Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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jb : VOLUME ElfiHTY-FOUIl ; STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MAY 16. 1963 1C1TMRP"_ __._. _FORTY-_n__ ___

i I Grand Jury I President Undecided ,I I! May22-Junel

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4. -3 :_ 1Ii ... __ BHS
k z.p ;Indicts NegressIn SplitIn Mayor ProclaimsCleanup

I I Knife SlayingA First ElectionJohn

i I Bradford County grand
This 1938 Buick wag a total loss after hitting an electric light pole on U. S. 301 north I jury Saturday returned a first Williams, VOTE party Group 6-JChase Hardy, V;

II I when It was forml off the road by a pulpwood truck which turned left into it. Two personsi degree murder indictment a- candidate, won 361 to 283 over'Group 7-David Blaisdell, L;

i \\ hospitalized with Injuries.I I gainst a Lawtey Negro Don Thrnrmcnn-nr---_ nnripnpTiftent. -Ie firmm -f. frcn\n.\ Rkarrt. L:

I an, Alice Ann Jenkins, wornpa rtyin the race for u-------1 '.' .... Mayor Randal Chitty has

Two Hospitalized knife slaying of her 42-year- president of the BHS Student T JJ'T 7I ".,:W, proclaimed the 10-day period

old common-law husband. Body under the new constitution 'oW.,,,'
1 L "",;; ". : May 22 to June 1, as
I Henry Brown, last November patterned after that ofthe I '. ; :
I ,, Clean-up Paint-up
Car Crashes Into Light PoleTwo 23 during a family feud. Federal government. The ,. ;f--_ Time in Starke, and urged
I The case was the only one run-off between Williams and -k. ___
requiring grand jury action as Thompson was held Thursday every man, woman, and

;i the spring term of Circuit morning 'with 644 out of 914 child in the city to partici-
persons were hospitalized Iriving north and was changng -clipped it completely off at the in
Court opened this week. Trial registered voters casting bal some way
: Tuesday afternoon when lanes
I to make a left turn i bottom. Impact smashed in
their 1958 Buick was forced:J nto the truck stop at the same'the right front end of the Buick has been set by Judge JohnA. lots.Only program to help win atrophy
I H. Murphree for 9:30 -a 4 -y ., t_ in the National
off U. S. 301 north of Stark time Mrs. Markham was start- completely. : a.m. two candidates were in --
i iII
by a pulpwood truck, forcing I jl i ng to pass him. The truck Damage to ,the pulpwood Monday, May 20. the running in the other two v E r" Cleanest Town competi-

to crash into a telephone pole .urned into the right front II truck was estimated by Trooper According to statements giv- main elective posts, vicepresident _1r [ iF !- ion.

and a light pole, according to ender of the Buick, forcing it Hollis at $200, and .to the en by the defendant to the < and supervisor. of elections "Everyone In Starke will

FlIP Trooper J. M. Hollis. Bradford County Sheriff's office and counts in those were I benefit from the ,"
)ff the road and into 'the big Buick, which was a total loss, L___ program
Mrs. Bessie L. Markham, 72. .wles. at $1,500, plus $350 damage to she and her husband got final Tuesday. Junior Lucian i- the Mayor said, pointing: out

of Lowry, Va. and L. A. Power Mrs. into a fight which ended only prevatt became the first vice-i Political that the campaign; helps pre-
Markham's car hit a the light and telephone poles when she grabbed ___ __ ,_._ it Propaganda Beckons BHS Students
butcher vent
a -- -- fires
," 53, also of Lowry, were luge light pole' buried nine Barnes was charged 'with improper PI lUtIl unaer me; new constitution -I safeguards health.
knife and plunged it into ; Group 9-Vicki Struth, L;; promotes safety builds
both admitted to the Bradford :'eet in the ground, and almost change of lanes. when he edged ,
County Hospital with injuries Brown's chest. The victim was .Jeff Warren, the Liberal Party Group 10-J. Roy Chasteen, V,: Evidence InsufficientHome citizenship, and increases

suffered in the wreck. Thd: pronounced dead on arrival 1 candidate, 364-352. Lawtey; : Group 1-Bonni property values.
Two Trials Set at the Bradford Prevatt. L; Group 2-Mike,
J car was total loss, according tc County Hos- The Liberal Party took the I Case Al Gregory and Dr. Wayne

Fowler. pital at 10:45: the night of .c superior post, however, as Waters, V. Mortgage Whiff are serving as co-
November 23. New River: Group 1-Rich
Mrs. Markham liad bruises, Mickey Dansby polled 369 bal- chairmen of the drive whichis

abrasions and contusions anc Circuit Docket Sounded Monday The Jenkins woman 29. I ots to 318 for VOTE'S Jimmy ard Scott, L. Settled Out Of Court"Sheriff under the auspices of the

Power was bleeding! from his has been in custody in the I)owling.The I Hampton: Group 1-Merle Civic Roundtable with around

chin, and suffered a fracture Bradford County Jail since the Packham, V. 20 groups participating.The .
4 jaw and the loss of five teeth slaying on November 23 with two parties split over[ Brooker: Group 1 Linda P. D. Reddish this ceny charges filed by Bradford :Mayor also announcedthat
: As Term Of Court flections in the two houses, week disclosed
Spring an "out ofcourt"
Opens County against Charles Welch
The mishap occurred bond set at $5,000. The but- Hagar, L.Kingsley. a campaign parade has
ap. aowever, with the Liberals settlement of grand larceny sales
I cher manager for American been scheduled for
proximately three miles north of knife used as the murder Lake: Group 1 next Wed-
I (iominating the House of
charges against an official -
weapon, was taken from Heritage Home n esday afternoon at 1:30. Each
on U. S. 301 in frontof The spring term of Circuit woods received 18 I 12-6 Elaine Strickland, L.
burning ; Roy by a margin of a Jacksonville home building Welch] was with
the charged entry in the
woman and is in the clean-up drive,
Thonl's Truck Stop. The: Court opened Monday as the months to run concurrentlywith possession md 'the VOTE 'winning the I Keystone Heights: Group 1 firm because State Attor-
grand larceny in connection 20
driver of the sheriff's office. ome organizations,
of the pulpwood' truck,, locket was sounded with Judge his sentence for Senate majority 7-3. -Reba Hall, L. '
escape T. E. Duncan termed evidence
ney will
The knife has an overall 1 mortgages have an entry in the
Berry Lee Barnes, 62, was I John A. H. Murphree presiding, and Whitworth was sentenced State Farm: Group 1-Chyrl insufficient.
Winning House members by the
length of 10 1-2 inches and on property of Ed arade which will begin downtown -
but only two trials have been to 12 months in V.Winning.
prison.Charles precincts "The state attorney's office
has a six inch blade. I are: Strong. 77-year-oia Lawtey and end with each club
Filth Rabid set so far. Both are scheduled Tanner, pleaded guilty Brown's home was in the Starke: Group 1 Mike' Sis- Senate candidateswere I has to be governed for 9:30: Monday morning, May and was placed on 12 months : II
not compassion, Duncan said in the
Negro section of Peachville t Lru: nk. L; Group ,2-Gene Pass, Bradford County project.
Coon Found 20.A probation but was not adjudged settlement several miles I L: ; Group 3 Steve Wade, L; Seventh Grade: David Williams -Wednesday morning in an-[clerk's office, totaled $10,686 The lengthy parade will not

i j Bradford County grand guilty. northeast of Lawtey. The Negro (Sroup 4-Ernest Jenkins, L;;, V, and Richard Williams,, nouncing he would nolle pross and were to cover construction only go through the downtownrea

J Since Jan. 1 degree jury Saturday murder returned indictment a first John :Matthew Waytaszik, escape was cut under the chinas (Sroup 5-Mike Willis, V; [Continued on Page 2] (pursue no further) grand lar- of a concrete block shell home but will also tour each
against -
pleaded guilty and wassente.nced .
well as stabbed in the for Strong. residential. It will be completely -
Alice Ann Jenkins 29-
to serve an additional chest. In her statement One of the mortgages totaled motorized, according to
ear-old toj I .
Negress in the -
y Lawtey -
The fifth rabid coon to betaken six: months. ; _
knife, the sheriff's office the Jen- i $6,333 and a second $4,350 on Mayor Chitty, with each club
slaying of her
in Bradford Countysince common- Joseph Elmer Whitworth,
job in which entering the equipment it will
kins woman said that, after a construction
l law husband
January 1 was found Henry Brown escape, pleaded guilty and was use to out their
she had stabbed Brown, they were only 2200. The carry particular -
l last Noveniber
Monday U. S. 301 during a family sentenced to
on south ot serve 12 monthsin '
both ran to a neighbor's home' first mortgage was cancelled project. Everyone in the
Starke near the Alachua Coun-'f argument. This was'the prison to concurrently
run and he collapsed there. i by Welch the same day the parade will wear work clothes
ty line, County Sanitarian Jack!only case requiring grand jury!'with previous sentence for ... I grand larceny charges were filed and be prepared to go to workon

Trawick xaid! Wednesday. action and is scheduled to be burning'the wood: him. their projects.
I against Welch test as soon as
Two dogs killed the. rabid V i j I tried Monday as is the case of Benjamin Starling Jr., nonsupport I Chamber Board fied at a preliminary hearing the festivities end. The Bradford -

animal, Trawick said, and both :Mary Davis who is charged not in custody. I High School band will
that the second mortgage was
are now in quarantine. The with grand larceny for a 1959 I Joseph Dreizler, Edward T. Not To Seek \ a replacement mortgage for the also participate in the kickoff -

spot where the coon was found I robbery of Bullington's Gift; Cocomise' and Johnny Under I parade.Dr. .
first and was obtained when
is near a SRD picnic area, he Shop. wood all appeared in court Sat- Golden Triangle : :Strong decided not to include Wayne Whiffen, one ofthe

said."We I The Davis woman was arrested urday on two charges of break plumMng and wiring in his co-chairman of the drive,

still urge all persons a few months ago in Jacksonville ing and entering with intent to Meeting Monday afternoon;' home. !said Wednesday that the Cleanup -
to have their animals innocu- where she commit a misdemeanor andlj L
was going the Executive Board of the Campaign committee met
lated and all children and adults 'onder an alias and has been i breaking and entering to commit Chamber of Commerce on a: The in"out of court" settlemere ,Tuesday night in the RJE

to avoid wild animals in held in the Bradford County' grand larceny. Cocomige motion by T. H. Slade votedto the case included can- t cafetorium and received enthusiastic -

the woods, especially those that I JaiL had been declared incompetentby t desist all efforts to obtain celation of all mortgages a- I support from a group
gainst Strong, repaid him $260
appear tame in the daytime: Thirteen other cases came County Judge T. A. Yawn The Golden Triangle" on U. S. C of Negro citizens.
which he had paid for concrete
Trawick warned. before Judge Murphree Satur and nothing is to be done in his 301 as a future building site. i Whitfen also said that the
blocks him for his
; We know now that we have but all case until after gave $240 committee
day pleaded guilty orwere an investigation I I met Wednesday
According to Chanroer Director -: "
and him the
rabies in every section of the. not in custody and no( by State's Attorney T. E. R. H. Mclntire, the Board, "The Golden Triangle"f and loose gave blocks al-I nioundation ght and cemented plans fore
county. One authority, Tra trials were set. They were: Duncan. Dreizler and Under abstain I th campaign and the kick-off
voted unanimously to
hauled to his
wick said, has predicted that t Henry Evans, grand larceny, wood both pleaded guilty and from seeking legislation favor- j parade. Several contests have

the seige will kill itself out ir :lot in custody. His bond of:[ investigations into their cases I I able to the Chamber obtaining:, Hearing Set For SaturdayA Still pending are charges of I been planned during the 10-

about a year. He also- recalled! $200 was estreated and a cap-. were also ordered. The trio 1 Is the much site because of fraud against a Jacksonville c day: campaign, he said.
that there was a breakout oi i issued for his arrest. charged with B & E's Noe- sought notary public, Betty King, who
as on Individuals
tgel's he possible harmful effects to; hearing to decide the fate of the most controversial piece of prop- as well as or-
rabies foxes in Brad[ I notarized the mortgages onStrong's
among Hosea Harden and WarrenDavid Auto Sales and Radio Station -
its public relations. The Board i Golden Madison Iun- ganizations. are asked to cooperate -
ford several erty In Bradford County "The Triangle" at and without his
County years ago Lee Jr., charged with] WRGR. property In the effort and
will not appear at the public! will be held in the courthouse at the
which finally died out. Oat roe Streets county Saturday morning ]being present as required by
breaking and entering to comnit Dreizler and Cocomise are hearing called this Saturday I following check list is suggested -
one rabid fox has been foun' 9:30 o'clock. J law.
a misdemeanor. Both] also under a third charge of morning by Sen. Charley E. for those who wish to
this year, however, and no rat, pleaded guilty and were sen, breaking and entering to com Johns and Rep. A. J. Thomas' Son. Charley E. Johns, during a weekend visit home (rom the State have a part in the effort to

id dogs. tenced to a year in prison. The: mit a felony and grand larceny: ,.Jr. to consider proposed legislation Legislature, said that the purpose of the hearing would be to decide Photo Contest gain national recognition for

Other rabid coons have been I ;pair broke into Prevatt's Groc: for entering Nasworthy's Furniture -.l to require the State Road whether to introduce a bill to hare the State Road Department to deed I I Starke.
taken this year at Lawtey, Silver I. and took goods valued at I II I Check List
Lake ery Store and the dispositions -,Department to deed 'The Golden the triangle to the county or to the Chamber of Commerce jj Scheduled For
and the side f
cast of '
$100. the Clean all rubbish from
were same as above, Triangle" at Madison and i I back
Santa Fe Lake, and New River: ,. Charles Phillip Mulligan, es, though they both pleaded guil-] Munroe Streets to the Chamber The Chamber's Executive Board, however, voted Monday not to take I DriveThe and front yards.

.About seven rabid coons were cape, sentenced to an additional 1, or to the county. any further action toward getting the triangle deeded to the chamber because I Clean-up Plant new grass in barn

found in the county last year: ,, year In prison. ty.In one case last: Saturday) of unfavorable public relations which might result. I spots. Trim hedges.
The board also discussed the
rabid coons were found in the James Daniel Rickett breakIng i Contest Committee of Paint exterior
May 11, Harold B. of homes.
Yarborough, prospects of getting industry to Peculiar value of the triangle, which starts at a point at the north
county last year. and with intent to Starke's Clean-up, Paint-up, Repair fences
entering I
Animal charged with grand larceny,I locate in Bradford County, Mc-: end and widens to 18 feet at the south end, lies, in the expectation that I and out-
owners are urged to I campaign la sponsoring buildings.
commit a felony, not in custody pleaded nollo contendre and I Fix-up
have Intire said. whoever gets title to it will also fall heir to the east half of an unused
pets innoculated atone : He is charged with breaking: Judge Murphree withheld adjudication I a Before and After Photo Con Clear vacant lots of rubbish
of the rabies clinics now I In a surprise move Tuesday block of Munroe St. which was closed at the Madison St intersection by test. and
into Brooker Junior HighnSchooL L of guilt for a period plant them with flowers.
being held each afternoon :Mclntire also an- the State Road during the of U. S. 301.
Department re-routing
Saturday I | of six months on the con Divisions of the contest will Plant trees and hedges-

T the county. Robert D. Roy, escape, sentenced dition that the defendant make:nounced.ector of his the resignation Starke-Bradford as Dir- Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. is also expected to attend the hearing here be: -.- vacant lot, 2-best service Clean out all rubbish old

to serve an additional l l restitution. He is charged with! Saturday morning. station, 3-best retail I papers etc. from basements,
County Chamber of Commerce!
-18' months in prison. taking $1,237.82 from the New!effective May 31. He said he I store and window display, 4- attics, and garages.

Clean-Up Week i j Joseph Elmer Whitworth and Method; Cleaners, owned by!has accepted a position as most attractive disposal area L, Repair sidewalks.
MAY\ 22-JUNE 1 Ii I Robert, D. Roy, charged will::1 Raymond W. Thompson. _I Ii sales representative for Armco Pay Of Baker, Clay Boards May Be CutSen. and organized group project Assisting Staff the Named co-chairmen

Join This All-Out EffortTo metal buildings and will be affiliated Befor\ and after snapshotsmust
in the all-out drive are the
Make Starke The i with Steel Builder's, Ed Fraser of Baker ty commissioners in Baker and I on a basis of per diem and I be submitted of each following chairmen from each

Cleanest Town Of Its \ Inc. of Jacksonville.He County introduced and passed I Clay counties: from $2,400, expenses, with a- limit to the project by Thursday, May SO) 'cooperating organization:

Sige In The U. S. A. will work out of Starke i L ai the Senate last week bills I which they are paid now, to total amount each could re Names of the participants and I American Legion George

[iW land continue to reside here, to reduce the salaries of coun- $180 per year. ceive. the location of the project Pierce Kenneth Grider
PROFESSIONALAnd .{1 however. His territory will i In introducing the bills,
S'7i should be written on back of) Lions Club-Dr. Harry
(consist of approximately 30 Sen. Fraser said his thinkingwas the photograph and all photos Gruen, Louis Irby
and.J. Roundtable Plans
M counties in Bookmobile
north Florida
AMATEUR H *! that the money could be should be mailed to P. O. Box Woman's Club-Mrs. H. V.
(south Georgia.Mclntire. Clean-up Drive used:, for better purposes, par- Set
Schedule 689, Starke. Certificates i o f] Knight, Mrs. P. G. Felos
Golf TournamentMAY ticularly toward an effort to Achievement will be awarded Garden Club-Mrs. M. F.
i iI Starke's Civic Rountablemet obtain in the for the summer
new industry Schedule Hazen. Mrs. Ed Prevatt
Quits : on Saturday, June 1.
\ 17 i The American Legion-Jayoee donkey softball game ended last Friday night, May two counties. bookmobile from the Bradford in Chamber of CommerceJerome -
I. Organized projects -
First Invitational t in a 1-1 tie Monday and it can safely be said that the donkeys.Chamber Post 10, and formulated plans for To this end, he passed an- County and Santa Fe Regional.I elude all group clubs, churches Johns
the Clean-up, Paint-up Fix- other bill in the Senate to allocate -
., Retail Merchants Assn.-
won a resounding victory as proven by this photo. Libraries beginning June 1
Golf TournamentMay : I I up Time it is sponsoring dur- to the Baker County through August 23 is: schools or any other organized Carl Minx

: In a surprise move Tuesday ing the 10-day period from I Planning and Development group. Any beautificationproject | Civitans-Frank Reaves,Bob!
Donkey Game Termed Success and 3rd -
18-19 afternoon R. H. Mclntire, di- May 22-June 1. Commission an additional 1st Wednesdays by a group will be judged -| Turner
rector of the Starke-Bradford Al Gregory and Dr. Whiffen I. from track Arwood'a Store (formerly Car- and
STARKE GOLF $10,000 a year race on accomplishment a- Jaycees-Jim Hollingsworth.
I American Legion commander duty" at the Legion Tuesday i County Chamber of Commerce are serving as co-chairmen of revenue accruing to the coun- ter's), 10:55-11:10 a.m. Laitey 7'mount of participation. Elks Club-Wendell Kelly,

AndCOUNTRY I Julian McRae termed the i. night, McRae said. I announced that he has resigned the drive which is under auspices -: I ty. The Development Commission 1)) Strawberry Wharf,, Meed Lewis

CLUB : Legion-Jaycee donkey softball i I I A pony. donated to the Legion "effective May 31. of the Roundtable with now gets $5,000 annually. ,11:20-11:50: : a.m., 2) Hampton's Junior Woman's Club-Mrs.

Public Welcome 1 game a "tremendous success"I[: by Pee Wee Dampier, Mclntire said he has accept around 20 civic groups par- Fraser said he also felt thata Store, 12:00-12:15_ p.m. Red- Rabies ClinicSet James Rowe. Mrs. Fred Snell,

,; and said that approximately II IIi : was given away at a drawing I cd a position with Armco ticipating. county commission office dish's Store, 12:3012:4p.. i nt Sat. Morning Mrs. Charles Sawyer

As SpectatorsThis i,$550 was made for charitable Monday and was won by Sid metal buildings as a sales representative Juvenile Counselor Florence should be a position of honor 2nd and 4th Fridays-Brook- Rotary Club-Joe Marshal,
: purposes. Shuford of Starke.Commander and will be affiliated at ; Brooker
Jennings appeared the and responsibility to be filled Robert Barksdale
I I er, Green's Store, 9:15-10:15: : a tAt
Space: Contributed About 500 or more spectators McRae said I he with Steel Builders' Inc.: meeting and asked the Round- by people who are concerned m.; Graham, Mrs. N. J. liv: Boy Scouts-David Mont
attended the which "would like to :yof| Jacksonville. obtain- final rabies clinic '
Weekly to Publicize I game table's cooperation in with service and good govern- gomery.
ended in a 1-1 tie. Legionairc thank everyone personal'i' i[ He will work from Starke ing clothing for needy children L ment rather than salary.He 10:30-11:00 a.m.; Hampton,, be held at Brooker from 9 Girl Scouts-Mrs. Pat Caufai .
Community Events by 'George ,J|and continue to reside here across from Home's Grocery, to 10 Saturday. May 18.
I Pierce who was almost -:'pated in the charity game. ,I who will attend summer camp. pointed out that Gov. a-m. man
The CommunityState knocked out when he ''I Mclntire said. His territory The Junior Woman's Club has Farris Bryant recommended in 11:15-11:45 ajo.; Theressa, All owners of pets tnt w Ministerial Alliance-Rev.

i was thrown by a stubborndonkey and gave special recognition will consist of approximately offered to store the clothing I his message to the Legislature 12:00-12:15 p.m.; Starke, 81]L Brooker area are urged toid I Walton Grady, Rev. John

Bank I was cited for "duty j. to the Starke Jaycees, the opposing ] 30 counties in north Florida in its Thrift Shop until' it is i I that county school board: Florida St., 1:00-1:10: : pan. a 1 have their animals vaccinated Brabham

.i above and beyond the call of :: team. and south Georgia. { needed. --- -- members be compensated only Starke Library, 120. against rabies at this time. [Continued on Page 2]


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II Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Gentry Mrs. George Huggins and Mr. H. T. Smith Social Security
I]tiad weekend their ,
I ,as guests twins and Mrs. G. S. Brown j
daughter Vida Jean of Law- and son Billy, visited Six Gun Former Resident
i writs.! Come in and
A representative of the way you
renceville Hoist ;
11 Gau Bealef; Jr Territory on Friday. I
III of Macon, Ga. and Mrs Marie,I Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. underwent Passes Saturday | Gainesville Social Security of.> ;selectt: 7ouxaYonite ESTER.BROOKFowt&in .
I McMillin St. fice will be in the courthouse': Pen. TELE
of Petersbuurg.Mr. surgery Tuesday in
I v:4: at 9:30 Friday, 24, GRAPH.DEPENDABLE .
ii' and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. H. T. Smith, a former resident : a.m. May
GLADYS MOOT I for the of conducting
PHQNE M4-4651 purpose
v spent Sunday and :Monday in R. A. Thomas had as at Santa Fe Lake for,
social security business. \I'I'I
I :Lake City visiting Mr. and Mrs.I Sunday guests, Mrs. Alice : !W5' hree years and also a former'

lira. W. E. :Middleton and Mr. and Mrs. E. \V. Newcomb John Deas and family and at-| Langford of Lake Butler. Mrs. resident of ,'I I
Orange Heights
JJ, '""Miss Madge Middleton spent,of Orlando were weekend',i tended the piano recital of their Charles Fowler of Winter SERVICE
,the weekend in Melbourne vis-i S.;( Martha Jo! Park. Mrs. R. L. C. Thomas Ai died Saturday night at his
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. <,]granddaughter, ; Taxi Service
"" iting Mrs. W. Q. Dowling and Newcomb. j|:!Deas on :Monday evening. I and daughter, Gail and Wil- lome in Lyons Ga. Akridge

Mr. and Mrs., :Merle :Mardis. I fred Harrison of Wildwood 1 The funeral held Monday -
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp and) George B. Flynn Sr. was, host / ,,-" was
r L nllt. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Griggs;'daughter and Mrs. Blain Math-'::at a family dinner party Monday -i 1| and Mrs. Herbert Thomas and I / afternoon at 2:30 p.m. in

and baby boy of Cocoa are r ews and children of Daytonaj, evening at the Garden I daughter, Kathleen of Starke. I the Marvin Methodist Church,
I ,II) spending this week with her Mrs. Lucile Davis spent the ; Ga with intermentin
Beach were Sunday guests of1'Restaurant honoring the birth I lear Lyons,
parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp. j,,day anniversary of Mrs Flynn., weekend with her grandchil the church cemetery.

I.: Stallings. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry:'The 13 enjoying the happy occasion dren. Greg and Jen Davis in | Surviving are three' daughters -

"" Misses Linda Kay Sale and and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. included the Flym 'si Gainesville.Mrs. I .: Mrs. Dell Murray: and

Judy Anderson of FSU visited I,Jimmy Hobbs of Gainesville I,children and grandchildren. i I Katie Howard and Mrs.,i--- ____ Mrs. Techla :McGriff of Jacksonville
l '"Mr.. and :Mrs. Guy Sales over were Sunday visitors of Mr.i Merrill Edwards visited Mr.: and Mrs. Trellie Cheshire -
Jewett Fogg and son, Mike, ,r '
the weekend. I and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. and Mrs. James Kinchen and of Pompano Beach, two '
... j and :Merritt Williams spent] IE + -
". r Misses Jean Mundy and!] Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews,Friday and Saturday in *he|j family in Jacksonville on -. ,. __ll ;ons Hayden Smith of Live I Starke, Fla. 964-2681
Francis Cannon of FSU spent j have been visiting their grand-,'Scrub. Tuesday. I if Oak and X. M. Smith of Starke.

"* the weekend with Mrs. W. B. daughter, Dawn Mathews, nine I I-!I. Rufus Tatum of Jackson- I
'Mundy. ,months old, who is confined Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whit ;, vIDe was visiting his sister,

\\I,. Mrs. Sue Miles was in Mac-,with pneumonia in the University and family of Miami spent I!:Mrs. Lu ile Davis on Wednes-, ., .Methodist! Men !.' I fl 0 0 That's Our ,Business I

clenny over the weekend visiting Medical Cetner. the weekend with Mr. and I:!: Mrs. Wilkinson And Daughters :Met MondayEdd Gl L 11 W "
,. Robbie Shaller and ami- day.Mr. j i'I' "ie Irs Glass We IIIY It"
Mr. and :Mrs. Billy. MUes. Mr. and Mrs. David Spidel of I Mrs. 1' and Mrs. H. G. Merow I -

.' Spending the weekend with Gainesville spent Sunday with ly. j l of Tampa were weekend Tells Of Pioneer Days Gentry district lay x( v ''I I CALL WRITE or VISIT''IIagj

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lex! Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Huttoi! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill t:leader from Jacksonville spoke; FOR ANY GLASS IfSHEA'S
"* were Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke : Edwards. !! 55
Mrs. Charles Green. and Monday to approximately

,,. Lawson and son and Bud Law I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Genereuxand I and families of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman with. I Mrs. Easter Wilkinson( 105 persons who attended Ladies. ( I GLASS CO.
l1' son of Lakeland. son of Jacksonville. spent Sunday visitors of Mrs. spent Mother's Day :Night at the Methodist Men's:

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register the weekend with her parents, L. S. Hutto and family.J. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- Club,on the subject of "spiritual -:, 1 (NOT INC.)

"u ;and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reg. Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Green. R. Wainwright G. T. idleness." I ) "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.?
i Has Over 100
man.Mr. Descendents
ster of Tallahassee were Sat- Mrs. Stanley Noegel and: Huggins, J. W. Gaskins and L. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand Gentry compared the problems -: We Design Modern Store Fronts

: ". urday visitors of :Mrs. Register daughter, Sharon, and Beverly C. Hilliard. were in Chadburn.N. family visited Mrs. W. H. of unemployment and, Just Mail Us A Pattern For

I Sr, and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Crawford visited Mr. and Mrs., C. and Charleston. S. C. Edwards and :Mr. and Mrs. Rex I idleness in American industry Table I
A Tops
mother who certainly i I ,
Tim Blackburn]. Another
I Lawson. W. H. Cliark in Orlando over last Thursday visiting the Mixon in Jacksonville Sunday I I to idleness of a spiritual na I
merited honors on Mother'Day *I Ij daughter, Cellie [Mrs. Henry. 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
Mrs. J. S. Sapp, and :Mrs. the weekend and spent Sundayat State Farmer's Markets. afternoon.Mrs. .
j is 105-year-old Mrs. .East -$ Redding, also stays ture.The
.- Leona Sapp of Starke and :Mrs. New Smyrna Beach., Enjoying Mother's Day with Ed Ensor of Jackson-t ter Griffis Wilkinson of Law- there at the present I speaker also installed

F 1 Morgan Heath of Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade at ville was visiting her mother, tey. She i is the living ances- i;, time. A son, Gadson, lives i I officers of the club for the I

are visiting Mr. and Mrs. and family are moving into their Kingsley Lake guest Mrs. Bertha Pearce on Friday tor of more than 100 next door, and of the seven ,coming year. Dr. Robert S. Gas Genie :

Victor Berry in Dillon, S. C. their new home on E. Call house were Miss Susan Slade and Saturday ants, most of whom descend-\or\ living children, only Andrew Mullins was installed as presi.! 7 says

this week. street this weekend. John Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Mr., and Mrs. Roy Ward and near Bradford County. does: not live in or near Brad- dent, Buford Mitchell, vice-

Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. Hayes Mrs. J. R. Hixon was calledto Mike O'Brien and Mr. and family and Darby Peek of Lake Physically and mentally a- ford. Mrs. Martha, Crews livesin president; Eugene Williams,I Cut Those

t>{ Miami were visiting Mr. and Chattanooga, Tenn. over the Mrs. Slade Jr. and families, City- visited Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. lert, Mrs. Wilkinson confessed Hampton, and Mrs. Rebecca ,secretary, and Randy Johns, '

Mrs E. W. Hayes. last week, weekend by the death of her: all of Jacksonville. Mrs. CJyde on Sunday. that she could "no longer Chesser in Glen St.' Mary. I'treasurer. Committee chairman

:.hey werq accompanied home, brother, Wilbur P. Moore. I Sinclair and daughter, Evelyn I Mr. and :Mrs. P. H. Ivey and I run.." but_ she____ walks__ to__ the__ Mrs. Wilkinson is a member ,,will be appointed by the new Repair Bills
n n
l>y their daughter Helena, who Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy of Orlando, and Mr. and'Mrs.. daughter of Jacksonville were home of a son who lives nearby of the Highland Baptist I)[president. .

was visiting her grandparents: i and family visited'Mrs. Charles Charles Sawyer and family, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and goes up and down Church and plans to attend j jMothers' i Food for the occasion was withNatural
Sr. in Mrs. W. S. Slade, and CoL] and D.: H. Penoyer. 'by the Women's Society -
ci for several days. Hardy Gainesville on steps with the aid of a cane. Day services there prepared ;,
Sunday.Mr. Mrs. T.T. Long and son, Dave I Miss Ann Beam of Tampa Her memory spans 100 years, Sunday. for Christian Service.CORRECTION Gas
0 of Starke. visited her mother Mrs. C. E. \
and Mrs. Wayne Chance i
back to the Civil War. She
Kenneth Witt and children Beam last Thursday to Sunday.Mr. '
ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM and daughter of N. Lake St. Mrs. attributes her interest in the I :,

HOW TO KILL IT.. have purchased the J. E. Hardy Randy and Alan Lee of 1: and Mrs. T. E. Herndonof war to the fact that her daddy Mayor Proclaims I For "care free. ," "trouble free" heating:, cooking,
spend- the I In last week's May 9 issue
IN 3 DAYS home Columbiana, Ohio are Valdosta, Ga. spent ,
Church St.
on and was a soldier, and after all,
I not pleasad with hong, ln5tant.dry. ing several weeks with her weekend with Mrs. Pearl Edwards of the Telegroph it was announced I and water heating there's nothing like Natural
IDC.T-t-L, moving in this weekend. she "was old enough to ,shell
I 5re. Watch Jfur infected"Be hcll.I..in at.Jou5b!any dru, mother, Mrs. M. L. Johns. Sr. and family. Mrs. Edwards corn" She recalled that her Drive I that the Starke city Gas and, it's economical. too. It's instant, it's
Wjt h healI". sLip ..... ,.. off Mrs Effie Johns and son, Clean-up '
.I. council, at the of
request City
it. Itch of Quincy home
an. Mrs. Carl Shepard returned
_.4 Lil/nanr are tone. TQDAY at Freeman had as Saturday guest spent the weekend with Mrs. from Alachua General Hospital grandfather, John Griffis, I'' Clerk Merrill Edwards, had safe, it's clean and your supply is always there.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith ofuburndale. played the fiddle for the soldiers
A All Drug Stores Sunday guest was :M. L. Johns, Sr. where she underwent surgery while she sat betweenhis [Continued From Page 1] given three City Hall secre- GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE:
V. O. Bridges taries pay increases of $2.50
lar.d Mrs. last week.
Jeffery Smith of Jacksonville. I knees. And although the Beta Sigma Phi-Mrs. Miles
returned Monday nom'a Mr. and Sirs': L. C. Adams soldiers sometimes. shot cows Sheppard I per month. : STARKE NATURAL GAS
week's visit with Mrs. Beulah the weekend in Daytona The amount was actually
I spent for meat, they never killed I Schools,. H. Gibssn City Hall Phone 964-1301
Lee in Seffner. Beach her mother Mrs. I $2.50 per week. I
belonging to her
I I. any I BPW Club-Mrs. Ruby I _
I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen [C. P. Major. Easter was the daughter of i I Johns, Mrs. Ida :Mae Shaw. ,
Jr. and children and Mrs. H.I Local admittances to Doc1 -
I Berry and Penny Padgett | Rural Beautification.
FLORIDA L. Brownlee spent Mother's '1 tor's Hospital this week include Griffis, but when her mother :Huggins, Miss Dorothy Ross.,I,I ti ; I
I Day with Mr. and Mrs. Chas : Mrs. Harold Norman, died shortly after her birth, ( Ross .ii;

teen Sr. in Keystone Heights.Mr. Lawtey; Howard Lattin, Keystone Easter and her three sisters I Civic Roundtable-Buford ,

and Mrs. W. M. Smith Heights; Irma Jean went to live with their grand- I Mitchell

and Mr. and Mrs. George T. ,Thornton, Raiford; and from parents, John and Easter I' Senior Citizens-Joe Kerri-
j jI
-- THEATREOPENING -. Stabler spent Sunday at St. 'Starke, W. W. Hollingsworth, Griffis, who had come here ,, gan

Augustine.Mrs. Frances Silcox,
Robert Clark from Georgia about, 1840. The Publicity-Jim Hollingsworth.
Marvin Andrews of Mrs. Marian Simmons and Lamar 80-acre pioneer farm was near

I Ozark, Ala. is spending this Underbill. what i is now called the Flow- I .
TIME ( '. 1 week ''with her daughter Mrs. "'Wayne Edwards 'is .visiting ing Well Bridge oven,New Ri-I BHS Elections; I ,

MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY R. O. Dansby and family. relatives in Los Angeles, Calif. ver at the northwestern boundary -

OPEN 7:00 P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 Mrs. George Anderson was for two weeks. of the county. The farmis :Held Tuesday-

FRI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00: in Bunnell last Wednesday to Mrs. :M. W. Cressler returned now known as the Redding
Friday visiting Mrs. F. M. last Friday after two weeks! place, and is operated by two : ,[Continued from, Page- One]

I Townsend.Dr. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Char. of her grandsons.As :

Thursday, Friday-May 16, 17 I and Mrs. Louis Lubetof les W. Cressler in Rome, Ga. girls, Easter and her sisters -!iv.i Eighth Grade: David Silcox,

Tampa were Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanel. played house under a :V, andBobbyVhite, 'V. '
i noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. li visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert plum tree and named their | J',1nth'Grade: Mickey Agner,

Sherrod Hamilton.Mrs. Stefanelli and family in Jack rag dolls for themselves and .
|IL, and Jimmy Douglas, L.I
; \ IJAYNE Guy Andrews and Mrs. ville on Sunday.Mrs. members of the family. Their I Tenth Grade: Maria Moore.

; t: MANSflElD gi"i I L. V. Hardin were in Ormond Doris Strickland and grandmother told them stories and Emily Johns, V. ;.J.JJ II
; last Monday to Friday
!.4; Beach daughter of Miami were visit 'of her early days when IL Eleventh Grade- "SuzannejJudd :J

"jL LEO OWL AfterD'I attending the Presbyterian ing Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas Indians stopped by the farm V, and Glen Sapp, V.
"- 6ENN BOEHM LOREA5TN'AN Synodical Training School. last Friday and Saturday. with gifts of venison and got Next year's seventh grade,I I

ia. t T. -, Ethel Lowell spent last week j,Southern College is home for "As we got older, we did :beginning of the 1964 school,
: in Richmond Va. visiting five weeks between semesters. all kinds of work on the .
[ I term when they reach high Ij
Plus "MEET mi. MAGOO" Cartoon
i '
-lav. and
Mrs. Scholl's 50n-i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch farm. .Mrs. Wilkinson said i school, Student Council Presi-I
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. visited Miss Mary Demaree in "I did everything but split "dent Freeman Register said.

II M. C. Quimby HI and new baby II Gainesville on Sunday.Mr. rails and pull stumps, and I { The students iollowed. as''I
II Saturday, May 18--ONLY son. and Mrs. Ben Rowland wanted to do that." One of j closely as possible. the ballots.\

It Mrs. Virginia McQuire of spent the weekend with their the things Easter enjoyed ;and rules for elections. in the::1

I Big Triple Feature Program Orlando spent the weekend ,daughter and family Mr. and most was hunting out sows state of Florida Register said.

a NOM with her mother, Mrs. Errol I Mrs. Dwight Marshall in Apa- that had "found";pigs in the Students voted in private:/

I Alvarez. lachicola. woods. She rode a big, bay booths and ballots were count.
Mrs. E,. M. Davis and Mrs.A. stallion, Jim, that had the / v
\fr. and Mrs. Billy Harrington ed by poll managers ,and tabu- ffA141 '
W. Anderson visited Mrs. knack of locating the sows.She k
and daughter Marion Harrington lated by an Election Board and :; ?
I P. E. Stone and Miss Mamie said that although most -
and Miss, Mary Jo faculty advisors.
in Archer on Sun- afraid:
Anderson people were of the great
Pabst The!
of Jacksonville were incoming president of the
: I day. weekend euests of :Mrs Gladvs] 1 squealing animal she never tl.student body will appoint his
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel, Harrington.Local -< -- -- --- ----.1- was and used to. make him cabinet members which consist

.- RLNT1! HAIL son Nat Jr., Mr. and Mrs. ; I t singlefoot. He became' hers asa 1 of an attorney general secrejtary ."
\ Meed Lewis and son and'Mrs.. admittance to Bradford!I
11 ____ : gift from her grandfather
of the interior I
\ I
Hutchinson visited Mrs. I County Hospital this week include I'I
1'N Edna : :Mildred R. when she married.: [secretary., and corresnondino_. ____..' !
Smith u
2 and family at Opal i*" l
: NO.3I J. A. Dankel Almost everything eaten or ,! "h'; :
; Allen I secretary.
Edgar Akridge, Claude
Fernandina Beach on Sunday. .
/I I '.' i I! and B. B.i[Cogdill Mildred Fancher Mrs. worn those days was the product The, VOTE (Voice Of The!, xmst from bottom: Jet-rmooth Chevrolet Impula, Ckny II Nova 4Ot ,
\ James Cooper : of the home place. Mrs.I
Effie Electorate) and Liberal Parties ." Corteite Sting Rays Cortair J/orua Solder ,
13 Wilkinson
M The : Harrison of Chiefland were James Wilkinson said "We wove our '
.,. 3 4 of Lee Larry Kelly, :Mrs. Ann are the only two certified
dinner guests
GREATESTSHOCKS last Friday : ; cloth from home-grown cotton
political groups, and Donald I 1
I'. i Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. i Hutchings, Betty Jean Mitchelland and wool, and dyed it .
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wade I Noah Taylor. : gathered Thompson, candidate for th Suinnithcmie t goipg! !
t$ faIl r : I with indigo that vas tudent body president is the:I '. : ,**- i -'.- .-
and Mr. and Mrs., Gilbert George Morrison and Mr. andMrs. from the sand hills.. We made: I 1 1i .. .
time! .. j 'only independent candidate t I i.-.1.
1 : ,
Goldwire were visiting Mrs. Virgil Morrison and son] cur own soap, boiled : '
i ,seeking an office.
..4 W. H. Peebles in Ocala- on Paul, of, Le sburg spent the I clothes i in a kettle tsid1 I If this isn't'a great time to get yourself a long vacation trip" in a brand-new.
p, I Sunday. \f'eekendith Mr. and Mrs. and did all of our cooking in : I
\ \ S I a new ,Chevrolet-well, we. just don't And it's a's'mart: time to trade what
Costello Henry *I.
( 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill I It Morrison.. the fireplace. She said food Fun For All '
L I and children Stella Jane and j jBuzzy i was plentiful and there was a know when is. Why, you'd almost have with your Chevrolet! dealer,all stockedto

.:c. RE' iV P visited Six Gun TerritOry Fire Dept. wide variety because they SCOTCHDOUBLES !, be anti-summer not 'to let one of up for a busy summer.. Chances are, he
nearOcaI on Sunday. raised goats sheep. cows* hogs: ,
Al-C ,and Mrs. Robert L. Makes 2 Runs chickens. and hives of' bees. these four convertibles has just the. model_

-- I..vWll.lIAMpINCt 1i Cooper of Biloxi, Miss. will The milk was kept In a ,1 get. to you. Or any of and cplor you want

JIM BACKUS I report to their new base at| The Starke Fire Department I "dairy" built in the shade of :, Chevrolet's sedans, -.be it Chevrolet; ,
.: Plus "BOY AND HIS DOG" Cartoon Slayton AFB. Minn.-next week i reported two fires during the :, a big tree. \
1 : i wagons, sport coupes : Chevy II, Corvair or
after a week's visit with Mr. I past week-one of. them a f One of Mrs. Wilkinson'ssisters
-i .
t and Mrs. C. Cooper. I grass fire and the other a j Mrs. Rebecca Rosier, 1 I and sport sedans, for c EVROLET 'CorVette-ready to go

.I* Sun., Mon., Tues.-May 19, 20, 21 I Mr. and Mrs. T., C. Chas- I home in Reno. I i also lived to be more than i i that matter. r- J' right now.' -
: tam Jr. and family visited Last Saturday morning at 1100. She was also well known .

..rns_ ;;;-;- -....,. ,... ... .. ........ .. I i Mr, and Mrs. Jerry,Williams,I daylight the department was :i in the county1, and lived with i t And there are a lot f So maybe now

A OMaNtiCROUNb.ThE-wo2w MWJFIUflTI I at New Smyrna Beach on Sun. I called to the home and store ; her daughter,Mrs. Willie Red- I of other buy-now '. you're_ ,all wpund up?
lof Fred Williams I dish., until her death a few
I day. .| Reno Ne- reasons besides the '1 Then spring into
'.-. t chaplain C. L. Phipps attended gro. on. Oak Street to douse a i, years ago. Mrs. Rosier was 15 EVERY: : .. '"
the Southern Baptist i I! blaze which is thought to have months older than Mrs Wil- I season. Like the care- summer at your -

.PANJMSloS convention in Kansas City, :I started from a kerosene heat kinson. ; I feeling, you get on AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S 'Chevrolet dealer's.
AfcO Mo. last week. This week he:I er. One room and the hall of Mrs. Wilkinson's father remarried THURS, HUE

MEIRQCOLOBmoat I, is visiting relatives in Plain- ,,I Williams house burned be-, and had 10 sons and. : .

view Neb.C .' i i I fore the firemen arrived and I five daughters.. CALL 964-6261 I
J Cooper of Chiefland the Negro had no insurance!:1 l
,: visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 1 on it, the fire department inson Easter and married moved Bryan to a Wilk-.farm For Information : CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET! CHEVY, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE

: I Cooper from Wednesday to ,,. said. Amount of damages on bout two miles west of High-. -.
Monday. The Coopers. also had the house were not available. land. There the children were Starke Lanes
r nu -* lilt NHU un IM as Sunday guest, A2-C and Last Wednesday night the de- born and reared and she re- .
wHARTOBRIANBOtHM} [ TIffiN wTOENNEHlflON Mrs. Donald;: R. Cooper and P94'tment'as called to putout matned until she came to AMUSEMENT GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. j

I baby and S-Sgt. arid* Mrs. i II i a, small grass fire on. Lawtey to live. Now she and ,
N I Robert Burrised of McDill Estelle Street north of Starke CENTER--
Plus "FIGHT TO her Jive
FINISH" daughter, Barbara
Cartoon. ., ... 1 j U. S. 301 (:NORTH FLA. ,
: g.. '.Field..Tampa. ; J' off the Old Lawtey Road. I Iwith daughter Amanda [Mrs. .1 1 j ) STARKE PHONE 9643900i

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Space Theme Is Used To AdvantageAt HospitalVe k :..' .,/;-': < 1 Country Club

Colorful May ,Day Breakfast jed Is Observed HereBy : -J To Be Scene

.. "Telstar-Ke" was the theme through Telstar-Ke dressed in]I AuxiliaryThe Of DinnerDanceA

for the delightful May Breakfast ,Army fatigues and loaded down \
given by the Starke Worn- 'with equipment such as oxygen 'c.f Bradford County Hospital dinner-dance will be

_GLADYS MOOTY PHONE DM- 651 I II II an's Club last Wednesday hon-I masks, earphones, et cetra Auxiliary started the staged at the Starke Golf and

I,oring the past presidents. I,and claimed that she planned a National Hospital Week cele- 't # i Countrv Club Saturday evening -

entrance of the Moon the first d brations with an open houseon May 18, to celebrate
I At the club I trip to the lady, ', I
I I was a typical Florida scene!to make this trip where she Monday afternoon May 13, Starke's First InvitationalGolf
of rock to woman's from three to four o'clock at Tournament. Mrs. ClydeB.
I composed a garden!planned start a
palms and spring flowers. The t'4Li the Bradford County Hospital Terwillegar. Jr.. announced
club.Featured :Members in uniform, Mrs.
_I1-- receiving line stood in the I on the programwere I today
lounge before the fireplace;' < foreign students from the i R. E. Edmondson Mrs. Amy Golfers from North and

I __ where the mantel held a long':University; of Florida who were] i i Coburn, Mrs. Walla Lisey, Central Florida in addition to
:, Mrs. L. E. Andrews and Mrs. the local players will be on
kLtWk' Of
fan-shaped arrangement received by Telstar-Ke_ through, I '
white stock and red carnations':the efforts of Mrs. Pete Fela: A. F. Garner greeted vIsItorsat j I; the staff dining room at the Bradford hand and the event will be

4 % with a rocket suspended: from',and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Those I the door and:: took them on : National Hospital Week are, (from in their honor.

__JI \ 4!the mirror. appearing were Miss Wong .4 I a colorful conducted tour of ) E. Middleton and Mrs. K. E. Edmond The club will be beautifully

I t Hanging overhead in the Eun Lee from Korea, a beautiful ( the hospital.At E. Edmondson, Hospital Administrator, decorated using a "Sports"
I I I the end of the tour, Mrs. I theme depicting the joys of
clubroom was a huge inflated dancer; Miss Carmen Val- Auxiliary President and Pete G. Felos, i I
W. E. Middleton and Mrs golf in the United States. Mrs.
k4p rocket suspended from the ceil- encias of the PhiJlipicas, who;, I i"
George DeLaney served punchin \ Jerome Johns is chairman of
'"- I ing and at points of interest sang several numbers in her!'
throughout were palms and native; language and Mrs. Miss Nickelson the staff dining room froman Mathews;, hospital staff. the decorating committee and
attractively appointed table ,will be assisted Mrs. Carl D.
'L \ tropical flowers. At the left Gisela Mora of. Venezuela, Weds Mr. Blessing II Maxie From the beautiful tea table -! by
; centered with mixed summer j Minx and Mrs. P. G. Felos
end of the stage was p'aced I who sang several numbers accompanied -, Vernon with assorted sandwiches I
: ? -II ja large model rocket built by! by her ten yea? old'In GainesvilleMiss flowers. Delicious, cookies were I j and sweets Mrs. W. E. Mid- I A dinner will be served buffet -

Thompson. The stage son, Ralph and his I j style in the center of the
Donald guitar. served from silver appoint- : dleton poured coffee. Pouring
was also attractive --th: palms! As the finale to the program, Anna Mary Nickelson. ments. at 6 i punch was Mrs. Lloyd Green. ballroom and will be catered

''and tropical ftowera a>.d a large I the Little Women, dressed in! daughter of Admiral and Mrs. I staff din : Hostesses for this delightful i by the Garden. The serving
.----w I; : : Other committees serving I hours will ''be from 7:30 to
.. silver and whits 'Telstar-Ke" foreign costumes, joined the for affair were Mrs. L. E.
... \ W. R. Nickelson
4I b. :Ernestine Brown ToWed : D. Jr. of I
: students the ( (during the afternoon were; i 8:30: p. m. The menu will be
from of
Redding-Williams I II hanging tnceiil1g t.et foreign on stage by the Andrews, Mrs. Lucille Davis,
Daniel CrewsMr. stage. I land were led in singing "God\ Gainesville and Herbert ]Mrs. George Anderson, cookie the doc : Mrs. Alice Anderson, Mrs. A. I as follows: U. S. Choice Top

Engagement Told f j Centering the dining table!;Bless America" by Mary Bol-::1 Straith Blessing III, son of }sale; decorating and flowers,I Hospital 1:I i Russell Norman and Mrs. A 'by'Sirloin the of chef.Beef French carved to beans order

:1 for the members nd their,linger, Mrs. J.. Mrs. James Kerns of Miami,
I and Mrs. A. W. Brown ( accompanied by i Mrs. M. F. Hazen; refresh- and the I i F. Garner. I and mushrooms, Astronaunt
Mr and Mrs. J. Williams II of the State Farm announcethe guests and at each place set-j JW. Kincaid at the piano.HowardCarter and the late Herbert Straith 1 J'
I I Potatoes in Cream. Chef's sal-
: Hampton announce the engagement of their 1 ting as favors, were silver and I 1
ap- .. Blessing, were united in mar- 1I, ad with
an assortment of
Dan- white Telstar-Ke's with touchof : /.. .. '
daughter, Ernestine, to a ; ,"'''9-
I proaching marriage of their I iel Crews, son of Mr. and:! Mrs. ivy at the base of each. I'f.f' ..".,I "": riage Monday afternoon, -' dressings, Rolls and Butter:
daughter, Alethia, to Lonnie 'I < \., :i ,April 29, in the Chapel of the Pastries an:! Coffee.
Graham Crews of Starke. The speaker's table was cen- (. -
Arthur Jr. of
Redding. son "
presented Dancing will be
'. The wedding will take placein tered with a beautiful large arrangement -!I ; I Incarnation Episcopal Univer- enjoyed
M and! Mrs. Lonnie Arthur
: a recital from 9:00: m. until mid-
I the Boatdrain Baptist of red and blue car-i sity Center in Gainesville. p.
Bedding Sr. of Lawtey.
in the '- night to the music of Paul
Church at 8 Saturday, nations and white stjok cen-
The wedding will take place r'r: Chaplain William Lillycrop of- Hall. I. Hillis and the "VersaTones1featuring
I June 1. All friends and rela- tered with a large white and' II II I
:In the First Baptist Churchin 1 ficiated. program I. Mary LaRue as vo
tives of the couple are invited silver "Telstar-Ke". Down the I
Hampton Saturday evening, I j Given in marriage by her Pre- calist. The vocalist has been
i to attend.Presbyterian. length of the table was a -
June 8, at 8 p.m. No invitations -! garland father, the bride L_ :11 Gilda '... H I associated professionally with
I of ivy interspersed; with wore a beige t
are being sent. aQd all I Cher- \., ... .d4E-\" such stars as Mary Healy and
Choir miniature lockets. Seated at brocade gown made with over- ,
friends and relatives are in- i I Bob 'I Jimmy Durante.
vited to attend the ceremony. Enjoys Social the speaker's table were nine blouse, featuring a Bateau % Kay I ( Mrs. Terwillegar chairman.
and each ,
past presidents was:
,The bride is a member of I neckline. Her small veil of illusion j La- .% .. I requested that reservations be
introduced individually btIB.1. '),, :
the senior class at BHS, to be !1 The Adult Choir of the First was caught by white Blood- | made, if possible, by tel
C. J. sorvil chirnan.Mrs.
Houpt ; j
graduated Friday evening, 1 Presbyterian Church and their W. E. Middieton was recognized -! satin roses. She wore long, Haynes : phoning Mrs. Andrew J
June 7, and Mr. Red Sing is a 1 i wives and husbands enjoyed a I white gloves and carried a I I Eaves, 964-4241.: It will not
'1961 graduate of BHS. He party at the old manse Friday as the olde'it jiving I prayer book topped by garde- [ re- I be necessary to have reser-
past president, servinb the club I.
i is presently employed at Du- night. Several games were nias. Her gold necklace was a I from I ,I vations in order to attend but

pont. played and prizes were won I jln 1920-22 and again froni| : ...',. gift of the bridegroom. i I table .., i I the dinner-dance committee
1932-34, the cluWsond
by Hank Green, Bill Jackson, i being sec::' i The bride was attended by: t 'T %ij flowers. < I would be accommodated.
Hor.or ; } ;
[ president. guest, '
Miss Wainwright and Barbara Casey. i Mrs. Thomas K. McClane HI, : : in serv- ,"_.,.,- '. I
ard guest ppeake. was Mrs. J j : L I
.: .
After refreshments were who wore a beige sheath with I Douglas, I Circle
1 R. Glover of Li>:alan'1 presi- 'Barbara Johns Tanner-Anders
: Is Honor Guest
j ,
served the group listened to white lace blouse and .

At Kitchen Shower the tape recording of the dent Woman's of the Clubs Florida, who Federationof was in- skirt. She carried over-I'Wayne HinsonEngagement Engagement ToldMr. Met TuesdayLorena

I Easter Cantata which they had Mr. and Mrs. W. S. HowardSr. J. Victor 'Africa
troduced by Mrs. E. A. Hail, Told Epperson Circle,
4 Lou presented on Maundy Thurs- best man for the groom.
Miss Betty of Lake Butler
p.-; '. ident of the Starke: Worn.an's t I.I and Mrs. L. S. Tanner Mrs. J. A. Griffin leader; met
After the
popular bride-elect wainwright'l day.Those CJub. MM. Hill also ;In-!the engagement of their daughter -I ceremony, are-I Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Johnsof of Lawtey announce the engagement '' at the home of Miss Wilma
edat a present were Mr. and Barbara, to Edward D. ception was held at the home of the '
Mrs. Hank Greens, Rev.: and trodured another honor guestla)1' of the bride's I Hampton announce the en- andmarriage : approaching' Alexander Tuesday, May 14 at
parents, where
shower last Friday evening .:\ ; Kardal Ch'.tr/! : wh Carter, son of Mr. and :Mrs.I i approaching : and
presented gagement and j of their daughter 7:30: p. m. The program was
jjfven by :Mrs. Myldred | Mrs. Walton Grady, Mrs. W. Carter of Raiford. ,, all white arrangements of I II of
CUttiflOfand cerV guests
!.trs. Glom vitn a marriage of their daughter, Gwendolyn Amelia to George I presented by Mrs. E. C. Long
Harden gardenias, stock, chrysanthemums -i
Mrs. Jim Ritch at the, Louise Harden. Steve The bride-elect will I
tiuic-tt'! making hr an honor- graduate and Pompoms used! Barbara to Wayne Hinson squadron William [Billy] Anders, son of and entitled "Educating YouthIn
latter N. Vialx' Richard Greene, Mr. and Mrs. were
home Of on 31 from Unlo-i
ary citizen of Starke. May County son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. ; Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders of Missions." Assisting Mrs.
in decorating.The
t street. .' Tom Jackson Casey, Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Ray Bill Members of the Little Wom High School and the prospective bride is a social worker Hinson. also of Hampton. | Tuesday Lawtey. I' Long, was Mrs. J. A. Griffin.

Mrs.: Daisy! Ferryman, attir-i!(i en's Club who served as pages j bride-groom is a graduateof for The bride-elect will be a'1t: : p.m. Miss Tanner is presently attending : The meeting closed with prayer -
Salazar, Miss Martha Gomez, the State Departmentof
ed',asa colored greeted -, and waited tables : Union County High School,I senior I d a box '
mammy on the were. graduate of the 1963 I II. Bradford High School. and refreshments wen
the, guests at UN door and)j Mrs. Bill Dowling.' Mr. and appropriately attire 1 in foreign c'ass of :5958Wedding; Public Health and was for class at Bradford High School. guests: of Mr. Anders is a 1962 graduate>; served.
Mrs. Ray Hodges, Mr, and Mrs. merly assigned to Bradford
directed them into the kitchen David Montgomery Mr. and costumes carrying out the plans will be announced County. I I. Mr. Hinson is employed with il of BHS and is now employedby

( where the party was held. I theme. later.Hospital'. Jim Hope Electrical Co. in the tour the Seaboard Airline Rail- -
Mrs. Rudy Sink Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Blessing a senior law I
The Jarge kitchen wa appro- The committee chairmenwere Gainesville.The Engineer :, road Company. WHAT WHEN
;Malcolm Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. student, will continue his studies I't' ,
Pfia' ly- -decorated r the oc1'ca.Sion"using t Dennis Fancher. ', ;! ">introduced by Mrs. Houpt j Auxiliary at the'Univ 'rsit 'of Flori- ,wedding will be an ning Wedding plans will be an-
icitchen adgets a-t j and she thanked \\"ho 1 28 at 8 o'clockin Cauff-.
those da, where he is chancellor of event of June nounced at a later date. AND WHEREMay
dcor: tions. The three card served on each committee and Elects Officers Hope Baptist Church at Warren.
!I' the Honor Court.
tables where bridge w<*s played Terry Barry HostessAt Edward
all who contributed in MY wayl Theressa. The reception Attend Fish FryMr.
were centered with red: Swim Party to the success of the break- For Ensuing Year Mrs. be held in the Theressa Community Reg- 17
and white checked towels and Lawson, Jr. Junior Woman's Club installation
fast. Mrs. Houpt also acted as The Center.No and Mrs. J. T. Quigley -

centered by salad bowls filled Miss Terry Barry was hostess -: :MC for the program due to the seventh of the Bradford annual general Coun- Honored At ShowerMrs. invitations: are being attended an out door fish din- banquet and dance,

with clothes pins, pot scrappers ; -j I at a swim party last Saturday absence: of the program chair- meeting held > sent, but all relatives and ner at the home of Mr. and 7:30: p.m., club house.

catsup and mustard con-,i from three to nine man, Mrs. C. L. Schoil. She ty Monday Hospital evening Auxiliary in was the St. W. E. Lawson, Jr., a .I friends of the couple are cor- Lake Mrs. W. A. Scott: in Gaines- May 20

tainers. clothes sprinkler and I o'clock ut the Barry cottageon took her place at the, launchingpad Mark's House with Mrs. A. F. I recent bride, was honered at dially invited to attend.DahmerGreen ville, Thursday evening May Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic -
measuring spoons. A focal Kingsley Lake. on the stage and beganthe of the I Temple
Garner, president, presiding.The .' a miscellaneous shower given 9th; the occasion being the
point was the cabbage man! The 25 teen-age guests en program by announcing the II at the home of Mrs. Jerry cheer! Scott's wedding anniversary.Other May 21
Auxiliary was gives -
t centering the buffet, which had' joyed swimming, skiing, boat- club theme for the pas year, by :Mrs. George prayer DeLaney.New Gay on Thursday evening day party I II guests present were Dr. BHS PTA installation, 8 p.

a shredded wheat hat, olive ing and a hamburger cook- "Educational .Countdown" and officers serving for the May 9. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Miss Brenda Greens, daughter -I I Lake i and Mrs. C S. Camel! and m. cafeteria.

nose, summer squash arm3, car-' out during the afternoon followed showing their creative achieve- coming year will be: president, Gay were Mrs. L. A. Canova, of Mr. and Mrs. S. I !I sons, Rickey, Alan and Peter.It May 23
rot legs and potato shoes. by dancing on the dock. ments. Each department chair- ,! was a most enjoyable occasion. BPW dinner and installa
Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Mrs. J. T.
A. Garner and
Mrs. F. ; vicepresident Greene of Macon, Ga.,
I During the evening bridge I tion. Garden Restaurant 7:30
Assisting with the party man responded to the countdown Lawson, Mrs. C. L. Cooper, refresh- ., :
Mrs. M. F. Hazen
; secretary -
was played by the 12 guests'!' were Dr. A. J. Barry, Fritz and the word was given Mrs. L. E. Andrews; Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. F. J. Frank Dahmer, son of Mr. and 'r p.m.

and, first prize was a sponge ij I Kramer. Mrs. C. L. Phipps, that everything was A-OK and corresponding-secretary, Mrs. Pellum :Mrs. Ewell Lawson.i Mrs. E. J. Dahmer of JackI -
mop, second prize, a paper tow-!' Elmer Hilburg and Miss Beverly the Satellite "Telstar-Ke" was I R. H. McIntyre; treasurer. Mrs. Jack Siemer, Mrs. M. L- I sonville, were united in mar-
el roll and holder and third l Patterson. put into orbit. The first picture 27 in Nahunta
I Mrs. George Anderson. Directors Lawson Mrs. P. T. Nolin and riage on :April -- ,
prize a dust pan. All the> and voice that was picked
: Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Linn. Ga. with Rev. R. L. Edgly of-
prizes' and gadgets were givento 1 Junior Club Dance up was that of :Mrs. Glofer who Lloyd Green and Mrs. Mattie I In the receiving line with ficiating.The .

the honoree later in the evening spoke to the club on "Tho Re- Gahagan.R. Mrs. Gay was the honoree,

The honoree' was also> The Junior Woman's Club'sponsibilities of a Club Woman. E. Edmondson, hospital I lovely in a pink and white bridegroom resided with

presented with, a white broom 1 will have their installation ." administrator, who was the j dress of delicate dacron and a his parents: in Starke before

from ,which-were attached picture banquet honoring past presi- "Telstar-Ke" also brought guest speaker announced the I gardenia corsage, and Mrs. W. i moving to Jacksonville severalyears

decorated paper sacks fill dents and dance Friday evening another important figure into new addition of the hospital i) E. Lawson, Sr.Arrangements. !' ago. !'

ed with the gifts from the May 17. at 7:30: o'clock the community, "Mrs. Kelly, was started in April and ,j; of pastel1 I The newlyweds will reside at' I1W

guests. at the club house. I I roonstar" (Ruby Johns) Who!1 planned opening in early 1964.j\. spring flowers were used,I 11320 Willow Branch Ave. in : ; (

claimed to be the woman whose:]He also thanked the Auxiliaryfor throughout the reception

Brain Waves were flashed ajcross I the thousands of volun- rooms and pastel colors were :i Jacksconville.I .
the Atlantic and back given'j also used on the refreshment i iI I
teer hours they have
again by the Relay Satellite to(| to the 10,220 patients to date, i j tatte. The crystal punch!'Wesleyan Guild Pnve It!

I test the possibility of a speedy, at the hospital. J bowl was surrounded with I,

international Diagnosis of During the evening Mr. Ed- maiden hair fern. An ice I]Has Pledge ServiceThe '

Brain Disorders. She came in mondson presented the awardsfor float centered with a pink ,I '

volunteer service as follows rosebud surrounded by other I Wesleyan Service Guild

Circle Four WSCS : gold bar for 400 accum- pink flowers floated on j met Tuesday evening in the i I I

I mulated hours' :Mrs. Birt Mc- spring cool lime punch. !, ]'Methodist ,Fellowship Hall for'I'II.L ;; j MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE I

Meets At LuncheonCircle Mains; 300 hours, :Mrs. A. F. The honoree was the recipient their pledge service and election -
j Garner; additional 100 hours, of many lovely and useful I

Four of the First Mrs. R. H. McIntyre and Mrs.J. .,i gifts from the gathered ; of officers. I I

Methodist Church had a covered | J. Kouba. For 100 volunteerhours guests. Mrs. C: R. Bradford, president SPORT

dish luncheon Tuesday I' served within one year,:' ] presided{ over the meet- j"

a gold pin: :Mrs. L. E. Andrews Alpha Nu Chapter ing. Mrs. ,Nelson ,Green, gavea -&
of last week at their last
I Mrs. Amy Coburn, Mrs. i report on the WSCS annual.
meeting of the year at the M. F. Hazen. Mrs. Walla Lip- i i Meeting Held conference.
I home of their chairman Mrs.'j sey. Mrs. Garl Mathews. and I Officers elected for the

Jack Eaves. Mrs. Vernon Smucker. Silver I Alpha Nu Chapter Delta coming year are: president,

E' k .- During the business meeting pins for accummulated 100 Gamma Society, met Friday 1 j Mrs. R. S. Mullins; vice-presi-j II "

- 4W \ i hours: Mrs. George Anderson I I, night at the home of Mrs.' dent_ Mrs. Alice Anderson; REG. 1.39 J I
j the officers their
t. : ____ gave and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. I Edna Hart. secretary, Mrs. Ruth Johnson;
nual reports. Mrs. H. H. i Ribbon awards for additional I I Miss Kathryn Epperson, treasurer, Mrs. G. L. Farber. ; I I
Adams, president of the WSCS president, presided. it was announced -
100 hours: Mrs. W. L. Blair During the social hour refreshments -

_- _- -- was special guest. Mrs. Glen I Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. J. D.I'. that the next meet-I were served by
Garrett gave the devotional 'ling would be a luncheon! QC I I
IN FLORIDA Doyle; Mrs., W H. Graham, Mrs. Farber and Mrs. Lonnie
and program on "Living I Miss Florence Jennings, Mrs. meeting honoring the members -' Harley.

l Christ" with Mrs. Harry Green George Miller Mrs. Bertha I retiring from the teach- : ;w'T.:

BEER IS A NATURALAs and Mrs. James Bloodworth Pearce and Mrs. Peggy Shal- ing profession. High School PTA

taking part. ler. Starke members presented a

natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from After the meeting, luncheonwas Hostesses for the, evening I program of portraits and I!i To Install Officers ; "

I which it is brewed beer Is Florida's traditional beverage of served from an attractively I were Mrs. J. J. Kouba, Mrs. I short biographies of the I ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY

moderation.light, sparkling, delicious. appointed buffet table cen- Donald Carter., Mrs. Lemuel Founders of the Society. Mrs. i The Bradford High School "

I And naturally Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to be a tered with an arrangement of Williams and Mrs. Vernon Muriel Norman showed movies : PTA will meet Tuesday evening ,- Handsome Plaids, Stripes and

major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For roses. and single red candle. Smucker. of some of the meetings f! at 8 o'clock ,the cafeteria I Fancy Patterns II All First

( example! ,the Brewing Industry is responsible for millions of The dining tables were centered .I and activities of the year. I j I for their installation of .. i' Quality

dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be ,with bud vases holding a i]Elks] SupperThe Starke members served as officers and yearly reports. ?
Cottar Permanent
made into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are single red rose. I hostesses. Mrs. Charles Darby will install I& ; I Stand-up ,

spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida, I Elks club will hold their I II the following officers: '4/,, ,, ?f Collar Stays -

beer belongs. .enjoy it. monthly dance Saturday eve- I president Mrs. A. N. HollidayJr. vLr; FullCutandRoomy .

ruE RIGHT POINT for the ning preceded by a covered Steno Notebook. Steno ]I .; vice-president, Mrs. Joei : 9 Sixes S, M, Li

way you write. Come In and dish supper commencing at 7 Ko-reet Type. Typewriter i Warren; treasurer, Mrs. Nor-
@ select your favorite ESTER- o'clock at the Elks ban. Members Pens, Typing Paper, Eraser, jnafi Willis; secnparfr: Mrs.

FLORIDA DIVISION BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- and wives are invited to Ribbons The TELEGRAPH./Ruth Johnson; and historian, I
GRAPH. Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr.
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4 'rf visitor of Mrs. O. J. Phillips I, diveer 'funeral in Jacksonville I II j I Mr. and Mrs. Jack'Sapp, Mr. I ing the see1. If you have bare .|I :OT1CK OF I1KIHI\C: .OV PETITION are unused recorded in Plat

AwYfEY and Danny who has just returned Tuesday.Mr. ; and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp, Mr. places in your yard, you might i i FOR CLOSING!! AND Book 2. Page 17. publ. records

% from Miami. I and Mrs. G. B. Reddish and Mrs. J. M. Sapp and son want to plant up just a little ''! ABIMIONMKXT: 01r l'SI'D Florida of being Bradford dosed
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. and childrep, and Mr. and all of New Smyrna ,Beach I COUNTY : bit. ''I PLATTKU M'HEETS IN CROs- a follows:
lIoore'l' WITH ( IIY HKK SMOKES 1. Portion*'or a 40 ft wide
87 Enxa. Chuck Renee and Mrs. Orin Reddish spent sev- and: Mrs. Lessie Barnett of .I ::
Blanchard street between Blocks 1
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todor and eral days this week at the Raiford.Mr. l1 ? t r.NPAID DELl : and 2 extending from
J I I Qt KNT: I T.\ 'H IUU: PKlf ON- 11 j I You will take notice that in
AAA..AHomecoming Jeff Torode of Gainesville G. B. Reddish cabin at Cedar and Mrs. Charlie Bur- YOUR :: AGENT, I AL PROPERTY TAXES |i iI I accordancemh the provisions West side of Lot 1

were dinner guests of Mr. and nett Sr. entertained with a :5 .M. I I I As provided by chapter :20724. of Section 336.09 through 336.12, through Lot !S I
will be observed Key.Mr. : ? ACtS of 1941 notice is hereby Florida ::Statutes a public hearing 2.! Portion of a :30 ft wide
at First Baptist Church Mrs. Tom Casey Sunday. I and Mrs. Ortha Collinsof fish fry at Dowling Lake Fri ; M1 given that intangible personal II will be held by the Boardof street between Blocks 2

'next Sunday Miss Arthurine Blanchardof i Miami and Herbert Kelly, day. Those enjoying the occa property taxes assessed for 1962 County Commissioners: of and 3 extending from
May 19. Everyone are now delinquent and begin Bradford County Florida in the West SIM or Lot 1
welcome. Jacksonville spent the week- U. S. Navy at Great Lakes sion with them were Mrs. ning with April 1st such taxes Courtroom of the Bradford through Lot S

.Time Correction end with Miss Enza Blanchard. : have been visiting their mother Mary Johns of Jacksonville, Are drawing interest at 1 per County Courthouse in StarKe, 3. Portion of a 30 ft. wide
cent per month plus the Florida street between Blocks <
proportionate on Tuesday, June 4,
On Saturday they visited their Mrs. Ada Kelly. Mrs. Bessie Steel Mr. and Mrs.
7:30: p.. m. is the time to cost of publishingthis 1963 at 10:00 o'clock A.M.: on and 4, extending from
p come to aunt, Mrs. John J. McLeod in I Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Jimmie Hilliard and childrenof notice. Unless the amounts the petition of T. 1(. Shade et al West side of Lot t
see Mississippi Melodyat 'I
a nursing home in Gainesville. Mrs. Lawtey Crews and Don- West' Palm Baech. Mrs. set opposite each name below which petition was spread upon through Lot S
the school auditorium pre- 'I.' I I are paid before the twenty- the minutes of a meeting of 4. Portion of a 30 ft. wids
sented by 7th and 8th Oscar Carter and Carl ald Connor were business visitors Ada Kelly and Mrs. Bell Mc- i I. fourth day of May. 1963 tax executions said Board of County Commissioners street between Block -4
grades I will issue thereon and held on May 7, 1963. requesting and 5, extending fr, :.
[Bub] Carter left Sunday for in Jacksonville Monday. Cormack of Raiford.
of Lawtey Junior High Schoolon I be delivered to the sheriff for that said Board close West side of Lot )
Friday evening May 17. Hot Springs, where they expect -I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Register Mrs. Rosa Sapp entertained levy upon any property, real 'I and abandon these portions of through Lot 8.

'Admission to spend ,two weeks just and children of Lake i at her home Sun'day with a ByGeorge personal or mixed belonging to unused platted streets hereinafter All Interested parties may ..n
: adults 50c students I the and be heard at the
taxpayer. for unpaid taxes. I dt' 'ribt'd. and renounce pear tune
250.Church resting. I City were Sunday guest of I picnic dinner.; Guests were Mr. T. penalties and additional costs. and diclaim any right of and place above tpeoifiod.

4 Schedule Sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. i and Mrs.. Albert Sweat and HugginsWHY : The names of delinquent intangi- !i Bradford County, Florida and I Dated this May 7. 1963 .
I : ble personal the BOARD OF COrXTY CO1IM1SSIOXKRS
I in
i property taxpayers public and to the land
Grace Methodist: Church M. L. Turner in the loss of his i iI j I j I Miss Beth Dobbs returned j daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe J and the amount of taxes, in-I i I lying within said portions of 'I OF BRAf1

School i mother who passed away', home with them for a few Forsyth, Mrs. Effie Nettles all luding the cost of advertising ,'I, unused platted streets; said portions FORD COUNTY. FLORU'A
9:45: and Worship 11 i I and penalties are as follows: of unused By CHARLES A, DAR1W
I|I platted streets
"' Thursday of last week. day of Lake Butler Mack Sweat TOBACCO ACREAGE done and will catch
a. m., Evening Service 8 p. m., on.! Virginia W. Smith 3.83 i being described as follows: Clerk of said Be* a
M. Y. F. each Wednesday 8 Monday luncheon guests of Mrs. Harold Yarborough I and daughter, Patsy, Mrs.' CONTROL? Because tobacco j jj Mrs. H. V. Knight took the ,I Emett K. Ferryman 29.51 Portions of four (4) streetsin (Official 'Seal)

'' P. in. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pearce and daughters, Shyron Sheila Drew Sweat and daughter,:j farmers are doing' a good production j!i initiative a few days ago and I J.Tax R.Collector Kelly. Cro.sby Lake :Shores which I It &-9

First Baptist: Sunday School were Mrs. Q E. Crews of Lake ,I and Sonia visited her, parents, Ramona. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell'' job. By doing this, moved 4 or 5 palm trees to Bradford County. Florida
Butler. Mrs. Minnie L.e RobInson i i Mr. and Mrs. Odom in Glen- more tobacco is beiiig produced I It 5-16 AMBULANCE
10 a. m., Worship 11 a. m., f Allen and son, Larry of Fort our Fair Grounds. Just these
of Knoxville, Tenn. ville, Ga., over the weekend. than Is being used. -
Training Union p. m.. Wor- I White and Mr. and Mrs. Lar' few palms change the firs;I I \OTICE 964.2600
Tobacco this'
Mrs. Morell demons of Miami Mrs. Bessie Sapp entertained growers yearare
.'ship 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting I i impression you get when :you I op FKOPIUTY: DlSPOS\L
each Wednesday 8 p. m., Y.- and Mrs. Cebe Harris of at her home Mothers Day i j ry McMannus and baby of! being urged to put emphasis look in that direction. Bob''' Sealed bids will be received DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Starke. with a luncheon. Guest were We born. on quality so that ,the up to and not later than 10:00
W. A. first and third Tuesday I I I Mclntire has seeded Pensacola ; A.U.Iay: 22nd in the Business
possibility of export trade
8 p. m., Junior G. A. first and Honor RollApril1st I Bahia on the grounds and this' Office, Florid State Prison, DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
might increase. The jobs to I Raiford, Fla. for the following
0 third Tuesday just after Grade: Kathy Casey TTWTVTVVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTNEWS will' begin' to show results after listed items. Starke Fla.

school, Intermediote G. A. Glennette Crews, Judy Redding : OF INTEREST TO COLORED consider now are good: cultivation -1 there has' been enough 2104 Ibs. M/L Exposed X-Ray' ,
practices insect and ; Film in envelopes
second and fourth Monday 8 Debra Starling, Debbie !moisture to bring the seed up.| Bid forms and conditions may RENTAL SERVICES

p. m. Youth Meeting every starling. Timmy Cole, David CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy irrigation.disease control, and proper i Zedra Hamilton challenged' be obtained_ from the above office I Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches

other Devore, EddY' Dyal, Chuck i Bob to do this
: Saturday 8 p. m. American tobacco meets I job by donat- 5-9 2t 5-16 I'
Friends are pleased to know Norton and Linda Allen. ( Elizabeth Givens) j

that Mrs. w. A. 2nd Grade: Debbie Davis I strong competition in markets I '
Fox is at
Al A r A A I&AA&AAAAAAAAAAA.----, .._---w A A A A A A A I A A t A 4 a a a of Canada, Rhodesia, and In-
home recovering nicely after Debha Dyal Avis Ellis Peggy _

.. several weeks in hospital. Griffis. Hyta Johnson. Penny Thurston SchoolRemembers ter, Mrs. J. S. MitchelL She I I dia. We have good trade relations I
and in
Students of Lawtey Junior Massey. Nancy Norton. Mar- !' Our :May activi- I was honored at a Mothers Day these countries possibilities if producea : I
High garet Smith. Daryl Hilliard, ties program will be an event I Barbecue on Sunday at the
Sche&l are enjoying their
good quality product. Quality -i
annual visits to different and Wayne Testo ., of May 22, 10:30 a. m. there i home of Mrs. Hattie Easley,
is the key to keeping these''
points of interest. On Tuesdaythe 3rd Grade: Shelia Norman, will be a softball game between Lincoln City. Those attendingwere
relations During the few
4th Delores Sapp. Bubba: Bennett. _R. J,E. and C. C. Ander- Mrs. Lizzie Peterman
grade accompanied by years our exports have decreased
their teacher joey Bennett, and Larry son Junior High School. There Mrs. G. Putman, Mrs. Hattie ,
Mary because the quality of
Brown. will be many other activities.Do Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford I ,
Faulkner I
J. C. Tye, Mr*. our tobacco has not been superior -
H. E. Priest and Mrs. Charles 4th Grade: Wayne Bennett, not forget, the R. J. E. Chandler, Mrs. Dessie Flowers, I to theirs.

Sapp in Lynn Boch, Jerry Test n, Band under the direction of Mrs. Omanda: Chandler. i
were St. Augustine for MILLET PLANTING TIME
the Wanda Holloway and Joy Mr. L. B. Monroe is 'Tops"" RJE Honor Roll I
day. Thursday the 9th is here if you are interested
Sapp. I Come hear, and see. Mrs. S.
grade spent the day as Gold- 1st Grade-Rodney Holland,I in a summer grazing crop
5th Grade: Mike Norman. C. Prise I Teacher.
4. head Branch with their teacher I 1 Sylvia Hampton, Terry Wil that will give you more green
I Marcella Hardee Scott Annual Fashion Show
Kathy ,
Mrs. Tisdale, Principal C. hams Grenda Thompkins,
I feed than any thing else you
M. Clark and Mrs. J. C. Reginia Gladleux. Janet Sapp. i The Annual Fashion show of Mary Covington Alvin DeSue
Tye. ; can plant now. There are ,
,. Friday the 5th grade with Donna Lamb, Gregory Dyal, the Home Economics Depart- Gloria Mosley, Vivian DeSue, only two varieties for you to 1igj( I
Lamar Johnson. Margaret ment of R. J. E. High School
their teacher Mrs. Joyce Futch, Martha DsSue Sylvester Lott. consider. One is Starr and the ;
Starling. Mary Fugatt, and will be presented on Sunday
Mrs. Ralph Wise and Mrs. Patty Morris,_Pattie Mitchell, other is Gahl, These are improvements -i
Joe Lamb visited Stephen Foster Paul Crawford.6th afternoon at 3 o'clock. May Katrina Coleman. Cheryl over the old cat- ; P

Memorial at White I Grade: Connie Eunice. 19, Mrs. Elisha Burke, better Cummings. Claretha Griffin, tail millet that has been used %%$
Craig Padgett and Diane Tes- known [Burkee] of cq't
as '
so Each of these
Springs. They all had a grand Wanda Lensey, Aaron Holly. 1 many years.
time. ton. II I|I| BS, will narrate the show. 2nd Grade-Levy Lennon. newer ones will,give you more :

J Orville Bumgarner attended 7th Grade: Kay Brewer. I Do not miss this affair, you Alfred Lindsey. Clarence Price i green foliage, will keep coming _
Bonnie Rosier Sharon Tatum, will fashions of all dis-
Ihe District Laymen Meeting j see Joan Dean, Carneela Williams. I back after grazing and _
Charles Norman. Mike Crawford I! criptions for Spring and Sum- will last all summer if
:at Camp Montgomery last 3rd Grade-Cleve Morris, you 8'higff

week. Patsy Miller, Shirley !, mer, even a few beautiful Cynthia Broxton, Gloria Cov properly graze them and add *
Clark Brenda Jones, and Bet- suits and coats for the Winter a little fertilizer as needed. &
:._ Johnnie Sapp who is spending ington, Denise Jackson, Char- !
some time with Mr. and ty Jo Sapp. season. Admission Free! Come ley Wright.7th Alilet can be planted broadcast ;

8th Grade: Linda Brassell, out and 'bring your friends. Grade-Anthony DeSue, or in rows suitable to the I' :
Mrs. C. -1'1
A. Pfcarce visited his
n.. Jeanette Griffis Diann Lang Mrs. O. W. George, Teacher. J/f:.. '
cultivating width of _
Linda Dinkins Nathan your
....,father R. W. Sapp in Jack-
'' onvIlle. Annie Barnes, and Bobby Pat- Annual Sermon Reed, Mary Searcy, Willie B. tractor. If you plant in 36 .

Rev.' and Mrs. Croft. son and rick. The Annual Sermon will be Scott, .Carolyn Taylor, Ralph inch rows, 10 or, 12 pounds of ; '. .

daughter were Sunday dinner 9th Grade: Carolyn Crews. delivered by Rev. W. M. Fer- Byrd, Shirley Brown Nathaniel seed will plant one acre. As I

Gertrude Cruce, Karin Lee, gurson, pastor Mt. Pleasant Jones, Cynthia Clark. you narrow the planting row, I .'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Pearce. Teddy Brwan. Jeffrey Floyd. Methodist Church, Gainesville. Clarence DeSue, Mitcheal Lev- the seeding rate will increase'

Carl Carrol of Miami was Larry Gladieux, and Johnny! Sunday May 26, in R. J. E. erson. up to about 25 pounds per

a Tye. Cafetorium. Every one is invited 9th Grade-Shirley Brown, acre if you broadcast or use s*
visiting his brother-in-law and -.
to attend. a drain, drill. Millet will .... '- J of : :
Mary Ann Chandler. Gloria rev I : '
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Garland fYYYrYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYRAIFORD I .1, ,; 4 r"
Norman during the week. Church News Davis, Shirley Ann Lewis, Ivan spond well to 400 pounds of ; ,' ;, ;

Mrs. George R. Summerlin Greater Bethelham ,FreeWill McCollum, William Lane. 10-10-10 per acre.

of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church, Rev. 8th Grade-Shuley Brown, CLEAN UP PAINT UP- ,

( E. W. Williams and Donnie of Louis McKay. pastor. Marion Jenkins. Mary Cummings j FIX UPdig'uppick up-

Wellborn visited the H. E.Prest LAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAOur Service began with Sunday Yvonne McCummum, pile up and haul it off! Our :

school at 9:45: with Mack Maxine Odum, Velma Peek, local\ Jaycee Organization is
: i family Wednesday. Mrs.
pastor Rev. Joe Mc-
tf ,
... Lee, supt. in charge. At 11:00a. : Zephaniah Lane. sponsoring this. county-wide
Summerlin Is Mrs. Priest's Cullough brought a wonderful
I .. Fellowship hour 10th Grade Benjamin program 'tobegin Wednesday, Saturday Po M. MAY 25
w:sister and Mrs. Williams is a message Sunday. He and his m. was ....
22. This is
*,..,niece. wife and five children came carried out at Mt. Nebo Baptist Franklin, Cleveland Davis, that May will the a program < ,-.
in South Starke.At Minnie Moore Winifred Sher- need appreciation
Mrs. O. J. Phillips attended to Raiford Friday They all church ; "
...., the funeral of Mrs. Elva Sulli- came into the church by let 5:30: p. m. Y. P. C. L. was man, Hayward Randolph, Eu- i and efforts of all the peo- ,

: in Theressa. carried out by the vice 'president gene Strong, James Houston, pIe in our county. If we selecta :
:yan ter. Mr. and :Mrs. Albert Stafford OLD STARKE HOTEL VACANT LOT
slogan like
I ; (
tfta Visiting Mrs. Lois Carter by profession of faith. Mack Lee in charge. At Sylvester Covington. '
7:30 the Women Home Mis- Pierce Elizabeth Crum.
=Saturday and Sunday was Mrs. Mary Freeman receiveda BRADFORD

w... itss Debby Phillips of Jack- corsage for being the oldest sion was carried on by Mrs. 11th Grade Gwendolyn BEAUTIFUL": ,
konville. Sarah Prince. Weekly meet- Robinson, Clifton Strong, and everybody gets into the'' INVALUABLE
mother at church
-o ings: Monday night choir no. Queen Moore, Janie Scott, spirt of the program we will !
; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter Mrs. Albert Stafford for having see a big difference. The best 1.100 PRIZES
.- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter the most children present 1 rehearsal, Tuesday night Ruby Revel, Barbara Hanker- i
place to start is in
: and Brenda, Jerry Wither,Mrs. and Mrs. Iris Griffis for be- I Faithful Few club will meet son Charles Hamilton, Jimmie back yard. Do a little our clean-own I I

Beulah Norman and ion Mrs. ing the youngest mother pres- i Wednesday night prayer meetIng Brown, Betty Tucker. ing up at home then show .

:..Lois Carter... Carl Carrol and ent. The pastors wife and Mrs. ; Thursday night choir no. 12th Grade-Gloria Cum your neighbor what have : ,
2, and the Ladies circle will mings, Betty Crum, Mary Per-
I son and )!r. and Mrs. Garland Charlie Burnett who had 5 -

:h, Norman enjoyed a fish fry at children present ale receiveda meet, Friday night Prayer due, Mae Bright, James Mr. Mathews i
Lockloosa Lake. corsage. Band will meet in the homeof Franklin' B. T. Marshall, Rob- GET YOUR LUCKY

On Monday Miss Mine Bo- Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade Mrs. Sara Prince. Mrs. Re- ert Wade, Oretha Hamilton, ,

zard of St. Mathews, S. C, and had as Sunday guest Mr. becca Allen, Reporter. Floria Hudson Sandra Long, Services Held 1 '

t Mrs. Bob Thomas and daughter and Mrs. Harvey Lenox and Allen Chapel Church Rev.L. Mary Dell.Jehovah's Witnesses. John D. Mathews, 83, resi- \ AUCTION DOLLARS

t Pam of Orangeburg, S. C. i daughter Debbie of Jackson- A. Sampson, pastor. Regu- ,
dent of Starke for the past
will be three conventions
will be observed "It
lar pastorial day
are spending the week with vile and Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
27 died at his home here'
I two for the United years ':
Sunday beginning with instead of (Dollar For Dollar
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren. I ter Whithey of High Springs. ? Monday following an extended )
( Mrs. Victor Appleby and Miss Beth Dobbs and Mrs. Sunday School at 9:4: $ with States this year, Willie E. illness. j I

n* daughter Beverly Jacksonville Don Newmans were business supt Miss Fannie Bell Fra- McCollum, presiding ministerof Mr. Mathews born in L
r Beach and Marvin War- visitors, in Gainesville Friday. zier In charge. Morning serv- the Starke Congregation 'of Moultrie- Ga. November 17, :; When making Purchase at

ren and little Miss Lynn were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison. ice will be held at: 11:00 a. m. Jehovah's Witnesses, announced -
1879 the son of the late
; Mother's Day dinner guests i Jr. of Palatka were guest of At ;3 p.: m. the choir,; union last night.the This came as as a Thompson, A. and Mary Jane !: ; ,1-7; any Cooperating Starke
to congregation
will be held at Mt. Zion Law surprise ,
of the Warrens.Mr. their Mr. and Mrs.
I parents Williams
,Mathews. He was a :
and Mrs. George_ Last- Cecil Addison Sr. of Heilbronn tey. Rev. G. A. Grir 1Inage, ment McCollum from read the the WatchtowerBible announce- member of the Pine Hill Congregational I Store. Then use them top
service will
inger are spending the week Springs and Mr. and Mrs. pastor. Evening Methodist Church I -

with Hattie Darley Miss.Slnna, Theodore Rosier of Rail ord, be held at 6:00 p. m.'with Rev. vention and Tract Society, con- and a' retired building con- i bid at Auction on
I L A., Sampson in charge. sponsors.
Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. over; the weekend. tractor. i .
"Milwaukee: has been addedto
Hiram Bennett and children. Mrs. Earl Dobbs spent a few Death and Funeral : ,
New York and Los Angeles," Surviving is his wife, Clara : May 25th
They all spent the day with days last week visiting her Funeral rites for the late Roberts Mathews of Starke; I .
j:McCollum said. "This became
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn, and son children in Lake City. Mr. Homer Williams who died lone daughter, Mrs. Dorothy -
due to limited faci-
and Lonnie Prescott in Mid- Mr. and Mrs. Orip Reddish, Thursday ,May 9, will be held necessary j Warren of Starke; one son

dleburg Saturday. And attended ,Sr"lad as guest Tuesday their Saturday May. 18, 2:00 at :lities in New York. Theo O. Mathews of Ft. :
to McCollum the
Homecoming at Long daughter Mrs. DqWitt Crews Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. majority According of the congregationwill Meade, Florida; one brother, Grand PrizE 1275$ Freezer

Branch Baptist Church Sun- and son, Craig of Jacksonville.Mr. The First Born Church of be traveling to New York George A. Mathews of Tampa; :

day.Pete and Mrs. Robert Lee the Living God. Elder Flax for the 8-day gathering which four sisters: Mrs. Ada Gran- :

Schunk of Michiganand Cason of Jacksonville visited Howard, pastor is sponsoringa thum of Perry, Mrs. Della
will be held July 7-14 in Yankee
brother EdSchWlk their mother Mrs Alice Ca- singing the 4th Sunday Moore of Jacksonville, Mrs. '

of Inglewood were calling on I' son and other relatives over night May 26. The Gospel 125,000 Stadium.Is expected A crowd for the of,i i j Bessie Hogsted of Starke, Mrs. (See Prizes on Display at Starke Hardware Company)

old friends here Sunday af- the weekend.Mr. Crusaders of Jacksonville will New York I Jannie Williams of Winter .. '.

ternoon.. They were residents and Mrs. L. D. Dobbs of be appearing. Every one is Invited meeting. Haven, and six grand- W

here for several reat's.Mother's .' Gainesville were visiting rela- to attend this wonderfulsing. vention This will in be Yankee our sixth Stadium con-:: children and four great grander YOUR AUCTION DOLLARS at the FOLLOWING% STORES

Day guests of Mr. tives here Sunday.Mr. All Singing groups are children.
since 1950 McCollum
and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins were and Mrs. Elmer Wallace I invited to come. Time is 8 pointedout I Funeral services were held :

MI', and Mrs. Jim Burton of visited his parents. Mr. and p. m. Reporter ZephoniahLane. "Following the New York I I II in the Pine Grove Congregational BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE STARKE HARDWARE CO.
gathering "we
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Wallace at Fort I i Methodist Church :4 ,

Horace Dinkins ot Waldo. Mr. White Sunday Dell Chapter Eastern, Star will begin around a the series world.,of conventions There-,I Tuesday afternoon with Rev. p !:-' :.J- CARP'S BULLINGTON'S STUDIO

and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert John Janie S. Mitchell. Worthy Elmer Mercer and Rev. Lorenzo -

David of St.'Augustine and Mr. son of Jacksonville were the Matron of Dell Chapter No.I willbe&22 in all which will take! Griffis officiating. Burial RIEST'S AND APPLIANCES
some 550 delegates from the'United 5c TO $1.00 STORE
and Mrs. Charles Dinkins of Mothers Day guest of her I 168 OES has called all members _- : I followed in the family plot ,
States and Canada to :2'
Starke, mother, Mrs. Alice Cason and I of the Chapter to be present ,in the Pine Grove Cemetery ; ;"'
Europe Asia Australia Philip-i EAGLE'S DEPT. STORE BOTTOM DOLLAR
Reddishand .
Mr. and'Mrs.! Roy Grandmother Dowling, Thursday at 7 p. m. at the j'! under the direction of DeWitt
: 'pines, Hawaii and back to the i!
granddaughter Linda Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. C. Jones Funeral Home of
Reddish spent Sunday with and children of Hawthorne Annual election of officers will :United States for the Los Angeles -!; Starke. STUMP'S DEPT. STORE WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE

Mrs. V..R.- Reddish.- '}.Irs. Logan -, were Thursday guest of their j! be held. All persons delinquent J' convention in just sixtylayL" ,':

Baldwin of Starke and :I mother, Mrs. Mary Freeman.t in local dues can not hold of- j : -|I SUMMER SCHEDULEOF NASWORTHY'S FURNITURE ,DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Farris FlemIng fice. We are asking all mem- I II J MASSES

Joined them at dinner Sunday. : and Mr. and Mrs. Ru- bers to pay up their dues.J. THE RIGHT POINT for the I Father Cornelius Doughertyhas AND APPLIANCES SLADE GAS Of Starke

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker -1 dolph Fleming and daughter. S. Mitchell. W. M. Rev. D. way you write. Come In and I announced the, following '. .

and sons of Lake City were I Barbara of Lake City were I Dell. W. P.% select jour favorite ESTER- summer schedule of masses: ", LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT SHOP STARKE RECAP CO.

visiting Mrs. A. H. Harley Sun the Sunday guest of the E. Visiting St., Edward's.,fitarke-Sun- '

day afternoon. W. Thompkins. Mrs. Eliza Williams of BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- day, 10 am. '.'* ,t DHMER'S DISCOUNT HOUSE CO. TELEGRAPH
Miss Debby Phillips of Jacksonville Mrs. Alice Cason and Mrs. Montgomery Ala. is spendingtwo GRAPH. -St. WilliaJ 1's,, KeystoneHeightsSuaday8:30

t was Friday, overnight:Bessie Sapp attended the'Van- J weeks with her daugh- : am. '


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Behind Seabreeze : Brooker Upsets

!iI i Terrelfs Cliilf} :

BHS Trackmen Take 2nd iI iI i I I I Garden Leads

I -
I I Brooker came from Ijishincf

f i ; to blast Terrells, Gulf 34 -i2 in

In Class A State Meet i I \ F 'Men's Softball play on. frhurs-
1 .
!! day ni?ht. *
1I Terrells Gulf led roqker

I I by the score of 12 to 91/ going
David Hurse'sTornado j
: I I into the 7th Inning. IpookerI
cam I lovely t I I batted in the.top half Jf that!
L close but lost to Seabreeze .
Four- inning and came' \ :25!
r 38-37 in their attempt to II I at 7:00 ,I runs on 17 hits up'f1t.1.
7 bring home a third state I J every- were home runs. J '

Class A cinder champion- I and ,I In the first game {1 of the

ship in a meet run last Golf I 1 night Natural Gas defeated

Saturday on the University coffee Independents 13 to 8. IOn f

of Florida track in -L kJ: Tuesday May 7j Garden

I Gainesville.The o'clock I- I :i'' : Restaurant defeated : Terreljsi

TornadQes lost the in a L -a _- : _, I __ ___ ____ _:. !i Gulf 12 to 2. Brooker (tdefeated-
I championship by 1 point or .3 The -- Lawtey at Brooker 131-12.
Lawtey Team I In nightfs.:action
of a second, when they failed Coca-Cola Team' Friday

by that margin to gain a first I were Garden Restaurant i defeated

or second place in the mile relay I Ocala Johns Oil Wins 16-12 Over Starke BuildersIn I Independents 21. to 151 in the

the final of the : in line first game with Natural[ Gas
day.fThe I _
3:29.3 to I made a I Little League action on Schedule Fla. Pest Control at Starke. defeating Lawtey L8! to 3 in
Tornadoes ran a : | I
take third in the event: Speedster Freeman Register, fastest man on the Tornado win Monday, Johns Oil won over Thursday, May 16-Raiford Tuesday May 21-Raiford vs.: the second game.STA."DIXGS '

behind Christopher place Columbus|I track squad, crosses the finish line in the State Meet in I three Starke Builders Supply in a\vs. Johns ,Oil Co.. at RaifordStarke; Builders Supply. I .W L Pet.,
to Jer- game which lasted only) four Starke Thursday May 23 Coca-
Builders'Supply vs. Fla Restaurant 7 1 .875
.Miami at 3:28.5.: Seabreeze Gainesville Saturday as Starke bet a record in the 880'ardreI
Ger- innings 16-12. The winning I Cola vs. Fla. Pest Control. I Gulf { 5 2 .714,
Pest Control
was out of the race at that )'. The new record i* 1:30.5, six tenths of a second better i
1 pitcher was Tommy Seimer Friday : Oil; 5- 3 .625
point since they did not enter than the old' record. The time was also.a Bradford High School i who needed relief help from I Friday, May 17-Coca..colacompany vs. 7starke Bu.Ddersl Natural Brooker Gas 4 3 .571

the event. record by .'7 of a sec lId. 'Jay Roy Chasteen. Larry Nor-I vs. Johns Oil Company. Raiford ,
tourna Supply; Lawtey vs. at TndeneI den 3 2 6 .250'
Going into the event Starke I man was the loser. The big Monday, May 20-Lawtey vs.Raiford. 0SCHEDULE 8.000
so I :
had 31 points to Seabreeze's for first place at 2:03: flat. Had, three badly needed points. I
; .
hitters for Johns Oil were Greg
second' the Tornadoes won that \ never thought he could -
38. and an eight point
Nichols who went two for four
I to ,
place finish would have given they would also have won off the ground," Coach en- ; Tuesday Maya.;
them the crown. I meet since that would have 'I commented. is our and Tommy Tally two for Terrells Gulf vs. Independents
three. the Builders '
I legated the first place Tornado, miler Hal :
The Crabs' Scott Hager was .
the the I breeze team to second finished eighth and 1 'Supply hitting attack were 1. Brooker vs. Natural Gas. 'at
'big reason they won of'Mike Rhoden and Mike Hewett| '
title. Hager erased the pole the event. I of the money because of a Brooker
Starke who tooth had two hits in three
vault mark of Palatka's Fritchy' The Tornadoes got into foot too painful to!I Wed. May 15-make up game-
and trips to plate.In
Smith with a 13' 4 W' soar andtied record breaking with 1: I[ on. I : the Terr 1Js Gulf vs. Breaker. at
game on Tuesday,
the high hurdles record I the 880-yard relay !: the sprint medley and! I II day ![Starke Builders Supply squeezed -! Brooker
with a 14.6 effort enroute to the old record of 131.1: mile relays were Bradford I II 'I Thursday May 16-
I j for- past Coca-Cola 4-3. MikeHewett _
three victories. His other first 1959 by Gainesville. The" I I School records. The medI -I
I I in 1 went all the way on the Garden Restaurant vs. Law'
place, which made him the team was composed of team of Gardner, Terrell:i i I
I i ii i mound and appeared to be on 1
meet's only triple winner, was !j Terrell; Gene Pass, Tom Dugger, and Ut'nej I I teyTerrells
i the 1 his way to a no-hit game but Gulf ,vs. .NaturalGsa
a 20.6 in the low hurdles. He 'ner, and Freeman :j I knocked two seconds off'I
I : no , ' also tied for third in the high |!! Starke's Register 'also ,, old school record with their:I enjoyed !'lined 1 a one out single in the

' jump and ran the anchor leg j I the 100-yard dash in 10.1. : flat. The mile relay team:I whole last inning to spoil the no-hit '. .1 Friday }May 17

on the Crab's sprint medley I also anchored the mile ', Dowling, Larry Craw I gem. There were only four 4.- .:. '- I Independents vs. Lawtey at

relay team which tied Starke j t team, making a gallant and"I i Dugger, and Register- ,I 1.hits in the entire game and the .' -- ;. : <" o' Lawtey

as he gave the Tornadoes [, the old school standard mem- only extra base rap was a1 I _., '- .. ':--.r.- ... R .I. Brooker vs. Garden Restau

victory in their heat : set in 1959 by. 2.7 sec-' Asso double by Builders Supply cat-' :.{):::. \1" ..- ", ,i ... ... rant.
come-from-behind 50.5 ,| even though it was good cher Robbie Smith in the first .I
and he' ran the 330 on only a third place in the I ; .
i inning.In Batter Up! Griffis, ,Starke son, Kenneth
sprint medley.
I meet. action Wednesday Lawtey. Doyle, May 13. .
Tom Gardner also
rounds out a long hard
f J Starke four I II won over Florida Pest Control Charlene Hardy gets all set to belt out a homerun backed Dr. and .Mrs. Herbert S h-
unexpected ; for us, Coach Hurse said I 9-2. Mike Crawford went all '
: I by an enthusiastic, cheering Section the' ween Raiford, a daughter May
in I as newly organized -
the shot as he finished "The boys were very : the for ) .
way Lawtey picking up ,
ond with a heave of 50' 3". I'I as was I, and', : '' the victory, John Warren} Women's Softball League started. practicing. last Saturday 14.

I also ran two fine relay ;i'. already looking forward| !'! [pitched /all.the way for the Pest'''I Left to right: Nellie Prescott' Margie Schaefer, Nona

on the half mile and I winning the state next;,,' Control. Both pitchers struck!I Schaefer:,Ruby Howell Ann Varnes, and Hardy at the bat.

medley. j I ." i: : has out nine men each. The big gun'] .
Pole vaulter Lynwood Seabreeze and. I : I in Lawtey's offensive attack I Recent Births announces the following births:
May {I
Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Dock-
ers, hampered severly ;' in the running were'! for:' Charles Smith who scored .
I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. C. Quim-1'! Starke, daughter Julia
sprained thigh, was able Columbus. 31;' : three runs. In the ery a ,
!' :I I offensive. by HI of Richmond, Va. are:Anna, May 8.
off the
get ground only burg, 23; Haines City, 13; department of the Florida Pest
times but got 12 feet. to 11 Turkey Creek upon announcing the birth of a son,; :Mr, and Mrs. Henry Richard
; ; Control John Warren had three I 1 t
,his team a third place ; and Bolles, 9. I national to join''hits'in three trips to the plate Cornelius "Ledyard, born ,Apr.,Hall, Starke, a daughter, Sheila .... -
-- i 30. Mrs. Quimby is the former':Marie, :May 10. I
and Steve Kirkland had two
[ -li Adele Scholl, of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Lara-I
in our hits in two trips. !
more Starke, a son, Leon Timothy -
visiting I I In Little League action on
Distorted expressions on the I Mr. and Mrs. Johns May 10.
9 Tommy
[ May' the Lawtey Little,I
faces of BUS trackmen Gene I L' in'Starke.'t asy{;]League team dropped Johns Oil)of Jacksonville are announcingthe Mr. and_ Mrs. James 3!. Par-,(I Command Gravely PowerTerry's

Pas!* (middle), ulio just finisht'd -, w asked';;|'8-6 in six' innings. The winning birth of a 'son born May I rish, Lake Butler, a daughter,! Saw Shop
I the anchor leg of that Cynthia Priscilla, 10.
demon- ]piteheI'i'vas Tex Patrick who 13 at Baptist.Memorial Hospital. -! May
sprint medley, and Ken Terrell by dis- went all the way, allowed six" Mrs. John is the former I Mr. and :Mrs. Mallie I. Todd,I I No.2

Tornadoes, who ran tied the Seabreeze 220 leg. The furl I I ( United,,'hits, and truck out nine. The IJ ckie'.Colley: of Starke. Lake Butler, a daughter, Sandra -| 2022 N. E, 23rd Blvd.

homes i]losing pitcher was Bill Adams May 12. I II II Gainesville Phone: -372- 383
first place at 2:03. I Bradford&ty
: who went, all .the way striking Hospital I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Doyle
Out thirteen. The frig hitter I
for Lawtey'was Mike Crawford

Match who went two for three. In

Johns Oil hitting departmentBill I
Held May 9
Adams went 2 for 3. |

I On Thursday, Gary Hamilton] ,,
The Nine-Hole Golf A- -
led Florida Pest Control to a : "4
Round met in Ocala May 9, I 'I. .
12-6. victory over Raiford at _
for their first tournament. Six ::
a new '
I -- I Raiford. Hamilton collected : ; j
cities including DeLand. ,
.. >
u n d er !three of 'the six Pest Control .
; BuS gridders take part in their first spring.
Fruitland.. .Inverness," Ocala, mil .
: I Palatka and Starke participated. ternoon under the watchful eye of Coach David a hits.On '
May 10, Coca-Cola beat It
Whites 126. enlist '
Raiford in three. innings 18-0. I.
Fourteen ladies from Starke I ,;;' '
I .
The winning pitcher was David :: 'is
entered tho tournament which
2nd the _
; Spring Scrimmage Williams and the loser 'Mark| .
\ 'f
was played with handicaps. mini- ;
Cummings. the offensive
Those who won prizes of .", !i\,
I BHS Football Coach David dule two night scrimmages before -, department for Coca merchandise were as follows: to men
Hurse said this week that a school ends. He said he: Richard Williams and Wayne
A Second Low Gross, '
Group '
B ''I second spring football scrim'!might invite the graduating; : who. .Black had two hits in three) .- .- \
Mrs.: Jerry Evciett; Group I service, I 4 -
mage has been scheduled for'seniors to play one game with !Strips. The only two hits for
First Low Gross,
in the :
this Friday afternoon at 3:30.: his squad. ,Raiford were singles by John :
Epps; Group' C-Second Low I' They 1
Gross. Shirley Johns. The teams, however, will not, Starting members of the mili Bowers and Dean Bennett | i ::1 :

Golf balls were awarded for be the same as last week.. Last White team this week are : ; 'Standing W L Pet.] -.i. ., ;
the closest to the pin on the Friday in the first scrimmage j Wayne Hersey, LE; James Tally ; Lawtey 4 1 .800{ T ':' '
I Fla. Pest 4 2 '. :,. .i, .
.Reds defeated the Whites' .666] : PW
the Leon LG ; ;
approach on the 14th and LT; Thomas, ; David ; ,
I com Coca-Cola 4 3 .570.
8th holes. Gertie McRae was ,112-6. I Loper, C; Don Thornton, ; Guard :
j Johns Oil 33 :
hole. Hurse said he hopes to sche- ; .500:i ;
winner of the 8th
-- |'RG; Jeff Warren, RT; Jim ; ; Co., I Starke Bldg. 3 3 .500: t _

'Bowling, RE; Don Falcon q};I "Try ,Raiford 0 6 .000: L

Air Condition Now! Larry Noegel, LH; Mickey Ag-: prior V ) : r ;

Stalnaker Wins
BHS with

Sets TourThe I FFA FarmMechanics SO NICE TO COME HOME
Air ConditioningEngineered for an ; TO. .
fa It is Award .>J
To Fit Your Needs Bradford High School es-, f.f.r.Y'l.! ELECTRIC ..

"WHOLE HOUSE COMFORT"BROVN'S chorus, directed by Miss' Jane I Air !1 Wayne Stalnaker of Brooker I ,

: Silcox, wiU tour: all countyschools I rail!; a senior at Bradford High'

and Union County)| : i j jtj and president of the Starke :

\ REFRIGERATION High Thursday and Friday,-, tj\ iciales, i Chapter, Future' Farmers of .air

I May 23, 24. I I I number'i America, has been presented conditioning
226 S. Walnut Street I The-'scheduie for next Thurs- the |, with a Certificate Merit in I

Phone 969-1121 !day calls for the .chorus(, to perform -:' years Farm Mechanics, awarded by I

at Starke Elementary,j fully the, Thor Center for Better
- ''Southside' Elementary, Hamp-[ oppor Farm Living:, Huntley. HL Electric Air Conditioning not only cook! the air, it purifies it.

/ ton, and Brooker. Friday the I "Try The citation was given to Filters out dust, dirt and pollen. makes housecleaning chores a lot

group will perform at Lawteyand away Stalnaker for showing the easier. Removes stale odors. Reduces the indoor humidity helps
rith'N | Union County High School greatest farm mechanics ability -
{jay Lake Butler to conclude the j : -I among the graduating sen- prevent mildew and dampness. Ends hot-weather

spring tour.Programs. I I cases. iors of BHS. fatigue and tensions. Brings priceless comfort ...
at each school will! I The Thor'Center is a nonprofit *'
In the !: for mere pennies a day.
FOR LAUNDRY be varied but will consist ofj! j farm research organization 2 comforts In 1

religious, popular, 'and folk, their I[ and established the awards Electric Air Conditioning is tried, and proven Year-round electric

I I songs; and Negro spirituals.Friday I of the i J| program to honor the for: carefree, efficient climate. control I at. your air in conditioning summer war coolt: jng
afternoon has been
members of each senior high
I I j fingertips. Enjoyed by a half-million of in winter.
.reserved for a party to celebrate I : j school class in the U. S. who your ,

__' the end of the tour. that j j is deemed most outstanding in Florida neighbors.
,Hood Soft Rinse pamper all 'I I eX er- I! his proficiency to apply farmmechanics 1 Take advantage now of the all-time low
CARD OF TIL\NKS II to the use of farm
your washablea-and your i can shop equipment and tools. The prices. and easy terms.See your electric appliance

poclettool, too! Fluffs towels Hb'o'd | The family of Clinton Keith t j' large : selection is made by fce student's dealer. or air conditioning contractor today.
and to fletcj soft U vet-1 1 .
diapers Reddish would _like to express : [ vocational. agriculture '
!esI. Leaves faLrics sa eleep- f' with deepest appreciation-to ,' (i; from instructor. \
'wrinUe.freethatironing's'eaywben the many friends who sent : ser-
f I The Thor Center devotes .-tf 1 4 a
ne<.Ti.-an' at alt f food beautiful flowers, and JI flalll"lt'U
i I much time to the study of new Yt
their kindness !'
ITif coniplrle fabrac-oItcacr \ aS4S4C.1.t.OM thoughts of methods in mechanization and ..' ..irs CHEAPER, TOOt
sympathy during the bereave- t. and -

at lie economy price. ment over the loss of our infant in- modernization. of the farm. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY :

| son. May God bless and \ !; 1 "
HOOD SOFTflIP1SE' be with you always.-Mr. and I : Draw- 'Zip Notebooks -$::." at HELPING BUILD FLORIDA. .

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Suwannee Valley I -t : Mr. Waters, 38 i|Mrs. Hattie Fowler "

Authority Hosted Services Held !

At, Country Club Services HeldWednesday i I
Funeral services for Miss

Members of the Bradford Hattie Fowler 85. were held

County Commission and theStarkeBradford .1 at 2 p. m. Saturday in the

County John Ardsll Waters, 38, ; First Baptist Church of Lake

Chamber' of Commerce were ..former Brooker resident died, Butler. Burial was in the Mel-

hosts to the Suwannee Valley ., Saturday night May 11, in i rose Cemetery under directionof I'v.

Authority at a luncheon- j! -. Portsmouth, Va. from injuries! Key-McCabe Funeral Home.

meeting in the Starke Golf ..- received in an automobile accident -i Miss Fowler was born in Mel-

and Country Club. May 8. I, that afternoon. !]rose and later lived in Lake

t Guest speaker at the luncheon I' Mr. Waters was a residentof Butler. For the past two years

r was Ralph Powers of Lake Portsmouth and a member 'she had made her home in Fort

City district road board member of the Baptist church. He was Smith, Ark. She was a member -

who discussed projects of ( I : born March 5, 1925 the son of the First Baptist Churchof
interest in the Suwannee Riv- ( ; of Raleigh J. and Gertrude'' Lake Butler and was rei -

er Valley. Powers said that it I Crosby Waters of Dundee Flo-:i siding with a niece at the I

is hoped to advertise for bids rida. I!time of her death. I'I'I'

on the Duval County segmentof Survivors include his wife. I

u. s. 301 next month. :Mrs. Jean Waters Portsmouth,I --

Plans for a stepped-up pro- Va.; two brothers: Thomas

gram of advertising attractionsin Odell Waters, Dundee, and

the, Suwannee valley were Bart Waters, Gainesville; two,

discussed with emphasis on sisters: Mrs. L. Z. Williams!

picture,place mats for use in Dundee and :Mrs. G. W. Davis:

restaurants and an illustrated Gainesville.
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brochure. ,;__ Funeral services were held I
During the afternoon the '
Wednesday afternoon in the 20 Words or less, one time .95 Memorials, Resolutions ____.... So per worfl
group toured the new Florida _
Hydrocarbons plant near Dedan Baptist Church with If not paid in advance _____. 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ______ J.5I
Rev Colonel Crosby and Rev.
Brooker. Keyed or Blind Adj! ______ 1.00 Over 50 word ___ __-___._ 5c per war*
Howard Mott officiating. Burial:
H. A: Bishop Jr. is the authority followed in the Dedan Cemetery I Each additional word over 20 -- 05 Display ads. in Classified( ____ 1.50 per IDCItI

member from Brad- near Brooker with the Jones-I I
ford with Russell H.
Johnson Funeral Home in j DAY LIlIES all colors 100 to LICENSED PLUMBER In WANTED Girls for spare
Green Jr. as alternate. t : charge of arrangements. \ choose from. From lOco M. A. Bradford and surrounding time sales work. Sarah Coventry

,.. ', I 1}I Payne. 204 S. Glenn St. tfchg counties. Kitchen cabinets Jewelry. Write Opal Smith.
Bids To Be Asked t I 7 Jaycees INSURANCEAT built to your specifications.Phone FilE Box :5. Raifcrd. Pla. tfchg.

On Raiford P. O. Dedication Of Plaque Attend ConventionSeven AUTO REDUCED FIRE RATES BOAT call. Avory 289-4491.Slade No Maxville.Fla. collect. BRAND NEW ADMIRAL-- --

DOYLE E. CONNER 6tp 6-6 I freezer chest or upright for
Next Monday '"
At St. Edward's Catholic :Church on April 26, Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley solemly Starke Jaycees attended INSURANCE AGENCY Read The Classifieds! 'I i $10.00 down at Dahmers Discount -

Congressman D. R. (Billy) blessed a memorial plaque dedicated in honor of a native of Starke Monsignor Edward A. the annual convention of the Phone 964-4501: tfchg FOR RENT-Nicely furnishec1 IF YOUR NAME IS House.- -_8thg. -- 6-20
2 bedroom house. 612 Lake -
Matthews announced :Monday Pace, a noted priest and educator. Junior Chamber of Commerce SIDNEY GRIFFIS Street. Also nicely furnished FOUND AMONG THE I MRS. P. D. FANCHER
that the Post Office Depart- the Mass whIch folloued the Father Cornelius May 8-12 in Ft. Lauderdale and io-i
Assisting at Requiem was pastor, Dough- 1 bedroom cottage at 614 Lake I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL SALE- Almost new
ment will advertise for bids on erty, and a score of priests from the Diocese of St. Augustine. Monsignor William Barry 'George Ricks, chairman of the FOR RENT- Small two bedroom Street. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, 633 \AT TilE lawn mower $28. Sidney Hansen -

a new post office at Raifordon of Miami Beach preached the memorial sermon. I Records and Recognition A- Lake and concrete block house McMahon Street. Phone 964- TELEGRAPH Lawtey. 1 tchg
May 20.Specifications. wards Committee>, received two Pratt StreetsOneblock 5744. ,OFFICE FOR A FREE
from school $50.00 per WANTED-Waitress. Apply ia
require that Prison Flower Jr.-Sr. Prom I Bill Haas awards. month in advance. Hollis V. FOR RENT-To lady or small TICKET TO TilE FLORi. person at Blue Chip Drive In.
the new building contain 1,200 Ricks was presented an award Knight. tfchg. I 2 5-23
Show Open NowThe New CommanderOf family for companionship. THEATRE. II tchg
square feet of interior space for outstanding service
Set Saturday Private rooms. See Stella Rho- I FOR SALE-3 bedroom con-
96 square feet of platform anda Third Annual Inmate i( Legion Post 56 while serving in the state-wide I\insurance Problems?I den. 4% miles out Raiford Rd. I NEW AND USED-Chain saws !I, crete block hou" F>nr*>d v""''c
paved area of 3,500 square I capacity of chairman of the Phone 964-3O3L2tchg 5-231 $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.' yard w-chain link fence. Distance -
feet. The P. O. Department also Flower Show at the State Formals and dinner jackets William [Bill] Haas was t committee and also was pre- Call The Man From Lawn mowers sales and ser of school and shopping

announced that it will accept Prison opened today [Thurs- will be in style this Saturday I elected Post Commander of:sented with the College of "TRAVELERS"George ,FOR SALE -House and about vice. Your McCulloch Dealer area. Call 964-3671. 4tp 5-30
day] and will continue through i I :: 4 acres of land. Road Florida Saw Co. 19th Drin
a five year lease with noon Saturday. night, :May 18th, for the 1963 I American Legion Post 56 at ;Knowledge certificate for his; E. LaRue, 229-A. W. C. Clemons. 5tp5-30 N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6-
three renewal options. I II in inter-club relations Keystone Heights Agt. For
5-year junior-senior prom which is:: the regular post meeting Tues- participation 3411. tfchg BARGAINSUsed
The show will be open on '; day night. on both the district and "Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel. FOR RENT Desirable 3 _
Singing ConventionThe I Friday from 9 ajn. to 9 p.m., I scheduled from 8:30-12:30: : in I' state levels.Attending. 473-4692 Day room and bath apartments.Also Boats and Motors. 16 ft.
Haas has been active
and on Saturday from 9 am. the Register Building (Old I very the convention 473-4325 Nites. 2 bedroom house for sale. Electra-Tronics, Inc. I 25 hp ele.. Buccaneer trailer.
in affairs in
Bradford-Union Singing I till noon. Park Theatre) on south Wal-I, Legion past years ''from Starke were Jerome,;Auto Fire Home Business! Easy monthly payments. W. Industrial Division, Sales, Service ready for the water $579New;
First Vice
and served as Commander -
Convention will meet Sunday nut Street. : H. Nollman. tfchg. ) 14' fishing boat livewell, wide
I More than 400 exhibits will | this I Johns, past state vice-presi-'I Monthly Payment Plan Repairs on Motors, Gen
19 at Oak Grove, The students will p.vade1 year. Available and deep $149; 10' Aluminum
be on display in the log cab. dent; Fred Snell, local president M. M. MATCHETI'BEWARE erators, Switching ar.d Controls -
Baptist Church north of Camp in [Community Club building I their finery to a theme of Other officers elected Tues- ; Arnold Smith, Fritz Parker I tfchg. -,- Welders and Tools Power, cartop $89.50; 1962 18 hp.,
Blanding. After the sermon, across from the main gate of "Stairway to the Stars" and day were George Pierce, 1st of buying any encyclopedia Conversion, Transformers. $244; 60 Wizzard 12 hp. $144
dinner will be served and gospel I the prison. 'music of The Cavaliers. The vice commander; S. E. Sparks Bob Williams. Gary A WATKINS ROUTE in this before you see Service and Repairs to All II'! 59 Mercury 10 hp $149; 57
and Ricks.Methodist
will fill the I and Highlanders, a folk singingduo 2nd vice commander; Carl area is open for semi-retired WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. Buccaneer 25 hp. elec. $169.
singing The public is invited Heavy Industrial Electrical
after-I A. PAYNE I Sub Dealer, Johnson Motors,
Stancil finance officer Geo- your rep-
; or lady. semiretired
Ever from Gainesville High man Many -
noon program. each will be
) person registering Church resentative since 1956 Box 603 Equipment ; 838 Temple Ave. H A H T.
\ terested is invited. I School will also provide rge Ricks historian; Al Cros- people earn $50.00 to
given a small souvenir plant. special phone 964-3794. tfchg 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'villl MANN'S USED AND NEW
I entertainment. by, service officer. $100.00 per week depending on
Schedule for week of May time devoted to Route. Also J PHONE 872-1280 i BOAT LOT on US. 301.
\ The junior class itself will Executive committee members YOUR OLD WATCH Will 2tchg 5-16
19: have 1 full time Route tfchg.
ALMOSTJTHE PERFECT HOST also stage several special num- for the new year will be open. make the down Payment on a
the Sunday-Church School, 9:45: Maybe you can qualify. For beautiful new Bulova at FOR SALE-One acre home
bers throughout the night. Lucian elected at next meeting. I' USED FURNITURE ex-
personal interview in Dahmers Discount
Prevatt, president of the Plans for the sale of Poppies a.m. Morning Worship (nur- rea write J. H. McGarity your Box a- House.tfchg cellent condition. Modern overstuffed sites adjacent to Southsida

:'63' junior class. will open the prior to Memorial Day !'sery provided), 11 a.m. Snack 627. Williston Florida.3t lounge converts to Elementary. High and Dry.

:floor show with a welcoming were made. The sale has beenan I supper for MYF 6:30 p.m. chg 5-23 FOR RENT-5 room unfur- 3bed' $35. Studio couch Jackson 2500. an, Starke.acre. Contact tfch Billy.

[address titled "Stairway to the annual program with Veterans -(Youth Meetings; 7 p.m. Eve- nished house. Apply 308 S. plastic covered. converts to -?..
FOR RENT 2 bedroom cot-
,Stars." Dan Dodd president of, Organizations since ning Worship. .8 p.m. tage on Spring Lake. Newly Water St. Phone 964-7431 double 4 bed $25. Frigidaire $75. I FOR SALE: 7 room 2 bath,

I' the senior class, will give the World War I. Monday Wesley Sub-Dis- decorated. By week June ori Jtchg 1, wrought iron dinette chairs i\ house utility room large corner -
$10. Metal
white enamel kit-
farewell address "A Night to trict meeting in Worthington August. Make reservations I FOR SALE-Refrigerator and I' chen table lot newly decorated in-
$10. Bedroom
Remember. MAYOR'SFive COURT !Springs, 7:30. p.m. Installation now. Phone 9644905.2tchg | Space heater. $60. Phone'*I bed.boxed springs innerspring suite !]I. side. 210 E. Adkins St. key

Linda .Oglesby and Charles I'i of officers. 5-161 964-9394., 1 tpj I mattress, chest of drawers, ,i next door. Uchg

Phipps' will form a duet to do cases were tried this'! FOR RENT Nicely, furnished I! vanity Call
]i Tuesday-Woman's Society I FOR SALE-8 room house 4 $75. Keystone i i ONE TON ADMIRAL Air con-
Ii Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.",Tuesday in Starke Mayor's i of Christian Service monthly two bedroom house. Good lo-, bedrooms 3 baths. wash house i He' :tts. 473-4414. 2tp 5-16 ; ditioned $179.95 value for

(\ ( ) ; Hope Holliday will perform in'I Ia Court by Mayor Randal Chitty meeting with pledge service cation. Call Mrs. Renner 964- double carport. 212 Redgrave FOR SALE-: Block- -home--at $143.50, 5800 certified nema

# ) number called "Star Studded i and 14 others were postponed I,and annual reports of officers. 5744. tfchg I II St. Phone 964-2201. tfchg I 717 W. Call St. Call 5332921.2tp i rating. Larger ones prices at
\ Salute" and Barbara Kirkland'["until next week. .New members will be honored.I FOR SALE- at half factory FOR RID\L'-2 5-16 :,, big discount. Dahmer's Dis-
will read the Class bedroom nice- count
Prophecy Cases tried were: Immediately following the House, 125 E. Call St
prices: 5,000 feet rubber tile, ly furnished house with J. C. PREVATT. JR. I ,
entitled "Rendevouz car- 5-23
Gossip. Public intoxication-I. refreshments will be II Stchg
meeting 3-8 and 1-4 in. thick. Soft to port and large utility room. i '
Disorderly conduct by disturbing -served in Fellowship Hall, 10 walk on. Excellent for TV For adults, or with an infant I I BOBBY HALL PLUMBING

Meeting Set the peace-2. a.m. rooms or any Indoor use. Call child. No pets. Inquire at 733 WE DON'T I 1 COMPANY Commercial and

To Disorderly conduct by threat- Wednesday-Prayer Meetingand after 5 p.m.-M. R. Judd Tile I N. Thompson St. tfchg Sell you we help you buy Residential Repairs. Phone
Discuss ening to do bodily harm-I. Co. 127 Lafayette St.. Phone I I Good selection of anc
i new
for most importcnt factor. Bible Study 7:30: p.m. i, Waldo 468-1206. Rt. 1 Box
except one Disorderly conduct by use of 964-5951. 4tchg 5-30 I I used! 8' and 10' wide Mo
ROACHES, the household pest "most State Game RulesThree Thursday-Chancel Choir Rehearsal PEYTON FLORIST i 57-B Starke Fla. 8tp 5-30
I:profane and indecent language- bile Homes. ; -
7:30 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. (!
taked: about. p.m.
public meetings have I 1. NEW BEAUTIFUL PHONE 964-4155 II' LAKE GENEVA i i HOME LAUNDRY-Free pick-

Perhaps she should have called for a been scheduled in the North- : TRAILER PARK up and delivery. Finished or

free estimate. .it wouldn't! have hap east Florida Region to discuss! NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1023'II'' 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts ,: flat wear. East Brownlee Rd.

pened.STARKE. the 1963-64 hunting and fish- J& Ii: :. Health Facts DISTINCTIVE FLOWEES I on Route 100 (i.tfchj'i.P.O. Box 754. 3tchg 5-16

ing regulations. KINGS BERRY We Wire Flowers Anywhere '!| FOR RENT-2 bedroom Unfurnished -
( Meetings will be held at the EL: 'j EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW! I J tfch. I I house. Apply 307

f1i tbt Mayflower Hotel in Jacksonville I HOMESi FOR SALE i W. Cherry St. or Phone 964-
nEr! Countless thousands suffer pain & miseryyes
June 4; Buchholz Junior EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. Ready mix concrete, concrete 2521. tfchg
It & High School in Gainesville, -::: ';...;.. even die before their lime because : TO 4 BEDROOMS Apply in person at Garden block house piers sand Cement I

June 5; and the Suwannee ; : 4A they did not know their insurance policies 1 OR 2 BATHSV. Restaurant. tfchg mortar mix rock steel,i LAKE FRONT PROPERTYFOR

County Court House in Live 4:: would pay for Chiropractic care. A. $50 DOWN ADMIRAL COLOR TV now eyater shell limerock, roof I' SALE
gravel lintels. BRADFORD
Oak June 6. All meetingswill .. Your Chiropractor has an enviable record Lake home Kingsley Lake 80
$450 with trade at Dahmers
!11: 964-2521.
begin at 8 p. m. in restoring health even after all otherDr. Discount House. tfchg ft. frontage. Terrazzo floors,
These meetings will give the Bollinger methods have failed. BRICK OR FRAME tfchg tile bath and kitchen. 2 bedroom -

sportsmen the opportunity to M.\ E. King M. D. states "The Chiropractor is doing a HONEY-HONEY-HONEY 2 air conditioners space
express their desire as to in "SEEINGIS New Crop of fine quality I HASTINGS MATrRESS heater. Furnished. Spacious
work that Medicine cannot do. He belongs a
BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO hunting and fishing regulations honey now ready. Also have & UPHOLSTERY WORKS dock and boat house. 19500.
and also allow the class with Specialists. bee supplies and queens. L. T. Will finance. Call Mr. or Mrs.
Game Commission to explainthe Take the short cut to health and see your Chiropractorfirst. BELIEVING"I Dyer Box 86. Lake Butler 710 Lemon St. Palatkt O. N. Harper FR 6-6733,

reasons: for certain regu- The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic is located at I Fla. 3tchg 5-23 Furniture Repaired, Gainesville. tfchg.
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REPAIRS. AUTO SERVICE lations. The policy of the 426 N. Walnut Street, Starke, Fla. $1,200 equity for $300. Nice 2 :: Upholstered & Refinished I WANTED FREEZERS any

Commission is to provide the LaRUE Corp. bedroom CCB house overlooking I MATTRESSES REBUILT size will take on trade for TV
Earl GarageALL Gardners Bring Your Health Problems To I
sportsman with the regula- Keystone Golf Course. New Innerspringsand i or Stereo player or will pay

KINDS Of Gulf ServiceEvery tions he desires. while keeping The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic 400 Built in kitchen. terrazza I Ifloors Box Springs : cas h. Dahmer's Discount
W. Madison St.
AUTO REPAIRYORK within sound biological prin- large screened in patio. i Drop Us A Card or Call House. 5tchg 5-30
All Work Guaranteed Mechanical Service ciples. 426 N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla. PHONE 964-8641 Payments $74 including in ;

Phone 969-2964 General Repairs Automat! Free Estimates surance. Call 473-4295 after PALATKA EA 5-9168 I FOR SALE Reasonable priced -
Of Building I'
All hunters and fishermen !
Insurance Cases Accepted 5:30: p.m. tfehg STARKE 961-59.4 used TelevLions. Ref rig-
R*. Walnut Stark Transmissions are urged to attend these And Housemoving I MEL PEGGY SIIALLEB, i erators Washers. Excellent

GULF PRODUCTS meetings so a mutual understanding : FOP. SALE I Starke, Agent i Condition. Bullington Appli

AUTO SERVICE TIRES BATTERIES the may sportsmen be reached and between the- Jenkins Nursery 902 N. Oak NEWLY DECORATED furn-' Excellent 200 ft. on business Hiway 301 location.N. includes I iI I ances. tfchg
Gilbert S. Brown Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke, i ished apartments. One and USED AND NEW
PHONE 964-6781 Game Commision. two bedrooms. Reasonable.I 3 BR year old house. FOR RENT OR SALE3 ;
Standard OU Service Station 11000. $500 down. $85 mo.- bedroom modem cottage.
Lights and water furnished. j
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ATLAS FLORIST I 2 Blocks Off E. Brownlee St. (Hiway 16)) Contact 431 Center St. or,' Or house with 100 ft. frontage : Crystal Lake. Keystone Hgts. : BOATS AND
10000. Call 964-8641. Wm. Waite 640 Beech Rd. :
phose 964-7191 964-6551.
TIRES & BATTERIES All Plants Well Rooted-In .Containers or I tfchg I Phone 683-6650, West Palm': MOTORSBARGAINS
Budget Terms- Ro&d Service Colonial FloristHAS WILLIAMS ,
Beach Fla. Stchg 5-16 !
FOR SALE-Nice home 4
t BEGONIAS-Angel Wing Beefsteakes and COINS BOUGHT I !
Phone 964-7071 :NEW OWNERS EXCHANGEDI acres land near town. For II i!
407 N. TeD"'pIe. 8tar_. others-.79c and 9Sc ;AMBITIOUS MOThERS [i 16' Boat
Dot Bagwell, :Mgr. JEWELRYREPAIRS Pay current market value' price and: terms Contact A NATIONALLY KNOWN 25 H. P. Elec. 579.00;

FRESH FLOWERS I COLEUSES-(several different colors) IvyGizzard for old coins: Indian Head i' STROUT REALTY, U. S. 301 Buccaneer & Trailer 14' Sea-

Dodd's Service & MEMBER F. T. D. Joseph Coat Chicken Pennies Gold Coins, Commemoratives South. Starke Fla. Phone 468- ,I Company has need of mature i i fury Fiberglass Live Well.
Medals, Tokens,' 1766. Waldo. 1 tchg ambitious women-wonderful 18 H. P. Johnson Elec. 589.00;
Auto Sales nOWt"fS"tfttd World Wide WATCHES-DIAMONDS and others any 4-29c Foreign Coins. earnings assured. showing New 14' Fishing Boat, Live
Transportation provided or
Rambler Sales &: Service Starke Phone 964-6291 GuaranteedA. PLANTERS-Sansevieria (Snake Plant) Alu. Denver R. Devrick wanted to and from Gainesville Avon Cosmetics. Write Ovida Well Wide and Deep 149.00;
I All Work
D & W Auto Supply Sweat, P. O. Box 540 live; New 10' Aluminum Car Top
GENERAL REPAIRING LANDSCAPINGWE minum Plant Golden Pathos daily. Phone 964-5091.
C. Williams 416 E Brownlee St. Oak. 89.50; 1960 Wizzard 12 H. P.
International LifeUmt I Variegated Nephthytis Philaden- tfchg.WHY i, 1 tchg !i 144.00; 1959 Mercury 10 H P.

Mufflers SPECIALIZE IN I 142 W. Call St. dron Vine, and others 4 plants in PAY RENT? Own your'I WANTED-General electronics FOR RENT Forty acre carpet :, 149.00; 1957 Buccaneer 25 H.

PRESTONITlrea. : LANDSCAPINGAND Starke. Fla. each planter-98c own Mobile Home. As low as '' Technician for bench work grass pasture. Barn loading i j P. Elec. 169.00; 1958 Johnson

Batteriee. Acc'-ssorte NURSERY I BOX'YOOD-35c 49c 69c $395.00 down. Use your car 'I' part time. Week's Radio and I shute Pecan grove fruit trees 35 H. P. Elec. 249.00; 1961

528 8. Walnut 864-3381 Private and Commercial -- ; boat or furniture for down t, TV Service. Phone 964-3525'1' water system for horses and : Evinrude Lark 40 H. P. Elec.

PropertyAlso JAPANESE YEW-Ligustrum Nandina, and I payment. TRAILER MART, !), 2 cows. 1520 East Geiger Road. : 36500.

Hurst's expert trre removal and i and others INC., U. S. Hiway 17. Box 468. j! FOR RENT or SALE: 2-Two I Itp I II I REPAIR JOnSSON"l.'U'RUDES

Trimming. 1101 BORDER PLANTS-(2( kinds)-Extra large clusters East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg';| bedroom Mobile homes with FOR" SALE2 br. concrete ;

Service Station Tour Satisfaction Guaranteed i I can be separated-loc I WANTED-Free open listings !'| air-conditioning. Nicely fur- block home In walking distance Johnson MotorsHARTMANN'S
-SINCLAIRCM t with good terms. All types. nished. Can be moved on your of shopping area and ;:

Oils Lubrication Tri CountyDevelopment : OPEN AFTERNOONS-t:00-7:30 P. M. STROUT REALTY. P. O. Box I' own property. Contact Carl churches. Furnished pr un-t

Goodyear Tim & Batteries tw6. 307. Starke. Fla. Phone 468- Brown. phone 468-1668.Hamp- furnished. Quiet large lot 838.Temple Ave.
ROAD SERVICE Co. SATURDAYS-ALL DAY r 1766. Waldo, Fla. tfchg ton 1 tp trees. Call 969-2845. tfch;

70S S. Walnut Starke 901-6111]ILake Butler HY 6-12G7 .I

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limit to any one's endurance
7! wish to thank Dr. Adams
HILL so we will just say, "We hopeto '
and the nurses of Bradford
meet you all again in the ORIO
I County Hospital for their
if not here
future on
Be A Partner Share The Dividends Br Sirs. J. L. Strickland kindness to me during my ill- '4 TELEGRAPH
Clean-up earth, lets all meet in heaven, I a THE BRADFORD COUNTY
ness. Also Dr. Stubbs and the '
IUUAAAWAUTAWAAl where there is no parting! ( y Aci>w
doctors and nurses at River- ESTABLISHED 1879
We were informed the oldest I N y
I It takes only one bad apple to spoil chances of an encephalitis epidemic in Homecoming Long Branch mother at the Highland ]i side'Hospital, Jacksonville andJones' 0 0 E. L. MATTHEWS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHERFLORIDA'S

f the'' barrel and one run-down home or this area, such as was experienced in The Homecoming at Long church was Mrs. Polly Pre- !I Ambulance Service C I963
Mrs. Hubert Priest and Mrs.
business building to ruin the appearance Pinellas County last year. It is known vatt, Ermalee Knight had the ; 'O !
Sunday as usual but we do Geo. Roberts for being present' UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD
of an entire neighborhood.Which that encephalitis is transmitted by mo- believe our crowd was some most children present-5 in during my operation. For the

means, of course, that it'severybody's squitoes, and mosquitoes breed in stag-i smaller than usual. Still there all and Rose Mae Mosley was i cards I
many prayers, gifts, THE
job during the Clean-up, nant water found in cans, bottles, old were a number of churches youngest t i received. I thank one and
Paint-up, Fix-up Campaign, May 22 to tires, and other containers often found: represented, among them were course we played hookey, and I all.-Frances L. Fox you, Lawtey. POST OFFICE AT STARKE, FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH :s. ia9
had to this secondhand
June 1, to appoint himself a committeeof in the backyards of many homes,I I Edsewood. Clay Hill Highland get news
and and could have made a IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS $2.00
one on civic beautification and im around service stations or other busi-i I, Lawtey Middleburg ---

provement. Do whatever is needed to nesses, and on vacant lots. ;\; quite a few folks from Jack- mistake.Just after the dinner at I Let Us OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $4.00 - SIX MONTHS $2.25

put your home or business in first Cleaning up around your premises]I i sonville as well as other Long Branch, while all were I

class shape, and see how your neigh- will not only return big dividends in I tact.churches We Just-yOU we failed might to con-say'caught busy singing the Highland :: SAVEYour

borhood sparkles. Join your neighbors. beautification actually increasingthe these on the fly." folks had to leave for baptismal i I I [ -

friends, and business associates in a value of your property but will i as we caw the people, we wrote services. There were ten SolesCOURT

plus campaign that will pay big divi- also be a factor in preventing any pos- down the church. Naturally baptised, three made their ,
sible outbreak of the dread disease there profession of faith at the wat- a
dends to everyone concerned.The were a great numberof

effort put forth in cleaning, renovating encephalitis, in this area. people present we did not er there.and Thus were baptized brings the then bap-and !: When/ every minute counisBfiNK -
see except as "the crowd" and ;
and beautifying home Excuses like "I don't have the time"
your tismals up to 27 this fear. The !\ SHOE REPAIR
business, or even vacant lot is more "it costs too much" or "Maybe therefore could not say what Lord Is really !blessing the J
church from. Next
than repaid by the dividends of health, I'll get around to it later" only post- time all they of are hunt this great I Highland church in the work i 126 North Court St. y. '
the day when the job will be much you I., Opposite Court House .
safety fire prevention improvementof pone reporter up and tell her where this year. There have been .

property, and general upgrading of harder to get done, and the expense you are from, she will take some who have come in by: .1.1I I .

the neighborhood and entire communi- even greater. Continued neglect of care of everything from thereon letter and some by statementalso.

needed repairs and repainting can lead We are looking-and' aI =
ty.The hoping for more; not for the i "
only to more extensive damage, with The oldest mother, or woman '
threat of fire destroying your big name the church will I II II I
property, of insects and pests menacingthe the inevitable depreciation of the value: -or should at we say Branch PERSON have, but for the glory of our I I I
present Long was
health of your family of your area of your home or business.Be our dearly beloved Aunt Eas- Lord! We are looking for I I
becoming shabby and blighted are certain you draw all the dividends ter Wilkinson who has come workers among this number I,I

greatly reduced through participationin awaiting you by becoming an active into her own as a dearly beloved and workers are needed. I II I

this betterment and beautification partner in the citywide Clean-up, PaintUD. mother, Christian and We are proud to announce
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I i
campaign. .r Fix-uD Campaign starting Wed- all you can say that-- is complimentary that Nellie Wilkinson is improved CharleyE.

Besides all the many other benefits, nesday. When the results are seen to one of her 105 age. some in her conditionof i BY THE OUNCE

a clean community will lessen the you'll be proud to have done your part. Let us "rag" the pastor Mel- last week. We do hope she I
vin Watson, just a little right soon recovers from this ill- i

here. When time to present to ness and can be the same i I I

the oldest mother in the congregation Nellie she used to be. Johns"I i rI 1i
I New BHS Constitution -- A Learning ExperienceMembers he started with the The Association Training I Just five cents to send a deposit-and nothingto

age of 80 years, coming downto Union meeting was at the want fire and extended

of the Bradford High operates. 70, then learned there were Clay Hill church Monday coverage on my farm build- get a prompt acknowledgment. Ask us for

School student body Tuesday elected Compared to the old student council two mothers present who were night. These and are help sources all of of instruction us- ings, stock and stored free forms, and try Banking by Mail!
seventy of only the
in which barely 30 years age crops plus all-risk
their first student government presi- type of government After he Training Union workers should coverageon
one was seventy-two.
dent and congress under their new constitution or 40 students could participate directly had instructed the folks to attend. So many seem to think my farm machinery and

patterned after that of the in the government, the new docu- pick up the flowers after Training Union is not a work livestock. Then there is

federal government and featuring the ment will allow four or five times that, services-someone "called his to be sponsored, but that is all farm liability, accident,

two party system.. Election of the many to share directly in the operationof hand" and told him there wasa wrong. Right here we wish to and Workmen's Compen-

first slate of student body officers un- the school by the time the party offices mother present who is 105 BEG all of our Highland Ju- sation insurance. Does. FLORIDA

der the new document was the Culmina- the Senate and House of Repre- years of age! Melvin had to niors to attend our Training your agency specialize in

tipn of many weeks' activity during sentatives, and higher posts are filled. I ask more than once just what Union at 6:30: every Sunday complete insurance for -- -
best feature of the said, he just couldn't be- evening. We need you and you farmers?" i r 'B
which the students formulated, hotly But probably the was i l II1WIIJTh t ) : j
constitution from an educational live what he was hearing and' need us. This is true of all the .-- --- : ___ __ _
debated, and, finally adopted by a 594 new Unions whatever department ,
I Training Charley E. Johns
with which schools shouldbe some of the others couldn'tbelieve
to 153 majority with seniors abstain- standpoint, you might be in- I

ing. most concerned, is that for most of asked this this either."book Differentones of information" from the oldest to the young- Agency One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group

Among the new constitution's many the'students it is a true learning exper-
if she knew the
advantages over the former ,student ience. It is an excellent method of woman, if she is able to be up est.May 20 there is to be an associational PHONE 964.0121 I I II Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

council type of government is the fact teaching civics because it hits directlyat and walk just who she is, at Highland. Comeon 131 S. Walnut St. j

that it employs the basic principlesof the student's personal life right now, I well, the questions were com- and see what it is! There --- --- .

something teacher with a dry text- in will be refreshments for all. :.
American government separationof ing real fast and furious
powers and checks and balances. It book finds hard to do. just, then. Of course we were Some of these announce- 0pr
ments we fail to get all of- TOl AL PERFORMANCE
f also has given the students their first Students down through the junior more than pleased to give

taste of the operation of the two\ party high school are becoming familiar with this information. But some of I too the busy Juniors instructing in their work some of to A

system, party' primaries, and voter the operation of the new constitution, the folks came to this short get in time for all of the ,wriu( ,pw.n..w.wx i ii
registration. In other words, the new and, for the first time in their lives person asking her to help them songs and announcements. TT
Aunt Easter, they wantedto
constitution will give the student a they are learning about the UnitedStates' but this is not due to not ,. *' -i
see her and as Auntie Eas- i w,
direct insight into how the American government in a situation which ter is rather short in statue closing our Jr. Union on timeit 1c aw

system of representative governmentA has. real meaning for them. : and this overgrown four foot- is due to the ones who
nine come in late and :stop us in
person is so tall, she a.
could the hall on our way out-and
never find Auntie Eas-
want to know what to do;
Gallant Effort ter any more after we left the
church house
We hope the
ones who wished to see her -- ,
i; Anybody can tell you that a miss by seconds, but it was just ,3 of a second found her. It seems that un- BRING} US_ IN TIME FOR :.t. ri

an inch is as good as a mile but some- short of second place in Saturday'smeet. der some circumstances we JUNIOR UNION!" We do whatwe 4 .
can, but that seems to be
thing needs to be said for the effort of are of very little value in little
very but this is a chal-
Coach David Hurse's Bradford High But the Tornadoes' effort Saturdaycan this world! lenge to the parents. If your

School track team which last Saturday be described as only gallant and But all of you who look at child is not in church today, Yp
determined. Although they did not T. V. at 6:30: on Sunday evening p .
missed their third state championshipby I where will he be tomorrow?
,one point or .3 of a second, which- win their third championship, which -if you tuned in on the Think on this!

ever. way you'd rather look at it. had been their year long goal, the 1963 i right did learn station-and which one we is was-never In spite of so many of us ., r j'
'The( Tornadoes finished the meet track season can still be called a re- Highland folks being at the
you probably saw Jim Strick- ,
sec rod behind Seabreeze of Daytona sounding success, and the Tornadoescan land placing a flower on the Long Branch church Sunday ., urry.

37-38 but they had some gloriousmoments look forward to next year with first grave-a Mrs. Padgett- morning, there were 65 pres- :: VV1Vfl'4 M yI

getting there and no fan even their spirits undaunted. that was made in the Long ent. The Primarys won the s I ,. rw fVV

thought of counting them out until Indicative of the unbeatable spirit of Branch cemetery. Also pictures banner with a grade of 90 It :. : :
cent. Lets all to Sunday
run.Vhen it came BHS athletes is a typical comment from of the crowd around the per go
the last race was School who were at both
Coach Hurse "The boys were very dis- tables, the food well, if any
down to the jvire it was the last race, churches last Sunday We }
the mile relay; which finally decided appointed, as was I, and we're already of you saw these pictures you should have 90 or 100-or
more about them thanI
the state
forward to winning
looking each Sunday.
the coveted title. I do-first-we haven't a T. more present
If the Tornadoes had taken a firstor next year.
V., second, I was taking care
second place in the event it would Bradford County should indeed be I of my Junior Training Union THERESSA COMMUNITY
win proud of the caliber of its athletes! MEETING VV 1 s
have given them enough points at this time. Anyway it was 4 >i
the meet. They ran a 3:29.3: which who have performed with such spirit. a wonderful day; meeting old There will be a special meet- _

was a new BHS school record by 2.7 Just wait 'til next year, folks! friends-as we always do ing called by the Board of t

I making new friends, these are Trustees at the CommunityHouse _

........ ..- _._ .. r ... ..<11& .h. bushes and got a stick and '1 i days that will always be "Pre- Tuesday, May 21 at 8 a!; ty
beat around and made him cious Memories" to us. iJ

I Farmer's DiaryBy "jar his rattles." It's a better !I Among the features of the p.m.All interested citizens of

one than "making a rattler,| day was the wonderful singing Theressa are requested to attend -
sing," for the whirring noiseis I in the afternoon. The Clay 9

Sam McGarrey\ anything but a song. i I Hill Juniors were an outstanding -

houseman suggests .that grow- While writing this, Sam has I'. Saunders-or group someonehassure in this. Mrs. BROOKER CHURCH BAPTIST IF YOU KNEW WHAT

ers use a "pilot" 'row and at birds' been
looking doing some wonderful
pop-eyed -
I i been
sucker it by hand and then in our yard-brown thrashers work with them. The Lew- Rev. James Temple, Pastor TINY LUND KNOWS A!BOUT FORD DURABILITY..YOU'D BE OUT ENJOYING A '63 FORD

t be guided by it when gatherIng -I towhees cardinals chickadees in Reddin was present, and
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Morning Worship. am.
field.from the MH-30 treated blue-birds and others. Our big I, we could just sit back and listen I Evening Service, 8 pm. Sun- Ask Tiny Lund about Ford du rability: He'll tell you how it You can't put a long-term warranty like ours oa a short*
is humming to Mr. Redding and those
interest now a day School. 10 am. Training helped him win America's toug hest stock-car competition, then term car. The '63 Fords have a better warranty became they're
bird which visits our daylilies girls sing right on and on.
We're told that dogwood.! and watsonia regularly. Such beautiful harmony felling Union, 7 pjn. Prayer Service Daytona 500. Lund placed first i il a Ford, with four other Fords built better than any Fords in history. You see evidence of this

will not grow in this section, :i It is fascinating to see it maneuver melody--weU-U you I each Wednesday 8 p-m. right behind him for an unprec edented sweep of the first five extra toughness in Ford's outstanding competitive wins this year.

Lots of threatening clouds I but we have two trees well I i I or hover right at a haven't heard them you have I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH places. Only the Fords were tot jgh enough to stand the pace.assn '63 Fords won the grueling Daytona, Riverside, and Atlanta

during the week but no rain i| started and we hear that bloom for a moment, then fly I really missed a great treat in i 500's, and the demanding Pure Oil Performance Trials. Only

at our place. There was one "Old George" Shuford has:I backwards, the only bird that life.We I i I Sunday School 10 a. m.; Greater durability is the re Ford is able to offer a total cars with total performance could roll up so many big wins.

heff>y shower between Lake ; some at his place. It is true I II I posseses that ability. will not attempt to 'i Morning Worship 11 a. In."I car warranty. Only a true Iota[I-performance car could offer Before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, silent Super

Butl.r and Raiford which J I that dogwood does not grow name all of the dear friendswe "I Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. as complete a warranty as this-with no strings attached Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lately, you can't really
flooded the ditches in a short I I well in this area, as offhand Alice's coral tree is getting met on this occasion the Prayer meeting Wednesday
"ford Motor Company warrai its to its dealers,and its dealers, know what a new Ford is like. Remember If iff built by Ford
time, bnt as the nearby state :. the only patches of it growing ready to bloom and she can't papers would outlaw us for 7:30 pan.- Rev. R. T. Williams.
I In turn warrant to as f,ollows: That for 24 months or ifs built for performance. total performance.
farm only a few firbps fell. wild are on private land by wait to see the beautiful flow- sending so many names, and I'' ,
a. I. Long Bridge. But it will for 24,000 miles,whichever co;mes first, free replacement, in- nd 283Cl
,grow : ers. In a booklet we got from 30 days or 4JOOO miles, whichever comes first for the 427 C/.D. W or 8\f\ >
The dry weather interrupted here under good conditions. George Huggins we learned ish bayonet a wide berth or forced to feed their stock because duding related labor, will be made by dealers of any partor ,D, 4Y engines and nltttd power two component
the fool thing will reach out of the poor condition of
sales of Wrries on a "pick I I that the coral tree is best with a defect in workmanshipered <: materials. Tires are not cov-
and jab him. their '
your own" bails, and it was I'I Ever hear tell that an east 'i suited in the area below Tampa pastures.. by the warranty; approprby iate adjustments will be made solid,silent SUPER TORQUEVILLEGAR

too bad for some'growers were wind brings the 'miseries" i but it will grow here for Dry as it is, we're busy lot the tire companies. Ownei rs will remain responsible for JHBYEA8STHESYMB310FOPOIBABUMCOUCTS
selling a lot of froit that way I'I and headaches? Woman who I we saw a big tree in Jackson- of the time watering shrubs This is a good time to keep normal maintenance services, routine replacement of parts,
However with few exceptions. was raised out in the country: ville. and plants especially those set sharp lookout on the coun- such as filters, spark plugs, ignilor ion[ points,wiper blades; brake } @ict F.RD

the past season waS ,a greatone 'I by Brooker vows that every out recently. Trouble is. Fad- try roads for tractors or other dutch linings, and normal i deterioration of soft trim and i 101C1 corns.
back"u1th time the wind blows from the
and berries "came I The red kittens have a nest die thinks hell help out and slow-moving equipment. It
a bang this year. east, she gets a headache. in a clump of Spanish bayonet -
N I we can't break him of the may be provoking to have to
\ I where they are safe from habit which already> has killeda slow down for a creeping appeaTER';

When to gather tobacco is Speaking of such,things. we I that big rascal Paddle. Isn't it number of things. tractor but remember that MOTORS

sometimes a difficult question get a kick out of some expressions odd that cats got right in farmer is trying to make a ,

for if picked too young it will used around here. For I brambles, or under firethorn Rain Is badly needed on pas- living and he wouldn't be out ,

not cure out properly and I example a woman though t and never seem to get stuck. tures; we've heard of some I there on the highway unless ,206 West Madison Street Starke FloridaBradford

make a good grade. A ware- me heard a rattler out in the i Yet Sam has to give the Span- cattlemen who have been i i he had to. __ _ -"' : .!,.'':;!1..."..... .- .

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U- STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963 _ _ ... _" I

Charter and
New Keystone son Richard of .Miami
: KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Heights Dr. and Mrs. James B. Lack- !, spent the Mother's Day week.end

: MELROSE ey.Mr. with Mrs. A. G. Hinson

t Turned Down At Public .- ____I anj Mrs. 'Carl Hagg- : : Mrs. Hinson returned to Miami -

? : By Mary K. Schaef fer HearingKeystone L : By Sirs. Alice RothhammerYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 lund Sr. of Lake Swan spent nr Ch'arlpyene BrantltJ : with them for a visit with

the weekend with their daughter her oth r children< there,

tLAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.ALAAAAAAALAAAAALAAA!, and son-in-law Mr.: and 1 AAAAA.AA AAA ."". A Walter Moody has purchaseda
Heights I of the '
proposed1new one fifth anniversariesof !
,t. Keystone Uoneystone i the Prisoners. Everyone plan- : town, charter was turned the system had been con- i ': : Ii Episcopal ChurchMr. I sonville.Mrs. Robert L. Jones of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. 'Cliff Turner home on Moody road in

Heights Lions ning to attend will please : down Monday night, May 13,.; sidering it. '- and Mrs. Jean Hi i '! of Daleville Ala., W. G. Cut- Palatka and will be moving

I Club's Eye-Will Chairman,j meet at the Main Gate on in a public hearing called by : Unless some form of a new Chance and their four children Dora Byron aJ Emory Uni- rer from Dothan, Ala., Miss t I there from'the Ocala National*

( Lien George Schaeffer, an-? Sunday afternoon May 19,1 the city council because of charter is passed the town's -i: will soon take charge of versity at Atlanta visited her Tempie Brown of Jackson- ; forrest very shortly.
; the Trinity Episcopal Church'' mother, :Mrs. Frances Byron rifle were recent visitors of !! Bob Strickland of Ormond
pounces the following names. between 3:15: and 3:30: p. m. :I objections to increasing the purchasing the water systemis '
| ,, of Melrose. !< recently. 1 i Beach was at his place at the
of people who have willed i il Father Dougherty will per- mayor's power and electing contingent upon its presenttax -. 'c Mrs. Annie Sifces.
"_ Mr. Chance will graduate Lake for the weekend. \
: : heir eyes to the North Florida sonally escort the visitors to : the town clerk. 'I sources and possible aid : j Mrs. George Rippey visited:' Mrs. Ercell Sapp and Judyi i
.Eye Bank 1 1B I A five member charter revision from the federal 'i- from the University of the i her sister Mrs. Elizabeth Mee- i Mr. and Mrs.' Walter McCall
; : Walter Wilson Sr.; the Chapel where the program I government. --- 4fl South at the Episcopal Semi- I i were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
:Mildred L. Wilson; and the j will take place. committee of John Council left the road to buy -M' 1- nary of Tennessee in June. He j I han of Jacksonville, who is ill. I 1 Wendle Cumbus on Saturday. I of Jacksonville spent a week

entire Cati i Byrd :M. L. Beasley. W. L. the Mrs. Arthur S. Rhoads of I vacation at their trailer, home
Garboardi family There will be no more system open, however, will be ordanied at the Holy" I Visitors to the home of Mrs. i i'I p

? ;gamely: Mrs. Margaret Ga- I echism Classes for Grade I Ownsbey, Jack Haberstroh,and<\ pending negotiations with the '-42 '* Comforter Church in Tallahassee Jacksonville and Mrs. O. T. 'i J. P. Herring for the Moth- .! on. the.erlachen, Road. J

boardi! and children. David School children until the Fall I Mrs.. Kate Mansfield were ap- ''water works firm. on June 23. ,' Robinson are spending: the 'I! er's Day weekend were MrsI : Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Branti -

_Christine, Teresa, and Kath-j However, the Instructional I'pointed to meet Wednesday Council also voted at the Rev. Heaton will retire June week in Miami with Mr. and > F. Clough, Barbara and i ley and: children were visiting 4

een. Mr. Jim Gaboardi., the I classes for teen-agers and Adults i II night in an attempt to iron Tuesday meeting to take no 1 and he and Mrs. Heaton will Mrs. Eugene B. Hearn and j'I Pamela Herring, Donna Ber-I i i Mrs. Lorene Minder in Gainesville

father had already signed up. will continue for some i out the objectionable provisions -i action on water works requested reside at Daytona Beach for a i family and in Bradenton visIting I ':: on Thursday. Eugene Lon

Also Mr. Arthur Godley and I time. Tuesday morning Masses i in the new charter. City :I rate hike until the I IRevival while. !I Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Kel- nett of Gainesville. :Mr. and 'I vacation for a couple ol 1
I' Mrs. R. L. Smith, Robert
Mrs. Betty Godley. at 7:45: a. m., as usual. I I Councilman Bill Beam said firm completes and returns a I J"'v. Mi1es Paterson Baptist Church j I, bert. .' Deborah and William Robson, ., weeks.

Royal NeighborsTo Personals Wednesday morning, however : questionnaire from the board. The Waymaker Quartet of I Wesley A. Patterson, son of I i The attendance at churrh
Services of Jacksonville and F. H. Herring
Have Picnic Former Keystoners Ed and I that it was doubtful lh.3 : Councilman Bill Beam says I Keystone sang at the song'' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson,I'I. of Palatka. Sunday was fair. Bro. Travis (

All members and friends off I Helen Conneen and son Peter I charter would be ready for j the council now has on the ; Scheduled By seivice of the, Eliam Baptist! left recently .for New York I..1 brought. a very challenging ',

the Royal Neighbors of Amer- -now residents of Tennessee adoption at this session of the request for a rate hike but Church Sunday night. May 5 i i City.Mrs. Mrs. Mildred Sapp visited message to the 'Mothers ;

)'}Ica are invited to their an- -have been enjoying a Flori- legislature.The I no information with which to;i Keystone Baptist I II Methodist Church Harold Foreman, Miss her mother, Mrs. RobertMar-1: [Fathers included; ] At ,the :

.. ''nual Picnic on Sunday Maya da vacation in the Keys, and I I new charter would I base a sound judgment. Under i The quarterly :conference I I II Martie Chamberlain and Mrs. tin in Gainesville on Monday. ,' end of the service the Moth- 1

'..19 at the home of Mr. and this past weekend, they drove have allowed Keystone to issue I the town's lease with the water -i Sunday Revival services beginning I I of the First Methodist Church : Dock Tison visited Mrs. Loraine ,j While there they went' shop I' ers were recognized, and each

'Mrs. A. E. Crawford on Brook- up to Keystone Heights to see revenue bonds the mayorto I works firm, the council (. May 19, through May!I i will be held May 16. A covered i Howell of Micanopy. 1 i ping and had lunch together. mother present was given a

'Jyn Bay Circle. These attending all their friends. Despite the vote to break ties at the! must approve any rate change. 24. have been announced by the i dish supper from 6:30 to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Easter- ;I Major J. Frank Walters of I Ii i ii i pink carnation.

will to and fact that the DuPont Co. council table and contained I II At other action in the Tues- F'irst Baptist Church of Keystone of Eau Gal-i i Macon Ga. spent the weekend being
come Noon I II I 7:30 will be followed by a ling and children I On May 25 a workday 1$. -
bring a Covered Dish for I transferred Ed they still feel I provisions for the election of: day meeting: 1 Heights. business session. Dr. McKin-1! lee spent the weekend with !i with his aunt and uncle.. Mr. :: planned for the Church.

Luncheon. All those who are!' that Keystone Heights is their a person to the combined offices i Council approved payment | Rev.Parkview Miles Paterson, Churchin pastorof I I ley of Gainesville will attend ; her sister and brother-in-laW,1!I and Mrs. H. B. Sikes. Sr. 1 I All\, members and friends of

interested in swimming will home. On Monday of this of town clerk, treasurer, of $600 to the Clay County( Baptist the the conference. I II Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothham- i! Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Clay i ii : the church are urged to be

please bring their suits. week they planted trees on and tax collector. Other minI I Library system, which has a Lavern Gainesville Outlaw, is, minister evangelist.of I Duplicate Bridge I, mer and children, also relatives:i. and son of Federal Point were present. We are going to

Sounds like fun. I their Lake Keystone lot, or changes from the old I II branch in Keystone The The winners of the Melrose I in Gainesville.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. J. paint the outside of the

N'ews From St. William's I where they plan to biuld when I charter included police powers -! council had voted months ago Church music at in Starke the Firsl,: will lead Baptist the Duplicate Bridge: Club for last i Miss Ginny Bowser and ; Alderman Friday night and church. so you all come with
they retire. Helen said she I at the Keystone Air Park to pay the $600 to the library, Saturday. I
Good news for all those who I I I music for the week. week include the following i Glenn Walden of Tallahassee -I your paint brushes paint
t certainly enjoyed this columnin [which is actually in Bradford i but had never taken the ac- I Albert Edward Varnes went to to work
.1 enjoyed the Steak Supper Apr. Services are scheduled twice Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. I visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. :I' clothes on_ ready
the Telegraph every week, County], appointment of a first Mrs. Griffin, Ga. for the weekend Plans also behig made for
20. at St. William's Recrea- tion.The daily at 9 a.m. and 8 Spires, place; j' Spires.Mr. are '
tion Hall. The Catholic Club because it keeps her in touch city judge and the determination owner of Keystone p.m.jl Bama Boyd and Mrs. Rubye i and Mrs. R. G. Smith to visit his uncle, and family a revival June 2 thru June 9th \

is planning another for a with goings-on in the old of limits. Beach was notified by the Funeral Servicesi i Oxford, second place; Mrs. and children, Jeanie and Lock- Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sites. Jr. Then Daily Vacation Bible

weekend in JulyprobablyJUly home town. Main objections at the public council that several safety I Roland Bryan and Mrs. W H. wood of St. Augustine! visited. Ercell Sapp was a business .I School will be June 24 thru

6. Just for the record, Our new neighbors are Mr hearing Monday night were I hazards must be cleared up jl Held Saturday I It Davie, third place; and :Mrs. I the Addison family on Sun- visitor in Newberry. on Wed July 3rd. So please keep these
and Mrs. William L. Smith brought on the election of the.I before May 29. The clerk was I
Robert and Nancy Hendry and G. M. Allen Jr. and Mrs. C. nesday. dates in mindPARAN -.
0' two children will get free who have purchased from Mrs. town clerk and the expansion.:L instructed to write a letter of j t For Mrs. RhinehartMrs. I Maxson, fourth place. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Neefus : Those attending the Melrose,, l
u Sam Gardner the nice houseon of the powers of the mayor notification to the owner. I I
lckets to this supper, for be- Margaret Jackson School News I of Ormand Beach spent Friday Cemetery Association work I _iJAPTIST CUUHCH
( the corner of Peach Street who now sits at the council An $1,100 addition to thetown's '
ng such good sports when i! Rinehart of Keystone Heights The Junior-Senior Banquetand with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. day on Saturday from Grandin -; GRANDIN. FLA.
and Lakeview Drive. The table in an advisory capacity fire station
they missed out on the other was approved Prom of Melrose High were, Mr. and Mrs. B. j. Rev. Paul Travis, ,Pastor
died in
Starke Neefus.
: hospital
Smiths come from Atlantic only. Attorney Myron Prevail -I\ by the council to add J i a I
one It was so well attended, Wednesday 8 after School was held Saturday evening I I After brief stay in the Alderman and Mrs. Rosa Sunday School. 10 I m.I .
May an a
Fla. Smith is who handled the city's i,
Beach. Mr. to house
a I I enough space a larger -
11 at the Holiday
they ran out of food. May Morning Worship, It am.
representative for a Manu- correspondence with municipal fire truck to be purchased I extended illness. She was born hospital :Mrs. R. M. Cason is Brantley. I
This Children's Choir under I in Pa. March Inn at Gainesville. The menu I Mrs. Hazel Giddings of Pa- Training Union 7:00: p. m
facturer of Pharamacuetical code corporation concern- the and ambulance Pittsburgh, on recuperating at the home of
by city an
t (.pe :direction of Mrs. Irene I 7, 1886, and was a member of for the banquet carried a variety and son-in-law, latka visited her mother, Mrs. Evening Service 8:00: p. m
%I. Br products. After looking all over trig the. new charter and who to be donated by DeWitt C. of food and the her daughter J
u ult, furnished the musicon the state for a suitable spot I was 'a proponent of the new I Jones Funeral Home of t! the Episcopal Church. sea Mr. and :Mrs. J. V. Ford in W. D. Gornto on Salurday. I Hout.of Power, Wednesday
event "Sea
of the
Sunday Mother's Day. A is husband theme Mrs. Robert Turner night 8:00: p. m.
Surviving her Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Smith plan to I charter, said Wednesday that Starke. I completed by the Palatka. I
Communion Solo was sung by I was -
retire in Keystone Heights it is his opinion that many Bids from two companies to Edward E. Rinehart of Key-
I decorations and
Brault. of underwater
Kathy One member
the choir, Tony Burke made I because it is the type of community long-time Keystone residents handle the town's insurancewere stone Heights. table arrangements. Ann Bowen ::1:1i

his First Holy Communion, in they are looking for. simply want no change. Prevail not opened Tuesday Funeral services were held a Junior, sang the Senior I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MLROSEI. !

an impressive ceremony. It The Smiths have a grown son said that main opposition night because of discrepancies at 11 ajn. Saturday in Jones Class song, "Moon River;" and r'

in Washington D. C., and a t to the new charter came from in the basis of the bids. A Memorial Chapel with Rev. Trudie Morris, a Senior, sang I
was< also Holy. Name Sunday, married daughter in Jackson M. L. Beasley and II. L. Own- special meeting had been set Fred: Yerkes and Rev. Lee W. "Exodus." Both girls were accompanied !
"and the men of the Parish '
ville, who has provided them sbey. I for next Tuesday May 21. at Heaton. of Melrose officiating. by Mrs. Thomas H. i BUSINESS DIRECTORY
wcnt to Holy Communion in
with two grandchildren. I The failure of the new char-i 7:30: to award the insurance Burial was in Uniondale I.

a Body, Coincidentally, the Smith I i ter almost precludes the :I I contract for a three year per- Cemetery in Pittsburg. Berry.Personals -
Sunday May 19, will be Altar' t 'proposed'purchase DeWitt C. Funeral ". w-
town's of '
Society Communion Sunday home was originally built I i iod. Firms with bids Tues Gen. and *s. Phillip 'K:l
and all ladies of the- several years ago by Charles the Keystone Water Works. I I day were the Reynolds Insurance i t Home was in charge of local Kromer returned last week : APPLIANCESIT INSURANCE RESTAURANTSTHE

[better known as "BUT] and The council had been considering Company and Travel-j i arrangements. after spending several days I
Parish asked to
are occupy Edith Smith who transferred buying the water works i er's Insurance Company. Murrhee Insurance
were and
the pews in the front of the I visiting their children V Service
to Baltimore. So the after its officials requested a I The council voted to erectno j making the care of the Church families, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Keystone Heights
Church provided for them on : I AgencyGeneral
J. R. TIIIES Propr'iethrAuthorized
house i is once more the prop-I rate hike a few weeks ago. trespassing signs on Boy Grounds their summer pro- Boyington in New York; Capt .
their Sunday. Following Mass erty of Bill Smith. Tuesday Meeting Scout camping area at the i ject. Each Patrol will serve I and Mrs. James E. McMahon ,, Motorola z.- Philco I 'InsuranceFire !! Restaurant ''

._on May 19, the Installation I At its regular meeting Tues- : Keystone Air Park. week. The hours of'' i, Sales and Service I Casualty Bonds
Mrs. Herb Nelson was in a many N. C. and Mr. '
in Fort ;
*>of Altar Society Officers for : day night the council voted I : Service On All Makes I Allied LinesHeights : Under New Management
,* Alachua General Hospital last A letter requesting that a tedious work required to trim I and Mrs. Henry K. Kromer in .
next will take after
year place week for minor surgery. She I not to offer to purchase the beer license be issued to the I the Church shrubbery have Atlanta. Ga. I TV RADIO STEREO I Keystone Tel. 473-428 Specializing In
a Communion breakfast in the i water works because of financial I been the contribution of Wil- 'I Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals
came home on Saturday, and Keystone Restaurant Mrs. Ernest Frankenberg : Blue Plates with
; Recreation Hall. All of the was or- I 473-4651: JEWELER
problems. Every five i I .,; Keystone Heights.
able to attend
was Mass on liam Walz. and son. Kurt, of Jacksonville Fresh Vegetables
ladies of the Parish will be dered written by the citv
Sunday morning.Mr. : years the council has the option I I We regret the error in the spent Thursday with Mr. I I ,
invited.: clerk to the authorities in OPEN:
of ,
and Mrs. Dassas Hamlin offering to purchase i! May 9 issue regarding the last and Mrs. L. W. Neefus.Mr. < Keystone Jewelers
Our pastor Father Connie I II AUTO SERVICE 6 .i. 31. 10 P. 3L Mon.-Thurs.
the -
system since
and. was Green Cove Springs. .
of Williamsport, Pa., made a j i i Executive Board Meeting, and and Mrs. E. I. VanNet- ,
Dougherty, who is also Chap- and Gift Shop OPEN 6 A. 3L tU Uidolte
surprise visit to Mr. and Mrs. t Mrs. A. C. Holt's luncheon for winter
: the
who made his First sisters I II f tawho have spent j Terrell's
lain at the State Prison at I Communion -. Angela and Valerie. I FrL,' Sat, Sun.
Ralford. has invited all par- Jack Haberstroh recently. at St. William's on Moth-I. The guests brought many love- j the Board-plus her specially I in Boynton Beach, recently I A Nice Selection OfW'ddin.I'
They arrived just in time to I : invited guests. They were the home. Gulf SerViceew .At the stoplita Keystone Efts.
ers' Day is also member of
ishoners and their friends to' a ly gifts, and there were deli- I II i Gifts .. .
.* assist ChiefCookAndBottleWasher -I the Children's Choir who "Spiritual Life Leaders" of Dr.: and Mrs. Cecil R- Hook -
-attend Devotional Pro- are cious refreshments for every- I
a May :\ & Uwd Tires *
Jack in for i j Sterling
saring !
each Circle under Mrs. Holt'sBible I spending a month touring
working hard at learning Lat- are
one. ,
planned and put on by Sizes
cram I I From $3.00 Up -
I. Gladys who had returned .in. The Latin however, presents Community Church News Study Program. They I England, Germany, Austria, :.I Lubrication Batteries Acces: Greeting Cards Lake Brooklyn _

IS YOUR ESTATE home from the hospital. Dallas no problem for Tony, .1 At the May 19 Sunday morning i I were Mrs: Helen Titus Mrs. I Greece. Italy. Spain, Portugal OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30: P. j.Keystme Millie Waffle Muhlhofer\
and Jack .
cousins. RestaurantSTEAKS
PROGRAM UP TO DATE? are who has a system. When he Worship Service, at 11:00a. !'Elmer Howe, Mrs. Edward": and France. They will spend I Heights. 475-4279 Watch I
j : ASK YOUR GULF UFE who were ,on their I gets in a tight place he just ; m., there will be the In- !'T Firth, Mrs- William Walz. Mrs. : a week with 'Mr. and Mrs. .! 'Expert Repairs

way to Miami plan to returnin sings, "Ting,Tang, Walla Wal- stallation of Officers of the j Joseph Stein. as flower chairman i I John Hook and family in i Certified Watchmaker CHOPS
Florida soon. I N. J., before ; AUTO STORE Keystone Height 473-4177 ; Seafoods
la Bing Bang! Community Church Women and Mrs. Raymond star- Pompton Lake > Orders To GoOPrZV
i We are happy to know that I We are glad to hear that : as well as of the Chairmen of I nes to discuss membership in :' going to Europe. -I

L.R.BRAULT Gladys is making progress, Bill Siprelle, a former Key- Circles and of Committees. ''the Church Women for all :Mr. and. Mrs. Evans Spires I Western Auto \UI.L WORK. I L

I an is so very grateful to all !I i stoner, is home again from Africa -j: On May 20, at 12:30 noon, a members,' were also invited by ': and sons, Evans and Gregg, of i 7_ Days 6 A. M. till Midnite
: PHONE 473-4131
i the good Keystoners who sent i where he has been since I Covered Dish Luncheon will !I the hostess. The ill members ,.: Tallahassee visited his par!' Associate Store Keystone I ,
cards flowers and food. : .1-4 Mj.N. of Stoplite
,Ja t Hhvay 21 Keystone Height| :1 November 1962, on business be held in the Educational were Mrs. Jack Haberstroh, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert. : .

.'t..! Tony Burke, the young ladS for the Pittsburgh Plate Glass ; Building. This will be followed -, and Mrs. Bert Christof rs. .. Spires. ',' 3appllaners.-Maior or Small Millwork Shop Keystone Heights
I Co. The Siprelles.-3ill and by the announcementof Mrs. R. A. Gaunt ,was unable' :Miss Marsha Hesoun of the 4 Auto Accessories, Tires. CABINETS DOORS

Mary-are expected to visit each new Circle Chairmanof to attend becau, of the ,Illness J University of Florida spent Batteries. i REAL ESTATE
friends in Keystone this week: the names of members to be I of her husband.- At this the weekend with Miss Doris Sporting Goods, Jllc '(')e's. ,, .

.. I end. We understand that if1 in her circle for the coming ;: writing, the' sick members'are' Ford. Hardware, Faults, Garden :- SCREENS -. !
"WHAT DO ,; Bill returns to Africa Mary,' year. At the close of the program -!' recuperating nicely. Another, Mr. and :Mrs. Lorenzo: Bon- Supplies.! Trim Materials

will close their Jacksonville each circle will meet : error' was that in the business ner of Jacksonville spent Sunday KEYSTONE.HEIGHTS Sub Made Te OrdKeystode I'C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR

YOU MEAN I home and go with him. for a short organizational I of this meeting, all unfinished j afternoon with Mrs. Ethel i: I

Mrs. Nellie Grayson has re-I meeting.On business was completed.. -and Sever and daughter, Shirlie. j 'Heights 4734285N'URSERY : !'

L turned from a ten day vacation -'! May 21-23, the United a prospectus'for next'year out- Mrs. John MacKenzie,spent Electrical l Contractors I i REAL ESTATIi

f I' WI EGG BEATER? .during which time she Church Women of Florida will lined. Tuesday and' Friday at.the'. j jj i

:t 4 1 visited in Sebring, Fla., Mail- hold their Annual Meeting in;i I I Your; correspondent Is sorry Medical Center in Gainesvile: jI j,MORTGAGES APPRAISALS .

SPENT land, Fla., and Melbourne West Palm: Beach...Several ladies if we made mistakes last week, Mr. and: Mrs.- John F. Fred- I Jackson Electric Co. I Keystone Heights TeL 473-4237

Beach Fla. I from the Community but is was all in the interest riksson and Mr. and Mrs. Don I ELECTRICAL CQMKACTORHouse Clemens Nursery i

: W' 'tL $10.00 FOR Mrs. Ella Andre', former' Church plan to attend. o fcondensing to save .space, Furgerson of Jacksonville visited -f Wiring. ElectrIc Range "t i I Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
Keysloner, spent the weekend'with The and :Mrs. J. L. Price
Board of"Stewards met and ;we goqfed. Mr. DAYLILIES ISO Varieties, ::
and' Water Heater Repa.irsOentral
'$' ; 'i4 Mrs. Nellie Grayson on on Monday May. 13, at 7:30p. Eastern Star News | jr. and family 6unda.C. I Electric Repair Work from 2Se- to $1' ea. SeeAJ for j I

c TIllS HAIRDO!" Brooklyn Bay Circle, enrouteto m. At the May 7 meeting of.. L. Henderson and daugh- :
i: For All Your Your Need in Shrubs
: Call "Toby" Every Broker
Jacksonville Real Estate
Charlotte N. C. Mrs. Andre' Beginning June 2. Sunday Eastern Star, Chapter '279, ;, ter. Sharon of : : *

1 ::I has been visiting her daughter morning Worship Service will Mothers were specially hon-i spent Sunday with Mr. and!Keystone Electrical Heights Needs Ph: 4734973FARM Tl'ftS.or. Perennials. Lako Propertiet Acreage .

Mrs. E. M. Morrison in be at 10:00: o'clock, with Sun- ored with" a Carnation for I] Mrs. W. W. Addison and fam Hiway 100 at Ililkrest Ranchej. BnslseM City

-_ .' Maitland Fla., and she will day School at 9:00.: each. Worthy Matron, Phyllis ;i ily. I Homes Sentftl- *
visit with another daughter, On the Senior MrsMary E. Acuff of Atlanta 2\2 Miles East of'
Mothers' Day, Hussey, had arranged a spe-i SUPPLIESC. ".We Take A PfrwaaJ Intare4
Mrs. C. Hancock, in Charlotte. Youth Fellowship of the Community cial tribute to membermothers ': visited her sister Mrs.I Keystone Heights In Tour Rtqu1rcm.e.t.l': .

Mrs. Andre's son and daugh- Church honored'Moth- and a musical salute. ;t L. W. Myers on Lake Winnottj j .

I She's casual looking anyway. You. can be ter-in-law'of Jacksonville Mr. ers."The girls pinned a reeL or ,. Shortly before Chapter time,I Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i' ALE .Midway, : Keystone Hefpta s

-; and .Mrs. I ewis Andre, spent white flower on each person Worthy Matron Phyllis re- Walter Brinson on Mother'sDay & L. ,Feed Co. Camelias Azaleas Dogwood -- M.lrei.Ohu1 .

Sunday-Mother's Day-with'' attending while Steve Shac- ceived a call from Mrs. Doro-, were Mr. ani Mrs. L. ': Box Wood 21-Open Stmdiy' -

: casual, 'and :yet t business-like, in'your her and Mrs. Grayson in Keystone kleford. Tommy Bird. Danny thy Koons to say she had bro Brinson of Jacksonville. Mr. i a C. )[. BURKHALTER, JR. Quality Xur&ery Stock :GB2S4))' .
.. ... : of FEEDS *
'. F. L. Whatley *
Hinck Jimmy Wildt served.as ken her ankle, and another : and Mrs. Latchstring Nursery

Miss Shari Prevost. small ushers. Memorial Flowers were' call from Mrs. Gloria Murrheeto -: Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. E. C'I* FERTILIZERS S. E. McKay; Realtor
I banking by using.our deposit-by-mail ser- daughter{ of Mr and Uf$. placed in the' church by Mr. say that her physician had :' Prince and sons George I 1 ,
E&rleUn Melrose GR 5-3473
: w .. Tommy Provost of Keystone, and Mrs. S. E Kennedy for ordered her to bed. At !"cur-I Edward of Jacksonville. I ,- -
TeL Melrose: GU 5-5163 U Lots Lake Lilly $3,3OO. I
celebrated her third birthday their mothers', by Mrs. Olive tain time." Mrs. Elva Scott Mr. and Mrs. Ralph

vice. J on Monday May 6, at her Stevens and Mrs. Mabel Husbands -, was taken ill, and rushed to } ews spent Sunday' in Jacksonville CITRUS IN CONTAINERS Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake -

..: home on :Jasmine Ave. Party for their mother, Mrs. the
guests included. Sh rl's grandmother Isabella 'Laidlaw;' by Mrs.' At this, writing, those and Mrs. W. D. Thorn-;,FLORIST Plenty of Blooming Camellias large enough for -several IoU -
to wide beach.
Mrs. :Margaret Ga- Catnerine'Rose for her father, folks are recovering nicely and: ton and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ', from 50c up. Rare Camellias access' sandy .
LM for recreation while holding
boardi: her greatgrandmothgreat William Hughes: by Frank Jl- it is hoped they will be able Davis of Keystone Heights ; Edna WilliamsFLOELSTNURSET grafted, $7.50: up. Plenty of i I
for investment E-Z
KEYSTONE ST/VTE aunt,:Mrs.Edna Hamlyn: gen for his mother, Mrs. Lot- ,\ to assume their rightful places t spirit Tuesday in Daytona 'Evergreens Landscape ; : Terms
I t BR CB Iun1bhtdeottate on'iutiftd .
Teresa. Kathleen, Christine: ; tie Hgen; and by the Senior at the MaY'21 meeting. Beach. 'I! Plants I >
::1 MEMBER F. D. I C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I .Fehl :, Lake .Hutehiuca M
aunt, Mrs. Edna Hamlyn; and : Youth Fellowship for all mo- Five mothers were recipi-I Mr. and Mrs. George Let as landscape borne. 1
1IoK HUCNDU BAH ttt YMC FRIENDLY; COMMUNITY Christine i spent Mother's i FLOWERS your $7.000. Terms..
Kathleen thers. Tallahassee
I Teresa ents of gifts. They were Mrs. of
and David Goboardi; all of.;, The Officers and members Ruth ,Mitchell Mrs. Amy Mc- : Day with his parents, Mr: and. I F.r All Oeeaalol diway 100,23 ml., E. of .5tarkf Keystone Heights Fla.

___ _. Melrose. Also Martha Schaeffer --' of the Community Church arej! Elrath, Mrs.Ronnie Harden-'I 'Mrs. W. AWallace.. I'lelro i i'hone'Ofl2331 ,, 4734818BRADFORD .
rl h". _- -. I or Keyston L and_ Shari'a.. grateful to the Boy Scouts Jor i i (Continued on Next Page) --Mrs. -Elizabeth Kethley ..ol.I .,......- --.. - -- : .fttflorhorncjia. 684-56c5 .!I -_ u. 4. ....__.' '.-a .

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KEYSTONE. .6.... .. You're Invited!, To Take- ,'Advantage. -. of Huij&eds{ .i of Exciting Savings During--Our .

J tf
,HIGHLIGHTSIProm Merchants .f :
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CR k1t STA1 hFtSi

I 'From Preceeding Page] J Js
1 : s
bergh Mrs. Jane Dors, Mrs. j 1 1I
i Elva Scott. J
Host and hostesses for the I. I r '% 'r t
i social hour were Mrs. Irene
Williams :Chairman for May 4i

assisted by Mrs. Sara McDonald i j
and Mr. and Mrs. N. \ 1.
Watson Hardenbergh.On .

hold May an 21,Initiation O.EJ3. Chapterwill Cere- It's Our Biggest Sale of The Year So Stock Up & Save 'i'iL""X

Phyllis mony with Hussey Worthy conferring Matron the I PRICES GOOD r.. ,' . o .. rr ? .. M.FP.,.. ,w.._" ... :w :.._ ;.......a.....,.,._..... .,_.z .c_ ....._. ; a;,.. ,
degree of the order. Mrs. Irene THRU THE \
Williams will be assisted by
Mrs. Gail Sargent Miss Bar- '
RIGHT / i Ft
',bara Southwell, Mrs. Ruby RESERVED EXTRA LEAN FRESHLY GROUND- 'A \ i '
, Wiggins and Mrs. Irene Dawson : i i &
as hostesses for the social _- 4 .
_ _ \ ;
:hour following the meeting. ., ,. -. a : !._ __ ___ Ik1.1tiI:::
r Estrellita Club I '..' S : ,
The monthly meeting of the ; ; ::4 \ i
9 9i
Estrellita Club was held at :.. : 4 < -'
2:00: p. m. on May 8. Mrs. : "b' 'f'

Beatrice Schroeder presided in ; : .' \ I' *;. I

the absence o' President Mrs.I _.

Esther fried chicken Stringer.dinner Reports are on as the yet I nr1,p,,'1 +.., ,,,f,,1& r t. : 4 t 1 Y' '_ _r J I rr t

incomplete, but a good profit j B'rMJ ;
will surely be realized for the P R

Melrose Ing Fund.Masonic Lodge Build-I 100 fft m ; 3 K xj 1 : '____ ________ _______ J

I ,
As summer approaches and i<;;;:> _

vacations will provide more'I M i / p _
time, Mrs. Vera Ownbey and'r _
' Beatrice Schroeder will 8 ./
Mrs. i .tv. ......
: ..
compile a history of the Fs- llM li-1 FcR FAMILY g' LOS .-: '
WITH $5.CO FOOD OSOi,R '. 'w>"
.... ,,
trellita Club from all avail- L h Y ?, w .w .
0 EXPIRES: HAY 19 1363 ft: \\ Pw1yMgQgrspra. ..wM. ,,;,,,-,',,F-??x w.-?
able data and records. The } 1OO 1-.- .
\\\i'\ :
June meeting will feature: : =----=:- .::::"-=. !
Q rL I I! L I I I ii
1JYI r'C
election of officers. No meet- l t 'j
s 'ings in July or August. Social ---- ---- ---- 7" CUT RIB BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN BEEF. _

hour hostesses were Mrs. Irene .4. _
Williams) and Mrs. Sara Mc- : C
Donald. and in June they will LEAN, GOVERNMENT INSPECTED I STEAKS LO

be. Mrs. Ruby Tyre, and Mrs. ,
Vera Ownbey. I. f 11 e e _
PTA To MeetKeystone

will: meet this evening in the
cafetorium at the school. It !!

is hoped that Safety Officer I ) 88CS
Doyle of the F. H. P. will be 511 )))11, Mil k t .STEAKS LO

able to speak to the parents. Q
Be, will talk to the High 3
School students during the SIRLOIN CUBEROUNDPORTERHOUSE( I _
day on safe driving habits. OR T-BONE I ; at ,
The meeting will begin ata00 U .
;: p. m., and it will be the I 11 '. C
last of the 1962-63 season. 0 C ST" E.A' KS LO

ley 1\Ve at hear K. H.that S:Coach has receiveda' Sprad- to VI f1C LB i .({I I ij' _

lot of new football equipment _
for the 1963 season. The
I boys are all busy Spring t

practice wefek! now.three afternoons a ROAST LB t 7 1 BilF ROASTS l6 39c

Only about 16 or 17 childrenwere I
enrolled for first grade j LEAN BUDGET BEEF 1'
May 7. We are sure that more Round Bone ROASTS C Merchants

'I tl\,n, 17 children will be in :ii I 50 ; r SLICED LB 49c
the- first grade this fall. Per- _, Gaa rTxlaas PKG
' haps a number of parentsdidn't .
know about it. "' i >
K. H. S. Seniors are tryingto 1 .
educational 1 1 ( 1 1 1 .' rrrrrwrrrrrrr rrrr r-
cook an .
class trip for up May 22-25. They rf: .. .. ...' .,. ........, ......... :mIJ Merchant! 11 11I
are hoping for School Board. ;" "" '
sanction.. Their destination t /i 1 areuuNtmlaaws
will.probably be Atlanta. I I SPECIAL t! LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED. tA rE ig L). ._ SAVE 7 SAVE 11 I I 1 FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS j
-Gena Massa the winner at 1 h 1! 1 Keystone School, and Mickey : AX .IIW Q ..{. ';':" PURE :AtL VEGETABLE_ WHITE OR BLUE ,:'. t 1 WM Mi COWTON ANP rutCHMf W .

Jackson, the runner-up, went PEACH PI E- t,; :f1 rwrrur FYNE TEX \ t D'i J Half Get Setting-Set .

to'Green Cove Springs on Fri- -:.. \ h O : LOTION 21 I
day ''evening May 10, to take I HOUS ,(@ !' Ik ,.M'MfeHOH MIW VCWMtU StJUrti raw, 5-22-63 UCItvt MM'6ut=.:
part in the Spelling Contest DETERGENT

at Personals Mr-the and County Mrs.Level.Floyd Koons I I 9 4 8"9t 9 C : I:t.m.I! t!

drove to Tallahassee for Mothers I VALUE LB !b ; : 1
''Day. Mrs. [Dorothy] CAN : ...) C r 47'O 8 I ; GREEN I 1c
Koons, who had recently broken I .' ) PKG wnxnsscourow oniwusla STAMPS. I
her ankle, outfitted herself Cl
1 ,. ; 1 Il'iJ Reg. or Hard-to-HoId t
wheelchair with crutches, and became cane and a I ,, ...' ."-1 s J l3 CAN f .:. ...i,\ rr n: HAIR Adorn SPRAY 22'1

ladY' of leisure as she rode i r. ., FOOD FAIt: SAVE JlCOFFEE < "-... DETERGENT SAVE 131 ..dA.-4.ONtoTIESIwS10UYQMWIMr0U/4MbUY.--- s.=s-sa' .__._..r
triumphant in the rear seat. LB ) ::: -
1Jf rt :: SAVE 2 1,7 .
She has an unbounded amount : ;:;: : GIANT FAR Ol sat
C N. I 3 :
of, and her spirits are I "" < < PURE LARD .A5 25 .
energy "" 'KG
I limlt-l 1 Coffee (ye.r cfoic; ) :-4. -'-.. .. t. ,. I McrWnts. I'I'I
r u..k-II"hoi with :
over bouyant. Nice going : ". ; ( I
0 with feed ,
$5 eidsr
or more d :
< "" "'" ,
.. '
:: .! .J> L.11"1I.Y9ur( choice)with ) Ss or more food order I U 1y. .
Dorothy I '
.t _. 7. t..: FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS ;"
.: : : $5 or more Food order i I I
Sorry to hear that Mrs. \ .. .,: I
f I
Edith Thornquist has been i CHICKEN TURKEY: BEEF \ \.... y ...:- >.,. '<, .nO\VdJ'i: i ti'" : GREEN, STAMPS Qf :
I .
I .
very ill in the Alachua Coun- .B.* .'", ;.... """J _. ... ......,..- .h WlTIIJlllSCOI.ftjNAHD.P\I .
I a, lm ':>. .. ...' ...J. ''. .'. -- '' ', hdf fal' .
the \
ty General Hospital since i i ., .'. o :;; .Yo I rAt I Plain or Marble Doubt 1
early part of May. Thanks to : L l 1 POUND CAKE 23'
I r t r4J L L1 5 t" I w.oacax fOYleSWolStOVltar4yO medical and the ,
good care SAVE 3 2/3'A*: 1
many prayers of her many
friends, she is improving slow-

ly.. APPLE SAUCE 00 t 1i OI / Merchnds 1
$ o :
Mrs. Bert Christoffers con- % 33 OI JARS 1 1
\ !
tinues to improve which pleases ; 4 I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS
her family and friends. On I I1 .

Mother's Day, she more or ; r SAVE 3 l/3 A CAN ASSORTED FRUIT FLAVORED SAVE- 31/5t A CAN LIBBrS Cr. Style or Wh. Kernel I ,, 1 wlwnsscouronuarusch GREEN STAMPS ssa t 1'
less' held "open house", and : FftR t0 Menthol
: Reg. or t
visited by her carious t ..'ti >\ F I
was 3
children, namely,Dr. and Mrs. HI C DRINKS 39Ct CORN 7 17 or $1.i I I SHAVE BOMB 24. :
Don Christoffers and children, SAVE 3 1/3; EACH 46 OZ CANS ..M.M0_--.IQ9vu wterwrtrWSrarfnrlwtwra.kMyy A.n.n _.r.wr[ .'
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Newnan! "

and children, and Mr. and I '. '. .City y ___ NEW! MERCHANTS,r,n STAMPS
Mrs. Bert Christoffers Jr. Also ... .- ""tt "
.. = -"F"1
'Mrs. Bert Christoffers ... .... .:i. GIFTBOOK
Jr.s! mother, Mrs. Anne Lach-I
ovitz. and Chuck Newnan's I I AVE 12t EA. SPECIAi 11 aaE111nesas'
mother Mrs. Emma C. New- i i't
uan. I V/KO'.E 1 1 J 1 ____________________

..-i ,i POTATOtS 2 14 OZ 2,} :

= GRUH 11
r ''J, R. Smith, pastor. Ralph!j ",:. ...is.t'I I- FREE EXTRA I
Copeland, Minister of Music ; u i MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ;
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yyyyyvyyyvyyyyvyyyyyvI They had as their guests the 381-That portion of !' Lots 3.&W 6%' of I Beg at XE Cor of 4 > :/* ex
JJEU of-XEH S of Lot 4 of Blk 15 in EU of Xlrun
., other teachers, "Mrs. Mattie Rd 113 IS 7 .20 36 Gretcher Nicholas 46.2(1( L T & COS SID Mary Coleman 9.23 W 335 Ft S 330 Ft ,f
Whitten X 30 FtofLot4 of < to POB then E 1JO .' .. '
GRAHAM Ellis Mrs. Loca and: L!
403 Lots 5 &, 6 of
Blk lSinJ..T&- Ft S 50 Ft W 130 : "' (:,"
the principal, Tommy Hill. Elk 7 Corllotta Unit COS SID S Alberta Watkins 5.36 Ft X 50 Frto roB 29 6 22 f Lela. Buckles ':.11
Church NewsCorsages I Bobby James Jones 10.56 WofLots3&4. Lot in SW Cor of
:' Bjr RkhaCd Cain to 408-NW i of XWU Southern Oil of B1K 27 In L T &; Frances Slocum Lot 4 of Blk 5 10'1'" "" aN&Sby125E& .> .'.
Our Soil S Our Strength were presented ex 1 A X. of Ry 17 7 20 %3" Chemical Co. 1,580.40 COS S/D S Williams 3.05 ." ,.

: &AAAAAAAAWAAAAA& ,the youngest_ and oldest 412-XH of Lot 1 ex' Southern Oil Lot 2 of Blk :31 inL W in Gaskin ADD James v W. Thomas .''
mothers present at the morn- 10 A W of Ry 11.7 20 18 &: Chemical Co. 17.13 T &: COS SID Ethel Lloyd Dixon 8.73 Beg 104S & 15' N
: Lefevers Twins Soil Conservation Brooker EOS:-All SW* of XEU Lot2& N 23 Ft of ef SE Cor of XEU I .
ing service at the j
Noffld&3A Lot 4 of Pk 33 in 80" :
w Celebrate Their Fourth N-E-W-S Baptist Church Sunday. Mrs. in XE Cor. of SE& ;'- L. T. & COg SID Emma Hughes Eat. 1%.!% 70. S 80, E 70' to

: Last Saturday evening mas- Ronald Wiggins received one of NWU 27 5 21 23 Carl Reddish. 17.30 N4SFtofLotl&S2SFtoLot2of beg 29 6 22 Barney,. .vS rMot&. t ;
Jers ". "'
John Robert Jack Tract A of Westpine
S and By Bill Has for being the youngest and 509-86 of NW% Ex I -p ., Elk 4TinL&T SID ex E ISO' 29 6 22 .JI' TVk'Th naa 1! I'
David Lefevers entertained Soil Conservation Service Mrs. Beulah Harrell one for 3AInNlCor&a1lN COS SID Ida Simmons Agt. S.49 Com at XW cor of .

w with a small party. celebrating the oldest. % of' SWU X of' X 50 Ft of Lot 2 of AN'estpine SID runS
their Branch 27 5 :21! 117: try Reddish. Est 80.12, :! Blk'471n LT& S. !3>:.9 Ft for FOB
-) fourth birthday. Sam chairmanof I Mrs. Howard Douglas gavea 56c--XWH of SE'ii .. COS: S/D Hazel Williams 14.17 VT 125 Ft, S 100 Ft -
They are the twin sons of Mr. McGarvey, t party Friday night.for her i & S 45' of W '323;)* 34 5 21 40 Ray A. Salazar 54.61. wn.' of Elk 47 in L' ;" -. E 125: Ft, X 100 Ft
the Board of Supervisorsfor 'i'& COS SID ; Emma Hughes Est. 8.73Sallie to roB '
and Mrs. Thomas Lefevers of 617-Com at XE Cor ex R/AV for ( *
"""" the Bradford Soil conser-I Junior Training Union class. ofS% of XWH of : Lots 2 of Blk 48! in L & JoeWilliams 5.64 City: 29 6 22 J. w. Thomas. 4: II
Graham. T & COS SiD, Lot :* in Great
The goup enjoyed ska.ting in XEli run S 250' for Oaks .
t Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. vatlon District asked pas- Gainesville and weiner roastat POB. S 105'. W 10;)' : : Lots 1. t3 & 4 of $ SDCom ?' Gene Xoegel .J.: ,:. .,!t
tors of the different church'sin I a N 105' E 105' to ,-f I : Carl Jones Sunday was their the Community Center la- __ !. Lots 5. 6. 8. *. 12 in Jof XWVi run E
POD 1 21
J. E. Garrison 25.43 12.04Lots
the County to take part in E. K. Perryman '
---.son and daughter-in-law Mr. L ,T & COS ADD 840' S 2S5' to S 1l'il1t'1 \
i iI ter. Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. .
621-S! 784 Ft of SW- -
of Canal for
Soil Stewardship Week. The 8, 9, 10. 11 of r
and Mrs. Leslie Jones and Albert I James Temple assisted Mrs. '4 of SWU lying K. ;, I' Blks 19 in L. T. & Pun, Cont S 13;',
week will be celebrated this -
Of Rd & Ex R/W & 4.59 AV 356' Canal .
Thomas all of Hampton. Douglas with the party. COS ADD E. K. Perryman Hly
with year throughout Florida and : Ex 5/8 A'in NW Cor .. Lots 13,. & H of Blk Along Canal 3SO' to .
Visiting Mr. and Mrs.
: the nation beginning on May Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney Desc. DB 84 P? 2S5 1. 6 %1" Henry Leroy! Heina !!.70 24 in. L. T. & COS. roll :33 6 :22! Leota )McQueen. ; C7
Roy Starling Sunday after- and sQn of Gainesville were SJ4-1-A In NE Cor ADD : S Lester J, Prevatt 67.47J. : Be? at XE Cor of X- "
Ev-I 19, Rural Life' Sunday according of XEU Beg. 20' WOn & \V'4 of XWH & mix
noon was Mr. and Mrs. W 56 Ft ofLotS -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
to Robert N. Morris of N Line Being }W 56 Fi of XVi of .: S; 361.5 AV 361.5! ,
erett Green and daughter of of ,' Markey Saturday afternoon.Mr. 210' Sq. 2 G' 21 Eflsio Cocamo. Jr. C.C1 Lot SofflIk 19 in X 361.5' E 3615' to -
Morris is President
Starke Tampa. 671- of XEV4 of A. Bell 17.45 POB .. Si 6 22
and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal Temples Add 2H Jacqueline Moorer U 9:>
Kenneth the Florida Association of NEU 10 6 21 20 II. J. Thomas 14.9( Lots 1. 2, 3 of Blk
Starling of Gaines- MERRILL
Conservation visited Mrs. Neta Dyal in 372-XJ of NE' of 20 in Temples ADD A. W. Masters 31.0 EIWARDS
Soil and Water TAX
ville. Starke Sunday afternoon.Mrs. NEU Ex U-A in Lots 5. 6. 7 & 8 of I I OF
The Rev. Tyler and wife of District Supervisors. principal : Amanda Lewis visited NE Cor S of Gr Rd 10 8 21 IS1! \ nE's Thomas 55.12; Blk' in City Park Mack Futch 'sISi I II ', 5-9 4t 5FARM -: STARKE, FLORIDA
sponsor of the annual observ- S/D ;
Jacksonville was speaker at ance in Florida. her son Allen in Alachua (Continued on Page 12)) '. I I

the Baptist Church Sunday General Hospital in Gaines
.. "The Secretary of Agricul- .
morning, and night. ture, Orville L. Freeman and ville Friday night. a

John Willis of Mulberrywas I Mr. and Mrs. Alan Messmoreand NOTICE.

visiting relatives here last of Don USDA's Williams.Soil'Conservation Administrator I' daughter Anna Marie of Notice I 1' hpr.bv given that th* following described land!" i-- AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I IAuto
be gold
at Publll' :
week.. Savannah. Ga., were visitingher at 1:4'0 o''ln'k noon. on t1P ith "
Service have both urged all II' day or June, Al).. 1963. at the City "all. Citv of St .rke, County -
Mrs. N J. Lefevers and Mr. and Mrs. A. of
of our people to join with us parents, State f.Porlda'! to' pay thf" amQJ1J1t due for taxes .
children had as guests last in church congregations and L. Green for a few days this sale herein and advertISIng.Jpt opDoIte, same. together with aU costs of such .

Friday Mrs. George Tison and
in community groups in renewing week.Mr.

family of Fairbanks. our awareness of our and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Description of Inad S T R A Owner Amount and of Txf'I Costs.. ,Electric ServiceAutomotive I Automatic TransmissionsONE I I, & INDUSTRIAL Mot orcycles-Scoolers

Mrs. Kate Is Jr.. Patty and Billy were the
.. Starling now responsiility as stewards of II,
w. Com
In Gainesville Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. at SE COT nf ElectricService I Central Tractor Co.
at the homeof our land ani water resources, Sac and run W 105 ,Streit's
her son and daughter-in- Morris said. W. E. Bigham, Sr. In Lake- Ft fnr a POB. run DAY SERVICEALL I FGRI TKACTOIIS Bicycle Shop

law Mr. and Mrs. Napoline X 105 Ft. W JlI5 Ford Cushman & Vespa Scooters
In Gainesville. Jim Ham- land.Mr. Ft. s S: 105 Ft. E 105' Farming: ImplementsAgricultural
and Mrs. Connie' Clarkof MAKES-REPAIR Ducati liSA-
.> Starling. Mrs. N. Starling Is mett. State Conservationist for Ft. to POB 20 62% Lester Prevatt 1764 Industrial

1.-l .....a patient in the Alachua General -' USDA's Soil Conservation'I' Hampton Lake were the Com& at SE Cor of Sec.; Repairs Our Specialty AND EXCHANGE Complete Service & Parts Dept.: -Sales] & Service
run W 315 Ft ,
: dinner Generators Ignition SCHWINN BICYCLES
Saturday night Starters
We wish for -
Good Used
Service, said. "This year's a POB,'run X 105, Equipment
**-* ,her a speedy recovery. i! theme for the oservance of 1 Rev. and Mrs. James Temple ,. Ft., W 210Ft. S' .. ., Regulators, Solenoids, Gator Automatic 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville Locksmith & Safe Work

..... Mr. and Mrs. Willie Strick- Soil Stewardship Week, 'We and family.Mr. POi 105 Ft. E 210: Ft to .-. ., _.>t t ,.r; ..- Aramaturea PhONE 376-5430 6615 W. University Ave.
20 6 22 1 Transmission Service
"T1 land and family of Ft. McCoy : Turn Our Eyes to the Future.: I and Mrs. Alex Williams Lot 9 of Blk 2 in. Lester Prevatt 1227 Gainesville 376-7761

was visiting with Mr. and Mrs. and and Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Acres S/D Water & Fuel Pumps FURNITURE -
j is fitting for this day and son Com 'ofS sIde of Alberta. Tyson, 2.55 INC. I MUSIC SUPPLIESGridley
... Carl Jones last week. I time. Most certainly today I Wilson Green and daughters Rd 200-200 Ft N 'r Exchange Service on Starter! I i .!

Nelson Westberry of Way-I! all of Jacksonville, were the from S Line of SC- I II Home Beautiful
city people as well as our of and Generators 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) : Music
cross, Ga. was visiting with I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 14 SWH & run I
: farmers and ranchers should N 204 Ft W 21565: : I Wholesale Retail I Gainesville PHONE 372-037J I
Richard Cain Sunday after- :, be aware of the challenge of! Dave Green. S 187.91' E to POB : ,I I Furniture Co. Co. Inc.

noon. Mr. Westberry is a radio -.1 the future to raise our living i Miss Iris Brown of Jack- or BK 21 Pg 571 21 6' 22 1 Carl M.: hUtch 85.54 620 S. Alain Gainesville I COMPLETEDECORATING

operator with the Way- standards in rural areas by I sonville was the weekend Parcel 173 Dose or Bk 17- 21 6 22 Sam Williams", et .al 18.61 PHONE 372-6990 :AUTO UPHOLSTERYL. SERVICEVast CE.TRAL"ORI A.S

cross Police Department.Miss Rural Areas Development and I guest of her mother Mrs. H. Lot 1 thru 6 of Bit Leslye Best & Selection Of Complete Music Stork

Odesa Fowler of Starke Soil and Water Conservation."I O. Brown. They attended- Lot 10 3 in of N Blk Reno 20 S/D in :X:' ISM Hightower 10.27 AUTO BRAKES Known Brand Names Nationally Pianos by Baldwin Storey A

has been spending this week According to Bob Morris, church service at the Methodist Reno SID Sally P.' Williams. ., .' 2.55 & S. Auto Trim Clark Henry I.. iIIer-
here in Graham with Miss Linda Lot 1 of .... GUARANTEED PRICKS
advance notices he has received -I Church at Worthington Blk 1 in Ga Fisehek

Starling.Mr. from the Supervisors Springs, where Mrs. Brown received Lot hagan 8 of SID Blk 1 in. Oa-. Floyd' Pickens 2.55 Hull's Brake Supply"BRAKE Complete Auto Upholstery Assurance of Satisfaction Organs by Baldwin Conn

and Mrs. Walter Ratliff of Florida's 58 Conservation the corsage for the hagan S/D ex R/W Aaron Holley 2.55 Tailor) Made Seat Covers CONVENIENT TERMS Gibson & Gretch Guitars-

and three children of Milton Districts indicate that the observance oldest mother present. They Lot 10 in Blk 3 in Ga- SPECIALISTS"For Convertible Tops FREE PARKING Amplifiers

returned home Saturday p. m. this year in Floridaof also attended the Parrish reunion hagan S/D Willie., Green 2.55 COS N. W. 8th. A\enue i 1703 N. Main St. Gainesville 1004 N. Main
Com 860' E & 30' X
after a week visit with his I Rural Life Sunday and at Little Springs church. of SW ('or of XW'i. _,: Every Car or Truck Gainesville 372-8661 Gainesville Shopping Center

parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Soil Stewardship Week will I Edward Endicott and Steve of SWH. X 100V E .:: ; GARDEN SUPPLIES
50', S 100', W 50' Turning Grinding Relining I New and UsedPIANOS
Ratliff, The Ratliffs and Lee be more widespread than in Kreis were in Knoxville, Tenn. .
I 22 6 22' Willie Lee Pearce 24.75 While You Wait Johnson & Paris Inc.
Sparks all went to Six Gun other years. over the weekend visiting Com 866'. E & 30 ,

Territory and Silver Springs "With God's blessings and Steve's parents Nof5W'j0f.: 1314 S. Main Gainesville '', Complete Line of I GUITARSflIlUMS.Sifl

Saturday and while there saw man's proper care our soil will WH of swy, N Complete Beauty Culture SEEDSILANTSFERTILIZERS- MUSIC
220' for POB f 82-1497
E .
Hass who. is star Bonanza T. continue to be productive anda AT TilE TABERNACLEDr. 100'. X 50' W 100.% First Mtff Corp Girls Women Men Budget Term

..... V. program. In person.J. I source of life for all man- S 50 to POB 22 6-' 22 of Stuart 20.61 Tuition Budgeted IngN'ticidf'S-IJet Supplies Lillian's

W. Starling of kond for generations to come", and Mrs. Harry McGee Parcel Dec! in DB 88- AUTO SALES & SERVICE FREE PLACEMENT "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders" Music Store

clear-I arrived from :Miami Thursday' 441 23 6' 22 Johnny Lane 2.55 I
water has been visiting Morris said. 224 "Gainesville'Leader"
Parcel Desc 'in DB 88- Special Brush-Up Courses N. W. 8th Ave.PIIQNE .

Graham at the home ., where they have spent some 443 ..2J. 22 Walter West a2.85 LINCOLN' MERCURY S72-0476( Since 1933
time in' ''missionary work. Dr. Lot 6 of Blk 2 _. ::. FIAT 3IETCOB 112
and Mrs. Zack Robinson. i 9YYYYYYYYTYTYYY.YYYYY1 XatWilliams pOMET Central Hairstyling Gainesville, Fla. S. E. First Calnegv
Those with Mr. and McGee brought a splendid SID ':f' Lottie Mae Reynolds 4.09 'f
visiting .
Lots :"'' :' j f" 1\\
II 1J & 22 of Bit i r MOVER
at the Friday night Authorized Sales-Service- INSULATION.
Mrs. John McKinney over the BROOKERBy message 2 in NatO Williams .' College HOOFING

weekend were: Mr. and Mrs.B. service and Mrs. McGee con-- SID .. Elizabeth Givens 7.68 Parts

L. McKinney and family of Shirley Green tributed a beautiful vocal so- iLot I SWH in as NW Desc% of in .. Trained \echanlcs-Good 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville All American Gainesville

Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Jim 10. I>B 70I'g 301 ex 3764105BUILDING Insulation MayflowerLOCAL I

Hinson of Starke and Arthur Phone 2281&AAAjL&AALALAAAWA4 The McGees left Wednes- R/W in Nat Wil- John t: Used Cars & RoofingCO.
hams SID 22 6 22 Annie Willians 4.05 MATERIALS : AND LQNQDISTANCE
Melton of Waldo. day for points west to partici- Com at SW Cor of i MOVING

Richard .Cain was dinner pate in Bible conferences. NWU o! SWH runE ,:*:, ';.;. ': Barkley Motors i New Roofs Shinglesor And

at the home of J. E. Townsend was the I The Bible School} begins the 400 Ft, X 400 : BuiltUpRoof Storage Crating
Trooperand I
quest E 250 Ft for POB 615 N. Main Gainesville Gainesville, Phone 876-5224
weekend guest of his mother study of the Old Testament ... .-! Ridgway Roofs Cleaning & Repairs
Mrs. R. C. Brannan Jr.. Cont E 250 Ft: S "r _, !'. f
of Macclenny last Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. Lola Townsend in Pa- Book of Micah next Sunday 100 Ft. W 250 Ft. t .1:1. :. a-.:.., ;.,. .,--, Fiberglass Insulation

la tka. E. N 100 Ft to FOB ex f Truss Co. Blown or Batt Security Transfer
and the Teacher, Barney
and i
J. A. Griffis Mrs.
W 100' 22 6 23 "' Leonard .Peterson .. 6.22
NeUie Griffis were; visiting the Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere MacRae invites those not attending -i W 50' of N 93.75' of ,; !",a 'fi.;- ". ,." B & G Motors Co. Contractor or Retail & Storage Inc.

latters son, Mr. and Mrs. S. in Lake City on business Bible School else S 356.25' of W% of' Wood !Trusses & DAY or NITE ,

<- in Pa- Friday. where to join the class each SWH of SWH ex ; : Prefabricated Components 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville' AGENTS FOR
R. Griffis and family R/W 2! 6 2Z Pioneer: Finance Co. 26.10 CADILL'COLDSMOBILEF85mLLMAN: !
latka last Thursday. Those attending the Parrish ,, Sunday morning at ten o'clock. Com at SW cor of SW Any Size Free Estimates FOGARTY BROS,

reunion were Mrs. :Mary "COME THOU WITH US 4. N 500'. E 200' 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. JANITORIAL SUPPLIES I TRANSFER, Inc.
Thomas H. Lefevers of Graham for POB E 50' N -
who Is employed at the : Green Mrs. T. W. Markey. AND WE WILL DO THEE 108' W 50', S 100' \ Sales and Service 372-3961-Collect Call i Local<< & Long Distance MovingCr.r1ingStorugePaekIng

-' Mrs. Evan Hodges A. I* GOOD." [Numbers 10:29.1: to FOB being on Lamar Mops & Slopping Equipment' ;
1tedl.l\11ll Corp. of Brooker St. 22 6 22 Emanuel Pope ; ,27.57. ,* Brooms Brushes
Green and son, John. W.13th. Rt. U Phone 376-2666
: 2001 N.
has spent the past week in FIRST PRESBYTFJOAX Com at NW Cor of 1// :'t.t_, *
"""* state of Indi- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinhols- SWH of SWH fc ';*_ :: :; .' '. PHONE 876-7515 : CEMENT Washes Cleaners 1040 So. Main Gainesville
_his old home CHURCH i.--
run S ll0Ftfora -:- ;' Rest Room Supplies
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson I : : i
POD then run E 200 a' .. ;,
ana. Green and daughters and! Starke. Ft.S5OFtW200 .' ": ,-t-; THE :NEON SIGNS

: ( Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency .. Crane Motor Co.LARK ,LINTELS WINDOW SILLS I
Mrs. Lucile Baxter all of, 'tN50FttoPOl3ex ..
.. ... Gainesville 11. Walton Grady. Minister 868A Don MacClellan Co.
of Cox >
H. C. Raleigh
J' and -
son Jacksonville Mrs. R/W 22 6 22 .... ... I' i STEPPING STONES Jeffcoat
were visiting
community WEEK OF MAY 19-25 Com at XW Cor of ,'. ..."'. S
=.was visiting in our .st. : Janitorial & MaintenanceSupplies
ANGLIA "If It's Cement \V Cast
Rosa Pinholster] Sunday.T. SWH of SW%, & ,. }. Neon
-last week. Mr. Surrency has Sunday, 9:45: a. m., Sunday run S 210 FtE100 ; SignsNEON

=bee:\ sick. but seems to be W. Markey was surprised School; 11:00: a.' m., Morning Ft for a ron, run ,.., ..ENGLISH FORD Cement 1315 N. W. 4th. Place PLASTIC PAINTED
Sunday when one of his nelI Sloort. E 259 Ft ''
greatly improved this time. ces from the Panama Canal Worship; 6:00: p. m., Junior N 100: Ft, W 259 Ft "0: MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO Precast Products Gainesville 372-2723 Neon Designing Neon Repairs
Broughton -I Choir Practice; 7:30: p. m., to POB 22 6 22 LInnie Tyson et al, a.14 I Erecting Maintenance
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby 2033 N. E. 27th Av Gainesville
visited him. She is the daughter Authorized Sales & Service
1 Lot in SE Cor of LADIES WEAR
Gainesville was visiting Evening Worship. 1611 S. ,Main ____ Gainesville
of of his late brother Dr. EV4 of XE'i of SW4beinglOO'N&- "[r PHONE 372-0938;
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wednesday 6:30: m., Phone Day 372-0302
his parents M. R. Markey. p. "Complete Service for All
last week. Family Night. S by 50' E & W 22 I 6.) 22 Elizabeth J., Given 16.37C. -, Cherry'sGainesville's Nite 372-8897
Bijmghton Breakfast For The -
E 3A of S% of SE i Makes"
M.r. and Mrs. Albert Sparks First And Second Grades Thursday 7:30: p. m., Senior of SW 4 of SWH 22 6 22 S A.. Crum 3.32 CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST Most Fashionable! OFFICE EQUIPMENT

and sons were in Gainesville Mrs. Art Quicksall Mrs. Choir Practice. Lot ;Sot; Blk 2 in '. 506 E.University Ave. Address For LadiesIRESSESSUITSCOATS '

Sunday visiting with Mr. and i Leon Jones, Mrs. Salty Lang-I. ;Friday Adult Workshop On ex Bradford S 110' Hts SID Jacqueline A. Moorer 9..".3. -- THAT ALL YOUR Parker'sGainesville's
Mrs. Andrew Sparks. ford. Mrs. J. R. Mott Mrs. Covenant Life. W 40 Ft of N 105 Ft PHONE MATERNITY WEARACCESSORD2S
of E44 of XW&, Rogers &: Mable .... CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
of Mont Complete Office
Mrs. Novella Abernathy Cecil Melvin Mrs, Earl Green Saturday, Curriculum at of SEtf of XEHW4 28 6 2% Battle .!'.. I .5 Gainesvilje. Fla. THE BEST FROM:

Ocala was visiting at the homeof and their teacher Mrs. M. Camp Montgomery. of,SEJ.',' of SE>4 105 W. University, Galnesvfifo Equipment & Machine

Mr. and Mrs- H. W. Was. D. Harrell gave a breakfas of NE'l ex E.90'- 28 6 22 i Percy Sullivaa 19-54 Store.
BBc A 1 Lot S --.DODGE-D.-\RT- Edwards Building
ex on
T. Office
din for the first and second Side being 220 Ft' ,>, DODGE TRUCKS i
Della O'Steen of High I grades in their room Wednes- SPONSORS SING E & W by' S5.7 /.Ft : Supply, Inc. I Underwood Products
N&S.on W side .
visiting with Mr. the Brooker S3.lesPartsService 601 W. University Ave.
Springs was day morning 4 t The Pine Grove Congrega. by 84.7 Ft NI&S S
E side in Bland- 726 S. Main-372-4844 Gainesville 372-2555
and Mrs. Zack Robinson.Mrs. Junior High School. The on S
tional Methodist Church will ''': W. Smith 73.03 Stork Shop i
ing SID Virginia USED CARS TOO
I is in the ,
Jim breakfast consisted of bacon., 1 Gainesville, Fla.
at sponsor a, community: sing Sunday SH of Lot 8 &: 'All: :. ** ; I I Special Occasion Dresses To ROOFING
:i, ? Bradford County Hospital I eggs orange Juice fnltt"cock- 19 at 2 at the., Lot 9. of Blanding .'; .
May p.m. .. 60.79 Poole-Gable Motors Every Day Sportswear
is the iL' Smith
Hinson S/D
this time. Mrs. tail. toast jelly and milk. v Junlns .
of Mr. and Mrs. I church near Raiford. Lots 10, 11 ex W 300' : ELECTRIC MOTORS Formal*-Long Dresses, Slim The Helzel} Co.

? daughter Lots 12. 13, 14 Of 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Jim Shorts-Matching; Tops ROOFING
John McKinney of Graham. Blk C in BlandIng PHONE 872-4343 I
Mrs. Jane Lot 13 &: 14 &: part -: ; Electric Motor .114 So. Main GainesvilleMEN'S
home in Branford over the Xotice is hereby given that on the 31st day of May. 1963 at of Blk C. E of Cre k !. ;w b' AIR pOXDITIONTNQ
'9 weekend visiting family and I Stark, County of Bradford, state of Florida, tax sale: certificates & W'at ditch } :& Virginia W. Smith 11.23 AUTO SALVAGE Co. I No Job Too Large Or Too Small
will be sold on the following: described land to pay the amount Repair STORE
Lots 5 &: 7 of Blk .: .:.. f., I 202S.E.4th st. Gainesville
friends. I due for taxes herein set opposite the :tame, together with all costs 13 in oriff Town of .. OF GAINESVILLE, INC. I
in of such sale .and all advertising.Ao. Starke /T' Marshall 58.20 H. M. & Co.I PHONE 372-1491
Mrs. Nattie Davis was Ir55v, : : ;; !, Paul's Auto Salvage I: Chitty
'-- BIk 14 ex Hoover lot 1', ; ,';' COMPLETE ELECTRIC I
Jacksonville visiting with relatives Description Anonnt *f Taxe in SE in .
cor Orlff Bradford SINCE 1902 PHOTO SHOP
and friends. ef Uad S T R A Owner ..< Coats Town of Starke Supply BuilcUnc'IS'. .00 We Buy Wrecked Cars At 1OTORSA.LF.S I
home of Mr. E 70 .Ft of Lot S of'- AND SERVICE Curlee Salts
Visiting at the 3E' of XE'i N t ,.TOPPRICES Fuller's Foto Inc.
and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin forMother's & B of Riur' 4 7 .19 3 R. D. & Corthy Cellon 2.4J Town Blk of 27 Starke Original ex 'r' "Distributor of Arrow Norris Casual Shirts ,

Ii.\-Beg 5775' S of ., Models Used & Underwear Central Florida's Finest
32.9ft All Makes
and RJ1'l W. Masters &
Mr. .. A.
Day was XE Cor of New \i, New Lincoln :Motors'PHONE *
Mrs. A. T. Andrews of Gaines- of X\VU, S 210'V CombnNsde of. Parts 372-8818 Stacy Adams Suonu Selection of
210' N 210 E Madison St where it h Shoes.
1O' find
% Sr1ee-W win New & Used Cameras
lj,: ville. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby to Beg Ex R/W 1SOA I JO 1 Robert 1". Moody' 11.$' inter E side of Teletype 1030 S. Main. Gainesville
Wasdin, Mr. and Mrs. A. Was Com: at SE Cor .. Court St &: run E any. part for you. i. Stetson &: Mallory Hats. Photographic Equipment A
*! 201 Ft X 105 Ft TVS __
to.- 1 S.E. First St. Gainesville
of XEVi of Phone 376-4512) Supplies
din and Mr. J. Ft 7 in N 40 Ft ; I
X 105' for POll Cont .... ';. I 1301 S. Main Gainesville! Black White
N 2 Ft W 40H Ft ."' ',t c"' & Finishing
Jacksonville. _
!10 E 210' to FOB. 11 I. SO MHford K.. Campbell, ifsC I to then Court Wly St con then 5% Ft S L, l : ...",. > I AUTO TIRES Central Florida Tile In Before Noon-Out at 5

CARD OF THANKS 164 lot 4 of Block : J 125 Ft to POB 2S 1 %' .* E. 'K,.1Ferryrnan1 5i35. : Co. Gainesville Granite 619 W. University Gainesville
35 In Town of New -* I
D..erIptI. 7".01la. of TaI -
I would like to take this opportunity River 23-i 20 Jessie SeweU Ect. C.ll I of laid .. S T R A Ow.e-n $.< Co. FOR THE BEST INICECAPPIN CARPETS BY I & Marble Works :TYPEWRITERS

157 STVtf of SWH I
sin- I Com at XW Cor of '.. ;
to express my & 2 Ata ; -Jt I G Monarch, Loomwsave, !
of SWU : 2 .. S Lee's MONUMENTS
Call &: Bay St*. : CEMETERY
SE Cor of SW 4 of Sonthern 00 & S. (Hancock Typewriter
cere thanks and appreciationto run X 21S.55 Ft. W Cars- Trucks Tractors Downs & MARKERSLettering
I S\W| Ex R/W 1.:0 1% Chemical Co. 7U5 .
llSfc Ft for roB 1.
the staff of Rubber Room Size-Wall to Wall
100 A Cold
all the nurses % Gnjde
CLot I of Blk L ran N 94.31 Ft. Wly &: Cleaning Exchange
Bradford County hospital and I in Ward City '8' 7:0 Mrs.. L. A. Green 5.11 155.77 Ft, Sly' 78 Ft : '. Factory Trained Recapper Installation Domestic & Industrial Marbl<
Dr. Adams for the care and I 27S-Lots *4. :a &: 2:6: Ely -155' Ft to POB 28 C 22 W/J. Studstm 8.:9 Armstrong and Kentile JOHN HANCOCKVictor
I Tire & & Granite
of Blk 8 in Ward W 52* of Lots 3 & 4 English
k.....kindness they gave me duringmy ity Ex W3&"I 7 20 G.. .E.. GrWl 7.24 of Blk! 16 InI1.T Floor Coverings Coffee Tables Counters R. C. Allen ClaryRcgna
illness. I also want to %S9- Lots 11. IS, of -** &:Cos- SID11" .: Carrie Coleman." '_ 9-3. Recapping COMPLETE LINES OF Fireplaces -Sales & Service
friends for the Blk IS In Ward City I 0 7 !O<*' ,:Seth, Lester 5.S1 EH- Of Lot 1. 4 2 of 1 '*. "i. *" .
riT thank all my -.I S75-X4 of SWH of BUt 18 in LT'.E. 5 i 1111 S. Main StreetS TILES MARBLE: 2125 S. E. 4th St. I 431 N. Main Gainesville

-lovely cards and flowers. NWU & All NAVK Gretcher COS S/D "Joe Coleman. ., J.fS 372-2197 1540 Waldo r.d. G'ville 376-6406 Gainesville 36-6151 Phone 376-5531 .
:::. Harry LQv ll. of NWU S of Rd 15 7 20 40l hoes! et aj 2J.3S S 4 .
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br I I1 1 M
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I I f P ,. V VII I V (IS N $
Home ri r.c bTAMPi cnan iTAMPi gs U CETY0tFEEECOW

1 j 100 EXTRA i { Jh .
DemonstrationNotes ;[ A 1 I y OF THE EXCITING NEW

;t ..j: I ;(l.W" GRE N STAMPS
. J sr.z, I 1 1 1 I IIJ' JW GREEN STAM Jill


Home Demonstration Agent '' Good Thru Limit One Coupon To.Adult With !. AT] ,
1 } rI May 1 18th A $5iOO: or More Food Order. i !' '

6 U li I I f I 1 -.. i
I 1 e.eer c.ch I
Rich Enrichment i cover, reduce heal and simmer 1 eTAr.i irA.vi I ''

RICH is NOW ENRICHED: !! 25 minutes,, or until rice is 1.................................................-.I .
ITS READY TO USE-DO j I tender. Stir in the meat and

NOT WASH OR DRAIN. i!f cook slowly. stirring occasionallY I ,z Small Tender Smoked r
The purpose of the enrichment !; until heated through, I Fla p4
of rice is to return the about 5 minutes. Mmes 6 PI

valuable vitamins and miner- j i servings,. two-thirds cup each, OIO'RE : .. : D R
als that have been removed in I Daylilies 'ftn" ._
the milling polishing pro- i Because daylilies are hardy, I GEPS
I'JI'\r4It\ ""Quantity Rights Reserved -t j Prices Good Thru. May 18tj(
cess. Thiamine niacin and have a long blooming period of I _
Iron are. required by law to i j brilliant colors and are almost SqtE
be replaced, and the addition j free from disease and insects,i
of Vitamin D and calcium I we appreciate them in our '"' SHANK HALF Colonial Brand Heavy Quick Frozen]

are. optional. Federal specifications '. gardens. They require very lit-
permit the enrichmentof I; tie care in the way of fertilizer c

rice by the addition of the and water, I A. Choice Cu HENS
vitamins and minerals in a i Last weekend. we enjoyed ':1 Center e up
powdered form. Therefore, DO i seeing them along 'the roadsides r SIICES
NOT WASH OR DRAIN BE- i in. several west Florida LB. -:
-YOU'LL BE POURING;,, We suggest to those who ,/
HARD-TO-GET VITAMINSAND want new kinds, to 'buy day- i l'
MINERALS DOWN THE lilies in bloom, so they get WHOLE or HALF ft EXCELLANT FOR
DRAIN! what they want. The plants CHICKEN SALAD LIL
Store rice In a cool, dry will not 'die from transplant- c 4@ r w A w .Butt Half. LB. 451BII'
i place in containers with tikht- | ing at this time. .

fitting lids to minimize the i I An effective way to plant I
possibility ol insect infesta I j them is in large clumps or
a ,
3 rL : i. 4a.m:o. 3
beds of a single kind. They are
tion.Cooking instructions for en( also very pretty massed in

riched rice are the same as front ,of shrubs. *' golden
for polished rice, and may be:I Daylilies grow in the same C

used in all recipes calling for place for several year so it WIHH SI bantam
rice. Measure water and rice is good to enrich the beds before I a .
carefully and follow cooking planting. them. Mix with DIXIE
instructions to prevent necessity the soil compost or peat with sweet

for draining. I a commercial fertilizer. Set' Sli.I Ham. lB. 791 "::x:: TENDER, CLOSE TRIMMED SIRLOIN OR RIB
Spanish RiceOnehalf plants about a foot apart. After Florida .

cup rice, 1 table- thoroughly watering the REG, 99* TARNOW "(PLUS 50 STAMPS) r ;
spoon shortening, onefourthcup ground, mulch with leaves. Steaks LB. 881

fourth finely cup chopped chopped onion green, one-pepper Every spring application fertilize of with 6-6-6 alight ,I' Meat Loaf IK-IB 89; 'L' corn

one-fourth cup chopped 88.8 or higher analysis of ; FULL 1
ROUND .s :
REG. $1.49 TARNOW (PLUS 100 STAMPS) ,-
celery, 1 No.2 can tomatoes, i fertilizer.: j jThey ? : .
fi01S' OPE. 1
teaspoon sugar 2 cups ground bloom from March un- j Meat LOaf2Y.L8.i39 ; .
meat. til June and some, bloom the I, Steaks LB. .8 8' httt'w

Cook rice in shortening until second time. Now there are two j
REG. 59* COPELAND ALL MEAT /_ I. ) if..' j!
toned blossoms others are a .
lightly browned. Add onion, : I / '? }"j'V' '
e green pepper, celery, tomatoesand I bright red and- some varieties i I F ranks LB. 49 FLAVORFUL CLOSE TRIMMED
sugar. Heat to boiling are purple i iI .

"fYY..ttttttltttttttttIIAMPTON I I here is again ,on'the increase, Roast ? .
LB.I 49./,4. ,,
and pet owners are urged to. SLICED FRESH :
have their dogs vaccinated and '

tagged, as all ,lin-tagged dogs PORK LIVER LB. 19C NEW BEEF PLATE <
are to be picked up in the I -
By Mn. D. E. HillVrtm..ntamnrrnt i near future. It is not the Intention WINN-DIXIE
I of the council to do I, LARGE STEW 19

I I. away with pets, but to en- : ROE MULLET LB. 19C LB. ,
School Registration force the'city ordinance about 430 WEST ear
For New First Graders .
Registration day for next j unwanted animals. GRADE A, QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN \ t EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND ea,

year's first graders will be at Personals Mr. and hers Donald Mc- BACKS & NECKS LB10C MADISON ST.STARKE .

Hampton Elementary School I Mahone and family of Daytona B f 3 rtB.' $1
this, .Friday May 17. The new Mother's Day e e PKG.
Beach spent
pupils are to spend the day with Mr.and Mrs. M. L. Wat-i MORTON Banana-"" .. Neopoitoilemon>! ; Coconut

at ,school, including lunch. terson; and all were dinner I LAMB BREAST LB- 19C :
Parents of the children may guests Sunday with Mr. and : M b a E tc rg9p '" e1 Cream Pies 2.FOR 89i
at time during the '
come any
: Mrs. Gene Failing in Starke. FRESH LAND 0"
day to register and: are askedto Also at the Failings' were Mr. SUNSHINE y ,
bring proof of birth. Those and Mrs.'Frederick Watterson FliOUHD LAMB LB. 19C
eligible are to be six by January of Starke.. Meat Pies 4P1EPKG.69i
1, 1964. The county ''
L I Had-
health will be at the I Mr.and, Mrs. HASTING} -r
{ nurse
dock and family of Jacksonville !I
school give instructions by 10:15: a. m.about, and will the'' and"Mr. and. Mrs.. Frank I ECONOMY SLICED U e r LB. POTATOES 10 LBS. 29C
Williams and family of
physical exam necessary before e
Gainesville visited here Sun- BACON 3 Ibs. $$1.00 .
entering school, so Mrs. day with Mr. and Mrs. Dan PAR-KEN LIMEADE or KENDAL FROZENLemonade
Betty May. first grade teacher FrankW1l1lams" LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER OR MORE

encourages parents to Johnson.'All home were for at the Mothers' ,.,f""'''', :.''... ., y ', ... ". .".'''' ," .... ., .-.,, 8 6otar.s'$1
come at that time I Day dinner. .. .,["J..I'UN i :,.:.1, .3< ., ""'; 2 .... ''''.,.,..' ">>. .","''" ::1'' .- .,..;,., ..'" ',"' .L".""""" .""'."',",,,' '''.,,'' ...,,,'.,...;1.'..' fI..>:._., .

School will close for the I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth .,. ...6'. .. : ".' summer vacation here, with .. ..t ; (;. 'oil
I and son r }i.i: M" i: r :J r> )
and Mrs Ina Knight ..
report cards to be issued the : / .i'i>:!' ', ,'. ;...._.Ill 4t.\)... ,. :
., .. x. _
,< .
of $
I were Sunday dinner guests ," 1} !., ,
last full day of school, Tuesday -' / $ """ ; .'\ : <;. )' --t/.i j- i\
Mr. and :Mrs. B. Barnes at }<:: ; : : ;
June 4., according to Prin- ?:* /'t':" .0< '.-, / "y"\
cipal Charles E. Francis.Put II Lawtey. .." \h.. '. / '__ _: ', ", _,,_ 'r'. '.( ..: ib... tae ;
No Food Robert, Cutchens spent last 1.- I I .- / )j ." 'Jtor :..\...
Garbafe r 1.
week visiting friends in Frost- ':';>""" \11 'S'P.E C,I A I.' <: '1. ; P.. .
In Trash'Cans,- Please ): proof. Iff /1 -_._ .-.-:: '.- -:-_ -- \j idl,11; : 1.

Hampton not residents to put perishable are reminded Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Wat- t TASTES AS GOOD AS FRESH PERKED 'ilf I .y PEEP SOUTH tiEEP' :!f' BLUE or WHITE ARROW

trash garbage collection. in containers here-especially forI''I and terson Miss Leland Ruby Bedenbaugh Bedenbaugh '- $, 'Inst. Foigers f Mayonnaise MAYONNAISE OUTH.

,'ll 1 Detergent
water-melon rinds. R. attended ,the,funeral l. of their I ,
U Brown requested this,week.j' aunt, llrs. Nellie Witt at Mason :
I City just south of Lake i $s
The city trash collection 1s '
for cans glass, etc.. and is I, City Monday. Mrs. Witt was .t.'fJ tl QUART r: $7f1i1J

not set up Ice; food garbage, a Hampton resident many W 10-az, JAR .n O SAVE 20 l t1! GIANT BOX II
according to the agreement years ago? living on what, is If .
with the city council Mr. : now the W. .D. Carter: farm I < # 3S> r TIn
I; :
SAVE 42INSTANT Lm! tlw1th
I ''........' N .
1" ""'; ri SAVE 1.1'
Brown has east of Hampton. ; '
for the, trash! col- just 'i '::.t': j. $5.00 food order 1?:; 1 ..
lections. GA's and'WMU of Hampton \ r' #p. \+ I J.'Ru-".S1: aPPh \ ,

Council Ponders: Fire Baptist Church observed,,their I COFFEE, Save 22< fj ; :' Save 10. DEEP SOUTH SALAD >>
Equipment Or Sidewalk 50th and, 15th anniversaries \'! litJJr IMPROVED Save 211
City's sidewalks vs. fire pro- last week with a banquet Fri- '.
tection was the topic of dis- day evening; May> 10, at the \ Astor .1 L77/t t] Dressing QT. II :J'I" Tide.GIANT 581
town Forty-one I'
cussion at last week's city ; hall were ,
Limit with DEEP .
% one $5.00 food #.
council meeting at Hampton present for the occasion with \. ., SOUTH: \ .. Limit one with$5,00 food
city hall Tuesday evening. special music and.a program I ...,.f)?' order or more .:., L I"
t ; order .
I MUD DRESS6 : .1 or more
May. 7. I i following the dinner '... ', ..s",,Y.\. ,'"", ,,,,"- ij.; ...IiI&If" \ (,<..l.,.-.'.:'','' ,_" iI. > .y ', ., .. ',.,1 ..,
Although deterioration! Mrs. Horace Dyal and Mrs. "\; d p") .i' s? .
of sidewalks, many still of Lawton Youngblood, GA lead- .; .:.'; '-;, .. : ""'i : "?.N H> ..,,:J.' ri ::'j. e:
brick. construction hascaus- ers of Intermediate and Juniors !"""t ... ._...._,....v ='< ..lB' .: :. .':"i iit6 'V.J. "'. g. _f.p-

ed the need for repair and rebuilding made arrangements for .
a look at present ': thebanq.uet.. Four girls awarded SAVE 21* Limit 1 with $5.00 Food Order. J;i dht he d
fire equipment has shown it charm bracelets for For- -= "'" =: -

to be completely inadequate.City ward Steps work were Misses Astor Coffee "*.CAN 3 8? 50 Free finances have improved Donna Rhoden. Wendy Hill.
during the past few. months, Sandy Moore and Debbie Hill. ARROW or SWANEE FACIAL) You .
and one or the other project The Hampton Men's sof tball' 8OUTHCXH
feesu possible, but not both. teams:has been practicing several -' Tissue. '2 aoo-cr. BOXESSAVE 39q Sannyland Lunch Meat Hawaiian Punch. Coconut Cake

Councilmen are studying both times since their or- COOO THRU MAT UTH ROOD THRU HAT IITH OOD THRU MAT UTH

situations. Councilmen Rich-! ganization two weeks ago.. 4< EACH{ DIXIE DARLING ((19-ozJ! I AT ANY WINtl.DIXIECake'Mbes AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
ard May and C- R. Cox were : Friday evening this week ..... 2 3 i Aid
appointed to gather informa-> they play a practice game'' 4PKGs.l.
lion about lire equipment and ; with Lawtey.: Last' Saturday's

the present next it meeting.to the council at i, practice finished :with game.Hampton with. Pine'losing Level'; SAVE.,8< EACH DOLE ((46-ozJ HAWAIIAN" .., d-1I )i d,.,,. ;[ '1' L

The siren has been installed,j 26-13. 'P.Ine'a'pp.le 50 Free 3VC:
and is to be tested each Sat- j Juice CAN .SJ Green tamPs 50FreeJ.WOreeaSta.ps M Free ZvC Green Stamps



defense signal' is: I{{ I ixieONE ore Tea Bags Niblels GOfl "{ Health & Beauty Aids i .
Four and eight second I a t s 12.-oL BomES/
u Ook-THRU liir .
Sunday School. 10 a. m. : p 1- InH CiOOO THRU MAY 'nH OOO THRU MAT UTHAT
warning 1 1& CD ,"Take. Cover. :j ': AT ANY WINN-DIXIE r IE ANY WINN DIXIE
worshiP: -
Three : Morning H a.m.
-mtnute cohtinous blast 4 : 4
Iwj. ii s i tS
is "Alert. Training Union. 7 p.m. Evening -

In case of fire the warning. Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer
is one minute on and one :Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: pm

minute The off stray-dog twice. population Rev. Charles Harvey, pastor. GET EXTRA VALUE AND'l'HUIisDA'Y.

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? **yyTYYYYYYYY [Continued from Page.Ten) :1e. Drwrlptlonf. Auemit .f Tasei X.. .Draeriptioa No. Asaavat .( Taxe

>o. Drserlptioa ; '-Amovat of TaxefOvimer bad. S T R. A On Bee aad Cast* .f teal 8 T D"l'rllJtlo."T R A Owaer ..* Costs

EVERGREEN of land 8 TI. A and Costs Clint S along Rd a 2683-Beg at Church 43S3 1 Let in XW '

'881-.-That Port of 417 Ft W 293 Ft, .* :.. 'Grade'50", on X side Cor of Lot 2 of Blk -. arI, ;' .,
; ,\
N 439 Ft E of
331 -- Lamar St. run- 5 run E 105.3*
SW'of SW 1,1 N Ft .to FOB .' 3 62049A 23 3 Joseph' H. Cumber 227.40iv I ning E to -110* S ,'. :..: \ .h .' .1
W *
67 Airs. Minnie L. Redding & W of St Rd 227. 12 7 21 IT. L. Hartley 83.17 -. *.. .1* A WH of 103; X; 110 ; -y.

89.3_WH of SEA 157_ .21 80 Martin, RodriQuez 112.03 1 Lot 200' -to SWU Of SW .. N to POB ,Elmer- B-VThomas. "II
Phone 78232321AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAJ 1183:-1A In SE Cor :' ". > .Lumpkin Property 4391-W 300' 'of XU :
of Lot 60 : .. ., E & W by :n8r..X' .' .. .. 50, W to Chur of ',: ,
being ': SEU of
& S Beg' 421.75'N ;, .:: .'. Gr, .then to POB 50' 22 6 22 'NEU ,;'f, >:;. ';';a; '
208.8 Sq Ft 13 5 22 1 Viola G. Osborne 68.48 of SE Cor of' . Ex R/W & Ex Par 'J", .' ,. ,

1382- E 160' of Lot Sec. 9 6 22' .Lester C. Griff 7.11 2893--Corn at SW Cor in -W' .
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Burnettof 1 & All Lots :3- & .." t. .'-.. of SWU.' X 500''E Cor 150'' Sq 33 6 22 ';H. L. Hartley: li 5:

4 of Blk 8 ]In'I.a.w- \ i 2Si'om( at SW Cor 4433-Com at XW Cor -.....'\, )<
Raiford Mrs. Bessie Steeleof '.. ,2 O' For FOB E 50'. of .. "
tey W of R/"" Bernard E. Pick 29.78 of EH of TiVti ofSni NEU of NWU ,
iX. 100'
; West Palm Beach and 'Mrs. 1J92-Blk 10 in Law of -SE i. E ..f10Z' ,. . "';.100', .to POB W 50', S Run S 420', E 215'for "
tey W of Ry Ellis Thomas Gibson 72.43Paul POB. run -X 320':! f.
Mary Johns of Jacksonville for POD 'X. : .on Lamar St. 22. '1i' -. _
140i--Lot 2 of Blk 18Lak 420'. E' 105' S 420 .. _"iJ 9- 23 E 100', S 320'. W 100' '
!Visited the Earl Mosleys on :.:3. Com at XW ,. To POD : :
In yep W of Ry -F. Smith 5.61 to Bdry of See
.Friday. 1430-SH of Blk 25 In to POB 9 6 22 Lulu Belle Terrell 12.36i U & run S 210 Ft 34-Com 'at XW Cor rV .

The Rex Brookins of Cot- Lawtey W of Ry George F. Yount Est 10.06 'T'. i :E 100 Ft for a POB,, of XEU' "'of :'lW'i i'.r'

londale 1468-Lot 8 In Law James. Blaine 2080 Com at fiW Cor run. S 100 Ft.: E run E 840' S 285' to *..- ,

were weekend guest ofMr. tey R of Ry Teetol&/Eat 27.83 of E>J 6f SWU of .. .:.' : ", 259 Ft. X 100 Ft S side of' Canal for .' '' '? "-:'..,_'
n'M; ; /
and Mrs. Fischer Gaskins. H71-W of Lot 10- XWU & Run X p400" POB Cont S :
W 259 Ft to POB 22 6 22 185'; W '. "t
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hern- A in Lawtey E of for POB, E 200', : 2704 356' to Canal Ely"s +
Ry Joyce B. Spell 23.93A. X 100' W 208'. S Cora at\"W: Along Canal 380' r
don and family or Lake City p a Cor of SWU of SW- to '
IttO/ 'to FOB &; Strip "_: POB
f- ;' :! 3J Leoti'J
6 ue
1474 Com 210 Ft 13 ; '. 15'.N & S for U &; run E 610 Ft, S 4485> u :) ,Q.uttn 15.29:
pent Sunday with the W. H. Access .: rllO Fttor Beg 406 S Of : ..... '
Morgans. of SW Cor of Lot !. to Rd : iO.8 .22 ,John .E.:'-:McRae; 8.61 1 POB. run XW Cor of SEU of .:', _,1f .
< "
10 & Rim X 210 Ft.E. ,. 2148- E 139.5' of W WSOFtS14oFt, SEt X 84 degrees n"i'H'.

_ Mr and Mrs. Guy Rosier of 105 Ft S 210 Ft. 409.5 of SH of SWU : ., E .50 Ft, X 100 Ft W 469.33' to W R/W .'.

Macclenny and Mrs. Beatrice W 105 Ft tiv Bee of XWU S pf "- .. t .:; :to POB 12 6 22 137.28'v Swly at -Bt -. : ..,
or Lot 10-C In Co Gr Rd. 15 II 22 2 ;John. 'p.: Duc .r. 3i.' 9 '2':08Com XW Cor Ang Hwy 505.8' X -"
Sulliyan of Jacksonville visit- Town of Lawtey _E I 2174-2 A InV:: Cpr .e..F' ,of SWU of SW1{ To POB. ;;

ed Mrs. Jean Gaskins Sunday. of Ry L. Beasley 8.61 of SWU of -NW's : \PT.. '- .-- "' of SW1;. run E 4470-=Com' at XE Cor 33. i 23J i4 W_4eL?.Thl't'-.r.yD en-.;. Sr. U U

The Warren Johns of Jacksonville 1484-Lot 7 of-Blk 13 of NEt{ Ex Lot in '. 672.5' for POB S 55', of NEU of XEU : : .
Lawtey E of Ry Johnnie Fowler 5.61 SE' Cor"Being 200' E 193'. X 65', W 198' and run S ?64 Ft.for ,

spent Sunday afternoon 1486 Lot 1 Sof, Lot v'-- N&SBy100'E& : ,. -" -... ,to POB 22 6 22 8 a POB run W 299 Ft .:., .1' "''" '" ., .t
with the Earl Mosleys.Mr. 13 in Town of .Law W & Ex Lot Desc '? ." :: :. 2718-1 Lot In SE Cor S 187 Ft E 299 Ft ,
t eyEoffly W. J. Barber 8.34 or Bk 23-101 16 6 22 2 of E-4! of XEU of X 128 Ft .
Hance B. Thornton 67.12 to POB
and Mrs Harold Wise '. '. 34 6 22 1 Alma
SWU being Griffif
: j. 100' N 38.71
1490)-Com at SW Core ,!. 21HArBeg, at SE ,
of Jacksonville visited th of Lot 15. run Ny) 'f":4: .. Cor of a 2A Tractin & S by 50 E & W 22 6 22 : 4507-Beg at NE Cor a rr

Fischer Gaskins on Sunday. along W Bdry of :f .1' ". NW Cor of SW- r' ''. ... 2720-E 3A of SH of of NW a of XWU
Lot 15. 200 Ft. to My, U of NWU of NE- : SEU of SW}, of & run S 361.5'' W

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringleof POB Xly on W ,' :' ,-.-. -, U being 100 Sq 16 6 22 James C. Thornton 65.92 SWt+ 22 6 22 .361.5', N 361.5'. E .

Satsuma spent the weekend Bdry 62.73 Ft. Ely :' 21'14Bg 100' N of- "'. 2758-E 6A of A 9A 261.5 to' POB ; 34 G
,, r i #- ; 45 .3 22 2H Jacqueline A. Moorer "
.. .n
with Miss Dot Griffins. They 165 Ft. Slv on E 5. : .' ., SE Cor of .a, 2A Triangle Bet ween -Beg at NE; CQr .
' Bdry of Lot 15-A J1' tract In SW},' of... '- : Rds in SH of SEU of a 5-A tract be. > o'.
all attended the Homecoming 62.73 Ft. Wly 165 NWU; of .NE1 .N of SW 1; 23 6 22 ing .in SE Cor of f

Services at Long Branch Sun- Ft to FOB In LaW- 100, W' 100' s: 100', _' -. e ." 2866-Lot 5 of Blk 2 NRU% of SEU. '.)f .. _
try E of Ry Joyce. Walkr 41.29 E 100' to POB 16 ,8 22. ',Elbert$l Thornton. il 66.42 in Bradford Hgts 1.00V W' 100', S 100'.
'day.Mrs. 1502-One Lot 100 Ft ', 2174-C Bg 100 W" .V' _;;;. SD.Ex. S 110' E- 1W() ) to Beg ,34. 22
Daisy, Pringle is spending of SE Cor of 4558-Com at Surety Mtg. Inv.. Co. S3.5J
2A 2900 Int
E & W by 274 Ft a \ : : H -4HA In SE Cor Nly of>' .. .
this week with the J. C i N & S In SW Cor ; : 3 Tract In SWU of :i-. '' of XEU? of &1& \ & Bdry of Gr Rd qa: ;;-'.

Prihgles in Satsuma.A of Lot 17 Ex S 137 / NWU then N 106'. EH of SEU of SE- Wly) Bdry of Ely : .
Ft in Lawtey E W 100', S 100'.' E i- *< :?! j4 t.Ez1A in SW 900' of XWU of NEU .' .
number from this Com Ry .Joseph.. Cumber. ?.6 1 100' to Beg.,; 16' 22 Lester Wood""v. 68.!3 Cor & Ex Par 449' Run Ely 208.71' .. .,

; 2181 Com at NE Cor E&W.by 300' N&S to POB. X 104.35', _
munity attended the Home 1611-A s nr of w ,
j of SEU of NEU & ':; / :. X of Hwy E. Ely .!08.71'' Sly'I .' .
411 of E 71' of N on ,
coming services at Long 346' of Blk 17 E 'of .. Run S, 716 to S. t.' .. .. ... ,J, Bdry of SEU of .. 104.35', TVly 208.71'

Branch on Sunday. ....- R/W to Co Gr- Rd ; SEU Ex DB 86-24- PB 35
Ry In
Lawtey Arthur Anderson Jr. 8.84 : 22
U3.!' to E line of & Ex: par DfflC 4 70-N* of SE' of R. T. Wllllirai lUG
Activities or
Church 1515-Com at SE cor SW%
St Rd 209. 284 forPOB
BK 20-79 & Ex Par
The G. A.'s met Wednes of Blk 18 Run W Swly 200', E ': 'or Bk 19 Pg 565 17 6 22 4676-NH of NEU 1 22 20 L..-p. Vlnlna15,41,

80 Ft for a POD 232.6' N 200', ..W'C" + 43/4 A E ofadirt ..'
day afternoon :for their regu 214-3Ii-W! of SEU
RunN214FtW80Ft.S474FtE10FY W 218.3-POB 16 8 22 1 ;Howard Crewa 51.43 Rd &WofH4: Rd
'ot 4
lar meeting. They celebrated SEU of NEIL Ex 4701:=Com 7 22 75 Mrs. A. A, Williamson (4.83
to POB In Town of E 90' 28 6 22 2101'1 E of :
the 50th anniversary of G 2188- Beg 20" N of NW Cor
8.11 'j 2950! of NWU of
K of Albert Williams Blk
Lawtey Ry A Ex 1 Lot NE
Int of S Line
A.'s with a barbecue.W. 1537-Lot 27 In Town 'on S Side, being 220 run S 210
SE% of XEU' & W Ft E
M. U. met Thursday eve of Lawtey E of Ry; .? J;. .W. Barber 6.61 "R/W 301 for POB. .. Ft E & W by 85.7 Ft, W '420 Ft X 210
: :,' '''.' 'I' FtN&Son W to POB 5 7 22 2 T. J, Alderman 1.31
Com W
on run Nly along W 4706--5
ning and celebrated the 75th ', tide A in SE Cor
Bndy of Kingsley R/W 264.5' W Par by 84.7 Ft X of
anniversary of W. M. U. Cake Rd on N side ef Lot to 8 line of SEW 'of ,:' 'J .9":," ft S on E side in Ex-1 SEU A In of NWU

.. ... .. Blanding SID NE Cor ) .. ,
and punch was served. 34 & Run W 50 Ft '3 NEU 315.5' Sly 260', :, aJSI,4A419FtEI '" .. ,',
S 50 Ft E. 50'Ft to Ely 261.7' to POB 2953=::"'SH of Lot 8 & W by 375 : ."

Sunday services were en Rd then N 50 Ft. to : Ex R/W 16 6 %3. Milton D. '&rter 202.07 All Lot 9 of Bland- : '4731-SEU Ft of N ft S 5 7 23 I .Essie Ore ntEri.r.= tlt
joyed by all with Mothers being POB in Lawtey. E J' 2202-A-Beg' ,396' W "' '.' s ; fag SID 4751 Com at NW 6 J U 40 ,;T..J.: Adermaa|. 30.34

honored. Corsages were of Ry Beniamin'Finn1' 21.'0 210' N of SE Cor of 2958-Lotl 10, 11 Ex Cor.of EH of SWU

SEta of SWU, 'E > :200'! Lots 12, 13, 14 of NE}; & '.. _
given to three mothers. The 1545-EH of WH of : N 210' W 210', of BIt C in Bland- E HO Ft S 303 run

oldset, Mrs. Jean Gaskins, the N 335' of Lot 31 in 1 21210' to Beg. 11 6 22 C.--R. -TIl.lman', !8.99 :Ing S/D Ex W 150' W 431 Ft N 235 Ft Ft
Town of Lawtey E 22ZI-Coni at SW Cor .' ry t of Lot' 13 ft 14 & : to POB ,
youngest Mrs. of Ry Willie Pitts 70.77 ,. ., ,'. Part 1 7 22 '
of-, NWU of SEU & of Blk C, E of 4801-SWU of 3. Atalei Motel 234.85JFredCole'Bjt
and Mrs. Clam Brewer with 1553-S 165 Ft Of Lot run 30 for POB, Creek & W of ditch of NEU SWU :

the most children present. 32 In Town of Law- E 1120', N 389', W ;,. .' '' :SMC-Lots S ft 7 of : .10 7 22, 10 ils.OO
tey E of Ry 'J Jessie Lee Barber 6.11 Blk 13 In
4811 '
Intermediates the 1120' to H Sec line, Orig Town -1 Lot 148' Sq (In
The won
1577 Com at a Pt S 389' to POD 17 6 22 10 Mabel Lilly Boyer 92.26! ef fitirke : SW Cor &: of NW- .

banner in Sunday School. where Sec line be- :UOBeat SW Cor' '.::. '' ion -"rJlk 14 ExHoover i '- *4 ,ot,. SWU 18 7 ."
S If. -. 23 xJfohaVd
Our annual. Homecomingwill twtyft, 24 &: 25 .' ef SE%' of ..XWUN4S6' ; ; *, : Lot In SE U41-All that part of i.: D uberly 68.48
crosses! Kingsley Rd /' Cor In of. SH! of SF '
2.Everyone -, to POB N 174'E ) Orig Town of }. of
June .
be held Sunday, runs S along W; side 165' to .W R/W : ';:: ':. '. \ .', Starke. .! SEU: 'of W .of Co .4 e... .,. '.
is invited and a 200 Ft. for FOB .. Gr Rd.;'Son Rd K/- .. 3128-E 70 Ft of Lot Gr 'Rd 15 7 22 5 "
special invitation is issued tall 0 W. 200 Ft. S. 100 J W 174', W ]6'a' to James Sl> U.on 2 of Blk 27 original 4X83-1 A 'In NEU ...I.n.Antheny.." Lag, :.}raeipk 661

FU E 200 Ft.l ", '.' POB,*'f- ; 17 t 22 Sweeney-Jr-' 8.11 Town of Starke of SW1 U. S of Ry U 7 23 1 Thomas aim, t .
singers. 100 Ft to POB in 2252frOf: SEU'OfSV4 'I Ii'; Ex: R/W 4889- ,4'of 'SWU 19 7 22 41 5 jl
Lawtey E of Ry. -!?!.. John .Thompson] '? 14.06 of'NWU 17' 22 5 Minnie'Lou. Desue 14.I&2 3227 T- Com at XW 4SJ4-
YTYYYYYYVVVVVYVYVVVVVi 1559-1 Lot in Lot 34 2270r.S'A'in NE Cor Cor- of Call & Bay of SEU of 6E-U' X ,
W of Kingsley Lake ... ofEe- 4ef-NEof : Sts, Run N 216.55 378 'E 214': to POP

Rd desc com at Pt SEU- 210 Ft E" 't Ft, W 112% Ft for N 75', 'E 100'. S. 75', -. .
on W side of Kings- N &: S 18 6 22 .2 ; POD run N 94.31 :W 100' to FOB 19 7 25
Bayless Hiway 2272WbCom410atFt WJHIam Tyson Jr ley Lake Rd where : Corof. Ft Wly: 155.77 Ft. -
Sec. Line 'SEU of NW; Sly 'i8 Ft 4951-Com at XW'Corof '" -' 'V"' '
Crosses .,.. .. Ely 155 ,. J : '
Dividing Sec 24 & '. run 295.1 for POB ,: Ft to POB 23 SWJi .of. SBUft .
By Mrs\ O. E. CrosbylAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 25. ruivS 800 Ft X 210'. E 210' S 210' .. ; 22 run ,,E 185 Ft- for ,. .to-i-, ,.;1''l. .

to POB, W 200 Ft. ,W:$10' tq POB : '.IS IS 22 1 $rnest Williams 4.8 7 3304Lot. 4 of Blk 3 R POB'then S 300Ft r
Tn ,109 Ft.- N 300-'Ft
S 100 Ft, E to W L T & COS SID at's '
side of Klnrsley'Lake' 2274-E A of SEt' .. .; 3323-Lot 2 of. Blk. 15 W to POI} ,' 20 7 22 1 Alexand'tr"
c "
-ot.Nwlj r : Jepee Est
i.98 In L-T-& 49 4 .-W-.6 16.53
Rd, N 100 Ft !! t 22 19 EJljot 1'10. I. COS'SID : t'or'E
Mr, and Mrs. Otis Crawfordof.Jacksonvilleand to POB in Town 2282-S 2/3 of''SWU'' : 3324-W 62' of Lots 3 858 Ft of '. ;
SH of
Mr. and of Lawtey .E.f.ny ; '" of. NWU 18 6 22 27 Leroy'jW \ u.9g &;-4 of Blk 16 in SWU Of I'
Tucker;; 20 ; Kennedy
Willie 28.98. 'Ml'UrBeg.:992'Wof'NE : L'T: & COS SID .. 503 Lots 4 7 22 NvrriseNW1l '
Mrs. Bobby Crosby of Gainesville 1569-.Lot 42 in Town '.. : Cor of Nl '4 3326.-? Fi lt. of Lots.1 of'X.-of &I Ef 13'sib. 7 "* I l fc '. 6.11

were guests of Mr.- and of Lawtey E of Ry ; '."'_ of SWUiS '100. W: ;, ., .... & 2 of Blk 18 in L 'Ex .- of' -
Ex: Lot in MTV 100', N 100',, E 100 ,. ,-. 'I T &: COS SID' J.td' 29 7 22 2
Cor Y CJ
Mrs. C. C. Crosby, Sunday ; r win Lei. .': > io.se to .. 5059-That port mon Alexander 10.bb
1572 Beg ,of S- ,
-W lA of Lot U' 186 22 Eorg 3327"' Lots 3' & W 62' .
afternoon In 23U-W of fihQm0! 86.41 I of EH of EH f '
Town, of Lawtey Com ajt r ot/Lot 4of Elk 15 NEU .: .
E of "SE Cor :lot :Sec .and : .. : of NEU' that .
Mr. and Mrs. T N Norman Ry t t T Edward'JOBSI 4.3.2'run W : s .4. in L T &; COS S/D lies E of St .t!
15SO 1 Lot 100 "" 105 Ft tor .. 33S1=W4 of Lots 3 325 Rd
Ft '
N &
Eldon .
and Mr. and Mrs. Sapp POB, run N 105 Ft & 4 of Blk being S of ,
&Sby400FtE& ,,. 27 'la L land
arid son were dinner guests of W In.SE Cor of Lot W 105 Ft, S 105 Ft. : .. ;. : T & COS S/D ;5124-1 Lot C, L. May 30 7 22 ..
52 In E 105 Ft to POB 20 6 22 Lester : 16.51x 3361-Lot 2 52H Ft Eugene Hall 1662
in Town Blk
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Eggers of Law- 2350-Com V o 31 Sq In SE Cor. of ,
tey E of Ry ; at SE Cot in L. T. ft COS SID .. Bik 9 '
Jacksonville Sunday. 1583-Beg ,77 James 'Lewis Barber 49/26; 'of See.t Run .W '. 3368 .Lot 3 & X 25 5136- Wrights of Add 30 7 22
at Sy
NE Cor 315 Ft for POB SWU of Dewitt W'lllami 15.02
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby of Blk 52 Lawtey a Ft of Lot 4 of Blk I SWU Ex R/W : .
Run N '
and son. Buie were dinner E of Ry. S 100' 105 Ft.V ; :33 in L. T. & COS 5161-SH of 30 7 22 20 C N Williams
W .. 210 Ft. S 105 Ft,, E ,. a. : SID NEU of 18.18
100 of
guests of Mr. Mrs. Kenneth N 100'; E 100' 210 Ft toPOB .- 1 V 'SE ti and 'SE%, I
and to Beg 20 6 23 Lester Prevan 29.88 3389-Lot 3 of Blk 44 Of, SEU .

Williams in Jacksonville David Bright !6.Sl 238 8-Lot 9 of Blk 2 in .L T &: COS S/D 5241-Lot. 40 on Pine 33 7 22 60 Hardin ft t Alderman. 43.03

Tuesday.. 161 -Lot 12 In OUI Sunny Acres-S/D ;. <. < 8393-h' $0 Ft of Lots of Crystal Lake i r ,
S/D of Lawtey Alberta Tyson 6.61 1 & 4 of Blk H '. ;
2397 45
-Lots 1 8 in
Llzile I & 10
McQulre Eat
Warren Cadle 10.06 ;
and Mrs.
:Mr.. 1652-EH of NE* of of Blk 3 In Sunny f' ..- <* L T & COS S/D 5255-Lots 59. n. 4 6eorf V..Hafrif. Ame I."
had a family reunion Sunday. NW I' 25 6 82 Acres SID 3394-S 25 Ft of Lots 63 on Pine .
166-Lot 20 Stanley Andrew 23.43 Alfred Barnes of Crys ,
II' Est 19 48 1.& 4 of \ *
as Desc BIk
Most all of their children were In 2423-W% of Blk 28 45 &; tal Lake Homesites ., .
OR Blk 1!-385 S N 25 Ft of Lota 2 & ,"
25 6 of R2W:! 5393-
22 & Lot
Mid State Homes Inc 45.70 ; NEU of 44 on Oak P
1899 Maynard
present.Mr. -W 2A Of XH Of B2S of R 3W & SE- ; 3 of Blk 46 in L T of Crystal Lake 84.07

and Mrs. Joy Faulkner SE}; of XEU 26 5 22 2 Lee Calvin Ross !.27 U.of B2S of IBW ft COS S/D : Homesites

and children spent Saturdayin 1710-E 1 A of WH of W% of BI, 2 S of < 3398-X 45 Ft of Lot 1 5352-Lot 54 on Cy "Robert 8. Pend U .
ft S 25 Ft i .n
of Lot 2
NEU of SWU of R3W &; E% of Bl. 2 press of Crystal

Jacksonville. NEU 2fi 6 23 V 1 Frances Jenkins 80.06 ft 5 of R4W ef .:- .. of Blk 47 In L T i Lake Homesites ,

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly 178-All SEU Of SBU -' Temp. SID Ex .' .'. -",.' : It, COS S/D 6370-.-Lot 3 on Palm William. '.Frost_ '.34-

and children of Gainesville attended Ry of NWU E of R/W 21 8 22 30 H. A. Lawson. 65.43 3400-WH of Blk 47 of Crystal Lake ." t .
26 6 23 2426-1 A in Homesites -
3 Ethel Tucker 3.87 NE Cor In L T ft COS S/D
church Sunday 1732-A Triangle Par of WH of Blk 3 SE0ofR 3489 -Lots 13, 14 of 6378-A-Beg at NW .I Charles W. Blat 40.41

were dinner guests' of his Land E of 6\V Beg Cor of 475.74'Sec ..' '; ESWh W ,21 6 22 l Lawrence Covln ton 6.11 Blk 2f: in L T ft Cor of NWU. of
mother Mrs. Beulah Kelly and of Blk 8 COS ,ADD NEU run .E 450'for .
On Ely Bdry of S of R :3 I W Temp 3570Lots 2 ft 3 of POB, S 105. W ; f ,. ,.:.
and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Hwy 200 for POB.
Mr. N 31 SID 21 I 22 3 Alfred Barnes Est 15.OE Blk 2 Ex Rd in 105', N 105'. E 105't :
degrees E of
and 2 441- Parcel Desc '
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal Ely Bdry 132 to Sly Bk 17-173 or Highway Addition to POB see per f'

children were visiting Mr. and Bdry of Gr Rd. S ,. 2465-Com at SW Cor. 21 I 22 Sam Williams Et Al 61.94 3583-Lots Blk 1 in 3 ft Temples 4 of Prop for house on .. f. .. }., '.

Mrs. Bobby Dyal in LawteyFriday 71 degrees E 324.74 ': of SEU of Blk :8 .' wrong land L. I 23 I .' .. '

to Sly Bdry of Sec S of Rge 1 W Run 36ttd W 56 Ft of Lot6&W56FtofNhj 5438-Lot 13 of Lake g. urltrl.ftl' ;-JDVtlt ill' ,,
W on Sly Bdry I N 18 degrees E 60', 'Bedford Shores /" f"'fr. >

Dinner guests of Mr. and: 376.5' to POB 26 S U Carl H. Smith 179.90 N 72 degrees E 158', of Lot; 9 of Blk 19 Robert H,.. Am 9Y:4b:

1759 Cora at NW S 18 degrees 60' S .' 5464- 1 Lot 420 Ft ,
Mrs... A: Crosby Sunday, were in. Temples Add ; !
of NW
or of
y SE- 73 degrees W 158' to N&SbyIYDFtB
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broadwelland \iofSElibO'N& POD j 3641-Lots 1, 2. 3. of ....., ft W End on E by
baby of Jacksonville. Mr. S by 100' H ft W ZI 6 23 Leon Bright 68.3? 03-Lot 1 thru < of 31 2t. 14 James E. Fran k..".1 Blk 20 in femplea "! E Line of SEU of

1761-NWU ofSWU Blk 10 in Reno SID Leslye But & I Add XWU & S by Bed-
and, Mrs. Lavon Crosby and Inez 21.68 3778 Lots 5 '
Hightower 6 7 &
; ford Rd' S
of SEU & E 198 2522- Lots 3, 4 of ; 12 8 22 1 Wml E.. Herndon.
8- of Blk 1 in 8r. 92.28
Mrs. Leo i City 5474-
children Mr. and f Lot 2 of
Ft of SWU Of SW- Ethel-.:' Blk 19 in N-Reno Park Blk .

Richardson I and children and Ifof SEU! 26 .5 22 13 Strong Rigsby 11.06 S/D .. : Frances Jenkins 'IO.se 3897-Lot S/D in SW- Cor- : Bin S/D the Haven

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crosby 1798- That portion of of 'Lot 4 of Blk 5 6 D... R.' Johnson1.78
W 3/4 of NH ofSWU 2550-Lot 1 of Blk 1' S5U-B-Beg 386.1 E
100' N ft- S 125'
by .
and baby of Starke. of SWU in Gahagan SID. 1 Floyd Pickens 6.61 E ft W in Gaekln of E R/W of Hwy ,
Stevie Crosby of Lake Butler which lies S & E of Jessie Mae 2556- Lot S Of Blk 1 : .' : Add S-21A & N Line of
Co Gr Rd ,21 S 33 Est. 13..79 Lake Shore
the weekend with Hampton, InGahagaa. SID: i 3960-B-Beg 104' W Dr Sly .
spent 1822 -Lots 38 & 39 ex R/W' Aaron Holley 6.11Ida' & 15'NotSECor I 335.4. to Lake, E

his grandparents Mr. and in Woodlawn 30 Ii. 23 20 Casey Starr 1 8.98 .5n--Lotl 11 through V of XEU of XEU. f'ly.US' W 60' ,

Mrs. O. E. crosby 1837.LoU 16, 51, 52. I 16 of Blk 1 Ga.hagaa N 80''W 70'; S 80; to 'Beg' '13 I' 22 l ILerman.WGradiek .UI'
61 & 62 & EH of S/D Ex. R/W .!'ij Handkerson Eat, 1' .1! E 70' to 5630-Tract 10- Carl .
Beg 29
Mr, and Mrs. C. L. MorrisOf Lots 53560 in 2583- Lot 10 of BIk i < 41M-- Tract, A of Vollkopf S/D

Houston, Texas will be Woodlawn 31 5 22 t CO ormond U. Bonifay 5 E.05 3 In Gahagan SID i -.WfJIU Green 6.61 j Wept Pine. SID ErE 5653 S 1%' of N 354' James; Z. Lee 124.5S

C 1840-A-1-A Sq !In N- 2590-Lot 16 &; S!$ ol i 180 of NH of, NWU ,of
of Mr. and Mrs. W. 29 0 22
W Cor of Lot 54 Lot 17 of Elk :3 I in ; SEU Ex E 21S, ft; .
Ward for several weeks. in Woodlawn 31 5 22 1 Carl J.'Wilson GUT Gahagan SID 4neen :.Esther Green E 3." .4141 Coin at NW Ex R/W 13 I 2* Lawrence" B. 19.98

1848-EH of Lot 12 '2627-Beg at SE Cor Cor *f Westpine 5671- S" 3/4 of EU! & .. Oglesby

In Woodlawn 32 I 23 5 Don Hugh Crawford 6.61 of SEU of NEt run .. S/D run S 2319 Ft EH of SWU 9f.N i. -

IX TilE COVNTY JUDGE! 1863-A-S 132' of EH V* W 150', N 100', E fqr POB W 125 Ft. E!: 17 3 22 140 Welsner'ft, ; Erana' 64.92
COURT OF BRADFORD BlonatB 150' S TO POB 22 6 E. Flee 63.98 S 100 FtE1:5 Ft, .
of SWU of NWU Geraldine: 23 ,Frank 5715- SEU of SW .4Ex
PttOBATH. t. N 100 Ft to POB Ex
COUNTY of NEU 34 Z: S I) et al IOU "i 1"f'. : : N 165 Ft 23 t 22 35 )Pnf,* Sullivan %&.x/
2S3C-Com JUO'; E A ;; R/W City 29 6 22 ;.:. ___
1833ABeg; at SW 5728-' Com At SE CorofNE'k
In Re: Estate of Cor Lot In Feets- 30' X of SW Cor efXWU 4U-l Sq A in SW fun, W 450'for :

Mary Leone (formerly ville run N 185, E of SWU. N Cor ot EH of :NW- POB. N 1320 to !
Mary Yell. Dec as 105 S 105 W 105" 100'. E 50 S 108'. U. of Ex Parcel Sold 32 I' 22 X Line of SEU of

NOTICE OF FILING PETITION to roB 35 S 22 Clarence Fott1s841Lot$0'N& .' .. 9-81 W 50' to POB 22 C 22 Willie Lee Pearce LEO 4295-Beg at SB Cor .NEU W55*. S 1320', > .. ., .i
.. ,
FOR UI.SCII.iRCR OF 2637 Com'866. E & of ,1-A Sq.: in SW w'to .
E POB c. *
; U. 22 ,
Corof E% of NW- U7 Mary WlUon 4 16.52t
ADMINISTRATORTo 30' X of SW Cot of .
5729 Com at SE Cot .
Sby50'E&Wlna' -
U .f SE'" >f 150' .
NW}; of SWU I* '" .'
CoaeerNotice .
AU Wkom It May Lots of Peetsvllle ",',-. of -NEU run W .. .
la hereby given that 1 Beg 200' W of NE %!O' for POB, E to POB. W '210. N 523.x. NW Ly 16S.Vfor \ "" ....
hare lied my final returns as Cor. 351SSJ 6 23 Dora Hamilton et al 23.38 100'. X 50'. W 100', First .Mtg tS. 60; E 210', S 60' to PO B. N 1185'; :, ,' '
of 50' to POB 23 6. 23 Corp, of iStusJti 53-84. POB 32 ( 22 .
administrator of the estate -XWU of SE!; f- -- f :- Wly on X Line 55. J.
Mary Leone (formerly Mace of XWU Ex 1A .iuXW 2639-Parcel Desc In 4297-1UA lying N & Sly 1160'; Sely for f- '

Melt), deceased; Cor ft Ex 2A to .. DB 88-441 22 6 22 Johnny Lane 6.61 W of Hwy 301 End to. POB 24 22I C. C. Hegaa 17.01
filed my petition for final discharge In SW Cor 35 5 2. 7 Henry Brown X t.01 2640-Parcel Due In S by --Chambers' w 1
and that I will applyto 1113 A-1 Lot 50 X DB 83-443 : 22 1. 22 Walter West 6-50 by Mack. N by Me- 6013 1 Lot In "SE -.
Theron A. Caslin E by Hwy 32 ( 23 Cor of ,_ '. '. f._
the Honorable & S by 50 E &: W 2666 -- Lots 19 &; 22 ,. SH v ., '.._,
Yawn County Judge of Bradford in SW Cor of St. of Blk 2 .in XatWilliams 4JI5-Lot 1 of Bit 3 of NWU of .:';W'd I'.' :

County Florida on -June of NWU of NWU ', SID Elizabeth Givens 19.48 in Lincoln City being lOS Fi N ft "f" i .

10, 1)6 at 10:00 A.M. for approval E of RR 35 5 23 Lacy Br ca L 60.57 2673-1 Lot In XWU ,'f; 4316- Lot 2 of Blk 3 S by 119 Ft E.ft 4'4 '"
of the, and for final In Lincoln City W,Ex E.58' 2$ 22 Jehnnle EL.Flowerst 5.176155Lot
1917-Com at SW Cor of SWU as Desc inDeed .J .
administrator u -Lot :3 I of BIt SIn 47 in Indian 1
discharge as .
of SWIG of SEt of Bk' 70 Pg. 801 t _
WUddon 19.11
\ Sr.
Lincoln D.
City ;
Beach .
XWU'run nly 208.7 ,; Ex R/W In Nat John'-!fAnnliWilliam \ r :' .
This April 27th, 19(1AUGUST for FOB Cont :Xly Williams S/D 22 I 22 Ul 4330 -Lots 2 'ft: 3 of : 3.14-W10'ofE180' r
of S 70 of Lot. 7 ofof f .j- ; ,r
CASS1OTO.Administrator BIk 6 in Lincoln "" '
: .
208.7'. Ely 105'. Sly : .
: tSW Cor 'i
2676-Com .
,. .: r BUt 1 'SantaFe
of tat of 208.7'. Wly 10$' to f : City .Ex R/W
of XWU 'Of SWU
Mary Leone (formerly' PoB 35 S 21 H t Mid State Homes, Inc I 5188 ,. 4350-Lot 3 of BUt !. Shore QulaQ- Taylor 73.43J
run E 400 Ft, N 484 .. : It.. .
Mary 11 ell). Deceased.nOLLIS XW Cor ':f.i .'. Ft. E 250 i Ft for .. ia Lincoln City / i .
1S6S-Com at ; .. V
t. m. 4re ,1 KELLT .
p,: ; 4J52- Lots 1, 4, 5, 7.ft J;, R. ,_ .,, ( .
y. Coat E 250 Ft .
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