Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Starke Men In Opening Session Registration Books OpenOpening

Are Murder Freed Case In 70 Berry Growers Hear : Guns Are FiredAs

Trends For 63-64 SeasonOver t. .

Jacksonville police have released g' r -- Election Near#
two Starke men held I City
.- 70 growers were pres-r their soil has adequate calcium -
In connection with the July .'R1-
UV ent Monday night, July 29, to insure that plants -
10 death of Elmer F. Sampson, --- -- -

18, of Starke after results of I- I --. F* 4' at"opening the fairgrounds session" of the for 1963-the Ii can best utilize other soil ("",'.-.,..:--.>..:...-'.-" -'-...,...,.,-" "'....'t-.,< ... ,i Opening guns in Starke's upcoming; September 10

an autopsy were revealed, accordIng 64 Strawberry Season to find elements, and. third is to ..'"'.. --------,, ;":t';;;;'," :,,\'S14 : city election were fired this week Mayor Randal
to Bradford Sheriff P. check for the proper amount .,, : '. ', William F. Bill
out just what they can expect 1'F:.,"...'.... ., ., Chitty and Chief of Police ( ) Rosser
D. Reddish. of magnesium.In .. '!..q.( r
of Bradford's most mon ;..; .."... "" announced for re-election. ,
Shirley D. Carter, 32, charg- ey-making crop. .. growing berries Marvel t';.:, ,". This is "the big year" with a full slate of city of-
ed with murder In the beat- said unit cost not unit ,
Besides hearing the expected priceat ,..... ,'" ficials to be elected including the mayor, chief of
ing of Sampson on the nightof the market, is the thing ,.-
trends for 'the coming sea- police, city clerk, and two councilmen. Everything will
June 21 inflicting severe that determines whether or
son the growers also elected three councilmen who "the
head injuries and Wesley not a grower makes money. be on the ticket except run

Thomas, 31, who Jacksonville among themselves- a nine- Marvel also said that FlorIda off year." All terms are for two years.
member Market'Advisory
police identifed of Mayor Chitty paid his Qualifying -:
as one can expect more competItion -
'f- r- ; Committee to assist Market
two men who came to Jacksonville V' from other states next fee last Friday seeking
f wJ Manager J. R. Wainwright in
with Sampson the year especially Louisiana re-election to the office in
setting policy. Three membersof
I night he was beaten. were where a severe shortage of which he is now completinghis 'I
the committee will be replaced -
both released when the autopsy each plants curtailed production first term. He was elected .s.--'_ -'
report showed the blows to 'year. last season. mayor by 30 votes in 1961 I -

the head from which Sampson -- .. ; Elected to serve three yearson Dr. Sal Lacassio also told' over former Mayor W. T. [Billy -
-- -------'-- the committee Wade
died: on July: 10 were less : ::: ; '- were the ] Jackson 797-767. _
11.&r"Irrlde and pleasure reflected fares Starke's Dixie Youth Baseball team and Gaskins Luther m1Ua.rci'] growers of three new varieties The .33-year-old mayor an Ii
than 48 hours old. of
berry plants,
upon their return last Saturday after winning the district tournament in Brook Leaton Morgan: two years: employee of the DuPont Company -
Carter Starke _ _
a taxicab break
Edwin Starling Pete Wainwright Fresno [ a California
: ville. Trophy Is shown at center of photo. Pleased coaches are Harold Davis at left, andI ,. had previously served
driver had been charged with i and .
I and Pete Griffis: one plant] Torrey, which show
murder I Jimmy Rowe at right. ; 7f'Mayor two terms as a member of the
and Thomas beIng \
was year: Carl Prevatt, Ned Cole- much promise. But, he said; .
__ first
City Council He was T-- :
held on a vagrancy charge. neither variety is ready to u
man, and N. G. Hayes Jr.
elected to the council in 1957to I
The Bradford County Sheriff's Champs Head For State The growers, also learned completely replace Florida-90. Chitty ;
fill the term of '
Department, Reddish said, is' from. Mason Marvel, associ- I Gerald. Foster,. a representative unexpired -, -
I Randal Joe Andrews who resigned -
running an investigation of ate i of, the Kilgore Seed Company Mayor Chitty an-
vegetable specialistwith
Its own into the death. Starke All-Stars Win the Agriculture Extension spoke to the group a- nounces for his'-second. term. when he moved from Starke. .
Chitty then beat George Flynn tt
Chief County Criminal Investigator i Service, who spoke on "Trendsfor bout the control of nematods, .
811-702 for full
a two-year -
TriestBids -
J. C. Patrick said I 1964" that berry acreage a considerable problem in '
term in 1958, but was defeatedby .
Sampson walked up to a i has shifted to the lower partof Bradford County and the : '

Herkscher Drive service sta- Dixie District Tourney the state and is now con- 'methods of soil fumigation.One Low On SchoolConstruction Hurst present in Councilman 1960 707-550 Carl, a

tion June 22 and told the attendant of the main speakerswas
centrated in Dade Couney a- margin of 157 votes. The following -
he had been beaten round Homestead. Prices were W. O. Whittle, chief of .
I year he ran for mayor
and robbed. The victim suf- Superb pitching and key for Monday, August 5, at 6 Brooksvill 4-1 behind the not as good as in 1961-62: all State Farmer's Markets, iI I i and was elected.
fered a head injury and a who invited to the meet-
hits by Starke's All-Stars p.m. CST. two-hit pitching of Adams. something which was borne was Triest Construction Comp- Police Chief Rosser, who is

black eye, Patrick said, and carried them to the championship Rain dampened the BrookS- The Starke ace struck out out in Bradford County, but ing by County Agent George any of Keystone Heights was completing his first two years
was treated at a local hospi- Whittle said the S
tal. of the Dixie Youth District ville playing field last Monday only three batters while Issuing the highest yields in historyof I i. low bidder .at $76,211 to build in office announced Tuesday
At the time, the only : Starke Market isone of 18 hi
n Tournament in night but not the local All- four walks but had the state were recorded, four classrooms and a libraryat that he would seek reelection.He .
thing he told police was, 'The the state and valued at Lc
Brooksville last week in three Stars' spirit as they came things well under control Marvel said. Unit prices dId- was South side Elementary was elected in 1961 in a
cab driver at Starke as
can tell 75700.86 in 1955 the latest
straight wins. through in true form to defeat he hurled a no-hitter for four n't fall to much consideringthe School and two classrooms at close race with former Chief l_ T.y=u
you who did this to me. figure available.
As district champions the San Antonio 11-2 with complete innings before givingup I I increased production, he I-UE High School in Reno Riley Sweat who ,was' bed-
Sampson returned to his job Cijief Rosser
Starke team will go to Pensa- Bill Adams hurling the first of Whittle also said the state Supt. Harmon, Morgan an- ridden and ill and who died
at said.Yields
B. T.
Thomas' sawmill but a single in the fifth and s
cola this Sunday morning, two wins. Adams had difficulty here were not record received an income of $8,- nounced this week. shortly after the election. Ina (Chief of Police William (Bill)
admitted the sixth.
was to Veterans double in the Gary
I with the small mound at ones but over the entire state 451.14 from the market last field of four Rosser polled
August 4. participate in the The rooms will not be readyby Rosser announces for reelection. -
Administration Hospital i Hamilton had two hits for
n': State Tournament. Starke's first but changed his pitching more berries were sold, 15- year but it cost $10.082 to the time school begins 553 votes to Sweat's_ 517. .
Lake City several days later Starke and Adams gave him- I .
and went on to limit 000,000 pounds on' 2.200'acres.. run. The loss of 1626. he
style City Clerc Merrill
Sept. 3, according to SUPt. Edwards
and died July 10, Patrick'said.. first game in the double elimination self ,a boost with a single. ,
Investigation b y Duval tourney is scheduled San Antonio to five h1t Richard Williams and Charles than any year since 1949. This said,,was caused by work doneon : Morgan but the students will expected to announce soon for I: E. Clark with 398. In the

while striking out 10. Richard 51 compares to an average of the cooler room which are be transferred from buildings re-election is completing his 1957 election she was the top
County detectives led to the [Continued on Page
July 17 arrest of Thomas as Williams had two hits for only 9,000,000 pounds for the now in better.shape than ever. i at Stare. Elementary and second term. He first gainedthe candidate- in the field with

one of two men who were Public Warned Starke.' ,--- three 'previous years to last The cooler space was. en Bradford High mid-term.. post in 1959 after former 716.votes, and since ,then has
.Mike Crawford took over season. Marvel said. larged and renovated "Simply ..1t will be at least 90 days be- city clerk Carl Johns retiredby been unopposed.
with Sampson the night he
I I the pitching duties Wednesday N. C. Firm Gets$1,8OOOO Thespecialist predicted that because we hacflfalt1jn: the. : be defeating Cliff Hazen !
jfgre room can 1,152- Councilman
4 Veteran -
was beaten and robbed. Seek ,Of New .. *. Doyle,._>
Phony'I .,, <
ing Carter'as the second suspect -1 night-T nd- limited :Brooksville Job' hext'"seasorr'strawberry "acre- people of- .BradfordCtounty; completed, "the superintendent. 42ff. Edwards had *ch ne 1g d!: of three terms on the

A the detectives learned he j to, six hits while fanning nineas age in the state will jump 300 Whittle told the growers. said.An I. Johns in 1957 but was defeat'ed J I board who has also served as

had left town and traced him Sales RacketThe Starke edged by 6-4. Craw- acres to 2,500; a res and that a increase in the county-of in his first bid for the office chairman, was first elected In

to Battle Creek :Michigan ford gave up one home run. Paving U. S. 301 yield:of 15600.000 pounds of Social SecurityA 136 students over last year by two votes 752-750. 1957 when he was second man

from where he was arrested Starke-Bradford, Coun- Starke collected its six runs' fruit will be harvested, an necessitated the six new class- Terms of both of Starke's In the group of four behind

and returned to Jacksonville ty Chamber of Commerce in on only] four hits as Bill I. Dickerson Inc. of Monroe, increase of, 600.000 pounds. representative of the rooms, Morgan said. Approx- veteran councilman,Mrs. Ruby Mrs. Johns with 637 votes. In

Both Carter and Thomas admitted a warning to the public, has I Adams and Danny Griffis had N. C. was low bidder at $1862,599.15 ,- I Marvel also impressed upon Gainesville Social Security office imately 180 students will be Johns and J. D. Doyle are 1958 the city passed legislation -

accompanying Sampson I turned the spotlight on a vicious two safeties each. The locals four-laning 8.03 the :growers the importanceof is in Starke at the Department transferred to the new rooms expiring this year. Chairman establishing the present

to Jacksonville, Investi- I new racket now being, scored three times in the bottom miles of U.s.on 301 between .I testing .in obtaining of Public Welfare when they are complete to Johns [Group 41. who has five groups so that challenge

gator Patrick said. used to defraud Americans of of the second, two in the maximum utilization of fertilizers office at 9:30: am. every Fri- give more room at the high served the longest of any pres- ers would run against Individual -

hard-earned dollars. i fourth and one In the fifth. I'I'i Baldwin and Maxvffle. Bids and soil nutrients and day. Persons who desire to school. Bradford County next ent council member I* a vet- councilmen.

I i iI were taken on June 25, and maximum of ber make applications for social will have enrollment
Perhaps you may have received The local All-Stars came on. thus yields term an eran of eight years on the Under the new ruling Doyle
GuardsmenAt through the mails recently -I Friday night to win the district the contract awarded last ries. He ;told them ,the most security retirement of survivors of approximately 3,800 stu board. She was first electedin beat James Lewis 843-606 In

a n official-looking,. title by again downing week.The important thing in berry grow- benefits, secure social security dents. 1955 under the old group 1959. He also defeated two

CampThe I contractor was given -.isttoivdeteimine-whether account numbers, or get Construction at Southside system and was the second
"public notice" circular announcing challengers in 1961 when he
I that suchandsucha 350 working days to complete i their soil is too alkaline or too i any other social security information will cost $58,737 and the two man in a field containing polled 592 votes, 267 more

main body of the 622nd, firm "must liquidate." The I I the project. Work of clearing I acid [soil testing and that, I are invited to seea classrooms at RJE. $17,474, eight men polling 378 votes, than Fred Snell who polled

I the right-of-way, moving second they should be sure representative at this time." Morgan said. twenty less than the leader
Ordnance Co. {GSI], local unIt notice headings are similar in iLL1. j I -- -- 325 while Jim Silcox trailed

of the Florida National style to legal notices and auction j I buildings, etc. is already under -I with 251.

I Guard, left Saturday morn- and bankruptcy an- | way. I No Office Funds Limit Defender's Effectivenessthey Deadline for' qualifying

ing for the 15-day an- nouncements. The implicationis Three other bids were received I candidates is Tuesday, August

nual encampment at Fort that the merchandise is being '8' on the project I 20.

Stewart, Ga. An advance detachment sacrificed at a fraction of White Construction Co. of Refused operating funds were not represented by Registration books will be

left two days earlierto its worth to satisfy the claimsof Chiefland was second low with for his office by every countybut counsel and did not sign a open at the city hall until 12

prepare for arrival of the creditors. 1867870.41; San Marco Construction his home one of Bradford waiver of counsel, their noon Saturday. August 24.

main body. I Chamber president Jerome I Co. of St. Augustinebid R. A. [BuzzFl Green Jr. -, convictions will be set aside I

Making the trip with the j Johns says that he has receiv- of Starke newly appointed and new trials ordered.I Rotary Given Lie

local unit are 132 enlisted I cd at least two of these circulars 1887050.97; and Hou- public defender of the Eighth Counties that have officially -

men, tour Warrant Officers,I' through the mall in daille-Duval Co. of Jacksonville Judicial Circuit, has settled refused Green's budget request -J Detector Test

and four commissioned offic-! recent weeks. "Actually, this is bid 229476956. down to whittle out a "moun Include Alachua, which

ers. An additional: 15 men of I just a trick to hoodwink the : tain" of legal work with just was asked for 9295.32 and I Perry Ivie, an investigator
with the Florida Sheriffs Bureau
the unit are currently on six: public," he says. his own pencil. : Gilchrist, which was asked for

months active duty training at I In a typical example, the I ApplicationsAccepted Green thus far has been $359.26. gave an interesting demonstration
of the polygraph
Port Jackson. S. C. mailing states that several granted only 11 per cent of Baker and Levy counties,
This is the largest numberof tons of brand new cookware ; Now the $14,200 he requested of which were asked for $924.42 machine file detector] at the

personnel that the local with a "list price" of $199.50 i the circuit's six counties to and 1300.72 respectively] !I Rotary Club meeting Wednes

Guard unit has ever had attending must be sacrificed for $35, for P. 0. Jobs run his office. The Bradford have taken no official actionon day.Using
L. S. Swan assistant
camp. The strength of supposedly to satisfy creditors' County Commission has a-: the matter but indicationsare I ,
warden of the Florida State
the unit was increased when claims. now being greed to contribute its pro that they will follow the i
Applications are
Co. C {Starke and Co. B "This same merchandise is accepted for the Civil Service rata share of 1562. The oth- example of the largest coun- Prison, as his "victimMr..
Ivie showed how the machine
[Blandingl were consolidatedinto being sold throughout the examination for the positionof er ,five counties have either ty, Alachua. registered changes in respiration

the 622nd Ordnance country in large volume for fireman-laborer at the refused Green's request or left Union County commission
blood and
when the Florida Guard was $35 by means of this deceptive tarke office.Appointment their contributions: contingentupon ers have budgeted their other pressure
post physical characteristicswhen
reorganized last year. gimmick,"Johns said,not- whether or not the rest 5 $758.28 but with the proviso
to this job the person to whom it
ling that the list price of of the counties contribute. that the money will be forthcoming
will be a "career appoint- is attached tells a lie.
FOLLOWThe $199.50 is wholly fictitious. Without the necessary operating / -" if all the other counties -i .
ment" and the first year will I The speaker said that although
Dixie Youth One legitimate dealer who ; funds for his office ...:: _: contribute their share.
: : --- results of the poly
Ca- -- --
!. sells the identical cookware set be a probational period. Green is left to face an apal- Green has already begun Investigations -

Baseball LeagueState for around $25, reports that j- reer appointments' become- per-' ling case load all by himself. Minus\ funds to operate his office new appointed into several of the graph are not admdssable as

: he purchases the sets directly ; Lots 01Snake I manent on satisfactory_ completion .His job, as laid out by the Public Defender R. A. (Buzzy) Green says "I'll do the Gideon cases from the state mutual evidence consent in court of the without
I prosecution
Tournament I from the manufacturer for of the probationary 1963 I.egisla'ture15 to provide best I know how regardless. prison and says 111 do the '
and the defense
] it
Starting Monday $15. I period.: The job pays $4.230 a legal counsel in non-capital best job I can regardless of
sary travel expenses. The act, who claim they not plays an important part in
son were
: Other fradulent methods, as criminal cases for all persons i whether I get any expense

Special Bulletins recently exposed by the National I year.Applicants will not be reQuired not financially able to pay however gave the counties I represented by legal counselat money." But he faces an Insurmountable pre-trial Investigations. The
Six feet and four inches of "permission" to contribute to the time of their convictions criminal often confesses his
Will Be PostedAt Better Business Bu- to take'a written test, for their own legal services.A task If he must
guilt he has been shown
icau, include the sale of cook- pure rattlesnake are held aloft but will be rated on the basisof letter of refusal from the the operating expenses of the do all his own investigativework

The CommunityState ware from a hotel suite for a'' by David Woodington of experience and training. Alachua County Commission public defender. Both judges of the Eighth all the typing and draw evidence on the machine that

Bank few days by hit-and-run sal-1 Worthington Springs, who killed Applications will be accepted suggested that Green "applyto Green estimates he will Circuit, Patten and Judge up an the legal papers his he is lying. the speaker said.

Each Day esmen who claim to be disposing -' the giant specimen last until Aug. 8, 1963 the proper state agency"for have to handle about 80 per John A. H. Murphree have work requires. plus taking al Fair '

At 8:30 A. M. of their goods at a Thursday afternoon in a barrow Postal employees are entitled needed funds. The think- cent of all the cases processed endorsed the idea of a public the several hundred cases he AssociationTo

Giving InformationOn sacrifice because their companies pit near B & G Truck I to liberal employee bene- ing of the county commissioners -i by State's Attorney T. E. defender and have pointed out win probably be loaded with Meet Aug. 7

Scores & SchedulesThis are no longer selling by Stop tLS. 301 South. in the Eighth Circuit,I [Ted! Duncan. Last year,Duncan the need of such an office in I to the courts for trials.

means of home demonstrations : Woodington is chief of a fits, including! paid vacations and in'others over the state,t filed 482 criminal infor- the light of the State Supreme I Judge Patten, in a letter to The Bradford County Fair
sick leave with -
'f. j survey 'crew working with the retirement pay.system an and excellent I apparently is that since the mations. Guilty pleas were Court decision in the, the Alachua County Commission Association will meet Wed-

Space Contributed ,: Another gimmick reQuires I Starke field office of the State public defender job was createdby'thektate.tt entered by the defendants In recent Gideon case. 'i said, "I cannot emphasize nesday night, Ang 7, ,at 80.
the promoter to dupe a ware Road Department and killed are eligible for low-cost group I should be _314 of these cases.' And Dun-: The decision says in effect toe strongly the need for I 'clock at the Fair Grounds.

Weekly to Publicize house or freight carriers into the snake, complete with 13 life insurance. financed entirely with state can said the case load of his that all defendants have the an effective public defenderin -

publishing a n ad offering I rattles by wielding nothing Further information and: funds. office is increasing every! right to legal counsel even if representing i n d igents CORRECTION

L Community Events by cookware at an alleged bargain more" deadly. than a persimmon -I application forms may be obtained The 1963 Legislature created year. they plead guilty to crimes charged In criminal cases. 1 Ifllastweek'slssueItwas

The I price because it is "un- I tree limb. from the Starke postmaster the post of public defender And. according to Eighth with which they are charged. do not believe that the job can i stated that Mr.and Mrs. D.

CommunityState claimed freight." Folks who just naturally or from the Executive in the judicial circuits of Circuit Judge George L. Pat-: According to the judges there be accomplished without the' R. Devrick had purchased the

I All such offers should: be don't like rattlesnakes can Secretary. Board of U.s. the state. The creative act ten of Starke, Green also faces are approximately 100 ',such defender being assisted In I 1 former Bradford Building

Bank I thoroughly investigated before breathe a sigh of relief that Civil Service Examiners, U5. provided salaries for the public around 100 so-called Gideon cases pending in .the Raiford some measure by the six counties -: ,Supplies from Mr. and Mrs. J.

any money Is paid out the this monster is-out of circu- Post Office, Room 100 Federal defenders but included no cases. These involve in- State' Prison. :1! the judges of this circuit! First and: T. Quigley. The purchase was

.1 I Chamber of Commerce warns* lation.- -",- Building, Tampa 3, Fla. operating funds, except neces-, mates at Raiford State Pri- find- that. .these>rristr inmates- -%y--claim....-.- [Continued on Page 51 made from Quigley! t Davl&kU"


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\r.p. TWO _, BRADFORD om'1't. Tri GtiAPIf.YST n"t ; FfxiitIDA' > v THtRSDATV AUG. I. 1B8J

Mr. and :Mrs. Lacy Green'f- of I I,.I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mootyj I II I Mrs. R. A. Thomas returned I Driver TrainingLaw Owners -.1 ished free.Required.

'I' Jacksonville visited his brother ;,of Deland were Tuesday afternoon i Sunday from two weeks' visitin : og also by the eradication -

Willie Green and family visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I Winter Park with- her Requirement. 30 Days I, program are cooking of

I' and sister, Mrs. G. W. Burner -,Harry Mooty. I daughter Mrs. Charles Fowler Is Announced \'' Vaccinate all garbage fed: to hogs, and
last I I :Mike Jones of Jacksonville and'lIr I i
Wednesday.Mrs. Fowler.; I i i prompt reporting of any sick

Bill Parks of Atlanta, !!spent Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Merrill Edwards visited According to a new driver I I Commissioner of Agriculture Logs. .

t GLADYS MOOTY -, 64-OM1 i Ga. was the Saturday guestof ;iwith his aunt.. Mrs. W. E. Mid- her sister, Mrs. James Kin- I education requirement made Conner's office has is- For. complete .information

_- PRQNIE Mrs. Effie Johns. I'Idleton. chen in Jacksonville on Tues-. 1! law effective July 1, 1963 by i, a reminder to hog owners on the hog cholera eradication
Mrs. Gladys Harrington has Mr. and Mrs L. D. 1:
44 Viningwere : day. hog owners are
I : the Florida Legislature applicants they have only 30 days : program. urged -
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sanders Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill were 'been attending several bridal i'' in Valdosta, Ga. Sunday !I Mrs. W. H. Ford of Cocoa, I under 18 years of age :' I 1 I before cholera vaccina-;i to contact their county or
are moving ,to Stuart this visiting their son-in-law and parties in the past month honoring visiting Mrs. J. W. Timmerman. a' i iI local hog cholera committee
I and Mrs. J. H. Fields of i, must successfully complete j i regulations governing
week where ,Mrs- Sanders will'' daughter Mr. and Mrs. Oscar j : her future daughterinlaw. Starke visitej Mr. and Mrs. :' course in driver education to j I of swine in Florida county agricultural agent.

icach in the third, grade and Hendrix Jr. ani sons in Miss Mary Jo Pabst. fiancee -i i :Mr. and Mrs Dick Sieffer- Tate Powell Sr. in Macclenny receive an operator's license I II' I ; effective. i Farm Bureau office, veterinarian -

4' Mr. Sanders will be connected Statesboro Ga. last week. I' of Marion Harrington |man of Tampa spent Satur- on Sunday.Dr. I' or have his parents sign a' |I' "After August 31, 1963," : or area livestock inspector
1 with Flowers Inc. The Intermediate G.A/S of 'whose marriage will be an iday to Tuesday with Mr. and I ;> waiver assuming responsibility .
I'event 17. Parties this and Mrs. J. E.. Denmark said "no hog may bet
of Aug. \ Williams. ,
I Mrs. Edward Burns and the :Madison Street Baptist '1rs.erritt for him. > i! t.
I Mrs. H. H. Adams of the Wel- ': Church had a "Forward Step" week included a breakfast last I :Mrs. F. W. Strickland, Mrs. entertained at a reunion of : According to the announce- i a ,i : in Florida from farm :
I Saturday given by Mrs. JohnT. and Mrs. N. P. Mrs. Denmark's family on farm. or through stock-I Cash Paid for Good, Clean
Tare Board attended the District -| study and spend the night [ i Clarion Moyer, ment issued by the county' I '
Five meeting in Green I' : Brinson and :Mrs. Sam LJ Riceardi and children spent Sunday at Kingsley Lake. A- and livestock
at last
party the pastorium [ judge's office Wednesday, July -I unless it has Rays.: No Khakis or Wool. All
Cove Springs Tuesday. I Thursday night. I Smith in Jacksonville; a luncheon I|[.last Thursday at the Okefeno- I mong the 20 members attend- 17, this driver education requirement chol-'

Mrs. Lois Moore visited Mr. Mrs T. D. Dyal visited her ; ':Monday given,, by Mrs. (kee Swamp Park, Ga. and ing were Mr. and Mrs. Jack does not changethe j vaccinated against Cotton. Bring to Telegraph
I I I at least 21 days prior to1
I I James W. Walker in Jacksonville Mahoney and family of Peb- 1 ,
and Mrs. S. C. Mitchell and sister-in-law Mrs. V. G. Hil-! ,i.Fernandina Beach. usual procedure for those ;

family at Atlantic Beach last :iard. in Trilby from Monday I;II. and a linen shower at i, Mrs. Bill Bigham, Mrs. Jim II III I ble Beach Calif., and Mrs. under '18 years of age applying I j. j I I' -. -

Friday and Saturday. to Wednesday. the home of Mrs.\ R. H. H. 'Temple, Jane Adams, Elaine Kie Alderman of Jacksonville. for a restricted operator's Iiet1se. "Hogs passing through i I!
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Homer Badgett :Blackwell at Atlantic Beach I|Strickland, Maria Moore, Vic- Miss Martha H ynes and \: i i and livestock mar-I'j j c1) Tests

of Ral igh..jl. C. 'ate i i cf Lake Worth spent several ion Thursday evening. jkie Struth, Phyllis Darby Miss Ada: Hart of Winter Haven A driver's license applicant !, which have not been vac- I $ '

renting the Dr. -Blrry house --aays last week with their son I Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathews :Marion Green, Martha Boilinger j were overnight guests last under 18 of must be. against cholera ati:"I Aids-
years age
at 1372 Blanding Street. Mr. :' and family, Rev. and Mrs. Bob I and son, Bo, will be Vacation- Linda Kay Holton and Thursday of Mrs. Bertha accompanied by both parentsor 1 21 days prior thereto j
next week in Cordele, Ga. Bigham are spending : be sold only for immedi- ]
Sanders is the Badgett.Mrs. Patty Pearce. '
new manager ling the application must be':
I '' /tccessories&
at Big Dad Mfg Co. The Bar-' Edward Bagwell and relatives. (!Tuesday to Thursday at Day- Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- signed and notarized prior to; slaughter. i iVaccination :il

jys are spending the sunnncK son. David, of St. Petersburg !' Local admittances to Bradford I jtona Beach. comb'and: 'son;: Ch'uckHere; m making the application ani: a !;1 j of all pigs SI;:

at their Kingsley Lake home. :;:I came up to visit their in-laws, County Hospital this wee Miss Della Rosenberg attended Orlando Sundayattendmg'the. birth certificate or school record ;1 i Ii i' to help wipe out cholera, j IIi !

Mrs. Curtis Edwards and Mr:.. and Mrs. Don Bagwell fora included: Mrs.\ Shirley Kersey, the BPW National Convention Kewcomb family reunion. must be presented as i the State-Federal erad- [Gainesville Hearing Aid Co.

daughters of Fort Lauderdale day two weeks ago, and Mrs. Minnie\ Lou Patray, :Mr. I in Dallas, Texas last Sharon Noegel' is in Fort: proof of age. j 'i program now in pro- i 632 X. W. 13th St.

are visiting her parents. Mr. IvIrs. ;B*swell got sick and was and Mrs. Austin Smith, Mrs. I Week. Miss Rosenberg is sec Lauderdale for two weeks visiting -! No person under 16 years of i: throughout the state. I

and Mrs. E. C. Dukes for two confirijMNn Doctor's Hospital Betty Joyce Fennell,. and Mrs. orid vice-president of the Flori- ; her uncle and aunt, Mr. age may take the driving test I I GRAPH.'H and vaccine are furn- !I LOCATED IX THE

weeks while Mr. Edwards is I, lorthejMJfJfjyeeks. She was released -'I Janet Roper, all of Starke; da Federation BPW and wasa I,and Mrs. W. B. Whatley. 1 and no person under '14 year 'iIs j I [DEKDA MUSIC BUILDING

:at .the National Guard camp. : Safunfoiy; from the hospital Mrs. Murlie\ Mae Crews of delegate of the local club. I William C. Smith of Bogota ;1 of age is eligible to take the i
ItfrsW.. Haile has \ Lake Butler and Dillard Juddof Cookie Mathews and Becky i j 1 1I
G returned -!' ? and "preyed to go home I Colombia arrived home this ;! written examination. 1i I a.
: from a two weeks' visit Keystone.Dr. Dinkins are attending the :,
i when. her sOn Ettyid, fell out "
\ : I week for a month's visit with Expiration and Renewal t THOSE HORRID ,
with relatives in Atlanta Rut- Mrs.\ T. G. Ritch and music at' i i
| of a tree and bro%.his arm and and twirling camp his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. I i. All Florida driver licenses. ;
ledge and Social Circle. Ga. "and he is confinedJu Doc- family have returned from ten the Austin Peay Stata College i
F. Smith S! j under present state law, ex- I : i AGE SPQTStFADETHEMOUT
She was accompanied by Mr. tor's Hospital. Mrs. Bagft&l re- days vacation in North Caro- Clarksville, Tenn. for two I ,
is his pire at 12'o- j
I I Benjy Moxley. visiting i every :years ,
and Mrs J. S- Adair and Airs.: r fumed' to her home o\\ unMark lina and Virginia. weeks. Cookie is serving as ,1 I I '
... grandparents Mr. and.Airs. D. clock midnight on the last
James Wilburn of West Palm : clay. .oj Patients in Doctor's Hospital twirling instructor. I I II I .
Moxley in Alidville. Ga. for day of each licensee's birth : I .
I I /
Beach. !I Crawford, Buddy Pat- this week include: Mrs. Jimmy Lawson and Richard\ several weeks. I. month. II ,' '

Mrs. J. M. Vickers and : crson: Lynn Green and, Carolyn Mary Kopnicky, Mrs. Anna Scott will attend the. music '
I Persons born In odd /2
Mrs. J. R. Bolick of Lewis- an \
: three daughters of Waycross, Crews. spent last week at Leighbold, David Bagwell and camp at Austin Peay State numbered will be issued ( I II ... ,
ton. Idaho is spending several[ year
I I ,
4 Allen College Clarksville, Tenn. next ( I '
Courson. '
S Ga. will be weekend guests of, vamp) Montgomery.Mr. I .
months with her sister Mrs. a license which will expire 311 : .
: the Dr. Adams family at and Mrs. E. R. Chambers Miss ,Gloria Johns of Jack
week.Mrs. Jesse Newsome, and Air. New- The last day' of the licensec'sbirth :
sonville the past ten Fred Leonhard o? '
S liingsley Lake. of the State Farm hadas spent{
1 month in 'the next odd :
: Stevie Simmons of Miami is guests last week Mr. andMrs. days with Mrs. Carrie Ritch Starke and Mrs. Morris Jack-i i[ soms.I I I

: visiting John Adams. :, V. E. Morris and children and Miss Annie Darby. son of Ocala were in St. Petersburg -I Anne Terwillegar and Susan. i'ir.numbered year.'numbered A person born i, iI I i iI I lei- .
an even -
: Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Carolyn .of Lynwood, Calif. Mike Mrs. N. T. Ritch: son, Buster las$ Thursday and I Seigler will return Saturdayafter year this question: '\Vpjtheied bronn spots I.
I I two weeks at Girl Scout; i i will be issued a license which ;, I Ii i m the surface of your
Redgrave Mrs. Shame ; I and daughterDiane, of Friday visiting their cousin
Chambers] returned with them
hands and face tell the world
I Chowenwaw Green Cove \\ill expire on the last day ol i you'regetting
Gerle, and Mr. and Mrs. M. I for a month's visit. Hialeah are spending two Mrs. Warner, Hoopes, who is !!Camp I: I | old-perhaps before you really
I month
the licensee's birth in
to in-!
!I i I we stopped > ,
Fade<< them with
aie new
C Well visited Six Gun Territory -, Relatives visiting Mr. and weeks with her parents, Mr. ill.! away
the next even'numbered year. I someone' ESOTERICA that medicated cream
at motel
and: Silver Springs on Mrs. Raiford Brannen last and Mrs. Floyd Green and Mr. and Mrs. John Manning i I Tina and Gene Mathews of License renewal is made : ( a that breaks up masses: of pigment on

Sunday. i)i weekend were Mr. and Mrs. other relatives.Mrs. spent the weekend with :Mr.1 Gainesville will spent the 1. off with our cameras, the skin. makes hands look whit and L
time during each licensee'sbirth :,
any .
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Davis i E. S. Gainey of Plant City George Jones and children and Mrs. Joe Manning at Daytona weekend with their grandparents -| and hunting equip- ;; young again. Equally effective on the
j i I ; month. If a driver's II- i face neck and arms. Not a cover-up
nre on a week's vacation in|'I j I Airs. Mary Louise Henderson of Jacksonville are spend- Beach. I Mr. and Mrs. Gad Mat- cense is allowed to expire it 1: I know that our : Acts in the s>kin-not on it. Fragrant ,II)j

New Orleans and Mississippi. I, of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ing this week with :Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Glenn: hews, j still be renewed time Policy covers I greaseless base for softening,lubricating -
;nay any
kin it clears those blemI
as '
.: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs : Raulerson of Okeechobee, :Mr. Mrs. Clyde Priest. and Cora and Mrs. Fred I I Miss Cindy Smith of Dublin, I within 11 months after the I' ( of belongings on trips i i I lilies. At leading drug up and toiletry,'I

and family of Decatur Ga. and :Mrs. L. A. Mintz and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Dewey Warren Glenn Jr. spent Sunday with :,Ga. is visiting Hiss Dee Walters -;I expiration date without an but from an unlocked I counters.S2 plus tax. If you hate these' II

spent the '"eekend with Mr. Toleida Crosby of Jackson- and son. Phil, of Savannah, :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mullin at ;, for a week. i ?" ;.ige-ieveallng brown spots. blotch; *
examination ad-
by paying an j 01 if YOU want clearer lighter skin
and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and ville. Ga. spent the first of the, week Fernandina.Miss !i I ditional delinquent fee of $1. I U5C ESOTERICA all Drug Stoics-1
are spending the week at the Mrs. Alice McIntosh visited here with relatives and attended Linda Kay Sale spent i Only exception to this rule is ;, Charley E. Johns
the funeral of Mr. Warren's the weekend with Miss Judy;!, I
Sandbacli: cottage on Kingsley her sisters Mrs. N. R. Hines
with restricted licenses. -I
A Lake. and Mrs. Sally Thomas in I mother, :Mrs. Florence Warren Anderson at FSU, Tallahassee.Mrs. SERVICEAXD MEN :; ; Agency MITCHELL'SDRUG

'? Mrs. Foster Hayes entered Live Oak last week. on Wednesday afternoon. M. R. Judd and daughter I : PHONE 964-0121

I Alachua General H o spital Visitors this week of Mr. 11 r s. Theo Atchley of Suzanne, :Mrs. J. B. White WOMEN
Coast Guard 131 S. Walnut St.
I and Mrs. Pearl Edwards spent I
Tueday and Mrs. Raiford Brannen are Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. James W. i! their son-in-law and daughter t L. F. Smith Jr. and family the weekend at Cypress Gar- | Academy To Accept
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Roach and son, James, have I i>" ----- -- ., q --- ._--Ift_ -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson were last Wednesday dinner dens.Mr.
; moved from W. Washington I and children of St. Si I! guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. : and Mrs. Gus Bauman ;i, {!College Scores i r -

Street to Alterson W. Va. mon's Island r of Hollywood were overnight''I Ii TTiLft
Ga. Smith Sr.' i ---
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For the first time in its history -
--- guests Wednesday of Mr. and I John D. Fuquay 18. son of I
'.- '. -. ... I a military academy is al-
Mrs. F,,,H. Kramer. Mtt and Mrs. John Fuquay of II
; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Geng of' Route 1. Starke "is u undergoing ,i' lowing high school graduates
to the attain I
I Bradenton 'were weekend./ nine weeks basic training at' scores
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al the Naval Training" Center, i: on the standard college entrance I _

Hartmann.Mrs. Great Lakes, 111. i: examination for appli-
I i:'. + t IJU, : I cation for appointment.The .
1,. O. Hazen was visit-
ing her sister Mrs. Alta As- U. S. Coast Guard 1.I i.. H -fl---

hurst, in Cocoa over the week- I switching from its service-ad- STRONG ROOMY
_end. Army Pfc. Robert R. Bradley I i ministered test to the college DELUXE
son of Mr. and Mrs.
| entrance examination board
Miss Barbara Green visited
i ,
S Mr. and Mrs. J., T. Taylor in ; Robert I. Bradley of Lawtey, test this fall.i3udents : ALL-STEEL
participated in a. massive I CABINETS
LJLL Palatka on Sunday. j taking the examination j
display missiles artil -
: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham with an eye to proceeding -

\\ have had as guests at Kings- I ery and. engineer's equipment with studies after high -,----

ley Lake Mr. and Mrs. M. I in Hanauv', Germany, school may have a copy of theI t I Hlrl'l your chant at lap lavingi\ thru a car.

!'$ aY .. B. Leavell and! family of Jack- i June 25, in honor of President results sent to the Coast Guard i load purchaser SAVE $2 la $5 on Your ChoicilHtovy I
John T.Kennedy's visit ,I guoga tt.el with while baked-on .no".1 l
sonville on Sunday, and Dr.I and may receive an offer of IF) finish. .
to that city last week. F ,
and Mrs. C. Owensby and I i j." an appointment to the Coast I OVER-SINK CABINETS
1 I' family of Kansas City :Mo. Bradley' a driver in Corn- Guard Academy at New Lon- ,

the first of the week. i pany A, 2nd Battalion 509th don, Conn. i I ," __.__ 42" OVER SINK) CABINET $1 395

I Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Slade ,: Infantry, 8th Division in Germany -,I i The academy, while similar 42" w.,. 25" h., I I" d. ...

.. attended the Southeastern entered the Army' in in almost every respect to the : 54" OVER SINK CABINET

Jurisdiction Methodist Lay-i,i April 1962. He completed.basic., other service academies does I 54" W., 24" H., 11"D. ... $1795
I training at Fort Gordon, Ga., : .
man's Conference at Lake !I not require a congressional

Junaluska, N. Cover the ;': and arrived overseas in. Sep- appointment. Candidates for J JI t 66" OVER-SINK CABINET $' 995,
j I tember 1962. I I I i 66" W., 24" H., 11" D. ...
weekend. They :were accompanied I;, appointment compete on a nationwide -
home by Mrs. W. S.J i The 21-year-old soldier is a scale and only the DELUXE METAL SINKS

Slade who spent the past two !;I 1961 graduate of Bradford top men, scholastically and 'I' 42" SINK .54 SINK 66" SINK

weeks at Waynesville, N. C. i; County High School. physically, are offered ap- '
I I I 42" wid., 36" t.igh; 54" widi, 36" high, 66" wid., 36" high.
Mrs. C. D. Williams; and pointments. 25" ,
dtp. 1 draw25"
cltep. 3 doon. 25" dtp. D llbl.
I [ I Mrs. Nelson Green attended i Donald C. Richie Previously the Coast Guard ., / I .r, 2 doort. 2 drawers drain, 4 doors, S
p the School of MIssions 'for the Seaman held Its own examinations drowW1.
I USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. C.I'
S I Wesleyan Service Guild in throughout the nation. This $6995 (
W. Richie, of Route 2 : / $7995 $10995.00
Starke '
.' Lakeland last Friday to Sun- year the service is using the ,
is serving aboard the
day. destroyer college entrance examination /

& ) 1 1 Miss Eugen1.' Ekard was a USS Hunt on. a 29-day board test results in lieu of /
goodwill cruise to : / .
\ Spain. The SM.E
youth delegate to the Methodist the service administered test. .
: \
'I 8 assignment is $ 1:
A in /
unique that
Women's Society Schoolof Young men interested in the DOwN
: : Missions in Lakeland, July Navy Reserves, normally ,un- : Coast Guard Academy and the STUtD't-JAUf.l

: 19-23. She was one of five dergo two weeks of active- duty opportunity to obtain a bachelor I. 10% Down,, cptt4TS\ nl,!

delegates from the Gainesville training instead of four., : of science degree and a I D,!iver Any : UT\t\n'\ \ I I
The Hunt and two other Sink'I r ,
district representing 75 I I commission as ensign upon : :! s'295
| destroyers' are carrying 'l'51G t
I I car- '
churches. "$ .I, graduation may write: CoastGuard : i t I \. oot".. deep .
Rev. and Mr '. D. Ross Dens- ;j j goes of clothing, books tools. Cadet Miami 32, Fla. I I \,4" wdSi; f

: low of Rivieri' Beach spent;,i toys and other goods forSpain's for application blanks. | ,I I, 63" ,,is''. ,9S I I ,

several days iast. week with. needy organizations Testing.must be accomplished : I : I 01 duP.1
I i i if the cruise is a success, the I ; IOual1'.OO ,\" '
I -
Rev. and Mrs/'John Brabham.1 I on Dec.. 7. 1963. and all applications I j I I[
.d/ Hank Grahamof I I; experiment in goodwill will must completed" '' I 24'W'I hiS". .
Midshipman. be i 1 63" uu'I !
establish '
a precedent for fu- :-c---i;
Ana polis. Md. is spending,I ture Reserve cruises. prior to that date. Young men' ) I ,,'11 t YO" 119b' ,! 4
a 45-day tew;: at his home I i j ji iho'are interested may Inquire DOWN : I I" "I dtotWI" '

here. He recently returned Immediately for proces- DELIVERS : : .. "
4 P.ERSONAl PROGRAMMING' ANYWHERE ; from a tour of Europe. i! Private Michael M. Gold-I sing. ANY I I I PORCELAIN TOP

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth and: wire, 22, son ,of Mr. and Mrs. 'j II CABINET :I. ._. % : __ BASE CABINETS. ,

;; . .IN OR OUT OF THE HOME' ". Mrs.son, Barry William, and E. Torode daughter.m, I:I: has Gilbert begun N. Goldwire his Basic of Combat Starke (MAYOR'S COURT. r! BASE OR .817 I"!"f--- -.',- .-- --, : :._____-_ 1 !il..1 Do3r16'IASE

I spent Saturday and Sunday at i I; Training at Fort Jackson. S. Mayor Randal'' Chitty has' METAl UTILITY CA'IINn $ I J ,' : : $13.951
11-inch of C.. where he has been assign- (Shown Above 2995 61.1 '
The screen this newest portable p Daytona Beach. i j shouldered a heavy case load { ) ) f

: from General: Electric! produces the brightest, I Reggie and Gray Flynn are I j ed to Company C, 6 Battalion in Starke Mayor's Court for'' on H.avy willIe guagc enamel mttcl I,, L Is' ij 2 24.Door USE ... $19.95
finithGlcm ; ,
2nd I ( .
Training Regiment, of the "
visiting their grandparents the past two weeks with 40'' '
: clearest picture inch for inch that GE has ever 5 U.s. : in d on. T drawer. u. i ;,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McAteer Army Training Center cases on the docket. I 27" wid., 12" deep, 6r' :' Orawrl
Overall size fits between bookshelves
r mqdel'! ; in Tampa. Infantry. i! Public ,intoxication charges high. .YBIASE ... $27.95

: takes little mpre table space than your phone Mrs. Lucfle Davis of Starke, f fi i-were the most numerous witn I' 1.00 Down Delivers 660" .

I book. Sound and controls 'are front-mounted.. and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. SmithJr. Airman 2-c Leo W. Griffis, 10, five persons were charged 24" WAU CABINET $9.95 '-.ow.rt .'

: Inside. arc GE's new "unitized", chassis and a I and .family of Paxton visited son of Mr. and Mrs. AncflGriffis with disorderly conduct by 30" WALL CABINET $12.95. '1' .. 4O1AtE... .",.,".."..., $39,9S

Mrs. It F. Hafer Jr. in !, of Starke, has beea'' ftgnting four with disorderly
circuit board with a lif -time warranty.
vTtrall diejvnel mtiszcmutBULL1IGTO \ Jacksonville last Thursday. 'I II named Outstanding Airman of conduct by fighting and disturbing ','

Recent guests of MrsLoui
I Belle- Parks} have been Mr. anil, Squadron at Klndley driving without a license, and I I Gibbs FurnitureDealer

|I Mrs. Morgan Mikell of Defray AKB in Bermuda. two each with reckless driving, 1

Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Airman Griffis a warehousing disorderly: conduct by use of

i i Lamb of West Palm Beach --specialist;was chosen for profane and iridescent language -

Appliances I and Mrs.' W. M. Parks 'and the honor in recognition o!' disorderly conduct and' For Badcock Furniture I

I I daughter of Atlanta. Ga. iAir. i his exemplary conduct and I disorderly conduct by disturbing '
and MrsGarl Mathews i iI performance of duty. He re- '' the peace. .

; < STREET PHONE 964-6551 I I were Saturday evening dinner!} cened. a $25 Saving Bond and, Single offenses were driving "Old Park Theatre Building?' ,
:100 .. : J guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Rj j & three-day pass for This a- while intoxicated disorderly ,
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.'- .. -' ,,vBreazeale in H gh.Springs. .t l cQievement. I-conduct by doing:bodily ha.nIJ.1 -- ....



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I\Miss Nancy BatesIs I Miscellaneous t 1 Children's Playet I ASC To AcceptNominations 'One Since Jan. 1 there have. ,: Recent. Birth:

Honored At Shower Given been 75 fires with 507.8 acres
: ForCommitteemen Reported
I II burned. as compared,with 156 Al-c and Mrs. Robert 1*
Jax Coke PartyOn For Miss HardyThe By Junior Women I Past fires and 1,3395 acres burned j
Cooper. or Siayton, Minn announce -
I during: the same period'last..t
I Saturday morning, July Starke Woman's Club i Mrs. Warren Winkler, Fine' the birth of a daughter,
I The Bradford County ASC With
;: GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 94-0651 26, from ten to twelve o'clock. was the setting for a.beautiful' irts chairman of the Junior Committee announced yester- Pnly one :[ year. Ursula Marie, on July 18. Pa-

( I -I- I Miss Lou Perry entertained at miscellaneous shower Tuesday ;oman's Club of Starke, an- !' day that nominating petitions four acres rt-1 j,i Rainfall recorded during tb.5 Iternal. grandparents are Mr,

'idSjjean Gentry Felix her Harvey Street home In evening honoring Miss Char- wunced yesterday that her I for ASC county committeemen ed by the Ser-i week ending Monday: New;and Mrs. C. L. Cooper of

I I SappsHonored Jacksonville, with a delightful I lene Hardy, prospective bride organization will sponsor a will be accepted at the vice in during -j I River, 1.6 in.; Highland, O.r jStarke.on .

: ispiration For At Coca-Cola party for Miss of August 24. .i jerfonnance of "The Town ASCS county office through 1 I the past |! Santa Fe, 1.1.

I Irickl l Shower House Nancy Lee Bates, prospectivebride I Hostesses were Mrs. George; nd the Country Mouse," a 'I Friday, Aug. 9. Eligible persons -

.. E"T .Open of August 24. Anderson, Mrs. Richard Car ive stage play for children in nominated by petition

[ Mixed flower arrangements, ter, Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Mrs. the Woman's Club I
; 1.1_ ; Vida Jean Gentry [ Mr. and Mrs. Felix will be placed on the ballot
Sapp with L. F. Dinkins Mrs. John C. II' I
chrysanthemums 2
4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3.
irospective. bride of August I to be used in the forthcoming .
were at "open house"Sunday '
-- Greene, Mrs. L. G. Powell. Mrs. _
nredominating. artistically !-
: I were j I ; The play will be performedby
.4. o.JI the for | t I Ii
inspiration a 1: from three to five 0I kSC committee election. Felix
t placed at points of interest C. J. Houpt, Mrs. Ruby Johns The Merry' Minstrels, achildren's
; : ovW bridal shower given 'clock at their new home on I' [ i j Sapp, chairman of the ASC
I Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mrs. Gar theatre I
fuesibky evening at the home Raiford Road. Hostesses for in the living room, carrying erouo_ that nn County Committee
out the and Mathews, and Mrs. L. H.. Out:::1 lis currently touring towns !i, explained
J;. )f .Mw.. Lester Crews W. yellow white I
on the affair were Mrs. Paul I t that nominating petitions must &
I I Can J$treet. Hostesses were [ Faulkner, Mrs. Fred Haislop, color scheme. law.Guests j ,throughout Central and North |i be signed by at least six per- I : ,
Centering the refreshment were greeted at tl Central Florida.
MrSJLester. Crews, Mrs. E. W. Mrs. Alvin Farr, Mrs. Lucian ; I) sons who are eligible to vote ? h
i Hay ; Mrs. Ned Smgletary :I Conner, Mrs. Sidney Jackson, table was a .crystal punch door by Mrs. Anderson axil | Mrs. Winkler! urges parents I' in the ASC committee elections. -I .,....._.: .l '-'. '

i :*3.o.: F. Odom Mrs. R. C. 'Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, Mrs. I bowl, surrounded by plumosas I presented to the receivesline to-come with their children to : An eligible voter 'is any

II Bufe d, Miss Dorothy Alvarez, !I B. M. McRae, Mrs. J. G.,Jack- fern, interspersed with yellow I composed of Mrs. Hopt, (: see this stage version of the i person having interest in a

Mrif. len McKnight, Mrs. F. Mrs. Owen Alvarez chrysanthemums.: The punch the honoree, and her mott \ famous Aesop fable about a i ij .
j I I json Jr., farm as owner, tenant or :i
J. :*t bowl was flanked miniature I Mrs. Charles Hardy. The jne j j wise country mouse who I :
pjflum, Mrs. D. B. Harler. ; and Mrs. Freddie Watterson. by !' 'sharecropper, and who is eligible -
I andMrs; D. H. Smith. I An attractive color scheme dolls to which were attached stood in the lounge beforej.he t taught her city cousin a valuable -I rim
I I fireplace where the matter 1 lesson. While the delightful -I to participate in any of
1. Med summer flowers in I of pink and blue was carried dainty ribbons leading .' 'I the Federal ___
i pastel shades were used to advantage out in the party decorationsand [io tiny replicas of wedding held a beautiful arrange ent comedy has particu- farz.n programs I
in highlighting points flower arrangements rings. At one end of the table I of magnolia leaves, pink :Jnt-i j i iar appeal to children aged 4 administered by the ASC I

of Interest in the party rooms which included gladioli and was an, attractive silver chip- ed magnolia cones and pink I! through 12, adults will enjoy county committee. I ROOM AIR. ONDIII ER'SBY
I its wit ,and wisdom as muchas Mr. Sapp, pointed out that
I formic occasion. The refreshment chryanthemums and artificial and-dip set, and silver compotes j gladioli, flanked by 7stalj j i i

table in the dining I IroO j t arrangements. The refresh- held party nuts and i candle holders with p1n4ap-1 :: the youngsters. I since the committeemen. be iI j I THE MAKERS OF fAMOUS- GASAREA HEATERS

I [ was covered with an ]!I went table was covered with a mints. i -, i I I' The children's theatre movement I elected will play an Important I I .

I embroidered i linen and lace |, white cutwork cloth and cen- Assisting Miss Perry in I ers.The stage was banket.pith : !designed. to bring live I part in the agricultural f fI j

cloth)and 'I I potted plams and native'geen- entertainment t o children I affairs of the county: during I Ii
t centered by an ar- i i tered with an arrangement of'! greeting guests at the door
ranjement of Philippine lilies' pink and white gladioli and I was Miss Barbara Bates, sister -! ery and the gift tabWwas vrho have previously depended I'j i the coming year, persons nominated 41 I ftiiin1iIi
\fpon television, radio, J'
andjmums. Flanking the arrangement -! pompoms. Punch, cake squares of the bride-elect, who invited centered with an artistic( ink and movies : should be currently active -

were silver candle ,i nuts and mints were serv- guests to sign the bride's artificial flower a1Ta.n tJX1ent. as their only means of farmers or ranchers whore

holders with burning whittap..r ed. book. The refreshment tablp the entertainment. The Merry I best qualified for county j4llhIIjIuqi

4 Silver trays and com- The honored couple received The hostess presented the sunroom was covered/ ith a treIs'a company pf committee work and who will
seven actors from community
potwjheld cake squares decorated many lovely gifts for their .lonoree with a piece of silverin white lace and embbidered I theatres and drama schools be representative .of the Various -
In and white nuts home and the hostesses cloth low enter. of in
green new her chosen pattern as a with a long types agriculture
throughout the
and t 1nts. :.! presented them with a bed- memento of the occasion. piece arrangement if white country. the county.
Tickets: will be sold at the
Gating guests at the door : spread as a memento of the Included among the guests gladioli. pink queen asm and door adults Shortly after the August
: 75c children 50c.
was.:'Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Mc-I:i occasion. were Florida State University white Fugii mums. Hlancing :3th deadline for accepting
KI.gbt. Standing in the re-I I! Between sixty and seventy classmates of the honoree. Also the centerpiece were;jw silver nominating petitions, the ASC

ceivtear- line were Mrs. J. L. I I guests called between the appointed present were her mother candelabra with pine tapers. Crystal Lake Camp county committee will make v Introductory- Qne-Tjnie Only

Oentey.. mother of the bride. I I hours.Methodist. Mrs. H. Ogden Bates, and All appointments Me of sil Has "Christmas' such additional nominationsas I : i '.*

elect7Mrs. Crews, and the i, :Mrs. Vernon Peacock, motherof ver. The two nuwl punch In considered necessary 'and \ Buy your Dearborn Room Air Conditioner now.
July" Party .
horiwee. Mrs. Harley preside" i! Choir the prospective groom. tables were placet in the. auditorium desirable to complete the slate i .
Yik : ,\ Enjoy wonderful cooling-! all summer. long .
at 'the. punch bowl. Miss Al- !Director Given and sere covered "Christmas in July" observed and August 15.Is the deadline ,, \ ,
i was : '
vawilinvited guests into the i{! Elouise Chambers with white ooandy cloths. at Camp Crystal Lake ; for completing this action. : \ You'll find Dearborn,Room. .Air' Conditioners as
FlorHa to the :Farewell PartyMrs. Greenery s U rounded .the
see giftson Engagement Told Alachua County School Any person nominated by petition good In their class as Dearborn Gas Area I leatci
dfeplay at a beautiful table punch bowls. Tte guest book 25. who is found to be ineligible
on Thursday, July ; f' .
centered with a bride doll. Allen Sanders, choir To Mr. DuggerMr. table was cove) j with a whit On "Christmas Eve"the will be promptly no- tove proven themsel' the )'e.s.:.;
director of the First :Methodist -
Oa ;hundred guests were invite satin cloth an' held a silver tified
24th-there was carol singing' and he may appeal to
*[.to call between the appointed Church, was given a fare- and Mrs. E. R. Cham- candle holder;1th pink taper,, in the beautifully decorated i the county committee Dearborn ,Air Conditioners are
hours, 7:30 to 9:30.: well party last choir Thursday rehearsal eve- bers of the State Farm an- decorated witl a white satin dining hall a lighted chriStmas time prior to the deadline any HEAVY DUTY.:...If :you're looking for a
ning following
Thtr hostesses presented the in Hall. nounce the engagement of bow holding) white gladioli tree, and Christmas mu- date for completion of the Quality Air Conditioner-Low Maintenance,

4 hon l ee with a piece of her Mrs.Fellowship Sanders was presented I their daughter, Elouise Dale, floret. Mrs. plichard Carter sic. After the children were all slate of nominees. Further information and long lasting, this is for you.

chosen silver pattern as a to Richard Lawrence Dugger, kept the brid's book. tucked in bed, a Santa made -
with a personal gift from the on eligibility re-
memento of the occasion. choir members. A social hour son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Assisting lAe t hostesses in his rounds and filled all the luirements and other detailsof .'j" NEMA RATINGS. : SPECIAL
Dugger of the State Farm. serving anring! for the' stockings with assorted candy ;
the ASC
and refreshments were enjoyed. election can be :
,. METHODIST CnURCEMELSOSK The bride-elect is a graduate guests were }tf s Janet Hardy, and fruit. Cabin doors weredecSated obtained at the ASCS county. 12,200 -, -:: :< -.' -. $249.95
.. of Nathan Bedford Miss BarbarV Jean Greene, and lighted. . r ,, ,' .
Mr. and :Mrs. Sanders moved For- office in Starke. .
a this rest High School of Jacksonville Mrs. Willis I Chesser, Mrs. On "Christmas Day" a tur- BUY : :_-: : ,.$309.95
.ft*. Kenneth W. Griffith,, to Stuart week where '
.. 'Pot Mrs. Sanders will teach in the and attended the Uni- Charles Da*. Mrs. H. M. key.di nerwith all the trim- CARD OF TIIANKg AND 18,000 ;-: -' "- $359.95IS
$ Hatcher Jr. Jlrs. J. E. Hardy,' .. :;_ : ._ _
versity of Chattanooga. The mings was served, and that
Mr. ,
8iijday School 9:45: &.iii.lWrahipl1 third grade and Sanders I '
a. m. will be employed with Flowers, prospective bridegroom is a 1 and Mrs. Jm Stith. evening a Christmas play was I am sincerely] .grateful to IS IS' NOT."A.: PROMOTIONAL

graduate of Bradford 'High I The hosS ses presented the presented 'by the children in friends and neighbors for ...
t Inc. "..!n,;.! hh their many acts 'kindness ; AIR.. CONDITIONER, .. .
School and attended St. Johns honoree a pink aster the recreation haUl l "" ,

.1 I River Junior College. corsage
I .I The wedding will be solem- leaves, aid a silver footed I included Mrs.. Janet Bowden I I of my husband George H. 0'w

I nized Sept. 6 at 8 p.m. in the tray as ,/memento of the occasion and Alex Morton of Starke, Vanpfy. These comforting expressions :

Helena Itiibiiisteini First Baptist Church at / and Mr., and Mrs. H. Driscoll, of sympathy and D E -

I btarke.. All friends and rela7; Outjf-town! guests included parents- .of(Miss; Jane Dris oU, thoughtfulness and the 'beautiful GAS OF 'STARKE

I ; : tives of"the' couple are cordially U* Delores Hardy and director of. the camp. flowers and other kind- ,

I Onee-a-Year Beauty Sale invited to attend. Mrs. :Jf H. Bryan of Gainesville I nesses will always 'be,''remem- 332 ,y., ., PHONE 964-3551

i 1. f ria Mrs. G. E. McGauley, I Catholics Bless bered.Mrs.: Rose Vanpfy. .

First Methodist Mrs. :*rl Motes and Mrs. Con
50 Automobiles
nie -Igwell, all of Palatka. .
BUONE ...GET A BEAUTY BONUS FREE! Youngsters Enjoy Tree. .. hundred guests were i -
_ i The annual blessing of automobiles -
I invi!d to call between the _
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SAVE UP TO 50% Swimming Party houf of 7:30: and 9 o'clock last Sunday took on place the Feast In Stark'Day I USE CARP'S / -

: The fourth, fifth, and sixth of ,St. Christopher, patron I
urn tuuTirui UPS AND FINGERTIPS! CLEANSE, LUBRICATE. REFRESH IA i grade Sunday School classes of BLW Members taint of travellers. Fifty cars A Small Down Payment Holds Your, _( _

the Junior Department, :Meth- in -
H bands Enjoy passed procession in front ,
odist Church, enjoyed a swim : of St.; Edward's Catholic ,- t.
party and picnic lunch at the 'Lace Supper Church as the pastor 'Father j
E. L. Matthews' Kingsley Lake .
Connie Dougherty blessed I
home on Tuesday. (embers of the Starke BPW: each car individually. recitingthe .

Chaperoning the group were cub;! and their husbands en- church's official prayer !

_ \ the teachers, :Mrs. R. S. Mul- J91e|eJ a covered dish supper '
for vehicles, ""
lins, superintendent, Mrs. J. R. jWsday night of last week I ;1'
This blessing is given each "
L It''. Hixon, Miss Dorothy Swan- it Jie Kingsley Lake home of. the of I II '. A
year on last Sunday
born, and Mrs. :Matthews. )Olf: :Margaret Brown I .
j withI1. July because St. Christopher :
pasteurized keIecJ Ida Mae Shaw as 2.99 .
is revered as the patron saint :
_ il < Cream Special' ns Shellee SmithCelebrates ts.j'IJuring. of motorists and travellers. ; 1.99 4.99
4 r1 a brief business ses-
_' I JleI!ena Rubms1elII' "This man of God practiced
#:>n, Mrs. Ruby Johns reported
- charity and served God by
Progress on the club project of
Year Party county oral polio vaccine I l guiding travellers safely across ,

Buy- fashion Stick. lipstick and lipBuy: "Pasteurized" face Cream Speller clinic, and Mrs. Bea Farber reported -:I, a dangerous flowing stream."
Shellee Smith daughter rf Father Dougherty said. "Staff
> Dazzling shades. cial. lubricating cream and cleanser on the thata
I In one Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smitfcelebrated possibility I,in hand, this giant of strength :

Frti-- New Nail fashion Chip resistff : "Herbal" Skin lotion. Cooling her eighth birth / softball between game the may members be 'scheduled and-I would be constantly seen carrying '!

_!t ant nail' enamel in matching shades freshener Removes traces of cream. anniversary on July 24 wl1 the Junior Woman's Club in I people on his shoulders
200 value 2.38 value her mother gave a party fr from one shore to the other. .
I the
110\\150 110175 I her at their home, 3lfN. near future. One day a child he was car- !'

i Myrtle Avenue. I The August meeting will be rying became so heavy with :Y ( ,1 -k' '
S'11ee held at the Hampton Lake : I / ,
: CLORIfT YOUR HAIR! Ten friends helped each step that he felt he was ': ,
home of Mrs.
: celebrate the occasioA 1c'ith Dyal, with I carrying the whole world on : ,
- /durIng Mrs. Ruth Frazier as co-hos t 't't'i
games and refreshme his shoulders. On reaching the i;

.n the party hours.// / 'tess. 'I, other side, the child told him : I a

-., 2.peed e Mrs. Smith was aliped by that he would henceforth be 3.99

Deep I l. n.vn3ncnt, : Mrs. Frances Walkej Mrs. Boots Brown called Christopher, or Christ- '1 :: I 5.99 i

Cleanser I I Has BirthdayAt bearer, because he,had actually i, :
Janine Gay 9 carried the .Lord who ere- ,
J *
Family Reunion ated heaven and,earth. It was :
Given '
I Swimnmg the weight of the world's sins :j J
Party On BiAtday Mrs. Leona (Boots) Brown that .made the Christ 'child 1

Richaf celebrated her 50th birthday I seem to grow heavier and :, R' : / t_ ,.. -'
$= Il_ Mrs. R. L. entertained on Sunday, July 28, at her I' heavier with each step." ?" '

1 at a swim part\londay afternoon home with a family reunion, I'j j For centuries, Christians' & mS .j

at her hofe on Spring which included approximately !, have prayed to this saint 6

vA' ffl'' ,Lake for hergret.gr8iddaughter 50 guests. j',' "who carried Christ" that he'' 3.99 3.99 ,.' .. ... 7 I

Janin,jay, on her Dinner was served buffet I might protect them in their /r-: '

ninth birthday niversary. ,style on picnic tables in the travels and carry them safely : SET 1-E' : -

toy> Deep Chaste' CoMiias hy2SpeedHomcPcrmancnlNamed : Janine and he&2 friends en- yard. Out-of-town guests included I to their Journey end, Faher / .

I \ Pjnettei Creams deep cleans deep! finest by consumer survey. joyed swimmhf and refresh- I her daughters, Mrs. I Dougherty! said. 5.99 ,

.I 'ii: Skin Ciw Mjljtorittf. 'tavisib'e! Frees Headline Koo-greisy hair ments of ice/eam. punch ;:Geraldine Eichler and daughter,

all ja beauty treatment for dry skin. groom leaves hati shiny bright and birthday te during the ;;Patricia, of Syracuse, N. Y... Recent Births '
party hours. foe guests also j[rand Glinda Brown of :Miami; Mix Knit
t 3oov.ue! value SportswearIN
110\" 150 now 200 received favoj of blow-out. others were Mrs. Brown's sisters Bradford County Hospital' n

and balloons/. f and brothers and families, j announces the following births: i i

Assisting I". Richard was Mrs. Oneta Howanitz and sons!I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hem-i,
lay:Nudit for the Face frte:SVIn! Oe Moisturizer 3.09 ntu! 10* 1.SO
,Mrs. W. J.fpperson, Janine's of Miami, Robert Carter and i jdon, Lawtey, a daughter, Edwina : '
Ivy; Roll-Dry Deodorant fret:HmeD Sent Bath Powder. 160 value! lOW lID VIBRANT NEW FOR WOMEN AND
.grandmoth family of Sanford, Mrs. Laura i j jMesser Maxine, July 25. [ GIRLSCOLOR
lay Beauty Wishing Grunj. Frte"Witef lUy"! Pore lotion. 2.88 value! ta. 2.00
and family and Thad Mr. and Mrs. Doyce Griffis, I II
Bio-Cleat Uetficated Cream. Free"*atet lIt('Pore Lotion 2.63 value: I
_ In: I01 I.7JIn CAB/OF/ THANKS Carter and family of Jackson- Stark, a .son, Doyce Dean, '!

Frtt.Heaven Sent Bath Powder 2.50 July 27. i j TOPS -
: Heaven Seat Elli dt?arfun* nine! wonderful ville.Several '
ttt 2.00 To all W friends of her guests are Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Williams washoble'\nh J99
I and relalf{ who mourn with i 'Famous "Capermates" styles boucle 'Into many clever I 199
i!staying with he* for a short :\ Jr., Raiford, a daughter, ;,
.JUST NINE OF 30 EXCITING COMBINATIONS! : us the :IP; of our beloved :vacation including Mr. and !'Patricia Lynn July 28. \ tops. New fall solid colors and woven prints % sleeve styles. Many

$limited tim only 'prices pin! tu : lather / md no words to 'Mrs. Robert ,Barron and chil- :Ii' Mr, and Mrs. Richard Chea-;, new and exerting styles. Sizes S, M, L .. TO

--l express/6 depth of our grat- jdren of Miami, !i leer Jr., Starke, a daughter, '' .

Jtude.ur cards calls flowers ., i|July 28.Mr. i iI FULLY LINED I PANTS .
0 If rs and the food you I _ *% GQ { QD

%nitcltell's prepr1 will never be forgot- | Have you U aid refrlgerata,I and Mrs. Wayne Chance, "frnermflfte" mixes And matches the teari solid colors end K f a&b. m m

DrugStore ten. /0 thanking the doctors fan or tools which you no lonf-'I Starke' announce the birth' of I woven prints., Fully lined, full cut. Wash 'n or no ironing. Sizes -
an' urses in the Alachua I 4r nae. Convert them Into euflow. aI i'a son, Philip Wayne Jr. on 8tol& ANDI

'.,Ge Ial Hospital. The Will I Phone 964-3101 and uk't ;(July 27 in Alachua General j .

Blley family. I t for cJAsstf1ed. {Hospital i ,__Gainesville.. ._ . -. .. _
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I II ting dry: here. My Irish pota pole and I fly it'' every day. I.

I toes have fallen over and are love my country and my flag.I !

i /' turning brown* They have almost -.I' am so glad to.be an American You ,Are InvlTO. ed ." .' .

FI finished their lifeI and a citizen of the U. (I

t have green beans. almost : S.A., You see I have been so OURFORMAL fRI SAT. fli i i
enough to pick and cook.I many places far away and ,
zir went Wednesday night out wherever I have been they : I j ,

i in the country to a Bible were glad to see Americans. I SON.
r t/1fll1ra Btlrqess;Io/rr( study at a farm home. It wasa felt they loved us and were'

f -Box 104, Sulphur Springs, Ind- I beautiful home and we so happy we were visiting' '7A&M..11P1

1 P I sang with the organ and I. them. Spain, France Egypt r .. AUG. 23. 4
I Wherein I pack to leave And keep all sorrow from said a prayer at closing. We Italy, especially Italy and to'

for San Francisco and the you had orange juice to drink. Greece. They loved us too in }.. .. i 7 Days A Week

I trip .around the world. It is And the dark heart's load; Next week July 3, they meet Jerusalem; and IsraeL They let I.I. I. F c v\\

i i again a parting and I will I will take my pipes and go here with me. I must prepare us know they thought the US. ._ '- ,.. i. 4 t
take "my pipes and go now. now. the lesson. We are now studying was a wonderful place and ___,_,_
j For I hear the summer call the life of Moses. I really they would like to come home
J I will take my pipes and go
now And you'll hear my pipes a- enjoy being with these Godly with me. Especially the Arabs I.
J singingAs people and I have learned to and Italians. So one spends rl

i; And God go with you all I pass along the road. love them. I am the only freely to help each countryout --

-Donn ByrneI widow but they are all so as they need tourists. I
kind. One man and wife always .w
-" used the above poem whenI So this 4th let us ring the a r a th
left Florida in 1946. I was comes to take me. bells and I have a few fire L res

: SqjPOTENT just a bit sad at leaving my On Monday night we 'had crackers the boys gave me at''
the for class. We'
11 &. Clay Hill school and my dear picnic my Bible School They apologizedfor
'" fray Serum : :O had so much to eat and they
Bttuly '
.A children. I have never been having them in their pockets !
'i1" entlaisdnedLy u.lJ;i w.o.., back since that May, 1946. I played games and enjoyed it but they had a chance'.

t tiry.1: :Mlllod 6v. stayed in Nebraska to marry all. Nice young people. to buy them and no chance;:
limn u pat uoidiiury Thursday I went with two
J bvrauoqrrrtia. y' my good Don and. had almost to take them home. I thought: I
Only.;.... other ladies to Henry County :
1 q 17 years of work and happi the boys were Darling. This
drop duly nettle;}. to We hemmed
Hospital sew. MflIT
J ness. I loved him with a ten- Sunday two of my boys will :
24 sheets and 145 diapers.We .I
a der and abiding love that be baptized at Sunday Serv-
HORMONE take a pitch-in dinner and I
shall flow on and on through !
really do a lot of work and i ice.Last I
l lr. be
eternity. I think it will went
SERUM L" enjoy the work of charity. It, Wednesday night I i
possible to love someone a-
r. '
.. out in the country to
', is the Hospital Guild.. I rana
"gain, with perhaps even a Study. It was at a farm home. !
for having sewing machine and) tore a I 1 516 EAST BROWNLEE STREETs
Look YoungerFeel ,deeper, greater love -
whole bolt of material into Wednesday night we go :
Younger 1 1fadti experienced this deep to another farm home and : i
diaper lengths. We were
feeling. So I shall dry my I
at then next week I want them :
Away DrySiia Wriaifts tears'arid..sing: on and on asI
3.I to come to mr house. It is. i,
Amazing, << new HORMONEX: BEAUTY go dow the road of life. I am now all set to go on time to have, the lesson,
SERUM[ 1 is i w potent, 7 drops daily trust in GotiV,great, love and I my trip around the world. I my
( Jo Ileac ..inLl.... When smoothed Our Pastor-will begone three I
have all passport visas and
I "feePHe has plan
<*8 tltia,suppli;**maximum doily allot- mercy. a Wednesday nights to a con I Iference. x awG'. LVd H V
inul of female hormo -hormones for my future. Ivshall try to I my Pan American airplane .-so he picked out three 1.1rfi
of seek and follow hat tickets. They read Muncie
.necessary I* youthfulness pracli- { of us to take the lesson over.We .
tally; all female organs. Heavy with Then whatever ha lens; to I Chicago San Francisco Honolulu the life of
I penetrating; Sesame Oil and motslarmng me, I shall keep sane and I Toyko Tapei Manila are studying It !
Lanolin. SLiD feels softer, Moses. :
iiuooilitr fresher almost instantly. useful in this life as God sees Ragoon DephI- also Moscow !
Aru to quickly because it's almost 5 fit to let me live.I I Leningrad Helsinki Copenhagen Tuesday afternoon I showed I
limes as powerful as standard dortr.on am wondering if anyone New York. So soon I my pictures of the' HolY I "rCecil

cream-33,000 I.U. per ounce. has kept a scrap book of allI I sfiall be writing you from any Land at the school house to !
It', economical too-costs less than have written since 1944? It of those places. The summer the 4-H girls. I enjoyed showing r j
4t I day I calls ai'>q I hope to come home. them and the girls said
103 DAY SUPPLY Use it at night befoie will tell a story indeed of a '
resultsin I t knowing'More than when I they enjoyed looking at them.
look for
retiring amazing gallant fight to be useful and I .. ,
the morning or-try it as a daytime I kind and happy and a good started fob< it is a college I My showing lasts over one half i
u.ike-up base it's fragrant and grease- I | Seminar. We study and learn hour. I talk along with themas
? I have a
lot, too! So. for a fresher brighter! Christian. Right show time I
I as we travel. I always start I and I some say
younger-Iooling complexion get a bottle lot of old copies and I find
of nOR 10NEX BEAUTY SERUM; interest with an ache in my heart, for things about the camels and '
them to be full of -. > & ?
|f? J&. V : -
I' v &
such that makes them laugh. : .. ,,. ,
iuiiy. Only 83.50 plus tax. 200 Day and lots of living. I hope to no one knows what may happen T i t > i* lu i. -\ 1 tur7ift.s ifc -
Supply only 16.00 plus tax. On sale at I before I can be back in
them and This is ;
continue to write on Saturday afternoon ; :
Toiletry Counters Department Store my house., but I will enjoy :
I and Drug> Stores everywhere on, God help me. I got up before five and took
f tw I did not get up until 5 this seeing sights and.meeting new my exercises bathed had Douglas, owner I PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE Marjorie Douglas, owner

MITCHELL'S morning walked a and mile. It then has I been only people.HELPFUL HINTS: Travel breakfast and walked read to my the devotionals"Y" and', After serving the people of itarke and Bradford County for over 30 years, we are proud to bring to

hot and sultry here and last hints: Take a plastic or back. Then I changed my}bed Starke this All-New, Modern elf-Service Grocery and Market. We a complete line of Groceries
wire coat hanger along to carry ,
DRUG STORE evening tried to rain. We got and cleaned my house and,
: I only a sprinkle and it is get- hang things you wash 0 nand washed sheets and things soil i Frozen Foods, Fresh Vegetab "I and as in the past, the Very Best Meat money can buy-all at the Low-

-,I made dry.packets I have.of detergent also just ed. Now resting they and are ironed.reading I was the:: est Possible Prices. We invite ou to come in see our New Store, and share in these tremendous Savings -

.- ATVINKLER'S just enough for a washing. I paper when here Fred came?:' this weekend. '

I : cut tin foil in squares and Took me for a ride in his Cor:

r \ put a tablespoon or more of vette. It is a sport car. Black ... -"'"" -._. sr.FRESH _., ......

__ \ \ powder and folded. I put these with red lining. Then I had'dinner 'I SLICED '
i packets in a plastic bag. They and here ,'Fred came J7j LYKES

j will carry easy. I have ordered with an organ. It's an antique!

.> a brief case to carry my writing solid walnut with Teal ivory' BEEf
paper and Bible In and keys and it has an electric PURE".PORK
I diaryrj motor. It sounds-so' good. -I ;
j CUCUMBER RELISH: 12"large can have music; when the' ,

cucumbers; 5 green peppers Bible class meets July 3 with y a, "
I,! ; 12 onions; run these me. My son Albert came last LIVER "M E.AN: SAUSAGE

; through the chopper and drain night and brought me some sv&1A

I off juice. Then add 3 cups eggs. We always have fun -

i sugar; 2 cups vinegar; some visiting and I pray'' every FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE

i salt to taste; celery seed. Mix day he feels better. He has I 3 LBS. 80CDELL'S 3 1-IaB. 89c
and boil Vz hour. Seal in jars never been well since he came :
while hot. This is from Nebraska home from the War II. Next ,I LIMIT C BAGS

and Fanny Taylor is Monday night I have my Sun- 3 -
I now dead. day School Class party for the
So I; carry on as bravely as reds. Our class of 28 was divided v \
I can. I have so many happy and the blues lost so' f'F 11 1 LB. x YA Aft
e 4.
i memories and I had such a we planned a party last night.A r

,r. i nice letter from my step-son, committee of four came and

I Don Jr., who now runs and we will have it in the park :
I owns the Mortuary. He thanks and have things to eat and DelFs Fla. Grad
r 'ie StleB'GPw I me for being a good wife and play games and it will be fun.

I helper of his dad. He is glad Then Thursday I go all day
now I can go places and do iirii. }
p. fl to the hospital at New Castle LB.
::1 things. He wants me to travel. and sew with the Guild. I O. '
"We can't go back to what I ALL 13 OZ. LOAVES '
must read the devotionals after -
I I might have been. dinner and any poem I WEST COAST H r t LIMIT
I I No matter how hard we 1 BREAD
try wish.HELPFUL 3
HINTS: Use a.:
: T I I We can only learn to begin 1 MULLET ,
wta i f 1gY. I again bobby pin for a book mark.! \ F
1 t Ifi C
} I To laugh and forget to cry. It really works. An ice cream:, U. S. CHOICE

i The lessons the dead years scoop usually holds 1-4 cup,

j The KENILWORTH s Model L2738 .. I taught us so use it to measure oil flour'or C t
I Superb Contemporary lo-boy sty + f
: r ing with break front i ia genuine I Will serve their purpose anything you wish to meas-i
I II veneers and select hardwood soti+ true i '
I ids. Walnut veneers. Mahogany : If on the road just ahead ure. j!t LB j 9 Sirloin S\eak\ 41
veneers or Blond Oak veneers, ..I ; We learn what God wants FROZEN SALAD. From Nebraska .' R Y

I i us to do." 2 cups whipped cream; 3 SAVE 6c

i I sing as I walk down the 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise; REG.
,, : road each morning. I wonder & cup grated cheese; 1 small 31c

': if the people will not miss can crushed pineapple; & :

: me, when I am far far away. pound marsmallows cut up in
r ; All my love prayers and small pieces. Mix well and put Fancy TablePOTATOES \ Foremost
HANDCRAFTEDCHASSIS : good wishes- in the freezing tray. Serve on

i ;,,' .,.tJ: !, i, God Love bless you MOTHER every one.LURA. lettuce So my or life as goes.dessert.It is taking;I!' -- }0 LBS> 2 ICE MiLK "" u h CALa a r r ti 39c

1 shape as time passes. My ,
ci1fl\ productiorrshortcuts.I i Wherein the Summer days granddaughter! came visitingme

DO are here-I go to Bible ClassI and before I leave I intendto P

. co ri led_ClrcuJLS> get an electric organ and have them all here to eat.I PURE "
I K "
\ walk many miles a day I look look
.' ., Every Zenith_TV chassis earefu Jha to the 4th of July. kets and pass ports. I have
I L ?;. -,: wired to the highest quality standards.tfs the.1 my travelers checks. I have la JAR
\. ''extra of the means'* Hoist the flag of Freedom -IB. Uffl-3 u
r' : care handcrafting that : thins ready to put quickly in 9cu. r 39c
I i greater value fewer service problems aoA Let "Old Glory"be unfurled: and .
my traveling bags then
I stealer dependabib far Zenith owners J : Scatter courage zeal ,
weigh them. I must not. have -
I It loyalty more than 44 Ibs. to fly with PICI C
t l Show colors to the FIATMlfONNAI3E
II world your! me. I find I go to from Rus- S. No. 1 Fresh Alberta
.1 sia to Finland, then Denmarkand .
I i I Red poppies wave on battlefields New York. \ SARDIHESt'
,I '
I : I am getting excited. A 1

I : PLUS 3 FEATURES Markers Hoist courage the where flag never of courage FreedomFor dies!lies: wjiile college I boy am will gone.teach my class. L L ? 39c .3 cans 29c

:t Hoist the Flag of Freedom: |The shadows miss you as -

WE SELL "_ Let your anthems join the they gather round your j-
throng chair '
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WE SERVICE ALSO For Old Glory Is our ban- f The breezes long to fluff' R.'COLAS'Carton

-0 WE FINANCE YOUR PAPERS : ner . your hair; i
And Freedom is our song. The house still stands-the
HERE OURSELVES i iI -clara Smith Reder. home forever deadA .- .

I tired grey shell from which
!l Now we celebrate the Fourthof
the soul has fled. "
July our Freedom Day. __
"Inc. Since 1776 we have had this And every little while I look .
Winkler Electric glorious but you have gone to stay. BRANDS OF o
Holiday. I liked the .
9 Yes. I still miss my good, ,
above poem. "And Freedomis i Plus Deposit

234 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. I our song" and so it ends. I Don.God Bless You AllLOYE'MOTHER- | BEER-ICE COLD Q Carry A Full Line
I plan .to hang out my flag as .. .
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"I B. Adams., p 3 1 2)' I and a bad,grip he can't mak p i j i the President's Cup Tournament Plastics Firm !
Eslerbrook and
J. Chasteen: a 1 ,0,: 0 I IRONS it; A fellow with a good grip;I I [winner's name will appear I
Recreation News [ R. Smith, b -0, 0' 0 good swing, and bad stancti', first, and then the run- To Establish Fountain Pens $1.9 S $%.95
I i, ,. Fanned for Hewett in : 1 can't make it either. [How-* !1: n e r- u p ]: ,Championship :395 at The TELEGRAPH.

I fourth, .. b. Walked for Chas-i' and WOODS ; ever.with a good grip, stance) Flight- Harold Bishop HI
I II If and yerr indifferent First Flight In Lake Butler
I teen. 'in.fifth. I '-'" a swing Clyde Tedwillegar. I
i 1 '-, : Second Game 1 R he will play :very well.. YouJ I -Charles Webb, Bob McRae. 1 i\
Playground News the Air Rifle Club! candlestick holders and"otherobjects. "_ AB H R' see thatevery day while watching .i i Second Flight Vernon Silcox, A new plant for the manufacture -
:Madison Street and We will! probably; .do R. Williams 3b :,2. 0, 0 j some ot.the great play. Mike Sheppard. Third FlightX. i of plastic home products -
I Ier
Archery Saratoga Heights this again later in the sum- T. Chastain, If 1 0!i 0''| I .. They are- not all Sam;, M..Smith, J. D, Seymour. i may be established in BAIT CENTER
This week's attendance was Supervised play arts and I: mer so.come out and,join us.The G. Hamilton lb 4 0'' 0 1!! # Snead's.,He is the most grace-..I Fourth Flight-David Silcox. Lake Butler soon. .
lower than usual due to the I girls',softball game was f R fur of all players and probably Bill Powell.
crafts, and softball games! C. Smith, c 3 0 | I' | T. M Riherd, chairman of
District Dixie Youth Baseball:, i called this week because of I B. Adams, cf 3 2 I'' 4 i the greatest. Some of, New golfers recently joining i the Union County Develop- OPENING
Tournament in Brooksville as II made: up the program' for this lain but we will play again J, Warren, ss 2 0; 21 I them, are not too graceful butt the links are A. J. Thomas '! ment Authority, states that
five boys on the team partici- week. The groups are enjoying I next week on Wednesday at D. Williams 2b 2 00 they grip. right- and they stanc : !negotiations have advanced to 1
pate in archery. However I)! the arts and crafts program'I 200. The games. are. greatly: i( D. Griffls. rf 3 2 2 f \\\\.J.\ \ right. i Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Don i the point that it is almost

classes were still held and the and are carving ornaments Ii i 1 enjoyed by the, children and ,' &L Crawford, p 2 ,0 1 I The club will close 'the Page. I I; certain the plant will locate peca GIg
boys continue to improve their i out of the Carv-a-stone ma- the adults who corns to watch', R. Smith a. 1 'i,_ 0 i President's Cup. Tournament The next event will be a there. '

I weak points. We are competing -I terial. Let's keep up the at- ] so come on out and join,.us' J. Chasteen, b 0 ,O'r Oj I By HOMER WOOD Saturday night with a dinner Father-and-Son Hand icao(II 1 The factory will employ about -

by teams of two winners I I tendanceat Madison Street I at Pratt Street Playground.: a. singled,for D. Williams in I ______' __________'__ I II and presentation of trophies. Tournament, Sunday, Aug 11.i 20 unskilled men under
having the highest dual score.I'j and those at Saratoga I' Nona Park News I fifth; b. Ran for Smith ia,I('I 1 The dinner-"win be barbecue*!, Members should enter as soon ; age 45 at the start and the MINNOWS
Also tournaments have been Heights. CQme out to the play- I i as 'possible at the '
I i Carving,: as well as other fifth. I never look at the ball chicken served at 6 o'clock. pro shop labor force will be increasedas
held on an individual basis.Let's .I'I ground. Attendance has been i j i games was also ,enjoyed here.I II I Third Game when some of my pupils i i ij Children. 75 cen ..: adults Homer.. I business grows. Riherd said. DOZ.
low so let's improve it next 4 X100SHINERS
come out and participate! I So come on out and join Evie I I- Dinner free to all members:
AB H R swing.: I have to look at the' T The Union Authority '
j week. : j ( ) j jt i if. : County -
Air Rifle Club I I Stevie Janelle, Nancy, Carol', [ members. Trophies .
and in-active
i Pratt Street News : R. Williams. 3b 3 1 1.t .f. pupil to be<,able to, see what I II < BROOKER BAPTIST i will construct a 12,000 sq.
Like archery the attendancewas I Attendance was low this William and Sally Ann at.j t T. Chastain rf-cf' 3 '0" 0 he is doing wrong. I.can tell awarded at 8o'clock.' CHURCH It. building which will be used
affected by the baseball | week due to sickness and va- Nona Park. We think you.will i i G. Hamilton, Ib 3 2 O.j I i if. the ball, is, no, good at>; the!I Two additional trophies will by the plant on a lease-pur-
tournament but we still had i cations.. We hope everyone I have a lot of fun. Don't forget. C. Smith c 3 1 0 last. fraction! of the; second 1I {. be awarded\, this year. Dr. H. Rev. James Temple, Pastor chase arrangement. The fac- ,",'"

I fair participation Monday and will be back next week. Finger to bring a friend along. },!. Crawford, If 3 0 i I i through the; impact areai JI i i H. Adams" will receive the award Morning Worship 11 a.m., tory will produce' such plastic 4 -' 'DOZ. $125
Wednesday The time this week painting will be the order of J. Warren, ss 3 0 1 \ It .a. fellow can grip 'right!I for most improved golf, Evening Service, 8, pjn. Sunday products as outdoors accessories : :
D. Gnffis. ,cf- 3 0 1 er of the year and Carl L. School 10 ajn, Training, sculptured fountains decorator <
I was spent on individual improvement j I the day for the children and All-Stars/ / I and stand right, he can get;i it 2 MILES SOUTH
Win M. Hewett 2b 2 0 1B Johns the best sportsmanshipaward Union, 7 p.m Prayer Service wall ,
lighted panels
and small tournaments ; I
we hope they will enjoy it.
f; 1 1 along pretty good, but it he j I ON ROAD 100
i 1 r' Adams, *.3 1 0 for the year, each Wednesday, ,8 types of gift and
were held. Improve- 1 Paper for the class was donated p : > has a good stance good swing, I p-m. many ware w .
ment here is beginning to : by the Bradford County District Tourney D. L.: :Williams, a : 0, '0 0, Following' are the results of'' lamps.

show among the newer boys... Telegraph.Arts I- T., Patrick.- '. b.- 0' 0-- 0- I II r
Come out to Pratt Street and crafts classes in I [Continued from Page 1] a. Went to left field in sixth :
J Playground and participate in all parks enjoyed carving I for Crawford b. Went to first 1 M
Smith also singled for'Starke., base ,for. Griffis in sixth. '

F Coaches Davis and Jimmy Al Gregory.Rowe.Harold and- 4. I BELL RINGERS FOR

GET Recreation Director F r ank No Ofice Funds : _
; HEARING Check-up NOW!| Owsley will accompany the(
team to Pensacola Sunday. *
iF fiY
Defender >
I or .
t a Next To Vision -- Hearing is the Members trip of are the Robby team ;makingthe r smith,I ., : I ) r 'a.: .. c.

I Richard, Williams, Johnny I [Continued_ from Page 1] V

Most Important Sense We Possess: : Warren RobertScott, J, ,Roy I foremost, he' is in need of aninvestigator ,.",<;< i hY
Chasteen Bill Adams,. Mike i and secretarial' ,,.. .. -.
Y ):4 "
: Hewett Mike ,:Mitchell. Dan help.." a '
Thus, as properly fitted lenses! can overcome I I
Gnffis. Frankie Tomlinson. ,} r"f
I Green's proposed budget-
defective vision, loss of hearing-air be compensated f Gary Hamilton Charles Smith.: eludes $6,000 for.the salary of
Tommy Chastain,,. Tex Patrick |! :!' \ NAME: BRANDS
; an. investigator. The figure ;,
for by an aid to hearing.
David L. and
( : hq said, was based on what ,

Make your appointment NOW! for your Audio- i Mike Crawford. an investigator.for! the Parole:' .' ;, I IVY SHIRTS I

Meteric Hearing Analysis and Consultation. STATISTICS, Commission makes. Also in- Inc. 't ..J .
eluded !is for'a
$3,000 secre- "' "
First I Your J. i Tapered Waist Dress Or Sport Shirts
GameAB Friendly Store
H R tary. Green said that a good W"1
CONTACT MIIS. LEE" E. DERDA R. Williams, 3b 2 2 3 legal secretary actually; com* ,., <' With Button Down Or Snap Tai ,
M. Hewett, 2b 2 0 0'G. mantis a salary of at least MEN AND BOYS ; Collars Stays Neat And Fresh
Certified Aid '
Hearing Audiologistat Hamilton Ib 2 1 2, $3,600 annually and that he by .: All Day Long! '
the Gainesville Hearing Aid Offide C. Smith, c 3 0 1 J was 'willing to pay the additional -
M. Crawford rf 2 1 0. $600 from his own poc SNEAKERS \
632 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville .
Cinderella OUR REGULAR &
$3.98 $2.98
J. Warren ss 3 1 1 ket. He is also furnishing his 1

: 372.6715; Evenings 376.1381 j D. Williams, If 1 1 1 :, own office. I '
j, D. Griff, cf 1 0 1 Other budget items include ; by RANDY ,. NOWSpecial
__ I $600 for office supplies $500 [# JJ
--- -- for office equipment $1,200 Great For Campus Wear
for telephone expenses for defender I .. ({.d.;
and investigator, and $

3 DAYS ONLY- $500 for contingencies. i(' 9 1 2 FOR S500i

state Green's, is $8,000 salary,annually paid by and the i" 4! ; 2 .

he readily admits it is a ,
"windfall" for any young lawyer .i
THURS. FRI. SAT. ... -
,- ,- just admitted to the bar. MAJESTY"

i He received his. law degree :{ Purchase Group Of
from the University of Florida
.: last December and was admitted -: t '. SLIPS I
TIRE ,to the,bar in June. He is''Ii 1 BACK-TO-SCHOOL' a.
i married to, the former. Saun-j .' .;. ;.., ,- Fine Quality Cotton
: dra Jones of'Starke and has'' d With Tuck 'N Grow-
: two children., I! ;,i 4 1 DRESSES
i Waistband And Elastic
: Green's appointment 1 Is an'! : :.
Side Inserts For
interim one and runs until
I January, 1965 He will have' .' Solids Plaids Prints Perfect FitSIZES J I 1j' 1/
: to run for re-election in 1964.| '
Remington : N Large Selection Of 4 TO 14 ,
I i ii : '' .. '
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And Colors
..1' Styles ;
REMINGTON !Mrs Warren 65 I ; h ,
: ','rt i. .. 3-6x '
Servicea.Held ; 125
Society : ,

PIONEER In first' BaptistMrs. i I r $$198 M_ $398 S "

t Florence Sherrouse f ,
: Warren 65, widow. of the late : ; ,.
7 14 Special F'-G Including -
Newen Warren died Monday 'I Sizes 4 to 6x $ i-
$298 --- $598 .
: '
in, a, Starke hospital. She was i $3.00Each : :
$ 95Exchg. : born in Palatka on Feb. 17,1 $ $ :
I oo
i 1898 and, was member of i I $2984 4! 2 for--$3:

i y} : had the.,First resided Baptist in' Starke Church for, She 40 I, Sizes 7 to 14 $$398: .-. $$898 ... ..!s .

Plus .
: years .
Survivors include two:
daughters, Mrs. Pete Harrell I
and Mrs Louis Marton of Rai- : PRETTY NEW LITTLE GIRL DRESSES y WesternIN

I -1 7.50 x H Black ., ford; three sons. Dewey.. of IN WARM AUTUMN PRINTS,. PLAIDS, EAGLE'SFOR ,,,.
Savannah, Ga., Joe and Tim:
Warren of Starke; .one brother : Jean
Leonard Sherrouse of No- TO CARE FOR..FABRIC h S

1 komis; a sister Mrs. Flora
Davis of Astor; seven grandchildren FAMOUS NAME QUALITY .. ..
I and one greatgrandchild. : -! : FARAH

Funeral services were held : '
at.2 p.m. Wednesday in the SIZES 2 TO 12
First Baptist Church with WRAP'SKIRTS '_ PLEATED SKIRTS ,
Rev. W.. A.. Hogan officiating. Slims & Regulars
TUBELESS Burial was in. Crosby Lake : i
Cemetery with DeWltt,C. Jon Reg. 3.98 Reg. $4.98 Reg. $5.98 '
es Funeral Home in charge of SOX .
SIZE SOCIETY : :arrangements. $

36-Mo. Rd. Hazard 2.t.;1fo. Rd. Hazard I $2
f I $$288 $$388 $$488.

6.00 x 13 '- I 17.50 Many, Many 2 aBc

6.50 x 13 18.50 Thanks

-pr4 6.70 15 7.50 1 .
x x 14 23.50 21.50
710x158.00x14 I 25.50 I i! 22.50 to our many friends New! Traditional

7.60 x 15 8.50 x 14 Ji ...fr' 28.50 25.50 and been customers so patient who about have DRESSES r A h ..
8.20x 15-9.00x14 "'r 30.50 I 26.50 delayed orders or any BOYS BETTER 9

other inconvenience
BLACK WALLS ARE $2,00' LESS might have been caused you tons In Woven % i' BENTLEY COLLEGIATE
Plaids And
during the. recent hos- Stripes,
Above Prices Are B.V.D. ALL AT REDUCED PRICES .. ;
Plus Tax And[Tire'Of'Your Car pitalization of Mr. Bull- Prints and Solids AND. ,

WHITE 'YALL-AXY SIZE ington. Petite And Junior .

QUALITY He was released from Sizes For Those $ '"

: 4 3995 Alachua General Hos Busy School Days 4, ., t OUR REGULAR $2.98SPECIAL $198
RE-CAPS FOR pital on Monday,after a Ahead! ;

I Esc. & TaxTAll'S ;stay of 13 days, wherehe -
,underwent a kidney -
operation. 98 ;I GROUPTUL"RSDAY
$ n

on He duty hopes by the to be end back of G. $ 00
SHELL k--(

and'your next week continued cooperation; and asks patience until for : ; : ::". 4 FOR $5 .

) that time. And Up ,: ..',. ". .... r d. '. .. 1 ., ,

_ Cit ... 964-8351 435 E. MADISON ST. t.

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; \ "IIi II I, -- t .Lack.Of Decals Delays Boat RegistrationLaws 422 CHURCH N. St. OF Chair GOD St. 1m.7:30:. Prayer p.m. -Meeting L. S. Williama Friday

I I Home :' ; 1 I lakes. ponds streams or any Sunday School 10 a.m.

I II requiring the,-registration -i Bother appropriate length. Morning Worship 11 a. m
II I waters in Florida. Under Cash Paid for Good Clean

I I I x and laying down ,safety the former law the safety equipment According to the new law f Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Y- Rats. Jo Khakis or Wool All
//H bulletin Demonstration rules for aU boats plying Flor-
Ii ida waters have'been, passedby f and lighting requirements I boats under 16 feet and those I Ii (f PE each Wednesday 7:30: p. Cetton. Brine to Telegraph.

.r ,:applied only to motorboat's from 16 to less than 26 feet
' NotesBy .- the' 1963 Legislature but j t 16 feet or longer. Motorboats !i! must carry one white light aft
registration procedures
1' are under 16 feet in which is. visible for two miles ;; '
; ; bing) delayed by a lack of | i! Health Facts
length and boats
propelled by .I in all directions and one comi .
Dorothy Ross properly printed decals Tax
Collector J. R. ,Kelly said means other than machinery i bination red and green running : -', Kendrick Smith M. D. writing in theh"x
Home Demonstration Agent .-- -_ 'were excluded from the state 1 light on the forward deck f
W nesday. ; ., New York Medical Journal reported theII
I law although subject to federal
F I : which is also visible for one '
Kelly said his, office received requirements. I I f following case!
; --I I Wednesday a' letter from mile. Exact requirements on II\-; : 'i- "The most severe case of kidney pain
; Formerly Florida law
l 'T : Vacations but its and the other more elaborate : mere- i all safety rules may be obtain- .
are good ] pie the State Board of Conservation i which it has been the fortune of this
ly adopted the rules and
1 ,
I 4 : regulations -j ed from the local sheriff's of-j
always to but both involving several -
pretty nice ,
Iv.J come I spelling out the requirements I
11 Coast .. writer to see, one attended by a dozen
of the U.s. I !
flee or the office of the county -
home even if it is hot weather. processes such as boiling, I for registering all boats I i'
members of the staff of
/ Guard relating to boating a great Boston
; Cooling off nit in the I i, simmering, making and fry- for the i i judge. Regulations pertain- Dr.
1963-64 but he Bollingt'r
__ | ., year ;
safety equipment and runping hospital where the unani.
i { ing to boat registration surgery
I 1 t : mountains we enjoyed the ing. The portable applian said he has not received'the maybe I
I [ lights, Under the new i obtained from the office mous advice after exhausting all other regular
-v' oeauty Of the mountains and required less electricity [but proper: decals. It will be two pro-
I state law the Coast ,Guard! of the tax collector. ceedures was cured instantly by spinal adjustment of
7; he charming homes found more time] than the range, to three weeks, at l least; before j
/ ,. .. ,.' requirements; were spelled out I Ii the 9th dorsal vertabra which was out of position."
there. These homes were sur- when the same menu was !'the decals can be' printed and II i
$ __ I 'and-in addition all boats are
; : J rounded with green mowed cocked on both. Electricity for distributed belaid.Conservation Ii I Spinal adjustments often prevent surgery and restore -
-_ __ ___ 'I required 'to'carry an oar or i Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
? ". ]lawns, usually a vegetable cooking the more elaborate Board Director i health, after every thing else has failed.In .
A. anchor and of Bradford Telegraph.
r .- t ; garden and bright colored meal once a day for a year Randolph Hodges said in the t peddle." a rope County Starke the Chiropractic Health Center is located at

p. :- 4- : :c flowers blooming in the front I would cost about $8 less'fo'r letter to., Kelly that the will 426 N. Walnut Street

L' ., yard. the portable] appliances than i ask, the' board 'for:, 'a second Insurance Cases Accepted
: This was a challenge to us! the range at 2.5 -* a kilowatt I 30.dayextension, to Sept-,

'A.ww. MI Girls hour. and $9.75 less at 3 for boat registration.: The

J, 4-H girls and leaders learn'. cents a kilowatt hour. deadline has already'been extended -

4 .. ed the use and care of small Bride's Packets one 3Q-
ti ; ; electrical appliances :Monday The Home Demonstrationoffice ',July rto.Lu, ..i. 1(GUARANTEED RENEWABLE ii11I >

afternoon in the Home Demonstration :-! is assembling a packet I I Owners :of new! Mats'' and !

'i office.In for brides that should prove! smalj} boats, which iave. beenregistered' 1I I Hospital Surgical Insurance for All Ages I II II
Raise helping the girls use the to be very useful to them. under any previous 1I I

good pullets at appliances Miss Alice Jonesof The packet contains bulletins I law are required to register I I I PAYS REGARDLESS OF OTHER INSURANCE: I I

Florida Power & Light Co. on consumer i n ormation now. Tax Collector Kelly said.
low cost I,
the Purina WayThere's showed them how to make home decorating, and family They will be given a :reglstr -

cookies candy doughnuts, business such as-When You tion .,. I
certificate-and jfceir decal il
and popcorn. Buy Color Schemes Stain Removal will $ AGO
I a reason so replacement be mailed them .later I $1
many pullets bare Attending were Linda Edwards Attractive Meals in. ,
raised directly fr,oi, Tallahassee.This II I 18.50 "4mo. I
the Purina Way. It's because you can raise, Sandra Huggins Kar- Less Time and many others. requirement' is so that PRl Hft I il mo. 65

good pullets at low cost. The Purina Program is en Gissey. Mrs. James Edwards : These are free. You may every )boat' plying Florida waters '- N C

simple-start chicks on Chick Startena and feed Mrs. Jerry Stanford, get yours at the Home Dem- will be' registered sunder : i il I AGES$6O 00 I

and Miss Dorothy Ross. onstration Office in the Court one of the two'.l.. ws. Kelly Children
light breeds just four pounds from hatch to 8 weeks. Automatic Cooking Appliances House Annex or by calling us said. ..:,. .- L $1 II I I'I
This gets them off to a fast, safe start. Then, follow Substitute for a Range at 964-2865. The post office Owners of' boats 'which are il mo. Under 18 mo.

with the Purina Controlled Feeding Plan that we Four automatic portable box number is 267 in Starke.Let's already' 'registered Under tHe '

will cooking appliances can makea previous state law are askedto" ''I World _Wide Coverage No Dues or Assessments .1
recommend and fit to
your particular needs. good substitute for an electric -, '
wart to'. *
register their boats: OLD EQUITY LIFE INSURANCE CO.
range and the utensils for the 1963year I
CoGardening until the Form
Purina-raised pullets come into production with lots to use with it, and they cost e :1 DS.1'I
I new; dec 1s'arriyj... :,-... the, ,cOllec.,; :
of large eggs..with low considerably; less. The four tor.said.
electric in the FLORI A HEALTH AGE Cl'-INC-S-I7"GS-; :
appliances used
Under the n w.law 'I
layer-house mortality. andwithlOnglayinglife.Theykeep registration -
research were a 3-quart sauce- I for i P. O. BOX ,5155, JACKSONVILLE 7. FLORIDA I
: boats?; under ..12
MICRO.MIX pan. 5-quart saucepan, fry feet -wiU-"cost fish/from 12 I PLEASE FURNISh ME FREE INFORMATION

paying off'for the good care pan and portable oven[ roas- By llerv y' Sharpe to less than ':16 feet, '$5.50; il about .thl'i low costplan. 1

and attention you've given r ter or rotisserie], costing ina Florida Agricultural Extension. from 16 ,feet 'to .less; than 26 Name .__
II Ag--
total of $116. Used for com -------- ------
Service feet $10.5O.and1from 25 to BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH
Come in and let I
soon us PURINA parison were a 30-inch electric less, than,,40 feet, "3050. tinder Jlddress ________-____________-__-____________
supply you with all your chick- POULTRY( range and an ordinary. CIIRYSANTIIEl1Uf1SChrysanthem the old law boats
need care- 'were City.------: _______ ZOije_ State
fry 3-quart and 5-quart Ins I ----------
starting, pullot-growing needs.CROWS pan registered Jy,the size of motor .- I
saucepans, costing $165 to. ful attention now if you an- _
I they carried with ones:10 N'T 3 - - -
$275, depending on the typeof i ticipate showing them off as horse and,under gettingby I. _
-:-- i -- -
i Florida PestControl range selected. home-grown corsages at spol t- 'fr, e. : :'. .'_ 4,S'", "

The four portable appli- ing events this fall. I' ,, !" I' ,
Boa..registratlo, !
to is good expires, _
ances not only less Disease prevention June : b
30 ach year und.er'the :
& Chemical Co. buy but less to operate aswell. insurance for profuse flower- 1963, law.:Kelly said.- ; : :\

Home economists of the]I ing. Daily inspections will :'. ,IS"" ,
I The! new boat ,"registration, .. _
Agricultural Research Service premium payments. r'. I "
; _
539 E. Call St. Phone 964-3963 I I I as law *ent' into effect ,at 12:0: ,- ____
I .
learned this by cooking two Keep an eye out for septoria \ ,
I Wednesday July 10.. according .
1 . a 8 a 8. . '. I types o'f meals one fairly sim-. leaf spot mildew botrytis and to ,Kelly unsigned: :by 'Gov. ': "':

-.-.- -. ., ., .. ._BBB_._.___ I ray blight- the worst plagues Farris Bryant. "r-r:0 Words or lese, OM tlmo __- .95 Memorials! Resolution k per wort

'".; of mums. A passed-.the'- ,.?; ( ,-' ; If not pllldlD. .advance ,_ 1.00, Cards of TbaiiksQ'to,5S word. 2M
law 63, -
Septoria spreads easily in legislature and'signed by] GoY: ..' ', Keyed or Blind Ads __: -_ 1.00 Over 50 words L 5c per wart

ii wet weather. The fungus shows Bryant 'spells ':out f iY" ,equipment I (- Each additional word over 20 ._- 05 Display ada 1 in Classified ,_ 1.50 per bdI :
as small greyish-brown -
up i '
to'be used 'on.'all I .. '
I spots on the leaves. The Centers b : .' '
)joats plying Florida waie $. snArc WHY'PAY RENT? Own your Bradford County- The County -
of the spots become brit-
That law became effective July AT, REDUCED RATES own Mobile Home.. As low
as of Planned
tIe. The disease usually begins AUTO FIRE BOAT I
1. ,
$395.00 down. Use
your car.
$1.14 at Telegraph.
with the lower leaves and i DOYLE E. CONNERp !
Under' the boat furniture for down
:'newvU.tfctnesafety : ,* F
. works upward.You '
.regulations-ipply-'to:a11 Phone '361-1501, .. payment. TRAILER MART FOR SALE-5 acres of cleared

__, can control septoria vessels! operating 1.-, 'yp n th? : ": : :!.. t' ttchc INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468 I land, 1 V2 mi. east of Starke.
'. ... .. with weekly sprays of Captan East Palatka. EA8-1050.tfchg Good clean all modern large
4.ii yfyij Hwv ,77.JJTiu J. u.rjnTriTfBT T"- .T-JP1"* it j nfm f f JT lu i. : f Hlt Ti i fm+ ? .rTt.ig ln'* navigable waterways inland I
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: ferbam or zineb, according to ticme. 3 bedrooms family
HOUSEWIFE earn extra mon- Read The ]
I Dr. R. S. Mullin plant path- -, 'w 33 Apply in Sarah room, 1% bath; beautiful fireplace
time selling
_ Tobacco, Leasing :. ;: in 'Person.. Federal Quality ey spare I F YOUR NAME IS Beauti-Pleat drapes
ologist with the Agricultural : .
Coventry Jewelry. Contact -
__ :tfchg
wall to wall carpet lots of
Extension Service. He suggests Bill Passes House Griffis 111 E. Washington. FOUND AMONG THE
FOR RENT ': ,2 built in
alternating between ferbam ': bedroom unfurnished tfchg. cupboards. Shop and
LOOK WHAT 25c i and zineb until the buds begin Goes To SenateCongressman house. 307 N. Cherry L. D. Vining AT THE TELEGRAPH, barn combined. $12,800.00.
nI showing color and then 'USe -SU, Apply Bradford Engineering Homestead no taxes. Also
i only zineb. D. R. [tBillylMatthews' ',Company. tf chg COINS BOUGHT OFFICE FOR A FREE Simplicity Tractor and imple

FLA. GRADE "A" C i Mildew is another fungus< has" announced that FOR SALE 1961 Ford' 'Fairlaae EXCHANGED TICKET TO THE FLORI- ments. 2 cows with calf 18

you may discover. It will ap his bill 'to extend for two l Fordor Sedan. Will tradeon I[ Pay current market value cnickens and other articles
r FRYERS LB. years.the privilege *of',leasing !obi1e', home and pay. diff for old coins: Indian Head DA THEATRE. can::' go with sale. Telephone
pear as a whitish powdery '
I, tobacco allotment e "enee. .See at .Crawford's Pennies, Gold''Colns, Cominemoratives 964-3043, Starke Fla.
growth on the surface acreage ,
upper has passed the House of Ttnneco on'. N. Temple Ave. Medals Tokens, FOR RENt4 room house. ,4tchg 8-15
PIG TAILS 2 IBS. i of leaves and tender portionsof Representatives ; tfchg Foreign Coins. -
the stems. Control mildew on the' consent Newly decorated inside. 2blocks FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room.
Denver R. Devrick

NECK, BONES 2 IBS. !i with Karathane.weekly applications of calendar.This gressio'nal; "-action concludes' on :the Con-bill. insurance, Problems? D 416&E W Brownlee Auto Supply St.tfchg.. heater from space school.heater Hot and water gas 2 large bath corner house.lot. utility newly decor-room,

the COl1oaressmah'gaid. and the Call The Man From range furnished. 381 W. Wel- ated inside 210 E. Adkins St.
Bctrytis is a of
I scourge ,'f1'RA'ELER win St. Themas E. Lewis 964- key next door tlch,.
i nOrl rs. The mum petals de- measure ,Is now .cleared for "
LBSI7 ','George E.: LaRue, PEYTON flORIST 0354. or 1116 W. Pratt St.
HOG MAWS 2 l ve'r'D little brown freckles and I Presidential approvaL 8-1 FOR SALE-Reasonable pric-
Keyitbno. Heights Agt, For 119 S. THOMPSON ST. 2tp
ed used Televiaions.
then the entire petal beginstc ; This action"applies: to the Refrig
rot and often enveloped L 1964 and 1965 crop' years, Traveler ,Ins. .Companies" PHONE 964-4155 W. H. Lee era tors. Washers. Excellent
PIG FEET---2LBS. Tel., 473-4692 Day.47S4325 Condition. BuUlngton Appli:
; in a grey mold. Use zineb to Matthews said NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1021 .
.. .,, 'Nites. EW AND USED-Chain saws ances. tfchf
control the disease. The measure is of 'especial DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS '
Auto; Fire Home $50.00 all makes.
T Business up. Repairs
t I Ray blight infected flowerheads Interest to Bradford growers, '
We Wire Flowers Anywhere Lawn sales and
.' M'oathly mowers ser
-- Payment Plan
SMOKED i SMOKED ALL lIEATSTEW ; have chocolate-covered 1 with small allotments. This : Available tfchg vice. Your McCulloch Dealei HASTINGS MATTRESS

2 : petals and a dark brown base! year'37 out of 107 growers I to --- Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivn & UPHOf-STERY WORKS

i on the florets. Use the same the' county, leased their acre- .,;'. ,. tf chg. ''I FOR SALE- One table model N. East, Gainesville Fla. 6-

BACON PICNICSLB. i, treatment for ray blight as -A2P--_ G.E. electric ironer. $35. One 3411. ttchlElectra 710 Lemon St. Falatke

suggested for septoria. Cong. Matthews :said that Forte RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished portable typewriter in case Furniture Repaired,

I: There are several insect during the '1962 crop year tobacco house 0 n Grill $15. 4 chrome dinette chairs Upholstered & Refinished
that attack chrysanthemums. acreage'-allotments-were: Loop. ,Phone, 964-1682. Avail- $2.50 ea. Mrs. Smith DeVoe, -T ronies, Inc I

LB. 39c 33c LB.59c : However, the hardy plant isn established- fo? 572.462: ,,farms, able Aug. 1. ltp corner Adkins and Orange Sts.UP Industrial Division Sales Serv MATTRESS2S REBUIL1

I often damaged to any great with a tota acreage ,of,: ,li-' FOR 'RENT -Kingsley Lake 'ce, Repairs on )Motors Gen New Innersprings

,! extent by these vegetarians. 235,510. During that, year acreage Modern robins, bath apart- FOR RENTHouse trailer. jrators Switching atd ConiroLi and Box Springs

Aphids may take a liking to) allotments' were leased ment. .Available ''Sept. 1 toJiaie Can be moved on your lot. J. : Welders and Tools, Powe
1 U. S. GOOD the tender mums. Often a her I from 20,347 farms. to, 17.148 J5. Phone 533-2952. Itp B. White. 2tchg 8-8 Conversion Transformers. Drop Us A Cd or Call

: of friendly insects will devour farms. FOR SALE-Used metal roofing Service' and Repairs to AH FALATKA JZA -91(1

Cubed Steak lb. 79I e a colony of aphids. But if you I Total acreageleased-hY 1962 .'14-fV and '18 ft. lengths. FOR SALE-14.ft. Norge refrigerator Heavy Industrial Electrical STARKE 881-5914

I Chuck Steak lb. SSc fear that nature is not on yow r was 28.168'acres' :which'was: PBone :, 964 3991. Itchg class condition.with 80 lb.Also freezer.1st 4 ft.. Equipment MRS. PEGGY 8HALLEX,
I side try a malathion spray reduced to 25571 a c r esI MAMA 'PRIEST KINDER- cold spot deep freezer. Can be 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. Glrffl Starfce. Agent

A near-microscopic varmint I V through adjustment 'of yields GARTEJi Open 'House and repaired. See at-637 N. Wal- PHONE 872-1280 -U

I that can .suck the mum leaves 5J 1 as provided inPublic Law 87- ,registration August 27-28. 9 nut 8-8 LI chg.
LOOK $1.00 FOR RENT 3 rooms and
: r'' 200. Thus the-totat acreage ajn 'Uj-
dry is the spider mite. Leal r I II > ajn." .and! 2 p.m.-5 p bath furnished house. Newly
Injury shows up as mottled I j approved for transfer in 1962 m. 5tchg-8-29 FOR SALE-2 bedroom home. decorated. Phone
BRISKET orRIBSTEW \ was about two of the Excellent condition. No WE DONI'sell 9642281.tfch
r and off-color yellow. Suggestedcontrol \ percent KEWLY DECORATED furnished reas- *

measures include malatnion ..1 I total allotted., apartments. One and onable offer refused. 515 St. you we help you buy

__. ) Aramite. Kelthane and 1 I two, bedrooms.: Reasonable. Clair st. Call or write R. D. Good selection of new anc FOR RENT Furnished a-

HAMBURGER MEAT Ovex. t first pinch is made 'when the Lights, and" water furnished. Acker 1133 N.W. 22nd Ave. jsed 8' and 10' wide Mo- partment at.'rear of store 321

,- --- j I Contact: 431 Center St. or Gainesville or FR 2-3293. Itchg oile Homes. N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.
CUtPORK Thrips are warm weathei r j plants are about:eight inches .
END phone 64-7191 or 9646551.: LAKE GENEVA tfchx
insects that damage flowers; tall removingabout one-half 'tfch SCHOOL DAYS means added
: ,
CHOPS ,. LBS. They are tiny, slender pets about .. of the stem 'leaving three expense! Turn your spare
i 1 ml SE ot Keystone Hta Miss Anne, McCullough
: WsT.Ladies'; .
1-32 inch long.Malathiot Ij j sets of leaves. Later when the yellow-gold hours 1 into profitable ones
GA. RED HOT Crcton, wrist watch between with Avon's on Route 100 -
recommended I help. Territory
and dieldrin
are ;
lateral stems or "breaks" are FOR RENT 4 rooms and
SAUSAGESPARE fox halting attack of thrips. i Khoel; and -Walnut Street open in Kingsley Lake area. tfchi
six or ,so inches long pinch hall Duplex unfurnished
: Rtward- 64-2881. tfchg Write Mrs. Donna Burns P. O
Foliar nematodes may ap.* them back to three sets of'e 'I t--- house. Private entrance $35.00
RIBS- '' FOR..-SALE. Baby bed and: Box 448, Gainesville. Itchg FOR SALE
pear in your mums. These ;i leav s. I( per mo. 708 Lake St. Phon;
mattreSs, ; $6.00., Phone 782- r Ready mix concrete concrete
- nests destroy the leaf tissut_B i 1 964-7964 tr
By careful choiceof varieties! ; WILL TAKE CARE of children chg
BEEF LIVER 3781. Itp block, house piers sand ceaent. -
between the viens, causing Ibro'A"Iling L : you canenjoy'. chrysanthe>, day or night. Also washIng -
mortar mIx roct, steel BE SURE TO SEE World
W&N'i'ED50 Book
to 100
acres ,near
I of wedge pIe'
a or ;, mums from September through or Ironing Phone 964-352
: Lawtey in: exchange for 1 crater shell limerock. roo! I before buying any other En-
shaped section of the leatoull 8-16
'! Christmas orlater. If are;
you Hntels.
: family fioiise and or vacant gravel. BRADFORD I cyclopedia M. A. Payne your
find malathion usuallj r'set up to control ,.light you.- lots' -Jacksonville.. R. H. FOR SALE- Ford tractor used ENGR. CO. Phone S64-2521. 'j local representative since 1958.

OPEN' |CLOSE effective in halting these pestif s may cause the mums,to flower JohnsoTV-SOl NJL 48th St. refrigerator used gas;, Starke. tfchg !I P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794.
you apply the material be- Like food freezer.
the year around. ra list of. ami. Fla. Mi'I'I range. new tfcht

7 A. M. I WE STOCK A OUPUTE LINE OF'GROCFRIES I 10 P. M. lore too severe.the infestation become s;i garden chrysanthemums for'I WOULD LIKE TO BUY- Phone 964-7191. tfch Mrs. Sara Hunter FOR SALE-3 bedroom housein
| orida.;
secure Florida. Agricul-
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED In ExteiisJon-Service .j earthworms at ,my place 21 ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE Saratoga Heights. James A.
case neophyte Circujlar
are a
607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 you : I miles S on Road 100., Mrs. H! SALE AT BRADFORD COUNTY -Doyle Conner Farm, North Sullivan. Phone 964-8084.

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1. 1963
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;. .. !:;-* counted on the bus, when they 9:45
I'h. Presbyterian Church ajn. Morning Worship
: get off before .
entering the
: ; 11 ajn. Junior Choir practice. THE RIGHT POINT JOT "
.'i>;;'3 water again .when they leave
c, ,.- ,'" the H. Walton Grady, Minister Youth Fellowship 6 pjn. Eve way yon write. Cm taelect u4
"" water and finally a last ,,, ning Worship. 7:30: pm. your faverit*--ESTBU
: tune when they are all back
Week of ROOK Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH.
Aug. 4-10
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Pensacola on the bus- Thursday Senior Choir '
Trip Needs Financing .: \ .
,:; .. Each instructor also counts Sunday Sunday School ract1ce. 7:30: pjn. .

Baseball fans in the Starke area long drive to see the game each night '] i j I i his while students they are numerous in the water times,I II

are this week being given an opportunity last week, and doubtless there will be |! and the entire program is op-

to demonstrate their interest in a large group from here at Pensacola |! crated on the buddy system.
a very tangible and practical wa The students.must
) 4 I have a
next week.
The entire community was justifiably I; partner before going into the TELEGRAPH
proud last week when the Starke But there's a little matter of finances water and each is responsible fn ESTABLISHED 1879E.

team won the Dixie Youth Baseball that must be taken care of in | for the other's safety while # L. MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISH
District Tournament in Brooksville order to keep 16 boys and four coaches swimming.I o> ,
and this in Pensacola all next week-a matter I FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON
feeling of pride will be redoubled '
as the boys leave Sunday to of around $250 or $300 dollars. j NEW RIVER BAPTIST TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD .: ,

play in the State Tournament at Pen Unfortunately, enthusiasm alone does J CHURCH PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED. SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE

sacola. not pay expenses of this kind. Only Sunday School 10 a. m. POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3. I87
cold, hard cash will do that.
It would take I Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
a mighty indifferent IN TRADE .
I person not to have been If you are interested in the Dixie Training: Union, 6:30: p-m. Eve ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX: MONTHS $2.00
Youth SIX .25
the scene last Saturday morning as a Baseball program and agree ning Worship, 7:30: pjn. Mid MONTHS .
bus load of victorious boys rolled into that it is doing a wonderful job of week Prayer Service Wednesday
keeping our youngsters wholesomely 7 pjn. Everyone welcome.
I Starke behind a police escort that met -1 I
them at the county line, and were occupied during the summer vacation Members of Coach Da\id HI rse's advance swimming class
greeted by thrilled parents and friends months, perhaps you would like to sail into the Mater in a race in the Summer Swimming Pro
at the Pratt Street Playground.: A hap have a share in helping to finance this gram at Kingsley Lake.

pier bunch of boys you'd never want trip to Pensacola next week. If so, HURSTS STOKE'S
to see, and they were fairly: bursting your contributions will be most welcome I Director Jim Temple Says;

with pride and enthusiasm over their and' may' be left with G. S. New- Sinclair Service Sinclair
comb at: the State Bank.Let's Service
exploits the district meet.
Swimming Program
, match ,our enthusiasm with our 709 S. WALNUT ST. 542 W.
The Dixie Youth program is get MADISON ST.
dollars and let the Dixie Leaguers
ting wonderful backing locally, and
around fifty spectators from Starke know, they have the financial, as well Finest In State"We've

attended the final game in Brooksville as' the moral backing of the community.

Friday night. Some fans made the got the finest swim
ming program of any county
I know and I've seen 18

Rushin' Roulette or more," <" '''Ii" .. ,'.". ,.'.;......",,
tor Jim :. ...' .yfM
Bradford "'9 Vlfi; ;

From time to time newspapers car You, who drove your mechanically swimming ''. "$'. .r\4"t. ,.' 1J. ..
f. 3
ry accounts of one of the most reckless perfect car in good weather on a erates '.. ... .':-. ...,"";,..': liex 12ays Only l
the : .. '
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and inexplicable acts of civilized straight road-too fast. ,";;. ':. { : _
man-the game of Russian R ulette. You, who passed on hills and curves. Over ":;..'.f-'''- \i"A, ; ;.

What a fool, we think of the victim, You, who drove after drinking. summer in the '.:, :, '?::1

to bet his life on the chance of spin You, who violated the rules of the. the ,'. ... '. :;'
ning one of the five empty chambers road and failed to yield the right of before 1:'o." !. :
against one that contains a live car way. few -

tridge. You, who handed over to your teen- to do so
Yet every year Americans by the aged sons and daughters the controls sessions
millions, in a senseless game of Rushin' of a hurtling ton of steel propelled by to attain

Roulette on the highways, bet their the power of 300. horses without giving roll in
lives equally recklessly that the spin them a realistic understanding of the i ing class

ning wheels of their automobiles won't forces they were attempting to handle swimming
result in death or injury. The comparison You, who drove too long without in"As the '
is apt, for the overwhelming majority rest, who pushed on home late at night children '\ f

of casualties, like those from after a long, fatiguing weekend of play. security .. J .
Russian Roulette, are the result of Yes, Mr. Driver, 87% of accidents Florida .....-
heedlessness or deliberate chance-tak causing highway death and injury in .! ,.

ing. 1962, the statistics coldly say, were with
More people were killed on our the direct .result of violations of rules swim,"

streets and highways in 1962 than in of the road, excessive speed, driving on All-- a-. "- ANDYOUR
any previous year 40,500 thus the wrong side of the road, failing to,[ his child Diving Instructor Elden

"breaking a record" (if that is the 'appropriate yield the right of way and reckless get them ] gives, pointers, to a
phrase) that had stood. since driving. I says. j'ost beginning his sta
1941. Like 'the fool who plays Russian "Per \ I

Rushing down our ,highways and Roulette with a1 six-shooter, the man any teach other I .. '.'" '''' R'r.' ..._ __ Q qtinE.
byways, the spinning wheels and steel behind the wheel needs nothing more says. He --

bodies of our automobiles also maimed than his own will power to avoid the facilities,

more persons than ever before.',By, the horrible consequences of his action.I i ifiom ,
end of the year, 3,345,000 persons had For the: best, of automobile and high ./ OFF

been injured. way design, like, the best of the gun- any he ..I / P,
Yet this senseless destruction of human maker's art, isof no avail if the A dozen :
life and limb need not go on. The weapon beit. auto or revolver-is' I

principal cause of accidents is the per wielded by a reckless and careless per each of YOUR CAR
son most able to avoid them, the man sonand; if the obvious, rules of common ming
behind the wheel, the man who holds sense are: blithely ignored by the morning.
the gun. chance taker.- according | .
Not safety belts- Occasionally the bullet in the six- instance, --II:
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Not better superhighways shooter is badly: aimed, and the player ent at Instructor Charles Francis
Not mechanical improvements in of the game survives his folly-maimed 148 at the 'instruction in the back

auto design but, not kill d. In such cases, he rarely 274 to a beginning swim
Not padded instrument panels nor tries to play the game again. struction '

deep dish steering wheels Can it be, Mr. Driver, that you will Kingsley ,
Not stiffer license requirements abandon' this monstrous game of carelessness lessons are I ,

Not any of these can put an end to : and chance-taking in 1963? none in S '
this wild national game of roulette on Or. will 'you,, like the idot vainly spin to most ::
the road. ning the gun"chamber, point an automotive and .
All these things help, but the finger bullet at your own head and pull 1 Men's -IS ALL

Df statistics is not pointed at the engineers the. trigger with your own hands? are also 't'f ,

and designers; it's pointed at Herbert J. Kramer dren Four to .... -, -- -..,... -...

you, the driver. Travelers Insurance Co. each day.

Brooker ; !

_,_,.,... .._,., r ." .,_ .,.,.,. .....,. .,. 1M rFarmer's .mean the foolish a baby practice or of'joyriding" a I Ii Lake ton and and plus 6.70x15 fax, VOUt' P.ft..v

ford.. blackball ...
i youngster on a tractor as a
stunt: Many farmers follow the lake- This little cntie decided it tube-type: tireFor
> the rule of allowing no riders from all just too cold, and uses
By Sam McGarvej Orl'8! tractor, and of course Bradford large towel to good ad

in the mountains .of New! means chUd no' "en.helpless tots oryoung day.Southside tare. a Goodyear Nylon

York and at the' shore hiJersey. Students
She took one look at *. es : to advance to a high 'with Tufsyn Rubber !
Sam and said "What's happened Picked some of our Orient and station.
? You look different! pears; this,week and they are entering The'average student can be
,. the biggest, heaviest pearswe've obtained a. .competent swimmer
ever seen. Right now short distances in approx- rWe'll mount up a Brand New Nylon All-Weather "42" Tire on
He replied: Tve eaten so
|I they're hard as coconuts butthey'll I ; two weeks of regular your: rare You'll be riding on a Guaranteed Goodyear Tire made
nan? pot pies that by now I are Temple ,
:r. soften and become i according to Di with exclusive 3-T
must look like one. Just put lone Miss Triple-Tempered Tufsyn Rubber.
better hi the kitchen where .
Opening prices on the High me in the pre-heated over Richard Temple.At
the varmints can't get at
Springs Tobacco Market were! and cook me for 45 minutes John Station 1 the children .
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them. We look for the rascals '-
good good Quality and it tobacco looks now will bring as if I and no doubt. I'll. look. better." to raid the tree any day now e Francis W s. j I J en their to breathe eyes under properly the wa-to .- -;._,-- .. .: , .. ... ,- .:_.._ .. - '- ---- ,- =: .-.-:. _'," :

as they are not handicapped and to
release a cramp. At
last I
did Clark
as much as it year Often a farmer has trouble and
by false teeth. 2
and even more. Sonr? student I they learn several ver
perhaps getting rid of a load of vege1 1 .
of the float, at No- 3 are
growers reported trouble cur tables at the, market but Any -
at' The experiment of adding! how to use their legs
rains "green I ;
ing ed" as the frequent leaves. Plant City grower had no|i a pinch of sulphur to the cat'sand pleted the .,4, the arm strokes, and: at $5-0 MORE FOR NYLONWHITEWA
trouble atall in ettin rid :ble to
I dog's feed as a, means of I I .5 they combine both the
of a load of tomatoes at the !gram.
Berry raisers already busy Jacksonville Market. He was; ridding them of flees has not I, vided ,into I! : and leg strokes to .begin ,
I been successful. Paddle was swim.
preparing land for the coming: Jred when he got there at! ing with I '
very busy scratching the other .At'station 6 they learn how
crop. Report we have It that'i I night, hired a man. to watch:\ advancing
they will set out earlier this'j'I the load and had himself 11!I day and when asked about Saving j jump into shallow and deep !
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and that the majority I H I, the sulphur "No good at all,"' -to dive, and how to
year night's sleep. Next 'morning- thoroughly l I )
will set the plants and then, the tomatoes were gone- and| I!j I he complained scratching: fe- II| while floating. They
mul- 'verishly.. "and in fact I think I also pass two tests using
later chins cover and with pull plastic the plantstju'ou so was his "watchman." the stuff turned them yellow I' just the I their-swimming skills be EOODYLAR'S NATIONWIDE ROAD HAZARD AND QUALITY GUARANTEE: AJ! New .Goodyear Auto Tires Are Guaranteed Nationwide in
h. L and now they're harder to mowing of I they can advance to Sta Writing: 1.Against normal Road hazards- i.e, blowouts, fabric breaks, cuts except repairable punctures. Limited to original
The tragedy in which a 4- lind." a rash of 7 and 8, intermediate owner for number of months specified. 2. Against any defects in workmanship and material without limit as to time or'mileage.
year-old Melrose boy was almost ad\'ancefswiTT1mfT\g. Once Goodyear tire dealers in the U.S. or Canada will make adjustment allowance on new tire based on original tread depth remaining
Old time practice around killed by ft tractor rotary Alice's patience hi watching lie and it complete the latter two and current "Goodyear price".
here was for a father to give mower recently should be ample our hummingbird was reward able out in they are eligible to
his son a cow with this admonition warning to all 'those who I ed this ,week when she finally on to the Junior Life Sav SAVE 3 DAYS ONLY!
: You keep this cow. persist in allowing youngsters I saw it alight on a power line program.Safety .

and the coy. will. keep. you. to ride on a' tractor; We're' and got a good look at it We started in is a factor that is ."-
not talking about boys who think it has a nest hi one of there is a stressed hi the pro HURST'S SINCLAIR. SERVICE
Last Thursday vgs a Great6ay 1 have been trained -by their the nearby! myrtle bushes. the way The students are count SINCLAIR SERVICE
at our home, for AUce returned fathers and who after.proper ,
server who at least twice before enter: CARL HURST
after a seven-week visit instructions are 'capable of Dog Days are with us now lot of 1 the water and'tw1c *more 542 W. Madison

ulth klnfolks ana friends up operating the "wlilng We : hot sultry weather when this year. they emerge. The1'are. 709 S.. Walnut Phone 964-6111-- Phone 9692301.1' '; .

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on the teaching staff at : Keystoner Arnold Larsen, is Hanks. j Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Vickers 'I Florahome.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS : University of Michigan. Thisis one of Jack's roommates. Mr. MELROSE Mr. and' Mrs. F. H. Butts recently visited Mr. and Mrs. 'I!!j GRANBIN Barbara Herring of Gainesville

their first child. Larsen 1 is awaiting surgery. spent the weekend at Jones Clarence Albrilton in Tampa :, I is spending theeek

Zip Zip Zip \ We are always happy to Beach. I and Mrs. Jack Rankin in Largo. -I with her aunt Mrs Callie i
Mrs. Alice RothbammervmvVvvvvvvvVVVVYyYV
By Mary K. Schaeffer By Cliarleyene Brantley
.- Mr. Zip is here in an effort hear from Bstte Church Valdez t Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Scarborough -, I i By Rye.Mrs.

to improve all mail serv- i a former Keystoner who j I of Frostproof were guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Ashton and I ... ..'.. t. Edith Brantley and

&AA&AAAAAkALALAAALAAAAAAA.IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiair -- -- ice. The ZIP CODE NUM- ;' is currently living in Boulder Warren-Sipprell I' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Vickers : children: have moved to their I,i\A Mr. and Mrs. Walter R.I; Bobby were visiting friends m ]

) Scout Day CampOpens Informative time. Attending BER for the Keystone Heights' City, Nevada. She is planning ;, Miss Kathryn Marie Sipprell on- Thursday. nome on Lake Lily from Jack- ':.: Harvey of Florahome ani Ormond Beach on ThursdayMr.

__ Third Season with Mrs. Glisson were Mrs. Post Office is 32656. and this I| to move to Eastern Texas' of Melrose and Pat Arrenj i Roy Fist and sister, Mrs. sonville. I i.I nyunce the birth of. a son,\ and: Mrs. Harris Her

Monday on Silver Lake Florence Forth. Mrs. Dorothy should be included in your i soon.Mr. Warren of Gainesville were Elsie Muma": spent last weekend : Recent guests of Mrs. Agnes Donald. Lee. on July 12, in, ring' Palatka. were visiting
= In answer to popular demand -: Martin Mrs. Bobbie Turner, return address following the and Mrs. Joe Dey and married July 20 at the Holy in Jacksonville with Mrs. Hanks were her brother- !|I Bradford County Hospital at Mrs. Vira Herring on SundayMr.

a two-week session has and Mrs. Bertha Jones. \1 .iame of the state. This way, children and Mr. and Mrs. Trinity i.scopaCl\ rch in | Fay Gray and Mrs. Nancy in-law and nephew, Ray !,i Starke. and Mrs. Jim Goodson

= 'teen planned for Brownies Party for Dianne your business and social correspondents George Schaeffer and child Gainesville, j Knight and children. i iMrs. I Hanks and son Mike of- Col: I Mrs. Annie. Capers and Mrs.I. returned to their home in Miami -

I -, and Girl Scouts at Camp Hi- Miss Dianne Parades i j will .know your I, ren enjoyed a fish fry on Sun- ,I The bride given in mar .' A., J. Witherspoon. and orado. They spent three weeks .,!: Lucile Terry of Putnam Hall after a two weeks visit

Mt- lo-pe-wa located on the .Lovrn -' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gil'!' ZIP number, making the mail l''! day at the Dey's home, cooking |::' riage by her father, is the ,i iI Mrs. Carl Hag lund attendedthe and have now moved to Keystone :-.. visited Mrs. Ella'Belisario] with Mr. and Mrs. Homer
-... property on Silver Lake in Parades, celebrated her 10th1: service back to you more I : eating the fish that | C..1.1Ii Bible Conference at Lake- Heights. | Sikes.
and Mrs.
I .laughter of Mr. afternoon.
Bradford: County Mrs. Fre-l i!. t birthday with a party at her :, prompt. i iI i ii George and Joe had caught in i i land." Mrs. Jack Jacoby and child .! Thursday Edward Varnes visited Mr

:::: iritmt: 'Tolles Director, announced -j I I Lake Geneva home on Friday I Miss Gladys Tillis, our post Lake Brooklyn. I Ii I i Murray Sipprell of 1i ose.1rs. I George P- Bippey is a ren of Middleburg spent the Mrs. Lorene Clay and son of and Mrs. H. B. Sikes Jr in
..... I Edson A. Warren of I II patient I Palatka spent the weekend .
this week. The camp. a {!|.! July 26, in the afternoon.!! master, tells us that all local | Sorry to hear that Margie 1 .,: in the. Medical Center 1 weekend with her parents, Mr.I Griffin; Ga. on the weekendCharle
'I --. part: of the Gateway Girl I There were games swimming i business mail coule1 be hand- ii j Hall is in the hospital again.i I' j: in Gainesville. following surgery and Mrs. J. V. Slade. I returned to Grandin
I \ and
I IW_ the bridegroom. I. I Mrs. Jackie Weeks I Ii with him to visit is grand;>u-
Scout Council's camping program and: refreshments for the i isd more efficiently if | She is at the University Medical on Thursday. Funeral services for Mrs.Uolley .
i at double of Grandin and Linda -
the senders would deposit it ear- !> Center in Gainesville in'l Officiating the 1 : Jim Price who : j
will be operated by local guests. Enjoying happy ;, D. E. Bruce' of Detroit, 74. was
; Archdea- Strickland of Florahonxe ents.Mr.
volunteers from 9:30: am. day with Dianne were Johnny i her in the afternoon. At the case her friends care to visit ring ceremony was I Mich., Bert Bruce, andIr a resident of Melrose for 60i I and Mrs. E. S. Stalling
I David down Six Gun Terri-
.-._- to 3 p.nv Mondays through Mike, Roxanne and Nor- I present time, says Gladys the her or send best wishes. con Frederick Yerkes Dr. J. M. Bruce of LaFollette i years, were held 'Tuesdayat-I were i of Gainesville visited Mrs Annie
-'II> Thursdays for two weeks be- I ma Valldejuli; Mr. and Mrs. greater portion of business Mrs. Nealie Rich is recup- i Stryker and Jack Janes Tenn. recently I ternoon at the graveside in i i tory at Ocala on Saturday._ I i Bikes on Sunday.
=" ginning August 5, and will I .Iarry Bleasdale and children II nail reaches the post office in j' crating- home following a t provided nuptial music.' :: with Mr. and Mrs. L. L.a Bruce.day ,|' Melrbse Cemetery. She. is survived -!:i Harry Grainger, Eugene I Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Win ,
i chapel i busi-
ui" featflre pioneer camping. I Harry, Sandra, Ginger, and the late afternoon causing! stay at the Bradford: CountyHospital. The bride worea Richard Tomlinson of by one daughter, Mrs, Brantley and "Zan. were -.: field, Candy and Bradley. of'

4SpecIal emphasis will be T Debbie; Dianne's aunt and 'i nurried handling in order to i I length gown of silk organza. Lake is visiting his mother Swan Frank Cox of Salt Springs; I|I. ness visitors to Bunnell' on Dayton, Ohio and Mrs. Lurv:

::.. .' placett on fresh water activities -i jncle, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell have it ready for dispatch Leo and Margaret LeBlanc : over taffeta. Miss Dodie War- Mrs. Ruth one brother Kell Denmark; Saturday.Mrs. Sapp of Hillsboro, Ohio are

which will include swimming Parades; her paternal grandparents shortly after 5 pm. I were recent visitors to Orlan- : ren was maid of honor and: : Chicago, Ill. Tomlinson in and a sister. Mrs. Ada Rober- Mary Parker and j I visiting Mr. and Mrs James }

I -=- canoeing, and sailing. \ Mr. and :Mrs. Elias She also tells us that our 1! do. II Miss Audrey Poore was brides- 1: Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Jack- i 1 son, of :Melrose.i daughters of Deland were visiting -I Sapp and. family for a few

\ An overnight camp is planned Parades; her maternal grandmother local office is showing a 40 I Miss Denise Szabo of Gain- maid. Mrs. Charles Grubbs and ; the Eugene Brantley.. daYS.
son I
I =.. for the Junior Girl Scouts,j i : Mrs. Sita Cabanas;; i per cent rate of increase over i esville has been spending some I and :Mrs. Samuel Taylor were i several weeks sons are spending i METHODIST CHUHC5 family on Sunday. I RUss Bessie Ridenour visited j
-... and a canoe trip to Juniper I her brothers, and: her cousins, I I last year-a sure sign of the time with her friends, Mist i I i i bridesmatrons. par- : MELROSERev. Weldon Brantley has?. returned friends in Savannah and Atlanta

=- Springs!! is a possibility for the I and Mrs. Yaeko Hinck and growth of Keystone Heights- I Bernice Brune of Keystone i Serving the bridegroom as ents.land :Mr.in and Mrs. Ray Bree-1 i from the Veterans Hospital .-I Ga. over the weekend,

b........ Cadette group Brownies will i Kathy Hinck, I'.1 If you will make a list of I Club Estates. The Szabo best ma.n3.5 Charles Grubbs. Tylertown, Miss. I' Kenneth W. Griffith in Lake City. He wishesto

=- be introduced to camp life i I Hubert lis Nine the addresses you use most family are former Club Estates Ushers were Gerald Taylor Mrs. Carl Cox is home after -I Pastor express his appreciation for PARAN BAPTIST CIIUtCUGRANDIN
'I i
Scott Sipprell Samuel Taylor, II J a brief stay in the Doc- j Sunday School 9:45: I.m.
,.. through simple campcraft activities On July 22, Hubert Few was I frequently the girls at the I residents. I': tor's Hospital in j the many cards and lettershe FLA.
which \\'iI11nclude out- nine years old. The son of Mr. Post Office will be happy to I!, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I' and Sonny Goosby. Starke. i Worship 11 a. m. received while in Lake

door cooking. The Older, and Mrs. Bill Few he cele- furnish you with the Zip Kurtzki and four children I I Miss Jeannie Grubbs was Air. and Mrs. Michael Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor

Brownies will be given an opportunity brated his natal day by gong Code Numbers to insure I!i from Montvale. N. J. are vacationing -!,! flower girl, and Master' Sam-- Hanks of Keystone are the I II TRINITY EPISCOPAL City.Christine and Charley I Sunday School, 10 am

to complete their .' on a deep-sea fishing trip prompt delivery of your mall.:' in Keystone Heights .i I my Taylor was ringbearer. \,, parents or a baby girl born: CHURCH MELROSE Brantley spent a couple of I Morning. Worship. 11 am

Tenderfoot requirements and I I with his father and two brothers -, For those. who find: it hard j,i at the White Feather Court, 'I After their wedding! trip to July 24 in Alachua General'I'I days. last week. with, their 1. Training Union. 7 00 p. m

t.ake part in a camp Fly-Up I and his uncle and aunt I It i to recall the Keystone Zip II | and visiting Mrs. Kurtzki's the Carolinas the couple will Hospital. She has been named Holy Days 10 a. IB., Holy' cousins, Debby and Arnold] Evening; Service 800; p. m.
Number but who have not' Dr. and Mrs. W..; be at home in Gainesville. Lorrie Michel. Maternal grandparents Sundays 10 a. m- Church I
Ceremony. I t and cousin. The trip was from I I parents, J. (i : Reed, at Lake Swan. | Hour of Power, Wednesday
Parents of girls with transportation Mayport and returned in trouble recalling telephone!J' Huchert, who live on Key- Presbyterian Church I t are Mr. and Mrs. D.1G. :. SchooL 11:45 a. m. Morning. II Mr. and Mrs. Underwood I night 8:00.: p.. m.

problems are askedto time for those on board to I i :numbers they might remem- stone Lake. While two of the'I Faith Presbyterian Church i 1 Ross, and Mrs. Agnes :: Prayer and Sermon First Cochrane of Orlando spent .

contact Mrs. Thomas J. get in on the excitement of''! ber that all Keystone numbers children sleep at their grand- Kindergarten is completing its Hanks is paternal grandmother. Sunday Holy Communion]. f I weekend,' with. Mrs. Ethel THE RiqilT POINT for tbe

}taws, Melrose 475-5891 who I the carrier hitting the tug- ere preceeded by a 3, and the I parent's, the other two stay at, plans for the year starting p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. Brockman. way" you' write.. Com$ In, and]

will I, boat. So all things considered first ZIP number is a 3l; night with their parents at Sept. 3. Mrs. L. O- Baldwin Rev. ani Mrs. Kenneth Griffith I I
serve as Transportation ; Miss Carol Allison, a mer- select favorite ESTER-
co-ordinatof. Waterfront directors it was an eventful day for hence, they can remember it the Court. I' and Mrs. John Webb, well- and children have returned -, Communion.The m aid at Weeki Wachee BROOK YOU Fountain Pen. TELK-;

will be Mrs. Walter Hubert. lIke a telephone number: 3- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dey are I trained and popular- will again home after spending Rev. Lee W. Heatoii I Springs spent the weekendGARDEN I' GRAPH.

Float and Mrs. John Kings- Wedding of Local Interest 2656. Just a suggestion. vacationing this week in Atlanta I 1. teach the class. A full three- .. weeks. -with relatives in I Vicar

bury both recipients: of Senior Friends of Miss Edith Harriet WeddingAlUlouneement I and in parts of Ten- I j piogram with special empha- Indiana including his par- ', .

Life Saving Awards at Young, daughter of Rev. I Mrs. Kay Lyon of Starke aessee. i sis on reading readiness and c-nts, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore !:

I the Rotary sponsored swimming and Mrs. James Russell Young, has announced the marriage! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Few ;, number concepts has been developed -' Griffith, in Clay City; and KEYSTONE: HflG HTS MELROSE!

program in July. Mrs. will be interested to learn ofIier I i of her daughter. Patricia Kay, I and son of Benoit, Miss. arrived -I along with out-door her parents, Mr. and Mrs. )I ..

Bill Beam will teach canoeingfor marriage to Stewart Craw- to Kenneth James Terrell son \ Friday July 19, to visit activities story music art ,. Prank Taylor, in Hardins- !

the third year, and Mr. ford West of Coconut Grove of Mr. and Mrs. Corbett M. I j I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few of East ;, science and rest periods.: The j: burg.Mrs.

& and Mrs. Edmund Dwyer will on Saturday, July 20, in the Terrell of Keystone Heights. i, Lakeview Drive. The two Few[i I school runs from 9 a.m. to I Rebecca. Brantley has I, BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES
The wedding which took'' nen are brothers. The two through Friday. moved to
Instruct the girls in sailing on Friendship PresbyterianChurch noon. Monday Keystone Heights. j I
Lake Geneva. Instructions in in Hialeah. ;lace in Folkston Ga., was | families have taken in all the This is the only kindergarten Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley : -

rowing boat will be all an event of July 3. The couple I local sights of interest and the Melrose and in- spent I I I Ii
a given Rev. Young, who is the pastor I'I'I in area. Tuesday in Palatka. [ SUPPLIES i RESTAURANTS
swimmers at the camp site. of the church, conducted i I was accompanied by the nearby spots of interest to :, terested parents may contact '! Miss Linda Joyce Rothhami -!I

Unit leaders and assistants the ceremony assisted by Rev. bridegroom's parents to Folks- tourists. The visitors left for Mrs. Baldwin. i visiting her uncles and T V Service Center TilE

returning for their .second home on Tuesday of this Methodist Church i aunts Mr. S Plants
Frank Alfred Mathes, minister ton.The i and Mrs. L. M-1 I J. R. TIIIES Proprietor Keystone\ Heights
and third year at the Keystone of the Granada Presbyterian groom is employed by I II week. The men of the Methodist Milligan, Mr. and Mrs. Don-

? Day Camp wuVbetMrs.- Church of Coral Gables. I the Triest-Construction Com-J J. .Johnny LeBlanc. .. of Montreal '-: Church::., 1fre 'cCnstructinO'] a ,. ali Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. !;!, Authorized Motorola Philco S Garden Supplies and Restaurant

1 Richard Lovorn, Mrs. 'Thomas Rev. Young also gave his I pany of Keystone Heights!: ,.I. ; Canada spent two 'days !:storage: .I4 ana L3 u'-i1fl'b ufl1ng tVlfgle Rowefln' Tulsa, Okla.f f,r Sales and Service Furniture W. E. Flakes, Owner-311T.
Garnar :Mrs.: John Kingsbury, daughter in marriage.The The couple will reside in' last week in Keystone Heights. 1 back. of the parsonage. I j Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Moody. Service On All Makes S Duralite and DuTout. Specializing In
Starke. Both are members of as the guest of his uncle and I
and, from Melrose, :Mrs. Joe are at their TV Paints
newlyweds are cur- Jublic Library cottage on Lake i RADIO STEREO
'I i Blue Plates with
Daurer. the Class of 1963 of Bradford : aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Le-
Volunteers working rently on a wedding trip The Story Hour which has Lakawana. They are from l\r1-j i Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals
with the camp for the first through Pennsylvania New, County High School. j|i Blanc, of the Club Estates. been well-attended again this I ami and just returned from I I S Wallpapers raInte.. ,'. Fresh VegetableaFOLD
time and who lease Be a Friend j|I Johnny was enroute to Mi- I I Keystone Heights, 4734651 Supplies BEER
k are receiving Jersey, and Massachussetts, ., ; summer will close Tuesday : a cruise to the Virgin Islands.
special training this week tinder after which they will be at This past week a number of ami for a vacation. t 1 Aug. 6, with stories given by : Mrs. Ruby Crawley and her,I Open From 6:00 AJJL Till-?!
the direction of Mrs. Tol- home at citizens have received letters |i Mrs. Halle Whitmore and I son-in-law I! AUTO SERVICE
3535 Hiawatha Court: I. Rev. Kenneth Griffith and a and daughter, Mr. i I Zike'sDecorating At the ttoplite Keystone lifts
inviting them to become iI
les and daughter Jean have returned
Mrs. Bill ,
Meserve, In Coconut Grove. and I I
with Mrs. Vance Powell Mrs.
party Harry
I McCullen and I _
Mrs. Tommy Mflllcan. and Friend of the Library. This I'i from Annapolis. Md. where I Terrell'sGulf -
The bride's parents are for. in charge. At that time, read- children of Meller, Ga. visited I I
letter was from Mrs. John !
Mrs. George P. Cromer. they visited about 10 days Lake
Any- mer Keystoners living here Win be' Mr. BrooklynRestaurant
i Certificates awarded i i and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley Service
Strong, of the local
j president
one with questions about with Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Day while
Young was pastorat I
j' by the librarian, Mrs. recently. Keystone Heights:
Camp is asked to contact the Community Church.. Friends of the Library, and.,I Parkinson and family. Mrs. I Albert The Story Mrs. Arthur Xew & Used Tires
i Spires. I, S. Rhoads of
Mrs. Tolles, 473-4138. Health During that time, Edith visit- I she the organization.We explained the. purpose of j i I Parkinson is another daughter -: Hour on Tuesday. July 30., i Jacksonville spent the week- '!I From $3.00 Up AU Sizes PHONE 473-3861 STEAKS cnopsSPECLIJZJXG
: i I
are ed them frequently and made, I end
with Lubrication
ask that fill was given by Mrs. John D. her sister Mrs. Mary Batteries Acces. LV
girls may be secured from many friends here. you please home they visited Dr. Mar- i
Mrs. Tolles. Recent Births I out your application, and sendit garet Shaw in Chapel Hill., : Ross. I j Robinson. I i!OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M.. SEA FOOD

Keystone School Lunchroom Mark Steven the along with the required amount N. C., and attended the BIannual -: Duplicate Bridge I Mrs. Dock Tison and children -!1 Keystone Heights, 4734279 INSURANCE ORDERS TO GO -
Bondreau to The winners of the MelroseI spent the weekend at!I
Personnel Mrs. Lewis :Muir,
Attend Seminar
recond son of Mr. and :Mrs. I Meeting : Jones II I
I Beach. j jt AUTO STORE 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplite
Vocational School treasurer of the Friends. of the American Association L I Duplicate Bridge Club for last r
Lou Boudreau was born in t W. L. Brinson
Mrs. C. L. Glisson and her Macon. Ga. on July 2. Mrs. I Personals of Colleges of Pharmacy. Jean,, {I week include the following: : Alachua is home from i I Western I Keystone Heights

staff at the Keystone School]I Boudreau [Barbara] was a i i Again we are happy to have whose field is pharmacy, enjoyed i, Miss Sally Mansfield and Mrs.1 Mrs. Cecil General Hosplial. j Auto Murrhee Insurance I

Lunchroom attended Vocational former Commercial Teacher | a good report on the progress seeing acquaintances i' Byorick first place; Miss Iva P. Justus Harris and Mrs.P. I Associate Store Beildier'sHoliday
being made by Jack Haber- i i Hillyer and Mrs. Mary Cook, of Welaka spent ,
: I
school course for lunchroom in KHS and was a favorite of I : from all over the country. Wednesday AgencyGeneral
workers in Palatka from stroh. While he still uses his I second place; Mrs.. Clyde : with Mr. and Mrs. ,I Appliances Major or Small Inn
L the
student body. i I R. M. Cason.
July 8 till July 19. Attending On wheel chair, he Is walkin FIRST BAPTIST Simpson and Mrs. Raymond ; Auto Accessories! Tires, RestaurantFoemeriy
July 7
Andrew John Mr. and
11 'he course were workers from Hall now and his doctor has recommended KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Crabtree third place; and Mrs. Ross Bass and I Batteries. Insurance
L was born to Mr. and Mrs. II i children of
:: school lunchrooms in Flagler,, John Hall that he walk to Mrs. Ed Kromer and Mrs. Jack I Bunnell were recent -i i. Sporting'G: s. Bicycles.
in Ann Arbor, Michigan -! J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph I i, guests of Mr. and Mrs. : C Hardware Fire Bonds Lawre ce'3 Dinette
..- Putnam, St. Johns and Clay j chow and to the commissary. ] Longnecker. Garden Casualty -
:r Counties. Mrs. Glisson said I : Mrs. Hall [Enid] was I And all this in lass than two Copeland Minister of Musle i i Personals I Clarence Ashley and family. f Supplies. Allied Lines COMPLETELY REMODELED|
an Intermediate
Grade Teacher -I weeks following serious SUfI and church organist. Mrs. John Simmons and I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
they all had a wonderful and I at I Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchin-
Keystone School a Services: Sunday School I children of Orlando spent the f Keystone Heights Tel. 413.U85j I. Full Dinners Louche -
I--- .. |I I gery.The numerous children and 9:45 a. m. Mormng Worship. i ion haye recently moved from week with her parents Mr. ;Electrical Contractors Ala Carte Italian Foods

,. grandchildren of Jack and 10:50 a. m. Training Union Jacksonville to their home on' and Mrs. C. A. Ford. Mr. Simmons -i J 1 Block North of Red Light

a: Gladys Haberstroh have been i 7:00 p. m. Evening servlcei,, Lake Opal. Mr. Hutchinson came up Saturday and ,(Jackson Electric Co. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
... 1 etlred from
: --- L; coming to Florida to see Jack ,| 8-00 p. m. You are invited to I|!'r Terminal Company.the Jacksonville,i they retured home Sunday. ,.ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, ,MILL\ WORK I -I

t-. : during his illness share family Prayer time wlUi : Miss Rita Tiller has returned -
and for the :i House Wiring, Electric; Range REAL ESTATE
: "BECAUSE I'MBEAUTIFUL. i past two weeks Haberstroh I Ricky and Teresa Johnson of home after spending and Water ;Heater Repairs I -
.w ." Drive has looked like Route II ST. AXXFS EPISCOPAL St. Petersburg are visitingix several weeks with relatives in i General Electric, Repair Work, C. J. Pete O'Connor I

I- I -.. i 66. Jack Jr;, and his daughter CHURCH COUNTY JI-DGE'S rornr Years. | Call "Toby" For: All Your I Keystone '

.. i-- t[I of South Williamsport Pa.. IN AND FOR RAD'ORDCOCTl City Clerk, Treasurer. Tax I Electrical Needs REALTOR
.. Summer Schedule: 8 a. m. :: FLORIDA. Assessor I
: & Tax
t T came about a week ago. William service each Sunday morning. In re: Estate of Two Tears.IDepectors Collector, for {I Keystone Heights Ph: 4349FARM Millwork ShopCABINETS REAL ESTATE
and his wife and Aiva X. Colson' deceased. ..
1 First Sunday Holy Eucharist:, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Election: ]
HOW ELSE left last Saturday for their Mrs. Mjrrtice Dennis Mrs. Er-
9::30 a. m. Other Sundays !II AH creditors of the estate of nestine Denmark. DOORS Keystone Heights! Tel 473-4237
home in Williamsport. Daughter -': I Ah'a X. Colson. deceased. are Foster.
Morning Prayer and Sermon hereby Charles Hardy Mrs. J. E. Har- & Ids Feed WINDOW FRAMES
I : notified and required to Co.
Joyce and her husband dy, Mrs. ..
PeggyShalIer, '
file Ray j :- "*
i Daily offices 8:30 ajn. and ;, any claims or demands H.
I HAVE Robert Mix of South Williams-, which they may: have against Stone Mrs. W. D. Thomas .SCREENS. Winifred
; COULD _ 5:00: p.m.Holy | said estate in the office of the Mrs. Margaret B. Williams. I C. M. BURKHALTER. JR. "
port here also Trio
... .. were and Gray-I Eucharist Wednesday county judge of Bradord Coun- Mrs. Owen Vaughn Mrs. Katharine -i\ FEEDS MterWj- .. CRAWFORDr
PA den Haberstroh and I 10 I' ty, Florida in the courthouseat Chism (alternate), Mrs. I Sub SU4e T. Order
am.THE Sue Miles (alternate Estate Broker
ton arrived Sunday from' ,, Starke. Florida.. within nix ) ,! FERTILIZERS Real

J WON 1.' Montgomery Pa., for a visit': I calendar the first months publication from the of dateof this unto In Testimony subscribe whereof.my\ name I here-and 'I. FARMERS HARDWARE Keystone Height 473-4283 LAke. ... Prppertje .. ,Acreaja .

And other relatives Mr. and notice. Each claim or demand cause the Seal of the said townto Raache Basineas .CU7
I ..,. ';0- i"If. Mrs. Walter Meitz from Fort RIGHT POINT for the : must he in writing and must be hereunto affixed this the I .Earlet&n I II ..
...j/- .. state the place or residence and TeL Melrote GR 5-5163 Homes JUcta.li"We !
.\ t you write. Come in and 16th day of July. A.D. UU.OFFIC'I.AL .
way ;
.',' ". Wayne, Ind. spent a few days post office address of the claim-
,, ,. .,. .. favorite ESTEE- ( SEAL) I Take A Personal IJ.r4In j
I select your ant and must be sworn to by' I
,- ,. -. . before going on South for RANDAL F. CHITTT I. Tour
the RequireoitnU
I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-{ claimant his agent. or his Mayor FT.nniST; I
I'll never telL When you come to the sightseeing. GRAPH. I attorney, or it will become void ATTEST: -- ilidway: Keyston* HelfttiHI .
'. ..,", Incidentally, for those Key- according to law. I
: July 24. 1363. Merrill Edwards. City Clerk Edna Williams Nursery Stock Thousands Of Melrou
stoners who plan to visit Jack /SR.. A. Cplson Sit 8-30 I'

State Bank to discuss financial his room number is now 233,' Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at R. A. Colson, Administrator FLORIST-. nYI Floats & Fruit Trees, To' way 21r-Opea .Saady -
1 Keystone I ...
,1 of the Estate of Ahra
it: the Lake City Hospital. Bradford County Telegraph. Colaon decea' d. X.I I r- --=....__ : Choose From. NIce Shade Trees, liB 5-131
First publication on August I
Evergreens! J; LandscapePlants.
.' let 1963. !
matters we do our utmost to keep your 8-1 4t 822'NOTICE I WILLIAMSJEWELRY For All Ottatio&f [ All.In Containers: riant1'Anytime. '':S.E. McKay, Realtor

t HEN FERTILIZER FOR SALEONE \felrou Phone; OP. -2331: See Our Plants For''-14 Lots- Lake Lilly ,$MOO.-

_ confidence. ': OF ELECTION"j.i j. GARAGES '.Qualify.. Let Us Do Your I Terms 18' Let Sunset Like .
July 16. 1S63 : I$ 775. Terms Investment tnctf.
TO 1,000 TONS I. Kandal F. Chitty:Mayor of I Landscaping [
tht> City of Stark, Florida, by BEPATRSWATCHESDIAMONDS HILL'S GARAGEPAINTING I I!large enough for several lots -
virtue of the authority vested in | I IO. access to wide tandy beach
DELIVERED AND SPREADOR me by law do hereby call a BODY WORK C. Carnes Nursery i Use for recreation while held
urst primary election to be held Electric and Acetylene (
__ DUMP TRUCK LOADS at the Fire Station In the aforesaid AD Work GuaranteedA. Ing for investment. E-Z Terms.
town by qualified voters Welding- 23 ML East Of Starke On I,2 BR CB furnished cottage 00

1i U on.\. Tuesday.D.. for the September purpose 10.of C. Williams 'Radiator .Repairs: hwy 100 At Florahome. beautiful SLake Hatchhuoa:

: MEMKft, P. D.L C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Call AIKEN ACRES Melrose electing' the following officer; %24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE I BusIness I Phone 63- 66S $7,000. Terms.
Tailored Seat
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ld Griffis and Leo ) .. ,.......TO.....,:. ..'..:'Y.. '.'... U'L'
GrUtis turning their : ; .
were I 4 :. ...
and uhen I came up. Ronald: !, r-
icmarked, "I sure like to see#| r' CUT UP OR SPLIT FRYERS lb. 29* (){. Limit )

this cover crop going under,
the ground. The more organic
material that can be put in sat t e 4E
jour soil the better its condi-
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tion.Complete soil and water 1 r. r '
conservation farm plans were
delivered to L. L. McClellenand
Charles P. Sapp Sr. They H 1
are both using Pensacola Ba- 1
' hia for their permanent pas- \
'tures. McClellen said he plansto .'.

put most of his place in ... ..... _, ,v 'It, I--1
pasture grass as time goes by. i:'. ". x. I --1.k _M ___
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The use of a grass based crop "' 1.
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rotation is out- '" 32 Ol
system an

Ir standing tice.Marcus conservation Conner used prac-the F 'j6'tj6 1JDtC\. NIU C ) 1 k Ei :

D trict's rota mower to con- i \t
trol the heavy growth on his

pastures.tier has.Now cjeared that a the little wea-the _

District mower is red hot, everyone I Limit1 with $5 or mere LT f I f f g ]

wants!!,to use it. a. t r food order. >f
Lee L. Pankratz is Northern _

area representative Wildlii for I I a,+ ;: ,.,../ quantity rights [_ ._&
the Florida : \Federaton. { % reserved
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tarry out the Conservation' . e 9 0 6 0 0 . e 0 o o a a
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Fund Awards Program here in ,
Bradford County. This program _. RED CROSS ,
is one of the many ways :/iJbtp'
different organizations are encouraging -
folks to be more -
careful of their natural 7 .
sources. re-\\ 1 1 NAPKINS Ii.f D'D '.. 17
C, H. Young, soil 'k :to []
250 CT. POLY PAO : .ir
:with the Soil Conservation I
Service, prepared soil and I !
water capability maps for 0-0 ,a 0 0
Wade' Gaskins, H. E. Starling,
A. J. Faulkner. E. W. Brooker
F: 'Robert Seaman, and H. P. t
17 cr. CANS L1BBYS i

[I A soil farm and plan water was conservation preparedfor DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT, FLAVOR, 29 oz. CANS LIBBY'S YELLOW CLING HALVES or SLICES $ FRUIT COCKTAIL.

planning' Clarence to put Cooper.most "He of his is SMOKED La jfl e A I H i C LIMIT 4PLEASE ft etcVALUE

place in pasture using Pen 4 FORI00
sacola, Bahia and white clover. I PORK CHOPS4I 7 e fl 1! '
I was about to leave when a : : r FOR .
Clarence leaned on the fence 4 ...ms. LIBBY'S
arid remarked, "I turn under

and all the this organic chicken material fertilizer I can CORNED: BEEF t IB.,69. 24 oz. CANS LIBBY VIENNA I SAUSAGE
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with it sure makes things
1T..C.Ns.LlnnTENDER .
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Service 7:30 p.m. [The Jubl- CUT GREEN BEANS
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Baptist ChurchW. MILD CHEDDAR FOR : ,EM UP 5 FOR $100

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    BRADFORD rnnvrr nrrT.rr.ppw, ST.-\RKE. FLORID.\:
    TIR'RSDAY. AUG. 1. 1963

    , come to see ME, not him.1! J made this his home for sometime and son of Mr, and Mrs. J., E.j ton in Jacksonville( Mrs. Tes-i'WS parents the O. E. to return to
    Crosbys, I her home in Fort at 3 p.m'. Tuesday in the home, I in Conner
    ", CiA i i"i' Anyway, the folks were Mrs. I I \ kept playing around in Sparkman left Saturday: for I ton is a sister of the latter ;last Sunday. Myers last week. She is improving J Cemetery with De-

    i.. ; Fred Spencer her son Frank 'I j' I the pecan trees- that was a visit in Miami with relatives- t three and' Mis. Dyal's aunt I Mr.: and Mrs.. C. C. Crosby I rapidly but it will be: with p4ul.i Lyons and James I Witt C. Jones Funeral Home

    and wife and Mrs. Spencer's [ ]perfectly alright, but when he ', Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng Mr. 'and Mrs: M. Turner' i 1 and son were dinner guests of I IAIr. some time before she is able Reece officiating.! Burial was i in charge of arrangements.

    : ". By Mri. J. L. StricklandUAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 two grandsons. Curtis and i decided he wanted to samplethe !and family have been spendj were Sunday visitors of their and Mrs. Lee Flakes at to walk. "

    , -,. Teddy Spencer all from Orange }, t pecans before they get.j j; ;i a twoweek'vacation with son-in-law and daughter and Keystone Lake last Saturday.I I I
    Park. So the laugh was more than half grownthat relatives-in I
    i family in Tallahassee Sunday.I We extend our deepest sympathy ;Mr. Tatum 82 Gas Genie :
    Sinia Prescott Mrs. HattieDarey on us after all! We are sorry was a different story! He Ben, Shealy of Tallapoosa. : says
    ., I Mr. and Mrs. George L. to the family of Mrs.
    and daughter Maricele we missed you folks as you ]played one time too often Saturday Ga. returned home Wednesday -. Shuford 'Florence 'Services Held
    I have been on vaca- Warren who died
    !seemed to especially wish to 'i morning, and met a after visit 'I THOSE
    Bennett and two children, all j I a here with his tion at Daytona; Beach. They Monday after brief illness. :
    of i 'see me, but when it come 1 load of shot from the "pop son-in-law '
    I Lawtey also Emily Roys-;: I and daughter, :Mr. visited Mr. Shuford's brother t![ Mrs. George Alvarez attended i Tuesday At Home I
    ton and son called on us last time on Sunday evening; for !gun,", so he will not eat anymore and Mrs. Jeff Baker. Mrs 1[
    1, I. Joe Shuford and family at open house at the new \WHO
    me to go to church and take pecans green or npe. Baker and Charles Charles "k
    IU'u TO* to get some pears to son are St. Augustine their home of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wesley Tatum, 82,
    can. Of course they got the care of my Junior Union I go I Others will be coming in now visiting her brother Arvel home. l!.-q way II Sapp on Road 16- died Sunday morning at his j'
    pears they wanted and could -if I am able to sit up and 50 they had better watch their Shealy, in Atlanta Ga. j 1 The farmers home after an extended ill- KNOW
    :Mr. and are busy grad i
    I'. nave gotten loads more. We go to take care of it. Come j I tep, this woman who lives Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wat- ling and Mrs., Jennings Star ing tobacco this week Saw W. 1 i.ess; He was born in Corinth, !
    son of Graham, and
    i':N really have a crop of pears again some time when I am I here still knows how to use a terson spent several days last I Mr. and Mrs. C. Ward and Mrs. L. A. Crosby -I, Miss., Oct 18, 1880, and had '
    Vaughn Prescott .t
    , -. this year but no use for them. here any Sunday afternoon I I shot gun! If she gets half a weekend in Daytona Beach : of ', at the sale in High Springs lived in Lawtey for 12 years. USEDid
    Middleburg visiting
    1. and it seems no one else wants between one and six change at the fox that chases with their son-in-law and were I He was a retired saw-mill
    : i Monday. They
    were well pleased know that 99
    : and without O'CIOCk.l. the chickens i Mrs; Hatty Barley Miss you out of 100 hotel and restaurants In the
    doubt almost
    them or do not know a every day operator. '
    we i daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Don- with the
    I prices that
    .. .. have them. They will soon all' find me here. and came out and dared Jim aid McMahone. Their grand- Sinia Prescott and Mr and day. Survivors include his widow United States use gas for cooking? Why Is gas their choice?

    be gone are rather ripe for Sorry I have no news of last Friday morning while he 'I! son. Donnie McMahone who Mrs. Hiram Bennett and c children Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Ella Tatum; one son, T. W. I f JChefs who are responsible for preparing: good food know

    ....." canning but make some very I other visits made to anyone was out working well won-i,I had'spent the last three weeks I during the week. and and grandchildren visited Mr. j Tatus; and two daughters that ga$ brings out the goodness and appetizing appearanceof

    : good eating "as is." else in this neighborhood. No der if foxes write histories on here returned' home, witn Mrs. Florence Martin gavea Mrs. J. H. Spence in I Mrs. Dottie Dixon and Mrs. foods',and they know it's faster, cleaner, more dependableand
    I Jacksonville :
    .,. ,. A niece Gallic Devellis, and one gives me anything to say.: their loved ones lives? I them. Mrs. Gene Failing and j family dinner in honor of Saturday. i Otysue Gault, all of Lawtey; more economical. Isn't it logical that you should switch
    daughter Patricia Moser from So what can a feller do in a j We understand the open Mrs; Frederick Watterson of her guests Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ,Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones one brother Auzzie Tatum of to Natural Gas?

    Ocala visited us a few minutes case like that? I I house session at the new pas- Starke drove to Daytona Beach Conn and family who are returned last week after a I; Ripley, Miss.; 10 grand.chil- I

    one day last week. They It seems that some of the I i torium at Highland was en- Sunday and returned home Missionaries on vacation from L ten-day tour or'the' Eastern i din and: 18"great grandchil- STARKE NATURAL; : GAS

    were making one of these neighbors have increases in joyed by quite a few. We failed with Mr. and Mrs. Watterson. Quito. Ecuador. Guests; besides States. t I dren. i

    short visits to all relatives on their families. You have prob- I to get to go-as always Billy Weest of Miami is. the honorees, wer MR We are so glad to know that 1 Funeral services were held CITY H'ALL Phone 964-2351:>

    '. Callie's day off from work. She ably read' in some other news but glad some could visit and[ spending his vacation in I and. Mrs. Kenneth: Prator and L MrsDoris Middleton was able i

    " works at Silver Springs. Was of all of them but here goes enjoy the fellowship. Hampton with his grandmother -'son' of Jacksonville, Mr. and I \, ,
    : igain. Mrs. Clifford Martin Starke "'"
    Rev. Clarence Knightpreached ; '
    visiting brothers
    and relatives ; Mrs. T. F. Brown,,, and his -
    .at Kingsley Lake- the Strick-, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Padgett for us at Highland and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Han-.
    uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
    \ landSand: others. We had- a son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Church Sunday evening and E. L. Brown. sen.Mrs. I
    n't seen Gallic or Pat for Carter [didn't learn if this he bore upon a very interest Eunice Prevatt and I AREA BUSINHSS DIRECTORY' '
    : several years. is a son or daughter Also ing text, "Are you Prepared?" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin daughter. Mrs. Oscar Perry of

    l -", Sunday evening Jim refus- Joyce used to be Manning All should have heard this of Jacksonville were Sundayvisitors Jacksonville visited Mrs John I

    \ :.. ed to attend church with us., but we never learned her name message. here with Mr. and Mrs. Brown and family Sunday af- = ::.-

    ... .... said he has to wait too long since she married- anyway,, Remember registration for K. B._ Watterson. ternoon.
    ":;: for the preaching $eervices. she has a baby now. Of course Vacation Bible School a I t I :Mr. and' Mrs. McClellanand Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and i AUTO SALES &SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL GARDEN [SUPPLIES i MUSIC SUPPLIES

    j :. we go in time for Jr. UnIon- 1 know this is some way to I Highland Saturday morninj; Troy Henderson spent I children spent last week on I
    ;... leport the but at 9:30until: all are ,regis- several days on a trip to North Lake Santa Fe. LINCOLN MERCURY Learn Culture1; Music
    I t :z'.. 1.0 he stayed home. When we news, wait a I Mr. and Mrs. Complete-Bea.uty Gridley
    ), returned home -what do you t minute could !you do better? )!t tered. Bible School will start Carolina over last weekend. J Harry Padgett' of Maxville I Girls -. Women :Men Johnson & Paris, Inc.

    ** ** know! He was boasting that Anyone does not tell me ofi i Monday morning of next The Hampton softball, team I T were"'visiting the Dyals Mon- (COMET FIAT MET'COR] Tuition Budgeted Co Inc.

    It t "(0, .. we thought he would be lone- this they write or tell myf(!I week. Ways of transportationare played a double-header in J 1"REE PLACEMENT Complete Line of

    i some while we were gone but: daughter Jo Ann Lang in L I needed as well as work Starke Sunday afternoon, winning -t day.Mrs.. Alma Dyal of Hamp-' Authorized Sales-Service- Special Brush-Up Courses SEEDSPI4XTS CENTRAL: K/RIDA'S

    I J he was not; he had had company Tampa, and she writes to me ers in other capacities, so the first game 22-4 and ton spent: the weekend with Parts FERTILIZERS Complete Music Storb

    ,, and really had a nice -just as she hears It. Now r come on and help. losing the second 9-1. her' son and daughter-in-law Central Hairstyling Insecticides, -Pet Supplies l ianoH by Baldwin Storey &

    J --:,'- time. Of course Lillian, Anita who could do better? ny any- Also remember the revival I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and Trained 3techanJcs-Good "We Rent Fertilizer Spreader .,.Clark, Henry L. lUiller-

    'f and I thought he was just one was interested enough to will begin at Highland Aug. ",yyyyyTyyyyTTyyyyyy'LMVTEY |children. Mrs. Dyal's brother- Used Cars College 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Organs Fisehek Baldwin

    "ragging" us, as he always is, tell me, I would be interested I i 18, run one week, dinner at I in-law and sister, Mr. and 7 by Jt Conn
    so we were making a great enough to get it all straight j the church Sunday, Aug. 25, \ I :Mrs. Pat Glover of Hamptonwere Barkley Motors 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHONE 372-0476 Gibson & Gretch: Gultara-

    ... big thing of this-who was the and you may be sure of that!! i and Connie" Johnson will do Sunday visitors and 376-4105 Gainesville,, Fla. ** Amplifiers
    latest girl friend? Well we It seems that this hunter the preaching. Lewin Red- By Enza BlancbirdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAJ their mother returned home 615 N. Main. GainesvilleB ____ : 1004 N. Main
    were really teasing him, butt has forsaken the possums and I ding Is the song leader. All with them. Gainesville Shopping Center

    t, learned that he had had com- gone to snakes she killed L I attend who possibly can. .1 Church Activities BUILDING MATERIALS INSULA TION.nOOFING New and UsedPIANOS -

    _,- panyand two of them were two in the yard in the last We had 67 in Sunday Schoolat Methodist Vacation Bible Grace Methodist: Church -----
    I & G Motors Co.
    r women! But it seems they had I' few days. Also a squirrel has J JI Highland last Sunday I School wil begin Monday School 9:45: am. Worship. 11 I Ridgway Roof All... merican GUITARS -DKUMS-SUEE1

    : -- I morning.. 44 with a grade of morning Aug. 12. All childrenare a. m. MYF each Wednesday, CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85HILLMAN MUSIc
    1100 per cent. WE DID IT AGAIN invited. 1 8 pjn. Evening services were Truss Co. [Insulation & RoofingCO. Budget Ternw

    H The Adult Ladies class Guest speaker at the Methodist discontinued until Septemberdue '
    : Wood Irusses! J6
    STARKE J won that beautiful trophy, so Church next Sunday will: to the absence of the pas- Prefabricated (omponents Lillian Music Store

    we can feel proud one more be Missionary W. A. Harrel I tor, who is on vacation. Sales and Service "Gainesville Leader"
    time. But there were three now of Gainesville. He has First Baptist Any Size Free Estimates New Roofs Shinglesor
    BUSINESS DIRECTORY ; Sunday 2001 N.: W. 13th. Rt. 441 Since 1933
    i other classes just missed making been on' duty in South America -! School, ,io ajn. Worship, 11 1132 So. Main Gainesville Built-Up 112 S. E. First Gainesvtm

    the grade we did by ,two and is taking special studies ajn. Training Union 7 p.m. PHONE 170-7515 Tel. 372-3961-Collect 6 .j Roof Cleaning; & Repairs .

    points: the Adult Men. Young during his vacation here. Worship 8 p.m. Prayer Meet- Fiberglass Insulation MOVER

    rr.f.: AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE I People's and Beginners! Nowdon't Friends of the Tatum fam- ing each Wednesday 8 p.m. BUILDING SUPPLIES Blown or Batt -a
    I tell me that was not a ily were sorry to learn of the YWA and Intermerdiate GA Crane Motor Co. I'" Gainesville

    ;1-. Earl's Garage Gardners close race for us. death of C. W. Tatum who meets each first and third McCoy Building Contractor or Retail MayflowerLOCAL

    Highland won the bannerfor passed away Sunday at his Monday. 8 p-m. Youth Meet- LARK ANGLIA DAY or NTTE

    (,I I -aI ALL KINDS OP Gulf Service having the most workers home. Sympathy is extendedto ings on alternate Saturdays ENGLISH FORD Supply. CenterS PHONE 376-4236 DISTANCE AND MOVING tANG

    I Every Mechanical Service present for the Associational the family. Guest speaker last Sundaywas "LUMBER 23: U N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville' ,

    AUTO EETAIH WORK General Repairs Automatic:I Sunday School meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen L Cecil Carnes of Jackson- MERCEDES BE..VZ'OL.OI,I ,* 'BUILDING SUPPLIES Gainesville Storage And Crating
    Long Branch last week. Hopewe and Mrs. Florence Martin attended ville. Mrs. Carnes and #' rnon0 378-5224
    r :: AH Work Guaranteed Transmissions son accompanied Authorized Sales & Service j i 'JOY HARDWARE
    can keep this for awhile II
    services at the Alliance him. |LADIES WEAR
    GULF PRODUCTS ISo.. Main and Z3nl. Boulevard
    Phone f 9-:96t as we did at one time"I" Christian Camp on Lake L. Complete Service for Ally".f Security Transfer
    ,. .
    TIRES ** ,&I ;. PHONE 3724361
    BATTERIES j f.J____ Jf.,I
    80. Walnut, SUrkfl .. Swan at Melrose. They are . . . .
    Cor. -.-.-.-.-. .-. --------- vvTyyyyBayless & Storage Inc.
    Temple & Rt. 16 Starke .T.TTTTTTTTTT1 holding their annual camp fakea".I J Gainesville : Cherry'sGainesville's ,
    PHONE 964-6781 I AGENTS' FOR
    there .
    meeting at thistime.Miss
    FLORIST HAMPTON Arthurine Blanchard Hiway 506 E. UniversityAve.: CEMENT :Most Fashionable FOGARTY BROSTRANSFER ,
    (of Jacksonville spent the weekend Address For Ladie Inc.

    :" Colonial FloristHAS By Sirs. D. E. mil with Miss Enza Blanch- By airs. 0.' E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ' Gainesvffle, Fla. LINTELS WINDOW SILLS DRESSESSCrrSCOATi'lLTEnXITY Local<< & Long Distance 3omrCl'atfng8tomgePa.ek1nr j
    Gilbert S. Brown
    NEW OWNERSDot Maryanne Motes of ,/ Phone 376-2666 1
    It's Cement Wi It"
    i Standard OU Service Station Bagwell Mgr. Church Calls Leesburg was visiting her ,Church Activities DOGE-DART- 1040 So. Main Gainesville
    ATLAS FRESH FLOWERS II I Rev. Estes As Pastor grandmother Mrs. Effie ''Mi The Young People's meeting" Cement 105 W. University, GainesvlIW

    TIRES A BATTERIES I MEMBER F. T. D. Rev. Paul L. Estes who has n cr, over the weekend. was the held last Friday night at -J&DGE TRUCKS Precast Products II I NEON SIGNS I II

    Budget Terms Road Service Flowers Wired World Wide been serving as interim pastor Visiting Mr.: and Mrs. H. M.i church under the dire I
    tion of Mr. and Mrs. Sales-Parts Service 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville I Jeffcoat
    Starke Phone 964-6291 a t Hampton Baptist Manning over the weekend Jerry MATERNITY WEAR
    Phone 964-7071 Church since March, acceptedas were his brother, Bartow Manning D yal.' Delicious' refreshments : : USED CARS TOO PHONE 372-0953 Neon Signs
    I LANDSCAPING regular pastor for the another brother and were served at the close of
    407 N. Teazle Stark the meeting.The Poole-Gable Motors, NEON PLASTIC PAINTED
    church in
    I a special meeting daughter of Miami and their Nan's
    a _ __ _ _ __ __ __ WE SPECIALIZE IN last week. daughter Mrs. Frank WMU Brotherhood; R- (CONCRETE PRODUCTS Neon Designing Neon Repair
    S Ingram A's 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville
    LANDSCAPINGAND GA's, and Sunbeams h&d Stork Erecting Maintenance
    Rev. and Mrs. Estes who of Dade City. Shop
    their 1611 S. Main ____ Gainesville
    NURSERY regular monthly meeting -
    Hurst'sService have been living in the church Donna Marie Starling PHONE 372-434S
    Private at the INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Special Occasion Dresses ToEvery Phone Day 3720302Kite ()
    and Commercial pastorium since school
    was aughter of Mr. and Mrs. .
    Station PropertyAlso out in June are the parentsof John E. Starling of Eaton with .church7lfonday.night j CONCRETE ,PRODUCTS Day Sport swear 372-8897

    I -SINCL.tIIS {- expert tree removal and I. high-school age son, P. Park and niece of Mrs. H. C. tending.The fall AUTO SALVAGE ARE THE BEST FROM Formals-Long Dri'ssw, Slim OFFICE EQUIPMENTParker's
    L. Jr., and a three-year-old revival will begin
    Tri Wainwright was crowned Miss August 25 rfev. Edwards Jim Shorts! Matching Tops!
    CountyDevelopment with Fewox of Building I
    : Gas Oils Lubrication daughter, Janita. A graduateof Eaton Park at the Community }

    Goodyear Tires! & Batteries the University of Kansas Club'last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville conducting the Paul's Auto SalvageWe Supply Inc. BABY GIFTS I
    : and Southeastern Southern meetings. Everyone is invited G alnevIIeas! { Most Complete Of.
    S ROAD SERVICE Starling have: recently purchased to attend. / Buy Wrecked Cars At 114 Srf. Main GainesvilleMEN'S Equipment & 3Iachlne
    Baptist in New .
    Seminary Orleans the 726 S. Main-372-4844
    E. M. Raulerson e
    Personals I Store.
    '708: Walnut Starke 961.6111 L Your Satisfaction Guaranteed La., Rev. Estes has pas- home here. I Little Gainesville, Fla. _r -- I II Office
    Lake tored churches in IteverlyEggers spent TOp.PRICES r Complete PlanningUnderwood
    Butler IIY 6-4267 I Kansas,, Mrs. t I
    George Roberts spent! j a few STOIIE: I
    I jj&ys recently with her Prodocts
    Oklahoma and Louisiana. His
    S latest pastorate was in Choctaw several days with relatives at i; i grandparents; Mr: and Mrs. All Makes & Models Used I ELECTRIC MOTORS j I --' i, 601 W. University Ave.
    D land
    during the week. T. N/ G.iines\ille
    Norman.s. .
    ; Okla., where he served Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman I Parts H. M. Chitty & Co.I I 872-2553
    Linda -Andrews and -'-- -
    for three
    !years previous to ",
    H have returned from spending ]baby of Brooker visited Teletype Service-We will find Electric .Motor PAINTS
    moving to Orange Park with L I I
    their I I"
    vacation in the Blue ]parents. Mr. and Mrs. for SINCE J 1902
    his family last year. Duringthe Leroy any part you.
    Ridge Mountains. ] Repair Co. Harper Paint Co.
    last school year he taught [r Norman last 'week. Curl* Suits. j j I
    Friends of W. E. Griffis regret Mr. and Mrs. Phone 376-4512 OF GAINESVILLE, INC. I|I We Stock
    L. G, NormanJr.
    in Arrow Norris
    : Orange Park Junior High L I Caxual: Shin: I!i
    : .. LL to learn that he is in i and family of Blan- WALLPAPERSRMSTRONG
    School where he win Camp
    againbe L COMPLETE ELECTRIC & I'ndentrar II
    ; I I teaching in the same capacity Bradford County Hospital forjj j ding were"' Sunday guests of 1301 S. Main Gainesville A SMITH: AND
    treatment, and hope for,hisJ: the Leroy Normans." MOTOR Stacy Adaru: .NunnBimh DUTCH BOY PAINTS:

    I II year this coming school recovery soon.Visiting j S Sgt. and Mrs. Doyle Crews SALES AND SERVICE ShOh.StdhOn I Painter's Supp'fles

    I Stork Shower 'II Mr. and Mrs/J. C. and children of Marylandwere' AUTO TIRES "Distributor of & JIaJlury! Huts. I 10 S. W. 7th Street ,

    j I Honors Mrs. Clark Prevatt during the week -wereMrs I recent guests of his par- New Lincoln Motors"PHONE I SE. First; S:. G.lUlIsviJJe Gainesville

    Mrs. Tommy Clark was Carl Peevy and Mis. Gar-i ents., Mr. and Mrs. Kirby FOR THE BEST IN 372-8318 I -

    guest of honor at a stork rah Dorman of Ocoee., and Crews. RECAPPINGam. 1030 S. Main Gainesville I ROOFLN'C I
    shower Tuesday evening July M r s. Eunice Prevatt and L, Mr.,and Mrs. Eddie Norman MONUMENTS

    1L I 23 at Hampton Baptist daughter- Mrs. Oscar' Perry, were recent guests of Mr. and Trucks Tractors FLOOR COVERING !i The Helzel Co.

    Church. of Jacksonville., .Mrs. Charles Cribbs of Alachua. 100% Grade A Cold I S KOOFLVOSIIKET
    Robber _
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    Decorations for the party Mrs. A: C. Pearce, Mrs. Troy |, Gainesville Granite I S : :ETAJ4:

    included a tall stork made of: Bennett, Mrs. D. W. Starling! !, Mr. and.Mrs. Arthur Hewett Factory Trained Recapper Central Florida Tile! AIR COSDrrIOSINO:
    L paper flowers, perched on a I Mrs. Cebe Harri/' of Starke:t, and. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal & Marble Works I I :Xo Job Too I..a.l""e or Too Small
    . _ 'chimney top. Game prizes i and Mr. and /Mrs. Ivory''and children attended the English Tire & &.Marble Co. !i I 02 S. E.; 4th St. Gainesville

    __ j t were won'by Mrs. Milton Mother Thompson spentioiday with Is|! Little League ban game in CARPETS BY i CEMETERY: MONUMENTSM.VUKERS. $"1I0. E S7M491

    \ \ (S I Miss Diane Starling and .' their brother, Marvin L.'!'Brooksvffle last week. Mike Recapping Lee's. Monarch, Loomweavr. ,I & I'I

    I the guest of honor. Refresh Thompson, arid'\\ family '1 n Hewitt played on the Stark Downs I Lettering & Cleaning PHOTO SHOP(

    ments of punch and cake were Jacksonville. team. 1111 S. MaIn Street Room Size-Wall to Wall Domestic. & Industrial Marble1 -
    i f'served to the 18 present. A Johnny Sapp visiled his father Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and children Installation I &Granite Fuller's, Foto, Inc.

    IN FLORIDA bouquet of pink baby roses Walen Sapp lit Jacksonville .: visited her parents, Mr. Gainesville 372-2197 Armstrong and Kentile Coffee Tables Counters- Central Florida's Finest'
    trimmed the refreshment over the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. J. l,. Waters in I Selection
    I Floor Coverings of
    table and cakes were frosted and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Lake Butler Monday. Fireplaces
    BEER IS NATURAL with baby bootie decorations.; and David spent Sunday with: I Rev. and :Mrs. C. A. Crosby Automatic Transmissions!: TILES MARBLE I 2135 S. E. 4th St.GaIn'.viI1e MJutoraptne Equipment Cameras A

    Hostesses were ladies of the their respective parents, Mr. spent part of last week with I ; .3766131MotorcyclesScoot I
    From nature's light grain! comes sparkling light beer... Baptist WMU. I :and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins! and I relatives in Whiter Garden L 1540 Waldo Pul. G'ville 3fijfi4'''j BI&1 Supplies
    ( White
    Florida's traditional beverage of moderation...it's light, PersonalsVisiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter. and Cherry Lake. ONE DAY SERVICE -I jI p In Before Noon-Finishing

    sparkling delicious. here last Friday I Mrs. Lee Green is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nor ALL 1rAKES-REPAlR FARM I & INDUSTRIAL : eraStreit'sBicycle I II 619 W. University Out GainesvJllJ at 5

    And naturally, the Brewing Industry In Florida is proud of with Mrs. Mamie Mead washer I her sister Mrs. Olson in Jacksonville I[ man and children of Oklawa- AND EXCHANGE I I
    the more than $27,820,935() it contributes in taxes to the stata granddaughter Betty Ellis this week. I j ha spent; the weekend with I TYPEWRITERSHancock -

    = of Florida each year.. money that helps' support our of Sault Sainte Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Denmark I I' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed' Central Tractor Co.!I Shop' -
    schools our hospitals and our roads. In Florida beer be. Mich. i and children of Jack- die Norman. Gator Automatic 'I Typewriter

    longs".enlcY it. Mrs. T. .F. Brown returned L i i sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Georg Alvarez -: Fenn TRACTORS I eurohman"f'Spa ScootersDnratf
    home Wednesday after severaldays' George Transmission'Service Ford Farming Implement" HS.V Zun&tpP Exchange
    L. Shuford and Mrs.Lois .. visited his parents, Mr. 1
    visit with her soninlawand .' Agricultural Industrial ,, Motorcycles-Sales & Sen1ceSCHWD."N
    UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION > Denmark Sunday. and Mrs. :
    @ INC. R. Alvarez, .int INC. JOHNHANCOCK
    ; daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal anc Ichildren. t Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. Complete Service & farts! Depi I BICYCLES Victor R. c. Alfen ciarJ
    FLORIDA DIVISION -;. "" .;1 ,A. Carbone in Elizabeth. N. J. Mrs. Lomb Mosley: and Mrs. Sherman Good Used Equipment j TMksmithSafe Work
    I :19 SE 2nd'Place RenaSalftSen'lce'
    I (next to P.O.)
    .: -- .:. I .', '" ,. Miss Lorraine Sparkman and and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins spent, Crosby and" children of High 44S8 N. W. 6th. GainesvIlle 1 _CCI5 W University Ae-- 431 Nf-Main

    J Russell Sparkman. daughter Sunday with Mrs. Arrie Tes-, .Springs-were dinner guests, of GainesvIlle( ,_PHONE 372.0372I PHONE 376-5130 Gainesville 376-7761 Phono .376 531 GainesviljJ



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    I -AUG. ,,1, 1963 \ '

    \ \ Last Year This Year Last! Year This Year NOTICENOTICE
    YY TYTYY..YY.T.YY.T.Y', Mr. Burney 90 '
    TTWTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT x \ Maintenance County RoadBuildings 250'.00: 250.00 ,
    Total Estimated Receipts \ IS HEREBY GIVEN
    POOKERBy I Passes Last Week \ \Vn66,343.25 Repair, Upkeep, Rental'Equipment 17;250.00Gas. 14,750.00 [ THAT' I, Sam iloCutc' .en, wutIN >
    NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED and Balances $199,603.72Millage as comictod in tbearCriotnCourt
    : Fuel Oil and Lubricants '8,50000 7.500.00 of Dural County: Florida
    l .
    I After f Long ( Levied Last Year 8.378vEstuaated This Year 7.84.8)) August 1. 1957 of the offrnte
    Other Road Suppliea 2300.00 2,300.00
    CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY By Shirley Green i "- ot MANSLAUGHTER and sentenced
    .. f George Will Burney ,90. !und'\ Timber & Other Bridge,)[aterials 3625.00 3625.00 therefor' to ten HO)
    I j jars, will apply for clement-
    (Bj Elizabeth Glrens) Phone 221 I dthdThursday. '. ', July. 25, in- aGainesville Estimated. Expenses ". fL. pu1 JRight-of-\Vay, I' t.' the Stale Board of Pardon,

    . . . . . . . . ...' . . I '.LLA11LkLAAAAILLIA14J.t. : : hospital after ah j : Salaries;"County'Commissioners1.Jfittage \ ,I 6,000.00 ,, 6,000.00.. Propose!:Roads 500.00 50000 :, IVltahasse regular"meeting', Florida, at its next
    AALAAAAA.AAAA&Ai4 4A44A&&AAAA&A4,. .E .A fI A AAWa'-...... I I :i-: -. ...:;i'M...! .;-' 'i extended-'' illness. Born" inOin ,, Per' Diem \ i Expenses Procuring-Right-of-Way 2,500.00 2,500.00 S.UlCl"TC'JlE ,

    School News r Will Baptist, Rev. Louis :Mc- Surprise- -f Birthday- 'T. .! Dinner" *, I: :, 'Ga. on, April' 15, 1873, i ihe ''County"'Commissioners fExpenses 1,000.00 1,200.00 Beautification 'of Highways' 1,000.00 500.00 I I 81I (Appti 'ant)

    0 Summer School will close Kay pastor. Women's Day W. L. Clark was given a ':had lived- 1n., Bradford. ,. Comity1 Commissioners ''j 31.500.00: : 100.0Olerk'to'Bo ; ''Insurance 3,750.00 5250.00 I 2tp
    lasl At surprise-birthda dinner at his County-over 50 y 3iS., Hewasa : : i
    August 9 after a successfuland vas observed Sunday. ; Salary. rd \9,000.00 9,000.00Mileale Storage Building' County Barn -500.00 500.00 -
    Canaan i home Sunday"cielebnting his retired farmer, and a" member -j -" .
    safe teTh 11 a-m., with Tree '
    program I. Purchase New
    i of Equipment 13092.44
    Per Diem, : 30,592.(4'Road
    Waldo | charge; Elder 72n< : birthday. Those'attend- of. the Union Primitive \ \ rOl"XTJrDGI'S: COVRT.I .
    staff is grateful for the cooperation and n. ( ; \ ;
    Church. Clerk and Finance Officers :200.00 350.00 Taifltie, and .Payable AM FOR BIIAUKOUUtOl
    given by the parents White delivered th / rmon. lug were Mr. and Mrs.- Charles.' Baptist" t \ i ':\TV, VLOIUDl.In .
    and students. Everyone showed At 3 pan. the, Social aIsa(\ Ryals 8n" Selina" Aim. Miss'1Mamie 'Survivors IncluGe his widow 'Salary! Supervisor of RegiStrati soo.oo. '. '*800.00' to Municipalities 9,900.00 10,000.00 re; Estate of
    : ;2! ';
    : Interest in the activities i ing Carnation:'Club 'rendered'': 'Clark, Mrs- Margaret : Amandia Green Burrley( :Mileage. Per iem."f" \ f ,f t :I ::Fid\tire Carlton of Flll.deceased.jr Petillva For
    each day, a program, and 'at 7:30: p. m.i' Dent, :and' son, and. Miss pSrk. Starke; three daughters: Mrs. Supervisor of Registration : ._ i .100.00. : *'.' 100.00 I Total Appropriations $112,620.24. $130,866.48 I I I Final Dixrharjce of Kxeciter

    Pre-Planning: I Choir No. 2 Was in charge of Beaver. all'o( Jacksonville, Annie'Crawf rd', Mrs. Ida Mae Attorney to Board !f 't .25.00 "25.ob i! Reserve" 'Contingencies,. 1039.31: 1,071.29 .i lu\t Notice filed 13 lay hereby final given returns that astxecutor I

    The annual Pre-Planning the song service.. "' i I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy dark Gasq e', and Mrs: EvauLibby.ari \ Mileage Per Diem, T. ,"T r'1.. n. I[ Nx "- of the estate! of Fred

    period for teachers of Brad-I I The officers and membersare I and son of Starke Mr. and of stark; ,two s 'ns. Clyde County w Attorney* *' T '200.00. "' 100.00 Total Budget $113,659.55 131937.77 : Carlton.filed my deceased petition; for that dist"ibu-I have!

    ford County; will begin August : grateful to the many ; Mrs. C rbett Home/ Glenn ; K. Burney. ,Pensa-cola--; and I Administrative Fees, *'* '*?. : ; 't' : f .' : Fine and Forfeiture Fund I I tion and for tina discharge
    p 19. fora in an4 Junior, and Dr. Hoyt Jfewn'D. '5urney.--Starke; 15 \I ,,.'" .. aid that on August ISth, \9&,
    Everyone is planning friends for the cooperation jI j ,Cleric Circuit Court T- ? 775.00 700.00 ; Estimate of Receipts: Itill apply to the Honorable
    good start for this school I helping to :reach the goal of': Home and son. Don: all of grandchildren, and 25 great Cost of Re-distrfcting ;'v *) l' 6, O'o'.00 t! ,T'es 3.00 Mills on assessed valuation Theron A. Yawn. County Judgu
    and Mrs. I grandchildren. .. ., of Bradford ('ounn'"I"r.Ja! forapproval
    Mr. ;
    30130. Weekly schedule is as Lake City '
    year.The | Office of Tax.Assessor 13""OO.00 16.500.00 I t:>f $10,297,427.00Racing $30.892.28 of said final returns!
    new school term will I i follows: Monday night.: Choir George Tetstone, Truby Tet- Funeral services were held I Office of Tax electorCoroners J'", 13,500.00 16,500.00 I Monies 28,050.00 12,037.00 and for an order of distribution
    open on Sept 3, the Tuesday, | No1 will rehearse at 8 pjn. I stone, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis at 2 pjn. Sunday in the Un- and for final discharge as executor -
    I 'Inquest and Fees rt-. 250.00 150.00: Taxes 3.00 mills on Assessed of then ill of Fred Carlton -
    after Labor Day. All first j Tuesday night. Story Hour. fledge Mr. and Mrs. Pete ion Primitive Baptist Church deceased

    graders"who are entering Wednesday. night, reg ular I I II \ Hodge and Vaness and. Mr.I I with Elders B..H. RaW: Henry )'Iaintenanceand' RepairS ft ; 1i f trrl If. Valuation of $12,168,017.00 36,504.03 July 20. 1963.

    $ school for the, first time are I Prayer Meeting at "7 : i o. :j and 'Mrs. Freddie: Clarfc: and. Rhoden and J. S-'Crm of- '1 urtho 'se' J*;'fI 2,500.00 1,500.00si Fines and Forfeitures 53500.00 40563.00 j MARVIN F IIAZF.N Executor
    I to birth "2 I Burial fii Dyal ,{ of'Janitor f 3,69280 3823.04 Civil Fees 1,500.00 1,000.00
    I required bring. certificate -i i Thursday 'night. Choir No. I children-, ficiating. was y j THOMAS & PIERPE
    and much be six years! i will Have rehearsal at 7:30'! Training- Union Party Cemetery with DeWitt.C.. Courthouse & Annex Utilities.. 7 Y. f II i II I 21o -05 N'orth Temple Ave.

    old on or before Dec. 31, 1963. I and the Ladies Circle will Mrs. James Temple entertained I Jones Funeral Home in chargeo & Fuel 'f. 3,600.00 4.200.0C I Total Estimated Receipts t 5 .$113.942.28. $90.104.05. ,! Starke Attorneys Florida for Estate of ''

    Uouse GuestsMisses meet at the home of :Mrs. Sarah her Junior' 'Training arrangements- Maintenance & Repairs, '1 '1 I t I Less 5% .; 5,697.11 4,505.20 Fred Carlton, deceased. *

    Glory Edith Cum-11 Prince."Friday i night, Prayer Union Class las't: ,: Thursday'_ I Active pallbearers were Albert "''County Buildings
    mings and Ruth Ann Powell Band meeting at home ol I II Nev.'mans.R' aim ond dm1n1stF rive j 95 Estimated i
    night with a costume party Rent Office \" % of ... .. ... Receipts $108,245.17 $85,598.S5Baiaiis'
    ,- were house guests of their Mrs. E. Holmes. Saturday I I at the city park. The" member -:, Crews, J. C. Sapp. Tony Tet- {Welfare} -\ J r 300.00 300.00 I to 'be Brought j' Forward: Cash "10,000.00Total
    I Circle meeting stone Leon Ellington, ,
    night Can |
    t parents, Mrs. Olie Mae Cuminings $ of the class came dres- I Elections"and Registrations I' I 1,250.00 4,650.00Le'al I -"
    I I
    Bell } at home of Rev. Louis McKay; Toung.Top .
    and Mrs. Mary : '
    sed Joe Green matron I { 1,000.00 350.00 f Estimated
    as; ; A'dvertising1Advertising I [ Receiptsand
    weekend. The Miss Rebecca Allen reporter. I
    Powell for the -
    AME Peggy Edwards, PSyCh; rr Delinquent Taxes r eoooo! 600.00 Balances $108,245.17 $95,598.85
    Greater Allen
    two young ladies are attending r Chapel Photography ,
    Volusia County Community -1! Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson r lene, Melvin, granny; Sue Supplies, Expenses, Insurance, (Millage'Le'viedriLast( ; Year 3.00 Estimated'This, Year 3.00))

    College in Daytona Beach. !\ pastor. Services start with I'' Douglas, hobo; Carol Gainey i Set In Drama Next ,Commissioners Only 2,000.00 2,250.00suppu I'! Fine & Forfetture"Fund !
    I r .
    Indian maid Debbie '
    They are graduates of RJE !I Sunday School at 9:45.: M6rfling ; Douglas' Week At Florida s; Expenses, Insurance, ,v Estimated Expenses: I
    i little old lady;; Freda ClarIi.sad .: -
    High School, and we wish | Service, 11 am. Evening 1 + County Officials 7,500.00 1,50000: Salary, County Prosecuting I
    clown Phil Aunt .
    ( them a successful school |: Services, Holy communion, 6 Jemima Pat; Castlen Three persons. each imprisoned Discharge'Fees,of Prisoners 50.00 100.00 Attorney" "" ,300.00 300.00 :
    | ; \
    term. p.m. with Rev., L. A. Sampson j bandit; Ramona Harrell; VleI -. by emotional fettersiandfseeking Salary' ; juvenile Judge & CounseOliir 1,600.00 1,600.00I Fees Costs, Clerk Circut Court 4500.00 3,500.00 ASK FO* FREE DEMONSTRATIONCommand
    Church News I' in charge. All members: and an elusive love I!I12te ejmner1ce i-' '',
    :I titli' Co i Fees, Costs:; County Judge 13,000.00
    phant Jimmy Temple glamI I
    I ; "I
    invited to attend PowrrTerry's
    I Mount Moriah Methodist friends are ( the principals of Metrp- : 350.00 t Gravely
    ; i our gal; James Mott, tramp"' : : I and Expenses; 350.00a'larieS Constable 100.00

    I Services start with. Sunday i all services. I, Remona Harrell won the prize l't Goidwyh-Mayer's. .'. ;- ''Tn'. -the $ 'Circuit Judges. \. 1 L I : ,Conviction_: Fees,. i I Saw Shop
    School at 9:30: with Mrs, Essie I, 1 'I for the most orjglnal CQst1 n(i I Coor of the':Day. starring Fonda ;aridngela'nsbury. Pe1tcf ':I a. 'ahdSeretaries, ':; ,,: 9 1210.08 1,342.08sa1 County"" Prosecuting' Attorney 4,200.00 4,20000 I i

    a Holland: in charge. Worship '1 Big- Finch; jjine ,*" 'fl 8,000.0 Fees Fees' : No.2.
    Bteno Judges were Mrs- ; W. E, .ry County 'Judge Witness *-.Jury 1500.00 2000.00
    Steno .
    Service, 3 p.m. with Rev. Mrs. j i ,
    : I! haw: Jr. 1d'1fts.. Stanley. .. 7. Salary, AssistanV arfa Clerks,$ Other Court Cost and Fees 3,000.00 3,000.00
    8n 'the '
    Everyone Ko-rect Type, Typewriter Based novel by Susan -
    Essie Holland in charge. Gre \ r :2022! N. E. 23rd Blvd.
    is invited to attend I Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers, n. ''EfWith screen plarbyj 'County Judged Officef: 'I ; "9,600.00 Office Expense Public Defender' 1,562.00 I Gainesville Phone: 372-3588

    and J Join in the services. I Ribbons. The TELEGRAPH., I For entertainment: the I Z&ead't'Rol 9 rts. the; compelUn :: Salary and Expenses' ; 'State Attorney' '417.96 417.96 Maintenance "and Repairs, i

    Greater Bethlehem Free 3roup enjoyed a" Scavenger ; (' 'drama: unfolds its story: Salary/'Assistant StaterXttoniey 165.00 165.00. County: Jan 1200.00 1,000.00 I
    group' alrig
    ; The
    hupV" The
    :, ': against ckgrounds of London I Salary, Court'ReporterT"' 198.00 264.00 Inquest Physicians! Fees 600.00 360.00 '
    :nqsi( articles Included Peggy I :!I '
    I | Paris and Greece. Greekruins 597.60 Sheriff '
    '. I t f Salary,.Secretary to State Attorney Salary of 7,500.00 8,000.00 "

    AMBULANCE: SERVICE Edwards Raujona 4rlen Harrell., Register The group, and I' 'never before filmed are I II Expenses, Other than Salaries, r J? \ *'.\T Salaries; Deputies and Assistants- 35,000.00; .- 35,000.00, > Fun For All
    : .. 4
    seen in the romantic love | '
    Office \ f 2,197.00 Expenses, other'than Salaries
    PHONE 961.2600 also enjoyed playing the game County Judge's 21,740.00:
    I filmed" in Pmavision '
    story ;; S '
    "password.:: ." La, Admlnlzl&&tion pplie5' 3,000.00 3,000.00
    DeWitt, : C. Jones Funeral Home Sir, and Mrs. J. R. Mott and ; and iclics color'of Greek among culture such ancient as the "and"Ex .ns s '. 'i.3 ( I 600.00 600.00T. Equipment (Cars, Radios j etc.) 6,500.00 6,500.00

    '' family visited. Mrs,. Mary'Si'm-: Parthenon nd ,the Acropolis.i B: Hoijitatfor> Indigents. !! 1,750.00 1,000.00 I I

    DeWitt C. Jones Registered- Funeral Director 1 monin Gainesville Saturday I i! The action in Greece takes Insanity Inquiries l750.00 1,200.00 Total Appropriations $102,140.00 $90,162.00 I

    StarkeFla.. md 'Mrs. Brook P.erryman in: place. in Athens Dlphi, Piraeus Relief Allowances and .S I J' rI Reserve for Contingencies County 1105.17 436.85 I

    Gainesville SU }claY. I Arachova andLOlympia I JuveI Clothes '. 5,000.00 5000.00 Reserve, for Contingencies. -Sheriff 5000.00 5000.00
    RENTAL | Mi:. and Mrs, Kenny; ; Green and audiences are given mag- I j1opital Service for Indigents 8,86000: S,563.67Saiarand : a

    Hospital Bed Wheel Chairs, Crutches returned home Monday; alter: nificient close-up views of not I II : : Expenses, t Total Budget $108,245.17 95598.85

    a two, weeks" trip They were. .I only. the Parthenon and Acrop-- I Ions 'C uJ.1 :!: Service Officer 3OOO.O, ; 3000.00 HEALTH UNIT
    guests of Dr and, Mrs. Robert I \
    but of such other monuments -
    ; Tanl: Expens, I Last Year This Year
    Salary '
    I Furnas In M ssillon, Ohio of the past as the I ,-
    Civil Defense Director 950.00 5,100.00 fax Levy for Health Unit under Sec.
    from Thursday to Sunday of Zeus the Tower of I '
    Temple ,
    That's Our Business Equipment, Civil Defense 9P 154".02; Florida Statutes 1.432 Mills on
    G L A S S [ and attended the wedding of the Winds, Hadrian's Arch, '
    ': "If It's Glass We Have It" :1 Mr; Qr n's b othT- IT J. the Monastery of Kaisariani! Rescue Unit '" J. 1,000.00 ., 600.00EI1'c' -, $10,297,427.00 Assessed Valuation EVERY

    CALL WRITE or VISIT Sunday in Alliance, Ohio, and the Delphi Amphitheatre. for' C1 Defense: 300.00' 1. Less 5"% $14,008.61

    FOR ANY GLASS NEED where he also served as best i:i Mosquito Control, state, r fas'Levy' for Health Unit under Sec. r- THURS. MITE
    a man. Monday they visited Niagara I FIRST CHElSTIAlf: I II County and City' ,i 22,943.00 ;. .22,000.00 154.02 Florida .Statutes 1.212 Mills :

    SHEA'S GLASS, CO.NOT i Falls from the Cana-I I CHURCH Rezoning ... -S ,,. ; 500.00 on $12,168,017.00 Assessed Valuation ""

    ;,. dian side. They stayed to .: Bob L BAdfdt, Mtaifter I Count ,Free I4brary ; ". ':\. 10,504. 9,900.00 Less 5% $14,010.26 CALL 961-6261

    ( INC.) Highlands N. C. from Thursday Sunday SchooL 9:45 &. m.1 conii 'Agent'8 'r.... -:. I "I' r.L CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FUND For Information I

    "Formerly Joe Peters Glaa Co.. 'I to Monday. Church Worship. 10:45: I, m. Salary 'id Expen.es. ,'.1'-:! '1 4,500.00 1 .500.00 "ax Levy 2 Mills! 'on Assessed Valuation of

    r We Design Modern' Store FrontS; { Freda Clark is visiting Mr.. ChI Rho.: 5:30: p. m. Choirm. .otiy' Aet's ." :7.Mllag& I $12,168,017.00, .Less 5% $23,119.23This Starke Lanes

    Just Mail Us A Pattern For and Mrs. Charles Ryals 'in Prayer Meeting. 7:30. p.- rand 'Per Diem -!" i 28.00 200.00 'is a true and correct copy of the budget as adopted
    Table Tops ) Jacksonville' this week. m. We4 eadJ. Home Demonstration i1r y> the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford
    Agents County,
    i !Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Russ ...... '
    1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR24353 I;; and: grandsons Dean and Sa1a.ry'and Exp nses' 3,300.00 3,300.00 on July' 23. 1963. AMUSEMENT

    Home Demonstration Agents It' r. 71 -1' CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk, CENTER
    Dale Russ, visited Pvt. Ken- to. Tuesday last; week. :
    neth Russ in Ft. Oord n. Ga.t We wish to express our Mileage ud 'Per' Diem ,;" 100.00 7 100.00 CARL PREVATT, Chairman!

    t and friends. and relatives in sympathy to Mr.' and Mrs. 1wtration and. ,.l'..., J :OFFICIAL SEAL)' .

    DEPENDABLE SERVICE ;t, Allendale, N. C. recently. Mr.: Terry McDavid on theloss1 of Inustratlon'-...... iteria1 i".. t.' ..' 100.M .'.. 100.00 !''JIb.:

    and Mrs. Russ and grandchil their infant daughter last 4.H Club, Camp. (Girls) & ;' .., l

    Akridge Taxi Service :' dren. Sheila", Greg and Jimmy week. 1Sta.te Short Course ,'"_ --rr 100.00 .' 100.00 j

    -_ ; ,Duke, visited friends and Slumber Party 4.H Club Camp (Boys) & .:Y r. ,

    I relatives in Orlando and Leesi: A group- of girls.. enjoyed. a State Short eo rs "' J' 100.00 100.00 I II

    ,i "slumber-less": party Friday '. t'. I
    "oresi' 2,208.00 2,398.00
    I burg.Mr.. and Mrs. N. C. Mott night at a house near..Brook- .armer. p :
    Clerk Cotfuty'Agent's Office 1.680.00"l, 80.O
    i; visifed Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lay- er. Chaperones were Miss tA. ,.. t
    and Operating 'Ecpe.nsu-
    ;, field and 'Mrs. Mary. Simmons Jackie Hagar and Mrs. Bobby I
    AsSiStmt ouitj Aunt ; 3500.00
    i in Gainesville over the Dyal Twelve girls were pres- -
    f ; weekend. ent. to enjoy the party. Fiie Control ; 3,990.00 3.990.00 _

    Recreatiofl (payable Sect. 418)) 6,283.12 6.783. t
    PHONE \ Mrs. Fred McDavid. Sue. Charles' .B. Kej1ey GM-2. ,
    't}: "
    Brehda. and. Don. Carolyn returned to Norfolk Va" last iI1c1tyand1'1fc 'a i iI _

    Watson of High Springs, and Saturday after being home on Improvement f C.C. $1,500.00)( ) ,: ; I I 't _. ".-e -
    Starke Fla. 9642681AEARIN : ; '
    1\\ grandson, Ken Green, were in a ten-day leave. He is stationed 6,000.00. 6,000.00 J,. S ? ,, ip,. I _
    Highlands to. C. from Friday. there with the U.s. Navy. Suwannee Valley : -1 I ;

    I "1 I ,NOTILE. Development Authority. "l1,500.00. '.-. 1,000.00Courth6use ,I
    and .Annex -
    The Board of County Commissioners of 'Bradford County -
    4,500.00 2000.00 I II II
    will meet on August 6.-1963.' at 10:00 A.M., for the 'pm. Capitai !x1se

    pose of hearing: requests and complaints regarding the .196 Purchase of Property 1,000.00- 1,000.00 I

    I,64 Budgets' and from day to day thereafter if it deems it EqUipment, .County .Judge' 481.75ota:1' .... !I ,-( "
    HELP necessary. !

    Appropriation $165,186.52 198028.22
    General' Fuxid :
    ..! '
    ""* 'Y' R&erv&for : 866.73 I
    Estimate of Receipts t 'Last Teaz% T his: Year. Contingencies- -. .- .F, ; 1,004.25ReServe IJ J I -' ti yj

    CONSULT) BOB WILSONOf Taxes &374 Mills on assessed .for Conthrencies ityJudge 571.2fi... I t
    I Reserve for Contingencie. Mos. Control. 290.0 .!
    valuation of 10297427.00 $86,271.84Railroad I,

    Soles'Ilearing Aid Center of JacksonvilleANDREWS i and Telegraph License 000.00422.01 ) I
    Total Budget $166,343.25 $199,603.12Road
    i Racing Monies 55950.00 74,273.00
    and Bridge Maintenance\ Fund r
    DRUG STORE Insurance Agent License ,250.00 245.89. '* ..;.,
    ., Mosquito troI.State Board of JCstimat of Receipts ,,
    Taxes 4.44 Mills assessed valuation ,
    STARKE PLAZA Health, State. I 8,500.00. 10,000.00.Mosquito on j J
    Co'ntfol State Board of. ; of $10,29727.oo5,720:5T:

    > t 2000.00 Gasbune, Tax 20% of 7th Cent 19,000JOO. 18,566.90
    Health State Tj, 2,380.00 -
    : < '! *
    EVERY FRIDAY Matching Fund Hospital 2460.00 2.113.67 Gas. and Motor Fuel Tax
    State -" .., ..' -'
    .' County Surplus 40,000,00 43628.25
    Taxes 7.84S lulls on' ;Assessed, .-
    \ $12,168.017100: Motor Fuel Tax 20% of 7th .
    I Valuation of 9,886.20 .
    1O:00T012.'OO Cent and Special Fuel 600.00 2,503.09
    ; Candidates Filing Fee e 3,000-00 ,",

    Occupational License 1.500.00 1. 78,55: Auto.. Transportation, Mileage Tax I ,.
    \yhatever your hearing problem we, invite you to : County Surplus' 1,900.00 2,301.76
    : Beverage License S50JDO, 318.75.. .
    come in! Get the facts! Ifyou'venever.worn a hear- I Excess" Fees, Tax Assessor 500XJO- ..,- Taxes 4.24 'Mills on 12168017.00

    if the wearing isn't completely .. .. *.
    ing aid, or one you are Excess Fees, Tax Collector 50000'5W.OO Assessed Valuation 51,592.39City -

    satisfactory, come in. We will gladly talkit i Excess Fees, Clerk:Circuit Court of Starke, Reimbursement!: Keep your savings deposits rolling h-lo our

    over confidentially. And if you heed foiier hear ": S .' MO.OO .' VorK,on 'empleAv nue 4OOOvOO 4,000.00
    ; fulJ-scale banking
    -< Excess Fees County Judge .. bank where you can enjoy
    I ,
    better '" :
    ing; we will help you in the., selection of a Other Revenue Receipts 500.00'Total :
    j City of Starke, Donations to Library 760.00 .
    .. .. -
    aid ', .. :".- -: ., _: under roof!
    hearing, Grants and Donations, Lj service one
    *' Estimated Receipts $111. 20, 7 $123,092.39I
    Control 5,000.00 5,000.00
    COMPLETE SERVICE .Mosquito j i ". <
    I Othci Revenue Receipts 2,000.00 2,000.00: I: Less 5% 5,561.02 6,154.62

    I Complefe line of aecessori s'nd batteries. Receipts, County Judge's Office 5,500.00 !i

    a in the privacy of home or of Refund.. Advertising Delinquent. Taxes 650.00j. .. 650.00 I 95_ %. of :Estimated. Receipts_ $105,65935 $116,937.77 -
    Appointments your : to b Fcar!: Cah 8000.00 -15,000.00
    I : ,
    fice. us. Total Estimated Receipts $1g8Sl1st; :.. 5201,68833
    We complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids. \. 10.084.41' (! Total Estimated Receipts I -'
    I carry a Less 5% 8,42839: (
    . .... :
    J. j i and Balances 113659.55 1131,937.77 mm' TLEfl ITT]

    Have A Hearing Test TODAY! 93. % of Estimated Receipts _$$160,14i25 191603.72. I (Millage Levfed' Last Year 4.44 Estalated This'Year" 4.24.) ;. .- ";L. : -
    *. ROad .i iiiitewwe
    We invite you to use this service -, :No>> obligation. 1,, Balances"'" CaSh to. ,be County Brought Forward: 4,000.00, 8,000.00 Estimated' Eipsei'' ***** t One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group

    Living Sound Hearing Aids I Liquid Investments (Cost) : '. .. Salary, Road Foreman 5,252.80 6,553.04 Member Federal Insurance
    ; ZENITH I Mos. Cont. State .I" "." 2200.00 Mileage,. Per Diem Foreman 200.00 200.00 Deposit Corp.TmmSDAV .

    .J 1 S ..Salary Maintenance Crew 44,000.00. 45,846.00 -

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    :r.\\'n.U) ___n BRADJroJU... COPY} : ;TF GMt.' T,4 M.E., Rf. A___ THURSDAY, AUG. 1, -1963

    Methodist Church m meets at home of Mrs.Foster -

    j Shi Smith 10 ajn. Prayer QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ;' ':. ::' .' .'- ,,; '.
    Thursday Aug. 1Chancel Meeting and Bible Study
    Choir rehearsal 7:30: p.m. 1:30: pjn. ; ," ;, Choke Sunnyland
    Sunday Aug. 4 Church s ; ; f
    Ce nt
    Y< e r
    School. 9:45: a. m. Morning
    At The Tabernacle
    1 SIICls
    Worship 11 a.m. Snack SuP- aq [
    per for MYF. 6 pjn. Youth I| The Sunday morning service A Y < Included SMOKED
    Meetings, 7 pm. Evening Ser- I att the Gospel Tabernacle was
    vice, 8 p.m.Monday I in charge of the sponsor who ii :
    Aug. 5Circle 2 delivered a prophetic message
    meets at home of Mrs. F. C. from Thessalonians compar-
    Hollingsworth, 3 p.m. Com- ing Paul's letter to present U AAI.1r'4
    y;; .r
    mission on Education meeting,: day conditions. 4 n "'
    7 p.m.Executive Committee ofMen' The evening message was
    I vy j A I
    Club meets 7:30 pjn. entitled "Seven. New. Things,"
    Official Board meeting, 8 p.I: the last of these being "The
    m. i New Paradise" as mentioned
    Tuesday. Aug. 6Circle 1 in Revalation 22. Preceeding ,
    meets in Fellowship Hall, 10 this service a program of music qe C
    am., with Mis. C. L. Schollas i consisting of vocal solos SHANK
    and several instrumental numbers \00IM
    hostess. Circle 4 meets at'
    home of Mrs. John R. Brab-I on organ and piano were
    ham. 10 aon. Circles meetsat i i enjoyed.
    home of Mrs. Harry'Green, ;
    10 a.m. Church Library open, .Cash Paid for Good. Clean .
    3:30: '''to 5 p.m. Rags. IV J Khakis or WoeL All W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER BEEF : Q
    Wednesday.: .. Aae 7-Circle Cotton. Briar t. Telegraph.

    REG. 59* COPELAND ALL MEAT Sirloin i S t e a ks 0 LB. 98; Df AOUCUlTUSf PAKTMf>NT' OF

    I WI ieners LB. 49 I


    FOR LAUNDRY a._ REG.Lunch Off COPELAND MEAT FAMILY :. c59IRound, Steaks. LB. 881 Whole OR Butt Half LB. 45;


    soimss? COPELAND Bologna BRAUNSCHWEIGER LB. 0391 Ground eef. 51 LB.PKCiPI99 Pork Sausage LB. 39

    Hood Soft Rinse pampers all t
    your washahles-and your r: Hoocl 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH Chopped, ShapedC'Ube.STEAKS .

    pocketbook, too! Fluffs tow. .,. 13 LB. $199
    els and diapers to fleecy&ft- l BOX
    ness. Leaves fabrics so detp- RINSE
    wrinkle-free that ironing's '. "'1 lAMlC COMttlMOM* rd SUPERBRAND LOAF Jumbo Vine Ripe CaliforniaChee'se !
    ,easy-v\hen necessary at all. . t

    The complete fabric softener ...-' 2-LB. 791 .
    at the economy price. LOAF ;
    Cheese i 6-oz Pkg J 9

    2.V'is' >,.4 c

    BREAKSTONE CREAM(3-oz. 10$!:) 'tt $

    CheeseS'ozPks19.9'Land> 0' Sunshine i t!. All. Flavors Thrifty Maid JUMBO

    F N THEATRE- 25 CheeSe2.Lb Extra Stomps with SUPERBRAND Cup 5 COTTAGE 5 t 8 U T .E R 'i.1t I' ;I Ice MILK Size 27's


    OPENING TIME P t I j Limit with one. 2 49
    $5.order !
    :MONDAY\ 6:00 THROUGH P. M. FRIDAY '"""50 Extra 2&T Green Stamp* or j 1t HALF Grapes IBS. ;


    S LB .
    Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Chocolate Cake ; .: -
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    August 12345 AT ANY WINH-DIXIE .. .

    HiP-HEP-HAPRy :' t t ':_..j: .. I ,prpCVUa,

    HAYLEY! ::" ii SAVE Tfr? EA. STANDARD- Limit 3 with $5.00 order or more. ;
    5 T. No-303 CAN 5p;
    ONE 2-LB. PKG. FROZEN PAN-REDI .. o ,!
    Breaded i .
    r. .' Shrimp rt ': f
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    > SAVEt\ EA. BLUE-.or'WHITE ARROWlillif'1 1 with $5.00 food order. I
    ro "J i /
    BIG "
    .._,. l ...-:. .,.8: /f McKENZIE Green Peas, Limas, Blackeyes, Com, Butterbeoni

    rrr ,, SAVE 10# EA. .... DEEP SOUTH SALAD' : : "' :4 2-LB BIG,
    2 51
    Extra r Green Stamps .... T .t. . Vegetables PKGS.
    / Wait D1SN6Y \ THIS'COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .' ,rs-..,'.--. ," 0 0 0 -
    I50 THREE PKGS. FROZEN D. ":; JAR 29 r/
    DAYS 1 a lsals 1 DAYS resslng I QUART. MORTON .Lemon, C lat.B.nona. Neapolitan, Coconut J
    i I roI fcana Fruit Bars a ": 0 .' .
    : imner "
    J GOOD THRU AUGUST;3RD: f"M. ( Pies 2Fom"v79"

    Ma9t t S3 ( d PURE CONCORD ASTOR
    AppleSauce JOJCAN 10;

    5 I.I: ... S. piiMM1424 i : PC Juice. 6 CANS 6 oz: st


    HAYLEY BURL DOROTHY TeCHNlCOlOf'e DEBORAHDouble ONE Shrimp PKG. FROZEN Creole PAN-REDI atsup. 2. t2- BOHLES 25.9' A Fish Sticks jPKGS.8'OZ stAT


    b.....IIufuAll1111wr. &.k.OAUWIwIMA.4w ANY WINN.DIXIE ,. MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey
    SAVE 5-2/3*' EA. .CRAC!
    Feature Sat. Sun. _s 4 dot.., t Meat Pi'es 5 8oz.s.t
    -- :
    Jumbo Pies .3 ; I-$1.: e PIES

    c [50 Extra## Green Stamps .
    Quantity Rights' Reserved Prices Good'Thru'August 3rd
    1he Wild \Westerners"Tuesday WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF :-
    ONE IOO-CT. PKG. -
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    AUGUST 6, 7, 8 AT ; 'j""",:.z.)t!:,...1t-. i -. .-. .
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    She had so much love to give 'b"l. ; ? VACUUM. RACKED- > .('::$; ALL PURPOSE QIL

    ...and she gave it to a stranger! 50 Extra*M:Green Stamps !f' 7"t;

    ONE 20oz.JAR TROPICAL .'..? Astor r v Ast o r
    Strawberry Preserves ;
    t rAT --"
    ANY WINN-DIXIE (" 1LB.. CAN\ W l 24-oz. BOT.
    56 d fl ,/
    MMAVtSION'MoMITftOCOlOR/l SAVE 10* ,. y4. SAVE 1 12
    .t t 2!,
    "" JP:
    r1F1NdlliJ t I fifiJ I
    .::: MAXWELL HOUSE .'Save 1 10< ,/! ALL PURPOSE OIL Save 11* :
    M Extra 3M:Green Stamps '
    WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 4 T" Coffee 1-LB. y/tf v Wesson-z28 -
    Colgate Tooth Paste >& Limit i i .1-. with, $5.00. orhnofe ( Limit one with $5.00
    CRAZY"It's I f food order_ ) food order.rAC1E -.- ..-. :
    COOO THRU AUGUST:3RD ; y : :
    AT ANY WINSOME I ,. :'-.-rtS4't.i. _. ". :
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