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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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I'i : .I f VOLUME EIG TY-FQUR STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1963 NU3IBER FORTY-FOUR

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,1'I I I \ Mew Constitution, Set For TuesdayThe


I ; II I I Assessment Policy

.' .. H: By a vote of 594 to 153 with public will be given a

: : the entire senior class not voting ; chance. to speak on the pros;
I : L w I the Bradford High School .. ana cons or- a proposed new
I
|j student body Tuesday morning I courthouse for B r a d f ord
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L1Pq Because engineers Starke has borrowed
: adopted a new constitution -. say moneyup County at a public hearing to
\ eI patterned after that of Merchants Set to its capacity the City Council Tuesday night be held at 9:30 ain. Tuesday

r4T;& 'tP I I the federal government. set a policy of assessing residents concerned for any May 7. The hearing will be

Getting away from the student future sewer or water line extension, including the held in conjunction with the

M&a I council or city council Auction DaysTwentyfive upcoming Bessent Road project. regular meeting of the Boardof

i type of government the students -. The council had held a County Commissioners in
J voted in a constitution his portion of the 600 feet the courtroom of the court-
public hearing on the Bessent
which will see a house of rep- owned on the opposite side house.
StTke
merchants Road project last week but
resentatives and a senate elected of the road by the Bessent Following the hearing it is
I Clinton E. Daugherty of Starke was seriously i is. are "giving .iway money" after hearing from the residents -
and political parties estate. expected that the board will
jured in this head-on collision of dollar for dollaron concerned decided to
In Weekend Accidents automobiles just and county precincts formed. purchases made in their "Did you run out of money take final action on the pro-
north of Waldo Friday night. Photo stores put off any decision until i
Gainesville
( by
I i- According to Student Council through May 25. when you got to our little posed construction of a new
Daily Sun). Advisor Walt Sistrunk the The "auction dollars" Tuesday night. Only person to road?" he asked. "I don't courthouse, vhich has been

most significant thing about be saved by those may voice a dissenting opinion a- think it fair to make one per- endorsed by several civic or-
the new document is that "It them and receiving bout the 75 cents per front son pay so much to serve ganizations.The .
Two Killed Several used for bidding on foot charge Abe Bessent.
Injured; does incorporate the basic $500 worth of prizes to be the largest land was owner invol- just a few people," he added. board has already en-
principles of American sepa- auctioned off in the business "It's not easy for us to tered into a contract with
ration of powers and checks ved.The it's architect Frank and
district Saturday make a decision like this George
Jax Man Held For and balances and the Florida May 25.Each. afternoon power to charge assessments something new for Starke." has held the first of a series

Manslaughter system of voter registrationand cooperating store is within city to limits property is owners clearly Council Chairman Ruby Johns of conferences to formulate

"Insofar party primaries." putting up a prize with a dpfinpd__nu_- tpifhin......... tVio.. nitrr. ,.u.V at.. _- [Continued<< on Page 2] plans for the new building.
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as we know the minimum
I Clinton E. Daugherty of that the Davis car was travel-I Two persons died and a third was seriously injured new constitution is unique there will be value one of grand$10.prize and, er which says ifaperonls For Bradford
Starke was treated in Alachua ing south on 301 among Florida high schools generally or especially bene-
I Sunday night when the truck in which with a value of
they were more than fited he
General Hospital last Fridayfor veered into the lane and it certainly may be assessed,
gets
wrong ,
away $100 to be
riding was struck from behind by another vehicle auctioned off.
I according to City
Attorney
Sill Road
injuries received in a colliding with Daugherty'scar from the student council form The Budget
about eight miles south of \ prizes will be on display George Pierce.
head-on collision with another and demolishing both ve- Middleburg on State Road of government," Sistrunk ad- soon in the The council
I 011:: show windowof
car just north of Waldo on hicles. "U. ded. He also stated that the Starke also may even decide to exempt -
Hardware
U.S. 301.Tommy. Daugherty received cuts Pronounced dead at the Public four or five times as many Stores Co. certain property own-

Hugh Davis of several broken ribs, and a scene was Mrs. :Mary Tye Bar- HearingSet students will be able to par- Auction Days cooperating promotion with will the ers from the assessment after Totals $1,635,000Primary
Jacksonville driver of the ticipate in student hearing the pros and cons of
broken ankle. Davis had a government display red siuno .
ber of Orange Park ___ __ .. nn "n"n.
the On SR 16Assessments L h H - --0'U'6 each situation. Council con-
other
car was charged with :
I unaer me new consti that Auction
I broken arm and was being I Dollars are given tends
mother of the lines will
two young children. sewer enhance -
driving on the wrong side of I tution.
the highway causing the ac- kept under observation at the Dead on arrival at Bradford The new document was or with all purchases of $1 the value of the Bes- and secondary road projects for Bradford

4 I cident. University Medical Center for County Hospital was Charles formed by a constitution more. sent Road properties.The County, totaling $1,635,000, were contained in the

I Investigating officers said other possible injuries. Edwin Moore, 26, of 1208 Alt- A public hearing will be held committee composed of members -, city can also enter a State Road Department's I 1963-64 budget advertised
Teachers
1 I : at 7 p. m. Tuesday May 7, at| of the student council. Get suit and obtain a judgment Wednesday.The .
Starke east
I For WinTornacloesShutOtit man Road Jacksonville. a with U.s. 301 In ,
Tourney the city hall, on a proposal by I from a skeleton written by against any citizen who refuses -
fact
that is
husband a project to Clay County line, 3.7 miles,
and
father of Merit to
one Sistrunk ChecksNineteen pay the assessment,
although
the city to assess property the idea budgeted does not necessarily 40000000.

child. owners $1 per front foot for a to establish precincts came Pierce says. I mean that it will be con-. Rebuilding S.R 100 from

I In serious condition in Al- proposed water line along from the students themselves.The of Bradford Coun- Cost of each assessment is structed the year advertised. Starke to Union County line

a c h u a General Hospital, Highway 16, west. 10 member committeemet ty's 156 public school teach- to be determined according to It is customary for the department 9.7 miles [under construction]

3-0 On 3 Hits Gainesville after surgery is In a legal notice, advertisingthe for weeks in preparationof ers Monday, April 29, each the particular project involved to budget more projects 150000.00
Clay Thomas Leon Rowe hearing council said it had the new constitution be- received a check for $400 under and is to be limited to only than it expects to build L Secondary ProjectsSix
: 25, of
.. been found "necessary to improve fore presenting it to the stu- the Florida legislature'snew the materials used with the due to delays in obtaining secondary projects totaling -
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Tornado baseballers won ;nadoes will play the winnerof > 3545 Old Kings Road, Jack- and construct a water dent body for ratification this merit pay plan for rewarding city providing all the cost of rights-of-ways on some jobs.. 11.8 miles were includ-

their first game in the subgroup the Palatka-BoIles game in j"sonville. system commencing at the week. Several lengthy assem- the state's superior labor. Payment of the assess- and other factors that prevent ded in the budget at a total of
tournament yesterdayas Palatka at 7:30 tonight Courtland Barry Duckworth, property line of the Starke blies of the entire student educators. ments will be put on a time it from proceeding with certain $355.000.00. They were:

they shut-out Green Cove [Thursday]. The locals have 33, of Route 5, Jacksonville, Elementary I : School &nd conUn body .,.in. which\ discussion To qualify fcr the extra basis- and in no case shall: projects. From State Road S229-A
driver of the car that struck uing along Highway 16 to the flowed hot and free, were required $400 merit an assessment be required
Springs 3-0 on the three hit played Palatka once before : pay a teacher must Four projects under the primary southeast to SR200 [Primitive
pitching of senior Ken Ter and were beaten5 as the the Rowe truck is being held end of property line of Ru- before the two-thirds have scored at least 600 on paid in less than six months. road system were included Baptist Church Road and

Maroons scored six unearned in Clay County jail at Green dolph Hutcheson." majority for the new docu- the National Teacher's Exam the policy makers said. for Bradford: Morgan Road, 5.5 miles,

rell.Coach Charles Lyle's charg- runs- The Tornadoes lost the
es collected only four hits game in the last of the seventh i a charge of manslaughter.Bond work being required to pro- The students are now en- each year 'fey their superior new installations and not U.S. 301 at Bradford County SR200( [U.s. 301?

themselves but made them with the bases loaded j was set at 2500. He mote the. public welfare and gaged in registering in the [principal] to be in the top I where sewer and water is already High School. $50,000.00. south through Lincoln City,

count as they opened the and two out when Donald was uninjured in the colli health of the city of Starke, eight precincts and next week 30 per cent of the teachers in available to property 2. Resurfacing old lane of .8 mile. 2500000.

scoring in the fourth after sion. and the reasonable sum of $1 will also register for one of the county. Teachers receiv- owners, the council stated. u.s. 301 from Starke northto From Lincoln City to SR

first baseman Gary Kouba Felcon hit a line smash directly Trooper E. L Jones of the per front foot has been, esti- the several political parties ing the merit pay this year The assessment will cost Clay County line, 8.8 miles, 100. 1 mile, 3000000.

walked and scored on a single to the left fileder toj ]Florida Highway Patrol said mated for construction." being formed. j were: Abe Bessent approximately 68000000. I From SR200-A, south of

by outfielder Fred Wheeler end the game. However Green Duckworth was charged with All persons wishing to be Two parties, the Liberals Bradford High School-Tom $488 for the 650 feet he owns 3. Reworking and resurfacing Lawtey, to SR S-225 [Ander-

the only Tornado to get two Cove had bested the Tornadoes speeding while under the influence heard on the matter are invitedto [Continued on Page 2)] [Continued on Page 2] plus the additional charge for S-R. 16 from intersection.I son Junior High road]. 1.5
hits. of intoxicating liquor attend the :May 7 hearing
once before too 4-3. v *' miles $45,000.00.From .
Catcher Marty Starling The accident occurred about i or may file memos in advance Stresses : T.- V nFl, SR21 to SR21-A

scored the second Tornado 7:25 p.m. when Duckworth's with the city clerk if they Speaker I I > ; [Speedville Road], 2.2 miles
run also in the fourth, when ,Local Officials 1962 Chevrolet sedan struck cannot attend the public hear :; $65,000.00.

he got on base by an error the left rear fender of Rowe's ing. From SR100-A southeast of
Ag
by the Blue Devil shortstopand Take Scenic 1958 Ford pick-up. The truck Training i Starke, to SR230 [Bethel

then stole home to tally. turned over on the road, running Church Road] .8 mile, $25.000.
The third and final run of Suwannee Trip off the east shoulder of Schaefer Named At FFA '3 i Clay County Projects

the contest came in the fifth the highway and turning over BanquetThe ) ., Primary projects budgetedfor

inning when Mark Hamilton Bradford County Commissioners three more times covering Dist. Comdr.Of jI; Z4J( Clay County were:

walked was sacrificed to second and other local officials a distance of 249 feet importance of vocational x: Highway 16 from SR21 to

by Gary Cole went to uid individuals enjoyed the annual feet from point of impact. All Am. Legion I Penney Farms 3.7 miles [un-

third on a fielder's choice "boat-a-cade" down the three passengers in the truck agriculture training in : der construction $80.000.00.SRI00 .
and driven home Ter were thrown out. high school was stressed by
was by Gulf of from Putnam Coun-
the
Suwannee River to I Charles J. Schaefer a longtime Don
Champion
rell's fly ball to left. and Sun- Trooper Jonea estimated the County Farm line to Bradford County
Mexico last Saturday active member of American Forester in P ty
,
a speech before
Terrell walked five, strucK speed of Duckworth's car at; Legion Post 56. was elect- the annual Parent & Son h : line 5.3 miles, $550,000.00.
out seven, and allowed only day.The outing is sponsored during 60 mph when it hit the other ed District Commander of the Banquet of Future Farmers of Highway 16 from Bradford

three hits in winning the i each legislative session by vehicle. There were no signs _.,. .- ',.:; Fourth District America in the high school County line to SR230 2.1

Tornado's eighth game of the the Suwannee Valley Authority of skid marks to indicate that: rv-. .;: Department of cafeteria last Friday night. miles 10000000.

season against five defeats. In order to acquaint legislatorsand any attempt had been madeto ) .. Florida, at the Two-hundred and The only primary proj<">t
Blue Devil hurler Olin Hodge other state officials with slow down. Both vehicles :- .>f ""' -" District Conference eighty- included for Union Countywas
*" $ seven members of the Starke i:
.tV'l
was only slightly more gen- the natural beauty and the were travelling south. :: .1 in ; :
; and Bradford their
.. Chapters,
.
erous with the Tornadoes allowing need for further developmentof The pick-up was a total loss, : ;;;i 41 Ocala last sun-I'' parents and other guests gathered .j SR100, from Columbia
them four hits, strik- the Suwannee River and its while damage to the Chevrolet ; '1.1":1: day. He \' : County line to Lake Butler
to enjoy the fried chic- t
ing out four and issuing free tributaries. J I was about $100. I:; m iCOIflIflflderat ken dinner, a musical pro- 9.1 miles, $550.000.00.Cleanup .
passes to four.Tornadoes The left Branford at llit "''II : ..
group
by The Gospelaires and
gram ,
getting safeties 1 p. m. Saturday in a flotillaof Red Cross Sets > the Department to see outstanding FFA mem- :
Drive
besides Wheeler were Bill 90 boats, arriving at Fannin: May 10 Drive IJP i. : '\00... Convention -I bers receive awards and cita- e : -
Jackson and Mark Hamilton. Springs late in the afternoonfor -. .----!- to be held I tions. ; 0OUTSTANDING

Since they won their first supper and an overnight The Bradford County Chap I in Clearwater in :May. The,: Champion said that the diversion I

game in their bid for the district stop. Governor Farris Bryant ter of American Red Cross 1 is I Fourth District extends from,I of more and more Set By Starke

championship the Tor- joined the group at Fannin. completing plans for a one- Starke to Dunnellon. I j farm land each year to other FUTURE FARMERS receive awards at the annual Parent I
to the mouth of win the National
The trip In an effort to -
I day fund drive to be staged uses has necessitated produc- and Son Banquet last Friday night. Fr ont ((1-r) Gaskins I
the Suwannee was completedabout I Others attending the con- foodstuffs less row : Tommy Wayne Cleanest-Town Achieve-
10. No local Red ing more on
Friday May
1 p. m. Sunday. where a I Cross funds have been raised ference were S. E. Sparks acreage. With this trend con- 'Stalnaker, and John Odom. Second row, from left: Glen Sapp, Don Brandes, ment Award Starke will conduct
Your Help Needed! j:bountiful of seafood and Wayne Hersey. all-out "Clean-up
spread
I in this county during the past George Pierce Al Crosby John tinuing in the future he said an
PNE-DAY i was served by the Salt Water'I continued j that the country would need Paint-up, Fix-up" campaignthis
two years, and the Grew, and Post Commander farming, either full or part-
I Fish Commission. announced
'' existence of Red Cross services Julian McRae. i more technically trained young time into I spring it was
related
or going
RED GROSS I Among those from here making -'I' here will depend on the men in agriculture each year yesterday by Al Gregory and
the trip were Sen. Charley Final plans have been made fields, such as forestry, agri- Wayne Whiff en, cochairmen -
in order to produce enough
I success of the current appealfor cultural research I ID
FUND DRIVE E. Johns, Commissioner of Agriculture funds. for a Donkey Baseball game food for our exploding popu- or selling. ,, of the unified effort.
Doyle Conner Suwan between the local Legion Post; i lation. Champion said he was surprised i Starke's chances of winning
Call 9610101To nee Valley Authority member, Servicemen from Bradford and pleased with the its class depend
County presently stationed and the Junior Chamber of I' The speaker said that the I in population
Volunteer ServiceWomen's H. A. Bishop Jr., County Corn-i are remark had been made that serious and level-headed replies I on the whole-hearted cooperation -
all over the wont In case of Commerce on 13.
May Legion-
to his which indicated
missioners Jessie R. Chastain, i high school boys are taking survey J of every man, Woman, and
Russell H. Green Jr., Jerome I personal or family emergency, naires and Jaycees will be : vocational agriculture "just to! to him that the vocational g child, it was stressed by Mayor

Johns and George W. Roberts I II they depend on their local riding the donkeys in what i get an easy credit." j ji agriculture depart- ] Randal Chitty, in giving official -
Red Cross for assist-
Chapter
Softball Jr.; Lucian Conner, managerof I ance. The public is asked to promises be quite a show. i "I don't believe this" he I ment was playing an important city approval to the drive.
the State Prison fanning declared and to his : part in preparing young All towns and cities entering
| ; prove
contribute the time, effort. The post plans to take t
parthi
for their future jobs, I I
men
Meeting operation; M. B. Jordan prison < point he quoted results of a the contest will be judged on
vocational agriculture instructor and money necessary to continue Poppy Sales this year on especially since only 15 out of the made and by
he conducted in the improvements ,
\ :3 survey
Friday May ,
these vital services.
; Starke Fire Chief R C. Poppy Day.Election I vocational agriculture depart- the group had definite inten- the degree of local participa
7:30 P.M.Recreation Mrs. Edward Hall chaptersecretary tions of attending college.He g
Buford; and E. L. Matthews,, I of post officers win ment. Of the 80 students
t tion.There
Office publisher. of The Telegraph. states that many questioned Champion said. 73 said that agriculture in L will be a committed

,i workers will be needed to insure I I be held at the next regular replied that they were taking .'Jt..:....._f.,...A... t'"nnnh...............J, i" .Q. .t9....I.nn.;"''''._- meeting of all dab representatives -

SINGING (CONVENTION the success of the one- meeting on May 14. vocational agriculture to learn 000 annual business, whose Receiving honorary chapter membership were at the American Legion

This Space: Contributed i II I The Bradford Convention day, drive. Post members who have more about up-to-date methods importance to the local economy -I (from left) : J. C. Prevail, Jr., L. C. Sapp, W. C. Stal--'hall tonight (Thursday) at
Singing I "The Red Cross is on the made reservations for the De of farming, and all replied should not be I:30. All interested civicminded
Weekly to Publicize overJooked.1 naker G. T. Huggins and Paul Hutching.:
will meet at Pleasant ,
i job 365 days of the year. partment Convention in Clear- that they felt they were Awards citizens are urged to attend
Community Events by Hope Methodist Church, three.{ Won't you volunteer a few water are Bill Graham. Buddy learning something useful in Wayne Stalnaker.- - president agriculture. He also received Bradford Chapter, receivedthe this important meeting.

The CommunityState miles north of Starke on Highway I I hours of your time on Friday, Bishop, Charlie Schaefer.Julian ,, the course. of the Starke Chapter, won the Star Chapter Farmer a- Star Farmer Award for The exact date of the campaign

301 on Sunday, May 5, at!i May 10?" Mrs. Hall asked. McRae. John Grew,. Sixty-three per cent replied i,the coveted DeKalb Award, ward, and the Mechanics a- his chapter. will be announced soon,
2 p. m. Everyone interested in I Those willing to help call Billy Jackson Al and all citizens
Crosby asked to
] may 11 {
Bank that they intended to use given each year to the outstanding ward for the Starke Chapter. The Star Farmer awards I and are
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.Gospel Singing is cordially in. Mrs. Hall at 964-0101 for further Arch Thomas Jr.
_ldted. 1: details. what they had learned by I senior in vocational Glen Sapp, president of [Continued on Page 2] [Continued, on Page 2j] .

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TWO :U BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA THOISDAY. ,.MAY 2, 1963
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Mrs. Emma Starkand; Jlr.: 1 ance Agency, were given to'' FFA Chapters !,l Brooker School H Standard Oil erated by Syd Shuford and

I ... t.Laid Mrs. Eugene Moody and Council Sets John Odom from Starke Chapter I' should hempen within the
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--, 11 family: of Alum Bridge, W. Va.,' ani; Don Brandes from j In i Situation Told Service Station next.few we 'ks.\

.-.... I.md Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Moody Bradford Chapter. Odom also I I.Participate {I'' j Under ConstructionConstruction I, Amount-of the building per-

t. I:ind Mr. and Mrs. Austin :Moody: New PolicyContinued i iI won the Star Green Hand A- : :." .'-
Annual Contest To PTA i mit was $20,000.C1RD .
.. 4:)f Florahome were Sunday ward for Starke Chapter. I. ; Group is under way ..
guests of Air. and Mrs. Joseph i I Wayne Starke t
Hersey, Chap- :
... on a new Standard Oil service
IJ School Superintendent Harmon : OF ThANKS
_&.4- __ GLADYS -MOOTT' PHGUVE: 964-0851 Gissy. [ From Page One] ter, won the Electricians Award : Bradford High School's two; station en U.s. 301 South,
..... -- 1 Miss Linda Wasdin spent the I PFA chapters' placed second; j P. Morgan met with a i,
I !at its intersection with S. We are sincerely grateful to
of the
: =:: : S 'Sgt. Ewell Lawson Jr. will Cadet Henry L. Norsworthy LAS r"t _Ut c i3 1."t.vAA""....n a..t 4.SWSL1L'n.......; told Bessent."I I Tommy Gaskins was given {a md hird in parliamentary pro-I Brooker 20-member Junior contingent High School,1, Walnut St. friends and neighbors for the

.... returned to the Orlando AFBo, ,f Lake Santa Fe, who is ;Beach visiting Miss Trudy! can't help what you folks I the Star Green Hand Award |IC:edure Friday, April 19, at thel PTA to discuss moving their ,. The station is being built by flowers cards of

::=: nay: 7 after spending seven jtt ending Georgia Military Col. Street. do but I sure don't want that : :for Bradford Chapter. annual Future Farmer Sub-Pis-I; ? .' sympathy
| | seventh and 'eighth grades to ; 1 the company and will be of
4 .-weeks at Holloman AFB inT ege, Milledgeville Ga. has been] Mrs. Lucile Davis returned': [the assessment] to happen! Honorary Chapter member-1 trict contests in Macclenny. and many other acts of kind-
Bradford next all steel and glass construction -
___New Mexico.* p>]laced on the merit list for the I:onday from a week in Little J to me" Bessent told her. j'J i ships were awarded to: George j The Bradford chapter, under i Due to the High declining year. j' of the most modern design i ness .during tIt ;death of our

.. _... Mrs J, A. Budd Jr. and I nid-quarter term. I,Switzerland, N. C. with her'Ibrother "We hate to do it to anybody T. Huggins, Bradford County Ii j instructor Paul Hutchins, placed -' ment which has fallen enroll-I', now being used by the father"Revv. **'G. Hemingway. -

: laughter, Patty of JaCkson-I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright Rufus Tatum, of Jack-: : ," Mrs. Johns replied. :farm agent; Paul Hutchins ,4 second and the Starke chapter -: low of 85 students the county
: : ville were visiting he //J ind family of Gainesville .and'sllr. I. Despite the fact that this :
-. mother, Mrs. W. E. Jliddleton, and Mrs. John DeSalvomd Mr. and Mrs. Jasper G. Bennett -' is the first! time property owners : ]J. C. Prevatt. County Forest ,J[lowe, placed third. Macclenny i made the decision to move j, The station I[I family. '._.<' 1.'q'.
ago new will be
: Ranger L. C. Sapp, and W. team, was first in the! op
on Sunday. a son of Fort Lauderdale and of i ; 1 the host '
family Clearwater in Starke have been assessed !' \ the too two grades to the I.- -
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Black- \vere Tuesday evening dinner were weekend guests of Mrs. C. Stalnaker. father of the ]IJ parliamentary procedure con! :
next term.
bum of Greenville, N. C. are :uests of :Mr. and :Mrs. Foster1']Ruby Johns. I directly for utilities installations :, two chapter presidents. I ontests.< high school here j,

visiting Carr Colley for several f 3hi:; Smith. Mrs. L. M. Noble of Sarasota contractors in the !I! Wayne Clemens received a j The Bradford chapter team I "You couldn't go so far as '

"" days. Mrs. F. F. Stump is visiting the former Jennie Lou Riv-I Saratoga Heights subdivision'addition I', Star Greenhand award for 'I'was composed of Otis :Melton: ) to say they're happy about it, :. FLORIDATHEATRE. '

.. n A. F. Garner returned from 1 Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Thomson ers of Starke, will be the weekend -: two years ago were : work done in his chapter last :Roger Fulton, Glen Sapp,, but thev do seem to under- '
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the J. Hills Miller Medical a md family in Monticello this I| guest of. Mr. and Mrs. W. required to provide sewer and year. 'Wayne demons, Tommy Raul-, stand the situation. Morgan ,

<.... Center In Gainesville. Mr. and ,veek. H. Nollman. water before the plat was accepted -I if ifStudents erson, and Carl Rhoden. Members said of thp Brooker parentsat I

U.' Mrs. George DeLaney of Hol- Admittances to Doctor's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. R. H. by the city. '| of the Starke chapter, the meeting.The .

comb, Mo. are spending several l 1 this week- include: Mrs. bridge of Tunpa; visited Mrs. Other interested parties alt.: Adopt ;team were Wayne Stalnaker,I school will be left next '

.. ; weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. I hristine Brooker :Mrs. Annie Henrietta Hunt last Saturday., the meeting Tuesday night\ ;Mike Maruca, Wayne Hersey year with onlv two teachers. -

Garner at Sleepy Hollow Mo- 'Teston of Brooker, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green i were John Powell, representing j Tommy Harley, John Odom,; instead of four who will .

".. -tel. I Lewis Haines of Altamont and children of Tavares were I II the Luther C. Powell estate -New Constitution and Don Lee. ''I teach three grades each. Approximately -

.... Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Abbott f Springs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.,I the second largest landowner I John Odom, Starke chapter, 60 students will

-.. of Tampa were Tuesday lun- Mrs. Walter Harvey of Atlanta R. R. Hutchings. i j on the road. Powell I (Continued from Page 1)) won first place in the public! be left in the first six grades, OPENING TIMEMONDAY ,

oUeon! guests of Mrs. W. E. I IMiddletori. Is spending this week !Ir. and Mrs. J. G. Holton'I sand he was not authorized to 1 I I:speaking contest and will go to; 30 pupils to a teacher. Morgan \ THROUGH THURSDAY

1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughter were in Tif ton, speak for the estate but said I!I and the VOTE party [Voice :
Mrs. James Peterson attend- Jim Ritch, and Carr Colley.Mr. Ga. over: the weekend visitingMr. he believes "It will increasethe Of The Electorate] are already May 3, in Branford. Don Bran-i the Brooker school to have FRI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00: SUN. 2:00

'"" nl a meeting of the Florida and Mrs. Ben Rowland and Mrs.\ R. L. Whiddon. value of the property if being formed on the I",des, Bradford chapter took\;, kept the two junior hiehi

Chapter of the International spent Sunday at Cedar Key. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson sewers are installed." campus and campaigns are second place in the public i! school grades there would ,' ,

,. Graphoanalysis Society at the Local admittances to Bradford were in Dothan, Ala. Sunday Four parties, Bessent, Powell under way for membership. speaking contest. I have to of have 120 been an enrollment Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon., Tues.May3,4,5,6,7 .

Hot l Thomas in Gainesville j County Hospital this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Harold Epps, and a delegation To be chartered under the Tommy Gaskins, Bradford I pupils.

Saturday. :Mrs. Peterson is a J include: Mrs. Connie Padgett, Mrs. N. N. Stringfellow. I from the Presbyterian -I new constitution a party must :chapter, placed fourth in the The population of Brooker

member of the society which :Mrs. Ellen M. Burrows, Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs.\ J. T. Taylor of i church were present at present a list signed by 25 ,tractor driving contest. I has been declining! in recent

is composed of professional and :Iary Carol Sapp, Mrs. Lula Palatka were visiting Miss \the public hearing on the Bes- per cent of the student, put ; I vears. Morgan! said. but it I' Loaded with Laughs!

amateur handwriting analysts.Mr. :N'orman, Mrs. Martha Jane Barbara Green last Friday eve- sent Road assessment Thursday forth a slate of candidates, I had been honed that the con- r. ; \ "

: and Mrs. Stewart Bec "Allen and Mrs. Helen Mabje ning. Miss Green had as a night, April 25. Epps and write a platform, and name :Fourth Rabid Ij struction of the hydrocarbonsplant I Walt Disney / I
five there would nut it back ,
uI:Mersereau. weekend party managers. I
". kett Jr. and three children ,. guest Miss Jackie \the church delegation said 1
East Hartford, Conn. are spending Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Douglas Hagar of Brooker. i then they favored installingthe Members of the constitu- : on the upswing. This simply I Son bir J

two weeks with Mr. ..andlMrs. t of[ Clover, S. C. were Saturday I' Mrs. C. D. Williams is in 1 sewer lines and had been tion committee were: seniors i j Coon Found !'f: hasn't happened. Morgan savs'l Bk m aB R MPLUS

Beckett Sr. at Kingsley night[ guests of Mr. and" Mrs. Eau Gallie for three weeks: s actively supporting the Issue [who had no vote but acted I because most of thp ,

.. Lake. Jim Ritch. r visiting Mr. and Mrs. Billy j in recent months.In as advisors] Freeman Regis- i ,! of the new gas nlant etah-::

Clark. ter, Harriet Goodman, Henree JishPd hemps in SNrke, Lake :
I Rev. and :Mrs. Weldon John- Mrs. Edward Burns is con- other action at the Tues- At New RiverThe I I FREDMAOMURRAYCYOISON ''aA.MWYNN .
Gainesville.By
I Mr. and Mrs. H E Hamilton Lou Dennis and Lynwood J I Butler. or I '
valescing at the home of Mrs.
son and sons of Hawthorne'have day meeting the council: aaasu a IutM'tSTADIS!* I4.1 OSO PXC1
Walters juniors Marcia I taking the two teachers $
entertained at a ; ,
birthday dinner
moved back to Starke.I''Joe Wilson following eye surgery Heard I II
a delegation from the
,
I Whittle and Harley Hartley from Brooker the staff of ,
Sunday for Mrs. Hamilton'smother ; I
: Mrs. Johnson is.Dr. I* JL Jennings' j l last week in St. Vincent's I Madison Street Baptst Church, |I fourth rabid coon to --. -
I Mrs.\ A. R. Garner of :' sophomores- Mickey Dansby ;, Bradford High School will beI
I secretary. Hospital. I led by Arch Thomas Sr.. be taken in Bradford County
request -
Jacksonville who was celebrat- I and Jane Adams and fresh- i increased two members to 51 ,
of' :Mrs. J. W. Walton and Mrs. that Alton since Jan. 1 was found I
Friends Mrs. James 'f. Road, which ; Tues and
I''ing her 78th anniversary. Helping -: men-Jim Douglas and Bob- ; next year, Morgan said. He Friday Saturday Only
: Cromer Jr. of Tit. sville, the W. Whitten of St. Augustine -I to celebrate the occasion I! runs directly in front of the 1 bie Sue Barksdale. The stu- day afternoon in a ditch on also hopes that the average I

former Miss Patricia Pellum of!it I l ? arc spending several days I!were Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith! 'church be widened to permit dents were advised by instructors State Road 100 about 200 j daily attendance of county'sschools '"

Starke, will be interested ,to'with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch.I and Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Bowers -' parking on both sides and' Sistrunk and Bill Alexander yards west of Moody's Store'j will allow BradfordI J 0
Mr. and, Mrs. V. V. Hazen, for traffic to at at New Rher.Workmen EDPFi
I know that she will receive. a of Jacksonville. j j room pass All of the committee'were I funds for four additional /
I and! Mr and Mrs. Max\ Furlong I the same time. to 100 the "
degree in elementary education -I According on saw teachers next The coun- "
Miss Linda Kay Sale returned members of the student year. .t ) .1
from the University of Florida ] were Saturday evening I to the summer session ,! (City Surveyor Merrill McMil- council. coon come out of the woods ty currently has 156 teachers RICIIRD < \"

at commencement, exercises, inj:supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.!!.FSU last Sunday. She atj lan the pavement now 18 : and crawl into a, ditch. The; I employed and expects to have CoMING UP STRONG > < UlondII II

the Florida this Jimmy Hazen in Gainesville. spent t feet wide and would need to i i animal then tried to get out 1 I
Gym I the first of last week at Day-' | i i Clean-up Drive i at least 160 next year. WITH A SONG!!!! .: ;
Mr. and Mrs. F. V.saturdaY'I' Among those from out-of-, j be 30 feet wide to accommodate of the ditch but fell back i WbndeHUn "

and son. Mark, of Jacksonville 1 t town attending the funeral of.tona Beach with Misses Mary parking and traffic at ;Set By Starke and failed to get up. TECHNICOLOR* A'A; tobeYouflJ[]
; mien
of Tallahassee and Judy, | Jones 44 '
Billy
J Jfro J Rev. L. G. The Bradford l'
were visiting :Mr and Mrs. W, Hemmlngway on' the same time. j County Health ,

F. Herlong on Sunday. 1 Wednesday of last week were!'Anderson of Jacksonville, also I Council told the delegationthat [Continued from Page One] Department was notified, and I IF1ICHMb .

.:,. Mr. and Mrs. E, P. Renner 1 Rev. Frank Davis and George students at FSU. The girls! an answer on the possi- I the coon was picked up in(;Of Raiford Q- !1t suoos ,:
I spent the latter part of the> ;volunteer to serve on the vari- Wy53 Cast Fe
::: spent last Wednesday to Sunday week with :Mr. and Mrs. committees, and to send in 44 native
Guy IOUS Billy C. Jones, a
:md from Jacksonville | to the State Board of
Mrs.i
at Miami Beach attending will be ready for them Tuesday And "ANCIENT HISTORY" Cartoon
4 Sale at Kingsley Lake. ;, I suggestions for improvements 1 ; of Raiford died Thursday,
McMillan
the Independent Life Insur- Mrs. Elmerl
7 at the
: night, ,
: May
I regu-
Mrs. H. P. of parks and other ]'
Moye Orlando municipal in Jacksonville hos-
Jin 25 a
; Apr.
I.ance Co. convention. \McMillan, Mrs. Frances Williams lar council meeting. Othermembers | nesday morning and was iden-
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles \ i property that will help Starke' extended illness.
Moyeof after
; pital an Wed.
and daughter Jane : tified positive for rabies. Thurs.--May 8 9
Mrs. H. H. Hoover of Oak- Moyer of the delegationwere ,( ,
Columbus, Miss were WeekI ,kin first place in the contest., He had been employed at the I
., ley, Calif visited Mr. and Mrs..' Mr. and Mrs. Hal Alexander \ the Rev. W. M. Dunagan, Jack Trawick of the health t
guests of Mr. and In addition to the two until a -
Jend I Mrs. G. cochairmen Florida State Prison .
I W. Whit : Mr. and Mrs. George department said this latest .
I &p. Sr. on Friday. 1 Ervin and Neil
I Newcomb. ". : *** I ; .Andrews other officials of the! I illness forced
"C when IT JUST
Babies'm year ago
IS. 'have DIDN'T
shotfs FIGURE.
I J.a d Mrs. W. F. Herlong Hemmingway. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker. case "we .. ,
j Byron Terwjllegar of The! campaign already] appointed include his retirement. j
v ,visited Mrs. Mry Roberts in Leo Wiggins, and Mrs. Eve I every section of the county" -: that they would...
Set for
a public meeting
'jBolles, Buford
School Jacksonville Mitchell Civic I
was1home j ; held
4 Funeral services were
the :Menafee. and urged that children
: Lake Shore hospital in Lake
.
for the weekend! to cele- Tuesday May 7. at 8 p.m. in Roundtable coordinator, and' in that they could... .
; at 2:30 Saturday Sapp
; well avoid : .
adults.
p.m.
I : as as coonsor ;
9 City on Tuesday and also visited Mrs. Pat uaurtman and Mrs. 1 ,
hall to
city discuss
assessingresidents
brate his 14th '
I 'birthday. other animals that Cemetery with WilsonBrannen i that they did!
j are
an aunt, Mrs. R. S. Moaeley ]Lola Garbctt
spent Monday and j Mrs. Bertha Lang left Tues'"day of S.R. 16. from the I Lake
Christian ChurchHomecoming Funeral Home of
I in..Fort White. Tuesday of last week in St." Brownlee Road to Green Ac- j seen in the daytime and appear -
:Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lennon for five weeks in New, tame, or act strangelyin [I Butler in charge of arrange- I MlfflSCH! PICTURES&ROBERT WISE PRESENTfWBERr
where
Petersburg :Mrs.
Cauff- res Subdivision, for the instal- Set
York ,
on business and also:
"'*.of Jacksonville I. any way. I ments. Rev. Joe McCullough m\M\
were Sunday man attended the Associated visiting friends. : lation of water lines to SHiRlEY HiNE
"
.. visitors of ilr. and Mrs. Edrevatt. ,Credit Bureau of Florida con- subdivision.Was This:, Sunday !< Other rabid coons have been t : officiated.

*' !? ention. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rau1er-I ,[ taken this year at Lawtey, j He is survived by his widow. TW I IbR ruE
SrE5Y\
son and Mr. and Mrs. Robert, warned i
(4 by Surveyor : The First Christian Church Silver Lake, and the east side s :, Bertice J. Jones; two daughters -
(Jt. Kelly of Gainesville weie visit-j| McMillan of the bad condi- I ntStro)I ISKIUIOI tin smi mi WGUIOU*cu...m JIMU nnm
!
will
.
be the of
scene of Home-i}i Santa Fe Lake. About i Sylvia and Patsy; and
I The Perfect ing Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly tion of the pavement of Or- I I 1 I 'I
i coming and Rally Day on' seven rabid coons were found I his father John C. Jones all
on Sunday. 1' anne Street south of Madison', ih the j Plus "LITTLE WOODY RIDINGHOOD" Cartoon
I .t Sunday, May 5. county last year. of Raiford. J I
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Bald-' which he said is "already past"the I t I
A
Trawick all
I special guest of this occasion urged owners I

i GIFT FOR MOTHER win spent Friday and Saturdayin stage of minor repair." : will be Guy P. Leavitt'j I II 1 I nf. 2 noic' .. tn >.>avo. fhpr.. .4 !SL>nim..1..L&44 .... .

Jacksonville where they at- j I of Holly Hill, who is describ-I i i. innoculated at the rabies

tended the banquet Friday eve-' 19 TeachersGet I! ed as "one of the greatest I' clinics starting in the county.

I i.: IT'S SO EASY TO MAKE ning at the River Club given,! : Sunday School workers of our this Saturday. i II ; STARKE
by the Investors Diversified j Merit time." I II' |1 i

I PERFECTL Services, Inc. I II Pay I Mr. Leavitt was editor of I'Tampa Man Fined !

I -PERKED COFFEE I Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry of! "The Lookout," publication of.' Inc. I BARGAIN DAYSSpring

"Starke, and Mr. and [rs.v..j [Continued From Page 11] i' the Christian Church and is In Shine Case j -

'N. Barry and Mr. and Mrs. Paul your Friendly Store
editorial
now and '
| Casey principal; Ben Cheat- counselor A Tampa man, Harry La-
Norfleet of Newberry spent the, ham Jr.. Rozelle Kaizer Cur- I writes Sunday School aids and .
i weekend J nier, 47, was sentenced to a ; EAGLE'SLovely
at
Sealy Springs, Cot-i!
.... tonwood, Ala. tis :Marlowe, Elden Mathews, I applies the lesson to daily I i I fine of $3.500 or to three
life. He is also editor for the MONARCIJ
Ted Oglesby. and Florence in
moonshine'charges
I|i years prison on
j Arthur Loudon was in Cape Suarez. state church paper, "Chris- Circuit .
i Saturday by
Canaveral on business the past tian I I
week. Starke Elementary Willie Progress. I;, Court Judge George L. Patten. collection of

Mae Denton. Ruth Frazier Mr. Leavitt is author of i ij j I I Lanier chose to pay the 'r '

'a Mrs Mrs.Lola Emma Garbett Badman and j;; Helen Malone, Muriel Nor- j several books concerning the I j: $3,500 fine, according to Sher- ? < & Summer

.-.. Mr. and Mrs. H. were B. visiting]* man, and Sue Winkle 1 I' Sunday School and church I II ', iff P. D. Reddish, and has ( [LUGGAGE

W Tre.scotII I Southside Elementary- J r. leadership, and is in great de-I 1! been released from custody. .
in
: ] Daytona Beach last Wednes-
-- % I C. Hobbs, principal; Rosalind : mand as a speaker and organ-I. Two other men, Charles La-

Z VAWE'\ ill (day. : Grady. Laurie Mullins, and t izer. He recently, returned' I I nier and Sam Benny Capi- DRESSES BLUE
..., j i Mrs. Fred Taccia and Mrs. : from I j I
!' | Lucille.Payne. a Northern tour, where ( tano, also of Tampa, were arrested I
Rudolph Crawford and son : he// lectures.I I I
delivered several
3 $1221 \ 1'112t I |spent Thursday to Saturday Lawtey Junior High School At present he is Sunday |I|I in the same February Nationally Advertized
I -Frances Hamilton. 23 case but no informations Brands .
iwith Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Tac- |
County wide- Verna Dem- School superintendent and |i. were filed against them by BIG: BIG-SAVINGS
I cia in Opalocka, and Mrs.
: $ chairman of the Church
ow// I I Charles Guarraia at Miami orest, elementary'supervisor,.:I Board of the Daytona Chris- I the state. t Reg. $6.98'to $14.98 _
arrested
_
I Beach. and: L. H. Gibson secondarysupervisor. tian Church. wife The three men were : _ _
I His has also by Bradford County sheriff's (
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmond- !i been writer of _
a Sunday i 18 when
-- deputies on S.R. t..i'
I son, Mrs. H. C. Brown, and| The 19 teachers receivingthe I'J School materials. NOW ,
ONLY 'j they were stopped for a check .
Mrs, Junius Smith are attend-i merit pay this year constitute 'j I : .1r.. Leavitt will teach the '! '
their Mexico license. Dep-
ing the Southeastern Hospital 1 less than half of the I on
II Young Adult Class at 9:45: ,
... I : uties found 210 gallons ofi
((Conference in Atlanta, J\Iay'1-3.1 30 per cent set by the legis- and: Mrs. Leavitt will teach ) $4.88 to $12.88
I shine in trailer being
horse I
: Mrs. D. .E. Langston of; lature as eligible to receive Mthe";; Women's 'Class. At 10:45': i' a Larder's. Train Case $4.98
$ pulled by Harry
9S 'Moncks Corner S. C. and Mrs.' Thirty per cent of the county's.i!I, he will deliver the message ;, 1955 Chevrolet. Charles Lanier 2P' Case $5.9& .
Moody Mims of Sumter, S. C. 156 teachers amounts to 51 i for the morning worship ser-
.. and apitano were arrested -
were weekend guests of Mrs. and County SuperintendentHarmond j vice. I 24" Case .- $8.9
I' on the same charge I
:. Arlen McKnight. P. Morgan says that I .
; Everyone is invited to bring''. of moonshine 26"
hauling later Case $9.98
\
'Your To Leisure'SHORT -
-- :Mrs. Newell Alderman of:l .Bradford will probably have.nearly dinner to be shared at 1 p.m. I I' the same day. : Passport
Jacksonville was an overnight: that many teachers '
,, t The afternoon session will J Also in Circuit Court Satur-
her qualifying for the raise next : .
guest of i
Sunday son-in-law .
: start at 2:15 at which time i day Otis Brown of Starke was SLEEVE
U daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J., year. Many teachers did not BOYS
land i Mr. Leavitt will
answer ques- sentenced to an indeterminate
,
,
F ci4cutdkGJi1 Denmark. :, take the National Teacher'sExamination
I
: I IE. 'LtiOnS and there will be a dis- sentence of six to 18 months ; .Short Sleeve
I :Mrs. J. M. Vickers and I, in time to receive -
I cussion
program. in the State Prison at Raiford
i daughter, Janice, of BrunsI -,, the raise this school SPORTSHIRTS
Everyone is invited to attend ''on forgery charges. Brown SPORT
: 5 to 9 CUPAUTOMATIC I wick Ga. were weekend guests i, term. SHIRTS
the Homecoming services I 1 was convicted of passing a .
of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adaiiisjwhile j Because of improvements in '
I = at the First Christian Church forgei check for $11.50 in the .
PERCOLATOR Jean Vickers was visiting -i the county's average daily at- I 6-16
; on W. Call St. Starke Builder's Supply last _
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Den-' tendance Bradford can expect : .,') .
.. Enjoy delicious, full-flavored coffee made with automati I mark and family. to increase its number of. ,f' April 2.beckoning __# J

: ease. This excitingly beautiful coffee maker starts perking Mr. and Mrs. :Merrill Ed- teachers by four, up to 160'j j t: CARD OF THANKS j! Q' $$100

: in I less than.a minute,and shuts off when coffee is ready *wards and family were Satnr-i i next year thus making 48 | ;I handsNot a sigh. '. ; :#
[day evening supper guests of[ teachers eligible for the merit The family of A. B. White-
:. to.. serve. Its. sleek, tapered lines glisten with aluminum not a murmur, as the white ; .
I Mr. and Mrs. James Kinchen at: raise. _'_ .. head would like to thank our I Variety of Handsome Styles
gates opened wide the feet
brilliance. Black handle and base. :
: plastic No-drip spout.. t Santa Fe Lake. j host of friends: for the prayers, '

_. .-.- :Mrs Annie Hollingsworth I food, and ,kindness shown to of our that little precious' darling side.hastenedto Gently Many with 2 Pockets ; ._ !E ;SOUR

Visited her daughter Mrs. Richard FFA BanquetI us during the time of sadness r
I He holds and sooths him, and
: Fox in Gainesville Tuesday. : when our son, Larry White- REG.
.. all his tears He $1.98 HandkerchiefsFOR
dries away.
_ V* IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO, BETTER AT" :Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins and grandson head! was killed. Words can-
From Page 1] whispers to him dearly "Mom
Jimmy Guy, of Gainesvillewere not our feelings for
express ,
: in Rome, Ga. from Thursday presented by S. L. PeekJr. kindness. and Dad' will come to. claim '
Denmark Furniture were your
him for their son again some-
1.1
Company! I ; to Sunday where Jimmy: ., president of. the Florida ;> In the brightness of the day." 2 for 53.DO 1 10 $$100I
made his application for admittance Bank at Starke.
p 4- of Starke .. : ... -. I springtime to f ir. and! ..dia- [Written Sunday a. m.. .
to Berry College ini' Public Speaking Awards",, tant lands, has gone our March 31. 1963 by Marjtll:

September. presented by Conner Insur-"' little Larry, to his Saviour's Dobbs.] iI





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; SDAT, MAY 2, 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE. THREE


\ I i iI r ,
v
I Round-up LuncheonAt I +;.

I II I Green RanchThe WHAT, WHEN I tI


annual Round-Up, given, AND WHERE r z

I each year by Mr. and Mrs. L.| r e,
J. Green, was held Saturday! t 3 Y f fI

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 9640631I !at their ranch near Starke. 3Iay6 1 I I I

I At noon a barbecue :5teakj'! Junior Wtman's Club, 8 p. ,- 1' -
R
and chicken dinner was served, m., club house. '

by Mrs. Green assisted by Mrs.| Elks meeting, 8 p. m., Lodge Y 3 t .

;' E. W. Prevatt, :Miss Becky! Y .7p' )'< .
Y Hall.Eastern i i """ .
r '
'; Dinkins, Mrs. Charles Dinkins,] t Star, 8 p. m., Masonic -| : t -I '" '..
.
Mrs. J. R Hixon, Mrs. G. T.| 91 Temple. \ 1 f'.t: ''> '-

,Huggins, Mrs Cleo Hiekey| 3Iay 7 j f ..

> II'and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cun- Starke Elementary PTA, a /
.
t ti. rJ
,_
!ningham. 7:30: m., Cafetorium. _
p. ,, : r iii?
1{ 7yM.M +' i''I Forty-one guests enjoyed the, k SouthsideElementary PTA, a,. .- i. I
: .
,
Y s I[affair, including Rev. and Mrs. 7:30 p. m. Cafetorium. : + -it. "4"

i [''John Brabham and children, I May 8 I : __ !I rwe _.,,, : . /.
__ :
Mt4 j l After the barbecue lunch, horse I I May Breakfast, 12 noon,) .-_ r !! i ."". :"
{ N .
,1 !'racing was enjoyed. ;. !Starke Woman's Club. i'iI Katherine Peek (I left) and Carolyn Crews admire the May Pole centerpiece rxyjt:.is .. -
;1 ry -- --
.x 4. I which decorated the 5th Annual Garden Club Flower Show last weekend. The

,,WCTU Meeting Junior Hi MYF I Slay Pole was also the centerpiece for the first flower show five years ago. Mrs. Jessie Young stands by her arrangement

'! of The Kabuki which won first I
3 Held TuesdayA ]Enjoys CookoutThe I
State President Flower Show Winners Announced 1 prize in the Japanese Class of the Artistic

0r of the Laura Junior-Hi members _I ...._ .... .......A1 I'A..AA" n..h
meeting To Be Honor Guest oft I, h> Sction:: vi me out .nUlIual UiuuruIUU

Scott Union WCTU was held) the Methodist Youth Fellow-'(, "The Dance of the Flowers," the horticulture division on pot- Show last weekend in the Starke Woman's

Tuesday afternoon, Apr. 23, in At May BreakfastMrs. J Ji ship had a weiner roast and the Starke
S the theme used for ted _plants went to Mrs. V. R. Club. Mrs. Young aloo"on the sweepstakes -
the Gospel Tabernacle. Follow- hamburger fry last Saturday I
Garden Club's fifth annual
-- I Mrs LeClerc Brown in the Artistic Division for having
Mrs.i J. R. Glover, presidentof the home of their. I Ferguson;
I ing the devotional by I evening at 'flower show, transformed the
Mr. And Mrs. B. S. Outlaw Celebrate !Charles Oehrig, a business ses the Florida Federation of sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.I I'auditorium of the Starke' Wom- received the award of meritin the most blue ribbons. Mrs. Ed Prevatt.

I I Women's Clubs, will be the 'I president of the Garden Club, won the
I sion was conducted by Mrs. J Thompson Jr. an's Club into a flower garden the cut flower horticulture 1
Golden
Wedding Anniversary Saturday I II' the annual -
guest speaker at
i T Quigley. StarkeWoman's After the supper the 12'llast Saturday and Sunday. division; and,David Jordan won sweepstakes in the Horticulture DUIsion.
Breakfast of the
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Outlawimain tea table was overlaid I Telegrams were.sent to members May Club .young folk enjoyed a scavenger| At the entrance of the club, the junior exmoits achievement

Sr. of Jacksonville, an imported, tan of the legislature urging I on Wednesday 'hunt and played a commercial:|guests were greeted by dan- award for outstanding exhibitsin
formefiwith, linen j support of a bill to ban the May 8, at the club house. guessing game. ited:; and Mrs. Arthur 1t i. Kum- served luncheon to the Judges
cing flower girls made of colored I
I
Starke residents, celebratedcloth, with lace insertions. It the artistic division.
i Glover has served her t of the club
: Mrs.
I sale of in mer and Mrs. Carcaba of SL clerks, and officers
liquor {
; their golden wedding anniver- was centered by a large yellow) intoxicating vice- crepe paper with smiling The show, which has a "stand
Lakeland first
club in of the Woman'sClub.
as accredited. the sunroom
II both
service stores. Augustine, jin
sary Saturday afternoon, Apr. and white floral arrangement. family president: and as president. She I Elks To Meet i'faces mounted on a large pla ard" rating, was judged by: { The judges were presented -
:
arrangement I Several new members were card. The stage was a focal Pound W. J. Clerks for the judges were,
j ;Balancing the Pdlk I Mrs. C. A. :Mrs.
chaplain for the ed with personal gifts from
entertamed was
the roll in Monday NightThe
added
to
j were two silver candelabrawith April. and .point with a tall May pole Hoskins, and :Mrs.V. W. Edwin Williams Mrs L.
Federation
i' :1 i' The next meeting will be held County parli- 'with baskets of flowers at the V. Hardin, Mrs. Bertha Langthe club.
honor Wom all and
; at the Lakeshore tall white tapers. A silver amentarian of District Nine.,. Elks club will meet at 8 Hampton, accredited
I I an's Club in Jacksonville. Hosts coffee service was at one end in May When Mrs. Edward Clark in the hall.'!end of each colored streamer, Mrs'R. R. Beauchamp and Mrs. Mrs. Russell Norman, Mrs. Ed; During the show hours on
lodge
re- m. Monday ,
p. Saturday and Sunday, members
on this occasion were R. H. of the table, and at the other I in which extended from the top George Fitz, both associates,'Prevatt, Mrs. Bill Costello
interested the
second members
signed as vicepresidentof All DJ!of the Little Women's Club as-
: Outlaw, Jacksonville, B. S.:end were silver rays holding ,.: Florida Federation, Mrs. building fund are asked to at-i of the pole to the floor. all of Gainesville, Mrs. Henry I'Miss Dorothy Ross, Mrs. J. '

t j Outlaw Jr., Melbourne, L. H.'small decorated cakes. t Glover was appointed to fill,tend. j i Four groupings highlighted!Raattama of LaCrosse, accred-,Doyle, and Mrs. Paul Raymond. sisled as hostesses.

Outlaw, Starke, and Mrs. Paul, The two punch tables, cov-1 V.4 P r/y I Pr 1q'"Z,=r iY QGk Q her unexpired term and then I Attending the Etys Work(the flower show with Mrs. M.!ited; :Mrs. James R. Moore of I After the judging Saturday The show was under the direction

Sullivan linen rvI ,F. Hazen winning the associate H. M. the hostess committee '' Mrs. Vernon Smuck-
Kbsimmee. ered with cutwork cloths, served as first vice-president.:Clinic at the Gainesville Lodgeon tri-colorl'(:Ocala, ; Mrs. ;I morning, of

A beautiful yellow, white,'were centered with crystal She has taught English and! Sunday were Tommy Lewis, award for the. best arrangement Baker of Jacksonville, accred. under Mrs. Garl Mathews' third vice-president,

and gold color motif was carried punch bowls surrounded by \ and Mrs. R. F. Young; -
Bible literature in Lakeland Meed Lewis, Robbie Shaller,
out in the : I v twinning the sweepstakes for
artistic arrangements greenery sprayed with gold
public schools. She is a mem-,and Maxie Kelly. Dinner was' i
of roses, pompoms,,flecks. On these tables were her artistic arrangement. t ti
Gaines-
II ber of Delta Kappa Gamma!served at noon by the
and back I silver .I Mrs. Ed Prevatt, presi '
gladioli against a trays holding dainty and American Association oft'ville Elks.Services. er
ground of palms and greenery!:sandwiches, nuts, and mints. z r u'Y University Women. dent of the club, won the i D q '. \

throughout the auditorium. I I Presiding at the punch bowls :Mrs. Glover's gracious man- sweepstakes in the horticulture : "'.,... ?f. .l\Erl' '
Guests were, greeted at the were Mrs. Cory Zorn and Mrs. HeldWednesday division; the award of merit in: J"roo tt 'f' ,
ner, her poise, and dignity and I I ..;. ::;-:
door by Mrs. Alton of C. E. Russell. coffee \ I'. _
Wright Pouring For fi1' : I' '
I I her
outstanding leadership ability : : :- ... \.e; \ /
'" ,1 *
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Jim:: during the appointed hours will ..f; vyY 'A'sr : -: v}: ;\11 1':.
make her an inspiring Local AttorneyTo : .... ) :
Reddish; Infant : I.t. .. \j \ ,h
.
Chasteen of Starke. Standingin were Mrs. Lee Brophy, Mrs. t -: -1
'
the receiving line were :Mr.: !Mack Fores, and Mrs. D. L. r speaker for the May Break Be HonoredAt l'f.;..:r"... :J" "rJ7.1{ 1JR\I\ '; "' J "I!Ii'
..
.f
and Mrs Outlaw Sr., Mr. and:,Thomas.. Mrs. B. T. Thomas p. zt' I fast.Hostesses for the Breakfast Clinton Keith Reddish, infant ConventionFloyd f\t 1"'.1'of ,,) :::;{;I\ : : ,- I

Mrs. R. H. Outlaw, Mr. and teas i in charge of refreshments, which will be served at 12 noon?:; son of Keith C. and San \ -,,,. (. "J'\1.\ ...-,'\t
Starke
dra Solano Reddish of ,
Mrs. B. S. Outlaw Jr. Mr.
''
and was assisted by Mrs. J. R. are; Mrs. C. J. Houpt, Green, Starke attor- )St: \i
and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, and chair-I' died in a Jacksonville Hospital P.llS': \ ) r&/

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sullivan.,:Chasteen. Assisting in servingwere man chairman, and Mrs.,Mrs.R. A. Noegel,1) Tuesday morning. I ney, will be honored at the f : '". "t A.-.(;.. \ ,/ J!..,:....., And,, To 1'cwP
)
; Stanley f" "
Also in the receiving line were granddaughters of the Besides his parents he is forthcoming annual convention -- # \. : Ji. 'i- .'
II Mrs. E. L. Mathews, Mrs. Ju of the Florida Bar As-
H., D. Outlaw of Center Hill, honored couple,. Charlene Out- lian McRae survived by his paternal I
1 Mrs. Robert Green, sociation in Miami Beach,
and R.
grandparents, Mr. Mrs.
and a'onville Mrs. Beach W. O., Brack who of Jack- law, Ellen Outlaw, and Theresa{iMartha Jean Allen Mrs. Eugene Williams, Mrs. T. L. Reddish, and maternal I May 1-5, when special tribuateis
were at-'
Sullivan. H. Slade, Mrs. Charles Schmitt, to members.Mr. .
paid
f t'endants at the marriage of I Is EngagedTo grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 50-year
the honored Invited to call between the Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. Wallace Solano all of Starke. Green received his T.T.B LOW EVERYDAY PRICES ON FIRST QVAi1j'
couple
fifty years
Phillip OdomMr. Gilbert Newcomb, Mrs. P. G. held degree from the University of
in Jacksonville.The appointed hours, three to five Funeral services were
ago
Felos, Mrs. J. H. DuPre, :Mrs. in the Florida College of Law. He'
Wednesday
at 2
-
beautifully appointed o'clock, were 300 guests. and Mrs. Sidney Allen. p.m.
Charley E. Johns, Miss Della Heilbronn Baptist Church i was admitted to practice in DAN
R VER
Jr. of Live Oak announce the' and SHEETS
Rosenberg, Mrs. T. G. with Rev. Charles H. Harvey 1911.

Recent Births Madison BaptistsSet engagement and approaching I Ritch. officiating. Interment was in Seventy lawyers, all active
I of their I
marriage daughter
t i the family plot in Conner members of the' Florida Bar,
Mr. and .Mrs. T. B. Harding', HomecomingThe Martha Jean, to Philip Odom,I Bradford County Cemetery, with DeWitt C. admitted to practice in Flor-
I son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dan- 72x108
Jr of Odenton, Md., former Jones Funeral Home in chargeof ida for 50 years or more, will ; ,
M Madison Street Baptist iel Odom Jr. of Starke. Employees To 81x99
arrangements. be honored at special ceremonies 177
Starke residents, announce the Church will hold its annual i The wedding will be an eventof '
during the Saturday Twin Fitted
M birth of a son, James Bennett,i iI Homecoming Day on Sunday, Sunday, June 30, at four Get Polio VaccineA morning business assembly on

Apr. 28. May 5. All friends, interested o'clock in the First Baptist Local Special a
i i large number of Bradford the convention at the Americana
people former members, and Church. A reception will be !Forces Men
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Countians
employed in Gainesville
members are invited and urg- {held immediately after the. ,
Bradford County Hospital announces are expected to join with r .- 81x108
1 ed to attend Sunday Schoolat ceremony in the educational Begin TrainingThree REVIVAL TO STARTAT r 197
'I Alachua County residents this ORDouble
the following births: Wor-
9:45: ajn., Morning building.
Mr. and Mrs Robert James I I ship, 11 a.m. and dinner on I All friends and relatives are Sunday for the first mass administration members of 2nd Op. PLEASANT HOPE Fitted (I
of the Sabin
Shannon Jr., Starke, a son,' the grounds at 12:30. The afternoon invited to attend both the wed Oral Vaccine for infantile new Detachment A, Co. C, 20th I Revival services will be held
will be spent in fel- and para- at Pleasant Hope New Con- "
ding
left
reception.HousePartY Special Forces, of Starke,
Robert James Shannon III?! I 42x36in. Pillow Cases. .44c
lowship and renewing ac- lysis.The gregational Methodist ChurchI
28. vaccine will be admin- May 1 for three weeks active
Apr. I quaintances. I starting May 5 at 7:30: p.m. Finest Qualify/ Muslin, Greater
GivenAt i
istered in 26 for training at Fort Ben-
clinics duty
Mrs. Noubar special -
Mr.
and Ralph The church is located three Strength, longer Wear
I sponsored Kazarian, Starke, a daughter,'Carp's Dept. Store Kingsley Lake miles north of Starke on U.s. L Wide Tape Selvages, Closely
I County :Medical Society, Joseph N. Warren, Sgt. Wil- 301. Rev. Homer Salters will -' Sewn Hems
Adrienne Ted, Apr. 27. Mrs. throughout Alachua liam E. Dampier, and Cpl.
|Names Asst. Mgr. Miss Barbara Blankenshipwas County. be the speaker. Everyone is
Kazarian is the former Miss, hostess to 14 girl friendsat Dr. Billy Brashear, president Millard R. Judd Jr. welcome.

Markleyann Johns, daughter oft George T. Stabler, formerlyof a house party at the Wil of the society, says "If we can The three men will attend w

Sen. and Mis. Charley E. Johns.I Monroeville Ala., is the new liam's cottage on Kingsley immunize at least 85 per cent the special course for Special CARD OF THANKS r a irdseye Diapers

assistant of Carp's,Lake last Saturday and Sun- of those persons living or work-I Forces, including jump school.
manager We, the children and family I
CEMETERY WORKING ing here, we can completely and other infantry training REG. 1.99 DOZ.
Department Store in Starke. day.Guests ; of Mrs. Maggie Norman Clem-1
I eliminate polio in Alachua three weeks.
included eight friends during the I
There will be at
working
a Mr. Stabler arrived in Starke ons wish to send our thanks ) 2DOZ3 1.55 ,
the Beulah Church "Old Cem- I,from Starke and classmates County permanently" Those graduating will be I Super Soft Cotton
to all of those
last weekend with his wife and, He explained that all who sent flowers 27xZ7-in. Hemmed DOZ.
etery" on Saturday, May 11. : from Jacksonville University.The persons qualified to jump from air- food and showed other j
Everyone Interested in the six-months-old son, Stanley, girls enjoyed swimming, regardless of age, should take! craft, as all qualified special kindnesses
berea-
cemetery is asked to please and they are residing in Pine-!i skiing, and refreshments during all three doses of the oral vaccine -i' forces personnel are requiredto vement. May during our our Father in ,
haven Subdivision. the two-day outing. even if they have had ths do. '
come and help clean it up. I Salk vaccine shots. I Ii i t!: Heaven be with you always.


l I I give"The permanent Sabin; Oral immunity Vaccine and .:: ,_." ..: -<:.. ,:;,- --.:. :. ,., --..".-'- ., -.- ---- .-- ', j '. -' ". -...............- ..- -'- -::... .. ..-:':' -, '. .., --'-' -.---' -.'--- ,-. '---'--,,...,/-> '-'-.,-, '-'-... --1IIIIIo--! --'. .. -
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Some men are MAGNETS eliminates the carriers of the; -II

disease," Dr. Brashear explained -'. The

Salk vaccine is effective)' .
. Y for MONEY! .
only in immunizing the individual | i

'- -- against polio, and each!

individual must continue to (
,
141- take booster shots throughout]

- Yy his lifetime to retain immunity.If'E TO BETTER ERVICE

I i Industries and institutionsin >

1 l Alachua County are urging,! ,

all of their employees to take!4

\ l advantage of this opportunity,

to obtain the Sabin vaccine I

: "We particularly hope that|

the many Bradford County I $ PRICE 12

families who work in Alachua|
County will join in taking the''!
Men who attract money-making .
vaccine, Dr. Brashear said 9

opportunities usually share cpa The vaccine is given on aj! TUNE-UP AUTO. IRAN. SERVICE

small lump of sugar and is''! $450$

thing in common: they HAVE I virtually tasteless and odor-! (Minor) CHANGE TRANS.

You can build less. To help defray costs, aj; 6CylinderPlus Parts OILS (
money. up your
donation of 25 cents dose $
per : When you drive your car in Gateway CheADJUST BAl'tDSrolet $895
magnetism by opening is being asked, but the Alachua, -CYLINDERSlightly Higher 0
money for Service, you are then in the Most ADJUST LINKAGE
Medical will underwriter
Society
a savings account at our banK the cost of anyone who cannot' Complete Repair Shop in North Florida. Includes New Trans. Fluid

afford to FRONT END We repair all makes and models with Gen

t and by making regular deposit.l pay. ;I uine Factory Parts. This, combined with BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
The 26 clinics will be ,open, $
1 at various points in Alachua, ALIGNMENT $650 I our Factory Trained Men assures you of a FREE WITH ANYSPECIAL

THERiC X3TKIKG( :; 511E!! LIKE{ fcYiNS: \ MONEY IN THE B/.NK! !! County from noon until 6 p. mon \ Better Job at the lowest possible Price. !

Sunday, May 5; Sunday

June-; and Sunday, July 14..

Since polio is caused by any*' ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES DRIVE IN TODAY!

FLORI DA one of three types of virus, it''

is necessary for everyone to

become immune to all three:


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It is stressed that this vac", BUYS! X iET

One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group cine is completely safe and has,' 301-NORTH-STARKE PHONE 964-3900
been given to nearly 400 mil-


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I ; \ :t.PAGEFOUR__ __ -- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH; STARKE, FLORIDA% THURSDAY; MAY 2, 1963


t \ t ..- I The only shadow left ,on Invitational Vasco Forsyth
i
I ; ( :District Track I the marks' is the fact that RECREATION NEWS Heads LocalFishing'Contest

i Register ran in second pjlace Golf Tourney I

when he set both of them. In 4rTcJ'.ui.U

I 1 '! Meet Set Sat. behind the century Richards at Ribault of he Bolles ran Set May 17-19 ,

attend. I Vasco Forsyth of Starke is
Terrell's Gulf Coca Cola Tops
: who posted a 9.9 and in the Golf : -_.- high man in the North Flor-
The first Invitational : :
, At Forrest High Keystone Conference meet Tournament sponsored by the Leads Men Dixie BaseballThe We need to get organized so I ida Fishing Contest with a 12
: \ ( that the league can get start-
Wednesday he ran behind Starke Golf & Country Club CcwotJ41v5(- : pound, 12 ounce black bass
Softball ed. Games will be played Mon-
Marcus Rhoden of ..Macclennywho will be played here May 17, LeagueThe standings for the Jay- entry, weighed in last week.
day nights ife can get !
1 Hoping that injuries to four I posted times of 9.9 and 18, 19, according to announ- men's softball leaguesaw cee Dixie Youth Baseball enough to form a league. Second high is Lewis Smithof

l. .. key men will be healed in 21.8.Freeman's cement by the club pro, Ho- League as of Monday April Melrose with an 11 pound,
i. plenty of action this past I' We would like to at
in the 220 is have
21.9 '
time Coach David Hurse will mer Wood. Last Thursday's Ladies Day 30 are as follows: 4 oz. bass, and L. B. [Red
take his thlnclad charges to the fastest time in that eventin The Pro-Am Tournamentwill Event was a Speck Tourna-I| week ,with six' games being i W L I leas two teams from Starke. Alvarez of Starke is third

I I I: Forrest High School in Jacksonville the state in Class A. He be played Friday: May 17, ment. Points were received for i played. On Tuesday defeated night1Terrell's Natural : Coca Cola ?. . 3 0 : Starke. Brooker has a team : with a 10 lb. 5 oz. bass.

Saturday. May 4, to won't have to compete against with cash prizes for the pros longest drive, first on green Gas Gulf, 16 to 6. Indepen-- : Florida Pest. . 2 1 and we would like to see Law The only entry in other

: compete in the annual district Rhoden in the state meet and merchandise prizes for I and fewest putts. The winner I John's Oil ...-.--... 2 2 with classes i is a 2 1 H>.. 6 oz speckled

f track meet. since Baker County is classified the winning amateurs. Entry I was Gerry Everett with 18 f dents of eased 10-9-by Lawtey by the ]! Lawtey . . . 1 1 tey come up one. perch, entered by O'Neil Mat-
scoie Thursday night
) The Tornadoes have won in the B group. fee will be $40 per team.A I points. Congratulations to a Garden Restaurant defeated j'! Starke Builders .1 2 tox of Jacksonville.

I : the event for the 'past two Still another school record 36-hole Medal Play Tour-I new member of the Associa ; I Raiford . . .- 0 3 Surprise AuctionIs
I Brooker 20 to 15. Terrell'sGulL j
1 -years and went on to win the that Register holds is his time nament will be played May tion.Reservations defeated Lawtey 15 to 1. j! Schedule Enjoyed By Guardsmen CompeteIn

jstate Class A championship in of 51.8 in the 440-yard dash 18-19; 18 holes Saturday, and I are in for the Friday night Garden Restaurant Thursday May 2- Raifordvs.

f 1961 and missed that laurel set last year in the P. K. 18 Sunday. Trophies will go I May 9th Invitational at Ocala. defeated Natural Gas Starke Builders Supply at Senior CitizensThe Pistol MatchesS.

i : last year by only 2& points. Yonge Invitational, the only to the first three players in Those planning to attend I' Starke. "

S Injuries to key men, however time in the last two years he each of six flights. Entry fee from Starke are Gertie Mc- 22-8. Independents defeated 3-Coca Colavs. I Senior Citizens Club met Sgt. Virgil Jordan and
Brooker 14 to 4. Friday, May
( : may !hamper their chances -S ran in that event. The time will' be $10 each. Rae. Lillian Bishop, Marvalen League Standings W L GTerrell's Florida Pest Control. I Tuesday Apr. 23, in the StarkeWoman's Sp-4 Travis Alvarez, members

this year. Runners Ken was also a PKY Invitational All entry fees include a Wood, Bernice Epps, Shirley I Club for a brief business of 622nd Ordnance Co.. Florida

I : Terrell and Leonard Dugger I--m..m_, record last'year but was tied dinner and dance'on Satur- Johns, Carolyn Eaves, Lois! Gulf .. .4 0 Monday May 6-John's Oil 'I session, followed by a sur-; National Guard, left May
\ Garden Rest..3 1 1 vs. Starke Builders Supply. prise package auction. Thirtysix 1 for 12 days of active dutyat
: Mclntire Iva
are still fighting pulled thigh this season. 18. Ann Wingate
day May
I
Sets Brooker . .,. 2 2 2 Tuesday, May 7-Coca-Cola members attended the meet Fort Benning, Ga. where
muscles and Tom Gardner ,is Register Register also regularly anchors Fees should be mailed to j Smith, Virginia Shannon, Independents .... ..2 2 2 i
: again having foot trouble the the 880-yard. relay team Bill tournament chair- I Gerry Everett. Gladys Hobbs: vs: Starke Builders Supply. ing. they will take part in the
Epps. Natural Gas. ... 1 3 3 .1'
effects of a broken ankle received and was a member of the and Dot Sheppard. Good luck Thursday, May 9Florida During the business session Third Army Rifle and Pistol
man, in care of the Florida Lawtey . . 0 4 4
: during football season. Dash Records team thaf set the school record Bank at Starke.All to each of them. Schedule Pest Control vs. Raiford at :the club voted to change the! Matches.

: Another key man who is still of 1:31.8 that still stands.It facilities The pool is scheduled to Raiford. Johns Oil vs. Lawteyat i I The local Guardsmen will
club privileges and Thursday, MaY' 2 -Lawtey meeting dates from the first
: a Question mark is pole vaulter was set in the state ,meetin will be to those open May 11. More on this Starke. I be competing against other
open Natural Gas Terrell'sGulf
0 Lynwood Walters who is Senior speedster Freeman 1961, the year the Torna- playing in the tournament, next week. vs. Garden Restaurant; ; I Friday, May 10-CocaColavs. and fourth Tuesday nights to Guardsmen, Army personnel,

: also hampered with a pulled Register, shown above, has does won the state, by Tom- including use of the new Men, don't forget the Invitational Friday vs., May 3 -Garden Raiford at Starke. the first Thursday and fourth and Reserve personnel in the

-thigh muscle. been busy all season' setting bo Smith. Marion' Cottle, swimming pool for the entire here May 17th, I Restaurant vs Lawtey, Brook I' Tuesday. Third Army Rifle Match. Win-

Unless the injuries to Terrell ; and then re-setting his own" Charles McLeod, and Register. family. 18th, and 19th. Mail entries' Natural Gas. Women's Softball During the social hour, a ners of this match will attend
er vs.
Dugger, and Gardner Bradford High' School records to Bill Epps, Tournament I I the National Match at Camp
Tuesday May number of packages
surprise
; lear by Saturday the Torna in the 100 and 220-yard dashes. .... Chairman, care Florida Bank I 7-Terrell'sj League MeetingSet
'r) .i Gulf Garden Restaurant I I Perry, Ohio.
;
: xs. !
does'. chances In all three relays r: .:.: at Starke. i were auctioned off and then
I Runs .. ,. Lawtey vs. Brooker at Brook Friday NightThere
; Lawson
: 4 l the 880. mile and sprint .. everyone enjoyed playing bingo.
Last week at the Ribault
: '! medley will be severely limit- pa Noegel's Wins er. I :Members in
13 feet ', Invitational Register: shaved a Thursday. May 9NaturalGas will be a Women's I having birthdays Let Us
I ed. Walters cleared '
consistently in the pole vaultearly tenth of a second off his 100- Record Mile /., ," Over PoliceIn vs. Independents; Ter- Softball organizational meet-i April were recognized with a'

yard dash time down to 10 rell's Gulf vs. Brooker atj j ing at the re reation office !,cake and other refrehments. i; SAVEYour
I t in the season but his
I flat for a new school record Mixed Bowling Starke. i: Friday, May 3. at 7:30 p.m. j l '
leg has prevented him from All persons 50 years of age
: and then tied it this week at Friday. May 10 Garden I All ladies 18 years of age and SolesCOURT I
.training in recent weeks putting "He has the ability to win !
the Conference Noegel's 301 took four or over are invited to join the
Keystone Restaurant vs. Independents; up that are interested in playing I '
: ,j a question mark on how Meet in Gainesville.Also against the best boys in the tn- points from Police Department Lawtey vs. Natural Gas.__ I I softball. please plan to ,I club. I Q
nigh he can go Saturday. He in Wednesday .
state. Coach David Hurse ..' to gain first place -
has not gone over 12 feet in in the Keystone meet Night Mixed League Cemetery with Helm Funeral TIlE RIGHT POINT for the !
of junior miler Hal Law- Mr. 74
the past few meets. Wednesday the speedster low- says II j Starling, Home of Green Cove { '
Springsin
I
I bowling this week. way you write. Come in and ,
-
41 ered the boom on his 220-yard son who last week in the Ii 1 : SHOE REPAIR
"The team with the most I Charles Schaefer led 301 charge of arrangements. 1 ESTER-j
select
dash mark when he ran a 219. Fletcher Invitational set a : 9.* Services fIeld your favorite
will win the meet, utwe're 479,
depth with a high series of I 126 North Court St.
not as concerned with three tenths of a second bet- school record of 4:36.3.: tkc '- while Rudolph::! Hutcheson pa- I Speech Winners I' BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGR.Wll. Opposite Court House
!
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ter than his old record of 22.2 .
I _.winning as we are with plac- After Hurse had kept him ced the losers with a 473., William Starling, 74, a lifelong -

--ing.--,' our boys where we need set in the state meet last otf the mile for several weeks ;kk; '. I B '& G Truck Stop moved resident of Clay County, Presented At RotaryTwo I

.....them to win at the state year. His previous best this t ..- .: :.:a into second place by taking died Saturday at Green Cove .
year had. been a 22.5 at the I because he couldn't get his '.c j I Ii high school winners of \ -- '-
I
Nm' meet Coach Hurse said Tues- four points from Town Fi Springs. He was a retired .
=:;day. He said he would build Fletcher Invitational.sail timing down, the tall lanky I nance. Vernon Buff led the farmer and an active member i r rand recent speaking contests were I SUPER _
i'V: :- .
__ around that premise but that junior came back with that ; winners to a great victory by deacon of the Black Pond' presented at the Rotary Club I SPORTS ---- -:_ -
I '
==winning the district is secondary the discus up to 136 feet. time which was 5.2 seconds k'p( : :: rolling a series of 555 and & I Baptist Church. I j Wednesday Harland Sprowof I _

..... to qualifying as many :Barring unhealed injuries under his previous Bradford _c% ...% l'high game of 235. Larrl Noe- j, Survivings are his widow,'I! the BHS faculty. I U 50"I =--=4E 1 --:-- :-

:men as possible for the state the 880-relay team of Terrell,I High School record of 4:41.5.: : *. JI gel was high for the losers' Mary Starling of Middleburg; I John Odom. winner of the --

meet. The first three places Gardner, Gene Pass, and Register + with a series of 484. three daughters, Mrs. Ruby FFA speaking contest, discus-

:: 1,m every event will qualify to is expected to come I While running the half :I Draw Tite came from the I Everett of Green Cove; Mrs. sed the importance of water-

%participate in the state. through. That combination I i mile, where he was shifted bottom and moved into fifth Minnie Lee Taggart Middle- sheds in conservation practices -

The Tornadoes figure to be minus Terrell, covered the when removed from the mile, I place by taking three points burg; and. kMrs. Louvinia ,.
I and Miss Eugenia Ekard,
i strong and win points Saturday half mile in the respectabletime Lawson turned in a time of : from Winkler's Electric. Bob Starling" Green Cove; four i

1 in the three relays, the of 1:33.1 two weeks ago 2:05.6.: the fourth best in BHS Firth set the pace for Draw sons, Richard Dennis and : winner of the American Legion -

"., J| pole vault. ,shot put discus. in the Ribault Invitational. history. The 880-yard recordis 'Tite with a 429 series, whileE. I William Harvey, both of Mid- ; Oratorical Contest, spoke

",* and the 100 and 220-yard Gardner, Terrell, Dugger, held by Mike Darby at A. Winkler led the losers dleburg; Clarence Neal and j I on constiutional government. -

dashes, Hurse says. and Pass will form the combination 2:02.3.: with 439. CyrI Horace Starling, both I Both speakers handled their I -;-
Senior Freeman Register has Gardner's Gulf behind I .
of Jacksonville four brothers j I
for the sprint medley After his record at Fletcher : subject matter and also their
: hit 10 flat in the century and Frank Jarvis' 607 3-game series Johnnie, of Eagle Lake; Joe.
while Billy Dowling, Hal 1 er, Lawson came back at the I hand
f 21.9 ,in, the )\\20 and could I. Lawson, Dugger and Pass took four points from pf, Lawtey; Thomas! and Shel-j, delivery in a very capable I ( __' operated clutch ram injec.
Ribault Invitational to run a __ ?
I i t :? tion car uretion..
manner. y
bring those times down even Coc -Cola Army"Armstrong ton both of'Kingsley Lake; ; .special racing.
are expected to in the :
% run 4:38.8: to come in second be-
vfurther; if he has a good day : led the losers with a 527. 23 grandchildren, and 19 It was announced that the I -- : : : type high compression head of
mile
"and has the right kind of relay. hand Richard Grice of Terry __ "_AWA_....--......._,__"u.... Standings W L greatgrandchildren.Funeral I I W.-i ; aluminum alloy
I club members will meet for
competition, the coach says. Preliminary events in the Parker who had a time of 4:35. I Noegel 301 .-..... .28 16 Develops 5 H.P. at 9,000 R.P.M.
I Lawson held i
services
district meet are expected to He also ran second behind at were luncheon as usual next Wednesday -
Walters is expected to come B&G . . .27 17 I at 2:30 in Black
-k Monday
in the vault and begin at 2:30 p.m. Saturdaywith Fletcher when he set his Starke Police .26& 17% pm. I and then visit the plantof
through pole I year, says Coach Hurse, and Pond Baptist Church with
1 Tom Gardner is almost a sure Fernandina Beach. Green school record; Grice was tim- BHS track fans waiting Gardner's Gulf. 21 23 I Florida Hydrocarbons, Inc. MIFFS TRADING MART
Newton
are Rev. J. .E. Rev. James -
Cove Springs. Bradford High, ,
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4 bet to place in both the shot I ed in at Fletcher at 4:31."He'll : i Draw Tite. .-. 19& 24% near Brooker. The program
Bolles, St. Augustine High, Pa- get it down to 4:31or to see the tall junior live up .... Branch and Rev. E. 5.1
Tornado .1 .
and discus. The Winkler 18 26 Summersill officiating. Burial will be in charge of S. L I 130 N. COURT ST. PHONE 964-1021
.1 strong-man can usually hurl i latka, Bishop Kenny, and Columbia 4:32: or maybe lower this I, to his potential. Town Finance18 26- I
was, in the Kingsley Lake Peek, Jr.
the shot around 50 feet and High participating. Coca-Cola . 17 27 .
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Varsity and junior varsity --i :--L: _
hope that Tom's Shell
cheerleaders for 1964 were
held for overtaking the league- I _
elected this week by the Brad- -
leading Starke Motor Parts' i- --
I ford High School student i -
disappeared as Gem Jewelry M-
bpdy.
took all four points from
Varsity, cheerleaders are
i Tom's in the Men's Commercial -
f I Jane Adams, Reba Hall Marcia I
I I k L I Jjeague this week, giving !I Whittle Suzie Broadway f'I
the championship to Starke i
Hope Holliday, Wanda Wil-
Motor Parts.Terwillegar 1
I liams, Margaret Colson, and _
Motors, in their
match with the league,champs I Suzanne Judd., __ __.;,-r-- --
Junior varsity cheerleadersare d'
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< <: lost three points after gettingoff .::= = -"
Martha Bollinger, Kathy
I "; to a good start ,by taking _- .
Hitchcock, Julie Walker, Ton-
t'to the first point. .
da Dixon. Gail McKinney. -'- : '
I
Food Fair lost its match, to
Joan Williams, Marion Green, '
. : I/fJ ,
Draw-Tite and Russ's Place ."-j: k -- -
Janelle Pollard. .T-
and ;
: 'lost to Noegel Auto Sales. h-----y---. ,, ". --- S
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iT O'Connor Real Estate split ....<.;;; .! .
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and the Starke Utilities vs dt1r # ,-.t. -
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has 'Services -i : -
Starke Telephone match HeldIn i .

been delayed for play on Sun 1. .;. .
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I day. RaitoffJoseph -"
I Next Tuesday will be the 4Ik 1r r ":fi':.i;:::;:.0':: '\:10.i >-. .-' ,'" "::

final match and a position II. Norman, 41, a

night. Since two teams have lifelong resident of Raiford,

not yet finished this week's died Thursday, Apt 25, in a

match, positions cannot be Jacksonville hospital after a

posted now. brief illness. He was the son :

The league voted not to of the late Wesley Norman,

I have a banquet after the and Mrs. Marian Moore. I
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Mr. Norman was employed 4 i
q close of the season, so the I as an instrument mechanic by fr7T ; ,

league awards will be presented -I the DuPont Company and was _.- ,

to the winners and the I member of the Raiford Baptist : ---- .-
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MAKE: YOUR GIFT A TREASURED SURPRISE "iCvitatr Moxza Club Coups '.f
prize money given to each I Church. F. & A. M. Lodge ,
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-- Who needs muscles
team Tuesday night May 14. I No. 82, and the Royal Arch

GiVe. Setter I Masons. He served in the U. '
It. is to have -- --
hoped a - -:- "'\
S- Army from 1936 to 1940, Ii'r take So think :about tnose trips to the B1L
how !It to a cornet -
"sweeper" along with the award Do yon know easy is ,
and in the Navy from 1940 to ? Turn this thiS summer those bright sunny days and
with a- Corvair or park one
presentations.The 1943. balmy moonlit nights. |
ELECTRiCALLVF sideways and it will give :you a -
sweeper would not be sanctioned Surviving are his widow, pretty newspaper good idea. The wheel handles justabout r_ \ And besides, looking at it from a very
Mrs. Joyce Norman of Rai practical point of view, it's Trade 'N'I
but _
competition play
that easily. i
The lively NEW LOOK in gifts is electric! As modem as I ford; two daughters, Sharon The Corvair's engine is m the rear, for' CkEVOLET Travel time right now at your Chevrolet
will be to sanctionedteam t -
Tomorrow. Always in good taste. So practical. so preferred limited 1 Norman Columbus Ohio, and not only greater traction,but more balanced j[ dealer's. He's got some beautiful buys. I
members with pnzes, a- But had better hurry before somebody
Janet Lee Norman. Raiford: distribution.And that's what makes you
weight '
so appreciated. They keep on giving a "helping hand1* warded as set up by the prize I two sons Jimmy, and Joseph the steering so completely effortless. -I_ muscles in ahead of you. Spring's here.Summer's .
And with these
fast.
sporty
_ coming
for years. See the wonderful selection at your favorite store. : committee. I H. Norman Jr.,. both of Rai- The engine is air cooled, too. No radiator _- I 8 good-looking Corvairs selling the way theyoverorfreezinguptoworYabut.1ttake

: I f ford: two sisters, Mrs. Jac- No water or antifreeze. No boiling -_ ---_ : are, he who hesitates will want to kkk

And for that special occasion, make it a treasured surprise. ,- Starke Diamond I queline Han Starke. and Mrs. ,the weather and the terrain as it comes. $ AT\CUR ':,! ;\\\ITDrI'S_ ; himself.

like an electric dishwasher, or clothes dryer, or new flamelesa Squad Defeated 9-3 Ortha Sapp Jacksonville: anda
brother,Thomas Moore, Rai-

." electric range. What could !be nicer? Starke's* baseball team was ford.Funeral services were held CHECK .HIS .TMT DEALS Oil CHEVROLET, GHEVYE, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE


-- defeated by Gainesville Sun- at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the '

fi thjp.tJ cf/aTd I Lv f.gJJ.1.! !htk day 9-3 in Gainesville.The Raiford Baptist Church with .

Y Ai"1..111 tJ.v. J..I (if' i team has another Rev. Allen Price and Rev. GATEWAY\ CHEVROLET INC.

,. It' ...ANO GIFT-GIVING TOO game scheduled this Sunday,. \ Jacob ,Thomas officiating. < : k' ,
Burial was in Sapp Cemetery ,
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." May 5, on the Bradford High, i
POWER & LIGHT Wilson-Brannen Funeral
..FLORIDA. COMPANY I i with U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE 964-3900
School athletic field and admission -
of Lake Butler in
Home
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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1963 BRADFORD-COUJTTT TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE nrI !



TTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTY'PTVVYVYYYYYVVYYY7YY ,: I Rabies Clinic !Mr.Hardenbrook Esterbrook Cartridge and of Uriah Sears Burch, Jr., a |[' Court on or before Map->:nd.
Fountain SS' $1951! minor by said petitioner and 1963. Herein Fail Hot or a decree -
Pens $!:
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I, you are required to serve a pro confesso will be entered -
Set SaturdayFor i ,$3-93 at The TELEGRAPH 1 I copy of your Answer or Objections against you
I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy I: COUNTY Services Held to show, cause why said WITNESS my band and the
WITH : Local PetsThe I petition should not be granted, seal of said court at Starke.
I NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAIU.VG on the attorneys for petitioner Florida, this March Z6,, 19'63.'
( Elizabeth Givens) : cr4 I I Isaiah Hardenbrook, 71, A can for it Public Hearing In Thomas & Pierce, 203-205:' North CHARLES A. DArtEr
YOUR 21 AGENT first in a seriesof, Rabies -. formerly of Starke died Mon- Compliance nlth Section 36 Temple Avenue Starke, Florida: Clerk of the Circuit court
of City Charter : and file the in office SEAL
AAAAAAAAtAAAAAAA AAllll > .tltltl .iM A it. I of City of original the I ( ) ,
-- -- --- --- I r1 Clinics will be held Satur- day afternoon at his home in Stark. As Follows: j of the Clerk, of the circuit 4-18 It 5-' *

May Day Activities i night Choir 1 rehearsal; ; day. May 4, at Lawtey from I Jacksonville after an extended 1. That pursuant to the City i I ,
Charter Section: 36 ot naidcharter j .
Tuesday night, Faithful Few rw'f.4 illness.
Everyone Is invited.; to attend I 9 a. in. till .noon; and, at laws, said City
Club meets at 7:30: ; Wednesday -i Mr. Hardenbrook was born : Council finds that it is npeesI : AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
the May Day activities : night, Prayer. Meetings; Hampton, from 1 to 3 p.m. in Clay County and had lived I sarv to imurove and construct
on Friday, May 3, starting at I' water system commencing at I 964-2600 /
I Thursday night. Choir 2 and # The second clinic will be 1 1i in' Jacksonville for three propertv' of Starke ,
II Hnej Elemen- .
I
i
10 a.m. The program will include the Ladies Circle will meet; held Saturday', May 11, at''I years moving there from Mi- tarv S hool nd contin'ielns a- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

May Pole plaiting dan- Friday night, Prayer Band !Ii* j ami. Prior to his retirementin !' State IliRhway 16 tn the i
I the park on Church Street i ..-I\ing nf 'nrooerty line of TinHufci'etion. ces, stunts, and relays. j
j
games
J meeting Sunday is regular! 1957 he was employed by dnlnh '
The band will provide music.Nathaniel :| from 9 a.m. till noon; and at SUl'hork DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
pastoral day, starting with : the City of Starke. He was a bpl" rffi\r"d tn vrromo'" thp I
Reed and Velma'' Sunday School at 9:45: Bap- : the Lincoln City school from : member of the Morse Avenue nil blip wPI..p".. snd heilth of''j Starke, Fla.
: the City inf! storkoand a reasnnable |
Peek will reign as May Day tism Service at 11 ajn. J ByGeorge 1 to 2 I in Jacksonville ,
Missjij; p.m. Church of God sun of $l.nO per front j RENTAL SERVICES
J King and Queen during the Rebecca Allen. reporter.Mt. I & ;- T. The final clinic will be and had been employedas font has |h-n estimated for I'I.
Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
'! I said ontrtion. Hospital ,
festivities starting at 10 o- Calvary Baptist Church. HugginsVEGETABLE held Saturday May 13. at .
a_ I a pipe fitter at Gibbs Ship 2. That +t'1"o".t... oTvnFehqll
'clock. The two were chosen The pastor, officers, and I .. .. Brooker community center yard. be I'h"Sert $1.00) tier fr"ntff"
by popular vote in an election I ---- to t iiDm ttie pronerty h.'nefit-
[ members were happy to have )r" from 9 10 ajn.

held last Thursday. Velma is''I visitors from Middleburg at INSECT AND'' their tiny eggs on the blossom 1 I The county health department Mrs.Surviving Essie Grace are his Harden-widow:: ted SI'I" or;..,nro'the. rowrty."p"+, abutting:

a 9th grader and won the ': the worship service Rev. and DISEASE CONTROL isl end of the nut. The larvae : urges all citizens of the brook Jacksonville; two .!. 1"h"t a I It .OJUMI(' h..I.. h.. Air Condition Now!
.
queen title with 114 votes. Mrs. Johnson of St. Mark's mighty important. Irregular -' feed for a short period on the |'I' county to have their pets in- Mrs. Mildred Col 'tnr the 1 'i *->v of Mav* A
,
daughters y 1.19I.:S lit 7.4)0 P.M at Cit"UiIT
Nathaniel, a 7th grader, takes :' Baptist Church. Also Mrs. seasons, peculiar insects buds, just below the cluster!]'!|I noculated during one of these Miami, and Mrs. Lucille Sellers. ui1t1i"""- hi the City ft' FOR SUMMER COMFORT:

on the King honor with 33 Mary Hawthorne and Shirley : and diseases, and' of nuts. Then, they crawl up !i.I clinics in view of the increasing I Jacksonville and four .3 t".rJ.lit ',"ll'h time any ard

votes. The crowning ceremony Forman., I a variety of materials make and enter the newly set nuts I I number of rabies sons. Robert H..; David D., all said ohWtiorf I-nn>v'j*Tient m IIV. be made to j Air ConditioningEngineered

will take place with colorful Sunday School. 10 a.m. Genera it necessary that you keep up! near the stem end. Infested'I; cases in this area. Three rab- I!! and Jerry G. Hardenbrook, all 4. That tJop: II for"> M H"pl To Fit Your Needs

festivities in the RJE gym. pastoral day service will!' with the latest information.] nuts are recognized by mas- i i id coons have been killed in and Donald f.q Public JT.snrmsr shall: ha nnnlUned "WHOLE HOUSE COMFORT'BROWN'S
of Jacksonville
once i prior to fie date
Band ConcertMr. I be held at 7 the We all offices ses of borings held together by i the county far I'I'I
p. m. on and county agent I so this year, N. Hardenbrook U.s. Army. I of hoo'-'nsr1 in the Bradford
Monroe and the principal fourth Sunday. Prayer Meet-} have a bulletin listing fine threads. The tiny nuts I: and around seven were killed Cn"ft'. Tplpr-rAnb.
Hardage & Sons of Jack- p.t... thin Mav 1. IqU.
and the entire RJE ing Thursday at 7 p.m.-Mrs. J just what you will need. Proper will turn black after they are : in the area in 1962. % REFRIGERATION
SaW We1ng polled f"rdav Tues-
family are grateful for the I E. J. Horman, reporter. j use of proper material is, severely attacked by these sonville was in charge of ar MOV7.! 193.:' at 7'00 olork -

success of the band fund Macedonia Free Will Baptist -i essential. Since there has been j larvae.If John D. CaseyIs rangements. '- PMJ. to be held in the 226 S. Walnut Street
CitxHall f
drive that was culminatedwith Church, Lawtey. The I some controversial informa-! you find it necessary to Anv i-'f rested nfrson. in Phone 969-1121

a fine concert. Attend- Spiritual Gospel Singers of I tion spread about concerning i spray your trees, DDT is a Sentenced "- punnort f+/ or opposed to the
ance was very good. Daytona Beach will appear at the use of agricultural chemicals good material. This may be I :_>. !--= said inv"'r; +vE'mentlt. may fiT,. a 1
Hats off to the committee.Rev. I watriorijif' with the City
fm
our church at 3 p.m. in behalf we must 'be very careful.\ mixed with a 6-2-100 bordeaux. John D. Casey of Starke I i Cl rk hlefqre the above stated

G. G. McArthur, Rev. of the Women's Day pro- i, Our Pure Foods and Drugs mixture to help hold scab un- 1, pleaded guilty to a moonshine : tine or may ant>ear in person That's Our Business"If
George Lee, and Deacon Julius 1' lOt "".Id 'Pf.1I.. P""lnll', G L A S S
: Royal for the wonderful gram.-Rev. D. L. Bright, pas i Inspectors are on the job to der control. I charge when arraigned before VI ANIED CITY OT STARKE, FLORIDABy It's Glass We Have It"
pick up violations. Here is\ STRAWBERRIES; ARE Circuit Judge George L. Pat-i : Merrill E "-ard
CALL WRITE VISIT
work in the community dur- tor.The I or
I Clerkit
Spiritual Gospel Sing an example of why it is necessary GOOD. You can go in almost ten Monday morning.,He was I I pity
ing the drive to uniforms .
purchase I ers will appear at Mt. Pisgah to use the right ma- any direction in our county' sentenced to pay a 'fine of FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

for the band members. AME Church at 7:30 pjn. in! terial. If you spray cucumbersfor and see a sign "STRA WHER- 11'I $1,500 or serve two years in I /
iv Tim COUXTTOP: JflFSCOVBT
A total of $427 raised.
was GLASS CO.NOT
American Legion Lincoln City. Rev. J. A. ] aphids and use parathion, RIES 25c A QUARTYOU the State Prison. BRADFORD .

Grimmage pastor. you should wait three days before PICK THEM." There are still I C01TiT'Y. FLORIDA. I\ PRO-
The 11th District Constitu- __ \TE.I) ( INC.)
Greater Allen Chapel AMEj; harvesting. If you use daily sales at our market for out of it. :The flusk tank on In Re: Hstate of .
tional Conference of the American
Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson Thiodan. should wait Mary Lepne (formerly "Formerly Joe Peters Glass (V
I I you 14I those growers who have later.j the stool in the bathroom hasa S _
27-28 at Legion Orlando was and hell Apr.rat- pastor. Church services will be days before harvest. If you i iI I benies and labor for harvest.,I few gallons of good water. :. _ Mary NOTICE!.19m tIP. FILING Deceased" PETITION J, We Design Modern Store Fronts

ed among the best. was Attend- ::, held Sunday starting with I use Phosdrin, you will need!I If you are interested in I too And the water pipes contain Sr 5.. FOR I DISChARGE OF I Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Sunday School at 9:45: Miss j I to wait only one day. If small ADMINISTRATOR Table Tops
you amount water
I a of
really good, juicy sweet
and Auxiliary I
ance by Legionnaires j To All "'bolll'lt May Concern: ,
members was the lar- Fannie Bell Frazier in charge. i are spraying peas to kill stinkbugs j i strawberries for freezing can that can be drained out. Notice IF< hereby given that I I 1313 N. '\'. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR24353
Love Feast services 11 a. m.i' and use parathion, you I To store water it in have filed my final returns as
gest in history, and the host ning or eating, now is a good i keep administrator the estate of
will be: ;
Communion Services
need to wait three days before I k '
I washed containers -
Post and Auxiliary had a'' tim to get them. Weather thoroughly Mary Leone (formerly Mary
well-planned from' held at 6 p.m. with Rev L. hanest. If ''you use Tox- conditions have been just 1 I with tight fitting caps. Plast. Mell), deceased; that I have
program A. Sampson in charge. need wait five filed my petition for final discharge L
to .
aphene >
you ic or glass is best. Metal containers -
beginning to end. i right to give them real Bradford : and that I will applyto '
The 4th Division feels hon' Remember the sick and I| days. You see by these cx- I County flavor. give :water an unpleasant .:> the Honorable Theron A
WHY PAY MORE
shut-ina. Homer Williams isi I amples that the stage ofj i taste. Plastic, also Young, men.to train as tank Yawn, County Judge"of Brad-
ored to have had Commander
IP IT HAS
NOT RAINED!! i' '
ford Florida June
still sick at home and he, I growth and time before har- the 'I drivers, communica- County. on >
Julius Royal Sr., who served I pretty hard by the time this j i i has advantage of being gunners I 10, 1963 at 10:09 A.M. for approval
with others, would appreciate : vest is important in choosing' tougher and lighter than ':1! tions specialists and mechanics. of the same and for final
two years as division commander your visits and cards. the insecticide. I goes to press, your lawn and :: glass. |I Ask about availabilities .at your discharge' as, such'. administrator FOR LAUNDRY A
to be elected as Executive Jehovah's Witnesses. The I flowers and shrubbery needa i I local National Guard Armory.: ; I
This bulletin tells what
you : i For the fine points of stock-
Committeeman of the I I I This April 27th. 1963.
good watering. I have seen
Watchtower Bible and Tract I j is meant by the tolerance for i food and water write AUGUST CASSIOTO.
I I piling or
Western, Area. j' Society of New York is sponsoring -i specific pesticides on crops. It'' some azalea bushes with a1little I call the home demonstration JOIN THE HOME TEAM i Administrator. of estate of
Attending the meeting from circuit !' wilt, and numerous Mary Leone (formerly
a three-day also tells you what happens 1 agent for of "Family :Mary Meli). Deceased
Post 314. Starke were Commander I j lawns the effect of a copy
convention in Savannah, Ga., when excessive residue is showing Food Stockpiling For Survi- youn r AIIONAL GUARD ; IIOLUS V. KNIGHT
Royal, 4th Division Drawer
; beheld drought. I P 0: F
May 3-5. The meeting will found on a crop. Our growers .
; val. U. S Department of : ... Starke, Florida
!Irs. Leona M. Royal, presi-i _
Hood Soft Rinse alt
i When water wet '
at the Sophronia Tompkins you apply pampers
are doing a good job in keep- j I Argiculture Home and Garden Attorney for Administrator J
4 dent of unit, District Education Recreation Area, 39th1' ing up with Pure Food and ![ the soil several inches deep.!:, Bulletin: No. 77.Blak This Space Sponsored by 5-2 4t 5-!! j jIX your washables-and your < i

Scholarship chairman, St. and Ogeechee Road. Wil-]I Drug regulations to assure ai I Do not try to get by with just',' BRADFORD'COUNTY pocketbook, too! Huffs tow. 'rt' ,
On Rose Bushes HbociSogt
II Spot THK CHI CUT COURT OF "
and secretary of the District I i I t;
lie McCollum. presiding mini i safe product for the a little sprinkling which tends j: TUB EIGHTH JUDICIAL t els-and diapers to fleecy soft
consumj j j Black spoton the' leaves of
j
Finance Committee; Mrs. Co- ; '' TELEGRAPH ,
: ister of the Starke congrega- er. i to bring'the roots up near the' I CIRCUIT OF "FLORIDA ness Leaves fabric so deep- -
fungus
I bushes is serious
rose a -
rene McNeil secretary of the tion, announces that the 10-1| WATCH YOUR PECAN:, surface. Shallow roots are J j!i -, AND FOR BRADFORD. wrinkle.free that ironing'seasv '

unit-Columnist was the E.official G. Walker.delegate. II }I cal group has been invited to i j TREES for an insect larvae I j I always more susceptible to 1'I as black disease.spots It on first the appears leaves I *' -, ..:.. COUSTV.re: Petition: IN of CIIANCnRY.In -when necessary at alL ', RINSE

I I attend. The meeting will be known as pecan nut casebearr. -I any type of ph3'sical1njuries. I which then turn yellow and Emanuel Nick Klondes \ 'i .- EM. *tilt CONWTW*
Church News w.1 AMENDED NOTICE OF The complete fabric! MifleiKT Nat ,
under the direction of A single larva destroy i Also watch -'
Greater Free Will Baptist may your ornamental drop off. A big loss of leaves THE BIGHT POINT for the ADOPTION PROCEKDI.NtJSTO
t Church. Rev. Louis McKay I Anderson, district supervisor\ several nuts or an entire clus-1\ plants for insects like I"I affects the plant ani zlossoms. way you write. Come In and i : Uriah Sears Burch Address the economy prirr. _
of the Watchtower Bible and ter. This is one of the most thrip. aphids. and red spider. Unknown. '
: pastor. The annual Youth Day I The newest remedy on the select your favorite ESTER- You Are Hereby Notified that
Ii was highly observed I Tract Society. \ serious insect pests attackingour A good insecticide for eitherof market is Dithane M-45. per- BROOK Fountain Pen.'.TELE- a petition" has been filed in the HOOD SOFT RINSE
program I :
II I pecans. The moths lay these is Malathion.Put above-styled court by Emanuel
haps will want to try it.
i Sunday with Sunday School i, you GRAPH. Nick Klondes for the adoption
at 9:45: with Supt. Mack Lee Social SecurityA I.

I in charge. The 11 o'clock I
the I
\ representative or
delivered by the]
was
message Gainesville Social Security
Two members were I II I :
pastor. office will be at the
I added to the church roll, one court-I
Home
I
I house in Starke at 9:
for baptism and one by letter '
I Friday May 10. Persons who I
St. John Bap-
At 3 p.m.
desire to make applications !
tist Church was in Demonstration
charge'j for social security retirement
with the message
or survivors benefits, secure j
Elder Howard of South
II social security retirement or i .
Starke. At 6:30: the Junior Notes
of Greater BethlehemFree I survivors benefits, secure so- j I fd :: .. .. /
Choir : ----s.
cial security account numbers i i -

Will Baptist Church was or get any other social By Dorothy Ross
in charge. Total amount rais- I' II

ed was $301.Weekly security information are invited i Home Demonstration Agent _
to see the representative -
1'
schedule: Monday I :
at the time of his visit.fleniesaysT.

,,1-, 4 GET YOUR MONEY BE READYW\ U
Many people are making! something in bottom. of --

strawberry preserves. Thereisn't kettle to raise jars off bottom. tk \ I2\J/i\

much food value in preserves .
turn to
because the cooking Store in cool, dark dry


1 MODERN process, however destroys preserves the vitaminC add place.Food. Water and Fallout : t4&AucTIoN DAYS! Ir21

much to the enjoyment of our Food and water are always

meals. Eat all the fresh berries mentioned in articles on,fall-

i you can now and freeze out shelters and emergency lip

LIVINGwith I some to eat later on and preparedness because they are

make preserves, too. the basic requirements for
I IGET
:I We hope you will enjoy using survival. '

j this tested .recipe for The main thing Is for you '

strawberry preserves which to realize that you might needan

NATURAL GAS comes to us from the Agri- emergency food stockpilevery

: cultural Extension Service in badly. Like automobile

You con lead a modern carefree life !today-when you have North Carolina. insurance; you hope you won't YOUR AUCTION' DOLLARS...-"DOLLAR.

Natural Gas doing your work it's so much'faster cleaner Strawberry Preserves need: it, but if you do, you \
Two pounds-whole berries, need is much indeed. FOR DOLLAR"--AT STORES DISPLAYINGTHE
very
and ,non, economical. Switch today .'. you'll .be glad
:
2 and one-half pounds sugar. Of course. the advantageof

yon 1 pint berry juice. food stockpile is that it RED "AUCTION DOLLAR" SIGNS. HAVE
did.STARKE
NATURAL GAS i: Syrup for preserved berries doesn't cost you ,anything,

should be made of berry Juice, because you will use the food FUN-COME AND BID AT THE

CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301 I obtained by crushing, heating eventually. j

and straining the softer broken The question is. how much

j berries. should you stock? Slightly, T1
Al Grand Auction
Boil together the berry juice more than a two-week supplyis I : : Sat May 25
and skim and cool s ,
Jenkins Nursery 902 N. Oak sugar sy- re mended. 'the USDA I \
-- rup. Add whole berries to'' bulletin on food stockpile will .

cool syrup and return to heat. | tell you how much food is .:; :: .J' : l. Costs You Nothing To Bid-Use Your "Free" Money
'
2 Blocks Off E. Brownlee St. (Hiway 16)) Bring .rapidly to a boiL Cook;( needed per person per day.I ,
until fruit looks clear. being I J how long each type can bej t

All Plants Well Rooted-In ,Containers careful not to overcook. 'BerIries I stored,' the best form 'Of.each i

should remain whole. j t food to use, and menu for

BEGONIAS-Angel Wing Beefsteak, and If syrup is not thick enough i; these foods. But you will

others-79c and 9ScCOLEUSESse'eraI remove berries and cook sy-i, have to decide hew much you

( different colors) Ivy rup until it reaches the desired -': want to have on hand. : $5.D'D' IN PRIZE

; consistency. Skim off We will assume-you have a j
Joseph Coat Chicken Gizzard,
foam and: pour hot syrup over good supply of food in" the |i
and others
4
any -29c fruit. house. But what about wat-i

PLANTEKS-Sansevieria (Snake Plant) Aluminum I, Cover pan and let stand un- er? If you have your own j;

Plant Golden Pathos til next day. The fruit absorbs well YOU' are all right because

Variegated Nephthytis' Philaden- much of the syrup and the ground water will not be I Be Sure To Get Your "Auction Money" When Making A Purchase At Any Cooperating

will} be a better product. rath .ctiv&. But maybe you :

dron each Vine, and 9Sc othersI plants in Next day bring fruit and won't have electric: power. And 'I Starke Store. Use Your Money To Bid On Any Prize You Like.

planter- syrup quickly to boiling point if you can't operate'yom well : .

BOX>VOOD-35c 49c 69c and pack into hot. sterilized by' hand or if you can't get to : -
SEE PRIZES ON DISPLAY IN WINDOW
OF STARKE GO.
JAPANESE YEW-Ligustrum Nandina, and jars. Pill jar to one-half inch your well without going outside ,, HARDWARE .
and others of top. Remove air bubbles with the fallout,you havea

I wipe top of jar and adjust problem. Each member of
BORDER PLANTS-((2 kinds)-Extra large dust- lids. the family needs a minimum.

ers, can be separated-loc To protect the preserves,,:' of ,one-half gallon. of water

) OPEN. Af"EUXOO.SS-1:00-i:30 P. M. process jars in hot water'bath. per day. .1 H j| IT PAYS to TRADE in STARK

Cover jars" 'with about 2 inchesof '' Here are some sources of.
SATURDAYS-ALlV DAY hot"water and"process for *'water:-If y6u have"iTh ot"'wat-1' .
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: PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1963 ___



1 1I r -' T I Langfords Are horses shown were:

I 1961 Stallion Classwon Health Facts

I 1 ', ,. 1 ,:, __-I # ,Rodeo Winners third place. In Senior Gelding 4 _

1 I! they took second place EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!
I t _
Joyce and Salty Langford and Reserve Champion. In :

of Brooker have won several I Aged Mares Class they won :\ :.i l Countless thousands suffer pain & misery !U

first places in rodeos and cutting I j I third. :' ; -yfS even die before their time because

__ ___ contests at recent horss :I i I Salty took first place in they did not know their insurance policies _
shows. !
I.i Junior Registered Cutting, fi5 would pay for Chiropractic care. _
They participated in the |
'
b _I ) L.!'. I. Lake riding Stampede Star; first i' Your Chiropractor has an enviable record

STOPMONKEVINGAQUe n l'"E jllERS f .. """ -7". ..--=... I Wales show, where Salty I II place in Senior Registered in restoring* health even after all other
I won first go-round of open Dr. Bollinger _
I': "'.':''; .,..., .n .. I Cutting, on Duchess Ann and methods
'" ; have failed.
REJID : t .. .... MAIE t..::"('... :""" :!::': y. ..... cutting, and split second inI _
GOOD QOK 1 i...:..:.:.....: '": .,"::' It".:: :" .; '-.; 71" :,',_ the second go-round, riding I second place in Novice CUt- M. E. King M. D. states "The Chiropractor is doing a _
:.I1 r
:.. ... I-I : ting, on Tee Off. :
..
,I pr k4 LEADERS.. : '' : : .j .t. '" t Duchess Ann. He also took i work that Medicine cannot do. He belongs in a ____
.,/' ,' '0 F' ; ;; first place in novice cutting, : Don won 5th and 6th in Novice I class with Specialists."

: '.,TOMORROW <'. .Fz'41Lt!' : i it riding Miss Kabok 74. Cutting, on Chester Red. Take the short cut to health and see your Chiropractor :_ _
: .; ; "
I F.c \ P : I I Joyce won thirj place in
'v v" .., 1I; 1i ; } I Joyce won first place in Junior Western Pleasure, riding first. The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic is located at ____
< Lady Rider Cutting, on Duch- !
to v 4 : 'r Cherokee Cash.MAYORS 'I 426 N. Walnut Street, Starke, Fla. _
.
I Ann. I
,. v--.. -rii L ; ess ,
I I
.
., i! On j Bring Your Health Problems
'v ,' ;< Saturday, Apr. 20, the To
e Langfords participated in the I COURT ; _
,<' .. The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic -
1 Horse Show at Walterboro! S. i i i

0 9Mt % ) C. Their horses shown in the' Mayor Randal Chitty heard :, 426 N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla.

__ I Halter Classes, were: I 117 cases in Starke Mayor's

3rI i- ; _* 1& I,I 1962 stallion class- won j', Court Monday night in a I Insurance Cases Accepted _

__ __ i third place. 1961 stallion class, three hour session. I
_ ;_ ? 4' I There
won second place. In Senior I j were three cases each I

i Nadine Smith, Starke Elementary! Polly Wade and Billy Sue Inklebarger, Jimmy Smith, Bradford High School i! Gelding class they took first II of reckless driving and disorderly DEPENDABLE SERVICE

Southside Elementary ;i place and Grand Champion. conduct by disturbingthe _

Salty split second and won i peace and two each of Akridge Taxi Service _

National Library Week MarkedBy School Librarian Discusses ShortcomingsShortcomings third place in open cutting, disorderly conduct by use of I-
Duchess profane and indecent
on Ann. He took sec lang-

II ond place in Junior Registered uage, reckless driving by un- II

Open House And Contest of the Brad-I i mum of 10 books per student I and in groups under the guid Cutting, on Stampede Star. lawful speed, and public In- I II I-
ford High School Library and an expenditure of from of the
ance librarian and toxication. II
_
Joyce took second place in ._ ; _. _
; were pointed out by Miss Reba $4 to $6 per student for books teachers" Miss Starnes said. ._. ::::: IStarke I-
Open House was observedat i Starke Elementary; Polly I Junior Western Pleasure rid- Other charges were for -
Starnes last week in alone, the librarian said.
connec- "Thus it
contributes to the
the Starke Community Library -! Wade and Billy Sue Inklebar ing Cherokee Cash, owned by vagrancy, trespassing on private '
tion with the observance of
"BHS has less than four books '
growth and development of
Tuesday Apr. 23. from ger. Southside Elementary. J. R. Shaw of Jacksonville.The property, driving with-
I National Library Week, April per student, and spends only youth in
independent think PHONE
2:30: to 3:30: o'clock in obser- / Langfords I
Second prizes: Johnny Cox 21-27. and Don I out a license, failure to havea
$1 per student for library ing, in abilities to study effectively
vance of National Library and Clara Enree McGee, McDavid also participated in vehicle under control and
"The American Library As- ]books. Since the average cost and in
desirable attitudes
Week, Apr. 22-27. Southside; Diana Read, Mary the Beaufort. S. C. horse show i causing an accident, and: Fla. 984-2681
sociation
standards
for school
of a library book is between toward
learning
reading,
Patrons and friends of the Hartley, and Sheryl Ward, on Sunday, Apr. 21. :reckless driving while drink- '
libraries recommend one librarian $3 and,$4, this does not allow and research.
library called during the appointed Starke Elementary; Joe Thig- In the Halter Classes, the I ng. _
for every 300 students the purchase of one new "Why are school librariesso
hours
to view the BHS. -
new books and library contest pen Honorable mention: Paulette up to 900 enrollment, and: 1 book per student each year,"I I important? Because text-
one to every 400, students 3 Miss Starnes said. I
posters. Refreshments were "With increased books alone are not enough. I II
May, Debbie Inklebarger "
thereafter, Miss Starnes said. i enrollment each yearit Children need reference books,
served by members of the li- and Delia Owens, Southside
"The Florida Association of i is impossible to build I
up encyclopedias. diet ionaries.
rary board, Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Elementary Jan
; Thompson, ij
School Librarians is request-i the book collection
and Dr. on this and other sources of informa-
Florence .
Jennings.On Susan Autry, and Lynn Silcox. I
Monday afternoon the Starke ing one librarian for every 1 budget," she added. I tion. They need books in sub-
Elementary Billy
;
poster contests 500 students in average daily "The American Library Association ject fields in which to explore -
held
in con- Dean Thompson, Ruth Nel-
20 Words
junction with the schools In attendance. Florida now has recommends an expenditure further the ideas intro- or les, one time .95 Memorials, Resolutions ___ Sc per wore

Starke were judged and the son, and Linda Strickland, B- one librarian for every 965 ; of from $2 to $6 duced in the classroom. They If not paid in advance __n 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words JJ:

following winners announced: HS.Contest students, and Bradford High annually per pupil for audiovisual need many, many books to Keyed or Blind Ads _ _. 1.00 Over 50 words ___ .. _.-,.-_ 5c per worE _

First prizes: Jimmy Smith judges were Mrs. T. School" has one for 1,100 stu- materials. Florida read just because they want. Each additional word over 20 .. -_ 05 Display ads in Classified __._ 1.50 per W.

Bradford High School; Nadine A. Yawn Mrs. Walton Grady, dents, the librarian said, spend 80 cents per pupil, and to read, and for practice in I

adding that this allows the BHS spends only 25 cents reading skills," the librarian
Smith and Kay Turner E. L. DAY LILIES ,
and: Matthews.will all colors 100 to FOR RENT-5 unfurnished
librarian to spend approxi- per pupil for such material," concluded. "Every boy and room FOR RENT- Nicely furnish-
choose
mately two minutes per week Miss Starnes said. girl within the school is from. From lOc. M. A. : house. Apply 308 S. Water I ed one and two bedroom a-
To Curb Payne, 204 S. Glenn St. tfchg St. Ii
Communism I phone 964-7431 Itchg
with each student. i partments. Also
"The library is a laboratory I reached by the library pro -- i 2 bedroom
"The American Library Association for research and study where gram according to individual WILL TRADE 2 bedroom FOR SALE Zinnia, Marigolds ''FRIII | house available May 1. All

recommends a mini- students learn to work alone I' needs." cottage in Highlands, N. C. Salvia, double, ruffled i modern and convenient. Ren-
Babson Commends Letter-Writing for equal time in your Kings-il nd plain petunias a Iso ner Apts. across from B.H.S

Freedom on the Offensive' so participated in the h ley Lake cottage. E. O. Elder, Tomato plants, Mrs. V. R. I auditorium. Call 964-5744.

asks each recipient to write iB&E In 3 I investi5 ltp Ferguson, phone 964-5571. 2 Read The Classifieds! tfchg
gation which led to the men'sarrest. _ _
Campaign Conceived By T. E Slade one letter each week to some AT REDUCED INSURANCE RATES miles 16 north.from Starke on Highway tfchg I IF YOUR NAME IS I I I FOR SALE Pink or- Red

Washington leader who form- Cocomise: is formerly of AUTO FIRE BOAT FOUND AMONG THE: Hybrid day lilies, 50c clump.

ulates our policies. Cities Solved ByTrio's Starke. I DOYLE E. CONNER FOR SALE- One 3 yr. old CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL, Mrs. Joe Bass Rt. 1 Box 112

The current issue of Roger I have. "The Slade letter also : INSURANCE AGENCY Shetland and Walch mare. AT TilE TELEGRAPH r 4 miles South of Starke on

I Babson's Washington Forecast I "One of our clients, Mr. T. strongly suggests that legisla-i Berry Prices Phone 964-4501 New saddle and briddle. Road 100. 2tp 5-2

1\\ [dated Apr. 291 carries the H. Slade, of Starke, Fla., has tors and public officials be ArrestAn tfchg i' Trained by children. 5 milk OFFICE FOR A FREE

following comment, of interest I not only joined enthusiastically requested to 'make a firm decision -I HOUSEWIVES Opportunityfor type heifers 6 mo. old. 1 whiteface TICKET TO THE FLORIDA FOR SALE- Carpet, 12' by
Holding Strong 'I. bull 6 mo. old. 1 3 point 18', like new. Lilac wool and
here: in this crusade but now to win the cold i growing income through THEATRE.FOR
I I hitch dozer blade. Avory C. nylon. Far below cost at
H "LIGHT ONE CANDLE: has gone a step farther. war and to follow this decision investigation of the! Strawberry prices hit a servicing families in your I Slade, Maxville. Itp $49.50. Call 9648641. 2tchg5-2

,t. We've suggested many times "Mr. Slade recently sent outa with action that will be con March 24 entry into Nast t feeason high last Thursday neighborhood with Avon Cosmetics -- ----- ---- -

that clients write to Congressmen letter to 1,000 responsible stant and persistent until the worthy's Furniture and Appliance when some flats sold for a Write, Ouida Sweat, P. LICENSED PLUMBER in RENT Adults only. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished

and other public officials citizens throughout the nation power and influence of Communism I Store has led to the high of $4.90 [over 40 cents I O. Box 540 Live Oak. ltchg( Bradford: and surrounding First ment. class first floor apart- 2 bedroom house. 612 ute St.

I i as a means of Increasing asking them to join 1 is destroyed throughout solving of breaking and entering : a pint]. The week's average FOR RENT- Small two bedroom counties. Kitchen cabinets aerial, convenient Private entrance location., TV No, Adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, ph.

their influence over the battle. the world.: of three local establishments was $3.51.During concrete block house built to your specifications. I pete. 128 North Church St. 964-5744. tfchg.

the kind of government we "His letter, titled 'Let's Put "Mr. Slade makes a further Bradford County Sheriff's -I the week, Apr. 23- Lake and Pratt Streets-one Phone 289-4491. No collect 2tp 5-2 WANTED Girls for spare
block from school call. Avory Slade, Maxville. I time sales work. Sarah Coven-
$50.00
f Department per
I suggestion which could multi- reported this :30, the market handled 3.450
1 I month in advance. Hollis V. F la. 6tp 6-6 try Jewelry. Write Opal Smith,
NEW
week. AND
the I flats for return to ,, USED-Chain saws
results. He asks
ply each a growers
: Announcing The Opening i of his correspondents to 'writea Three Jacksonville Beach omen f $12,123.40. Knight. tfchg. FOR SALE -House and a- I $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. Box 15, Raiford, Fla. tfchgBRAND

are in the FOR RENT- Large 3 bedroom tout 4 acres of land. Road Lawn mowers sales and ser NEW ADMIRAL
Bradford
minimum of three friends I So far this season the market -
house fenced See Q 29A.V.. C. Clemons. 5tp5-30 vice. Your McCulloch Dealer '
yard.
: County jail freezer chest or upright for
with the request that they on charges of has sold 107,119 flats at Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv
WAYNE CHANCE breaking and entering and of % for I I after 5 p.m. All day Satur- FOR RENT Desirable 3 I $10.00 down at Dahmers Discount -
join you in this undertaking.? i an average $3.29 a day and Sunday. 746 S. West- N. East Gainesville, Fla. 6tfchg- .
"While our client's campaignis grand larceny, and other robberies return to growers of $353- moreland St. Itchg room and bath apartments.Also 3411. House. Stchg 6-20
in Gainesville and Jacksonville 2 bedroom house for sale
33208. FOR SALE-One acre home
focused on the worthwhile
REGISTERED Beach have been solv- Including berry sales not FOR SALE Fresh Earth 1 Easy monthly payments. W. sites adjacent to SouthSida
LAND SURVEYOR objective of destroying World
: Worms $1.25 a 100. Aaron I H. Nollman.I Electra-Tronics Inc
i
ed as a result of the investigation -j going through the market, tfchg. I Elementary. High and Dry.

I, of Communism people's crusade the same could sort be I the sheriff's depart-!j Bradford growers have already Sumner. 633 W. Pratt St. Itpj JI I i BEWARE of buying any en- I II I Industrial: Division, Sales, Servo i! :$2,500. an acre Contact Billy

: 335 North Lake Street ment reports. Joseph Dreizler, realized close to $450- ''I I I cyclopedia before yot see i ice< Repairs on Motors, Generators .I Jackson, Starke. tfchg.

Starke Fla. Phone I I increasing conducted against concentration the ever-of I 20, Eddie Cocomise, 21, and 1! 000 for the 1963 crop. I Insurance Problems?i WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. I.I Switching: and Controls .I FOR SALE: 7 room. 2 bath,

964-7343 I II power in the federal Johnny Underwood, 29, are I During the 1962 season the Call The Man From A. PAYNE, your local representative I Welders and Tools, Powei r house. utility room. large cor-
since 1956 Box 603
govern'I'I ,
I ment, welfare statism under $4,000 bond each on market handled 81.813 flats &c'rnA\"ELERS"George ,phone 964-3794. tfchg I Conversion, Transformers. nor lot. newly decorated in

irresponsibility, the persistent I two charges of breaking into I for a return to growers of E. LaRue, : j i Service and Repairs to All I side. 210 E. Adkins St., key
WRGR YOUR OLD WATCH will )Heavy Industrial Electrical- I next door. tfchrO'E
radio
station and $285,989.39.Woods. Keystone Heights Agt. For
trend toward socialism and I i make the down payment on a
_ Noegel's Auto Sales on Feb- "Tra\elers: Ins. Companies"Tel. I,I I Equipment
government waste and extra- beautiful new Bulova atL
I TERMITE INSPECTION[ vagance. j I ruary 1, and Dreizler and Co- 3 Fires 473-4692 Day, Dahmeas Discount House.tfch 1939 N.PHONE E. 27th Ave. G'villi'I I TON$179.95 ADMIRAL value Air conditioned for

| comise are under additional
an 473-4325 Nites. *. I
3721280Uth
5800 certified
"Too many of us spend a I Are ReportedThree $143.50 nema
.
$2,000 bond each for their I Auto Je Home Business FEYTON FLORIST
rating. Larger ones prices at
lot of time complaining . j
{ | illegal entry into Nasworthy's Monthly Payment Plan 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. I big discount. Dahmer's Dis-
and
little time i
very doing woods fires were reported -
j
on March 24.
Available count House, 125 E. Call St.
MORE IMPORTANT something constructive t 0 II A Bradford warrant has also by Florida Forest Service tfchg. PHONE 964-4155 WE DON'T i Stchg 5-23
change conditions and trends.! headquarters in Bradford NIGHT 964-3891 Sell
i I been issued against Robert ] or 969-1022 you we help you buy I

r "You can strike a blow for I J. Banks 34, Jacksonville County last week, with 21 NEWLY DECORATED furnished -- DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS Good selection of new ano. BOBBY HALL PLUMBING

freedom and the American ]Beach, for receiving stolen acres burned. I I apartments. One and We Wire Flowers An j where used 8' and 10' wide Mobile ANY-Commercial and

THAN EVER! way of life by devoting 15 1 j goods. Banks is in the Duval Since Jan. 1 there have' I'two bedrooms. Reasonable. tfche Homes- Residential Repairs. Phone
been 60 fires and 470.7 LAKE GENEVA Waldo 468-1206. Rt. 1 Box
minutes a week to this pro- County jail charged there also acres I Lights and water furnished. L. A. BrownExPERIENCEicwAIThESs. I
i with receiving stolen goods. 1 burned, as compared with 125' I Contact 431 Center St. or TRAILER PARK 57-B Starke, Fla. 8tp 5-30
ject."It
could make all the difference According to the Bradfordheriff's 1 fires and 1,154.8 acres burn-j phoae 964-7191 or 964-6551. 1 mi. SE ot Keystone Hts FOR RENT -Large KInjsley
Fo. the post three year Gainesville homeowners ES. Apply in at Garden
parson
in the world." (ed during the same tfchg on Route 100
j department the Lake house. Completely! furnished.
r hove received virtually no warning of articles Restaurant. tfchg
y t the presence of termite infestations. stolen from the three ]1962.No tfchj Private dock. By week
Starke establishments, valuedat rain was reported at FOR SALE2 br. concrete ADMIRAL COLOR TV now or month. Phone 533-2732.
The weather conditions have not been suit- a total of J any of the county's three fire block home in walking distance $450 with trade at Dahmers FOR SALE 2tchg 5-2
t tb able for the termite "swarm," the Mr. Babson is an imminent over $850, have I Discount House.
warning signal been 1 towers during the week end- of shopping area and tfchg Ready mix concrete, concrete

characteristic of this most destructive pest. 1 financial writer and advisor i j During recovered.the interrogation of I 1i i ing Monday, A two-month churches. Furnished or un FOR SALE-50 Ft. waterfrontlot I block house piers, sand, cement M. W. Cressler. -
i
Yet serious infestations hove been found inS : whose syndicated column is j the three men, B&E's at six!I ]drought has causedthe woodsto furnished.trees. Call Quiet.969-2845.large lot tfchg 19 Kingsley Lake $10.000 to I mortar mix rock steel, t COTTAGE ON GULF of MexIco -

hundreds of unsuspecting homes. i read by millions of newspaper i iI I ]places in Jacksonville Beach become extremely dry and desirable neighbor only. Hoi- oyster shell, limerock, roof for sale. Located at Horse.
lis V. Knight P. O. Drawer F, i gravel, Hntels. BRADFORD
windy weather has increased I ; shoe Beach, Fla. Call 964-
I readers. His comments on Mr. j i i iSlade's and one in Gainesville were FOR SALE-Reasonable priced Starke.
I ,' the danger of fire. The Forest I Itchg ]ENGR. CO. Phone, 964-2521, 9000, Starke. 2tchg 5-9
Three years without warning also cleared up and another used Televisions. Refrigerators
letter
will have wide
| ; Starke.
MOBILE HOMES 8'xlO' wide tfchg
I Service urges great cautionon Washers. Excellent
mean extremely | of
may $1,000 stolen goods
distribution among influen- recov- HOME LAUNDRY-Free
the part of all Condition. Bullington Appliances to 60' 50x10 as low as $3,888 pick-
heavy infestations and costly tial businessmen I (ered. Banks and Underwood persons and Finished
j
throughout i' I tfchg with monthly I payments up delivery. or
damage. the nation and should produce \I \a former employee of radio burning trash or doing controlled I $67.05; 8x35 only $2995 with HASTINGS MATTRESS flat wear. East Brownlee Rd.

It is perhaps more important : significant results. station WDVH in Gainesville burning of. any kind monthly payments $ 5 1 .S8. & UPHOLSTERY WORK P.O. Box 754. Stchg 5-16

I than ever before that I In the thousand letters he Jare, charged there with takIng 't NEW BEAUTIFUL Trailer Mart. Inc. U.S. Hiway 710 Lemon St. Palatki --
FOR RENT-2 bedroom
_ your home be inspected im- i $3,500 in equipment from 17, Box 468, East Palatka EA- unfurnished -
------a mediaMv I recently distributed, Mr. Slade'! j that radio station in FebI Fun For All I 81050. tfchg: Furniture Repaired, house. Apply! 307
.1 i added further: "If our nation Upholstered & Refinished W. Cherry St. or Phone 964-
I
is to withstand the pressures:I I ruary. ;I : FOR SALE MATTRESSES REBUILT 2521. tfch?

/ and evils of Communism and I Banks, Cocomise and -Un-' SCOTCHDOUBLES. tCiHGSBERRY Excellent business location.
THIS SERVICE IS : derwood were all currently I .JHOMES 200 ft. on Hiway 301 N. Includes New Innerspringsand FOR SALE '58 Ford $495.
avoid either
subjugation -
) or i i.employed at radio station I 3 BR year old house. I Box Springs Edgar Burrell, 3 miles North,
being forced to fight a nuclear I
WZRO in Jacksonville Beach 11000. $500 down $85 mo.-i i Drop Us A Card or Call Rt. 2 Box 14, N
__ FREE war at the time the Or house with 100 ft. frontage I Starke.2tp 5-9
BEDROOMS -
Communists 'now | and $1.000 of the stolen equip 3 TO 4 j PALATKA EA 5-9166
say you Call -- 1---- --
10000. 9648641.
; ment from WDVH was found : 1 OR 2 BATHS STARKE 964-5934
must fight' each of us I tfchg LAKE FRONT PROPERTYFOR
At no charge to Florida I in a mobile radio unit owned SIRS. PEGGY
you A SMALLER,
II must recognize our responsibility V. A. $50 DOWN SALE
( FOR SALE-
I Joseph's CoatPoinsetta's
;; Pest Control will inspect by the Jacksonville radio sta : Starke, Agent
: \ Your home. If there I and make our influence :, FHA 3% DOWN lOc doz. Bachelor Lake home Kingsley Lake 80
are no ,
J ., '. felt. Without this individual tion.Stolen : Buttons Touch-Me-Nots Princess ft. frontage. Terrazzo floors,
I termites there is no charge. effort the danger of Commun. from Nasworthy's hi BRICK OR FRAME Feathers 40c doz. Mrs.Leon T. J. Alderman tile bath and kitchen. 2 bedroom

; 4 If termites are present this ism can very easily increase."It Starke were two portable Conner, Crosby Lake ALMOST 2 acres land, cement 2 air conditioners space

,. ,, j company will give you a is possible for your let- TV's a hi-fi set, three radios "SEEINGIS _ _ 2tp_5-9) block home, near town, good heater. Furnished. Spacious
\ t FREE ESTIMATE for their ters to make the difference: and a record carrier EVERY THE AZALEA DRIVE-IN condition. Only $8,500. Good I dock and boat house. $19,500.

i U \ sbv eradication. between war and peace; between case all valued at $650. A BELIEVING"CONTACT Now under new management, terms. Also several nice build. I. Will finance. Call Mr. or Mrs.
portable typewriter ing lots in town. O. N. Harper. FR 6-6733
slavery and freedom." and 3,500( By Jackie Robbins. reasonably:
Green Stamps were stolen THURS. KITE I Welcome old and new priced with"gOO d terms- Gainesville tfchg.WAN'rED .

from Noegel's Auto Sales and customers STROUT REALTY. UJS. 301 -

CARD OP TIIAXKS 70 record albums were taken CALL 964-6261 LaRUE Corp. FOR RENT-I bedroom. trail- 1766.S. Starke.Waldo Fla.Fla.Phone 468- size! will take FREEZERS on trade for any TV
O btJr I Itchg
from WRGR ,
I radio station For Information er. Westmoreland TrailerPark ; or Stereo player or will pay
The words of sympathy that j| Thefts from the latter two phone 969-2151 FOR RENT OR SALE3 cash. Dahmer's Discount
400 W. Madison St.
were spoken the food, and j' places totaled approximately 2tchg 5-9 bedroom modem cottage, House. Stchg 5-30

flowers that were sent, and thie $100 each. The records from Starke Lanes i PHONE 964-8641 FOR SALE- 1955- Chrysler Crystal Lake, Keystone Hgts.

GARDEN & PET CENTER deeds of kindness during the.! WRGR were all recovered in Free Estimates Of Building I. New Yorker Deluxe. Radio. Wra. Waite 640 Beech Rd FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2
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yr.
Illness-and death of our loved Jacksonville Beach at WZRO I AMUSEMENT Heater, white wall tires. Good }j Phone 683-6650, West Palm
And Housemoving Blanding St. Phone 9644451.
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I STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 2, 1963 'I.f".t. : 't itf -

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--.-.- .......-.-.-.-- nett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. packer was used, by Jeff JpdgeV Bradford County, .the claimant, his ageat, attorney -
Florida.. at his office im the and any such claim or demand -
Bill Sapp. Smith, and Wade:Gaskins.Thp. court house of said County at not so filed shall be void.
'e4M { RA1FORD :Miss Audrey Sapp and Miss fertilizer spreader was also us- Starke,' Florida within six Evelyn Stump Griffin,
calendar months from the time Lillian StumpAs
Bell of Jacksonville ,
Jerry were
I ed by Smith and Otis Leaclt of the first publication of this Executrices of the Last
. Saturday guests of Mrs. Iris notice. Each claim or demand Will and Testament of FredF.
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Careful l Parole Is Good Investment Davis. Our Soil 0 Our Strength shall be in writing, and shall Stump, deceased.
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state the place of residence and First publication April ,
0i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thomp- Mr. and Mrs. John Freemanof
post office address of the claimant 1963.
kins Jr. and children of Lees- Hawthorne were guests last 324 W. Brownlee St. and shall be sworn to by t-11 4t 5.%

In the hectic hacking that will beginin economical method known for handling burg were weekend guests of Thursday of Mrs. Mary Free- Soil Conservation ,
Sunday School 10 a. m
Tallahassee soon, due to the billion- sixty per cent of its convicted felons.!Mr. and Mrs. Thompkins 'Sr.. man. Sunday guests of Mrs I NEWSBy Morning WorshIp," li a. m

plus totals of the House and Senate appropriations The cost of parole is about onetenththe Our community was deeply Freeman were her grandchildren -V V Evangelistic Service.730 p* m. NOTICE.Notice .

bills, it is hoped that the cost of keeping them confined in grieved again .this week by the Mr. and Mrs. James Bill Haas Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Is hereby given that on the 31st day of May, 1963 at
jloss of our men, Billy Green .1 Stark., County of Bradford. state of Florida tax sale certificates
reasonable requests of the Florida Pro- prison. The Parole Commission can, young and family of Jackson- Soil Conservation ServiceR. 7:30 p. m. Prayer for'the;sick will be sold on the following described land to pay the amount
.Jones and Joseph Norman. Our I
I at all services.-David T. Me due for taxes herein set opposite the same together with all costs
bation and Parole Commission for its provide supervision and control/ over I sincere sympathy goes out to W..Murray, biologist with Ghee of such sale and all advertising.

activities, in the coming biennium will selected offenders at a cost of about both families in their great .. the Florida Game & Fresh pastor.V;
Xo. Description Amount of Taxes
be granted. forty cents a day per person. The cost:loss. vUle.EVERGREEN Water Fish Commission, states V of land V 8 T R A Owner and dusts
I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil AddisonJr. that brown top millet and IV Till CIRCUIT COUHT; OP
its history one of in confine
Throughout 21-year maintaining a prisoner THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 32-NE of NEU, N
of the commission's biggest stumbling ment is computed at $3.25 per day. of Brooksville were visit- combine peas will be availableat CUT OP FLORIDA IX AXD & E of River 4 7 19 3 R.D. &; Corthy Cellon 2..n
ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. a small charge per pound. FOR nUADFORD COUNTY,' 67A-Beg 2775' S of
blocks has been a shortage of funds The Parole Commission works hand- I-V CHAXCERY. CASE.Xo NECorofNew % .
Cecil Addison Sr. of Heilbronn By Mrs. Minnie L. Redding F lks'may send their requests -.-,
to its share of the load 13-222. V of NWtf, S 210': W ,
necessary carry in-glove with our criminal court judgesin directly to Mr. Murray at Vincent r V
i Springs, and :Mr. and :Mrs. J6a ph Speg1 r, %10' N 210', E %10'
in the new approach to coping with a unified effort to cope with Flori Theodore Rosier of Raiford last Phone 7823332UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ.AAJ Chlpley,. or place their orders Plaintiff' to Big Ex 'R/W 190A S 20 1 Robert. F. Moody 11.53

Florida's increasing crime problem. da's increasing prison population. In weekend. with the Bradford Soil Con- Flora-TS-Estelle Spengler, Divorce I NE4'ofNE-Com. "at: SE Cor run V

More and more, the public, as well as their aim toward rehabilitation, judges Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason of Mr. and Mrs. Harold [Nook- servation District. The planting S Defendant N 105 for FOB Cont '. V V

penologists, are coming to believe that start the process early, relying on pre- Miami were called home this I ie] Crawford and Mrs. Cecil of important food areas in for quail wildlife is IN THE XOTICE NAME: TO OF APPEAR THE STATE 218 N 210V E 210' to 210'FOB, S 11 6 20 ,;0 Milford 1:. Campbell 11.56

tax dollars are more wisely spent on sentence investigations, and indeterminate -week by the death of his broth- Crawford spent Wednesday very OF FLORIDA TO: ,Flora Es- 164-Lot 4 of Block '. '
er-in-law, Joseph Norman.Mrs. : management. telle Spengler whoso'residence 33 in'Town of 'New
probation than on any other activity sentences to carry out their shareof Lula Mae Chase of Miami and Thursday in Tampa with V While no two kinds of wild- is: care Mrs. Ed Sanford River 23-24 .6 20 Jessie Sewell. Est. 6.11
related to the confinement and rehabilitation i Mrs. Ellen Butler, and Mr. Route 2, HatUesburg, Mississippi. 257--SW4 ot SW... '
the unified effort. The Commission is life have exactly' the same requirements V
visiting Mrs. Alice Ca- and Mrs. Thomas Bowen Jr. V of SW 4 &V2 A In' .
of those who violate the law. accomplishes its part by careful screen- son and her grandmother Dow- Weekend for living it is safe You are hereby notified ..thata SE Cor of SW% of Southern Oil &

As stated in a recent editorial in ing, and post-release control. But to do ling, and Mrs. Joyce Norman.Mr. Baskins family guests of were the Rich-Fisher to say that all kinds need food, relief suit has for been divorce'filed against and other-,:you,I I.262 SWtf'Ex-!Lot" 6', of R/W Blk 1 8 '1:0 12 Chemical' Co. 71.53

the Florida Times-Union: "Simply to the job effectively, it must have the and Mrs. Glen Flemingof ard Redding Mr. and Mrs. cover, and water. mithe above-named" Court :-and in 'Ward City 8 'I 20 Mrs. L. A. Green 5.61
place offender behind bars is at Norfolk, Va. were recent Harold Wise To be really useful, food cause and' you are "hereby*required 278:! -Lota 24, '25 &; 26 V
and funds. and Mrs. Bea-
men to
serve a
necessary must be plentiful and closeto copy of-your of Blk 8 in Ward
best a temporary remedy. It makes far 'guests of their uncle and aunt, trice Sullivan, all of Jackson- answer er other pleading to;.the ity Ex W 36' 87 23 Q.- E. Green 7.31
Even with its limited to
that will furnish
resources Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins. cover pro- complaint on plaintiff's! attor- 285- Lots 11. 12,' of V
more sense to follow the course offeredby date, the Commission has establisheda Some of those from out of ville.Mrs.. tection from enemies and ney, Theron A. YawnJr.; ., whose Blk 13 'in Ward City 8 7 20 Seth Lester 5.61
parole: careful review of the offender's Inez Brice and daugh- mailing address- Is: Pjast "Office 375!; -N of SW 4 of
weather and it must be avail-
remarkable record. In 21 years it has town attending the Norman ters, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim ; Drawer 340, Starke, Florida; and NWU & All NWU Gretcher
record, his attitudes, and potential released 13,350 prisoners, and more funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Rosier visited relatives in 0- able in the seasons when it is file the original thereof 'in;the of NWli S of Rd 15 'I 20 40 Nicholas et tl 2S.3S
office of the Clerk
of the' Circuit V
in situation formal usually scarce. 3S1-That 'portion of
a parole ; a than 80 per cent of them have become Vernon Delaney of Cross City, cala last Saturday.Bill Court on or before the 6th NE'otNE Sof V

decision on parole by a wellqualifiedgroup useful law-abiding citizens. In contrast :Mrs. John Chase of Miami, and Morgan and daughtersof day of Slay, 1963. It you.faato Rd 113 16 'I 20 38 Gretcher Nicholas 46.20
do the
so allegations
such as members of the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Billy Tompkinsof Tallahassee spent the week- Howard Mott and Lloyd Dy- complaint will be taken of as-.con-said 403-Lots -5 V & S of
about 70 cent of discharged
per prisoners :Mr. and Mrs. Lon- al were working] on an irriga- fossed Blk 7 Corllotta Un.
Parole Commission; and release of Leesburg, end with the W. H. Morgans. by you, and a decree'pr It .I .
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without parole restrictions recommit -nie Addison of tion when I came confesso entered against you Bobby James Jones 10.56
Gainesville. Mrs. pump up.
those prisoners qualified on a basis Weekend guests of the Otis for the relief demanded 'in "tbeV 408' -NW% of NW Southern Oil
serious crimes and return to Jimmie Fountleroy of :Miami. Brewers were Mr. and Mrs. We discussed fish pond management complaint.This ex 1 A N of Ry 17 'Z 20 38 & Chemical Co. 1,560.40
providing some control, assistance, and prison, to be supported again by the Air. and Mrs. Sam Sheftall of Strickland Farm ponds can be notice shall be-published .U2-N* of Lot 1 ex' Southern Oil
Edgar of Green 10 A W of Ry 18 'I 20
each 18 & Chemical Co. 17.19508A1ISWV4
well the once week for four
supervision conse-
; as as assuranceof Jacksonville, and others. used for many things such as -
many : V
Cove on Saturday, and the cutive weeks in the .Bradfordwouniy of NE.N'ofRd&V3A-
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return to confinement if unlawful state.The Sheriff livestock water, irrigation fire uL .L '
any and Mrs. P. D. Red- Sinclair Mosleys of Jacksonville Teiegrapn, a newspaperof K
1963-64 increase
F activity is resumed." appropriation dish of Starke were Sunday afternoon protection for farm buildings, general circulation within in NE' Cor. of SE\i V
ought by the Commission is for two on Sunday. said County and State. of NW%' 27 S 21 23 Carl Reddish 17.30 V
H In a talk before the Starke Rotary visitors of their aunt, Mrs. Doris Gaskins and and swimming. The ponds DONE AND ORDERED ,this
Club recently, Louie L. Wainwright primary purposes: the hiring of 35 ad- Mrs. Bessie Sapp. She also had children, and Miss Sue Brice should be placed where they 8th day of April 1963.CHARLES 509--8% of NW% Ex '
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3A in NE Cor & all
will contribute to sound land A. DARBY; :
ditional parole supervisors and salary as guests her nephew and fami-
director of the Florida Division of Cor- were visiting in Jacksonville Clerk of the Circuit Courtin NH of SW%, N of
increases to reduce the annual loss of ly, :Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Reddishof Sunday afternoon.Mr. use on the rest of the farm. and for Bradford County, Branch 27 5 21 117 Ury. Reddish. Est 80.13
rections, discussed the trend away Jacksonville.Mr. Arthur McRae tells me he is Florida. 560- :NW!i of SEU V '
from confinement purely for the sake one-third of its trained personnel to and Mrs. Raymond going to plant hairy indigofor By: Janet N. Carter & S 45 of W 825' 34 5 21 40 Ray A.. Salazar, 54.62
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Mrs.
higher-paying agencies. and Paul Carr of Dicks of Lake City spent Sun- Deputy Clerk"SEAL 617-Com at NE Cor
of punishment to the enlightened Atlanta temporary pasture. "I of 5l* of NW& of V
more Ga. were Sunday eve- day with the Stanley Craw- ( OF THE .-J j V
viewpoint of confinement for purposeof Judging by its past performance, a ning guests of their grandparents fords. have had good results with indigo CIRCUIT COURT) V V FOB.NEVi S run 105'S, 250'W 105'for 4'<,. V

rehabilitation and the training of larger appropriation for the Parole Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp- Miss Daisy Starling and for grazing and land- 4-18 4t 5-9 N 105' E 105' to V .
builders," remarked Arthur.A FOB 1 8 !1' J -.E. Garrison 25.4)
Commission to help meet its kins. -
law-violators to become useful and self- necessary Mrs. Hazel Sapp and children '
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expansion to be one of the :Miss Betty Dobbs was accompanied visited :Mrs. Lorraine Smithin complete soil and water of V .
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supporting citizens. may prove J U D G E. BRADFORD U SWH" lying.E .. '
by her brothers, Alvin Jacksonville last conservation farm plan was of Rd & Ex. R/W & V .
The work of the Parole Commission best investments of tax dollars that the Sunday.A COUNTY FLORIDA, IX PROBATE .# V .
and Marjell Dobbs, backto birthday dinner given prepared for Maurice Edwardson E15/8VAInNW"Cor ,
I' offers the state the most effective and 1963 Legislature can make. Chester, Pa. Saturday morn- was -' his place on Edwards Loop. In: re: Estate of Desc DB 84-Pg 255 1 6 21 -*' Henry-Leroy .Heine 22.70
Sunday honoring Quincy Fred F. Stump, Deceased.To S34-1-A in NE Cor
Rosier. All of his children except He is using Pensacola Bahia All Creditor and. Persons of NEK Beg. 20* W V V
ing.Mr.
Not Just In VandaliaIn and Mrs. Earl Dobbs one were present. Guests and White Clover in his pas- Having Claim or Demands On 210"N Line V Being671Sof .

had as Sunday evening guests other than children, includedMr. tures around the lake. Water Against You and Said each Etatet of ypu are Sq. NE' of 2 6-21 Eflslo Cocamo".Jr. 5.C1

their children, Mr. and Mrs. L. and Mrs. Williard Sapp control is a big problem on hereby notified" < required to NEl,4 10- 6 21 20 M. J. 'Thomas 14.96
a television Tuesday of serving as a sounding board, present any claims and demands 372-Ntf' of NEli of
program purpose J. Mikell Jr. and children of and Elpaso Sapp of Jacksonville these areas, but by constructing NE% ExA InlNE
which you, or either of you V
night, ABC's Chet Huntley exploredthe or cross section of local public opinion. Lake City. They had been visit- and Rea and Walter ditches, he has most of his may have against the estate.of Cor S of Gr R* 10 6 21 19% Agnes Thomas : 55.13

furore created by the book, "The, With representation from every civic ing :Mr. MikeU's family, :Mr. Mathis. problems solved. Fred F. Stump, deceased late
of said .County, to the County [Continued
Talk in Vandalia," which discusses ina group in the community, the Round- and Mrs. Mikell Sr., in Orlan- The Stanley Crawfords visIted The district seeder-cultl- V on Next Page]

controversial manner some of the table is an ideal forum for discussionof do. They had to come home relatives in Live Oak -
''because Mrs. Mikell Jr. .
L problems faced by a small town, of problems, and may also help expedite -became early ill and is now in Di- Sunday.Gayle and -Tommy Gaskins- it could all go up in smoke. In a forest fire,' everybody loses-the farmer, the industrial worker, <

wound 5,000 population, in this era of their solution. ":
vision Hospital in Lake City, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. the of trees and that !
V the sportsman whoever benefitsfrom, products ( means all'of us). A fire means
mass migration to the cities. Citizens will have an ideal opportunity -where she will undergo surgery Harold Wise in Jacksonvillelast ,

One of the chief weakness as pointedout next Tuesday to participate and this week. Saturday. :. higher costs too, for the. thousands .of.: everyday. ; items whose 'basic materials! come from. trees.

by the book's author was the indifference be heard in "town Mrs. Frank Crawley of Hi- Church ActivitiesWe
let their voice a That's why we maintain special equipment and crews'and work in close partnership with the State
on the part of the town's "man meeting" type of hearing that will be Lo Grocery in Raiford under- had real good attend-

in the street" to the problems faced held concerning the proposed new went emergency surgery in ance at both services last Sunday : and Federal Forest agencies in preventing-and fighting fires-the greatest enemy of. the Southern

by his community, and the lack of a county courthouse. The public is invited Jacksonville Baptist Memorial, last Saturday.Hospital She, with'again the Nursery winning Department theThe woodlands. CONTAINER CORPORATION: OF AMERICA B| Fernandina Beach, Florida

"town meeting" or other type of forum to appear at the regular County isttii. nlnncr fin*'> nnur.. '-.n..nfl...... -- -_V _-___""_"- -- '
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where these problems could be discussed Commission meeting at 9:30: a. m. Mrs. Gerald Griffis and Mrs. GA Junior Girls met t;(4Vi:?* .'.;vyVSft" 'v 4 Y, : -,' *.A'V'i, ''< :, ;";f. "- -S'> x -v> >, ';-,&v.' &, --v>''*Vi-4V"$ ''*-,'*. ,' *.>. Vi,;/,. '\\J'is&* t*\ ,<--**<\-vV->:>:' '

and resolved. Tuesday and let its wishes be known. Earl Dobbs were business visit- Wednesday at the home of ; '' "f V '" ,, : -'.> *> *v>rf,.> -.va' v'r -.v>'

this shortcoming is common ad- ors in Jacksonville Tuesday their counselor, Mrs. Minnie "
Perhaps We wonder how many will take ; ,,.'"" -: ; '; ': jC JWii
to many other small towns, in ad- vantage of this opportunity-or will morning.Mr. Redding. Refreshments were ,'" .. %;r v :: ,, : ., : : -, -

and Mrs. Tommy Ben- served, and an Interesting ," ,
Vandalia. Starke is for :? > w ., -# V '
dition to more of Vandalia ( ... -
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we, like nett of Jacksonville, Miss Con program carried out. y
than most towns its size in this V
tunate our individual way until the decisionis nie Bennett and Joey and Jeff :: V.' p ; l .
respect, since a Civic Roundtable was Bennett of Glen St. Mary at- '

recently! organized here for the specificLet's made and all we can do is criticize? tended services at Raiford select BROOK your Fountain favorite Pen.ESTER-TELEi i : V : ,

Baptist Church last Sunday. 4
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Plug This LoophoIf ,fe They also visited Mrs. Ben- .4 't/ '- j 4 s'4 :: VV

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businessman have tertainment, transportation, and lodg- over the field and more hunt- same time, protect his family. a .. % VS
you are a you S S S r:
businessor ing than picking was involved. i
to government
been figuring federal in. ing pertained
recently your -
Now at the end of the season The new highway between

come tax under new rules that apply to not. the plantings are about as Highland and Maxville is open .' V\j..v; V

transportation, lodging, meals, and entertainment Why shouldn't a congressman be "clean" and free of weeds as now and driving along it is a V $ 8 -

costs. required to fill out in detail the same they used to be at the start dream compared with the V : : V -s%*-*f t ? -W Aiaai'ift l <"\ A V

After all this tab-keeping, it doesn'tsit kind of expense account that a privatt of production. nightmare the old road was. V r< '- ASVv -**.']

so well with the hard-pressed private citizen is required to keep? After all S SHad In fact today every main : e \ I \ ->*-

citizen when he reads of the loose it is public tax money he is spendingand our first strawberryjam highway in the county is in a \ 4 ,; LVt r d f 2' v
carefully of the season this week! wonderful condition and ,. < L'V ; ;
be .
which are allowed that should, even more 4-V/ VVt
manner in congressmen I It's good on waffles on tee Starke is the hub of a net. 1
to list their expenses for travelon accounted for than personal income.If cream. or on bread. but Sam work of good highways. *-?-

junkets around the world-paid for the government is really tryingto doesn't like to mess it up I S ':<'<

by tax monies, of course. pltfg the tax loopholes, why not include with any other tastes- he eats Lots of dark clouds plentyof ,#.. -- ': 3\ pr' /j

Instead of an itemized statement the public officials who travel it right out S of S the S jar! wind. but no rain, and it >< :Lr ; I I.

the congressional junketeers turn in a at taxpayer expense, as well as t eprh'ate keeps getting drier all the '#. '
citizens who travel at their I Picking up pine cones has time. We keep busy just wat- : ?\ ''- '
that reads for instance: lodging --'"-<
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report I 4y #/ "az I
? us about "bushed" so we now ering the shrubs and flowers \ ,
transportation $500 own or company expense ; ,
$400, meals $800, I use them for mulching around around our place, and we're >' VV r
for the ;
miscellaneous $300. No details are required Here isone, opportunity shrubs and plants. They may able to keep them going. But F -'n: ., r; I k ; ; w- Ii i I

about who, when, or how they government to set a good example for not be perfect for the purpose how about the farmers and 1-: < : ; \ 1' 'V eZ' ., / II

fed a guest, whether the cost for en- others to follow. but they look pretty that;, their tobacco, com and vegetables i I
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,_____._I-._._-___ ______. ,_ v- --V 'V production. way and it does. save steps! or the home gardenerwho [ : % A1 g; : ;V V iIri I I
S S SMatter S S cannot water enough to v.'f 45"'* x

;:; i Farmer's Diary of fact, the "Mayberries" ,I Saw an exciting bird this keep things growing! I
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available 1.1.. '-.__i_ '--1 a '4, '
which are now wtes-: Diacs numoungoiru I
are held by many peopleto f with an orange colored throat. About the only solace we .:-' .- 1 If

.j By Sam McGarvey be the sweetest and best, I It alighted in a tree for a get from it is that at least ** -' ?&> <" '*- f

of the croP. and you can get; moment. then soared off before the grass isnt growing and Iw-- r'r 12 4 i- I.e'
Berries back into their I ,
came aU you want at reasonable: we could study it more mowing isn't the job it will % ,sx '- 'i. ; fe
own here in Bradford County 'rxw ,<,. < ,-fr 7 ( ( / / i
number of places; Later But hate to /
prices at a I closely. we saw a gray I be later on. we ,* & ''X r9 \
this year. and growers are all over the county. one but again it was gone in think of what will happen, -r--, -, -v V
i >" still .raking in the cash from S S a moment before we could when the rains come.Magnolias '7 & ,Vt t
st' r'v, ;/
the own" Picking your own berries or 1 see it through out field glas- S S S -
"pick buyers. *
your plastic is far different fron l! ses. ?% '* ;Ts IW : 'SV1"/I; 'ft?'V- ''iz'4fy j
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through ,t '
Irrigation is are going '
helping some t- < #
the old way 'when wild ha:7\\ S S ?": Vv t 'r f? 7i '- &4 I
-- -V growers to keep their crops in mulch. weeds al l'' their annual shedding of : ? : i-- .s ; ; -
grew
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Alice has noticed that hummingbirds leaves, and right now most of

are attracted by them look about as shabbyas I V ,- .,*; Z.fr'5

red or yellow flowers and has an old hen moulting.. How- V: C ::1
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watched them from time to ever, soon they'll be bloomingfor :

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH time, flit from one patch to another year they'll be a *,***. # 9 5 C '- .-. WT ism r4:

CTIvIE another. skipping others along feast for the eyes. ;?$ %-" >**?? "
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0 E. L. MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER S S 9 4r'Z#.
o last Alice,has one of the v',ZS'Vpxjit
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FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY Faddle doesn't know it. but famous, "country" roses and .

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Saturday coming he is goingto we'll set it out soon. You can :4 II'

I visit Lawtey to have his see the beautiful bush blooming 7.y*( < '*--:
annual inoculation againstrabies. all over this county from Iff'S i j;*'* ; *; -,,<
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE N-&I5?! '4 Kff g 'fr3fer -
I This year the rabies now until frost and it is one 'XV '
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POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OP MARCH 3. 1879 <-< if- ,-<>. ;
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inocluation is more importantthan of the best things we've seen \' +S
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ever for there is a lot yet for steady blooming. No & }
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THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL [Continued from Proceeding. Page) :A.. DeaerlfUeB AMaaat ft Txe X.. Dexrlptiomf .. Amout .t Taxes \< .l' *Drtrrlptloi?' i. Aatomat of TJbaM

AND CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN No. Description Aaa..at of Tue of Ia.d. 8 T. a. A Owver! ". C.iU j Uad 8 T a..1 Onaer aad Costal i ., .. 8 T B'.1 O ir* ..A< 6 sU
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I> CHANCERY.. Con S along "Rd 2685 ; : .
I -Beg at Church / 4383 '1> Lot In X W : I
Tn re: Petition of '117' Ft W293 Ft. I :, '
Grade 50' on"X ,. -i /
side
881-A-That Port of I. r..::< l.'or:= of?Lot J'of\-BI .1 -
Emanuel; Xick, Kl .ndf's. N 439 Ft, E 331 -
SWlk otSWN : of Lamar St running : run' E 10S.S' : "-
AMENDED NOTICE OP1ADOPTIOV Ft to POB 3 6 .* S I9sepH. G.um b er. 227.40 i : s S :
& W of St Rd 227 12 7 21 N. L. Hartley 83.17 ,. :, -" ft -; I I 'E to-WH of '; U0'. W. 105.3 N 110" ,

TO: Mrs Nora'PROCEEDINGS Clark Klondes! I 8 3-W1h of SEI4 15 7 21. SO Martin. ."tR.odrlquu 11103. ': %OUA1 Lot OO'i "1 SWH to Lumpkln'of SW Proper 4, N ., 1. toPOB.: ; ",: ; '.., t, Elmer B. Thomi 7.it
11!S3 In SE Cor '
-1A 4391-lw300-of
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Oeneral
& W. .
Delivery. Ludowicl, I E,. by/218'A' 50' 'N .
ty
1 .W' to ChnrGr
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of Lot 60 1 being: Larry Lamar 'Of I
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Georgia -
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421.75'N SEH
& SBeg I ,
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You. Are Hereby Notified. thaj' 209.8 Sq Ft 13 5 23. 1 Yoa.O! b2Jl.: & 62.48': : of SE Cot \of. ; ,. '-.> .I then' to POB.50.; ; 6 22 'WIlliams' '.' 8.61 ,. RyW & Ex. tKi'Ex ;! .
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a petition has been filed in the 1382- E 160' of. Lot Sec & 8, ',....%3. Lester C. Grlffls .- 7.11 2693-Com at SWCor to Par'I _
1 &AllLots3& ; XW Cor 15q' Sq33! i 23 ; .
S.L.OV9 styled ; I tJatU T J 5.3I
court by Emanuel 1 of SW .. N 500', E I 1'1'
Wick t of Blk & in Law Cor' ; : 44i3-&matNWCr ..
A.. Klondes for the adoption,] 2050-Com at SW 200' For POB. E 5D. I ( .
of Uriah tey W of R/W Bernard. E. Pick 29.,$ of.NEH -
of ofW of NWt
Sears Burch. Jr.. a *r"_ -- EH '. N 100'. W 58'.' S of. ,, I '
m'aor, by said petitioner, and 1332-Blk 10 In Law t SBK; of SEH B 100' to POD I: Ron .S 420', IT 215'' :

you are required to serve *. tey "VT. of Ry Ellis Thomas' Gibson. 72.43' 105' for' POB.: N. : on. Lamar Being,': '. I for POB, run N.3:4., ., .
h. St '
22 6 :23! V"
':opy of your Answer or Ob- 1407-Lot 2 of Blk 16 : : 42.0':. E 105" 8420:! *. 2699- Com at.NW. Eminuel: P P.13.9'" 1 10 -' s 320'.'% \100'0. I- .

ctlona$ to show cause why. said In. Lawtey W of Ry 'P uJ F. Smith 5.61 to Bdry.of Sec .W Cor'of. SWJi.of $W yt# rj.. %t \ FOB ". ''5,t!, 33 6. 23. VA Virgil .n
petition should note I.143O -S% of Blk 25 in 105' to POB 9 22 Lulu Terrell' orrl-ot.rr: ,
granted, Belle 12.58 H & run S 210 Ft. 4434-Coin at.XW Cot r-/. ; .
un the attorneys for petitioner, Lawtey W of U,. George< F. Young Est 10.06 ; ,. .' ." .. K,100/ Ft for aPOB: ; : ofXEK., cf.XtWH.run1J3 .. r .I '
Thomas & Pierce. 203-205 Xorth 1468 Lot 8 in Law James Elaine 2080-Com at SW. Cor -
run S 100. Ft. E ; 140' S 2l5'ta8si \ -
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..w Temple. Avenue, Starke Florida! tey B: of Ry. Testone Est 27.83: of- -EH of .SWU of :2S9! Pt, N '100 Ft ,.- and file the !in 1471 W% of Lot 10. NW & Run Nfor I
original' th$ _of- W. 259 Ft to FOB .- POB Cont'S Itt' WCanI '
22 6 33 ,
-- >'e of the Clerk of the Circuit A in. ;Lawtey: E of 1 400- POB.. E 200".. ; Unnie. Tyson et al 17.02 I ..
.. .. 356to '
..... 2704 ; 'Ely .
(" >urt on or before May 9th, Ry Joyce B. Spell .3. 3 X: 100 W 200'. 8 Com at NW :- '-f. ;' f AtoneCa.nal'310' ..
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,7 Cor.ofSWH of s'&runE6IOPtS to :
100 to POB & Strip :- '
63.Herein Fall Not or a decree 474Trtm 210 Ft E .... 15' N &Bfor Access .- \ A. : POB. .: 33" 6 23 "Sf: Lot&.M; Lc4Ma. 15.21
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pro cdnfesso of Lot ,. to Rd 110 Ft for POB. run : U6S-BeC'40g'S,6l. . f'ff, i
.. will be enteredagainst of SW Cor 10 6.. 23 John-E. McRae .' .N W Corof'SE -
you.Witness 10 & Bun N 210 Ft. ..: 2148- E 139.5: of W ; .,. "f' :, 8.61. .L W 50 Ft, S.:10d: Ft. I. '**"(-. 64 .tf. ', ;
degrees
.. .' my hand and thE, E. 105 Ft. $ 210 Ft > 400.5' of S% 'of'SW: E. 50 Ft, N 100' Ft. W 469.19'; to'W.RIW' I; '

.. eal of said court in Starke,, W 105 Ft to Beg" 14' of JJW4 S '.of to% POB U 6 23 H. L Hartley- 5.87 13 72V. 'SwJ .1.Rt ': '

Florida this 6th day of April, Lot 10CIn '" ,. Co Gr' HA -15 B 23 2 ,. J jhn. Dt Ducar 17.79 I. 210$ .Com NW Cor' .. ,_ < .. Aftg Hwy 505.1.) \N : :-I II 1
1953.:: orT : If '''. '
2114 of.SWti-of -
2A' -
own. of Lawtey E. ,. In NW Cor : : SW
: .. "Co'.POB4470 \ \ 336 21 S. W.'I., TnlgpcB. Jr. ((.93
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or : of
CHARLES A. of R? A. L Bus.ley. swor'NWU) SWH, ruir 15 .
'. Ai PARRY.Id :; : 1.(-..- : .:t. of Com at XE Cot SI : ':0; :'J .
Clerk !! Lot 1 of Blk 13 XE4 Ex Lot inSE. ; 672.5''for POB S" 55', 'oVXEfc t. .
._ Circuit Court. Lawtev E of Rv < ..'- .. Johnnie. Fowler. S:, Cor Being' 200 E Ui"/N< 55'.' W 19$' : -- au t ; >f ..NjSifc1 .

,.... :By: Virginia F. Darby. 1486 Lot 1 SjD of Lot ," '. N &SBy-100E&. to POB 22: 6 23 :"- Horace Royal 25.432720rE a'POB'ruft drunSi64'ifor W 299. Ft -' 'I !

..- Deputy Clerk 3 13 in Town Of Law 'f.It: Ex Lot Des' . 2718-1 Lot.In SE Cor 3
W: L. Barbed 8.34 \ 1.." :HI Ft E 'ZU..Pt'' I
:... THOMAS &: PIERCE te yROtRy: . __. or..:; Bk ,%3. Ol_ '- 16 6. 22 2 Hance B. Thornton of EH of-XE; Qf'.being N 128 ', .

,"" ,.. "ft.J-SOjj! North: -Temple Avenue 1490-;--Com at SW Cor ', 2174-A":- Beg. at SE T ., =' .' .i 57.12 SW"', 100 K' v '. t :? -. rt' to. ::POBn? ",- 34 9 :IS: :'I Mu* Griff .1 1 jBeg4t ".11

Starke. FloridaAttorneys of Lot 15. fun Xly. Cor; of 'a 2A Tract :S .I1Y\ SO-E .: WJ' 22 1. 22 Elisabeth. Cite? 43..i8. 4G. NJi: :Cot '

.. 4-U for Petitioner alongW Bdry of .:: :.' In .XW Cor of'SW- :! <3A of S.H .of-. 4t GXOTICH-%. 'LA| 15. 200 Ft. to .::i 4 of XW; of NE I ." SJ,1 W.ofSW4! DJ e. rUll .S :36L5".W .

F OB, Xly on W :;: i i being 100 Sq'< ; 16 S3 Jl.me .. C. Thornton 15.32. W'U 6 23 8. G. A. Crum. 8-3* 3-.1.5-', UU'\E.. -
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TO nEFEND! B dry 62.73 Ft Elv .. 217f.B-Beg 100' N of ,; : .. ... 2758:-EU'$A. of JL 9A. .. I :\. -I..I 615'toPOB: > -..... 34 4 !3. 2" Jac- .

ICmct1T: ronn COURT. IUIAII- 165 Ft. Slv on Ji.Bdfcv .;' H. SE. Cor "of a 2A Tirlaugle' 'Between '. .' .:' 45, JS-Bfg-kt'NE-Cqr: .. -r.u'Ilne.', ','+. .il1o. re'' "..31 ,
COUNTY, FLORiD of Lot 15-A tract In SW% of : Rds'la.S&. of SEX o&a.S.traol'.b4: -* : 1 4 !

.. :fX:R.CHATVCERY.: Ca.,'. .co: 13- 6!.73 Ft. Wly 165 .; XWU. of NE3.. 1ST of.- SW.J.(r .. 23 6 22 .'6 Dora.. Sullivan. 7.50 11 g.- inSI. 'Cor .of -; ; ; i :

(A Ft to POD In Law. : 100', W 100' .5 100' 2866 : -, XE.O( .SBVf.w N
WtsJey Thomas. :-Lot .5. of Blk 2 : '. .' v ;
tey fl of R"t JOftej.Iker t 41.29, E lOtf to POB 1C 58. Elbert: Thornton vf! U3 Jn.' Bradford: Hgt t : l ';;-w.jovg.ioo'r.: : 2 .i
.. Petitioner __ 1502-On Lot 100 FtT ': r' .2174.C-Beg 10P' W '.- *.* ...r ,_. ? S/D Ex S 110 ' ITs. : ot 'SE' Cor of 2'A Jiequjllftfc. A. Uoorer 23.33 5.Samr Ut ;h?. Co. 13.$_
: a 29(104HAIn( .. f55 Li.-.conat'Jatof -
: r' Pearl Janet Thomas Hamm, 't t &: W hy 274 Ft. {. Tract in SW i'of of '? SE-Cor ". N y-B0ry ; '. "!* fv,; :rt ; .
XE'4 ..of fQr'.I&
X & SthW Cor S5U'-; & : ,
RespondentXOTICn .' .' N1\4-; then N,. 100'. I & -
TO Of Lot 17 Ex S 137 .;. I E% of SEH jof SKH WIBdry-of-l: 11: ....,
"" APPEAR W 100, S lQ8't E ; .-. '. : 'f} .of 'W'i" ,
Ex 61
TO: Pearl Janet Thomas. Ft in Lawtey: H 'iy; Joseph. Gumb,! 'l.&! iO .' 6 Lester Wood' 1At1nSW .; : ', : K- f ; ,
: 0'toBeg- 16 M 66.42 C Run "
ot. & 449' Elyq.U' -
Ex -
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; Hamm General Delivery. HyriniA ;. I : "-, : r\f ". \ ; Par J -- .:: -. -
;-" sphville, Duval County. 'Florida.Jackf -s:: 111' of TC : 281 of'SE:-CoTq' at.XE CQr : j E&w: by 800' X&S. ',.'. to/, POB*, -jr :1,04.*-. ? i I 9..
ofNE& ''
..-w You are hereby 41' of E 71' of ]K : N' f'.R'$' on; E., ;:.' Ely/ 208.71'.. Sly -
notified -
x I a cult for Custody that t 6of13.lk I7of t: Run S716' to 8 I Bdry. *f','SEH .M '41 wj.3!;;, 'y'03'4. .- .
mjnor Wto .1
pf .a
c:'> chjld has' bee'iv filed apainstyou r' By-: in Lawt y' '.'eArthur. Anderspn, Jr. 184 V ItJ CoGrUc' ._ I SEH ?\ DB -6-2t:! ; IT i. T
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'. 43.8'to E line of. X Ex : :, 467,0XH .or: ,.uu $UG
_II in the above named Court and I 151 5C010 at SE corOf St Rd: 200.' 284' 'for .lJa De%e. ' "' SEof'. :1' : .
= cause! and you are required to Blk 18 & Run W fljt 2o-'j':1' EJ:' Par !"C- .: ; .: '. .. c I.:. i 'I U 20 ::'ti. ,.inlni"
.... see !pDc Swly 200V-E I .r' B] ,lIt P5G 5y" 27 Or u.V23 ?h3.M.L" 4 1P'-x; .Qt ;. E:* ; :. 15.41..
a cppy of your answer or 80 Ft for a TOR. :. 2i2.G ,.N aOO', W. I ,. ... : Clark 26.65 K'rf4 -'S L "
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pleading to Run N: 274 W 80Ft .. 2934-3-WJ4 of" Ji'. i"1.. J i"f'V:-'f M '- lrt.-
the Ft.: SE .
.., complaint op W %216.3PQB.. 16 f 33. 1 Howard Crews. 51.'13 .y.- R.4. : W-6f 1
I. the ;Plal tlff'" Attorney Green- .S :274! Ft. E 80 Ito .r '. .? ., : .' EH1otXEH. ; Ex.9p" ..& .- .' $ : Jldt ftfW i 23 ?1'.75. Vr,. A A. "l1U4IlS M.Of
& Green t POB In Town.of i 47D-1 I4.-Cbrn'1b: Ff : ;: '. .
4 .
Starke. Florida 6 22 : :
.'. p. and 2138- Beg. 20* X. of : 4 .. Percr; SullHaa 5p.l3 'V. > 'II I
." fl! $ the original in the offl of:: Lawley E of Ry Albert.. WtUim'I n't Int ot 9. lAne t>f 2950. Blk A Ex, 1 Lot ;5 -1",4.*, t Worof-Nwer; I -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court t 1537-Ldt 27 in Town : : SEU 'of.XFtfW' !: qa.S-Slde.-belng'vZeo r.1!:..,: Jf 'run 3. ;fj to> -i'-:
on or before th,, of E of J.f.. Barter 5,61. .' I F ET-420 1't
Ry :
20 day of May Lawtey f"j ; > *- RifW 301 for POB. Fl E & W. byf,85v :JO.
1P63! ; otherwwi the allegation* 1540-Com on. W. run""Nly] along. W: Ft.. X' &: S'. on .W t't;:.W'tI' Ft. t<{POB. f t !!. a T. j. Alre.ta M.

,... tit.said Complaint wHl' kjo tken :; andy of Klng"I ]f. R IW. 26.4.5' WPa: Alb'"by 84.7 Ft K 4796A:: in 'SE. Cor .. : .'IofW .
confessed; by you. I S""oh of S.E'*. .
I Rd on X side of Lot to S line of SEJi of. : I IS .sidsjn '. -
...... This notice shall be published: 34 & Run W 50 Ft N E3l5.. : .Sly 260". : 1 B landlngS/D.( .r '' >: ;l? r:: 1A" fn .N' COr .". -
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...g.. onre! each week for Tour eon asU. S 50 Ft E SO Ft to. Ely: $1.7to! ,ron I 2952_SH'.' of Lot 8"AAJCLot ..j Virglnia-.W.; '" '-' Smith, 2O. .S8.- il lno-74- :Ft4" ( I

'' rntlva week- in the. BRADFORD. Rd then N- 50 Ft. to t Ex R/W 16 C 23 Milton D, Carter': 202.07 9 of: 1Jla. l.}." ,:t, 'r' 4i" n 2q15 1"t" i.-.S 5 7 23 yo' EArfe ((3r M ZE4, 1LS

U COITXTYTELEGRAPH: rOB: in Lawtey. E. 2202-A-Beg 396' W .. 'yo .. ing, S/p .: l l : 13.77, 74.flof; N ws4 t 1 23 .. to. : 1'F.r. Al' rDl&' U.U
... Dated this 16 day of April of j Benjamin Fin.nl :21.98! : 7 1, \.Dm.: at .NW, : '.. .
190.3. Ry 210 ; N of SB Cor of 2SS8-Lots 10. 11 'Ex, 1 I .- ? Cor- "\ ;. -
: pf S -
EH of
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SEU. ofSW4, E 200' Lots \0.,1. :. "
t 12. 13. t:* -
CHARLES A. : t : : &
DARBY. 1545-E% ot WUJ ot 210', X 210'1 W 210'. 4 l' nJk- C 1 in man;'. 1 jnh I
U Clerk of the Circuit Court N 335' of Lot 31 In, S 210' to Beg 16222.8nCom g 22 C. R. Tillman 4S. I log S/D Ex W E.460 -Pt ,8.383 F f :
/ J50! -
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: .9'1 I W' '
U By Janet .
N. Carter Town .f. Lawtey B ( > & ; 4I-FtN27t
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at SW Cor o ff.otI3&14
; PUt 7O. r7 $
0 Deputy Clerk. of Ry ,., \Till\e\ 'XW'i'ot & Part tb: P05 .>'--i 7, 7. S3 8
SEAL) Of SEH I of Blk'a-E'or 48 1......SW.fc Apale*. Motel 2S4.IJ
1353: -S 165 Ft of Lot run 30' for POB", I. CffeK.W.of.ditch) ; : '. of SWH! : '';;'f .
4-18 i 'of' .1i.v4JH ? I F
'a 4t
W :
5-9- $2 l In Town of Law E. 1120', N 389' 'W. 4 i 3066-Lots 5 & 7 ,of ; \rilnia.{. Smith 2.1..93 NEU. 10 1 23 .10 P'rdol at UU
ix rorvTY tey E of Ry : % ..;, ,e:-: ??;; Ptber J. 1h7'7 1120: tQ % Sep line; j;I, Blk 13 In.Orlff To
.irncr/s tori ItT. .Com at Pt S'389' to POB "17 6 :22! ,10 1a.bel Starke '. .Sq
a Lillj Boyer 92. 6 ;
IV .,'Yn FOR BRADFORD '. -. Mrs. w- T. Marehell 18S.15 1v,. Cot &;; 'of NW-
-.. COUNTT: FLORIDA. where Sec line between . .2io-Beg at SW Cor -' : 8Q 3--. fiiK: 14 Ex ". *.. : .<* A". of. 3-ti.H: ;, 10 1:2 Leonard

... Tn re: Estat of, 24 & 25ryoepea. of-SEU of XW-4 N Hoover Lot in SJB 4$47Ahthat' 1 part Atof .' ..:. '- ; B.. Doubfrly. .. CUI

X. W; Mans*!!. dec. << : Kingsley Rd. 486'. to FOB >:. 174'S: ot In Orig, TOWA'O, ?. Bradford : SH.of "-SEH. of

.. XOTICK TO Cnr.01TOnlAll runs S along..W. side E. 165 to W. I tarl .... Supply Inc.Building $EH' of W of-. Co -
200 Ft. for POB Gr Rd Son 'rid R/- 3128-E 70 Ft 447.66A. Gr Rd
creditors of the estate of of Lot 13 'Z3 S AnIbss
I 1. M W. Manuel], deceased ar W. .200 Ft. S... 1001ft. W 174' W.":. 165'.' t<0 James Madison, i* 2 .of. Blk 27. original 48$2-1 A ,In NE.K' '.. i- / t-t-..: Lataraczjk' O.A. ,. <.U
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*. hereby' .notified and required to E 200 }'t. N PUB 17 g... 22 Sweeney"Jr.; 9-_11 Town of Starke' of SWH S of Ry 1$. T 23 1 Thomas Guile S.61

.II file" any claims or demandswhich 100 Ft' t* POB. InLiwJey r. 2252:! -SH of SE Of Ex, R/W.: t -- W. Master 9.1.."6 1 4889:-SEH of SWH' 19 7 22 40 James M. Roger* 31.21

they may have against E of Ry :.Joh- .ThoDlP.. olaOi' SWi: : of NW 11':3 .. a Minnie. ..Lou. Dssu. It.52/ 327. -. Cpm.. at N7.Cor : d.I 4894 Com at SW CorOfSEofE4N
S. said estate in the office of the 1559-1 Lot In Lot 34. ; : 22jo-U. In XE Cor "- : I of Call Z. Bay! -

county Judge of Bradford Co P.n-; W of KlngsJ .- Lake of E.H of XEU of Sts, Run N 216.55'Ft. .- 378' E 214' to POB

1 ty, Florida; In the rourttibuneat lid .desc com at Pt '. SE 4 210 Ft E& W 112!Y.: Ft fort \, ., K 75', E 100', 9.75V; -

.4... Ftarke, Florida. within.. III on W side of Kings- Vf by 410 Ft N &.S. 18- 6Z:! 2 William Tfeon Jr. 4.37 POB run X 94.31 W 100! to. POB -; 18 7 2: Virginia Bridle2l.j|
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**. calendar months :from the. dato ley Lake;* Rd where ,.' 22.72-Com at SW Cor : Ft Wly 15.77; Ft. ; S' I '. .,,_ .... I- .

t a. of the first publication of I this Bee Line Crosses of SEK "of fW Sly 78 Ft Ely 13'5 '- 4351. -:Com atXWf Co, T

.. notice. Each claim or} demand Dividing Sec 24 tt. .,. :..'1., run, 295.1 for FOB. F.t to POB :2!* of SW% of SEH" t -
.-I'' roust be in writing and must :25! run S 300 Ft l' N 210', E %10' S 210 I W.-J.. studrtin., i9 1.28 run B, '185.' Ftf -for -

state the place! 'or residence and to POD W 200 Ft, W, 210' to. POB lB.-3. 1 Ernest. .. ._Williams J 4.n 33ot-Lot 4 of Blk 8. POD then S 300 .Ft. ,
llo t-ofnce address .of, the claimant 8 100, FViJCi-.to W- ., : ''' frf *. 'lit-*...* In L T-: & COS S/D E 109 Ft/ N 300 Ff

IL and. must be-, sworn to by side of KIngsley ; 2274- E 19 A of SE* 3323-Lot 2 of Blk 15 CIS-de. Hankereoa. S.ll'. TC' toPOU-: ''-.. 5. 2.0 j 2* J. we Alexander Bit

the claimant, his agent, or his Lake Rd, N 100 Ft : o f NW-H 18 6:3. 19 EllIot- Tyson U. lg 9f In t..WT6& COS: S/D. 4954-W 462>t of E 1v .-" r* *...'._. IU3. .
attorney or it will, become,void to. FOB In. Town .: 2283- 2/3 Of SW r.- .-.4. ;Tt 3::? :""ot Lots 3 MetU. Hirnton. 12.29 *58 'Ft
acrordine- law. of. o f NW4 18 C 23 27 Leroy Dell .._ i : of S* < ot 1I ,
Lawtey :E of Ry *" Wlll1a : .. IIU 4 of Blk 16 '
0 April 15th. 1963. '.. Tucker f1 2g.$jb :229! LA-!Bf'g 992' W' L. T & COS SID"la .... ..fjy-4 of SEH -O 7. :3 (llJnt, eDAedt

: LEWIS M. .ATEI Ft. 1569-Lot 42: in Town of XE. Cor of ..XE4of 3326:: -' EH of Lots< I ': Ca.ic. C1n4 23,93ft ot 10\*, 4 t 13 SID ,.. r .,' 9.11

.Administrator of the Estate. of Lawtey K of Ry. f SW* S 100, W &: 2 ot 'Blk 18 in' L XH'Ex rof NEV'of i .

.of N. W. Mansell del!. Ex.Lot in XW-Cbr jf. ?tQ- Lea 100', N 100'. E. 100'. 1;' & COS : Pod' \ U J 32. S CWino'df Iu"nder 10.5J
< > 10.56IM SID. .
.11I First publication on.April 1572-W 1A of Lot.43 to Bl'g' 18 6 23 I 337-,TJ&ts Joe. Coem,1. U,ii8 50&9-Tht. pprt v gs : -T; r\*. .I'vEug "-:!\ .'
ISth. 1963.THOMAS In Town .of. Lawtey' ". .. 2348-Wfc of. Com at GeurtTbomas. ", f 86.41: of Lot 4 3 &. W62' ... of E% of EH' ofkrnt .. ,
.:: & PIKRCHAttorneysatLaw E of Ry .. SE Cor of S&4 and of Blk 15 NEY 'of '. : .uiTJ
: J t E'd1r4 ,_ .
,.. ... .Jones. .f C,32 t.I. :; 'I i n- L T & COS'S/D" th lies 'E .,. -
r. run W 105: Ft of
for
1530 Mart'Clell4&a St
II! 1 a. U1
Lot 100 :3351: : _.
Ft N -WJ9: .. 2 U3
!!!O3North Temple & S by 400 Ft E POD run N 105 Ft & 4ofB.1k2Z of Lots 3. d. .. 32S:: &. being 'S of ,

Stark, Florida -- W.: in SE Cor of Lot W-ID5FtS105Pt;; T It' in L, land, ot. C.- L May': 90 7:3

4-18 4t 5-9 52 in Town of Law. E; 105 Ft to POB 20 6 22 Lester, Prevail'. .. *'. Ii p.51 :2361: -Lot COS 2.S/D.of ): Frances Siocuoi 5124. -1 Lpt: 5:H Ft ..ne, Hall' 1C.S3
2350 Com .. Blk 31 it '. SQ ,!In J *! ipewjtt *
teyEoffly '.; 1. at SE Cor William SE; Cor of ** J
in .
1583-Deg .t';'f# Jaines. JjewTi.JBarber 45.36 of Sec &. Run W 33s.s--Lot.L. T. &!:" CQS SID 4 JEthel- Lloyd ::H BHf; :9.Wrights at NE 3 & N DIxoa
Cor 25
NOTICE TO DKFEND 315 Ft for a POtf 2 .43 5136-SH'of SWH-of Willfami! 15.03
iv riRcnr of Blk 53 Lawtey I Ft of.Lot 4 of Blk 'S'VEs : : .... _.
COURT. tunNlOSFt >
BRAD.FORD "
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COUNTY, FLORIDA I E of Ry. S 100' W 2 lOFt,8105FtE 33 in L. TCOS. 51. ,4-3%', of'Nfiii o.to 7 .-.... <. f. N., WllUlBl- iiJi
S IV 100'. N 100. E 100' SID, '" :? / : .
: 210 of 22n
ChANCERY CMO Ft -
Emma
No. 13- to FOB : SEH and
to %It. C Lester 3389-Lot Hughe. Bet 9 3.34 SEH, .
220. Bee I 2f.j Prdr&tt 3 of Blk
D .vd ; 21 9.882388Lot I 4.4 -. of SEH -
Bright 46.31 In L.T& U 'I : (o Hifdia & Alderman

John Vincent. McKlnney. 1616 *:>t 12 In Otts ,.- Sunny 9 of Blk 3 t. COS Slb- .e l. Z. Biker e .1 641-Lot',40 Jon. Pta, .. '.- T. .'J" '. ,'.... 43.M..
Plaintiff. -Acres SID 3393-N50.FtotLota of Crystal
: -Lake
.r.
4 i vs.Callie S/D of Lawtey Lltzie UcQulre. Eat 10,6 2397-Lots 1.8. 9 &:. 10 Alberta Tyson S.61 T: &,4 of Blk 45'in .L. J Homesites .. .

1IIi' McKinney 16a2-E NW % of NEU of of Blk 3 In'.Sunny I Ii TCOS: SIP bill. Mary Sharp* 15 03 S 255-Lots .. Gaorca. I V. Harris Amo UC.
-no 11 &
4 L Defendant' 16S2-Lot Stanley Andrew:" %U3. Acres SID i Alfred Barnes Cat 19.18 I' 3394-S 25 Ft of Lotsv& 63 on Pine. ot _
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Desc in Cryital
as % -
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NOTiCE 4
TO % of 6f
APPEAR Blk Blk.
2S 1 V Ot' .
Lake ifomfiilUs' .
OR .
TO: Came McKinney Rt. 1, Box 1699 W Bfkt 14-385 25 s 22. MM. Stat .Homes, Inc 4 .7D of R2W & XEK of NZSFtofLots2&:: 5303-1.ot 44 .. P. W. MAynari
'! 2A of # of ; B2S 3 of on Oak 4.ol
L. Lutz Florida. ot'R 3W & SEX Blk 46 In L T' of
You arc hereby notified thatbeen SE% of NE? ::$ ( 32 2 1M. Calrla Roaa 4,27 of B2S of P..3W'k COS SID' Crystal La1em -
: Ella .
.i suit for Divorce has l'l1o-E 1 A of W& of m WV4 of BI 28 of" 33U"-N'4SFtot1.otl .. Mat.. H.TW r &.62. eSSZ LoPsi lte8 : on'Cy-' Robert 8. PendeU 1.34

led against you In the a .oy. NEU! of SWii of Raw E% of Bl, 2 & 'S 25 .Ft. of Lot.2 press ; .

m ( :amed Court and cause and you NEJ,6 26 S:3 1 Frances Jenkins 81.0. $ &: 5 Of R4W of of Blk 47 in L T I Lake. Hpmesltes of"T1..taj:; : t. -

a re required to serve a copy' of 1728-All SE4 of SE- Temp. S/D Ex. &. CO. S/D. Ida Simmons ,.si WUlJam. Frost. .,:i
Agt
/our answer or pleading to thoAt M of XWii :E of R/W. 21 ,, 22: JQ H A. ";,.* .... .4 2:j 0.81 531Loi.8'- 'on' Palm, '"1" tf. Iof. >, ..Tl

complaint on the Plaintiffs 17R3y =1. 5 22 S Ethel Tucker: 3.1? 2426 -1 A In NE Cor .. ,- LfTffSon.". .. 5. .U> 3400-WH ot Blk.47,, .. -- Crystal LaJte, I

torney Lex Green' Starke, Florda A Triangle I I Par of WH of Blk 3 S. in L_ TCOS S/D '. Emma Hughes Eat 2S.13: Homealtea: "f' 1:..1 Char.s l )y. % 40.41

.fct;*. and file the original In the Land Beg 475.74' '.. .. of R 3 W 21 34 348f--iUotS"13-14. 537I-A-Beg- at X.W' .. ,... .
( p office of the Clerk of .the Circuit E of SW Cor of Sec 2440-SWK of Blk 6't 2& 1 Lawrence Covlngton $11 Blk 24 in LT- A' CorofV-f I.: .

t;::: : Court on or before the ZO On Ely Bdry of Sot R 3 COS ADD \ Lester J. l'rqvett XE run' E 159' '. J

... day of May 1963; otherwise tho Hwy 200 for POB. SID W. Temp. 35 70-- Lots 3 4 3. of. 191.88. fpr POB. S.105. "W - .

.. allegations of said Complaint N 31 decrees E of 2447..:. Parcel. Darn or 21 C 22. t Alfred Barnes.Est Blk ,,2 Ex Rdin 105', N. 105. Et/ 10$' :, '

will be taken as confessed by Ely Bdry 13%' to Sly Bk 17-173 02M Highway Addition :' '!'. Aobtrt. Q. Greta i ioPOB -

you. Bdry of Gr Rd. i S ,.' 2465-. Com at SW Cor 21 i.'. 22. Sun a Williams<. Et'.," Al. 5_. 85' 3583-r.Lots & 4 of t f- 178.37 Prop for bouse see per .. I -
: on :
This notice shall be published 71 degrees E 324.74 of SEVi ofBlk2 -- Bk} 1 In Temples: ., ". :
once each waelc for four conse.MIlive .- to Sly Bdry of See : Add "' wrong landi S t 23
S Of Rge 1 W Run : B. A. Lawn Secur1t Mtr, Invert 841
< weeks In the Bi tAD W on Sly Bdry N 18 degrees E' 60 3638-W 56 Ft Of Lot m -W.'r; 224.13": 5 5438r-Ix 12 of Lake'f...,. '''''',po a....
TORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Dated POD !. .5.3 S. 4" ,5i.Ft Bdfor.d. Shores :. Robut
.31U'.to CarIH.SIth 17')0.. N 72 degrees E 158' OfXH: a U. ItU
this 16 day of April 1759 Com at NW .. .. S' 18 of Lot. of Blk It. tor. I"\o t.: .,: ..
; degreee60', S 5484- 1 .
Lot
or of XW*. of SBU in Temples' Add ; ;. J. Ugh .,1. 420. Ft .
1963.CHARLES 72 degrees W 158' to ./, 4 ,70 !f'&'Sbr.'tO .
A. DARBY of SEVi 50 N & 'r. t FfX .
3641-Lot8 2/3;/ ,
POB 1. cit f .
a Clerk of the Circuit Court. 21 1:23 3 Junes E. Franklin 8.61 :: I &1Bpdon- E- .$$ .
S S by 100' E & WA 26 S 23. Leon Bright. Ii.'f 2S03 Lot. *. Blk 20 in. '-' : '
I thru Temples
6 of .L1na' pfJ'SEli f
By Janet N. Carter. Leslye Bet's' t> :
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(>> .rk. 1761-XWVi of SWK Blk 10 'in Reno SID 1 .Add : -; i : -:. A. ,W. MasUrs- 90.76 I NW '1& S' by Bed* AVi i :- J'.
Deputy Inea. lllghlower .
ofE14&Ei9$ 2 7.81 37J|- Lots ., ... .
(SEAL) :5:2-Lots 3. 4" of' +-'' -f. ... '. -' ., 5. 6. lit ., ford, R&e 12, 925 "-1"m..E
-.. Ft of SWVi of SW- IEthel ,M. Blk\ 19 in X-Reno f ;. 8rot. Blk.Jl.ia! City, ,, 54f4-'Lot 2' of1 Herrwlon. Cr.. 93.21
6-, : BJk: 'v .' -
4-l 4t .... .'
Vi of SE>4 26 S 23 i3 suon.Rlgab111.01 .. '". ...". uA'ek' ern! 'a t94. : :% tt. >
. x SID ,; .\ .\ praacas.Jenkins. lO. ParkS/D. : "\ 1 -1. "s' io the Ilavta .? % .' ,> .
:
.6i t
1798- That portion of .- y. '" 38|?-Lot in, SW; Cor : :... SID..I "
,
... t 'r' .... '1 p B. Joiaica' 9L7I
W 3/4 of N% ofSWU I ot 'L.t'.4 ot"Blk''i, '
2550-Lot i oTBIk 1 'l': : r
t 5S1'- ----Beg 886.1' e.- y"v J. '
of SW.U i. 100'N &'S byI: 4 $ ;' : ":
in Gahagan ; ,$ '- _,-: .
SID Floyd 661 : ; '
Ptckens
which lies S.& E .of Jessie Mae : -.- T I EAT : In :Gaskh .. .: OZR7W.3.ot"117 "
2556- Lot 8 of Blk 1 / .. -
: ftv i ,
i Line
8121A&; i.V cf
Co Gr Rd !I. S2 Hampton.'Bat. ; 13.79 In : i .Add : .
r* -... Gahagan S/D I I .'., Junes W.- ThoM 70.37 LakeShore Dr.. SJj t .
1822: -Lots 38 t. 39 3960-B Beg 104'. W -
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ex R/W .', .. '
Aaron Uolley- ( :%5..
to Lake
E
.111 I : I I'
in Woodlawn SO 6-3 20. Casey Swr' 18.98 2561-Lots 11 & 15 N of SE Cor I :I .
through 45' a., ; .
II- Nly 248V W i : SO'to .
.
______ 1837: -Lots 46, 61, &2. 16 of Blk 1 i\ of' XE i of XEH. _
Ga-
.' 61&62&E4Ot I f hagan SID EL R/W "I Ida. UandkerEoa Est I'7.24.1 I N 80, W- 70'. S SO t." ... 5639-Be Tract! 16 .Carl t< 1a '-3. fla, ., % W. a'Mick. N.:,
) *
53&60 In E to" _
Lots 70'
29 8 23
; 2 583Lot lOot Blk' 'f Beg -
I fipenca :.11
Barney Vollkopf
: : I 1848-A Woodlawn-1-A Sq in N. 31 6 22 60 Ormond. U. BoniTa &%.OS 2590 3 in Gahagan SID ., Willie-' '. GreeD" 6.61'. j 4 .West n-. Pine Tract SID A.Ex of: if.-'" sIf ;hS..J:' SID 01-:; 3S4't'. ame- ./ZLes* isifr .,; J2I.5J. .
Lot 16 &
of --
SH .'* J. XT, Tbouaft A of N4 of NWfc of .
W Cor of Lot 54 E ISO' 29 < 22
4. Lot 17 of Bile 3 In '. .; .. .. u4.&v. SE
in Woodlawn 9t 5:3 1 Carl J. Wilson &8.67 w -; Ex E 273. .
\ : Gahagan SID Green 32.84 I 4141- Com at NW .
Queen Esther
Charley 1848-EH! Cf Lot 12 .. Dun Hugh Crawford $.61 2627-Beg at SE Cor ; *..,.... :.- ftr# -: Cor. of Westploo! 56J1 Eli-R/W S 3/. Ct %;&'; & 1J U Lawrenc".t B.: OgUiby.; ff 19.9f'

ILl In Woodlawn :52 i:3 .' .. --. I 1863-A-8 13!* of E' W 150. X 100', E for POB" W. 12T Ft. _
11" & _
t E. of SWA of NW% Geraldine .Bloun-l .I 150', S TO FOB :Z' 23 Frank E. Fier 8.SS S 100.'Ft E 15 Ft. ofN.$5. .-% .*- .UI 64-8J
1 of XEK ti 6 :! S et:ar 109.01 ( ; a .. .:: N. 100 Ft..to. PQB ExR '- sEtf of
'
... 1833ABeg at SW 2636-Com 860. E. fe ;i ;>Wr for. City .. =9 '. 23 JvW. Iliooiaa. lij.59 'E*,. N'. 11.n 0>> Oaf'* i ir It# \ul1.1V&a; 2i.7fWeianer

t Joluu Cor Lot in t Peetsvllle SO' N of SW Cor of I 494-1 Sq" A" tn SW ? l f -i-- .. '''-sr ': j 5728- Cora at'SE.Cor
'
'., I run N 105'. K XWK of SWH. N Cor of EH of XWU ... _:. of NErun W SO" i

105. S 105 W. 105" 100. E 50' S' 100, of U Parcel Sold 3% 6 22 jnpjoo hiU 41.75 for: POB.N 132ft t*" ,
Roll Roll Roll boat 5518S4 5 %3 Clarence Fox U4 W1 50' to POB 23 6 WI1LeI.ee.Fo&tce -i j N Line of'SEV ot \'
your j to POB .. ., 0# I 23 .Ut.! 429fTBeg at SE Cur r. 1:" .
fr ; : V;, .
1 tE.i S. 3..0
.
,
2637'Cora *
1 Lot 60' X & 866- E E.30'NofSWCorof. of I-A Sq. ia SW .. e.
Gently down the highway! S by 50' E & W. l I Cot ot E4 ot XWof"SE -A t E.. ..to.- :'" 245729 a.. n i.fl51aWUi0g "- lf.53

It swung into my lane. .. Lots of ha.'I'I'I NW*- of' SW4 N 14. N: ISO'I el-Com.at SB Car ; '. '
NEV;
.W
". Beg %00'T Of ::0' for POB. E th' P&W't0'; N- run. \ -trtf ,
Now boat and trailer's Core NK3S C 2J Dora* UamUton*- ea-?. <( 24.38 :, IftO', N 50'. W W" First, MtgCorp I &0' E J 318', S.. : 60' tc Southern States ; :z.S'. XW Ly It5' .. I ; .

'Going my ',"ay'! t 1S8S-XWU of SEL t >ta I Ij I j S 50* to FOB 22 I ,. 22 { of; Siuart- -, : $3t 1- roB.J -" -1,; j* 6..,. :2 : '
of XWU Uz 1A, t IB I! 2639-Parcel Desc In 4:31-1 iA lying N. it"W :: t \ i Sy! 1160', Sely. IWr. -, '

For complete boat, motor XW Cor & Ex tA.. 7.061! DB 88-441 22 6 32 Johnny.Lane... .Ii.it j "of BwrMI.Bnti'S | to POB 54 8 23 1 U.O'
7HearyErown.. t -
In SW.Cor 53 1i:3 : 260-Parcel Desc In by. Chambers Wby CiIit
and trailer insurance, both -i <5 ***?*rr. 4 :
1'13-\-1 Lot 60' KA '. DB 88-443 22 $. 23 Walter West'Elizabeth S.iO Mack X *>r MoCaslin. > ... !! 013-L Lot ia'-'iB, ,
*. in. transit and on water,.'I S by 50. E &. W 2$68-Lotst9&22' .- 1 j ." : by HwV J2 22 Jessio Oreea Brown, 7.11 i!, '. Cor'of S% :-of-NEt r '

r* consult Charley E. Johns. in SW Cor of SU I of BUt 2 uNit ':15 Lot 1 &f BIll; .2 1 of KW4 9f KWtt !, --I.
1. of' XW 4 of :-iW 1 Williams S/D .... Given U.4&J! In Lincoln City U.1U.8la.. r ka 'Ml''' teiri'g10$ Ft' K-- *! 1" :>
If"* .. ,
I
Agency. E of RR 55 S 22 Lacy. Ercen... 0.57 i 267J-1 Lot In V\6 f; '"'?; 1 4316-. Lot 2 of Blk: :. ., < ... .1 1 Sjbf. llO/F r IfLAJ -

390 I 1917-Com at SW Cor of SWH as Due In 1 In Lincoln City.. Irene Eon! et at ." I!I W Ex: E 50- X' 9 22 J- hnnl i.aic1owers 5 J7

II 490 on boat motors on of SWU of SEU of II Deed Bk' 70 Pt. :301 i L. 4228.Lot:: 3 of Bk i. I I 6155-Lot 47 la Indian

,; trailers; NWi run nly 20S.7 ;' I Ex R/W 10 Nat. John .t.Annie.Williams' in .I.Jncoln' City' A1bets. C.Ui .Jt Ml ]:I Beach \. *, 7. .D, ,WhWdoa Sr.*- ".If
for POB.. Cont Jfly ,., I Williams. SID 22 6, 22 ::-"'"'" 't. :.11 I 40Lots 2. 1.. 3. if 1 6214V (0' of E 180otg.70otLktit ; -t l
: ,,
: %08.i Ely 105 Sly '.,. 2676-Com lit SW Cor > fc. Bk4 in Lmcoln: I I: ; t -
Charley E. Johns "OS.T, Wly 105' to of NWU of SWmn 4 City EX 'B/W: .*. Haiti Stajkea 0.5j of Blk 1 S. Fr. .
50i .11 .
FOB'm...lac K: '408 Ft. X 400 4J:30; -Lot-2 of Blk 1* ShoresJiLLJ-' "' ..... QQh cp. ..'",to. ..,.(3

: | Agency IS65! -Com at XW Cor -- ; Ft. 'E 236 Ft for .- to' Lincoln City'! .? '.".c.. a.ur-.-f P: .,1,,? .- "'4'" _' or'... 'f'.. _.4'\1. ?:"' .-
? of SEV4 of SW; .o} ,-"' 4432 Lot If I .7. I '
POB Cont E 2S I Ft ; -- 1. L..E.LLXb
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t PHONE.. 964r0121 L Run E 650.Fi4o? ,Rd- ........1i> ... ,"_ 100.,. FI. V.F1ID2TttaTr. \. 11L: 'k Tu' Collector4 ; -.... .
; 131 SI Walnut St.: I I !tlGf; ,\" I3tOflr -- .-.- .c : -I- J"'K 6fMft. alt .. .lttI t"'rtt-C'.ontT. Ytm-tda..

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGlUm, STARKE, FLORIDA: PAGE NINE
THURSDAY MAY 2, 1963 _


J,'" tritT'0'Im'rtfP"fir1- .- e n a Advantage! {, of Hundreds of Exciting Savings ,During Our .

KEYSTONE 0

HIGHLIGHTS

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ

[From Preceeding Page]

Whitney Wyman of keystone I

Heights will graduate from !
the University of Florida on rtv

L Saturday of this week. ;'
We are happy to learn that
Mrs. Bert Christoffers Sr. is

feeling such better after her Anniversary

recent Mrs. illness.Lena Clemens and i ; Its Our Biggest Sale of Tha Year e So Stock Up & Save !1 .,,(;

Mrs. Emory H. Cooper attended G \ ,

the St. Augustine Diocesan y - .--.------..-.......'
I Convention held at the r I > 0 t
Temple Terrace Hotel in Tampa \ 1 Merchants I

April 22-25. Mrs. Clemons, .= t 1
QUALITY HICKORY SMOKED
the president of St. William's j.BLIJERIBBON 1 FREE E R, 1

I Altar .Society, attended as a 1 1 MERt G REEK STAMPS 1
delegate, while SHANK Ib.'r -
Mrs. Cooper, wtx aas couron w?NaKtuss a 1
treasurer of St. William's Altar 1 CUT. I s Bottle of \100 1
,
Society, had been elected': .I.,; Food Fair, One-Per-Day 1
to the Diocesan Board at the LEAN TENDER COVT INSPECTED i r : !: VITAMINS 1
.
| \ ...IN.Aoo.IO.. MSfAMK'OU IKIIIII "'YOIAJuA(_. 1CLJ
Spring Deanery Meeting in ...,. --.'....3........
Jacksonville. Mrs. Cooper was j TE ( it ------ ----------.

elected Diocesan Recording i E 4 BUTT 'CUT for f Meahartl
Secretary and was installed at i WHOLE Ib 143* lj

the banquet Wednesday evening I x'. ..iA; : FREE EXTRA RCEN1711MPS
I I
Mrs. .. y sg Etl Wal l PRICES GOOD : MERCHANTS'GREEN STAMPS
I
Emory Cooper Undaunted # I i CENTEI CUT HAM THRU THEWEEKEND :
attended the Florida I ,, p, r I ,1 F \' WllltrHISCOIIfQHfoNIIP\IIQWIOf 1D
r 1 S teak S I 0 Reg. or Menthol
LB 79c 1 1
Library Convention as aTrus- I a e. QUANTITY r. .\ rtJ! Noxzema 1
tee Member of the Clay Coun- I''
ty zr ., .: T RIGHTS' I.M._ ..........SHAVE....,.BOMB........ .2'51Ices
Library Board April 25-27. : } RESERVED ......"" ... "' ,03 ....".' ..J
b The convention was held at i BLUE RIBBON
the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel I j T.Bcme orT Sirloin !

in Clearwater. j SIRLOIN FULL CUT ROUND ," ; CLEAN fg1'm1i2'iII&v
Herman Schroeder, presi 8 3

Heights dent-elect Rotary of the Club Keystone, is in I,j S' AK$ LS 6 c LB g 00 FREE

Manchester Md., visiting hhj i

daughter, Mrs... Albert Davis. BUDGET BEEF CHUCK C
At the same time, he will at- ,| \ COOKING OILS e N I !: 1Mp4 I

tend the 25th anniversary of ROASi LB 8 C BLUE RIBBON J 111.' Cut Rib I
YOUR CHOICE
,
the Dundalk, Md. Rotary Club (j; .Q C ::isO' FAMILY t?:
Celebration, and 18 years per- 1 : :: FOOD ORDER
fect attendance record in Rotary BUDGET BEEF ROUND BONE Ii" DELUXE! "R STEAKS LB t QQ\ EXPIRES MAY 5, 1963 f I QQQ;}

International. As Pas :, \\\tJ, kF \\\\.
Patron for two terms, Mr. l1/JiJM/ MMMMMMMMMMiIIi'UN /

Schroeder will also attend the WESSON "TROASiLB48c
Past Matrons and Patrons of I ,INDIVIDUAL 2 OZ BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN BEEF

Ameranth Court at Dundalk.Mr. Cu&e Steaks! 10 Fan PORTERHOUSE CUBE f'1trD f-.f1: ::
Schroeder will take office or STEAKS LB, 9
June 28 when Keystone 16 01 Il _
,
SPEC IA l LOY/ PRICE' t i OREKp6 1
Rotarians meet for their regular BLUE RIBBON QUALITY ROUND, RUMP OR SIRLOIN TIP FREE EXTRA 17c
Friday luncheon. The Pig 52} U k mm is Ute Brl : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS !
,
meeting will be held in the BONELESS BEEF ROASTS LB 89c vam Din COUTOM ANonwaux or
FRESH CAUGHT 1 oQ Pkg. of IS(
Masonic Hall.
/
1.Ftyl
.
Dr. Sarah "Lou Wells entertained Seslt Wafer SFSSSI LB illc IT-1 Oll'WITHS 0 0GRLIM V j t 1 .I1R Gillette RAZOR Super BLADES Blue d

at 'Strickland's Parisian } '! immmmmmiootmt W 0t>m0i+10 JX r KK YOU, 5 UCtlVt-8-63 WITH TC It
Room in Jacksonville
recently for George and Mary : ::
LaRue who were; celebratingtheir FLORIDAGEtACE 2. DJZEiJ: '" ,,, 1 I: !iJ---ll
anniver-
20th wedding
"
A MEDIUM \. 1 : 1
sary. Also present was Dr. FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS

Well's brother, Edwin Wells. a -. / GREEN STAMPS !
Friday morning, April 26. i!' \ WITH. MS COUWM AND ftttOUU
Janet Lamm, Anna McCul- ., ; 6' P = : IJI 14 Oz Can Food Fair 1 1
lough, Lena Clemens Irene >1" \\B'\ GS! I' III'AI:J luxury ((79< Size) .
k. HAIR SPRAY 4
Brault, Margaret Pater. Jean j ._ :
ruN ro tnt ST/UIH/ tOU
s ....... IKIIW MM.KM.*.MCUU5B63 _
+oun4 .r.e
Fox Lu Nelson, and Mary K. .... _....... .<.
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St.Schaeffer William's- all Choir-attended members of ,'LL BY'S WHITE OR BLUE.FYHETEX. /UMIT-1-------po-DETERGENT OF YOUR. CHOICE ili!!] Merchants
Ii IiI
the in Starke.Msgr. They Edward sang Pace at Day the I fe im N'elt\r 1\ OO 3 16 CANSCAMS S!) /r I YOUR CHOICE! I DEUnGEHTS 41 48c OR ; WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER GMENaTAelrf .

FREE. .EXTRAMERCHANTS
Mass said by Archbishop Hur- : ,,S ...J ,j- .. f I 1

ley.Rev. and Mrs. Arle Nau of !ii k rS 'J za o. $ 9) F :i GT 47 or. PKG. :: 'FDh II srUNTltliCORONNOrutOlP80I GREEN STAMPS/ 1.

Annapolis Md. were luncheon C 1 \ JV I Aqua Velva/ 1
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George t SHAVE LOTION S.
.
,.m KMION to M JJJUIM you'ant wm rout'wc ,r. i
LaRue last week. Rev. Nau is ...-.VOCI..nr. 5.9-63 -......
the pastor of the church the | .----.-/-----------_B.

lived LaRues in attended the North.when from Rev. they Nau Jim |\ y --e I!m. !] Merchants 11 11I.

brought greetings fa 1 / GI'U"sw'.s.. II
and Gloria Hetherington, former I % UMIT-l COFFEE (YOUR CHOICE) FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS I
Keystoners, who are now LB WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER : GREEN STAMPS :
on their congregation. Gloria I I YOUR CHOICE l! I FOOD FAIR CAN 38c OR MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE I t WITH WB COUPON' AMO fUCHAi Of 1

is directing the. choir there, as SPECIAL! 49 VALUE 1'Ip Dry Hair 69( Size 1
I l I 1e
Woodbury
she did in Keystone.ST. LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED II I SHAMPOO' 5
3 LB. CAN M toonxw 10 n(trimn TOV van WITH rut nnouaSB63 :
..-IOIO"'If" --.....
ANNE'S EPISCOPAL C .
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I CHURCH APPtPIE 8' 39
i 1 Merchants 11
1
Summer Schedule: 8 a. in-
1 I
service each Sunday Eucharist morning., LADY FAIR ICED #-----..-----_________... ,,{ a ;. FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS GUJHITAMH I I
Sunday Holy
First '
9:30: a. m. Other Sundays, CinnamonApple :1m] Merthants It: ': GREEN STAMPS :
I
'
: mm pa Cam ANO rvttnM er .
Morning Prayer and Sermon. I
,; : Flp Three 15 Oz. Cans 1
Daily office: 8:30: a.m. to 5 '\ 1 I FREE EXTRA GREEIeSPsIUPS'I. ALL VARIETIES BANQUET e FROZEN !I' \ F 9 iJ Rivll'Beef 1

pjn. Eucharist, Wednesday : Treats ; MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ; I. ...toorfKM tl 10Mr* J TOO DOG tKtHt" FOOD wiw'out futrtuu 7':
Holy ...__.....
WITH THIS COUPON AND FUKMASi Of .TU. 5-8-63 mmmmmmiFREE
10 a.m- P PKG 39Fq fh 24 oz lady Fair 1 R DI NNIK 2 FOR 89 ----'---------------.
OF J Tropical 1R I
FIRST BAPTIST III!: LAYER CAKE de 1 i Merchants I!
,
"AI>OOI""O''S'A"pso itciret WnTN.ow PUtOtAsr : i 1 '
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:/ fYTTYTTYT n.yyyyyyyyYyyyyyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1 I assistants will do KP. duty held, with the following results TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIMELROSE only :six points behind Bron--spent Sunday with Mr. and -a I

on Saturday morning. and : Medalist, Doris Bleak- son.,Mike Wallace i placed first Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer and rVYfVVVVTYTTTYYYVYYYYYGRANDIN 1 home is a patient in the 0-

: KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS thus, the well-named '"Work l ley; Low Net. tie. Vesta Aiken i in the mile -run, Bobby' Tison family. : cala Memorial Hospital.

II ing Stars' will again units 100 arur May Henderson. First won 'the 880 yard run, and Roy Fisk and Mrs. Elsie I IBy j Mrs. Ella Link returned to

I By Mary K. SchacfferIK per cent for the benefit of Flight, 'Low Net, Doris Blak- By Airs. Alice.Rothhammer the1 'Melrose relay team took Mumaha spent Friday afternoon I Miami last Thursday after

the Masonic building fund. .ley, second Lot Net Eva Hall; first" place..Top winners from f!j with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Charleyene BrantleyVVYVVVVYvyyyyyyyyyy I spending a couple of weeks

.._. The May 8 business meetingof Second" Flight first, Gladys v.'''-''-''-''-''-''''''-''-''-''-''-.,-' ''-''-.''- the Melrose: team will compete : Fisk, Jr. and children in Gainesville i i with her mother, Mrs. Sophie

# A4 4AA_ .AA._ A _AAA.___A ._.A.JPrincfpal I the Estreliita Club will be Bertel of Fitchburg, Mass., and Episcopal ChurchA in the District Group i i I \ i Schneble.

:,...., Says Trip Swinford, a co-professor at at 2 p.m..in the Masonic- Hall*, second laps: Hawes; Third Fellowship covered dish Meet in Ocala on Friday, May Mrs. Jack Jacoby and child- :I On Wednesday morning I! On Thursday Mr. and Mrs.

'Not. Sanctioned the Junior Women Flight Vesta Aiken first, and 3. of : Rev. and Mrs. C. M [Chuck] !
-'' college. was to have been supper will be held at the ren Middleburg spent the I B. J. Alderman were busIness -

By School Officials the speaker, but he was directing Beat Lions Club May Henderson, second; Parish House Tuesday Cheerleaders for the coming weekend with her parents, Kinzer and children left this visitors in Jacksonville.

Philip Knuth, principal of a student field trip in Wen, you didn't expect the: Fourth Flight, Gladys Jaco- at 6:30.: nights year were selected Monday -, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade. area on the first lap of their Jimmy of
Rye Grandin
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:;.. the. Keystone Heights High West Florida. Prof. Swinford I Ii Lions Club to win did you? way, first' and Elinor Miller, The Mission Board meetsat afternoon at an assembly Mr. and Mrs. George Rip- journey to return to Tanganiy- Loretta Luke, and Mrs. Lucian,

C,. -.'(School, has asked us to convey i is'Mrs. Hanson's son.] Prof. Yes. the Junior Women's s second;. ,Fifth Flight, Rosa the Rectory Wednesday program in the auditorium. I pey! visited Mr. and Mrs. I ka, East Africa. They have Stokes of Palatka were visit-

his feelings on some mat. Huffman's subject was the Club won their softball game Cubbage first, and Marg night at 7:30.A Chosen by 'the faculty after j 'George B. Meeham in Atlanta, I I been on furlough here in the ing friends in Jacksonville

ters of school policy. He new phase of forest conserva over the Lions Club last""Fri Campbell, second. The Palatka meeting The Episcopal .doing. several cheers. on. the I States for the past year I! Sunday. on

..% wants the parents to understand tion. It has to do with the day, the score being- 19-6. And Women won with 32& points, Church Women held stage were Martha Scott', Beeky Ga.John Tyler is In Alachua spending much of their time I j

that there is no such utilization of all products 01 the Juniors only got three against Keystone's 30% points. Thursday morning was at 10 o- Mathews.Sue Dull Diane General Hospital in Gaines with Mrs. Kinzer's mother. I I Johnny Prevatt of Flora-

H things as a school-sanctioned the forest, for greater productivity strikes this year, too! Best; Following the tournament, 'clock in the ,Rectory.Rev. Alderman, Cathy Websfer: ville. Mrs. Ruth Reed of Lake home was visiting his mother

"Sophomore Class looking blondes the field luncheon was served, banquet Swan, and Mrs. Kinzer's sister : in Swannoa, N. C. recently.
Trip" nor and for less cost. He on and Mrs. Lee Heaton, 3 Peggy Catchpole. and Linda I Mrs. Irma Wilkes and children I
is there '' style, at the club hpuse. and family, Mrs. On Monday Mrs. Callie Rye
a "Junior Class Trip. had samples of wood products; were Barry Wyman.. Leon Miss Iva Hillyer, Mrs. A. V. Weaver. I of New Smyrna Beach Eugene I

.. He has appointed no faculty to show. Ridaught, and Bill Reynolds I! On vuesday of this week, Hillyer. Mrs. John W. Strawn. ]Personals spent the weekend with Mr. I Brantley, of Grandin. They I II and Jimmy went to Starke

member to The Juniors thank Hawes and Freda are going from Florida to I and Jimmy had a walking
sponsor or chap- President Hanson called attention .them' for Pansy Wy- and, Mrs. Gil Allen attended The Melrose Protective Association and Mrs. Clarence Ashley and }

-erone any class trip. to the special meetingof playing on their team. man played the final match the District Meeting of Wo will have its annual: family.Mr. Akron Ohio, and Pittsburg, ,: cast put on his foot.

As a matter of fact, there the club at 2 p.m. in the Bill Young the lucky ,winner for the Club Championship.Results men at Perry Wednesday. Rev. dinner: 'at the Pears ll Picnic and Pa. visiting relative, then fly I Visiting the home of Mr.
Mrs.
;has been no approved Senior educational building of the of the transistor radio,, next week. and Mrs. Heaton spent Thursday Grounds. on'May 4 at one o-I tes of McIntosh Henry and Mrs.D. Ne-Es- from New York City on May I and Mrs. H. B. Sikes over the

( Class Trip if, as they are Community Church. Members framed his ticket as this was On Monday, April .29. EileenLee and Friday'-with Mr. and 'cl lo k.Cot: va Johnson 8. This is the beginning of weekend were Lt. Col. James

planning, they go to Daytona of the Junior and Senior Wo the first winning ticket heever was winner the Champion Mrs.' William S.- Moore at and William I and son of Waldo their second term of serviceas Sikes, Col. B. N. Petterson,
Mrs. spent
S.
Wednesday with Mr.
Bea h for a few days. The. man's Club were to meet with held! Flight i Consolation Daytona Beach.' missionaries in Tanganyika. Jim and Gail Sikes and Earl
Evans of Canal Point viisted and Mrs. Jack Miller and
County School Board will approve the 'architect at this time to Many thanks to everyone match. Vesta Aiken was run- Methodist, ChurchA her brother-in-law I Their work will be mainly the I(I Sellers, of Augusta. Ga.
and family
only "educational" trips.A discuss clubhouse plans. who patronized the game. ner In the First Flight : sister distribution of Christian liter- j David of
up. ham supper will be servdMay3zrom'Sto7p.m.at- Gen.: and Mrs. Rye. son Mrs. Cal-
R. P. Hollis I
week-end at Daytona Beach The Annual Meeting will be The Junior Woman's Club Erma Rushton was winner e cently. re- James J. Boyle will attend ature in that country. They j lie Rye, has been promoted to

may be educational- but not May 14the final business also thanks Mrs. Mildred Sutton with Su Dwyer runner-up. In the Methodist educational j I the Fourth Degree Knights of I will be gone five years. : Private First Class. On Wednesday -

in the waY' the School Board meeting. The Garden Party their .sponsor, who baked I the nine-hole division, one building for*theMYF fund John, Hook and children of'Pompton 'i'
intends. will be .May 28, at the homeof cup cakes and made them Into match was played,' with Kitty Plates will &ost 75 cents for Lake.; N. J. and Dr. |I ]pa this week at which time Frankfort Ky. spent a couple i Hauchua, Ariz. for San Fran-

.. Mr. Knuth said that per- Mrs. John Bird. Committees little Easter Baskets for Martin defeating Lilly Lee. children and $1.25 for adults: and Mrs.Cecil.R' Hook, visited j'this i J JMr.'and son-in-law, William L. of days with her sisterinilaw cisco for shots, then go to

haps faculty members would to be announced later. "their" 36 girls at Sunland I Community Church News Take-home plates will be 10 Mrs. James J. Hearne. ]Bowen of Jacksonville will be Mrs. Margaret Stuart. T Hawaii for two years.

accompany the students but Hostesses for this meetingwere Training School. These along Jr. in Tampa. Macy and Ann installed. On Friday they went to Pa
On Monday, May 6, the cents extra. Perry brug aniRay Hearne returned Mrs. J. S. Walters, Mrs.
'that does not make it a Mrs. Floyd Koons, Mrs. with other Easter goodies to Melroseto latka shopping and had din-
Birt's
Commuity Church Womenwill have tickets to sell Margie Hulbert and sister.
t school trip! What students dom I. R. Stringer. Mrs. J. A. Wil were taken ,to Sunland on I hold their last Duplicate Bridge .spend the week with'their METHODIST CHURCCMELROSB ner in town, before returning
exening Christine of
Jacksonville visited
grandparents -
on their weekends is Easter Sunday Dr. and Mrs. home in the evening.A .
to liams by Kitty MeI
up and Mrs. William Pin- Winners
meeting [until September] at of Melrose Duplicate Mrs. Annie Sikes
their parents. The principal's I G1ave, and Barbara South- Hook while Mr. and M 's.. Ret. Kenneth W. Griffith week-end guest of Mrs. I on
7:30 p.m. in the educational Bridge for last week include Thursday.Mrs. .
on.Club Hearne
visited in
responsibility ends when they members were asked I well. Nassau. Pastor Gallic Rye was Mrs. Minnia i
building. Election of officers the following: Mrs. G.
J get off the school bus Friday to remember those on the sick: Garden Club Members rffl take place at thi time. M. Allen Jr. and Mrs. Ray Mrs. Dock L. Tison and ,I Sunday School 9:45: ..IlL Rye of Palatka.J. I : Ruth Reed mother of

afternoon. So if a student list: Mrs. Bert Christoffers; Visit State Prison daughter visited. Mrs. Tison'? Worship 11 a. m. C. Weeks returned to Key I Mrs. Eugene Brantley, went
Becher first
New members joining the Various place: Mrs. W.? !
aunt MissrMartie to Sanford Monday to visit
_drowns or gets sunburned or Sr., Mrs. John Karges. Mrs. Members of the Federated I win H. Davie Chamber- West Monday after spendingtwo j
circles and Mrs. E.
be honored W.
learns some bad tricks, over Leo LeBlanc, Mrs. Jack Hab- Garden Club of the Lakes I Johnson lin,, in Micanopy and helped i| weeks on furlough with I her sister. Mrs. Frieda Tye.
and a candlelight service will second place: Mrs.
Saturday and Sunday the erstroh. and Mrs. John Him- made a visit to the Raiford I Clarence Helfrlch and celebrating Miss Chamber-! TRINITY EPISCOPAL his family in Grandin.Mr. Johnny Lynn Mikel Is
serve to dedicate the officers Mrs.
school is not to blame.It State Prison lin's 85th birthday.Mr. CHURCH MELROSE spending the week with his
ble. We are sorry that the on Thursday,, and members for the past Edward Longnecka, third and Mrs. Jack Grout

may be that the Senior name of Mrs. Wally Muhlhof April 25, for a tour of the well to place; Mrs. Dorrie Collins and and Mrs. Archibald I have returned home from New family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
year. as as prepare Holy DayS 10 a. a.. Holy
Class will go to Atlanta or er was omitted from the list grounds and green-houses. them for work in the ne\v circles Mrs. John Foster fourth Smith and children of Gainesville I t3undays-lOa.m. Church Hampshire after a short visit i Grainger and Glenda. John-

,some place else nearby to soak of hostesses for the April 9 p The group met at the prison which will be announcedby place. spent Sunday with Mr. School. 11:45 a. m. Morning with Mr. Grout's brother-in-j ny will graduate from the

,up a little culture. In this tea. entrance at 10 a.m., with and Mrs. Jack Miller and fam law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ;
the president-elect, Mrs. Melrose Woman's Club Prayer and Sermon ( I University of Florida on sat-
case. the School would Summer Mark B. Jordan the instruc. Firstt
approve Round-up: Ned Comstock.
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William Walz, at the May 20 The last meeting of the ily.Mr. Sunday, Holy) 1 urday. He will receive a Bachelor -
and they would prob Set for tor of vocational agriculture : and Mrs.
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May ,, luncheon meeting. A social 'club year of Melrose Wom- Robert Hoag- pjn. Episcopal Young Church- : Mrs.: Millie Tyre of Flora-!
ably have a better time. as guide. The various gardenswere land, of Smallwood of Arts degree. We are
anyhow Tuesday. May 7. will be N. Y. are home underwent last ;
hour will follow the candlelight a n's Club will ibe a breakfast men. surgery
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registration day for next visited. and also the I service. ". at'' 10:30: ajn. at the club- visiting his aunt,.Mrs- : Martha Communion.The ..a week at Putnam Memorial! all proud of Johnny and congratulate

Student Council year's First Graders- better chapel sanctuary. The three MacKeachie. on Santa Fe Hospital. him for his achievement -
President Walz, the elected house Wednesday, May 1. Rev. Lee W. Heaton.
Election Held known as the "Summer paintings on the wall as well Lake.', I
I officers. and Vicar. I Mrs. John Prevatt of Flora-
circle
appointed Serving as.hostesses will be
** as the structural workman- Judge'and
Politics is the word at Key- Roundup. Parents are reques- Mrs. George
chairmen will be publicly installed Mrs. M. Sipprell Mrs. R. Stevens .
ship, was done by prison in, Craie) -of Detroit --
stone School these days. Elections ted to bring all 1963-64 First Mich': are -
at the Sunday worship Mrs. N. M. Trent and
for 1963-64 Student Graders so that an estimate mates. They visited the greens spending a month with. 'Mrs.C. .

,Council were held this Thurs- may be made of next year's houses, and the vocational probably May 19. Mrs. R. F.Simmons. .' Berkelman. .
-- Two more circles will be added The will be reading KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE!
program a .
training buildings. A half hourbefore Mrs.
day, May 2. Candidates were: needs.If Clarence H61den recently -I ,
for next year. The names by Mrs H.> C. Segur and
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Lorraine Dey and John Allen you know any parent who lunch, the presidentcalled won the' two blue ribbons -
: 'of members in each circle will the report of the president of
for President, and Ray Win- may not have heard about a short meeting, at in the artistic divisionof
: be decided prior to May 20. the club. .
gate and Cliff Chapman for this, be sure to do your partin ; which time the nominating the Palatka Garden Clubs BUSINESS DIRECTORY
"". : On May 20, at 6:30: Com Boy ,Scout News
Vice President. Recently we the "Roundup.' Please committee presented a slate Annual Flower Show for her
munity Church members and The Charter Presentation of .
omitted Cliff chapman's name bring a birth certificate foryour of officers for the coming I arrangements "Nightf U"' and
friends will enjoy a Family Boy Scout Troop 109 Melrose -
from a list of Minstrel soloists child. Children will be year; Mrs. R. P. Vogh president uMorib na." I '
Covered Dish Dinner, and will be held 7p.m.
at
Thursday
for which we are very registered from 9 a.m. till 1 I ; Mrs. Daniel Pater, firstvice I, Mr. and'Mrs.Frank' Sciad-_ APPLIANCES INSURANCE
.-- ; members will provide accord- In the Parish House. All
and RESTAURANTSL
president int and
sony. p.m.Estrellita. program children'of-Gainesville .'" 1" t-- F. I .
ing to the number In then- pareniS'and" friends of'the
chairman; Mrs. Sam Gardner, were recent guests of Insurance
Mr. and Murrhee
Woman's Club Hears Club :
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families. Circles HI, IV and V, troop are Invited to attend. T V Service CenterJ. THEKeystone
Talk Conservation Plans Chicken Dinner second vice president and-so- Mrs. H. R. Murphy on Swan
on under Mrs. Walter Grolick School NewsStudents I
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cial chairman; Mrs. Emory Lake. AgencyGeneral Heights
R. TilES, Proprietor
The Wornan's The Estreliita Club is I
Keystone Heights spon- Mrs. Frank Stitchberry, and who made the
Cooper, secretary; and Mrs. Mr. and MrS D. G. Philco
III Kelbert Authorized Motorola -
Club held its last monthly soring Friend Chicken Din- Insurance Restaurant
a : Mrs. Bertha Jones, will per- Honor Roll for the fifth six '
: Lena Clemens treasurer. The of. Brsdenton-
; who
were on Sales and Service
luncheon meeting for the ner which includes home-made : farm witchen and dining- weeks period at Melrose High Fire CMualty Bond
meeting was adjourned. and a t their way from Durham., N. Slakes
Service On All
current season on Tuesday dessert on Saturday, May 4, room chores. Mrs. Frank II- School include the following: << Allied Lines Under New ManagementSpecializing
wholesome meal was served in I C. where
they visited their
STEREO
TV RADIO -
afternoon, April 23. The president from 5:30 till 7 p.m. Adult gen program chairman, has Straight A's, David Ga- Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 In
the mess hall for the visitors. son-in-law and
daughter Rentals
Dr.andffMrs. .
Work Guaranteed-TV
Mrs. Julius Hanson, introduced tickets will be $1.25; children, arranged for the ardi
who
speaker b Lloyd Baldwin, Marlene Blue Plates with
It was noted that all the meal I i Ernie Chick spent 473-4651 JEWELER $
Keystone Heights
the in the 65c. ,
speaker will be the Rev. Thomas Ben- Odom and Lettie Wise '
was "home grown" right on .rsday.afternoon with Mrs. Fresh Vegetables *
'absence of the program chalr- The president and chair the grounds, by' the inmates. nett Maurer, representative of 7th grade: Sara Baldwin and O-"T RoblnSOn.'I I
OPEN;
'man. Mrs. John Karges. who man. Mrs. Estha Stringer, an Junior Class Gives the National Council of Com. Jean Lively, 9th grade; and Mr. and Mrs., Keystone Jewelers
: has been sick. Dr. J. B. Huffman nounces that the "chefs' will L munity Churches. Carol Rothhammer, 12th Orin D. Coxof' ;AUTO_SERVICE 6 A. M.-10 P. M. Jlon.-Thurs.
Fine PerformanceIn Akron Ohio'are
associate professor of be Carl Stringer and J. Az- Claw Play Sunday, May 12,.the Youth grade. ,I two weeks, in the W R.'spending Camp Terrell's and Gift ShopA OPEN 6 A. 3L til Midolte

Forest Products Technology, zie Williams. Assisting her in Group of the Community, Straight A's and B's, Ceci ,bell'ccttage7' Fri., Sat., Sun.
The Junior Class of Keystone > Royal 'Oaks. Nice Selection Of
of the University of Florida, the kitchen will be Mrs. Mar. Church will officate Moth Sparkman and Naomi Vaughn7th
Heights High School I on Mrs. Fred Moody is spend- Gulf Service C Gifts At the stopllte Keystone Hgts.
was the speaker. [Prof. Robert garet Schroeder Mrs. Irene er's Day in providing flowersfor grade; Harold West Diana Wedding
presented their class play Friday trig several days in Miami. New & Used Tires .
Williams, and Mrs. Marie the church, and a flower Mint n, and Bill Harris, 8th Sterling
and Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley
IS YOUR ESTATE Crosby. Mrs. Lillian Ennis tribute to each person attending grade; Pamela Maston and .From $3.00 Up All Sizes C Greeting Cards Lake
April 26, 27.Compeling. and son, Bunyon. Miss Sandra Brooklyn
.?! ,PROGRAM\ UP TO DATES will be in charge of the dining the morning service. They Kenneth Tom linson, 9th and Lubrication Batteries Acces. Wallie Muhlhofer
McNeil Samuel Millie
with the class Kelley attended I OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
ASK YOUR GULF LIFE room and will be assistedby will -
also have the greater part; grade; S. Carson Johntry the RestaurantSTEAKS

Mrs. Dorothy' Koons Mr play for attendance were the of the church service program. Martha Scott, and Diane Alderman l 'at Hill family reunion Keystone _Heights, 473-1279 Expert Watch Repairs
MAN FOR THIS FREE fish fry at the beach and the Hart Springs last Sun-
Ruby Tyre, and Mrs. Lynnie The Florida Christian Ministry 10th grade; Sue Dull. I day; Certified Watchmaker CHOPS

SERVICE Schroeder. At the coffee urn Lions Club-Junior Woman'sClub ,to Migrants urgently Donna Marsh, and Ernestine AUTO STORE Keystone Heights 473-4177
Mr.
and Seafoods
Mrs. C.,F. Cox and Orders To Go
ball ,
L. R. BRAULT will be Mrs. Mattle. Lee Kings- game on Friday need new- station kagons. The Matchett. 11th grade; Mar children
spent the weekendat
bury. In charge of tickets are evening and the Fire Depart United Church Slade Scott DOnald OPEN
Women of garet Ellen Crescent Beaeh.Mr. !MILLWORK.
ment social on Saturday evening Western Auto
PHONE 478-4151 Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder. and Florida are asking for 3.000 C Williams Virginia Ford
and Mrs. R> 7 A. M. till
Simmons Days 6 Midnlta
to few. We
name a
q Mrs. Sara McDonald. Posters;, .12th
stamp books of any variety and Bonnie, Nazworth Associate Store i
Ja Ilhvay 21 Keystone Height chose to attend the play, and are spending-- several, days InSpartenburg Keystone
Mrs. Vera Ownbey; publicity, with which to purchase these. grade. 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplita

"\\11'">1 Mrs. Helen Egan. Unnamed were surely glad we did. It Donors may call Mrs. William The State Beta Club Con- : S. C; Small'
'Louise'Helfrictt. Appliances-3Iajor or Millwork Keystone Heights
really clever .andthe daughter of I Shop
play,
was a .
Walz. 3-4515, or send or bringto vention will be held at the Mr 'and Mrs. C. 'j..Helfrich, Auto Accessories, Tires, I
Juniors did
extremely r Community Church educational George Washington Hotel in CABINETS DOORS i ,
will elebrate'.her 8th birthday Batteries.
well. "Cheaper'by the Dozen" REAL ESTATEC.
:
IJ lding. Secretary Hel. Jacksonville May 2-5. Ten I Goods WINDOW FRAMESSCREENS
has been a successful book witha party on the13rdat Sporting Bicycles. I.
en Warren Is at the office members of the Melrose club ', .
Hardware Paints Garden -
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her ,
t- home Quail ,
"YOU CAN'T and was a hilarious movie- on Street.
each morning from 9 till will be accompanied to the
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Mr. and Supplies. MiUrUb
Trim
Mrs., David Ford of
44- now it was well done in a
ARREST ME\ noon. Phone 34182. convention by their sponsor,
Gainesville'af the 6 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS j J. Pete
4 play Bob Jackson and Linda parents fa' Sub Made To Order O'Connor
Daily Vacation Bible School) Mrs. C. C. Holden, Margaret .
-I I HAVEN'TGOT and Mrs. baby girl Paternal grandmother -
Norris Mr.
I I played their children at the Community Church will Slade, Virginia Ford, Barbara !sJ.m:.Edna 'Ford. Keystone Heights 4734283 REALTOR
and
Gilbreth .
A 4
be held June 24-28. The picnIc Whitehead. Bonnie Nazworth.
Mrs. Celia Chesser, and Mrs. Electrical Contractors I SEAL
included Roberta Sibley, Billy ; ESTATE
;JJCENSJB will be1''on1 the 28th, time Ellen Scott,.Ann Bowen, Carson Ethel NURSERY
Sever and
wa daughter
Harold
Carnes, Carol Gardner .
and place to be announced. Johntry Martha Scott, MORTGAGES ATPEAISALS
spent Sunday with Mr. and
Richard Mooney
Snellen
As' has been and Babs McLaughlin
custom -
during Cathy Webster
p A'J J OR"JUST ham, Jotih Allen. Chuck Par- June. July, and August Sun- will represent MHS. Mrs.thorne.Ted Atkins' in Haw! Jackson Electric Co. Clemens Keystone Heightr Tel; 473-4297

iee, Stenna Logsdon, and Ju- day,Services will be at 10 a.m. Melrose won three blue rib- ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Nursery
THETHOUGHT Mr. and Ml*. C. E. Spires
Nelsoit Other parts
lianne News From St. %Vlltim'so bons In the Conference Track House Wiring, Electric Range Winifred H. .
were tawen by Sylvia- Ricks. and,sons of Tallahassee spent 'Citrus trees fS.50 to.9.1
at the University and Water Heater ;
: Mass Sunday, May 5: M held recently Repairs
the
Hill weekend with his parents CRAWFORDg.5 i
I OF ITMAKES : Jimmy Lorraine McMurtry,and Lamar David, will be at 8:30 aon., and will of Florida. and ended Mr. and Mrs. Al C.Spires. General Electric Repair Work $some In fruit, Canned or Bare- J

MEDROOL"\ i; Schaeffer. Dey.Mrs. Diane Miller, be at 8:30: am. every Sunday, Mr. 'and Mrs. Tom Spur- Call ''Toby" For All Your root. Real EstaU Brekcf

Class sponsor. was the direc i thereafter until November. Anyone having somethingfor lock 'ate spending a few Electrical Needs Azaleas 3 for '1,00 to $1.00 ea. Lake Properties .Aeretft .
I Coffee and doughnuts will the White Elephant Thrift months In Abanyj Ohio. Keystone Heights Ph: 475-4973
t!'
t. i tor. Student director were Ranches Business -
100 at HUkreat C5ty
I Ronnie Johnson and Joe be served every Sunday morn- Shop in Melrose is requestedto Heidi Chiappiniv celebrated Hiway Homes HenUls .

c Wildt- Ing after Mass, at 9:30 thn. call Mrs. Lu Nelson. at 3- her sixteenth blithdAy"lilt 3& Mlles East of

:The Catholic Club will hold 2769. You may sell it on con- Friday evening with .a party I FARM SUPPLIESC. "We Take A Personal XntertA
We congratulate the Junior> I Keystone Height In Tour *
a Covered Dish Supper, May signment or give it outright. at the Home' of her parents, Requ1remntvMidway

I Class on their clever coil- 6. Everyone in the parish Is Furniture is always in de Mr. and Mrs. FrancIs' SALE J : Keystone H. pta .
You'd Chiappini
drool too If -
the beautiful -
you saw struction of a stage
; wlilclr.,. invited. Bring TOUT family mand. : Teenage friends who attended ., & L. Feed Co.. II Camelias Azaleas Dog, tlelraH
i they did with their and your favorite dish. Rclsj Personals I i ..: .
included Dexter Bender wood Box Wood I Wway Z1--pa i 1a4ara-
car he just picked out. lie is financingit i. and help from Clay Ele tric. and butter, silver: sugar, and Mrs. Chuck DOtty Christ- ;; Elsie Jane France. Richard C. M. BURKHALTER, JR. I Quality Nursery Stock J GB28S1

If we had a bouquet we cream coffee, napkins, and offers] Newman has added Hinsen and Becky Mathews. : FEEDS

I would give it to Bob Jackson dishes will be furnished. A another feather to her by FERTILIZERS: !I]Latchstring Nursery!
cap Mrs. C. L. Bass spent the
withan'
auto loan at I
easy- Keystone who had the most lines and S. E. McKay Realtor
short business meeting will having one of her water-colors week in Boca Raton with Mr.j jI FARMERS HARDWARE t Member F. N. G. A. ,

who partrayed Dad Gilbreth follow. hung in the State Capitol I I I Earletan )(elrose GR 5-5475 F

State-Bank.. so well. In passing we must-; On Mothers Day May 12, building in Tallahassee. Her i i! Bass.Mr.. and Mrs. J. Lassiter I i TeL Melroe GR 5-5163 iiLts Lake Lilly $JMK
|.n't forget..-TJutsy,' Mrs. Mil]' r Terms 16 Lots Stuuet
I children will make their First painting depicts the colorful and son attended the funeral CITRUS EV_ CONTAINERS Lake -

ler's dog. who portrayed the I Communion, in 'Keystone; at midway at a ,fair or a circus. years'old. .in Cordele.Ga. I I $U5d. To 3-00 :$2775. Terms Investment tracts

flIP' :i family pet.Palatka i St. William's and at St. Ed :large enough for several lots .
Mrs. Jean Mitchell of Gaines- i year old, in Cordele; Ga. FLORIST Plenty of Blooming Camellia

i ia WinsTournement ward's, in Starke. vflle' likewise hlu a painting in Mr: and Mrs. A..W. Allen of :. from 50c up. Rare Camdlias!e"Ha to wide sandy beach.I .

; From The Altar Society will install the Capitoriuilding now. Mrs. I: Jacksonville and Mrs. Tomp- I Use for recreation while hold F
$7.50 of
: Keystone Lady Golfers hew officers after Mass Mitchell, an art instructor at I kin of Pensacola visited Mr. I Edna WillianuTLOEIST.NURSZZT graftedj up. Plenty line for Investment.! E-Z Terms.

MEMBER F. HEIGHTS ,,' s On Tuesday, April 23,' trf May; 19, which- is their I Ion ,the University 6f Florida is I I and Mrs. W. H. Allen and Evergreens and Landscape :I CB furnished cottage oo
D. I C. KEYSTONE
i: Woman's'. Golf Association Communion Sunday. All theladleslntheParishwillbeln especially proud of one of her family recently I Plants leautiful Lake Hatchinsoa _

tMC f I Palatka were guests ,of the pupils, Mrs. Newman.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley FLOWERS Let d' landscape your home. $7,000. Terms.
I
jajkjOMjj I II. i Women's Golf Association of .vited, for coffee and dough- Miss Paula Jean Wym n,I ot.Gainesville,, and Mr.. and 1 Tn AH OccutawUdron 0. C. CARNES NURSERY

Keystone Heights CountryClub nnts to witness the installa-. daughter vf Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.'Larry Thompson and fllwmy. :00. 23 wL.E. of Stark Keystone Heights, Fit '
Pboot OB 1-2311 I l :
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THURSDAY.. 3IAY' 2. 196S BRADFORD" COUNTY -

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-- in the from Norfolk Nebr. vile, and Mrs. Mary Green. meets at Fellowship Hall with
Gainesville rVfTTTTMTTTTTTTTYTTTl the past eight months day ,
'YY'YYTYYTYTYYYYTT1j I Evening Service, 8 p. m. Pray visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul and son of were I ,
81 remain-j visitors of Mrs. Marie absence of their pastor Rev. where they have resided the Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson of :Mrs. Titus Olson as hostess.
each Wednesday, |Dinkins. :Mrs. Dinkins Sunday
er Meeting I I' Lake City visited Mr. and Circle 4, at home of Mrs. E.
( James Temple.The past eight months while Rev.
,
YWA meets first and!I ed for a few days visit with Elixson, and Mr. and Mrs. C.
m.
LAWTEY p. GRAHAMBy church .presented Rev. I Temple received his master's Mrs. N. C. Mott Monday. L. Matthews, 10 a-m. Circle 5,
8 Junior the Dinkins and her parents, C. Crosby. I
third Tuesdays, p. m.
and Peek and. his family with a. degree in education from Sunday guests of the Motts at home of Mrs. Jack Eaves,
GA, first and third -Tuesdays':Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter. Fred Mrs. Otis Crawford I
Richard Cainr.TYYYYYYYTTYYTYYTYYY'
u7.aD1nchar&A&AAAAAALAAAAAALILALAjJ f' : just after school. IntermediateGA die Dinkins is visiting his daughter of Jacksonville were silver tray in appreciation for : Wayne State Teachers Col were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons -I! 11 am. for covered dish l lun

'/ second and fourth Mondays grandparents. weekend guests of her parents, his: service. I. lege. He also served as grad of Gainesville. i cheon.

i returned uate assistant in physical ed-
visitors of Mr. and the C. C. Crosbys. Mrs. Kate Starling Fred McDavid ; I
8 p. m. Sunday Wednesday, May 8-Prayer
Shirk; Shower. I I Mrs. home Saturday after being 1 ucation at Wayne, working Methodist Church
Personals Mrs. Luther Billiard were Mr. and Lloyd Padgett lbs 76th BirthdayA I
A pleasant/event of the week to ; with elementary grades in the Meeting, 7:30: p.m.
.Ir'j from Monday
: I Cora hospitalized
Mrs. Bill Reid and sons of and Mrs. Leon Starling i visited his sister, Mrs. birthday dinner was givento
was ,a stork shower given last I I college school. Rev. 2Chancel
laboratory
Saturday in Tallahassee.Mr. Thursday, May
Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon -children of Jacksonville. Mrs.i Stokes, and his father in i help celebrate the 76th anniversary -
night,'by Mrs. M. M. Green Temple has returned to his Choir rehearsal 7:30
Friday last and Mrs. Dave p.m.
Gainesville
visitors of Mrs. Effie Raymond Suber, :Mrs. Donald[ Saturday. : of Mrs. Kate Star-
Jordan! 'and./:Mrs., ,Bill Gaskinsattie'h and Mrs. I pastorate at the Brooker Bap- 3 Fourth
I
were guests of Mr. Friday, May -
Miner. SUber: Mrs. Everet Oliver, and Mrs. J. L. Johns of New ling. Those attending the t
me/of the former in I Wilson Green and daughters tist Church.Mr. Quarterly Conference, 7:30: p.
Lonnie Prescott, and Mr. and Mrs. George Curry of Jack- River attended services lastll dinner at her home here in I I
honor I.bf. Mrs.. Leslie Phillips.4sociat4venlng .I in Jacksonville Sunday. They and Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. ..m.
Mrs. Vaughan Prescott and sonville spent :Monday with- the:Sunday and were dinner guestsof j Graham were:

was enjoyed!son were recent dinner guestsof Hilliards.TYYYYYYYfYYYYYYYYYYYf1. I her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Massey helped celebrate the<\ birthdayof had as dinner guests last Saturday, May 4Gaines-
by. abort 20 friends, and granddaughter Nancy.Mr. Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. ville District Men's Retreat.
:Mrs. Mattie Darley, Miss Mr.\ and Mrs. Oscar Crosby. :and daughter of Tampa, Mr.
prizes: /were awarded to Mrs.BobBowie .: Sinia Prescott, and Mr. and Other Sunday guests of the :and Mrs. Roger Morgan and ani Mrs. Ivory Hodge Howard Douglas and family, Camp Montgomery, Crystal
: :of Dinsmore forw.lxiningr and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. James Temple Lake. starting 2:30: p.m.
and
:Mrs. Hiram Bennett and chil- Crosbys were their son and daughters of Bronson Mr. and son, Mr. -

three contests. Many dren. daughter-in-law, Mr. and MrsJ and Mrs. Earnest Ortagus and Harley Hodge visited Mr. and and family. Sunday, May 5 Church

191V,'. f 1j''.' 'gifts were presented tot I Sunday dinner. guests of the I Bayless Hiway Sherman Crosby, and family of ,son Earl Starling, Lamar Mrs. Will Hodge at DeLeon Mrs. Earl Green was sur- School, 9:45: a. m. Morning

$J/ >nofee. I I W. F. Moore family- were Mr. Lake Butler. Starling, and Ronald Starling, Springs near Deland last Fri- I prised Saturday night with a Worship, 11 amSnack Sup-

the Refreshments-liostesses. were served by]and Mrs. Pete Torod and By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Minton Rich- all of Jacksonville, Mr. and I day. birthday party at her home. per MYF, 6:30 pjn. Youth ASK FOrt FREE DEMONSTRATION
Out of town
guests included Mrs. Byron,,Jeff Torode of Gainesville, and ardson and children of Tampa Mrs. Harry Piton of. Worthington Greg Douglas, son of Mr. and I Those attending were Mr. Meetings, 7 pjn. Evening Ser- Command Gravely PowerTerry's

Register Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and were weekend guests of his Springs, Mr. and Mrs.: Howard Douglas, was a:I and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. vice, 8 p.m.Monday' .
Bob
and Mrs. Bowie
children of Starke. Church News mother, Mrs. Marie Elixson, Mrs. Roy Starling and family, patient in Alachua General!I May 6Circle 2 Saw Shop
and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. How-
of:, Dinsmore, and Mrs. Van Hi.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and The Revival at Bayless and his brother and sister-in- and Mrs. Beatrice Hines all Hospital several days this ]I : meets at home of Mrs. A. Z.

Koolargen of Starke. sons visited Rev. and Mrs. L. way Church is in good progress. law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth of Graham. Mr. and Mrs week after he was injured in ard Douglas and family, Mr. Adkins, 3 p.m. Circle 6 meetsat No.2

Benefit'The. Dinner T. Howe in Gainesville last I Three c me forward for baptism Ehxson. Kenneth Starling of Brooker a fall Sunday afternoon.Rev. 'I and Mrs. James Temple and home of Mrs. A. F. Sauls, 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd.

Lawtey Recreation Thursday evening.Mr. Monday night. The Cedar We want to welcome Mr. and N. Starling, and Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. James Temple\I I family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,3 p.m. Gainesville Phone: 372-3583
Board will ,
dinner, ,' in the sponsor school a cafeteria chicken and Mrs. John Wyrickof Creek Quartet of Jacksonvillewill Mrs. Leo Richardson back to I Levis Starling, all of Gaines- and children returned Satur- Tinney and sons of Gaines-I Tuesday, May 7Circle 1,
bring special music this
the community., They have returned ville.
Tallahassee
of the
on'Saturday;' ,May 4, from 5:30: spent part .
Friday night, and there will to their home here from PersonalsTom
week with Miss Elizabeth Ter-
.
until. 9 p. ,m. Price per, plate:i : :.be services Saturday night al- .
Fairbanks.Mr. Wasdin of Waldo and
and 'Mrs. Futch. I
Barbecued chicken,: $1.25; Fried ry > ,Joyce so. and Mrs. Southerland are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wasdin
The R. E. Lee
chicken 75 ; $1. Children's plates,!I Sunday in Enigma family, Ga. spent with Sunday is Homecoming, with busy building a Florida room of Jacksonville were weekend ,. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY '< i: I IAuto

ers. Treat''yourself to Mr. Lee's mother. dinner served at 1 p. m. In the' on their home this week. Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W.

dinner-- .Witho t/havini. to prep afternoon there will be special, and Mrs. Raymond Crosby are Wasdin. ,
it., Mr. and .:Mrs. Neil Phillipsand
: ; : Kenneth were visiting his I recognition of the oldest members 'I also adding a new porch to Mrs. Catherine Dyal and -

Mother/tioose Program in Lake ; also a memorial service!their i. home. This is a: sign of daughters were visiting Mrs.
The/first; and ,second' grades grandparents City for the beloved dead from both' Automatic TransmissionsONE
progress in the Bayless Hiway Jo Williamson in Hampton Electric ServiceAutomotive FARM & INDUSTRIAL llotorcycIesSeootersStrejt's

j'liawiey Junior High School Sunday. the old Corinth and Water Oak,,community. The men at Bayless Thursday afternoon.Mr. I
Jimmie Waters has been I '
Vjif.P.n: sent 'a. program of I Churches, which merged to become Church almost have the rest and Mrs. Frank Hines Electric Central Tractor Co. Bicycle Shop
visiting his for few
parents a
Mpiher: Gopse'at 7:30, p. m. Friday !- Bayless Hiway. Everyoneis :
rooms ready for use. Saturday and family of Micanopy were DAY SERVICEALL FCKD TRACTORS
,*.May :3,: In. the school audi- days.Visiting' cordially: invited to attend I will be work day again, and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Service Ford Farming Implements Cushman & Vespa Scooters
Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Ducati USA
t : -Znndapp
vt : Admission: 1st to 9th all services. anyone who will, help is invited! Zack Robinson. fAKES-REPAIR Agricultural Industrial
4C ,, ,.15'xeots; ;, 10th and Wainwright were Mr. and Mrs. who has record Repairs Our Specialty AND EXCHANGE Motorcycles-Sales & Service:
Anyone any
: ; : I to come out and join the men Janett and Walter. Rathff Complete Service & Parts Dept.
Jack Wainwright of I
Way ross, SCHWINN BICYCLES
a.. f '25'cents., .ome'and seethe concerning the: organization of: for a day of work and fun. Jr.. children of Mr. and Mrs. Starters Generators Ignition Good, Used Equipment
..children. perform.ChurVh Ga. last Friday.- Mrs. Wesley- the church or any useful bits Walter Ratliff of, Gator Automatic Locksmith &: Safe Work
: Milton are Solenoids 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville
Kens I Norman of Green Cove Springson Thought for the week: The Regulators, 6615 W. University Are.
of information about the
visiting their grandparents, PHONE 376-5480
Saturday, 'Mrs. Donald Heavens declare the Glory of AramaturesWater Transmission
Service Gainesville 376-7761
,
If SiemDerRevival Services contact J. R.
church
please Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff.
\God, and the firmaments
Knight and children of Jack-
at'F1rst'Sap.tist Church at 8: : Kelly or' the pastor. We are handiwork. Psalm Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis & Fuel Pumps INC. I FURNITURE
sonville, and Louie Lee Wainwright showeth his MUSIC SUPPLIES
P-' ./Thursday: Friday, and I of Tallahassee Sun, trying to get a history of the 19:1.: of. Starke, Mr..and Mrs. Frank Exchange Service on Startersand

S14a3r'n ti this,week. Rev.Ro day. on church from, the beginning. Reynolds of Reddick, and Mr. Generators: 19 SE.2nd Place (next to P.O.)I I Home Beautiful Gridley Music .
Jtallafd of 'Perry is PersonalsMr. and Mrs. Alvin Davis were
dw.: \\l1-gj,::'Everyone con-I I Mr.; and Mrs- M. L. Turner. and Mrs. Thurman Jones FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 'visiting ,Mrs.. N. J. Davis last Wholesale Retail Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 I Furniture Co. Co Inc.
with his mother CHURCH
spent Saturday
'Jintmy Yarbrongh and Junmfoi'larkland and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Eu- Friday. 620 S. Main Gainesville COMPLETEDECORATING
who is ill at th
.. of :Macclenny home of seriously another son anddaughter.inI Igene Jones of Lady Lake wera II. Walton Grady Minister Mrs. Josephine Dortch and PHONE 372-6990 AUTO, UPHOLSTERYL. I II SERVICE CENTRAL FLORIDA'S
were' guest speakers at thY I (weekend guests of her parents, family and Mrs. Catherine Music I Store
: .w, Mr. and. ,Mrs.J. ( I l Vast. ; Rplprtirm_._ .. ... Of. NAHnnanv. .. ... _. Complete _
qt1i Meeting in the First' .I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman. Week of May 5-11 [Chris- Dyal and daughters along : -- -- -- Pianos by Baldwin, Storey B
: AUTO BRAKES I
D. in Wakulla
Turner
Baptist Church last Saturday I Surely glad to see Marty tian Family Week]. j with Mrs.\ Hazel Thomas of Known Brand Names Clark: Henry L. aiiller

nlg')t These 'met'tlngs.'are held Ii i i trs.: C. E. Strickland oi::1 Crosby home after serving a.' Sunday Sunday School,' Hampton, were visiting l\1r.1. & S. Auto Trim GUARANTEED PRICKS Fisehek

on ,alternate Saturdays at 8:30.: .Gainesville was the Friday' year in Germany. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, and Mrs. James Thomas in t Complete Auto Upholstery Assurance of Satisfaction Organs by Baldwin &; Conn

All young people:are cordially:'overnight guest of Miss Elizabeth ..1 1 Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers message: "Essentials of a Happy Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. Hull's Brake Supply Tailor Made Seat Covers CONVENIENT TERMS Gibson & Gretch Guitars-

invited. Terry. I and children of Jacksonville I' Marriage" 11 a.m. Junior Maude McCall of Om- "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Convertible Tops FREE PARKING Amplifiers

Churth, Schedules. I| :Mr. and.Mrs.! J. C Higgmbot-, visited her parents,. Mr. and' Choir, 6 p.m. Evening Service, i eco, and :Mrs. Jimmie Ricks of 603 N. W. 8th. Avenue 1703 N. Main St. Gainesville 1004 N. Main

Gr 'uMeUiodist: Church,ham and children spent Sunday',Mrs. T. N. Norman, last Sun- "The Beginning of.Judgment." Kingsley' Lake were guests of Every Car or Truck Gainesville 372-8661 Gainesville Shopping Center

School I.. vT:43): a. m. Morning with Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig..;uiday.I I: Wednesday Deacon's'' Mrs. McCall's nephew and GARDEN SUPPLIES
I Turning Grinding Relining New and UsedPIANOS
Wors/Up: 11 a. mSirrice Evening I,ginbotham in Maxville. I! Mr. and Mrs.\ C. E. Andrews, I Meeting, 7:30: p.m. wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.. Rat-

8 p. m. MYF each; Mrs. B. E. Reddish is visiting ,jand .Mrs. Linda Andrews and''I Thursday Senior Choir hff, Thursday night. While You Wait BEAUTY SCHOOL Johnson & Paris, Inc. OillTARSDRU3ISSUEET

Tyednesday! 8 p. m.4'1r4 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Porn:;'daughter' Brooker visited the],: practice, 7:30: p.m. Eddie Starling of Lake 1314 S. Main Gainesville Complete Line of

I Baptist Sunday School, in Tallahassee this week. I Leroy Normans Tuesday after!I Reminder: Men's Work Day 'Worth is visiting his grandparents 372-1497 Learn Complete Beauty Culture SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS-- Budget MUSIC Terms
:Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
10 a. in. Morning Worship. 11: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins i noon.: at new church site, Saturday, Girls Women Men

a.. m. Training Union, 7p.rn. Jr. and David were Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby May 4, 8 am. Starling.Mrs. AUTO SALES & SERVICE Tuition Budgeted Insecticides-Pet Supplies Lillian's Music Store
.
Beatrice Hines, Mrs. "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
FREE PLACEMENT
Kate Starling,.Mrs.\ Lula Jones "Gainesville Leader"
224 N. W. 8th Ave.
PERrORMANCEououJ.j and friend' Mrs. Hazel LINCOLN' MERCURY Special Brush-Up Courses PHONE 372-0476 Since 1933

TOTAL Starling and""Rev.'and' buy"Carter granddaughter were COMET.r& JJ.-. u FIAT 1-tt -t ....METCOR.*...tj.?- .... Central Hairstyling Gainesville Fla. 112 S. E. First .. Galnesvim....

r Sunday dinner guest of Mr. Authorized Sales-Service- College INSULATION.ROOFING MOVER .
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and Mrs. H. E. Starling. Part
- 4tfl Gainesville
F. B. Davis and son Harold Trained l\lechanics-Good 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville All American .
; ., were at their camp in the 376-4105 Mayflower "
Used Cars !Insulation & RoofingCO.
Scrub last Sunday. I 1
LOCAL AND LQNO
Mrs. Nancy Henderlight of I BUILDING MATERIALS DISTANCE MOVING

Severville, Tenn. was visitingMr. I Barkley Motors New Roofs Shinglesor
.
>\ f' Storage And Crating
'
<
," ', I and Mrs. Tom Lefevers BuiltUpRoof
I ', i : I 615 N. Main. Gainesville Gainesville Phone 376-5224:
,;
; ; ; last week along with her sister -i Ridgway Roof Cleaning & Repairs

,<," \ < Mrs. H. A. Lefevers, and : Fiberglass Insulation
.i Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Tison of Truss Co. Blown or Batt Security Transfer
". '
Fairbanks. It was the first B & G Motors Co. Contractor or Retail & Storage Inc.

time Mr. Lefevers has seen Wood Trusses & DAY or NTTE ,
his aunt in and AGENTS FOR 1
many years Prefabricated Components
CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85HHJMAN { 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville -,
, i .. I the first time she had met his Any Size Free Estimates i FOGARTY BROS

,,I family. A. great reunion was 1132 So. :Main GainesvilleTeL JANITORIAL SUPPLIES TRANSFER Inc.
\+ + ""
.. had bY"all.. Sales and Service 372-3961-Collect Call Local & Long Distance MovingCraig.StoragePack1ng
: t Mrs. Minnie Crenshaw and Mops & Mopping Equipment

.v Robert Cain of Gainesville Brooms Brushes Phone 376-266
2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441
: I .were visiting Richard Cain PHONE 876-7515 CEMENT I Washes Cleaners 1040 So. Main! Gainesville
last week. : Rest Room Supplies

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\ PTA Meeting: PHONE 372-0933 Phone Day S72-OS02

The Brooker PTA met last "Complete Service for All Mte 372-8897

t Thursday night with H.. P. Slakes'\
I CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST Gainesville's Most Fashionable I EQUIPMENT _
Morgan, County School Sup- OFFICE
: 506 E. University Ave. Address For Ladies
erintendent, as guest'speaker.
DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY Parker'sGainesville's
New officers elected
were PIIOS1UU THAT ALL YOUR
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C lor the coming year. They are: CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE 'WEARACCESSORIES Most Complete:or-

\ -:-- S.,. .. .. president, Mrs. Guy Harrell: Gainesville. Fla. THE BEST FROM flee Equipment Machine
105 W. University.. Galnesvflto,
vice-president, Mrs. W. E. lOnr.--

t4_ 4' Bigham Jr.; secretary, Mrs. DODGEDARTDODGE Edwards Building ;MATERNITY WEAR Complete Office Planning

Joyce Castlen; and treasurer, TRUCKS Inc. Underwood Products,
4. Mrs. Howard Douglas. Supply,
Ave.
Nan's 601 W. University
Sales-Pa.rts-Service
fORO GALAXiCW/XI. SPORTS HAROTO" Garden Club News
L 3U- >S5
,. 726 S. Main 372-4844 Gainesville ;
The Brooker Garden Club USED CARS TOO Stork Shop
IF: YOU KNEW Gainesville Fla.
will meet Monday night.-May I II'' Special Occasion Dresses To ROOFING ,

13, at 8 pjn. at the Community Poole-Gable! Motors Every Day Sportswear
\WHAT\ KNOWS..YOITD. { BE DRIVING THE 1963 TOTAL ,PERFORMANCE FORD Center. The program will ELECTRIC MOTORS Formal* Long Dresses! Slim The Helzel Co.
119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville
consist of "making flower Jim Shorts-Matching Tops S ROOFING

Ford is traditionally the nation's Number One police! car. The Whatever your special demands and needs,. the total performance containers.Birthday DinnerA PHONE 372-4343 Electric Motor BABY GIFTS GainesvilleMEN'S SHEET :METAL

Performance! Ford is the car most likely to satisfy you all the way 114 So. Main AIR pOXDITIONINO
reason: Total
the line.You can prove this for yourself. birthday dinner was'given AUTO SALVAGE Co. I No Job Too Large Or Too Small
When it comes to cars the police don't take 'chances. Put.down in honor of Mrs. Ella Lewis Repair STOREH. 202 S. B. 4th St. GainesTfll

yourself in a State Trooper's shoes. Every day-you must patrol First, look at Ford's astounding record.in .competition! celebrating her 84th birthdayat .OF GAINESVILLE !Xc.'I PHONE' 372-1491

hundreds.of miles in your cruiser. Mileage and time grind into this year in the grueling Daytona, Riverside and Atlanta 500's, the community center lait Paul's Auto SalvageWe COMPLETE ELECTRIC I M. Chitty & Co. aFuller's

ama, and his machine, but when the bell rings you've got to and in the demanding Pure Oil Performance Trials. Only a carD Sunday. Those attendingwere 'I :MOTOR I SINCE 1902 PHOTO SHOP
Wrecked Cars At
ready. Chase. Turn. Corner. Quick storx.You'\e got-to be with total performance could,roll_up so many impressive<< wins.. ; Mr. and Mrs. L. 0.Lewis Buy! SALES AND SERVICE Curie Salts
of TOP PRICESAU Foto Inc.
and daughter Savannah -
able! to do it all if you're going to do your job. Second, before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, Ga., and Mrs. Johnny "Distributor of Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts ,
Mr.
Men to a trooper list t the reasons \vhy he prefers f a Fordand" silent Super Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one latelyyou Lewis and family and Pur- Makes & Models .Used New Lincoln, ,! &Stacy Underwear Adams Nunn- Central Selection Florida's of Finest

you realize how difficult it is fQr any car to measure up can't really know what a new Ford is like. Make this important'to i via Lewis all of Jacksonville, Parts PHONE 372-8318 Busch ShStetson .
Service-We will find
New & Used Cameras
hi* $standards. The car must be strong. :Jit; has to stand up discovery-if irs built by Ford, it's built for performance Mrs. L W. Dyal of Graham, Teletype any part for you. 1030 S. Main. Gainesville & Mallory Hats. Photographic Equipment &

to big mileage. It must be silent/ \\hen you,practically live performance.l I Mrs. J. O. Denison of Lake Phone 376-4512 ,1 S.E.: First St. Gainesville I Supplies
like kettle drum'It l must be swift/ solid silent SUPER TORQUE : Butler, Mrs. J. P. Baxter FLOOR COVERING I
il! a car a rattle can sound a C. L. .Atkinson. Mrs. 'M:5.I i, 1301 S. Main Gainesville MONUMENTS Black & White FlnlshiagIn

powerful enough to catch arjy car.on thejoad. It must be I Central Florida Tile Before Noon---Out at ,5
Pmholster, Danny Stokes, and
1
sure. .dependable even in thfc face of the unexpected Strong." KP ABJ PZQCUCTSKOTO Of. I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. I AUTO TIRES. & Marble Co. Gainesville Granite i 619 W. University Gainesville

Silett, Swift. Sure. A four-word outline of total performance. C@ > F R 0 1! Basket Dinner .

1 he police} demand it. That is why jhey choose the total *CCSPA.M '.,' : The Brooker Baptist Church : FOR THE BEST IN CARPETS BY : &. Marble Works I Ii TYPEWRITERS
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performance; Ford. Why should you settle I f for anything I less: ? -._- gave a basket dinner in the RECAPPINGCars- Trucks- Tractors Lee's, Monarch Downs Loomweave, i CEMETERY& MARKERSLettering MONUMENTS Hancock Typewriter

I town park Sunday; followingi 100% Grade A Cokl' Rubber I Room Size-Wall to Wall & Cleaning i I
ExchangeS
the morning service. I
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Factory Trained Eecapper Installation Marble'
Domestic Industrial
& 1
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS !I honor The of dinner Rev. and was Mrs.given Ralph inI : English Tire & Armstrong and Kentfle & Granite I JOHN HANCOCK
,
Floor Coverings Coffee Tables Counters- Victor R. C. Allen (1tryRegnaSaIes
familY'of' I
: Peek and Gaines
'& Senk-e
I RecappingI COMPLETE LINES OF Fireplaces
ville. Rev. Peek has been serving -I
Starke Florida TOES MARBLE S. I:. 4th St. 431 N. Main Gainesville
i 206, "'estIadison: Street I as interim pastor to the I 1111 S. Main Strart 2135

Brooker Baptist Church fot Gainesville: 372-2197. 1540 Waldo Ed. GTille 376-640i:t Gaineatffle 376-6131 .- ;1'.b.GAe. 36-1: -. .



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Uj Mri. J. L. StricklandIAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA EXXXE PROEUCTS EATS

Our pastor of the Highland ; Mrs. D. E,1111r.rr..nmmrnrrrrr I I SAYF q r I


Church, Rev.. George Chism, Fire Destroys Home
:
1 Chicken House
attended a Homecoming service -
at. his old home churchin I Fire completely destroyed
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Georgia Sunday. Rev.I the long chicken house belonging Florida
Clarence Knight delivered the to' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. FEATURING PRODUCTS FROM AND THE SOUTH

message for us Sunday morning I Horne during the early morn- d
ing hours last Tuesday. The
This was a most unusual f (".
and inspiring message. We I chicken house, empty at the J \
dare say all who heard the |i time was located just south :,tf: .....f'i: ; From Thomasville, Ga. .- Smoked DIXIE
message were really lifted j of the Home's home and was ,#f- '''' : ,_ '': ;.:. h
spiritually and blessed by it. completely ablaze when they '.
Buddie and Nellie Wilkinson -I' woke and discovered it about P ,,j, ; tyt
of Clay Hill visited the 3 a.m.I \.L H A M 5

qtto Hix family Sunday af-I The house had been built .= ...
ternoon. No Nellie is not well,' for raising broilers for several .' .-. "
but thought If she could get years, and Mr. Horne had -
-,,_. SHANK"
away from the house she may been preparing it for a new ., -- -. "
"" 'f!
feel better, but Monday morn- batch in the next few days. < HALF 4:1T fi: Aoly 0 p en OD STO R
ing was unable to get out of No definite cause for the fire c
bed again. Sorry she cannot has been learned. LB.
seem to improve but little. Water was a problem for
'
'" Qr RIGHTS RESERVED
Francis Lang has been very Hampton residents for several QUANTITY
ill, but is improved some. In hours last Friday. Caused bya 4di PRICES GOOD THRU
MAY 4th
informed that pump breakdown the water
fact we were \ .0' .
I jy| COPYRIGHT-WINN DIXIE tTORES. INC. -u.
she was to return home aftera was off from 5 p.m. until mid-
two weeks stay in the hos- night.
pital. We hope she continuesto Mrs. Jessie ChastaIn attended FROM FLORIDA SAVE 3'/2< STANDARDTomatoes.

improve. the legislative boatacadeat Whole Butt Half 45
Rev. H. B. Renolds a for- Branford Saturday, given or ? < 303 CAN 9z,
.
by the Suwannee River Au-
mer member of the Baptist ,
After LARGE ROE c::::::"': 4. Y'----: :----:' :: ':"--:':' ---\-'f: =:::::'.'::'==' =--:.-.: ''' ':'J
Home Mission Board, Semin- thority. a dinner on the FROM ORLANDO FLORIDA SAVE \JOlt DEEP SOUTH SALADMULLET
worker, former pastor of banks of the river they trav- LB
ary -
a number of churches in various elled by boats to Fannin 19c. W-D BRAND BEEF SALE B! Dressing. Quart 19
places over the nation, Springs where they were
was with us Sunday eveningat guests for a fish supper. FRESH PORK C :.JSCT FROM ORLANDO, FLORIDA SAVE 10* STRAWBERRY
Highland Church. He gave Mrs. Rosa Sparkman of LB.
LIVER -
19c FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND Preserves DEEP SOUTH 391
us a short history of our Brooksville is spending two
24-oz, Jar
Home Mission Board and its weeks here with Mrs. Louise
work through the years in our Manire. ECONOMY SLICED FROM GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA SAVE 104 .

United States and other na- Mrs. Jeff Baker and baby BACON 3 LBS. $1 5 t k Ib. 88 LB. 991
,tions. At present he is out of son are visiting relatives in e a S BAG
the pulpit due to bad health Atlanta this week.
SLICED ENDSBACON FROM VALDOSTA, GA. SAVE 5%f CRACKIN' GOOD
to cataract growth on
and
-
Mrs. Lawton Sadler under-
each eye which he is to have went surgery Monday at Bradford 5 LBS. $1 e SIRLOIN or T-BONE Jumbo Pies 3 PKGS $1.
Removed this summer, then he County Hospital in
plans to return to full time Starke.Mr. FROM EUSTIS, FLORIDA 5 FLAVORS CHEK

work. He delivered a very inspiring and Mrs. F. B. Hall of PATTIES Steak LB.88C i :
us Sunday, soul-stirring night. All messageto should Gainesville visited Sunday LB 19c Soft Drinks || 1201 CANSFROM 41 ?

with Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade. .
have heard these two messages TAMPA, FLORIDA SAVE 6* EACH LYKES
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. LAMB '
Horne
Sunday.with us Even, he if always our pastorisn't pro- Jr.week moved from to their Hampton lake home last BREAST LB 19c BEEF PLATE Com Beef Hash 15-oz. 2.9St ?

vides someone who can preachfor
us. Brother Chism and near Keystone Heights. They C FROM VIRGINIA SAVE 2* EACH THRIFTY MAID
are now living in the formerJ. GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN S

evening.family were with us Sunday Division. W. Bedenbaugh St. house on BACKS & NECKS LB 10c. ew '. LB. 19 Apple Sauce f 8303CAN5| | t

There will be a baptismal Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall .
service on May 12'' at 3 pm. v" .>W #*rR
and > .,
All candidates awaiting bap- daughter Regina were Sly A "a* \k' i
u "
tism will be baptIZed.Our Friday: evening supper guestsof ." e CHUCK FROM TENNESSEE --7-,,..--- s
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wat-
Training Union has i i terson. Sunday visitors at the BAKED IN JACKSONVILLE, LA Pillsbury's' Best ..__ ?

the decreased last few in weeks attendance, but we in |!j: Watterson home were Mr. and I t Fresh Dixie Darling R oasl lb. 49 '

hope to work harder than we j||. sonville.Mrs. Frank Hardin of Jack- F LO U R r J

have been and try to build up IS

attendance again. By doing I erson Mr. of and Starke Mrs. were Floyd Sunday Raul- RAISIN BREAD EXTRA .LEAN, FRESH GROUND j 5 LB J 9" t ;yXIGR4 i ,
this, we,must 'build up the interest visitors BAG !WQ!
at the home of Mrs.
lead. No the one Juniors has been since tryingto the Ina Knight. 9 Regular 29! 19 J lb. $: limit 1 with $5,00 food order 1

doctors have forbidden this 16-oz. Loaf B.: :1
lowly person working as leader ix THE COURT op run e e
so an' appeal was made fora FORD COC.:>TY corxTV.-JUDGE: FLOIUUA U RA D., I : S. % pkg.t. .
leader for these boys and IX PnOHATE. .. .
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CUT ON DOTTED
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girls. Again the request was I In re: Estate of
made that I lead the Juniors.I Tu Junius All M.Creditor Smith, Deceased.and t 1t
Person

help agreed have to try the, but promise asked for of Hating You Against and Claim each Said of or you Estate Demand are hereby 1 1 crAM T.REEN,+s !e" I I Il I / 1141 fit. I I .II I IH.4 j1 sA E vs 1n 1ca 1 1 .PORK NECK BONES TAilS FEET LB. lOC

help so we should have a notified to present any ,
Junior Union that will interest claims and demands which you 1 N3 .Y. 1I
or either of you may have a- Yr 1
all and all can be proudof.
galnst the estate of Junius II.

will. So be come looking on.for Juniors you! we County Smith Bradford, deceased to County the County, late Florida Judge of ,said at of 1 ?%&/: GREEN STAMPS c r t, 1 i II 1 ,Q.ax.1..1... .. _4 4-.'Jl.._ftMftJJ

day We School had 73 Sunday present morning in Sun- his!Raid office County in at the Starke court. house Florida of _- WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR 1 50 Free ;j.WGreen Stamps : 50 Free 2&C Green Stamps 50 Free
100 within six calendar months I ,o NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE .. t WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF :: JWITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF e 52*
of these were per
and 58 from the time of the first publication
I 4 I Two PKGS. RICH'S FROZEN ONE PKG. BRYON'S FROZEN ONE 4O-OZ, JAR DEEP SOUTH
cent members. The Primarieswon of this notice. Each Good Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With I
the banner again. Againwe claim writing:or, and demand shall shall state be the in 1 I May 4th A $5.00 or More Food Order. f t t Chocolate Eclairs Bar-B-Q Sandwiches Peanut Butter SEI

say the older people place of residence and poet office 1 1 GOOD THRU MAT 4TH 0000 THRU MAT 4TH b GOOD THRU MAY 4TM
I Ill li I' tI d t tdG JitilA, tdd
address of the claimant ibl
interested in IGRE
should be as and shall be sworn to by the { GRee AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Sunday School work as the claimant her agent her attorney 6TAMpy 1 6TAMV5 'I 4 17 } ds! 18I ,
are. We will and any such claim or demandnot imssmmiiw r:
younger ones next Sunday. Will so filed shall be void. ---.----.--..--...................................I '
for
look you
VIRGINIA W. SMITHAs : ,.
YOU BE THERE? executrix of the Last Will --'; '" -- :-" -- '-
and Testament of Junius: II. .,,, r r t r r c itJ+ r I. ill lsrirl P lr 6) FROM PAHOKEE, FLORIDA FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET
Smith, deceased. C t4f i
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r First publication April 18, 50 Free af Green Stamps 0 _R_ '_A---e r_ a
RIGHT POINT for the 1J63.LAZON'BY!! :!. m :;:- .,. rl-'- '-
TilE DELL, GRAHAM I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFSI.OO F I d ,_:
way you write. Come In and WILLCOX & BARBER, o 0 r I a EAR -- - --
select your favorite ESTER. Attorneys for Executrix OR MORE WORTH or t, FROM ORLANDO FLORIDA ASTOR ((6-oz.)
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE P.O. Box 13Gainesville, :Florida! CANDY I
r Ift Or'geJuice 5 CANS99
GRAPH. 4-114t 5-9 GOOD THRU HAY 4THAT et ..
ANY
WINN
J Ip -DIXIE FROM CROZET, VA., MORTON Chicken n, Beef Turkey ,

STARKEBUSINESS d f Lf Meat! Pies. 5 8-or, $1. '


a,,,, t t r r)t 1 t d 6 FROM CROZET, VA., MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, C'nut

DIRECTORYAUTO 50 Free W Green Stamps Fruit Pies. 3 FOR 51.FROM
WITH THIS Ba LARGE FLORIDA. GRADE "A" Every Egg Guaranteedsnc .
COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
SI.OO OR MORE WORTH OF TAMPA, FLA. SUPERB RAND

REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE Health & Beauty Aids g I P Ice Cream ,/:' GAL 59

GOOD THRU MAY 4TH iS3
Earls GarageALL Gardners AT ANY WINN-DIXIE DOZ. FROM TAMPA, FLA. THRIFTY MIce >

KINDS Of Gulf ServiceEvery 20 r d ( I Milk.I 491
AUTO REPAIR WORK I_ I vi GAL
All Work Guaranteed Mechanical Service
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Phone 869-:"" General Repairs Automatic
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P.A-LA- TKAFLOR' f ; j' M : !
TIRES & BATTERIES J FROM IDA + a FROM JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : FROM KENTUCKY
Budget &ermsad Service Colonial FloristHAS 4'


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Rambler Sales &; Senic Starke -_Phone 964-6291 Limit one r il SAVE 21'f t ::1 3-LB. CAN L %' t -.

GENERAL REPAIRING LANDSCAPINGWE L" ? I- ; _
please t SAVE 7* Ii
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FI&ESTONB Mufflers LANDSCAPINGAND SPECIALIZE IN I ;=v From Jox, Fla. DETERGENT I' I MAXWELL HOUSE From lax, Fla. / I IV_ FROM SAVANNAH Save IK ;'r

Tires, Battertee. Acc'.asorlet NURSERY I I A &% I' _

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Hurst's expert tree' removal and] <" Limit one with food 4.,- / Limit one with $5.00 or : Limit one with food ay ,

Trimming.Your I !"- order. : : more food or "" ? fy ''essoD order.m ..
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