Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01239
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1962
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01239
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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will lose 26 of their 149 teachers ... -'. 'V'ft, _ raises for employees in Clerk Office Duties

r this term and eight will -& ___ Addison, 33, formerly of Lake Butler, was Starke's natural gas and
transfer p' convicted Saturday of first degree murder with street
from a rec- departments and city
one school to
another within the county. .,. ommendation of mercy, for the slaying of State Trooper hall workers were quietly announced t

But according to County :' Edwin J. Gasque last October 26. by_ the city council I I w.. -i!; .. A discussion of city utility policy by the Starke

School Superintendent Har- 1 | The verdict was returned by ..-:....: I at its regular meeting Tuesday uas War Rages; city council Tuesday nighl: saw several functions

mon P. Morgan, all but a few ft., r5 4A': ,,' '.. an all-male jury in Duval night. Prices Take I change hands, among whicl]!1 were several duties form-
of the vacancies have been t 41r1. ..._ I County Circuit Court at 12:20: ..1.:-. .::)+:.' 1'. Council had previously giv- DipGas I erly charged to the city cL rk.

tentatively filled- He would p.m. Saturday after five hoursof en pay hikes to the police and
The council also
1i stations in Starke unanimc Usly) ruled that city utility
release no however deliberation. fire departments and had
names $ _
since final contracts have not J --- :3-'t. -- .'. Addison's companion Ru- ,: '$ I promised consideration to all and the surrounding area bills will become delinquei n it 10 days after they are
yet been signed.To I jjz '. dolph John Pavlas, 46, of Hialeah __ departments. Only signifi- were in the midst of a gas received by the customer. The new rules will be in

lose 26 teachers is about was found guilty of murder _ cant city official besides the price war this week. effect on any bills received after August 1.

average, Morgan said, and &- I __ in. the second degree, without councilmen themselves; who Regular is selling at most Edwards said that under
t k.i.: ____ did not stations at 23.9 cents per the present system customercan states that during the seven
even the 18 teachers leaving : recommendation. receive a pay raise a I
Bradford High do not worry I The verdict against Addison 1 __ __ was City Clerk Merrill Ed- gallon. go an entire month after months from last November 1

him. Two of the 18 are EN means an automatic life sen- wards who is still drawingthe Local distributing firms his meter is read before his through April 24 the amountof
tence : .:: $5.000 would not venture a guessas bill becomes delinquent. He delinquent or uncollectible
transferring to other schools while Pavlas' conviction I t same per year.
within the county. carries a sentence of from 20 .r Edwards had requested increases to how long the cheaper explained that meter read- accounts totaled $1,493.32.

''We've had more applications : -_, years to life. for both himself and price would be maintained, ers have to start on the city's Service has been discontinuedon

this year than in the Under Florida law, both his office workers. Tuesday but offered! the explanation 2,500 electrical customers at bills amounting to $536.92

last several," the superinten- Mrs. Anderson (left), Mrs. Cressler men would be eligible for night he expressed his appre- that the price war began least 10 days before the bills that were one month past

dent ciation to the when an independent I are sent out on the first of t due, $353.99 two months past
stated, but added that "consideration" of parole after council for the I
I Io{;:. =-R. <- 7"' station offered it I: i due, $295.01 three *
as that mon i5 11t;
"Some of the ones we have Long-Time Teachers Retire serving six months of their raises granted the office work- each month. Thus the 10 days I
hired won't show up." ; terms. The Parole Commission Addison ers and again asked consider- price to truckers. before the bill Is sent out and due, and the remainder. of :ho

..... .. ation for himself. Company stations responded the 20 before it's considered $1.493.32'past. due accountsare
"Most of the teachers who office in Starke y :": >::.:: _ _I
apply here want to be close After 67 Years Of ed, however, that this eXPlain-I Councilman Chairman J. D. by posting the delinquent adds up to 30 days. four months delinquent or
price for all more.
to the University of Florida mean the men would be eligible -I -' Doyle answered the clerk by I comers.Supplement Council also transferred the

and but for that I don't know for actual parole after six : V. : I saying that "there just isn't responsibility of cutting service The council also instructed

how we'd ever fill all our positions a total of 67 years senior high months, but only to have their I I enough money to give every- to delinquent accounts I I Clerk Edwards-to refer all
English at Brad-
," he stated. of service to education these I I : cases start being reviewed. i one a raise at the same time." Hike I from Edwards to Light Plant complaints and requests for
for High School before going I I
k i: I service to the appropriate department -
Morgan also said the coun- two long-time Bradford into full-time On life sentences parolesare Those granted pay hikes Superintendent Merrill Dees. !
ty will be able to hire three County school teachers, Mrs. I Starke library work at not usually granted until ,- were: The clerk is to provide Dees: !I head instead of attempting -
Elementary School
more teachers next year, Eva Anderson [left] and Mrs. 1954. in at least eight to ten years of :.. : Natural Gas Superintendent Action DelayedBy with a list of delinquent customers -: I ter himself to handle that the mat-

bringing the total to 152. The, M. W. Cressler were honoredby "Dedicated" was the term the sentence has been served, .. .. .. Oscar Davis from $102.50 to each month. I ments be made; no adjust-
number of teachers a countyis the Bradford Education Association applied to even with good behavior, it < ?: $107.50 weekly and AssistantGas Chairman J. D. Doyle declared on any utility
the two retiring ,: bill by any. unless it
eligible to hire is based on last Friday was said. Superintendent Bob Pat- School Board that the amount of delinquent person
upon educators
by County School I has first been
r the school's average daily attendance their retirement with a din- Superintendent Harmon P. At the time of the murder terson, $80 to $90. utility accounts has approved by thecity :
[ADA] and Brad- ner. Addison had escaped from a Street'Foreman Edwin I risen 58 per cent over last I council and general light
Morgan last Friday as he con : plant
ford High is expected to add Fifty-seven of the 67 yearsof South Florida prison camp Smith was raised from $80 to; I Action has been delayed year. According to a report superintendent, and
gratulated the
on ; that
two teachers and Starke Elementary -. service were spent in the while serving a 7% year sen- $85 per week. Other mem- I until budget-making time in of City Auditor George Dan-: no salary increases be
many years of fine service of[
: made to
one.Teachers I school system of Bradford teaching. tence on a breaking and entering bers of the street department; July on raising salary supple-: delake of Jacksonville the amount any person without

leaving retiring, County. Mrs. Anderson has I charge. He was also Pavlas have already received pay ments of Bradford County of uncollectible accounts -!. permission of the city council

or transferring to another taught mathematics in this I under a four-year sentence for I I hikes. school teachers, according to rose from $445.61 in in regular session.A .. .
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school within the county are: county for 40 years 10 in Fair; Bonds SaWReaches Durgiary, wmcn was to start;. City Hall workersCar- superintendent Harmon P. _iaoy: ; to 2292.75 in 1960-61.? 40 J.w..u.UIlI4UU)ucu ujr;

Bradford High School -, Lawtey and the remainder in upon completion of the longer dicated that he would appeal olyn Redgrave, $77.50 to $80 Morgan. The auditor's report further the council read "These are

Charles Frances, named prin- junior and senior high schoolin $13,600Sale term. When the verdicts were an- per week; Elise Pass $45.50to The School Board, meeting changes that we feel will relieve -

cipal at Hampton Junior High Starke. Mrs. Cressler has Pavlas was released from nounced, Pavlas sighed, with $47.50; and Hazel Thomas Monday, discussed the sup- Appreciation Told sibilities the city clerk of respon-

School; Rosalind Grady taught in Bradford County for of bonds to financenew prison in 1960 after serving a apparent relief, but Addison $47.50 to $50 per week.Youth plement hike, Morgan said, which he now rus

transferrfng to Southside Elementary 17 years, the remaining eight Bradford County Fair six-year term for armed robbery maintained the same stolid expression but decided any increase given City For Clearing that lice. are not a part of h1.If-

; Mrs. Eva Anderson, being spent in other Florida buildings reached a total of that had been evident now could only be a token Industrial SiteStarkes feel In making these cha > !:js

retiring: Principal Hugh ;'In'gram : ,, schools. She taught junior and $13,600 as of Monday of this Both men have lengthy FBI I 'throughout the trial. Both 01 InjuredSeriously raise." The Board had agreedto we the work load oi ,ae
jty' clerk .
{ to .take a Job with the week. A total of '$25,000 must record; $' for:;breaking,find' entering them'were quickly led.back to review supplements of all city coun ll.j pad hi ft perse ciw1rPt1reeflU6ii. !

Florida Education Association be raised'by1'June 15 it-the ; burglary, '.and numerous -: jatt... ."' .: ',_ When* 'te herrec' iy1ng'ezra. money regular, mefctfn? fuSw| *. J1.rhtenedJ!'
Red-1 other offenses. Addison's lawyer, Zach H. after a group of citizens night heard the council I
Principal Ray T rnadollut venture is to be successfuland gratitude expressed -
,..,. with | Douglas of Jacksonville, used Thrown By HorseWayne met with them May 15 and for :
dish, to. take a position some concern for reaching Judge A. W. Graessle, who i the city's .nart. In r.lear-i Ordered
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nine defense of asked purchase 01 a
the U. S. Government. the total within the deadline sat at the trial, said he would witnesses one II supplement hikes for ing the old city dump for an new
Other 'BHS teachers leaving Last Thursday date was expressed' by set a sentencing date at the them being Dr. Samuel Hibbs, Blankenship, 12- Bradford. High football coaches. industrial site. disposal plant at for a the cost11 city
a Tampa psychiatrist who
tare Rosemarie Lewis, Audrey fair association officials at end of a 10-dayappeal period, year-old son of Mrs. Margaret Carl Johns Sr., chairman of $880.65 to the city. Sd": ft!
testified that Addison But the
Berger, Stephanie Spanier, JoAnn their regular meeting Monday, but neither defense lawyer in- was tem Blankenship of 518 N. Church Board stood pat in the newly formed Bradford Superintendent S. R. Hicks

It Rowe. Pete Fresneda, Jim At Trail The $25.000 sale of bonds porarily insane at the time of Street, was hurt seriously the face of the sports enthusiasts' County Development Authority explained that the 20-jeai-

,Pierce, Mrs. Jim Pierce, Leah Ridge would be matched with state Local Man Paid killing Hibbs Gasque.said that Addisonhas Tuesday afternoon when pleas in the belief that appeared before the council old unit presently being u. ed
1 Button, Ruth Dunmire, Katherine money now available, and thrown from a horse he was supplements should in person to express the is rusting out and is almost
1. May, Head Football A small Tornado would be used to construct $1,500 Damages In a "sociopathic [psycho- riding at the P. D. Reddish not be raised without a review authority's appreciation. He unusable.
that disintegrated pathic] personality" and experienced of the entire
L Coach Lennard Register, who I before buildings at the new fairgrounds farm. supplement told the council that the value Explained to Clerk Edwards
1\ has accepted a similar posi- serious on U.s. 301 North. Land Dispute SuitIn "a psychomotor The horss. apparently became set-up. of the property has been that each construction
proportions ;
or doing I
seizure" at the time of the Superintendent
tion in Panama City, and However, should the group frightened at a cattle- Morgan reiterated greatly enhanced and that the job going within
any damage, formed in the shooting. He testified that the on city limits -
'- Frances Poe.Hampton fail to raise the needed a suit for punitive dam gap and shied, throwing Wayne board's position' city now has land to offer any must have
mining master
area electrician
at DuPont's Trail a
this seizure was similar to a Monday when he
Junior High Ridge plant about amount within the prescribed ages last Thursday a Circuit ,. who fell on the metal said, "The industry which might consider or plumber licenced
: last form of amnesia and said that supplements will
School-Principal J. C. Hobbs I Thursday afternoon. time matching money would Court jury ruled that Rayon- structure. His injuries included possibly be settling here. Johns also by the city on duty at all
Addison did not actually know raised
who has been named principal The column of whirling then be reallocated accordingto ier, Inc., must pay plaintiff L. he shooting the when a broken right wrist, a much." some He but not too specifically thanked CounCil- times. Edwards told toe

II\ 1 of Southside Elementary sand, that extended from the A. J. Thomas, Jr. who is A. Wynn $1,500 in' a land- he was killed Gasque. gun ruptured liver, internal bleed- that "If the further stated man Carl Hurst who headed council that several companies : -

g School; Rebecca Jusick, who ground into a black cloud, at attorney for the group. line dispute. When State Attorney Wm.A. ing, and one kidney torn some supplements Board it will raised the city's effort in the project. have done jobs in Stark

I is transfering to Southside least l a thousand feet high, Meanwhile smaller bond I The suit resulted after Hallowes asked if the doc loose. He was brought to a them all." raise Approximately 20 acres on by .paying for the use of a

1 Elementary: Mrs. Lillie Barnes grew from a small twister, purchases have been lagging; Rayonier gave Wynn nqtice tor would change his opinionif local doctor for emergency Morgan had the site of the old dump, on:', master electrician or plumb-
"< and Mrs. Ramona Wor- starting in the tailings pile: and it was pointed out that that his fence was on'the he knew that immediatelyafter treatment, and then carriedto in the previously stated Edward's Loop southwest of!' er's licence but have not kept

I at Trail Ridge. With growing: the bonds can be bought withas company's land and would the shooting Addison the University of Florida [Continued May meeting be-' Starke, has been cleared by j the man on the job, which 1?

ley.Southside Elementary School turbulence the whirling wind i little as 20 per cent down I therefore be cut. The com had said, "Let's get out of Medical Center in Gainesville. on Page 4] the city and county. [Continued on Pase 41 I

and Mrs.I and sand and financed at either local I then followed suit according -
Florence Suarez expanded to a diameter pany here," Dr. Hibbs replied no.
Kate Sheppard. who will of 50 or 60 feet at the bank. The bonds bear five percent to testimony by cut- Asked how he could deter- Juveniles Held

J transfer to Bradford High ground, forming a "snaking;j interest on each December ting the fence and some timber mine from an examinationthree :

School: Principal Tom Casey, column" into the cloud. It was; 1.For. on the land fenced by months after the shoot- For TrialIn

l who has been named principal plainly visible from Starke a; example-a $100 bond I Wynn. ing that Addison had had the

1 I at BHS, and Mrs. Gail distance of five or six milesI financed would require $10 Wynn who lives on Hamp- brief seizure at the precise Circuit Court

Shiner. 1 Lew Muir a member I down and 12 monthly pay ton Lake claimed the ques- second he shot Gasque, Dr.

Starke Elementary School- DuPont staff at Trail Ridge, ments-of $7.25 which includeslife tioned land had been under Hibbs said he could express

Mrs. Hazel Cressler, retiring; said he was'standing within insurance, interest and I fence, by both him and his such an opinion even two or Bonds totaling $7,500 were I, _

Mrs. Lurlene Anderson, Mrs. a hundred feet of where the documentary stamps. father before him. The plain- three years later upon examination set Monday as three Starke _

Ernestine Register, Mrs. Mar twister seemed to originate. Anyone wishing to buy a tiff was represented by Attorney of the patient. juveniles, in a hearing before'
Eliza- The forward movement was bond need simply contact the S. T. Dell of Gainesville -
lon Conner, and Mrs. Dr. Hibbs said that Addison County Judge T. A. Yawn, '
[Continued on Page Six very slow at first, Muir said, bank of his choice up until]I and Rayonier by the ; is a very angry,
and anyone threatened could[ next Monday. The bond sale firm 0 f Botts, Mahoney, hostile individual who has repressed were bound over to Circuit

I have easily moved from its committee will hold its final I Whitehead, Ransaur & Had- this intense anger" Court after being charged )

FISH FRY 1: path. The.column growing in .rePort meeting that* evening. low of Jacksonville. and that this brings on the I last week on two counts of

i.intensity and size all the '. .. "' -"U '- anti-social behavior exhibitedby breaking and entering. ,
while remained in the. mining t'
"'"I!:'''' 2 the .
June 15 man.Attorney Lawrence Kimbler 17
I Friday, and
area.for 20 or 30 minutes : :: > < : Homer Q. I
6 to 8 P.M., .,,I finally picking up forward j'.". ', :i. ,',:.:..";: brough of Miami who represented KimI-I. 15-year-old Marvin Moodyare

FIRST speed and .moving off in a. ; '" """ '- ,f! Addison in a criminalcase under bonds of $3,0004

I southwesterly direction into a it1. : 'i in Dade County, said he each on two counts of break- .
wooded -
area. i -- --
i believed the man insane at ing and entering, and Bill
A cloudburst of rain came ''<, ...". '" :.:i. I,r the time of frilling The eight Bradford High School
, "' 'J \,. Gasque Klondes, also 17, is under a, ; BHS Seniors seniors shown above each:
I about that time,' Muir said, ,' Vit. ;- because: Addison had attempted won awards at their Class last .
.' .' :: $1,500 bond on a single count. Night Thursday for outstanding
Adults $1 ;, and'the tornado apparently] /.. ,{:.;;. .,/ '." '', "... ,. t to run over a beverage All three youngsters have achievements in some area during their high school ca
: Children 50c 'I.disintegrated. 'l gent with a car during moonshine confessed to the crimes, according reer. From left to right they are DeWayne McBae, Martha
The dark, funnel-like formation Challenged To
arrest tried to flee the
1 to
Deputy Sheriff Long, Ann
;i was sighted by .. i i Mary Long, JoaJyce Graham, Linda Wa&din, JoAnn
person- _, ... 23-story Dade County Jail viaa Willard Williams and are in MoUey Bernie Collins
i'I nel at forest fire observation ____;'t. -' -- ',' '1t'iii' 154-foot rope of sheets, and Bradford County Jail- and Marilyn HernwalL
towers at Keystone Heights attempted suicide 'Life Of -
sponsored by, Men of the I I and Santa Fe River and reported his wrists.in jail byslashing Kimbler and Moody are Purpose "Every Senior I know hopes I graduated "en masse," being

t' charged with breaking into,' to settle his or her life upon introduced by name and then
'Church for benefit of the to FoIest Service headquarters
i : tk .
I ie The tower .ija?: ___ -__. Various relatives of Addison the New Method Cleaners on L'I A challenge to fellow some useful purpose, some- standing as a group, each
E\ keepers graduates -
fund. :
testified to actions by him thing which
Temple Avenue on May 25 and t will be a con- moving the tussle on his or
said they,lost sight of the ,I lifetime of purpose" -
r formation as a child and a young man taking $70 in cash, and all I tinual source of inspirationand her cap from the left to the
however It' was sounded
by Bernie
as )
.. which led "
: ; them to the opinion three boys are charged withthe L interest, the speaker right side, signifying gradua
disappeared in a downpour of : that he was insane. Hallowes, April 26 entry of the highlight of valedictorian the 1962 as a said. "We want something to tion. Diplomas were issued

rain.Pete }. however, elicited from severalof I Bradford Builders Supply graduating work for something to be after the program concluded.
: exercises in the
-- Griffis. a farmer on : ; them the BHS auditorium -
This Space Contributed the Griffis Loop: east of I I admission that from which they took items Friday night. enthusiastic about"As De Wayne McRae, class

.. .. they took no steps to have valued at nearly $100. a surprise highlight of president gave the
Starke said he saw the black I --.. -- .. -. .- --' Predicted showers, that did welcoming
Weekly to Publicize i iI L Addison committed the evening, Bernie
as a mental was address and
'j column extending into the According to Deputy Williams not materialize caused the Marilyn
patient.In awarded the
Events I Ii cloud and agreed that it Farmers Learn Young In BradfordAllen the 15-year-old Moody commencement program to be annual Starke HernwaU. samtatorfan. gave
Community by seemed to break up as it mo- arguing for, acquittal for boy was the master-mind of held inside rather than in the Rotary Club scholarship for the farewelL Rev. Walton

i ved off in the general direction Hicks, two-year-old son of Mr. and Sirs. Milton BIds Pavlas. attorney Lacy Mahon the two crimes. He has a previous footmall stadium as scheduled. $400 annually to assist with Grady of the First Presbyterian

The CommunityState of Keystone Heights. of Starke is almost hidden behind two out-size turnips grown :Jr. declared that the state record, having served L Friends and relatives of his college education. The presentation .. Church, brought the invo

Muir said the whirling In the garden of his grandfather, S, R. Hicks. The turnips .had not shown any premeditated eight months in the Industrial LI I the 149 Seniors largest was made by Freeman cation.

Bank column of wind and sand passed measure about seven inches across, and weigh a total of four design on Pavlas part School for Boys for stealing i graduating class In BHS his- Register, Jr., Rotary The processional and recessional -

over pipelines leading pounds. Another endorsement for chicken fertilizer,, says Mr. t a: kffl. Casque, and that the dry goods from the Bottom I tory filled the auditorium president. marches were playedby

j jr Continued on Page Sixl Hicks. ';felony they were fleeing from Dollar in 1960. to overflowing, and many bad Due to the unusual size of the Bradford High School

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Mrs. David Reid and sons Janice Vickers of Brunswick,] Mr. and :Mrs. Mac Patch and

of Jacksonville spent Wednes- Ga. is spending a week with ', family were in Lae City Sat & w I.SS I.. Library Story ''D. Green 1st vice president; )II sented with a 15-year membership -

day with her sister, Mrs. Jane Adams while Jean Vickers urday visiting :Mr. and Mis. S Zipperer, 2nd vice award, and H. B. In-
-" [To Be Televised I president; Dr. D. W. Whif- gram will receive a 10-yes
..... Dolph Reddish, and family. is visiting Joyce. Denmark.: Howard< Luebkev _
Mr. and Mrs. Jim ,Ritch Mrs/Tom i I fen, 3rd vice president; C. W. award.
Rev. and Mrs. Bob Badgetthad Mr.fand. Slade and 1
.to The story of the Santa Fe C olson
\ and Mrs. Daisy Ferryman as Sunday guests Rev. and sons of Jacksonville are.spending tS- S i I
t Regional Library, and how W- T. Jackson, tail twister; ,
.; .,.\. GLADYS. MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 were Saturday evening supper Mrs*J. ).(. Nobel and Dale and this week at the Slade guesthouse Bradford '
and Alachua Coun I Gerald Williams, Lion tamer;
., '
-'. ..':''. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Sharon Knight of Lake City. .on Kingsley Lake. ATHLETE'S FOOT
.. ties work together on the and directors for two ,
F project -
t .:Mis,Charles Ritch in Gainesville.Mrs. and Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Sherwood -, )Mr. 'and Mrs.. M. W. O'Bren I HOW TO TREAT IT-
{ Parker of Cocoa will be shown on Chan- N. L. Woodburn and Maxie
h "visir Mrs. Charles Parsons of : Don Page spent 'Fri, and family of Bart w.I bf Tallahassee spent the weekend -' Apply in taut-dry in i T4L. You feel
was ig. Her mother. Mrs. nel 5 (Gainesville] at 7:30 I take hold to check itching, burningminutes.
Amsterdam, N. Y. the day to Tuesday with Sgt. and .with her Mr and p. Carter Jr. .
L. S. Hutto. was Jan of Atlanta, Ga I parents, | S rhea in 3 to 5 day, II.it
and family from I Mundorff m. Tuesday June 12.
Monday overnight guest of Mrs. R. W. Reese in Golds- : :Mrs.-T. H. Slade. .. .- ;| I H. B. [Hal] Russey of : infected skin slouch off Watch bea!U
Wednesday to Sunday. Mr spent Monday to.Wednesday Television skin replace it. If not pleased CM: t\\
her brother and sister-in-law, boro, N. C. and attended the ,jof I Mr. and Mrs. ,N.D., Wainwright -:!L 5't cameramen were Jacksonville. Deputy District HOUR. your 48c back ;at an> ,"
... Parkerjoined his family on last week with his pareats. ;! in Starke early Wednesday store. NOW at
Friday for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar graduation of Dorothy Green Mr. and Mrs. R.- E. 'Mundbrff,, of Hollywood, and Mrs. !I morning filming the Bookmo-)! Governor at Large, will serve i]
Jr.Alice. Reese from high sch ot. I D. T. Clark of Miami were ,
installing officer. | ALL DRUG STORES
,. Mrs. Ben. Tavares of :Memphis !who were vacationing at Sa1t3Fe '' J bile as it stopped at the : as
Gene Sumner of Tif ton, weekend of M.r.and Mrs. I
guests ,
Kilgo of Macclenny 1 W. T. Jackson will be
Tenn. and son, John Murray : Lake. : Starke library and was greet- pre- -
is Ga. is the new manager of jJ. R. Wainwright aad attel1Jed.I
SI spending this week
with her
of Jacksonville, were week- 1 ,. ed by county commissioners I .
uncle and aunt Farmers Mutual Supply in Have you aa old refrigerator. 'the, graduation of Betty Lou I i I
and Mrs.
end guests.. *,".of Mrs. Errol ,Alvarez. John Torode.Mr. Starke. Mr. Sumner and hisu.L I fan or tool* which yotfno' longer )!Waiwri2ht: from BHS on Friday -; ( library_u personnel and, others. : "I T 1. I
_u_ __ _'-_ -'_ __ _._._ use. Convert them into cawinow. : I insiae scenes were also filmed .
.. Mrs.. Ax, ,Z., Adkins attended and Mrs. L. A. TaylorSr. wiie ana Davy aaugmer, uma, > Phone 964-3101 and ask : night.. They' also attended; S 5 in the Starke library Mmmerume Loveliness!
1 are residing at 347 N. Cherry !j1 the biessing of. the marriagj of jj I
the gradua'tton; of her grand- of Jacksonville were SUn- St. ::for classified.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelousos/i a : .. <, showing the various depart- ,

children.:Jane and Jimmy Guy day.evening guests of Mr. and Two members of the 1962 I1 I J."C. Safctf entered theJ. Saturday night in Jacksonville.'_ ........""A $ I ments, including the attractive -!J

from Gainesville High School Mrs. Merritt Williams.Mr. I' I, Julia Miller Medical Center children's room. | i
will is the former
graduating class enter Mrs. Kopelo sos _
Wednesday eve tllg. and Mrs. Dwight Mar- the armed forces in the near 1]''Sunday for a checkup. < Miry Katherine Wainwright. Donna Faxon II From Starke, the Channel 5 : It's Your's in our t

Mrs; Claudia DuPuis and :Mrs. shall and family of Apalachicola future. Junior Hunter 0 l'' J. H. Fields and Mrs.\1 'Mr: ,* and Mrs. Ray Reddish Wins $300College cameramen went to Lawtey, i I

Ernest Huggins of Alachua are spending a week with Herbert Green and daughter' of where scenes were filmed
Starke will join the Air Force I will: leave.soon for: Hair Style-of
were visiting Mrs. W. B. Alex- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben and Pat Patrick of Lawtey Starke. and Mrs. R. A. Tanner D. C. where Mr. WashingtOI\\ Grant I showing school children obtaining -

ander last Friday. Rowland.Mrs. Baldwin visitors books from
\ the Book-
I of were
has enlisted in the Army. begin work with the U. S. Information The--Month. Get
When yoa care to send the I I J. E. Hardy of Starke,! .Mrs. James C. Hoppe and of Mrs. Harold Ford in C.Q-I Agency. After 11 week's Miss Donna Dee Faxon, :I mobile during its stop at the ,,

I Very best. HALLMARK I and Mrs. Mattie Barry 'and daughter, Lynda, of Tampa training in Washinjton, Mr. daughter of :Mrs. Bessie Fax- Lawtey school. I

Fathr' -Day Cards at Bull- .L. W. Barry of Brooker attended will spend next week with I coa.Mr.. and Mrs. Wesley Andrew Reddish, accompanied by his on of Gainesville formerly of \: your s Now .

ington's. the funeral of a nep- Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.'and Mrs. Jessie Chastain who I,vife, will be sent to a Ltin Starke, has received a $300 Lions ClubiOfficers

Larry and ,Gerald Tanner hew, Douglas Deas, in Haines J. W. Kincaid. spent a week recently at Salt American country for from I scholarship from the Gainesville

6f Jacksonville are spending City Tuesday. Douglas, who Have you an old refrigerator, Springs had as visitor' while two to five years to take partin Scholarship and Loan Installed .,) PHONE
two 'weeks with their uncle there Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams Fund to be applied to her I
was to be married in two fan or tools which you no longer -I : the government's anti-Com

and *unt, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. weeks, was killed in 'an auto- use. Convert them into cash and Mr. and Mrs. Canton! munism program. Prior to leav- college education at the University I New officers of the Starke 964.8341

Tannef-. and of Starke of Florida this fall and Lions Club will be installed ata
I mobile accident Sunday. ,now. Phone 964-3101 and ask Chastain son ing Starke, Mr. Reddish was
for classified. and Mr. and Mrs. George Cott- dean of students at Bradford winter. t Ladies Night event in the

[:I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bolin man of Ocala. County High School. The scholarship was awar- Lions_Ien. tonight. [Thursday] Glamo-Ree Stylist

Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand r ded on the basis of Donna I at 7:30 O'Clock.Taking .
and children of Athens, Ga. 's. :
Sinclair and t''f' : academic a chi evement in over their new duties -
Evelyn i
I and Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Bolin I Ave.
Held N.
Rites 353 Temple
weekend Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Denmark Gainesville and because she at this time will be: Wm.J. I
ILORIDA of Pahokee, were I
I spent the weekend at Crystal L' <* ranked in the upper eight per Brown, president; Inman..
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ,
Speer while enroute to South. River. They were joined by Mr Monday Foris cent of all Florida high school i''' II

Florida.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas of Crescent seniors, according to the Senior '1

City. and Mr. and Mrs V. Johnson Placement Tests of 1962. .
and Mrs. R. A. Green
and Carl Roberts of Lake Butler. Donna attended Bradford nl'A St1NGHOUSE TO
and children of Tavares YOUR "
-THEATRE- Mrs. J. H. Hooten of Eustis Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Currie and John Victor Johnson, 68, of High School through the 9th //fOUS E. \} .

daughter. Janice, of Lake Ct grade, and for the past three WITH A PltWI \}
spent Sunday with Mr. and Route One st rke, died Sat-

Mrs. R. R. Hutchings.Rev. were Friday evening guests of urday morning in a local hospital years has attended Gaines-
Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Long. ville High, where she was active -
: Friday and Saturday 8-9 t and Mrs. William L. after an extended ill-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F'rth in glee club dramatics,
Baggett of Houston, Texas
spent May 25 to June 3 in Bele ness.Mr. school newspaper, and several -
of Mr. in
were Tuesday guests Johnson was born
t1TOA rTSmUBtSmE1M.GM.nti1 ville, Mich. on business and other activities. During
and Mrs. A. Q. Smith. Sweden on Feb. 8, 1894. He
visiting friends. They also at- her she cho-
senior year was
Dr. J. W. Brownlee. Mrs I was a master carpenter and
tended the Indianapolis Aut French delegate to the
sen as
Joe Wilson. and Mrs. W. G building contractor, and liv-
races on Memorial Day. State French Congress
: received -
Stringf ellow attended the ed at his home "BlueberryHill
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill wei superior ratings in district --,

.. I graduation of their nephew, guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. C. ;J. ," on Highway 100 [south] and. state vocal- contests- ;_ ,--- ------ _! ., ______- .-___ _._ ___._ _. "__' ------. _._ _._
SCOTTVMcCREASunday i Holt Johnson from Camden near the old overpass. He wasa
Dill in Waycross, Ga. last Friday -
L:1 : County high school, St. Marys, member of the Lutheran and was tapped as Honor
: and Saturday.Mr. .
II I Ga. last Friday evening. Church. 'fliespian.S
.. and Mrs. J. T. Ogden of
R1bE7IIE'4j She plans to major in elementary -
.4 Bill Wall was the overnight Surviving are his widow, SPR
Pompano Beach were last Friday education.
I guest Tuesday of his aunt, Martha Johnson and one
I visitors of Mr. and Mrs
: Mrs. Joe Wilson, while en- step-son, Edward Westlund.
E. J. Dowling Sr.
,I route from U. of F. to his Funeral services were held Saturday Gating
Mrs. Julia Dankel, Miss
: : I t home in St. Augustine. at 2. p.m. Monday in Jones
Set Cub ScoutsDr.
Dankel, and Mr. and :Mrs. J. By
h I Have you an old refrigerator, A.-Dankel of Waycross Ga. were Memorial Chapel with Rev. .

.. !fan or tools which you no longer Wallace B. Johnson officiat- .
Friday and Saturday guests of T. G. Ritch, chairmanof
use. Convert them into cash ing. Burial was in the family
= I .Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel. the Cub Scout Pack 70
Monday & now. Phone 964-3101 and ask plot in the
Tuesday 1011.12 Keystone Heights
J. Roy Chasteen, Johnny Committee, reminds all Cubs
.. :
for Cemetery under the directionof
-" .. 'oX .... Warren, and Harry Hatcher fflare : of an outing to be held Satur-,
; ,. Mrs. Clyde W. Colson is visiting DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
if' attending the Athens, Ga. day, June 9.
: < A', ESCAPE I
T :. '" Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Home.
.!{ '. .'. TO EXPLOSIVe Y Camp at Tallulah Falls, Ga. Cubs will meet at the First
a ". ........ ..: ,. .,...1. ADVENTURES Hayes in Oxford, N. C., for for two weeks. Active pallbearers were Har- Methodist Church at 1 p.m.

1' two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. DowlingSr. old Crawford. 'James.. Spark- and the bus will leave at 1:30:

I i : YULBRYNNER I Linda Wasdin and Carolyn visited their niece, :Mrs.I man, Elmer Sawers, Jimmy DJn. for Gold Head Branch

., A.\ ? Pellum. are staying in;Gaines:-. Maria .Ale-David,in Alachua: pyal, Wilford, T: ske,:and Bill I State Park. miiuiiiiHiinmimrmuwiiimiimHinumiiiiiiMiiniimHiiHmiiiuiiiHi
j I ville this summer where the'; 'Jaekmoh.Carol !
a .. General "
Hospital The
ttl1f.. Sunday. program for the outing 5t
have accepted positions-' Linda .... '
,.. I Mrs. Minnie Phillips of Live will include tree identifica- ''I' hhhI IlI' thh r .. ; .55 .
: is working in the Administration a S \\ '""NI4UHH.Il,,,; ...... ,,
_.t? \tt\\U\\ I I Oak is visiting her niece, Mrs.E. .. Phipps tion trip through the ravine, ;;S S IIII II

I : .. ti"9"\\ \\' ''ltl :i Mr. and building Mrs. Lamar at U.Crosby of F. L. Crawford this week. Chosen To Enter practice in setting up a tent, __fl-i: '_ 4I

: Si MINO.JACK[ WARDffi.MADLYN[ RHUEI" ;:of several Pompano weeks Beach with are their spending par Mary her uncle Beth and Crawford aunt, :is Mr.visiting and-I Beauty PageantMiss I building ming, sack a cooking races, and fire tug-of-swim- I __ _

: IW4 bWI JIll ktd r ItnlD ":: c fSllUl Mr. Mrs. Al Harley in Cumberland.): war. A weiner roast in late I! '' '_ I '
:ents, and Mrs. Cecil Douglas I 'Lu
Md. '
-' for several week.3.Mr. Carol Ann Phipps, afternoon will climax the I
and Mr. and :Mrs. A. L. '
1- I S.- I !
: and Mrs. David Meldrum I daughter of Chaplain and day's events. ; ; :
Crosby Sr. of Richmond, Va. will be week Mrs. Charles L. Phipps of All members of I : il. .
: Wednesday and Thursday: 13-14 I :Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Carolyn end I each Cub'sfamily
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. R Starke. has been chosen torepresent are invited to attend, '
: I Redgrave and son, Wayne,
G. Patterson. .
the Madison Lion'sClub and should
plan on being at ,
Mr. and :Mrs. M. C. Wells, Johnny SP-4 t :
THE John Mack Newsome at the Miss Golden Gold Head 1
0 PICTUREThAT by 3::30 pm. for
). .A i Lee Mr. and Mrs. Charles
of Fart l lI
Benning, Ga. is homeon Crown Fiesta Beauty Pageant the swimming and weiner ,
GIVES YOU A FRONT 1:Parker attended the gradua- ten
days leave. at
Fernandina Beach on roast.
I A SEAT TO THE MOST U I tion of Franlin Hutto Jr. Iron I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Under June 9. Miss Phipps is a There will be a park en i i I I
:Englewood High School, Jacksonville ?
t JOLTING EVENTS OF : hill of St. Petersburg are spend sophomore at North Florida trancefee of 50cents per
: a \ TOMORROW..TODAY! Mr. and Mrs.Saturday R. R. evening.Turnip- ing this week with Mrs. Ruby, Junior': College in Madison. car, but there will be no !!
I' Johns at Santa Fe Lake. She will be
accompanied to charge for the bus. ;

: -'b .. ....., I will seed be and weekend sons of East guests Point of, Ga.Dr. 31r. 'and Mrs. Al Wunderjick,i! the pageant by her mother. In case of rain or bad |i :

: : ,a'" 'f Mrs. Meredith Lee, and Larry During high school, Miss weather. the outing will
!and Mrs. H. H. Adams.IIae Lee bej J
11. I old were overnight guests last I Phipps was chosen as Home postponed until a later date. ,
an rl'frlgl'1'8'tr.I
you .
.., ... f I tools Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. H coming Queen and to the May -- .1 9TI -.Hbq,
no long
., t yon A. Lawson while enro te from i Court at Florida High School,
//" J ,er nt>e. Convert them into cash I :
.. ,' r..{: I GainesVille, Ga. to their homein I Tallahassee. In college, she gggELECU1C
," ., 'now. Phone 964-3101 and ask Palm '
"$ Beach. has served as head cheerleader SfE
( for classified.
: JANET i Mrs. Morris Williams of:t i and has been active in all !

.. MUNRO.LEO McKERN..EOWARO.uo: : 'and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Raulerson Folkston, Ga. is convalescingat I campus activities. In dramatics I
son Kelly Gainesville
A UWOSM./ .MTERtUTXHUL RELEASE 'I the home of her parents, Mr. she played the partof GLASS BOTTOM IOATS I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
and Mrs. Jesse Newsome, from the first gravedigger in the II
-I R. Kelly on Sunday. I lilAlli1 Pftftft.. ..ft.. .
injuries .
received in an. automobile Shakesnparian. .nlav._ WAM.. I
---- -- ----- -- ----- '
3 I --- accident at Callahan LET. She was recently initiated I'

;j: I last Thursday.Mr. into Delta Psi Omega WATCH FORSWARMING NUVV-tKU I.tKttAT I

E I and :Mrs. H. B. Hamilton national honorary dramatics

I : I' 4 attended the graduation, of:f fraternity. ANEW

x Craig Hamilton froM Andrew
f High School at tjie
.: Rec.
: ProgramTo
I. '. Tuesday

- .f :-= 4kJii iiviisL night.Have you an old refrigerator, -Begin .For. LOW PRICEIt's

t '. fan or tools which you no long.!:i4-6 Year-Olds

: t er use Convert them into cash

.... t -- now.for classified.Phone 964-8101 and ask:1 Jj:| The is organizing Recreation a program Department the biggest value in Frost-Free Refrigerators

: .(" o.J\ Reggie and Gray Flynn are 1.I" starting for 4-6 year Tuesday old m children 0 rilIng in years. You'll never have to defrost the separate .

: vacationing with their
--- grand.
--- I from 10 to 11:30 at the Pratt
parents Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Street Playground. 110-pound freezer..or the roomy 9.8
\ McAteer, in Tampa.

i' ,'" Diane Partin of Kissimmee I Plans are being made to OR BETTER STILL. ,I cubic foot refrigerator section. There's absolutely

: is visiting her have indoor and outdoor activities -
<: 0 l uncle and aunt, LET. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Garner,I for this group every no defrosting ever. Has many deluxe
: : "STEADY this week. Tuesday morning at the play

; '': : : ....DOES.. IT Sgt. 1-C and Mrs. Don Hard-I ground.furnished Leadership will be IFloridallPesti I I i iL features of higher priced models.$
enbrook at all
: and sons of Fort times during 27995
,. : y Camp.
: 0tJ cover mere ctJSfance,hour by I&our,driving bell, Ky. Will arrive Friday:I the program. WITH TRADE ONLY .

S at* steady...-..-. ,', r. for 'two weeks visit with her.I AU parents who would like

..., .- mother.Mrs. Nelson Green, and,'.I to have their children in this I Control

: You father .; ;'. :family. program should register themat
".' get financially/ saving t the
precise/ Eighteen BHS cheerleaders recnjrtion center before -
: : so much from the ; Tuesday. You 5YELCOM
every payday. r' .A and B squads at may regis-
i tended. the Florida cheerleading ter them by calling 964-7441.
b I

:I : : Start In bw and slip I; into high as con' Itioris. I i Tuesday.clinic at They FSU were from chaperoned Sunday to,,L. EVERGREENBAPTIST

: '
warrant. With us, low could be $5. See you I by Mrs. W. ,J. Epperson Mzs..j| CHURCH

: : : i next payday? ::R. A. ,C!>1son. Mrs. A. N. HoHi-i!

:day, and Mrs. F. W. Strick Sunday School, 10 a.m. 1'a

land. Training Union; 7 p.m. Erening -

1 L Mr. I I Service. 8 p.m. Prayer FREE
and Mrs.
H i Cressler and three Meeting Wednesday 8 pjn.
sons of
F LO VMS every 1st and 3rd !
RIC'A :Rome:, Ga. are spending the '

: !>.hext. two weeks with Mr. audi. Thursday, S pjn. I' WHY: TAKE CHANCES NORTH.FLORIDA SUPPLY

. .. .. It-'Mrs. .M, W.'Cressler. -:RevJ.. E. Norman pastor PHONE .

J : .b: JX f ffllllS I!. Have you jui old refriferator* .

-., .. ,--- -. .-.' _. .. ;fan or tools which Iou no longer THE BIGHT POINT for the 412 E. Call Phone 9642113PAGETVO
-- -- -- I use. Convert them into cash war you write. Came in and
:: .D.Of.__ |L BMkc__"" '.Of,The fl tid.l'i aUoaJGrj. up O Member_Federal Deposit losunaee Corp. 'now. Phone 961-3101. and ask seleetrtytmri* frerite"'ESTER- 964396SS ---- -- -

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Anne Humphress I _0'- I Wainwright' |j I,I II .,-1':4'II -1--, ummer ro ram

# '! ,
William Lawson '
I Kopelousos
Q -
To Open MondayThe
Wedding Is ToldMiss i i Wedding Blessed ; \1

t GLADYS r t1YN f'. Barbara Anne Hum- The marriage of Mr. and I r, 1f. Summer Playground
MOOTY PHONE 9640651Betty and j I Program will open Monday
phress daughter of M. Sgt.
J Mrs. John Kopelousos was 1
Mrs. William Humphress of f. II morning. June 11, at the Pratt
Jessed in the St. John the f.i.
Great Falls, Mont became the
Miss Matthews i. ., Street Playground, and run
I bride of Airman 2-C William Divine Greek Orthodox i I
for 11 weeks starting at 9
ComplimentedAt Edward Lawson Jr.; son of Mr. Church in Jacksonville on I I
>f dY 4K a and Mrs. W. E. Lawson Sr. of .z tit Saturday evening at 7:30: o'- ,. 1 I each morning.Miss .
y # Two PartiesMiss 5 y"" Route 1 Starke Emily Tyler, a Florida
on Saturday, clock by Father Berris. Mr. '
t s March 17, at 2 p. m. in the t and Mrs. Kopelousos were ( .1 {I State University recreation
Mary Agnes Matthews, the
major will be playground
c Rr Malstrom AFB Chapel, Great M .r married November 25. 1961 in
> bride-elect of' June 23, was Falls, Mont.' Dallas'A. Bird U. Blakely, Ga. She is the former t : supervisor and Mrs. Jackie
I complimented with two partiesin Phillips will assist her.
S. Air Force Chaplain, performed Miss Mary Katherine Wain- '.4
I the past week. the ceremony.Mrs. Wright.A ,._ me U t tro Some of the activities that
Miss Matthews, who attends L archery
will be carried on are: -
A. C. Lance reception for the immedIate < I
organist, I
U. of F., was pleasantly surprised < r-
air riflery trampoline
l"< ce1tii
rendered the families and intimate i a
nuptial music as .
at a party given last I) ,- ,. .. 9v$q '. tumbling, cheerleading, girl's
: "
Thui day evening by ten I ,. .., guests gathered.The friends of the- couple was held '... -... .. 1 softball, small fry baseball,
k -- after the at the
___ bride. given in marriage ceremony
roommates of Rawlings Dormitory n by her father attired in- Green Turtle Restaurant in Mr. And Mrs. E Beam 4.6 year oias' program and
was a i, Cyrus
.5 U. .of F., at the.dor- Janet Nichols !i| arts and crafts.
a Jean ParrishEngagement white chiffon ballerina length Jacksonville. i
4J 8e. mitory Refreshments following,were exams.enjoyed To gown with a lace jacket. Her Donald CarterEngagement The couple is residing at 211',Observe 55th Wedding Anniversary .,!!i On Friday will nights, the special department -

short veil attached Boulevard Street, Apt. 12,1! sponsor
during the party hours and the was to a ToldMrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus E. Beam Shreveport, La. !'. programs for the children
small white headband and she Gainesville.
ten hostesses presented :the I McCombs ToldMrs. I l of Route 2, Starke, were honored -| Mrs. Beam's brother, Jim, such as cook-outs, scavenger
t ,frI honoree with a piece of her I carried a nosegay of white car- Myrtice Nichols an- at a dinner and open house; I i[ hunts, treasure hunts, and
Ruby Parrish nations and ;Watson of Detroit, Mich.? west
announcesthe pink roses. Reunion
chosen crystal pattern, as a nounces the engagement of her Thomas ; in Jacksonville Sunday in ob- various other activities.
I engagement of her daughter Airman 2-C Jerry Lansdown !a special guest on this happy!
memento of the occasion. daughter, Janet Marie, to Donald -, servance of their 55th wedding I Miss Tyler states that the
I' Emma Jean, to J. E. Mc- served as best man. Set June 17 occasion.
The hostesses included Misses Eugene Carter; son of :Mr. anniversary. The family get-I will be built arounda
I I i Combs of Mr. and Miss Donna attended program
Elissa Stefanelli. Mary ,| son Atchey and Mrs. Carl F. Carter of' together was held at the home I circus theme and a perfor-
I Jean Schmitt ]Messmore, Keightey Garrard,'Paul McCombs of Callahan. the bride as maid of honor Ina Lawtey.The I' The family of William and of their daughter, }lr,. Lorraine -, Celebrate mance by the children will be
I The will white dacron dress Louisa Wilson Thomas will Stumps
I take
wedding place pleated
Told Sandie Shutts-.Linda Lovell, wedding will be solemnized -, Dodrer. in J cksonvi le. l conducted in August consisting -
Engagement : 14.Southsjde. with I hold its annual reunion at Beu- I
July an apricot
Marion Pontak Judy Schafft, jacket. at 3 p.'m. on Sunday, July, The Beams were married one 51 I th. Anniversary 1 i of clown acts, trampoline
Mrs. lah Church State j
To Robert KellyMr. and Sylvia Corral. Humphress chose for 8, in the First Baptist Churchof Baptist on I I June 4, 1907 in Rlchanda..: '. acts, tumbling, dancing, and
her daughter's wedding a blue Road 21, east of Camp Bland At Reunion
i Family
ClassEntertained Starke. The family moved to Starke! i, other activities.All .
and Mrs. Charles M. Mrs. Jack McComb, Mrs. and white afternoon dress with Both :Miss Nichols and Mr I ing, on Sunday, June 17. from Leesburg 22 years ago! i children in the Starke
At matching corsage. Carter graduated from BrJ.d1ford : Dinner win be served by those when :Mr. Beam came here to Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump
Schmitt announce the engagement -i Jimmy Weldon ant Mrs. I I area are invited to participatein
After the wedding, a reception School. bringing baskets at 1 p. m. fo!- be the celebrated their 51st wedding :
Gladys Weldon entertained at Spanish PartyMr. County High i employed during con-i the Informationabout
and program.
approaching mar- was held at the ni/me of lowed by a short business ses-
a lovely buffet luncheon Tuesday I No invitations are being sent, ,struotion of Camp Blanding. He anniversary on Sunday when) the different activitiesmay
riage of their daughter, Betty I the bride's mother. The bride's sion and presentation of the II
at the home of the latteron and Mrs. Ariel Suarez but all friends and relativesare later worked at the Camp their son-in-law and daughter be obtained by callingthe
Jean to Robert Lloyd Kelly,!' entertained Mrs. Suarez' Class table was covered with a blue: invited to attend. history of the family. Those I IBlandin off' .
N. Walnut Street honor- I : I g post tc- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. at
: : Recreation Department
I and white linen cloth and centered II desiring to do so will also visit''!
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ing Miss Matthews. from the Southside Elementary i I Mr. and Mrs. Beam have} Thomson entertained at a 9647441. .
I with a beautiful three- the cemetery in Camp Bland1g'.j; \
Kelly, all of Starke. Beautiful arrangements of School at a dinner party Sat- I Jackie Bales [eight children: Miss Ann Beam family reunion at their home:
tiered wedding cake surrounded The committee on arrange- 'I
red urday evening at the home of i Mrs. ThonuonJ !
summer flowers, including I Tampa; Thelma in Monticello. <
wedding will be ments Invites
an by florettes. all relatives and
roses, gardenias, hydrangeas Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch on Marriage ToM |Kingsley Lake; Mn. Margaret1: I Helping to celebrate the:'
event of Saturday evening, I Bessent Road. Guests were greeted at the friends to attend this annual!' THE RIGHT POINT for tu
and Shanta daisies graced Phillips Told Penoyer, Starke; Mrs.i Vivian happy occasion with the
August 18, at 8 o'clock in the 1' points of interest in'the party I The dinner was neld in the door by Mrs. William Hum- r.. svent.egisterGriffis. Addison, Doctor's Inlev; and Thomson family and the way you write. Come in and

First Presbyterian Church of j rooms for this delightful oc- (family room which was at- phress.the Linda Humphress cut I Mrs. Martha Bales of Lawtey Mrs. Dodrer; three sons, Ivan Stumps were Mr. and Mrs.'i elect your favorite ESTER-
Starke. A reception will beheld casion. I I tractively decorated in tilt Humphress, cake, and the Joanne'bride'sbook. announces the marriage of her Jacksonville; Eugen, Wichita, ,. John Griffin of Ochiochnee, |II I BROOK Fountain Pea TELE
The tables covered Spanish theme with multicolored ,Kan.; and :M. Sgt Bobby Beam, '!, GRAPH.
immediately after the I| dining daughter, Jackie, to Pvt. Ernest Ga., and Miss Lillian Stump.
They are sisters of the
with imported linen cutwork paper lanterns hung from bride. Jean Szakacs :Neil Phillips, son of Mrs. Pau- Wedding Is Set \ _. _
ceremony in StMark's Par the I assisted in -
cloths with ceiling. A Spanish menu
matching nap- line Sistrunk and Ernest Phil-
ish House. kins, were centered with .was served from the large table I serving. lips of Starke. Tomorrow Night i

Miss Schmitt is a graduateof graceful arrangements of pink which held place mats decorated I The bride and groom are re- Attending the couple at the Last 3 Days

BHS, class of' 1960, attended carnations, pink gladioli,'[with Mexican burros. The place Great siding at Falls 1105 First Ave. North marriage in Folkston, Ga. on ,Mr and :Mrs. J. H. Sullivanof
Florida Southern College, cards and favors at each setting Mont. where he is Brooker announce the ap-
leather leaf fern, and baby May were their mothers,
and is a graduate of Massey breath. !I further carried out the theme. a member of the Air Force. .Mrs. Sistrunk and Mrs. Bales. proachi marriage of their! :: I SALE ENDS

Business College, Jacksonville.At .I The hostesses presented the At intervals: on the' table were Pvt. Phillips, who is in serv- daughter, Vergie F. Register to, '

present she Is secretary .I i honoree with a three-piece set colored lanterns. Mrs. Hamilton, ice at Fort Bragg, N. C., will I Leon Griffis, son of Mr. and SATURDAY
Mack Futch, Assistant State I II After dinner the 14 student Mrs. Leonard Griffis of Starke.
of Pyrex ware as a remem- Bride-Elect i jbe discharged in August.
I Attorney. brance of the occasion. enjoyed Mexican games with i I The wedding will take place

t ,Mr. Kelly graduated from The 12 guests included Mrs.E. Mexican prizes and sang Span- Honored At ShowerMrs. WSCS Circle 5 Friday evening, June 8, at 7:3C:
_ ,
I BHS in 1956, and received his L. Matthews,.mother of the ish songs. o'clock at the home of the

B. A. degree in building construction ', honoree, Mrs. 1(. R. Ferguson. Assisting in serving were A. W. Bradbury en- Meets Tuesday groom. O dOur
I at U. of F. in 1962.\\' mother of the bridegroom- j Mrs. M. F. Brown, 'Mr. and Mrs. tertained at a lovely surprise ;
He is presently 1 Tom Casey. Mrs. Fred Graudon j Circle 5 of the First Meth-
elect, Mrs. W. E. Middleton bridal shower at her home
1. Kemp Bunch.&. Jackson Ar- i and Miss Madge Middleton.. and -Mrs. Frank Tomlinson 1304,Bradford Road, on Tues- I odish WSCS met Tuesday Birthdays Noted

chitects, Jacksonville. day evening honoring Mrs. : morning, at the home of Mrs. At Dinkins Home I

s No invitations are being sent ,Junior Women Ramona Hamilton brideelect. -,. Henry Godwin. Mrs. Jack:
i locally, but all friends and THE RIGHT POINT, for the ; Eaves conducted the business With Cook-out

I relatives of the couple are invited way you write. Come In and Meet Tuesday Arrangements of pink i I, session after a devotional( by

,,.., to: attend Iha: wedding select your favorite ESTER- sweetheart roses were used to Mrs.. Harry Green. .Refreshments -, .Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dinkin! .
and, reception. .' BROOK Fountain, !ten.'TELE A' called Woman's meeting' of the. Junior advantage'.in decorating the I : were served :;by the. !J held, ,a, family k rout at. $heii'1. .
(' GRAPH.WAYNE'S. s :Clubwa.s. held hostess. nome in
Saratoga Heights
party --------
rooms. The refreshmenttable
at 8
p.m. Thursday
May 31,
t Tuesday night of last week to .
at the home of Mrs. .Jerome was covered with a beau Summer
tiful Three 4-H Girls celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. greatest
(Johns, with Mrs. Lavern Out- aqua damask cloth em-

if" law presiding. : broidered with silver leaves, 'I I To _Attend Short Harry thews. Stallings and Bill Ma- event! Prices go back
I and the
The nominating centerpiece was an '
presented the name committee of Mrs. arrangement of pink rose- Course Next Week } Eleven members of the two UP Monday hurry in

I J. R. Chasteen Jr. as its choice buds in a wedding bowl. At ]'families enjoyed this joint af- and SAVE!

\ CASH SUPERETTE for 4th vice president to replace one end of the table was a Bradford County will have ,fair. 0

il Mrs. Lennard Register, crystal punch bowl and at the three representatives at the

617 WEST MADISON STREET : who is moving to Panama other end was a silver coffee 47th 'annual Girls' 4-H Short BEA Officers
service. Pink sandwiches and Course at Florida State University -
I City.
i We Give Family Stamps I The following committee white cake squares, decorated o ,in Tallahassee, June Are Installed Men's 59cSTRETCH

i chairmen were appointed by with wedding bells, were served 1116. County girls attending s FOR DAD
from will be Celeste DeVoe, Thelma Bradford Education Association I
I the president crystal trays.
I t : Mrs. J. L. Andrews !
Games were played duringthe Knight, and Cheryl Shealy, for the next
1 i, education; Mrs. L. J. :
and according to Miss Dorothy school year were installed last
i Kite, conservation; Mrs. D. P. evening prizes awar- yMensSPORT$1.49
Reddish, international affairs; aed to the winners.Committee Ross, county home demon- Friday at the group's final
stration agent. meeting of this term.
Mrs. S. R. Johns m. Ameri-
Around 800 from Taking the gavel from former -
can home life; Mrs. Jack Ha- Of 100 % over VOCKS
zen fine arts; Mrs. Lemuel the state will attend this President Paul Hutchinsis Wash'N'WearSMLXL

Williams, public affairs; Mrs.1 Chairman Inspects event. which features classesin Elementary Physical Education -
home 'economics each Instructor John Mann-
Fred Snell, health; Mrs. Charles -
Sawyer, I Bradford SitesFred morning, conducted by Exten-' ing. Miss Della Rosenberg was l ir
communityachievement 1 Dno i7"
I installed
sion Service specialists, and as vice-president; .
I MEATS : Winkler ; ,Mrs. warren. j. O. Dickinson of West FSU instructors. A number of Miss Marty Rosier, secretary, i I.1 V
membership; Mrs. A. ONLY //
Palm Beach
chairman of the i
Q. Smith, social; Mrs. Kenneth I outstanding speakers will be and Mrs. Frances Hamilton of F11are
1.1. FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE Grider, Florida Committee of 100, an- heard, including Mrs. Farris Lawtey, treasurer. !
( nounced this week that he had
I Mrs. Wayne E. Douglas pub- Bryant, wife of the Governor, Other business at the !

r I! licity; Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns, inspected Camp Blanding and and Dr. Gordon W. Black- dinner meeting tincluded '

i house; Mrs. J. E. Denmark, the Keystone Airport property well, president of FSU. ceremonies honoring two
Fryers 29c telephone. along with StarkeBradford Other activities during the retiring teachers, Mrs. Eva ':

I LB County Chamber of Com- week will include .
I After the business meeting I a receptionby Anderson and Mrs. M. W.
merce officials, as a possiblesite
the FSU Collegiate 4-H
there was a joint session of Cressler; a credit union report :
for the home of the
the incoming and outgoing ex-t Club a tour of historic sites by newly named BHS Girl's 1.69
World Space Institute.The in Tallahassee, and swimmingon
ecutive boards.Refreshments. principal Tom Casey and a :
were servedby final decision is not up the FSU reservation.The talk by County School Super- LADIES
I i to the Committee of 100, however I
I - 29'RIB t the hostesses. short course will close intendent Harmon p.'Morgan.I

I, so the chairman urges with a traditional candle- 2PIECETS Rayon Tricot;
local leaders to put forth

AND : Baptists Fete their utmost efforts to influ- i i night.lighting ceremony Friday'.)' : Girl Scout Camp i .

: ence a decision to locate the {i
'BHS SeniorsAt PASTa
WSI in this locality. 72 Cases Tried Set June 18-22 I j i, S
: Garden Several weeks ago Dickinson -

LEAN was invited to speak at In' County Court '. The Girl Scout Day Camp !I

I I :Members of the Senior Class the Starke-Bradford County for Brownies, Intermediates,

'PORK CHOPS39 :who are also members of the Chamber's regular board Last MonthA and Senior Scouts of the Keystone ; 5 Prs. For 1 100

First Baptist Church were hon- meeting and was shown these Starke, and Melrose 6X

MEATY ored at a delightful dinner sites by chamber officials at total of 72 cases came areas will be held on the Lov- .3

lb . .in the Pecan Room of the Gar- this time. He expressed great : before Judge T. A. Yawn in orn property on Silver Lake,',
4 NECK BONES 9c' den Restaurant Tuesday nightof Interest in'the community and County Court during May June1822.Applications.'along Out 100

last week. promised to help Bradford with the old ftand-by speed- with the camp fee of $1.75 Value

Sixteen of the' 17 Baptist County in its efforts to get ing leading the list' with 19. should be mailed to the S. S.

Save On These Weekend I seniors were present, together industry to locate here. Improper passing with 9 Council Office 621 Lomax

with the, pastor, Rev. Lea A. cases was second highest with Street, Jacksonville 4, Fla.

Grocery Specials .- and Mrs. Hebert; },I.i Presbyterian Men reckless driving and volun- Swimming, canoeing, nature

i B. Jordan, general Sundaysuperintendent.and tary intoxication in a deadlock crafts, cook-outs, and hiking
'School : Mrs. Set Fish FryThe for third place with 7 will be' some of the popular: .. .

33 With $5.00 Food Order Jordan; superintendent of the I. cases each. Others were: activities of the camp, Mrs. Values to 3,99LADIES

.Young People's Department Men .of the Church of No driver's license 4 cases; Fremont Tolles, camp direc- i LADIES

BLEACH ql - SC !Mrs. Charles Darby; and the the First Presbyterian Church I following too closely 3: grand tor, announced.For .
teachers In the department, have been ,fishing on several1occasions I larceny: and allowing an un- additional information'i Sleeveless

,Mrs. J. E. Hildebran Mrs. Myl- recently and have authorized person to drive, 2 or camp applications call Mrs.

PILLSBURY S. R. With $5.00 Food Order dred Cuttino, and, Mr. and Mrs. 'I been pooling their catches in'I each.i Tolles at 4138, Mrs. Richard BLOUSES

Alan McLeod. I preparation for a fish fry. I II (i i single person was charged Lovorn. 4152 Keystone $1 HAT S SWhi SColors

FLOUR 51bs :. Decorations carried out the I After several weeks, enough ':',i!with each of the following of Heights, or your troop leader.
- 39c fish have been caught and a'
graduation motif. Each guest I fenses: leaving the scene of

I received a doll dressed in a:cap I complete fried fish supper will i an accident, forgery and uttering -

I and gown holding a diploma I i be served from 6 to 8 p.m. !i a forgery improper Public Reminder Of e

STERLING'S ;and a red miniature Bible. Gifts I Friday night. June 15, to all (driver's license, resisting ar- 77c And
I Hall Hours 00
were presented to each Senior persons who buy a ticket. The 1 t rest, disposing of property under City They White

: SALT 3foi - 29c from the pastor and his family.!i charge for adults in 1. and| lien driving while license City Clerk Merrill Edwards Or

I Yellow'chrysanthemums were I children 50 cents. i, suspended profane and in- reminds the public that the Last Black.

used in decorating. the private Tickets may be purchaseddowntown decent language breaking and city hall offices are open dai'y \\
!dining room. | at the Telegraph i entering td consmitt l&r- Special
petit .J
,, t until 5 ,
1 l'' ARGO With $5.00 Food Order 1 !from 8:30 a. m. p. m.
i i During the evening, a portrait office from Mrs. Claude Crow- : eerie driving without head- j except'on Saturday, when closing For L. .

CATSUP, 14 bottle of ,Christ was, presented j son or from members of the lights, driving while intoxi- time is 12 noon. The office
-- oz. 9c to the class of college and business -,; men of the Church. ProceedsI cated, violation of right-of-' ,is' open Wednesday afternoon .

I girls by their formerj l I from the supper will go into,'way, and junning) a trafficlight until 5 p. m.

j teacher, Mrs..C. J, Houpt. 'the building fund. > --,', 1

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: .., I' the underigBd.! under tjve erty: SUIT BKIXG for :the foTt..loaur@ -
I r ; --.fPU' ._ .. .' ). .!ions iJhapUr;20.95J, Law;pro- "Sisty-four" fin, on Oak of tjie lien of a i ertain
WeI ":' "U' '!< of Florida, Acts of mi. will Avenue CRYLLAKHOMESITES .: Dwrtg'age executed by the Defendants -
'. ; ; Julian A. Courson and
: : register withthe 'Clerk'of the i according to
.. < <; :.-r--t'-< > Circuit Court, in an'd'for Brad.- I plat thereof. recorded in Plat Hazer Courson his wife( on August
: : : ford County. Florida, "upon re- j BoO 3, p\gt' 6. of the 31. 151! and recordx* in
; teipt of proof of publication of t t' Bradford County public re- I i the public records of BradMrdCounty
: ;; this notice, the fictitious cords. I, Florida. IIn Septenmer
If name
Halt Of. Inflation, / UpsetMarketIt's : .:,:.t:,.' A.B.C.U & L. Co,.under n hU h YOU ARE HEREBY XOT1FIED 1!. 1961! in Official Ret '.ird.$
I am engaged in business at that a suit has been filed I Book 22 at page 157 et s-eit cn
3U Temple Ave.. Starke, Florida. again you in the above entitled cumbering the above desinru-d
I Worth it n:: Hark Thomas; Box 163. I, eause and you are hereby property
Starke, Fla., bole owner. required to serte upon Plain- I WITNESS my hand and'ne
_ J Dated 'this 7th day of June I tiff' attorney whose name and I seal of said Court at Sta "t.;
? \.1)>>. m : ht'rt'un.our Florida this list day >f
: at Starke Bradford address appear
Even those who don't( own ,a single business because he tries to check inflation 1 .. ._ ,; i '.; V ', County: Florida. \ ,j written defenses, if any to the I .May.. A.D '18.fi';. '
hare 'have been ---::-::--- -- -:; ''-- I I &-7 4t &-:8I !i Complaint in said suit copy )>f1iiih 1tSlh. A. DARBY.
$ wondering and askingin in the U. S., then it would follow ; I \\ is delivered: tt' you ri- Circuit Citir't4w

recent weeks, "What's ''wrong with that \Vest German Minister of Economics ..... :Stern',Pupils Heardmark. > THE .BenT COl-RT OF with, on or before. the 10th hE'rt-1 !"; ,'t'"'..". L. \'rUf'h),
of July. A.D. 1S62 &t:1'l: \
'tyie 'stock market?" to business THE EIGHTH D1CIAL flH- ,
Erhard is unfriendly Herein fail not or a decree MYRON C. RRjfeJCJLTT
Pictured are piano students .:PattipE4wirds,:'Sh-- varez.; Harry Hatcher III.Oregoi""Alrcz LIT Of' FLORIDA IANU pro confesii will be entered P O Box 37 .
_ The easy answer, and the natural l because he is battling higher prices FOR BRADFORD COLT
:of Miss Louise Stern who ion Simpson, Marilyn Bollinger. J. Roy Chas- : Ol'TIT "Chr H' ,, again you for the relief pra'eI Keysteiie let&a, ,"orida
inclination ofhis enemies of and Chancellor ( jn the Complaint ,Attorney: for Plaintiffs
course for '
Volkswagens, Britain's : AXI) AOCPE
played In recital on May;J5, fat teen. ", i '% THE X'ATl'RE OF SAID C 7 4t 2S
is, ,to blame it on President Kennedy'sction' of the Exchequer Lloyd is .unfriendly -, '1 Third row: Romesa Dodd. 1XC.7 'FtoriW i
Bradford -High School: Second row: Sylvia Dodd, Corpora t ion,
in the steel crisis, resulting in a to business because he is try i Miss Stern, Suzanne Judd Plaintiff I I10.
roll-back: of prices. Some would like to ing to persuade it to refrain from giving Rose Marie .Starling, EvelynSinclair. Geraldine Gay Mary Bolling- UFETIME\ CO.VSTKfCT10X -

interpret this as an "antibusiness"gesture in every time a union strikes for, First row: Patti Whitehead Judy Whitehead, La- er, Jane Adams, Martha Sie- Ida CO. lNi'., a Flor-

Pnscilla Dodd, Joyce Den- vent Outlaw Jr., Jimmy Al- mer, and Martha Bollinger.. corporation, FV !
on the part o( the President, higher wages. i I .. '-- PEVELOPEUS IXC., a '

that .so shook the confidence of business "Across the Western World e-eryl!Tomlinson- Earns I i a TH Florida E BARXETT corporation XAT10XA1. -, (

i in the present and the future that government has watched with growing: Duties Of Clerk JACKSONVILLE. BANK, a nolI l>>J--' i

_ the ,stock market went into a tailspin. anxiety the prjce-wage spiral which Citadel I".bal banking corpora-
Degree Mon IWHBRTta.: .
I: This, is the''eagy answer, of course, has meant mounting inflation.and over-' ... j 'r ': rIl'\'AL fXGIXffmXG: :

and is "typical of the old American priced stock markets. The reaction of Are Lightened CO.MPAXT AND COX RACTIXU !
Cadet Markle Tomlinson. I a Florida ,
-U Habit;of finding a scapegoat or a whipping the market on May 28 is certainly in corporation and '''11. T. ( '
son of Mr. and, Mrs. Henry JACKSOX, dh aVM. T. ; 3 Open Days .. l fut1 $
.TI .boy when things go wrong. large part a conscious or subconscious Tomlinson of,Route.2, Starke, ii Council JACKiJOX: TRANSFER, .

These same people who now berate reaction to the knowledge that govern- graduated Saturday, June .2, By City FOL-RAKER IVfendants.; LV.MBER T. t 1\\ r,'

,the President for, in effect, halting inflation ments across the Western World are, from The Citadel l, Charleston ;';i W ; ,4\ "OMPANT. a'Florida I CHUCK

P which a steel price increase seeking ways of checking inflation. The t S. C., with a B.s.. degree in ; A [Continued"Froth' Page One} I corporation InteT\'t.nor H ,1. .

would have touched off again, are the prospect that it might: be checked is,. civil engineering. He is a 1957 I Noike AOTHK is OF \LK:

ones who were gnashing their teeth enough to make many 'who have invested -'I graduate of Bradford County r4 ,:i required by city ordinance. : pursuant to hereby the Final given Deiree.that STEAK
High School. Mayor Randal Chitty explained of .o'ol't>elosurE' and Sale entered -'
the in of inflation
over wage-increase priceincreaseSpiral anticipation "
l'ans.p.nding in tht'
real I I l As a senior at the military ,:jI2' that all the building in- | Cm-nit Court in and for '
l which was leading to a never lize that the investment is unsound.
I spector has to do if ford ,
.I'college, Tomlinson held) the some per- : County }Florida ease dot-S I E
ending' round of inflation.It "There was distress for many when!, rank of captain in the corps son or company does not : Ket numl Clerk> r l will-tH sell, the the undersigned -'' 49cSMOKED
I -
is high time we recognized the the annual inflation system was launched -', of cadets. He also establishedI M- comply with the ordinance is i, situated in said eounty propeity > ..

fact that the American economy can't -allowed to happen. There will I an outstanding record for activities to sign an affidavit for their I cJesi-nlied I'auel AI.ots as: 1 through 3G,' "

have its cake and eat it, too. It is timeto be distress for many if the annual inflation -| at The Citadel being arrest. imlustiVf. IntsIi), 46 and

return from the dream world where system is outlawed. or even' a. member of the Summerall? The city clerk announced I iiulusue 4;. and Lots, of 3 Parkwood$ through according 66-, BACON by he piece lb. .39cGRADE

prosperity is believed to feed ,upon itself checked. I' Guards, the Junior Sword '4 fr that payment totaling $27,- to plat thereof re- (" -
445.71 has been made to the coided in Plat Book :s&, page
Drill Bond Volunteers: and I A FRYERS Ib 29c
by spreading comfort, .ease, and 1 : 5, of the public records* of -
"Business does ,not like change in I i the Honor Court., I II Donald, Mathis Smith-Sweager Construction 1 Bradford County, Florida, .. i ; t.
I two-of-everything against: a backgroundbf the circumstances of its environment.! i 1 of Clearwater on the city'ssewer .\YE'm: EXCEPTIXO FRESH GROUND BEEF .. Ib. 49c
always higher wages, profits, and Much the same people who regard: the Byron TerwillegarIs :\PresbyteriansCoert i project on U. S. 3011 Lots T, IS, and 19 portion conveyed o{ I! -.. "
prices. Kennedy-Erhard-Lloyd operations of!;i .. south. The city,' according ,to i to City of Starke by deeddated .
Mar I!, ; :
It1 seems -to us that the clearest explanation today as unfriendly to business' once Outstanding I Set Edwards, has already paid i< j corded in Deed 193S Book and re-S?, PORK CHOPS lb. - 59c

of ',what,has ''happened and is i out $22,500 for materials. for page 165.' et seq' ., of said ...
regarded the unleashing inflation as(t Bolles' Student public records.Par1 I II '
happening in the stock market'was given unfriendly to business. What they I For This Sunday the project.- which the city I BLots ST' through 1 1 .. AZALEA-ALL IEA'IWEINERS
I I 44. inclusive ,
; LoufS n
bought }itself- thereby .realizing ;
by Joseph C. Harsch. a special correspondent really object to is neither releasing or Clyde Byron Terwillegar! III, 50. and 55. of Parkwood. '
for the (Christian Science student at The Bolles School|I I' The Chapel [YouthJ-iChoir a savings of three per according to plat tht>' ,frerord..d |
checking inflation, but change in *. I in ,
environment -' cent plat Book 3
: in Jacksonville of three I I I from the First PresbyterianChurch ; .
was one I
Monitor.. ,Mr>",Harsch :writes: which construction page ;3. of the public records
# stockbroker upsets, existing, cal-|boys in the Lower School honored of St. 'Petersburg will The had of Bradford County, !
My favorite has been Origin-I ,
hid ct
culations. ally in
at the graduation. exercises -i present a concert at 8. p.m.. Pan'el'1.-1..ots 31. 52: 5.i;;, 54Jfi I II
trie rfive that most
telling '
years "What we really are talking aboutis ; on the campus last Friday.' Tuesday, June 12, in the 000 but gave the city the option -I and 57' of Parkwood, : 3 pkgs. $,1(1
stocks the New York according Plat
on exchanges of purchasing the nia- to Book 3.
I ,
Major Charles R. Sowash, prin- First Presbyterian Church ofi j
,the relative distress of the inflation. page a, of the public re'oids '-
were: priced far above their earnings '. terials.
cipal, presented Byron with the i i Starke. ( of Bradford Count, .
and that would; be systemversus': some new "system with City Attorney George Pierce I, FhruU ) .
it extremely riskyto'Jwy S Citizenship Award for the sev-' This select group of 36 Said 1 '
l less finfl 1tiorl Neither parcels to be sold separately -
)&ny pf.,thjem.; lIe Advised bonds. involved. system:enth, eighth, and ninth grades.i voices was chosen from the said the majority of ,the company's !I and tielaratebid iii to be I 'CORNED BEEF - 39c
is antibtfsiness,' but a" change from one' charges have been paid. : taken upon each of said parcels J
"Thg events} of Moriday\ May 28, other During Byron's first' year at 85 or more members of the' I at public sale 10 the highest I .
com&rfed )iim fjHjni a Cassandra" into a to the is unsettling to business.!Bolles, where he was a seventh Youth Choir and is under the I and best bidder on each GA. RED ,

,* ."TRe: inflation" sysfem has been in grade sudent, he was elect d i 1 direction"of Donald R. Mathis parcel for iash I..twe..n the ,
I '
hours of eleven o' '!lotk in the 25c
"Since VfIdVilr U." Mr. ,Harden operatibfTslnce 10 3::The time has come treasurer of his class and attained [above],. minister of music of Supplement Hike I forenoon and 1: o'l'lodi noon in.the 1 1I TOMATOES 2 cans -. (
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afteinoon the !3i
I on day '
the rank Only ,
of Corporal: the St. 'PeterSburg Church. > "n J 'f' -I
when the I
points "#n annual round<< of inflation consequences become I : pf June. 196:!, at the south door
Jk' outj? two cadets in the seventh The ,program, to be presented of the Brad fold County Courthouse DEL ? MONTE
J has come' to: Jt>e accepted as a normal major concern to all Western govern: i' in Starke, Florida.
grade student, he- waselected here i is'described peJayedJ CORN 19c
i as varied Action J I CREAM STYLE
: 1 -
ments. the at'
of'n Now Distress of departing I DOXXP: DATED
condkjon; rlerp living. Since : ,rank of Corporal and three 'In i| -and interesting, with'mU1 l tftarke, Florida, this let day of

the annuafrbund averaged about three from it ,couJ4 'be .much" less than the., !Jthe eighth grade; ,He Was: 'made i'sic of all periods, including ,a j t ,u'j,I 1 I June, 1962 CHARLES:? A. DARBV SUGA.R-.5Ibs. .' '. 54c

J per cent,.it meant that a share of stockoverpriced distr..eggo, ,keeping it. la' Squad. leader of Company"C" contempor ry, and Negro :, IContinued- 'From Page One] : Clerk of the Clu-uSt: Court -
writer the I I t spirit als.**A' brass 'ensemble I ,*, By; ilAUlAX L. CROSBY I '
l by three .eentnow. would AnotEgr sees stock ,
per. ) < ._ ". tween. the itizens and school I Deputy Clerk : PET With $5.00 Food O'tfer T ;
market shake- las "a national l awakening will' play with several of the (COURT SEAL)
be: .uriderpriced' by three per .cent twoyearrf" p board that a raise in one supplement '
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froth ,Tai' for ," declaring that. 'Americans have Garden Beats I numbers, and there will be ::6 7i.ts
now. pay more ashare'ofsto : without reviewing all 8 ;.
k than its earnings justify had it too good most of them," and Sanford .InPitch t one selection"the. form of i 1 others, might adversely afi- t THE C1HCUT COURT. OF MilK cans - $1

i is. merely| anticipate inflation. A lotof they are beginning to realize Jt. In his Slow speaking."Choric Speech, or group 1 I fect the morale 'of other ,;i THE: EIGHTH OF FLORIDA.JI 1)1041.CIHfllT INI ., ".

people"were1 doing. opinion: "A certain lack of confidence, Game school personnel.. I I AND FOB BRADFORD)
I Mr. Mathis formerly taughtat Citizen interest in J l'Ol'sTY 1\ C'JIL, C 'ltl. GA. REDSTRING
II resident .Kennedy is not the only which -shows': itsetf in questioning from Garden Restaurant traveled Westminister Choir College } i supple, ,\O. 13UUS
: ment hikes was sparked by John D, Patterson and : BEANS 2 . 25c
had Tof government in the Western all segments! : or'the! ",economv as well as to Sanford<; last -'Saturday : in Princeton, N. J. 'and 1! Head Coach Lennard Regis I .Marie Patterson I

World who 'has given some. thought to from'the: stock market, could:-be a good 1 I, night and: defeated them j7li I has ,been with jhe:St. Petersburg -: ter's resignation to'accept_ a | -YgJulian. Plaintiffs,I' Farm House Cream'Pies-ReadyTo' Serve 'j t

I )vnys. and meansof'removing this built- thing if what is shattered is confidencein i 11 and 19-6 in ,a doubleheader -I'' Church for six years.I similiar position as head coach A, Courson and

in ..inducement to :anticipate', inflation an illusion of well being without' ef-;, in Stow Pitch Softball. The hating ten choirs und'r his anri! athlpHc .rfirpptnr.,. at JlIU7oil I Hazel Courson DefendantsAMK.MIKD Chocolate, Banana <**
---- -------- --- -- -- for $ 25
) by over-buying shares already :priced fort." Sanford team had a 11-1. re'I''I''I'I direction County High School in Panama : Coconut Lemon ABUCK'S .
1 I cord until then. I Accompanist for- the choir NOTICE OF I'IIIT .
too high. The sooner *e get".rid of that the,I I City it was also feared THES'l'ATEFI.AIUDA TO: ,
is Miss Shirley
Jimmy Rowe was the.win-1 -Smith't1\e Julian \. Courson
that Assfst nt. Football and! and Hazel
"If )Ir Kennedy is unfriendly to 1 better.; ning pitcher in the first game, : church organist,. who' has a Courson Address Unknown ;
Coach David ;
and to"all parties claiming
giving up 14 hits. In the second -! master's degree in music 'from Horse' would leave Bradford : interest by: through. tinder any or GROCERY &
'game, Cliff Griffis Syracuse University, 11.?. i .against the said Julian A Cour- MARKET
I Warning To Speeders Is TimelyNow .County, to accept a ,position son and Hazel Courson and all
lowed. only nine hits. l-j'. The public ? is invited to., Gainesville'High" School' persons having or claIming to, :Half Mile North Of City Limits
Buddy 'join.with the congregation hi, have any right. title or interest
that schools are out ,and children doubled, so that they will have to ap.' Leading Elliott with hitters 7 for were 10, 'and I hearing; -this I enthusiastic::but.,'.he. ,ha. .|,i since acceptedRegister's t In the following describe* prop- I I IJl

I again in the streets the in court where be former job 'here. ,
they deal!
are warning pear can '! Townsend Strickland with'' 41 group of young singers. i" 1
to speeders last week from Chief with accordi ghy." i for 5. i,' 1 ..,.!>' .J: :
', William Rosser was indeed timely. These are words which. you and ][: 1 The Garden has won 16 :, : ,r MAYOR'S : AND .ARRY

Hardly does a summertime vacation cannot take too lightly. 1 straight ball games this year''i'Robbie Smith . 4 ""3 .750 I 1 \ CASH ONLY

flu .i and will be defendingtheir1 I Richard Williams 5 3 .600) Mayor Randal Chitty had a
period go by without a serious mishap For these are words of not onlj,r -
| title in the second lf .of.the Tommy Chastain.. 5 3 ..600' light week in Mayor's Court ,
I 'caused by some motorist, speedingin warning, but timely wisdom. ,
one of the residential ,areas. Not in the price of a double bond,\ City. i. .Softball, League;. Gary Hamilton .5 3 .600' '_Monday- with v.-. only 10 cases on AWNING SASH JALOUSIE SASH

The chief's admonition to such drivers but in the unrelenting price of % anke'e the docket. ,:
owr 1 : I
'j was not only timely,.but quite pointed conscience would we ignore them. (Couples'(Summer Y Beaten. I. Don Simmons, disorderly: NQ. 12 19" x 26" - $11.20 No. 12 19" x 26" 6.56

f: And that is too great a price foi BowlinguTo; In Small Fry League!: conduct, by fighting forfeited No. 13 19" x 38 14" - $11.58 No. 13 19" x 38 1-4" $ 8.6;

"Such, drivers will have-their bonds speeding.vote I bond of :$2.50.. No. 22 37" x 26" $1-I.58 No. 22 37" x 26" . $ 9.3

Open FridayThe The. -Red ..Sox scored, two Ray Allman, disorderly conduct 'No. 23 37" x 38 1-4" $18.56 No. 23 37" x 384" $12.0

Referendum Set should contact the ASCS of Ford ,Motor Co. Dealer 1 t runs in the. last inning Mon- ,. by fighting, lined 2750. No. -2137" x 50 5.8" .' .$21.66: \o. 24 37" x 50 5-8" $14.3
State Office at 412 NE 16th from Florida, Georgia and th: Summer Bowling League" day afternoon' onDavid, .Thig-: Earl'Thompson., disorderly Jalousie Doors $26.8!

Qfc' Marketing I Ave., Gainesville, or Mrs. Mil-1 I I Carolinas were invited to Allan v. for.. couples will open for ,pin's single to defeat the ,' cou duct'by fightingjfarfeited: f LUAN MOH. DOORS ,;.:... ., ..
On Turkeys dred Sapp county ASCS office j ta for luncheon for Mr.. For a play this Friday: night in1 Yankees .17-16 in ,the .first :.r,bond. pf $27.50. ,. ,. SHEET ROCK

_ Order manager, in the agriculture -! Wednesday.. "Gainesville at the Bowlero'' Small Fry :Baseball League: Arthur- Padgett failure. to O x 6 $ x 1 3-8 -- .;:- -- .$.,i>.61 4' x 8' x 3-8" per p&. $1.49

building in Starke. -Lanes. I ILast game. I i have vehicle under control and 2.6 x 6-8.x 1 3.8 __ __ __ __ $ 6.33 '
will be held 1 j
{t A .the.referendum proposed National | '. Friday night'the: six : In .the .other, game, the 'Pirates -j j I ca s accident. .I IfeitOd.boxi4' ." %.8 .x '-8 x 1 3-8 __ __ __ I .6,69 PAINTS Per. Gat

on Marketing Order :for 'turkeys Ford Dealer Second Half Play ,Jteams held -short :meeting i came ,from behind by ,i, of 750._ ": 3.0 x 6.8 x 1 3-8 '__ __ __ .$ 7.1>5PIi n"__ :... __ -- -.- -- -- $3.J; 3

daring.the period" June 18-22 to get organized and then" ''sparing eight! runs .in the last -Arthur Padgettdriving : 2.8 x 6-8 x 1 3.4 __ __ __ f" 8.81 PIio-vac __ __ _.:. __ __' __ __ -_ .4.46
Wins Sales Award Underway In ,bowled. for their'_ handicaps.. "inning "to'"defeat' the Giants without ,a license, forfeited '
according to an announcement I Ii f J bond'o'f 3-0 x .68 x t 3-.1 __ __ __ $ 9.20 Var-tung -- -- -- '-- -- -- -- .4-fif
Jene- Cablebowled 218
a $37-50": ,
'by the county ASCS of- City Softball 17-16. i,/ .'_. . -- ,' (,:,I.o T fi.S; T 1 :3.4, ,.,. -1ite SJ3.26_ Tuhtex", L'__ _- .__ __ 3..0t ;)
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Purpose of the' referen.- i dyde B. Terwillegar\ Jr;, game, : single game Games. are scheduled",Mon Artnhir' l"aogeII;;. publlcintOxation .r.------: ; '

r dom :is to determine whetherot authorized Ford dealer for1, )VnU811lS1 .Jewelry defeate i I honors, while Bill Nelson bow- day and Wednesday .afternoon ,,,forfeited, "bond (of j Interior. Good One Side'Plywood,. Exterior Good One'Side Plywood" '

:not 'turkey producers: favor Bradford and. Union Counties,1wa ,!Pine Level 19-11, and Stall]' ied.-gamesoM. $ and" 167 for -the Small Fry ,who.. 2750.' '
'1sSu ance'of such ..order.r Cold Ifor] (a 172 average. are' i-9 'years' of ''age:; Nelspn Ghent,, Negro disorgerly -.: 4r4"; .4x8 per pc. __L'1: _'_4.3.O8' M" 4 x S per -pr., -_.:__--_- $3.40

.- '' tdef, to'e- eligible act to Award presented in recognition a Ford of sales Carl tags 'won a close'one over N'a,- ,I' JJerclyn oung. led, '"-the* ;,lat : '; ,- I' '.conduct" 'by fighting,; 3-8" 4 x $. .per, .pc. ., _- __' '$4.123.8".. xr 8 per. pc ::.. 'J4.6: '

; : must f,1 leadership. 1961 at a: luncheon 1 tural Gas 13:11, Monday nighin dies'with a .169 game' and. I SETII DAY fined ,$27.50.' ., 1-2" 4x8 per pc. __ _.L _',.; $),36,2" 4-5 3 per pc..__ -J5.8|
producer-growers -f the City Slow Pitch Soft,. : N *i.Nel.oa, had.( games 9f j .ADV :rIST CHUJt II Nelson Ghent,. Negro., disorderly ,
3te', arketed more than at the Robert Myer : ; 34'4 x ,8 per pc. __ __ $7.20 (3-4" 4 x 8'peipc.t -,.. __ 7.8''
1 ,I ball League.- Garden Restau\!- k41aa 140 for;" 144, ayi -,I conduct by use of pro- ,
A 34500' pounds [lliveweightl of Hotel last TJ1; rsd y. Walter J.;[ rant defeated Brooker :19-J:I erage.Johns., Sabbath. School '[Saturday] fane and indecent. language, 4fRA

ttfr ns'.Jn: 1961. and must I Oben district sales manager! last Thursday night in Brook 1., 9:30: a. ,m. Morning Worship; 'fined $27.50Nelson. fI? LUMBER

I certify this volume to the for Ford Motor Co.' made the 1 er. Oil I 11'a. in. ,Located; between wilson Ghent Negro, public -. 8' 10' 12' -14' 16' No. 2 Pine
office ,before ,the close prese tatlon. Byron Terwille-I These { .. .,< 1. Road and"Griffis'Loop.*" .
j games were the firs t thtoxidationgiven
1 I or, s1nWJ OIl 3une 22. gar, III accompanied his father I ones in the second hall J!.;Community.BankForlBaseballWin j E. L. 'Marley. pastor. 'Phone. probation.. J}*' ,, 30'flays 2 x 4 per pe..5.& .67..80 .9.tr...: 1.07.._ $100 per 1000' .

rtSQ.nt', >. -----:n&.ln-._ ,_com-. I Ion this. occasion.! Games are scheduled ead] i 964-1324., ., '"- *' : '" "*%,,i Clinton 'Ward Buff.. .allowingunauthorized"person 2''x 6 per,pc. .80 1.00 1,20 1.40 1.60 __ $100 per 100CY

HI' plete information in regard to : Mr. Terwillegar' flew to At.| Monday.; Tuesday :and Thurs- \, ;I 3 .* with, no, 2 x 8 per pc. 1.18 1.17 : 1.76 2.06. 2.35 __ SIlO per 100()'

A provisions of. the proposed'order 'lant ray to ,meet Henry i rtay nights at 7:30 and 9. Tfai e '* :J/Jhhs Oi jCompany: ? 1 BAPTIST' ,CHURCH- ,* I license, t .,.( rive'car. forfeited; .. ;:

____ :"and". their eligibility- .to FonJ. II chairman of the Board I i public is invited to attend..' -ed.' Community' State. Bank '' Sunday School" 10 ajn.'Preaching. }! .bond of J 12.50." '. I NO." 2 pine ,' I . ROOFING
: .1.1.
6and a.m Training
.... handed Florida Pest < -- :: '
'Cohtrolltieir iirst loss Thurs-1,U ..n',6':3Q: p. m., Preaching :" .11.11OTln .,1x4, No. 2 Floor _, _t\ __ $110.00 220 lb. Shingles c@ -- -- __7.56 sq. '

'1 THE, BRADFORD ,COUNTY TELEGRAPH .jJ .?-J:. then moved into .. I" 7:30 p;m..- Jos. E.- .Norman' ,t i : OfTK.VTIO! \ TO. I 1x6 V-Jt & siding __ __ .:._ $115.00 90 !tb. 'Roll Roofing@ _, _? j$335
'I : "
ESTABLISHED. 1879 .tie for' first place in 'the Jay- "pastor., '. ,.' HECUjS;' -YICTITIOU.un} ::1 1x8 siding _' ':_ ,.- .._ '$115.00 15 Ib. and 30 Ib. Felt @ -- -- $2.41

_ t 4e.Lltt1e.,, Boys Baseball, Lea-f'I Wednesday Bible study.-, Notic1 is bwfby; ffiven thatSHOP 1 x.6 T G __ __ '__ -- $11540 ? vc."Gal?. ijoofb g'''@ Sl1.5.6.

c"Ld'1__: Florida' eldfftt weeklyNewspaper" gue. ;,. ._J!' ,I'l _. 1 1i lx6No..Zs4s.- J 110.00 .

4.'. ,- *,1l:;cF5 Tubiished OonUauoa&ljr 'In' the, other ,game ,during i I 105.00 CEMENT .. _1 $1.47' '
; A'YWH : ,1 s'8 No. 2s: 4 B __ -- ; -
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:. 9" '1 1LOREDA ESS Under The Same tire'week. Pest Control defeat -, "" : r 1* ar IV U' '
ed Starke Builders Supply 5:3 MORTAR MIX __ 1J32
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TO! with"Paul-M Cloud hittUf g.a i'! FOR NEW OR U.EJ I II' fcj) Interior SHealhing JMywodd,, __ "* "
AS $' E.'LM&TTHEWS i '-a' '
trJ home run; 10% Charge Fur
for ,
'H 1 ; 12"4; 8 L' _
x r __ $4.20
I Edwards'connect 'Then :Come See .Us! 'p pe. +

{: Editor ind Owner iASrfor: a ,home jcun fqr the- : i 3..-!: 4 I x. 8- per*" pc. __ _, J- -:'3.08 ... .. .' Merchandise Returaed
p. I. SUBSCRIPTION' RATfcSiNTAADtAAEA Builders .Supp" I WE'LL MATCH'ANY: DEAL .1.1I 'Home:Owned And'Operated u-All Merchandise Fully Guarantied
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'IIWDA "JUNE: 7. 1962

.t yy..y. j

I !I j gallons of gas annually have : 1 Ijn Supply is owned by Roy a large part of Bradfoid County. -

EVERGREEN been arriving the past few W. Tyre. CD I Bus InspectedBy .

weeks and are now being in-
County RoundupNews Dr. A. Y. Covington county
i stalled. NEW FOOD MARKET ,
Mrs. Inez j
Brice I health officer, reported on
I ,, When completed the plant AT MELROSE :| County Board
I I completion of renovating workat
\ I' of Significance in and Around i will be able to shin and re- the health
The Ford Food Market at ; department and
Homecoming Day I Bradford County. Contributions 'Velcome.I I, ceive' via railroad! and truck. Melrose is expected to move was also ghen permission by
Draws A 2 = mile supr running from Bradford County Commissioners -
Big Crowd into its the board for the departmentto
Another i the main line of the SeaboariAir' : new quarters sometime inspected the Bradford
e great go on a five-day week
this '
week. The store,
, ;Day was a Line is expected to be : County Civil Defense Rescue schedule.T. .
which is the most recent commercial -
used extensively when pro- Unit's emergency bus prior to
s Baptist Church on Melrose A. Yawn,
improvement the
in representing
duction is underway. their regular meeting here
June 3, with Rev. Jim is built of concrete Starke Golf & Country Club

felt, ,a former pastor, as While no figures are yet j block. A large parking area Tuesday Commander morning. Rescue Unit presented the board with f
available, the Florida Don Champion
speaker. Between ; Hydro- adjoins the building and the right-of-way deed: to a road
showed the
carbons 'plant is expected to J board members
three hundred, in the golf club
many owners, Mr. and Mrs. Ford, property
have a large enough through the bus and explained
out o ftown, were payroll j feel that it will make
shopping Jack
: Trawick,
functions county sanitarian
of the
rescue equip-
to lift the economy of nearby
the service
and basket much easier for their
reported on the large
at 1 p.m., and.a large n k r Brooker and, as the plant' ,customers. A formal openingis ment. amount of drag line work hat
stayed for the grows, add to that of Brad- During the regular session,
song plannEd'later this month. has been done in the county
which lasted until 5 s 1k ford: County measurably. the Bradford County Library
I under the mosquito'control
The Bradford-Union ; Present plans for the plant Board presented its proposed

ing Convention was on I : include: a daily production of Yawn Explains budget for 1962-63, totaling program.

and there ,were special 1 I 1,000 barrels of butane gas, $10.000, which would requirea Sheriff Reddish asked the

bers by the Friendly | 1,300 barrels of grade gaso- Office FunctionsTo levy of one mill-the sameas board for permission to ob-

Jacksonville line, and 3,000 barrels of was levied for this purpose
and : j pro- Club tain an opinion from the
Nazworth and pane. Rotary m 1961-62. The board received ,
Arnett I county attorneys as to thesheriff's
Starke. Another musical Ehone, a vital product ine the budget for later ac-
T. A. Yawn
County Judge
During the past two weeks! with rains tion. liability for the hospital
breaking thin
sthe I
wa presentation the plastics industry and some
drought, crops and pastures Bradford gave an interesting discussionof Sheriff P. bill of a negro who was
first time of an County have taken other components may be developed D. Reddish reported -
entitled "My Bible : on a new look. 'anny-the big:hly prized 2i/i' month old baby for future extraction the functions of his office : on the record of his shot by another negro who
at the Club .
Rotary Wednesday.
with words written by i ; goot on the R. W. Rivers far in: at Graham seems pleased I,! at the plant. stating that its transactionstouched 1 office, as far as arrests are was serving in the combined

Annie [Quincy]1 : with the luscious, green in concerned: for the first nine
grass pasture. of
Fanny's toother in WALLS GOING UP tne lives and prop- capacity a city policeman
member of I months of this fiscal jear. The
the background has been
a priz winner at local fairs, and erty of than and sheriff. The
I i pro- AT KEYSTONE P. O. more people any report showed, a total of $34- a deputy
music by George W. daces
i two gallons of milk
per day.ibusy ether agency in the county. amount of the bill around
I 000 collected in fines and for- was
Copies of the words
I Work the sidewalls of ,
II { on In addition to County
sed out so that everyone I I I CROPS LOOK BETTER feitures through May. The $700.
j I atmosphere since famil- Keystone Heights new post Judse's Court the office is also -
enjoy singing this AFTER RAINS I board had budgeted $35,500
,| I J lie have moved into the sum- office is nearing completion.and the Juvenile Court, and
number. The idea I from this source for the entire -
new !
,I Rains the past two weeks i, met quarters on the nearby the new 2,161 sq. ft. structure -'Small Claims Court for the Recent Births
to Mrs. Rosier for the fiscal
I have been a boon to farms lakes. Walls on the new post; is progressing according county. Judge Yawn said the year.
durinsr a long ; H. A. Bishop jr., a member
office building to schejue.I : Bradford County Hospital
| I Ijl I I and city homeowners alike. are nearly total case load, including:
during which she ; J j i:' completed and road When completed, sometimein i of the Suwannee River Authority announces the following
j Crops, construction criminal juvenile and pro-
Bible to help pass the jl :\I,!: i' responded pastures to, and the downpours lawnshave will begin in the near July Keystone Heights;i bate cases would average[ asked for the $1.500in births:

Altogether, it was a I II ';: iI i which have been almost -- : future. which has tripled in popula- ,, about 200 a month. In addition supporting funds that the Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mos-

ful day, and everyone is I i I ,: daily in occurence. Activity General outlook for the entire tion during the past ten years i to this the office issues board had placed in its cur- ley, Lawtey, twin girls. June 4.
ing forward to i i i 1 ; area is that it will have modern rent burget. The Commission Mr. and Mrs John William
at both the Starke and will be a i a : facility between 72 and 75 thousanddrivers i j,
together next year. J i i Brooker Farmers 1, busy summer which begins s ; in all respects. I decided to give $750 at this'time !Sasser Sr., Starke, a son, John
Markets has ,
Personals j ; I II ,I increased considerably. officially the 21st of this i Parking, which was a severe : licenses annually, and 1 but "left the door open" i iI William Sasser Jr., June 5
We are sorry to I I I I :1 Travelling !1 month.I I problem, at the old office : around 3.000 fishing licenses'II for a supplementary payment j!I

Mrs. Martha Green' i and through Bradford i I I! will be solved with ani L I!.I i The County Judge's Court;I Ii I!!. later. This is a matching i

in the Brodford | 1 j J 1 can see adjoining the results countiesone I I : area of 7,040 sq. ft. for that i,: was created by Florida statute! I i funds project for improve- THE RIGHT POINT for ,'''8

,Pital. ,i i I Ii i I cane fields compared to what I I c purpose. The building, of con : in 1865, Judge Yawn said, and I i,I ments on the Suwannee River wajr you write. Come in and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar i ::: : Ii i : '". temporary design will feature and its tributaries, including .
they were two weeks ago. Also } since that time nine men have !elect your favorite ESTERCROOX
land and daughter, i' much glass and will be completely Santa Fe River which drains ,I
discernable in / Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
I II I the fields, is. served as judge in the office.Masons .
Mrs. Lee and ,
Billy i
i air-conditioned. .
I; I Ii the difference, area by area !
and Mr. and Mrs. I i j j in growth, with some getting[ The new building is owned I I -.-
and family, all of the ) (;; more rain by Col.! Harold W. Ashley and i To Meet
:]i 1 previously than!
Baptist Church, were ;'! : others. One can almost tell' t will be leased to the govern- ,.:: .
i Next
Mrs. Daisy Pringle and !!1 I:I !|' the amount of rain that has I I1 I ment for five years with a Monday Ugatoni '
ded Homecoming J two year option. i
i I I by looks of crops in the MI Worshipful Master M. H.
weekend! i
j fields.
Mrs. J. C. Pringle i i 1 But the fresher, greener One of the huge vessels I BROOKLYN SUPPLY Williams announces that the

of Satsuma attended t i j rREMODELING next communication of Bradford Comer C/'allel'
appearance of the countryside ''now being installed at Flo (

Homecoming also. IL I is not all that meets with i j i ida Hydrocarbons plant The Brooklyn Supply at Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M-

Mr. and :Mrs. Edgar j'I i the eye, as one travels. Some I,near i Brooker. Keystone Heights has been ; will be held at 8 pm. Monday,

son and family of i i I construction seems to be going -1 ;i,I I : completely remodelled andj :June 11, in the Masonic .

ii i{ : on in most localities. j I HYDROCARBONS PLANT I I'j j departmentalized, accordingto Temple on W. Call Street. A Though we've had rain most every day,. and it

I II I I i In Brooker the General ,, Pat Bradley, manager of cordial invitation is extended has had effect
'j MOVES AHEAD FAST a cooling somehow It has not
Supply & I
I Equipment Company the store. A formal opening .... .' .'
to all Master Masons in the seemed quite i enough to keep happy
is everyone
: bustling with activity.
,j 'I!|i A six million dollar indus- has been set for Saturday, .
j They manufacture a compartmented June 16 from 6-9 Brook vicinity to be present. :;;:. .:<::;,.., and eontent.
; try, Florida Hydrocarbons
a feed mill which is 'i. : :
| new extraction plant, is mushrooming -
:: "
selling well in this country'
: just two miles north '
{' and in Canada. Near Brooker GLASS I
I That Our Business"If
i} the Florida Hydrocarbons| of Brooker. Monday afternoon It seems most anyone would

BOAT'Sf'I!I i i plant is progressing ac ord- ;:- Work on the plant which i It's Glass; We Have It" have settled for a short visit!> from Mr. now.

.. 1 ;'i jng to schedule and some, I I1omes' began two months ago has 1 CALL WRITE or VISIT 1\\ man and though it's not realistic it is a

I j 'are also "being builtnearby. ::1< 'been progressing daily under FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S I! .a: pleasant cooling thought .
BOAT \ I j I j the direction of Superintend-i, ..1 and that Is how we happened
1 lent H. H. Everett. Vessels GLASS CO.
Keystone Heights, with vacation -' I to be writing about some
that will produce 285 million
Free Your time- arrived has a'' I (NOT INC.) '' things in this! weeks Corner '
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Damage Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." Chatter

: AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE Ii i We Design i :Modern Store Fronts There was the wit who philosophized
: -
$10,000- $ 96. .2600 I Just Mail Us A Pattern For : that June L. a
$ 500-\ : Table Tops month for "the bird*" .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Home i
$ 300
\ but
the fellow
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2.4353 was so wrong,
i' DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I it's not.It's .
Here's Protection
.I ; : 1 II."I"
Starke, Fla. i I ;. .: t really for tile brides!

All I; RENTAL SERVICES Health FactsBy : ; 4T 4TiY.4

Hospital l Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Dr. H. G. Bollinger .
Full -1 Migraine or 'Sick! headache" has its :,, And if It's a suggestion you need for gift giving

25 original In the nervous system and countless ;; for one you have in mind you'll find M>ni)

cL thousands suffer untold agony with I i: mighty cool and realistic one

Trailers this condition. at the Vagabond Corner. For

t ; Research shows that is instance she
i' nerve pressure" may like a hand!

r to be found some where along the spinal t carved mahogany snack dish, ,

nerves and while drugs may deaden the i-'- they're variously priced
I IJ pain temporarily, the condition will never I, : Handsome brass bedroom lamps

.. DOYLE NATURAL be corrected until the nerve pressure Is II I in floral designs are very nice

i Dr. Bellinger located and removed by the Doctor of Chiropractic i;I ::3s K.;.: ; or if she'd like an importedgift \

i iI i who is skilled in correcting theseconditions. Italian gla/ ware

? I : + sets in amber or green ,
I,I I Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE Chiropractic is. not limited to Migraine alone for many ; And here's a thought, if your

II other ailments such as backache, arthritis going
i I, constipation, away on vacation oon
1 : '-ro.:' "'-'
964.1301NIGHT 964-2411 asthma, apoplexy, rheumatism and sinusitis. can often be i : just come In and pick out

CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. traced to nerve pressure as the most common' cause, : J/-j;.::::.,,; your gUt for whatever occasion and, we'll sect
I i .
The Bellinger Chiropractic Clinic is located at 426 X. {' < that the rocky person gets It on the date yon
"'' '''
Walnut St. in Starke. Phone for an appointment today. I, y :.M.-Z': '!say.
I j I
I Problem cases given special attention. i : -a. .

!!! I Insurance cases accepted. 2t 6 7 .! .
NOTICE I And If 1t':
.. 1i a gift for someone going on Vacation
I what could be more useful than a plastic:

OF i i I litter-bug bag travelingcase :
'|I, I wish to thank my friends and customers for their make-up camera

*' 4 outfit matching beach

I wonderful patronage during the 45 years I have t : bag and hat set or a lovely
I picnic basket sri
been in business Lawtey. Due to ill health, I ,am CHURCHJune ; For the tinier set one ran

give toys books or a

have bag will travel set .
: having to retire from business and wish to make 7J J7
> s for the tooth-paste, Kleenex, etc. ,I
4g I 'a? Y

the following announcement!

7:30Each: .

FOR: ': r''lt a' Oh-oh! We almost did it forgot the forgotten -
: .
Night man! HU big day is on the 17th. For dad

1. ROACHES ; if he has a den, then why not a fine barometer

2] SPIDERS ;! MERCHANDISEGrocer rv ; *"/ clothe ,brush

3. fIEAS i! y M''aGr-- with dipper spoon handle .,.

i I : x = REV., MERLE ruff link set tie rack

: es and Dry Goods j' %:; 0 1 or U he's still worried

PACKHAMPreaching about income tax. a

PAY, : r .,, paper weight which opens

BY' THEMONTH I ; = to show picture of his own

ONE THIRD TO ONE HALF OFF! I 'x wonderful little Income tax

IP 'rF'r' "'
Special Music Under I 5exemption. There are some

i fine original oil paintings,
a Direction Of
Hurry, While Selections are Still Good t for the home or office.


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Phone '; George W. Roberts PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITEDRev. : .
You're always welcome at the Vagabond Corner,

I located in the Bradford
Building Supply .
'! .''''' I Supplies Lawte ; 4 :t 1l1 .u .C. L. Redding, Pastor I where your comments and augjestions are always -

L 1 I ., appreciated.
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THURSDAY, 7. 1963

Addison and Pavlas to avoid hidden behind
a clump of
Pavlas and resist arrest "even to the palmettoes during the man- P. 0. Schedules Four Bradford Norma Jean Clark, master of !,i MondayMethodist Men aSunper

extent of I ; L arts in education, from Ball 7 p.m.
I. taking a human hunt, Pavlas said he saw a ? I College StudentsTo I I
Found life" in their flight from jus dog and. two men approach., June Return oSite ,: j I State Teachers College, Mun- !1 r TuesdayWesleyan Service

Guilty I tice.Pavlas "One was a dog handler and Get DegreesAmong I j I cie, Ind. Guild covered dish supper at

on the witness': the other was a police offi- New Old I home of Mrs. R. S. Mullms,

'{Continue From Page One] stand, admitted that he had cer. The officer said 'Don't skr the University and: Methodist Church i i 6:30: p.m.

a .38 pistol with him, but said i move or you're dead. Then ,. college graduates getting degrees Wednesday Prayer Meet
I ;.1'as: not included in the Florida he had taken it out of his he said, 'Get up slowly.' I got 1 1s '' "Actually well be moving': ] this June are the following Schedule for week of June ing and Bible Study, 8 p.m.

into the 'new' old post .office from Starke: 10( ThursdayChoir rehearsal
pocket and :
placed it on the up and raised my ,hands, "
ground 1 later this month, PostmasterG. Mike Goldwire, bachelorof Sunday Church School 7:30: p.m.
... near him because it slowly, so as not to excite ,
Hallowes argued that the was uncomfortable when he | him. Just as I raised up the J. McGriff Jr. told the r ] arts, and Gladys Bundy i t! for all ages 9:45: ajn. Morning FridayV cation Church

theory of the state's case was lay down to rest. officer jacked a shell into his I slightly confused Telegraph I Thomas, bachelor of art in I Worship and Dedication School parents' program

:Abased.W- on a conspiracy between As he and Addison were chamber and at that moment -I f rEporter. I education; University of Flori- Service of all Vacation Church 11:30: amCocered dish lun

r a shot rang out. I was I "You see, he continued, da. School workers and teachers cheon and evaluation programfor

.. I, under the impression that the I It : "our office here on Call I Clair Jean Mundy, bachelorof 11 a. m. Snack Supper for all church school workers,

:... t police officer fired. I closed ; Street is the 'old' new post of- ] science in education, Florida MYF, 6:30: p.m. Youth MeetIngs !j 12 noon.
.. i iI I
I .: my eyes, and within three to __jI. .: __-J fice. ', State University, Tallahas- 7 p.m. Evening.Worship, !
"Confusingly clear, said the I
.. 8
I five seconds after the first I see.Vida pjn- ,
r i shot, another shot rang out. :' Officers of the new Lawtey Recreation Board are pictured! clearly confused reporter. ,! Jean Gentry, bachelorof Vacation Church School L. P. Knepper-Two free

i I felt something brush by ready to start serving plates at Saturday night's successful'i But the postmaster was ; fine arts from Wesleyan Monday through Friday 9 to tickets to the Florida are at I

I M me." money-raising event. From left: Alary Cille Bennett, secretary clearly not confused." College Macon, Ga. ; 11:30: a.m. Telegraph Office.
"It's this way he continu-
mot i Pavlas said he did not I ; Gene Pearson, treasurer; J. L Waters, vice chairman;. (d. "When we move back on

c New Potatoes know where the first shot Laura; Bryan, chairman. Not pictured: D. A. Jones, program,! Walnut Street this month, it

I came from, but thought the chairman. I will be to the 'old' building

trooper had fired. Regarding built in 1940, but now re- 1 1x

; the second shot, he said he modelled. Since last Novem- l

Per 5c I could only give his opinion Lawtey Recreation Group ber, we have been using the I|,

where it came from and this one-time post office building'
Pound-- : not allowed 20 Words or less, one time __ .95 ______ _
testi _
was Memorials Resolutions
as Stages on Call Street while the Walnut ------- : 5c: per word

; mony. Fund-Raising Event Street office was being i! If not paid in advance ______.--------- 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words -.____ %.50

: WEEKEND PRODUCE SPECIALSAll I!, Pavlas said he kept his eyes The fried chicken and worked on. I j Keyed or Blind Ads __________-------- 1.00 Over 50 word _____- ..__ __ 5c per wordDisplay
supper a valuable
I closed from the time of the I player award I "The building Call I: Each additional word over 20 03
sponsored by the Lawtey Recreation given" the chairman added. on I --------- ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per inch
Home Grown In Bradford County first shot and did not open Board last Saturday Street served as the post office ,
them until he heard Addison "We of the board realize i for before
night as an initial fundraising many years FOR RENT
Adults only.
PEAS say "Let's go." He opened his effort was a great suc- that you, the public want to Camp Blanding days, when the i : First class first floor apart-
SQUASH OKRA : eyes, he said, saw the dead cess, with between two and see action now. The best answer | Walnut Street building was ';ment. Two bedrooms. Private I $15. monthly tuition

trooper, and left with Addison three hundred people for this is 'haste makes i constructed," he said. : entrance. TV-aerial.i I Phone 984-9374. Mara Priest

', picking up his pistol on served at tables setup on being the waste'," Mrs. Bryant contin-t Some 15 postal employees i ,128 i: convenient N. Church location.St. No pets.' _4tchg 6-H

'lb. 1 QC lb. |lOc lb. 35c j I leaving.Under. strawberry wharf. Hot dogs turtle ued. "We instead prefer to be the I I staff the department which I'! 2tp 6.7 PIANO TUNING & Repan
of the hare. We
cross examination, and a wide variety of cakes, I serves more than 1,300 Tamil INSPECTION ja g. Work guaranteed I iNo
i Pavlas said Addison had a pies, and other desserts were want the respect, as well as !! ies or households in Starke WHKEL BEARING PACKED: J ifcrIr; : SPEEDY charge to churches other than
the the cost of needed partsJ. 417
support of concerned.
: .22 pistol and a 30-30 rifle also available. I and another 780 rural route! See Shorty at C
!H East Brownlee St. Starke
,Cantaloupe. 5 - $1 I with him. The rifle was never :Mrs R. W. Bryan chair- This thorpugh will take thoughtful and i' boxholders. At Call Street ALLEN'S GARAGE ::- l RESULTS 2tp 6-7
preparation. Our -
i found by police investigators. man of the recreation board, there are 669 office boxes 1
job is to seek out the needs 710 Alton Road VC ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
Addison did not take the j expressed "sincere apprecia- and available facilities of the while at Walnut Street there m 1 ton Fr ?ijaire. 3-4 ton G.E
: stand. I I Ii tion" to fellow board mem- : will be over 900. > --- Not new. but used very little
;BUTTER EC ,BELL Cc i bers and their families, for area, and to procure financial!, Work on the Walnut Street'office J j I OCALA NATIONAL I I! Excellent condition $79.00 pa
The two men were subjects support to these. : I FOREST
develop i Chaplain PhippS. 1371 Bland-
BEANS j is being done by Triest: |
lb. assistance with the .
1 PEPPER ea. i of a massive week-long man- sup- "Plans are under way for ; CAMPSITES I ing St. Call 9645841. Itp
per, as well as to all other I Construction Company. j 1----------
hunt in this area last fall. J 1
a variety of but for 80x 100 I
programs ,
"Is this quite clear now1asked I blacki
friends of the recreation
CUKES 3.. 9c CORN doz. 39c II They were hiding around board who time these we need volunteer lead Postmaster McGriff? I $198 Cash or I i READY i i and tan female Hound; 1
Starke for some time break- gave money $20 Down black and white male. Bull
ers. We know that there are I 'i ; $9 mo. I
'TOMATOES .- lb. lOc ing into a restaurant on U.S. or materials to make the eventa many in this area whose talents -i The reporter did not reply, i i Access to Launching ii i I ;i i dog and 2 liver spotted Bird
j for he apparently in !
success. The public was also was ] dogs female. Owners may
| north] and food
stealing Ramp
are lying dormant. Will i 1 on Oklawaha River. I II CASH have bv advertisingcost

_SNAP BEANS. 2 IBs. - 25c and milk. They eluded the thanked in for the showing youth porgram its interest you volunteer, or shall we I thought.The thought that report I ANGUS HASTINGS I II and board.paying Contact City

.:I, huge posse and eventually I draft you? If your hobby has I Box 140 Fort McCoy Fla. i iI Polipp. Itcng
by patronizing the supper."We'd 1 I ers might not make very good ,_ 1 1I j'Which do not need to,
i made their you
I For Your Freezer Or Locker-Wholesale get-away in a been a pleasure to you, then i I ]FuRmSHEDAPARTM NTS'
I pick-up truck stolen from the'' like all boys in our I surely others might like the i, mail men, clearly.. WANTED: 2 to 5 acres outside I pay back. >i<*hts aria water furnished

Retail Prices-Leave Your Order! Ira Wilson home in South I| area, ages 12 to 15, to be on I t same thing if your aid w city limit, but not over Tnmnre Bullinoton Studio or
Starke. I hand for baseball practice on AndrewsTwoo e) 3 miles out. Ralph Martin NOW 'J1 We** Madison i Stttchg
516 East Brownlee ;! available Remember, it Lawtey. Phone 964-9834. Itp ,
Fridays and Saturdays from _
tickets to the Florida are
They were finally 1 blessed to give than t -
I 1 1i
5 to 7:30: p.m.. Mrs. Bryant Office. FOR SALE Place on King- '
T I by city police in Dawson, Ga. I receive. Time can be a vale
CONEY ISLAND I i 1 I said"We are scheduling I |i sley Lake. D. J. Parrish, Max- ;l& WORKS
I after they had robbed a drug able donation in place of mo .. vine, Fla.
I games for the summer, and I !,,. _Phone! _No. 7 ItSEPTIC p. Convert WHITE 710 Lemon St. Palatka
store in --- your
Albany. crusade
ney. Please join our I Ii
: all necessary equipment is onj: I TANK cleaning and Furniture Repaired,
(I hand. We have an excellent'i'''i for well-rounded recreation The feed line service.. Joe Forsythe, old discarded '. Upholstered & Refinished
I ; in Lawtey. Thank 'P. O. Box 184,
coach, and at the close of the program" Fla. Phone HY Lake Butler : appliance, furniture, MATTRESSES REBUILT
i 6-4163. ,
{i, season there will be a party!i you. I, Question _____ _________ 4tp _.6-28!! :tools, etc., which you no I New Innersprings

-- -i I, FURNISHED APARTMENT i I longer< use into READ!' and Box Springs

F: R. E. EdmondsonNominated for rent. 2 rooms and bath. Drop Us A Card or Call
!CASH with
classified d.,
County Loses Is I lights and water furnished. a aI !
i I ToAdministrator ; $45 per month. 514 S. Ep- 1> PALATKA EA 5-9166

a person St. Inquire in rear PHONE STARKE 964-5931
qYs : GroupRobert of house. Y. L. Kirchaine. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER,

26 Teachers tfch g.: 964.3101 Starke, Agent; "
E. Edmondson, ad SARAH I I mi ...i rf i
ministrator of the Bradford ; '" WEEKEND SPECIALFlock
i [Continued From Page One] BE CLOSED
I County Hospital has been notified ''j MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS: YOUR OLD WATCH will of 200. 10 month old improve I

beth Haines. of his designation for} = I TO SEPTEMBER 5th.. Up) make the down payment on ed New Hampshire layers ,
JII ,beautiful yew Bulova $1.50 ea. Bring container A
Savings Every Department Lawtey Junior, High School nomineeship in the American| = ,'i APPROXIMATELY 2 acres|\ ]Dahmers Discount 1 ad CJ Slade. Maxville. Fla. Itp
with nice
3 bedroom House.tfchR --
-Norma Jean Clark who isj College of Hospital Administrators cement EXPERIENCED
block house ] ;) SECRETARY
-edge i
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transfering to Southside Elementary -< I town. Only) $14,500 good JI! WANTED-TO BUYuSed rid[ I WANTED. Age 23 to 33. High
Notification of this honor')i terms. See STROUT REALTY I i i ing mower. Call 964-5774. ;'! school education or better.
: For The Hot Summer Days AbeadLadies1 ij Lester Deese and|fl, came in a letter from Dean : ,, U5. 301 S. Starke, Fla. I Starke. it p;, Must be able to type take
j Hester Wise.Brooker i
\ Conley, executive director, --- Phone Waldo_468.1766 JtcngWANTED FOR RENT- Small furnished [ shorthand bookkeeping. Ap-

Junior High School II j who said the nomination was ,I Saturday or Sun- house $40 per mo. 409 S- ;: ply Big Dad. Mfg. Co.. Phone
i 64-3401.
2tchg 6.1!
Cherry See ,1 _..
St. Andrews
and the county's two Negro made on unanimous action by | day service station work. 6 -- --- .
I r-- = vrs. experience with Gulf and Drugs or call Brooker 2720. DUE TO EXPANSION"wetp
schools, C. Anderson Junior the Board of Regents. j -- = Standard Products. Bob Lappe I ,I II have opening in this area for
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Men'sSHIRTS High in Lawtey and RJE Edmondson's official election '.Box 780. S arke. __ Itcng I I i I i'FOR RENT- ----Unfurnished--- ', ambitious man ((25 to 55.1.)

High School in Starke. had no to the college will take = WILL ROOM and board Den- .i i :house. Also furnished and' or lady L 140 to 60 J. Character

JAMAICA changes. place at the convocation ceremony i, ''sinned woman or two gentle- ]unfurnished apartments De-, i references necessary. Car re-
16 in men. 710 Alton Road. i sirable location. Reasonable i| quired. For interview in your
on Sunday Sept. I -- Up J ; j
S i --- -- I' area, write Watkins. 659
I S >: summer rent. W- H. Nollman, West
SHORTS '. Chicago, BJ. [ MORTGAGES : i 510 N Cherry st. tfchsr i Peachtree St.. N.E. Atlanta 8.
I Tornado Hits The American College of Mortgages available to build I i" i Georgia. 4tchg 6-21
Hospital, Administrators was new homes or remodeling. WHILE THEY LAST- 50 fGarden t t.I Ii FOR - -
I First --- 100% Loans i Hose. 5 j SALE: Seven Room
QualityValues year Guars
Most Black founded on Feb. 13, 1933 by 'I house
Y LA RUE CORPORATION : tee. only 99c. Mary Carter on acre of ground in
Values To $1.5933c To $1.79 At Trail RidgeContinued a group of .distinguished hospital 400 W. Madison-Phone I' Paints. 321 N. Temple. Starkeor I i center of Lawtev with swim-
'I j ming pool and alenty of
administrators in the U. 9648641. i i < 900 Lemon. Palatka. i
S. and Canada who recognized': tfchg; : 3tch 6-7'I shade. A-l condition. Will
| consider trade for down pay-
[ From Page One] the importance of well-trained 3-BEDROOM HOUSE in Saratoga i I I FOR SALE-Lake i ment. Phone 782.3361 Law-
; administrators for the effective Heishts. Purchase equity i i|I Fro Jtey.| 4tD 6-28
$ ,
and assume VA loan. Lots. Santa Fe and La : _
from the plant's wet mill management of the m od- r : merits $56 mo. Or will paY-I I Lockloosa. Terms. Guy Andrews 1I FOR SALE- "Utility--trailer-- "in!

without damaging them. Op- ern hospital. Its primary objective f-- Contact Owner phone phone 964-6811. tfchg I j good condition. Inquire at

100Ladies erations at the wet mill were is to elevate the standard II 5842. tfche I 1 COLONIAL FLORIST-"I Shell Station Lawtey lip

shut down temporarily as a of hospital administration ; "WE"DON'T
FOR SALE Attractively:|, Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.Flowers .
precautionary measure until and to confer fellowships furnished 3 'j' wired (!!Sell
BR cottage : any place. Flowers j you we help you buy.
the disturbance passed. on those who have done or sley Lake. Dock bath King-I' for all occasions locally.! Good selection of new and
The "tailings" in which the are doing noteworthy servicein II How Long Can modern: conveniences. Phone 964-6291. 506 East Nora used S' and 10' wide Mo-
tornado started is the name the field of hospital admin well. Reasonably prices for,
quick sale. ;: St. tfchg.I ., bile Homes.
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. .
applied to sand that
is pum- istration. Before an administrator ;
You 9691491. 4tchg 6-28 I -j I LAKE GENEVA
ped back behind the wet mill can become a member I 'j I McGRIFF TRADING MART TRAILER PARK

after minerals have been ex he must pass both an oral and 'I RELIABLE to take MAN over OR Watkins1 WOMAN 130 N. Court St. Why pay almi.,: SE of Keystone Hts,
big price>; for General Electric
tracted. a written examination ai/.iior- Route in Starke. Good for up j I on Route 100
$ L00 Appliances when we will under -
ized bY the board of creden AFFORD to $65 weekly to star No investment \ sell any Dealer. No price tfchg
Set your own ..,
fixing at '
McGrif of
Short Sets Services Held tials.Edmondson's I i hours. Permanent opportun other new-used Plenty FOR SALE 1 Philippine! Ma
election as 'ity. Full or part time. Write hogany (tan bark! dining
Friday For nominee to the college is further alTO! PAY RENT? '''C. R. Ruble. Dept. 6-1. P.O. as good or better Itp'l' room table and-6 chairs. $35.

recognition for the Bradford Box No. 2447, Memphis 2, I! FOR RENT-3 bedroom home 1 wrought iron [formica top)
: Tenn. HP I 618 W Madison Ave. ': dinette table and 4 chairs $18.
Hospital which opposite
These Include Values To $1.69 Lacy Thomas, 76i I is one County of the smallest hospitalsin .. FOR AS LITTLE AS THREE TRAILERS forsale I Wayne Douglas store. ApplyStarke : ,I I''at Phone 1214 964-1663.N Bradford Can be after seen 5
-one utility trailer with 'lk- Beauty Shoppe. Phone
i I the nation to be fully ac- ton pick-up body. Two fishing; 964-2561. Itp p.m. UD

!' Funeral services were held creditedIn $$40 to $$90You ( boat trailers. Can te seen at '-FOR-SALE---- ---4---bedroom--- -home.- :... FOR SALE- -4 hp.-outboard

: Friday in the Beulah Baptist offering his congratulations Inman Green Rt. 2 Box 147-1 j' 2 baths, large utility room Royal motor. Can be seen at
: Children's Church for Lacy Thomas, 78, to the local administrator Raiford Roal 3tchg 6-141-I separate dining room. Red Alvarez Service Station.

( I of Lake Geneva who died the ACHA official said 1 can own your own FOR SALE screened front porch. Lot j 2'| _- _u __-__._ ___tfchjf I
Wednesday May 30, in I! acres. 1126 West Madison. ,,, i'
aj i "This affiliation will give youan Ready mix concrete, concrete FOR RENT-2bedroom house
Starke hospital after :I Home Phone 9641001. tfchg gas stove. space heater and 1 '
an extended opportunity to participatein _
I block piers, fence posts sand -- -
hot water heater. 381
.Polos illness.A the support of the program !i Our carefully planned cement,mortar mix rock steel i PEYTON FLORIST St. See Thomas E. Lewis 1118

'Caps native of Clay County of the college and thus con- I j home modern in al oyster shell, limerock, and roof 119 S. THOMPSON ST.hg Pratt St. Phone 964-0354 Up
he was born March 3. 1886 tribute the advancement of ,i --
gravel. Phone 9842521. tfc PIION; 964-4155
the son of the late Pixtori see WORLD
administration I the
the field of hospital respects including
Bradford Engineering Co. NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 BOOK before buying? any en
and Harris
Mary Thomas. He in payments. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your '
FOR RENT-Cottage over
k' Size 3-8 was a Baptist.
generaL"I I water Kingsley Lake By week We Wire Flowers An/where > local representative since 1951.
Surviving are his wife Eu Elks To With No Obligations or month. Phone 369-2311- tfchgFOR Box 603 Ph. 964-3794 tfchg

Toy.o C. First Quality daughters nice Glover Thomas Mrs. Doris; two Flag Day Ceremony I II Let us show you how it tfchg;I f -WANT TO TRADE home-in r

SALE Three bedroom Starke for place In the coun-
Moody of Green Cove Springs is done Just as we've WILL BUY- Hardwood timber house. Gas furnace and air try. Phone '964-8331 or write
For and Mrs. Geneva Lucy of I Seven members of Starke done it for any amount in lakes', conditioning. VA financing. ,, Rt. 1 Box .26-A. Starke 2p 6-14
29c Values 3 $$100We | ;!Lodge BPOE attended the St so many swamps creeks or ponds. We Attractive location in City. i, -- --. .
Arlington Also surviving are 1,i'Augustine lodge supper meeting Others! will cut and haul or you can Call 964-1282 for information.tfchg. FOR RENT Furnished a-
two sons W. Rowan Thomas' deliver to Starke. AJJ.C. Tim- !i I nartment at rear of store :221
of Keystone Heights and J.j Wednesday night of last w e II |i ber Co. P.O. Box 163. Starke.! !I' N. Temple Ave. Phone 969-

B. Thomas of Green Cove I Those attending were M e: PHONE TODAY UP!I i FOR RENT 3 room all !I. 2981. tfchg
'Lewis, Thomas,. Lewis, _Geo r WILL CLEAR land. I electric eouipted apartment. I IL. -> MT-1TT- _
Springs; two brothers Jess II
Brown, Titus Olson, Warren grade landscape: plant fenCe\\ To single or Christian couple. i'. FOR RENT-2 bedroom house
We Refund and Sewell Thomas; and a, 964-8641 Phone 9691545. tfchz'' nished cottage on Oklawah
Exchange We Satisfy .Winkler. John' CrockreD and rey or mow TOur lawn. .
.. sister Mrs. Unnie Beck all Robbjp Shaller. sponsible Write Yard Service.P.O. ., I j I River near Orange Spring
of Theressa; and 13 grand "Better Built Homes"LA Box 163. Starke. Up FOR SALE I $35 per week. Phone 9645951.
The Elks Club is sponsoringa I !
M. R. Judd.
children. j Used Refrigerators $29.95 char.
I Need I up.
Officiating at the funeral Flag Day ceremony on June i I used refrigerator? You can i(; Used Television $29.95 up. THREE BEDROOM newly
Dollar,150'w. ;14 with T. H. Slade giving a 15, Convenient Terms. Free de
services were Rev. H., H. Mott j RUE get a guaranteed refrigerator I decorated unfurnished house
and t minute talk on "Communism" $19.95 un at Western Auto livery. Bullinjrton Appliances. for Rent. 1011 Butler Road.
Rev. R. T. Williams. In
lover radio station WRGR 'at tn"p In Kbtrki 2trhg 67I .100 West Call St Starke. Fla. Phone 9646811. 2tchz 6-7
terment was' in the family

i plot in Beulah Cemetery un-16 p..m. CORPORATION i FOR RENT on Kingslev Lake INSURANCE at reduced rates. GOOD USED Ranges and re-

CALL. ST. STARKE, FLA. [ der the direction of DeWittC. i'B.I' C, Holtzendorf<< 1 1I I I Two bedroom house July and .Auto. Fire Boat. Doyle E. frkerator at Drices you can
!i ?, .,, L. ;; ?11 c August phone 533-2461. Conner Insurance Agency. attwL .North Florida Suuoly.
a W. Madison
--- -- ',. Jones Funeral Home of! I free tickets to'FI rtd are at I i I Itchg> Phone 964-4501. tfchelUJA 412
E. Call St.
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/n1ry'YYnYTnyn'Y'f'n'Y1 daughter, Miss Mary Pinks. not be restored, but can be re, doff Gerald Mingledoff, Va- VVYYYYYYVVVYVYvYYYyTvGRAHAM
ton, at Crystal River Fridaj r tained. She can see ,better nowthan nessa Milligan, and Karen 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Monday, June 11, with Elaine I Will Baptist Church at 2 pjn.

BROOKERBy night. Mrs. Green made thE she has for years* Williams.all played selections NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Pinion and Mary McBride in t with Rev. Louis McKay of.

trip with her grandson and I Jim Bud Lang *iaa recently, for the, program. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD charge. All parents are ask- ficiadng.HOMECOMING.
COUNTYBy ed to send their children. The
wife Mr. and Mrs. Claren been
Shirley Green discharged from the arm Mrs. J. H. Saxon, 92, Has
Pinkston and family of Orange ed forces and .is at home now. Surprise Birthday Party By Richard CaintAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ( Elizabeth Givens program will start at 9 a.m.
,A AMiss / Park.Graduation. We all welcome Jimmie bach Mrs. and end at 11 a.m. each day.

Exercises home. J. H. Saxon was honored .&. . . . . .. .. . . . No enrollment is required, and
Juanita Stalnaker with ------------------ &&&&&&& &
attended a surprise birthday
Graduation Mr. and Mrs. Zack refreshments will be served. FIRST NAZARENE
the Florida Hairdressers exercises werE'held Edgar Manning returned party after Summer
prayer Program
meeting at
and Cosmetologists As-- [ Monday night at Brook. home from St. Luke' Hospital Hampton Christian Church son had as a Sunday guest The summer at I June 30 with Mr. and Mrs. You do not have to be a CHURCH ALA TKA
sociation Convention In Or- er Junior High School for IS i (last week. He had receivese : a Thursday evening, May' 25. I her sister, Mrs. Della Osteen, RJE School starts Monday, Church as NewsEbenezer hosts. member of our church to attend -

lando recently. members of the eighth gradT. back injury and has to wear a "Miss Ellen" Saxon celebrated of High Springs. Also visiting June 11, at 8 ajn. All students I so please support us by Sunday, June 10
Mrs. Charles Parker L. Casey of Starke was I cast to support his back. her 92nd the Robinsons were Mr. and Baptist Church,: sending your children. i
of birthday that who
Cocoa day. plan to participate. Rev. E.
and sons visited Mrs. Brook the speaker, and Supt. H. P,. John and Betty Bnnnb low,, Refreshments were served, Mrs. James Thomas of Jack- in the swimming program areexpected I held D. Robinson pastor, The usual worship scheduleis Those Interested Call
Perryma Morgan of Starke presentedthe I Edna Allen, and Howard Whor-' as Mrs. sonville and Mrs. Frank Thomas regular services starting to be followed throughout
Gainesville Sun- opened her to bring along their 964-8052
with Ask For
graduates with their di, ton, all of Jacksonville called gifts. She of Hampton.Mr. Sunday School at 9:30: a. I the week. ,
day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. plomas. Rev. L. L. Parker on the Stricklands and Ejg- preciation for the ap- and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff registration and blank, filled out m. Covenant Meeting, 11 a. Final Rites Dausman.
T. Taylorand thoughtfulness signed by their parentsor
m. Visitors
had were Rev. and
gave the invocation and ben, lands Sunday afternoon.We of both as guest Sunday their Funeral services for Eddie
family of Palatka were gifts and party son and guardian before they can Mrs. Otis Ornald of Keystone i BASKET LUNCH
ediction. missed of faithful daughter-in-law Mr;
weekend one our arrangements. Risby will be held !
guests of Mr. and take part in the program. Heights, and Mrs. Sunday
and Sarah Jen-
Mrs. ,Roy Green and family. Miss Regina Harreil wvaledictorian' I little girls from Junior VBS Begins Saturday; Colen Ratliff, and Swimming will be daily from kins of New Bethel June 10, at Bethlehem Free
two Baptist
Union of
sons Gainesville
Sunday eveninJ'-Brenda Miley -
Mrs. Matilda Gatlin of and Eddie Doug Daily Classes Next Week 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Other fea- Church.

Starke visited Mrs. las was salutatorian of the'Doshia u Starling, who was sufferingwith Vacation Bible School at Mrs.Wynn of Gainesville, Mr. and tures of the, program will be After service, the Women's I
tooth ache and had to Albert Sparks and son i fOR
Prescott last week. class. stay home. Hampton Baptist Church will of Graham, Mr. and Mrs. J. arts and crafts, reading to Department met with Mrs. : t.

Mr.. and Mrs. John Jolliffand. The flowers and corsages Leonard I begin Saturday morning, June E. Keene Jr. develop skills, outdoor and indoor Ornald, missionary, and Mrs.I .
Norman >s improving and family of ,
family of Byhalia. Ohio were presented to the class 9, at 9.a.m., with a parade Graham recreation, and teenage Sarah Jenkins, vice presidentof I
nicely from his recent Mrs. Ratliffsmother
visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl by the Brooker Garden Club. op- and preparation day, followed hops on Tuesdays and Thurs- the Department Auxiliaryto ,0 .
eration. He Mrs.
at home now and Minnie Cren-
Green and family Sunday by five days of morning clas- days from 7 to 9 p.m. Trans- the Mount ,,
i Members of the graduatingclass able to be up and going around shaw, of Gainesville. Sinai Associa-
night. ses next week, June 11-15, portation will not be furnishedfor tion
were: Regina Harreil], some. Mrs. Kate Starling had as to elect new officers for

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons Alice Knight, Jane Mann, Ja The Black Creek Sunday from 9 a.m. until noon each Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. the Tuesday and Thurs- the coming year. All mem- !

and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. nice Mott, Patsy,Padgett, My- School Association will meet day.All Earnest Orteges of Jackson- day night activities.Transportation bers are asked to be present'! -

Layfield of Gainesville visIt- ra Parrish, Mary Ellen Regis at the Highland Church on June children in this area villa. will be pro- in a meeting at 8 pjn. June 7 i '\ INtFLORIDI'

ed Mr. and Mrs.. N. C. Mott ter, Kathryn Prescott, Mike.Castlen 21. All are invited to attend. between the ages of 3 and 16 Richard Cain has accepted vided for all students who to make plans to renovate the j

Sunday. Tommy Drawdy, Ed When we arrived home from are invited to attend. Each employment with the Florida take part in these programs church.-Mrs. A. Chandler re- '

die Douglas, Andy dainey, church day's activities will include when the bus makes up its porter. '
Bob Hinton of Miami visited Sunday night we founda Bible Highway Patrol and will be ;
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green Vernon Knight, Charles Ro little note on our door telling study classes and worship stationed in Palatka.Mr. regular run to pick up chil- Allen Chapel A.M.E. will i

t{Saturday afternoon.MISS berts, and Billy Woods.CLAY us of the Homecoming next periods, handwork and and Mrs. Carl Jones dren who go swimming. For observe Trustee Day this Sun- i

..... -. Sunday, June 10, at Clay Hill music. Rev. W. P. McElroy, had as Sunday further information concern- aay with Sunday School at 1"
I unaa ana Ginny JoiWf fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' pastor, will serve as Drinci- +1. ___..__ L'supper_ .guest,. ing the program, please con- 9:45: and Junior ROYAL PALM, .
of Byhalia, Ohio were or course, everyone is invitoo- pal for the VBS. WIt: pastor 01 me unristian Church in - --- -
especially singers.We Church in Hampton.Miss tact -Prof. Eddie Thompkinsat charge at 11 a.m. The Mis-
Sunday night guests of Miss Workers for the school include MOTEL
Shirley and Linda Green. HILLBy have 59 enrolled in Sun, Sylvia Starling of RJE High, phone 964-8371 sionary Service message at 6p.m.
Mrs. E. L. Birt, Mrs. or phone 964-8451. Or you will be delivered
day Schools and had 59 present Gainesville was visiting Miss by Rev.
Visitors of Mrs. Rosa Kel- Mrs. J. L Strickland1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Lawton Youngblood Mrs. Roy call
last Sunday. Best of all, they Sharon Cain over the week- may Givens L. A. Sampson. Fully-air-conditioned
ley during the week were Mr. Starr, Mrs. D. E. Hill, Mrs. Walker at 969-1352. All members I I
had three 100 cent classes. and friends are
and Mrs. Lavan Kelley of St. Milton Mosher end.Mrs. i Wall-to-wall
Mrs. W. P.McElroy Club News carpeting
If invited to attend these
any Sunday School can beat t Hattie A. Lefevers of serv- ,
Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Let's all remember that Sat- Mrs. Richard May,: The Carnation *
Social and ices. Eddie Free TV
record, let us hear from Gainesville was the Saturday Thompkins, trus- ,
Arthur Kelley and family of urday, June 9, is the day we Mrs. J. W. Horne, Mrs. K. B. Saving Club will 6
worship with tee chairman
We asks all *
you. thank Bro. M. T. night guest of Mr. and Mrs. mem- Swimming pool
Sarasota, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. register for Bible School at Watterson Mrs. Horace Dyal, Free Canaan Holiness Churchat bers to
Knight for this rep'art. Hang T. H., Lefevers. pay trustee dues so the
Kelley and of Waldo Highland, and start work: Mrs. Lester Slade Excellent restaurant door
sons we Mrs. Char- 4 pm. next
another one on our door, please! N. J. Slade of Oxford Sunday, June 10. All l obligations of the trustees can
Mrs. T. E. Persinger of Mas- Monday, June 11. Meet us at les Hicks, Mrs. Glenn McIn- wasa members Golf
We had 72 present at H'gh- Sunday guest of Mr. and are to be on be met. course near
sachuetts, Mrs. Fred Waldronof the church. tosh, Mrs. J. A.
land last Sunday, with 61 being Mrs. Ed Parrish.Mr. time. The birthday party will Mount Moriah Methodist Credit cards honored

Wildwood, and Mr. and Susie Padgett visited us last 100 per cent members. The Ben Mrs. Durwood Dortch, Mrs. E. and Mrs. H E. Starling. be announced soon and plansare Church will hold regular services ,-1
Mrs. Steve Kelley of Jackson- week and the D.: Allen, and Mrs. Ethel Tid- i I
says operation o !
ginners the being made to make thisa as follows
won banner with a had as Sunday guests Mr. and : Sunday :
ville.Mrs. her right eye was a great sueI grade of 90 per cent. Adult well.Parties. Mrs. N. T. Thomas of La- gala affair. The presidentasks School, 9:30: a.m. MorningWorship j I i 1250 Cleveland St. (.State 60)) A I

Mary Green attendedthe I cess. She was almost blind in Men were next witn a gradeof Field Trips Crosse and Miss Hazle Jonesof all 26 members to be 11 a.m. Love Feast.'I CLEARWATER

[ graduation of her grand- this eye, and the sight can- 89, and the Adult Women Mark Several School Closing Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. present June 18 in a special Holy Communion, 6:30: p.m. : dFnpN

scored 88. This was some close classroom parties Starling then attended church business meeting of vital im-i This will be the last service'
and field
race, but we can do even better closing trips marked the with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas at portance.The before the Conference which ,
Let's work while it is day, Hampton Elemen- the home church near La- Fiesta Social and Savings will be held<: in Daytona Beach,:
for the night cometh when tary School last week, and Crosse. i Club met at the usual June 1115. ran i

1 1 / e 1 man can work no more. er comparative the building quiet this reigned week ov- John Surrency is reported time to make plans for a Summer Bible School I 't eGttDI

as beach party on June 23. All Bethlehem Free Will ""''
only teachers remained to doing fine after being sick for Bap- i &8ag pmt ftotetiifica cost fcecsSV taps*
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1HAMPTON complete records and finishup sometime now. members are asked to meet at tist Church will start a sum- : tlt- t4J1.d.liIIft

If anyone is interested in the home of the president.The mer Bible School for the chil-
the work of the school
year. buying a house in this section next meeting will be held I dren of the community on

of the county, there are
Trips included the fourth
three or four around Graham -
and fifth grades to the Flor- ..... _
By Mrs. D. -I
E. Hill that are for sale. ... I
ida State Museum in Gainesville ,

iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJohn on Tuesday, and a pic- Bookmobile Summer

H. McGruder, 9'7. nic trip for the lower gradesto ScheduleThe Bookmobile will be in THERE'S' NO SMARTER BUY IN TOWN THAN A :i
Highland zoo on Thursday. -
MARY CARTER PAINT CO. Buried Here Tuesday Graham the 2nd and 4th'Fri

Burial was at Hampton Swim day of each month, from'10:30: !
Program Starts Soon
Cemetery Tuesday morning, till 11. It will stop in front of FORD

June 5, for John H. McGrud- The annual summer swim- the T. H. Lefevers place: June VACATION SPECIAL!
.STARKE. 321 North ming program sponsored by
'" 'er, 97, of Jacksonville, who 8-22; July, 11-25; August 10-
Temple Ave. died Sunday. Funeral services the Bradford County Schools DEALER
will be held I for six weeks 24.This ,
2 were at the Key-McCa.be funeral Is the Summer sched-
PALATKA '. 900 Lemon this year starting Monday,
home In Jacksonville.Until ule only.
June 18. Transportation for
they moved to Jacksonville -
about 18 years ago, Hampton will IA ALAAAAAAAAA. uW A'S644'
Mr. again be furnished with the LT IRLCtK4i /
and Mrs. McGruder, the M'O S9'E

former Bessie Manire, lived in bus, picking up students here STATE FARM \
IQL.UI each morning between 7:45 ,
\ Hampton for many years, on ,
i and 8 for
ajn. the to
Division St., where the V J.
woie.l J" finee0a.omu Kingsley Lake. Various. other By Airs. E. F. MaytonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi
tar u' f .... 7aaa Slades now live.
moons \
activities will bet
held during -
Survivors include two
{ ee0. .II'IIR" tori
Metal Meeds 11h.] ca & granddaughters, Mrs. Alicia the afternoons at Starke Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mc-

CIA .. ..cai.: .. riIIO. Smith of Lakeland, and Mrs. and Brooker, although each Donell and children of Tam-

: M" 1riI -n.. ; SOUSE Betty Jane McGruder of Ger individual must furnish his pa visited Mr. and Mrs. R. P.

and two own transportation for these. McLendon over the weekend.
many; ,
$- ..
Personals Rev. E. F. Mayton attended -
Henry M. Horan of Jackson
: 0 Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Williamsof
I I ville and Earl McGruder in the Florida Annual Methodist -
New Port Richey are the Conference this week in
Germany. Mrs. Louise Maitre
illJr 8d ilil.. t.. Js' parents of
of Hampton is a sisterinlaw. a daughter, Mar Lakeland.Mrs. .
I : tha Ellen, born Monday, May P Ralph Memnger and TRAVEL IN STYLE THIS SUMMER

28. Mrs. J W. Horne
left Sunday

Recital Features Piano to visit with her son-in- children have returned to AND TRAVEL ON US!YOU'LL SAVE
Pupils of Airs. Lyons their home in St. Louis aftera
Fifteen piano pupils of Mrs. law and daughter and faro two weeks visit with Mr. i ENOUGH ON A ily, and Sammy Williams, who
Leonard Lyons presented a and Mrs. Fred Russell.Mr. .
had been visiting with his PUT YOUR TRIP CII THE ROAD.IT'SA
50 FOOT i recital Wednesday night lastweek and Mrs. John Moon

GARDEN at Hampton BaptistChurch returned grandparents home for with two her.weeks, of Memphis Tenn. are guestsof SMART DEAL WE'RE' OFFERING! .

during the prayermeeting Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Simp
Mrs. Onard Parker and son
hour.Hampton son. They will return homeMonday f
and daughter, Buford and
students taking accompanied by Mrs.
part were Vicky Dyal Susan Mary Alice left Tuesday mor Simpson's mother, who has GstmO-ii f4pbvb at \ ,
ning for week's to
HOSE qc Dyal, Debra Hicks, Terry Mc- a been visiting here for some

Elroy, Sheryl McElroy, Debbie erly Homestead lived. where they form time. BIG-SIZE( $ SAVINGS ON A RJUSEEKUDUS tnmJj! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

Hill, Wendy Hill, Elaine
Rev. and Mrs- W.P. McEl ai ON ANY FORD IN OUR STOCK

5 Year Guarantee U Mosher.Youngblood Mary and Ellen Mrla Hainesof Jean roy and children, Floyd Smith THE RIGHT POINT for the *

and Kathy Conklin, attended and
way you write. Come in
Waldo, and four from Key-
tone Heights, Larry Mingle- homecoming services Sunday select your favorite ESTER-
at Joppa Baptist Church near BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE LOW

Cross City. Sheryl and Paula GRAPH.

McElroy remained to spend *

this week with relatives in


Mrs. Richard Castle, who 73'f

i has been visiting here with t ro f1Um! S SE MJ/ CII f 1 5 ALLOWANCES AND YOU

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. mt
w.co SPCmS
AUTO SERVICE H. Lott, was taken to Bradford .Ip
County Hospital in Starkefor -

. Starke Motor B. Wright Starke's treatment last week. rand
SINCLAIR SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill f
Parts Co. Inc.NAPA. Cities Service StationJ.
STATION daughters drove to Jacksonville
on Friday last week.
four Complete Auto Service C. Gardener, Prop.Every .

:lie Tires Batteries Mechanical Serriee Mr. and Mrs. H. I> Ownhey E.Johns. DONT PAY). CENT FOR 6
of Keystone Heights and Mrs.
I Lubrication Washing General Repairs Automatic WEEKS.
Brownlee & Clark
Cor. T. F. Brown of Hamptonspent
542 Madison 169-2401 ifWE'lL
Phone 964-OSQl, 964-0811 Transmissions Sunday in Jacksonvillewith

Dodd's Service & Cities Service Products Mr. and Mrs. Frank p: EVEN'GVE
AUTO REPAIRS_ Brown. about this question: YOU

Earl GarageALL Auto Sales 705 N. Temple Starke "Daddy, it looks just like UP TO $$300 IN CASH .

KINDS,OF Rambler Salts & Service PHONE 964-9911 mothballs!" was Jeannie's w.&OH& !: Bffl SttJ

as pelted
BErAm 'wou eh best Ie.
AUTO All Work Guaranteed International Lifetlm Ier down. But I had other DB mE am (J tHE CImPAtm) HIGH ENOUGH TRADE-IN VALUE I

Phone 369-2961 Mufflers AUTO TIRES thoughts as I watched my
pest beaten shreds.
g*. WAlsnt. SUrk FffiESTONETires crops to
Batteries Accessories What per cent of your crop

AUTO SERVICE 528 8. Walnut 9643851BUI Starke Recap Co. Seontrolervice are you loosing from hail


Gilbert S. Brown Recapping fo CUB ft Tnute Charley E. Johns .

standard Oil Service Station Starke 66" ONE, DAY SERVICE Agency -


Terms, Road BerjricePhona Balancing & A1iInmn\ BATTERIES PHONE 964-0121 TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

M4-7071 Phone 9648M1C17 : PhcmeOUt .

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\ -- I Melrose School I
-- Offers Story HourThe Ii
By Mary 1C Schaeffer ::4 i
By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer1lLLAVA11AA11.LLL&W1 Readnaut Summer

... . . . ......._. . . . _. ._. . .J ;. Reading Program at the Mel-
-- &--&AAA&Aa&A. &----------- && ------- ,
i1 \ l rose public library is featur- r
Awards Night Set $1,000 in the cafeteria fund Graduation Held ing a story hour each Tues-

For June 8 at School"On : to start next year very Last Friday Night i day during the summer K At

Friday evening June I definitely -"in the black," Eighteen Seniors received ![ months. The first story hour

8, at 7:30: the Annual Awards i' thanks to careful planning.Also rr S.v diplomas at graduation i- will be given by Mrs. L. O.

Night will be held at Key- : the lunchroom' fund -L exercises in Melrose High '-S Baldwin at 2 pjn. Tuesday,
I _
stone Heights School in the nas been used this year to -- i: School last Friday night. The V y June 5, for children from kin-

cafetorium. This will be Buy new cooking utensils Pictured above at recent installation of new officers of':', Valedictorian Miss Carol ,i('I dergarten age through the

for Grades 7 through 11, silverware, and to pay': for the Keystone Heights Woman's Club are ((1-r): )Irs. Allen Sue Hurst spoke on the : I third grade. All parents are

only, due to the limited -" part "of the new, deepfreeze.The traham of Melrose, installing officer; Mrs. Bert C. Christof- need to "wander and explore" encouraged to send their chil- -.
amount of space in he Eafe other part of the bill'was the world about us, and the dren at this time. I F
fers Sr., director one year; Mrs. Olive Stephens director LARRY STRAWN -r
torium. Howeverthe, lower shouldered"by the PTA. cooperation with others for Other story tellers will be:
grades had an awards CANCER ,CRUSADE three years; Mrs. Lucille Davie corresponding secretary; Mrs a better future. Doris Ford I Mrs. H. L. Baker June 12; I HonoredLarry l

program on 'Wednesday of GOES OVER THE TOP John Bird secretary; Mrs. John Karges 2nd vice president; Salutatorian stressed that Mrs. R. Steadham June 19; Melrose Athlete--Scholar t

this week,'right after they The Keystone Heights Mrs. Herbert Nelson, 1st vice president; Mrs. Julius Hanson,!! the quest for knowledge and Carol Hurst MrsG.. :Madsen June 26, Strawn of Melrose! lied 380 to lead the team ail

received their report cards. Unit of the American Cancer president I I truth must continue even __._m____..__....___.... ___.__m..__.....___..____..._ Mrs. J. R. Neale July 3; Mrs. was one of four young Floridians made all-conference and Sf
Friday night the .Patrol Society has topped its.$1,000 after graduation. R. Ackerman, July 10; Mrs. named ond team all-area-
Saturday as
Boys'wiirberlionore'd, and quota during the recent edu- Smokey Bear Bass FishingIn Owen Chastain director of t W. A. Wallace July 17; Mrs. outstanding scholarathletesin In track he was the leadnj

all those who ,earned- letters cational and fund-raising education services and D. Tison, July 24; Mrs. J. J. the Riverland me
Reading Club Santa Fe Lake Florida high schools. I scorer
them. There:"Will crusade according to S. E. of .a +
will 'leceive secondary supervisor Seykora, July 31; Miss M. Melrose won the crow
Larry was picked repre- : as
aLSo'be'other awards. McKay unit chairman. Total Still Open Termed ExcellentBass Putnam County schools, Float, Aug. 7. sent Class C schools while I He won the shot put tieo f{

Pledse',,note thetime, contributions to date amount advised the graduates to The Readnaut Program will three others were chosen: first in the high jump ai

7:30-'which is more than to 103766. Last year's lifs still not too lote. for fishing in Santa Fe "be individuals" and not conclude with a part on Au- from Class B, A, and AA anchored two winning ai

some, of those who attendedthe total was approximately boys and girls to join this Lake is "excellent" now. according blind conformists in meetingthe gust 14 with Mrs. W. H. Floatin schools: I record-breaking relay tea

last PTA. meeting did $800: summer's Smokey Bear Va- to C. N. Clymore problems of life. charge.A The selections were an- I Strawn holds school reco

and arrive after the fashion Mr. McKay said he would cation Reading Club -at any Northeast Florida Regional Bessie Ridenour a member special collection of books nounced by Jack Hairston i in the shot put, high iur ,

shoW. =was 'over, despite I like once more to express one of the Clay County public Manager of the Game & Fresh I of the graduating class for the college-bound student sports editor of the Jackson- : mile 880, and ran on tl

announcements that the his sincere appreciation to libraries or on the bookmo- Water Fish Commission. welcomed the audience, and; will be available with sugges- ville Journal and president of i medley and mile relay tea
program would begin at 7:30.: Mrs. Frank Ilgen, unit co- Bass the invocation and benedic- tions for reading them.
bile.Already are schooling the Florida Sports Writers His scholastic average
Cafeteria tarns > chairman, for her part in more than 150 daylight in the shallow tion were given by Rev. of ni
Association. 3.31 for four years
Certlfl: S' teofMeritWetKayeNtttm this successful drive and to children have joined and are near Melrose Bay, Clymore Kenneth Griffith of the fYYTTYYYYY.TYY.YYYYTYGRANDIN I a
in a Mrs. Robert Hendry and her waiting to begin reading said and fishermenare I Methodist Church. Strawn maintained an A-B I school.

numb'er: ot''sc ibol cafeterias group of 45 ladies who when the club opens on June catching many their limit on artificial I Joe: Halberstain of the average in grades while serv- I I

aniw: & hW' ,that there conducted the house-to- 12. A good selection of booksis and lures. The Gainesville Sun; presented a ing as captain of the Melrose Restaura .
spoons last I Keystone
aie1 schSol cafeteria's-and house canvass; and to the o nhand to choose from, bass special award from the Mustangs team
are feeding shad min-
on By Mrs. Rebecca 8amh\1
Brantley fall. As quarterback, he com- Lunches -
Dinners -
school their untiring Associ-
then there-are following for affording
young people a variety nows and can be heard and Florida Sportswriters I
cafeterias? Therefore we are support: Clay Electric for I of reading in nature : seen splashing the water for ation to Larry Strawn for i &AAAVAAAAAw4j1AAAAjLt pleted 31 of 42 passes, scored j Complete Food Servu.
not +to-'learn that the of their auditoriumfor study woods lore chosen the 11 touchdowns, averaged I
surprised use and other quite a distance. Clymore ad- having been Doris Ford Col.! James I. Sikes the To lake Out
the Cafeteria the,film" showjngsr.Dr.. outdoor scholar- 10 yards a run. He was !
Keystone School topics. : vised fishermen to look for state's top Class C f
and family of Augusta, Ga.,
Christoffers for'his time only unanimous selection for I 7 .\. M.-8 P.M
has receded'; Certificate- Don joining Smokey's club this type activity and cast athlete for 196162. Beta Open
sponsored movie are vacationing in Grandm honors in the
Merit fat being one-9"the' at the' film showings; Paul and reading the required number their lures right into the Graduating with honors all-conference Closed Tuesday
few In.'the9-state, having Smysor toil'donating the user of books members will be middle of the feeding bass. in addition to Miss Hurst and shown last Friday afternoon. 'I with Col. Sikes parents Mr. Riverland loop last year. Btwn. Standard & Gull St.,'
and Mrs. H. B, Sikes.
over 80 per cent participation. Keystone Beach for the awa/ded certificates suitablefor Miss Ford, were Jeanette The cheerleaders presented 'I I In basketball Strawn aver- Keystone Heights
Bream fishing has been We regret to note that
Recently Mr. Sprow and fish fry; the Rotary Club framing. Ahrano Joe Pete Angle [Continued on Page 101] aged 21.1 points per game, tal- I
good along the east shore of [Continued on Page 10]
Mrs. Bntt [cafeteria and the Lions Club for Smokey Bear the club'& patron Oleda Bowen and Larry -'-
Santa Fe around -
supervisor] were invited to sppnsoring the fish fry; is the national symbolof cypress Strawn. "
roots in three to four feet of
a breakfast Pensacola_ The Rotaryanns and the forest fire prevention.Any Attendance Awards
where they and other Junior Woman's Club for child may join the water. Bream and shellcrack'ers School ended last Friday for a limited time only ..: ,:
are also bedding in several .
principals and supervisors, furnishing the desserts for club through June 12 by going with the presentation of
of the lake.
would receive their 'award- the fish fry; Mrs. Mildred into any'one of three Attendance Awards. Students

but unfortunately it'was not Lo'vorn and Her Girl Scouts, county libraries -Green Cove Santa Fe located in the having perfect attendancefor

convenient for them due who assisted at the fish fry; Springs Keystone Heights or corners' four counties-Al- the entire school year

to the distance and: time Mrs. Charles Wallenius and Orange Park- or by catchingthe achua, Bradford, Clay and were:

involvedbut they have her group of teen-agers who I boowmobile at any one of Putnamis one of the larg 2nd GradePaul Morris PLAYTEXeJ;

received then award via conducted the road-blocks; its seven stops and signing up. est lakes in North Florida Mary Ann McBrayer Carolyn ?

mall. You may see it hangingin Belote Drug Store for Clay County children are I and Is one of' the few lakes Herrenr.. I, 'y
the cafetorium. donation of a "day's-proceeds advised to watch for the pos- thatjmahttafned' its water level 3rd Grade =Lake- Brinkley.1 ;

At first this year it from coffee; and George ters showing Smokey Bear I during the extended Nathan, Bruce Donald Tyer.. 1'fr": :

was a little difficult to LaRue for opening-day and inquire there about the I drought. 4th Grade- Woody Bryan. j WILL / ,

stretch the lunchroom budget receipts of his Mini-Putt summer reading club. Public boat ramps are located Rudy Dampier Charles ,

and still keep the quality of Golf-Course. I on Melrose Bay and on Perry Allan Griffin. Janet .. t

the lunches up to par. In summing', Mr. the northeast shore of Little Pierce Martha Pierce. r a Playtex Living LongCn BraP'A a
Besides they started the million Americans Santa Fe in Bradftrd Coun- 5th Grade -Diane Addison -
McKay said, "There are who have with elastic magic-midriff for
year over $200 "in the red" today in the U.S., one been cured of Cancer. ty. Several public camps on Phillis Odom Maria : smooth s
the lake have fish- Jean Tison. : v*, a bust-to-hipline.
However, there will be American Cancer Society complete Yarbrough Irma
-- Volunteers, such as those ing facilities cottages, and 6th I GradeDavid Allison.' J '' White, 32A to 44D, 6.95. 1,t

listed above helped to build guide service. 7th GradeKenneth i And new' W length for. shorter.

THANKS EVERYONEIN the knowledge, the tools -Guthrie, Bill Harris, George ,waisted figures. White, 32A to

and the services that helpedto "Rolling Dollar" card party 'Matchett, Scott Sipperell 44C : mare
CLAY COUNTYYour luncheon foursomes will be .Wayne Allison.,
save their lives. It is YO U .5.95Dlzel.I.QO.
truly gratifying to know initiated.If 8th Grade- Hilda Wise
I Arwood ,
Steve Morris. Wesley
that Keystoners willinglygave of readers tire
wonderful faith and support elected me as some our
your State Democratic Committeewoman. My\ sin I their time and dollars of our continued fund- Sharon, GradeShirley Moody. Beck- v ,.-r J
I to help save the Cancer raising items we will give 9th t. .
cere thanks to each and everyone. ham Barbara Card,Wanda $ 1 F # 5- : -
Patients who can-be curedh them a little history: The : .
year." Woman's Club was startedin 'Tyer, Cathy Webster. um'
Beatrice M. (Bee) Cooper .oman's Club Notes 1924, when the businessmen 10th GradeKendall I .
Mrs. Elsie Jane France.
Julius Hansen of our townknownthen Spivey ,
II ,
'. I (Pd. Pol. AdTIlEY'VE \_.) President of the Keystone as Brooklyn- formeda 11th GradeVirginia
Heights Woman's Club and board of trade. Their wives Ford, Carol Rothhammer.12th \
-- Mrs. John, Karges second being far-seeing[ also wishedto Grade- Larry Strawn. try anyplaytex Y s

vice president attended the > be of constructive' good These students were ad- '
Florida State Woman's Club in the small community mitted free of charge to the
District 5, Workshop at formed the' nucleus of our bra j- i : '

Floral City on May 28.. The present club. They have Keystone living; 4.

.1 president of the Gainesville been going? strong? ever since -
.1o Club conducted the business and they are more determined Beauty.Shop

meeting; and announcedthat noW' than ever In this Olsen
Ray & Lois featuring
the Fall District Meetingwill vein a member has composeda F.
Lia be held in Chiefland "All Forms of Beauty Culturc"'O ,
it inOctober. poem, thus: k s y .4i Sr
Delegates present I 'Cause that bad fire was of Our' Specialties
heard about the KeystoneClub's Hair .Cutting stretchever'elastica i'c 9
such a' loss- Pixie-Swam' Back- Y "
disastrous fire loss But the sponge they did Feather Cut ,,4
It was the understandingthat
the Federation ofWoman's not tossInstead Rr.__ McKays' Realty spandex elastic made without rubber
a nickel here and Keystone 2941
Clubs had an
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fund '
or program-; --- Yes/ Playtex wilt $1.00 to the f .
but this I L -- actually pay you try new ;, sc.r.
was discounted. ,
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tfoweyer, those present-were -| Playtex Living.Bra with\ Stretch-ever Spandex elastic. > r ,
very sympathetic: ] 'j r,9 F I.r

'" "Thisbeing the fact, '.t1ie'j JI j SPECIAL.OJSCOU"T$ Playtex. makes this i offer, because they know that yoult -, .' 'riy

'I Keystone Club members I t -
continue to sponsor their i always wear a Playtex Living Bra after you try the first one. 7'S"-'
,., programs, many of which FromLASALCOs I Stretch-ever Spandex elastic is mad without rubber. J. 1'4 ,.
have caught the interest of ..
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to 'get what they want!, I the local folks all of the I So1 now jrou can machine wash the new Playtex Living i i: ... 4i g

I financial gain of the'building
A year ago, this couple shared a; dream of a I fund. Inc. Bandeau bra with detergents ,and bleach_ it :won't yellow, 41' 5:

glorious 1tion ;trip. r, The Progressive Breakfastand .R
i : I pucker,or stretch out And.it lasts up to three times longer
To day, their tickets.are bought and paid for. They j i card party held June 1was ONE WEEK ONLY

leave net Saturday. well supported tuxl>th I II .,. than an ordinary bra. So right now, buy any ;fir. 'h. b. Ploytex IMng Bro|
-+ I 50 ladies in attendance j On with nylon orcottonDacron

What happened in the meantime? Three things: : enjoyed a full day. I white; Playtex living Bra and Playtex will send you 100. :; ti' cup|

FIRST, they opened a savings account in this bank. Unfortunately, the Golf' .j.jr I AluminumProducts '"' While,32A lo 42C|
But offer for short
p hurry, good time only.
,SECOND, they,decided upon a definite savings pro, 1I'WS.held that 3.95. D sizes 1.001I

,gram, custom mad ,to the dream In their hearts. ""da'y ,ftl1 S-r ttmf 'down 'onattendanceat "J .4 'If ; % more

-( I' .theparty. 1! shed pt points.of,greatest strain where it counts most (?1 f I \ \ ,. .
til they had "what it for! their trip plus a In ,Keystone Heights the Seaview Awning ,
*.. frost. ;. and ud nJUbtKrkk ..
front cloak
magic words are cv i<*? orate cofto -
priceless som thi g- more: the habit ,of successful "play Playtime Patios -eur beet eUtl>p.Ofo cotts*, 'poda. i ,. .,
saving! ., ; cards, -and they will bringall .. CD"O ./(.. << cpNe .*d 6e Ofl polyvttar. foat .''w lit, oclH' "., ...... ,

> .- 'i ; / .' those avid,bridge and i: 1 Screen.and Glass Mbbcr,. Slratch-rtf* Jb i ck**I"tiic royo: .,tai oi, spoa6ex. I _. .
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Why not cultivate this habit yourself? It canasta players to.m st any I .4i K'y' J- _ t _. '. :; ,

will take you where you want to'go in life. gathering. So. your publicity} Enclosed Rooms '.- s ;. : "" 'd I i .--.- ----

Open a savings account here today.THE chairman will keep you i i iposted I Jack Srerner Local .. t at _. .s .. ; "- '. .. 4 f .
and when President CAR PORTS f POOL ENCLOSURES 0It.rituITFIMA11W4,4, uruwictatrw.Ui. Ziii. .e... M .
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Henson says "p ay, be -.-- ?
ready. The fund committee

KEYSTONE STATE BANK is now waiting foracentrallylocated "1 1i Florida Company Florida Capita\ '

y '. A' MEMBER F.DJ.C. i room where bi-weekly'store, or plays i' 'Phone Collect Kingsley. Lake 533-2152 I .thiy's Depar.tmen'tS t Store

'Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community .map be held. All/"grates"offers I ESTIMATES
will-be welcomed Member Chamber Comiiiercew ,.
Keystone Heights, Fla. I
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KEYSTONE regret her loss. building. served refreshments.St. p.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m. VYTvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. of Florida Acts of 1941, will I You and each of you are mand shall be in writing, and
News From The FairwaysOn The Sunday School Board William's News :Holy Eucharist on 1st 'and I register with the Clerk of the I I i hereby notified and required toI I shall state the place Of residence -
Circuit Court, in and for Brad- ,,
Sunday at the Keystone consisting of officers and The comfort bags for the 3rd Sundays each month. ford County Florida. upon receipt -i;i! present any claims and demands and post office addressof
IGHLIGHTContinued Heights Country Club teachers will meet with Veteran's Hospital In Lake Morning Prayer on 2nd and GRANDINContinued of proof of publicatiin of which you, or either of the claimant, and shall his be
there this notice. the fictitious name I you, may have against the estate sworn to by the claimant
&&A A A AAAA was .two-ball. mixed William M. Beam Sunday City are due Sunday June 4th Sunday; Litany Serviceon o f SOUTHEASTERN TANK of Rosa Lee Finn deceased agent, or attorney, and any
tournament"with 56 entries School Superintendent, on 10. Each member of the any. 5th Sunday.- Evening SERVICE, under which I am late of said County to the such claim or demand not so
engaged in business at 826 County Judge of Bradford filed shall be void.
[ from Page 71] and a number'-of:\. guests. Wednesday June 13, at 7:30: Altar Society is expected to Prayer 5 pjn. [Continued from Page 7] Talleyrand Ave. Jacksonville, County, Florida, at His officein BENJAMIN FINN,
After, the matches there p.m., in the educational donate one. .During Lent''- Litany and Fla. the court house of said Coun- As administrator of the Es-
there, was a covered dish supperat W. C. Bum la still a patient L. E. Williams, P. O. Box ty at Starke. Florida, withinsix state of Rosa Lee Finn, deceas
building. Be sure to see Mrs. Meditation each Wednesday, 3417 Jacksonville, Florida, sole calendar months from the
They hope you'll throw the club house. Circle 4, Women of the Clemensor call her at 7:30-p.nir: in Doctor's Hospital at owner time of the first publication of ed.First publication May 24, 196!.

into their lair.Their First Division Winners; Church under the chairman- 3501-to arrange for your Starke. Also a patient thereIs A.D.Dated 1962 this at 2Sth Starke day, Bradford of May this notice. Each claim or de 5-24 4t 6-14

plans fulfilled, with Low gross, Mr. and Mrs. Les Mrs. Callie Rye, Grandin
ship of Mrs. Frank E.SUtchberry time of Adoration during the FIRST BAPTIST County Florida. I
gracious thanks.You've Stephenson; Low net, May .postmaster. 5/31 4t 621pd.T .
met ,Monday, Forty Hours of Devotionsat KEYSTONE
helped them smile Henderson and Bill ReynoldsJr. June 4, at 1:30 p.m. with St. Edward's.While HEIGHTSJ. Rebecca Brantley attended Appliance -- Radio -- Television

,their way to bank Mrs. Nellie Grayson on Little the priest is anxiousfor R. Smith, pastor, Ralph Sunday nsprning services at tie Eighth Circuit Judicial Court' Ctreatt.of Florida In-'
Oh well, you get the idea Second Division Winners the Florahome Methodist and for Bradford County. laCkaneery.
: Lake Brooklyn. This was an all who so desire to go Copeland, Minister of Music .
Juniors and Husbands Low gross, Cecile Terwilliger organizational and social to Confession on Sunday and church organist. Church as the guest of Mrs. Helen Borer Concellc, : SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained

Enjoy Buffet Supper and Marshall Gallop. Low meeting.On mornings, he would like for Services: Sunday School] H. H. Gornto and family, Plaintiffvs ,

Members of the. Keystone net, Bev Widegren and Bo June 11, at 7:30: p.m., said persons to get in line 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship afterward enjoying a picnic Joseph- < Anthony Concello, i

Heights Junior Woman's Henderson.In a dinner will be held in the not later than 8:10. Those 10:50: a. m. Training Union, lunch. Defendant. Experts In Each Dept.
Club and their
spouses and the Christoffers educational building for the arriving at 8:30: and seeinga 7:00: p. m. Evening services Weekend visitors at the : JOSEPH ANTHONY CON-
boy friends enjoyed a Tournament, Eva Hall is Vacation Bible School line still waiting to be 8:00: p. m. You are invited to home of Mrs. J. F. Herring, CELLO Kennewood Hotel, El-
delightful buffet supper at two up over May Henderson. teachers and workers. A heard, should not get in the share family Prayer time witi Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. izabethtown ARE, HEREBY Pennsylvania.YOU NOTIFIED FOR QUICK Gay's I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freda Wyman is three and business meeting to discuss line since to hear them would us.vvvvvYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYl. Smith of Jacksonville, Mr. that a suit for Divorce I '
Tom Garnar on Silver Lake, two and Mrs. has bean filed against you by DEPENDABLESERVICE i
over Pansy Hawes. final plans will follow. 'delay Mass 15 or 20 minutes Harris Herring of HELEN BORER CONCELLO,
Saturday night, June 2. For Finals will be Friday, Teachers will give a short -and meanwhile, the priestis Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs. Plaintiff, in the Circuit Courtof
once; the girls got to eat between Freda and Eva. John Herring and daughtersof Florida, Eighth Judicial Ciri
talk on their lesson, telling sitting in that hot confes cult in and for Bradford Coun- CALL
thejr own cooking. [Theyare Scouts Have Awards Night what their aims and subjectswill sional. Lei's be more MELROSEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Gainesville. ty, in Chancery and you are orne-I

always catering parties- Troop 105 of Keystone be for the week. Crafts considerate, please. Weldon Brantley celebrated :, of hereby your required answer to or serve other a plead-copy 964-7511 I I
etc. to make money]. Heights had an ''Awards also will be displayed. Dr. PersonalsMrs. I his 82nd birthday on May 26.1 ing to the Complaint on Plaintiffs Appliances ;
Outdoor activities had been Night last week in Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alder- Attorney E. OOVINGTON
Holt will speak to the group. John Reid and her
[Continued from Page 71] JOHNSTON. P. O. Box 26, Gainesville -
planned ed, but the weather ville. Richard Mooneyham, The dinner will be put on mother Mrs. de la Salle man have returned to their Florida and file the or-

made this impossible. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max by Circle 5, under the leader- and her son, Johnny, will three cheers that they will home in Grandin after iginal the in Circuit the office Court of at the Starke Clerkof AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR It
About 18 people enjoyedth Mooneyham, received his demonstrate this week while spending several weeks with before the 18th
ship of Mrs. Bertha Jones. leave this week for their Florida, on or 9 Zenith
"evening. Much of the Eagle Award. Other Scout Mrs..R. A. Gaunt is in new home in Boston. Mr. attending the Cheering relatives in Alabama, South day of June, 196:!of. said Otherwise Complaint -, Maytag Frigidaire -
the allegations
credit for the success of this awards were. as follows: The Clinic in Tallahassee. Carolina, and Texas. !
charge. Reid has been in Bostonfor will be taken as confessed -i! GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
social affair goes to Mrs. Star Rank was awarded to Personals Saturday visitors at the by yo"DATED i p'
Vacation Bible School, some time working at ..., t.
this 15 day of May, -- --------:
William Young and her Thomas Bird and John under the direction of Mrs. his new job. While we hate Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Kelley r home of Mrs. Margaret 1962 'i

committee. Reid. Second Class Rank Barry Wyman, will be held to see the Reids leave, we and children of Jacksonville, Stuart were Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES A. DARBY Court,
Clerk of Circuit
Miss Esther Barco was awarded'to Johnny June 25-29 from 9 till 11:30:, can't blame them for moving, Ens. Jack Hagerup of H. H. Howard and Mr. and Bradford County, FloridaBy
Weds Mr. Blankenship Muir and Terry DeWitt. a.m. in the educational on to greener fields. Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Howard and : MARIAN L. CROSBY Clerk,

Miss Esther Barco, a Merit Badges were as building. Boys and girls Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Bill Hatfield of Sanford i children of Harriman, Tenn. Clayton Arnow Duncan Deputy &

Keystone summer resident follows: Thomas Bird, three; from pre-school through Pinon have gone to LeRoy spent Sunday with Mr. and In the absence of our pas- Johnston POWERUPFOR

from Jacksonville, was Jim Davis, two; Timmy high school are invited. The and Lawrence, Kan., and on Mrs. Jack Miller and family. tor, services were conducted Attorneys 226 South for Main Plaintiff street

married on Saturday, June Hickman, 1; John Reid, four;. course this year is "The Memorial Day attended Mrs.. Catherine Hartsfieldand Sunday by Brother Ed Gainesville Florida i PROFIT
2. at 10 a.m. to Robert E. Ernie Williams, one; Barry King's Adventure Land," services honoring their daughters of Jacksonville Wycoff of Palatka. Mrs. 5-17 4t 6-7

Blankenship, also of Wyman, Jr. one; Mike Zike, with-the theme, "Adventuringwith dead hero son. recently visited her parents, Wycoff presented special .NOTICEImpounded 1

Jacksonville. The wedding one; and Richard Mooney- Christ." The boys and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haber- Mr. and Mrs. John L. Harp. music for the evening by the Bradford

took place in St. William's ham, one. girls will go back to the gtroh left June 4 to visit Walter Mann returned service. head County of Sheriff un-marked Department.mixed hogs 26; _

Church in Keystone Heights. The boys made this fine days of castles and kingsa their seven children and from a visit with 'his son- Rev. and Mrs. Clarence sows, pigs and males ,at Darby I

Rev. Father Cornelius progress under the able most exciting adventureto numerous grandchildren In in-law and daughter, Rev. Kinzer, Southeast African Gaskins tey, % ,mile 5 Miles off what West is of known Law

Daugherty officiated. leadership of Scoutmaster find the King of Kings. Pennsylvania, and Indiana. and Mrs. Daniel Stafford missionaries from this area, as the Buddy Norman Road I

,...The bride is the daughter Barry Wyman. The faculty Is as follows: Gladys will attend the 50th and family at Bethany, Okla. were guest speakers at the Owner and paying may claim all costs.If by identifying 3 "

of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barcoof Fine Service Record Beginners, with Mrs. Bertha Anniversary of her high i ii Rev. David Martin, who Middleburg Baptist Church not claimed will be held to 11W] ,
Jacksonville, while the, Made By Local Man Jones, assisted by Carolyn i school graduating class in has been a missionary in last Sunday.A the highest in July,bidder which on is July 1st Monday 2nd- I I -

bridegroom's, parents are the Lt. Paul Bird, son of .Mr. Jean Moody, Jo Ellen Wildt Williamsport] Pa. She plans Japan, leaves Yokohomaand large number from here P. D. REDDISH, Sheriff T -
late Mr. and Mrs. William H. and Mrs. John Bird of and Phyllis Massa. Primary also to visit a former should arrive about attended graduation exercisesat 5-31 4t 6-21 LL 'I'I

Blankenship. Keystone Heights, is homeon Grades 1 and 2: Mrs. Keystoner, Mrs. Florence Aug. 8. After few days the Melrose High School -. In the Court-of the County '

Playing for the Nuptual leave after completing William Warren, with Mrs. Thiele, In Walden, N: Y. It visit with Mrs. Elizabeth last Friday night. Young Judge, Bradford County, Flo-
Mass was Mrs. Janet Lamm, pre-flight training at Pensa- Hal Hand. craft leader. was Florence who suggestedthe Melton will leave for Fort people graduating from this rida. Estate In Probate.In of i

official Organist of St.* cola. Incidentally, Paul Grade 3: Mrs. Barry Wyman, most profitable fund- Lauderdale. area were Edward Varnes, Rosa re:Lee Finn, Deceased.To '-a.

William's' Church. finished at the head of his with Margaret Muir, as craft raising project of the George P. Rippey has Rosa Cook,. Bessie Ridenour All Creditor. and Demands Persons !
Claims or
Given in marriage by her class, which should come as leader. Grade. 4:. with Mrs. Woman's Club to date. She returned from Lawrence- and Kathryn Gornto. We Against Having Said Estates *'t

brother; Charles H. Barco, no surprise. There have been R. N. Sunderland and Mrs. has written Gladys that she burg, Term-,, where he attended extend congratulations and

the bride had as her matron 52 classes of Pre-Flight William 'Bam' 'craft leader. has still another "brain- his class reunion.Mr. best wishes.In NEW HOMELITE

of honor and only attendant. Training at Pensacola, withan Grade 5. Mrs. John Bird! .child." To bad for Keystonethat and-Mrs. Henry the County Judge'. Court of I
her sister-in-law Mrs. average of 50 studentsper with Mrs. Norman Thompson, she moved away. McCrea of Jacksonville Bradford County Florida. IB '1LffgIN% '
Lynda L. Barco. class. Out of all these craft leader Grades 6 and Mr..and Mrs. W. S. Terryof spent the weekend at their Probate.In Re: Estate. of 770G CHAIN SAWS

Charles PInson was best 2,600 or so students Paul's 7: Charles Titus,- with Mrs. the ParkofthePalmshave home on'Lake Santa Fe. Walter R. Swanbom, Deceased.

man while Clyde Thomas final score was the fifth William Few, craft leader. as guests Mrs. Terry's Mr. and.Mrs. V. Y. Crawley All NOTICE persons TO having CREDITORS claims or / CTRIC GLASS BOTTOfc built for rugged cuttingThe

and Dave Ernhoffer were highest, which isn't bad.. Young People- Grades father, Willis O. Fausnaugh, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. demands against the estate of BOATS

ushers. Paul will be at home until 8-12 Mrs. Raymond Starnes, and'Mrs. Harold Druse of Shannon of Jacksonville on Walter are hereby R. notified Swanbom and, deceased required -, -_ ., new Homefite 770G(Gear Drive)chain saw has the

After the service, a'reception June 13, when he will reportto with Mrs. Charles Newman, Columbus, Ohio. their 25th wedding .anniver to file their claims in the extra dependability you need for profitable! day-after-
office of the
County Judge of
was held at the summer Corpus Christi, Texas, for craft leader. Mrs. Edith Thornqulst sary.Mr. Bradford County, Florida, in I day production cutti e.
home of the bride on Lake 12 weeks of training. Mrs. Bert Christoffers ,Sr. and sister Mrs. Ruth and Mrs, Gil Whittonof th County Court House at WILLIAMSJEWELRY !
Brooklyn. Community Church NewsA will assist 1 in all three craft Ohlson, planned to leave on Largo visited Mrs. Starke endar,months Florida,from within the six date cal-of New Micro-Mesh Polyester Fiber Air Filter stays clean

After a honeymoon final reminder that Sun- classes, while Mrs. Frank June 7 to attend the weddingof Whitton's brother-in-law and the first publication.This i longer. .can be cleaned easily. can be used

downstate, the couple will day Services at the Community -' Stitchberry will be refreshment Edith's granddaughter in sister Mr. and; Mrs, C. A. DOROTHY May AGNES:21, 1962.SWANBOM iI over and over. Dura-Bore cylinder gives coolest'

reside at 2314 Forbes.18t in I .Church will be held chairman... ,. <, St. Paul Minn. Ford last weekend, As Administratrix of the Es- I operation longest fife. New extra-wide clutch inter.
Jacksonville. throughout the summer Kay SUnderland Carol Word has been received of A. C.Spires' .Jr. of Miami Deceased.tate of Walter R. Swanbom, REPAIRS nally-vented carburetor, and roaay other features

Infant Son Dies months at 10 a.m.. with Warren, Helen Lambert, and the death of Mrs. Arthur: Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires Horns. V. KNIGHTStark. WATCHES-DIAMONDS mean long, reliable service.STARKE .

Funeral Services for Carl Sunday School at 8:45 a.m. Carol Stephenson will assist Mannering's brother in and family of Tallahassee, Attorney, Florida for Administratrix. All Work GuaranteedA.
Illinois. and Mr. and Mrs...Charles 5-24 4t 614NOTICE
Herring Jr. were held at In the absence of Dr..Holt, with registration, crafts, C. William
Sorry to hear that Mrs. RECAP CO.
Hoffman of Gainesville
and mailing.
the pastor, this past Sunday .
Cemetery, near OP INTENTION TO
142 W. Call St.
These Grolick of Santa Fe visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
girls will also conductthe
J. H. McEachern spkiThf'the REGISTER FICTITIOUS.
on Friday, June
Lake is ill Starke Fla.
1. He was the infant son of fine work of the Gideons. worship services. Spires, Sr. Notice is hereby NAME given that 1 Mi. South on U. S. 301 Ph: 964.0221
Mrs. Mae Rommelin, sisterof Mr. and Mrs D: B. .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herring He is one of several Gideon The Pioneers of the the undersigned under the pro- i
Mrs. William Waltz, has Campbell are spending the visions of Chapter. 20,953__ ,_Laws. T'-_ I,.
Members who live in Community Church Young I -
of Gainesville. Mrs. Herring suffered a relapse. She week visiting their daughter, II; 2 : : -. -n. < I-- .. _tiit_ ,d
had been a teacher at Keystone Heights. People held a swimming and
recently returned from Mrs. Irma Self in Gainesville,
Keystone Heights High The Stewards will meeton skiing party at the home of Bradford County Hospital, son and family, Capt. and

(School until March this Monday June 11, at 7:30 their sponsor Mrs. William and was convalescing at Mrs. Leon Campbell and AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
-year. Her many friends here p.m., in the educational Warren. on Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Waltz's home. Her 98 children in Tampa, and L
June 3, at 2 p.m. Mrs. Warren I
year old charmer of a mother son-in-law and daughter

who lived with her in the Mr. and Mrs. Tommy

Arthur Lockwood Cottage, Arnett, in Orlando. -


; Mrs. Robert Lambert, Bobby Strickland were mar-

I daughter of Mrs. Charles ried May 25 in Jacksonville.The 'Hull's Brake Supply VOLKSWAGENSales Johnson & Paris, MeCULLOCBCHAIN

Wallenius, is a patient at wedding was held at Inc.Complete .
BUSINESS DIRECTORY the Naval Air Station Hospitalin the home of Mr. and Mrs. "BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Service: Parts Line of SAWS
for observa Far Every Car or Truck Miller-Brown MotorsInc.
Jacksonville Richard Poland brotherinlaw SEEDSPLANTS- NEW-USED 8ALB3

..- tion. and sister of the groom. Turning Grinding Raising FERTILIZERS: SERVICE
When If Comes To Duplicate ResultsMr. Mr. Strickland Is the son While You Wait FR 2-3532 I
APPLIANCE DEALERFRIGIDAIRE: REAL ESTATE 1111 S. Main Gainesville Insecticides -Pet Supplies Florida Saw Co.
INSURANCEGO and Mrs. Julius Hanson of Mr. and Mrs. William 1030 J:.' University Ave. "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
FR 2-9829 FR 1-1411
FIRST CLASS! were top scorers at the Strickland of Melrose. i
:224 N. W. Xth Ave.
Geo. .E. LaRue C. J. Pete O'Connor regular weekly meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Carl GainesvilleB FR 2-0471 2538 N. K. 19th Dr.

the Keystone Heights Hagglund Sr. are visiting AUTO RADIATORS I Gainesville-
Keystone Heights
REALTOR I Gainesville. Fla.
Sales and ServiceYeoman's Duplicate Bridge Club on relatives and friends in
I & G Motors Co.
Electric Insurance Company REAL ESTATE Friday, June 1. Chicago.Mrs. Butler's Radiator HI.FI STEREO
HomeOwnel'8AutomobUe Bee Cooper and Olive Sally Wynn of Ocalais CADILLAC OLDSMOBILEF85 Sewing Machine
Service Fire 'MORTGAGES APPRAISALS Karges 'tied with Alice visiting her son-in-law Service IDXLMAN Top Tunes"The

Melrose GR 5-2371 Tel 4692, Day 4325, Nite Keystone Height, Phone 4217 Ketchum and Helen Phelpsfor and daughter, Mr. and, Mrs. .Host Modern Cores IB Stock Sales and Service Biggest Little Record Service Co..
second place, while Hugh Sapp. : Repairs All Cars Trucks 2001 N. W. ISth. Rt. 441 Shop in the South" New Home White

AUTO SERVICE MILLWORK Lucille Davie and Ethel Friends of Rev. and Mrs. I National Trailer Rental FR 6.7515 Hi-FI Stereo Component Dealei r NeecU Flail

LITTLE SANTA FE LAKE Graham were third high. George E. P rrar are givinga :519 S. W. 4th Ave., Gainesville Pilot Harman Karden Sales & Service

Baker. EnterprisesAuthorized Keystone Furnished Home. Estrellita dub To Meet going-away party at the FR 2-0496 KLH Fairchild Garrarc I Repairs On All Make

Millwork Shop :i bedims guest heuse, dock, The Estrellita Club of recreation building of the DODGE- SDICA- LANCER 811 W. Union Ave. Galneav.W4; 815 W. Univ. Ave., Galnesyth.

U-Haul Trailer' Dealer CABINETS FURNISHED HOME. Eastern Star will meet at Methodist Church on June AUTO SALES & SERVICE Sales Parts Service FR 2-2728 376-1075
Auto Repairs 21 Hr. Service, the home of :Mrs. Arthur 12. They are leaving for p I
Bait- Shell Gas & Oil WINDOW FRAMN spacious lot, many trees, price Lockwood on June 13, at 8:00: California soon. IMPERIAL CHRYSLER USED CARS TOO LADIES WEAR ROOFING

Available 24 Bra SCREENS and terms see: with Mrs. Francis Egan as Mr. and Mrs. John Griner PLYMOUTH VALIANT Poole-Gable Motors The Helzel Co.

Portable Electric Welding Trim Materials Associate co-hostess. There will be a spent last weekend with Authorized Sales Parti 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesvilleFR Cherry's
Edna Martin.
2 ML So. on Rt 100 Sash Made T* Order business meeting to plant for their son and daughter-in-law, Service 2-4S4S Gainesville's Most FashJonabli I ROOFING

Keystone Heights 4858 Keystone Heights TeL 42tt Keystone Heights, Fla. the luncheon of the Keystone Mr. and Mrs. .William Address For Ladles S SHEET METALS

Phone 4106 Eastern Star Chapter 279 Griner, in Jacksonville.Mr. HawesPowersMotor DRESSES SmTScOA'n J AIR CONDITIONINGNo

FLORIST NURSERY JAMEs H. McEACHEN, for Worthy Grand Matron .. and Mrs: Clyde Wesleyof Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES Job Too Large Or Too mal
202 3. E. 4th St. Gaioesviaa
Edna Williams Clemens NurseryOver REALTOR Leota Prosser's state visit Gainesville and Mr. and '105 W. University. Oalnesvfll! FB 2-1491
Mrs. _
Larry Thompson and
and Class of Instruction on FB 2-zsei I ,
FLORIST-NURSES 600 Varitles of Saturday June 23. Elections daughter of St. Augustine 204 N. Main, Gainesville INSIST THAT ALL YOUR MOVER 1
FLOWERS! Shrubs Tree Booseplanta of officers will be held. New spent Sunday with Mr. and CONCRETE PRODUCTS CLEANERS
S. E.
Tee AD OecaatoaiMelrotd Citrus & Azalea Palms McKay, RealtorLake members will be welcome. Mrs. Glenn,.Rothhammer. and Used Can 212 N. Main ARE THE BEST FROM Gainesville
Phone GR 8-2331 Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Ht 'C-341 All Make Of Vms
; Front Homes President Irene Williams family.Mr. Edwards Building
3ft Miles East of and Mrs. John MayflowerLOCAL "If It Needs Repairs
and other officers will be
INSURANCE .Keystone Heights andAueare. glad to welcome anyone Bellerjeau .of Indian River LINCOLN MERCURYCOMET Supply, Inc. Bring In To KirbyV
NURSERY STOCK holding a membership card City and Mr. and Mrs. John 726 8. Main FR 2-4144
An Insurance Savings Plan Authorized DISTANCE MOVING Authorized Kirby Distributer
from any chapter. Simmons and daughters of Salsa Senrlct Gainesville. Fla.
If You Live It's a Saving Azaleas Soc & up Orlando, spent the weekend Parts Storage And Crating Kirby

U You Die It's Insurance J' to 4' Azaleas Special $%.00 ea. Winifred H.CRAWFORD. KLTSTONE HEIGHTS with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford. Trained- Mechanics OeeI GaInesville FB$224
Landscaping Material Available Mrs. Jack Miller and Used Can Sales & Service
ASK YOUR GULF MAN See Our Plants Before You Buy COMMUNITY CHURCH daughter attended the funeralof ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES 12 S. W lit GaittMYffisFB

,L. R. Brault 0. C. Carnes Nursery Dr. A. C. Belt Minister: H-:H. Aultman of Mul- Barkley Motors 6-7119
Re Real Eatate Brekar Mrs. Gcorre A. Canora, Organist
Keystone Hghts. Tel 4U8-4151 Florahome 684-4665 and Dlreet r. berry last Monday. 615 N. !Mala 0tJnenU1t Electric Motor Lillian's Music Store 1. I

Lake Properties Acreage Richard Cushman Youth DIr. WinnmroflieJrose: I WELDING
INSURANCE PACKAGE STOREShaughnessyfi Ranches BosiaeM a City Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Duplicate: Bridge were': I Crane Motor Co. Repair Co. Gainesville 1933KRAKAVER Leader"Since .
First i plAce, Mrs. Alice Ket- Universal Welding,
HomesRental* Morning Worship 11 a. m. LARK ANGLIA WINTER-
Murrhee Insurance chum and Mrs. George OF GAINESYELLE INC.
Take A Person Inters ENGLISH FORD Company"
PACKAGE 8TOR1 In Your Youth People 7 pjn. Pioneers Phelps; second place, Mrs.
AgencyGeneral OPEN S A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY Requ1rentefldway 6, p. m. Mary Cook and Miss Iva MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO COMPLETE ELECTRIC PIANOS PIANORGANS\ \ Pipe (Colaams Steel F&kriea*

Insurance CLOSED SUNDAYS I I-, ; : Keystone HeigbtiIfclreae ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Hillyer;; third place Mrs. Authorized Sales t Service MOTOR CHORD OB'GANS$151$315 tion Steel Repair Trade

fire Casualty Bonds Keystone Melrose Highway CIIURCBKEYST01\ G. M. Allen Jr. and Mrs. "Complete Service fir AH KATJg AND SERVICE Guitars Drum* Sheet Bodies Trailers
Allied Ray Becker fourth Makes" "Distributer. of Miaie SPECIAL
Line*, Also ; place DESIGN
Hhray 21-Opeq SoaJays Eev. Wm. W. Wontall. VIcar
Keystone Heights, 2731 Blue Fine Package Store ft Bar Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. 60s E. University Ave. New Lincoln Mos Budget Ornamental Iron Work
q I-HI1 t Daily Morning Prayer 8:30 FR FR 2-S31S FR C-59i 519
Et. 1M haUl --. John strawn. S. MaIn Gainesville
.. '" a.pL'DaUy Evening Prayer 6 !-- -,. OI "24251PU.. :::- 1130 6. 'Lfan. Gainesville 112 S. E. First 0&mmUl. n t-7451
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