Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
August 29, 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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' 7 4 ? be able to heave a sigh of however five minutes earlier

I ; s A d J *r's 4ti ;-d relief after a long hot sum- than last term. :f -. _"'{ '- "'--1-< <,ii. ,_,. Wind, rain, and flash floods brought the season's
mer of minding children next County schools will open -
worst thunderstorm to Starke last Sunday afternoon
the term with totalof ,
Tuesday morning, September new a
I 3, when the 1963-64 school 47 new teachers. Bradford = 1t making a sea out of U. S. 301, knocking around 150

term begins. High tops the list with 26 -- .' ,i. telephone services out of commission, and doing con

ek Classes will be in session new instructors. siderable damage to power lines.

at 8 a. m. at Brooker Junior A tree limb fell across the Seaboard's signal and

r'- High, 8:10 at Southside Ele- power line near the Jefferson St. crossing causing it
: : mentary and Hampton Junior Negro Loses -.. :- to fall into city power lines resulting, in an electrical
High. 8:15 at Bra:1or4.High: *' display that sent "great balls of fire" rolling over the

and 8:25: Starke at Lawtey Elementary Junior,High and Arm i In Auto .- -;.i- -.- :::-- ii- : __;- _- ,'1 ground. Jt took railroad workers several hours to get

1963-64. BHS Coaching Staff School. Busses will run at approximately the communications line, that affected signals as far

the same tim ::; south as Miami, back in place.One .

These six Bradford High School football roaches are In the process of putting their 44 they did last term accordingto Mishap Sat. -' _-- .t .;; block away, at the inter- E. Brownlee were also inun-
: of Jackson and Thompson
aspiring gridders! through their paces for their September 20 meeting with Mawlenny. From Supt. Harmon P. Morgan. ection dated. Considerable damage to
; a sycamore tree toppled
left to right: Coaches Jerry Lawson, John Man ning, (Chuck Mason, Erwin Land, Bob Paine, Bradford High School will t -- 4 streets was done by water
its doors to ticross the top of a small rental
and Athletic Director and Head Coach David Hurse. Hurse and Land are the only two open approximately JV 37-year-old Putnam Hail washing out pot holes.
1,200 students this term Negro, Ralph Wilson Scott house belonging to J. T. Quig-
holdoiers from the 1962-63 staff. (See story at bottom of page.) The tree arched the Flood conditions were also reported *
ley. over
almost 200 more than last had his left arm torn off at I
in some avtaa Q V Saratoga : .-
year. In order to""&ffer a the shoulder .. tiny house, without damagingit I
last Saturday '--"'- -'
BHS To Charge wider and varied cur- August 24 --- but branches obstructed the Heights due largely to
Sales Total ,,more when his 1955
Properly $$118,183 I
riculum the high school will Pontiac sideswiped a truck. Temple Avenue (U. S. 301, North), in front of St. Edward'sCatholic entrance from the front. Occu- the clogged-up condition of a

Students $7 operate for the first time on Florida Highway Patrol I Church, presented this "seascape" during flash flood pants of the house, Mr. and drainage ditch. The ditch has

Period From a seven period day. rather Trooper Ernest L. Jones said, last Sunday afternoon. Many cars stalled along the busy Mrs. Zolton Jakob, were awayon not been cleaned recently due

Activity Fee During August 5.24I than the usual six periods per Scott had been drinking and I highway. vacation at the time. a misunderstanding The city says over the
Gerald Williams, Starke Tele-
I day. Periods will be shortened that his car veered across the .
0- ; r ditch
; -- ; belongs to the State Road
I. from 55 to 50 minutes center line of phone Co. maintenance man, I
Bradford High School stu- Property transactions in I sonville, to S. Bland Ware, SR-100 two : Department, and points to a
and the students will be dismissed miles west of Grandin at said most of their trouble resulted -
dents will be assessed a Bradford County totaled I Jacksonville, residence in from which he deed recorded in the courthouseas
at 3:06: p. HL. th3 about 7:25 last lightning
"student activity fee" of $7 $118,183 during the period Geneva Point Estates $6.000. Saturday. of proof, but the SRD is apparently -
"terrific. Four
same time as last year Class. Scott had his left as
for the coming year according from August 5-24. accordingto Freeman Register Jr. to arm prop- unaware of the fact,
ped on the window and it the company's major cables
f to Principal Tom Casey deeds filed as public records Harmon V. Underhill. Starke. was and considers this the city's

to pay for classroom suppliesand in the office of the two lots in Dowling Park Sub- New Offices dragged the point off of at impact.the shoulderat around struck by 150 lightning telephones putting out of responsibility. Complaints a-

school activities. county clerk. division, 3933. __ bout flood conditions in their
in section
The activity fee is a con-' jrfJTices of transactions are C. Mark Ritch to Vonda Opened For CD "a Trooper miracle"Jones that termed Scott did it i service of town., some Wind gusts every wre esti- yard have been made by Mr.

tinuation of an experiment t figured from documentary taxI Thelma Hall, Starke parcel iI and and Mrs. William Carter, at
not bleed to death before he mated at around 50 mph,
begun last year when the I stamps affixed to the deeds. i of land $2,300. f :Mrs. Gladys SchoU: county arrived but said the crunch- I one cable on 301 South was the foot of Johns St. in Sara
BHS office collected from I Only transactions of $1.000 or Mary Louise Jones, Cumberland toga, and other residents there
I' I director of Civil Defense, is! ing and grinding motion of damaged by a fallen tree. I
each student to pay for claSS-!I more are listed. The sales County South Carolina -I have been inconvenienced by
pleased( to announce the opening the sideswiping vehicles closed hone service was completely
room supplies alone, insteadof were: I to Earl M. Voyles, Columbia restored in all sections high water.
having individual teachers II I Lillian Willett Quina and ,! S. C., parcel of land, of new offices, at,..136 N.: his the car blood.7: miles vessels.past Scott the drove pointof !s- ___ z. -T h IE until Tuesday night. I I Water which backed up due

take up separate fees. For Ronald N. QUina her husband -' $4,000. Temple Ave. onvthef second impact and Jones found : -j : The flash flood brought-3 1-2 I to clogged ditches in Saratogaand I

the additional $1 this year:I Jacksonville, to RobertJ. Katherine J. Soto, formerly floor of the. Agriculture him lying unconscious on the ) j Inches of rain to Starke about Pine Haven rose to within

the student will ba given most: Wynne, Jacksonville, lot in I Katherine J. Lyon, and William Building, formerly occupiedby i road shoulder. The arm was __ the middle of the afternoon inches of entering the Robert

of his classroom supplies and I Carl Vollkopf Subdivision.: L. Soto, her husband to the library. I found, at the point of im -_ ti-: and one observer said there Green home on W. Pratt St.,

also admitted to. all school! $5,000. Thomas Neal Lyon. Starke. "We are also very grateful :to i pact. I was more water on the streets near its intersection with 301.

f athletic events. band concerts E. M. Lewis to A. E. McKinney -, parcel of land, $1,500. the Board I 6f County Commissionersf 'Scott: kiiwiped a 1963 than he had seen in 50 years.' Wet Summer

and choral presentations. Jr., ,Starke, parcel of Curtis Reames to Dixie Acceptance or granting us the Chevrolet'-panel truck driven Water completely covered U. S. Sunday's cloudburst climaxed \

j Each student will be issued !land. 6400. Corporation Jack- use of these facilities which I by Larry .Wayne Trammell,I Pratt Street in front of Robert Green home was another 301 in the area of the Gateway. a summer of unusually heavy

11& a "student payment of activity the $7 which card"upon 'I A. E. McKinney Jr. to Lu- sonville, parcel of land, 4900. should provide a big step for 26. of Holly Hill, Fla. who,,watery,scene 'a'i clogged-up drainage. ditches in Saratoga Chevrolet Co., and also near rainfall. The first 27 days of .;

. \U11 admit him to all activi-i the M. Moody. Starke, residence A. D. Crosby to Carl Roberts ward in the expanding of our'j was not injured. Damage t-> Heights area failed to take water off as fast as it felL' the Pratt St. intersection. Low August brought 9.38 inches of I
10500. I i residence, 6250. organization and activities' the truck was estimated at places on N. Walnut St. and rain to Starke, and an averageof
ties sponsored by the entire I
A. E. McKinney Jr. to Luther Hugh Lee Hutson Jr., Mrs. Scholl said. $100 but Scott's car was a 10.3 over the county. Wettest
school rather than by a specific I section for this month was New
M. Moody Starke parcel Wildlife Officers i
Starke to H. L. Hutson, Orlando total loss.
class or club. Case I of land. $6,000.Joseph residence, 6000. P. 0. To Close i The Negro was taken to: I River where the fire tower
stressed that every student 'Say 27 Arrested measured 14.10 inches so far in
S. Daurer to George
I Putnam Memorial Hospital
W. F. Cooley. Starke to
will be assessed the entire $7 I I I __ _
I 1H. Nelson Jr.. Jacksonville...,, Charles P. Sapp, Lawtey, resIdence Labor Day I II when he is recovering and in Since January 1 August. Santa and Fe tower recorded -
10 inches, Highland,
lee.He the lot in Lake Bedford Shores, 7000. good condition according to i I
also stressed that I i I The Starke post office will the trooper. Charges are Wildlife officers of the : 9.05 inches during Aug. 127.
4300. I with Dukes Akins to Earl! I
students will get more than ,be closed Monday, Sept. 2, FL So far this year the countyhas
'; their monies' worth. For instance Lennard B. Register Jr. to. Crawford Brooker, parcel of pending an investigationwhich Game & Fresh Water Fish
of :52.23
Labor Day. Incoming and out- had an average
will be made when he
Norman L. Redding. Hampton
land, $3,300.Martha
the activity card will Commission 27
arrests -
going mail will be worked as i reported .- inches of rain and 1963 may be-
admit them to athletic events residence in Saratoga Stock. Jacksonville, usual and post office box ser recovers. for hunting and fishing. t________ come the wettest 12 months in

which would cost them approximately Heights, $9,500.Walter to Luther M. Moody, Starke, _ _. __recent with four months
vice rendered. There will be violations in Bradford County years
E. Smith to Allied I Fair AssociationTo
$2 if they had residence, 7000.
Concord Financial Corporation. no window, city, or rural delivery -: during the seven-month period yet to go. Total rainfall in
to tickets for each Jean Tannis, joined by Ad-
purchase I Meet Wed.The 1962 was 63 Inches.Keystone .
other services that! .
Delaware residence. Jan. 1 through July 31,
event as In past. school terms. 1 1 rain Tannis, her husband, I
The principal also said tha 5200. Patterson, N. J. to Gilbert E. day however. Bradford County Fair 1963. Fishing without a license -

activity card will make it J. A. J. McKinney Jr. to L. Moore, Jacksonville, residenceon will Also be closed both local for the banks holiday Association will meet at 8 p.m. was the most common\) Man
possible for all students to attend T. Beebe, Alachua, residence, Lake Bedford $5,500. Wednesday, Sept. 7, at the fair cause of arrest.A .
and offices
county most
the various athletic pro 5300. Arthur Gewett to WilliamA. : local retail stores. building. Plans are being perfected total of 358 arrests were Flips CorvairMack

grams at a greatly reduced T. R. M. Corporation Jack- Dock tader. Starke residence The new school term will for this year's fair which made in the Northeast Region

.nrice. in Saratoga Heights,,, will open on Wednesday Oct. of Florida during the Lane Sibley Jr.. 25.
begin Tuesday. Sept. 3. I
t Actually the $1 increase in Civil Defense $3,300. 30. I same period. and James Marrion Chambers
for the com .
the activity
28, both of Keystonewere
ing term will go to purchase Will ParticipateIn nigh wines toppled trees and treated and released

approximately $1,000 The county worth of is Warning TestAt Grid See ions Ter med 1 branches, including this sycamore from the Bradford County

library books. for library "Ragged" By Coaches that fell across house on Hospital Sunday. August 25,
also budgeting $2.000
a well attended meetingof N. Thompson St. Occupantswere after Sibley turned his 1963
books for a total ol Civil Defense J*-_ / at the time Chevrolet
the staff and other vacationing Corvair over on &

$3,000 of new Association books requiredby ac- personnel Monday night, Concencus of Bradford Higr l thusiasm is higher now thanat work on offensive and defensive Work will begin soon on perfecting -I throats or pulled muscles. and thus spared a bad scare. bad curve near Hillcrest at

Southern future activities were outlined, coaches this week is that< the first of the week. assignments so that the running end of I The team should be operating the Clay-Putnam County line.

crediation rules. the studentsto including a regularly scheduled I I grid practices have beer Practice sessions so far each player will know his job the assignments. at full speed and ca- Bookmobile According to Florida High.

Funds to admit activities U meeting night on the third I i "pretty ragged" although en-. have been devoted mostly to thoroughly. Sessions have Some members of the 44 pacity next week. Coach way Patrol Trooper D, ErnestL.

the school being diverted Monday of each month with .-- been somewhat hampered, man team have been prevented Hurse said Wednesday, but a: Schedule Jones the Corvair failed

coming from from money the vocational- interesting programs and I however because of injuries I in taking part in .drills because I I scrimmage scheduled for this, The new fall and winter I to negotiate the curve, ran

ani speakers. Monday's meeting and sickness. Many of the 1!T of illness or injury. Friday night, August 30, will], off the pavement onto the
agiicultural department for Bradford -
athletic was held in: the new CD head plays, according to Coach Starting center Harold Bishop probably be canceled. Bookmobile shoulder traveled 200 feet

the office to the is quarters, upstairs in the Agriculture ;, David Hurse, have tender I is out with strained ba&:\, Injuries prevented coache;t County has been announced and flipped qnto its top and
The Athletic Dept. actually -'
fund. qp
loss over the. Building, in the space ,- thigh muscles from running I muscles junior, tackle Donald I from doing too much offensive -. as follows: slid an additional 100 feet

taking no would have collected -recently vacated by the Starke wind sprints at too fast a1 I Carter- has been in bed with I work this week 'but defensively 1st and 3rd Wednesdays: before coming to rest.

amount they students- at. I'library. 0 clip the first few days of, a bad cold junior guard and! they singled out fo:, Reddish Store Heilbronn Sibley's estimated speedwas
from I Plans were also made for i-_ i practice. I linebacker Bob Reeves has I II special recognition end Jim l Springs, 9:30: to 9:45 ajn. 60 mph in a 55 mile-per
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the gate.actually will have approximately -I I participation by the local groupin I 4 _1- s : "Play assignments are go- I I had a spot of pneumonia on a !,, Dowling. guard Leon Thomas,p Lawtey-Junior High School hour zone, the trooper said.

BHS 1500 students \;C a National Warning System ing well-that's been the one i lung, senior tackle Mike Ma- i end : Joe Brown, halfback: 12 noon to 1:15 pjn.; Strawberry The Corvair was a total loss.

]I,test exercise to be held in ,the. bright spot in our practices|j,:, ruca has bruised shoulders George Seeley, center Butcr.Redding I Wharf 1:20: to 1:40 p.m.;
estimating by
this year but j near future. so far, "Hurse commented. : tackle Tommy r Hampton's Store, 1:45 to 2:15: !Egg Truck FlipsIn
last year's fee experiment only I ': from the sled, and several and
\ Mrs. Gladys Scholl,.Bradford .. i, He said the players already I I i
80 per cent will pay the fee. I I other players have sore Thomas. I p.m.2nd U. S. 301 Mishap
I County CD director, advised I know their assignments as and 4th Fridays:
If 80 per cent pay the fee this i'I Head Coach David Hurst! shows of his backfields .
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those attending the meetingthat one jus! well as they did last season. I Brooker-Green', Store, 9:1:
[Continued on Page 2] I I' with the additional space exactly how it is done. He h i going through the quarterback's I to 9:30 ajn; School, 9:35: to A Brooksvffie, Fla. truck

,in the new location it will be step on a particular play an 1 the steps must be executed witl 1 --.c 10:15: a.m. loaded with eggs turned over

NOTICEThe ,possible to expand the programand the precision of a ballet done*r to execute the play perfectly. Starke MissesTo Graham-Mrs. Lefevera 10- two miles north of Lawteyon

conduct future CD classes Quarterback Phil Elder eitr erne right, looks on. In 30 to 11 U. 8. 301 while passing
CommunityState :there with all equipment for Compete school, 11:15to
: another car spilling eggs and
training readily available. I Beauty PageantHenree 11:30 ajn. Hampton Train
I causing 12,500 worth of
Bank prop
Bill Shiner, deputy and training ing School, 11:55 to 12:05.:

and officer, outlined the tentative 4_ rs Lou Dennis, Miss'I Theressa-12:45 to 1 p.m. erty damage, according to
schedule of classes to be 4* Starke-RJE School, 1:25 to Florida Highway Patrol

,The Florida O feed. including personal survival -J c 4 Miss Starke Bradford and Linda County.Huggins will 2:15: p.m.; Starke Library, 2:30 Trooper J. M. Ho111!.

first aid, medical self p.m.The The mishap occurred at approximately
Bank .at Starke I P- ; : compete in the "Queen of the Bookmobile will not run
:: 2:45: m. when
help, radiological monitoring e- p.
Florida Crown" beauty pageant the last week in August or the

Will Be Closed !mergency .mass feeding, auxiliary -' at Jacksonville Beach first week in September. the high bodied truck began
police shelter management -- p'4; -- to, sway to and fro while attempting

Monday, Sept. 2 |and rescue.. i this weekend. j Pinehill Church I to pass the unknown
I The three main features of vehicle. It rolled a Quarter

Labor Day II I Anyone interested in enroll this event are the Bathing I II Sets Revival turn onto its side and aWl

ing for future classes should ( Beauty Parade and judging to rest. Driver of the truck
This Space Contributed :J contact the CD office, which is j I Tornado vanity cheerleseason's ders are also working for the I I in the bandshell at 3 p. m., i The blur at the left of tho above photo is the Tornadoes', Revival services will .atari was Nathan Hale Moore. 20.
Weekly to Publicize :' Saturday; the Evening Gown at the Pinehill] Methodist of Brooksvflle and the only
open to the general public first gaihe with Ma icclenny's. Wildcats on September I: which I.
alike" Maruca, senior tackle of great thingsare
"Iron a
Community Events by i Parade and judging at 8 p.! Church on Sept. 1 and con passenger was Prank Vosci-
:daily, Monday through Friday. 20, just 22: days away. The *heerleaders practice just as faith- this Mike is in action' here against 200
,'In.. and the final crowning i expected year. tinue through the 8th. ServIces nar also of Brooksville. Neither
The Community Civil Defense information and fully as Coach Horse's gridd
,literature will be available at From JUt to right: Sozi Broadway, Wanda Williams Beha : are free to the public. including under the watchful eye of Coach Jerry Lawson. The coach Is there will be dinner on the lis said.

State Bank :all times. Hall, Margaret Colson, Mar cia Whittle, Hope Holliday, Jane the Queen's Ball l a former BUS grad. grounds on Sunday. The public The vehicle was a 1959 Ford

-- .1 1 Adams and Suzanne Judd. I which follows the coronation. b Invited to attend.' van-type truck. __ __

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I Mr. and Mrs. John Deas f| Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis']Luncheon Given ii]E Breakfast Given !I BEA Compliments V *j I.I gust.J rif.a/A.' t'1 D.1!his-th 1S6S.L; day of Au- You are hereby notified that \ '
a complaint for divorce I has
II and daughters of Lake City :returned Wednesday from a I
Charles A. Darby
I will spend the long weekend month's vacation in Highlands I J For Attendants IJ IJI F For Attendants ;,I New TeachersAt I Clerk Circuit Court. been filed against you, and you I
I I FloridaBy are required to serve a copy of
with her parents, Mr. and N. C. :(Of Bates !Ci Df Charlene Hardy. Bradford County '(
r Nancy .. ,; BarbequeThe I Dorothy AV. Failing your Answer or pleading to Ow
Mrs. E. W. Hayes at Kings- Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch ;, '. i I'I Deputy Clerk Complaint the \
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ley Lake. and family spent Wednesday !' Saturday in the Pecan : Miss Charlene Hardyt Bradford Education AUorny.George H.for Pierce Plaintiff i tornej- George H. Pierce, P, 0 |. I I

__ J, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and I j to Saturday at Daytona' Room of the Garden Restaurant whose marriage to Charles Association entertained the r .' $.:9 4t 9-19 I Drawer 1080* StarKe: Flond.i. 1

daughter, Ann, are in Decatur !j 1 Beach where Dr. Ritch at- : the attendants of Miss i Francis was an event of Saturday j i county's new teachers at a (SEAL) and fib* the original Answer or [I t

Victor Lamb is em-I Miss Nancy Walker of At1' 1 Ga. this week visiting II'I 1 tended a medical meeting. I I Nancy Lee Bates were complimented I' evening was honoredat swimming< party arid barbecue In Florida The Kifthth Circuit Judicial Court Circult. Of- j I I! pleading in the office of the

pbyed at the new General l 1 lanta, Ga., and Miss Marian I II her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Local admittances to Doc at a luncheon giv- : a bridesmaids breakfast i supper at Camp Mont- Innd For Bradford I j i I. Clerk of the Circuit Court on I

Pennell of Boston, Mass., who |i David Scott, and family. : 1 1i tor's Hospital this week include en hi their honor by Miss Saturday morning at 8:30: i gomery on Crystal Lake Tues County. In ('bancery.ARTIILR or before the 23rd day of Sipiember -
EIC'ctric.Plant.. near .Gaines- I attended the Gentry-Beall I I Mr. and Airs. Carl Johns ( : Mrs. Lucile Kauffman. ', Bates and: her grandmother. o'clock in the Pecan Room of i day evening. Plaintiff, ? I 1963.! If you fail to".

ville. Miss Dawn Lamb is now wedding here on Aug. 10, and grandsons Dale and Mrs. Vivian Brown, Mrs. Irene: Mrs. H. Ogden Bates Jr., of the Garden Restaurant. Over 100 persons were pres- -vs- do. a Decree Pro Confesso J I

.' spent several days with Mrs. i)i Ricky Johns, visited Six Gun ]Faulkner, and Mark Glisson'of St. Petersburg. I J ]Hostesses were Mrs. C. J. 'ent for the BEA's annual par-, SANDRA JUAN ALVAREZ r I be taken against you for th.)> > I

managing the Whataburger: .Territory and Silver Springs, Starke; Mrs. Christine i I Green and ty for new teachers.SmithTaccia Defendant. relief demanded in the Cum
I Marie McMillin in St. Peters- !;i i The T-shaped table was 1 Houpt Mrs. Lex ;t I \orici: ;

stand in Starke. burg. They returned to visit 1 on Monday i Patrick of Lawtey KennethB. centered with an arrangement :, Airs. Lloyd H. Jennings. i I TO: Sandra Jean Alvarez resi- :!I plaint.
and ordered
I Done at Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Win- : : Watson Sr. and Kenneth' dence and address unknown: !
Miss Pennell's brother-in-law i *
| J of pink gladioli, white The dining table held a'I I \ 1 I II
sister gate spent the weekend in Watson Jr. of Dunnellon.' -- -------.
and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. pom-poms and white carna- centerpiece of pink carnations { I I
:. .-U------: Wauchula with his mother; Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort I
Gentry, before returning to ) I'I tions interspersed with plui i and pink roses in a silver' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taccia

'their respective homes. j I i Mrs. Addie Wingate. \ Lauderdale is spending ten mosas fern. Each setting was :, l bowL The seating arrange- announce the marriage of I
!' Mrs. W. B. Spell and sons ': days with her parents, Mr. Keep Starke A Progressive City
Miss Marilyn Hernwall at- i' marked by an individual brii i ment was marked by place- their daughter, Carol Diane,
of Orlando spent the latter and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and f am- : (: to William Cal Smith of
tended the Methodist Youth dal card to which was fastened
Assembly at Lake Junaluska part of last week with Mrs. ily. Steve Reyes of Jacksonville : tiny silver and white'' l bouquets of lilliesofthevalley -;, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith, all

N. C., under auspices of the .and Mrs. W. S. Haas. i' spent last week with his wedding bells and a miniature ] tied with tiny white satin of Starke. The marriage took: I
1 Mr. and T. B. Hard- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wesleyan Foundation in Mrs. doll dressed as a brides- ]bows. t place May 1 in Folkston Ga VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT

1Tq :llYThw1.?I Gainesville. l j' ing of Starke and daughter| J. S. Sapp. :maid.. I Attending this delighful af. The young couple are presently .
Miss June Harding of Atlanta Rev. and :Mrs. Graham
1! :fair were the bridal attend with Mr. and
Miss Bates presented each residing
Air and Airs. Ray Reddish. 1
Ga. returned last week! Sprurier and son. Steve of
of her attendants with strand ants: Miss Dolores Hardy, Mrs. Jesse Smith on E. Call
formerly. of Starke, announce :
from ten days' visit with Mr. ; Johnson City, Tenn. were
of In addition to her Miss Ann Elder. Miss Janet street. II
the birth of a son Michael I
and Mrs. T. B. Harding Jr. : overnight guests Tuesday of '
Bryant, on Aug. 21 in Racife gift little Monica Jo Rowe :Hardy. Miss Charlene Ches- 1
( i i in Odenton Md. Mr. and : Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch. J D
1 Brazil. Mrs. Harding and June,also Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- .I flower girl, was presented'with ;' ser, Miss June Hardy, and BHS To Charge 1 Doyle

framed "To a Miss Carol Hardy. Also attending .\T} ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryan Erwin spent the weekend at Daytona i j Wright of Hollywood were Flower a Girl" and poem a small'corsage were AirsCharles Activity FeeContinued i iI .y.::.,..' ., ; 0

and son Bryan Jr. and Beach, and June is returning1 : overnight guestsTuesday of I '
of pink rosebuds. Also( Hardy, mother of the bride,
: W. P. Dickson Sr. of Jacksonville .- I, to Atlanta on Thursday. Ij i iI Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wain- I [ from *age 1] ;
'44!! VALUE attending the luncheon were''I Mrs. G. E. AIcGauley grandmother I ; :
attended Baccelaureale II I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth'' wright.Lloyd. .. : : CITY COUNCILMAN
1 services for the 196J Airs. Von'ceiT'Sandifer. Mrs. I I of the bride, and Mrs term it will net the school :, :
5 Columbia Stereo Record. Sunday and son, Barry, flew to St.) Taylor of Miami
'. Albums plus Deluxe : graduating class of St. Luke's I II I Simons Island last Saturday. spent the weekend with his Sue Davis of Jacksonville, and II I Harry Marshall of Nashville, 6720. Other sources of fund .
.... Mrs. Gene Shaw of Starke, t I-
Portable Stereo Cart I Hospital held in St. Johns Mrs. F. R. Hayes is recuperating -' mother, Mrs. Alice Smith, I] Tenn., sister of the groom. for the BHS budget come
I !| whose husbands in the'' from the concession stand
: Cathedral. They will also attend at her home in and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hut- were i The hostesses presented th::
I ';| wedding party Mrs. James operated by the ag depart-
f graduating exercises : Hampton after undergoing chins. I
: and : bride 'With a beautiful silver ment $3,690 and $1 the Capable Responsible
1 Rowe. Airs. H. Ogden ,
Sept. 6 in the Prudential Alachua General .
surgery in i Mrs. Dale Scott and! chil- .
: Balls, 3rd .. mother of the pitcher 'as a memento of the school gets from the countybased ,
:1iLYD | Building. Hospital. ;I dren of Coronado, Calif. are 1, '
bride-to-be. occasion. on last year's average
I Air and Airs. L. F. Smith :: Mrs. Joj- e Riherd and family visiting her brotherinlawand daily attendance of 1,059 6 Years As Councilman

i| Jr. and family of Paxton I II : were vacationing in the sister, Air. and Mrs. C. i Air. and Mrs. Fred Johns I Ii :: students or $1.059-total receipts -

I j pent the weekend with Mrs i;i iI Smoky Mountains last week. :' Terwillegar over the long i and:! baby of Gainesville wen"!i Complaint tocne3George on the H plaintiff's Pierce. ail ', of $12,643. :
p. O. [
with'your purchase 'ofNlrH I Lucile Davis. :i j Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Stith I' weekend while enroute toi i Sunday visitors of }'1r. and'l Drawer 1030 Starke Florida, 2 Years As Council Chairman
I :, The major portion of offlee's -
1 Air and Airs. Thurman 'and family of Leesburg Va. Iceland to join Lt. Com. Mrs. Charlie Cowen. ; and file the original Answer or '
I pleading in the office of the', operating budget, $6,000,
Flippin and family of Nashville i 1 I spent Tuesday and Wednes- ;i Scott who has been transferred j j Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby' Clerk of the Circuit Court on i i ii : will go to purchase instructional :- :; Owns And Operates Own Business

'. Tenn. are visiting l1r.I day with Mrs. H. L. Brown- : there from Coronado for Jr. and family spent Thursday -i ii i 1 or before the 23rd day of Sep- ;' aids for teachers. The

HIGH FIDELITY I I and Mrs. Ilobbie Shaller and lee. )[ two years. jI j to Sunday with her par do.tember a Decree 1963. Pro If you Confesso fall to will so ,'athletic department will get

: family several days this week. i iI }I I Mrs. Emma Badman andj i I Miss Louise Stern returned ,, ents. Mr. and Mrs. H.V.. j I be taken against you for the I I I $ .OOO, the library [as stated Believes In Starke Progressing And
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith' j relief demanded in the Com
Tuesday after spending the Townsend in Atlanta Ga. i
I Airs. N. L. Woodburn and plaint. previously $1,000, and the office -
and family spent Sunday atij I II summer at the Aspen Music They were accompanied by I I'Mr *
daughters. Candy and Sarah. Done and ordered at Stance I|i $3.243.The Not Standing Still
I and Kathleen Thomas spent I'I) Daytona Beach and Deland. School, Aspen, Colo where ', Crosby's sister, Mrs. ElI Florida this 28th day of Au- |', instructional aids fund

automatic .c phonograph I Sunday at Daytona Beach. I Mrs. C. A. Sanborn of Lake she studied with Grant Jo- mer Jones, who boarded a jet 1 i i ii gust. A.Charles D. 1963.A. Darby I' does not include the school

wit" 4'pe.d" //- wj' Worth is visiting her daugh- i hannesen, concert pianist. plane in Atlanta for her Ij I I Clerk Circuit Court yearbook gym clothes pictures Your And
Vote On
i McRae is rela-
,.'ord changer Billy visiting ter, Mrs. Harry Mooty, and|I Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss !j home in Los Angeles, Calif. '!I Bradford County, Florida insurance, textbooks or Support
lives in New York City this By Dorothy W. Failing ,
i family this week. Walter S. Lillian Stump will spend the i Airs. Jones had spent the past Deputy Clerk materials for special courses, ;'

&l week. I I Vanderlip of Decatur, Ga., weekend with Air. and Mrs. !!!I month with her parents, A. L.i George H. Pierce I-class or club dues, or admission Sept. 10 Will Be AppreciatedPd.

I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mat- will be Thursday night guest I II W. H. Thomson Jr. and family Crosby Sr. and the late Mrs. ;, Attorney for Plaintiff' to class or club sponsored -
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hews and children of Gaines- :J I I of the Mootys. I in Monticello. I I Crosby. I Ii I (SEAL) social functions, Casey; Pol. Adv.

ville were Sunday evening I 1'| Donald Winters of Hatties- Misses Susan Slade and !i Air. and, Mrs. Elmer Thomas ': said.
dinner guests of Air. and Mrs. "
I burg, Miss. is visiting her
Barbara Blankenship will return and children and Mark

GarJ Mathews. I mother, Mrs. Charlotte Winters -! to their sophomore year I i Hamilton were in Hartwell I Ii

Buddy Crawford entered St. and Dr. and Mrs. H. G.I at Jacksonville University this '! Ga. from Saturday to Wednesday -
Vincent's Hospital on Monday Bollinger this week. I Ij ,-tfS-
visiting relatives. ic
ueekend. j !
... ijuhj
for observation and treat- Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Hew- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefa-I j'I Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion -!, 111 EJ

ment. ett and family of 1306 Pratt nelli and sons, :Miss: Elissaii .| and family were vaca- J

Mr. and Mrs. Cary Naz- Street moved to Okeechobee i Stefanelli. and Jim Biggs of |j tioning last week at their ,II _

i worth of Jacksonville are I on Tuesday where Mr. Hew-I Jacksonville were Sunday I I cottage on Hall Lake, and al-I :

moving back to Starke and ett was transferred by the I I' spent a day at St. Augus- :j .Uo'', ..VW"* *, ,
visitors of Air. and Mrs. Hen $ yV..> ." < ''1!.<. r "
ChORDETTE have rented a home at 825 Hercules Powder Co. The'i iI : Stefanelli. tine Beach. I II. *,A' ,..: 'i". .4V.1! : ; '' :' ': .
.. ry I II : {t ;;: A'. '? ":. l ,"
Model compact KP370QNewstyle luggage :. Cypress Street. Hewitt. home was purchasedby 1 Mrs. Gayle Renfroe of Keystone Mr. and Mrs\Ho eAiorei'! ,..."" .' .!, ,',.,,-..-(.,, ;;I '. *, t':! Y. ,., '# '/ Atr.- 't* ,,.,
: I I. ".' : .... : i" : ,
covering portable.with Charcoal Walnut veneer vinyl.:: Miss Linda Kay Sale spent Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dock-, Heights and Edmund I dock and family'-of' Miami "" ...,-.$,w't. '.
-. front panel. Featur ngamaz. the weekend with Miss Judy 'i stader. I Tenly of Starke were local i!: and Mrs. Joe Wilson returned I iI .
I lug MltI'O-ouch 2G Tone Arm. Mrs. W. B. Alexander and : from two weeks Choose. tJj firsttjnut
: admittances I Sunday vacation
Anderson in Jacksonville. I I Miss Wilma Alexander visited : to Bradford I j ji i fg NoEtrciCostJr ( !
j in Waynesville, N. C.t :
Miss Jean Mundy was visit i County Hospital this weeK. I II' I t ,
129.95 I Mrs. L. B. Alexander in Wal- I I; The Moredocks spending /' ;,if.<. ,t f jSKvy6 .. .
Eston Jordan are : .
medical .
: was a _
ing Miss Josephine Jones in I I' ,.-. :; Y... _i : '; ,. .., .
do Tuesday. this week at Lake ,.-.
Jacksonville over the weekend. patient in the hospital from i(: <1 '".. .. d ->..
Supply Limited After a month's vacation, All's. Lucile Davis and Mrs. i i Monday to Wednesday. -t before returning to Miami. i| r ] 1Q0.rFpaifji. Rubber :
Gladys Weldon of Starke, orJnnerspnngor l? ;: <
T.r .
Miss Mundy returned to Tal- I Rev. and Mrs. S. J. Grady I( Mr. and Mrs. Charles ..... ; .; ; ".
lahassee Monday where she and Steve Weldon of Mac- have returned from a vacation -i!' Beasley and two grandchildren .... ; .1t. f V'J!t'r-- .wJ '. \. ...t.< \ Iv
f .
: ?
"* ;
is employed with the City clenny attended the Smith-I 1: in Monson and Dover- I 1, of Haines City spent ,t .it"? .. /.... "-"'-,. .... *<.:.r' El'n:.'.: Double: Size: ,>,, *.',..'t-}. /... ::":, "',.1lfr:2 1-; : ;;:f ll.;tt..

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Recreation Department. Atchley wedding in Gaines- I Foxcroft, Maine. I Tuesday to Thursday with .;' ,. ... .' '?: .l'A' : ....< .: -. .J : ,,1
; : .
: "
ville Saturday night. I Mike and Paul Faber re- Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. '\,' -<< 'seq,' r ,,," c :t A <' 11.

IiAY'S Johns Sen. and returned Mrs. Charley E. I Lt. Odessa Thomas has .j I turned Aug. 18 after a week 'I II 'J. W. Kincaid. I ..:". .' # !: \ -'" .. '" Mattress or .Box, Spring Jrt :'" .: >.J ,:
Thursday "
I been the guest of her mother ,, at. ,7'I' 5* ? < l! 1.,. .. 'fj.!
from two weeks' vacation in I visit with relatives in Miami. ,;fj. Y' ./ ..' .f-. ;.J;U ::: ? -,1- .... ," "w ,. '

Honolulu. Hawaii. I for the past two weeks. Their cousins, Freddie and Recent BirthsMr. ...,. ... Jf:, /" ,-..;. .:-f..J'. '' ".. 'p" \\IS / .j ..'Ji'" ..' :(. .., ,"tf.1 '
I Miss Geraldine Gay entered 1 f" f. ,!$ > .
John Dale Simmons, came" .f ." / "- ; '. oi. / ,' :" .{ .
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson : her freshman year at Central and .' 'lif." ,' .r w. "" .'
home Mrs. 1\\
j with them for a visit. Lewis Mann 'f ... :: ""' '" ,
Home Appliances visiting relatives in!I E-. .ti: ', ;"
Florida Junior College in Oca- Starke, a' Ella Lor- ,, : : ', .
1- Misses Virginia Edwin Kathy daughter : ;:M 4!<. Lt, .
:355 N. Temple Lakeland. Lake Wales and la this week.Suzanne I 1 Clamp and Pat Diorio j raine, born Aug. 17 in the _";.?. f'. ,iii "' \i: ".. ."" .,,J" ,'::1r. : j' ,
', '" .. "
Auburndale on Sunday and",I Bickner returned! student nurses of Oranga I! J. Hillis Miller Medical Center I .", ft" 11 1>;-; '. OUR' '. ;.r 81,
;: To "
to her home in Fort Lauderdale I \
1 General Hospital Orlando,1 Gainesville.Maternal l't" .,
Alonday.I I ""' '' (< ..' .. ,' -. 11

a.I Monday after a week'svisit I spent several days recently,II grandparents are Mr. and i .......... .'. 'f i: Pr'!. ',
;;. ,i.. .! '
> :
with her aunt, Mrs. C. "" .L.,, ,j.;
with friends in Chattahoochee Airs. Harold \,-.1... < ?"" I
I Johns of Starke. 1+i'f', ...: '' !
D. Williams. and Savannah, Ga. ,_t i. ". \0
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Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- I ..,.m S ';1 f'" iii" I 'I""" .
.1 I Mr. and Airs. Herbert Dah! Bradford County Hospital ,. ver aDe .:
Appreciate .
thews and daughter, Betsy, and Mrs. Mabel Braden of: announces the following : IIr 'I. J(1 'J.f0V

attended a district meeting of .. ,.. :
.tJ.'h" ;;
:, Jacksonville Mrs. Virginia births: : ; (
', .d
the Florida Press Association I IMr. ... :;
and too
McGuire of ,
Orlando and Mrs.
.. .
and Airs. Andrew -., ;[{ "
I .
in ,
b.r ". Tallahassee last' Saturday. Errol Alvarez of Starke spent' Eaves j ... ...}'\: J(?t..ft. ". :
Mr. and Mrs. George Lee Starke, a son, tit" '
| the weekend at the Braden'Cottage
The confidence j... of Houston, Texas, and :; at Sand Lake.I' Andrew Jay, Aug. 21. | G"- : ; ;";

lT4 1 Franklin Lee of Lake Mary,!|' Mrs. Marian Moyer was an Chesser Mr. and, Starke Mrs., Jerry a daughter Leslie, !I INN E S P R I N : FOAM RUBBER

Shown in spent one day last week with overnight guest last Monday .
me Elise
Aug. 23-
the former's grandfather, ;; of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Erwin
Rev. S. J. Grady. i i Jr. at the State Farm while Mr. and Airs. Willard Edwin I Quilted Inside and Outside It 'S NEW! 100% Foam Rubber

.by the Citizensof Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond i I: enroute to Greenwood to visit Sheila Wynn, Starke, a daughter 100% cotton,? "Layer-Quilted" inside. Allergy-free, completely reversible

i visited :Mr. and Mrs. J. her mother Airs. E. B. Erwin Gale. Aug. 27. t Diamond quilted cover outside. ,
I I can either .
k J. Moore and'family in W y- jSr. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Lee Only you sleep on side.

Starke cross, Ga. over the weekend.I Airs. W. H. Ford of Cocoa Starling, Lawtey, a daughter. Dynaflex Unit
: Aug. 27.NOTICE.
l' Susan Hazen of Gainesville and Mrs. J. H. Fields of Steel
l lace construction, firm, level
is visiting her uncle and aunt. : Starke returned last Thurs- ,, and 5 Diamond quilted cover for comfwt
adjusts "sleeper's weightCljmatized 7
Mr. and :Mrs. V. V. Hazen' day from two weeks visit with and durability.Bodybracer! .

allowing to for re-election to this week. The Hazens visited Mr. and Mrs. George Powellin NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE \ I for MATT*ESS'OK '
} me run JAKE : that the un- _FloridaDesigned I
It! F. Hazen in Alachua Gen. : Newton., N. C.. dersigned administrator will '. -:-- BOX SUING Box Spring .

to our City Council without opposition, I eral Hospital on Wednesday.Jim Miss Virgina Erwin and south sell at public auction at the I 'foV the'SoOtrtenr) "Climate Reinforced edges and center coils

l that the citizens of Starke have Glore of Jacksonville five classmates of Luke's front door of tbe County i to be mildew-proof and odor-free.
feej you, St. Court' House
in Starke, Bradford Black Label . $39.95 stay firm and level for real comfort:
.' .I
was a guest of George Pat- Hospital were dinner guests County Florida, at I2:0 ,
the and I
me compliment .
clock '
ten Jr. last week. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. noon Monday, September GoIdLabel.$59.95Gold !
1: 9, 1963, to the highest bIdder .
am' ,humbly grateful for your trust and Mr. and Mrs. G P. Swailsof Bryan Erwin, Wednesday 1 for cash, subject to 1963- I ; : "t

confidence.! It encouraging to know thatI Camilla, Ga. and Mrs. Beu- evening taxes the following property ,
I known as Michigan Ranch sit- on White Decorator Print Cover
have your support in efforts to lah Saxcn were Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green: ,. uate on RQad 100 In Bradford I .

my guests of Mrs. Bertha and children and Mrs. J. H.I County Florida, to-wit Beautiful floral print design on snowy white background. '.
scrc'yo'u, in the, best. way I know how.It Pearce. Airs. Saxon remained : Fields visited Mr. and Airs. I j! The SW% of S\\ i of NE'. ;
of Sea
10. Tw. 7 South, Rg.
with Mrs. Pearces for a visit. | Charles Fields in Jacksonville 22 East, together with the .
I .
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson on Sunday. I tenements, hereditaments and :
has been a pleasure to work with ; appurtenances and the t you and
daughter, Sally, and Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. nishings, fixtures and equipment -

and for you in every phase of our community and Mrs. David Lawson and Blackburn of Greenville N. : S Repels water or oil borne stains

daughter, Cindy, visited rela- C. James Frederick : as a unit subject to confirmation -
life-from Recreation, in which by the county judgeM OTCH6ARDI Resists soil and
tives in Georgia over the blackburn and son Scott, of :; court of Bradford County. Florida dirt

I have always been vitally interested- weekend.Mrs. j Miami, Mrs. Delphia White i 'this August -%8th. 1963. 1111. ...a fiuorochemical fabric treatment that gives '
is-A. J. Thomas
to.the mores riou3 phases of city govern L. H. Outlaw and sons.1 and daughter. Mrs. Eva Gornto -(i t -&B Administrator de boal BOB STAIN I REPELLER protection available from no other faltfi. .

and Mrs. R. H. Outlaw of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harvey -' cum testamento annexo .t
ment. I that interestsare 'I
assure you your Hollis V. Knight .
Jacksonville spent last weekin and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy -
Attorney .
my interests, and will welcome, at Union City Tenn. and the Johns and son Tom of Starke, Florida for Administrator, i

any time, your suggestions and advice Smoky Mountains. I i i Jacksonville were weekend |! 8-29 It .

'- community betterment. I T. H. Slade was in Lakeland :, guests of Carr Colley. |!, I. The Cimit Oar Of 'ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"
from to Sunday '' Florida. Eighth Judicial Circuit.
I Thursday Waldo Thompson and Miss "
!. Aid 'F., Bradford
ii i attending the State L. Judy Ellington enjoyed a {'_afT. 'Ia ('It..ffrT.

.' ":. SINCERELY P. Gas Association meeting. ,, trip to Jacksonville Saturday RUTH ilARLEXE CLEilOXS,

: { Hallie Seymour returned to afternoon and a visit to Gold Plaintiff-TS- DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

the University of Florida Head Branch State Park Sunday RICHARD EUGE.VE CLEMOXS

JOHNS Tuesday. afternoon. I i j Defendant, .

: RUBY Mrs. G. L. Farter returned 1 Miss Sue Morris of Pompano .. DIVORCEAOTICK I
Saturday from two weeks Beach is visiting Mr. and TO: Richard Eugene Cl.:mon I'434' W. CALL STREET PHONE 964-1321

visit with friends in Poland. Mrs. S. G. Denmark this week. : residenceand address tmkjjown I
You are hereby notified that
N. Y- Gary Farber spent ths Mrs. J. T: Edge and chil- I,
a complaint for divorce has
Pd.. "Makers of the famous Air
Adv. Spring Back-Supporter
two weeks with Charles Libby dren returned Thursday froja bi-.a flied against .y&u, and yea Mattress"
are required to sErve a : in Orlando. two in- .
I weeks Wadley Ala. ",I your Answer or pleading the I. -


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1 Rehearsal SupperFor I ----- Rehearsal Dinner I opelousos InfantChristened Virginia Erwin I Y'( .

Of Francis-Hardy I I.-. --. For Hodge-Bates ]Is[ iTo Graduate '- :' !

Al; I Wedding PartyMr. I ., _t ; 4 .'4ir -". Wedding Party rJ I Little Katherine Stella j From St. Luke's \

1 i 4 !! Kopelousos[ daughter of Mr. I|
ucatef GI& I and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Following the wedding ,and Mrs. Johnny Kopelousos !I Miss Virginia Erwin. daughter iI I
I 'I hearsal last Friday night, of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryan
wif t I were hosts at a delightful supper of Ala. I !
-i I Birmingham. was
i _n ?j OTf FIIE l I party last Thursday eveni'j i i1j ...- I Mrs. Vernon Peacock of Jacksonville christened Sunday afternoon '!' Erwin of Raiford, is a member ,i

r { ing honoring :Miss Charlen I I I entertained at a re- ': in the St. John the Divine of the graduating class

I weml L i Hardy and Charles Francis i i hearsal buffet dinner in the ;Greek Orthodox Church inacksonville : of St. Luke's Hospital of Nursing : I

following their wedding rehearsaL I-i j'i banquet room of the Univerj, with Father Paul !i in Jacksonville. The ; j ; II
I graduating ceremonies. The
ae sity Inn Gainesville honoring
i iI "
: Apostotakos officiating. Gus I
10( i: : I Pink and white flower arrangements r-. ,--. -I 1P ________________ : her son James Hodge, and ;, .Kopelousos was the godfather. be held Friday night Sept. :.e..:,

If were used in decorating -i : j i his fiancee, Nancy Lee Bates. '! Following the christening ;' 6, in the Prudential auditorium -a. :
St the Hardy home on E. I / : k II I i Centering the T-shaped ta--: M: r. and Mrs. George Kope- ;>: in Jacksonville. %' -

; Call Street for this occasion. 1- ble was a long, low arrangement ]lousos entertained at A 1960 graduate of Brad- I.'
ce: $- ___ ( a family
The buffet dinner was servedin ___ I .: ford High School, Miss Er- .
white ,
of pink and fringd; '
party in the Pecan -, : .. .- .
the dining room from an ; ed carnations orchid gladioli, win entered the threeyearI h.t0f.) ."
:Room of the Garden Restau-,. ".. "
;tie | attractively appointed table '4, -. and pompoms. Each place setr J Enjoying the affair were : educational program at St. .I .\': -f.: ,"<- .I I. ,
.. '
tiQ which was covered with an ting was marked fcy a silver ]Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kope- Luke's in September 1960. J i .1f f". t"jJ; ; ; i \

tis imported white linen cutwork place card to which was attached : :lousos< and daughter .Gus I In addition to being active 'z.4.S i,,'-': ", ,.' ,' ..

cloth and centered with a I II a miniature ring encircled j J opelousos[ Mrs. E. D: Ramos in various extra-curricular ; ", ,ft.,..<,-.-.-=-L_ 'f.. k: "

I silver soup tureen holding an by a small bow. At : ] and daughter. Miss Mary ,i co-editor in her j junior year.

J jp: $ I arrangement of pink and intervals along the three tap:( amos of Jacksonville Miss!: hospital and university pro- j After graduation Miss Li' -

'i white roses, pompoms, mums I bles were pink and white ;( :Maria Costan of Charlottesville -: grams, Miss Erwin has been win plans to work in.psychiatry ; -

and leather leaf fern This gladioli florets interspersed Va., and Mr and Mrs ,: editor of the school yearbook i and ,psstbtjoifl the AuCorps. '

1 was flanked by :silver candel- with fern. Charles Darby Mr. and Mrs. ': during her ..senioryear, aad: :-
abra with pink tapers. All The 34 guests included ; J. R. Wainwright Mr. and r' .

the appointments were of ;. .); members of the wedding par-i ]Mrs. .Gene Shaw, and Dr. p
;It ... Faxon of Gainesville, former
: Recent Birth
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held tall I
silver. The buffet a I .. f"I of the immediate i';and Mrs. Pete Jeloer"! v
k' f,1' ; ';. ty, members j ... Starke residents, to Miss:
: pink and white flower ar ,>",.J. .", .' .-:'. families, and out-of-to\\lty .... Cherry Ward of Gainesville.1!'
.. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H.
rangement. I ." A .-
FaxonWardWedding .
'If )- T. I guests. \ The wedding will take place
of Jacksonville annoum--1
Guests seated at sis i ,
were I
;: .tne dinner the
; : : Ti. jYiii'' > Friday evening, Aug. 30 at 8
V. tables in the family room 'J, ; .. .1' groom-to-be Friday : the birth of a son Scott
presented his
': """ I p. m. in the Church of Christ:
where bridal marked '" I ; Alan, on Aug. 24 in St Vin
placecards ', } '
'.1 MZI groomsmen with initialed tie-
."", _i+: ) | 39th Gainesville. :
the seating arrangement I : ;.<_"" .. -. ... .A !'. ',,',--' :-,.'...;:. tacs. Announcement is being avenue. ,: cent's Hospital. Maternal
C"i: ., J. ]made of No invitations are being issued -
for the 32 guests. The ,-' .. .. ._ ':' 'f"''"" \it approaching
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bride'b ,,,,.,'.;Hffi. '. ,: ;b'II marriage of William [ but all friends and rela- grandparents are Mr. and
table was centered by I <:: :'.';. .-''' '' CYF MembersSwimPicnic Buddy] of the invited H. M. Richarde of the
and white Gazebo topped" by I \-N'. .' ." : ; \ Faxon, son of Mrs. Bessie tives couple are I I Mrs.
;,!.' \ -i.. ::::-; '. ,
-, to attend. State Farm
t \\two love birds and surrounded ... --T':':.: .. :. J.: _' Have I- -.'"

tv a garland of leather leaf

\ : F1n. Miss Toni George, Michael, }JJ: 1r Members of the Christian : jr jrj f jjrJ7J Irya

Quests included the bride. Vows In J D ., ona Beach Youth Fellowship enjoyed an J xyIfetTx
; I'\ Exchange .
; aiX groom members of the! _1- all-day swim party and picnic 1 6 BOOK
: now 1 1I
:' we .
ents .J5'I a wedding trip to South '
> ,
Mr and Mrs. CharlesHardyafld 1 of .' Camp Blanding last Saturday. !
1.r: M ...1 Ormond Florida. The bride is employ- I r/f.l COVERSWITH
from out-of-townj|I i Donald' .Mffiiael: Chaperoning the 20 young
: ;t fjc Mr. an\ Mrs. Sam McGauley r j Sh.of Patrick j I; ed in the laboratory at Halifax folk were :Mrs. Virgil Jordan,

; : WL of Jacks ville.-:Mrs. G, E. Mc-.fjf i M?. and Mrs.Holly L. C.Hill Adams son of of'j'1 District Hospital, and .Mr. I sponsor, MrsDan Harley, $J.50 PURCHASE OF
r Gauley o't\f-alatka. Mis &? Flynn. is with General Elec '
lores JI 'dy.\of GaiiAesser of id ;. Starke, exchanged vows In a I; tric. I I and gett. Rev. and Mrs. Bob Bad- : s;;. c : REXALL SCHOOL SUPPLIES'Adjustable. -r.

I candlelight service at St. i
Mr. and'MrCJ i
j I nllr M traft: n n....r ,.AAr. .. tn. nrnt l'tlnll' r 'Ipi'i, "/\tItl!'
Keystone H l h( James Episcopal Church, _M'M '" .... ..M. .... .... I"V"'V. JVV' .....'VWI "VVI\/ .

Charlene I :serving, Mrs. H.wenAssistiYe'Hardy M. i I j I Daytona Beach on Wednesday -;; Theodosia Atchley Weds Wm. C Smith : 4 Colorfully illustrated.

I Hardy, Charles E. Francis Jr.,' ,Mrs. A. Russell I evening, August 21. Path-i In Gainesville Methodist :1 f7yyfrYLMi
United In er William E. Martin Ceremony s s sss / fI-
First Baptist Church Norman, and Mrs. John Green. MHBI BW 'V BH BPHONE
the double ring cere-

uss Joyce Charlene Hardy. mantel was enh.rJ, !.iwitha HarringtonpabstWedding mony. by illusion a headpiece net was held of chantilly in place .

daughter of Mr. and Mrs'Charles ''fan-shaped *fangement' of .. The bride was given in + PhAHe DRUG STORE
lace, and she carried a nose-
Hardy became the' whit i"' Pons. English stockand PartyEntertained marriage by her uncle, Boycs I
bride of Charles Ernest Francis gladioli, balanced by single Burgess of Jacksonville. She i _,? ';.4 __ gay of. white roses.A

Jr.. son of 3ir, dna Mrs. silver candle holders with wore a full length dress of gown of mauve rose chiffon Un LIIII 969-1431

Charles Ernest Francis of white tapers decorated with Chantilly lace and lace over silk was
Mrs. Gladys Harrington. entertained featuring aj WE DELIVER
Woodbury. Tenn. in a beautiful white florets. I worn by the bride's mother, --
basque bodice, trimmed with : -
wedding ceremony at 8 p'clopk at a rehearsal: Cupper ] with matching accessories. V/F GIVE
S & H
The bride's table was coverE'dIWith Friday evening Aug. ,,16, sequins and seed pearls. The'!; I GREEN STAMPS
Saturday I 1
evening Aug. 24, in a full white Mrs. Leonard F. Smith Jr., :
the First organdy lace honoring her son Mario bouffant skirt was made of" .'
Baptist Church, cloth and centered by five- 741 sister-in-law of the groom,
Starke. Rev. Wilson a I and his fiancee. Miss Maxi:\tiers of scalloped lace dotted : I
F A. Hogan, tiered wedding cake decorated I was attired in a blue silk ;
pastor, performed the Jo Pabst, following their wed- ith iridescent sequins case -j
nuptials.The with white :
with gown
orchids accessories
and roses. This ,
ding rehearsal. The supperwas ing into a full ruffled
altar was framed againsta and a pink rosebud .
was flanked by two fivebranchsilver corsage.
at Biser's
given HollidayInn chapel sweep. Her elbow ,
half-diamond backdrop of candelabra decorated 1 A reception was given by
brilliant in Jackson- lengto veil was attached to a j
Southern '
green magnolia with of white the bride's parents at the
arrangements ville.
pear \ taled headpiece
\vhichj i iI
leaves flanked
on the I carnations. The two circular The U-shaped table held formedX Hotel Thomas. Mrs. T. Lynn
a small i
sides a crown in the
and auxiliary by lighted candelabra.candle trees The I punch tables were covered with large center arrangement of I center., >fihe carried a ,cas- ': Smith and Mrs. Betty Bell I
double aisles of the church flowered organdy cloths and white mums stock gladioli, cade bouquet of pink sweet- [ invited the guests into the t

were emphasized by the centered by crystal punch bowls and asters, and on the two heart roses, and white rUffled ", 1 Spanish room which was decorated -I
decorations. of individual pew around which were garlands of arms of the U-shaped table carnations. centered with I with white gladioli,

lightings ivy. I were smaller, similar arrange- a white hid. smilax, and palms. I
of candles atop an arrangement .or .. .
,'.' ',-,". ,' -,', -
Guests were greeted at the ments. Down the length of The bride's table : -, --- -- .' ', '
of Southern mag- I I Miss Elaine Hartman, maid was. cover- -- .- '- -, -" ,-.,-- .
door by Mrs. J. E. Hardy auntof I the two end tables was ed with a white cloth and i ,D -U' G, T :
nolia tied with large bows of a garland I of honor, wore a royal blue I .- ., :. Q: B} i
the bride and in I of centered with the -- _.
SIlk ribbon. standing ivy interspersed with I peau satin sheath with a* long I i bridal cake, - -'--- --}

Mrs. R. A. Green. organist, the receiving line were the i I white carnations. I detachable overskirt whichfastened T : --.1, balanced by brass candle :

rendered bride and groom, the bride's The groom presented his sticks circled with FULL-COLOR 500 SHEETS
nuptial music as the with a slide drape I greenery I-4h-- A
guests assembled and I parents and the bridal party. attendants with sterling silver 1 iLk: The two punch tables were '
accom- and bow accent. She carried i) WORLD
panied Dr. Calvin J. Houpt, so- I! Mrs. C. J. Houpt and Mrs. A. money clips during the a cascade bouquet of white I ., |I also laid with white cloths and' -" ''& GLOBE FILLER PAPER

loist, who 'sang "Because," Russell Norman cut the bride's evening. the crystal punch bowls were L ,
i i"Whither mums tipped with blue. : .;i7J Beautiful 10" globe! cnmetal 8 x 10%' sheets with 'S -
Thou Goest," and I cake, and Miss Dorothy Hardy, The 32 guests included the encircled with greenery. :.;. .-
The Lord's Prayer." j j cousin of the bride kept thebride's bridal party the immediate The bridesmaids Miss Cy- Cutting the cake base. With time 5-hole punch, I to fit "
'! book. Assisting in serving -I families, and out-of-town vette Flowers and Donna Williamson were Mrs. dial, globe! book- tJ 0 2 or 3-ring binders 89c
William David Hurse attended I George M. Rariden Sr. of. let J.70SPECIAL
and caring for the guests. wore dresses identi-
the groom as best man, and : guests I' Gainesville and Miss Carolyn
Mrs. L. cal to the maid
were H. Jennings, Mrs. of honor'sbut
the ushers were Chase Hardy, McCardell of New York City.. IT1y f/jr, ,
.John Greene, Mrs. Vernon Sil- Judy I In French blue. The
brother of the bride CauffmanHas [ Others '
G. E. Met t ; assisting in serving
Gauley. uncle of the bride, WilI I',I cox Mrs. R. A. Green Jr., Mrs. Swim headpieces were small roses I: were Misses Edith Renna and 1 ff BINDER COMBINATION' 11 '

lis Chesser I'H.I M. Hatcher. Mrs. L. F. Din- Party with velvet leaves and short
and John Manning. .._ _,_ ____._ Jacquelina Galland of New'
: : :1 '"'- rI
Miss Dolores Hardy served ,*Charles: kins Mrs.Darby J. ,H.Mrs.Dennis Randal, :Mrs. ;On I 16th Birthday 1 the vcuo.maid.liicu of' .uuwcifi iua.ic.Licu The marriage of Miss Theo- j I I York City; Mrs. Ernest Rob- Vinyl binder, SO sheets filler 101

her cousin as maid of honor in honor's dosia Atchley of Gainesville bins, Mrs. Robert Mullin Miss: : 5 index tabs and
I t paper
a becoming peacock blue street {I I.i Chitty., and Misses Jayne Hardy -!I Miss Judy Cauffman cele- Vikki Hill, sister of the and William Constant Smith: Bertha Atchley of Knoxville,: L i 36,000 word dictionary: a i
: Sally Sink Kay Dennis Pat brated her 16th birthday Saturday bride
!length dress of i I was flower girl and of
If organza over ,: Humphries, Cookie Mathews I Starke was solemnized at'j i Tenn.: and Mrs. James E. OREEN
taffeta, with a fitted bodice and I and Henree Lou Dennis. afternoon with| a swim I wore a dress of royal blue 5 p. m. August 24. in the First McCardell Sr. of Ormond STAMPS

V neckline, elbow length sleeves -! party and hamburger fry at'' peau satin. She carried a: Methodist Church in Gaines-I Beach. Mrs. Carolyn Cellon '

and pleated skirt. She car- After spending some time Kingsley Lake.Following baskets with white mums tipped vIne I
with their I was in charge of the bride' .
lied a cascade arrangement of : guests the young the hamburgerfry in blue.L. Officiating for the
I ceremony and Chuck Cusic of St.: -
f deep. .pink. carnations.. puffs of : couDle left- on- a wef'k'- -- WM. the 20 young folk return-I C. Adams was his son'sbest was Rev. Adrian Little of Se- I SPECIAL PACK TOP.PUNCHFILLER ... .
I ding provided music for:
trip to points of interestin ed to the Cauffman
" matchIng tulle, ana satin no- I man, and ushers were bring, an uncle of the
the I,
bons. Florida and Georgia and tol I games, and refreshments in i Carl Watson, Frank Mason I I with the groom reception.The i %* TYPING ,PAPER PAPER
Mitche'Jassisting. :
:the home of the groom's parents I the Florida room. Hawaiian I f couple left for a wed !
Serving bridesmaids j
were and Gene -
Miss Janet Hardy, cousin of the j,! Woodbury, Tenn. The .I theme was attractively carried of Jacksonville Guerra. David, nephewof Adams I.i I The bride. is the daughter. of i ding trip to South Florida. I, .EIII::: 200 sheets, plus, 10 Whit AU FOR 200 sheetr, 8 z P CIC. ''
bride chose paper carton IOV4-, with 2 boles
bride, Miss I for traveling a blue out in the decorations and For traveling the bride
Charlene Chesser, < ; the bridegroom Mr. 'and wore a .
and Miss Anne Elder. Attend-| !' linen suit with white accessories the young ladies attending bearer. ,. was ring- Gainesville Mrs. Mell Atchley of I green silk suit with a pink. -- papers. 8&* x 66t at top for ringed 47 '
and the bridegroom's -. 11".
ing as junior bridesmaids were complemented with an were smartly attired in grass lace hat and dark green ac binder.
; Following
the parents are Leonard
Carol Hardy sister of the bride, 'orchid 1 corsage. After September skirts and leis futher carrying ceremony a cessories. After ,tZ:( fLZ "
F. Smith September 15 f I 22
and [ 2 they will be at home at, reception was held in the Sr. of Starke, and ,172:(I 1' 1 2
June out the theme.
Hardy niece of the the
couple will return
I the to Bogota
late -
parish hall. Mrs.: Smith. :
bride. All [ i i Kingsley Lake. Assisting in serving PEN
attendants were POINT
wore I Among those Mrs. Taylor H. Kirby Jr., organist -, Colombia where the' BALL SUPERand /
gowns identical to that of the 1 The bride is employed by the Judy's mother Mrs. Pat Caufi !- attending the .
honor attendant, and carried I Thomas and Pierce law firm i fman and Mrs. Emma Bad- wedding from Starke were presented the -wedding groom is employed by the' \ PENCIL SET PENCIL/

the same cascade arrangements i i and Mr. Francis is associated I II man. Mr. and Mrs.- Jerome ];:,pwsic.and.George Mason sang Cities Service Petroleum Cor- j 30 PACK III fl
the "
"Lord's poration.
!with the Bradford and Mrs. Sue Williams.Mr. I Prayer. I II school pencil
County Pub- of blue, 1
The bride given in marriageby lie School I I and Mrs. Flynn are The' altar was decoratedwith' I \ Choice Qpeen.piyorvioet 1ellow, turquoisen Aui0 g&
her i System as principalof UXf
Southside PTA
gown of father.imported was lovely Chantilly in a: the Hampton Elementary To Meet ,'holdin-white. palms and cathedral candelabra tap-j Mrs. Geo. Winkler j \ with goldtone Uim. iS2'4j c: Pintl::: ,,'0 .;

School. Tuesday (/j
lace and de soie Honor Guest : '
peau worn L L i ers. White : ,
gladioli-and lIs
"pompomsmade -u
Among the Starling / N
poised over layers of starched out-of-town In CafetoriumThe of white asters At Stork Shower f 1' f
net and bridal taffeta. Her guests were Mrs. Harry Marshall Is ComplimentedAt :
encircled '
fitted bodice was enhanced by of Nashville, Tenn., sister Executive Committee of I Value" OR WORLD MAP
"Big PENCILus.
four,appliques of Chantilly lace. 'of the groom Mr. and Mrs. the Southside ElementarySchool Bridal ShowerMiss Mrs. James D. Owenby a Mrs. George Winkler was

Her sleeves were worn elbowlen."crth Jessie Francis and children of PTA met Monday, Aug. relative,of the bride, of Knoxville honored with a lovely stork / ZIPPER BINDERS

and her voluminousakirt ; Knoxville, Tenn., a brother of 26, at 2 p.m. in the school cafe- Sylvia starling. whose Tenn::, and Mrs. Vivian! shower Monday evening at L4Ci and BALL PEN PACK j

marriage to David Bibler of| Rariden Kesterson of Gainesville the home of Mrs. Fred Snell,; Vinyl-coated map
featured lace appliques in t the groom lr. and Mrs. Carl torium with Mrs. Maxie CarterJr. I 12 pencils with aciBINDERS
meALL f decorated, in 2
on88e 3-
front and in back terminatinginto ,Francis and daughter of Hammond presiding. Committee chairmen I Sarasota will be an event cfj i, were ,attendants 'of the given by Mrs. Snell Mrs. "I fin lead, a handy ring styles. Brass or '

a circular chapel length i Ind. and Mr. and :Mrs. I were introduced and plans Aug. 31. was honored at a1 I bride. Their gowns were James Rowe. Mrs. Randal t : ,, iii'rpener, eraser, 3 zipper 2 pockets, l39

train. Her bouffant veil of silk:: ,:Charles Lester of Murfreeboro started for the year's acthities. j miscellaneous shower given floor length aqua silk taffeta Chitty, Miss Della Rosenberg. 1 biili! point pens. waterproof tininf. ir

illusion was secured to a crown :Tenn. The first regular meeting i by Mrs. Donald T. Pemberton, made empire fashion and and Mrs. Frank Mitchell.

of matching Chantilly lace embroidered I -X JCMI will be held at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday '[ Mrs. C. H. Grier. and Mrs. they' wore headpieces of 'aqua Games were played ,by the -

. in seed pearls and I Farewell Dinner Sept. 3, in the school cafe- I II I James L. Crawford, all of net bows. Each carried a 40 guests during the party I 2 or 3 rlnj."Scrip Kolas"or"Kafiii! Emb uift "ttytef.! ucta_ __..98

sequins. She carried a cascade torium. The ten new teachers Gainesville. : nosegay of pink roses. t hours, 8 to 10 o'clock, and FILLER PAPER .

bouquet of Snow Song orchids; For John Linns will be introduced at this meeting The party was given In the j J The bridegroom had "as his!:, rwere awarded to Mrs. 3OOsbeets,3or5.hoepunc.! _ _...59

and lilies-of-the-valley. and James Hobbs, the i attendants; hisS brother, Leon-; j FILLrK TABLET
j principal Robert ,
I Church of God social hall: j Mullins Mrs. Georg- 300 ih iaets,5-toe! puncta,aids; mitt .69
Mrs., Hardy chose for her Mr. and Mrs. John Linn will explain some of the annex in Gainesville. The refreshment -|I J ard F. Smith Jr. of Florala,'_Roberts, and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. FILLER

daughter's wedding a pink or- who moved to Miami on .:building: and expansion now I table was centered i i Ala. as best man, and the')I The refreshment table was BOCK IOCihMtJuiliardC8 r.WioI( ,punch. .- _.49

ganza gown over taffetaith Wednesday. were honored t taking place. ,;; ushers were Drew Reddish of :
atI i with a crystal punch bowl; i i covered with an imported COMPOSITION BOOK
matching accessories, complimented -. a farewell dinner party Monday I: Sirs. Charles Zipperer, membership 4 I Starke; William Crews of' 100 wets, 'IIOh- brd cover__ ._._ .-_. .49
around which Italian linen
was a garland cloth with embroidered -
with a purple orchid I evening given by Mr. and chairman, will be ready {I'' Roanoke, Va:. William Agee BLUE CANVAS BINDER .
of lavender :
greenery and flowers and fruero9uillc.2or3rfr.p' 1.00
: cen- t-,
corsage. Mrs. Mike Sheppard Mrs. i to enroll prospective members. ', of New York City Robert IIf".' ,

Following the wedding a reception -. Kate Sheppard Mr. and Mrs. t!,All parents of Southside school flowers. At one end of the I Williams-of Bogota, Colombia. tered with a silver punch CLIPBOARD Pearloid maaonite with _smooth pastel! 1iiiih. 75

was held in the Starke Paul Hutchins and Mr. and children are urged to attend table was a miniature white'' -Wayne Aper of Oklahoma bowl around which were ceramic -

Woman's Club where several I J' Mrs. Jerry Gay at the home this important meeting. tree from which hung lavender -i, City. Ofrla.. and Thoma.I'Smith angels and florets. Silver POCKET: DICTIONARY
i if i 1.00
_. _
I hearts Jmia-Wmt".Le 0 _
and tiny white tr.fketr.lliJlc.
large arrangements of white f of the latter E. Call 1I I brother of the groom I trays and compotes held; r.

chrysanthemums English stock:: Street. on ]I ,: bells and in among the bran- The bride given in mar j f dainty cakes, nuts and mints. .,_. .-. '. _. -.- -, ,- ,
i THE RIGHT J :: =::;: : : -ii&
and gladioli were at'I' POINT for t' 'I'I'1r&1 1 I dies were a pair of love birds. riage by her chose 17/1) 'i.A; 'r'ES: _;:Jf: v' i..i :- cp'HiD"'D'i; tl m FJ:
father for' The
placed ; 'J The hosts gave the honored !I yon writ*. C.BM lay a.4ie.ct ,! The hostesses' hostesses presentedthe ;,-- .[ <1 t ( :S.. J:',,,, S'CQg: I.i }{: '7 ;,:--. .. ;f:;
points of interest. The receiving -. gift to the: her wedding: a gown of ivory honoree with a Port-a- I a
couple silver
line stood in compote as a1! Iar ftrorita ESTERJEROOK : bride was a set of lavender taffeta A,, OJ.tB; ijgIJG: S r-: I:1'
the lounge in 1 silk and chantOly lace. crib as memento of the occa- .. ; 'CR.l'Xa ; : :
front of the fireplace where the ,I memento of the occasion. 1 .Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. :I lingerie. -- i' The full flowing skirt fell into : sion. ,-- ,- .- -, .- --- ---- ,- _, ._,_!C-

1 a chapel trains Her..veil of I i-.: -- -- J- -


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--- -- ---. STaP.KE, FL0PtD4 -
D) -TT T TTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTYTT. YT T T TT ed "Help Your Child Be Ready'I I h\ : { ..' -I
MrJudd.Sl.! : Foods omy in buying inferior j and welcome to all to visit
for will be r C.
NEWS OF INTEREST TO Reading" presented j At Edwards express to our
S COLOREDC troceiy
for your information and ac- I -v grades of meats when you ;, their store, where free park
j our
i Services Held can have the best for less at ing facilities are always avail \V id friends
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY tion. All parents and guar- Provide* Lawson's. Having been in the able. Having been In business I neiu .anks for theirexpressions
dians and other
per- Energy For School Work :
Tues. meat producing and of
(By Elizabeth Grrens sons are asked to attend. Morning processing for many years, they need no he d
u ) Mrs. Sarah Morris will pre- I'' business for many, many, introduction to old-time residents in the loss of oar

i .........I..I..l.J..l..I..I..I..A..a.. .......... .. .. . . ... a.. a side Wednesday night the I Dillard Alphes Judd, '81, of! EDWARDS GROCERY, located years, the Lawson's have the but they are always Your
K ------------------ as I I classroom work as well as and husband.
to .
i give the housewife anxious to make new friends.
PTA president for the Starke, died last Friday in a i conveniently U. S. 301
3 School Activities all subjects in school and life's year. I I physical training on the ath- full value for dol- sses can never be for-
The Lawsons invite
I every j
. Pre-planning end Friday, work. We think in terms of Kindergarten To Open I Gainesville nursing home after South is now completely air your inspection
t. The i letic field. It 13 here that Ed- l lar spent on meat for the at any time of their a. The Joseph Starlingy.
r t v Aug. 30, and students will re- modernizing our homes by buy- Kiddy Kollege Kinder I I an extended illness. conditioned so that you may I
garten will open Sept. 3 with Mr. Judd was born in Put- for wards Grocery can be especially table.With j facilities and merchandu i1: .
I turn for the new term at 8:30: ing the latest equipment for I i shop groceries and meat in .
j a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3. Allj work and entertainment. Now registration at Allen Chapel nam County, Tenn. on Oct. cool comfort, no matter what helpful for they take Starke so many newcomersin They are confident you Ii;

j children entering the first grade we must think of helping our AME church, where the school 114 i 1882, and had made his I the temperature is outside.This great pride in the high quality Lawsons these days, the be convinced that no t tI

I j for the first time are asked to children to modernize the educational will be held this year. All par- home in Starke for many i iis just another. added conven- I and moderate prices of their: to take this opportunity,i,.I quality at no more reas .
f bring birth certificates. They methods by cooperating ents are asked to start regis- years. He was a retired brick jience that Edward Grocery is I.j; meats. You will have to extend a cordial greeting price can be found.

i must be six years old on or be-I with this effort this scajjl tering Tues. morning at 8:30.1 i. mason and a member of the |always on the lookout to pro- actually visit our meat de- : I .
I j fore Dec. 31, 1963. term. The fee has been ap- Mrs. Bessie Lee will meet you Baptist Church. Ivide for their customers. partment to appreciate the i .

Notice To Parents proved by the School Board. there. I' Surviving are his widow,I' And right now near the I full values that are offered Air Conltioned'GariiiRestaurants ; ; il

There will be a $3 fee for all ,Each parent is asked to have O.ES Notice( j Mrs. Celia Judd of Starke; opening of school -'is- the I EVERY DAY in the week

students who enter school this ,(the fee paid by Oct. 1. Dell Chapter- 168 OES will seven sons. Millard R. of :, time to get the "EDWARDS ; not just on weekend specials. .

year to cover work texts and 'JPTA Meeting Xotice resume its meetings at 7:30: p. Starke; Russell B., Clewiston; I Grocery habit" if you aren't I You will find it a distinct Serve
other supplies to help Diem I I The PTA of RJE High School m. Thursday, Sept. 5. All officers Robert F. Jacksonville; Shir- i already one of our steady cus- I pleasure and convenience to The ftYGEORGE fi\i

achieve the skills in reading !will meet at 8 p.m., Sept. 4 in and members arc askedto I' ley P., Dillard A. Jr., and : tomers. There are so many I shop at Edwards Grocery because I
that will be a carry over for i the cafetorium. A playlet call- be present and on time John P. Judd all of Orlando; ; new people in Starke and it; is outside the congested ,, KOPELOUSOS, theirgod/-" moderate "
for business of vital
importance. and Thomas C. Judd, in the i vicinity these days that we business district and ;'!'
Meetings will be held each; first ( proprietor of the GARDEN, price that he of-
i U. S. Air Force in the Pacific; i would like to take this opportunity parking is never a problem ves
and third Thursday nigh L We 1 RESTAURANT and the GUI George/ reasonable food

Id D.a Dnm B. t n m Ii are this planning do Janie better !I Hall six ,daughters Harriman, Mrs.Tenn.Audrey; Mrs. i, warm welcome'of to extending all to shop a pay and a no fine danger for parking of having over-ro'' DON RESTAURANT on U. S. fers to be the ft/ anywhere.quality con-of \\\\\\-\\1t\\\\\\\ \\ \\\

chell, WM; Rev. Damon 1Im-j, Millie Simmons, and Mrs. at Edwards' for groceries and time. Being outside the high':' 301 is truly proud of his sheen high the_
Lois Moore, both of Starke : meats where rent district *Tents used, I +
also 1
servIce WP. ; Jack and helps to keep, friends and customers, and the i

Rack To School Hop I' ville Mrs.; Mary:Mrs. Mitchell UawiviTJme, Jackson-!:t Gladys will make you feel I down overhead, and Edwards. he has good reason to be for n J restaurants portions served.have Both built I I \\\\\\V\\\\ dd nil t
at ; / l
Friday night, August 30, right home and help you Grocery passes this savings on,
bulle'tin'Ciov house, Ridgeville, S. C.; and-s i.uppv. i hundreds of them eat with reputation for !
: family to the /hviable
from 7 to 10 p.m. there will bea I your needs at you customer hi u '
.Mrs. Judy Brown, Keystone lowest cost him every day-home folks food, hospitality clean-
hop sponsored by the American ; ; V.UK no sacrifice the form of lower prices. i y M } 1
Heights; one brother, MelvinA. 1 in quality. I and tourists alike. g courteous waitresses I
in the Visit
Legion Auxiliary EDWARDS
Judd and a sister, Mrs. i Growing children 'Id. moderate prices.
Masonic Hall. Donation 15' and especially -I i this week and see if YOU The popular GARDEN,
F r eF Jake Whitson, both of Cooke- I is always o-
cents. All hoppers invited. !M those attending I don't agree it is the friend- where a pecan tree grow The GARDEN
$ Ruth Court Notice ville Tenn.; 29 grandchildren, school, need plenty of good: ,; liest, most convenient, and: right through the roof is en 1 on Sundays, and many

All members of Ruth Court I and 28 great grandchildren. j! fresh meat and vegetables to most economical place to shop,' popular, meeting place, a/f''amilies take advantage ofhis Tiii1r ,

18 are requested to meet at I Funeral services were held keep up", their strength forLAWSON'S in this area.Meat !> its beautiful Pecan Room t: service so that mother

w, 1 p.m., Sept. 4 in the Masonic k I Ij '. at 10 am.. Tuesday in Jones I! used by clubs, individuals, d c:an attend church with the >
Hall. Business of vital im f Memorial Chapel with Rev. organizations for bans rand est of the family and not k

i ; j,portance. Call all from 're I I W. E. Hall officiating. Burial t And Pro d i ,Q Needs{ Are I other meetings, ere; have to stay at home and + .

R I freshment to labor. Please govern '- was in the family plot in good food is served 11 leas1: fret over a hot stove.As \ ll '
1 M.A. :i Crosby Lake Cemetery under for the businessman, !
yourself accordingly. ant surroundings. / \ I
M.S.'Royal.Chm'ch I direction of DeWitt C. Jones: Filled By Lawson lYl l The GUIDON is I/ated a- where. could he get a meats better, //1 \
News Funeral Home. than a choice of '
I cross the street fro/the Gar- I ]Lunch i!il '
.. salad, and.1 l
,New BethfiLBaptist. Rev \ vegetables, iI'I
.aep. Both of then fine res- two .1I
MARKET &| our older citizens, who need : 85 cents I
for only "
New breads-all !
Englander I
i. COLD STORAGE, located I this extra supply of protein. I'I walking are WtWn, easyi friends at th! I I
Meet your l''
1-14t .t Motel ApprovedBy near the depot on Washing.ton I The friendly staff of Law-! i i school, so tint 01 the the Guidon. Enjo !
; yr 30Gal. Dearborn & invites instructors alb tud(?nt! and Garden or ;I
GroupThe St.. carries the finer line son's Market Grocery make the food and the good com
of fresh meats and meat pro- I parents of school chil- use of their facihtlpay

: HOT WATER New Englander Motel,' ducts always available at. dren to come in daily and select -1!i 'd en- pany.

l i I i mighty reasonable prices in! their meats and poultry! I
tl b iI north of Starke on U. S. 301, I
iI I these days of high costs. from a large variety of choice
I HEATER has been approved and accep- \ That's Oui
I this clean ASS <*
No school child's meal is cuts on display in G l nsness are at
t ted as a member of Superior "If It's Glass The biggest pen biugIna 4oing
really complete without soma and sanitary market.In ; t1. Have It" Mata Free FUL Coma,n
Motels Inc., Wm. H. Sum- the big tali Paper
I kind of nourishing meat being these day's it is essential CALL WRITE or "CIT; choose the color and style Paper Mate
I mers, owner-manager, an- included daily ror meat is that housewives shop where. FOR ,ANY ,GLASS NEEDSHEA'S pen you like best-get an extra refill tree I
nounced this week.
the body's source of pro-\ they will get the most value
I I To be eligible for affilia- tein. Diet and one GLASS CO.NOT
authorities also for money Van H Priest i
tion, a motel must meet high stress the importance of meatin ,I place you can be assured of .
are standards of facilities and op the daily fare of adults -, doing this is at Lawson's. ( INC.)
: eration. Special emphasis is and econAT "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." '
I r--_ : especially in the diet of There is absolutely no & Co.
your hens doing? I, <; I' placed on friendly hospitality, :, We Design Modern Store Fronts
I n and guest service. Member ;
Mail For
Just Us A Pattern
these i iI motels are subject to periodic: 5c To Store
I More and more, profit-conscious poultrymen I .- Table Tops ..I, $1.00
days have before them the facts it takes to decide inspection to assure main-\ 1313 N. W7. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I

I how to feed and manage birds for most profit. I 6. :, tenance of. the association'sstandards. I iSarke's I Starke, Fla.
I .. I. 1\NKLER\ \ I I
records. Ask if birds I h! I
over your yourself your : Superior is one of the na- i/ -
over a 12-month period, will lay more than 240 tion's largest motel groups,'I I

eggs per hen and consume less then 4.2 lbs. ,I comprising over 525 members I Only Complete Drive-In Market

feed per dozen. I I II II I with more than 20,000 units I
I : throughout the U. S. and And GroceryWe
These are the standards leading pouHrymen all I Canada.

across the nation who feed the Purina \Vay have I i v; ,;; ta.k. Have A Complete Line Of Groceries-Western And

come to expect. '?r t Native Meats-Ice Cold Beer-Milk- Cold Soft Drinks
Hens on Purina's own Research Farms perform bet- I Vinson pastor. Sunday School,

ter than these standards, year I 9:30: a.m. BTU, 5:30: p.m. I
I in and year out. >" .,"" ".._w If, -","'..., ,, ; Choir 2 will hold rehearsal to- OPEN 7 TO 11 7 DAYS A WEEK

Reaching goals like these helps J M R o-MiXED.-. ..':.hAr.; night (Thursday). All membersare OPEN ALL DAY LABOR DAY

poultrymen make money from-' ''' .....: :....., '..., asked to be present and on
eggs in these days of lower "' I f! 0 GLASS LINED time. Conference will be held
at 8 p.m. Sept. 5. The churchand DOUGLAS
-: .0 COMPLETELY pastor's anniversary will be
Come in and let us give you POULTRY observed some time during the
other reasons why so many CHOWS AUTOMATIC i week of Sept. 9 and the Association I
top poultrymen feed their I'' fl10 i YEAR WARRANTY : will convene at Fellow- e Y Y- # R
hens the Purina Way today. ':ship Baptist Church in Gai'eJ.1 516 E. BROWNLEE ST. PHONE 969.1 tol

I vine, Sept. 18-21. --
1 $SS.OO Women's Day was observed I # h

Florida Pest Control& Chemical Ca i I i ,last Sunday and proved quite iI 1iwJ.1 s
I i -Compare Anywhere successful, spiritually and fi- :

539 E. Call St. Phone 964-3965 ,nancially. We are grateful to j!
SLADE GAS :the participants, friends and j ji :k: 51 r'vtl3s
a..1 I Y
. i members for contributing in 5
L._._IIII_ _. ... 12, ._._ _._!)_ _liL ': OF STARKE ;any way to its success. 'I E

-, h.....,I I All youth of New Bethel are itih4rf. 2 L wn 1!;; f @@[j Uyt9
asked to be present at church i
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..'-- on Thursday night, Aug. 29, at I The -e Prices Cool I Thurs., Fri, Sat.
8:30.: The committees may be .

s appointed to start work on the ( "
Youth Day program, date to be : '
a +iS announced later.-Mrs. :M. J.I! The KCNTLWORTH Model L2738

White, reporter. Kg Superb with Contemporary break front to to,boy genuine styl
Greater Free Will Baptist, I| r
veneers and select hardwood sol- HEI 1115 LB 13CSJIOKED
Rev. L. |
I McKay, pastor. Youth ids. Walnut veneers. Mahogany
f i Day was observed last Sunday 1 veneers or Bond Oak veneers. k
(;with Sunday School starting Pt J
945. At 11 a.m. Choir 2 was

:,in charge of song service; ser I

I I man delivered by Rev. Jos. Wili i C
:liams of Jacksonville At : '
'choir and the Tiny Tots rendered I I SAUSAGE -

:\ song delivering services the with sermon.Rev Williams J'I ;f. HANDCRAFTED LBS

,I Regular pastoral day will be j I CHASSIS SKINLESS e

'observed Sept. 1, with Sunday'' l lpo y 1
School at 9:45.: Baptism at 11. i r WEINERS -

YPCL, 5 p-m. At 7:30 Rev'! -41 1 M_ po productionshortcuts.

:W. C. Pitts and congregation! printed circuits.
:from Raiford will render the'!

.service. Everyone invited. I Every Zenith TY'chassis'b careluOy"Un&:1 BAOOI LB. -
a I Weekly :Meetings: Monday f .; s wired to the highest quality standards tt's tha- 33c '

r 10 Minutes! ngo he paid a bill ; night, Choir 1 rehearsal; Tuesday I ej' .extra care of the laodaaftiag thai woods MILK

night, Story Hour; Wednesday I 'greater dependability value fewer+ service for Zenith problems god DIXIE LILY LONG GR 3jY \
seater owaen..1PLUS
check at 7:30
by j
10 LB. BAG <
:Meeting; Thursday, 7:30 p.m., I RICE -- $ 319
Ladies Circle. Friday night, :' '- Gal.I Jug 99c
Prayer Band. Saturday night,: a die t
Late at night? Sure. But it was important. I Can Circle meeting,-Miss ; 0 LIVELY

.So he wrote a check. And mailed, it. --,. j' Rebecca Greater Allen Allen reporter.Chapel AME :i, 3 FEATURES DOG FOOD.-3TahlcEns29c' : Plus FOREMOSTDELLS Deposit

Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson -

*IL'r. Will WElCOMt:;: YOU,1? CHECKING ACCOUNT! !_ pastor. Service will begin with SAXET ,,2 CANS
Sunday School at 10 a.m. ICE MILK

Morning Worship, 11 ajn. Holy : WE SELL BLASKEYE P ASL 2BC I

Communion 6 p.m., Rev. L. A.
,Sampson in charge. 2::i jj. ;iii 1/ !
ML Zion AME Church, Law- WE FINANCE YOUR PAPERS GaL 39c I Inpn

FLORIDA tey; Rev. J. A. Grinunage pas 1= c 12 I

tor. Will be host to Lake City HERE OURSELVESWinkler .. JEU.Y iJ _ IT

District Missionary Meeting at !
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: -- cT :-- 10:50: ( ajn. Saturday. There FLA. GRADE "A" FRESH
'xJ-B.; I 1fj(. I T's.: A I R. K E ,will be three sessions, opening4 j
__._ __ __ _" _. __ ,_ ._ _.__ __ Electric) I
t with 10:30 ajn. sermon. At 2 no
V tJJ I: I IIf Ij
pjn. Mrs. W. P. Jenjcina, district I ,
One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group supervisor will be the F R LB. 29t
speaker. At 6 pjn. a program. > 234 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. I: e !

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .All friends and members in- H j :

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: I and against said defendant in Plaintiff. Administrator. I charge as administrator of tk.
Diploma TestsScheduled are planned for the 1963-61 Fla. Schools Firemen Get Soaked ; TO ALL \\IIOM: IT MAV COX- .
p.m.Sunday Church I' \ the amount of IS2.6S together vs.Olius estate of Ciaade Lucian ilay.Ausast .
term: the second full week inj I Sept. 1 i with costa of collection. ; Kirksey I rEII"a 6.RICHAUD. 1I'63.
For Week February and June. j i School< 9:45: ,a.m. Morning ; Putting Out Blaze I 3. Execution Issued out of Defendant.OT1CK Notice is hereby given that T'I DALE MAT.
To Continue i Small Claims Court of Bradford' > 1'" \PPKAn Administrator of the estate
Applicants who have failed ;Worship, 11 a.m.' Snack Sup- ii 'hat'fllf'd my final returns as f
Of September 9 I j' i Starke firemen answered a Count-, Florida: pursuant to A I To: Oliua Kirksey: Care Lily : administrator of the estate: of of Claude Lucian May. de !
tests must be enrolled in the'per for MYF, 6 p.m., Youth I final judgement for Henry La- > Mae Vine, Leesburglabama.. Claude Lucian May. deceased ceased. I
Applications for General Education t courses failed for a period of i i Meetings 6:30: p.m. Evening Bible Reading I call to a fire on South Thompson port against said defendant. in You are hereby notified that that I have filed niv petition for. THOMAS & PIERCE \'
;{ 7:30 Street Sunday afternoon.! : the amount of $296.72 together a suit for Divorce has been I final discharge and that I will Attorneys-at-Law
in order toi i Services, .
at least .90 days p.m.Monday i 203-205; North Temple An !
i with costs! of collection. < filed against in the above
Development Tests August 25, but only succeededin you apply to the Honorable TheronA.
re-test. .., j I I Sept. 2-circle 2 When most public schools j Have seized and have in my named Court and cause and you Yawn County Judge of Starke, Florida !
will be accepted through Sept. ] meeting. home of Miss Kate :, next week, it appears' getting themselves wet. :, possession the following: des are required to serve a copy of ,: Bradford County. Florida on First publication August 8, !
open Called to douse a blazing oak I cribed personal property to wIt your answer or pleading to the August 30. 196. for approvalof Ktil! :: t
3 for the 3
ten-hour test bat- Struth
Sing ConventionSet I p.m. 'r that, virtually every county' ',limb which had fallen over two !J 1957 Pickup Willys Trucker complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney ,; the same and for final dis- 8-8 4t sH -: '
tery to be given during the Tuesday. Sept. 3-Circle 1, [ peihaps all 57-will continue'I i :: :Xo. 653 48 : Green, Green and Green.
week of Sept. 9. Applicants i I At Live OakThe i home of Mrs., Henry Godwin; daily, Bible readings or electrical wires and caught fire, i I US; Pickup Ford Truck i iiltr. Starke, Florida. and file the (
II : prayers i I the firemen dashed to the scenein : Xo. IOD AS691 original in the office of the
the forms1at Circle 4, home of Mrs. W. S.
may secure proper .
I despite controversial. : a heavy rain. Meanwhile J' 1356 Pickup Chevrolet TruckI. Clerk of the Circuit Court on
the Adult Education Office!I annual Southeastern ,Slade with Mrs. T. H. Slade as ,i a D Xo. B56A003941Tag : : or before the 23rd day of September
during of the U. S. Supreme '
Convention will be :city electrical crew had already': 'Xo. 45 GK 460As 1963 otherwisethe allegations -
located in the southeast win Singing co-hostess; Circle 5, Fellowship I, Court. ; I
I 'gotten to the and cut"the the property of the above of said Complaint will
31. scene i
[rear] or the USO building in held Saturday night, Aug. Hall with Mrs. Joe Bakken as 1
named defendant and that
'I\ If they do, they will be current arid the rain had on be taken as confessed! by you.
Starke, from 8:30 a. m. to and Sunday, Sept. 1, in the I hostess-all at 10 a.m.. Church put I the 3rd daY' of September 1963 '' This notice! shall be publishedonce
within the lau--at least for
i Coliseum' !the fire out. j at twelve o'clock noon on said each week for four consecutive -
4:30: p. m. daily according to Suwannee County library 3:30 to 5 Badcock'sC9th
open tI
I .
p.m.1 the time beinsr.i __ _,. day on the premises of the weeks in the Bradford
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L. H. Gibson director. i I, at Live Oak. I Commission on ,I I !'
in'i CARD Bradford County Jail I will of- County Telegraph.
I: i i The high court ruled OF THANKSWe
State fees for the test bat- i 1 The Saturday program will p.m.| Men's Club executive com- 'II fer for sale and sell to the high- I I Dated this 19th day of August,
June that states could !
i .not require et bidder for cash in hand the
tery are $7.50 and $2 for :1 start at 8 p. m. and adjourn mittee. 7:30 p.m. Official Board j ceremonies in' wish to thank our many above described property) of 1963.
I religious CHAFJJEg A. DARBY.
each separate test. Applicantsmust 1 at 1030. The Sunday session I j meeting, 8 p.m.Wednesday j jI |!!I the schools law. It sent aFlorida friends far and near for their said defendant to satisfy, eachof ;I Clerk of the Circuit Court
be residents of Florida '! will begin at 10 a. m. and I Sept. 4-Prayer|i! !III help,and friendly cheer. the Aforesaid Executions I By Janet X. Carter Anniversary
case in which the P. D. Reddish Sheriff
4 : and Bible 7:30 !i The loving kindness show (SEAL)
and at least 20 years old. A continue through p. m. Meeting Study, of Bradford County Florida. Clerk.
State Supreme Court had upheld Deputy
satisfactory knowledge of both The annual meeting of;| II reading in hospital and home. 8-29 4t 9-13 E-22:! it 9-12
Florida's Bible t
American history and govern- singers of gospel songs and Pjn.Mrs. I The comfort so .ght and '!
S 'I law. back to the state court flowers :NOTICE TO DKPCVD -
ment is required. This reQuirement -: hymns has attracted thousands -:, Collins, I for further proceedings. brought ix cmcriT COLRT. BIIAD- '
may be satisfiedby to Live Oak since Sympathetic words of each FORD COrNTlFLonIO.\: :' IX {'or>TV JtDGE'S COURT,
I St. Petersburg It is expected that the heart I.CHANCERY.. I> AM FOR nil.VDFOUDCOl.NTV.
earned hIghg in 1944. There
previously J its organization I I
I Florida court will ultimately Gave FLOHIIJI.In .
school credit or by taking a : is no admission: charge to any Passes 13 light in our dark Plaintiff, I BARliAIN5
standardized examination in session of the convention. i, Aug. ,: declare the state law unconstitutional Mother is at rest and all earth's '"S. i re: Estate of ,H
i i but it hasn't done blest. ALICE JIARLOW PEARCE i, Claude Lucian May deceased.
these subjects. i 1 The Telegraph has received 1 t Defendnt, Notice of Filing Petition For
so yet. Until it does it appears -
-The ,
Testing hour during the i Methodist ChurchThurs. '! word of the death of Mrs. .' Sparks family. Case NT*. 1327CXOTICE : ; Final Discharge of ,
that most all
or coun- TO APPEAR
week of Sept. 9iill be from Mary Jo Collins, wife of Circuit i "" 1 i .
g i ties will continue the prac-,, To; Alice Marlow Pearce: ....L T..,..
1-30: to 3:30: p. m.. and 7:30: ., Aug. 29-Church library Judge Thomas ,J. Collinsof !, AOT1CE I who residence. is 31-C Preston I Ii
to 9:30: p. m., Monday open, 3:30 to 5 p.m. St. Petersburg, on August j!i i tice.Bradford County School!!, THAT NOTICE I, IS DIXON HEREBY THOMAS GIVEN who ,i' Court.North Carolina Few Gardens), Durham

through Friday. Youth :Meeting, 6:30 p.m. 13,. after an extended illness. i!I was convicted la the Southern j You are hereby notified that YOUR
H. P.
Two other testing schedules Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: Judge Collins u-as born and Superintendent Morgan i i District:: of Florida Federal ''a suit for Divorce has been t DRIVE THE
says the will goon i Court of Duval County. Florida :I filed against you in the above CREDIT
j reared in Brookef'and lived:: at the
j term thereof A.
I doing pretty much as th97 named Court and cause and yourequired ,
1 D. 193$. of the offense of VIO. ,
there until approximately 19
I' '1 art to serve a copy I 15GOOD .
t have done in the past. H: INT REV. LAWS
Progress Through Cooperation I years of age.when, his JamUy! said the devotional practices.| sentenced therefor IAQ. to Five and(5):; of the your complaint answer on or the pleading Plaintiff's to !
to St. Peters j Years Probation,
moved urg.I I will apply for Attorneys Green. Green &. Green
I Judge and 111'Coilirui\ hare I in each classroom will be left clemency to the Stole Board of Starke, Florida and file the
to the discretion of the ] Pardons, Tallahassee Florida, 1 :
SUPPORT VOTE FOR ELECT many friends and relativesin up at its next original in the office of the :
1: individual teacher, who will regular meeting Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Bradford County who will ,I Dixon Thomas before the 30th day of Septenv &&ARGATHE
: regret to learn of her death. take into consideration the.1 (Applicant her, 1963; otherwise the aPe I
1 religious backgrounds of her. 8-29 2T 95OTICK I gations of said Complaint will PLATFORM ROCKER' .
CAOLYNIlEDGllA be taken as confessed by
1i i I students. and govern himself :\ OF SHERIFFS !S\LE I This notice shall be published you. Comfert you'll appreciate! <
i|i NOTICE is hereby given that [. Combination pile frieze '
accordingly. coy-
or herself
THE RIGHT POINT for the I I'I j i I once each week for. four consecutive -
P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford ,
i The Florida court has given 1 I weeks in the BRADFORD tr* y-lo-clan plotic -
'I way you write. come In and County, Florida under and COUNT TELEGRAPH. covered arms! Your
all sides. in the controversyuntil by virtue of certain Writs of
select! your favorite ESTERI Executions Dated this 23rd day of Au- choic. of: Brn/Tan, Red/ltd $1995
1 BROOK Fountain Pen. TELERepair Sept. 3 to file new written :, 1. Execution torit.issued: out of gust,' 1963. Cognac/Brn., Twrq,/Twrq.
: arguments, but most I I I Circuit Court of BradfordCounty. CHARLES A. DARBY (Fa Bk./Whf.! ,.
VE (jV\PII. !i I Clerk of the Circuit Court. j,.?? Down- j 35 AWrkj'44
schools will open before herahas :,: 'lorida.pursuant to a ,, By Janet X. Carter
j jI i I tax warrant of J. R. Kelly tax.
jI I been formal ruling in Deputy Clerk.
ji I ', collector against W. L. Thigpin ;; (SEAL) __ _
i AI accordance with the U. S.Court's .:' Jr. defendant: for deliQuent personal -
I II S-:$ 4t M9
of the! property taxes In the ;
interpretation '
( Tests Amount of with -
CITY CLERK I I $13.12 together
Constitution.Dade costs of collection. :OTICE; TO DEFEXD
County where tin j !, Execution issued out of IN t lilt t IT COt: 'I'. BIUDI -
: 16 Years Experience Assisting The City Clerk. I Aids- !, Small Claims Court of Bradford I FOUl CO[%T\". FLOIUDAiIN I''
case originated challenging County, Florida pursuant to a j CHAACKHY. Case No. 13-
r Experienced In The Running Of The Clerk's BatteriesAccessories Florida's law.. has decided to j"1 final judgement fur James T. 177.Ella YEAKIJ .- I New. Modern Styled
Moore DRV Starke Tire Sales :Mae
Office. Bible\
go ahead with daily KIrks@y.I
& I II
Carolyn RedgraveYill He A Full-Time City I reading until the law is struck I ( 1

Clerk With No Outside Interest To Take Her Away I, Services down. Louise Stern Studio Designed to enhance any decor!
I 40" wide, 15" deep, 50" higM'
From Her Duties.
Gainesville Hearing Aid Co. 'Kits grain
632 X. W. 13th St. Registration For

Your Vote And Support On September 10 Will LOCATED IX TUB I i{Reported Last "J 7)4 htl"w20I"vt9.

Be Greatly Appreciated.Pd. DEKDA MUSIC Gin Week In CountyDue I PIANO AND THEORY t':> .$ .

Pol. Adv. -
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-- -- to wet conditions, only '
August3Oand3lEWELL sI-, -
I one woods fire, with three I II

I acres burned was reported by I ,- :. :i 1"T'IJ

the Florida, Forest Service in 1 I II .
Bradford County during the

8 past week. I J Freize Nylon Covers
Since Jan. 1 there have been --

I 77 fires with 515.8 acres burned Lawson

i OJJ J as compared ,with 160 fires [! I .
and 1,357.5 acres burned during i

' m the same1 period last year.

FLA. GRADE "A"FRYERS Offers You 11 Years' Experience : -. .

i MAYOR'S COURT .. .. ,
I! In The City Government ';,_. .- -
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I i A tIght week in Starke May L Of Starke. : :- < --
I LB. 23cSmoked or's Court Tuesday night saw Favors And Will Strive For 0\J\

Mayor Randal Chitty sit Better Working Conditions For
to hear only 13 cases, the small .

est docket the court has heardin ____ __ All City Employees. I
the past few months. Endorses The Continued ;
Picnics There seven cases of I -
LB.29C were
j Growth And Expansion Of Our !
gambling:, two for public intoxi- I ; Modern Arm SOFABED
cation, and one each for disorderly Municipal Facilities And Utili- I
Compare at $69.951! Longwearing
SEE WHAT ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY? 'disorderly conduct conduct by, allowing fighting an, ,: ties To Meet The Needs-But ;, pile nylon covers with eoiy-to-cUon, $ 95
With CONSERVATIVE plastic trim! Makes quickly and easily 5 9
unauthorized person to drive I to a comfortable" bed. ChooM from:

; BEEF LIVER 3 LBS. and running a.stop sign. i SPENDING ECONOMY., And UTMOST Black-Btige-Bm.-Oold'Turq.-Itd.!


The family of Pun-is A.I _EWELL LAWSON i '
.: iI
::;., -
..:. : Green, Sr. wish to express I

.. .. .- their sincere thanks and L Experienced I Lasting I

SMOKED SAUSAGE 3 LBS. .. .. '..: ... .... .. many deep appreciation friends and to relatives their:: Is". Energetic I Loyal i iI I '..-. / Special' Offer!

for their lovely cards messages -
Economical Leadership
and floral offerings, :' :
SPARE RIBS 3 LBS. : ; }'. for the kindness and sympa- :' REMEMBER:\ 'E. L." "'IIENJYPU" GO TO TilE 0 ;.
thy shown us during the death I' I I
.,.. of our beloved husband and POLLS ON SEPTEMBER 10. THANK YOU!

BRISKET OR father.. Mrs.. Gladys Green Pd. Pol. Adv. I

RIB STEW 3 LBS. ) ." :..' : and children. Ij j I I it

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them all
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... .., "."n'., ;:,'. DOVE SEASON OPENS OCT. 5TH '

WEINERS 3 LBS 'M. : : .. ,'.4 : .;'; <:!::.,\. ;. !

':., ,j: ... to cash in on a Falcon, Fair- /
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CHOPS 3 LBS. t.'r.E: : : Latest Equipment Is In Stock Total Performance cars of 26"deep IOU, wid.61.!SIZE 2'/*!&".

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right now at your neighborhood SIZE
USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN 37" wide, 17dttp
Ford dealer's 18" high.

", ROAST BEEF CHUCK OR Steak LO'. 49' '. Bank Financing on Guns .--- 20% DOWN OFFICIALFORD i.NI2: 11. :; P COMMIE G.auit.THIS$lEMAlKAILE DOWN DELiVUS Offil BOTHl AT 6!.$Sf



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HUNTING VESTS '. SNAKE PROOF LEGGINS tray) ...... ........... $34"4f"rtO"x20" YOU CHOICE!

III'' tray) $3995 49"
I GUN CASES. (with ''ok. Troy)
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Chef: Anderson r Beginning Pupils each classroom door. ____!_______ !
At Starke Elementary, rolls

Re-Enlists I,,Must RegisterBy for grades 1, 2, 3, and 4 will ___j Health Facts

In Navy Noon FridayParents be posted on the door of the 4s FOR SALE!

}i concession stand. Rolls for j

of beginning pupilsof : the 5th and 6th grades will j It's a fact that Chiropractic is not a

Starke Elementary and' be posted at the north end j "cure all"-neither is it limited to correction ALL EQUIPMENT AND FIXTURES

I Ij Southsida Elementary Schools !j of the Heilbronn Springs j of back ailments.

i: I are advised that children i i building. Many cases of colds flu. asthma. OF FORMER PARK THEATRE

j must be registered: before' pleurisy, headaches, constipation and ton-

noon Friday, Aug. 30. i i i Rotary Hears 1WF t sillitis are brought about by nerve presVALUE $18,000 ,
I V ____
( L Parents who wait until Dr. Boiimger
sures causing lowered resistance impaired -
1 Fisheries Program i or ,
: j 4 I
Tuesday morning to register ; vitality.
WILL SELL FOR $2,500.00
: first graders will not get the !
Of Improvements
Consult your Chiropractor today. If an
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pupils into their classes un
I ; Hon reveals that your condition is not 'examina'I
: tiChief l Wednesday morning according A discussion of Florida's new :
Chiropractic methods, your Chiropractor '
to an announcement
|fisheries improvement program -x
J. Lyle Anderson, son* by P. T. Noun and James C. j, S tell you so and refer you to the Doctor best suited
to the 1
of Mrs. Alice Anderson of I i was brought Rotary to care for you.
Hobbs. principals of the local : .5 CONTACT
Starke, was recently sworn in'I' elementary schools."If I Wednesday by Robert :M : In Starke the Bellinger Chiropractic Health Center I

for another six-year enlistment I you register your child Brantly, information and education ,9 is located at 426 N. Walnut.Insurance J. II. Carratt-330 S. Walnut' I t Street

in the U. S. Navy, by the commanding officer of the Game & I
officer of the ROTC I Tuesday morning, take him I I _ _ _Cases_ _Accepted_ _ I Starke Fla. I
I home with you as Boon as Fresh Water Fish Commission'si ... -e';'' _______________ ___ _ ______________
unit at the University of Vir I I I i 55 :
registration is completed. northeast Florida region. 4 I
ginia. : iI j

I Then, bring him WednesdayI I The speaker said that the _
At the time Anderson I
8 .
I morning by i
chief \ Game Commission if requested,
received a promotion to I
i principals "By coming I
fire-control technician. He is ij
; would make a feasibility studyto
i i early, you will have a chance ,
J assistant instructor in naval ;I j to meet the child's teacher, determine if any particularlake '

weapons for the RTC. I I before school opens. in a county could be de-

II I During the first four weeks I j dared a Fish l\tanagement'
II 20 Words or less, one time _- -- .95 Memorials, Resolutions __ be per wor%
He said the
I. of school. first graders of[I Area. request :
i both elementary schools will I ,should be made by the County i iI i If not paid in advance _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks: U} to 5ft words ZJW

Watch That Twist! Keyed or Blind Ads _ _ _____
1 be allowed to go home at I 1 I I Commission and that, if found 1.00 Over 50 word --u-- & :5c per wont

p. m.. provided they are: i feasible.. the Game Commission !; Rita and Carolyn Meng, daughters of Mr. and Sirs. Francis Each additional word over 20 _._ _,0.1 Display ads in Classified ___ 1.50 per tJ't'*

within safe walking distanceor j would carry out practices to inI!I Ue-ng: are giving plenty of room for the final wriggles of this

PRICES are picked up by parents.Jsure good fishing in the area. 5 1-2 foot rattlesnake, killed on their farm near Hampton. INSURANCEAT I I NEW HOMES Bradford County The County -

, I I Starting Sept. 30, all first These practices include destruc- Oldtimers says this is the season when rattlesnakes "start AUTO REDUCED BATES ,I SARATOGA HEIGHTS of Planned Progress stamps
II graders, including those who) ,tion of rough fish, restocking, FIRE BOAT .
'weed control. and access to the crawling," looking for a nice warm pTace to hole up for the DOYLE E. CONNER : 3-Br, 2 Rath-Big Lr .$1.14 at Telegraph. ,I
I|I walk home, will remain at I INSURANCE AGENCY. I:REE ---
inter. & Dr Area. Plenty .
until regular dismissal I lake.Brantly Phone 964-4501 I D & \\ AUTO SUPPLY INC.
said the Commissionhas tfchg Kitchen Cabinets 416 E. RO\\' 'LEE ST. FOR

; funds on hand for the con- Deadline Nears Carport Bis i : Lot. I COMPLETE LINE OF NA-
njTr "Class rolls will not be MOTHERS "AVON \
until 3 p. m. Fri[ struction of additional boat I IRONS I]For ASC Ballots ING" in your neighborhood IS CALL- ;, Read The Classifieds! : NOTHING DOWN VA I, TIO ALLY A D V E RTISED
and is to
ready ;
ay, and we earnestly request' ramps through T.V. Be the Avon Rep- IF] YOUR NAME IS $69 Month I
more in this area if sites are To Be Returned 'I SMALL! ENGINE PARTS. I
rdR\1H1 that parents NOT call theschool 311ft'VOODS ;: resentative in
neighborhood I
r 'made available. The Commis- 'I THEj i FOR FULL DETAILS LAWN MOWER & OUT-
officers to ask about and turn spare time into
sion does not purchase sites, he I II II II II II Farmers and ranchers CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL BOAKD MOTOR REPAIR A-
room assignments, the eleI I money. Write Ovida C. Sweat!
!said, which must be provided throughout Bradford County' P.O. Box 540 AT TIlE TELEGRAPH-
I V'J1LV mentary principals said I I II I Live Oak Fla. I MACHINE SHOP U'OllK.

!I I Class rolls will be posted by;I;"by: The individuals speaker or was the introduced county. I II I were reminded today. not to I' _ _ 8-22chg I OFFICE FOR A FREE I JAX, RA5-8422 I PhONE 964-4441 OR 964-

j I, 4 p. m. Friday. I by A. L. Crosby Jr. who had j' : overlook the August 30 deadline THREE HUNDRED DOWN \TICKET TO TIlE FLORIDA -Or Call Your Local Real i 5891. 4khg 9-5

At Southside Elementarythe : ,charge of the program. I I for returning their ASC;' & GOOD CREDIT REPORT: THEATRE.l] Broker 96,M841 --
rolls will be posted on::l PRICE \ FOR RENT-10 acres of fenced
I I I election ballots to the ASCS I l 600000. monthly J or 964-2881 I pasture. Mrs. Walter Martin
payments like rent. Two bedrooms ii mil i I

4\\\\\ \ \ : :-e county office. bath, hot water heater. WHY PAY REOT? Own yourll: FOR RENT-3 bedroom furnished phone 964-9834, Starke.
Mildred Sapp, Couny Office 'I
I I 2 miles of Starke. I own Mobile Home. As low as :; i house. Close in. Phone lpd.,
for the '-- -- -
Re-Elect Manager Agriculture A. J. THOMAS, Realtor 395.00 down Use your car, : 964-2521. Uchg FOR
I SALE-Compact car.
Stablization ond Conservation "
boat or furniture for down;
I WORMS & LIVE BAIT WANTED TO RENT-for 131 1958 Renault with sun roof-
I County Committee urged payment. TRAILER MART!
I I every eligible ASC voter to 24 Hour Service INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468. i !months. 3 bedroom house on Many extras, very clean, good
I MERRILL EDWARDS I I NORMAN'S BAIT CENTER ': Kingsley, Hampton or lake in condition. 33 MPG. See 1 to
tfchg I
East Palatka EA 8-1050.
I By HOMER WOOD! j mark his ballot and mail or :
I 469 W. Call St. Keystone area. Phone 964- 4 p. m. Sunday Sept. 1 at

I return it in person promptly."It Phone 969-2215 Henry Faber_ I I 6834 or write P. O. Box 428 Starke Post Office or call

I Norman Willis, tournament' is the privilege and dutyof Starke, Fla. FOR SAIiJUsed plywood, : Starke. _ltp State Prison extension 30WItchg,
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City Clerk chairman, is planning a Best every farmer and rancher 3 tp. 9-12 i 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new, GRANDIN LAKE-28 access ,! _ _
I I in the county to choose who I
II $10 each. Medicine cabinets, '
I Ball Foursome Tournament for FOR SALE-Florida 90 Straw- lots. Will sell wholesale or i I i
he wishes! to represent him on' each. Good used lumber, FOR SALE-Vespa scooter
II $3
trade for
Starke property.
Labor Day. This event is open berry plants. See Ellery Starling (i :
the ASC county committee, $80. Herb rt Sellers, Kingsley
To the Citizens of Starke I and :for men and women. It will be I l at Rt. I, Box 41, Mac- used plumbing supplies. Jack-J Liberal terms. H. G. Bollinger, I:1 Lake
humbly gratefully phone 533-2992. Itch
cFIcI4.I she said.. J I son Building Supply, Starke. *
I 964-2881.
nine holes basis clenny. 3tp 8-29 Itchg .
on handicap I __ -
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solidly your vote and support; for re-election to the officeof The county committee to be i tfchgiFOR 1 1I -
using the best ball on each hole. CHECK QUALITY, SERVICE II _ _ : FOR SALE-One Penyan boat Will Iron, mend or baby sit In
City Clerk Tax Collector, Tax Assessor, Treasurer andSupervisor elected consists of three regular I
Parings will be made at the pro PRICES AT BUILDERS RENT-4 rooms and | with new fiberglass cover & my home. Call 964-3524.
of Registration, of which all these duties make and two alternate members. i.
shop; teeing off time at 1 p.m. S HARDWARE & SUPPLY!' bath upstairs furnished, electric 35 HP Johnson motor. 2tchg 9-5
up the office of City Clerk. fee $1 i The commitee has important i 1 STORE, 301 EAST !1 apartment. Large screened I -
Entry per person. CALL ST. Can be seen at Starke Builders
Four years ago I wa, first elected to Fif'l''OU as The day's events will be top responsibilities in the administration [FORMER QUIGLEY & DAVIS -: front porch. Available Sept. :, Supplies. tfchg I j',i FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room.
_ ;,2
bath house
I ,such'national utility
your City Clerk. I promised then impartial and sincere ped off wi;''i a supper in the i of BUILDING] FOR BUILDERS [j 6., 547 W. Madison_. St. 1 tp., -- ---- -- ,', room.
I | FOR SALE Live Rubber Tile large corner lot, decor-
---- --- newly
M-n'lee to you: the taxpayer: giingyou dollars value for club house :Monday night. Bring I farm programs' '.as. tthe. agricultural -, HARDWARE & SUFI I FLA. 90's Strawberry plants i ii IT12 colorsl as low as 8c each; I ated Inside. 210 E. Adkins St. J

dollars spent. ,. '-' s the family. Adults $1.50, chil- conservation' pro- PLIES SASH, DOORS ,''I i for sale. .$50 per bed. Pete, 3-16 to 3-8 thick. Excellent key next door. tfchg
gram. marketing, quotas, feed ROOFING, PAINTS, LUMBER 1 f
dren under 12 flr Ham and ; Wainwright, phone Lawtey I for I
repair jobs. Do it yourself
Today. this promise still stand, with the
one exception grain, conservation reserve, PLUMBING FIXTURES -:
turkey will be served. 782-3491. 4tpd 9-19 I
let ,
or free
us give estimate.
( of four years experience in this office to better farm loans PIPE j HASTINGS MATTRESS
IJfr serve storage facility & FITTINGS, EL- ,
Col. J. A. Red Griffin handicap I
( ) !' WANT TO TRADE Merc'ha t j' M. R. Judd Tile Co. 127 Lafayette -
/ you. and 1 other at the ECTRICAL SUPPLIES FARM:
chairman, is really doinga i Stamp books for S. & H. | Phone 964-5951. '& UPhOLSTERY WORKS

.I/ In the last four years, the financial responsibility of the good job of setting up policiesfor i, level. Other duties"are also I ING& HOME:GOODS.SUPPLIES PHONE, SPORT- J I Green Stamp books. Phone j! _ _4tchg 8-29. i ii 710 Lemon St. Palatka
office ha.. greatly increased. Your city needs a businessman true and accurate handi- assigned to the committee by I I II 964-i 964-1551 2tp 9-5 : ----
I 5291. i FOR RENT-3 bedroom 2
9-5 ,
the 4tehg i ii
I ; Repaired
Secretary' ,Agriculture !, Furniture ,
of business experience to handle a financial responsibility caps. I urge all of you to cooperate .1 FOR RENT-Nicely fuiiShed : bath unfurnished house at
as great as tJli with him and his new ] as the need arises.; __ I I FOR SALE-1963 Ford very': 2 bedroom house across from I j 536 N. Walnut St. Phone 533- I Upholstered & Refinished

My past four years, with 15 years previous experienceIn policies. S I I, Mrs, Sapp stated that, in L!!i I reasonable low mileage. Contact BUS, 612 Lake St. Phone 964- I I,2123. ltchg I MATTRESS2S REBUILT
According to CoL Griffin the view of the 'vital'role the ASC :) Community State Bank', 5744, Mrs. A. F. Sauls 633 ;, -- --- II I
operating own business, the n..t'dffi j AZALEA DRIVE IN-for S
my gives me I
experience -
process of determining true I county committee,plays,In the interested.i tfchg McMahon St. tfchg : Innersprings
to better serve you_ as your' City Clerk and the other I : lease. Also house and cabins. S
%. __ duties so assigned to this office. handicaps for all members will I I I agricultural affairs of the I STRAY cow in my pasture.Owner :, I Ir 'J BULLINGTON "APPLIANCES:1; Phone 964-7084 for informa- and Box Springs \

: begin Sept. 1. Players must county it is most important; I r may have by identify-j I Good used refrigerators. tele- i tion. 2tchg 9-5 Drop Us A Card or Call 'i
Merrill Edwards is a family man being married to the post scores at the end of each to each and every farmer toI ( ing and paying for this ad. -- --
visions radios etc.
former Louree Howard of Drooker. have round of 9 18 holes. thatthe I _M. L.. Turner PALATKA EA 5-9181
t 'T They four chil or Handi- I see best qualifiedmen I' Mrs; Walter Martin. Call 964-1 Guaranteed operating order. -- --

dren. caps will toe determined in accordance are elected to serve. The I' 9834. 1 tp I II tfchg NEW AND USED----I STARKE 964-59S4
j _ I
farmer I $5000 up. Repairs all makes. MRS. PEGGY 8HALLEK.Starke
"' My only promise to you when re-elected, is to continuea with USGA acceptedrules. L committee system of Air Condition rooms with private -S HOUSEWIFE .
/ I I earn extra mon- Lawn mowers sales and ser I
\ administration of the Agent
Federal L
courteous, imparital. and sincere office, always remembering baths by week or ey in spare time, selling Sarah vice. Your McCulloch Dealer
that the city belongs to its citizens. Players failing to post scores farm programs Is one of the I Phone 964-4381. 4 month'l Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel -II Florida Saw Co- 19th Driv I j 1

1'our'otl'l and support will be greatly appreciated on will be credited with a parround best examples of democracyin FOR RENT Two bedroom I II I Griff, 111 E. Washington. I N. East, Gainesville Fla. 6-1| FOR RENT Furnished a-

September 10. for that day. Handicapsfor action and every eligible house clean, well equipped I: tfchg./ 3411. tfchg'' partment at rear of store. 321

i, the Labor Day event will be farmer or rancher voter is modern onveniences. Good COINS BOUGHT I -I I N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981. I

YOUR FRIEND, posted in the pro shop. urged to participate in the heater,.private dock. Available I j EXCHANGED I'Electra-Tronics, Inc. !| tfchg

: MERRILL EDWARDSPd. Players who do not have an L election. Sept 1 until June 1. Call 266- I
I I1 Pay current market value Industrial Division Sales Service .,
established handicap must con Ballots were mailed'to all I 4477, Baldwin, Fla., Mrs. AginI for old coins Indian Head ,I ,
Pol. Adv. tact me before playing the : I Repairs on :Motors, Gen BUSINESS IS GOODSaffly
eligible 533-2251.
ASC voters on record L or Kingsley Lake. Pennies, Gold Coins. Commemoratires ,
l g.------- m tournament. at the ASCS county office on I 2tp 8-23 Medals, Tokens, waters. Switching ar.d ConS Iteal F.itate AgenAnplc's -
I I ftrols' Welders and Tools Power ff, (
-Homer. '' fvumgtul national
I August 20th and the county REGISTER NOW for Adult 1; Foreign Coins. |j' Conversion, Transformers.Service : real .ttB.. *.!*. sad
manager again urged every Evening Classes. Mail course I Denver R. Devrick I tradr orjcaBlsatloInff la ....10-
D & W Auto {j1: and Repairs to AH a <|nnUrirdrrprrntntUe rulultl't"e
Everyone is Invited eligible voter to mark and return selections to Director Drawer !
Cordially to Attend for Stake,
aGOSPEL his ballot prior to the 100. Starke, Fla. Apply in per- 416 E Brownlee St. Heavy Industrial Electrical Fla. and kurronndlng terri

August 30 deadline.. 'Complete son, 1:30 to 4:30: p.m. USO tfi1 :. Equipment I tory.

details on the election procedures [rear]. Negro adults contact John Torode I 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'vlfliPHONE You are offrrrd an opportunity
to bffomt
i can be, obtained at Prof. Thompkins. RJE High FOR RENT-Sept. 3 to June i I 372-1280 ': rrienfatlire of a projcrMlv loral rrp- ,
MEETING the ASC county office located I School. tfchg 1. Kingsley Lake home. Built'I tfch :,I' organisation. barked by aatIeaI
"roAA Ir ixltrrtltlac
I in the Agricultural Building EXPERIENCED SALESMANWANTED. for year around residence. Eels rult programthat

I : directly back of the court: Age 23 to 33 Apply Phone 533-2914 or FR 2-8233. WE DONTSell I Safr-llnr entry's fantonaplrturrbook

Never before-so many great AT TilE STARKE ,,house. in person. Federal Quality Gainesville, Fla. Itp S I Ii you we help you buy catalog drawspro..pertje '
barm from all
Fords at such amazingly low Homes. tfchg FOR RENT-1 and 2 Bedroom !'I i Good selection of new anc fiftr *....>. and fore Ie. ..-
'11 used. 8' and 10' wide Mobile .
House Trailers. Can be' tlwnn.Illuntrntrd
prices.These are Total Per- Boat Safety. Insurance Problems?' I Homes. S descriptive direct
moved on your lot.-J B. ,

formance beauties-Falcons, Church Of ChristCORNER ,I,Classes- Offered ,Call The Man From White_Ph. 964-1651_2tchg. 9.51 LAKE GENEVA- mall buyer hrorhurri leads nenapaper, dally- lint and of
"TRAVELERS"George -I TRAILER I magazine .d,nUIII.A'.t ,
Fairlanes,Super-Torque Fords I A free boating class, stress E. LaRuc, property in Starke. 8 room ,,1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts :i I arris' revolts, are fnrnUhtdfree. '
I .
you've heard about read ing boating safety and sponsored Keystone Heights Agt. For furnished house near City I on Route 100 ; Adequate trnlalna, supervision -

10TH & McMAHON STREETSSeptember by the U. S. Power Squadrons "Traveler Ins. Companies" Hall in Gainesville and trip- I tfchfI sad iBstroettaas for

about.Today's the day to buy willstarat, 745; p.m. in Tel. 473-4692 Day, lex near University. Both -S are statelicense a I no fnraUard.reqolremeata wlthoatr

low, trade high at the Independent Life, Building 473-4325 Nites. have good income. H. G. Boll- I' FOR SALE | ha rice.
your 233 W. Duval St.. Jacksonville Auto Fire I Ready mix concrete i Inquiries lavlted from H-
s Home Baslnest'I; inger phone 9642881. ItchzPEYTON S concrete ,
neighborhood Ford dealer's 443S :There is no charge for the instruction Monthly Payment Plan I ,: block, house piers, sand ce- erased C'oaalderalloa brokers aid also..1.ajtra....a.

but a fee 9f $6.75 is i Available fLORIST sent, mortar mix, rock steel. couple, or asaa and wife JI''
necessary for ,material for the 119 S. THOMPSON ST. : eyeter shell. limerock, roof team Mho would like ta

classIt is open to,the public S tfchg. PHONE 964-4155 i gravel, Hntels. BRADFORD ear. mere money by "
SHOE SALE- Girls and Ladies NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022' 964-2521,1, estate. ,
: At The I II Starke. tfchg Get the complete RareBayAKrary
'S Tabernacle mostly small sized, only DISTINCTIVE FLOWEF.S plaa without ..ela.1See
I I $1.49. Ladies an new dresses. i I I
We Wire
Flowers Anywhere
SI Teaching- a vital part of f $2.98. Mary Carter Faint i Call or Write
I the Tabernacle ministry, and:[:Store, 321 N. Temple. I I S. -Doyle Conner Farm North SAFEBUYReal

I ",last: Sunday morning the lesson -1|_' 4tchg 9-5 I! TAKE CARE of children -I I U.s. 301. tfch .
Minister take Butler Church Of Christ Agency
.. dealt with Crowns whichmay ]: MAMA PRIEST KINDER-i day or night. Also wash- I
SALE-3 bedroom housein
be awarded or earned. GARTEN -, Open House and i Ing or ironing Phone 964-3522 Box 7834

: S. The evening topic concerned'[ I registration August 2728. 91{ 4tchg 9-12 Sullivan.Saratoga Phone Heights.964-8084.James. A. S, Orlando Florida

7:45: NIGHTLY 1 5 Abraham's call to service and I a.m.-11 aun. and 2 pjn.-5 p.j WANTED-Private party with j tfrhg Phone: 424.4310
S |I m. j ji
I I s instructions: for same. t ti Stchg 8-291 fence yard to board two pup- !I

I i i i NEWLY DECORATED furnished pies. Will furnish food awl E. W. Hayes I
Except Sept. Services At 6:00: O'Clock .
1 SS ---
CEMETERY WORKING ,! apartments. One and; 50c a day. Phone 964-6834 or FOR SALE- Ford tractor, used S WE :NEED MAff in this area

S I I two bedrooms. Reasonable. write Box 428. Starke. Itp refrigerator, used to work in
All who have loved ones 5 Lights and '__h___ __ gas the worlds fastest
i furnished. range. Like new food freezer. .
growing Industry. The
and friends buried in Santa1 i : Contact 431 Center St. or FOR SALE-Apartment size men we
Fe Cemetery are notified that; phone 964-7191 or 9646551. I used gas stove $15. Small refrigerator -j!. 964-7191.. i tfchg 1 select must have a desire to

TERWILLEGARMOTORS IS Congregational Singing there will be a working thereon tfchg!I $25. Call Keystone :'I'j ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR: qualify for top earnings and

Saturday Aug. ,31. Please Ii i I Heights. 473-4383. Itchg! SALE AT BRADFORD COUN- ]i I own a dependable car. Excellent
; BE SURE TO SEE World Book I advancement
; bring lawn mowers,and other r;; before buying any other En- FOR RENT 4 rooms and j|jhall TY TELEGRAPH. S I tunities. For interview oppor-call

tools to work with. We doj' :, cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your Duplex unfurnished !> FOR SALE-:2 bedroom frame FR 6-4502 or write 3135 N-W.

not have funds to hire thIs i i local representative since house. Private entrance $35.00'per : house and large lot with 10 I 13th St. MODERN HOMES

Starke, Fla. Come Bring an Open Bible and Open Heart work done, so, please come 5': P. O. Bar 603 Phone -1956'1 mo. 708 Lake St. Phone S bearing pecan trees In Law- ; CONSTRUCTION COMPANY t

and help.-Mrs. Luther Wat:, i 964-7964. U chg tey. Phone 7823625. 2tp 8-29 GAINESVILLE. '
...!:>... I J, terson. Hampton. i iI I' 9-5


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Bradford County Telegraph

f I legged crawlers no more than : very important place. the foreclosure of a mortgageon Clerk of Said Circuit Court. POINT for the
::1: the following: described real 8-15 4t 94Esterbrooh THE
I I Outdoor recreation, family
inch Often thereis
Let's CoGardeuhj 1-50 long. I property in Bradford County write. Coae In and
ray you
Wa quite a build-up of dam- farm style, is the "new look" Florida to wit:

age-dealing spiders before you on increasing numbers ofj I The Northeast Quarter of Cartridge: and I select your favorite ESTER
notice that plant leaves take Florida's farms and ranches. : the Southeast Quarter of 1. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. -
: the Northwest Quarter of Fountain' Pens $1.95 $!.9S I
on an offyellow.A I! People seeking a vacation I .
The Voice of Reason Hea rd At Last hand lens is needed to spot, a campsite a pinic area, I Il Section South, 16, Township 0 : J3.95 at The TELEGRAPH.: I
Range 2: East.
\ By Hervey Sharpe I discover mites. You'll find II l nature trail, a shooting pre.. I,
r: As David Lawrence commented in a to show us what they get out of these 1 Florida Agricultural Extension i some mites are whitish and serve or a fishpond can now '
(I viitually colorless Others"maybe look to their country neighbors EVENING COURSES FOR ADULTS
he said.
recent column, perhaps "the voice of demonstrations, I ServiceTo ontdoor
tan, reddish or purple i I provide recreation. -,
reason is at last coming through on the "Why should we pay people to hate '
of .
I prove there is nothingnew There are a numbe,
racial problem of today." us? Once you desegrate a lunch counter I under the sun, garden chemicals that will kill them. I I "Privately owned far m Bradford County Adult Education ProgramFALL

The trouble is i that the "voice of rea- the man still hates you, except now insects have been using a zip Some old stand-by materials : based recreation is catching

son" does not have the ear of the mass he's got your money. It would be bet- I code for generations before : include Kelthane Aramite. i on fast among soil and water

news media such as Time, Life, NewsWeek ter to use the million dollars the demonstrations Uncle Sam's mailmen. I and Ovotran. I I conservation district coopera- CLASSES BEGIN SEPT. 16, 1963

et cetera, to whom the voice of cost to build factories to The code of the insect is to Bagworms are interesting I tors in Florida," said Jim : COURSES LAST 18 WEEKS
how to work. Racial I pests. Numerous sacks or bags Hammett, State Conserva-
unreason is much more dramatic and teach Negroes zip out and begin devouringyour I i

much more saleable at the newstand.The pride means efficiency. We must create I favorite ornamentals : dangling from foliagestripped tionists for USDA's Soil Conservation (Second Period Classes Begin Feb. 3, 1961))
of initiative while are trying to remember ornamentals are mute evidence Service. I .
"voice of reason" when raised at a new feeling pride, you

all too infrequent intervals is more apt and dignity among our people. i which is your auto of what happened to I Assistant Secretary of Agriculture MAIL COURSE SELECTIONS TO: L. II. Gibson, Director .

I to be found among the patent medicineads \Ve want people off the relief rolls. I tag number, your social security the leaves.the Hand picking and John A. Baker who 1 P. 0. Drawer 100, Starke,.Fla.
number, or your zip burning trash-glued pods i directs rural development and I
We criticize the civil rights for
76 while the "Marchers !i
on page onYashington" '
\ get saturation their failure to put the welfare code number. will put an end to this leaf I conservation activities of US- i I APPLY IN PERSON AT: USO OFFICE (Rear)
coverage pro-I I Not do insects eater. DA. said the outdoor
only. chomp recreation i Daily-1:30 to 4:30 P.M.
in perspective. The
from radio television proper
and the nation'spress. grams ,
away at plants but worst of There are a dozen or so progress in districts is 1

cess of welfare programs is how many all they eat the pride out of a scale insects that will attack "remarkable." I NEGRO ADULTS Contact: Prof. Thompkins, RJE High School, Starke
That the voice of reason is heard at people get off the rolls through rehabi gardener's prestige. To protect ornamentals. The most seriousare "That
so much could be accomplished I
all amid the is litation. Florida red scale and cot- CLASS HOURS:
overwhelming hoop-la, that pride you've got to con- in just a few I
a minor miracle and cause for encour- "The demonstrators are not produc- :! quer a horde of creatures with tony cushion scales. Most months of emphasis on this ; 7 to 9:30 P. M.-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

agement to those who reason rather ing the kind of pride we want. Manyof i chewing, sucking, piercing, or scale insects attach them- phase of rural areas develop- j

than rant. A week or so ago we reprinted those who participate in them are I I| rasping mouth parts. selves to the plant soon after ment indicate both the need I Probable 1963-64 Course Offerings

two letters from Negro laymen functionally illiterate. We don't see I I The worst foes of many hatching, and rarely move for recreation developmentsin

that, though from humble sources, disclosed them going to the library ana readingmore I ornamentals are thrips. mites from their feeding site for the rural America and tha LITERACY EDUCATION SELECTED COURSESHow

more commonsense reasoningthan books after they get out of jail." I I [red spider] and aphids. rest of exception.their lives.They Mealybugs remain I splendid leadership of soil and to read and write. Covers GradCredit Optional)

that contained in a carload of Warden suggested that those taking : Young thrips are yellowish, are an water conservation districts es 1"S'
slender creatures. A i mohile throughout life. Citizenship Education
, press releases from NAACP headquarters. part in the much-heralded march on : he said.
mature wisp of a thrip is These stick-tight scales loss USDA'S I Florida History & Geography
Washington take a swing through the I! Conservation Ser Government
their legs and antennae with American History &
about 1-40 inch long. The
Now, again, comes the voice of rea- Negro districts!$ of toe city and tell slum little pests feed by rasping the their first molt and become vice is now authorized to pro- !! ELEMENTARY\ EDUCATION English for Forei Born
r son in the form of a statement by an residents \ye're getting you the jobs plant surface then sucking small, round:: or pear-shaped help of to land owners in developing and operators : Preparation Grades 4-8. for High School Covers Americanism(Required for vs. Communism U.S. Diploma)

Oakland, Calif. Negro attorney who reminds -now Jou get the skills." the sap as it oozes from the outlines. The outer surface recreation resources for profit. I
his people that integration will The Afro-American Association will I wound. I may take on a waxy covering I II; SPANISH (Conversational)

not solve the Negro's problems until seek to raise funds through churchesand Often thrips fly to your orn I a powdery coat, or a cot- II I I GENERAL HIGH SCHOOL For beginners Other 1 and advanced>available stu-

the race develops dignity, education, individuals to finance its factoryand amentals in huge numbers tony finish. They feed by inserting ITnE: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT All levels of English Social Studies! dents on demand( )

and the skills needed to hold a job. school program. from nearby native plants. a tiny thread-like IV AVIJ FOR URADFORD I Sciences llathematlcsFor credit

DonaldVardin, national chairman of AnotKer voice of Aphids are a menace to tender beak Into the plant and suck COUNTY FLORID ChanceryNo. i or review. MUSIC Choral and Instrumental;
reason recently 13,:<< of ing out plant juices. I Music Theory (Notation);
shoots and buds because
the Afro-American Association whichis Dixie
heard was that of S. B. Fuller, one of Acceptance Corporation, I II Appreciation.
their rapid reproduction rate. Methods of controlling Plaintiff .:
sponsoring a self-help movement the most '
a- successful Negroes in businessin
I Incidentally don't blame scales and other insects are I vs- *
Negroes told conferencethat D. C. Jones and
mong a press America today. He had only a sixth Buddy I'
gentlemen aphids for damage.It's not the same in every sectionof F. Jones Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Mechanical' Drawing;
his Typing
people "should less
spend grade education but last
year paid an a fact that flippant females the state. So, before apply- Defendants I Business English, Office Practice Blueprint Reading;
Cadillacs and alcohol and more on open- income tax on over $100,000 ; NOTICE OF SUIT I. Electronics.GED .
gen- to
often reproduce genera- ing any insecticide be sure For credit or review.
TO: Buddy F. Jones, Residence:
ing factories to help Negroes get off uinely self-made man. tion after generation without chat with your county agricultural 1274 English Street Charleston I .
relief rolls." In interview Heights, South Carolina Testing Schedule For 1963-64 Week of Sept. 9,
an last week he told the any males around. Regardless I agent or your garden : i

lie criticized what he termed middle- story of his own career and urged Ne- I of sex the aphids feed by i I supply store manager. They a You suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you 1903-Week of Feb. 10,19G4-Week of June 15, 196-1

class Negroes who have achieved success groes to own their own businesses so sucking the sap from tender will recommend the best in the above entitled cause; and

in the professional, political, and as "to give jobs not just ask for plants, causing the plant to I chemical to use and the proper your:you are answer hereby with required the Clerk to file of OTHER TESTS BY APPOINTMENTThe

entertainment fields for separating jobs." become deformed. dosage. this Court, and to serve a copy.
educational for self-Improve
Adult Education Program provides opportunities
I thereof upon Plaintiff's attorneys I .
themselves from their own people and When asked whether Negroes have Nature has a way of con- Weinstein. Weinberg & ment and to qualify adults of any age for better living. It Is designed to meet the

shirking the mantle of leadership and done everything they can to help themselves trolling aphids. If you look at I Weinstein, 161 St. George Street. I needs of persons who are not able to attend regular public schools. The fully accredited -
encouragement."If I .an army of aphids you may I I I. -. -- I St Augustine Florida, not later program is made available by County Superintendent Harmon P. Morganand
he replied: "No. I don't think I than September 27, 1963. for small registration fee,
don't have the skills spot a friend the syrphid- the County Board of Public Instruction. Except a
you YQU will If you fail to do so, decree
not get job whether they have. They have failed to go into fly larva deflating the : pro confesso will be entered against I I the program is free.
a you are black or business." He told of larva at you for the relief demanded ,
one Negro church juice from an aphid ENROLL NOW!
white; and the bulk of Afro-American I in the complaintThe .
in Chicago that invested over a million the rate of one a minute. If
do nature of said suit being'
people not have the skills this I _
dollars in their church don't have the patience to
spokesman said.Warden's ; they could have :you Our Soil S Our Strength I --
I'wait out the battle of nature,
taken another million '
and start- j
Soil Conservation
group recently opened a ed a business, and this would have help then try a malathion spray. .. ,
clothing factory in the Oakland r'w .
area ed them Mites or red spiders are six- N-E-W-S _t .p .
\ which he hopes will employ at least 100 too." employ themselves and others, .

Negroes within a.year. In its efforts the main highways.-and there 6y Bill Haas
to. foster pride in i their race among Ne- %.He added that Negroes are not discriminated you can mosey along slowly Soil Conservation Service

groes, the association will also open against because of the color :stopping frequently when you i
of their skin. Foster Shi Smith. Bill Haas
"They are discriminated
schools offering classes in Afro-Ameri spot something of interest. I I '
can history. against because they have nothing to and Leon Carter attended the
I,18th Annual meeting of The
Integration of housing, schools. and offer that people want to buy. The Learned this week that ;' Florida Association of Soil

industry will not help the masses of minute they can develop themselves so I Andy Jackson, back in ter- | and Water Conservation
Negroes who lack the money to take they excel in whatever they do then I roritorial days, was anythingbut District Supervisors. The

advantage of more expensive quarters, they will find that they don't have any I a hero in this section. It theme was "Conservation Op- I ;' '.

who drop out of integrated schools, or real problems." II seems that in a letter he portunities In The Race For II th _.

who cannot seize job opportunities because His advice to his people: "First go I made the men a slighting of Florida reference saying to Space." The space was right I RIVERSIDE 500 DAYTONA m ATLANTA 500.

of a lack of job skills, Warden to school and get a good education. It's here in each county not ._
the 1
t that they courage .
outer In this fot ____ _
not to the space. race
said."If up teacher to see that he I necessary to settle the territory I ri .- I ( fl ; : 4Ii
the Afro-American is to gets it. It's to the space, recreation will take aRETRACTABLE I : .
better up student. When a I and advising the womento -
himself, there will have to be sacrifices. Negro child goes to school, he must I change husbands to get I I' r4 : :!

We'll have to give up the Cadillacs and concentrate on his work. Then, when I braver ones. v

alcohol, dope, bleaching creams, and he comes out of school come out with I S S : :

wigs." He estimated that in the Har something to offer, a talent that he A writer back in those days- ;

lem section of New York City alone, can sell." a surgeon stationed at Fort NOW...A ;

$75 million is Harlee, visited at Newnans-
spent annually by Negroes These
are the voices of .
on wigs, $80 million on alcohol, are raised all too seldom reason that ville where a July 4th cele- : ., ',, II---. -
$100 million and are bration was held, and in the MMI
on gambling, and $160 heard by all joo few. Somehow MONTE CARLO SHELL 4000 TRANS-CANADA RALLY INDIANAPOLIS 500
million we course of it many toasts were
on cars. feel that, if he were living today, this given to the heroes of the day.
also had criticism of civil is the advice that Abraham Lincoln The women sent in a toast of RIVE

rights demonstrators, though not Ques- would be giving the Negroes of the their own. in which they ;
t tioning their THE .
sincerity. "We want them nation.Farmer's blasted Andy Jackson for his FORDS.4 :
alleged statement, and ended L

..--- -- ... with the point that while! .
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-t--- countryside will \ DriveandbuyFord'S
w '.1.0 r-"WT--- slowly changeto I ; IIlIn
Andy might feel free to I .
: the fall colors, and to us this L change his marital status at I PEN 14 TIII I UV W fl .\ A Total Performance!

:; Diary prettiest. time. of. the year. will they proposed to keep I fk Nj I I W II 7V p 1 1: \\ It's more than
[! "
dance. Among others, we [[([fJ.bTRAcTA DY
, fA21 By Sam McGarrey On a trip over to the sea- v
found a plant with pretty l just race power

berry growers who are get- shore this week, we stoppedat pink blossoms, and got fromit i! Its realdurability
a swamp just the other THE '
I ting land ready to set out side of the bridge over the St. set some out at seeds home.which we will KTUCIUU MR'KTIUU IAU Kl Vi Vij {'J !

plants. One grower dries out Johns where we saw a beautiful 4

his field by running his trac- red "mallow" which we This entire section is a par- KING SIZE PEN! <

tor in it as If "laying off think is a type of hibiscus. adise for one interested in This extra-length lindy

rows," and the deep tracts We got immature seed from Nature and its various pro- boll pen balances! perfectly -

made by the machine serve as one plant, and dug up a ductions. Within a short distance in your hand to />---j; Get a money-saving victory celebration buy on a winning
give truly Tension.
drainage rows.. S nearby smaller one. and are such different I free wrftinggKING you ;.. -. .- ----.,'--.--.- --. Super Torque Ford fastback hardtop same model thatwon
planted it at home. When th3 places as the Gulf swamps ; 1-2-3 in the recent Firecracker 400 at Daytonal!
sun more rain during the There's always the risk of seeds are dried. Alice will and Keys, the seashore and SIZE INK -- 1st through 5th places in the Daytona 5001! Took 1st place in
",week and although Santa Fe getting bogged down through.I I .. _ I ....,
plant them. and we're hoping the St. Rivers areas, the Pay- SUPPLY! -- ---- the Riverside 500, Charlotte 600. Atlanta 500 and other tots
and New Rivers are up, they for while the tractor Is a they will grow. I ne's Prairie. the Okefenoke The chock-full.of-ink of total performance.

are not flooded and most of glutton for work, and stronger S S swamp, or our own flatwoods brass cartridge runs

the rainfall Is absorbed by the than a brace of oxen it cannot We ventured only a short section, and the sandy ridgesof entire writes length and writes pen.with.. .7 k Win huge savings now on our new Fairtanel Powered by tie

vegetation which covers most swim. distance into the swamp Ewe the old Spanish Trial never a refill! ': :. _. -___-.---.- same basic Fairlane V-8 that made race history on straight
of the county. However the a were In bathing suits] but in S -"-_.? .' gasoline in the Indianapolis 500. Remember, It takes more

bays and ponds are filling ua: First sign of fall: saw a that small area found dozensof All these places are withina WISE..BUY I_ .. V than simply going power to win these tough track events-it

rapidly, and If we get a hurricane sapling in a swamp, either a different plants which Intrigued short drive, but once there KING SIZE! 9 takes braking power. steering. road-holding power, and

rain, we'll have flood maple or sweet gum on which i usThe spot was a you must drive slowly if you' loots feels and give above all durability and staying power! ..*...._.*

conditions. the top leaves have already I naturist's heaven the soil are to see anything. Get off: you the smooth. Skip-

I turned yellow and red. It i, light and rich, and strange their own illustrious swains.I free expect writing from you only would the : Join the winner's circle in a new Falcon scatback same

The rain poses a problem to won't be long now before the and exciting plants in abun- S I most expensive pensj I model that won its class 1-2 in the world-famous Monte
Then in 1837 Newnansville Carlo (Rallye. Won the coveted Manufacturers-Team' Award

was the biggest community in. J__ __ in the rugged Shell 4000) Rally across Canada this con
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\.oRI1,44 this entire section. and now it,. I -- tinent's toughest test of car endurance. And won its class:
1 ----- .. i in the Mobil Economy Run I ..
is all gone except for a cemetery _.__ f.
by that name. But at:

(1, ACTh! ESTABLISHED 1879 the time it boasted of a :
(6u !. L MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLUHCM courthouse [Dell's], a fort, M
two rival hotels many shops
1.> 1,61 FLORIDA'S OLDEST: WEEKLY NEWSPAPER: PUBLISHED CON- and a number of dwellings. I
: ot% TINUOUSLV UNOCA THE SAME MASTHEAD Fort Harlee [then called San- .

ta Fe) was the biggest placeIn

POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT Of MARCH $. tee present Bradford County S Manufactured bj tINS MM CO.,WCCutnr
and on July 20. 1839 General City California,U.SX TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

IN TRADE AREA. OXB YEAR 3.50 - SIX :MONTHS $2.00 Zachary Taylor held a big J

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONS meeting there to perfect plans I
YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.25
for conducting the Seminole The TELEGRAPF I .
206 West Madison Street
Starke Florida
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Tyyyyyyy''yTyTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyI Red Cross Classes ture of nearly $100,000 seems I. make certain that all Interested -

Mayor Walker Recommends Judge In First Aid .II I( Group Seeks Changes In Voting I to have fallen by the wayside I.: members have knowledge -

KEYSTONE{ HIGHLIGHTS I and it is the memberownerwho I. of this movement ana

,I I.{ fc By alary K. Schaeffer I ]For Keystone's Municipal CourtA i Come,I i i A 14-weeks To course Close of standard !I II Ii Procedures Of Clay Cooperative : added."To is make footing matters the bill worse," he1," I,,I their an opportunity sentiments in to the express matters

I . i| and advanced American Baker continued "This a-.r copies of the petition
f i & &&&& &&&&&& LA&LAAAAAAA .AAAAAAAAA I recommendation for the I fer of body from old truck to Red Cross first aid instruction : A group of Clay Electric t:ook it upon themselves to deride I mount of money for bUll-dOz.-.1 i were placed in area news

'J Board Meeting Held Shaw of Wildwood, and her: ippointment of a municipal ; new' truck, making total of :was completed at Keystone Co-op members are circulat-: : what is 'in the best in- ing, to be best knowledge of!J, papers last week. It was sug-

At Clay Electric 1 niece, Mrs. Charles Browningof J judge to preside over a municipal $2,580.87. Charge to Garbage Heights on Aug. 22 with certificates ing a petition to bring about t;erest of the Co-operative our group, was not put out for;': gested that persons desiring to

t For PTA Planning WaWo, were visiting Mrs.I I court in Keystone] Equipment.From awarded as follows: changes in the voting proi. ather than allow the member'' bids, but was let on a personal help effect the proposed

William Wolf president of I,, M. L. Beasley in Keystone. ]Heights was made by Mayor I IRo. ( same fund $2,398.42 Completing Standard Course: '| cedures at the annual meetIngs : s hip; to vote on what is best'I basis, which leaves room i i I changes should sign and clip

the Keystone Heights PTA, Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Beasleyare J L. Walker at a special [ for purchase of resuscitator. ,Q. Gardner, Frank Nooney, RoyTyre. ': in Keystone Heights. According : 1 for: the Co-operative as is the :, for conjecture to say the I out the petition and mail it

called an Executive Board: sisters. Mrs. Beasley and I ]'meeting of the City Council!! it i ion Charge to Fire Equipment. f ':' to D. A. Baker, a {:ase in most democratic oranizations. least. |. to the return address indicated. -

meeting for Friday, Aug. 23 | her company went to visit J (t Aug. 20. j Charge to Municipal Build- I Completing Standard and spokesman for the group, it | ." Baker said. In order for the group to .

an the Clay} Electric confer, still another sister :Mrs. Gertrude -! The meeting had been call- j ing Fund $1,000 for new ad- I Advanced Course: Wm. Beam was proposed to the Board of Among the procedures to I

ence room. : Nichols, of Lake Geneva : I(ed to discuss the town's proposed > oition to Fire station. IE. R. Fox, R. Chance, :M. L. ; Trustees that these changes i hich the members of the'.

Many matters of impor-: whose son was home new budget, and also and carried. Kingsbury, R. Spence-Thomas, be put before the member-i jroup object are the follow-

tance were discussed. one Of 1 from Miami on vacation. I the findings of a special audj j. The motion was secondedby R. N. Sunderland, C. L. Tolfor' I I I ship at the last annual meet-j ing:

the main ones .being.\ George Mrs. Addie Spilman has ra- .it, recently made of the city, Councilman Roy Watkinsand ; ,E. Hubbard, J. Hammond. R. :: ing, but the proposal was re- 1. The nomination meetings

E. LaRue's report on the 1963 turned to her home in St.(I I'which was critical of alleged carried. Hamm nd. I jected on the grounds that it'j! j jI in the districts are held at remote -

Halloween Carnival plans. Us Louis, Mo. after spending the'' deficiencies in police records Chairman Don Pangborn Completing Instructors I was "not in the best interests i iJ locations within each Keystone Heights Restaurant

has many new and exciting i summer with her sister Mrs.Ii and certain other procedures i statej that he had gone- over:I .,Course: R. G. Beam M. E. Lov- J of the Co-operative." i ii
ideas and 'his outline Indicated Nellie Grajson, on Brooklyn at the Keystone city hall. i I an area within the city limits !i iI I'orn, E. L. Jones Jr. C. L. )Ic- | "It is strange to note that ;and by choice of the incumbent -

that much time and Bay. In defense of the depart-; recently with Allen Lostinger ''Glave. even though the Florida sta- } trustee. ', UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT I

thought have been spent to Mr. and Mrs. William Pinon I ment, Mayor Walker told the of the Clay County Soil Conservation \i The 2 1-2 hours per week tutes, under which Clay Elec-i 2. The annual meetings, '

make this one the very beat' are visiting in Cincinnati, Oi council that all police tickets Service, and John'coures were held in the Key- I trio operates, allows for elections 'where the actual elections of
\ are accounted for and that;,Griffin U. S. area surveyor I II stone Fire Department with R. of trustees to be the '
; oarnivals of all. I i. hio, and Leroy, Kansas. I II : by trustees take place are always -
a The matter of refreshments Mrs. Edna Beasley spent : there had never been any ..|I for Soil Conservation, in a''\\Veghorst, Alachua CountyRed ;I members residing within their': called for Thursday,

F after meetings was discussed. three days in Gainesville I,police tickets missing. He said I survey of excess water con-I Cross instructor, in charge. I respective trustees districts!. making it difficult for the
I'I, (
and it was decided that it is1'': with Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Simons -.! that if the auditors had call- !ditions, drainage and ditches' The new instructors at Keystone i the memberrs of this board average members to attend or
1 ed for the police ticket books in Keystone Heights. Mr.1I i are planning to offer a
a much. easier matter to talk last week. Mrs. Beasley i vote.
with a teacher over a cookie : was there to help out her I while making their audit, the I Griffin told11'. Pangborn I I'I standard course starting the ,: and Mrs. Vira Herring. I 3. There is always less than

and a cup of coffee than friend, Mrs. Simons, who had 'tickets would have been avail- I'I that he would contace the U. \last of September. 1: Airs. 'Ruth Gornto and ten per cent of the qualified
S. Engineers for a further survey -
without {;refreshments. It was injured herself in a fall from' able.Mayor I Vickie of Grandin. Doris electors attending or able to
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decided, therefore to get the a ladd r. I Walker also stated and thought he could I II I VVTT YTTYVVVVVYVVVYYTVCRANDIN Price of Korahome, and I attend these meetings due to: ,
ball by the of- that the Municipal Court I have one prepared in the near some of the foregoing facts.
( tolling having Miss Gertrude Houser has Kathy Gornto spent a coupla:
I licers serve as hosts at the returned home after an en-' docket book was brought up future. I of days last week at Valano "The petitions are being

first'meeting, Sept. 19. ,, joyable vacation with her: to date, and that he would i At its regular meeting on Beach. ciiculated to bring about

Ranch Type Party I brother and family, Air. and !! contact the auditors about depositing -I Aug. 13 the council: I II By Cliarleyene Dranlleyj Mr. and Mrs. Bob Strick-: changes in the election of
Closes Out Summer police bond money i Agreed to place an exten-I trustees that the members
Mrs. Harold Houser. I land of Ormond Beach spent| so
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Keadin: ? Season I once a week. j sion to the police phone system weekend be able to get more effective -
Major and Mrs. Wayne B. I I II th; at their cottage may Earl and Ollie Luke, Owners-Managers
Cookies and punch were Sargent and two children are'1' The mayor's recommenda. in the home of Ray j I Mr. and Mrs Phillip Seig- on the lake. I representation on tlw

served at the Keystonebranch visiting Mrs. Mattie Sargent)I tion concerning municipalcourt Ii i Chance and employ Mrs. i ler announce the birth of a Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Fogle of board, and to prevent such SPECIALIZING IN STEAKSBLUE

of the Clay County 1 Maj. Sargent's mother in. will be taken under consideration '! Chance to monitor this phone ;, daughter. Doris Lynn, on Florahome gave a Back to I wastes of money as the unused -

Library last Friday afternoon Keystone. Major Sargent returned -i by the council, and :, for a salary of $10 per month.!I I Aug. 23 in Putnam Memorial i School Party on Saturday I right-of-way cut from PLATES WITh FRESH VEGETABLES

\ for the 39 boys and girls participating 1 last week from eleven 1 a municipal judge appointedin I I Voted to pay George E. La- j I I Hospital. Mother and daughter !' night for the school children Middleburg to Green Cove

in the summer! months in Korea, during the near future.A I Rue $25 expense money and : ale now back home and of Grandin. and Florahom1: Springs," Baker said. "The a- Ice Cold Beer

reading club. Eighteen mem- which time his family was'living letter of resignation from I j $1 for his survey on water I getting along fine. :'' at the Old School House here I mount of money representedby

; bers received certificates for I in Green Cove Springs. I City Clerk Edward: R. Cor- I I rates. It was noted that the Mr. and Mrs. Richard in Grandin. About 30 youngsters this project alone would Hiway 100 At the Keystone Stoplight

naving read ten or more,, The Major and his wife ani' gett, dated Aug. 17, was read I $1 was for pay.Requested I Brockman and family of attended. Games were I: have resulted in immeasurable -

books, and eoght of these children will report to Fort! and the resignation accepted. the MunicipalCode I I Lake City were visiting Otis: I;, played and some squareI savings to the Co-oper- Open From 6 A. M. Till-?

read at. least 21 books. Benning on Sept. 1, where he | Upon motion by CouncilmanGene Corp. to furnish the codi- and Mrs. Ethel Brockmani danced. Refreshments were ii | ative owners. This expendi-
Frankie Tolford. who set Williams, council approved fication of ordinance accordingto i I Sunday afternoon.
will be with the Control and j finger sandwiches, cup cakes. \,
his goal at 100 books for tho Test Center of the llth Air the appointment of the new city charter. I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brani-I canay, and punch. '

ftummer. came out ahead with Assault. I William J. Dermody as city Turned over the bills for ley and family visited Six- I Well school started today i]

104 to his credit? Mark Nolan clerk and treasurer. uncollected taxes to the police Gun Territory and Silver
Mrs. A. R. Tiedgen i I and things were sort of quietin lOHTSlLRGSEBUSINESS
Mr. Dermody said that department for collec I
was second with 87. Roxann children left last Sunday I Springs last Tuesday. Eugene Grandin. The children
Ketch read 82 and Willie since he is serving as a dep- has been on vacation this I
after a visit of 10 days with, tion.Ordered j seemed halfway glad that
|i uty sheriff of Clay County, futher investiga- I I
last week.
Dey 43. Mrs.1
Mrs. Tiedgen's mother, school was back in session. I
i he had approval of Sheriff lion before acting on C. J. O'Connor's I II I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES
: Ella Belisario
All books lead were of library Stella Stanley, and her var-1 'I j I Mrs. was ill I
merit, and suitable for ious other relatives. Her husband i John P. Hall to accept the request for city aid at her home last week, but fTYTTYTYTTYYYTYYYYVTYlMELROSE .
appointment city clerk. I in furnishing required piping I' H__
their age group. These child- came after them, and 1, she is feeling much better
well their I After spending considerabletime s needed to eliminate erosion on now. I GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTS
ren, as a$ parents, drove them to their home in i ". I
in discussion of the propodb1963643 -. easement property between 1
may well be proud of their 'I The Youth Choir/of Para
.. Columbus. Ga. Mrs. Tiedgen
achievement! .. is the former Peggy Stanley. : budget'Councilman his houseand Mrs.: White i kt. Chutch '1d, 5ffifr:i '!aV-1I1: ; I rn 'o:.: .,!;'" .- ;T V Service Center'J. TilE
; By )lrs.1ire Itothhammervyvvvvvyvyvyyyyyyyy'
Bill Beam moved S Plants
In keeping with the western Community Church News the hea1s.: home of Mr. and :Mrs. B. J. I I R. TIMES Proprietor Keystone Heights
adoption of the Heard Councilmen Williams
new budgetat I
theme of the Alderman last Friday night. ;
O Garden and
Mrs. William Walz, president : Authorized Motorola Philco
club the refreshment table a total of $40,029 and establish and Beam speak on the I About 20 people from Flora- Furniture RestaurantEarl
has called the Execu- the tar millage at 11 financing of new Fire Depart SCHOOL BEGINS Sales and Service & Ollie Luke .
was labeled "Chuck Wagon, home and Grandin were pre-
tive Board meeting and Wor- mills. Councilman Gene Wil- :ment would make the School bells rang Monday .
necessary -
Service On AU 3Lkes
I Duralite and DoTont OwnersIanagers
and was covered with a red sent. Games were played, i
ship of the Church Womenfor iams seconded the motion and : down payment. Council morning, Aug. 26, for some
and white checked cloth. prizes won bY'David Brantley FaintsS Our SpecialtyBlue
10 a. m. Friday Sept. 6. it was approved. approved their request for .: 400 students at Melrose Hign -
Plates with
Janelle Weaver.. Cookies
Punch from and
was dipped a :
in the educational building. Councilman Beam also permission for the School marking the beginningof Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Wallpapers Painter's
bucket on the table. Mrs. cake and cokes were served Fresh VegetableCOLD
This will be a covered dish mOVE d to ratify the purchaseof I borrow the rest of the i iI the 1963-64 school year. A I j Keystone Heights, 473-4631 Supplies
Ruth Pangborn assisted Mrs. for refreshments. ( BEER
4 luncheon with all elected officers the following equipment1'money needed to complete I I faculty of 19, headed by Principal -1
Helen Lawrence in serving. I Mrs. Charleyene Brantley, ;
I II Open From 6:00: A.JL Till-
PERSONALS and committee chair- and to ratify the transfer of I payment, this money to be Charles and Zan were visiting I Clarence C. Holden,: AUTO SERVICE Zike'sDecorating
men attending. The date was the following funds from the I paid off within three years. opened the doors to students I At the stoplite Keystone Hgt*.
:Mrs. Mickey Herring, Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Un-
daughter of Mrs. Wilma Stover changed as Mrs. A. C. Holt Municipal Building Fund to I Decided that the Police Department .i derwood hi Palatka Friday. Monday 'after having had a !| Terrell's
will be back in Keystone by the Street Equipment Fund as will, in the future, two-week planning period. I Shop Lake Brooklyn
of McRae, left last week Rev. and Mrs. TJ.. Spicr Gulf Service
that time. follows: deposit all fines and forfei- New teachers include: Mrs.
e for Jacksonville Technical I II' and son of Atlanta, Ga. were I Keystone Heights RestaurantSTEAKS
Officers, are: Mrs. Walz One tractor, cost $3,000' ture money on the next banking Oland Wilson, who will instruct 1! New & Used Tires
College where she will study visiting Mrs. Ruth Reed last
president; Mrs. Robert Hen- plus $135 for weights, mak- day after collection. the third grade class; All Sizes PHONE 473-3861 CHOPSSPECHLIZING
secretarial work. Patrons at Friday. Rev. Spier preachedin From $3.00 Up -
dry, 1st vice president; Mrs. ing total of $3,135. | Discussed the sale of same Mrs. B. A. Ogilvie, the music LV
will miss wh Melrose and Jacksonville
Mickey, Lubrication Batteries Acces.
Edward Firth, 2nd vice pres- Ffom same fund, $2,398..42 :old material, sewer pipe, etc. and band instructor; Richard I
has been working this sum- I ident; Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle, for purchase of new garbage for a price of $50ihich about 20 years ago. IF.I Ross, Jr., English teacher: !OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30: P. M. SEA FOOD
mer at the fountain there. ''I
Miss Marian secretary; Mrs. Robert Dodd., truck plus $57.45 for power j i would be used to purchase Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fennel and William Carl Herring. : Keystone Heights 473-4279 INSURANCE ORDERS TO GO -
Beasley spent i
t treasurer. Circle chairmen; take-off plus $125 for trans- new material. of Sanford was visiting: I athletic director for boys, and 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplit
four days last week in Lake Mrs. Annie Sikes in a Starke ,AUTO STORE .
I football coach. High school ,
Mrs. J. Azzie Williams, No. 2; Keystone Heights
City with her friend Elizabeth Mrs. John A. Williams, No.2, Wildt, Rebeccas. ing at the Church on Tues- hospital on Friday. Mrs. faculty members who taught !
DuBose. Each circle chairman will 3 at 10 Circle Sikes is I: Western Auto Murrhee
co-chairman will attend day, Sept. a.m. slowly improving. as I -
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Crouch Mrs. I.: C. Stringer has movedto carry back to her individual chairmen will draw the names.I Johnny Mikel of Jacksonville ':: turning include: L. O. Bald- I Associate Store

and two children of St. Inglis; Mrs. Seth Kennedy,, circle the planning and pro-',1 of the ladies to be in their i spent the weekend with i win; Mrs. Geraldine Jackson; AgencyGeneral Inn \ .

Petersburg spent the weekend No. 3; Mrs. David Nelson, No. grams as set up at the Sept. own circles. All members I his family, Mr. and Mrs.I Harry F. Jackson, 7th grade Appliance**-Major or Small RestaurantFormerly .

: in Keystone with Mr. and 4; Mrs. Floyd Koons, Nn. 5;,: 6 meeting. will please be present. I Harry Grainger. John and'1 home room teacher: Mrs. Auto Accessories, Tires

Mrs. C. E. Mitchell-Mrs. The several committee News From St. William'sThe David Herring of Gainesville I'! Buddy Lee Berry 8th grad Batteries. InsuranceFire
Mrs. Charles W. WalleniusNo I
Crouch and Mrs. Mitchell are chairman fill in the various ladies of the churchare spent a couple of days last .:, home Mrs. Frances Sporting Goods Bicycles.' Lawrence's Dinette
sisters. *' ,**$&W! 6; Mrs. Sara McDonaldNo. 'j j aspects of church organiza- expected to prepare five.I week with Mrs. Callie Rye I., room; Hardware, l'Paints Garden Casualty Bond* COMPLETELY REMODELED;

Last Tuesday Mrs. Earl 7; Mrs. Aughtry Vance.i tion work as they bring to the (Continued on Page 11)) :r (Continued on Page 11)) Supplies. Allied Linn OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLYw
Nightengales; Mrs. J. W. w___.. w.,_____ .. .._-L__
Worship their particular ideas.' --- -- : KEYSTONE HEIGHTSi! I innnrrs .L.uarne -
1, i Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285
These chairmen are: Mrs. A. I Ala Carte Italian Foods
.4 C. Holt, Spiritual Life; Mrs I Electrical Contractors ,|I. .-i- ,I 1 Block North of Red Light
I H. L Stevens, Finance; Mrs. II I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
: Jackson Electric Co.]
,. Gallop, Member- [MILLWORK -I
j ship; Mrs. Mable Husbands ELECTRICAL CttNTRACrOR1House ,! REAL ESTATEC.

I Hospitality; Mrs. Frank P. CONSUMERS OF CLAY ELECTRIC COOPThe Wiring, Electric Range!!
SURE I'M .i Egan. Publicity; Mrs. R. A. and Water Heater Repairs I f J. Pete O'Connor

Gaunt, Kitchen; Mrs. J. A. General Electric Repair Work, Keystone

Williams, Serving Projects: i Call 'Toby" For All Your REALTOR
: state law under which the Cooperative functions provides I
WATCHING ALL Mrs. Charles Titus, Sunshine; Electrical Needs REAL ESTATE
means of electing trustees. One of which says that the trustee shall be 473--49731 Miliwork Shop
Mrs. Bernard Slocomb, Visitations Keystone Heights Ph: MpRTGAGES APPRAISALS

I. ; Mrs. Walter Grolick. elected by the members residing in his respective district. Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297

I THE, GUlLS '. Welfare. This will require an amendment to the by-laws of Clay Electric Cooperative FARM SUPPLIES CABINETS' DOORS' .h. '

_ I ti #! The first fall general meet- and in order to make this amendment it will be necessary to C. &- L. Feed Co. WINDOW" FRAMES S.- .' Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
Ing of the Church Women ..:; SCREENS .
COJJY1 !. call special membership meeting for the Cooperative. J
will be held at 7:30: p. m. a C. M. BURKHALTER, JR. Trim Materials : :
_ Monday Sept. 9, in th? Please read the attached copy of petition carefully and if you are interested
S FEEDS Sub 5I4e T. Order I, !t.Iter.. Real E UU Brb r
: and the treasurer met Aug. 28 sign the copy and maiHo P. 0. Box 5, Lake Geneva, Fla. Thisis S 'L4kc .
FERTILIZERS Properties Acretf
ward Firth will give a book Keystone Heights 473-4285 ,
1 r i. : reieuon Southeast Asia. important if you truly want fair representation for your district on the FARMERS HARDWARE 1 "'j tancl1e1 Easiness City.

The Finance Committee Board of Trustees.We Earleten j Home -lUnt&ls

comprised of circle leaders TeL Melrose GR .5-5163 .I NURSERY "We Take A Personal Intend

and the treasure met Aug. 23 Ij I In Tour Requirement *"

to plan the 1963-64 budget. the members Electric j'I Midway: Keystone Heights S
: undersigned of Clay CooperativeInc. FLORIST
,.' JMaybe he'll give girls-and take Special notice, change of Stock Thousands Of
up I Nursery UelroMHlway
. ., in accordance with Article 3, Section 2 of the By-laws of I
time: On Sept. 1 the Morn-
ing Worship Service will be at Clay Electric Co-operative Inc, do hereby respectfully request Edna Williams i.I i Plants & Fruit Trees, To; 21-Open 8oadyrR -

,;: books. One of the books for the FLORIST NURSEEI Choo<,e From. Nice Shade Trees, ; 6-tA1
up we recomnteru 11 o'clock. Dr. Holt will be that a special meeting of the membership be called purpose I.1 i

back after a month of vacationing of amending the.:By-laws of the Co-operative and causingthe FLOWERS .I Evergreens I. Landscape

i is. a savings pass book at the Keystone and preaching in Trustees to be elected from the. District which they represent For An Occasion I!j Plants. AU In Container>> Plant.;1-S. E._ McKay, Realtor;

North Carolina.On and by the members residing herein. It is further requested \roM! Phone; OR 5.2331,;Anytime. See Our Plants For: 14 Lots Lake Ully .- $S500.'Terras .

_I Sept. 1, Dr. C. G. H. that this special meet ing"be held On any Saturday:that GARAGES ,I Quality. Let Us Do Your .16 Lot Sunset Lake -
State Bank. Get
yours now.KEYSTONE. Kruger of Lutheran Churchof falls within the prescribed period of time 'set ,forth in the By- Landscaping 'I S2775. Terms Investment tracti

Jacksonville will be guest laws. HILL'S GARAGE large enough 'for several lots -

preacher.At access to wide sandy beach.
the Sunday morning 0. C. Carnes Nursery Use for recreation while .
(Sign name as it appears on your light bill)) Electric and Acetylene holding
service August 25. Rev. i .j 1 I ; for investment E-Z Terms. .
; James Keller, grandson of Dr. Address Welding 33 3IL East Of Starke On:2 BR CB furnished 'cottage oateaatiful 1:
I MlMIU J. D. L c.. HEIGHTS I Holt, preached. Radiator Repairs 'liny 100 At Florabome.! Lake Hntchinson .
.iit-ii.r' .... .. ..... 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE;'
: Lchtwj llrl First Baptist Church News ; Business Phone 684-5665 $7,000. Terms. '
j Tailored Seat Covers & Trim

The Women's Missionary n _. Ke)1ltone4.3.UG5. Residence Phone 68-t. .5O: Keystone Heights Fla
Union of the First Baptise 1 I l.
Nile 473-4109 Xight Time and 7 to 8 a. in. 473-iSie
-" Church of Keystone Heights CLIP OUT AND RETURN TO BOX 5, LAKE GENEVA, FLA. .-
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,4 \ t T T TYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYY1lAWTET IJ :I the part that each takes in the I Waycross Ga. brought a;great Mr. .and Mrs. .Wer Hogue 1!trip, to the Great Smoky and : friends,..are, encouraged ,to attend _week! .at the home of Mr.- and f I'visitors. here Saturday of last I Suud y. Mrs. Williams and
.. ; Ridge Mountains. i either to iskate Mrs. JiL L. Watterson \rer3'! week withMrs. Ina .nijht.1'I children attended revival services -
,pattern all over the world. ]message last Sunday miming anil three daughters spent Blue I ; or .just )
% :Mrs. Karen Kiser of Penney i and evening. quartet from Thursday to Saturday with Charlie Thomas of "Haw i to "watch. I' Mrs.Flora Warren and son of: Mr. and. "Mrs. Higginbotham:' at Dedan Church Friday

Farms was guest speaker at I''the Waycross Baptist Church, them. thorne visited the Earl Dobbs Power Telephone Lines West, Palm Beach.. Mr. and of Tampa have moved into evening.

the Methodist Church last Sunday I one .of Khoiuvas *Mr.iRocu- !Mrs. tfoyce Futch' ,was in familylastThursday./ :: Foaled Up Last Weekend I Mrs. Watterson' drove to Day- I J: the John<:Haney house at the I Mrs. A. }r. Burris and

By Ema BIanchirLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA41 morning. She and the late son's daughter, sang two num Black Mountain, N. C. over the I I Mr.: and Mrs. Mack Sweat Last weekend was a rough': tona Beach Tuesday for a'': east end of town, next to the': daughter of Jacksonville

Mr. Kiser spent 12 years as bers. It was a treat to hear weekend,.visiting her two sons, and Mrs. Sapp visited their lone for utility companies here | visit with their sonrin-law: Haney's present home. Mrs. :: visited here Sunday with Mrs.

missionaries in North Africa.Dr. them.; Terry and Ralph, who are em- daughter and granddaughter with a large limb falling- on''! and daughter. Mr. ,and Mrs.Donald Higginbotham a teacher in :, Burris' mother, Mrs. W. H.

Church Activities Basil R. Truscott of Pen- Thursday night the Associa- ployed there. Mr and. Mrs. Ronnie McClellan 1:Division Ave.. Friday. evening,)t, McMahone, and child ; Lawtey, and Mr. Higginbotham Maxwell.Waldron.

The. Methodist WSCS met I, ney Farms will be the gaest tional Sunday School Mass This! week's guests of Mi s. O. and children of Jasper last: : causing.several breaksin electrie \, ren. is a sjtudent} at the University -''I Wadsworth left

with Miss Enza Blanchard speaker next Suaday. Meeting .of the, 1'l cwRirks- J. Phillips were Mr and Mrs. (Sunday. Ronnie is being tr.l ,and telephone service. | .J. W. Home, .Mr. and Mrs. of.Florida. I this week for New Orleans to

Tuesday night, August 20. with The First Baptist WMU: met sociation was h'eid .in tbe First Fate Rood and their son and !ferred to Sylvania Ga. S.1 Sunday afternoon's thunderstorms -: Richard May and daughter, Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent j ship out on a Carribbea

.a Mrs. A. H. Harley and :Mrs. H. Tuesday night, Aug. 20, at the Baptist,Church iiev. C. Crosby daughter-in-law: :Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mann and I. brought more I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams last weekend in Lake City tour with the Merchant

C.. ,Wainwright conducting the home of Mrs. Ralph Wise. :Mrs. of Bayless JJi *ay Chuixh, Felman Redd and :young son children of Baker were guests' havoc in areas surrounding i, and family of New,Port Rich- with Mr. and Mrs. Will Russ. I Marine.

e devotionaL Mrs. R. E. Lee preI' Dick Starling brought tha devotional gave the devotional and Re,"., all of Macon, Ga. oil Mr. and :Mrs. Michael Dobbs Hampton: than within the city: ey.,, and. Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Overnight guests here last

sented the program on "United and presented the closing -I I William Dunagan of .Madison Visiting Mrs. C. R. Crews and family last Saturday.IIAMPTG.N. .. limits. Telephone lines were : Barksdale and family of week with .Mrs. Chastain NEW RIVER BAPTIST
[ Nations Family." Workers of chapter of the study book Street Church was moderator. Sunday were :Mr. and Mrs. H. knocked dqwn near ,Highway' Starke! left Sunday for a. were her brot and

I' different occupations were rep- World Awareness." I,Rev. McCullough of Raiford I C. Crews of Clearwater for the ,yy y..yy y r 3Q1,,and Jightning '., camping trip in the Smokey I sister, Mr. and. Mrs. J. L. CHURCH

resented by the members telling Rev. George Robinson of.. Baptist Church .brought the ,day. They came to get: ,their j.ported several places. Rewiring Mountains. i' Chancey of Clennont.
I I I message to the 61 attending. two sons who had.been spend ( ,}..Xrf both electric and telephone -]'i ,,Air, and .Mrs. Paul Jones I Sherry Norman daughterof Sunday School, 10 a. m.

Schedule of Services ing some time with their grand- : lines was done Monday.jmqyed Monday into one of the Mr. and Mrs. :Marklee Norman Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

t for .. Grace: Methodist: : Sunday mother. Miss Vera Crews of By Mrs. D.:'. Hill I on the break on Division May house.3 on St. Rd. 325 at : ,,epent,last week wither Training:: Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening

headqtialit rs 'School.. 9:45 a.m. .Worship, 11 Jacksonville was at home over .... t.' .IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLLAJ Street by the Christian I the east end of town. They have : grandparents, Mr, ,j nd :p. rs. Worship. 7:30: pjn. MIdweek

:ajn. ,MYF each Wednesday, Sp.m. the weekend.Mrs. I t r Church, where temporary connections been living in one of ths : Leroy N9rman, Heilbronn.. Prayer Service, Wednesday -

ia' : Susie Norman of Jack- ,.School Begins Tuesday; were made late Friday -, trailer homes at the Carl Mr. .and. Mrs. J. Williams. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.

; ; 1:! 4 First Baptist:Sunday School, sonville visited Mrs. Lula .Nor Three New Teachers ., night? after the tree-sized Brou-ns. : and daughters and Rev. and I

,10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. .I man Sunday. Hampton, Elementary oak limb fell. j Mrs. Marie Clemons of Mrs. P. L. Estes attended the i Cash Paid for Good, Clean

: Training Union, 8 Fiayer Mrs. Bill Reid of Jacksonville school ;Tuesday Personals : Heilbronn and Mrs. Wilma basket dinner at Dedan Bap- Rags. No Khakis or Wool. All

e. I,,Meeting each "Wednesday, 8 p .[spent Sunday with Mrs. Effie m9rniflggrades one throughsix Overnight company last I Knight of Jacksonville were tist Church near Brooker, Cotton. Bring to Telegraph.
m. Intermediate GA 1st and Miner. ,- at /815; am.. with three
; 8 Mr. and Mrs. George .Estes _. .
3rd Tuesdays, p.m. Youth new teachers. ---"---- --. -
alternate Satur- are visiting relatives in Church .
Meeting on _
Parents of new first grader::;1i "
8 Hill, Tenn.
SPECIAL BUY days p.m. are .reminded that physical
Mr. and Mrs. Jam's Waters Louie Lee Wainwright Jr,of
exams are required, and
and sons attended the family Tallahassee! visited l his grandparents may REA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
still be taken of at I
care ths _
Just in Time for Opening 'reunion at the home of Mrs.Waters' -,}-lr. Jand Mrs. T. L. Bradford
County Clinic in
.. r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright Sunday.
3 Buford in Max- Starke. For any child who has ,
.of School Sept. 1 Higginboham,
:, notalready ,been registered, a -
:ville Sunday. All of the children -
ryvvvvyvvmvvvvyyyRAIFORD birth certificate is
Reg. 15c \yhiIe.(1'hey, Last and grandchildren were .first day, of school.necessarythe AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL GARDEN SUPPLIES music SUPPLY
present. This was also a celebration ,
High Quality New teachers include -].Irs. '
4 C anniversaries I
of birthday -
Susan Lloyd, pf Gainesville, LINCOL.'XlIERCURY Learn CompleteBeauty Culture
: : of Mr. Higginbotham; a who will be: teaching the first i VpOMET. I Girls Women ::- Men Johnson & Paris, Inc. New and UsedPIANOS
COLOREDPENCILS fl 'daughter, :Mrs. Lye! Schmehl of tjlA&WAAAAAALAAAAAAA FIAT METCOR Tuition .Budgeted -
grade. Mrs. Lloyd, taught last Complete Line of
:South ,Carolina; Mr. Waters, OUiTAKSDRU31SSlIEr.:1
Mrs.: Lessie and little.
Barnett in Baltimore Md.Mrs.. FREE PLACEMENTSpecial
year ,
and Mrs. D. A. Jones. Mr and :I MUSIC
Authorized Sales-Service- SEEDSPLNTS..LFERTILIZERS
and Mrs. Her-
granddaughter, Brush-Up Courses
,:Mrs. p. A. Jones and Mr. and ; Spradley of Keystone I Budget Term
man Sapp and daughters were

proximately;Mrs. Albert gappinfield 30 other yid friends.ap visiting this week in Lakeland:l I i Heights grade the: 'This new will,second be' Parts Central Hairstyling 'tlcid8-Pt't Supplies Lillian's Music Store .

Red Green Blue, Black with Cohen Barnett and other Trained Mechaalcs.4loods.\
I her-first year teaching, since "We Rent Fertilizer
:,and relatives enjoyed the occasion relatives, and Mrs. Barn i?s V College Spreaders' "Gainesville Leader"Since
Red & Blue Combination ,' brother, Gordon Elliott, ia Mul graduation from Brigham]' Used Cars 224 N.V.. 8th Ave. 1933

THICK OR THIN LEADS ; Guests of Mrs. ,Hester Hicks berry.Mr.. Young University in Utah. : 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PIIQNE S72-047< 112 S. E. First Gainesville
Mrs. Nancy W. Hardenof Barkley Motors
this week were her soninlawand S76-4105
If. Jones '
and Mrs. A. Gainesville, Fla. -
Gainesville -
will have third i 411
and Mrs.
daughter, Mr. and daughter visited Charlie I and fourth grades also : Gainesville
her 615 N. Main.
Wolfe of Wilmington -
William and sons I MOVER
It's The Latest! Jones and family in Welaka
Del., and a nephew, Monday. They plan to get in I" first teaching assignmentsince BUILDING MATERIALS INSULATIONROOFINGAll
Jefferey Orlando. On her college graduation I
Mars of some 'there. .. .
RINGS n' THINGSMake Sunday they joined in a family The Griffis family reunionwas in.Kentucky.'Mrs. Strong is to -B & G Motors Co..vADl4T4CqLD1P13n.E. American Gainesville

reunion at Kingsley Bach in a success with about 2QO be the new music teacher, I I Ridgway Roof Mayflower ,

honor of Mrs, Wolfe's birthday "at ,Hampton School one day:
Up Your Own Theme Book-A Dif- members present. A wonderfultime each week. Truss Co. [Insulation & .RoofingCO. ,P 'LOCAL AND LQXG
anniversary. About 50 took partin
was enjoyed by all. F5IIILLMANSales DISTANCE MOVING
Each Course.
ferent .Book For
this affair. Returning teachers are Mrs.
Mr.: and Mrs. Russell Conner Wood. Trusses &
PACKAGE INCLUDES ;I Mrs. W. F. Moore .and son, of Orlando are visiting his parents Peggy tKiser of Gainesville, and Service Prefabricated (Components Gainesville_ .Ift Storage And Crating

Chuck, and Faye Bagwell were who will have fifth grad-i New Roofs Shingles Pbone 376-5224
the Jim Conners.
ALL FORRing Any Size Free Estimate*;
4 Plastic Rings ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. 3.::; D. Andrews :Mrs. Annie Kelly of Heil this year, and Mrs. Maureen 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 1132 So. Main Gainesvilli or Built-Up

Hi Gloss Cover and children in Wildwood bronn Paul of Keystone Heights, exceptional -
C Springs and her daughter Tel. 312-3961-Collect Call Root Cleaning .t Repairs
S" teacher. PHONE 876-7515 ..
Stire JO14P Hack Sunday. Mrs. Emaline 'Moyer and Security Transfer
Sheets Paper iii: : Mr.-,and Mrs. Robert: Goiber two sons of Washington, D. C. .Charles E. Francis, principal --- Fiberglass Insulation

,and children of Orianlo! were were Wednesday guests of will teach sirth grade in BUILDING SUPPLIES Blown or Batt & Storage- Inc.

Sunday.guests of.Mr.,and Mrs. their aunt Mrs. Bessie,Sapp. addition to>his administration Crane Motor Co. Contractor or Retail

Binders Engineers and ,T. L. Casey,and t-nily. :Mrs. Laurie ,Whitten and sons works and thiS'y ar's 1 sixth McCoy Building DAY or KITE AGENTS FOR

: Mr. and Mrs. Botby: Dva!.and returned home Tuesday after a grade room will be upstairs., LARK ANGLIA FOGARTY BROSTRANSFER *
CenterS PHONE 376. '
children spent part of their Mrs. Paul will be located in Supply Inc.
Architects RulesProtractors visit with her parents and other ENGLISH FORD 19th Gainesville ,r ,
23U N.E.
Pencil Sharp'ners vacation at Crescent Beach, relatives in Vernon. the library. .* '. LUMBER Dr. Local: & Long Distance MovingCraf1ngStomgePaeIdng

Slide Rules ,where they enjoyed fishing aud Mrs. Edna. Cason of Jackson-. School lunches will be 30 MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO BUDLDING SUPPLIES :

I other beach activities. ville has been visiting Mrs cents, with .the..milk situation Sales & ServIce"Complete HARDWARE to. I Phone 376-2668
Authorized I ]LADIES WEAR
Stensd Sets i! Sunday_dinner:" guests. of Mr. Walter Altman Mrs. Amelia: still *a "question, as1' Iri1 most I \ Main and 23rd Boulevard 1640J50. Main Gainesville

: and Mrs. H. C. Wainwrightwere : Dowling, and other relatives for places throughout Florida. Service for AUlake8" PHONE 872-4361 .

Compasses : their son, Clyde, of Bar a few days. Fees for first and second

Colored 1 Map ,tow, and Miss Karen O'Harraof Ladies of the .Raiford Baptist grade are $4, and for the gainesville Cherry'sGainesville's NEON SIGNS

Fort Mead.. house for other grades three
Triangles : Church held open through 506 E. Ave. i
CEMENT Most Fashionable
Tacks i i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cruce and, Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin in six $3. Jeffcoat

family of Orlando are visitinghis : their new home on Sanderson Other personal at! the PHONE 3T2-4343 .'.' Address For Ladies
T-Squares Glitter, All Colors' brother and sister-in-law,, Road last Sunday. They received school remains the same as Gainesville Fla. LINTELS WINDOW' SILLS ESSES-SUITS-COAT8, SignsNEON

'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce, this i many lovely gifts from last ,year with Mrs. Linda STEPPING STONES MATERNITY WEARAOCESSOnIES PLASTIC PAINTED

Colored Chalk Felt Markers :I week. friends who called. Refresh :aildeb and as, school secre- "If It's Cement We Cast It" : Neon Designing Neon Repairs

I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Manning: : ments were served by Misses tary. Mrs. J. B.. Prevatt and DODGE-DART- Erecting Maintenance.
l Sweat and.Beth Dobbs. Cement 105 W. University, Gainesville 1611 S. Main ____ Gainesville
son-in-law Florrie
Belle will
Cardboard visited their Mrs. Brown
Theme Covers : ,_.. ... .
DODGE -. .-".. ... .. Phone Day 372-0303:
:daughter in Dade City over Mrs. Gertrude Hart enter' be in charge of the school TRUCKS Precast Products I
,the 'weekend.I tained with a delicious fried cafeteria, and Colsie Rigdon, t Il Nite 372-8897
SaletPa.rlsSeryiceUED 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville l\MATERNITY -.
I[ Visiting Mr. pnd Mrs. A. E. chicken dinner Tuesday night. school janitor. : WEARNan's

Bradford County Telegraph .Massey were Pepper Hoguc of Enjoying this occasion were :Mr.' Teachers returned to their CARS TOO PHONE.S.. .372-0953. OFFICE EQUIPMENT

; Atlanta, Ga. Tuesday overnight,, and Mrs. Elwood Tompking,1 work Monday, Aug. 19, for two. roole-Gable! Motors ,
..- wN Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat and. I weeks of pre-planning part CONCRETE PRODUCTS Parker'sGainesville's

'I daughter, and Mr. and :Mrs.' on a county-wide basis in 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville i Stork Shop
.John Ross and children. Most Of.
Starke, and for the last several Complete
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sapp ofi days herein at PHONE 372-4343 Ace Equipment & Machine
Hampton .
1 -1. INSIST THATALL YOUR Every: Day SportwoarSpecial
Clearwater were weekend Store.
nEW HomES i the school.
1 -- I CONCRETE PRODUCT* OL'u"ion Drosses To
:.guests of his mother,'Mrs. Bessie The ,time schedule .remains Complete Office Planning
ARE THE BEST FROM j jI Fortnata-l-r Drrsses, SlIm
I Sapp. the same as last year, with AUTO SALVAGE I Underwood Products
: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sapp classes beginning at 8:15 ajn., Edwards Building I Jim Short*-:Matching Tops I COt W. University Ave.
and children, and 'his mother, and dismissing at 2:45 and I j j I rair.t-4\ile! 372-2555

"FITS YOUR IVEEDS"i ,:Mrs.Myrtle Sapp, left{ Mondayfor 2:50: p.m.Bookmobile. Paul's Auto SalvageWe : Supply, Inc. 1 BABY GIFTS -- .

Endicott, N. Y. whereLeonard Fall ScheduleThe i 114 So. Main: GainesvilleMONUMENTS
will attend IBM school. Santa Fe Region Buy Wrecked Cars At 726 S. Maln.3724844GatnesvilleFla. I _,_.-l---' --..-.4 I I'AIXTS

be two months.Mr. .. i:-----e
They will gone iI
Bookmobile will make
: and :Mrs. Alton Brown- ,TOP PRICES I I i
: HEiGHtSSTARKE first stop here on the fall I
SARATOGA ing of Jacksonville were Sun- schedule .Friday morning, AH Makes & Models Used ELECTRIC MOTORS\ I Iil' Harper Paint Co.

'day guests of his parents. Mr. Sept. 13, at Hampton Ele- t tI We Stock
and Mrs. Bill Browning.Mrs. WALLPAPERS.IRMSTKOXR
mentary School from 11:15to I
I Orin Reddish Jr. and : Gainesville Granite SMITH AND
: 11:50 a.m. Teletype Service-We will fin I Electric Motor I il'
daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. DITCH IJOY PAINTS
Each month the bookmobile .
Windows 3 BedI Rufus Green in Lake City Sunday any part for you. Co. & Marble WojHcs Painter's Supplies
New Masonry -- Aluminum Awning afternoon. will be here on the second Repair 10 S. W. 7th StreetGainesville
and fourth Fridays at Phone 376-4512 OF GAINESVILLE, INC. CEMETERY: .MOXr.MK.NTS
Earl Dobbs family en
I Room and Dining i | the same time, parking at
Rooms 2 Full Baths Big Living ,tertained esday.afternoon COMPLETE ELECTRIC & MAKKCRSLettering -
.honoring Hampton ,Elementary: SchooL 1301 S...Main. __ GainesvillE. <. !
.with a birthday:sapper! -i _.I' .- __1' MOTOR & Cleaning
4 Kitchen Cabinets .. Storage I The second scheduled stop I !(UOOFING
f. Area Spacious Plenty : Mr. Dobbs and Roy demons for Hampton is at.the Training SALES AND SERVICE Domestic & Industrial Marble I
attended. ,
Jr. About 20
I. : Grover Fredrick guests of Palatka School 11:55 to 12:05 the AUTO TIRES "Distributor of I II & Granite The Helzel l Co.

Room Carport :is visiting his son-in-law and same Fridays. I New.Lincoln; Motors" Coffee Tables Counter I'I S UOOFLVG;

,daughter, Rev. (md Mrs. Joe 4 New Voters' Register FOR THE BEST'RECAPPING IN PHONE 372-8318 Firej aces SIIKET HRTAL:

McCullough. No Candidates Yet For 1030 S. Main. Gainesville Iu: St. .
2135 S. AIR
NO DOWN\ PAYMENT VA i, Orin Reddish Sr. went to': City Election, Sept. 10- ;tro-fi.toGsin"'JL. 131 Job Too Lar.'e Or Too Small

4 ,Jacksonville Sunday to enter a Voters in the September 10 .Cars- Trucks' Tractors. -! ." FLOOR COVERING I --- -... ------ 'J02 S. B. 4th St. (aln..nilM
.Mrs. Elsie Gordon al- Hampton city .election havfe
hospital. 100% Grade A Cold Rubber I PHONE 372-1491
... } ( .rooters
son went to Jacksonville Sim- only until this Saturday. Aug. -

,day for an examination. 31. to register they have Factory Trained Becapper i'Central Florida- Tilii' :: .

: 00r :. Rev. Riley Pridgeon win bold not already done sok' with s _. !
Prayer :Meeting at tae homeof i books open until then at English Tire .& & Marble Co. !, Streit's Birvcle Shop!

o Month J. D. Griffis every Wednesday Home's Grocery. '. CARPETS BY Cuthman & Vespa Scooters I ,

night. Everyone is invitedto Candidates to fill the offices Lee's, Monarch, LoomweavpDowrtj
Recapping > Dtwati KS.\-Zundavp .Fuller's Foto Inc.Central
: .
attend. I ,
of mayor, clerk marshal Motorcycles Sales: & Service
; Mr, and lira.' .Earl! Dobbs' Attended and three council vacancies Boom SIze-Wall to Wan Florida's Finest
1111 S. Main Street
the of Mr. CHWINX: ,BICYCLES .
wedding ,have until Tuesday .Sept. 3, Installation : Selection of
Dobbs' niece, Miss Judy H-us- at 7 p.nx, to file a petition .Gainesville 372-2197 Armstrong and KentQe i Locksmith &: Safe Work New & Used Cameras

lop, and Wallace Griggs. 'Mrs. with the city clerk W. H. i ii Floor Coverings CC15! W. University Ae.Gainesvt Photographic Equipment Jfc

'I- Drive'Out Pratt St. \Vest To Blanding St. Salesman Has Robert Taylor and daughters i Maxwell with the signaturesof i COMPLETE LINES 01TILES >le :376-7761' Supplies
also attended. -- '-. ,- niaof White
& Finishing
10 registered voters. Automatic Transmissions
Mr. and :\trs.. Lester Dotes i I -- 3L\RBLE I NUSIC SUPPLIES I I in
Sunday .Before Noon Out at 5
All Houses Open For Your Inspection All Day attended By Monday this weep...four 1540 Waldo IM G'nll
of Gainesville
open .
.. 619 W. University Calnesvill
at the John Godwn home new voters had registered I Gridley Music I 1
How You Can Easily Be -
And \Vill Fully Explain ,Sunday afternoon and were no had filed !

supper guests of the Earl Dobbs I. their petitions with Mr. Max- iALL ).f.AKESAIR FARM, & INDUSTRIAL Co. Inc. I TYPEWRITERS
Proud Home Owner. fmaily well. Each of the offices ,of .AND EXCHANGE :
Fr.enda of Daniel Crews, son \[mayor, clerk and tna..
of Mr. and/ 1rs. Liwtey Crews t for one year, :and the,council I Gator AutomaticTransmission Central) Tractor ..Co.4FGRl .:I ,Complete' ( Music; SlqrtI j-Jancock Typewriter

of State Farm will regret to position for two _years each. >, TRACTQUS >Ian -T DEMETREE BUILDERS INC:; learn .that .he is a patient In Church Social Tonight ServiceINC. Ford Farming ImplemwitH I Clark henry L. Miller- EXCHANGEClary
i Ff..btkI
King Memorial ,Hospital as a Hampton .Baptist Church is I Agricultural Industrial I Victor Totalia
Baldwin & Conn
'result of an accident at Glen featuring an all-church all- Complete Service & farts Dept.:1 I by Adding Machines, Calculators
FLA. St. last Sunday afternoon roller skating social at the Gibson Si retch Guitars
6915 BEACH BLVD. JA16, \ Marys age Good Used Equipment SALES -SERVICERENTALS
Jj Lake Butler rollerskatingrink 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) 4188 N. W. 6th. Gainesville Amplifiers 431 N. Main St.. Gainesville

-I PHONE RA5-8422 Mr. and Mrs. A.3.!.Jones and tonight [Thursday] at S Gainesville PHONE 272-0372 PHONE 376-5420 1004 N. Main Phone 3765551.dr _
have returned from a AU church members and Gainesville ShoppingCenter --
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Summer Schedule: 8 a. m- I I
3 .
service each Sunday morning. .
First Sunday. Holy Eucharist I

fAAAi.AAAAAAi.Ai.AAAAAA.AAIContinuel \|i i; 9:30: a. m. Other Sundays,I iI iI I i
: Morning Prayer and Sermon I
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I Daily offices 8:30: a.mand, GREEN !
pounds of potatoes for salad .
5:00: p.m.Holy 1 STAMPS l
and bake a cake or pie for Eucharist, Wednesday ._ .. .-.._. '__ .
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the Ham Supper on Saturday will :O am i rq1. "'" 'I. -''''\",'_''.'',,"\,\,'\" .,.w....,..;.,...,.,,,:&;=: .... ,......\t:;...
evening. The potatoes 1 SAYE
) be boiled, peeled, and diced, FIRST BAPTIST 1 'f ALL } = I
,\ and topped with chopped. cel- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Choice
ery and several pulverized J. R. Smith pastor Ralph '... '" Center S d I
l hard-boiled eggs. No dressing Copeland, Minister' of Music WILL BE ,-- Slices IJ"JJJI n f

please. It will be made And church organist I Included
at the hall by. the kitchen Services: Sunday School CLOSED Y; W

I crew. 9:49: a- m. Morning Worship
t Please do not forget the 10:50: a. m. Training Union Sweet Hickory Smoked

Weekend 7:00 m. Evening services :,
Annual J lior Day p.
Ham Supper at the Masonic 3:00 p. m. You are invited toI aI 11 LABOR r \

Hall Saturday evening, Au?. share: family: Prayer time with ]I r, NrYa e :*

31. from 5 till 7:30 p.m. DAY A S

Tickets are plentiful, so be I Ii i
sure to. get yours. The -price !
f. R Please Stock
of the ticket $1.25 for i MELROSE t
i ly.i .r'Continued 5 r '
. adults; 75 cents for children II Up Early for ,
under 12 includes des- from page 8)) Quantity Rights Reserved the Holidays o Q -
sert. I
". I Prices Good thru August 31stWINNDIXIE
Membership Month I Stephenson 9th grade; Mrs. : DEPARTMENT OFAGRICULTURE k _
For Juniors'i i Lois C. Williams. 10th grade; I '

Any young lady between the i Maj. Ray H. Renfro lltli ; FRESH W-D GROUND HALF
ages of 18 and 35 who mignt': grade; and Mrs. Danella I 99 HORMEL BONELESS ALL MEAT REG. ':2.99 J
be interested in joining the !I j! Holden. 12th grade home j jI B 5 $1' LB -
Junior Woman's Club will :i I room teacher. I II ee ? Canned Horn 3 LB. CAN $259. r-.

l please contact Membership i iI | Grammar school teachers j jI with SHAPED
Chairman, Mrs. George Mas-
, I who are returning are: Mrs.

sa. 473-4179; Gloria Red- Lollie B. Crenshaw, first Cube Steak 3 Lb. $199 COLONIAL SELECT GRADE "A" FRYER PARTS (BACKS & NECKS Ib. 10<)
474-4357 Mc-
learn ; or Kitty
grade; Mrs. Harriet H- Lieb-j Pkg. WHOLE OR BUTT HALF ;
Glave. 4734278. erman, first and second i
Births of Interest grades; Mrs. Mildred Worley.j WHOLE OR HALF TALMADGE COUNTRY.reas t or Thghs LB. 49 : HAM 49 '

Miss Kristine Ann Larsen i second grade; Mrs. Roselyn LB ,
I I I .
the second child of Bradley JTesJce, fourth grade; Mrs. Hams lB. 69,
r and Shirley Larsen of Lake I Jeanette McGrath, f 1 f t h':' .
Geneva Trailer Park, grade; and Mrs. ',' .' ,,' '
was Ayleen EAT-RITE, COPELAND or SUNNYLAND < ?? f', "': '" t
.. : ,. '
J born Monday. July 29. at St. Smith sixth grade.Registration 1

it Luke's Hospital in Jackson-, of new pupils :! W. 39 r W "' .: f "'I"' ?' M U
120 l .J. '... .
ville. I|'f was held Aug. 19. Footba-1 leners % Pkg I 1 ::
Baptismal Rites practice and cheerleading 1

On Sunday, August 25, the I practice have been in session FRESH DRESSED II 101 OFF Half

second Shirley daughter Larsen of was Bradleyand bap- i, for over SCOUTS a week.BOY i' Whltlnn lB. 151 I I Er ; I ce C ream Gal 49 1

!1 Boy Scout Troop 109 will ',. ;
tized Kristine Ann by Father r ; > r" : ; MORTON. APPLE CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT
Thomas Patrick Kelly at St. meet Thursday. Seut. 5, at,![ SUPERBRAND COTTAGE ;, 4 :,.A
William's Church in Keystone the parish house. This will be ON ALL $
Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Her- the first meeting following Cheese 2lB.CUp55, 4 y. FruitPies3 : 1.

bert Nelson were stand-in adjournment for the summer
God Parents for Mrs. Larsen's i' vacation and all scouts should, 6 BOTTLE
sister and husband who were attend. j jI
unable to and who I'I I Duplicate Club $
attend Bridge CARTON

live in :Minnesota. I Winners of the Melrose ] Ham PKG1. 1 o 1 I De 1IIIIerS 2 'FOR 89 I

On Saturday, Aug. 24, the I Duplicate Bridge Club for last PORK- PINEBREEZE MEDIUM SIZE GR. "A" ,
( y ,
son of Herbert and Carolyn i week include the following: I.J SOFT
I J. LaMee was baptized Richard -j' Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva 1 I r MISS MUFFET SLICED

I Maurice at St. Paul's-by- Hillyer.[ first place; Mrs. C. Sausage lB. 591 1 ? $

the-Sea Episcopal Church at Maxson and Mrs. Louise Logs- EGGS 1 DRINKS Strawberries 3PKGS. 1.
Neptune Beach. Godfatherswere don second place; Mrs. Ro- 1
two uncles of the child land Bryan and Mrs. W. H. dht, 1.1,I j dpi Ian '

Pat LaMee and Fred Jones ', Davie third place; and Mrs.i) :::- 50 Extra> : ,'}/"Green Stamps ::: I I Limit 2 ctns. with TASTE 0' SEA HADDOCK OR PERCH

Miss Margaret LaMee an Ray Becker and Mrs. Val : WITH THIS COUPON AND' PURCHASE OF : $5. food order or

aunt, was the God-Mother. I j Givens. fourth place. I more at lOt off. S k 2 99

J Personals Mr. and Mrs. John Himble I!\ Woman's A benefit Club bridge was .spon- ONViizfpir" 2 Do% 69 .' 1 tea 5 LB. PKG. ;

I spent the weekend of Aug. sored by the Woman's Club GOOD THRU AUGUST 31ST I

24 visiting Col. sand Mrs. Bert I 1 Thursday Aug. 22, with Mrs. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE I I Iy ,_..... ., ... .. .
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Whilden and children in their S. P. Sashoff as ways and (L '_ ..........'.!.:'..........!.!':!.:.H.I ".L
,j new home in Savannah, Ga. I means chairman. Mrs. Clarence -,I
Maxson and Mrs Walter : <
Col. Whilden, who is Mrs.Himble's
I Grolick were co-chairmen. f i
returned from rlr
fJ Refreshments 1 iterml rIr1P- + IP SAVE 8* EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE Limit 2 please. .
overseas service in Germany were served Bmm*
throughout the afternoon awl 50 Extra&*C Green Stamps
and after retirement, lived
with his family in Keystone! I prizes were given to the winners WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of Pea h 191 tI "': \
I i No-2'/i CANS
at c e 5 ,
Heights for about a year, un- each of the ten tables. :I ONE PAN-RE01 FROZEN ?
til he was recalled to active I Plans are 'being made to hold SHRIMP CREOLE
another benefit bridge in the '
i Eastern Star and Estrellita !, near future. I, GOOD THRU AUGUST 31 STAT T. SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 6 with $5. order or more .P

11 t members ry to hear and of friends the recent are sor ill- j:,I I Personals Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knapp; 9 ( f f )_ t J
Mi Ic 1
, ness of Mrs. Hector Ownbey. are the parents of a baby Evap. TAIL CAN O tI R
Everyone wishes her well ani: girl, born August 19 at! d 1 ., ,+ ai '
Alachua General Hospital in ,
hope she will soon be about at NOT NOT BUT M
her many interests and activities :, Oainsville. Mr and Mrs. John 50 Extra 3m"Green Stamps SAVE 1 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH THIS )0 THIS THIS V r

I in the community.Mrs. LHarpe of Melrose are ma- WITH THIS COUPON. AND PURCHASE OF !'< ?

Daisy Hall was sur- I ternal Mr. and grandparents.Mrs. J. S. LaCoste I Two PKGS RICH'S FROZEN I 'by h r P
3 9 If)
prised recently with a two- j. spent several weeks vacation- CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS Mayonnaise QT. : 1.
week visit from her daughter, ing in Pennsylvania and Ohio. GOOD THRU AUGUST 3ISTAT 0 0 I
Mrs. Martha Hall Larkin of SMALL MEDIUM JUMBO
They: '
I returned home last ANY WINN D1XIEto .
Baltimore Md. MrsHall i week with Mr. Arthur Barber I d SAVE 20 EACH KRAFT SALAD DRESSING 4s.sIZE 36.SIZE 27SIZER

had been away for four I who accompanied themon

Just relatives months visiting Texas,sons and had and I, on the New and trip York Mrs.north and,Thomas then Canada.went A. M Miracle i I WHIP I QT. 39 CANTALOUPES I

Mrs. Girard Evashavik and 50 Extra wGreea:
i i Provost Sr. and choldren of < Stamps' CALIFORNIA

two children from Pittsburgh New Orleans, La. have returned -+: WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF SAVE 10* EACH HUDSON TWIN PACK $
Pa. arrived Sunjay for sea home after spending two THREE PKGS. TROPICANA VINE-RIPE
eral weeks with Mrs. Evasha- months with !; SIZE
her mother. Mrs FRUIT BARS

vik's parents, Mr. and Mrs. [ Etta K. Menge on Lake San- GOOD THRU AUGUST 31ST T owe I 5 2 ROLL PKG, 29 ? 27'sAT
Charles Garber of Nelson's ;! ta Fe'',,bay, ANY WIDIXIE I I I Ii FOR
Point. 1 Mrs. Jessie Bradley and _
The Garber's son; Eric is : children of Tallahassee visited
expected to arrive this week- !| Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen and "
I, Red Bliss Potatoes 5 390
.. .
end from a summer tour of family recently. L.
Yucatan in Central America | Dinner guests of Mr. and twi i tP' 1 1 1 1 d S 12-oz. CAN 3 9 a

with some of his classmates.Eric I Mrs. Bunyon Kelley last Sat- I 50 Extra&*C Green Stamps pam 1 California i Nectarines .. LB. 230

will be home for 'about : urday were Mrs. George Ald- I! WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
two weeks before returningto j erman of St. Augustine and )
his studies at Harvard- I Mrs. Eddie Joe Wainwrightwho '
Miss Judy Ryan of ,Oak I' just returned from the I TUNA FISH WE.GIVE ? ..., ..-qp r ,.

Park Ill., and jimmy 'Radke ;1 Bahamas where she, visited .. ,'.<..' -t>.1.i j___ __ ___" l L.' l. (l""'" ..,. wji''b...... -.
: her father, George Alderman. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE JL '"I ." :v' '-
i of Chicago have returned to .,!\: :}.J ":., "".;'"": :..
their homes after 'spending a Ralph Cason of Silver Lake f" > :" 7', '. "' .', .',:,- fljJ.: ', \" ,' '-_
Sam'Seeds of California, and .:.- .11M... ... L .
week with Mr and Mrs. Herbert GREEN '" I Ir.O'o f,7, :C!' '; : V
Nelson, and son Herbert Mr. and Mrs J. V. Ford of I I I ""' : 1)',.B O.A: ';% r

Jr. Miss Ryan and Mr. Palatka were Sunday after- .. J'Ji( STAMPS .:.!:rI { :1. l .. "
Radke are niece and, nephewof noon'' guests cf Mr. and Mrs. = e't VACUUM PACKED ,1 VAN CAMP
R. M. Cason. 50 Extra ZvC 1 Green Stamps t I :<=,. !II 1 I

: the Nelsons. I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hodges N WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF o
Application Taken Astor CoHee fliPor' Beans
Philip Knuth, principal of ;l of Conway N. C. Tisited ONE 40-oz. JAR BEEP SOUTH \ &
and' Britton PEANUT BUTTER iflI 1 I
Keystone Heights School is I j 11Ir. Mrs. J. H.

receiving applications to fill recently. COOD THRU '<"T"n I flJ1
the vacancy of school cm- Mr. and Mrs. E. I., VanNetI AT ANY WINN-DIXIE f1 300 CAN

todian.? Anyone. interested in i I ta have returned.... home after l-LB. CAN SAVE EA.
s spending five weeks touring ,j i [I 5/2!
contact Mr.Kruth
applying may I ?
;ploganville GaCharleston J
SAVE 10j ,
} at school. @Ii I f'rf\ Omit 4 with $5.00
I W. Va.. Clarkevffle Ark.and d -..........,
:7 food order or more.
I Ft LeavenworthKansas. r .
COMMUXITJV: CHURCH | Larry Strawn is home from 50 Extra &W Green Stamps! j :
( I j i the University: of Florida. WITH THIS COUPON. AND PURCHASE OF or !fj
Sunday School 10 a. m. :' Mrs. Nettis Mann and t

.I Morning:' Worship, 11 a. m. j I granddaughter Patricia Cox, ALKA-SELTZER ONE LARGE SIZE PKG. Cojl 9 1') rrOW GIANT 48 JI a.

Youth'. Fellowship.. 7 and 7:30. of Jacksonville spent Thurs- AXWEU \
p. m. day with friends here. 6000 THRU AUGUST 31ST E 1 with $5.00 or I ,,. '
Dr. Albert C. Holt minister; Mr.; and Mrs. Whity Eland AT ANY WI NN-DIXIE LJIOUSE! more food order. : SAVE Mt EACH.
Mrs. George Canova organistand spent a' week in Pensacola [4 t I : .
choir director; Mrs.:Wm. Tnttr her sister and brother- : Coffee 41liiii'iIS.._ '111'! !' ._ ._' ",
Warren, church it:<:..retary.f I in-law. Mr. and} Mrs. S. R. .tfJIf IJ!!! '_. .. .. -. t'-

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,yv1VvVyVVVVVYYYYYVY, afternoon with :Mrs. Eat rTYYTTYTTTTYYTYTYYYYY* ;Rev. and Mrs.. :A. L. Fewox .of I* THE CIRCUIT COrKT OP' ers on Tuesday. September 10, ,I -= = !
I F'I.OIIIIIGIIrll JIWC1AL : li:>63 A. D., for the purpose of I -
Jacksonville. Monday guests
Starling.Mrs. i( tlKCriT IX AXD loft electing the following officers: AMBULANCE SERVICE
GRAHAMBy Rachael Starling of Bayless HiwayBy i of the Crosbys were Mr. and 0 HKADFOnn CO['XTl"'. IS I. MAYOR for Two Years. WILLIAMS
I Mrs. Billy Crosby and children, CIIANCEKT. GROUP No. 2. One Alderman, PHONE 964-2600
Jacksonville was a Sunday William E. Norman For Two Years.
also of Jacksonville., .
J. C. Broughton guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Plaintiff GROUP Xo. 4. One Alderman.For
Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJUAJ DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
I II Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggers I TE. DIVORCE Two Years. JEWELRYREPAIRS
&'i Starling. I and children of Jacksonville Frances Cramer orman CHIEF OF POLICE for Two

Eddie Starling spent the of Defendant. Years. De" itt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
were Saturday night guests
Clerk. Treasurer, Tax
Robert Cain of Gainesville : .1 I City
weekend at Lake City with The Revival began at Bay- :NOTICE
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Assessor & Tax Collector for WATCHES-DIAMONDS Starke, Fla.
was out visiting Richard Cain: Mrs. less Hiway Sunday with Rev. TO: Frances Cramer Norman,
I his relatives Mr. ; N. Norman. Two Years.
residence and
address unknown -
Sunday. He also visited Mr. A. L. Fewox. of Jacksonville I : Inspectors for said Election: RENTAL SERVICES
Earl Odom. I I
\ II I i Mrs. W. C. Ward has spent : AH Work GuaranteedA.
and Mrs. Carl Jones. I conducting the services each Your are hereby notified that 1 Mrs. :Mvrtice: Dennis :Mrs.: Er- Wheel
Hospital Bed* Chairs Crutches
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Was-I I:several days in Tampa with her nestine Denmark. Albert Foster, 1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl night. Song service at 7:30, a complaint for divorce has been
din visited Mr. and Mrs. A. T. I sister, Mrs. Claude Moore while filed against you, and you arrequirt'd ;. Charles: Hardy, :Mrs.: J. E. Har- C. Williams
Broughton of Gainesvilb : I and preaching 8. Everyone ilv. Ilr? Peer; Shaller, Ray
and in Mr. Moore is in the to
Andrews family I hospital. serve a copy of your
were Sunday visitors of Mr. welcome.Mr. Stone Mrs. W. D. Thomas 142 W. Call St
>n"' f'f'"r pl adinp to the Com
and Mrs. Carl Broughton. i Gainesville Sunday. |I and llrs. Lloyd Padgettand I plaint on'the plaintiff's attorney, Mrs. :Margaret: B. Williams.
I Mrs. Thomas Lefevers and I I Mrs. Owen Vaughn. Mrs. Kath-
Mrs. Irene Ratliff apd her. family attended a birthday George H. Pierce, P. O. Drawer I: Starke. Fla.Charley ,
children went to Fairbanks 0 1030: Starke, FIorIda' and file erine Chism (alternate), Mrs. I -_. _= '
mother, Mrs. Minnie Cren-,. i dinner at the home of Mrs. I MeroseContinued/ i Sue Miles (alternate). I ESTERBROOKIMAR
to Mrs. Margie the original Answer or pleadingIn i -
Saturday see
: In Testimony whereof, I hereunto -
shaw, went sight-seeing at i Padgett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. the office of the Clerk of I.
I subscribe my name and
Cedar Keys Sunday. Tyson and children. and then,Leslie Waters, in Lake Butler I the Circuit Court on or before
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0 the ISth day of September, I cause the Seal of the said townto
Miss Billie Harper of,Starke I i continued to Gainesville to,last Sunday. Four birthdays I be hereunto affixed this the "
visiting Mrs. Berry Dyal sight-see and shop. celebrated at this time. Buell. o 196i:. If you fail to so do a Decree K E R s
I i were | .. Pro Confesso will be taken ICth day of July, A.D. 1963. 1
for a week or two. i. Mr. and: Mrs. Maurice I I The ladies of the church Recent guests of Misses Tfu- against you for the relief demanded (OFFICIAL SEAL> ;

John Lefevers of Jacksonville Starling and family visited,sponsored a farewell supper o die and Gloria Morris in in the Complaint.Done RANDAL F. CHITTY, BRITE-LINE WATER COLOR ESTER, -

was out Sunday visitin, relatives at Mason 'City Sun.last Friday night at the T. N. 'Jacksonville were Mrs. Davri Florida.'and this 16th ordered day at of Align Starke.!,, ATTEST: Mayor II I marker is non.toxic, safe for children.. I LOVE VA!
Norman home honoring Mr.and Hinnant of Middleburg Mrs. Merrill Edwards, City Clerk I
Mrs. Thomas Lefevers and: i day. A.D. 1963. S-2 5t 8-30 I Washable, odorless. For paper work- ., t .
Mrs. Arthur Hewitt, who will Howard Morris, and Misses CHARLES A. DARBY. school work. .'
lamlly. | Wayne Evatt from Miami I art, coloring, 49$
leave this week for Okeechobee. Becky Mathews and Marian. Clerk Circuit Court Brad- 4
and Carl -
Mrs. Jones 1: and Richard Candy of West
About 45 guests were presentto Fredriksson. ford Couity Florida. e -
and Mrs. Debbie Hall visiteJ Virginia are visiting Mr. and I By; Janet Jf. Carter E. PERMANENT ALL-PURPOSE
enjoy this occasion. Mr. and I Mr. and :Mrs. John :MacKenzie 701 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hance Hall of ;, Mrs. Ed Parrish. Sunday was Deputy Clerk. 9Si' I marker marks anything-sports equip.
Hampton Sunday.Mr. !1 a big day for the Parrishes. Mrs. Hewitt received many! spent two months with (SEAL) ; ment, rainwear, toys, packages for

and Mrs. Earl Starlin;[ Relatives from Georgia and lovely tokens as a memento of II their son and daughterinlaw GEORGE Attorney for H. PIERCE Plaintiff home, office, school or shop. 49$
the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Brad B.
of Jacksonville and Mr and ; around came to give Mr. and 8H 9-12 __
;\ Miss Peggy Conner of At-, MacKenzie and children In 666 | Johns I BOTH IN 8 COLORS *
Mrs. Napoleon Starling of | Mrs. Parrish a tamily re- lanta is visiting relatives here ;t Boulder, Colo. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
Gainesville spent Sunday reunion dinner. It has been THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '
i week. I I
I this Mrs. Flossie Arnette of Orlando OF FLORIDA AND !about this question: I

reported that Mr. Parrish is Pvt. Joe Sapp has completed i'j and Mrs. Ima Self of FOR. BRADFORD COUXTY.l
getting along beter after a his basic at Fort Jack- Gainesville few CHANCERY.. CASE Ao. :"It took an auto accident !
training i spent a days
bad spell of sickness. We sure son and is home with his par- j with their brother-in-law and 13-271 :to cure me of cut-rate in- i Bradford County Telegraph

I THE hope that he keeps on improving I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, I sister Hr. and Mrs. Herman Re NOTICE: Adoption TO'of APPEARIn surance. That's when I discovered -

MiT I for a few days before leavingfor / McGuire. Carol Ain Starling' my policy didn't
Mrs. Mattie Davis and I TO: Gerald Starling 19:!% Bonnie! lI I
Aberdeen, Md. for his new Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Great- Ann Drive Marrero, Louisl pay when I drove a borrowed I

grandchildren are visiting Mr. assignment.Mr. I house and children of Tampa ana car-it didn't cover my

and Mr.s Frank Reynolds near and Mrs. Joe Dyer were 1 have returned home after You arehereby notified thata medical costs-it didn't

transacting business in Fort! visiting her parents, Mr. and petition ha. been filed In the PLdniATHEATRE
Fort McCoy. Hope hey are above styled Court by Ralph J. have an adjuster within
and Myers the first part of the ; Mrs. D. J. Danielson.A the adoption of Carol I miles. Can
having a wonderful time Darley for 100 your agency -
I some sunshine. week. I weekend guest of Mr. and Ann Starling, and you are required :: insure me with a conti-
I Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans 0 0I. Mrs. J. J. Boyle was their to serve a copy of your
We are sad to hear that .attended a family reunion at: grandaughter, Miss Mary answer:or; objections thereto on I ASK FO* FREE DEMONSTRATION jnent-wide company giving 0
I. R. A."Gteen Jr.. petitioner's attorneys >. full at standard
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Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Dourch the home of Mrs. J. D. Griffis Beth Bowen, of Jacksonville.Mrs. Command Gravely PowerTerry's coverage I
"-whose address: "
in Raiford last Sunday.We James of Tuscaloosa rates?
are moving to Waldo.BROOKEIt is: Starke. Florida. and to file --
welcome Mr. and Mrs. Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl the original thereof in the officeof Saw Shop Johns
BAPTIST Herbert Norman and children Dean of Jacksonville visited the Clerk of the Circuit Court Charley

CHURCH back from Oklawaha. They are .. Capt. and Mrs. John B. Lee on or before September. 16. 1963, No.2 Agency OPENING TIME

now living in Westmoreland Sunday.Mrs. or otherwlsestiow. cause on or I
Rev. James Temple, Pastor Trailer park in Starke.Mr. C. L. Bass and daughter beforesaid. date why petition 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. PHONE 904-0121
P. M.\
Morning Worship, 11 ajn. and Mrs. Thurman J011Ba I Mrs. Susan Edwards, of should not. be granted. Gainesville Phcne: 372-3588: 131 S. Walnut St.
Evening Service 8 Sun. Butler Herein fail not or a decree SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00:
pin. and baby of Lake were Boca Raton visited Mr. and .
nro confessowill be entered against -,
day School, 10 am. Training:guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mrs. J. V. Slade Thursday -you fot-the relief requested !. -- --- '-..

I Union, 7 p.m. Prayer Service(Jones Wednesday night. night. in the petition. I SATURDAY AUGUST 31

each Wednesday, 8pm. 1 Sunday dinner guests of Rev. I Margaret Olson, daughter_ This order shall be publishedonce 0 I

and Mrs. C. A. Crosby were j I; of Mr. and Mrs. John Olson,," each weeks week in for the four Bradford consecutive natural 3 BIG PICTURES .

of Haines City spent several!I County Telegraph a newspaper

days with her grandparents,! of general circulation in said I .

Dr. and Mrrs. John Webb. County and Stat 1
Witness my hand and the 0
HEARING HELp.CONSULT Mr. and Mrs. P- H. Butts seal ot said Court at Starke.

spent Marineland.the weekend 'touring I Florida. .
Miss Marlene Odom visited As Clerk of' said Circuit
,Court Bradford County.: -r .
BOB WILSONOf her grendmother in Jackson- State of F rida. IS TIlE MODERN GENIE
By Janet X. Carter, .
and Mrs. J. H. Britton .,.. ....
Soles' Hearing Aid Center of Jacksonville (OFFICIAL SEAL) BETTER A.An.; P.
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. V. R. A. Green, Jr.' JOB

Beamer in Williston Sunday. Starke,, Florida
ANDREWS DRUG STORESTARKE Guest of Mr. and Mrs.II Attorney Jot Petitioner S, and does it quietly, cleaner, faster and more -PLUS-
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&-15it 95NOTICE -
Glynn Rothhammer and family
PLAZA on Sunday afternoon were OF ELECTION : SHOCKING !

Mis. Nancy Bass and Miss July 18,,W3 us today for a free estimate ( PUNAW4YAkJDAUOHTER ;? i iI
I, Randal F. Chitty. Mayor of ;
EVERY FRIDAY Nancy Wesley of Gainesville. the City .of Starke Florida by
Miss Virginia Ford spent virtue of the authority vested in STARKE NATURAL GAS V

two days in Titusville with'\, me by law do hereby call a PHONE 964-2351 I I"ENGLISH.
.... .... -. I' first primary election to be held I CITY HALL I IAH !!
sister, Mrs. John Bellerjeau ,. at the' Fire Station in the aforesaId 1 i

10:00 TO 12:00 and also visited Mr. and Mrs.\I,1 --- town. bv__-Qualified r A.-__ vot-! ---- -.------- -------'--_ _I ,
< *no John linct UN
..a.. I.. I John Simmons and family in .STEM LITEL.FULLER'JERGENS
: ; ( Orlando. Ii .
Whatever your hearing problem we invite you to '' 'i
come in! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear- g
Mrs. E. A. Chester of Quincy ; : (
ing aid, or if the one you are wearing isn't com ..' : k\ 2
were their son-in-law and PLUSSORORITY
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: pletely satisfactory, come in."oe will gladly talk !! -'.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
it over confidentially. And if you need better hear ,
"-'p0 Allen, and Ann Bowen. I I441

j ing, we will help you in the selection of a better Misses Shirley Mae Sever i GIRL I j

hearing and Connie Morris, and Joey Ii i

1' aid.COMPLETE Wainwright were guests of SUSAN CABOT DICK MILLER

SERVICE Mrs. B. E. Kelley Saturday!

bowling in Gainsville.
0 I 0 SUN. MON. TUES. .. SEPT. 1 2 3
I Complete line of accessories and batteries. Mrs. Cecil Harris of Wela-I ,
I ka, Mrs. Bennie Lee Hatton.II
I II i o I Appointments in the privacy of your home or of- and Gordon Barber of Palat- DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
fice. Call us. I

0 We ,carry a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids. :; ka and were Mrs.recent R. M.guests Cason. of Mr. : 'r I, ;;;, .r:::'''''''''''''' ..-.."....,...._,..."..__"' .T"' -. ,- > rj ,



We invite you to use this service -- No obligation. CHURCH MELROSE I ; RmN BRANDO

i iIO Holy Dan 10 a. m.. Holy I I IW : .
iI Sound Aids 1l!
I iI I ZENITH Living Hearing I Sundays 10 a. m. Church i -. II

I o School 11:45 a. m. Morning ___ ) ,
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I Prayer and Sermon First : .
i i iI Sunday Holy Communion t

:I: p.m. Episcopal Young Church- I ,,==_ ;

' t STARKE men.Communion.The I,,

J. Rev. Lee W. Heatoa q

VICAT. .s&-._,,_ ,.. .__.__._------ .: ..-------e.4 ..' -- .-.. -. .' :
Buy a winner now-at theyear's i t I
lowest prices! Buy a MELROSE Automatic I Ii
Total Performance car whose Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, I -. -
amazing record of wins in Gardners Pastor i
durability tests here and Sunday School 9:45 a.m. % r f ,,'/ I
KINDS OF Gulf ServiceEvery Worship 11 a. m. : f> : 'Jr'WYLEWS)4r '
abroad stamps Ford the car of < -J: <,
: Mechanical Service forSee the modern electric duh-
It ends dishpan drudgery .,
the year. Pick a Falcon. Fair- AUTO REPAIR' WOES General Repairs Automatics! Ko-rect Steno Type Notebooks., Typewrite Stow I ever! Speeds through the monotonous washers in color and choice of I ; '.' *"!\, ....funnier than ever in one

lane, or Super-Torque Ford Transmissions I chore in 1/3 the styles counter, under the t of the funniest pictures ever
All Work Guaranteed Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers, 4:::::: dafly l' ,
now. Drive the bargain of the I PhoDet'" GULF PRODUCTS i I I Ribbons. The TELEGRAPH,. time. Does away with water- counter, and roll-around portable

TIRES BATTERIES I I : reddened "dishpan" hands. -at your appliance deal ; Tt-IE
SUrk "'- I -s-- 1 t as mfJlI1( i1Il
Sa. Walnit.
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year today at your neighbor- ,, Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke' -- -- "- Costs very little to operate. er or plumbing contractor. : ; /

hood Ford dealer's I PHONE 964-6781 ; : t'i +' I
II I I IS: Just load your electric dishwasher -. i / LINQVfNT i-

FLORIST Ladies and flip a switch Presto ( : ,
OFFiCIALFORD dishes are pre-rinsed, J. V Mm() / MWiM-MARTHA HYER._ prR1 MRS

Colonial FloristHAS washed, rinsed and sanitized I HOQACf 14CMAnOAI. ..,JER/LEW$___., WCvisiir a'
I i Gilbert S. Brown Don't Miss in water much hotter than : '' Amtit.tPturik' \
hands can stand. Dried, too i
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Phone W4-7071 Starke Phone 964-6291 LEAGUE .... .- ; -r"iAUHtIE Hlld!? t

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Private and Commercial : tl. .l
Service Station Property Sept. 2 I Nt SOW pape "" HELPJMQ BUILD FLORIDA -. pJ; tops tile pial' ..'Y'... :'.

unpleas3fll fodors.
Also expert tree: removal aid : bal J.and < ..p. ,
; SINCLAIR 7:30P.M.Starke tnps I '.'"' .

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