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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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i "! VOLUME EIGHTY-FOUR STARKE!, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. APRIL 25, 1963
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in a matter that property which Is only 18 On New Courthouse < .

Commissioner George W. Rob- feet wide at its widest part,,

erts Jr. said "would put the may also fall heir to one-half I

board in the real estate busi- [125 feet] of a block of Mun. In a workshop session with architect Frank George
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ness was delayed "for furtherstudy" roe Street that was cut off by Commission began deciding -
the
morning County
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by the County Commission the Road Department, when what offices and agencies should be i includedin

I Tuesday. 301 was re-routed. It is presumed plans for the proposed new Bradford County court
.4. Guy Andrews, president of 1IL _
I .;, that the city will sooner Over $$400,000For house.
Belco Construction Co., had
T.4 >V/ \. asked the board to adopt a or later close this unused Winning Slogan: Out of some 31 items tentatively suggested by architect -
block on Munroe, in which George onlytwo remained on the undecidedlist.
( : resolution rescinding its action ,

I,_ v .' _ of April 2, requesting the event half of the street will 'The County 01 Planned Pro gress'J SeasonStrawberries These were offices for the Superintendent of

yw State Road Department to revert to .the property owners Public Instruction and School l Board, and offices for

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I t nuun- 'n. deed all excess rightofwayon on each side. Mary Ann Graudon. 12- Rt. 2, Starke, at upper right. the various agricultural agencies (county agent, home

't_ Mayor Chitty signs proclamation for Edward Pace the U.s. 301 [south] pro- If Andrews obtains the triangular year-old daughter of Mr. and Mary Ann's slogan which brought more than have$400,000 already to demonstration agent, ADA, etc.)
ject to the county. Mrs. Fred Graudon of Starke, "the judges selected best
Day in Starke. Father Dougherty of St. Edwards Andrews is interested in strip, he will get the as Bradford County growers this The idea was advanced tnat
receives $50 cash award from cut of 118 entries, was: Green who said he thought
J Church, at right. acquiring a triangular piece of entire block of Munroe.: if and season for the biggest returnin perhaps it would be better to
Buford Mitchell president of I excess right-of-way at the intersection when it Is more than a quarter of a create an agricultural centeron I
'' closed, since he the Civic Roundtable, for herprizewinning Planned Progress. for in the new courthouse
'Mayor Proclaims of Munroe and will then own adjacent prop- slogan for Brad- Second place slogan was: century. the new fairgrounds property so that the public would '

,,I t ) Madison Streets on the new erty on both the east and ford County. "Bradford, the Jewel of the Sales at the Starke Farm- I where all related agen- have advantage of "one-stop

J Edward Pace Day For Starke route of 301 through Starke. west sides. Second prize wim.Mrs.. Florida Crown." ers Market totaled $340,717.88through I cies of this nature could be service," attending to other
The property is just east of Andrews told the board Tuesday, and estimated housed together.
Milo Seigler of the State Third place: "Locate and courthouse affairs, while
: Mayor Randal Chitty has grounds of St. Edward's Par Andrews' building which for- I Tuesday that he was vitally I Farm is at left; and third Live in North Florida's Golden sales by growers who The suggestion was opposed transacting their business with

jproclaimed! Friday. Apr. 26. as ish Hall from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri merly housed the Winn-Dixie Interested in this property : place winner, Don Richie of Triangle Bradford Coun- sell their berries through othI I by Commissioner Russell the agricultural agencies.The .
er channels
'Edward Pace Day In Starke store. and that he intended to continue ty." would put total architect said that, in

to commemorate the 25th anniversary day.At 10:30: ajn. Friday, Arch- Andrews told the board that .his intensive efforts to Second prize was $25, and berry revenue for the current his observation, the trend is
of the death of bishop Joseph P. Hurley, the disputed property was all obtain title to itCommissioner Senate Writes third, $10. The awards were season well over the $400,000 Public HearingSet toward agricultural centers,

tarke's distinguished CathoUc Bishop of the Catholic Diocese set to be sold at auction by Roberts mov-I presented at a dinner meetingof mark. TonightOn away from the courthouse
clergyman and educator. of St. Augustine. will the State Road: Department ed for the adoption of a resolution -I $400 Teacher the Civic Roundtable last So far this season, 103,440 proper. He said that Bradford

Citizens of Starke will ob- celebrate a Requiem Mass for several weeks ago but that rescinding! the board's' Friday night.President flats [12 pints have been SewersA County already has a good

jjerve the occasion by partaking Monsignor Pace, a native of the sale was suddenly cancel- action in asking for the excess Pay IncreaseA Mitchell said that sold through the Starke mar- start In this direction with its
ket,
of a free fish fry on the Starke who died 25 years ago led for no announced reason. right-of-way. He said It the County Commission wouldbe as compared with 81,813 public hearing to discuss new fair facilities and is ahead -

on April 26. He will also ded- Whoever gets title to the was customary. for the Road asked to adopt the slogan during the entire season in the Bessent Road sew- of many Florida, counties

Third Rabid icate a bronze plaque In StEdward's triangular shaped piece of Department to dispose of such teacher pay-raise package officially, as will the Chamberof 1962. Total berry revenue at I age situation has been set in this respect.
at auction and totaling $:C0.2; ) million for an the market in 1962 was $285- Councilfor
Church to commemorate parcels public Commerce and other 989.39. by the Starke City The Commission delayed a

Coon Found the distinguished clergy Retail TradeEstimated he did not see any reason to across-the-board salary hike r groups. Bradford businesseswere Volume is the decline tonight [Thursday] April final decision in this matter

man in whose honor the depart from the usual pro- of $400 a year was written asked to make use of it and the shipping on could 25, at 8 p.m. in the city pending consultation with the
Catholic Church in Starke was cedure. He said if the commission on their stationery and in season hall.
involved.
last into the Senate appropriations end agencies
suddenly with the
Friday departure -
named St. Edward's.On Up obtained title to the other advertising. The hearing was set to
bill Wednesday.The of buyers for other areas Also postponed was the decision -
May 3. 1922 MonsignorPace property and sought to sell it, air the decision made by
Another rabid coon-third preached the sermon at Since 1958 the county would be "getting committee rejected the After that, some growers will thecouncil to charge residents whether to Include the
turn the loose in their School Board "hi or'' out" of
io be positively identified for the Cathedral of St. Augustine into the real estate business" full $88 million increase pro- Jaycees Endorse public on both sides of Bes- Commission .
i fields the new plans.The
abies! in Bradford County on the occasion of the What will the new Business and become involved unnecessarily posed by the Florida Educa- I at on a reduced"pickyourown"basis sent Road 75 cents per foot It was said will ,confer

Jnce Jan. 1-was taken In Episcopal Consecration of Bishop Census, to be taken later this: \ In a controversial,mat tion Association. Sen. CharleyE. a the week price. for sewer pipe laid across with the School Board to determine -
During Apr. 17-23
the Silver Lake area last Fri- Patrick Barry, the fifth year, show concerning the eco- ter. Johns of Starke supportedthe New CourthouseThe the market handled' 12,312flats their property. Beseent! its wishes.It .
Lay.< Catholic Bishop. This Friday, nomic growth a f Bradford County Attorney H. V. FEA proposal and joined Road residents have been was mentioned that tha
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The coon was observed at a the sermon here in Starke County. Knight argued that it wouldbe with Sen. Clayton Mapoies of an average $3.08 trying: for some time to get School Superintendent and
for return to of
'iome' on Silver Lake, and the I will. be preached by Bishop According to unofficial estimates .more to advantage of Milton, and Sen. J. Emory Starke Jaycees, meeting I $37,942.80.The a growers the city to extend *wer his board might prefer to

Bradford County Health Department I Barry's brother Monsignor it is believed that the county to sell the property Cross of Gainesville to fight here Tuesday night, adopted i price for the lines to their property but have their own.offices in the

was notified. The WuTfam Barry. the pastor of considerable progress has been and. obtain the money, thanto bitterly against the cut. & resolution supporting the average lias been % the city has hedged becauseof vicinity of the school ,but no
$3.28
season per
;oon was captured and died St. Patrick's Church in Miami made since the 1958 census, let the Road 'Department. "We have promised adequate proposal to construct a new financial reasons. The advanced suggestion, as

t /eral/ hours later. The head Beach and the Dean of the which reported local retail, ,handle tha. eate' and. credit teacher'pay raises for years courthouse for Bradford flat. -.- -" charge will pay the cost of to pne how suctf'VtofStiNTtamB*
4/as. taken to ihe Florida State Florida'clergy. trade for'that -year- 'at: '$10- 'the' money to the county's Johns declared.- "Now we say County. .the, pipe, the corincU says' ture could be financed.

ioard of Health offices in I Present for the ceremonies 192,000. The 1954'census showed secondary road funds. it's too much when we've The resolution stated that County Helps Buy and the labor will be fur- County Attornsy H. V.

Jacksonville Saturday. wheret jtvill.be numerous priests from a total of $8,538,000. 'Robert*' motion! to adopt i adopted a billion-dollar bud- "the needs of the county and Traffic nished by the city. Knight said he would hope

was positively identified for the Diocese of st. Augustine Based on the latest figures, the resolution rescinding the get." demands for services providedby LightsThe It will be first time sucha that the present courthouse

abies. and the Diocese of Miami. which indicate the rate of board's'action failed to get & The amended bill offeredby a courthouse have far surpassed charge has been levied would be left intact- even if

; This is the third rabid I Mrs. Arthur A. Corcorfei of growth since then the 1963 second.On Sen. Ed Price of Braden- the capacity of the existing special County meeting Commission Tuesday,, a-ina by the city, but the council a new one is built so that it

oon reported so far this year,' Jacksonville, the sole surviving total is expected to be in the another motion. CommiSsioners ton provides an additional facility." greed to pay its estimated thinks it necessary if residents could: be used by departmentsand

and there were six or seven niece of Monsignor Pace will neighborhood of $11,380,000 Green. Chastain $100 annual, raise for teachersat The Jaycees said: "We resolutely are to get sewage in agencies that are not
$2,300 share of the cost of
iv'lth positive rabies Identifi- be an honored guest. Miss Elizabeth an increase over the fiveyearperiod and Johns voted to lay the the four-year level, and believe and affirm our the near future. Otherwise, strictly courthouse functions,
four traffic lights U.S.
on
new
ation in 1962. Pace, the only living of 11.6 per cent. matter over for further study $50 for those who have held conviction that we will !be the board says a long wait such as welfare offices.
301 Starke.
The Health Department is sister of Monsignor Pace. resides Government figures indicate I until the regular May 7 meet- contracts continuously for 10 derelict in our duties and neg- through until the city can raise Knight said that in confer-

Urging all owners of petsI in Washington. D. C.,, that local service industries I ing. years. ligent- of our responsibilities- Starke :Mayor Randal ChitJ. funds to finance the various ring with the two circuit judges

I specially cats and dogsto but due to illness and advanced have been moving ahead rap- The House appropriations I if we fail to demonstrate to ty made the request, sayingthe sewage projects will be they had expressed a de- I

iave them vaccinated, at the age will be unable to attend idly. From a volume of $787- :Eight To Get Committee set aside a $20 our citizens and to the gen- total cost of the four lightswas required. ire for facilities similar to .

abies clinics to be held in the observance here. 000 in 1954 they rose to UF Degrees million lump sum which would' erations that follows us our now estimated at $11,500, hose provided ,In the.new Al-

I Bradford County during May. I $1.291,000 in 1958. This year give teachers about $200 a faith and confidence in our of which the State Road Department .chua County courthouse

The following schedule of Whiskey Raid allowing for the same rate of 'This Trimester year more than their present county by making available a would pay 60 per Easter SealContributions vhlch: would include offices for

linics has been announced: growth they will reach an estimated salaries. courthouse facility of whichwe cent. He proposed that the both judges, and separate,

I May 4-Lawtey city, hall, 9 Nets ThreeMike $2,128,000. i Eight candidates from the Even if both houses pass may be proud, and one In city and county share the ,. mall courtrooms seating a-

un. till 12 noon. Hampton Forms for the new census Starke area will receive degrees their bills, considerable work which we will be able to con- other 40 per cent on a 50-50 Are AskedAll out 50 persons each. The new
ity hall 1 to 3 p.m. Klondes. Dock Thomas are now being prepared and in the first formal graduation remains to be done before a duct the affairs of our countyin basis. :ourthouse would also includen

May 11 City park on and lola Littles will be will be sent to Bradford ceremony under the final measure is approved by an efficient and pleasant' The new "treadle type" electronically persons who received office for the state attorney

hurch: St.. 9 am. till 12 tried in Mayor's Court next County business firms later University of Florida's trimester -, both. A conference committee manner." controlled lights Easter Seals in the mail are :ourt reporter, witness room.

loon. Thurston School. Lin- Tuesday night on whiskey, this 'Yea r. The periodic system at 2 p.m. Sat- will have to be appointedfrom The resolution concludedby will, be installea on 301 at its asked to send their contribu- rand jury room and a law

oln;- City.- 1 to 2 D.lfl.Mayl8Brooker charges_ resulting.. .. from raids L.L inventory, conducted by the urday, May 4. The academic I both houses to resolve urging the County Commission intersection with Highway 16, tions as soon as possible to .Ihrarv Knleht._ said.
'* commun- staged by city police ana state Department of Commerce, processional will begin at 1:30 conflicts between the u.two salary "to proceed with deliberate Pratt St.. Call St.. and SR 100 Mrs. Ruby Johns counts Proiislon; u should also be

ty center 9 to 10 am. beverage agents on April 12. covers retail trade wholesale i p.m. and the ceremonies will measures. ,I speed to draw plans acquire [Madison St.l chairman. made for space for a building

The Health Department Klondes was arrested for trade, the service Industries, be held in Florida Gymnas- a site, and construct a \ Easter Seal funds provide :nspector and the issuance of

warns citizens to avoid aU sale and possession' of non-tax manufacturers, minerals, and Band Concert new courthouse for the coun- FFA BanquetSet clinical and educational services ,, building permits if the coun-
that paid whiskey and 45 half pints ium.Candidates from for individuals who are
wild animals appeal transportation.The for degrees ty. ty's new zoning law U pawed
tome, ill, belligerent or which were confiscated at his home answers are importantto this area are: Set Next TuesdayThe TonightThe handicapped in a variety of by the legislature it was pointed
act strangely in any way or :on Weldon St. He is under the merchants and manu- StarkeDudley Price Hardy ways including a daily program out.

'hich appear out in the open 1500 bond. facturers themselves, as well bachelor of arts. Bradford High School I Gospel MeetingA annual Parent and Son throughout the summer Commissioner Jerome Johns

I [during daylight hours. lola Little was charged with as to others who need such Raiford Joseph Childs Band will present its annual i Banquet of the Bradford and for those in need of speech suggested that if a fallout
will beheld
t No human rabies cases havebeenreportedinFloridasiflce possession of non-tax paid information to measure pro- Harden bachelor of civil en- Spring Concert Tuesday, Apr. Gospel Meeting Starke Chapters Future Far- and hearing training and, shelter is included in the new
I whiskey at her place of business duct demand and to set plans 30, at 8 p.m. at the Church of Christon mers of America will be held of in the base
gineering.Melrose teachers [perhaps
_____ in_ Reno._ Six half pints will include, McMahon St., May 1-8, scholarships for building
The program ] in the
[Thursday
1948, but last year 419 doses n for future inventory require- Frank W. Godsey tonight ment it couH,be adapted for
of anti-rabies vaccine: were of whiskey and 66 bottles and ments. m.: bachelor of building con- such great numbers as Sec- with Sam Kitchens speaking high school? cafeteria at 8 p. handicapped children.Contributions office for the director -
I of beer [she has no beet for Band from Foxen's nightly at 7:30.: No collectionswill may be made use as an
cans I ond Suite Don Champion, CountyFarm
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bitten
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distributed for humans Government states struction. defense.
] confiscated. She The l and Windjammer.A be taken except on Sun- to the Society for of civil
ti safeguard license were Paula Glen. Forester will be the payable
animals. This was o Heights -
hy that. while it is mandatory to, Keystone and en- day. The public is invited to
bond.
is also under $500 number of solos Crippled Children-
_ against development of bachelor of main speaker.
Jean Wyman
i it Dock Thomas was arrestedat fill out the questionnaires all sembles will also be heard, in- attend. Bonds Issued
the disease because once arts in education.
: does develop death Is certain the Little place for sale of replies will be held in confidence !-\ Grandin Johnny Lynn ....1.lir.cr.. ...--...-.. -.Timmv Jones- trombone ... _._ """ "" ff.i ---- -- -
non-tax paid whiskey in a solo Donald Salazar, ----9,, ----- _:
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_ for human or animal.FLOWER and will not be made Mikell. bachelor of arts. v : :' 'W
I __ dry county. and is under $500 trumpet solo; Richard Scott. #. _.. .
available for purposes of in- HamptonJoseph Edward ., .,. : To4-Lane301
McManus, ,. ; _
SHOW bond. I IDriver's vestigation.The Gregory, bachelor of arts. violin solo; Tommy and Billy Dean _' -' ",' '.;..:"txc": .;0-._. _
White.
Carolyn KelleDyal Bobby _
Brooker >
information will be fed trumpet trio; __
STARKE Licenses bachelor of science in Thompson. The Florida State Cabinet
Edwards,
into complex dataprocessingmachines Johnny Scott, Steve
WOMAN'S CLUB physical education. trumpettrio ; .:. ." ."."...,'.'. has authorized the issuance
last Lawson. .
16. Tuesday Apr. 30, is the which will turn out Waldo Carolyn Lodel''' and Jimmy "
Saturday, April 27 Haddock Kathy of $450,000 in revenue certifi-
I day to renew drivers licensesfor the results in a shorter time Rogers, bachelor of science in ; Phyllis EM-i; /. ;clJ...,.
2to8P.M. persons born during the I nursing. Myrick, Bunky Soto. and Rob-.. :'\ cates to buy right of way for

Sunday, April 28 month of April. than was required previously. bv-. Eberle.- clarinet quartet. c" c-'f four-lanmg U.s. 301 through
I 1:30 to 5 P. M. These musicians, along with ti ..,,-- ..
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I Sponsored By :$500 In Prizes-m the Twirling Tornadoes. will .. i <'. The bonds are to be repaid
I Band Contestin ? .
STARKEGARDEN go to the State ) : _c : from the uncommitted 80 percent

CLUB Fort Walton Beach. ;. .., ." 'I surplus two cent gasoline -

Southern Memorial Merchants Set Auction Days I Area Lakes Being ; ,,- \ County.tax accruing to Alachua

L : Alachua County Engineer
Day ObservanceFriday ,[Stocked With FishA _____ Roy; Miller said the State
II Starke merchants plan to I on Saturday May 25. by the Starke Retail Mer- I, 1 J;. 0 Road Department has com
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April 26 give away. at least 50.000 "au- Each cooperating store will\ chants Association. Successful number of lakes in the \' ;} i: .,. .. pleted surveying TJJ3.'301 from

4:00 ttojx dollars" starting May 1. put up a prize, with a valueof events already: staged this Starke and Keystone Heights, .. ""'.. .. :? ...> ... :"' .. ..'L5ft.3.. ..,"...--...,., .. ... the Bradford County line
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well .' -'i1'j' '
Crosby Lake Cemetery and continuing through May $10 or more, and there win year are a Washington'sBirthda'y area, as as '. '+ ?'- .. __.. ;JI f through Hawthorne and is
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Auspices U. D. C. 25 when a Grand Auction of be one grand prize with a Sale in February, streams. and --- --- :' now working on the section
$500 in prizes will be held in value in excess of $100. to be Sidewalk Sale in March and east Florida are being stock- Brad ford At Is I 1 from Hawthorne to Island
\ bass by Industry xposition
This SpaasWeekly J the downtown business dis auctioned off. Strawberry Festival in ApriL ed with fingerling Grove.
Outstanding values will be the Florida Game & Fresh

I tb PbUchSCommunity trict.The Auction Dollars will be i prior The to prizes the will auction be displayed in the featured by cooperating merchants Water Fish Commission.) Bradford County', newest industry Florid a Hydrocarbons, Inc. is ex- advised The Road Alachua Department officials that has

Events( by given to shoppers dollar for show window of the Starke during the Auction Areas where restocking has hibiting its products .and capabilities at the Flori da Industries Exhibition in Or- It has sufficient funds for the

The Community, dollar with purchases made Hardware Co. Days Sale. May 23, 24 25. already been completed include lando this week. A s ubsidiary of Florida Gas Co i. of Winter Park, the Hydro- complete four-lanlng job and \

Jn cooperating stores: They The Auction Days event is The Auction Dollars win be Pond the Suwannee in Osceola River National -, carbons plant extract: ;s butane, propane, and gas oline from natural gas Flori-j that it win be constructed during
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State Bank will be saved by those receiving Ocean da's first automobile gasoline is being reduced I at the plant, located two mile*I the present administration. -
) I them. and, used for bid- one of a series of monthly given with an sales starting Forest and Palestine !

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 1963
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II Judges and, Mrs. Bobbitt of y'f'f: :';.: ." BHS Students I Terrell's Leads Services Held Dobbs. Raiford. Also surviving -! Workers,, 7 pjn'J

Indianapolis, 'ind, and :Mr. 1' ... I are 20 grandchildren and Wednesday.. Church visitaJ
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and Mrs.' Steyens of Gainesville 5 "Win, English t. 4 I City Softball Saturday 'pr... ,. four greatgrandchildren.FIRST I tion H. prnj; ", I IThursday !I
I were las! FVklay visitors Senior Choir]
Achievement Award 1 Mrs. Dobbs
1I Alpha
'" W. The Softball
of Mrs. S. Slade, and,.Mr.. City League PRESBYTERIAN practice 7:30 p.m. j

t Th'V. and Mrs.: T. H. Blade. : Two Bradford High School :, got into full swing last week Funeral services were held CHURCHII. Friday-r Session
I Mrs E: K. Ferryman returned rl with' six games being played. .
Hoffmanand 7:30: p.m.Satutdif MeetingJ|
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students. Robert"
at 2 p": m. Saturday in the
i ; GLADYS MOOTY PHOTO_9644651Air. Monday after two weeks in''' Charles Phlpps have Terrell's Gulf won over Law- : Raiford Baptist Church for : Walton Grady Minister : M n's ;
t :p St. Vincent's where tey. ,and Garden Restaurant )i
Hospital Day 8 a.m. Pioneer Conclave
nominated
for the
... been annual : Mrs. Alpha Hurst Dobbs, who Week of April 28 through
107. 75'respectively.. Brooker j '
t and.Mrs .Oscar 1Incfrix I Rufus Tatum was visitinghis she underwent eye surgery. Achievement Awards pro- ;. |: died Thursday. April 18. Burial I at Camp MontgOmery. 9:45: a/
SRd Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent won over Lawtey and Independents May 4: .. '
iSdris'-of Statesbofo': Ga. m. _
sister Mr, Lucile Na -
Davis J gram' sponsoredby the: was in Mount Zion Cemetery -i, -
SundaySunday School
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; are spending this week with t last Friday. Mrs. Davis spent Thursday to Sunday: : with- Mr. "-. : tlonll Council of Teachers of j jj I II 13-10 and 5-3 re-f in Union County "with1 : itlGliT POINT
9.45'am.. fUg
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11 in spectively. Garden Restaurantwon : SfofrSnif Worsfifp,1 for the !
l I and Mrs. Steve Weldon
Mrs. Hendrix's parents. Mr. Saturday and Sunday with ; English according to GUid- 1
Brinkley Funeral Home of
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| 11 practice &L&select
' over Natural Gas 15-14 a.m. Junior Choir way yon write- C me In
'I nij f and Mrs. J. P. Dill. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. Macclenny. f ance Counselor Della Roseni!i 'I Macclenny in charge of ar- 't
and Youth FelloWShip 6 p.m.t favorite ESTER-
I U. Mrs. C. L. Scholl attend'ethe :' I and Natural Gas won over Independents yoor ,
: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams and family in Gain svm ,; berg. rangements.
R\\ 10-7. I II Evening Worship 7:30 : BROOK Fountain Pf n. TELES
North Florida Civil De I p.m.
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and daughter of New ., Mr. and Mrs. Alton Moore : For the sixth the
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; I Mrs. Dobbs is survived by :
: So far the league'seems to 1 1i Monday-Study for Church GRAPH.
< I Smyrna Beach. were visitingMr. ( and son of Willacoochee Ga. fense. Planning Conference in g $ council is conducting the awards .I her husband. Johnny: six. ,
I gI'1 and Mrs. T. C. Chast in were weekend guests of Mr.' Jacksonville last Tuesday and I program through the i iJ. i be equally strong and this I daughters. Mrs. A. W. White- '
close
oil will bring about good
: over the weekend. : and Mrs. Dave Paulk. Wednesday. I nation to grant recognition! a j$ head'i: and' Mrs. Av B. Whitehead The. Clarion. .' County. Sheriffs'.. ,. DepartmentAnd .

Mr. ,and Mrs. J. A. Dankel ll j Mr., and Mrs. Walter Zvoda, George Baisden and Mrs. I: ,. i J. to outstanding high school seniors season. : both of Bradford Coun-

I 3m of Waycross Ga. were week who have been occupying the Martha Holloway of Jacksonville J: ?S'. II I for excellence in Eng Standings.W 2 L 0 1000 PC. GBTerrell's ty. Mrs. Amos Carlton, Pa- The Marlon County Saddle Club, Inc.

J end guests of Mr. and M.tS.K Prophets Room at the Gospel were supper guests last I I lish. The abilities and I I '
; ; Saturday of Mrs. Effie Johns. I I writing I Brooker 2 0 1000 | latka, Miss Bettie June D bbs, Are, Proud To Present ,. .
Dankel.. I Tabernacle for several months,I ; literary awareness of eacnominee : I i Chester. Pa., Mrs. Hmalme
.
Garden 1 1 .500 1
i n rtil ,'III George Bridges and daughters have ,returned to their, Home: A weekend guest of Mrs. Melrose Student will be judged by Dockery. Green Cove Springs THE SECOND ANNUAL
II Natural i ,
Gas 1 .500 1
.
) in of Jacksonville were visitto -1 in Ashville. N. C. Ij Johns was her niece: Mrs Wins ScholarshipTo local and state committees. Lawtey 0 2 .000 2 ;, and Mrs. Orin Reddish Jr., I'Ji'". t1fl":."... ; 6.i..\' _;< .': ... ." ..
? ing Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Minnie Carter of Maxville. the finalists ,
Andrews NCTS will announce Raiford two Alvin
l ; sons
j pe..... Sunday afternoon. I: "p- were-- ,- .guests.-.-'- of-- -Mr.-., -and--- I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch I Stetson Univ.Miss at its annual Thanks- Independents.This weeks .schedule 0 2 .000 is 2 I Dobbs. Palatka, and Marjell :: SHERIFF'S' POSSE ROUNDuP(

arm ,,. Mr. and'Mrs' .Leo Champion i, MrsSteve Kelly in .Ja k- and Mrs. Morgan Richarde giving convention and will follows as :i Dobbs, Chester. Pa.; three.
fin spent, the weekend. with Mr. :, sonville the weekend.Mrs. attended the funeral of Mr. send their to U.s. :
over Bonnie Nazworth: Melrose names every j sisters. Mrs. Rufus Jones, 28 :30 P.M.
(
'
gSI .- and, ,Mrs.. Wayne Wheeler, In I!I H. H. Adams and Ritch's brother, Tison Ritch High School senior was college and university with Thursday April 25Brookervs. 1 Lake City, Mrs. A. R. Greene. April. .
I afternoon Garden at Brooker. "' : ,
Jacksonville. in St. Augustine Monday -
,
daughter, Jane, and Mrs: Ver- recently awarded a $1,700 the recommendation that Ii Jacksonville and Mrs. M. D. '
Iii Friday, April 26:- Natural Southeastern Livestock Auction
Mr. and Mrs. GenePetcher! non Silcox visited Mr. and scholarship by Stetson University these students be iconsidered I : .
I I! 1iI. ", of Jacksonville spent the .first : Mrs. J. M. Vickers and familyin Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gun- of Deland for the 1963- for scholarship assistance. Gas vs. Garden. Independentsvs. I :
at I Brooker. i NOTICE OF LEGISLATION ::
of the week with Mrs. Margie Brunswick. Ga. Simday.Mr. ther of Inverness were Wed- to just OCALA, FLA.
I
r on 64 academic year. it was announced According a; survey .
i '
Tuesday, April 30Terrell'svs. | To whom it may concern: .. '
:" Underhill ,and Mr, and .Mrs. nesday visitors of Mr. and i ; >- (< 1.
and Mrs. J, R. Kelly this week by Clar- completed by the Achievement '
( .
,
.
reF Brooker at Brooker. Gar- I :: and RibbonsWill
Dave Paulk. have purchased the Moncrief Mrs. Peter Pfleshinger. 'I' ence C. Holden principal.In 'Awards program, NCTE Notice is hereby given of Prizes Be Awarded

.'.. Irs. W. 5. McAliley and I Ih home at 675 W. Madison George Morrison of Lee urg commenting on the! announces that 86 per cent of den vs. Independents.Thursday I intention to apply to the 1963. s r '

U- children: .of Linden, Ala. were street and moved in on Tues- spent the weekend with his I scholarship Mr. Holden said, the institutions polled take May 2- Lawtey session of the Florida Legislature -':, Exciting Events. For Your Entertainment,

ci, visiting Mrs. c. F. Ward over I parents Mr. and Mrs. H. G- I "Bonnie has an excellent high I: 1 into? consideration, the award vs. Natural Gas. Terrell's vs. for passage of an act :
day.Mr.
; tl : the weekend. Mrs. Ward returned -I .' and Mrs. Joseph H. Morrison. I' school record and has demon- announcement when inviting Independents. relating to zoning in Bradford 1. Grand Entry 8. Sr. Barrel Raring ((15

J ej ,.. to Linden with Mrs. Quigley, who have been.guests Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Red-I'I strated fine qualities of character -,.1; accepting and recommending I Friday May 3Garden vs. I County; providing that : and over)

f ir McAliley for a week's visit. I of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley I dish'and family and Mr. and I and citizenship. She Is; program finalists ,for scholarship Lawtey at Lawtey. Brooker vs. I the Board of County Commis- ;; 2. Posse Judging .

st Capt. and Mrs. Don Kortez I for two weeks left Wednesdayfor I Mrs. D. W. Carpenter were I a member of the Beta Club,,\ a1.4. Reports of finalists I I'p,Natural' Gas at Starke. i sioners shall have authority :, 9. Jr. Barrel Racing (II

\ P *" of Patrick AFB will spend the' :their home in Scituate, visiting relatives in Callahan I high school honor society and t from previous years 1 to adopt zoning and building:: S. Calf Roping (open) and under)

tt. weekend with her mother : Mass. Sunday.Mr. her score on the Senior Placement show that 99 cep cent of Police. Department '! regulations; providing for a :, .

J 1'' )H.I M'"i.; :-Arteh. McKniirht.J... I I James Temple. former principal and Mrs. J. J. Mooreof Test was the highest them attend colleg of Holds FirstS ;, zoning board; its method and :: 4. English Pleasure (open) 10. Western Pleasure
'
P of the Brooker Junior Waycross, Ga. were Sunday in the history of the school. their choice and more than. procedure; providing<: for aboard :: (open)
I
D.a: !. '_ -r.. ;.:. :=:: I High School received a mas-I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I She is to be congratulated on l 70 per cent of the total students In Mixed Bowling, of adjustment its powers ;> 5. Cow Hide Rare. (open) 11. Musical Tires (12 and

v'D ter's degree in education at Paul Raymond.Mr. her outstanding chi honored receive scholarship : arid duties,; providing for (
.
n a: the spring commencement at and Mrs. John Naswor- ,I ments." a e ve- aid averaging almost Police partnient remains''I remedies and procedure there-j I I 6. Sr. Pole Bending ((15 under)

J IIJ Wayne [Nebraska] Teachers thy and Mr. and Mrs. Al Carl- I Bonnie transferred to $1,000 per year. in first place> Inth MiJfif for: providing for the charg- i and over)

q WANTED i College. For the past school ton of Winter Park were visiting -I from Bradford Counts Melrose -', Founded in 1911 the NCTfi, League by faking! :tirI games'from I ing of fees; providing for ex- '! 4. 12.. Buddy Pick-Up (open( )

,J d ; year he has been on leave !, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nils-I High School at the beginningof : is a professional. nonprofit',: Gardner's it Gulf Service1 i| pehditures in order to comply ;,t 7. Jr. Pole Bending ((14 18. Steer Decoration

I C-.... from his teaching and admin- worthy on Sunday. her senior year. j. organization of teachers lot, thiS. 'Rudolph'wm.' HiIitn" trie I with ,the..provisions of this i| and under) (open)
iJ j| istrative duties at the Brooker Local admittances to Doc- English at all levels. Current son letf : act; providing procedures for i

: I..., School. tor's Hospital this week include HearsL. ly the ,council's membershipis I plolice'' Wajvlctory by bbwfinfa" enforcing .rules made in compliance DONATIONS $1 CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE
Rotary
'I Miss Betty Lu Wainwright Bonnie Thomas Mrs. over 78000. thVee-game serfesf of 66fr{ with this act; providing '

f o,4 I of FSU is home after spending 'Alice Woods. Mrs. Verdie L. Wainwright, Adfrtie 'nigh'game'. b( 245;I an appropriation; provid- J (AH Proceeds for Benefit of Florida Sheriffs', Boys Ranch)

1)) -" Thursday to Monday with Clark Mrs. Bertha Beck, Coca-Cola Leads' MaW Jv2T l lerf I Gardner's ; ing for penalties; providing an.

t lX <..4 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kopelousos .- Franklin Bell. Nettie Gay,,Prison HeadA witH a sehe'sf'ofjffoefel's 49g.: 1 1 effective date. I' .

in Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. China Faulkner and Von- Dixie Youth Ball I 1301' moVed fnto. i [Signed:] i I

:;1 .. .. George White of Tallahassee cUe Sadler. progress report on Florida's second place taking three'' ROBERT H. McINTIRE | FIRST :BIRTHDAY

lj ; '. :i*. .. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Searing prison system was given Dixie Youth Baseball got games from i Coca-Cola, with Executive: Secretary .
1 at the Rotary Club Wednesday .- into full swing last Saturdaywith Charlie' Sfcnaefe'f leading th "
: Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Canova Jr.. who were recently mar- 'I Stark -Bradfom County I I
and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. by Louie L. Wainwright, a triple-header. There winners with a'series' of 485':
I JJ riP director Florida Divisions of
II! .. White Sr. Lafavtte street. Stark 'I I was a good turnout for opening AYmy Armstrong leif Coke 1 It I Chicken'Dinner
: corrections. He introduced '
was
Mrs. Frank L. Bell of Way- Outlaw. Miss day With every one enjoying with a 548 series.
H.
.. Mrs. L.
r't
Buford who
( by Mitchell the activitieS'of the afternoon Winder's Electric tooK
Tt q'OSS. Ga. was visiting Mr. Betty Jane Morgan. Mrs. Jerome 1-
I -; -- and 1Ir M Williams. over and Mrs. Randall had charge of the program. three games from B & G, i Furl For All
: Young men interested in beingtrained' the weekend. Johns The new facility at Lake Coca-Cola' won a close one with Julia1 Wells leading the t !
Chitty dinner guests: of I FRIED
I 'f' in 3 valuable technical Mr. and Mrs. Merritt- Wil- were Starling Butler which will be a reception I from 'Starke Builders' Supple winners. with a. 484 series; : II'' BAR B Q m
Mr. and Mrs: Jennings
specialty. In: the Air National ( + SCOTCHDOODLES I''
I'I jams visited Mr. and Mrs. diagnostic classification I ) d margin of 2 to 1. Florida Bob Drake led the losers with .
Guard) learn a skill I I that comes in in West Palm Beach Mon-11 11)1 $1.00' I
i and treatment medical center Control-won over Raiford : $1.25
-- Woodrow Mixon in Douglas, while I
handy i in civilian lifetoo. Details dav nieht of last week 549.Draw
at:yOOf rie rest AirGuard'bhiJfihiYE (ia.,,and Mr. and Mrs. George attending the FFWC conven- will provide the "missing I 14 to2., while Lawtey won Tit, led by Bob Firth i' 1 .

1ar T. Knowles in Broxton Ga. I link" in Florida's prison system over John Oil Co. 4 to 0. with. .a 452. series. took three, CHILDREN'S PLATE 75c
Unti.
::; I H ME l tEQ' over the weekend. Mrs. Mary C. Dougherty of. Wainwright said. It will I Standings W L games- from Town Finance. I, II

'1 Mrs. F;.F, Stump ,and, Miss Philadelphia Pa. is the guest::1\ enable the division of 'cori C6ca"-Cola: . . 1 0Florida Larry Nbegel was high for the .

li Wifii i iYfotiKiuD u Lillian t Stump visited" Mr. this week of her son, Father:,i rections to screen incoming : .Pest. ."*. 1 0 losers''with. .446.- Eloise. Good-. ,,
and Mrs. W. H. Tomson in Cornelius Dougherty of st.Edward's .J,j prisoners more adequately 'in'!'Lawtey . . 0 'man had high game' for" Noe- : *

... Monticello, ,and Mr. and Mrs. i order to place them to best StarKe Builders ....... 0 1 gel's a fat 223. ji.Htgb

: This space sponsored by John Griffin in Ochlochnee, Mrs. J.Church.W. Kincaid Mrs,:.1 advantage: in the state's v-'- ,' Raiford' -... . . o' 1 Standings W .--L. j Lawtey : Cafeteria

.w. CHARLEY JOHNS Ga." over' the weekend. Julian McRae, Mrs. Walter'I, rious ,correctional institutions, John Oil Co..-.0 l' Standings' w L :

;JAt" to TI' Mr. and' Mrs.. A. Q Smith Richardson and Mrs" Clyde.I the speaker said. Ultimate 'Schedules for this week and Police 26% 1Th i

: ,.. and: family were in Lake City LI cost of this new facility will next Thursday April 25 Noegel, 301 24 16 i SATURDAY MAY 4
in or L : EVERY
Perry
.. .. ,, ., ... Terwfllegar were ,
,
Florida,! ._. ,
Pest C6ntrol B &
.. Sundayvis'iting i Mr and Mrs.. the dis..1 1 be 6500000. vs. JohnS G -. . 23. 17TdthI
_. __ Wednesday attending I
__ .J. Nelson Blocker. Wainwright stressed the Oil. Friday, ''April 26-Coca'- Finance. 18 23
trict Episcopal meeting at St I FROM:\ 5:30 ON
_
__ THURS. NITE
r.
aa 1. Cola "'; ...
., James Church. emphasis now being placed on s. Lawtey at Lawtey. Gardner Gulf. 17 23 i .

:: Many Thanks To My Policy Owners Mrs. Edward Burns under, correction and instruction'' of Raiford vs JOhns Oil Co. at .'in1d4! Elec.. 17 23 1 .... "
I Raiford. Starke Builders Sup- Co a-coIa 17 23 CALL 9646261For
prisoners rather than confinement i
.. in St. Vincent -
.. went' eye surgery 'I for ply vs. Florida Pest.Monday Draw Tite . 16'. 326 : Information Come One! Come All!
s Hospital last Friday. merely punishment. I
I will attend the\ Leadership Convention April 29Coca- ,, ,
I I Mrs. Jessie Young attendedthe I I He said that many prisoners '
.. _1 __ _ of Liberty National l Life I flower show in Jacksonville are being taught*',useful trades Cola vs Johns Oil. J. A. Gn riri, Jr. j Sfarke j iSponsored -
Tuesday: April 30 -Lawteyvs. Lanes
-;; Irisu rte, Company at' the Grand on Sunday.Mrs. I during their confinement. and By
Florida Pest. To Be Inducted
I : Bahama Hotel in Grand Bahama Nancy Humphrey and L 11 have returned to" society to .

: Islands during the week of April son of Gainesville were Sun-, make useful citizens upon Thursday, May 2'- Raiford AMUSEMENT
LAWTEY RECREATION
II t. vs. Starke Builders. James A. Gnann Jr. of The- : BOARD
27. this meet- of :Mr. and :Mrs., their release from prison. i CENTER .
at guests
*
I : : My attendance day' The speaker said that Friday, May 3- Coca-Cola ressa' has been called for Induction : I, .
.. 'c Mack Futch. approximately i II
ing will assist me in better vs. Florida Pest. '
$10 million has into service on M I, f
'
; I Mrs. C. A. Futch -; I
Mr. and
: serving needs of my policyholders were in Tallahassee Sunday, been spent on new facilitiesat 13, .Selective Service ) y/-/ .. .!Lr"!:.-:.. _. '_ .T_. .. 1 ..L. .___ .. ..
: : r\ this area and I i -
since
tie ((Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merrill] the Raiford prison i SP4 John Mack Newsome Board No 18 announced yes-
If! ,_ am tb .my; many 'friendg 1957 and that an additional
I Futch.j
Has" been transferred from Fort terdayr
:: who' it possible for Liz 'and i j F. Garner will enter J. million is being requested at !
A.
I Huachuca" It was also'announced
j Ariz. to Fort Ben that
= me to attend this important meet in this session of the legislature'
Medical Center
iHillis Miller
.. ing. J Gainesville\ for observation This expansion has been mad ning, Ga.Merle five men1-have been called for
today
I necessary by Florida's rapid ,I : Grider of Fernandin Armed Forces i* -jnduct on J
treatment.
and
E Signed-DUTCH, THOMAS I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nuttall, population increase Wain- Beach spent Sunday to Wed- examination on May 15. .
.. I saId.During .
wright
I weekend in Winter with his
the
spent nesday. parents Jfr'f
: Representing Liberty National Life Insurance Co.Announcing a brief business I
Haven. and Mrs. R. H. Grider.. andjfamily. .
I L l
... Mr. and Mrs. George Powell session the club adopted a .
f resolution urging the Bradford ) j
Thurs-
Newton. N. C. were
.. of I
County Commission to con- Mr. and Mrs. George Hudson '1 :
i pay
visitors of '
day to Saturday : 1' -
E Mrs. J. H. Fields.G. tinue its feasibility studies of II I'of Laur f, D la. were overnight
the construction of of Mr. and it!
C. Norman of Tallahassee I a new guests Saturday

MEETING was tKe guest of Mr! and :Mrs.! courthouse for Bradford Coun- Mrs. Arne Haug r.Miss' ( ... '

GOSPEL A. Russell Norman last Wed ty. Judy L sa'wyer'wU1"- __ ,
turn to*the summer session at 9 .
nesday night. n- -I .m
.. AT THE ) Dawn Mathews of Gainesville }'f1': and Mrs. Don Page,attended U. of F. this weekend" after ,. ,
'
w I .* ****. is this week with the funeral of Mrs. ten' days mid-semester vaca- .
; spending

w Church of Christ Building ':,I her Gar grandparents Mathews. Mr. and :Mrs. Thursday Marion Page afternoon.in Jacksonville tion.Mrs.. Nell Andrews nd'Mrs.IJ Command ASK FOA FREE Gravely DEMONSTRATION Power .' WOMEN'S COOL I,

I air. Mrs: Floyd CrosU'yi j Wel'Roberts spent the weeKerid -

I, :.\, : On Mcrfahon' St. 'ear 'Jligh" School Jt$ I Ward Misses, Gayle Sally Andrews Sink Carol KayDennis and son and, Marty, visited' J.1r.//DefandMr.: 'with, Mrs. Pearl Whitnel in Terry's, Saw Shop SLEE ELESSrflk1i

K N I Brenda Lewis Brenda and Mrs.'Crosby Jr. in. Gaines jvme' No 2 i'j"
l lI Mndar'veihnMr. : and Mrs. David L. Spidel'art lj
I MAY 1ST THRU 8 I Hinson, and Dorothy Hardy : .
I I II : thtty! ; spent: the weekend at Daytona! and' Mrs. / Xv Brunsohj I'' moving",-i"Gainesville: today] 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. I ) .

I : -l Il : Sam Kitching Speaking Nightly Beach. of Tampa were"visitin Mr..anS i iI 'whereMr.I ,Spidel will attend, GainesvillePhone 372-3588
I I Mrs. J. S. Sapp' aii'd- SherW!the V. ofF.. ,i I
I ( J : Mrs; ,Harry Kellum of Jacksonville ALYIAYsRST
AT 7:30.P.-l\I. is visiting her mother,I and Mrs. P. D. Reddish over _'.. I

1 :: ..' ., i v, ,Mrs: : :: Maggie Andrews this 1 Ithe weekend. : .,-OOLo'.-..''..'..'... + I,, '
,
: No Collections Except, Sunday. A.- :M.\ week. j I Mrs. Thelma1 :Mendoza and' DES1
EiJ
.' i: 'Local admittances to Bradford -|Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson-' rii-
4 QUALITYL
TOPICS I County Hospital this week I ville were -visiting' Mrs. Carrie C
.. ,
:
: -U F. *,.... I Ritch and I
'.. include Mrs Ruth Haddock .Miss Annie Darby. : SAVE

: May J-'mere He Leads :Me\ I Will Follow" i James.McCrary, Mrs. CJeo And.,'on Saturday. : ':,' l' '

*' : I rews, Kay Haislop, Mary Jane Mrs. W. B. :Mundy and Mrs., 2c f

:; May 2-"Who Is Jesus?" I Kite, William Porter Jackson, M. B. Jordan are in' Panama: ,- .

"William Buddy: Harris, Mrs,I City froin Monday to'Thursfyatteftdinj ( 1'. .' ... i- b:;: ,', ": 2' t to
May '3 ."What If I Am Lost ;:%g %
: ,) ,i*,c. ; 'Arcadia Alexander, Mrs. hr-j the Baptist WMtJ for Summer comfort : V ,. ; g

: May 4.-",tith Respect fo Salvation,. . \ ; lene Upton and John P. Simp[lconvention. 4. :t .:w ) I Sanfoflzed' Broa&otfi!
.. son. i, :. iey Noegel of AIR eOKBITK) iR ;: '
I
.
Where Are 'You? ., '
all :t\1t I Mr. and Mrs: Tommy Johnsof :jstarke and Mr. and Mr& W..; # .. '
.. .J $ fid! Coforf! Prints
-- a ,
-UWhat : Jacksonville spent: the weekend -:P Joyce of Tallahassee spent i .
lit May '5 (AM) Is A Gospel Meeting? Engineered t fo fit Your Needs ,
I'.. with Mr. and Mrs., J. W., from Thursday to Monday at ,, I PI Iails
(PJ1)-.t) Living Sacrifice"May '
:
w Ritch' and Carr Colley. Maggie Valley, N. C. t '. j '

: 6+"How .Many' Ways?" PFC Marshall B. Crosby, Attending the Methodist I .Many Collar Varietie*

.. ....;ho' spent 'the' p si'sIx months! WSCST annual conference at Tmk
Im May 7"What Is" The Church?" in Germany, 'win report bach Daytona Beach Tuesday to t Siz 32tO3S

U '. tQ Fort Benning; :Gal:, after 14ys :,!Thursday, were Mrs H. it. ) 1i

_: May S-"Choose. .Y* This l Day....' ".*. .'. leave with his parents,,, Adams Mrs.' Eugene Williams REFRIGERATION 1 I Ic
Hit :
,V Mr. and Mrs! Floyd Crosby }rrS. D'rew Reddish, Mrs. Henry JUST QKE OF OARP'S AtEERYDAY VALUES!

ALL .ARE SWBfrf MrJ J&d&lm tfclSntf tf odwDiJ\ : : Mrs? ; Nelson' GreeiiMrs. 226 S. Wa1 J f Street

j FSU is spending the weekend J.'rfi.1t -Gf&.timk Jfrs.' c. D. .. -,u,1 ....,,.,-- ,.1 TI 'V V _.

COME LET US REASON TOGETHER with her parents :Mr. and Mrs.J Williams, and Mrs. Robert Phone 969-1121 2

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA L,
I THURSDAY. APRIL 25 1963 _ _


State President ve J J'I BPW Elects Slate I I I Driental Themet I WHAT WHEN

I Tea ,
Preferential
To,,Be Honor Guest I V: V VV ; \Of New OfficersAt 1 % \ I

At May.Breakfast\ I dI I April MeetingI I By Beta Sigma Phi AND WHEREApr.

I :cj The Beta Sigma Phi soror-
VV I Milberger of
Mrs. Dorothy
"Telstar-ke, the theme for )
_ V; the Starke 'Woman's Club's Green Cove Springs was elected ity entertained at a delightful 27-28
GLADYS MOOTY rHONE W4-OW1 Sunday!
Preferential Tea
President of the Starke
May Breakfast is shaping Garden Club Flower Showat
I- ; V
I] into one of' the social high- :: VV BPW Club at the April meet- afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Woman's Club.

1arden Club 'Garden Club \ lights of the club's: calendar S VS VV ing held last Thursday eve- at the home of Mrs. W. AStern May 1
; and
I'
rushees
Hears : year. The date for this out- ,..p.'V: ning at the home of .Mrs- honoring U.D.C. 3:30: p.m., home of
Discussion Flower Show \ & Mildred Doyle with Mrs. Etta mum.u charter members.An I Miss
: t standing ,affair will be Wednesday V V Lee1 Mrs.: : E. I> Matthews

Df Day LiliesA :. I This WeekendWith F&VL.: ,. May 8. at 12 o'clock Faye Gill as co-hostess. Rev. And Mrs. 1 Oriental theme was carried I Madge Middleton co-hostess.

noon at the club house. V V Serving with the new presi- Observe out in the decorationswith i May 2

program on Day Lilies a theme of "Dance of I VV Mrs. C. J, Houpt social V S V V dent will be': Mrs. Desta Dyal.\ Anniversary pastel lanterns hung in Executive board Starke

I announced her first vice president: Mrs. I the party rooms. At vantagepoints Woman's Club. 3:39: p. m..
has
Starke Gar
was presented at ,the the Flowers the Starke f chairman ,Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Lee
Garden Club meeting Monday den Club's Annual Flower chairmen for this event: Decorations -t : VS VV V t Margaret Brown second vice I celebrated their 50th Wedding throughout were arrangements club house.

night at the home of Mrs. Show will open to the publicat I I Mrs.Charles Schmitt, : AI president; Mrs. :Mildred Doyle I Anniversary on Sunday, Apr.1'I of yellow pompoms Executive board. JuniorWoman's
A'1 I recording secretary; Mrs. Wil- roses and daisys in locus 1:30 m.
Russell Norman. 2 pjn. Saturday. April 26, and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith; 1 7 with friends and relatives. 1 Club p.
I Slade and % tV lie Mae Denton corresponding I bowls with teakwood Garden Restaurant.
Club. food, Mrs. T.VH. I
Woman's
Miss Dorothy Ross pro- in the Starke # 4'A I Mrs. Bea tMr.: Lee is pastor of the .
gram chairman showed colored Hours will be from 2 to 8 pm. Mrs. E. L. Matthews; program -I : :; ::( : secretary; and of-: i Bethel Baptist Church. i stands. 1
slides of many of the on Saturday and from 1:30 to t Mrs. P. G. Felos and > : i Farber. treasurer. 'These I I The tea table was covered Ladies Golf Assn.
-- G. Rich table setting; I' I. ficers will be installed at theMay I with an imported handmade
Sunday. Mrs. T. :
varietiesof 5 on
and unusual pjn. I" "
newer day lilies. The plain yellow Mrs. Vernon Smucker. show Miss Livingston I Mrs.- E. M. Williams; 'LitWomen's ThomasFlanaganEngagement : meeting. I Delta Kappa Gamma yellow cutwork cloth centered Names ChairmenFor
I I I The Mrs.Bea-
Club Mrs. A. president with a low silver bowl hold-
that
lily grown and enjoyed in so chairman, has announced Dodd servers Told 11 that Holds InitiationAt I New Year
Robert announced
And trice Farber,
few ago I all exhibits except cut specimens i N. Holliday. chairman; tick- t ing yellow pompoms and dais-
years
gardens a
many now shares the limelight with i and those in the Artis- To Wed June.30 ets, Mrs J. M.; DuPre and lr.rs.1 Mr. and, Mrs. Harley F.j I telegrams at' the ', were of sent the recently BPW I II Lake ButlerAlpha I ies. At one end of the table I I President Lillian Bishop
Division, must be broughtto G. S. Newcomb. request Romona Tomlinson presidedover last Thursday at the
the more exotic varieties ranging tic of Warner Robins,, : I presided
Thomas I to legislators Nu Chapter, Delta
\ of Lakeland [ States President our the silver coffee service
R. Glover -
J.
Mrs. Ladies
V between i
in color from pale cream, the Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. LeRol Rich- the engagementof I first meeting of the
of the Ga. announce urging their support of i Kappa Gamma society, met I i at the other end Louise
and
state president the new
lavender, red,i 8 am. and 5 p.m. on Friday Livingston of Bamberg .Sandra' Golf Association for
ard
peach. pink their daughter. legtSlation.
I' current' "Equal Pay" Friday night April 19 in the'I
Wornan's at the crystal
of those Florida Federation of : Stern presided .
chocolate. Mrs. Norman with the exception the engage- I JamesE. year 196364.It
dark 2-c
and S. C. announce to Airman
Faye read the
of
: will be an honor Their replies were educational, building bowl. Tea napkins, dec
Clubs punch the
which that
out of town may reported
from Flor-
Robins was
also on the presram ment of their daughter ., Flannagan of Air Church of
to the I First Methodist colored
demonstration of pol-i be delivered between 8 a- m. Elizabeth. to Arthur guest. of Mr; and group. orated with pastel dinner served by the association -
a ence son
gave Force Base
t It decided to postpone Lake Butler for a dinner
_ 'was further carried out
10:30 on Saturday. I Air Members of the club, including lanterns for the Industry Appreciation -
inating and growing *he.seed and am. Robert Dodd. of Langley Mrs. H. T. Flannagan of planned International:, and initiation.
lings. Many varieties of day Competition in the Artistic I Force Base Va., the weddingto their house guests Starke., The wedding set t the meeting I the theme. I banquet was a big success -
tea until later as devotional was
Friendship The opening
lilies were on display in the Division is open to all Garden take place on Sunday June and members of the Junior i for July 27.' already Frank Stoff of; Guests were greeted at the and everyone was thanked
_ f attractively decorated Florida I Club members and must Woman's. Club, 'are urged to many activities were given by Rev. I door by Betty Jane Morgan I' for the cooperation given.
The bride-elect is a?gradu- in the community. Butler. A novelty dance
room of the Norman home. i, be the work of an amateur I 30.The bride-elect a graduate make reservations 'by Monday ate of Warner Robins, Senior planned. The Virgin Islands BPW\ Lake number was presented by JanRumph I and presented to the receiving -i New chairmen for the year

Further plans for the Spring' arranger. The Horticulture Di- I of Columbia College is teaching May 6. by calling Mrs. High School and attended Club has requested donations Janet Whitehead line composed of Muriel i were appointed as follows:
Show to toe staged vision is open to all amateur I in one of the elementary DuPre'.969-2231. or Mrs. New- I i Gay Dot Sheppard, Dorothy Tournament Shirley Johns;
Flower in Macon. first college and Diane
GAB their !
-I of books for Linda Sue Alvarez
this weekend were also dis gardeners living in Starke and I schools in Hampton, Va., and comb, 964-0591: by Monday, this Failing, and Ann Godwin. I Trophy. Gertie McRae; Handicap -
which will be opening Bridgman. They were accompanied -
surrounding communities and of Mr. and I May 6.The 30 Marvalen: Wood Publicity
V Approximately guests
cussed. Detailed reports from Mr. Dodd son the I
in
clubs
the piano by
j Women ,and many at .
_ the chairmen of the 15 flower entries must be grown by the Mrs. Robert Dodd of Keystone program committee is Junior year state wm be helping with this Mrs. Mildred Rivers. called during the appointed I Carolyn Eaves; Rules

show committees indicate a exhibitor.The Heights is in the electronics making plans for the enter- Win Two AwardsAt business hours. Virginia Shannon and Iva
request. After dinner a
public is cordially invited the Virginiaair the break- I Smith; and Social Anna Fe-
show will be I department at tainment during
much larger attend
Plans were made to session was conducted by the
to visit the show. There V State MeetingThe I I los and Norma Jean Adams.
anticipated force base.Southern fast.
staged than was first \ the annual BPW day at the' president, Kathryne Epperson. Sunday School Class
charge
report
admission McRae a
win- will be no Gertie gave
due to the severe Woman's Ocala girls' home. as support the business session
Junior Following
will be Starke SwimPicnicThe session of
Has
but silver donations from the planning
ter and late spring. The public Memorial Mrs. Lipsy HonoredAt Club received two State A-,i of the home as a state pro- Marie Woodley of Lake Butler Inter-City Ladies Golf

is cordially invited to enter accepted. Observance Set Birthday Fete wards at the state conventionof 1 I ject. The day will be held and Joyce King of Orange' eighth grade Sunday the Association. Everyone was invited -
and cut specimens
potted plants Federation of I May 19. Park initiated in a candlelight -
the Florida were
first
Methodist ltL.the:
in the horticulture di- CYF Members school class of the I to play
information Southern Memorial Day will Mrs. Walla. Lipsey was Women's Clubs in West Palm Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. ritual and presentedwith Church enjoyed a swim-pic tournament in Ocala May 9.

vision.be Further had by calling Mrs.I Have GetTogetherThe be observed Friday afternoon pleasantly surprised at a delightful -I Beach Apr. 15-19. I Ida Mae Shaw were appointed the traditional emblem nic at Strickland's Landing Plans, were made to invite
may o'clock with a luncheon on in the Department as beautification chairmanto and long stemmed red roses.
Apr. 26. at 4 birthday One award was Saturday evening. Palatka and Keystone. Heights
V ern on Smucker, general II Christian Youth Fellowship work with the Civic Round- members attendingthe "
Chapter
of
I program at Crosby Lake Cemetery Sunday given by her daugh- of Conservation The 20 folks attend to Starke on May 23.
of the show. young
chairman enjoyed a covered under auspices of the ter Mrs. Foster Shi Smith National Resources. Mrs. L. J. table with their planned pro- meeting from Starke were membersof member of the Starke
The nominating committee I dish supper and gettogetherlast U.D.C.The Madison and the ject along this line. Mrs. Tommie Nolin, Mrs. Ed- ing, which included Any
W.
I I W. T. Weeks chapter at their home on Kite Jr., chairman; the class and guests went Golf and Country Club is invited -
consisting of Mrs. T. B. Hard- evening in the Hart, Mrs. Edna Sistrunk.
Saturday na
at
to
Departmentof
I public is invited Street. i other was in ,the I in the afternoonand to join the Ladies Golf
ing Mrs. Paul Raymond and Christian Church recreation, International Affairs. Mrs. Jimmy Brownlee : Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Miss swimming
tend. covered !
buffet'table
The was had a hamburger fry Association. Duesforthe new
Mrs. Garl Mathews presentedthe I Miss Reba
building. I and flowers will be with cutwork cloth and Al Gregory chairman. These Della Rosenberg D9.vablebefore the
a in
Flags Host At Picnic and home-made ice cream year are
slate of officers 19 Nor- -
following After supper the members in the Stames, and Mrs. Muriel -
who will l put on the. graves of Confederate -. centered with a tall silver awards were given : the evening at the lake. June meetInguesare $6
for the coming year and guests attending helda of i
man.:
be installed at the May meet- hunt.Chaperoning 11 I veterans, Union soldiers, I epergne holding a Spring arrangement -l membership classification Little Jimmy Brownlee was Chaperoning the group annually and maybe givento
scavenger under.
and
and veterans of the Spanish- of pink and white I 49 members Priest's -Seraice Epps.
ing: president Mrs E. T. host to his Mama were Allen Sanders. teacher. the treasurer,
the group were and snapdragons. .Juniors also received 1 Woods Fire
Starke
larkspur The
War.
Prevatt; first vice-president, American roses : kindergarten class on Tuesday Mrs. Sanders, and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and The individual dining the Honor Court A- CARD OF': THANKS
morning at picnic and tour WeekOne
a Last
secondvicepresident Jim Ritch.
Mrs. R. F. Young; Reported Mrs. .
,
Miss Elaine Colson. sponsors Recent Births tables in the den were covered ward for being 100 per cent in of the Brownlee farm. .
A. Russell
Mrs. and Rev. and Mrs. Bob Bad- with white linen cloths and participation of all dun I wish to thank the many
Norman third vice-pres- The youngsters V were enthralled woods fire was reported -
; for the
gett. County Hospital centered with miniature arrangements work. These awards were accompHshed Scout Troop 70 friends and loved ones
i flowers
Mrs. J. D. Doyle; corresponding ADK Meeting Held announces the f o 11 o w ing of,the same blos I the entire only membership by the workof in 30OOQ[ broilers in the chicken Florida ,Forest Service headquarters Enjoys HikeThirtytwomembers ings food I received "during. the
soms. V '
births: in in Bradford County
secretary, Mrs. houses, the mother hens sickness and death of my
Charlie Cowen. of. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dough- During the afternoon Mrs. supporting the committees. the hen house. the ponys with with ten acres burned. of Boy husband Troy Lee-,Dukes I
Alpha Gamma Chapter daughter. Tam- Lipsey cut the birthday cake Members from the Starke their and the Since Jan. 1 there have Scoutmaster -
During the social hour Mrs. Delta sororitymet erty. Waldo a I V baby colts cows Scout Troop 70 and also thank the Bradford Co.
Norman and co-hostess Mrs. Alpha Kappa my Gaye Apr. 19. and opened her gifts. club attending the conventionwere and bulls, After ,the tour, of been 57 fires' with 449.7 acres David Montgomery en- Hospital staff and Dr. Felos.

Vernon Smucker and Miss with eight members session pres- Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hart The 30 guests included Mrs. L. H. Outlaw pres- the farm they had a picnic I burned. In the same period of : joyed their monthly camping May God bless you all.-Mrs.
I, ent. A business was and relatives from ident; Mrs. Randal Chitty. incoming lunch followed ice 1962 there were 122 fires with weekend Itch-
; Dorothy Ross served refreshments covered dish Brooker a daughter ,Dianne I friends by cream I II trip last sear Leona Dukes.
held following a
from an attractively Charity Apr. 21. Tallahassee Alachua Live president; Mrs. Jerome -I I cones andr cold drinks. i 1,130.7' acres burned. tucknee Springs six miles

((1 appointed refreshment table. supper. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Oak and Gainesville.Mrs. Johns, state public affairs V Mrs Brownlee was assisted 1 I No rainfall was reported at from Fort White. The Scouts I Steno Notebooks. Steno

I Esterbrook Cartridge and Henderson Keystone Heights; .- Smith was assisted in chairman; and Miss\ in serving by Mrs. Dick Rod-i any of the three fire towers left Friday and rturned home I Ko-rect Type. TypewriterPens

T Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 a daughter Apr. 24. I-serving' by her sister, Mrs. Betty Jane Morgan state ermond, and Mrs. John Brab- during the week ending Mon- Saturday afternoon. Tim TL1I_,_.,._Typing_ The"TELEGRAPH.: Paper Erasers. .
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Carl Wright, of Gainesville. 1 community affairs chairman ham. day. Thompson, Scribe. 1UWI.13 .
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tw-I_, ,Anthony, Wayne Moore, 75,;Dies Thursday
a native of Brooker, died wirn ; I
""Wednesday, April 17, eriroiite Troy Dukes,,64'died', Thurs- NEW F resh
to aJacksonville, hospital., Mr. day, Apr, 18, at his home at I DIXIE I ., 'i[?
Moore! moved to Jacksonville New River after' a brief ill-'I ;
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ness. He was a lifelong resident -i I ; -.. fc .
""' ; 'Delicious'satisfying: yet'
"Served 37 years on the Jacksonville of Bradford County, ,
police force before 1 I where he had farmed for ,.. 4:.;...., '::*$,Kt14.ti\:.from.... ...- taping: ., Ar]
retiring several years ago. He many years .and was a member i 430 'WESTMADISON ..average( serving of chicken
,; was a member of the First of the New River Primi- Lrc t r.3 % }/ E
; contains{ only to. ,as
Baptist Church of Jackson- :: live Baptist Church. ST. *main? ;calories. -moryy' pop-, -- I L LpD
ville1.: 1 Surviving are his .widow f. D '
ular..meatsy! et plenty ofneeded
Surviving are two daugh- !Mrs. Leona Dukes. New River; ", :; f
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ters Mrs. Colleen and three sisters, Mrs. Mabel ,profein..y
Mrs. Marguerite Rowland. Long and Mrs. Lomie Rho- i l'
both of Jacksonville; two sis-i den, both of Lake Butler, and GRAND OPENING ..
ters, Mrs. Mary Forrester of Limit 3 with food order. .
I Mrs. Bertha Rhoden Starke; L CELEBRATION' f1i f ._ LB.
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:: tery.was. .in,., Evergreen Ceme--i;I 1 I irtg.-Wilsorr er.and Louis Crawford and Brannon''officiati Funeral --I 'FJtl. :,_,_: ',ZS'. _:_ ..N.j 9ft No Other Beef Could :Be SO ,II IIII REG. 59 SUBER SLICED

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:1select : ;yftur.'Jfforlte: ESTERBROOK'Fountafn -,1 Donald Ieyand Dukes Markalee, Raymond Moody Rho- i THRIFTY TUflLL? T'fl: II
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J Mt. Stokes SI Mrs Naomi Scott, Mrs. June'!' cywyy TTy.TTTTT TTTTT.TTTTTTTTT" TTTTTTTTT .
Davis, Mrs. Judy Lane and .,. .. Rev: Hemingway in Tallahassee holding mock 'American Foresters : sibUityto properly manage ..Your.. .People'a, Mteimj.Friday' .
NEWS INTEREST sessions of the i ... :>
OF TO COLORED Legislature, .t Florida's woodslands are rap- '
\ Miss Gloria Stokes, all of Services HeldWednesday ,7:30:: p. m. un , Services HeW Gainesville; two sons, Richardof CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNty i'[: running for offices from: Coun- j'Schedule Meetrrig idly lincreasing.rThe : .... ", School 10 a.m. fe'unday'Nigbt
the U.S. Marine Corps at ty Commissioner to Governor public is invited to attend -
$ state W. W. [Bill] Hood ofStarke the Worship.Tom Everyone
hearing leaders
speak, general session at
falxabeth I ,
Elmer Eugene Stokes 5l, Parris Island. S. C., and (By QiAAAAAAAAAAA QS) ', .
t of Gainesville, was pronounced Dwight Stokes Gainesville; : Rev. Leroy ..G. Hemingway, and visiting,state officials. i ;ch'afrman of the Floriia 2' p.ni. oh May 9. cordially Invited to attendRfv. -

\ dead on arrival at Alachua two brothers; Henry Stokes AAAAA AAXAA,i'IALAUUAAAL...}llr u Lai'.1.1'I{ 1 83. of Starke,. died Monday:: While it is a Legion-spon-: : ; Chapter.of the Society of Car! )EdmoncUon .pastor.

General of Texas, and Earl Stokes 'I I I morning: L'11 a Jacksonville, so'red program, the EtotaryClub CO\GKEU ATIONALII6UNES
Hospital last Satur- 'f.5i M;.t..l: iaiCaneer% American Foresters, has an-
''>'<{<''< ':h ; hosputal after ,, Elks Club and CiYita'n'Club ; CHURCl3North
Canal Zone two sisters, Mrs. : l an extended !
day after .suffering & heart :,1r.'J.. ;.".. I Drive \ nounced a meeting to be held
'" will
.i attack. Thelma Pollr of Brooker, and I ).i-;.u.; i. 1 The volunteer crusade for : illI\ sponsor one boy Zipper Noiebmks'f 1S.4J if
." .' each in order in Orlando 9-10. at theCherryPlaza 30:. 24 tnilej out of
that all four May
Mr.. Stokes was a native of Mrs. Faye Johnson Gaines- >" 4j 'the American Cancer Society t i I, i;Rev. ,Hemingway was born Bradford County: Tf f*"Sp1L
i ; : *; <
l town
., Motor Lodge. on left of the
I,! vine May ?25,1879 in Conway S. C..l may attend. They are selected rcaa.
Bradford County and movedto ; .. ; tfieir appreciation
A)11. express:
i. v. ':i I for';I -by a committee of American The Florida Foresters' organization '
.;: ,,,,. the son of the late rienry D. I
'
Gainesville seven years ago ,: Funeral services were held w> "1<<' your'contributions of over
".
I from Brooker. He was a member 1 at 3 pjri. Tuesday in the Hill- b / :\. < ..i"I'w I $Itlo( in our recent fund drive. ::, and way. Laura He served Leggett in the Heming-ministry school Legion instructors.The members. and high I i members', ,is" a with chapter some of 300 the I AMBULANCE: SERVICEPHONE .
of the Hillcrest crest It :
Baptist Baptist Church with .14kk is contributions like yours National of ;' 964-2600
Church. Rev. C. A. Crosby' of Starke |! that provide e.for continued research ,, for more than 45 years: Post set May 13 as the Foresters.Society American >
his ; Burial in De- ;land I the Airpark Baptist'i Surviving widow officiating
are was .I.Ii and distribution of ed- In C. Jones Funeral l HomeDeWitt
i j 1 i '' announcing the meeting, _
Church, where funeral i 1 baseball" gaInebe'tU' e'n the'
Mrs. Cora P, Stokes his dan sere
Cemetery ucational
; par- near Brooker, materials in proteetion the chairman said that
with
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stokes with Jones-Johnson Funeral relief and ices were held, was founded. 1 Post and the Junior Chamberof
; cure of the the fast C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
of Starke; four daughters, Home of Gainesville in charge I Ii [ killer Cancer. by him in 1950. He also served < Commerce. The game will l growing forest indus-
I ; in numerous churches in 1 feature members of both clubs tries, increasing demands for Starke, Fla.
i of arrangements. j ji I It is not too l late to give ; wood outdoor recreation
the New River riding the around the water -
; Baptist.Associa'tion i donkeys
i Active pallbearers were Eddie 4 S"Yr your contribution to your vol- conservation and other RENTAL SERVICES
Hare you AD old refrigerator'I'I unteer worker ill health forcing hisretirement 1 15as s'and on the field. '
..] Wasdin. A. I. Mann Res- as follows:- Lin- ; demands on woodlands, the Hospital Beds Wheel l Chairs, Crutches
fan or tools which you no lonjfJr 1 1 sie R. Carlton N. E. Wilkinson. coln'' City, Mrs. Be'rtis Robinson ;! in 1959. i Post pommander Julian Mc- : professional forester's

> use. Convert them into cash||I H. H. Mott, George Naz- 1! ,. Mrs Louisa Brown; Plea Surviving are two daughters. ''Rae a announced that election. respon-. .- ,,.,, . .. .
now. Phone 964-3101 and alt! I : Mrs. One Wiggins of "' -::' :\' ':: '
sant Grove ttf officers will be held May
worth Wilbur Gunter, and II I Mrs. Marion Ty-
for claaslflec1.I II Sfarke, and Mrs.: John Moyer
r4 son, Mrs. i H.
I Tom Wilkerson. I [ I Beatrice DeSue; !' ;1
i I I Starke, Miss Frances Jenkins, j of:Jacksonville; one son John; Members of the local post .. ....
I; :Miss Fannie Bell Frazier, Mrs. j:! Henry Hemingway* .Elizabeth- :i will attend the Fourth District -- l.1. ;,.' t\\ .I; ... .
_,. .. Y 1 town.: N. C. brother C; -, : ) "'I.
_
Frank
!"' j ; a. I
Beulah '
PUBLIC ENEMY V '' Lennon in Ocala this !
I Mrs. A. G.\\ .meeting Sunday :, t ," : :l"',
1 r[
Hemingway, Starke: a sister -' '
Retirement Announced Moffett Mis. Co'rine Butler, where district officers will be' : lrlli" iff"r
; ; f<' .. "
Mrs: r. C.: Je'lson, ; Mrs.: P. S. McMillian.. Jacksonville elected for the new and :, '
Mrs. C- E. Clark, i year HlMl i.-" J
NUMBER "TWO RJE Alma G. Moffett an arid$. Ale ander "Give More i j j ; ten grandchildren reports given..Post 56 member ; ; 81Bl*!Kvfc* ,.,.*...'.:.)(.vffi T
second I -r. _
will ,
grade :
teacher ; :
I gai six great grandchildren. .. .. ... f
r |to Cure More." Charles J, chaefer is ... \ ., .
a candidate t
l'ti .
retire from the teaching profession I Funeral services were held n'M. -V%"-'i j f... :''fI.tS:. ; ,. < .
I Cfmrch :1 wsServiees /*v.> .5>
for District Command- < i v :*/it' //.l'
With the exception< of Termite Household! Pestff are the most! at the close of this will lit 10 a.m. Wednesday in the ,' "" J25."; :"! .,.,,;::3, -J.i"l\:(1'",t- \-: '. 1.I. .

desfrnctivft, of ail pHi They i annually cost Bradford County school term. A native of Adel ;: be held at Mt. I Airpark .Baptist Church_ with i\' i! :' 'OC: ;..... l./l j .. i" ;
t\i ,
Moriah l '
Methodist : $ ; :' '''
Church this I| er.'D : .'Ii" : "
Homeowners thousands of dollars Ga., she received her elemen- Sunday starting with Church : Rv. W. M. Dunagan.. Rev. I j I i 'TiSTi j jj ,I. If> : .\,1 : .", :
I ,
tary and high school training"i- 1 John R. firabham,. and Rev.Lacy pe"; ,,1. .
Many are known disease carriers. Many are suspects< of School .at 9:30: Mrs. Es- ; !| 11IGHL.aCHURCH i ,,., J -
I
;< ,
in the j : :! )
r public school of that ,
i officiating.. i I
Conway
carrying some of our more mysterious di-teases now under re sie Holland'in charge. Morn- ,; r ( 'i; \/.And To : Pf e It.
city. After .
search. completing her ing Worship 11 : Int/rmeht was W tie fami i Sunday School", 9:45": ; Wof- '" 1 : ; .
; a. m., with .
I t
hii ; J" iT
gh- school work she attended : zr \ ; 'i
I.Rkeiyeme : .
ily plot fit bv :
f Training
Rev. B, P. J. Williams 3 in ( Crq ship: service, 11 > m.;
",,:., ,)Ii = : Bethune-Cookman College, charge, Evening Service, 6:30.: tery' under t directlorf.:; 6f DeI Union 6'30:; P#. Evening
'e"// r \ Daytona Beach, and FloridaA The |' Witt'CJones". Funeral Home. Service, 7:30 p: m' Prayer
/ ; ; .... ._.. !. & M University, Tallahassee Spiritual Garden Te a :: ,
,. held at Mt. Moriah last Sun;; Active pallbearers were' Meeting each Wednesday 7 p.
I ''4'/ attaining a Bachelor of day was a grand success. Ev- nephews and grandsons of the? ,, m.-Geb. W. Chfim., pastor.

I Science Education.degree in Elementary veryone who attended was,' deceased. Honorary! ;pallbearers .; -,. .. ; ., HUNDREDS OF Y A'RDS OF FINE :
: ,
members
well entertained. Music were of the New
mit.W\ i Her teaching career began furnished by the RJE Chorus was' : River Bapftst As'o atlon.I Akridge Taxi .- FIRST DUALITY

\' in the public school' system' 011 i j with solos by:) JaSe Braille' 'a

; Coos County, Ga., where she 1; ani Mrs. F.- S. Pierce. The officers -''\t'Legion Makes Dependable Service

} .. J. ",; ,..--' i taught for seven years. She' and members are gratefql PHONE 964.2681 ..aati
,.. .\ 9't came to Florida in 1943 and : for the : Fi"nal" Plans COnON'PRINTS
..... .) '1."...-' ;i' taught in the public school: Young reporter.succ ss'Harry State
Boys"
\ system of Sarasota and Bradford ;< New Bethel Baptist Church, i P I
\ \ Counties for 20 years; Rev. A. Vinson .
G pastor, SundaySchool.
rm American Legion Post 56i k.
with Bradford '
claiming 18 of !
: 9:30: aon. Worship, 11;; :
i made
final plans' Tuesday. rf
those ;
f years. i
; Women's Home Mission, 5 p. ;
I i night for four higri school Ju-
Though a classroom teacher. m. BTU, 5:30.: A will 1 .
program
I.. .. Mrs. Moffett has never neglected i culminate the Baby Contest| riiofs Tallahassee.to attend Boys State in ? 5c.CLU66

her social and religious' sponsored by the Willing]
To sove costly damage to protect the health! of your /aunty obligations. She is an ardentmemb Workers Club, Mrs. Minnie The B'OJ-S state" program i is :, REG. 39c YD.

nominal sub Bribe fee.now to regular pest control servic ot i frost r of Mount Zion AJtl. Smith chairman. Sunday Apr l!|I I sponsored. < ;by the America-. i n' 'p -, 4- -4

E. Church at Hawthorne, and; 28. 8 p.m. lt\j t Legion each year r.; and is designed I
a member of the Grand Un- RJE for ""on th'f job train-
High School Chorus will ?
%{ > t i ii t e'd Order of Pallbearers Un-,I I sing under the, direction o f ,I| ing" in governmental func- t A 4YBs.I
cuFAfiCATh4tOottt4ot tlons. '
i on. Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph.The | The' bob'ss1>e'nt a: week I sai3ft r

i! She has been a great asset. public is cordially invit II v A'

; to the school community, and. ed.Mrs.. M. J. White re- f I.

Information DIAL 964.3965 i: ct county. Qualities possessed byii I porter. Announcing The Opening ,.

..__ -- i i t this beloved teacher should be i Greater Bethlehem Freed : Save 56c o'ri 4 Yards
I a guide for both
.- teachers an j j Will Baptist Church, Rev. t.' 4
'I Christi alike to follow. !i Louis McKay pastor. Mother WAYNE CHANCE 80.9 ware Percales

The principal, staff, and Wolf
was. an honored visitor :
I :.,s. :. ;; an Drip-drys
student of it
body RJE all join the morning service last

1c'SUJ6CERY ; to wish Mrs. Moffett the best j Sunday. At 4:30 pjn. the G- .." r .- i /Washable, Color-Fast
uc that life has to offer she PEL REGISTBRED LAND SURVEYOR -
as was carried out. .with
$ ; .. .
: enters '" -"--'-* _* ar rrf* T- .-"> w, Newest Colors
a new experience of
rei i president Mack Lee 'to charge. ,
!, tirement.. .1 Weekly schedule at 6; follows: 335 North Luke. Street ; and Patterns lij
.
!Monday .
night, Choir 1 rehear, ''
; Thurston School Festivities {! Starke I
i Fla. Phone 964-7343
i I Thurston May activities i: sal. Tuesday night Faithful i t -, j +t cyE ---j-jt '
& "MARKETHalf J Few Club. 7:30. Wednesday o I If I
: program will be an event oMap f i Night' Prayer. Meeting. Thursday 'r _. .. .
;i 22. starting at 12:30 u. IIIi. \
Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 We ask all principals, tea-;i j night choir 2 and the ,. .
Ladies Circle meet. i
c hers, students, patrons and :j Friday j
friends td cooperate with us night, Prayer Band meeting: j i'
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OPEN 7 DA YS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. : on the above date so that we'j' Sunday, Apr. 28, is Youth LSGit ?/
will have j Day, starting with Sunday j. \ I
: a real beneficial \ \ I
I
SALES PRICES GOOD: TI URS., FRI., SAT., program. School at 9:45.:: At 11 a. m., | II
Free Cannon Waldo
: and Pen
AND SUN. ONLY ; May we expect you? Please ;. \ney Farms will wofshfp withus. i iI
do not miss this even.Mrs.S. .
C. Price, teacher. 1 At 3 p.m. our visitors will I

MILK: 3 tall cans 39c RJE May Day Activities I\ be St. John of Lawtey, FirstBorn i I!
} of Starke; New Hope i iI
Everyone is invited to attend I
Baptist, Mt._ Zion_. AME of !
SUNNYLAND May Day activities on !
Lawtey, and the i,
.c Dixie Tone
. LB.FRYERS May 3 oh the campus of RJE. '
PICNICSS. The Singers of Lawtey. Come and >
program will include'
join with the youth and make
< games, dances, May Pole. : j

G.IQE .t\. -. !, plaiting, ball games, and this a Allen grand_ reporter.day.- Miss Rebecca ;I je VpUR MONEY BE READY
.
LB. .stunts. The band will also ', Band' Concert
1 perform. Please come and .
.
FOR
STARKE MERCHANTS'STARTING
-
; Everyone- invited to ati i
join in
an afternoon of '
: tend"the Band" Concert on : .,
art ra _
ROYAL fun. Refreshments will be on
Sunday, Apr. 28, at 3 p.m. in '
LONG GRAIN RICE. .. 5 Ibs. 59c I sale. the school cafeforlum. Come j DAYS!

i Wake Up and Head! out and enjoy this tr t.OES A9N

BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE r This week', Apr. 21-27, Na- Notice

: Qt. '" tional Library Week, the RJE The Order of=Eastern Star t /I .' : Erg.s
library is stressing, more than will'meet Thursday night at

._-- ------ ------ ever, the? importance of read- 8 o'clock in the Masonic Han r
1
/
BLUE PLATE, ing. Almost all professions on Brownlee St. All 1 members H 5I

.! and jobs require the ability to are asked to' be present: Mrs. 1,
DRESSING }
SALAD Qt. read quickly and intelligently. Ethel Young' wil be,obllgated %l

i Reading helps us find our ;; in this meeting7.: Mrs. Janie

way on the-: street; it providespleasure Mitchell WAI.
FOREMOST MILK :;. half gal. 53c II
.
.
MAY 1st
and'relaxation at i I :r. r COOPERATING STARKE
.... .. I
home, and helps us increaseour -.iI:= ,--- ., II

KOUNTRY KISTCORN knowledge,of., our subjects i j i i'i MERCHANTS will GIVE YOU "AUCTION

2 for 29c at school. In fact, modern life i I: "iLLIAMIJEWELRY I

is most dependent on the ; MONEY" DOLL-AR FOR-tfOllbAR WITH YOUR
printed word and the
GA. RED i ability :

TOMATOES .. 8 cans $1.00 to read During it. National Library 0 4 PURCHASES. FOR EACH DOLLAR PURCHASE


99c Week. at the RJE library all f&PAIRSrWATCHKSDIAMOMM' : i i s .- YOU iq GET A DOLLAR MCfftEY"
PURE LARD 1 g al l. jar over-due boOKs may be returned -'I : .* ; -. ACTION
.s j ? ;
without charges. So,
PACKAGED parents look around and see I!!! An Work Guaranteed .! TO BE USED FOR BIDtffr/G/ AT A GRAND

SLICED BACON 1 lb. 39c if your child has any overdue '<
A. C.: Williams :.
4 AUCTION HELtf IsXlilRDAY
w books belonging to RJE. If so. TO BE MAY 25.
JIM DANDY have him or her return them! 142 W. Calf St.Starkt. .. .

C : and there will be no fine.-I ( !Ff I II _, <

GRITS Miss O. T. Thompkins librar- .: r j 1 .
LBS : c; I-=- r -r ;.: fc r* '. .. .
.. "H ::_ __

CABIN HOME I SALE ,

MEAL---. J)' FOR ,, $ r


GOOD; LEAN FRESH GROUND

BEEF S Lg- 49c Four 2-Room Apartments
'
Fully Equipped Be Sure To Get Your Auction Money" When Making A Purchase At Any Cooperating

ALSO .
MSAUSAGE3L.0hl, CONEY" ISLAND SANDWICH SHOP I Starke Store. Use Your ,Money To Bid On Any Prize You Like.. ,


-. $1 EQUIPMENT, STOCK, k OR PROPERTY FOR SALE :; SEE" PRIZES- ON DISPLAY IN WINDOW.. 'OF STARKE HARDWARE, CO.

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CHUCK ROAST : LB.; 49 CAN BUY EQUIPMENT! Ii ,LEXE PROPERTY !

INQUIRE: Van McCrary

KANSAS QUEEN Coney Island* Sandwich-i Shop* .. i.IT i t tr PAYS to T'E in ST ARI\E

Now Doing Good Bbsfness.-- Reason For .Selling-- .

FLOUR 10 tba. /= 89c On Account Of Health .III'. .. .- ...." .. Co ,_____ _. .. -. ,. _, .. j

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PAGET'SIX

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA,
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THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 196S

By ,36 Point Margin J

eluded Gen. William K. Har- jections to show cause why said cree pro confesso will be. enter-

rison of Largo, and Vernon petition should not be granted ed against you.
I on the attorneys for petitioner, WITNESS my hand and the
Patterson of Charlotte N. C. Thomas & Pierce. 203-205:! Nor.!.! seal of said court at Starke,
; Thinclads Win 6th General Harrison was stationed -I Temple _.Avenue Starke Florida Florida this March %6. 1962.!
Straight Keystone Crown and file
at Camp Blanding dur- the original in the office CHARLES A. DARBY.
I of the Clerk of the circuit Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
.. ing World War H. Court on or before May 2nd, (SEAL) I
1963. Herein Fail Not or a de- 4-IS4tS-3
Topping their nearest opponent Keystone record even thoughfar yard dashes with times I
of 10 the 220 set a new Bradford own mark set last week at the 18.4. FIRST CHRISTIAN 1 1I
by 36 points Tornadotrackmen I from his best time of seconds and 21.9. Though he High School record -
betteringhis Ribault Invitational.
CHURCH
100-yard dash-2
Register
I ,
Wednesday afternoon 4:36.6.: The previous mark of was over-shadowed by Mac- own 22.2 standard set last Rhoden took first place in 10.0: 5, Gardner, [tie]. I ANNOUNCING. j
walked away with their 4:46.6 was held by Lee Cog- clenny's Marcus Rhoden in in the state Bob L. Badjett,Minister .
year meet and I
I both events with a time of 9.9In j Mile run 1, H. Lawson,
ijixth: consecutive Keystone dill of Starke and J. fountain -. both events Register's time in I I his 10 flat century tied his : the I Sunday SchooL 9:45 a. m. I, ,
Conference century and 21.8 in the 4.44.9 [new KC record]; 2, T. Church
championship. Worship 10:45
of PKY. : a. m.
Starke-,.. tallied a total of 92 The 880-yard relay team of To Live Oak 220. He will not be running Lawson; 3. Edwards; 4- Chi Rho, 5:30 p. m. Choir : The Opening Of A
against Register in the state
Jim
Jones.
points for first place honors. Ken Terrell. Gene Pass 'Tom however, since Macclenny isI, 880-yard relay-, Starke practice, 6:30: p.m. CYF. 7 p.

56 Macclenny.:points' followed was second by Fer-with Gardner, and Freeman Reg- BHS Baseballers Class B and Starke Class A.1 I I I [Terrell, Pass, Gardner, Register m. Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. AIR STATION l & DIVE SHOPSTHIAK

nandina P. K. Yonge, Green isjer; of also 1:34.1.set a new The loop old standard recordof Drop Register's present time in the 'I ] 1:34.1 [New KC record I 01. WedI4esd:;.

CovV 220 121.91 is the best in the I I I ].

'Springs, and Live Otk. 1:35.4 was also held by Bid For entire state in Class A. j I t r 440-yard dash-2, B. Dowl I A T i
"Over-all. I'm s i t1sfied"sid Starke, arid was set last year. Keystone Crown THE RIGHT FOLVT for UK
!''Coach Other personal bestsrecord- ing, 54.4; 3, Dugger, 54.5; 4,
David Hurse who i The sprint medley relay mark I I I way you write. Come in and
ed in the j jGardner's
loop meet were Tom I Crawford, 54.7. LANDING
saw his runners win the sixth I I also fell to the onslaught of i select your tovorite ESTEU-
straight Bradford High's diamond i counted for eight of their 12 winning toss of 139 i 180-yard LH 3, Seeley 1
Keystone track title :: Tornado runner si; Terrell, squad lost its chance for I feet in BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
in the six a hits with four safties each. I the discus and Jimmy : 22.9. t' KINGSLEY LAKE
he has 1
years been GRAPH.IX .
Gardner
at 'Starke. It Leonard Dugger, and Keystone Conference baseball Three Starke pitchers tried Dowling's 130 foot throw in1 880-yard run-2, Joe Brown

time Starke and was the last,'I Pass who set a new mark of championship Monday when I their hands at halting the I the same event to take second 2:10.8. GO SECOND AIR FILLS FOR ALL TANKS
Live Oak will
be allowed to in i 2:05.5: to better P. K. Yonge's the' Tornadoes committed 16 Bulldogs but the leaky defense place. Gardner's precious I Sprint Medley Relay 1, THE CIRCUIT COURT Or

the Keystone participate Conference I I old standard of 2.06.8. errors and saw Live oak walk and timely hitting i I best was around 136 feet. I I Starke [Terrell. Gar dner, I ,CIRCUIT THE EIGHTH OF FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN 38 Cu. Ft. 75c

since the loop's i!.I Individual laurels:.for Starke away with the Southern Di- spoiled their efforts. Hamilton -,, "We're satisfied even thoughwe i Dugger, Pass] 2:05.5: [New KC AND FOR BRADFORDCOUXTV.
coaches have I
voted the two i were almost all copped by vision championship 16-6. started off for Coach I' did not come up with some record]. I IX CHAXCEKV. 71.2 Cu. Ft. $1.00

out" after this bigger schools II senior speedster Freeman "It must have been some Charlie Lyle but received no I of our better performances" 220-yard dash2. Register. I In Emanucl re: Petition Nick of
Klondes
But the
two have joined year.forces with Register who took second kind of a record," Athletic support and gave way in the Coach David Hurse said, "ButI 21.9. I AMENDED >OTICE OF Everything For The Diver At

Palatka i place In both the 100 and 220- Director David Hurse said after fourth to Bill Jackson who i think we'll be ready for the Mile Relay1, Starke [H. ADOPTIO.\ r OrEEDI-: '
St.
Augustine, and TO Uriah Address
: Sears Burch
Lake City to form the FlorIda IJr.. Hi Runnels he was told the comedy of retired in favor of Kenny Ter- Florida Star Meet." Lawson, Crawford, B. Dowl j Unknown. l REASONABLE PRICES

,Star Conference.The errors committed by the Tor- rell in the sixth. i Starke Results ing, J. Brown] 34.1. I You Are Hereby Notified that'
Win I nadoes. Starke still has a The i 120-yard HH 5, I I a petition has been filed in the ,
first For Starke I inning that really I Seeley, Shot Put1.. Gardner.. 47'-I
-- ---- ----- -- above-styled
competition for I : court by Eroanuel
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
thenew conference scheduled chance to win the district and I wrapped things up for the locals 11%"; 2, Phillips, 44' 11 1-4"; Nick Klondes for the adoption -

for this |fs Bradford High School's junior go on to tke state, however.The I was the sixth when the J. Smith. I of Uriah Sears Burch Jr., a ,;'
Friday at 4
when a loop track meet is p.m.set varsity track team out- Tornadoes will take on Bulldogs scored eight runs on //3.Discus1, Gardner, 139'; minor. by said petitioner. and j Telephone 533-2321 Kingsley Lake
you are required to serve a i
at Palatka.In scored Keystone Heights' var- Green Cove Springs here next eight errors. B. Dowling 130'. copy of your Answer or Ob- I. l lIF

winning the Keystonetitle sity 115-24'in a dual meet last Tuesday. April 30. in the first Starke tallied for three runs -.-. -

,however, the Tornadoes Wednesday, April 17, on the Sub-Group contest. If they in the fifth and sixth innings- Ig
local oval.Results win. they will then go to Pa- The three in the fifth came

wrote three more entries into : latka Thursday, May 2, to on an error, a walk, and successive -

the record books.. Junior Hal 100-yard dash-1., Pass, S; play the winner of the Pa- hits by Terrell a ij

Lawson set a new loop mark 2. Sanford S; 3, Harper S latka-Bolles game for the Sub- double, and singles by Gary \ ( arott.tIJ' .

with a time of 4:44.9: a new 11.0. Group championship. Kouba and Marty Starling.

Mile run-1, T. Lawson, S: Bishop Kenny of Jacksonville Three also came in the 1v1 20 Words or less, one time _-_ .95 :Memorials, Resolutions: ____ 5 e per wort
2 Jones S 3 is seeded first of the 10 sixth when shortstop Donald -
I
,
; Mooneyham K.
Hamilton Hurls 4:58.8.: '. teams participating in this Falcon and third-baseman If not paid in advance __ 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 50 words __ 1M

district and Starke is seeded Last Keyed or Blind Ads _. 1.00 Over 50 words _______. 5c per wont
880-yard relav -1. Starke Dwight Elder led off with Thursday's Ladies

W-0: Shut-Out fHaroer. Lewis Sanford, Pass] seventh. Green Cove has singles, left fielder Gary Cole Event was a Flag Tourna- Each additional word over 20 ___ 03 Display ads In Classified __ 1.50 per In IrII

1:40.3.: beaten the Tornadoes once walked to load the bases and ment. Winners were Marvalen

Over Santa Fe 440-vard dash-1. Crawford, this season 4-3 but Starke bill Jackson's base clearing Wood and Lois Mclntire. Each MICHIGAN RANCH, FOR SALE 3 black male FOR RENT- Nicely furnished -

S: 2, Leath K; 3. BlAke K: made nine errors and Clay single. player was given a flag with STARKE FLORIDA I poodles, 2 weeks old. Call 969- one and:! two bedroom a-

6.1.. scored four unearned runs. Darrell Craft pitched six her gross score on it. As you I Consisting of 10 frame cabins, 1191. Itchs partments. Also 2 bedroom

Sophomore Mark Hamilton J.I\1V' hurdles-l, Nelson, S; In the Live Oak game Mon- innings for Live Oak and was reached your score you placed I 1 dulpex, laundry house, CB 'I! SPRING TIME Order your I Fill j house available May 1. All

hutted a one-hit shut-out at **. Harper. S: 3. :McCloud. S. day, which left the Torna- your flag on that hole. Peggy restaurant, all furnished; 10 new Beauti Pleat Draperies I modern and convenient. Ren-

Sank' on tf\e Rebel's home 159. does with a 5-2 conference relieved by Lester Frier in the Godwin and I thought you I acres including fish pond, now. Going under new management ,, 1 ner Apts. across from B.H.S.
I
flpld last Friday as the Tornadoes 880-vard run-I. record, Bulldogs Johnnie seventh. Harry Taylor was the were supposed to see how soon beautiful grounds with large Richard Fo-j! !, auditorium. Call 964-5744.
Brown S j
to ; stately pines, fronting Read The Classifieds!
on i
coasted a 10-0 win. >. Thomas, S; Mooneyham, Hurst and Milt Summerell ac- catcher.of you could get your' flag down. garty. Free estimates. Phone i I i tfchg
State Road 100 about 3 miles '
Coach Charles' Lyles' nine I K.: 2:16.5.: However, when we finished we 964-3043. Mrs. Helen F. Truex. I' YOUR NAME IS FOR SALE Pink or Red
of Starke. Offered for sale to
boosted their Florida track. I I
Keystone Conference discovered I ltp FOUND AMONG TIlE
220-Yard dash1.. Pass, S; Tornadoes Fifth The Tornado the object of the settle an estate. A. J. Thomas, Hybrii:! day lilies 50c clump.
record to 5-1 with the ?. Crews, S: 3, Lavorne, K. team 880-relay contest was to see how long Admr. Starke. Florida. FOR RENT-4-room furnished CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Mrs. Joe Bass. Rt. 1 Box 112.

victory and their season markto 'J". n of Billy Dowling. Gene you could carry it. Our mis- house; 5-room unfurnished AT TilE TELEGRAPH 4 miles South of Starke on
'1-4. Hamilton had a no- .v.v. Pass, Tom Gardner, and Register take. Ha! DAY LILIES all colors 100 to house. Apply 308 S. Water St. Road 100. 2tp 5-2

hitter working until the sixth Spring medley relav -1, At Ribault MeetCoach finally posted the first Plans are under for the choose from. From lOc. M. A. phone 964-7431. ltchg 1 OFFICE FOR A FREE
Starke way
Noegel.,
Conner, Craw- Payne, 204 S. Glenn St. tfchg ,
when Rebel respectable time this
left fielder relay
Berrow first TICKET TO TilE FLORI WANTED for
Housekeeper
ford Jones] 2:21.2.: Inter-City Ladies Associ- FOR SALE: 10 cu. ft. freezer;
broke it up with his single, Mile relaY-Keystone 3:59-1. season with their 1:33.1. ation tournament to be play- Felix Sapp small boat trailer; riding type THEATRE. elderly coupe in Hampton.

the only Santa Fe,hit of the Shot put-. : David Hurse's Tor- Hurse says he expects to bet- ed in Ocala, May 9. Anyone WILL TRADE 2 bedroom lawn mower, bench saw, etc. Live in, room and board with

game. 2. Kelly S 3 Thomas. S; nado runners placed fifth in ter that time in the state'Interested in going please cottage in Highlands, N. C. 725 W. Call St. phone 964- Mrs. L. Whitehead salary $72.00 per month.

The win gave the Torna- 1-4" ; Warren S. 37' the Ribault Invitational last when senior Kenny Terrell contact Marvalen Wood at for equal time in your Kings- 1241. ltp -- Write Mrs. E. L. Birt. Box 4.

does a chance to win the probably the next fastest man the ley Lake cottage. E. O. Elder, I 15 foot Chest Deep Freezer Hampton or call Waldo 468-
club
Friday or Gertie McRae. J. R. WainwrightFOR
night in
Discus throw- i, Warren. Jacksonvilleand 533-2159. Itp $100 in A-I shape. Dahmers 1752. Up
Southern Division of the behind Register, will be run-
Keystone q: 2. Leath K speedster Freeman The entry fee is $1. and the Discount House. Itchg
; 3. Loper, S.mre" Reg- SALE Zinnia Marigolds -
ning. Terrell also base-
Conference if they would plays luncheon will be $1.50. Thisis LOST3 yr. old male dog. Mrs. Junius Smith
have beaten Live Oak Mon- = : ister won a special trophy as ball and was not available to Answers to name of "Yellow." Salvia, double, ruffled LOSTChocolate Brown fold

day, but the Tornadoes Hteh jumo-l, Phioos, S: the meet's high point entry.It the track team last Friday."If payable to Gertie by Mon- Call Clyde Crews, Lake But- and plain petunias also over pocketbook in Fla. The-
er- ". Jackson, K 3 Bradley day, the 29th, as reservationsare Tomato plants Mrs. V. R. atre. Keep and return FOR SALE- Carpet. 12' by
; S., money
rored ler. Reward. ltp
their was the : the
second we can get
chance proper
large
at
the like Lilac wool andnyjpn.
to 18'
be new.
!;':v'. made by May 1. Ferguson, phone 964-5571, 2 papers to Pam Parker. ltp
crown away with 16 miscues Jacksonville meet the Torna- personnel together we havea Also in the planning stageis INSURANCEAT miles from Starke on Highway -- Far below cost at
Centerfielder Kenny Terrell Pole vault-. Phipps. 8: does had entered in as many good chance to win the an Invitational REDUCED RATES 16 north. tfchg FOR RENT AdultTonly.First 4950.: Call'964-8641. 2tchg5-2
'. Edwards S: 3, Kirchanne. Tourna- AUTO FIRE BOAT class first floor apart- .
weeks --
led in the state
'Starke against Santa Fe ; they took sixth, placein 880-yard relay ,
l3. W. ment with Palatka and Key- DOYLE:. CONNER FOR SALE: 1962 Buick Sky- ment. Private entrance, TV FOR RENT-Nicely furnished
with two hits in four timesup the annual Fletcher Invitational Hurse predicted. stone Heights to be played INSURANCE AGENCY lark convertible. Like new. See aerial convenient location. No 2 bedroom house. 612 Lake St.

while third baseman Gary i the week before. Junior" miler Hal Lawson) here May 23. More about this Phone 964-4501 at 415 E. South St., any time. pets. 128 North Church St. Adults. Mrs. A, F. Sauls, ph.

Kouba, currently hitting at ,a fAngus Sales T r "We go to these big meets I racked up four points Friday I later. tfchg Phone 964-2121. 2tp 4-25 2tp 5-2 9645744. tfchg.

.4784clip for the Tornadoes,'I because it's the kind of competition as he took second Dlace in that I
-
ReportedSeveral I BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia '
had a.: single in three tries. 'fAre we'll face in the event with a time of 4:38.8: Tom's ShellThreatens Insurance Problems? before you see FOR SALE 54 one ton WANTED Girls for spare
behind Richard Grice of Ter- Chevrolet truck. $175. cash time sales work. Sarah Coven-
Every Tornado except catcher recent sales of state, Coach Hurse explained. Call The Man From WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM.
MaJty; Starling contributed to, reg- i "We know we could win ry Parker who rounded the To "TRAVELERS"George A. PAYNE, your local rep- Carl Vanzant. Lawtey. ltp try Jewelry. Write Opal Smith.

Starke's 10 hit attack. istered Angus bulls have been small dual meets if we wantedto 440-yard oval four times in E. LaRue resentative since 1956, Box 603 REGISTER NOW for adult Box 15, Raiford, Fla. tfchg.

reported by the American An- I J schedule them but this 4:36.0: Grice was also Lawson's Take LeadWith Keystone Heights Agt. For phone 964-3794. tfchg evening classes. Mail yrm
t course selections to I... H. Gibson -
Sperry Defeats gus Association. {I way the boys feel they've real- nemesis at Fletcher last only two weeks of Travelers Ins. Companies YOUR OLD WATCH will I Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 FOR SALEBy
J. M. Edwards I ly done week when he also forced make the down payment on a
Jr. of Starke| something when they Tel. 473-4692 Day, fee per course. Negro adults
bowling left in the
Starke Stars 16-11 j sold four Aberdeen-Angus!I' win." Lawson into second place. Men'sCommercial 473-4S25 Nites. I beautiful new Bulova at :i contact Prof. Thompkins. RJ OwnerF.
League. Tom'sShell Dahmeis Discount House.
timed at 4:36.3, E. School. tfchg
Lawson was :
,Starke Stars made a fine I j bulls to J. P. Hall and Son!t Register, a senior, accounted under his best has a mathematical Auto Fire Home Business tfchp !, H. A. Approyed
nine seconds
start' with nine runs in the I i Inc. of Green Cove Springs.1 I for 10 of the Tornadoes' 29 previous time, for a new Brad- chance of taking the lead Monthly Payment Plan I I NEW AND USED-Chain saws $600 Down
Available PEYTON FLORIST
first inning last Wednesday t points as he took second place away from Starke Motor Parts. I $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
Rodman
night. April 17, but eventually,I Underhill of Starke' in the 100-yard dash with a ford High School record.of The ninth place Draw Tite tfchg 119 S. THOMPSON ST. i I Lawn mowers sales and serI :I Monthly Payment $61.82

lost '16-11 recently purchased an Aber-l I I time of 10 seconds flat, breaking his own time I vice. Your McCulloch Dealer i
a Sperry League won team bowled a season high PHONE 964-4155 I 3 Blocks To Shopping Area
j deen-Angus bull from the 4:41.5: set earlier this season Florida Saw Co. 19th Drive :
I II i the
softball to Assembly at 220-yard dash with a tima game of 835 and high seriesof
game Subdivision
Pinehurst
timed in NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1023 Fla. 6- In
I Doyle Conner ranch. I of 22.7 and Grice, however, was NEWLY DECORATED furnished N. East, Gainesville, I
the plant field. i J. B. White of Starke re-!' anchored Starke's ahead of Lawson at 4:31: at 2284 to split even two and apartments. One and DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS 3411. tfchg I IFJp Concrete Block Home, 3
fourth
Harold i place half mile relay
Stewart led the two with the league leaders.
I|, cently sold three AberdeenAngus 1 team. The 10 flat Fletcher. two bedrooms. Reasonable. We Wire Flowers Anjwherc Bedrooms & Florida Room,
winners with five hits in century wasa Second place Tom's Shell
as Lights and water furnished. j
bulls to J. P. Hall and The Terry Parker flashwon't tfchg : ,h'aT Inc. Carport & Utility Room.
I new Bradford High School rnnC .
tries while four rolled a
many Starke high of 431
trouble Lawson in the a season game Contact Center St. or ------ -----, ----
Son, Inc. of Green Cove I I Phone 964-3544
iIe: s" had two hits each. ; record breaking Register'sown his 879 in taking three out of four phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. Industrial Division, Sales, Service
and one Aberdeen-Angus bull state meet, however, since FLOWER PLANTS FOR SALE I
The' win gave Assembly a 3-1 record of 10.1 set last from Noegel's Auto. Tom'steam : I tfchg i Repairs on Motors, Generators 717 W. Cypress Street
Class
to Margaret D. school is classified as Bachelor Buttons, Joseph
Whaley of
sealpft record while Starke, year in the Keystone Confer- is 4Vs points behind the Switching and Controls Starke, Fla.
GainesvilLe AA and the two will competein FOR SALE2 br. concrete Coat Touch-Me-Nots. Summer -
was 0-4. I ence meet on the University different classes. leaders, and only 8 points left block home in walking distance Poinsettia and others. Mrs. Welders and Tools, Power -

., Junior Tom Gardner, a field to roll. of shopping area and Leon Conner, Crosby Lake Conversion, Transformers.

event specialist as well as a Terwillegar Motors provedtoo churches. Furnished or un last house West2tp 4-25 Service and Repairs to All FOR SALE Repossesed 1953

*Now Open And In Full Swing .For member of the half mile relay tough for Starke Utilities furnished. Quiet large lot, 19 Heavy Industrial Electrical Chevrolet 4 door. Phone FB

and took all four points.O'Connor trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. Equipment 2-4236. Gainesville. Best offer
team, came up with eight Real Estate rolled Apply in person at Garden ,1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'YI1IFHOt will be accepted. Sterling
rfl. Outdoor Fun! points at Ribault by winning Fence Posts, Poles, elc. Restaurant. tfchg
i with a season high series of 2515, 872-1280 Finance, 107 S. E. 1st St.
event
the shot put a
I but better thanan Pressure Creosoted To tfchg. Gainesville. Itch?
managed no
: heave of 49 feet 7 inches and FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, nice-
; NEWKINGSLEY : was fourth in the discus even split with Gem Jew- Last A Lifetime ly furnished house, with car- I BRAND NEW ADMIRAL

I throw at 130 fe&. 1 inch. elry.O'Connor's SOUTHERN WOODPRESERVING port and large utility room. WE DON'T freezer chest or upright for

I Gardner won the shot on hia lead-off. man, For adults or with an infant $10.00 down at Dahmers Discount
T : able John Hall rolled a 240-201- CO. child. No pets. Inquire at 733 Sell you we help you buy. House. 8tchg 6-20
i final toss but was never
204 for a 645 series which establishes BALDWIN, FLA. N. Thompson. tfchg Good selection of new anc
BEACH i to get a top effort' in the discus high series used 8' and 10' wide Mobile FOR SALE-One acre home

: and his 130 foot toss was a league FOR SALE-Reasonable priced FOR SALE: 1960 Volkswagen, Homes. sites adjacent to Southside
that will be real tough to
I six feet under his usual best. used Televisions. Refrigerators clean and very good condition. LAKE GENEVA Elementary. High and Dry.

::1 "On Beautiful I The six additional feet would beat.Community Washers. Excellent Ralph Martin, 310 W. Call St. TRAILER PARK $2.500. an acre. Contact BUy
.
took three
., KingsleyLake"I i have won him a first place, Bank Condition. Bullington Appliances : Ph. 964-0293, between 5 plILand 1 mi. SE or Keystone Hts Jackson. Starke. tfchsr....
out of four from Russ's Place,
I Coach Hurse said. tfchg 7:30 p.m. ltp on Route 100 FOR SALE: 7 room, 2 bath
and last place Food Fair did
., I Although still hampered FOR SALE: 2 excellent milk tfch* house, utility room, large corner -
the
Starke
same to Telephone
1 severely by a badly strained I I goats. Just fresh. Milking lot, newly decorated in-
THE
rL BRING THE ':, thigh_-.._ _mnsrle_____ _senior un__ _Dole vaulter Co.Should Starke Motor Parts 'NEW, BEAUTIFUL heavY.-Mrs. L. B. Jordan, FOR SALE side.next door.210 E. Adkins St..tfchg key

Lynwood; Walters took phone 964-1945, Rt. 1 Box 427, .
Ready mix concrete concrete
be able to win all four points -
'- in his event with a Starke. Itp ONE TON ADMIRAL Air con-
PICNIC FAMILY FOR i first place next week. they will be the block, house piers sand cement -
leap of 11 feet six inches, league champions without ADMIRAL COLOR TV now mortar mix, rock, steel. ditioned $179.95 value for

fully two feet under what he even bowling the final week. KINGS. BERRY, $450 with trade at Dahmers oyster shell, limerock, roof $143.50, 5800 certified nema
SEASON would be jumping Discount House. tfchg lintels. rating.: Larger ones prices at
.J .. A DAY ; probably Standings W LStarke gravel, BRADFORD big discount. Dahmer's Discount -
best. He cleared 13 feet HOMES waterfoot ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521.
I I at his FOR SALE 50 ft.
Motor pts.-62% 25Tom's % House, 125 E. Call St.
regularly practice this season 3 TO 4 BEDROOMS lot $10,000 to desirable neigh- Starke. tfchg
Shell : 58 .30Noegel's Stchg 5-23
:u.. IS OPEN OF FUN I before he injured the bor only. Hollis V. Knight, P.
Auto Sis 52 36
I 1 OR 2 BATHS
F Starke. ltehg BOBBY HAIL PLUMBING
... : thigh. Motor 51 ,Q. Drawer __ -
11 Terwillegar 37 HASTINGS MATTRESS COMPANYCommercial and
'... The Tornadoes' next outing V. A. $50 DOWN MOBILE HOMES 8'xlO' wideto
: O'Connor RE.-50 38 & UPHOLSTERY WORK Residential Repairs. Phone
: will be at the Florida Star Community Bank 45 43 FHA 3% DOWN 60'. 50x10 as low as $3388 Waldo 4681206. Rt. 1 Box

,. ". ...: L ir Conference meet at 4 p.m. this 'Gem Jewelry. .. 40 48 BRICK OR FRAME with$67.05:monthly 8x35 only $2995 payments with 710 Furniture Lemon St.Repaired- Palaik 57-B Starke. Fla. 8tp 5-30

: Friday, April 26. at Palatka Starke Utility. .. 384 49 5 1 .58. -
$
..' You'll Find Your Favorite Water Sports Here: I, Schools in the newly formed !', Draw Tite . 36% 51% "SEEINGIS Trailer monthly Mart.payments Inc. U.s. Hiway: Upholstered & Refinished ., NURSERY ED. Apply WORKERS at office. NEED-Blalr'aNurseries

conference are Starke. Palat-j 1; Telephone Co., .4' 35% 52% 17. Box 468, East Palatka EA- MATTRESSES REBUILT .
Macclenny, FIa.3tchg
WATER SKIING ;, I ka, St. Augustine. Lake City.Ii I I i Russ's ._. .-_. 32 56 BELIEVING" 8-1050. tfchg: New Innersprings 4-25

';'7 FISHING i and Live Oak. The conference j I P.bodFair.-.28 60 FOR SALE and Box Springs

OR JUST SWIMMING !' was formed this year after!I CONTACT Excellent business location. Drop Us A Card or Call FOR RENT -Large Kingsley}
IN THE
"'" BEST WATER IN FLORIDA
Live Oak
Starke and were ;
Lake house. Completely ..fur-
200 ft. on Hiway 301 N. includes PALATKA EA 59148STARKE
"r. tion Week, the sponsor of the
BOWLING : forced to leave the Keystone LaRUE BR old house. nished. Private dock. By weekor
DANCING I SOMETHING: FOR ALL I Gospel Tabernacle brought a Corp. 3 year 364-5824
i Conference by a vote of the down. $85 mo.- month. Phone 533-2732.
$500 .
$11,000. MBS. PEGGY Sw.u.Starke.
-- DELICIOUS FOOD S SOFT DRINKS S PREMIUM BEER Keystone coaches. timely message Sunday morn- Or house with 100 ft. front- 2tchg 5-2
ing from Galatians 5, emphasizing 964-8641. Arroi
400 W. Madison St. age. $10,000. Call SINGER SEWING MACHINE
the need of youth to Uchg I
..: The Most Economical Way To Treat The Family At The Tabernacle know the truth and will their PHONE 964-8641 FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished CO. Sales & Service by authorized
RENTOn
lives with the seven vitrues FOR SALE OR house. 61-2 miles representative. Contact

'*: -- To A Day of Healthy Fun. This week having been ;, listed in that chapter. Free Estimates Of Build: easy terms, 2 or 3 bedroom W. North of Starke on Hiway 16. ;; John.-Edenfield' 964-

designated by Gov. Bryant as Visitors viewing the paint- ing And Housemoring i houses, also apartments tfchg Rt. 2 Box 93, J. W. Gaskinstfchi 6863, 'or 8t1mlp'8Det. Store,

.. _...._.. ... i i Youth Temperance Educa. ing during the past week in- I H. Nollman] Starke. : 964-2651. % ." tfchg

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; STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 25, 1963 'f: .I,

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i"L" -.. -..-.-,. -... .--. that field last year," pointingto PENTECOSTAL 7:30: p. m. Prayer for. the sick' way you write. Came in and

T I A a pasture field across the 324 W. Brownlee St. at all services! -David T. Mc- select your favorite ESTER-

fence, "and they did good except Ghee, pastor.
. Home 4 on the new land. You Sunday School, 10 a. m. BROOK Fountain Fen. TELE

need plenty of organic mater- :Morning Worship, 11 a. m. THE RIGHT POINT for the GRAPH.
Florida's Barge Canal Is EssentialTo ial in your soil so it won't Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. m.
DemonstrationNotes pack." Prayer Meeting:, Wednesday

State's Future And Nation's Velfare"We G L A S S That's It's Our Glass Business"If We Have It"j


must insist on the develop- Engineers (retired), writing in a re- Let Us j 1 CALL WHITE or VISIT

ment of our waterways if Florida is to cent issue of the Journal of the Florida By Dorothy Ross SAVEYour FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Wi
become a prosperous industrial state. Engineering Society says: "The Cross Home Demonstration AgentWe Jfg SHEA'S GLASS CO.

.| We are blessed by nature' with the Florida Barge Canal is an important, SolesCOURT (

greatest potential of any state, but element in the defense posture of the 6 I (NOT INC.)

our waterways must be brought up to United States; it will provide the miss- are sure you will wantto sive per unit, is more economical I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

'standard widths and depths." ing link to full development of the na try Mrs. C. P. Nazworth's than a large one which We Design Modern Store Fronts

This is the opinion of Henry F. De- tion's inland waterway system; it is recipe for Strawberry Cake leaves left-overs that cannot SHOE REPAIR Just Mail Us A Pattern For

! Bardeleben, prominent shipping officialof the key to an integrated waterways which won second prize in be used economically. Lack of Charley Table Tops

Tampa, writing in a recent issue of system for Florida; it will supply an the Strawberry Dessert COntest proper storage for 10 poundsof 126 North Court St. 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
"Florida Trend" magazine. His, obser- essential element to the industrial development : held recently! in Starke. potatoes, apples or perish- E. Opposite Court House .
Strawberry Cake able products, for instance, .
vations are based on 43 years of ex- of the state and it will in- .
;
Mix together 1 box white may cause a greater loss in Johns"The "
perience in water transportation. sure significant ancillary recreationaland cake mix 3 tablespoons flour, money than the pennies savedat 'I

; The same magazine quotes a Tampa water management benefits." 1 box strawberry jello [dry], the time of the purchase.So time and money that IN THE FEW SECONDS \
banker as saying that "Florida's economics one-half 'package frozen be sure it is cheaper from into
CoL Giles also points out that the goes growing a tobacco -
is being held back by the high barge canal would eliminate the need strawberries [10 oz size], 1 the overall standpoint before crop is heartbreaking.,' IT TAKES YOU ..
cost of transporting bulk commodities. cup salad oil, one-half cup buying the large economy In a few minutes a hail :
for the present 700-mile sea trip >
. open milk, and 4 egg yolks. package.
in the storm make :
In state.spite of these endorsements, around the Florida Keys in order to Blend well. Fold in 4 stiffly Read labels to learn the even can for plug a crop tobacco unfit )! TO READ THIS MESSAGE ... .-' ,

transport expensive and strainsensitive beaten egg whites. Bake in amounts different sizes con- Does your have,I
there is still agency
some opposition to a cross-
Saturn Missiles to the launchingsite two; 9-inch cake pans greased tain and compare the price crop-hail insurance to give:
o. state canal-and understandably so, at Cape iCanavarel. These missilesare and lined with wax paper at per unit before buying. me complete protection I I
since it is not expected that competing too large for highway and railroad 325 degrees for 35 minutes. whether my tobacco crop:

transportation media ,would welcome clearances, and also too large for the Strawberry Blush Frosting is slightly damaged, or en-) &$
barge competition with open arms. Mix well: 1 box lOX con- tirely destroyed?"
limited bridge and lock clearances of
However, most of Florida's business fectioners sugar, onefourthcup I
and political leaders now'openly sup the narrow and shallow Okeechobee soft butter, one-half 10 Charley E. Johns I .:
i( Waterway.The oz. package frozen strawber-
F >
/5
port the This
\ project. support, how-
.ever, has not been loud enough or idea of constructing a water- ries.Frost sides and top of cake, Our Soil Our Strength Agency I gr ee

strong enough to get action in Wash- way across North Central Florida, witha using a teaspoon to make

ington, where construction funds are protected route for shipping, is near- swirls. Use fresh whole straw- Soil Conservation !PHONE 964.0121 I ;
allocated. ly as old as the state itself. The early berries for decoration. 4., Y z

A glimmer of new hope for the Spanish settlers talked about it, and NOTE: 1 and onefourthcups N-E-W-S 131 S. Walnut St. ) ., '

barge canal came recently, however, General Andrew Jackson, who took the fresh strawberries [sliced By Bill Haas : .4
with the announcement by Senator state from Spain in 1818, saw the mili- ] sweetened with 2 table- Soil Conservation Service I '

Spessard Holland that he would ask tary need for a short-cut waterwayacross spoons sugar may be substituted : :
for the package of frozen Cecil Crawford was discussing HOME FREEZER :
, for a million dollars to sfarf'construction the peninsula and never ceasedto berries. different types of pastures a.. 4

: of the canal, and $250,000'to begin urge its construction, even after he Spring Clean-up Chares when he remarked "my OWNERS

I planning the huge Four Rivers Basin became president.By This week, April 21-27, is cows are just wallowing in I ..ALLYOUR VALUABLE
i Buy Guaranteed Plastic ,
' .Flood Control Spring clean-up week. white clover." He went
proejct. These requests 1850, a canal across Florida had Everybody onto
, would be filed as an amendment to a become a part of the War Department'sprogram takes a new lease on say that he believes that I Freezer BagsWHOLESALE : PERSONAL PAPERS
supplemental appropriations bill due for life when Spring rolls around. this> year's clover is the best
and the first were
surveys That lease on life will be more he has had. "I put out lime
l ii consideration in the next few weeks started. It is likely that, but for the certain for you if there's a and fertilize and my pastures COULD GO UP IN SMOKE! :

j by the Senate Appropriations, Com- interruption of the Civil War, such a thorough clean-up around sure show it," says Cecil. 1 :100 ;tx2x8Pint ,

; mittee, of which Sen. Holland Is a mem- canal would have become a reality your home. Roy Starr and E. Robert 100 4x2x12-Quart Better move them to a .low rental safe deposit box tin
ber. Rubbish and trash are highon Seaman made requests for >
along with the transcontinental rail- 50 5x3/2xl4-2-Qt.
It should be out that the the our steel-and-concrete vault, at your earliest ,
! pointed cable. list of fire causes. Why soil and water conservation
road and the Atlantic
f barge canal and the Four- Rivers Flood not take these steps to a fire farm plan on their places. Complete AssortmentOF opportunity! Cost is mere pennies weekly!
Control project (concernjfig the ,Green Florida's business leaders are be- safe home. [1] Get rid of5tacks Roy is putting in Pensasola 250 BAGS

Swamp reservoir) actually complementeach ing alerted to the economic value of of old magazines, rags, Bahia pasture. We discussed Only $3.00
water transportation as never before, and all other clutter; [21] soil conservation work when
other. With construction of the
and Governor Bryant as well as other Check garage and barn for he leaned back against the FREE TWISTEMS
such. flood
canal, many benefits, as state officials, have made recent trips I similar trash; get rid of dead side of his pick-up truck and POSTAGE PREPAIDMail FLORIDA
control, conservation, and recreation, grass and brush around buildings said "You have to put your Check
would result in the 'area- embraced in to appear before Congressional com- ; [3] Get rid of any wood land in good shape if you or

the Four Rivers Basin. mittees in the interest of the project. shavings, oily rags, old paints; want to get results." Using Money Order --

The Cross, State. Barge Canal was Waterways, along with railroads [4J Clean up, oil, and repair soil and water conservation Home Freezer, Till ,; : I :N'.K JtJi.I ST'A; : ItK'.E I :
all, electrical equipment, including land will .__ ___ ,. __ : : .. .
authorized by Congress in 1942. as a and airways, are essential elements of practices on your Bag Co.P. -'
All home appliances: [5,] help keep it in a good pro- .
folfow the national transportation system.
defense measure. It would our One of 31 Banks of the Florida National
InSpeCt[ and clean chimney, ductive condition. 0. Box 8506 Group
will need to expand drasticallyif
old sealevel media
the ship
same route as stoves brooders and heaters. Robert Seaman is going to
canal, on which construction was start- we continue our present growth Try to keep these danger put his land into soil building Jacksonville, Fla. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

ed in 1935, but which was abandonedafter rate of around 3th per cent per annum. spots corrected all year round crops. "I know I will have to I. .
a few months. The ship canal Traffic must be moved at the lowest Let's be safety conscious. build up my land to make it

aroused storms of protest over the possible overall cost to the country. Flower Show produce," he says.

state because of fears that it would Waterways.. provide. the lowest available I Don't forget the Starke The Bradford County Fair
Garden Club Flower Show at District'sfertilizer use-and not nickel wasted! Choose from
bulk commoditiesan Assocition used the When minutes count it can a
cost for slow-moving
Florida's ground .
off peninsular
cut
the Woman's Club Saturdayand distributor to ferti- Crown Extra,Crown,Economy Crown.Each famous
of four mills ton-
water supplies. The barge canal, how- average per Sunday afternoons. lize the fair grounds. The ath-
ever, would be only 12 feet deep and mile against 1.5 cents per ton mile for Do You Save By letic department of Bradford STANDARD STANDS OUT for long-running mileage, dependable performance,

would have a system of locks to raise rail. The consumer public is tie ulti- Purchasing: Economy Size? High School used the distri- top power at its price. So stop at Standard for the

I it above the underlying water table. It mate beneficiary of these savings. Is the large economy pack- butor to fertilize the football Split-second action,blazing go-go-go!That's Dixie's gasoline that fits_your.,..car.Get wide-awake Standard

would actually benefit rather than Aside from the military, industrial, age a savings or a waste? field.Lawrence modern pace of work and play.And you'll keep u. service that helps you make the most of your car

I damage the ground water system by and recreation considerations, each of the This family depends, refrigerator on the size and of Batten and Lonzo when you use today's Standard gasolines, designed and your money.Standard gasolines are the South's

I serving/, as an additional source of replenishment us, as consumers, should be vitally eupboard storage space, fam- Norman distributor used the District'sfertilizer to ferti- for this stop-and-go grind! Whatever car you drive, top-selling favorites. Just one try will tell you why!

according to Army En- interested in construction of the barge ily preference, and cost per lize their permanent pastures.It's there's Standard asoline that gives all the power STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

I gineer reports. canal, and should let our interest be serving all factors determining getting late to put on

The latest in a series of feasibility known where it counts-in Washington. the economy of the food your spring pasture fertilize, "

I studies of the canaKwas authorized by Florida and the nation stand at purchase. but Lonzo says, "Better late

i Congress three years ago, and com- the threshold of a new era of waterway Buying lead to large using more containersmay of an than never"

\, pleted by the Corps of Engineers last expansion and benefits, awaiting only I' expensive item than is necessary The other day I was out in
June. The report showed cost of construction the appropriation of actual construc- simply because a large a field of bahia grass that
Louis Teston had turned and
to be $146.9 million, and ec- tion funds. Letters to Senator Holland amount is at hand.
cut up. "I plan to plant straw-
. onomic benefits exceeding annual costs and other members of Congress, com- The container serving the berry runners here," Louis M

\I by a ratio of 1.17 to 1. Just before adjourning plimenting them on their efforts to family without 1 e f t-overs, said. "We planted runners in
through perhaps more expen-
last fall, Congress appropriated date, and encouraging continued effortin -
$205,000 for revision of plans and learned is to never plant any- frost is past [we hope], we ; ti
specifications, but no funds are yet the future, should go forward with- thing today unless we can are busy pruning our shrubbery .. .f ..

available for construction. out delay from every Floridian interested reach it with a garden hose.I Some, like the "golden ....
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Col. Giles L. Evans Jr., Corps of in the future of his state.Farmer's Watering that way takes a lot. rain tree" and the "coral .
of time but at least you can tree," sent out new shoots -pj ; .;
keep the things alive until and we're cutting the dead

"R .a.I.____''' '._. plants will need rain to get the rains come. wood away. And speaking of
them off to growing. .. I
lowers, Alice has an old wa- .
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Diary And unto we get some rain ter trough with fluffy-ruffle ( / ,
We hear that a rabid 'coon -- "-
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there is the danger of woods petunias in it, and it is as ::/ :
was caught over at Silver[
fires. A big one recently "exploded" pretty as a picture.
Lake last week.'The outbreak
Sam lie .
By Garvey .
north of Gainesvillethat .
in this area is serious and all .
.
burned over 300 acres of Y '
months ago have baked out country people should be on Frequently we hear city Y
timberland, due to the hot
hard as rock, ana Faddle is the lookout for wild animals people fuss about high water q ,j '' y # s6 ?
and dry conditions. .
digging holes all over the that act .suspicious.. .. bills, especially in a time like
place, looking for a moist this when they use a lot of
place to cool his belly. Red kittens, like red pigs, When we first came here water for irrigation of the ..
we were scared to death of '
are popular apparently, for I lawn and shrubbery. An easy wJ
What we need are some the three that our cat had snakes. We still have a strong solution is to move out in h I
1 good showers and cloudy daysto recently will be all taken aversion [to put in mildly] to the country, where for several -
prolong the berry-picking soon. We have only one unspoken the "bad" ones but we've got- hundred dollars they can
Dry is the word for our season, for with plastic mulch for so if you want a ten so,now that Alice remarked have their own private water
neck of the woods today as a the growers can cash in on male red kitten, call Alice. the other night. "There'sa system. Sounds dandy, and it M
real spring drought is burning the pick-your-own demand If black snake out by the cut- iswhen it works. Troubleis .'t'. .

things up. The rub made by the. sun doesn't burn up the The drought is burning up ting bed, but I didn't bother when it doesn't, you haveto
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the car back in that duck- plants and cut production.And kitchen gardens that lack ir- him. fix it.Maybe. Y ,' ,,'_"r+ R
drowning weather we had the newly-set tobacco rigation. One thing we've a
Next development in berry
production we believe will be we're old-fashioned, __
RI a berry-picking machine rig but we still believe that farm .'.

that will carry about six publications should serve the & ( -
needs and interests of farm A
pickers on a moving platform
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
ers. One we see infrequently
A. drawn by a tractor geared R h4J
UI &4v y ESTABLISHED 1879 down for very slow speed. A carries an abusive editorial
O E. L. MATTHEW. EDITOR AND PUBLISHEX number of such rigs have every month against the administration M
C+ Il6 o been developed and are in use in space that STAN DARD
q 0 FLORIDA' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON- in other berry producing a- could be used to help the far-
TINUOUM.Y UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD reas. mer.

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PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED A* SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE This should be an "on" How about the delightfulnews

POST OFFICE AT STARK FLA. UNDER ACT OP MARCH a. is?* season for pecans, and judg- from the White House! pof
the few trees that
ing by we
We presume the stork win be
IN TRADE AREA oftB TEAR $s.50 - SIX :MONTHS 12.00 have, there will be a good able to find his way there in i
if the drought doesn'tupset :
OUTSIDE crop August despite the fact it's
TRADE AREA ONE YEAR 54.00 SIX :MONTHS $2JB it. .
70 since he made his
years
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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY,;APRIL '25," 1963 I
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,-r..y" 'YmYvY'YYyYYYIYTYYvYYYy1ryTyYIn I II week at 8 Adult tickets I Woman's Club brought to this VYTYTYYYYyyyyYYYYTYYY i' -
j p.m. 'l' surprises are on the.entertainment I And Mrs. J. V. Slade. f '
I purchased in advance are 90c. area an outstanding exhibit of and children went to Alachua I Sikes for a few days last week. I

;/'KE YS T 0 N E HIGHLIGHTS 1 I student tickets purchased now I I home talent in their one-day : MELROSE I Jbe50'.agenda.'cents for Admission students and will J! Mrs.and Celestia Mrs.West E. McQuat-of Gainesville Sunday to visit Collie Weeks. Monroe Strickland is living 1

i are 65c. At the door .they will Arts, Crafts and Hobby ; '15'cents for adults. I ters of Lakeland were week- I Jimmy Rye broke his right !1 In the..Tom Fennel house. !

be $1 and 75c respectively. Show, General Chairman Olive I I foot Tuesday of last week and ,Mr,. 'and Mrs. Earl Sikes
By Mary K. Schaeffer : By Mrs.\ Alice Rothhammer Sara Baldwin won second end guestsVof Mr. and Mrs. has it I "
J in a cast.
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and _family of Jacksonville
: The play will be "Cheaper Stevens and her sister I' place i in" the Putnam County Ovid Gano. j .
V by the Dozen," and the cast Mrs. Mabel Husbands as co- YYY..T'Y'T"'TTYT"YTTTTT'Public I' Dress Revue held Thursday Mr. and Mrs i Mrs. Eugene Brantley and : visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer

.aAAAAAA4444AAAAA4AhL. AAAAAALAAAAAJA1A&aiI. I will include Stenna Logsdon: 'chairmen -are to be .complimented Library [t.night at the Civic. Cente, in and children left Lyle Monday Stuart for I i sons and and Mrs. Barbara: Kin- I Sikes o'er.th weekend.t I
zer children of
Melrose
New Slate of Lorraine Dey. Linda Norris. on the splendid array PalatJJa. I t i Harry R. Pierce went to
Officers fire Lake March Jean in-
f grass Silver ; ,i The Ulelrose Public Library Lively was r their home in New York City were in Starke
For Keystone PTA trash fire John Hammond David' Schaeffer. John Allen 'ot exhibits. Many exhibitors stalled delegate of the 4-H Wednesday.. Bartow over the weekend
I 124. will hold open house Friday as after a visit with Mr. and Mr. and I
The Keyston :.Heights PTA 27, Spring Lake. ; Jim McMurtry. Roberta Sib- : had items in several categories. i County Council Mrs. Ercell. Sapp Nancy accompanied her bro-
? ; March April 26, from 3 til 5 p.m. I. V folowing the Mrs. John Strawn. !I and children visited
Mrs. I.
held the shortest jneeting' ley Carol Gardner, Julia Ann : .Some placed their handi- 1 ther back to Grandin. She returned -
:Fox. Muir and McGlave revue.
on i Many posters will be submit- Mr. and Mrs. Richard ,. D. in >
Sapp Trenton last week-
-record V Nelson, Sylvia Ricks! Richard : work on sale for the benefit 1 to Bartow Monday
Thursday evening, to Margaret Slafe
Apr. were appointed investigate I ted by Melrose school stud- Melrose F- Cuave of Mulberry spent the
I Mooneyham Lamar Hill. Billy of the Club Building Fund. with Harry T. Pierce. .
21. In the ; : FA I end.Mrs.
cafetorium. five Sweetheart
insurance coverage on entered the
weekend
ents with the. theme. of National with Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Gornto and chilI I
Carnes, and Bob Jackson. i A dgorprizea silver tea- On Sunday Mrs. Lucille
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Nominating Committte. nonactivemembera and to Library Week for the County Sweetheart contest -.. Jack Miller.
with Mrs. .,tlm; Muir as check on medical: bills for outsiders More People Will set, donated by Mrs. Stevens ':'Poster Contest. "Those attendIng in Palatka Friday. Her I i iI dren of Grandin and Sharron :: Terry of Putnam Hall, Jackie
: Their Eyes ,to Bank was won by Mrs- Arthur I Miller of Florahome spent Lawson of Keystone. Marie
chairman presented\ the slate -up to .$250, -injuredat I i open house will vote for drawing skill and pantomime I
I Keystone Heights Lionsi Manering. METHODIST Sunday afternoon at Vela no ;( Hutson of Grandin and Mar-
sta CHURCIMELROSE
of officers for .tl hr following on. i the winner. Posters will be, act did not take first place. I Beach.
i Club Eyebank Chairman Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs.C. MHS I I guerite Quiqilano of Jackson-
year. They were unanimous- Bennett and Young will attend i displayed: out of doors. clothes I Lunchroom' Manager, '
ly elected, as' follows: President -i Scuba Diving School on ,1 George! Schaeffer. has been L. Sipe. Mrs. .George Mc- .L line fashion. Mrs. Maude Comer, spent the Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, Mrs. Ethel Brockman returned ville went to the Palatka

Billy Wolfe; Vice President Wednesday nights at Jacksonville i working on eye wills, and has DoneJl, Mrs. W. R. Campbell i i' Boo'ks and articles' written 1 weekend at the State School Pasiori home last week after Horseman's Club on Sunday.
i added the following to Mrs. John Karges. and Mrs.J. visiting Otis Brockman in : Marie and Marguerite parti-
Mrs. Margaret Andrew- YMCA as previously authorized names ,bj Melrose authors including Food. Service Convention in :i Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
sen; Secretary Mrs. Mary K. :: 'tho the cost is now his list of donors: Airs. Ma- A. Williams displayed rugs Stephen Sashoff Fred C. t: Miami. V Worship' 11 a. In. Tallahassee, and Mr. and !I cipated in the arena races.

Schaeffer; and Treasurer.Mrs. $15, and not $10. ,Both will ,thilda F. Whitehead Mrs. Iris they had made. Abell Dr. James B. Lackey : The Mustang V track team Mrs. Richard Brockman and |I PAEAN BAPTIST CHUliCH
I i R. Bennett, Edwin Treat Ben Mrs. Ruth Lott, Mrs. C. H. i children in Lake City. |
Lena Clemen,. undergo physical examinations Mrs. James B. Lackey, Dr. : won second place in the River- GRANDIN, FLA..
In the absence of the President I before leaving. nett and the entire Chiappini Newman, Mrs. W. R- Campbell John Webb. and Dr. James : land Conference meet held TRINITY EPISCOPAL Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sear-i
family; Frances Chiappini.and Mrs. Sara McDonald. H. ,I :, I CHURCH MELROSE gent and children went to St. '!
and the Vice President, i Sunderland was appointed R. Neale will be on display. i Friday at the University of I Rev. Paul Travis Pastor
? .Phillip Knuth the school I chairman of a committee to Heidi Lee, Francis D.. Tomme, and Axel' Malmgren. 4 An: exhibit of from Florida. :! I Augustine Beach last Friday. i

principal presided. I arrange for a eafood partyon : .MiUmm, H. David Nicholas, had paintings on display. i.,II'all over the world.spoons owned by Duplicate Bridge I Holy.Days 10 a. ns., Holy They left Monday to return' Sunday School, 10 a.m.

Officers will be installed Saturday, April 27, On j I C. Robin Mark Phelps. and i Mrs. Ward A. Bessette. Mrs. .:: Dr.. H. M. Full will be i, Winners of the Melrose.i -Sundays 10 a. m- Church I to Monticello, N. Y. after Morning Worship. 11 ajn.

the third Thutsday evening in"May. I motion of Gardner, secondedby I Lily Maren Chiappini. Also i Elva Scott. and Mrs. H. L- shown.. { Duplicate Bridge Club for last I School. 11:45 a. m. Morning I II spending some time with Mrs. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
t Chiapini's mother, Mrs. Ownbey displayed their ceramic -I!I Prayer :and Sermon First : 7:30 In
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Williams, the ladies *re Mrs. Refreshments will be ; week include the following: ( I Sophie Schneble. > Evening worship, : p.
Lillian Phelps.: Barry Wyman work. A ceramic demonstration I! serv- V Sunday, Holy Communion]. f Meeting Wed
Cancer Midweek Prayer
a Drive ActivitiesCIoe invited at a cost of $1.50 I ed out of doors with..rthe Library Mrs. Mary Cookand Miss Iva ,I I Ray Walters of Wisconsin''
This Week each'Ther mption; was carried and Mrs. Joann Wyman\ added was given by Ward : Board as hostesses. Mrs. I Hillyer, first pla'ce; Mrs. Roland -'I'p.m. Episcopal Young Church- ,II visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer nesday, 7:30: p.m.I .

Varied activities this wek over the opposing votes of their names to the list Bessette and his daughter i I I J. Strawn V and Mrs.. E. H. Bryan and Mrs. W. H. I men. V

will wind up the '1983 Cancer McGlave. Beam. 'Bennett, and Monday evening. Penney. 1 I Bartlett will V Davie second place: Mrs. Wal- CommunionThe -

Drive with Mrs. ':Clancy Hendry :' .M.uJiUioXer.. ".. .' '.. 'nVe.I'.pity. themwh& Horsey Hpme Is SceneOf Mrs. Anna James, Mrs. A.I i Kindergarten pour. V V ter J. Grohck and Miss Sallie Rev. Lee W. Heaton, Health Facts
'I Vicar.
as
diy; evening there,was a pub. Sorry, fellows but we haveto On Easter Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Margaret Howe Mrs. C. 'i for early registration i for the I Mrs. Gilbert Allen. Jr... and EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!

lie meeting at' the Clay Electric -. .do something to check on Mrs. Clyde Hersey entertained L. Sipe. and Mrs. Mabel Husbands -I I fall term at Faith Presbyter- Mrs. Albert Spires, fourth i fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY*
with a covered-dish lunch- displayed their anti- I I I Smith M. D. writing in the
conference room with Dr. whether or not people are 1 a n Church Kindergarten. I place. Kendrick

Sarah Lou .Wells on hand to reading the pa per, [\ : eon at their home to mark i I ques.Mrs. :' Parents may register their Boy Scouts GRANDIN New York Medical Journal reported the

< J.answer. questions. Druggist Bill ,I Chief Fox called attentionto I the home-coming of their John Bird. Mrs. C. V. four and five ,year .pld at 9 Melrose Boy Scout Troop following case!

Belote is having a Coffee I the fact that members i daughter Mrs. Margaret Bran- Brust, Mrs.. David Nelson,\ am. Information be secured 109.. accompanied by Gbnn 11 "The most 'severe case of kidney pain l
may. I By Charleyene BrantleyMr. t
Day today with all proceeds have been admitting non-j I nen, her husband. Sgt- David Mrs. Herman Schroeder, Mrs. at that time. Rothhammer, Harry Jackson, i which it has been the fortune of this
-from- coffee sales- td "go to members and leavingthem i Brannen and their small son, John Beidler, Mrs. F. W. Tol- : and Oscar Baldwin visited ..9.Y ...........Y.9.' I I
!
Methodist Church dozen
; II writer to attended by a
fund David Jr. Mrs. Brannen her les, Mr. and Mrs. A.:A. Brain- j I see, one
the Cancer Drive : It's to enjoy the recreation Troop 80 of Gainesville at the I Ii Dr Boiiine er
A ham supper will be held and Mrs. Robert Mar-: members of the staff of a great Boston I
son. and her sister-in-law, ard. Mr. and Mrs. J. O.. Hanson I i I
lot too late for to drop On the doors j Club Thursday evening.
occasion
you room. ; I May 3 from 5 to 7 at the i Bats unani-
Betty Brannen, will be making Mrs. J. A. Williams, and, p.m. I I, tin and children of Gaines-;1 hospital, where surgery was the j
hy Bill's for a nlght-c p. cup have been left open. and un Methodist educational building They were. given a tour of.
of coffee. authorized persons found uSing their home in Keystone I Mrs Olive Stevens had their for the MYF fund. Plates the facilities of Boy's Club by I i ville, and Mrs. Barbara Kelly_, mous advice after exhausting all other regular pro- ,'

Tomorrow evening, the the rooms. Heights for the coming year | various collections on display ; will cost 75 cents for children ;i Barney Garwood, physical director and children of Nahunta, Ga. ; ceedures >vas cured instantly by spinal adjustment of"

'Keystone Heights Junior and Ths practice will. be. dis! : while Sgt. Brannen is on assignment Beautiful handwork had (j and $1.25 for adults. Take- of the club, and were were Saturday visitors of Mr. ( the 9th dorsal vertabra which was out of position.

and Senior Woman's Clubs I continued.t I I in Korea with the been done by Mrs. Margue-i| home plates will be 10 cents allowed to play some of the and Mrs. Ercell Sapp and ( Spinal adjustments often' prevent surgery and restore ,

'** 'the Rotaria RotaqAnns,1: t Speed limit on' the fire I United States Army. Guests rite Grennan, Mrs. Beatrice extra. ,I, games there. This program I I family. i I health after every thing else has failed.

the Lions Club arid' Lions'" wiv: 1, trucks was placed at 55 mph 1: included Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Schroeder. Mrs. George Mc- I School News i was provided" courtesy of the Ella
Join DeWitt Hersey and son of Donell. Mrs.; Nelle Grayson, i i I Mrs. Behsario quietly i I DR. H. G, BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
'es111 all fprces to spon- except for the present woods,I I "The Royal Nonesuch" will Director of Gainesville Boy'sClub. celebrated her 83rd
Keystone; Mr. and Mrs. Donald MrsGertrude Christoffers, V 1 birthday I 426 N. Walnut St. Phone 964-2881 Starke Fla.
sor a cook-out 'at the public] truck which was limited to I | be presented Friday evening ,
beach. Proceeds all to 50 I Hersey of Palatka; Mr. Mrs. Exa Manering Mrs. Lu-I Personals ,on Sunday. We wish her many j i
go to mph. :
!I April 26. at the Episcopal;
I and Mrs. Willie Hersey, The- theria Horsfall, Mrs. Albert ; more.Mr. V Insurance. Cases. Accented
..the Cancer Fund. Paul Smy- I Clean-up committee names, : Parish House at 7:30.: The < Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stuart and and Mrs. J. C. Weeks "

-,sor is donating use of the I are posted in the recreation; ressa; Elbert and Daley Her- Holt, Mrs. F. C. Koons, and i program, which is planned for i, children .'of New York. City I .__

beach. You will, have your I rooms and the members are I I sey of Keystone; and Mary Mrs. McIntyre of Interlachen.i adults as well as children, i Mr. and :Mrs. William C. -

choice of a fish plate for $1.1' requested to note the dates Douglas of Lake Butler. AU Mrs. Rose Reynolds hadj I will be sponsored by the An- I Strawn of Gainesville Mrs. I
I I were served luncheon on the samples of her flower arrangements -,
dr: a hamburger plate for 75c. they: are" assigned-' I nual Staff, a literary group.I Eileen Brand of Gainesville KEystONE HEIGHTS --MELROSE

:rOn Saturday morning.: Mrs. The meeting was adjourned I front lawn.Afternoon. j 1"Dancing to the live band I j Larry :Strawn students of the

Charles Wallenius will organize I at 9:45: p.m. I guests included Mrs. James Cook and Mrs. i which was such, a hit a.t the i'I University of Florida, Miss

... a group of teen-agers to Troop 105 Scouts I Mrs. Jackie Hersey and son, I A. J. Manering presided at I I recent Variety Show, a giant I Ira Hillyer and Mrs.' A. V. .

conduct a Road Block, .on the }
children. : I ._
:i'four intersection' ry Hinson and. four Mrs. Francis Egan was irji( I .
:sides; of the" Last Friday, Saturday, and j Mrs; J. W.. Strawn Saturday. ... .. V 7
Jtf' SR 100 and SR 21. This i, Sunday marked two days and : The younger children were charge of publicity. Mrs :I f' Lt. Cmdr. Babington and
final : : entertained with an Easter : George M. Schaeffer made I in ths educational build : _IF '1 -
the and -
.will be fund-raising two nights of camping for 28 I II I children of Melbourne
;activity. Any* teenager who boys from Troop 105 of Keystone :i Egg hunt and everyone had the announcement posters I ing. This will be the annual ,: Tommy Babington of the University :, APPLIANCES i INSURANCE T
meeting and .-Mrs.- Charles RESTAURANTS \
would like to assist Mrs. Va11nIus Heights. I I a lovely time. seen around town.Refreshments V Florida. were recent I i

may call her at 3-4192. ,i The Campout was held at I I Women Golfers\ were served : Wallenius the chairmen president.. t 1 f guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid 'V" Murrhee Insurance THEKeystone .
would like all to 'T Service Center
"Or else Just report at 9 aun... ; the Scout campsite on Crystal ; To Host Palatka during the viewing. |:, Gario and daughter Melissa.

kSaturday? : April 27, at the !I Lake. Six patrols competed in !I On Monday, April 22 members -I It is unfortunate indeed'' have written, reports to go on (I I. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Wood-, ,I J. R. THIES, Proprietor AgencyGeneral Heights
Of officers
Road Block. j hikecraft, campcraft.. cook- i of the Woman's Golf Association that anyone at all, missed this record. Election ard and family and Mr. and Authorized Motorola Philco Insurance Restaurant ,
I played their second exhibit. As one member said, i ii i will take place< and ,following V I "
"Keystone Firemen craft. and working patrol organization. ; Mrs. Willis Chesser were 1 I Sales and Service Fire" Casualty Bond
:
I 'i I adjournment, Mrs. A. CHo1t. i
Plan Seafood Party The Hawk Patrol I matches in Championship i it reminded her of an exclus'I'j'I' Nelson guests at a cookout at the Service On AU Makes Allied' Line* ; Under New 31anagpmfnt .j
assisted by lo.IrsDavM I
Keystone Heights' Volunteer with Danny Hinck as leader I I Flight. Pansy Hawes defeated ive Fifth Avenue J home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. TV RADIO STEREO Heights Tel. 413.4

Fire Department met f'qr their I came in first. Second in line Gena Christoffers after playIng City shop. Mrs. Stevens would I will,, ..condl1ct.Candle; : Hag glund Jr. Wednesday Work Guaranteed-TV RentahKeystone {Ieystone 851 Specializing In f

n' 20 holes. They were tied like to have another showingat light Service and receptionfor I i Blue Plates with
regular business meeting was the Cherokee Patrol, led :, night. Heights, 473-1651 JEWELERV
ursday evening. ,April\ 2.1 i by Timmy, Hickman. on the 18th, and had to play I II a future date. j 1 new members of the circles -I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mc- : V iI! Fresh VegetablesOPEN "

14 **with President Charlie Tol- I Sunday morning worship I 1 two more holes to determine Another Chicken Supper ', for the past year. 'A social 'I I Guire and sons spent Saturday -' I

rd presiding. Chief Fox has : service 'was ,conduCted by Rev.t the wloper. Freda Wyman For Masonic Fund I hour with refreshments with Mr. and Mrs. L. T.I AUTO SERVICE_ Keystone Jewelers I 6 .\, M.-10 t P. 31. ilon.-ThHW. ,

reported the following fires: 'J.:: R. Smith pastor of the beat Mary Brokas, and Pansy I' On May 4, the Masonic will follow. William's I Campbell and children at :t "lJl. and Gift ShopA I OPEN:; 6 A. 'M. til MidnltcFrl. ..
and Freda must play a match Hall will be the scene of another i! News From St. I !i Terrell'sGulf .
... rl\rch 2. I. B. Williamson, ; First Baptist Church of Keystone j Tampa. .
The Steak Supper sponsored -' V I ., Sat.. Sun.
1. Su I
... -March 21. grass fire!. %t, Ieyf -; HeightsV I sometime before May I I Fried Chicken Dinner, George Wodey spent Thursday Nice Selection Of .< -)-4At
f Dwyer defeated Faye Mangel, .. prepared and served by the by the Catholic Club on ServiceNew the stoplite Keystone Hgts.
::;tone settlement; March 24, Scoutmaster Barry Wyman i i, in Charlotte N. C. ; I Wedding 1< Gifts i!
i while Zee Tolles and Erma ;; ladies of the Estrellita Club. Saturday evening April 20, of Haines ,
IN" extends thanks and apprecia.tion .I I Margaret Olson &: Used Tires *
1 Rushton have yet to play their for the benefit of the Masonic was a success.. and. those. who I Sterling
to the following fathers : : visited her grandparents, V
= IS YOUR ESTATE I ire.. City : From $3.00 Up All Sizes
I nine-hole worked so hard gratefulto Greeting Cards
.match. The group Fund. Donations
PROGRAM 1 ue TO DATE!V who made this campout a Building : Dr. and Mrs. John Webb. i I:i Lubrication Batteries Acces Lake Brooklyn

:: ASK YOUR (f.ULF LIFEMAN success: William Beam, Dennis :qualified for the nine-hole I will, be L25 pert plate. serv"j!l all in attendance, On Sunday '! Thomas H. Berry who is I If OPEN ,7 A. M. 7:30: P. M. Miljie & Wallio MuhlhoferExpert I
DeWitt Charles TOlford .championship on Monday of ing time 5::3()- till '7p.m.On in thanking everyone workin'ron a doctorate degree Restaurant
-- I Keystone Heights 434279 Watch
.. FOR TIIIS FREL8EItVICE 1 Gene Williams and Lewis. this week. : May 30 a family din- Father Dougherty expressed i I in bio-chemistrY at the Univ-I' Repairs I II
.. Muir. On Thursday April 23, the ner of the members of Mel- his gratitude to "our cousinsof ersity of'Florida: was initiated I Certified Watchmaker STEAKS CHOPS
.... Women's Association of St. .Anne's" who let St.William's .. AUTO STORE 473-4177 i %
I Heights
V Golf rose Masonic Lodge Keystone Delta, an'' Keystone Seafoods Orders Go
L. R. BRAULT I Junior Class Play into Gamma Sigma To
their
== VI. Keystone Heights Country Chapter"OES 279, and Estrel- use dishes, etc.
r, I.Friday and Saturday. V : honorary research society I Ii
I
Club will be host to theWomen's lita Club will be held at 6:30p. : The Altar Society met on i at dinner held I II Western MILL WORK OPEN
The junior Class of Keystone I Friday night a Auto
:; PRONE, 4U4 151: Golf Association of Hall. April 18 in the RecreationHall. l.I
the Masonic
High School .will present -. m. at at.the Holiday, Inn in Gaines- 7 Days 6' A. M. till Mldnlto
:3jifi Hiway 21 Keystone: Ueighti their Class Play on Friday Palatka. Over 40 women are : Masons wfll\ provide the meat:. Officers for the coming vile.I I: Associate Store Keystone

....,. and Saturday of this expected to take part in this Chapter members the salads; ,I year were elected. They will I Mrs. Kenneth Griffith is I 1-( Mi. N. of Stoplite

.,- event. Estreilitas desserts. ||i be. Mrs. Mildred Sutton, President I. Appliances Major Small
-- and I l' I home after a brief stay in the i or Millwork ShopCABINETS eystone Height
V The WGA is having a flag On May 7, the regular ; Mrs. Frances' Kromer, 1! Alachua General Hospital. :i I* Auto ,Accessories!!: Tires, l V -I

w I tournament for all members meeting of OES will be held vice president: Mrs. Helen Mrs. Florence Jackson of Batteries. DOORS r,

: on April 28, and plans are in the Masonic Temple at 8 I II '.I Wallace, secretary; and treasurer : Gainesville visited friends in Sporting Goods Bicycles. WINDOW FRAMES. i i' REAL ESTATE

;w under way for the Men's Club !I p.m. There will be a special Bee Cooper, will serve 'Melrose Saturday. I Hardware, Paints, Garden SCREENS -
ME '
; Championship to be. held in program for mothers. Mrs.]'I another year. I Mr. and Mrs. George D. !, Supplies. i Trim Material

"HOLD IT May. Irene Williams is chairman of!,. Mass on Sunday April 28,i of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ;
.i- Price are the parents a Sash Made To Order C. J. Pete O'Connor
at 10 Mass on
will be ajn.
V Special Meeting: hostesses in May. I l j son, William Sheldon, born ,
Of Woman's Club Set At the April. 16 meeting the V I II Sunday,. May. 5, will be at "I Thursday, April 18, in the I Keystone Heights 473-4285 REALTOR

Members of the Keystonet I Chapter officers especially I i 8:30: a.m., and every Sunday
1\IAC.
., Alachua General Hospital. Electrical Contractors REAL ESTATE
t Heights Woman's Club have : honored District 8, Grand Instructor ,- thereafter through May, June. i i Col. G. S. Price is the paternal I, NURSERY V

all received notices of a special -I Mrs. Geneva Land'1.I July, August. September, and 1 grandfather. i I r. ; MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

I'VE! : GOT meeting being called by I I [Jonil ia a special salute. October, Mass will be, at 8:30: 1: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Samson :[Jackson Electric Co.
a.m. In November it will a- !Keystone e Heights Tel. 473-4297
.
Mrs. Fern Hanson at the I Mrs. Beatrice Schr leder. P of Largo spent three days Clemens Nursery .
... : f gain revert tOVlO ajn. So remember ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR ..,hi
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I Community Church educational : M. and secretary. and Mrs.' | with Mr. and :Mrs. M. V. Sam i r 1 "
I 30 at :2 : Eisenacher P. M. the summer schedule 'House Wiring, Electric Range Wjnifred H.CRAWFORD
THREE building on April ; Ernestine I recently! .
: VIIZ: son I ,
begins SunJay May 5. and Water Heater Repairs citrus trees $2.50 t1.9'>
% I- pon, Purpose of the meeting I and Chaplain, gave interesting Rev. Alfred B. Vaught VISited 1
.a- Vt 4a t will be to discuss the building reports of the-- Grand Chapter f Personal Xot '! ,,1 rlls uncle and aunt, Mr. (I General Electric Repair Work some in fruit Canned or Bare V I

!" plans of the new club house.J. I held in Jacksonville, April Miss Katherine Lochon Is recently Call "Toby" For All Your root Broker
: ACES. TOO and! Mrs. Ray Birt Beg. Real Estate
I the'house guest of Mrs Nelle I' Electrical Needs ..
P. Stevens. the architect! ,11-5' ; : V .r:
John Brownlee of Omaha
Azaleas 3 for
Liko
51.00 to $1.00
1 ea. Properties Acreage
Keystone
I Grayson onV Brooklyn Bay Heights Ph: 473-4973:
:
will be on hand to answer Community Church News j Neb. visited friends in Melrose t
"i J:" ..,' I V V #Biaches Business City
Hillcrest ,
V 100
"questions, Every member has I The 17th Annual Meeting Circle. V t Thursday. Hiway at
EV& 'Mrs. Katheryn Kehoe spent I Homes( ::HentsJ
been urged to attend. of the United Churchwomen Mrs. Paley Boyd spent the 3>/ Miles East of
Easter Weekend in New Orleans FARM SUPPLIES "We 'Tak. Personal InUrtrtIn
All Club memberspartic- of Florida will be held at Easter Holiday with her son .A

ularly officers and chairmentake West Palm BeaCh on )lay 21. with, friends] from Baton W. P. Boyd Jr., in Panama Keystone Heights V Tour Req1.11rem.nu-

That is, just". as easy '.with a canasta V notice: May 14 is the 22. and 23. About '10 or 12'i Rouge, La. The Kehoes and i, SALE .,,;. Midway; Keystone Helgfeti jf

't ,' date of the last business meetIng | members of the Community, V the Andersons were friends in t City.Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Fisk Jr. C. & L. Feed Co. Camelias Azaleas- Dogv V JJelro&eI :

: : deck as using\our drive-in service,, \YJien : of the club for 1962-63 Church Women including the 1: New Bern, N. C., where they I and children of Gainesville wood Box Wood j I
fthfal' 21-Opeu SundaysUR
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I 1! all lived and Mrs. Kehoe C. 3!. BURKHALTER
Annual reports will l be William Walz I JR.
VI season. President. Mrs. spent Saturday with his father I Quality Nursery stock 1
given In writing for the rec C. Holt and past hadn't seen her,friends for 15 ; FEEDS I II i .4ft 6-'JI
Airs: A :
hair is pinned have 'the ,f : V Roy Fisk. 1 I r
your
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up qr you *
V' -- ord. Meeting. to start at 2 p. i president of Florida Fellow- ;years. They stayed at the : Jeff Miller and a group of i, FERTILIZERS Latchstring NurseryMember ,

(, m., with the Executive Board ship' of Community Churchwomen same hotel and enjoyed "do- his friends spent Saturday in j,f*.. FARMERS HARDWARE F. N. G. A. :S. E. McKay, Realtor:

: children: to watch use this convenient meeting at 1 pm immediately -(: Mrs. David Ne1sonVs ing" the town. I Green Cove Springs celebrating -! Earletoni Melrose GR 5-5475

*l V i -before.May28 i I well as other delegates to benamed Miss Gladys Tillis has been V his ninth birthday. I i TeL Melne GU 5-5163 I IT Lots-hake Lilly '$5500.

senlce.. V is the date of the V later, will attend. in Memphis Tenn. where she I MrsDavid Boggs and I CITRUS IN CO 'T.\lStas r Terms 16 Lots Sonwt LaliU .

i"AnnualGarden Party. at t I| Mrs A. C- Holt will entertain '1 bowled ln the, Woaen'a! International daughter of South Carolina, $1.50 Td 93.00 1 $2773. Terms Invetm.tVVraet.

which new officers will be i, the Community Church Bowling Congress V Mrs. George :Thigpen of East FLORIST f large enough for txvtnl Iota -
of Camelliwfrom
Plenty Blooming
:formally installed. President- i Women: Executive Board and Tournament. She went with Palatka, Mrs. J. V. Ford of I i:, acre:** to wide andy teach.

; elect. Mrs. John Bird. will be |! the Bible chairman at lunch I a grouo of Gainesville ladies, Palatka and Mrs. Douglas'I SOc$ up. Rare Camellias:: Use fpr_ rerreat wt>il held-

hostess.. assisted by ,Mrs., Bert !I I eon following the 10:30.: meet. api oddly, .enoush..she bowled I Weddle and son of East Pal-V"; Edna Williams grafted !.50 op. Plenty at i{'ing for 1n\"t tJDtilt. E-Z, Terms.

I'Christoffers. Sr. trig at her home Lake Gej with a team from !Minnesota I, Evergreens and Landscape : 2 BK CB furai<
eu P.D.L cZ KEYSTONE HEIGHT* I i on: I I atka spent Wednesday withi bede4ff'age on'lut1fuI
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The party will te at the j; neva April 29. !.[I Enroute-home she stopped in I i Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. ,I FLOBLST NURSERY I Plants Lake f Itt6JUsGCtt6&1 .

I V, 3frd home. V On May 6. at 7:30 p.m.. the I I Pensacola to take part in' the... I Mr. and. Mrs. Ross Bass i I FwwIV Ii i let urf Iind.vaperOOf; homq. I ltl' "
State Tournament. V i .':
On April 17. at the Masonic Community Church Women I I ', and children spent the weekend i For AH Occasions 10. C. CARNES NURSERY
Susie Belote rush- I Oivray 100 23 mL E. of Start* Kto"llo s Heights. ..na.I
Hall, the Keystone Heights will hold : their last monthly I I Miss was with their parents. Mr. Iwelrosd! Phone: OP. 5-2331 I .

t_ I meeting of the current sea-j l i (Continued on Next Page) I and Mrs C. L. Bass and Mr;r j t at FfonUteme, Ph. 694-5665 V I 4 ; .11

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TKUHSDAY. APRIL 25. 1963 BRADFORD_COCNTT TELEGRAPH_, STARKE, FLORIDA PACE_FltVEX

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I Clean 22S.Weiley. cult Court on or before the 20 or either of you. may h:.\ ot a-
Ii i ":. J!. ?. ? ? (T '.T!!Y!!'YT'.r : visitors witl, us who haven't'' will start Monday night at Y l.J. '" Cub Paid for Cioo4.; 1 I jRan. Thomas.: I day of May, 1S65; otherwise thai gdinft the estate of Jon; .s M.

\ I been wish .us for. awhile All 7:30.: with Rev. E. L. Fewoxof ; .. '4 $****' 9' Wool AH Petitioners. allegation,. of said Complaint mhh1t'"t'itMd., late of said

KEYSTONEHIQM'LIGHT5 CLAY HILL are welcome and. are invited. I Collins Road, Jacksonville B BRO'OKER: ", Cotton Brio' t. T teiraph.riWQ Pearl .Janet. Thomas Ilamm. I I I you.will lie taken t'as. confessed' by ,, County to County.the County Florida JuJg, at ofBradford

back. again.' : in the pulpit.. Lavon Crosby ,, lterpfll.nt ,. 'Titus notice han be published his ufflrv in the t.'tourt house of

I tly Mrs. J., L. .Strickland The Vacation Bible School will have charge .of the ..songsefyjce. NOTICE TO APPEAR ouce each week' for four cojise- said County at Starke, Florida,
,. # By Shirley GreentAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlfAAA (CITY 0* STARKK.} FLORIDA entire wepks in the BRADFORD i within fix calendar months
.. .., .. i Clinic was held'at'( t Cedar } Everyone i?. invited: Of I4ID TO: Pearl Janet TbnmasJJal1)i -
'.....AA.AaaAAa..aAA.Quincy NOTICE DKLIVHI General Delivery JackMmviUe COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Haltd from the time: of the first pub
Creek, M.ohday, April 3?. fnyn9ao to attend these ,services, Special ( RNT TA-NfilpLE PEUSQXALPROPERTY Duval County. Florida, ,., I thi! 16 day of April.I lication'! "f rh hc notice.. Earb"la
Godwin and wife : until 5:30.: Ties clinics singers i are invited .and TAEpl4vi4&Ihy You are hereby notified that ': 1963.: I I ) i in or d i.miin [Prom I
Proceeding PagJ ? Mr and Mrs. Darrie CarterOf .0\11 Chapter r' 207%. a Miit fur Ciisi'fxJr of a minor CHARLES A. DARBY. writing antI shall state the
who live in. Lake City came are, very edUQatnal 1 and & may contact avon on arrival Lake City,.Mrs. Laura Mes- Af jI of -IMt N"t:"e in hereby ItUd ,I" been) filed against you : Clerk of the ,Circuit Court. ; place of residemt and post of-

erj to the Medical 'Center in iq the Highland hurCh Sunday .- .i great b.elp tq a 1, especially < Th meeting will vf ose Sunday ssx. and Sam' Floyd ol Jack- '11(ky'n t't tf\ngil.le p"rsunl in the ahtiv named Court and I Iy. Janet X Carter, : fire ad.hpi: the claimant. ,

Gainesville 1 last Thursday. : morning and, visited with aU who'do thi. ; 1..:.'-* n* .-?rk, May 1, with dinner served sonvtlle, ani Leona Brown., r nroner ar T"!fi!t3T pr e"* apsfssfrt unw delinquent for the cause t'n'eit".anil copy\ju i>t are your required"answer or I;, ( ) Deputy u'lerfc.SF.AL .: claimant an.l still her ine agent sworn her to attorney J>y she,

Ioeto midnight, for an, apperdctomy. .Quincy .biother-in-law. and pr any work: f t.:1J in at the noo iour. and daughter of Starke'visited : and bepinin? AnHi it 1955. suoh pleading to the complaint 01) i !-: 4t ;-9. ',I,: and anV such r'ainr!
) ..On Friday morn- sister }r. and Mrs.. M. T.Knight the. religlpus, wtgory. This will be Homecoming Mrs: Mamie .Hodges fix* s>re' dr\wg' int."8t nf the' J'lai1tiff'sttorney Grees I ,' not "I f4tr-1 =Hai; be void
recently. "". n." f Pfl't'tTlnnttJ o'us iv Tim coritT OF 1'nr. '.ml11 t.u.Jt
!Il i"
1 f Green .Starke. Florida and
Igthe.. irreprossible Susie I for a few minutes The Associatiohal Sunday ; Day and aU mcmiiefs and '"J. E.: Townsend spent Easter nronnrton cnsi of puhHhng : lt','lht original in th.office of .i ('O'- T}' Jl (t:. U U A Hl"OhiI !, As. exi'i-inriK of the. LakSt Witl

was. up. 'ajid" around, and. as. '(I Sunday morning, as they were School meet1n will be held'at : Iprn\er m nitier? of the church i: Sunday with his daughters .1"nOt..,.: 1TIp..q' fhl IImnnnt! I the t'ierk of the Circuit Court ': ) COIATY. FLORIDA. and Te'bini': t nf Junius 'M

jur daughter says, you can't passing through visiting other Highland 'Chur h on May : will be recognized during the Q.t oT>nsitp ewfA *! lIft1P. below i o lor Iipfnre th, 20 day of May.19fo : iv PRO* .\'n. : Smith Uft.vatK'd.
Kay. and Julie Townsend in''fompana 0. n*!$ bfo i". th* let of 1hv. : ; otla-rxviyp the allegations i iovsaidComi In re: F.slate'ot !'! First publication Apr.l t!,
keep. Susie down! relatives in different parts of 20 at 7 p.m. All're welcome. :; .a tfrn Special recognition ,i' Beach. ;, x n K laint will ke taken | Junius :M. Smith Deceased. ., 1953.LA2ONRY..

Young Frank Tolford is the country.. Quincy looks the to this' meeting. j wiU be given to the oldest Mr. ,and Mrs Art Quicksall "'.1 .t1'f'ron: 4irPetIne t! bvv : as fttnfes&ed I,y you. j jTtiis ; 'r.11 Creditors ..el Prrsu'us DELL. GRAHXM,
at 'I ;, "n"" tt. "'r"r" o t tngihie notice shall he published Ilntine Claims ..r .mnndu WILLCOX & BARBpR,
sporting a bandaged. wrist : same as he did several years The Highland Baptist; rn1ers. A shQrt memoriallsrVice : j (
,
.m and children: visited Six Gun j I naqnpl prnDt of 11I tax oni-e each week for four i>i>nsicwtlve .- A"II IDiot Saul Estates Attorneys for Executrix
.school .these days, having t i I ago when we saw 'hIm last is i' Church will" have a baptismal 11( ,for our beloved dea i iwill I: Territory near Ocala last !: flvru 'r-r n*''M t't'n: :I- week in the BRADFORD i iCOUXT.Y I You and each of you are heret PO. Box 13tlaneisville. 4

broken it during physical edu- ,, still a Godwin hasn't lost any service for j all of the candi] alsg be held. Everyone Sunday. j tAe ti".' .*i'H""ql ef\"tq th. TKLF.GRAPIf. I by notified' to pres-ent anyclaims Florida
!'f't"'f o.t'.11"I1p"t TArqrn1.Trri'tV Datl'd'thi l 16 day of April < : and demands which you i-t t.1It: 5-9 .
cation class, attempting high : weight, doesn't look any old- this"chl May' lias to attend :
dates of on. a cordial invitation : Lowell Douglas of Oaines-! ,t"T ppr. II nd thft. JS63. .
jumps. er-well, he is the same old 12 at 3 p.m.' There are seyeral' all" these meetings. i vte is spending this. week 'II ..:".. .I'. ." ,.; \;.,, !., : CIJARLHS A. DARBY. 1 -

We have the utmost sympathy -: Quincy! Come and visit again,. candidates in waiting at the Personals t'). "ott, of II rlv 'tt6f"p' ard Ihe "I Cleric of the Circuit Court. ,;
I I with h.is mother. Mi's. IvaPQtfglas .\t'. are as follows' i By Janet .V. Carter
for the Cromer family but stay longer the next time! tim added : Crosby is spending I
present Three were Mrs. C.' C. ,between semesters '. 'f T"t'l I IRp Deputy Clerk. STARKEBUSINESS
and the Turner family who I One day. last week this. ; to this list Sunday eve- *a few days with her soninlaw from the fl"'cr. -.-_ $4 85 'I ($flA1.' : '
University of Florida. ,
,"n..1.. ". Bias _______ 71 1 1P I' C-9
live on Peach Street on either cook-writer I m was in the ning. Lord wonderfully and daughter, Mr. and nn 1'418'H I
I ::1 j The j I| )tr. and Mrs. ,iU JJinton 1'J.JP Vq '' ____ JS! !I
side of. the. new. fire siren.mis kitchen very busy cooking,: blessing us by bringing our : Mrs. Otis Crawford, of Jack"son and daughters of New Orleans .. 'tPl( e-. Snti'nly' ._ififi 09 I IV. COUNTY JI'DCE'S, 'ornl' DIRECTORY 11I

is the new auxiliary siren -I when she heard some one I Ii : young peopli into His' fold. i! ille. Mrs. Crawford' is La. II I ,;kieq .ri'i tatInn----- 7.Q4"n.ri. I iv AMI FOCOIXTY nn.\VFOUD I I
ill"l were guests of Mr. .. I
'( F:1f'i.U.42 FLORIDA. :
installed because some of i knocking at the front door. May He continue to pour out j I and we wish her a speedy and Mrs. Earl! Green and c nn\'y I'rt S\109 _.:. _.' 1 Jl sRvjpr In re: Rotate of i I lI

the firemen in our neighbor- i t She. made a mad dash for the His blessings upon us by i I. covery. : family over the weekend. | n". "ft' n..n shop 2 72 : N.V.. Manxell.] doc.XOTICK I I

hood couldnt hear the siren front part of the house but bringing in the older ones as I I Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Dickens I John is JfJ TT'\1tol."itery Shop .t.U'r4's i TO CREDITORS VUTO) REPAIRS \UTO( SERVICE .1
: Green spending ; ( "f\ ,-_.-- ___...._ 4f.p1 \ All .creditors of the estate of -
at night. They do not have I .as, the kitchenS one of these well as our Juniors and In I and Mrs. Eva Markham were ;! this week with Fred Bennett I' ( Q :4"I1 __ .____ ___ j II! I _'. W. Mansell, deceased, are '

that trouble now. This one can ; old fashioned kitchens which : termediates. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. p.i.. n" e. ._. _-.. 4.8E hereby notified and rcquirpd tn 'arl a Carne Gardners
'
and
i in ,Miami l. will also visit
,
I t' .':"V'thI OJT--IS .. ":.s4uiAi.s fi t' any claims or demands .
blast them out of their beds. is built "a fur piece" from the s The time of the evening serI I and| Mrs Pat Dickens of Rai- i other friends in South Flor- 4>o 9ft ( ro.__,_.___a.fl which they tasjr have against !I ALLONDS or : Service"E'J'f

We wonder if it couldn't be :, house, she had a good long vices at the Highland Church 1 1'has. i ford. ida. I Ii nr<>,''' FIIPI' _. 7.88PuH ssAid. fF ate' in the office of the Itrro UKP'tlR WORK Gulf
sort of toned down just ateeny. 1 i S;:"vvVi*, S.r>thin' ,__::_ 15.43 county jadee of Bradford ( I
i .lIIn-
dash to make to get to the A
: been, change. Training: R v and Mrs, C. .. Crosby All Work Guaranteed
S4
I Mechanical
i i Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thom- <,1' rv. S'Itln i ._ __. 12.42 : ty. Florida: in the courthou' 1iee
weeny bit? ;,, door. By the time she got to i I Union 6:30: -and worship services -'werp visaing .then- son and i I as, entertained witfi a going- !i'i' .Se'vi" S+a4Ion------- 12.42p. ut P t\Jrke. Florida within six I Phone 969- 9" General) Repairs -- Automatic

"Out of the Frying Pan. the living room the front door : at 7:30.: .,It seems all for- family. Mr. aII"1". ?ilyCrosby \ party lor and | .. < 'fl1jv".Ifl .. !t.ot ca.-ndar laonllis from the il.ite I
j away, Mr- Mrs. ,
.
and into the Fire" might not j ft.'fL Houston .___ 15.45 of tiie" first publication) of this opened and Rey. George 1 time 'for Train- in Jacksonville Tues
?et when the ,; Allen Wilson and family of rstfis: : Jwkini Florist ._ 1.82 notI'e. Erjch claim! or demand I I.
be an apt phrase, but on last Chism and a strange man ; ing Union is through, and but : :' Gainesville, who are moving|j ji A. U. Johnson & Son Gro.. 3S.18 must l>e in writing and must : \ SKKVIC'E GULF PRODUCTS,
morning. Mrs. Lena day.Mr. U J. Kite ___ _. 33.63M. : Mate the place or residence an.l I _
Thursday
|, walked in. Our better half 1 fe.w find th? :ay0 the i aniMrs.. Rudolph Sapp ;i to. Santa .Cruz. Calif.and A. Lawson 37.72U'nc post-office add-t-is tlr the elansuTht : TIRES BATTERIES
Clemens and Mrs. Mat Schaf- was on the couch had been for this service. for Albany, : Gilbert S. Browninndard Cor. Temple Rt. 16 Staike
church Mt Wednesday' Miss Joanne. Wait .from Alexandria !: !? CMj; Drive-in. hO.. 3.35 and must be IHHlrQ to bj' I & .
fer. were relieved. of their. duties asleep -< and was just raising i It seems that quite afniled fe s Ga. after spending several Va. Those attending'' \'Ilnfl'C. rv -. ..__!_ 4.85M. ', the claimant l bis agent, or his Oil Service Station; PhONE 984-6:81
president and sect etarv. I .. ;. >fcMUDan ___ 1MKI .: attornoy. or it will et'ome"old. I _-u__ -- -
as and wanted to know what
up : to find their wav tq day .here with .their parents, :
Mr. and
were Mrs, R. G. i wi8 JJ.ann .. 12.4,2 : arciirdinj to law. ATLAS
respectively of the st. Wil was wrong. The strange nun : the clvch for Sunday School ;11'. and( Mvs. Lloyd Padgett, Thomas and. family, Mr and. 'Vfastpr's El.ptrioal Per.__ 6..36J April itth. 1903I.TJWIS I FLORIST I'

!liam's Ala\ SpeHy\ ,.hen new proved to be Mr. Stalders] j '*% We had just, 55 present, : and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp. i Mrs. Howard Wait and -I ew MothW Cleaners '_ 30.60 M. AYRR.Administrator fIRESTTEUE$ I : ---4.
daughter Xorth'Florida Supply ._ 36.36 of the Jo state I
officers were rlftH. nut their photographer and writer from I I Wonder where the others Ruldoph left from Albany last lildgPL .rmsRos.d Service Colonial Florist
of ,Gapesville and Mrs. : Tester PrcN'att ___ 46.05 wf N.v.. Mangel!, dec
rfllf'ase3 shl t-1i\'C'd. On, th" Jacksonville Times-Union, :i were. ? ThP Beginners won the i Friday for six months in New : Hazel YYoodin of Tulsa, Okla. : Pyrofax Gas Co:__ _'...__.. 3960 Fiiet publication on April Phon" 964-7071 HAS NEW OWNERS
I .
Thursday even'n?. thv werr wanting to get Jim, take himto banner with a grade of 80 Guinea. I ; Carl Hitch ? 27.57 Ifth. 1955.ThOMAS * I Mr, and .Mr C.,H. Layfieldof P.est. b,; B, T. Thomas & PIERCE Dot Bagwell, Mgr ,
elected treasurer and saCI'tary '- La'vtey. and have his picture ; per cent. Let's try to do better I Mr.. and. Mrs. Homer Stearnsof I Gainesville'entertained at i Trypk Stop: __ ,. 15.45 Attorneys-at-Law FRESH FLOWERS

respectively. of the PTA made with, another good- next Sunday. The "Eastsr Tavares, and'Mrs. M. Hub- : their home with ;' Rus"es Place .. 6.C6 2oNorth Temple Service & D
a birthday 5inW. n ,Bike Shop .__1.8S Starke. Florida MEMBER F. T.
And they call Keystone looking woman Mrs. Easter I Slump" should be off by that bard, and Mrs. Walter Jenkins dinner Sunday honoring her I Southeastern Tank Service .4.03 : 4-1S 4t 59NOTICE

Heights the "vacation spot!" WilkinsonOf course she is time and all can surely be i and children .of Winter' parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Standard Truck Stop --.88 Auto Sales I Flowers Wired World :}"c
_____ I Starke Phone 964-91
voting enough to be goo} look- bark bv then. I Garden were Sunday guests i Mott. Those attending were :.I ftarke Starke Dry Recap Cleaners Co ... ". 40.30 13.93 10 (I.F" %I RambU. -Safe* 4 -nlw I -

ST. ANNE'S EPISCOI'ALcuUEcu ingjust 105 years old! Jim. Sorry all of our news is of of Mr.. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. Mr. and JSxs. J. R. Mott and :I Tenneco' Oil Co. __ 4.89 lCIIICllT TOIID COt \TY COVRT., FLOIUDAt BRAI1-I i GENERAL REPA1RINOy LANDSCAPING ;

; Aunt East, and Brother the Highland people. The Clay I We regret'to learn of the ; sons. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar i D.: B.: Thomas___ _4.85TryMeCafe ICIIAXCEHY.. Ca e No. 1 I ,

Summer Schedule: 8 a. m. George were all photographed 1 Hill folks just failed us again I death of Rev. L. G. Hemingway -: Wilkerson and son of Lake I,I AjmetU, U. Tucker__. 3.33 3.60 i: ::9.John International Lifetime i WE SPECIALIZE INLA4NDSCAPING
Vincent Mufflers
service fach. Sunday morning. I and were in the Saturday I' and we cannot help ourselves. -' of Starke. He was one of I City! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sim- 'I S T'nity,& M Cafe What-A-_..}.:...? ..-__-__ 41.96:3.33 : MKnney.Plaintiff.. FIRESTONE I I *

edition of the Times-Union, You know can not the oldest ministers in the urgpr. vs.Cal'Je I
First Sunday. Holy Eucharist, I wf mons, and Mrs. Brooks Perry- : Ida >tae WlIUai __ 3.33) nrea. Ba tterie,. Acc'ssorle> I! AND NURSERY
Oth Sundays Also the history of the found- I i write unless Vo'e have a few New River Association, and I II man.. I Madie! \Viltiams ....... 1.8? : McKinney.Defendant..
9:30: a. m. r Private and Commercial
528 S. Walnut 964-1881
ing of the Highland Church placesor had pastored of the !I II Williams Jewelry -. -_ '_ 15.45 i .
thoughts names, many
Morning Prayer and ermon, ,! I Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- Yellow Bowl _. _. _. 3.33 : OTICE TlPPER : Property.
; and Jim as first pastor of the i I i SOMETHING to write about. I Baptist Churches in this area. I I : TO: Cnllie lrcKinnt'fit. 1. Box
more and Signed. :MEKULLL
to 5 daughter of Savannah EDWARDSTax removal
Daily office: 8:30: a.m. -I I 13?. Lutz: Florida. Also expert tree and
!I church; "Aunt East" as one As always, we need help! : He was loved by all who knew 'I Ga...were Easter weekend Collector i You are hereby notified that I HursfsI j I Trimming.

pm.Holy of the charter members, and him. Our sympathy is extended guests of Mr. City of Starke. Florida I auit for Divorce has been I Service Station I
Eucharist. Wednesday parents, j i It 4-25 I :Your Satisfaction <7.arantwl.j .
vyyyyyycYYUYYVVV i I ; filed npainst you: in the ab.ovenamed .
i George as the present pastor., : to his family
and Mrs. A. L. G 'een.
i ,
10 a.m. Court and cause and you 1 SLVCLAIR-
i This was really a good pic- I Sympathy is also extended : I Pl'DLlCOTICE ); of i Tri CountyDevelopment '.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. are required to serve a ropy i Gas Oils Lubrication :
i:; ture of them. especially of i i i, to the Whitehead family in PUBLIC NOTICE IS IIEREBK your answer or pleading to the
BAITIST Hiway i .
F1KST i:' ; Bayless ,. Patty and Billy :Mr. ,and : GIVEN THAT: WIIERliAS. complaint on the Plaintiffs; At- : Goodyear Tires & Batteries : Co.
Aunt East. May these three loss of Mrs. Whitehead'smother '
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS |; i the Mrs.. Stanley Green, Mrs. :. a majority o{ the Board of toj-hey Lex Green, Starke. Florida ROAD SERVICE
live to praise the Lord, and{ Mrs. 0. Dobbs and Louise Wood were dinner County Commissioners of Brad I and file the original in the .' lake Butler HY '(MSS
]
J R. Smith, pastor. Ralph |! work for Him. After all of the l\y Ulrs. O. E. Crosby to Leona Moody in the loss ; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester -! ford County, Florida, deem it i offif-c. of the Clerk of the Cir- 708 Walnut Starke 964-611[
t. uroeMary to erect, furnish and _
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Copeland. Minister of Music ;! taking Bro. George husband. Troy Dukes. .---- ---- 1 :
picture '4AALAA.1AAAAAAAA.&LLI.. :i of her Hardee Sr. in Jacksonville : equip a n w Bradford County r .J

and church 7 organist.Services1 brought Jim home and ate ; I: Mr and Mra. Henry Howard Sunday.J. Court House:
Church News I :The puoiic i is invited to at- Now all that at Chevrolet dealer! I
Sunday Bchooi : dinner with us, or at least hej t ''of Jacksonville were" visitingMr. E. Townsend visited his' teuci and be beard upon buohquestion see new your

9:45: a. m. Morning WorshirJ0:50 learned how "poor folks" live' We had a wonderful attend- : and Mrs, T. N. Norman mother Mrs. Lola Townsend, at the next regular

: .. m, Training Union% : Come again. Brother George. j I ance at both services last Sunday atl' \1wn. and aunt. Mrs. Bonnie Mansfield meeting of said Hoard a: tne I I bucket-seat that
I County Court House in. Starke, Try out all the things these a car can give any family more
7:00:: : P-: m. Evening servIced We may fin-j a few bites of Sunday, and 11 new memberswere We were sorry to learn of i in Wauch 1 Florida A
and also i. commencing ,at, 9:30 Chevrolet Super Sports have going for run for its money,(gives you a break n.
'Yoiiare"jnvited to' to offer; added by baptism at the He .. M. on ..May Hh 1 ,
8'00 p m. some kind of food the, death of Elmer .sto1 e Mr. and \ rs. T. T. Gutheryand 190S, at which '
time nnal action will be taken I f kxtra-cost options Jike 4speedtimhcons upkeep too): the turbo-supercharg
evening ,
bour.
of ,
fhare aaily P* ver time wit jou again! : was the b "Oth l'-in-Iaw family
in Bartow '
over
> the id Board said
y
-si
upon ;
ui Joseph [Mann] Griffis. who :: The auxiliaries of the, : Lloyd and Everett Padgett,:. the weekend. ju.jst5on.( Ploase govern yourtvelt high-performance engines, rear-engine Comir Monza Spydjerfnice,

,, has been on the sick list for : church held their regular and Mrs. Orine Cowart. ?lr. and Mrs.. Guy Willing- accordingly.! Posfcaction axle,tachometers, the works ,huh?); and finally, the sports car that'

TilE BIGHT POINT for the ;, sometime, was able to fce with monthly meetings Monday 'M l' s. Susie Lilliebridges, h'an and. daughter. -Janine, : In This weekly notice) issues aha 11 be uf published Br df!rd .-and your decision won't be whether inspired them all. Corvette. ,

way JCa write. Come in and us again in church services I II It night with 48 present. Refreshments ;; and MrsClarence Andreu of!I of ',Boston Spa, N. Y., have', County Telegraph! a duly qualified but uikich. Chances are you've got your Sup r

elect your ,favorite ESTER. I j Sunday night. Of course his i were served following :' Panama. City .were visiting j I been, vjaiUng her, parents, Mr. : Bradford newiiiaper Coasty. Florida published, comnjftnctog in- i There's the Jet-smooth Chevrolet Sport picked'out already If not, sorrie'
:
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE.G1t4F11. : wife was with him. We had I the business sessions. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae. and Mrs. Sam Smith, for two: MarcL 28 1943. i Impala SS with all the luxury you could warm spring weather,a country road and
and IDon't forget the Revival and BOARD OF COUNTY COM- f
other .members night 1
several i last Wednesday weeks.
Mr. :
Williryrham is ser. aU reasonable dealer! will eIP
-. -- MISSJON'ERH' OK BKAD. \| reasonably want, at a your friendly CheyrpH
Thurs-
Mrs. T. N. Norman on i iI
-1 - 1g"wlfh the U.S. Navy.. f OIlt> COUNTY FLOflIT1A. I Chevrolet the II Nova 400 decide for 1V'l
: day. I! A. L. Green 'u. I price; Chevy you "
:I Ie camp h9me I By .. C. PREVATT. '
AR3c amt Mrs. Neal Brous- Tuesday after being, a ,patIent : '
Chairman
u'left'Wednesday for Boyl- in Alachua 'Ge er II Hospital l !, ?--.s 5; 4-?_ CHEVROLET CHEVY II CORVAIR CORVETTE :

ston. Mass. after spending ten':: m Gainesville for six, days. ; ;
I days here .with her parents, .IX THE COURT OF TilE COt'NTI .r4f '
H. underwent lastThursday
jflameless surgery. ;,, .. J l' D G E.- BHADFOHD .
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. ; '
('O\'_ TY. FtcuupA.. i.\ PROBATE -
Mr. and Mrs. Nookie Nor- 's gt. and Mrs. Lester' Hardee i ; '
( .In Vr"Estate ofVied. p
man are building a new home J>. of Atlanta, 6a.w'erf! Weekend -l\ F. Snip, Deceased., : ,

next to his parents, Mr. and guestsof. the W E.! Big- 'fQ AU CreVUors Oil Pfrsoju.Having \ 4f

Norman. Welcome .Claim* or UrmaodaAgalnat ,
Mrs- Levy ;;, ham Jr. family.
is the BIG DIFFERED I Said Estate
< to the community. .. Mrs. c, H Layfield anddaughter Youand each ol you are sL I { 4 fr
,' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman ko4 to -
of Gainesville. were fftVf :'notified reiuir
prf>i>ent any claims and demands
and Mr and Mrs. Gordon
visiting Mr. and Mrs. NC..
nldch! you or either of you. p ;
inWATER ELECTRIC Jones Wfe'visiting Mrs. Mott Monday. may have against the estate of
7 'I '
*, NonnajVs. mother Mrs. Rachel'Greene. Mrs. T. "W. Markey. Mrs. Fred F Stump, deceased, late
or said County, to the County
'
: In Brboker Sunday I JI. E. Stokes and daughter. Judge of Bradford County,

HEATING"FLAMELESS" afternoon. We are glad to report Ruby Mrs.. 'Mattie Davis\ Mrs' :, Florida at his office in the1 I ..
I! that Mrs. Green is feelIng \- court house of said County at
: Mattie' Swell, ,Mr. and airs i j jPob Starke, Florida, within six "T"
better at this writing. Thomas, and Mr and : calendar months from the time

We are glad to note that" Ittl. "Tim Thomas attended'services !: (.r the first publication of ,this J' 1
means CLEANER COOLER demand
', S Mrs. Ella is much improved motive. EAch clan or !
Haislop
Uriion
.i u i FASTER SAFER. More a million Florida :: at .Church near ?hal he' in writing and shall L
tjian '
: at this time. Heilbronn Springs Sunday. stale the place of residence and ,

: families have "svfitched" to electric water heat- Bob Carraway of Jackson- Miss Shirley Green was a I post office address of the claimJ J
I and rhill be sworn to by i
t ing. It's the only really modern way for a dependable : ville was visiting his brother- :, pati1, }. Alachua Genera. ;, the ant claimant; his agent, attorn
":.' of hot in i inlaw'and Mr. and i" and claim or demand I 4iJr
supply water a hurry with never sister. Spit for feverai days re- ; ey. any sue ;

$ P a worry. No flame, no fumes..nosoQty, grimy : !Irs. R;. J. .Crosby) Sunday, af- #*. '; underwent "an op- i not Evelyn so .filed Stump shall b Griffin* void., \f., .I

-,. by-products of combustion to soil walls and i iternoon. e ation $h her Jet 'hartd. I Lillian Stump ,

furnishings. The whole house stays cleaner and \II I Visiting Mk Mae 'Hods- As Will Exeeutriccs and Testament of the of Fred Last '

I, f recently were Mrs.. Janie I F; StumP. deceased.
c r cooler. Completely,automatic and safe as a light IV THU CIItCl'IY CQCRT OP ie5t I April 11,
I publication
Minnie First
and .
Waters Miss .
:. : bulb. It's cheaper too. TilE EIGHTH. JUDICIAL CUt'Tfl" 1SSS.
\ ( OF ?'ri.otuiU AND Meek of W or t bingroIspringS J I I 4-11 4t -2
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY I ii
:Mjs. 'Rhonda Parker I
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J 13-223. '' ,and Harvard Parker of .Jacksonville -I i\' 'THEciRcrrr COCHT OP _
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Vincent' Joseph Soengler* !, and Mr. and Mrs. A} :, THE EIGHTH OP FI.ORIQA..JVDICIALCIHCtIT ; INI I ID I S. 11. .'

FEI p .n-PUlattM. Divorce ,:.J\n; .ar Archer. .\* FOil BRADFORD COLe. : > :

'4t' .4- Flora E.tel\e)\ SpengWr, Club News TV. I.V CIU CEBr. I IIn -. : 1"1
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4 k $* v Defendant.OT1CE Th Brpoker .Gar4en Club EmanneJ-. re: Petition Xik Kldndes.AMKDKn of : 4I

-' F '> 'roPPE.R .met recently w tl2Q J1e}- TkOTICK OF + :l I "
I
t \ bers present. The highlight of ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
: IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF i TO Mrs.- Kor* Clark KlondeaOneral I .-
yot ; Iz KU>BID.V'TO;. Flora ,E-- the evening was "Parade of 'Delivery. Ludoyid.

telle SpengUr, whose: f IdeIC6is ; Original Easter Hats" made u..irgla _
: : care Mrs. ,A3 Sanford. You Are Hereby Notified that 1- ; r
THE FLAMIELlaja\YAY Route :. H&ttlecoure. )lt$- ;,:.by. each lady. Prjzes w.re aw'ardid I; a. petition baa bft Wa t. 1M
% : first prize to Mrs.'Ann court by Emanuel .
styled
ELECTRIC heat fe' t al d In a11'ippl : bOn : :
100% surrounded by insulation. yOu ar* hereby notified that I. .Starling and second :, ;ICK Klondee ,for the adoption -. 4 3 I Hl4 :
_: Therefor.. water heats faster... 1 suit far divorce rind other i i frt Utiab Sears BurcH, lr. a It"
: relief has been filed against you "prize, to Mrs. Loretta .Jones m-ntih by = aid petitioner. and -

'j'.B I i&b stays hot longer. 'in {he p.boy, nadQour; and Also a surprise party.was given i >'uu are required to 't'rYe'.a r : .. .
,. .' eebY required of Ollt .Anfcwer of OV- -
I cause and you .are f-npy T
Edwards
I' {or Mrs. Lucy why said ,, .4.
V to cerre a 'opt.:of your jftflion$ is>; chew taus II
VA.t. EI: answer or other pleading to the newly elected presIdent, celebrating -, petition nhoald not be granted
eanplaint' pUtaUlTB attor- her birthday. in the attorney for petitioner +-
I ney, Theron A. Jawn Jr, whose j Thomas & Pierce. : 3-205 North
iii mailing address is: poet Office : Mrs., Grace Bigham ,and I TetnfiJc Avenue. Starke Florida. >

Drawr 340. Sark*, Florid; aid|lfrs. Louise Wood. served re- i and file the original in the of-
I
Incut on a Super-Fast,Suiter-Safe Flamel Electric file tkt original thereof! in the 'freshments of Wrthday i cake fire of the Clerk of tbe Circuit 9th, '
office bf Lh. C erly of the Circuit t Court OB <>r before, May
Water Heater for Precious Peace of Mind. cHart on or before tbe Stli and. punch. 19M. '

K.qtdtea ,Jf Fue> It'. Flameless. Tuck it 4Ay4t- May, IS?. If yoa faA to The next regular r-meeting- Hereto" Fall ot or a entered decree '-

Away Anywhere. and Forget it! : 40' a4 th. aUsatIOa ,411 w4i ; will 'be 'held the. seconl Monday !! pro eonfeso will .4. 1. I
"f .' complaint will fee taken U f OAfessed ag.aln't you.
,. i and 2dpcreepro night 'iI. May. Witll..JIII njr hard and the
THE PLAME.TYPK I, by you S
See tkt !ounLc iquan or counter-top :modtl hmcan't b. completely WAVRLAME ; -.t.$... .*ate-ri Asain4t "QU The' reg1aX 'monthly ''busi-! .at of ,aid .court ia of iztarke AprU.1J55 ,. : ...
n + : for tke rtUf pwnded, in the Florida, this. CUI day :1':
.,. at jrovr; tiff trie applianct' dtakr- .sealed in..is wasted up fluas 1 courplamt.: l tness mefting ,of the UmeDeioi1sttathrn -

*. plumbing or tlettrital cqaJfraad? and. vent' \:1 rhiia I upttf e- t h11-, be published .Club WM h.eld !, THARLKS A> Clerk A. of DABBT.the said All Super port emtfahU In bob cmpe and cmttertKU awd, '
.one* t tK .vr j el fOr four conee- '
,.. : ?U\t\"t'' u4ics In th Bradford | recently: at the .CommunityCenter Circuit 'Court.'' (Super Sport and Spyda ttpufani optimal et crtra cost) :
.4- County Trterraj>1 a newspaper with, thjp president, By: Virginia F. Darby, I

I I f.J 'J : vf geafraJ : t See four dealer's1.
lfJtlil Fll.. t THOMAS puma
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'>: .1 .!.!. : said DONE Coun.tr AXD and ORDERED State. this | "nhi' pagers was hostess:' i !U3-65 North T npl Avenue a--, ._ ,- .____mmmmmm' _. .__....... ..>T r--i**mm*mmm.. ,.. _.-f -

t ..Irs CHCAPER.lOO. @ \! Sth'day of April., lStt.fM&i1Lna :! for the meeting. ,StUb Florida.
;! _. A. DARBT, I Attorneys for Petitioner
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FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY I', la Florida.and lor Bradford County. I (aE.th'&s, OF 1. "'THE. .' _TO"nr.FEXO !' GATEWAY

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ryy''VyyyvyyyyyyyyyV,[ Frank Wolfred, Mrs. Marklee Public Library are available with her father, J. J. Bran- O. J. Anders the first of the L l tin and son of Starke were week here with her parents i Mrs. Walter Withey of High

Norman, Mrs Martin Mosher -I and books which may not be nen, and her brother Raleigh week.Mr. I Friday evening guests of Mr. t Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Conner. Springs.Mrs. .

HAMPTONBy I and: Mrs. Frank Clark. I on hand each trip may be or- Brannen. II and Mrs. C. L. Boddenof RAIFORD and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. While here she visited her Michael Dobbs and

It's Library Week- dered for the next visit here. The three children of Mr. Callahan visited 'Mr. and : Mr. and Mrs. L. J. MikellJr. grandparents, the Jim Con- children spent Sunday with

Get a Rood and Read! j They're here for the asking and Mrs. Vernon Slade of I Mrs. B. E. Reddish Sunday.Mr. I _.-----_____--p-p and sons were Saturday ners. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Airs. D. E. Hill With this week set aside !I and as the national slogan Starke spent the weekend' and Mrs. J. O. Pons and I evening guests of Mr. and j Friends of the Elmer Wallace I W. Wilkinson.Rev. .

WYVYyYyvyyyyyyyyvyyyMonday's .I as National Library Week,J goes: "Wake up and read! It's here with their grandparents, family of Tallahassee spent : Mr. and Mrs. Orin ReddishSr. Mrs. Earl Dobbs. family will regret to W. Oakley headmaster -

Hampton residents are reminded -'1 National Library Week!" Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade. the weekend .with the family.Mr. : spent Sunday and Mon- Mr. and Mrs. John Gordonof learn that his mother is ill in of Mountain State Schoolat
I
: Cancer Drive of the opportunity to i Mrs. W.n. Hammond i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythand and Mrs. F. L. Roberts I day in Jacksonville as guestsof Wesconnett, and Mrs. Bell Lake Shore Hospital in Lake Alderman, W. Va., and

Netted $50 in Hampton II use the Tri-County Bookmobile i.I.i Dies in Palatka I Mrs. Ina Knight visited : of Jacksonville were visiting their daughter Mrs. Dewitt Addison, Mrs. Alma Johns I Rev. Douglas King, and Rev.

\ More than $50 was collected i library service, here this I II Mrs. Mildred Cleo Varnes I with the Truby Green family Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye Crews, and family. and sister, Bulah Denmark, of I City.Mrs.. Julian Dobbs and little Malcolm Tompkins of Orlando -

in the house-to-house crusade -i I Friday morning, as it is every I Hammond. 51, daughter of at Raiford Sunday afternoon. and family over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs of Gainesville Jacksonville were Saturday I I daughter visited Mr. and were Tuesday guests of the

for the American Cancer I I second and fouth Friday I Mr. and Mrs. Billie Varnes of I and Mrs. Frank Cruce was a recent guest of guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. i Mrs. Warren Downing and latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. .

Society here Monday night,. throughout the year. The I Hampton, died in Palatka on'! ..y.VVYTTTYVVYTyYYYYYILAVTEY and Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tompkins and other friends. family in Live Oak a few days W. Tompkins.

considerably more than last Bookmobile makes its sched- Monday. April 15. I visited Mr. and Mrs. Conner. While here they attened the I i the first of the week. Rev. Fleming Tompkins of

year'>> drive. uled stop at Hampton Elemen- Funeral services were held I % George Griffis and family in Our community was sad- Dobbs funeral.Mr. Mrs. Sammy KeUy Mrs. Stat sboro. Ga. stopped by

With workers reporting tary School at 11:15 a. m. in Columbia, S. C. Survivors, Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. dened last Thursday by the and Mrs. Earl Dobbs I Ada Kelly and Mrs. Bell McCormick i I Monday noon to visit his parents -
from the city of Hampton, besides her here, include Oscar Carter and sudden death of Mrs. E. W.
every second and fourth Friday parents By Enza BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj Mrs. Alpha]. had as Sunday guests their were business visitors Mr. and
and Hampton Lake, collections her husband Wade H. granddaughter Brenda Sue Dobbs. Our I He enroute to
and books are availableto ; deepest sympathygoes children, Mr. and Mrs. How-!I to Starke Wednesday. Mrs. Tompkins. was
came to $50.97 Monday two Mrs. Betty and Mrs. Lois Carter were out to the entire to conduct
the general public as wellas daughters family. ard Register and children of Kelly and Mrs. McCormick St. Augustine a

night. Canisters for additional to students and teachers Jean Keefe Mrs. Mildred Revival To Begin visiting Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mrs. L. B. Wade was a Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald stayed for a longer visit. week's revival. Dr. G. E.

contributions have been placed -I at the school. Clare Rivers, Columbia, S. C.' Revival services will be heldat Aguair in Jacksonville Sun- business visitor to Jacksonville Griffis and children of Mr. and Mrs. Giles Tompkins -I Hodges, deceased, was to

\ in the three stores in I I As in a regular library the two sons Wade Jr., Columbia, the First Baptist Churchon day afternoon.Mr. Wednesday. While there she Raiford Mr. and Mrs. Roy and children of Jacksonville have preached this revival

Hampton and will be there I books are checked out by library S. C.; Joseph, Palatka; two May 2, 3, and 4 at 8 p.m. I and Mrs. W. F. Moore visited her daughter, Mrs. Clemons Jr. of Heilbronn j were Sunday evening

through Tuesday, Apr. 30. Mrs. I' cards, and these maybe sisters, Mrs. C. Wheeler, and Rev. Roy Mallard of Perry and children were Sunday Harvey Lenox, and family.Mr. Springs and Mrs. Percy Ca- guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. I
D": ?E. Hill served as chairman Mrs. J. T. Carter, Jackson- guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
obtained at time
ofcthe any by will conduct the meetings and Mrs. Warren son Mrs. Wayne Jones and Tompkins.Mr. THE RIGHT POINT for the
drive for the Hampton ville Willard Varnes Andrews and children and I
brother
applying at the Bookmobile. ; a welcome.
I Everyone Bloodsworth attended the children of Jacksonville and and Mrs. L. B. Wade write. Come In and
areat--. :and assisting were Mrs. Facilities of the Gainesville of Columbia, S. C.; and 10 Church Societies Jimmie Moore in Wildwood.Mr. Brannen reunion at Mount Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Coop I I had as Sunday guests their select way you your favorite ESTER-

fir. grandchildren.Local The Methodist WSCS met and Mrs. Carol Starlingof Zion [Swift Creek Church er and daughters of Starke. I children, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey -I] BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
Teen-Agers Pierce spent the weekend.
Tuesday night of last week last Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Joe Knight and little I Lenox and daughter of GRAPH.
'! A' Gas Genie Attend CAP Bivouac with his parents, Mr. and "
says: with Mrs. Orville Bumgarner. and Mrs. George Mar- son of Cedar Key spent this Jacksonville, and Mr. and -
I Several teen-agers from the Mrs. G. W. Roberts presentedthe Mrs. Jesse Starling. Mr. and

Hampton area, members of second chapter of the Mrs. J. D. Starling of Mac- .

THOSE I the Keystone Squadron of the current study book, followedby clenny were Sunday visitors.

i Civil Air Patrol attended the comments by the hostess. Louie Lee Wainwright Jr.

C WHO I ,bivouas at Keystone Airpark" Mrs. Sidney Hansen was of Tallahassee visited Mr. and AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYlIotorcycIesScoot I

I Saturday and Sunday. < hostess to the Baptist WMU Mrs. H. C. Wainwright over

: ; 4 :!; In addition to their train- Tuesday night, Apr. 16. Mrs- the weekend.Mr. .

./ KNOWUSE 'ing and camping program, George L. Shuford led the : and Mrs. Donnie Knight

!r they directed traffic at the discussion of the first chapterin and children visited Mrs

i parachute training drop stag- the new mission study Knight's brother-in-law and Auto Electric ServiceAutomotive Automatic TransmissionsONE FARM & INDUSTRIAL ers

; : ed by the Florida Army Reservists book. The next meeting will sister, Mr. and Mrs. Byron I I II

Did you know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants in the i Sunday at the Keystone be held at the church on May Register of Dinsmore spent,. Electric I Central Tractor Co. Streit's Bicycle Shop

I :UnIted States use gas for cooking Why is gas their choice? I Airpark. 7. Sunday with her son-in-law Service DAY SERVICE i FCRD TRACTORSFord Cushman & Vespa Scooters
I Attending the CAP bivouac I Mrs. Bobby Dyal, Mrs. V. R. and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
: ef who for food know Farming; Implements
)rh are responsible preparing good Duratl BSA-Zundapp
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from here were Barbara Johnson Reddish, and Mrs. Sidney Leslie Phillips, and son. ALL MAKE5-REPAffi Agricultural Industrial
i -
'that'''' gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearance I Pat Haley, Wendy Hill, Hansen attended the WMU Mr. and Mrs. Tex Wilson Repairs Our Specialty AND EXCHANGE Complete Service & Parts Dept. :Motorcycles-Sales & Service

ill foods! and they know it's faster, cleaner, more dependable Billy Meng Carlton Meng, Associational meeting at the and daughters spent part of Starters Generators Ignition Good Used Equipment SCHWINN BICYCLES

'and more economical. Isn't it logical that yen should switch I Jack Gunter, Johnny Moore,I I Kingsley Lake Baptist Church his vacation here visiting her Regulators, Solenoids, /Gator Automatic 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville Locksmith & Safe Work

.to Natural Gas Tommy Johnson and, Larry last Thursday.Mrs. father Percy Griffis, and PHONE 376-5430 6615 W. University Ave
Aramatures '
I Youngblood. Hattie Darley and other relatives. During their Transmission Service Gainesville 376-7761

STARKE NATURAL GAS Philippines' Missions Miss Sinna Prescott attendedthe stay they occupied an apart- Water & Fuel Pumps INC. FURNITURE MUSIC SUPPLIES
WMU Program Topic ment at :Mrs.. Effie Miner's. I
CITY HALL Phone 964-1301 annual meeting of Black Exchange Service on Startersand
Mission work in the Philip- at Leon Reddish of Miami is
Creek Baptist Association Home Beautiful
GeneratorsWholesale 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) Gridley Music
: pine Islands was the topic of I _Mt._ Zion Church_ near Jacksonville visiting his aunt, Mrs. V. R.I Retail Gainesville PHONE 372-0372
the program at the meetingof last week. Reddish. I Furniture Co. Co, Inc.
the Women's Missionary I Church Schedules I Miss Elizabeth Terry spent 620 S. Mala Gainesville C0IPLETEDECORATING

Union of Hampton Baptist I last week in Black Mountain
Grace Methodist: Church PHONE 372-6990 I AUTO UPHOLSTERYL. CENTRAL FLORIDA'S
Church, held at the church School. 9:45 a. m. Morning N. C. as guest of her nephew, SERVICE Complete Music: Store
jl
Tuesday evening. The program Worship 11 a. m. Evening Terry Futch. AUTO BRAKES 1. Vast Selection Of Nationally Pianos by Baldwin, Storey &

led by Mrs. Charles Service, 8 p. m. MYF each Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs. Known Brand Names Clark, Henry L. lUiller-
& S. Auto Trim
Hicks, was presented in the Wednesday, 8 p.m. It was a Pauline Torode were visiting I GUARANTEED PRICKS FIsehek
form of a TV quiz show. Mr. and their brother. L. E. Roberts,!
pleasure to have Complete Auto Upholstery Assurance:; of Satisfaction Organs by Baldwin & Conn
.\ c :Mrs. D. E. Hill, Mrs. Horace Mrs. Gene Alleman of Sara-!I and Mrs. Roberts and daughter Hull's Brake Supply"BRAKE CONVENIENT TERMS Gibson & retch Guitars-
I \ ; I Tailor :Made Seat Covers
____ ____ I Dyal and Mrs. Mamie :Mead sota with us Sunday. Sunday. FREE PARKING Amplifiers
_____ attended the New River Association -I First Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Joyce Futch was luncheon SPECIALISTS"For 603 Convertible N. W. 8th.Tops Avenue' 1703 N. Main St. Gainesville 1004 N. Main

WMU meeting a t I I School, 10 ajn. Morning Worship guest of Mr. and Mrs.E. Every Car or Truck Gainesville 372-8661 Gainesville Shopping Center
_Kingsley Lake Baptist Churchon 11 a.m. Training Union, E. Burney in Jacksonville GARDEN SUPPLIES
Thursday last week. 7 p.m. Evening Service 8 p.m. Saturday. Friends will be Turning Grinding Rellning New and UsedPIANOS

Personals Prayer Meeting each Wednesday pleased to learn that Mr. Bur- While You Wait BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn Johnson & Paris, Inc.
Steve Varnum son of Mrs. is rapidly recovering from GUITAHSURU31s81IEE'l
i 8 p.m. YWA meets first I ney 1314 S. Main Gainesville Complete Line of
I Leslie Jones, and Ralph Williams and third Tuesdays right after his recent illness: MUSIC
SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS
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I son of Mr. and Mrs. J. school. Intermediate GA I I i 372-1497 Complete Beauty Culture Budget TermsLillian's
A. Williams, enlisted in the YYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYBy I Girls Women :Men
meets first and third Tues Insecticides
-Pet Supplies
U.S. Navy last week. After days right after school. Inter- AUTO SALES & SERVICE Tuition Budgeted "W Rent Fertilizer Spreaders" Music Store

being inducted in Jacksonville mediate GA meets second and EVERGREEN l I I i FREE PLACEMENT "Gainesville Leader"
I: Lakes Naval I MERCURY Special Brush-Up Courses 224 N.V.. 8th Ave.FUt1NE .
they left for Great fourth Mondays, 8 p.m. I LINCOLN Since 1933

i Training Center HI. for I II PersonalsMrs. Mrs. Minnie L. Redding: I(COMET FIAT METCOR Central I 3720476Gainesville, Fla.) 112 S. E. First Galnesvi"
Hairstyling ,
I boot training. I O. J. Phillips is spend-
I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dew ing some time in Macon, Ga. Phone 782-3232 I Authorized Sales-Service.- College INSULATIONROOFINGAll MOVER "

\ : and family of Yulee were sun- with her son-in-law and I Parts
\ day visitors here with Mr. iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJWeekend Gainesville
L : daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fate Trained l\Iecbanics-Good 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville American
and Mrs. C. C. Cannon.Mr. I Redd. guests of the Otis
376-4105
IN FLORIDA I and Mrs. Mel Harbin Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs.J. Brewers were Mr. and Mrs. j Used Can Insulation & RoofingCO. MayflowerLOCAL
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and family of Tampa spent W. Andrews, and Miss Nan- I Sinclair Mosley and family of BUILDING MATERIALS AND LQNO

: BEER IS A NATURALFrom the weekend here last week cy Struth attended the marriage I Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. W. I Barkley Motors New Roofs Shinglesor DISTANCE 11O'INGStorage \
with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dennison of Miss Edwina Whitnelto J. Saunders of Penney Farms And Crating

Mrs. Harbin is Mrs.Dennison's Charles Napier of Scota- and Mrs. Edith Christiansen I 615 N. Main, GainesvilleB Roof BuiltUpRoof Gainesville Phone 376-121
.. Ridgway &
nature's light grain comes sparkling light beer. Cleaning Repairs
Duringthe
daughter. boro last Friday eveningin of Starke.
..it's Ky. Fiberglass Insulation
of moderation. light,
Florida's traditional beverage
weekend, they also droveto Deland. The bride is the Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mc- Security Transfer
Truss Co. Blown Batt
sparkling, delicious. Brunswick Ga. to visit rela- daughter of Mrs. Pearl Whit- Donald of Jacksonville were 8 G Motors Co. Contractor or Retail

And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Florida Is proud of tives.Mr. nel of Deland and niece of weekend guests of Mr. and Wood Trusses! & DAY or NITE & Storage, Inc.

wv the more than$27,820,935 it contributes in taxes to the state and Mrs. Frank Brown Mrs. George Roberts. Mrs. Clyde Griffis. Prefabricated or AGENTS FOR
Components
of Florida each year.. money that helps support our I 0 f Jacksonville spent last Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mrs. Inez Brice was honored CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF5IULLMAN Any Size Free Estimates 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER ,

schools, our hospitals, and our roads. In Florida, beer be last weekend here with his i Wilkison Monday were Mr. with a surprise birthday 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. Inc.
JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
longs...enjoy it. mother. Mrs. T. F. Brown. and Mrs. :Marvin Thompsonof dinner last Sunday. About 50 Sales and Service 372-3961-Collect Call I Loral & Long Distance MovingCratIngStomgcPackIng\
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home Jacksonville and Mrs. Cecil friends and relatives enjoyedthis C Mops & Mopping Equipment *

UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. \ drove to Dunnellon Sunday to Dobbs and Mrs. Jack Cope- occasion with her. 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Brooms Brushes Phone 376-2666

visit Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay. land of Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Sybil Griffis and Mrs. CEMENT Washes Cleaners 1040 So. Main Gainesville
PHONE 876-7515
,' FLORIDA DIVISION I Miss Jessie May Brannen Cora Hodges of Max- Inez Brice attended the WMU Rest Room Supplies

of Bartow spent the weekendS vile was visiting Mr. and Mrs. meeting at Kingsley Lake last TIlE NEON SIGNS
S I I
Thursday.Mr. Crane Motor Co. LINTELS WINDOW SILLS'
.-,Vf' sSffS: ):ty'!!!'MjP '!}\ !! !'!\ :: nLlSl; 1! "'!:: = : '-2" '''1][;? j'''''''>'''''' ''' ''''''''''''''''''''''- -w -= and Mrs. Ellery Red STEPPING STONES"If Jeffcoat

ding of Lake City were visit- !: LARK ANGLIA- It's Cement Wi Cast It" Janitorial & MaintenanceSupplies

SpeCial savings s1iar today! Join the ing the Arthur Reddings last I ENGLISH FORD Cement Neon- PLASTIC SignsNEON PAINTED
.: -4 Sunday.Mrs. I 1315 N. W. 4th. Place .
Minnie Redding, along MERCEDES BENZ -VOLVO I Precast Products Gainesville 372-2723 Neon Designing Neon RepairsErecting

I with Miss Amelia and Alethia Authorized Sales & Service 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville Maln| nancei
Williams and their mother of LADIES WEAR 1611 S. Main __.._ Gainesville

:> \ MI! PAillE R.\MBLE.rt\ I Jacksonville Hampton were last shopping Thursday.in "Complete Makes"Service for All PHONE 372-0953 Cherry'sGainesville's Phone Nlte Day 372-8897 372-0302


Church Activities Host Fashionable
CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST OFFICE EQUIPMENT
506 E. Ave.
University
Services were well attendedlast Address For Ladifes
Sunday with the Nurs-
the PHONE 372-4343 THAT ALL YOUR DRESSEs8urrSCOAT8LTER Parker'sGalnesvUle's
Department winning
ery 'ITY WEAKACCESSORIES
& =1 banner for the second Sundayin Gainesville, Fla. CONCRETE PRODUCTS Most! Complete Office

Sunday School ARE THE BEST FROM Equipment & Machine
105 W. University, Gainesvffite
Our new hours are 7 p.m. Store.
for Training Union, and 8 p. DODGEDARTDODGE Edwards Building MATERNITY WEAR Complete Office Planning

m- for Worship Hour. Come TRUCKS Supply Inc. Underwood Products
,
S AMERICA'S LOWESTPRlCEAmerican2202 WfRE SEDANS-Classic and worship with us. Sales-Parts-Service Nan's 601 W. University Ave.

WOW! WHAT TRADING HIGH!' Door Sedan has full room The WMU met Thursday 726 S. Main-372-4814 Gainesville 372-2555
'. CONVERTIBLES-Ameri- 1iECUNING' night. Though small in number USED CARS TOO Stork Shop
LOW PRICES! % for six 6-footers. Rambler Gainesville Fla.r .
Sedan-family
Door room
can 440 is America's lowest- ssAToPToNsLl extra-value features. we do enjoy our work : I Special Occasion Dresses To ROOFING ,
for 6, Rambler quality and priced convertible with and urge all ladies to come i Poole-Gable Motors I Every Day Sportswear I

famous gas economy!1e. power top standard. be with us on the first and ELECTRIC MOTORS Formats-Long Dresses, Slim The Helzel Co.
$4491 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville
19 third Thursdays at 8 p.m. Jim Shorts-Matching Tops ROOFING
PHONE 372-434S
$4034 $5122 & PER MONTH BABY GIFTS SIIEET METAL
.. Methodist Church Electric Motor 114 So. Main GainesvillelIEN'S AIR CONDITIONING
:. PER MONTH (
-
.. ;; PER MONTH AUTO SALVAGE Repair Co. No Job Too Large Or Too Small
t
I STOREH.
Saturday Apr. 27Adult 203 S. E. 4th St. Gainesville
OF GAINESVILLE, INC.
m NO OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU ALL THIS! t.tAII Class Fellowship covered Sunday dish supper School in I Paul's Auto SalvageWe COMPLETE ELECTRIC M. Chitty & Co. PHONE 372-1491

+ Fellowship Hall 6:30: PHOTO SHOP
Styling and engineering leadershipthat pjn. Buy Wrecked Cars At :MOTOR SINCE 1902
__ won Motor Trend Magazine's"Car ct1I Nursery provided. Curie Suits
TOP PRICES SALES AND SERVICE Fuller's Foto Inc.
of the Year" Award. Sunday Apr. 28Church "Distributor of Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts ,
Most miles per gallon of all cars in all School for all ages, 9:45: am. I All 3lakes & Models Used & Underwear Central Florida' Finest
classes in '63 Pure Oil Economy Trials Morning Worship, 11 ajn. M- Parts New Lincoln Motors"PHONE Stacy Adams Nunn- Selection of
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k cubic feet of Evening Worship, 7:30 FLOOR COVERING
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.- America's lowest prices! Special savings Wednesday, May 1Circle Gainesville Granite 619 University Gainesville
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Study 7:30 p.m. Lettering & Cleaning ExchangeJOHN
Factory Trained Recapper Installation
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