Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879


I Redouble Efforts, Mayor Asks At Public Hearing

rt rs % k 4-s x r I Clean-Up Drive Fair Association Ol'dFor "

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a ,yf tf tr Getting ResultsStarke's

a" I $5,000 In Race Funds

; : citywide Clean-up, jects during the drive are urg-
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___ : k i.i1 f Paint-up, Fix-up drive is mov- ed to enter the "before and t

ing into its final days with after" photo contest, sponsored -

much accomplished duringthe by the Junior Woman'b Sentiment at a public< Fair Association althor h rec-

first week, according to Club and the Elks Club. A hearing I last Saturday 4 < I' ognizing the importance of

Y Mayor Randal Chitty. picture should be' taken be- morning in the courthousewas -, the annual fair to the county.

The Mayor called upon all fore the project is started and almost unanimous! t s! 4 Huggins said that the Authority -
citizens to redouble their efforts another after it is completed in favor of diverting $5,000 I had already received

... in the short time befor Pictures -may be submitted to a year for the next twc $30,000 in racing funds, and-

a\ );1., June 1 in order to leave a ifrs.:, Fred Snell of the Junior years from the $15,000 i JE I I even with $10,000 deducted
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---- :'10.: lasting impression which will Club, or Mead Lewis of the race track funds now going i j during the next two ;years- -

CITY OFFICIALDOM combined forces during: Starke'i. citywide Clean-up Drive to get the job make the city a more attractive Elks.Mayor to the Bradford County would have $50,000 in its

done. Attacking a littered, vacant- lot "with vigor" are (from left): Mayor Randal hitty, place in which to live, Chitty listed"the following Development Authority: s ; r treasury by 1965.

Fire Chief R. C. Buford, Chief of Police Bill R osser, and City Council Chairman Ruby Johns. and also be more inviting to accomplishments so far and giving it to the Brad 11 7D}tdF Others who spoke in favor

newcomers and visitors. during the drive: ford County Fair Associa of the Fair Association request;

; Three mowing machines will Cleaning projects- Lot adjoining tion.On 'l_, were Foster Shi Smith. John

be available all day Fridayfor Rosenberg's store, a- a call for a show of Simpson, and Eddie Thomp-

a. persons having vacant cross from City Hall; former hands by Sen. Charley E. 1 kins, principal of RJE colored

lots that need cleaning. Thereis location of Thomas Welding Johns who conducted the C *; school, who said that Negro

no charge for this service, Shop, which burned recently; hearing, approximately 90 per *;. : citizens could not show their

and any person with vacant Fred's Marine Center property cent of the large crowd pres- I I livestock exhibits at the fail-

property may have it cleanedby ; vacant lot next to Little ent indicated: their desire to last fall because of lack of

contacting Joe Marshal at League ball park; lot behind see the money given to the COUNTY AGENT G. T. HUGGINg (upper right) tells crowded space.

s the Temple Motel, phone 964- county jail; John Torode property Fair: Association for the pur- courtroom at last Saturday's hearing why Bradford (ounty

% I ..,. 1 4601 or 9644611. at intersection'of 301 and pose of constructing an addi- Fair Association should get share of racing funds. Brooker Limit
All persons who have com- 100: A. J. Thomas Sr. lot on tional building for poultry and I

r' pleted, or plan to accomplish Brownlee St., behind Gulf Sta- i. swine exhibits.Sen. The case for the Fair Association and many exhibits had to be

1.\ : cleaning or improvement pro Johns said that he and was presented by turned away for lack of space. On Indebtedness
,(; cans painted and Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., who County Agent George T. Hug- The county agent said there

1 v't placed by Woman's Club and was not present due to legislative gins, who described the an- was a good possibility:: that Upped To 50%

Property Sales Garden Club. business in Tallahassee nual fair as "the No. 1 show matching funds could be obtained -

K Prison crews working on 301 would doubtless be guidedby window for agriculture indus- for the project, which A bill allowing the Town of

[north], and replanting of wishes of the majority in try, business, and education"in would mean a total of $20,000 Brooker to borrow up to 50

Total $$148,600 palms on 301 [north]. trying to get a special act Bradford County. He said for the proposed new building.Carl per cent of the valuation of

__ ______n._.______ _. __ Road Department mowing through the Legislature au- the fair group felt that the Johns, president of the real and personal property as
230, 100, 301 of the funds in Bradford County Development
right-of-way on thorizing the transfer of use requested
BEAUTY AND THE BROOMS might be a fitting title for this street' shown on its tax rolls becamea
scene snapped during [north], and 16 [west]. funds. He pointed out that it this manner "will do more in Authority, said that, while law
Starke's Month Wednesday without the
I Clean-up Drive kick-off last During
Woonesdayaftl'rnoon. I Road Department sodding was too late in the session to developing the county than recognizing the needs of the Governor's signature.

301 south] to sidewalks. introduce anything but a anything else." Fair Association, he was reluctant Previously the town's in-

Seaboard Air Line railroad "population act," and that Huggins said, the Fair Asso- to see funds diverted
Property transactions in debetdness was limited to 10
Starke ManSeriously ck TMETI Bradford County for the pe- cleaning its right-of-way the Speaker of! the-House had ciation already had facilities from the organization that per cent of valuation which

riod from April 26.to May 25 through city. threatened not to allow any valued at $50,000, and is well was attempting to bring new would prohibit the town from
HurtIn ,I totaled City to repair and repaint more population acts at this on the way to becoming one industry into Bradford Coun-
$148.600 according to seeking a government loan to
.+* deeds filed in the county street signs,..stop signs, etc. session. Sen. Johns said, of the outstanding annual e- ty.Johns construct a water system

Car CrashA r clerk's office. Civitan Club removing old however, that he and Thomas I vents in Northeast Florida. All said that while these Estimated cost of the water
signs from highway. would. the buildings filled to the attempts have been unsuc-
.r Only transactions of $1,000or : try to get neces- were sytem is between $45,000 and
Condemned building next to sary legislation passed. limit last fall. Huggins said cessful up to date, there is no
yyKyoq" !; more are listed and pricesare $50,000, and the town will
22-year-old Starke man rl Wall Agency on E. Call St. : way of Knowing when a new
f r figured from documentarytax .f 'L"; "i f '. move ahead with its loan application
Wesley Rosier was taken tc vi being removed. : industry might be obtained
stamps affixed to the now that the debt
the Gainesville Medical Cen- RJE colored school cleaningup 1g ris and the Authority would need
deeds. The sales limit has been raised.
were: p:{ F\ afw
ter Tuesday night with serioUf property along Pine St. its money construct. a build-
Leonard E. ,Oilpin to Mid- Present valuation of real) ,
injuries received when the cai Various improvements "-at ; tN r ,yrs.<. ing for lease to the owners.
state .Homes,, Inc. Tampa: .., I and personal property on th in which he was:a passenger i the bus-Station Jerome Johns: president' of
parcel of land'$2,200.Heirs Brooker tax rolls is around
ran a stop sign and crashed i Some 20' local organizationsare the Starke-Bradford County
of Nat Williams, deceased $138,000, according to Mayor
into a, ditch. 'joininginthe'-,drive, which Chamber of Commerce, out-
to Belco Enterprizes, M. O. HarrelL
Driver of the 1952 Ford is being spearheaded by the -.1 i 1'l lined the work done by the
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Inc., Starke, three,lots, $6,100. a
Marion William Thornton, 22 Civic Round"Table. chamber and the authority in
Godfrey G. Halleen, Wayne
of Starke had lacerations and individuals down leads
---- County Michigan,- to William Mayor Chitty urges I running on pros- Han Found

abrasions of the facial area AIRS. P. 0. FELOS (left), and Mrs. Julian McKa, atop a M. Home*, Hampton, 35 acres as well as organizations, pective new industries. He
and was treated and releasedat to make an all-out\ effort this : said that much work must be
convertible chauffered by Mrs. T. G. Ritch, make a pretty picture of land, $11,000. i
the Bradford County Hos- as they ride In parade that ushered in Clt-an-up'Drh'e. Barclay'Development Com- 'weekend in' order- that Starke ): $ done, even though the indus- Dead In TruckA

pital, according to Starke Po- pany, to S. E. McKay," Key- wm .have" an opportunity to try eventually decides to go
liceman Don Hall, investigating ?national competition
stone Heights, two lots in place. in..the elsewhere. He expressed reluc-

officer. 72 Graduating Seniors Honored Keystone Club Estates, $1,000. for .the cleanest. of its f +q .".. tance to see funds diverted 45-year-old Bradford
The car was heading southon size.: I from the Authority: to the I
Ve'rnie :E. Thornton', Starke, County man, James Elbert
Epperson street, ran a stop At Special Awards AssemblyTwelve to W. L. Thomas, Starke, resi- Rosier, was found dead In his

sign and went across Edwards dence in Bradford Heights County ZoningBill Team captains of the three major spring sports track,.. Pair Funds Bill 1960 Ford pick-up parked on

Road before plowing into a 'Subdivision, $13,000. basketball, and baseball hold trophies won by their squads'this SR-225A [the Rosier Road,
ditch bank, according to Hall. 1962-63 graduating tionally high on their ninth
Heirs of Mary Elizabeth year. From left to right: Track Captain Lynwood Walters a half mile north of SR225An
The speeding; automobile plow- seniors of Bradford High grade placement tests. Entered Introduced Mon.
Junior Barbara Kirkland Wynn, deceased, to M. L. holds team's trophy for winning district meet, Cage Captain autopsy was performed
received -
ed up the ditch, flew into the
School honored at Awards
I. were an the Home Economics Watterson, Starke, parcel of Chuck Moore displays his team's trophy as winners of the Monday to determine the
air and came down on its By Rep. ThomasThe Thomas
nose, he said, then bounced Assembly Monday Award as the outstandinghome land. $1.200.Fouriker First Annual Christmas Tournament (the larger one) and th By Rep. I cause of death but the State

back on its rear end. i I morning for their high aca- economics student this : Lumber Company, junior varsity Keystone Conference winner's trophy, and Attorney's office had not released _
Jacksonville to Gerald L. Wil- Bradford County Com- funds in Bradford "
Race track
There were no reports on demic and citizenship stand- year. She will also be presi- Baseball Captain :Marty Starling helps out the track team b> any information at
liams, Starke, residence in mission would be authorizedto redistributed time. Rosier foundby
Rosier's condition from the dent of the Future Homemakers holding the 1965 Keystone Conference! championship track bounty would be press was

Mod Center Wednesday, the ards.The took place of America next term. Parkwood Subdivision, $13- adopt zoning and building trophy. ,o provide $5,000 annually for Bradford County deputiesat

Police Department ceremony The eight freshmen who 400.Ray regulations' for unincorporatedareas Jie Bradford County Fair Association 6:02 Sunday morning, May
reported during school since the seniors E. Williams, Starke, to and to issue registration
Neighbors had seen Ro
awarded certificates from bieniium
were the next -
He is driver for during
the Ak.
ridge Cab Company.The were unable to schedule their Governor Farris Bryant for Bishop M. Myrick, Starke, certificates for building con- Value Of High School Athletics : under a bill introduced sier's truck parked beside th1?

car is owned by Owen annual Class Night. The Class I scoring in the 87th percentileor residence, $11,000. tractors and subcontractorsunder 1n the legislature :Monday by road and called the sheriff's
Prophecy and Last Will and Samuel John Straehan, provisions of bills introduced office.
above on their ninth grade A. J. Thomas Jr.
Thornton father of the driv Rep.
Testament were also read and tests Price Starke. to Henry Clay ,Jackson in the. House of Representatives -
placement According informationfrom
Stressed At
er. Marion Thornton is charged -- All-Sports Banquet"One The $5,000 would come from
with failure to have his will be published in a later Starr. Dorothy Newsom. Gayle Starke, parcel of land, this week by Rep.A. the $15,000 previously allocated the sheriff's department,

vehicle under control and I issue of the Telegraph. Hinson, Donna Dunagan, Ed $1,200. J. Thomas Jr. to the Bradford Coun- Rosier had apparently been

causing an accident and bond Those receiving awards in die Douglas Jim Douglas An- John W. Yokk, Barberton, The board could divide the of my greatest experiences : .in the first place.. annually Development Authority All dead approximately an hour
set at each department were: nie Lou Browning, and John Ohio, to George A. Smathers, county into zoning districts life Athletes participating in all first when deputies arrived at the
was $37.50.LIONS in was to partici- race money above the
Jr., Starke, residence in Sara- under this law. Restrictionsin
Business [Certificate of A- Bradley. the spring sports including divided scene.
district would have to pate in high school athletics," $15,000 would be as
toga Heights $14,500. each
Alice Rauler-
basketball baseball, and
cent Rosier was the son of the
be uniform, but they could Coach (Red) Mitchum speakerat formerly, with 55 per gong
Linda Blackwell and Walter Hoffman to R. J.
CLUB son A- 'Baccalaureate Set the annual track were honored by their : to the School Board, and late John [Son! Rosier, and
district to spring All-Sports
lethia Williams. Andrews, Starke, 20 acres of vary from one an- Par-
coaches at the
This other. Banquet, told an audience of banquet. ,45 per cent to the County Com- Mrs. Lizzie Gnann Rosier of
Sunday Night land 5000.
Vickie Devrickand ents of the athletes, the BHS mission. Lawtey. Besides his mother he
BROOM SALE Jack McComb. Eva G. Sullivan widow to The commission would appoint approximately 300, including and other :
faculty, special
In BHS Auditorium is survived by a brother, Ber-
MathematicsJimmy Fox Ray F. Griffis, Starke, 40 acres a zoning board to be 105 athletes, last Saturday The Fair Association last
guests were also invited to at- nard Rosier, and three sisters,
Thurs., May 30 and Arlen Bias. Baccalaureate services for of land 6500. comprised of seven members, night in a filled Bradford High tend. year built its first fair build! Mrs. Pauline Hamilton Mrs.

6:30 to 8 P. M.\ English Frances Lott and Denmark Investment Com- one from each county commissioner cafeteria. "The fair sex" also got into ings, and Rep. Thomas said the Juanita Glover, and Mrs. :Mary
Bradford High's 120 graduating pany to Stephen G..Denmark, district, and two i Mitchum also emphasized in
Joan Crowley. the festivities when cheer-I group hopes to add a poultryand Sapp, all of Fort Pierce.
Four Teams will cover Social Studies Margaret seniors are scheduled this Starke. parcel of !land $3,000. from the countyatlarge.A his speech that coaches have leader sponsor Adele Mitchell swine exhibit barn to the Funeral services were held

the town. Please buy 'I- Muir and ,Arlen Bias. Sunday night at 8 o'clock in Radio Starke,- Inc., to board of adjustment I the athletes' interests at recognized each member of the!facilities with the race track at 3 pm. Tuesday in the Ev-

your brooms at this American Legion Citizen- the school auditorium. [Continued on Page 4] [Continued on Page 4] ,heart or "they wouldn't be there junior and senior high squads.!funds. He said plans are to ergreen Church with Rev.

time. ship Award Vickie Devrickand Rev. John R- Brabham of ).[r8. Mitchell gave special I pay off the $25,000 indebtedness Adrian Rogers of Fort Pierce

Lynwood Walters. Auction tribute to both squads when' on the first buildings officiating. Burial in the
the First Methodist Church Brings Crowd To Call Street was "-
DAR Citation for Citizenship I I -
Benefit Lions I i .-Vicki Devrick. will deliver the Baccalaureate [Continued on Page 41 from profits of the annual fair., church cemetery.

Sight Conservation I Business and Professional Sermon. -::; :':..:...,i'i'--or_'- ...... ,...
Woman's Award Alethia Graduation exercises will The fourth in a series of .... ,

ProgramFor Williams. be held next Friday, June 7, merchants' promotions designed I
Class Valedictorian Sally to bring crowds to Call
at 8 the Bradford
( Local pin. on
) Ann Epperson was also pre- Street on weekends was held
High athletic field. In case of
sented an award at the assem- last Saturday when the auc-

bly and Honor Students Jack bad weather the ceremonywill tion pictured at right was

Clean-Up Drive McComb and Jimmy Fox were also be held in the audi- held on the old Starke Hotel r

also recognized. No salutatorian torium. vacant lotAuctioneer : i

VACANT LOTS was named this year since Senior Class President Dan George Hugginsis I

MOWED FREE!!! McComb and Fox tied for the Dodd will give the welcoming pictured in pick-up truck, d a

All Day Friday honors. All three students address at the graduation ex- holding aloft a piece of lug-

PHONE 964-4601 or will speak at graduation exercises ercises and Class ValedictorianSally gage.. For the past several ;: :

964.4611 on June 7. Ann Epperson will de- weeks stores had given away 1 ;

Special recognition was also liver the farewell address. "auction dollars" with pur- : --
given to Student Council President Honor Students Jack Mc- chases, and these were used ..

This Space Contributed : Freeman Register for Comb and; Jimmy Fox will for bidding on some $700 r / F i

Weekly to Publicize the work the council has donein share speaking duties at the worth of prizes donated by .

organizing and planningthe exercises. local merchants.The AIICTION DMS : A
Community Events by : '-h
new student government The 1963 senior class of 120is grand prize, a deepfreeze r -

The and constitution. smaller than the 1962 grad- was knocked down to
Other awards presented at uating class of 149 and is Mrs. Rudy Chism, bidding in ijF .

the assembly included thoseto much smaller than next year's behalf of St. Edward's Church.
the outstanding homemaker senior class of approximately She had to bid over 600 "auc-

of the year and to eight 200 which will be largest in tion dollars" to get the grand 5

'> freshmen who scored excep- the history of Bradford High. prize. _

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I Mrs. Frank Rogers .and David Haines of Altamont GravesAbernathyFamily i I Dance Students !CYF Holds RetreatAt the-job training or school i Crosby Jr. has announced tha I
I daughter of Clearwater \ ere Springs spent the weekerd with I I
.j I Some of them will attend au- prior service personnel may
I Monday afternoon visitors of the Charles Hardy family. Reunion Seen In ReviewMiss Kingsley LakeThe tomotive' -
... I repairclasses; and i enlist for one"year on a tryi -
Mr.' and Mrs. L. D. Vining: -Mrs Walter .W ood' and sop I'
'I Held l At Gold HeadThe I II I others will receive supply specialist | one basis" and..are urged to
j .... Mrs. Lila f Shaw of Alach- of Orlando were weekend Barbara Poppell presented Christian Youth Fellowship training. enlist at the grade in which ;

.n'11""" ua, who has just returned guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Graves-Abernathy fam- her tap and ballet pupHs i held an all-day retreat i Recently enlisted in the i discharged from the service

from a year's visit in Neuren- feweomb... ily,reunion was held Sundayat in a review "Summer of ; last Saturday at the company were a large numberof i Some of the vacancies existing I

I, .n. _- GLADYS MOOTY FRONTS 964-051 __ burg Germany was the Sun Mrs. Tom Jackson is spending Gold Head Branch with Dance." on Friday evening, i' Edwin Williams cottage on I personnel who will leaveat i! in the unit are: welders,

day evening; supper guest of several days in Lake City 52 members of the family and May 17, at the Starke Elementary : Kingsley Lake. a later date for their I machinists, storekeepers, mechanics -

r.- Mrs. Bertha Pearce Is in Mr. and Mrs Nelson Faulkner her niece Mrs. J. E. Tomlin- with her parents Mr. and :Mrs.J. friends attending. I i i Cafetorium.. ] The 20 members attendinghad training. Those who will be I and administrative

t 1 Winter Haven for a week I, and family of Lakeland i son. and Mr. Tomlinson. E. Wall Jr. Those from Starke and vi-:I i Appearing on the program : a program planning for seniors in high school will not ; personnel. Prior service personnel -

visiting her brother and sis- I visited Mrs. Ben Faulkner "! Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining I ACrs. Hazel Ritch and Mrs. cinity enjoying the affair I i i; were Monica Jo Rowe, Karen the coming year, devotionsand l leave until the summer of i who, held a commission,_

*'j je.r-in-lawt Mr,,, and, ,Mr ,Bun over the weekend. i i were in Deland during the .Pearl Edwards are vi. ;ting relatives were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Was- Reddish, Sally Torode. Mich-t I recreation during the day. 1964. I, may sign up as officers whf'rej j
i *-Haynes, on their golden wed Local admittances to Brad- j weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. in Bradenton this week. din, Mrs. Buna Jones. Mrs. ael Futch. Janet Williams i Also attending were Mr. and Among those enlisting were vacancies exist. Guardsmenearn

y ding anniversary which; will ford County Hospital this J. C. Vining. The Vinings also i Mrs. Louise Jeffordj of High Lester Kite, Mrs. J. D. Matthews t Joyce Denmark, Linda Futch,4, Mrs.-Dan Harley and Miss Elaine Charles Wilkison, Robert Rho- one-sixth as much moneyas

wfie celebrated Sunday. week include: Mrs. Doris j; had as Sunday afternoon Springs spent last Thursday Mrs. Henry O'Hara. Olivie, Ann Buby, all of i I! Colson, sponsors, Mr. and den, Thomas W. Roberts, regular service personnel

:...hot., Bill Costello is confined inSt. Price, Mrs. Edith Wilkerson, j guests Mr and Mrs. J. C. ,and Friday with Mr. an1 :Mrs. Rev. S. E. Sparks Mrs. Chispa | Starke; Gina Massa and Cindy -, Mrs. Edwin Williams, Miss Sammy L. Smith. Charles W.I I! for their part-time training. 1

r .-' Vincent's Hospital for two Mrs. Lillian Sampson Larry II Bennett of Fernandina. George Huggins, who alo had Mimbs.. :Mrs. Katie Stokes j Mingledorff of Keystone'' Barbara Blankenship Rev. Kiikland, Wayne C. Hollings- I

: weeks following surgery 'Wednesday Kelly, Oscar Geiger, Mrs. Spendiing several weeks as :Sunday visitors Mr. andMrs. and Mrs., Gladys Graves and I I,.i Heights; Jan Rumph and De- Bob Bajgett: and Mrs. Phyllis worth, Carlos Rowe, GeorgeW. I
+ of last I with Mr. and Mrs. ,Merritt : Lloyd Huggins and families. nise Drake of Lake Butler. ,
week. Ethel Warren, and Mrs. Phoebe I family Strickland. Lewis, and Leslie E. Jackson THE RIGHT POINT for thway .
: Attending the district four Bakken. Williams are Mrs. William's of Alachua.
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p* workshop for the Florida Federation Mr: and Mrs. George Mc-, daughters. Mrs. Linton A. :Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Irby Hospital Auxiliary FIRST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN 1 Four Guardsmen Several more are expected I wed you your write.write Come ESTER-in and I

of Woman's Clubs at Daniel of Tallahassee are ;: Taylor Jr. of Kirch Goens the I
pent weekend with her to enlist in the next few days.
w ; Army. Base, Germany, and I The Bradford County Hospital -i! II. Walton Grady, Minister Leave June 15 r BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. -
the Southside Woman's Club spending several days with (I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. I "We have a few more o- .
Miss Idell Landrum of Durham Auxiliary board: will meet I
in Jacksonville on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland. I I Wilson in Alachua. at : m. Thursday June Week 01" June 2-8: For Active DutyFour penings," Capt. Drew F. Red-I(
1:30p. I
Mrs. C. L. Scholl of the Confined in N. C. I
i< were Doctor's Hospi-, j I' Sunday Sunday School dish, \
George C. White of Talla- 6, in the staff company commander
Mr. and A. H. Hines: hospital dining
i Mrs.
Woman's Club and tai
senior this week James Hobbs !
are ? hassee will be weekend guestof rocm. 9:45: a.m. MornIng Worship, members of the 622nd said yesterday, "and men who SWIMMING
from the Junior Woman's Mrs. Delphine Huff, and Ern : of Alachua, Mrs. Mary Powell 11
? Mr. and Mrs. O. W. WhiteSr. ; a.m. Baccalaureate Sermon, Ordnance Co. are scheduledto are interested in 'earning
a Club Mrs. George Roberts Jr., est ,Janes. i, of Miami, Mrs. Seola Hines Dr. Richard Chace of Or- 8 p.m. leave on June 15 for six while learning' are invited to 9AM.to4P.M I.
:rts-Mrs, Charles Sawyer Mrs. i of Perry and Mr. and :Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews Mr. and lando was elected presidentof TuesdayDeacons Meeting, months' active duty. Lamar I. visit the armory for details at
r** James Rowe, MrsTom:: Casey, I Carl Wright and son. Glenn, Mrs. Neil Joyner I DAILY
attended a birthday dinner and daughter called the Florida State Dental 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. Brown Joe A. Sapp, Mathew any time."
:::Mrs. Randal Chitty Mrs. Jerome Tuesday evening at the homeof I I of Gainesville were Saturday were to' at the I I Church Visi- Wilbur L.
...., Mrs. Frank I afternoon guests of Mr. and Jackson, Tenn. last Thursday Society organization's80th 1 I lA. Griffis, and The unit expects to have Beautiful New Pool
Johns. Mr. and Mrs Bruce Math- Foster Shi by the death of Mr. Joyner'o annual meeting in Jack- tation, 7 p.m. Crews will spend four monthsin about four officers four war-
Mrs. Smith and
Reeves; Mrs. Harold"Godwin, ews in Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Walla Lipsey. father. A. P. Joyner. o sonville. He is a nephew of i Thursday Junior Fellowship f basic training at Fort Jack- rant officers, and 150 enlisted!' ADMISSION 50c

Mrs. Kenneth Grider, andMrs. Thelma Mendoza and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. L Mrs. Etta Hoover of Starke,i and Junior Choir party son, and will then be trans- men at summer field training I I Starke Motor CourtjjjJfl

L. J. Kite Jr. Miss Gloria Johns of Jack- and Miss Louise Stern will Guy Sale were in Atlanta. Ga.Sunday and visited her on his way j 19 a.m. Senior Choir practice,; ferred to some other Army time, July 27 to Aug. 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns sonville, and Mrs. Carrie I \ home from the meeting. 7 pjn. post for two months of on- Personnel Officer A. L..j
be in Jacksonville Friday eve- to Wednesday attend-

and baby of Jacksonville Ritch and Miss Annie Darbyof I ning visiting Mrs. Iva Peck of ing the Fashions Mart. I ... ._. ,..._ liE --- ......- - -,.-__ L. .
H were Wednesday afternoon Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.L. .
'T Washington, D. C. at the Mr. and Mrs. Bob Regan |
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jim E. Jordan in Ovieda over
,... home of her daughter, Mrs. and daughters were visiting
Ritch and Mrs. Daisy Perry- the weekend.Mrs. .
Frances Welch. friends and relatives in I
'I I)''' Wisconsin -
man. comer of
Perryman Bernard Hunt of Bonifay i and Illinois during the
ton''''' Byron Terwillegar will be Jacksonville is spending sev- I WOMEN'S, CHILDREN'S SMART NEW 3-PC TOTS REG. 20c Large, Heavyweight NEW, FIRST QUALITY
". was a weekend: guest of Mrs. past two weeks.
home Saturday from The Bol-! eral days with Judge and Mrs.E. .
I Henrietta Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Reedof COTTONOXFORDS
les School, Jacksonville.i i K. Perryman. TENNIS TRAININGPANTS
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarezof Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs.
I Boynton Beach spent the Sammy Surratt of Zephyrhills TOWELS II FABRICS
,i first of the week with their were weekend guests of Mrs.

'1,I rez daughter, and, llr.Miss and Dorothy Mrs. Alva-Paul Sara Miss Hunter.Marguerite Corn of REG. $| fi I
I Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez Lakeland was the weekend 166 .I 79'C 4ti Ie PER

I are spending several weeks guest of Mrs. W. E. Middle- 1.93 12.88 7 FOR $1 II INCH
| in Gainesville, where Mr. ton and Miss Madge Middle-
i:j varez is working at the Buster 16" Vanity; 21" Overnite 49c Hand Towel UXeg. <
., I Turner Packing House. ton.Wayne Sturdy canvas uppers, and 26" Pullman. Scuffproof 25c Wash Cloths. 17c Beautiful drip-dry cottons
I. Kinney Joe Sapp durable rubber ole and washable vinyl. Soft knit cotton with dou- Our best selling: towel at and 80-sqvare prints in
.. Ba- 79c.
in the rrGovcotortalerchecksfloral.
Deep sea fishing Don Page, Dewayne McRae, heel.I Cushioned icwla. Modern design locks; sat- ble crotch. Covered elastic: or Large a large variety of new
hamas on the T. H. Slade 'will arrive home Friday from, Complete size ranee.!: in lined. waist band. Sizes 0 to 6. 22x414n- designs and colors.

I yacht from Friday to Tues- St. Johns River Junior Col- ,, i
day were Charles Sawyer, for '
lege summer.
'.11' OPENING TIME Randal Chitty, Bob Mullins,
MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY Fred Snell George Roberts Mrs. L. S. Hutto is visiting

OPEN 7:00 P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 Jr., Drew Reddish Ervin Andrews friends and relatives in North Sl

A FRI. 3:30: SAT., 1:00 SUN. 2:00: and Ben Moxley. and South Carolina and attended :
Misses Charlene Hardy and the funeral of her I

Ann Elder spent Sunday at brothermIaAnthony Brog- k

FRI., SAT. .. MAY 31 .. JUNE 1 'Crescent Beach. na, in Charleston last Wed t! R
IIV Mrs. C. D. Williams will return nesday. *

I.. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO. Friday from a month's Rev. and Mrs. Vernon Me- : *
Clellan of Karnak, HI. were : k ,
i l visit in Eau Gallie with Mr. {.
Mrs. Clark. She will last Wednesday and Thursday rb t
(land Billy I
r I be accompanied home by her, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus |

half-wolf, niece, Dee Clark, for a visit of I'' Olson. : .
several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper
his and cunning a
courage Friends of Mrs. Y. A. Harris/ were in Chiefland last Friday
legend in an untamed land! p1ti N will regret to hear that she is visiting relatives.Mr. .
A critically ill at the home of and Mrs. C. C. Normanof I FREE

her daughter, Mrs. Lex Gresn.following ., Jacksonville were weekend
product ''
( : a stroke. At her bedside guests of Mrs. E. L. Crawford. 1
; IVInHOSBSTaKESTECHNICOLOR' ( are her sons, Yancey Harris Mrs. Crawford also has as .BALLOONS 'x g ._ .

EI VPICATIONh | of Washington, D. C.., guest last week, Mrs Leah
tw I I he i'Charles Harris of Jacksonville : Brown of Jacksonville.Mr. FOR THE KIDDIES!

,J. I and Fred Harris of Gliuesvme.1 and Mrs. James Cooper .
-10. I Mrs. Edith ands,| and daughter of Chieflandwere

.. !:Mrs. W. H. Hart were ,visiting weekend guests of Mr. 9 BIG DAYS OF SAVINGS! 0 I

i,their sister, Mrs. L. W. Strick- and Mrs C. L. Cooper.Mr. .
land, in Wildwood over the and Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof

weekend. Tampa will be weekend Our Famous 'Once-A-Year' Savings Spree For Every Member of the
Jewett Fogg was in Daytona: j guests of Mrs O. L. Beasley

Beach on business last Friday i an3 Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Family ond the Home! The Best, The Biggest, The Most Tremendous -
r and Saturday. I Miss Linda Wasdin made the

,YK M. L. Page of Jacksonville Dean's list at U. of F. Collection of Values i in Our Entire 48 Years!
spent the weekend with Mr.: Mr. and Mrs. Leo. Edwards

t"'U1N119 and :Mrs. Don Pige. I\I and daughter, Shirley of Fer- ,\ rI
Miss Kay Hart and Ronald!j nandina Beach were Saturday
Crawford of Brigham Young!!1 evening guests of Mr. and BIG SAVINGS O ee
x University, Provo, Utah will II Mrs. David Browning i fitll.99
arrive home this weekend. Mrs. A. J. Barry. Mrs. Robert i

I .., ..r t', Franklin Ritch a senior in I, McClellan and Mrs. F. H. ; VALUE ,
the school of Journa !sm, Com-j Kramer returned last Friday :
J i FSBIAN! !lmunications & Political Science I II j from three weeks in Los Vegas 'DR'ESSES }lOll
c.. JOHN SAXON-MARIE WILSON I h) J,7 f ) fJ.J' h
= at the University of Florida,I Nev., Wichita, Kan., and 37
I REGINALD GARDINER I has !been named to the Dean's I j I Kansas City. Mo. Mrs. Kramer : m VALUES TO 5.99, 1 (:} :

UUBFflERSJI List for the spring trimester.i' ,i also visited relatives in

After graduation in August; hej i San Clemente Calif. N $' f" s

_to 6drw. M 10"14N w W A Ill Mt R CIlNW000 HEEL.RRY.n..5copE KOSTER NUKNALLY couxt W JOHNSON M LU f will enter the U. of F. Law I Mrs. Floyd Boone and 3 FOR 2 FOR 7 f

fttteuctf ty 8UENA VST Disl tutio Co toe School in September. He is a I daughter of Jackson. Tenn. $4 I 0.II'f.'HISE
p'NAIT DISNCY PIOduCton. member of the Pi Kappa Alpha are spending this week with J j/ : i

fraternity.Mrs. I her parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. O. <= Sanforized, wash 'a wear : 3.66 EA. 1. JlOJf

Myra _Foy of i W. White Sr. fabrics. Woven plaids, Large variety of favorite fabrics ...; / *-- /0/1
solid colors and Ep
SUN. MON. TU S. JUNE 2 3 4 EaSley'l ,, fancy t %
C. was the weekend 1
IS' Rev. and Mrs. Harry Smithof patterns Sizes, S, M many styles and colors. Petite sizes t
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herkng.: !! Palatka were last Wednes- y. an d L 5 to 11; junior's 7 to 15; misses' DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMit110,1 The Herlongs also had as overnight -' day visitors of Mrs. Wesley 12 to 20 and half sizes 14'/z to./z. I ". ,/
guests Tuesday, Mrs. : Andrews and Mr. Andrews
Betty Herring and son of Belle 'who is confined in Bradford
Glade, Mrs. Core Punic of a ''
County Hospital. 4 / I 1 I
Gainesville, and Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Jefferson Davis of
H. R. of Lake Harbor. i
Colo. was the over-

and daughter of Tamp: wore I and Mrs. L. A. Davis. The two .

i +R+,w weekend guests of :\11'. and Mrs', men spent Tuesday in St.Mary's SPORT WOMEN'SPANTIES LOVABLEBRAS SHIFTGOVNS NYLON
.. .
Rows" aromCe"orf J. E. Hardy. The Hardys also

.... TAI b.III',',t.EAEARA A Ha. -..',:.'L. .:.1SI[ ;..?'!-o"\I'! .. had as Sunday visitors, :Mrs., Mr. and Ga.Mrs. W. A. Graves SHIRTS : HOSE
R. L. Bradley and daughter of,
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l"-;, -- --- and Mrs. Addie Thomas of

NO.2 Jacksonville. Macon, Ga., and H. C. Cum-

f 20. City Mrs.; and James Mr. I and* Hair:Mrs.of E.Lake E. mings weekend of guests Jacksonville of Mrs. Buna were BEG. 153 REG. 7 7c 1.29 3 PRS. $1 '

;'",'. UDOl&USBEUADAfiVlGiLEERIRCLAHDClNEMASCOPEl}& C-.P. Annie ors Cellon during of Hollingsworth Gainesville,the weekend were and of visit-Mrs Mr. Jones Mrs.and Carl Mrs.Chambliss Gladys Graves.and 1.99 $3 5 FOR $1" S1 VALUE 7 7c r

Miss Ruby Fugate of Jackson-
cr' THERACERS and Mrs. James HollingswortftJ fiRSt QUAlITi
and Mr. and
Mrs. John
Choose from entirestock Choose from entirestock
Mrs. W. G. Haile returned Kopelousos and daughter of Woven our gingham Fine: quality acetate tricot of nationally our fa- Fine. quality rayon acetate Sheer 608avge; 15denierhose. :

.'j' Friday from a two weeks visit Birmingham, Ala. were Fri- plaids and fancy patterns. elastic leg styles. White mous, regular $1 bras. ; lace trimmed. High New summer shoves
with her sons, Woodfia and day evening dinner guests of Sizes 8 to 18. end colors. Sizes S, M, L Complete size range. shades In sizes 34 to 40 in sizes 8Vj to 11.
Jack and their families in Miami
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wain-
Coi I., b, DE LUXE and with her sister, Mrs.! .
wright. 6' 0 ilRif i 1 6aaDREWS
J. S. Adair at West Palm
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews

WED., THURS. .. JUNE 5, 6 Beach. and daughter, Carolyn, spent
the weekend at Port Charlotte WOM N'S
and :Mrs. B. R. of '
with Mrs. J. D. Hooks. ,
(( ) Wis. were last \ HartfOrd.j', PLAY POLO REG. 2.99 SUMMER
$n BubHiLi{1 Thursday guests of Mrs. R. A Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- SUMMER

... \Y F Fi rEllii Newsom. .1 thews, and Mr. and Mrs W. SKIRTS
\ E. Wilcox of Fort Lauderdale, SHORTS SIiI: RTS.SHOES. BLOUSES
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCallj
trtPaQB I who ate visiting at Kingsley
i + and family,of,Jasper, and Mrs.I Lake, attended a dinner anda =
Billfilfi I Jim Moore and family of Jack RIG. ra '
special performance given :
sonville were Suniiy guests of by the Sound and Light Corporation 3 FOR $1 44c 266 1.99 REG. 2

.... Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nearsoroe.Mr. 58 = 2.99
D IS 1Kti and Mrs. L. N. Pickering i Saturday in St. Augustine last !lEG. 2 roe 2 fw ,
evening. The Sound Sandals, flats l Italian 2." U $I
of Fauke, Ark. were Wednes-!
and Light production Is staged Solid color twin or fancy I Fine quality combed cotstraws, smooth leathers Wash 'n wear fabrics in Wash 'a wear fabrics in
day to Sunday guests of Mr.j i nightly at the Castillo de print broadcloth all ton in bod: blazer stripes in o large assortment of sleeveless Gnd.roll u p full, Jfroight and pleated
r. 4 and MrA.jSarl Mathews, and also San Marco styles. Complete I size sleeve styles. Solid colors, Solid
; Told fort], : wash 'n Sizes and fancy patterns. Sizes styles. colors, plaid
visited other friends here., 'Mrs. Thelma V. Thornton.: range. plaids and .prints. Sizes 32 and prints. Petite and
2 to 8. 4 to 14.' 3 DAYS ONLY to '38. sizes.
cNC+ twr.cowaaawacs Mrs. A, E. McKinney was in has been placed on the dean's regular _

.a E81atkal; \ ;over tag weekend visit-! list for the last trimester at':

ing )Irs. J.'G.'Millican. j the University of Florida. i iI '

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II I Garden Club I.Shower' Given -

I II Q i'4I Has Final Meet For Miss Tanner, : _

I [' I Of The Year _BrideElectA "

Member of the Starke Gar- _. ___ miscellaneous shower
I GLADYS B1OOTY\ PHONE 964-0651 I den Club closed their club ,
honoring Miss Gwendolyn A-
i with covered dish .,
year a sup- .
t ., melia bride-elect,
: :4r Tanner
'I- + 1't
and installation
per of officers -
I :
was given Tuesday at the
Monday night at the Episcopal I .
home of Mrs. Clifton Smithin
Parish House.
Arrangements of summer Lawtey. Co-hostesses with ,
Mrs. Smith were Mrs. Troy %
flowers were placed down the r ,
n .. Bennett and Miss Geraldine
long U-shaped dining table, _
I and centering the speaker's ,, -. .-,.. TI ________ Griffis. Seasonal flowers in ,- -?
I .44 artistic arrangements were a
table was a beautiful arrange- w
-- used in decorating. _.. :, zP' F14Jw
ments of roses gladioli, gardenias 1' L !'-' .
Assisting in serving were
and Belles of Ireland. '- ? .
Misses Judy Bennett. Lorraine -_ -
Following the supper, Mrs.E. .
Priest, Diann Thomas, and -
T. Prevatt, president con- -
Karan Lee.Included. k.
ducted the ''business meeting ,
M- 1A / when annual reports were __ -- ,-- ,- ..,-, ... among the 55 -
guests attending were Mrs
read. Mrs. M. F. Hazen re- '
BPW Members Hold InstallationAt i I Dan Parrish and Mrs. D. J.
ported that her committee appeared -
Parrish of Maxville Mrs.
in the Clean-Up drive I I : :
John Bennett and daughter
parade last Wednesday after- Dinner Honoring Business Student ,
I of the State Farm. Mrs. D. .
noon after which they cleanedup I '-
LLt I H. Smith of Starke, and Miss '
; the traffic island on E. The Starke Business and i Thursday night. I I winner; Mrs. Dorothy Milberger -
Betty Moody of New River.
Madison Street and assisted Professional Woman's Club I! Officers pictured on this occasion of Green Cove Springs, I

IEric I in painting the trash cans. held a joint installation ceremony : with the honor guest,[ president; Mrs. Virginia Wilj !jE

Assisting her were Mrs. John and dinner honoringMiss are [from left]: Mrs. Willie j liams of Jacksonville, Director!Methodist Seniors ______ '.
Manning, Mrs. Palmer Williams -I ,Alethia Williams, chosen Mae Denton, corresponding ,.District 3, installing officer: 'Are EntertainedThe I.D

Mrs. Edwin Williams i as the outstanding senior in. secretary; Mrs. Margaret .
', _, Mrs. Beatrice Farber. treasurer .
ramala.Parker I --- : ---- -pc Mrs. E. .T. Prevatt, ant Mrs. Business Education at Brad- Brown, 2nd vice president; First Methodist Church:I --- .-- -.------ .-.--.' r.- _-

To \Ved Mr. TisonI I Vida Jean GentryTo I V. V. Hazen. ford County High School in: Mrs. Desta Dyal 1st vice president 1 i ; and Mrs. Mildred Doyle I[honored their BHS senior class:: Mr. And Mrs. Olin W White Observe

I Mrs. Jessie Young, a delegate the Garden Restaurant last) ; Miss Williams, award recording secretary. !members at a dinner party in I

OnJulyl2th Wed Mr. Beall I at the Civic Round Table the Garden Restaurant Monday, Golden Wedding Anniversary

meeting reported that child- __ ______i- I I
On August 1 10 Miss Sandra HoltIs evening. I
:Mr. and Mrs Maurice Win- 1 ren's clothing ages 6 to 12. The graduation theme! was Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White Sr. tiful cente- uigemeit of yrt.}

gate announce the engage- I is needed, and also clean towels 1 ComplimentedAt used in decorations for the I,celebrated their Golden Wedding -(pow gladioli an.! mums. The

ment and approaching marriage Mr. and Mrs. James Lin- : children's bathing suits dining table, and appropriate': anniversary last Friday[four white linen covered dinIng -

'of their daughter, Pam- I wood Gentry announce the shorts and shoes for the Sal- ShowersMiss place cards marked the seating I i evening when their children"( tables, placed on the

ala Sue Parker. to Harry William engagement of their daughter, I' vation Army summer camp. cisI arrangement. The graduates gave a buffet turkey dinner screened porch, were rente ed
Sandra Lee Holt
I Jean to BeaU
Tison, son of Mr. and ,, Vida ; Hoist Clay I Mrs. Flake A. Parker of bride-elect of June 9, was are Jimmy Smith Gary Kouba, for them at the homo of Mr1 with arrangements of gold day

Mrs. Maceo Tison of Waldo- Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoist I Gainesville, District Director, Jack :McComb.: and 'and Mrs. White Jr. The children -lilies, stokesla and nastutiums.

The bride-elect 'is tile Clay BeaU Sr., of Macon, Ga. i; installed the following officers laneous honored shower at a Thursday lovely miscel-evening Melson, who 'with Williamj. are O. W. White Jr. and Helping to celebrate this delightful -

daughter of the late Jack J. The bride-elect is the grand- | : president, Mrs. ET.. Brabham enjoyed a delightful!:Mrs. Charles Savage: of Starke,
of the late i May 16, at the New River occasion were the families -
daughter Mr. and j
Parker and a member of the I Prevatt; first vice-president, dinner. The mn were Mrs. Floyd Boone of Jackson,
Mrs. John Rigdon of Starke, i. school house. Hostesses on young of the four
thildren ard
senior class of Bradford High I Mrs. Jessie Young; second T.I presented with devotional: books Tenn., and Mrs. Charts Fieldsof
SchooL and the late Mr. and Mrs. vice-president, Mrs. A. Russell j i this occasion were Mrs. J. I(entitled "Never Forget T)I Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stott of
William Parrish
Parrish, Mrs. ,
,Mr. Tison graduated from James H. Gentry of Dennis- Norman; third vice-president. '[Live" by Halford E. Luccock. The buffet table ned: a beau Gainesville.
ton. Va.Miss II Mrs. Wilbur Andrews, Mrs. R. I
Gainesville High School in Mrs. Bill Costello; recording WigI 1'!I
R. Andrews, Mrs. Floyd
I960, and is presently employ- I Gentry graduated from I secretary, Mrs. J. D. Doyle; I ,
I ed"with Eli Witt Cigar &I I Bradford High School in 1958 corresponding secretary, Mrs. I .-. .i4li gins, Mrs. Elbert Nettles, Mrs. Birthday Party Lady Golfers I i stone, 43-

: and received her BGA degree .I-- : eV Donald Welch, Mrs. Seeber Low Gross runner-up-Ce-
Candy Co. division of Hava- Charlie Cowen; treasurer, Mrs. ________ Moody and Mrs. Russell For Bobby White Entertain VisitorsAt
Tampa. I from Wesleyan College in Macon Harry Mooty; and parliamen- ceil de Guere, Palatka, 44.

,The wedding will be an Ga. She is employed by tiarian Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr. Green. I Bobby White celebrated his LuncheonThe Low Net- Willetta Gardner,
the The auditorium was decor- !
Gwinnett County Board
event of July 12 at 8 p.m. in I 14 t h birthday anniversarylast Palatka 33.
i_ ated
of Education.Mr. 1 for the occasion with artistic Starke Ladies Golf Association -
the First
Church of
Baptist. Coronation Set arrangements of spring Sunday afternoon with a Low Net runnerupBrooksCollier
I Beall graduated from I entertained visiting
Starke. Trophy Winners j
swim at the White'scottage
I No. invitations are being Lanier High School and received For Madison Street and summer flowers placed at party I golfers from Palatka and Palatka, 34.
on Crystal
sent but all friends and relatives Mercer his University AB degree in Macon from, Girls AuxiliaryClimaxing ', Coffee Cup League Has LuncheonMembers vantage tea table points was covered throughout.The with. The ten guests attending Keystone Heights on May 23 A prize was also given for

are invited to attend.Prs. lace cloth and centered with enjoyed swimming and a ham- at the Starke Golf and Country the fewest putts which was
where he was a member of of the
Tuesday three-game series
weeks of Bible ; two burger fry during the party Club.A won by Eva Hall with 14.
i L.: F. Smith Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Mr. morning Coffee Bowling Lea- Topsy Ebljng, second high crystal bud vases holding
Jr. and Mission Study, 27 members hours. ,
v, lavender orchid arrangements. nine-hole tournamentwith Marvalen Wood was closestto
I I Beall is vice-president of The gue held a cup trophy a- three-game series; _
!j&; Initiated Peoples Bank in Macon. I' of the Madison Auxiliary Street-j I wards luncheon Thursday, .Orac&*Fullwood, first high Balancing the arrangement at Mrs. O. W. White Jr. was handicaps was played the pin on her drive on
Baptist Church Girls each of assisted. by Bobby's aunt Mrs. with 43 entries. Prizes the fourth hole
The wedding will take placeon their day May 23. at the home of individual game; end the table were two I were to win a prize.

In Honor Society August 10, time and place were recognized for the social chairman, Mrs. Freda Hardenbrook, second crystal punch bowls. Silver I Floyd Boone of Jackson, awarded the following: Luncheon was served after

to be announced later. achievements in GA work on Smith DeVoe. trays held cookies and mints. Tenn. Low Gross-Ruth Lee; Key- the tournament.,
Friends will be interested to May 15. high individual game; The auditorium stage, where \ I f' ,
Arrangements of spring Madge Hicks first
Tcnow that Mrs. Leonard F. A coronation ceremony handicap
Girls AuxiliaryOf flowers were placed throughout high three-game series; the honoree's gifts were arranged -I .
Smith Jr., the former Idalou I highlighted the event, was decorated with "'

Davis of Starke. was recently New River Assn. which one girl was crowned the dining room and liv- LaTrelle Hamilton, han-di- magnolia leaves, and summer ': ''". :
I initiated into the Alpha Psi Queen, a high honor for service ing room, and on the trophy ''cap' :second high three-game blossoms. The hostesses'
chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa Has Swim Party in the organization. Re- table in front of. picture win- series; to the honoree was a set of KING-SIZE .

pnj international honorary sorority ceiving this award was Mary dow.Each Marjorie Wade, handicap Revere kitchen ware.
The: Girls Auxiliary of bowler's place was set
for women, teachers. Sue Thomas. first.. high individual game; Assisting in
serving were
Southern Baptist Churches in with a coffee cUPdecorated
The initiation ceremony; :was Laura Kay Thomas carriedthe : -
I Cricket-J Chitty, handicap Misses Gail Andrews, and
the New River Association with a bowling pin and her]
at enjoyed satin .
held Opp Ala. on May 18 white
crown on a second high individual game. Mary. Ella Green. Betty Jo
a swimming party last name, and team name.
This organization gives recognition pillow and it was presentedto :
Moody the bride's
kept book.
Saturday at the Kingsley I Mose Cummings, .district The best sport trophy was
to teachers who Selita Thomas -
the Queen 'toy
.Lake home of Mrs. Leila promotions for AMF, won by Bessie Winkler. Among the guests were Mrs.
manager :
liave proved themselves to be who holds the Queen title |I Robert L. Black, mother of BEAU11.Jt..STBeautyrest
Mundy. The occasion was in presented the following a- Bowling phi desk sets were
strong, efficient, professional with scepter rank.A the honoree, and Mrs. C. P.
teachers. celebration of the 50th anni- member of the GA may wards: presented to the league offi- Worthington of :

irrs. versary of the GA organiza- Elveria DeVoe, first high cers. Perry motherof
Smith has been rise from Maiden to Lady-in- the prospective bridegroom. '

teacher at Lockhart.I tion.The Waiting to Princess and I in longer anc1.wjc1rsizes : :' "

Ala. for the past two years. I Girls Auxiliary is a Queen. They advance accord- I Wainwright Kindergarten Mrs. J. V. Hull and daughter r\ : .
1 she will be the senior i missionary organization spon- to achievements in serviceto '
Nejct year ing Vivian, entertained
school social studies sored by the WMU in each and learn- I Is ComplimentedAt Classmates, Now on to "
high the community, Saturday, May 25, in the give you the. 1

teacher at Paxton High church 15 for of girls of 9 through ing about the Bible and the Dessert BridgeMrs. Seniors, FetedFive Woman's Club of High Springs '" .

School Paxton. Fla. years age. phases of missionary work. with a lovely miscellaneous

}tr. and Mrs. Smith, with The devotional topic, "What" Mary E. Martin became : O. L. Haynes Sr. andMrs. members the 1951 shower honoring Miss Holt. GREATEST SLEEP COMFORT

their two children, Larry and i I It Means to Be a GA was Princess, and the rank of A. N. Holliday entertained kindergarten class, who are Arrangements of yellow and

Sandra have recently moved I given by Dr. Sara Lou Wells Maiden was given to Lou Ann I at a delightful dessert-bridge now :members of the 1963 high white gladioli were used in

into their new home at Pax- !i, of Keystone Heights. Posters Thomas, Gayle Martin, Wan- j party last FrHay evening at school graduating class, were the party rooms. The refresh- YOU'VE EVER
ion. commemorating the 50th An- da Reams. Janie Griffis Jan their home on S. Water :treet honored at:a dinner party Saturday ment table was covered witha

niversary were shown by Thomas, and Cathy Tomlin- honoring Miss Betty Lou Wainwright .evening, [May 25, at t.te lace cloth, and an arrange- """..
from Brooker. Hampton
Crawford-Hart groups bride-elect. Starke Country,Cluo. The five ment of white and yellow S Ui* -.
and Madison Street son.Advancing
Bap- to LadyinWaiting I Arrangements oi early summer members' are: Sally Ann Epper- glads stood at one end of the

\Vedding PlansThe tist Churches.The were Nancy Gay, Susie flowers were used to advantage son, Qarol Searing, Tommy table. The other end held a

Hampton members presented Hurst Carolyn Brown, Patsy I in decorating points (.fI Andrews,:''Freeman Register III crystal punch bowl encircled S

marriage of :Miss Kay', a skit depicting the Helm Vicky Willis. Kay j I interest in the party rooms of Starke, and David Haines of with fern and yellow and
of Mrs. W. H. start of GA work in 1913. I
Hart. daughter
Martin, Sally for the occasion. The
'I Smith Debbie j dining Altamont Springs. white glads. Crystal comootes ..
Hart and Ronald Odam Crawford -! Ninety girls and their coun-
i Lawson. Norma Gatlen, Linda rocm table was covered with They;were joined at the dInner -I held mints and nuts. SIMMONS

son of Mr. and Mrs. Zary selors attended the meeting, Lee, Bonnie Griffis, and Yvonne -,(an imported cut work cloth and party by Sally Hardin,I held white cake Trays !
I squares top- }
Crawford, will be solemnized at representing the following
Andrews. I ceured with .r. arrangementof Henree Lou Dennis. Mary Ann ped with yellow wedding bells.
8 m. Friday in the First churches: Brooker, Evergreen
p. Each group presented some white gladioli, gardenias and Dally, Jimmy Fox Dan Dodd, The hostess presented the
Methodist Church of Starke. A I I First Baptist of Starke. Hampton .
before the I
work arrangement
i phase of pompoms. Balancing and Arlen Bias, all members: honor guest with a
reception will follow in the: Keystone Heights, Kings- awarded emblems, crystal holders .' pressure i
of the 63
I they were : graduating ciass. cooker as a memento of the I
Starke. Woman's Club. I ley Lake and Madison Street. designating their advance- I with tall white tap rs. The Hosts for this delightful: affair occasion.

No invitations are being Mrs. Mundy is the New River ment. They were charged by i I four individual tables were! were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep j

sent locally, but all friends and Associational WMU president -I Mrs. N. S. Dankel to continue I II centered with ncs gays of the person and Mr. and :Mts. Guy Miss
relatives of the in and ,Mrs. Theo Dyal is Judy MorganIs "
couple The
I advancing the cause of missions same summer flowers A d 'ews.- size that
\1ted.to attend. >; the Associational GA director. I. I fitsYou
t : by study and contribu- The 20 guests enjoying this The buffet table was centered Honor, Guest : '

tions. I delightful affair included; Mrs!:1 with an attractive arrangement ." .
!' .
Following the service a reception -iJ. R Wainwright, mother of of early summer flowers with At Bridal ShowerMiss 4", 1I lfr.T '
was given for the ,the honoree, :Mrs. F. J. Shaw, the- picture of the 1951 kindergarten <.,,..f/ '.<"h; -" .. ,.. 'l ;.,,

girls and their guests. mother of the bridegroom-elect, class at the base.: Extending Judy Morgan, bride- '.5<' .. < -" .

Refreshment tables were overlaid }[. s. Carl Chamblisj and Miss from the cantei-ieee elect, was honored at a lovely ,../' ',.-"/ ,':-.<, .. <. ,... n",' ,, ,-:"':'%"" ', .,:,"'-, '4 .. .

with lace cloths. The Ruby Fugate of Jacksonville at two sides w re styrofoam miscellaneous shower Tuesday .z.--- ',_. 'ltJ; '" "r ". .. .
centerpiece was of yellow and jaunts of the honoree, and Mrs. base: holding eight white ta; : ;F{; ,', '" -';"
night of last week, given
0J white gladioli, flanked by Kopelousos of Birmingham -pers with the number* 1951-

white candles and the GA Ala.. sister of the bride- 1963 at the bases. The Tshaped by Mrs. Charles Harvey, Mrs. The Firmness you like

colors. Garlands of ivy were i elect. j dining table: held an ivy William Green. and Mrs. Harvey -

( draped on the tables where The hostesses presented Mis<; garland down the center. interspersed I McCarthy at the Heil-

r punch and cake were served. !Wainwright with a piece of hei: with bowls of summer bronn Baptist pastorium.At .

1I= l-r- F -i I Mrs. P. T. Nolin. GA leader, chosen china pattern as, a :memento <' flowers. points of interest in the

Ii-i: I'i i :-i---- ) i II I I poured punch, and Mrs. Nor- of the occasion. After the dinner, the( party pastonum were attractive arrangements -

J.E t- ; U_i_ : ILLI1: _:. man Willis. president of the was joined by 30 members of of artificial flow-

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WMU, assisted. Greeting the ers and
Mrs. Davis Presents the BHS senior class for a pot plants. Corsageswere

.... guests were Mrs. W. E. Mar- splash ,party, danCing, and given to the honoree;

I .- '- I tin, Mrs. Mazie Helm, Mrs. :Students June 4 games. her mother, Mrs. R. L. Morgan Tufted

4' 'IIFOII AFTER Joyce Williams, and Mrs. Wm. I During" the evening, snacks, and Mrs. Jim Newsome, or Quilted as you prefer

Dunagan all leaders of the Mrs. E. M. Davis will present cheese dips, chips, and. a variety -, mother of the prospective \ .

Junior and Intermediate GA. I i. her piano pupils in a re- of crackers were served from, bridegroom.

"Scaffold.. Please. This occasion was also in ciltal Tuesday night, June 4, an'attractively appointed(! snack Games were played duringthe Lang Full Size .. -.- : .." r' .
Bay 5-inches
at 8 o'clock at the Starke Queen-Size Beautyreit JCi,
anni- i-Siu is
celebration of the 50th table. At another table 'a collection evening and prizes awarded longer than standard double Beautyrest really,

versary of the Girls Auxiliary. Woman's Club.Appearing : of high school annuals, to Mrs, R. L. Morgan and width model S4neh&ongerani really. big! Wn longer and abed !-
to be treeSurgeon 1 mattresses. Also 6-inches wider<< than ..taM'moat
than a : .
It takes more < sew -h wider than standard
the Mrs. Morris
on Carter. The door
!; program was on display for the guests available in twin ard full-size mattress.
l will be: Bobby Sheppard, Mary to enjoy. prize was won by Mrs. Fay size. Mattress or Set of mattress' tress mattress.Set ot mat
UDC InstallationThe and 2 twin- <
Sue Underhill, Sandra and Lewis of Lake City. Mrs. Morgan box spring.
aad box
A knowledge! plant roth is a neces- \ $89SG !spring I1QQS9 aizeosprints.FREE .
sty: in performing an eff.cent: cperctcn:: i'on'any Linda Haas Judy McConnell kept the bride's book $29900
W. T. Weeks Chapter,
."- % tree. The "rr. deJl: stff" at I ', Denise Winkler. Carol Hardy, Spaghetti SupperSt. Mrs. Glen Norman made a : 'to

,Florida' Pest Control. is educated expsri- \ UDC will hold an installationof Linda Crawford, Martha Dennis -: bridal .cascade from the gift DELIVERY FREE DELIVERY
.enced. and well! equipped to perform the officers and covered dish Edward's Altar Society is
Janet Nichols. Walter Pre-; ribbons, and Mrs. Jimmy Lee
surgery in a scientific. manner. luncheon on Wednesday, June sponsoring a spaghetti supper II
1 vatt Melody Cuttino Patsy;i cut the cake and assisted the 7t's A Fact You Can J-o.Betfer; At
[ from 5 toj
5, at 13: noon at the home of today, (Thursday)
Ann Carter Donna Bryan. hostesses in serving punch.
Mrs. W. B. Mundy at as"l 11 p. m. at st. Edward's HalL P\'T1
Janice Ritch. Susan Autry The hostesses presented the
ley Lake, with Mrs. F. B. I ,Mrs. Henry Stefanelli is in
Linda Paterson Billy McRae I honoree with a large blue
.A t-fc> Beard as co-hostess. charge of arrangements. The Denmark Co0
t I Wanda Lewis Rita Ellington china lamp as a memento of Furniture
6ida ThtO&u1d and Beth andDorothy Mixon. public is invited to attend. .the occasion.

Mary Sue Underbill and Seventy guests were invitedto

CHEMICAL CO. Zipper Notebooks $%." at dra Haas will serve as san-j Zipper N Ubo ob $2.49 t& attend this delightful affair -

Bradford County Telegraph. The public is invited 1 434 446 W. CaD St. Phone 964-4321 Starke, Fla.F .
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Zoning Bill Fe Lake, $7,500.'Thomas I of Route 2, Starke, was recently -
Sports Banquet Registration Set For r BANK HOLIDAYThe
F. Colson, Starke, reassigned to Hunter ,

Is Introduced Cites Athletes to Raymond W. Harris, Jr., f First Graders At SERVICE MEN r AFB in Georgia, following his Community State Bans
Jacksonville, parcel of land, fI t eraduation from the U.s. Air of Starke, and the Fiona

,Continued from Page One] I [Continued From Page 1] $1,000.J. I I Starke ElementaryRegistration AXD WOMEN Force technical training course I' Bank at Starke will be closea

I' C. Marlar, Lake City, to 'i for aircraft propeller repair- Thursday, May 30 for Memorial -
would also be ,appointed, con"Slsting she read ,a poem which she had Cecil L. Douglas, Starke, parcel for pupils entering men at Sheppard AFB Texas. I Day, a legal holiday m

of five members named composed, in appreciation of the! of land,' 7500. i w If lUll1 8uqess (o/tJ- I the first grade of Starke 1 Airman Moss is a graduate of Florida.

by the county commission cheerleaders efforts in all\ Aaron C. Williams, Starke, :, Elementary School next term Bradford High School, and

for staggered' terms. athletic events this school term. to Edwin E. Conway, Starke, Box 104, Sulphur Springs, Ind- I will be held Friday. June 7, ", p r-,4._: _=_- -. his wife, Sandra, is the daugh-,'I CHURCH OF GOD

The bill authorizing certifi- Special recognition was also residence 12700. |I from 9 a.m. until 12 noon at ,- i ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph 422 N. St. Clair St.
cation of builders would allow given to those boys in each Betty Ann Edwards and J. Wherein I return from the I have potatoes, onions, and the elementary school office. 4 i Bryan of Starke.

the charging of fees, I sport who did not miss a single M. Edwards,_Jr., her husband, Holy Land; had a wonderfultrip. radishes. How I loved my big Principal P. T. Nolan announced I! Sunday School, 10 aon

which would go into a fund ,day of practice. These athletes Starke, to A. J. Thomas, Jr., I clean house, plant i garden out in Nebraska. I ,; jesterday. Morning Worship. 11 a. m

'fdr carrying out provisions of I received silver emblems appropriate Starke, 54 acres of land; $5,200. I garden, and take more shots II told Don Jr. to plant it this : To-enter the first grade. a Evening Service. 7:30: p.m. Y-
Tech. Sgt. R. Griffin PE each Wednesday, 7:30
the act. Owners repairing their to the sport in which R. B. Southerland, E. C. for a trip around the world. spring. I have put up two : child is required to be six $ .. S Joseph : p.
own property would be 1 I years old on or before Dec. 31, of Was'cross. Ga.. son of m. Prayer Meeting Friday.
and vibrant
they participated. They were: Dukes, and John Morris, as Long days are I wren boxes. A carpenter made '
ifrom. the act. Basketball: Chuck Moore. Trustees of The Church of : here again, them for me down town. 1963. Every parent must submit James R. Griffin of Starke, 7:30 pjn. L. s. Williams

captain; John Williams, Ernest, Christ, to E. C. Dukes, resi- Full radiant here once more. I They are in a tree hanging the child's birth certificateat recently graduated from the pastor.

-; ...--.---=.... .Jenkins. Richard Hobbs, and,I dence in Pinehaven Subdivision And thoughts go back on a 1! from limbs. I hope the wrens the time of registration. If Military Air Transport Service
Senior Non-commissioned,
!Gary Cole.Baseball. i 6600. magic track I'I find them and will sing to me. the parents do not have a Officer Esterbrook Cartridge and

I : Donald Falcon T. W. Tatum, Lawtey, to To treasured days of yore. I Next week my granddaughter -! tirth certificate for the child, L Academy at Orlando A- i,. Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -

WILLIAMSJEWELRY I Mike Frick, Gary Cole, Mike,; Myrtice Norsworthy, parcel of This is again the magic : graduates from high they should apply for one now FB. He is a'radio operations $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH.
and is
land 5000. time 'I I school. It makes me feel thatI and get it to the school office supervisor returningto
Waters and. Gary Kouba. : t I1 I by August 15, Mr. Nolin said. his permanent unit at Turner '
I E. J. Raulerson, administrator To seek a hushed retreat I am 16 again and graduating -
Track: Leonard Dugger, Joe AFB in Georgia. Fun
I For All
Each child registering should
of the estate of E. M. Where birdsong clear I have already attended
:Brown, Gene Pass, and I 1
Lynwood Raulerson, deceased, to JohnE. spreads job and cheer the class play and am look- complete all immunizations for ,..-
REPAIRS Walters.
Starling, Eaton Park, 20 And the breeze blows blossom ing forward to the commence- communicable disease during SCOTCHDOUBLES
WATCHES-DIAMONDS I Four Boys were also awarded -:)I acres of land, 2500. sweet: ment and baccalaureate sermon summer, including booster 2nd Lt. Marklee Tomlinson,

AB Work Guaranteed I red blankets with a gray I Johnie W. Geoghagan, Du- When the long twilight fad- i j shots and during August eacn son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
|i"B" on them for their participation '
beginning pupil should have a Tomlinson of Route 2, Starke
val County. to John H. New- es into night, Until next week, God bless ,II
A. C. Williams ,: in the track AM Club. thorough physical examination has recently completed an 11-
some, Jacksonville, lot in Be- Velvety smooth and black, I you all !
142 W., Call St. i I To be a member of the AM ford Oaks, $1,600. And from the years agone, I My love, I the principal said. Naval Aviation Cadel BillyB. week officer orientation courseat "1I
!!Club a boy must get before Halsaoeck Jr., of Air.
up son The
Engineer School Fort
Charlie R. Alvarez to Mid- ere the break of dawn, I MOTHER LURA

Starke Fla. [:school each day of practice, State Homes, Inc., Tampa, The old, old dreams come I I NEW RIVER BAPTIST i and Mrs. B.. B. Halsabeck of Belvoir Va. He is a 1957 ,

J j for 99 days this season, and parcel of land 2900. back. Woods Fires I i CHURCH Kingsley Lake, made: his first graduate of Bradford High I
run two miles. New initiates School, and a 1962 graduateof
-Joe Adams Sunday School, 10 a. m. solo flight recently in a military !-
into the club this
are Burn ,
year 13 AcresIn The Citadel in Charleston.
Again it is and I
I Civitans Set Spring am aircraft at Saufley Field
: Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ,
Wayne Phipps, Joe Brown, and f S. C. Before entering the Ar- ..--
in '
Indiana. So many years I Naval Air Station
Past WeekFive Training Union 6:30: Evening Auxiliary '
Lawson. p.m.
Tony Junior Hal Law- : Lt. Tomlinson
Clean-up Project my was employed -
I so much enjoyed the Springs Worship. 7:30 p.m. Mid in Pensacola. The 18 months
son also qualified for the AM: with by the Florida State EVERY
good Don in Nebraska.
my fires with 13.1 course Helsabeck is taking
I woods Service
Members of the Civitan Club, week Prayer Wednes-,
: I Road Department in Talla
dub this year for the second I I have tried to be happy I leads to designation of offi-
I acres burned were reported day 7pm. Everyone welcome.
set this Saturday morning, I hassee.
time and received a bar and a : and brave since I came from I cers for the Navy and Marine ,, THURS. KITE
June 1, out their part the 1
to carry during past week by I
I the Holy Land, for I did have I ; Coips. Students completing alll 1 j
star to add to the red blanket I in Starke's Clean-up, SEVENTH DAY -
Paint-up,1 a wonderful trip. I arrived in Florida Forest Service head-
of the
phases are
I program
he received last CALL 964-6261
Fix-up Drive. CHURCH
I year. I t Indiana April 20. I stayed well quarters in Bradford County. qualified combat and reconnaissance -I Airman 3-c Lyman J. Hun-
The Civitan's project, in co
operation with the Jaycees, ito the whole trip and only corning Three of the fires were incin- Sabbath School [Saturday] pilots. ter Jr., son of Mrs. Felix For Information

I:LamSales take down all old posters home on the Constitution diary, and two were caused by 964-1324. .. "'-, Griffin of Hampton. has completed -

' ASK fOA FREE DEMONSTRATION and signs in town. The Civitans I 'did I have a little sickness lightning. 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship. I ',,,, the U.S. Air Force Starke Lanes
Total chest cold, and dysentery. Now 11 Located between Wilson '
$748,600I will a. m. ', ". technical training course for
clean the side of town II I I
up Since Jan. 1 there have been ""
Command Gravely PowerTerry's I am feeling fine and am taking -
: Road and Griffis missile
Loop. mechanics
east of U. S. Highway 301. : I at Shep- ,
II I '
cholera and: typhus shots 68 woods fires with a total of AMUSEMENT
Saw Shop I I From Page 1] I George Pierce was appointed li)I for another trip I have plan- pard Texas. He will now
494.4 acres burned CENTER
as compared BROOKER BAPTIST enter the advanced missile
Ito find another civic club to; "
No.2 George Gothberg, Radio, Inc., i i co-sponsor 1964 Bradford High I'.i ned, to go around the world. : with 146 fires and 1311.3 ,- CHURCH course at the same base.
This time I will
fly, starting
Starke. WPXE [old WRGR] I
School Student Body Presidenti)I from San Francisco. Then we acres burned during the Rev. James Temple, Pastor i I

2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. Radio Station, $7,000. .John, Williams at annual con j| fly to Hawaii, Japan, Philippines 1 same period last year. CITY FISH
Gainesville Phone: 372-3588 Richard E. Bacchus Jacksonville !vention I of the National Asso"I Morning Worship, 11 a.m. MEAT MARKET
Formosa, Siam, Burma, I Average rainfall for the
I to Ottis Lewis Dixon, I I elation of Student Councils in I Evening Service, 8 p.m. Sun- _
11 Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, in
; county May has been 3.31
Jacksonville id
res ence
day School, 10
I Ann Arbor,, :Michigan. The] am. Training
Lakeside Subdivision on Santa iI i i Civitans are contributing $5l D Ji'; and over the Himalayan Mts. : inchesan increase over May, Union, 7 p.m. Prayer Service $S .
.I I to RUSSIA. In each country 1962, which had 2.72 inches. 1 ; I JUST CAMriSEAT
Wednesday >
to the trip which will cost al, 8pm.PENTECOSTAL ; g
we study conditions
and meet
total During the week ending Mon- I _.
of $117 for registration;, ,
i Gas Genie says: 'and transportation. lj Nehru, and other heads of day the Highland fire tower 1 \
I -
state and the U.S. Ambassa-
turn to The Club also voted to have I : reported 2.40 inches; Santa I 324 W. Brownlee St. r
only two speakers the dors. It is a college Seminar i I Fe, 1.20 inches; and New Riv- Sunday School 4. I J
on sec-i' to learn world conditions. 10 a. m.
We :,
ond and fourth Tuesdays ofj t : er Morning Worship, 11 a. m. cl .,
will fly to each and L
1 j In spite of the ,
MODERNLIVING each month rather rain, the
than three,I then Evangelistic Service, 1::30 p. m.
stay several days. I get; woods I
due to the difficulty of ob comparatively : Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, --
"j yellow fever shot
I my now dry, and the public is ,
entertainment cautioned 7:30 Airman Donald R. ,
taining and the; : p. m. Prayer for the sick Magyari
Thursday. I could not get;
4' amount of business to be I these last shots in New Castle kind.about starting fires of any I II '1 at all services.-David T. :Me- son of Mr. and Mrs. John

transacted. i Ghee, pastor. Magyari of Route 2, Starke
so my son takes me to Ft.
was recently reassigned to
withNATURAL i Amarillo AFB in Texas for ERNEST and OPAL ALLEN
an army post about 40 miles Operators
Bridge WeightsFor NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED technical training as a U.S.
from i
us. It was fun and we -
GASYou Trucks ate dinner and made a holi- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY j Air Force aircraft maIntenance -
i t specialist. He completed -
day of the e\-ent. I go in June. C

can lead a modern, carefree life today when you have Are RevisedThe for the last cholera and typhus -1 (By Elizabeth, Givens. ) i I at Lackland basic AFB.military training FRYERS Lb.

Natural Gas doing your work it's so much faster, cleaner formula regulating gross I leave shots. 'I, ...t..t. .t..t."""""" 4U "' .t..t..t..t..t..t..t.,, ...&....... ... & & I I t ,.
on this trip July 12, ------
and uiore economical. Switch weight limite has
today you'll be glad on bridges I and should get home to New j \ .
you did. 'been revised. New weight Kiddie Kolltft I SMOKED
York the first of September. day to attend the graduation ,

: charts can be obtained by contracting I have sent in for my visas. KindergartenCommencement of Mrs. Gloria Deloris Graham ,; ., ,;:,
STARKE NATURAL GAS Trooper J. E. Cox atj exerciseswill
j My passport was almost full a graduate of RJE High PICNICS Lb.
the Florida Highway Patrol' be held at Allen Chapel School. -
: CITY HALL Phone .9Q -2351 '' 'and so I do not know how I Other members attending -
station in Starke. AME Church at 7:30: Fri-
they will do. I wonder if they j p.m. i were her mother Mrs.
: I I I day for the Kiddie I ;
will add a few leaves? Ha! :' Kollege J Jack Lee of Fort Pierce, her

You see I had several visas Kindergarten nursery school. :I brother and aunt Mrs. Maud
r '-- I Everyone is invited to
.1 I j Houghs of
S for the Holy Land trip and I I Deland and other SMOKED
; -Mrs. Bessie Lee, teacher. friends. I
think eight new ones for this I
I Summer j
f 1 around the world tour. It is School ,I I Greater Bethlehem Free SAUSAGE LB.

-i' DON'T' exciting.I I The summer program will Will Baptist. The 11 a.m. sermon -
I "HEAT-BEAT go to Sunday school and I begin June 17 with activities I was delivered last Sun-

S church I including arts and crafts, day by Rev. RED HOTU. _
every Sunday morn-I 'I Joseph William3
, t HRQUGH THE i ing. I teach a Sunday School i swimming every day, indoor of Jacksonville. Weekly meetings

'r1k. LONOSUMMER class of high school boys and !' and outdoor games, and reading as follows: Monday night, >'. S. GOODCHUCK

: ft.f girls. They chose me while I;,: library activities for improvement -''I Choir 1 rehearsal. Tuesday .

was abroad their in reading. night, Faithful Few 0
as Club. 7:30.

r t.r ... >f s& .. 'i 1 teacher. I was so proud. I Parents are asked to please Wednesday night, general .iXri'J., .... ROAST or STEAK
I Sl3Wz ;L: have the classes well under send your children to the pro- Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: Thurs-:: ..._::::._.......: -

: way and we are all happy. gram for wholesome recrea day night Choir 2 and Ladies '! Airman William B. Patrick, o.

I Yesterday I tion. Eddie Thompkins Circle will meet. i'
was pleasantly Circle meeto' ;son of Mr.. and Mrs. W. M.
surprised by the young lawyer principal. at home of Sister Sarah i Patrick of Route 1, Lawtey, LB.

I who is settling our estate. I I Funeral Services I Prince. Friday night, Prayer was also assigned to Amarillofor

He drove in to see me, so I'' Rev. B. G. Burgman, pastor I, Band meeting at home of Mrs. technical training as an

could sign a paper. He is a'1! of Mount Nebo Baptist Church Lou i sa Lindsay. Saturday' ;aircraft 'maintenance specialist MEAT .

good friend of Don Jr. and I j and St. Joseph'Baptist Church night I Can Circle meeting at'' ;1 lie is a 1962 graduate of

I am so fond of him. He is a of Archer, died May 24 at his home of Rev. and Mrs. Louis'' :Bradford High School and

lawyer and teaches law at the j home in Gainesville. Funeral McKay. (completed<< basic training at 1EWLB.59cU.S.COOD

University of South Dakota.. services will be held at 1:33: The president is asking each ': ;Lackland., .

He fixed up the paper, I sign-J I p.m. Saturday, June 1, at Mt. member to do her duty in1' : .

U -f-' i ed, and away he started .back.I' Carmel Baptist Church in the' Woman's Drive. All our II

/: : 7 + It made me a bit homesickfor Gainesville. For those who ]many friends are invited to be Airman 3-c William J. Norrisof

Jr 7 Nebraska and I'have sheda would like to ,send cards or I present and help us to make I Jacksonville, son of Mr. and --LB.1

.. : few. more tears' than usual telegrams the address is 740 this a grand affair.Rev.. L.I Mrs. H. W.Norris of Keystone CLUB STEAK 59c

for: my,good Don. He did say : N.W. 3rd St. McKay, pastor; Miss Rebecca Heights, was recently reassigned -

r .75. that Don Jr. was fixing me Church News Allen reporter. to Shaw AFB in South

.. up a room and wants me to.I New Greater Allen Chapel: Regular -i Carolina following graduationfrom
Hope Baptist: Rev.
come back. awhile to stay i pastoral day will be observed -I the U.s. Air Force tech- ,
,. ,I Robinson and congregation BRISKET
with them when I return Sunday starting with nical training course for jet STEW
i i
: I hold services a( 3 p.m-
H. from my tour around the Sunday School at 9:45.: Morn- aircraft maintenance special-

", world. It makes 'me glad. ,j I Sunday. Everyone is invited toattend. ing service, 11 a. m. Love ,, AFB. He received training in
L. W.
- I Rev. Mosley, HAMBURGER
So time marches on and Feast. Holy Communion 6 p. I the maintenance and inspection -

S lust dial for cool comfort with the old dreams come back of I.i i I pastor repo'ter.Funeral; Mrs.. Glennis Solomon m. with the pastor in charge. I 'of j jet fighter planes cur-

the happy days I spent in. AU members are asked to rently in use by the 'Air Force. ,

: jllfleleSS: ELECTRIC Nebraska with Don. I recall I Service please make a report to the
Rev. and Mrs- Alphonso Jenkins -
being thankful and happy, class leader for the supportof

and thanking God for my I urday were attending in Deland_ the last sat-I -the-stewards. Airman' 3-c Leslie Moss, son 3 Ibs SjOO

i peace and joy. I knew some of ,
AIR OONDITIONING I rites of Latten Yarn the father Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moss

day I would be alone. It camea I of Deacon B._T. Marshall. I Ii I
little,sooner than I expected. i i
Accompanying them were
: ; I am trying: to get strong-i' Health Facts
Why put; up with humid "hothouse" indoor Mrs. Sophia Royal, Mrs. Co-:
_ again and ready for longer
e __ __ my
JI rean :McNeal, and Shaunak EVERYONE SHOULD
weather that frazzles KNOW! :
your.nerves? With ElectricAirConditioning trip. I eat the food I should

your whole family will live better and exercise as I did when in I I.i Brown. Pork Chops
2 COMFORTS IN 1 1S the bionU.I ry I Countless thousands suffer pain & misery
Service.during World Warn ;
feel healthier. Keener -
: appetites.
Reirehiag sleep.
YearoroundelectricS and every day I walk at A bedspread will be given -- -yes even die before their time because

D Reduced- humidity" helps prevent mildew and dampirconditioningcools in least three miles. When I get away by the American Legion' j, k they did not know their-insurance policies End Cut3LBS. Center
S ness. Filtered, dust-free air: makes housecleaningeasier. 'in winter.Qf'tffo summer unarms' I this done I am walking out Auxiliary at 7 p.m. Saturday i ij would pay for Chiropractic care.

Brings priceless'comfort for mere pennies a day. dawn the road with my little I j,in the: Masonic Hall. There j ] Your Chiropractor has an enviable record

S Tried ..' dog. Gabby. Hs will also be a limbo-twist con : Dr. in restoring health after all other $1
.and proven, Eleci ic Air. Cgnditioning is : G gets tired before i[ Bollinger even LB. We
the best investment I 'we reach home. Ha! {i test. Everyone is invited to methods have failed.M. .
: ever. Enjoyed by a half.million
HELPFUL HINTS. Do you 1! attend] the hop. E. King M. D. states "The. Chiropractor is!! doing a
of Florida! neighbors. See .
your your electric appliance rs wear your hair teased Try Singer To Appear work that Medicine cannot do. lie belongs in a

: dealer or air conditioning contractor today. r "2! N wrapping toilet paper around I Sister Rosetta Cohens of class with Specialists." We Close Monday-Open 6 a. m.-}0
Jacksonville will appear at p. m.
your head around and around t
Take the short cut to health and
see Chiropractor
I before going to bed t the First Born Church of th; I
first The
Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic is located at
Put several Living God at 8 p.m. Sunday.
bobby pins in to
: ,1kl'JfQI( f unoJess U&M&a't-a" hold it on. Keeps the hair I. All singing groups are urged I 426 N. Walnut Street, Stark, Fla.

: f nice. Clean the glassdoor to be present and the public
off I r Bring Your Health Problems To
: .irs CHEAPER. TOO f is invited. -
your oven with baking soda.

FLORIDA Use it as you would a scour- I Graduation1sitors The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic

POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ing powder. Mrs. Alma Jenkins Mrs. Co- WE S1"I''' A"""", r..r I SUr nc-r.DnrrI"; S
a 426 N. Walnut Street Starke
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA T have plantedTa small gar- rean McNeil. Mother Sophia Fla. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.

den in the Royal and B. Marshall 607 Brownlee
'f rear of my lot. I. .1 Insurance Cases .Ajccepted phone 9691095I
drove to Daytona Beach Mon- JI i.i i.


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Mr. Thomas, 74 I Man ChargedIn i Inman Green I Prison Funds this is the first record" of hu-! j!' their beauty but, not their I BETHEL BAPTIST CnUR p
taste. idea to '
man associated with It's a good
poisoning Df.
InstalledAs I I Sunday School 10 a. ;
Of OJbeec/ioJbee/ Hit-Run To Be Still In BillNew lantana plants. teach children to avoid putting Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Lion's President, r I However 4t has been known I anything in their mouth Evening Worship 7:00: 11 ft.

Services HeldCarlisle I AccidentDaniel for years that lantana can I except food. i Prayer meeting Wednesday
Inman Green will be installedas I prison construction in I poison cattle. An alkaloid called I Even crawlers in play pens I 7:30: p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams. -

I president of the Starke Lions Bradford and Union County,I. lanatine is the killer. i may reach out between the If I .

Thomas Sr., 74, a T. Roznowski 20, of I Club at a meeting' in the Lions totaling $4,805,293, was included Touching crushed lantana bars and pull in anything i

native of Clay County and I Starke has been charged with \i Den Thursday, June 6. Other, in the compromise general leaves is known to cause a', within reach. Grass and most
brother of A. J. Thomas Sr. of accident -! thS' appropriation bill passed by II SWIMMING
leaving the scene an new officers installed at skin reaction. One child made lawn weeds are harmless but
of Starke, died on May 9 in : i in a hit-and-run mishap i ii (time will toe Dr. Wayne Whif-| the State Legislature last I a rush trip to the hospital af- j poisonous mushrooms may: be

the Okeechobe General Hos- i :Monday night in which he was j fen 1st vice president; and Saturday.The ter playing by a clump of, within reach. Before I 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.

I! driing a stolen car. jI iI j Nolin Woodburn secretary-, largest prison item was lantana plants. The exposed growing DAILY
leaving a toddler alone in the I
Thomas had spent mostof II I Starke Policeman Rudolph i',treasurer. 4477.504 for the proposednew : I' skin was marked with white I
I'I'I I yard, but sure he's not among
his adult life in Okeechobee I Hutcheson. who investigated ,. The new district governor; reception and medical splotches and reddish areas. I killer '! Beautiful New Pool
County moving there in the mishap at 11 p.m. Mon Walter R. Lee Jr. of Gainesville center at the old Lake Butler I Lantana grows throughoutthe
r "( '-' '101 For additional information I! ADMISSION 50c
1910. He had been employed I day said that Roznowski will serve as installing airport site.Lesser state. In south Florida

as building inspector for the Gail Reddish Leaves For WorkIn i turned his stolen 1963 Ford i I I officer. items were: $98,789for native species bloom and fruit ask your county agent for bul-1
Starke Motor Court
City of Okeechobee until the : in front of a car driven by : Woodburn has also been appointed additions to academic all year. Related varieties are letin 175 "Poisonous Plants

time of his death. At one time Peruvian Mission Field Kmmrtt Dave Turner. 32. of Zone Chairman to serve building at Raiford. $214,000 grown In northern Florida as Around the Home."
he had also' been connected I Starke. Roznowski was going' on the District Governor's for sewer improvements and I ornamental plants. .
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Miss Gail Reddish. daughter Rica where she graduated in -
Brownlee Street when $15,000 for a new home for --'-
with law enforcement in 0- rusi on (cabinet and as a member of Lantana is a shrub from
keechobee doing special deputy of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. August 1962 after having'mastered he made a sudden left. turn !the President's Council. the prison superintendent. three to five feet tall. The! OUR FAITH l

work for, several sheriffs. \, Reddish of Route 2, Starke. ;, the Spanish lang-I II onto North Thompson Street The Lions will conduct a flowers are displayed in disk- |.
is shown prior to boarding a.. uage. 1 .1 1. We beliete there I. but one lltlnjr and true God, ..v.r1aitIng. *
Mr. Thomas is survived by'': I directly in front of Turner's ,broom sale tonight (Thursday) like clusters on long stalks. V of Infinite power tvindom and Koudnenki. Maker and ,
two sons, Carlisle and Sam !' plane enroute to Euitos, Peru.I Miss Reddish then returned ;i 1955 Ford. 1 from 630; to 8 p. In. for the! Individual flowers have four! Preserver uf all thing', both tlitble aud Iu.,blblr. And In the
where she will serve as a mis- : to the U.s.. and for six months'I i nine in Let's unity of this Godhead, there are three Perii. of oa e .ubstance -
Of total of
and six daughters, Mrs. H. M.I I'I'I a persons !benefit of their Sight Conser-l lobes and are tubular in the I II
sionary to the Peruvian people.I visited churches in the North- j I of eternal being, and equal In hollnet justice wisdom
Hancock. Miss Hallie Thomas. both vehicles none was injured. -'vation Program. Funds raised}I lower part. They may be i I power and dlguit the Father the Son, and the Holy Glto.t.I .
Mrs. Gladys Lowe. and Mrs. Upon graduating from BHS, eastern and: Midwestern Stat- '! Damage to Roznowski's car in this way are used locally I creamy white yellow, pink, : We beliete that the t'>on, ttho In the Word of the Father
Miss Reddish attended Trinity es. She is now working with ; the irry and eternal God of one imbalance with the Father,
!! I was estimated at $900 and at ;to for underprivileged .! orange or scarlet.
Doris Garden all of Okee- purchase glasses
Bible College in Tampa for the Spanish speaking people I I I took nian'M nature la the womb of the blenned Virgin' ) no that
chobee; Mrs. K. L. Worth. $225 on Turner's. I children. The stems are bluntly ttto whole and perfeet nature, that In to nay, the Godhead and
She then transferred i in Equitos Peru. which is located !
two ,
: .years. Roznowski was charged green or brown. and manhood. were joined together In one prrnon. nrtrr to be
Sarasota and Mrs. J. R. | square
; to Tennessee Temple Bible i on a tributary of the I By Ilervey Sharpe I dh Idt'd. hereof In one Christ very God and perfect man, ttho I
with failure to have his vehicle be armed with weak,
Stanley Plant City: two bro-; ]! College in Chattanooga, Tenn.. great Amazon River. J. C. Dukes Wins Florida Agricultural Extension may actually Buffered, was crucified dead and buried to reconcile I
fliers A. J. Thomas Sr. of'' I under control and caus- i ServiceCarelessness i sharp spines. Leaves are in \ the Father to us and to make atonement not only for oar
and graduated in June 1961 Miss Reddish is a missionary ing an accident and with : pairs or whorls of three. actual pullt. but also for original bin.
and Arion Award
Starke W.; J. Thomas
of the Pine Level Baptist I 3. We beliete that ChrUt did truly rise atrnln front the I
Atlantic Beach; two sisters !! with a degree in Bible Educa I leaving the scene of an acci- with poisonous Lantana berries are greento dead and took again His body ttith all things appertaining_
Mrs. Jessie Morgan Jacksoiiriville i! tion. In August. 1961 she entered Church of Starke and is' dent. Bond was set by the Given By RotaryThe I I plants may lead to "silentspring" blue or black, nearly one- I the perfection of man' nature and ascended Into beaten and I
and Mrs. Edith Murr- i I working under the auspices city at $152.50 for each chargefor for the diaper clan. fourth inch in diameter and I there gitteth until He haU return to judge aU men at the lat
the San Jose Language i
of the World Baptist Fellowship I daT.I
hee Starke. Also surviving 'I a total of $305. He has National Anon Founda- :, So keep a close watch on tiny contain one bony seed. I 4. We beliete the Holy Ghost proceeding; from the Father
are 21 grandchildren and 11 ;, Institute in San Jose Costa I Mission Board.to been turned over to the county i,I tion Award for the oustanding tots while they are frolicking. One leaf of the oleander is and the Son' lit of one unbalance mujfty nnd glory, ttith .h..1
I and will be held for the ;. member of the BHS Band was killer plants. reported toxic enough to will 'I! Father and the Son. cry and eternal (od.
greatgrandchildren.Funeral be reported to the sheriff I l among 5. We bf'IIctllnt eternal life tvllh God in beaten U a pore
services were held Boating Safety i i of the county in which the FBI which has several cases i! presented to J. C. Dukes a Many parents believe in let- an adult. Children have been I tlon of the reward of the finally; righteous; and that eterlantlnjrbanlithmrnt I"
senior, at the Wednesday make "oral explorations" -: made ill oleander from the pretence of the Lord and ua..ndlnator-
accident occurred within 10 against him also. ting infants by carrying i
in the First Methodist Church I II I luncheon ture in hell the wages of the pernUtently wIrked. (Malt ::5-4A1;
Rules meeting of the
Tightened '
of Okeechobee with Elder I daysThis often was inconvenient -I The automobile was stolen i I about the yard. It'sI flowers around in their mouths : P alm i7l Kev. :21:7 8.)

George Petty of Gainesville I I I particularly for those I I from Chicago. Ill., accordingto Starke Rotary Club. The a- 1 one way for children to learn while at play. '! 0. We beliete that Jesus Christ nhed III. blood for the I
,! ward is based on service to remission of nina that are pantl and for the regeneration of
former pastor of the Seventh- .II A Legislative Act which;, boaters from out of state or I, Officer Hutcheson. Police :: the I I:. about their environment they A number of individualshave I penitent sinners and for salvation from ala and from nlBJilnjr.:
I ; musicianship
Day Adventist Church of O- 'I brings all boats in Florida under -I from another county. The, found the car parsed between : suffered serious poison- (Horn. .1:2X1 1 Jno. 3<:3-10; Eph. 2il-10.) I
keechobee officiating, assist- i the provisions of the I'I'i I new law provides that accidents -. two vacant houses in Knight's.i citizenship. I some plants the child ing after eating frankfurters 7. We believe teach and firmly maintain the fccriptarril"*
I i The son of Mr. and Mrs. doctrine of Jnntlflcatioa by faith alone Horn. 5il.)
ed by Pastor Donald Wilkinson 'state motor boat law spells'. involving damage to Quarters and identified Roz- i i i I may taste are as deadly as a roasted on oleander stems. In- S. We beliete that Jesus Christ shed Ills blood for the complete -
of the Okeechobee Sev- I I lout safety equipmert and : another vessel or dock in excess i nowski when they recognized Edgar C. Dukes, J. C. has \ rattlesnake's fangs. haling smoke from oleander I I eleannlnic of the justified believer from all IndttrlllncIn "
I been a band member for four of Gloriosa is .another to get j and from its pollution. subsequent to redrenernllou. (1 John
snack stems
has been i A light
enforcement way
enth-Day Adventist Church, ', tightens i of $25. capsizings. sinking i| his vehicle. He had served I I:r-D.)
and is '
years now serving as ] tubers has sick.Children .
and Rev. Ragsdale of the First signed by Gov. Farris Bryant. or personal injury must : time five years ago also oni [climbing lily deathly I 9. We beliete that entire sanctification U an Inntantaneoai.
Methodist Church of Okee- The new boating safety law. i 'be reported within 36 hours i stolen car charges. captain. He has played first 'caused death in four hours. playing with poke- ,' I definite, IIP..ond'orli: of fir a re", obtainable by faith on the part
I I chair alto saxophone for two i ii of the fully Justified belleter. (John Aet. 2fljl .
I with its weed its purple berries to 15-21 )
One tiny use
sponsored by the :Florida I rosary pea
chobee. : but permits reports to be I i 10. We believe that the Pentecostal naptKm, of the ItalyGhost
Burial was In the Evergreen Boating Council and the LegIslative :'i made to a Conservation or. Mrs. Emanuel 81 I years. : seal let packet and jet black i make "play ink" or as "war i. I end fire U obtainable b) a definite act of appropriating
| Council, becomes effective : Wildlife Officer. As part of his award, his tip is a lethal dose. Lucky for ; paint." They are safe until ftiHh on the part of the fully cleansed" belietrr." and the Initial
Cemetery, at Okeechobee with'I July 1. i a Services Held : name will be engraved on the : children that the seed-coat of I one youngster suggests sampling 1- etldenw of the reception of this experience U speaking" \\thother
Yates Funeral Home in i iI I The new measure also requires Ionium as the Spirit Kit en utterance. I.k.: 13rtn.
Rotary plaque which hangs in
Under the new law the Last I, ;, this crabeye pea is hard and the harries. Cases of jimson 1:5:>>; 2:1-1 j *:17: 10M-lti! IIh6.)
charge. that who Saturday
&U | any person the band hall. impervious to moisture. Un- deed poisoning have been 11. We beliete In dltlne beating* In the atonement (Ina. I
apply to : i I
safety causes damage to an unat- I 53:4. .1 Matt. SitU 17 Mark 10(14-18
I I The presentation was made swal- after | ; Jan. Rill-lO; lit. ISiSfJ.)
I i cracked the seed can be reported in Florida :
vessels operating upon the 1 I:. We brU.nto the
tended vessel make every Mrs. Margaret Strauss E- Imminent perwonal premlllennlalsecond
Sales Tax Take inland : by Col. J. A. Griffin, president lowed without danger. But I children ate its fruit or suck- coming of our Lord JrhUi ('hri.t. 11 Then 4fl5lStTitus :
navigable waterways or
: reasonable effort to locate the manuel. 81. of Starke, died in '
i of the club. seed thoroughly chewed ed on the flowers. 2:13: ; 11 Peter 3:141laH.. 2li20-44). and we lote and
j i one :
Up In CountySales lakes ponds streams or any I 1 owner of the damage! vessel a local convalescent home last i j Wednesday's speaker was I wait for HI appearing (11 Tim. 4tR' ) J
death. known the ligus- ,
I I brings sure So far as .
other waters in Florida. Under and advise him of the acci- Friday morning after an illness : ;!, i Sunday School 10
: Frank Hancock mayor of Pa- Last spring lantana was trum has a good record in : I a. m.-Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

tax collections for i I equipment the former and law.lighting the safety requirements I dent.One I of several months. She I i latka and a past District blamed for the death of one i I Florida but in Europe a number -; I Evangelistic Service, 7:30 P. M.
of the most significant native of Fort Wayne.
was a 1
Brad- I Governor of Rotary. He spoke
of in
the month March
| child the illness of two others of children have died
I applied only to ; provisions of the new law i Ind., and had lived in Starke .1 Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 P. M.
on Rotary's "perspective" and
ford County showed a slight longer. I : ;!. and a skin injury to a fourth. from eating the fruit of this I
motorboats 16 feet
i or according to Conservation Director for the past seven years, com was introduced by Gilbert Pentecostal Holiness Church
I' |
gain over the same period last under 16 feet in The death was attributed to glossy privet. The hydrangea
year. Total collected in March.i and boats propelled by Randolph Hedges, ; ing here from Orlando. She i| Goldwire. who had charge of eating lantana berries. I has at least one mark against Ii 324 W. Brownlee Starke Fla.
length ,
: chairman of the Florida Boating was a member of the Presbyterian -i the
1963 was $14,889.50, as compared program. I Botanist Erdman West with its name as a poisonous plant.
than machinerywere
means other Council adopts the uni- : Church and the Order It that the. I 11 Pastor-DAVID T. McGIIEEMen's
with $14,262.46 in March I excluded from the state ,II I was 1 the Florida Agricultual Ex Most ornamentals are harmless I.
of Eastern Star in Tampa.
form safety and navigation annual Ladies Night will beheld i
periment enjoy .
believes but to be safe
1962. Stations ,
subject to fed- I I --------- ----:.
law. although Surviving are one son. Bernard -
system of the National Motor- : I at the Starke Country -
Gasoline tax collections eral requirements. !'I boat Council. It also sets up : Emanuel of Starke; a I II I Club on Friday, June 14.MAYOR'S .I
showed a marked gain with'$54.796.5G I Formerly. Florida law mere machinery under which local'i daughter, Mrs. Helen Gerren, I I Ivy League

reported for March ,I ly adopted the rules and regulations -I i i governments and private i Chattanooga., Tenn.; and a COURT S\iIMroSUITS\,
1963. as compared with $38.- of the U.s. CoastGuard I groups may mark boating I brother Edward Strauss of I $
473.40 in March 1962. Sales in relating to boating i Tampa. SPORT SHIRTS
March 1963 totaled 782,808 ] channels not marked by the The heaviest session in recent '. .
safety equipment and run ; Coast Guard. Markers will be Funeral services were held ,' months saw Mayor Ran- Ino

gallons. I ning lights. Under the new I uniform and easily recognizable -.' at 2 p.m. Saturday at the dal Chitty face 27 cases in Short Sleeve Long Tails. Sfort $200'J"
Friendly ;
Coast Guard in four :
I Cemetery
i state law. I I by all boaters. Hope Starke Mayor's Court Monday _
requirements were spelled out Theressa with Rev. John night. :
"The Legislature is to be :
t .. and in addition all boats are I commended upon enactmentof Brabham officiating. Burial There were three cases each Button Down Collars New Styles ,'t3, ( r.,'( rand

S. S sid t .,.., m. ftmI required to carry an oar or this new boating safety. was in Hope Cemetery under of soliciting without a city Fabrics \..
paddle anchor and a rope of I I direction of DeWitt C. Jones t:
boating bill. said Hodges. "It I i permit and of reckless driv- .. I" -
appropriate I will add much to the pleas- ing by dragging. There wera ;

The running lights requiredfor I'. ure of recreational boating by I I two cases each of leaving the Reg. ';...J' .

operation of boats between I! assuring greater safety for all I Green Passes scene of an accident, failureto 2.98 :; -
sundown and sunrise also are I f persons using our waterways." have a vehicle under con-
spelled out in the new state Bar ExamsRobert trol and accident J
I \)1 / I causing an ,

) law. TaxIs Alexis Green Jr. of !: disorderly conduct by fighting, For

.4 Powerful The Florida Motorboat Cigarette starke was among 143 candi-J!I and contempt of court. ( JW$

I new that insecticide Law. as enacted in 1959. did Distributed dates who passed the examin- j Single cases included improper 2A

not specify responsibility for I ation to the Florida bar in ,I II turn and causing an flA ri Girls
enforcement. Primary respon- I in I II
Kilt ImmuneI Starke received 3761.15
accident disorderly

BugiV sibility for enforcement fell under to I,I I cigarette tax money for the .I Miami will be sworn last March.in simultaneously The groupI I attempting bodily harm IPMUU (rr'/41l1rc'/ WHITE DRESS SHOES

j Yet lasts !longer the various sheriffs 'month of March. in three ceremonies at Tal- with a knife disturbing the

/ and is com. their: general police pow I Amounts paid to other municipalities lahassee, Lakeland and Miami peace. unlawful speed run- \L'I1J' PR.

I ', pletely safe. ers. The new law places I i in the area were. 1 1i I at 11 a.m., June 7. ning a traffic light disorderly $200

4' BUY IT! enforcement responsibility not 1!I Brooker. $159.51; Hampton.; Mr. Green graduated from I Ii conduct, allowing an un- ;, Men's
I TRY IT! only in the various sheriffs. $141.45; Keystone Heights,I i the Law School at the University authorized person to drive :

but in the Florida Conservation $757.47: Lake Butler. $$913.11; !I' of Florida and is now resisting arrest and driving DRESS TROUSERSby

Patrol the wildlife officers !- Lawtey $321.60; Penney associated with the law officeof without a license.

'4 of the State Game and i I Farms, $43.31; Waldo, $230.51.HOMECOMING .: Green & Green in Starke. i i SANDALS

Fresh Water Fish Commission He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. HOMECOMING ;, by Hub:: et\ M
and any other authorizedlaw AT RAIFORD BAPTIST | :
Lex Green. to /!
enforcement officers. AT EVERGREES'I I The First Baptist Church of = \ \ -Y//I/\ $200 Pro
I II The new law also simplifies Homecoming services will'I Raiford will observe Home- ': !'l Plainor _\

I the procedure for reporting : be held at Evergreen Missionary -' THE RIGHT POINT for the coming on Sunday, June 9. All .. ,:
Monuficfured S, boating accidents. Under for- Baptist Church on'Sun- nay yon' write. Come in and friends, former members and' : Pleated 1
AND CHEMICAL CO. mer law boating accidents day June 2. Everyone is invited select you favorite ESTER- pastors are invited to attend. Front NOW .

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SIX. ... ERADFOED, CO1Th1 T141JJ, S JP;, IfWBIJ\ THURSDAY,_ MAT\ 29. 1963

Forsyth j Recent Births
All creditors of the estate of ,, '
I L. G. Hemingway deceased, are Stager L firwfUx: : MarkUe
Fishing Contest hereby notified and required to Bradford > R.rsatatLeowL
County Hospital
I SPORTS I file any claims or demands'' .. :'t SERVING 8TARKE
j i. I r Vasco Forsythe. with a 12 which they may have against.,, announces the. following 1 1 .'" 1 $ltlf'l..t.,SenIreVar -
/ : '. said estate in the office of the I i i births: '. m Cleaner <-- Floor
lb., 12 oz. entry is still leading : county judge of Bradford County :', PeUalin.Fl'f'e. *
''the North Florida ''. Florida in the courthouse at Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mund- H..e- Dc..tratl..
1, 'I Starke, Florida, within six calendar orff, Starke, 'a Daughter. 'Lu. Can KH :-1S. Calau.1Ue
\ Contest in the black bass di- I' months from the date of' JODAV L.. flWOWNIM.fa
\ ( ottt.MIj4 vision. Louis Smith is in second 'I the first; publication of this no- 'i I ana Layne, May 25, 1.- A.W.. 34th Street
I tice. Each claim or demand must i iI I :Mr. and Mrs. Christopher
place with an 11 lb., 4 I|i : ,
In Grid I be in writing and must tate : ;
Spring Scr'mmageSeniors 1v5 !i'oz. bass. and Junior Chambers!1 1 the place or residence and post- Parker, Starke!,!, a son, Mat'27.DEPENPABLE.
office address of the Claimant :
!! is third with a 10 lb., 8 oz en- and must be sworn to by the

'i try. Red Alvarez and Ben Rowland claimant. his agent or his attorney : SERVICE
I We had a nice turn out last or it will become void
Trounce Tornadoes 24.2 I t are tied for fourth place
Thursday for the Palatka, according to law.
Akridge Service
j with 10 lb., 5 oz. entries. I May: :21th.: 1963.
Keystone Heights, and Starke
i Only two entries have been ORIK: WIGGINS ,
Invitational. There were 13 I II' Orie A. Wiggins, Administrator -
made in the perch division: of the Estate of L.
Bradiord High School'sgraduating ladies from Keystone 15 from:I' I
I G. Heminq-way. deceased
I j O'Neil Maddox 2 lb., 6 oz.; ,
senior footballers Palatka, and 10 from Stark i, THOMAS & PIERCE
and Nate Dyal 2 lb. : .
5 oz. Attorneys: at I/MV ,
delivered a lesson to the 1963 in the tournament. i ;
I't r There have been no entries :,: 203-203: : North Temple Ave. --
Tornadoes in sound fashion The new tournament chairman j Starke, Florida .r--1: .
: in the shellcracker division. I -
Friday night when I First publication. May 30.
they whip- Shirley Johns, did :aj i I I .
". The contest continues until !
ped them 24-2 in a spring grid t* s3 ;-v fine job of planning a very i i t ; -30It 6-20:
} Labor Day. ,
contest. if %
smooth-running event. Everyone I o : : PHONE
The seniors tallied twice in M' '. was started on time and i NOTICE : _,

both the second I 11.COUXTV jrucrrs COURT. I will not be responsible for
and fourth back in for lunch. congratu- : IA>D FOR BRADFORD Starke Fla. '
periods, the last minutes before ,, lations to the winners. Starke \ COUNTY, FLORIDA. i any debts made by anyone 964-268 1

:, the final whistle on a 15- was real polite in letting the I L In. re: Estate of i other than myself. James C-
G. Hemingway. deceased Cox J. I
or C. Cox. 6-30
yanj end run by halfback visitors take home the honorsat I 4tp _
Marshall: Starling who was I least, that is the way tit -
.. ,.,
perhaps the most outstanding "p ,. looked.A .
y :
player of the night on both delicious luncheon was

offense and defense for both .. served by Norma Jean Adam: ; .

teams.:, The third TD, also in and; Anna Felos, cochairmenof
the: last quarter was an 80. ,.. .. y; c" dt the social committee. They I

yard pass play from quarterback : also did the decorating of the I II .

Bill Jackson to Ken Terrell. ballroom. Assisting them in i '
20 Words
:* or less, one time __- .95 Memorials, Resolutions fel ...
the kitchen were Ann Win- MM* .v .

Starling's last minute TD 4 \ t < gate, Sara Torode and Peggy If not paid in advance -----___ 1.O
came on the play after he ,, :.- Godwin. Thanks to them for Keyed or Blind Ad __ __ 1.00 Over 50 .words ___ 84 p.r w...

scampered 73 yards into the : *4kt t.y : their time, and making everything Each) additional word over 20 ---_ 03 Display ad, Jo Clatslfied.Insurance .___ 'LH pa i.

end zone only to have the :gc, :; .. so nice.
play called back to the Var- .Q Overheard on the course I

sity 20 because of a needless f t from a golf lover who had a | FOR SALE 16-ft Correct j! TAKING RESERVATIONSfor .wAmiD

clipping penalty. : bad day, "The only thing Craft ,motor boat. 75 hp. Gre' j 1963-64 Kindergarten. Call I time sa&J'ork.-. Girls.'Sarah for'Coven1 tpara
Marine -
inboard I
Next scrimmage, between :% r-" XI ".. worse than my putting is my! lent condition. Contact motor. Excel-i J. 964-9374. MAMA PRIEST. 1, try'Jew lry. Write Opal Smith

two vart-ity squads chosen by driving and my chipping.") Gill, Rt. 1 Box 495, phone H.j__ _ _6tchg---6-27- FRiI I Bo15. Batten Fla. tfchg.i .

the coaching staff, will be tonight I 'This might well: have, been the 2531, Kingsley Lake. 3tp 6-61- I LICENSED PLUMBER in I [ -. .. ... "n ,, .
[Thursday] at 7:30: and j sentiments of the ladies last' DAY i Bradford and surrounding [: ,T. B. Hardin?
I all colors 100 .
to i counties. Kitchen cabinets ,_,__ ,
will wind up spring grid practice Thursday. {I 1 J j -- --Tl.
choose from. From lOc. M. A.i i' built to Read The Classifieds! \
-Carolyn E. Eaves your specifications. BRA l U..
Payne 204 I
i S. Glenn St. tfchg I Phone 289-4491. No collect ; I IF YOUR NAME IS i '
The seniors got down to _' !; freezer, (best or upright for
'-- 11 call.
acres with nice home Avory Slade. Maxville. I
business in the second FOUND AMONG .
period I THE. iO.0O.dowz. at Dahmers Discount
town. Price Fla. I I
iti'' $9.000-Ask
when quarterback Bill Jack- ,: Marty Starling: goes across the goal.line on a 15-yard scoring run as the graduating seniorsbeat IRONS I terms. about ____ etp-- --6-6-. .(CLASSIFIED ADS, .CALL il. H uie. Btth; 6-2o

son intercepted a Varsity pass the 196-1 Tornadoes 24-2 last Friday night in a spring practice grid scrimmage. (Photo by 5 acres, practically new Ce- I FOR SALE: One 13 % ft. ,AT THE TELEGRAPH I

on the Senior 30 yard line I Tommy Lewis, Gainesville: Daily Sun.) I' ment Block home, Crosley Automatic Refrigera.tor -- I"FOR. SALE-3 bedroom concrete -

and returned it 40 yards to i and WOODS I Ii good location. Ask for garage price Freeze, like new. One 13 ft. Deep 'OFFICE FOR A FREE t f block hones, ,F-*," t1 1 w- '*

his 30. A few plays later full- J noted that three of the starting > bruised ribs. (Final SpringScrimmage I I and terms. Refrigerator.in excellent Both refrigerators -)TICKET TO THE FLORIDA -!i t! yard w.-chai\1..l1\ fence. Distance -

bgck Rowan Thomas drew backs were injured and I Hurse said, however, that i 16 acres, nice home, short distance tion. William condi-I THEATRE.Pearl : of :school and shopping
first blood when he bulled up I did not participate.t He said]! the defensive play of next | Set to. town, immediate oc- of-the-Palms, Keystone Terry, Hghts Park-I I- area.. Call' 964-3671. 4tp 5-30

the 'middle for two yards and I that Jeff Warren and. Tommy j year's varsity was somewhat Tonight At 7:30 1 1I 1I ;!I cupancy. $8,600 with good Fla. Phone 473-4269. ltp '. Starling FOR sALZtie home
terms. ,i acre
a touchdown. All four of the I Isenior's Thomas played well for the': disappointing. He said h e I I
Large lot E. S. Sibley WANTED- Freezers upright'or t sites adjacent to Southsidoj
1963 team. with 3 bedroom _
extra efforts Halfback Larry thought the margin should nothave I
point I Spring football practice will!! home, garage, all in good con- FOR RENT--Nicely-- ---furnisher-- chest type. PaY' cash or i j E1em *tarJ. Hith and Dry.
fail d.111e. I Crawford who the seniors been as great as the 24- .
wind up for this year tonight' I dition. Only $3900( cash. 2 bedroom house. 612 Lake take in on trade on refrigerator -, $2,500. ,an acre ,Contact. Billy
second TD came minutes' t said gave the best performance I 2 score indicated. I [Thursday] with a scrimmage STROUT REALTY U.S. 301 Street. Also !!i T.V. Stero player or: Jackson, -Starke'. tfchf.

before the half when the I' .for the varsity, was also Jimmy Smith Billy Dowling, I under game conditions between f j \\\\\\..' ., South. Starke. Fla. Ph: 468- 1 bedroom cottage nicely at furnished 614 Lake i'washing machine Dahmer'fij;!I SALS'. _H _

Seniors took over on their 25 a standout until he was forced I Gary Kouba, Richard Miller, the 1964 starting line-!1 ii: 1766 Waldo. Fla. 2tchg 6-6 Street. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, 633 -Discount- _House.- 4tch'g ,6-13 [i hotise FOR ; 7, 't om, 2 bath,

and Starling promptly scoot, to leave the game in the I,and Starling were standoutsfor up and a team composed of i INSURANCEAT McMahon Street. Phone 964- ':I NEW AND USED-Chaln aw]'|f'J.ner r Iqt.; htIliy newly:roi,'4<, : c
ed 45 yards to put them In'' second quarter with painfully the seniors. graduating seniors and other ) .,'. REDUCED RATES 5744. ': $50.00 up. Repairs ;>U .makes. side 210: E. Adkln: ,St., key
I I ',
range. With first and lOon .tI. .. AUTO Lawn mowers sales and rer- '
Tornado players. | I FIRE BOAT FOR SALE: The most beautiful 1 riexldor.. : tfchg
I .
the. Varsity 25 a Jackson' aerial DOYLE E. CONNER vice. Your McCulIoch Dealer ; '' t t .
I Coach David Hurse's start- :i By HOMER WOOD pine-covered building lot Florida : ; .1.
1 INSURANCE : Saw Co. 49th. Drl'wN.
hit enj Billy Dowling on ing 11 will be Harold Bishop, 1I Phone 964-4501 AGENCY in Starke. Approx. 2 acres; East Gainesville,..JFla':: 6- :, Eo'IAth, : 'PLUMBING

the two yard marker. Jack. Recreation News I center; Jeff Warren and Joe ,: I was taught how to play'I L_ tfchg 140 ft. on Road 230 [New !: 3411. ,tfeijg} ,,1 I COitPANT'Commercial; :'' arid
son sneaked over the next Blanding Road] : : Resfdentttl} flepftiri PhoneWldO'463d1201.'flt
661 ft. -
I ; Gardner, guards; Mike Maruca -i 1 golf because I had little'' '
a FOR RENT- Small two bed- to Bessent LOST Black Wallet-1! ( 1 Box
plato; score' and a 12-0 half- and James Tally, tackles: Road. See W. H ,
time margin. ; natural ability. Everbody, in- !i room concrete block house. Graham, Alvarez Store. day, May 24. Returnto R"*O. 57-B,.Starke t ,rtta, Stp $-SO
Items Found Pest Control Edges Jim Dowling and: Joe Brown, i eluding has to Lake -
I you, have a ;, and Pratt StreetsOneblock 3tchg 6-13 Box 509 Starke. KEEP $13 I' '
Varsity's only points came ends; Phil Elder. uarterl I l little natural ability to be an : from school $50.00 per j and returnwallet.. 'Itchg FOR'' ;R E2bthoni' ; ;n.
in the third! period, when they At Playground Coca-Cola 9-3 I FOR SALE 100 ft. lots facing' '
back; George Seeley and Lar- J average player. In addition, 'i iI month in advance. Hollis V. I MoV.N:1 furrjishfd. houfc: Apijly 307
caught Starling in the end 'I Hiway 16, 4ls miles from VACATION, IN 'THE ')I WI.: .
ry Noegel, halfbacks, and [ Knight. .Cherry St. or Phone '64.I ,
In Little i you've got to know about the: tfchg.
items have League Starke. J. B. White phone 964- TAINS?,. :i I : '
zone for a safety. Then it was The following Mickey Agner, fullback. I 25..1.. tech
game. 1651. 4tp 6-20 New cottage in BIu 'Ridga n i r, w .' ...
the seniors, all the waay in the been found at the Pratt Street :'1 Game time is 7:30 'I' \ 1 -
i I On May '23, .Florida Pest : tonight I went at my preparation Mountains, 10 mi.'from Ridge-:' FOR SALE-Reasonable priced -
Problems FOR SALE
fourth quarter when they ? 1954 Pontiac. :
Playground: one pair of ladies Contfo'l l came up with six run >, and no admission will be for teaching very thoroughly, Private ;' crest, on paved hiway. sleeps]|i "usedr Televisions." 'Refri-

scored twice on Jackson's pass sunglasses, one pair of men'sf\ in the sixth inning to beat charged. Bradford High cheer- I and studied before I started I!: Call The :Man From 2381. owner, hone 964-" 5 comfortably. Completely furnished 1 erators. Wi herl. Excellent

to Terrell and Starling's determined -I and, Coca-Cola 9-3 in a Little League j leaders will also yell at the to, what I call, give lessons.I "TRAVELERS"George ltp > with utilities: $40" per ; Condition.' Bullington. Appliances. -

running. sunglasses, one key ring. game which was very ; game. I wanted to establish a meth- E. LaRue, FREERENT To lady or : week. Some June, Aug., Sept .. ._. I tfchg. .
Coach David Hurse said the The owners may claim these I to'( Keystone Heights Agt. For small family for companion- j weeks availa le. Write P. O.
John od. When
close up"until that point. a
offensive line blocking by the items by identifying them at B & G Is First person comes i "Travelers Ins. Companies" ship. Private rooms. See Stella i i Drawer A, Starke, Fla. :. :FOR S.ALE. -w" '.and, used
varsity was heartening and the Starke Recreation Dept. Warren was the winning pitcher j the lesson tee, there are sev- I j Tel. 473-4692 Rhoden, 4'2 miles out Raiford ': Stchg 6-13. freezers; ;See' me' first foe a

going all the way and al-1!In Wednesday eral factors that I have to 473-4S25 Day, Rd. Ph. 964-3031. 2tchg 5-30 ;; g od'deal. ''Dal. .ner's' Discount

lowing three hits and striking j take into consideration. These Nites. !Electra-Tronics I Inc ';< House. ; 4tchy 6-13
:Auto Fire FOR SALE House and a- ,
I out nine. Kenny Hall pitched 'I]Mixed BowHng include the person's physical Home Business : .,..
ANNOUNCING THE OPENINGOF i :i Monthly Payment bout 4 acres of land. Road :Industrial Division, :Sales, Servo -
I the entire game for Coca-I I i ability, whether or not the ; Available Plan 229-A. W. C. Clemons. '' ice, Repairs on Jlofors Gen-4 I ID{ 'RENT Furnished}
Cola. In the depart- B & G Truck Stop moved to has athletic i;I 5tp530'I
AN I hitting I person any ability -; i era tors, Switching: ar.d 'Con1itrols house'on Kingsley Lake Ph.

i: ment Joey Dampier and Dan- fiist place in Wednesday night I I, strength, age,. size, which II!I L, tfchg. VACATION COTTAGE LAKE | Welders and Tools, Power: Lawtey 782-3061. 4tchg 6-13

,, ny Griffis each had two hits ; Mixed League bowling by taking are very important, and his I, GENEVADay or Week. Cal ;i Conversion, Transformers. '

AIR STATION in thre$ trips for Pest Con- four points from Starke coordination. These points I) AVON CALLING VACATION R. P. Bryan, Starke 964-76011'I Service and Repairs to AOi ,,1]t -

trol while Frankie Tomlinson Police Dept. Bob Drake rolled I. must be appraised. There is I I! MONEY? Serve your or Keystone 473-4983.--.-Itchg*- ,i f Heavy Industrial. Electrical::;] Johnson & ,Evinrude

had two hits in three times to ,, a 559 series to lead B & G'i no deep physiological study j j neighbors during convenient FOR RENT- House trailer. !i Equipment i!

& DIVE SHOP : the plate. !j' while I Rudolph: Hutcheson I involved.i I just ask the mana I I I hours.sentative.Become Write an Avon Repre- Can be moved on your own 1939 N. E. 27th A>e. GVill Pt I Motors with Boats

; In Little League action Friday -! bowled a 500 for the pollee.I i couple of questions and you; P.O. Box Ouida Sweat lot. J. B. White, phone 964- PHONE S72-1280
540 Live Oak. ,
i Johns Oil Co. squeezed by j Winkler Electric took four I]I; can find out. I ltchg 1651. Up tfchg. Trailers
ATStrickland's Starke Builders Supply 2-0 as ,; points from Noegel's 301 Restaurant -I Now after I have analyzedthe I FOR RENT Nicely. furnished I I FOR RENT --Desirable 3 I and

i, Bill Adams hurled the first i, with Johnny Wells I j person, then I set my two bedroom house. Good room and bath apartments.Also WE DON'T READY
964-1 I COMPLETE ,
Landing 'j : complete no-hit game in i, bowling a 478 series for the !i pattern. What and how I am i 5744.cation. Call Mrs. Renner 2 bedroom house for sale. Sell you we help yon buy -

Starke Little League history. ] winners. Eloise Goodman iol-:| going to show him,.and what tfchg Easy monthly payments. W. Good selection of new ano FOR TIlE WATER

There has been one other no- j led a 433 series for Noegel's. j he ought to know and do. FOR SALE- at half factory H. Nollman. tfchg. used 8' and 10' wide Mobile

KINGSLEY LAKE hitter, but two pitchers hurl- Starke Coca-Cola and Draw i Most professionals get a person prices? 5,000 feet rubber tile, Homes. Big Savings.

60 Second Air Fills ed in that one. Adams allowed Tite split two points each, j jith on the lesson tee and try j'! 3-8 and 1-4 in. thick. Soft to I BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia I L'\GENEVA
For All Tanks
before .
; no-hits and struck out eight I Army Armstrong bowlin i to show him how to play golf J J I I walk on. Excellent for TV WORLD BOOK. Call you or writeM. see TRAILER PARK Guaranteed

38 Cu. Ft. 75c ., men while Mike Hewett went', a 526' for Coke, while Boo | like the professional does.:\i i rooms after or any indoor use. Call A. PAYNE. your local representative 1 mi. SE of Keystone Ht
all the way for Builders Sup-v Firth paced, the losers with a This is making a big mistake. Co. p.m.-M. R. Judd Tile since 1956 Box 603 i on Route 100 1 1 6' Boat, Motor, Tr.-$579

two hits. I My method is to show them 127 Lafayette St., Phone phone '
ply, allowing only I 964-3794. tfchg' tfchf
964-5951. 15' Boat Motor
71.2Cu.Ft.$1OO I 472.Gardner's 4tchg 5-30 Tr.-$56
There were only two hits inj i Gulf lost 2\* how to play based on the in- FOR SALE OR

Everything For The Diver; At the entire game with Adams points to Town Finance with i dividual's capabilities. I I FOR RENT OR SALE Small land 1 mile from LEASE-2 Starke acre city FOR SALE 1 6'.Fibrgl. Boat Tr.-$695

v t collectIng. double and Jay 1 Larry Noegel rolling a 534 series !J I would like to welcome Carl' 2 bedroom unfurnished house. limits off Rd. 16 with new 80 Ready mix concrete) concrete! i ii, FishIng Boat With

REASONABLE PRICES Roy Chasteen getting third for the winners. Frank Minx and John Torode to ihi I Phone 964-5685 or see Robert ft. well, septic tank, light pole i I block, house piers sand, ie-;I .

; inning single Jarvis was high series for I golf course, and would like Johns. 2tp 6-6 with meter. Price $1,200. Ph Kent, mortar mix, rock steel.;I Ieyiter > >. Bait. 'Vell-$149

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK I Last Friday Lawtey defeated Gardner's with a 537. for some of you members to NEWLY DECORATED furn 964-2381. Up shell, limerocJc, roof ) 10' :Alum.! Boat ,$89.50

Raiford 11-1. John Bowers Standings W L contact of the ished gravel, Hnteli. BRADFORD i
Telephone 533-2321-Kingsley Lake"ALMOST" I i one newcomersand apartments. One and I YOUR OLD WATCH will "
i gave up 4 hits, while Lawtey I II B&G ...... . 36 24 play with them. 1 two bedrooms. Reasonable.I I make the down payment on a ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521,1' ,i IS Sail : Canoe wail -

:| allowed Raiford: only 3. Bowers Police Dept. . 35.5 24.5 Entries are now being accepted Lights and water furnished. !I I beautiful new Bulova at! Starke. tfchg! } f ,1 $295

I was the losing pitcher. Noegel 301 . 34.5 25.5 at the pro shop for,. Contact 431 Center St. or Dahmess Discount House. p '

THE PERFECT Mike Cummings came up witha I I t Draw-Tite .- 30.5 29.5 the Club Champ tournament. phoNe 964-7191 or 964-6551. tfch : HASTINGS MATTRESS t ? JU8ED MOTORS-

,HOST I 2 base hit for.Rail ord. Town Finance.. 28.5 31.3 Entries will be open until tfchg I FOR SALE-8 room house 4 & UPHOLSTERY WPJtKlt I '*W1TH, GUARANTEE

Standings W L Gardner's Gulf, .26 34 June 9. then you will play I COINS BOUGHT bedrooms, 3 baths, wash house, I 710 Lemon St. 1960 I

Florida, Pest Con.8 2 Winkler's Electric 25 35 your match at two week in EXCHANGED double carport. 212 Redgrave 1 I. Furniture Repaired,' I. Wizard. 12, IIP-$139.

Coca-Cola . .'. 23 37 tervals.] I Pay current St. Phone 964-2201. tfchg,!I Upholstered & RefinisheJ 1957 'Buccaneer, '25 HP
Lawtey . . 8 2 market value' : .
Coca-CoU . .""-. 4 6 I I I will see you on the tee. for old coins: Indian Head FOR RENT 2 bedroom, nice-, MATTRESSES REBCIL1 'f;.Electric'! $169.

. -Homer. Pennies Gold Coins Com- ly furnished house. with car-I I New Innec8pringland 1956 ETinrude
Johns Oil --4 6 memoratives. :Medals 30 HP
f/ : Two Teams Tied Tokens, port and large utility room.- Box Spriofg ',
Builders. '1 Foreign Coins. :.
; High-Lows Win For adults, or with an infant! 'Eledric-$159
In Summer I Drop Us A Card
Raiford . . 0 0 BowlingTough Denver R. Devrick child. No pets. Inquire at 733 81' CaB
( Early Bird Bowling D & W Auto Supply N. Thompson St. tfchgPEYTON PALATKA' EA S-SUf 1958. Johnson 35 HP

: ScheduleThursday competition marks 1 416 E Brownlee St. 1 STARKE J64-5IS4 ,' Electric-$235.
League Competition
May 30- Johns o the Men's Summer League as j I I tfchg. FLORIST MBS. PEGGY SHALLEB, ; j

Oil vs. Lawtey at Starke. :I two teams are tied for first|I j: WHY PAY RENT? Own 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. Starke Agent 1961 Evin. Lark, 40 liP
The Early Bird .BowlingLeague yourI :
Friday. May 31Coca Cola ;I place in the first night of': own Mobile Home. PHONE 964-4155 Elec.; :wgetieator$395BANK
As low
which bowled on Wednesdays I as I I
tI' I vs. Raiford: .at Starke. bowling. J I finished 21 weeks of "j $395.00 down. Use your car NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 FOR SALE -2 br. concrete !t- FINANCING

Monday.' June 3 Starke Starke Motor Parts tookthree competition on' May 22. boat or furniture for down I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS block home in walking dis-| -

,' Builders Supply vs. Lawtey. at L i points from Gem Jewelj j I *payment TRAILER MART,, tance of shopping area and c-)
t The team trophies were won I We Wire Hovers Anj where :
starke. I ry, with Bill Lovell rolling a': I j INC.. U. S. Hiway 17. Box 468, churches. Furnished 0r un- HARTMANN'S
Tuesday June 4Florida : 552 series for the winners.I! by the High-Lows. while high East Palatka, EA 8-1050. tfchg tfch furnished. Quiet, large lot. II ||
: average score went to Freda < I .
Pest Control vs. Johns Oil. 1 Rudolph Hutcheson paced the i !; WANTED-Free open listings EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg'
I Hardenbrook. High series with L i 838 N Ave.
Thursday, June 6coca- losers with a 504 series. I with good terms. All types. Apply in person at Garden HAVE SEVERAL 1962 Motorola |( Temple
'Cola vs. Lawtey, at Lawtey. handicap was won by Marjorie \i STROUT REALTY. P. O. Box: Restaurant. stero consoles with savings ji jias _
Tying Starke Motor Parts
tfchgI .
except for one most important factor. i Wade, and high game with :
Raiford vs..Johns Oil. at Rai ,, 307 Starke Fla. Phone 468- high as 50 per cent Dah
for first place is Pyrofax Gas,
ROACHES, the household! pest "most i handicap went to Elveira De- I j j 1766.. Waldo. Ha. tfchg ADMIRAL COLOR TV now ] mer's Discount House. H. M. Hatcher
ford. Starke Builders Supply r I
who took three points from
t oked cbout.1'Perhoos i ; Voe. $450 with trade at Dahmers ;
2tchg 5-30
vs. Florida Pest Control. Russ's Place with Bones Ma. I FOR RENT- Large Kingsley : I
j awarded : Discount House.
she should have called! for a i Friday, June 'lCocaCola'I I honey rolling a 548 series for I j Trophies were at a luncheon byArose ,Lake house. Completely fur- tfchgFOR LOST Small brown; dog. I SINGER SEWING MACHINE
i Cummings
free Johns OiLTHE 1 ;'i nished. Private dock. Bv week: RENT 3 bedroom 2 : Answers to "Prissy" chi: SPECIAL SALE
estimate. .it wouldn't have hap- I the winners. B. Green was; j :
held in 301 Restau-i!
'i Noegel's or month. Phone 533-2732. bath unfurnished house. 5311 huahua. Call 969-2144. itch,; I' Used machines take in trad?.
pened.AWid&. high for the losers with I1 '
-I 523 series. rant. 3tp 6-7, N. Walnut St. Available June$ FOR RENT Large furnished:; Portables Consoles, Threader

RIGHT POINT for the j\ i. $275 King Trumpet For Sale 15. Phone 533-2122. apartment. 331 Clark St Mrs.: type.

OMibtJl way you write. Come In and I I Standings W L j Recent Birth !;; at $100. at Dahmer's Discount 2tchg 6-6: D. L. Silcox. ; All thoroughly reconditioned
pea select' your farorite ESTER j .Starke Motor Pts, .3 1 1; House. Itchg :by. Singer Experts.

BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. !i Pyrofax . ... .- 3 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips FOR SALE 1957 hardtop' :! FOR RENT Furnished large 1 I Excellent values $9.95 up

\ (.Cllf///AUO./ j Gem Jewelry .-. 1 3 Sr. of Lawtey announce the I I I TAKE' UP PAYMENTS on 10 I Ford V-8. New upholstery. A. one bedroom air conditioned i .,.,.Call,934-6863 or
I ft. Admiral refrigerator. Dabmer's R. Gaskins, Rt. 1 Box 104-A., ,
apartment. Renner Apart .
birth of-a Dennis Sf riips 964-2651
James -
'Russ's .. ....-.1-3 son .
a Discount House. Itchg: j Lawtey phone 782-3024. ltp ments. Phone 9645744. tfcbj i
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;i. ..{ STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963' "

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-_. 17"1 --_11V--,. -_- 1 '.110\1 "F f-I food plan.:: Drink four or more salad bowls. They are apply

i27E _., .. .. .. Farmer's s glasses of milk each day. ing three coats of a non-toxic
h. 'a DiaryBy Cheese, ice cream, or any sealer and sanding between
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;;: ,_ i Home other form of milk counts. Eat i the coats. These bowls are
,,, '' .,;!
"' 1\ .
."'\ ;," ,. Sam McGarvey I two or more portions of meat I quite expensive when purchased -
.. : ; ; w. fish, poultry, eggs, or other i In the finished state. Everyone
Demonstration F .
who has tugged for hours try- protein-rich foods. Include is amazed at the beau-

Let This/ Be An ExceptionSeveral ing to start 'a, lawn mower it rtk four or more fruits or vege- ty of the grain of the woodas
i I tables. Be to include at
I is an over-simplification[ to NotesBy the work progresses.
II use nice words. i least one deep green or yellow Care of wooden articles is
had divided alle- I I vegetable, and a citrus
persons There is no denying the importanceof I i very simple. Wipe clean after
giance and mixed emotions at the leg- the Fair to the county, and it is! This man's rule is that if i i Dorothy Ross : fruit. Then complete the pic- use and don't put in water.

islative hearing last Saturday morn- likewise obvious that additional exhibit I you try to start it a couple I Home Demonstration Agent ture with four or more serv- Learning to weave the seats

ing, when the Bradford County Fair space is necessary if the Fair is to,II of times and it doesn't kick' ings of cereal or bread. in foot stools and to finish

Association sought a portion of race continue to grow. I I Several good showers during I I' right over, then quit pullingthe I "something Many teenagers different"prefer for \ the wood frames are Lawtey

track funds now alotted to the Brad- Being vitally interested in both the the week relieved the rope and; find out what I Canning For Your Family 267. Starke. breakfast sometimes, insteadof I and Starke homemakers: Mrs

ford County Development Authority. Authority and the Fair Association we I[ drought condition which had but the trouble the trouble it. It is sounds that good, Visiting in homes this week,I Teen Tips on Nutrition the same old things. Three J. C. Tye :Mrs. Eugene Pearson -

Indeed, several members were directorsof can find no fault with the transfer of'i about burned things up. The very I found many homemakers Tuberculosis is decreasing in points to judge a good break Miss Enza Blanchard,
both groups. funds in this instance, believing it to{i rain helped tobacco and corn often the engine will start, busily canning fresh vegetables adults but not in teen-age fast by are: It furnishes pro- Mrs. L V. Hardin Mrs. A L.
splutter and quit, and that Crosby Jr., Mrs. Maxie Carter
There was little doubt as to what be for a worthwhile purpose. At the, did wonders for pastures and from the garden. girls. TB Is actually increas- tein, yitamins and minerals;
the majority'of those attending the same time, we hope the transfer will;I came just on time for the again.leads you on to try again and Here, are nine steps to suc- ing in teen-age girls. Still it provides energy and it tastes Sr., and Mrs. Eula Conner

meeting wanted. As a matter of fact, not set a precedent whereby every new home vegetable gardens. cessful canning that you will births and other difficultiesin I good. So whether the teen- ,r Early The stools American are of and two tradiI styles!-

when a show of hands was asked for, project, casting about for financing, All this will soon be a thingof want to follow: [1] Can only this category are more pre- agers prefers hamburgers, or I tional.

around 90' per cent of those present will try to dip into the monies alotted Dick and Edith Ferguson ,I the! past, though, for com- fresh food in top quality. [2] valent among younger mothers a cheese sandwich with tomato {i: Heap Good Time!
have a wonderful kitchen Have equipment in good work- than older mothers. slices for breakfast, don'tlet
indicated they were in favor of trans- to the Development Authority.The ing up now are lightweight, I REMINDING all 4-H Girls
garden this year, which included learn that breakfast be skipped.
ing order and know how to Teenagers should
ferring $5,000 a year for the next work of the Authority is fart other rechargeable batteries [made, planning to go to camp to get
among spring their health now and lateron Home Accessories
biennium from the Authority to the too important to be sacrificed for any vegetables cauliflower, Swiss at the new GE plant near Al- use it. [131 Have food, jars and members and friends their release forms in to the
everything used in canning often hinges on nutrition. I Club !
Association.As purpose. Although it has not yet been chard and a round pole bean. achua] and the lawnmower of thoroughly clean. [4] Work It isn't how much or how little ,I have been learning to "finish" Home Demonstration Office

an added argument in favor of successful in bringing a new industry( Trlngs right out of the garden the future [and outboard mo- quickly so as to can "fresh- you eat. but the kind of wood and weave seats in foot THIS WEEK. This tells us

the Fair Association, it was pointedout into the county, there is no way of| taste wonderful, especially the tor will be sure starting and This avoids deterioration. food consumed that results in stools. who is going and that you
that there was a possibility of ob- knowing when the crucial moment to delicately flavored things like QUIET!!!. [5] Follow up-to-date- your being properly fed. State Farm homemakersMrs. want more information about

taining matching funds from the state negotiate with a prospect might arrive cauliflower.. directions backed by research. Balanced meals should con- M. B. Godwin. Mrs. O. camp.
for the construction of an additionalfair and the Authority must be ready, All of which reminds us of tain the four basic foods: R. Jordan, Mrs. ElRoy Chambers Heap Good Time is the
[61 Make sure jars are sealed
building-and funds and have financial to We know a farm woman the man who tried and tried Mrs. H. B. Mitchell, Mrs. theme of our Indian Camp at
matching are backing, swing airtight to keep out spoilage milk, meat, bread or cereal,
who is the richest person in and tried to start his gasoline James Cherry Lake near Madison.Our .
always hard to resist. into action at a moment's notice. vegetables and fruits. li E. Dugger, and Mrs.
the world. Believe it or not' powered lawnmower, while his organisms. [1] Use boiling meals on this daily Edwards are finishing wooden camp date is June 1721.
she has 60 pints of Mayhaw dog looked on sympathetically. water bath for fruits. toma-

I A Move Toward Smoking ControlSenator jelly, that best of all jellies.I Finally, in a burst of rage, he toes pickles and sweets: I
She lives near Fort White in lashed out and kicked the steam pressure canner for s.ORID q

I I Columbia County and apparently fool thing. Not to be outdone, other vegetables and meats. 4to I THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Neuberger of Oregon is be- nance of smoking educationand I I the Mayhaw grows well
programs his pal the dog jumped [8] Process hot enough and
ginning to do personally in the field research. over there. A min ESTABLISHED 1879
I I ran over and bit the lawn- long enough to kill bacteria
of cigarette smoking, what public Other forces are likewise swinginginto mower. and other organisms so they O\ oy E. L. MATTHEWS

health authorities should have done action on the anti-smoking front. There are still some berries will not '-work" in the food C N83 noA'e OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON

long ago. The Senator believes that the The Pinellas County School Board recently -I runner around plants yet, and have already been the and make it spoil. [9] Store q !ON TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD

administration does not need new leg- endorsed a statement by their for grow- canned foods in a cool, dry
ing some time, and it
islation in order to mount' an effective dark place. PUBLISHED EACH THURSDJ,Y AND ENTERED As SECOND: CLASS MATTER AT THE
school superintendent restating his won't be too long before I
program of smoking control. Her For bulletins on canning or POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OP MARCH 3, \BJO
argu- policy against smoking and ordering a ers will be fixing land for I
ment is that the government already I freezing, call or write the
general attack the problem. the next SIX MONTHS $2.00
crop. That saying I IN TRADE AREA ON]E YEAR $3.50 - -
possesses sufficient authority to sup School principals were ordered to that raising berries is a 13- Our Soil a Our Strength! phone Home 964-2865 Demonstration P.Office-O. Box OUTSIDE TRADE AREA -- ONE YEAR $4.00 - SIX :MONTHS $2.25
; or
port the following: inform students that smoking in school months-a-year job is just a- Soil Conservation -
1. A massive' program of child and bout right. I
buildings or on school grounds will be .

adult 2. education Expanded about research smoking.into both policy.considered" Instructional"a major infraction staffs of were school requested The wheat referendum was N-E-W-S I II I GO safer, GO surer, GO farther proHOLIDAY.IiI1I'11I these special

the biological effects of cigarette smok- to "review those areas of the defeated and we suppose the By Bill Baal i
ing and the technology of possibly pro- National Farm Bureau is very Soil Conservation ServiceI
curriculum where most effec-
we can
happy about it, as that organ- I
less hazardous
ducing cigarettes. tively strengthen our program in respect ization opposes anything which Soil and Water Conserva- !
3. A Federal Trade :Commission
to the effects of smoking on the administration proposes to tion Farm Plans were delivered :
requirement that cigarette advertise- health and physical fitness." help the farmer. To our think- to Roy Starr and James I

ments and commercials contain warn- :"We (the school administration) ing the FB is the greatest Bryant. Roy is using Pensa- : !

ings of the hazard of smoking. have become increasingly concerned by "anti" organization in the cola Bahia for his pasture I
4. Broad and meaningful cigarette country and just once, just grass. We were standing look
the accumulating weight of evidence
labeling, including \yarnings, as well as once mind you we'd like to ing over his fields when he
tar and nicotine 'yields or ratings, un- which shows cigarette smoking to bea hear them put out a proposalof remarked, "This field of Ba- ( )

der the provisions of the Hazardous factor in lung" cancer and other crip- their own which was for hia is doing fine, it stood the :
pling diseases, the statement said. the farmer. I IDEAL
Substances Labeling Act. For instance dry weather and now that it

The Oregon senator:: has completed In the meanwhile, a committee of what have they ever done to has started to rain, the grass ;:

the} manuscript of if book on the political experts, appointed through the Sur- correct the condition where is coming out good." Pensa- i
General of the Public Health Service the farmer receives only a
and public aspects of smoking and cola Bahia is an outstandinggrass
health. Included" is"a"1"model' smoking is slowly 'working{ up a report on very small part-or the market: for pasture. Bryant is

control act" which would prohibit. for the relation to health. When completed, value of his produce? WhenI planning to use Legume cover

instance, the distribution of free cig- it will doubtless add to the already speak mean the of the National Farm BureauI crops in his pecan grove.I was

arette samples to minors, restrict tar overpowering evidence of the relation- zationnot our county organi-, talking to Emil Meyer the!

and nicotine yields, and provide for a ship of smoking to lung cancer and of course. group other// day and he tells me the I I DEAL NO. 1 NO. 2.

moderate rise in cigarette taxes to fi- several other diseases. Hairy Indigo, he planted in his I A 1 s r
The tobacco grades and, pecan grove several years ago FULL SET '
is starting to come up again l .

I All Holidays On Monday? prices, and have under now the been new announced setup- this year. He discs his grove I I ,

the grower who produces slickor each spring to insure a returnof i $$4248 $$5350' [
immature tobacco will receive the cover crops- !
Everyone who toils at a daily job Birthday on the third Monday in February a sharp discount. ,Experts Howard Bissland, biologist;, '
sends up a cheer when a national holi- Memorial\ Day on the last Monday say that tobacco for the Soil Conservation Ser- i I
day happens to fall on a Friday or a in May\ Independence Day on the ers need to hold off before vice, checked the fish pondsof I 2 FOR $2148 2 FOR $2700 ''"
Monday-thus giving the tired white first Monday in July, and Veterans
gathering, to wait until the Tom Crawford Leslie! L .
collar worker a long, three-day vaca Day on the second Monday in Novem leaves are fully ripe before Whitehead, Nelson Blocker; t 1 b./Uz 1J, tube-type

ber. they start. to harvest. and Billie Varnes. He checked i', i. b./0xlb, tube-type : Nylon All-Weather 42"
tion.But .
the calendar, being the vari- With Labor Day already observedon condition of the water in the J: Nylon All-Weather 42" { .,
able instrument that it is, offers this the first Monday in September, Cattle prices are off and ponds. j Whitewalls i

welcome bonanza only once or twice a Americans would thus have five glorious that is a worry for stockmenwho Fishing is one of the most ] Blackwalls 15-month Road Hazard Guarantee
have cattle they plan to in 15-month Road Hazard Guarantee
important practices pond ,
three-day weekends every year Prices plus tax and trade-in tires
year.Things sell after the grass season is management. Fishing success Prices plus tax and trade-in tires
be better soon, however travel .
may and a much better chance to over. Let's hope the situation ,
for the Travel Trade Associationhas tells you whether you are i, : _
some distance from home and become improves before that time .5 .
launched a nationwide campaignfor accustomed to the use of leisure time rolls around. managing your pond right. In t H 4. N.
the second year after stocking ,
an all-Monday holiday plan. Super Mileage
before their reflirtement. your pond will contain its .
This arrangement, which the asso- Sounds like idea! Remind Visited the Cummer Galleryof limit of fish measured in I MOUNTING !
a us DOWN 1 FREE
ciation hopes will be approved in all 50 Art up in Jacksonville this -
of the state legislatures by 1965, wouldset to write our legislators at the proper week. It is a wonderful addi-I I pounds. No more weight can ,
unless remove
be you
annual observances of Washington's time. tion to the cultural facilities grown
fish from the pond. Production : Toughest by test of any rubber
cf this area. One interesting ever used in Goodyear auto tires.
exhibit traces the forms of will equal your harvest-
I Beware Of 'Gumperson's Law'If I money in use in China from t take out 50 pounds of fish !!

the earliest days when coins \ and 50 pounds will grow back.

i were shaped like spades, fish : t
you can spare a little time from highly trained personnel and the most bridges, etc., up to the present -I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
worrying over the national debt or the advanced equipment, are not as reli- CHCECH : .

European common market, what bet- able as The Old Farmer's Almanac. __ .
School. 10 a.m.
ter thing to do than worry about the Following this research, Dr. Gumpl Starting a gasoline motoris Morning Sunday Worship 11 a.-m. l' DEAL NO. 3 DEAL NO. 4
universal law of perverse opposites erson enunciated his now law1 very simple, according to a i'
commonly known as Gumperson's law. and was able to make the following observations mechanic we know who says Training Union, 6:30 p. m. : i FULL SET FULL SET
Never heard of it? Well, reach for : i that if you have spark and Evening Worship 7:30: p. m

the aspirin, friend. Gumperson's law is 1. That after a raise in salary you gasoline vapor ,the thing is Prayer Meeting Wednesday,i:
will have less at the end of each sure to start. That sounds 7:30: p. m. : M $
still unrepealed, and it's as inevitableas money 7e I F 1 $$5716 1 $1i916 MI
simple but to
very anyon<
had before.
death and taxes. It's the natural month than you

law that explains a number of irritat- 2. That children will refuse to : I : -

ing events that might otherwise be put practice their piano lessons until time For study or daily reading-a new, FOR > FOR :

down to mere chance. to help mother with the supper dishes. (}/ut Scofield Bible 2 $2866 r 2 $3466

It's Gumperson's law, for instance; 3. That the person who buys the superbly styled ;
that causes grass to thrive in the most raffle tickets has the least chanceof 6.70x15, tube-type 6.70x15, tube-type

cracks of concrete sidewalks, but not winning the prize. 727x } Nylon All-Weather .. Nylon AllWeatherWhitewalls
(for love nor money) in your front 4. That if there are only two good Beautifully bound in
television programs on any given night Persian Morocco x t Blackwalls '
yard.It's Marrakesh grained, 18-month Road Hazard Guarantee 18-month Road Hazard Guarantee
scheduled at the
law that same
Gumperson's permitsyou they are always
half circuit leather Prices plus tax and trade-in tires Prices plus tax and trade-in tires
to throw a burned match out of hour.There lined to edge. LJ 'v- ,.'Tv xr r arw.w.ww. .....r..i
your car and start a forest fire, while is no knowing to what further Contains all the .. -

you use up two whole boxes and the heights Dr. Gumperson's genius would famous: Scofield ,. ,., : .. ;, r nk

entire Sunday paper trying to start a have led him had it not been for his ,y.Y. features. ,.

blaze under dry logs in your fireplace.It untimely death in 1947. According to : only 5'%I."8'A thick, NATION-WIDE tOlD HAZARD AND QUALITY 6UAIAWK-JU!new GoodyeaT?

also accounts for the fact that the Changing Times, he was strolling along In red(Bolds Hoi Retreads Mot Seconds Rot Closeouts Auto Tires are Guaranteed Nation-Wide: Against normal I road hazards
time involved in locating a blotter is the highway one evening, obeying the, s edges) or black -*, blowouts fabric breaks cuts-except repairable punctures.
always equal to the time required for pedestrian rule of walking to the left : (red under goldBullington Limited to original owner for number of months specified. 2, Against
THESE TIRES ARE GUARANTEED any defects in workmanship and material without limit as to time or
the ink to dry on the paper you wishedto facing traffic. The poor fellow was) '-t -. edges) S1995 I mileage. S Goodyear tire dealers i m the U.s. or Canada will make adjustment

blot. struck down from behind by a foreign I I IN WRITING I allowance oa new tire based on original( tread depth remaining V&. j
The magazine, Changing Times, car driven by an English visitor hug, current "Goodyear fri ice. ..........._,, U-

covering the law while doing research ging the left side of the road. A victim Backed Up By 60,000 Goodyear Tire Dealers And Stores Wherever You Go '. ;
covering the lew while doing researchon of his own law of "uerverse opposite."

a phenomenon long known to scientists ging the left side of the road. HURST'S SINCLAIR SERVICE

but up till then 'considered as a Thus he became an unfortunate victim s Studio and Gifts STOKES SINCLAIR SERVICE .

mere curiosity: the fact that weather of his own law of the "perverse 542 W. Madison CARL HURST

bureau forecasts, despite the use of opposite." .' _, 104 W. Call St. Phone 969-2301 709 S. Walnut Phone 964-6111
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Revised Charter Given Approval City Of Green Cove Now 1
: AppearsTo '
HIGHLIGHTS State's had their tonsils out in Flag- : "

I ler Hospital in St. Augustine i[ ME.LROSEDy f

E. Schaeffer By Keystone Heights CouncilThe S Bid For BaseC. ;I II Have Lead In Fight For BaseBarring on Tuesday. ,i|

I Bj Mary j.I W. Scarbrough representing i I I Wtldon his Brantley 83rd birthday quietly celebrated at-:i Mrs.\ Alice Rothhammer

LAliA t the Clay County Committee i home last Sunday. i TYTTYYTYYYTTTYTYYYYYT'Pmbyttrbn
4AAA&AAAAAAA4AAL4 &kiLAAAAAAAL&AAAAAAAAJJ I Keystone Heights Town ell voted to obtain bids on anew 'Of 100 was in Washington unexpected devel- from Jacksonville to balance:
I "
Mrs. Ruth Reed of Lake
Community Church News -- Council held special meetingson garbage truck to replace, D. C. this week in opments within the next 30 its budget. If the city acquires Church V
Swan dinner of
-. On Monday, May 20, about r Wednesday and, Friday of I the present one which is con- j support of the State of forIda's i f days it appears that the City; the base it would have to increase :, the Eugene was a Brantley guest family!' Faith Presbyterian Kinder-
80 members last week for the purpose of sidered to be beyond repair. : of Green Cove garten concluded the current
of the Community bid to purchase the former :; Springs now, its rate which makes it I!
Church Women enjoyed a getting the proposed new town i t i Naval base property at.:. has the upper hand in its up- impossible to bring in indus- > on Sunday. It was also Mrs.Reed's school year on Friday. May 24.
; birthday on Sunday i
Covered Dish Luncheon at the rL4' charter in proper shape for i Green Cove Springs. j hill struggle to acquire the1,600acre try. There is no reason why ; Games were directed by Mrs.
r i On Saturday afternoon. May Jim Neale. ,Mrs. Vance
submission to the State LegiSlature Publisher ; v nd
naval base
educational I
building. The outgoing Scarborough met with the property the taxpayer should face the
25, at 4 o'clock Dudley Cam- Powell, followed by party favors ,
I president, :Mrs. Charles j .on Monday. chairman of the House Government -I once the home of the, hazard of heavy taxes when Mr.
eSt son of and Mrs. Carl
Wallenius opened the meet- Wednesday's meeting was Activities Subcommittee "Moth Ball feet } everything. we, are working for' and refreshments served
ing ] held"'to review the suggestions i That is the of off-! t Carnes of Florahome celebrated by Mrs. Joe Seykora and the
with a hymn and grace Group OfFormer which will consider the: opinion can be accomplished by the'''
; his third birthday with a
was offered by, Mrs. A. F. i, for revision made; by a special: sale of the property, and was : cials in Washington who last i, state." ( teachers. I

Crosby. After luncheon, Mrs.:1\1 I citizens committee appointed'! told that any further counterproposals i, week sat in on conferences i I City officials deny that party. About 30, little friends j I Guests for the morning included -
celebrate. I
at a public hearing held recently -,' should be i' between representatives of the heavier helped ; Bobby Neal, Robin and
William Walz, president for i BackersDuncan taxes would result
Well, they finally have the
i. Composed of M. L. city the General Services Administration .. Shanrjpn Powell, Becky Sey-
196364.: introduced new circle I the General Services Administration ,! from their purchase of the 1
blacktop on State Road 315 McCrae
I kora. Jeanie and Joan
chairmen and com m i ttee i Ii Beasley C. H. Haberstroh for that agency'sstudy. ,, and the Senate I property. As for its effective i. the'' I
L. Ownbey, John Bird and and House and now smoothing Odom, of Graceville. Pupils
chairmen. | i Government Operation use"We've
Thosej officers were Groner publisher 1 1I already got a
4 shoulders and getting ready to include: Tracy Odom. June
installed on Sunday May 20. j ji Miss Emma Kate Mansfield of the Clay County Crescent,}I Several weeks ago, thestate's ) Committee. I i number of offers to lease the ,
1 I plant grass. This road is a Redfearn. Mike Mayberry
the committee reported thati Green Cove. and most of "
at. the Morning Worship Ser- { has filed a damage suit against j offer of $621,400 for j property they say. "There:
i I had met four times since t .i great improvement over the i ii !i Tim Murrhee Kevin Griffith,
I Clay have
vice. three Clay County citizens -i the Navy: bate property was County, been em- !I are also a number of reerea-
t1 j Ii the public hearing, and. preI I j, broiled in a heated controversy 1! 'i old clay road that used to be j I and Link Powell. Those "grad- ,
The new, circle chairmen' I alleging his and the news-' accepted by> the GSA while'a -. tional facilities to provide j
I, ,I L sented, of suggested i' for 'here. j jj | uating to first grade" are:
two pages several
called the names of their I : paper's reputation were dam- $750,000 price from the city 1 months over'; revenue as well as enjoyment,

- members which had been se- I 1,, ., I revisions to eliminate objectionable aged when the defendants attempted :i, was turned down. At that time I i who would get the navy base'| for our citizens. The Florida j j' A bridal shower was held )i Christine Brokas, Benny Cox, II

c lect 'd at a previous meeting. ;1, >/ features. to seize control of i' the agency based its actionon I property the city or the j National Bank and a bonding for Miss Rose Cook.' daughter -i Muriel Clark Jan Eisenacher '
I The most important of the' I State of Florida. {i of Mrs. Fred Cook of :, David Few. Berry Ugen. Harry -
After that each circle met in I IC. the paper earlier this year. I the state's ability to pay j firm are confident we can do j'
I(Glenda Ann Nobles\ recommended changes are: cash. The state at first appeared I Florahome. at the club house Jackson Anita Menzen.
The defendants listed the
separate groups fpr a pre were i { job or they wouldn't have
To .retain the "mayor_ and Ben to have the property "in the j i i in Florahome last Friday j Ben McCrae, Jim:, Neale IIT,
However City Manager
liminary, meeting prior to the To Wed J. R. Hall j I as C. W. Scarbrough, Green j I given us financial backing. |
: five councilmen" form of government Zellner and other Green Cove bag" with its offer to pay | The b r id-to-be received Arnold Reed. Stephen Ross
'I Cove chairman of the The
adjournment} for June, July Springs I I next step is for the city
with the city clerkto GSA $620.400 for the site. 1: many useful gifts. ; Shelley Ruffini, Danny Sapp, I
I Committee'of i officials last week persuadedGSA t
and August. As has been the Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nobles : Clay County :, to submit a revised offer
II, custom, the chairman and! of Melrose announce the en- : remain an appointive job. 100; T. J. Jennings Jr., Green ;, to reopen negotiations} with the aim of developing it :\;': which should be In the hands Games were played and ; and Glenn Stanley.

: members arrange for a home I i gagement and approaching The ,offices of tax collector Cove attorney; and O. B. Nail,| when they offered COmmitt-1 for industrial or institutional :, of the GSA this week. The I prizes won by Doris Price and I!i Episcopal Church J I
and tax Assessor would remain The Florida The Trinity Episcopal
meeting of each circle early marriage of their daughter, Orange Park businessman. The ments from two use. Development : day of decision on the base,, Charleyene Brantley. Door;;
It i elective as at present. nance the full amount until Commission much in- prizes were won by Marilyn Church held a covered dish
in June. Glenda Ann, to Jimmie R. suit seeks compensatory damages \ was very j!,| which has been closed since '
I Significant difference be- in excess of $600. revenue certificates are sold. terested in the state getting I!i Varnes and Doris Price. Mrs. supper Tuesday night at the I
Mrs. A. Williams and her Hall. son of Mr. and Mrs. last June 30, is expected within (
co-c airman. Mrs. Arthur Fred Hall of Hawthorne. I! tween the. 1925 charter and I The suit states that Scar- title to the property and is the next month. 'II Raymond Padgett was hostess i Parish House. I

Manering, and all the newmembersrmet I The marriage ceremony will : the one submitted i to, the legislature brough last January helped I Everett Fox NamedTo offer was backed o the hilt I with Misses Kathy Gomto! Rev. and Mrs. Lee W. Hea ,

at the Williams I i be held July 19 at the Melrose I on Monday were: Groner obtain a $38,000 loan' toy the Clay County Committee I fYmvvyyyvyyyyyvvvyv, : Miss Ruth Cook as cohostesi i I ton left Wednesday to begin I
Granting of police power at from the Bank of Orange I Clay CountyDevelopment I I of 100 and the Clay County their retirement In Daytona
Fruit and !
home Santa Fe Lake ses. punch
on on
... Methodist Church. A recep- [ the airport; limiting lease of oper.1 Commission. \ Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Jean ,
Park to ;
provide needed j J Board
Wed., May 22. for were served as refreshments. :
a get-ac-j tion will follow in the educational GRANDINBy
quainted luncheon. i building. town property to five years; ating capital and refinance i I I I Other Green Cove interests I The wedding will be June 2nd Chance of Tallahassee are I

I prohibiting sale of town prop- the newspaper's existing in- t Membership of the Clay had other ideas however. at the Florahome Methodist I now in charge of the services
Mrs. Charles Wallenius and Formal invitations will not I 'I''
I I erty without a vote by the 'County Development Authority There has been a running feud Charleyene Brantley j Mr. chance has been study-
Mrs. A. debtedness. i j' I Church.
co-chairman R. $
.be. sent, but all friends and i "
residents; establishing means 1 would be reduced from 12 for six months or more between I ing at the Theological Seminary -
Gaunt will entertain members -i relatives of the couple are invited It further alleges that Jennings i\.A A Church News
i of filling unexpired terms i'' introduced in j I the "old line" Chamber i I at Suwannee Tenn r
'to' 10 by a I Ii
of their circle at luncheon to attend. told Groner and his 1 i Please keep in mind that
for ," of and the Mrs. Robert Martin and Baptist Church (\
i office; providing a public the legislature by Sen. Ed Fra- Commerce "new i -
who identified in
wife were
on June 4, at 12:30: at i i i our revival will be held at
the Wallenius home. hearing on the budget in the suit as the sole stockholders sed. blood" Committee of 100. : children of Gainesville spent!1 Paran Baptist Church start- Dr. Oland Wilson of Do-

] Mrs. Seth Kennedy and co- will enable the directors to June of each ;year; establish- of the paper that it would j Terms of the present board i!I which was challenging thechamber's the weekend with Mr. and i ing June 2 and running thru I than. Ala. will be in charge I Ii '
purchase much needed playground Mrs. Ercell Sapp and family.On I
I of commission in of the services at Eliam Baptist >
ment :
- a zoning be necessary to elect five directors :members would have expered leadership bring- 1 i -
r chairman. Mrs. Earl Hayner ,
equipment. Anyone:, Saturday they all went to June 9. We are looking for-
I substituting a municipal judge to the corporation before next July without renewal. ing new industry into the I Church starting Sunday <
: are entertaining members of book Gold ward to a great time of spiritual
interested in donating a Head Branch State Park -
for the mayor in municipal the loan would be ap Four members would be drop county to take up the slack I Dr. and Mrs. Wilson and ,Ii
their circle at 12:30 June
c: : on refreshment. Rev. Paul 1
do it to :
w may so by sending court; giving the town author- proved. ped. with two new members left by closing of the navy on a picnic. i Mrs. Wilson arrived during the {
19 at the
Kennedy home.
Travis will be speaker.
The Florida Christian Migrant -
i Also spending the weekend
of Lake base. week. .
ity to stop pollution
: Due to the illness of Mrs. The suit states that a meet- proposed. The new membersare
.... I. C. Stringer's mother the I Ministry 836 Biscayne Geneva, Lake Brooklyn, and ing was held and Scarbrough Everett Fox of Keystone Apparently spurred by an I! with his family was J. C. Award Day at MIIS i iI I''

:- plans of Mrs. Stringer and I Drive. West Palm Beach Fla. Keystone Lake; and greater Nail and Jennings along with Heights who succeeds G. E. effort to show what it could ,I I Weeks of Key West. PARAN BAPTIST CHUKCB I The annual award day was \>'\

w. Mrs. John A. Williams her The recent tragic bus acci- control over the sale of beer Mr. and Mrs. Groner, were Wiggins and Frank Bisbee Jr. I do for the community the !, Miss Loretta Luke Harris GRANDIN, FLA. held Friday morning in the
cochairman -
:: are as yet incom- dent involving great loss of within the town's limits. named directors. Groner alleges of Orange Park. I City of Green Cove. influenced -!: Herring of Palatka and Misses Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor High School gymnasium. Prin- I,

_J life should bring home to everyone Under the proposed new I that he and his wife Retained on the authorityare by the chamber made a Pam and Barbara Herringof Sunday School 10 a.m. cipal Clarence Holden presented ,]

plete.Mrs.. the need for a new I charter the mayor will have signed minutes of the meet- Joyt Cotney chairman; I counter offer to GSA offering I Gainesville were visitors to Morning Worship, 11 ajn I some 49 awards to outstanding !

_ Floyd Koons and co- and modern bus. Stamps have the authority to appoint the I thoughtit Joe Triplett Jr., J. P. Hall Jr., $750,000 for the old base. I the home of Mrs. Callia Rye. Training Union, 7:00: p. m. I students in various I Ii
ing only because they
chairman. Mrs. Frank
for purchased planes for nursing II police chief and deputies. The was to obtain the Ben Zellner Dr. Luke Glen- GSA at first reportedly fa- I Allan and Keith Weaver I Evening Service 8:00: p. m. i i fields of achievement from
berry completed necessary
plans service church folks rallied I I Hour of Power, Wednesday : grades 7-12. Senior class
: chief will have the right to nan, Bryan Jennings D. W. vered the state's offer becauseit small sons of Mr. and Mrs. a-
their circle on May 20. I I night 8:00: p. m. (Continued on Page Ten) I it
to meet the need of station suspend any deputy who is loan.The Wilkins and Frow Strickland represented cash on the -
The plans of Mrs. Sara McDonald suit declares that the II"
0 I wagons; will Floridians do th; I I delinquent in carrying out his I Ii Terms of the board members barrel head. Apparently this
and her
co-chairman. to
.m defendants then attempted
same for the purchase of bus- duties subject to apprqval.bythe I point in the state's favor has
Mrs. Cha'rtes Titus are a* yfct' I *" seize control of the paper'over would expirfc. i. in four,
i V>* < ; j WfJ '
incomplete for their circle. es? mayor. he objections of the Groners. years. with appointments after been overcome bY''the city KEYSTONE HEIGHTSItBUSINESS $ ( .

The United Church Women's The Men's Club of the Community i A motion to approve th? The plaintiff states that that to be made* by the faction who went to Washington :

.. Church held their new charter as revised. and" Governor. last week armed with
Meeting at West Palm { Scarbrough was authorized to I
last monthly covered dish ; submit it to the Legislature, Sen. Fraser also introducedthis i commitments from the Florida !
Beach last week
was enjoyed supper of the season on Mon was made by Councilman Gene i fire two linotype operators, week a new charter for I National Bank the Bank I DIRECTORY
by Mr! Frank: Ilgen, Mrs.
take of the editorialand
day. 27 at the educational Williams, with charge I of Green Cove and J
David Nelson. Mrs. William May and:! was passed i j the town of Keystone Heights. Springs
I building. one dissenting vote from : news policy of the paper, If passed; it wouU 'be submitted i a Chicago bonding firm vouching I .
Walz Mrs. Nell Grayson, and
There joint meetingof i I Councilman Al Watson. i freeze bank assets, and print II that the city's $710.000 I
was a I to the voters in a refer I I 1
Mrs. Alma Frost. Mrs. Walz
advertisements in two competing APPLIANCEST I II FLORIST RESTAURANTS
the Board of Trustees and The revised charter was delivered -I endum. would be available.
took with her 22 full books of I that I I
Board of Stewards on Tues- to Sen. Ed Fraser.I weeklies stating I Although optimistic upon I I

trading stamps and. 15 partially day at 7:30 p.m.Expressions i II who was to introduce the necessary ; the Crescent would not be I members and guests retired : their return home city officials V Service Center THEKeystone I
full. The for
responsible for any -
I Edna
of legislation Monday. admitted there are still Williams Heights
appreciation I to I ,
the banquet hall for refreshments -
3,000 stamp books made by not authorized by Scar- ; J. K. TIIIES, Proprietor
the I have been extended to Miss I If passed by the legislature and social hour many hurdles to clear beforea I w
United Church Women of I RestaurantUnder
the charter will be submitted brough. decision be rendered in Authorized Motorola Phflco,
: Gertrude Houser. Mrs. C. H. I can nORL T- EBY (
provided by Miss Barbara
Florida was over-donated. The 1 This action the suit alleges i :
il to the registered voters of: their favor. and ManagementSpecializing
Sales Service
Haberstroh Mrs. E. A. Rush- .
Southwell Mrs. Scott,
b books to three I was taken to convey to Elva FLOWERS
were purchase ton Mrs. John Bird and Miss I Keystone in a referendum election -i and Mrs. Ruby Wiggins.On I For instance the state I Service On All Makes In
urgently needed station wagons !I within 60 days of its the public that Groner's relationship For
en All
could up its bid, but most I OccufeaiUelrosa Blue Plates with I
for the Florida Christian I Carol Warren who assisted with the paper had June 4, at 8 p.m., Past TV RADIO STEREO
actment. Two copies of the'I
Migrant Ministry. The surplusIS in the work of the Carol i I charter will be posted in the been severed.at Grand Worothy Matron Verna observers think this is unlikely. Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Phone: OR 5-2331 S Fresh. Vegetable
Choir and the Celestial Choir Brice. and Past Grand Worthy The state's position as
YOUR ,ESTATE I' who sang at the May 26 Sunday | Keystone library for inspection Patron Vincent Brice of Gainesville outlined by Wendell Jarrard! Keystone Heights, 4734631
:by the public.In the Garden Tea this week chairman of the Florida Development 6 A. M.-10 P. 31. Hon.-Thur*
PROGRAM UP TO I Worship Services. Mrs. Chapter and State of]4I'
*i other business the coun- 1 1 OPEN 6 A. !I. ill
George Canova is the organistand I II at the home of Mrs. John Florida will be honored[:; Commission has i iI 3I1dn11'
ASK YOUR GULF LIFE choir director. I I Bird. This portion of the pro- I' guests. Chairman of hostessesfor i I been that the state was asked I AUTO SERVICE Fit, Sat., Sun.

MAN FOR THIS FREE Notices for the Church noons or evenings. gram was in charge of Mrs. June is Mrs. Vesta Aiken.I II I I Ij by a number of Green Cove Terrell's Murrhee Insurance At the stoplile! Keystone Hgtf

SERVICEL. News for the three local citizens to acquire the base "
Bulletin must be given.to Mrs Alma Frost membership j Surprise Party

R. BRAULT William Warren ,not later newspapers must be given to chairman. 'J I Miss Jo Wildt daughter of !, to prevent it. from being sold Gulf ServiceNew AgencyGeneral Lake Brooklyn

than j Mrs. Francis P. Egan 3-4748 Annual reports of the var- ': :Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wildt of ;i; at auction. The state became

PHONE 473-1131 Tuesday evenings. Call:I by.Saturday evenings. ious committee chairmen indicated Keystone Heights was the interested in the project and & Used Tires InsuranceFire RestaurantSTEAKS
her mornings at the educat-
Ja< HI way 21 Keystone Height!I Starting Sunday June 2. some unusual and varied i' guest of honor at a surprise J Ji :' made its offer. Then, three I From $3.00 Up All Sizes Casualty Bond CHOPS

ional building 3-4182. or at Morning Worship Service will I projects- several out-i i birthday beach party given I|' weeks later the city interpos Lubrication Batteries Acoes. Allied Llnw
her home 3-4697 in the after- be at 10 with :, ed its bid. I Seafoods Orders To Go ]
Sunday competing
a.m., standing in the extension for her by Frank Nooney Jr. I' OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M. Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285
I School at 9 a.m. This will work on the part of the chair- i'i at the Nooney Home of Lake Another obstacle which city I Keystone OPEN

continue through June. July man and their committees.i' Brooklyn. Swimming danc- j officials concede could delay i'' Heights, 473-4279 I 7 Days 6 A. M. till Mldnlt

and August. Mrs. Gladys Haberstroh directed :i ing and refreshments were a decision in the matter is at* MILLWORK

Church friends may wish to the Tax Dollar Sheet ,1 eijjoyed) by the guests. Jof j suit filed by G. E. Wiggins of !AUTO STORE : 1-4 MI. N. of Stoplite

- "WilY write to our foster child. Ho from which over' $300. was I' reteived some lovely j!;I Keystone. Heights and two | Keystone Heights

Kwong Ring while on their realized. The Old Time Vaudeville Guests included Lorraine Dey other taxpayers seeking to 11 Western Keystone,

- : ,- vacation trips. His address is: Show, under the leadership and David Schaeffer Bob :'block the city's bid for the Auto -REAL ESTATE

Luthern Primary School 124. of Mrs. Margaret Le- I Jackson and Linda Norris. : property. The suit attacks the MilIwork.Shop

I GERALD LII: : care Christian Children's Blanc brought in an equal i and Harold Snellen and' Ronnie i j i(I constitutionality: of a bill pas- I Associate StoreS CABINETS DOORS C. J. Pete, O'Connor

Fund 21 Chatham Road Kou- amount. Mrs- Olive Stevens'j Johnson. Also the various :;:: sed by the State Legislature WINDOW FRAMES: BEALTOBfiEAL

loon. Hong Kong, China. i Arts and Crafts Hobby Show i brothers and sisters of the permitting, the city to issue ApplIances-MaJor or Small L li
Womans Club EnteringAnother netted $45; the Rolling Dollar host. j I revenue certificates to purchase : I Auto Accessories, Tires, -

\ \' \ New Year Luncheons initiated by Mrs. i Garden Club Meete I and lease the propert Batteries. Trim HaterbJ MORTGAGES APPRAiSALS

Of Varied Activities Helen Egan. brought $54. Mrs. I f I The Garden Club of the, The suit was dismissed in !| Sporting Goods, Bicycles. Suit Made T. Order Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297

s Members of the Keystone Sara McDonald's Progressive'' Lakes met for the last time :,: Clay County Circuit Court i|, S Hardware, Paints, Garden I

Heights Woman's Club held a i Breakfast netted $45 and lots I! Supplies. it I Keystone Heighta 473-4285, Winifred H.CRAWFORD
: this season on May 23, at the | but is being appealed to the .
YOUR \ Rummage Sale in the old : of fun. i j home of Mrs. SP.. Sashoff,| district court. City officials I I! KEYSTONE
: Stewart building last Thurs' Officers and members are on ,S wan ,Lake. Thirteen''' termed the suit a "nuisance i' I NURSERY

POCKETS!" x < i day, Friday and Saturday." grateful to the residents of | members were present and action" but conceded it could i!
1 They wish to thank Mrs. Paul- j and Melrose for | !' Electrical Contractors Lake Properties Acresi .
:, L ._ Keystone thre 'githts: Mrs. Mack Carl- tie up issuance of the revenue !, .
| ine Ernst a new member who I their donations to the building j ley and Mrs. Jenie Carswell of certificates for some time. i j J Clemens Nursery Ranches Business City

at the last meeting, took over t fund. '! Green Cove Springs and Mrs.j The Clay County Commission Homes. !Rental

the chairmanship. She was i I By participation in Federa-; Davenport of Hawthorne. of 100 headed by C. W.Jackson Electric Co. DAYLILIES. ISO Varieties, "We Take- A- Personal- Intarcd

assisted by. Mrs. Dorothy j, tion State Programs. the club ': Mrs. Richard Vogh Club : Scarborough is the major organized 1 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR from 25e to $1 esu See Us For In Your: Requirements'

She's (the picture of innocence! She Koons Mrs. Alma Frost Mrs. .i has received a Certificate of President, opened the meeting i i supporter of the House Wiring Electric Range I Your Every Need in Shrubs, Midway: Keystone .

Eva Manering. Mrs. Alice Merit. At the Garden Party with: a poem on tha wonders I) state's offer in the controversy. :-:" and Water Heater Repairs Trees or Perennials. Heights'Uelros

Dwyer Mrs. Rose Reynolds !I the new president Mrs. John of the world, around us and : He Is quoted as saying General Electric Repair Work *

knows Gerald carries only a minimum ofcash Mrs. Laura Freeman. Mrs. Bird accepted the gavel and reviewed the club's accomplishments -: "We are not about to quit"I Call 'Toby" For All Your Hiway 100 at HJOkreat Hlwaj U-optqlUD4a7 -

Sara McDonald! Mrs. Irene the challenge ot another newt; of the past year. ; in the bitter fight over the I! Electrical Needs 2 Y.z Miles East of GB 5-m.

Williams and Mrs. Fern year. The summer will be a Committee Chairmen reported i property. Scarborough charged -. Keystone Heights Ph: 475-4973 I

and uses a Keystone State Bank Hanson. Tlys was, the final busy one for the officers as :' on year's work; there was ,! the city has never had a ; Keystone Heights. S. E. McKay, Realtor

project under the chairman- i they \lIDi their duties, as' a report on a District Confer-,, plan for development of the :\

ship of Mrs.. Lu Nelson, finance ;, so charged by the installing : ence; and an installation of I i base while the state is ready 'FARM SUPPLIESC. C1TKCS IN CONTAINERS ii.ItsLake) Lilly $3300.:
t ti
checking account for family needs. .. chairman! and vice i i officer. Mrs: Nona Howard. j officers as follows: President:' to move in an industry that : $L50 To $5.00; Terms 16 Lots SDIl"Jd'Lake
president of the club. i 9E Initiation 1! Mrs. Richard Vogh; Vice President -I, would employ 500 persons Plenty of Blooming Camellia '%7'2.5.' Terms Investment tncts '
1 Officers and members regret -I Keystone Chapter. Order of Mrs- Daniel Pater; Second within a year."Furthermore. & L. Feed Co. from SOC 'up. Rare .Camelliasgrafted ,',!large enough for several .Lts. h
the necessity of discon-! EaStern held ini-1 : access to wide sandy teaih.
I Star 279, an I 1 Vice President Mrs. Sam says Scar- $7.50 up. Plenty of 1

tinuing the; Duplicate Bridge.j tatioix ceremony. May 21, Gardner; Secretary Mrs. Bee borough, "the city Is not financially i-I c. M. BURKHALTER, JR. Evergreens andY Landscape Use for recreation while bold'

1 Club. All materials pertaining I at which time Worthy Matron' Cooper; and Treasurer Mrs. able to pay maintenance .-; FEEDS Plants log for investment E-Z Terms.

to the club have been stored : Phyllis Hussey and Officers i ij Lena Clemens. Mrs Mack costs on the' property 2 BR CB furnished cottage 00SeaotifuX
UEMBEft F. D. L C KEYSTONE HEIGHTS until such time as the new I Ij I : FERTILIZERS Let us landscape your home. Lake Huichlnsen
j conferred the degrees of the ; Carliey of Green Cove Springs ,; estimated at $10.000 a month, ,
MC PCD.w UAM4 7M f JUE.NOLY COMMUNITY club house will provide proper j order-on Mrs.: Ruby Reed and i was the installing officer. ;i i or to finance the bond issue" : FARMERS. HARDWARE' 0. C. CAKNES NURSERY $7,000. Terms.

facilities. Mrs. Geraldine Jackson. Folj I Each member brought a';;: Scarborough says: "The city Earleten Olway 100,23, ,mL E. of.Stark' Keystone Heights Fis

The 12 new members of this I j lowing the regular meeting of j 1 plant and an arrangement of :1 I now has to make. $100.000 I TeL Melrose GB 5-5163 'at Florahome Ph. 681-5665 : 47M818. \

_-- ------ -_-- year were especially honored- the Chapter and* Initiation,!t [Continued Page 101 Ion-I electricity It purchases Jfu

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?" "Y9y ,yyyy, .-' r ..:...+_ _._' _. i_'.'v.... ._. ..."Y..Aii: :73 _., ";::::: t. "1\.Z: :" ...l;: 2 tiMt ;. ::' l '" AVAILABLE

< FULL CUT ROUND OR ROUND BONE AT. ,. f-----. Merchants


The Lawtey Home Demon- ,' STEM or T.BONE u ROAST ALL MEAT LEAN PLATE BEEFStew -

stration Club held its regular J 0

meeting at the strawberry 4-'r 113 STEAKS ib Ib LB 58e Stew iB2Sc

wharf last Thursday afternoon .. J 9 lr
< ..
The program topic was ; ...... ._ ,.., .. ,.. ,, ..,, .
"Home Accessories." At this "rM.MH!fw.oj'' _" u ..e..._. NawWnririwn" H_ar4wwFaYMp., v!.- ./...<'.. ':"i'1' "'''MY-: ;';;(&= !, a..6.2dv.; :::..: ': '>;---
time the members finished the -I'' ._ ,.__ ,t #t
woodwork on footstools that 1"'" QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

were in the making On Wed-

with instructors to weave the I
tops. There will be nice looking PEOPLE IN THE -

as well as useful. pieces of ---
p : '
Church Schedules : __ _/ :- yt

Grace Methodist: Church .
School 9:45: a.m.; Worship, 11 lB. Merchants

a.m.; Evening Service, 8 p.m.
MYF each Wednesday at 8 p. (WHOLE)

First Baptist: Sunday

School, 10 am.; Worship. 11
a.m.; Training Union, 7 p.m.; I
Evening Services. 8 pm. YWA _r f'

meets on first and third Tues- BLUE RIBBON QUALITY
day evenings, 8 p.m.; Junior -
GA first and third Tues- I
on SAVE 19FLA.
days right after school.' Intermediate GRADE A' \ KS LB 5ge 1 s,
GA second and fourth r FRESH ffiEDIUM : 6 6 e 9 M ,
Mondays at 8 p.m.; Youth

regret Saturdays.Personals Friends to learn of Frank of the Cruce death will of r EG G S RIB STEAKS LB 7ge ,,-I4' A P'I E5

his oldest brother, William BLUE WESTERN GRAIN-FED SPECIAL VALUE! 8" SIZE
Clayton: Cruce, at his homein BEEF

Akron, Ohio on May 17. LB
Ralph Futch of Black Moun- D2 : 4CUBE LB 98c CAN

tain, N. C. spent the weekend I Ei3 $ 09066

Futch.with his mother .Mrs. Joyce Z ( ;


State Wendel Convention Kelly attended of the Flor-the FRYER LEG ORBREASTS COFFEE CAN LB 38 t l ,

ida State Elks Association in LB 48e
Tampa last week. LlMIT-2 DOZEN ', RIBS) e ti, l' Coffss(your choice' )
..; wIth $S or more food order ,
Mrs. Jim Burton spent the PLEASE .' tip..
week with her parents, Mr. :.::/ EXTRA STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF FARMER GRAY SMOKED c;; Filled,'Danish Ring

and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.Mr. ...:....::.:.9', .. 25 FREESTAMPS -, .

botham. and and Mrs.children J. C. Higgin-were -......" ,. .' ....>..ji t 5LI BACON .. LB 49 e 'y.- :::..; ;;; ,;::;.r LEMON OR ONLY 39

visiting her sister, Mrs Lorene LORANCE ,

Smith, and family in Jackson- -.._. .. J Jr
i "
ville Sunday. pecial Offer L.! v fuA4; BONELESS

home Mrs.after A. H.a pleasant Harley is week at < v < $2.89

spent'with< Mr and Mrs. Nelson PREMIUM OFFER I :L low \ I i1 1
B.: Blocker and in r
Lake City. sons: SAVE 92c< I i! SMALL B-B-Q SIZE I z' '
Mr and Mrs. fri ,
George De. _
Laney who are ,running the iaYO SHORTENING __
>Dessert Isle Motel while Mr-- F FYNETASTEAUCE .' _
( 1
and Mrs. Bumgarner are on e s/ -- I / "
I _
vacation, and Mrs.. L. P. {LB l 45e ,
Gruegette of Starke-were visit- : I _

in? here and attended the Y 3
Methodist, Church Sunday. .

Mrs.. George Roberts Mrs. ... b .
every : .. .. .
Effie Miner'MrsPauline 170Z .. LB CAN { --- -- -- -.
Torode, and Mrs. Nell Andrews Twin Pack of \t t Fn.-Extra Sump < ,
CAN : ,25 mriJ: tlerdtants 11
enjoyeda birt iaa'y dinner '. Witl, ;Pur his} of :
> '
'Oliver- with in Mrs.Baldwin. Mamfe Saturday.Roberts \\ujqrcb! O CHIPS CUBE: STEAKS SHORTENING SAVE 7/ t FREE EXTRA GMPf.: .

M.rs. Robert Lee visited her I FY nea e ?8' 3y. .: MERCHANTS,CREEH STAMPS
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. ." .. .rri.. .._. 10 \ ": N'fOiAxlSOUrerr6t' NeauYq i
Peterson, in Arlington Sunday ...,.,':: .t: .::;;.,. LIMIT-2 WITH $5.66'OR 8 umit T (goer thoiu) a'' / mil 3t12, Oz Tub
'/ :,. .. MORE FOOD ORDER c s;... $5 or more food order 1 \ >eineHAIR | .
tJI 1 ,
afternoon.Mr. I OZ. FO :,:;.,. : "!: CREAM
: J '-, saanre 41.
and Mrs. Gilmore Seav- "f'.t.F\:', j1c".t"---""'""" fUI"ml: +';;:s;-.;,{:;,;;.: .'..r 9 Iarrrworppanp r.gpia+tentfGWStousunr.mtoaMtwsr., 6-5-63 .......:
ers and Mr. and Mrs. Lingle of :o. .:;.v. ;: v
Chambersburg, Pa. called on : '\ MEATY PEARLWHITE "l jk v"7'b",;,. :- .,- ; ..r-----r--r----.rr._.
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fox at IRIZEN .
Shrimp LB 79c i Mlydhant5 li
the parsonage Friday. 1

Monday visitors of Mr. and .. GJIUN ITAMP. $
MrsT.. L. Wainwright
were ?
Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Higgin- DINNER S BIG '. GREEN STAMPS I
KOSHER SAVE 8 '+.. amt ttas couron at or
bo'tham of Ocala. and: Mrs.Leah DILLS 1 4ge F :
Z a
Hicks and daughter of e FdQ (Men or )
SAL:: Sudan Stick
Jacksonville. Mrs. Higginbo- ". 1 .

tham. is' .,Mr. Wainwright'sniece. 3 e _- ALASKA: SALMON. t:z49c ;6r.-rr-e.Na q't0 rat ftarrs Wolf DEODORANTt::==1 l

NOTICE Is Hereby Given thatr. SAVE 42t(! $1.39 VALUE DECORATED BEVERAGE I :,
P. D. Reddish Sheriff of WHITE PINK. AQUA YELLOW :
Bradford County Florida, under FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS
and by virtue of certain write of SINGLETON'BREADED ... V. I I
execution, to-wit: .' @ ill@@rn@ itOZ FtnR) GREEN STAMPS
1. Execution issued by the 21b $ 89 ; Cf7)} 1 I RN Ate Cnuetr awa s
County Circuit Florida Court of under Bradford date Sh rlmp Pkg ] 'l u.\....\s 00 e 2 I 1 \ King Siz. Tube .
\. I
of May I, 1963, Issued pur WASHDAY SPECIAL! -
fiuant to a tax warrant of i+" -II I TOOTH PASTE 43'
Florida y,.. ra.r--IOMST.uars'OVltCIIYI ww>ow MKMB. 1
The Comptroller

Section under :the::.15.provisions Florida Statutes of- .. .--. ttY .SURF DETERGENT ;70ZS8e ::::::: :::: : :::::::
against I Bradford : -... '. ", .
Building Supply Inc. and :: '
the officers thereof, for the LiMli-Z ROIL i I II MerchaAts II II.M
collection of delinquent Ile- ?. /'/ .I". "...... .' :
<- ';'''' + I
taU Sales of Taxes$397.88.in together the amount LOOK =_ C Vllll ....,.r.,S.'<':;'''=: :' : 1..M..}.., ........'...rw t.YSRSM..y--.!f.'R.NC.,Y.,....::'.....A, .'.,...,..."'''' -._. "\. ... PKGS. WITH FOOD ORDER -" j' FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS Gat.VtmMPt I
,: : "' '''' -'' I
2. with Execution costs of issued collection.by the WHAT BUY... .I.": :; L.lJCEHERJJ.: I II \:,",-".. ;;I. ; GREEN STAMPS;
Circuit Court of Bradford .. WlTllIlilSCCUC>>lAMlIUIOIASIOf .
County. Florida in a cause a'r .,. i "OLt..
-:" ---' 1
wherein therein lately BestwaU Gypsum pending I E.'r"T'n :,rl.l... EXTRA FANCY mot- __j' f 1 ,\ I Johnson's 1

Company, a Maryland Corporation 15 OZ. CANS OLD GLO'nRAHD I GIO-COAT 44 :

Inc.Bradford, a was Judgment,, was defendant Building plaintiff against to Supply.said satisfy and- Pork & Beans I I LONG GRAIN \ FANCY GOLDEN DiANTAM:I ;:::M:Km:::10:MSf'-"IPS'/tIOIKIIVf'I&.Isr.::::!:z:.;:::::::.

1:defendant Execution for Issued$!811.76.by the I -' i Mtxckants 1
Small Claims Court of li
Itroward County. Florida In Kidney i Beans
a ing cause wherein therein lately Penninsular pend- I I I I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS .

Supply Company was plaintiff : I ; GREEN STAMPS ;
and Bradford Building ,
Supply to, satisfy Inc., was a judgment defendant f.1i Ai'; 1 Lb. Cup I

for $1 U.SS damages and I i TENDER. \ !I rr M.yfair t.
costs of 18.50have /
personal levied property upon the following i In the I I Beans SAVE" EARS ..M.AIOI.guo!--..nt wHitn:iUVS*IOH. .Want.....nW.KXi-_r,6CNa__...:
situatel '
buildings Street,located Starke, Florida,East said I I i iCa.U it I IBlack 4--rr--____-a____rr.bladanb __

property being described as: I I' I 8 .' ..
AH of the stock of goods, eyes j : 1--- -2.d il3iJ
wa'rl'5. and merchandise of j 1
Inc.. j ,
Bradford Building Supply. I .
.I t H 11
I .
and consisting of building materials i FREE EXTRA ,'.
including but not limited I j Early I June Peas LlMIT-2PLEASE'f' FI1M, RED RIPE TOMATOES I I
tools hardware, screens, windows r I ... TOMAT"OES 19 I WITH im cwroii ens rvKMX/ er :
:: c.
and the 0 .
;" C.. Lady Fair Large .
office fixtures equipment of said furnitureand Brail- :I I! SpaghettiA ,\: ..:... '' ... .". '.'...'.'.:=-:y.ijJJ IN CTN. OR PER LB. : ffi 16 Or
ford Building lac. i '- ANGEL FOOD RING 46
Sfpthe. / _..
As .the property ..S..aeoagw tO M.rr"OoI.CV4u." rev n e.aY- 1
Supply Laid ..... 6.5"3 .wwt.w.P
Bradford Building IS -
lJ'r -
1 !
and that on the 17th day of WASHING MIRACLE 11'81;'

'o'clock hours clock in of in the sale the,forenoon afternoon namely eleven and, on 0-1 IVORY LIQUID 1 12-OZ.. 35c COMET CLEANSER.-:/- 2' fi.33c..'. CASCADE DETERGENT >2EG. 45c PAPER TOWELS 2 ROLLS REG. 41c

day Bradford upon Building premises Supply.!of: said I DISHES 6 GLASSWARE SHINE WITH/ PRE-MEASURED DETERGENTS V ".....
at 301 East Call Street JOY '
will Bradford offer for County sale, and Florida sell: to If LIQUID .u.0z .35cTlDE REDI-PAKS- ,5V5:6z. 35c FABRIC I SOFTENER it82' 42c '. THRILL for dishes u.oz 65c
the highest bidder for cash in NOTHING CLEANS LIKE
hand, the above described prop- NORTHERN
Bradford Building Supply. Inc. DETERGENT MrrZE 85c LUNCHEON cr. LB.c .
said to satisfy executions.each of the afore-' NAPKINS 2 & : 27c MR., CLEANs 26.42. 69c. FLUFFO Shortenirig3 N 75c

P. D. REDDISH, Sheriff QUICK; LOW SUDS : f *
of Bradford County, > CLEANS J IN HALF THE TIME '- : -
Florida. _
5-2J It &-U r m SPJC & SPAN '
: It411.5 cimr 89J_! : SALVO TABLETS,: eiAnr79cTHURSDAY

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1 Alachua 'General Hospital. i I
I Mass. Their son Tommy Lots :3 & W 62' of Beg at XE Cor of
if you plan to go to conies- bridge, Mr. and :Mrs. Ross Bass Lot 4otflhk 15 in I '

KEYSTONE sion. Please be on hand at !I MELROSEContinued \ who is a sophomore ', and children from Bunnell L T & COS S/D % Mary: Colemaa / 9.23 SE W 4::35: ;of FtSS3O NE'j run Ft

, I Harvard University, will return : i: X 30 Ft of Lot 4 of to FoR then E 130:: -
8:10: am., and remember it visited ;Mr. and Mrs. J.rV. Blk )
,I isn't fair to duck in at 8:30: I I with them. 1 Slade and' Mr. and Mrs. C."L. t COS. SDW' -.: Alberta Watkins 5.36 Ft Ft X S 50 50 Ft Ft to W FOB 130 29 G 2: '' jo LelanBucltle i' .nil;: 1.11

HILITES and get in line just because Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moore of Lots 3 & 4 .
Lot in
Cor of .
( from Page 8)) I Bass.Mrs of Blk 27 in L T & -' Frances Sloum .'* '
there is a line. Mass is scheduled and children of Jacksonville I Ray Birt, and Mrs. L. COS SID Williams. f ,. 3.05 Lot 4 of KIk 5 100' _
to start at 8:30: and Father wards were presented to: Ellen spent the weekend with* Mr: E. Tanner of Florahome visited Lot T 2& of COS Blk SID 31 -in L -.:: Ethel Lloyd Dixon 8.73 W in Gaskin ADD Jamei'i\Thomai, 254*
i [Continued from Page 8] Dougherty has to drive Scott, valedictorian; Carol'' and Mrs. William E Moore Mr. Tanner in Palatka Beg 104' AV & 13: X
. 'I Lot 3 &: X 25 Ft of ; ? of SE Cor of XE'i -
:flowers. Top honors for the to Starke for 10 o'clock Mass Rot hhammer, salutatorian: 'i on Lake Rosa. I I Memorial Hospital last,Friday.Mr. Lot 4 of Bk 33 in :- I of XE',. X SO'. AV __
after. j O. D. of L. T. & COS' sn Emma hughes Est. 12.52 70', S !SO' E 70' to
immediately I Donald Williams; senior class Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley and Mrs. Cox ,
most attractive ones went to X 45 Ft of Lot 1 & beg 29 6 :21! ': Barney Spenca 4 ,i*
Mrs. Clemens and Mrs. Cooper. All High School Graduatesof president; Rita Tiller, school''|' ,of Tampa visited friends ; Akron Ohio. who, vacationedin S 25 Ft of Lot 2 of ': i iIda ..

1962 who attend Mass in spirit award; Donald Williams in MUrose Saturday on their the Campbell cottage have Elk l7inL&T Tract A of Westpine
COS SID Pjmmons SID *x K ISO' 29 6 22- \WThomas 1J 1j
Keystone or Starke or St. and Margaret Slade, best all- Detroit Mich. for the returned home. AgL 8.49 Coin
Following the business, the t way to- ,- X 50 FtofLot 2 of 1 at XW cor of
Mary's in Macclenny will hon. Elk Wes-tpine S It runS
round; :Margaret Slade, summer. i 4TIIILT& I
hostesses, Mrs. A. A. Chapman j 33.9t for POB
*.*' and Mrs. Sam Gardner, have their baccalaureate Ser- orary science award; and Don- i| Mrs. S. G.. Smith and son ;; TRINITY EPISCOPAL W:4 of Blk 47 in L Jb.ztl I Williams 14.17 W 125: Ft. S 100 Ft -

vice on Sunday: Morning at :: aid Williams and Carol Roth-i left to attend' the graduation CHURCH MELROSE T & COS'; S/D rl1ma Hughes Est 8.73 EI2IFt.NlOOFt ,"
refreshments and ; -
a social to POD for
Il/W iI'
: Lots :2 of Blk 43 in L ex
St. Edward's I & JoT
hour was enjoyed. hammer; proficiency in American of her daughter who is stay- & COS S/D -- 5.64 City 29 6 22 .Ii.4 wjnnas f: :C6
will Holy Days 10 a. M.. Holy .
Vacation Bible School Starke at 10 a.m. They history awards. ing with her grandmother.: I Lots 1. 2: 3 &: 4 of Lot 2 in Great OaksSD UenoelCorn
Following Sundays 10 a. m. Church 1lk7 & DIkSex G i 39
be in and gowns. had made the
caps Students who
Mrs. E. B. Stewart. in Salisbury -! at XW Cor of NE' ,
The First Baptist Church of School. 11:45 Lots 5. 6. 8, S, 12 in ': '
| Mass, they and their parents honor roll the entire I' a. m. Morning 4 of XWrun E .
Keystone Heights will conducta year N. C. They will return L T & COS ADD jr E. K. Ferryman 12.04
will enjoy breakfast at were presented certificates of Prayer and Sermon (First Lots 89.. 10. 11 of ,- $40 S 285'! to S
in .
Bible School starting on a side of Canal for frOB.
1 in : Sunday Holy Communion] Blks 19 in LT.. &
the Garden Restaurant, merit. Lloyd Baldwin was the f : Cont S 135',
Friday, June 14 from 2 to 4 Mrs. R. G. Mitchell of Jacksonville CODD ",
Ef K. Ferryman 4.59 \V
Starke.Personals. who has made p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. 356' to Canal Ely
only Blk
one Lots 13. &: 14. of -
pjn. This will be PreparationDay. recently visited Mr. i Along Canal 3SO to -
I A's. Students who 24InLT.&COS 22 Leota iT. McQueen 7 117B..g
straight FOB 33 6
The Bible School will and Mrs. J. A. Lassiter. '
j ADD Lester J. Prevail 67.47
I Mrs. Robert Dobb and Mrs.! made all A's and B's include: L Communion. at XR Cor of XW'i -
run through the week of June Mrs .Jerry Black and daughter The W 56 Ft of Lot -3 &: of XW'i & run -
1 F ReT Lee W.
George Blue are patients at I Marlene David Gaboar- Heaton.
Odom W FtofN'of
j S 3 1.5' W 361.5'
17-21 from 8:30 till 11:30 of Indiana arrived Tues -
: a.m.
I I II Vicar I ,
( the University of Florida di Bill Harris, Pamela Mas- Lot 9oflJlkl9 in X 261.5' E 361.5' to ,
Officers will be Mrs. Anna- I day for a visit with Mrs : TemplE'sdd I J. &. Bell 17.45 FOB SI 6 22 24 Jacqueline A. Moorer 3485:
Health Center in I ton, Sara Baldwin, Jean Live- Lots 1. 2. 3 of Bll-y i *
belle Anthony, Principal; Mrs. Black's son-in-law and daughter THE RIGHT POINT
II Because of the time lapse,i ly, Donna Marsh, Ellen Scott, I 20 In Temples AD ft A. W. Masters 31.90 MERRILL Kt>WARDS

Billy Stanley, Nursery Superintendent friends who would like to i' Carol Rothhammer, Bonnie \ Mr. and. Mrs. Vance way yn writ Owne in and Lots 5. 6, 7 & 8 /ofBlk TAX CITY COLLECTOR:
; Mrs. Robert En- j i Powell. ietect jour:favorite ESTER- 1 in City P,.rfc 5-9 41 5-30 _
mail them cards or messages Nazworth, and Margaret SID Mack Futch 7.63
nis Beginners' Supt.: Primary j John Tyler is home after BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-I I
asked send
of cheer are to I
Superintendent Mrs. Floyd!, Slade. spending several days in the GRAPH. I --t _-
them to their homes.Mrs. of .
Letters from the office
Gilrie; Mrs. J. R. Smith. Junior -..; ---.
Superintendent Mrs. Lois Edith Thornquist, who i Gov. Farris Bryant were presented 1 ,
has been seriously ill at A- to students who ShOW- NOTICE. : -,

Williams, Intermediate Supt.: lachua General Hospital in! ed outstanding academic results Notice is hereby gin-no that the followingdescribed' lands AREA BUSINESS S DIRECTORY
Ralph Copeland, Music Director will be sold at Public Auction at J2:00. o'clocknoon. on the ,th I. 'J I
Gainesville is home
; Mrs. :Mike Funder- I on the 9th grade achievement day of :June. A.D., 1963.: at the City Hall. City of Starke, '
this week. The prayers and 1 tests. They were: ty of Bradford. State of Florida, to pay the amount due tax- '' .
burke, Secretary; and Mrs. es herein set opposite of -
same, together with all costs ,-
of auch
good wishes of all their Steve : __
A. G. Loudon, refreshments '' Kenneth Tomlingon, sale and advertising. I -I _

chairman.All I friends have been an inspiration Morris, Mike Weeks, John Allen r -

Keystone Heights child- I to Mrs. Thornquist and :| Jean Lively. Sara Bald Deseriptloi of land S T R A Owner Amount and of TItu.1 AUTO F/ftAKES AUTO UPHOLSTERYL. \\]FURNITURE i i !Motorcycles-Scooters:

I her sister, Mrs. Ruth Ohlson. win, and Pamela Maston. I tf
"a I
ren of any denomination are W i of SB Cor of
cordially invited to attend. I I Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Holt! Perfect attendance certificates Sec and run W 105 Streit's

Senior Class Trip : spent the week of May 20-25 i, were presented to Marian Ft tina FOB. run Hull ls Brake Supply & S. Auto Trim Home Beautiful Bicycle Shop
X 103; Ft, W 105 e
I at Montreat N. C. visiting II ] Rita Tillsr Cushman AVespa Scooters
The Senior Class of Keystone Fredriksson, Ft, S '105 Ft, E 105 : .- .. ,
Heights High School i I relatives and friends, and get-j I Virginia Ford, Carol Rothhammer Ft. to POP 20 6 25"' LesterjPrevatt- : 5Lester" $"i.6t' "W4AKE SPECIALISTS"For Complete Auto Upholstery Furniture Co. Ducati BS.Y-Zundapp

ting their summer home ready II i Mike Wallace, Diane Alderman Com at SE CV of fee Tailor Made Seat Covers Motorcycles- Sales & Service
and their
chaperones arrived i' & run W Slo',Ft for '; COMPLETEDECORATING
I for vacation days for their Mike Every Car or Truck SCHWINN BICYCLES
Cathy Webster. Convertible
home from their Class Trip j a FOR run V 195 .. Tops
children and grandchildren. J Beckham, Carson Johntry, Ft.. W :210! Ft. S T'. min- Grinding Relining 603 N. W. 8th. Avenue SERVICE Locksmith &: Safe Work
on Saturday afternoon May
10$ Ft, E 210 Ft' to
We ate grateful to our i Robert Mc- Vast Selection Of Nationally 6613 \\'. Ave.
25, after a wonderful time, Steve Morris POT 20 6 22 .'/. While You Wait Gainesville 372-8661 University!
from all reports. The Class friend and neighbor, Margaret : Guire Harold West, Bill LotS of Blk 2in Preyatt ,. 12.27 Known Brand Names Gainesville 376-7761

Muir, who lent us her type Ormsbee, Gregg Huff and Sunny Acres S/D Alberta Tyson %,5 fl314 S. Main Gainesville GUARANTEED PRICKS .
went to Atlanta, Ga. by car Com of W sideof -
and made their headquartersat writer on Monday, when ours Janelle Weaver. Outstanding nd 200-200 Ft- X ; 872-1497 BEAUTY SCHOOL Assurance of Satisfaction 'MUSIC SUPPLIES

was being hard to get along i iI j awards went to Barbara Card, from S Liine of SKi CONVENIENT TERMS
the Alamo Plaza Motel
I ] of SWU & run
there. They visited Grant. with.We I Wayne Allison, Bill Harris, N 204 FtV 21 ..65'.J Learn Complete Beauty Culture FREE PARKING Gridley Music

Park and saw the Cyclorama, are always happy to see'; Eddie Rothhammer. Chuck s 1ItH1' R to FOB AUTO SALES & SERYICELlXCOL.'X Girls Women :Men 1703 N. Main St. Gainesville

William and Georgia O'Con- :', Reed, and David Allison. or BIt 21 Pg: 571 21 6 2% 1 Carl M. Ritch 85.54: Tuition Budgeted Co, Inc.
the Museum and the Zoo
; j'
I Panl Des or Bk 17- .
their'regular MERCURY
they visited Stone Mountain I nor Mhen they make Vocational agriculture instructor 173 %1' 6 ,!2. Sam Williams et al 1J8.61 FREE PLACEMENT CENTRAL '&/>RIDA'S

Park and rode the Sky Lift, \isits to Mr. and Mrs. i I Oscar Baldwin, pre- Lot 10 1 in thru X Reno 6 of'S/D Blk Leslye:: Best & POMET FIAT :JIETCOR Special Brush-Up Courses GARDEN SUPPLIES Complete Music Stork

N. Hardenbergh, on their ,, sented the Merit Award for Inez Hightower ilL.27
and took the railroad rade a- Lot3ofBlk 2OinN Pianos by Baldwin, Storey Si

round the mountain. One day I way north or south. The 0- Mechanics; Public Speakingand I Reno S/D Sally 'P. Williams 2.55 ,Authorized Sales-Service- Central Hairstyling Clark, Henry L. Miller

'Connors visited the Harden- Star Chapter Farmer; Lot 1 of Blk 1 In Ga- Parts
they went shopping and one I Johnson
& Paris Inc. Fisehek
evening they took in an a- bergh's last weekend, enroute and:! Star Greenhand Award j Lot hagan SID ", a;:; :. :., i: Floyd Pickens 2.55 Trained Mechanics-Good College ,
8 of Blk 1 in Oahajan : Organs by Baldwin & Conn
from their winter home in' to Jimmy Matchett, Carson S/D ex R/W "Aaron Hon. f:;. Complete Line of
musement park. They also ate Y' ml 2.55Williet Used Cars Gibson & fretch! Guitars-
218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville SEEISl'LANTSFERTILIZERS
West Palm Beach to their and David Burkhalter Lot -
in some classy restaurants, I Johntry. 10 in Blk 3 in Ga- ,. Amplifiers
Norfolk. hagan S/D Green.r \ 2.55 3764105BUILDING
summer home in respectively. '"* -
and as may be expected, got Com 860 K & :50' X Insect idWiio-II..t 1004 N. Main
very little sleep. They were Conn. I The award day program was of SW Cor'of XWi; '' ', !' Barkley Motors Rent Supplk'"We Gainesville! Shopping Center
of S\V 4. X 100% K Fertilizer Spreaders"
four days. We congratulate four girlsof ;I followed by a "hooftennany, '
50', S 100'. W 50' 615 N. Main GainesvilleB MATERIALS
224 N. W. 8th Ave.PhONE .
the 9th grade at KHS who j featuring dancing New and UsedPIANOS
Class members on the trip j s q u to FOB 22 6 2S Willie Lee Pare :24.75! -

Included Dianne Brokas, Bar- scored in the upper 12 per:j, choral singing, boy's quartet Com 86', E & 30f 372-0476

bara Drake, Marguerita Float, cent in the State of Floridain pantomime act, and folk X of SW Cor of XAV'i Gainesville, Fla. Ol'lTlRSURU11SSIIEE'1
I of SWN & G Motors Co. Roof
Mary Ann Schaeffer, Nancy : their Achievement Tests. dancing. The program was directed 220' for FOB, E Ridgway MUSIC

Sutton, Billy Carnes Bill !I They were Renee Belote. Carol by Mrs. Harry Jackson 100', X 50' W 109'' ,' First Mts Corp .' Budget TermLillian's /

Flakes, George Leath, Chuck I 1 Warren, Norma Valldejuli, and i\i with tht assistance of Mrs. S 50' to POB 22 6 22 of'Stuart & 20.61 CADILL.CJ.JSIOBlLEFS5I : Truss Co. INSULATIONROOFINGAll
Parcel Dsc in DB XX-
Pardee and Ivan Starke. j 1 Janie McMurtry. Governor.'I' Donna McCrae and Margaret 441 22 8 22 Johnny Lane %.% LL.L1Sales American Music Store

Chaperones were Mrs. Laura i, Farris Bryant will personally :, Slade. Parcel Desc in DB 8.- > Wood Trusses & "GainesviQe Leader".

Mayo, and George M. Schaeffer. congratulate them. We should I I The Junior Beta Club was 443: 22 I 22 Walter West 2<' 83 and Service Prefabricated Components [Insulation & RoofingCO. Since 1933
Lot 6 of Blk 2Nat
also congratulate our elemen- host to the Senior Beta Club I Williams S/D Lottie Mae Reynolds 409i Any Size Free Estimates 112 S. E. First GalnesvilU'

Daughters of the Nile tary school faculty at KHS, Friday evening at the home of Lots 19 & 22 of Blk ',\1' | i *. 2001N., W..' 13th. Rt,- 441. 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. I -E

Attend Festivities hose instructional program their sponsor, Mrs. Clarence j 2 in Xat Williams PHONE 876-7315 372-3961-Collect" Call New Roofs Shinglesor MOVER
I SID ; Elizabeth Givens f' 7.6J Built-Up
Keystone Heights membersof produced such good i Holden. at Swancrest. Mrs. R. \ Lot in NWli .of 'i "

the Daughters of ,the Nile Speaking of good elementary S. Mullin of Gainesville, a SW'4 a* Desc in Roof Cleaning & Repairs Gainesville
teachers at KHS. we always DB 70 Pg 301 ex Crane Motor Co. CEMENT: Fiberglass Insulation
attended the festviities for the former teacher at Melrose. R/W in Xt WiV John & f : Mayflower '

ladies at the Morocco Temple think of Miss Emma was guest at the event. hams S/D 23 t 21 Annie Willlans! 4.05 Blown or Batt 1
Kate Mansfield. While Emma j LARK ANGLIA Contractor or Retail LOCAL AND WsO
Shrine Ceremonies: in Ocalaon I Personals Coin at SW Cor o( ,<
Friday and Saturday, May I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Neefus, E 400 Ft, X 400 *: STEPPING STONES And
she did her turn back 376-4336 Storage Cr&.tlngi
24 25. The Ocala Shriners I E 250 for POB .
Mr. and Mrs. James Dogherty Ft :_
MERCEDES BENZ -\'OL\'O.If It's Cement We Cast It" 2314 N.E. Gainesville Gainesville
there in the 3rd. 4th. and 5th i font E 250 Ft. S 19th Dr. i Phone 376-5721
had arranged special activities and sons from Ormond Beach
grades when there were two i I 100 Ft. W 250 Ft, Authorized Sales & Service Cement i
for the members. : sptnt Sunday with Mr. andL X-100 Ft to POB ex
or three grades in a room. 1 C 2! Leonard Peterson 6.3! r Security Transfer
W 100' 23 *
Those who accompaniedtheir I Mrs. W. Neefus. i, Precast Products I JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
[Now we have two sections of i! W 50' of X !S3.7.V:; of" "Complete ,Service for All
husbands to Ocala were some grades- and only one Mrs. R. M. Cason is home I S J36.25': of W% of 2033 N. E. 27th .\ve. Guinesiille I I & Storage Inc.

Vesta Aiken, Ruth Mitchell, j after spending several days II SWU of SW', ex Makes"506E. Mops & Mopping Equipment t!: ,
to a room]. We can never forget i R/W 22 6 22 Pioneer Finance'Co.126.19 PHONE 372-0933; AGENTS FOR
-- -- ------ -
Ruth Pangborn. Phyllis Hus- !I in the Glendale Hospital in University Ave. Brooms Brushes
i Com
what she did for our two I at cot ;:
sey; Dell Haynor, Ronnie Har- And Palatka. d. i wN 500'. E %00' I I. Washes Cleaners! FOGARTY BROS,
children in those days.
denbergh, Helen Kennedy I Mrs. Irma Wilkes and chUd- 1 for POB. E 50', X r<, r' t, PHONE 372-434S Rest Room Supplies TRANSFER Inc.
so we are happy to note that 100' W50', S.10Q' -- CONCRETE PRODUCTS \
Mittie Haynes, Juanita Belote.: ren of New Smyrna Beach to POB being oh La- THE Local & Long Distance Moving
the annual] has Gainesville Fla.DODGEDART
1963 Indian [ ,
22 6 22 Emanuel Pope f :27.57:!
Griffin spent the weekend with Mr. mar St. Crr1ingStomgePaekIngPhone
Gloria Murrhee Sara ., .
been dedicated "with deepest Don MacClellan Co..
Cem at XW Cor of :
and Lynnie Schroeder. and Mrs. Clarence Ashley and 376-2666
sincerity to a woman who has I SWtf of SW>4 '&:;' 4 ._ INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
-- Others who attended the family. j I run S 160 Ft for a Janitorial & Maintenance 1040 So. Main Gainesville
devoted unselfishly her time CONCRETE PRODUCTS
i E 20& t
POB then
Ik festivities in Ocala on the and efforts to the growth and j I Miss Doris Ford spent the Ft. S '50 Ft run W 200 / DODGE TRUCKS ARE THE BEST FROM Supplier NEON SIGNS

weekend were Wally and Mil- improvement of our school. I! weekend in Altamont Springs I'' Ft X 50 Ft to POB 22 6 22 Raleigh Cot: i"T S.68 1315 N. W. 4th. Place

r ly Muhlhofer, Bert and Gena In humble recognition of a with Mr. and Mrs. Haines and Com ex RI at/'"XW Cor of Sales-Pa.rtsServiceUSED Edwards Building Gainesville 372-2723 Jeffcoat
,. Christoffers Jennings and of SW'4 & ,,,",
well done thank SWVi :
job we you.
r son.Mrs. run S 210 Ft, E 100 : ; : CARS TOO Inc. Neon
*' : Georgia Murrhee, Les and Miss Emma Kate Mansfield! O. T. Robinson is, home Ft for a POB mi.1O0Ft.F.259Ft, :' Supply, Signs

t Frances Stephenson, and Roy i 'One of the KHS Senior after spending: a week in Miami S; __ LADIES WEAR NEON PLASTIC PAINTED

and Ruby Tyre. Also the husbands Girls, Marguerita Float, has with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. toPORiLotinsECorot X 109 Ft, W 239 Ft.,.M",. "% Linnie Ty om et-al 8.14 Foole-Gable Motors 726 S. Main-372-4844 Neon Designing Neon Repairs

of the above mentioned in Hearn, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, Fla. F n.rtlng'falnJt"nanfft:
won first prize an essay 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Cherry'sGainesville's

Daughters of the Nile: Buster contest sponsored by the Florida -I Jake Roberts, and Mr. and I EV, 'of :XE! i of SW-' : .*. PHONE 372-4S4S 1 1611 S. :Main ,__- Gainesvilla

Aiken C. E. Mitchell Don Mrs. B. E. Hearn, Jr., and in being 100' X & Most Fashionable|
Historical Society. For her I S by 50' E i W 22 C 22. Elizabeth J. Given, .. 16.37 ELECTRIC MOTORS Phone Day 372-0302
- Pangborn. Ed Hussey. Earl I essay on the History of Melrose -I :Bradenton with Mr. and Mrs. E 3of S4 of *SEtt Address For Ladies :SUP 372-8897

Haynor, Wat Hardenbergh, S. I she has won $50. She has ;i D. G. Kelbert.i \ of SW 4 of'SW'4 32 6 22 3C.. A. Crum S.32 AUTO SALVAGE I DRESSES-SeITS--COATS

E. Kennedy, M J. Haynes, I also been awarded the schol'-i Mrs. Walter Wilson will Lot Bradford 5of_ Blk Hts 2 s/u_ ,in Electric Motor MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Bill Belote, Jennings Murrhee, arship given by the Clay 1 open a Pooch-Parlor, a beauty er: S 110' Jacqueline A. :Moorer '.23 I I

Hugh Griffin and F. W. ,County Teachers' Association. : salon for dogs and other pets. \V of 40 Ft E1,of of N 105 XWi Ft; ; Rogers & Mabla Paul's Auto Salvage Repair Co. 105 W. University Gainesville1 Parker'sGainesville's

Schroeder. Marguerita. who entered KHS I|. in Gainesville this week.: of SE\i of SEll %8' 22 Battle' "- 10.77W14 We' ,Buy Wrecked Cars At OF GAINESVILLE, INC. ,!!I Mont Complete Ofj .
Lions Need A Home during her sophomore year, ,!, Mrs. Susie Williams and of SEt of SEiJ :: 4 Percy" Sullivan' -. 1J.34 j fire Equipment L Machine

The Keystone; Heights Lions I. has been a cheer leader for Mrs. Mary Peacock: and son, Blk of A XEU ex 1 ex Lot E on SO S 28 8 TOP PRICES COMPLETE ELECTRIC MATERNITY WEARNan's Store.

Club held their regular monthly two years, played basketball :| Eddie Ray, of LaBelle left Side, being 220 FtE&WbyZi.7.Ft All Makes & Models Used MOTOR Complete Office Planning

business meeting at the one year has been in 4-H1. Saturday after spending two N&Son ,\V site Parts SALES AND SERVICE Underwood Products

Clay Electric conference club, belonged to the Beta i weeks with Mrs. Williams' by 84.7 Ftl t S .' -'},,-../-k'; -_ '-- Teletype Smice-.We will find "Distributor of Stork Shop 601 W. University Ave.

room. Eye Bank Chairman Club for three years, being brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ins nEside SID in Bland- -* Virginia:
George Schaeffer reportedfour President in her Senior Year., and Mrs. John Tyler. of Lot 8 t All 'J "i-..*.._ '% ';'. .-i Phone 3 6-4512 372-8318 Spwial ,
Eye-Wills from I Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon Kel- .' 5.. ..s % Etery Day Sportswear;
more She has been on the Annual: Lot 9 of Blinding -4 t 1301 S. Main Gainesville ROOFING
I in Palatka.Mr. S/D 1." Juntas'U.' Smith 50.79 1030 S. Main Gainesville Formal*-Long Dresses, Slim
Mrs. Margaret T. Wolff Robert \ I Staff, in the Junior Class ley spent Tuesday ', : _
Mrs. Edith Fennety,' and Mrs. John W. [ Lots 10, 11 ex.YT 200' Jim Shorts Matching Tops The Helzel Co.
Wolff her
I play, been secretary of Lots 12. 13. 14 of -:10;" l:&....
and Ralph D. Sample. class a member of Student Strawn are at their summer' Blk C in BUndinr .;\ _' :- FLOOR COVERINGCentral BABY GIFTS S ROOFING

The Lions are in need of a Council, and has been Home- cottage in Highlands, N. C.l Lot 5/Dex 13 t W 14 ISO't part of .-' : 114 So. Main Gainesville SHEET: METALS

building to call home. Does I' coming Queen attendant. She and will go on to Wyandotte.Mich. ofBlkCEofCreek f_' FOR THE BEST IN

know of a suitable & W 8 f ditch \ T Virginia W. Smith 11.23 RECAPPINGCars AIR DONDITIONINO
anyone has been voted the best looking Florida Tile 1IEX'S'STOltE
No Job Too Or Too Small
Mr. and Val Givens Lots 5 &Tot Blk Large
building? Mrs. .. Trucks Tractors
of her class, as well u I '- .
in"orig Town of
202 S. E. St. Gainesville
The next meeting will be a most intellectual Good work, |I from Gainesville"recently mov-, Starke :Mrs. W. T. Marshall 58.20 100% Grade A Cold Rubber &- Marble Co. H.: M. Chltty & Co. I'HONH 372-1491

dinner at the Masonic Hall on e to their summer home on Blk 14 ex Hoover lot Factory Trained Recapper CARPETS BY .
Marguerita I. In SE cor in Ori* :Bradford Building SINCE 1902
Monday. June 10. at 6:45 p.m. Lake Santa Fe. Town of Starke' -- Supply Inc. 15600 English Tire & Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, PHOTO SHOP .

This will be the last "Ladies FIRST BAPTIST I Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Malt- ,. E 70 Ft of Lot Sof ... Downs Curlec Suits

Night" of the fiscal year, and I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I by of Palatka spent Thursday Blk Town of 27 Stark-Original: . ... .: Recapping Room Size-Wall to Wall. _.Arrow, Norrk Casual Shirts I Fuller's Foto, Inc.

tthere will be an installation I with Mr. and Mrs'Ray Birt. I' R/TV A. W. :Masters } J2.99 InstallationArmstrong i Underwear
__ 1111 S. Main Street Central
of new club officers. I J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph i Mrs. Albert Durrell of Jack- Com on X: side of ,.. ,'-" ," and Kentile -Stacy Adam Nuna- Florida's Finest
Madison St where it ", ,;. ;,' :>.c Gainesville 372-2197 Busch Shges. Selection of
sonville visited her
Junior Senior Prom of Music
Minister -
Copeland Floor Coverings
side of .
Saturday evening an ad i I and church organist., Jaw _and sister Mr.brother-in-I I inter Court" E St *' run E /1. ...... .... --... <-. COMPLETE LINES OF Stetson & Mallory Hat. New & Used Cameras

Infinitum will be the Jun- Sunday School R. M. Vickers. recently. JOt Ft X 105 FtV 1 S.E. First St. GainesvillejMONUMENTS Photographic Equipment Si
- I 22 Ft 7 in X 40 FtN2PtW40Ft Automatic Transmissions
ior-Senior Prom for Key- Worship Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. ,, I Supplies
9:45: a. m. Morning 1540 Waldo Rd. G'vill 376-6408,
stone High School Juniors 16:50 a. m, Training Union. Storer left Sunday for Cam- then Wly con 52 Ft 5>.4-.V Blanc & White Finishing
to Court $t then S-I Ii ,' In Before Noon--Out a t 5
and Seniors. The Juniors 7:00: p. m. Evening services 125>i ft'io FOB 23 6 22 E K. Ferryman S1.S3; .
'" ONE DAY SERVICEALL 619 W, University Gainesville
have worked very hard on 8:00 p. m. Yeu are invited to |I ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Dsrr1ptiv Bf : e.!;:W, AMABK" .f ......., FARM & INDUSTRIAL \ Gainesville l Granite f| **"

.. their plans for the decorations share family Prayer time witi'I CHURCH' I I lmi 'J T R -AQrtmrr.' '" and C.its 1rAKES-REPAIR {TYPEWRITERS
ComatNWorof: -I I & Marble Works .
the Masonic Hall the ,I "
I of us. Call i BaySts, AND EXCHANGE ("" T """

scene of the prom. The Junior- ,: Summer Schedule: .8 a. mt run X !6.55"Ft, W CEMETERY MONUMENTS :Hancock Typewriter

a Senior Banquet will be held i COSDIUXITY CHURCH service each ''Sunday morning. 1t24' Ft far FOB Gator Automatic Central Tractor Co,. & MARKERSLettering

.run X M.J1 Ft. Wly J ", "' "'; FCRD TRACTORSFord
at St. William's Recreation Keystone Heights Fla. First Sunday, Holy Eucharist, 155.77 Ft. Sly 78 Ft ; & Cleaning Exchange

Hall preceding the prom. 9:30 a. InOther Sundays, I Ely 155 Ft to POB 2* 0 22 W. J. Studstill Sl.3!, Transmission Service Farming Implements Domestic & Industrial llarblis <9

This will be a- big night for Sunday School. 9 a. mIornlng Morning Prayer and Sermon. W of 6r Blk of 1'in Lots J Lor&.4 ---,.' .. ... .% Agricultural Industrial Granite JOHN HANCOCK

the kids. I Worship' 10 a Jn. Intermediate .I '- Daily" office.: 8:30: a.m. to 5 & c.' s/n ; j. .. ,carri.. Colemaa.-. :; I'I'I INC. Complete Service & Parts Dept Coffee Tables Counters- Victor. R. C. Allen Clary

News" From St. William's Group and Senior :' pin. E'ofLotsl&Sof -- .. Good Used Equipment ,Fireplaces ,'Regna-Sale* 4t Service
1 for June.i i Blk 18 Ja L .T & '._ "- S "$ :' "-", -- .. 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) 4483,N. W. 6th. Gainesville
S.- You are urged to come a. Group suspended Holy Eucharist' Wednesday COS SID i ) -,J C lt'aA-: ....,, 11.61 2135 S. E. 4th St. 431 N. Main GainesvilleP.GE

little early Sunday morning July and August. : _tt., .lO-a-m- ; I ..5 ,: 1{ 4--1; Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 PHONE 376-5430' GaInesv1lle36-61I. ,; *I 1iiii "S76535t'
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<'V-, --MAY sCl96J- ; :BR DFOID? "'rourly.-TrltGn.\; tt-\RKt. nohmA( PACE ELEVEN
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rrtt..r..n.v..n honoring their 75th. anniversary -

at the church Wednes- n z"s 4v :. 180 aIFfS VMfl1PI
HAMPTON day evening last week. its z

The program featuring W- .T A.

By Mrs. D. E. Hill MU work since 1888, was giv- : 1V'
en by Odessia Melton, Joyce
r* VT ? TTTTTTTTTTT Conklin and Myrtle Ann Hin- rf rt HJN!

League Softball son. Corsages of gardenias

Now Includes Hampton gieen, lavender, and white
Hampton ribbon WMU and GA colors,
Men's softball Ne1NJWC tA
team were presented to the women. am'
played its first league t
games this week against the Refreshments of cake candies 'j i & Idk.

Independents and punch were served afteri "'; ; ,>, "' ", :. ,, ,. ,,
at .' : : ;
Brooker Tues- the program. I # i,t..,"v'>.4""<"" '",,,,t,_'.:,",.',,,,,..),<",, ->",,,.,,,,. .,;" ",;" ..';',h.-<,-: '<.,<.'__,.'''_",' 1.J
day night, and against Gar-
den Restaurant at Starke I GAs from Hampton Baptist I .
Church attending the New '
Tsursday evening at 8:45: p.m.j ver Baptist Association Ri-I -' FOR EVERY DIME YOU SPEND at WINt .DIXIE
Friday night this week.

Lawtey Hampton at is Lawtey scheduled at 8:45: to p.m.play. I: of GAs Debra last Hicks Saturday, Melody included May, I Li I i V -, \ if-,&: '" "'";,:,1-., ''t"...,.:...

Thursday next week they play I I Shannon Deborah Hill Cox, Elaine Debbie Young-Carter ; ". -
Level at Brooker at 8 I
p.m.; and Friday, June 7. Ter-I. blood Katie Ann Thomas, c Ccn
rell's Gulf at Starke at I Marla Jean Mosher Becky D 0 R y
Newman, Wendy Hill, Lor-
pm.Last I raine Sandra
weekend Hampton I Sparkman
Moore, and Pat Raley. Coun- Quantity Rights Reserved t \
played Fairbanks two exhibi-
selors are Mrs. Lawton Young- Prices Good Thru June a : n e .
tion games Saturday and Sun-
blood and Mrs. Horace Sr" .
day afternoons. Hampton won r > A< .au' \\
The outing including a program I COPYRIGHT-tillS
both games, Saturday 14-10, i
swimming and lunch
155. Earlier Sun-
and Sunday
i I was held at the Kingsley Lake
day afternoon, the men'steam I a -
home of Mrs. Leila Mundy. 1/ w 3. *: 3L
I i
played tbe younger boys +II I! Personals I Small Smoked
under 16 year old, and thebo's : *
I Mr. and Mrs. William .Cranford -
won 8-6. and family moved last I ;
Fans have been enthusiastic t weekend from Hampton to I II'
about attending< practice game ;
es the last few weekends and I'' their former home In Virginia. H M. 5

Hampton residents are encour- Making the trip to Virginia GO E E TG RA
with them were Mr. and Mrs.
aged to attend and supportthe
local team in league play. J. M. Childs. The McClellan ,
BUS Graduates I family moved:. from the house SHANK I .>,
next to the postoffice to the
Hampton seniors who grad- ti
Childs' house last weekend.Mr. -: PORTION x
uate from BUS next week Include .
Aletbia Williams, daughter and Mrs. Martin Mo- l BD IlnE i9 .1 rr \" .
sher left Monday for Mata- (>,, ,' .I
Williams -
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ; LB :> J
; Frances Lott, daughter moras Pa. to, spend the sum Z;" "" :
of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Lott; mer months. \ (
Barbara Johns, daughter of Johnny Moore underwenteye FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND AGRICULTUREWhole or Butt Hair r '' :?

Mrand Mrs. A. P. Johns; surgery recently at the _X .

David Allen son of Mr. and I University Medical Center in S 1 8 8 e REG. 980 SUNNYLAND CENTER or BREAKFAST
Gainesville and returned tea LB ;
lord Mrs.Parker E. D., eon Allen of;Mrs and Onard Bu- home last week. < s

Mrs. J. W. Horne returned Sliced Ham LB.19
Parker. ,'
Jimmy Williams, son of :Mr. home from the hospital Sunday .
and Mrs. Frank Williams of I following an operation

ton Gainesville resident and, graduates former Hamp-from I Dog the previous Vaccination week.Set Roast LB. 49; REG. 299. HORMEL BONELESS '.*

Gainesville High School this .: For Saturday, June 8 e C 3 lB $49 I
A veterinarian will be at the an' am ; CAN
month also. LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT : Lb.Jf; w "
Hall '
PTA Helps Purchase Hampton City on Saturday -

Audio-Visual Equipment June 8, between 9 and REG. 290 COPELAND Pickle, Olive' Liver I j > .
School 10 a.m. for the purpose of t"I
Hampton Elementary Rib
3 91
LB. E 49
PTA cost agreed of the to pay audio-visual part of the I j bies.Effective vaccinating dogs against ra- s PKGS.

June 15, all dogs
equipment for the school, at EXTRA LEAN FRESH GROUND
the PTA meeting in the school found on the streets of Hampton REG. 39* TARNOW CHIPPED (PLUS 50 EXTRA STAMPS) NOT NOT BUT

auditorium last Thursday without proper rabies tag D 6 s.g THIS THIS THIS ; ,,
evening. May 23. will be ,picked up and takento f 3 I lB. $1 l2ee! f or H am..J PKGS. D.
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the Starke dog pound Dee PKG. '
The equipment, including a : :
projector screen and tape recorder where they will be kept for a ,. I Itli J I /.: ..
of four not I FRESH WHOLE HALF '
period daysIf or 4 :.
was purchased for a .. .. ,
total cost of $704, accordingto claimed in this time they will :\>. k I 49 SMALL MEDIUM JUMB345SIZE 1
Per LB.
Principal Charles E. Fran- be done away with.Enforcement t bOnS. i 35-SIZE 27-S1ZE WESTERN :
of this law is d"
cis. Of this amount Mr. Fran-
cis said the state pays 45 percent necessary to control stray- + 1s::
leaving a local balanceof dogs in Hampton. \
$387. $187 was paid by the ;: } si\siJv; Ng'S2 ; 8. FROZEN FOOD CAALOUPESIt
rrrrm.yrv.rvn.rnr'GRAHAM I .
local school general fund t l '. ;.'. .... ,. ;
$100 by the Hampton Recreation tfv. 'j';" () ..f I (,/. ,.t. :" >. >. .
fund, and $100 by the I It >' MORTON Chicken, Beefy Turkey, Salisbury! Horn, Meat loaf ti

PTA. The equipment has been By Richard Cain ::"' ; 0 Dinners. 2. FOR 89 Vine-Ripe $
ordered he said, and is expected ,\ 1en? .
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this week. -
to arrive ,
Francis expressed his Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Griffis 1..' ......- .'- ry F
Mr. : MORTON Chocolate, Banana, Lemon, Coconut, Neapolitan l.- R FOR
appreciation to the PTA for of Palatka were visiting his Y I iI

the purchase of the meat sllcer mother, Mrs. Nellie Griffis, ,, B FOR
for the. school cafeteria Sunday. w I .

earlier this year, and play Mr, and Mrs. Dick Cannonof ..... v.. uIIIRr.f
thanked parents for their cooperation I weekend guest, of her parents,
with the school Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish. Nothing brings out the V lemonade 8 6-oz.CANS $1. Fanc" COFfl EAR 51
the The Graves and Abernathy f
personnel during year. fresh flavor like real creamery .
Rodney Hall, school board reunion was held at Gold
member from this district. Head Branch State Park Sun. butter PRIDE OF LARGE, GREEN STALKS

told of the school survey made day. Quite a few folks from Limit i 1 with 5.00 V t. f jrries; 5 : $1 2. 291
Ce'ery FOR
by the PTA county council. here are relatives and all at- food order. to- PKGS. .
and how a group is being set tended.Mr. .
with and John Yohoof
up from PTAs to work Mrs. V
school board. He encouraged New. Castle. Pa. were visiting )

the the Hampton PTA to. be Mr. and Mrs. Dewane ""."",>,:-.f" '.....' ,.,,,,eo.,,../".'>..tp1',/ ., 4''! .
t. 1<
this and Barnes last week. .:_:. .'.,':..... .': -: :,". ,,.. '' .. .,. ... .Y",>' .;'" ,..,".....'... ;; :; : .- ...,.
group .
represented on : ;, ',..-<- .".'... .. >' >. ,--. .,.}... -- M'"".....".... ', ,II. ,
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meet Mrs. Ruth Frazier had her .' ,,,1 "" ..):; .. '
at PTA county council '" --,..'..... !,'"'' I 1i 1'; '.v.u,; '' ; '..
son Charlie\ home from MI- s ,',,..,' .," .,'..,.lt.,L..: /'JI:; '" .. I .
ings.Following "',,'::'. f.; -:" ". "
t .
the musical program ami over the weekend. .J.,' ( '& : \ ,
r ( 'w.IlI '
of nursery rhymes by Mrs. Mandy Smith of' Ben- 1LS ..I ,.;:; ":\I1; I2' ;;- I I I' ,',
MIS Betty May's first grade son. Va. is visiting her brother ( ,
class, directed by Mrs. Carolyn and sister-in-law, Mr. and {t I EIP I Iii"BLUE
Canova, refreshments of cookies -i Mrs. Berry Dyal Sr. ,. I .,,

the: and school punch lunchroom were served by Ors in has Mr.as and Sunday Mrs. visitors L. E. Ratliff their S I d D SAUD DRESSING S i Astor Cohee :
a a etergent
Foster Stork Shower Hayes, social chairman. son three and children daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.and lif \ :,: \\ ,t \\

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Ratliff Gainesville
'Mrs. Floyd Smith and Mrs. Colen of ; "'' '.J. f.:' -"" "'""x" :
Howell Williams were guestsof also Rev. and Mrs. C. Tyler of f'l l{ :' '
honor at a stork shower Jacksonville.Mr. QUART rit ; .t. rr's 1-LB. CAN :. fI GIANT BOX IAi J it

Baptist Saturday evening Church, at given Hampton by of Ft.. and McCoy Mrs.recently L. Strickland visited ti SAVE. ; .20c .1-. :: SAVE 21 P Y 1k f ) f ;i. SAVE W 1- V'}

women of the church. Mr and Mrs. Carl Jones. -. ANr $), .y ;.:: % VV....... > I
Games were played, and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Laney Save 20* MIRACLE WHIP BY fj' :Mrs. Milton and daughter of Greenville, t j' jfj. r '
prizes won by I f /r -
Mosher and Marla Jean Mo- Ind. spent last week with Mrs. f 39 -'Co f fee 48 T d 58
sher. Refreshments of cake Laney's brother and family, _..,! Kraft QUART I Jj' 1.1 e GIANT J/
and punch were served follow- Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lefevers. > llAlilimit
\ 31Afi ; !, Limit one with $5.00. J Limit one with $5.00 food A i one with $5.00 food
ing opening of the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks i Miracle .. I
YWAs Present and sons enjoyed a hamburger -4* food order, .... order or more. 1J fjjJ 14 order or more. ,
Baptist ...
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Anniversary Program grill cooked supper at the .....\ ooI 1 'V --- "; .... 'IIre V!!
uncle ... ". "' > '.".". J;.'., _
YWAs of Hampton. Baptist home of Mrs. Sparks' r /' \
: ;!ilIjt fJ!! ::: .
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and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. LJ3. .. ,
Church presented a programfor !i' .
:i. I .. li1": "" if/f o<,, ,$,; >> ":;.A'/.. '
members of the WMU. Ratliff Saturday afternoon. : i::: : /

mix or match 'empam r r } :

FULL-STRENGTH s S JL ]12-".CANS 89 I. Showboat Whole? White E'ots. .1 'J'a_ af Green Stamps .

z Bush Peas. . 0

1 I Bush Gr. Northern: Beans 300 Cans Pan.Redi I Shrimp \Velch'sVelchade

1 C a t sup 2. 12-oz.BOTS. 2 X Bush Nary Beans ,' FOR GOOD THRU JUNE: 1ST z GOOD THRU JUNE 1ST


KILLS GERMS TOO! SAVE 8* EACH .. LIMIT 2 TWIN PACKS WITH FOOD ORDER. Showboat Pork& Beans; 9 9 '" 20 ; f f r' r a 1 21 + d j(
l' _ _ _
ROLL Showboat Spaghetti i .
irt; S oft-weve 1 PKG. 19x
f II t. iNa t41 ,
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i.& 3 SAVE 5* EACH .- ASTOR FRUIT 50 Free *.W., Green Stamps 50 Free ;j.W: Green Stamps

w O.C t a 101 4 303 CANS 1 ,
',. THREE 32-oz. CANS ONE 4O-OZ. JAR DEEP SOUTH One 15-oz. CAN
Loosens dirt,brighten Cleans and disinfects .,, J < Thrifty Maid Grape Dr. : Peanut Bailer Lusjre Gr. Hair Spray
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whites,unitizes clothing. sickroom,bathroom,kitchen. SAVE 3* EACH LIBBY'S CS or WK -
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Y. -
_ Hood 33 Bleach-' Corn o 2. 303 CANS 2 9; B r r 23 24 !.

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the family. Hawthorne.The +I.' at the hOme' of' Mr.. and.

EVERGREENI Church services were well RAIFORDiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Walter Witheys of Bayless Hiway.By Mrs. Dyal Saturday, night.' AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

attended last Sunday with High Springs were Sunday : ._Mr.and; Mrs-A. C. Shum- 964-2600
I the Junior Boys again win- Mrs Hallerman, Mr.
guests of Mrs. Witheys par- :
By Mrs. Minnie L. Redding ;
Phone 7823232UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ.AA4 ning the banner. ents, the L. B. Wades. Hire.. 0. E. CrosbytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ. and :Mrs. Stanley Crosby and''' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeDeWitt
[Held over from last week Rev. and :Mrs. James Lightsy Mrs. Robert Faulkner of 1|'spnof" Columbia, S. C. were'

Mr. and Mrs.. Otis Brewery'I and little daughter and I Jacksonville was a Sunday I i Saturday night guests of Stan C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Rosier! and family visited the J. C.t, niece, of Wabassa came here visitor of the S. P. and Har- Don't forget the Study: 'f ley's parents: Rev. and Mrs.I, Starke, Fla.
Pringles at Satsuma last Saturday Saturday with Rev. Joe Mc- I Courses being taught on Wed- J C' A. Crosby., They were en- i
were Sunday guests of Mrs.I old Yarborough families. ; Charley
Flora Proctor and Mrs. Daisy Pringle returned Cullough and family and attended nesday nights during Prayer 1! route to their home from aweek's RENTAL SERVICES
of Markley home with them. church services here I i Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grif- Meeting time. Everyone is invited -j vacation in South Flor- ,Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches
Sapp Jacksonville. I fis and children, Mr. and Mrs. I
Mrs. J. C. Pringle and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- Sunday.: All returned to Wa- I I to come out and study I j E. J4,
Edward Mrs. Gertrude I
I Clellan and baby of Jasper bassa Sunday afternoon except Taylor i with us. ida.MrTand; Mrs. Charles
daughter of Satsuma visited ; Crosby
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and Mr. and Mrs. Hood
friends and relatives here last and Bobby McClellan of Rev. Lightsy who eft ,, i i: We are sorry to learn of and' son Gainesville' were Johnsabout i
Saturday. I' Starke were Sunday guests of for the Baptist Bible Institute i Cheshire and children enjoyed the death .of Mrs. Edna Jackson r'Sunday: visitors. of the L. A. Air Condition How
chicken at Dowl-
a supper
the Leslie McClellans. at Graceville. of Jacksonyife.last week..
and I II this
Mr Mrs. Charley Redding ing Lake last Saturday. She Is the' sister of 'A. 'H. question: .
and daughter of Raiford i Tommy Gaskins spent the :I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins -: l 'Mr.- and Mrs. R. V, Alvarezof FOR SUMMER COMFORT
weekend with Richard Red- Friends of Mrs. i Cruce. We extend sympathy "The neighboring store!
visited the Arthur Reddings 1 : spent several days last I Jacksonville were Saturday I :
Thursday night. ding of Jacksonville. While'.I week at the Malcolm Tompkins Johnson will regret to learn ; to this fine family.Mr. | dinner guests of' is.S )D anddaughterinlaw was destroyed by fire. The) Air Conditioning
I that she is ill in the Ed Fra-
Sunday afternoon visitors;I there they celebrated their 'I' cabin at Wilson Springson : !I and Mrs.'Gordon Jones! I Mr. and Mrs. owner had $40,000 fire insurance -i .
ser Hospital in Macclenny. Engineered To Fit Your Needs
of the Quincy Rosiers were i birthdays.Mrs. I the Santa Fe River. Mal- were, dinner guests of their t George' :Alvarez. but it will cost.

Clyde Odom of Jacksonville. Sinclair Mosley and i colm met them there; also TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlBROOKER 1 1I t.I son-in-law and daughter. Mr. I Willard Gaskins is adding $46,000 to rebuild. It also II* "WHOLE HOUSE COIFORT"BROWN'S

and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sladeof Mrs. Lula Norman of Jack-I the Giles Tompkins familyof and Mrs. Charles Cribbs. in I.a new porch to his home this cost $1500 to remove the'I
Hampton.A sonville visited the L. A. andL. i Jacksonville. While there Alachua Saturday. week. REFRIGERATION
H. Reddings last Sunday. Mrs. Giles Tompkins celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp debris for reconstruction.Can .
number from this community I I .: If anyone has any ne'i"s. fire
'i Dont forget our annual, her birthday with a big visited Bill Sapp, a patient in a policy be en-,
attended Homecoming a Jacksonville : please call us at 964-9033, or dorsed to full 226 S. Walnut Street
I last
Homecoming this Sunday dinner. By Shirley Green hospital,. pay replace,
Services at Magnolia Baptist contact ,us at church.
June 2. Everyone is invited,i Mrs. Lillian Bryant and two Friday. 1 ment cost and debris removal Phone 969.1121
Church near Branford last Phone 2281 We are-'so thankful for the
with a special invitation given -: daughters of Lake Butler attended Malcolm Jones of Tampawas ?"
Sunday. nice rains have been having.
we -
to all singers..Sunday night church services here tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA visitin! his brother. 'andsisterinlaw 1 : I:
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qur community was last :Mr.. i E. Johns
services will be omitted. Sunday. and Mrs. Charley
dened by the death of J. E. Mrs. Annie Johnson visited tobacco and corn,crops. I II That's Our Business
I : I Gordon Jones last Sunday:, I G L A S S
The many friends of Grandma '
r Rosier last Sunday. Our deep- I her sister Mrs. Lomie Rainey, : ,Thought for the week: In :
CHURCH OF GOD Dowling will regret to I' in Tampa in a hospital thereafter I Mrs. Vernon Taylor otJa $;- God I' have, put my trust. I Agency "If It's Glass Wc Have Ir
422 N. St. Clair St. learn that she had to be taken I sonville w s'a "Sunday.visitorof CALL WRITE or VISIT
accident Wednesday. :
ATHLETE'S FOOT an ,will not be afraid of what PHONE 964-0121
'HOW TO KILL IT. Sunday School 10 a.m. to King Memorial Hospital Mrs. Johnson was there from I her parents Mr., and Mr8.-' man can do to me. Psalms FOR ANY GLASS HEEDSHEA'S
I last Lois Newman, I 131 S. Walnut St. :
IN 3 DAYS 11 Thursday. Thursday to Sunday.Mr. 56:11.:
Morning Worship. a. m I
Mr: and Mrs Robert Taylor I I
If.not pleased with Mrs. DeWitt Crews and lit- GLASS CO.NOT
strong insUnt-cIry. Evening Service. 7:30: p.m. Y- and Mrs. Ernest Doug-
Inr T.4.L. your 48c back at druof ; and children of Raiford'wer .
any tle of Jacksonville I
star. Witch insetted skin slouch PE each Wednesday 7:30: p.i son spent las and daughter of Charleston SEVENTH DAY
of the T. Normans INC.
guests. N. ( )
Wat h he ithskin! -.I.r ,
several this week
it Itch
an S. C. weekend guests' .
burning ri tw. TODAY at m. Prayer Meeting Friday I' were last Thursday'night.. 1M95t "
her parents Mr. and Mrs. I o Ibis mother Mrs. Iva Doug i "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
7:30 L. s. Williams '
Mr ,.and Mrs. James Norman Sabbath School' [Saturday]
Orin Reddish. Her husband is J We Design Modern Store Fronts!
At All Drug Stores pastor. and Mr. and Mrs. 'Arthur 9641324.
attending school in Ohio. las.Mr. Just Mail Us A Pattern For
: and Mrs. L. C. Kelley
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I Hewitt and children 'of 930 a. m. Morning Worship
The Jay Moodys of Jack- :Gt
'"' I and sons of Waldo were visiting -I Starke Mr. and Mrs..) George 11.a. m. Located between Wilson 6ti6i Table Tops
STARKEBUSINESS sonville Mrs. Ada were Kelly.Sunday guestsof Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal Alvarez, and Mr.. and Mrs. Road and Gnus Loop.) l i 1313 N. "". 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I

Saturday.Mrs Jerry Dyal enjoyed a ham-
Mrs. Bessie Sapp spent the Drew Dukes of Worth-

DIRECTORYAUTO week with her niece, Mrs. Annie i ington and daughter Mrs.

Kelly, at Heilbronn, William Mason of Atlanta Ga.,
Springs. Mrs. Sapp and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tin-

Amanda Crosby attended the ney and sons of Gainesvillewere r
REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE Heilbronn Springs Church visiting Mr. and Mrs.

baptismal services at Kings- T. W. Markey Saturday after-
Gardners ley Lake Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
Earl's Garage Kelly was baptised.Mr. noon.Mrs.. P. W. Gainey and R
Gulf Service
and Mrs. Warren i I .
ALL KINDS OF I family of Daytona Beach were 3
Every Mechanical Service Bloodsworth spent the weekend : Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. .

AUTO REPAIR WORK General Repairs Automatic ,. in Lake City with relativ-,i C. Melvin and :Mr. and
Transmissions !
es. I Mrs. Cecil Melvin and family. w..
All Work Guaranteed GULF PRODUCTS Mrs. Alton Browning ,ofj i I Mr. and.Mrs Stewart Brock,

Phone 969-2961 TIKES BATTERIES Jacksonville was the Saturday Mrs. Johnny Munn and daughter -

80. Walnut. Starke !Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke guest of her parents, the Bill II Mrs. Wayne Beecham and :1i

PHONE 964-6781 Brownings. I children, all of Trenton, were _
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Tuesday guests of Mrs. J. R. : -i k -
FLORIST Cason were Sunday guests of I I Mott. __ .

AUTO SERVICE their parents, Mrs. Alice Ca- Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Doug-

I' Colonial Florist son, and, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. las and son of Gainesvillewere
Gilbert S. Brown HAS NEW OWNERS Clyatt. Sunday guests of Mrs.

i I Dot Bagwell, Mgr. Mrs. Drew Sweat spent mostof Iva Douglas.
fitindard OH Service Station'; FRESH FLOWERS last :week in Jacksonvillewith II Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green

ATLAS' :MEMBER P. T. D. her husband, who is a : and daughters of Jacksonville
were the Sunday night dinner
TIRES A BATTERIES: Flowers Wired World Wide patient in-a hospital there. I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Budget Term- Road Service Starke Phone 964-6291 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Register -i
-... Green.
and children of Lake
i Mr.and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis -
Phone 964-7071 LANDSCAPING City attended the birthday j I. and children have moved
dinner at the home of Mr. .
407 N. Temple. Stark WE SPECIALIZE IN i I here from Starke. We would
and Mrs. Earl Dobbs last Sun-
LANDSCAPINGAND'NURSERY day in honor, of Mrs. Dobbs I like to welcome them back to TOTAL PERFORMANCE IS MORE THAN JUST GOING POWER' IT'S STAYING (above). It's the splendid braking"and acceleration displayedin the Pure Oil ,.
and Howie Register. Others, our community. POWER! iri the: proven durability demonstrated by 500 grueling miles! at Daytona Performance .It's the fuel savings demonstrated in the Mobil Economy Run!
i Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of New I I
Hurst's Private and Commercial attending were Mr. and Mrs. ': I II
River was visiting Mrs. Rosa !
Property Gerald Griffis and children,
Service Station
Pinholster Tuesday.Mrs. I
Also expert tree removal. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. demons

-SIN CLAIR- Tri CountyDevelopment Mrs.of Heilbronn Don Newmans Springs of, Mr.Starke and '!'t son of. Gainesville C. H. Layfield visited and her I ction is t attii

parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. e tiqn'at
Goodyear Gas Oils Tires- Lubrication& Batteries I Co. ford.Mrs. and Mary Mr.Freeman and Mrs.of Mich-Rai- Mott, Saturday night.

Green returned .....
Mrs. Mary '... .
Trimming: ael Dobbs and children.Mrs. ,
ROAD SERVICE Sunday after a two weeks
Your Satisfaction Guaranteed Mary Freeman had as
I Tom-
visit with Mr. and Mrs.
706 \\U1nut'Starke 9GI-G111 Lake Butler HY 6-1267 guests last Thursday her son.,
my Hewitt in Valdosta Ga. I I ,
; .to "
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey ,,' I,..
I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. yourordDeakr
Evan Hodges at their cottageat
.m i I Hampton Lake Wednesday. .
Church News .. .1.
!I Twelve girls from the Brooker .; !

iHitI I iliary Baptist attended Church a Girl's swimming Aux- ,.-- :.i..: :;.. lf-youlik, >actionf you'll really go for our new Fords Ford took the first 5 places'"

party at the Kingsley Lake '

,, home of Mrs. Leila Mundy: last .. in the .Daytona 500- America's toughest test of total performance This I means

IIuhI' Saturday. The party was heldto '
celebrate the 50th anniver- -:. Ford has the readability, the durability, the just plain action ,you want in your

sary of GA work in the ..
Southern Baptist convention. .... own car. And right now we're even pricing 'em for fast action<;> Come in today!!

Mrs. L. L. Dyal and Mrs. J. L. '. .. ".... ..t,' I .
.H Temple counselors, accom- "',' ',",".. .. t i ,.-
''to '
I panied the girls. ., .:-' }I. !.. .,.; .' ., .

I tA1 Chicken chicken SupperA supper was given v .\< ywv : : : .. '. SAVE! GET' OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL

for the Brooker Men's Soft- 1 '

i ball Team Saturday night in ON THIS NEW SUPER TORQUE FORDID!

,, the Brooker Park.11ethodist .

Church -- --- = N Enjoy Ford's total performance-the stamIna -

I II I I readability and all-around engineering
Thursday. May 29Church ,

library will be open, 3:30: to e N excellence that has helped Ford win the big

5 pjn. Chancel Choir rehearsal I .

,I 7:30 p.m. Commission on I endurance tests all over the country.
towers 1 !
I Membership and Evangelism

meeting 7:30: p.m. I T.T

Saturday June Wesleyan '

Sub-District, 10 a.m.Sunday Planning 'Meeting I' --- -9-.w SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL

School. 9:45: a. m. Morning
ImiDmmJB : Worship. 11 am. Snack Supper

6:30 pjn. Youth Meetings 1 Save a bundle on the elegant middleweightthat
7 p.m. ,Evening Worship 8 p. ;
A man who's prone to sit and think m. I carries like' the big wagons ((86.2-cu. ft.

Monday June 3-Circle 2 ,
Of how his hard-earned dollars shrink .jt meets in Fellowship Hall 3 loadspace) Other fine wagon choices from

Would find his assets growing vasterIf pjn.Tuesday.June 4-Circle. 1.. Ford-the wagon leader!
meets in Fellowship Hall 10 .

he'd[just save those dollars faster! ajn.Jr. ,as with hostess.* Mrs. Circle Olin White 4. at E;::. 'a: d i: F =f.Vice SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIALON

REGULARITY IS WHAT COUNTS: BANK home of Mrs. Eugene Williams -=- .
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SOMETHING EVERY PAYDAY, WITH US! 10:30: a.m. Circle 5 at t\
home of Mrs._Jim Bloodworth. I

10 ajn. Have fun and with America's all-time
Wednesday June 5-Circle save
foD>>. t

FLORIDAr I IIT 3 at,home 10 ajn.of Mrs.Prayer Drew Meeting Reddish __ economy champ! Choice of two lively,

and Bible Study. 7:30
; p.m. money-saving Sixes or a peppery V-8.
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'_ ._ _. : ,. CHURCH

Sunday School. 10 a. m. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS!

of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Training Union, 6:30: p.m.Eve- i ,ra, ,;* ..;;.. .
ning Worship. 7:30 p.m. Midweek -J j I
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 206 WEST MADISON STREET
Prayer Service Wednes- i FLA.
j ;0.-,[ IJ II {
day 7 pan. Everyone welcome. < '.. .- ,

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