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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 9, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME EIGHTY-FOUR _. __ STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MAY '9, 1963 NWIBER FORTY-FIVE

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In Surprise MoveBoard Only 2 Persons DissentBoard
Residents
Lawtey Council SR




I Rescinds Request Turns Down Favor WaterAssessment Gets Backing I-




: For Golden Plan

: Triangle" _I-
Fire !
Department For New Courthouse I-

State Road 16 residents who
The Bradford County Commission county's
secondary road fund. attended the public hearing

in a surprise move I New I The action rescinded by the ; motion." Kelly asked. held.bY the Starke city coun- _

I Tuesday afternoon, voted to AngleIn i board Tuesday was taken at 1 then moved to estab- cil, at its regular meeting

1 rescind its recent action asking I the regular April meeting : a fire department, but .Tuesday night all favored being

j the State Road Depart WrangleSen. when the clerk was instructedto and Councilman Wayne assessed $1 per foot for From 6 Civic Groups

ment to deed all excess right- write the Road Department cast the only affirm- water lines to their property

y of-way on U.S. 301 South to 'I Charley E. Johns requesting the excess property i votes. the board happily learned. _

the county. In other action and Rep. A. J. Thomas be deeded to the county. It The lengthy discussion re- A delegation of residents
the Commission dispatched I was proposed at that time from Green Acres subdivision Resolutions and statements from six ( .'ViC groups
Jr. announced yesterday almost entirely around
r telegrams to Sen. Charley E. !I will hold public that the county could sell cost in insurance and fi although they will not be affected Plans Are Made favoring construction of a new courthouse for Brad-
they a
Johns and Rep. A. J. Thomas I "The Golden
Triangle" and
but the cost of pur- by the proposed water ford County, snowed the County Commission at a pUblic -
9:30 Sat- __
at _
hearing _
Jr. a.m.
"vigorously opposing"
any use the funds wherever it saw lines
which will extend
fire truck and only here morning leaving no doubt
a Tuesday ,
a hearing
local legislation that might be urday, May 18, in the fit. A letter was written to
to house it was not to the property owned by Ru- in its efforts -
( introduced requiring the Road courthouse on proposed the SRD making the request, To Redistrict < that the board has near-unanimous support _
I dolph Hutche Department to give "The legislation to require the but no reply was ever: received. to obtain adequate quarters --
In other action Monday ,wasalso prwent at the meet-
I Golden Triangle"disputed state Road Departmentto The unusual interest in the ing in cathe council did family.At WPA assistance at a cost of
parcel of'excess right-of-way' narrow triangle, which has no the council: Entire CountyIn the conclusion of the
not want to discuss that
at Madison and Munroe I deed "The Golden Tnangle" Revived for a short while area. I 60000. Thomas said. He
especial value in itself; stems This project will be the two-hour session Commissioner 30
second -, pointed out that "another
streetsto Starke-Brad- at Madison discussion of water
4 the and from the sys Jerome Johns moved that. I
fact that it !borders undertaken
'I by the city, and
I*.4! lord County Chamber of Commerce Munroe Streets to the for Lawtey when City a hastily called years have now elapsed"
the session determined the
on east a block of Mun- the other being the Bessent "having neces- I said that the life expectancy
: for purposes of a future Starke-Bradford I roe Street which is Ethel Reddish read let the County Commission met with
I County no longer Road 'sewers, under the assessment sity, we proceed planning, of any building should not bo
CC building site. : Chamber of Commerce.The used due to the re-routing of from the towns of Hast method. Wednesday at 10 a.m. with constructing, furnishing, and I much than that before
longer
The motion to rescind theboard's r U.s. 301. Whoever "The Callahan. and Waldo. Charles Hardy, recently
owns retained equipping" a new county
I Bradford legislators Fate Brown wno it becomes obsolete. He saidit
i owns the
previous request to the she had been instruct-
Golden Triangle" will fall heir by! the board to work courthouse. The motion was
announced the hearing largest tract of land affectedby was generally conceded thatthe
Road Department was made to one-half of the unused to write, about how they out an acceptable plan for unanimously carried.
after tele- their the proposed water line, new courthouse would bt'I
toy Commissioner George W. receiving block on Munroe, if and when water systems. realigning county commission The hearing was held at
was the only property owner built and that he was now
Roberts and: there was no grams from the County the city closes it legally. Thus, a 'Ui ess you can find a way who will be assessed that'waspresent districts as well as voting pre- the suggestion of County At- I primarily concerned with tht'I
opposing vote.Commissioner. I pay for it after you get it. cincts.
Commission Tuesday in addition to the triangle torney H. Knight who said
Jerome I : don't see any use in going at the meeting. He Hardy had I location. He suggested the new
stating the board's "vig- i the owner would have a wind- presented three it was a necessary prerequisite -
Johns. a vigorous exponent of fall of approximately 25 feet it [a water system," told the council he is in favorof tentative plans to the hoard to applying for a federal structure should be placed
having the SRD deed excess orous opposition" to the Kelly said. "I don't the line and is willing to at its regular where there would be plentyof
additional frontage on Madison !-.. meeting Monday loan or grant for constructionfunds.
right-of-way to the county.had SRD giving the property St. [State Road 100]. we could get a hund- be assesSed: He was told by and had been fold to parking area and room for

left the meeting at noon to the chamber. customers." the council that the time limit meet back with the board Friday expansion, and at the same
two
Guy Andrews. owner of the Only persons spoke in
for Tallahassee where he was "I don't on payment of the assess- time located where it would
know
half
Chamber directors at. building formerly housing ; the morning at 10 o'clock for opposition to the proposal: !
attending legislative committee ment could not be under six further not upset the present bal-
around
here haul discussion.In .
are
tending a meeting last I Winn-Dixie at Madison and Lex Green and Foster Shi !
hearings on a bill pertaining water to drink months, but could be much ance of the business district
Thursday voted to ask Munroe. vigorously opposed s now a hurry up move however Smith who pointed to the
to cigarette tax funds for more depending upon the
I the county's bid for title to Massey replied. Chairman J. C. Prevatt danger of the county overextending During the hearing resolu-
the counties. for the triangulrar parcelof the "Well, I want to tell you .size of the assessment, under I I sent out word to the boardto its bonded indebt-i tions or statements of endorsement

I Johns who is also presi. unused U. S. 301 I should triangle be sold, saying by the that State it I I i I've been drinking I present council policy. After meet with Hardy Wednes- edness, and the possible:; threatto were filed by tht:

dent of the chamber of Commerce right of way at Madison I Road Department. A public water since 1935," Kelly Tuesday's hearing no troubleis day morning.All race track money now com I Starke-Bradford County of

had favored the gift expected in getting agree- Commerce, Junior Chamber
and Munroe Streets as a auction of the parcel, sched- Commissioners were ing to the county if the larger -I

I of the triangular parcel to site for a future CC I, uled by the SRD several weeks I "Does anyone know whose ments'from any resident. present except Jerome Johns, counties of Florida gain I of Commerce Starke Rotary
the chamber. A meeting of Brown declined to reveal
Law-
is contaminated Club, Starke Lions Club.
I ? Coun- who had left Tuesday's meet- control of the State Legisla- ;
f ago<<; was suddenly postponedat
Chamber directors was held i building. Although a the amount of property heowns No. and tho
tey Lodge 189
the last minute, with no I Shuford asked. ing early in order to attend ture. Green said the trend of ,
last. Thursday afternoon and, vote was taken, a quorum "According to [County or ,the amount of proposed legislative committee hearingsin control to the big countieswas Civic Roundtable.
although'' a quorum was not of directors explanation. Andrews says he assessment. Plans of
) was not Jack, Trawick
: Tallahassee. inevitable and would ulti-
present. a vote of those attending j is willing to bid at public au- the council, are,to proceed immediately -
I present. ._ tion for the with half the. wells in town After discussing Hardy'sthree mately result in loss of rev
property
,
( was favorable to the with the project. ExplainsAudit
Morgan
I I Massey told him.- proposed plans at length enue to small counties, suchas
else being given equal .
anyone
- proposal. i that "Yes but,has. he gven'any- Green Acres property owners the board told him to obtain Bradford.
at time
commissioner Roberts, alsoa reaffirming his opportunity. were, told by the council
any names or shown .you more complete figures on vot- Green admitted his opposi-
member of the Chamber belief that the excess'rjght| Since Andrews &)owns the ?" that funds are not available : Comments
Shuford asked. "I er registrations by sections: hithe tion to the new courthousewas
"The Golden
of-wa3f, including -
rectors opposed the proposal property the: west side of :the at: 'prest.'li- .extend city
on
; Triangle" should Be disposed Bradford County county as ,a guide to establishing a lost cause, however;
-of in the usual manner the' unused block of Munroe. Department is 'slack] utilities to that area. Present districts that wouldbe and that the campaign for it

Building Plans that is to if he also gets title to the triangle there is a contaminated sewer .trunk:.lines.are already as equal in population as i was apparently well organized.He Bradford County .School
required by law: ,
operating! at full I Superintendent Harmon, P
capacity
haven't closed i
they up, : possible.. expressed hope that when
he would fall heir to
be sold by the State Road Department -
the fact that the I thfs week termed
plus treat-
added. the new building is constructed Morgan as
told -
and monies received the entire block if the Hardy the board that '
city i
Are Revealed The council also appointed ment plant. is operating at the law requires Commission it will be in close proximity "mild" criticism of State Auditor
I placed to the credit of the legally closes the street. .
- -- Wainwright: to the only 20 per cent efficiency, an districts to be as equal in to the present site in ord- Bryan Willis on an:auditof

I Through May 25Auction Recreation Board of which will necessitate the population as possible, but er to protect the present business the school board for fiscal

By School BoardPreliminary the recommendations of expenditure .of more funds does not mention area. He district which "is paying year ending June.30, 1962:and

,' members. Recreation than the city has availableat the bulk of taxes to run the said he considered the report"a
said. however, that he thoughtarea
members are appointed the present time, the council county." rather good one."
should also be a factorin I
plans for six $ $ Given. five year voIving'.terms? reported. An $18,000 lift mapping the new district Attorney Knight said he Bryan criticized the school

new classrooms and a libraryto means that one new [Continued on Page 21 liners. would like to see the present board for their lack of central -

cost member must 3 he 'ap- courthouse remain intact for purchasing system and

000 were approximately approved $100- couli"a each year. Mrs.. F. B. May 22 June 1 use of fringe agencies that for not obtaining bids on some
Monday by
the Bradford County School By 21 Local Firms present president, will would otherwise have to be purchases of more than $300.as .

down when her term included in the
structure
Board at its regular meeting, new required by law.
'ITwentyone
.
according to County Supt. ends.Mrs. Drive at additional expense. The auditor noted however.
Harmon P. Morgan. local business be saved by those receiving I Bryan also presented CleanUpSet Smith said he would favor that the financial condition

firms Auc- them recommendation the five construction of a new court- of the school
Four of the classrooms are giving away and used to bid on $700 by board was good

costing about $50.000. and the tion Money-dollar for dollar worth of prizes to be auc- body that the adults house only if the county wait- and:! that financial operations

library, from $25.000 to $30.- -*n purchases made in tioned off Saturday afternoon Lawtey hold a monthly For SStarke's tarke ed until it had" "$100,000 cash were generally conducted in

000, will be constructed at the their stores through Saturday May 22, at the old on a separate night in the bank. accordance with legal require-

new Southside Elementary on May 25. Starke Hotel vacant lot on that of the teenagers. Former Commissioner H. A. ments and good business prac

S. R. 100 south of Starke and The Auction. Dollars are to Call StThe council voted unanim- Bishop Jr. told Smith it wouldbe tices. Records were well kept
to allow the dances! bid for the title of. jects to be sent into campaign illegal for the Commissionto
two classrooms, costing $20.- grand prize to be auctioned "the nation's cleanest town"( Willis said, except that tan-

000, will be built at RJE High i is an 11-foot upright the night to be decided* will start May 22 with the headquarters for purposes of accumulate any such. cash gible personal property records -

School in Reno. The school I Circuit Court I i deep freeze with a retail value at a latter date by the 'rec- opening of a "Clean-up, judging the good effects on reserve. SftSFi were inadequate.The .

board authorized a call for. of $275. Only' Auction Moneycan board.A Paint-up, Fix-up Campaign"to the community."If Retired County Clerk A. J. auditor noted that the
Convenes Here I I Negro delegation was al- Thomas Sr. said the original financial condition had improved
bids on the job as soon as be used to bid on any run through June 1. it all of our groups and individuals -
final plans are prepared andS : prize. present at the meeting to was announced yesterday by courthouse building was erect- as indicated by the
13 request that culverts for Al Gregory and Dr. will get in there and ed in 1902 at a cost of 25000.
approved by the State Department Monday May All prizes are now on display Wayne fact that available cash balances
work Starke stands
a good Nothing further was done to
driveways be put in new Whiffen co-chairmen of the
of Education in in the show. window of as of June 30 1962 totaled -
county-dug drainage. ditchesin I unified drive. chance of winning national it until about 30 years later
Tallahassee $43.801 as compared toavailable
Morgan says, a the Starke Harware Co. "
The Bradford County Grand front of their homes. It The local campaign is part acclaim, Gregory said. when a wing was added. with -
matter of about two weeks. Participating stores, where to cash balances of
Jury. convening here Monday, I the second time the delegation of a nationwide contest to select ,
Thp additions to the county's Auction Money may be obtained : $7,090 on June 30. 1961
May 13, for the spring term f had asked that ditchesbe the community in various k
school system will be financed of Circuit Court, will considertwo with purchase of $1 or o filled in and extended, so I population brackets thatmakes Answering the auditor's

mostly through state cases for possible indict. more. are: s that water will run oflt instead the most progress in a ? criticisms Morgan said that
funds from two sources a ment Western Auto Store clean-paint-fix-up effort. 'a_ 1 bids had actually been received
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of standing in the ditches I.
capital outlay debt service ,Stump's Dept. Store Last year Gainesville was a -4 on all purchases over
State of Florida vs Alice in dry weather.
fund which nets the county Ann Jenkins 29-year-old Starke Recap Co. j-unner-up in its category, $300, but that they were Obtained -
about $20,000 per year anda Eagle's Dept. StoreKoch' Councilman Massey also I: and is competing again this by the principals mak-
state construction fund Lawtey negress, charged with told the council that he had
:) Drug Store year. ing the purchases! and were
the Nov. ,23 ,fatal stabbing of: several complaints about dogs
which pays the county $200 Worth's Dept. StoreCarp's : The campaign was broughtto not available in the school
Henry Brown also colored,i bothering residents. Council the attention of the
[Continued on Page 2)] Dept.- Store Civic board office when the audit
0 at Brown's home in Petes-i Bullington's Appliances agreed that too, many dogs Roundtable by the Starke j was made.

rule, east of Lawtey. are running free within the Jaycees and was quickly,
Barksdaie'sAlvarez The superintendent also
II State of Florida vs Charles town. but after much descus-' adopted as a citywide projectby
Clothing Store said that central purchasing
a
Donkey ; Welch, charged with grand Lion reached no decision con- this group which is repre-
Slade Gas Co. system for the school board
I larceny, in connection with cerning them.Suggestions. sentative of all civic organiZations -
Gem Jewelry in the community might be justified but thata
Baseball Game j obtaining mortgages from Ed of shooting the ,
Bottom Dollar Chairmen have been named
I Strong, Lawtey negro, on a dogs and of establishing complete survey would be
shell home being constructed Ruby Johns Beauty ShopLella's 1 from member organizations, needed to determine whetheror :
BUS BASEBALL dog pound were dismissed by
,
Dress Shop and each win have charge of '
not full time
a purchasing1
by the company Welch work-. the council because of laws
i ;-2 I
Priest's .a special phase of the cam- : ; : ; agent would the school
save
DIAMOND ed for. Dahmer's Discount House :I prohibiting the prior and the paign. !

Informations that have already Starke Hardware Co. expense of the latter. City Plans for a kick-off naradr.. I board money or not. Morgan

:Monday\ May 13 I, been filed by State Attorney Denmark Furniture CoParr's I ordinances, however, give the I for Wednesday, May 22, are I said that it is Impossible for

T. E. Duncan are State council authority to control being made, and will be an- him to make all the purchases -

8 P.M.American \ I of Florida versus: Bargain Co. Telegraph CenterBradorcj I the dogs if they become both- nounced next week. I I Captured Shine Poured Out I needed for all the schooL

Legion : Eddie Cocomise. Joseph' ersome or do not have license, Some 20 local organizations I in the county because it would

: Dreizler. and John O. Under- At present, no dogs owners in will be cooperating in the draw too much from his administrative
Game The bevy of 10 gallon session of moonshine
HearingsAre unified effort the whiskey. duties.
Vs. Jaycees : wood, grand larceny; Lawtey have purchased a license and coop- j
drums shown above was all Harry Lanier pleaded guilty
eration of individual residents
Henry Evans grand larceny : and the ordinance has
:
Scheduled
I' is that was left after Bradford I to the charge in circuit court
just as important the
as
Admission: Hosea Harden and Warren I not been enforced.Registration Legion ElectionSet
j work of these groups, it was County sheriff's deputies and.: and paid a $3400 fine but! no

Adults $1.00 ;I David Lee Jr., breaking and Twenty-one public meetings pointed out. state beverage agents poured I" informations were filed against Tuesday NightPost

entering; have been scheduled by the I Set The success or failure of out approximately 227 gallons, Charles Lanier and

Children 50c Charles Phillip Mulligan, Game & Fresh Water Fish I For First 'GradersRegbtraUon the campaign depends on I of moonshine captured by Deputy II Capitano. 56 American Legion

escape from state Prison; Commission for the purposeof what all of us do," Cochairman Willard Williams February There were 19 ten gallon will hold its regular meeting

I James Daniel Rickett. discussing the 1963-64 for children Gregory said. stre.ssinJ'that : 23 on S. K. 18 south of I. drums of whiskey one 20 gallon I with election of officers for

This Space Contributed I breaking and entering; hunting and fishing regula- the basis for judgimthe Starke. drum three five gallon the next Tues-
entering the first next coming year
I' Robert D. Rol, escape from tions with the state's sports- grade contest consists of both i Captured in the arrest of jugs and two one-gallon
Weekly to Publicize September win be held at day night.In .
I State Prison; the degree of improvement in I three Tampa men was a 1953 bleach jars filled with moon-

Community Events by :I Robert D. Rov escape from men.The following meetings will I Lawtey Jr. High School.:: May a community and also the! Chevrolet and a horse trailer shine. addition to the electionof

Elmer Whitworth, burning be held in this area: June 4. I 10. from 9 a.m. to 2 pm. amount of participation by stashed with the Illegal shine In the photo above Bever- officers, plans for the Department -
The II
Community Children must be 6 years, individual towns people. Convention In Clear-
I, woods; Jacksonville; June 5, Gainesville and a 1962 Ford. AH three age Agents Paul Lucas and
old by Dec 21. 1963. Birth He urged who will, Claude Veal the water will be made and delegates
everyone 47 left
State Ii Clarence M. Smith. Earl ; June 6, Live Oak. Location -Ii men Harry Lanier ; are on
Bank .
and certificates must be presented be taking part in the cam-, Charles Lanier, 24. 'and Sam and Deputy Sheriff Robert elected.All
Staton Curtis
Fort and time of each meeting -
I at this time. I i paign to make before and after -, Benny Capitano were charged Green is standing behind theo members of the Post
[Continued on Page 2] will be announced later. 1 ,
photographs of their pro- with transportation and pos- drams. ,_ __ are urged to attend.





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Mrs.. J. R. Walnwfight and I I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Irby I i Alton Road as the church'', 114 Cases:Tried Legion Slates !12 Woods Fires I Dave Penoyer
Mrs. Charles of Starke
Darby and Mr. and Mrs. .A. Q. Smith members had requested last ,

and sisters, Mrs. Carl Chamb- I of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. I: TVI ef:. I In County Court. Are ReportedTwo (Receives Honor.

liss and Miss Rubye Fugateof I L.R.. Brault of Keystone I Street Superintendent S. 'During J April! Donkey Ball : 1

Jacksonville spent the week- i I Heights were In New Orleans, i iI R. Hicks was instructed to woods fires were reported -I The Oil-Company has

''''Ih end with their brother-in-law La. from Thursday to Sunday 'work with A. J. Thomas Sr. in } Thirty-four persons were !Monday Night by Forest Service headquarters I I honored Dave H. Penoyer of

and sister Mr. and Mrs. A. 1'1 I I attending the Gulf Life In- determining the cost of wide- ''! 'I here during the past ,I Starke for his 15 years of service -
. .. GLADYS MOOTT convicted of unlawful speedin I
.
.n PHQMC: M44651 Spencer in Winter Haven. 1 surance convention. ning the road. week:, with 2.6 acres burned. to motorists as a Sunoco -
j April to head list of 114
Mrs. L. 'M. Noble of a American Legion Post 561 Since Jan. 1 there have 1 i dealer. ,
sara-I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns The council told
was by cases in Judge T. A. Yawn'scounty .
.. Cot and lira. J. A. Griffin| Local patients in Doctor's I sota,was weekend guest .: returned Sunday from New Roy A. Dewberry 801 W. i' court. | and the Junior Chamber of i been 62 fires with 473.3 acres ( Mr. Penoyer received SuiS

. attended the National ].Hospital this week include:I and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs.I I I Orleans, La. where they went Frances St. in Pinehaven There also 19 j j| Commerce will clash Monday i! burned as compared with 131 Dealer Loyalty Award Plaque

" ,Association convention in Tarn Patrick Welch, Starke; James Nollman gave a luncheon for I!I through the Oschner Clinic Subdivision, that raw sewage each for were having driver's cases j J i night at 8 o'clock at tha fires and 1,168.8 acres burned : from R. G. Ernst, manager of
no
,.... pa last Thursday to Saturday. Van Buskirk, Keystone Heights eight on Saturday for her :from Monday to Friday of has been flowing for three I high school baseball park in ]: during the same period last Sun Oil Company's Jack$or-
.. for the I III j license< and disturbing_ the j a Donkey Baseball Game. A. I ville] Sales District at
and ,
rtp They also visited in Clearwater Wayne Bell, Maxville; Levi Pre- houseguest house-I I' last week. I days in the large drainage j for a meeting -
peace by fighting, seven year.Rainfall
; : will be given away to I
.a. and Lakeland. vatt, Waldo; and William Ste- guests of Mrs L. G. Mrs. Seymour. Marco of ditchfbich runs through j:' running a stop sign and five pony reported during the of Sunoco dealers at the

"0'? :Mrs. Bertha Pearce returned'phens, Raiford. Mrs. J. D. Carter and Miss Jacksonville was visiting Mrs. I Pinehurst, and Saratoga 1 J for writing worthless checks. '' some lucky person during the i week ending Tuesday: New 'I.General Motors Training Center -

Sunday from six weeks visit Phyllis DeLoache of Buford game. i River, 1.1 inch 1.7 in Jacksonville.Mr. .
Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and Jerome Johns Monday. Heights subdivisions. He requested Four charged ; Highland, ;
persons were Somp of the I
with her son-in-law and daughter -Miss Gloria Johns will ''be week- S. C.Mrs.. I Mrs. Carl L. Johns ,and that the ditch be ![, with voluntary intoxicationand j. personalities Santa Fe, 175. j Penoyer operates Dave ;
l\ who will be "riding 'em cow- !
. Mr. and Mrs. C. L.. Hill:end guests of :Miss Annie: Darby Benny Walters of New Mrs..Homer Wood spent Mon- closed, but was told by the four with failure to have i boy" are Manager'B b Wil- |- Sunoco Station in Stark

:,a.and. family in Clearmont Calif. and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. York City is spending two day in Ocala. council that overflow pipes a vehicle under control and j
Hams of the along i
Jaycees
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She also visited friends in San1'rrencisco. Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe weeks 'with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Flo Lyons of Jacksonville which are used only in case three were j .
""*' : persons charged with Fred Snell Mayor Ran-
, and Marion Green visited Mrs. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sr. visited her niece Mrs. J. of pump failure have been I with each of the offenses of i( d a 1 Chittv.. Commissioner

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pflesh- Robert Cantrell in Jacksonville I.The'Crosbys also had as weekgnd C. Fogg and family on Wed- causing the trouble. City Sur- ; improper passing, failure to i
Smith,
George: Roberts. A. Q.
%V, anger spent Tuesday at Cedar last. Saturday. I guests, Mrs. Louis Gay nesday. veyor Merrill McMillan: told appear] [upon summons], and !> and Drew Reddish for the'' TERWILLEGAR

Key. I Mrs. G. A. Gay has returned and daughter of JacksonvilleBeach Mr. and, Mrs. Maurice Wing Dewberry that the lines cannot violation of the charter of
Jaycees, with a dozen more.
rye :Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss home after being: confined; inDoctor's and Mr. and Mrs. N. 't attended the funeral of i be closed or sewage would the Railroad and Public Utilities -

Annie Darby had as guests 4 j' Hospital with pneu- R. Hardy of Pompano Beach. Mrs.: Emma Williams in Wau- back up, ,into. homes when Commission. For the Legion will be Dr. '

;i during: the weekend, Mrs, J. A.!Imonia.Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Glen. Conner chula on Monday. I the pumps failed. Sewage I Two cases each were recorded -j' A. J. Barrv. Buddy Bishop.

.. .Wainwright of Sarasota, Mr.,I -. L. G. Powell and Mrs)' 'and family of Orlando were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall and flows into ditch only in emergencies < for wilful and wanton |!1 Julian McRae, Arch Thomas. ,

|..,- and. Mrs L. E. Jordan of 0Vief -!F. B. Beard Sr. will leave Friday visiting their parents; Mr. andMrs. granddaughter' Debbie Shu- ; 'he said. reckless< driving, driving while 'j! Jr., Bill Haa George Pierce, .

da, and Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Griffin -, 3 for a week's visit in South Barney McRae and Mr. ford, spent the weekend at Council did promise to stop 'intoxicated, improper driver's Charlie Schaefer Billy Jackson -

*" of Jacksonville.. I Carolina. Mrs. Powell will visit and Mrs. Leon Conner over their cottage on the Ockla- the stench of the sewage and license prostitution, reckless and others.

Attending the National her sisters, Misses Louise and the weekend. wahq, River.. to repair the pump house in driving by driving on the Proceeds from the srame

*,,' Guard Association convention]Etta Fripp, in Columbia, and Miss Anna deArce of Lake- Mr. and: Mrs. Bill Costelloand Pinehaven, however. wrong side of the road viola- will be used for charitable

p" in Tampa from Thursday to :Mrs Beard will visit Mr, and l land was visiting Miss Mary family attended the rose A request was made by i,] tion of the restrictions on a j I purposes. i

"j Saturday 'were: Dr. A. Y. Cov- Mrs. C. A. Fountain and other Beth Crawford on Sunday afternoon show at Garden Center in Harry Talbot representing driver's license, carelessly Come earlv and watch the '

Ington, Albert' Lee Crosby, Fred I relatives in Cartersville.Mr. while her sister Miss I Jacksonville' on Sunday. the Florida StateFireman's I I. burning the woods, and petit. donkeys parade. I, r

* Snell, Maurice Wingate, John and Mrs. Wallace Solano Marie deArce was visitingMiss" Mrs. O. S. Dixon of Hermitage Association, that the city's !I larceny. ,

' Stephens. Herbert Sellers, and Miss Annie Saunders attended Mary Ann Dally. Tenn. is spending sev- firemen be released from I i There was one case each of >Four To Tienoy's

j>, Robert} Jacksoa, and Vincent It the Solano family re- Mr. and Mrs. Don Championare eral weeks with her son-in- their present insurance con- 'possession moonshine, breaking -I i iI

Spengler.o union at Jacksonville Beach on attending the Society- of law and daughter.: Mr. and tracts with the citv to takeout 'j I,. and entering with intent I PLUS *

'nc Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and Sunday. American Foresters meetingin I Mrs. Donald Bagwell.: cheaper policies with to< commit petit larceny withholding B State \,

a children of Miami wDl spend Mrs. Titus Olson entertained'I Orlando on Thursday and I Mrs. L. C. Adams spent more benefits with the asso- support rape I'II'!

the ,\\"eekend1th :Mrs. W. G. i at a birthday dinner on Sunday Friday. overnight Monday with Mr. elation which is statewide.| sion of tax paid posses-I'I Four Starke high schoolboys ::1

11 HaileMr.- 1 for Mr. Olson. Helping celebrate ,i ME. and Mrs. I. T. Taylor and Mrs. Stanley Adams in Council said compliance would i j session of moonshine soliciting : have been selected to attend !

4) and Mrs. W. A. Stern 1 the occasion were ][r. of Fitzgerald, Ga. were weekend Jacksonville.Mr. be made if releasing the fire business without' a license,i the annual BoYS State in ;

spent Tuesday at Jekyll Island, and Mrs. Paul Hawkins of guests of Mr. and Mrs- and Mrs. J. L. Dowli n&' men does not decrease the no valid driver's license, drivIng } !' Tallahassee! in June. Thpv : 5OOO

HI, Gat Jacksonville and ][rs. Maude Gilbert Goldwire.Mr. of Daytona Beach were overnight percentage of employees participating -I I while license revoked forgery are: Tom Gardner, Ernest .

Mrs. F. F. Stump and daugh- Smith, Mrs. Ruby Mizell, and and Mrs. J. R. Kelly guests Monday of Mr. in the present city and uttering a forgery, Jenkins.! Michael Maruca, and ,

ter. Lillian, will visit Mr. anairs. d Mrs. May Hawkins of and son, Roger, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. plan below the requirement. selling fresh water catfish John Williams.

W. H. Thomson and fami Richard E. Waldo'l and Mrs, J. H. Raulerson in Mrs. Henry O'Hara attended City Clerk Merrill Edwards without a retail license assault Alternates are: 1st, Robert :

" ly in :llonticello and Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmond Gainesville on Sunday* after the funeral of her niece was instructed to check on and battery, followingtoo Hoffman; 2nd John Wager: I II S&HGreen

MM. Jojui Griffin in Ochlochnee son. was recently promoted to noon. Mrs. Toy Pearlie Oberndorfon the present requirement on closely, driving on the 3rd Don Thompson; 4th, Da- I j
the Col. and Mrs. J. W. McNeer April 30 in Valdosta. Ga. the amount of participation.I J wrong side of the road leaving -
Ga. on Mother's Day, and 11 rank of Seargeant 1st rtd Blaisdell. ,
Mra. class at Riverside of New Port Richey spent the Mrs. Oberndorf lost her life on The council agreed unani-I J the scene of an accident, i'
Stump's Military
birthday. Boys State Is
weekend with Mrs. M. F. the yacht. Jerry Mar, which mousy! to turn over to a'' and dangerous. weapon. a program
Local admittances to Brad-: Academy in Gainesville, Ga.I j soonsored annually bv the :
Brown and family. sank at Bimini on April 27. credit bureau a number of !; Stamps
ford conduct, scholastic
County Hospital this week ; and mill- Florida Department of American i
: ,Ray Goldwire has been, Miss Carol McRae attended :
inactive accounts that have
,, ? include: Mrs Louise Kite, Mrs. The promotion was based on Mrs. Coleman, 63, Legion in which the boys :
transferred from Ba the Phi fraternity
Abaco, Pi Kappa not been paid I
Loyree Cocomise. Mrs. Honor tary records. selected spend a week in Tallahassee :
* hama Islands to Big Island, weekend at Stetson in Deland Services Held
Pay raises of $2.50
Sweat, and Mrs. Lou Mrs. Rhoda per 1
Ruby I i studying state
'''1' Dampier attended gov- ]
Va. as assistant the weekend.
director
personnel ovpr
Heraey. the Clerks Club month were granted to three At Kingsley LakeMrs. prnment. They for and
meeting of the run ,
for Owens Illinois Pa Mrs. George Fortunas and
workers in the city
Mrs. S. S. Field of New Selective office I hold
'" Service Board at the Mills. children of Apalachicola spentThursday all offices from county :
York City will arrive Fridayto Blanche Hotel in Lake City per hall upon the request of City Catherine A. Coleman! commissioner to governor. The !
MrsPat Cauffman and to Monday with her ;
spend this month with Mr. Wednesday. Clerk Merrill Edwards. The 63, a former resident of ivw, who 1i *ort novprnnr i
daughters Judy and Debbie parents. Rev. and Mrs. R. E- I
I
and Mrs L. F. Smith. I|I Mrs. Effie Johns had as Fri- clerk said automatic raises Starke, died last Friday in a\ will go from Tallahasee to I
Mrs. Emma Badman and Ka VGarbett : MacBlain. '
"J Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and day'< dinner guests Mrs. Henry : are supposed to come each i Jacksonville hospital after an' Boys Nation In Washington. I
( spent Saturday a t Julian McRae is in Sarasota
six months, but had been J
daughter, Evelyn, of Orlando o! .. Daytona Beach. 1 attending the Life Insurance ; the council the
passed over by
will spend Mother's Maxville. Mrs. Coleman was born in'
Day weekend Saturday guests boys, with the American Legion -il
of Georgia conven
Jim Willis of I Company
Tavares spent
past few times.School .
?,? with Mrs. W. S. Slade. were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith the weekend Clay County and had lived hi" are the Starke Rotary II

Mrs Fred Guy of Gainesville: of Dade City, and G. W. Bats with Larry Noe- tion.Mr.. and Mrs. Tyler Jones, Jacksonville since 1942, moving -I Club. Elks Club and Civitan ',I
was overnight visitor Tuesdayof :den. and Miss Mabel Holloway gel.Mrs. : there from Starke. Club. WITH EACH PURCHASE
Jessie Young spent the and Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Green S Boards i
She is survived her husband I
her mother, Mrs. A. Z. Ad-of Jacksonville by
weekend with her sister Mrs.H. and daughters were in Callahan The selections were made by ,
kins. I ,Mr. and :Mrs. Floyd Parrish C. Scroggins in Ocala and Sunday visiting relative Elijah N. Coleman of the high school faculty ands ;

and Herbert Parrish of Brook-, they toured the Bright Taylor Mrs. Sue Miles and Mrs. Planst'cohtlnuecf Jacksonville, four daughters, I recommended to the Legion. i 1962 Chev.
er visited :Mr. and Mrs. G. A:| day lily gardens in Ocala on Hutchins' spent the week Building four brother.sons, two sisters, and j"\ iI I $2395 -- Impala

Gay last SundaYy end in Warner Robins, Ga. Tom Moore i
Saturday ., ;:
Funeral
services were held[
? ; :
Mr. and Mrs: Wesley} Andrews Visiting Six withMr'vand' ''Mrs': L. ''H.! From' Page j' One] Ford V-8
Gun Automatic
Elected
Territorynear at 2:30: pin. Sunday in the I] Fla. VP \ or, Radio

ar rss; n AlCOi have had as visitors, I Ocala during the past Goldsmith. I Kingsley Lake Baptist Church I and Heater.
Mr .and Mrs.: V. E. Dowling i' Saturday or Sunday were Mrs. T. B. Harding Sr. returned per student gained each. The with Rev. Percy Knight offi1"dating. I I,Of CEC Clubs i
.. of Jacksonville on Sunday andS. Sunday from' three'weeks county must match the latter
: Misses .
Gayle and Dianne Edwards Burial was in the !J
... R. Roberts and Herman and Sally Hardin: Mr.and visit with Mr. and Mrs. fund dollar for dollar if it is Kingsley Lake Cemetery with,! Tom Moore of Bradford I 951961 Ford Galaxie

I Roberts of Lake-_ Butler- _n__ on--- I Mrs. Palmer Williams Harding Jr. and family in to obtain them. Hardage & Sons Riverside {I t, County High School was ej j !
: Monday.Mr. Odenton, Mi.Residents. Bradford schools added I I i f lected vice president of the
. HEARINGCLASSES I and daughter Donna, Mrs. approximately Funeral Home in charge of !I 500, Fordor, Fordomatic,
and Mrs. James Black- 136 pupils whichat Cooperative Education Clubs
Ruby Cook
and Carter Power
" Bobby ; arrangements Steering and Brakes Air
: sheer spent the weekend at Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren $200 per pupil will net the of Florida at the state con- ,

..au HmOarttr Daytona Beach. and children, Mrs. Emma: LikeAssessment county $27,200 from the state I f t tI vention held in Miami Beach, Conditioning.

..
/ TBatwpwIghtCcBnfoit Mr. and if it is matched like I April 2428. Marshall Sullivanof
Mrs. J. D. Doyle Badman and by a
.> Set too Exciting RevM.A1CO granddaughter, Red Cross WE HAVE TWO
visited his sister, Mrs. C. A. i Debbie Cauffman; Mrs. Billy amount from the county. Jacksonville was named

Geiger of Green Cove Springs Dowling and children Mrs. Plan Morgan hopes to get the county's' :Fund Drive Set president.All .
I
in the J. Hillis Miller Hospital -!! Stanley Noegel and daughter, share of the matching of the delegates stayedat $1495 -1960 Ford Fordor

MR. T. V. DUCK JR. in Gainesville on Sunday I Sharon, and Beverly Crawford ', [Continued from Page One, ] funds from an increase of I Citizens of Bradford CounI i, convention headquarters,

,,, A Hearing Aid Consultant afternoon.Mr. I ; Maurice Edwards Sr. ,i i. about $2.000.000 in tax assessments ty will be given an opportun- }f i the Deauville Hotel and enjoyed V-8, Fordomatic, Radio, Heater,
,
and Mrs. I station would also be requiredto caused the j the recreation facilities
Vernon Nut- by
new'
From and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Jr. I ity to help with the Red Cross: !' Air Conditioning.
tall 1 reach Green Acres the ; including swimming pool, ice
have returned hydrocarbons at
to their and family: Mrs. plant Brook-
W. T.
.
Jackson I which
is this year celebrating i iI
MAICO home in Provo, Utah after and Mrs. A. G. residents were told! er which will net the schoolboard ; skating rink and a complete I
Loud I
HEARING on its 100th
anniversary. A one- '
They had told the council shopping center on one floor. We're Loaded
two
months visit. with Mrs. T. and families, and Mrs W. T. that approximately $30,000in 1! day fund drive will be held : With Good,
D. Dyal and Mr. and Mrs. E. Jackson Jr.; Mrs. Donnie Mas they would rather wait taxes. [ There was a complete schedule i
Friday, May 10.
r. SERVICE J. Dowling Sr. Laine until the city can give them of activities for the stu- !
The
and daughters new classrooms must
I i I Barbara both sewage I Mrs. Edward Hall chapter Clean Used CarsOu7oi
Mrs. John David Carter and and water before be added dents attending, including recreation !
; and Joy, Willie Green and because of pupil increases i
Jacksonville
: Fla will give lines run secretary asks the public to :
any
are to their
granddaughter Miss Phyllis i Linda Sanders Morgan said at the and instruction, and :
I Linda Owen ,
r FREE demonstrations ; be prepared to renew
.hearing-tests and I property. ; memj j i
DeLoache of J3uf ord. S. C i several outstanding speakers
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gassett expense of other programs'I i II
berships and to make
j Friday' May JO, were weekend":ijes :.of Mr.j; and family; Suzie Broadway Mayor Randal Chitty also] which badly need funds to contribution, thus a helping generous I were heard. I II
at told the Green Acres I
and Mrs. L. G. Isoii ell and,.arii'Bfcbbie Faye Smith delegation expand. The shop program at ,
andMrVaadMrs.
; to
the
: Koch's Drug-Store family. =** .*,* '"', ,.. that the council expects Bradford needs assure continuanceof I II I
W. J. Eppersonand High School
vital Red Cross services
rr rr }.I'. and Mrs Bill" 'Dansby, family; Mr. and Mrs.I package the extra on three cigarettes cents per expanding. ... badly. the supt. Bradford County and hFun' For All I,
: to of Jacksonville were visiting( John Roberts of Hillcrest M pres said and an IBM machine
Stoke, Fla. ; i'surly i out the world. :
I under
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. o.n consideration by .
Dansby and
Mrs. Delbert Green data processing course should !
and : "When a Red Cross volunteer SCOTCHDOUBLES
the state
rr Sunday evening. family of legislature to do be added to the ;
Starke. CooperativeTeacher
calls
the necessary repairs and I to Education on you tomorrow At Rock Bottom Prices-Plus

build trunk lines to the sub programto please be as generous as your,:

: i per division.!package The extra will net three the cents keep keeping.up with., modern records means requests.will"Let permit us all." Mrs.work Hall together 5,000 Green Stamps Free
city
-
i In other action at the
TI to insure
I m E t approximately $30,000 per school board the success '
year the mayor said. meeting the recommendations of this drive:'
of thee Board
Additional volunteer split
is the G Jn other action at ti: --1959 FORDS
of
Trustees
; meeting: were acted uponas !, tors are still needed. Please '
; the board followed them is
i call Mrs. Hall and offer
; The council told a Library your
; making teacher reappointments. -
TO Board group header by Mrs. services. ,
Teachers have been
Herbert Ritch, notice will be i 5 -- I
notified by mail of their re- WAGONS
given in a few days as to PUBLIC INVITED TO :
appointment. STflTIPLUS
EVERY
whether o'r not the city can BBANFOSD! HOMECOMING

Perlan'Trees afford an extra $40 month to
SPRAY Rev. Joseph E. Norman, -
provide rent on a new boil THURS. KITE -- -
; ing. The Bradford County Circuit Court pastor of the First Magnolia .'!'
Baptist Church of Branford,
.M HI Public Library is presently invites the public to attend CALL 964-6261 MORE NEW AND USED
housed in the upstairs of the 54
= old county jail and is seeking IContinued From Page 1] annual Homecoming Services For Information

... FOR SCAB AND WORMSDon't more suitable and larger there on Sunday, May 26. CARS f(SELECT FROMT .
breaking and entering at : t.i -
; Preaching 11:30. Dinner
... 1 quarters. Charles I Starke Lanes .- .._ ...... _
Tanner : .. .
resisting an I 1 p.m. Afternoon sing. Comeand ] --. : :-- -. ;: :- .- :-,
M Gamble This Control Of Mrs. RUth reported that I I,
!
Your Pecan Trees Is officer with violence to hiss bring your, 'sing rs.
part of the Register building 1951,
MX person; ''' FORD V-8
Not An Expense-It's An Investment on North Walnut Street {the tl John I t AMUSEMENT
That Matthew
Will Yield WayWzlk.escape .
Zipper Notebooks .
recently renovated old Park $% (9 at CENTER 65
u i from State Prison: CLUBJCOUPEGOOD ::
You Bigger Returns Theatre] can be rented for Joseph Elmer Wl tworth.I Bradford County TckmDr h. i .
$100 per month. The city already I
..* l' budgets the library $60a | escape from State Prison: CO1rVp1T10NC : ;
Harold B.
Yarbrough. grand
MlM: OUR MEN ARE THOROUGHLY TRAINED month so an increase of I' larceny; Many Thanks To My Policy OwnersYou

tor* r $40 would pay the rent in Benjamin
Starling Jr.. none -
:: IN THIS'CONTROL the new building. have made it possible for me
-
.
.* The delegation said the 'I WITH
I
MM* new quarters would be on the 1 and wife Jackie
mtt HOPE my to attend the
> Call Today For. Free Inspection .: ground floor which they said BAPTIST j I

would be HOMECOMING. Leadership Convention
highly desirable andwould of Liberty ..

E; And EstimateFLORIDA probably increase theirpresent' The annual Homecoming at i National Life Insurance yr .CLYDE TERILLEGAR
circulation Company
.. of 1,600 toy I Hope Baptist Church will be' ,

.... .. 2,000 books. I| held Sunday May 12. A basi i from May 12 thru ,
May 16 in Biloxi
A delegation from the! ket dinner will be followed ] ,
served -
EJ: PEST CONTROL 7.11i Madison Street Baptist;, by singing and fellowship tt r T 0 .D !

Church was told that the i) during the afternoon. : grateful. ay

.. .. city would provide labor to l I Everyone welcome. !
,11' build sidewalks and fill ditches I -
-
:..: AND CHEMICAL CO. in front of' the church f select TOOT favorite ESTERi i i ERMIE JONES Your Authorized Ford. Dealer in'I'

*eeflwJMi WI on Alton BROOK Fountain Pen TELEGRAT1L .
539 E. CALL ST.. HOSE 96t-3965 I Road but prices had i t -

,I not yet been obtained on i i Ii I Representing Liberty National 1 Life Insurance Co. Bradford, .and. Union Counties I

J Widening the pavement of.J. II I- i
j
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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA' .1;: PAGE THREE
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Miss Nichols Weds Stork Shower .TTTYTYTYTTTYYYTTTTTYTIBayless Mrs. Elva Sullivan [Mrs. Kelly, 58


Burge SearingIn r I For Mrs. BadgettMrs. WHAT, WHEN Hiway Services Held 'Of Gainesville

I Ik
Church RitesMiss Last Friday
: Bob Badgett was honored AND WHERE .

at a stork shower last By Sirs. ,O. E. CrosbyA4AAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA' Mrs. 'Gertrude Hi Kelly 58,
Marcia Diane Nichols, Mrs. Elva Jones Sullivan
: ..V Friday evening in the first J formerly of New River died
A widow of the late Albert L.
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-M51 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '
Christian Church fellowshiphall. MayOToastmistress I I Monday at her home in Gainesville -
Colie Nichols of Chattachoochee I' Sullivan; died Tuesday morn '
Hostesses were Mrs. Edwin Club, 7:30 P'I Church News : after an extended illness
became the bride of I ing in Miami after an extended
St. Mark's Southside PTA Williams,Mrs. Virgil. Jordan ,m., Methodist Fellowship HalL The revival, closed Sunday ;from cancer.
Auxiliary I illness.
Earl Burge Searing Jr., son II
afternoon with dinner the I II
I Miss Elaine Colson Mrs. May 10 on due
Plans Installs OfficersThe of Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Sear- L I' grounds. Ten members I II Mrs. Sullivan was born in Before her retirement,
Clean-up Day ing of Starke, on Saturday, Lonnie Fullwood, Mrs. Ed Pre BPW luncheon, Garden Restaurant I I were Bradford County and lived to ill health,, Mrs. Kelly was
added to the church roll with
i
vatt, Mrs. Charlie Cowen, 12 noon. :
OnMayI8th April 20, in the First Baptist II here most of her life. employed as an attendant at
Southside ElementaryPTA another
coming in Sunday
Mrs. Gerald Griffis, Mrs. J. May IS : Be-
J Center.
I sunland
of Chattahoochee.The I Surviving are two daugh { Training
held an installation of of- Church B. White, Mrs. Ed Hicks, and Bradford Band.Boosters 8 p.' night. I II she
fore to Gainesville
The Woman's Auxiliary of Thelma Milliken,, moving:
double ring ceremonywas I II ters, Mrs. t
ficers at its Tuesday Arthur Alvarez
I meeting Mrs. Emory Prevatt. i was the
Band Hall. ,,
St. Mark's Church I m. I and Mrs. Hilda Griffith had lived in the New River
Episcopal I cafeteria.Mrs. performed by Rev. JohnR. 1 i iI Ocala,
night in the school The hall was decorated for Beta 7 I oldest member present and
met Monday night at 7:30: Martin, pastor of the Sigma Phi sorority Miami two Guy:section for 33 years. She was
: Charles installed love from the I ; sons.
0-1 Darby ,. the occasion with arrange- p. m':, home of Mrs. J.D. War was given a gift
'clock at the home of : a native of Pensacola.
Vero Beach and!i
church. Sullivan.
I ;
the. following officers: president ,{ ments of spring flowers. The ren. I church. 1 i
Walter Richardson. The devo- Jr. The candlelighted' altar was ', ,- itJ'i'IJ vAn Othma Sullivan, Miami; and I Surviving are two sons, E.
:Mrs. Maxie Carter ;, r. : : .' :. ;, ,., refreshment table was 14 impressive memorial
tional was given by Mrs. Herbert vice-president, :Mrs. C. B. Ter-! bedecked with white gladioliand ...'.-,"},; ,..!., .'...'\f.: ....,ri";;{ft:: \*'
!; Thomas. willegar; treasurer, Drew Red gypsophylia mums, flank- .', ,: ... ,7'<; .. JoA4"lJt"l: '. ,.. A and centered with an Methodist Church. I Crosbrand his committee. A: Hampton. j Joseph P. Kelly of Titusville,

The president, Mrs. Clyde I dish; secretary, Mrs. Carl Minx. ed by four seven-branched white _1,"_:-.'::'"..".N,,N_;Jt{_.trt 1f_:_:.._,u"-{!..'_;.4 _..;_:\.,>.', __,_,'! ment of pink roses in silver I:I p. m., I! beautiful plant was presented I II I Funeral services were held i and one daughter, Helen Kelly

Terwillegar, conducted the I :Mrs. Harry Hatcher Jr. gavel) candelabra holding bowL At one end of the table I I I to the church in memory of : at 3 pm. Friday in Hope Baptist lot Gainesville; a brother P. J.

business session. and the bud the devotional preceding the! lighted tapers. Pews were mar-: Miss Wainwright was the crystal punch bowl. t tained Wednesday night witha the beloved dead. Church.. Theressa, with: j.McGinn of Foley, Ala.; five

get was adopted for 1963. A 'business meeting. Mr. Hobbs ked by white satin ribbon and silver trays and compotes special dinner; Those en I I .Don't.forget Young People's i I; Rev. Merle Packham officiat sisters, Mrs. Bessie Santora,

report was given by Mrs. principal, announced that the bows, each adorned by a single To Wed Mr. Shaw held mixed nuts and decorated joying the occasion were Mr. Meeting Friday night. at 7:30.: .: ing. Interment was in the Waukegan IlL: Miss Rosa Mc

George Winkler on a course I school had received $100 worth gladioli. On July 14thMr. cake squares. The gift and Mrs. Billy Raulerson Mr. PersonalsMr. I family plot under direction of Ginn, and Mrs. A. Llstander,

which she attended at Grace I'of library books purchased by Mac Gilchrist, organist, pre- table, sovered with a white and Mrs. James Quimby,. and and Mrs. T. N. Norman DeWitt C. Jones Funeral both of Pensacola; Mrs. Joseph

f Chapel in Jacksonville on the i!the PTA. A past president's I sented a program of nuptial and Mrs. James Rich- linen cloth, was centered witha Mr.. and Mrs. George Euler. and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mc Home. Murphy and Miss Florence :Mc
work of the Daughters of the!' music and accompanied the Ginn, both of Brooklyn, N. Y.
pin was presented to Mrs. J. ard Wainwright of Starke announce I tall white stork. 'I Mr and Mrs. Gerald Griff is Rae were among those from

King. T. Prevatt Jr. The meeting was soloist, Miss Donna Sharpe of the engagement and I Fifty guests were invited to 1 I and children and Mr and here attending the annual Gentry To SpeakTo Also surviving are six grand
'
Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid gavea adjourned by the new pr ident.I Marianna. approaching marriage of their : attend between the hours Mrs. Don Newmans visited the McRae family at Dade Memorial children.

report on the District m I Refreshments were served Colie Nichols Jr. served as daughter, Betty Lou: ) to Eugene i 7:30 to 9:30. Stephen Foster Memorial at Park near Bushnelllast Methodist Men I The Rosary was: recited at

Auxiliary meeting held April .by Mrs. Grady's first grade the groom's best man. Ushers Frazier Shaw, son of! White Springs Sunday after Sunday.Mr. 7:30: p. m. Tuesday in the Wil

24 at St. James Parish in 'and her room won the attend- were Rex Nichols brother of Mrs. Frazier Jerry Shaw and ,HendersonEvansEngagement 'At Ladies' NightEdd liams-Thomas Funeral Home
I .- and :Mrs. Eldon Sapp
I' noon.Mr.
and
Perry. Those attending this ance banner. 1 the bride, Donnie Duce the late Mr. Shaw of Starke.I and Mrs.. Amos Carlton attended a birthday dinner W. Gentry district lay chapel in Gainesville, followedby
Edwards of Starke. Told
meeting were Mrs. Kincaid.! Jerome wedding will be an eventof .and sons of Palatka visit-:
.! The honoring his mother, Mrs. J.j leader of the Jacksonville Dis- Requiem Mass at 9 a. m.
Mrs. Walter Richardson Mrs Garden Club Tours Miss Shirley Jo Nichols attended 4 ed her father Johnnie.
Sunday, July 14, at p.m.in I in St. Edward'sIhurch
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Henderson S.:Sapp at her home last Sun trict of the Methodist Church, Wednesday
Julian McRae and Mrs. Ter- as her sister's maid of the Methodist Church, with I Dobbs last weekend.Mr. Starke, with Father
I i Prison GreenhouseMembers dress of gold, of Ocala, former Starke. Green; will be kuest speaker at a
willegar. An invitation was extended honor, wearing a the reception immediately: and Mrs.; John day.Eev. Cornelius off ida-
residents announce the engage and Mrs. A. L. Fewox, Ladies Night meeting of the Dougherty
with cascade of
to all members of Dis- I accented a following the ceremony at the Sapp and little son'visited the
of the Starke marriage Rev and Mrs. C. A. Crosby Fel- ting.
ment and
approaching in
Methodist Men's club
i and ribbon : Fort
trict III Auxiliary to meet atP golden rapture roses Starke Woman's Club. Lowell Allen family at
I Garden Club were guests of of their daughter. Margaret and Rev. 'and Mrs. -John Gordon lowship Hall Monday night. Interment was in St. John'sICatholic
for the I streamers. White last .
t. Mark's in Starke : Sunday.Mr.
I
M. B. Jordan. of the Voca- I II I The bride-elect: is a gradu- Patricia, to Robert I Cemetery in Warring-
fall meeting Oct. 23. Mrs. Miss Carol were supper guests of Mr. Supper will be served at 7 p.
I The bridesmaids, ate of Bradford High School : and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins I
tional Agriculture Department Evans, of Mr. and ton, near Pensacola.
George son
and Mrs. T. N. Norman last
Kincaid also gave report. on sister of the groom, m.
I Searing, attended Florida State i of Old Town and Mrs.
of State Prison, on a tour of and !Mrs. Mark Evans of Pownal R.
Thursday night. Active pallbearers were
Christian Social Relations. It Gladys Melzer and Cleo, University where she was a i: Ethel Ryals. and Miss Jessie Mr. Gentry is a member of !
P the shade house, green house Center Vt. H. Green Jr. C. E. Andreu D.
,
voted to send $25 to the dressesof Mrs. Alma 'Dyal of Hampton Methodist
I :was Chandler, wore aqua member of Kappa Delta so-I Farnell of Lake City were Riverside Park
and prison grounds on Satur- The wedding will be an event D. McCloud, Frank Hietzman
Cuban Episcopal Relief in :Mi Satin brocade with white spent the week with her
day morning. rority. The bridegroom-elect;' Saturday guests of the Tomp- I Church and has been district I
I of June 1. Steffanelli, T. C. Booth,
ami. A box of clothing was carried cascades and Mr.!. Henry
son daughter-in-law.
Following the tour the 20 : accessories. They I is also a graduate of ,I i lay leader since 1956, in ad-
also donated to the Red cross.I members attending enjoyed ''I' of yellow rosebuds and I ford High School and Brad-I kins.Mr.. and :Mrs. Calvin GriffisSr. arid Mrs. Jerry Dyal, and attended dition to varied other church and H. O. Bates.
I II CYF Members the revival at Bayless The family requests that contributions -
Mrs. Thomas reported that I luncheon in the prison staff feathered carnations. I I graduate of the University of had as Sunday guests their activities. '
the Easter Egg Hunt was well I in mar- with Bachelor of Hiway last week. be given to the
lunchroom. The bride, given Florida, a Enjoy: Outing children Mrs. Lonnie Craw- The following new officers
I
attended by approximately 50 i degree. He is a member Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crosby American Cancer Society in
riage by her father. was gown- Science I ford and children of Macclenny. will also be installed by the

4 Sunday School members and 1 UDC Chapter ed in a long white dress of of Alpha Gamma Rho! Sixteen members of the! and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin and, children of Jacksonville, club at this meeting: president lieu of flowers.

visitors. lace and satin, featuring a i fraternity. He attended the i Christian Youth Fellowship'! Griffis and children of Lake I and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bob Mullins; secretary,

Mrs. Terwillegar urged all Elects OfficersThe fitted bodice and very full University of Georgia Law I enjoyed an all day outing at I'I'I Butler. Crosby and Gwyn, and Lena Gene Williams: treasurer. : Recent BirthsSgt.

ladles of St. Mark's Church skirt. Her bouquet was formed School where he was affiliated St. Augustine Beach last Sat Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Thomas of Orlando'were'Sun Randy Johns. Don Championwill

ty> meet at the Parish House W. T. Week's chapter, I of butterfly roses and stephanotis with Sigma Nu fraternity. urday. I had as guests several days day guest of Rev. and Mrs. be program chairmanfor and Mrs. Benny B. Pre-

at.8 am., May 18. for a clean- U. D. C. held their electionof I tied with egg shell He is presently a senior at I I The group chaperoned by last week Mr. and Mrs. L. J. .t C. A. Crosby and attended the new year.- vatt of Columbus, Ga. announce

up day and covered dish officers for the coming ribbon. I I the University of Florida Law Mrs. John Shambarger, Rev. Mikell Jr. and children. While i Homecoming! the church. the birth:of a son, Ira Allen,

lunch. year at their May meeting on I Immediately after the ceremony School and is a member of I II Bob Badgett, and Miss Bar- here they enjoyed a family Mrs. paris Middleton and! on May 10. Mrs. Prevatt is the

The third Sunday in May Wednesday afternoon of last the bride's parents entertained I Phi Delta Phi. internationallegal .II bara Blankenship. spent the get-together every night and sons of Fort Myers spent last 'Band Boosters, former Judy Allen daughter of

has been set aside for the week at the home of Mrs. E. at a reception in fraternity. day swimming, sunning and were, joined by, Mr. and Mrs.L. .. week with her parents, Mr.I' Mr. and Mra Ira Allen of
I Matthews with Miss Madge the Fellowship Hall of the of I'i Mrs.- Joe Meet, MondayThe Starke.'
Provincial Gift. Corporate All friends and relatives enjoying a picnic lunch. B. Wade. and Dyer. ,
I Middleton as co-hostess. church. The bride's table was the' couple invited. I I :Brown;
1 Communion will be celebrated are Mr., and :Mrs. Cecil Addison M's. Lean .of -Jacksonville -
the- iun. Miss Middleton., president covered with a cutwork clothon ,y,VVVVYVYVVVYYVVYYYVYRAIFORD I. I
q at regular 7:30: ser the Jr of Brooksville are visiting --spent part of last Executive Board of the Bradford County Hospital an-
presided over the business which was placed I II Mrs. Sapp HonoredOn I week,as the guest of Mrs. Sal- -
vice.Mrs. three-tiered wedding cake. I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Band Boosters will nounces the. following. births:
meeting. Officers elected "Crawford.Mrs. I '
Rawson Davis and Addison Sr., and Mrs. Theodore ly .13 at .
meet Monday May ,
were Miss Middleton. presi-I Seasonal flowers in pastel BirthdayMrs. I. Mr.-and. Mrs. Jack B. Cnffis
Mrs: 'Walter Richardson are Rosier. We understandMr. Dolores Craig and :. in the band hall
7:30
: : m.
I p.
silver
dent; first vicepresident.Mrs. .I shades were flanked by : Starke, a son, Ricky Dale,
members of. the visiting. com Addison has been trans- children of Jacksonville are
Jesse Newsome; second candelabra holding white tap- J. S. Sapp was pleas- . ; and the full ,body. of Band '
- - ] .
mittee' for the month'of May. ferred to Palatka and we are spending a few days with her l.tay.Z'Mr.
birthday will at 8 pl'm.All
Boosters meet
at
vice-president, Mrs. Lester antly surprised a !
Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar and Crews; secretary, :Mrs. O. L. ers.The bride's book was kept dinner and family gathering !" Mr. and Mrs. James John- glad to have them closer" uncle and,.aunt,, Mrand Mrs. : Band.Boosters are urged and Mrs; Jose Arturo

Mrs. George Miller have the Haynes Sr.; treasurer, Mrs by Mrs. Colie Nichols Jr., sister -I at her home 430 Center St.,,, son and sons of Jacksonville home. I Perry" Lyons. I. to attend the meeting.! !Islas, Lawtey a daughter. Ce

care of the altar and are I Joe Wilson; historian, Mrs. L- of the bride. Mrs. Bud dvj,I last Sunday on her 75th an-. .were last Friday guests of Mrs. L- B.. Wade visited her :Mr.. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett I,celia, May 3.

chOir hostesses' for'May. Mrs. G. Powell: recorder" of crosses Williams of Graceville cut the niversary. I the1 Charles' Tamli son family.Mr. children Milton Wade and i and daughter were Sunday afternoon -I

O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Jeannette Mrs. W. G. Haile; registrar cake, assisted by Mrs. Myr- j I Eleven of ,.her )children, and Mrs. E. W. Tomp- Mrs. Harvey Lenox _in Jacksonville -.; guests of her :father, -- .

f Kincaid will have charge Mrs. L. A. Davis and tice McKeown. Mrs. Joe. J nI were present to help celebratethe } : kins were business visitors last Wednesday Leslie" -Waters- in flake, 'Butler. Health Facts

of .the altar during June. The chaplain, Mrs. Walla Lipsey.I es, sister of the bride, presided occasion,, two of whom I Macclenny Monday, and visit- Rev. Riley Pridgen of'Cross Mr.' and Mrs. A. G. Moody "
at the punch table, assistedby Mrs. ed Mrs. Sadie Powers while held services.. at the J. and' daughter .of Penney EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!
next auxiliary'meeting will be The Matthews home was attractive -! were from out-of-town: City .
for the me.eting with Mrs. Leo Daffin. Victor Barry of Dillion S. C.,I there ,, D. Griffis home, last Sunday Farms. were ,guests of Rev. t Its
held at the Parish House on .. : a fact that nerve energy flows
reception Miss 1rs.-John Chase left Wed. : .
arrangements of Spring flow- During the and Mrs. Morgan Heath of afternoon. They report a good anclMrs. C.' A. Crosby Sunday ,
June 3 with Mrs. Herbert ers. The hostesses served a Jimmie Lee Clark, pianist I Fort .Lauderdale. Dinner was nesday for her home in Miami attendance. Services will ,beheld aft. moon._ : 1. from the brain over the nervous system to

Thomas and Mrs. Julian Mc- dessert course during the social played soft music. served 'on the lawn for the 75 I after several days' visit there every first Sunday Rev j i and- ,)Mrs.;A. L. Fewox >>,"'" 't' every organ of the body. Without this
The bride chose as her go- and with her relatives, the Casons. I to nerve energy the organs cannot function
Rae as hostesses. hour. members of the family I : afternoon. Those wishing Jacksonville. and Rev. and : ,
outfit sky blue the Normans, and Dowlings.Mr. normally. Pressure oh the spinal
ing-away a guests including the grandchildren hear Rev. Riley Pridgen are Mr ..C, A..Crosby were supper nerves
knit suit with match and Mrs. Willie Red- -_ is ,the most' of fail-
cotton I and ten great-grand invited to come. guests of :Mr.. and,Mrs. Jerry I common source organ
ing figured jacket. Her corsage dish ofLawtey recently visited 1 1 ure.Spinal adJuestments by the trained
children. The many friends of Drew I Dyal. Rev; Gerald Suggs of Dr. DoWager -
was of butterfly roses. his sister; ..Mrs. Bessie Sapp. 1.I health and
Sweat will regret; to learn Baldwin was also a guest of : Chiropractor restores promptly

FLORIDA Among the out of town Mr. And Mrs. Paulk Herbert Kelly son of Mrs. that he is ill in Bradford the-Dyals last Friday night. I I efficiently. .
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Per- Ada Kelly, arrived home last
County Hospital.Mrs. .
I man Roberts of Starke. Hosts At BarbecueMr. Thursday from the U.s. Navy II I Bring Your Health Problems To
Lucile Norman of Jacksonville -
where he.is stationed at Great "
Held : and Mrs. Dave Paulk Lakes. He and his mother and, was' the Sunday Esterbrook Cartridge and The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic

Christening delightful out aunt Mrs. Bessie left guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fountain Pens $1.95 $%.95
- were hosts at a Sapp : 426 N. Walnut. Street Starke, Fla.
THEATREOPENING At St. Edward'sK door barbecue dinner served on for Clearwater where they Griffis. $3-95 at Th TELEGRAPH. .

the patio of their home overlooking spent the night with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.David Brown- Insurance Cases Accepted

Susana Suarez. Crosby Lake, last Sun Mrs. Cecil Sapp. On Friday ing of Starke visited Mr. and _

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. day. they visited Mrs. Raiford and I :Mrs. Theodore j Hosier last. ---- -->> -p -'

_A TIME Ariel Suarez was christened at Guests included Mr. and Mrs,. her sister, Mrs. Lucy .Polhill,I Sunday. I
I MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY at St. 1 : I
3:30: Sunday afternoon Felton Thrift and daughter,, in Tampa. !,
.; OPEN 7:00 P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 Edward's Catholic Church before Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Thrift,, Mrs. Vera Tompklns and son Prison Flower (2 i't:' n .. __ .

7 FRI 3:30 SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00 members of the family Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thrift, of Lake City were last Wed- ; ;?11Iv' ,.. ::1 c-M '-

and intimate friends. Bud Thrift. and Mr, and Mrs nesday guests of the Tomp-' Show Slated

Mrs. J. W. McNeer of New Earl Davis and daughter, all] kins. May 16 17 18

FRL! SAT.-MAY 10, 11 Port Richey and Joseph Gis- !.of St. George, Ga., Mrs. Char-I Mrs. Jim Conner spent- sev- ,

sy of Starke served as prozies ney Johns of Macclenny, Mr, eral days this week with her The Third Annual Inmate

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM for the godparents, Sr. and and Mrs. Kenneth Johns of the children and grandchildren, Flower Show of the FJrida
Sra. Manuel Crespo Hendri- and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie: ) Dobbs in '
State Farm, and Mr. State Prison will be held :
quez of Mexico City. Ervin Andrews, and Mr. and and son, in Gainesville. the log cabin [Community 1'
the christening, refreshments Some of those attended E ;
After who -
I Mrs. Vernon Reddish and families Club building, across from .i7ia1\ F-----
MOW...ADD A MOTION PICTURE TO THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD I Ir were served at' the Conner reunion at
of Starke. the main gate, May 16, 17, 18. ,
the home of the baby's grand- Camp O'Leno last Sunday Ptove1/
Mr. ana Mrs. Paulk were assisted More than 400 exhibits of
: mnY'YUl mother, Mrs. M. F. Brown. were the Jim Conners. Mrs.
in serving by Mr. and I I Gertrude Hart, and the Gus plants, arrangements, corsages -
I Mrs. Claude Johns of the State Polhill baskets. terrariums. and ,, .
r Club BoardGives family.
: f CURTIS BRgnDERt Jr. Farm. Mrs. Giles Thompkins! and other units will be on display.
I-
4 .'i DinnerThe twins, and Mrs. Nora Darbyof The Florida Federation of ) _
., Garden Club will provide 21
...ItAROlDHECHT1 State President Jacksonville were guests of
executive board of the Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkinslast certified judges to place the

TAR S BUIll Junior Woman's Club had a Of FFWCHonored Thursday.Mrs. more than- 300ribbons-' ; Pullman Suitcase

"' Jp I .. dinner party last Thursday Ida Kelley entertained Show hours are as' follows:
-- ow .. Lakeland
'Mrs. R. of
Glover
: ; :f.l ai\ ,t.MPLrcI: ; EASnANCOLOR! .IUailll$1S'!Iola" ... : evening at the Garden Rest- president J. of the Florida Sunday with a family reunionat Thursday: May'18- 12 noon

aurant honoring their out- her home. Those attending to 9 p.m.FridaY'. I

-PLUS-- going president Mrs. Lavern j jwas Federation honored of at Woman's a dinner Clubs party I were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody May 17-9 a. m. to.I S.99V "
Outlaw. and Mrs. Camilla Bryan and .
I Tuesday evening at the Offi-I' 9 p.m.
Centering the dining table son of Jacksonville, Mr. and '
_
._________m_____________.__ .. for the eleven members pres- cer's Club at Camp Blanding,I I I Mrs. O. Collins of HIaleah I Saturday May isa.m; ALUEo: ,
:given by members of the to 12 noon. _
ent was an attractive arrangement '
:Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Kelly
{Starke Woman's Club. Mrs. The is invited and
VINCENT dioI'vof a of artificial pink and son and Mrs. Bessie Sapp. public ,

roses. The executive board j Glover was the guest speaker all of Raiford, and Mrs. Kel- I each person registering will $ ,"i'; ,.', fJ.1;'

PRICE DlaillDaD presented Mrs. Outlaw with a (at the May Breakfast of the ly's son, Herbert. After dinner I be given a small souvenir ."' ,

m HIS MOST CHILUMG silver serving tray as a memento club on Wednesday. I they all went to Hampton -'plant bearing his registr- .%fj" ;
tion number. ,
( .o.'UYALDHV1U TECHNICOLOR=MIttTS I of the occasion. t to visit the Coolidge Kel- I 1 'J ,
The
1 attractively appointed
I ,I .' ly family, who could -not attend 1
I I dining table was centered with -r I I
'Hi-Y Members the reunion because Mrs. Register Family ,1
an artistic arrangement of yellow Kelly recently broke her an-

SUN., MON., TUES.-MAY 12, 13, 14 Entertain DatesThe gladioli and tulips. kle.Mr. Reunion SetInGeorgia J tw t I I

and Mrs. George 'Eulerof
Hi-Y Club entertained '

_ & f. : ,, I /,.4 I dates at a party last Friday Beta Sigma Phi Philadelphia. Pa. are visit- Big'and Roomy __-
\
-y.CtAhi } night at the home of Jimmy I ing relatives here this week.1 The annual Register Faini '
To Hold Ritual Tough VinylCovering
lI I J ? Smith on W. Madison St. Mrs.Euler will be rememberedat i i ily Re-union will be held at ,; :

I 0' ,. ,- ) ., The party was held in the The Beta Sigma Phi sorority the former Lois: ) Ethel Rau- Wayfare Church. 12 miles |I ,

," n ,. recreation room of the Smith j lerson. j north of Statenville. Ga.. on I I .'
''1'" JJ fI/itJI/J1IJNJII" '.. ,, '" ,' ; t/fe fa.WN home where the dining tables j I!| ritual will be held :Mon-I I Mr. and Mrs- James L. U.s. 129, on Sunday May 19. Metal Sealed ,
.
IItIC ; day night, May 13, at 7 0- Quimby of Aiken. S. C., and its'',
-. ,;., -.... were covered with red and yellow I The association now in Interlined -
'.:, 'tt' :t fit,rMJ W" III'A.'iA'IISJOII'Uj /. checked cloths, centered by;i 'dock at the. home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Wana- fourteenth year, ,had over Big _, Jr \

.\ .,.;' IIETROCOLO/f .. red candles. II I Joseph D. Warren. maker of Tampa wer weekend 2.000 in attendance at the first Pocket : ALWAYS
.. JFUA r 0IIfuv v guests of the A. L. Pahill& !- I II
The young folk enjoyed dan i Rushees to .be pledged are: I : organizationa meeting. Double Lock FIRST
; \ I _
1f ... I' %% -': cing and refreshments during,Mrs.I Judy Lewis, Miss Carol I, I This day bas'ieen a Sgnated (; _
I the party hoars.,: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Raulerson as "Folks Huxford Day" QUALITYi.
< :' f Ward, Miss Sally Sink, Mrs.I Blue Charcoal _
.-. 8 r I "', :c: Assisting in serving were and Tim Mardx were I I and aU descendants! are cor1 or
.
.' I. "'I I Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith Montine McConnell Mrs. Gloria I I weekend guests of Mr. and. 1! dially invited to attend.

and Mr. and Mrs. Guy And i King Mrs. Virginia Jean i i Mrs. Edwin Banks. t Dinner will be served on the

1 -rews. --- -._- -__ Johns and Joyce Hutcheson.1 Mrs. Gertrude, ,Hart enter; grounds at one o'clock. j J. '


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B1UPFORD COTJNTY 'TELEGKAPn, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1963

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Ken' y. Time 22.2. | Brown, president; Mrs. S. C. the trustees.The church needs mon reporter.
Tornado Trackmen Win District Title :Mile relay Starks, Patatka,'
Price, teacher. your support. Eddie Thomp- Eastern Star "
Green Cove. Time 3:37.5. East'ern will ">
'" : Anderson Jr. High kins chairman. The Stars mr
Shot ru*.--Gardrer, StarkeRobertson. : The following students of Greater Bethlehem Free at 7:15: p.m. on,May 16 AJD)
Lake''.CitPiiliLps<- ; ,'I Anderson Jr. High made the Will Baptist ChurchSunday members urged to ait.0

1 :.: But Injuries Mar Chances For State' ;" 'fi\ ;. Star c. Distance';3V* & 12"I' Honor Roll: Alice Yvonne School, 9:45: a.m. with Supt. Business of vital important-.

'>V,f a- >> *- Discus Gardner. Star e: Turner, and Catherine John- Mack Lee in charge. At 11 a. -Mrs. Janie S. Mitchell W
: Robinson, Lalie C'ty; Phillips, son, 7th grade; Jearlean Johnson m. the baptism sermon was M.-E. G. Walker report;
Coach David Hurse's n- A time in the state with their the 100 and Gardner dominated Starke 75, Palatka 69, Bolles Bolles; Izenhour, Palatka' Ea j1 Starke. Distance 132'% Cynthia Luvenia Sherman delivered by Rev. Jos. Williams Jehovah's Witnesses

clads scored 75 points andlwinning: 1:32.6. That was with,the shot and dis LS. Gardner52\[ St. Augustine 25, Bishop I man. St. AugusthierTime High jump Slater, St. Au- Sylvester Franklin and of Jacksonville. At 5:30: Willie McCollum. pres: "11:

walked a.wayith the districttwo! bad baton exchanges,:broke his ankle in fotballKenny! 18 1-2, Lake City 16, and I 880 riuiy-Salzer, Bishop Kenny ,gustine Smith, B lli!;; Benrett, Carolyn Jane Myers, 8th the YPCL was held under direction minister of the Starke N'on r n

: track title but injuries to key'!however, and the coach thinks;this' season, however!! and hisGreen;; Cove. The first three' ; O'Quinn, Bolles: Peters,I Ii Palatka. Height 5-S". grade. Jearlean. Alice and .of the president Mr. Unit Congregation. of Jcu: .

S men may cut down 'theirjhis] Tornadoes can run a 1:31 foot has been bofhenng; him men. in each event qualified i Palatka. 'Time 2:03.7.: Broad jump-Brock, Paiat- Cynthia have straight A McClutchen. At 7::30 Choir vah's Witnesses headed ?i:

: chances for their third stateflat; with everything going.this week making: him also ajfor the state, Medley relay-Starke, Bolles,!ka; Richards Belles; -Bennett, average this semester. No. 1 was in charge of the delegation to the comtin
U Class A championship this'right which would break the'question mark fop the state. District Results !pala.t.-1.: Time 204.3l: i Palatka. Distance ,2:!'[". Funeral Notice service with sermon by Rev. last week. Thirteen new,0<
j
: Saturday in Gainesville. i existing school record and pos- The printer had a 10.1 in the 120 high hurdles--Izenhour, j Pol;? vault-K* net ,1 Palat-' Funeral services for Mrs. Robert Dell.Monday I nesses were baptized du

"If we are to win at the;sibly win the state. 'i 100 last year but ms best this Palatka; Hart, Greo/i;: Cove;!, 220 dash-Register' Starke;j:1:ka; Walters, Stark*: Deuith: Willie Mae Kelly will be held night Choir No. li j the .Saturday afternoon p-

i state this year our relay teams i I The mile relay combInation:year has been a 10.8. Register; ,:Eatman. St. Ausrus s.ti';e. Time'\Richards, Bolles, Swanson,'!Palatka. Heiglit 11'\1 '. at :\U: Pisgah Church at 2:30: will rehearse. Tuesday night gram.:.
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must come through." Hurse'running Saturday also had':however, shouid be ii' top form,171. I I \ pm. Sunday May 12. with''' Faithful Few UWD meeting.<'h |!

: says. "Our strength lies In the I their best time ')f the year though his 10:4: winning time I 100 dash-Richards, BoHes! ;I fTTTfTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' Rev.' Sampson White officiatIng Wednesday night. P ray er '

relays our weaknesses in|with their first place time ol:was not up to his usual;Register, Starke; Swanson, NEWS OF INTEREST. TO COLORED :Meeting.: Thursday night, '

: injuries that have forced),3:37.5: but anchor man Hal''!'par in the 100 last Saturday. Bishop Kenny. Time 10.t., CITIZENS Mrs. Kelly was born in Or- Choir No. 2 will rehearse, and I(I
S changes that ordinarily would Lawson injured his foot, hurt-: The Tornadoes took third Mile OF BRADFORD COUNTY : mond. She is survived by one : Ladie Circle meeting. Friday ,
have been made." ing Starke's chances in. the:.place in the state meet last, run-Wykoff, Paiatka; daughter Mrs. Ola B. Scott: night, Prayer Band meeting'

: "We could come in second or state in both the mile run and,:year with 26 1-2 points behind!H. Lawson, Starke; T. Lawson.! (By Elizabeth Given) one son. Buster Jackson; a at 7:30.: I j

better in every relay (at the!mile relay. There :is a chance:Terry Parker and Wirter Park;j Starke. Time 4:40.5.: j A........ ... j AA AA ,. sister, and two brothers, all Women's Day will be observed I i I. '
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state)," Hurse said this week.I the foot may come around by;'With 29 each. Alain competition -I j 880 relay-Starke, Boll s. St.;, of Starke. I IiIrs. 'I on the 4th Sunday in

S The Tornadoes relay teams Saturday, but Lawson has beenon this year will come from:Augustine. Time 1:3?..6.II ,, : Magnolia Lake State Park, i| : Kelly was a loyal citi- July. Public 11ited.Miss :::;: ;
were Hurse's main strength at crutches all week! restingthe ,Christopher Columbus High II .. has received an award, on behalf zen and tried to be an asset .. Rebecca Allen reporter.
S School in 440 dash-'Iangle. Lake .' of the park, for 12 months to the in which ASK FC't: FREE DEMONSTR&TIONCommand ,
the district at Forrest High foot and has not been run-j Miami, Hurse says, 4:1' community I 1
Church
0 School in Jacksonville Saturday -! I shaking his head over his Tor-. City; Branham, Palatka;, ..' o f accident-free operation she }lived. She was a member I Cavalry Baptist Gravely Power
Saving
ning.Another The Carnation Social & -
each turning in their best I injury which recur- nadoes' injuries. Dowling, Starke. Tim 51.7. during the year ending June 1 of the True Church of God
I ( Club will obsene its Anniversary -
time this season. red Saturday was the one to.) Results in the district were: 180 low hurdles-Wiggins) : 30, 1962. The award was pre- in Unity, Waldo. atI Sunday Terry's Saw Shop
The sprint medley relay'pole vaulter Lynwood Walter's I 1 ., ,, sented by G. L. Wilcox, Atlanta I Mothers Day Program I'I pm
I' at Cavalry Baptist. Everyoneinvited. No.2
; team composed of Tom Gardner thigh and he will not be up to District Safety Dil'ectol'lof'the The RJE Elementary Department will
: Regular service
Ken Terrell, Leonard Dug- par for the state. Walters was American Motorists In-. will present its 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
: ger, and Gene Pass set a new a consistent 13 plus jumper at I Diamond Squad Bounced L ; 1. surance Co. The safety pro- Mother's Day program Wed- ,, be held Meeting each each 4th Sunqay.Thurs- Gainesville Phone: 372-2588

BUS record in winning the.the first of the season but then gram is a joint operation, be- ,I nesday morning at 9:30: in Prayer Her-
event in 2:04.8: nearly twoS I,,injured his leg and has not From :. ,,".f tween the company and the the school cafetorium. This day night.- Mrs. E. J.

S seconds under the old mark.'been able to shake it off yet.: Group Tourney. 102Starke f J__ '''!' Florida Park Service administrative : -I I chapel program will be the .

Hurse says a 2.02.8ill win He took a second place Satur- I office. last for the Elementary Department -
I Business
Our
C That's
.. Hampton Pirates | ft I Q
the state and that his combination -!'day, however, and qualified for bowed 1012 to Pa- I, the rest of the way. I this year. All par- 01 L H
Win Two, Tie One U U Glass We Have It"x
latka last Thursday in ents and friends invited. If It's -
: is capable of shaving,the state. the I The Maroons got four runs I are
those seconds off their mark. Freeman Register and Tom semi-finals of the Class A I! in the first inning off starter The Hampton Pirates won i -Mrs. E. B. Kittles reporter. t CALl4'RITE or VISIT

The 880-yard relay team of j'Gardner were two more big I Group 2 baseball tourney to : Bill Jackson who gace up : -Ie two baseball games and tied'a NOTICES 'iirJj FOR ANY CLASS NEEDSHEA'S

: Terrell Pass, Gardner, and;',reasons why the Tornadoes fin-| eliminate themselves from ; four falks and three hits and -', ; L.:'.''ii i third last weekend. Satur-j All members of the Morning -
Freeman Register also turned.ished on top in the district Sat-i the meet. I two more in the second on t.l ".o",!:!:f,'I.'4. -4' "' '.', :'.;:,'i.r_ K ; day's game double-header was with Lawtey, Star Lodge No. 26, pleasebe ki GLASS CO.
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in their best time of the year urday. Register! won th 220-: The Tornadoes ended the three more hits. 'i'i; l 'lltjI.U.{ r: 'II and a was present on the next regular ( .

and Hurse says the best Class yard dash and was second in I season with an 8-6 record. I Two runs were also scored 'tL.1''''' ; Of,II'uetl", played Sundaj with Fairbanks meeting night May 13, at 8 (NOT INC.)
; and Grove
Al I _ _ j I I The Maroons' Charlie' off Terrell in each of the 't 1', -- .<, ;' i'l Next weekend's Park. games are'' pm. to attend to business of rlSP'dIrJ7J1 "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

:r Payne held the Tornadoes fourth and fifth frames. He 'r kiflir; I' with Grove Park there on vital importance. Damon ; We Design Modern Store Fronta

I .; hitless until one out in the'j gave up two tallies in the ;1 : ij $ i.'r-q: .. !,;i;.. I" Saturday, and the Sunday I Dell, W.M.; Alfred Hodge, re- Just Mail Us A Pattern For
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CITY FISHAND I seventh and final inning fourth on a hit and a balk :: .f '.. porter.
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be
V J game played in Hamp- Tops
when Mark Hamilton blooped .. ...:..; I Church News
[ and two more, both unearned, 4.& .
i' a single on a 3-2 pitch for in the fifth on a fielder's r I....'..".>><...... .. '. .x'. ,,! t ton Last against Saturday's Rutledge. j'1 New Bethel Baptist Church. 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla.; Phone FR2-4353
tarke's first hit. Gary Kou- t :}.44-; t: game was -
choice and a balk. played in Starke, when the, Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Sunday
0 'ba had Starke's only other I The Tornadoes got their J? -$ "........t-.)-T. \ ..". j May Activities Program :: School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship f. -II

S Meat Market hit also a single, in the sev- first run in the first inning .. ,;" -r."..,...: .....,. ,'Ut....;,. ) <:,, '. Our May activities program ,I|I 11, BTU, 5:30: ; Holy Gas Genie
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enth. ,: ..>..".: :, says
a I with one out when Jackson ';: ..., > ,.,,." ...,..... y. x, will be an event of May 22. Communion, 7:30.: Choir No.
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: Palatka went on to win got on base on an error, wentto _I "." .:..' '"!,...' 'w't. from 10:30: to 3 pm. The soft- .2 rehearsal 7:30: Thursday. .. MEEI MY CIIRL
the district II title Friday i sencond on a walk to Gary __.____Ji' ._. ball is an added activ- May 9.The.
game
[ ERNEST and night when sophomore Buddy I Cole, to third on a passed FRIENDSHELIKES
a ON QUALITY' \ ity starting at 10:30.: The 11th annual session of
OPAL ALLEN, Mangum fired a six-hitter at I ball by the catcher. and scor- Hampton nine beat Lawtey;| games will be played between the Women's Missionary and
Owners OperatorsS ; Bishop Kenny for a 5-3 vic 6-3. In Sunday's doubleheader -*I
I ed when catcher Marty star- I RJE and Anderson Jr. Hi on Educational Convention Aux-
Meat & Groceries tory.Mickey i ling hit into a fielder'schoice. with both games played at ,lour school grounds. iliary of Mt. Sinai Missionary .
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Hall led the Mo- I Their second came in Hampton field, the Pirates Natural Gas
I. ;I For a day of fun and Baptist Assn. will convene .I
with and took Fairbanks for a 14-1 win,
roone a triple single the sixth when Kouba walk- ', 1
; laughter, come to Thurston with the Friendship Baptist
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DIXIE LILY LONG GRAIN and batted in three runs. then tied the Grove Park
ed, was sacrificed to second j 'School, Lincoln City, on :May 'I Church in Gainesville, May Just As Well As I Do.
team 33.Playing
Kenny Terrell relieved for stole third and went home i' .
I 22. Plenty of refreshments 1'719.Mrs.. M. J. White re-
y RICE-8LBS--$ Starke in the secondinning j on a passed ball by the cat- \ on the Hampton I 1 will be for sale. Officers porter. ask
and held Palatka to one hit I* cher. team are Silas Clark,' Ted are: I If you are in doubt about Natural Gas .

,I Brown, Andrew Tillman. Willie -i' Mrs. L. Brown, president: ; Greater Allen Chapel AME your friends and neighbors thatiuse. it and get firsthand
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Durham, James Butler, i I Mrs. Thelma Clark secretary: I Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson,
KANSAS QUEEN SELF RISING I Dan Clark, Nathaniel Wood. | Henry Bryant, treasurer; and i pastor. Sunday School, 9:45: information as to its convenience, cleanliness,

Two Baseballers Named ITo j Sam Lee Rich and Fred I Mrs. S. C. Price, teacher. a.m. Morning service 11 a.m. economy and efficiency. are sure you will want

: FLOUR 10 LB. BAG 89c Walker. Team manager is Le-J PTA Meeting: with Junior Church in charge. Natural Gas too.STARKE.
The ; PrA meeting will beheld Miss F-annie Bell Frazier
All-Conference Siad ::r t..ld }chant. v, *
"at : Mother's
'pV speakef. Day'
f Thurston School' the school at 7:30: A program NATURAL GAS

: 'Magnolia Lake Park ,. m. Monday. All parents, patrons will be rendered at 4 p.
I : C Two members of the was con 'Gets ,Safety Award "" I and friends are asked m. Sunday. All members and City Hall Phone 9611301NEW

ford High School : .brought| Otis Arnold ,;. custodian: of to attend this last meeting of friends invited. Please remember I
FRYERS li team, seniors Bill Jackson .117 last (,I the' school year.- Mrs. Louiza your obligations to
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Gary Kouba were named an
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the 1963 All-Keystone i than .300
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I. SMOKED ference diamond squad. !, was the REAL : ,... # '
Charles Lyle announced : baseman ESTATESECURITY ---'"

I : PICNICS Lb.) week.Jackson was selected to I I but where was ;; ..:7 "... -,_

on the all-star team job Lyle ft' A' ,
of his pitching record of :
r. b
wins against only two
SMOKED but he did a good job in Jackson's:

field at second base as and Kou- YOU CAN SEE J4.-: FEEL !
: BACONLb. Coach Lyle said. boys ,

Kouba carried the ball

BY TilE PIECE GridPractice against <""",",,.-':'.,'. .' ;I' r. 0
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( :I HAMBURGER The third session of j:' all parents ...: :- .: i7: ">;

training got under way j' that i' .' .'.!.?.. :
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day for Bradford High I : e ,of *>;-J4 4' .,/,. ,,
: ders who have among i and Begins With YourREALTOR -- .: t.Jh;. "
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"a lot of young boys around '. ;
.. spring training will do a !: <-". 'Of'If. ;.:; ,
of good," according tb ,1.'tb.f' -w..". .. >:
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3 the danger *.$ ;
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IBS.U. letic Director and t' '-', ,

:. Coach David Hurse. I yet I. A Realtor j is a trained pro- '; ; ':t.'...).''''.! .,.. ..,'. ,.. 1

Three scrimmages few make fessional-a permanent, ,responsible M.43, 1" '
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game conditions are to businessman.; When ..'. .:.,.".....", ..,. ...:....."...,,,':.. ._'. ... IM'
I for this last session of I careless- you buy, sell, or It'aSith ;"'..."fi..;.'." ...( """ ;: : '>: .

S. GOOD BEEF practice the first of the Re- !his skilled counsel, you get ,,.-. ,' :A,.;.:.< .... ; .

scheduled this Friday i'I spokes-' the security of knowing an ",'..-."", ,$4.-l. .::. -. ", ;, :;..,. *' l '
i :" '
_ CHUCK STEAK OR ALL MEAT noon at 3:30: p. m. The : ,' expert has handled the ... <,." .'; ,'.'
maining two will be that some transaction for you-an expert '\
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; ROAST STEW cau'L''I who has to the <' > ; "
: under the lights. is be- access }."4. Z ,'f.';
Forty-two players i in that:: world's largest storehouse of. ;i;; "
the four weeks of bolts have real estate know ledge, 'i-,' r ,; ,

LB. 49c LB. 59c Monday which includes i removed through his membership in .. .".

boy except those still out I and ; his local .real estate board '.. '""
.. track. Thej] t session, pteees o!(, aM the XatiooalAssociation :
'.fQdlzc oesai&x cnJsssd < a. tebea.". aC ll.e.u E&{ gtL i"\4 kiii
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\S1"PORK '>t.ttts, t\t 't<<> ( \\ n ," ;
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,for the eighth and ;1 one seems Look Realtor to who file !
3 LBS. j
CHOPS -. $$1 will graders include but all.this final \ that all di'lapa' ( thb I

.. Halfback' Tom 1\ theft of Emblem-the ,,

: equipment symbol ofSecurity ; ..
CENTER CUTPORK will not participate in _
I or done by ,
practice, however,
-LB.-1 broken ankle received ; be re- I
CHOPS 59c from the
: regular season play.Recreation National Association of

: I this money equip- Real"Estate Boards i 4 T I I i z'p.


; RIB OR BRISKET STEW Issues Warning Dept. }i \ Chicago\\h\ \\,)\\'111.1)-C. t; j I -k:' .

f seeing
About Broken 1!( lit- SPONSORED BY THE


: 3 LBS. $$1.00 During a reGent I) by theft Broken of BOARD BRADFORD of REALTORS- CLAY


.activities preparation playground and for equipment warn the i 1' .to taking repri-take- STARRE NEW ATLAS PLYCRON TIRE. I IHow


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the Starke Guy AndrewsV.
We Close Monday-Open 6 a. m.-lO p. m. program tion Department, has to the and Re-re- B. Sewell .. do you look at a tire-treadAt depth only? for quicker, safer stops.You get more mileage,

that a number' of and to A. J. Thomas You should alsQ look at the amount of rubberin less side-slip turns,easy steering,Teal controlt!

are being uttered with KEYSTONE HEIGHTS contact with the road! New ATLAS Plycron You have a choice of two quick-action guaran-

glass. as.a. result of puts up to 25% more working rubber on the road. tees.Adjustments can be prorated on tread-depth -

1 deliberately drink bottles breaking against one s James. 'S. :E.E. McKarhern McKay { The ATLAS tire spreads the car's load over remaining, or on number of months in use. And

"T ,for the with its Standard Oil stands behind ATLAS tire.
far every
otht"rffine using the I C. J. "Pete" O'Conner more surface Together improved
: WE (....,. "' '''U''' ...... 1IMrOF3ROCERS' ground. 1! in and tread design it gives up to 16% better traction Come in soon...then go safe-go Standard!

:: QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED It1 was pointed out that ESTER- 3IIDDLEBURGVfm. -

I 607 Brownlee Phone 9694095 is and a very the dangerous Recreation Dep t n.,T!:!$- R. Weigel K. G. .DUNCAN, Agent Starke, Fla.quv .

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THURSDAY MAY 9, 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE n\'p

Rabies Shots from 1 to 2 p. m. Saturday. 'I i i May 21', 1963, for the purchase j ji up to and not later than 10:00: AB\MOVME OF irXPLATTKU TSJD 1963 at 10:00 o'clock .M. on| unused platted streets; said por- through Lot 8 West side of, Let 1
'i I of one frame building 98 ft. by I; A.M., May 22nd. in the Business: STREETS IX CRO>- the petition of T. H. Slade et al tions of unused platted streets 2.. Portion of 30 ft wide through Lot 8
The will a
final rabies
clinic 28 ft. located at Jr.I I'I Office, Florida State Prison which was
This Lawtey i i UV LAKE MIOUES petition spread upon t being described as'follows:- street'between Blocks 2 All interested parties may appear -
SaturdayRabies be 'helda't Br oker, Saturday!' High School, Lawtey, Florida.I Ralford, Fla. for the following i, TO \VI10M IT JUT CONCERN:; the minutes of a meeting of Portions of four (4) streetsin and 3 extending from and be heard at the time
I'I Purchaser wiU "required to, listed items: 1. said Board of County Commissioners Lake Shores whichare and place above specified.
May 18 from 9 to 10 a.m. Crosby: West siot or Lot 1
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shots will be given I Ij remote the building: within'a 2404 lbs. M/L Exposed X-Ray 1 1 You will take notice that in herd Art May 7, 1963, requesting unused, recorded in Plat through Lot S Dated this May 7, 1963
I All owners of pets are urged ; sixty day period and to leave I Film in envelopes accordance with the provisions that said Board close Book .
2
for pets at the park on, to have them innoculated at i! the site clean and free from all Bid forms and conditions may 1 of-Section 336.09 through 336.1!,:.,,i and abandon those portions of ords of Page Bradford 17 public County rec-, 3. Portion of a 30 ft. wide BOARD OF COUNTY OF BRAD-COMMISSIONERS
j between Blocks 3
I Florida Statutes public hear- street
debris. office a unused herein-
Church be obtained from the above platted streets ,
Street Saturday May| one of these places. !!I 1 dig., i ing will be held by the Board' after described, and renounce Florida being closed and a-' andI, extending from FORD COUNTY FLORIDA
11. from 9 a. m. till noon. I. I I! of County Commissioners of I'I'I and disclaim any right of bandoned as follows: West side of Lot 1 By; CHARLES A. DARBY
I 5.9 2t 5.16NOTICE L Portion of 40 ft. wide
( a said Board
Clerk of
Shots will be at the I Bids will be received at the Bradford County Florida in the Bradford County, Florida, and through Lot 8
N't 1 given ; office of the Superintendent of I :NOTICEOF : '- !' Courtroom of the Bradford the public in and to the land street between Blocks 1] 4. Portion of a 30 ft. wide! (Official Seal)
school house in Lincoln City\i Public Instruction, Starke, FlorIda -I I PROPERTY DISPOSALSealed I. OP HE.IUING ON PRTITIO -: County Courthouse in Starke,j lying: within said portions of I and 3 extending from I street between Blocks 4 It 5-9
), I I until 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, bids will be received! \ FOR CLOSING AND: Florida on Tuesday, June 4,. West side of Lot 1 and 5. extending from
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GRAND PRIZE

Zti Starke Stores are giving away "Auction Dol ,.

22 Lars with all purchases of $1 or More from DEE'P ee'- 9E

94 now through May 25. You will receive Auction Ii&
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(up to $100). You may use this Auction Money to bid 1.::', ..

1' on $700 worth of prizes at the Grand Auction to be held See Prizes On Display/

I Saturday afternoon, May 25, at the old Starke Hotel vacant
\ T1' lot. Starke k Hd w. Co. Show Window
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Inc. DELUXE SEAMLESSNYLONS2 Money In The Bank!
DRESSES DAVIS WEARWELL
Your Friendly Store PR. $1

JEWELRYFor FOR HER MOTHERON DAY Ladies First Quality Rayon $ 77

:Mother Nationally famous dress PANTIES -- 3 PR.fl 6.70x15
names featuring the Black 8
Necklace popular skirt-waist style Asst. Colors And White .. Pins Fed. Tax
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BRADFORD com.yTEJ..EGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1963
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I Snell, directors. Scouts HoldTenderfoot I F Dean Thompson received barges advanced to Second Class.

RECREATION NEWS IRONS The new officers will be installed for Painting, and WildlifeTim Thompson, Scribe
June 1. Night !
.Management, and Brice Titus
In other business, the club
and WOODS I j 70 ailed I
Scout
Boy Troop j,
Cv adopted a resolution supporting I I
;to hold its regular monthly!I

courthouse construction; plans were of a made new JBoard of Review last Thursday:: Jenkins Nursery -- 902 N. Oak

because the Committeemenwere
I
I for a vehicle safety check to
I II II Ii Ii \ICaro1- with not present, but it did
be co-sponsored Gateway
II I Chevrolet Co.; and the club |hold an impressive Tenderfoot 2 Blocks Off E. Brownlee St. (Hiway 16))

I 1 I agreed to play American Legion -I I ceremony. Paul Smith Danny All Plants Well Rooted-In Containers

Post 56 in a donkey Hersey, Timmy Kirshain, and

: I The ladies who played at baseball game on May 13. Jim Shuford received the rank BEGONIAS-Angel Wing .. Beefsteakes, and

Ocala today [Thursday] had'' Six members attended a \I,of Tenderfoot. i others--79c and 98c

a practice session last Thurs-j district caucus in Madison on Other awards were also presented -'
COLEUSES-(several different colors) Ivy
day, A tournament with handicaps Friday, April 26, at which I and Bobby White re-
Coat Chicken Gizzard,
Joseph
j ice-ived merit for
was played. Winner of officers : a badge
district were
the A Flight was Gertie Me-i time 'Citizenship in the Home. Billy I and others any .t-29c
elected.
A q -a. By HOMER WOOD Rae. B Flight winner was -- PLANTERS-Sansevieria (Snake Plant) Aluminum .
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Bernice Epps and winner of Plant Golden Pathos .

i Starke Builders Supply Raiford Team Starke Golf & 1 C Flight was Dot Powell. I Air Condition Now! Variegated Nephthytis Philaden-
Clubis
Country
May 16 is the regular meet-j
L Lawtey Hands Coke First Loss In Dixie Youth League really kicking things off !! ing day of the Ladies Golf FOR SUMMER COMFORT dron Vine, and others 4 plants in

1 with a three-day golf and social Association. It will be held at each planter-9Sc

,- On Wednesday, May 1, Co 'Control vs. Raiford at Rai-! Fla. Pest Control vs. Johns event. May 17, 18, 19. noon in the lounge. Please everyone : Air Conditioning BOXWOOD-35c 49c 69c

ca-Cola and Lawtey played a I|!I ford; Johns Oil Co. vs. Law- Oil Co. Saturday! night we will have try to be there as plans Needs JAPANESE YE\\-Ligustrum Nandina, and

game that had been postponed : tey at Starke. Tuesday, May 14CocaCo- dinner at 7:30: and dance from will be ,made for the May 23'': Engineered To Fit Your

previously, in the DixieYouth la vs. Lawtey. 9 till 1. On Friday, the 17th.I event. "WHOLE HOUSE COMFORT'BROWN'S and others
Friday, May 10 CocaColavs.
Baseball League Lawtey gave I It Raiford Thursday, May 16 -Raiford i we will have the Pro-Am,I Keystone Height and Palat- BORDER PLANTS-(2( kinds-Extra large clusters -

t I Coca-Cola its first defeat of'II' at Starke. vs. Johns Oil at Raiford; which will consist of one pro- I ka have 'both accepted our \ REFRIGERATION can be separated15cOPEN

I the season by the score of 10 Monday, May 13 Starke !1 Starke Builders Supply vs. fessional golfer and three invitation for a Nine Hole

to 5. Richard Williams went: Builders Supply vs. Lawtey, I Florida Pest Control. amateurs, using the low score Tournament and Luncheon on I! AFTERNOONS 4:00-7:30 P. M.\

t the distance for Coke, allowing on each hole. I I 226 S. Walnut Street
May 23. We need every mem-
-IJ j SATURDAYS-ALL DAY
f 10 runs on,8 hits, walked F lL-jJ We already have 12 teams ber participating to make the 1'I Phone 969-1121

t 3, struck out 5. from the Jacksonville, Lake day as nice for them as they' 'I

Bruce Cubbage started for City, Green Cove Springs I were to us Dreviously. -

I Lawtey and in one and two- area. I have one local team I
At ast report from Ocala
I
thirds innings struck out 3, entered in the Pro-Am, which
84 reservations had been
t walked 4, gave up 4 runs on consists of Clyde Terwillegar,
turned in. With six cities in
2 hits. He was relieved in the Harold Bishop, George Shef-
the Association, that would
second inning by Crawford, field, and myself.
figure out to 14 from each
who went the rest of the way. Anyone else interested in
I f place. Since this is our first

Crawford gave up one run on ; playing in either event may get-together' we 'don't know 20 Words or less!, one time __-__ -_ .95 Memorials, Resolutions _____- Sc per wort
one hit. lie struck out 6 bat- contact Bill Epps at the Flor-
how many will turn out from If not paid in advance -_.__--_-wn 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 50 words ______ 3.5
ters walked one. This gives ida Bank or ,at his home.
each city, but Starke has 14 Keyed or Blind Ads __ 1.00 Over 50 words .- 5c per w.,,
Lawtey a record of two wins r Everyone in the club is expecting -

I and one loss. Coca-Cola has Officers Of Senior! Citizens I! three of our local '. Dot going.Powell.The This fourteenth sounds being like Each additional word over 20 __ __ 05 Display ads in Classified 1.50 per IdA

three wins and one loss. I links-runners to win or place
better luck than our original
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On Thursday: May 2, Starke Pictured above are officersof thur Maunders resignation as among the top in this tournament 13. I DAY LILIES all colors 100 to LICENSED PLUMBER 1 n I FOR RENT-Nicely furnished

I Builders Supply defeated Rai the Bradford County Senior I treasurer and elected :Mr. Clyde Terwillegar, i Men, don't forget, the Invitational choose from. From lOc. M. A. I Bradford and surrounding 2 bedroom house. 612 Lake St.

ford by the score of 11 to 8. Citizens Club. I Firth to take the vacant of- Harold Bishop, and Richard I, Payne, 204 S. Glenn St. tfchg counties. Kitchen cabinets 1 Adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, ph.

Criggs started on the mound From left to right: H. R.I fice. Mrs. Rose Halsoll was I Hobbs. Terwillegar holds the Pro-Am ,will May:be 17,Friday 18 and and 19. INSURANCE I 1 built to your specifications.Phone 'HII \r 964-5744._ tfchg.

Barnes, House Chairman Joe elected to the club course record with 67. I 289-4491. No collect
for Starke Builders and after i ; I represent I a My 36 Holes Medal Play Tournament -i AT REDUCED RATES WANTED Girls for spare
Kerrigan, President; M r s. as a delegate to the Senior experience playing with himis AUTO FIRE BOAT call. Avory Slade Maxville. time sales work. Sarah Coventry
pitching one inning
gave up 'II Rose Halsoll, Secretary; Alex'j Citizens Convention in Miami that he is a strong compet- I Saturday and Sunday.j DOYLE E. CONNER Fla. Otp6-6 Jewelry. Write Opal Smith,
5 runs on 1 hit, walked 7, I Mail entries to Bill I !
Epps INSURANCE AGENCY Read The Classifieds
struck out 1. He relieved Moiton, Vice-Pres. Not pictured -I May 11-12. itor against anyone. Hobbs FOR SALE -House and a- : Box 15, Raiford, Fla. tfchff.
I was ] Tournament Chairman, Phone 964-4501
is Ed Firth newly elect- The members then enjoyed and Bishop have been shoot- care i IF YOUR NAME IS' -
foout 4 of land. Road
in the second inning by He- I I Florida Bank at Starke. _ tfchg acres BRAND NEW ADMIRAL
I' ed Treasurer.The bingo. refreshments, and oth- ing super golf consistently. ---- 229A.V.. C. demons. 5tp5-30 'FOUND AMONG THE
wett who allowed 3 runs on I FOR RENT- Small two bed-,'; I freezer chest or upright for

2. hits, struck out 6 and walked Senior Citizens met er games. A. room concrete block house,I FOR RENT Desirable 3 'CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL $10.00 down at Dahmers Discount -
Tuesday, May 2, in the Wom The next meeting will be I Q. Smith I
House. Stchg 6-20
Lake and Pratt Streets-One :
3. I am impressed with the ] room and bath apartments. AT THE TELEGRAPH _
I __ I an's Club and accepted ArTerrelPs Tuesday.. May. 28. at 7:30 n.m.. Elected To Head block from school $50.00 per Also 2 bedroom house for sale. I
success the club has made
on. rriaay, way 3, Johnny 1 I OFFICE FOR A FREE I AZALEA DRIVE-IN KITCHEN -
I! since I have been in Starke.i month in advance. Hollis V. Easy monthly payments. W.]
Warren pitched the Flori1aPst I
:: Gulf Gas vs. Independents; Terrell's Starke now open featuring home
JayceesA. tfchg. TICKET TO THE FLORIDA .
Knight. H. Nollman. tfchg. ,
I We have all of the
Control team to a 5 to 1 vs. Brooker. makings: 1 I I made Chili and Spaghetti,

victory over Coca-Cola. Warren Garden Win Friday May 10 Garden that any community needs fora Q. Smith was elected I BEWARE of buying: any en-' THEATRE.NEW sandwiches, and::! short orders

I gave up but 1 run on 1 In Men's SoftballThere Restaurant vs. Independents; real asset to a town or area. president of the Starke Junior Insurance Problems?i cyclopedia before you see I Highway 301 South. Itp
One of the assets to WORLD BOOK. Call writeM. AND USED-Chain saw --- -
big or
hit and walked 2 men. He Lawtey vs. Natural Gas. Chamber of Commerce Call The :Man From I I FOR SALE-3 bedroom concrete -
I $50.00 Repairs all makes.
A. local up.
Starke in general, as well as PAYNE your rep-
struck out 9 men. His team were some good games Tuesday. May 14Terrell's at the regular business meet- "TRAVELERS"George resentative since 1956 Box 603 Lawn mowers sales and ser block hoii". F'10 I. ic
had a total of 6 hits. in the Men's Softball Lea- Gulf Independents; Brook- the Country Club, is the recognition -' ing of the organization held : E. LaRue, 1 phone 9643794. tfchg vice. Your McCulloch Dealer yard w-chain link fence. Distance -

Richard Williams was the I I gue this past week. On May I er vs. Natural Gas at Brooker. we will receive from Wednesday of last week. I Keystone Heights Agt. For Florida Saw Co. 19th DriveN. I of school and shopptn

loser for Coca-Cola although I 1st Garden Restaurant eased Thursday, May 16- Garden approximately 200 people par-,'I Other officers elected at "Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel. make YOUR the OLD down WATCH payment on will a East, Gainesville, Fla. 6tfcha- I I area. Call 964-3671. 4tp 5-30
ticipating in this tournament. I
pitching a very good game. by Independents by the score Restaurant vs. Lawtey; this time were: Al Gregory, 473-4692 Day, I Ii beautiful new Bulova at 3411. I

He allowed 5 runs on 4 hits of 17 to 16. Terrell's Gulf vs. Natural Gas. I 1st vice president; Frank Dur- i 473-4325 Nites. I Dahmers Discount House.tfch I BARGAINS

in the first inning. He then On May 2nd Natural Gas Friday, May 17Independents Looking forward to seeing den, 2nd vice president; Bill Auto Fire Home Business! _ ? I Electra-Tronics Inc.
Used Boats and Motors. 16 ft
settled down and held Pest defeated Lawtey 7-0, while vs. Lawtey; Brooker vs. you on the tee. Walker, secretary; Dr. Wayne Monthly Payment Plan PEYTON FLORIST I
Industrial Division, Sales, Servo 25 hp ele., Buccaneer trailer
Control to no runs and 2 hits I Terrell's Gulf eased by Inde- Garden Restaurant.This -Homer.AMBULANCE. Whiff, treasurer; Ervin An- Available 119 S. THOMPSON ST. ice, Repairs on :Motors, Gen I ready for the water $579New;
for the remainder of the pendents 18-17. will end the first half drews, Lewis Irby, and Fred tfchg.
PHONE 964-4155 erators, Switching: and Controls 14'.fishing boat,.livewell,.wide
of the The half
second -
season.
game. On May 3rd Garden Rest- NIGHT 964-3891 Welders and Tools, Power i and deep $149; NT Aluminum
I j or 969-1022
This leaves Coca Cola with aurant defeated Lawtey 18 to will begin Tuesday, May 21. I II SERVICEPHONE WATKINS ROUTE in this Conversion, Transf ,rmerlS. I I cartop $89.50: 1962 18 hp.
is for semi-retired DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
3 wins and 2 losses, while 4, and Natural Gas took one I area open I Ii Service I $244; 60 Wizzard 12 ho $144.
man, or lady. Many sem1.retiri i We Wire Flowers and Repairs to AH
Pest Control is 3 and 1. from Brooker 17 to 14.Stal1dins Noegel's Retains 964-2600 i Anywhere Industrial Electrical'I 59 Mercury 10 hp $149: 57
'ed people earn $50.00 to tfch Heavy I Buccaneer 25 hp. elec. $169.I .
Standing W L W L

Florida Pest Control. 3 11 Terrells Gulf . . 5 0 ,Lead In Mixed DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeDeWitt I $100.00 time per week depending on I I II EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. Equipment I Sub Dealer. Johnson Motors
devoted to Route. Also i ii 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'villt I
Coca-Cola ...... 3 21 Garden Restaurant 5 11 i Bowling League I i have 1 full time Route open. ES. Apply in person at Garden PHONE 372-1280 838 Temple Ave. H A R TMANN'S -

Lawtey . .-.-..... .2 1 Natural Gas .----. 3 3 C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I Maybe you can qualify. For Restaurant._tfchg USED AND NEW

Johns Oil Co.. . 2 2 Brooker ..---. ...... 2 3''I Noegel's 301 Restaurant remained -, Starke, Fla. i personal interview in your area ADMIRAL COLOR TV now tfchg. BOAT LOT on U.s.2tchg 301. 5-16

Starke Builders. . 2 21 Independents . . 2 4 in the lead in Wednesday 1 RENTAL SERVICES I! write J. H. McGarity, Box $450 with trade at Dahniers :MULE FOR SALE, $100.-Tully -

Raiford . .1 3 Lawtey . . -.---. 0 6 Night Mixed League I'' 627, Williston, Florida. Discount House. tfchg I Norman, Rt. 2, Box 111, FOR SALE-One acre homa
Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
Schedule Schedule bowling this week, taking Hospital 3t chg 5-23 HONEY-HONEY-HONEY Starke. Up I sites adjacent to Southsida

Thursday. May 9-Fla. Pest Thursday, May 9-Natural three points from Draw-Tite.,. I F. W. Strickland New Crop of fine quality I -USED---- FURNITURE ex-- I Elementary. High and Dry.

Eloise Goodman rolled a 455 I I FOR RENT2 bedroom. honey now ready. Also have ) cellent condition. Modern overstuffed I $2,500. an acre. Contact BiUy

'! series for the winners, while I I II DEPENDABLE SERVICE bath apartment. Large 2// bee supplies and queens. L. T. I lounge converts to Jackson, Starke. tfchg

USED BOAT AND MOTOR I Marilyn Firth had a 410 for : room, kitchen and double carport Dyer, Box 86, Lake Butler, 3-4 'ted $35. Studio couch,
FOR SALE: 7 room, 2 bath,
Draw-Tite. i iI Akridge Taxi Service Air conditioned. Com Fla. 3tchg 5.23 plastic covered, converts to
p I ------ house utility room, large corner -
B & G Truck Stop also remained : I' pletely furnished. $85 per mo. $1.200 equity for $300. Nice 2 double bed $25. Frigidaire $75. I lot newly decorated in-
Call Chamber of Commerce bedroom CCB house overlooking 4 wrought iron dinette chairs
: in- second place by I side. 210 E. Adkins St., key
I i 964-5811. ltchg Keystone Golf Course. $10. Metal white enamel kit- "
: :
taking three points from Gar next door. tfchsr
I chen table $10. Bedroom suite, I
I I II Built in kitchen. terrazza
dner's Gulf, with Bob Drake I FOR RENT Small house.
I I floors, large screened in bed, boxed springs, innerspring
rolling high series of 490 for 409 S. Cherry St. $40 per mo. patio. ONE TON ADMIRAL Air conditioned -
mattress, chest of drawers,
16 Ft. B & G. while Mary Jarvis Furnished. See Andrews Drug. Payments $74 including in- $179.95 value for
,
Boat-25 H. P. Elec.
vanity $75. Call Keystone
$57900 i I ltp surance. Call 473-4295 after I $143.50, 5800 certified nema
had a 488 for Gardner'sStarke
Buccaneer Trailer 5:30: p.m. tfr-hg! Heights 473-4414. 2tp 5-16 | rating. Larger ones prices at
Police Dept. split 2-2 FOR RE1't'TOne 3 bedroom
Dr. D. W. Whiffen E. D. Hayner I big discount. Dahmer's Discount -
PHONE unfurnished house. Close in.
For with Winkler's Electric, with ,
Ready The Water House 125 E. Call St.
Rudolph Hutcheson rolling a 1 small nicely furnished house FOR SALE 16 Ft. Chest FOR SALE: Block home at ,i Stchg523BOBBY

567 for the police. E. A. Wink- located at 558 W. Call St. type freezer $100 at Dahmer'sDiscount 717 W. Call St. Call 533-2921. I
Starke Fla. 964-2681
New 14 Ft. Fishing Boat $fl AQOO ler had a 482 series for Wink- : I, Phone 9644621. ltchg House Itchg 2tn 5-16 j I{I HALL PLUMBING

LIVE WELL-DEEP & WIDE && i FOR RENT- 2 bedroom cot- FOR SALE Restaurant Equipment I COMPANY Commercial and

ler's.Town Finance Co. took four tage on Spring Lake. Newly antiques, hot water WE DON'T I i Residential Repairs. Phone
decorated. By week June or I heater 1949 Packard 4 door Sell you we help you buy Waldo 4681206. Rt. 1 Box
10 Ft. from Coca-Cola
Aluminum Larry
points ,
Car Top $89.50 August. Make reservations sedan Yates Drive-In 301 Good selection of hew anc 57-B, Starke, Fla. 8tp 5-30
Noegel led the winners with a
? STARKE now. Phone 964-4905. \ North. Phone 9648473. ltp used 8' and 10' wide :Mobile
i 498 series, while Army Armstrong 2tchg 5-16 FOR RENT -Large Kingiley
1962 Evinrude 18 H. P. Homes-
- $244.00 I was high with 563, for' MOBILE HOMES 8'xlO' wide1!I I Lake house. Completely fur-
FOR RENT-Nicely, furnishedtwo to 60'. 50x10 as low as $3,888 I| LAKE GENEVA
Coca-Cola. i nished. Private dock. week
BUSINESS By
DIRECTORYAUTO bedroom house. Good lo- with monthly payments'! TRAILER PARK
1960 Wizzard 12 H. P. $144.00 t Standings W L. I month. Phone 533..2732.2tchg .
- or
cation. Call Mrs. Renner 964- $67.05; 8x35 only $2995 with 1 mi. SE of Keystone fit-

Noegel's 301..... 31 17 5744. tfchg monthly. payments S 5 1 .58' i on Route 100 II _ --5.2-

1959 Mercury 10 H. P. - $149.00 I B & G-. 30 18 I I Trailer Mart, Inc. UJS. Hiway i tfch COTTAGE ON GULP of Mexico -
police Dept..28*: 19s! REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE_ FOR SALE- at half factory 17. Box 468. East Palatka. EA- for sale. Located at Horse.

Gardner's . 22 26 pr1es! : 5,000 feet rubber tile, 8-1050. tfchg I shoe Beach Fla. Call 964-
1957 .Buccaneer 25 H. P. Elec. $169.00 Town Finance M'.. .22 26 Earl's GarageALL G rdners 3-8 and 1-4 in. thick. Soft to 1 1i i FOR SALE i 9000, Starke. 2tchg 5-9
walk on. Excellent for TV FOR SALE Ready mix concrete, concrete i,-- -
Draw-Tite. . ..... 20* 2lVs KINDS OF
Gulf ServiceEery rooms or any indoor use. Call Excellent business location.I block, house piers, sand, cenent I HOME LAUNDRY-Free pickup -
.. .
Winkler's 20 28 AUTO REPAIR WORK after 5 pjn.-M. R. Judd Tile 200 ft. on Hiway 301 N. includes mortar mix, rock, steel, i and delivery. Finished or

Sub Dealer Johnson MotorsHARTMANN I Coca-Cola . 17 31 All Work Guaranteed Mechanical Service Co. 127 Lafayette St., Phone I 3 BR year old house.I Cfiter shell, liraerock. roof flat wear. East Brownlee Rd.

Phone 969-29(4 General Repairs Automatic 964-5951. 4tchg 5-30 $11,000. $500 down, $85 mo.-, gravel Entels. BRADFORD P.O. Box 754. Stchg 518I
with 100 ft. frontage '! ''I -.i-im i > 11 i.
BAPTIST CHURCH Or house ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521..
Ko. WftlB.t Starts
IIEILBRONNSunday TransmissionsGULF $10,000. Call 9648641. i j Starke. tfchg FOR RENT-2 bedroom Unfurnished -
PRODUCTS NEW BEAUTIFUL tfchg { house. Apply 307
AUTO SERVICE )mm mmmmmmm* I
W. Cherry St. or Phone 964-
10 .
5 School a. m. TIRES BATTERIESCor.
-
i I FOR SALE- Joseph's Coat | 2521. tfchg
Morning Worship, 11 a. Gilbert S. Brown HASTINGS MATTRESS
m.1 I Temple & Rt. 16 Starke Poinsetta's lOc doz. Bachelor ;! I -
Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening I Standard OU Service Station PHONE 964-6781 Buttons Touch-Me-Nots,Prin- '& UPHOLSTERY WORKS I' FOR SALE '58 Ford $495.

USED AND NEW BOAT LOT Worship. 8 pjn. Prayer ATLAS KINGSBERRY, IHOMES cess Feathers 40c doz. Mrs., 710 Lemon St. Palatka j! Edgar Burrell, 3 miles North,

Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pm. FLORIST Leon Conner Crosby Lake Furniture Repaired J I Rt. 2 Box 14, N Starke.

838 Temple Ave. Rev. Charles Harvey pastor. TIRES ernuRo&d A BATTERIESBudget Service Colonial FloristHAS _ _ 2tp 5-9 i Upholstered & Refinished I I I'_ 2tp 5-9-

3 TO 4 BEDROOMS FOR RENT-I bedroom trail- MATTRESSES REBUILT$ LAKE FRONT PROPERTYFOR
Starke, Fla. Phon 9641011'l NEW OWNERSDot er. Westmoreland Trailer New Innersprings I I II
Zipper Notebooks $:.t9 at N. Teazle. Starke 1 OR 2 BATHS SALE

1! Bradford County Telegraph. II FRESH Bagwell, Mgr. V. A. $50 DOWN Park phone 96 -2151 2tchg 5-9 and Box Springs Lake home Kingsley Lake 80

Dodd's Service & FLOWERS Drop Us A Card or CallPALATKA ft. frontage. Terrazzo floors,
MEMBER F. T. D. FHA 3% DOWN E. A. RushtonCOINS
tile bath and.kitchen 2 bed
EA 5-9168
SEWING% MACHINE OPERATORS NEEDED I Auto Sales Flowers Wired World Wide BRICK OR FRAME STARKE !9645934MEL :: room, 2 air conditioners space

Starke Phone 964-6291 I' heater. Furnished. Spacious
: Rambler PEGGY SHALLEE
Sales & Service ,
I
"SEEING 1 1 dock and boat house. 19500.
12 TO 15 GIRLS NEEDED TO GO TO WORK : GENERAL REPAIRING LANDSCAPING ,I Pay Blue Book Prices For Starke Agent Will finance. Can Tar. or Mrs.

; International Lifetime IS BELIEVING" \j Rare Coins-Gold Pieces I ;,,0. N. Harper, FR 6-6733.

AT ONCE- AGES- 18 TO 40 I: Muffler.FRESTOXK. I WE SPECIALIZE Ei I-Commerative Coins Ex.! FOR RENT OR SALE- 3..:. Gainesville tfchg.

.. .. I; LANDSCAPINGAND CONTACT bedroom modem cottage.
'I changed-None Sold. D. R.
PLEASE APPLY FOR INTERVIEWBETWEEN Crystal Lake Keystone Hgts.I WANTED. FREEZERS any
Tires Batteriec. AcciAsorifr NURSERY Derrick, D & W Auto Sup-i Wm. Waite 640 Beech Rd. size will take on trade for TV

HOURS 528 8. Walnut S64-3881 Private and Commercial LaRUE Corp. I ply, 416 E. Brownlee St., Phone 683-6650 West Palm ,I or Stereo player or will pay

PropertyAlso Beach, Fla. Stchg 5-16 cash. Dahmer's Discount
3 tchg 5/23))
9:00: TO 12 AND 1:00 TO 4:00 : Hurst's expert tree removal and I i House. Stchg 5-30
400 W. Madison St. NEWLY DECORATED furnished -,
-
I
i Service StationSINCLAIR Trimming.Your PHONE 964-8641 I f i apartments. One and;1 FOR SALE2 br. concrete
Satisfaction Guaranteed I
I FOR SALE-Reasonable two bedrooms. Reasonable. block home in
Ii priced walking distance -
BIG DAD MANUFACTURING CO. i Of Building Lights and water furnished.
Tri Free Estimates used Televisions. Refrigerators II of shopping area and
: Gas Oils Lubrication CountyDevelopment And Housemoving Washers. Excellent Contact 431 Center St. or churches. Furnished or un

Church & Brownlee Streets Goodyear Tires & Batteries Co. I Condition. Ballington Appli-I I phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. furnished. Quiet, large lot. 11
I ROAD SERVICE I ances. tfchg tfchg: trees. Call 969-2345. tfd11w

i 706 S. Walnut Starke 961-611 ILake Butler HY 6-426" I







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STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963

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: ... .'.'.'.'.'.'_1 ..a. big as those laid by turkey's [learning to use the sewing I tesses. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida,
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._ .. '. and that the young called machine], foods and flower and file the original in the office -
I WednesdayPrayer Meeting of the Clerk of the circuit
Farmer's DiaryBy "scooters," are white. arranging. Girls interested in j and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Court on or before May end,
attending any of these clas- 1963. Herein Fail Not or a decree -
confcsso will be enter-
Sam McGarvey We've often remarked on ses are asked to contact the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ed against pro you
the beauty of the daubentonia Home Demonstration office. CHURCH WITNESS my hand and the

Uniting To Get The Job Done : Then a cat sniffed the air 1 1'I an orange-red bios somed Summer camp wilil be held Florida seal of, this said March court 26 at, Starke.1963.
suspiciously, then stalked .out.I.'shrub which grows wild in the week of June 17 at Cher- H. Walton Grady, Minister CHARLES A. DARBY.
I 'I : this section and in an attempt Circuit Court
I When a second cat also left I II ry Lake near Madison. All 4-1 Clerk of: the
The announcement of a unified, those who prefer to do business with I.I[ the kitchen, the farmer'couldn't -; to identify it, called it H girls having completed one Week of May 12-18: MS(SEAL 4t)5-'

citywide Clean-up, Paint-up, Fix-up a' clean, attractive, well-organized com- stand it anymore and he "false ponciana"" or "purple project are eligible to attend Sunday Sunday School, ,
22 and con- munity. It likewise encourages businessto heaved the gopher eggs as far rattlebox. Now we find it is camp. The theme will be In- 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship,
campaign starting May ,
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11
called "wild locust. a.m. Junior Choir practice,
out dians, so,we will have Let Us
as he could throw. a roar-
advantageous area. .
locate in such ,
tinuing until June 1 comes at an especially an 6 pjn. Evening Worship 7:30
appropriate time. Appropriate, The story is told of one town out I I II ing good time. pin.
I Ever go "cooning" for fish? And speaking of gophers, we The Annual Short Course at SAVEYour
we say, because Starke has just gone West that lost out on the location of I A good rain of at least one I Walter says when he was a hear that in the early days Florida State University is for Tuesday-Circle 2 meets with .

through a face-lifting process with the an important plant, even though it had inch was a lifesaver for young boy it used to be a favorite, they were used as money. the senior girls. This event will Mrs. T. A. Yawn 10 a.m. Soles

opening of U. S. 301's new path some very practical assets, simply because -I tobacco plants and it helpedthe I sport. The boys got in the ,! That folks then paid for an be June 10. The girls receive Circle 3 meets with Mrs. David'

through the city, giving an entirelynew it looked so dilapidated and run, late berry crop and other I water and caught fish just asa i j item with a big gopher and further training and get an i Montgomery. 10 a.m. Circle '1
from esthetic considerations plantings. Around Starke they I! coon does especially up inj for insight into college life. meets 8 pjn. |
appearance to a large segment of down. Aside -, I change received an appropriate COURT
had a second rain and were I underground rock holes. singing and Tours'j Wednesday Men of the ,
the town. the company did not feel it could! luckier. number of little on-
Now that; the 301 work is completedit get the kind of cooperation from the WeYe I es! It is just as well that the round out the week's program. I Church, 6:30: pjn. !I SHOE REPAIR
wondered
would be an ideal time to.take. advantage community or its people that it deemed I However in the days that nest and find where now buzzards that- practice has disappeared for The trip to short course i is I Thursday Senior Choir: 126 North Court St.

I .of this new-look and capitalizeon necessary. with such outward evidence, followed the wind blew and they, use hollow logs on the'i i i think of trying to put a gopher one of the county awards. I practice 7:30: p.m. j, Opposite Court House

it in every possible way. The many of poor habits.In I the sun burned up the moisture ground, that the eggs are as in a vending machine! Methodist Church I'
'i and it is still mighty dry ix THE CIRCUIT COURT or! ---
improvements now under way on 301, sponsoring the Clean-up campaign and THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL I.,
not only here, but elsewhere in this the Civic Roundtable has sought I I the drought is by no Schedule for week of May CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IX
means over with. The danger AND FOR BRADFORD !
area will mean more tourist traffic on to enlist the support of every civic organization of woods fires is about as 12: ', -. CHANCERY. WILLIAMSJEWELRY

this highway more visitors pass- in the community. This is great as it was, in fact. Home Sunday Church School, In re: Petition of

ing through Starke more potential the only way that such an effort can. 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship Emanuel AJIE\DED Nick Klondes NOTICE OP

residents who might be induced' sfop be truly effective. The job is simply too' Big news around Lawtey is i iI 11 am. Snack Supper for M- ADOPTIOPROCEEDI>GS
DemonstrationNotes YP 6:30 Youth Meetings, TO: Uriah Sears Burch Address
and establish homes here if our townis big for one or two organizations to the black panther which was p.m. Unknown.You REPAIRS
themselves. seen recently in a cow pas- 7 pjn. Evening Service, 8 p.m. Are Hereby Notified thata WATCHKSDIAMONDSAH
handle
and
by
sufficiently eye-appealing pre- ture near the Pete Wainwright a MondayMen's Club meet- petition has been filed in the
!
atmosphere. With 15 or 20 public-spirited groups above-styled court by Emanuel'Nick '
sents a progressive farm two miles west of e ing [Ladies Night, 7 p.m. Edd
Keeping our city clean, attractive, pitching in to get the job done, how- Lawtey. The maurader was ;I 4F Gentry, guest speaker. Instal- Uriah Klondes Sears for Burch.the adoptionof Jr., a I I Work Guaranteed

healthful and safe is not only good ever, it is surprising how much could seen first in the pasture, By Dorothy Ross F lation of new officers. minor, by said petitioner, and A. C. Williams
I' you are required to serve a
citizenship-but also good business.It be accomplished without overburdening Where cows with calves were Home Demonstration Agent Tuesday Wesleyan Service copy of your Answer or Objections -I I 142 W. Call St.

maintains and improves real any one individual or organization.And chasing it, and it ran past I, Guild pledge service at church, petition to should show not cause be why granted said I Starke, Fla.
don't have to be memberof Wainwright's berry packing 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Bea Farber ,I.
estate values; prevents fires and lowers you a on the attorneys for petitioner c
shed and was seen by a num- end Mrs. Helen Harley hos- Thomas & Pierce 203-205 North
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insurance rates; cuts down on sick .a club to help get the job done, ber of people. Living as Long: as You Live- r'pleasure from reading them.I------------

time lost; improves employee morale; either. Clean-up, paint-up, fix-up can Are you completely satis- We wish to add a few suggestions -

beautifies vacant lots; develops community be'on an individual basis as well as a Lonnie Harley tells that his fied with yourself? Are you to those the authors I I

spirit, civic responsibility,' and group effort. Like charity-it should father. Alonzo Henry Harley getting the most out of life? have given: 111 Continue to i -

respect for property.It begin at home. Nothing is as close to I killed a panther in the Mid- They say you get out of learn. Education is one of the i : ''loufbest buy:

also increases business from any of us as our own back yard. dleburg area in 1903. The big"cats" something what you put into best guarantees of perpetual : S ,
are supposed to use itand there is a lot of youth. [2] Do something everyday -. '
this area while roaming from truth in that statement. that you want to do.'
the Okeefenokee Medical science has added J3] Be of service to others :
to
I, And Now To Select A Site the Okeechobee. Lonnie Swamp also more years to life but more this often gives you more; J BANg( :

reports that he and John_ _____ To-__ life has not been added to the pleasure than the one on the II (
Junior Chamber' rode saw a big wildcat big[ years. In other words, how receiving end. [41] And don't :
Only token opposition was voicedto Chamber of Commerce,
can you live as long as spiritual life.
as a dog] over near Kingsley, you forget. your
the construction of a new Bradford of Commerce, Starke Rotary Club, Lake recently. I live? Lime Party Punch I

County courthouse at Tuesday's public Lions Club, and the Civic Roundtable.In In his book. "Live Longer Now that summer is almost i l'

hearing. The arguments against it, receiving this mandate, the Commission -. And speaking of cats, our and Enjoy It," Dr. Peter here you will enjoy this delightful -I tw

while no doubt sincerely made, were should be aware-and undoubtedly -i little red kittens are all spoken Steincrohn offers a key to improving fruit punch. Mrs. A. !
responsibility for. C. J. Vachon of physical and mental l Russell Norman served it at i '
of the
the same that haVe been used to op- it is- great Key- i 1 ;
it has selecting the most advanta- stone writes that he has a health. "To live more fully.: a Garden Club Meeting re- .
in
other' community projects
pose many fa calico cat that had kittensin Dr. Steincrohn declares, "We cently. It has a slightly'difI .. .." 77/
over the 'ears-our county hospital, geous site for the new courthouse all shades of the rainbow must value time, become fully ferent "twang" from other : : .

the last school bond issue, and our cility. Opponents and proponents alike so our Red really did something aware: of the years ahead and fruit,punches; : ';' :
forest fire protection unit, to name a were' agreed on one point-that if a when she brought three resolve to live them to the One-fourth cup sugar; 8', "

new location is used, it should be heldas red kittens. fullest." cups water divided; 1 tea- : : La.l'f7i'f'I

few.The well-worn arguments did not close to the present business dis- i Believing that "familiaritywith spoon whole cloves; 1 three- i : .
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prevail in those instances. The facili- trict as possible. It was also urged Mr. Vachon asks for direc- w ik":breeds happiness, inch piece stick cinnamon; 1 I, : :: /Ve

ties were built the county is bene- that careful consideration be given tOI tions to our place. We are on O. A. Battista in his book' tablespoon instant tea and 41 i ., .
US.301 on the west side of [6 oz.l] concentrated : '
courthouse where it "How tofErtJoy:Work. and Get cans I r. ,
from them one' has placing the new '
fitting no
I the road 1.8 miles north of sets limeade., .
More Funt Out. of I4fg"
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f been crippled financially and, few, :will help balance the business area, in Lawtey. Our home is .j '
yellow, out to prove it. In fact he Combine sugar, 2 cuPS. water , Askuswhy1'! ; ;
I if any, would want to give them' up. relation to other recently constructed 'tack from the highway in a believes that "work is the cloves and cinnamon in '. .: .. ,.f-t., .
The same thing will be .true of a new facilities! including the post office, and grove of pines and there is a best wonder'drug'ever devised- 'saucepan; simmer 10 min --.... '

courthouse. banking. ,institutions, \ big cypress billboard out in '. .** You. just. .can't. be miserable :utes. 'Strain over tea in a
,Following 'Tuesday's hearing, the -"We- believe that the Commission will the field nearby. We haven't I as long' as you"are, large .bowl. Reconstitute limeade -
Commission ward take"all'of these factors into consideration anything to "brag" about butwe're I properly and enjoyably busy, with remaining 6 cups
County can move f9 ;
I always glad to see visi- he thinks. water. Add to'tea base. Chill
"before its final decision
f on the courthouse project, more confident making tors. : FLORIDAiiJffEaFTh'LI
than ever before that they have as to, ,site| ,and, that when it is ultimately This book how points out'such"opportunities ice pour'cubes.into Garnish punch bowl.with mint Add j ,
to handle
subjects as : -
the near unanimous backing of the, : made it will be the best possible We got our friend Walter mistakes competition sprigs. Yields 22 one-half cup I I - --"_. '_h',

county. As evidence of {his usuppprj t, choice, taking into consideration i Wilkison who has explored and ideas. "Work is[ ,a servings. 1 ;

resolutions were filed, or statements the factors of finance,'availability, and I I all of the northern end of I challengethink the world 4-II Activities4H ,--- --- .-- : .._-e.- ---. .- ----
1 Bradford, talking last week I
made favoring the project by the proximity.Rockefeller's of your job- you're not likelyto girls have been exhibiting 'i
and he rattled off the
I namesof I die from overwork alone their project work and in
such places as Dark Bulk.I declares 'Dr. Battista. general closing out one phase One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
Charcoal Islands, and Tan I
We suggest :check these, of the club year. i I
I Rocky RoadOf Trough. He said he was traveling you Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.It1pJFT.
books out of the library1. You Activities for the summer
out on a woods road one .
could profit and gain much will include classes in sewing j -
time and
saw a big gopher
all the many opinions that have may sometimes be a necessary, as wellas Walter seriously said. "I got
been expressed as -to whether Governor 'an expedient solution to apparently him up and helped him in the

Rockefeller's remarriage has hurt his insoluble problems. "But a president of truck." Which drew a comical

not is seems United States must what picture for us. for we could
political career or to us the pass
that most, if not all, .have missed the amounts to a fitness test. He is not picture the gopher TRYINGto
get into the truck.
crux of the matter.It expected to fail where so many other *

is not, it seems to us, the mere men have failed in keeping their fami- He told of a poor family

fact that he was divorced and remar- lies together. \Ve expect more of our that lived out in the woods

ried that should and would hurt his presidents than we do of ordinary men. who had a hard time finding

surrounding that divorce and remar- Perhaps-!some people think-if he had enough to eat. Seems the man

career-but rather the circumstancesriage been a little more wise a little more found a gopher and when he S
killed it, he found a numberof
that should determine the extentof prudent, a little more charitable, a lit- eggs. He gave them to his

its liability.Had tle more stoical-a little more some-. wife and told her to cook QualityCHEVROLET

Governor Rockefeller been the thing-his original marriage might them. Well as Walter tellsit 'ns

"aggrieved" partner in his marriage of have endured. the old gopher eggs cook-

31 years, and then subsequently met "But don't we want, for president, ing filled the room with a

and married another woman: we would men more wise, more prudent, more strange odor and first thing
know hound dog got
you a
agree that this was his personal busi- charitable, more stoical-more some-
up and slank out of the room.
ness and should not be a political mill thing-than those of us who do not run

stone. for the highest office in the land?" ,

Apparently, however, such was not asks Mr. Buckley.We .,,;:',__W,;7: ,

the case. There are unsavory overtones think the answer is a loud and,, ISMS ''',','' ,'n ,
indicating that the Governor's new resounding If the Governor's di-' N J _5--=--=- ---__ --
yes. r..ro ae >tis>o s rv
bride (a mother of four) was a factor, -4\'vt ofce.. remarriage had taken place i >orra.aarsrsi>t.r

perhaps the dominant one, in the breakup \under the i "best" of circumstances it:
,! C K E V R O L
of his marriage of 31 and subsequent Taking
years would still have been a liability. -

divorce from the mother of place as they did-under questionable -I

his five children. That, we submit, circumstances-they are no longer!I i CharleyE. ., ;, ; -- -
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makes the divorce and subsequent remarriage simply Jfr. Rockefeller's business .1

a horse of a very different business -
they are the American people's i .

color.As if he offers himself as a candidatefor d _
pointed out -
by columnist William ; Johns --- ------ -
F. Buckley Jr., broken families President. ,
about this qustion -'r- i:1: _

"My neighbor had serious I I

I |(windstorm damage to his) uIIIIIIIIIII _

ORID 'home His Homeowherl!

:Policy paid the $2600))

FULL REPLACEMENTI!
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
!VALUE rather than the)

N ukaa 4! ESTABLISHED 1879 $1700 depreciated value.'1 i

0 c y E. L. MATTHEW EDITOR AND PUBLISHER If a Homeowner Policy is &* *

i FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON. maintained to at least 80%
ON
TINUOUILY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD of value,. does it pay FULL x

REPLACEMENT VALUEon jT / phone your Chevrolet dealer for any type of truck:.
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PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AHD ENTERED As 'SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE home losses? t .. .. ". ._..... so .. TO ,,,.. .."""........,..... H.".....", '''_.:..,._..... ............._......
POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA.. UNDER. ACT OF MARCH S. is7s .
Charley E. Johns '

IN TRADE AREA ONE. YEAR $3.50 -. SIX MONTHS $2.00 Agency GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. :

OUTSIDE,TRADE AREA ONE'YEAR, $..00 SIX MONTHS $2.25 ,
PHONE 964-0121"
U. S. 301 (NORTH)' STARKE, FLA. PHONE 9643900BradforJ
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131 Walnut St.
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PAGE EIGHT OOUNTH TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. 3LtY9,196Z Iyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

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are invited to attend these I i ton and family and Rev. and ,:381-Tbat portion ,of 1 I ISE Lots 3'. & W 82 of : Beg at NE Cor of
l of 3CEU S ,of Lot
& 4 of Blk 15 in SE>4 of XEU run
services. Mrs. Paul Estes attended the ), .nil' 113 It 7 2G 36 Gr''tch r Xicholaa. 46.20403LOte L' T 4 COS SD Mary: Coleman 9.23 W 335 Ft S 330 Ft ,: I

CLAY HILL Also the Clay' Hill Home- I' Regional Intermediate Sword So. A<\ 6jof .- I i : .. I X'30 Ft of Lot 4 of S I to POB then E 130 _

{ coming will &,. the second Drill in Jacksonville Friday I Blfc- Corllotta. Un40SNWUN '. .. Blk 1SInLT&; S FtSSOFtW1:0coSsfD -' i
", I I Bot br James Jones 10.SI I .5 5 S S ,Albt'rta .Watkins 5.36 rt.x 50) Ft.to.POB 29 6 22 ,_Lela-Boc\des, 7 61
Sunday In Jun, They are evening where Miss Odessia' I It 0'SWK fJ1 thtrn .Oil 'W of Lots 3 & 4.. Lot in SW Cor of S .V.<, 'Tb ii* V tr*.* "
By Jfcs. J. L. Strickland of.Blk 27 In L T & Frances Slocum '
"
planning on having several I Melton represented both ex 1 A' (lot Ry. 17"1O:! 3S J.: -' 'beinl Co. i,; 6.40 I COS SID "- S Williams _...O.x Lot. of Blk, 5 109* : 1 S S

grOUps of singers' sing for Hampton Baptist Church and 412 XH of'Lot 1 ex: Sou hern Oil Lot 2 of Blk 31 In L S &; S by 125"E & '
I .AALL4LLAAA&&LL&AAA jl Baptist Association 10A'Wof'Rr.: ._, 18 'l 20 1S.-C'h! mical Co- '-r7.1S; TCOS' S/D S Ethel Lloyd Dixon: S.73 W in. Gaskin ADD S James W.'Thomas ;:a tl
River
I these services. Of course, all the New Beg 104' W & 15' N : f.
I 508-AH SWof:! >E- \ : Lot 3 & 'N 2$ Ft of of SE J .
this in the Bible competition. I Cor of =:'E"4. .
Long Branch are invited to attend service S
Homecoming
: xfr4.3Ain Lot
4-
t. H of Iffc 33 in of XE4, X;: SO', W S
*. First off let's remember also, especially all former;' I XK ('.or. 'or SE ,. ,' i ,.- L. 1%:& COO SID Emma Hughes Est. 12.32 70', S SO', E 70' to : S

4 the Homecoming services at'' members, pastors, and anyone i I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker :1 of XW' '\ .. 27 S 21 25 Car .Reddish 17.30 X S 45 25.Ft.Ft-of of :Lot Lot 1 2 of& I' beg 29 6 2! .Barney-Spence' ., 4-t..
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Long Branch Church this else who cares to attend. : and children of Orlando visited i OIl___I:: :N-Y'. F.x ."ak B'k' : 47In' L & T'".' S Tract A of Westpine'SD 'j S S : ",. ; : S
i' here last weekend with her :t XK CAr all I COS S/D. : .ex E ISO' 29. 6 2J1 '-JTi'; VVJThomas. is I.,
In ,
Ida Simmons; *
I. $unday. May 12, As all know. I The Bible School will begin I : Agt. 8.49 Com at XW cor 'of "- g.
N1 : SW X of 1 1Rrl''t. SO >t'of .
Mrs. R. H. of 4 -"S Lot 2 of _
and
everyone is welcome, especially the week after the revival.I parents, Mr. \ : 27 S 51y '117 'ITrr i:Rfddish. F.t JO.12 BIfc l47 j in L T & '* t Westpine SID run 5:_ .

the former members, and I.This too is a wonderful work Parker, enroute to Oklahoma 5B-7.\WI. n !:F.t.:.. --. .46' ",1 v--. COSsD Hazel S Williams s 14.11W I S 2J3.9* Ft for POll }' 5
I! ; e : RaT,,_ : Sarara .. 54.62 I S Ft, S 100 :Ft ,; S
White Sands N. M. Other R 4' nfW' : 4 Iin "WH fit Blk 47 in L S
and ,
especially the former pastors for our Lord. 0 ", ,, T : "Kmma' 5 ,5 \ E 123; Ft, X 100 Ft ,
Cf'T COS SID Hughes Et-t 8.73 (
611--l'Am Ilt >>It< ,, "W" ; '
of the There I am sure that all who read weekend visitors at the park-\\ '. c Lots to POD ex U/W for '
church are as'# !':I4 nf 1- 'of t 4. te/cf Blk 48 in LT Sallie & JoeWilliams I
: City 29 6 22, -J,,.W. .Thomas 4J ((5
folks all the Clay Hill news notes will er home were Mr and ';'I ritr> Q ;V ff>r ... S : fe COS SDLots. 5.64 .. S
many many over i 4 Lot 2 in Great Oaks :. ,: '
that this M. R. Misner and children of |i roTh. 1n': 10Vv ; ) 1. 2. 3 & 4 of ,: SID "ieneoege1' 6i "$
Florida and other places who appreciate the fact Bik 7 & Blk 8 *xJjots ..
E10' S '
-10:; to Com at XW Cor of X- .f. .
,
6l ''Y' have loved ones sleeping in church is doing so much good Gainesville. j I POT __ \ \ 1 ,6.. 21 '--1 J J. E... Garrison 25.43 5. 6.8.9.1! In EU of XW 4 run E ...,.... .I .

t the Long Branch Cemetery. | in this community, and I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and'' 62 _': ":14 rot nf !:9ii '- :. '. L5TCOS' : ADDICts E. K.' Ferryman 12.04 840' S 2S3':" to S S. '
I 8, 9, 10. 11 off '. -
I side of Canal for :
and Miss Janet Nettles of W'1 t.in"E ;
Needless to all of theseS thank Rev. James Saunders family :
say, fTl&1P'WTV Jfc Blks 19 in L. T. & ron Cont S 135'; S .'
are welcome Jo attend the services -' and wife for making it possible were Jacksonville visitors Sat- i>III 5n XW f'!.w> : *' ,COS ADD F.. K. Ferryman 4.59 W 356' to Canal Ely-

in the church, also wel--: 1 for me to give the in-I i I urday. i>;. T> CIO TR 84 *>,!-. )111\ ',1 6 21 .t.-- ,Henry Leroy Heine 22.70 Lots 24 13 In. L.& 14 T.. &of COS Blk .- POD Along Canal 380' to 33 6 22-: S. LeotasM.McQueen S .. Si

come to visit the last reajtln.! I| formation on this work. We :'i Mr. and Mrs. A. G- Pope of I, i:l1"'T"1"h XKi; Rog., XF!?ft*r'orof '!TTOn "l 5-. ADD Lester J. Prevatt 67.47 Bee at XE Cor of X- S 5 5

place of their loved ones and i i urge KEEP THE GOOD Eau Gallic arrived here Mon- v Line Being .. W 56 Ft of Lot 3 & WU of XW"4 & run'r
W 56 Ft of N'of S I S :361.5': W 361.5':/
then come back to the tablesand i, WORK GOING! I I day for a visit with Mr. and !_10' ,!q. 2 1i:1 Efisio! Cocamo, Jr r 4CJ Lot 9 of Blk lit in X 361.5 E 361.51 to '

eat all of the dinner they ,I, Mrs. E. G. Saxon and child- I 671 10 C '1 !O M. J. Thomas 1496
Lots 2 Blk
I 3 of
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i: can eat; and if they are able, TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'HAMPTON ren. 37VU\, Of ypij of \. -5 I 20 in Temples ADD A. W. Masters 31.90 ,i iMack \IJR1trTLrnwAnDs
t i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home "p'JF.: \ J'-'V' In TAX COLLECTOH
return to the church and sing' Lots 5. 6, 7 & S of
XE Cor S of Gr Rd 10 C 21 14 Arnes Thomas / S5.12 I CITY OF-STARKE, FLORIDA
( as long as they wish to sing.I I i drove to New Port Richey Blk 1 in City Park .... -9it ;5-30 ":I!':
Futch
: But who Is able ,to sing after' Sunday for a visit with their \(Continaed on Page Ten) I I S/D 68

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dinner I son-in-law, and daughter. Mr. .
eating a like that isj .
BJ 1\lu. D. E. niiifTTYTTTTTTVTTTTYTTVYT 1 .-
always served at this churqh? and Mrs. R. C. Williams :

Anyway'we will look for old II ? :i Mr.,and Mrs. Milton.Mosher: S NOTICE.. S

friends, and also new friends. .Hampton Organizes and children visited Mr and N tl'P fs', "rw j5ven that fh. rol1l\W'lnsr! a"SI c'lbd laJ'ih AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

as well. Everyone-fa welcome J Mrs.. Floyd Smith in Perry will M'MId a* PuWAu<"tl<%n f* 12:00 oV'vk n"on, on the 7th
i Men's Softball Team day nr Jun. AVJI 1I!tfis. lit .th a CIt Hill Cltv of R'a-rke. County
has been said time Sunday of Bradford. -
after 'State
as | Last weekend stir of Florida, to pay the amount flue for
time. We wish to compliment found a Mr. and :Mrs. George Williams !- hereto- snt ,-r-uroslte of same-'.. tn0tTi___-.n.i> truh...... _an.. ...-'L"'fth.. UL_. Bucn_taxes __ ,._-

of activity among 18 hopefulsfor Mr. and Mrs. Howell sale and ,advertlsfa -- -- --- _______,__ __d_ .-.
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IrVed Lang and the others who ,
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men's softball team for .
a
have worked cleaning up the I. Hampton to play in the slow- visl Williams and Charlie Baker!, DrIptIo of land S T R 1 -S Owner S .tmlllllDt 01 Tax. !Auto Electric ','SerriccAutomotive Automatic TransmissionsONE FARM & INDUSTRIAL l\lotorcrCIes-Stoof; ; ersStreit's

cemetery. They have really pitch league in Bradford I Six-Gun Territory near and Costs ,

done some wonderful work. : Ocal Sunday. Com at SE Cor of '
County. Sec and'.run W 105 I' Electric Central Tractor Co.
Of course the Mother's Day Saturday's practice :: Also at Six-Gun Territory Ft for a POB. run : Bicycle Shop ,
game DAY SERVICEALL FeRn
TRACTORSFord
services ,will be observed in 1 Sunday were Mr. and.Mrs. A. N 105 Ft-'W; 105 S Service : Cushman & Vespa Scooters
ended with lots of aching muscles Ft, S 105 Ft, E 103 Fanning Implements
each church next Sunday. C. Dennison and family, and I Ducatl BSA
and a score of 18-20; I' Ft. to POB 20 6 22 Lester Pretjatt MAKES-REPAIR I Agricultural Industrial -Zundapp
Mothers will be paid a great several players back Mr.: and Mrs. Marklee Norman Com at SB Cor of Sec' |7.64 Repairs Our Specialty AND EXCHANGE Motorcycles l Sales & :Service
were a- '
and children. I & run W 315 Ft for Complete Service &; Parts Dept.
tribute and we all know in
: Starters GeneratorsIgnition SCmVTNN BICYCLES
gain Sunday for another work- a POB, run' N105 Good Used
I reality it is a mother's hand Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Thomas Gator Automatic Equipment
FLW21O.FL S Locksmith & Safe
out. The team has three weeksto I Regulators, Solenoids 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville Work
that rules the world. Let's drove to White Springs IDS Ft, E2lOFtto, I i 6615 W. University Ate
organize and get into the ,
fill attend services In some I I Sunday for the Florida PolkI POB 20 C 22 Lester" Prefratts. Arama.tUl'esWater Transmission Service PHONE 376-5430)
A Lot" 'Blk 12.27 GaineSVille. 376-7761
,
league for the second half of of 2 in .
,Jr church. I Festival at the Stephen Foster Sunny Acres SID.' j, &; Fuel PumpaExchange .
ts. present schedule_ andplans Alberta Tyson j %.55;; INC. FURNITURE
Com of ITBide
of
:Many Folks Sick I j Memorial. : t MUSIC SUPPLIES
are for shirts and caps Rd 200-200Ft :N S Service on Starters
We are sorry to say that '| Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent from S Line '011 SE-

>?ellie Wilkinson is in very 'I in blue and orange by the | last weekend at New Smyrna ',. of SWli & run S and GeneratorsWholesale 19 SE 2nd Place,(next to P.O.) Home Beautiful Gridley Music
first )
Other here
game. men .
N 204 Ft W 2A565'S Gainesville
poor health again. She had r Beach with Mr. and Mrs. : .S Retail PHONE 3720372UPHOLSTERY
over 16 who are Interestedare 187.91' E to FOB S S Furniture Co. Co
improved some, 'but it seems encouraged to beat the I Jerry Williams and daughter. or BK 21 pg 571. 21' 22 1 Carl M. Bitch 85.54 620 S. plain Gainesville Inc.

$he has relapsed again, and is Mrs. Williams and the baby Paree1DescorBk1- S ." :. .. CO1PLETEDECORATING
1 practice game this Friday i iI I r PHONE 372-6990: [
: I CENTRAL jORIDA'S
173 21 6 ZZ Sam Winianis AUTO
not improving as all of usJJld returned with MrsChastain et al llgl SERVICE
I nigut.i .. Lot 1 thru 6 of BTk I
I Leelye Best t I -- Complete Music Stork
I
: hoped. We do wish she More for a visit with her parents 10 In N Reno SID Inez i I'Vast Selection Of Nationally

could be well again. i i Re-Buildin' In Starke and her grandmoth- Lot 3 of Blk .20 in N .5- ,. Hjghtower 10.27 AUTO BRAKES I Pianos by Baldwin Storey A

Francis Lang isn't improving ; At Christian ChurchMen I er here. Reno'SID :. Sally P. Williams 2.55 'L. & S. Auto Trim I II Known Brand. -Names. Clark: Henry L. Sillier
I of Hampton Christian!, Lot l'of Blk 1 In Ga- : S 5 GUARANTEED PRICES Fisehek
as hoped either. She remains back j, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hardy bagan SID I

in the Baptist Hospital, Church were working on and grandson Tom also visited Lot 8,of Blk 1 In Gahafin ', Floyd S Plckens, 2.5/3 Hull's Brake Supply Complete Auto Upholstery Assurance of SatisfactionCONVENIENT Organs by Baldwin & Conn
i
: the this week
and it seems that doctors do ,I I building re- j Six-Gun Territory near Ocala i ij SID ex R/W .; Aaron Holley "" 2.5515Mt10th.11k'3ln5Ga I Tailor :Made Seat Covers I TERMS Gibson & Gretch Guitar*-
building front entry toj .
thet FREE '
.
not give much information | Sunday. "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For I Convertible Tops PARKING: Amplifiers
as j match the interior center aisle j j i hacan S/D S I "Willie Greon' %.a3 I 1703 N.
{ Mairt St. Gainesville
to when she will be able to [ j Cwm 8&0 B & I 603 N. W. 8th. .Aienue I 1004 N. Main

return home. Troy Lang is also !i arrangement, new since new ;jTTYYYYTTTYWYYYTTTTTT?:, of SW Cor-of 30''I'I I Every Car or TruckTurnig ,{i Gainesville 37J-8661 i1i I Gainesville Shopping Center

j pews, new flooring and front ) of SW 4.; X 1011"; E GARDEN SUPPLIES

in the Baptist Hospital with !i platform were recently instal- I 51', S 100'0'. .. 5- S j I .- ,Grinding Relining i New and UsedPIANOS

a broken thigh. He is in traction led. i EVERGREEN to POD 22 6 22 If Willie Lee Pearce 24.73 S Thule You Wait I Johnson
I ; 866' BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn & Paris Inc.
at the time. Com E & 3CC + .5 \ 4 j ,
The two front doors, separated I N of SW Cor of X'1 1 1314 S. Main Gainesville I Complete Line of GUITARSDRUMSSIITZ1

Genevieve Stewart, one ofi 1 previously by.a wail I Bj Mrs.\ Minnl L. Redding I Wi of SW ;, X '. I I I 5IUSICBudget
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the : 220' ; I 1 t tI Complete Beauty Culture!I SEEIM4PLtNTS.VERTILIZERS -.
Highland folks, underwent for roB, E ;: :, 32-1497
surgery Tuesday morning. It I panel, were. removed .and re- i Phone 78232Z2IAL4AALLALAAAAAAAAL4A: ,I 10-)'. N0':/ W 11'}&', >' r First S l7tK Corp' S* i!I S S Girls Women :Men Tennw
placed as double center doors. S 58' to POB 22 6 22 t Stuart 20.61!( ;
seems that all of our news is I I : AUTO SALES SERVICES Tuition Budgeted : lnseetlcjdes-pc Supplies Lillian' Music Store
Although the exact age of the i I Parcel Desc in DB 88- S. "S |I '''W Rent *
; Fertilizer
about sick folks this week. We ; I '441 22' 22 Johnny 7'-La.n %.531 FREE PLACEMENTSpecial Spreaders"
is not known it Is II
building .... [ Parcel Desc in DB &5-, S "Gainesville Leader"Since
e I 224 \
are sorry that so many- and "estimated, | Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Calvin S i LEVCOIX 31ZKCURTCOilET Brush-Up Courses N. V. 8th Ave.
at than 801
more ;i 443 5 22 6 23 Walter West 2.85 I S I 1933
numerous others we did not of Lenon I II' PHONE :3720476"Gainesville. ,
I Ga. and Mrs. .
years old. Much of the wood}' S Lot S of Blk 2 Nat S S t HAT 3JIETCOR I I 112 S. E. First GainerI1U
learn about- are sick, and Dorothy Williams S/D I Lottie Mu '4.O Central Hairstvlincr ] Fla.
: in the building Is solid and Eaddy and children I Rernolds i ; II IIIINSULATIONROOFING
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we wish for all a speedy recov- I j j I heavy, as* often found in older and Miss Edith Calvin of Val- Lots 2 in 19 Nat& 22 Williams of Blk : :" S Authorized S'le sry1 L' 1 #f "* College I MOVER

cry. j I dosta Ga. were Sunday guests S/D ; \
I buildings. .{ 5- Eliza.beth' Givens 7.68 Parts S I
Sunday evening '"Gr nny t of the Obed Pauleys. iLot In NWtf of r
II Cancer Drive Report Trained Mechanics-Good 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville I All American Gainesville
I SW S '
Pen" '[Mrs. Lula PendarvisJ] I!I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Craw- DB i 70.Pg as Dep 301 ex in ST5tfW5 376-4105(

was ,about to .whip this poor Collections for the annual ford and Mr. .and Mrs. stan- I in Xa.t1t- John & Used Cars [nsulation & RoofingCO. MayflowerLOCAL

Ignorant TIt.eror: correspondent drive forthe American Cancer i| ley Crawforj and children. S Barns SID' 22 6 .49 J'' \..I1ni6.illians. .f (03i I BUILDING MATERIALS .\ND'WNODISTANCE I
enjoyed -
.
Society totalled $54.28 i j } Com : .
for not having any the Folk Festival at i at SW Cor of :> MOVING

news in the paper last week. from Hampton, including that' NW i of SWU ru.n ,.. S,5 '. :,, .' > Barkley Motors I New Roofs. Shinglesor
White Springs last Sunday. I E 400 Ft,. X 400 S :: Storage And Crating
''We got her straightened out from the canisters: tak n from E 20; Ft for POD ;" ." 815 N. Main Gainesville Buil .Up. Gainesville Phone 376-5221

on-that in a "right quick hur I three stores last week. A 'birthday dinner was! held;I Cont E 250 Ft,"S S Ridgway Roof Roof Cleaning: i Repairs

I. last Sunday at the Otis Brewer 100 Ft W 230 Ft, .
ry"-told her to look in Mrs. D. E. Hill chairman S I Fiberglass Insulation.
the
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: "
I X 100 Ft to POB ** j Transfer
recond section of 'the Brad- of the drive for Hampton, expressed home honoring Mrs. Daisy W 100' 22 ,1:3 Leonard Peterson" : 6.,"I,% I B & G Motors Co.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE I Truss Co. Blown or Batt Security I

Pringle. About 65 enjoyed this W 50 .. ... ;: S S 1 Contractor Retail
ford County paper she would her appreciation for of X 93.75' Of' S ; 5- I or & Inc.
:, occasion with the honoree. S 35&.2'; of W% of5t 1 1 Wood Trusses! Jt Storage,
find the
news. She promised all those who worked in the of SW i -ex : I | pAYor: NITET
AGENTS FOR
to do so. Of course we were house-to-house drive, and all : Mrs. Adrian Taylor and ''TI./W. 2222 t Pioneer Finance Co. 26.13 Prefabricated (Components! '! 2314 N.E.5 19th Dr.. 'Galne8\'llIe

children of Jacksonville visited Com at SW cor of S- S S Size Free Estimates\ FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER
shaking in our boots, "Gran those who contributed. ,iI j 'I W i, X 500'. E 200' r > '" .. S F-35-HTLLMAN Any ,
-
'
ny Pen" and I always have I I Personals i J i the Arthur Reddings last I for POB E 50'. X S 1132 So. Main Gainesville JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 1 t Inc.

an argument about something' Mrs. Clifford Rahme Mrs. Sunday. I 100' W 50', S 100' ...... S S ." Sales and Service Tel. 372-3961--Collect Call i Local & Long Distance 310\l lag

every time we meet and all of'I I Stella Hinson, Mr. ,and Mrs. iI i Weekend guests of Dolph 1 I to POD St.being on Lamar -. 22 6 23. .'..Emanuel- ', Pope .......a7I \ Mops! & Mopping Equipment CrwijBf-Storar&-P

the arguments put together)I H. B. Hinson, Wayne Hinson ,, and Dot Griffis were Mrs. J. I Com at XW' Cot of ', : /" ;'. '. .. 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Brooms! Brushes I Phone-' 376-2658

don't mean anything. We are I j|I and Miss Barbara Johns drove i i C. Pringle and children o* I SW run S 160 Ft for,a : *
great friends but who would to Tampa last.weekend to,attend -Ii j I Satsuma. Polly Griffis of i POD then run E 200 Rest Room Supplies: I

n't be a friend to her? Would a Greene family reunion.i, Maxville, Westberry Griffis of Ft. S 50 Ft W 200 I .. I I I THE NEON SIGNS
I Ft X M Ft to, POD ,' Crane Motor Co. LINTELS WINDOW SILLS !
have to be someone who does- on Sunday. : Macclenny. Mr. and 'Mrs. W. ex R/W : 22 Ii 22 I' STEPPING: STONES ,
:
n't know her! :: The Hicks family reunion i I E. Taylor and daughter, Mrs.I Corn at NW Cor of y ''\. :" .r ,!, ;- L4tiu n S I S
: SWK of SWH & ( ANGLIAENGLISH "If It's Cement We Cut It" Janitorial & Maintenance
The Brotherhood and WMU i t i last weekend including many!i Becky Nefler, and ,Mr. and run S 210 Ft. E 100 : 'J Supplies I Neon Signs

of the Highland church will I families here was held Sun- Mrs. C. L. Padgett and child- : 'Ft Tor a. POB. run S S FORD Cement I NEON '- PLASTIC P AJNTEDErecting'

have their monthly meeting I I day at Goldhead Branch State ren, all of Jacksonville. :S 100 Ft. K 250; Ft 1315 N. W. 4th. Place -
I'
: /
X 100: Ft, W 259 .Ft ,. MERCEDES BEXZ'OLVO, Precast Products Gainesville !7- 723 Neon Designing Neon Repairs
j
next Sunday afternoon at 4''' Park. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow' Harry Pringle of Jacksonville i to POB 22.:2 Linnie Tyson et aJ 1.11 Maintenance:

o'clock 1 Lot In SE Cor orE Authorized Sales & Service 2033 N..E..27th Ave 'Ille
following the Hicks
of Orlando the
baptismal spent spent the weekend with S I' LADIES WEAR 1611 S. (Main ___ Gainesville
of NEL.i of SW- ,
services at 3 o'clock at 1 t I weekend here with her mother 1 Billy Redding.. U ,beIng 100' X t S PHONE 372-0933 1 I Phone Day 372-0302

the regular baptismal place in Mrs. Mamie Mead and attended 'i Church Activities S by 50' E & W 22 8:2 Elizabeth.. S J. Given 16.37E3AofS'4ofSE I "Complete ,Service for All Cherry'sGainesville's I S S Nite, 372-8891

Black creek, near the Long:1: the reunion Sunday. 3 32 S Slakes
j ,
I I of SWU of SW>4 22 6Z 3 C. A. Crurn
Branch Church. Sunday services were well S CONCRETE PRODUCTS Most 1 All members entered OFFICE
j I G. P. Wadsworth I Lot 5of Blk 21n 506 E. University Ave. )' EQUIPMENT
of both organizations are urged -'Bradford County Hospital on I attended. The Junior Boys I Bradford llts SID Address For Ladies
the banner in Sunday Jacqueline A. Moorer 9.23 .- i I I'I'i ,
wpn ex S 110'
'
to be ; D ESSf8-SGITS-COAT8
present. j' Tuesday this week for treat- School. Rev. Walter Mathis W 40 Ftof X 103Ft: S S PHONE 372-4348 INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Parker'
Church Activities ment. Sunday visitors here at |j of EV' of XW>4of Rogers: & Mable i MATERMiy WEARACCESSORIES j
CONCRETE
PRODUCTS
We had 66 in Sunday School the Wadsworth home were'j j.brought the morning message!I SE&- of NEttWH :23! 6 23 : Battlef of 10.77' S ,_Gainesville. Fla. ,ARE THE BEST FROJI I I(i Gainesville's Moat Complete Of'

and .Rev. Charley Redding of'SE of SE S : i flee Equipment & Machine
i
last Sunday just 49 of these' and j t 'i 105 W. GainesvIlle
Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth ] of XEH ex E90*- 28 4 23 4 :Percy Sullivan 19.54V University,
I brought the evening j Store.
j --- I
message. ,
were 100 per cent members. baby of Gainesville. Blk- A ex 1 Lot on' S I DODGE-DART-. ,. Edwards Building

Some of us had better "get;t Mrs. T. F. Brown spent a We invite you to come worship Side, being 220 ,Ft 'f. 5. S S 5 5 DODGE' -TRUCKS- 1":MATERNITY\ WEARNan's j jI jI|I Complete Office, Planning
.5 \
& W 'Ft
with us. E. by 85.7 I Underwood Products
on the ball"-.first,,3sfet' to : week in Jacksonville with her'!, N &; 'S on W sffde ; 5, S Supply, Inc. I '
lIomffODlinrI by 84.7'.Ft oS ..1:1,8 t'- '. .' "+_ > : -ParU-Senico I 60J W. University .Ave.Gainesville .
Sunday School : '
,
: next strive to i j son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ,', ., .,. jI I '
E side In Bland-
on S
bea, 100 per cent member evEry -j:i and Mrs. Frank Brown. She:| ) annual Homecoming I, ingr SID, .._. .. .Virginia- '.W. Smith 73.03 USED5TOO 726 S. Main-372-4844 Stork ShOD I I 373-2353'

Sunday. We had 117 en-I!expected to return home ,the,]j I Day will be held the first I S1of. Lot 8 & All .' '.. i. ,,:. ::I. '} I I Gainesville, Fla.. I
'
Occasion Dress To
"i- .. .. Special ** j ROOFING
rolled in Sunday School wonder middle of the week. Sunday in June. Everyone' Is Lot 9 of Blaodingr : I
-jo. Juntos 50.78 ,
I S/D 1L Smith Poole-Gable Motors Every Day Sportswear I
where the others were? 1 I Mr. and Mrs. LOnnle Mel- invited to attend. S ... -
',','.. ELECTRIC JOTORSElectric
LotslOllexW200' !! "r ." ,:. Formal! -Long Dresses Slim I' The Helzel Co.
.
Our Beginners won the banner Lots 12, 1); 14 of \ 'J' 119 S. E.. 1st. Ave. Gainesvflk .
-- .. Jim ghorts!
-., Matching Tops : S
Blk C in ROOFING
,with Blandlng-
a grade of 90 percent. ,i PHONE 3724343 I I
NOTICE. .S/D ex W ISO1 -of BABY GIFTS SHEET METAL
Our
training Union was not '
attended well Notice is hereby given that on the 41st day of May 1963 at Lot.13&14&pa.rtofBlkCEofcreek: :- .' ;,. I Motor 114 So. Main Gainesville I .. AIR'
so again
Sunday Starke, County of Bradford, state of Florida tax sale certificates : & W of ditch 5 5 5.". Virginia W. Smith 11.23 AUTO SALVAGE IlEN'S poSDITIONIXO'I
evening. We tried again to will be sold on the following described land to pay the amount' Repair Co. '' Job Too Large Or Too Small!
)
due for herein the with Lots ,5 & 7 .of Blk STORE i'I
have a Junior Union but only taxes set opposite same, together all cost 12 in orlg TO\\ll.of ; I 202. S. ,E. 4th st. Gainesville
GAINESVILLE IXC.COMPLETE .
of such sale and all advertising. OF ,
three Juniors present. Why do SUrke .:'-S S(, Mrs. W. T. Marshall SIn 58.20 (IPa 'a Auto H. M. Chitty & Co. PHONE 37M491

people say they want services Ao. Dfkrrlptlonof 1 AaiOQmt .! Taica Blk 14 SE ex.cor Hoover In Orig lot -r.'Bradford. Building. I i I Salvage: ELECTRIC

of this kind land 8 T R A Owner ud Coin Town S Supply. lac. 156.00 .SL CE 1902 PHOTO .SHOP
and then fail of Starke S .1 'f We Buy Wrecked Cars At MOTOR 5
( ......
to attend 32 XE' of N \ B 70 Ft of Lot 2 of : f' ', "
when they know we "{ 1\r S : I''I SERVICE Curlee Suits
AND
: R. D. & Cellon %.U Blk 27 OriginalTown : :( TOP: PRICES SALES
& E of River 4 7 19 Corthy : > Fuller's Foto Inc.
,
the
having : Arrow
at I
are services the I 67A-Beg 2777 S of of SUrke .exRCV .;. S "Distributor of Norrts Casual Shirts ,

church. U you do not approveof I XE Cor of New U : A.. W. Masters 32.90 All 31.akesIodds Used & Underwear Central Florida's FIned

the leaders, come on and I, of XWU. :1O'. W Com on. N side ofMadison '.. -i., !. S 5 .3 :- .I r. Parts New Lincolntotors" Stacy Adams Xunn- S Selection of
210' X '10' E '10' St where do the leading for us. Some to Begr Ex 'nw1':0 1 Robert F. Moody 11.51 E side of ... ..' Teletype Service-We will find Gainesville, Busch Shoes. New & Used Cameras; \

of: us would like a rest; we : 90A-Com at SE Cot CourtSt&ynn: any part for you. 1030 S. Main t I ,r Stetson &' JlaDory Hats. : Photographic Equipment t

"DARE YOU! There is work I XEU ofXErun, ,. "" 201 22FtTInN4OFt Ft N 105 Ft <"W S P4one 376-4512 I J L S.E. First St. Gainesville S
Supplies
X 105>> for POB Cont : S FLOOR COVERING ]
for all to do. if they .will just X 210 W 210', S ..."h' ... N2FtW4Oft : .... "t. ; I.1301 ,S. Main __Gainesville ( S Black & \\Vhito Finishing

do it. Come on and see! I 210 E %10' to POB ,11 20 :f5 Milford K. Campbell 11.5C then. Wly con 5: Ft MONUMENTS 1
,; to C urt St thea'S ;:; '; ,' Central Florida Tile] l Before Noon-rOut at 5 i
There were; 80 present in 1 184-Lot 4 of BI9dc ;- 1 fFt, to POB <> 28 6 23 :', E.-x. Fertrman .31.35Cora I AUTO: TIRES .
3! In Town of Xew 619 W University GainesvilleTYPEWRITERS

Sunday School at Clay Hillast River ,, -:3-24 6 20 '..; JPlsie SeYo'tU -Eat. 6.11 Deeriptl. '.1 -'.-.at .f T.., : & Marble Co. j Gainesville! .Granite. :,

!! Sunday. This is good at- I 157-SW1* of S\VU' .' j .f Laa&. II T' K JA Ow er a.a. C.IIt. I FOR THE BEST IN CARPETS BY & Marble Works s
of SW' & 2V In' at, 1Cor of I
tndance.for. ..,thischurch4 but SK Cor 4 of SW> ,.ofSW"4 ... Southern Oil &_ Call & Bay: Sts.ruir : \ : R E CAP PIN G Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave

considering as many peopleas Ex hW.S 7 20 1* Chemical Co. 71.S5 X 216.55"-Fl-W S ..+.___. .--'''c'...- _-'''._"" ...,-- 'I Car*-' Trucks Tractors Dowus :' CEJIETER)10KL IEXTS i Hancock Typewriter

are living clo>e-it could be 262- Lot 6 o'f"B EiV 1* 2: :# "i. f run U2U X 94.31 Ft for Ft. 'FOB W1'S.....' 100%" Grade .-\' Cold Rubber I Room Size Wall to Wall I : S t '31ARKERSLettering i .

better. Ii In Ward City: 7 20 'lIr, !!. L. JL Green 5.S1 lZz,.:: Ft Sly 7 a Ft ; Factory Trained Reeapp Installation tt. Cleaning .ExchangeJOHN
will ,I 278-Lota 24. 25: & 2' -Ely 13$ Ft to FOB 28W 6 23 w. J. Studstill iU !, ]Domestic. &:; Indtiftrial! :Marble i
The Hill revival I .
Clay Ward and Kentile
of Blk .S in 0: 2-of-Lots 'k'f S : English l Tire & Armstrong S
HANCOCK
start June 3 and close the 8th. I It)' EiV 36' S 7 2J G. E. Green 7.34 of Blk iSin LT & GraniteS S I I
: s- Lots 11, 12, of A ,. '.' S Floor CoveringsCOMPLETE S S Coffee Tables .;. 'CountersFireplaces Victor- Ri'O. Allen1 (
: Bro. Connie Johnson of Shi- $ .t. Cos S/D Curie Coleman T Clary j
I )
R
.Blk 13 In Wrd C4ty I 7-20 .... Seth 'Lester40XIcholas 5.51 ro' \ S a. LINES OF
> EH of Lots 1 &; 2 df .._ P"pl g I i Kejfna-Sales & Sen ice
loh Baptist church,.near Green t 373:-X of SWU of R1k18nLT S _
.. .... &: t'J11 Jill S. Main StreetS I TILES, MARBLE, _. % .5F..Uh 431 N. Main Gainesville!
Cove Springs, will preach.;'All.I '-'Xlf'li' It- -tlNWi I J' Gietrher.:- -- -- : TOS-S-D- ---'-';- -'5* 'Joe1-o1ehi.' f- -: > 5--_ J3-5.. ,. '-
of N\Vk S of1d 15' 1t ct at s.s S *!! .. ... Caine.mne"372- 1540 Waldo KO. G'\ille 376-6406 Gainesville 376-6131: ." r,.:-- : Phone'5765551BRADFORD i :







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BRADFORD COUNTY; TELEGRAPH,.'STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE+ NWSBROOKER
.THURSDAY. BIAY 9. 1963


_',tYYYYYYYYY1TTYYTYYY': t c SIRLOIN I, T-BOHE ROUND FULL GUT BUDGET BEEF CHUCKROAST



33cr9'4ti
l6 C LB
By Shirley Green

&i... ...&A.&&&&. uu
$ %' FIRST '0 THE SEASON SWEET BED RIPE
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Vollen- :

weider of Waycross. Ga. visited : :r i! P8RTiEH@Uig c: CUBE STEAK . LB 78cy
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar-

key T-Sgt.recently.and Mrs. R. K. Big- i.tC BEEF ROASTS

ham and children of Corvalis. (

Ore. were Wednesday night All BJ1AT STEW . .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, E.

Bigham Mrs. Ollie Jr. and Cowart family.of Ft- t .,_ PLATE STEW IB 25c SHORT RIDS LB Cz

Myers is visiting Mrs. Ophelia '" .",
Moore this week. .
.lit. and Mrs. N. C. Mott
were Sunday dinner guests of ,.
Rib
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsin POt1K LOIN 1T1
PRICES GOOD 'i
Gainesville. THRU THEWEEKEND ; .. '. 'LORIDA'GRADE "A"' FRESH 7
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bran- End
nam and daughter and Mr.
QUANTITY BLUE ; QUALITY FRESH-WESTERN
and Mrs. Paul Williams and RIBBONJ
RIGHTS FRYER PARTS GRAINFED', PRK LB
son of Jacksonville visited Mr. RESERVED '
and Mrs. Roy Green and fam- t?
ily Sunday afternoon. I (
[n'fir_; _1 ft SLICED
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jones .M- COMBINATION PACK Ib 33*
and family returned Monday LEGS ORBREASTS LEGS ANDFRYER .
night after a ten day visit 1 @ gj WITIt wITH| w

with Mr. and Mrs. Henry 0 RII RIBS BREASTS Rlss' LIVERS .
0
F
Jones, in Henderson, Texas; 5 LoinEnd -
Mrs. Mattie Knight in Win-
nesboro., Texas; Mr. and Mrs. c i
69C
Burma Dean in Palestine,I M q W1fA LB 48C LB 45 LB

Texas; and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace = y yLIMIT :

l Jones in Lake Charles, -i PER FAMILY ORDER '.. ,.' LB
FOOD

La.Miss Barbara Blankenship, ...... WITH EXPIRES$5.00 MAY 12 \963 _rgi ;.fv f ;a t' .
\: ,.
attending Jacksonville Uni- t ';J fA ,, SLICED
oooof
-\\I\ k11+ #!
Miss versity Donna in Jacksonville Trawick attending and- IHIIIIHIIJUIIUWVV ;,:'., :, k 'i Ib 39*

the University of South / .r' EITHER HALF CENTEI CUT III .
Florida in Tampa, were Frig FRESH PORK LOIN FRESH,PORK ROASTS OR
g day guests of Mr. and Mrs. FLORIDA GRADE "A" FRESH -
Stanley Green. --- ROAST IB 39c CHOPS LB 59c

Mrs. Mary Willis and Mrs. fM z 1 1I1 SLICED lbSt, I
Hazel Crews and family of .
EGGS '4 ( L7uui> av.4vfWG x vC.Y.Iw'SpamM ,3i .' -
Bell visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Sullivan and family Sun-
-
A

day.Mr., and Mrs. Frank Tinney A CHUCK BlLUE RIBBON QUALITY BEEF IEEF POT I

arid sons of Gainesville visited '
Mr,; and Mrs. T. W. Markey 7 4. I c ROAST u 49c
2
Saturday( nIght. DOZEN
i Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal Z ? .STE,1AK"S.I LB BONELESS BEEF STEW OR CHUCK
and children visited "Six Gun
ROAST -69c
Territory" near Ocala Sunday w f nom le
afternoon.Mr. .

and Mrs. J. R. Mott and "" w RIB BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BEEF FARMER GRAY SKINLESSFRANKS .. _
eons were. dinner guests of
Mrs. Lila Sauls in Gainesville : 45c


Sunday.A-2c and Mrs. Creig Wood SIZE 9 < ,# '" STAKS t LB79c ARMOUR STAR COOKEDPICNIC

and son Jeff, and A-2c and !
Mrs. Wallace Wiley and 11 3 CAN 189

daughter, Veronica, of Albany S.
I Ga. were weekend guestsof A i l F F TENDER MEATY WHITESHRIMP
Mr.. and Mrs. L. C. Wood. I CUBE BLUE(RIBBON QUALITY-BEEF

Miss Phyllis Darby of Starke I //vxP. Iy br LB 79c
was the Saturday night guest :

I of .Miss Patty Bigham. I r'rf' .. C PAN READY ''
Norman Johns of Macclenny I STEAKS LB
was the Monday dinner guest I 1 I WHITING 1St

of' his mother, Mrs. Verlie I ... .
Johns. --
1 I
.Mrs. Ernest Edwards .and I r.rrr.rrrNrArrrrrrra; i
daughters, and Mr. and Mrs.'I I YOUR CHOICE! FYNE.TASTE GIANT 79c or MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT OF (YOUR LIMIT-l CHOICE COFFEE'WITH r
LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED is OZ
F ,M. Vickery and of
Gainesville visited "Six son Gun'1 ______ $5.00 OR MORE ORDER) : 1

Territory near Ocala Satur-I CHOCOLATE MERINGUE GIANT ; FREE EXTRA >, }_ I F

day. afternoon. I _ ; MERCHANTS CREEK STAMPS
:
!
Mrs. Charles Ryals and 1 0 Ol. JAR I wn1 JItII VP $w.rjlwusl gf. /
' daughter, and Miss Mamie t FII 'Pkg. of 15 .
Clark of Jacksonville, and Mr. I Krena Injector 1
and Mrs. Jimmy Clark and :; C., SCHICK_BLADES 14'.. R
son of Starke were Sunday p IE G ,..a.epiuulon4SnMtoultrn.aaxouru,0..---- Al1UO D.3 .........

of Mr. and Mrs. 49*
Clark.guests Lloyd ........._._-.... r-

Mrs. N. C. Mott, Mrs. J. R. I, (LIMIT' -1 SHORTENING.OF YOUR CHOICE : '
YOUR CHOICE.I I l6 CAN ( or [li jjl 1I< Mott, Mrs. Verlie Johns, Mrs. : $5.00 01 MORE fOOD ORDER) I 1 11 11WITH :

Ophelia Moore, and Mrs. 01- .
I Decorated for Mother's \ J
Specially Day> :
lie Cowart were in Gainesville'' I PR6B EXTRA _' 1pS'
on business Monday.Mrs. I LADY FAIR LARGE 1 LB. 14 OZ. '. Y IffiA. .. LB ; MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
received' fl 11181Ifi6CW10MAw.t tt8+lga :
Carolyn Dyal ItBAtI 3. J.
her bachelor of science degree : COCONUT ?r ner.y ,CAN '" : \ r 44_U BottU of.100BUFFERIN I
in physical education /9C R R l n: 15 1
from the 'University of Flor- LAYER CAKE! : M t M M 10 IW 5TJUH TOU KOHI MW 10Ut HKNt1 *.
-
ida in Gainesville Saturdaymorning. I e i.-.voownr's- -u :
:
,
i _. _
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, I
Jr: and Billy, Mr. and :Mrs. FROZEN APPLE PEACH CHERRY COCONUT CUSTARD REG 39< EACH 1mI 1
REG 12 OZ CUT LADY FAIR GOLDEN !
A. L. Green and Joe, Mr. and i


Mr Mr.Mrs.Shirley!. and T.L.Green W.C.Mrs.Markey Wood were Stanley, ,and guests Mr.Green Miss and of I:I POUND 1+ CAKE vAL 35 29t' "" t .w MORiON':$ FR UIT PI ES n Kg:3 FOR $1 Rt i FREE EXTRAMERCHAHTS IMIH D GREEK COUTOM 8 Oz.aaurr AMB Bonlclivori STAMPS fUKrifii Of I I.ulOtIro1llstAlfltOlllaIW


Thursday night. They were 'I t' R.R "A1 wt .. IsIE PIE F *
--
there to help celebrate Stanley I !r E fl : MOUTHWASH, U .
Green's birthday. Refresh- f 9F t : Ip P f .___...'IOGoVU s:ts.u m....tacAU.....!
ments of birthday cake, ice I .
and served rtk ( ... _._ .
cream punch were -- -------
S t.I
to the guests. I
Macrtmits 4' 1i
i M
Mrs. Fred McDavid and
I Arat6nAb. E
daughter, Sue, returned Sun j 1
Glr tttt Ra ti
day night after visiting Mrs. GftIN.fWII I I 'FREE EXTRA sust J
Roxie Thomas in Pompano I I HARDWOOD SEABOARD DEL MONTE .FYNE-Bt\KE' ,,r< R MERCHAHTS 'GREEN STAMPS

Beach, who was a patient in BRIQUETTES 30-40 VYT.._ 1 TIRAl1eFIiGN9Mt .NKtM>{q i

hbspital there. EARLY PEAS: S CAKE MIXES ma1 Cup +

Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. Mrs. CHARCOAL MOTOR OIL :- i COTTAGE CHEESE 17M !
T. W. Markey, Mrs. Landum, ut* .. .. ,
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and Mrs. Dave Green attended : 4
the Home Demonstration 17 oz 15 $1.00'I .
20 .2 CAN C 19 OZ: *----------":' ------ .v
Club
Starke Council recently. meeting at 89 C, Gu-cAH 99 C PKGS ,. Mtrdunts II
LB BAG 'v I
NOTICEA I LIMIT- WITH FOOD WHITE YELLOW MARBLE ;
REFINED PLEASE DEVIL FOOD SPICE ,.. ,
civil service exam for anappointmf'nt ORDER 1 tmmI., 'w' 1
TREE: EXTRAMERCHANTS
to substitute q1 t p 'Y" GREEK STAMPS tR
!
clerk at the Brooker post office I
SUNSHINE
NABISCOLorna WISH WB CWfQN**MOUSf V
will be given soon. Any- i' "
1
I Merth.1nts Oatmeal MerWnts Doone MerWnts rll"4 12 Oz. FF Dtlyxi II
in the
one interested taking 1 ti (Any Flavor) Jellies+ or :
should contact Ned I COOKIES COOKIES { 1Rr.owwantSrusttelsa.t.wri.auNauA .
exam GRUNR\MPS cRmtsralrs: PRESERVES
hicks Brooker postmaster, in! <', 14 OZ 37C 10% OZ 37C ...-----# 5,1'.13 Jmmmmmm
the near future.BIRTHDAY .

PARTY _. .__. .
0 ------- --- "!!'
Mrs. Ernest Edwards gavea ROSEDALE VEGETABLEROSEDALE SWEET TENDER GOLDEN BANTAM .

birthday party Tuesday afternoon 'lm3 dtMtS II
17 OZ. CANS I I II
for her daughter
Peggy, on her tenth birthday, :I 0 WHOLE BEETS I 1R FREE EXTRAMERCHAHTS .' I

at her home. Games were ROSEDALE 17 OZ. CANS 10 GREEN STAMPS
: I
played and refreshments of 3 E 4 9 11 1A1 Gf
birthday cake, ice cream, and GREEN LIMAS FOR C 0 : r '1"\ Pk8AScollo..:7 RBiOM f
punch were served to the :20! ROSEDALE 17 OZ. CANS l t r p4 Lady FirBLUEBERRY lcd IR RPEAS&CARROTS

guests present. o .._,, ,. BUNS, If
; EARS ; *r .stAMIOIIIKN""CU/ !J
I .. ...u1- -.-t1i" lhl- "I6I ......
BROOKER BAPTIST I ROSEDALE 17 OZ.CANS CREAM STYLE -

Rev. James CHURCH Temple. Pastor, I GOLDEN CORN $ 00 RANCH HOME 6-6-6 : : .. 's<..

I ROSEDALE 17 OZ. CANS WHOLE KERNEL FRESH. LONG GREEN \.s ----

Morning Worship, 11 am. GOLDEN CORNROSEDALE


day Union.Evening School 7 Service p.m., 10 Prayer am.8 pjn.Training Service Sun-:: 0 GOLDEN 12 OZ.CORN CANS WHOLE PACKED VACUUM KERNEL FertilIZer 50.LBJ BAG j,11J CUKES( FOR 14 t


each Wednesday, 8 p.m. _
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PAGE TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPH. STARKE,. .TTfTPmI.. THURSDAY., MAY SL,. 19&1
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.. -...*. :NOTICE TO DEFEND Continued from Page Eight) No. Des -rlptlea Ane.ntv.f Taxes S e. Dmcrlptiomf Amount ef Taie :N Q. DUl'rlptloa Awoiat ef Taxe

I\FonD CIRCUIT C01:Cbt'RT.TY. FLORIDAI BRAD- A"o. Description Amoaut .f TazeeOneer i f lad. S T HS A Owner |U|. C..U Umd STB A Owner and Costs of U.U S T R A Owar. aid Costs


IV CUA Cr.RY. Case Xo. IS. ef laad 8 T R A. and C. ts Coat' S) along Rd 2 6S5-Pcg at Church 4383 1 Lot in NW

I 228.Wesley! U 7.. Ft t W 293 t. .. ,
81-A-That Ft : Grade 50' on X side Cot of Lot 2 of .Blk
Thomas.Petitioner. Port of N 439 Ft E 331 of Lamar St. 5
running -
run E
SW% of SWH N Ftto: pOB 6 22 S Joseph H. Gumber 227.4ft:: 'E to WH of : 105.3', S -

vs.Pearl & W of St Rd 227 128J3VT 7 2' H. L. Hartley 83.17' j SWU of SWU. X til.O': W 105.3 X 110' '

Janet! Thomas Hamm % Of SEii; 15 7 21 80 Martin Rodriquez 11 .03 2049-A- 1 Lot 200' to Lurapkin Property \ 4:91- -_ ..Elmer W! a-,:B.* 1*Thomu1. T
1183-1A in SE Cor E& W by 218'N 50' W 200 Of .Nt
W to
RespondentXOTICP. of .. Chur Larry & Lamar of SE'
Lot
CO ;
of
being &
S
Beg 421.75' NEU
Gr. then to POB 1'.a; '
TOPPE.R 50' :!
22 6
208.8! S TO: Pearl Janet Thomas .' -: \. Par
I' ITamm General' DMivery. Jacksonvllle 1SR2- E 160' of Lot i Sec 9 C 22 Lester C. Griff 7.11. 2692:-Com at SW Cor in XW Cor 150'
1 & All Lots 3 & of SWU X Sq 32 6 22 H. L. Hartley 15.52
w Duval County. Florida. 500', E 4423 "; .
4 of Blk 8 In Law- 250-Com at SW Cor '200' For POnt E 50 -Com at NW ('or
You %
are hereby
notified thata teyV of ,RAT Bernard 29.78 'of of of XEU of NWU ,
Pick
"Iit for E. EH WH of N 100, W 59. S ,
1 Cnetody of a minor 1392-Bit 10 in Law- SE; of SEU, R 100' to POD ,' Run S 4!0'. E 215' .
child ha been Being :
*
filed I
'. apalnst you teyT of Ry Ellis Thomas Gibson ':%.43 105' for POB. N. on Lamar St. for POB. run X :320',
In the abnv named Conrt and 1407 Lot 2 of Blk 18 ; 420' -. K. .' 22 i 22 .# E 100', S :20' W
cauie and E 105' S 420 .. 2699- Com at NW Emanuel: Pope .3.99 100'

U ferve a copy you of are required tn In Lawtey W of Ry Panl P. Smith 5.61 to Bdry of Sec, W .;:i?' i.: \ Cor of SWU of SW- To POB S3 C 22 Virgil Morrison! 537
your answer or
pleadine- the complaint on 1430-SH of Blk :25! ,in. 10;)' to' POB 9 6 23 Lulu. Belle;.Terrell. 12.56 U & run S 210 Ft. 4434-Com at NW Cot : "' ,
.
Lawtey W of Ry George F. Young Est 10.96James of XEJ
/ the Plaintiff* Attorney Green << .." E 100 Ft for a POB. of NWL.run
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't Green. Stark. Florida and 14GS-Ixt 8 in Law- Blaine 2080' -Com at SW Cor -'" o. run 's 100 Ft, E E 840' S 285' to .

J file; tfce original !In the office of tpy E nUTty Testone Est 27.8S of E% of SWJ"of! 59! Ft.. X 100 Ft. S: side! of Canal for

the: Clerk of the Circuit Court 1471-\VH of Lot 10- NWU & Run X489'for W 259 Ft to rOB 22 8 22 Llnnle- et POR Cont S 135' W .# ...
Tyson al Ii.0:
POB.
E-200'. 356' to
A In E of Canal'
i... on or before th* 20 dar nf May. Lawtey 2704- Com at.W Ely
.. Hfi.1; nthl'rrthp. allegations Ry Joyce B. Spell 23.93 N10oW'oo S .. Cor of SWU of SW- Along Canal 3SO' to ,

f\f ea id Comr-lalnl will 100'* to POll & Strip !4 &runEOlOFt.s POD: 33 6 Leota "
be taken 22 M.
McQueen
Tom 210 'Ft E' 15 N &: S for Access 4465- 15 ?9
.*>. an +rinteH bT'nn.. 1474- 110 Ft for POB. Beg 406' S of
: of 8W (?ftf *' T-t to Rd 10 0 S3 run XTT Cor
John E. tcRu. of SE'
This 8.61 of
W
notlre shall! hi nnbliahed! 50 Ft, S 100 Pt,
; 10 & Run ?C 210 Ft, 2148E 139.5' of W ?EU X 64 degrees ..
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each .
lore week for fonr rnn. e E. 50 Ft, X 100 Ft
j E. 105 Ft. S 210 Ft. '. 409.5' of SH of SWU W 469.99'to W R/W
r'ltiveweek* In the BRADFORD r to FOB .
!2 I '
*. COTTVTT TELKGRAPIT. W 105 Ft to' Beg ..:; .... : ,: of NWU S of 6 22 H. L. Hartley" 5.87 J37. 8'. Swly at Rt .

Dated this It of or Lot 10-C In Co Gr Rd" 15 S 23 2 John. p. .Ducar, N 37.79 2708 -Com XW Cor Angr Hwy 505.8', X I

f day April. Town of Lawtey E ;. 5174-2 A. in ,NW Cot .'. ,. of; SW'-.' of SWU"of" ; !. To POB .
; :
ac:. "
r1UnTF.:!= A. DARRT. f of Ry A.' L: 'RpuJey'' 8.61 of SWU of NWU SWU, 'run'E 4470-Tom at XE Cor 33 $ 22 W..,. L, Thirpen! Jr. 6692

Clerk 144-Lot 7 of Blk 13 of XEU Ex Lot in .. 672.5'; for.POB S 55'. of XE'4 of XEU -
r nf the Circuit Court. Lawtey E of Ry Johnnie Fowler 5.61 SE 'Co'Belng 200' E 193*. X 55', W 198' .' and run S 964 Ft for -
By Janet X .
farter. "- '
Deputy Clerk. 1486 Lot 1 SIP of Lot N&SBylOOE& to:.POE 22 8 22 Horace ROjal" 25.43 POB run W 299 Ft q iia ,.1 .
13 In Town of Law.! W&Ex Lot Desc 2718---1 Lot in SE'Cor 5 167 Ft E
( F. J.18' .\ 2S9 Ft
\7.'J.V Barber 8.34 of EU
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.- 4t 59rorvTY tey E of Ry .. or Bk 23-101 16 6 22 2 Han ,e B. Thornton 57.13 of NEV; of X 1SS Ft to POB :54
'" SWbt'ing! 6 22.: 1 Alma
100'
X ; Griffl ss
2174ABeg.. :9
.. 1490-Com at S5f (or at SE
of Lot 15. run Nly Cor of a 2A Tract' &: S by 50 E & W 22 6 22 Elizabeth J. Given 43.38:; 4507;-Beg at NE Cor

IN JrnGF. rnrnr.iv I a tbngV BdrV ofLot .. .4w. I i iff !'W Cor of SW- ,; _j 2720-E '3A o( SH of of NWU of NWU .

ANn FOR flftADFOflfll 15. 200 Ft. to 1 U of NWU of XEU .. SEU of SWU of & run S 361.5' W

{,01: TY, P GR, r..vIT'. W : being 100 Sq 16 6 22 James "Thornton- : 65.9 SW : 22 6 22 3 C. A. Crum 8.34 361.5', N' 361.5' E

7n TX. '': Rllta tl" of Bdry 62.73 Ft. Elr i 2174-B-Beg 1 100r !fof '. ,. 2758-E 6A of A 9A 261.5 to POB :34 6

' W. Mfinnell. dec.xrmcR'TO I 185 Ft. Sly on E i I SE Cor "of a' 2A .' Triangle Bet wen 4533; : : -Beg at XE Cot 22 2i'$ Jacqueline A. Moorer S6 il

rnlJDlTon: ,. fl dry of Lot 15-.- I : .. ': tract in SWU of Rds in SU of SE; of a 5-.\. tract be
All creditorn of the estate ofN I' NWU of NE of SWU 23 ing in SE Cor
62.7S Ft. Wly 165 ; i X 8 22 6 Dora Sullivan of
..;0
W. Man fell. deceased. arh 100', W 100'. "S' -. 2866 XEU of REU '
Ft to POB in Law- .. 100', -Lot 5. of Blk 2 N ., 'f a
.. "rehv notified and -required to tey E of Ry Joyce Walker 41.29 E 100' to rOB' 16 6 22 Elbert-Thornton' 66.42 in. Bradford Hgts 100' W 100'. S 100',
file any claims or demand!* 2174-C ':Beg 100' W '_ E 100', to Beg '
1502-One Lot 100 FtE&WbY r 'l. S/D Ex S 110' Jacqueline 34 fi
A. Moorer 23.93:: 22
which they mhave: ajraint I: of SE Cor of a 2A 2900-4HA in SE ('or 4558-Com at Int of r'- Surety 1tc Inr. Co. tJ 59

said .estate in the office of the 274 Ft ... 4 Tract "in SW% of of NEU of SEtS & Nly Bdry. of Gr Rd
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N AS '
in SW Cor
? county' judge of Bradford Countv of Lot 17 Ei R 137 .; : : NWU! then' N 100'. : EH of SEU of STCU.'Exl & Wly Bdry of Ely

'Florida in the cntirthonse ,.,.. W 100', S 100'; E A in SW ; 900' of NWU of XEU -
Ft in E '
.. at Starke. Florida within nix. Lawtey .Joseph, Cumber 7.61'.y 100' to Beg 16 6 22 Lester Wood > 66.42 Cor&EPar449' Run Ely 208.71'to ,

calendar; month from the date Ry '- 2181-Com at NE.Corof .. E&W by POB. N
W' J :300'. N&S 104.3.V.!
of the. rlriOt publication of thnotice. >.. 151 41'1-A----S of E 111'71 of of N .,-., .Wt- '2 4'. ...:,.... ;.t I SEU ofNT&: N of Hwy .on' E. Ely 208.71', Sly i ., '
.
Each claim or demand I :Run S 716' to S '. Bdry of SEU of 104.35': Wly 208.71'
146'otfllk 17 E of
mnst he In. writing. and must R/Wto CoGrR PB

." state ,the place' or residence and Ry in Lawt'ey .. Arthur Anderson Jr. 8.84 443.8' to E line at.< '. ,. '. . &SEU-Ex Ex par DB Desc 86-24-or 46I0-l, of SEU Of 35 6 22 R.. T. WniSamt- SUO'

post-office address of the claimant 1515 om'a't SB ; .' 'r,.. "
mrofRlkl8&RUflW > St Rd 200, 284' for BK 20-79 & Ex Par SWU .
and must be sworn to hy POB Swly 200',' E''I"' : 4676XH of 3 7 22 20 L. p. Vlnlng
or Bk 19 Pg 565 27 6 XEU El 15.4l
: 22 23 Ifrs. M. L. Clark 26.629343GW' '
the : hi hI. 80 Ft .
claimant; ap-ent. or for a POB. 232.6' N 200'. W- f 3/4 A E of dirt
S attorner.; or It will become void Run N 274 Ft. W 80 W '216.3-POB 1? 6 22 1 Howard Crews 51.43 % of SEU Rd & W of Hd Rd
of
V according to law. Ft. S 274 Ft. E 80 Ft ;. SEU Of NEU Ex \ 4701 4 7 22 !75 Mrs. A. A. Williamson 64 02
-Com
April 15th. 1I11 RS.LEWIS: to POB In Town of 2188- Beg 20' N of :t E 90' 28 6 22: 4 Percy Sullivan 55.12 210 Ft E of
"Tf Albert Williams 8.11'1537Lot < ; 2950 Blk'' A NWCorofNw4of .
M. ATF.R. Lawtey E of Ry Int of S Line of Ex 1 Lot NEU .
Administrator of the Estate -I on S Side &rufl S 210
27 In Town SEofNE&W being 220 .
Ft
of N. W. Man sell, dec. of Lawtey E of Ry ., r-'J.' W. Barber '" 8.61 R/W' 301 for POB. Ft E & W by 85.7:; Ft, W E 420 Ft, N 210
'
420
m FIrst publication on April Ft.N&Son W Ft to POB 5 7 2 T. J. Alderman
1540-Com \TBndy Sly W : j tt
on run along
4706
.: -5 A
., in SE
1&th. 1963.THOMAS! of KlngsleyRd '**.-."-.* .. B>W 264.5' W Par .' ,' ; side by 84.7 Ft Xft .f" of SEU of 'or

& PIERCEAttnrn'vatLaw on N side of Lot to 8 line of SEU of '... i S on B side in' E1A InNEcor NWU' _

34 &: Run W SOFt NEU 315.5' Sly 260'I' Blanding SID Virginia! W. Smith 203.98:: also 4 A -
..: < 479 Ft E
t 1953
Xorth &
203-205 Temple 5 SO Ft F.50Fttq Ely 261.7' to' POB -S 4 of Lot 8 & ... .. -
W -
by 375
Ft
h N"i
fUnrke. Florida All Lot
S 5
9
Rdthe.nNIiOFt.to Ex of Bland- 7 2! 8
R/W 16 6 22 Ksele Oreen
"., Milton. D. Carter 202.07 4731-SEU of Tst. 'U.
.. 4-15 4t 59MTWE i POB In Lawtey E .- ) 2202-A-Beg 396' W ing S/D Junlus M. Smith 143.77, 4751 Com at NWU XW & 1.22 40 T. J. Alderman. 334

of Ry Benjamin FinnI 21.98 210' N of SE Cor of -. 2958-Lots 10. 11 Ex' Cor of RH; of -

*. '. p",. SEU of SWU E '. 200' Lots 12, 13, 14 >'i of XEU SW-' '
TO DRFR\D: 1545-EH ofW of .. 210', N 210' W 210', of Blk C in "Bland- E 460 & run

I* rmciiT rorRT.' BRAD.ronn N 335 of Lot 31 in S 210* to Beg 16 6 22 C. R. 'Tillman 4S.99 ing S/D Ex W 150' W 431 Ft Ft S SOl Ft
{'Or\TY. rr.onin\i .. X 235
Town ef E $ Ft
"
Lawtey .
b. 2228-Cora at SW Cor ofLotl3&: 14 & to POD
W CIIAXCERY. Calle X. 13- ..' Willie 70.77 l'
of Ry Pittsi of NWU of SEU & Part of Blk C, E of 7 7 22
) :S I
U..ol-SWJ. Azalea
22 n. .. ...4 of .SW Motl IS. Si
.
1553-S 165 Ft of Lot run 30' for, FOB. Creek & W of' ditch of NE i '
John Vincent McKinney.Plaintiff. 32 in Town of Law fi 1120', N 399'V ; 3066-Lots 5 &: 7 of Virginia. W. Smith 23.93 10 I 2S 10 Fred Cole Ett.

",. .' teyEoffly m Jessie"! Lee. Barber. 6.11 1120' to H Sec line, *:'-- I Elk 13 in Orig .Town 4S11-1 Lot 148' Sq In 11800

IlL. Callie McKinnoy. 1577 Com at aPt' S -38?' to POB 17 6" 22 10 Mabel Lilly Boyer 92.40.l3eg '6 of Starke Mrs: W. T. Marshell 165.15 SW Cor & of NWU -

.
Defendant. where See line be- 22 at SW Cor '. '**"' 3068 Silt 14 Ex : of SWU 10 7

XOTICE TO APPEin twrwt 24 &: :25! Of SKU of XWU X .'. Hoover Lor In SE > 4S47-All that part of 22 Leonard B. Douberly 68.41

TO: Callie McKinney, Rt 1. Box crosSra Kingsley Rd dr to POB N 174' '' 1 4"... .. .. Cor In Orig Town of Bradford Building of SH of SEU of -

139.: Lutz; Florida.. runs S along W. side E 165' to W R/W ,.,,'. Starke Supply Inc. 447.66 SEU of W of Co -

( You are. hereby notified that 200 Ft. for PTOB, Or Rd. Son Rd R/- 3128-E'70 Ft of Lot ; Gr Rd 15 7 1'.

0 a null for Divorce has been W. 200 Ft. S. 100 W 174', W 165' to James Madison 2.of Blk 27 original 4S82-1 A in NEU 22 5 Anthony_ Lazaraczyk fit

filed against you in the ab.ove Ft., E 200 Ft, N POD 17 6 22 Sweeney. Jr. 8.11 Town 'of 'Starke' of SWU' S of Ry 19 7 22 1

named .Court and cause and you 10 Ft to POll in ._ _. ." ." 2252-SH' of SEU of Ex R/W :)'' A.. :W. Masters 91.26 4S89-SEU of SWU.. 19 7 23 40 James Thomas Gllll* t Cl

are required to serve a copy of Lawtey E of Ry John Thompson 14.06 SWU of NWU 17 (22 5 Minnie. Lou D sue 14.53 3227. Com at NW .' ..' 4894-Tom at SW Cor 1[. Rogers tilt

your answer or pleading to the 1559-1 Lot in Lot 34 2270-2A in NE Cor Cor of Call &' Bay '. of SEU of SEU. X '.

complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney W of Klngsley Lake _' ofEofNE3ot Stay Run N 216.55 378' E %14' to POD ," -

.. Lex Green, Starke, Flor- Rd desc com at Pf SE14 210' Ft E: AW "..,. .. Ft. W 112 H Ft for .. X 75', E 100', S 75'.

Wa and Kle the original In the on W side of Kings- by 410 Ft N & S 13 6 22 2 William Tyson 4.37 POD run' X 94.31 'W' 10Q* to'FOB, 19 7 22 S
Jr.
office of the Clerk of the Cir. ley Lake Rd where 2272-Com at SW Cor ......! Ft Wly 155.77 Ft, Virginia Bradley If !)
cult Court on or before the !O Sec. Line Crosses!' of SEU of NWU Sly 78 Ft Ely 155 4951-Com at 'W Cor

U- day of May 1983: otherwise the Dividing Sec 24 & run 295.1' for PDH.- Ft to POll 28 6 22 of SWU of SHU &:
W.
'-S...- allegations of said Complaint ,!5;, run S. 300> .. l N .210'. E 210' S 310'' : .J.-. StudsMH. :---:..-- -UUII--._- run E 185 Ft for

will be taken as confessed byyou. b''i, ,!.t W'-216to POB1C1* ,' .. 330i-Iiot : ...'--. .- POB then S son 1'* .
.. to ron W :200 !P. 18 I 22 f' Etneit"'J1Ua.m3 i.of.Blk, .... ,-. _.-- -...
S.P 4.311 .. E
109
In Ft. X Ft
p100 }'LE to TIT LT & COS S/D' .i'a SCO \
5. This notice' shall be publishedonce side of Klngsley: ( .' 2274-E 19 A of SEU 3 522-Lot 2 -of Blk 15 Hankerson 5.61 W to rOB 20 7 23 .
each week for four consecutive Lake : Ito of NW t InLT&COSSID 4954 W 1 Je'. e Alexander Est 11.$:
Rd, N 100 Ft F". is 6 !:2 1? Elliot'Tyson 18.98 462 Ft of R
weeks In the BRADFORD 22 83- 2/3 of 1 3324 W Metta Harmon 12.29:! *
POB In Town :: BWUof -e- ,. 62' of Lots :3 858 Ft o't s
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. of Lawtey E of Ry : I NWU 18 t 22 27 Leroy Dell t.. 18.98 & 4 of Blkl9jn SW1' SF.I' %. ot '

Dated this It day of April Willie Tucker. 28.98 I ::91-A-Dt'g 992' W LT&COSs/D 5 038-j..otl c' 20 7 U Geneva Kennedy. .
1569 of NE Cor of 3326 Carrie Coleman 23.93 & 13 SID 7 !\o rls' 411
1963. -Lot 42 in Town NE% EH of Lots 1 otN4 -
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n U.H.. CHARLES A. DARBY. of Lawtey of Ry of SWU S 100, W "*, :." .. & 2Of'BIkl8jL ..t.- NW Ex ofNE'( ot

I" __. Cleric of the Circuit Court Ex Lot in NW Cor Will 100', N 100"; E100'to. \" "?. ; : "' T &?COS SID Rei 29 1 22 2

A By Janet' N. Carter. 1572-W 1A of Lot 43 Lee, .j 10.56... Beg 13 C. 22 ,. _'.. '. 3327-Lots" 3 & W Joe Coleman 19.45 :i059-That port of S. Clemon. Alexander_ 19 5f

: Deputy eierk. rn Town of Lawtey 2348-W of Com at George. Thomas 86.41 of Lot 4 of Blk 62'15 X" of EJ otEi ot

-. (SEAL) E of KyU30 SE Cor of Sec and .. :; : .. tt L TCO.s ,. of Eli that
-. 4-18 4t SI5f -I -l Lot 100 ..r. Edward. Jones 4.32 run W 105 Ft for a. 3351-W'i :of SID "' Mary Coleman I 23.93 }" E of St Rd .' -
Ft N POD ..' Lots 3 '. &
run N 105 i't. ::It being S of
-
&
... &SbylOOptE& 4ofR1k27
.,-,. ; N '. W 105 Ft, S 105 1f',' in. L i land of C. I..
Ft May
CinrriT COCttT 0V TV in SE Cor ,; T&COSS/D 20 7
c:.. TUR of Lot .". E 5 llf-1 Lot 23
___ TilE EIGHTH JTDICIAL CIRCUIT 52 in Town of Law. tff | 105 Ft to POB 20 8 22 Lester*Prevatt. .'- 131 3361-Lot 2 of.Blk 31 Frances Slocum. Sq In 521& Ft Engirt. HaH 16.52
2350 '
.' -Com at SE Cor Williams 6.]1 SE COt
ot
s.- OK FI.ORIO.IS AND tey E of Ry' : I in L. T. A COS S/D

I-. FOR BRADFORD COUJiTY.IN 1583:-Beg atE James LewIs Barber 4i.-U of Se4'flun W .' : .. 3368 -Uof; : 3r & X 25 Ethel Lloyd DIxon 23.42 Z 135-S 1k Wright. Add 30 7 22
Cot j 315 Ft for 1 or SI Dewitt
CEnY. CASK .No. a POB. Ft of Lot I &f William IS.vi
CU": or Blk 52 Lawtey Run N I 4 or Blk S\VJ.. Ex ,
'.4. -- 105. Ft, W : ; 33 j in L R/W 30
7
T.
23
&
13 .
,. -" EOfIthr.S100'W 210 Ft.. S COS 5164-SH Of NE 20 C. X. Williams .
,)4. tI Spengler. 105 .Ft, S SID. ... oC 18.98. .
Vincent Joseph 100'. N 100' E 100' \ 210 Ft to FOB Emma Hughes Est 33.34 I of SKU and SEU
Plaintiff.vs to Beg 20 1 22 Lester Prevatt '. 29.88 3389-Lot :3 of Blk 44 of SE% .
Divorce I David Bright 46.31 in L T & COS S/D 5241 33 7 22 60 Hardin.ft
2 388-Lot 9 of Blk 2 I .,. L. Z. Baker 5.61 -Lot 40 on Pine : Alderman 43,01
Flora Eatello>> Spengler 1616 Let 12 in Otts ;:.; Sonny Acres SID 3393-X 30 Ft of Lots! of Crystal Lake
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Defendant. SID of Lawtey Lizzie McQulre'. : E&t" 10.06 2397-Lots 7, 8, 9 &: 10 Alberta Tyson. 5.61 1 &: 4 of Bik 45 in I Homesit'ea --

1 NOTICE TO APPEAR 1652-:EVi of NEW! of of Blk 3 in Sunny L T & COB S/D ..; Mary. Sharpe 15.02 5255-Lots 59 61 George V. Harris Arne '.16
NAME OF THE STATEor KWU Acres 3394-S 25 Ft of ... &
.. IN THE. 25 5 22 20 Stanley Andrew S/D Alfred Lots 63 on Pine of '
FLORIDA, TO: Flora Es- 1662-Lot as Deec la 23.43 2423-WH of Blk 2Sof ... ,: -v '1't. Homesites
telltf Spe'ngler, whose residence OR Blk 14-385 25 5 23 Mid State Homes Inc 45.70 R2W. & NEU of N'25FtofLots2& 5303-Lot 44 -

is: car Mrs. Ed Sanford 1699-W 2A of NVi of B2S of R 3W & SE. ", :...,.., 3 of Blk 46 in LT of Crystal on Oak ? P. i'!. Maynard 14.07

Route' !, Hattlesburg Mlssissippi. I- SEU of NE A 26 5 22 2 Lee Calvin Ron 4.27 U of B2S of R3W & COS SID ;. .. Ella Mae Hayes 16.02 Hpmesites Lake:
1 T10-E1AOtWof W4otBr3S 3598-N 45 Ft of Lot 1 ....
5352
: of -Lot
54
,'. Robert 8.
on Cy Pendeil
you are bereby notified that, NE'j of SW% of R3W &, E% of'Bl, 2 1'-.. It.S 25 Ft of-Lot 2of press of Crystal 8.34.
"
suit for divorce and other NE 1 & SofR4W Blk .47 in L T Lake
a 26 5 22 Frances Jenkins 80.06 of ., Homesites ,
has been filed against you 1 728-All SE Temp. : & COS SiD ... *'
relief i of SE- S/D El Ida Simmons Art 20.87 :5370-Lot 8 .. William Frail 8.34
Court and eof' Palm. _
,
in the above named i Of XWi! E of K/W. 21 ( 22 '
are hereby required SO H. A. Lawson 55.43 3400-WH of Elk 47 'Crystal Lake
and Ry
cause! you 26 5 z: 2426-1 A In NE :
a copy of your 173-A 3 Ethel _Tucker. v. .87 Cor in L T &: COS SiD Homesites
.
to serve :1:
v Triangle Par of Emma Hughes Est 23.43 Charles W.
to the .. WH' of Blk 3 S :3489 Lots 13 14 5378-A-Beg atW Bias 49.41
Answer er other pleading Land Beg 475.74' of BT"3 of a* .< ? .
plaintiff attorney E W 21 6 22 1 Lawrence Blk 24 in L T & Cor of XWU of
complaint on of SW Cor of See 2UO-SW> Covlngton 6.11 ;
4 of .
Blk NEt
6
Yawn. Jr.. whose' COS .ADD run K 450'
A. On
Thron Ely
Bdry 'of Lester
J.
Prevatt 191.88
mailing address' Is: Post Office Hwy 200 for POD SofRZWTemp 3570-. Lots 2 & 3 of ., for FOB, S 103;;*, W

.. Drawer 340. StarKe.: Florida, and N 31 degrees E orEly 2417 SID 21. .I 22 3 Alfred! "Barnes Est 15.02 Blfc .2 Ex R4 in 105', N 103', E 105'
Parcel
Desc or
file the original thereof in the Bdry 132* to Sly Highway Addition .:; to POB .
Bk 17-173 Robert G. Green 178.97 see ppp'
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Bdry of Qr Rd. S 2465:-Com at SW Cor 21 < 22 Sam Williams, I'Et Al 51.94! 3583 Blk-Lots :3 & 4 of' fJ Prop for house on- r
before the 6th I 1 in Temples
on or 71 .
Court degrees E 324.74'to -
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of
SEx! of Blk 3 wrong land '
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day of May, 1963. If you fall I to sly Bdry of SeW S of Add .I H 'A. Lawson 224.40 5438-Lot 2 8 22 Security iitj
c allegations of said "' Rge 1 W Run: 3638-W 56 Ft of Lot I 12 of' Lake ior n i. Ii
do sothe on Sly Bdry .., \' N 18 degrees E Bedford Shores : "
[) con- 60V 8 & W 56 Ft of .
will be taken as 376.5' XHof "
complaint to VOX 26175S S Z: Carl N 72 Robert U. Am
degrees! E 1341
158'
H. Smith 179.90 .
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and'a decree pro 1 ; Lot $ of Blk 19in' .
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f.md by you. Com at NW 5464 1
Lot '
S 18 -
against you ':.t.> degrees 60', S" \ .:. Temples Add .. 1; ; J.'I.: 40 Ft.
entered ; Bell 46.70
confesso or of WVVi of SEK ?degrees W158t X & S by 10 Ft
relief demanded in thecomplaint. of SK'i 50' N : 2 3641-Lots 1 2. ... E
for the & '! POB -. ,, 21 8 3, of.Blk j & W End on B by
S by 100' E Jt W : 22C 'J neAE.'J'ranItlllt: 8.61Leslye 20 in .
:' E 2: Lion Bright cut Z.03-Lot 1 thru 6 of TempLes '- x E 1.lneof SEU of .. i

This notice shall be publishedonce 1761-NW!,4 .ef 8W't \ < Blk 10 in RenoS/D Best & Add t, A.. W. Masters SO.a N\V&sby..
'four consecutive Inn Hightower 27.88 3778- Lots 5, 7 & ., '
week for c. 6. -t ford .
each of SE,4 &E198 : 2.5Lots 3, 4 of. : Rd 12 1
weekS lir the Bradford Ft of SW'i of SW-. Ethel M. Bile 19. in N-Beno : 8 of ,..Elk- 1 in City 5 474--., Lot 2 of Blk ....1 1m.,. B. rttrrtn_ ir. !#'

County Telegraph a newspaper U of SKU Rlgsby Park SID' .. "? Mack: Futch. 19.48 B in tbe'
\: :1 i 22 13' Strong 11.06 SID. Frances Jenkins 10.56 Haven.
\ within 3897-Lot in SW Cor -
of general! circulation 179S- That portion of ., ..a. SID '
.- said County and State. W 3/4 of NH of I .'.. of Lot 4 of Blk 5 5519-B -V D, R. JobaiOB 11.71
2550-Lot 1 of Blk 1 -Beg 386.1
thZthday Is .. 100'S E
ORDERED r by 125'
DONE AND 1983.CHARLES SWU of SWU : In'Gahagad: S/D .'. Floyd Pl :kens E.61 E & W' in Oaakln- 4. l' of E R/W of Hwy.
of April. which lies S & E of
Jessie Mae 2556- Lot 80f Blk 1 ; -21A & X Line
.. o(
A. DARBY. Co Gr R4 2 8 5.. 22 Hampton Est.. 1S.7. In Gahagan S/D Add James W. Thomas 70.37 Lake Shore Dr StY
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104tV'
Clerk of the Circuit Court 1822 -Lota 38 &: 29 ** ex R/W Aaron 6.11 UfO-B-Beg 335.4'. to Lake, E \'....< ... ;
t% jHolley & 16' X Of SE" Cor >
\ in and for Bradford County in Woodlawn: 20 V 22 '20. Casey Starr 18.98. 2561-Lots 11 through : \ of XEU of.. XEU.! '. 45', Xly :$!fS', W 60' f
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1337-Lots 46 51 52. oa' .
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Florida. 16 a! Blk 1 Ga to Beg
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NT 80'. W ;0' S 13 I 22 ..
By: Janet N. Carter 61 & 6! & EH Of hagan S/D' EX. R/W : Ida Handkerson Est 17.24 80YE 56Or-Tract 10- Carl Herman... ._ W.j Gradlck n.?"
Deputy Clerk Lots 53&b0 In" 701 to nt'g. u. 22
,w 2583- Lot 10 of'Blli _, Barney Spencai. 7-11 Voilkopf SID .
4U3 Tract A flf' .
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j r fSEALAOP THE Woodlawn 31 5 !: 60, Ormond U. fionlfiy? 52.05 3 'in Gahagan S/D Willie. Green 5.61 West Pine, SID Ex .. 565S-S .72' of N 354' James Z. Lee 124.51

., vCOURT) 1840-A-1-A Sq tlN- 2590-:-Lot 16 &: SH of >"' of N% of XWU of .
CIRCUIT 51.10
E 180' 29 < 22 J. W. Thomas
I .-18 4t 5-' W Cor of Lot'54in -" Lot 17 of Elk 3 in .... SEU'Ex E %75, t

'" Woodlawn 31 5:2 1 Carl J. Wilson. 58.67 : Gahagan S/D Queen Esther Green 3%."'I 41U.-.com.' NW Ex R/W 13 1 n .

1848-EH of Lot 12 2637-Beg at stf. Cor Cor of WestpineSD 5671=- S 3/4 of E% & JUwreace. B. OgU'sby n..|

THE COt'STY jrDfiE In Woddlawn 53 S, 22 'Do. Hugh Crawford ,5.61. .of SE!. of NEU runW run S 233.9 Ft EH of SWii- ofN- M

t:-.. IV C OV1tT OF BRADFORDCOt'NTY 1863-A-S 13!' of E% .. II 150', N" 100' E. for ,POB: W 125 FtS ,. EU 17 1 22 140 Welraer Evint If IS

FLORIDA.. PROBATE. of SWU of NW; Geraldme Blount; ISO', S TO POB' .*22 S U Frank E. Tier (8.98 100 Ft E 125 Ft. << it 5715 SEU of .
SWU
.N 100 Ft to POB Ex .
Of NEU -34 S 2: 5 et al' 10J.01 ..
Ex" N
,,' "- 165. Ft 23 1 22" JJ Duf Sullivan Z,..,
1S3ADel'' at SW 2636-Com 860' E & : Rtwfor City' !t. 32 J. W. Thomas 118.59 .
In Re: ,Estate of. -- Cor Lot in Peelsvllle .' 30'NofSWCotof 494-1 Sq A in SW : ** 5728- Com at( SE Cor .

Mary Leone formerly ,. 1- Cor of E% of NW- ; of NEU run W 450' .- .-
run N 10$ E; :: NTsU Of SWU. N +" for POB N ; _
Mary Meli). Deceased.NOTICE 105'. S 105'V 105" lOO', E 50' S 100'. U of Ex Parcel Sold 32 f 22 Sa Sampson White 41.75; X Line 1320' to ,: .

OF. FILING PETITION to POD 35 6 22 Clarence Fox 1.34 W 50' to POB 22 22 Willie. Lee Pearce 66.80 4295-Beg at SE Cor Of SEU, of J .

FOR DISCHARGE OHADMINISTRATOR 18S4- 1 Lot 60' N &, 2637-Com 866. E & < ..... -. of. 1-A: Sq. in SW .. E NEUWS 55' 1320V, if'. \
W in' 30'NofSWCoret Cor 'of E% of XWU to POB. 24 t 22" 1.17 'Mary Wilson 16.52
S by 50' E .
5729-Com SE .. .
1It.: at Cor .
'N <
f SEU ISO' -
Co.auralNotl'e NWU of SWU -
T.,AH Wkem; It May Lots of Feetsvitie ". of NE'4rizW
is hereby given that I I Beg 200' W of NE. *' 220' for POB Eioo. to POB. W 210' X ..sU'W v. .
::
have filed my final returns as Cot, .. ':35 I 22 DoraL et al 29.38 '. Nit''i W lOa'..- First.1Itc .# 60. E %10'. S 60' to Southern-. Stages for POB Ly m 1185 166-5' -

administrator of the estate of of 'SEU t' iti jof S. 50' ;'to roB ',:% I z: Corp of Stuart 53.94 POB_ 22 6 22 Const.. Corp. 48.20 'on'X ... r. .".... .1 .
1889 NWU Wly Line
51' :
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Mary Leone. (formerly Mary NWU Ex 1A 'laNW # r 2639-Parcel Desc in -. :;; tU-l%-lyinlr Nil: Sly"Jlfl>, SelV 103 '<. : : .) 'r'
deceased: that I have DB 8i-441 61 J hnnne" .U W Of Hwy 301 End .
23 23
Ex 2A' .
M1U." Cor A to POB '
24 1 22 : C"C.
fifed! my petition for final discharge In SW'Cor .' 15 5 22 'i Henry Brown. ,*., ,..6 I 2640-Parcel 1 Descin. -> --' '_ S. by Chambers W Rogia 17.03S

and that I will apply \ DB 88-443 22 ,2: Walter WestElizabeth 6.50 by Mack. X by Mc- .. ..
: IOU
A- U13-A'-"S' Let (;8'. N6 I ... .... 1 Lot In 815
Honorable rheroft 666 -: Lots-lJ 21of '. II! -c--' Caslia. E by Hwy J2 f 23 JeeeielCrctn Brown 7.11
to the S by &0' E A..W : ", Cor of S% of 'Elc .
Yawn.. 'County Judge of Bradford In SWICor: of S'4 1 ...t, I nUt 2 in Nat. 4315-Lot 1 of Elk 2 jte.-' ,,- of NWU of NW! -

County, Florida on June of NWU of NWU \ Williams S/D Given 19.48Ml in Lincoln City Rattle Starks 7.!T4 being lei Ft N t .

10. 19S3<< at 10:0 ..A.)!. for final approval E of RR 'SS 5 :2 .. Lacy Breen- t. '. au'Z 2673-1. Let In NW.A| '_ 4316- Lot 2 of Elk 3 S 'by 110 Pt B &

of the! same and for 1917-Com at SW* Cot of SWU as" Due inDeedBh7OPg.301 iD- U.coln City Irene... Elerson' et al 7.84 W Ex B 5ft" 25 22 S&hhll LtJ'1C11f'_ S.J7
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discharge as such administrator I of SWU of SEU of ,. '.': "l- 4326 -i-Lot lot Blk $ -, -;: 6155-Lot 47.in Indian ... .
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I NWU run nly 208.71 Ex R/W in Nat Jobn.r.\nnl.: in Lincoln City.,.... Alberta. ..: Collins 5.61 Beach t T. D.; WhLllon ire ",l|

This April 27th, 1963.AfOUST for POD Cont Nil .' :' Williams S/D 22 1 n WillIams 4339 -Lots 2 A 3 of : I i J214-W-60' of E-180 _

CA IOTO, I I 208.7', Ely 105'. 'S"'"- .. Ii 11' 2676-Com at SW Cor .1 Blk C In. Lincoln .. : of S TO' of Lot '7 of.of i .

.... Administrator of estate of %0$.,'. Wly 105.1 to -t. ; ..; of NWU of SWU :.,. City..,Ex RIW '. Hattie Starkes 10. !J Blk 1 Santa Fe

llary Lone, (formerly POB r-i.* '.n" S 22 .H "' Mid*State Homes. Ine. 50.81 raaEUOFt.N40Q .,. : 43S -Lot 3 of Blk 10 .:" : Shorn'S 0 i t. Quincy Taylor 73.41

Mary Meli). Decease&I I 1965, -Cora at NW Cor 'e. *TT. -* Ft E 250 Ft for .. in IJncoln-Clty T Sarah 'Griffin LI. I ?. '

KNIGHT ; .of 4352-f Lot 1. 4. 5. 7. : ti : 'i J{. n. K ELLT : 'f4* -
HOLLIS V. I of SEU -of SW\ .5; >j.r' POB Cont E 25 .Ft .... *
M P. O. Drawer F I Run E 650 Ft to Rd- S 100 Ft, 'W 2EO 8 of Blk 13 }a Tax Collector

Sfajke. Florida I 200, S Wely along Ft, N 109 Ft to PCS.. -_ Lincoln City Irene. Elerson- et al 23.93 I Bradford County, Florida

Attorney (or Administrator I II R4 345 Ft to POB. EX W'' IW l ** I 22 Leonard Peter iIt.U ,

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BRADFORD COTJNTY TELEGRAPH, STA1JKE FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN'
THURSDAY. MAY 9, 1963


rvvrrnmvrvvrvvnvvvvlr_ Mrs. Beula Norman of Miamiis
I spending some time with

LAWTEY\ I the Carters. i 1sAVF
Mrs. Myrtie Gaskins. Mrs. XZXE i
Beulah and Mrs. :
i Norman
87 Enza BlanchardAkAAAAAAAAAAIUAUS iI '
I Lois Carter were visiting their q r
Ali I 1 aunts Mrs. Susie Norman and

Womans Society Miss Debbie Phillips in Jack- .
sonville during the week. Mrs.
The Woman's Society of
O. J. Phillips accompanied :
Christian Service met with :
I Mrs. them. They also called on the FROM Florida & THE SOUTHPLATE
B. E. Lee Tuesday evening -i Lester Sponholtz family. 1 FEATURING PRODUCTS
April 30. After the devotional -
II Mrs. Lula Norman is out
Mrs. J. C. Tye presented -
I of the hospital and is con- '
the program "World valescing at the home of her LB.
1ge
Council of Churches demon-: STEW BEEF
i and daughter-in-law Mr. WIWN
strated by a playlet in which son W-D BROAD BREASTED GR."A" QUICK FROZEN"NO
:
and Mrs. Troy Norman in .
three members took part. Mrs. TAILS, PORK FEET or E

John Lee." assisted served refreshments by Karen and to I i I I Starke.Rev. Gus Johnson of Jacksonville BONES -LB tOe )j


brought ten present.as her Mrs.guest Bumgarner Miss: I ner guest! was of Mr.the Sunday and Mrs.din-W. ,'u "R E Y 5"pORK

Mary Ohio. Fletcher of Columbus,; F.Miss Moore Dorothy and family.Swanbom and LIVER! --LB. 19C

her aunt Mrs. Mabel Peter I 0 5
Operetta AnnouncedThe .
son and son Martin of Chi ECONOMY SYO
seventh and eighth
grades of Lawtey Junior High'I! cago. Ill, spent Sunday at 3 LBS $1 ', ALL SIZES ./

School will present "Missis- I I Daytona Beach. BACON .' 5 to 20 Ibs.
Mrs. Gene Fletcher of Kan- Now Open
sippi Mel xIY" in the school '
sas City who has been visit- ENDS _
auditorium on Friday evening -
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
ing her brother and sister-in-
May Huckleberry 17. This Finn is the and story Tom of law Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pad- SLI BACON- 5 LBS $1 U.S.D.. A. PRICES GOOD THRU
MAY 11th
Herbert
gett and her father. u n
Admission: adults .
Sawyer. INCliftI
her COPYRIGHT-WINN-DIXIE
Padgett has returned to
GROUND LAMBPATTiiS
SOc; students 25c. I
The benefit dinner Satur- home. LB. GRADE I ,
and daughter LB.
Mrs.Allen Nolan 19c .
enjoyed bya
day evening was I of Whitehouse were visit '

good number. The presence' ing Mr. and Mrs H, C. Harley "' :""': :"_ "; "";.::<- =
of out-of-town guests was i LAMB 'Jt:: "
and family Sunday.Mr. :: FROM FLORIDA SAVE 3K* EA. STANDARD

much Lawtey appreciated.The first Junior and second.High gradesof school were.visiting and Mrs.her Oscar sister Carter and BREAST LB. 1ge W-D- BRAN.D BEEF SALE Tomatoes. 303 CAN 91


did themselves proud in the one John day A.1l uiare in the. in week.Jacksonville GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN = -=" ..=.- FROM OCALA, FLA .SAVE 3V3< EA LIBBY'S (322.)
presentation of "M a the r I LB. $(
Goose"a good last Friday attendance.evening before i BACKS NECKS lOc FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLE- Drink JL CANS i.


Church Schedules FROM TAMPA, FLA SAVE 5%< EA. LYKES
Grace Methodist: Church *i $ f

School Evening 945;worship: Worship 8 p.m.11 MYF a.m. 25 EXTRA or with STAMPS 2-lb. Superbrand with Palmetto Cottage Farms Cheese Salads I 51 8'' a k Sib. 88 LuncheonSIRLOIN MEAT Ji 12-oZ. I s

each WedneMnY. 8 pjn. Our Soil Our Strength e fROM ORLANDO, FLA. SAVE 6< DEEP SOUTH

First i Baptist: Sunday FROM THOMASVILlE, GA. BOB WHITE SLICED or RIB .,.
School 10. \V6rship 11 a. m., I Soil Conservation I:I J e.11"y 1B-oz. .9 I
Training Union 7 p.m. Worship Bacon2LB.Box791

8 p.m. Prayer meeting NEWSBy I II k. 88rape- HUDSON JUMBO
Wednesday 8 p.m. YWA each I' FROM THOMASVILE, GA. 'SU 5" e a 5 Ib. ;

:first. and Junior third GA Tuesday first evening and- Soil Conservation Bill Haas Service I' Sli Ham :.791 Towels*'ROLLS $1.FROM .

third Tuesdays just after ,, EXTRA LEAN. MEATY BEEF SHORT TENNESSEE PILLSBURY CHOC., YELOW, WHITE3H
school. Intermediate GA second I The Board of Supervisorsfor I SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS CANNED
:} and fourth Monday 8 p.m. f the Bradford Soil Conser- I Cake Mixes

Jack Brassel spent last week- vation District held their reg- : Hams 4 LB. CAN $298 Rib 3. 9. .

end with his family here. ular monthly meeting i n I 5 IL FROM ARKANSAS DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN
:Miss Mary Fletcher and her Starke. Those present were I FROM ALACHUA, FA. COPELAND PORK ,. @)
father. Harry Fletcher of Columbus : Sam McGarvey Foster Shi ,r Fancy lice 3-LB.PKG. 351sirp.r
Ohio were guests of I Smith and Lonnie Harley Sausage LB.451 CHUCK .

Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bumgarner Supervisors; Leon Carter and FROM TENNESSEE SAVE 5< .
during the week. Bill Haas. Soil Conservation REG. 69<> BAKED or BOILED .
Mrs. Emma Deloach of Service. TARNOW 49 Green gSSN;;
I I Ib.
sonville was visiting Jack-I' The Board made plans to' PKG. R oa 5 .

ma Eunice and the attend the Area Speaking Con- FROM S. CAROLINA SAVE 4%< THRIFTY MAID
Norton family Thursday.Mrs. 'test in Green Cove Springs. FROM THOMASVILLE GA. BOSTON BUTTS PORK
Effie Miner spent the John D. Odom III will rep- EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND f Drink432oL$1.Pk'L
in':' R oast LB. 39i rape .
weekend with her granddaughter resent Bradford County .
Miss Mary Ann Motes in this contest. The winner of i
;
FROM N. CAROLINA THRIFTY MAID WHOLE CUT SWEET
Cocoa. the Areacontest will go to i GA. WHOLE or HALF $1

Clyde Wainwright of Bar- : the State contest to be held inJ; ; n Beef 7h CAN I9

tow was the weekend guest of I August. LB. p 9. .
j his parents Mr. and Mrs. H.I The Board also discussed !I

C. Wainwright.Miss the possibilities of establishing .
I ------------- CUT ON DOTTED LINE i W GIVE WF LIVE wt 41\k w GIVE WEGIYE WEL/VE_ W41Vf WGIVE WE CJ\k W GIYt WI,G/VE WE,UYE |wtb vk/' wiICRCEMl GIVE I MM'"* WIy 41YEI
Mary Julia Futch of recreation areas on farms I I I
Tallahassee was the Friday I of Bradford County. Districts l I I' t I' J I J J I JI I J I 1 / I II
I 1 1 l I s '
overnight guest of her mother I. serving the same recreation I +,I r It, CAEEN GREEN CREFs, GREEN GAEEN GAEkN GREEN GAEEN lL.MLt.Nl GAEEN IcReEKl GA Eh GREEN IGRCENIig GREth
1 1 4r111 I STAMPS STAM CTAM PS STAMPS STAM VS lTAMPf STAMP IsTAMPvl (TAMPS [STAMP! lfAMPSI !TAMPS (TAMPS (TAMP! lTAYVSI
Mrs. Joyce Futch. I: market should get together for I Ii I I fpN ipf PJ ,Gp TAp Eh, '
Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs. A. H.I the purpose of joint planning. I te 3
Harley ,and Miss Enza Blanchard -i I Recreation on farms requires I 100 EXTRA p? !

enjoyed being presentat I the same market inventories
Middleburg M e t h odist i and estimates that are necessary E i d t Irv I dII } 1' i P d d c l Jj d 1 Al 1 1 rI d
Church homecoming last Sun- for other business. It 1 :> .w" GREEN STAMPS

day. This is the 140th year of ,was brought out unless private WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR 54 50 Free 2-flf Green Stamps 50 Free a f Green Stamps 50 Free %&: Green Stamp*

the church organization.Mrs. enterprise develops this type I I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS_COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
O. J. Phillips has returned of business the State or Fed- NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE
CAN THRIFTY MAID
I I FIVE 10oz. PKG. FROZEN Two FROZEN ORIGINALCrispy FOUR 303
after a pleasant visit, eral government will be forced Good Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With ,S
GS WK Corn
I : s Astor Green Peas Pizza Pies Golden or
with her son-in-law and i' into this business on a large I May 11 A $5.00 or More_ Food_ Order. t s
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fate scale to satisfy the general I GOOD THRU MAT 11TH GOOD THRU MAT- 11TH MAY NTH
Redd and children of Macon.I public who are looking for I I I' 8"1"" "I' 111'' 't1 1 1 I l11tt,t ""I' U, t AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN DIXIE AT N'"wi -DIXIE
I recreation areas and facilities. I C [[ t 1" bpi!" I d d (
Ga.Jimmie I .
Moore of Wildwood, Soil and capability maps for
I
who is employed: with the Sea- I farm planning were received '--------------------------------------------------

board R.Rspent. the week- for Mrs. Ana Jensen, W. H't e FROM HASTINGS, FLA. U. S. No.1 1 WHITE FROM TAMPA, FLA. SUPERBRAND
end with'his family, the W. F.I Nollman. Louis H.Adams. Roy 1 d 1 'f d
1' f I Ill
l I 1 Ice 1 CreamCAL 59WITH
Moores. I j!! A. Starr and C, L. Cooper. rya LB'

Mrs.was Ed Carter visiting of Jacksonville relatives.. i These ent types maps of shows soil the and differ-other 50 Free THIS 3tf COUPON Green AND PURCHASE Stamps. OF Potatoes 1 0 BAG 3 5e, FROM FROSTPROOF FUKIDS WILL LOVE IT

here during the week. I physical features of the farm.
Mrs. Charlie Bowen of Pa- The fields will be located on OH miiYCCrK1s: ndwiches.FROM LAKE GEM, FLORIDA LARGE GREEN STALKS Or'ge Nip 2, 12-oz. CANS 891
visitor of Mr.I f the conservation plan may and F aI I
latka was a what is planed for those fields 6000 THRU MAY IITH FROM,VA,MORTON Chic., Salisbury M. L
and week.Mrs. Elmer Higginbothamlast : will be discussed. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE, Cel'ery 2 STALKS 2 91 Bf.TIH:

Little Miss Suzan Smith Freddie Watterson. W. C. 24 1% : : % Dinners FOR 89x

demons Clifford Martin and -
who has been spending a few, _
I Dorothy Alvarez used the Dis- C IR TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN (8or. Pkgs.)
DANDY BAG 29c
days with her grandparents d GRITS OR R5NJ' JIM
Harley trict fertilize spreader. ...(, I1- rIII IrII Jw. Mr. and Mrs. H C. .
:.:.:: Fish Sticks 3 PKGS. \
while her parents Mr. and Budd Alvarez and the FFA .
Mrs. A.Q. Smith were in New Chapters used the District'snew 50 Free Zvt o' :Green Stamps MEDIUM FLoRIDA GRADE "A" .. .. Every Egg. Guaranteed
I WITH THIS COUPON FROM VA, MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach Coconut
Orleans on a vacation has returned Bush Hog rotary mowerto AND! PURCHASE! : OF
to her home. t, control the weeks in their St.oo OR MORE WORTH OF '
Fruit Pies 3 !
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ben: pastures Health & Beauty Aids I FOR
nett and Mr. and Mrs Harry! Joe Griffis and C. A. Bald- CiQQDTHRIJMI\Y1ITH. 1
"I DOZ. FROM THUNDERBOLT, GA. PAN-REDl BREADED
Lastinger and children: of Day- ree used the-District's seeder AT ANY 'WINN-DIXIE
tona Beach were Sunday visitors : cultapacker to plant their Ba- zs '
of Mrs. Hattie Darley hia seed.' I, Shrimp 2 LB. iTf

Miss Sinna Prescott, and Mr. '
and Mrs. Hiram Bennett and SEVENTH! : DAY ... --..-.. ; ---- ,
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children.Mr. ADVENTIST CHURCH A. .. : "s'. ,,..?.w* *,"- .. I '...
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and Mrs. Joe Lamb and .X" ? #. N ,, ,
"i. .. *.....r '...".... ..., A "< .
children were visiting Mr. and Sabbath School [Saturday] '. "4'"' C i ff '
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Mrs. J. E. Wall and family 9641324. t fP.l-y..... : *> '. ...... ,'V VWf <.A.,.. B r JK ;'P1: J Lu Y'

Sunday in Lake City. # CHOICEv\. //.: YOUR CHOICE / YOUR CHOICE
9:30 a m. Morning Worship. ... YOUR I (. ':I III !"-
Mr, and Mrs. Carol Smithof if f
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between Wilson t
11 Located
a.'m. y ; &%
I il
Dade City visited Mr and f .f<
Mrs. Oscar Carter Saturday. Road and GriffU Loop. FROM ORLANDO, FLORIDA m*? t. r FROM JACKSONVILLE, FLA. \&.:. :.. '. FROM JACKSONVILLE, FLA. DEt
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{. Arrow '!5 it" .. or;:"t-3.I Deep South rrp.-...

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SAVE IV 1'1 = SAVE 2VMAXWELL l SAVE
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IRILLI1Lt1t4iiTui!! $ ; "*' .w">..";' ':;3: NEW BLUE Save 20 f-. ;j> HOUSE From Jax,Fla. MIRACLE WHIP Save 20r / 7N
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JU ,r JLJL Li 4 ,irr. Cheer GT. 5 81 //Coffee 1 o 481 y z Qt. 3 9 j

.' Limit one with $5.00 food :::1 Limit one with $5.00 food If ,SZi FROM ATLANTA, GA. ,<%**/**ir
Bleach 1 ." Miracle food ,
i I v order or more. E'to order or more. Limit ] with $5. order. A
1*M DISINFECTUrr *
1n i". .J.: HOUSE t Whip

Loosen dirt,brlchtins Cleans and disinfects '. y ,V'.i ./ ''. -. ... jrr ;- ; ", .,;-4 c : _... ..,. A.,. .?- ..b
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH




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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 9. 1963
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ning. After and
supper
games
days. Fridays. and Saturdays. part in the Mother's Day Ser- had ever attended. Mrs. E. c. Spires spent
riding exhibitions were enjoyed -
I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy 9 a.m., till 12 noon-May 6, vices. The young men will Altar Society MELROSEBy the weekend with her mother, GRANDIN by present.

7, 10, and 11.] serve as ushers, while th1 I I The Altar Society will hold Mrs. Angela Kostivas. in Mi- I I Visitors everyone at the home of Mr.

On Monday, May 13, at young ladies will pin a posyon its regular meeting on Thursday !
Mary K. SthaefferaaaaaaaaAAaAAAAAAAAaaaaAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAaa. Mrs. Alice Rothhammer ami.Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Strickland
7:30 p.m., a meeting will beheld .each 0 person attending the May 16. at 10 a.m.,, in and Mrs. C. J. Reicharct By Charleyene Brantley 'j in Florahome for a couple of
i at .the Clay Electric CoOp 11 am. Sunday morning ser the hall. Please remember to YYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1Woman's are home after visiting three
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I ; TYYWYT ... YY..YiI | days last week were Mr. and
------aaaa a-------------a&&A------ I for open discussion on vices. Members\ Mrs. Bertha bring your comfort bags-fil- j Club weeks in south Florida.Mr. 1' '

Woman's Club Discusses the year were made at this I these proposals before final Jones' Circle will serve as led-for the Veterans' Hospi- The Woman's Club met and Mrs. Glynn Roth- I Mrs. Ella Link went to Wal :; Mrs.parents G. of C. Mrs.Conner Strickland.of Starke,

Building Plans action is taken. hostess-greeters at the door. hammer and children do, Md., instead of Miami as'I
time. tal.On Wednesday : 1 at 10:30 spent
May : I Mrs. Margaret Stuart and
With Architect Rescue Unit Reports Student Council Elects Anyone wishing to provide Sunday May 19, new aon. at the clubhouse for the the weekend with Mr. and reported in last week's col 'i Mrs. Charleyene Brantley and

Members of the Keystone April Activities The President and vice memorial flowers may arrangeto officers of the Altar Society final meeting of the club ji Mrs. Gene Easterling and umn. She was visiting Mrs. I' sons were shopping in Palat-

Heights Woman's Club helda I During April, the Rescue president of the KHS 1963-64 do so with Mrs. Helen War- will be formally installed ata i year. Forty members attended. children and Miss Ella Jane Sophie Schneble. She came I ka Monday. They had lunch
Student Council were elected ren, the pastor's secretary ceremony after Mass in the i Wesley in Eau here from the Panama Canal
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special meeting on April 30 Unit was called to assist at I Mrs. M. Sipprell, chair- Gallic. I with Mrs. Charles Kilgore before -
at the school on Thursday, who is at the educational recreation hall. Coffee and Miss Zone.
to discuss plans for the proposed I an automobile fire on man, Mrs. E. P. Richards, Sara Baldwin celebrated I returning home.
new building with the way 100; a tornado High-j: I April 25. Lorraine Dey will be'I building in the mornings. Call i sweet rolls will be served, and j Mrs. M. N. Trent, Mrs. R.I her 15th birthday Friday -!j Mrs. Margaret Yount and I Weekend visitors at the

architect.Mrs. i fire at Swan Lake; picked up I II I president, and Cliff Chapmanwill I 473-4182. : all ladies of the parish are Stevens, and Mrs. L. Heaton,j April 26. I.I Mrs. Ruby Rosson of Frankfort home of Mrs. Vira Herringwere
serve as vice president. i invited to attend. 'I Mr. Ky. stopped Mrs. !
by
Sara McDonald gave a I Special Forces paratrooper Family night dinner at 6:30: hostesses, served brunch. and Mrs. Ross Bass Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
review of the activities of the with broken leg following Weddings of Local Interest I p.m. May 10. Library News and children of Bunnell spent Margaret Stuart's early Tues! Clough of Gainesville and F.

Building Committee:since last jump at Keystone Airport on Mrs. Mary Warden of Key- i On May 20, there will be a Your Keystone Heights I The of program the financial included work a review of- the weekend with their par- day morning. They were returning L. Herring of Palatka.On .

-October.- the. selection of .the Apr. 21; stood by for fire aid stone Heights announces the covered dish luncheon at the Branch'of the Clay County! ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1,. Bass to Frankfort after I

architect, the clearing of the during cook-out at beach; cal- marriage of her daughter, educational building with all Library is constantly improving the club by Mrs. G. M. Allen, and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade. spending a couple of weeks I Saturday night a groupof
Joyce, to William J. Lewis, and the personnel always Jr., treasurer. Mrs. E. H. Bar- Charles in Daytona Beach. young people from the
sitewidening. .of approach led to fire on Highway 100 circles in a final get-together are Henderson of Jack- I
son of Mr. and Mrs. William trying to devise to tlett gave the president's re- sonville Mrs. Edna Alderman and i church went to a Youth Rallyin
roads. and interviews relativeto north of Keystone; participated at which time Mrs. William ways visited Mr. and Mrs.
I "The Return of The at the Pru-
Jacksonville
financing.The in search for lost child. Lewis, also of Keystone Walz will announce her Circle serve you better. Now when port. Walter Addison and family Mrs. Eugene Brantley attended -
Square, a plea for returning dential Building to hear Bob
Heights. to the if Library the Vacation Bible School
plan presented to the Members of the unit atten- Chairmen and Committee you go Library Saturday.
The wedding took place in Clerk Helen Lawrence< to the basic principles which, .I Clinic of the St. Johns Association Richards, U. S. Olympic
membership at the Februarytneet1111r ded the Northern Area Civil Chairmen.On Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Abell
talled for. an estirnat- Defense meeting in Jackson- Valdosta Ga., on April 2. happens to be busy in the built up our country was read have returned to their at the First Baptist Champion speak. Those attending
Sunday, May 19, elected by Mrs. H. C. Segur. sum- I were David Brantley,
ed cost of around $28,000.:At ville. Apr. 16-17. A 5 HP air Both Joyce and William attended work room at the rear, she mer home in Wisconsin.Mr. Church in Palatka on Tues
I and appointed officers will Library News I Glenda Grainger of Grandin.
the March meeting, however, raid siren was installed at Keystone Heights High can immediately see that she and Mrs. Hugh Mat- day.
be installed by Dr. A. C. Holt Phyliss Weaver and Doris
I in the
several members had voiced Meadow brook and Belair School. has a "customer" because of The winners poster thews of Gainvesville and Mr. Speaking of Tuesday, that
I at the Church Service in the of
the opinion that. the proposed Housing Developtment under The groom is now employedat the little window that has: contest held at Open House and Mrs. R. E. Matthews and was the day and night thatwe Price, Linda Strickland
] the E. I. DuPont Highland Community Church. just been put in the wall. Friday, April 26, at Melrose had Florahome, ani Jimmy Wil-
building was "too small, so matching fund program. A family attended. the funeral of that wonderful rainy
I Plant at Lawtey. Plans are in the making fora And did know that Public Library were, Susan hams of Melrose.
you our looks much
the architect revised the floor refrigerator was obtained from their mother. Mrs. Olive Mat- day. Everything so
space, Increasing the estimatedcost I I surplus property for use with The couple is residing in Sewing Workshop and lun- Library takes part in the In- Read 4th grade, Christine Ga- hews of Valdosta who died better since the rain. We Guests at Paran Church on

to i$40,000- I f the 30-day supply of medical the Vachon Apartment on cheon sometime in June, to ter Library Loan System? Is i board 5th grade, and Keith i in an automobile accident near needed it too, as it is so dusty Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.

In making these changes I stores due next month. Arrangements Garden Street.Mr. sew for the missions. there a book you want to read McKinney 6th grade of Mel- Belle Glade. here due to the work that is Alton Strickland and daughter -

the architect said: "As Keystone were made to and Mrs. Harold ,Law- New officers for the Junior that is not in the local library rose High School. Almost 150 being done of county road of Lake Weir. Attendancewas

grows, this beautiful.I I start a Medical Self-Help rence of Keystone Heights Youth Fellowship are J 0 ? Tell Mrs. Lawrence, people enjoyed looking over up on Sunday and the

site should be developed to : Course at Orange Park with drove to Tampa on Saturday, Wildt. president; Lorraine and she can request it from the posters and judging them. METHODIST\ CHUECE 315.Mrs.. Annie Sikes, and Mrs. pastor brought a very inspir-

meet future interests of the Mrs. Austin Drinkwater as in- April 27, to attend the mar- De y vice president; Pat the County Library or the Forty posters were entered in MELROSE Rosa Brantley went to San- ing message.

community. I do not advise I structor. riage of their son. George I Shaughenesey sec.-t r e as. State Library. if necessary. If. the contest. Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith ford Thursday to visit Mrs.

reducing the size of the building A First Aid Class for the better known locally as Jer- Carol Warren, spiritual chair- it is a popular book. -that is,. Another attraction of the Pastor Sikes's brother and wife, Mr. PAEAN BAPTIST CHUliCH
I ] Lawrence to Mrs. Nancy if it has rotation and a extensive collec- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. GRANDIN. FLA.
rather,' I say, increaseit Rescue Group will start in ry man. Usual Sunday evening good day was an and Mrs. Horace Fennel.
!" I Keystone on May 9. Identification Dreher. meeting through May, and lot of people like to take it tion of spoons owned by Dr. Worship 11 a. m. Scott Peterson, grandson of Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor

In a lengthy question and I cards and decals were The wedding was held in none in June, July, and Au- out-it will remain perman- H. M. Fuller of Keystone Mrs. A. G. Hinson, of Miamiis I' Sunday School, 10 ajn.
I the home of their mutual gust. ently on our shelves. Heights. Writings of seven Morning Worship, 11 am
answer period the members issued to Clay County Civil TRINITY EPISCOPAL showing some improvementafter
cmtained more information. Defense personnel. Civil Defense employer and his wife. Mr. News From St. Anne's The Keyston Library is just Melrose] authors were of great CHURCH MELROSE a critical illness. Training Union 6:30: p. m.

decals obtained and and Mrs. Paul Lago, of Tam- next door to the barber shop. interest: Dr. James B. Lackey, On Wednesday Mrs. Gallic Evening worship, 7:30 p. m
from. the architect. who said were Fred Dodd has been awarded -
detailed plans would be readyin issued for all Clay County, pa. the contract for the build- It is a wonderful place to Mrs. Lackey Dr. Stephan Holy Days 10 a. u:., Holy Rye and: Mrs. Hildred Sapp j Midweek Prayer Meeting Wed
the drop in for a little quiet re- Sashoff, Dr. John Webb Dr. nesday. 7:30: p.m.
Following ceremony Gainesville.!
rolling shopping in .
about a month. Another Road Department ing of the new St. Anne's 3undays 10 a. m. Church were
special meeting will be calledat I! stock. Requested General Ser Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence [Helen Vicarage. The site of the new laxation. Mrs. Lawrence has James R. Neale, Jr., Maurice School. 11:45 a. m. Morning Mrs. Marie Hutson, Zani t
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that time, with all members -I I vices Administration. Atlanta.Ga. I and Harold] drove Helen's home will be on Keystone such clever ways of displaying Mayberry, and Fred Abell. Prayer and Sermon (First Brantley of Grandin, Lucille j M

notified by mail. ., for authorization to use sister, Mrs. Arneeta Read to Lake. seasonal or topical reading. The hostesses were the Sunday, Holy Communion]. t Terry of Putnam Hall, Judy ; OStCJt

ammunition bunkers 77 and her home in Punta Gorda, At your first opportunity why members of the Library p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. Walker and Margaret Quiqilano -} \
30 At the of the
At ,the April meeting, last meeting
not ? And don't hesitateto Strawn and
stop Mrs. J.
Cove where they remained as overnight Board. of Jacksonville attended !
located at Green
79, ;
Mrs. A. C. Mingledorff,"president Women of the Church it was the children S ...1. j
bring even Bartlett presidedat
E. H.
fallout guests. Mrs. at the
Naval Base chicken pilau
Springs as a supper
Communion.The
of the Junior Wowan'sCIUD decided to alternate the time ,I 666
the tiny ones- for there is a
tea table.
the
shelters and-or emergency operating Personals Lee W. Heaton Palatka Horseman's Club onjl
Rev. i
was introduced and explained I of the Women's meetings; for section especially for them, Bridge Club J
Duplicate
centers for the citizens S Four girls from Keystone Vicar. Saturday afternoon and eve- ,
that at prior meet- instance in June the meet-
a ,
and table covered with Melrose Duplicate
of the -
a eye- Winners -
of' Green Cove Springs. Will Heights High School all ---- -- -
ing she had told the Building I ing will be in the evening-in catching books, surrounded by Bridge Club for last -
two complete Radio- honor students and membersof I
request I
Committee that- her club was July in the morning. Morning
: Kits for in above Beta attended tiny chairs! week include the following: I
logical use the Club I
in a campaign for new mem- meetings 10 o'clock; evening: Rummage Sale I Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. I

ber and that their two main spaces. when permission granted. the State in Beta Club Conven-3 4 meetings, 8 o'clock, and all The Keystone HeightsWoman's W. H. Davie, first place; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE
tion Jacksonville May ,
projects [their scholarshipfund on the first Thursday of each Club will hold a i W. E. Johnson and Miss MrS'j' ,
foster Commenced an 8-week Scu- and 5. They were Jo Wildt,
and serving as month in the Parish House.
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Sale 23 24 second
Rummage on May I sie Rutherford, ;
parents for 'cottage of girls ba Diving Course for four Lorraine Dey, Kathy Williams It also decided to hold
I, was and 25. If you have some- Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva BUSINESS DIRECTORY
members of the Clay County and Carol Stephenson. David
at Sunlandl would/ prevent i ; the Family Night Suppers thing to donate please bringit Hillyer, third place; Mrs. Wal-
Schaeffer and Frank Nooney,
Rescue Unit under directionof
them.from making a financial during July and August.
Beta to the store room formerly ter J. Grolick and; Miss Sally
Senior the Jacksonville Jetty Jr. were guests at the
contribution to. the -----
Club Ball at the George Final) plans are under way j occupied by Davis Laundry & Mansfield, fourth place. --'
CJub for this project. When. Jumpers Instructors. Hotel j for the Strawberry Festival I Dry 'Cleaning. just next door PersonalsThe APPLIANCEST INSURANCE I
and if possible they would :i Special drags for the use Washington Saturday sponsored by the Women of to George LaRue's Insurance I semi-annual meeting of I RESTAURANTS

support the Seniors in their I, of recovering drowning victims evening. St. Anne's, to be held on Saturday 'I Agency. I the Cemetery Association was I Murrhee Insurance THE
Mrs. Mingledorff said. have been made Mrs. Jane Dors, Mrs. Cora V Service CenterJ.
proiect, up.
I II May 11, on Lawrence Personals held Saturday afternoon following -
Publicity Chairman Helen I I The office has received Quattlebaum, Mrs. Nell King Blvd., next to the Nearly New Mrs. Bert Christoffers Sr. I. dinner on the grounds. R. TIMES, Proprietor AgencyGeneral Keystone Heights

Egan regrets that the name I very few requests during the I Ii and Mrs. Martha Kodatt, rep- Shop. Donations, 50c; time, was happily surprised on Sun-I Many out of town people at- Authorized Motorola Philco InsuranceFire RestaurantUnder

of Mrs. Lily Lee was omitted i. month for information for the I resented the Women of St.Anne's starting at 11 am., and con- day, May 5, when, her sister, I tended. Sales and Service Casualty Bonds

from the list hostesses at the general public on defense mat- Episcopal Church at I Mnuine through; the day. Mrs. Lawrence Bradley of Tryon I Mrs. E. M. Robinson spent Service On All Makes Allied Lines New Management

last luncheon meeting. This ters, either for pamphlets or the District in meeting in News From St. William'sFor I N. C. came to visit her last week-end in Miami with TV RADIO STEREO Keystone Heights' Tel. 473-428! In
in April. The fall meet- Specializing
occurred because. according J training courses. Both are available Perry the benefit of all vacationers for a few days. Mrs. Lawrenceand her son-in-law and daughter, Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals

to the' Year Book she served I to the citizens or organizations ing will be held in Starke on and week-enders, we I her friend, Mrs. Bert Ah- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dunk Keystone Heights, 473-4651 I JEWELER Blue Plates with

out of turn, and Mrs. Egan of Clay County October 23. repeat that St. William's is ringer, of Garden City. Long and children.Mr. Fresh Vegetables

had no.way of knowing it. upon request. Write or call Mrs. William Few and son now on the Summer Sched- Island, N. Y., came togetherand and Mrs. George P I OPEN

An. Executive Board the Director of Civil Defense David! recently returned froma they will be staying with arrived home Sunday Keystone Jewelersand
ule-that is, Mass on Sunday I Rippey I AUTO SERVICE 6 A. M.-10 P. M. Hon.-Thun.
ing was held Tuesday meet-I at Keystone Heights. 473- visit in Roswell. Ga. at the Mrs. Christoffers until Thurs- after
i Mornings will be at 8:30: a.m. night from Georgia Gift ShopA OPEN 6 A. M. til MidniteFri.
p.m., followed by the 4260, or 473-4851, if interest- home of Mrs. Few's parents. all through the summer and day of Friday of this week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Terrell's .

business meeting at 2 pjn. I Friends of Mrs. C. M. Wor- until the first Sunday in No- Even if we hadn't known Meehan of Atlanta and Mrs. Nice Selection Of Sat. Sun.

Reports from all committee I ed.Hearing To Be Held child, who is in a nursing vember. Immediately after that Mrs. Christoffers' sister Bessie Mixon of Columbus.Mr. Gulf Service Wedding Gifts At the fctoplite Keystone HgtS.

chairmen on activities during On Charter Changes home. are asked to rememberher. Sunday mass,coffee and sweet was visiting her, we would and Mrs. Coffman and New & Used Tires $ Sterling

The Town Council of Key The address is 2349 Oak rolls or doughnuts will be have known who the lady' was children of Jacksonville spent From $3.00 Up All Sizes S

IS YOUR ESTATE stone Heights has proposed Street Jacksonville, Fla. served in the recreation hall. who talked just like Mrs. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. Lubrication Batteries Acces. Greeting Cards Lake Brooklyn

PROGRAM UP TO DATE. certain changes revisions. and Community Church News Sunday May 12, Mothers' Christoffers. We called her by H. Allen and family. OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M. Millie & Waffle Muhlhofei

,ASK YOUR GULF UFE amendments to the Town Mrs. Albert C. Holt wife of Day, the Children's Choir will name, and when she turned Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Dan- Keystone Heights, 473-4279 Expert Watch Repairs RestaurantSTEAKS

MAN FOR TillS FREE Charter. which are believedto the Pastor of the Community sing. One little boy, Tony around, we knew we were I iels of Jacksonville spent the Certified Watchmaker CHOPS
b SERVICE be in the best public in- Church entertained at luncheon Burke, will make his First I correct, because she looked weekend at their home on

terest. In order that everyone in her new home on Holy Communion. He, too, is exactly like Dot Christoffers AUTO STORE Keystone Heights 473-4177 Seafoods Orders To Go

L.R.BRAULT I. may fully understand Lake Geneva on Monday, Apr. a member of the choir. Last Newman, her niece. OPEN

i just what these changes will) 29. Her guests were members Sunday, a lovely solo was Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brault under the able leadership of Western Auto MILLWORK

PHONE 473-4131: I mean. a copy;, of the Town of the Executive Committeeof sung by Pamela Tomes, were in New Orleans May 2-6, A. G. [Pat] Loudon. Sunday 7 Days 6 A. M. till MIdnlte,
Charter and the proposed Church Women President attending the Convention of School superintendent. is chal- Associate Store
lax Hiway 21 Keystone Heighfc the : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er- class teachers and Keystone 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplite
i changes will be on display, at Mrs. Charles nie Tomes. We congratulatethe the Gulf Life Insurance rep- lenging
I Vice wanenius'l Children's Choir and their resentatives. They enjoyed members to help in every way Appliances Major or Small Millwork Shop Keystone Heights

seeing points of interest in to make the church and Sun- Auto Accessories Tires,
William Walz; Vice Pres.,
director. Mrs. L. R. Brault on CABINETS DOORS
Mrs. Frank Ilgen; Circle I the way they have been learn- New Orleans, and were impressed day School more effective. in Batteries. WINDOW FRAMES REAL ESTATE

Chairmen, Mrs. David Nelson.! ing the Latin. On May 5, Mrs. with the old St. Louis their ministries- Sporting Goods, Bicycles.

H Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs. Daniel Pater substituted for Cathedral which is. quite fa- The immediate concern of Hardware Paints!, Garden SCREENS
all is that of preparation for
Walter Grolick. Mrs. Frank Mrs. Brault in' leading the mous. Supplies. Trim Materials I
Miss Judy Rinehuls who revival in the church. Services KEYSTONE HEIGHTS C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
"HOW CAN Stitchberry, Mrs. Bertha Jon- children.We Sub Made To Order
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will be held twice daily dur-
es. Mrs. Joseph Wildt and has been visiting her cousin,
:Mrs. Leon Wagner. Also secretary are grateful to Jim Ga- Lorraine Dey, since Easter, ing the week May 19-24 with I Keystone Heights 473-4285
boardi who has painted all
left[ Jacksonville on the train Rev. Miles Paterson, pastorof
Mrs. M. A. Schroeder; Electrical Contractors REAL ESTATE
the and all woodwork
liE RESIST treasurer Mrs. Marshall Gal- eaves, Sunday, May 5, for her. homein the Parkview Baptist NURSERY
which requires a ladder to do Church of Gainesville as ev- MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
lop; and: various committee Port Crane, N. Y. Judy
so. Volunteers from the men
: chairmen including Mrs. OlIve of the parish will now paint came to Florida on an Easter i angelist.ST. Jackson Electric Co. Keystone Heights! Tel. 473-4297
Stevens, Mrs. Alma Frost vacation with her parents Clemens Nursery
the outside doors. and otherjroodwork Ii ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
ME? Mrs. Mabel Husbands, Mrs. J. and sister but when the rest ANNE'S EPISCOPAL
___* ; within easy reach. ; House Wiring; Electric Range Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
went down
of her family on
A. Williams and Mrs. FrancisP. CHURCH DAYLILIES 150 Varieties,
Have you been to the White the state before driving home,, and Water Heater Repairs
Egan. Work from 25c to $1 ea. See Us For
General
Electric Repair
S Elephant Thrift Shop in Mel- Judy decided that Keystonewas I Summer Schedule: 8 a. m.
I CANT." Absent due to illness :were rose? If so, you will know for her, and she didn't : service each Sunday morning.I Call "Toby" For All Your Your Every Need In Shrubs, Jte:. Real Estate Broker

Mrs. Jack Haberstroh.. Mrs. that there is hardly anything care about the rest of the : First Sunday Holy Eucharist, Electrical Needs Trees or Perennials. I Lako Properties Acreage
Bert Christ offers Sr., Mrs. R. and i' Keystone Heights Ph: 473-4975
they don't have, but now state. 9:30: a. inOther Sundays
Gaunt Mrs. Charles Titus Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Ranches Business City
A. ,
then a customer will ask for I First Baptist Church News i Morning Prayer and Sermon.Daily .
Mrs. Edward Homes Rentals
Mrs. Elmer Howe, something we can't seem to The regular meeting of the office: 8:30: a.m. to 5 3'/2 Miles East of

Firth. Mrs. Joseph Stein find. At present the demandis I First Baptist WMU was held FARM SUPPLIESC. Heights "We Take A Personal Inters

and Mrs. Raymond Starnes. for any kind of furniture } Tuesday morning at the I pjn.Holy Eucharist, Wednesday Keystone In Your Requirements

Self admiration can be overdone. However This being the last meet- and for clothing for small I church, under the direction of I to a.m. SALE Midway: Keystone Height .

ing of the Executive Board I children. If' you have anything i, Mrs. A. E. Anthony, president.Mrs. 1 & L. Feed Co. Camelias Azaleas Dog- Melrose.

we do admire her for her goodS for the current season. all unfinished you don't need why'not j J. R. Smith program FIRST BAPTIST I wood Box Wood I Hlway 21-Opeu 5udaysuGE
business was dispen bring it to us? If you want |: in charge of C. M. BURKHALTER, JR.
chairman was KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I Quality Xursery stock 6-:".& .
sed with and prospective pro- to sell something, let us do'it the special Diamond Anniversary -i I FEEDS i
in her valuables and
judgement keeping discussed by new offi- 25'' ; S FERTILIZERS Latchstring NurseryMember
jects for you. We get only program.,The service was J. R. Smith pastor. Ralph

per cent commission. Our shop ; well received by the members :: Copeland. Minister of Music FARMERS HARDWARE F. N. G. A. S. E. McKay, RealtorIT

important papers-in a safe deposit box: at cers.Mrs.. Wallenius retiring is a benefit to the donor as 1 1I;I as prayers were said exPres- I: and church organist. I Earleten Melrose GR 5-5473

president, made some inspirational well as to the customer. It I sing gratitude for the leadership I I Services: Sunday School I Ii TeL 3IeIrose GR 5-5163 ts-Lake Lilly 15500.

Keystone State Bank. comments to Mrs Holt also benefits St. William's. j of the Lord across'the 75 !i 9:45: a- m. Morning Worship. j CITRUS IN CONTAINERS Term 16 Lots Sunset Lake
,
as she presented. her with a A family style covered dish years of Missionary Union 10:50 a. m. Training Union $1.50 To $5.00 $2775. Terms Investment tracts

love gift. ""Mother Holt" as supper was held on Monday ministry. 7:00 p. m. Evening services i FLORIST Plenty of Blooming Camellias large enough for several lots -

she likes to be called, returned I evening in the recreation haiLA j' The Sunday School Workers I 8:00 p. m. You are invited to : from 50c up. Rare Camellias acres to wide sandy beach.

thanks for all the blessings !I I short meeting of the Catholic !! Council met Tuesday night i share fanny: Prayer time wit* grafted 7.50 Plenty of Use for recreation while held'
Edna Williams up.
the membership had received | Club was held after the : with every department shar- 'us. I ing for investment. E-Z Terms.

during the past year of service i supper, with President L. R. .. ing in a united program of '[ Welcome to the Revival. I Evergreens and Landscape 2 BR CB furnished cottage on

MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS in Christian Fellowship.The I Brault presiding. Mr. Brault j preparation for an all-out ': Preaching twice daily May 19 NURSESY I Plants Beautiful Lake Uutchinsoa .

t VMC fRICNDkY BANK IN IMC rfUCNDU COMMUNITY Annual meeting of the was congratulated on the success emphasis on training and. through 24. Rev. Miles Pater- FLOWERS I Let us landscape your home. 7000. Terms.

Church Women was held of the Steak Supper which strengthening home ties in son of the Parkview Baptist Fer AH Occasion 0. C. CARNES NURSERY
100 23 !. E. of Stark Keystone Heights, FU.
Uiway
Monday. May 6. Church. will in
teas held onApril2O. A num- Bible Study. Jacksonville
Kelros Phone; GR 5-2331 4734818BRADFORD
On May 12, ,the Youth Fel- ber of people liked it better Eachdepartment workingS I bring these messages. at Florahome, Ph. 684-5663 > --'


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