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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 23, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME EIGHTY-FOUE STARKE. FLORIDA... THURSDAY MAY 23, 1963 FORTY-SEVEN


I County C of C Drop BidsTriangle
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/I By Rising Costs 4L i For New ArmoryA Of 'Racing FundsRep. In Murder TrialA .

A. J. Thomas Jr.
'ChannelsTeam
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_.i An increase in rates at the .... ..- --f- '. bill appropriating $75,000 I announced from Tallahassee verdict of "not guilty"

_ Bradford County Hospital l, ,i-I f t.d'. ';" in matching funds for the I yesterday that a publichearing' I was brought in for Lawtey

_ _! made necessary by an increase construction of a new National will be held in the I Negress Alice Ann.Jenkins, 29, ,

- in operating expense, Guard armory in Starke courthouse at 9:30: a. m. by a Bradford County Circuit With the County and the Chamber of Commerce

was announced this week by .. ;, L&u.M passed the State Senate Mon Saturday on a request from Court jury. Wednesday morn- both bowing out of the picture, it seemed likely, aftera

R. Edmondson, administrator ? day. The measure was intro- the Bradford County [air ing.The Teaching public hearing last Saturday morning, that "The
t to become effective .,. duced of I woman had been. indicted .
by Sen. Charley E. Association for a portion Golden controversial of right-
Triangle piece excess
July 15. -' ; J Johns of Starke and provides race track fund;} coming to by a grand jury for first a
mi at Madison and Munroe\ Streets would be disposed -
of-way ,
The degree murder on Saturday, Set
cost of semi-private i that the money would not be Bradford ,County. Experiment
rooms will be advanced from # used unless a minimum of Thomas said the Fair May 11. in the- knife slaying of -of through normal channels.
$12 to :, 't' her 42-year-old common-law I Last Saturday's hearing was called by the Bradford
1 $14 daily while theprivate the same amount is appropri- Association would like to .
room rate will be increased ;t ated by the Federal govern- construct an exhibit build- husband Henry Brown last At Bradford High legislative delegation to decide whether or not to introduce -

from $17 to $19 per .1\.i.-....,", ment.A big for poultry and hogs November 23 during a family special legislation requiring the State Road

day.Other similar bill will be intro- at .the new fair ,grounds ata feud.A. Department to deed the triangle to the County or to

rate increases. effective duced in the House of Repre- cost of $7,354. He said 12-man jury required ',Plans are being formulated the Chamber of Commerce or to let it be sold by

( July 15. are as follows: sentatives by Rep. A.J. Thomas the association would like capital cases. was out less at'Bradford High School for the SRD, as the law provides, with the money receivedto

Pediatrics [as applicable Jr. to have a portion of the than an hour before freeingthe an experimental team-teach- be credited to the county's secondary road fund.
$11: Negress after hearing her ing program which will involve
Starke has been assignedNo. race track mtney with testimony on the stand. There County Attorney H. V
Emergency beds [hall] approximately 135 ninth
which to do this work. I
1 in the state for
.. $1?; priority were no other eyewitnessesto grade students in the 1963-64 Knight pointed out that "the turn the money to the county.
Members of Garden and construction of a new armory, Thomas said he assumed E. Johns
Newborn NurserY-$4; Woman's Clubs paint oil drumsa the fight. school term.Ap)1'oximately. big advantage" for the countyto Sen. Charley re-
Nursery Boarders-$5. bright yellow for use as "Litter Cans" during the current.: and a site on Edwards Road the Association's money The defendant, admitted } 30 parents plied. "But what would the
the parcel and sell it
has already been deeded to would have to from own I "
come I from the witness stand Tues bond holders say to that?
In consideration of the rate. Clean-up Drive. From left: Margaret Brown, Mary Manning i attended a meeting in the
the Armory Board by the the $15,000 in race track would be that the money could
j day that she fatally stabbed W. T- Jackson operatorOf
increases. the Hospital Board ; and Margaret Williams. BBS auditorium Tuesday
City for use for this purpose.A money now being allottedto then be used for
r of Trustees has adopted a policy Bradford'unty Brown with a butcher knife. night. May 20, when'they were any purpose a local building material
I "that all simple, routine Work Begins new armory was made the She said she and her. 49- acquainted with the programby including a new courthousesite and machinery supply company -

A medications such as aspirin. necessary here by the National Development Authority. I I year-old husband had been to .school .officials. General ] and would not be applied said he was also interested -

A.P.CBufferin. Nembutal. Guard reorganization resulting 1 p [Continued on Page 2] reaction of the parents was to secondary road bonds. in the triangle and had
mineral oil-Milk: in the combining of to the site at the time
of Magnesia "apparently unanimous" in favor gone
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Parade Kicks OffCleanup Co. B [Blanding] and Co. C Engineer Reports County Commissioner Geo.
$ etc. be Included in the daily : of the new program, according the parcel was originally scheduled -
1 service charge and no separate [Starke] into one unit, housed to Guidance CounselorEd W. Roberts Jr. objected to for sale by the State

charge be made for these in the Starke armory. A Blaisdell. this proposal saying that to Road 'Department.

items during the in-patient's Special Forces detachment is Aeraters To Be ReadyBy The four teachers workingin gain title to the property and "We were informed that the

I stay in the hospital." DriveA also using the armory here/ the new program next year sell it would put the countyin sale had been called off"

The rate increases were i contributing further to the Late This Summer will be Ben Cheatham, mathematics the real estate business Jackson said. "I'd like to know

I. made at the suggestion of the overcrowded condition. : Richard Joe k el, and get it involved in a con- who had it called off."
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A. H. Crippen Jr., of Gainesville science; Mrs. Wanda Blais- troversial matter. Sen. Johns replied that he

the hospital's .auditor, 20-unit parade through the downtown and resi- Food PoisoningHits In a report to the Starke increase in the money it allOcates dell, English, and Mrs. Judy Rep, A. J. Thomas Jr. injected intervened to have the sale

J who called attention to several dential sections kicked off Starke's unified Clean-up, i city council Tuesday night to the Bradford County Gabel, social studies. a new angle into the postponed because he felt the

_ factors in the -immediate future Paint-up, Fix-up: campaign, sponsored locally by the 63 PupilsAt Engineer Earl Bessent :of Library each month. This According to Jockel the discussion when he remarked: public was not sufficiently Informed -

that' might result, in operating Civic Kounatable.After would increase the paymentto main advantage of the experimental "The property was taken by on the matter and he
losses. the parade Wednes- Women's Club Civitans, Se- SouthsideWhat Reynolds, Smith, and Hills of ,$100 per month the city program is .that it will the Road Department for road wanted to see the county get

Among these were the loss day the units' dispersed, each nior Citizens Boy Scouts. Cub Jacksonville'said that the new already has been paying $60 allow mote time for teachersto purposes. The State Road Department as much from the sale of the

of about $5,000 annually in I. to carry out its'first assigned Scouts American Legion B- well and two aerators under and enable the library to pay. work with students in in- doesn't have the property as possible.

interest that the hospital has clean-up project. S eve ral! HS Band and city and coun- was described by Dr. construction now will be in rent on a new building. A dividual a.s. A student will right to take more property .Jackson replied that the

been receiving in recent yearson truck loads of discarded appliances ty officials and equipment. A.Y. Covington, county health delegation from the library have a chance to spend extra that it needs. In this case SRD had published a legal

its savings account. Now were hauled from the Mayor Chitty said that extra officer as "a mild food poisoning operation by late this summer.i and Library Board requestedthe timq on any weakness he may would it not be proper for notice in The 'Telegraph advertising

-4 that this money is being expended premises of downtown busi- trucks and rotary mowers outbreak" hit 63 stud- Work is progressing satisfactorily -: increase at a previous have.. the State Road Departmentto the sale'and he con-

on the new addition, nesses Wednesday afternoon will be available during ents of Southside Elementary Bessent, said and I meeting for that purpose.P. In 'contrast to the present sell the excess parcel back sidered this should "have. been

this approximately .$5,000 Income and vacant" lots were mowed. the drive to haul off trash'and School last Friday, causing drilling at the new well near T. Nolin, principal of program where a, teacher deliversan I to the original owner for what sufficient.
the Florida Power and Light
will be cut off. Mayor'Randal.Chitty sportIng mow right-of-way and vacant considerable nausea and vomiting Company on Alligator Creekis Starke eEementary School Identical'lecture fiver I he paid for it? Should they I. Yawn pointed out that a

Another factor contributingto a straw sunhat and armed lots.A complete. The aerators at asked the council to install a six periods perday,the new be allowed to take property special act requiring unusual

increased operating expense with a pitchfork, led a.bevy,{Jf feature of the Clean-up Dr. Covington said the outbreak the old well at thepower. water drain and five foot program will include large and'sell it for a profit?" disposition of the proert1mirht

will be the addition of a new broom-wielding housewives, in campaign will be a "beforend was probably caused by t.t.. sidewalk. on the south side lecture 'sessions getting that The original owner of the be attacked In the
plant and the seeond-1ew-
I wing which the auditor said 'an assault on Call Street for after" photo contest in .phylococcus.entero toxin" of Washington Street so studentS over at one t1ineothus leaving property was John A. Torode. courts and if ,ultimately
well Pratt Street
est on the
would cause depreciation expense he benefit of a Jacksonville : four divisions r vacant lot.'best organisms, 'one of the more will not have to walk more tune for individual in- County Judge T. A. Yawn thrown out would create a
playground are.still under
to ,rise sharply prior ,to elevision .cameraman, covering I service station, best retail common type infections that construction however.-. to school in the road. He struction and individual study Jr:, as an attorney representing .cloud on the title to the prop

increase in occupancy per- the event. store and window display can occur in summer temper- hi received no' concrete answer areas which will be built for Guy Andrews local build erty": He said this might affect -
Until the aerators are I
_ centage. most attractive disposal area atures. though the council indicated them. er interested In purchasingthe the value of the parcel.
The advised all citizens -
Mayor operation residents of Sara-
_:4 "These factors will contrib- and organized group project. He said that the students a sympathetic attitude. No Parents students and teach triangle. agreed that this since a prospective owner
that if they will pile debris Before and after snapshotsmust toga Heights from where most
ute toward operating losses showed symptoms from one lin told the council that ers will work in much closer was a moral issue but that would not pay as much for it
in one location at their. be submitted of each i complaints of foul smellingand
until occupany rises in the homes or business and call to four hours after eating water to School Supt. Harmon Morgan association and conferenceswith the laws governing eminent if. the title were in doubt.
tasting seem
i new wing the auditor said project by Thursday. May 30. lunch in the Southside caf has said the School Board parents will be scheduled domain proceedings make nc Jackson requested if another -
the city utilities department and will have no relief. City
Names of participants come
"We would suggest that you 964-2351 arrangements will the eteria. About 15 reported to Attorney George Pierce, who will pay half the cost of the when necessary to inform provision for selling excess sale date' Is set up by the
the location of project
1 and the board give further be made to have the refuse back of the emergency room of the lives in Saratoga Heights. project them Of the student's pro right-of-way back to the .orIginal State Road Department thatit
written
should be
on
I thought to increasing rates in hauled Bradford County Hospital and has Nolin also requested that a gress. Another contrast to the owner at the price be a public auction and not
away. all said the water lately
the hospital so as to minimize Units taking part in the the photograph and en- another 20 were treated by smelled narticularlv bad. policeman be placed on a present high school program paid. He said the original sold by sealed bids.
to
mailed P.
tries should be
these losses the auditor private physicians during the ----- ----------- regular assignment to direct where a teacher has six owner should file his objections Sen. Johns agreed that public -
the
Wednesday parade were Certifi- The first phase of the city'renovation
said. O. Box 689 Starke. brief upset. traffic at the light on Washington ses and 150 students and clas-I if any. at the time of auction would be the best
Lions Club Rotary Jaycees, cates of achievement will be ; of its water and
letter. Street at Starke Elementary .familiar with taking of the property. Aftei of the
In a to Blue Cross of not be I method of disposing
said the
1 Woman's Covington the
Garden Club Club awarded Saturday. June 1. Dr. sewer systems includes :
Florida notifying the hospital on school. Council a- I 13 that the new program will the property has been con property.The .
Junior Woman's Club. Little "The cooperation of the individual Health Department had madean two aerators the new well,
insurance company of the of greed to consult with the Police divide the 135 students into demned the original owner Golden Triangle startsat
investigation well at
exhaustive old
residents of Starke Is and repair of the
proposed rate increases, Mr. Blaze Doused just as important as the work the incident but had been unable the power plant and a small Department about a man four groups and each teacher has no recourse under present a point at the intersectionof
; Edmondson said: or to pay the school custodianif will be responsible for know- law. Yawn said. Madison and. Munroe
to gain any clear-cut amount of sewer line. Cost of
Mayor -
"For the past months the AtHardy Bros. of the orga.rmoo-grouPs. to which of the unable to release a police- ing the records of 35 to 40 Attorney Knight said he [State Road 100 and U. 8.
out. "The picture as this phase is approximately
pointed
Chitty
Board of students assigned to him. felt the original owner had to 18
Trustees has been man. 3011 and widens out
Fire served J
3y Dept. or failure of the campaign foods that, day wa.sthe $70.000 and the city has borrowed -
most concerned by the increased success of the trouble. The from both Nolin also warned the coun- -The new program will also anequity in the propertyand i feet on its southern aide. In
what all of source I
depends on money coil about Little League ballplayers throughout atudent's. ". if his bid meets the:
enoughto
operating costs of Starke Fire Chief R. C. do he addpH' pointingout I popular assumption that the Starke banks at four per cent be continuous itself it Is not large
us running. front of of high others he should have pref- business
supplying adequate nursing last four years be of use for a
[Red] Buford reported that the basis for judging. outbreak was caused by tuna interest over a five year periodto
I,. service dietary service and Friday May 17, the burning ofa the national contest in which sandwiches was discounted by finance it. cars on Pratt Street across school. The students will also erence." He suggested a comprise -_ but it takes on added value

1 routine patient care. As you quantity of old tires and Starke is entered consists of Dr. Covington. He said that Total amount borrowed was from Nolin's home. to chase work with the same "key"teacher bill requiring- SRDto from the fact that it bordersan
must be aware we have not Brothers foul ba 1s. The principal said for four years. sell the property and re- unused block of Munroe
automobiles at Hardy the cherry ol I
both the degree of improve- he rather suspected $130,000 but about $50,000
he had "held his breath" on I will also undergo This
side.
found it necessary to increase The students Street on the east
Salvage Yard on North < which had been re- old
ment and also the amount ot cobbler that went to clear up an
these charges since 1959. It several occasions when children a standardized testing of Munroe was closed -
Temple Avenue.No participation by individual warmed after being refrigera- note at the Florida Bank at.. Prison Funds portion
is now apparent that to meet damages were estimated borrowed' darter across the street irogram. and will be rated a- off by the State Road De

-4 these rising costs, we must from the blaze which caught townspeople. [Continued on Page 2] Starke.$651000[ from The each city bank and from the playground after a g;ainst students of their same partment in re-routing U.s.
Slated Here
ball. Council agreed to block and from all the nation If the
increase the daily service mechanics cutting age over 301 through the city.
when were bank at
it to each
charge to our patients. At the a part from an old car with Average County Resident Shows will the ,rate repay of $1,500 plus inter: the street to traffic during the to assure competency in block la legally closed by ths

conclusion of the financial an acetylene torch. Buford II est each month. afternoons when games are basic subject areas. By Fla. House city half will revert to the

-I; year ending March 31. 19631 said the yard first reported Best Financial Health In YearsThe In other action Tuesday scheduled as they did last cwner of the triangle and .
faced with season. to.. Guy Andrews,
we are a o- just a grass fire which they night: Rotary HearlDiscussion Close ,to $6,000,000 in new half will go .
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the"west
perations at the present time. thought would burn itself out. Orris Wiggins construction in Bradford owner of property'
financial health of the posable incomes of $2,500 the Councilman On prison
According to its last audit But little later the fire department raise Stolen DirtReported side. .
a Bradford County resident ability to save is small They asked for a $2.50 pay and Union Counties li I -
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the hospital realized net wrerage Is successful in
a received a call to is better than it has put away about 2.0 per cent pen! week for members of the To Nuclear WeaponsDr. slated for the next Wennium. If Andrews titfeto
profit of only $1.588 on a put out a long high pile of old for the fire department, but could get The House appropriations his efforts to obtain
time. : purpose.
!teen for some
obtath-
gross revenue from patients of tires which had caught from from the County BoardIn Paul Mori Jr., directorof the ,triangle he wjll
in commitment bill passed hIs,week, included -
$256.646 during the fiscal Evidence, of this Is seen At $5,000 net income, the no unused/.bjock of
the R. C. [Red] at the Baptist work atRa1or the entire
grass. he has council. Fire Chief radiology $214,000 for sewer
the amount of money rate of savings reaches 4.8
I it
ending March 31. this week to if the city closes
year "Man it was smoking up accumulated in bank accountsin peJ: cent. It rises steadily : Buford also requested that he a letter Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville and $15,000 for a i! Munroe

something" Buford said. "All the past two years in the from this point reaching more be allowed to hire one more County Commissioner JessieR. spoke on the subJect new home for the prison sup -| legally.
ENTER NOW! we did was to keep it under and asked for more Thomas, rintendent. The sewer
increase in his savings in I than 20 per cent in the top fireman Chastain. A. J. nuclear at the Rotary '
I control until it cooled down." general and in the control he brackets it is found.In fire hose. Starke realtor called attention of weapons funds when released will be !Blanding Guard

CleanUp, Paint-Up, The chief said water lines has maintained over his out- The board approved the Club Wednesday. I II used to expand the disposal .
Bradford County where to. theft of soil by unknown Gets$21OOOhi
the
Fix-Up large enough to run the fire .' standing debt. list purchase of 500 feet of hose I Dr. Marl is a contributor tof'facility at the new east] prison ..
the latest annual figures graded
truck pumps efficiently have This buildup of savings has net income family at $4- and the additional employee, .I persons from a several id'-journals. and t I tying it in with the disposal Repair Funds

Photo Contest not been -run that .far .north\ created -an unprecedented pool the per rate of savings for a total of five firemen. road between State Road 18 was awarded the American I I system at the old prison. .

but that the. 700 gallon capacity of spending power that has I 144 is 3.7 average per cent, based on i B Iord related one incidentof and Hampton Lake and the Cancer Society certificate of I A sum of 121,000 In Federal-

Submit "before and aft: of the department's new favorable portents for the' It to an 'last' week when his depart- Santa Fe Cemetery.In Also included in the Houses I funds has been released td
these findings. comes
merit for writing and producing -
fire engine was sufficient. for Bradford County populationas mentj started to do some watering I appropriations bill was $4- the National Guard Bureau
er" photos of your favorite the. blaze. a whole and for local business estimated $153 a year per at one of the city's his- letter Mr. Thomas the film "Where There's 1, 477404 for the new reception'I II for alterations and addtlons

project during That's where the big tank in. particular. It could family. playgrounds but found the said: Smoke" which was used as!I center and: medical facility tot to the ,Army National Guard

_ I really comes in handyin spark a big buying surge. For the community as a hydrant dry. If such an incident "I notice that considerablesoil a model for development of 'be located on the old Lake combined field maintenance

CLEANUp.VEEK I places like that on the fringe How soon""will this power be whole savings are running at happened when a bad has just recently been the educational f2m. "To' Butler airport site in Union shop at Camp Blanding.

May22-Junel of the city. We can put out a unleashed and to what extent the rate of $526,000 year. fire was raging. the chief said taken from this road. appar- County. The ground has been i The announcement
pretty big fire with ,just the These the big un- Throughout Bradford County 'much damage could result and truck I Smoke or Not to. Smoke. produced cleared for this construction, i made In a letter td Congressman -"
Join in This All-Out Effort water in the tank." the chief knowns. They are.depend upon according to the Federal "Starke might even lose a ently by a small type. ,. by the national office.. and work on the first phase i D. R Matthews from
said. Reserve time deposits in local ** He very likely being loaded with I The speaker, by use of W. McOowan. '
to make Starke. the consumer moods city block of.buildings. .\ should get under way soon. Maj. Gen. D.
Details concerning the Increase banks, consisting chiefly said the extra man would hand shovels. charts showed. the radiological Adding to the total expenditure -\ Chief of the National Guard

cleanest town of its size Two Month Drought in individual savings i of personal savings rose from I enable him to have all hy- 'This has been going on for effects of ..differentsize for prison facilities will Bureau Washington D. C.

in the U. S. A. ,Ended By Rains in the local area. and elsewhere 2263.000 in June i960, to drants in the city inspected i some time and I am sure atomic and hydrogen tombs, be approximately $1,200,000for The funds will be used to

in the country duringthe some $3,084,000 in June, 1962. regularly and kept in good those interested In the ceme- >and said that the, largest of an addition at the new enlarge the paint shop at

1 A .twO- onth- ld semi- two-year period are contained Other types of savings, repair. tery and in the upkeep of this these would have bad effects east! prison In Bradford Camp Blending adding another '
I Government bonds also told the road would f r'a distance of 85 miles if to include chapel for painting:
1 drought was broken Tuesday in figures released by j such as The chief very nicely graded County a bay spray
This Space Contributed when the first good: rain in I'the Federal Reserve System I and shares In savings and i council the fire underwritershave i not want it to be defaced by dropped, in the center of gymnatorium. classification offices the addition of four more overhead

Weekly to Publicir I many weeks fell on Bradford and ,by other agencies.As loan institutions, have also recommended that this manner of thievery. Ja sonvWe. He said that the visiting parlors clinics doors in the automotive

County. The three Forest Service might be expected the increased considerably. I Starke have three men on a "Please look into this mat onbr way to be safe from fall, and educational building. Final shop; and doubling the

Community Events by 1' fire towers in the county reports show that the amounta Nationally it is reported, a shift instead of two and send terand contact the Sheriffs out .would be with theprotec01 -, plans have 'been completed .izc of the vault area for the

The CommunityState recorded the following rain- family sets aside .as savings record $53 billion has been a- two trucks to every fire office and confer with Road afforded by three) feet oi. for this work, and construction security of email arms.

1 I t fall on that day: New River is directly related to its in- massed by Americans in the neither of .which is possiblenow. Supervisor Rv E. Jones In an I &itJt cr the equivalent inconcr'ete l should begin Withinth .It Is expected that work on

,Bank '..7 Inch; Highland 1.1 Inch; come. two years, bringing their total effort to prevent further.theft:l ,. steel. ,, or wood next six weeks. Prisonlabor'win the projects will get under.

-' _.-_ _ _ _ -' Santa Fe, .4 inch. I Amorii families with dis- o savings to $313.8 billion. ,-. ouncU1 also approved. .-' a $50 of soil from: Ihq road." be used. way in about 30 days. ..

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I'AGE TWO
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FIXRIDA
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(/ I I1' Mr. '''and-'ti Yrs. W. E. Wilcox
II I I encourage it to take the bait. I season machinery. 1 BAPTIST CHURCH
of Fort Landerdale
are spend-
I ; I Bait placements outside of I The Agricultural Extension i
ing two weeks at Mrs. A. Z. rn : HEILBRONN
/ Adkins1*, buildings should always have Service specialist emphasizes I
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summer home 0 n t +' 'r a ''substantial baltbox to pro that "good rat prooofing and Sunday School, If( a. m.

Kingsley Lake. I .. < tect and safeguard the bait. effective environment control Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

Johnny Lord of Old Town : z> ., It's important that a plenti will reduce the potential of 'a :, Training Union, 7 pjn. Evening -
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE; 964M51Mrs. was the weekend guest of i s, '
p.m.'Prayer
Worship, JB
rat invasion
ful 80
I supply of fresh bait be I by percent or I
r Miss Clarinell Cooper and t t .r smat' maintained in locations where more." I ii Meeting Wednesdays 7:30:: p.m

r,< Eugene\ Williams. I&t 1 I r Miss Barbara Turner. Arne'' they attended the JuniorSenior R +cJ ;: the rats will feed !i Rev. Charles Harvey, pastor.
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spending the weekend at Daytona :1[ Hauler, Miss Linda Strobo Prom. He was accomp- .S x r "Should b ebo f eradication j ,

Beach with friends.I I I and Joe Adams attended the anied home on Sunday by be too complex or difficult Cash Paid for Good Clean! THE RIGHT_ POINT for tau

Mrs. Yvonne Tetstone of I Junior-Senior Prom and visited I :big and Mrs. C L. Cooper I ; >, a ;j it is best to hire a commercial Rags.,110 Khakis or Wool All:1fa7 yon write. Come la &a4

Brooker and Mrs. LucIa i Six Gun Territory and Sil I and daughter and Peggy I --. ..------ -.-. i pest control operator 1: Catton. Brinf to Telegraph;select yew feYfrit ]E&T &-

,' Thomas of Starke are' local ver' Springs during the week- Siemer. r KINDERGARTEN GRADUATES t to do the job." advises Madsen.!IGBAPIL I. BROOK Fountain TuL TELE-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
admittances to Doctor's Hospital I Warren I ,: Rat proofing is simply j GRAPH.BEAUTIFICAT10N.
end.Mrs. and family and Mrs. Emma I
this week. Foster Shi Smith was I Badman! and granddaughter, Pictured above are pupils of 1st,,row [U-rJ: Elaine'Roder- 2nd row Tommy Reddish, i blocking off entrance and exit!', --
Mrs. H. M. Richarde and in Alachua General Hospital I I Mama Priest's Kindergarten mon Chuck Hutcheson, Tice Clarice | routes that rats use to move
Evans Glen Mullins
-" Mr: and Mrs. S. R. Johns' from Thursday to Sunday i!, Debbie Cauffman, spent Sun- !i! who, received their diploma in i' Thornton ; in and out of buildings. r
,
1! day at Daytona. Beach. j I Randy Chitty.. Susan Terri Smith. Bobby.Linn,,Jean t 1 WEEK
spent several days this weekin where she underwent minor I'' Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. An- commencement exercises at Faulkner Jimmy Brab Ann ,Wh fen, Jimmy Brownlee j I All hidden travel routes
Miami on business. surgery. the First Methodist Churchon ; ham Debbie j I should be sealed oft Three-
were Edwards, Marty l Stella Hazen Dickinson
,
drews of Jacksonville !' : ,,Eddy -
!
Mrs. Jim Hitch was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb Sunday: May 19. J I Irby. Alma, | eights inch hardware cloth isi ,
.>.. her son-in-law and daughter, of Williston were weekend visiting Mr. and Iiirs. R. O. | Jean Johnson. ,I suitable for most rat proof- : Clean Up! Paint Up! Fix Up!

:Mr,, and Mrs. Tommy Johns guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Dansby on Sunday. Reddings Given Rats Cost Money! | climber ,that lives in attics I i]! ing. It can be fitted over holes
Eric of Ja kson-, ,
McIntyre
Hf and baby boy Jacksonville Johns. i and left around water .
electric
I among the rafters. j; pipes -
over the weekend: ville spent last week with his j( $6,000 DamagesIn Tips :On How To j I I
,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stef- : But what's the best way to|i I wires air conditioners
We in Starkfi'sCleanup
asking cooperation
and :Mrs are
Mr. I
grandparents, your
u. Mrs. James Howe and anelli visited Mr. and Mrs. Civil Suit I get'rid of'these costly rodents.? I and gnawed holes in walls or
-- daughter and Mrs. Eoliner Robert Stefanelli in Gaines J. H. DuPre. .t Get Rid Of Them 1 Maisen recommends using'I!t! floors. ; Campaign by:-

Smith visited Mrs. RobertGenereux .ville on Sunday. I Dr O. L. Haynes Jr., and I Mrs. Mamie Redding? ofj i traps. II I I I A common rat path isi

4.. In Jacksonville n Mrs. Rosie Girton of St. i'I Dr. J. E. Denmark. attended inl I Lawtev was awarded '$5.000 i 1 I There's' no disgrace in ,acquirin However, if your problem i I II i i through broken windows and I, Keeping all rubbish.'cans in rear.Qf. residence
", Monday Petersburg is visiting her son. the dental convention j1 ; a few rats around your a large and ever-present !i torn '
damages in circuit court here {I Want screens. When rats are
w< Mrs Henry O'Hara spent Cleveland Neal at Theressa.I' J Jacksonville) from Sunday to Wednesday. injuries'susr 'home' or farm- but, it is disgraceful -j ber of rats, you should take I,; prevented from using these 2. Checking legible house' street numbers.

,.. last Tuesday to Sunday at Friends will regret to know I Wednesday.. twined in an accident on UJS. to. maintain them i three steps:. complete eradication -'I hidden routes, they are forced 3. Checking utility poles) '' for 5 posters and signs.
Daytona. Beach visiting Mrs. | that Mrs. Girton has been in'' according to. Clyd R, Mad- rat
and
301 two years a"o Her hus- I proofing envir- into the open which they dis- ,
t Onie Mae Graves and Mr. | poor health recently, and is\ Lawtey' NegressAcquitted band. L. A. Rpddinor. was a. sen, cooperative rodent control onmental control. I like. 4. Installing window and porch boxes

and Mr. L, C. Smith. staying here a while in hopes : warded $1.000.. Thpv had I, l specialist with the Florida "For best eradication results ,-I i Madsen warns not to start'I !

Mr. and Mrs. John Kope- that! the change will cause. brought! suit for $10.0no. Agricultural Extension$er- use an anticoagulant'I rat-proofing until you have 5. Pruning overgrown shrubb. /

lousos and daughter, Katherine her to improve. The defendant vice.Rats .bait in bulk amounts of 40 to '
in
the case, I exterminated the present rats. 6. Reporting cracked to
curbings authori
of Birmingham. Ala. are Mrs. J. H. Harrell of Miami 1 1 Charles F. McDoueal] of Mas- cost you money! They 50 pounds or one pound lots." They will be easier to locatefor City
ICon ti ed From Page ] ties
spending Friday to Sunday is spending several weeks with nu sachuestts. had already admitted eat and contaminate 'great Madsen gives these.pointerson killing if allowed to follow ,
with parents Mr. and airs. J. Mrs Henrietta Hunt. amounts of livestock and poultry how. to use baits' for thosewho '
a juke in the Reno section of] liability in the accident their normal patterns. '\: 7. Cutting lawns
? R. Wainwright and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green Starke that night and had I II and the trial was for the feeds. :They kill youngchickens .,+ are. going. to do their,own Environmental rat control 1

Mrs. George Kopelousos.Mr. and children of Tavares, Mrsj. -I started fighting there when' purpose of fixing the amount in warehouses they control work: is about the same thins 8. Painting or scrubbing houses.
as
and Mrs. J. L. Gentry H. Hooten of Eiistis, and : her husband. accused her of of damages. gnaw into boxes and cartons.. Remember that is necessary I
"good
had as Sunday guests Mr.. Mr and'Mrs.. R. G. Dod_on of "making eyes" at another i The accident occurred when They clog machinery and start for a rat to feed on the bait I means eliminating housekeeping trash: This and 9. Removing any old ,appliance! not in use. Call

'and lvIrS'. Arthur Rigdon of Trenton were guests during man. Mrs. Reddin! stooped on 301 fires and they continue to in- for five to ten consecutive 964-2351 for information. and assistance in
junk piles keeping weeds and
Jacksonville, Mrs.. Marie Mc- the ;weekend of Mr. and Mrs.R. The fight continued when II south of Lawtey behind a i j feet domestic animals and I' days before it will die. To insure -!',! unnecessary; vegetation cut to having it moved

Millin. of St. Peter burg, and R., Hutchings.. they got to their home near school bus and hr car was man with disease. that rats will quickly devour -j'the' ground; repairing leaky .: ."
Mrs. Agnes Lawrence and .Merle Grider of Fernandina I struck from behind by Mc- Madsen states that there the bait place it along]! water faucets; providing garbage -
Mrs. Linnle McCulley of Key- Beach spent Saturday to 'I' Lawtey, the woman related.' Dougal. are two; kinds of rats in Florida their regular travel routes.;I cans with lids; and insisting MAKE YOUR HOME AND PROPERTYA

stone Heights. Wednesday with his parents s, She said that Brown first hit the Norway or Brown The best bait locations are ,

Ronald T. Patray. a junior Mr. and Mrs R. H. Grider, I her on the head with a shotgun i Disability i '- rat, and the common "roofrat. between their nests and regular t spilled foods on daily around clean-up livestock of MODEL BLOCK!

CI in the University of Florida while Lloyd Glider of St. Simons then grabbed her and{ '-.-._- ." The Norway rat is found food supply. j feedrooms and warehouses. It ..
College of Engineering, has Island, Ga. was home j ilnsurancijBenefits along coastal areas and pre Some type of cover such aslla -'
started choking her. She said :, also means stacking unused
been named to the Dean's Sunday and Monday. fers to live in burrows and slanted board or box will i lumber, baling empty burlap 'I Beta Sigma Phi Sorority

List of the college for the winter Mr. and Mrs. Roy Layfieldof she managed to reach abuts -j Upi ditch banks. The roof rat is hide the rat while it.feeds and f bags and proper storage of off ,, ','
I trimester. A major in electrical Lake Harbor and bfr cher knife on a nearby heater ,
engineering, he was Corine Purvis of Gainesvillewere and "stuck it in" Brown. j i I old-age survivors, and disability -

also recently tapped for mem weekend guests of Mr.' Brown according to the defendant .- insurance benefits in

t ectrical engineering, he was and Mrs. W. F. Herlong. Bradford County now top
ran from the bedroom
ary: engineering fraternity. Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Mrs. $56.884, per month John W. $
where the fight had '
Lt. and Mrs. Jack E. Millerof M. H. Sheppard visited '
Mrs.J. taken place over to his sister's Spann Jr. District Manager of If action is disb
Bangor, Maine are spend A. Lee and Mrs..J. H. Ma- < <
house next door. social
security in Gainesville, your
ing two weeks- with his par bry'in Deland on Monday.Mr. The sister, Melvena Green,
cots Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Herbert announced on releasing his
state's witness,
testifying as a
: Miller. Thomas and daughter Kathleen annual county benefit data ;
said that Brown came to her
I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith had as weekend guestsat report.
house with blood pouring
and daughter, Mrs. S, S. their in the
Scrub
camp from a wound in his chest. The new monthly figure
Fields of New York City are Dr. and Mrs.'Donald Chubb of She said her brother told her, represents an increase 14.5 .
of
spending a week at their cab- Winter Park. you've just to try

I. Ih on Santa Fe River and at Mr. and Mrs. W F. Glenn "Alice ed me.got" The me. Alice sister done said kill-she per cent over the corresponding gof come
I
Cedar Keys. period last year
had as weekend guests. Mr.1and tried to stop the bleeding,

: Harold Tyus was visiting Mrs E. D. Glenn of Macon then got some boys to take "This increase can be attributed .. .

friends in Fairborn Ohio the Ga., and Mrs. Margaret her brother to the hospital in to the changes, in the .

: past week. Houston of JacksonvilleBeach. Starke. law in recent years as' well 'as ,
.
Mrs. F. F. Stump is visiting They all were Saturday Dr. J. W. Patray Jr.. Starke to '
the
relatives in 'Amherst Va. evening dinner guests of physician testified that he growth of our aged (J' 1J' $ !

I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams Coma and Mrs. Fred Glenn examined Brown's body and population" Mr. Spann said. : n' :o. < .'C''"., { MfJW'lt Yty : .: it '

: are attending' the Florida, Jr._at Kingsley Lake. concluded that death wascaused "This, money stimulates'county -.( 4j''ltOt -

I Food Canners convention Frank Owsley, Starke recreation by'a knife' wound 'that. business; most of it is'spent,, w, : ...",t' .. ,,,,' ... -

I, West End, Grand Bahama ,director, was calledto penetrated the chest cavity for food, clothing, and shelter -

Islands from Thursday tot Opelika Ala. last week by> and .possibly several arteriesleading ."

I Monday. the death of hi into the heart.
? 12yearoldniece
Local l admittances to Brad* Susan Manning who Defense attorney John Paul "There is. no longer any TOTAL

ford County Hospital thi$ died of concussion after being Howard of Jacksonville, in an doubt that Social security PERFORMANCE CHAMP

week include: Mrs. Mildred IL struck in the head by a opening statment,.'conceded I I benefits are helping to stabilize -
Smith Mrs. Edith Wilkersonl the income and spending -
baseball during a game at that his client had killed her
Mrs. Penny Corbett, Airs: LflTlian school. Funeral services were husband .after being badly power of many residents in .,

A. Sampson Edgar G. held In Opelika last Friday. beaten and said that he wouldpres Bradford County," he added J .

Akridge Larry F: Kelly Mrs.! Mrs. W.. B. Mundy attended n evidence to show self Monthly benefits first became ..i _....- ..'--- ..
Zelia Green. Mrs. Marie For payable in January

sythe, Wesley Andrews, Mike board the Baptist WMU state Defense.A battered bolt action shot 1940, and they have contin- .'.,. !, r, ,.,"!. .
meeting in Jacksonville ued without ,
Klondes Mrs. Ethel Bell War interruption for .
? gun was introduced into evidence .. .. ;. "
.
Thursday. : 't .
_'
ren, Mrs. Annie M. Harden- by the defense. There e ;I I I i 23 years, accompanied by a "r.. .

brook and Merrell Dees. Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale win stock was broken off, and the''I I steady growth in the number <, ...''. ..., .,..'...,," _...-...:* ,. .. .
Ocala over the weekend of .. ., ;r '
beneficiaries. .. "
'
-i
Air. :
,
Spann :: ,
,
,
husband .
Jenkins woman said her ; --" .._ .' "
visiting :Air and Mrs. PurvisHazen noted that of d -:-.. .fJJ '" "
.
as December -
had broken the stockover 31, t "..;i I .... : ",
.
and attended the wedding i 1962, some Bradford Coun- .
her arm last July. On t .
.
r '
of their daughter, MISS Brown I tians were collecting about .. -
WITHG' JaI the night was killed I J '
ie Hazen. $682,608 -, E
-
n annually from
she testified he hit her o r social = : : :.:
Mr. and Mrs. H.: A. McLeodand the head with the barrel of security, an increase of J .....w. ::. ._ .: ,, ..
$86,652 ;: .
family were visiting Mr. over 1961. 1 _.& _.. x.4.1. .._ i...
the shotgun. ....-....... _'_.
and Mrs. David McLeod in [ .According to statementsgiven More people in Bradford _

: I J I,, Brunswick Ga. over the week- by the defendant to the County he said, could draw : -
rc
\ I social ._
end.Mr. Bradford County Sheriff's Department security benefits if they ._ _
V and Mrs. Bill Morar and she and the victim knew about the law, and for ? '
family> of Panama City'are that reason they are urged to
got into a fight which ended] ,.
J spending several days with her : visit or'call the local social :
only when she grabbed a butcher 1 '
parents Mr. and Mrs.. H. A. knife and plunged it intBrown's o 'security office whenever they ,
'
Life'lIT'S j Lawson. I" ; chest. The victim was ;j} have a question concerning

!I Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson pronounced dead on ,arrival j! their benefits or responsibili < { ,
.
and) daughter spent the I, at the Bradford County Hospital I ties. :
.
weekend with relatives and' l10f January 1963 in the : -
at 10:45: the night of
friends in II II I nation at
Auburndale. I November 23. large, more than '
William Sapp underwent 18 million beneficiaries were -'"'
,, The Jenkins woman had
) surgery in St. Vincent's Hos- '' I receiving payments at the rate
A been in in the
custody Bradford : i fi;
l pital on Monday. I of $14.5 billion per year. ;
County Jail since the
I IGRE I j I Sl --. :-
Miss Judy Foulk of U. of F. slaying with bond set at S5,. !' The average monthly old- wt

and Punta Gorda, andFrank, i:, 000.agent ,[ age retirement benefit in Jan-

ArJ11 lip Ritch of of U. of F. Brown's home was in theNegro uary was $76.19 for all States,

the weekend with bins- Hazel, : section of Peachvills I while in the State of Florida ,,. ., ..

Ritch. settlement southeast of,, Law the average was $77.86 Mr. ,, ..:. .. '. .,4
ll111 Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson> Spann- said.. x HT ,
tey. ,In her,statement_to ,thjsneriirs I ; ; ,
and grandchildren were in' : oince. the Jeniuns I The following table shows -
.
i I Savanah{ Ga. Sunday' .the number and amount ,of
u visiting
:'j; woman,. said, that after she .9
big and airs A. B. "Walker. stabbed.Brown they both raq each type of monthly benefit ", .
Mr and Mrs. Grad- to 'neighbor's j paid in Bradford County, as of -
LIFE Henry a home and he -
63 SUPER
TORQUE FORD
dick of Dothan. Ala. were ,i collapsed there. December 31, 1962. DOOR HARDTOP rf. .;. .

weekend guests of Mr and' Group No.. of Total of "
.
Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Beneficiaries Payments ,-, :. "

'Mr, and .Mrs. Robert Chace Food PoisoningAt Wife Retired or husband Worker 139 496 $32,083 'Come drive our new Super Torque. Ford "fastback" hardtop same model that mad, "car.. ,.
l 4,339
ur of Gainesville were Sunday Wid. history by sweeping the first 5 places in the Daytona 500 This is
visitors of their aunt Mrs. Southsidc or Widower 61 3,333 Ford's total 1 performance i if)
VIt helps the Mothers -& Child 316
pay Etta Hoover. Disabled workers 11,808 action and what action it proves that) Ford has the handling, the braking the endurance .
'
bill,,when*you're. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner Continued from Page One] and dependents 115 5,259 : ,
of Baldwin were Sunday the o- owes_everything it takes to stand
hurt or ilL See your 9 p up-and then some-under
visitors of Mrs. J. H. Fields.. Sort.. .o Y erns g.ht. -- t ,
Gulf Life representative t' However, in each instanceof Woods .Fire. the of do! And
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett, type ..drJving.you. right now you'll save extra .. because
about.a Health and Mr. and' Mrs. Lam r a suspected food, some who Burns 8 AcresOnly

ij Insurance plan. I Shaw and' families of Jack t who ak it ate were the ill while food others we're offering FAST. ACTION SPECIALS every car in stock priced. M

r sonville spent the weekend j same were one woods !fire with

.: with M "s. Frazier Shaw. 'atBrooklyn {..not affected. Dr. Covington I. eight acres burned, was reported to move out fast! Act fast while they last come in today! FO R D

Lake. fsaid.The last week by Florida
j I. : i iI
health officer
said his 'Forest
Service
; G.. lf' I of,Mr.Tamp and hiss! R. S. McAteer 1 department| i investigation' to Bradford County.Headquarters-

and: Mrs; ,George were visiting'Flynn Mr Jr.;I I cleanliness showed a ln high- the degree of) Since Jan. 1. 64 fires have ACTONS THE BIG ATTRACTION-SEE YOUR DEALER
cafeteria been
reported with
foyer, the 481.3
weekend
Mrs. Mc-j I and indicated that the .
man- .
as acres
burned. Last
dur- .
Ateer remained year
Life for several I Ida
's, visit. vMrs. : ager was doing an outstanding ing the same period, there ?
J I job. Refrigeration was ade were 143 fires with 1,215.3 zh*
It Morns Carter and son quate he said.Specimens burned.

..INSURANCECQ'M.PANY David> have returned:; from from all students, acres Rainfall TERWILLEGAR MOTOR
t reported during the
: 'f1] ..two weeks In Chgdburn' N,, Cl who became" 01 have been taken Weekending Monday: New V it
on business and visiting her1
to the State
I Board of River, .4 inch; Highland, '.8
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Health for analysis Dr. Cov-! inch; Santa Fe 2 inches.- ,, .26 West Madison Street Starke Florida
....- ". : Davenport, in. Bedford, Va. t ington said. ) i& : .,; .
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!I J, I: 'Stairway' To The Stars' Is Theme --- :Miss Idel LandrumTo

\, I : II.I' Of Junior-Senior Prom"Saturday Night \Ved Mr. Parrish


Bj Jl Lucian Prevatt i I long strands of wire. Blue, I On June 8th

Starke's- streets sparkled pink, ,and! white clouds of angel -
I with evening gowns and tux- I hair had been draped 1\11'; and Mrs. Merritt Han-
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 96--0&1 1 edoes last num Williams announce the
--- Saturday night, I over the hula hoops and mul-
May '18, when Bradford High j I titudes of stars and silver ;, engagement and approaching

Junior Woman's Club Installs Officers School's Junior-Senior Prom j,t star-streamers, were also hung ':! marriage, ot her daughter,
held j ] Ruby Idell Landrum, to Par-
was in the Register Building i from the ceiling with almost j _
At Banquet And Dance Last Friday on south Temple' Avenue. I!I invisIble-strands of wire. ; if i rott Alton Parrish Jr. son of

I;I: The building was decorated !j I The main center of attrac- 4j' w :, Mrs. Parrott Alton Parrish Sr.

Members of the Junior ; the Honor Court: Mrs. J. E.I .Iirt'- a color, scheme of blue and ,i i tioiwhite. ,. however, was a stairway and the late Mr. Parrish of

Woman's club held their May j Denmark. Mrs. *1 Gregory, Blue and white crepe- I I ; which reached to the 'i Newton Grove, N. C.

banquet and dance Friday Mrs. Kenneth Grider, Mrs. \I I:paper brightened all corners ceiling] to represent the theme, Pictured at Altar Society installation Sunday evening: 1st;I j I The wedding will be solem-

night, May 18. inr the: Club I Jerome Johns, Mrs. L. J. Kite, I I II of the room. and separated the I "Stairway To The Stars." The row ((1-1') : 3Irs. Francis Menf, retiring president; ::311'1. Emery![. nized ,in'the First Methodist

house. Mrs. L. H. Outlaw in- j Mrs. R. F. Merritt Mrs. Charles IA I main dance floor from the re- |i stairway was decorated witha Cooper, installing officer; .)Irs. Peter P eshingt r, vice president -!|i I Church of Starke ,on Satur-

tjoduced guests for the evening 'I 1 Sawyer, Mrs. A. Q. Smith, / rT M1 .: freshment area.. Blue and I > 1 blue carpet and was studded ; Mrs. Joseph Gissy, president. 2nd row: Mrs. Lester i)I day evening!' June- 8, at 8 0-
I :
as follows: Mrs. Hal Mrs. Fred Snell, Mrs. Lavon F'- fI.*' ,,' white repe streamers were with many gold stars. Atthe Humphries, treasurer; Mrs. Ogden Bates secretary; Father t!' 'clock
Hand, State Chairman of American Andrews. Mrs. James Chitty, t _fzj,1 4t' hung from the tops of the II top of the stairway was Cornelius Dougherty. : -bride-elect, a graduate
Home Life and Mr. F %.# ? fr1 of Bradford High School, received -
I Mrs. Harold Godwin, and Mrs. I ": windows. a :huge star which contained

''Hand, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Den- Jack Hazen. 2fl The main part of building I small lights that were continually Altar Society Installs Officers her degree of Bachelor
mark, Dr. who i of Science in.Biology from the
Harry Gruen Officers for the past year ; was also' decorated with blue blinking on and off. 4'

helped so faithfully and will-j were Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. : and white streamers which Pictures were taken of the St. Edward's Altar Society t I following officers: president,!f University of Florida, and a
: ,
Sc
"ingly with the children's dental ]Randal Chitty, Miss Betty fell from a plastic,hula hoop couples in front of the revolving held an installation banquetat Mrs. Joseph Gissy;. -.vice-pres I degree from the Physical

work project, and Mrs. E Jane Morgan, Mrs. J. V. suspended from the ceiling by spotlight which flashed the Underwood Restauranton I I ident. Mrs. Peter : Therapy School of Medicint
IL .Pfleshinger;
.&. Hall. Senior Club presl-h t. at Duke -University, She is
Rowe. Mrs. G. S. Shuford various shades of color onto Sunday evening. secretary, Mrs. Ogden Bates:
dent. Other invited guests| j and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw.A ___ Reception Given th t blue carpet of the stair- Following the dinner, Mrs. treasurer, Mrs. Lester Hum- now employed jointly by the
Duke University Medical Cen-
who! were unable to attend
Space-Rocket-theme was : i; + w Emory Cooper of Keystone phries; altar chairman Mrs.
all.Music
were E. A. Hall husband of For ter and the Durham County
Z- Mrs.
carried out in the decorations. I ; Searing, was provided bythe Heights, gave a talk on "Di- Robbie Shaller; corresponding
Senior Club President, Mrs. and members of the Little -"*' 1' Recent Bride C 'valiers. a professionalband oscean Council of Catholic secretary, Mrs. Glenn Hund- Health' Department- Durham

Hbllis Knight Junior Club Woman's Club served as wait- 4L ; _j % from Jacksonville, and Women" and installed the:i ley. I N. C.

Sponsor, and Mr. .Knight-., resses. The dinner was served th?. Highlanders, two students Mr. Parrish.. a graduate of
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., i t Mrs. Surge Searing, a re- fr6m the University ,of North Carolina -
Gainesville High School
]buffet
style in the sun room ; |
dentist on the children's den- of the club house. The guests cent bride, was' honored at a who accompany themselves on Miss Wainwright WCTU Meeting: with a degree in Politi-
fal project also. Mr. and Mrs. ,, lovely feception Thursday eve- [ cal Science.',He is now affiliated -
the
table i guitar. I Is
was decorated with gladioli ComplimentedAt Held
E., L. Matthews of the Bradford j j and greenery set off by _ning, May 16, at the StarkeWoman's Bradford High students WednesdayThe with the Newell Manu-
& County Telegraph Mrs. Club. Hostesses were Linen ShowerMiss facturing Co.
,
candlelight.Mrs. also used much of their own
Mrs. R. R. Andrews May- meeting of the
J Mrs. Paul No Invitations being
Harry Mooty. social writer for are
talent at. the occasion. Senior
Bradford County Telegraph. Hal Hand installed the Bridges Mrs. Fate Brown, J Betty Lou Wainwright, WCTU was held Wednesdayof sent but all' relatives and
incoming officers, who were: I Mrs., li.'A. Canova Patty Kay Lyon sang the last week at the country
Mrs. Willie friends of the invited
and Mr. Mooty Mrs. Patricia prospective bride of 'July 14, couple are
"Smile" the
class and
Mrs. Randal Chitty, president; I ,Mae Denton, Mrs. W. H. song home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. I
Caufman, Club Woman of was complimented with a linen ,to attend.
Mrs. James V. Rowe, first Hart. Mrs. A. R. popular' song "Tonight. Junior Quigley at Heilbronn Springs. .
McRae
the Year 1962, Mrs. C. L. -_ --,--- d. I Mrs. Class President Lucian shower last Friday evening -, ,
vice president: Mrs. Tom --- --- A. R. Norman, Mrs. S. L. r. The members gathered at; I
Scholl, Senior State Chairman. given by Mrs. 0. L. HaynesJr.
Mr. and Mrs. George Casey, second vice president; Patricia Ann Cook Weds Lt. Miller Peek Jr., Mrs. F. J. Pellum, Prevatt gave a Star Studded at her home, 114 Martin noon, at which time luncheonwas ,WHAT, WHEN

t Gothberg, owner of radio station -" Mrs.president Bill; Mrs.Epps,George third Rob-vice At Air Force Base Chapel In MaineMr. W.Mrs., W.Kate Winkler.MrSl. Sheppard. and Mrs. salute and to members senior classes of the who junior St.Miniature ,present.served to the 12 members AND WHEREMay

WPXE. Mr. and Mrs. W. colored umbrellas -
erts, fourth vice attendedthe prom. Charles The president Mrs. J. T.
president
; Canova
greeted
I D. _Holderfield, manager of and Mrs. Alton Cook of guests and lovely arrangements
I couple. Mrs. White wore:a Phipps and Linda Oglesby gave 27
Mrs. Fred Snell, Quigley, presided over the
the station Mr. and Mrs. L. secretary, Waco Texas as they arrived and presented of gladioli, snapdragons and I
,
the
announce blue brocade
Mrs. Kenneth Grider, treasurer sheath dress with I them to the a humorous interpretation of i business meeting, and discussed Garden Club, 6:30: p. m.,,
J. Kite:, donor of the leased marriage of their daughter, receiving line gardenias were placed at focal -
matching
accessories and carried "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"'carry Episcopal Parish House.
and Mrs. H. V. Knight, composed of the honoree, her the topic "What the WC
land on which pine trees were Patricia Ann, to Lt Jack Ed- points throughout the
Junior Club a bouquet of blue roses td out the theme of the TU has to offer the Christian Beta Sigma Phi sorority 8
sponsor. mother, Mrs. Colie Nichols of
planted\ for the Senior Classof ward Miller, son of Mr. and I A reception was given at: IPghb party rooms. The refreshment pjn., home of Mrs. Don Pat-
Woman. Mrs. Fred Sacher .
1975, twelve years from Mrs. L. H. Outlaw, who was Mrs. George E. Miller of the Dow AFB Officer's Club.: I., Chattahoochee, and Mrs. E. Junior:Class Secretary Hope table was covered with a white ray
conducted the devotional and i
B. ,
chosen Club Woman of the Searing. ,
now. Starke. The cutwork cloth, centered with
'
wedding The
was bride's table' was centered Holliday narrated "A Night To sev-'i
Mrs. Mabel
Year, was presented with a The auditorium was 'decorated Oehrig sang
arrangement
The white
Past Presidents of the solemnized an and
Friday evening with an arrangement of Remember" in recognition of
Club were honored as follows pin after the installation of April 19 in the Dow Air Force carnations and tulips. Mrs. for Jhe occasion with artistic the senior members of various yellow gladioli and snapdra- eral songs. _
committee
: Mrs. A. N. Holliday, officers. Base Chapel in Bangor,Maine. _Groyer Poole cut the three- arrangements of 'spring organizations, c h e erleaders. gons. The crystal punch' bowl Avisiting, and substantial was appointed -' SEEH'M

I Mrs. Lester Crews. Miss 1J1I '- The stage) for the Installation Thq altar of the chapel was...tief'ed bride's cake at one endof iirC.I and early summer v\ flowers"i I| athletes and the senior su- at one end of the table was donation was made a to the "Hi.
upkeep -
han StumP. Mrs. H. H. Adams, was decorated with magnolia enhanced by two tall basketsof 1; the table, and Mrs. Floyd place at vantage points perlatives. encircled with fern and gar- MNeighbor
.
of the State -
Headquarters i
I Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Mrs. W. blossoms and greeneryon white gladioli and lighted Harding presided at the throughout. The tea table was At the evening's close Barbara denias. Silver trays and conji '
building in Winter Haven.Prior
E. Dowling, Mrs. Vernon Sil- a white trellis. Each of the white tapers. "punch bowL Mrs. Sm New- covered with a white cutwork Kirkland Class Prophet. (i ]potes held dainty! cookies,
to the luncheon
cox,, Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. incoming officers lighted a Mrs. Jean Lamb organist, man kept the bride's book. cloth and centered with a tall gave the Juniors' version of j' :nuts, and mints. Mrs. Rachel Roberts hour Jim Watson

Mil Betty.' Jane Morgan, Mrs. candle to represent the bright- rendered nuptial music as the Lt. and Mrs. Miller are liv- -silver container holding white certain- 'prominent seniors ten The honoree received her gave several .

1... p., W,Win. and Mrs. Jerome ening of the path to a better guests assembled. and accom- ing at 411 Essex street!. Bangor gladioli and- Shasta daisies. years from now. The prophecy gifts In a gayly decorated interesting readings. ; and
:: Officers of the
.Johns. J\ understanding.After panied Dick Watson, 'solois't.The Maine, after;short].wed Balancing,silver, the arrangement : was entitled "Rendevous yellow'Umbrella. The hostess ,hostesses for this occasion.Union: w' re' .;I Ij on.:,May 27

44is. Jim Chaste'eh'' presented the banquet, dancingwas bride, given in mar- i, ding trip -to Augusta Main were' candelabra holding O osip." '- presented her 'with'a. 'yellow '.I j J '. .
Charms to- (iie following enjoyed with new members riage by" Col. William C. Davis, Miss Cook graduated nom t1W.sil tan 'green tapers. Around .Menu for the evening was -bath toarel'.set as a memento Special; Guest

for'receiving, ,,1 00 points in the of the club as guests of wore a street length dress of 'West High" School, Waco, er. punch bowls were I' Sky Line Promenade [pink of the occasion. Graves Reunion. -.1.1I j

Club,_ which placed them on ]honor. I I white nylon jersey with full !j Texas, where-she was a mem: garlands -of 'greenery. Silver lemonade Evening Star Cake, Among the 20 gUestS were I i Ceore() Hug ns

., skirt and cummerbund waist.; ber of the Future Homemakr .tr xs .hclc., cake squares, Iced Ster-Knutts, and -Midnight Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, mother The Graves- Family Reuniori ; ,
Its jacket of cotton America : in, greenjarid yellow;and silver of the.blide-elect,' and Mrs. will be', hell.'Sunday: ;, May: '
Country Club New Members was lace. ers of and the Sing Drops ['browniesJ.Sixteen !' :Bradford County
[I A crystal and rhinestone tiara and Sway Club. compotes' held nuts and h dec members of the F. J. Shaw; mother'of the 26, at Gold Head Branch State! \ Agent
ora ted mints. Park. All friends, and relatives Agripultifral
Dinner Dance Honored At held her short veil of illu- Lt.Miller graduated from L sophomore class were chosenas tJI1degroo.m- lect..
,
Honors Golfers sion. She carried a bouquet of Marion Military. Institute'..In L' The. guest book table held servers for the occasionancl' Assisting in serving were "of the Graves and AberI:I : at '.6:45 A. M.
.
WSCS a low silver bowl nathy invited to
Reception white: containing Misses Marcia Haynes and families are ,
roses with an orchid Alabama, where he'was 'a were appropriately dressed J
redsweet eas. Presiding at Hope 'I attend, and are asked to come on ,
center. .. : Holliday. _
member of the band. He. is white blouses and short '
'The ballroom of the Starke The Woman's Society of the -punch bowls; were. Mrs. .'h, I early for a short, devotional Powerful
Lt. and Kent '
Mrs. White of now a radar intercept'officerat blackskirts and black
I Country Club was the scene Christian Service met at the Joe :Jones, of ,Raiford, tHe pants THE RIGHT POINTfor, the.and visit. '
Bangor Maine, attended the I
Dow AFB. and white shirts. II :
ofa.: beautiful dinnerdanceSaturday First Methodist Church Tuesday bride's sister, and Miss Carol way you write. Come in and :1 Channel. 12

evening from 7:30: morning with the president Ladies Golf Ladies Council- Searing?her sister-in-law. Master of Ceremonies forthec select your favorite ESTER- WFGA-TV '

o'c1 ntUmidnight.: honoring Mrs. H. H. Adams,'pre- _'_;>;: The honoree was presented !. evening was Charles BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-. Zipper Not boob: $%.U-. at!
the golfers who .participated Association Meets With :. : Phipps. GBAPH. Bradford County .Telegraph.' :11 Jacksonville!
,. siding. .. -I a -lovely-, ] gift. in ,herchosen ,. : .
I
-
in Starke's First ''Invi- Annual china p'attern.by' the hostesses -- ---- -
reports were given Met
ThursdayThe Mrs. Newman "
tJonal .Golf Tournament. bOver each ., : as: -inemento of the occas :. '
y officer. Mrs. Eugene -3 easy'steps to a road maps, with a route planned to'avoiddetours'and _
two hundred out of Williams and Mrs. Henry Starke Ladie Golf Association Members of Circle- --ofthe; ,, ion.Invited take in as many points of interest as possible
town L golfers and local members Godwin reported on the an- met Thursday May to call between the .
Ladies Council
First Christian Then. after family gef-toge'ther'to set
a
,,
-
attended and the event .appointed hours eight to nine- ," :
nual conference which
they
16. President Lillian Bishop i carefreevacation
Church
met at the home' checkat
waj.declared a success beyond attended as delegates in Daytona presided at> the noon meeting Mrs. Louise Newman, on; "ifii i thirty} were 185 guests. :" final vacation plans, and:a prer-'vacation'car- "

expectation. according to C. Beach.A i hi the club house lounge. |'Brooker road at 12 noon fora > tt your Standard station. ypu're' ready for'a'

B. Terwillegar president of'the Gertie McRae, secretary of the STANDARD troublefree trip. .
special membership pin luncheon and program and way
club. was presented to Mrs. Walla 'I the Nine Hole Golf A-Round! business meeting. Ten members i- ADK MeetingThe c ., While traveling, too, you'll be right tjn course:

Palm leaves and tropical Lipsey; an honorary baby Association, read the minutesof attended. '. with the if you make your !stops at the:Standard Oil sign,
postcard
flowers transformed the ballroom membership to Mrs. Charles the Invitational played at Mrs. Eunice Wilson. Alpha Gamma Chapterof Happy vacation trips begin you where we take better care of your'carrr.. ,
program Alpha Delta Oil Service for a free
Standard Touring
Kappamet at send to
into .
a picturesque setting Sawyer for her daughter, Ocala. May 9.
: for the event. At the en- Charlene; and a past presi iI Plans were made to assist : devotional.chairman conducted the. the homef of"Mrs. O. E. Cros- p trip-routing.Within a few days you receive marked STANDARD OIL COMPANY' (KENTUCKY, )'

trance a large brass urn was I I dent's pin to Mrs. Adams. the club with the First Invitational ''During the by Monday night. The presi- -- ____
business
I session dent, Miss Midge Middleton,, Tr1h
filled with variegated lilies. Golf Tournamentand
,
New members
were presented presided over by the rr
On either side of the large .i dinner-dance. conducted a short business
corsages and membership | circle leader Mrs. W. L. Andrews session, after which refresh-
picture windows were birdbaths cards: Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr., Norma Jean Adams and An- plans were made to ments were served '

holding: seven branched Mrs. Carl .Minx, Mrs. D. W. na Felos, co-chairman of the visit the aged people in the hostess and by. the
..
co-hostess Mrs.
brass
candlebra decorated Whiffen, Mrs. Richard Ches- social committee r e ported rest home, with reports to-be, C. F. Frazier. __ __
with red carnations, ivy, and ser, Mrs. George Roberts, Jr., plans for the Keystone made by all members on visi

white tapers. Individual tables Mrs. Levi Whittle, Mrs. Jack i Heights and Palatka Invitational tations. Flowers will be .put

were covered with white linen Hines. Mrs. R. J. Shannon Jr., here on May 23. I j in the church for the monthof : WinnDixieReports -Th .JJL7JJM

cloths and centered with miniature Mrs. Glen Garrett. Transfers I Thanks were given Ann| ( June. 6 )

tees and greens and Wingate for contributing the 8.1 Per Cent
from the
Wesleyan Guild who Plans were also made for a
numbered red. flags. were honored were Mrs. C. E. I I curtains for the locker rooms I j kitchen shower for the church: Sales Hike

The Garden catered a buffet I Hernwall and Mrs. M. W. I and hall. Also to Gertie Mc- ]kitchen on June 6 at the a
roast beef, under ultra Cressler.An Rae for making them.
,,I church [business meeting]. An 8.31 per cent sales in-
violet ray carved to order by Bernice Epps, treasurer
The next meeting will beheld
impressive
pledge service crease has been registered by
the chef. After dinner, dancing was conducted by Mrs. minded all members that dues j ] with Mrs. Leona English. Winn-Dixie.stores Inc. which : '- F _k _- : ': .
was enjoyed to the musicof are to be paid before the -
H. Ritch.Following.
C. ---- -
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operates a number of
Paul Hillis and his "Versa- June meeting. super- DRIVE IN and get a postage-paid request card from your YOUli RECEIVE without' delay. a-ptrs&holized routing of
,tones," with'voca1tst Mary La: the meeting there Garden _ClubInstallation markets in this area. Standard Oil Dealer. For a free routing of your vacation your vacation trip ,on easy-to-follow road maps I
Rue. Dancers from the FredA.st.alr was a lovely social hour in 1 Set Sales for the ;.four-week trip, fill it out-telling us when and where you showing the shortest and beet route, or the most scenic
Council '
Studio in Jacksonville I I Fellowship'.Hall honoring the County period ended May 4 were plan to go-and mail to Standard Oil Touring Service. one and points of interest you won't want to miss!

entertained with number of I j I' new members. Refreshments 'PTA To Meet The Starke Garden, ;Club $65,213.606compared: with BEFORE YOU 60 ask your Standard Oil Dealer to service your car, to be sure it's rea y-for. p. carefree vacation tript .

special! routines. were served from a lace cover-I will close its current dab t $60,303,653 for the corresponding -r"--- -- _
ed table centered with The regular meeting of the with dish I' time last year, an increase .
covered '
a
Mrs. Terwillegar was year supper -
gen- I rangement of mixed spring j i :Bradford-Union County PTA! and installation of officers of 5008953.

eral;:chairman of the event : flowers. Serving as hostesses I|
Miss Delia Rosenberg and were the membership committee Starke Elementary Cafetoriumat ,for the 44-week ZJt
27, at 6:30: o'clock at the EP1 period ;
Mrs. G. Lloyd Farber greeted : Mrs. Eugene Williams. | ( 8 p.m. Tuesday. May 28. iscopal Parish House. ended May 4 when the volume :

guests at the door. Mrs. Jack Mrs. L. D. Vining Mrs. J. F. Officers for the coming Following the supper an 4 amounted to $704,955,223 .

Eaves was in charge of reser- Bloodworth and Mrs. George year will be elected and installed I. nual reports will be given Land : I, compared with $654.928.872 k:1r .- "

vations. Mrs. Jerome Johns, Huggins. and a short program the new officers installed. for the similar period last .. ..;- ,
,
'e
Mrs. Carl Minx, and Mrs. P. featuring a recapitulation of j'.I Hostesses for the eveninwill i I year, an increase of $50,026- ., .
"
0. Felos were in charge of Louise Stern the recent school evaluation be Mrs. Smith DeVo .l! 351 or 7-64 per cent. ., ,
I 2' .
decorations. j .p't- /. ,- ., 'c 2
To Present report made on Bradford I: Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr., Mrs. V.jV. For the 52-week period end- .. '. ,.- ', 'I
PupilsThe County Schools will be given. Hazen and Mrs. M, F. ed May 4 sales were $822.274- -Y4i. .- 2

Mrs. Sawyer piano students of Miss PTA members are urged to Hazen. '413 compared with $769,840793 ,- 4.i: .: .. #, -4" .

Louise Stern will present their attend, especially if the pre- an increase of $52,433.620 2 ;.. ;
.
To MembersqWSCS vious meeting.. concerning the .. .-
Host or6.81 cent.WinnDixie .
per .
annual Spring Recital on Spaghetti Supper t tA I I :s .
'' school evaluation report was ,.'
BoardMrs. Thursday May 30. at 8 p.m. now has 608
in the Bradford High School I j missed. Representatives from spaghetti supper will be'h' retail 5to_ throughout, the' :4fr qzd :

H. H. Adams. outgo- Auditorium. Solos and duets : all member schools should be served on Thursday, MayJ30.from' (). i i South compared with 561 a I 4 -
j present, and all other interested 12 to 2 -o' 1c& I e: t
in&'piesident of the Methodist ranging from classical to mod- noon ; :year. ago.Ijoppy ;
members are invited. and 5 :to 7 at St..
WSCS was honored at a ern selections will be heard. pjn. a-i j .

delightful luncheon on Wednesday The public is cordially invited ward's Hall sponsored. bySt : -.4,'. -. -. .
of last week given by j I to attend. I IJ Recent Births Edward's Altar Society. Mrs.J,i Day : ,' -

Mrs. Charles Sawyer at herhome I Taking part will be: Sherry Henry Stefanelli is chairman\\Sale Set -c..
,
Bradford County Hospital hi .charge. The public Js 1n ... : .
Cowart .
,
: Carolyn Crews, Pris- _
announces the following vited. For Veterans ,J- ;: : __ '. -
.Attractive, arrangements of cilla Dodd Lavern Outlaw births ,
db/, lilies and daisies.,were used Jr., Sharon Simpson Betsy : ,
'to advantage in decorating Matthews Patti Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. James William Beta Sigma Phi The annual Poppy Day sale R D

i otnt.sof interest in the Sawyer Jimmy Alvarez. Linda Futch Shiner, Starke, a daughter, for the benefit. of disabled, STA N DA

home for the occasion, and Marilyn Bollinger, Martha I Mary Elizabeth May 15. Beta Sigma Phi sorOrity veterans win be conducted in _

small bouquets of the sameblossoms Bollmger, Judy Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. will meet at 8 pan. Morn1ariMay Starke this Saturday by the _

werq used as centerpieces Martha Siemer, Joyce Denmark Crawford. Starke, a daughter, 27, at the home of Minnie Girl Scouts, and in the State '

on the three dining Gregory Alvarez, Ger- Tina Marie May 18. Lou Patray on EdwardsRoad. 1 Farm and'Rafford area by the

tables in the Florida room. aldine Gay, Sylvia Dodd. Rose Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hol- Hostesses will be Barbara Raiford.Boy Scouts. I

'11le 22 guestsattending Marie Starling, Mary Bollinger lingsworth n, Starke a son. Patray and Lucy White; 1 The public is asked to co- -. .

were members of the WSCS Barbara Stange, and Jane James F. Hollingsworth m. Members, are'reminded not ,to !I operate by contributing to the 'I K. G DUNCAN Agent Starke Fla.
forget the White Elephant ,
executive board. Adams. May 20. ,
-- Sale. j poppy _fund when contacted j .
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I 1'aiia: POVE ,BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ,STARKE FLORIDA. TUURSDAY- MAY 23 1961


_....._ .. Company a Maryland "
i S:1.r: S -I U I I Summer Courses I Police Dept. I a good number of people, be poration Bradford was Puildfog, plaint n f. II \d
24AI upp'In
ta : successful in his field, and
,
Former's ie. was defendant to sa
DiaryBy For Make-up Credit Gains 1st Place
l I have lived in Bradford Coun- isfy a jntigraent again*' sau
defendant. for $ Sl1.i,>
; Begin June 10 i|In Mixed LeagueStarke I ty for one year. I 3. EXt'C.'utioIssut'd by rh.
r The committee is now in 'i 8I all Claims C*'uit! .

: The .Clean-up Band Wagon Is Roll; gf '., Sam McGarvey High school students may I' Police Department : the process of finding nominees -I I a Broward cause therein County.latt Ft"U ;1"'IIlJ,Jd n

: I Back to the weather again. take academic courses start- moved up to first place in for the award. : Ing uhereln Penuin'iui! :
: : In truly amazing fashion organizations attractive town rat 3 high on the list Supply Company was plain
Four
Something tells us that later:, ing June 10 for a make-up the Wednesday Night Mixed new members, George I tiff and Brad fold Bunlr
I I-: and individuals have swung behind .- because it is apparent that its citizensare this season when haying time : credit in a failed subject of an League by taking four points Sorensen, John Buckley, Con- Supply. IUt'.. was de'o-a

I : the Civic Roundtable's lead in interested in better living condi- I Ii is here, we'll be wishing fort) added credit in a new subject from Town Finance Co. Ru- nie Clark and Silas R. Johns I for ant to$113 satisfy.S6 damages lit. Judgme and:'

: i dry sunny days- Trouble is I according to School Super-, dolph Hutcheson rolled a 517 ni, were initiated at the meet- I costs of $8. O
promoting an.all-out Clean-up, Paint-up tions.As community improves its now we've visor L. H. Gibson. Students ing. have levied upon the foil"\\ 'tig
'I our appearance got the dry :weather series for the winners while sltuat n
personal property in *
: Campaign in Starke and surrounding reduces health hazards, cuts;' but no" grass '.to mow. 'I may also elect to take courses Larry Noegel had a 461 series buildings located at :..') IUM.CallStreet
: the S .. *,'. 5. for self-improvement with no' for the losers. Starke, Florida, ** J
area during ten-day period, May down on fire losses, and shows the I I property being described a-
I 22-June 1. This enthusiasm was evidence world a cleaner face, it will become' The spring drought continues Prefabrication i is the orderof I! credit. Classes for failed sub Starke Coca-Cola took three >orici: OF SIIl IUFF'S SALE i,. 'All Of the stock: of god.
: .I' the day, and we"''see where : jects [Plan A] will be scheduled points from Winkler's Electric NOTICE Is Hereby t ii\n thatI. i.waxesand merchard.suBradford :
in colorful Parade
a Clean-up apparent to everyone that we are progressive and day by day anxious' 1'. I>. Reddish, Sheriff of I Building Supp'j! In
a complete dairy "parlor" for': to meet for three hours with Army Armstrong rollinga Bradford .. I and consisting' of building na:
under
COUllt Florida
: Wednesday afternoon, and if this spirit and civicminded.Vith our. farmers look at the dark )
32 cows can be set up ready each Monday, Tuesday Wednesday 500 series for the winners. and by virtue of lertainrite of terials iiu hiding but net UrnS
a is maintained throughout the ten-day location on one of the most heavily; clouds and hope for rain, but ; to !I execution, to-wit: i i ed, to. paint", lumber dt. 'stools
operate on a farm for a- and Thursday eve- Johnny Wells was high series ,
: drive there. is no telling what drastic travelled tourist routes in Florida, of late they have gotten noth-I 1. Exei'ution issued by the < hardware! screens win
any bout for weeksuth do\\, and the
$8,000. i
We suppose in 1 nings eight a for the losers with 429. Circuit Court of Bradford 1 I
: changes for the better might be made improvement in the general appearance' ing but wind and a sprinkling;, the future there will be a } testing session August 8. Classes : Draw-Tite took four points (j County. Florida undt'r date ]I offu... .*|t.ipmi'i! of sa.J* :ftiipi Urai, :'"S

: in the appearance of Starke and vi- of the community is. bound to pay big' of moisture. When told that package unit for hogs chickens 1 I for iew subjects [Plan BJ : from Gardner's Gulf Service of suant Hay to 1,a ma tax WArrant issued pur of and ford fixtures Building Supplv 1,

: dividends. If the image we present jsi!' "someone has forgotten to :, or cows, and that almost : will be scheduled to meet for with Bob Firth rolling a 482 i. The Comptroller of Florida ] As the property of the Ins said.
cinity.With ofi I I Bradford Building Supply.
under the proiioni
the
special emphasis placed, as it attractive enough, many of these tourists -! pay preacher, a farm i overnight it can be put into four hours daily [two two- series for the winners. Mary j Section 222.15, Florida Statutes and that on the 17th day: -t
: has been in recent years, on bringing will be induced to stop here to woman replied. "Shoot I fed i, use. 'hous sessions] on the same ,; Jarvis paced the losers with i against I Bradford ''i June, 11t)3! between the U'Rdihours
I' of sale. namely ekveftiot'kin '
the preacher and his whole I Building Supply, Int' and,,t.
: new industry into the county, it is wellS eat a meal, or "gas up", or even to family ]last week it S S days, as 'Plan A.Students a 523. I the offu-ers thereof for ttieocdleclion the forenoon and 'w"O"1h"IthY'tIH
and didn.t said
to consider that of the surest at of Packaging of food has gone are required to be i B & G Truck Stop and of delinquent Retail -.. afternoon on
one ways spend a day or so one our many do any good." I Sales Taxes in the amount day. upon premise" of said
: to attract ,new businesses to the area motels-to enjoy playing our fine golf S S II to such extremes [four apples 16 years of age or older to Noegel's 301 Restaurant split i of $-:!lj.8S, together ]: Bradford Building Supptv. Int
in a boat all enroll. To receive credit under i with costs of collection i i at <301 East Call Street tarke
paper covered j two points each. Vernon Buff !
: is to present cleaner, more attractive course, or fishing in one of our beauti- I Irrigation systems are in 2. Kxecution issued by the ., Hi'ad ford County, .Florida I
: with plastic film] 'and either plan the student must : was high for B & G with a ,: Circuit Court of Bradford will offer for sale and soil to
community to the prospect. ful lakes. I heavy use now, being moved 11 11I food prices have risen so''I, obtain written approval of ; 496 series, while Eloise Good County, Florida in a cause : the highefct bidder for ,i-ash In

: New industry is attracted to a community It's just good business for everyone I from field to field as growers I much that soon well be able I i the high school principal. On. (' man rolled a 480 series for; therein lately Beatwall pending Gypsum i iwht'rf'in hand, at the the abote property dotiibtd of pnpt'rH' satdBra'dford -

a which has the reputation of of us, and an investment in the! are attempting to keep their to afford only the packages. ly one credit may be earned' Noegel's. I" j I.. Building Suppl In.

: being progressive, clean, and healthfuL future to participate in the current I crops alive. But the pasturesare I The housewife will come home !! under either plan. Credit will Standings W L I Esterbrook Cartridge and ,, tn satisfy jfcxecutions.ach of the afore

When corporations consider expanding campaign and help assure its success.]I "walking burning the up and "cattle are II heavily laden with packages"i be based upon the completion Starke Police. 35',= 20 2 i Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -1,i >aid !'. 1) HKDDISH, Sheriff

ti : into new localities, a specially If we can win the National Cleanest a fences.. and on opening one the irate I of" class assignments and at-' Noegel's) :SOI) . .34,z 21& 53-95 at The TEU.GRAPII.I: I of Florida.sfl Bradford. Cuunt.v

I trained staff is frequently sent out Town Award in our population bracket, Have I i husband will say, "It's emp- taming a minimum score of B&G Truck Stop 32 24 I, : 4t 6-13

: to examine various possible locations. we will' really put Starke on the map. orange-red you blossomed seen the pretty tYand wife will say sweetly! 45 percentile rank on a stand-I' Draw-Tite mo. .-- 28 2 27X3
vine
out "I know, I couldn't affordd the' ardized test in the -
It without that clean It's worth Town Finance26 30
: goes saying a trying. in the country called the -
food, but isn't the package In order to arrange for Gardner's Gulf .24% 311
"wood vine?" We're told that i pretty!I"S teachers, applications for.I Winkler's Elec.. 21 35
I ; Kind I one man years ago called it S S STARK
Words From ChicagoIf the "wedding vine summer classes must be madeon Staike Coca-Cola 21 35 I
becauseit
But then everything is 'or before June 1. Application -

a contest to pick'the friendliest Starke under different circumstancesand ters bloomed were married.when his daugh- "dressed up" today. In a'' blanks may be obtained j'i Civitans Take i BUSINESS DIRECTORY
packaged meat display you from. the high school office.)
town in America is held certain for different
: ever a a reason. S S S
find all Arrangements for registration Part In Clean-up _
can of things four
S Chicago family would probably vote Until then the will But speaking of blooms .1
town always be we neat slices of a SOUP BONE,! fees textbooks deposits, and
: for Starke. in our thoughts as a wonderful place hope you got out to the 3rd all prettied up, dressed for a testing fees'must be made in i Drive This Week- \UTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE

a :Mr and Mrs. Michelle Graff and with the greatest heart in the world. annual Flower Show held at' parade, along with steaks and I''advance, ,Gibson stated. The i J JEarl'l

: their tenyear-old daughter got a sample Michelle Graff the State Farm last weekend.! chops. How the lowly soup- registration fee and the test' president Frank Reeves announced Gardners

: of Starke hospitality last week It was on of the best shows I bone has come up in the ing fee are $2 each while the at the Tuesday morning GarageALL !
'WTTWTVChicago of I' meeting of the Starke I Gulf ServiceEvery
Its
type we've ever seen, :
I when their daughter had to undergo world! textbook deposit is refundable -
and It is I Civitan Club that its projectin KINDS OF
in MedianicalSenlc*
IllinoisA growing popularity S I
: an emergency operation at the Brad- I S S Paint-
the city's Clean-up
because
this: Automatic
year a record General Repairs -
ford County Hospital. .number of persons attended. Come now you old fuddy- Tutoring up, Fix-up campaign is to AUTO REPAIR WORKAll TransmissionsGULF :
: So impressed was Mrs. Graff with news article, quoting excerpts S S duddy, quit your grousing. Arrangements for certified take down all old posters and j I

.. Starke's brand of hospitality that she from the letter, ,and describing the cir- There were 600 entries This is progress. The day of I teachers to work with individual I signs east of U.s 301. Work Guaranteed I PRODUCTS

: sumstances under which it was writtenwas the old butcher shop, with students or small I Phone 869-2964 I TIRES BATTERIES
sat down, after returning home, and varying in size from geranium The club is working on the I
carried in the 18 issue of the sawdust on the floor and the I So. Walnut Starke Cor. Temple& Rt. 16 Starke
May be made by callIng -
: wrote the following letter to The "trees about three feet high I 1 groups may project with the Jaycees, 1
chopping block, and the red- PHONE 964-6781
.
U Florida Times-Union: TimesUnion.The to tiny plants growing in an! nosed butcher who treated.you' Mr. Gibson at 964-3071. i Reeves said. 1I I

aI Dear Editor emergency occurred in the mid eyedropper One exhibit alone, J with a slice of liverwurst isS] The usual charges for tutor- The club also voted Tues I:FLORIST,

: dIe of the night, and ,the ,motel owners, an exotic jungle home scene I gone forever. Maybe so! And ing are based upon the teach- day to donate $50 to send AUTO SERVICE

a By the time this letter,reaches you, Mr.\ and Mrs. Ralph Borchardt, helped loads required of six pickup truck I we know. there were. flies in' er's rank Rank 3 [bachelor's John Williams Bradford High Colonial Florist

a my husband, my little girl, and I will take the child to the hospital. I plenty to plants s.ee, and! There then was the I' the shop, and that the i I degree] is $4 per hour; Rank I School's incoming to the national student Gilbert S. Brown HAS NEW OWNERS
body president,
butcher smelled much I
a be on our way to our home near Although the 'Graffs did not have visitor was given donuts and I beery j 2 [Master's degree] is $4.50 convention of the National Jot Bagwell), Mgr.
: Chicago. enough on':hand for the I I Icoffee' i of the time but.one thing we I Standard Oil Service Station FRESH FLOWERS
money opera-- and a small plant to per hour. Association of Student Coun-
won't I
retract
that liverwurst
: We passed through, or were passing tion, hospital staff members and the take home -&s a souvenir. 'I sure tasted good: State school board regulations cils in Ann Arbor Michiganas I ATLAS 1 MEMBER. F. T. D.

: through Starke, Florida and had the surgeons assured them they had nothing S a Florida delegate. Total TIRES & BATTERIES :i Flowers Wired World Wide

S misfortune to have to rush our nine- 'to worry about. The operation wasa But the thing that impresses do not permit a student ]I cost of sending a delegate is 3udget< ';ermsRoad Service I I Starke Phone 964-6291
MAYOR'S
COURT
p year-old daughter to the Bradford success, and the little girl was discharged us most is that the 30 to graduate from high school !I
members of Horticultural I through special courses earlier $177.A Phone 964-7071 ,i LANDSCAPING
Di- 1
for 14.
L : County Hospital an emergency op.p May Mayor Randal Chitty had report from the club'sAwards i
rector '
eration. AVe were stranded R. E. Edmondson adminis- Mark B. Jordan's class j than'he or she would normally Committee of John I II
temporarily hospital
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'a t : heavy 'session in St rkei 407 N. Teazle. StarkeHurst's WE SPECIALIZE IN
: without funds, and scared to death trator, expressed surprise when informed are which r e c e iving instruction i Mayor's Court:Tuesday night gradaate. I Simpson, Sherrod Hamilton LANDSCAPINGAND
can help them find
: of what was happening. of the letter. "It was routine case," job. 'A Miami ,a j when he faced 18 'cases. I 1 1I andOscar.Davis was given at NURSERY
nurseryman who PENTECOSTAL i ii
p I would like to take this opportunity he commented. "We frequently give i i I the meeting. It is the tradi-
; Three
hired one of the State Farm t person, wer tried i i 324 W. Brownlee St. I II tion of Civitan Clubs each I Private and Commercial
a .if .I may, of saying that the small emergency care to tourists because we I horticultural class :said recently -, for disorderly conduct by use I to present an award to I Service Station Property ,

: town of'Starkelhas just about the largest are located on U. S. Highway 301. We I that he had never before of profane and indecent language I Sunday School 10 a. m. year an outstanding civic leader Also expert tree removal and

1 heart in t ie world, and the finest try to treat them as nice as we treat hired a man so well I and public intoxicationand I Morning Worship 11 a. 'm.I .I I in the community. The committee I -SINCLAIR- .

staff of nurses and doctors in their our homefolks." He added, however, trained in. the business. two each were charged I Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p. m. decid d that the recipient Tri CountyDevelopment

: ,Bradford Hospital that I have ever that the letter was especially appre- S S with vagrancy, and disorderly ,I II Prayer Meeting, Wednesday p should ,not be connected Gas Oils Lubrication Co.

a known-and our Chicago hospitals are ciated since it arrived during National The Flower Show is a wonderful -' conduct by fighting. 7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick I with the Civitan Club, should.I Goodyear .Tires&' Batteries,

: pretty mighty) Hospital Week. thing for it gives the Other cases were disorderly I at all services.-David T. Mc-. be of great value to the community I| ROAD SERVICE I Trimming

From the doctor who operated (Dr. This is just a sample of the favorable public an ideaof some of the conduct by, disturbing the I Ghee, pastor. have taken part in a I I Your Satisfaction Guaranteed.Lake .
I f ,work done.at the state Farm. I major project which affected 706 S. Walnut Starko 964-6111 Butler IIY 6-4267
U Barry), to the motel owner who helped image that can be created by a| A lot of other good work isI peace petty theft, discharging

: us, to every nurse and every store community through small acts of cour-I done there under the direction firearms in the city reckless 1- 1

clerk who went out of their way to ''be tesy and kindness. Starke has always I of Supt. DeWitt Sinclair, driving by unlawful speed, .4 i'

: our friend-we have never known such, been noted for its friendliness and.there I and his associates, and we reckless. driving 'by improper I --- ----- ___ -
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: courtesy and helpfulness. is one Chicago family that is willingto wonder if the idea could be j

)I Someday, perhaps,. we can return to vouch for 'its hospitality also. .extended to ,include other activities :, lane change threatening bodily -' ,6 ,
? 1. harm, destroying private I ) :

property, and contempt of f

IIUnpledged, : EledorsNo! Services Held I court. I ; 4 I ..: I

: Dangerous tampering with the tion at the national party conventions, For Mrs. Taylor, 77 k. .,
I
: state's election laws has made its appearance and increase the power of the South's Of JacksonvilleFuneral I' i'i' '. .

a in the Florida legislature in voice in national elections. Florida's i frfr ': -
j' : '
: the form of a bill that would, if it be- electoral votes, in effect, would be up services for Mrs. '
: Carrie Taylor 77, of Jackson- 4, : i'T : -
law
Floridians of the for
comes deprive grabs to the highest bidder. '. ,.
vile were held at 2 p.m. Saturday .". -
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: right to vote directly for presidential Although these may be desirable I in the Long Branch '; rc, -.

: candidates during national general elec- objectives, we think that trusting our Baptist Church with Rev. E. $ t ff

I tions. It would invest this power in a presidential" choice to a slate of un- C. Harvey officiating. Burial -,- 4 ,1 /
t'
: slate of "uninstructed" state electors. pledged electors would be too high a 'was in the church cemeterywith r 0'

( : Instead of voting for the presidential price to pay for bargaining power. Such] Key-McCabe Funeral ..$. ( ::

candidate of their choice Home in charge of arrange- : .. .
a Florida strategy could easily be abused, for! ments. t'.s 4 '
: voters would be allowed instead to the bill : .. 1'
as proposed, would give great! Mrs. Taylor was a native of : \ ,_ a- -:": ::- .
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a vote in the party primaries for one of powers to members of the committee Clay County and had lived in :,,,' :' ',4 ---4_ ____ -- r

\ : two 14-man slates of presidential elec- that would select candidates to be ,I I Jacksonville for 12 years. She .. ., p

: tors. One of these groups would be cornS placed on the unpledged elector list.;: died at the home of a daughter '

I mitted to ,cast its votes to its party's Electors on the "pledged slate" would) In Titusville. '[ ..'J',. c -:_., Wi. 1 .

: nominee for president. The other slate be selected by,the executive committees(!I( Surviving are her daughter. I \ t. .- ,, -, +,,. ,r

a :would be pledged to no particular party. of the Democrat and Republican parties]I Mrs.. Carrie Prevail of ntus- "':.1--. ". ';, ---4-- -.' -'--- --. ;-, .

: Under such a scheme, when the in Florida. But by loading the un-i ville; two sons, Carl E. ,and ".t": : k .
a general election rolled I Arthur W. Taylor Jacksonville :
around, the pledged slates with politically familiar! .. S
: names of the national candidates for names, and leaving the pledged slate'!]! ; three sisters. Mrs. Ellen \ '''1'>{;' 1 __.._-...._ _. ._ __"-__ -. __ _-_-, :rJ''c- -- __--____ ._----------.-,_. ::1
Groves Baldwin; Mrs. Gen- p Chevy!! Nova 400 6-Pa : the presidency would not even appear up to a sometimes passive State Democratic -!I nie Bennett, Lawtey: and
a on the general election ballot in Florida! Committee, it is possible that I| "
Mrs. Lucy Nettles Jacksonville A Chevy X wagon looks this big when you load it upfancl
: We agree with the Jacksonville the unpledged slate might easily come ; 15 grandchildren, and ,

: Journal in proclaiming that this so- out on top in the voting. 28 great grandchildren. : -, I .

: called "unpledged elector" bill is devi- We cannot see that any slight gainin I I II I .: .:: ?!.'.. I !-. .. -

: ous, and even appalling for the power "bargaining power" would be worth Services Held 'i 1 '. '. _. i. ;(. ..' '. "..",' '.J' '_.r.. \' '.,
a it would take from the and .- ( .
away people the confusion resulting from an un '.. . i (
a invest in 14 men appointed by a few; pledged list of electors floating aroundin For Mr. ..' <.') -. \r.'t : ;j .
Mosley : ... i ': :''' .
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: politicians. the political atmosphere of Florida.We '.- 'r '
t
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p Advocates of the bill argue that hope the proposed bill will be quickly ,. : -T. .. ( -this-'- big-.. -when-- you gas up -- ,.
Like --- -
: the unpledged slate of electors would assigned by the Legislature to the Funeral services for Dennis Snakes ,- 4 lr.
put Florida in a better bargaining posi- political limbo where it Weather \I c" "
: belongs. I Mosley 76, of Maxville, were Dry .I \ *

-_ _ _ _ _ held at 3 pjn. Sunday in the That i in the ,eyes of most Chevy II wagon .____-' \. --'An.d; for all the pepper we packea-iato-that 1 1

a Highland Baptist Church with "Due to dry weather, owners, is just about the'size of it. \ .....' rylinder engine (there's also a choice iQf aa j

.aa Rev. G. W. Chism officiating. snakes are crawling" ,says ..A Iqng-size appetite for cargo. But a dainty even thriftier 4. in {Dost models), .we were '

Burial was in the Highland Mrs. Alice Smith of one:for gas..And this,,we hardly need add, is -C__ EVROLET careful to keep it simple, easy to wvice J

Cemetery under direction of SMITH'S BAIT ShOP at just the kind of wagon we planned to be. U! and a real stickler on economy. S

: THE BRADFORD- COUNTY- TELEGRAPH Key-McCabe Funeral Home of 331 X. Thompson St. Taut and trim as it is on the outside, we _J Feel in a traveling moobt Well-happy''

I I' Jacksonville.Mr. went to great lengths to keep it BIG where a ,. -_ coincidence-this is. the time of-year your

g ESTABLISHED 1879 Mosley died last Fridayin ThIs Cottonmouth Moccasin wagon should be BIG. The load platform Chevrolet dealer feels in .his .m st .generous
'
I E. L. MATTHEWS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHERFLORIDA'S a Macclenny hospital aftera almost six fret. in extends a-full nito'feet from the back of the trading mood. Looks like' it's',hrgli time you

0 long illness. ,He was a native length, was killed by Mrs. front seat to the tip of the lowered tailgate. AT YOUR CHEVROLET DOORS two got together.CHECKHIS'NT J
: c1; OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON of Clay County and had Smith.and some small boys .

a Oi TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD lived there all his life. He wasa who were. helping her dig [ DEALS' ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY U CORVAIR AND CORVETTE _

I S member of the Highland earthworms near Sampson .- .-.,-- ---- J :" :;1

a PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND: CLASS MATTER: AT THE Baptist Church. and was a Lake last week.SMITH'S ...
,.
retired farmer.
POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH s. ISTS i BAIT SHOP -
Surviving are a son, Richard :
Mosley of Highland; a, has a good supply of shiners GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. ; :

.: IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS $2.00 sister, Mrs. Louella Carter; a minnows, and wormsof ,

.5 OUTSIDE TRADE AREA. ONE YEAR 1 4.00 .. SIX :MONTHS $2.25 brother. Yollie Mosley both of. all kinds at aU times. '

I I II I I I Maxvule\: and'. two. grandchildren -(. Your busb1m'apprttiat d. U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE. FLA.rAOE "
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Another StretchOf Land Sales Total $11,200. N gr e?,$ Guilty l!r ',! . -..,

SuwanneeTo In Theft Of .. "_'4._ ?' \-.' i
>0
Be ; L :' brd '
OpenedAnother
Diamond Rings r
FroinFekary9March22Bradford t ,

51.7 mile stretch of t v
Mary Davis, Jacksonville
the scenic. Suwannee River will u
Negress, was found guilty of
soon be opened to pleasure 1 County' land transactions I parcel of, land,. $ .500. grand larceny in circuit court t ti u
R boaters.. \ totaled $215,700 during Ceilon H. Rentz to Warren i here this week in connection

The Suwannee River Authority I the period from February r Arthur Birt Jr.,,.Jacksonville; I with the theft of $3,000 worth
has hired the 9 to March 22, according to residence in
engineering I Indian' Beach. of diamond rings from Boil ; ...
firm of Rader and Associates records in the county court Subdivision 8000. I lington's Gift Shop in 1959, -- ------ -

of Miami to house. Roscoe K. to :
make Scarboro Har- j She was given an indeterminate -
d aerial photograpns and charts Prices of sales are figured ley Lloyd Hagen, Lawtey, one i sentence of from six ,
the channel of that 51.7 mile from deeds filed in the office and a half acre of land $2-
months to five
I stretch of the Suwannee northof I of the county clerk and only 300. years.
The woman was arrested in Drive
Proclaimed
Branford at U.s. Highway sales listed of $1,000 or more are R. L. Reddish to John, A. Jacksonville several monthsago --May 22aJune 1t.

27 to the Suwannee River here. Torode. Starke 30 acres of where she was living .
State Park at EUaville on U. Angus Hall to T. J. Alderman land, $5,500.Felix under an assumed name. She '
S. ,Highway 90. ,- parcel of land. $2,000. I
I S. Sapp. Starke, to has been held in Bradford
Guy Andrews, Starke, to ,
Rader and Associates will ,
i Paul Tomlinson. Starke,. 144 County jail since that time. .
chart the river during the low Mary Ramos Jacksonville -
acre farm $27,500-
water period in June recommending sale of the Gold House Rest- 'I J.. E. Wall Jr. to George_ I.
locations for channel aurant on North Temple Ave- BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
I Troy Norman parcel of land,
talkers and the type requir nue in ,Starke. 28000. CHURCH
,
6900.
rlmtraitmt
I' I ,
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L. O. Hazen, Starke to L. 1
ed.After John D. Patterson to Em- Sunday School! 10
I e.m.
that the Suwannee j E. Andrews, Starke. 30 acres .. : Y if r
River Authority will havethese ; of land and residence, $10,000. !i j I ory V. Bertheaud Jacksonville, I Morning Worship 11 vo ,
: parcel of land. 1700. -
: markers$ placed in po- William Mack Norman.,also 1 j Training Union 6:30 p. m '
'
Robert E. Lee to WilmerC. J WHEREAS, the,general .health and welfare of citizens
our de-
Evening 7:30
sWon And pleasure boaters known as W. M. Norman toEd i Worship, : p. m .
;.will'be able to follow the Ray Todd. Starke. 35 a- Johnson Sr., Lawtey, par- Prayer Meeting. Wednesday pend upon wholesome surroundings arising from good, clean

channel. I cres of land. 4000. cel of land, $15,000. .' 7:30 p. _m. "_ living conditions, and
Fred Leonhard, Starke, to ,
At present boaters can only Frederick L. Watterson I
travel that part of the river 1 Starke. to 1 Margaret_ Jackson Leonard, NEW RIVER BAPTIST
Dempsey R. Sapp,
South from Branford to the Gainesville 102 acres of land, parcel of land, 6800. CHURCH' WHEREAS, the lives and property of our people are endangeredby

Gulf of Mexico a run of 69.8''!; 9500. Heirs of F. M. Norman to fire and accidents caused by littered and"clutte d conditions
J. M. Dyer, Ft. Sunday School 10 a. m.:
Myers, -
parcel
miles. During normal water in homes '
boaters are advised not to use j'i Norma Gertrude Brown and I|1 of land 13000. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. ( business places, streets, and alleys, and ,._ ..
Geraldine Marie Blount to Institute Training :
Union 6:30
Evening
:
p.m.
the river north of Branford : Gerald Manuel Williams to .
I for Essential Housing, Worship, 7:30 Mid- WHEREAS a clean and beautiful '
because only the most exper- >. Raymond W. Williams parcelof : p.m. I ; community i is a source of

ienced boatmen can locate the 1 I residence, $$,000. land, $5,300. week Prayer Service. Wednesday '. pride and inspiration to its citizens, as well as an attraction S
I, G. L. Lester to Charles R. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. ; s .l
; unmarked channel through Pitt Newsome Starke to for
Cleveland, 1-3 interest in a new industry and new homeowners, ,
.
the shoal areas. Paul Newsome, Starke, parcelof r. r
parcel
of land, $2,000.
John C. Camp of Jasper. land, 4000. ,. a

Authority chairman, said the- Fouraker Lumber Company, Billy Demps to Mid-State IS('O TILE U R T COUNTY OF BRADFORD JUDGE' NOW THEREFORE, I, Randal] Chitty, Mayor of the City of \

considered Branford- vi1Je section -is Jacksonville, Starke, residence to Oscar,in W.Park-Davis -I Homes, Inc.,- parcel- of land. BATE.COUNTY, FLORIDA. IX PRO- 'I Starke, do hereby designate the period May 22 through June 1 .,. ',
by the most
beautiful many wood Subdivision $16,000.E. $2.000 In Re: Estate of I as Clean-Up, Paint-up, FixupVeek and most respectfully! call '
part of the scenic
Suwannee. He said the Auth- M. Hayes to Madge Homes David, Inc.Bright, parcel to Mi of' -s land$ate, Mary Mary Leone Well). (TtfcftmtA.XOTICR formerly. :! upon all departments of this city, its commercial f organizations, Di'NliT I

ority fortunate to secure Brownlee Chasteen, Starke, $$,800. FOR OK DISCHARGE FILING PETITION OF civic clubs, schools, churches, boys and girls clubs, and all other ..

the Rader- firm one of thewprld'a parcel, of land, $2,000. Maxie A. Perdue, St.. Glair ADMIMSTRATOR I associations, and our people in general to take an active part U, I fx

leading engineering George R- _Wood, to Keystone 111., to Richard W. Dorff New To AU Whom It May eoncerat in this -
constructive of
finis, for this important Club Estates Corpora, Baden. Ill., 1-2 interest to lot Notice is hereby given that I program community improvement to in- 1
work.. tion. Jacksonville, 20 acres of have filed my final returns as : ur.its unqualified success.This '---
in
\, Crystal Lake Homesites administrator of the estate of : '"
The Authority formed in land, $7Q00.Swinton $1,000, Mary Leone, (formerly :Mary ., the 21st day of May, 1963. .=.'.. :J #0
157 by state Legislature to I Crosby and CawleyC. Melt), deceased; that I have I
Richard W. Dorff to Louis filed my petitisn( for final discharge ,
develop the Suwannee River, Crosby, her husband to F. and that I will
E. Jones, Belleville, TIL. 1-2 Interest apply ; RANDAL CHITTY "
hopes to begin soon on another L. Watterson Starke 12.344 to the Honorable Theron A. : Mayor :. .
project of dredging a acres of land, $1,900.) to parcel of land, 1000. Yawn County Judge of Brad-I City of Starke e
ford County Florida on June I In.
straight channel to deep water Zary Crawford to R. U. 1963 at 10:00: A.1for approval 2i
at the mouth of the river, Underhill, Starke 80 acres of CHURCH OF GOD of the same and for final'
known as West Pass land, 5500. 422 N. St. Clair St. discharge as such .administrator I

Also in the Authority's future This April 27th. 1963. i!
E. R. Hammond, Starke, to
plans is a dam at Ella- J. Sunday School. 10 a.m. AUGUST CASSIOTO. ;
C. Batten Starke, parcelof '
ville which'would. deepen the Morning Worship.. 11 A. m Administrator of estate of
land. 4000. Mary Leone, (formerly
rtyer from that point to S. J. Osteen, Starke, to Evening Service, 7:30: p.m. Y- Mary Melt). Deceased. '
I White Springs on U.s. High- Ruby A. Waldron. PE each Wednesday, 7:30 p. HOLLIS V. KNIGHTP. I
Starke -,
? way 41 so pleasure boats parcel m. 'Prayer O. Drawer F
Meeting, Friday
of land, $6,500. 20 cIVIC
GROUPS
would then be able to use I Lloyd F. Van Nelson to 7:30 pjn. L. S. Williams, Starke Attorney Florida for Administrator
that additional 40.5 mile
mile stretch. Clyde E. S ubbs, Jacksonville, pastor. 4-: 4t 5-23 m






. ; (!.oej!, &.EQUIPMENT SALE Are joining in a unified/ effort_ to make Starke the cleanest town in the U. S. A.


I for its size. This is a National Contest and we can win Nationwide recognition

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t'I. ........ .....T.Typewriter for Starke f '
if will all in and
2rR I we pitch do our part -- whether as individuals or or-

"ECONOMY" Side ChaL- ganizations.LET

1 \:", Used in church auditoriur., .
"":' cafeterias and libraries.
; lt'. Heavy gauge steel, made to
ti ". I last a lifetime Foam rubber I

1 ".1: seat and bock. Seat !:zc16U" US KNOW YOU ARE
< wide, 15'/V deep. SUPPORTINGTo
"0., \ .: > No.26LO $25.7 '' THIS EFFORT. PLEASE The Civic Roundtable:
Carton of 2.___.$23.35 ea.

f //ic 'oA7 A :. \s ". .::4.--i j UPHOLSTERY COLORS... TURN THIS PLEDGE TO THE CIVIC' Yes, I will do my part toward making Starke

mluIlqlJtJ the cleanest most attractive town of its size
J Available in Green, Brown, ROUNDTABLE, ,
tj
I! I'f;: i'i.1. \.! Ten, flame, and! Gray finish. I in the U. S. A. I pledge myself to carry out at
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U j P. 0. Box 58 J least one Clean-up, Paint-up, or Fix-up Project
1'h."SECRETARIAL" 'J 1 j U -f. "" i during the drive-May 22 to June 1.
pidiital vith, elevator platform on 1 letter, 1 box drawer 1 .;\; J G $
oillluij]' left. Specify preference. Cttr.ter: 431 $196.90 t1 IU Starke Fla.
( right ( or Linoleum covered No. --,- f'' F Signed___J:________________.:._
drawer: wit hIEckand. key. topt
60S": 30%", Mist Green, Desert Sand, Sahara Three box drawers Ji1! :

Brown or Groy. No. .432__ 196.90 "ECONOMY" Arm Chair r if'

.UkNPIOOr-' TAINPaoo'. TO .,.Aho I _o>oiabl; with Cortex Top that alcohol DesignedforcomfortGiveiyour h :' :
Cfltioot\ itola nor can cigarettes! burn... _..-. .....- Add"Ct" to number $15.00 add 1STEIL that look ,; I
pffice new We the
and.stands op' after years t I". "'" : undersigned are wholeheartedly'supporting this Drive and Pledge ourselves -

of wear. Ruggedly constructed. i -''' '..' .V' .
: SUDiNG! DOORCABINET Heavy gauge' '''' ':.u \ 'to do something to improve our home or business May 22-June 1 1Noe'gel

fto swinging doors to.'block aisles. Large and i steel. Foam ,rubber seat .:. p \
'rv-roy. Heavy gauge iteel. five odjuitabls com1 | ? and back.Sect 16V wide, :1 t.
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'artmenfc., 76" high 36" wide, 1 9V deep.$99,75l cNQ.7436 .. 15'4' deep.:Won't Naugahyde"uphofctery. Cliff or :r I.f 1 : Auto Sales W. H. GrahamJ. F. B. Beard Ruby JohnsS.

Sontt obvo but with and key. crock ?.No. 2661 $39.95, I Andrews Drugs H. Gill Mrs. Del Ritch I.. Peek Jr.
91 No.76361 fclOJ.OO ';J.I Edward BrownFre'd J. D. Odom Jr. N. J. Kitchens C. E. II ern wall
.a y'I GraudonJ. Geo. T. Huggins Miss Denise M. Smart Ruth Johns

y T C. Gardner Johnny E. Cox Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Nelson Helen Glasgow ,.

DECORATOR a The"MERCHAi-tT'S" file I Ralph Borchard RobVilliams Mrs. Mildred Cuttino Freda JuddMadeline

COLORS... ContaVs two full'svspe" 1 1t. Constantinos KopelousosJoe Dr.' D. W. Whiffen Kenneth L. Wilkinson GillemvaHers

Mitt!. Green, .; sion !-'i('r files; a double i B. MarshallDowling Kenneth C. Grider W. F. Glenn Jr. J. E. Tomlinson
Olive G..ert. ;i drawei for 3x5,, or' 4xi : Produce Mkt. S. G. Denmark Stanley Crawford Billy G. Epps

a Desert Sand k. J cards T3200Opacity),Twc 'i. Waters Cities Service Don Patray Mrs. Merrill Struth Charlotte Frees
w l + or Cole Gray.BOOKCASI adjustable storage lock and
.e' .f, key partmenrs, a steel under safety vault Starke 66 Service Sta. 1401a'Garbet t Mrs.\ Edmond D. Tent) Sr. Tom C. Stalling Jr.

>+ i SECTIONS s '" -= ',,:'.< doubly protected by Dial I Larry Gibson Grace Page Buddy Bishop Sid Shuford
'* r t lock plus an,nuke doer }, Randal Chitty Sgt. Tillman McIntosh Clyde Terwillegar Griffis Gulf Station
:, planed for many uses. Keeps Suppl'; catalog' vnder lock and key. 30i"! C. H. Nasworthy Lt. Billy OverstreetSgt. iBullington's Warren W. Winkler
arid printed matter ifeof end orderly 30V! W, '
+ : wide, 32" high"17" deep. I Buford Mitchell Harry Pride Julian McRae\ Leonard L. Yarnes
; 374" h, 17" d. Four qdjustab! compartments '' $63.50
.w '4 {Shelf suet SOU"' 16"J. _No,3495 $39.50 No. 1370 I Harry Green Ptl. Don Hall Homer Guertin Doyle Conner Agency

.4 At above.but 28" h,2 compartmtnti, ....No.208' $34.10 With plunger lock that locks oil iaw.rtNo. 137CPL $71.09: Charles C. Johns Ptl Rudolph Hutcheson Merrill Edwards Clarence Rhoden Serv. Sta.
I I Gilbert Goldwire Starke Hardware Co. Chief Bill Rosser Mary Carter Paint Store

I Ir R. S. Mullins City Barber Shop Chief Kenneth Fu Bill's Drive-In
ii j i Jim Ritch Gib Brown Service Sta. quay Dave's Sunoco Service

CoJe! STEEL SHELVING UNITS I John A. Torode Williams Jewelry P1L Clarence Hutcheson Crawford's Tenneco Sta.
Geo. W. Roberts Jr. Starke Builders Supply Frank LaffanCommunity L. W. Baldwin
,Shelve Ore odtitabe; on 2" centers can GQY. AlidrewsRandy Mrs. E. A. Hall Newbern Studio
State Bank:
be, raised, or lowered, or more shelves 'I .
added. Easily! assembled! Olive! Green.or Johns Southern Discount Co. Tfavis AlvarezO Levi WhittleMr.
:Groy. The "Jtourwayreinforcement" gi fives ; 'i A. J. Thomas Jr. Mrs. Merritt Williams en Derkman & Mrs. J. D. DoyleMr.
I them greater str ngt .'ihe 'open shewing I Theron A..YaWn; Jr. Merritt H. Williams Bud Cole & Mrs. T. p. Harding

I units ,include four Steel gussi{ patej! for 'I E. L. Matthews Mitchell's Drug Store Wxlliam C. Rhoden Mr. & Mrs. M. F. Hazen,

I extra rigidity.SHIIVINO ; Jerome ,JohnsA. Mrs. Guy Sale Clarence R. StoggingJoneph Mr. & Mrs. P. T. NoUn

l ._iL_ UNitS-CLOUD I It J. Thomas Sr. Leila's Dress Shop N. Warren Mr. & Mrs. C. P. Cowen
____ ____ ___ (AJ shows. at *gK) Comport- ONE' THREE .SIX I Charley E. Johns Smitty's Barber Shop Geirse F. WolfredWMlie Mr. & Mrs. John Manning
trwfltiiaEocbUnii: UNIT UNITS UNITS Add:oenel 'I I P. D. Reddish Eagle's, Inc. S. Mr. & Mrs. Garl MatthewsMr.
J r-- ..if -k Grigga
l Na Width ) eiPub Lepds Price per She! "
J Lex Green The Shoe Rack & Mrs. Edwin WilliamsMr.
P. Hutto
I 8712 _.3&" 87 12" Sc: fW.9i $46.70 J46JS53.W $195 ea. t -- Oliver
8718 _.Si' 87" 18" E+yo 5340 53.00 .uS ea. Ben Suslow : i Canova PharmacyGem Vir\ail M. Jordan & Mrs. Bill CostelloMr.
.. 8724 -.36" ;7" 24*, five 69OO 68.61 61 JS 5 95 to. Rl: L.. RowellR. Jewelry Donald J. Martin & Mrs. J. D. SeymourMr.
l i 9X8 _:!O! 47" S?," fowr 33.00 32 JS 32 JO 3.75 fa. i H. Green Jr. ':; Stump's Dept. StoreHouston's David H. Montgomery : & Mrs. I. T. Jones
207 ,.-.3026"! 17"4QH26V T'w 30.80 39.S3 30.25 4.95(0.7A5ta.. : --
Carl Trevatl Service Sta. Rollin E. IUundorffIlartild Mr. & Mrs. G. J. McGriffMr.
,iHustrated abovtTHREE 4325 30" ihres HAS 53.90 53.35 .
i I Jessie R. ChastainJ. }Irs' H. V. Knight! W.' EppsEd & Mrs. E. T. Prevatt
No.7J12 grits SHELVING UNlTS-OrtM (At Wn el left) R. Kelly : '_' LibbySales & Service holeCharles! Mrs. Vernon SmuckerMr.

$8025 7312 _.36" 73" 12* fire $17.00 $26.7S $36.2 $3.95 as. R. D. Reddish Gay's H Appliances Schaefer & Mrs. Harry Mooty
7518 _36" 75"' 18' rIVe 30.95 3 .70 30.20 4.93 M.595t .
1 Charles A. Darby .- Glamoree Hair Mr. & Mrs. A. R. Norman
7324 .__3A73" 24" five 37.$$ 3743 36.7$ : Stylist Mrs. Lily Bridges
.' Gene Long Worth's of Florida Peyttm Florist Rev. & Mrs. Bob BadgettMr.

Carl I Norton Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 3Irs. j Vernon Silcox & Mrs. Paul RaymondMiss

Bradford County Telegraph Mrs. C. B. Terwillegar Jr. 0. W. WhiteNorman :Mrs Jim ChasteenDr. Mr. &Porothy Mrs. V.Ross V. HazenE.

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FACE SIX B1ADJU COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABKE, FL9RID\. ____ ___ THURSDAY. MAY 23 19g3
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!./ I SPORTS i I :!' and WOODS 1I 1 I Game \With Bowling Starke LeagueThe Men's Commercial -. i if ,",,' i" _" BHS[Red CafeteriaWilliam ] Mitchum of

-La wound its first
League up -
"I Ocala well-known humoristand
I / Seniors season of bowling with a lea-' Y-, former University of
Friday >
"Sweeper" Tuesday night
& gue
wr May 14.The Il.r""!' J ;}. Florida football tackle will be
,- the guest speaker at the annual
With Low Of 72 five-man team of "''f'
All-Sports Banquet in
Bradford High Athletic Di- Starke Motor Parts won the :: the high school cafeteria Sat-

I \ I rector David Hurse announced league championship trophy night at 6:30-:
!\\ 11 urday
I team
Rountree Wins Tou..oncy'Although Tuesday that the graduating and each member of the ------ ------- The banquet is sponsored
seniors will was presented with an individual
play a regular I trophy. 1 The Starke Motor Parts team, pictured above with trophies, annually by the Bradford
scrimmage game with his Tor-
The ABC award for the have been named champions of the Men's Commercial Bowling I Quarterback Club, honoring
Jack Rountree nadoes this Friday night, May i basketball,
of the
E 17 I 24, at 7:30.Admission. most improved bowler went to League. They are (l-r): Ronnie"AValdrop. Harry Lmell, Bill members
suffered two putting lapses I baseball, track, and'golf
the long-hitting Lake City I By HOMER WOOD will be $1 for i Johnny Wells who had practically -:, Lo\ell, Frank Jarvis, sponsor, and Bill Nelson i teams their coaches, and

I adults and 50 cents for stud no competition in this I I
amateur star walked off with I category. I" for the league high series, : with a cash value of $1.06. cheerleaders. I

the first Starke invitational ''I The big three-day golf event ents.On : Trophies also went to Har- 645. I which were diviied. : among the '
the
senior's roster will
golf
tournament Sunday, card- I that Staike has been looking I be Ken Terrell 190 Thomas' old Davis for high league For the season there were teams according to the final Moonlight Bowlers

ing a concluding even-par ,72 forward to for the past few I ; aQmP, Q 9fR_ ', _nnrl___ t.n__ _.T._ Hall I a total of 576 win points each : standings. I
,for a 36-hole total of 139. 4l Buby, 305; Billy Dowling, 180; auw. y vv ----- I II Win Prizes
weeks turned out great. We
sb* shots to the I Richard Miller 210; Jimmy I
good. l iiA: t- had 17 foursomes to Book Sale
compete, j
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
:Wally Mizell of Jacksonville, W S, Smith 190; Rowan Thomas, | day.Books Gregory Gay of 1227 E. Call
r- r
which Is a large Pro-Am tournament : 200 Gary Kouba. 173 Ladell, will be on sale at prices I rolled a
stormed in with a concluding I club. ; ; Set Here By Sunday School 10 a. m.; St., an 8-year-old,
at I
71 for second place his one- ,t. I any I, Crews 175; Phil: Reagan, 190; j ranging from one cent to Morning Worship 11 a. m. : 115 score his first time bowling
Starke's four"I
big "heavy Friends!
Starke
uncfer-par( effort also being I Steve Nipper, 225; Henry Dryden I 50 cents, and the money earn- Evening Worship 7:00 at Starke Lanes.

the day's lowest score. He Clyde Terwillegar. Harold I 150; Bill Jackson, 165; | ed will be used to purchase p.m.1 Jimmy Bowen. in Moon-
Bishop m, George Sheffield, A Book Sale, sponsored by for the library. Prayer meeting
*wtrand the first annual I : Marty Starling, 165; Dan j I equipment light Bowling, rolled a 267
up and myself-tied for low witha I LIbrary 1:30 p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams. j
Friends of the
Starke
Dodd. 170 Walker 160 the books they win bowling ball
event with 144. I ; Veazy ; i Persons having game to a
64. Other teams at 64 were from I !
will be held May
Third in the scoring column and Fred Wheeler, 165. ( wish to donate to the sale may and five silver dollars-
Chuck Rea, pro; Jim Melton, 27 through. June 1 at 136 W. : I
,With 145 after a final 73 was Jim McLain and Jack Roun- II' Scrimmage Results j Call St., Mrs. Bert McMains, I call 964-2861 fo? pick-up serI Zipper Notebooks $!.t9 at Starke Lanes gives away 35
silver dollars each Saturday
'Clyde Terwillegar, president tree, all from Lake City. Lou I II In last Friday's intra-squad I I chairman, announced yester- I vice. Bradford County Telegraph. ,
:Jjpf the Starke Country Club I scrimmage the Reds downed night in Moonlight Bowling.
Broward pro; Henry Groves
Bill Catlett. Jacksonville was I Bubba Morsch, and Earl Tom- I the White's with freshman I -

fourth after 74 for 147. fullback :Mickey
I! linson from Brentwood Golf Agner scor-
Rountree posted 34-38 this II ing two touchdowns. End Joe

... ,, _. __, Club, Jacksonville.
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Brown
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:sultry afternoon. He had four ------------- "W-'O"--- The team in fourth placewas scored the lone TD for

c birds. Two came on the same the Whites on a from
Rountree Making Putt : Charlie Boucher, pro; D. pass ij

Miole, the 510-yard 5th, which Mosley, C. Bettis, and Bob another freshman quarter. e
3ie; reached with a four-wood Jack Rountree sinks the final putt to win Starke's first invitational Cook, from Jacksonville. back Donnie Falcon.

"Second and two-putted. His golf tournament last Sunday afternoon. An admiring Some of the better scores Coach Hurse said that so

:-.others came from a 15-footer gallery is seen in background. in the tournament Jack far this spring Agner has been
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20 Words or less, one time .95 MemorIals, Resolutions __ Se per wole

on No. 7 and a 25-footer on Rountree, 67 [tying the, the outstanding back on the If not paid in advance _____ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words %...

'.Jhe eighth.treacherous, waterguardied ; I course record previously set| squad. He also praised tackle Keyed or Blind Ads. __ ___ 1.00 Over 50 words _____ .,_ 5c per wolf

''"His two miscues came witha '' by Terwillegar]; Harold Bish-! Tommy Thomas who he said Each additional word over 20 _ 03 Display ads in Classified 1.50 perJohnson taa
'I' op, 11; Wally Mizell, 71; j
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has shown
up well and shown
putter that was so hot Sat- Clyde Terwillegar, 72; Earl
urday he equalled the I marked improvement.End .
course I Tomlinson, 72: G. Commers, I I
record with a scorching 67, 73; B. Catlett. 73; and Rich- Larry Gladieux from FOR SALE 16-ft Correct TAKING RESERVATIONS & Evinrude
were the results of thre .putt I Craft motor boat. 75/ hp. Gre for 1963-64 Kindergarten. Call
ard Hobbs, 74. Lawtey also came in for recognition -I
greens. He hit 16 of.the big Marine inboard motor. Excel- 964-9374 MAMA PRIEST. Motors at a Savings
,
I am expecting member -
every
from Hurse who said FIEI'
greens in regulation. lent condition. Contact J. H. 6tchg 6-27
to in the pres-
Mizell came through with participate "It now looks as if he'll makea Gill, Rt. 1 Box 495, phone 533- LICENSED PLUMBER--In- REPAIR JOHNSON &
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ident's Cup. Entries are now
I five birdies. His longest put being accepted at the pro (i I fine defensive end." Sophomore 2531, Kingsley Lake. 3tp 6-6 I Bradford and surrounding EVINRUDE MOTORSOn

was a 20-footer on No": 13. shop. lettermen Jeff Warren, FOR SALE 1962 4-door counties. Kitchen cabinets Read The Classifieds! 25 Elec.
,Championship B honor I'I Chevrolet Station Wagon. Estate -II built to your specifications.) hand 16' Boat hp.
According to Bill Epps 'a guard has been moved to Buccaneer and Trailer Top
went to ;' I of I. E. Clark. Write P. Phone 289-4491. No collect :, IF YOUR NAME IS
16-year-old Harold
:, tournament chairman, the en- ; linebacker and Hurse said this I O. Box 165. ltchg, call. Avory Slade, Maxville. FOUND AMONG THE! Camp $579; --- -
Bishop a local golfer who wa? '
tournament chairman, the en-1 Fla. 6tp 6-6' 14' Fishing Boat live well and
week that "He be the ,
FOR RENT 3 bedroom
may -
runnerup in. last year's State I CLASSIFIED ADS CALLi
: : try fee will be $2, flights of |! I Deep $149.
house redecorated inside. 555
man we've been for FOR RENT-Nicely urnishe
Jaycees looking
championship. The '! AT TilE TELEGRAPHl
: eight, match play. Trophies I W. Washington St. Phone 964- 2 bedroom house. 612 Lake" 15' Boat 30 hp Elec. Evinrude

school six-two junior 200-pounder at a high ::4 will be awarded to winners I, so long. I II 4051 or inquire at bus sta- Street. Also nicely furnished OFFICE FOR A FREE' Trai'er, top compo $569lQ'

BHS. reported and runners-up of each flight I Another player who drew i tion. ltchg 1 bedroom cottage at 614 Lake '
35-37-72 for a two-day ., I I TICKET TO, THE FLORi-: Aluminum, weight 62 Ibs.
Everyone must qualify from praise from the coach was DAY LILIES all colors 100 to Street. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. 633 'I I $89.50.
I
,total of 149. He 'had six birdies DA THEATRE. _. _._
through June 9. Pairingswill ----
now I McMahon Street. Phone 964- j
choose from. From lOc. M. A. ,
junior quarterback Phil Elder
six pars and six bogeys.He f I USED MOTOR .GUARANTEE.
iI be made, with one weekto 5744. i
Payne, 204 S. Glenn St. tfchg -- -- -- --
was the longest hitter 1-------------._._._ .3---- -.-- -.. competing in the 95-player Ill see you on the tee. hard and has shown muh REDUCED INSURANCEAT RATES _Temple I''or chest type. Pay cash or 1959 Mercury 10 hp. $149

"field over the nine-hole par Rountree ,Getting Award -Homer. improvement.Recreation AUTO FIRE BOAT FREE RENT To lady or I take in on trade on refrigerator 1957 Buccaneer 25 hp elec $169

36-36-72 course. DOYLE E. CONNER small family for companion-I I T.V. Stero player or !, 1958 Johnson 35 hp elec $249
Cbaniploaohlp A Koundtree (left) b presented with tournament trophy bj, INSURANCE AGENCY ship. Private washing machine. Dahmer's I 1961 Evinrude; 40 hp elee $365HARTMANN'S

: 13!* Jack Uountree, Lake (Clyde Terwillegar, president of Starke Golf and Country Club Phone 964-4501 Rhoden, 4% miles out RaifordRd. I Discount House. 4tchg 6-131
City 61-:4.38-7 News Ph. 964-3031.
tfchg 2tchg 5-30
li.4-- Wally Mizell JacksopMlle. -_ i I NEW AND USED-Chain saws I
73-36.35-:1 Ii FOR RENT- Small two bed- Lowest Prices on New, and $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. 838 Temple Ave.

Starke JT3 -7-3.-36-7 Clyde I : Terwillegar. room concrete block house, Used Appliances anywhere.Like Lawn mowers sales and ser ,

l 147--Kill Catlett, Jacksonville. I Lake and Pratt StreetsOneblock new G.E.. Refrigerator vice. Your McCulloch Dealer I WANTED Girls 'for 'spare
73-3-36-74 I Pest Control Team led to drive in a run in the from school $50.00 per $ 69 95. Perfect condition Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivk '! time sales work. Sarah Coventry .

a ville.14S-7 One-..O.3373.Ul Conner. Jackson- second inning. There were 22 i month in advance. Hollis V. Norge Ref. $79.95. Perfect condition I''N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6-1 I Ii i Jewelry. Write Opal Smith,

Earl Tomlinson, Jack. Squeezes 6-4 Past strike outs in the entire game J Knight. tfchg. I Kel. Ref. $59.95. Big I i 3411. tfchg: Box :s, Raifcrd. Pla. tfchg.

sonville. 7-40-:9-79 1 !" 'Johns Oil Co. with Hamilton collecting 10'' I G.E. Ref.-Freezer combination J. J. Silcox- ---
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Electra-Tronics
151- Ben Franklin, Gaines T TJ :, Auto Def. Swing out shelves c.1

'IIIe743j4011!?!-jjm Lynch, Jacksonville. and Crawford 12. "Insurance Problems? late model like brand new ,Industrial Division, Sales, BRAND NEW ADMIRAL
jJU378; : Florida Pest Control squeezed Standings W L Per. I $199.95. G.E. freezer chest or upright for
; Gary Holmes Jar Call The :Man From Range perfect I ice, Repairs on :Motors. Generators
i iI
it-:9-U-79. Johns Oil 6-4 in the down at Dahmers Dis-
past j $10.00
; condition $59.95. Hot Point .
134 Mlchey }' Kdmondson I I II Fla. Pest . .6 2 .75C I "TRAVELERS"George : Switching ar.d Controls
Little League Monday. Gary I I count House. Sfrhg 6-20
Gainesville. 74-40-40-80 |I j i ii Lawtey . ,6 2 .750 E. LaRue, range perfect condition $59.95. Welders and Tools, Power
Withdrew: Sherrill Teague : Hamilton went all the way on Also perfect condition gas
Coca-Cola .. 5 5 .500 :, For Conversion, Transformers.
Games\ille; Ducky Little, Jack- Keystone Heights Agt. i SWIMMING
i the mound for Pest Control ranges at extremely low pric-
sonUlle Johns Oil 4 I Service and Repairs to AH
-.4 .500 "Travelers Ins.
Chniupiunxhlp II picking up the win. Bill Adams es. See our line of Kelvina-
,149!-Harold Bishop, Starke, j was the loser. There were Starke Elders 3 5 .375 Tel. Companies"I I I tor Appliances and compare I Heavy Industrial Electrical 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.

i-Sd-3j-Z': I II Raiford --. 0 7 .000 473-4325 prices. McGriff Trading Mart, i Equipment
151--Henry Groves Jr.. Jack. only seven hits in the entire :: DAILY
1939 N E. 27th Ave. G'vill. I II
Schedule Auto Fire Home Business 130 N. Court St. Itchg i
ftniuille. 18-:6.3j""j3:: : Jim Mel game and the only extra base I II
ton. Lake CIt, 76-38-39-Th Monthly Payment Plan FOR SALE -House and I I PHONE 372-1280 I Beautiful New Pool
a-
152-ttddie Dyer, Jacksonville, I hit was a first inning double Thursday, May 23-Coca- -
76-40-36-76 i I, by John Warren.On jl Cola vs. Florida Pest Control. Available ibout 4 acres of land. Road ; tfchg.
153:; -II. C. Beverly Jackson -- tfchg.A 229A. W. C. demons. 5tp5-30 : ADMISSION 50c
"111.:1&40:8: May 16 Florida Pest Friday, May 24-John's Oil I -i USED FURNITURE-In ex-

ville.154-83:1U6 James: Kirby, Jackson Winning Team I Control won over Starke vs. Starke Builders Supply; WATKINS ROUTE in this'1 I FOR RENT Desirable 3 cellent condition. Modern overstuffed Starke Motor Court

Builders Supply 137. Johnny Lawtey vs. Raiford at Raiford. I. room and bath apartments. lounge converts to I
156- H. Phillips, Lake City, The Brentwood Country Club golf team from Jacksonville area is open for semiretiredman
7".40.411-80 Warren was the winning pit Also 2 bedroom house for sale 3'bed' $35. Studio couch,
I Monday, May 2i- Coca- or lady. Many semiretired WANTED-Waitress. Apply in
the Starke Golf and Club's Pro-Am Tournament
158-Jim Erwin, Jacksonville, won Country j jlast
cher but needed relief help I Easy monthly payments.. plastic covered, converts to
Cola Starke Builders SuP- people earn $50.00 to I' at Blue Chip Drive In.
7II-U.39-80: Cal Bettls, Jacksouville. I 17, tying Starke aad Lake City with a1 1 i vs. person
Friday May by ,
-36--81 from Tommy Chastain. Mike ply. $100.00 per week depending on ,, H. Nollman. tfchg. double bed $25. Frigidaire $75. 2 tchg 5-23
low of 64 in and thea winning the lb e-hoie pl '-I I I 4 wrought iron dinette chairs -
161--John Hader, Green Cove regular flay ) Hewett was the loser. In the time devoted to Route. Also I -
Spring ,8.U-U-83 | Tuesday, May 28Florida I BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia $10. Metal white enamel kit- FOR SALE-3 bedroom con-
162Jack'ldal. Gainesville, off by blrdytag three holes. offensive department for Pest II have 1 full time Route open. Fni --- <
Pest Control Raiford. before crete block hou. c
vs. see chen table $10. Bedroom suite,
':6-36-40-16 Lake City was second in the tourney and Starke third. Control, Danny Griff had Maybe you can qualify. For you I w-chain link fence. Distance -
163;>> Howard Lubke Lake 30Johns I WORLD BOOK. Call or write bed, boxed springs, innerspring yard
First of $250 went to the Jax team, second place three doubles and a single, Thursday, May personal interview in your a-
Cll). 76-43-46-119. place money M. A. PAYNE, your local representative -I mattress, chest of drawers, I' of school and shopping
I'light Winner* Lake City won $150, and Starke got $100 for placing third. John Warren had two doub- Oil vs. Lawtey. rea write J. H. McGarity, Box I II since 1956, Box 603 vanity $75. Call Keystone area. Call 964-3671. 4tp 5-30
Vim G e o rite Sheffield Hamilton had two Friday 31-Coca-Cola 627, Williston, Florida. ,
les May
Stark'Itultba; ,Morwch Jack- The Brentwood team members were Lew Broward, pro; Gary phone 964-3794. tfchg Heights. 473-4414. 2tp 5.16 j
nnvlll*: Kd Stephens, Gamesie singles and three runs batted : vs. Raiford at Starke. 3t chg 523D. FOR SALE-One acre horns

\i\ 1:11''ondGuy Sapp. Pa- Henry Groves, Bubba Morsch. ; and Earl Tomlinson. in. and Robbie Barksdale 'had R. Devrick l YOUR OLD WATCH will WE DON'T I sites adjacent to Southsldo

James latka; Gordon Flynn.Bullock Jacksonville.ThIrd Mrlrose;. three singles. For Builders(Cub Scout I make the down payment on a :Sell you we help you buy Elementary. High and Dry.
Lake Lake Joe Bishop. Starke. Sixth Bob Shannon FOR RENT-Nicely furnishedtwo beautiful new Bulova at i $2,500. an acre. Contact Billy
City
-Sam Summers. teen. : I Supply Mike Hewett got half I i I Good selection of anc I
City lave Kennett. Green Cove I Lake City. }'IfthA.. J. Roun Starke; Eugene Townsend I II Circus PlannedA bedroom house. Good lo- I Dahmers Discount House. ;' new Jackson Starke. tfchg.
Springs; Bob \Voo\dridge, Jacksonville I tree, Lake City; Gordon New- Jacksonville; Bob Dodelstein, of their hits by collecting two cation. Call Mrs. Renner 964- tfchtr !used 8' and 10' wide Ma I -

XAS. Fourth Jessie i ton Lake City; Norman Willis, Lake City. hits in three times at bat. 5744:: tfchg I. bile Hojnes- FOR SALE: 7 room 2 bath,
lfin>pn, Lake Citv: ilughChas- Cub Scout Circus is planned FOR SALE-8 room house, 4 '
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On May 17 Johns Oil down- LAKE GENEVA
house, utility room, large cor-
I I ed Coca-Cola 11-2 behind the I for the next Pack Meet- FOR SALE- at half factory bedrooms. 3 baths wash house TRAILER PARK 1 ner lot, newly decorated In-

i'' "'- r-- ... .- ', ..1, er for the arms and shoulders four-hit pitching of Bill Adams ing Tuesday, May 29, at 7 p.m. prices: 5,000 feet rubber tile. double St. Phone carport. 212 Redgrave mi. SE of Keystone Ht* side. 210 E. Adklns St., key

fl 'f''ii' 1 and anything we can find to'' who struck out nine men. Scene of the circus. which 3-8 and 1-4 in. thick. Soft to 964-2201. tfchg 11 on Route 100 next door. tfch,

'p 'i'b': use to gain strength we will Kenny Hall was the loser. I will include clowns, music, walk on. Excellent for TV FOR RENT 2 bedroom, nice I tfchg '

., ... :, try," Hurse declares. j The, big hitters for Johns Oil animals, and acrobats, will be rooms or' any indoor use. Call ly furnished house, with car- 'Grider's Fruit Stand
'f" Players "on the board" in'; were Jay Roy Chasteen, who the Methodist Fellowship HalL after 5 pm-M: R. Judd Tile port and large utility room.!

i !L. the photo are [1-r] Bob Reeves -j' had two doubles, and Tommy Other attractions will be skill' 964-5951.Co. 127 Lafayette St.. Phone For adults, or with an infant I i Ready mix FOR concrete SALE concrete Now Open For Business.

:0-.< I Douglas Conner, and Ron- | Seimer who had two triples. i I booths, peep shows, pop corn. 4tchg 5-30 child. No pets. Inquire at 733 t bloat house piers, sand, ce- Best buys in fresh fruit

::;1<. aid Harper [who had just !' For Coca-Cola Richard Wil- I hot dogs, and Cokes. NEWLY DECORATED furnished N. Thompson St. tfchg t! sent, mortar mix, rock, steel, .and vegetables. On 301
t : &zII + !\ I fallen when the picture was apattments. One and South Starke.
liams had two hits in as many The public is invited to at- creter shell, limerock. roof t tI
: I two bedrooms. Reasonable. PEYTON FLORIST I
snapped. Bntels.
trips. I gravel, BRADFORD

J. ; til; I! In Little League action on tend.Den 1 will perform as clowns Lights Contact and 431 water Center furnished.St. or 119 S. THOMPSON ST.PHONE 1 I ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521,I': ONE TON ADMIRAL Air conditioned

20, Florida Pest Control 9644155NIGHT I Starke. tfchg $179.95 value for
May
Cookie Mathews and be responsible for skill phone 964-7191 or 964-6551.
'N ?.i I downed Lawtey 6-4 in a come- I booths- tfchg 964-3891 or 969-1022 1 14350. 5800 certified nema
% II Receives Music.Scholarsrup from-behind victory. The loss \ HASTINGS MATTRESS I II rating. Larger one prices at
,I I Den 2 will provide music COINS BOUGHT- DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS big dIscount. Dahmer's Discount .
> put Lawtey in a tie for first & UPHOLSTERY WORK
and put up decorations. EXCHANGED We Wire Flowers Anj where I House, 125 E. Call St.
I -41 place with Pest Control. The I
710 Lemon St. Palatkaj 5-
I Den 3 will be in charge of I'Pay current market value I tfchg I I I Stchg :!
winning Gary
pitcher
was I
;
__ Cookie Mathews, daughterof j animals and arrange for peep for old coins: Indian Head i j Furniture Repaired, '
I Hamilton and the loser
Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathews was t shows. Pennies, Gold Coins, Com- EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. l Upholstered & Refinished :- BOBBY HALL PLUMBING
Mike Crawford. In the offensive and
has! received a music I memoratives. Medals, Tokens,: Apply in person at Garden; MATTRESSES REBUILT i i COMPANYcommercial
I. department for Florida I Den 5 will perform as acrobats Residential Repairs. Phone
Austin Foreign Coins. I
scholarship to Peay Restaurant.
'! in Clarksville I I I Pest Control the big hitters J and be responsible for Denver R. Derrick i i ______tfchgi ___ New Innersprings Waldo 468-1206. Rt. 1 Box
State College
Tenn. She will be a majoretteIn I i were Danny Griffis and Gary | pop corn, hot dogs, and lem.I D & W Auto Supply I i i ADMIRAL COLOR TV now and Box Springs I 57-B Starke, Fla. 8tp 5-39

} the marching band. and i Hamilton who each had two I! onade. 416 E Brownlee St. : $450 with trade at Dahmers Drop Us A Card or Call i FOR RENT-2 bedroom un.

will play oboe in the concert I hits in four trips to the plate. I, Cubmaster Ben Moxley will tfchg.WHY Discount House. tfchg PALATKA EA 5-9168 I furnished! bouse. Apply 307

I I John Brown got Lawtey's only be in charge of the circus, as- STARKE 964-3924 W. Cherry St. or Phone 964-
band. :
PAY RENT? Own HONEY-HONEY-HONEY
Band will i extra base hit when he trip :, sisted by the Den Mothers. your -- MEL PEGGY SHALLEB, 2521. tfchg
The Austin Peay own :Mobile Home. As low as New Crop of fine quality

._' appear in the 1964 Tourna I!II ., $395.00 down. Use your car, honey now ready. Also have Starke. Agent FOB SALE-Reasonable priced

: ment of Roses Parade in Pasadena boat or furniture for down bee supplies and queens. L. T. I used Televisions. Ref rig-

Peg Board Good For Grdders: Calif and as the official -: Franchise Available in Bradford County payment. TRAILER MART, I Dyer, Box 86, Lake Butler, I FOR SALE -2 br. concrete erators. Washers. Excellent

I Tennessee representative I INC. U. S. Hiway 17. Box 468 Fla. 3tchg 5-23 I block home in walking distance -I I, Condition. Bullington AppU-

Always on the lookout fornew the stadium [in this case] I at the 1964 New York: World's Electronic Insect Control i East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg -, of shopping area and ances. tfchi
-I methods of conditioning, and have the boys grasp iron'spikes I WANTED-General electronics- I churches. Furnished or un I
WANTED Free listings
:
Coach\. David Hurse. BHS athletic in their hands and Fair. :, for residential industrial, and agricultural uses. I I with good- terms.open All types. Technician for bench work !, furnished. Quiet large lot 19 i FOR SALE .New and used
j I I In addition to her college A i part time/ Week's Radio and. I trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg freezers. See me first for a
wall. i
I "walk" the vertical nationally known with local in.
director, found the on!! I up proven, product STROUT REALTY. P. O. BOX
I Cookie will be an Instructor !' TV Service. Phone 964-3525. : WEAREVER SALES & SER 1! good deal. Dahmer's Discount
work
!
shown above in a magazine ; The exercise is so strenuousthat I stallations. Qualified applicants will be flown to 307 Starke Fla. Phone 468- : :, : 4tchy 6-13
2tp5-23
and decided to try it out this in watching the hot,tired : at the Austin Peay see existing installations and will be trained by ; 1766. Waldo Fla._ _tfchg I -. VICE. Contact Ellis Coleman CaD House.
players try it one day after I, : 1- -I FOR RENT- 3 bedroom unfurnished week days after 6 pjn. FOR SALE-8 H FordTra -
his Tornado foot- j
spring on Summer Music Camp. factory personnel. Age or past experience no factor. I George LaRue 964-1322. Itp .
ball rs. It's CTOled the peg ; practice, only one got completely ; Besides the Austin Peay Car and' previous sales work helpful. For full information -,I house. Front and I tor. Good condition $450. Telephone
to the top and he was FOR RENT- Large Kingsley back screened porches. Acre: HAVE SEVERAL 1962 Motor 9649394. Itchg
boar;!. 1 not abla to. come down using 1 Sch lahship, Cookie received and details write wire or phone EDWARD Lake house. Completely fur-, land good for strawberries 01, ola stero consoles with savings :

'I'& idea is to attach a j I offers from three other col- MILLER & SON, INC.,-P. 0. Drawer 837, nished. Private dock. By weekor : garden. 3 blocks from Court; as high as 50 per cent Dah- I FOR RENT Furnished

board1with staggered holes !I the. pegs, but had to drop off.It's Stuart, Fla. Phone 287-4133 I month. Phone 533-2732. House 209 Christian St. Ph |I mer's Discount; House. j house on Kingsley Lake. Ph.

dr1fl&t1fl1ttOtI1 back ol just a good condition,.:leges and universities. --. i 3tp6'iI I 9644621. Itchg::1 1 2tchg-5-30 Lawtey-782-3061. ttcng 013w
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS LaRueResigns MELROSEBy Mrs. L. M. Pearsall cele- Mr and Mrs. Ercell Sapp

I brated her birthday. Saturday and children went to Bell

May 18. Sunday afternoon to visit Mr.
!I l'i By Mary K. Schaeffer Mrs. Alice RothhammerTVyVYTYfTTTTTTTTTTTTT1
and Sapp's mother, Mrs. I. D.
Mr Mrs. E. C. Spires
i and sons of Tallahassee spent Sapp.
Rate ProbeGeorge :
gt 'IAAL1AA1AAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAI Water Mrs. Jackie Weeks and
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Corey the weekend with Mr. and
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Woman's Club To Hold if the PTA had donated to .j: and children of Gainesville, Mrs. Albert Spires.Mr. children went to Yankeetownover

Annual Garden Party the Junior Woman's Club :1 the and Mrs Ross Bass and the weekend to visit her
._ .. ........ :, spent weekend with her - .
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And InstallationThe Scholarship Fund. Richard I parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W children of Bunnell spent the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonn f

Keystone Heights Wom Lovorn moved that the PTA A. LaRue, Keystone I his company was not making matter, claiming ""they are Scott Rothhammer Durbin. weekend with their parents,, Raymond, and her sister, Mrs.

an's Club will hold their An ,donate $50 to the fund; seconded Heights insurance man, re- ,: money. The cityt asked LaRue I'I''I I dragging their feet. Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade and Joan Hudson and family.
h the to investigate rates in townsof When asked Wednesday Kermit
signed Monday night is
as i Melrose GraduationSet Mrs. Rebecca Brantley
Mr.
nual 'Garden Party-Tea-and- by Mrs. Lena Clemens, 'I I I II Combs and and Mrs. C. L. Bass.
Installation town's "water rate investigator. comparable size and report I what his next move would be sons of, Gainesville spending some time with her
of Officers .
Cere and
passed.Mr. I
." his findings to the council on j!' in view of LaRue's resignation For May 31 visited Mr. and Mrs. W. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon
monies on May 28, from 3 til! Mooneyham announcedthe H. Allen and METHODIST CHUBCE
LaRue's verbal resignation which to base a decision. I I Tolles said he was unaware family recently. Brantley.Mrs. .
5 o'clock in'the afternoon in Booster Band Concert to MELROSE
followed a heated discussion Fremont Tolles, attorney for ,, of this development, Glenn H. Thayer, a retired Mrs. Emma Young of Lake- Callie Rye and Jimmy

Mrs.her John Bird's garden, at be held on Saturday, May 25,1 over awarding the town's insurance -.j Wiggins, has been pressing!i and would just have to wait Melrose resident, will deliver land; Miss Roy Caldwell, Mrs. Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, visited F. H. Herring in Pa-
home overlooking Keystone at 8 p.m. in the school caf- .
at a special meeting : the council for action on the I I and see. the annual commencement ad- Mary Fennel, and Bruce Pen- Pastor ]atka on Monday.
Lake. that
etorium. He also said
-- dress at 8 p.m. Friday, May nei of Island Grove, visited
called for that Monday
The club officers and members science projects would be on | purpose Mr. Sunday School 9:45: *m. The blacktopping of State
31 and Mrs. Howard
in the Melrose High Morris

to extends all local a cordial friends invitation and room display following in Mr. Miller's the busines3 class- i The night.insurance business was Wiggins And Group Appeal School auditorium. His topic and family Sunday. Worship 11 a. m. county Road 315t line Grandin is being to started Clay

will of liv-
be "Fair Share
to those in Melrose and meeting. awarded to Reynolds Insur- Margaret Slade and Virginia TRINITY EPISCOPAL this week. It won't be long

Starke. This the last? of the Safety Officer Sgt. Doyle of I' ance Co. at a bid of 182675. Dismissal Of Base SuitA ing." awardedto Ford presented a panto- CHURCH 1lELROSBHoly now before) the road will be
Navy will be
Diplomas
mime act
social activities 'pf the season, .the Florida Highway Patrol' LaRue's bid was $2.141.43.LaRue at the Green Cove ready for traffic.
objected to the 15, graduating seniors by High School Prom Friday 10 Funeral services held
is traditionally a highlight of was the speaker for the eve- manner Holden. Days a. m.. Holy were
in which the competingbid Principal Clarence C. night. Sundays 10 a. m. Church for Arthur Sipprell on Tues-
the c1ub'sproTam. .. ,, : ning,. and gave some alarming circuit court decision dismissing sed the suit Saturday ruling Graduation will be precededby
was originally submitteda Mr. and Mis. A. J. Shannonof School. 11:45: a. m. Morning day at Paran Baptist Church,
is
Mrs. of acci-
rate
Bird's'hom statistics the
t on Magnolia on a suit against the that the legislature has the baccalaureate service at 8p.m.
joint proposal by Reynoldsand Jacksonville spent Sunday Prayer and Sermon [First Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating.
St. 'the Wh teWhite" dents and fatalities in
neat our
Green Cove Springs Commis- authority to pass a bill authorizing 26 in the
the Murrhee Insurance Sunday, May with Mr. and Mrs. V. y Sunday Holy Communion]. t'p.m. Burial was at Paran Ceme-
Feather Court. While of the
state. natives -
many sion is being appealed to the the city to purchasethe Kenneth
Mrs. Bert Christoffers Sf, blame the tourists, he Agency. He said this wouldbe District Court. property through issuanceof school, with Rev. Crawley.Mr. Episcopal Young Churchmen. tery. Survivors are two sisters -
Griffith giving the scriptureand
Is co-hostess, with several vof '5>aid that tourists are involved a division of responsibilityin Plaintiffs in the suit G. E. revenue certificates. sermon. The invocationand and Mrs. Glynn Roth- Mrs. Floresa Stoutarnire,
the the town's insurance pro- hammer and family visited Communion.The Gainesville; Mrs. John Tilden,
the other members assistingin in only 10 per cent of Wiggins of Keystone Heights, benediction will be
the various phases of the auto mishaps. Three main gram. Rex Smith, and Frank Ca- Heaton pre-, Mrs. Nancy Bass and :Miss Rev. Lee W. Heaton. Orlando; and a brother, Mur-
sented by Rev. Lee
The Council also expressed School Sipprell, of Melrose.
of accidents Group Nancy Wesley Friday ray
program. causes are men. I I nova of Green Cove Springs and Mrs. Donna McCrea will eve-
Officers to be installed will women, and children. Attitudes unwillingness to deal with !: filed notice Tuesday of the sing "How Beautiful Upon ning.A Plans are being completedfor
be Mrs. John Bird most im more than one insurance agent party held Friday a Work Day at Paran:
president; toward safety are appeal in Clay County Circuit the Mountains." was Vicar.IRANDJF
first vice president. Mrs. Her- portant. Parents don't obey and Richard Murrhee, Court. Wants Board'sPay At commencement, the welcoming afternoon at the home of Church on Saturday, May 25,

bert Nelson; second vice pres- the rules, yet expect children I j representing his agency, stat- The suit seeks an injunction address will be presented Miss Rita Tiller on Swan starting at 8 am. Lunch will

ident, Mrs. Charles Wallenius; to do so. Sgt. Doyle had already j ed that he would withdraw against the commission to Donald Williams, Lake. Fifteen guests enjoyed be served at the church by

recording secretary, Mrs. John talked with the teen- from the proffer. He initialedthe prevent possible purchase by SlashedThe by president. The swimming and boating. the ladies. After lunch the
original bid, indicatinghis senior class By Charleyene BrantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Annual Meeting of Paran
Mrs. H.
that afternoon.Mrs. 0, Williams and
Karges; corresponding secre- agers the city of the Green Cove valedictory will be given by
tary, Mrs. Francis P. Egan, George Massa moved ', withdrawal.In naval base from ,the General Ellen Scott and: the salutatory Mrs. Albert Hinnant were \ Cemetery Association will be
treasurer, Mrs. Fremont Tol- to donate $100 to the Boos- a statement after the Services Administration. Clay County Committeefor Carol Rothhammer. hostesses at a party Satur- held for the election of off
by Mr. and Mrs. Walton Bish-
les; and director for three ters' Band for a much needed I meeting, LaRue said he quitas The plaintiffs have attackedthe Better Schools wants of Mr. day afternoon for the Sunday cers.Please
Ellen Scott daughter
op of Gainesville were callingon
years, Mrs. William Reynolds Sousaphone. After much discussion -: water rate investigator because constitutionality of a leg- School Board salaries cut and Mrs. Penn Scott Jr., of school class of the Eliam Mrs. Ella Belisario last keep in mind the
it was finally agreed Councilman Roy Wat- I from $200 month to Baptist Church. The party coming! Revival at Paran
Sr.The islative act which would per- per $180 Hawthorne, will graduate witha Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
for kins had injected into the I was held at the home of Church starting June 2 and
final Executive Board to give Mr. Croft $100 I mit the city to issue $750,000 annually. school scholastic Mr.
: discussion at the council's last 3.9 high Olive Gurr of Jack- 9. The
meeting which is the Telegrams and Mrs. W. H. Allen and funning through June !
meeting and business this instrument, in revenue certificates to pur- to this effect She served vice
regular the mentionof average. : as sonville and Mrs. Rhoda Per- Travis will
of the current year were "back-bone": of any band. I meeting chase the 1,400 acre property.The were dispatched to tne Clay president of Student Councilin those attending were Becky raster, Rev. Paul ,

held on Tuesday, May 14, at Mr. Mooneyham called on a compromise with the state has submitted abU County legislative delegation freshman and Mathews, Babs McLaughlin, ry of Melrose were visiting be the speaker. Everyone is

the educational building of 1 Rev. J. R. Smith to install Keystone Water Works, where- : for $620,400 for the prop- following a meeting of the was her a member of year the Beta Heidi Chiappini, Diane Alder- Mrs. Annie Sikes Sunday af cordially invited to attend.

the Community Church. An: the officers for 1963-64. The by the $2.50 minimum rate erty with GSA. I committee in Green Cove serving vice presi- man, Ann Bowen, and Mar- ternoon.
as
might be maintained, with the Club Mrs. Hildred visited PARAN BAPTIST CIIUKCIl
made President Billy Springs garet Wallace.Mr. Sapp
nual reports were by new officers, Judge W. A. Stanly dismis- Monday night. dent this She partici-
the retiring 'officers and committee i Wolfe Vice President Mar- gallonage allowed under the Sen. Edwin Fraser of the in basketball year. for two and Mrs. Thomas H. her mother, Mrs. Robert Martin GRANDIN FLA.
I, minimum cut from the pres- pated in Gainesville M nday. Rev. Paul Travis. Pastor
Berry
chairmen. No report on garet Andrewson, Secretary Baker-Clay district recently and football homecoming spent Saturday after-
the clubhouse building plans l ;Mary K. Schaeffer and Treasurer -, ent 7,000 to 3.000. I introduced a bill to cut the years, attendant was in the 9th noon at Jacksonville Beach. J. S. Powell of Jacksonville Sunday School, 10 a.m.

was given, as the Architect's i Lena Clemens were cal- i LaRue said yesterday he salaries of county commissioners Winners of the Melrose stopped by Monday to visit Morning Worship, 11 ajn.

report will not be ready for : led to the platform and Rev. I II thought this comment was in the two counties grade.Carol Rothhammer. daughter Duplicate Bridge Club include with his cousin, Mrs. Callie Training Union, 7:00: p. m.

two or three weeks. I Smith spoke briefly to each:' premature since the investigation Liir from $2,400 to $180 annuallyand of Mr. and Mrs. Grant the following: Mrs. 'c. Rye.Johnny I Evening Service, 8:00: p. m.

Final PTA Meeting\ about their duties, and congratulated had not been completed spend the money in an of Melrose, hasa Maxson and Mrs. Herbert Se- Lynn Mikell was Hour of Power, Wednesday

Held Last Week j them, as well as j I and he wanted to disassociate rTii effort to attract new industryto Rothhammer 3.8 'scholastic average. She gur, 'first place; Mrs. Emory home for the weekend. He Is night 8:00: p. m.

The final PTA meeting of : the out-going officers for himself from "this the area. junior and senior Cooper and Mrs. R. P. Vogh working at the Atlantic Na- Steno Notebooks Steno
as
served
held Mr. type of thinking. He said he The school improvement second place; Mrs. Mary Cook tional Bank in Jacksonville.
the current season was their past performances. I class secretary and won the Ko-tect Type, Typewriter
on May 16, at the School Caf-I' Mooneyham turned over the! felt that such a compromise, committee, with Jim Lytle of Betty Crocker Homemaker of and Mrs. S uthw ll, third Weekend guests at the)Cal: Fens Typing Paper Erasers,

etorium. President Max Moon- i| gavel to Mr. Wolfe, and the if adopted, would be" a "dis- Orange Park as chairman, requested Tomorrow Award 'this year. place; and Mrs: Clarence Hel- lie Rye home were Loretta Ribbons, The TELEGRAPh,
service to the town. _
eyham presided for the last meeting was adjourned, after the legislation to cut 'the I She. _attended 34HS, all :13 -- ,__ A' --,--- __ H_ _
C.. Cuen- LaRue was.employed hy 0 school Board to the same'fa-
time of his term of office. j a benediction by E. of'school.
Bandleader Gene Croft was city several months ago after mount proposed for coun- years seniors

called on for the invocation. det.Mrs.. Sullivan's class won1, G. ,E. Wiggins, owner of, the ,. ty commissioners and to use include Other: Margaret graduating Slade Vir- KEYSTONE HEIG HIS --MELROSE
Water Works had
: Keystone ,
the
funds for
Minutes of the previous the room count.Community teachers' salar- ginia Ford, and Bonnie Naz-
asked council approval of a lies.
meeting were read and ap Church News I j : worth honor students; Marian
water rate increase. claiming .
proved. Mrs. E. C. Cuendet reported Dr. Albert C. Holt, minister .. .. ... Fredricksson, Jimmy _
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that the present balance of the Community Church of I'I'I S..t.: ; vited to the breakfast.A I Downs Reda Tiller, Paul BUSINESS DIRECTORY _
conductedan Floyd C. Koons, with Mrs. F. ; number of the parishon-
in the treasury was Keystone Heights, s\ Huff, Trudie Raye Morris,
$508.28 and asked if anyone I inspirational service of E. Stitchberry as co-chairman; : .. ers of St. William's attendedthe Frank Strickland, Margaret -

knew Just what bills were installation of the Church Circle 6. Mrs. Charles Wal- May Vespers Service at Matchett and

outstanding. She also gave an !! Women's Board at the Sun- lenius, with Mrs. R. A. Gaunt Miss Young To Wed!" the Chapel in the State Prison !- Eddie Herren.White.Jimmy APPLIANCEST I FLORIST ,RESTAURANTSTHE

Service as co-chairman; Circle 7, Mrs. at Raiford on Sunday afternoon
of Worship
account of all expenditures day Morning Rev. Griffith will give the
the year, which amounted to I on May 19. I Sara McDonald, with Mrs. Stewart C. West as guests of Catholic invocation and benediction at V Service Center!

$536.87. The Carnival was The following officers were Charles Titus, as cochairman Chaplain. Father Connie commencement exercises. Mrs. Edna Williams Keystone Heights
I President Mrs. William ; Nightingale Circle, Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. James Rus- Dougherty. This impressive J. R. TIlES Proprietor
most successful and a good installed: Thomas H. Berry will play RestaurantUnder
d bit was realized from the Walz: First Vice Presi- Aughtiy Vance, with Mrs. sell Young of 75$ West 53rd ceremony was 'put on by the the processional and reces- Authorized Motorola Philco FLORIST-NURSEBY

) Clay Electric Day bake sale.Mr dent, Mrs. Robert Hendry; Howard L. Tucker as cochairman -" St., Palm Springs, Hialeah, inmates of the prison, and sional for both evenings, and Sales and Service FLOWERS New Management

Miller, a teacher, said hE! I Second Vice President, Mrs. ; Rebecca Circle, and formerly of Keystone thoroughly enjoyed by all. ushers for both events will be Service On All Makes Specializing In

had not as yet spent the mon! Edward Firth; Secretary, Mrs. Mrs. J. W. WildtCommittee Heights, announce the engagement For the benefit of those John' Harpe, Sue Dull Ralph TV RADIO STEREO For All Occaste&fl Blue Plates with
allotted to his department.1 Miller Wrinkle; Treasurer, Chairmen a s, people who are still coming at
j.
ey and Marian Bass. Melrose Phone: OR 5-2331 Fresh VegetablesOPEN
I Mrs. Harold sutton askec l'' Mrs. Robert Dodd. follows: Spiritual Life, Mrs. i : of their daughter, 110, _ant_n__.. the un _Sundav_______ _Mass___ at Mathews Work Guaranteed-TV RentalsKeystone
; Circle Chairmen will be as Albert C. Holt; Finance, Mrs. Edith Harriet, to Stewart St. William's is now at 8:30 Heights 473-4651 I I

!I follows: Circle 1, Mrs. J. A. H. I. Stevens; Membership, I Crawford West, son of Mr. am., and will continue to be May 23, 24, and 25 in the!I -- 6 A. \ .-10 P. l\1.l\Jon.-Thun.

IS YOUR ESTATE Williams, with Mrs. Arthur F. Mrs. Marshall Gallop: Hospitality !- and Mrs. Francis Woodruff at 8:30 throughout the sum little store-room next to La- INSURANCE OPEN 6 A. M. til Midulte

PROGRAM UP TO DATE j Manering as Co-chairman; Mrs. Mabel Husbands; West of 1087 Azalea Road I mer months. Rue Insurance Agency, which AUTO SERVICE Fit Sat., Sun.

ASK YOUR GULF LIFEMAN i Publicity Mrs. Frances P. Union, N. J. Religious Instructions for was most lately the Davis
Circle 2, Mrs. Ira C. Stringer, Rum- Murrhee Insurance At 'the stopllte Keystone Hgts.
FOR TIllS FREE I, with Mrs. J. A. Williams as, Egan; Kitchen Mrs. R. A. :Miss Young attended School children and teenagers Dry Cleaning Agency. Terrell's

(h SERVICE i iI Co-chairman; Circle 3, Mrs. Gaunt; Sewing, Mrs. J. A.II Queens College Charlotte N. is discontinued until Sep- mage Sales are always interesting AgencyGeneral Lake Brooklyn

I with Mrs. Earl Williams; Sunshine, M r s. C., and'is a graduate of Em- tember. and you can always Gulf ServiceNew
Seth Kennedy,
L. R. BRAULT I II Haynor as co-chairman; Circle .II Charles Titus; Visitations,! ory University in Atlanta, Ga., On Saturday evening. May get so much for so little. At Si Used Tires Insurance RestaurantSTEAKS

PI10NT5 473-4131: I j j3i : 4, Mrs. David Nelson, with l Mrs. Bernard Slocomb; Welfare and Boston University and is 25., the Boosters' Band, under .least, come in and book. TheWoman's From ?3.00 Up All Size!II I Fire Casualty Bonds CHOPS
the faculty of the Nursing Club will be happy
: on
Mrs. Walter Grolick; the direction of Gene Croft I
M. H. Schroeder as co-'
DI\\1I)" 21 Keystone Height II I Mrs.chairman Circle 5, MrsI Youth Fellowship is yet to Department, University of Mi will give a concert in .tha to, accept anything you may, Lubrication Batteries Acces I. Allied Lines Seafoods Orders To Go

I ; be filled. ami.! She is a member of Al- School Cafetorium at 8 p.m. want to donate. They may OPEN 1 A. M. 7:30: P. M:. Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 OPEN

On Monday, May 20, at pha Gamme Delta sorority. Admission will be $1 for a- even take your things on con- Keystone Heights, 475-4279
-I 7 6 A. M. till Midnite
Days
12:30 noon, the annual Covered Mr. West graduated from dults; 50c for children. Come signment. MILLWORK

: Dish Luncheon of the Pingry School, Elizabeth, N. out and support ,this worth- AUTO STORE 1-4 ML N. of Stoplite

_ i Church Women was held. At J., and attended Colby COllege -I I while project which will enliven FIRST BAPTISTKEYSTONE .
?1 HEIGHTS Keystone Heights
this luncheon, the Jones Circle Waterville, Maine and :1 our football games 'next Keystone

I I was honored for having the RCA Institute, New York fall to a great extent. It is J. R. Smith. pastor. Ralph Western Auto REAL ESTATEC.

; : the largest attendance at the City. He is a U. S. Navy Korean good training for our children! Minister of Music Millwork Shop

IIAVENT I general meetings during the! War Veteran having served .I who have musical talent and Copeland and church, organist. Associate Store CABINETS DOORS J. Pete O'Connor
I! and aboard I
in this
country
year. Hostesses were Mrs. Ma- no outlet for expression. Mr. Sunday School
bel Husbands and Mrs. H. L the USS Wright in Korean Croft has worked hard; and is Servces: Morning Worship Appliances-Major or Small WINDOW FRAMES REALTOR
9:45
A JEALOUS : Stevens.At and Japanese waters. He is a to be commended.The : a. m. Training Union Auto Accessories, Tires SCREENS REAL ESTATE
10:50
: a. m.
; ; this report, the presi- member of Washington LodgeNo. boys and girls of the 7:00 Evening services Batteries. Trim Material MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
m
.'i Walz has 33. F. & A. M. KHS Senior Class of 1963 left : p. 473-4297
William TeL
dent, Mrs. 8:00 p. m. You are invited to Sporting Goods, Bicycles. Sash Made To Order Keystone Heights
BONE IN MY about 18 trading stamp books I Mr. West was formerly with by car Wednesday for 'their time witli Hardware Paints, Garden
Prayer
share family
and hopes for more after the the Department of Radio and Class trip educational] to At- Supplies. Keystone Heights 473-4285 Winifred H.

- luncheon. She will lead the Television of the New Jersey I lanta, Ga., where they will us.Welcome to the Revival. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

: BODY! group from the Community Council of Churches, East visit points of interest and 19 NURSERY CRAWFORDReg.
daily May
twice ,
_ Church at the 17th annual I Orange, N. J.. and is now j' have a very nice time, from Preaching Rev. Miles Pater- Real Estate Broker
24.
through
Technical Director of the Radio -
United Church indications. Chaperoneswill
meeting of all Parkview Baptist Electrical Contractors Aka Properties Acreage
son of the
( Women of Florida to be held I and Television be one teacher and one will Clemens Nursery
DeP8rt-1 Jacksonville
Church Business City
Ranches -
-i? in West Palm Beach, May' ment of the Synod parent. They expect to return I
_ bring these messages. HomesRentals
United Presbyterian
ida Ten members -
afternoon.
Saturday
21, 22. 23.
The stamp books which ] Church in the USA. I of the class are enjoying I Jackson Electric Co.! DAYLILIES 150 Varieties!I"We Take A Personal InterestIn

Mrs. Walz will take with her!I The date of the wedding :.the trip. COMMUNITY CHURCH I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR! from 25c to $1 ea. See Us For Your Requirements"

are to help purchase new i has been set for .July 20. I Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Sr. Keystone Heights Fla- House Wiring, Electric Range Your Every Need in Shrubs Midway: Keystone Heights

The green-eyed; monster will never bother station wagons with the Unit- is feeling better all the time, Sunday School, 9 a. m and Water Heater Repairs Trees or Perennials. Melrose

of Florida : liams from Jacksonville whose notice that she is..I General Electric Repair Work
ed Churchwomen and we Worship 10 ajn. Intermediate 21 Sundays.
1I ; !I Morning Hiway 100 at Hillcrest HI way -Open
this fair maid. Long ago she started a are collecting for the Florida i I'I inspiring words made everyone scheduled to be co-hostess at I Group and Senior Call "Toby" For All Your GR &- 931
_ Christian Ministry t 0 Mi- feel like working doubly j i the Woman's Club Garden Electrical Needs 3Y2 Miles East of
I
grants. Any kind of trading' hard in the coming year. Mrs.,!., Party on May 28, so she is l' Group suspended for June Keystone, Heights Ph: 4754975FARM
I II. Heights
Keystone Slate Bank savings account- stamp books may be contributed -I Lena Clemens was CO "Tatu-1.I. "getting back in harness." i July and August. I Keystone s. E. McKay, Realtor

as the state group estimates -; lated on her fine She told us that the kindness CITRUS IN CONTAINERS i'J ts Lake Lilly $3500.

and is now assured of money for clothes, 3,000 will be needed. !I president for the past two I j and concern of her friends, as THE RIGHT POINT for the SUPPLIESC. |L50 To $5.OO Terms 16 Lots Sunset! Lake -

News From St. WilliamsOn ', years and was given a gold I'' well as her relatives helped way yon write: Come In and nta $2775. Term: Investment tracts

I vacations and emergencies. Sunday morning. May NCCW pin as a token of ap-{I the recuperating process. select your favorite ESTER- Plenty of Blooming CPTr |large enough for several lots -

19, St. William's Altar Society- ; preciation. Mrs. Mildred .Sutton -; greatly. She is most grateful BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- & L. Feed Co. from 50c up. Rare Camellias aeeess to wide sandy beach.

held an Installation Breakfast will replace her. Mrs.,' Members of the Junior GRAPH. grafted, $7.50 up. Plenty of Use for recreation' while holdIng ..

after Mass. The ladies Frances Cromer win replace i I Woman's, Club who attended C. M. BURKHALTER JR. Evergreens and Landscape for Investment. E-Z Terms.

KEYSTONE STATE BANK had decorated the tables in j j Mrs. Shirley Whidden as vice-!I I the Spring Work Shop in FEEDS Plants 2 BR CB furnished cottage on

the Recreation Hall with lovely :| president:' Mrs. Helen Wallace Chiefland on May 9 were Mi- Have you an old refrigerator;' FERTILIZERS Let us landscape your home. beautiful Lake Bntchinscn

MEMBER F. D. L C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS flowers, and attractive place '' will replace Mrs. Mary K. riam Mingledorff, Mer elyn fan or tools winch yoa no long FARMERS HARDWAREEarietan 0. C. CARNES NURSERY $7,000. Terms.

we_HUCNOUf: BAM W IttC fSUfMOLI COUMUtUXV settings. All retiring officers Schaeffer as secretary, while Young. Beverly Hanks Kie and incoming officers were \ Mrs. Bee Cooper will serve her Ridaught. and Kitty McGlave. now. Phone 964-3101 and asl{i Olwaj 100. 23 mL E. of Stark Keystone Heights Fla.

presented corsages. Installing second year as treasurer. All Please remember the Wom-- for classified. TeL Metros GR 5516Si at Florahome, Ph. 6S1-5665 4731818r .4
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t _IIAGE_EIGHT ,BRADFORD BOUNTY TELEGRAPH: STAREE. FLORIDA THURSDAY., 3 MAY 23.. \ _


released to the public. Out of f i 3 tgl-That portion\of Lots :S &: W '2' of Beg at XE Cor of
1W ThI \! xIi of XEU. S >.of Lot 4 of Blk 15 in SE i of XE run .
all of this will come some-I I Rd 113 If 7 :e at Gr.tee lcl1oIu (;.%1 L T &: COS S/D Mary Coleman '.!3 W 3S5 Ft S 330 Ft

thing like "1 tablespoon per ,403-Lots 5 t: 6-" of X 30 Ft of Lot 4 of to POB then E 130 0 .
1couHrY .. ... Blk 1SInLT& r FISSOFtW1ZO ,:: ';
gallon or 1 quart per 100 gal- Blk 7 CorUotta Unit -
WITH ; I ', Bobby James Joan 10.SI COS S/D Alberta Watkins 5.36 Ft X 30 Ft to FOB 29 S3 \ LeU: BufUeirf, u(
Ions of water fQur pounds| 5-
or Wtfcof Lots 3 & 4 S
: .
I I 4O-NW*4 :"of NTVU Southuhl OUex"1 1St Lot in SW Cor of '
i per 100 gallons of water." 1 A N of Ry17 7 21- i/Ch.etofcal/ Co. ,.I,5t0.4| of Blk 27 In L T' & Frances Slocum Lot 4 of Blk 5 109 S
I II COS SID. S i .:. Williams r 41 LOS ... 7........, '
.
:i AGENT 'ex Soufhsraf Oil N&Sbyl5'TJ&lv ":
YoURI X of Lot :
In the case of a chemical 412- % Lot 2 of Blk :21 in L
I i 10'A W of Ry :' 1! 750S 29 It t Chemical. Co. 17.19 T '& COS Ethel Lloyd Dixon 8.73 in Gaskin ADD James:.W. Thomas 25.48
weed killer it may be "one. r '. SiD Beg 104'V & 13': X ,
I ) -- : : : --e *1 f *
/ All STVH of.NE-. :
.
i Lot3&N5Fto.f of SE Cor of :XEU S
'
pound per acre. M N of Rd Jfe ,*A. ... .. .it AS "": ;,... .c' .r f.17.SO. lot 4 of BK 33 in of XE'i. X SO. AV S
In the case of a systemic in'XE Cor; of "SE. i ". : L. T/Jc COS S/D Emma Hughes Est. 1.3 70'. S SO', E '70': to :: .:
insecticide to kill red spider I of :XTVU' .. 27 .21 'U Carl,IO'S'.t RMdlan X '43 Ft of Lot 1 & beg 29 G 22 Barney:,Spence. 4.'s
.. : {,- .
: .
S
I. !5. Ft of Lot 2 of ''
>
on white dutch clover it will of NWt '- ExB3A : Elk 4TlnL&T. ... Tract A of \Vestpine .
be "one-half pint mixed itf \j. In XE Cor,*: all \ ..- COS :5jD- : Ida Simmons Alt 8.49 SID ex E 180' 29 6 2! J., W. Thomas 18.1S
'.t Com at XW ".,:' .; .. .
of '
N; ofSWiX f cor S ;; ;1'
N5O Ft of Lot 2 of
enough. water to spray J .acre'; I Branch : t: \ 27 ( 21 111 -Urr: ; .4disli, Eat. U.n !Blk 41 in LT &: Westpine SD'run :. ::: .
.At\
Federal Government regulates 560-NW 4 of: :.SE .. COS'S/D Hazel Williams 14.17 S 233.9 Ft for FOBW -"
W *4 21 19 1t.yA.: Stlizir 54.62 125 Ft S 100 Ft :, _' 4& .
i25'
5 of
&: 45' j WI.j of Blk 47 in L
the of poisons on ,
use 617-Com at KB C\)rU 1.' T'& COS SID '. Emma Hughes Est. 8.73 E 125 Ft. X 100 Ft f >t." : 4 ,...
I'' i food crops under laws: similar: j 8r'S of1" .of ;;. s ':, '. Lots 2 of Blk 48 in L Sallie & JoeWilliams I to POD ex U/W for .4 io'-
1 City S9 6 2: .JiWThonias 4S.385.iS
to those which control the re'lease -, XE run S- %50' for T & COS S/D 5.64 :
Lot
2 in
Great Oaks .
t ;l 4
Lots ,
State POlk S 10$. W. 105' 1 2. 3 & 4 of SID Gene Xoege '. .
of new medicines. | '. Blk 7 & Blk S ex .
N 105' B 195'. .to Com at XW Cor of X- S '- -'. "
: e "
c George T. Governments .also] constantly POP: 1':1 3. $.-. Garrison 25.43 Lots 5, 6. 8, 9, 12 in z ;
g E 4 of XWU E : .
run .
\ L T & COS ADD S E. K. Ferryman 12.04 .. ," '". at: '
HugginsMOLE check the kinds of sprays used 629-S 7S4 Ft of SW'I 840' S 28V, to S .; r'
F.i 14 'of SW2.l lying K i Lots 8, 9, 10. 11 of sideot Canal for '"tm. .
harvest they
how ,close to .
/ | : .
BIb 19 in LT&
.
__ of Rd': Ex RWE58AInWCor- & }FOB Cont S 135'. ..
j are used and how'm ch COS ADD E. K Ferryman 4.59 AV 356': to Canal Ely S

CRICKETS are 'still "cent chloradane in the mix I chemical is left on the, food ar-I Dsc DB 84 Ps !!>S 1. 21 Henry.: :..Leroy' : Hein ::.70 Lots 13, & 14, of Blk Along Canal 3SO* to .
I. (34-1-A in'E Cor -.' 2ltnL.T.&COSADD FOB 3: 6 22 Leota M. McQueen 7.87

popular for'a good discussion ture. This means that one ton ter. harvest. We are fortunate I 'of XE'J Bej:, .!9' TT '.. ;v.. : .... .. _. S .S Lester J. Prevail 67.47 Beg at XE Cur of X-
with farmers and gardeners. I of fertilizer will cover 5 acres: to live in a lang .where agrii I On N Line Beiir : 15i.. Ft of Lot 'S & WU of XWU & runS
chemicab.maje.1t' 210'< flq. Z. %1' ':ifiiio Cocamo. Jr. '.$I W-5 Ft of Xl 4 of 161.6'S' 361.5. S
cultural '
There are two ways to kill of land aud you will then i 671-Sli Of XEU Of ',;, Lot 9 Qt.Blk 1$' in i X 361.5' E 361.5 to

mole crickets. One is with an need 25 pounds of 50 per cent possible to grow,an abundance :I NEW! It .,' 11 !I. K.. .1. TboKiaa;. 14.9,. Temples Add J. A. Bell f 17.45 FOB SI 6 22 2>i Jacqueline A. Moorer 34.95MRRRILJL
I I Lots 1, :2, 3 of Blk
ton of fertili- of high food which is 372-N of JJEU .ot
application of poison, bait, chloradane per I quality 20 in Temples ADD A. W. Masters 31.90 EDWAltDS:
which is a material prepared I free of; insect.and I zer.It I I }'R Cor S ofrCr Ri 1* 1 21 15" Acnes Thomas n.nI OF STARKE FLORIDA
with an.insecticide like chlor-; is important that this We are fortunate, I .Blk- 1 in City Park Mack Futch 7.68 5-9 4t 5.30 .

adane. to do the killing. This I amount be applied so that j to_ _have an energetic and. responsible -j'' S 'Continued[ on Page 101] I I SyD

prepared bait is sprinkled oc- I mole crickets will get a lethalor chemical industry' .. I I .. ,
.,-==-.:::=
dose. that.continually strives to develop -I II -
er the flower bed are the killing I ..
garden the lawn the open I II I Neither method of application -: (; better pesticides Xor ,our 'NOTICE.. .

fIeld, or the pasture. For pasture -I 1 i will do the most good i Nation's tanners. And, we are j I Notice I is hereby given' that the following described lands : I
will be Old at Public AUet4onat' 1!:OO o'ckwk AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
or open field until irrigation or a food rain ; also fortunate to.enjoy. the i day ?? June; Xfi'; .W- lit. kh" Cry hail, City noon of Starke.on the Coun-7th

vou will need apPlicatiOn'j., washes it into the top half of i protection of alert'governmenj -t{ ty of Bradford. State of FlerWa, to .pay. tb amount du for tares ,I
'' : herein PlOt oppottiU Af K. V. T. v
to give good distribution.. the soil. The mole crickets are ;j tal agencies. Remember, ..AG1 ; fale' an4 d\'ertlslDC", : IUn- : to. 'r..5 Ylta aU costs- of lach.' ,

If you have not fertilized killed by a paralyzing effect. f RICULTURAL CHEMICALS t O..e.lplloa ", '-- S "I. -

j t pastur. if you are planting It takes several hours to make ; can be used SAFELY: and :I of immi 5' ST. A .Owe,. Ai.wiii1' aad*r Tat CoiUPif .:I AUTO',BRAKESS AUTO UPHOLSTERYL. 1 FURNITURE Motor ycIes.Stooters

I new pasture or if you are the kill. This is why you see! BENEFICIALLY.' Com
at SE Cor .
Vt broadcasting fertilizer for a I them turned on their back J POEM OF WOE Author Sec and run w 105'of'S.; t' .- S

:rop like millet you can have kicking. They may even crawl Unknown }'tforaPORr.uu .. 5 Home Beautiful I Streit's Bicycle Shop
Hull's Brake & S. Auto Trim
N Supply
105
: Ft. WIOS .
I hloradane mixed in your fer- off and out of sight before I 'Ta.x his. cow, tax his goat, I ITix .
Cushman
"Ft '
S' 115: Ft, H: 105 '. S & Vespa ScootersDncati
I I ulizer. You. will need to i the die. I his pants tax his boat, i I, Ft. to POB S
place 20 I
I I 2 ,oLesU1" y&tti $i.64 "BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Complete Auto Upholstery Furniture Co. BSA-Zundapp
!I Qora I .
ai.SB "
; tax ,
-iur order a few days ahead CONTRAVERSIAL PESTI- ; Tax'his tractor his ul1 Cor.m Stc ..
&rinW3i5for Tailor Made Seat Covers Motorcycles-Sales & Sen'SCHWINN
!
or. your work flaj: so that your I CIDE INFORMATION may If, he hollers, tax him' more. I I. a- FOIL run JN 1 Oc! : :':. ,. .. For Every Car or.Truck Convertible Tops CO3IPLETEDECORATING BICYCLES

dealer will have time to get I II have raised some doubt in ; Teach him taxes is the rule. P't.. W 210 Ft, ,,,8 SERVICE
I 60S N. W. 8th. Avenue" Locksmith
Turning Grinding Relining & Safe Work
lOS't
: ; E 21Q Ft.to' :
mind that pesticides are Tax him taxes is the rule. .
I 'FOB t.O I 22 ti'fit.. ; While You Wait Gainesville 373-8661 Nationally 86IS 1; W. University Ava.
The secret.in having chlordane necessary and safe. PESTICIDES -. Tax him "till he's good and LOt9 of. Blk -2 '1 ip r''t', 12.27: Known Brand Names Gainesville 378-7761

I : mixed in your fertilizer I IF USED ACCORDING sore, Com Sunny\ of Acres'W side S/D of, ) t 'ill .AHierta..S .. TfSOlI, :3.35! 1314 S. Main Gainesville I GUARANTEED: PRICES

9 to get 2 pounds of techni-I TO DIRECTIONS ,ARE' Tax his coffin, tax his grave, :Jld 00-00 Ft.'K .. S ,&, : S72-H97 BEAUTY SCHOOL MUSIC SUPPLIES

f "al chloradane per acre. Ifvou SAFE. There is from one to Tax the sod where he's laid from.S IJu a' Sir y.a.. : .: z. Assurance of Satisfaction

I three million dollars and from When he's gone we won't relax Ii of'S\V i & tun S CONVENIENT TERMS
are spreading 400 pounds ,
N 504 Ft W :21S.: 5' Learn Complete Beauty Culture FREE PARKING Gridley MusicCo
i fertilizer per acre then you j i three to six years invested in S 18T.91 :H.;t6 PQB S S S AUTO SALES & SERVICES
Girls Women :Men
t '?. til need 5 pounds of 50 per I research before a pesticide IsI We'll be after inheritance tax. Of' BK 21 pi ,571. 21 1 22 1 Carl. -M. Ritch 83.54 I 1703 N. Main St. Gainesville Inc.
Tuition Budgeted
I Parcel DeS.(!.or Bk 17- ., -
j Williams.. 173. .- 21 4 23 |Am ;' TUllims et 1,1Ul LINCOLN 5EERCUKYpOMET FREE PLACEMENT CENTRAL .jORIDA'S

,,9 Band Parents: Mrs. Alma Lot 10 1 in thru N Reno 6of= Blk '', Utlyei; Bet tJnez MAT 3BETCOE Special Brush-Up Courses GARDEN SUPPLIES
S/D : ;
.: ... .Higrhtower. 10.27 Complete Music Stork
J YT.TTVTTTTVTTVVTTYTYTTTTTTTVVVTVTTVTTTTVTVryNEWS Jenkins, Mrs. Margaret JDe- Lot 3 of Elk 2 t> inN .
Pianos
Sue. L. B. Monroe, 1ellY Reno S/D slly, P,. Wi1liiJn' :.5 Authorized Sales-Service- Central Hairstyling; by Baldwin, Storey A
I II OF INTEREST TO COLORED Scott Jr. :I.ot:1ofVIk1ftGa.: -.' .:.'. T,wi.J f\ : Parts Clark: Henry L. Miller.

I\ hasan sIn :; J' j 'Ioyd'Piekens- Johnson & Faris Inc. Fisehek
:.n S College
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY 10. PTA: Rev. Levy Lennon Lot 8 of -Blk 1 in CA-r ; 5, ; 'Trained Mechanics-Good Organs by Baldwin & Conn

Mrs. Sarah J. Morris, Mrs. ba8'an SID IX RAW S Aa.roJl..HoU %.55. Complete Line of

By Elizabeth Glvens Louise Broxton, Willie Brown Lot 10 in Blk 3 In:. 'Ga. ..If :: ,0-- **-. Used Cars 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville SEEDSPLANTSIFERTILIZERS Gibson & Qretch Guitars-
t\ hag3n' S/D Wilh1eGrenComS60'E&30N 2.53 3764105 Amplifiers
I Willie Pittman. '
II A A AAAAAAAAAA4IA4A4AA 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAA4 Insecticides' 1004 N. ':Main
I L -Pet
I Let's all get behind these of.aweorothw1 14 '. Barkley Motors Supplies

School News 3rd place: Blond Ena Dell, I committees and see what .a of .SWtf s ; N 106', 'E S ,. "Wd Rent Fertilizer Spreaders" Gainesville Shopping Centet
,58V 100. v sr S
.
The annual Baccalaureate Bertis: Parks Dorothy Ann I I great, improvement we camake toFOB 22 < 22I Willie Le. 'Pearc 24.76 &1& N Main, Gainesville BUILDING MATERIALS 224 N. W. 8th Ave. New and UsedPIANOS

; S'' .:mon will be held in the Hankerson.4th in our areas before Com 866'. E "& 36 PHONE 372-0476

I RJE cafetorium at 3 pm. Sun- place:' Janie Mae Scott, June 1. II W X .;of, SW of .SWU.Cor of "A:K- : I Gainesville Fla. GUITARSDJtU11SS11EE'J

e.y.;. May:26. Rev. W. M. Fer- Dorothy Perry Minnie Pearl Notice I j I 220' for FOB, B : B & G Motors Co. Ridgway Roof MITSlr.
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rson. AS.,'S.T.M.. pastor ofllnunt Moore, Winifred Sherman, The Senior Class of RJE I 100'. N 50'T l.$.% First Mtj Corp Budget TermJLillian'
S 50' to, FOBv 22 21 of Staart 20.81Lot
Pleasant Methodist Azalea Wilson Ruby Lee Rev- requests that all gifts be I Parcel Desc i inDB itU 'cArnLLACoLDSMOBILEF85HJLLMAN Truss Co. INSULATIONROOFINGAll

C'LUrch of Gainesville will eL brought to the commencement 22 : 6 22 Johnmy Line 2.55 Music Store

d, liver the message. 5th place: Frankie Lee Jack program on May 29.. Suitable Parcel Desc ia DB,S.'-- \ Wood Trusses & American "Gainesville Leader"

All persons are invited to I son. Gladys. Odum. receptacles and' attendantswill 4U G of Elk >3 Nat; 22lj22.. ..... Walter., *.. West-,.- :.:$5f. Sales and Service Prefabricated (Components (Insulation & RoofingCO. Since 1933,

and asked to be I Clean-up Pal t.up receive them in the .. Size Free Estimates
:dtend are on li.braryv Williams SID : >LOtUS Mae Reynolds 4.09 Any 112 S. E. First Catae TlH

.une in order .to secure seats.!! Fix-up Campaign _.,.... Lots 19' & 22 ofBIk *v-; {D; -; t-tto. ... lN.r! W 13th..Rtv441 1182 So. :Main Gainesville .

Frtshion I Show A Success I I Mayor Randal Chitty, along Engagement Announced- aID 2 in Xaf'WllliiiBB. S'j'r .EJizibethT. .Givens,. .' ... + 1.61. S'PHONE S S;"S S76-7515 S TeL 372-3961-Collect Call New Roofs Shinglesor !, MOVER 7

Mi's. George of the Home with others of the beautifi- I Mr. and Mrs. Willie, E. Me- I'i' ILot in NWof "'
Economics\ Dept. of RJE wish- ; cation committee met with a '! Collum of. Starke wish to an- j SW; as Desc.,in ., 4 II- .. ;. S Roof Cleaning & Repairs I Gainesville

cto thank the citizens, pa- group of citizens from Reno ; nounce the engagement of !I II RW DB 70 In PpJS01 1a.tTiI.: e* "John., Jb, '.. S ',' Crane Motor Co. CEMENT Fiberglass Insulation

ons, teachers, and students and Thurston section of the I their daughter, Barbara Ann Hams SID 23 I !2 ..Annie WulUns {..OS.r Blown or Batt MayflowerLOCAL

'.v ho came out last Sunday af- I t city last week. A lively discussion I Stalls, to Mr. Willie Coley. Com at SW Cor 'of :: -. S LARK ANGLIAENGLISH Contractor or Retail AND LONG

MVU! of SWU runE .i __ S LINTELS WINDOW SILLS DISTANCE MOVING
t t,rnoon and helped to makeie was held on the Cleanup also of Starke. Wedding arrangements -, 400 FtX 46* .. FORD DAY or :NITE

> Fashion Show a success. Paint-up, Fix-up Cam- will be announced E 250; Ft. for POB : : \ STEPPING STONES 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville Storage And Cr ting

You: were a wonderful aud- paign which will run from after the six-month engagement j Cont E 250 Ft.:...S S MERCEDES BE..Z"OLYO "If' It's Cement Wi Cast It" I I Gainesville Phone 376-fit24
I 100 Ft, W'250Ft, :

1 lisha Burke, the Burkee Bee Thompkins.was made gen- I CHURCH NEWS 100' ,22 I !3. & Pet r80J1 U.! S JANITORIAL SUPPLIES I! Security Transfer

WOBS radio'station. I I eral chairman of the Reno Greater Bethlehem Free :; W S to;' oi X &::i7s"; of S S. "Complete Service for All Precast Products i I II
_
S 356.25' of W\J f s- I
Each year awards are giyen!i and Thurston sections. He I Will Baptist. Regular services j SW% .Of BWU ex .- ..1 '. /' Makes". 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville & Storage, Inc.

'ir> outstanding work done. asks for the cooperation of :! were held last Sunday and iI i RfW' t, :2 8:3 rune6r 'tii.nc.Co.Corn : 21.18 PHONE 372-0953 Mops & Mopping Equipment AGENTS FOR
I at SW Cor of; JS- 506 E. University Ave. i" Brooms Brushes
daring the current year. plus : all citizens in cleaning up and visitors were welcomed from i i I WUX504': E :200! .; > S I. Washes Cleaners FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER ,
Ipearing in the Fashion I making our surroundings more I Daytona Beach. Choir No. 1 I for POB. E 50','X .S S S 5,. S .
: 100* .W 58',. S 100* S PHONE 3724343Gainesville Rest Room Supplies Inc.
) will rehearse Monday at 8
beautiful and attractive. p. CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST
Show. The lucky ones for this toFOBbeingozLLa- f.; I J.1: i THE Loral & Long Distance IlovtJIrCrafingStol11rePaddnr
'.ear are listed below. I The following committees m. Tuesday night, Faithful I mar St. ; :22! 6 22. .Emaau; .l, Pop 27.57 Fla.r !

The Grand Award goes for I| have been appointed by Prof Few Club meeting. Wednes- :I Cern at, NW Cor 'of t ":3..iL: ,Don MacClellan Co.; Phone 316-2668
I SWU of.SWU & : '
Thompkins and the duties of j day night, general Prayer I S .r/" ) ; 1 THAT ALL'YOUR
./oik done outside of teacher. II run S. 160 Ft for a Janitorial & Maintenance I 1040 So. Main Gainesville
upervision. Two students each have been assigned: Meeting. Thursday night, I FOB then run E,2t, )$ S S. ,:-:' DODGE-DART CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE .
Choir No. 2 'I i Ft. s 50 Ft w eeoI () : '. Supplies I -
and
Ladies DODGE
Circle \ TRUCKS !
Jean I 1. American Legion: Hay- I THE BEST FROM NEON SIGNS
liare this award: Betty !I Ft X 30 Ft to PQB -' 1315 N. W. 4th. Place __
Crum. 1st place: and Mary ; wood Brooks, Clarence DeSue, meeting in the home of Mis. ex R/W 22 M" R4114h l 'Coi S.S8 Gainesville S72-2723 I
I ; Louise Lindsy at 819 Oak St. Com at XW Cor of .Sa1e&aServiC8 Edwards Jeffcoat
William Holland. HarryYoung. S Building II
: M. Perdue, 2nd place. SWU of SWU & .. .
j Anyone who would like to join runS 210 FtE100FtorLPOB. CARS TOO
USED
The other awards are issu- Inc. !I Neon
Supply Signs
2. Legion Auxiliary: Mrs. L. i I in 'Aith.us to rea4\, and study I run ., S ,
LADIES WEAR i
with
'd for regular class work, S1Q0Ft.E9FtV259
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j M. Royal, Mrs. Ruth Holland, t! the Bible is welcome. Prayer ;i X 100 'Ft, \ Ft Pool -Gable Motors i NEON PLASTIC PAINTED
inners as follows: J Mrs. Corrine McNeal Mrs. A. Band meets Friday night at i to. FOB 22 22 L1._ Ty.&.o* et."I' (.14 726 S. Main-372-4844 Neon Designing! Neon Repair

1st place: Betty Louise Tuc- I I T. CHandler, Miss M.F. Jen- the home of Mrs.. Sarah :, 1 Lot in .SE Cor ,of S 119 S.- E., 1st. Ave. Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. Cherry'sGainesville's Erecting, Maintenance;
Ett Qf. WI
Irene Pittman. ofXE1.4 -
:er
: tins. Prince.-Miss Rebecca Allen.. I U belne 100' X--.&: S PHONE 872-4343 I 1611 S. Main Gainesville
2nd place: Elizabeth Crum 3. Masons: Prof. A. O. Jen- I reporter. I 8 bySO', E &-,W 22 t 22 Elizabeth J. Given 16.37 ELECTRIC. MOTORS Moat Fashionable Phone Day 312-0302

Barbara McCollum Marian ; E3AOfS4. of SEU Address For Ladies:
Kite
Barbara Hankerson. kins, John Diggs, Julius :Royal. Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. .of SWU. of STTU2' S 23 S.. C. .\. Cruto 3.32 S7-8-8897_
Jenkinse. 4. Boy couts: Clarence Wil- I I Members and friends are asked I Lot i 3) of Blk! 2 In *, S l AUTO, SALVAGE DRESSESSUITSCOATSiLtTEUSITY I

THE RIGRT POINT for .th<, liams.. B. T. Marshall Jr.. ;I to attend a business meet- ; ex Bradford S 110' Hts B/D- : Jacqueline!' A. Moorer 9.23iloffera Electric Motor WEARACCESSORIES OFFICE EQUIPMENT

way yon write. Come In and i 5. Girl Scouts: Mrs. E. J. G.. ing Saturday, May 25 at 7:30I .W 40 }'tofN105; Ft : .- .5 S Paul's Auto
select your favorite ESTER.' Walker. I p.m. General pastoral service I, of E\4 of X\VU -' t: )lablBittlA s I Salvage Repair Co. 105 W. University. Gainesville Parker'sMost
of SEH of NE i- :::S S 23WH 10.77
BROOK Fount-tin Fen. TELE,! 6. Religious Organizations:. i' will be.held each fourth Sun- I of SEU ofiSEU -' .. '.\ We Buy' Wrecked Cars At OF GAL"ESYILLJINC.. ,file's Most Complete Of.

GRAPH.WILLIAMS. > Rev. Jc P. Franklin. Deacon. day at 7 pm.-r-rrs: E. J. Her- of NEex'E0'2I 22Blk hPercy.SuU1V&n U..* TOP floe Equipment & Machine
PRICES I
01 -- =:... Saul Hankerson, Rev. L. Mc-, mon reporter. I .A eat 1 Lot on.SSide .' .. : : '. COMPLETE ELECTRIC MATERNITY WEAR Store.
_____ t First beIng. 220 Ft;> ',." .. S ; MOTOR
Born Church of All ,1takf'l Models Office
Kay, Walter Thomas. the Ll&Wby7.f't. 5,4 S & Used Complete Planning

I ] i, 1. Education: C. E. Clark, 1 Living God. The Gospel ems X &' S on W id4 .,.... :.. .(.-- Parts SALES AND SERVICE Nan's Underwood Products

Herick Mortis, Mrs O. W., i ders of Jacksonvile will appear by on R 84.7Ft sd! la iNA'S.:..BlatxdIne ."' : ,J .,' t" ". ; !4 Teletype Service-We will tint "Distributor of Stork Shop 601 W. University Ave.

I George. Mrs. M. J. White. | at our church on May 26. ,S/D .r ,- .. ,.VurfInU. .q. W.:. Smith' ':S.03' any part toP you. New Lincoln Motors' Special Occasion Dresses To Gainesville 372-2555
Everyone' is invited S'.i of tAt 8' & AllLot \ z S co '
JEWELRYREPAIRS 8. Businesses: Macy Lane, I to attend. .. S .. ;" Phone 376-4512 PHONE 372-8318
'' .!" --- I Every Day Sportswear
I 9 of BUndinr '
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Mrs. Sallie Williams Fred. : Elder Flax Howard. pastor. I I SID ..0 t :L Junius 1C.. ,.,Smith 60.79 1301 3. }Main Gainesville 1030 S. Main. Gainesville Formats-Long Dresses, Slim ROOFING
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Lots 10, 11 ex W 200') 't. sLots ,
I I!. 13. 14 'of .,. ., ,,.. Jim .Shorts-Matching Tops The Helzel Co.
TVATCUESDIAMONDSAH I. -Blk C In BUncUB AUTO TIRES FLOOR COVERING BABY GIFTS

NOTICE. I sIn exT ISO' of .. 114 So. Main Gainesville ROOFING S
Work Guaranteed :, Lot. 13 4: 14 part ,'tI I *
Xottee is hereby given that on. the 31st day of May 19S3 at SHEET METALS
I Blk' FOR
f C, E of Creek THE BEST IN
Starke, County of Bradford. state of Florida, tar sale ,
certificates '
A. C. Williams I will be sold on the followfag described land to pay the amount I & W ef 'ditch S .'Virginia W.S Smith 11.53 RECAPPINGCars Central Florida Tile MEN'S STOREH. AIR DOXDITIOMNO

du) for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all costs i -Lots 5&7of Blk Trucks Tractor No Job Too Large Or Too Small
-
142 W. Can St. 13" in'oriff' Town, of ';
S
of such sale and all advertising. 45'I
I Btark u. Yr$. W. T. Marshall 58.20 I 100% Grade A Cold Rub rFacury & Marble Co. M. Chitty & Co. 202 S. E. 4th St. GaInesvIlle
Starke. Fla. I Ilk 14 ex Hoover lot Si
Xo. Deseriptiot PHONE 372-1491
_::... ...... I Amnut f Taxsof i iI .I i in SE cot in Ori: Bradford Baildinrr Trained Rvcapper CARPETS BY _
.. land 8 T R A Onner aai a SINCE
: ; I C iU I Tow of Starke S : ., lac 1.6.03tE7OFtotL.otnf English Tire & Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, 1902 PHOTO SHOP
'I: 3-XE of-NEl .. N I 1 S .Downs Curlee Suit
: E of Ri\.er' (7 11 I'R. D. &: Corthr Cellon %.n .Bk 27 Original ,' .,. .1; *":" { ;' t Arrow Norris
I& 'I : Room Size-Wall to Wall Casual Shirts
Recapping
-Bes :77s' S ot Town of Starke ex i Fuller's Foto Inc.
HTV ,. & Underwear ,
I XECorotNew1 U I S \ W. iCasters 22.58 Installation
S
!, of XW%. S !to', W Com on N side ot -: 1111 S. Main street Armstrong and Kentile Stacy Adams Nnnn- Central} Florida's Finest
:ie' N no* E -io' Ma4ison St where U ., 14 -- Gainesville 372-2197 of"
to Beg Ex 'R/W- 1 I 29 : 1- Robert ,F. Moody 11.51. inter E side 'of S ;" Floor Coverings Busch Shoes. Selection
t JOA-Com at SE Cor Court -"St-Jb run E COMPLETE LINES OF Stetson & JIallory Hats. New & Used Cameras
XEH of XEU run J. 201 FLN1OSFtW 1 S.E.'First St. Gainesville! Photographic Equipment &
X 105' for FOB'Cent 22 Ft7fnN 40 Ft f Automatic TransmissionsONE TILES MARBLE I
I X 210v :10S .* 'S- .Ft W 40 14Ft _; II I i Supplies
1540 Waldo Rd. G'vffle 376-6408
:lo' E 210' to POB 11 C 20 Milford K. Camphell ILSf then Wly con 52 Ft | Blanc it White Finishing
; 4"
s i to Court- St .the S MONUMENTS I
184-Lot 4 of Block' 125. Ft to POB 2S I 21 I. 2L :P rryaiai 51.3 I In Before Noon-Out at 5
: fi I: S3 in Towa of New .- S DAY SERVICE 1619
W. University Gainesville
River %3.:( I 20 ,Jesai t'rf.ti.. Aas.st I Gainesville Granite
S vcU Eat. C.ll ."' ..- ,. f Taxes FARM & INDUSTRIAL
DEMONSTRATION : .t laid l T I
ASK F0' FREE: X57- WW of SWUof IT. ': Q'u! sad C.t.
SW ;,i & : Ain Com at- NW Car of ? ALL wcEs-REPAIR I & Marble Works TYPEWRITERS

Command Gravely Power SE Cor of SWVi, of Southern Oil It Call & Bay Sts, .. ",a : ,4. i I ; AND EXCHANGE
; SWW Ex R/W I '1:0 1% Chemical Ci. run X 1C.Si Ft; TT P.- CEMETERY MONUMENTS
71.J5 1I4 .Ft f87 .POR .. S. Central Tractor Co. Hancock Typewriter
4 .
Terry's Saw Shop Ii2, Lot & of, Blk 1. run X 94.31 Ft. Wly S.- S Gator Automatic & MARKERS: ,
in Ward City 1:0 Mrs. L. A. Greea S.fl 155.77 Ft. Sly 78 Ft .;. i '. FCRD TRACTORSFord Lettering & Cleaning
T i.
278-Lots 34. :5 ai I t. \ Exchange
No.2 of Blk 8 InWard: ,. I Ely 155: Ft to PQB.2S' I U 1J.. stostin. 6U Transmission Service Farming Implements Domestic & Industrial Marble
W 2of "V
Lots
3 & 4 ; t
I ity Ex W 36' S 7 29 G. E. Green' 7.34. of Blk 1C 1 la'L T. ...- "!r : ',--,*> : Agricultural Industrial & 'Granite I JOHN HANCOCK

2022 N.-E. 23rd Blvd. SLots Blk 13 .in 11.Ward 1!.City ot.| 1:0 ..Seth v Lester pi I I EV it of Cos Lots SID 4 lot' ..S&i # "' ;.,'"Carrit Colcuaa .,- I.2J INC. Complete S Service & Parts Dept. Coffee Tables Counters Victor<
Gainesville Phone 372-3588 I 375-X4'-of SWU of I ,I *. Blk. 18 -in L T :', :: .;: '.i .: ...it a Good Used Equipment .Fireplace S flcgu-Sale: 4 Senke
XWU. & :All NWU : .Gret her ,S cos SD.. .*. ct Joe Cs1s&: T. 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) flU N. W. 6th. Gainesville 2135 S. E. 4th St. 431 N. Main Gainesvflle
ofXW 'SofRd -la7 20 UtXieboluat1 r
k :1.:. 5 5-* 'i' I
.. .. .. "oN .5' _, .Ci. Gainesville, PHONE 372-0372 PHONE 376-5430 Gainesville 376-6151 Phone 376-5551
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,I Ailking tony Charities .,.r.....,... ..,..R...,.....,..k.v...... 1vn..r......,.....:..........JJ.. .r..A............. r.f,.......A.......4..n......}.........h............,.....,.................v.............. ,......J...,..........r..o....F..7..........,.l ,,..,...,.....J..r.,.,:..r....{......................,..a......,..,...,.,..............A...,......,.r...a........,................r..t..r.r.7...,N.L yf.r.+., .n k...............a..........?.7..f..}a.?,Aiv.r....s ...2s.!.%.n...,:4Y.9C'r...., ..............aa.... J.,.......\.., .r,.......................a r.....:.: .........:.:.;a'.r.. .v:..}:'T.a.::.:.:,. ... .. ..a..,.}. v kv, :.a::,T:-?:.:' ti ;s Tx,:,S}i \.h.?.a\\,o\\.:.,.\: \3 ,. s. a..Vad\ti\+TP-a:.,.v..v\\. ..r\C: .,:...,.%.' .,'. : \::}\Y; Jt{:.':{v .\. ..wx.

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By Russell Kay .....


[Americans are the most genIttous ., .,:1 't,.: :..:;:*.......;.:'..,;.... ;,>v. ,.*.',;::.......:..:;;:.'.*'.:.x..x... ....;.:.;.:,..x&.1&q.:,: : :.:.'>..:.'.>.'.>,;:>:;.:......:.;...:<. ;.;:;:: .>.:."" ..,"f.. >to.' {;,'.. : .' ... .: : i '.", .. .y., .
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> y ..n;:;*:.x,, ;;:; .;:: '';::;: <> :: ;; )'; ::::;..; ; :;: >> ; ;&: : ,> ,
/ and charitable people onearth. f..r.r.:.... J.!<::: 'Y;'.;>;:;.t>:. :> :":l=::> ;:\':=:'::" ':::;:;;::;::: :::z1 :: :t 'l i. ; : "
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,. i. They are also the biggest ":*Wk\: M. : .itWh=: : (: < ;> ; \ ..AWIIi

suckers. .. ...... ... ..FtJ.."..,.. k'l..... .:..; ..: ..,;"" ....>; .: = ., '''''.'': &a.'X<": '.;w.'W..;..:...;......:x...;.,...,. >> '' ;." ; .'''; :< ",, !i:
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Each year Americans shell: : :i; .... :> :' : ) ':' ,, ':< : ')( ,>;, \ ..., ... ... ,,
[out over $8 billion for :sweet }.r :::: ::A 'tl'i'i, if t.it, ;[::; <;",,;, *B;;:; $; t : : : ::.<< ;# .f : % l/t. : -1 -i tl1 : ;

: i charity. In addition to this :?w, .. CV.q'u\4ya...L'. rnGrx.
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I .' tremendous cash contribution I .' whou. .,:r:;:'s': 'itr:}>%".a{.,.:,x{ : :}:'%: : i it :: }>r't, ; ''ird8ir;ifi';':}}tip'%:,' +' T TRqjA. r ii
T' 'ajRiu;
.: } :,: .r : ..a 4r.'tifi+'! asv: y-%}x}: ; ., ..... .. ,. ,d.. .. .. ... ,
they contribute millions of : i: ,'Y.H: .' .. r t. ..:jt ... ... ...'" > "" "" !!'s. -
; ':,, :'A '' '''''.>>'''''''''' ''''''''''' ':';'''''' '
'(; W'' >>' '
man hours tramping the i1fti ;;:r i;gi $imD 1fJ1#:?'tY ;::}j;{;.i. t''::'tGl FULL CUT ROUND, CUEE OR

streets, ringing door bells, : : ........ .... ...., ..,..,qo. .. ., J ,..
; ':<" s',7r:, ; ,,OVf T INSPECTED : PORTERHOUSE STEAKS i LB 73c
making speeches, shaking cans \i' /1 I K :; ,:;r3.A: : Ks SIRLOIN OR T-BONE 1
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or begging on street corners. 1 ..
I .. J BONELESS
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I Your postman is burdened i .1tWt. .'.. LOWEST PRICE EVER BIID ET
'II
down with letters begging for e J MAYFAIR, NEW IMPROVED, FLA. GRADE 'A1 x S STEAK LB 8e AIL RJEAT STEW LB 59c

I funds or carrying unordered 1
FRESH QUALITY CONTROLLED
t merchandise, neckties, ball Jjtt 1t: ':" : COTTAGE CHEESE t BEEF J .
I point miniature auto : GROUND BEEF. 3 LBS 99c
pens i'.v =% -Ji f.* .
i .

)1) tags and,a address raft of other labels stuff., stamps The I (.;.:....*. .....*'o'o.::.' !(;;:';'.';;:";w.:::' ._....._......,...""*<.i'p5,:Hi. '>'5 i;_-s/* '*f j'* lB CUP. [ """ .1L.,' .T'.... "':..!. ......... -. ..,........".1.i .. -....,....-.-.. .'X'. -'_'..,_,,... ,'.... .. ,, '., ..
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I appeals are never ending and : PRICES GOODTHROUGH LlMIT.3
never over. The war cry Is: THE FLORIDA GRADE W FRESH

; "(JIve, give give-help, help, l

help.Have" you ever wondered I; WEEKEND .. ) I Ib e


you cause just give how you actually much were. of goes supporting the to money the? r ,: QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED STEW IN (I HENS I, (whole)


I I Out of those $8 billion how ---,\ fNerchantsa .,,,w----'t.tf"--- -- -.------" -_.._.-- :-'--._......._-_...

J much children really goes, the to blind aid ,crippled the- zrzNsw1Ps: ;;-. --- nTIT1Yn2ii- 1 BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN BI=EF -. .. :.

mentally ill, the disabled veterans -
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?I I ii.f seekers.trade It by isn't the secret Ask easy enterprising the, carefully to tired find out.mother guarded money It'sa ,, ;1 .1{ t1 ciki 1 CHUCK 0 IlL' ST Ib __ (


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who marches to your door I ,

seeking funds. She doesn't r ro / KEY BRAND, BONELESS ALL SOLID ) BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN BEEF
know. You get indefinite answers \ CUTTlN,1.L:069: :
I
I never a certified public JI
t
I accountant's report giving the I r .
in black and white. S S S:
figures
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: 6 9cLAMB
Chances are if you are bold : TENDER SQUARE CUT SHOULDER '. LB

enough to ask such.a questionyou ROAST
will be glared at and informed ROAST LB 39c

that no good citizen Liir' I
f S : I ) I
f would question such a worthy BLUE RIBBON QUALITY ROLLED
I DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT SHOULDER ,
effort t
r : Boneless Chuck Roast IB 69c
worried EFIff*EteBgggOiJtBBIB
If the question has i
: you and you would like to i! SPECIAL! ALL MEAT, SKINLESS LAME CHOPS LB 49c

know more about how these I| I ___ @229m19 iI1Q
national fund raising outfits !! : 1 1 d SMOKED ru
i, operate how much they spend\I I ARMOUR FRANKS r t 25' FREE STAMPS WITH FARMER GRAY THICK (M1


on organization efforts, how and much fundraising sal r 1#' ,a>aI 6 U t.I', SLI. BACON ;!!..2 K. 8gc I 100 FREE I!

r ary the top officials are paid I RELB: 49c : I

and what Is left after the G COOK QUICK BRAND INDIVIDUAL 2 OZ \JCUBED

I "expense' is deducted I sug-j I I S9 s I M&\dr- f "A I

: gest you get a copy of the : -.J STEAKS FOXI0 10'| FOR 89c

l, March issue of TRUE maga- .... or. == I, :,[ 'J LIMIT- PER FAMILY
i zine and read Ralph Lee : WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER

4 Smith's article entitled "Stop SAVE M .* AMERICAN BEAUTY .. ''': ': EXPIRES MAY 26, 1963 p
I. the Can Shakers." I l =.::=::.. =-__-ZL.L.-:::: ::: ; :::._ --: ::--z: :: ;:::::2i DRESSED PAN READY SKINLESS & BONELESS GROUPER : Pp i 1 Il

You will learn about one TOMATO CATSUP SAVE 44 WHITING LB 15c FISH FILLETS u 59c L
charity outfit that collected I
LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF 12 oz UN 49c S
i over $2 million in the name of

underprivileged kids and then I'
c 4rrrrrrrrr.rrrrr.rrrr-
quietly folded with no evidence ...

nickle of to having the kids.contributeda I BOTTLE 14 OZ 15 .... .;'>< .'"''''. t w.e,4; e'+. '"A.Ip irllJ hlaehaet lj

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CRaHf
You will learn about the :\ I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS
0 1 WiT :x .J I
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director of another well known SAVE It
Mir '
CIB (
SAVE 10 GREEN STAMPS
I '
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money seeking group who increased n'F' ., ITS P..,ra PURE ALl VEGETABLE' \ : IOUPOHAHOl\IICtW&Qf :
,,_;,, r.; Whip :
;
I his own salary from .I AMERICAN BEAUTY ['lASE ? rrIa Et 1Io.o.D tI."" ., R F QQ'\J 20 0:, Can Reg. or
$25.000 to $48,000 without even w a SALAD DRESSINGMIRACLE I \ I I' Hard to Hold Revlon IPORK
: LIVING CURL 32
bothering' to get the 'approvalof 1 ..
j awr OffJO WESTArIt1GV11raatw 1,1 mtou !..
the board of directors. You & BEANS SANrtORIJ COFr'; ; .: WHIP /rrrrrrrgpAttW S: -a9-e7.rarrr: ..
will learn that another prominent !- !t
S
j 'u
organization that employs SAVE 4Y2 : : I j: ,drr.rrrrrr.rrrrrr.rrr-

o 450 people in its national 'j\ c I !WlJ | Merchant* Ii IiI
office 300 of whom work BIG 15 dt 1 vJ > '

exclusively at fund raising. I j I 29 OZ lB ., 1 I FREE EXTRA J ott '_NfW*. >]: =

could goon, but get the CAN ,. 3. (
C CAN TR : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS :
,
azine and read it for mag-I'I ... ... ... ............. .a 3 J JTR C ta un B coufow: NB WlQI.
I'i, You will be amazed and .... "..... 1 F:DQ'i
'J Ulusioned.Where t:4: :: l.B CAN \ > IJ 6TsIXCEDRIM(
II''
:!' n'
we had three or four J a I'a

t fund raising groups a few ."......n : \ SAVE 211 FOOD FAIR SAVE IDI FYNE.TASTE SAlAD .... .e a.cc...IOHIO.../ *fIU4;'OtIIf.-..trtCO -w WIl"rDtlkIOtJ.I.........

years ago we now have hund- L8 SAVE 54PURE ,.' .
: .. ---
y
reds. Maybe you like to throw !I R COFFEE 38t./ ... '>? 4 DRESSING I 29 ,' ---------------.t

: your money down rat holes or I CAN. ...,.....{. LARD 31ALR5 25flimitl Qt '1i3jILl Merchants .
are too timid to ask questions ;, limit Coffee (your choice) ; : >. limit (your choice) Wlta! I It
'
: {' about where it goes after you I I with 1$0. fro r.food. .r d er tJI.t: .;, ;$S; or (more year fsod choice: order) w'ih/ : <. 5S" more food order s I R FREE EXTRA _. _, :

t give it, but I can tell you a t LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED \: ;
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPSliiterirw
'
lot: of folks: are getting good I 'y\ FF l v k Dv WGtlltOfowaau+anlwcl itry !

', and fed up and if something i BLUEBERR Y PIE ,.<,>.,,..,.'. .. -i"/ a.'" r 4 + :; 'QQQ'l.j Thrift Pack
!' isnt done to curb the racket, !,I _:::;"":\4.\1':"; : -,..; '"'.' ._ \ II.? : __ ..
even the worthy organizations ; TOOTHPASTE 14-
( MAOCr'N In alRAaRICWalO.Ia Mfr/da RIIOUoIL !
.
will find less and less *-
moneyin i /rrrrr'UU& S"a9-6J arrrrM
their calls.I FROZEN FARMHOUSE, Chocolate Coconut Lemon or Banana
.--------------------.
\ 1 8 1LL C ROSEDALE MIX or MATCH SALE SAVE ,
j7 CREAM PIES 2 SIZE 79c
Ii Iif
R.THE s, JU'!RIGHT write.POINT CANto fort a74 I REG, SLICED BEETS7 CICANS X PKGS ilt-dia.-

*<* year f.t.rit* ESTER. 0 WHOLE BEETS 170 CANS $ ; FREE: EXTRAMERCHANTS It
:EVAPORATED MILK FYNE-TASTE CARNATION ,
ON
J SAVE I
Pea. GREEN STAMPS
ROOK Fountain TELEGRAPH. i
LADY FAIR 1L814OZ 0 ALL GREEN LIMAS 17 OZoZ CANS wm ms COUTON AND niutua er =
I II 8 $ 00 7 $ 00 :
I REAL APPLESAUCE ICED .. AP. MILK 1 1 0l4
EV
1 IV TUB CHUT COUIT OF : < J PEAS & CARROTS 17 CANS 6 TALL CANS TALL CANS : 'r Tel r 32 Oz.REALEMON =
T ii K Kir.imi jiuici.u. \ LOAF CAKE 49 JUICE M
l'IRct'ITOP FLORIDA. IX nant win ta njKMut. .
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AMI FOR RRADPORU COl'XTV. ; 0 GOLDEN CORN SSSS \ sa43 ---
'_ : FRE-MAR IN HEAVY SYRUP '
ix ('U.\'('':U'- ( bE q "APPESAUCE 'INSTEAD .i" .
:\o. 13.213 OF WATER INRrn BATTER" / 0 WHOLE KERNEL .41--------------------. t
T.A. Davis and his ,. ,, GOLDEN CORN SAVE 00
wife. Lee Perryman 1 avis ,.
and J. T. Quigley 'J
I and his wife, Minnie .
: 1r
Wynn Quigley. :
FREE EXTRA
Plaintiffs I
1-
-vs. i"4- 3! r- Au 1 W O 'Z : ; MERCHANTS> GREEN STAMPS :
Bradford Building Sup' : I : r aanuYNR
: ra/a+tcaaolta 11
ply Inc.. a Florid 1 J 1
'0p tb. 6 Stick M
corporation a Iterriloe Xachtmann.Defendants., t; I \ IRI!,.' Bs;:, > BonnetAAARCAR1NE :
Ripe s r; U.

Public XOTICK notice OP is hereby SALE given. TOMATOES ,\ ..MW___- It.'fWSWIISIOJIt__..,,,01'1"' S! 29-63 ttnTM101SROwaq .rrrrla.JI
that pursuant to and in strictaccordance
with the Final IVre rrrr.rrrr..rrrrrrrrr-
of Foreclosure enteredin T .-
I
thin cause on May =:. 1963, the ii ty 11 11I
undersigned aa Clerk of said I 1 /i'r I ,
Court ",-tit sM "the followingdes I l 1; '; I J

1 j in Bradford
I e\ wit:Work Fourteen (H) of the LB' ( -f: ; tf:k. f i MERCHANTS tuntnfatotvrrarollanwca GREEN STAMPS i iI
Original Town of Stark. I "_
Bradford .Oounty Florida, ..,L t. .;: : 1 pt3: of 12 udy Fair Pllin, E
a 1.t"r plat thereof recorded I \ i Cnnamort or Pow d ttd
I ... ---'r7r"'Y"r.': -; :% ..... ... "' ..' .: r -- '" .r'
s in Deed Rook X Page I= -y "-'" ----.....- _. .iW. .u.w r CAKE DONUTS 21'
75;;* of the public records of I I a r NAcamwTOUrutst :, eltaar/loutelwtc/ .E
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Bradford County Florida i.. : 4Namarr/a1. Dat9 ,'Z9-U.
SAVE AXU EXCEPTING
THKREFROM that portion '1
) :thereof described b% Deed DISHESSHINEWITHOtrrWIPIN(
J Book S!. Page 95 ft sea I j CREAMY LATHERING ...# THE HAND SOAP ASOFTERSMObTHERSKINWITH. 83e
"{. said public revord; I0c MEDIUM 25c" SOAP 2 21c DREFT DETERGENT OANTPKC
at public au'tlOIto Oil* nlgh *taud IVORY SOAP MEDIUM+! BAR ,LAVA SOAP 2 BARS CAMAY ARS
t best: bidder fur (rash at the <
South front door of the Bradford AMAziNGLY SUNSHINE GETWHI1ETHINGSWHITER
THE PROVEN BEAUTY SOAPIVORY MILD HARDWATER SOAPKIRK'S
County Courthouse In 73c
a t Stark hours*,of Florida sale, to-wit during: 12 Ue'o')legal loik SOAP 4 PERSONAL CARS '27c SOAP- /tK EARS l I9c Golden Fruit COOKIES''KG.. 29c OXYDOL lOc OFF GIANT PKG-

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noon 'P. June May't9bZ.. .. LEAVES CLOTHES SOFTER
Dated this 13.CHAKLnS AMERICA'S FAVORITE
A. DARBY, THE SOAP OF BEAUTIFUL WOMEN THEDEODOAANT.SOAP : 35c.THEFNAILYFAVORITE
As Clerk of the Circuit CAMAY SOAP o BATH 31c SOAP 2 R L. ZEST
4'ou.rt of Bradford' COUnty,1iorlda" BARS . lfJIfiI '
> WHITENER, KEEPS WASHABLES LOVELY. LONGER
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i WITH THE MIRACLE
CIRCUIT coruT SEAL) BEAUTY BATH:
EVERY BATH A
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'I of l. 8 T R A Owner aad Costs .f land 8 T R A Owner *ad Cent la.. STB A Owner
Ne. Deseriptloa Amount .f Taxr ,

RA1FORD of laid 8 T R 'A Owner and Costs Cont S along Rd 2685-Beg at Church 4383 1 Lot In XW

417 Ft W 293 Ft, Grade 50 on X side Cor of Lot 2 of Blk
'881-A-That Port of of Lamar St. ,5 run E 105.3'S ,
X 439 Ft, E 331 running -
SWU of SWU N Ft to POB 3 t 22 3 Joseph H. Gumber 227.40 E to WJ' of 110'. W 103.3, X: 110' '
&AAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAA & W of St Rd 227 12 1 21'; H. L. Hartley 83.17 SWU of SWU, X to FOB Elmer B. Thomas 711

893 of SEU 15 7 21 80 Martin 112.03 ,. _
WH Rodriquez
Mrs. ; OnA1 Lot 200' to Lumpkin Property 4391-W 100' of N' '
I, Charles Tomlinson 1183-1A in SE Cor 'i, ', > -'
; E&Wby218'-N: 50'. W to Chur Larry:: Lamar of SEU of NEt. .
and children spent Saturday of Lot 60 being "'I & S Beg 421.75 Gr, then to POE 50' 22 6 22 Williams S."I I
1 Viola G. Osborne 68.48 Ex R/W & Ea
Par
209.8 Pq Ft 13 5 22
with her parents the Frank X of SE Cor of .'
13S2- E 160' Of Lot Sec 9 6 22 Lester C. Griffls 7.11 2693 Com at SW Cor in XW Cor 150' Sq 33 I 22 .- H. L ,.Hartley 15.II
Browns of Lake Butler. % 1 & All Lots 3 & of SW'.. N 500'% E 4433-Com at XW Cor

The many friends of Henry 4 of Blk 8 in Law- j, !050-Tom at SW Cor 200' For FOB, E 50% of XEUof.. XWU

Thomas would like to tey W of R/W ', Bernard E. Pick 29.78 of E% of W% :ofSE" N 100', W 50'. S Run S 420', E !Iii' ," .

expressour 1392-Blk] 10 in Law- of SE'., E 100' to POB Being for POB. run X 320', '.

i deepest sympathy to the tey W of Ry : f Ellis Thomas Gibson 72.43 105';; for POB. X. on Lamar St. 22 6 22 E 100', S 3O'Y' 100'

Thomas family. 1407-Lot 2 of Blk 16 .. 420'. E 103' S 420 2699- Com at XW Emanuel Pope 7399 To rOB J3 6 22:! .VfrilMp. son 537

In Lawtey W of Ry Paul,F., Smith lUll to Bdry of Sec .W Cor of SWU of SW- .. rj
; I Mr. and Mrs. John Dekleof 1430-SH of Blk :25! in t 105' to POB 9 6 22 ,- Lulu-*Belle Terrell 1256 U & run S* 210 Ft, 4434-Com' at XW Cor ,,--. vt *' .

Fort Myers>' were recent Lawtey W of Ry f ; George F. Young Est 10.06 '. E100FtforaPOB. of XE".480'of .; '''

8 In Law James' BlaIne :2 2080! Com at SW Cor run S 100 Ft, run E S _s- to .
guests of Mrs. Alice Cason. 1468-Lot E'S side of Canal .. .:..' _
of for : : f
of
EC{ SWU of 259
27.8
tey E of RY' L' Testone Est Ft. X 100 Ft,
t Rev. and Mrs. Joe Dowlingof 1471Wf of Lot 10- 'XWU & Run N W 259 Ft to POB 22 6 ".3 Linnle Tyson "et al 17.02 POB 356 Cont to S 135': W ) I
400''for POB. E 200' Canal, Ely .
Bushnell A In E of Z'04Cm .
were TuesdayI Lawtey at XW ,
*,f Joyce B. Spell 23.93 X 100' W 200'. S long Canal 380' to : .', :
Ry Cor of SWU of SW- "
guests of his mother, Mrs. 100' to POB & Strip pon' j 3 8 22 ,Ledta M,.McQueen 15 29

I Lou Dowling.Mr. 1474-Com 210 Ft E t i 15' X & S for Access 110 U &Ft run for E POB.610 Ft run, S 4465"W;- Beg 406 S of '
Cot of '
and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of SW Cor of Lot t. ., to Rd 10 f I 22 John E. McRae 8.61 W 50 Ft S 100 Ft SF'' SEt of
X 64
1 degree .
:!148 .
10&RunN210 Ft.n -" E 139.5' of W ;
of Lake Butler were Monday ,. 10% t,+.. S 210, Ft. ;., 409.5' of SH of SW- E 50 Ft, X 100 Ft .. W 4$9.99' to W R/W .
to POB 12 6 22 H. L. ., ii.17 137.2S', '"
guests of Mrs. Bell McCorm- W 105 Ft to Eeg U of XWU! S of Hartley Swly at Rt
10 or Lot 10-C In ,, Co Gr Rd 15, 6 22 2 John D. Ducar '. 37.79 2708 -Com XW Cor TogpOBy 505.8', N ':,. ,.. '

ick. Town of Lawtey E '"< I. ', -i :2174-2 A in XW Cor t.- of SWU of SWU U. 23 -w. Thlgpen: Jr. 44.92

I Mrs. Bell Addison of Jack- of Ry A. L.Basley: 861 of SWU of XWU S of SWU, run E 4470-Cont at XE Cor .
r I IJ.awtey 672.5' for POB S 53* of XEU of NE
sonville 1484-Lot 7 of Elk] 13 : of NEU Ex Lot in !,
spent Tuesday night 5.61 E 19'&', X 55' W nd run S 964 .
E of Ky 1 Johnnie Fowler SE Cor Being %00' 198'a Ft for ,'", "
i with Mrs. Ruby ,Yarbrough.On 1486 Lot 1 S/D of Lot :! I X &SByl00'E& to POB Horace Royal 2543 POB run W 299 Ft r .

Wednesday she visited 13 in Town of Law- .oJ W & Ex Lot Descor 2718-1 Lot In SE Cor S 167 Ft E 299 Ft ,

rt Mrs. Amelia Dowling Mrs. tey E of Ry .4'. j': YW- J/Barber. 8.34 Bk 23-101 16 <6< 22 Z' Hance B. Thornton 57.12 of EH of XEU' of X 128 Ft to POB' 34 6 22 1 Alma Grlffis. 88.79

!;'I,6 :_, ? ; 'f SWU being 100' X "' s
Ernestine Kitler. the Conners 1490 Com at SW Cor .. -2174-A Beg. at SE & S by SO E & W 22 t 22 Elizabeth J. Given 43.58 4507-Beg at :
I of Lot 15. run Xly 1 : .. Cor of a :2A! Tract of XWU of NENW
A
and the Tompkins families alongW Bdry of I in XW Cor of SW- 9"9G-E oJ.0 f SH: of & run S 361.5' W .;" '. ..
U of XWU of NE- SEU of SWU of
before Lot 15. 200 Ft. to 361.5' N
home. 361.5
returning FOB. Sly on W U being 100 Sq 16 6 22 James. C. Thornton 65.92 SWU 22 6 22 3 C. A. Crura 8.34 261.5" to POB E

J Mr and Mrs. Drew, Scott Bdry 62.73 Ft. Ely r. ... I.r I 2174-B-Beg 100' N of %758-E 6A of A 9A 4533-Beg at NE Cor 34 6 13 24 Jacqueline! A. Moorer 96.SI

had their E SE Cor of a 2A itract Triangle Bet ween : .
as Thursday guests 165 Ft. Sly on of a 5-A
tract .
.
be
'r. S4 of SEU! ,
in ,
'
j of Lot tij-... : SWU of
the Willard Grawlings of Bdry fSSW1! ing In SE Cor of 1
NW1 of 23 6 22 7.50
62.73 Ft, Wly 165 XEU N ; 6 Dora Sullivan XEU of

Lake City. Mrs. Larry Mc- Ft to rOB in Law- '-i 100', W 100' S 100' 866-Lot 5 of Blk 2 100'. W 100'SEU, X ., .
S
I Manes of Wellborn, and Mrs. tey E of Ry .- Joyce Walker 4 12 J E 100' to POB is
1502-One Lot 100 Ft .i : f' 2174-C-Beg 100' W ,. i S/D Ex S 110' Jacqueline A. Moorer .. 4558-Com at Int of ,8 22 Surety ,Mtg. Inv. Co. 93.SJ
Rosa Sapp. Mr. Sweat went of SE Cor of a 2A 2 900-4UA In SE Cor .. ," : ,;>
.
E & W by 274 Ft Xly Bdry of Gr Rd ',, \; "
to Vincent's last I Tract in SW'l of of XEU of
St. Hospital N & S In SW Cor i., :, SEU & & Wly Bdry of Ely ....
XWU then N 100' E
of
% SEU of SE-
Friday for an operation on of Lot 1,7, Ex S 137 !00' of XWU of XKU -
: W 100', S100'E U Ex 1 A
\ in SW
Tuesday. We pray that he Ft Ry in Lawtey E :;*','.*! .Joseph!' Gumber 7.61 100' to Beg 16 6 22 Lester Wood *\ 6642 I Cor & Ex Par 449'; to POB Run, Ely N 104.35'208.71'

will have a speedy recovery.An 1511-4.-S 111 of W. 2181-Com atE Cor E&W by 300' X&S \ Ely] 208.71', Sly l -
of SEU of XEU & N of Hwy E.
error was made in last 41' of E 71' of N ', 'l on 10435', Wly 208.71' '
Run S716' to S y Bdry of
346' of Blk 17 E .of SEU' of PB
week's news. Mr. and Mrs. R/W to Co Gr RU3.8' (\ SEU Ex DB 86-24- 85 6 !Z 'R.'T. Williams'
Jr. 8.84 46iG-N; 9380
in
Ry Lawtey Arthur Anderson, at EE'K of ,
to E line of .
& Ex
par Desc or
Orin Reddish not visit at
did
SW'4'
1515! -Com at SE cor : ; : _" : 284' t 7 22
St Rd 200, for BK 20-79 & Ex Par 4676 20 L. D. Vlnlng 1541
the C. B., Reddish home in of Blk] 18 & Run W POB Swly 200'. E or Bk 19 Pg 565 J7 6 22 23 Mrs. M. L. Clark 26.65 4-'3/4 N# of XEU Ex 4
80 Ft for a POD 232.6' N 200' A E of. dirt
Cedar Key. It was the P. D. W- 293-1-36-W
i of SEUof Rd & W
Hun N 274 Ft. W 80 .. W :2163! -POB 16 6 22 1 Howard Crews 61.43 of Hd Rd 4 7 22 75
SEA of NE 1 Mrs A. A.. Williamson 64.02
Ex
Reddish home that they visit- Ft. S 274 Ft. E 80 Ft t ,, 4101-Com 210 Ft E of
of E O.98' 6 22 <4< Percy! Sullivan 55.12 NW .
to FOB in Town Cor of
: 21J8- Beg 20 N of XWU of
ed.Joe Lawtey E of Ry 'M Albert Williams, 8.11 Int of S Line of I960 Blk A Ex 1 Lot XEU &: run S' 210
Roberts of Marcus Hook
on S Side being 220 Ft
1537-Lot 27 in Town SEU of XEU W B 420 Ft N 210

Point was visiting his parents, of Lawtey E of Ry "1, J. Barber' V' 661 R/W 301 for FOB, ." Ft E & W by 857 Ft. W 420 Ft to POB 5 7 22 2 T. J. Alderman 1.34

Mr. and :Mrs. Will Roberts, 1540-Com on W l.. run Xly along W Ft. N & S on W 4706-5 A in SE Cor
side by 84.7 Ft N1A of
Bndy of KingsleyRd R/W 264.5' W Par SEt of XWU
here this weekend. He
was : S on B side In Ex 1 A in XE
on N side of Lot to S line of SEU of Cor .
called home due to the illness 34 & Run W 50 Ft NEU 315.5' Sly %80'. Blanding SID Virginia W. Smith 203.98. also 4 :A 479 Ft E & '

of his sister, Mrs. Mildred S 50 Ft E 50 Ft to .,: \ Ely 261.7' to POB 2953 All-8 Lot% of 9 of Lot Bland-8 &: 4731 W by 375 Ft N &:. s 5 7 ?2 Earfe: Green Eft. 111

Rd then N 50 Ft. to i Ex R/W 16 8 22 Milton D. Carter 20207 -SEU of XWU 6 T
of If. : 22 40 T; 'J.: Alderman 3034
Smith, Starke. POB in Lawtey E 2202-A-Beg 396' W Ingr SID Junius M. Smith 143.77: 4731 Com at XW

Mrs. A. M. Jones and Mrs. of Ry "' T:: :Benjamin. .Tlnnl 21.98 210' N of SE Cor of I 2958-Lots 10. 11 Ex Cor of EVf of' SW-
200' Lots 12 13 14 U of XEU? &
SEU 0"8W',, E : run
Mary Freeman visited Mrs. : _
1 I 1543-E% of W% of i.. 210% X 210' W 2, 0', 1 of Blk C in Bland- E 460 Ft S 303 Ft

I Jones' son-in-law and daughter N 335' of Lot 31 in S 210' to Beg 1C 6 22 C. P. Tillman \ /-48.99 log S/D Ex W 150' W 431 Ft N 235 Ft .

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Town of Lawtey E 2228-Com at SW Cor of Lot 13 & 14 & to POB 7 .7 23

I of Ry' Willie Pitta, 70.77 of XWU of SEU & Part of Blk C, E of 4801-SWU. of SWU 3 'Azalea, T Motel 234.SS
Crawford, in Lawtey Satur- 1553-S 165 Ft of Lot Creek & W of ditch .. of XEU.
I run 30' for POB, Virginia W. Smith 2S.93 10 7 22 10 .Fred Cole Est.
I 32 in Town of Law- E 1120', N 389', W 8088-Lots 8 &: 7 of r 313.00Blk

I day.Miss Beth Dobbs and Mrs. tey E of Ry' ...3 Jessie Lee :Barber (.11 1120' to H Sec line, 813 in Orig Town 4811-1 Lot 14$' Sq in

1577 Com at a Pt S 389' to POD 17 ,"6 22 10 Mabel Lilly Boyer 9".2 6 of Mrs. W. T. Marshall 16".15 SW Cor & of NW. ',

Don Newmans and son. and where Sec line be- '. 2240-Beg at SW Cor 3068 Bik 14 Ex flU-All U of SWU 10 7 22 Leonard B. Deuberly 68.48
that
Sindy Freeman visited relatives tw "@fa 24 &: 25 of SEU of XWU X Hoover Lot I in SE i part of

in Lake City Saturday.. cros ?*} Kingsley Rd ',. 46$' to POB X 174' Cor in Orig Town of Bradford Building 'of SEt S*of of W SEU of *Co of .' .

i runs S along W side .. Starke 447.66 "
1'J E 165' to W R/W Supply Inc. Gr
; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cawthornand 200 Ft for POB, '. Or Rd. Son Rd R/- 3128-E 70 Ft of Lot Rd 15 7 t! 5 Anthony Lazaraczyk 661
4882-1 A ,
sons of Holt visited Mrs.Cawthorn's W. 200 Ft. S. 100' W 174', W 165" to 2 .' James Madison 2 of Blk 27 original of In NE'i Rye

Mr. and Ft., E 200 Ft. N' ., POB 17 6 22 Sweeney, Jr. 8.11 Town of Starke SWU S. of u 7 22 1 Thdmas GUll 6'61

parents. 100 Ft to POB in : 2252-S1'* of SEU of Ex R/W. ,41' A. W, Masters '-, 91.26 4894 nSSE"-Com SWU 19 7 22 40 James M. Rogers 28.28

Mrs. M. W. Wilkerson, last Lawtey E of Ry y.: John..ThOmpeon: '' '. 14.06 SW% of X.WU 17 6 22 5 Minnie Lou Desue 14.52 3227 Com at XW of SEU at of SW'Cor SEU X

weekend. :Mrs. Cawthorn will 1553-1 Lot in Lot 34 2270-2A in NE Cor Cor of Call & Bay 378' E 214': to POB

be remembered as the former W of Kingsley Lake ,10. : of E% of XEU of Sts, Run N 216.53 : N 75', E 100'. S 75'. ,
Rd desc SEU 210 Ft E & Ft. W 112% Ft w
com at Pt :" for" W 100' to' POB' U
Audrey Wilkerson. on W side of Kings- W by 410 Ft N & S 18 6 23 2 William Tyson Jr. 4.37 FOB run X 94.31 7 22 Virginia' Bradley 78 39
c '
Lawtey Crews is all smiles ley Lake Rd where 2272-Com at SW Cor Ft Wly 155.77 Ft.: 4951 Com at NW Cor ., ,

i now that he has a new tractorto Sec. Line Crosses .. of SE'of XWU Sly 78 Ft Ely 155 of SWU of SHU & ,
Dividing Sec 24 & l run 295.1' for POB, Ft to POB 23 6 22 W.: J. Studatlll 191.26 run 'E (85 Ft for \l : ? : '".

fight those lightning fires. 25, run S 300 Ft X 210'. E 210' S 210' POB then S 300 Ft.

Miss Jennett Norman" Miss to POB. W 200 Ft, W 210' to POB 18. 22 ,,1 Ernest Williams. 4.87 3304 Lot 4 of Blk '3 E 109 Ft N 300 Ft 6 I
In
5 100 L T & COS S/D ,6l t
Ft. E to W < Clyde Hankerson 5 W to POB
Penny Marks, and L. J. Nor- aide of Kingsley] 2274-E 19 A of SE?" 3323-Lot 2 of Blk 15 20 7J 1 Jesse Alexander Est 1157

man of Miami who were visit- Lake Rd, N 100 Ft ,.e:: of NW>K 18 6 22 19 Elliot" Tyson 18.98 in L T & COS S/D Metta Harmon- ; 12.29 4954-W 462 Ft of E ,

to POB In' Town .,-. .. 2282-S:! 2/3 of SWU 3324-W 62' of Lots 3 858 Ft of SH of
ing the Roy demons familyof '. ofW' 27 & 4 of Blk 16 in SWU of SEU Geneva' Kennedy
9f Lawtey E of Ry ." 18 8 2: Leroy Dell t- 18.98 20 7 22
Heilbronn, called on Miss Willie Tucker. 2898 2291-A-Beg 992' W L T &: COS S/D 5038:-Lots 4 &,13 SDof 7 Norris, |.H

Beth Dobbs last Saturday. 1569-Lot 42: in Town : of NE Cor of XEU 3326 E% of Lots 1 V Carrie Coleman 23.93 .'% of XEU of

of Lawtey E of Ry i i of SWU S 100, W & 2 of Blk 18 in L XWU Ex Rd zt.7 U

Mrs. Mary Freeman had,, as Ex Lot in XW Cer :f Will Lee 10.56 100', N 100', E 100' T & COS SID Joe Coleman 5059: -That port of g. 2 CemoQ] Alewader 10.Bl

her Sunday guests her daughter. 1572-W 1A of Lot 48 't to Beg 18 6 22 3327-Lots 3 & W 62 19.48 % of E% of E% of
in Town of 2348-W'j} of Com at 9 George Thomas '86.!1 of NE
:Mrs. O- J. Green, and son; Lawtey Lot 4 of Elk] 15 4 of NEE that
E of Ry 0' SE Cor of See and in lies
L T & COS S/D E of St
4 Edward Jones 4.32 J Mary Coleman 23.93 Rd
Mr. and Mrs. James Green run W 103;; Ft for 3351-W 325
I 1580-1 Lot 100 Ft N a of Lots 3 & being S of

and children of Jacksonville; & S by 400 Ft E &: FOB, run N 105 Ft, & 4 of Blk 27 in L land of C. L. May 30 7 22 .

and sister-in-law W in SE Cor of Lot W 105 Ft S 105 Ft, T & COS S/D Frances 5124-1 Lot 52-4} Ft Eugene Hall 1(52
her brother Slocum
,,
j 52 in Town of Law- ; E 105 Ft to POB 20 6 22 1 t Lester Prevatt \ 16 51 3361-Lot 2 of Blk 31 Williams Sq in SE Cor of

Mr. and Mrs4 Emory Jones of tey E of Ry 2350-Com at SE Cor in L. T. & COS S/D 6.11 Blk 9 Wrights Add !fl
7
) Macclenny; and her grand- 1583-Beg at NE Cor ', ./ James' Lewis Barber 45.36 of 315 See & Run W. 3368 -Lot 3 & N 25 r J Ethel Lloyd Dixon 23.43 5135- 8% of SW>x of U Dewitt, Williams 1501
Ft for a POB. Ft of Lot 4 of Blk SWU Ex R/W

daughters, Mrs. Roy demons ;. E of of Blk Ry,52 S Lawtey 100' Run N 105 Ft W 33 in 1.. T. & COS 5164-S% of XEU of jo 7 22 20 C. X. Williams II.91

of Heilbronn. Mrs. Don New- W '. 210 Ft, S 105 Ft, E S/D of SE ,; and
100' Emma SEU
N 100', E 100' 210 Ft Hughes Est 33.34
to POB '
man of Starke, Beth Dobbs, to Beg :Jf go 6 ""ItS IT!' Lester Prevatt ':' 29.88 3389-Lot in L T 3 of Blk] 44 5211 SEU 33 7 22 60 Hardin t Alderman 43,03
David & COS Lot
Bright (6.31 S/D 40 on Pine "
2388-Lot 9 of Blk L. Z. Baker 561
Mrs. Maybell Dobbs and Mrs.A. 2
f 1616-Lot 12 In Ottt "- .. .' Sunny Acres SID 3393-X 50 Ft of Lots a of Crystal Lake
M. Jones. SID of Lawtey "F.. Alberta Tyson 6.61 1 & 4 of Blk Homesite
45
in
2397
-Lots 7 Ceorge V.
Lizzie McQuire Est 10.06 8, 9 A 10 : .. 'i Harris Amc 8.34
Mary 15.02
1652-E'i of L T & COS L Sharpe 5255-Lots
:Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison XEU of : of Blk 3 In Sunny S/D 59. 61 &
NWU 25 i Acres 3394-S 25 Ft of Lots 63 on Pine of Crys
visited their parents, Mr. and I 1662-Lot as Desc in 22 !O Stanley Andrew 23.43 2423-W S/D% of Blfc 2S if; Alfred Barnes Est 19.4!I 1 & 4 of Blk 45 &: tal Lake Homes!lt..

Mrs. Theodore Rosier, andMr Oft Blk 14-385 25 5 22 Mid State Homes Inc 45.70 of R2W & NEU or N 25 Ft of Lots 2 & 5303-Lot 44 on Oak P. W Maynard 8407
1699-W 2A of 3 of Blk 46 in L T of Crystal
and Mrs. Cecil AddisonSr. Nj of B2S of R 3W & SE- Lake
SEU' of NEB 28 5 22 2 Lee Calvin Ross( 4.27 U of B2S of R3W &: COS SID Ella Mae Hayes 1".0" Homesites
left Sun
of Starke. They 1710-R 1- A of Wli. W% of BI, 2 S of 3398-X 45 FtFt ofof Lot 1 5352-Lot 54 on Cypress Robert 8. Pendell ',U

day. to make their home in NE vs of SWU'; of R3W & E% of Bl, 2 : I & S 25 Lot 2 of Crystal
NEIl.: & :5 i of of Blk 47 in L T Lake Homesites
1 R4W
St Augustine. 17-"w 26 'U Frances Jenkins 10.06 ot. ,. t William Frost 834
& COS "r
and -All SEU of SE- Temp. S/D Ex S/D Ida Simmons Agt 20.87 5370-Lot '3 on Palm :
Mrs. Margie Dobbs U of XWU' E of R/W 21 of Crystal Lake '
I 22 30 ,
H..A. 340G-W'
Lawson 65.43 % of Blk] 47 .
children visited her parents, Ry 26 6 21 t Ethel Tucker 's InLand 2426-1 A in NE Cor A ., in L T & COS S/D $ Homesites 2.t Charles W. Bias 40,41
173-A Triangle Par of Emma Hughes Est 23.43 5318- -Beg at NW
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Wilkersonover W& of Blk 3 S 3489 Lots 13, 14 of :
Beg 475.74'E : of R 3 W Cor of XWU of
the weekend.A of SW Cor of See \, 2440-SWU of Elk 6 21 4 22 1 Lawrence Covington 6.11 COS Blk z.1DJn L T & NE% run E 458' ,

large congregation was On Ely Bdry of .. ... I S of R 3 W Temp 3570Lots 2 & 3 of ...; Lester J. Prevatt 191.88! for POB, S 105'. W

present at the Raiford Bap- N Hwy 31 200 degrees for E POD of 2447 S/D 21 6 22 3 Alfred Barnes Est 15.02 Blk 2 Ex Rd In' 105', N 105'. E 10.' i
Parcel Desc '
tist Church last Sunday. We Ely Bdry 13%' to Sly I i Bk 17-173 or Highway Addition j Robert G. Green 111.97 to POB see per
Bdry 'of 21 6 22 sam Williams Et Al 51.94 3583-Lota 3 & 4 of Prop for house on .
would like to extend to each Gr Rd S 2465-Com at SW Cor Elk] 1 in .. ,
TemplesAdd

one of you an invitation to 71 to degrees Sly Bdry E of 32471'See :. : I Of SE 4 of Rlk 9 TT ,, _____ ...,." UUITJ\t wrong land". _., T ..,.,..._ t I 22 : lecurhr Mtg Invest Lit ,
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3638-W
56 -B '
Ft of Lot fordIi"
come out and visit with us. W on Sly Bdry :X 18 ; Robert
degrees E 60'. f 8 & W 56 Ft of Xft H. An 92.41
Our new pastor is Rev. Joe 1759 316.5'- to Com POB at XW 26 fi 22 M Carl H. Smith '- 179,90 X n.degrees E 158'S of Lot 9 of Blk 19 5464- Lot 420 Ft

McCuller. or of XWU of SE- 72 18 degrees degrees W 158'60', Si in Temples Add ".7 J. A. Bell 46.70 X & S by 120 Ft E
to .
U ofSE',50'N&S 3641-Lots I, Z, 3, of &; W Bad on E by

t SEVENTH DAY by 100' E .ft W 26 S 22 ., Leon Bright ., 62.98 2!S03 BLot 1 thrn 6 of 21 6 22 ira James E. Franklin 8.61 Blk 20 In Temples E Line of SEU ofAdd ..

'I Leslye Best & A. W. Masters 90.76 XWU! &S by Bed. .
1761-XWU of SWU Blk 10 in Reno S/D ../ "
ADVENTIST CHURCH SEU &E198 s'of %!522- Lots 3, 4 of Inez Hightower 27.88 37,8- Lot!!! 6, 6, 7 & ford Rd 12 8 26 1 Wm.. E. Herndon, Er. 9121
8 of Blk 1 in 5474- Lot 2 of Blk]
Ft of SWU of SW. Ethel- M. .. Blk 19 in N-Reno City Futch "*, 1948 B in the Haven ."
Sabbath School Saturday U of SEU 26 _S 22179S 13 Strong Rigsby 11.06 S/D i Frances Jenkins 10.56 Park S/D ..t Mack
That portion of 3897-Lot in SW Cor SID.t D. P., JobniOK 98.71 I
964-1324. .. of Lot 4 of Blk 5 5510..B-Beg! 386.1* E
W 3/4 of N% of 2550-Lot 1 of BIk
Horning Worship. 1. 100' N & S by 125' of E
9:30: a. m. SWU of S W ti in Gahagan / RAV of Hwy
S/D :
6.61
Wilson lies S & E of i Floyd Picfcens E &: W in Gaskin S-21A &; N Line of ..
11 a. m. Located between which Jessie Mae 2556- Lot 8 of Blk 1 .
Grtffi Loop. Co Gr Rd 28 I 22 ; Hampton Est. V. 13.79 in Gahagan SlIt Add James W. Thomas 70.31 Lake Shore Dr Sly .
Road and
1822:! -Lots 38 ft 39 ex R/W 3960-n-Beg 104' W 335.4'; to Lake, E
Aaron Holley 6.11 & 15' N of SE Cor 45', Xly 348', W 60'
in Woodlawn 30 5 E3. 20 Casey Starr 18.98 2561-Lota 11 through .
1837-Lots 46, 51. 52. I 16 of Blk 1 Ga- of XEU of XEU.X to Beg 13 g 22 Herman W. Gradtck fE.28
80', W 70', S 80', 5630-Tract 10Carl '
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61 & 62&E'so1 ,
hagan SID Ex "R/W Ida Handkerson Est 17.24
Fun For All Lots 53 & 60 in : 2583- Lot 10 of* BIt E 70' to Beg %9' 22 Barney Spence 7.11 vow pf. 8JDN James Z. Lee Uf.55
413'i Tract A of $ 72 35 4 .
Woodlawn 31 ( 22 E2.05
10 Ormond U. Bonlfajr 3 in Gahagan. S/D -. Willie Green 5.61
West Pine
S/D Ex of XK of XWU of
1840.1..0SQ. in N- 3590
-Lot 16 &. SH' of E J. W. Thomas .. SL10
W Cor of Lot 54 i 180' 29 ( 22 SEU- Ex E 275, tc.
!I Lot 17 of $]k 3 la .
SCOTCHDOUBLES : la Woodlawn 31 S 22 1 Carl J. Wilson 6867 Gahagan SID Green 32.84 4141 Com at NW Ex R/W 11 I 21 Lawrence B. Oglesb] 19.98!
Queen Esther Cor of Westpina .. .671- S 3/4 of EU&:
2627
13 -Beg :
1848-EH of Lot at SE Cor -
Crawford 5.61 S/D run S 2339 Ft E% of SWU of X- ,
In Woodlawn 32ISbS 5 2: 'Dou Hush of SEU' of ttEU runW '
EU 17 t 22 140 WeUner A Evans 64.06
for POB W 125 Ft,
150'
-A- S 132' of EH N 100', E
of SWU of NW-* Geraldine Blount 150', S 't() POB 22 C %3 Frank E. Fier v 68.98 S 100 Ft E 125 Ft. 5715- SEU of SWU
of XEU 34 S 22 5 et al 10!.01 N 100 Ft to POB Ex Ex N JI5 Ft SS I 22 IS Put &; Sullivan 24.7

18S3-A Beg at SW 2636-Com 860' E & RJW for City 29' 3Z J. W Thomas 11859 5728- Com at SE Cor .

Cor Lot in Peets- 30' X of SW Cor of 4294:! -1 Sq A in SW ., of NE% run W 450'-
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I Tllle run X 105'. S, \ XWU of SWU. N Cor of EH of XW- for POB. X 1320' to

r I 103'; S 103 W 105" 100', E 50' S 100', U of Ex Parcel Sold S2 f 22 Sampson White 4L75 N Line of SEU of -

1 I to rOB 15. 5 22 .,' Clarence Fox V.S '-34 W 50' to POB U' 22 Willie Cee Pearce 66.80 4295-Beg at SE Cor SE%, w 55f. s iso'. "

1S84- 1 Lot 60' X & 2637-Com 866. E &: of 1-A Sq. in SW E 55' to POB usn i.(7 Mary Wilson. us
S by 50' E & W in 30' X of SW Cor of Cor of E'i of XWU 5729-Com at SE Cot -. -

L1 Lots of PeetsvilleBeg XWU of SWU, N t *f SEU N 150 of NE': run W .

-fer %06' W of XE :%0' for FOB. E to POB. W 210', N $.3.5. XW Ly 1<6.V I

Cor. 35 U 'f Dora Hamilton. et tf ?.? 100', X 50'. W 100'.' First :2tttg 60'. E 210'. S 60' to Southern States for POB. N 1185', .
S 50' to :rOB 22 I 22 Corp otf Stuart b3.!! POB :.* ( 22 Censt. Corp. 4820 Wly 'on X Line si' -

EVERY 18S9-XWU Of SEU 2639-Parcel Desc In 4297-1UA lying N' & Sly] 1100'. Sely 103; ', .i r
of XWU Ex 1A in
5.61 W of 301 Bnd to POB 24 < 21 C C Began 17.03
XW Cor & Ex LAIn DB 88-441 22 t 22 Johnny Lane Hwy < '4, t
SW Cor 35 I J2 7 Henry Brown 12..17.0" $ 2640-Parcel Dose In S by Chambers. W + '.
'" ) DB 88-443 Z: I 22 Walter West S50Elizabeth by Mack X by Mc- IOU 1 Lot hi SE #' "". _', .7 .
NITECALL 1913-A-1 Lot BO' N "
THURS. Jessie Green Brown 7.11 Cor of 8% of NE; ,
2666 Lots 19 & 22 Caslin, E by Hwy 32 I .Z'; 4
I &Sby50'E&Wto .
of XWU, of Xbeing %,
1 '
Blk
4315-Lot of 3
of Blk 2 in Nat "
SW Cor of SU t '
108 Ft 'N ft
I / 19.48JoWn in Lincoln City Hattie Starks 7.84
Williams SID I Givens
of XWU of XWU' .*
964-6261 4316 Lot 2 of Blk 3 S by 110 Ft E t
,, E of RR 35 5 n // Laey Breen -\;.' IV' 60.57 2673--1 Lot In XWU f n. in-Lincoln City :. Irene Elerson et al 7.84 W Ex E 5r 'U I 22.Jebnofe L. Flowers 1.3ttU"I
1917-Com at SW Cor of SWU as Desc InDeed f \
Information Blk (155-Lot 47 in Indian
For -Lot 3 of 5
of SWU of SEU of Bk 70 Pg. 301' 5C1 Beach T, P. .Whiddon Sr. 91.1$ ,
ia Lincoln City Alberta Collins
- XWU run nly 208.7 Ex R/W in Nat & Annie \ IH-W' 40' of E W ; ;
for roB, Cont NIT Williams S/D 22 C 22 Williams \ 7.11 4330 -Lots 2 &: 3 of of S 70'ofLot7ot !

Starke Lanes'AMUS 208.7', Ely 105'. Sly ,' 2676-Com at SW CorE BUt C In LIncoln' of Blk 1 Santa Fe
f Hattie Starkes 105J -
I 208.7'. WiT 105' to. of NWU of SWU City Ex R/W : : Shores Qulncy Tartor. TIM ;
roB 35 S 22 H Mid'state Homes Inc 58.8J! 4350 Lot 3 Of Blk 10 -, ,
run E 490 Ft. N 40* Sarah Griffin ..It :
Lincoln City ._
IENTCENTEn :, 1965-Com at XW'Cor. -tI;; : Ft, E 250 Ft for : JB l J, R. KZLLT \
4 1 ,
4352- Lots 1, 5. ,
of SEU of STWU !!' POB Cont E 250 Ft, Tax Collector -... .
8 of Blk 13 fa' I 11
Run E 650 Ft to Rd .t. :., ... S 100 Ft. W 258 .' &: 23.93 Florid: '
., : .' .," Lincoln City J ? Irene Elersoa et si ..: '-' ./ .. Bradford County, .
..
.I 200. S Wely along Ft, X 100 Ft'to POB < '_' .

Ed :i$ Ft to, FOB, Ex W W 21 I 22 C2: : Ceonard Peterson lOJi!, j

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; ,, .. Starke, Fla. Thurs., :May 23, 1963



SPONSORED BY STARKE MERCHANTS MAY 23, 24, 25 .Ur0p eI f1
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!' Use Hour Auction Dollars To Bid On $700 In Prizes tt ,.e tiJJ idy


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COSTS YOU NOTHING/ TO BID! Be sure to get your AUCTION, DOLLARS when making purchases,in -._ ",.tiX1uL;, : ) ..
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most Starke stores this weekend, and attend the GRAND AUCTIONthis ,w
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Get Your Auction Dollars at Starke Stores Saturday afternoon starting at 2 o'clock. DO YOUR PART ";: a
For your entertainment, there will be some good, old Country Music r
before during and after the auction. Come have fun; You may IN THE COUNTYWIDE -d ;S .a$'?1.
With every purchase you make in a cooperating Starke store you be the lucky one to go home with the Grand Prize-a $275 Upright DeepFreeze ,
'a J
will be given a FREE AUCTION DOLLAR-dollar for dollar-through .

Saturday, May 25. Buy everything you need this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday and CLEAN-UP, ,/ ra
You may use these AUCTION DOLLARS to bid on $700 worth of get lots of AUCTION DOLLARS to use in bidding on those wonderful PAINT-UP, FIX-UP
prizes, donated by Starke merchants, and to be auctioned off Saturday prizes. Come have fun at the Starke Merchants' GRAND AUCTION, Saturday :
afternoon, starting at 2 p. m., on the old Starke Hotel vacant lot on West May 25.AUCTION.
Call St. CAMPAIGN"' .

Real money is no good at this auction-only AUCTION DOLLARS may STARTS 2:00: P. M., MAY 25 May 22 June 1 (u
be used in the bidding. The more Auction Dollars you have, the higher .. ,, ,

Starke you can Hardware bid on these Co. valuable prizes, now on display in the window of Music By Hank Lot and His Auctioneers .'

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1. Suds Dispenser tIe wash for better care of PRICE Burner With A Brain Top Burner And It AUTOMATIC LIGHT AUCTION DAYS
2. Water Saver (lighter.those things you have been Speed motor and 3-Cy- Will Hold Temperature Just Like Your Oven l ; MODERN DESIGN ONLY\ '
1 the load the less water washing by hand. Water I cle washing selection. 5 2 OVENS ; Food Spoilage Warranty 1 jNo Trade
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used.) temperature sele tidn-lets ,water temperatures. be"you AUCTION Whirlpool Guarantees Re- Needed
3. Water Temperature Se- select your wash water I luxe back guard. Porcelain NEW MICRO-RAY I _. placement Of Spoiled Food
lector-choose 3 Temper temperature and your rinse enameled tub plus the fea WITH ROTISSERIE- a: t Up To Five Years If Spoilage
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Needed ,
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I PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY.. MAY -22.--, 196J
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Starke P.O. employees of the Starke post tership status. Bradford Residents' S76 an increase in cancer deaths.! if you are not ready to retire, the minutes of a meeting of I %. Portion of a :0 ft. wide
Spend I
said Board of County Commis- street between Blocks :3
organization
mm office are now included in Where an did Twenty-eight counties show-I you should check on your social sioners held on May 7. J9S3. requesting and 3 extending from
one of three unions, as fol- not achieve exclusive recognition ed a slight'i decrease. Five I security when you reach I that said Board close West rice or Lot 1

Implements lows: "formal" recognition Per Year On Medical Care counties: had the same number I j age 62, 65, and 72. Spann ad and unused abandon platted those streets portions hereinafter of- 3. Portion through of Lot a 8 30' ft. wide

r The National Association ofLetter' was acquired by any' group of cancer deaths in 1962 as1 i tin vised. The social security office described, and renounce street between Blocks 3
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Union ActionThe and disclaim any right of and 4, extending from
Carriers, AFL-CIO, having at least ten per cent Bradford Countians spend 1961. I in Gainesville is located ,
Bradford County Florida and West sine of Lot 1
with exclusive recognition forcity of the valid vote. Local postal approximately $76 'per per-I Too Much Sun The Society spokesman also ; at 411 S W. Second Avenue. j the public in and to the land through Lot 8
management will consult pointed out that although the : I lying within said portions of 4. Portion of a 30 ft. wide
Starke- post office has letter carriers. Henry T. son each year for medical May Cause CancerHow unused platted streets; said por- street between Blocks 4
taken official action to implement Godwin is secretarytreasurerof these groups on matters affecting careabout 6.5 per cent of cancer death rate is still increasing i Social SecurityA I tions of unused platted streets and 5, extending from

the U.S. Post Office this group. its members only. their net income- accordingto I we can be encouraged being described as follows: West side of Lot 1
national over-exposure to the Portions of four (4) streetsin through Lot 8.
Department's new program The United Federation of The agreements joint studies recently made sun's particularly dur-' by the fact that the cure- representative of the Crosby Lake Shores whichare All Interested parties may appear -
rays
for negotiation and consulta- Postal Clerks, AFL-CIO, with give local employee organiza- by the Department of Health. rate is also increasing. Today, Gainesville Social. Security unused, recorded in Plat! and be heard at the time
I tions the right to deal with ing the spring and summer i he said 1.200,000 Americans Book 2, Page 17, public records and place above specified.'
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tion on grievances, working exclusive recognition for postal I Education and Welfare, and months can in many cases I office will be at the court- of Bradford County. Dated this May 7. 1963
conditions personnel prac- clerks. Edward A. Hall is the postmaster on local work- the University of Michigan.The cause skin is'described -j are cured of cancer, whereas house in Starke at 9:30: ajn. Florida, being closed and a- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIO'ERS
I ing conditions personnel practices cancer in 1937 the figure stood at i iI bandoned as follows: OF BRADFORD -
tices, and other related mat- president of this group. cost of medical care in a pamphlet. "Watch ,I' Friday May 31. All persons 1. Portion of a 40 ft. wide COUNTY FLORIDA.By .
"* ters, Acting Postmaster Blake The National Rural Letter and in resolving inter- is rising rapidly in this area, Out For the Sizzle' of the I only 160,000. Actually about:' desiring to conduct; social security street between Blocks 1 CHARLES A, DARBY
pretations under the local a- {j 177,000 Americans will be !! and 2 extending from Clerk of said Board
savi -
Jackson reported yesterday.This Carriers Association with for- as well as most other sections Sun the Flor- business are invited to'
published by
greements. i I ed from the : West side of Lot 1 (Official Seal)
disease this >
action was taken by mal recognition for rural car- i of the country the report ida Division of American year. call at that time. through Lot 8 J It 59Gas
the Postal Service under" riers. This works i Strikes and discriminationare Ishowed.I i However, about: 88,000 cancer
group Cancer Society. 'I
banned under-the national Steno Notebooks,
.. steno
patients will probably die ofj I II
President Kennedy's historic through the state associationand
Because
: I I of the higher
prices The pamphlets: are available I
which also set Ko-rect
; Typf.
agreements, TypewriterPens
in 1963-who
: executive order of Jan. 17,I has no local officers at ;; especially for hospital care, without charge at any of heSociety's' I cancer might Genie
.. 1962. which forth areas which are not j have been saved by earlier I Typing Paper,. Erasers. says:
officially recognized I.
present. I the millions
I I of Americanswho 16 offices throughout II
r subject to negotiation, such 1 and proper prompt treatment. i Pihbons. The TELEGRAPH.
federal employee organizations Exclusive recognition was see doctors, buy drugs, the state Locations are
I the budget assignment of
** I as I Ii | Because the public should ; !
; for the first time. : or po to the hospital each listed in the white :NOTICE OF r\pin DKMY-I. THOSE
acquired by employee organizations regular
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Recognition is based on resuits j i personnel month be kept even better informed !Ij T IVTA\OIHLK P" ICSOX-
having a clear majority are finding that their' pages of telephone directories AL '
matter determined by PROPERTY TAXES
; any: I j about and what to
of the largest nationwide of the vote in a particularcraft Congress, such rates. halth dollar is buying only in key Florida cities. cancer I: As provided by chapter 20724 : WHO
as pay I
labor I' Acts of 1941 notice !tgiven .
is
management election hereby
s under prescribed voting Postal management also retains twothirds as much as it didten According to a Society reason that
I intangible
personal >
I I i iI
conducted by mail last '
I i procedures. The postmaster, the right to direct em- years ago, according to the spokesman, skin cancer is I property taxes assessed' for 1962 I
June and July in which 451- 'I I Society in its current Educational : are now delinquent and begin / KNOW
I will negotiate with these organizations report. quite surable if detected early .
*. 000 postal employees partici- ployees, to hire, promote and Fund-Raising Cru- ning with April 1st such taxes
I holding regular transfer, suspend, or separate Of the $963.000 estimated and given prompt profes- an drawing interest at 1- percent
sade the needs
is stressing
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pated. The official results meetings and working out 'I employees in accord with Civil total spent each year in Brad- sional treatment. Although I per month plus the pro- : Q
were issued to each post office I i I 'To Cure More-Give More"and portionate cost: of publishingthis ; USEDid
written agreements on matters -I Service regulations. ford Counfv for'medical care there will be an estimated notice. Unless the amountsset

( pT by the department in I I' affecting all employees in I I Employees of the Starke 68 per cent represents direct 1 22,500 cases of the disease I Health"Fight Checkup Cancer and With A a I opposite paid before each the name twenty-beloware you know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants in the

< Washington.As the craft unit represented, re-l. post office now'receiving official payments and the remainderthe develop throughout Florida I Check." fourth day of May 1963 tax: executions United States use for cooking f Why is gas their choice
a result of the balloting,I f i gardless of employees' mem-I: recognition at the local cost of health insurance I during the next 12 months I will issue thereon and' gas
I
he delivered to the sheriff for I I: Chefs who are responsible for preparing good food know
.- I( level for their employee or-i Ten years ago the estimated most of the cases will not levy upon anv property real, I Ii
1 ,I ganizations, are joining' with, annual cost of medical care prove fatal if proper advanced SS Official Pushes personal or mixed belonging to 'I that gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearanceof

j CITY FISH' & MEAT MARKET j employees in mdre than 30- in Bradford County was $56 precautions are taken it;Retirement PlansIt I the penalties taxpayer and, for additional unpaid taxes costs.!' i': foods and they know it's faster, cleaner, more dependableand

1 i 000 post offices throughoutthe I per capita. was said. I I The names of delinquent intangl-i more economical. Isn't it logical that you should switch
ble personal property taxpayers!
nation, in acquiring official The figures apply only to is never too early to make and the amount of taxes in- to Natural Gas

I recognition under the private expenditures" for healthcare 20 In County plans for future retirement, eluding the cost of advertising;.

JUSt MfT president's labor managementorder. and do not include government ,Dead Of Cancer according to John W. Spann, and Virginia penalties'SS. Smith are aa follows:3.83 j II[I STARKE NATURAL GAS

; BUT outlavs or medicalcare Jr., social security district Emett K. P>rrvman 59.51\ CITY HALL Phone 96M301
J. R.
.- Ten employee organizations, tvovided through private During 1962The manager in Gainesville. He j Taxi? CollectorBradford Kelly. i

representing seven postal craft j j I, charity. said the folks in the social County Florida i:

units [letter carriers clerks, ]j I The Social Security Admin- total number of deaths I security office will be glad to It 5-16 ,

rural carriers, maintenance- !! istration finds that all cate- recorded for Bradford Coun- ,; tell you what pacers you will NOTIfK- Health Facts
custodial, motor vehicle, mail last 123 i need when file claim I
ty
gories of medical care are be- year was persons.Of i you your OF PROPERTY DISPOSAL ..
( handlers, and special delivery j coming more expensive. In this total, 20 died from i for payments. Sealed bids will be received EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!

.... messengers] have been recog the period of one year hospi- cancer. This represented two I "You should make your un A.M.to, May and 22nd not ,later in the than Business 10CO: ;;

nized. The number of organizations ''I tal care in the United States more deaths from cancer than claim for social security retirement Offfre, Florida State Prison, | z Kendrick Smith M. D. writing in the

varies at each post office went up 9.8 per cent: nurs- recorded for 1961. r payments two or listed Raiford iteras, Fla.: for the following New York Medical Journal reported the ""

according 'to the election ing-home care 8.9 per cent: The announcement was J three months before you act. 2404 Ibs. :M/Ij Exposed X-Ray following case!

: I, results. payments to physicians 6.5 made recently by the Florida ually retire," Spann said. By Bid Film forms in and envelopes conditions may "The most severe case of kidney pain

; ERNEST and OPAL ALLEN, Owners Operators I II per cent; and eveglasses. hearing Division of the American Can- doing this you will get your be obtained from the above of- which it has been the fortune of this

I BROOKER BAPTIST aids, and other appliances, cer Society. The information pavment on time when you 5-9 fice.2t 516NOTICE writer to see, one attended by a dozen

CIIURCII 2.3 per cent. _was compiled on the basis of retire. Dr. Bofflnger members of the staff of a great Boston

Rev. James Temple, Pastor The net cost of health insurance provisional totals of resident Mr. Spann warned older : OF FOR HEARING CLOSING O\AMIABAMMTVMEXT PETITION hospital, where surgery was the unanimous

: FRYERS II gc 11 meaning the differ- deaths from certain causes by workers against waiting until OP rXFSKD advice after exhausting all other regular proceed
Morning Worship, am.
ence between the amount paid counties, as listed in the 1962 after retirement to make their
PLATTED STREET IN CROS- of
Sun- u res was cured instantly by spinal adjustment
Evening Service, 8 pm.
Vital Statistics Summary of first visit to the social -
security
for insurance and the benefits BY LAKE SHORES "
the 9th dorsal vertabra which was out of position.
day School 10 ajn. Training
the Florida State Board of office. often find
Some TO WHOM IT COXCERX
paid by the carriers, increased MAY *
SMOKED Union, 7 pjn. Prayer Service I Spinal adjustments often prevent surgery and restore
15.7 cent. Health. that they could have gotten You will take notice that in
each Wednesday, 8 p-m. per benefit though accordance with the provisionsof health after every thing else has failed
payments even !
The American public, according According to a spokesmanfor Section :336.09: through 336.12.
1 PICNICS ---Lb. : to the latest Govern- the Society the total: still working. The best way to Florida Statutes a public bearIng -
I avoid this kind of loss is to will be held by the Boardof Bring Your Health Problems To
: deaths from cancer for the _
THE RIGHT POINT' for the I ment figures is spending $21,1billion County Commissioners of
entire state of Florida has increased -: check into social security before Bradford County, Florida, in the The Clinic
write. Come In and for medical Bollinger Chiropractic
ray you a year
r I I from 8,274 in 1961 to you retire. | Courtroom of the Bradford
select your favorite ESTER-I About 28 cent of that County Courthouse in Starke,
1 BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE care. per an estimated 8,765 in 1962. If you are near age 62 and j Florida on Tuesday June 4, 426 N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla.
SMOKED bill is met through insurance Broken down by counties I I have never checked your social 1963.\ at 10:00 o'clock A.M. on
GRAPH. I the petition of T. H. Slade et al
benefits. thirty-four counties showed security do so today. Even which petition was spread upon Insurance Cases AcceptedMOSTWISHEDFOR {
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Service Y. d> S RE. PORK'Pork Tail Bones 1ft C SURRYLMDGovt.

Trees have habits; like people JEllY q ?' !fJl} :, : i Pork Feet Ib

they drink a lot. One IWmlVt6EItS.
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good trait of trees they
don't drive while drinking, f*...":4 d''I Quantity Rights Reserved .
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but they do thrive while
drinking.If 2 IBS.Maxwell ;iit P May 25th T
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your trees are not thrifty, )',....: YVINN-DIXJE' STORES NO,
perhaps they are showing ;:" ....r COPYRISMT, -1961
signs of hunger and thirst. <; ,. ;c: ': '
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potassium are necessary I ; ;;!:
to keep trees from looking as\ .. 16 TO 20 LB. AVERAGE
"three sheets in j (..... I' g; i'J3... s
if they were '"""' "'" -- ,
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trees,make show poor unhealthycolor bud development .............., .CUT 'ON DOTTED LINE ,.*....CS"A.e ef.._....-::sis...*-.:.;*.;;.3f-. /i i? r.. ; .' Shank PortionJ ?* _
drying branches and in r. _: ;:.._',:,--. '.0.<0 j.01 :
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general make poor growth. I; .;",.'" :-.t ,:'ii5'"j e _
Trees will usually perk up ; JJ.w.C-N I ,! ''I w Jw. :' '. ..
their leaves t if you apply a -TAMP. {TAYPe I -sY s ?
12-12-12 .or similar analysis I ...r'2r4: .+ ;\ BUTT PGRTI0! LB 39
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fertilizer, into the'grouruf"neartheir House j J 100 EXTRA i *r*?*
feeder roots App, the HAM LB.
fertilizer through a series of \WHOLE 39c
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(J.t1J{ fen
crowbar holes made about one '

foot apart starting, at the COffEE 1 WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR L l: .
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tree trunk and extending as : REG.
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NEAREST FRIENDLY WINNDIXIEGood '
far out as the tree branches.The I BI t .
Thru Limit One Coupon to Adult With J ,
amount of plant
tptal
food to pour into the holes May 25 A 5.00, Mare Food Order q .
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should equal one pound of LB BAG ED \
TRIMM
fertilizer for each inch diameter |CRCt I I i i i 11 i d d d CLOSE
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of the tree.

Flowers annual 1 ................................................._1 ; k 5 th.! LB. 79c
Don't delay planting C S tea
seed another day. Prepare a ,
small area In one corner of FRESH ROUND
the garden in a wellprotected LB- CUT BON LESS 8
PORK LIVER FULL *
19c 8 {
spot. This Is a good idea IB. .
because seedlings have a bet k s
ter chance to survive attacksby
ECONOMY
birds, scratching sessionsmy J CHUCK
dogs and cats and tramp SLICED BACON 3 LBS $j CLOSE TRIMMED fl
ling by roving bands of young y

cops'nrobbers.Prior IS.! SAVE 3H* EACH > STANDARD
to planting, work the FRESH -

soil add until a sprinkling it is loose of and friable garden LAMB PATTIES LB 19C t ; FRoast 0 e"BEEFPLHE" T t' eI t 303 CAN 91

fertilizer to the surface, and >
then mix the plant food into I t SAVE l 10#
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the top four inches of the soil. 19.t. ;re7.ST.RAYJ91:
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Water the area well rake it PEANUT iAMB BREASTL B. \ ?

smooth, and then sow the seed ..
in the shallow trenches that -' .
GROUND -- << SAVE 16* EACH DEEP SOUTH PEANUT
are about twice the diameterof GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN ,. LEAN, FRESH IJ/
the seed in depth. (1RA .1 \\I

annuals There are that a can score be or seeded more BUTTER BACKS & NECKS LB. 10c tij 3l9:1 t Butter e 1 1 a24oz1AR 49"

now. One is the ageratum. Va- B.i SAVE 11, EACH t BLUE er WHITE ARROW

border rieties of plant this produce low growing blue 24 OZ. r *r&ALL ,, . Detergent' GIANT 43'a

lavender-pink, golden yellow + .., fSS, -., .. \iW'. :
... and creamy white blossoms. -. "/Q..t- .i"- .r.4. *:' >; f-' '
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Celosia either the cockscombor < %*#*"> EACH ASTOR POLY-UNSATURATED
feather type, will give a. :;: )' '\. ::. ,8uftj&I "l GRADE "A" SUPERBRAND FRESH FLORIDA 3LB.
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Color-wise you can choose $1{ ; ;; l A R E E S SAVE .
fiery red or golden yellow. !.i GRINDS VAC PACKED ''t 1 10* EACH DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN
For tall, lanky background >
flowers try the four-foot cos- 1 I if Ate "t\ Fancy Rice 3.LB.PKG.. 351iJ
mos. They make good cut otree

flowers and produce pink, s.'..'. CI".V';.i1 SAVE 4#" EACH CRACKIN' GOOD
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white, crimson and rose colored :':- It
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you like to garden in the ;::. 1-LB. CAN 1.U! PKG.X

shade during the hot days { .
plant sultanas, also known as .1 SAVE 21" ,{ '
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Other annuals to plant now include marigolds, dwarf sal- VAC PACKED COFFEE Save 19* /iJ V" I.
via or scarlet sage, wishbone ...
flowers, rose moss zinnias, 1-LB. ,:"7--" '# "jf:'t;:: ,.,. <:1 ,V. 'i( j 14. :

four-o-clock, petunia moonflower Folgers I CAN 48 l hV' \; FflbtmysiBESTl A Bii8 \;;;}! f p !
and periwinkle. lJiO ",
When transplanting annuals BANANAS ?**5 f Limit one with $5.00 1Ii J t-V i!] \ lCXAA.v JSi T 7 "
be sure to feed thema I I i/: PLAIN or SELF-RISING 'l1iJV \ .
t' food order or more. .;l::;,., tip. { ft11; I ;..:..:.. ALL PURPOSE 't .
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plants with a pint of fertilizer- LB is : ...J.' :
rich water. Add two tablespoons hw : fI1 t.
S-LO. BAG H1
of a commercial fertilizer IE L
per gallon of water for r.l limit one with $5.00 Sit 24-oi. JAR .
plants set in sandy soil anda G \, .'A or mora order, JJ .;
like amount of low nitrogenand I A :e FROZEN S : SAVE 12
high potash fertilizer for 'fa SAVE 20" ii'SUPERBRAND -
plants set in muck or peat .t -
soils (Thirfty Maid Ice Milk/ 49,} POST TOASTIES 7
t I V : -max iIJ ALL PURPOSE OIL Save 11*
Here is a tip on how to ( Ice /
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make araised flower bed the 591 Cereals-oLPKG.19| it/j b
base'of a tree without possible 1 GaL | VPCCfll24s| o'

damage to the tree. MORTON APPLE; CHERRY PEACH, COCONUT 1 SAVE 2.* EACH e/ y
L Limit one with $5.00

outer Construct masonry an wall inner to containthe and an Fruit Pies. 3roii., k jV: c food order.

bed. Build the Inner wall
MORTON @- z / teoai ,'
close.to the circumference of CHICKEN BEEF, TURKEY .a6'
the tree allowing ample COrnFlakes fi.VJ s >
Meat Pies. 6 $1. fi:
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space for tree growth. The dIstance .

between walls and the l BWEET'FLOWDA''_ ; .GRQWi '.
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KEN LIMEADE or KENDALL ((6-ozJ -
height of the walls depend on HASTINGS
the size of the bed you desire. $ I
Lemonade 8 CANS 1. a. .

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CHURCH WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
POTATOES 'z I ONE 2-La. PKS FROZEN Two .
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Morning Worship, 11 a. m. r. FRESH -
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Training Union, 6:30: p.m.Eve- EAR AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ANY WINN-DIXIE
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day 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. lB. .
Potatoes 5 3 9
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20oz. BOTTLES '
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$1.00 on MORE WORTH or
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BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Thomas L. Hardin. son of .... '#3". /0"10. ;;...... ..,... .,. all other self-employed per reach retirement age without
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence V. .d.h. I sons must report their actual having earning enough social

-Morning: Sunday Worship School 10 11 a.a.m.m.: I: SERVICE MEN I Hardin of Starke recently ., .... .. ., .; I net profit for social security I security credits.-to. qualify for Fountain Esterbrook Pens Cartridge$1.95 $2.95 and a ;
recruit training I .
completed Navy ; purposes, and the net profit benefits.Mr.
I $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH.
'Evening 7:00
Worship
: p.m.1 AND WOMEN at the Great Lake, Hl. ; ....:. must 'amount to at least $400 Spann urged self-em-
Prayer meeting Wednesday!
Naval Training Center. yearly for them to get social ployed farmers to check their i

7:30 p.m.- Rev. R. T. Williams. I security credits. However a social status''at I -
the !
I security
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'. Pfc. Marshall B. Crosby, '_1 8 11iura 8ui'qess (oltr self-employed farmer can ac-I nearest district office of the I -

son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd tually lose money from Social Security Administration. ,

Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at I ;".". ," ':..'.''..',!!<-'.'#<.t:;(;J .;'1 Crosby of Starke, is a mem- -Box lOt, Sulphur Springs, Ind- farm and operation still social in a given I'' The office serving this I( To help boy or pri chart
Bradford County Telegraph. >.:,:. :. >:; .:'.: ..;)'.<{.S <. .. r- ber of the 1st Battle Group'of (; ; year get secur- area is located at 411 SW I "happy end oootwful .Ufa
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... ;;- '; ; ity credit by using an optional -
,..' <, ,. ,' ;' ., ., ;' .1.'.'..'..' P4; :;" the 38th Infantry, scheduled : 6:3 Wherein I write from Jeru- fugees. I pray and pray Second Avenue in Gaines I
; ..' @ V"v' .:ti'Jf i ; method. Under C To tfitp bren peace of mt7>!aooadaarmnansiruonh
,;:./ ; .' .;;, to be air-lifted to Fort ; salem and send my loving "God bless them." reporting ville.
: '* .../,,"" ... .. the optional method, if a far- tt
.. ) Benning, Ga. from Germanyin thoughts to you all, so far We go over into Jewish
,ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM t ...... 'Ht/" :.r. RI mid-April under the troop .. away. territory to see Nazareth and mer's gross income is'\it least Methodist Church C To, defig&t tt. .xil of ccw
> HOW TO KILL IT. rotation system. > ..; I'm ;here in this lovely old cross to "No Man's Land." It $600, he can report twothirdsof but huMW
IN 3 DAYS city; makes me sad for there'is his gross income and get wned ca Oxford:
IT Crosby is a machine-gunner Thursday, :May 23-Chan-:
pot pleased with strong instant-dry. } social security credit for I
Inn T-4.L. Jour 48c back at any drug in the group's Co. E. A grad-' Where Jesus walked by the so much need of prayer and up eel Choir rehearsal. eyttle

store.Watch Watch Withy, : infected,lc,0'a'skin- it.slouch Itch ana off I A.........7. s 4tI uate of Bradford County High i ; way help'for all.I to er's$1,200 actual earnings.net profit If amountsto a farm- Friday May 24-225th Al- an
Lui'nanS are :one. TODAY at School, he entered the Army I t Henceforth and forevermore leaye nere Aionoay for Tel dersgate Commemoration Ser- /

p.. in July 1962, completed basic'j Aviv. We are in such a lovely more than $1,200, he reports vice, 8 p.m.Sunday .
\ .. the actual net earnings.In I
A All Stores t2frdlJk
Drug :' .. P training at Fort Jackson, S. 111 love Jesus more each hotel- The National Palace. May 26Church

C-, and arrived overseas in I day. The people who run it are setting up the optional School 9:45 a. m. Morning f
.4; rF October 1962. The battle j Pvt. Buck L. Kight, son of What a wonderful exper- wonderful, and I recommendit reporting provision in the social Worship, 11 am. Snack Sup- i fj hells'.Qft talks ah s U7I

1-"..... has been stationed in Mrs. Guy T. Hammond of ience to walk where Jesus security law Congress I, .
group to anyone making a trip per for MYP. 6:30 pjn. Youth four OaoJUtart tat au"/Ujrfiiuxu
1I ym for the past six' Starke has completed recruit walkedto touch the spot recognized that farmers have .
I Germany over here. Meetings, 7 p-m. Evening Worship Air jaur uLectia
REAL training at the Marine Corps where problems not generally encountered I
I months. he was born and to
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ESTATE, Recruit Depot, Parris Island, pray. Well, there are so many by other businessmen. 8 p.m.Wednesday I

S. C. During this training he more _exciting things to see, we Profits and losses are May 29-Prayer I
Anyone who can, and has must be on our way. Will Meeting and Bible Study 7:30
I SECURITYBegins 10" always long to travel here
,
I rifle range firing the M-14 write again when we get a from to in farm- p.m.Ti3E. I
II ly year year
should: do so now. It is
I .. a breathing spell God bless
rifle and receiving instructionin I
ing. If the option were not 1 BULLINGTONStudio
wonderful trip. We are having RIGHT POINT for the
one.
other infantry I you every
W.; weapons. available the low earnings in and
such write. Come
lovely weather and I am way you
.i with Wheaton College Tour, -Love.In Jerusalem Mother Lura years would result in low retirement select your favorite ESTER- I & Gifts

I Rabid 'Coons 'I I so am learning more about Kingdom of Jordan benefits for many BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE I 104 W. Call St.

Pvt. Marvin Mosley, son of On Increase the Bible as I go along. farmers and others would GRAPH.
: Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mosley of ,
0 I You can still see the shep-
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Route 2, Starke, has completed Reports ShowRabid Farmers AdvisedOn
herds and sheep on the hill
xa eight weeks of military police : t where they were that wonderful Social SecurityMany i
',training at the U. S. Army raccoons are appar- Christmas Eve so_ many SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS NEEDED
Center Fort the increase in Flor-
Training Gordon ently on
r' .op KaA.SJC years ago. The tomb from farmers in the Brad- t

0l Ga. During' the course, he received ida.Dr. which Jesus aros '.Old Ro; ford County Area are passingup 12 TO 15 GIRLS NEEDED TO GO TO WORK
instruction in such sub- W. G. Winkler, acting
FS] I man roads- the hill where valuable social security '
jects as civil and military law, I director of the Division of Jesus was crucified. The beau- credits, according to John W. AT ONCE AGES 18 TO 40 -- ,, '

I traffic control map reading, t 4 Veterinary Public Health, tiful garden of Gethsamene Spann Jr., social security "

With YourREALTOR Iprisonerofwar control, and warns all persons to stay away where Jesus prayed '. old district manager in Gaines- ; PLEASE APPLY FOR INTERVIEWBETWEEN

self-defense. He is a 1959 I .a y from any wild animals-par- olive trees. The place where ville. I '
of Bradford < HOURS : :
graduate High ,
ticularly raccoons that appear Stephen was stoned to death "In examining the tax returns -- '- ""' .

School and entered the Armyin to be tame or ill, and the temple .area of Solo- of farmers applying for 9:00 TO 12 AND 1:00 TO 4:00 -:

July 1959.Airman come,out in view during day- mon the place where Jacob benefits," Mr. Spann said,

A Realtor is a trained professional light hours. "Rabid animalslose came to sacrifice his son, "we find ample evidence that

-a permanent, responsible 2-c Tim M. Green, their sense of fear and Isaac. Where Paul was struck the majority of small farm -BIG! DAD MANUFACTURING CO.

businessman.! When son of Mrs. Pearlie O. Greenof may come up in the yard blind out of the city of Da- operators are not aware of :

you buy, sell, or lease with Route 1, Starke, has arrived where children are playing" mascus. The Wailing Wall the special reporting provis- i

his skilled counsel you get at Castle Air Force Base I-Pvt. Medford W. Shealy- Jr.,I Dr. Winkler warns.It the place where Christ was ions which benefit self-em- Church & Brownlee Streets

the security of knowing an I in California for assignmentwith of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. is a common belief that before Pilot. Where Saul was ployed farmers." I

expert has handled the a unit of the StrategicAir Shealy of the State Farm, rabies is more prevalent in crowned King the tombof Mr. Spann explained that

transaction for you-an expert Command. He is an air- recently completed the 15- hot weather but this is not Samuel.t:

has craft structural repairman, week! radio teletype operation necessarily according to,
; who access to the so We
passed today's nail fac.
world's largest storehouse of and was previously assigned to course at The Southeastern the Florida State' Board of !
tory, and flour mill Most all
real estate knowledge, I' Hunter AFB in Georgia His Signal School, Fort Gordon, Health. "Weather is not a of the workers are refugees [ II YTOfflDOLLAR'FlTHURSDAY

through his membership in wife is the former Irene M. Ga.Pvt. major factor in this very dan I from Palestine, and good

his local real estate board I O'Toole of Canada. Shealy is a 1962 grad- gerous disease," Dr. Winklersays. Arabs. We saw'the little town

and the National Associationof i uate of Bradford County High "The reason more cases where Mary and Joseph found
Real Estate Board 1 School and entered the Army are reported in the warm
Sgt. l-c Earl R. Stokes, son Jesus at the age of. 12, study
last months is because and
of Henry B. Stokes of Starke. September completingbasic men ing with the church folk \
Look to the training at Fort Gordon. animals are more active out- I
i is a member of the U. S. Army when they returned after a II I
Realtor who doors at that time," he adds. II
1 .
Caribbean, Advanced day's journey to find him. I
this < Last the Florida board
displays! z o z Marksmanship Unit team Pfc. Douglass A. Thomas, year Yesterday I saw Hebron
Emblt'l11thes'Dlbol distributed 419 doses of anti-
C ;i which recently won the an- son of Carl J. Thomas of I and the pipe line,.we gave to
rabies vaccine for humans
of 9 Z nual Pan American Rifle Route 2, Starke, recently this country to bring good ,
bitten by animals to safe-
security. Matches in the Canal Zone. completed an eight-week pow- water to Jerusalem. It is really
S7AS guard them against possible
More than 180 marksmen from erman course at'The Engineer I, long. We visited a school
rabies. Once the disease develops -
National Association of 20 Western Hemisphere coun- I School, Fort Belvoir Va. During for the blind, and the child-
death is certain. Thereis !
Real Estate Boards tries participated in the meet. I the course he received instruction ren sang beautifully in Eng-

111. Sgt. Stokes entered the Armyin in the operation and no cure. lish. It is Protestant.: If any- ,
-
JChicago
D. 1952 and was stationed at maintenance of hand and No human cases have been one wishes to help, send 'contribution -
Washington, C. ,
Fort Benning Ga. before arriving power tools, gasoline and die- reported hi Florida: since to: Home for The I

SPONSORED BY THE in Panama in October sel engines, and various typesof 1948. Blind, Bethlehem, Jordan. It FRIDAY DAY BARGAinS
'
1960 for"his tour of duty; He electric generators. In 1961 there were 68 laboratory is a wonderful thing, being

BRADFORD CLAY attended Melrose High School. Pvt. Thomas graduated from confirmed cases of done for our Lord. I am also, SATURDAY

BOARD of REALTORS His wife, Fidilinia, is with him Bradford High School in 1961 rabies among animals in the getting all the Bible references I

STARKE in the Canal Zone. and entered the Army in Sep- stale, and in 1962 there were for each spot visited, and i Auction Money Given With Each Purchase Dollar For Dollar
tember of the same year. His 72. Among these were 39 rac- taking colored picture slides.

wife, Pamela, lives in Sylvester coons, five dogs, five cats, four There is excavation by men'
Guy Andrews Pvt. Julian Glisson ;
C. Afternoon 25th
son Be For Grand Auction Saturday May
W. B. SewellA. of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Glissonof Ga., and his mother Mrs. foxes, three skunks, 14 bats. -digging a basement for anew Ready ,
Alva Werre, lives one horse and one bobcat.So hotel the street.
Route 1
J. Thomas Route 1, Starke recently on across I,
completed an 18-week fire Lake Butler. far this year, a dozen or All the work is.done by pick
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS more cases have been reported dirt and I
distributions electronics and shovel, and the .

The Signal Center courseat Fort Pvt. William C. Powell m, among 'coons, one fox, one stones carried in baskets to a''1 ....,... ... _,., ...
James E. MeEaehern bat and wild cat. ..,...'. ."' '... ,. ." # ,._ -r.Moh.
son of Mr. and Mrs. \V. C.Powell one truck. All the workers are re- i ...,..'" "", h,, .
.. ,... .. ', ""Y / ,'t"C ,,-,
Monmouth N. J. He entered .. .0
S. E. McKay ; City and county laws require ,J .........,' .... ':'" ,. <..,. .... ... .
.
of Starke, is taking ''''' "' "' ,
C. J. "Pete" O'Conner1IIDl1LEBG'RG the Army in September 1962 basic combat infantry train- the immunization of 1 L,' ..... ......". ) v.'jI';A: ...\" .

J and will now be assigned to ing at Fort dogs, but not cats. The boardof Ii f/ \ ...
Jackson, S. C., <
Fort Bliss, Texas for further ...;
where he has been assignedto health has long advocatedthat Ii \
in missile
TOn. It. specialized training cats be immunized also, !p SUN .. \ .
W..igt'l equipment. Co. D, 6th Bn., 2nd Train- I .... r 1)-f"TABLE,
ing Regiment. During his basic because they are allowed more ,I'I' .... ) .
'
training he will receive instruction freedom, are harder to keep!I .'"I '.t ,, \

in a wide variety of under fence, and are very vicious i

XCHECKWRLUCKf infantry skills, along with intensive when rabid.
physical conditioning.Pfc. All animal bites are requiredby Charley w '

MM8&; law to be reported to health P A'

CAM William C. Barnes, son authorities because they must E. f '( j Flat Vie rg .
.
be investigated for possible : ; '
of Mr. and Mrs. Berry L. Bar- : ,
I nes of Lawtey, recently com- cases of rabies. Report all I t t c } ; J !
WA 4 8.i ..
27 .
1 Johnsabout
pleted a five-week basic air- such bites to the Bradford I TO .t; :\ ; '
\ J :
craft maintenance course at County Health Department at I, ,'. : \k\... Inc $.t >

, The Aviation Center, Fort I once. this question: i ''t \. l .'I .t.... I
"
\ 0 1 l sr Rucker, Ala. He received Instruction .\ .f j
, "When the newspaper re- \ l\IOSTL Y ._
in the operation of I Driver Licenses ),. lu 1.-'
i '
iI I Army airfields and in servic- fers to ,a 'bail bond', contract \ ':' $1.00 Values six f /j

1 =- ing airplanes and helicopters.Pvt. Friday May 30, is the bond', 'administrators ......."-' 71' '',\. .J. ...
I Barnes entered the Ar- : deadline for those persons bond' or fidelity: "'-'. '\' .../,."... ,,, .

: VALVESU my in January 1962. His wife born in May to purchase their bond', I've often wondered 4 .,..!'\. -'.-. ..-.""."'!. .! !' ;' J/ 'sa.4, 'x t<>!'J'' .

I i rANT !' Joanne lives on Route 1, Law- I new driver's license Only where such bonds are I _-"- '"v.,......" jy,."...-.._.., Fw t

: ON ADMIRAL r tey. i those persons with birthday in available. Does the Charley.

a odd numbered year are reqUITed E. Johns Agency supply all

QUALITY APPLIANCES Airman 1st class William to renew licenses, the such types of bonds?" : ".WTONGSf" ,,,.. 'W..P'/lII' ",_ Y"/: ';"Ii

Harvey Tanner, son of Mr. county judge's office announced .
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and Mrs. Ernest E. Tanner of : this week. Charley E. Johns i l'tIEN'S
HMOUS DIUI-T09
: I I 111 et. fttEFXUERATOfc Starke ler AFB has in Mississippi arrived at for Kees-assignment THE RIGHT POINT for the Agency i
f Ii I
FREEZE! war you write. Come in and r
with eTOYS3 Toyo Caps
,'Mod IT1334. Air Training Command.a unit of the A select your favorite ESTER- PHONE 964.0121 .

With! thi finest lit BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. -
duality and convenl. communications operations instructor 131 S. Walnut St. R Elsewhere CI $ P -6

I ence tide-out ftiturtsi shelves,two full, Airman Tanner was aE E s o f e
F i I
width crisper. Bottle-! previously assigned to Clark 3 7 Elsewhere
deep "Pantry Ooor"? 49c
; shelves, butter tam./ l AFB in the Philippine Islands.He I AMBULANCE SERVICE REG.4c 12'
partmeni,'n sterste). is a graduate of BHS and I
'fenny! Plndiw"IT f "w' II
1960. i DeWitt C. Jones Home )
i Funeral i Ladies and Childrens tsJI.lI ;
ij j I

r 219A Edwards:Airman 3rd class Ernest E I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director y 11I' iIt4.. t..l :'A'.J'liI3dj\ft i"AII'.iIl': '.j.j'. 'ila!
son of Mr. and Mrs. -
Ernest Starke, Fla. ._ ._ _.' -: ,:. : ,_ ::.. ......:: _._: '_. ,:: '-,.: -_' ._ H''q'- '
W. TI Edwards of Brooker, isbeing
reassigned to overseas RENTAL SERVICES CHILD'S

duty hi France following his ; Hospital Bed, Wheel Chairs, Crutches LADIES ALL PURPOSE
graduation from the U.s. Air I

Force technical training 1I I II I i

course for jet aircraft mechan- I SWIM SUITSSUN
I 1 rl ; it SWIM SUITS ,
r ics at Amarillo AFB Texas. : G L A S S That's Our Business

', SPECIAL United,52.25 Time VALUE Airman Edwards is a grad- : "If It's Glass We Have It" BOYS and GIRLS
only uate of BHS and entered the SUITS
Sure.ro-DICt7fi CALL WRITE or VISIT
OFFER! Air Force in October 1962. C
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FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
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wish to express our sin-' (NOT INC.)

DAHMER'SDISCOUNT cere thanks to, the many relatives "Formerly Joe Peters Glass (V
and I
friends who gave We Design Modern Store Fronts
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us so much comfort and en-
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fTTTTTTTTtTTYYYTTTTTTILAWTEY of Lake Butler. Some others Tuesdays just after school. Intermediate Waine and Danny Norman ol I and children of Jacksonville one's name. This will help I r
were visiting relatives and GA on second and Miami were also visiting ove:' Homes Exchanged them to vote intelligently in
attended with them. fourth Mondays, 8 p.m. and the weekend.Mr. i district elections. WILLIAMS
Some time ago P. L. Dinkins TH- ">g .JfS*
PTA Meeting Youth and Mrs. Carl Carr Home
Meeting on alternate
and Milo Smith made legal; The trip for our girls was
By Enxa Blanchard A short concert by 15 mem- Saturdays at 8 p.m. were visiting their soninlawand arrangements to trade homesas sponsored by the Home Demonstration JEWELRYREPAIRS
bers of the BHS Band was a
Personals
.. daughter, Mr. and Mrs soon as they gathered their
JIA A A AAAAAAAAAAA A AAj Council.
surprise treat at the Lawtey; Dinner guests of Mrs. Hat-I Garland Norman, during the strawberries. Last Saturday a DemonstrationNotes r
Benefit Supper Junior High School PTA;, tie Darley, Miss Sinna Pres- week. the exchange really took
The Methodist Youth Fellowship i meeting on May 14. This was I cott, and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Perry place. There was much passing l I WATCHKSDIAMOND9AD
the that chosen to I
will sponsor a Spaghetti ; group was Bennett and children were on and Mrs. Eunice Prevatt of and reoassing but that Work Guaranteed
i play at Fort Walton Beach. I
in the school cafeteria I i Monday. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Jacksonville were weekend night each family was In its
Friday May 24, from 5 to 6!! Mrs.the Gene Pearson presented -j!I Wilkinson and son. and Mrs. guests of Mrs. John Brown new home-that Is. new to By Dorothy Ross A. C. Williams
for
following officers f
pm. All you can eat for $1.j II I Nancy McPherson of Maxville; and daughters and the Ralph: them and one that better fit- Home Demonstration Agent jtFM 142 W. Can St.
Proceeds will be used to help installation: Mrs. Hiram Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dar- Wise family. ted them rpsptctively.[ Starke Fla.I .
with expense of sending young president; Mrs. E. L. ley and children of Starke on School Outings f ,
to 'Massey vice president Mrs. The Leo Dyal family recently fi
people summer camp. Come ; Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. H. H. Hamilton went I i .
and enjoy good food and Daisy Bock secretary; Mrs. Lossie Carter and I visited Six Gun Territory' with hr third grade to St. We have with us now day- churn and freeze. [6] Serve
chatting with your friends. J. C. Knight, treasurer. Prin- daughter, Mrs. Ruby Cook of and stopped by Ocala to sea!! Augustine one day last week. lilies and hot weather. Day- with chocolate sauce. I I
cipal C. M. Clark announcedthat Mr. Deal's aunt, Mrs. Burt lilies are VariationBUTTER :
Baptist Homecoming Starke, were visiting Mr. and Thev were accompanied by blooming beautifullyand
A great event of last Sun- graduation exercises will Mrs. Harold Eunice Saturday. Butler. the following mothers: Mrs. in this period of "clean- PECAN Melt 1 :I
day was the Annual Home- be held at 7:30: pan. June 4. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bowie Hiram Bennett Mrs. Donald i ing and fixing up," we hope sick butter in heavy skillet.! TERWILLEGAR
coming at the First Baptist Refreshments were servedby Starling were Mr. and Mrs and children of Dinsmore were Bennett Mrs. Ralph Wise I you will plant more daylilies. Add 2 cups chopped nuts and
Church. Rev. Croft brought a the first grade room mo John E. Starling and family I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mrs. Joe Lamb. Mrs. Arvice]I They offer much beauty fora stir to toast lightly. Add to; '
thers. Phillips and sons last Sunday.Mr. little effort.Summertime. basic ice cream and churn. :
good message in the morningto of Eaton Park on Sunday Kirkland and Mrs. J. D. Pre- :
a large congregation. The Church Schedules'Grace Corral Starling spent Sundayto and Mrs. Allen Carterof vatt, Jr. j I Is Ice cream STRAWBERRY OR OTHER'
outdoor dinner was enjoyedby Methodist Church Monday with the Starlings.Mr. Jacksonville spent Satur It was the Zoo in I time! "Homemade ice cream"are FRUIT: Use ,l\v\ quarts whole I
everyone. In the afternoon School. 9:45: a. m. Morning and Mrs. Ray Dorman I day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul vine last Friday for Jackson-I magic words. If you have milk and 2 cups sweetened ____
Mr and Mrs. Harold Alvarez, Worship 11 a. m. Evening spent Sunday with Mrs. B. E.I I Bennett and daughters. and second grades with their' an ice cream churn use it a fruit. Chop larger fruits. May i -J
Mrs. Ivory Thompson and Service. 8 p. m., MYF each I Reddish and attended the Friends of Mrs. Carrie Tay respective teachers, Mrs. Jack I' lot this summer for afternoonor use a puree of banana, guava,I
Mrs. Raymond Hess joined In Wednesday. 8 pjn.: Baptist Homecoming. Earlierin lor will regret to learn of herdeath Brassell. and Mrs. H. C. Kel j evening refreshments. Ice mango or cantaloupe. I
the song service. Among other First Baptist Sunday the week Mr. and Mrs. R. I at the home of her son ly. Several parents also attended cream is nourishing and Is an CHOCOLATE CHIP: Chop ,
out-of-town School, 10 am. Morning Worship L. McLane and :Mrs. Francis and daughter-in-law, :Mr. and energy food. too. sweet chocolate into small i
guests were thep I including Mr. and
11 a.m. Training Union. Richwine the Mrs. For bits. Add 1 to basic ice I
st were visiting J. T- Prevatt. information on care cup
a or'i 6 son-in-law and Bobby Dyal. Mrs Betty Ellis,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mc- 7pm. Evening Service 8 p. Reddish's.Mr. Weekend visitors of Mr. and I Mrs Paul W. Walters Mrs and use of the ice cream cream mix. I
m. Prayer Meeting each Wed- and Mrs. Ed Roberts Mrs. Walter Wilkison Luther churn, contact the Home 4-H Council Week-end
Call of Jacksonville were Hilliard. Mrs. Carl I
Mr. and nesday, 8 YWA meets ,
p.m. on and son of Miami spent the their Demonstration Office. Also Brenda Green and Thelma
son-in-law Griffis
,
Mrs. J. D. and daughter Mrs. Charles Sapp,
Terrell. Mrs. P.J first and third Tuesday, 8 p. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. we have recipes for other milk Knight of Brooker attendedthe
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. A. C.
Dobbs Kirkland
B. Johns and Mrs.
.
Mrs.
Hickson i m Junior GA, first and third Oscar
Carter. Their nephews,i craft and Mrs. Allen. desserts that you may enjoy. council weekend for 4-H ,
( Call 964-2865 or white Box council delegates held in St. ... J '"'I_ 1
I
267. Augustine last Friday night
;County Eyes Basic Ice Cream and Saturday. The weekend

This may be used with any meeting was composed of del-
Yawn Plat
desired flavoring, or fruit. It egates from the seven coun- SPECIALS
[I is delicious served plain with ties in our 4-H district, and
1 4millrt" i For Subdivision or without a sauce of :fruitor then enjoyed a cook-out on
I chocolate. the beach.
Ii
rJl i The plat of Holly circle a Eight eggs beaten; 2 cups Saturday morning they tour-
:, new subdivision proposed by sugar; one-eighth teaspoonsalt ed the city and had lunch as !
County Judge T. A Yawn on ; 2 quarts whole milk; 2 guests of the Chamber of $$1195 -1959 Ford Country
'
'his property on Highway 16 cans undiluted evaporatedmilk Commerce.For ,
[north] was received by the ; 2 teaspoons vanilla. the serious part of the I Sedan Station Wagon, V-8
I County Commission on May 7, [1] Beat eggs slightly. Add meeting, the girls learnedw J Fordomatic, Radio and Heater ,
with formal acceptance con- sugar. Stir. [21] Add 1 quart hat their responsibilitieswould j .
ditional upon streets being whole milk and vanilla cook be at the State Council -
I graded to specifications of j over low heat until thick. meeting. It will be held in
,, Road Foreman R. E. Jones. I Stir constantly. [3] Immedi- connection with the state $ 995 -- 1959 Ford Fordor
Commissioner Jerome Johns ately add rest of whole milk short courses next month in
objected to accepting the and the undiluted milk. [41] Tallahassee. They became so V-8, Fordomatic, Radio & Htr.
: plat before streets were graded Let stand until completelycool. I well acquainted with each
THURS. FRI. SAT. I saying this was! a viola- [51 Pour into ice cream other they could call every-
tion of board olfcy.I I ----- I I $ 795 -1958 Ford Tudor
I Surveyor M. G. McMillan
Terrific HONDA
Savings on who presented the plat on behalf ((6)), Std. Radio & Heater

: of Judge Yawn, said it'' .
First Quality Merchandise! would be an unnecessary de- ( SUPER f=
: lay to wait'until streets Y
were $ Ford FordorFairlane
5951957
: SPORTS -
graded since the terrain involved -- -_

no special problems -.- 500, V$, Fordomatic,
TERRY 50" =--
BATH TOMS and the work could be done
Radio'and Heater
: ,
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quickly according to Jones' ,
WDMEtfS 49c VALUE I, specifications. II I!I .
McMillan said if the board 1

7 ; was to adhere to a policy of Li MORE USED
S not accepting streets until !
: they were graded, it should ,i! M L
CARS TO
BLQU11LCi "FORWOMEN'S 3
: have a prepared sheet of I I II|I
:_ specifications .
on file In the > -= ---
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:I clerk's would office know so property just owners what- II;j I II'I I : ; !: CHOOSEMAY FROMNEW

they had to do. j
I .
Johns asked McMillan if he I I < .' -fki- -!, :- _: :::.-. _- _,
: :
would help such data, -
prepare hand
BOYS operated clutch injection
SPORT SHIRTS ram
HOUSE SHOES and the surveyor agreed to !I carburetion.. '
do I .special racing- '
so. i: type high compression i head of
yReg.88C In other action Tuesday !', -ii: L aluminum. alloy, __ [ AR
the board agreed to fill in a
$ '
$1.99. .: portion of the Bradford Coun- '
'- ty fairgrounds to be used by i
$ VALUESEAMLESS :': the Sheriff's Posse for construction I OVER 200 MILES PER GAL.
of an arena. The i
request was made by Dr. PRICES START AT 269.00

M. Christoffers. D'j

: Attorney Accepted George a petition Pierce,from on j' MCGRIFFYS TRADING MART

WOMEN'S JAMAICA SETSReg. behalf of T. H. Slade and ---
: J. C. Sawyer, requesting a '

C .': posal public to hearing close certain on their unused pro- 130 N. COURT ST. PHONE 961.1021 23 24 & 25 ONLY

$ ,
streets in Crosby Lake Shores. I
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$1.99 S166 NYLONS : BAPTIST CHURCH II

HEILBRONN C.II.C NASWORTIIY

Sunday School 10 a. m. I II II' 9195

I Morning Worship 11 a. m.I ,

WOMEN'S i i Training Union. 7 p.m. Evening I i FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
UNBLEACHEDi I Worship, 8
T-SHIRTS pjn. Prayer 310 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. .
Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pm.! Plus Tax-Tag-Title
FULL Value'S : Rev. Charles Harvey, !
pastor. I r Get Your AUCTION DOLLARS With All Purchases.

$1.79 Value MUSLIN :; BOATDRAIN CHURCH BAPTIST I I Be Ready, May For 25.7PIECE. GRAND AUCTION Saturday Afternoon NEW FALCON TUDORINCLUDING



$$1 1 2 FOR $$1 $ I, Morning Sunday Worship School, 10 11 .a.m-m..I t! LIVING ROOM SET

YDS. $1 I Training Union. 6:30: p. m. :!: 41i{ ,"H f..t it.. Sofa Matching chair Heater, Turn Signals, Spare TireHUNDREDS
Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. ?,!( }:b..t. _. _L
Prayer Meeting Wednesday I .ti...!...: ;n::! <1<:,:" J r..;t Foam 2 Lamps 2 step '__ _'_ ;:,: _:= = .' :i; -_-}__:/
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7:30: p. m. i r.Tables 1 Coffee Table -

": r Rose, Beige or Sea'foam

r Green Upholstery.
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THE Industrial Supply Shadow Box Tilting Mir DOLLARSO

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Box Springs & .. .; ,..

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and Pulpwood Equipment-Industrial We are proud to bring this Much Needed Line of
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FLORIDA
THURSDAY MAY 23, 1963


CHURCH OF,GOD Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Y-I land, $1,200.Elbert I acres of land, 9426. conservation farm plan was Internal Revenue oversite," the district director tor.

422 N. St. Clair St. PE each Wednesday 7:30: p. : Land Sales Thornton to Thomas I Guy Andrews, Starke, to prepared for James Bryant. He said. "The rare instances of '1'hlaprn 27th. 1963.

in: Prayer Meeting, Friday Discount Co., Carrollton, Ga, John A. Torode. St rke, 8 plans to use cover crops in Sets Survey flagrant abuse which be AUGUST CASSIOTO,
Sunday School. 10 a.m. I may Administrator of estate or1IarJ'
Morning Worship 11 7:30 pjn. L. S Williams parcel of land. 3000. acres of land 15500. his pecan grove to build up Of Business Firms discovered will, of course, be Leone, (formerly
m
: a. j pastor.BTU 1 $$463,426 Lester Woods to Thomas I James W Neveils to J. E. the organic condition of the dealt with according to law," Mary Meli), Deceased.

I Discount Co.. Carrollton Ga.,I Hardy, Starke, parcel of land, I The Internal Revenue Serv-i he added. HOLLIS V. KNIGHT
soil.Dutch P. O. Drawer F
of land,
parcel 3000. $15,000.
I Harley used the Dis-
I ice will start soon on a "com-i Starke, Florida ,
James C. Thornton to I Ovid Denmark to trict's grain drill to a'' '
During AprilLand Wilfordj I j plant I pliance survey" of local Bradford MenReassigned Attorney Administrator
.. Thomas Discount Co-, parcel: L. Umphenour, Jacksonville,]i cover crop of Sesbania. He I| business firms to determine many if'' ,5-2 4t 5-2S
'Sr of land 3000. :1 lot in Mount Pleasant on Sil- ,, had planted a crop of strawberries 1 are of I To -
and
purchases by E. I.I I Lester Woods, Starke, to ver Sake, 6500.. '1 after grass and re- !' they aware complying .-
I t
with Federal tax laws Lakeland AFBTwo I
DuPont d e Nemours and: Warren Finance Co., Jackson- Frank E. Pier to Mid-State : marked. "I believe that those : I
requiring the filing of tax re-
.. Company and the sale of the! ville, parcel of land, $3,000. Investment Corporation, parcel ,;i berries were the best I've turns. Starke men are being I 1 FLORIDA

I "Dixie Motel rocketed BradfordCounty's I Lloyd Castillian Fleming, of land, $3,200. | ever grown." Grass, especially 1 The survey, expected to require reassigned to Amarillo AFB
Jacksonville, to Arthur H. I Lester K. to Mid- 1
Randolph
April property trans- : Bahia is a good soil im.-
very I about three months to Tex., to attend the United
actions to 463426. j Lutgens, Jacksonville, parcel i State Homes. Inc.. parcel of
iI prover. It not
I only.adds.large complete, will comprise a States Air Force techincal
Largest transaction of the' of land, $7,700. land. $1,700. : amounts of
I organic material check of non-farm businesses training course for aircraft '
month was the $110.000 sale i, Milo R. Smith, Lawtey, to I H: A. Bishop jr., Starke, to but it also helps control in- I i: to see if all required returns maintenance specialists. ThEATER
of the Dixie Motel North Paul L. Dinkins, Lawtey, res-\ Starke Cattle ,
/ on ] Co., Starke, 80 1! '
I sects in the soil. are being filed on time, according The men. both of whom
Temple Avenue in Starke |I idence, $8,500. j acres of land. 9000. j Wade Gaskins has planteda ''I to District IRE Di-1 have completed basic military

V which was sold by William J.I j Paul L. Dinkins, Lawtey, to. Donald w. McMahone, field, that he had in ber- rector Laurit W. Tomlinson.He training here are: ,
I Brown to Dixie of Starke, I :Milo R. Smith, Lawtey, residence Bradenton, to Richard E. Ru- : :i
ries, back to Pensacola Ba- emphasized that the sur- Airman William C. Rhoden OPENING TIME
Inc., a local corporation. 7000. dolph, Miami, 21 of.
I acres
hia grass. This is a system vey is not designed to audit son of Mr. and Mrs. Arel F- Mon.
The byj, Dave Henderson to through Thurs.
property purchased Herbert land $3,000.Billy
l j called sod-based rotation.: returns but to ascertain the Rhoden of Rt. 2.
0 the DuPont Company Eugene Brown, Melrose, three Hardenbrook Show
7:00
came Ray Open
p. m. -
,
whit is proving ,to be one of: awareness and extent of compliance Airman Roger D. Dixon, son
.. from the Luther C. Powell acres of land. 1000. Starke to Ernest W. Allen the outstanding conservation with requirements of of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Starts 7:30.
family and several tracts also I A. D. Crosby, Starke, to Starke, residence, $10,000. :
practices in this area. The the Internal Revenue laws. Dixon of 636 Epperson. Fri. 3:30 Sat. 1:00-
SPECIALS! were sold by DuPont to members Douglas P. Hardy: Starke, 13 James M. Childs to Gladys 1! biggest problem is planning i i 1 and to check the completeness I Both men are 1962 graduates I

.. of the Powell family. The' acres of land $3,000. !I M. Ayer Starke, parcel of ahead to keep the land in 'of the department's recently' of Bradford High School j j "Sun. 2:00

transactions were listed as : Mid-State Homes, Inc. to!I land, $3,000.Edward !' grass for at ,least three 'installed master file of business |1 ,

follows: i, E. M. Lewis, parcel. of land, G. Saxon to Doug- Harold and Buddy Norman years firm taxpayers. Cash Paid for Good, Clean : Wed., Thurs., FrL Sat.May .
L. G. Powell to E. I. Du $1,800. las P. Hardy, 1-3 interest in, used Tomlinson pointed out that, Rajs. NJ Khakis or Wool All i
the District's drill 22 23 24 25
grain I ,
!I! M. L. Watterson I i. Cation. Brine to Telegraph.
to John of
Pont de Nemours and Company : parcel land. $1,000. to plant for most business manartements'comply
*&*4... parcel of land. $59.400. I I 1 I Jones, parcel of land $ M'I,I J. H.: Moncrief. Starke. to was talking peas to Buddy cover,crop.I who.: conscientiously with r r.RAPIL I I Double Feature

Heirs of Luther C. Powell,I!I Doley Monroe Hersey ] J. R. Kelly, Starke, residence, was helping : the tax laws but since the 1 II ITIIB cor\TY ..JDGE"cor j i
inspect the berries '
deceased, to E. I. DuPont de : Shirley Franklin Johnson,: $25,000. when he laws are so complex and there n T OF n n.HIFOIIDCOINTY f'ot 1
Nemours and Company, par- parcel of land, $3,700. I,I have been stated that they:' are so many types of returns FLORIDA. I.\ I'RO-I
piARDS cel of land, $90,600. I!I Joe Moody to Olin M. Mc- getting good re- it is feared that some firms t n XTI:
In Re- Estate of ,
: suits when they use a cover THEY HAD A DARM.! PLAN
W. C. Powell. Starke to:,: Cann :Miami, 25 acres of land, I; 'I may not be fully aware of all, Mary Leone (formerly i
the ]
i j i $2,200 crop on land they plan :, the requirements applying to i Mary deli). Deceased. ...and '
John II. Powell and Luther i to plant berries the next;; ;\O'fIF. OP FILING PETITION
3 G. Powell executors of the:1 I William A. Whichello. Belle- !I;I year In our soils we need.i' their operations. I II j: FOR UISC'II.\RGI-1 OF the

AND estate of Luther. ,Powell, deceased i',: vile Mich., to Draw- Tite' Co.,i,i ii '| plenty of organic material It "Compliance surveys will be UJMIMSTKATOn! Courage
.' ; To \II \\bom Itla1': Concern
residence under the usual
i $48,200- i conducted
100 acres of land, $10.- !!
helps in
many ways. Notice is hereby given that I to
I Fate Starke to ''Our Soil S Our j I! of fairness that i iI' user
I Brown Felix Strength I high standards t have filed my final returns as I
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4. 000.E.. I. DuPont de Nemours : S. Sapp Starket ,parcel of Soil Conservation Joint Hi School 'I' the IRS requires in all its administrator of the estate of / !
Mary Leone,
(formerly Mary
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i land, $1,800. j dealings with taxpayers ,
and Company to John H.1 I j I :Melt, deceased; that I hare
? of Dan River Powell and Luther G. Powell, '!i 'v. J. Hagan to William R.: NEWSBy (Proposed By '!Tomlinson I said. filed my: petition for final discharge .
Alderman, Hampton, residence 1! "We recognize that most of and that Iwill applyto
executors of the estate of, i' the Honorable Therou A
Clay
'' $7,000.Harold Superintendent:1, the who may be
Luther C. Powell, deceased, I Bill BaAl i delinquents Yawn, County Judge of Brad
Materialsvjjf I M. Swann, Vero brought to light by the survey ford County, Florida on June
I Soil Conservation Service i' :.
parcel of land
$10,600.E.
r Beach to Glenn W. Eby, Ft. In a letter to the Bradford will be the result of honest IP(, 196 at 10:00: A.M. for approcal r,. to '
I. DuPont ,de NeMours : of the same and for final
Lauderdale, 10 acres. of land The Board of Supervisors; School Board, Clay County misunderstandings and discharge as such administraBETTY'S -
vjjf ( Patterns) and Company to L. G. Powell, School Superintendent Hirris
i 3500. I nominated Roy demons as i i I. 1'J''
Starke, parcel of land $3,400.!I 'Long has suggested Bradford
John Daniel Harper Jr., to I outstanding conservation ,
Prices of transactions are Charles H. Wolf, Jacksonville, farmer in the District for the i, Clay, Alachua, and Putnam TOT SHOPPE Y1'

figured from documentary tax; parcel of land, $1,500. I Goodyear eleventh nation] counties build a consolidated -1g1..L' .:

stamps affixed to deeds filed I Ida Hodges Wiggins to Eve I wide Soil Conservation Awards;' high school in the Melrose- .Thurs., Fri., Sat. E. Call St. WALT DISNEY

in the office of the county;i Menefee, Jacksonville, 5.75 Program., All districts,. small[, Hawthorne vicinity. ueNrs fmfiMcutiihiWHITE
: Reg. 69c yd. clerk. Only sales of $1,000 or{ acres of land. $1,000. I] and large, have equal opportunities -1 Bradford School Superin- Auction Days Specials I

98c yd. more are listed. Other trans Surety Mortgage Invest- .for scoring. The,scoring : tendent Harmon P. Morgan STAJIL

actions were: : ment Co. to Emmett Bright j is done by the accomplishments -;i said last week that the Bradford I IONS

F Heirs of Mose Graham and: Jr:, Lawtey, parcel of 'land' in the District bas- | School Board took no TtcliLeot01'i
'I SWIM SUITS BY CATALINA
Eli Graham; both deceased,.tot t II $2,000. ed on size and number of action' upon the suggestion Na
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39c Guy Andrews and James L.,i,. Ernie Jones, Starke, to i farms.A I except to agree that Morgan .rru wm i iI iI

I./Reg. :, Andrews. Starke parcel of Horace Sanders ,Starke, 20 complete soil and water should attend a meeting: con-, 50% OFFGirl's

I I' cerning such a move if one is
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.. held. I 2 14 Boys 3 8 Preteens 8 14 I
Materialyards Happier Harmonious Home lifecomes
1 "This county needs no other I

high ,school," Morgan said Boys' Shirt Sets 25% OFF I
"It can take care of all its S"M'
1 I students right here in'Starke." !I ROBERT LIlU CURT
l $ II Bouffant 50% OFF i i TAYLOR PALMER-JURGENS
$100 But the Slips -
,. J superintendent added a&allaaa.... ...,oearvalrwPLUS
: if the
counties
i can get together -
I ,
fi. .. : 'I' they could have a Boys & Girls Summer P J's 25% OFF

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,, MAY 23, 1963 ___-'BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA, n ___ ____ PAGE _SEVENTEENTYTYTTTYYTTTTYVTTTYYT


*! the children of Mrs. Betty I Moore and Dennis Vannoy. through the following Mon- t!'I r msvn.mavravmvv, I I J O. Brown, Sunday. I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I

May's room will sing the familiar Hey, Diddle, Diddle features day, June 10. Teachers here I i :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott CHURCH i

HAMPTON nursery rhymes under I I Donna Kaye Dortch, Eston I who plan to remain on next BRO'OKERBy I II I and sons visited Mr. and Mrs.I H. Walton Grady, Minister D & W AUTO SUPPLY INC.

the supervision of Mrs. Car- Mosher. Wanda Batten. Eu- year's faculty include, Principal Johnny Hiram and Mr and ,

By Mrs.\ D. E. IIU1 olyn Canova, music teacher. I gene Meng Donald Loper, Charles E. Francis Mrs. I Shirley Green Mrs. Stewart Hiram in Tren. Week of May 26-June 1: : State Rd. 16 Between Church and Cherry Sts.

Albert Childs, Boyd Baker i and Marv Kay Carter. Peggy Kiser Mrs.!> Maureen ton Sunday.Mr. Sunday Sunday School, STARKE, FLA.
nYnTnY'YyynnYTnYYurser1 and Mary Kay Carter have I Marv Had A Little Lamb Paul, and Mrs. Betty May. Phone 2281fcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ and Mrs. Gary Steel- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Phones 964-4441 964-5891

Rhyme Program parts in Baa, Baa, Black narts include Katie Sadler. Those not returning include man of Jacksonville were I i 11 ajn. Junior Choir practice, OwnersD.
At PTA Meet Thursday Sheep; Gerald Meng will be :: Boyd Baker, Geneva Lewis Mrs. Beatrice Futch, and Mrs. Sunday afternoon guests of 6 pjn. Evening Worship, 7:3C: i Devrick
R. "Doc" Devrick Chessie.
First graders will present a Little Boy Blue; and Terry I and Jn.;r Loper. Eton Mosher Sandra Shever. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal ''I Mr. and :Mrs. Kenny Green. -
I I The BHS chorus will and children visited Mr. and 1, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Lamb p.m.Tuesday Joyce L. Ward
is!> Little Jack Hrnnpr and pre-
program based on a series of Hayes and Mary Pearsall illustrate i Executive Board
fallve Men i is Little Bo- sent a program! for studentsat Mrs. Gary Garner and family i I and children of Cross City j
at the ?
nursery rhymes PTA Ride A Cock Horse. I meeting, 9:30: am. General
Peen. with Albert Child.. Hampton Elementary in Jacksonville recently. !! were visiting :Mr. and Mrs. j jj Automotive Parts
meeting tonight [Thursday] Ten Little Indians are played Bovd Baker and Irvie Youngas 1 School this Thursday ,morning 'I .Mr,,.,,nd Mrs. Clyde PresCott j Bobby Dyal and family Sun- Meeting, Women 0 f the -- Supplies
at H a m p ton Elementary by Ronnie Joe Hall, Ervin and Church, 7:30 p.m.
I I lamb' under the direction of I family of Tampa, : day afternoon.
school auditorium at 7:30: Rhoden, Petie Bradley Danny WednesdaySession Meet
P'I Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Hall: is Humntv-Dnm- Miss;; Jayne Silcox. I Orie Prescott i! Miss Patty Bigham attended AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP WORK
m. i i Fulton, Debra Ann Raulerson : ntv> with Geneva l,wis. Judv Third and fourth grade : and family of Lutts, Mr. and : a slumber party at the I ing, 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir
Dressed in costumes appro- Linda Rainey, Eugene I I.onPt'anrt Donald Loner as I students of Mrs. Sandra She- I Mrs. Vincent Bazzar of Jacksonville j i home of Miss Janet Hardy } practice 7:30 p.m. EQUIPMENT PAINTS TOOLS

priate to the musical stories,'Gauthier, Ricky Hall, Larry Folders.= Three Little Kittens I ver's room will present a program and Claude Prescott i Saturday night. t Saturday-Men's Work Day, SMALL ENGINES & PARTS
: I .
I are Sherrip Hicks, Jimmv Davis. -I i in observance of Memorial and son of Starke were Sunday I Mrs. w. H. sorrells and 8 a.m.COJDIID."ITY

; ;. Kim Johns and Marshall !j Day at the school next I guests of Mrs. Doshie daughter of Jacksonville were Boats Motors Trailers Fishing Tackle
Ploversettle. and Jack and Tuesday morning, at 9:15: ajn. Prescott last week.D. : Wednesday and Thursday CHURCH Shakespeare Rods and Reels Water Skiis -
NYLON .Till ar" rtlnvpd! bv Judy Loner The first!' part of the program It!. Hale of Lake Butler, : guests of Mr. and Mrs. L L. Keystone Heights Fla. Ski Belts Tool Sets.

: and Donald Loner. Shprrie ( will be a medley of Mrs. Virgie Hale of Worthington -i 1 Dyal. Sunday School, 9 a. m ,
Hicks sinus;; Rockahvp Baby ( songs around the world and Springs, Mrs. H. O. I j The Brooker Ladies Softballi Morning Worship, 10 ajn. In- We sincerely appreciate your patronage and welcome -

TIRE'SALE and the finale is Farmer in the second nart in commemoration -i Brown, and Mrs. Mary Green i 1 Team defeated the Starke La-I termediate Group and Senior I your suggestions as to how we can serve you
p the- Dell! bv the entire group. of Memorial Dav. The I visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommy. dies in a practice game 1
: Hampton Schoolears; program will be presented to I Hewitt in Valdosta, Ga..I Tuesday night 26-0 in Brooker. Group suspended for June, better.
DAVIS ', July, and August. i This Business is 100% locally owned and all our
Summer VacationT ime the other rooms of the school I Thursday.: Mrs. Green remained ,
NOTICE Employees are local people.
: and parents also invited to for visit. I
With onlv a week" and a are a
mARWLL
4 half left of this year's school attend.:: Mr. and Mrs.,Tommy Ham- All ladies interested in organizing Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at j I
\'BS Scheduled June 17-28 ilton I a Brooker Women's Bradford County Telerraph.
and
s 6.70x15 BlackTyWTfi term both sixth and seventh: family recently: ,
At Hampton Baptist Church moved from Brooker Bowling League are ask to
graders; here are finishing up and are r
at Hampton ElementarySchool. I Hampton Baptist Church now residing at the State i meet at the Community Cen- '!'!
r : ter at 8pm. Friday. Anyone
has set June 17-28 as their i I Farm. j 1 I
interested who can't attend
annual Vacation Bible School I j, Miss Phyllis
UMI1 The continual increase in Darby of '
11Ml 11 the meeting, pease contact
i
.0 enrollment her, even since with a prenaration day planners Starke and Miss Marla Mooreof I 1,
6UAIIIn before the meeting.
I someone
?llfitWI s7 the transfer of the eighth for Saturday. June 14. Kingsley Lake were guests I i !
Neon F.XNrdnr' | Garden Club Meets ,I ,
"I I
''f",Owr kerb T,," ..irr PluN Tae> and Fed.6t1 !grade to Starke last! fall, has Rev. Paul L. Estes. interim of Miss Patty Bigham Thurs- I ,: InQ "
: The Brooker Garden Club "
... .
y",L.d....T""',. .tblD"in&: ltA-t'a. made thp move definite for pastor of the church, will day night.
K + met at the Community Cen-i fr/emHy/ ( Start
pwebkM: be".t tIre"urnr. } ,'nunblq., rat but'' Trade gable In 'next year's seventh grade to serve as principal for the two- I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal ter Monday night with the 1! row_ and GRADUATI ON ,
tT1iI'c;- "t':' call A.rnr gO to Starke school: 9c well- week school. Plans include spent Friday and Saturday at j
c'"' Edwards, in i
e president Lucy
.thiP C.'R\1tE ) QUALITY
LADIES' 1ST
A\IS T18F.( This move will makp Hamp- Bible study, music, handi Salt Springs.
Yurp (..npe. tire 7.50x14 Block Tubeless 00.00 charge of the business meet-
OIIr
A.r" -e -. .rrrp'irJlI-t 7.50x14 White Tubeless 00.00'ab ton Elementary School, including crafts and refreshments for Steve Kreis was in Jack- ing. [ SEAMLESS

}c......"i. ::; dlI}...cdd')7 wtmc:' '.I' e Not a second. Not a retread I' grades 1-6. an approved children Elaine from ages! 316. sonville on business Saturday. :Mrs. T. W. Markey, program I!I $2.00 OFFon '
aed. baaed" elementary school In! Youneblnod Allen Lewis ,Is recuperatingat charge'I : a NYLONSOur
:::' ;; pno.I"o but a Brand-New I chairman, was in
: Has Birthday Party
MUST the records of the state department home this week after being
W Il of the program. She instructed j
.rlsfr! :J\.l1" DAVIS Quality Tire! of Elaine Youneblood: daughter confined to Alachua Gen-
OTHtaGl)AA1 IE education and I the ladies in "How to make!t,
III1Sf SATIsfiED, rcowktLT will qualify the school here of Mr. and Mrs. Lawton eral Hospital in Gainesville. all
Why settle for less when flower containers, resembling
for new building as elementary Youngblood. marked her eleventh Mr. and Mrs. Art Quicksalland driftwood." I
the safety of nylon cord enrollment increases.The birthday with a oartr at children were weekend LADIES' SPRING
Refreshments were served ,:
NO MONEY DOWN/ costs no more than rayon! i their home near Hampton
summer recreation program guests of Mrs. Bernice Twitty by the hostesses for the meet-I

Davis-. preferred Over Tested and proven tread in Bradford, County including i Saturday afternoon May 13. and family of Lipona Road in i ing, Mrs. Lucy Edwards and and SUMMER / ._
design for safety, riding I'' bus transportationfrom Fffteen were present for Tallahassee. I Mrs. Inez Green. I ;
37,700.0flO Times! comfort & Bonus Miles! II Hampton for the swim the games weiner roast, cake T-Sgt. and :Mrs. R. K- Big-

\ ming instruction, is scheduled and soft drinks and openingof ham of Gainesville were the N

I to begin Tuesday, June 18. the /gifts.' Elaine's birthdayis Saturday night dinner guestsof THE RIGHT POINT for the! Regular 98c
WESTERN
AUTO This program is for children on May 26. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Big- way you write. Come in and i DressesMen's
i who have attended school for Personals ham, Jr. and family. select favorite ESTER-
your
: at least one year. Mrs. J. W. Horne under- Alf Tompkins and Zack!BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
ASSOCIATE STORE Teachers will have to "go to went surgery at Alachua Gen- Tompkins of Lake City were GRAPH. 2 PAIR 1

school" for four days after eral Hospital in Gainesville visiting their aunt, Mrs. H. I, FOR
the pupils finish on June 4, last week Their son-i "'law ,--
I I
I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.!
R. C. Williams of New Port
GRADUATION BULLINGTON APPLIANCES
Richey spent last weekend Short Sleeve '
FROM here. ***

Visitors Sunday at the Vernon CHILDREN'SLeather
... ..
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i Forsyth home were Mr. "Gro-Along"

and Mrs. Ralph Bradley and ...- Sport
WILLIAMSYou'D ; son of Jacksonville and Mr. Salutes the Creators of I I World's First Home'TV Sandals
OF I and Mrs. Carl Wilson of r
'
I Heilbronn.Mrs. ShirtsAssorted .

Find The Perfect Gift I I Mazzie Sparkman of _. ;_9 $1.98 Reg.
Lochloosa is spending several 0
For Boy Or Girl, At Low, 3MDiT?
days here with her brother-
I
Low Prices At Williams aI Patterns -Adjustable Leather Sandals That
in-law and sister, Mr. and
Jewelry Mrs. Joe Forsyth. ? I and Colors "Grow" With the, Child

Larry Youngblood, Tommy Reg. $1.98. ,
S-T-R-E-T-C-H For Boy Or Girl Johnson,Barbara Johnson and Pair
BULOVA $
I $1.00
: Pat Raley attended openhouse

WATCH BANDS BILL FOLDSAs at Cecil Field for Armed For- for '
$
Watches ces Day Saturday, as repre- 4 $5-00
..
sentatives of the Civil Air Pa- )\
As Low As FOR, BOYS, & GIRLS I trol.Mrs. i : Other Sandals $$2.00White

I Earl Johnson and son WASH 'N 'WEAR

$].00 J.50 Jerry and daughter, Earldineof Some with Pockets and Tan
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Orlando, visited here Saturday 4JG
i $
,
Wide Selection Too I at the, M. L. Watter- ,,
Choose FromSuggestions j i sons. Mrs. Johnson will be Boys' Short Sleeve Ladies' RayonPANTIES
: remembered as Edna Harri- I 'I II
,
Suggestions son, a former resident. I S
SPORT SHIRTS
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EIGHTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY TFTFr.n.\PIJ.__ ____. "'KT4RKV. .. ITT...nmn... .*.
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VYYYYTTYTTYTYTYYYTYm has taken him home will do i: that just for a very short close enough home to come Crawfords" Jacksonville last: Harry Faulkner, and family. ner guests of Mrs. Disner's'11
the tame for one and all if tune.Mrs. and see how Mom and Pa are I Thursday. We are glad to :. Mrs. Fauikner's mother ofJacksonville parents, the Howard Browns.
CLAY HILL we will just let him. He can Ander Wilkinson is in getting along. This is much know that Mrs. Crawford is :+,I : was also their Mrs. Leah Brown of Jack- ,
not come back to us, but we a Starke hospitaL I better than when she was in I much better at this time. guest Sunlay afternoon.Mr. sonville is visiting relatives j WRK SAVING STARCH
By Mrs. J. L. .Strickland1AAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA can go to him. Mrs. Polly Prevatt learned Norton, Va.Saturday. Mrs. Jeanette Jones of Lady I and Mrs. A. F. Hall of here this week. ,
Each and every member of,: a few days ago that a sis- I afternoon we had I Lake spent the weekend with Jacksonville were visiting the Mrs. A. C. Ellis spent a few I
the family has our deepest I ter-in-law, Mrs. Griff, is in i the pleasure of a visit from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. N. Normans last Friday af- days visiting relatives in Rochelle -I GIVES YOUR IRON
Bosher MoJejr I sympathy. j I a Gainesville hospital. I II some of the folks from the Norman. She has beenill ternoon.Mr. Texas recently.Rev. .
Again another of our I Mr. Mosley's funeral was in''I It seems the Clay Hill Wesconnett Baptist Church in but is much better now. I and :Mrs. W. C. Ward. and Mrs. C. A. Crosbyare
friends. Bosher Mosley has the Highland church Sunday' church is really working. Sun- Jacksonville. It seems they Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elixson i i Mrs. Mary Ella Watterson spending a few days with mm POWER
answered the call, "Come Un- i afternoon at three o'clock, day a new-what we call a needed some historical information i of Lake Butler were visiting'I II'j and Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Benne- their children in Winter Gar- I I
to :Me and Rest." :Mr. Mosley :I burial in the Highland ceme- r"young bus" was hauling folks \ concerning the period I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellison field and family attended den and Linden.Mrs.'Russell '
to and from church. Also the I II :including the time Jim was I Special ingredient,Indratn4s"sticky Ironmg"pr -
depal ted this life Friday tery.The and Mrs. Marie Elixson Homecoming at Oak Grove .
morning about two o'clock.As .il infant child of :Mr. and i Clay Hill Junior choir was to I pastor of the church- onlyit last Sunday: afternoon.Mrs. Church last Sunday. Thomas under-I I I nts jiliowwg-makts garments scorch-resistant E-
we all know, he has been Mrs. Virgil Griff. in the I sing at the Oak Grove home- was the Liberty Baptist Fred Conner and son went major surgery in Doctors -
Mrs. Fred Broadwell and
very ill for some time and has I hospital for sometime,is somewhat I coming. We just urge them i church then! Some of the and grandson of Jacksonville Mrs. Mike Broadwell of Jack- Hospital Monday. We all Starch new lite, new brightness I Starch'
in first after better than the last re- on to higher work-and more I record books were misplaced wish her a speedy recovery. i k
been
one hospital I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T sonville were visiting friends I I
another, but man could port. of it. I and they could not get this I I N. Norman last Saturday af- here last Thursday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spence I II
not do much for him: only Francis Lang of Clay Hill Our daughter, Lillian Lioutza information straightened out. ternoon.Mr. of Jacksonville were Sunday
God could heal his sickness, who is in the Duval Medical has finally moved almostall Some of them saw the picture and Mrs. Homer Stearns and Mrs. Howard I guests of their parents Mr.
HE has do of her belongings to the in the Times-Union of and Mrs. Brown, and Mrs. Neta Brown and Mrs. J. A. Spence and
and seen fit to Center, is reported to be on I M. Hubbard of Win- I
I the critical list again. She house she rented in Jackson- Jim Aunt Easter Wilkinson ter Garden visited relatives j were transacting business. in I Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. SIMMIk C =
this.Mr.. Mosley is the father of I has been in the hospital mostof ville. Has taken her sometime and Rev. Chism, so decided I here lastveekend.. Jacksonville. last Tuesday.Mrs. I Mike Conner Roger Kelly, I
Richard Mosley of Highland the time for two months to get this done, but she is they get the information from Mrs. Faulkner of Gaines- Charles Disner and and Harold Crews attended
daughter of Jacksonville, and I II
we do not know just what or more. well enough established to him. We can't say they obtained ville attended church services j the wrestling matches in
other connections he has but Nellie Wilkinson is in the live in Jacksonville part of the I the information they: here last Sunday and were I Mr. and Mrs. Beard and babyof I i Jacksonville Thursday night.

we dd wish to say to all, Be ,, Lakeside Hospital in Jacksonville time, at least. Comes home on I wished but Bessie can say I dinner guests of her son t Tennessee were Sunday din-
of good cheer, the same Lord again. It seems that she Sundays and Wednesdays to I she really enjoyed talking to
who has saved Bosher and can not improve but little, and take us to church and attends -;, Mrs. Irene Wells who is 87
I I herself. Anyway, she is, years old! The committee
I consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Alton -
Combs. Mrs. Ella Silcox [W
if'SjjjTTTTTIDEPT.
Mrs. Irene Wells and her

TIRE I daughter.all of Jacksonville.Miss Martha Wells'I j

is the In years gone by, when Jim|
was pastoring the Liberty ,
Baptist Church, he would stay i!I STORE
with Mr. and Mrs. Silcox at i! .
TO
night. Mrs. Silcox would get
up and cook his breakfast at THURS.
,: four o'clock in the morning so I
Jim could come home on the [ FRI.
SPRAYFOR Pecan Trees early train and get to I
plowing his corn. She is just I SAT.
I 83 years old at this time, and

,I still vim moves and vigor around just with the same some :; Get Your Auction Dollars With Each Purchase --- Grand Auction, Sat, P. M.|

SCAB AND WORMS as Mrs. Wells does. Both are I Ii
i widows. Miss Wells is the -
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principal of the Cedar Hills
Don't Gamble-This Control Of Your Pecan Trees Is : [believe this is what she 160 CRISP NEW
said!] school. ,
Not An Expense-It's An Investment That Will Yield i It is nice to be called upon:I

: to help someone when you can!
You Bigger Returns I help them but we feel so Inferior -'II'III F 1 y
I' Ladies Dresses
I when we cannot be of',
I help. j i
OUR MEN ARE THOROUGHLY TRAINED \
I Anyway, we met some won-
: derful people, all very lovable, I f
IN THIS CONTROL and we invite all of them
JUNIORS MISSES HALF SIZES f4 i
back to see us. Maybe Jim ,

Call Today For Free Inspection I can by the have old well his again picture, it seems taken :. Pastels Prints Dacrons

: this well is really a novelty,,:
And EstimateFLORIDA I, and a source of interest. Just F i Cottons Jerseys bALL

i about everyone who comes our I Ii (
i way with a camera takes pic-, THE NEWEST STYLES :

Z. PEST CONTROL tures Our of Junior this well.Union improvedsome :.

in attendance Sunday 7 REG. $6.99--NOW---X555 tii\

night. At any rate we did a
AND CHEMICAL CO. : small job of organizing. We

IJ I are trying to work but it is
539 E. CALL ST. PHONE 964-3965 j1 V
. I very hard when you haven't = REG. $8.99--NOW-- $$777 S
anything to work with. We ,
love to try to instruct boys'
and girls but the empty''
chairs look and act rather :
REC.$1O.99$ NOW
dumb and ignorant thereforewe I $$888
prefer boys and girls. The
Adult Union needs a boost :
also who will help? '

\ School The improved Highland some Sunday in attendance LADIES Live Easy Live Lively InS

last Sunday, with 70
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present. Just 54 of these were |,
100 per cent members. Some SUMMER SPORTSWEAR

1 one is falling down on the I LIPS
Lord's work! Anyway, the Beginners .
i.... :i; -y. won the banner. We i I ; 3-PIECE MATCHING SETS
{ :',.c., :... Adult Women were rather elated j
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& with our class. We were I 'Sti Reg. $7.47 i

WHETHER you're about to propose to the most the almost banner positive, with we 15 would present.win !| Choose From A


wonderful girl in the war W or to celebrate I I I had That for is more some time than! It we seems have Wonderful, Wide Selection SHORTS $ 64

we failed somewhere, though, '
your 25th Anniversary and let the babies beat us! It REG. $3.99REG. 4 1 BLOUSE
is time for us to awaken and '
You Should Know That at BULLINGTON'SAnd
do as well as the babies do. SKIRT U
only at Bullington's, Starke's only memo I or at least make a good try at 29 ,
ber of the "Guild of Diamond Experts" it. Of course we always want $
most beautiful]i will you have the opportunity! of choosing : the babies in all Sunday NOW 3 I

genuine "Feature Lock" Diamond Rings, ., Schools, but we need the mothers Separate
truly the most beautiful of all Diamonds : grandmothers, grandfathers I

chaptrbf; m Cherished as the Perfect "Gift Of A Love Time" ,I uncles, aunties-everyone ': : SHORTS 1.88 ;1r-
So come on, you are F
; the "Feature Lock" you choose at Bulling-
story :
ypurlove: ton is Guaranteed in writing. Each welcome. $2.99 'i7 BLOUSE 1.88 -1t
0<'- : i brilliant "Feature Lock" represents the fin- There were four more additions :

', ;, .J, est possible value obtainable at truly lowest to the church Sunday- t SKIRT 1.$$ Wide SelectionTo
: all candidate for baptism.
: ,' fsj- --:' and most welcome prices to please your it t i, $ 2 9 Choose From
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: -. 1 budget. YYYYYTYYYTTYYVTTYYYYTl NOW\ j31 -
.,, Priced As You'd Wish at BULLINGTON'S

,t. ,". Whether :you wish to spend 19.50 or $-199.5 .- Bayless Hiway i iI L J'k' CLOSE OUTPLAY
or $999.50 or any price in between, below
S or above, you're to see the Right Ring (or I
By Mrs O. E. CrosbyUAAUAUAuLLLAWA1 ;
,, ( rings) at the Right Price at friendly Bullington.s. I

y-; ", / I IT COOL THIS YEAR .
.. Terms Too Take 12 to 24 :Months to Pay Church News i i ON CRINOLINES
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C rf What's more, it takes but minutes to open f Officers and teachers of the r 1
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your own confidential Bullington's Charge jl Annual Vacation Bible School'' BUY FATHERS DAY GIFT NOW HALF WHOLESEN'S
I or
Account Personalized budget terms to I met Sunday afternoon for a

please Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Month ,I planning session for the Bible
Ii ly.You're. I School which will start June PAJAMA SNOW ,j ) Sizes; 2 to 14
17 at
Invited to See Why BULLINGTON'SAre 8:30 a. m. Boys and
i girls between the ages of one ON
SPECIAL
Proud to Say I Values &
year through 16 are invitedto
That more folks buy their Diamond at Bull- 99
attend.
ington's than any other jewelry store in ,I The annual Church Study Reg. $3.49NOW Reg. $3.69NOW Reg. $3.99NOW To J
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Starke. Largest selections. Fairest prices Course will start next Wednesday $3.00

._._.Most Convenient Terms. I. night. Everyone wel- a 9

come.Pei'jonals $198$ $298 $$349 \ ONLY

If you want to make your next Wedding Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby

Anniversary, whether it be your 5th, 15th, were visiting in High Springs

or 25th-which-ever anniversary it may be last Friday night. .
-why not trade in her present ring for a Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal MEN'SBanJon 7

genuine "Feature Lock"?, Chances are, you'll and children were supper
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Ger-
get as much or even more than you paid Shirts
: aId Suggs in Baldwin Saturday :
originally for them when you trade them in i night.
at not in and SAVE
Bullington's. Why come I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby i
uuu this: WEEK and baby, and Ronnie Crownof 55 S :. : : NOW

I tj4.J! I Gainesville visited relatives +
here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. DEPARTMENT STORE
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I t 4BOLLINGTON'S;; I home spending. Marie last two Thursday weeks Elixson in returned Gaines-after i a REG. $S933

ville with her son-in-law and t $-1.99 "Wfiere Your Dollars Are

STUDIO & GIFT SHOP, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby i ? :rALUE
Crosby. j WORTH More"PAGE
104 W. Call St.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby I II
j i and son visited the Otis i.1 L
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