Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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County Publication Established In 1879 I I

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Edwards Redgrave Doyle Lawson
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Rec. Site 4..

Offered CouncilStarke's ,,II I I I II I H ,. School BoardAn I Heavy Vote :

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city council ha s been offered another \ { Wt offer to sell approximately 40 acres of Conway Is Predicted

tract of land to be used fo i l"r a recreation site, accord- i' Airpark for $60,000 for use by the school system and :

ing to Chairman Ruby Jo ins who brought the offer i: % the Starke Recreation Department was heard by the

to the board, but no decis'iOIMrs. i was made Tuesday night.dig .. *, I School Board at its meeting here Tuesday morning.Lacy .

Johns said E. W. Hayes\ the deep sewer lines necessary : :E Conway owner said requisite to obtaining match- A heavy vote is predicted for the City Election ran of three terms on the
has offered the city a 38-acre : that he had been contactedby next with ; council, being 'challenged
with the city's equipment.He Tuesday, most interest centered in the
; j ing funds, and the board voted
tract south of the city prop one or two members of the i I i by Ewell Lawson for the
spirited Clerk. I
was instructed to obtaia I to request such a survey.I race City Incumbent Merrill Ed-
erty on Edward's Loop. The board, who seemed interestedin I i i 2 seat. Lawson has
Recreation Department is I [Continued on Page 6] I_ I After the survey nas been wards, completing his second two-year term in the
the property, and asked i served two terms from 1952 to
made and the need determin- office is challenged by Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave longtime -
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seeking site for an enlarged
a him to make a proposal to( the I 1956, and is currently serving Ion
ed for an additional school, city hall employee who if elected will be
piogram and ball fields and I -
Naval Battle board. the City Board of Bond
first sought the city owned Members of the Recreation|I then, the School Board would Starke's first woman clerk. The office also includes Trustees.

property on the loop but ran At Board, who are seeking a new j i select a site which would have the duties of tax assessor,. tax_collector,_and...!super Incumbent Council Chairman -
Kingsley | to be approved by the State I''
into from
opposition of
visor registration.A .
site for an expanded programof Ruby Johns, completingher
AI i i Department before it could !i Doyle, have opposition.
S tar ke radford I
B County
; g activities, were invited to total of 71 applicationsfor fourth term in the office,
Chamber of Commerce and Efg-zaitly 42 dozen eggs attend the meeting also. I actually be acquired. Morgan absentee ballots had been i i; A total of 2344 electorsare is unopposed. Also lacking opposition -
Bradford were consumed in two- | said this preliminary work qualified to vote Tuesday
County Development a
/ Conway! suggested that the received before the deadline at5pm. in their bids for reelection -
Authority. day teenage feud at Kings- V __ 1V Airpark property, bounded on! would require several months Wednesday. Clerk Ed-| Edwards said there were 211 are Mayor Randal
Hayes has offered his land 1 ley Lake that turned several before the board would be 'ina new registrations before the i
wards said
the east by Orange Street this was an un- Chitty and: Police Chief Bill
J to the city for $400 per acre speed boats into a semblance and on the north by Brown-I position to make a decision usually high number of absentee books closed, and 95 names Rosser, both of whom are
15000. The of floating omelets.It on the Airpark property. were removed from the list
or approximately lee Road, would be ideal for applications even for, winding up their first two-
council has also been consid- all started when one # the location of a new junior Members of the Recreation a year when all races are for reason of death or removal. year terms.

ering the purchase of the old lad tossed an eeg at an- high school, and also for use Board said that it would be tested. In next 'con-I This would mean a net gainof Polls open at 7 am Tues

Conway: airport property ad- other in a passing boat. by the Recreation Board for up to the City to purchase lection, only the clerk and one I' 116. day in the Fire Station and
jacent to North Orange Street : One eg? led to another, the portion of the Airpark
J. D.
its long range development councilman Councilman Doyle, a vete- close at 7pm.
in west Starke. About the between quick raids on the property to be used for :their,
same size as the Hayes tract family refrigerator, and I program. They indicated ,thata

the old airport is much closerto runs to the nearest food Wins Beauty Honors I divided said the about property equally couldbe between suggestion might be made VV V

the center of 'town and la store for reinforcements. to the County Commission
the two and that
next to Bradford High and Miss Linda groups that the county purchase the
Before it ended eggs had Hoggins, 17-year-old Bradford High School he would sell it on any terms

Starke Elementary Schoolsbut given way to overripe fruit I senior, was selected as the first runner-up in the Florida I that would be convenient for present Pratt Street Playground -
would cost the city in and vegetables, climaxed I Crown for use as a site for
Queen contest at Jacksonville Beach last Saturday. En- the buyers.
the neighborhood of $60.000, with : the proposed new courthouse,
a barrage of mushy I tering the contest with the title ")liss Bradford jCounty," Linda School Superintendent H.
and that the city could use
according to Rec. Board Mem- cantaloupe.Irate I
ber Merritt Williams. Owner parents egged the : a lovely MonCo Is the daughter of :Mr. and Sirs. Geor- P. Morgan said that at least this money to apply to the I

Lacy Conway has also offered participants into a boat- ; ge Huggins of Starke. Miss Carol Kendall of Falatka was 15 acres would be needed for purchase of its portion of the .
the location of junior II- "
the airport to the School cleaning brigade when the i named Queen of the Florida Crown In festivities that climaxed I a new Airpark property. .
high school, in the event it
Board as a site for a new feud subsided. : the Labor Day weekend at Jacksonville<< Beach. Conway suggested that an -
junior high school as well asl. It!: I I was decided to build one. appraisal to be made of the :
Merritt Williams, speakingfor
a playground site. ( property and that this figure -
I the Recreation Board, said
Major problem facing the then be used as the basis of
city in purchasing an additional his group would like to haveat negotiation beween him and r .. n. -

recreation site is money. _i- tM- least 20 acres for long the interested groups. He said : I V

same size as the Hayes tract, !!IP'1II IU i..J range developing. that he had had offers from :4 L '.'

but would cost the buyer in rvLaL'.' k V L __ Opinion among all groups 1 persons 'interested in obtain. l'M. .... "....: ".

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that the Airpark property ... VV r ', I '" ("" "' -. .. ..
to confer with the County -" ,' ti r- ,,-'..-- ',v..! ,'. ..wr-- X-
I would well suited for school
Commission on the possibilityof School Days Something,new was added at BUS with the opening of flu-
purchasing the present recreation I expansion purposes, since it is
new term ,Monday with "team, teaching" in the remodelled
site, the Pratt Street V in close proximity to the t
USO building. Team teachers (above) explain new s,: tem to
and Starke Elementary
:; V present BHSf -
Playgiound, on which to erect L11 i .
the, proposed nw courthouse. : 'V :! plants: 4V Students Trudge 9th graders j : 1.

The council, at The 'suggestion ; V-; ; It was also deemed'deSir bl V -. -' --, ; ..
; ; that the recreation development -
of Mrs. Johns, proposes I r 4 -'
to make it's offer to the 'i, i1 be located close to the

commission at its next meetIng I : school so that some' facilities.. Back ToSchool Schoolradford

in October. _J&_ --.._._- -wn.r-- n such as baseball" diamonds,
The city must rirst determine Entries I. tennis courts, etc., could be
In the "best pleasure horse" competition line-up : I
used jointI'yb the school
however, whether the
before the spectator stands at McDavid
deed to the Pratt Street Farms Quarter HorseShow during school Hours and by:
on Labor Day. Hurse days came to Bi County once againnd
SpeaksTo the Recreation Department
erty will permit the sale of
after'school Tuesday as several thousato students trooped backer
-- --- hours and
revert ---- duiing *
the land or if it must 1 ,
V summ'er: the classroom for an thi 180-day stint at thea V: : V 1F
or be resold to the previous 4. V

owner. City Attorney George Civitans Morgan said that "finances"I books. first-day enrollment of 650,

Pierce told the council. would be the bfg? hold-up:: in The exact number of students about( 30 less than PrincipalP.

Since .being turned away acquiring the property. He I' enrolled in county T. Nolin expected. Last $ ''I."
from the city-owned Edwards Bradford High Grid Coacn 1 said that further study of the t schools had not been exactly year's enrollment was about ::'";.-

Loop site for a new recreation David Hurse spoke to the' site including such factorsas II I determined at the close of 850 but 150 students have ... _

park, the Recreation Boar: Starke Civitan Club Tuesday :1 drainage sub-soil content, ,, the second day of classes Wednesday been V transferred to South- :!''":;7';. .

seems to have its eye on the morning and said the "team etc.should be made beforeit I since students were involved side: Nolin says it looks as if "

old airport which Williams I that commits the least mistakes !' was decided to use it for I[ in changing schedulesat the total enrollment of the
site" in I usually wins the game,'' : Bradford High School and 1. I-
termed a "wonderful I school construction. elementary schools will be around I.fl',
his report to the council last 11 and said football practices II' Board member Rodney Hall the nose count was not ac .'75 to 100 less than last '_It .,.

month I are focusing on each player proposed that the board ask curate. Principal Tom Casey year. F!!;.;,,:.,
In other action at the meet thoroughly knowing the style the State Department of Ed-I said, however, that approxi- '.1.\:'

ing Tuesday night, the coun- of football played at BHS. I I ucation to make a general sur- mately 1,200 students are en- Lawtey a first-day Junior enrollment High reported of- .

cil also, at the suggestion of I "We made fewer mistakes i vey of the county's school system rolled in grades '7-12 an increase 263; about 30 less than last

Councilman Carl Hurst in- i : in our scrimmage Friday night : to determine the need of about 150 pupils ninth
because the grade
fctructed Street Supt. S. R.I after only two weeks of prac- and feasibility of new school i over last year. year has been transferred to Brad-

tice than we did at the end I _._ ... .. .. ,.
Hicks to employ extra men I II I construction. This is a pre- "It always amazes me every ford High. Brooker reportedan -c. ;. V -00Iii0
on a temporary basis to clean\' M BM HH I of last season," Hurse told the I II day to see how much
opening Starke
Youthful contestant enrollment of 79, approxi-I These wide-eyed youngsters at Elementary Schoolsee
gets final ; her
a adjustment to horse'sreins Civitans. He said it could be'
out clogged city ditches caused I I around
before confusion we can have mately the same as last term. that "something new has been added" as school o[>end
recent wet weather. riding out In competition at Monday's successful said that each of the fourgames ]Negro Cutting
by here and still be organized a- (
Hampton Elementary reported
horse show. the Tornadoes were' Monday powdered milk, flavored with chocolate, instead of
from the Pres-j i I
delegation bout it, Casey told his faculty -
enrollment of 120,j
e\'erall I downed last TwoA an early the customary fresh milk. Bradford and several other Flori.
byteiian Church and reason came a-(|Injures when classes ended Tues .
0 with few expected.Last
Bessent Road residents appeared 400 Attend Quarter Horse Show bout because of too many untimely day. And at least one stud- year's a enrollment more was I' da counties are serving powdered milk and fruit juices in their

before the council mistakes. "We fumbledat knife weilding Negro. ent was heard telling his 156, but the decline this yearis I I! lunch rooms! rather than pay sharply increased prices asked

Tuesday night to request urgent -! At McDavid Farm In Brooker 1 least twice and had two or Tony R. Ealy Jr., 28, found classmates, "I'm taking the due largely to transferringthe I by milk producers this year.

action from the city oa : three passes intercepted in every -: himself in the Bradford County easiest courses I can get and 7th grade to Bradford _

the proposed Bessent Road 1 one of those games," he" Jail under $5,000 bond still get by." V .
McDavid Farms first full- tie Switchie, owned by D. R. added. High. '
project authorized sev- ,
sewer Monday night, Sept. 3, after Southside Elementary reported -
according to
Bradford High,
which scale Quarter Horse Show :Danile, Oakland Park. 1 V V
eral months ago but Hurse said each player is' cutting his former girlfriend the largest enrollment Principal Casey, has more

has never gotten under way. brought some 400 spectatorsand Grand Champion Gelding- continuously asked the questions and another Negro, accordingto jump with 384 reporting for students than ever before and

Rev. H. Walton Grady told showmen to Brooker on 1 owned by John R. Shaw. or for a rehash of any I the Bradford Sheriff's' De classes the first day, including should have more instructorsbut
the council the new church Labor facet of the Tornadoes' offense -
Day. Salty Langford. Grand Champion Western : partment. 150 who were transferred from V s hool opened Tuesday
manse has been completed McDavid trainer described the Pleasure Horse-Checker Vee. I or defense he does not I Charley Wilson, stabbed Starke Elementary. Six new three' teachers short. Casey is

five months but cannot be occupied event as highly successful with owned by A. F. :McDavid and understand completely whenit I twice in the chest and once classrooms have been addedat sW, !' looking for a mathematics I
because of the lack of 157 entries. horses is explained.The side in the University -
Including ridden in the is Southside for a total of 11 education and
by Joyce Langford. I I ,- a. business ,
sewer connections. Supt. Hicks from Georgia, Florida, South young grid mentor, in I of Florida Medical Center and four more are now under industrial arts teacher.
Junior Western an
5aid the ground is too wet to Carolina Alabama Mississippi. Horse-Wakpala Pack Pleasure owned his second year as head coach j in fair condition and Catherine construction, Principal J. C. Neither of the vacancies was (

ind Illinois. I and athletic director at Brad- Mathews, 34, was treated '
I I Hobbs reported.
filled when school closed ,
and ridden by Marilyn Bru- % ;
McDavid i ford High also told the Civi J and released from the Bradford '
NOTICE! Farms south of Starke Elementary reported The school should
I Wednesday.
Srooker baker of Oakland Park. j I tans that the present ball I County Hospital after a
on Road 235, is owned
have 54 teachers this year,
All Boys 10 to 12 '1 y A. F. McDavid breeder of Senior Cutting and Open Cut- club is "a little bigger" but ,: superficial' cut on her neck I four more than last. LJ $ !iri&P !

Report For registered quarter horses and ting-Snappy Dun owned by "less experienced" than last was dressed. Season Football The high school this term
trained cutting horses. Quarter Edgar Brown, Fort Pierce; ridden year's team. The weakest position i i Sheriff's deputies said the

Bantam FootballAt horses are bred primarily to by Willard Davis. j I on the team is quarterback ,'! cutting occurred in a fit of:Tickets On Sale i will day,operate instead on of a six seven, to period make

The work cattle, and derive their I Junior Cutting-Moncita Jo, he said where an un- : jealousy when Ealy found Wilson By Cheerleaders for fewer pupils per class and

Little Boys Baseball name from being "the fasteston owned by D. R. Daniel; ridden i tried sophomore Donald Falcon visiting the Mathews I to introduce new subjects

Field foot" for the quarter mile. by Wayne Radcliff. I and junior who has nev- I woman. "It might have beena I I which include basic electricity
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:Monday, Sept. 9 They are considered the No. 1 Registered Ropmg-1ason. er lettered. Phil Elder, are serious thing if the knife Season football tickets are humanities, consumer economics .

At 4 P.M.Quarterback. ranch horse and are often used owned by Harold Mills of', battling it out. for the staring had not been so dull" a deputy I still being sold by the Bradford -, art appreciation, and second -

for racing. Chlefland; ridden by Addie berth against Macclenny September said. Had the knife beena High varsity cheerleaders I latin. Casey also

Club Best all-around horse in Mon Jones. i 20. I' little more sharp the wom 'I and are going fast at $8 each: hopes year to add a course in IBM

MEETING day's show was Poco Braman, ''I'' Senior Quarterhorse Reining : He said that both boys have : an's jugular vein would almost Coach David Hurse said this!V data processing by second semester .... .
owned by J. L. Smith of Do- -Kay Bubbles owned and ridden : the potential of developing I certainly have been cut week. I -; VVV -
Tonight (Thursday) Ala and callers but he said Tickets can be obtained by catches varied reactions of young cafeteria
than. ridden hy Carl by Dick McClenning of into fine signal project inau- The camera
I Another new
7:30 P.M. Bracken. The trophy was a Jacksonville. I' both are "prona to make mistakes -: Ealy"was: charged with two calling the gym office and will i! gurated Tuesday was the: patrons to the new chocolate powdered-milk drink that greeted I

At Bradford High $250 saddle presented by Bull- Junior ReiningPoco Bran- because of their inex- I counts of assault with intent I be delivered to any place of them Monday. V
I t team teaching -
Contributed ,ard's Western Store of Lake nen; J. L. Smith, owner; Carl 1 i perience." to commit murder and is under I business or residence upon re-I much discussed
This Space Publicize .Bracken rider. I Hurse also said the Tornadoes -!, $2,5J0} bond. on each"charge..i quest. Last season's ticket I experiment which will involve Richard Jockel, Ben Cheat-| utilization of teachers.

Weekly to City.Winners of other events i, Novice Cutting Baby Miss i* face the toughest schedule -I $2,500 bond on each charge.I holders wfll be given first j approximately 150 ninth l ham. Bill Alexander, Mrs.I i. The USO: has been adapted

Community Events by were: : owned and ridden by Burt Ar- in the team's history this I The cutting occurred Monday I choice to obtain the same seat graders on a voluntary basis. Judy Gabel. and Mrs. Bee to the new program. The DOT

The CommunityState V Grand Champion Stallion-I nold of Frostproof. season with the addition of St. I night at approximately 8:45 I they had. The program is being taught: Scribner. Emphasis is being unit has been moved from the
1 Cloverleaf Barrel Race I! in Speedville, a Negro settlement The tickets will admit the
Cherokee Cash, owned by John Augustine and Bishop Kenny
Bank ; each day for four uninterupted placed on more and better in- USO and combined with the
R. Shaw, Jacksonville. I Lucky Nick, owned and riddenby of Jacksonville to replace, on the Bradford County j holder to all five varsity
__ Grand Champion llare-LitC -] Wilda Stalvey of DunneUon. i V Monticello and P. K. Yonge. i i side of Keystone Heights. home games. --__ periods by five instructors;:: dividual attention and better commercial department. .
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X. M. Smith participated in ., :'..,' ,; ,. Mrs. Louise Kite visited Nancy Faye Forsyth Weds John B. Lee
T the Seaboard Golf Tourna-> .' f,. ""::' ''''"' '- -.. .... ..", Justice and Mrs. Glen Terrellin In Madison Street Church
ment at Southern Pines, N. Tallahassee over the week- + f CeremonyMiss

C. from Friday to Monday.

r Baby Tom Johns of Jack- end.A2c and Mrs. Donald Cooper Nancy Faye Forsyth, !1 "

i sonville spent the weekend r" 1 and family of MacDill Field daughter of Mr. and Mrs

with his grandmother Mrs.J. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Vasco Forsyth was united hi I II I

GLADYS MOOTY PDQNE 964-0651 W Ritch, while his parents E ; L. Cooper over the weekend. marriage with John B. Lee

J d t Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns, 2 ; They all spent Sunday in son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis T. -" 1N"

ks Lee, all of Starke, in a lovely
Mr. at Beach.A Chiefland with relatives.Mr. .
were Daytona
and Mrs. William C.I|I Mrs. Ruby Richard and Mrs.
Smith I who have been on Abby Hagan of Alachua were I Vote for Carolyn Red- and Mrs. J. J. Tolbert candlelight ceremony performed -
for Clerk is a Vote and daughter Donna and by Rev. W. M. Dunaganat J .,. i
=.their wedding trip in South :; Saturday visitors of Mrs. Bertha -i grave City .
...Florida, are spending the re- '' Pearce and Mrs. Ada Al- For Good City Government. yr Sherry Gooding of Charles-'Waldo Norris 8 pm. Friday, Aug. 23, in J' lr j
: I! Michael Reddish is visitinghis ton, S. C. were weekend guestsof the :Madison: Street Baptist : .
mainder of I ,
the week with exander. .
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aunt Mrs D. M. Heath, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis. To Be FeaturedAt Church. '..',''. ;. '11..1>
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith. i I,i Mrs. W. E. Bullard and .',f/ .'.1.)1... -
in Foit Lauderdale this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. ChastainJr. The altar was decoratedwith ., .. '.' .
daughters, Ann and Judy, x + Woman's Club"The I .
M H Miss i Anna Reed of Tampa, | and visited 1 floor baskets of gladioh t' ,- '
Mrs. Owen Vaughn was son, Tommy, "
and granddaughter, Leslie, of! I
-who spent the summer with j '
: her sister. Mrs. S. O. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams ; 1 and mums, against a background \< "T.-- ,
visiting C .
Living" >
3i.er aunt, Mrs. Sarah Hunter Marietta, Ga. were weekend Art of Gracious ,' '- I
of palms and branched -
-left Tuesday for FSU. guests of Mrs. C. F. Ward. Truluck, in Jacksonville last at :New Smyrna Beach over will be the demonstrat- i, candelabra.Mrs. ,::..,' ..,:. \..: f

w+. Miss Sonia Hunter has re- j!|I Misses Linda Hutcheson I week.Mr. the weekend. .: ion-talk featured at the first L. A. Canova organist ,
'1 I and Annette Thomas spent I and Mrs. Patrick Mc- Carolyn Redgrave Will Be meeting of the new club year cake. At either side were five-
turned to her fourth atFloridaSouthern + f' the
year played nuptial music as J
| last week vacationing in New Griff and daughter of Milwaukee I A Full-Time City Clerk and' for the Starke Woman's Clubon branched silver candle holders 1j

._.-. and College. i York City, where they visited;1 I Wis. are visiting his,: Labor Day Is Right Will Devote Her Full-Time to;, Wednesday afternoon at;> guests assembled Gerald Williams and accompanied solo.- : with white tapers. .
Mr. Mrs. Merritt Wil-
many points of interest. i, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. the Office of City Clerk. !i 3:30: o'clock. I, The punch table was over-
:: lams her 1st, who sang "0 Perfect Love.
were visiting mothper I
Mrs. J. F. Rogers in Jack- Byron Terwillegar will return McGriff Sr. this week. Labor Day was just that for this group of Country Club : Mrs. Pat Cauffman Mrs.; [i Mrs. Waldo Norris, of the "I Love You, Truly," and "The ; laid with a white cutwork ,

3nville! over the weekend.A I Saturday to The Bolles: ; Local admittances to Brad :, wives who toiled all day preparingsumptions supper to climax Emma Badman and Mr. and Waldo Norris Show on Chan- i! Wedding Prayer." j jI j cloth and centered with a silver ,.
Mrs. W. M. Smith and fam-! bowl around whicn
School in Jacksonville for the ford County Hospital this ;
nel 12 TV in Jacksonville I II
at the club '
Vote For Carolyn Red. Family Day'enh on Monday Mrs T. II. Slade, : Wayne Kinney served thegroom
term. week include Joe Wallace of ilies spent the weekend at I was a garland of greenery and
nave Is a Vote for Coopera- hmrnian of food preparation Is at far right. The supper, attended i Daytona Beach. I i will be the speaker, and Johnnie :. as best man and the I
Mrs. Effie Johns had as: Keystone Heights, Mrs. Carl mums.
tion In the Clerk's Offic ; around 175 members and Jones of Jones Bros. Fur- Woods
ushers Travis
by uncle
guests was under supervision : were \
Saturday night dinner guestsG. Broughton of Graham, Mrs. Mrs Emma Badman left niture Store Jacksonville will Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr. greeted -
'* A2c William Harvey Tannerof of Mrs Charles .Sawyer, social chairman. : of the groom, and Jimmy;:
recently for months' visit !: guests at the door and }
W. Baisden and Miss Mar I Dorothy Bagwell and Mrs. I I a supply materials and piecesof i
Keesler. AFB. Biloxi, Miss. Lee, brother of the !
tha Holloway of Jacksonvill I Daisy Thomas of Starke I II i with Mrs. Nell Pinkerton in j groom. presented them at the receiv- I
'was home for the weekend. I Mr. and'Mrs.. Homer Bad- Mr. and Mrs. George Hug-!I furniture for demonstration. Mrs. Judy radgett attended'' '
I line of J.
Sunday guests were L. C. I Mr. and Mrs. Olin White Robinson, Ill. j I ing composed Mrs.
1 ; gett of Lake Worth spent last 'gins and family spent the : her sister matron of honor
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Smith of Dade City, Mrs. I Jr. celebrated their 15th wed- : 1: Mrs. P. D. Fancher was ini: I as ; T. Lawson, the parents of tlv I
Jr will be in Miami Beach week with their son, Rev. and week end at Jacksonville '!i Hostesses for the afternoon in a pink satin broruae dress
Henry Carter. Mrs. Bob Mc- :, ding anniversary Friday evening i Tallahassee over the weekend bride and groom, the brute
Mrs. Bob! Badgett.Mr. : Beach. I' will be Mrs. H. H. Adams, with match; headpiece of ;
horn j a ?
Thursday to Sunday to Lendon and Gail of Maxvilla.I j Aug. 30, with dinner at ; visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry i I I and groom, and their bridal
'attend the American Legion i and Mrs. L. M. Gainesof i! Mr. and Mrs F. W. Hunt. McCord. i j chairman, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, i satin and nyon lace. She car- attendants. !
I Carolyn Redgrave ill Show I the Steer Room in Jackson- : I
National Americanism Com ]I I j 1330 Blanding Street, Sara- 1 and family of St. Augustine I I[ Mrs. A. J. Barry, Mrs. Robert ned a nosegay: of bite u.umi :
: No Partiality in the Clerk's'Office. I I ville. ; !i Mrs. Martha Hazen has returned Mrs. P. T. Nolin cut thebride's 1
mittee meeting.. toga Heights, have moved into ;i were visiting Mrs. Henrietta I j; Barksdale Mrs. W. E. Bigd i, and pink satin rittms |
I : from two weeks vacation cake and Mrs. Jimmy .
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dailey of .
\ their home E. Lauri!
new on ham. Mrs. Paul Bridges Mrs.
i Hunt
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison on Sunday. 1 | Misses Sylvia: Forsyth ana ;
I in New Beach, i Lee kept the bride's book. Assisting 4
Edith Christiansen
1 i Mrs. re. j Hattiesburg, Miss were week- : and Smyrna '
Street. Mr. Mrs. Randyohr.s
i : Lester Crews, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Linda Lee cousins: of the
and i I .
grandchildren spent Kathleen Scanlan of
Deland in serving Mrs.;
Or- DeLeon were
turned from New and Springs.
j Monday end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I to rent
and plan 1
i Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., Mrs.
"the' weekend in Macon Ga. : leans, La. where she spent ': Edwin Williams. I :, Warrington, Va. spent Monday i! Don't You the Citizens of : bride, served as bridesmaids in I T. H. Slade, Mrs. Alice Anderson ,
Games home in Saratoga
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles j tne land{ Tuesday with her grand- ; ,; George Huggins, Mrs. W. E.j, pink lace over taffeta gowns,!,
i most of the summer with her Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges! Heights and there with- i Starke Want a Competent Mrs. S. C. Wise, Mrs. Robert -
move I
: Middleton Mrs. Harry Mooty; with satin headbandsover
Meyer | three daughters and their have returned from a two I| in two weeks. mother. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. City Clerk Vote for Carolyn < pink | Ward, Mrs. Thomas Col- ,
Ritch L. S.
I Mrs. H. C. Mrs. lace. carrttd
nylon They
I while enroute to U. of F. ,
Harold Tyus returned to his families. Redgrave for City Clerk. i son and Mrs. Alfred Woods.
weeks visit with relatives in j I
:t I ; Miss Sally Ann Epperson Ii Hutto, Mrs. Robert Shaller, of white mums tip- ,
Jourtti year at Florida-South ': : i f Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Whid- i nosegays. I Passing out the pink net rice I
Mr. and Mrs. Chattanooga. Term and Stone Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wood-
i I. P. Shepherd entered Florida Presbyterian 1! : Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and Mrs. ped with pink.
a ern College today. : Mountain Ga. don and family of Tifton Ga. : burn and daughters and Kath- I bags were Misses Alice and I
Jr. and children have returned I I College in St. Petersburg on Frazier Shaw.Recent i The bride given in -
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Kazar- : were weekend guests of Mr. j marriage Sherry Woods, cousins of the ,
to their home in Newnan, Ga. I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown''1i Monday. i 1! leen Thomas spent the week- I !1 by her cousin, Tommy

'' ian visited Harry Kazarian in after spending ten days with i and son, Bill, spent last week!II Mrs. Arlen McKnight: and and Mrs. J. G. Holton. : end at Kingsley Lake. : Births Forsyth, was lovely in a white I groom. .'

,Orlando over the weekend. j l'' Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. I at Fontana Village, N. C- I son, David, were vacationinglast j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dou- I, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early of I gown of nylon lace, and net'I The couple left on.a. short ,

Mr. and :Mrs. Charles GodI Capt. and Mrs. Hal Everett I Mr. and: Mrs. A. Z. Adkhrs week in the Everglades ville and family of Orange Herrin 111. spent the past ten Bradford County Hospital i over taffeta. With this she I ji wedding trip to West Florida '
frey and daughter of Wash i Park and Lloyd Grider of St. '! days with their daughter and after which they will reside at
: of Cherry Point, N. C. spent !! Jr. and family of Gainesville! National Park and Florida announces the following;i wore a single strand of
ington, Ga. are visiting her, the Labor Day weekend with j spent the weekend with Mrs. 1 1I West coast. ; Simons island spent the weekend family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack i births: i i and her nylon net pearl3\\ 381 Weldon Street. The bride 1'1'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler 1 with their Mr. chose for traveling a 1
parents Eaves.
Mr. and Mrs H. H. Everett I Adkins at Kingsley Lake. ;:I :Mr.: and Mrs. William E. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. attached to a crown of seed
Jones this week. and Mrs R. H. Grider. Ea\'es'j linen suit with white accessories \
I and daughter Jane. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Bald- '. Torode: III, of Gainesville,i, Misses Gayle and Dianne I Hampton, a daughter Melissa -, pearls. She carried a white \ '
Mr. and Mrs Lester Crews I Holst BeaU Jr. of Macon,I win returned Saturday from' former Starke residents have!' Cooperation By All City Officials : Edwards will return to Bart- Ann, Aug. 28. satin Bible topped with a white and the white orchid from I

and daughter Carolyn attended -I Ga. spent Labor Day weekend !' ten days in the Smoky Moun- i i moved to Birmingham Ala. ; is a Must In City Gov- ram School in Jacksonville \ :Mr. and Mrs. John Nors- orchid. her bridal bouquet. 'I

the funeral of his father. : with Mrs. Beall Jr., who has '! tains and Kimesha. N. Y. : where Mr. Torode is entering : ernment Carolyn Redgrave;: this weekend. : worthy, Lawtey, a daughter, Mrs. Forsyth chose for her I The groom is employed by \I II

Thomas Crews, in Venus on i been with her father, J. L. 1! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks I Cumberland Law School. i, Pledges Her Full Cooperation.:; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth : Trindl Pearl Aug. 29. daughter's wedding a green I I the National Guard.Elementary .

Tuesday afternoon. [Jimmy] Gentry, who is ill in i j Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mathewsof and Barry, spent Friday !
j dale and family of Starke. Mr. i, Midshipman W. H. Graham son Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Chester sheath dress with .beige accessories -

Clyde Terwillegar attended Alachua General Hospital in i I and Mrs. Richard C. Williamsof : III has returned to the Naval |j i iI i Macon, Ga. were weekend to Monday at Crystal River. I Padgett, Starke, a son, Gregory and a purple orchid! PTA ;1

the 1964 Ford showing in Mi- Gainesville. Mr. Gentry was New Port Richey and Mr: I Academy, Annapolis Md. after guests of Mrs. G. H. Bennett i, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle! Chester, Sept. 3. corsage. \ :t

ami from Sunday to Tuesday. in Bradford County Hospitalfor : and Mrs. Richard May and ; a months vacation with his : and son, Stanley. Sunday I were in Dunnellon over the I Mr. and Mrs. James Varnes, Mrs. Lee, mother of the The Starke Elementary PTA j

While there he was the guestof a week before being transferred ,f daughter, and J. W. Horne of : parents at Kingsley Lake. guests were Mr. and Mrs. R.i i' weekend visiting Mr. and Mr ,i Florahome a son, James Dar- groom was attired in a pink ''I will meet Tuesday, Sept. 10 j jl(

Tom Bailey Jr. ] to Alachua GeneralMr. 'Hampton were vacationing I Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Owensby i H. Boree and Mr. and Mrs. : W. B. Dowling. Mr. Doyle rell, Sept. 3. satin brocade dress with white at 7:30 p.m. in the Cafetor- :

For a Ride to the Polls on and Mrs. Arthur Rigdonof :i last week at Gatlinburg, Tenn.I and family of Mathews, N. C'' C. D. Panell and baby of : served as judge in a beauty j I i Mr. and Mrs. David Manning accessories, and she wore a I j ium. There will be an intro,1 j\

September 10th, Call Carolyn f Jacksonville visited the I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney John- : are spending two weeks at the Jacksonville. contest at the Labor Day Fes-I a son, Stevie Gene s pt. purple orchid corsage. I!j I duction of teachers and new :(

Redrrave at 9692594. i Gentrys last Saturday. : son and son of Savannah, Ga. Alvarez cottage on Kingsle/ i, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham : tivities. i2.! A reception was held in the officers during the program. f

Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell : Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hut- I were overnight guests last I Lake. j:i have had as guests Mr. and i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert j Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Starling i church educational building Refreshments will be served. j
I' :
Norman spent the weekend in cheson and Mrs. C. C. Hutcheson -: Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Ran- The Citizens of Starke deserve Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa, :,. Thomas spent the weekend at i Starke a daughter, !1 which was decorated with baskets { (
Sarasota and Punta. Gorda.Dr. I were in New York City I i dal Chitty. : Kindness and Consider- 'overnight last Wednesday; their camp in the Ccrub. >: Tammie Denise Sept. 3. of white gladioli and THE RIGHT POINT for the

and Mrs. R. S. Mullins last week visiting Mrs. Grace i John Adams, William Sil- ation Car o lyn Redgrave i Jack Gill of Jacksonville, anti Mr. and Mrs. Carl Geng of Il mums. The bride's table was ray you writ Come In and

and family were visiting their I Beal. Mrs. Beal accompaniedthem cox, and Chuck Moore enteredthe Pledges Kindness and Consid- Mr. and: Mrs. Dennis Williamsof Bradenton were guests last Cash Paid for Good Clean I covered with a white cutwork select jour favorite ESTER- I II

parents in Ocala over the home and will spend Lake City Junior College elatiOn By The Clerk's Office Gainesville over the week- :' week of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hart- t Rags. No Khakis or Wool. All I cloth and centered with a BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE ,

weekend. I this week with the Hutchesons. i last week. ; to the Citizens of Starke. I end. .' _& mann. I.., : Cotton. Bring, to Telegraph.! beautiful three-tiered wedding GRAPII.

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| Eloise Chambers I Mary Joan Pabst Becomes Bride I:,I I,Buffet Supper Jean Carolyn Smith, Mr. Estabrook :

''Is HonoreeAt Of Marion Harrington On August 1 17 II I i:Given In Honor Exchange Vows In Jacksonville ;

I : Lovely Shower I,
Of Fred Snells
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In a beautiful wedding i| Miss Jean Carolyn [Jo]

ceremony at 8 o'clock Satur- -v -I iI Smith, daughter of Mr. and -
Miss Eloise Chambers, whose I
and Snell
Mr. Mrs. Fred ,
,day evening August 17 Miss
I of Starke
Mrs. Jesse C. Smith ,
marriage to Richard Dugger I
-I) who are moving to Waycross, [ !
Mary Joan Pabst became the ,
: became the bride of Gerald
will. be an event of Friday i'
bride of Marion Stephen Har- Ga., were at a delightful -
evening, was honored at a and I Roger Estabrook of Jacksonville -
rington. Rev. R. G. Riech- supper j
I son of Mrs. Ruth Cummings -
lovely bridal shower Wednes-
mann, pastor, performed the dance last Friday evening atj j
i day evening of last week at the Starke Golf and Country of San Diego Calif.
jV ;
ceremony in St. Mark's Lu- F FIC rj
the State Farm community theran Church, Jacksonville.The ii Club. Hosts for this occasion and the late Mr. Estabrook, la _
a lovely wedding: ceremony
club house. Hostesses
were bride's were Mr. and Mrs. Randal i I
Mrs. O. R. Jordan, Mrs. M. parents are Mr Chitty. Mr. and Mrs. Drew performed by Bishop ClaytonJ.
and Mrs. Robert A. Pabst of Perry on Saturday afternoon -
W- Shealey Mrs. Kenneth '
1715 Clemson Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. George
.. Johns Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock. Road Jackson- Aug. 17, at 5 o'clock in
and ] Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. James | :
ville, the
j \ !bridegroom'smother pr
the Church of
of Jesus Christ
:Mrs. H. D. Mrs.
Starling, Rowe, and Mr. and Mrs. Char '
is Mrs.
Gladys Har-
I I James Reddish, Mrs. J. B. [ rington of Starke.Sevenbranched. I H les Sawyer.\ Latter Day Saints, Jackson- II

i Godwin, and Misses Joyce __ Guests were greeted at the j; ille.The

Starling and Sandra Shealey. -V7! and of candelabra door by Mr. and Mrs. Roberts j j altar of the church was :
vases carnations and; H I highlighted with tall baskets
An attractive yellow color and Mr. and Mrs. Snell. I
were used in decor- Ier of white
gladioli mums, Ji.
: motif was carried out in th3 The buffet table was cen- i 1 I pompoms
ating the altar of
the church.
and leather leaf fern.
flower arrangements placed at Baskets tered with an arrangement of _
\ carnations and Mrs. Beecham I

points of interest throughout I summer flowers in pastel' organist
I gladioli, against
a backgroundof 1'r
rendered nuptial music as
the club house. The refresh- shales. Guest were seated at.. k'Smith
i. with cathedral
I' !' ; the guests assembled and accompanied
ment table was covered witha tables centered with trailingivy
tapers were used in the chan- Donald McDowell, (
j j handsome cutwork cloth and cel. Family marked ." and crepe myrtle blossoms. ,
pews were
who "Because"and
i at end silver bowl dinner the guestJ'enjoyed sang I
one was a Following
with small
\L arrangements of "
: I
It "I Love You Truly.
holding yellow and gold mari- dancing. t j.
carnations.As ', I the
bride and
;: T I olds. At the other end of the e the guests assembled .,I j 1 The honor guests were presented -j, Larry Kimmons of Jacksonville ,1 and Miss Shannon. t

i table was a crystal punch bowl %t r4 with a set of stainless attended the groom as
I Ij Hugh Alderman i i
organist, ren- : j The bride's table was covered -
dJ i" encircled with yellow net and steel flatwear from the hosts 0 'best man, and the ushers were
dered Li1iV j i
j ;. r, nuptial music and accompanied \ with a white cutwork clotn
marigolds. Centering the table 1Wi'Miss : I j and hostesses as a memento j' '
;J : ( : : ; :Mrs. Marcia Bar- -'' .J.. I | and centered with a four-tier-
: were two silver candelabras .' '-. -' of the occasion. ;i''bride, and Larry' Crawford of i
: (
: }; ; '' ber, soloist, who sang "The ,t *""' < I j ed wedding cake topped with a
l''I. Starke. I Ii
;: '" I with yellow tapers and Sixty close friends of Mr. !;
j of .
':." .1 .! I Song Ruth and "TheLord's .. miniature bride and groom.
,,--, 'f" ,: ivy trailing from the candelabras "" -,,-"- ; and Mrs. Snell were invited i Miss Kathy Shannon of '
::. i' Prayer" was chanted bya ". I Flanking the cake were two
I : ::17 '; 1 to the corners of the group of six men from the "' <'".,w, 1 to attend. | Jacksonville served as maid of I three-branched c a n d elabra

table. | church choir. I I ]honor in a lovely orchid lace I l with white cutwork cloth and

Guests were greeted at the ,., Newberne ReunionAt over taffeta gown with a.
The bride
a' given in mar- ;!- centered with a four-tiered
: ;; 1,,,. I Ir door by Mrs. Reddish. In the i iI riage by her father was love- _jt ,{ -, I Gold Head ParkThe matching headpiece to which "I wedding cake topped with a

'Ii'! I leceiving line were Mrs. God- .1 was attached a nose length I
I II ] ly in a reembroidered Alencon ____J': miniature bride and groom.
4S j win. the honoree. her mother. J Jj veil of illusion. She carried a
I I I lace gown over bouquet taffeta I first of what will be an o Flanking the cake were two

'. c v j II Mrs. E. R. Chambers, and the I j with an empire bodice narrow annual event was held at I blue and'hite carnation I three-branched can d elabra 1
; II| mother of the groom-to-be, folded cummerbund scalloped -.1c nosegay with white tulle and
Gold Head Branch State Park I with white tapers. Silver trays :
I :Mrs. L. E. Dugger. All wore 3Wtl..J.. blue satin streamers.
sweetheart neckline, r.-. last Sunday when members of and compotes held wedding t

t orchid corsages. |[ Cherry Ward brief sleeves and a dome shaped I the Newberne family gatheredfor The bride, given in marriage cookies, nuts, and mints. The

Miss Sandra Shealey kept skirt _____ _jlight by her father, chose for
Weds featuring a scalloped crystal punch bowl was surrounded -
Wm. E. FaxonIn a reunion.
+ the bride's book and Mrs.: train. Her bouffant veil her wedding a beautiful white
: sweep with fern and whit!
I t blue dress featuring a Among those present were I
>: I Kenneth Johns presided at Gainesville j'! o f hand rolled, imported reembroidered lace bodice anda I Mrs. Estella Kinnard of Tampa lace and nylon net gown over asters.

the punch bowl. Assisting in i I j French silk illusion was at- full skirt of chiffon over I and her children and their satin, fashioned with a fitted Mrs. Roy Spradley cut the

A serving were Misses Sara i The marriage of Miss Cherry tached to a crown covered bodice with scalloped necklineand bride's cake, and Mrs. Bobby
I I i taffeta. With this she wore a I families, Derene, W. E., and
J. E; ::7'Chh: = I Shealey and Kathy Hitchcock ; Ward to William E. Faxon with illusion and seed pearls. : pale lavender orchid ,oorsage. I Kathleen; the children of I' long sleeves that tapered Williams, sister of the bride
!' I
Ceremony i One hundred guests were: was solemnized Friday night, Her only ornament was i to lily points at the wrists. kept the bride's book. Assisting -

I Nancy Lee Bates And James E. Hodge invited to call between the I Aug. 30, in the irtyni'Avenue '!j single strand of pearls, a gift i Following was the held wedding in a the'reception \' Mrs.and family Bessie of Norman Moultrie,J.Ga.A., I I Self buttons extended down I i in serving were Mrs.

I appointed hours, eight to nine- Church of Christ in i! of the groom. She carried a : church fellowship hall whicn Charles and wife of Macon the back and on the sleeves j Broward Capps, Mrs. Charlie

';ri j Miss ,Nancy Lee Bates, 0'o fell< into an overlapping panel ; thirty. Gainesville, with Forrest Mc- i j cascade bouquet of white roses :, I The bouffant, floor-length ;i E. Johns, Mrs. Ellis Thornton,
Ga.. Gloria and
decorated for the Young family
was occa-
daughter of Mr. and H. :' I Cann minister of the 14th and stephanotis. j skirt of lace was decorated Mrs. T. D. Dyal and Mrs.
Mrs in front and featured tiny The hostesses presented the! sion with baskets of carna- of Miami: Vonice Tillman,
4 Ogden Bates, 3rd of the State Street Church of Christ, of-I' Miss Connie Pabst served with seed pearls and sequins.She Blanche Barker.
self-bows at the waistline. bride-to-be with the platter'
and gladioli and branched j Ga., and Nadine I
; Farm, became the bride of Their i ficiating.The her sister as maid of honor ,: wore a white, purple- Following the reception the
headpieces were matching ;, to< her chosen china patternas candelabras. Murphy, Tampa Elkin New- i
: James Edward Hodge son of'': taffeta blown'roses i i bride is the daughter i in a street length dress of j throated orchid and her veil I young couple left on a wed-
and full a memento of the occasion.es. I !
| Standing in the receiving berne and wife, Adel, Ga.: I
Mrs. Vernon Peacock and the ;i with bouffant face veils.Each of the late Mr. and Mr3.i i princess pink silk organza witha >I of illusion was attached to a : ding trip after which they are
line were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. j Fannie O'Hara. Starke, and
late William H. Hodge! in a',' wore a single strand of Thomas J. Ward of Chiefland. fitted bodice, scooped neck- ; crown of pearls and crystals. I residing: at 3431 Broadway,
Pabst Mrs. the
I children. Ruth Frazier Starke'Onie
lovely wedding ceremony performed pearls anj short white gloves. I and the bridegroom is the son 0,; line, cap sleeves and a demi- j i Mrs. Smith chose for her]i Jacksonville. The bride chose
i bride and and bridal
: groom, Mae Graves and L. C
Saturday, Aug. 24, at :, Their bouquets were cascade j I of Mrs. Bessie Faxon of bell skirt with scissor pleats. daughter's wedding an aqua: for traveling an ice blue, tucked -
I attendants.The I Smith
8 p. m. in Holy Trinity Epis- j arrangements of Cutting the bride's cake were Gainesville, formerly of Stark, i Her headpiece was a matching :, and family Daytona embroidered organza covered jersey dress with white
dawn-pink '
| Mrs. L. E. Dugger, Mrs. Milo and the late W. D. Faxon. i bride's table was cen- Beach; Era Rogers, Waldo;
r copal l Churcn Gainesville. The I II feathered carnations and j I organza rose with a brief I taffeta featuring a round neck;t accessories, and she wore the
I Reverend Earle roses i( Seigler, and Mrs. James H.I I Nuptial music was provided; veil. She carried a of tered with a four-tiered wedding Alta Smith, Jacksonville: Le- orchid-from bou-
Page officiated -; i interspersed] with ivy and tul- nosegay and side drape: With this she 0I her wedding
( Rowe. cake decorated with white nora Waddell, Tampa Genevieve t
Presiding at the punch by the chorus from the ;
at, ,the double ring cere- j ie. pink sweetheart roses and wore matching accessories,! quet.
bowls were Mrs. Bob Fergusoa,j 14th Street Church of Christ.'! and pink flower icing and[I' DeReus and son War- '
mony. Dr. David Stryker, organist i, The flower girl was little varying shades of pink carna- } complemented with a purplesorchid. i' The iride: is a graduate of
presented a program Miss Monica Jo Rowe daughter Mrs. S. R. Johns, III, Mrs. | The church rostrum, flanked : tions. !! topped with an antique china: ner Robins, Ga.; and children i, i Bradford High School and
John Kopelousos, Mrs. Harold redwood vase holding stephanotis and[ of Annie Hammans, Mavis
Af by giant philodendron in bridal attendants '
nuptial Serving
I t music and accompanied -j I of Mr. and :Mrs. James I as I A reception was held in the Florida Beauty College. Mr.
.I I Godwin: Mrs. Gene Shaw, Mrs. : lilies-of-the-valley. At either Robertson and husband and
j containers centered
Mrs. Jane Sterrett was were Mrs- James A. Coarsey, I
Rowe of Starke. Her bouffant Relief Society ,room of the Estabrook graduated from
H. M. Richarde, Mrs. Thomas i with side were matching candel- Sandra Mains and family of
soloist. j an arched brass can-
Mrs. John H. Lindsey Mrs
I'I | I i ,
I floor-length dress was also I 0 0 church which was decorated high school in Oxnard Calif. (
For the the altar Stallings, Waldo, and Mrs. delabra. White chrysanthemums W. L. Harrington, Miss Alyn abras decorated with garlandsof ; Tampa. '
.' ceremony : fashioned of misty aqua taf- i with baskets of white gladioli, and attended Ventura Junior ,
was flanked by brass cathedral -j I feta on lines similar to the Jim Ritch. Floor hostesseswere / and greenery were used j Grace Pabst, sister of the ivy. The punch table was t mums, and pompoms. Mrs. W. College; Ventura, Calif. He is
I Mrs. Robert V. Turner, centered with a five Louise: Cowart I
in planters at either side. candle
candelabra holding burn- bridesmaids, and featured asweetheart ': i bride. They were attired in I H. Hart greeted guests at the, now employed as a printer at
ing The I Mrs. Alice Anderson, Mrs. I Given in marriage by her and.. identi- tree, with matching crystal
tapers. two gold al- gowns headpieces
neckline. She worea I i 1 Weds Alldredge j door. Standing in the receivIng the Van Norren Printers in
Tom Mercereau, and Mrs. brother, Frank Ward of Ocala, 1: punch bowls on each end. j {i
I tar vases contained line arrangements -\ matching headpiece and veil. \' cal to those of the honor at- j 1 line were Mr. and Mrs.'GillDavidson Jacksonville. t

I of white gladioli, I short white gloves and carried -\ P. McLendon. :Mrs. R.1 the bride wore an afternoon|I tendant, and carried identical !' Mrs. Ben L. Ainsley cut the'tin Quiet Ceremony ...

mums and stock, and green a small pink and whit Harden greeted guests at dress of beige lace over satin nosegays. I bride's cake and Misses ,Valerie ,I '
..,, ery formed a background in I net basket holding pink rose door and Mrs. T. H. Slade with matching lace and satin! William L. Harrington attended I Pabst, Kathy Pabst and,j I Miss Louise Cowart and ,(

I the chancel area of the I petals. ** introduced guests to the receiving I headpiece. Her flowers were a his brother as best I< Jane Stadnick kept the bride's ,I Wayne Alldredge were unitedin I.way you write. Come in and

church Two white pedestal The groom was attended by line. With the bride nosegay of white roses. i man, and the ushers were I book. Ii[ marriage on Friday, Aug. I Announcement sis being I elect your favorite ESTE.R-;

arrangements of stock, gladioli ,j his brother, Mike Hodge, of i and groom in the receiving I The matron of honor, Mrs. Robert B. Pabst, brother of| After spending some Urns 16, at the home of Rev. L. A. 'made of the marriage of 1 BROOK. Fountain Pen. TELE.GLtPII. -

,( j i and English ivy were Jacksonville, as best man. j i i i line were Mr. and Mrs. Bates, | Clara McCann wore a blue the bride, Douglas Seymour, with their guests the young''' McGee who performed the I j I John H. Gill of Kingsley Lake : :

1 placed on either side of the : Usher-groomsmen were Homer I in, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon crystalite f r oc k, matching! cousin of the groom, John i couple left on a wedding trip 0 o ceremony. I to June Davidson of Hazardl' .

I I Peacock, and the bridal at- 1 headband, and carried a boU- : Dr. Tom Mc Miss Cowart is the daughter -I Ky. The marriage was performed -
steps leading up to the altar j Sandifer, brother-in-law of :, Kopelousos, and: to Jekyll Island, Ga. They are j I I
as were lighted tapers in tall !, the groom. Jacksonville; !i tendants. Keeping the bride's I quet of pale pink roses. I Clane m.: now at home at 5462 Matanzas ,I of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd August 30 in Folkston, : NOTICE

j !. candelabra.. The pews were ;, Thomas Tygart, Sidney Davis, I book were Mrs. Thomas K. H. Jack Waters served as I, Mrs. Pabst chose for her Way, Jacksonville. The bride ,I!I Cowart of Starke, and Mr. (Ga. : .

marked with white satin ribbon and Thomas A. Davis of Jack- McClane III of Gainesville,j best man, and ushers were''! daughter's wedding a rose chose for traveling a pink linen '!,!' Alldredge is the son of Mrs. I The couple resides at fheGill
I lilies of the valley, and scnville; Gene Shaw of Starke; ; and Miss Lou Perry of Bra- John Todd and Tommy Pen- '! colored sheath of lace over suit, white accessories and W. W. Hollingsworth also of i home on Kingsley Lake. :BOWLERS! .

trailing English Ivy. I j Phillip Pair of Nashville, |:; denton. nisi.The I taffeta complemented with a pink hat, complemented with'a '' Starke. :

The bride, given in mar- :i T nn.. and Robert G. BlalocK'| Passing out rice bags and bridegroom's mother: pale lavender orchid corsage. | rose corsage. | Both Mr. and Mrs. All-'I,Morgan-Meyer j Ladies

riage by her father wore a of Bradenton. Serving a g : serpentine inrows to the chose a pastel green brocade I Mrs. Harrington, mother of I| The bride is a teacher at 'dredge attended Bradford !II League .

silk-faced peau de soie gown I guests were the Misses Vickie I in High School. Mr. Alldredge is I Mrs. Wynn announces Starts Sept. 9
acolytes were Joe Crevasse, Jr.. : sheath with white accessories the groom, was attired a'' Englewood High School in pus .

with a scalloped scoop neck- and William :McGriff III, both'lof and Kay Turner, Cheryl for her son's wedding. I Jacksonville._ ,_,___ 'Mr. _Harrinton___ ,n'! ____ employed at the Super Test : the engagement of her daughter -I 7:30 P. 51.
line. The bodice was enriched I Godwin and Peggy Dugger I I Service Station, and the bride .
Gainesville. I I After the ceremony, a reception will receive his degree in ac- ; I Betty Jane Morgan, to ,
with re-embroidered Alencon Mrs. Bates, mother of the all of the State Farm. was held at the home I(Southside PTA counting from Jacksonville i ]is an employee of the Florida. Howard W. Men's .
lace iridescents and seed I When the couple left for I State Prison. Meyer. i i League .
bride, wore a streetlength'dusty i (of the bride's cousin. Mrs. Alfred University in April. i ,
pearls. The elegantly fashioned ( rose gown of peau-de-I a wedding trip to the moun- !< j Pennisi in Gainesville.The Holds First Meet Only members of the immediate A November wedding 1' Starts Sept. 10

I skirt featured cascade ape soie and chiffon with a softly I tains of North Carolina and J serving table was over-:'''Of( New Year :Rehearsal SupperAt family attended the I planned. i, 7:30 P. M.

pliques of Alencon lace form- ] Tennessee, the new Mrs.M I ceremony.A .
draped bodice terminating laid .
nj'i with a lace cloth and held .
ing pointed panels in the; ,a side panel of chiffon. She ,! 3 Hodge traveled in a gold silk I 1' ,the punch bowl and white j i; The first meeting of South- Starling HomeMr. reception was held after- I I I II All Who Have Not

front Enhanced by two self wore a harmonizing pink hat f suit, with accessories of': (candles in silver holders, en- 'side Elementary PTA was held 0 ward at the home of Rev. McGee Have you an old refliberator' ,< Signed Up Yet Can Still

roses, the skirt fell into a 1 fashioned of pea u- So That t
bouffant chapel length train 1 orchid ( entertained at a buffet leaves and a corsage of pink i I II ; 'Cymbidium corsage. I' The bride's book was kept'in the school cafetorium. Rev. supper ,I I Mr. and Mrs. Alldredge are

J with tiny butterfly appliques| ,I cymbidium orchids I The bride received her B. by Mrs. Faxon's sister MK J Bob Badgett gave the medita- at their home at the State residing at 336 W. Call St. in now. Phone 984-3101 and ak'
creating back interest. Her :, i i iJ Farm last Friday evening for I I for classified. I
b I'I: Mrs. Peacock, mother of the S. degree from Florida State Jack Waters, of Waldo. \\l tion.I Starke. ,I Scotch Doubles
gown had short shirred sleeves their daughter, Sylvia, and her
was attired in a softblue University where she was a Officers for the ; i t i -
groom new year, : Thurs. at 7:30:
and she wore short white I I After a brief wedding trip, fiance, David Bibler, before I
Delta lit
member of Kappa social ] II
I streetlength gown of silk were introduced as follows: Birthday Party I
j Mr. and Mrs. Faxon returned
kid gloves. In her shoe she ] their wedding rehearsal. I Elect Carolyn Redgrave Citjr
j sorority and Omega [
crepe featuring a square neckline I < Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr., president I .
to Gainesville to make their
the traditional lucky six I For Scot Clark Clerk. So that the Clerk's Duties
wore : Pi and Kappa Delti Pi hon- The buffet ser-I -
[ with a Chantilly lace bodice Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, j supper was
bought in London and. J Ji I home at 625 N.W. 32nd Place. 'I ; Will Be Caroled Out Efficiently. :
pence i oraries. She received her ved from a white linen covered Starke
I i I ending in a half-bow. She I| ,vice president; Mrs. Carl MinxT,II i j I Lane?
I which has been worn by seven'of I .I Mr. Faxon will teach science Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clark .
i Education
of degree
Master *table centered with silver
I a ;
: wore harmonizing accessor- secretary and Drew Reddish, i
at ; I
her sorority sisters in their|' i Westwood Junior High entertained at a birthday par I I
> ies with a corsage of ivory from the University of Flor- I treasurer. bowl holding giant marigolds. i'. .
ii' School while the bride will |
weddings.The ty at their home on Hampton
I of this I .
I orchids.ImmeIiately | ida in August year.
Cymbidium The 40 included
continue her work at the University It was decided that the annual I guests '
i Lake
bride's three-tiered fin- She will be on the faculty of on Monday, Sept. 2, for T
after the wed- Teaching Hospital, Halloween Carnival would1, -1 members of the wedding par- : son a
gertip veil of bridal illusion I Ribault Senior High School o their Scot, on his first EWELL
was attached to a crystal andpearl ding the bride's parents entertained "l i l in Jacksonville. Mr. Hodge!l where she is an operating be held Thursday, Oct. 31, from *ty, the immediate families, anniversary. a I

at a reception in' room technician. m. until dark. A hamburger j and out-of-town guests. U
tiara, featuring star- has a B. A. degree from Stetson 12 p. An attractive red and pink
shaped brilliants on each the Gieen Room of the Holi.day -' University of Delani,* Pre-weddmg festivities for ,supper will be served. Anyone: i ii color motif was carried out Lawson U

crown point She carried a Inn in Gainesville wherethe where he was president of the couple included a rehearsal i having suggestions concerning j(Open House Given in the party decorations. _

cascade arrangement of whitebridal o same floral theme set at the Student Body, a member,, supper given Thursday night; '!the carnival may contact Mrs. :fj For E. L NormansMr. Swimming and refreshmentswere
the church followed with
roses and lilies of thevalley was of Pi Kappa Phi social fraternity -j of last week by the brideI ,J. T. Prevatt, carnival chair- enjoyed by the ten guests .

interspersed with English white and gladioli chrysanthemums 1-;i i1 a member of O. D. I j groom's mother at her home 'ilman. tffiJK, and Mrs. E. L. Norman during the party hours. Offers You 11 Years' Experience )

ivy. With her bouquetshe ivy predominating. : K. and selected for Who's j, in Gainesville. I IWCTU J. C. Hobbs, Southside principal ;
/1 I Two flower were honored at on open In The
pedestal City
arrangements Government
carried a white handker- I i! introduced the new teach- Farewell
Who in ,American Colleges i Party
house Sunday afternoon in \ c 1Z
flanked the fireplace.On J
chief of Brussels lace. Her To and of the Of Starke.
ers explained
: and Universities. He received BeginMembership I ;
each end of the mantle- t their pew home on Bayless For Ann | -
only Jewelry was a platinum piece were candelabra with 1 : his L.KB. degree from them -, Drive 'new construction at the school. i Highway. Hostesses were Mrs. Mary Dally Favors And Will Strive For
miniature wedding | [ The four new and .
pendanta 'University of Florida Collega rooms library i
white burning tapers and I Lamar Reddish Miss Shirley Misses Gayle and Dianne' Better Working Conditions For
bellgh'en her by should be in Christmas, A
of Law in April where hej 1 use by
of and Members of local WCTUi 1 Norman, Mrs. Vernie Thorn- '
j arrangement pink the Edwards entertained at a fare- All
bridegroom.Miss i a member of Phi Delta | I he said. I I City,Employees. \
was ton. and Mrs. Vernon Red- '
Batessister ; white gladioli and fringedwith i held a luncheon meeting well party last Thursday eve- .
Barbara Judith : national legal fratern- | : Mr. Hobbs asked *. *
that Endorses
attendedher mums and fern. A circular -' Phi Thursday, Aug. 29, at the again dish. i ning for Miss Mary Ann Dally T h e Continued
I of maid the of honor. Bridesmaids ;. table in front of the fir3- ity. Presently he is associated home of :Mrs. J. T. Quigley'r this year, all parents cooperate i The Norman home was who left Friday for the .Tii Growth And Expansion Of Our.
as law firm of Jones :
with the min making the street in front i
Barbara M. place held the four-tiered i with several honorary lovely for the occasion with I Kansas State College. Manhattan .
were Mrs. in Jacksonville. school tot I .Municipal Facilities And Utili':
Forester the
j : Mrs. cake embossed in all whiteroses ,, & bers present. I j of one way, east I Kans.

Crowder,Howard.Jacksonville Gainesville; topped by a cluster of, After Labor Day, the 1';': An interesting review of the ''west, from 2:30: to 3 p. m. This I; artistic arrangements of artificial !-I j I The 25 young folk invited ties To Meet The Needs Bu{

Nancy o couple will be at home at 480 is very important to the safety; flowers I '
Linda K. Heckman, Atlanta satin and tulle bells centeredon I scope and value of the WCTUprogram I to attend the affair enjoyed With CONSERVATIVE II

Mrs. Ga.; Mrs. Melissa 3.j a round mirrored base.The 'i Tabor Drive, South Jackson-'! was given during the jof:j't I the children, he said. j Approximately 75 fI1endscalled i I dancing and refreshments SPENDING And UTMOST! :

Griggs, Cocoa: and Mrs. J. bride's bouquet on the I ville. : devotional and business session Parents are also asked not between, the appointedhours during the evening at the Edwards -

f Charles Sawyer of Starke. table added interest to the ap- j I'I; from one till two o'clock. I to come to school for confer- three to five o'clock. I: home on W. Madison ECONOMY. J
I pointments. j : September has been, designated I ences with teachers during Street.
floor- -
The attendants wore { '
Eliminate Turmoil in the
Punch was served from two'i1 't as membership drive'j school hours as this takes up EWELL LAWSON
of misty aquvsilk : GuildThe
length gowns A Vote for Wesleyan
City Clerk's Office. 'valuable .
taffeta fashioned i tables laid with floor length i month and each member has teaching time. Recent Birth .
organza over i Carolyn Redgrave Is A Vote I *. ..
with portrait necklines white cloths with large silver I|j been furnished a pledge card The room count was won by Wesleyan Service Guild Experienced Lasting I
I For Cooperation by the Clerk
!II' and elbow-length sleeves. punch bowls on silver trays? With all City Government 11,i to secure a new member. ,iMrs. Jusick's first grade. will meet Tuesday Sept 10>, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. High. E *. Energetic L I

Their full draped skirtsCarolyn I encircled with a garland of I Departments. i Since the State Conventionwill I I at 7:30 pjn. in the MethodistFellowship o Jacksonville, announce the Loyal

__I,, smilax. Silver compotes held j I be held in Bradenton, Oct. Han with Mrs. !! birth of a daughter on Sept. Economical *. "
i I decorated mints and nuts and Ii j J i 'I 25-28. the next local meeting l\\ Efficiency, Kindness and' Harry Mooty as hostess. i iCaI'olf11 1 in St. Vincent's Hospital .

Rdfrav Is Well [ the bridesmaids' bouquets were Esterbrook Cartridge and will be held Wednesday Sept. : Cooperation Will Be Maintained -' iI iI I II Maternal grandparents are REMEMBER 'E. 1.." WHEN YOy GO TO TIIf

Qualified To Be City Clerk.Your : on the punch tables. The :,' fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 j 18. at 3 o'clock in the Tabernacle -o By Carolyn Redgrave I I POLLS ON .
and Mrs. J. M. Edwards SEPTEMBER 10. THANK YOU! .
Vote and Support WillBe I bride's book table held a cas- I 53-95 at The TELEGRAPH. annex. i When You Elect Her City
I j I I Redgrave Will.Be Aj! of Jacksonville. Pd. Pol. Adv.
I Greatly Appreciated. I cade arrangement of pink 10S-, j I Clerk. -- --
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.Coach Hurse Says: I, Bill Nelson/

Grid< ers Rounding Into Shape J i r,t t'NamedMgr.Sf- ,rRe.:.r'J 'Lanes:r..iu S WORTH'S FINAL SUMMER

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"The boys are slowly round this year that he has been and Leon Thomas, and Joe his -head in a buz J ?
ing into shape" Coach David concentrating on the Torna- Gardner, a senior, are fight- thought he had / :E' t Bill Nelson, well known
purse said of his Tornadoes does' style of play so that ing it out for the top guard ;, said. "He's a real : t bowler in Starke Gainesville

Wednesday after football every player will know his spots and Donald ,Carter and :, football player, and. : and Ocala ,leagues, is the new ... .. ., ,* "..... .....'.,-'-'-i",,..
of Starke Lanes, ; "T' : -
practice, adding, "By Friday assignment when the first Tommy Thomas, both juniors, for great things 4 manager !
I should be able to tell a lot game rolls around... Another and Mike Maruca, a senior, the coach,said. ," Succeeding Army Armstrong, Everything, Must .Go To Make Room ,For
I. who resigned to enter.business -t
night is scheduledfor for the tackle Hurse still names d *-j ti > > r -H *}\ $ ;
scrimmage battling
;))pore about who will play" are
against Macclenny Sept. 20. this Friday at 7 p.m. to spots. All six boys are slatedto rience and lack.of in Jacksonville. New FaShipments// !

The head mentor said the again sound out the team. play a lot of ball, however. the team's two main The new manager announced J ; '.i: ; I '
'team is almost back to full "We're young and inexpe- Heavier than last year, the : the coming season. ;4 : : that the Ladies Bowling UP Aft

strength for the first time. rienced and bound to make Tornado forewall will average''' was hurt; last week ? League will start Sept.Men'sLeague. 9 at Guaranteed '.S wly'Yos

since practice sessions began some mistakes in early games I around 178 pounds, Hurse i ry Gladieux,. from,' ( 7:30: p.m., and 10 the the sam r : to
," Hurse said "I just hopewe : said. very promising on Sept. at *
.three weeks ago. Hurse also t i who have not
make less than the other The coach also said that fensive tackle. and, time. Persons
;:sad! his squad "hit real well" i -w ,do so at Values To $6.99"Summer.D
team." Jimmy Dowling ,and ,Joe end, quit the team I signed up yet, may ENTIRE STOCK OF
in their first scrimmage under "We tell our boys that the ,. Brown did good jobs at their Gladieux probably w > 1, that timehe said.
:the. lights last Friday night. | team! that, makes less mistakes end positions Friday night. j seen considerable Beginning bowlers are invit- P ,$ PO

'They made mistakes in 1 usually wins the game," Butch Redding, a sophomore -1 though, only; a ed to cpme to Starke Lanes ISS8S .
technique but very few on he added I center, looked real goodon highly touted was '.-. any morning for free instruction '
I ... ,:.; Nelson announced. ,:4 t '\" : ,} Values To $10.99
blocking assignments, the The Tornado mentor said offense and "would stick coaches. t ; ( '; S \
Hi\ young coach said. Hurse said the outstanding defensive performance Choose From :Many, :Many Lovely '
],I last Friday was i Boating Course r St "les. Cottons, Arnels, Dacron, NO'11 $$4QO

|i turned in by middle guard : I, IKONS. ,j Polyester' Blends. ', J 1. :
.Clerk, So that the Clerk's Du- ; Mike Maruca, a senior who Is OfferedJacksonville I I : THE' RIGHT POINT for the,, ;
'ties Will Be Carrried Out Efficiently has been switched to that po- II i I ami TO vay yon write. c.me.1n, aid JUNIORS MISSES Values To $16.99

i' sition from tackle after three I'n elect your, Urerite ESTDROOK HALF SIZES :

..,..... seasons. "We expect greai: i 4 I [ Fountain Peru TELE NOW $ rop
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I things from Mike this year,. i r'r II GRAPH.tflJ\ : Hurry For Best Selections!
A 12-week course of iI I < ; i
he's one of our most
aggressive < -
in boating is being held ,
DRIVE THE I ballplayers," the coach, .each Tuesday night at 7:45: p. Ladies Values To $1.50
commented. '
m. in the Independent Life Efficiency, Kindness and
i Hurse also praised fullback: .building in Jacksonville and is I Cooperation Will ., eJain.- JAMAICA SHORTS & BLOUSES .OW lfi8c

Tom Gardner for an "out-. open to all boat owners or I : tamed, Dy Carolyn Redgrave '
I standing job of blocking and:., prospective boat owners. There Ij When You, Elect Her City r.. r-Mr ... rWr i
I carrying the ball" last Friday., j
I is a small fee for Clerk.
I] He said halfbacks Larry Crawford -: i I 7 Entire Stock Of Better Quality
The is known as the I
j a junior, and Leonard : !
; Jacksonville Power Squadron HBy
I Dugger, a senior, "both dida piloting course, and emphasis i : is seen i i ii + a !
I I good job of'carrying theball LADIES SPORTS WEAR
HOMER i Harding, > -
.is placed on. safe small boat .
I and both have improved. who re 30-Gal. Dearborn 1 i if
: over last season" (handling, especially navigation
1 Both Phil Elder, a Junior, 'land charts, aids to navigation, I' Everyone had a !, man and HOT WATER Shorts Coordinate Sets't t 2 111 1
rules of the road seamanship
and Donald Falcon, at the Labor i
a sophomore I Day Co. i i 4 i *
: quarterbacks of the respective -. I land safety afloat.j ament.In ,'Douglas-I Blouses Culottes Skirts 0 J

a THE clubs, did commend- j j The object of the U. S. Power a field of 58, I :. ago, ,I HEATER
able jobs their first. time un- Squadrons, made up of nearly very close scores, : in 1929. ,
der fire last Friday night,. 300 units, is to establish a I; from 30 to 34 for 'j :American croup: Of S NOW $154

A Hurse said. "It's a good battleto ,high standard of skill in the I Dr. H. H. Adams :' in

see who will play and wa. !handling and navigation of Shannon's teams to Slockl'p Now For School) Wear Values. TOt
small boats through these courses. 'I ,_ GIRLS DRESSES < {.99
hope we'll be able to use bothof under par 30. three _
them a lot" he added.A i From ,there, the individ- resented his team, ,. here Sizes 3 To 6x-Sizes 7 I To 14 To $454
TD pass from Phil Elderto 'ual can go on to a seamanship i t McRae represented 1,5S4' ssn.!) .; .

soph Dwight Elder was the course, advanced pilot cou se,1 team in a play-off on took the s

YEAR only score in the scrimmagelast junior navigator course, sail I ting green. McRae daily' GIRLS SPORTS %WEAR U
number of other PRICE
week as the Elder's beat course or a {I Shannon to take : s ton,
the Falcon's 60. educational benefits offered by honors. 't :: Putnam" Good Quality-Shorts-Blouses /i
j I j Two juniors, Jeff WarrenI the squadron. I I The first three Starke. I

jI I I .. team consisted of: :; it i liens Short Sleeve Values
I I i Dr. Adams, J. B. ,1 cover- : NOW% $114
It 1 John Adams, Bob Kings- : ;yMt4 To
q ''F COr I 1I 1I I! place Col. Griffin, ;: And Up

FLORIDATHEATRE 1; non, Tom Slade, that he ay eix'. Good Quality-Some Slightly Soiled $3.99
ing. 3rd place, :
t tI miles Mens Dacron Blend

,I yer.ley, Jewett Randal Fogg.Chitty the the fact 26 As. DRESS PANTS Values

I i i ving has To NOW% $$399 to $fi99

I I accident. WASH 'N WEAR $10.99
G -- I
Bantam at 319' MOST SIZES '
o ARAt 'J Office.'f: have two' k 'rI n
Report with the Boy's
OPENING TIME at Oden-; 4r .
; :MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY of All 10 boys and 12 between who Hard- : WESTERN JEANS SPECIAL 1184

6:00 P. 31. Western i!
ning to play Bantam
II I I Ii 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00: .I are asked to ,''
I the route'
li\\ 1 Little Boys has been ;; COMPLETELYAUTOMATIC Best Quality Wash 'X Wear Boy's Sizes NOW J54

FRI., SAT. SEPTEMBER 6, 7 i Monday The weight Sept.limit 9, at ,1 years on. Short Sleeve Sport Shirts 618SHOES ,

i DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM I minimum of 65 :, ;! fit 10 YEAR WARRANTY .
maximum of 110 j FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY ---- AT
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I II NO. 1 11'0.2 out pads. ,1
I I There will be a : $55.00Compare
I 1 tI t *'w',":* *:'*,.'." -' I all prospective TERRIFIC SAVINGS UP TO 68%

Monday, Sept. 9, at '1: '!
.J i I Anywhere-
THE REDPHONb I llfoiig! !I at the recreation j! will be-i;I QUANTITIES Sorry No
one interested in : with a'; SLADE GASOF
HIS MISTRESS.. i. 4i i I' assisting in the : Sept !' ARE LIMITED FLORIDA W3 'S
I HER RIYAl.. o < I. ball program is : in the; STARKE SO HURRY! These Specialsw |:
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I 0 .''k':r." tend this meeting.Quarterback. All per-!, -,, '
W" :-.t7 I II the! -w
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COlliMB; Pffi S to attend
-. I presentS "'' I II To Meet i iI I; Brings You ThisSpectacular

HURLING ; I! i, Purchase
MM TO R y The Bradford : Special Factory Value
'- THE OF SOACEFRCKiNQ EDQE. v terback Club will A ,
first meeting of i i
iT\ ; ,I- HER LOVE O tonight [Thursday] : .: faced
I \ ; TIM El m. in the High Starke
'k M _, I eteria or the gym. night Big King-Size! 100% NYLON! FRIEZE{ COVERS!

I RocIi I whose sons are I I .
: A ; in tend any The sport are ,charged three B a4'+ii oAJ$ 3f

'- '- HUDSON r must reorganize for : : '
coming year. i by dis:
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club president.
roM A GATi'iRNa LL ti r two light each];I

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Week Is Free
Value, performance, and sav C'firsm. of Jire-:
:ings-put them all together !Of Woods conceal-!
t' ..COLOR each for
they spell tho Ford Sale-Of- t I im- Lkl'sI. f a-
The-Year!It's I A week free i threaten-
chanceto ,
big I
I B I EE'iNE R Ru fires was reported i I SPECIAL FACTORY PURCHASE! ,
cash in on a Falcon Fair- S Mvaaysd4MPCU the Florida Forest j '
i I Ii We Finance 5 Piece[ SECTIONAL
:ITPi.EOI Bradford County
lane, or Super-Torque Ford- i I 1k
I hrteOiC L"eEiMSlLSR. ypI 1 there have been Our Own $ Reversible Foam CushionsAccounts y

Total Performance cars of I with 515.8 acres I j 6 Adaptable to Any Size Room .

:'proved durability. Save big II I SUN.,,MON., TUES. N ..8,9,10 ing the same period ) beautiful styling and design! with '
there were 161 fires I plenty .f stating .pout holly snror4 '
right now at your neighbor- acres burned. r \ No Fuss- UoVinf and adaptable! to any 1 ,.q 1j
hood Ford dealer'sI Rainfall reported .j I room ,ilt! SW 001. from conitrvtion. *- +tr ,- ; lI
I 4 inch foam cvtKUnt. BUY NOW
SANDRA / PETER week ending j No Bother r '
I DEEFONDABOSS t follows: New River, I i I and SAVE! I ? 't ..1
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I OFFICIALClEARArtE ia Highland, 4.3 ; j No Tape s.ss

a HOTTER pact _ Fe, 24 inches. y

S I TAMMYandthe r,W, Beige, tlai', Sown crd i
OPEN AX $1 El U ,

DOCTOR First Baptist ACCOUNTTODAY. lkr;)
TI4, -m ,
t' .usnw.COtOR ,
FORD : W. A. Hogan, r.IStis
'I'" A UNIVERSAL"":TUREI $20 DOWN $275 eWE;:: r
Sermons for .-
1 1 I WED., THURS, SEPT. 11, 12 Morning, "What ;39 YEARS[ OI1 DEI'ENDAHLE; [ SERVICE-EST. 1901'
: Persons: Ought Ye I
,I Peter 3:11. \
0 I Chron. 7:14.
I Schedule of I Gibbs Furniture

es:. WorshIp 11 a.
AND In. Sunday School. Power

TERILLEGARMOTORS j I Training Union, : ,i I
$$8 ,: day, 7:30: pjn. I DEALER FOR BADCOCK FURNITURE

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.. i >? ''CIO +IdDrl lay'1kJ Nvro a t'b Fheg ;0+1 A Vote For Blvd. 128 S. Walnut St.-Old Park Theatre Buildingt .
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Starke, Fla. 3T-
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I feet certain old rules governing I Ii Russia; CouldSurpass winter months. !'i : !
Indian :
Beach policy on holidays, etc. The; reg- m 4b i Sand pine seedlings -muchin Starke's Drive-In Market i'
Only Complete
ulations provide for six paidholidays ,; Us demand in some sections of

Road Slated I ITo annually, two weeks Or y I I north .,central, south central
> } And !
vacation with pay after one and west Florida will be GroceryWe
Be Widened \ and five -' Conner Says available this year. Planting I
year's employment i { is I Have A Line Of Groceries..Western And
I days annual sick leave. To ob- ,; xa:Ty.* E., Ii i of slash pine however, exceeds Complete !

The County Commission I i i tain sick leave a doctor's certificate -I I: "Russia could pass; us in; that of all other varieties Native Meats-Ice Cold BeerMilkIce Cold Soft Drinks !

meeting here Tuesday agreed i must be presented to''! say, a agricultural production unless I II combined.

to widen and grade a dirt road I the foreman, who will later I:I I I Americans change their com The sand pine thrives on'less OPEN 7 TO 11 7 DAYS A WEEK I
moisture than slash and it
giving access to the north end file it with the Commission. I placent attitude towards agriculture -
of Indian Beach on Lake Santa "1 Clerk Charles Darby was instructed ." This was the view!II should be planted in deep

Fe through the property of i\!; to draw up a complete f fF j expressed by Commisisoner of sandy soils. Unlike the slash DOUGLAS
Johnny Shaughnessy. The nary |I new set of rules governing: pOli- wk I! Agriculture ,Doyle Conner last-'-pine, the sand pine does not MINtY MARKET !
row road is part of a school j iCY on vacations sick leave, and I II I weekend on his first visit stol I!I!! yield turpentine commercially. -

bus route, and presents difficulty -I holidays, and present it to the Al K. Carlisle later as a bombardier with: Starke since his return from Sand pine and slash pine I
for two cars to pass in its I board for approval at a later : the 8tfi Admy Air: Force in! an agricultural tour of Europe.|!|I l are usually planted for commercial 516 E. BROWNLEE ST. PHONE 9694101SEE I

present condition.The I I,meeting. |I"Army Officer: England. While overseas, he|, "Russia will soon have the pulpwood harvesting.
county will cut down i I Upon request of Norman .Promoted To Major was. awarded the" Distinguished -(,largest; farms in the world;": The sand pine is also prized

some large oak trees, borderingthe i i Willis of the Community State I'I'I Flying Cross and the Air i I[Conner added. "With the T, as "knotty -pine" saw timber., WHAT 29c WILL BUY -
it I Bank, the .board agreed to a \ especially for use in paneling.
road and grade up. Al K. Carlisle, an Army officer Medal with three oak leaf necessary incentive the Rus-i
1 The Florida
Forest Service
Shaughnessy agreed to let the more equitable distribution of' with more than 141 I clusters. He left the service]\t sian people are capable of SMOKED SAUSAGE
county pile the trees on his ,the county's various funds between :; making Soviet agriculture extremely farm foresters serving their
in 1945, returning in 1953.
I years of active military service ;.
his fence I: the two local banks. This I areas will on request, assist OR LB.
property providing and a native of Starbe !I During the period 1953.57'i effective. i WElpS
would be rebuilt where it had |will go into effect at the start ., The landowners in deciding at a
I has been promoted 'to the'i,i served with the U. S. Commissioner explained -- -- -- -
particular site which of
to be taken down to make room Of the new budget year, Oct. 1. :'' type C
( I Army Security Agency in that the Russian farmer is Fresh Sliced
rank of Major. In above photo -
the tree may best be planted forI
for the work. It was announced that \ Carlisle [right] is being I Hawaii, where he was com-| allowed to maintain. two and a I commercial return. .
\ Road Foreman R. E. Jones 'next regular Commission meet- I missioned 1! half acres for his personal BEEF LIVER\ LB. PV
pinned with his new insigniaof a captain jumping I Seedlings sold at .
into ef- ;, will be held Oct. 8 instead are propf
was instructed to put :ing several 1 rank by Col. Stacy W. from sergeant first class. In!t use. Itorty-five; per cent ofRussia's I f: duction' cost f.ob., FlorIdaForest
of Oct. 1 since mem- --- -- -- --
of i i 1957 he transferred to the total agricultural products Delf's
'|bers of the board plan to at- Gooch commanding officer Service nursery.I Grade "A"
Sandia Base New Mexico. 125th Signal Bn. in Hawaii are now produced on I Species available this
, Carolyn Redgrave Is Well I'tend' the state convention in : Carlisle is thereas for two years, and returned! these farms. "If the S vie:( year FRYERS LB
Miami, Sept. 29 through Oct. Maj.j serving I' include pine north Florida,
Qualified To Be City Clerk : I farmers should obtain the
assistant to the Base Sig- to Chicago where he served I slash south Florida slash
Your Vote and Support WillDe I 2. nal Officer, a post he has as Post Signal Officer at, same incentive in the production -I sand, loblolly, and longleaf at I Frosty Morning Smoked -

Greatly Appreciated. I held since October, 1962. I Headquarteds 5th Army. He of products on collective e,1! $4 per thousand; juniper, red -

,.-.. em ''Chicken Supper The son of Mrs. Ruth Carlisle left in 1960 for a two-year, farms, they could possibly cedar, Arizona cypress, bald' PICNICS LB
i tour Korea executive of-!1 catch up with us in 10 or 15!'
Starke Carlisle in as .
Tests of Maj. 'I j cypress; catalpa eucalyptus?, -
f I -- -----
Ladies interested in the I graduated from The Bolles ficer of the 13th Signal Bn.,: years, Conner said. iI I cottonwood, tupelo gum, and : RIB AND BRISKET
4, Aids- New River Church building.at I School in Jacksonville in 1938, and his next assignment was : In view of these facts andi ;: Australian pine at various ':
% at Sandia. i the high rate of starvation ini 1.' rates according to : STEWLB
McKinney Cemetery are donating and since then has studiedfor species.
I I the world toddy, the Commissioner : .
BatteriesAccessories I a chicken dinner to ; his BS degree in Businessi I Maj. Carlisle is married to i ,! Seedling application forms
I will i i Administration at the universities the former Katherine Wombleof i inferred that the American -';i may be obtained from any '
: raise money. The diner i I ,
& : attitude toward -' SiR NES-3--F
r1 i I of Florida Hawaii and I Jacksonville, and the; public's 'farm forester, county ranger R
1! be served at $1 per plate from i I Maryland. i i have three children: Keith, -agricultural. abundance e!!, Florida Forest Service office

4, Repair Services i!i 7 to 9 pm. Friday, Sept. 13'1 I He entered the Army in 15, and Janice, 9, Both at is wrong. He pointed out thaI t;j I' county agricultural agent, soil '
Gainesville Hearing Aid Co. : o Road: 100 near River at the 1940. In World War II he : home; and James, 20, who is! some 7,000 to 9,000 people:conservation service technician Carton Of 6 c

CS2 X. W. 13th St. : trailer park at Moody's Service -] served as 1st Sergeant with serving with the Navy at.,, actually die of malnutrition- n 1,;, or- Agricultural Stabilization :I COCA-COLAS Plus Deposit i 2 9
day around the world.
every and Conservation Service, l
LOCATED IN THE : Station. The public is cor- i the 124th Inf. Regiment, and Mayport near Jacksonville ,
Conner. recently returnedfrom !i office
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DEIIDA MUSIC BUILDING dully Invited.-wona Dukes, 622nd Ordnance 1 a tour behind the Iron i i
j B. F. Willis 75 i iServices
secretary. Curtain, and other European 'I' HOPE
Gets Award : i countries, with 50 of Florida'sagricultural :," A Vote for Carolyn Red- 10-LB.

J I I i For Efficiency I I Ii \ Set, .i i leaders. i i i For grave Good for City City Clerk Government.is a Votei : POTATOES BAG 39cGMi

x i i!For FridayBenjamin Elect Carolyn Redgrave
r The. 622 Ordnance Co. IGS1 j i Pine SeedlingOrders I
To The Citizens { : of Starke has been presented!i I i
F ShouldBe
the Award for Efficiency Ins! Franklin Willi9 ,! -- i BEACON TALL CANS
Maintenance: for fiscal year, Jr., 75, died Wednesday afternoon Placed'Now I I I
Of Starke I i 1963 by Maj. Gen. Henry W. ,I at the home of his
i I
a }' Norman H. Willis, in : BLEACH QT. - 10c
McMillan The A d J utant son Landowners needing seed I WILLIAMSJEWELRY' 3 FOR 39c
; Starke.
i General of Florida. lings from Florida Forest Ser-
The award is made annually I II Mr. Willis was born in : vice nurseries should place
May I take this
opportunityto I to the unit having the highest j i ii Williston on April 22, 1888. !; their orders now
My, I appreciate your 1 1 1I i I grade in maintenance equipment ;, He was a retired farmer and j!I Stock may not be availableto We Have Plenty of our Sugar Cured and II I
firm attitude in aery ; in the Florida National i I' a member of the Chiefland fill delayed orders as was I

II I I strong vote of confidenceyou ,4 x Guard. i I' Baptist Church. i'J the case last year when some l WATCHKSDIAMOND9AH Hickory Smoked Sausages, Hams and Bacon '
n I
have given me: thesepast ..; { ,r'x "We are proud of this a- ,,;, Surviving are two daur hI i iI pine species were completedsold Work Guaranteed -
'' ; ward, and it emphasizes the I I I terse Mrs. Voncille Cribbs of: out early in the season. i
f two terms, I have MTV-! stress placed on the mainjen-. :: Branford, and Mrs. Isabella; Advance orders get priorit r A. C. Williams PLENTY OF u. s. CHOICE! BEEF
nas your City Clerk. i r Y. : ance and care of equipment' Silvers of Jacksonville; two I| attention at the nursery when .
I hate strived hard to represent : Capt. Drew Reddish, company :: sons, Norman H. Willis I j lifting of the seedling crop fO 142 W. CaD St.

j all the people in an -' i commander said. "Our equipment -:,: Starke. and Herbert E. Willis,) shipment begins, according ti i CUT TO ORDER

,, lionet and impartial administration d,., :: is expensive, and it is ':1: Jacksonville; two sisters Mrs. : R. A. Bbnninghausen. Florida I -:0 Starke. Fla. ,
most important that it receives :i Ethel Wood and Mrs. Mary i Forest Service Chief of For : = I
always putting the !
e I the proper maintenance,: Carter both of Chiefland; est Management.In I -
citl/cns first, the city it and care" j I! nine grandchildren and five i! Florida, seedling trees I' --- I

5 ours. 1 i 1 The local Guard will holda I,. great-grandchildren, ,. may be successfully' planted a

As for questions; asked: : My opponent DID NOT request 'I training assembly Monday Funeral services will be during the.latter half of November -
I vacation at this time nor did hhe comment In night, Sept. 9. held at 10 a. m. Friday in and on through th3 Slade Gas Co. Announcesue

I"4F her intentions to run against. me she, only qualified! any and way has The unit recently enlisted ,I Jones Memorial Chapel with:______vm __ __- __-___
not been hack to the office. : Pvts. Olan Polk and Michael Rev. W M. Dunagan officlat-I Eliminate Turmoil In the i
: Wells. One man Pvt. W. W.I ing. Interment will be at 2:30 I City Clerk's Office A Vote foi '
'I How many people would retain an employee who
publicly Thornton, was transferred to t pjn. Friday in the Chiefland i I Carolyn Redgrave Is A
7 announced that he (or she) was seeking the employers I due to : r'E
t a unit in Tampa Cemetery. For Cooperation by the Clerk
job. : change of residence. ,I Arrangements are i in charge I With all City Government +
3 employees ran not carry on the duties of this office.I 1 Personnel interested in the i jof DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Departments.'

therefore had an opportunity to re-employ one who has i Guard program are invited to+;_Home. I 1

i had experience In the office, we now have an experienced I visit the armory during the Finest Selection of Gas Heaters
i force to better serve .}'UtL i day or during training as- SAMPLE BALLOT :
I offer full semblies.
to all
cooperation city officials: city employees I
and the citizens of Starke to make our city one I SP5 William R. McLendon GENERAL ELECTION
to be proud of. i left this week to attend a

I'' I have had many years In business for myself' and four I machinist course at the Ordnance Starke, Bradford County, Florida IN THE ENTIRE AREA
Aberdeen Prov-
i School
years in city government. I have attended three coursesIn
ing Grounds Maryland.The SEPTEMBER 10, 1963 I .. ..
city government at the University of Fla, graduating: I -
unit now has 15 men on f
with certificate.The six months active duty train- To vote for a person whose name is printed on the as

office I'm hocking re-election to needs an experienced ing. ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHTof ; -.

I business man to better serve you, this being the only full I the name of the person for whom you desire to nM y- ,_6 __ d i. }

time job the city ha' in administration. vote. _
I therefore appeal to you to come to the polls Septem- i 9
her 10th. Vote for and re-elect a man that has proven arepresentative 7Di FOR tITY CLERK
of the people.YOUR. 95 For Two Years Vote For Oni M et isjrif tI
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I' FRIEND, I ( ;


I I I' I
Pol. Adv. I CAROLYN REDGRAVE t t t t {a t # ;

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i For Two Years Vote For One H I F : y


Be Prepared Shop Where The I t j I


Latest Equipment Is In Stock I MAYOR i I

I For Two Years Vote For On .
RANDALL F. CHITrY [ iriilaii Introductory OFFER !

Bank Financing Guns 20% DOWN
II on --- :
.- ,, 1(19U' 0,000 BTU COOL CABINET Yt'7":"

SHOT GUNS HUNTING CAPS i ._ ,- ....,._ .

I '* KITS SNAKE BITE KITS I (Group No. 2)) [ WALL H EAT"U : : ::




INSULATED SOCKS SAFE KERO HEATERS & ".,-0''-'r .' .I. f." ." '
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I For Two Years (Group No. 4)) Vote For One "The Home of Quality"
Inc.L J Slade Ii a5

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( i IRS_ RUBY JOH -11 -Serving the Finest Folks Around-

: PHONE 964-4201 STARKE, YEA.J 11 .. ,. J
I 332 MADISON ST. PHONE 961-3551
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, i PAGE SIX. ',!M .rttl? flIBIL.B-W1--N iHm iW.tIW-! 'mP1s\lAi. _SEET. 5, 1963
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r' \ I add to the cost since it would desirable and prevents some I r and weiner roast party at'Mr.. OFNotice EXECUTRIX tiff and immediately thereafterfile I CHARLES A. DARBY '. The Citizens of Starke deserve -
Airport Offered Bryan .76: is hereby given that I Clerk of Circuit Court
necessitate tearing down at persons from hearing all thatis their farm home near Hamp i iI I have filed my petition for distribution Upon the failure original to in comply my office.wIth By: Janet X- Carter Kindness and Consider

To least one rental house. said: at the meeting table.I[ ton. Thirty-five were present Services Held' and for final dischargeas either of the aboxe. a decree pra ; Barton. Adkins &: Burwell ation' Carolyn Redgrave
\ School Board \ In other action the board Council took the suggestion for the occasion. I II Ii executrix of the estate of confesso will be entered againstyou I By J. C. Adkina Jr. Pledges Kindness and Consideration -
I Melvin Prescott. deceased. and
to law. Attorney for Plaintiff
i '
Baker :
decided to continue the polic1'of :: under advisement. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. that on September 30, 1963 I 212 S. E. 1st Street By The 'Clerk's Officeto

[Continued from 'age 1] serving powdered milk and Council also, at the sugges-! an! children stopped here, Andrew Jackson Bryan, 76,1 i I will ,apply to the Honorable I of WITNESS our Circuit my Court hand and this seal 3rd Oaines\ille. Florida the Citizens of Starke.

: fruit juices instead of whole tion of Zoning Board Chair-I Monday last week with her of Starke died last Friday) Theron \. Yawn County Judgeof day of September, A.D 1963. 9-5 H 8-26

i Ing the property for a housing > parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. : morning in a local hospital, Bradford. .County... "n.L Florida_ n for.._ .
rather milk in the county's lunch- man John Torode, agreed to an oruer 01 aisiriouiion anu mr -
development, but h had 1 Parker, enroute home to, Orlando :- ':. after an :extended illness. ; final discharge as executrix of
i rooms until a more favorable ; rezone a portion of the Colley t
the School Board and the 1 Texas I I He\\\"as born the will of Melvin L. Prescott,
from El Paso, in Baker Coun- :
and bid could be received from a > Road in east Starke from a deceased.
City obtain it for school supplier. Many other countiesin I Residential 1 to a Residential :|I where Mr. Baker has recently ]I I I ty on Feb. 21, 1887 and 'was a September 3. 163.MAIYCILLE I AUCTION SALE

I recreation purposes. i I Ii the state are doing like I 2 area to enable H. K. Trus j i ''been employed. '''1 retired farmer and a member!i, BENNETT

i Conway proposed to exclude : Visitors Monday at the of the Baptist Church. Executrix
to construct
a new
from the property a strip. a- wise.All I home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Survivors are three dau.gliters -; at Law
home there.
rest Tyus
I long Orange Street on whicn(: suppliers this year sub- room that the| Dennison and family were Mr. Mrs. Gladys: ,Klein of ;: P.O. Drawer 1030 Michigan Ranch situated about 2'/2 miles Southeast of Starke, Florida, on

are located the Airpark Bap- : mitted bids of 90 cents a gallon I and Torode reported : and Mrs. Ben Dennison and I I Jacksonville; Mrs. Irene Beck, 'Starke' Florida the East side of State Road 100 is being offered at public sale Monday
and 7.2 cents for half 1 Elks Club, adjacent to ths i 9-5 4t 9-26_ _
tist Church and several: residences -! present rest home on Madison 'I family' of Orlando and Mr. Great Lakes, HI.; and Mrs September 9th., 1963 12:00: o'clock noon, at the South Front Door of the
compared with 72
He said, however, tha pints as and Mrs. Roy Dennison of Elizabeth Gomes, Lawtey; foursons : ix THE CIRCUIT COURT oi Court House in Starke Bradford County Florida.
cents a gallon and about 5.1'on Street, had been condemned: FLORIDA. EIGHTH Jt'lH- County ,
he would be willing to include II Gainesville.Mrs. ; Lloyd and Rudolph : '
the State Board of Health.HAMPTON .
ample access roads from Orange half pints last year. Mari i;I by Lester McCullough';, Bryan, both of Starke; RaYmond i BRADFORD COUATV. I-> Included in the sale are the following: 10 Frame cabins, 1 frame dwelling

I Street into the property. :;;1 I gan in cost said of this milk sharp could increase not be'i! .....................,I was hostess for a Stanley par- of Jacksonville; and 'A. .: CIIACERY.Alice O. Patterson. |II of two apartments, 1 masonry restaurant building, all completely! fur-

t lIe also said that he would ty at their home in Hamptonon J. Bryan Jr. of Palmetto one,I Plaintiff, Divorce '! nished with electricity, hot and cold water and heat. Also all odds and

be willing to let the board the absorbed policy, and of "no recommended milk" for : Monday evening last week.! sister, Mr Effie Peterson of I! ,-vs- Xo. 13-28:! ,'I I ends too numerous to mention owned by and pertaining to the said Michigan -
11 11I
have the Orange Street front- ; Mr. and Mrs. Steve JarreU Jacksonville; 30 grandchildren Harold J. Patterson,

age north of the church and : the time being. The Stats I of Jacksonville spent the Labor : and nine great-grand- .! Defendant. Ranch.
OTICE OP sti'rTO 1
his home, but that this would Milk Commission will meet in 1 Hy Mrs. D. E. 11111 : Day weekend here with ; children. !I : Harold .1. Patterson Thom- I The land consists of approximately 10 acres with about 660 feet on State
I Orlando on Sept. 10 in an ef- i : asville, Georgia '
;, fort to resolve the controversy ..A..A ..... their families.Mrs. I: Funeral services were held f I You, are hereby notified that I II Road: 100 and with a fish pond on the East side.
at 2 in the Jon
D. E. Hill is in De- p.m. Sunday there has been filed by Alicei I
Cooperation By All City Officials over milk prices. Mrs. Alma Dyal entered land this week, attending a es Memorial Chapel with Rev.I O. Patterson in the Circuit I The terms will be announced at the time of sale and will be subject to approval '

1 is a Must In City Gov- Alachua General Hospital in Baptist WMU leadership con W., A. Hogari pastor of, the Court ida. her of Bradford complaint County against, Flor- I of the Court.

ernment Carolyn Redgrave flee. SiteOffered Gainesville Monday to undergo ference. First Baptist Church, officia; I, the relief therein prayed J.Olland

.Pledges: Her Full Cooperation.PRE,: ; ( surgery on her leg previously : ting. Burial was in the family for is a divorce. The property will be shown at any reasonable daylight hour by the under
Lucille Durham of Lakeland
I injured in a fall. I |plot in Dyal Cemetery derdirection' This is therefore. to command signed Administrator and will be open for inspection from 8:00 A. M., to
( CouncilContinued visited here Sunday with her you to file your written
I i Mr. and Mrs. Glen McRae I, brother and sister-in-law and of DeWitt C. .Jones defense in said cause on or be I 11 :00 A. M., on the day of the sale. !
j and children of Tampa visitei 1 Funeral Home. I fore the 8th day of Oetobtr A.
One] j family, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. D. 1963, and that you shall in all of the units but available.For .
[ from Page here Monday with Mr. and Active pallbearers? were Bill Utilities may not be connected are
I Lott. I thereafter on or before the 8th
Mrs. Leslie Jones and Mr. and I I Hutcheson, Leaton Morgan day of October. A.D. 1963: serve
several prices on contractingthe I Mrs. Glen Thomas and their !I Lamar Brown spent the Labor : Jr., George Carter, R. L.j a copy of your defenses, if any any; further particulars kindly address them to me.
$ pipe laying job" f Day weekend here with I i on Barton. Adkins & Burwell,
families. Mr. McRae is a nep- :,Thomas, Newn Burney, and '
j :212'S. E. 1st Street Gainesville
Council also instructed City I A. J. THOMAS Admr.
|'his wife. He is stationed ttj "
hew of Mrs. Jones and Mr. Albert Brown.County Florida, attorneys for the plain- ,
Clerk Merrill Edwards to ad- I Thomas. j Fort Jackson, S. C. for basic I I Estate of Fred Cole, Dee'd.
I vertise for bids on hardwood
training after into the
j 205; N. Ave.
: Temple
Frances Lott daughter of Court
timber on the city property on ,
service the middle of July. Carolyn Redgrave Will Be I
Edwards Loop. Herb Thomas,I Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Lott, enrolled ;( Handles 66.Cases A Full-Time City Clerk and P. 0. Box 368 .

local timberman, had requested in nursing school at St. ?TTyr 'TTTT y. t'CLAY Will Devote Her Full-Time to I Starke, Florida
lit at the council's previous Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville i During August the Office of City Clerk. I II Ii

meeting that he be awardedi : on Wednesday. A 1963 i HILL

i the job of cutting the hard- BHS graduate, Miss Lott re- i,
I Sixty-six oases came before
wood. ceived a Nursing scholarship )I II '
for her outstanding high By Mrs. J. L. StricklandIAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA I County Judge T. A. Yawn Jr.
Mayor Randal Chitty pro-I
in County Court during the
school work. !
posed that the council budgetfor I I
i i month of August with 24 un-
next year $290 with whichto I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Men I Airs. Kate BowensWe : lawful speeding cases' leadingthe

purchase a U-shaped tableat | and family were hosts last .
were greatly shocked list.

which council members ;: Saturday evening at a hayride Sunday evening to learn of I Second among the list of 20 Words or less, one time __- __ .95 Memorials Resolutions! __ Be per ,"Ie

would sit during their meet- I II the death of Kate Bowens of offenses were 15 cases of If not paid in advance _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 51 words 2-90

ings. The council agreed that I Jac onville. We have not: Blind __ ____ .
the present situation, with i Carolyn Redgrave Will Show i writing worthless checks and Keyed or Ads 1.00 Over 50 words 5c per wwi

several members sitting with I''No Partiality in the Clerk' I' learned the cause of death,I third were five, persons: charged Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads in Classified 1.50 pu ted-

but it seems she died rather with disturbing the, peace !
their backs to visitors, is un- Office. I .
suddenly, best I
as we learned. : bv fighting. There were also
,I. I i INSURANCE 1 HOMES Bradford County- The County
She is a sister of Buddie Wilkinson ; !
four of driving
i cases persons AT REDUCED RATES I HEIGHTS of Planned Progress stamps

Clay Hill.and She Irene leaves Padgett of! without a license three for t, AUTO' DOYLE FIRE E. CONNERINSURANCE BOAT 111'sARNri Bath-Big Lr | .$1.14... at. Telegraph.. .
Starke A numer- disturbing the peace and two -- --- - -- -
Keep Progressive City i '
iI ous other relatives in this for wilful and wanton reckless I AGENCY Area. Plenty j T. T. Blackburn- .

section. I driving. I Phone 9644501I tfchg : Cabinets j D & vtino; SUPPLY, INC.

Our deepest sympathy goes Single cases were withholding Carport-Big Lot. |i
to these relatives. and to all supoort,' resisting an .officer I Read The Classifieds! I NOTHING,DOWN VA ;

II others who have to part with ,I with violence.' petit larceny NORMAN'S. BAIT CENTER i iI IF YOUR NAME IS! $69 Month !i AUTO & TRUCK PART ,

I I I this loved one. j forgery and uttering forgery I, '469 W. Call St. i i FOUND AMONG THE! FOR FULL DETAILS i i SMALL ENGINE PARTS

FIci4 ,/"-' I We are sorry to have to |I driving while license revoked -I Phone 969-2215 ii j CALLDemetree LAWN MOWER & OUT-
I missed writing the news for improper driver's. license i! Starke, Fla. i! : BOARD MOTOR REPAIR AVAILABLE -

t 1':' awhile but this reporter has i failure: to yield the I __ 3tp. 9-12 :; AT TilE TELEGRAPH Builders A U TOMOTIVE:

: : D DoyeCiTY I I been too sick to write, or do : right-of-way, carelessly burnIng FOR. ''SALE by owner. Large OFFICE FOR A FREE! JAX, RA5-8422 MACHINE: SHOP WORK.

; anything except to stay in bed, i i the woods, voluntary intoxication two story, 12 room house. 4 TICKET TO THE FLORIDA 'Or Call Your Local Real : PHONE 964-4141 OR 964-

!. I It. and one week of this time was : no valid driver's acres, 'shade trees. See Mrs. i, THEATRES :Estate Broker 964-1841 5891. 4khf 9-5.

spent in the Bradford County license, speed too great: for EfXie"Miner. Lawtey. 3tp 9-19 i. : 964-2881 '
or HELP WANTED: 18 yr old: ,
Hospital at Starke. But at road conditions, imnroper pas- FOR RENT One furnished''- --
school local
through high res
{:-t.. COUNCILMAN : the present time I am at : sine! and failure',to have' vehicle and one' unfurnished house NEEDED AT ONCE- full or FOR RENT-3 bedroom furnished ident. Bowling experience

\. home and' doing very well, .' .; under I..... control.Correction'..1" ... .. Each $50. per mo. in advance i i 1 part-time man or woman to house. Close in. Phone' helpful. Apply Starke Lanes.
t ''' ''';'' GROUP considering who I 'lim, and HaUls V.' Knight, phone 969- serve Watkins customers in 964-2521. tfchJ It chg
.. .
I II Ii II I the condition of my health at : 1551. 2tchg 9-12 Starke. Earn $65 and up week- L. Knepper --- -- -- --
i .... i FOR SALE-3 bedroom house.
all times. i No investment. Set your;
CHECK QUALITY, SERVICE!Ily. FOR SALE-Irrigation pump. !. Price right for quick sale. 409
Experienced Capable Responsible Those visiting the Strick- I A transaction' listed in lastweek's I &.,-PRICES AT BUILDERS|i own hours. Write C. R. Ruble, Morris Carter phone 964-1511, I I Center St. Phone 964-0862
I I Dept. A-I, P. O. Box 2447.
land home Monday to checkon I issue under property HARDWARE & SUPPLY i
Heiloronn Itchg
: Memphis, Tenn. 2tp 9-12. ,.. Springs. __ UpI
the transfers, from A. D. Crosbyto I.STORE, 301 EAST CALL ST. __ -- -- -
health of the sick lady : ; I h i
FOR SALE-One Penyan boat FOR RENT-/0 acres of fenc-
UIs Carl Roberts of Lake ,Butler [FORMER QUIGLEY & DAVIS PAYING- 10 cents each for I
# 6 Years As Councilman were Francis Lang, Mr. and i I with new fiberglass cover & .>: ed pasture. Mrs. Walter Martin -
t > I should :have $12,500 t BUILDING] FOR BUIL- Indian Head pennies, good II |
Mrs. Harry Baxley, and the teen 1
I i' electric 35 lIP Johnson motor. phone 964-9834, Starke
condition. $1.00 each for Fly-
I instead of $6,500., This DERS HARDWARE & SUP- '

Rev. George Chism. All were property I Can be seen. at Starke Builders.! lpd.
:; f former I PLIES, SASH. DOORS ling Eagle Cents good condi- j _
2 Years As Council Chairman pleased with the recovery of ,, is the Henderson, Supplies. tfchg : -
the sick one. I residence on W.-.-Lafayette-" St., I ROOFING, PAINTS, LUMBER tion. James Puckett. Box 371, --_ i Will Iron, mend or baby sit in

I and Mr. and Mrs. Roberts '. PLUMBING FIXTURES -, Keystone Heights-' Fla. ltp FOR RENT4 rooms and'1!! my home. Call 964-3524.

:; Owns And Operates Own Business land The recent revival at High- : plan to occupyJta.t\ some. :.fu-,I, PIPE & FITTINGS, EL- : WHY PAY RENT? Own your '. bath furnished apartment. 126'.I L .2tchg_9-5.
Church lasted two 1 ECTRICAL SUPPLIES, FARM own Mobile Home. As low as'i South WaterSt.. 2tchg 9-12 I '
t weeks, large ture date. -- -- -- ---- i i FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room,
congregationsevery &HOME: SUPPLIES, SPORT- i $395.00 down. Use your car WANTEDCarpentery work

Believes In Starke Progressing And night and great interest i ING GOODS.. PHONE 9645291. boat or furniture for down Remodeling, repairs, addi- ; 2 bath, house, utility room,

h'" shown. Eleven were baptized I $AKDIS BAPTIST 4tchg 9-5 ,Davment'. _. TRAILER__ __ MART._ __. _. tions docks, etc. Contact J. F. :I large corner lot, newly decor-
CHURCH ated inside. 210 E. Adkins st.
Not Still Sunday afternoon and fellow- I I INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468 Lavender, Rt, 2 Box 150, Lake'i i
next door.
Standing key tfchg
FOR RENT Unfurnished ,I
East Palatka EA 8-1050. tfchg
shipped into the Highland I Revival services will be held j two bedroom apartment. Close Butler, Fla. or Lavender's Gift;I.

Church Sunday night. This : at Sardis Baptist Church,'i in. Will be redecorated. Natural 'j FOR SALEUsed plywood. Shop, Hiway 100, 9 miles West 1 HASTINGS MATTRESS

Your Vote And Support On makes 47 baptized and addedto Worthington'Springs, Sept. 9- I gas. 203 Christian St. 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new, of Starke._2tp 9-12.

this church this year.I I j 15, with services each nig1tat Phone 964-3354. ltpj $10 each. Medicine cabinets, HOUSE FOR RENT-4 bed- & UPHOlSTERY WORKS

10 Will Be can not give a report on :,, 7:30.: There will be dinner I i FOR SALE-1963 Ford very] $3 each. Good used lumber, I, room home on KIngsley Lake. I 719 Lemon St. PaLUkJ
Sept. AppreciatedPd. used plumbing supplies.Jack- I
i 1 :. Phone FR 2-8233 or FR 2-
the the
numbers in Sunday School on grounds on the 15th. I I reasonable, low mileage. Con-
S son Building Supply, Starke. ; Repaired,
9572 Gainesville Fla. ltp
for several Sundays as I have Rev. E. L. Mixon of Jackson- tact Community State Bank I

I, Pol. -Adv. (1 been unable to attend church. ;: ville will be the evangelist. I I if interested. tfchg:_tfchg .,, FOR RENT-3 bedroom, 2i Upholstered & Refinished

J or Sunday School. But maybe i STRAY in pasture.- I FLA. 90's Strawberry plants I i I bath unfurnished house at..i MATTRESSES REBUILT

.... I. I 1 cow my for sale. $50 per bed. Pete 536 N. Walnut St. Phone 533- .
-- i I can soon start giving these Owner may have by IdentifY- Wainwright, phone Lawtey ::. 2123. Itchj i I I, New Innersprings

Everyone is Cordially Invited to AttendIGOSPEL reports again for the ones'I ing and paying for this ad., 782-3491. 4tpj 9-191. '- 1. und Box Springs
"'- I I Mrs. Walter Martin. Call 964- -- --- ;
,, who are interested in them, WANT TO TRADE Merchant' lease. Also house and cabins. 1
9834. 1 tp j' Drop Us A Card or Call
( i' ,, if I get able to attend church :I Stamp books for S. & H.I|I Phone 964-7084 for Informa- ::

again. j I I Air Condition rooms with private Green Stamp books. Phone Uon. 2tchg 9-5' PALATKA KA 5-9111

I MEETING ,i baths by week or month. 964-1551 2tp 9-5 ,- STARKE 964-59S4
I' Phone 964-4381. 4 tchg 919'REGISTER __ NEW AND USED-Chali OWl'
rou I II I $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. '
it resolved Adult Ii i
the City
by NOW for Good used refrigerators, televisions Lawn mowers tales and ser Starke, Arttti
City of Starke, Florida I II '
; i i Evening Classes. Mail course washers. etc. vice. Your McCulloch Dealer i HHBBHMBMMBBMiMMHMFOR
Never be fore-so many great i Said City finds it necessary radios.
AT THE STARKEChurch I to rezone a certain block ,in I I selections to Director, Drawer Guaranteed operating order. I Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv i i RENT Furnished a-

Fords at such amazingly low said City of St rke. That block 100, Starke, Fla. Apply in per- tfchg N.. East,' Gainesville_ Fla. 61 1 partment at of store. 321
louated Eait rear
Colley Road between -
1:30 to 4:30 USOi 3411. tfchg
son p.m.
; prices.These are Total Per- Lee Street and Powell HOUSEWIFE earn extra mon -- N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.
Street. I i [rear]. Negro adults contact> FOR SALE-Large 3 bedroom,
Of Christ ey in spare time, selling Sarah i tfch
formance beauties Falcons A public hearing: will be held Prof. Thompkins, RJE High Fla. rm., I4'x30', dining-living
i in the City Hall, Starke. Flor- I I SchooL tfchg'' Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel with fire I I MASONRY HOME FOR SALE3
;, ida on September 17, 1963, at*! Griff, 111 E. Washington. area place, large
Fairlanes,Super-Torque Fordsyou've bedrooms, 2 bath. Oaii ,
7:00 o'clock p.m. 'at which time':; EXPERIENCED SALESMAN tfchg. kitchen with breakfast area,
|I ; floors, central heat. Fred
any objections be made on fenced lot 135'x f
may WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Apply yard, corner
heard about
CORNER 10TII! & McMAHON STREETSSeptember ', said improvement. ', in. person. Federal Quality COINS BOUGHT 137'. S. Westmoreland and Ed- Snell, Green Acres phone 964. f

about.Today's the day to buy CITY By:'OP-MERRILL'STARKE., EDWARDS FLORIDA Homes. tfchg EXCHANGED wards Rd. Key at 311 W. Lafayette ', 8595. ______ tfchg. t

City Clerfc. :! I I Pay current market Talae phone 964-6864. I FOR RENT-Furnished houseon

I low, trade high at your 413NO 8-5 .It Insurance Problems?':! fop old coins:. Indian Dead i i tfchg. King&ley Lake until June

neighborhood Ford dealer's NOTICE .,1 I Pennies, Gold Coins, Commcmorativcs. 1. Phone 964-1051 Itchg
Call The Man From I George 'Ellis ,
I :
Sealed bid; will be received Medals, Tokens,
., by the City Council of the City "IRAVELI4RS"George I Foreign Coins. i I ; WE NEED MAN in this area
of Starke. at the City Hall in f E. LaRue, Denver R. Derrick WE DONT to work in the worlds fastest

OfFICIAL COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN EXCEPT ON SUNDAY Starke'clock Florida nntil 7:00 o- Keystone Heights AgtFor I DAW Auto Supply ;(Sell you we help you buy i 1 growing industry. The men we
p.m. Tuesday September -.
17, 1963. At which time and Travelers Ins. Companies'1i I I 416 E Brownlee St. Good selection of new an .; select must have a desire to

place all bids received will be !i i Tel. -473-4692 Day, I _tfchg.FOR used 8' and 10' wide Mo- : Qualify for top earnings and I
publicly opened and read aloudon own a dependable car. Excellent -
the : 473-4225 Nites. i iI RENT-1 and 2 Bed- bile Homes.

DAVID WHEELER\ AH following Pinewood item timber; on' approximately -:I| Ante 'Fire Home Butlnesi i : room House Trailers. Can be' LAKE GENEVATRAILER advancement oppor-
tunities. For interview call
30 acres of land !I l Monthly Payment Plan moved on your lot-J. B. PARK
South of Industrial FR 6-4502 or write 3135 N.W.
: i Minister Lake Butler Church Of Christ rite and South City's of Alligator I f Available White. Ph. 964-1651 2tchg 9-5. 1 mi SE of Keystone hits 13th St. MODERN HOMES

: Creek and West of Hiway i' tfchs-i PEYTON FLORIST I on Route 100
U.&. 5tl.' :
I Said City reserves the right i, 119 S. THOMPSON ST. I GAINESVILLE. 3tchg. .9-5. I'
SHOE SALE- Girls and La- -- -- -
to accept or reject or all
7:45 NIGHTLY any
: bids.CITY dies, mostly email sized only PHONE '"-4155 POESALZ: FOR RENT Farm house I

OF STARKE, FLORIDA $1.49. Ladies all new dresses.' NIGHT 964-3881 or '''-U%% Ready mix! concrete $40.00 per month. Call 964- I

Except Sept. 6-Sen.ices At 6:00 O'clock By; MERRILL EDWARDS.City Clerk $ .98. Mary Carter Paint DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS block, house concrete piers, sand: ce- 6081 after 6 p.m.. call 969- I
S Ik' 9-31t I! Store, 321 N. Temple. 9-51 i We Wire Flowers Anywhere 1 rent, mortar mix, racE, iteel II i g \\

1COrSTT JUDGE'S COEHT ;: 4tchg 1;i tfchi I eyiter' shell limerocr, roof I f Ned Singletary


FLORIDA.In f ished One and WILL TAKE CARE of cli!- ENGR. CO. Phone 864-2521. : FOR RENT- Small one room
i re: Estate of !i two bedrooms. Reasonable.: dren day or night. Also washIng Starke. tfchj ,1. apartment $50 per mo. utiliI ] -
%% Congregational SingingCome I Melvin L. Prescott deceased.
-\OT1CE OF FILING. pETITION i i Lights and water furnished. ; or ironing Phone 964-3522 1 I I ties included Air conditioned.

FOR FINAL DISCHARGE I i Contact 431 Center St. or _4tchg 9-12 i Phone 964-5951. 127 W. Lafayette -

phone 964-7191 or 964-6351. FOR RENT 4 rooms and ;, BE SURE TO SEE World Book'. St. 2tchg 912 I.
MOTORS, before buying any other En- ; --
tfchg 1
hall Duplex unfurnished FOR SALE-3 bedroom house 1
M. A.
Don't Yen the Citizens of cyclopedia. Payne, your
ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR house. Private entrance $35.00 : local representative since 1956. in Saratoga Heights. James A.
Bible and Heart : (
Starke, .Wa.nta. CompetentCity
Bring an Open Open
Starke, Fla. SALE AT BRADFORD COUN-i i; per mo. 708 Lake St. Phone ;' P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794. :: Sullu-an. Phone 964-8084.
Clerk? Vote for Carolyn
: TY TELEGRAPH 964-7964. tf chZ ,I tfchg ,.. tfchjrt'
,I I EedgraTe.for_,City Clerk. _- j -

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:I:1 i Bradford County Telegraph .

,'::: D. 1938 of the offense of VIO. Pardons, Tallahassee Florida
( .,,..: .,-. ,,. ':, IXT. REV. LIQ. LAWS and at its next regular meeting.
, r r' ,. sentenced therefor to Five (5) Dixon Thomas
I + Years Probation will apply for (Applicant>
: Sunday School 10 a.m. clemency to the Stata Board of I 8-29 2T 9.>
\ Morning Worship. 11 a. m I

Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Y- AMBULANCE SERVICE

Working Together To Solve PE each Wednesday. 7:30: p. i
t 2' ; PHONE 964-2600
m. Prayer Meeting, Friday !
!| The Problem Of Needed Sites I It I 4 T .k e +_i 7:30 pastor.p.m.-L. s. Williams :I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Although it hasn't been officially what it needs for future expansion. i OTICE DeWHt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

broached to the County Commission, The fact that the school and the j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Starke, Fla.
the suggestion that the County purchase recreation facilities would be so close I II was convicted- in the Southern who RENTAL SERVICES

from the City the Pratt Street together in this set-up would appear to District of Florida Federal Hospital Bed, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
of Duval
Playground site for the proposednew factor in favor of the Cosnty, Florida,
I as a be another pro- at the April, term thereof. A.
,., _, .,. _.. ,
county courthouse appears to have posed use of Conway Airpark. Locat- --- -'- -- -- 1. e. a I

enough merit to warrant serious con- ing the recreation facilities next to Cecil ICranford Bradford County's so-called "Collard King" ,

sideration.The the school should assure maximum use is typical of farmers who still make a good living tilling Brad- : EVENING COURSES FOR ABOLTS

idea is, of course, that the city by school students for whom the pro- ford county soiL I I1I"
would then use these funds to purchasea is largely designed. It would al- Bradford
gram ...
Bradford Adult
I "- "" '" ,, Education
;;! <: \ : County ProgramFALL
new and larger site for developmentof so tend to prevent duplication of expensive $Y -. ,
expanded recreation facilities. facilities which might be used I I f

\ Although the matter has been dis- jointly in both programs-the school's I F CLASSES BEGIN SEPT. 16, 1963
cussed at City Council meetings and at physical education and the recreation i 4armersI

Monday's School Board meeting, no one department's activities. COURSES LAST 18 WEEKS

I has yet appeared before the County From the county's standpoint it (Second Period Classes Begin Feb. 3, 1961))
Commission to determine whether or appears that the Pratt Street Playground Income

not would be receptive to such a pro- has much to offer in the way I MAIL COURSE SELECTIONS TO: L. H. Gibson Director -

posal. Such a meeting would be timelynow of a courthouse site. It contains approximately P. 0. Drawer 100, Starke, Fla: ,
since the Commission is faced six acres, just one block Above xw
with the problem of obtaining a site off U. S. Highway 301, and only two APPLY IN PERSON AT: USO OFFICE (Rear)

for the proposed new courthouse and or three blocks from the present court- Daily 1:30 to ,1:30 P.M. *

,, will have to make a decision in this house. It has been the hope of all con-
NEGRO ADULTS Contact: Prof. Thompkins, RJE High School l, Starke
matter before the architect firm Average
can cerned that the new courthouse wouldbe l ti.C
up his!=: plans for the new structure. No kept as close to the central business CLASS HOURS:

matter how many years in the futurea district as possible, and still provide I 7 to 9:30 P. M.\ -:Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
new courthouse still might be, the ample room for expanded facilities and In South

. matter of location should be settled as parking space. Probable 1963-64 Course Offerings "

soon as possible Property won't get The Pratt Street Playground would
any fulfil this aboutas SELECTED
sion is the it is to appear to requirement AtlanticFarmers Leo (left) and Pete Griffis demonstrate improved farming I
delayed more likely
well as the county could hope to do practice of fumigating soil against sting nematodes before How to read and write covers GradCredit Optional)

cost.This matter carne up for discussion without condemning expensive residen- setting strawberries. They find modern methods pay big es 1-3. Citizenship Education .

at Monday's School Board meeting tial or business property. The Pratt dends. di\"i-I Florida History & Geography
would have the addi- American History & Government
Street location *
l when members of the Starke Recrea- ELEMENTARY EDUCATION .
tional advantage of being in close in Bradford incomes isswc 1: by the Stan that are consumed on the : English for Foreign Born
tion Board and Lacy Conway. owner of County were better off last dard Rate and Data Service 1 farm. i Preparation for High School. Covers Americanism vs. Communism
Conway Airpark, appeared before the proximity to the county jail a factorof year from an income stand- presenting figures for all sections I Nationally according toI I Grades 4-& (Required for II.S. Diploma) -

school officials with the proposal that convenience to court officials and point, than were those in of the country. I Government reports the face i; SPANISH (Conversational)

I some forty acres of the Conway property others.With most parts of the South At- It shows that gross farm of farming continues to GENERAL HIGH SCHOOL For beginners and advanced stu-
be ]purchased for dual use by the the money the City would be lantic States. receipts in Bradford County I change. The drive by farmers I J. dents. (Other languages a\ailablo

School Board for school plant expansion paid by the County for this site, it Their overall receipts on a I.during 1962 amounted to to increase their acreage goes ; Sciences All levels, :Mathematics of English, Social For Studies creditor on demand)

and by the Recreation Departmentfor could doubtless afford to purchase the per capita basis were above $1,696,000, as against the pre- on, forcing the price of rural review MUSIC Choral and Instrumental;

long range development.It half or more of the Conway Airpark average, according to a national vious year's 1684000. land higher and higher. I, Music Theory (Notation) ;

. is known that a new junior high that would be used by the Recreation report on farm in Expressed in terms of the They have found that the Appreciation.

school plant must be built in Starke Board. The School Board would haveto comes. local farm population it was big mechanized units can be' BUSINESS COURSES INDUSTRIAL ARTS-WoodttorUng:

sooner or later-or perhaps a new ele- find means of financing the pur- They were able to produceand I equivalent to $2,422 per per- brought in on a paying basis: Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Mechanical Drawing ,

mentary !school in the event it should chase of its share of the property, but market more despite son.This only on the larger farms.! Business English Office Practice' Blueprint Reading; "_ .
their reduced acreage, than topped the returns reported Wherever they are put to For credit or review. Electronics. n
prove to be more economical to convertone this expenditure would have to be
they had in other years. The for most areas of the use, however production efficiency -I
of the present elementary schools made, sooner or later, in any event. gain in production is attrib- South Atlantic States, where rises. GED Testing Schedule<< For 1963-61 Week of Sept. 9,

I to a junior high use which and would build another be less Of course, before the School Boardcan uted to more efficient opera- they averaged $2,026 per Sales of such machinery are 1963-Week of Feb. 10,1964-Week of June 15, 1961
1 elementary plant, act it must have a survey by the tion, made possible by the use farm resident. reported increasing for the'
,I costly. In any event, additional property State Department of Education to determine - would be needed. if the construction of equipment.Just into account all receipts including $1.9''
a new I year they amounted to Adult Education educational for selfImprovement
Program provides opportunities -
I virture of its how the local
by farm
Conway Airpark, school is warranted. If the survey gives i the cash proceeds billion.' and to qualify adults"of any' age for better living. It is designed to meet the
}proximity to the present school plant, the go ahead signal, then a site must be community made out, com from farm marketings, Government As a result of this mech; needs of persons who are not able to attend regular public schools. The fully accredited -
would appear to be a logical choice for selected and State pared with others, is detailed I, payments and the anization output per man- j program is made available by County Superintendent Harmon Morgan
the new school if, of course, future appro-All in the annual report on farm value of home-grown productstial I hour on the farm has been !11 and the County Board of Public Instruction. Except for a small. registration fee,
the site.
val must be obtained for the program Is free.
study of topography sub-soil, drainage, going at the rate of 6.5 jl
up per I
this will take time of course. Getting of enterprises, and [61 "
and other factors indicate that it is everything ready for the constructionof helping obtain standard con- cent:a year which is twice asI I 7 ENROLL NOW !

suitable for this: purpose. a new courthouse will take time too. struction plans! for various fast as in manufacturing. /
School Superintendent II. P. Morganhas recreational facilities j -
But it is not too soon to start negotiations -
said that a minimum of 15 acres for desirable sites for these Before you start any type I When safety counts. signs and rubber compounds produce 16% better
( to 20)) would be needed for a new of recreation be ..
up program sure
future projects and it would seem in I j traction... more mileage... less noise and road
school plant. The Recreation Board has Our Soil S Our Strength to check with the local health !
indicated that it would like at least 20 order for city officials or members of Soil Conservation Officials. This is a requisite I I count ATLAS vibration every mile! And ATLAS gives you a

acres for it* proposed long-range de- the Recreation Board to dicuss this because state or county inspections on mile choice of two quick-action guarantees: adjustment -

velopment. Therefore, a division of the matter with the ,Commission before it N-E-W-S will be imposed in yott drive, new ATLAS Plycron Tires work to prorated on the tread remaining, or on

40 acres available in Conway Airpark has gone too far in its planning for a By Bill Baas many cases and also because I 1 keep you safe. With 25% more working rubber number of months in use. See your Standard
would to give each group about future courthouse site. Soil Conservation Serrice customers will expect it. !I! E
} appear Mrs. J. S. Eunice.. J. S. Eunice i
I Jr. ,far better steering,quicker stops.New tread de- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
.... ...._. .. '.A'Ar. .... -. ... ,-,_. .. .. ,.... one thing with another false A complete soil and water I used the, district and Budd roto Alvarez mower ..- -,
conservation farm plan was 4
teeth for parlors
Farmer's DiaryBy pigs ani spectacles cows for chickens delivered to W. H. :Nollman. I to control of the weeds in their and overgrowth -

the animals never hadit Herb plans to use most of his I grass pas I
Sam McGarvey better! place for pine tree production I tures.
To protect the area from wild- i,
ulty in working the land. While the bantam cars are fire he plans to establish fire-1 Methodist ChurchChurch

,Another thing the cattle perfect delights for saving gas, breaks. The application of ,;
iw i raisers having bad time firebreaks are in woodlands or library open Tues-
iI are a they have little room for car- I :
I ii i trying to may hay as sudden rying anything but passengers. on areas adjoining woodlands day and Thursday. 3:30 to 5p.m.

I'I 'showers ruin their. efforts. Sam found this out when he where fires are likely to oc- I
I packed the little car, stuffed cur. Woodland weeding is the Chancel Choir rehearsal S
"The best things in life are I things here and there, and removing of weeds vines, Thursday, 7:30: p.m. \
free" according to a popular: then discovered that while shrubs or trees of poor formor Sunday Church School,
song of some while ago and I i I everything was stowed away less desirable or inferior 9:45: am. Morning Worship

1 here's an example. We went there was no room for the I species, which are restricting I II 11 ajn. snack Supper for
Last Saturday night we hada over to the shore at Crystal driver. And one would feel so I the growth of desirable trees. I YF, 6 p.m. Youth M-I ...,.
thunder-and-lightning storm: Beach took a picnic lunch silly pushing a loaded V-W Everyone I talk to who has
which really rocked our place I had a good swim in the surf up the highway! been on vacation say that all 6:30 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship.\. +ot a, s '
rattled the \urdows.! and and a fine day at only the the recreation areas are p.m.
sounded like "block-busters" cost of gas for the "puddll'jumper" i Be of good cheer all you crowded and turning people MondayMethodist Men's;> s
around. W* .' away.I I Club, Fellowship Hall. 7:30: p.
were dropping all We enjoy seeing the I grass cutters for September
didn't get much rain at our "pouchy" pelicans as they fly is here and:! glory be, it won't was discussing recreationwith m. Robert Brantly of Lake
place but imagine there wasa in formation like a flight o: be long before the stuff stops J. T. Quigley. The Soil City will be guest speaker. I I' f 1 1b

j lot ,)f it in the county. bombers. growing and you can have a I Conservation Service techni- TuesdayWesleyan Service ..te4
well-deserved rest. Right now :' cal assistance a v a i able Guild meets in Fellowship Hailwith | a p
With all the rain this summer On way home stopped at our idea of a pretty lawn bone through soil and water conservation Mrs. Harry Mooty asf r t"
the streams are clunbiaj Green Cove and got a dozen well-covered with a nice districts includes hostess. ,tt. 'A k 7oi A .. rr xse
steadily: and we hear that according fine "blue-claw" crabs all mantle of white frost. I principally [1] information on WednesdayPrayer Meet-
to an unofficial measurement : cleaned and ready for the pot. I suitability of soils for vegetation ing and Bible Study 7:30: pin.
Water Oak Creek is I Fisherman who fixed them for See where a farm writer road and trail construction -

within a foot now of the high us warned that the crab resents claims that the present day I building sites and dams; In The Circuit Court Of
mark set back in 1928. Weather this whole idea and if farmer has a harder time of I f21: engineering assistance onI' Florida. Eighth Judicial Circuit ,
experts say that extremely he can he'll bite you and it than did his father and ', drainage and dam construc-.' In And For Bradford
rainy spells occur in regular "make you beg." grandfather. Stuff and non- i tion; [31] help in developin ARTHUR County BOBBY In Chancery.ALVAREZ, I m

cycles and they believe ws( I sense, we say even though i I I farmlands woodlands, rangeland Plaintiff. f k .. /
are in one which takes place Have you heard about the'i 1 there may be more financial j: and wildlife land to grow SAXDRA JEAN-vs-ALVAREZ, w M 2 s4
every 50 years. "high hat" chickens over at, ; problems today. But there is!' crops of wild game birds and I efendant.AOTICK ;, ;
Hampton strutting around simply no comparison between :i animals: [41 help in stocking r g /
Berry growers like to have\ wearing their spectacles? Mr.'I following a mule all day and I' and managing farm ponds TO dence: Sandra and address Jt'anI"art'Z, resl'I j I
water in the ditches when !and Mrs. Eugene Birt 'haue I riding a tractor. i t fish production; [5] appraisal You are hereby notified that
they set plants out. the trou- raising layers put the !; of income-producing potenin a complaint for divorce has
I been filed ,
: I against yon and you
ble now is the fields are wet "eyeglasses" on their birds to' We cut the seed pods which are required to serve a copy of
and growers are having diffi- reduce cannibalism. Taking: formed on our day lilies early the season and now some I II your Answer or pleading to the 1 z -
I Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney
of them are blooming again.i i
George H. Pierce, P. O. Y
We also have in bloom now: Drawer 1030, Starke Florida
GRID turk's cap. zinnias marigolds,j and file the original Answer or ,*t1 ,s t 1J
l pleading in the office of the
l'c THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH crown of thorns crepe myrtle I Clerk of the Circuit Court on : _.f k.4.s.'i i 'rY
Q _,
[both red and pink], and hi- or before the 23rd day of Sep-
to ACTIVI ESTABLISHED 1879 biscus. But there is still a lot I tember 1963. If you fail to so
m do a Decree Pro Confesso Trill : .
ON u y E. L. MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISHERa more we could have if we I be taken against you for the
had the time and energy to relief demanded in the Com-
t. (903 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON. devote to the garden. plaint.
Done and ordered at Starke,
After the picnic at the j gust, A. D. 1963.Charles .
Circuit Court.
POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLA.: UNDER ACT Of MARCH a. 117. how come two pieces of bread Bradford County, FloridaBy
with a layer of food between Dorothy W. Falling 1
IN TRADE AREA O-l&,YE.-\R $3.50 SIX MONTHS $2.00 Deputy Clerk
them is called a "sand"-wich. George H. Pierce
He ate at least half a yard Attorney for Plaintiff

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HIGHLIGHTS MELROSEBy Charles and David Danielsof I
Rev Paul Travis Pastor
Vero Beach spent several : Holy Day 10 a. m.. Holy \
This SeasonA
: : Ret. Kenneth W. Griffith Sunday School, 10 am
r J By Mary K. Schaeffer '' Mrs. Alice Rothhanuner: days with their grandmother :Sundays 10 a. m. Church I j I Morning: Worship, 11 a.m

I' pair of talented transfers j :Mrs. R. G. Daniels.Mr. School 11:45: a. m. Morning I j i Pastor I
Training Union, 7:00
I -halfback Eric Redfearn from YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY11ShanksWright and :Mrs. Glynn Roth- Prayer and Sermon [First j I : : p. m
"kkAA1A3AA&AAAAAAAAkAAk'AAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAJXeystoners Sunday School 9:45: *.m. 8:00
Service. m
Evening :
--- 1 I Gordon Military Academy in hammer and children spent : Sunday, Holy Communion]. ti
Meet Teachers held at least Rank I, | the weekend with her brother- I' Worship 11 a. m. ; Hour of Power, Wednesday
| a III cer- Georgia, and halfback Elam Miss Shirley Wright of I p.m. Episcopal Young Church-I i 1 8:00
Parents of the Keystone ; tificate, and many had Rank Glisson from BHS- should Gainesville and Bobby Shanks. in-law and sister Mr. and : men. night, p. m. ,

Heights School student body ''I n. They are as follows: J help the Keystone Indians a- e :, .' 1' of Earlton were married Friday Mrs. Eugene Easterling. and I Communion. !

-gathered in the Clay Co-oo I 1st Grade: Mrs. Susie t chieve what Coach Roy Sprad- evening, Aug. 30, at the children in Eau Gallic. i The Rer. Lee W. Heaton G L A S S That's Our Business"If

conference room Wednesday i'I\ Gomto of Grandin, Masters !! ley predicts will be the best Methodist Church. John Scul Chris Spires who has just Vicar. < It's Glass We Have It"

night, Aug. 28, for the second in Education from the Urn- season the team has ever en- ly of Gainesville served the. finished radar school a t I CALL WRITE or VISIT I

annual "Meet the Tea- \ versity of Florida. She has i, joyed. bridegroom as best man. !' Great Lakes Naval Base, lil I

chers Night." Bill Wolfe welcomed -' taught for 35 years. the last '' Spradley has 17 returning Church Activities i is visiting his parents Mr. I FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

and calledon 12 at Keystone.2nd i I'I' letterman including top all- : TH The Women of Trinity Epis- : and Mrs. Evans Spires, and: ,, .

M. L.everyone Beasley for the in- Grade: Mrs. Florence star prospects: QuarterbackJim copal Church held their reg- : sons in Tallahassee, and his ,,i CLASS CO.NOT .
Harris of Lake Geneva, BAE' Fullback John grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I
vocation. McMurtry, ular monthly meeting at the, ( INC.) II
from the University of Florida -: Allen, Tackle David Schaeffer ---------- -'--.. I home of their president, Miss A. C. Spires, in Melrose. He ;I,

Principal Philip Knuth introduced with six years of exper- and End Richard Mooney- Iva Hillyer, Thursday morning' will report back to Philadel- "Formerly Joe Peters Glass (VWe t

each teacher starting ience. I' ham. The first game is with Keystone Lions at 10 o'clock. phia, where he will go aboard i Design Modern Store Fronts

with the primary grades. 3rd Grade: Miss Paula St. Joseph [St. Augustine on 'To Welcome Evening services began Sunday '! the SS First for a cruise. i I Just Mail Us A Pattern For

11. With pardonable pride he I Wyman. Keystone Heights.I I Sept. 20.Other. Sept 1, at the Melrose I j Mr. and Mrs. R. Logsdon j, Table Tops

said that all of his teachers She had ,just received her AB games scheduled: District GovernorThe Methodist Church. Melrose j I II and children spent the week- Charley 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353

In Elementary Education Sept. 27-at Bunnell.Oct. Methodist members are repainting I: end in Miami where they visited I

from the University of Flor- 11at Crescent City. Keystone Heights Lions : the church. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. I

DONT MiSS ida and is teaching her first Oct. 17-at Starke JTorna- Club will welcome Walter R.I Duplicate Bridge Dunk and family.Mr. II I E. I II

year in Keystone.4th do B squad Lee Governor of District 35-L,1 Winners of the Melrose 1. and Mrs. Theadore I I

. Grade: Mrs. Bonnie Oct. 25at St. Augustine at a dinner meeting to be held I Duplicate Bridge Club for last j j Griffith of Clearwater are Johns

Jones, Keystone Heights, B- at 6:45: p.m. Monday, Sept. 9. ESTERBROOKIM
nI D&B school week include the following: i! visiting their son and daugh-

AE in Elementary Education Nov. 1-at Callahan. During his visit GovernorLee Miss Sally Mansfield and Mr. i ter-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. about this question: |!

from the University of Flor- I Nov. 8-at Baldwin.Nov. will advise and assist Presi- Walter Grolick, first place; : Kenneth Griffith and children, I: .
Joe rubbed
i Ma-: ; 32 years of teaching, tha dent Thomas B. Millican, Secretary enroute to their home in Clay noses with
22-at Hastings.Nov. Mrs. Louise Logsdon and Mrs. *
I Joe Wildt, and other of- 1 I i Marilee
last nine in Keystone. ,
; 27-Father Lopez. Coris Maxson second place; City. Ind. :
ficers and directors of the .
| 5th Grade: Mrs. Ann Last year the Indians started to the Mrs. Val Givens and Mrs. Ray |j Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Chester : While the car wrapped it-I -

i Kraus of Gainesville, BS degree the season with only 14 on matters pertaining Becker, third place; and Mrs j i of Quincy are visiting their .i BR1TE-LINE WATER COLOR ESTER, ,
I from Plattsburg State I boys dressed out. They ended administration of humanitarian the Mary Cook and Miss Iva !i son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. j ji sell !' marker is non-toxic, safe for children. ., I LOVE VAl

University i n Elementary the season with a record of ? program of Hillyer, fourth place. j i i and Mrs. W. H. Allen and j I 'round a tree i j Washable' odorless. For paper work p I

I Education; two years experience -I won, 6 lost, and 1 tied. service. Personals :I family on Lake Geneva. i ij The moral of this I art coloring, school work. 49$ '
THE Governor Lee is secretaYJ'treasurer I poem
OF i iI and has taught in II This year Spradley has of Fuilg as, Inc., with Chick and Billy Joe Chance\j 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Casonj; While driving girls home;; i

: Keystone before. Mrs. John twice as many boys out for spent last weekend with their.'! are visiting their son-in-law i iI PERMANENT ALL.PURPOSE
A heads
I offices in Gainesville. member are better to
:' Nabors of Lake Geneva will I football and forecasts good of the Gainesville club grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. i I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.1!: :i marker marks anything-sports equip.

I ; teach the other 5th Grade tea min the school's classifi- H. J. Chance at Tallahassee. i Cecil Harris in Welaka. I SEE I ment, rainwear. toys, packages for
since 1951 he has filled various
section. She has an AB in j cationClass C. Only three Col. and Mrs. E. E. Kirk-,i Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bass of ] (For complete auto insur- home office school or shop. 49$ J
offices in the Lions organization -
Elementary Education from players were lost by graduation patrick have returned home)i Jacksonville and Misses PaulJ -
and local
FSU and is her first i and has served on several ance agent serv- BOTH IN 8 COLORSBradford :
teaching ; last ,spring. after spending over three J line and Susan Shield of Wal- \
is ice. Consult The Charley E.
committees. He cur-
I II I I year in Keystone. I state months touring western Eu-S do were recent guests of Mn>. ,

I I I I 6th Grade: Mrs. Nieda rently serving as president of rope. They also visited their 1! Effie Bass of Earlton. ;Johns Agency.

ARnji Sanford of Gainesville, ABi Christine Croft of Keystone the Florida LP Gas Associa- Mrs. Julian Jacoby ani
son, Gary Kirkpatrick, in Munich -I E. Johns
u Elementary Education BS from Delta State College tion. Germany. I children of Middleburg visited Charley

I i I from the University of Flor- and Masters from Universityof Governor Lee is one of the j i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones ;i' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \ Agency County TelegraphKEYSTONE

I'I I Ida. First year in Keystone. Mississippi. Seven years 408 District Governors who j lof Jacksonville visited her: J. V. Slade.

Mrs. Agnes Strong of Key- experience. supervise the activities of more parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl I Pat Chance spent the week- PHONE 964-0121

,,: stone, Masters degree from Athletic Directors, Boys,than 17,380 Lions Club in 122 Hagglund, Sr. I end with his uncle and aunt, I 131 S. Walnut St.

,, University of Deleware in Physical Education, and Dri-'I countries around the world. Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Patterson I Mr. and :Mrs. Colquitt Harrison -_ ---
I Ii j I 'Elementary Education. Five ver Education: Roy H. Sprad- The Keystone Lions Club home after
Ii i are visiting in Quincy. 1 1I
II i j years experience. ley, Keystone; BS degree will participate in a statewide their sons in New York. I
I Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobs i
In the Junior and Senior from Brigham Young Uni project during September with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry : and sons of Gainesville Visit. I I HUG HIS! MELROSE :

High Schools, instructors will versity. One year experience all proceeds going to The Florida and children are spending j ed Mrs. Mary Robinson Sat -

be listed by subjects: in Keystone. Lions Foundation for The the week touring Warm. urday. I

I I English and Guidance: Girls Physical Education.;i Blind. The Foundation supports I

Mrs. Ann Null of Keystone; Safety Education, and Elementary -! the Eye Banks at Gaines- BUSINESS I DIRECTORY i
I leans, in order to be with her end in Atlanta, seeing th
attended Blue Mountain Col- Grades Physical Ed- I yule and Miami. I
brother and the rest of her sights.
lege, FSU, and Barry College.AB ucation: Mrs. Millie Joe :i Sight Conservation is a top ---- --Lr II '
family at this time. Friends of the Kuykendallj I
degree with major in Wilkes of Lake Geneva. BS .priority; project of Lions Clubs APPLIANCEST RESTAURANTS
Rev. and Mrs. Paul G. families of Keystone are 'I GARDEN SUPPLIES
English. Four years exper- in Physical Education from all over the world.
ience. ".' Southern ., I Lassmann of.? Peoria I ,, Ill 7 I sorry to hear of the terribletfadyC .. .' THEKeystone
.P Georgia : College -a A- :' non'with..thetrdtwo... ; >ans '; that befell .'the'r' V Service Center. 4- *---
Mathematics: David Greene Three years experience. I S Plants
i of Keystone; BS degree in Librarian: Miss Emma: were guests for three days cousin Richard Alford Kuy- J. K. TII1ES Proprietor Heights

Education. Attended Tenn- Kate Mansfield: of Keystone; i! ty-two years of school ex-. last week of Mr. and Mr?. kendall, and his family on Authorized Motorola Philco Garden Supplies and RestaurantEarl

i perience.The LaRue. Saturday evening, Aug. 30. It
George The Lassmann
essee Wesleyan College and AB from Wesleyan College, I Sales and Service & Ollie Luke
principal stated that that their hit
family were on a three-wees seems car an
Tennessee Polytechnic Insti- masters from Emory University -
the school is State tour of Florida, and they Atlantic Coast Line Train Service On All Mokes S Duralite and DuPont OwnersManagersST1AKS
tute. Three years experIence. and University of Florida Accredit-I
ed, and has been said that Keystone Heightswas near Dade City, and the entire TV RADIO STEREO Paints Our SpecialtyBlue
Mathematics and Science: ; 34 years experience.SecretaryBookkeeper
Plates with
I years. The goal now is for section had family including three
a they never
:Mrs. Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals
Sterling J. Crabtree of Key : 0 Wallpapers Painter's
Southern Accreditation.Mr. known about and childrenwere killed. Fresh 'egetabI'iOLD
stone; BS degree from Clem- Doris Ottinger of Keystone! the, part Keystone Heights, 4734651 Supplies
4 Knuth had some interesting they probably liked best. The Lady Bowlers AttentionAll BEER;
son College. First year in Attended Baypath Business
statistics on resultsof I LaRues were parishoners of ladies interested in Open From 6:00 AM. Till-TAt
Keystone. and has ten
years i,
the 8th Grade tests last Rev. Lassmann nine years bowling contact Georgia Wolf I AUTO SERVICE I Zike'sDecorating
Science: :Mrs. Virginia experience in the business the. stoplite Keystone Ilgt,
II semester, comparing the or Bettie Bowl in
Jordan of Keystone; BS In world. ago when, he- started a mis- Sprow. ,
Keystonescores with the National sion in : Starke Saturday night. Terrell'sGulf
I Towson, Md. George every
science. Attended UP and Mrs. Juanita Glissonof Shop Lake
I results and the scores and Mary were charter mem- News From St. William's
FSU. Two years teaching experience Keystone is School Cafeteria ServiceNew
I of five counties fn this area. bers of the parish. :Mrs. Bee Cooper chair- Keystone Heights RestaurantSTEAKS
and will include
seven years experience manager. Her staff -
All National averages were Mrs. Florence Forth and man, is grateful to all the 8; Used Tires
as a medical labora- Mrs. Dorothy Martin,
tory technician. Mrs. Bobbie Turner, Mrs. 8.8that is, 8 years and 8 daughter recently enjoyed a members of her committee I From $3.00 Up All Sizes PHONE 473-3861 CHOPSSPECIALIZING

months of grade school edu- weekend at and to all the patrons for the IN
Daytona Beach.
; Lubrication
I Social Studies: James J. Florence Forth, and Mrs. j Batteries Acces.

I. Jackson of Keystone: AB and Yaeko Hinck. cation.In Gary Bliss and a friend. success of the Annual Ham I, OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M. SEA FOOD

Masters from UF. One year Assistant Principal will be Reading Comprehension I John Clayton spent last Supper on Saturday evening,I ORDERS TO GO -
experience. Hubert Oliphant Jr. of Key- the scores were 8.8 for K. H.: weekend with Gary's mother, Aug. 31. Everyone seemed to i( Keystone Heights, 473-4279 INSURANCE
8.6 for 5-county average. In enjoy it, and the membersof I 1-4 Mi. N. of Stopllta
Spanish: Mrs. Norma Vail- stone. He has an AB degree Mrs. Dorothy Martin, in Key- ;i.AUTO STORE
total language skills, K. H. the Catholic Club Keystone Height
stone Heights. and John invite. ft
dejuli of Keystone: BS and from Carson-Newman College
8.9; 5-Co. Avg., 8.8. In Math them back next i
I stationed in year. I .
Masters from Ohio State. and six years teaching exper- Western Auto Murrhee Insurance
Ten years. experience. ience. K.H. 9.1; 5 Co. Avg. 8.7. In at the U.s. Naval Air Sta Sunday, Sept. 7, will be Beildler'sHoliday
work skills K. H. 8.9 5-Co. Communion for the
; Sunday Associate
Home Economics: Mrs. In conclusion Mr. Knuth Inn
I Avg. 8.7. Composite Avg., tion.Mrs. Holy Name Society and other I' AgencyGeneral
Margaret left .
Reita Walker, Lake Geneva.BS gave his own qualifications: Ahlers Appliances- Major or Small .
K.H. 8.9; 5-Co. Avg. 8.6. of the parish. I
for her home in Baltimoreon men ,. RestaurantFormerly
and Masters from University BS from Western Michigan, Auto Accessories, Tires,
School Board Member A. Labor Day had Choir Practice is held every i i I -
of Alabama. Nine years and University of Michigan; E. having an Batteries Insurance
Anthony made a few remarks Wednesday morning at the
experience. Masters in Educe Jon from enjoyable visit with her Sporting Goods Lawrence's Dinette
stating that by Second church at 9 o'clock. All ,
_r:::=-- rOMYou're Business Education: Mrs. University of Florida. Twen- Semester daughter, Mrs. George La- members -f i Hardware, Paints, Garden Fire Casualty Bond COMPLETELY REMODELED
there should be are expected to be there
and Mr. LaRue.Dr.
j Supplies. Allied Lines OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLYFull
music in the rea-I
school The unless they have a good
in the driver's seat- .
Lou Wells was I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Dinners Lunches -

at the big Ford Sale-Of-The- wood-working.next step would be shop and hostess on Saturday eveningat son.Tuesday morning Mass will t i Keystone Heights' Tel. 473-4285 Ala Carte Italian Foods

a dinner party at her 'Electrical Contractors I 1 Block North of Red Light
Refreshments -
Year. Red white or blue- and a get- home on White Sand Lake. be at 7:45: from now on since -1- I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
--- acquainted hour followed. school has started. This will
Soft-Top or Hard-Top-you : Guests included George and Jackson Electric Co. I 'I
providing and serving give altar boys and other attendants MILLWORK
Mary LaRue
it it's for I refreshments were Mrs. Georgia ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR REAL ESTATEC. 4
name waiting you i : Mrse. time to get to schoolor
Margaret Ahlers and
I Wolfe, Mrs. Lucille ; House Wiring, Electric Range
Mas- U'ork.ST. .
now! A Total PerformanceFord INCOME TAX? Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Baird and Water Heater
.. : sa, and Mrs. Kitty McGlave. Repairs J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
and two
of Miami.
at the year's lowest ; I[ Keystone Lions ANNE'S EPISCOPAL General Electric Repair Work Keystone
Mrs. Baird is
i Dr. Wells' sister.
Plan Guest Night CHURCH Call "Toby" For All Your
prices. Falcons, Fairlanes I THOUGHTYOU I Mr. and Mrs.
; Dolph Turner,
I On Saturday Electrical ESTATE
Sept. 28, the I Needs
Super-Torque Fords-proved S. Keystone Heights Lions will Mrs. Turner's sister Mrs. Summer Schedule: 8 a. m.Keystone Heights Ph; 473-4375 Millwork Shop MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

hold Bea Wimberly, and daughter service each 3unday morning.
a "Guest "
for around the Night. Adult Tel. 473-4297
durability Keystone Heights
MAILED from Marianna and Carol
; entertainment will be First Sunday, Holy Eucharist, FARM SUPPLIESC. CABINETS nOOKS
world. Get 'em while they're I vided, starting pro- and Lana Turner, were visitors 9:30: a. m. Other Sundays.
a 7:30: p.m.. WINDOW
hot-at your neighborhood: in the Masonic Hall. What is last week at the Bill :Morning Prayer and Sermon i & L. Feed Co. Winifred H.
:1 IT! Turner home -
L __ and at the
i a Guest Night? See one of Daily offices. 8:30 a.m. and i CRAWFORDBg.
Ford dealcrsOFFICIAL home of II C. M. '
Dorothy Martin. I BURKHALTER JR. Trim Mjiferlab
your LION friends, ant'. find i 5:00 p.m.
:'} -,,: out. He will very likely Invite Keyboard Harmony Class Holy Eucharist Wednesday :, FEEDS Sub Ha4e T. Order Real EtUto Broke
.."!i.; \, To Be Held"at KItS .
0a.zn. Lako
you. FERTILIZERS Properties Acreage
...:. Keystone Heights 473-4289
...., Dr. Harpik Der Hovhan-
that same evening. FARMERS: HARDWARE ltanChea BuiineM city
some lucky person will go nissian of St. Johns River FIRST BAPTIST j Homes RsnUlj
home with jl Junior College in Palatka KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS | EarletenTeL '
a boat, motor, and !NURSERY "W Take A Personal Inter.-\
Remember a checking account at trailer which is to be given will be conducting a.. class in J. R. Smith pastor, Ralph ;!! Melrose OR 5-5163: In Your Requirements"
away. Harmony- -probably I Copeland Minister of Music .
on Wednesday eveningsat FLORIST Midway: Keystone Hell1tI .
Personals : And church organist. Ii i ii
The Keystone State Bank KHSor ,i Nursery Stock Thousands Of MiroeHlway .
FORD can assure you Mr. and Mrs. Linn Bier- perhaps Melrose j i i Services: Sunday School

man of Harrisburg, Pa. are High School for anyone 'i I 0:45: aax.. Morning Worship ,,II Edna WilliamsFLORLSTNUR5zy Plants & Fruit Trees To I 21 Opoi BIDWaJa-

of a thorough' check on all deductions for visiting the David Nelsons I who is interester or musically -I']i. 10:50 *. m. Training Union Choose From. Nice Shade Trees,!I fiB 5-2M1

this week. Mrs. Bierman and inclined. You may take ;i ,
:> 7:00 p. m. Evening services FLOWERSFor EUleeD8'at Landscape!
Mrs. Nelson are friends cfi: the course for College Credit,j] 8:00: p. to. You are Invited to I !S. E. McKay Realtor
A3 Plants.
AH ,
OecadoaaIfelrow In pontainers' Plant
or fun by audit-
charity, interest paid, or medical expense. long standing. j merely I share family Prayer time wIts
ClEARAtE Gary Yoho was scheduled! ing it. You can learn asi ] Phone: OR 8-2331 Anytime. See Our Plants For'!i.IMts Lake Lilly $3500.

Start one now. to undergo heart surgery at. much either way. j! COMMUNITY CHURCH i iI 1 GARAGES )I Quality. Let Us Do Your!i iLa I Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake -

the. Baptist Hospital in Jack- For College Credit you pay'!I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ndSC2JI J1r. $2775. Terms Investment tract

sonviHe on Wednesday of $5 registration, and $6 an) II I HILL'S GARAGEPAINTING I large enough for several Iota -

this week It would be nice hour of credit To audit the Sunday School 10 a. m. : access to wide sandy beach.
if all of his friends and course, you only pay the $5 ,Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Electric and Acetylene O. C. Carnes Nursery Use for recreation while holding .

schoolmates would registration fee. :Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:30 for investment. E-Z Terms.
send him
I 23 ML
Call Starke On
George LaRue at 3- p.m. I Of 2 BR CB furnished
a card to sort of help his cottage
Il<WDY.4. '% M tMC AACMOUT WMW'MJn 1 Radiator Repairs on
MOTORSStarke morale. Gary's sister Miss ;, 4325, or call us at 3-4127. I Dr. Albert a Holt minister; j!24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE.Hwy 103 i At Florshome.Biblne : ,Imatiful Lake Uu 'hlnlOQ .
PersonalsMr. )II'I.. 1
George Canova, organist 7000. Terms.
I April Mesko, I is home this I Tailored Seat Covers & Trim *, Phone 6M-5GS3
and Mrs. Bill Few and and choir director; Mrs. Win.Warren I
week I
Fla. from her training at, j i Keystone I Residence Phone 68-1- 5OI
I I three sons spent last week church secretary. I Keystone Heights. Fla. \
Charity Hospital in New Or-
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Lake' City.Visiting. land in Gainesville Thursday j!, Gainesville were visiting ,his :... (OFFICIAL SEAL) I your answer with the Clerk ..'
LAWTEY\( Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Ella Mae .
Kirkaey. R. \ Green, Jr. this Court.and serve a copv
II Bennett over the weekend and Friday. i j I parents, Mr. ,'and Mrs. L. E. Plaintiff, I Starke. Florida I thereof Plaintiff's
upOn an 1"1 i- :
Mrs. Esther Martin with all Ratliff Sunday. vs.OIIu .
Attorney for Petitioner
8, !:nn BIsncbrdLLLLAaA1AAAA14IA were' Mr. and Mrs. 11aniaI |: Kirksey: | 'I neys, \\'eistein, WembergVeinsteJn & ;
3-15 4t 95iv
of Mr. and Mrs.
I! her children and grand- George Rivers \ 161 St. George' Street ;
Thompson and daughter of| Defendant,
; &a hA j' children. enjoved a familv pici -'*and Mrs. Leon Ellington ani :AOT1CE: TO APPEAR Augustine.!'. Florida not latT i
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. ': THK riKt'i'iT ('fliRT.EIGITl than S >iteniber' :27. 1S63! !
nic .at the Santa .Fe Tower daughters, went to Auburn- To: .Oliiisv Kirk tie)'; Care Lily
i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fletcherof Glenn Williamson of Macclen- Mae Vine Leeburg, 'Alabama. jrniCIAI. ClHVl'IT, If you fail to do -Oil. d/'T""> !
dale to _
oark. Mr. and see Mr. Rivers' mother
Sidney V confesso will be entered a- !
i ii You are herby notified that : ;
ny. AOhr
Independence Mo. were vis-; !i Hansenoined, the, family.j. Mrs. Emma Rivers who 'Iv lurll 8Uf'l8SS a suit for Divorce has been ('OtTi' ,,FtORIUA.. ('.a'ierjrDixie ga Dst you for the relief dv- I
iting Mrs. Fletcher's father.i! Mrs. A. H. Harley and Mr !. e, .It" ,: '-, .ntit'd in the complaint. .
j. .-On Saturday: right Miss was celebrating her 82nd birth Box 104 filed against :you in the a.bt'e : 1 ,
I } () Sulphur Springs, Lad- t :
and Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Susan 'N..otP of said suit being
I 'Herbert Padgett and brother Frances, Miss day by having the kids over named Court and c.auand you : AttiLvptance Corporation, natta r e :
|! were visiting :Mrs. Mattie .. 'Waltersvan3 are required to serve a copy of Plaintiff, tfy foreCeure< of a mortgage- !
i and: sister-in-law. Mr. and ;i j Miley in Jacksonville Beach ,.CDt l'rine..crur.<> were hostesses for dinner. We hope' that we Wherein I visit India and land. We flew back to a clos- jour answer or' pleading to' tho ', ..VD. *,. I on the lowing desn-nbtd realpre.party'jn ,

Mrs. Edwin Padgett, last week.j I I at a back to .school l party j jjriven i mar, eJlOrt.later that,she asher R.ussia. I ed city and. landed. It had complaint on the Plaintiff's .Attorney i' C. Jones and Buddy Bradford <-"umy.' I
am happy to a
!j Sunday. say wit
.r Johnny Sapp has returned 1 t Green, Green and Green.Stark F. Jones.! 1 1T i1uiFi4i, to :
j< M. L. Turner made a business -i iI ..in the home.of,Mr,'and I I i 90th birthday .dinn r,.too,sPit! ,glad to be an Americaa.,.strange.'name. We were herd- '', Florida and file the I,I efendantsMTirK The Xortheast Quarter ..f I

after spending a week with I 1 trip to West Florida last Mrs. V I.. Starling in honor and all will have a good tim? Tell me not in mournful -upstairs alone in a'e1'Y' original in the office of theClerk \ 01- St IT f the S.*uth..ast Quarter ,If

his uncle and aunt, Mr. and of a few friends. About 15 again. numbers nice room to await future developments of the Circuit Court on TO: Buddy, F. Jone.s Residence: I the Northwest Quarter of
'Mrs. J. Young, in Athens Ga. I I week. : wpre there to the af- Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davis qr before the 23rd day of S..pt..nd..r. -i 1, 27j English Street, Charleston i Section 16, Township 6
,j Guests of the W. F. Moore : Life is but an empty dream, and ,asked to tea 1\1':3\ : : otherwise the allegations -' heights South Carolina: 1 South Range' 22 East
Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta I fair. .. j and children and Mrs. Matti- i! And and cakes, which arrived.\ Finally of said Complaint will, You are hereby notified that CHARLES A, HARRY
family were Rev. E. D. the soul is dead that
visited Boyer I. Davis be taken as confessed by :you. : Clerk of Said Circuit Court_
his parents, Mr. and Church Notes j| went to the Albert r :a suit has ben filed against! : youin
we ware.put on a smalller
and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce slumbers This notice shall be
Boyer I published -1' U 9,5headquartrS
I i i the above entitled i-ause: and
Mrs. J. H. Eunice and other i I of Tampa on Wednesday and ..Grace Methodist: Sunday :, Sparks residence and .had a : An4 things are not what I jet plane and flew to,Hosi '! once each week for four con- (I ,
relatives this week. i IJ J I i wonderful barbecue dinner.'I : seeutive weeks in the Bradford : '
1 Mr.\ and Mrs. Cecil Waide of'j I' School 9:41: ajn.:, .;. WorshiD! : Ihey seem j i' :x w. There was no onatomieet'I t .
v County Telegraph.
Mrs. Sinclair Mosley and Tampa over the weekend.Mr. a m.,; Evenin? ..serv.i'p.s.8 p.m.: |i The weatherjure; was In; their;<' I: lIas surprised to hear j I,us. Finally we ,were taken in'' Dated this Utli day of August, Jbr'E'
daughter of Jacksonville were favor too. Everyone sure had' an
: 193.
\ and Mrs. Oscar Norman, MYFach Wednesday p. m. : Indian '.& bus-to Leningrad Hotel and ,
visiting her mother, Mrs. Lula a good time. in Moscow repeat these CHARL.RS A. DARBY.
We will be ,pleased! to have our later toured tht city. .We
and Garland Norman and two
Norman lines of Longfellow. He was Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy
last week. Mr. and
; local( tor. Rev. W..A. .Fox. Napoleon visited the Kremlin, saw Len-
sons spent Monday and Tues- head of the : Janet X. Carter,
Mrs. Mae Wells was a din- day of last week fishing and:. .and ,Mrs. Fox.:back with u
ner guest of her sister. Mrs. resting. ;1 j j Sunrinv! afterv: a' vacation! swnt out visiting Mrs. Kate Starling: ,I Kashmir and he had. a title- and the qnderground system, 5-!! 4t 9.12 putT Clerk. 'E'

Ruth Barthlow, and family in H. E. Priest ani; his sister, i at their home 'fa Rhinebeck,i!j Sunday. t;tJ KHAWJA -Ashan. Nelah. A, like our subway, which they I j jI I -
J Richard Cain went to Tarn- ''very fine gentleman.jiot IN THK C1RITIT OF
Middleburg Sunday.Mr. I Mrs L. B. Alvarez of Starke N.Y.: i! very I called "Metro. Very nice to .' COt'KT .
dark. ( Jl'DI-
Tuesday His-wile had been dead "QIIU.WnTU
pa sight-seeing. I I "
: and Mrs. H. E. Prie3t I were visiting their sister, Mrs- I First Baptist Sundav :!i' ,t i ride. -lAI. CIRC! IT. i\ AND FOIL '
Mr. and Mrs.. three yearsWe spent .
DurwoQl sometime ,
: .
''School UHVIIFORU COl.\TV. 1\::
were visiting relatives in Fort Fred Francis, in Fort Myers'' am.: Worshio service :i i'' Monday afternoon we flew -
i Dortch of Waldo
White and High Springs Sunday last week.Mrs. j i 11 a.m.; Training Union 7 : recently vis- ,i together and we ate ,'I to Leningrad and saw many: \Viliiani CHAM'EHV.: K. Norman,
ited Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dyal i breakfast and went to Gorky SPECIAtIfUYI
afternoon. M. L. Turner cal-i i n.m.: Evening! worshio n,m. more museumsthe winter Plaintiff, !
Marian Carter of Starke is, led to her, daughter, Mrs. Horace -;I Pravpr meetinef\: each Wednes-i i While here they all enjoyed Park and to an eating place.we and summer palace of. Pete- \g. DIVORCE .
: 1 a wonderful Frances Cramer
peanut boil. had fun-then i Norman
I dav 9'n Intermediate GA's goodbye. the-Great and his Garden of \
'spending some time with his m. '
Gushing, last week and], ; Mrs. Della Ostet'n and chil-l 1 DefendantTO I Just in Time for Opening
We flew from
Delhi India
nephew Oscar Carter and and YWA. first and thin j Fountains. :'-'n'rH'
will be there until she feels dren of High Sprints 1 '
Frances Norman
Mrs. Carter. she can leave her. I Monday. Youth m*>jstin2 alter-i!r Sunday::! guests ,of Mr. and home.Tashkent of the, Uzbeck,Russia '7' the; ;Last evening we flew to residence: and Cramer address Unknown of; School S pt. 3

: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norman Guests. of Mr.. and Mrs.|.pate Saturdavs. .Bey. .NewiOm]I Mrs. BemDyalt, j people-- Helsinki, a lovely city, where |I : I j I .. ...*.
I 1 You .
hl'rE'bnotiiE'd that .
> and are
a Mongolian'look kind
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Norman, I Gene Pearson and son, were of Janksonville w a s_ ..guest t Mrs. Alice Robinson and something -the people are |i a complaint for divorce' has been Reg. I5c "hUe They La tHigh
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Norman Mrs. speaker Sunday. i like an Eskimo. I liked friendly.We filed and
I Pearson's brother and dauahter. Mrs. Cathern Dval, : against vou. you are
i all of :Miami, visited relatives sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.' I went to Doctors Inlet Wednes-i them very much. Then our go next to Denmark. required to serve: a copy of :your Quality C
I 'VVvvvyyyyYyyyyyyyyyy' I biggest problem was, getting then fly to New York. Cincinnati -i ,\nswer! or pleading: to the Com.i -
during the week. Frank Camp of Pails Church, dav. visiting! Mrs. Den Net-! | plaint on the plaintiffs attorney,
: Guests of Mr and Mrs. A. Va. On Saturday they ,honored I ties and relatives. |i food, as the waitress could not;, and Muncie. I had George!! H. .Pierce.' P. O. Drawer COLOREDPENCILS

I C. Pearce over the weekenl: them with a party. About 161 GRAflAM Mrs. Berrv Dval visited her!: understand English. We did four ,letters waiting for me 1050.: Stark. 'Florida and file
the pleading
I : not | ordinal Answer or
? starve although I got
were Robby Young of Athens, friends enjoyed the occasion. Daughter and familv, Mr. and r here.Bye in the ,office of the Clerk of
I 111 write I
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. :j i On Sunday they visited Stephen -I By J.'C. BroughtonVVVVYyVVVyyyyyyyyyyyy I Mrs. Carlton [J. C.I Davis. i| hungry. now next ': the' Circuit Court on or before'

Sapp and daughter of ,Jac- :I Foster Memorial a t i Then off we flew in a four-i from Indiana after a wonderful the Itith day of September: "
Folks, I sure appreciate it !1 the world. 196.: If you fail to so do a De- ....
I sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl i: White Springs and spent Mon i I, if you would helD me in get-I: engine plane to Moscow. After|' .trip around I .r.e PrQ Confesso will be taken
about six hours arrived, God bless you everyone. the relief denanded Red (;reen Blue Black
Sapp of Miami were recent I day In Six Gun Territory atj i Mr. and Mrs. Robert i ting the news. I have to work we j again.- you for
Lura the
Mother in Complaint.
there in a storm, so could not! Red & Blue
guests. Silver Springs. Broughton I
of .
I I ? Gainesville visited -,I and take mv time at night, 1)nn- and ordered at Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright .Miss Sinia Prescott and Mrs. the Carl Broughtons Mon.I.! getting it ready. It would help: County. Florida pursuant t ... Florida t-h-i } tid r of August, THICK OR THIN LEADS

the Hattie Darley spent the week:: Btcn. Notebook, Stem final judgement for Henry La- AD. 1963.:: ,
spent latter part o :,! day.Mr. f me out a great deal if you said defendant in CHARLES A. DARBY i iI iIt's
the week at their camp on ;! with Mr. and ,Mrs. George' and Mrs. James R. [R.: would help bv bringing your K.-ret Type,, Typewriter I the port amount against of $!9ti.72: together Clerk! Circuit Court Brad- I

the river. 1 Lastinger and family in Day- G.] Griffis and children went pews to my home or the post .Fe ba, Typinr Paper,,Erasers i with costs of (collection.; fOld County. Florida. I The
Janet X. Carter
Beach. to palatka Ribbons. The TELEGRAPH.I lIan' seized and luoe in my By:
Miss tona
Loraine Priest spent Sunday to visit office
I during the day of each j possession! the following\ described I Deputy Clerk. '
the week with Mr and Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Terry visited his mother, Mrs. Nellie Griffis, Mondav. If you don't help me, I personal property to wit: (SEAL) !

; I'' and other relatives. I the news will not be in 'the j I In 1'h. rireiilt Court OfFlorida. 1957 Pickup \Villjs Truck I! GEOnOE for H. PIERCE Plaintiff RINGS n' THINGSMake
John KieMh Judicial Cirr I Ser NO. 635; +8 : Attorney
: Lefevers -
of Jacksonville paper. So, please! Thank you.y"vvyvvvvvv'vy'y'. .it, Inad For Bradfordeuun(3 1955;); Pickup Ford Tru.klltr. j S-22 4t 9-12
was out this way Sunday i In o. 10D;:A2S691: !
visiting his brother. M.VRL1JXE-CLEMOXS Chanterr.41UTH j 1956. Pickup Chevrolet TruckI. ,!11"i:" Tim riRlTIT COI'RT OPTHE Up Your Own Theme 1Iook-\: Different -

HEARING HELP Thomas Lefevers and I j'j I Plaintiff, D. Xo P.3: Aft05941) HKiHTH Jl DH'IAI.rr.iT ni\- Book For Each Course.
family. i -vs- Tag Xo. 45; .OK 4ti& OF pi.uuini I"U
Byt the way: we are happy to .RAIFORDL4A4IAAAAAAAA4AA.A4AAALA j: RICHARD El'OEXK CLEIIOXS, I .s the property' Of the above FOR HUAIFOKII t'OTNTY.:: PACKAGE INCLUDES
named defendant and that on IN riH>CKRr. C.lSE0.
report that Thomas Lefevers :, "Defendant,
... DIVORCEi the :23rd day of September 1953 13-::' 4 Plastic Rings;. ALL FORRing
returned '
from Many, La. ::\ '' at twelve o'l-loik noun on said MtTICK APPEAR
CONSULT BOB WILSON and reported having a good I TO: Richard Eugene demons I day, on the premises of the In Re: Adoption of Hi Gloss Cover

time while working there. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulk- : residence and address unknown Bradford County Jail, I will of-I Carol Ann starlingTO Stiff Back 59C
: You i fet for sale and sell to the high- !,I : Gerald atarline 1932:! Ronnie
Jacksonville are ht-reby notified thata
Soles' of
Of Aid Center 1
Hearing Mrs. Mary Vi -Ari spent ner c of; Jacksonville were Labor'I complaint for divorce has est bidder for cash in hand the Ann Drive Marrero, Louislana 140 Sheets Paper :

the weekend with friends here. I Day guests of their parents, been filed against you, and :you above described pioperty of

ANDREWS DRUG STORE She is now residing at Keystone Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Yarbrough are required, to. nerve a ('Op3: of said defendant to satisfy each You are hereby notified thata
i -, your Answer or pleading to the of the Aforesaid Executions. petition has been filed in the
.; I, Heights. II I and the Harold Yarbroughs. 1 k I II Cumplaint on th? 'plaintiffs attorney P. D. "RrddMi Sheriff above styled Court by Ralph J. Binders

I STARKE, PLAZA Mrs. Merle Starling and I|, Earl Dobbs and Gerald George'H; Pierce, P. O. of Bradford County1 f'lorida.i i Parley for the,adoption of Carol! Engineers andArchitects
Drawer S-29:! 4t 919Noriti :; Ann Starling. and you are required -
i 1030. :Starke Florida.
children, Diane and' Michael, ::, Griffis and son visited rela-! ,
to serve a of )'ouran'lwl'r Rules
I and file th !, went to Branford and Lake I i ties in Gainesville Sunday af pleading: i in tjie,) office of th : '; TO IKKM: or objections thereto on Pencil SharpenersProtractors
EVERY FRIDAY City for' the long weekend. ternoon. !! Clerk of the Circuit Court on IN ("flU-TIT IOIKT. "IUu-1 It. A. Green Jr., petitioner's attorneys .
or -heforthe 23rd day of September .'ORI) rOTNTY, }'LORIlUIIno whose mailing address Slide Rules
They left Thursday and then. Mrs.: Lonnie Dobbs of 1163.! If you fail to so niAM'KRV.J. I II is: Starke, Florida and to file
Mr. Starling and other son,: Gainesville spent Monday and 'do/'a->i-ree' Pro C-onfees-o will BRANCK PKUN'E, JR. t the original thereof in the office
Eddie went to join 1 I lie taken against you for the Plaintiff I of the Clerk' of the Tin-nit Courton Stenso Sets
and! Tuesday with her parents, Mr. I I '"
relief before, 16, 19tfi,
10:00 TO 12:00 'j demanded in the Com VS. or September
: all reported that they had a ,, and Mrs. Jim Conner. Her plaint. ALICE MARU>-PEARCE or otherwise show cause on or Compasses

very nice.holiday. mother accompanied her Don and ordered' at Stark, Defend before said date why petition Colored I Map
Whatever invite Mr. i Florida this 2Sth day of Au- Case Xu. 13-276:: I should not be granted
hearing problem to and i
we Mrs.
your you Mourice Star- home for an extended visit. '
gust \ I> IStfrt.rharles :! NOTICE TO APPEAR Herein fail not or a decree
come in! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear- ling had Rev. and Mrs. Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins !'I << A. Darby To: Alice ilarlow Pearce: pro confes will be entered' against Tacks

ing aid, or if the one you are wearing isn't completely and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' spent Monday and Tues, Clerk Circuit Court. who residence is :31-C Preston you for the relief requested -
Bradford County Florida Court (Few" Garden), Durham, in the petition. T-Squares
Bf satisfactory, ,come in. We will gladly talkit H. E. Starling for Sunday day at Wilson Springs with By D rothy'- W. FailingDeputy North Carolina This order shall be publishedonce Glitter, All Colors

over confidentially. And if you need better hear- dinner. i II{ their son Malcolm of Orlando. Clerk I I You are hereby notified that each week for four con-
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Was- George H. Pierce' a suit for Divorce has been j I I St'l'Utl't't' !' ks in the' Bradford Colored Chalk
.Attorney for Plaintiff filed the above / Felt Markers
I against you in County Telegraph, a newspaperof
ing, we will help you in the selection of a better din had as guests Monday Mrs. Clarice Woodard of -8-!9 "4t '..19SEAL named Court and cause and you general circulation in said

hearing aid. their son, Arnold, and family Jacksonville was a Tusday I ( ) are required to serve a copy I County and State. Theme Covers Cardboard
from Jacksonville j -' pt your answer or pleading to Witness my hand and the
Wasdin's .
Mrs. ,
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alice '
the the Plaintiff'sAttorn 'aid'
i t -VOTIfK OF qiFflhfj.5 'I"LF.XOrICF. complaint on peal of Ul't at Starke
COMPLETE SERVICE 'sister-in-law.: Mr. and Cason. i : is hereby given that [. *}e Urecn, Green & l rren. I Florida this August! 5, 1963.

I, Mrs. A. T. Andrews and fam- ., Mr. and Mrs. E. W.. Tompkins -j P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Brad- :Starke:; Florida and file the I CHARLES A. DRBY.As ,
: ily of Gainesville .were guestsof ; ford County, Florida, under and I j original in the .offue of Clerk of said Circuit Bradford County Telegraph
Complete line of accessories and batteries; attended the annual l hr; virtue iif rtain Writs of : Clerk of the Circuit Court on thl'\\ Court Bradford County,

I Appointments in the priyacy of your home or of- Mrs. Andrews' parents Mr. Singing Convention at Live i! Executions to wit: ,; before the 30th day of :; State of Florida.
1>,,1'. 19,'!, otherwise: the allegations -
and Mrs. Wasdin. Sunday. Oak last Sunday. 1. Execution issued out of : By Janet X Carter,
j .
fice. Call us. t ; of said Complaint will -
Robert Cain of Gainesville Circuit Court of Bradford { I
We carry a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Brown ;i County. Florida pursuant to a |I be taken as confessed by you. .
came out Saturday to visit and I i This notice shkll. h.publish't>d I
baby of Tampa were I tax warrant of J. B. Kelly tax: '
I his brother, Richard, and other collector against AV. L. Thigpin i once each w..k.for four consecutive -
I Sunday guests of his brother- i
Have A Hearing Test TODAY! weeks' in the BRADFORD -
Jr. defendant
.for deliquent personal -
relatives in this '
area. I in-law and sister, the Charles property tau in the COUNTY TELEGRAPH. DEW
We invite you to use this service -- No obligation. I Mr and Mrs. John McKin- :: Tomlinsons. ; Amount of $13.12 together with Dated this 23rd! day of August HONES"FiTS
1C6.CUARLE 3.:
ney went to Tampa during th* I costs of collection.
Mrs. Alice Cason had as' A. DARBY
2. Exei-utio'n issued of
Sound Aids long weekend visiting relatives ;t out Clerk the
of Circuit Court.
Living Hearing !
ZENITH weekend guests some of her Small Claims Court of Bradford
i Janet X.
in that area. : I Florida By Carter
County pursuant to a
children Mr. and Jack
Mrs. I Clerk.
4 Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff, final: judgement for James T.
I Cason of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. ; Moore D. B. A. St rke Tire Sales' !i (SEAL) YOIR l'JEEDS"SARATOGA
..& 8-29:! 4t 9-19
Robert Cason and Mr. and > 'and against said defendant in
the amount of $$2.59 together I !
Mrs. Hubert Johnson and little> ..with: .ogtg-.of collection. .1 :NOTICE TO DKFKNDI J
I grandson. :,David Vandiviere 3. Execution issued out of CIKC11T LOtRT. BK.4D-

all of Jacksonville. ,Small: Claims Court of Bradford! FORt cqf>TV, }FLORIDA: '

To You-Our Teachers Mr. and Mrs. Fleming I HEIGHTS

,... Tompkins and sons of States- I
boro Ga. were Mqnday guests j t : STARKE J( STAnKE

of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I f

E. W. Tompkins. '
Mr. and Mrs. .Herman Sapp New Masonry -- Aluminum Awning Windows -- 3 Bed

and children. Debbie Barnett i .

Mrs. Drew Sweat ,and .Ra-I'I' I -I Ii i Rooms 2 Full Baths -- Big Living Room and Dining

mona, Mrs.: Bernice Jones and AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE '
f : at'daughter Kingsley enjoyed Lake an,on outing Labor : Area .. Spacious Kitchen -- Plenty Cabinets -. Storage

; Gardners :
Earl's GarageALL

Day.Mrs. I Room ..
Gertie Hart entertained Gulf Service Carport
with a sing'in her home t OP
,Er : Mechanical Service I
last Friday night. Those pres- AUTO KEPAm WOKE
\ ent to enjoy the occasion were General Repairs Automatic'Transmissions ;

.- Mr. and.Mrs. Earl Dukes, Mr. AD Work Cru&r&ntMd I j I NO DOWN% PAYMENT VA.Samflfl

and Mrs. John Box and children Phat' ".-zn.I. GULE PRODUCTS. j .

t'- of Lake Butler Mr and .. Wilmi. Start TIRES BATTERIES I j I

S.- Mrs. John Ross and children, Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starkei|

A. R. Bruner, Marcus Conner PHONE 964-6781 .!| ,

Heartily welcome back our school Edward Taylor and several -
we !
others. AUTO SERVICEGilbert
teachers who have served our communityso I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ro II I Month '

well in the past. And to our new teachers sier had as weekend guests S. Brown Colonial FloristHAS j ;, j "JI) .'

who are joining the faculty this year their children, Mr. and Mrs. NEW OWNERSDot i .. l'I\ :; .-
Jack Carson of Miami, Mr. ; "
"welcome aboard. We are proud of our lUadari Oil Serrie SUUaa Bagwell, Mgr. ;
and Mrs. Cecil Addison of

schools and of those who do so much to Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs, :;, ATLASmis FRESH FLOWERS : .
make that pride possible. j. S. Sapp and children, of BATTERIES i
Lairtey. Budget Terms- Road Senrice Flow ew Wired World Wide i Drive Out Pratt St. \Vest To Blanding St.'Salesman Has

Whatever we can do to help-we're at.your service.RIDA. Miss Patsy Sweat visited her Starke- Phone 964-6291 '

{ sister Mrs. Ronnie McClel Phone M4-7071 LANDSCAPING ; All Houses Open For Your, Inspection All Day Sunday,

land in Sylvania. Ga. from *

I Tuesday until Thursday.Mrs. 4M N.- Twrple. Stark WE SPECIALIZE. IN I Ii r And \Vill Fully Explain How You Can Easily Be A

: Earl Dobbs and Mrs..
F : Gerald Griffis and' little NURSERY I Proud Home Ovner.DEMETRiEf.
daughter visited relatives in! : Hurst'sService
Private and Commercial
Lake City Sunday afurnoon.| =StationSLNcLth 1
r Property

: '. BROOKER BAPTIST !! 'Also expert .trrtr, mnwtal IIfo .
: BA.N =1-iEttL: : : : BUILDER'S INCI

L _ : _- CHURCH I tI i ii i Tri'
ij County : ,
I j Gaj Oils Lubrication. 4, ... L

One of 31 Banks of \the Florida National Group Rn. James Temple, Pastor i| Goodjrar Tim t Batkrle Development Co. ,
Morning Worship, 11 6915 BEACH HI.rD. RA58422'f 16 i FLA.
8 a.m.I'j, ROAD SHIVICE Truuailng. ;
Evening Service
Member Federal Insurance p.m. .. .
Deposit Corp.
I Ir Training j ji Sarisfctlon Go&rantoed. PHONE
: day School. 10. am. [[706 Walant frarU 964-4111' Your .

Union, 7 pm. Prayer'Service i Lake Butler. HY 6-42S7-I

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Dept. Study ClHKChSunday ;
: m.1 School 10 &. .
To Move MailIn j Sunday School 10 a.

WITH COUNTY Bradford Families PutThere i : jI I l CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Morning Worship, 11 a. m.! Morning Worship. 11 a.m.

Stay iI RR Strike i Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
AGENT I I (87 Elizabeth Givens) Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
YOUR jg 1! I Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,! Prayer'Meeting, WednesdAj.

": is little of the gypsy j Bradford County some 5,738 ] Acting: Postmaster Blake I 1 AAAAAAAALAALALAAkALAA4AAAAALAAL&AAA1L4AAAAA 7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick! 7:30 p. m.CARD.
in the makeup of the average i people have moved to other I Jackson announced yesterday ,
II : Mc-;
Notice To Parents Church News at all services.-iJavid T.
Bradford County resident. HeIsn't locations within the county in''that planes, trucks'and basses OF THANKS .
'I' I" There 'will be a $3 fee for There will be a Sing at I Ghee, pastor.Hillsborough.
: the one to fold up his a period of five years. will be pressed into service to I II Our heartfelt thanks to
I I all students who enter school First Born Baptist Church on!:
tent and move at the drop of> move air and first class mail i!'
friends, neighbors, the doctors
this to cover work texts Sept. 8 at 8 pjn. featuring I I
I to its destination and
hat. move I'
a 1
Fertilize Now to beta the Starlight Gospel Singers, I and nurses who extended comforting ,-
and other supplies i
other classes of
Ir I That fact emerges from a !Ii mail within I J I County in Tam- I sympathy and help in
children ,achieve the of Gainesville. Everybody in-i
i Department of Commerce 1 For Fall PastureIn roughly a 150-mile radius of i your .I pa. We wish'for her a speedyget lour
: j : skills in reading that will 'be vied.Ruby Mae Fisher re- recent sorrow. For the
Starke in the event of a nationwide well she return to
so can
i study aimed at discovering I I
a carry over for all subjects!, porter. I beautiful service, floral offerings -
how often families from preparation for the fall rail strike. : C. Price,
move her job.Mrs. S.
I fee'has been approved by the I Greater Allen Chapel AME and other kindnesses ware
I Ii one home to another. Sought and winter months pasture He noted, however, that instructions I teacher and reporter for The children
ByGeorge i School Board. Each parent is Church will hold services Sunday :I deeply grateful.
T. \ also, was information as ,to owners are reminded to ferti- have been receivednot !:I starting with Sunday Thurston Elementary School. I and family of Andrew J.
in school and life's work. The I
how many families in a given lize grasses now. Summer pas- to accept mailing other I School at 10 a.m. Morning I | Bryan.
HugginsATTENTION \ than first class, airmail, and asked to have the fee paid by I
lived suffered a
locality once somewhereelse. i tures may have
service, 11 ajn. with {he Junior -|'- -- ---- ..,
G _-'V" .' __ _,..'"" wl I loss of quality due to heavy I air parcel post which are destined Oct. I, please. Church in charge. At 3 '

The local figures show that, rainfall and excess growth, for points beyond the second SOS To Parents j pm. there will be an appreci A Gas Genie says:
RAIS- well be the begin
HOG can ,
gram na-l post delivery zone
the great majority of the reports J. R. Henderson, agronomist '"Surround children ation service for Rev. LA...
ERS! You have seen a poster, ning of an accomplishment: extending generally about 150 your I'
tive Americans residing in I with the Florida Ag- !
with books read them books.. Sampson. All members and
you have read in the news; similar to the screwworm eradication -' miles from Starke, for the duration : THOS'EWHO
Bradford County were born in ricultural Extension Service. friends invited to attend.
I and listen to them talk about I
paper, and you have heard program. With any I of the strike, if it occurs. \ j
the State of Florida and have Grass pastures should be books. Make books such a part Thurston Elementary !
program as big as this and I "We are prepared to handle
about this new'hog
people talking never dug up their roots.: fertilized no later than Au- :
involving as many people as any letter or parcel addressed i of their lives that they will Mrs. E. R. Green of Tampa, .
cholera vaccination program -i As a matter of fact, the gust in north Florida. South i think of reading like breath.
who underwent
this there must be few major surgery
a reg- !!to any point provided first ;
These big black letters,! ulations. study indicates tha some 3,510 Florida pasture owners{class or airmail postage is paidon ing." Aug. 20 is reported as much: ;. KNOW

calling attention to this pieI -'. With this program, there people came from other statesto should fertilize by Sept. 15. the item," Jackson said. He ,Would you expect your child;( improved.

I II are two important require- live in the local area. For best results use 50 to 75 i cautioned. however that service to become an expert piano: : Mrs. Lorene B. Williams of :

Ii I i ments. 1. Hogs should not be Compared with the 70 per pounds of nitrogen alone or will be temporarily suspendedon player without having a piano I I i.614 N.W. 4th St. has _been in; USEDid

moved from farm to farm unless cent of the current local pop any complete fertilizer. Nitro- second class magazines and on which to practice? So isj I I Tampa with her sister, Mrs.: ;

they have been vaccinate -i ulation who 'have chosen to gen alone will be sufficient if newspapers, third class matter, the fact that your child must;: Green, since before surgery. you know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants In the'United

at least 21 days prior to ;i remain in their original surroundings -i complete fertilizer has been I and fourth class parcel pack- have books to become an expert -! Mrs. S. C. Price was recently -i States use gas for cooking Why Is gaa their choice

HalitEI moving. Hogs cannot be moved i only 68.1 per cent applied during the season.If ages addressed to points beyondthe reader. The ability to : called to Tampa to the! (Chefs who are responsible for preparing good food know

I through a stockyard or livestock j of the people in the South suitable land is available, second parcel post zone extending read well dictates success or!i bedside of her sister, Mrs..1 that gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearance

I market and back to the I Atlantic States as.a whole make preparation for planting 150 miles from the,, failure in school. Every step j t Green but to her delight she I of foods and they know It's faster, cleaner, more dependableand

farm if have not been have stayed in the area of legumes in grass pastures. found her much jmproved.
they point of mailing.Jackson you tate'now to provide youI j j more economical. Isn't it logical that you should snitch,
t vaccinated at least 21 days their birth. The State of "Louisiana S-l and Nolin's advised mailers that : child with books will pay rich '! 'Mrs. Williams win return: to Natural Gas

prior to movement. 2. Hogs Florida figure is 38.1 per cent. Improved White Clover will(any emergency shipments, such home as soon as Mrs. Greenis "
I dividends in to come. If 1 1i
that do pass through stock-I In many parts of the coun- bring better results than other j as medicine or badly needed years : able to move around very! STARKE NATURAL GAS
try there has been a great white i school is where learning to
clover, recommend
yards or livestock markets and spare parts should be sent first
have not been vaccinated must i, shifting of population in recent the extension agronomist. To class or airmail during the.I read belongs. home is where j welLMrs.. Green is employed by CITY HALL PHONE 964-2331

I be sold only to a recognized years. People have been prepare for planting legumesthe strike, if it occurs, and if the ,. happiness in reading belongs.' the public school system of I
slaughterhouse for immediate I going from the East to the grass sod should be grazed shipment demands delivery be- I

slaughter. I West and to the South. Some closely prior to seeding time yond the 150 mile limit. Perishables "

There has been some misunderstanding -I have moved from harsh climates I according to Henierson.I : such as baby chicks

in the inter-I; to more comfortable I I Excess forage of suitable and honeybees, J hould not be.L AAEA siNEsi

pretation of the law arid some j! ones. Others ,have gone from' quality should be made into mailed for the duration of the B DIRECTORY!

thinking that hogs could not I i, rural to urban areas. ; hay if it is not used for other strike. I

be taken to market under any In most cases, it is the purposes, suggests Henderson.For Mailing of items covered by]I
conditions. Remember that if economics of life that dictatesthe -. S
supplementary pastures ,
the temporary and.limited serv- ', t-I -0---: --
hogs which have not been vaccinated change. Sometimes families of small grain, plans shouldbe I
ice suspension if deposited ati j SALES BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn FARM & INDUSTRIAL MUSIC .
go to the market they move to other localities made for planting early, I;!

BiG must be sold for slaughter.You because their job opportunities and selection of varieties post of f ics immediately prior to :, LINCOLN MERCURY I i I'

will not be able to pur-i or other sources of income should be given special atten the strike, will be made at the I Complete Beauty Culture,I : Gridley Music

chase feeders or possible brood I have declined or eV&pi tion. Florad oats and Florida risk of the mailer. The post (DOMET HAT METCOB Girls Women Men j Central Tractor Co. Co. Inc.
Authorized SaleservicePart.
animals or even bring your I' orated. Black rye produce more office cannot guarantee early i I Tuition Budgeted '! FCRD TRACTORSFord

hogs back home if they have Sometimes it is because forage earlier in the season,delivery of perishable items and JTOEE PLACEMENT J Farming; Implements CENTRAL IKJORIDA-S

not been vaccinated for at; they feel they might do betterin I than other varieties. empha-:other than first class and air- Trained l\IeehanIcs-Go04 1 Special Brush-Up Courses ;I Agricultural Industrial Complete Music Store !

least 21 days. I another environment that i sizes the agronomist. In addition mail parcels, letters, and .other) I i I Ii Central Hairstyling!Complete Service & farts DepL Pianos by Baldwin, Storey A

I have heard no complaints i is more dynamic and holds I rye has more resistance matter if they are in transitat I Used Can Good Used Equipment I dark Henry L. MillerFlsekek -

Cl4& I from our hog raisers about forth the promise of better I'' to the cold weather. the time of the strike or I i Barkley Motors I College III | 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville !
this They are willing office of I
program. I' living. within the post acceptance PHONE S7G-5420 Organs by Bald"In & Conn
I ,
( \ to cooperate in any way to' BETHEL at the time the strike 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville j
The of the GainesvilleB
mobility aver I 615 N. Main Gibson & Gretch Guitars-
eradicate this hog disease i ii begins. I'I II 3764105BUILDING -
age family has been greatly GARDEN SUPPLIES Amplifiers
i'that is so serious and costly.!I I Sunday School 10 a. m.; Jackson noted that Jackson- ,
the Moving
improved over years. 1004
& G Motors Co. N. Main -
I A few other states have had a j I Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Orlandoare MATERIALS
to longer ville, Gainesville
a new area no I I Gainesville Shopping Center
similar program and it has Evening Worship 7:00: pjn. the cities within the Johnson & Paris, Inc.
calls for the hardy pioneering among CADILL&C.OLDSMOBILEF.8SmILMA.N ,
proven effective. Florida. can I that it did at one time. Prayer meeting Wednesday 150-mile zone of Starke which I Complete Line of New and UsedPIANOS
do the same if all people who I 7:30 p.m.Rev.. R. T. Wil continue to full mail I Ridgway Roof
I I Even within the same neighborhood will get
have hogs will keep them vac it is found peopleare liams. service from this office, if and UITAUSmtUMSSUEl.
cinated. Sales and Service
I Truss Co.
constantly on the move, when the strike occurs. MUSICBudget
The best time to vaccinate shifting from one house to, HEDLBRONNBAPTIST CHURCH He urged the public and I 2001 N. W. 13th: Rt. 441 Wood Trasses & Insecticides-Pet Supplies (' emJLillian'

pigs is about weaning age.II another. Often it is becauseof large mailers to, call the post Prefabricated (Components "Wa Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
should be in good con Music
a change in the size of the Sunday School, 10 a. m. office at 964-6401 for detailed I PHONE 876515CraneMotor Any Size Free Estimates 224 N. W. 8th Ave. !
.. .. dition so that the immunizing:
4 sI S riJII! ( family. At other Morning Worship. 11 information or to get answersto "Gainesville Leader"
Its''i i times it is a. m." 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. PDQXE 572-0476
will be effective.
....... JU'a. I i because they want and can,, Training Union. '1 p.m. Evening technical questions involving I 372-3961-Collect Call Gainesville Since 1933
...... ..' .IS_ UILIi1 natural usually to want the your next hogs morn-vaccinated -\;i I afford better housing. I II I| Worship pjn. Prayer I their particular mailing prob-! Co. Fla. I 112 S. E. First GamesTin

: iS. The figures show that, in Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: p.m. lems. U
after the request is made. LARK ANGUA '
ing I
(ru 41 !. Rev. Charles Harvey pastor. INSULATIONROOFINGAll :MOVER
... U : Please remember that there BUILDING SUPPLIES
I .;: y(4fl ,., : r .
are a few hogs on lots of i American
farms in our county., -" !MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO McCoy Building Security Transfer ,

: Hogs are one of the major \ \ \ ADD< UPyoUR.US( : %V.1 N'GFASJ'ERt $,_*.$ 'Ti.i$ = ; i I(Insulation & RoofingCO.
money crops on several of our '\ \ \ : Authorized Sales & ,Service I Supply CenterS & Storage, Inc.

y farms. A great number of our : "'Complete Service for All I AGENTS FOR
folks have rot been followinga LU3IBER I New Roofs Shingles
,' regular vaccination pro or Built-Up ,

gram. But they are coming I 506 E. University Ave. HARDWARE Boulevard! Roof Cleaning & Repairs Inc.
X o. Main and 23rd
into the program now. Pleasebe PHONE :372-4543 Fiberglass Insulation Local & Long Distance! )IovlngCrOngStongePacI4ng
prepared to give us a few PHONE 372-4561

days notice when you are Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville Blown or Batt Phone 376-2666 ,' '
Contractor Retail I
ready to have your hogs vaccinated -I Huge Discuunts or 1040 So. Main Gainesville

It is encouraging to. : DODGE-DART- DAY or NITE

observe that w? are gradually I I DODGE TRUCKS CEMENT PHONE 3764236 NEON SIGNS '

improving the quality and SaIee-Parta-Servico LINTELS WINDOW SILLS'2311 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville,I I
blood-lines of our hogs in I i Jeffcoat
Bradford County. This is On Portable Typewriters "If It's Cement W. Cart It"I LADIES WEAR Neon Signs I

necessary if we are to keep up :Poole-Gable Motors Cement ,
\ jjyith consumer requirements. Cherry'sGainesville's NEON PLASTIC PAINTED I

r A few bogs are a good part of :119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville ,Precast Products .Neon Designing Neon' Repairs I
': agricultural I Most Fashionable Erecting Maln1nane4.-.
well balanced
a 2035 N. E.27th Ave. Gainesville
(o 1 I program. -' I, PHONE ,,%-4SU Address For Ladies /1611 S. Main __ Gainesville I
I PHONE 572-0953
DRESSES-SUiTS-COATS Phone Day 372-0301 I


.0 "(c7 FDAA I $ j :{f"i7l.J. 1m<\: :Paul's Auto Salvage ALL YOUR 105 W. University, Gainesvflfe
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. 'F.W : I CONCRETE PRODUCTS I Parker'sGainesville's :
winner the E I'j.
Buy a now-at I '
Morning Worship. 11 a. m.I ,, '<<- .$; : We Buy Wreckad Cars At ARE THE BEST FROM: MATERNITY WEAR I Most Complete Office
year's lowest prices I Buy a Training Union, 6:30 p,m.Eve- : *
'QX .TOP PRICES Edwards Equipment & Machine
; Building
7:30 Midweek i gSfi ,
Total Performance car whose ning Worship : pjn. i1: .. '< *" ,.- i Nan's, Store. .
Prayer Service, Wednesday ; ----;-".... ,%: '" i An Slakes & Modeb Used Supply, Inc. Complete Office
r5F Planning
amazing record of wins in 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. : 1t : Stork Shop
I Parts 726 6. Main-872-4S44 Underwood Products a

durability tests here and Reg. 305.03() :J ,Teletype Senlce-We will fin* Gainesville Fla. Every Day Sportswear 601 W. University Ave. .
Ford \ Special Occasion Dresses To Gainesville 872-2553
abroad stamps the car of
I 85OJi any part for yon. Formal*-Long Dresses, Slim .
the year. Pick a Falcon, Fair- Now i| Phone 276-4512 ELECTRIC MOTORS I PAINTS :
; Jim Shorts Matching Tops
lane or Super-Torque Ford a reputation j 1301 S. Main Gainesville -

priced I Electric Motor BABY GIFTS Harper Paint Co.
the of the
now. Drive bargain earned by i rDgefw NevI! I
:AUTO TIRES 114 So. Main GainesvilleMONUMENTS We Stock
at neighbor- Repair Co.
aids :
hood Ford dealer's quality : FOR THE BEST IN OF GAINESVILLE: INc SMITH AND

; &fineservicejttato Plus Fe.tures STERLING RECAPPINGCars COMPLETE ELECTRIC DUTCH BOY PAINTSPainter's ;

I -. Tracks Tractors Supplies
MOTOR Gainesville Granite
OFFiCIALFORD Ii IiI FwB-titt Standard Keyboard Hr'. a periaW tHel'i GOT ITI Big cR typewriter ftaturts 10 S. W. 7th StreetGainesville *
100% Grade A Cold Robber
Pag Cote at lOW COST. Perfect for iludentt.,Mark improve. SALES & Marble Works .
? ; loud Seltdot Grades ri...Via Smith.Coiona Slillg-a typewriter1 typ. Factory Trained Recapper "Distributor of t I
I writer guaranteed ta take the homework out of homeweik. New Lincoln Moton" CEMETERY MONUMENTS PHOTO SHOP :
;. AND! ct.oi.f; Colon i Come in. Set it. Try it. Ye H reotty want a Sterlkig I English Tire & PHONE 572-8318 & MARKERSLettering ..

: 1030 S. ){aiD. Gainesville & Cleaning Fuller' Foto, Inc.

HEARING AIDS : Smith CoronaCORSAIR Smith CoronaCLASSIC i Recapping Domestic & Industrial Marble' Central Florida's Finest I
I II 1111 S. Main Street
I .)ffi. T. V. DUCK JR. : & Granite Selection of *
I Gainesville 372-2197 FLOOR COVERING Coffee Tables Counters. New & Used Cameras \
A Aid
Hearing Consultant
Fireplaces Photographic Equipment 6.

From Lowest Priced Full-Featured Key-Set Tabulator Automatic Transmissions I Central Florida Tile 2135 S. E. 4th St. Supplies

; Portable-With Tab Key ,An Outstanding Buy Blaex & White Ftatehlof*
CLEARAETERVILLEGAR MAICO ,HEARING At This Price. Gainesville 576-6151 In Before Noon-Out at 5* '
& Marble Co.
R 79 35
eg. 619 W. University GamesvBIs:
Reg.115.50Back i MotorcycicsScootersStreit's I
Back To
Jacksonville, Fla. will give' 6500 To AND EXCHANGE: Lee's, Monarch Loomweave, :[ Bicycle Shop'

\ FREE hearing te*ts and den' Sale 9500- : Gator Automatic Downs Hancock
i School Sale I Room Size Wall to Wall i:' Cnshman & Vespa Scooters I II Typewriter
onstrations Monday: Sept. at' ,
I Installation Docatf -, BSA-ZnndappMotorcycles EXCHANGE |
Transmission Service I :
: Koch's Drug Store Plus Tax j Plus Tax : Armstrong and Kentfle :-Bales & Service
MOTORSStarke Clary Victor Totaliaji
Starke. Fla. I INC. Floor CoveringsCOMPLETE SCHWINN BICYCLES i Adding Machines, Calculatorsi I


Fla. I I 119 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) TILES MARBLE 6615 W. University Ave. 431 N. :Main, St. Gainesviie I

4 I i. .1!Gainesville PHONE 372-0372) 1540 WaWo ?d. Grille 376-6406 Gainesville 376-7761 i Phone 376-5551 :


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Social Security G/vL w4GIVE I

Do you have a cleaning woman eTAMPb STAMPS

cook, baby sitter, or
handyman? Do you pay your GREEN
help as much as $50 cash in a STAMPS
5 A V
calendar quarter? If so, do
you submit accurate and t .
L.R 1
timely quarterly reports fo" ) v&t g, d, H !lEI rw
social security purposes on 1
fl9S \
:wages paid to your household 4 /Y r
help to the Internal Revenue It

Service John?W. Spann, Jr., District t

.Manager of Social Security. in A K G
Gainsvllle, states that although -
the law has'been in
effect since 1951, there are ,4's' ; ti
still many families who em- "
ploy household help, part or p : M
full time, who are failing to \II j 'm

comply with the law. .These
families, Mr. Spann said,' are \'L4LW I
4 q 1
.w E r
doing their household help an
k van r tss
injustice by failing to report .," Z3 I "r ,, II
their earnings for social security -
purposes inasmuch as "
entitlement to and the a- '
r s
mount of their social security QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED a ;-
payments depends on their PRICES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 7th !i,, '" tr
earnings. And this neglect on '
their part may cost them STAMPS -t: : LB. ,
dearly in time and money ,\
later. GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN (with ribs) = r ilea'
The law requires the employer -
who pays a household Breast LB. 491SWIFT s 98 1b ti W
Ham 4
worker $50 or more in calendar cash In e e o LB. CAN 2
quarter to send in a quarterly 0 W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER CLOSE TRIMMED Grade "A" Quick Frozen, 4-6 Ib. average. Sprinkle cavity
tax report to the District Th h LB. 4' 9/ with one teaspoon salt, rub with one tablespoon fat. Place
Director of Internal Revenue, 19 S Ch k R oast 49 rack in shallow open: roasting pan. Roast in moderate S)
Spann poined out. He said UC LB 1
oven ((375 ) 30 minutes per pound. Delicious and only
that the amount of cash 49. COPELAND SLICED ((12-0) 350 calories .
,, per serving.REG. I
wages paid, not the hours or

days worked, determines Bologna PKG. 3 91, .
whether or not a household :
worker must be reported. He e
all of house-
urged employers .
hold help to comply with this '
law. Failure to do so could result LunchMEAT451L. : "
in the employer being : F3E MORTON Lemon, Chocolate,' Banana. ,' Coconut, NeapolitanWD :
faced in the future with a bill FRESHER, LEANER GROUND NsTvs,6xr, l/aee b ;
for back taxes, interest, and (II vies I 2 FOR 79 : ,
penalties when the employeefiles Beef 5 LB. PKG. $199' I O 0 \
claim for social
a security -
Spann suggested that if a FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK / OLfO f BgA !!!f t 1m ') 1.lB. 51 .
household employer has not = errles.J PKGS.
been complying with the law I Roast LB. J 9/ \ _. .._--: -...:.:...:-=. 1IfI'= ".-..-... .,:...
he! should get in touch with I ,AIE';;:;';.;;-IOH.--" a : ,,.-i MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY .
the Internal Revenue Service I
immediately. Booklet Number I Pot Pies 5I-I 1.
21, available at the social security e e :
office P. O. Box 42, CheeseLB.49? Yellow Solids Hi-Acres Orange .
Gainsvllle, Fla., contains apreaddressed ASTOR FROZE FRESH BABY

'.this purpose. post card for OLE'O JU'ICE s 4 10-oz.:.S1.

I ssMSi I !I I d r e PKGS: ,

Presbyterian Church 50 Extra /N. Green Stamps p Limit 2 atONE ASTOR FROZEN FRESH .', ,.

II. Walton Grady, Minister WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF this 10-oz. ." ) .
iI s price B 4 51"
o-oz. PKGS. :
Week of Sept. 8-14: Breaded Shrimp | with $5. order ; 1
Sunday Sunday School, or more ""' "
9:45: a.m. Morning Worship.
please. ,LB. .' .
11 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 6 I R ePPYH ,
pm. Evening Worship 7:30: p. :
TuesdayCircle 2 meeting, "
10 aon. Circle 3 will meet with + !: .
i f i1rt i41 ,,..,,,.
Mrs. John Davis. Circle 1 50 Extra WC Green Stamps SAVE 7J/2* EACH STANDARD Limit with $5.00 order or more. i MOUNTAIN : .
meeting with Mrs. W. J. Ep t
person, 8 pjn.Wednesday. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF : ..; GROWN

Meeting Thursday, 7:30: -p.m.-Senior Deacons Choir FIVE Green PKGS. FROZEN Peas ASTOR T 0 m a t.e 5 303 CAN 5 1 I 'I'y' ,),

practice 7:30: pm.uiuciuu n'N } '..yt., .f
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dh1 d J ulce I 9 e e 4 46- %. CANS. $1 \q'J': ;,}{\11,.:, ; ,\

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50 Extra W Green Stamps --' \'.


Chopped Steaks 1 i4ii 12-oz. y


ItINGHI 33 r l .p SAVE 11* EACH BLUE or WHITE ARROW . .. .

I I P P Y. r 1I r ,P E r. Detergent Gr. 481 4 % e 4

50 Extra SMC Green Stampste 1 LB. /

RETRACTABLE PEN N$ ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN SAVE 21* EACH Limit one with $5.00 order or more: BAG

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.This ball extro-length pun balances Lind/per. 50 Extra&)Green Stamps Tissue. 2 ROLLPK c. 191 0' !I !t YATOES4lbS49

fectly in your hand to WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF gONE ;
oivt you truly Tension. 28-OZ PKG. CRACKIN' GOOD I4 t .i".t.: : .i-;

free writingKING !SIZE I/ INK Big i 60 Family Gremes .j . "'-'. -. <

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runs : .. -
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writes and writes with A SHORTENIh : i
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BE WISE..BUYKING 50 Extra #*/ Green Stamps STAMPS : -' (

..looks vou the feels smooth.and Skip gives, THREE 32-oz. CANS rik"AIO k. Shortening g Astor Coffee.GOOD -\'-

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expect from only the : .;1t'1
most expensive pens! THRU SEPTEMBER 7TH ;t } it;;;! 'f


II 3LB. '\ MB. CAN I

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6 SO Extra J M J. Green Stamps' Mr..

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Limit one with $5.00 t one IL ,
Uinufictured by UNfiY KM CO*INC. AT ANY WINN.DIXIE red r" .
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