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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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August 22, 1963
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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d. Lawson Qualifies
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I 1", { f Only 2 Races Set Recreation Board Seeks

In City ElectionCity _'Sr.nt Conway Airport Land ; I

t n s fa' PA Only one additional candidate was t ---

I added to the meager list of Starke Starke's Recreation Board, appearing before the

"4 c al1 political aspirants as the qualifying .4 A Money Saver city council for the third straight time Tuesday night,

l1 11 P i deadline passed at noon Tuesday for made a bid to have the city purchase the old Conway

t the city's upcoming September 10 .. Starke Council Considers airport property adjacent to North Orange Street.No .
election. answer was forthcoming from the Council Tuesday ,

Ewell i nitrhtThe however._ I
Former city councilman t ---0---' '
? I only access to the area and f fI
Lawson qualified last week to seek Bond rec board had first requested -
Refunding Program I
land for an enlarged is not centrally located since ,
the Group 2 board post held by In- I
I, I I program and ball fields from{I i it is on the south end of town.

cumbent J. D. Doyle, a veteran of S'N A bid by the firm of Pierce, Garrison, and Wool-I.I city property in south Starke I J The area south of Alligator

' \ three terms on the council. Lawson burn of Jacksonville to combine and resell in a refunding being saved for future Indus- Creek also has the added disadvantage :

two of Starke's outstanding bond trial use, but ran into opposi- of being low and '
has served two terms, from 1952 to 1 program wet and would haveto
-,- ---- tion from the Starke-Bradford probably
under consideration the
issues was taken by city coun-
r 1956 but defeated reelectionin ,
for filled drained be
was County Chamber of Commerceand be in and
I Lawson I cil night.
II Tuesday fore it would be useful for
I s 56 and again in 1957. the Bradford County De-
.4 --- The council told Bo Wool- issue at four \
Clerk Merrill Edwardsis I approximately velopment Authority. Recrea- much of anything. Council ,i

j the only other incumbent second man in the group of'' burn, the firm's representativehere per cent. tion officials, searching for Chairman Ruby Johns told }

j jj jj to draw in what four behind Mrs. Ruby Johns Tuesday night, they "It is your professional o- land suitable for their pur- the rec board members she
with 637 votes in 1958 the I thinks it would cost muchto
j pinion that this is a good as
would turn the matter over to poses, have been told the city
appears to be developing intoa city passed legislation estab- time for us [the City of fill in a site as to buy already -
could purchase the old
_. study by the city's engineering airport
very mild election. Mayor lishing the present five groupsso Starke] to go into a refund- owned by Rev. Lacy level and high.
Conwa.y.for ,
: firm, Reynolds Smith
Starke Beauties Parade Randal Chitty, Police Chief that challengers would be ing program?" Mayor Randal a "fair minimum price"of Recreation board members
and Hills of Jacksonville.
\ William F. Rosser, and Coun- required to run against indi- Woolburn proposed to save Chitty asked Woolburn. approximately $60,000, according also made it known Tuesday l'

t Winners of the starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce's annual beauty contestto cilman Chairman Ruby Johns, vidual councilmen. the a city a total of $45,000over "There will be .no benefit j to Rec. Dept. Board that the department will not

< select a Miss Starke to participate in the annual Florida (Crown Beauty Pageant Saturday Group 4, apparently will serve Under the new ruling Doyle a period of 25 years by to wait another 10 years, Member Merritt Williams. abandon its neighborhood

;f August 31, in Jacksonville Beach was Miss Henree Lou Dennis, second from right in thephoto. another two-year term in city drawing the bonds and reselling Starke has the same poten- As a concession to the city, playgrounds and parks in undertaking
beat James
Lewis 843-606 In
; The contestants ((1-r) are: Bobbie Faye Smith, Hope Holliday, Suzanne Judd, Harriet ,government without a fight. them at lower interest tial for saving now as it will Williams said the recreation the new project.
1959. He also defeated two have in the next 10 The new area is needed for
1 Goodman, Miss Dennis, and Susie Broadway.Miss Edwards is being challengedby I years board would be willing to sell

I :: Linda'Huggins had already been chosen to represent Bradford County in the upcoming a long-time employee of challengers in 1961 when he rate.The bond issues referred to Woolburn replied. the present Pratt Street Play- larger ballfields and play areas -

beauty pageant. The contest held last Wednesday, August 14, at the Starke Golf and the city clerk's office, Mrs. polled 592 votes, 267 more; are the $425,000 Natural Gas City Clerk Merrill Edwards ground to the county for a new several board member
Carolyn Redgrave who work- told the council that the Na- courthouse site if the I said, and the smaller play-
: Country Club.Local than Fred Snell who polled! bonds sold a 5.75, per cent city
i ed under former city clerk 325 while Jim Silcox trailed interest and ,the $750,000 issue tural Gas bond issue totals would purchase the airport. He grounds will continue to be

Driver j 49 Courses Offered Carl Johns and Edwards for with 251.Clerk for the power plant sold $425,000 but that by the timeit said since it has become used as they are now. I
: 16 If she beats Ed- is paid off the city will In other action the rec
years. Edwards seeking his at 3.75 per cent interest. known that a recreation site I
wards she will become Starke's third term in,office and Mrs. Woolburn said he thought his have paid a total of $435,000 is needed, several offers of board also requested and the f \

Hurt In CrashAt first female city clerk. Redgrave has entered politics firm could sell the combined interest on it. Edwards said land have been made to the council approved City Attorney ;

Bradford High Sets.New CoursesTo Seeking his third term on for the first time.. Edwardswas that any saving that can be board. George Pierce to replace J
HawthorneThree the council Lawson first made will be that much less ;
was elected to the post in The airport, one of the offers Fred Snell, who Is moving to ;
elected to the board in 1952. 1959 after the retirement of Hampton RR interest the city will have to
is the
site the
i rec. ,Way cross, Ga., on the rec
persons, including a Broaden 1963-64 Curriculum under the old group system, former city clerk Carl Johns pay.According seems to have its heart set on !
I Starke man were injured when he was third man in agroup by defeating Cliff Hazen Agency To to the clerk the now, however, and was termeda board to, fill the unexplrei

when a car skidded into the I l ,Of-.five candidates. He 1,152-428. He challenged Johnsin Close. Operation principal the power. plant "wonderful site" by Williams term, .
I wrong lane of rain-slick MS, Bradford High School will open its doors .for the was re-elected in 1954 when 1957 but' 'was defeated in issue, at the end of the fiscal 'He said the old airport : f

301 late last Friday afternoon, i 1963-64 term on September 3 with an offering of 49 he was also third man in a his first bid for office by two The Seaboard Air Line Rail- year ending Sept. 30, 1962, contains slightly under 40 acres -

August 16 and 'collided with I j
I, a second auto. I broaden its curriculum. race with Billy NoegeLIn opposed in 1961. way'will. ask the Florida Pub- natural gas issue down to although not close to any

All three were reported in I Principal Tom Casey said the first count Lawsonwas Mayor Chitty and Chief lic Utilities Commission for $420,000. main highways. i

fair condition yesterday at1 I this week that the school will zation of teachers. third with 340 votes and Rosser will serve their second authority to close the agency '"Well certainly look into Bids Too High !
Alachua General Hospital. Ac- The theme of the program Noegel fourth with 339. De- terms in their respective of- discontinue the handling of this Council Chairman Ruby ,

cording to Highway Patrol this year offer for the first will be, according to Casey, manding a recount Noegel fices and Mrs. Johns will less than carload shipments, Dixie League Johns promises.

I Trooper G. C. Winburn, Mar- time a course in basic elec- to pick up a student at his came out on top 341 to 340 serve her fifth term on th? and dismantle the station The'rec board also told th; Morgan StatesUnless

vin Frazier Hazen 62, of tricity, Latin II, a humanitiescourse own level and teach him from and so a run-off election was council. building Hampton.. Team PraisedHigh council that the city owned [ I

Starke suffered a broken left consumer economics. that basis. More time will be held. Lawson nailed down the Registration books will be Notice of intention to file area south of Alligator Creekis

I arm and multiple cuts when and basic art appreciation.The allowed for basic skills and seat solidly in the run-off open at city hall until noon the application is given in a praise of the Starks not suitable for a recreation milk distributors ,
individual instruction said the polling 516 votes to 413 for notice in this issue of lower the price they
the car he was driving went BHS shop was enlarged this Saturday, August 24. legal Dixie League baseball team site. Mrs. Dot Epperson, using are asking I
out of control about 3.5 miles principal. Noegel. Since no race has more The Telegraph. Piling date is was contained in a letter this a map to illustrate her Bradford County, will have

north of Hawthorne.His during the summer enablingthe BHS this term will have 54 Lawson was defeated in than two candidates Starke given as Aug. 26, 1963, or as week from Jack Z. Blum, point, told the council that to serve orange juice and I

car struck the left frontof electricity course to be instructors four more thanin 1956, however, and again in voters will not get a chanceto soon thereafter as practicable. site is to narrow, although powdered milk with school i ,

a car being driven south offered and an additional industrial 196263. An increase in 1957.Councilman use their neW'second pri- _Should the application be state to director Randal of the program. long, is too near U.S. 301, the lunches when the term opens I

by Benjamin Harrell, a 30- arts instructor to be average-daily-attendance enabled Doyle is seeking mary rule which must be approved Starke will be des- Mayor Chitty.In September 3,. Supt. Hannon I

ear-old Negro from St. Pe hired. It is a broadening of the school to add the re-election to his fourth term held if one candidate does not ignated as the governing ag- his letter Blum stated: P. Morgan said yesterday I

tersburg. Harrell suffered a the school's vocational offer units. i i on the council. He .was first receive more votes than the ency for Hampton, the notice "Please be advised that the [Wednesday]. '
ing which also includes voca- new 1 elected in 1957 when he was said. team and managers from your
possible back injury and cuts of his opponents. I All three bids to supply
tional-agricultural home economics area conducted themselves
and his passenger Alberta 'Bradford County school with
DCT, and business Don both individually and as a !
Fleming, 36, also of St. Pete, Pads Today milk have been 7.2 cents per
administration.Latin unit in an outstanding man-
was kept in the hospital for half-pint carton, two cents
H will be offered this ner. They represented Starke!
observation, a hospital spokesman higher than last year. School
term for the first time. Latin i with dignity, sincerity, leadership w '
said. lunchrooms in the county just
The impact threw Hazen I was taugh last year by Mrs., Gridders Tackle Fundamentals i baseball knowledge, and broke even last and
year can
will handle
Evelyn Haney who j ability and sportsmanship of
out of his "A seat belt i
car. both courses this term. Mrs.1 1I the very highest calibre. On not afford' to pay for mill land t
definitely would have helped c :
here," Trooper Winburn said. I Haney will also teach the new I|.\ Bradford High gridders and off the field of endeavor i still serve a meal for 30 I

course in basic art and art have been concentrating on keen sense cents the
He said both cars are a total they displayed a r superintendentsaid.
I appreciation being taught for ''.j fundamentals and extra skull LJ,71 of responsibility that they I i
loss.The !I the first time this year. sessions in an effort to "cut were representing their par- I
trooper said Hazen was I I : Morgan said students would
The new humanities course, down on mistakes this season y ents::the people of Starke and I f sK3 t
charged with driving on the $ derive just as much good from
under the tutelege of Larry Head Coach David
i all of the 3rd District of
wrong side of the road and drinking orange Juice and
Gibson will feature advanced Hurse said this week. I
Florida. It became increasingly ,
Harrell with driving withouta I 1 powdered milk. Orange juice
license. concepts in humanities ani After the fifth day of practice ;1::, rat tP apparent that this respon- contains many vitamins and

world literature, according to Wednesday the gridderswere sibility was uppermost in their
though powdered milk contains -
Southside Principal Casey. Consumer checking out equipmentin minds at all times, and they I less butterfat than I

economics will be offered by preparation to donning r acted accordingly. 'whole milk It contains the 1 I
RegistrationParents the business and commercial pads today [Thursday] for eliminated X f.
"Although they were -
same amount of protein.
.. {
this the first "
which has been enlarged time. While runningin Tuesday night, this loss "We'd probably get by justas
who have not com- term by the combining of the shorts the team has already brought about by the fact
was I CC Secretary well without it [milkhe
pleted registration for first DCT program and the regular gone over most of its that they had the misfortuneof I

graders at Southside Elemen- BHS commercial department.The kicking game, the basic playson losing the very first game said.Reason
Is for the higher
tary School may do so between two groups now occupy offense and the entire 5-4 played 12-01 against Lakeland.I EmployedPeter prices I {
]is not
8:30: ajn. and 3 pan. adjoining rooms in C Buildingof defense which they will use This put an awful lot of pressure clear Morgan said. !
The distributor
this Friday August 23, according the high school. this season. on them and they madea J. Novak of Lakelandwas such as Foremost

to Principal J. C. Another new course that The Tornadoes this season few mistakes. At this level hired this week as secretary ] claims the Florida Milk j
to add the sec will utilize the back- Starke and Bradford t Commission set a floor price !
Hobbs. Casey hopes flip-flop of baseball [meaning the State ; of the I
ond semester is one in IBM field similar to some pro Tournament] you see the very I County Chamber of Com1 1 under school milk In its recent 1
; if the county teams. left halfback will __ rI r---" -h ''j H. !..Ic.I I action. But the Mil(
Bloomer Girls data processing The finest teams and a single miStake I merce to replace. R.. !
Commission this
I can swing the cost of renting always be the running back I Tornado coaches and players relax 'after a strenuous, workout in the hot August Son can ana often does: eliminate Intire who resigned severalmonths says : not I

vs. I the machines. One advantage and the right halfback will ; Monday, their third day of practice for their first game with Macclenny on September 20. a very good team. ago. true, according to Morgan, :
that the floor I
this offers is that much of always act as the flanker, slot, The 39-year-old Novak had placed under I i
The donned Starke.
gridders pads for the first time today (Thursday, August 22.) That was the fate of milk
Jr. Woman's Club j the school's bookkeeping couldbe or set man who switches from I I "Certainly, it is most grati- been employed as the field to schools.prices does not apply !!

done by the machines thus one side of the line to the : ny," he said, "But we hope! Coach Hurse said a special Hurse and Coach Erwin Land. to DP secretary for the Florida District -

SOFT BALL GAME i cutting down many man- other. Hurse said this will cut I to use both boys a lot." Hurse! effort is being made this sea- New faces are Johns Manning, fying for me personally of Civitan Internationalsince The Bradford school board F[

: hours of labor. down on the number of as said that senior fullback Tom II III I son to cut down on simple who transferred to the high in a position to contribute my I 1959. During the five has received. milk bids from I' !

AUG. 29 7:30 P.M. I, Another new project to be signments-the back will haveto I Gardner, out half of last sea-< mistakes such as kicking, Clipping from Starke Elementarywhere I small effort towards these i years he organized 45 Civitan Foremost Dairies, Suwannee '

tried at BHS this year will learn. son with a broken ankle, still i and backs cutting the he was recreation director f wonderful leaders of 'our future Clubs, including the one In Valley Dairies of Lake City. I

BUS Stadium ; be the much discussed team Senior Leonard Dugger and: favors the'leg but seems to be: wrong way. He said he thinks ; Jerry Lawson a 1956 generations. If the Starke Starke, all over the state. and Wells Sunnybrook: Dairies [!

Adults 50e teaching experiment whica junior Larry Crawford are working into shape. | the Tornadoes were beaten in graduate' BHS who played team is an indication,of whatwe Since 1949 Novak has also ,I of Macclenny, all at 12 cents I

:, will involve approximately looking good as the running Line Coaches John Man- three and possibly four games football at the University of to have as future leaders owned photography business per half-pint.. 1

Students 25c 1150 ninth graders on a volun- backs Hurse said, and senior ning and Erwin Land also j I last year because of too many Tampa for three years! Bob are and has been employed as a Morgan estimates that

tary basis, according to Casey. George Seeley and junior singled out some players for I unnecessary mistakes. Games Paine, from Selma, Ala. and we in the State of Florida news photographer for the Bradford- schools use about I[
; The program will be taught Gene Pass, a converted end, particular praise. Donald Car coming in' for discussion were in his first year of coaching, need not worry. Lakeland Ledger, a police officer 26,000 gallons of milk per 4 f

This Space Contributed I each day for four uninterupted will run at the flip-flop spot. ter, a junior tackle,is "hustling I Lake City, Palatka, Live Oak, and Chuck Mason, from Cleveland "Please allow me to extend by the Lakeland Police school, term of 180 days. At I I

Weekly to Publicize periods by five instructors, The coach said Wednesdaythat I as much as anybody on the i and even Gainesville High Ohio also in his first my sincere appreciation to Department, and a life under- 12 cents per half-pint car- i !

Community Events by Richard Jockel Ben Cheat- sophomore Donald Fal- field,- they said. Special !;, SchooL "We beat ourselves in year of coaching. you: the people of Starke, and writer for two years by American ton, milk would, cost 57.6 cents ''I

,I l1am, Bill Alexander, Mrs. Judy con and senior Phil Elder are praise was also given Bish i those games" Hurse said. Hurse has 45 boys out this team for their outstanding National Insurance Com- per gallon, an increase of 16 1 : i
Gabei; and Miss Beatrice your fine Lv iamL. He also cents gallon i
season including 10 freshmenand pany in per over last
The CommunityState fighting it out for the top Bishop, tackle Tommy Tiiom- Four new coaches can teiI i efforts in the 1963
: : Scribner. Emphasis will be 11 lettermen. Only four served four and a half years year. The schools' milk would 1
placed on more time for stu- quarterback spot. "It's impossible as. guards Leon Thomas anJ seen on the BHS athletic field ;: Dixie Youth Baseball State cost $14,976 :
Bank 1 I I boys however, were starters in the U.s. Navy. next year against
dents to be Instructed indi'i to tell who'll start our Jeff Warren and freshman J| any day now. the only holdovers on last year's team which i i Tournament.." ,-, He is married and the father only $10,816 last year, an Increase *" I !

i dually and better time utili- first .game against Macclen-,I halfback from last children. of $.,160.
Calvin Varnes. .... year being compiled & 6-" record. of three ._ ...; I


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1 : '1r Arid Mrs.*\vU1ard Williams Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell r 1 1I \
Mrs. Home 57 Public Preaching '
and family*have returned visited relatives in St. Peters- 4'

f fI from 12-day visit with Mr. burg Monday and Tuesday. Of I Permit Issued I Health/ Facts )
I and Mrs. Gordon Williams in Linda L Hampton

Ashburn, Ga. spent I Starke's city council agreed ii _

.t S ,.! Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rennsr uncle Services Held/ I I Tuesday night to issue to It's a fact that Chiropractic is not a )
left today for Norfolk. Va. to C. H. T >* II! Rev. Emmett Turner of the
l GLADYS MOOTY 1 1I h j "cure aJl"-neither is it limited to correction -
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_- i visit his parents, Mr. and Miss "- I j. Pentecostal Holiness Church a
Mrs. Pearl McAlhany Home I I .. of back ailments.
I I '
Mrs. J. T. Branch for ten
I been 57, of Hampton died Thursday -, permit to preach'on public b1f1Z Many cases of colds, flu, asthma,
It Mrs. R. A. Newsom was in ) Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones days. staff at afternoon :1 street corners on the condi- :
at her
Aug. 15. .
West Palm Beach last week and children of Jacksonvillewere I Jimmy Smith. Freeman Reg- Larry :! summer home MMlake. She I tion that he makes no ex-> < pleurisy, headaches, constipation and ton-
visiting her brother, W. A. last I' ister in and Billy Bowling on cessive noise : sillitis are brought about by nerve pres-
Thursday guests of ident's had several i or causes no :
-been ill for
Hendry. who is ill. i i Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. are touring North Carolina, : i complaints. i| Dr. linger sures causing lowered resistance or impaired '
I' '
Mrs. A. W. Anderson and : and Mrs. Joe Bryant Tennessee Sand Kentucky this j with a months. I Rev. Turner has been arrested : vitality. I.

Mrs. R. A. Newsom visited : and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw ]i, week.. ',1 Mr. Born" in Reevesville.] ,S. C. on twice while preaching i Consult your Chiropractor today. If an examination f'

Mrs. Edna Eddy and M. P. :' of Valdosta, Ga. spent several i i} Austin Smith underwent of Jan. 6, 1906, she was the on Oak and Brownlee in Reno' reveals that your condition is not correctible by '

Hazen in Alachua General days this week with Mr. and '' surgery Wednesday in St. Vin- j week daughter. of the late JohnHamjton and on Cherry Street, according Chiropractic methods, your Chiropractor will gladly

Hospital on Sunday afternoon. i i Mrs. Tyler Jones. I j cents hospital. | vin McAlhany, and Matj j j i to Police Chief William ( tell and refer 'j
so to the Doctor best suited '
[ Tombo Smith of the University I tie Bryant McAlhany. who resides you you
Cot and
\ Mrs. T. T. Long Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson | :Mr. F. Rosser. Residents have ,
,visited! their son. Dave in'1' Jr. of Monticello and Miss i of Georgia is home and -- -in.-R .evesville...- .. .- -She.-. -was-- .a., complained of the noice Rev. ; to care for you. '
) Tallahassee on Sunday. I Lillian Stump of Starke spent i|] for a months vacation between ,I member ot the Hampton Bap. I : 't I1 Starke the'Bellinger Chiropractic Health Center <
Street Turner makes when he
Mr. and Mrs. William Parks ',(Wednesday to Sunday in the'' semesters. I derman tist Church and had lived in*![ is located at 426 N. 'Yalnut.Insurance .
preaches and of his actions i
"? and daughter of Atlanta. Ga. i Smoky Mountains. Mrs. Johii I I Local admittances to Brad- nut Kelley, Hampton for 30 'years. : Cases Accepted
with piece of hose through
j. are spending a week with his W. Griffin of Ochlochnee Ga. I] ford County Hospital this I Mrs. lic Priest, Besides her mother, survivors -!.I which he blows according 13 I.
: mother, Mrs. Louie Belle Parks spent the weekend with Mrs.j week include: Mrs. Rether include her husband, James ';
i Rev. McGee pastor of the
and also visiting points. of intel'cst ': F. F. Stump. I Crews. Mrs. Annie' Tomlinson Here W. Home Sr. of Hampton: I
j i church, to make music. !
Mrs. Marlene James L.
in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Whitehead I Smith three daughters, Mrs. Barbara:
several ] I
j Jack Hines underwent sur- I, of Lake Butler were Sati i I Gentry Benjamin P. Willis, Thomas F. Kelley Barksdale. Starke; Mrs. Betty :( Ii i Starke A ,
I Mrs. Sarah Kirby. Mrs. Minnie residence in Starke I Hampton Cemetery under direction Progressive City
gery in Alachua General Hospital urday evening supper guests of I Mrs. up on H. May.of Hampton; and Mrs. ; !
of DeWitt C. JonesFuneral : !
R. Rhoden, E. L. Matthews 'of
i on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish. I Aug. 16, as pastor Martha H. Williams New :
Rev. and Mrs. John Brab-i] Local admittances to Doctor's all of Starke; Miss I uburn Edwards Starke; St. Wil- Port Richey; two James Home. ;
i ham and family were visiting1': Hospital this week include Beulah Sargent of Kff! stone; weekend.Mr. Keystone Heights; and W. Home Jr. j| Active pallbearers were Don ;
and William
friends in North Georgia the]i : Joyce and Willis Walter Starling of Lake Ge- II comb. I Marys' -, Macclenny." ']1' I M. Home both of Hampton; ,]: Hill Milton Mosher, Charles VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT

first of the week. They are :,; Broughton Jr., Mrs. Louise neva; and William Henry I moved native of Ireland, Father I two brothers J. c. and M. Hicks, Eugene Birt, Jim Williams !-: I
expected home Thursday follOwing -.' Sherman of Lawtey.Dr. and Eugene Chason.
Strickland and Mrs. Catherine was ordained to the R. McAlhany. both Reeves :
two weeks vacation. 'I' and Mrs. C. J. Houpt where of ,
I Von Koolbergen all ofI and .
there was
vile, S. c.; and eight grand- j
in Clearwater the cepted
Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long Starke. were over
I an assistant at ',St. children.
'I will attend the wedding ofj|I Walter S. Vanderlip of De- weekend attending the trustees Church in Orlando. 7.i1)5

Bryant S. Carroll Jr. and.i I catur, Ga. spent Tuesday to meeting of F.O.M.A.Mr. I Mrs. .. Edward's parishioners ;Funeral services were held
and Mrs. J. W. Ritch moved at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Hamp-
Carolyn Dart in Jacksonville I|| Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.Harry Father Kelley witn
on Friday evening and will :,,: Mooty while on busi- spent the weekend with her I Court in the Parish HaU ton Baptist Church with Rev.'
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. She Bob Gray. Rev. Paul L. Estes. 6661
also attend the wedding of i i ness here. Mass last Sunday. He (
Bates and Jim Hodges l and Mrs. Tommy Johns. Mr. her son and Rev. W. P. :McElroy of- '
Nancy i I Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Val
I j formally introduced bY' '
in Gainesville on Saturday ,'dosta. Ga. and Mrs. Lillian 'I Johns was confined in St. fay. ,: Futch. ficiating. Burial was in the f I CITY COUNCILMAN

evening. ;,i Phillips of Lake City spent Luke's hospital with mumps. week in i I .
i the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen Mrs. R. I' GROUP
I ,i weekend with their sisters,
Bertha and family spent last week Mr. i j sident of,Carp ..e','
Mrs. Pearce and houseguest
Mrs. Beulah Saxon of visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. and 'i[ Dies In St. I ETERBROkIMARKERSt

rl Richmond, Va. Mrs. Saxon returned Cowen and family in Huntsville Bud ,'' Experienced Capable Responsible

VITAllS with Mrs. Thomas to Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. the I Aug. 16 ?

Valdosta.Mr. G. H. Patterson in Weston Mrs. H. I I
Mr. I Carp active cine *
and Mrs. Stanley Noegel I 6 Years As Councilman
<. Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. Morris Carter Mr. and antropic, religious and .
and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noegel I
; KEEPS 1: and families of Starke and were visiting relatives 1 n and 1 I leader, died Friday.I ESTER ., _:
I Lake 16, in a St. Louis hospI- BRITE-LINE WATER COLOR *
Washington D. C. and Silver : 2 Years As Council Chairman
Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Noegel I*
: .YOUR HAIR : Vi.i. !i and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Spring Md. last week the i He was president of Carp marker is non-toii safe for children. .. I LOVE YAI

p ALL DAY Davis of Orlando attended the I The intermediate G. A. girlsof and j Stores and was Washable, odorless. For paper work p c .
NEAT = .
': Noegel family reunion in Lake the First Baptist Church mond active supporter of local art, coloring, school work 49t : Owns And Operates ,Own Business

WITHOUTGRE.-. jI City on Sunday. with Mrs. J. D. Warren, counselor evening. and various other or- ? -
I -- i iI. Bobby and Randy Stefanelli enjoyed a swim partyat izations. *
marker marks anything ports equip Believes In Starke And
of Gainesville were last weeks the Officers Club at Camp land Carp contributed time. Progressing '
I ment,, rainwear, toys, packages for
12 oz. -- 25c OFF I visitors of their grandparents Blanding Wednesday after- of Lake ; as money, to the con- ,
office school
home or shop. 49$
I.' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. noon. week of many hospitals in Not Standing Still

> IKOCH'S Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Drewof Mrs. Hal Hand of Gainesville Paulk. I where Carp stores are BOTH IN 8 COLORS *
Only 1.24 I Indianapolis Ind. are girls He was a member of
was .a Tuesday visitor of
spending the latter part of Mrs. Jerome Johns at Crystal Stone retailers associations Your Vote And Support On
I the week with Mr. and Mrs. We was active in promoting

I Donald McRae.Mr. Lake.Mr. Mr. closing. His favorite Sept. 10 Will Be AppreciatedPd.
DRUG and Mrs. Thurman
I, and Mrs. Nelson Blocker and Louis charity was the St. Bradford County Telegraph
and of Nashville
family -
STORE I and family of Lake City were Flippin pa were Children's_ Hospital. ; Pol. Adv.
Tenn. spent the first of
Sunday guests of Mr. and Tison Carp, who was in his I-,
Mrs. A. Q. Smith. I the week with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. is survived by his wife. .....,.
I 1
Rabble Shaller and family.Mr.
visited two sons ,a sister, I
and Mrs. Jerome Johns ua two brothers.

I. My Fellow Citizens Of Starke I had Crystal as weekend Lake home guests their and Mr.

I Mrs. Johnson E. Davis and ville and : President CQlej OFFICE EQUIP MEN I SALE ,

Thank for confidence I daughters of Miami, Mr. and have To- -Civitans' .
you your l Mrs. W. J. Login of Tamp after'. -' "r

shown in me by returning me to 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey !her Williams student body "
of Jacksonville and Coy Alvarez H. at Bradford Hign ..

the office of Chief of Police with : of Palatka. Debra Johns Merle spoke at the regular ; .

t| returned to Miami with the Beach I'L of the Civitan Club _i --f "ECONOMY" Side'Chai'
out opposition. Davis family for a week's visit. ay morning about his 4f v 4 v A1 Used inthurch'audstorur',
I cafeteria's and libroriei.
t Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Snell .Mr. and to Boy's State in Talla- ; ..
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: I promise you that during the ; of Daytona Beach were Sunday :Mr. : and to Ann Arbor, :.t :: .,' ,; 't &.' ,.w'i. I last IieavygaugestceImadeio a lifetime. Foant rtbbei; ;
.j guests of Mr. and Mrs. were to the National stu- T" : .. 1 .1 aeotondbac5eaizc"V. : -
f next two years I shall continue my ,' Fred 'Snell. ulon .Council Convention. 4 4,..' .16 V wide, 15Vi" deep.
4) .'
efforts insure that is I Mr. and Richard Ches- Ga.. last .4ims was sponsored, at ; 43I No.2660 $25.73
to our city j Mrs. Mrs,4 '>" ,Cqrtonof2_"__....$25.35 ea.I .
,ser Jr. and family have.moye j State and co-sponsored ." '
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kept a safe and clean communityof daughter_ : student council conven 6' S. '. < "'**: ,
'"from N1. Walnut! Street to 525 from f 'I -1 l.'J :.. ,J.? UPHOLSTERY| COLORS., ..
W. Madison St. ? by the Civitans. : ."' .'. Avdifabl!) in Green, Brown, I

which we can be proud. I, Miss Reba Starnes has returned York joined the meeting he also pre- ,S 1:1'/ i;i ::1 i 1 1 j 'Ton,"flume, and! 'GrQ)' fmih."ECONOMY" ; !I

Our office is open 24 hours, a \ after spending the non, from the Club American wih a certifi-Legion "SECRETARIAL" i' U j /:', ', I
with her in ,
summer family
I ; Typewriter pedestal with elevator platform en 1 letter, 1 box drawer j J
day and will continue) to maintain Spring: City Tenn. returned 56 for contributing "to right (as illusj) or left. Specify preference. Center No. 431_$196.90 ; j l..
Mrs. N. Dankel :was visitIng Mundy betterment of community drawer with' lock and key. Linoleum covered top: ; F.:" II.
law, order and protection for friends in Deland several Misses ., and nation" in sponsor- 60U" x 3m! ". Mist Green, Desert Sand, Sahara Three box drawers "..
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local representative at No. 4i2; 196.50
last Lee of
days week. Jenny Brown
: Gayie. or 1 j ;'
and farnily around the Arm ChairtUkNPROOFSTAIflPOOf : :
you your Deland is spending this' week are State. TO. .."'.. ooi'cble' wIA: CofeJex, Top ,tfiaf olcgtisl' Desined1orcomfor'Qi'es; ; l ;

clock-365 days a !year.William \\'i hthe Dankels. the week cannot stain nor con cigarettes born.............. ._.. Add: %1CT"to number$15.00 add! your office that n,w! look .- l I
,, Friends! of M. F. Hazen will Mr. I Scouts and stands cp after yeprt '[ ..:: '

regretto hear that h*'con- of tw. :..' of'wear. Ruggedly c&il> i 'j;
fined in Alachua General Hospital ing his I Meeting STEEL SLIDING DOOR CABINET fG: :.:. ':, p structed.! Heavy gauge* f"Ii \

,fyBiRosser( / ) with a broken arm and Fancher. Tuesday NowtngTngdco7s"fc!'> block aisles! Large and rL ". steel. Fflam rubber spat ,,
'multiple cuts and bruises Mrs. gauge steel.! :Five adjustable com- and back. Seat UV wid, \ t trt

Pd. 'po\- Adv.CONSULT which'he received in an automobile Brooker. : No. 70 Cub Scouts will 1 ra ments.76" high, 36" wide, 193'" d eep. .b j ., 15'i"deep."Nougahyde"upholstery..' Won't tcuff or ,!

., j accident last Friday Alachua, Tuesday August 27 at No.7636$99.75Same ,\'. t.H" crock. ..JO. 2661 $39.95 ,
b jand
01 Q ave but with lock key. '
r j I evening while enroute horn mark Sr. p.m. in the Starke Ar- I

:I I from Hawthorne where he is last It is urgent that all old Ho.763&t$1OLOO, f'v.: I I

a Railroad agent. The accident A. re-register, all pros-

: occ red during a blind- :Mr. members should reg- DECORATOR ,Tim .MERCH.ur', 'i1e I

HEAR ING HELP ing rainstorm. and early, since there Is only .COLORS... CastaVi two ,fufl twtpiionj **-
J Mrs. Louise Rite 'was in I openings for the entire Mist Green, ;rtif filej: ; a: cfoJb': 1
: Pelham, Ga. over the weekend I attend All Adult Counselor's .Olive Green drove- 4 1
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spidel's I register. F Desert Sand cords '3200 C'(>pcpty.1woor

Collins. _..n ...._ ________ 1__ .11 I We Gray.BOOKCASE ediottable storage co*"*>
BOB WILSONOf I Spidel. I wui DS necessary lor uu partments under iofk and
j :Mrs. :Marie McDavid and and and cubs to be inter- key, a steel safety vault
Soles' Hearing Aid Center of Jacksonville son of Gainesville were visit- Space kits will be I ,14 SECTIONS # 4 doubt/: protected by Dial
ing her mother Mrs. T. D. Randy Lock plus an outer doerunder
; to
to each cub be as- .
I Designed for many uses. Keeps supplies, catafogs ,. ,' ., _, lock and key. 30'V!
I ANDREWS DRUG STORESTARKE Dyal, on Sunday. of by the September and printed matter neat end orderly. 30'/i" w, i .' 1", h. ,;,,' wide,32" M,.,!,, 11" deeI'.
; Mrs. Fred Guy and daughter theiy Meeting. 37&" h, 17" d. Four adustaba| eomparttients. if.J .n No.'"1370 $63.50VTah ;

PLAZAEVERY Jane and Mrs.:.E. L. Matthews I Shaw at } Sims professional (Shelf iizej 30'i" x 16") No. 349S $39.50As

and daughter, Betsy week. of Gainesville will be in 4. abeve but 23" h, 2 tompartmcntj....No.203,$34.10 plunger:Jsck that led* ofl drp'o".No.1310PL.$7J.oo i

spent the 'weekend in Talla- i Mr. of the program. The I

FRIDAY hassee. The Matthews were visited Is scheduled to be .. !

guests of Mrs. C. H, Coulter purkee by 9 pjn.

and attended the Wadsworth-,.. day to fitt STEEL SHELVING UNITS J I

Brown wedding. The GUYS!'|,I Gene.
I Star Shelves adjustable 2" centers,
': pr on ean
I 1OOOTO 12:00 also from .
were guests of friends and be raised or lowered 'or more- shelves
attended the same wedding: take the Honor Elks added. Easily assembled. Olive Green er I

Whatever your hearing problem we invite you to and the Jones-Hopkins wedding George ; Gray. The "fowf-woy reinforcement"! glv., I i
ter. local. chapter of the I them greater! strength. The open thelying .
p ,! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear- : i i i iI
are at of Eastern Star are units! Inclyde! four/ steel gviss ) plates for 11 !
ing aid, or if the one you are wearing isn't completely Mrs. C. L. Cooper and extra. I I
i the members of
satisfactory, come in. We will gladly talkit daughters visited Airman ,and i) where & f I JL .rigidity.WITS I It
ng the Lodge No. ,35 F. SHn -.CLOSED :
over confidentially. And if need better hearing Mrs. Donald/Cooper and baby'in i ONE THlEE ,$IX, '
you I
dinner Monday (,As shows at right) f
toiFriday. Camp .M with a t Comport.mtnhifl : : !
: Tampa last Wednesday ; UNIT UNitS. UNITS \ AdcfTrfonel I '
we will help you in the selection of a better The Donald Coopers! Gary ; 26. at ,7 ,p-m.: in the I No. Width Hclg'': Depth WdI Unit ,.-- 'rIt __" f S I,," !: ir I

hearing aid. : spent the weekend with' thej! Tavares Temple.' ,L 8712 _-3e" 87" 12"H ; $46.95 $46.70 t46.2S I $3.95 ... i
C. L. coop rs'. I week: ; master masons and their 8718 _..3i 87" SIF r, 3onAD.QG 4f5a :
: f Mr. and are cordially invited. _-i I- 8724 --35" *7!? 2.4 Fiv.69J 6US "' .25 ,." .0. 1 I I9X1
SERVICES Dr. Mrs Marcus
1 I .30W' V) 9k fovr 3'.00 32.75' ; o. J
Brown and .family of Independence I CUURCH-,OF GOD pl: 207 -30V! '24" 17" Twa 0.10 3O.5S 39.25 4.95*a. j
Complete line of accessories 'and batteries.( Ia. will arrive Saturday City and 1flsfro.J .4026' -30" '4O"26%" ,thrtt54.4S n.ts 5345. i :7 65 M. i I

r Appointments in the privacy of :your home ,or of- -for ,an extended visjtj I I of Perry 422. N. St.. Clair. St. ThiEf Ha 7512 *.s SHELVING UNITS-OPfN (,As shown at left) i: j

a fice. ,Call '.us. with Mrs. Brown. ,Sr. j l of .Mr. 'I t" .8025 :7512 1M*" '75"'ir riv. $21.00 $26.75 $26 J5 439510. ;

,. We carry a complete line of Zenith' Hearing Aids. Mrs. T. J. Corbett of Fer-'! Mr. i School 10 n.m. 7518 ....:3675: 18* fiv. :30.:'S 3QJQ :30.29 4.95.'0. 'I
nandina Beach spent last I and j I Worship. 11a. m 7524 __36" 7324" ft,. 27," 37.35 MJi. "."
Have: A Hearing Test TODAY.! week with her daughter. Mrs. j Carol i I I : Service .7:38'pjn-. T- J ; I

We -invite you to use this service No obligation. ,litUe Fred surgery Snell.Tracy on and.Snell Monday family underwent of while last route Mrs Saturday : I j i Wednesday.Meeting 7:30 Friday p., f.a'dfotd. County Telegraph l j ; 1

2EHSTH Living1 SciHin4idi: week in Bradford County Hos- I after two j/ pjca. L. S."'Williams .

I pital. __ '_ west.ering 14 | _.. s PRINTING: AND OFFICE. : SUPPLIES. f. !

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!Bt SD.\r. AUG. 22. 1963 _..... BnADFOBD OOUNTF TLEGRAPfl1-TARK1 FLORIDA' ;
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Roman's Club |Mrs.. Fred SnellIs V

Exec.. Board Honored V '
Plans ActivitiesA [Farewell Parties V 4
'T V VjV
plaiming' meeting pf the I Mrs. Fred. Shell, who is moving -

executive board of the StarkeWoman's I to Waycross, Ga. soon.
Club was held Wednesday was' honored at a lovely des- : :

: First Christian PTA Committee afternoon of last weekin 1 sert-bridge. party Thursday i iI :

t I, the club house. I I evening of last week given by P
Ladies Council ::: Chrmn. AppointedMrs. Mrs. Stewart Beckett was Mrs. Abe Abercrombie and

Met Last Friday selected as the finance chairman I I I Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth, at the ,
N. Holliday president t&
A. I and Mrs. Freeman Register I ."Z" 'latter. '
home of the
of the Bradford High Jr. was elected to be assistant &V.V : .. {" ,,!f'- ,
The Ladies Council of ,the i I-f-- 4"" Two. : tables of bridge and V V '
I School PTA has announcedthe house. chairman. I \ 'VAttending
First Christian Church met Vi two tables of canasta _
I I :; were V
following committee chair- i '
I Mrs. Hollis {night, chair- ;:
last Friday afternoon at 4 ,o- F ;; enjoyed by the guests during
men for the coming school man of the club's beautifica- V44V4:4 ': :';'-. I the Junior Woman's Club luncheon last ,
'clock in the church annex: i hie" evening and prizes were
.' 1 year: I tlon project. gave a preview of v"J' day August 14, at the home of Mrs. Charles Sawyer
Mrs. Wesley Andrews, circle I!i Finance, Mrs. W. B. Dow-! | plans for planting on SB. 301 iw4. V awarded to the winners. I (front row, 1-r): Mrs. Frank o.wsJtJlrs.. Phillip Odom.
leader, presided during the ling; program, Mrs. Gilbert south. The beautificatidn oa k : The hostesses presentedMrs.
i rVi Gene Shaw Mrs. Pete Mills Mrs. Floyd Futch, and
business meeting at which Brown i .V Snell with a silver covered -
; health, Mrs. J. L. SR 301 North adds a wonder
I Frank Durden. Bock Mrs.
time plans were made to furnish : vegetable dish as a memento row: Randal Chitty, Mrs.
: Chitty; devotion Mrs. Sher- j ful expanse of beauty to ; _
flowers for the church.I : of the occasion. Stalling, Mrs. Maurice Edwards, Jr., :Miss: Elaine Colson,
rod Hamilton
l ; hospitality. Starke and Bradford County.
I L. 31. Irby Mrs. Pam Dyal, Mrs. Delano Thomas Mrs.
Get well ,
oJ during September.
I Mis. Paul McLendon: ; public- The club received a certifi-
; cards were sent to Mrs. Rosa- ity Mrs. Harry Mooty; and cate of appreciation for the Mrs. Snell was also honoredat Patray, Mrs.\ R. A. Green, Jr., and Mrs. Sawyer

bell Tomlinson and Mrs. Alice'' membership, Mrs. J. D. War- city wide cleanup project. a delightful luncheon given

; Kite.Mrs. ren. 'Many plans were given for Wednesday by Mrs. John Junior Women Honor Prospective

Bessie Winkler' gave the programs this coming club U-i'4l' Simpson at the State Farm. I Members With Luncheon WednesdayThe I

the devotional and refresh- Recent BirthMr. year. including a Hilarious Mixed garden flowers and

ments were served during the Hootenanny program, planned roses were used to highlight Junior Woman's Club mixed summer flowers. t

social hour. I and Mrs. D. J. Simmons, for the middle of October. points of interest in the Simp- held a delightful luncheon j p A delightful skit, a

The next, meeting will b ,I Starke, a son, Ronnie Wayne.born Senior and Junior membersof ? V $ LA son home for the occasion. Wednesday .of last week at!' on a beauty pageant. was
held with 1 the Woman's Clubs are The ten guests were seated at
Mrs. Eunice Wilson
Aug. 17 in Doctor's Hos
the home of Mrs. Charles sented by Mrs. Carl
Lt ?
\ on Sept. 19. I II pital. asked} to get necessary infor- ) VS tables centered with the same
'ci V Sawyer, Membership chair- Mrs. Jimmy Rowe, Mrs.
mation about their daughtersto flowers.
1\ jf.'i. V,4
? man honoring prospective new dal Chitty, Mrs. George !
I the sponsors of the Little I Mrs. Simpson "presented
members.Mrs. erts and Mrs.
Women's Club. Only members : Mrs. Snell with a piece cf Sawyer. I
Progress Through Cooperation Sawyer and her committee skit was narrated by Mrs..
i daughters are eligible for '. Corning Ware as a memento I
were assisted by Miss Tanner.
membership in the LittleWomen's of the occasion.Miss 1 gene I Ii
SUPPORT Betty Jane Morgan, social i Following the !
VOTE FOR ELECT Club.Charlene .
chairman. and her committee.
Mrs. Chitty, president of

i Hardy, .,. T ,. Whitehead at The tables 30 in guests the dining were'seated room club, welcomed the guests t

CAROLYN'R"7'EDGRAVE' ;Charles FrancisHonored VJ-J Honored At which were decorated for the I II I informed them of the : : f
r\1 : occasion with arrangements of i i activities for the coming

,., ," At Party fl Bridal ShowerMiss
.. ".. I Mrs. R. H. I
V FutchIs
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; / Mrs.
Russell '
A. Wynn
: Mr. and Mrs. Barbara Whitehead.

i Norman entertained with a if! bride-elect of August 30, was ]Honored At Honored At I

: party for Miss .Charlene Hardy the Inspiration for a lovely
;:.o: '" : -'r.'<=:? "" 'jt. .. .... Birthday PartyThe I I
: I and Charles Francis' on Thursday 1'f..1..:;; :tt: ."'''1jiI: bridal shower given Thursday ;Stork ShowerMrs. i

evening of last week at evening Aug. 15, in the Pine family of Mrs. R.

t.-_-.L-----' i their home, 1305 E. Call Miss Vida Jean Gentry And Mr. Beall Level Baptist Church educa- Willard Wynn was Futch honored her with
honored at lovely stork
: Street. tion building. a
CITY CLERK Mr. and Mrs. Norman greeted Recite Vows ]In St. Edward's -ChurchS Mrs. A. B. Whitehead, were Mrs. shower Friday evening, Aug. birthday dinner at

I at the door and pre-I 9, at the Christian Church recreation -I Landing recently I
16; Years Experience Assisting The City Clerk. guests Fate Brown, Mrs. J. C. Sapp,
sented them to. the receiving Edward's Catholic branched'candelabra., and a "Mrs. Robert Myrick, Mrs: J. hall. Hostesses. were 1 her 77th birthday 1
; ,Experienced In The Running Of The Clerk's line composed of Miss Hardy, Church in Starke, was the line arrangement" of' white G. Jackson. Mrs. 'B. M. Mc- Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. George I: She received many lovely

Office. and Mrs. scene,of the double-ring stock, miniature Simpson and Mrs. Olin WhiteJr.
Mr. Francis and Mr. cere : carnations Rae, Mrs. Austin Fender, and
I Carolyn Redgrave Will Be A Full-Time City \ Charles Hardy, parents of the mony .that united Miss 'Vida, arjd roses in leather.leaf fern Mrs. ,Roscoe'Bullington.Arrangements? useful gifts from the

Clerk With No Outside Interest To Take Her Away I bride-elect. .. Jean Gentry' and Hoist Clay adorned the mantle behindthe I. of yellow and Mixed summer flowers in mately 75 guests attending.

: From Her Duties. I Guests were invited into the I.BeaU Jr., of Macon, Ga., 'in I receiving line. white chrysanthemums' colorful arrangements'were Among the out of
were I
HELP J living room to sign the bride's marriage Saturday afternoon, The reception hall was decorated used to' advantage In decorating used to highlight points of guests were Mrs. G. B. II I
STAND ; the amity August 10, at 3:30 o'clock. The .with palms] and The.
; book and then into arrangements points of interest in thehall interest for the occasion. and daughter of Lenox,
Your Vote And Support On September 10 Will Right Reverend Monsignor bridal
room for refreshments. of flowers. refreshment table was covered i
: for
I V the occasion. The .Mrs. Dorothy Eady and
Be Greatly Appreciated. I The refreshment table was Thomas Sheehan of Macon The bride's table, draped ';with flowers with a lace cloth and centered J
same; were used I
as a
performed the before imported cutwork ,dren of Valdosta. Ga..
i with cutwork cloth ceremony an cloth with an arrangement of
I II covered a centerpiece: on the white linen
-- -- Pd. Pol. Adv. centered with an'arrangement the altar which held with insets< of Alencon- ,lace covered refreshment table. the''same blossoms in a crystal W. H. Pringle, Mr. and

of pink sweetheart roses and lighted white tapers. Bronze held .the weddinf cake and a Planking the arrangement container. Burchfield Miller and \

Pinocchio in '8 altar vases held white stock five-branched candelabra with Appropriate were ter all
white mums were two double crystal candleholders games of Sanford Mrs.
A'TVINKLER'S crystal and silver epergne, and carnations. White satin "white daisies,. roses. and miniature with'white tapers. played during the'party hours ,
The Smith and
family \
bows marked the pews. carnations. 'efenf to 'ten o'clock the t I
three-branched by
flanked by punch table was covered witha yule, Mr. and Mrs.
\\ \ candelabras holding pink tap- Miss Gentry is the daughter Tables on ,each side of the white embroidered eyelet 40 guests and' prizes were a- Starling and family, Mr. ''I

)1i\7% \ I II ers. Punch was served from ft 'of Mr. and Mrs. James brIdal table, were covered with cloth ,and centered with a warded to the wi ners. 'Mrs. James Starling and TELEGRAPH'l

I. ) crystal bowl at one end of the Linwood Gentry of Starke. cloths of Italian cutwork linen. cryslal punch bowl set in abed The hostesses' presented the,I by':McClellan, all of :: I

I .table by Mrs. J. E. Hardy, The''p rentS of the bridegroom Silver punch bowls and ar of fern.: V honoree' with an"electric babv Mrs. Futch was

aunt of the bride-elect. Silver .are Mr. and .Mrs.:Hoist rangements of white flowers' The hostesses presented the bOttle sterilizer as' a memento? happy that, all of her I

trays'and compotes held open- Clay Beall Sr;of Maconl: were'interspersed "'' th.'si I 1ax. honbree'"Witli 'a lovely 'white
; I !AAPIiI II I II faced sandwiches cheese waf- Mrs. Mona Canova presented The bride's book, on'a white bedspread as 'a>.memento, cii. joy this affair with her.
Ii i ers. cake, sweets, and nuts. appropriate. organ selectionsfor ,clothed:! table with a single the.occasion., ;Have yoiian'old, refrigerator
j I I Friends assisting Mr. and the ceremony. turning white taper In ,a silver fan! or tools which you no longr Steno Notebooks
Ii i Mrs.- Norman in caring for '.The bride was preceded by holder, was kept by Miss Approximately between the 35 guests called use. Convert them Into cash Ko-rect Type )

their guests 'were Mrs. S. L. her bridesmaids. Miss Betty :Elissa. Stefanelli oZ of-Jackson! : nine o'clock. ..hours'eigh'tto" I now. 'Phone' 964-3101 and Ukl Pens, Typing Paper,
i Peek Jr., Mrs. Edna Hart. Gentry, a' niece, from Savannah vile arid Mrs.- Gene' Norman- : I for V elassifIed.V 4, ,, I Ribbons, The

I Mrs:: Kate Sheppard, -Mrs. M. ,.Ga. and Mrs. Donald: K. ot Starke. V R.ed"dish r .
i '
i A.,Payne, Mrs. o'.S.: Newcomb. Ream, Macon, Ga., and her The Jour-tiered bridal'cake Guests. .', "

Mrs. 'Leila Muridy, Mrs. J. c. matron-of-honor, :Mrs. John was cut !bj Mrs.. J. RWain- Entertained At ----.;--
I: i: __ II I I Greene, Mrs: Charles Darby, Patterson, of ,Rocklngham, N. wright and Mrs. A. N. Holli \ \ I \\i

? Mrs. O. A. Wiggins' 'Mrs: Sadie C., 'both school-mates of the Sunday Coke PartyMrs.

,, Elder, Mrs. James V. bride at Wesleyan College in day.Punch was served by Mrs. .
Drew Reddish
and entertained '
I Crosby, .Misses Jane Macon. The attendants' 'dresses Vernon Reddish of Starke, i'
and Miss Barbara at a Coca-Cola party
Hardy, of nile taffeta Mrs
were green Patricia Cromer of Titusvilie 11
Sunday afternoon for her sister -!|
Gre. n. with scoop necklines and elbow I Mrs. Wilbur Barry of 'Mrs. Charles Rathel of ::i
Mr. and Mrs. Norman presented length sleeves. Fitted
Gainesville, and Miss Linda
Hebron, Md., .who with Mr.!
I12 i Miss Hardy and Mr. bodices were finished at the Cox of Starke. Rathel .have been guests of '
,' Francis with: i'blue crystal 'front waistlines with a flat
Others assisting were Mrs. the Reddishs for the past two ,
,I, compote as a remembrance. of bow. The dresses featured HugE
O. L. Haynes, V Mrs. O. L. weeks.
the occasion. j street.. length modified .bell Beasley Mrs. Cleo McKenney, attractive pisk and white j,
Approximately 50 guests .Trie
\ skirts. headpiecesVwere
Mrs. Lester Crews; Mrs. F. J. color motif was carried out ;
called between'. the appointed.. nile green veiling and organza '
I Pelham, Mrs. Margaret Brown, in the party decorations and
; hours, 7:30:: to 9:30.: ( roses. Cascades of dusty :
I 'Mn:: Jeannette Kincaid, Mrs. floral arrangements placed at

.- : pink shaggy chrysanthemumswere Lois Moore, Mrs. Eldon Hardy, points .of 1 rterest', n the Red-;! On Portable

!Simpson Home: fc carried, bY"e ch. Mrs. Lois Cox. and'Mrs. Bobbie dish home: ,The .refreshment

Is Scene Of >, The bride, given in mar- Shaller-; Mrs. Bonitta Old- table was lovely with a white ;

I I'rh..KENt ,, riage by Her father, wore a ham of Jacksonville and Mrs. ,damask cloth and centered::'
II Porch Party floor length gown of'bridal artificial '
I D. MTMcMfflin of'St; Peters with a pink' floral,
I white pUre silk bouquet taf arrangement. Mrs. W. R.,Roy. ; I ::1 :V :
I WORTH, Model 12738 -& '
Sup,f b Contemporary Io-boy tyISr Ii ,Dr. and Mrs. John SimpsO.tentertained feta. A bateau' : neckline, cap burg.Miss Carolyn Crews of fiter Jr. of Jacksonville, sister j v

ing with break boot Mi'1---' I at a delightful sleeves, and an empire ov r- Starke and Miss Phyllis, Old- of the hostess and honoree BIGI3' ,

I veneers and select hardwood sol-j\ I porch party .Saturday ,evening blouse of French net with an ham of Jacksonville passed presided at the coffee service.( ., ,
ids. Walnut veneets. Uahogaoy; : at their home at the Stat.Farm I\ C' I & 4 'V
embroidered Alencon lace' flofal Assisting in serving were I
Oak -eers. out miniature bags of rice. ( *
verays.w Blond l i
.for 12'couples from the] design were. featured. Adetachable Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Randal Chitty, Mrs. Tom I c

Farm. circular chapel Mr. and Mrs. 'Hoist Beall, Casey, Mrs.V Jim Reddish and I %.V q
I 1 J penese lanterns and balloons train flowed from the controlled -I ST., parents of the groom and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Sr. j V :
J were used to decorate V : Out-of-town Included
I : panel demi-bell skirt witha Mr/and Mrs. Dennis BeaU,, guests : '
I I II the'porch lor the occasion- full carriage,back on inverted I'I brother of the groom 'from Mrs. Nelson Blocker of Lake I 4f
and hurricane 1 lanterns lighted City and 'Mrs! David Moore :
'J>leats. A forward crown: of Macon G. A. Forr ster- m, JV
i the walkway in front of and Mrs. Bin of Jack-
HANDCRAFTEDCHASSIS the'home. embroidered. lace ;design withseed I Orlando; Mr. ,and"Mrs. Fred-: sonville. Doing ge.O5O3 .

pearls was topped by_ an I erick Williams, Mr. and Mrs. '
Refreshments were served Approximately 35 guests
organza rose which secured Jack McEachin and son, Dr. nrnc '
jt from a wrought iron tea cart called during the appointed
the shoulder-length tiered veil f (
and ,Mrs. Charles R, Ireland
which was centered with a of silk English illusion. hours four to five o'clock. ow ::: :
pure .and children, Mr. and. ,.Mrs.. I t L:
i hollowed half
out watermelon -
till: Jt I White full length gloves
po production-shortcuts. cov Frank McKenney: and son.
filled with punch. Snacks,
HaislopQriggsWedding !
i ered'"her hands as she carried Right Reverend Monsignor
; f ,po pflflkdCJtCWl$ dips and crackers were :also I
a cascade bridal bouquet of
Thomas .L .She'ehan, Mr, an SetSaturday I
I Eve*? Zenith TVg da3SSis-1s cant jJb8&, ; served from the cart. two white orchids, surrounded -I Mrs. John Sh'aheeJi .IB, / -

p r.' wired to th highest quality*+J : The couples'eI dancing by sprays of stephonotis, Richard Harris: Mrs: Grover 8 P.M. t

I t...)..?_r:' 0'extra care of ti fcvxfc/a&tf feat tteaa:* : and refreshments hour's. 'during lily of the. valley, and garlandsof Combs Sr.,Mrs.R. Bruce Mac- .1 :Plus Features. S T E
\ greater value, kwer service prattem: aatf ; the party ivy. I GregOr. Mr.'and Mrs. Donald The marriage of Miss Judy!: Fvttn'u StMiiard Keyboard
Create dependability tor Zenith ownenJ I i Haistop anrd Mr.: ; H. .'. a pvrtobh tfwifi !
Attending the were .Reenism all of llacon Jir. .
Recent Births groom ; GriggTwtn be"Sol 'walla.ce':1; ? $ Ca9.Tauck e fwtt at LOW COST. ,
his .brother, Dennis *BeaU.. as and 11rs.,P 1et? ,Ipnder, Mr. SelectorAND V Cradn ntt.' Tti. SmttK.
A best, nan; and John Sheehan and Mrs. Robert, McCraiy, Jr., urday August 24, at 8 p.m.: wriftr-tvararrtttd fa f
Bradford County Hospital IJJ of Macon, and Robert Mc- Miss Nancy Walker,'or' tlan in the Pine Level Baptist;:1'I Ou&aaf Colon I Corns u. Sti ir. Try &.
announces the 'f 0 U 0 wing Church- ''I
Cray of Atlanta _as ushers. ta; Reverend Fattier'Carmine -V
births- All friends and relatives are
.Mrs. Gentry, the bride's Benanti, Si: J, Brooklyn. N. i Smith' Corona
Mr. and
MrsHilton C. Coleman
invited to attend the wedding
mother, choose a, two-piece Y., Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bricp -,
FEATURES i 'Starke, a son, Hilton and reception! following lathe 11 V
r ii outfit of blue lace over taffeta of Gainesville; Miss Marian I : I'
.. i Calder Coleman Jr., Aug. 17. I church educational build-,, CORSAIR
I I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie''Harris.Maxvine I and blue acce.ssoriesShe'wore Pennell Jamacia Plains,I ing.
WE SELL : a corsage of white cymbidium Mass.'' Mr. and Mrs) Walter t
I I i _othy, Aug., a'17.son, Thomas" Tim- orchids.' Cromer, Titusville Florida; 1 Lowest' Priced .Full-Featured" K

WE SERVICE ALSO i Judge and Mrs. :Theron \:I'heL,.groom's, mother wore a''' 'Mr. and- Mrs. Jack 'Oldh n. couple left for a trip into the Portable With Tab Key

Yawn! Jr.,,Starke, a daughter, palepink, embroidered sheath" Mr. rand Mrs. D. Liuy'Rigdon New England states. For R. eg. 79.35
WE FINANCE YOUR PAPERS Lila Elizabeth. Aug. 18.: 'Fink accessories and a 'white Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rig: I traveling, the bride( chose blue*: VV

HERE OURSELVES Mr. and Mrs; Rollie Ray orchid 1 corsage completed her don of Jacksonville; 'Jack accessories' and 'a corsage of I II JBack! ToSchool

RaulersoK Hampton a daughter attire. Stafford. Ricky Stafford Mrs. I white ,cymbidium ''orchids to l' L i5.o Back '
; 'Coimie Dee: Aug. '18. Mrs. T. H. Slade] and Mrs. Ed Gentry, and Miss Lois I. complement! "h i suit' of 'light t tI Sale ;

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lee Charles A. -Darby' of Starke 1 Getty, of Savannah;; MIL T. I blue, trimmed in. shades of School

Winkler Electric Inc. Austin. Maxville. a daughter, presented the guests as'they|| A. Gentry, and Mr; '&nd. Mrs. darker blue. r Plus Tax

,, :Tammy.Delaine, ..Aug: 18.. were received by the wedding i J I S. L. Gentry, 'Sumter, S. C.; After the first of September t
Mr. and Mrs Calvin Pace, party: at the Starke'Woman's and' Miss Mary 'Henderson, the couple will be at hom 'at"

231 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fh. 'iRaiford.: a daughter. Diana, Club following "the'''ceremony..WhiUf0 I i I and Ricky'Henderson of o aIa'. 2779 JUverview .Road in Ma-,1 BRADfORD ,COUNTY
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63-64 Hunting The living Dear is the to old the Starke hearts Institute of many(people first public still I I

bM2; IJ school) that stood on the northwest corner of

V Walnut and Jefferson Streets present,site of I

I Rules Given the Starke Woman's Club. "Trustees. .the' 1 ONE TO 1,000 TONS 903 N. Thompson St.
'Richard 11: c.
First Institute were: Capt. J. C. ,

I Hull, J. 'Ellery Davis, John Hull,. and Comer, j DELIVERED AND SPREAD

Florida's 1963-64 general 1 L. Peek its first principal. ,'? .''', /J% Fresh Mullet, 5 lbs. $1.00
One of the best known educators at ttie I OR DUMP TRUCK LOADS

hunting season for resident Public S1"'fflf'.f.. '';. Institute was Prof. G. C. Lopney (inset)(.w'.. I
game birds and animals will ,'. V !< ,.
h guided its destinies in the mid-80's.: .. WE DRESS THEM I -

open Saturday, November 16, i In 1891 a group of busin ss men formed'a' 1 Call AIKEN ACRES ielrose

except for a special season ;> company. with Dr. J. L Gaskins as president., ( \
? > I,
south of State Road 60, which School < '. "' ". and bought the Institute, changing its. name f
\ \!;;: : '.1' to Bradford County High School. The old GRANITE 5-2801
opens November 9. ; :
r,--'. ,, ( building continued in use until'1914 when a',
j The opening dateapply- :: '
.'. 'C. .:E brick.building was constructed at the site on I
Ins to quail. ; .
deer. turkey
!! .- '. Temple Avenue, still in today
I use
... FOR SALE !
squirrel and bear set at / r '
was ,.,'<' -. .... '1."',:} I

,a formal meeting of the Game .._,.....,..- ...., .r,'<." .r..J. --=-'....-.:......:': "V _." _. (:. '-"'.. <. "-"' '. V J. Ie ,...V V V V I
and Fresh Water Fish Com- :. q. ,..\: ., ;: 1'1 J '. *"" "
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mission at Tallahassee July "". .",..'.;/" :t"'. ","V "'"V ",', 4 '" i3R. ';'. ALL EQUIPMENT AND FIXTURESOF

'26 3" -". .".:(" .,. 'A'.
according to A. D. : 4" : .'j
J director. /.,:: : :J y' ". ..3.0. iiISBAiREGULATION FORMER PARK THEATRE t

.,. ..> :- '. .. ,
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Hunting will be allowed r' ; ; "
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: .' .; '-* :1
everyday in the First Third. :: '. VALUE $18,000
'and Fourth Conservation Districts I LD4 .
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and in the Second Dis- ., ,
44 t'r& WILL SELL FOR $2,500.00
'trict except in Dixie, Gilchristand 4 ,

Levy Counties. In the ; : dJ' 4 .- t I DESIRABLE FOR USE IN I

,Fifth Conservation District.I t
everyday hunting will be allowed 4! .j 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE

in Sumter and Putnam L I
i ,
Counties, and all territory ; V c : ..1V CONTACTA.
south of State Road 50 and 4 ( V4 V;
west of the St. Johns River. :t ; 4t' 1 __ : i Prizes Each Week To Winning Team H. Carratt-330 S. Walnut Street
'iV I
Where staggered-day hunt- V ,; 'V V I II : Starke, Fla. I

Ing is in force, hunting will
be allowed everyday duringthe ; 4 JV j I

first nine days. and the V '' .
period between December 25 V V V VV

through January 1. Mondays .. .- I .
; .
Tuesdays and Fridays will be V. V .;' V *V V /'
closed at all other times. V !
1 1VV
Shooting hours for resident if .
game species will remain V 'T '

at from one-half hour V 'j

before sunrise to one-half I=x .. 20 Words or less! one time _ .95 memorials, Resolutions lie per welt .
hour after sunset of.each open :"V VV V V ( VV V V If not paid in advance _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks: u? to 50 words :.."A*
f V V Keyed or Blind Ads _- 1.00 Over 50 words 5e per won
day.General V
regulations for the V V Each additional word over 20 03 Display ads to Classified 1.50 per bda V

second district which includes '

Bradford County are: INSURANCE NEW HOMESSARATOGA Bradford County- The County .

DEER: Buck deer with one I --- AT BEDUCED RATES HEIGHTS of Planned Progress stamps

or more five-inch antlers; AUTO FIRE BOAT $1.14 at Telegraph.D .
DOYLE 3-Br 2 Bath-Big Lr
one per day, two per season Hunt- '!MA YOR'S' COURTThe INSURANCE AGENCY Fill & Dr Area. Plenty & W AUTO SUPPLY, INC.

November 16-January 5. Phone 961-4501 416 E. BROWNLEE ST. FOR

ing permitted everyday exceptin Recreation NewsTax IRONS V tfchg Kitchen Cabinets COMPLETE LINE OF NATIONALLY
docket in Starke May- Carport-Big Lot.
Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy A Ii V E RTISED
or's Court for the past two WANTEDWaitress.. Applyin
weeks has been fairly heav7with person at Blue Chip Drivein. Read The Classifieds!
Alachua, Gilchrist and that Month I SMALL ENGINE PARTS,
Playground News toss, badminton, and checker I a total of 51 cases being 2tchg 8-22 IF YOUR NAME IS $69
pol tion of Levy County between : LAWN MOWER & OUT-
State Roads 337 and I tournaments. Winner of the I heard by Mayor Randal Chit- FOR SALE-Florida 90 Straw- FOUND AMONG THE FOR FULL DETAILS BOARD MOTOR REPAIR A-

All Dixie Youth players who suffleboard and checker tournament -1 ty during the two sessions.A berry plants. See Ellery star- CALL U
have not turned in their uniforms -! was Mike Mitchell of ling at Rt. 1, Box 41, Mac- Demetree BuildersJAX
24. closed at all other times. charge of disorderly con- SHOP WORK.
I please do so by Friday, Ra ord. That afternoon a clenny. 3tp 8-29 AT TilE TELEGRAPH
PHONE 964-4441 OR 964-
NO OPEN SEASON Bradfordand I duct heads the list with 13 RA5-8422
Aug. 23. When football begins physical fitness program was: i OFFICE FOR A FREE I
I with public intoxication MOTHERS "AVON IS CALLING" 5891. 4tchff 9-3
that of Columbia cases
portion I I Local Real
Or Call Your
held and softball game.I
uniform will be issued a
no in
running second with 11 cases. your neighborhood TICKET TO THE FLORId,
south of State Road 18 and: !
to the ones who have Children from all playgrounds through T.V.Be the Avon Rep- Estate Broker 9641841or Horace Cox 4
There four of reckless '
east of UJS. 441. were cases -
I in the Pratt DA THEATRE.L. 9642881FOR I
not turned in their baseball participated : resentative in your neighbor- I
TURKEY: Either sex during, driving, three for resistIng : FOR SALE-2 bedroom frame .
I uniform. Street program. arrest, and two each of hood and turn spare time into I house and large lot with 10 i \
regular season; per daY'1 The Dixie Youth all-star The last day of the 4 to 6 money. Write Ovida C. Sweat SALE-One Penyan boat
W. Barry i I bearing in Law-
three per season. Nov. unlawful speed running i traffic fiberglass &' pecan trees i"
Tues- P.O.Box 540 Live Fla. with new cover
pictures can be picked up at year program was
Jan. 5. Hunting permitted everyday lights, destroying ciiy'pro;>>- WHY PAY RENT? Own your electric 35 HP Johnson motor. tey. Phone 782-3625. 2tp 8-23
the Recreation Office day and the children enjoyed 8-22chg
except in Dixie Gil- any erty and failure to have a vehicle .- i own Mobile Home. As low as Can be seen at Starke Builders fenc'
time. Please pick them up as blowing bubbles and having By HOMER WOOD under control' and'causing FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished -I'' $395.00 down. Use your car FOR RENT: -70 acres of
christ and Levy Counties. soon as possible. contests. We hope to see all house on Griffis boat or furniture for down Supplies. ed pasture Mrs. Walter Martin V
accident. I
SPECIAL SEASON Gobblers News From Saratoga Heights the children out again next an Loop. Ph. "969-1682. ltp payment. TRAILER MART FOR SALE-Live Rubber Tile phone 964-9834 Starke.

only: March 28-April 12, one- and Madison St. summer for this class. V There were single charges of WOULD LIKE TO FIND I INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468, I [12 colors] as low as 8c each; I ltchg

half hour before sunrise to 12 We brought this summer's Tumbling classes were held day the club is plan- driving without a license, allowing !- HOMES for East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg 13-16 V to 3-8 thick. Excellent
i pretty healthy FOR SALE -Norge Refriger-
i I .
in County.NO ning on having a full day of 1
noon, except ,Levy directionof I for repair jobs. Do it yourselfor
week under the I
I playground activities to a close this an unauthorized kittens
t person gray and white. See Two bedroom ator with 80 lb. freezer. Good
fun for the whole here FOR RENT .
OPEN SEASON Alachua, I family V let give free estimate.
I today with all playground? Donna Trawick and Sally W. W. Dixon, Kingsley Lake. I us : Also 4
wittiJ condition It.
Bradford. Madison and that II at the Starke Golf and Country -V to drive,-creating a'fire haz. V nicely furnished house 1 1I i M. *R. Judd Tile Co. 127 Lafayette $65.00
participating in an all play- Epperson. We hope that next V failure V Itp carport. For couple or with an I Deep freeze, unit good, coil
ard prostitution -to
Club. Phone 964-5951.
of ,
portion of Columbia ground day. Pratt Street play- year we will: have many more'participating. V CHECK QUALITY SERVICE infant child. No pets. please. needs repair. Given free with !
State Road 18 and east of U. grounds the center of I I Norman Willis, the tourna. obey a. police officer; threat- 4tchg 8-29. refrigerator. Living
was activity I & PRICES AT BUILDERS Inquire at 733 N.Thompson in ---- room "
S. 441. today with approximately We hope to see a great deal ,I ment chairman, plans to have ening bodily harm'with :a HARDWARE & SUPPLY afternoon. tfchg FOR SALE-Boat. 15 ft. Lone I suite. Moving. See at 637 N. \

QUAIL Ten day, total t a best ball foursome using deadly weapon, and"failure to Star fiberglass 45 HP Mercury :
: per I 50 children enjoying various of participation at the parks STORE, 301 EAST CALL ST. 14 foot wood: Walnut St. ltp ,
possession twenty. Nov. 16-i games and athletics.All next year. We all enjoyed 'I handicaps. Everyone is Invited yield the fight of'way and'' FORMER QUIGLEY & DAVIS FOR motor and Murray tilt
I fishing boat and trailer. Excellent trailer all for $550 cash. Joe FOR SALE Tennessee Walker !- ,.
Feb. 23. Hunting permitted people participating in working with the children to participate. causing an accident{ > BUILDING] FOR BUILDERS -
condition. Also 10 h.p.
I J. Fields Rt. 2, Box 141-A3. horse. Gaited and spirited
everyday except in Dixie, Levy that '
this and hope they "
this year's summer recreation year help'keep our greens SUP- Evinrude like Call 964-
Starke, Fla. 2tp 8-22 with complete parade outfit.M. .
and Gilchrist Counties. program seemed to have enjOyed enjoyed it too.Wainwright. smooth and healthy by pullingin BETHEL BAPTIST" CHURCH I PLIES, SASH DOORS 9854 or 964-4765. 473-4274. D. Gassett. phone 9640151.

SQUIRREL: Ten gray and themselves. We hope to and Nona ball marks also by replac- ROOFING, PAINTS, LUMBER Keystone. Itchj OPPORTUNITY, BUY small
Sunday School 10 Itchi
two fox squirrel per day: total see all of them back again Park News ing divots.I m.; PLUMBING FIXTURES. block house and equipped repair .
Morning Worship 11 a. m. FOR SALE-Florida 90 strawberry -
possession twenty gray next year. The participation in these have left the course open PIPE & FITTINGS, EL- shop. 511 W. Brownlee ', FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room '
and four fox squirrel. Nov. 16- Pratt St. Playground News parks this year was good at on extremely wet conditionsso Evening : pjn. ECTRICAL SUPPLIES, FARM I I plants C. Coleman grown on Griffis new -St.. Starke. 2tp 8-22 2 bath, house utility room
Prayer meeting Wednesday land. Ned ,
Feb. 23. Hunting permitted Thursday. the last day of times, but disappointing at please cooperate with me & HOME: SUPPLIES, SPORT- 3tp 8-29 FOR SALE 10 acre farm large corner lot, newly decor-
7:30 Loop.
I R.
: p.m.Rev. T. Wil
everyday except in Dixie,I the summer program was filled others. We hope that next and the greens committee. ING GOODS. PHONE 964- with 3 bedroom house. 6 miles ated inside. 210 E. Adkins St.

Levy and Gilchrist Counties. with shuffleboard, ring year we will have more peo- -Homer. ilanis.V 5291. 4tchg 9-5 SECRETARY-Age 25-35 experience from Starke. B. W. Savage. key next door. tfchg.

.. ple. We enjoyed working with FOR RENT Two bedroom in typing and short- Rt. 1, Lawtey or inquire Reddish's I
V hand. Paid vacation. Salary
'r t& I the children at these parks I HEILBRONN house clean well equipped.I Store, Heilbronn 2tp8-22
TUES.-AUG. 27 open. Excellent working con- '
much and hope to see I modern HASTINGS MATTRESS I
very BAPTIST CHURCH conveniences. Good
AUCTION ditions. Begin work Sept. 1. NEW AND USED Chain saw
10 A. M. Rain or Shine : them out next year with many heater, private dock. Available Reply to P. O. Box 610, $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. '& UPHOLSTERY WORKS I

DIXIE MOTEL & more friends. Sunday School 10 a. m. V Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sept. 1 until June 1. Call 266- Starke. tfchg Lawn mowers sales and ser *

RESTAURANT Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 4477, Baldwin. Fla., Mrs. Agin vice. Your McCulloch Dealer I 710 Lemon St. PalatU

mile 11I1.1.1.\110., -nil FLA.of .1..08'11I1'- Ju.t 30 Training Union 7 p.m. Eve- Training Union, 6:30: p.m.Evening or 533-2251 Kingsley Lake. FOR SALE Used plywood.5c Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivx Furniture Repaired, ;t
sbere three uiajor hlctinaya Small Boats ning Worship. 8 ,in. Prayer Worship, 7:30 p.m.'Mid 2tp 8-29 sq. ft. Lavatories like new N. East Gainesville, Fla. 6- : & Refinished <
U.S. 301 U.s. 1 & U.S. 23 Upholstered
$10 each. Medicine cabinets, 3411. tfchgElectraTronics .
usrre week Wednesday
Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. PrayerServlce, -
Still Subject .
EASY TERMS! Rev. Charles ,Harvey pastor. 7 pju. Everyone welcome. $3 each. Good used lumber I MATTRESSES REBUILTNew I
Evening Mail
To Safety Rules Classes. course used plumbing supp es. Jack- Inc i
THREE MAJOR HIGHWAYS FUNNEL INTO selections to Director. Drawer son Building Supply Starke. I Innersprings j I

ONE SUPER HIGHWAY HERE Collector J. R. Kelly! '\ : 100, Starke,_Fla. Apply in per- tfchg 'Industrial Division,Sales, Service -,' and Box Springs '
son, 1:30: to 4:30: USO
said this week that although i p.m. FOR RENT-Six apart- Repairs on Motors, Generators Us A Card CaD
room Drop
TRACT :%o. 1TR.CT >e. 2 TRACT Xo. tIT [rear]. Negro adults contact er
ACRKS :3.69 ACUKSIlmlrable ACHES pleasure boats with under 10 : STARKEBUSINESS Prof. ment partly furnished or will Switching and Con
I Thompkins. RJE High PALATKA F\ 5-9161
PnfC'C' for CornOR trols Welders and Tools, Power]
hiKhnt rldxcbrtnrra r'f".I- horsepower motors do not have i School. furnish same, has a utility
.I."lal Citynatrr tfchg STARKE S64-58S4
u ;*
Foll.df'utlal land.MUf electricity. to be registered they are still room with bath. Inquire at 509 Conversion, Transformers. !'
son .... .J.c"ltlli.. .OIU- I DIRECTORYAUTO WANTEDJob doing house- MEL PEGGY SHALLEB,
.\CI. R.K. ISli' subject to the new safety rules Center tfchg Service and Repairs to AHHeavy
11I0.11"U on matlDI[ of ..J.C'kItlllll"., f r out8' work.Call 964-1532. Up i Industrial Electrical Starke Agent,
1I1."ay.. Olllll included in the boating law Bea FarberBULLINGTON !
passed by the 1963 Legisla I EXPERIENCED SALESMAN Equipment 1

OFFERED IN TRACTS & AS A WHOLE ture. REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Applyin APPLIANCESGood 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. C'vUlf'
FOR RENT 3 rooms and
OR WRITE Such pleasure craft must person. Federal Quality used refrigerators, televisions PHONE 372-1280 I
bath furnished house.
MOTEL- BROCHIRRProtra dispia green a .running I Earl's Garage Gardners I I ,. washers. ..radios,.etc. tfchg. decorated. Phone !
J. L. Todd Auction Co. 9642261.tfchg
lights on the bow and a white' uuaranteea operating order.
profit-makers in itratrRlc ;
Insurance ?
I ktopplajc plac,. Illgbeat"v'ut 3rd St. light on the stern if running ALL KINDS OF Gulf Service \ tfchg WE DON'TSell
Ga.quality FOR RENT Furnished a- ;
ThoBF 234-1058 Rome Call The Man From I
roBMmrtloB. Luxury between sunset and sunrise. HOUSEWIFE earn extra mon- you we help you buy
.pLICE."iiED *HO>DEUI Every Mechanical Service I partment at of store. 321 I I
pol.......... lB.pert It al) a.,,t >!MREUHWY. They must also have'a"paddle AUTO REPAIR WORK General V Automaticanznons 'TRAVELERS"George ey in spare time, selling Sarah Good selection of new anc

,t lor oar. an anchor and a life Repairs' E. LaRue Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel ;used 8' and 10' wide Mobile I, N Temple Ave V Call 969-2981. I

for each occupant. An,Work Guaranteed T K.ystone Heights Agt. For Griffis, 111 E. Washington. Homes. tfchg ;

Ii preserver I rhoDeUlt GULF PRODUCTS "Traveler Ins. Companies" tfchg. LAKE GENEVA I ;
Kelly also said that boat FOR ,
RENT 4 and
I rooms
.1) registrations are proceeding as So. Walnci. SUxitUTO TIRES BATTERIES' Tel. 473-4692 Day, COINS BOUGHT TRAILER PARK '! hall Duplex unfurnished : t

MCCRARY FISH MARKET I L, they should and that enforcement I Cor. Temple' '& Rt. 16 Starke 473-4325 Nites.. EXCHANGEDI I ml SE of Keystone Ht I house. Private entrance $35.00 ,! I
PHONE..964-6781.; Auto Fire Home Business on Route 100
i officers have begun toI I ; Pay current market value! I per mo. 708 Lake St. Phone \ I
not -Monthly Payment Plan for old coins: Indian Head: tfch I
tighten down on boats yet j FLORIST | 964-7964. tf chg :
16 COR. WALNUT & BROWNLEE regisered or not complying'with \ SERVICE Available Pennies, Gold Coins, Commemoratives .I I i \.

the new safety laws. I Gilbert S. Brown Colonial 'FloristHAS tfchg. Foreign Coins., Medals Tokens, Ready. mix concrete, concrete .1 BESUBETOSEEWorIdBO0kbefore buying any other En- I i\

WEEKENDOPEN I I NEW OWJfERS SHOE SALE- Girls and la- Denver B. DerrickD block, house piers, sand, ceMlent cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your I II

Highland Wettest < dies, mostly small sized only & W Auto Supply mortar mix rocs, steel local representative since 195S.
Undard OH Senrle Stat!. Dot ; MgT
Ig ll Bagwell $1.49. Ladies an new dresses, 416 E Brownlee St. eyrter shell, limerock, roof I P. O. Box 603 Phone 954-3794, I II

8:00: A. M. Section County ATLAS FRESH FLOWERS $2.98. Mary Carter Paint Ucbr.FOR gravel Bntels. BRADFORD tfchg
MEMBER F. T, D. Store 321 N. I ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521. I '> I II
SALE- Pair of little
TO 11:00: P. M. wet Temple.4tchg I Anton Zacek t tj i iI
Bradford County was a erm.sRo&d: Flowers Wired World Wide 9-5 Starke. tfchg:
Service i bone guinea bred hogs. Have
place to be this past week, as j i Starlte -' Phone 964-6291 ) I j FOR SALE-5 year old red t !
MAMA PRIEST KINDER papers on them. D. L. Kite \
the Florida Forest Service reported and white gelton horse. Very !
Phone 964-7071 I GARTEN Open House and i Rt. 2, Box 78. Ph. 964-6325.
SMOKED MULLET 50c ea. 4.8 inches of rain at !LANDSCAPING G i I 27-28. 2tchg 8-22 SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE i ?.ntle. C. C. Melvin and Sons j !
V registration August
:, Conner Farm North :
V -Doyle
407 N. Ter1>> 8WbHurst' tock Brooker. Itp
the Louis, Hill Tower in Highland e. !VarrnV j
and 2 I
a.m. pm.5
FRESH MULLETlb. 3.6 inches at the New m. 5tchg 8-29 I WE NEED MAN in this area { 1 1I
23c inchesat LNDSCAPINGAcNURsERY 119 S. THOMPSON ST. FOR SALE-3 bedroom housein V
River and 3.1 .
V to work in the worlds fastest
NEWLY: DECORATED furnished ,
Saratoga Heights. James A. I
the Santa Fe'Tower.Despite apartments. One and PHO 964-4155 growing industry. The men we .
Sullivan. Phone 964-8084.
LB. LB. the rain. however Service Station Private and _Commercial two bedrooms. Reasonable. NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 tfchg: I, select must have a desire to ; ;

there was one woods fire in "" Property. V I Lights and water furnished.j DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS I qualify for top earnings and 1

CAT FISH 49c SHRIMP 99c the county last week which I I -sIXCLUB-. Also expert tree removal acd''i j Contact 431 Center St. or We Wire Flowers Anywhere FOR SALE- Ford tractor used : own a dependable car. Ex- f !

burned five acres. There have phase 964-7191 or 964-6551. I tfchz refrigerator used gas I cellent advancement oppor- i t :

been 76 fires since Jan. 1 this Gu. Oils Lubrication Tri CountyDevelopment' tfch? ,. range. Like new food freezer. tunities. For interview call \\ I
Operated by Van & Cordila McCraryWE Phone tfchg I
year with 512.8 acres burned I'I Goodyear Tires & Batteriefl Co. WOULD LIKE TO BUY |I WILL: TAKE CARE of children FR 6-4502 or write 3135 N.W. I

compared to 157 fires during ; earthworms at my place 21 day or night. Also wash- ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR 13th St. MODERN HOMES \

DRESS YOUR ORDER-FREE! the'same period last year and ROAD SERVICE .u. ..Trimming.Toor .. -. '1 miles S on Road' .100. Mrs. H.'; ing.or'ironing.Phone 964-3522 SALE AT BRADFORD COUN- CONSTRUCTION COMPANY.V

1,349.5 acres burned." j'j''I l 706 S. Walnut Starke 964-6111 Satisfaction ',.Gura&tMd fE.'McGee. 4tchg'8-22j 4tchg 9-12 TY TELEGRAPH. GAINESVILLE. 3tchg 95.i

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I Elks Suggest Plan For Keeping ,,,',:%'. ,{:i::;,," Employers Of Students Reminded I w

:': Daily Prayers In Public Schools .rtl.':::: Of Minimum Age For Workers

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L. M. Gaines of Starke, gustine Lodge 829. ff Approach of the fall school' and Public Contracts Divisions -
Grand Lodge Youth Leader- In his newsletter Mr. Mar- ..*.=:,. ...i'"i I :: term brought a reminder to expressed the hope that
ship chairman of the Florida onell said: :;;; .::& employers that the Fair Labor employers will encourage
Elks, announce the promotionof "We Elks a truly American ."..:. ;'.( ::;:..;.:. Standards Act [Federal Wage- young people to return to I
a plan by which the practice fraternal organization have : : Hour Law] sets minimum ages classrooms. this fall "because!
of daily prayer in public built our order on the Bible for the employment of young. of the 'rising importance of I
schools might be continued.The and the flag. It proves that workers. education in an era when a ,
Caholics, and Jew ,. ";' : .;:1:::, :j! issuing the reminder, Re- high school has
plan was first advancedby Protestans ; : X" ; :bl" In diploma become ,
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John Maronell of St. Au- can pray and work together, .... ." :{ \........: ":':' '. .t :: gional Director Henry A, a minimum requirementfor i
gustine In "T h e Chairs," so why not our children Huettner' of the U.s. Labor most employment. i
monthly newsletter of St. Au- [Continued on next page] Department's Wage and Hour For those who may work.I r.t r.I

I I.. Huettner pointed out that the r.ill
i j i Fair Labor Standards Act applies -
I;I to employment in interstate lrl ...
!j i, commerce or the production i.
I j of goods for commerce
I II I! and in certain large enterprises -
I I j engaging in or producing I

Itvc- gErjendty I for such commerce. IN CARP'S FIRST QUALITY
I The.Act sets a 16-year age
minimum for general employment -
I Iy but permits 14 and 15-
r ; year olds to work In a varietyof GUARANTEED SHOES )

I ,jobs, such as sales, office.
or clerical work. These younger ,
ZI Majesty" I
GIRLS' "Her workers are limited to three
yLt L I hours .of employment on a

Slippers Slips I school day and 18 hours dur- Styles lor Girls
ing a school week, and may
and Sandals' ; iQ5v iI i not work before 7 a.m. or after -
7 p.m.
ii I ,
I I An 18-year age minimum Debs ond Misses
i applies to occupations which '
I have been declared hazardous -
SPECIAL PURCHASE! I by the Secretary of .La
'I GROUP OF GIRLSBACKTOSCHOOL \ 4, I bor. These include such jobsas

,. driver.or. driver's helper on 99
t a motor vehicle elevator oper-

DRESSES I ItI ator, logger or sawmiller, operator -
of certain power-driven: AND
machinery and some excava-. 2.99 1 1 Ill :;
i Solids, Plaids, Prints-Large I tion work.
Selection Of Styles And 1' Huettner said that employers -
Colors i I can protect themselves"against 0 Oxfords, Straps, Loafers, Flats, I

P.AII1. : 3 TO 6x .' '""> SIZE 4 TO 14Vhite 1 of the unintentional minimum age violations provis-I Boots and OthersComfortable .I \

{ Beige or \' Fine Quality Cotton ': ions"1'by obtaining and keepingon Long Wearing,
Color Prints ", 1 98 .. 3.98 file an age certificate for'
With TUCK-N-GROW each minor employed, showingthe Designed for Correct Fit ( ,,i A 4S I
Waistband And Elastic minor to be the legal age
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7 TO 142..9B
I Side Inserts For A Peri i for the occupation in which he 1 Most Popular New Colors wJJjj\

R ". i 4-.9B feet fit. i is Additional working. information a- Many Styles Not Illustrated.

d Pre-Teen: bout the child-labor provisions
\1 READY. FOR SCHOOL! of the Act may be obtained j i Sizes 4 to 10
from the nearest office of the,
U.s. Labor Department's Waga
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and Public Contracts Divisions i
By "Her Majesty"\ located at Room 205, IT. kx
I S. Post Office building Jack-i i ".
T : "' 2.00 & '3.00 sonville. State labor and >
v I. school officials will provide i;j 1 j
HALF or WHOLE information about the state t i
,10 child-labor laws. Huettner i j

LOOK TO EAGLES FOR QUALITY ; said that the higher standard i t
should be observed if Federal;! I
and State laws differ. I

; -_ --- i Final Clearance Water. Accidents I

Dresses On The IncreaseIn

All Summer i (r FloridaWater ,

Better accidents and deathsare
Boys :
.... Prices To increasing in Florida as
SHORT SLEEVE i.- : : 500 more and more people build
.. P : 9-98 V-- I home swimming pools and .
Sport Shirts take to skiing and boating.In .
Prices To r' 01 1961 there were 409 CARP'S HAS A
1" '
OUR REG: 2.98 iX\ \ 15', drownings, 91 of these from
14.95 small boats. In 1962 there COMPLETE SELECTIONOF
I i
Special were 442 drownings, 104 of
Juniors, 5 to 15 Misses, 8 to 20 I these from small boats according GYM 1 SHOES
I to the State Board of
Half Sizes 12/ to 24z-!
Rob Roy, Bentley, Collegiate and I Health. ., .
This the board has year ?;'I.1j'VI' .')o'I.
Ladies Sleeveless Blouses t'> BVD-ALL REDUCED! I I started tabulating deaths In w' !" : ,
home swimming pools and the I'f1 .' .

SPECIAL GROUP FAMOUS NAME BRANDS j total so far is 13. -- _........_...i!/v.. I -
, Deaths could be cut to almost 'cr' (:.,
Reg., 2.98 NOW 1.88 zero if a few basic rules
FOR 500 are followed said Dr. George '
I A. McCoy, director of the STURDY SHOES .FOR ,
I board's Accident Prevention ". .
;::0; ..- r
.. Program.He '
'"'-' said overcrowding of GROWING FEET. .. ,
home pools'is a common causeof .

SNEAKERS .. accidents, but so is runningon
'slick surfaces and
BRANDS diving' -too-shallow water I
SH1l TSM2 500.' He. said utmost caution 2'99 399

IVY FOR 2! should equipment be and used power with lighting lines. AND,

OUR REG. 3.98 & 2.98 .: I! Dr. McCoy said swimmers ,

Tapered Waist, Dress or Sport Shirts-: BOYS LEATHER SHOES !. should after eating never, when swim tired alone,when just Carp's Own ."JuniorAmerican" -.,. =
Button Down or Snap Tab Collars-
drinking, or at night except ,
I Stay Fresh All Day! I in well-lighted pools. .

Black or Brown Regarding skiing: he said i I Guaranteed for Long /
that not only should the boat .
BOYS RUGGED \ Lace or Loafer x' 98 I, operator know where he Is Wear, Fit and Comfort .
: ,Z going but the skier should avoid -
WESTERN 98 I I exhibitionist acrobatics,
i Fine Leathers Composition
Sizes lOtf to 3 IJEANS' -
2 I i such as skiing close to
t. i\I or other fixed objects. A sec- or Crepe '
; and person in a boat Is a 1 Soles l
_-- ;; valuable asset to help in case I II
Levi, Farah & Wranglers l I| of accident. :' Sizes 5 to 8, 8/2
V. I A primary safety rule in
Slims & Regulars to 12 LADIES SHOES_ f; boating accidents to to "stayj.with 1 I to J2, 12/ 'to3

-- the boat," he.said. Trying -i
HEELS or FLATS .... ,;.. t j to swim to shore may,
i GIRLS prove fatal. I
,. to come along! soon and either II I I II
CREW & BOBBY SOX : tow,the boat in or. be able togo I,, r .
& 200 ; for help. .J
Up i iI JI
PAIR ..' .- W: 1 I THE EIGHT POINT for till BIG BOYS'
l 88c i way yea write. Cm IB Mid i{ .. SIZES 3tt; TO 6

( I i Jed jnr fimito ESTE3CEOOK -.I 4.99
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I Elks' Plan For ITHE CIRCUIT COURT, South. Range 22 East. I I II
IV: AND FOR BRADFORDCOr.VTV Clerk of Said Circuit Court
1 Keeping Prayer t 3 E : : tt' f FLORID.CII.BruT 8-15 it 9-5 TERMITE' INSPECTION- tI
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In Schools Dixie Acceptance Corporation, IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT i
Social Aids?
I Security Disability I j Plaintiffvs I\ AND FOR BRADFORD !
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[From Preceding Page] COUNTY, FLORIDA.In '
D. C. Jones and BuddyF. re: Estate-of .
1 "Here is a plan I believe What do you know about I determination as to your disability 4 L .- Jones Defendants, Claude Lucian Mar deceased. MORE IMPORTANT
Xotlce, of Filing PetHUm For j
should be promoted by 'Elk- social security? Recent surveys j can be made. If you are NOTICE OF SUIT Flmal Discharge of
om all over our nation in, show that while the great I found to be too disabled to j'I : TO: Buddy F. Jones, Residence: AdmiIstrat
I 9 g4t 137ii English Street Charleston TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COXCF.R I
: Etch town and hamlet. Each} I majority of Americans know I work you may be eligible for MgtyU.Soutli Carolina: I f
\ lodge, will full support of its about retirement benefits not a disability benefit equal to the I You are hereby notified thata Notice is hereby given that I THAN EVER!
I rv suit has been filed against you have filed my final returns as
r-mbership, could encourage so many know about survivor I retirement benefit for which administrator
of the estate of
in the above entitled cause; and
!::ish school, junior high, andr'.fmentary benefits, and that is a widespread II you would be eligible if you j z.r you are hereby required to file Claude Lucian May deceased: :I
: children to form I lack of knowledge a- were already 65. Your dependents -| w6 your answer with the Clerk of that I ban filed my petition for 1,
,! I '!. J this Court and to serve a final discharge and that I will For the post three yean Gainesville homeowners -
1,1 t ayer groups and nominatea bout disability' benefits under!\ may also be eligible for Plaintiff's apply to the Honorable TheronA. have received
thereof upon attorneys virtually no warning of
chaplain for each classroomfor the program. I:, benefits These benefits are ,I.. Weinstein, Weinberg & I I :Bradford. Yawn, County Florida Judge of the presence of" termita infestations.The .
r County I
home room] and at the Even among those who do the same as those payable tojj'. Weinstein, 161 St. George Street I August :30, 1963, for approval ;
pt.irt of each day, before know that disability benefits! the dependents of old-age'''!,; St. Augustine. Florida not later of the same and for final discharge i weather conditions have not been suitable -
I! j I' than September 27. 1963. as administrator of the for the termite "swarm," the warning signal -
J school begins, the chaplain : are payable, there are many beneficiaries. j,I If you fail to do so, decree estate of Claude Lucian :May. characteristic of this destructfve
could lead those who would who believe that you must be John W. Spann Jr, district i pro confesso will be entered a- August 6, U& i most pest.
4 fjom him i in a selected prayer. ; completely helpless to qualify.To manager of Social Security in i 14 gainst you in the for complaint.The ,the relief. demanded -j RICHARDDALE MAY, i Yet_serious infestations hove been found in

These chaplains could mee qualify as "disabled" under I! Gainesville feels that noV; nature of said -suit being Administrator of Claude Lucian of the May estate de t hundreds. 'tt.of unsuspecting: f homes.. j
rich week with three representatives -j I I the social security law, a worker -i i I II enough people- middle-aged the foreclosure of a mortgage ceased. I i iI

from each of the I II(, must be "unable to engage and young realize the bene- Offend Food Science on property the following in Bradford described County real I Attorriieys-at-Law THOMAS & PIERCE i i iJ 1 Three years without warning ,
I WorkshopThree
three major faiths to plan;'I in any substantial gainful ac- fits that are payable to sur- Florida, to wit: J 203-205 North Temple_ AvetStaike I II i' may mean extremely (
their activities. tivity." The medical evidence, vivors in case of death to tho The Northeast Quarter of Florida I II heavy infestations costly
I I Bradford ;County 4-]I Club girls two boys show t
factor breadwinner. Most of these and the Southeast Quarter of I First publication August 8,
"This I feel would be per- of course, is an important damage.
results the Northwest Quarter of IS 63. ,
of their and in
experiment with water tissue changes:
"missable in schools because I in determining whether a people realize that benefits I ; Section 16, Township 6 8-3 4t 8-29 : # ii iHs perhaps more important
will be payable in the far off vegetables at a food science workshop sponsored by the
i ho! students would be initiating person meets this definition of.. I "thar\ ever before that
; the plan and exercising i iI disability; but it is not the only future when they ,retire but State Home Demonstration, staff at FSU in Tallahassee last l' I{ your home be inspected im-

trtfir right of freedom ofL'pr factor. Your age work exper- do not consider the present.For week*. Seated ((1-r} Thelma Knight, Brenda Green, Joyce ..,.. mediotelv.
'ch, etc." ience, and education must be instance if you are a man Crawford. Standing: Teddy Bryan, Johnny Tye and Miss
I Gaines, in urging adoption considered along with this who will be 34 years of age in Dorothy Ross, home demonstration agent. I ESTERBROOKliMAR

rt t \ of the plan, said he thought medical evidence before: a valid 1963. you may know that to be The local group was part of, a six-county delegation se- i i iI THIS SERVICE IS

I .A6 was practical and might eligible for an old-age insur- lected to represent Senior 4-H Clubs and high school science !I Y t
I "' Lt by the courts" since rein ance benefit you would need groups. f. II K' E R S : :
iltion of the would'would have to repeat it un- 10 years of work under social, :' '1 FREE !
prayer I &
t<< U voluntary and no child less he desired to. security. However if you were I I I, ESTER, : : ;f I LI 'h I j
I to die in 1963, your survivors I month in benefits based on in the payment of wages. It BRITE-LINE WATER COLOR a "
would be eligible for benefits ': Mr. Doe's earnings under so- '[ covers every establishment I I marker is nontoxic, safe for children. ." I LOVE VAl! ;' II f At Pest no Control charge to will you inspectyour Florida i iag

if you had only three yearsof cial security. This money incidentally :( has such i I Washable, odorless. For paper work ft" k +
where an'employer'there
: GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESwith work under social security.I' is tax free.. :Many I art coloring, school work. 49$ EC I" : there are nor I!
,workers.He k ] termites IS no"charge. .
I '
-ne fail to realize
I earners
Why? Because in this case wage are
I I cautioned employers that I II f I If. termites ;present ;
to that their is PERMANENT ALL-PURPOSE
I amount of work needed I II social security
J I qualify for a benefit is deter- comparable to about $30,000 the official Wage-Hour poster, marker marks anything-sports equip t will Q ve'you a !
j I i s
already mailed to them, must for 3 i \ tt e FREE 'ESTIMATE: for i tWirerad.cation. !
BRANDt mined by the year of death. I in insurance protection: ment, rainwear toys, packages r .. i
I I I The following example illustrates j I f The. survey I mentioned fur- be displayed where it can be home, office, school or shop. 49$ ra I 1 f I
I what your survivorsmight I I I ther indicated that there are j seen readily by employees. 1 I 15 '
t Further information about! BOTH IN 8 COLORS ? j jl
I expect to receive if you 1 three main reaSons; why people 4
should die. Mr. John Doe, born do not apply for:,social security -I II the law can be obtained fromC. I II I ; ,
ecia iin 1929. is married and the I retirement benefits: [11 :, Truman Losee or others of! i ii : Pest I
W the staff in offices located at
father of three small children.He Belief that they must stop: i
Developed i. has been working for the working in order, to receive !j I 205 Post Office and Court : Bradford County Telegraph "G CHEMICAL ro
same employer for the past benefits; [2] Out-dated information '! House, 311 West Monroe ; : Ii
seven years and has earned on the amount of : Street, Jacksonville, Florida. I 539 E. Call St. Phone 964-3965

the of $5,000 a I I work required to be eligible I .
Anniversary on__ In 1963 average lie uica.; His f am- for a_. retirement Vipnpfit'', and ,I;- ("_ _..' _.rr.r;.., :.: -_: __, '.__ _,,!,,\, '__;: .._ u -- A.... L i

I flac.; would receive i $254 a [3] Misinformation received,

!ode! and from relatives.well-meaning friends; YOUR SAVINGS WILL ADD UP FASTER AT BOTJq-M DOLLAR'SCOMPLETE

.Mr, Spann advises people In''. I I
the Gainesville area to do the .

f a I Fr 'I al'r following even.If still working; i I

[(1] If you are between ages''j

NEWI 62 and 65, check with the 'social i
l t l s ..!.,1 t, s 1 security office to see if {
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:you: are insured for a benefit, '
It 6REATESTDEPENDABILITY and further, to see if current I 11
6416t6z00k '
1 :; earnings would make any benefits .! _

i. r FEATURES IN j i DOLLAR L Though payable benefits prior taken to age before 65.i!'.1 =: -
65 are permanently reduced, it -' &LL i a-- -
5 might, depending upon your:
: ,S oHANDCRA"ED situation, be to your advantage'.1 : BOYS SHORT SLEEVE
: tr : DEPARTS
TV I to apply between 62 and 6SJ I| .
i : PEN 12] If are 65 ,!ii Vj' j. ., *- -
: ,Chassis 1 you age clover I .,' -d- ;:t .. .....-
f The handcrafted, hand. you should apply for benefits .
: Big Value!
a wired, handsoldered ,
l : chassis means greater I Outstanding- ...Convenience- ,j regardless of your; earnings.1:! SCHOOL SUPPLIES!
sw r' ""' ,I dependability and fewer Even if present earnings prevented -
'' sc lice problems. current benefits from'being !'I''

i paid the fact that you i;

@ ONlY$1.00$ had already applied will make .
GOLD VIDEO the first check arrive all the Featuring
The LJNDSAY-Model 6025 GUARD TUNERS sooner when you finally d3 'I SHIRTS
Il Neat, clean ink supply FILLER 1
S Superb' contemporary btjledioiiMlette longer TV life. Features Famous Renew points- stop working. And beginningwith I 300 COUNT
I 104 16-carat gold. _
S ensemble i n the month of your 72nd -
filled contact points medium or broad ". :
4 gru.lnedaInut color or which are virtually impervious i S Choice of 5 colors :birthday you are eligible for ,
grained Mahogany color to wear and'Uh : all your social security checks f
oxidation.Limited O Unconditionally guaranteed''Guaranteed
\\ matching base. regardless of earnings.
i against defective your i
1 materials and 1II0r ansblp. For No matter what your age,
I repair or replacement, send pen 6 TO 16 ;
j and 25c for handling to Ester- always remember that your PAPER
; $615 I brook Camden I, Ni.. : social security provides protection : E7C 1ST. !

j I ,,'." I against three major i QUALITY .
A I love risks in your l etimenot
J ya, ... I ...,
i! Ester ...- only benefits for your retire- I
I ment in old age,.but also pay-
Supply! Il! ments for you and your family '

l if you become disabled, ;l
I Quality First ,
: From Amenca't First PenmakerBradford and payments for your family : e

I,: ******* if you should die. I II e


New Wage-Hour .ji

Ii AV'5 Ii I! CountyTELEGRAPH' Provisions Due I i Department i ;


a I September 3rd Bars(} it
355 NORTH TEMPLE ( t 1 -
'1 C. Truman Losee Field Office \ t ___

Supervisor of the U_ S.1 ,
.r .' Department of Labor's Wage DUNGAEEES QQ
e 1 TO 14 $
; $
and Hour and Public Contacts' $199 ,

: ATTENTION Division, today reminded area] FRESH 3 FOR
employers and employees of< 1ST QUALITY r67 r "
Fair Labor Standards .Act]1
< [Federal Wage-Hour LawJ1] BLUE nevuvsTREMENDOUS J '
] Back To School Styles ; :
: CONSUMERS OF I CLAY ELECTRIC CO-OP provisions which become effective -': : ,

September 3, 1963. j jI ; .
Mr. Lowe pointed out: 1 -
The state law under which the Cooperative functions provides several I. 1. The minimum wage for)

means of electing trustees. One of which says that the trustee shall be employees engaged in interstate -,. $
f commerce or in the production ;)
: elected by the members in his I
residing respective district. of goods for interstate :

.. This will require an amendment to the by-laws ,of Clay Electric Cooperative .. commerce covered prior to.1 .. H 0 E S

and in order to make this amendment it will be necessary to the Fair Labor Standards AI -;
... I mendments of 1961 advances'fro
call special membership meeting for the' Cooperative, ; ma, present-day minimum>' SELECTION

M- Please read the attached copy of petition carefully and if you are interested of at least $1.15 an hour to): L .

sign the copy and mail to P. 0. Box 5, Lake Geneva, Fla. This ;/'a new minimum of 'not less-
: : than $i.2S an 'hour | t ,
is important if you truly want fair representation, for your district on the r .1-" ,
2. A 44-hour maximum work-
.. Board of Trustees. ; .
week standard with provision '

w ( for premium: pay ,of at least DRESS :
;one and one-half times thy '
E We, the undersigned members of Clay Electric: Co-operative !t regular' rate for overtime goes i, .: BOYS; :
Inc., in accordance with Article '3, Section 2 of the Bylaws of into.*effect for employment Iijcertain .

: Clay Electric Co-operative Inc., do hereby respectfully request large enterprises engaged GIRLS "
.. that a special meeting of the membership be called:for the purpose in commerce or in pro:; TENNISthjpjarly ; .

.:. of amending the B3'-laws of the Co-operative and, causing 1 t.duction of goods for commerce ;;I'],. .. .

the Trustees to bex elected from the District which they 'represent principally retail and '" ',.,
: and by the members residing therein. It further service establishments. Such
is requested I
: that this special meeting T>e held on any Saturday that employment was made subjectto
the overtime provisions otl r .S While Selections Are Co.
: falls within the prescribed period of time, set forth ,in' the"By : I : the Act for the first time byj! i mpleeBottom # 'I

: laws. --.5-----. i the amendments of 1961. | ,

,. Losee also cited the' Equal. ;

: -: ..\," (Sign name as it appears on .your light bill) i : Pay Act of 1963 which amends' :
w f i the ,Fair Labor Standards Ac(
: S :Address *>r* .. and goes into effect generally r"bifJline
11, 1964., It. provides;'
r- that employers 'with workers? Dollar

w subject to the Fair Labor
I Standards Act's' mlDimun: :

: CLIP OUT AND RETURN BOX 5, LAKE GENEVA, FLA. : wage, provisions shall not dis:' ,
: criminate on the basis of sex : 1'


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.AUG. 22. 1953 u. __- _' _n .. ,BRADFORD COUNTY, I,tGJL-\P_ STAEKE,' FLOEIDA\: -' PAGE NTST5, .

rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIGRAHAM weeks with Mrs. Davis. I Wherein, we leave Hong a tune in Saigon Viet Nam, so i! application with Florida Public'j ton. Florida. ROAD COMPAXV
Utilities: :Commission, on August Should application! be approved -, By B. C. HIGH.
Miss, Jean Davis spent a Kong, visit. the Philippines, it was dark when we reached' \26, 19'3, or as soon thereafteras Starke Florida will be designated Its superintendentSOI'TUERN
week in Jacksonville with rel- and, are now in Bangkok: : this city. Already we had air; ,> practicable' for authority to governing agency for i RAILWAY SYS- .
: atives and friends. I 111 go where you want me ': early ride.up the river and'saw:: .'close th*, Agency discontinue ,Hampton. TEMBy
the handling less, ,than carload Dated and posted this :22ndday E. R. OLIVER
By: J. C. Broughton&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&: ; Mrs Murry Osteen of MI- to ,go Dear Lord; ; floating markets on the canals: ; shipments; and dismantlethe of August, 1961.: Its SuperintendentIt

ami returned home after n13! .Y.j t P I, Our mountains or plains or: People live along the canals,j i'' station ,building_ at Hamp 8E.ABOARDlR LINE RAIL S-:::

I spending a couple of weeks,, : sea-, and: all seemed to be happy. I
This is 'my first, time ever with her brother and sister-. iua; 'jfpfir' Ill be what you want me to I' We did not have to have a.

trying to write the news. I I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harley :'l C frq I'., be, ,Dear Lord: visa to.'get into ThailandJThey : EVENING COURSES FOR 1i i
might be able to make a ; ,,whereyou without
goof : E. Starling. -B x 101 Sulphur Springs.. Ind- -, I'll go want me ;I passed, us through 3
j ,
it but the folks of Graham .rr 9 f i word and stamped, our .visa
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. to go. j
will have to help me. I would Broughton of Gainesville were Wherein I take wings of tion as yet. The official language j So often 'I have sung that t l again. We have' helped these Bradford Coiuitf t( Adult Education ProgramFALL C

' appreciate it If you good ; out visiting his parents and morning and am flying a-l I I is English and the'' song. .I used to want to be a' people, too, and are building : f
people would give your news family, Mr. and Mrs., Carl round the world. I I common dialect Cantonese. missionary but-God saw fit : roads. So I have found the 17. 1 1S.
to' Mrs. Irene Ratliff at the I I to put me,' other places. Now j .-:Citizen has friends everywhere I CLASSES''
Broughton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Happy days are here again Hong Kong has 355 square I BEGIN SEPT. 16, 1963
post office for me on I I I have visited missionaries and are well loved. I -
everyMonday. Broughton and Mrs. Jane 'miles I
The skies above are clear and 1,500 people per : I
Thanks. I Broughton, daughter-in-law,I again : ,I square mile. Two million of and have seen what the church| Most all the natives here are COURSES" LAST, 18 WEEKS I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones i 1 ; I : world service was doing for the I Buddhists,, and have lots of
looking forward to the these
are Red j
i refugees from
Whoopee! I am in Hong are I ':
had as Sunday guests Rev. I! fifth) of September for the U- Kong. It is a crowded city.i:, China. The government hasbuilt people, of Hong..K\ng.\? 'I lovely temples and' schools. We (Second Period Classes Begin Feb.. 3, 196-1))
and Mrs. millions, saw, the boat made of
Carl Clark of Gainesville There are of refuIgees royal'
SS Sabine, is supposed to dock The name means "Fragrance: tall apartment houses
j and Mrs. Florie McKin- I' in Jacksonville and bring : Harbor." It is a British col- i for them to live in, and onlya i and we. are feeding them t hard wood, and it is gold in MAIL COURSE SELECTIONS, TO: L. H. Gibson, Director

.I ny, also of Gainesville. William C. Broughton home ony of Chinese. few now live in huts. with, our surplus powdered i color.' P. 0. Drawer 100, Starke, Fla.
\ Willie Strickland of Port t; 1 I milk, wheat, beans, andnzanyj; | On this delightful ,trip a- I "
after out in Mediter-
being the : At present; they are scarce There are lots of textile
:McCoy was out visiting a- other:foods. They also provide'hot round the world I think of all APPLY IN PERSON AT USO OFFICE (Rear)
ranean for five months. I of water and depend on rain mills here. The cotton is im-i
round this neighborhood Sunday -' lunches for schpol_ children 'of you, and am having a delightful -
magine al Ithe folks'who have 'to fill large reservoirs and ported from Thailand and 40: Daily-1:30: to 4:30 P.M.
and out time. All my love. ,
give clothing.
families on the' ship and, the i: then it is- made pure for per cent. from the: IJ. S. The I -
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Berry I |II We visited orphan homes and. God, bless you. NEGRO ADULTS Contact: Prof. Thompkins, RJE High School, Starke !
boys on. the ship will be glad drinking. They usually have I religion is mixedMany are j l '
Dyal this weekend were Mr,, i II homes for,girls and boys. They MOTHER LURA'i
to get home and land 9Q to 100 inches of rain : I
and see once a year I Christian: now, Catholic, and; i, CLASS HOURS: ,
Mrs. Donald noodle where
Boles and had factory
than to the and to feel that tluj a;
more belongs good seem Protestant, among the young I j t
family of Waldo Mr. and Mrs. old USA. j testing of atomic bombs in people. Some are atheists. So noodles were, made of flour' EaterbRMik Cutrldge and : 7 to 9:30 P. M.-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Jimmy Davis of Gainesville, Right now we can't say that i the air has disturbed the atmosphere there is still, Jots of fertile i, corn meal,' and* powdered milk. Fountain. Pens:' 1.95, -, $.%.9,5 ,
!.Ir. and Mel. Clarence Meltonof it is all dry or not underwater and caused the ground: for mission.Tres., There are 160 buIldings in all, l3.9; at.Tlie TELEGRAPH.O Probable 1963-64 Course Offerings
Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs.'I drouth. have to working and -caring for the
but maybe brighter days present They We saw graves of the Chinese' 'XoTi :;"E> DEFEND'i.v
Lonnie Goodge of Starke. 'I that time. buy water from Communist refugees.We LITERACY EDUCATION SELECTED COURSES ""
will be here by I on hillsides. They use, CIRCUIT (CRT. BRAD- .
Mr. and :Mrs., Colen Ratliff The neighborhood would Chinasome, I understand.We very expensivewood caskets crossed on a ferry to FORD COt;. TT, FLORIDA; lIofa- read and write. (Cohere Grad (Credit Optional) ":-
and family of Gainesville were : : Hong Kong. and.. went up on a i\ 'CUANCERCase, So.: 13-
like to express its sympathy to have a pitcher of drinking .ft I and bum their dead 277. -,- -> .. I es 13.. -._
out visiting his parents, Mr. I water and a pail of water for : cable ca -to.peak Victoria-, Citizenship., Education
James A. UL G.] Griffis and I years. Then they are dug Ella alas KIrlrsey, i
and Mrs. L. E.,Ratliff,'Sunday.'I I family for the recent tragic sponge '''bathing. We are in a, and the bones; placed in ups a, was all fun. We visited a lovely PlauxtiTI.-.- Florida History Geography
Thomas Lefevers is in Lou- I Chinese home which belongsto -vs. American History 4. Government
loss of his brother, S. R. Grif- beautiful hotel, with air con- crock-like jar and sealed ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: ,
; I of Olius KlrkeeyDefeMant i for'Foreign' Born
isiana working! for Bigham, the manufacturer: :Tiger -- -. English
Redi-Mill. Inc His famihr'andfriends .. I' fis of Palatka. 'I ditioning.: i then;: buried again with the, ,I Balm salve. ,Also enjoyed a NOTICE' TO ,APPEAR I Preparation for High. School Cot era Americanism >*. Communism
--- --- ----- ---- Wev' had a wonderful flightto top of the jar above ground I Grades 48.
are looking forward'tohis Chinese dinner on a floating To Ollus' Kirksey: Care Lily (Required( for U..S. Diploma
,;, fTTTTTYTTTTTYTYYTTYTYl Formosa and. stayed at I Because of the drouth, the Mae Vine,..L *$burg, Alabama.You .
return. restaurant Conversational ,
First learned to love hereby notified thata SPANISH ( )
HoteL I first crop of rice dried,up-- a are
We flew: over to,the Philippines suit for Divorce has been 'For'btginne..s and"advanced atuGENERAL -
Mr. and Mrs Junior Dyal I HIGH SCHOOL
HAMPTO these wonderful people who loss of about 6000000. ,
and had a wonderful filed against'you in the above dents.' (Other languages available
and family plus Miss Mary are Chinese refugees from the All levels English, Social Studies,
In Taipei, while eating sup- stay with our children of that named Court and cauand you of : on demand)
Broughton! and Mrs. EttaDeal mainland, and the native Chi- ,, axe required to servea copy of' Sciences Mathematics-, For, creditor
we had slight earth- ,
per a
Bj Bin. D. E. HillAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ tropical country we ruled and I '
: your answer or pleading 'to th j Instrumental
,went Jacksonville: review. MUSIC Chohil and ;
quake. was! walking out of helped for '60 years. We1 also complaint on the Plaintiff's At- .
Saturday on. business and nese.Today I :Music Theory (Notation)j
toured the Islandof 'torney'Green, Green, and Green
we the dining room and did not lost lots of lives,getting, a-'f A
pleasure: Starke Florida and file the I
Mrs. Louise Manire visited Hong Kong and saw many .notice it, but'the: natives ran: way from the Japs. signs in j original; In th 'office of the
Mr and Mrs. Leon Ellington her brother, 'W. J. Herrin'of rice paddies, vegetable grow outside and, were frightened. Manila are in English. They Clerk of- the --Circuit Court on BUSINESS COURSES INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Woodworklag;

and family! were out Sun Jacksonville, who is in the ing, and lots of geese, ducks I applied for a job as a raise bananas oranges coco' or before the'23rd'day' of September Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Mechanical Drawing;
the allegations
day from Starke visiting Mrs. 1963; otherwise _
I' Veterans"" Hospital in Lake' and some chickens. I love F ,teacher; in the American Tai- nuts, pineapples'and many 'I of said Complaint'-willb Business English, Office Practice Blueprint Reading.
Ellingtons 'parents, Mr. and these tours. We ride in a big'1 taken confessed by For credit or re\iew. Electronics. "16$ .
City last Sunday.Mr. pei School to teach the, sol vegetables. It, is,a delightful as you.
I' If'
Mrs George Rivers. This notice shall published:
MrM ., and Mrs. Bill Tomlin- and Mrs. Tommy Clarkof bus and go around the hills'at diers1 children. There are' a- place with 'plenty of rain-A once each week for' four con- ,GED Testing Schedule For 1963-61- Week of Sept. 9, f
', Hampton Lake are the a perilous speed. We had I II' bout 5,000 of them here.I land of schools and colleges ,'secotive weeks'in the' Bradford

son of Worthington Springs, I: parents of a son, Thomas i' Chinese food at a restaurant, ,!'Schools start in, August, so Ii j' and universities. Alovelyplace, .'County Telegraph. 1963-Week of Feb. 10,1964-Week of June 15, 1961
were supper guests of Mr.-and .' i i and It was good-sweet-and- could not be there goOdbye. Dated this 19th day of. August I
Kennedy, born 'Friday; Aiijj. i ,i for the and I hated so to say 1963. -
*Irs. Basil Davis c' ,Tuesday. I 16, at Alachua' General 'Hos-: sour pork, duck and caramel !i iI ',first'day will be notified i I would like to ''return to live CHARLES A. DARBY, OTHER TESTS BY APPOINTMENT .
night. I apples. Also rice. We-ate-with Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs Irene 'Bushloper and 'pital in Gainesville. Mr' and when needed. I here some'dai.I By Janet X. Carter, The Adult Education Program provides educational opportunities for seiyniprove-;
: Mrs. Frank" Clark of Hampton -, chop sticks; j We passed a British Army, am now in Thailand city (SEAL) ment, and to qualify adults of any, age for better Ihing. It is dfiigued to meet the
family of Jacksonville and Mr.I are paternal grandparents. -' We went right'up to the, Post and our guide said there' of Bangkok., Another lovely Deputy Clerk. needs of persons who are not able to attend regular public schools. The fully accredited -

and Mrs. Ollie Cason of Lake I border line where a big sign" were 40,000 soldiers here in' place-such friendly, people 8.22 4t 91iNOTICE. program is made availableby County Superintendent Harmon P. Morgan

City were visiting Mrs. Mattie Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicksof I says "Communist China.The, Hong Kong > j j'and good food When I get TO THE PUBLIC: and the County Board of Public' Instruction. Except for a small registration fee,

Davis Sunday. Master: Nick I Orlando visited here with road is 'closed Many people i So long for 'now. I go to I this written I'plan to rest. Notice Is hereby given to the' the program is free

Bushloper spent a: couple of J.i;her mother :Mrs. Mamie'Mead; here' are' still illiterate as' Manila from here. All my love.I, We flew over here last even- public Railroad that the Company Seaboard and AirLine ENROLL, NOW. '

last weekend. "' there is no'compulsory 'educa- God bless_ you all. j ing'' from Manila, stopping for Southern Railway, will file an "
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dren' of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. '

t Johns, were both able to re* j j. SEMI-ANNUAL TRADEINSpecial SPECIAL PURCHASE FROM KROEHLER

turn home last week, after; ,

being: hospitalized from an c 4 0 100% Nylon Freize'Covers, S Reversible Foam Cushions .

auto accident the' previous] ., q i
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week. CLEARANCE Beige Uri
1 Ili 1 Mrs. K. B. Watterson left Brown .Ixu e r t t l' f4

Friday for South Hill, Va. to I Gold \J LLJ .* -, Ii't

visit her mother and other'relatives. Sago ? ..+ .. ,
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.Mrs. Watterson had '
t received word earlier in the :, '' I

week of the death of her : i : : ,

brother there. -' *
Mr. and Mrs. E. D.: Allen

were hosts Friday evening ata "

tA71tt peanut boil party at their -. :

farm. home near Hampton, ,Purchases, Factory Close Outs-Sensati Price Reductions, s,_ a.
celebrating the, completion of c" 4
B their tobacco harvest. '
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Mr. and Mrs. Goodson of $10'DOWN SPECIAL PURCHASE, UE TO 1

Miami have been visiting here DELIVERS THIS' : ,. ", .1 x $.5 Trade-in Yc
with her parents, Mr. and t ; Allowance For
LIVING ROOM : t f yp14fi
Mrs C. Cox. Mr. Cox t
A. ? was Your-Old I Suite a

in Bradford County Hospital NATIONALLY, KNOWN KROEHLER ...-v. ".
UT for treatment from Thursdayto : -
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----- hot jars with two inches of and be prepared to care for ix 'THE CIRCUIT COURT: OF should not be granted. which they may have against electingthe following officers: Stone, Mrs. ,..W." D. Thomas, '
r FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Herein fail not decree said estate in the office of the MAYOR for Two Tears. Mrs. Margaret B. Williams,
hot water in a canner. Put a yourself and your loved ones CIRCUIT: IX AND FOR pro confesso will be or entered a against >county judge of Bradord County GROUP Xo. %.' One Alderman Mrs. Owen Vaughn Mrs. Kath-
I rack or something under the in an emergency when pro- BRADFORD COUNTY. IX you for the relief requested Florida in the courthouseat !: For Two Years. erine Chism ;(alternate), Mrs a
4 Starke Florida within six GROUP No. 4. Ona Alderman.For 4
o Home CHA\CERV. Sue Miles (alternate)
jars to lift them off the bot- fessional care may not be a- in the petition.
calendar months from the date
WiUiain. E. Norman, Two Years. In Testimony whereof, I here-
tom of the canner. Put lid on vailable. Plaintiff : order shall be published ,of the first publication of this CHIEF OF POLICE for Two unto subscribe mT name and
?ta canner and boil SLOWLY for vs. DIVORCE once each week for four con- notice. Each claim or demand Years. cause the Seal of the said town ]
Demonstration l Frances Cramer Norman, secutive weeks in the Bradford must be in writing and must City Clerk Treasurer Tax to be hereunto affixed this the
. 15 minutes. Remove jars. Peace CorpsPlacement Defendant. County Telegraph, a newspaperof state the place or residence and Assessor & Tax Collector, for 16th day of July, A.D. 1963.
general circulation in said post office address of the claim-
How Old Are You? NOTICE Two Years.Inspectors (OFFICIAL SEAL)
ant and must be sworn to by
I How old are you? This does Tests TO: Frances' Cramer Norman, County and State. the claimant his agent or hisattorneY' for said Election: RANDAL F. CHITTY
NotesBy residence and address un- Witness my hand and the or it will become void Mrs. Myrtice! Dennis Mrs. Er- Mayor
not mean the number Set For Aug. 24A known: seal of said Court at Starke according to law. nestine Dpnmarklbert Foster ATTEST:
, birthdays you may have cele- You are hereby notified thata Florida this August S, 1963. July 24. 1963. Charles Hardy, Mrs. J. E. HarI I Merrill Edwards City Clerk2 (
I Dorothy Ross brated; it means your state of new round of Peace Corps complaint for divorce has been CHARLES A, DARBY /SR.. A. Colson .lv. ::::. DPeegy Shaller Ray :t&- ;t s-io 1
filed against you and you are As Clerk of said Circuit R. A. Colson Administratorof
J Home Demonstration Agent mind. Are you aging successfully placement tests will be givenat Court the Estate of Alva N. I' I
required to serve a copy of your Bradford County "
: creatively, happily? Hereis more than 800 post offices Answer or pleading to the Com- State of Florida.By First Colson.publication deceased. on August I I AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE .
. 4 a check sheet to help you and college campuses startingat plaint on the plaintiff's attorney Janet N. Carter
find out. [11 Are you com- 8:30 am. August 24 and George H. Pierce, P. O. Drawer Deputy Clerk. let g-1 4t 1963.522NOTICE i 964-2600
4-II AwardsIn we realize it is also a sharp 1030 Starke, Florida and tile (OFFICIAL SEAL)
plaining more than yon need continuing throughout the the original Answer or pleadingin R. A. Green Jr. --:- I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
our office we have been tool and must be used wisely. OF ELECTIONJuly I
I to? [21 Do you find it hardto the office of the Clerk of Starke Florida 16, 1963 ,
rl judging and processing 4-H Grapes change any of your habitsor day.The test is noncompetitiveand the 'Circuit Court on or before Attorney for Petitioner t, Randal< F. Chitty :Mayor of ;:
record books. Each year, recognition Now that grapes are ripe mannerisms? [31 Do is designed to enable the i the 16th day of September i-15 4t 95IX the City of Starke. Florida by : DeWHt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
will want to caa you 1963. If you fail to so do, a Decree virtue of the authority vested in']
is Fla. ,
given to 4-H members perhaps you Starke
i, criticize young people much Peace Corps to place prospec- Pro Confesso will be taken me by law do hereby call a I ,
If-' for their achievements in club some plain or add spice. It for the relief de- COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, i
or do you believe they are as tive volunteers in an appropriate against you I\ AND FOR BRADFORD first primary election to be held SERVICES t
whether prefer I manded' in the Complaint.Done at the Fire Station in the aforesaid RENTAL
t1 program. Records of their accomplishments depends on you oversea situation. The COUXTY, FLORIDA.In .
with the help spicy products or those having capable of managing I i and ordered at Starke, re: Estate of town by qualified voters i Hospital Bed, Wheel Chairs Crutches
. own affairs and behaving ,I Aug. 24 testing date will be Florida this 16th day of August, Alva N. Colson deceased. on Tuesday September 10, :|
of their families are the basis pure fruit flavors. However a properly as you,were when you I I the last chance to take the A.D. 1963.. XOTICE TO CREDITORSAll :163: A. D., for the purpose of I IDENMARK'S'
for ,,selecting 4-H club mem- small quantity of spiced, grapes placement test until Oct. 19. CHARLES A. DARBY creditors of the estate of 1, _
their ? [4] Have
were age you Court Brad- !
Clerk Circuit Alva N. Colson, deceased, are !
bers to receive recognition.This is desirable for the sake of fewer friends than you had Those selected for training ford County, Florida. hereby notified and required i i

year 20 junior girls variety. five years ago? [51 Do you will spend 10 to 12 weeks on By: Janet N. Carter Clerk. file any claims or demands I;<:
and six senior' girls will receive Spiced Grapes a college which Deputy II
resent criticism? [6] "I'm too campus may (SEAL) ,
pins and others certifi Five pounds grapes, 2Vz old. Let some younger persondo include four weeks at a Peace GEORGE H. PIERCE '

f cates. These awards will be pounds sugar 1 cup vinegar that." Do you withdraw Corps camp in Puerto Rico. Attorney for Plaintiff

given at the Annual Recognition 2 ounces ground cinnamon The minimum age for VOlunteer 8-22 4t 9-12
from activities and responsi-
Program in October. The and IV ounces cloves. service is 18, with no, -
bilities on that plea? [7] Are XOTICE
announcement of the winners Weigh and pulp. Heat pulp you being sorry for yourself upper age limit. A number of: Sealed -btfs will, be> received I Bedroom Spectacular !

will be made later. over a slow fire until soft feeling that life has given persons in their' 70's are a- by the. Florida State. Prison at I
This program extends to then run through a colanderto mong the 6,000 volunteersnow 'theoffice of the, Business
? 811
deal unjustly [
you a raw
the state and national awards remove seeds. Add 1 cup serving in 46' nations. :Manager ;Raiford. ,Florida up v
At A Down-to-Earth
Are you thinking more of to and not later than 10:00 A.M. Price! $
levels and is made possible by water to each quart hulls and yourself than you do of other: Married couples may serve If ., August 29. 1963. for various Charley 95 i
interested individuals and cook slowly until tender. they have no dependents and items of rags and clippings. Bids R
people and their needs? [91 I
commercial concerns throughthe Combine pulp and hulls, and if both husband and wife twill be for rags and clippings PIECES
National 4-H Service Com- add sugar, ground cinnamon Have you grown careless in qualify for the same project.All where .and as Is. subject to in- E. I, .
your appearance? [101] Have spection 'priof to" bidding. Bids
mittee and the Florida Agri- cloves and vinegar. Boil over volunteers must to which
agree must be on bid forms
you lost interest in State International S DOUBLE DRESSER 4-Drawer CHESTS
cultural 'Extension Service. slow heat for one hour. Pour serve two years in the corps may be !'ecnw>d from the office Johns I j

This is only part of our a- into sterilized jars and pro- and National e-i! including training time. nf the Business Manager.Raiford, Flor-Flor Tilling BEVELED MIRROR a BOOKCASE BED
vents? [lit] Do you often feel ida State Prison
wards While feelit pints at simmering for The Peace Corps has requests -
program. we cess ida.
Ia .
that you have nothing to look i about this question:
strengthens the club pro- 15 minutes in hot water bath. for persons qualified as 8-22 It .
: forward to? [12] Do you talk
gram and encourages the girls, For hot water bath, cover more of yourself and your experiences -i teachers or with skills in ag: IN Tttn rTRcnT Corn OP "It took an auto accidentto
riculture public health, for- TTIR EinifTH Jl'DTCIAL CIRCUIT I
than need to? [131 OF FLORIDA AND cure me of cut-rate in-
estry, carpentry, social work
Gas Genie : I When faced with a choice do and other crafts. A college degree FOR BRADFORD COUA'TY.CASE surance. That's when I discovered .
says take the easiest most INCHANCERY.. Xo. '
you is not required.The > s my policy didn'tpay
convenient way or are you 13-2n : when I drove borrowed
MEEt corps pays all of avolunteer's NOTICE TO APPEAR. I
: willing to try new things? [141 In Re r. IonJ pf car-it didn't '
:'. FRIENDSHELIKES expenses and pro- : .Ad9n cover my'I
i Are you finding it hard to 'Arol :Ann StarlingTO I
I vides administrative support to Bonnie costs-it didn'thave i
smile often and easily? him abroad. At the end of Ann: Gerald:Drive.Starling Marrero, Louisiana an adjuster within I

These traits are shown by his service he .' ,
receives a readjustment : 100 miles. Can i
_. t I people of all ages. The ones allowance of $75 You. are 'hereby notified .thata your agency ki !t \
1 filed in the insure me with a conti- \
4 t NaturalGas t answered yes to are the ones for each month of satisfactory abo\petition!styled Court been by Ralph J. nent-wide giving II -
you had better watch your service. I-- V t W
; \ Darley, for the adoption of Carol full c
Just As Well As I Do. I step about. The placement test scheduled Ann -Starling, and you ara required coverage" at standard ILi n \ rIFt
I If we want tomorrow to be for Aug. 24 consists of a to serve a copy of your rates?

If you are in doubt about Natural Gas ask I happy we must begin now to half-hour section on general answer or objp<;tloD.'l thereto, on
R. A. Green. Jr., petitioner's> at- Charley E. Johns
your friends and neighbors that use it and get first I enjoy the good things in life. aptitude and another of the torneys whose mailing! address
I The best guarantee against same length on modern lan- is: Starke, Florida, and to file Agency
information to its convenience cleanliness
hand as ,
i loneliness and unhappiness is
guage aptitude. Candidateswith the original thereof in the officeof
economy and efficiency. We are sure you will want ''I to live fully, happily, and cre-: a background in Frenchor the Clerk of the Circuit Courton PHONE 964-0121

Natural Gas too.STARKE. atively in the present. [Parents I Spanish must take an ad- or or otherwise before September show cause 16,on 1963 or, 131 S. Walnut St.
: Corner] by Corine Justice ditional one-hour proficiencytest.
I before said date why petition
NATURAL GAS i Grisley. .
I I Medical Self Help The nearest locations for the I

CITY HALL PHONE 964-2351 Knowledge replaces fear. Aug. 24 exam will be Room GI LfldO< That's Our Business

Learn medical self-help nowWORTH'S I 331, Federal Building Gaines- "If it's Glass We Have It"I

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nce building in Jacksonville. FOR ANY GLASS NEED a ,


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yeyyf Morning Worship 11 am. We Design Modern Store Fronts i
1 Y / iI0 rc..dn1 I ilrafe yew pocl.ti>ooli w.ifc tU'lenlf , idii tan, 3 d.ui.Lay r1,
Evening Service 8 pm. Sunday Just Mail Us A Pattern For kct fro.... .
Sra Mot and AMikg.Wok* WU aadncMd to pe i nte Iwrik tf4w
v School, 10 am. Training Table Tops a.t.r-d drowwi oa nl.d rids draw prib|Btef>atab Y t.ed4 p

Union, 7 p.m. Prayer Service I 1313 N. W. 4th,PL-,Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 a writ Ujlti tar ynn of f.shio.rpht..u S<..WI..."-'

each Wednesday. 8 p.m. .

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at LOW COST. Ported for studtnts. Morin improve. "' ,
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FOR Grades rise.Tho Smith-Corona St.rling-a typewrite typewriter /-' '
00j -guaranrd to take the homework out of homework.
BACK-TO-SCHOOL AHD! ci oc of Colors i Come M. See it. Try it. Yeti roaHy want a Sterling I,
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' i Warrant ,Officer [junior ';;' .n : .. I
grade] Charles H. Lawson r 1
SERVICE m I son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. .. "' 7; -r' 4 I
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I Lawson of Starke recently SAVE .'
ANDV03ffiX completed two weeks of an-
nual active duty training at Winn-Dixie W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN J' !
Fort Benning, Ga. He is assigned .
1 is Your
to the 383rd Military U.S.D.A. ,
Police Detachment, an Army i
_.-'"._. .v.. I I II Reserve unit, at Lakeland. Headquarters ? y < "N' 5 t 0 o LB J I
II I It Lawson is a 1949 graduateof for Back
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Bradford High School and (
a 1958 graduate of Florida To School
Southern College. He is employed -
by the Florida Probation Supplies BROAD
and Parole Commission
in Tallahassee. He and his I At BigSavings 11

wife, Velma, live at 2941 S. .
Woodland Hills Blvd. in Lake- _
3, Yl p land. ., 4.III, ter g,9, s.s :

I Army Reserve Specialist4Billy q.ak ,
Harrington and Pfc.
1 Wilford H. Warren, both of
Starke, have completed two
weeks of annual active duty I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED s 41 /U14 ''' j
training at Fort Bragg, N. C.
They are assigned to the 345th '
WINN-DIZIEITOREl. INL.--GOtYR1GNT-tie$ ; ?i? yr.. "f+say:4rE.r1 ; 'rxr1
Surgical Hospital, an Army I
Reserve 'unit in Jacksonville. .
Harrington ., is the son of % ; \\4' ALL ,,. ,
__ ? xi .
Mrs. Gladys Harrington of ;> 1'it ,/-

, : Capt. Donald Koretz, whose Starke. He graduated from SWIFT'S PREMIUM BONELESS CANNED W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER : SIZES '
Bradford High School in 1956 i
wife Is the former Dolores Mc-I rF
and attended South' Georgia LB.
Knight of Starke, has been H 4 $298ams r
Junior College. Warren is the CAN
\ decorated with thhte U, S. Air LB.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander LB.Sli.
Force .
Commendation Medal
.H. Warren of Route 2. Starke 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW
for meritorious service.
and attended Bradford High W-D LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100%} PURE BEEF .

Capt.The Kortez'citation outstanding was made per-for School. I. Ham PKG. 69; :>> WGr. HITE MEAT BREAST or DARK MEAT LEG

formance 'of duty as a staff 5 i.6. 199
project officer in the teleme- Pvt William C. Powell son REG. 59* COPELAND ALL MEAT PKG Turkey Qtrs. LB. 39;
try systems branch of the Air of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell .. .
of Starke recently completed
Force Missile Test Center' at I Wieners LB. 49;
a seven-week signal parts
Patrick Air Force Base, Tam
specialist course at The South-
pa. He is now being resassign- REG. 494. 12-oz. COPELAND I .
I eastern Signal School Fort .
ed to study at the Unicersity!
1 Gordon Ga. A graduate of .
Force of Connecticut Institute under of Technology the Air Bradford County High School, Bologna PKG. 39ce \ Plain' ;r,,, :.. ,
Powell entered the Army last ..-
education program. He received Or PAN-REDI FROZEN BREADEDPfflsbmys
his B.S. degree in electrical January and received basic REG. $1.39 WHOLE PEELED & DEVEINED \
training at Fort Jackson, S. C.
engineering from the Un- Self Shrimn 2 5179Shrelmp
Prior to entering the servicehe 12-0% 991 :. LB PKG
iversity of
Maryland. Pkg. '
was employed by the Starke \ Ra i
Co. ISing 1. .
;;. >6;:'._"" ,_ ''--:,.".. ; {i Telephone 25 EXTRA STAMPS with SUPERBRAND Cottage '1 ,3r,:,: : : BEST j MORTON Choc., Lemon, Banana, Neopolitan, Coconut

,. .' I Albert E. Barnes. Aviation 2-Lb ,, Limit one I: I' .... XXAJ: !.
,..Ax;.,. ... @ '>B'".,"'.... ... Electrician's Mate 3-c USN. Cheese cUP 55 .:. aaJrz wah $500 ''JI : Cream Pies 2 FOR 79iClt
r ."'-:.!"' : '" recently reported for duty a- ?.: ss.; .. 1 food order I' sea cctran
.. ; '<.\' board the anti-submarine war 1 :'ii:1/:1FLOUR/ .
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,," .., {.. 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF or more. -- Beef,
.t.\:.' fare aircraft carried USS Hor- 1 : MORTON FROZEN Chicken Turkey
", >I"" net, currently operating with Salads 1 ,
Palmetto Farm
,< .. Southern the First Fleet the The coast Hor-of Land 0' Sunshine 1 PillsburyL,.- ---- Meat Pies B 5 FOR $1. .

net is the nucleus of a "hun- I .
ter-killer" group whose mis- j BUTTER FLOUR REFRESHING SUMMER DRINK
3itf sion is seeking out and destroying ,.,,. I Pldrr ,

enemysubmarines.. '50 Extra#W Green Stamps 1 Orange Nip 2.CANS .89; ,
1r Barnes is the son of Mrs. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 1
Myrtle M. Barnes of Route 2, I
Lt one 5-LB. ,
Corny Dogs with .$5. 1 : .

a tSQi Pvt. Henry F. Hodges. son 'GOOD THRU AUGUST 24TH :;: .or 1, BAG Brownies 14-oL PKG. .19
of Mr. and Mrs. FO' C.Hodgesof AT 'ANY WINN-DIXIE 1 SAVE204 .
Route 2, Starke, qualifiedas i tf / I a LB. 1 .

expert in firing the M-14 ',. ,: .
rifle at Fort Hood. Texas re- '.

cently.A .... .. .T.....,.' ; .". ..
"" supply and transportation "' ." .'t -;.r.. .'_. 6 ,a specialist in Co. A of the 1st low ,
Armored Division's 501st Sup 50 Extra t /: Green Stamps

ply and Transportation Bat. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .

Pvt. Kenneth E. Russ, son talon, Hodges entered the Two PKGS. FROZEN SAVE 7Y2t EACHSTANDARD. Limit 3 with $5.00 order ormore
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V. Army last March Deceived Gold _
Russ of Brooker, has completed basic training at Fort. Gordon, King HushpuppiesCOOD ,
eight weeks of military.. police Ga. THRU AUGUST 24TH T 5 d' 0
training at the U.S. Army AT ANY WINN-DIXIE omatoes 303 CAN M

Training Center, Fort Gordon,! Albert E. Barnes, aviationelectrician's s I. a1 .
mate 3-c, is serving
Ga. During the course he received -, A
instruction in such aboard the anti-submarine SAVE 21* EACH MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 please.
subjects as civil and militarylaw warfare support aircraft car- r .
traffic control, map reading rier USS Hornet on a current h! .I I dq( ,... .: M w
prisoner-of-war control, visit to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. I nst. Coffee 6. L JAR 68 ; .
50 Extra Ol. Green St
and self-defense. Pvt. Russ The Hornet is the hub of a amps .
entered the Army last March hunter-killer task group andis WITH.THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF *"': ,

and completed basic combat the flagship of Commander ONI FROZEN SOUTHERN FRESH FLORIDA GOLDEN; BANTAM JI.'I.
Carrier Division 17 of the Pacific f
training at Fort Gordon, Ga.Ma1 Chocolate Cake .

of Route Mrs.Fleet.2,Myrtle Starke.-Barnes M. is Barnes the son of 3 AT GOOD ANY THRU WIN AUGUST N-DIX I 4TH I E Sa. I nst. Co ff ee 6 .I. JAR 5 8 F' Sweet CORN' :

Naval Aviation Cadet Billy

B. Helsabeck, Jr. is undergoing SAVE 9, EACH HEINZ Limit two with $5.00 order or more.
basic flight training at

Whiting Field Naval AuxiliaryAir ( ,.I dh(
Station near Milton. The Ketchup 14-oz. BOTTLE 18 ; 10
principles of instrument fly- 50 Extra1l"Green Stamps EARS
ing and communications pro- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
cedures are the main subjects
covered in this phase of the Waffles SAVE 5* EACH LIBBY'S FRUIT"Downyflake -

training. Cadet Helsabeck is FRESH LARGE HEADS SNOWBALL
the son of Mr: and Mrs. B. B. CDDOTH'UAUCUIT..TH

Helsabeck of.-Kingsley- Lake. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE d ocKtaII 5 303CANSS1. ( iierH..d29;

; : Sgt. Monroe T. Griffis, son
and Mrs.
i of Mr.
SAVE 8<. EACH LIBBY'S 46-or.
recently I II
5.. i Griffis of Starke
participated in a UJS. Strike! ) d Plums 2 us. 39;
I Command exercise with more 2.S :
I than 75,000 armed forces personnel 50 Extra W Green Stamps Pineapple JUICE Qt

e I in the Carolinas and WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ;' -

Georgia. Griffis is a platoon ONI 14-oz. f .,
......... I sergeant in the 101st Airborne Hot Shot l Bug Bomb .' "\ '
r"\) 'JO>"W"' ""''- Division's 553rd Engineer Co. WE ;

Pct Lancin D. Hersey, son I at Fort Campbell Ky. He en- GOOD THRU AUGUST S4TH :. 4.1!.t. .- c. .:Chi>" '.,, =SiD .
4 ,
the Army in March, AT ANY WINN DIXIE 1 Ph <-
of Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey tered W "i.r& .
of Route 1, Starke has c 1948. __ M Jut 8 vY. .. .pP'I .
pleted eight weeks of m-I' r
POINT for the .
ed infantry training at way you writ. Come In and I GREEN I l I IiIJbI1 I I
Gordon Ga., where he receiv-, elect your fr rite ESTER- STAMPS F _
ed instruction in combat techniQues : BROOK Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH tot IffJ ... _
and in firing the M-14 VACUUM PACKED' { BLUE or WHITE ARROW
50 Extra J )/ Green Stamps' ""
rifle and M-60 machine gun.\ ,
February Hersey and completed basic I Astor Coffee Detergent
fj. i
training at the fort. Crackin'd nig Bars ?;


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Work GuaranteedA. Saw Shop O.LADC'Te.* .coffee' 59; ...}f h. Ch er GIANT 58; Il .

C. Williams Gleam' l Toothpaste AXWEI.A Limit 1 with $5.00 or 4\ffj\ Umit 1 with $5.00 food ,
No. 2 ..
GOOD THRU AUGUST S4THAT food order. order or more. #
more .1 :
142 W. Call St. HOUSE .
2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. ANY WINN-DIXIE .. : 'v ..... ,, '"
Jtit ,
Stark Fla.. Gainesville Phone: 372-3583 Coffee _&g: i! ." .1 .. .-6J: .--.1 .iJi.: :6. _,: oJ I

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1 BRADFORD TELEGRAPH, STARKR.- FtEIDA ri"on1V'_..__. _. &. ..AIT99......... ....... 1963 !f:

tion of sales tax on repairsto ing with transient rentals was f I Fenton M. Prewitt!I Press in t

I Sales And Use Tax tangible personal property. changed to include duplex a-: Two fO//d Timers9ird [Editor's note: Mr. Prewitt i I sold County his paper several 1929. Having years ,
A'tax to labor
was applied partments. Apartments con .. a newspaperman since the I ago, he still refuses to retire ? F
performed in the repairs, installation taining three or more, family:1l. age of 10, and a true "gentle I and finds pleasure and em- (; oz.

and maintenanceof units were covered previously, man of the old school" now!I: ployment in writing for the
; Changes viewed tangible personal property, The period of tax coverage Are "ll'etPlant fromcause lives retirement at 'Plant i :l w owners of The Press. We:;'(
K, not real property, he explain was extended from 6 to 12 City. The Telegraph is, deeply 'are also indebted to Mr. Powell;j t666
I ed. months for a tenant stayingat i I indebted to him for number for much information about t

A summary of changes !, Straughn, director of the Florida Repairmen-dealers are required any one hotel, motel apartment City. Ha. I was, there fin Starkel. i i of copies of "The Florida Advocate the early days of Starke.]
-made by, the 1963 Legislature!I Revenue Commission. The by the amended law to house rooming house, Dear Mrs .Matthews:. at the time and,, in fact, I, ," which he publishedin.
1n expanding the three percent changes were effective.July 1.1 I collect and remit tax on the tourist, or trailer camp. It has been my intention fora with my partner Avery G.f Starke, in partnership with BOATDRAIN BAPTISTCHUECB I
sales and tax and' total selling price which now Straughn said there were Avery G. Powell in ,the late
use I The director said there long while to write you of}:f Powell took a very active part I II 1 "
other has have j includes both parts and labor. two limitations provided. One t 1890's. We I iI
revenue sources ; been some misconceptions the pleasure I:have had reading ''in the campaign using The prize these papers I
J t' been.. released by J. Ed !it concerning the applica J The section of the act deal- states that any person_ who The Telegraph week after Florida Advocate which we Ii very highly and they have I Sunday School. lOa.aL!1 REMINGTON'

--- ---- on the effective date of the I week. You see, it has been I r were. publishing in Starke at I been of invaluable help in i Morning Worship, 11 ...m. i
.act, shall have resided: continuously i affording information about
the time, to .
I some 65 years since I movedto give very general Training Union, 6:30: p. m. 21 MO.
SATURDAY ''. for six months at Starke [in 1897], and: while I I circulation! to appeals writtenby "the good old days" in Starke i Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m. I
anyone piace shall be deemed and Bradford ROAD
there are only a few citizens i such stalwarts as Col. C.'L. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday i
,'tp qualify for the exemptionset still living who were there in'' .- Peek, Judge Wills and Maccienny Fla. 7:30: p. m.Zipper I HAZARD
AUG. 24 fortn in the act, so long nany; others who Ij
e the late 90s, I still get much I wrote. convincing j: Guarantee
as that person shall continueto reasons why the Dear Gene: ,
satisfaction in nothing the I county -
., : ONLY reside at thesame place. progress that has been made seat should remain at I noticed in a% recent issue Notebooks 52.1 : 100%
The other limitation pro- in the past two or three decades -I Starke. When the election was ''I of The Telegraph, that Starke Bradford County Telerrap I, NYLON
vides that no tax shall be slated to obtain -
finally held a new armory -
-J and it is also pleasingto J we were gratified I -
,imposed on rooms provided which recalls to i
note that Starke won a substantial I my mind
that The Telegraph is,! by Pioneer j
; AND guests where there is ho:'con-: majority. Of i the old armory over the J. W. THE BIGHT POINT for the I I jI
moving along with the other course i
sideration involved betweenthe interests of the con nun y. Lake Butler finally gained .I Andrews Livery Stable used ray" you write. Cone in and; =600x13 -11J5} "
guest and the public lodg- what it wanted by the Bradford County select your favorite ESTER. '
One item was noted in The the Legislature 650xl3 12.95
i Colas ing establishment. created Union Coun- Guards in 1898.Commissioned. BROOK Fountain Pen TELE- f
Pepsi. Telegraph some time in the -'i50x1411i95
I 1
Admission] Officers of GRAPH.
!last year or two which gave ty in the early 1920's.It j -
In the area of admissions historical information concern- was gratifying to read the company at that time were I 'C'0:0: .. ;:. 800x14 j 14.95f60XIS15.95
r I the law was expanded to include -I ing the number.. times ;that some months ago that Starke your father, E. S. Matthews i Tests /
viewing or participatingin had captain; A. V. Long 1st Lieutenant :
Lake Butler sought\ to :have ceased to use parking : -
i all types of amusement- the county seat designated meters on the streets, and I ; and George C, Living- j $1 Aids- lSII'i:95-i :
FREE OF EXTRA COST WITH THE PURCHASE i sport or recreation, show that town instead "of ''Starke. know that the merchants ston, 2nd Lieutenant. I Add-- -------

OF 10 OR MORE GALLONS OF GASOLINE game or exhibition, including There was an error in that have gained substantially by I ,have a roster of the company I BatteriesAccessories I All prices$2.00 whitewall tax r rand
: green fees and dues paid to the article said that the "lastflection" elimination of these nuisances. of 'that time, furnishedby .
private clubs providing recreational Plant botheredvery the WPA. This research of & tire off your carTom's
City is
: ThatV Right! ,A. F.REE.l-fpt Dog and, A Pepsi Cola For : facilities. Such facilities the county concerning seat designationwas moving seriously]; by having .too Soldiers of Florida was order-I \

H EVERY PERSON IN THE CAR When You Buy: 10 Or i shall e include but not be limited held in 1889 whereas it many meters, but there seems ed by the late President j i! Repair Service ShellService
to golf} tennis swimming. was in 1898 when the.'last! elation little likelihood of 'getting!I Franklin D. Roosevelt and is Gainesville Hearing Aid Co:
: f. More Gallons Of Gasoline This: Saturday Only -. Tell yachting and boating IiI 'facili was conducted.I !loose from the plight until a complete? in detail. I 632 X. W. ISth St.

Your Friends!- ties. remember it very well be- substantial amount still un- Company M was mustered ,
1 I Civic, fraternal and religious I LOCATED IN TIlE
I I paid on the meters, or some into the U.s. Army April 23
I .' ; clubs and organizations are state. of them, still in use Is liqui I 1898 in Tampa in the war I DERDA 3IUSIC BUILDING 435 E. Madison, StarkeTIIEATRE.
I excluded from tits provision. dated.: with Spain, caused by the!. -
I Retail store facea I f
7 I On or after Dec.'26, the tax I do not know who you have sinking of the u.s. Battleship
SAVE MONEY! FREE I i will be imposed admissions, stiffer penalty if they are assisting you as news editor; Maine in Havana Harbor in
delinquent in licenses. \
SAVE GASOLINE! i of all athletic events of high; The Revenue obtaining Commissionis but I do know that there are time of peace.

SAVE MAINTENANCE! i: schools junior colleges and authorized to collect in ad- few places the size of Starke ''I was 18 years old at that FLORIDAM
I other institutions' of higher ed- dition to the which have the local news time and was one of the vol .
amount of tax
i ucation. Elementary, junior coverage as interestingly ,,unteers. I 83
., portrayed am now years
: LET US CHECK PUROLATOR OIL FILTER : high schools.. ,deaf and blind due and fifty a penalty cents,of for two the dollars periodof as you have and 'the 'old and am still active in,
schools, and state correctional person or persons doing that newspaper work in Maccienny. -
delinquency occurring in
institutions are exempt. work are to be congratulated.I .

: YOUR $3.50 A three per cent admission .tbetirst'three license year, and months an additionaltwo of the am ust getting over a. Very truly yours, -
'FRE' E tax will be charged on races
WITH attack of .
severe of
dollars and fifty cents for some Tate Powell, Sr.Editor's
: AIR FILTER! Value I and other events regulated by each additional "flu," the first I have suffered -
the" State Racing Commission. three months in long time. host [ Note: Mr. Powell
: a
period, or fraction of delin- some TIME
I Lubrication And Oil The current tax imposed was weight, but am getting a little another veteran newspaperman '
thereafter. MONDAY
SPECIAL 20% DISCOUNT Change excluded from the base price quency of it back. and also a "gentleman of FRIDAY'
I ON PUR-0-LATOR ; against which the sales tax is The Legislature extended the old school" was the son of 6:00 P. M.
: AIR FILTERS OFFER EXPIRES AUG. 28,1963 : now applied. the period to file applicationfor Will close by wishing you Dr. Tate Powell, early Starke SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00:
refund progress in servingthe
The amendment to the law a from 18 monthsto physician and spent his boy- ,
OFFER EXPIRES 8-24-63 PLEASE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT i provides for a tax on the three years from the date people of Starke and sur- hood days in Starke and vicin- I Friday 23 24
i the payment is made into the rounding towns. Saturday--Aug.
: rental of motion picture film ily. Mr. Powell moved to Mac
except the rental of motion state treasury. Sincerely, clenny and founded The BakerFLA.
,J, : WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS ; picture film where an admis- i r TRIPLE FEATURE PROGRAMBATTLE

sion is charged for viewing ,
the film. OF GIANTS 1
/ : The sales tax was removed I I

: Trailer Rentals from the cost of funerals but: e NO.1 ,
the law was amended to require i
!I. j
:1 funeral directors to pay i ii scx MwY _
I IioHN r. ..
I tax on all tangible personal! i ,
1 property used in connection w ij I r
-- with their services,, >M -. iI i iI j I
: SEVEN DAYS EACH WEEK 705 N. TEMPLE AVENUE \ I motor Vehicles f I GRADE "A ir ';.Y i: !

Changes in the law regard- : ij j
: PHONE 9649911Sensational I ing motor vehicles and farm I wCOLOA ,
C Abie Cenp.nt.Pcn AUr..nlbjc1NO.2
machinery and equipment require -'
I" -: I two per cent tax on sale: FRYERS LB 23 1 r NO. 3
'- Of motor vehicles; throe per! : I

cent on the rental price of; I
:' motor vehicles removing any, Y .
SAVINGS exemption on motor vehicles;:. 4 1I
purchased for exclusive rental: 'I
two per cent tax on self-pro- C

pelled qr power drawn farm SuII' It' .e
; ON equipment used exclusively} by : LB, :
a farmer and three per cent
on Other machinery equip: J ''c'//

: i New Mobile Homes ment farmers The and present on tools.seeds exemption, feeds fertilizers to-!I I SEE WHAT ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY? ::1 ON Krone.NEVER SEEN ANY' *' 'I

I and insecticides con-: BEEF LIVER 3 LBS. IMMORTAL MONSTER SCREENITHE g_.........
.1 r tinues unchanged.The I usnweaen..torKlwrt ,
tax limitations on industrial I T '! AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE :

\ ; '.\ \1.-J II At ((3JVY_ /.: / machines equipment, ;:.:::>. '::;.';: ..k..i.:: ..., .. :-

I parts and accessories was rais-I: GROUND'Mt'A'r 3 IBS. .,;. :. .; ,.<:,..:::::.>,,;..:.;;..;.....,:::.:...... I Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed.
yP"R i ,
: '. ed from $1,000 to $5.000 on ; ; i
; :: \ each three single transaction.A .j { 1ffs : f Aug. 25, 26, 27, 28
per 'cent tax was'j SMOKED SAUSAGE 3 LBS. \ .
j imposed on gasoline and other ,
l'Y ;;"" ; ,

: i { FP FEDERA QUALITY j i j by fuels aeronautical.sold in Florida devices for and use;: SPARE RIBS. 3 i.Ef} :;t::::;;.::;: ;i t iiWkZ.t3! aJ'OHN

1 railroads. The tax shall b? LBS :; ;::"'::;'f:'.. ;:.: .::;::'::;" I '

\ .f, HOMESFeaturing ; j traveled prorated in based Florida on to mileage total: BRISKET" OR -<;:' ..:.}.:Yi..... ..: .ir:'...}::: ..:.:'.' o" B\G\tl\\S,1EAR\\l 'i : ItUBEt _
mileage traveled where used :::; ::: : ': .:'>::....
: 4.... --\\f; by common carriers in interstate -; I RIB STEW% 3 LBS ':::::ct; {::;" : ;,': '

: ; A -'tr N r- \r "iahd ,foreign commerce. i kU :::!> %1 .ij}..... % g i Ii IiJ 6 I.JOHN fOROSDml

Fantastic Mobile Home Buys \ 7 Motor cents trucks tax on already gasoline pay and the FRESH CAUGHT ;'/'' ; f i''',: :::.:iJff.T..:( : ..,. .. f.i :;.
diesel fuel. ? ; : ::: : t < ; DOll VAllsI.
School Books Taxed :j MULLET 8 LBS # i:.:'. ;i'T:: ?!;!"'';: -,

'i SO' X 10' School books used in junior: iit% !. r: .\ : I I. ', y. 'DJ'EF
S 00 colleges and institutions, of .
: higher learning l were brought :;I .WEINERS 3 LBS (;:;;j':: }//i. iJiJftfti. {\ ", "f'' ,l:

under the tax. ( .\,: .:.{ :>.: k'..,ffWi, ? I .1. : TEC.HHICOIml.
; ONLY ...'/.'.,.. ,.. ,,: : :. ..,... .. /. ::.. ''f
: NEW MOON A three per cent tax. sub- END .. I'". ..:." :'". .. .. '.I t
ject to proration based < ,: '.5'. -p
mileage.' on all vehicles on 1parts' PORK CHOPS S' 3 LBS. ::: ::. 'i; ... .r :{t: ,t,. I '(Ii F(1 Ii i I i;
thereof used in Florida. .:::;{ ::.::= : .. ,!t, r: ;
l. t.l'fM: : hlltas yigl adhotsf tl9 l iltutQtblflllI(
by interstate common carriers, :"YA:;;: "- :rI I1,0tr (;

and subject to a $5,000 limitation .
50' X10'Ml Sn I A P 0 was approved. It applies BEEF I Thurs., Fri. Aug. 29, 30 I
0j to airlines railroads and CH.UCk5-teak I
i trucking concerns. All other LO 49C
VERNON ONLY 43 j I purchases, however are fully:' 'ROAST ;
taxable. i l e an tfC a v :
A five cent tax
: per was
placed at the wholesale level ALL MEAT C Center Cut Pork C ;

: on all fishing hunting : ,
camping 59 Ii.g'

: Come Out And Inspect The Many, n l &n: rI : equipment, swimming, unless, and specifically diving; STEWLB. CHOPSIB.. ,:

I ; (I exempted. This means that retail i iI
Mobile Homes R !
Many i dealers who cannot show I I

: AS LITTLE AS the tax has been paid to a I DELIVERY ON GROCERY : ?

,, On Display I $100 DOWN ; registered wholesale dealer are
., required to accrue the tax atretailer's
'- : a
a cost and pay it : : ORDERS o

: BANKRATEFINANCING directly to the state. .
Interstate sales ol 'these I- ,
: CEDE R' 'AL tems by Florida wholesalersfor ,
- -
10 YEARS TO PAYQUALITY redistribution or.retail sales -, t, ,
H f in other states.are. not tax J'
., )
I I able, to Florida under this pro- OPEN I. I. (CLOSE Artar3 .J4SSER7CE: CCSASZf c ,
HOMES I vision. Deliveries, must be by; 1 A

interstate: common carrier theU.S 7 A. M.Y I STOCK A I
: US 301 NORTH IN STARKE mails or by the instate' ; QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED e'.
dealer who must provide 607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 $!e v b1P 8Mdsacpea ;,; 0'Peirffit>y b&163fS'lRlk' a r I:
.. .I proof of delivery outside this ) r

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* fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYlLA I 7 Manning and Mrs. Leslie day. Mrs. Karen H.. Kiser a !' Reddish Sunday/ A ,1,1Mrs. 1 tlje J loss of their; loved one. j 1 Cuba Is 'DeclaredFootAridMoiith t tie, !hogs,,., sheep, .and, goats I I per for .MYF, 6:30 p.m. YouthMeeting's I CHURCH OF GOD

Phillips. former missionary in Africa Raymond ISuber of j We regret lose the Arthur ,I but deer' dogs and others ,. 7 p.m. Evening Service 422 N. St. Clair St.
I will speak this Sunday morn- Jacksonville was a weekendvisietor"of ; ffewiti family, who will ire ,, ; have ]been$nown to be inject 8'p)n.
HEY Approximately this event.42 guests enjoyed ing. "!- Mr. and Mrs. Luther -j r moving to 'Okeechobee next Disease Country ed,. Monday. Aug. .26 -. Youth Sunday School, 10 a.m.

- Activities First Baptist: Sunday Hilliard. ; week. Mr. Hewitt is being! : Symptoms of the,disease are:Activities J Week 6::30. pan. Morning Worship 11 a. m
) By Enia Blancbtrd Church School 10 ajn. Morship 11 \ Miss Arthurine Blanchardjspent i I transferred by 'Hercules Pow, i Pat, Miller, president, of the.Brad1prd. blisters, .on, the. month. parts- ,I i Also Tuesday,Wednesday, and I Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Y-
Rev. .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJShower Rev. and Mrs. Wynn Training Union 7 p. in.! the 'weekend with Miss \ der Co. 4 .,County Cattlemen's i including the tongue lips; Thursday! nights... same tune.Tuesday I II PE 'each Wednesday 7:30
and Rev. p.
and Mrs. Mattox Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer' Meet-i Enia Blanchard on 'Satur- .Mr. and Mrs. Joe LeClairof Association:i announces, thatCuba ,, and ,gums. Blisters may also;I I Church Librarv ;:
Is Given Ralph Eddins of Macedonia ing Wednesday; 8 p.m. YWAJ day'' they Vis1t '"thSir aunt, High Springs and Mrs.]' has been, declared a.j, be.found. on the skin between'. open. 3:30: to 5 p.m. j m. Prayer Meeting, Friday,
For %1rs. Bennett Baptist Church in JacksOnville and Intermediate GA each I I Mrs. John J.. McLeod, 'in a ;! Joyce-Spell and Mrs. Beverly,'. footandmouthdisease country -{ and above the claws ol the I Wednesday.. Aug. 28 PrayerMeetini 7:30 pm. L. S. Williams
,f: Mrs. H. T. Bennet, who lost attended services at the first and third Monday 8 p.m.l] nursing; home 'in 'Ga nesvm .1! Spence of Jacksonville were; by. the Agri u1tijral..Re.' feet. I I and Bible Study 7:33: pastor.
'. her home by fire recently was First Baptist Church last Sun-j Youth Meeting on alternate and Mrs. D. B. tynn; in Saturday night guests of the I search Service of &e U5.Department It is urgently requested that, p.m. ,4.
-I, honored with a miscellaneous day. Mr. Wynn was the speaker j I Mel'I'I 0. E. Crosbys. 1 Agriculture. I .' __ .1
1 I Saturdays, 8 p.m. of, livestock ,owners ,and. practicing -] -'
shower in the home of Mrs., In the morning and Mr. rose.David'
Personals 'Dinfcins, son of Don't forget that Saturdayis : :':In view, off, the close-. geographical -I-, veterinarians maintain a
Eddins )in the evening.
O. J. Phillips. Cohostesseswith \ Mrs. Sidney Hansen honoredher 1 and Mrs. Paul 'Dinkins of St. work day at the 'church. proximity.of Florida close vigil of animals in their
Mrs. Phillips were Mrs The Methodist Vavation! husband with a dinner on Augustine spent part> of the Everyone is welcome- come. to Communist dominated j j custody and immediately report ,
Hester Hicks and Mrs. O. J. Bible School clased last Fri-: his birthday anniversary. Out week with: his grandparents.;, out; and help beautify the country, and ,the ..constantistream any condition that might -I1.1-p'
Anders. Artistic arrangementsof day after a good week and]i of town guests were Mrs. Es- Mr., ,and Mrs. P. L. "Dmkins. church building and grounds. ;refugees arriving tot* be suggestive of. foot-and-
flowers were used in dec- fine attendance. Visiting children -' ther Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. His parents returned Sunday ,| Ajttentipnparents;. In case this state, our livestock, industry mouth disease.
orating the living room and were welcomed and ap- Clifford Martin of Starke.Mr. to take him home. Mr. and! anyone, did not read the paper faces, a graye danger Any suspicious symptoms, FOR LAUNDRY
dining room. Mrs..Hiram Ben- I pr ciated. I and Mrs. B. E. Reddish MrsJim Burton of Jackson-: last week,,donUgrgetto.reg-t through'the; possible introduc such as vesicles or the I
nett assisted the honoree in Grace Methodiest schedule: :.i were in Tallahassee last ville were Sunday visitor | {ister,yqijr.} first grade. .children tion-:-.'acqi\ental or: deliberate mouth or on the feet should,I
.,: opening her many gifts. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Wor- ,i end visiting their -Week-\\ Mrs. Rebel'Rhoden'ofOCalavisited i this week- : Friday from 9 am. -Hjf,.foot-and-mouth, disease, be reported at once to the!
Assisting with the refresh- ship. 11 aJn. MYF each Wednesday ,[ and daughter Mr. and Mrs.i iI Mr 'and' Mrs.. H. 'C.,\ t|to ,12 noon.for.Starke Elementary Miller said." Cattlemen's Association presi-
mens were Mrs. George Shu-i 8 'p.m. Rev. W. W. i J. O. Pens and their new son j Watnwright i over the| weekend.'t! :, School, Be ,sure to have Footzandmouthdisease .is dent, 'the County Agent or a I I
I ford Mrs. Ralph Wise Mrs. Pearcy of Green Cove Springs'I I Terry. Mary Jack and Jackie; It is good to know that Mrs,],.'your child's birth certificate.' .' 1e:9: 1 f the niost dreadTof all local veterinarian, Hood Soft Rinsr pampers all t
Luther Billiard. Mrs. H. M.( was guest speaker last Sun who had been visiting the 1 H. C. Harley has returned Boys and. gjrisjhave one more 8,nirnal J diseases, accordins to : your vrasHables-and your!r" Hbod
Reddishes, returned with themto from the hospital and is much week of vacation. School bells "
cq lty rAgent, G. T. Huggins. pocketbook, too Fluffs tow t
''''' 4< '
Methodist Church :$
will be 3.
ringing Sept.
home. improved.; !
{ outbreakin the
""U.s. els and
Tljefjrs| diapers fleecy soft
You Meet The Nicest .. .
HONDA Weekend
guests of Mr. and 1'JOuNstgwN: { .
....-- Wain- :' : reportedin1870.; ; Another .Calendar for the week: ness Leaves fabrics so deep t, +
Mrs. Charlie
A Manning
SUPER "." 3 .T6: People HONDA Mr. and Mrs. Howard Martin were' visiting Jrlr, ,-ahji IJrs.: .'T.- ..L.t -BAPTIST'CHURCHLavson months outbreak, of in ceaseless 1924 ,effort took., before 20- Thursday Aug.- 22-!- hurch wtinkle-fret that ironing's\ s

't'-"pr ; I I and children of Titusville', W 1nWrIa ; aiyJL, other .t.ielabyes -' ,Antes, B,., ,Pastor, it wa&considered I safe, to Library open, 3:30: to 5 p.m. tasf when necessary; "at'alL !!

SPORTS i; Mrs. Valree Johns and .sons, :duriiag,the. :;sleek,J Bible School, 10 a-m. Worship -I move animals from the, re- 'Chancel Choir rehearsal. 7:30 The complete fabric softener
-i: and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Glea- Mrs, Lynn'oW 1'. ,aiid.daugk- ;;'ll, ,a.m., Evangelistic stricted and involved areas. pjn. at the economy rice. V t +
ton of Daytona B ach. ter spent "th'e. week "with. ierj !Service, 7:3ft: pmt,, [The;, to this highly Sunday Aug. 25 Church
50----- I I I II- Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss brother-ih-Taw and sister,Mrs. ieers: Quartet Everyone Jubi-J contagious: Susceptibility disease is..primarily School 9:45: a. m. Morning;' HOOD SOFT RINSE 'iL'.
!Elizabeth Terry were luncheon E. L. Massey, and visited other .cordial Invitation ta tt ,limited to animals like cat- Worship 11 a.m. Snack Sup-
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Ed- relatives. .
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I a .
I II I gar Wlkinson in Lake City Chuck Moore. is at-home- after f' Ei1 d f } -- t
Monday.Mr. a nice summer spent" withhis '; +wr
arid Mrs. Oscar Myer broth f-ihlaw l "and: 'sister;: .
j, r and children of Miami visited Mr. 'and! Mist Wesley. Thomas t The 1
I Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Reddish! in .Hendersonyiljf! I; i
,, during the week.The N. ,C. Friday, night .dinner'; r
I i teachers of Lawtey Junior guest of the Moores.'Vere'Mr.iand ;;I \I.. TA
; High School attended taV'FEA Mrs. 'Charles Jtathel.. Cindy -r! ,s
: Area Meeting in Lake and Ricky of New Jersey,i -
City Monday. and :Mr. and Mrs. S. D. An: ". a
-- Weekend guests of Mr. and Brews Debby and Mandy of,
Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Wendel Wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. Pete'
5 H.P. OHV were Mr. Kelly's. brotherinlaw -' Todor and Jeff of Gainesville,'

4-Speed Transmission, and sister Mr. and Mrs: and Mrs. Ruby Moore and .
| A. T. Williams 'of New Port daughter,'Mrs. Bill Doying, of; '\ .,
:a =- Dual Seat, Over 200 Miles | Richey;, His aunt Mrs. Paul Jacksonville sere Sunday visitors ... '
Per Gal. 4-CycIe, No MessyOil 1 Seaver of Jacksonville spent : 1-0: .' I ; When you bring you car to Gateway you are assured

And Gas Mixture. i Tuesday and Thursday with Mr, and,.Mrs Frank.; Wells,' -that it will be checked with the latestequipment
PRICES START AT $279.00MCGRIFFYS :' them. and 'Nina; >f Leesbuig were'! : -"T e V I-IU U e available trained
Miss Mary Julia Futch of weekend 'visitors of Mrs. Effie 1 e el1 by factory mechanics

MARTSpecial 1 Tallahassee visited Mrs.',Joyce Miner.,Mr. and.Mrs, ;Bill.Reid 1 .. all at minimum cost! All work guaranteed -
TRADING ; Futch from Tuesday to Thurs- and sons of> Jacksonville, spent I We repair all makes and models.
!' day. Mrs. Futch returned with Sunday and ',Mrs. Miner returned i 4,
Discount On Any HONDA her and visited relatives until, with them and spent,!
Purchased Now Through September :, Saturday. the night. '

I:j Mrs. Ed Carter of Jacksonville Miss .Elizabeth. ,Terry and, f
130 N. COURT ST. PHONE 961.1021 ] 1 f
t' TSi I NEW "You Can Trade Your Way at Gateway Chevro-
was visiting Mrs. V. R., her sister Mrs. C. Strick, 1
land of Gainesville spent the; ,,1 it, I I. let" on Chervrolets, Chevy II, Corvairs and
1, week in Tallahassee. They"visited I 1 i
from. We
Shop The Modern Convenient \Way AtStarke's I Mr. and Mrs. 'John i iI ; CAR Trucks. Plenty of Models to choose
Wyrick and Mr. and Mrs.! will allow you the maximum amount on trades at i

Newest 't I Charles Carter at their home'! 3 _. low cost bank financing!

on the Gulf. ]
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+ 'rfn .7 w.wr I II USED OUR USED GARS are
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; '7-\ Guaranteed. We sell

.! t B Min 0, E. CrbatiiiuAA FCtLOF
pp- CAR
only 1 first class used
i ; ., .i.T..n1y .j.-." I.- I

:! Revival Coming Soon I .t.,, cars and all are reconditioned before

I Don't forget the Fall Re- we put them on the lot!
y vival will start 'Sunday, Aug. ;

,wl 1 } mc i 25 with Rev. A. L. Fewox of j 4CThe2/OOk/
'Jacksonville conducting the

c 't'- ". I; meeting. Song Service ,each I;i
::1 night at 7:30 and preaching :;
s 84 .! Aid'y.a P I at 8. Everyone,invited. to at :
PLENTY FREE PARKING-Hwy. 16, Cor. Brownke & Church tend. i
i Personals : w

FLA. GRADE "A" BOX OF ,, I !f j Miss Nancy and Deborah i
Crosby of Leesburg'spent part 4

Parts 5 IBS. C'' of last week\with their. grandparents ]i .
Fryer I I ... .
I Rev. and, Mrs. C.,A.: [ f
: Crosby. Other guests' of the :
1960'Chevrolet Impala .
FRESH LEANHAMBURGED ,I Crosbys on Sunday were their i 1960 -
Door Hardtop, Factory AirKharmm' ,
-:son-in-law and daughter, Mr. : '
',and Mrs. Jake 'Parrish 'and GhiaHeat Conditioning, Full Power, Radio, :
3 LBS.
',children of Winter' Garden" : Tutone Paint, White Wall Tires. Heater White Side :Wall Tires. r

i':and their ,aon and daughter- '' Like New Qnly Best Buy On The Lot

PURE PORK 1LB. BOXESSAUSAGE3FOR _____ Crosby of Mr.Leesburgu and Mrs.Mrs.W..Par-C.'I: 51395 00 I $149500 L -_ -_ ____

__ ', rish and children remained a.I
__ :. few days with her parents. ,i -
I'ir.11I.: L. Turner of Lawtey, stumpwood operator
i Mr. and Mrs. O- E. Crosby ; '
FRESH, SLICED PORK I were Sunday dinner guests of i 1959 Chevrolet Belaire 1959 Chevrolet_ Parkwood for Newport Industries of Pensacola, found the "Gate-
their son and daughterinlaw -\ Wagon when Mr. Joe Gidden
I 4-floor, 6-Pass. Station way" to his trucking problems
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Door Hardtop, Power Glide, ,
LIVER-ILBS. F,j Crosby, in High Springs.I I Ij I i Radio, Heater, Tutone Paint, V-8, Standard Transmission, (right), manager, of Gateway Chevrolet, Inc. delivered

i! Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyad White Side Wall Tires. Radio, Heater.: this new Tandem Series Chevrolet Truck to him last

i I! and children were. Sunday I Excellent Condition. One Car Owner week. This new Tandem Series will be in the 1964
MINERS' 3 LBS. ( : dinner guests of his mother, \
$109500 Chevrolet
: Mrs. Alma Dyal, in Hampton!! $1'09500 line of
I Mr. and Mrs Glenn Stan 1
< ley and children of Jacksonville -
visited her parents Mr.j -
I and Mrs. Floyd Crosby last 1 1i 1959 English Ford 1958 Chevrolet Belaire

i Sunday.Mr. I 1962 Ford" Galaxie. f > 1960 Fondn 2-Door, Hardtop, Radio

4gtCUBE and Mrs. W. C. Ward,I I 2-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Heater, Tutone, White' SIdeZooi 4-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, V-8, Standard Trans-
Chuck Roast Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop.II
\ and Mrs. Inez Kelly were I I! Fordomatic, Tone Paint, wall Tires, Standard Trans- Heater mission, White Wall Tire s

called to Tampa, Saturday by !' White Sidewall Tir s. mission. Tutone Paint.:
the serious illness of their;I, Completely Reconditioned Real? Economy Buy'R aI Eco om1.Transportation Best Buy; In Town.

r I brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.Claude Lois Newmans Moore.1!j 5159500 : I $S 9S00 $39500 $595 I
j: were guests of their son and
STEAK.- 69C Foremost !' .
: daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. "

FI.A. GRADE "A" ICE I ;;I In Charles We Gainesville are Newmans glad last to and see Saturday.Grandpa family.-,i iI i Ii, SERVICE:, NEW CAR, NEW TRUCK, USED' CAR, USED TRUCK :- YOU'LL 1

FRYERS -IB.-- 29c MILK I I spending Lovell back several at church weeks after with J; DO BETTER IF YOU GO ALL THE WAY WITH J
; his children: In Illinois. ,4( I

I Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Elixson OPEN 1 TILL1 f 9:00 EVENINGS i iI
FLA. GRADE "A" FANCY RED !I of Fayetteville N. C. were at '
( t Sunday night guests of his N I i
1/GAL 39c I brother and sister-in-law! Mr.!,;' t iI I
NENS'-th. Y 45c '
'I' and Mrs. Kenneth Elixson. I II i
Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and i it ,,
t daughter.Annette, were recent!II
We Have Plenty of our 'Sugar Cured and : guests of her parents Mr. and I, Tt ,
:: Mrs. Leslie Waters in Lake! l -5 j

Hickory Smoked Sausages Hams and Bacon |; Butler. i
Several.of our folks atteijd-

; ed., the Real at evergreen; j j'rn .
$ Baptist Church last week. .
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PLENTY OF U. S. CHOICE BEEF There was V'goo4.ateni; 't. .t:. ...- ._." :f :t' ...... .. -. i ,. I. \ . I 1 I

:. ance it cottage prayer meeting II arid
ClefCars / TrucksrCorvairl Chevy I II
at the home of Mr., and Authorized Factory Dealer iw Ch v '.It'd : ,

CUT TO ORDER. night.Mrs. Lloyd Padgett Monday, .' # Stingray Corvette ; i ij

Ii i:.the Sympathy family of Purvis is extended Green to in;, j U. S.36l-Ndrtt-Starlce.FIa._ l .? .!\ _-c. ', > .. .... P'hone.964-3900." !

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leaching summer rains. r them to wind and sun. ASC Ballots,Mailed i carefully. _consider' the by the voters during offiea ,_

?! Let's GoGardening You can. restore: the green Annuals that you can plant nominees listed on ,tl1e. .,ballot hours any time prior to the <
Voters -
I To .
to color by spraying the grass from now until October include j and then to vote for the'menthey j MISS

with an iron, sulfate solution.j alyssum babys' breath blue-I In County feel most ;qualified 'to I II .

Apply a spray mixture of two I eyed African daisy, browallia, I represent them in the administration -i

; I teaspoons of the iron com butterfly flower, calendulacal- The county ASCS of ,the Federal farm I
pound per three gallons of I lippsis, candy tuft, capemarigold nounced this week that .sC'election programs .in the county for '

By Ilervey Sharpe ;,water per 50 square, feet of': carnation, Chinese for-!, ballots have been :| the, coming, year. The ASC 5
j Florida Agricultural Extension lawn area. Chelated iron products -; get-me-not cornflower, Flora's,I mailed to all known eligible r; committeemen play a vital, ing

,i I also are recommended paintbrush, painted -tongue, ASC voters in the county: role ,n/the agricultural affairs J I [ :
it,1. I for coloring up a washed out':: pansy, phlox, pink, snapdragoon -: Mrs': Mildred Sapp, county; ;of the county and it 'is im- "To

Don't give your lawn a close colored lawn. j, statics, stock and vehbena-. office manager, stated that:t,portantthat the best qualified -- [ :

.. shave return from a'; Don't become alarmed if you I IIi i more than 400 eligible farmer ;: men in the county be .
vacation.A Ii j discover earwigs in your lawn.j, Growing gladioli like buying and' rancher voters in the, elected to these important po--
crew-cut especially after!: A number of home? owners on credit-both are easy.I county should receive their sitions. :
the 1 have reported them. I However, the credit and the ballots within the next few
grass has grown tall and II The "mail method" of vot- :
These vicious looking little; interest you'll get from growing farmer
shaggy-Is more torture than days. She urged any or 'I ing ;
ing is 'used in ASC elections
most grasses can stand. Get I insects may startle you. However -! glads won't be near the priceyou'll rancher who fails ,to receivea ,'
this has proven to be the
the conspicuous pair of pay for lowdownpaymentIongmonthlycredit. -
the ballot to contact ,the ASCS
grass back in the well
most convenient method for
hooks at the end of their ab- groomed habit by nipping on- and
farmers ranchers 'to
j Gladioli planted now par-
domen belies their looks. Ear- corms
ly an inch or two at the first To be eligible to vote in
ticipate. A self-addressed, -
do not live to the will produce a splash of colorin POStage
cutting. Then, after three to up superstition the annual election a person ,
I free envelope is provided
blend of
60 to 90 days. For
| of attacking people ;
five days, mow the grass j varieties.I must have an interest in a with each ballot and all that I
colors plant several
down to a height of two i in the ear. I' Start with June Bells or'' farm as an owner, tenant, or the voter has to do is mark : OF THESEAR
Dr. A. N. Tissot, University
inches.Be I and be eligibleto
"sharecropper ,
White Friendship for a snow his choice on the ballot, sealit
of Florida Agricultural Exper-
sure to remove the heavy j white display. Mingle in few take part in one. of the in the envelope, provided
: iment Station entomologist;j a I :
clipping from, the lawn. Leav-j' harmless toj;I corms of Hopman's Glory or Federal farm programs administered and drop it in the mail. All .
ing the says earwigs are 4( I by the ASC county :
clippings on the lawn Spotlight variety for a splashof ballots are kept confidentialand I
humans and are not apt to:
will almost smother the grass! yellow. Add Valeria or San committee. In the case of no one but the 'voter will I;

to death. damage lawns. Souci i for red hues, and plant joint ownership of a farm or know how,he voted".AU ballots I i
Centipede lawns often take He says they are commonly woodpiles I Elizabeth the Queen for a ranch by two or more ind1v1d must be postmark-< prior tomidnight .
on a yellowish cast following ,under leaves and in other dash of lavender.For uals, each is an eligible voter. August 30 in order MI?
j feminine pink, select a Complete details on voting to be 'counter in the; tabular: :
-I plant material. They become few corms of Friendship, Spici eligibility are available at the tion for the election.' BallotS : ,
numerous in well kept '
I and Span, or Phantom Beau- ASCS county office. may also be- returned to the w :
NYIiilAig Earwigs are largely scavengers Mrs. Sapp urged all eligible, county ASCS office in ,
person day Wagon
feeding dead and decaying ty.Gladioli
I $
organic matter. They rarely thrive best in well- II I !: $89500
drained soil in a sunny loca- <-
damage plants.In
the event you find ear- tion.To SOUTHERN MARINE AND
prepare a bed for plant- .

you wigs can are try becoming chlordane a nuisance or tox-, ing, cultivate all weeds thoroughly and trash.and j OFFERS YOU .
aphene. Many of the earwigswill Mark off the rows in the i __' !erV. $$49500
survive the insecticide ap- planting bed perhaps to j ;.- b- -
plication. However, the feeling form a design that will add No. 53

that you are getting revenge additional beauty at blossoming i
will give you a moral victoryeven I time.

OF THE unwanted if the guests.earwigs remain as I, sandy In well-drained soil prepare a or two very orj, -$29500$ f

Watch out for army worms I I three inch trench for plant-

in the lawn. They can ruin I ing. On clay or organic soils j No.
grass in a hurry. Sevin or tox- place the corms at ground j
aphene will control this pestif i level and mound up the earth ;

used accorling to the manu- at least four inches over the I,
facturer's r e ommendations. "bulbs." | V.8 $
'q. $59500
DDT, an old stand-by chemi- Set the corms firmly into ,' :
cal,will kill the worms in some the soil four to six inches No. C681B

1 sections of the state.Annuals apart, in rows that are two' TELEVISIONS
AR to three feet apart. I!

Get ready for fall annuals. When planting is finished, "THE ONLY VISIABLY BETTER PICTURE : : "

Remember, most of-the choice i rake in a commercial fertiliz-' {
annuals are planted during er such as a 4-8-8 [NPK on'' 23" LOWBOY CONCERT E $$14500

August and September. the sides of the beds but not SYLVANIA TELEVISION SYL
For best results, University directly over the corms. j
Use about 2% pounds of'
ornamental,specialists recommend -
sowing the-seeds in a plant food per 100 feet of row. WITH

a flat. In, these ;shallow boxes:I Water the area to dissolve the ,II _- Halovision

you can control conditions I I i fertilizer. Big Bonded ; ? $39500I$

o I better than if you planted the :' By selecting varieties or E-' Real Buy!
planting alternate weeks, Picture I
seed in the flower garden. 'I
I it is possible to extend flowering Tube For
To insure disease-free seed-i i .z,
over a considerable period _

63- G" lings seeds, and purchase: plant them,disease-free in clean I I I While. awaiting' for the flow-j iI j I j Pleasant'VideAngle E l $$19500 J

4RAr soil. You 'can make"the soil I : ,
to show the
er spikes keep Viewing ;
free of most germs, weed seeds i I'I glads free of weeds. Skimmingthe .* gju 60 Watt -6 C667B

and soil pests by baking the soil with a small hoe is Corp.'t -
r earth' in an oven for an hour' the ('best way to defeat the' SPECIAL S 'S P I '

and a, half at'170 degrees. pest plants. Also, shallow cultivation -- G. ., .
Prior to planting, treat the i: causes less damage to I Sedan $69500$

seed to prevent decay. pre- i the roots.: j I II : Expert Television : ? _
emergence, damping-off and I University of Florida ExI I C718A .

r other ailments. It.takes only a I I periment Station horticulturists -''; I
couple of minutes to treat a say that glads on medium
/ package of seed. All you do is : soil need another application Come In Today! 3-Day Boat RigSPECIAL f

tear off a corner of the packet, I I of fertilizer about five weeks'' !, Ir. p0 !
toss in a small pinch of seed after planting. On very sandy The Very 14-Foot $89
J protectant through the openingand : soils the glads will grow bet- Wellcraft & White _

J mix it with the seed by ter if offered at least three ] 40 H.P. ,Engine C669A i

JV shaking the packet. Spergon, applications of plant food at;I Finest EquipmentCost Electric Starter ,
two-week intervals after Trailer T
Arasan and Semesan are a- plant- ,

mong the chemicals you may ing.Spread I Thar.
i choose to use for treating the fertilizer on'' FrL $$1169 I
both sides of the row about No More! 'Sat. $19500 ;
seeds.When I six inches from the plants' 1 _
the plants are about I ean C671A
and work into the soil surface'i,
two inches high in the flats,"
without harming the root SY5j :
transplant them to another
I tem. Water well after ferti- !
M'arine. &
box spacing them about two Southern
lizing to the fertilizer
inches apart. Before setting the carry Hardtop
plants in the garden harden into the root zone. I ? $$49500
To prevent diseases, pur- 412 E. Call St. Phone 964-4821 Clean C721B
chase only clean, bright corms. I
Small corms, one inch in diameter -
I are usually healthier
30-Gal. Dearborn than larger Dull, dark
J husks indicate old corms which' P Pick Up )
HOT WATER might carry diseases. j ? $109500
..,_ _
I If, in a lot of 100 corms, ,c : Put back the smiles e 22,000
_.: IOAA) there are more than two or .
three shriveled by rot, it's best I \ .
You're in the driver's seat- to make your bulb purchase j
at the big Ford.Sal -.Of-The- elsewhere.In :) r .-1 ,
warm weather keep an ; :
Year. Red white or blue- eye out for thrips and chew- I .( S :
Soft-Top or Hard-Tap-you ing insects. And for safety's !.. '
--- -
weekly dust of
sake apply a
name it, it's waiting for you
chlordane of dieldrin to con- .
now.! A Total PerformanceFord <" 'S %, trol the varmints. In makingthe I ) -, ,

applications follow the '.1 '
at the. year's lowest
manufacturers ire c t ions ,
Falcons Fairlanes a I 5' 5 it1 I Igill
carefully. I .
., ;. (
Super-Torque Fordsprovedfor : X.. ,'. a% '+F f .When blossoms begin to : j 5 ", W; Toi'wilogar
durability around the show, don't be too hasty cutting I .d : if' "
them for home- use. Allow f ". I ;
world. Get 'em while they're at least two flower florets
rAC x p' > to- fully before cutting ,I
hot-at your neighborhoodFord the open spikes. i in alluour miles : (

dealer's ___ _
Gladioli will last about a'
week in the home. For this ; TODAY i
long lasting beauty, keep the 'p ; When you decide- you'd better foil:; :
OFFICIAL vases clean and free of bacterial '
slime. Use one-quarter y flit; -Your a rowing Waste of gas andolt', I

.' i.. teaspoon of clorox or similar r II OFFER
bleach in the water to control .: I :';'; :-*An d you'reFinance fed up with squeak and

the bacteria. I at bank! 1
: J your new car our
'Also, change the water In
FORD the vase every third day and .o WEEKEND !
cut off an inch or more of COST ISi LOW; TERMS Wilt SUIT YOU: COME !

GLASS LINED the base of the stems at that'

I For additional information

ask your county agent for Cir-

CLEARAE ''110 YEAR WARRANTY cular 188, Gladioli for The

Home Gardener. I : :

TERMLLEGAR $55.00Compare BAPTIST HEILBROXN CHURCH I I u' '- _,. -',-- ,. '
: : ': :
Anywhere- Sunday School. 10 a. m. _, w- ,S ,-AN"K Af ,S EL *
MOTORSStarke S j Morning Worship: 11 a. m. ,
SLADEGAS Training Union. 7 pan. Eve- One of 31 Banks of the Florida

Fla. I I OF STARKE i. Meeting nine Worship.Wednesdays 8 pin.7:30 Prayer p.m.' Member F Deposit Insurance "-\\'e'L W'''''

Ii i _1' Rev. Charles Harvey, pastor. j
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y. .. :v: '. :-.!!'. "' STASH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUG. tZ, 1963 .,. I

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many cholera-free countriesrefuse !; f

''J. L;.. .,. ---_.. -. .. Farmer's to import pork produced C
Diary 'in the United States.

WcaMSfe ., ... .. I
'- --- -- "Committees have been setup ;
By Sam McGarvey IT'S ILLEGAL
in Florida's major swine-
.. ."' ..... t
producing counties to aid in
., ,-' .... older women drank too much
and went off to bed. The old- promoting the state-wide erad
er man also drank too ication drive ," concludes (
,ped Up Technical Training much
Plummer. "In the small I
and fell down
and slept
where they lay. The younger! communities contact your For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

Is Answer To High School Drop-outs men got, 'to fighting then,i county agent, your state or

and at, that time the writer!federal veterinarian or your
I. took off in. a hurry i j i further practicing information.veterinarian" for Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

The fact that teen-agers in Brad- tween 1965 and 1970. If they follow the Tobacco markets closed HogChera: The Name Is Registered

ford county are entering the labor pattern and leave school at the current Friday, and except for some WITH'Life .

force at an ever increasing rate adds rate, an additional 373 job openingswill very late maturing leaf, the Is Deadly '

I emphasis to the need voiced recently be needed for them within that season is over. One big prob- Read This Florida Law I .

., by School Superintendent H. P. Morganfor period. These 373-added to the 360 lem here is excess rainfall "Hog cholera, a deadly .

more 'vocational and technical who will be job-hunting! before 1965- during the growing season. As ,world-wide virus disease; costs

training' the ,high i school level.., must have the necessary vocational and one grower said, "I can use United States' hog producers

'The ,.rising number of teen-age job technical training to meet requirements I irrigation can't get to supply rid of water water, but resulting between year due$40 and to death$60 milliona losses .G If "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to

seekers reflect] the increase in 'young of: new; "space',age" industries if they from heavy rains." and money spent for vaccines engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de

people fritHin:the 14 to 19 age bracketthe are. to hope to find employment. and serum to fight_ it," reports fined. without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
'ones who were born during the The need for an expanded techni- Now farmers are busy with I tfr, Jsen Plummer.University -I
clerk of circuit
I I the court of the county where the principal place of business
I baby-boom years after World War' II. cal 'education program in Florida to haying, gathering corn, and of Florida Agricultural I
/I getting land ber- Is. with registration shall consist'of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit *
Many ,of these, according to Government bolster the state's economic growthand ready for Extension Service

reports are; dropping out of. ,potential recently voiced in a ries. Haying is a big gamble ian."Hog r.// signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

School t and, going fo work. Others are speech by Secretary of State Tom in this rainy season as the cholera restricts U. aft those interested in the business enterprise,, the extent' of the in
be and
., moving' into the labor force immediately Adams. one sun minute can and bright then in half hot pork exports to' about 69 million terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.

after finishing high school.l} ,Pointing out that every state in the an hour a storm comes racingin potential pounds foreign a year pork when market a' Said registration may not'be made until the person or persons desiringto

How to provide jobs for this nationwide nation is seeking new industry, the off the Gulf and drenches of twice this figure actaully IT'S A engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
flood of is noted that looks for the newly-cut hay.
teen-agers a prime secretary industry "
exists, he Some
I' says. foreign
; their intention to said fictitious least
register name at once a week for four
l the nation. It is of skilled labor
problem now facing an adequate supply as countries that import pork! '
intensified by the increase of automa- well as for available resources, good climate When you're mowing the have eradicated hog cholera I' (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper, as defined by law in the county

tion in ,industry which has ,abolished and other, favorable criteria. grass in your yard and come and therefore exclude United' where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be
to a lowcut stump, don't try
many of the unskilled jobs that once "We are failing to do what could to cut too close to it. Sam did States' pork 'because they, ',do ['ATLIFE accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof( of
were. available to those with little or and must be done with respect to adequate and he really tore up the how- not want any more of the disease such publication. ,

no education or technical training. programs in the field of techni- er, bent the blade and shaft. introduced.
Government figures show that in cal education," Adams said, noting Now he calls that his $15 "If a farmer suspects hog .
cholera in his herd, he should
I Bradford County alone, the number of that only two out of ten young people I stump and gives it a lot of report 'It
immediately to his
:youngsters who, wilt pave reached the will complete college and enter a re- room when. mowing.. veterinarian, his county agent, If are engaged in business under
you name
'14 to 19 year age group in the five- cognized profession. For every professional Alice got the daylights or to state or federal animal any
year period ending 'in 1965 will total person there is a need for 10 to ed out of her last week when disease control officials; emphasizes -

I 1,400. On the:: basis Qf recent experi- 15 technicians "to back him up." ''a bolt of lightning struck Plummer. "Prompt
ence, 25.7'per cent of them-or 360- Some of us like to think of our nearby, rattling the house and reporting of all outbreaks is @ other than your own, and have not had tin's name

will be looking fox: full-time or part- neighboring state on the north being making the power line swing essential in order to handle

time jobs before '1965.. behind Florida in many respects-but wildly. We were lucky though, the infected herd most effectively To be sure her
In some<<; areas of the country, an certainly not in vocational training. A as pump a neighbor burned up had and her telephone water tension, specialist the Agricultural points Ex-out home's always secure, properly,advertised and registered we will be
of recent article described a
even greater proportion teenagersare newspaper 'that ask your Gulf Life
knocked out by the blast. stressing the longer the
S cutting short their education, creating new $814,984 area vocational-technical source of the outbreak is unknown representative how .

an acute unemployment situa- training school at Valdosta, Ga., sched- Power company engineer the greater the chanceof glad to give all! Information
tion. Such drop-outs ,are finding" a uled for' opening September 3. Facili- told us that the danger of further spread of infection. Adapt-A-PIan can. you necessary as io

t minimum of joh opportunities and are ties offered include shops, classroomsand losing your water pump by "Prompt and accurate reporting payoff your mortgage.
forced into idleness that too often leadsto laboratories for practical nursing, lightning can be avoided if also'p points Progress -

petty or even: more serious crime. business training, machinist training, you make sure the pump is ," the veterinarian says. what you should do. ',

The unemployed drop-out is fast becoming radio and television repair, electronics, grounded properly. Accordingto "If it is not known''where, or : '
him, the well casing is a how outbreaks ,
automotive mechanics, diesel mechanics many cur 'Gulf.LIfe
a symbol? of tragic waste to the .
electrical perfect ground and will carry there is no way of judging the *" ** 4' I
: drafting technology, appliance ,
Presi ,
I nation.This was emphasized by off safely of I,
any surge power I effectiveness of eradication .. "
dent Kennedy in his State of the Union repair, and rapid reading.To on the line. measures." : "

message 'w'1 Ken he said: "The future of finance the school, city voters Cholera-sick pigs appear to BRADFORD COUNTY ;;, : ;

any country which is dependent on the approved a two-mill tax in a referen- The butcher bird Is well be sick "all over" The\first :

will.and r' of its citizens ,is dam- dum, and the county school board chip- named. A man who devoted a sign that a pig may have f. ---.'" 1-;.. ," -e. H : TELEGRAPH .: J
aged,* and irreparably damaged, whenever ped in two mills of its" school tax for a great deal of his, life to the I cholera is a rise in tempera- INSURANCE ,

,any-olits. children is not educatedto three-year period' with the money expected study of birds, once saw this" ture, to 105 degrees or higher. {I'} ; .'- ,
rem k blehlcid rit: butcher ';90MPPNV
the;fullest extent of his capacity, to raise. $250,000.; The State of bird attacked a batch of Signs'of sickness are a loss of : :

from grad,: ,school through graduat'eschool Georgia has' had foresight to provide tiny quail, killed them and appetite, gummed eyelids,'reddish _- -
," He added,that the high figure matching funds for vocational school then cut off their heads and or purplish discolorationof

for dropouts is a waste this nation can- construction, bringing the total to struck them on a barbed wire tude."cgs skin, '" and" a depressed. atti ., "
not afford.As $500,000. The remainder of the money fence. There the bird pro- Keep your enginecleanf where your car shines if yogi use RPM Motor a

'Siipt. Morgan said in a recent for,purchase of equipment will be bor- ceeded to peck away at the posed to infected cholera are with the or most ex- Oils. These deposit-free oils keep,moving parts, j .

talk before a local civic club, "A liberal rowed from the federal government, heads, and the man concluded important means of spreading [ too with so clean, so friction-free, you)can save.up to 1.
will be with federal it was eating the brains of gallon of gasoline in 8[Take choice
'arts:education isn't for everyone. This and some bought the dISease," reports Plummer. every your ; 4
viewpoint is strengthened by a recent grants. Operating 'expenses will come the, tiny quail.. "Observe quarantines both for RPM MOTOR OILS of two great oils-RPM Special and RPM Su- '

report njiade by Daniel Schreiber, director from both city and county boards.So This may sound like a "tall the. safety' of your 'own herd preme. Both have the new ashless detergentthat
of''Project: School Dropouts, far as we know, there is no pro- tale," but the man watched it and thVsafety of your neigh- Everybody likes to see a car that's mirror-clean. keeps your engine young. So stop at Stand \

sponsored by the National Education vision for state matching funds in happen over a period of two bors'? ," .warns the y. terinarian.The What you can't see is important,too-those hot, ard..where we take better care of your car.

Association.i "To my mind," he said, Florida for vocational and technical hours, and he had the patience initial reportings of the / hardworking parts inside your engine! That's STANDARD OIL COMPANY' (KENTUCKY)

"the greatest factor in school dropoutsis training at the high school level. In to'stay hidden during all that presence of hog cholera came ."'- .... ..... *+ ? ti.i .
from southern Ohio in 1833.
reading. ,r ,ardation. Study after spite ,of this fact, ,however, every pos- time. He studied birds wonderful all his Prom Ohio, it subsequently
life, and had
{ a
study Ha?'s.hown that-the average drop- sibility of local, state, and federal aid collection of birds eggs, including spread to every state in the
out is"t Iwo or more years behind in should be explored to provide a stepped some of humming- United States where swine are

reading. I suggest that we must takea up program of vocational and technical birds', which indicentally were raised and to many foreign

good hard look; at the way reading is training in high schools here for those about the size of a Navy bean countries.: .

taught to the culturally different." who will not or can not go on for pro- The fact that the United i v i" X S.afr.
Along with some other noted edu- fessional training. That such a program This week we read theTravels States is living with hog cholera s y/ 1 n .

cators, Mr. Schreiber urges revisingthe would go a long way toward keeping of John Bartram and means that our hog raisers f
curriculum-even "revolutionizing"it. potential drop-outs from leaving school learned that he and his illus- are losing, millions of dollars
trious son William came very each year- because of swine
This would mean less emphasis on goes without saying.A close to Bradford County in killed by cholera, because, of y J+
set standards of achievement for all glimmer of hope has come from 1765. They explored Black money spent for vaccines ,and r Y: r4,

and, instead, programs that permit the Congress where the House of Repre- Creek [called by the English serum: to fight it, and because
student to achieve learning satisfac- sentatives has just passed H. R. 4955 "White River"] up to the :' / 1 : :

tion according to his own ability. Voca- which, would provide funds to present site of Middleburg, w ,
tional' and technical training for to- strengthen and improve the quality of where they found a trading

day's ,labor market \would be included. vocational education in the public post, and then traveled over SO POTENT .

l Figures compiled! by the Depart- schools. The bill now awaits Senate ac both the Black north Creek.and south +Mri
ment of'" ,Commerce and the Depart- tion. It was supported in the House by prongs New BcolT SCTMrrteitly s d

ment of Labor shoW that in the U. S. Congressman Billy Matthews who said, that time s this sAt section -.i..Iaed U her Ifityti ; v

as a whole, 23.5 per cent of the teenage "In my opinion the answer to many of through here was Indian Ter- lor time,.* u MmoH potent fe.u k' xTi

group are, found> in the labor force our Nation's economic and social prob- ritory and most of the settle- .nli....", l.e".oa.ernes. m 9 :
by the time 'they reach 19. The ratioin lems lies in more intensive programsof ments were near St. Augus- duly Only icctlcJ KVCO.dropt Sf/
the South Atlantic States is 30.7 vocational education." ine or on both sides of the

and, in Florida, is 27.3 cent. The St. Johns. There undoubtedlywere #
per If anything, vocational training pre- HORMONE A:4'
Indian villages in Brad- :
problem will become'even mere severe sents an even greater need in the Ne- [ '' lrr. I '
at the time -
ford County probably
in the next five years. Fully 24 'per gro schools, where the drop-out rate is along New River at SERUM '

cent of the nation's 4.1 million unemployed higher than among whites. Thoughtful Worthington Springs, or over a : ,rfi i

are teen-agers: the Labor De- leaders of both races realize that near Brookerl], but the Indians Look YoungerFeel xy, X'3 e ry'yNf

partment reports. Two million teenagers Negro youths must obtain better train- moved frequently as they lived Younger !
now looking for jobs the
principally on
country likeIi.won't find them. ing to help raise the economic level of o 4 Fader Away D".Uil WIIU"

In, Bradford County, the number of Negroes and thus contribute more Although we have no proof, \muias new HORMONEX BEAUTY : yr, ,
-ERUM lIO poteat..7 drops duly
youngsters in the 14 to 19 year bracket toward raising the general economic we think that during the wrinkles. Wbea smoothed i" Py s. a
will amount to 1,448. in the years be- level of their section of the South. time England owned Florida on skis supplies maximum duly allotncoi y g:75 :
1763-17831], some hardy sett- ef female hormone-hormone : !
lers came to this section and itectuuj to youthfulneti of practically
aU.female organ*.' Heavy witk
settled, and that they remained -
penetrating Sesame Oil .d moltturiziag -
I until the Indians rose' up lanolin. Slim fats! softer N. .g:
around 1814 and drove all the smoother freshet almost inaUadr. :
whites from here. But they Acu M quickly kcauo b', alnwt S
times u poworfj M tUadord Lor-, a
came back after the Treatyof y' 1
-33,000 LU. OtIAce "
mont cream per
Moultrie Creek. 1823 when It* ecoa mka\ loo- the Indians were moved to a say. \ z :
4 the south of Ocala.o 130 BAT sum Use it at sight Joe- '
ESTABLISHED 1879 foro retiring-loo*lot. tnuzrng mulls
t' > i.the momiaf,or-try it a*a"y1lia1r
The life was grim then, ,
E. L. MATTHEWS. EDITOR> AND PuIL.IIHDFL.ORIDA' base it'.( grant ud grease.
but they had their fun too. leas,tool! So, lot t fresher Wtghter.
outer WanT NCWSFAFCT. PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY One writer in 1837 describesa j prJooU.i'compl: io.Cd a bot
11 UNOM THE SAUK MASTHEAD typical party a "long-rolling tie of HORMONEX BEAUTY SERUM d
quilting and dancing iJy.0ly use pin tu. 200 Day
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTMEB Ac SECOND. CLASS MATTE AT THRIOSTOFFIct frolic. He said a big meal of Supply oily 16.00 plus tax.Oa tale at
: AT STAMKC.: FLA. UNDER ACT 0, 'MARCH a. 1$71IN and servedat Toiletry Couaten. Department Stoics
pork cabbage was
aad Dro'j Stores eferyirkort, -
TRADE AREA ONE TEAR;&50 . SIX MONTHS $2.00 the end of the working ,
day. and then fiddler got rt
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was plentiful, and' that the -

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S in North Carolina where they, honor. Those present were I ment after working for the

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS : MELROSE: visited' relatives and friends: j i Mrs. Maxine Seigler of PaI -. State for 35 .yethiIe; is now

Mr. and Mrs. Archie Yoe- '' tka; Mrs. Janie Fogle and i"making :his 'hoiaef. iith ,his

Bj Mary 'K.'Schacffer By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer man and daughter, Jeannie, Miss Linda Strickland, Flora- : son and family, Mr. and Mrs.

have returned after .a vaca: home,'Mesdames Ruth Gornto.I|I Richard Brockman. in Lake

IAALAAAAAhAAAAAALAAAAAAAkpjAAAkAiiAitAAA1A1Mr. I ryTyVyTyyyyyyyyyyyyyThe tion during which they 'at- j, Jackie Xveeks, Kay Tanner,'! City.. He is visiting hlsTnoth-

: Y 4'I Melrose Woman's Club, tended a birthday party for ,;' Maria Hut son. Sop h 18 er. Mrs. Ethel Brockman. here

Tillis Dies In Sleep i ploye of the DuPont Company. I sponsored a benefit bridge \ his uncle, Jack Grimes, in' Schneble, Charleyene Brant- j in Grandin for a couple of

The body of Rhett Armln- Rules For Ambulance Ute I I Ir'Y arty Thursday, Aug. 22, to! Lyons. Ga.. toured Yellowstone ley, and Susie Gornto, and,I weeks. Mrs. Brockman returned -

ious Tillis, who died in his Given To Firemen tell: defray the expense of-the National Park in Wyoming; I Misses Vickie and "Kathy home'fr m ?alatka on Saturday -

sleep. was discovered by his The Keystone Heights Vol- lir-conditioning system which'-j and Disneyland in California. Gornto,of'Grandin.1r. where she was patient

niece Miss Gladys Tillis, on unteer Fire Department met eras installed at the club Lt. Col. and Mrs.-Edwin R. and Mrs. O. C. ,Hagyof at the Glendale Hospital.

Sunday afternoon, Aug. 18, Aug. 6 with 22 members pres- louse earlier ,this year. Simmons and children are Indiana have moved to the Mr. and Mrs. Bob .Smith of

when she stopped at his homeon ent and president Charlie Tol- j :*U W : { Winners of the Melrose Duplicate visiting "his parents, Mr./'and ] Bro kman cottage. "Mr -Hagyis Jacksonville spent :'a couple'of

Pointview Road to ask why ford presiding. Bridge Club for last Mrs. R. F: Simmons, 'after I working at the pulp mill in days with Mrs. caihe Kye'and

he hadn't called at her par- Chief Everett Fox reportedthe ttSExpert week, ;.Include the 'following: i speriBing' over three ye rs 'in 1 Palatka. Mrs., Vfra'Herring bff Friday

ents' and her home during following fires in July: Mrs. ,Darrel-Collins -and 'Mrs. Germany with the service. I Mr. 'and Mrs. William Bal- night Mr.. arfet Mrs. Harris'Herringr

the weekend.Mr. L. V. Williamson's tool shed. John Foster, 'first place: Mrs. TMrs.: Nell 'Rou dtree 'Visited j I lard6f 'Floraliom -''are 'Visiting fof Palatka! came 'out

Tillis had been the July 7; Walt Thomas, gas can (LouiSfe Lbgsdon and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Bill 'Roundtree I relatives 'In Alabama. Then i and they'had:fe family.supper.

school custodian prior to his and blankets July 8; Mr. Uaxson, second place; Mrs. I and children in'Cocoa-itcentI they are moving 'to Charles Mr. and Mr Walter McCall

death, and he was loved by i Proms, brush fire, July 13. Roland Bryan and Mrs. W.'H.' y. Sharon and Stephen ton. S. C. to live., -Jacksonville spent Sundayat

the student body and faculty The resignation of Joe Dey Davie..rtIed 'for 'third.T>lace: Roundtree returned with their Mrs. Annie Sikes Is a -patient their trailer on the

alike.A was accepted with regret. Vvith'Mrsi Mary Cobk''and Miss grandmother' for a visit here. in Doctor's'Hospital in Interlacne'n'road. They went

widower of several years. Letters were read from Tom- lva'!Hillyer. Kay and Chris Lee"of: Neptune Starke. i by 'StarkV to' sle'irs; Arihie

he had no children, and, his my Millican, assistant managerof On Poisonous Snakes. 'Mr. 'fcrid Mrs. R. T. ''Sim Beach spent 'last' week- Eugene,"Hutsontot.k Fayetteville -i Sikes In the h sPital: 'Edward

closest relatives were a brother. -' Clay Electric, concerningthe i \ mons:have: returned 'home after end with'Mr.'and'MrsCharl N. 'c. was visiting Mr: "Varnes 'also visited Mrs. Sikes

R. U. Tillis of Keystone handling of fire alarms; Heard By Keystone Safety 'LeadersInstruction ,spending several 'weeks Perry and children and other and 'Mrs. 'E. J.TIutson on 'on Saturday '

Heights, and his niece, Miss and from Secretary of State 'with relatives and friends in rel t1ves. Saturday.Mr. !Richard and 6tlsBrockman

Gladys Tills Keystone's post- Tom Adams in regard to the Bridgeport-' 'Conn., Rochester: Misses Becky and -Adonna and'Mrs. Oscar Halter- of take CIt'lsIted'Mrs.2thel

master, the daughter of R. U, monies for volunteer fire departments in the identifica < Mrs. William Beam Mrs. ':fense and Rescue Unit, Shel- 'N. Y.. Maryland and 'North Munis recently returned from son of 'Florahome left 'Saturday Brockman in Glendale ,Hospital

Mr. Tillis moved to Key in Clay Countya tion and first aid treatment of| Richard Lovorn, and Trooper'! :lie Downs Jr., reptile' collector Carolina. Continued on Page 181 for Pittsburg, Ta.'to visittheir on .Wednesday.

stone from Sebastian. Fla. 'new la.w.Motions. poisonous snakes was given in E. L. Jones Jr., Florida Highway of Micanopy who instructedthe "Mrs.. Lester Gray visited daughter and family. :2rotinHerring of Gainesville

when he retired after 25 yearson were made and carried Keystone Heights recently;j Patrol who are prospec- class; Herbert Driggers, sister-in-law: -fYYYYTYYTTYYYTYYYTYTYTGRANBIN--- .,,_ __..I ..r__ 'r'r___ &___ t.. .. +, ""'"lJ' 111.11.. ff'. ttnt
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the railroad. He would to place Henry Hall on under sponsorship of the Clay j tive instructors for first aid Florida (Forest Service; Tom Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roundtree,,: Weldon Brantley is a lot surgery on his ankle.' He Is.

have been 72 in December. the inactive list, and to pur- County Civil Defense Rescue I'!' training. my Pellicer, Gold HeadBranch last %eek.rMrs. better after quite a time with at home now.

Graveside services and Masonic chase a 24,000 BTU air conditioner Unit and the Keystone Heights! Pictured in photo, are list State Park. 'Nell Regan and Mrs his feet. He was 'out'to' On Saturday afternoon Noel

'4-. Rites were held at the from Redfearns, Appliances -. Volunteer Fire Department. i row. [Il-rl] Mrs. Lovorn. leader I 2nd row [1-r]:'Charles Tol- Dock L. Tison 'and children. By ,Cliarleyene Brantley church 'on :Sunday and -walk- KiiklanfRs'puttIng( a window
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Hawthorne Cemetery at 3 p. at a cost of $393. It Standard and advanced first; I of Girl Scout Troop 109; Bar- ford, president :Keystone 'Vol recently spent a 'day at Crescent Ing'around in his' >asture the down during' 'a storm. 'Some-
\ m. on Wednesday afternoon, was also noted that the de- aid classes are being conducted ry Wyman, Scoutmaster Boy unteer Fire Dept.; William 'Beach.Mr. \. ..A.&AA.A&A... &A. other day. howe j
Aug. 21.PrePlanning. parment has been given a by Richard H. Weghorst, Scout Troop 105; Everett Fox, Jackman Fresh Water 'Fish and Mrs. 'G. B. Wynr 'On :Saturday night Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. 'J. Alder his wrist! and had to have about *

Session one-ton air conditioned by first aid and safety officer.I chief Volunteer Fire Department & Game Commission;'Trooper' 'visited his brother-in-law anc I Barbara Seigler was the guestof man, and Mrs. Lorene Clay a dozen stitches. He Is
Starts On Sad Note Max Mooneyham and Toby Jones. FHP; Mr.Weghorst; W. at and of days getting along fair.
Red Cross Chance sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugi'Sapp I honor at a stork shower son spent a couple
Alachua County ; Ray Clay, '
I L. Varnes, and! William Meek,
The faculty of the Keystone Jackson will install it. MCOlave,1Agnes i : last Sunday. the home of Mrs. Susie Gorn- last week at Sanibel Islani, '
Charlie McGlave announce-i assisted by Charles [ County director of Civil De- Gold Head Branch State Park "
Heights School met for their Walter Addison, who is em. to in' Grandin. Games wert down by Fort Myers. PABAJ 'BAPTIST CHURCH

pre-planning sessions on Mon- the following basic rules to and Durlie Sims of Mr and Mrs. John Himble Springs in the class of 1962. ployed at Cocoa, spent thi played and prizes won by,Mrs. The Church of God at Flora- GRAND, FLA

day morning. Aug. 19. but the follow in using the ambulance: Madison, who have been guestsof I were members of Dr. Krue-1 Her husband was -a member weekend with his family here. Barbara Seigler and Miss home had its Vacation Bible

occasion was saddened by the 1. Only a member of the the Tolles' during day i ger's Lutheran Church. of the' Class of 1963 at' 'Key- Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon 'Kelley -. Kathy Gomto. Gifts"were Under School ,commencement Friday Rev."Paul 1'ri.i1s,'"Pistol

recent death of their esteemed Fire Department is to drive camp.A Community Church members stone Heights High School Samuel Kelley, and Mr'. -a pink and 'white umbrella) night. The average"attendance Sunday School ID 'a.m.

custodian.Mr. the ambulance. That member highlight of the two week have enjoyed these fins having been In the 'service and Mrs. Bunyon Kelley, Jr'. with a doll in ra doll bed in was around '50. They had a' Morning Worship- 11 s.mTrath1ing

Knuth is planning a must be accompanied by a program was an overnight members of the clergy this prior to his senior year. I I attended the Kelley family re- the center. Refreshments rwere very good Bible School The Jnion, 7:00' p. m.

"Meet the Faculty Night" for trained first aid member or camp made by the girls in summer, and look forward to They are residing at the unionin Hart Springs 1 cake' Imade in the (shape bf program was well attended by Evening, (Service, 8:00: p. m.

this year, as he did last year. a doctor when transporting a the two older units. Girls and their filling the pulpit so Flakes home on Silver'Lake. August. a'baby bed] ice cream- cokes! 'I the parents and friends Hour, ',Ot._ ? wer, Wednesday

It will be held at the Clay patient. leaders participating were Les- Belated Birth, Announcement Mr.and Mrs.-Eugene Tren t and mints. Many nice gifts Otis Brockman has retired night 8oj.'p.: m.

Electric conference room Wed 2. Radio is to be in use onlyas lie Beam, Charmian Float, ably.The president, Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Riv- and daughter of Portsmouth 1- tI

nesday, Aug. 28. at 8 p.m. necessary, as it Is on the Deborah and Nancy Kings- Walz announces the first ers are the parents of a daughter Ohio were recent guests of hi "

I Meanwhile, Coach Spradleyand sheriff's frequency. bury, Elaine Lovorn, Wilma Fall Executive Board Meetingof ,Lorrieann, 'born July 29, parents Mr. and 'Mrs. MelviJ :KEYSTfJN! HEIGHTS "MELROSE"$ ,
his Indians are having 3. Log in the glove compart- Thies, Ann Triest, Marcia Bo- the Women of the Community at.Alachua. County ,Hospital. Trent. ..

football practice at 6 o'clock ment must be kept on opera- ree, Joan Kuykendall Pat Church on Friday, Mrs.,.Rivers is the former Cora Mrs. 'Thomas F. Chamble

every morning, and often in tion of the ambulance. Wrinkle Deborah Hawes, Kerr Sept. 6, 9:30: ajn., at the educational Pisano 'of Gainesville. and children of Atlanta, Ga :
the evenings. So KHS should 4. Also In glove compartment building. They will Personals DIRECTORY
y Shackleford, Stephanie spent last week with/her 'par BUSINESS I
have a pretty good team this is form that must be Shaughnessy, Agnes Sims I make plans for the first fall Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner ents Mr. and Mrs. Gran : .
filled and mailed to DeWitt __ ,
year. i Karen Williams. Mrs. Kings- evening meeting of the Church and children enjoyed a vaca- Rothh mmer, brother and sis- --

RETRACTION C. Jones for his billing for use bury, Mrs. Lovorn, and Mrs. .Women on Monday, Sept. 9, at tion at Daytona Beach several ter-' >law, Mr and Mr!;i. APPLIANCES j GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTSTHE .

Ed Hussey has advised this of ambulance. Tolles. 8..p.m. weeks,'ago.Highlight of Glynn': R Rothhammer and fam; ,....'"

correspondent the article appearing .,,\5. DriYer liable for ,any accident Guest Night was held -at News From St. William's the vacation was spentat fly .and sister, Carol Roth: T V Service Center ,

, in this column last if speed limit Is exceeded. the camp located on the Lov- Sunday, Aug. 11, was the Six:Gun Territory near Silver hammer. Plants Keystone "IightiReStauraflt

: week did not convey his true orn property on Silver Lake day that Father Connie Springs.Mr. :Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Hoo''! 'J. R. TIDES, ProprietorAuthorized

; meaning. At present he Is 6. Extra linens for stretcher j i last Thursday night. A pro- Dougherty said Mass for the and Mrs. Robert ,Lam- and children spent the wee:It Motorola PhEico 'S G&rden'Supplles and

,7 building a home-built airplaneand are in the office. gram featuring waterfront activities last time as our Pastor. This bert and children spent the with his parents, Dr. and Mr.;. Sales and ;Service Furniture W. ):. Flakes! Owner-lTjT.

intends to use it as a Chief Fox complimented and singing'was held past Saturday he 'was due at weekend with Mrs. Lambert's 'Cecil R. Hook. Service On AU Makes Duralite I'and DuPont Specializing In

Civil Air Patrol plane in this McGlave on operation of the at the lakeside followed by Bradenton, where he will bathe parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Chrles Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brit,- TV RADIO STEREO Paints Blue rlateswtt.ta '
area. Any teen-age boy that ambulance and noted there a Court of Awards. -The girls pastor at St. Joseph's Wallenius. The Lamberts,who '
Fmh VegttsSl* t
had been favorable commentsfrom Church live in Atlanta 'f Work Guaranteed-TV'Re-ntals 0 Wallpapers Painter's.
would be Interested in the and their guests then returnedto a larger parish now" are rm- -
,and family tiOLD: BEEROpen
CAP is at liberty to contact grateful towns people Mockingbird Hill their where he will be blessed with er Keystoners.Their daughter, Keystone Heights,. 473-4651 Supplies (, i
Mr. Hussey and he is willing also. four assistants. While in our Helen, who has been with her Miss Anna McCullough c J if From 6:09 Ail. Tfll-tAt
campsite for Color Cere-
a \White Feather Court left las
to help them in the designingand Canoe Trip EnjoyedBy and Circle area, Father Connie had to grandparents all summer, returned AUTO SERVICE the stopllte Keystone Hgts.
mony Friendship Saturday by train for a vis! Zike'sDecorating !
Mother-Daughter Campers "spread himself thin" of home withher
mechanical field that goes necessity -i family .
bringing to a happy conclu- wih her niece and husbanc '
along with building an experimental Two canoes with three mothers sion the third of Girl over ,the entire parish, I On 'Sunday, Mr and Mrs. R. : Terrell'sGulf
year Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Fother
aircraft.Lt. as guests and four which Included St.. Edward'sin B. Bateman'of Ocala and.their Shop Lake Brooklyn
Scout Day Camping in Key- .
gill of Patuxent River Md.
Col. Livingston daughters paddlers madea Starke, "'William's in two children, .friends of longstanding ServiceNew RestaurantSTEAKS I
stone Heights. The Color
Mrs: William Reynolds Bi 11 Keystone Heights.PHONE
Active 12 mile canoe trip down Keystone St. Dismus at the visited a[ the Wallenius .' ..
Completes Duty Guard was composed of the Reynolds Jr., Mrs. Reynold:SI & Used Tires ,;,-' CHOPS
Juniper Run from Juniper State Prison, and St. Mary'sat home.
Army Reserve Lt. Col. Gayc. .. Eagles, a group of girls electedby grandson Ralph Thomas Jr,., From $3.00 Up All Sizes : 475-5881 ; t ts
springs on Friday. The mothers Macclenny. He also was Rev.. and Mrs.. Norman W. SPECIALIZING IN 1
Livingston Jr. recently all members of the staff the units as representatives Chaplain of Camp St. John.We Walz and three sons of and a friend left Tuesda:7, Lubrication Batteries Acces.I. FO:6D .
completed two weeks of an- to the Camp Council. Eag- Aug. 20, for Highlands N. C I., E'A .
of Camp Hi-lo-pe-wa. the Key- wish well in this new un- Wharton, N,. J. have been OPEN 7 A.' M. 7:30 P. M. "
nual active duty training at les were Laurie Beam and where they will visit with MJ 'ORDERS TO GO -
stone Girl Scout Day Camp dertaking, and hope he will guests of Rev. Waltz' 'parents, Keystone' Heights, 473-4279 INSURANCE[
the Durlie Sims from the Quail and 'Mrs.
Quartermaster Center and their daughters, all hold- come back to see us now and Mr. and ::Mrs. William Walz. 'Ralph Thomas, c J 1-4 }{L N. of Stbplit
Port Lee Va. He is regularly Unit, Kerry Shackleford and Gainesville who have a cottag 0
ers of the Canoeing Badge, then. of Lake Brooklyn 'for two AUTO STORE Keystone IleilbI.Beildier's .
assigned commander of the Stephanie Shaughnessy from there:
as were as follows: Mrs. John Inheriting Father Connie's weeks. Rev. Walz] Is the pastor I I ,
499th Quartermaster Bn. In the Woodpecker Unit, and Les- The William,-Ireland famil
Kingsbury and daughters," job is Father Thomas Patrick i :of 'St. John's Methodist r Western Auto Murrhee Insurance i
Jacksonville.Col. lie Beam and Nancy Kings- 'of Atlanta, Ga., who'were vacationing -
Deborah and Nancy; Mrs. Kelley who has been an assistant Churc bin Wharton, 'N. J. \
Gay graduated from I bury frora the Egret Unit. at Ponte Vedn L L. Associate Store Holiday Inn 1
Richard Lovorn and daughter, priest In Orlando. In We are sorry to hear that
high school in Pittsburgh, Pa., Elaine; and Mrs. William OES Plans Supper order to facilitate matters on 'little Cindy Scales, daughterof 'came over to visit ''the' Wil- f Appliances-Major or Small Restaurant'FonI1y '

and received his bachelor's degree Beam and daughter, Leslie. Honoring Founder Sunday mornings, Father Kelley -I Mr. and Mrs.'Bill Scales. Is ,liam Reynolds family one. da:y Auto Accessories, Tires,
from the University of Keystone Heights Chapter will hear still : last week and 'to tryout ou r Insurance -p
They were accompanied to Confessions on a pretty sick little glrl at Batteries. .
Michigan at Ann Arbor In 279 OES Worthy Matron I Saturday Alachua !;n1ce Keystone fGolf Course. f* Lswrende's Dln&teCOMPLETELY !
Juniper Springs by Mrs. Fre- afternoons at St.William's. General Hospital in Sporting Goods, Bicycles.
1936. He is a member of Sigma mont W. Tolles, director of Phyllis Hussey announces the It is hoped that lo- ,Gainesville.The Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Charles Gie,- S Hardware, Paints, Garden Fire,- Casualty- ,B n4t 'fcEMODELKD

\ Nu fraternity, and an em- the camp, and her two nieces,j I Covered Dish Supper on Tues. cal people will take advantage' Keystone School cafeteria !'senburg and two children o f' Supplies. Allied tines 'OPEN 7 'DAYS TVEEKLYTFull
I; day, Aug. 27, for the members of this new time- from 4 to staff including Florence Houst n, Texas, spent severa 1 KEYSTONElJEICHTS Dinners -,Lfloche* -
II I and their friends in cele- "' ''days in Keystone Heights las t '{ ,
Italian Foeflf
I S p. m., and not make the Forth, Dorothy Martin, and I Keystone Heights.TeL-478-4285 Ala Carte -
brating the birthday of its I 'week| with Mr.'and Mrs. Wil,. Electrical 1 'Block North'at. Red light
line Bobble Contractors .
so long on Sunday Turner, as well as Mrs. '
founder, Robert Morris. Serv- morn-j 'liam Reynolds and family. I I HZIOH'T8
I ings. Father Kelley his Juanita Glisson, supervisor,. I I
ing will be at 6:30 in the Masonic i 'Estreffitas plan. Supper Jackson Electric '!
first Co.
Mass on Sunday morning enjoyed a cook-out and swim? r'
: Hall. A gentle reminder: 'The Estrellita Chfl will nav< f(MILLWORK
; Aug. 18. ming party last 'week at the f I I ELECTRICAL CXJNTBACTOB'House ,REAL ESTATE. ,
Members please provide plen- a chicken barbecue :
On Saturday, Aug. 17 Mr. home of Mrs. Bertha Jones : supper'or Wiring, Electric Range '
tifully for the family and and Mrs. L. R. Brault and who has a lovely 'place on [Saturday' 'Aug.. 24. from 5:3() and Water Heater Repairs .. fc. J. P O'Connor*
"SO i friends. This is the Chapter's: Lake ito' 7:30 i>.m. at the 'MasontHall. <., -
$ iI'THATS daughter, and George Schaefer Geneva.On General Electric. Repair WorK
; Summer get-together In preparation | Adults, $1.25; children Keystone HEALTO
and a
for resuming FaU son were part of a caravan Friday, Aug. 9, Thomas :.75 cents. Call "I' bY" For AU Your .
of Fr. Dougherty's par- 'Aiken of Atlanta came to visit '"Electrical ''Needs

and first Winter meeting chapter of the meetings.The Chap-. ishoners who helped him!Jiis 'uncle and aunt, Mr. and ST. ANNPS EPISCOPAL Keystone :freights. Pb': '4737S Millwork Shop, MORTGAGES: ;. ''lFUftALS
move his worldly goods to Mrs. E. F. Aiken. on Lake Keystone IfeTghfa'Tel." 7SU9T
ter will be held Tuesday Oct. CHURCH
Bradenton. The group enjoy Geneva. He will return home FARM SUPPLIES CABINETS -. POOS* .
A BIKINI?" 1, at 8 p.m. Officers of the
ed seeing the church where ,this, week with his Aunt Ves- SlimmerSchedule '
Chapter will +L
assist at the Winifred
f S* Robert Morris dinner. Father will serve his next as- ta who will visit !friends and (service each Sunday morning,: C.. & -L. Feed Co. -

; signment. relatives 1n 'Atlanta.- Her I''First Sunday, Holy Eucharist, ;CftAWF6KDfc ,
Chapter members I
are happyto C. BURKHALT231 JR. TfmMat'
know Tickets are out for the Ham j daughter Angela will accomp- 9:30: -s. 1Il. Other Sundays, ; '
that Miss Barbara I T&ai EateU: SrttirUko
Supper which will be held as any her too. While In Georgia, i:Morning Prayer and Sermon'j Is FEEDS I&Ih Hft4 n Orte. *
Southwell Is at home after '
; 'Acm1'F&K&e r.
lengthy illness at St. Vincent'sHospital usual on Labor day weekend" Vesta will attend her high bally offices, 8:30: am- and l 'FERTIT.l7.F.1tS Keystone Heights 473-4281 Properties
In Jacksonville. She Saturday, Aug. 31. This year, school class reunion at Car-i 5::00'p.m. FARMERS ''ThtmJ1vALEEarleten --, Bis&tti 1 '- fcty

I the supper will be held at the I rolton, Ga Holynthar1st] 'Wednesday Homes .MItIla"WI )
appreciates visitors now. While! j i
Barbara gained several pounds I I Masonic Hall, from 5 to 7:30 I On Tuesday Aug. 13, Mr. 10 &.m. TeL Slelrose GR 5-5165 NURSERY Take A Personal loitrtdIn

Mother Florence lost several j p.m. Tickets will be $1.25 for and Mrs. .Fred and all their Your RoquirUc 1

Mothers have a way of giving adults; 75c for children under five children drove to Mur- FIRST BAPTIST Midway: Ktyitoas KtfgirtaHlvrty .

She's pretty-and > clever, too! She their all to their children, and 12. freesboro, Ttnn. .to attend a KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIST Nursery Stock Thousands Of Il4olrc11c !

the trips and the vigilance and PTA Executive Board Sword-of-the.-rd Bible Conference J. I?. Smith, pastor, TttlpTi
Edna Williams Plants & Fruit Trees To 2l-.Op i ady,
the mother love brought Bar- President William 'Wolf of at the Bill Rice 'Copeland.! Minister of'Music :
saves time and steps by using the drivein bara home smiling and gaining the Keystone Heights PTA f Ranch. 'They'returned home knd church organist.' FLORLST-NUESEIT Choose From. Nice Shade Treea.1 I ',5U1FM -1

slowly. has called an executive Board i[ Saturday, the 17th. As per Services: 'Sund&y School) PLOW"IRa"!: Evergreens & T..."

service at the Keystone State Bank., Community Church News I Meeting for Friday, Aug. 23, at ,t directions they took their own I) b:43' ... m. Morning "Worship.. for All Oceastom Plants. :An'&fjCoataicen) i Plant! .: Kay, ealtori

On August 18 and 25, Rep..i.: 8 pjn_ in the Clay Co-op. An :, bedding, and the first night iI j 1 0:50: a. :m. 'Training Union tfeh-os_ Pho e'QB 'S-2331 Anytime. "Bee 'OurPbfoti For JU! Lots take Lilly ''-soo.'
James Keeler student officers and committee chair they nearly froze o death.! 700 p. m. Evening serrteei :
pastor] Terms Ifl Lots $ifruS2775. 'Ia.k 8 .
You try i it-t 00. '.- "!"'"-_.7 ; at Tallahassee will be guest i men will please be present. I The following day, they movedl Sl)0) p. m. :-Ton are invited'to' GARAGES Quality Let; Us Do Your Tefas larett&At, : tract

preacher at the 10 turnSun- j Wedding Interest Into a motel where they were]": share 'f aoflj Prayer time vitk HILL'S GARAGE. Landscaping.i large enough 'for serenl Iota .

day Worship Service, Rev. i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Payton !i more comfortable. Some of mt i i access to wide taady fegadk.Use .
Keeler is the grandson of the announce the marriage of : have forfotten what i is I Ito .' C MSflNIfr'CliujE u PJUNTCra! A BODY'TTOKKElectrte ''0.C. Carnes Nursery fQf recreation while held
I ,sleep under 'blanket! we "KEYSTONE 'HEIGHTS and AcetyleneWelding '1
[, pastor. Rev. A. C. Holt and: their daughter, Lavon. to William -' a ,' .lag for4nre tmefit.-E-Z'TenaK.'
Mrs. Holt, who are vacationj j Flakes i can only sleep under a fan! U IlL East -Of 'Starke On
: Jr. of Keystone Sunday' School. 9 'Radiator i 2 BS CB faralaheft' cofta p ea
ing in Montreat, N. C. 1 I Mr. aM Mrs. 'Oeorge'1dasaand > a. "Repairs1J24HB.
41L4MEMR I i re-I Morning, 10 am. during Au- WRECKER SERVICE Hwy .100 At 'Fiardbd&e. beautiful lAke lIB IihH4a i
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Tampa they-visited-Mrs Mas-j Morning'Wor 473-4465, NIle 473-4109'7'to'"l ".. "hi. '-man
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IT,vmmyyyVvvIrvyyvy Taylor Ernest and Edward I with them for a few days visit. Norman and children, Mrs. turning home Saturday "., Presbyterian Church I II I METHODIST CHUECI At The Tabernacle

Addison, and Miss Wanda Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Taylor Bessie Sapp and Tommy Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones 1 MELROSE I

RA1FORDMr. of Wabasso Allen Taylor of Ocala were Saturday Hahn enjoyed an outing at Jr. and.'children left.::Monday. H. Walton Grady, MinisterI MELROSEContinued Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith Dr; John Margine of Jacksonville

and Alvin and J. D. Grif- guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Silver Springs Tuesday.T. for a vacation in. the Smoky brought the
Pastor messagat
A&.A A LiLA fis.Mr. Dennison and Mr. and Mrs. Sgt. and Mrs. V. G. Hall Mountains. I I t' Week of Aug. 25-31-Supply the Gospel,Tabernacle Sunday

Mr. and and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Don Alvarez. and children left Tuesday"for I All descendants of John [ minister Rev. James Montgomery [ from Page 16] Sunday School 9:45 ft.ra. evening from Pnillipian,
Mrs. O. B. Gordon
and daughter visited relatlvts Alf Tompkins of Miami and Ga. where Lake Worship 11 a. m.
and children and Jerry Bryant Albany they spent Henry .and Lizer Ann Griffis I City. Fernandina Beach wnere they four: Seven Reasons fo,
in Lake City Sunday and attended Zack Tompkins of lake City the with : Sunday School 9:45, m.
left Friday for a visit with night Mr. and Mrs. are invited to ,a reunion at i a. visited their grandparents Mr. Christians Rejoicing." Seven
the Golden Wedding were Sunday guests of Mr. and Willard Dowdy. They left the home of J. D.. Griffis at 1 i Morning Worship. 11 a.m.i' spiritual vocal number 'uejf
Mr. Gordon's nephew, Ray- s and Mrs. W. C. Farnell, and
mond Kite and family, and anniversary reception of Mr- Mrs. E. W. Tompkins.Mr. II there Thursday for their I Raiford on Sunday, Aug. 22. I ::Thursday Senior Choir aunt Mrs. Q. R. Williams.Mr. I TRINITY EPISCOPAL I rendered 'by his talented wif\
and Mrs. Charlie Register. and Mrs. Clarence home in Paxton. Ill. after i imonth.s Bring picnic [ CHUECn MELROSB '
a I a I ? and daughters. Mrs. Margin
his sister and Mrs. Arno
Mrs. Myrtice Kite I : Tidgeoa j
Friends of Ralph Taylor will Thomas and children of Jack-
vacation in Florida."
of I I Holy Days 10 a. D.. Holy I and daughter Judy will teac:
Tampa and Mrs. Gordonsbrother1 be glad to learn that he returned sonville have moved into the Mr. and Mrs. Julian -'-!------.--.--.-.--.-.--.-.-.-.-.1----------------. . . . and family of Columbus, Ga.. in a Jacksonville school Hit
Seber Stokes of St. Dobbs and Benny and Franklin Bar- Sundays 10 a. m. Church i
home Saturday after Harvey home in Raif ord. Mrs. and daughter spent the week! School 11:45 a. m. Morning winter, while daughter Mar ,
Petersburg. They returned several weeks in a Jacksonville Thomas will be remembered NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED i rington of Alabama spent :a j
Sunday.Mr. I end in Live Oak with Mr and few days with Mr. and Mrs. Prayer and Sermon (First j Helen will return to Bob Jone
hospital where he under- as Miss Nora Harvey, who has j CITIZENS BRADFORD COUNTY '
for further
Mrs. Warren i University study,
Downing.Mr. Communion
and Mrs. Monroe Kitler went surgery. lived here most of her life. She James L. Price, Jr. and fam- Sunday, Holy tpjn.
and Mrs. Freddie Kitler (By Elizabeth GlvensjAAA4AAAAAAA4AAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAA1 Episcopal Young Churchmen. .
entertained Saturday after Mrse. Mary Freeman had as has two children who will en- ily.Mr. '
and children of Lake City I. Cltai'
noon with a chicken supperat Sunday guests :Mr. and Mrs. O. ter school, in Lake Butler. and Mrs. Charles Hoff- Cash Paid for Good,

their home north of Rai- J. Green and son. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brown have been visiting Mrs. Er- ... '._.,.. ,,.,. ,,,, : man and children of Tucson. Communion.The I Ran. No Khakis or Wool. A1
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nestine Kitler and other relatives Youth. Members of the panel Rev. ue W. Heaton,
ford. Among the 24 guests were Mrs. Ernest Freeman and son. and daughters of Lake City AriZ. spent several days with Cotton. Bring to Telegraph*'
here. will be presented by'Mrs. Ber- Vicar.
Rev. Joe McCullough and and Mrs. Ruth Jacobs of were Tuesday evening dinner her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. i.

family. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.E. guests of the Charles Tomlin- Mrs. Grace Kelly and Mrs. ;nice Morris. Woman's MISsion C. Spires.Mr. .

Griffls and family Mr. and J. Bo twrght 'and son o! son family. Bessie Sapp visited Mrs:, Kel .. ..... I meeting at 5 pan. with and Mrs. D. W. Sea-
Mrs. Marian Dell
Mrs. Charlie Burnett, Vernon Lawtey.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. William] Wil- ly's husband in Bradford ; .c".. [I presiding. brook and son of Pensacola

Taylor of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody of son of Lakeland spent several County Hospital Sunday. ...I r ',BTU Thomas 5:30 with charge.Mrs.Evening Marie -- visited Capt. and Mrs. John 9.11.1111. \

and Mrs. Don Newmans and Jacksonville were Tuesday afternoon days last week as guests of The Jones family went vacationing 1 B. Lee last week. .
worship. 7 Rev.
David Brannon of Starke. guests of Mrs. Ada the Hugh Rahn family. last week in Clear- p.m. I
Essie Holland guest minister. Glenn H. Thayer is in the
Miss Kathryn Kitler Edward Kelly. Mrs. Kelly returned Mrs. Alice Cason. Mrs. Joyce water and. New Smyrna re- ;i ;:: servIce \
.'." t will deliver ,the evening mes- Bradford Hospital.Mrs. .

,.. < > sage. Mrs. Jelson will intro- Julian Jacoby and children
du e the speaker. of visited her
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.. ,. All groups arJ asked to parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V-

r make: their financial reports Slade Friday evening.Mr. .
after pjn. program and Mrs. C. A. Ford awl r r-
Mesdames Dell and Timmons
visited I
girls Mr. and Mrs. John :
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I ...c'';,."."..''. bers are asked to meet your W.Orlando Simmons and children in IfI I

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AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY_SCHOOL I GARDEN SUPPLIES 'MUSIC SUPPLIES I '>"'C'J; ,iF:; ;'sible.-Mrs. Maurice J. White, John Mrs.Frye Emma and Penner daughter, Mrs.of "

1-' .C u..; .'.,,:,'.,".. ... chairman Woman's Day Pro Atlanta, and Mrs. Bill Wilk- -II" ,'
LINCOLN MERCURY Learn Complete Beauty Culture Gridley ,Music gram. \t't It
inson of Ocala
Johnson & Paris Inc., visited Mrs ,
Girls Women Men ; The public is cordially Invited ., .: ;
Co. Inc. Nell Roundtree last week. ,
POMET FIAT METCOB Tuition Budgeted Line of I to all services. ,\:...
Mrs. Beulah Saxon of Rich- I
FREE PIACEMENT Greater Allen Chapel AME ,.

Authorized Sales Service- Special Brush-Up Courses SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS CENTRAL P.ORIDA'SI I-...... _-_... .;....r.... ....."..... -Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor, mond, Va., Mrs. Lillian Phil '\ '
Complete ,} Store i '
lips of Lake City, Mrs. Bertha
will be host to the fourth
Parts Insecticides Pet Pianos by Baldwin Storey A Pfe., Robert S. Diggs. son Pierce of Starke, and Mrs. 1
Central Hairstyling Supplies last Quarterly Conference on
Clark, Henry L. Miller. of,Mr. and Mrs. John D. Diggs Hattie Thomas of Lake City, I IJI
Trained MechaD1cs-Good PresidIng -
"We Rent Fertilizer Spreadere" Sunday Aug. 24, with
College Flsehek of 'Route.,2, Starke, recently nieces of Mr. Cason. visitedMr. II
Used Can 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Organs by Baldwin & Coca completed eight weeks of advanced Elder W. P. Jenkins in and Mrs. R. M. Cason I
charge. Sunday School, 10 a.
218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHQNE 372-0476 Gibson & Gretch GuItar&Amplifiers' infantry training Tuesday.
m. Morning Worship 11 a-m. r
Barkley Motors Ttort Gordon. Ga. He received
376-4105 Gainesville, Fla. :
Evening Worship 6 p.m.. with George Rippey is recuperating -
1004 'instruction in rifle tactics
N. Main squad -
Rev. W. P. Jenkins in chargeof at home following surgery -
615 N. Main Gainesville
Gainesville Shopping Center escape and ,evasion. Pvt.
all services. All boards are at the Medical Center in
BUILDING MATERIALS Diggs'entered the Army last
INSULATION.ROOFING New and UsedPIANOS March. asked to have a written re Gainesville. t .

B & G Motors Co. School NewsPreplanning port.A. Miss Pauline Garst of Salem -
Ridgway Roof All AmericanInsulation GUITARSDftmlSSHE&1 began Monday Missionary program will Va. visited her brother-

MUSIC be held Friday night, Aug. 23, in-law and sister, Mr. and
CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85mLLMAN :with a new experience for the
Truss Co. I & RoofingCO. Budget TemW teachers by having a district "with Mrs." Alma Bacon, teacher Mrs. Melvin Trent, recently.
at Green Cove Springs, as 1
Wood Trusses & meeting in Jasper for the new Bobby Tison recently attended -
Lillian's Music ,
Sales and Service Prefabricated (Components Store. district of which we are ,a .teacher. All members and the Horse and Pony Show Raise good pullets at |
I. friends invited to attend.
"Gainesvffle Leader"Since part. and Sale at Valdosta Ga. with
Everyone enjoyed the
2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. HI Any Size Free Estimates GainesvilleTeL New Roofs Shinglesor 1933 very ,informative meeting.All Wedding AnniversaryMr. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thompsonof low cost. the Purina Way

1132 So. :Main Built-Up 112 S. E. First GainesTilU. teachers met Tuesday at and Mrs. Calvin Lump- Jacksonville.

PHONE: J76-7515 372-3961-COUect Call Roof Cleaning & Repairs RJE high school to continue kins celebrated their 25th ,Charles Henderson and There's
MOVER wedding anniversary in Nash- a reason so many replacement pullets are
Fiberglass Insulation the preplanningwork.. AU daughter of Jacksonville spent

BUILDING SUPPLIES Blown or Batt Gainesville teachers are back except Mrs. ville, Ga. on Aug. 13. Congratulations the weekend with Mr. and raised the Purina Way. It's because you can raise

Crane Motor Co. Contractor or Retail M. A. Finley,.b1lSiness-tea.cher. and best wishes Mrs. W. W. Addison. good pullets at low cost. The Purina Program is

McCoy Building MayflowerLOCAL Prof.: Thompkins"exPeCts to for many more anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp simple-start chicks
DAY or NTTE of on Chick Startena and feed
Card Thanks ..
ANGLLU- have ,
| AND this position filled by .
LQNd and sons visited in Daytona
ENGLISH FOnD Supply Center PHONE 376-4236 DISTANCE MOVING Sept! 3.The The family of the late Mrs. Thursday. light breeds just fourpouncs'fr m hatch to 8 weeks.

,I S LUMBERS 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville Storage And Crating new teachers are Mrs. .Viola' J. Brown acknowledge Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley This gets them off to a fast, safe start. Then, follow

MERCEDES BENZ -VOLVO, BUILDING SUPPLIES II Gainesville Pbaae 376-5224 Betty Brown and Mrs. ,Rob- with grateful appreciationyour attended the Dees family reunion with the Purina Controlled ,Feeding Plan that we \
I ert Snells.: both in'the elementary -: kind expressions of sym-
Authorized Sales & Service HARDWARE August 10 in Branford will recommend and fit to
No. Main and 23rd Boulevard LADIES WEAR <1ep rtm nt. [is'.'Melon-: pathy at the'time when they your particular needs.
Security Transfer .
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"Complete Service for All Taylor McDonald has been so Park.Mrs.
PHONE 3724361 & Storage Inc. trartsfered,! 'from Hampton: to God bless each of you.-Mrs. Charles A. Duncan of Purina-raised pullets come into production with lots

Ilakes"I Gainesville Cherry'sGainesville's RJE. _. .D. B. Richardson and family. Lawton, Okla. visited her parents of large'eggs. with low
There will be a fee oral1] Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons -
I 806 E. University Ave. layer-house 'mortality and
CEMENT Most Fashionable I FOGARTY BROSTRANSFER children who enter school this I BROOKER BAPTIST .

FIIONE 572-4311 Address For Ladies Inc. year for;,work texts: and btheisupjlies r CHURCH Friends of Mrs. D. B. Camp- with long laying life.They keep MIcgo.MIXIO

Local & Long Distance Moving to'help" hem achievethe bell were saddened by the paying off for the good care .. .
Gainesville, Fla. DRESSES-SIThTS-COATh .
Craf ng-Storage-Packing skill in reading that,' '
and attention
STONES MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES ; willi f Morning Worship) 11 ajn:: news that she passed away you've given
Phone 376-2666 be' a carry over'life's work. All]I
DODGEDARTDODGE "If It's Cement Wi Cast It" 1040 So. Main Gainesville .parent are<; Ske (. to':.cooperate Evening Service 8 pjn. Sunday Thursday evening Aug. 15, them. Come in soon and let us PURINA

Cement 105 W. University, Gainesville with this effort for' tDe .School, 10 ajn. Training following surgery at a Ten supply you with all your chickPOULTRY

NEON SIGNS 'benefit Union 7 pjn., Prayer Service essee hospital. She is survivedby
:[ TRUCKS Precast Products of,your children starting, pullet-growing needs.FloridaPestControl&ChemicalCo.. CHOWS
1 Heroine Notice each"Wednesday 8 p.m. her husband and children,

| Sale.t-Parts-Service 2033 N. E.: 27th Ave. Gainesville MATERNITY WEARNan's Jeffcoat Alf members "of Court Ruth A, including Mrs. Ima Self of r-\

USED CARS TOO PHONE 372-0953 Neon SignsNEON 18 are. requested to' meet at Recent Birth; Gainesville and Mrs. Elnora

4 pjn. Sept. 4 at the Masonic McGuire of Melrose. The
Poole-Gable Motors Neon Designing Neon Repairs Hall. Business of Vita!'impOrt- Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Reganof Campbells who have lived in .
PRODUCTS ance. Please govern yourself Melrose several years, have
White Water Wis. former
119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Erecting Maintenance,
Stork Shop 1611 S. (Main Gainesville accordingly. A., S. Royal. Starke residents, announce the been visiting other children 539 E. Call St. Phone

PHONE S72-4S4S ? Club NewsThe birth of a son, Philip Jay Aug. and relatives in Tennessee for
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Special Occasion Dresses To Phone Day 372-0303 Fiesta Social and Savings 6. a few months. !I & aD. . .9643965U''

CONCRETE PRODUCTS Every Day sportswear Nlte 372-8897 Club went to Butler's'RI'Al'h'tAt.nrrhv I,..._._J1 ._IIlI""I1,_._,...JII111

I : picnic, dc4 expressedan
Edwards Jim ,Shorts-Matching Tops
.. Building Parker'sGainesville's enjoyable time. There will

Paul's Auto Salvage Supply Inc. BABY GIFTS Most Office not be a meeting Saturday ,
lIt So. Main Gainesville- night,:Aug. 24. The president Best time .
We Equipment Machine to make real buRAMBLER'S
Buy Wrecked Can At 726 6. Main-372-48-14 Store. states'he'will notify you of a -

Gainesville Fla. 1 Complete Office PlanningUnderwood the tIme of the next meeting.I
TOP PRICES Church News
-I]MEN'S STORE Products

AH Slakes A Models Used ELECTRIC MOTORS 601 W. University Ave: First Born The Junior i '
Gospel Singers of Lake City
Gainesville 372-2553 SAVING EST DAYS !

PartsTeletype iJ H. M. Chitty & Co. will appear Sunday night at
8 o'clock, accompanied by the
Service-We wilj find, Electric Motor I PAINTS
Starlight Gospel Singers. .As
SINCE 1902 j
any part for. ,yon. Harper Paint Co. an added feature, a. young Get the best values in best- ,
Repair Co. I--S Curlee Suits 1 man will be present who can Get the best buys and the big-

Phone 3j6.' 12 OF GAINESVILLE, INC. I--S Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts We Stock ,play an instrument to imitate selling Ramblers! All Ramblers gest trade-ins! All year long .
American, Ambassador-
1301 COMPLETE ELECTRIC & Underwear SMITH AND two or three other instru- i 77rt Rambler sales! have been! soaringgiveyouRamblerexdusiveslikeoeep. -
S. Min .
Gainesville MOTOR I-* Stacy Adams NUDIIB DUTCH BOY PAINTS ments., The public is invited Jfl1.J i4? smashing one record after another.

h Shoes. to attend this musical affair. DiprustproofingandCeramic.Armored But we're not satisfied
SALES AND SERVICE Painter's Supplies yet-and wewon't
-,Elder. F. Howard pastor.Zephonia muffler.All models give you the extra J
AUTO TIRES "Distributor of Stetson & Mallory Hats. 10 S. W. 7th Street JA j be until we wind up the season ,
I security of Doube! Brakes.
Lane reporter. -Safety
1 : GainesvilleROOFING still higher or the best.seller list.rhewidechoiceofsixcylinderandV.8 .
New Lincoln Motora'J J 1 S.E. First1 St Gainesville, 1 Pleasant Grove MethodistRev. I )

FOR THE BEST IN PHONE 372-8318 '. To make sure we're going all-out
Steger pastor. The;Hth
power includes the American's
RECAPPINGCars 1030 S. Main Gainesville 11 I 1I I 1 Anniversary observance last 125-hp. "jj We're offering the best buys yetbg.mites.per.gallonchampofeveryecon. .

MONUMENTS 1 Sunday was a,'grand success gest trade-In allowances when you
The Helzel Co. omy run entered.And that's just '
Trucks- Tractors FLOOR COVERING I Proceeds will be usedto remodel buy an already low-priced Rambler.
S pling of features that won Rambler'63
1&0% Grade A Cold Rubber ROOFING I the church. The captains \ Come in and make us prove that these
S SHEET METALS the "Car of the Year"Award. .
Gainesville Granite i reports are as. .follows; j are Rambler's Savingest Days!

Factory Trained Etcapper Central Florida Tile Am (DONDrnONTNO Mrs. Marion Tyson No. 1.

& Marble Works No Job Too Large Or Too Small: reported $136.90; Mrs. BeatricaDeSue. I" / Join the Trade Parade to Rambler or V-8

English Tire & & Marble Co. 202&E.4thSt. Gainesville No. 2. $147; Mrs. Cath- .
PHONE 372-1491 .
CARPETS BY erine Dell. No.3. $104.75. ;
: Recapping Lee's Monarch, Loomweave, Visiting' churches reported .
'I Downs Lettering & Cleaning PHOTO SHOP $161.16. ,

| 1111 S. Main Street Loom Size-Wall to Wan 11 Domestic & Industrial Marble Fuller's Foto Inc. Clarence 'DeSue, general /..../,: : ,
Installation & Granite chairman of the program all #,4-:

Gainesville 372-2197 Armstrong and Kentile Coffee Tables Counter Central Florida's Finest officers and members are

Floor Coverings Fireplaces Selection 'of grateful to the many white

COMPLETE IXOF New & Used Cameras and colored friends who helped

Automatic TransmissionsONE TILES MARBLE 2135 S. E. 4th St. Photographic Equipment,ft in. this' worthy cause
Gainesville, 376-6151 New Bethel Baptist- Rev.
1540 Waldo d. G'ville Supplies
316.6406I BlaeK & White Finishing i A. Vinson pastor. will observe

DAY SERVICE In Before Noon-Out at 5 j Woman's" ,Day Aug. 25 starting -

MotorcyclesScootersStreit's 619 W. with Sunday School at
9:30 aunT Mrs. Maurice J.;
I AND EXCHANGE TYPEWRITERS I II White acting superintendent ?

''I Bicycle Shop I and Mrs. Ollie Mae Albert : '

Gator Automatic Central Tractor Co. ,Hancock Typewriter : acting secretary. Morning { ----- .- /
Cnshman Scooters
FORD TRACTORS I Worship. 11 'ajm. with Miss Ramble[Classic 770 4-Door Sedan
Transmission Ducati RSA-Zundapp: EXCHANGE
Service FordSImplements i Fannie Bell Frizie;::AS .guest

INC. Agricultural Industrial Motreyeles-Sa1es: & Service Clary Victor Totaha I speaker, introduced by Mrs-: DODD'S AUTO SALES 528 S. Walnut St. Starke, Floridaf

Complete Service & farts Dept. SCHWINN BICYCLES Adding Machines. Calculators I I Ruth. Holland. At'3 p. m. ,

Good Used Equipment Locksmith &: Safe Work SALES -SERVICE. RENTALS! Mesdames Ceola" Henderson,
19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.:) 11 ',:;jl.
4483 N. W. 6th. Galnt rill Juanita Houston.will
613 W. University 'h.. 431 N. Main St. Gainesville and present .
Gainesville PHONE 372-0372() PHONE 376-W30 Gainesville 376-7781 Phone 376-5551 |i t I a panel .discussion 'on i : :T- -

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