Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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_JJ County Board j w* d j Dees Quits Post i : '

j Votes To w7 L .-& ,__._--- !' ;,4. _____ _ ______ As Head "
Employ L.lT1.I '.1 t Utility ; Malldamus Writ Orders' .

Assistant Agent 4 ; Davis Gets JobIn ,. ,

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: The Bradford
County Commission a surprise move Tuesday -
_ meeting here Tues __ night Utilities Director
day voted unanimously to Merrill Dees asked to resign
budget $3,500 for the employment ___ Mak9 his post and the resignationwas
l of an assistant county| accepted by the Stark '' ... Circuit Judge John A. H. :.Murphree has issued an
agent effective; with the new City Council at their regular alternative writ of mandamus ordering the Board of
_ fiscal year starting Oct. 1. 4t: A __ meeting! .tt. ",."......' .''. -,.. ., County Commissioners of Bradford County to 'redistrict -
The action was taken ; ") ? the "as nearly possible equal 1 in
4t s ; ; -._ _____:___________ Dees will remain with the county pro-
T. Andrews assistant coun- "-: .city in his capacity as gen- \ tot portion to population," or appear before the court at
ty agent hi Alachua County : r ': eral electrical superintendent < 9:30 a.m. on Sept. 4 to show cause why the alternativewrit

_ decribed the importance ofp and merely e-av"--11n'' his ex. ... .'. : should not be made DeremDtory.. .
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J.the 4-H Club program which!c-1 : tra duties. as head of the new- '-; -; '''_1/- The petition for the writ- -
is usually carried ___ electors In District '5 to 2,353
-I on by assistant ly formed Utilities Depart- ;
was filed by John A. Torode
agents in the various r qualified elect in District 2.
: ; ment. Dees was out repairing I. Starke businessman as rela- rs
counties for boys starting at ______ electric lines damaged in tor, and was signed by Judge The petition said that 'To-
I ae.9. Andrews 'said the 4-H Tuesday afternoon's thunder Murphree in Gainesville on rode had demanded of the
organization, work could Commission in March that it
I not storm and Councilman J. D. July 1. It named the Board of,
be directed by the county agent Doyle announced the resigna- ri1c .,. County Commissioners as wellas redistrict the county accordIng .
'1 who could not spare the each individual member as to law and that on June

necessary time from his other tion.Council immediately votedto : respondents.In 4 a formal demand; r was'issued
--i duties. .- ," ,. '
appoint Assistant Utilities ; his petition. Torode said to the board at their regular

Bradford County Agent G.! FliP Trooper J. M. Hollis points to where this 1962 Ford hit another car head-on last Director Oscar Davis to head that it was the duty of respondents meeting in the courthouse by

T, Huggins told the board I II I Saturday morning In Bradford County's first and so far only traffic accident. No fatalities the department. Np assistant; [the county com Torode's attorney.NotwithStanding'.

I that, the assistant would have were recorded in this (collision leaning this county with a clean slate as the Fourth of July director was named to takeover :-. missioners to fix the bound- these demands
other duties but that the 4-H Davis' old post. The new ..c.... _., the petition stated
approaches, but the three ocepuants from Alabama were slightly injured. aries of the commission districts -
Club work would be of .
one director is also superintendent I L- in Bradford County as the respondents refused
1 hid main projects. He said the Head-On Smashup of the city's Natural Gas nearly equal as possible in -and still'continue to refuse
1 training received: by the I From Civitan Club to ,
: : young I Department and gas inspec- proportion to population, that redistrict because the

I training received by the Gov. Appoints tor.In they had failed to do so and boundaries are as the majority -

\ younger boys would be baValU"I.able announcing Dees' resignation that if they were not com of the respondents desire
to improved i Ihree Injured Buzzy Green Doyle said the super- Mayor Recieves Award manded to do so by the court I them to be, and are'stalling

practices in Bradford County intendent felt he could not they "will procrastinate the because three plans were sub-

in later years. I, Public Defender adequately hold down both in Starke's Clean-up Paint- remainder of the year." It was mitted by a person employed l

1 Huggins suggested the board I jobs and that he can be of 'I up Fix-up Campaign last pointed out that the law requires by the respond nu"ta'prepate
appropriate $3,500 for this expanded In Sat. Wreck greater value to the city in I month. that redistricting be plans'for redistricting. and'all
A. [ ] Green Jr. of
R. Buzzy
I service in its upcomin -! the single capacity of threewere rejected on Tuesday -
I gen- Also at the Ladies Night the done in odd-numbered years,
I ; budget. Of this amount,I! Starke has been appointed eral electrical superintendent.It 1963-64 Civitan officers were I', so if it is not done in 1963 June 4. at the regular

_ 1 $1.500 would be the county's Bradford County's first Lucy Solomon, 41, with head public defender for the Eighth was. in a way:'a step down installed to begin their duties 1'I the next possible date will be meeting of the respondent"

share of the assistant's salary; !Fourth of July holiday accident -I and back injuries and young Judicai ICircuit by Gov. Far- for Dees since he will now July 1. There are Bob Turner i 1965. The petition declared: "Thatif

--j) $1,200 would be for travel expenses went on the record Debbie Solomon aged 7. who ris Bryant.He be taking orders from his I president; M. A. Payne vice- I The petition also pointed out the respondents are not'demanded -

I to various meetingsand books early when two out-of- suffered a bad cut over her will receive a salary of former assistant. [ president; Bob Ferguson secretary the inequality of commission to redistrict then
conventions: and $800 state cars crashed head-on 11 left eye according to the $8,000 and has the authorityto I In other action the council and Oscar Davis treas- I districts in Bradford County one-half of the year Is gone
would be for equipment- and mile east of the Starke city ; trooper. hire clerical help and assistants I discussed attaching signs to urer. I ranging from 304 qualified and the laws only require

supplies. Huggins said that limits at 9:15: a.m. last Sat- ,! Caldwell was driving a 1962 if money is forth- i the old parking meter posts that the respondents redistrict
Federal funds in the amountof urday. June 29. : Ford car toward Starke whena coming from the counties of still standing in Starke to ad- At Joint MeetingBoard during the odd years, and the

$4,500 annually could be obtained No fatalities were recorded,! 1954 Ford automobile drivenby the circuit. The Eighth Judicial vertise courtesy. parking for respondents will Procrastinate

to pay the balance of according to Florida Highway ; Clarence Ray Carpenter, 21, Circuit encompasses six two hour periods.,Mayor Ran I the remainder of the.',ear

the assistant's suggested $6- Patrol Trooper J. H. Hauls! of Dallas N. C., suddenly counties Bradford Alachua dal Chitty suggested the signs : A I which is all to the detrimentof

000 starting salary. but three Dothan Ala. people i, swerved into his lane to avoid Union. Gilchrist. Levy and since it appears that the ,pprovesPlan the relator as well as many
The motion to employ the were treated at the Bradford ) hitting a third car making a Baker. flower boxes to have been attached other citizens who are 'not
-7 assistant was made by Com to the posts by the equally represented at.CoMing
County Hospital and released. right turn. According to Green's appointment was service.'I
missioner Jessie R. Chastain The injured were Thomas A- Trooper Hollis, Carpenter was announced last Thursday, Chamber of Commerce will to law.."

I and seconded by commission' lonzo Caldwell. 37. who had' six feet into the east bound June 26. and became effectiveon not materialize. Redistru': t At its regular meeting Tuesday

er'. Jerome Johns. facial cuts and bruises; :Mrs. traffic lane and he and Caldwell Monday July 1. He was to Wording on the signs might the board took no -act aon \

Earlier in the day the collided with their left attend meeting in Tallahassee read, Courtesy Parking For i -the: write other -than'.declaring

board received budgetary re- head-lights being the point of j i today [We( nesda-Y. July 3] Shoppers!!: Convenience."-Two ( After two-hours of penci:iI pushing and line-shifting I it would be turned-ov I
Quests from most of the rec- Shoppers Spend er to its attorney.Woman .. '
reation departments in the impact. at which all the state's newly House, Please Observe City in a special joint meeting v srith the School Board Wed-

county. The Starke group requested At Record Rate Two passengers. Brenda appointed public defenderswill of Starke." Mayor. Chitty said nesday morning, the Bradf a. slight increase from Bundy 21, and Perry Bundy, ba briefed on the'responsibilities he wouid'lik to see the proved a compromise "wor]king plan" for redistricting ,\ Found
19, both of Dallas N. C., in of their new Jo'b.The signs placed in the, hope it
$3,352.12 to $3,443; Lawtey, Here Last Year the made to the county. I I four districts ,
Carpenter car were not in- appointment was would enco rage shoppers ping the other
_ J I en increase from $840 to $1- jured. under a new law passed by be courteous" 'and iy ot stay Tossed into the trash can I into Starke.
200; Hampton. from $697 to Dead At Home
$980; and Theressa. from $69 Retail business in Bradford Hollis said the 1962 Ford the 1963 session of the Florida parked on the streets need- was the formerly approved I i Four members of the School

I to 1290. No suggested bud- County moved forward in the I driven by Caldwell traveled legislature which provides lessly. He sail he contem- Plan No. 1 [Squeeze Starke ; Board,. attending the meeting

get was received from Brook- past year as local residents,: 322 feet after the point of counsel for indigent persons plates enforcing the parking and tentatively approved wasa with the County Commission, A 46-year-old Mrs.
armed with more cash, spent impact before coming to rest who do not waive the rightto just as ty is now where any- new Plan 5 which is a mod- indicated that the compromisePlan woman.
f er at this meeting. I Reo Joann had
Living, who
at record rate. on the south side of SR-100 in counsel and who are accused one can park on the streetsas ified version of Hardy's original 5 would be acceptable to
IJ Don Hill, representing a been living in Starke
____ Only during the early I the yard of Bill Soto. The two of a non-capital of- long as he needs to, ex- Plan 2, leaving Lawtey as their group. They had vigor- since
Hampton said that his June 18 found dead
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cars collided almost directly in I Two an isolated district and dip- ously objected to Plan 1, as
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of the when the
_J had been negotiating for the months year, i [Continued on Page 2] 518 stftttb. WestmorelandStreet
front of the home of Dr. R. S. previously approved by the
fear of recession in the'Ir.
use of a piece of property as a a was would fay neighbors, Monday
Mullins because it
local veterinarian Commission
recreation and had been did they hold back in '
area morning 1.
Carpenter's automobile did not put two members of the
j Puts
_ 4, offered the use of a site. He their buying. Thereafter they Council DamperOn Cause of death had not been
- A 1 move after the collision. Lawtey School Board into the same
the spent freely.As
was told by board. however residential district.It determined Tuesday afternoon,
According to Trooper Hollis.
that he should obtain a a result, most retail lines according to the 'Bradford
i Carpenter said he did not see was considered necessaryby
lease form of locally were able to report Sheriff's.
or some County
agree- the car in front of him mak- Petitionmowing both boards for the Commission Department
ment from the owner before solid gains over the previous Fire Dept. Despite Boardto but the body had been sent to
ing the turn in time to stop, and the School
any money was spent to cleai I the Gainesville Medical Center
year.The so to the auto he swerved into use the same redistrictingplan
figures are contained in ,.
and the for
improve property. an autopsy.
the oncoming traffic lane try- in order to avoid the
,,_ Mrs. Gladys Scholl countydirector the annual survey made by I ing to avoid a collision. Three strikes and the batteris to finance a fire department.But of the city streets. man Hermie Kelly 'You don't I confusion of having ten distrIcts According to Starke Police
of Civil Defense. requested the Standard Rate and Data Phillips Petition think we need a fire Chief William, F Mrs.
I, The Starke Police Depart- out is the way things workin they adjourned without department in the county Instead of Rosser
an increase of $30 Service. Its comprehensive report -! The petition bearing 146 do you?" Living's nine-year-old
the to circu- son
ment cooperated with the FHP baseball and it's also designating anyone the present five.
moth in the amount the showing how people in f in investigating the accident way things worked at the late the petition to solicit the names was presented by "Well in a way I don't" Still unsettled when the Jimmy spent Bunday night
contributes her salary each locality spent their retail Councilman Leslie and Kelly replied and when
county to i'and patrolling traffic. Hollis Lawtey City Council meeting Phillips ques- Commission adjourned a t with neighbors telling them
and also asked for the dollars, covers every section I I said. First to reach the accident Monday night when a volun- $10.Both Phillips who circulated read "We, the undersigned tioned by Phillips answered: 11:30 was the question of who that his mother was asleep
of the of the United States.In citizens and registered votersof "It would be like other and would not'wake
use present library to
I however was the Brad- teer fire department failed: to. the, petition: ,:and. Shuford, would be employed to develop up
quarters [upstairs in the agricultural Bradford County food : ford County Rescue Unit get off the ground despite being who came up "with the idea of the City of Lawtey. do equipment it'd-just, go to the the tentative plan, fixing the prepare food for him..Monday

building] for a CD was a major item. The amount' whose members helped admin- brought 'up three times. collecting. the $10! for each hereby sign this petition in bad." district lines firmly so as to morning the neighbors l found

j headquarters. No definite agreement spent in this direction in ; ister to the injured. A petition bearing 146 names signer_ ,, refused to attempt to hopes it may help in bringing Water System make each district as equalas the woman dead. In her bed-
was reached on this grocery stores, bakeries, butcher I of registered city voters and collect the money. Another some results, in the City of The water system came up possible in population.

as County Clerk Charles Dar- shops, supermarkets and I an offer by Bradford County. suggesion bx C o u n cilmanWT7 Lawtey in getting a volunteerfire again when City Clerk Ethel When this is done the plan room lying on the. floor par-

by said he would like to use the like- came to $4.114,000 I Miss Universe I .- __ .. .._ -- .--... ---. --------- department." Phillips told Reddish read a letter- from the will be resubmitted to the tially under the bed.
t in the year topping the prior 1 the council that only three small community Esto Commission for final Mrs.: Living spent last weekin

[Continued on Page 2] year's 3941000. I'Contestants To *:*'':, ..... A ...! .. persons who were asked failedto which is not incorporated but approval. the Bradford County HospItal
This was solely for food purchased -I :,' '" '- "* > sign the document. has a: water system. According
: '. The original plan-man, with a stomach disorder
for home consumption.'I "We've been through this to the letter the Esto system
II Be Here July 70 Charles Hardy resigned last
It does not include the samj before and now he's gotten was financed through a $50- according to the Sherjffa
DIXIE YOUTH I I I month when the board put
spent for food and drink at'! r this petition.'Now'let's let him 000 FHA loan which is 100 Dept., but signed .herself out

_ LEAGUE PLAYERS : lunch counters in restaurantsand i I Approximately 20 Miss Universe get us $10 for every name and per cent and for a period .f its tentative stamp, of approval Saturday. June.29, against her
all on Plan 1, I the SqueeZeStarke
contestants from
at other dine and drink have every person on the list 40 years. doctor's wishes.

I vs. I: places. !j I j i parts of the world are scheduled ;: pledge to pay $10 tax per The loan is repaid entirely termed "ridiculous.plan which" He Hardy said Police were caned to her
I II I Out of every dollar that was|i to stop in Starke for year for a fire department," through the monthly payments -
MANAGERSSat. spent in the local retail stores i, lunch the morning of July 10, : ?r- fI f-: was the reaction the petition of the community's 83 he could not work on a 'plan home at 8:35: Monday'moraingby
I that; he considered not to the
I last year 33 cents went for;, next Wednesday it was an- I : p received from CouncilmanDave customers according to the I the neighbors who found
July 6 3 P.M. . best interest, of the county.
nounced this :
take-home food. | week. : Shuford. letter which Is printed in this Mrs. Living dead Chief Ros

: The large-scale spending for A luncheon has been scheduled Phillips told the board that. issue of The Telegraph as .a Commissioner George Rob- ser said the woman t had apparently
Watermelon Cutting : food. a sign of more luxurious by the Starke JayceesI Mrs. Scholl had said a truck i Letter To The Editor at the erts Jr. said Wednesday ,that
.. ] been dead all night.
# living reflects the improve- I and the Starke-Bradford could be purchased through request of Councilman Wayne he still considered Hardy the
: ment in purchasing power locally '! County Chamber of Commerce Civil Defense from the Florida Massey. best qualified person to do The, 'woman's 'h band" the

On Wheels Parade | for 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at t Development Commission!: for Using the letter as their the job. The name of ?!rs. former Jimmy Living of

,,If the amount that was expended -i i the,? Starke Golf and Country \ $300-$800 ani that insurance point of attack Massey and Marian Crosby former supervisor Starke died 1a.stMarcil, according

on food were to be diVided :( Club, Jaycee Publicity Chairman would cost only $150-$200 per Phillips began pushing once I of registration was, again to the( Sheriffs Dept.
Wednesday, July 17 uniformly among the ; Bill Walker has announ- r year. He maintained as before again. as in the last several I mentioned as" a possibility -

local population each house- |I ced. Tickets to the luncheon that the volunteer group meetings, for a water systemfor to complete the plan and BHS'Student.
2:30 P.M. i! can be purchased for $3.50 by Clerk Charles Darby was in-
hold would have a bill of $1- could b e financed through Lawtey but Immediatelyran '. -
In Honor of 186 for the'year. I| calling Jaycee Ticket Chairman -'--- __.....-:> : ;, community suppers. into opposition. Council- structed to place a call and Gov't.. To Meet

This than Frank Durden at 964- "The PTA has been spon- men Kelly and Shuford and see if she would be available.
: iras more was :Massey and Phil!lips with Petition
JOSEPH LEE DAY : spent in most parts of the !4425 or Walker at 964-3443. soring suppers ever"since I've Mayor Charles ,R. Shuford all Darby reported later that he Tuesday, July 9

I United States. The average Mayor Randal Chitty will I Civil Defense Director Mrs. C.: Wayne Massey for the five been here and it's never got- wanted to know how ,the system could not reach Mrs. Crosbyon AH members of the Bradford

i was $1,038 per household. In welcome the 20 contestants to I' 1... Scholl also failed to sway; j councilmen to divide up the ten rich: Shuford told him. could be financed."I the phone.Commissioner.
This Space Contributed : the South Atlantic States it : Starke in a short address at Councilmen Hermie Kelly,j 146 names [29 each] was "Let's start with the $10." think we've been over Russell Green High School l student govern

>: was $928.Other 1: the luncheon and will make I Dave Shuford and Bryant dropped by the council.Wblletheywereatitdur. "Anybody will sign a petition !- this once or twice before"I submitted a Plan 6 and moved ment are requested to meet at

Weekly to Publicize : retail lines also profIted -I each of them an honorary I Reddish who oppose the move! ," Shuford told the group Kelly said "How can we! for its adoption for consideration the school Tuesday, _July 9. at

I Community Events by I t: from the strong consumer -I citizen of Starke. The girls I on financial grounds. I lag a lively hour and a hailmeeting "Enough people signed a petition guarantee that the people will along with Plan 5. His 7:30 ,p. m. with Instructor
_ buying. will be in Starke for approxi- The council finally passed the council again three times for the pay their water bills?'* motion was seconded by Commissioner Walter Sistrunk for instruction

The Community i mately one and a half hours.They 3-2, with Councilman Leslie I turned down the much talked county to go wet but when it "If they decided not to pay Jessie R. Chastain,
Stores automobiles
iI will be on their way by Phillips and Wayne Massey about water system and comes to a vote it stayed their water bill they'd just go but failed on a 2-3 vote. In the operation .01 the
motorcycles. boats trailers
State Bank I I bus to Miami to prepare for I voting against it. a motion' to changed street chairman in an dry.nAt back to using their old wells Voting for Plan 5 were government and practice for tbeintroduction

and accessories chalked up a ,:: the Miss Universe Contest on I I solicit $10 per name as a token argument -over. who would be another point in the discussion or branch water like they do Commissioners Roberts Johns and.' ,.passage of.Julian.

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= I Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Naftel f I Rev. Hogan Cigarette TaxForms

,and of Council Kills Fire Dept. i
family Birmingham, Lawtey '
Must Be 'i
... Ala. were overnight guests \
.. \\ls Called To \!
I,Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Guy a, -I- IOIDy July 10 1
I Sale. i [Continued From Page 1] the, council how, the marshall lug that the city could reclaim investigate Monday night after First Baptist \j $ *
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy and I! 1 "Can mow" the ditches" when at any time the abandoned -] the meeting to see whethera 'Approximately 130.000 businesses 1,

I f GLADYS MOOTY PHONE W4l family were guests of Mr. and t now," Mayor Shuford said. i they are full of water?" but '! Jefferson' Street which street light was needed on h&FIorida beganVed. *
Mrs. Frank at "Ive heard no way yet to- pay : Rev. W. A. Hogan. 54. of I .
Chappell Lake
I got, no. an wer.'i I they gave Milo Smith permis- i! the corner by Ernest Fason 1 r .r '
.. ---I 1 Annie last for it." I' Pensacola, Fla. has been cal- : nesday receiving forms from -
Saturday.Mr. Immediately another argu- sion to clean up; and use. and Harry Kittles, two Law t
:Mr. and :Mrs. Don Champion I Mrs. Mark Moody and daughter -j I and Mrs. W. W. Wardof \ "Esto got one [a water sys- ment arose over who was to Chairman Kelly also prom- tey Negroes. Phillips had recommended -: led as minister of the First ; the State Beverage Depart

and family were vacationing at Barbara Yoder, of Green !\ Albany, Ga. are guests this :, tem, and they had nothing to be responsible for seeing that ised former street chairman that alight be installed ., Baptist Church of Starke and i ment that must be completedand
I Hall Lake the past two weeks. Cove Springs were Sunday : 1 1"I'm : I arrive here Thursday and ii j returned by July 10. according
I 'week of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. i i pledge, Phillips replied. the marshall mowed: the. Phillips that the council wouldUtilhty'Director there.
Floyd Green underwent surgery I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald :,Glenn. !I not going to vote for i will fill the pulpit for the *' to Richard B. Keating.
: streets. Chairman Kelly wanted ,
last Friday at ,the Lake I Crawford.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Coburn Mir- '! anything when I can't see a the Inch RainfallAt first time this Sunday July 7. Beverage Director.
VA 1 to assign responsibility: .
City hospital. I and Mrs. N. J. Dyal returned -I.field and sons of Carlisle, Mass. j way to pay for it," Chairman to the mayor since the mar- Rev. Hogan has served in Although the form is oe\'u>.
Victor and Cynthia Moody] to their home in Del- I 1 recent Kelly said "The people elect- to ed cigarette distributo-a
': of Jacksonville I were visitors of Mr. and : shall already answers to him | Highland Pensacola nine years prior: or.
are spending ray Beach Tuesday after six''Mrs. L. G. Powell. I ed me last time by the big- in connection with his law being called to Starke. During every bm reporting a >al-

Guy this week Andrews.Mr. with. :Mr. and Mrs. I weeks visit with Mrs. T. D.I Mike Mitchell was visiting I II gest majority they ever have. enforcing duties, but Councilman I,; Resigns Post Lust \Week/ his seminary be served a. es tax, will receive the form.
I Dyal and relatives and friendsin in ; to fill out "
Hoke Henson in St. Petersburg They had confidence my I Phillips said the mowing i church in East Indiana then t and is required pol"
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Mrs. Harry Edwards. Brooker and Salt Springs.Mr. I wouldn't be sit I v and return it 10
j I recently. judgment or I : came under his jurisdiction as I six years in Mississippi and ; tions of.it
and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwardsf I and :Mrs. George Hock- I Mrs. Annie Tyre and Mrs. I II ting in this chair." street chairman. Phillips J [Continued from Page One] :, The Louis Hill Tower in :': five years in Montgomery Tallahassee.The ,

"Mrs.Jacksonville Lawrence, and Mr. and I ette of Fort Lauderdale will be 'Carrie Rye are patients in Doc- j: "The case is closed. Does :| maintained that the mayor,' cept merchants and their employees. : Highland recorded 6.01 inches Alabama before going to Pen- law requires that an a-- '
Cooper of Way- weekend guests of Mr. and with that : of rainfall last week, from .
[tor's Hospital i I II anybody concur according to the city charter sacola. i ditional tax of three cents
Ga. i *
ross, were Saturday guests Mrs. Herbert Thomas at their I asked. I 24-30 for the highest in
? Councilmen June
opinion Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Comer j Missis- package for each packageof
Perry- which he had Clerk Ethel He graduated per
if Mr. i Chairman Johns said
a ndMrs. David Browning. Ruby
in the
I camp Scrub. man and son, Jimmy, of Jack-1 Reddish and Shuford.:.I Reddish read to the group], I } the county. : sippi Baptist College and the cigarettes on hand before
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. And- i did concur and the statement : she would prefer that no limit The New River Tower recorded July 1 be
:Mr.: and sonville, are spending the week- *has nothing to do with the city : Southern Baptist Theological;, the startof business
Charles Dorkeennd ;rews of Jacksonville were Sat- was put into the form of ai I I be placed on the time and :
end with Judge and Mrs. E. K. i !council. a per- ; only 1.95 inches : Seminary in Louisville: Kentucky remitted to the State Serf

daughter of Tampa are urday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. Perryman. II I j! motion by Shuford and passedby I!| Chairman Kelly solved the i ii son could park at one time.A was the driest spot in the : i i age Department in. Tallahas

spending the long weekend O. Dansgy. :Mrs. B. R. of Hartford another 3-2 vote. i i 1 1county.. Two inches was re- ''' .
with her parents Mr. Day i problem, however, by appointing time limit would have to ; Rev. Hogan and his wife see.
and :Mrs. | Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis Street
I corded at the Santa Fe Tower,
was visiting her sister, .. Dave Shuford street chair- i failing to remit
children a son Any
4rl Johns, at I be enforced, she said, or it have three ;
Kingsley Lake. last
spent in the Smokyand Mrs. R. A. Newsom last Monday Council also had a lively : : five at Raiford. and four at
Mrs. man, in place of Phillips, for ; and daughter are married and j the additional tax due will be
A. }. Covington and Blue Ridge Mountains.Mr. I discussion concerning who. would be mea 1ingless. I' the Union Tower. I
I to Saturday. i the remainder of Kelly's term I providedin
,,l is teaching school In Pen- subject to penalties
granddaughter, Suzanne
Bich- and Mrs. Smith DeVoe I would operate the city mowing Council also discussed, in
I Miss Alta Smith of Jackson : I as chairman which ends in < The wettest spot in the'i sacola. Section 210.14. Florida

OT, of Dr. Paducah Mrs., Ky. are visit- and family have returned from ville was visiting her sister, machine to cut grass on December. Council passed an-! connection with their Bessent i county at Highland with 6,01 .I Statutes'which permits the
rg A. Y. Covington two weeks visit with her
the streets and vacant
parents Mrs. Henry O'Hara on Sunday. city other 3-2 motion that seeting Road sewer project whetheror I inches of rain last week hadi Beverage Director to issue a
: for several weeks. i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hock- )[r. and Mrs. 1 lots. Heretofore it has been I 4.33 inches less than the Board Approves sheriff *
Mrs. Roy J. Lowryof that the streets are mowed be j! not to assess residents 'to i just warrant directed to any
If. Sheppard" and son, I er, in Lake Hopatcong, N. J. Johnson City, Tenn. spent I the marshall's responsibility he responsibility of the mayor. j ji whom sewage is already a-i 10.34 inches recorded duringthe Redistricting Plan to levy upon and sell th>
Bobby In
are Greensboro and with Sgt. and Mrs. DeVoeJr. to the but
'land Wednesday to Saturday with I I mower i During the course of that I vailable on one side of their entire month of June last goods and chattels of delinquent
'I Myrtle Beach, S. C. and Jack-( and family at the Niki Mr. and Mrs. John Manning.Mr. i some question as to that ruling -I;i argument Phillips wanted to 'i property. Council was told by year. This June 9.95 inches of [Continued from Page 11] persons.
.onville.}! N. C. for two weeks :Site..., Wayland, Mass. The De- The council, in the I'
and Mrs. H. A. McLeod arose. ;, have the city attorney decideI City Clerk Merrill Edwards rain was recorded at the :NewI t' 'Alth ugl1 efforts are being

visiting. relatives.Mr. I Voes celebrated their 25th and family were in Brunswick, only thing they could all a- I to whom the responsibility of :! and City Attorney George River Tower, 10.5 at Louis and Prevatt. Opposing votes made to mall these forms to
and Mrs. Jack Trawjckwd wedding anniversary in New Ga. the gree on the entire night, vot- I Hill and 6.7 inches at the were cast by Chastain and ,IeireerL ,
I over weekend visiting seeing the streets are mowed ;i Pierce that they had previously business in Florida,
familyvill spend the weekend York City. ed 5-0 for the marshall to ,
I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McLeod.Mr. belongs. decided that such I Santa Fe Tower. noted th possibility
with Mr. and Mrs, John Mr. and Mrs. T. continue the 1 I Keating
H. Slade :, and Mrs. J. A. Sullivan operating mower.I "I don't see why, it would persons would not be assessedfor [ Only place that was wetter Green's plan was a kind ofi i that be overlooked.
Henderson' at St. Theresa and daughter, Susan One citizen present at the I I some may
went to and family are moving to De- just be an extra expense," any new project.It : this year than the average modified squeeze of Starke.but Anyone failing to receive this
Beach,near Tallahassee. Mrs. Baconton, Ga. meeting. Milo Smith asked
Jane Anderson Sunday where Land this weekend where Mr. I Chairman ,Kelly told him. was also agreed that the j rainfall over the entire county ; the Brooker district would form by July 5 should obtain ,
::: of is Susan
joined Miss
:Tampa Hilda Jack-
Sullivan is being transferred Board 'r "Is it the expense you're council would rescind its ruling -i last year was the Louis Hill encompass the entire western;, one from the nearest Bever-

,, 'tier sending several weeks with son and three other Wesleyan with'the Hercules. Powder Co. Approves worried about or are you a- of changing city residents -I Tower in Highland where .16 half of the county, skirting ;, age District! Office or by writ

jj"U\ .t daughter, Mrs. Trawick, College students for a month'strip Mrs.: H. P. :Moye of Orlandoand Asst. Agent fraid :of the outcome?" Phil- who do not have city I inches more was recorded this west of Sampson to the south, ing to the State Beverage Department
: family.
1.4 to the West, including Mrs. Charles Moye of Columbus lips asked. i electricity double for sewage' I Ii June. I I running close by Starke and Carlton Building,

ll Mr. and Mrs. C. Todd Mc- Mexico and California.Mr. Miss\ were overnight I Continued From Page One] "I'm not afraid of anythingor :! and water in the case of Bill II Just one fire which burned cutting a slice off the westside Tallahassee.
Ogden "
Pa. were guests of Mr. and guests Saturday of Mr. and j part of the old library quarters -I worried about anything, I McRae who lives on East Call only one acre was recorded in j I of the present Lawtey
and : daughter, Nancy, and Jim
Mrs. Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. I as a storage room. Kelly answered. : Street. Since McRae is a city I the county by the Florida For trict.
C. T.
McManus Hodge \ '
week. the past spent the weekend in Harold Tyus of Florida-I Dr. A. Y. Covington' county I, "That's the trouble, you're :, customer by virtue of the est Service last week. i School Board member Rod THE RIGHT POINT for the I:

Tommy to McManus\\iththem returned Bradenton where Nancy wasa Southern College, Lakeland, I health officer. told the boardhe not worried about anything,' I fact that he takes natural I I Since Jan. 1 this year only ney Hall submitted a plan, ray you write. Com In and .1 Iselect

I foc several weeks' visit. bridesmaid in the weddingof was home for the weekend.Mr. I would not request an increase Phillips told the chairman.In I gas, the council decided to i 74 fires have been recorded in I identified as Plan 4, also a your favorite ESTER-
Kendrick and Bob and Mrs. F. W. Strick in his department's other action at the meet- allow him to hook up to city the county compared to 154 mcdified squeeze of the two BROOK Fountain Peat TEL--
I Mr. and Mrs. I
Tommy Lewis Heckman. Linda will be in : I '
land have had as guests. Com. present budget of 1400861. ing: sewage at the regular charge. I during the same period last Starke districts. GRAFII.AMBULANCE

celebrated anniversary their 23rd wedding which Nancy and Jim's wedding and Mrs. W. C. Thomas and Jack Trawick. county sanitarian -I The council voted 3-2 not I The board also agreed to I II year. There have been only 'I .
Saturday will be event of
evening an Aug. of Norfolk Va. to add a correction to the Edwin ,
family on Monday requested an increase I reimburse city employee 497.8 acres burned since Jan.
,i at a dinner party at the Steer 24. I and Mr.\ and Mrs. W. C. I of $1,500 in the county's share i minutes of last month's meet- I Conway half the cost of 1 this year compared to 1- SERVICEPHONE
Room in Jacksonville
: John Benny and
Helping Sapp
daughI:Conway of Washington, D. C. of the mosquito control program i I his $200 tuition for his recently 334.5 during the same period
to celebrate the occasion with ter, Brenda, of Daytona Beach I 9642600'I
on Wednesday. Mrs. N. T. Ric- which totals around completed electrical last
them were Mr. and Mrs. L. M. are spending this week with year. (
cardi and son of Miami are I $20.000 annually including Shoppers SpendAt course. Conway is employedas I
Gaines. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp. Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
spending the summer with the state and federal funds. a lineman for the city electrical BAKE SALESt. ,
bie Shaller. Sapp will join her family on I
Stricklands.Mr. County Tax Collector J. R. Record RateI department.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Thursday for the weekend. : Edward's Altar Societywill : DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director j jI
and Mrs.\ Bill Genovarand Kelly was given permission by j Superintendent Dees was
wire were in Eufaula, Ala. Misses Jean Mundy of FSU 1 I Starke Fla.
sale Saturday
the sponsor a bake ,
children of Orlando were the Board to purchase a validating ordered to investigate
from Wednesday to Monday and Miss Sarah Knight of Ta- I Prom Page 1] I I
I July 6. starting at 9:30:
cost of
last Friday guests of Mr. and machine at an estimated installing mercury Vapor RENTAL SERVICES
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Red vares spent the weekend with :
front of the Winn-
Mrs. W. L. Thomas. cost of to be paid street on U.s. 301 south I a.m. in I
Earls. W. $1.100 : volume of 1354000. It rep- Hospital Bed. >'Vheel Chairs, Crutches :aI
Mrs. at
Mundy I
Kingsley I Mrs. J. T. Corbett of Fort for out of excess fees of his I resented 11 cents of the retail S.R. 100, and East Call Street. :, Dixie grocery store. I I I I- 4't
Young and Mrs. Lake. II' j jI jI
I'Myers is visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. office over a two-year period. dollar.
Lavona Dausman attended the Misses Linda Kav- Sale and C. Lewis ,for several weeks. I Clerk Darby read a communication Sales of general merchandise -I ,\,
Garden Club short course at U. Shi Ann Smith started work- __ _
:Miss Mary Schmitt of Dell from Rep. A. J. in department and variety -I w --- =.u ___
of F. last Wednesday to Fri- ing Monday at the State Plant I Medical Technical School, Ashe- Thomas Jr. calling the board's II I stores, totaled $253,000 F I

day.Mr. Board in Gainesville.Mr. t ville. N. C. will be home for attention to two new laws, I' equal to two cents.

and Mrs. Ellis, Thornton, : and Mrs. Guy Bragg of the weekend.Mr. one authorizing a county, Apparel shops accounted for !

nnd ,Mrs ,W. H.. Hart were in ,,Tampa were weekend guests of and Mrs. Billy Moore zoning board, and one reQuiring -!I I $727,000 or six cents of the rUSED CAR I IFASTACTIONALE

: Jacksonville Sunday afternoon j jI Mr and jMrs.J, D.' Casey at i and children of Madison spent building contractors to .I!I dollar. '- ,J'I FORD DEALER

visiting Mr. Thornton's sister, Hampton Lake. I the weekend with :Mrs. Lois obtain permits for construc- i Home furnishings stores .
Mrs. Alma Simonton who is a :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and I'
Moore. I sjon vforz :n the county. Darby -I had receipts of $731.000, I
patient in St. Vincent's Hospital family of Miami were overnight I
Granvil Jones of Jacksonvilleis I suggested that a special which amounted to six cents. '
following surgery. guests Friday of Mrs.: spending this week with his meeting be held later in the I

Mrs. Edith Christiansen left. W. G. Haile. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. I'month for a study of these I
Green GetsDefender
Friday for J\Te\v Prleans to visit Sgt. Bob Ham and Sgt. Jer- Clyde Priest.Tommy new laws and methods to implement

her son-in-law and daughter, ry Lawson of Orlando AFB Reddish is visitinghis them. I'

:Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson were Sunday visitors of:Mr. and cousin. Billy Royster, in County Road Foreman R.' Post

and family. 1,,'Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Jacksonville this week. E. Jones was instructed to post'
[Continued from Page One] Sizzling sales action on our new '63 Fords, Fairlanes, and Falcons has been crowdingour
load limit signs secondary
Mike Flynn and Miss TOni !! Bill Green left Friday for i Buster Ritch of Hialeah is on

George of Daytona Beach spent I'New York where he embarked 'visiting Dr. and Mrs. T. G. II roads in the county. fense. used car lots with beautiful trade-ins many makes and models We've

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,Monday for a two months tour '!hUtch and family for two weeks., A letter was read from the I There are over 80 cases now :

L. C. Adams. of Europe. Admittance to Bradford : Civic Round Table concerning., awaiting disposition under I Ii priced 'em all for fast action! Sale includes choice A-1 Used Cars. inspected

County Hospital this week inclUde undesirable conditions at the I I i the new public defender law, !
road-tested for Come in
when extra
I reconditioned your protection.
-. : :Mrs. Florence crosb '. outside rest: rooms on the I Green said Tuesday. |I I

Mrs. Carrie May Rosier, andMrs. courthouse grounds. Courthouse He plans to keep his office : for these and more like them Hurry act fast while the bargains lastI! !f

'! \ Maggie Stewart. I janitor Eddie Norman and live in Starke. The young -- I
FLORIDA i Miss Virginia Erwin of Jacksonville j I told the board he cleaned the lawyer, who received his degree -" --- I

spent the first of the :i rooms twice daily and did not from the University of'', I

week with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. know what else could be done' Florida Law School this summer i I

Erwin. except to experiment with a I is married and has two ) DAY VACATION TRIP TO MIAMII

, :Miss Sandra Shealey is con- I new deodorant that is being daughters. His wife is the ;,

THEATRE- valescing at home after under- j used on rest rooms inside the!i former Saundra Marie Jones

going surgery in the J. Hillis 1: courthouse. The board told I daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Miller :Medical Center. J'Norman to see what could be Tyler Jones of Starke, and WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY

Mrs. Lucile. Davis spent last done to remedy the situation the children are Kathy, aged i F R E E .
OPENING TIME week with her brother, Rufus referred to in the RoundTable I 21/2, and Melonie, 1%. Green'
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Tatum in Jacksonville.Mr. I letter. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I

6:00P.M. and Mrs. L. J. Swan I The board met as a Board Lex: Green of Starke.
L of Equalizers, but no complaints I
were in Orlando over the week-
SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2:00 end visiting relatives.Mr. r were received from i Rev. Hemmingway 1 1959 Custom
and Mrs. H. G. DavisJr. I taxpayers' concerning their assessments' 1962FordFordorV8Fordomatic 1
I Memorial Service
of Gainesville visited Mrs. j
Friday, Saturday July 5, 6 Lucile Davis on Tuesday-while 1 A meeting will be held at'j ''Set This SundayA Fordor Wagon, V.8 and Heater I

9:30: a.m. on July 15 to start I
enroute to New Yark where j PUSH BUTTON RADIO and HEATER
will leave for month's on budget.
they a memorial service for the

I:tour of Europe with the University -I late Rev. L. G. Hemmingwaywill !IF Only 9V. $$159500

_ NO.1'' NO. 2" j j.d. Alumnt Tour. Police/ Set be held at 2:30: p.m. Sun- I Only $99500

I Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers day July 7 in the Airpark
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"MJi". \\." '""'_ _' I[and family of Fort Lauderdale |22 ClassesFor Baptist Church.Participating. I

to. BODYGUARD TO I i are visiting Mr. and Mrs. t in the service

4THE1 p' ) I. BEAUTY! I I,'Robert Paterson for a week. \ Training .will be Rev. W. M. Dunaga 1960 Ford Fordor ((6)) 1957 Ford Country Sedan I

: I Attending the Presbyterian Rev. S. E. Sparks, Rev. Lacy

llAYc K1V: __ 'Pioneer camp at Camp Montgomery A 22 hour course covering I Conway, and Rev. C. A. Crosby.i i Over Drive, Radio and Fordor Wagon. Fordomatic

I : ir SILU\: I this week are Gloria 13 different areas has been Special music will be provided'

OF tar:J CIXJ\ :Gibson Linda Paterson, Carrie launched; by the Starke Police J by the,Madison Street Baptist I HEATER, REAL ECONOMY RADIO and HEATER, ONE OWNER I

> I .Sanders, Susan Salazar, Patsy Department throueh: the Bradford Church and the Raiford Bap-

__ SWORDSMAN :Hitchcock, Donna Green, Terry 1 County Civil Defense Unit. tist Church.. Only Pr$109500 Only W $$79500
THE'g' and Jimmy Yawn and Peter The first class was held last This day is also,the anniversary -

., Fancher. i! Thursday night June 25. riot ,.of the Airpark Church
_a ",: HIDEOUS OFS.,11t.TlI. :
TRIFF1DS" CRAWLING ,...... Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand control with Assistant COUIty which was founded under the

: TERRORtTH _. daughter, Betsy, and Miss : Defense Director Bill Shiner direction of Rev: Hemmingway. 1960 Rambler Fordor

_COLOR and CINEMASCOPE- K&\ usnuamn Madge Middleton returned Sunday as instructor. Classes will beheld 1955 Buick Tudor HardtopAutomatic I
weeks'tour : once each week with theI
night from a three I
of the Western States. I purpose behind the training Presbyterian Church, Wagon. Radio and Heater,

Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. While away they spent several 1 to be the organization of an STANDARD TRANSMISSION Radio and HeaterACTION I

days 'in Roseville:! Calif. with Auxiliary Police Unit to serve H. Walton Grady, Minister

July 7 8 9 10 the :Matthews son-in-law and in' Civil Defense actions. I
daughter Airman and Mrs. I At the completion of the Week of July 7-13, 1963. Only $$99500 Only !IF $ .95OO I

!i course the Police Department Sunday: Sunday S c h ool, : .
John :M. Miller and family.Mr. .
: : JERRYLEISI ( will be subject to call byj I 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, I:
_J and Mrs.:: John McKinney: CD personnel any time they i iI 11 a.m.; Junior Choir! practice,!,

: of Graham will ,celebrate their I i may be needed. The 13 sub-j Youth Fellowship, 6:30: p.m.; ,

AS !birthdays: on Sunday, July 7. ; jects, which will cover the| Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. j
Everyone essentials necessary for the Tuesday: Circle ,n will meet: YOUR FORD
: and ,bring a basket dinner. i with Mrs. Stewart W. Beckett.;
"THE : formation of a police depart- ...
;Mrs. ,W. H. Thomson of ment, will include police conduct I and Circle m will meet with'

.t I Monticello and Mrs. John W. authority and jurisdiction I Mrs. J. W., Brownlee 10,a-m.;

I Griffin of Ochlochnee Ga. are arrest and search, patrolling Circle I will meet with Mrs. TERWILLEGAR

spending this week with their I crowd and mob behavior ,E. M. Davis 8 p.m. MOTORS

il : Co-Starring: STELLA STEVENS DELI motherlrg", ::: F. F. Stump i use of police riot club, Wednesday: Deacons- Meeting .

I white:Miss Lillian Stump is ed defense traffic 7:30: p.m.Thursthy .
: Mrs. Richard Fowler I Senior Choir

I. MOORE, KATHLEEN: FREEMAN: I i in visiting. Eau Ga li!. I i.of.crime evidence prevention. .and first unarm-I Practice.-.-- "7:30:. :--pjn.- --. .206 ja, .WEST- MADISON. STREET -, -- ,.. ." -, -'-STARKE- ... FLA.P.CE :.

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Miss Pam Parker, ,Mrs. Calvin Pace Mrs. HatcherVeds Final 'payment>> Sponsored by The American i

Is Honor Guest Li Is Mr. DenmarkIn !Of legion, other organizations I II
; ComplimentedAt Racing Funds contributing a part of the expenses II

[At Bridal Shower Stork ShowerOn Home Ceremony Made To County I for the week are the !

; Starke Rotary Club, Civitan

I' Miss Pam Parker, prospec- Thursday evening, June Mrs. Jeannette Norman Hat- ,1 The final payment of $7,800 Club, and the Elks Lodge.

GLADYS MOOTT PHQMS W4-OS3I tive bride of July 12 was 20 Mrs. Geneva Tanner, Mrs. Cher of :Miami and Earl Leslie from the race track tax fund : Wm. S. Haas will take the

I complimented at a delightful Lee Crawford Mrs. Hicks Denmark of Jacksonville '!
Jerry were for the current 1963-64 fis al boys to Tallahassee Sunday

Lr' |miscellaneous shower Thursday *_ and :Mrs. J. L. Hobbs entertained :united in marriage..Saturday year has been received by; morning.

fuss Wainw.rightInspiration (evening''Woman's, June 27, at the Starke ; % at a delightful stork afternoon at the\. home of Mr. ; Bradford County Clerk Charles i i

For I Club. Hostesses were shower at the Community Club j and Mrs. David Browning in Darby, it was announced Mr. and Mrs. Bob Spooner

I I Mrs. R. R. Andrews, Mrs. ff ., } house at State Farm honoringMrs. :, the presence of a few close this week. j'I''.of Plant dinner
City was Sunday -
aries Of Parties I George Anderson, :Mrs. J. A. Calvin Pace. !friends. '.
I j The clerk said the payment guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Griffin Mrs. Kate Sheppard, & Summer flowers were used in II I I The couple resides in Jack. i! brings the total received this ::Raiford Brannen.
Miss: Betty Lou Wainwright Mrs. Willie Mac Denton :4b&I -
of interestin -
It- decorating points
i sonville where Mr. Denmark is fiscal year, for each county in Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller
pular bride-elect Earl Searing, Mrs. I
was compli- Guy Sale, the club room for the occa- i employed with John Deal Chevrolet -, the state, to ,$206,800, the
:nted with several delightful Mrs. C. H. were overnight guests Wednesday -
Nasworthy: Mrs. ::: sion. The gifts were displayedon i Motors. !! highest in the; history of the I '
ties in the past week. Ruby Johns, and Mrs. W. H. : a table along side a yellow I I of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
On Saturday evening Mr. tax. Each county last year received in
I Bradley Leesburg.
Misses Donna Trawick and Hart. and white covered bassinet. 1 I
1 puI_ I and Mrs. Denmark, along with $201,000.
enda Lewis entertained at The club house was lovelyfor The refreshment table was i I
:,Mr. and Mrs. Browning, who BOATDRAIN BAPTIST '
ovely Coca-Cola party Sat- 2 the occasion with covered with a white damask ,
1"j !were celebrating their first Four To Leave
lay afternoon for :Miss I| CHURCH
palms at points of interest, cloth with a stork centerpiece.At i
$ entertained
'J. wedding anniversary -
inwright at the Trawick .r : and in front of the stage, mag- one end of the table was acrystal at the Starke Country For Boy's State I' Sunday School. 10 a. m.
.:. .
me at Kingsley Lake. : {. nolia leaves were banked and [ punch bowl and also I
.. ,. : t.. I Club. Morning Worship. 11 &. m.
Colorful arrangements of zin- i Four BHS students will
.i interspersed with pink zinnias. t ,>. served were cakes decorated -,
as were used to advantage White bridal flowers in attractive : ". with miniature baby booties. j Approximately 60 guests at j leave Sunday for a week at Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
I decorating points of interest arrangements were also v'. 'o',: .<,.4" \. Silver compotes held nuts and :tended. Refreshments were t Boys State! in Tallahassee. I Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.

the occasion. The refresh- -J- used to advantage. 1 1I ."' -:- ... mints. i[served from an attractively 1! They are: John Williams, Er- Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,

'I nt table was centered with I I I I nest Jenkins, Tom Gardner, 7'.30 p. m.
The tea table was overlaid Appropriate games were t appointed table. i
Cokes in a "wishing well"'rttainer Ic'4'
f surrounded by ivy.poden Judy Carol Haislop with a handsome cutwork cloth played during the party hours, I !

and was centered with an arrangement 8 to 10 p. m. Prizes were i it DEPENDABLE SERVICE
trays held dainty :Is i- ." 'p -s. I Bill. Green,Gets t
; EngagedTo of white gladioli, t _-. awarded to Mrs. :Martha Dick-
tdwiches, cakes, nuts, andgits. I
Wallace mums, gypsophelia, and pink S ; \ son and Mrs. Eula Hagood.The Chemistry Degree : Akridge Taxi Service
0 Griggs .' I
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sweetheart roses. Flanking the '; hostesses presented Mrs.
The hostesses presented the .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop centerpiece were two silver. j r ; i Pace with an electric feedingdish i I William Harris [B&l Green
moree with a crystal candy : "
i of Starke announce the engage- five-branched candelabra with I as a memento of the oc 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Lex
w as a memento of the oc-
#ion. ment and approaching marriage pink tapers. Two silver and I 1t casion. I Green of Starke recently received -

|of their daughter. Judy Carol, I[crystal compotes held nuts and -_ Approximately 50 guests en- a bachelor of science in

forty 1 between guests were the invited appointed to ;i to Wallace Mitchell Griggs, II mints and two silver trays at I r ; .5 joyed' the affair.Cemetery chemistry degree from the

son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. each end held cake squares ,* I University of South Carolina
ira, four to five o'clock. I -
Griggs, Lake Butler. iced in pale green topped with I 1 Working at Columbia. 'PHONE I

1 aturday evening, Mrs. Jim- Miss Haislop is a 1963 grad- !stal white chip bells.and A silver dish and held cry- 'At New RiverThe Green plans to take a mas-
,uate of Bradford County High a ters degree in chemistry at
f Rowe and :Mrs. Carl Lamar % '
dip and potato chips. Starke Fla. 964-2681
sins gave a delightful dessert |School and Mr. Griggs is a New River Baptist USC and then hopes to enter ,

Union The punch table was covered ___ _,_ _ja--: ]
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graduate -
edge party at the home of County ------ -------w------------I- -y Church will have a cemetery j I medical school. I_ .I
latter honoring Miss Wain-I High. He is presently employ- with a white linen cloth and I I
woiking Saturday : 6.
Watson July
!centered with a Nancy Kay Weds Stephen Harden
ght and her fiance Gene Jed with Morrison's BarberShop crystal punch I

LW. Ii in Gainesville. bowl surrounded by greenery' In Paducah, Ky. Methodist Church
interspersed with
pink florets.
arrangements of artificial The wedding will be an eventof '

ers were used to advantage ; Saturday night, August 24, Also on this table were crystal [ On Saturday afternoon, June in the church parlor. AS LITTLE AS 7

lecorating points of interest .at 8 o'clock in the Pine Level ,dishes and a chip and dip dish 15, Miss Nancy Kay Watson For a brief wedding trip BJy( NOWhI

the party rooms. I IBaptist Church. A reception with nuts, mints, and dip. became the bride of Charles Mrs. Harden left wearing a

Ifter three progressions of twill follow immediately in the The lovely gifts were displayed Stephen Harden at the Broad- pink striped bermuda suit. At '
Ige at the six tables, prizese 'Educational Building of the [ on three long tables at way Methodist Church, Paducah her shoulder was a corsage of I '

awarded to the winners. church. one side of the room. I Ky. The double ring cere- philanopsis orchids taken from

I Mrs. Hart and was at 4 m. her bridal .
Mrs. Sale mony performed p. bouquet.Mr.
lome made ice cream ande | All friends and relatives of \
the greeted guests at the door and with Dr. James P. Irion offi- and :Mrs. Harden will Holds YourA
were served to the guests couple are invited to at-
presented them to the receiving ciating. be at home at 424 NE 6th
ore bridge tend the wedding and recep- t in
Tje hostesses presented the tion. I line composed of Miss The bride is the daughter of Street Gainesville. I II Layaway 'I/L

Parker, her mother, Mrs. Mau- I,
ored couple with a silver Mr. and Mrs. Wynn 0. Watson -

ring tray as a remembrancethe 'Stork Shower Givens rice Wingate, and Mrs. Maceo of Paducah, Ky. Mr. Harden Bettie Jean Hollis I II II I _
: I Tison of Waldo mother of the I
occasion. 4k is the son of Mrs. Louise Weds W. E. RoweIn I, FIRST QUALITY FAMOUS BRANDOUTSTANDING
bride-groom elect. ,
For Mrs. Yawn Harden of Raiford and E. C. '

lisa Wainwright was compli- The hostesses presented the Harden Jr. of Wewahitchka.For GainesvilleMiss I _

kited at a lovely luncheon At Paterson HomeMrs. honoree with a silver chip and the ceremony the. cathedral _

nday In the Pecan Room of '. It dip dish as a memento of the windows of the church_ Bettie Jean Hollis of
T. A. Yawn Jr. was Gainesville, daughter of Mr. $
Garden Restaurant given occasion. were massed with magnolia I
honored at a delightful and Mrs. George W. Cheshierof
LJUlian accented with
I Miss Stump of I Approximately 160 leaves and can-
rice, Irs.fiW. H. omsonlfQntJ.of.1e luncheon and stork shower on guests delight The altar was banked Starke, became the bride of
Wednesday, July 19 given by i were invited to call between
Elbert of the U.
:Mrs. i of Walter Rowe,
and JohnGriffmoofrOchlochnee I with garden pots magnolia
Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. Robert the appointed hours, eight to
: Ga. I foliage and the railing was 1 S. N., Boston, Mass., son of -
(Reed and Mrs. Robert Paterson -; nine-thirty. Mr. and Mrs.V.. E. deMaupas- S "
he ,Ted dinning table screened. with huckleberry and _
at the home of the latteron /
candela- sant of Gainesville on Monday AN VALUE!
with magnolias. Numerous
i centered a long low 1 '
Brownlee road. Visitors Honored afternoon, June 17 at 3 o'clock
< the back-
ingement in. :1jilver antique bras highlighted
i I The guests were seated at either side of the in the McCale Chapel with Rev..
it bowl containing' a pink 'At ground. On
one large table and three card I Dessert-Bridge, columns filled Fred T. .Laughon Jr. officiat- h4Fiitit
n wedding rjnn the altar were large
to which was, attached tables which were covered with Tuesday Night \with gladioli, large, white mums ing. :I ;
t white linen and cutwork cloths'and
Decorating the chapel for the :
:Wing bells 'iUloops, ofetpink and calla I
centered with arrange- Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs. wedding were tall baskets ofI
nylon tuljfy sweet- : Nuptial music was presentedby I
ments of mixed zinnias. j J. R. Wainwright were hos- white bridal flowers interspersed IN 9 GORGEOUS COLORS
ik' carnations and ,;ladioli'l, Mrs. Lynn Werner, organist _
I teases at a delightful dessert-
Is flanked 10\\\ I The honoree was presented i with red roses.
was by ., :and Richard Throgmorton,
(nched silver candeiabrasfding { with her gifts in a bassinet i!bridge party Tuesday evening''! W. E. deMaupassant- served

andcen .decorated with blue and pink 1 I at the home of the later honoring loist.The his son as best man. \..
pink tapers Mrs. R. G. Kidd Jr. of bride, given in marriageby \ TANGERINE FERN GREEN
crepe paper. The hostesses attended her
ed by sweetheart ballsofIk Miss Sue Hollis I I I I
her father, wore a chapel
Hawaii Mrs. John Griffin
nylon with showersof presented her with a corsage. sister as maid of honor in an ,
of sweetheart roses and a baby Ochlochnee, Ga., :Mrs. W. H. length gown of silk organzaover I"i S LIGHT GREEN ORCHID
!Tow satin ribbons. In the aqua sheath dress featuring a i
taffeta designed by
!idle of the long table was :pumpkin seat as a memento Thomson of Monticello, Mrs. bridal Bridals, I Ii boat neckline, draped front and
Musico of Romance
Bingle candleholder centered\I of the occasion. Roy Ward of Lake City, and white lace trim, designed by RED BLUEPINK
Mrs. J. A. Scanlan of Vent with a princess line panel accented A .
| tho 18 her mother. She carried white '
an epergnette holding an Among guests were Hills Farms, Va.Mrs. I with Alencon lace out- a

angement of sweet pink Mrs. Wesley Thomas of North lined with corde embroidery.The carnation nosegay. !I 4I YELLOW BEIGE

.dioli and carnations. Trail- Carolina and :Mrs.: J. G. Cald- F. F. Stump and Mrs. fitted bodice featured a The bride was given in mar- ... .*

f the length of the long well, mother of the honoree. 'I George Flynn: Sr. joined the Sabrina neckline scalloped with :riage by her father and was S .-

>les were garlands of smilax. I guests for refreshments before corde and Alencon lace motif. I'lovely in a white, soft crepe, and Acrilan

Idal! place cards, carrying 'Maj. And Mrs. Kidd bridge was played. After sev- The gown had long slim sleeves j street ltngth dress. Her short Ray n J

the pink and green color eral progressions of bridge, at that terminated in calla lilies veil of illusion was attached to .. .
I Washable
ttif, marked the seating ar- ,Are Honor Guests 'i the four tables and one tableof points. The controlled skirt i'white head band and she carried Long Wearing

for the 24 guests. I canasta, prizes were award- witha ,
igement t had bubble pleats that formed a white Bible topped t
I Major and Mrs. R. G. Kidd led.i satin Guaranteed Mothproof
The hostesses presented the a back bustle. The bride.'s white orchid long :
and of Hawaii, former jz
Jr. family i i tiara.j
}oree with a matching linenas I was a forehead of istreamers. 'II
: spray Wide Satin
Starke residents, are'isit- :1
a memento of the occa- :BosworthHinesMr. ganza with seed pearls and I!i I The bride's mother was attired :
'ing Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, I' ? ,
p. opalescents, attached to a I in a beige cotton sheath --5-- /+ < Bindings
| and Sr..and family this week while Mr. Mrs. Jack Hines i '.$' 'S'S,,
lrs. J. Wainwright finger tip veil of French illu- .dress with lace trim and complemented 5' -'- \

|s. F. J. Shaw, mothers of enroute to Turner AFB, Albany I announce the marriage of their sion. She carried a white Bible I' with a white car- EVERYTHING Deluxe 72x90-inch

bride and Ga. Rhodia, to George M. I
I prospective I [daughter topped with philanopsis or- nation corsage.
all 1 The Flynn home was the !Bosworth. The took I FIRST QUALITY fl
from, were present at wedding chids, baby green calla lilies 1 The, groom's mother wore a'
|tee parties. Also at the lun- 'scene of a delightful family reunion -i place on June 25 in Montgomery and stephanotis. blue cotton sheath dress witha

[ the guest Sunday at a luncheon I t Ala. I
on on Monday
:Miss Watson had as her maid white carnation corsage. T
included Mrs. Carl Chambof honoring the"Kidd family. The I Famous
| The couple will reside inMontgomery Lady Pepperell Pepperell
Jacksonville aunt of the 27 guests included members of I J Jof. honor, her sister, Miss Wynn Following the wedding a reception -
| : where Mr. Bos- Watson, with Miss Susan was held at the homeof
Mrs. Richard Kidd of the family and Mr. and Mrs.
!worth is employed with Weath- Houghland and Miss Joan Mr. and Mrs. deMaupassant
Kvaii, and Mrs. J. A. gcanlan'Vent Dick Bush and children of Pa- "SOLO STRIPE" "PARK LANE"
Hills Farm, Va. ilatka. I er Brothers Transfer Co. wore Crowe as identical bridesmaids.floor length They. I Gainesville.at 1003. NW 8th Avenue,

dresses of bronze green silk After some time Only PeppereH offer N A P-
spending Protected with PeppercU'i exclusive -
organza featuring scoop neck- with their gests, the couple pilling GUARD and ttet matting.resists A flee shedding blend, NAP-GUARD. Fine blend *t

lines, cap sleeves, and bubble left on a short wedding trip. of nylon and rayon soil 599 rayon ind acrylic fiber; wide ly- 599
Bank of Starke
Choice ot 6
The State deep luxurious nap. '
Community hip sheath with flowing floor The bride traveled in a laven- beautiful striped colors on pure lon satin binding. Gorgeous Mtlid
colors 'ind white. Extra large
length panel attached to the der street 'dress with white white. Machine washable Large
72x90-incli size. MiSO-inch.
Starke, Florida back of a designed midriff. accessories. They are now re- '

The matching pillbox hats also siding at 1003 NE 8th Ave.,

I, had a back panel trimmed like Gainesville. _-_/ -%- _
the dresses. Their -
gloves were
STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 29th, 1963 long self-material gauntlets The bride is a graduate of FAMOUS 'FRUIT OF THE LOOM'

BHS, class of '62, and is 'presently :
and they carried bouquets of

calla golds and croton foliage 1 I employed in the
--- Botany Department of. the Coverlet
accented with green streamersand i
*> University of Florida. The

Deposits ___________ $ 2,531,833.57 green grapes. i I groom is a graduate of GHS, Lt-r: : d '
*h due from banks _... $ .448,243.44t. ,. Joseph C. Harden brotherof class of '62 and is presently ,,', .5 4 1c-' Decorative spread by day warm.
: the served as best -
groom stationed with the U. S. N. in S : : : d" cover at night. All cotton rmrsibfo 99
Securities .Unearned Interest 44.095.06 man. Ushers were Boyd, 'r 4
S. Gov. 1,246,957.51 ---- Jerry 5-
I Boston, Mass. t, 5 .5 cover, completely washable. LockS
Gaines, .
Terry Tommy Corbitt, ,
stitched for longer wear. Cuncondt-;

ins and Discounts ..---- 1,039,059.46 capital Stock __________ 100,000.00 land Ronald Watts. I i .5 '5 tionally guaranteed. Lovely floral
,. Mrs, Watson, mother of the 4 Local Students 1-I'
I I II .- patterns, colored border.
miturc and Fixtures __ 10.0101.61 bride, wore a sheath of honey-
Surplus _________ 55,000.00 I. Graduate From
dew green chiffon over silk
nk Building Owned _____ 47,449.88 _ _ _ _ _ _ _
taffeta. Her hat was a fitted SJRJC This JuneFour -

Undivided Profits ___ 29.613.51 ,,pillbox of nile green straw CARP'S OWN 'PREMIUM'
er Real Estate _____ 4932.57
: I overlaid with tiny lilies-of-the students from .Starke

,valley accented by a tinted : and Lake Butler graduatedfrom
Reserve Acc't.
ler Assets ______ 2735.06" : ------- 28858.45 I
,. far U- rose and a small cluster of I St. Johns River Junior Electric Blanket

t', frosted green grapes. She wore College in,Palatka in exercises::

green cymbidium orchids at held June 6. 5' ? ;.sQ 'J; ; F

TOTAL RESOURCES $ 2,809,407.59 TOTAL INABILITIES..... $ 2,809,407.59 i her shoulder. I Starke graduates were JanIce GUARANTEED 2 FULL YEARS Qi S '', -

The groom's mother chose I Conner and Perman Rob- t '
blanket I
Made America's largest
for the occasion a turquoisesilk erts, and Lake Butler gaduat- by / _
4I manufacturer so good it's guar 4 -
I organza gown with white I II es were Shirley Beasley and anteed two full years. Unbreakable) 99 -" '4-. ,, '

I MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I accessories. Pinned at her Anna Ward. heat control perfect all night 1 2 ,.,. ---
Full double bed
comfort. ;
shoulder were white
cymbidium State of
j Superintendent '
C I Make Your Home Bank Your Banking Home [i I orchids. : Schools Thomas D- Bailey size.green.Red, pink, blue, beige or light \

I I Immediately following the spoke to the 54 graduates at

U [ :ceremony a reception was held their graduation ceremony. .
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. Cecil Field Tourney e : t Mrs. H. B. Hamilton clair, Blue; Mrs. L. J, \\'ann' Mrs. R. M. Caddell and Mrs.

red and yellow. j. I Tommy Hamilton. and mima-

( .f) Bish Bishop Wins Jax Golf Meet 4$ ; At Wins Zinnia Sweepstakes Show i,I Unusual Blue Division; Mrs.: MrsfL n'T'mDfHamiltonRed -:.Zinnias J. Swann.-;-!i MriiR.tufe'zinnia''Judges M.for Caddell.the arrangements show were

Even though the recent': and .Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair Mrs. Marvin Hazen and Mrs.

\:: Using a hot putter to maintain earlier, this year, the 16-year- I p -efr rains ruined most of the Zinnias -, White. 7 .4.- II''A. Russell Norman. ,

a two-stroke lead Harold old clouter of 250-yard drivesran and other cut flowers.I) Division II Other Cu$
i Lawtey Wins 2 Food Fair Takes J !
Bishop. Starke's outstanding dQwn only one birdie over j, t the annual zinnia flower show j Flowers Petunias: :Mrs. H. I

1 I young golfer posted a concluding ,the government-owned par I I Games To Gain 4 Points In I ____ was spectacular accordingto B. Hamilton, Blue. Mrs. H. B. I Steno Notebooks, gtno

: 75 for a 36-hole total 36-36-72 course Sunday. It I In Dixie 'LeagueLawtey Summer Bowling Mrs. L. V. Hardin. Chair- i, Hamilton. two reds. i""K -red Type, TypewriterPens
.. of 147 in :recording: his first came on the 10th hole from man and Mrs. H. B. Hamil-\ Outstanding dried I
I arrange- Typing Paper. Erasers,
important gol ylctory Sunday a seven-footer. He counted 29 I : ,;' ton Vice Chairman. ments exhibited I I I
at the I won two games one Food Fair took all four I : ( receivIng Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH.
annual invitation putts. Mrs. H. B. Hamilton was honorable
over league leading Florida points from Russ' with Acie I :w k4' W i, mention were..
championship at the Cecil Two of his four ;
bogeys ;, given the Sweepstakes Award !, JCASH
t. i| Pest Control 9.1. to gain on Johnson rolling a 517 series -
Field Naval Air Station.A came during a late afternoon ;. I for having won the most blue
;| the leaders in Dixie Youth for the winners and B. Williams _
Bradford High School rain storm which added more j 1 ribbons on her entries.
i i I Baseball but they have still pacing the losers with a L .. : 7 ', I
I' senior and an all-area foot- water to an already soggy, but' -. -. I Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair was !
( lost three games to Pest Control's 512 series in Men's Summer
I i
ball center the 6-2. 200- thoroughly playable, course. : given the Award of Merit for "

pounder edged two others by He hit 12 greens in regulationand four. League Bowling during the 1 having the highest scoring A N D jjiLCARRY ,:
So far in league play Pest past week.
two shots to take home first admittedly "scrambled a- i entries in the Horticulture
Control has won 15 while los- Community Bank also took'
place honors. Jerry Foley, Cecil round. He fired an even-par L Division.
ing three,'a total of 18 games, four points from Gem Jewelry ____ : tew1J
fighter pilot and 72 during his n
Guy opening round. John Lee of Lawtey won a
while Lawtey has won 13 with Charlie Johns rolling a
Ruscetta wound up in a tie Bishop also equaled the 72- i Enlist In National GuardFourteen I green ribbon! in the Junior Di-
for 'i while losing four a total of : 550 series for the winning 20 .
secondary honors. with Foley par Cecil Field course Satur- vision for his JULY 8
outstanding ar- THRU JULY
17, one less than the league team and Rudolph Hutcheson .
winning on the first extra L day in his first round to takea rangement.The .
I leaders. rolling a 475 for Gem Jewelry, of the twenty new' throughout Florida who will
hole with a birdie four. 2-stroke lead in the 11th 15 t
I: "I Lawtey's 9-1 trouncing of Still holding their own, members o:!( the 622nd Ord-j I be attending camp at the Educational Division YR..BONDROOF ;
scrambled all day. long- anniversary of the tourna- I I :
i Pest Control last Friday was j Starke Motor Parts took three nance Company [GS1 Florida same time. these exhibits: How to : SHINGLES 235 lb.
Bishop admitted after ment with nines of 38 and 34. I (I root 755 sq.
by far the most important win I points from Pyrofax Gas. Bob National ,Guard, recently enlisted "We welcome those interested cuttings using a propa- '
38.posting his final round of 37- In Saturday's opening play I'I of the season as they picked ]iI I Drake was high man for 'the < in; the local unit are i in joining to visit us at gating unit made of a gaLlon::
Bishop, 10
a four : YR.
handicapper GUARANTEE
I up two games on the'leaders. league leading Motor Parts. shown above. any time and we would like can filled with layers of pea '
the work.was"my he admitted.putter that did I fired water-soaked three birdies course over from the] I Mike Crawford led Lawtey's team with a 554 series. Army I From] left to right: 1st row] to have as many join as .possible sand.gravel The spaghrum herb exhibit moss showed and ROOF SHINGLES 220 lb. g45 sq. '

j: effort with one-hit pitching, Armstrong high for Pyro- : PvtsLeslie Jackson, J. W. before our summer field
Fifth overall in this year's;: fairly short putts. Three bogeys chives- plant to
a belonging
yielding only a scratch single fax with a 531 series. training which begins'on July 1
| Thomas, Robert R h o d en,
state ,. two on the outgoing nine ,
Jaycees links champion to 27 the onion family. A varied PER. ROLL
Johnny Warren in the and ends August 10, Red- ;
League Standings Kirkland. 2nd ]
Charles W. row
ship and "B" championship;1 I and one on the incoming nine., I I fourth inning. Pest Control's W L dish said. display of bulletins on horti- ROOFING FELT -.15 lb. or 30 lb. :
canceled those efforts and Thomas W. Roberts. Wayne 258
winner in the Starke Golf and lone tally came when Tommy Personnel Officer, CWO Al- culture and herbs were available -
Motor Parts. . 18 6
gave him an even par 72 for i iI Hollingsworth J.Y.. Dukes,
for the
Country Club invitation stagedMAYOR'S the day however. Chastain walked and then!I Pyrofax . . 15 2 8& .I and Lacy Griffis. 3rd row] bert L. Crosby Jr. said the public. PER. ROLL
scored on an error. Crawford i ... unit will take approximately winning ribbons
Community. . 14 10
Charles Wilkison ROLL
t picked up the win and Gary! Gem Jewelry .-.-. 13 11 I I 150 people to camp which will in Division I- Cut Flowers ROOFING90 lb. 1 sq. 345 '

COURTMayor disturbing the peace and public Hamilton was the loser. TexPatrick's :: Food Pah--.. . 7% 16% i Rowe Henley, Sammy George Lewis.Smith,Carlos and include most of the personnelin were: Mrs. L. V. Hardin Blue;

intoxication. ,I long double was Russ' . . . 4 20 the unit. However, Crosby Mrs. R. M. Caddell Yellow;
Randal Chitty heard Two persons were charged i Lawtey's only extra base hit. Jimmy Thornton. All 14 are said. some 10-12 members will Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair, Red; ALL PAINTS -- 5 gal. or more | 0%

22 cases in two light sessionsin I with disorderly conduct by I Lawtey also picked a needed 1 from Starke and Lawtey. I be on six months active duty Mrs. Tommy Hamilton. White.

Starke Mayor's Court dur- | use of profane and indecent win last Tuesday when they AAA OfficialAgrees l I' Capt. Drew :F Reddish, unit training which is required for Division I- Dried Arrange DISC.

ing the past two weeks. language and there were sin- I(; downed Coca Cola on Texi i commander, states that "We| persons joining without priorI ments: Mrs. R. M. Caddell I ".

There were four cases each gle charges of disorderly conI]I I i I Patrick's five-hit pitching. Not ToBypassStarke i| have reached our reduced military service.Personnel who won a Blue Ribbon. PER. M I

of disorderly conduct by ; duct, driving without a license!! Kenny Hall and Frank Tom- strength authorization but due I will ba seniors in high school L Division II- House Plants: Framing Lumber No. 2 Pine $1 QQPER.

threatening to do bodily harm reckless d r iv i ng unlawful J linson allowed only five hits I i to the fact that some units] i[ next year will leave in the Mrs. Mae Wells. Blue; Mrs., '

and failure to yield the right- speed leaving the scene of|I for Coca Cola but they walked | have not we can still accept I summer of 1964 for their six: ; H. B. Hamilton, Blue; Mrs. R. ..
of-way and causing an acci- an accident, and failure to I! nine men.Richard. 'I! e enlistments for awhile. Recently E. Lee. White. M I
.After meeting with local officials months active duty, he said.
dent. There were three cases have vehicle under control I I I Division IIDish Gardens 1x4- lx6 1x8-.No. 2 Pine 4S
Williams had two last week W. F. Pausch | we have had some 20 j CWO :: JQQ
each of I Crosby recently attended
disorderly conduct
by and causing an accident. I; singles for Coca Cola's losing membership director of the :, new men join and this will Mrs. Tommy Hamilton White.
- -- II. '
-I cause and Tex Patrick pickedup I Triple A Motor Club agreed to I 1 be of great value to us in our: I I a three-day conference Division II Vegetables:
I G ARANTEEORENEWABLE a single and double for remove markings on routing training at summer camp and L i on personnel records and ad- i Mrs. H. B. Hamilton, blue ribbon PC.
; : Lawtey. ministration for Corn and also blue SHEET ROCK 4'x8'x3-8' $ 49
,! maps which Starke motel and I I will permit us to better furnish L at Ft. Jackson |
I The week was not a total L ordnance to the units ribbon for Okra.
I II restaurant owners thought support s. c.
Hospital Surgical Insurance for All Ages loss for I Division II
'I Coca Cola, however, as were causing the town to be -Zinnias-Large:
they defeated Johns' Oil Com OTICn OF IXTKXTIO.Y TO 1Irs. DeWitt Sinclair, Blue OWNED AND OPERATED
I PAYS ; by-passed by motorists. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 2. 1963 or a decree pro con-
Ii All
OF OTHER INSURANCE | pany 7-5 behind the pitching Notice is hereby given that I fesso will be entered against Mrs. L. J. Swann Red and Merchandise Guaranteed
III I of Frank Tomlinson and David According to Stance Police I the undersigned under the provisions you. Mrs. Tommy Hamilton, Yel lO'r Handling Charge On Return
Williams. Chief Wm. P. Rosser the Mayor i of Chapter 20.953, Lawsof WITNESS my hand and the low.
I Roy Chasteen .
I Randal Chitty and Chamber] Florida, Acts of 1941, will seal of said Court in Starke.
AGES OVER II I was the only bright spot for Commerce President Jerome jl' register with the Clerk of the Florida, this 23th day of June, Division U- Zinnias-Medium A Complete Builders ServiceStarke
: Circuit Court, in and for Bradford 1963.
$195 Johns' Oil collecting two hits I : Mrs. DeWitt' Sinclair.
$460 : Johns met with Pausch and County; Florida,
I 18-50' 65 I I. j upon receipt CHARLES A. DARBY. .
in two tries. David Williams obtained an agreement that' of proof publication of Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford Blue; Mrs. L. J. Swann, Red
I had two hits for Coca. Cola. : this notice the fictitious name, County, Florida.By and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton.' Builders SupplyINC.
League Standings markings on AAA maps which JOH 'S SERVICE STATION : Janet Jf. Carter, Yellow. ,
I AGES $ 60 Ii indicate construction north I under whlcb'we) are engaged in Deputy Clerk .
00 W L Per. business (SEAL Division II Zinnias j .
Children I II and south of Starke will be at intersection o f ) S
51-56 2 $1 Pest Control. 15 3 .833; 'I Highway 18 &. 221 Hampton 7-4 4t 7-25 Small: Mrs.< Tommy Hamil-:, PHONE 964-4201 STARKE, FLA.
removed. Rosser said Pausch Florida.
mo. Under 18 1 nrn.I I Lawtey .-._".. 13 4 .765 ton. Blue; Mrs. DeWitt Sin-I ; -. -
the and Catherine Van Kool- -
; also agreed to note ,on I ,
i I Johns' Oil. 10 8 .555 bergen, 311 N. Clark St. P. O. ,
Coca Cola. 7 11 .389 maps that U.S. 301 now runs I Box 653, Starke, Florida, sole
World Wide Coverage No Dues or Assessments I directly through Starke and I owners.
Bldg. . 5 13 .278
I OLD EQUITY LIFE INSURANCE CO. i iI iI .Raiford ..-. 1 16 .059 that the former bottle-neck I A.D.Dated 1:163: this at 28th Starke day, Bradford of June

I FORM HS I -! no The longer chief exists.said local motel I County 7-4 4tp, 7-25 Florida. Colej OFFICE EQUIP ME..NT 'SALE I

FLORIDA' HEALTH SERVICE, D" PT. 7 -_ 4 63 I and restaurant owners.... complained '' -
in Florida, : "

about this low cost! plan. I were being routed onto U.s. whose residence and post office !

I I I 1 at Polkston, Georgia instead address are unknown. I ', ,._ r'
Name --__________ .. 'Age.- 1 of heading straight south on You are hereby notified that : v :: u CONOMY" side Chai.

I 666ot U.s. 301. He said that AAA ; a Eighth petition Judicial has been filed in the _: __.: ) % /Used in church ouditoriur
Address _-----------.,. _-- I II Circuit Court of rk ,. / ,
-- maps showed spots of con- I Florida in and for Bradford : II cafeterias and libraries.

City....._____-_ Zone___ State.____ ;'".' -. struction on U.s. 301 at High- County, Florida, in Chancery, :.' / Heavy gauge strel, made to
for the _
I adoption of Baby Boy rjT; .t I last a lifetime. Foam rubfaei
,- land and south o$ Starke, but I Williams. You are required toserve L i I' seat and bock. Seat iz16V ; >
-----------1 a copy of your answer or '
that construction is complete
I 15i"! dep.
_I i I objection on Carey Goddard, 18 ;
.:.... : : c except for work on the shoul- N. W. 1st Street, 43, q No. 2660 $25.73
'\ ders. Florida, attorney for petitioners Gainesville i { .* ". Canon of 2........... $ S.3S .a.
and to file the original thereofin 96'o tr > .
I ff'iL I? dA[ According to Rosser, Pausch the office of the Clerk of ;, ", -'" '.j' UPHOLSTERY COL0flS.c : ...

said it would have been several i said Court on or before Augusta Ii/ -;1 J-j t : Avojfabla in Often, Brown,

months before AAA officials t.J; j t 1 Tan, flame, and Cray flniih.

would have learned about the U .
The"SECRETARIAL"Typewriter : U
absence of construction! on 301 II.I II.
3.For Any Person Persons to Engage in here and the absence of the, pedestal with elevator platform on 1 Tefler, 1 (b ex:.Drawer ,
or old bottle-neck in Starke. He: reputation right (as illus.) or left. Specify preference( Center:: No. 431.$196.90 U
drawer with lock and key. Linoleum covered top;
said Pausch also promisedthat earned by 014"! X 30!". Mist Green, Desert Sand, Sahara Hires box<}."wer, ,
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless new AAA maps would Brown or Gray. )l. 4:12: ... .. 196.90 .

show that 301 is 4-laned all "r OtJOMY" Arm Chair;
quality BURNPROOF-STAINPROOF TOR..Also available! with Coex! Top( 'W olcol.ol: : ;
: way through Bradford cannot stain nor can cigarettes burn.............. .....,. .Add: "CT" to number: :5.00 aclc'I. I -signed forcomi'ort.G;v<"srjr
The Name Is Registered County. & fine service.Ataco i ,; office; 1Iot row ii tok:
d s'ands
The two spots of construction t? vjo 9 ofter'Y'ors .
wear. Puggediy: con 4 "
north and south of Starke STEEL SLIDING DOOR CABINET s': jcted. .

Read This Florida Law 'were the only ones marked on I' ? No'swinging doors to block oisles. Large and ( -'. .. s!. Foc-n Heavy rubber gauge's' ect j t 3

AAA : n'-my. Heavy gouge steel. Five adjustable! com- .. a :i back. Seot6''Jwe,
maps over the entirelength .
I'artmenfs. 76" high, 36" wide, 19%" deep. ..I 1. t acep. "NuIgcydt'. 4 tu
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined kerda, la of U.s. 301. No.7636 $99.75 ., i ; iditery. V/sn't icw'fci.k. ; 4r .1 1

Same oLav but with lock ; .No. 2o6' $39.95 .
enrage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined ai and key. ,, I U
t4o.7636LlO3.0O S -
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the ,1 .. -., _.... -
clerk of the circuit COME IN FOR YOUR I MR. T. V, DUCK JR. ., -
court of the
county where the .
principal place of business II : 7, ..1r .. (
is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit I FREE A Hearing Aid Consultant --r DECORATOR.. ( a .rt W' Tle"MCIA'.S"rl.Ceita'rs .
fJtc1tvrj j1..J COLORS.
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From ..
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names o{ !! Mi"'Creen, 4 1 1btyr&L12 t"rO full .uap. .
I SUMMER 11'f" siCII !-tT files! a daub'.
ail those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in BRAKE MAICO HEARING Olive Green, a It4r.. t draN'r' fcr 3x3 or 4x5

teresl of each,and the fictitious name under which said business I is carriedon. I I Drums Pulled INSPECTION& Checked fi.1'' or Desert
Said registration: may not'be made until the person or persons,desiring I Glad To See You | SERVICEi :i.' '. ?"='" ,- pojt-ner.fj vno'cr leek and"

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall! hare advertised his or I I Any Day !i' .sonviJIe, Fla. will give SECTIONS iH !4; .. .cvv. J doibiy key, ,a protected J'tel icfetvault by Dial

their l intention, to register said fictitious name at least once a week for font I Shorty Allen, MechanicAllen's !FREE bearing tests and demonstrations ,. Designed far many uses. Keep! supplier ceaog! "\ g.,"- t" LA f1' Lo-ll plus on outer doer
: and and .t" '..P'3-'W. b under lock aid l k1 30'i"W,92"Wr
I a printed matter neat ZfyW
(4) consecutive weeks in some defined law I Garage ; Monday, 8 at orderly
newspaper as by in the county July <' ilJ : 37'a" h, 17" d. Four adjustable conc'ients. : oJ; ;: 11"tJf 4tp.No. .

where said registration i is to be made, and said registration shaD net be I 710 ALTON ROAD j Koch's Drug Store I .' (Shelf! Jize: 30' x 16"). ,.........No. 3<9\V3.50 :. : .g :'1370 $63.50

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof el : Opposite Hercules Office Starke Fla. ". A*bore but 28" h, 2 compartment*....No. .'JC 534.JO \'r. H (.lugger :*A Ikatlcrki all drawers No U70PL $71.08>>

such publication. Starke l .J ,__

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If Sh< vet oro o"llo._ tg\.t.9Tt\ 2"t centers, con-
you are engaged in business under any name WORK-SAVING STARCH I be i-'j-a.tl; cr l lowered:!, cr ircre Wvesotf II .

I !- ;* tidily osierrbtr: J. Cfive Green crG E' fill
I .if : : I ,- /. Tie "'four-way rf.fCefrent': gives .
'''e 9r !(en d'1. .h, opet" s'chirg, ,
oilier than your own and have not had this name GIVES YOUR IRON tJ. I I un; ;Ii-cbd' four teel gujef plates: for 'haot..: _

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fJ.D.f.If.G POWER ._ j'ext.1.,." ct.rigS.! ) ONE TEE properly advertised and registered we will be { I' CefflBorf.--.11 ..11 UNIT UNITS UMTS Add.r0ft0, !
I j Width Hei,!"t Dtlh.!! Ea.h Unit -- 1m.pet /ii$44.9S > < Sntxt!
SpteW kgrtdtat,Un,* fc'jfld, lrwdajrmnts I ..
| i aT 3f 87" 12"3i Six; $46.70 $46.25 $3.95 ...
pSavfet-nkes gvsnb ; -4 : '' 'al4; 87" 16" five 53.90 ''53.40 53.09 "..951an _'.
glad to give all Information sc.nb.rs3MlDl.J E ZStch .---j_ :1':1''I., I .....J5* i:;" 2<* fiv, 6C.23U3S 4.55 595 ...
to IJ
you necessary as L. :L.' 90.CW' 49' $V h"".. 33.0031.75 32.50 335.a.

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what should do. SHf'YtNO (As sfiswu ot left)

you $8025 7512 .i..3o" 7!** 12" Fiv, $27.CO $26.75 $26.25 JUt!..
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j Stew.B.69% Prices Good Thru July 6thWINNDIXIE

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.( STOKELY TINY 1\\ I Beef 3 GP1UO SO Extra W Green
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Whole Beqfrs -, 303 can "-; WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
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STOKELY GREENSTurnips \\\ i 11 -
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n?' A-Vr. 4. 2 303 Cons 31 OSCAR MAYER PLUS 50 EXTRA STAMPSBraunschweiger

RED BIRD Y.' UPotted 3 8-oz. *.51.OSCAR d; ,. .

Meat \\;: 2 No. 16 Cans 15* PKGS. 50 Extra#W."Green Stamps
Vienna Sausage 5 N cans2 49 j Sandwich 3 PKGS.REG. 8-z-. $1. j Choc Eclairs "
KRAFT ((8-oz.
Catalina Dressing s.oz. Bottle 37 SU. Bologna 12-oz. PKG. 391 1s EIWiKgsO diwn+

KRAFT ((8-oz.) \\ SUNNYLAND 35# Cheese Loof & 29{ Smokey Bologna P I l J PI

Roka Dressing \t. 8-oz. Bottle 41 HALF ,. lunch Meat BOTH PKGS. 391 .I.r Extra&M:Green Stamps ',
You Save 25
Protex Soap ; Daked PotatoesGOOD ss
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DETERGENT \ Cube Steaks 3 LB. r9
BOX +a. r' liN P r:!!rPP 1 r'P t d
Trend Liquid r s/..22-oz.. 49 Cr. Pies 2 For 791 50 Extra 1.Nw Green Stamps '

Potatoes ijfrPkgs.- 16-oz $1. While Acre Peas
MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Sweetheart 4 Bath Bars 47 14 1 d+
Fruit Pies 3 For $1.
6 BARS TO PKG.Wrisley. .,
:, ,. Soap 6 Bars 39 PAN-REDI FROZEN BREADEDShrimp m
50 Extra S& Green Stamps
I 2 lB. $199 .
Cleanser 2 For 33* LBS. 49oci ONE PKG. lOO-Cr.
Beads 0' Bleach 39* ANY WINN-DIXIE
18-oz. 1s tit
OLEOLB. (15. S. No.1. NEW WHITEPotatoes
PLASTIC CONTAINER '..,: Clorox Bleach -:- v2 Gal. 39ti 10B G391 I E

58 Extra##"Green Stamps -
Clorox Bleach : 23ft
REYNOLDS .->", Corned Beef 391
Limit 2 with $2.50 order or mora 12-oz. CAN THRU JJLY CTH
1: Aluminum Foil 1 \ : 25-Ft. 33 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE

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Catsup ? ;;::;!:: 14-oz. Bottle 21 OLEO lbi Catsup 2 12.oz.BOTS. 291 mJ.Ji'Jj_ ml

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SAVE 9* EACH HEINZ I. Limit 2 with $5.00 order or more. REGULAR 25 4 DIXIE DARLING ONe,,,,oz. BOTTLIe.

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SAVE 3/2 EACH STANDARD ., Coffee 10-oz1 JAR 981 W' i7 ;

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RECREATION NEWS Dixie YouthLeagueManagers I .n.\K APPLltVriOFOR
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Re! EState of
Ruble Mae Poppell Perkins, Deceased
PWu TU I To Play Boys i .-.,J-:

Independents Top j]Playgound News I Rec. Dept. Sets I The managers of the Dixie j ;:
Notice 13 hereby given that I
League Leaders j 'On Wheels Parade'ForJuly ;,y. ',', j _5I Youth Baseball League will' have filed my .final report as
Wainwright and Nona Parks t! I .. .. : I Executor of th'estate of Ruble
In Men's SoftballA I Attendance at these two 17 take on a team made up of Mae Poppell Perkins, deceased

parks was still way down this I boys from all the teams in that I have filed my petition for
final discharge, and that I will
fighting Independentsteam week with a total of only 19 i An "On Wheels Parade"will b '- ... the league in a game sponsored ; apply to the lion. Theron A.
scored a 12-6 come from children. Classes in arts and'' be sponsored by the Starke by the Starke Recreation Yawn County Judge ot Brad
: ford Cou tY'. Florida, on the 6th
behind victory over league i I crafts with games for all ages Recreation Department Wednesday Department this Saturday, day of August. 1903 for appro-
leading Natural Gas in Men's i are availabte. J July 17. at 2:30 p.m. ; tal of the same and for final

Slowpitch Softball last Thurs- ; Pratt Street Playground I I to feature playground groups !' to July 6, at 3 p.m. on the Pratt discharge of Ruble as Executor Mae Poppell of the Perkins estate --

day night but Brooker and i iI Though the going was wet i marching with their gayly Street Playground diamond. deceased.

Terrell's Gulf also lost so the I|I many children turned out this I'. decorated bicycles tricycles, The managers, 'will bat from >, This '2Sth day of June. 1961fsj

first three places remain the past week to participate in1! wagons buggies and scooters. the opposite side of the, plat:: j i T. J, POPPELU,

same. j the softball, tennis, basketball :: Groups to take part in the than is their custom and one. Ruble Executor Mae Poppell of the estate Perkins of,

Foster Shi Smith (left above) and Felix Sipp are shown : Garden Restaurant show-I and volleyball games. Arts parade, to celebrate the founding of the Dixie League players deceased.A. .
ing of its old form. !! and crafts were greatly en- 1 will also pitch for them. : R. SUP.LES, JR.
with -Mrs. Mildred Sapp, county ACP officer, as ohe present I some I of the nation's first play Attorney for ExecutorP.
lh-m with certificates; for their outstanding work done in the I i smacked Terrell's 27-6 toj j joyed with 24 attending those I ground in Boston, Mass., in Immediately following the O. Box 1135

Agricultural Stabilization Program In 1962. The awards are '1 move into fourth place and i closses. The 4-6 year old class I. 1898 by Joseph Lee Day will game everyone is invited to a : Lakeland, Florida

given by Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman. I I Brooker lost one and won one topped the attendance sheet I be Dixie-Louth League baseball watermelon cutting. 7-4 4t 7-25

I I II in hanging onto second place: ( with 28 participating. I i teams Pony League

The Independents Gene Plans are under way for all teams Negro Junior League I
Two Given ACP Awards if i i
I Sumners belted three singles!\' parks to participate in the I' teams Negro Playgrounds, 'a GLA S S That's Our Business"If

a triple. and a home run to Joseph Lee Day "Parade: On.I' police 'escort, and a fire en- F It's Glass We Have U"
Two Bradford County ASC I encourage farmers and ranchers lead his team in handing the I)I Wheels." Playground leaders' CALL WRITE or VISIT
Committeemen recently re- to participate in the 1962 league leaders their second will have information I gine.Ribbons J-L .
concerning -
for first, second, -- %----- -
_c,r e i v ed special recognitionfor ACP Program. Our Commit- loss of second half play. Billy the parade. and third place winners will FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

their outstanding contrI- teemen, like those in all coun- McCallister blasted a triple Saratoga Heights and be presented for the best dec Dig That 'Punkin'The : GLASS CO.

'bution to the conservation effort ties, gave much extra time to for Natural Gas' longest extra i Madison; Street Playgrounds I orated "WheelCNatural

in the county during 1962 talking with farmers about base hit.Edgar. ; The week of June 25 !
was NOT
103 pound pumpkin pictured above is almost as tall as : ( INC.)
Mrs. Mildred ASCS how they could participate in the I
Sapp week of
Akridge and Terry arts and crafts.
16-month-old Lynn Johns, daughter of Mr. and :Airs. Robert "Formerly Joe Peters Glass C VWe
County Office Manager an- I the program. This ACP program Hardee had two hits each but Eleven persons participated at Gas
(Speedy) Johns who grew the monster. I Design Modern Store Front
: Felix Sapp and Foster Shi I conservation practices neededon with only eight hits in sustaining Saratoga Heights Playground. Seventy-three Inches! in girth the giant pumpkin was grown : Just Mail Us A Pattern For
on Johns' farm'four miles east of Starke S. R. 100. Johns!
the particular farm. Prac- At Supper on I Table ,
smith, are presented an Award their third and worst Braiding was the first craft Tops
I of Merit from Secretary of tices like use of proper liming defeat of second half play. attempted and some of the has another giant still on the vine:} with a green stem that already -i 1313 N. 'V. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I

:Agriculture, Orville Freeman. materials establishment o I Sidney Jackson, Tommy Clark participants made some color- Starke's Natural Gas soft- measures! 65; inches around its middle. .The average' I I, .

for' ncouraging the effective new pasture and planting pro and Carl Sterns each had four j ful lanyards. Braiding will be I ball team was hosted at a pumpkin in Johns' crop weighs between 34 and 45 pounds, he

'.use of the Agricultural Conservation new pasture and planting hits to lead Garden.A continued at next week's session steak supper by the city Na- says. lie got the seed as a gift from a salesman, and does -

I Program in the proper cover crops, are among rallying Hampton team I with the following week I tural Gas Department Monday not know what variety of giants he has planted.He '

.county. during 1962. the most important.The came up just one run short of 1 devoted to wood burning. Play-I night at Bill's Drive-In hopes to preserve the monsters and enter them in the Health

They also were presented a ACP is administered by the first win this half as Pine ground Directors John Wil- for their outstanding play so Bradford County Fair next year. FactsIt

""certificate of Service from the Agricultural Stabilizationand I Level squeaked by them 5-4 liams and Donna Trawick are I far this season.

Ir.the Florida ASC State Committee Conservation County Friday night in the last in- in charge of these activities. I The Natural Gas team now I ,' -, ,. It-. -is- -- --" a- crfPfii---- thrill.-.-..- fn-', nwn.-.... .n. naU"........
a for their contribution I Committee and the local ASC I ning. John Eiland led Hamp- Starting Monday July 8, i leads the Mente Slowpitch Negro Caught the accident but police gotBest's {;,., :: '"- home, new car and color TV, but what
Committeemen receiving the ton's attack with two singles the schedule will be changed. Softball League with an 8-2 description from resi- '
.to the successful operation of I I r happiness can these things bring without
awards played an importantpart and a double while Johnny Madison Street Playgroundwill won-lost record, setting an dents who rushed out when .
In Hit Run
our Agricultural Conservation health?
good Some has
: i -"S one well saida
heard the crash and he r
Program in Bradford County. in encouraging the county's Mercer had a single, double, :be open Monday Wednes- II .800 pace with only four games they
"we spend our health to get wealth then
left in the second half of was arrested half an hour later -
farmers and ranchers to
In an effort to speed the and a triple for Pine Level. day, and Friday:! and Saratoga
I play. Starke police Monday night in Reno. The damaged have to spend our wealth to regain our
out needed conservation League Standings Heights will
carry be
1 : out of needed open on Tues- Dr. BellingerCountless "
crying conservation -
j arrested a Starke Negro, Leslie 1955 Chrysler was parked on : health.
practices on their farms and W L Per day and Thursdays. All play-
: work on individual ranches. Natural Gas. 8 2 .800 I ground participants are urgedto Man Jailed Best, 63, on hit and run South Water St. when ,Best's;j thousands suffer needlessly and many die

..farms, and ranches throughout I I The 1963 committee is Fe- Brooke . 7 3 ..700Terrell's I take note of the change.Air charges after his Ford truck truck struck it in the rear. :> before there time because they did not consult a

.the. Nation a special effort lix Sapp Chairman, Foster . 5 3 .62: i iI Rifle ClubFourteen For struck parked car causing i Chiropractor before was too. late.

:was made by the U. S. Department Shi Smith, ViceChairmanand I Garden Rest. 5 3 ..625Independents. people turned out PassingBad $250 damage, according to I I Recent' Births II |I Instead of looking for a new miracle drug we need to

.. of Agriculture to Wade Gaskins member. I : 5 4 .555 Monday and Wednesday for Checks Police .Chief William F. Ros- i II I discover the benefits already available .under Chiro-
I. i Lawtey . 4. 4 .500 air rifle competition at the ser.Best I Bradford County Hospital' practic care.
Pine Level . I posted $52.50 bond and .announces the following births: |
a :YwvYYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTyyyyyyy'rTyyyyyyyyyNEWS I 2 'l .222 Pratt Street Playground. The You will need to
Hampton . 0 8 .000 contestants' markmanship has I A 48-year-old man, James D. was released from the city i Jlr. and' Mrs. Robert Sauls, I see your Chiropractor eventually-
1: OF INTEREST TO COLORED shown a steady improvement. j Simmons was arrested last jail Monday night several Starke a daughter, Santa Fay, ];: Delay only courts disaster.

: CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Archery Tuesday by the Starke Police hours after the incident. The June 25. I II In Starke the Chiropracti Health Center is located at

Fifteen youngsters came out I for passing bad checks, according damaged car is owned by Alton Mr. and :Mrs. Howell M. Williams -I.., 426 N. Walnut Street

( Elizabeth GIvens) for archery Tuesday. Require to Police 'chief William F. B. Coleman of Starke. Hampton,. a daughter,.I .. Insurance Cases Accepted
There were no witnesses to Jessica Ann, June 25.
. . . ments to compete with the Rosser. .
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: Annual Picnic I the camp with the help of youngster be eight-years-old: had passed worthless I "

Dell Chapter 168 OE$. will people from all over the state. but size does not matter. The checks in at least four places

sponsor their annual picnic on' turn-o u t dropped slightly I in Starke, Gib Brown's Standard -

Monday. July 8, at the Bethlehem Bring dresses for assemblies, Thursday because of the wet Service Station, Barksdale's .
shorts for recreation, and Store, Food Fair, ,
Grand Chapter OES of j weather but the participantschose Department

Florida, and Jurisdiction swim suits for swimming. up into pairs and had a and Winn-Dixie, totaling over .

Camp and Recreation on beau- Send the $8 fee to Wom- small tournament. $60. He has been turned: over

tiful Echo Lake. II an's Missionary Union, 1230 All playgrounds will be to the county and is now .in 20 Words or less, one time -_-,.__ .95 Memorials, Resolutions .??_.. 60per watt

The Masonic Brothers and Hendricks Ave.. Jacksonville closed Thursday and Friday. Bradford County A Jail under If not paid in advance -_-:-___.1.00 Tqrda of Thanks, up to 51 words, 1M

the Heroines of Jerico are especially -i Fla. July 4 and 5. charges of passing worthless, Keyed or Blind Ads! __- 1.00 Over 50 words ____- 8c,per wwt

Pack a lunch asked to and go join with the us. I Camp workers will be expected Gibson Attending P.checks D. Reddish., according. to ,Sheriff' Each-additional. word over 20 _. 03 Display ad* in Cl4LiiUled _":' :: 1.Q per itt*

camp training on
Police onto Simmons'game
crowd at the Masonic Hall on
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I' Aug. 3 and 4. CourseAt ,
Brownlee St. at 10 a.m. Cars Spanish when Liet. Billy Over- I
Church News I I INSURANCE WHY PAY RENT? Own your I FOR RENT Three bedroom
will leave at 10:30.: All friends Samuel Strong Univ. Of Fla. street became suspicious of the AT REDUCED RATES own Mobile Home. As low as'' "house. miles
New Bethel ( Reasonable. 2
are .,aeleome.Janie S. Mitchell I Baptist Church: man when talking to Mrs. Nel- AUTO FIRE BOAT ,2
WM Rev. D. Dell WP.Cini Sunday School 9:30: am. BTU lie McGee. operator of Bill's DOYLE E. CONNER $395.00 down. Use your car. from town on Rt. 1. H mile
; I Awarded DegreeIn 1 Lawrence H. Gibson, Starke boat or furniture for down'F IiI off East 16. Call 96910812tp
Time 5:30: p.m. AU members of Drive-In on North Temple LNSURANCE AGENCY .
; I i secondary school supervisor at Phone 964-4501 payment. TRAILER MART -11WAkrED
Choirs Nc. 2 to be Medicine _
'.a D1mer time} is camp time. are asked Bradford High School, is a- i Avenue. Overstreet picked up tfchg INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box -' ---
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present at rehearsal I Maid Work 5 or
This year's camp will be held I on July I' 80 French and Spanish 'one of the checks and upon East Palatka. EA 8-1050. 468'1'
Aug. 5-11 for boys and girls, 4 and 11 at 7:30: p.m. !1 Samuel E. Strong Jr., son of mong checking with a local bank I M. L. Lawson --- The Classifieds! 9 days week. Gertrude Carter.
I teachers taking a special I' FOR RENT Desirable
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Strong Sr. FOR TRADE 3 bedroom i 909 N. Church St. Phone 9645531. -
I The church Simmons had
is no
9 through 12 and Aug. sponsoring a found
age ; course in foreign language at home in furnished and unfurnished IF YOUR NAME IS t Up
12-JJ for girls and boys, ages program at 3 p.m. Sunday. of Lawtey has received a degree the University of Florida this I account there. Simmons was modern Jor smaller apartments. Reasonable rent. I .J
house in Starke. FOUND AMONG THE REFRIaRAToiis:::
or near Call USED
in medicine from Meharry II. :
13.: through 16. This Christian-1 July 21. at which time the summer. arrested. with the cooperationof Also an unfurnished house. !
related camp will be held at | topic "Which is the most important Medical College, Nashville i The teachers will take in the Bradford Sheriffs Department Mrs.Gainesville Fred 376-7133 Christensen or write 2510 Apply Mrs. Shaller 209 E. Ad- .CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL $19.95 and up. No don' pay
ment. $1.25 week. Western Au-
Florida Normal and Industrial i! Christianity or relig- Tennessee on June 10. I eight weeks the equivalent of at the Desert Isle Newberry. Blvd. Gainesville.. kins St. tfchg I AT THE TELEGRAPHI toStore. Itchg

Memorial College in St. Au- ion?" will be presented. A Dr. Strong attended elementary two years of college instruc- I Motel in Lawtey last Tuesday ltp HOUSE FOR RENT- In Lincoln OFFICE I I
guUne. Registration begins at brief sermon will also be pre school at C. C. Anderson r night, June 25. City. Reasonable. Henry )I FOR SALE-One acre horn
tion in the spoken language
I I FOR RENT- 4 room house. 'TICKET TO THE FLORI sites adjacent to Southsida
9a.m.. on Aug. 5 and Aug. sented by a ministed to be an- I Junior High at Lawtey and I under the Summer Foreign Chief Rosser said that Sim- Newly Bryant Box 596 Starke ph.
12.\ decorated inside. 2 Elementary. High and Dry.
The total camping fee is \ nounced later. An invitation graduated from RJE High Language Institute, in its fifth I mons is already on parole, with blopks from school. Hot wa- 969-2784. 2tp 7-11 DA THEATRE. I 2500. an acre Contact Billy

per person and this total must i is extended to persons of all School in Starke. He was year at the University. The 20 months still to serve after ter heater, space heater and COINS BOUGHT Jactwn Starke. tfchg.

bg, gent with reservations. If I denominations with special graduated from medical: school teachers, all advanced foreign serving a prison term for writing : gas range. 381 W. Weldon St. EXCHANGEDI FOJl; RENT Garage buildingon I ..

reservation is cancelled before I emphasis on men being pres- under provision of the Southern I language students, are required -, worthless checks. Thomas E. Lewis 964-0354 or Pay current market value North Temple Ave. Across FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room.
2 bath house.
street utility
from Bus station. Leola room.
opening date of camp, money ent. Regional Education I to live at the University I 1116 W. Pratt St. 2tchg 7-11 for old coins: Indian Head large lot decior.ated
964,4754. corner newly
Roberts phone
will be refunded. The fee provides Greater Allen Chapel AME Board's interstate contract to and night FOR Pennies, .Gold Coins Com-
and socialize day SALE 3
Brook, SetsCleanup bedroom all . 711T. inside. 210 E. Adkins St.
room and board, and Insurance church Rev. L. A. Sampson. program. He received his bach- I speaking only the language modern house. Gainesville. memoratives. Medals. Tokens, key next door.. .. t,, tfchg.
protection for each pastor will hold services Sun- elor of science in 1958 from they are studying. Screened porch garage. Close Foreign Coins. Pf Swan

camper. It must be in, the day beginning with Sunday the University of Toledo Ohio. Designed to sharpen theteachers' WeekMayor to college schools 15 minute Denver R. DevrickD : COILIEPUPPIES -for-sale FOR ed used SALE Televteioni.-Reasonable'Ref prie-rig*

Jacksonville WMU office by I school at 9:45: with Miss Fannie 'Dr. Strong is doing his internship com p etency the bus service. Call Gainesville & W Auto Supply erators Washer. Ktcellect
II Mrs. Walter Martin
I 416 E Brownlee St. $15.00.. ,
July 30. Campers desiring to Bell Frazier in charge in Nashville.He I O. Harrell of 376-7133 or write Mrs. FredChrlsten.sen
I course is offered under a U.S. M. tfchg.FOR : 4& miles N of Starke. 1-4 Condition. Bulllnrton Appliances -
do homework must bring 35. Morning worship at 11 and wife and the 2510 Newberry tfchr
,j j am Patricia Office of Education grant of Brooker has proclaimed Blvd. Gainesville. 6-27 I mile off 301 on first road
cents to pay for it. i Evening service at 6 Holy com- two sons Kenneth and Kelvin $120,755 and will end August week of July 7-13 as Cleanup. 3tp SALE OR RENT Two north of Toni Truck Stop.

; Each camper should bring j munion with the pastor in will be visitors of his 10. Paint-up Fix-up Week FOR RENT- Small two bed- bedroom house. Unfurnished Itchg HASTINGS MATTRESS
I Also livable
sheets, pillow case, and towels 'charge. All members and family for one week in Law- for the town. room concrete block house, 01' will furnish.
Lake and Pratt house and five acres of land. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
In addition to clothes and friends are invited to attendall tey. Dr. Strong is considering The campaign will get under StreetsOneblock 1, NEW AND USED-Chain saw
Jerry Lewis from school $50.00 per All in City limits. Phone 964- 710 Lemon St. fftlfttfe
personal items. sen-ices. setting up a medical practicein way Monday. July 8. when $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
month in advance. Hollis V. 5685. 2tp 7-11 Furniture
sales and Repaired
Mrs. Corinne Watts directs I Florida. Stars SundayAt the women of the town will Lawn mowers ser
tfchg. FOR SALE OR RENT-3 bed- vice. Your' McCuUoch Dealer
_______n_ ___ ______ clean up the community center Florida Saw Co. 19th Drive Upholstered & Refinished
Fla. TheatreAfter FOR SALE: Repossessed 2 BR room house 307 W. LafayetteSt. MATTRESS2S REBUIL1
the.mayor said. home, deep well 1 acre ground $65 rental or sell at $7- N. East. Gainesville. Fla. 6-
It will be up to each Individual near Melrose. Will sell for 3411. tfchg New Innersprings
taking pot shots at 800.00 v.ith terms. Phone 964-
to clean un his own $2750 as is, or $3250. in A-l and Box Springs
I 2881. Itchg
the Army the Navy law enforcement I
; i property and the Town will condition. Terms. Mrs. G. B. .Drop Ui A Cud, CHTALATEA
now outer space, and take care of its own property Mogg P. O. Bos 943. Wildwood FOR SALE- Peas and butter-' :Electr romcs, Inc. EA S'911
Open the hotel business in previous Ir j said. Fla. Phone 7485271.4t beans. You pick: them. Call
films comedian Jerry Lewis I the mayor to chg 7-11 964-5231 for information. Industrial Division Sales Servo STARKE '"..51semi

( now directs his attack at highIer (I "We urge every the person clean 2tp 7-4 ice, Repairs on Motors, Gen ) PEGGY BHALLES.
cooperate up Switching and Controls -
eratora Starts Agent
education in his new comedy '
'i i campaign," Mayor Harrell Insurance Problems? I FOR RENT Desirable 3 Welders,and Tools. Power I
"The Nutty Professor"which room and bath apartments.Also .
THE ALL NEW will play Sunday I I I said. Call The Man From 2 bedroom house for sale I Conversion, Transformers. I FOR RENT 3 rooms and
) "TRAVELERS"George W i Service and Repairs to AO, bath furnished house. Newly
through Wednesday July 7-10, Easy monthly payments. ; I
at the Florida Theatre. 8 GuardsmenTo E. LaRue H. Nollman. tfchg Heavy Industrial Electrical decorated., Phone 9642261.tfch
I Keystone Heights Agt. For Equipment
The new movie will feature Leave Thurs. FOR .SALE-8:room house., 4 -
Travelers Ins. Companies" E. 27U1 Ave. G-vill
1939 N.
the comedy team of Lewis & bedrooms 3 baths, wash house. FOR RENT Furnished a-
SPEED WASHCOIN Lewis in which Jerry plays |I For Active. Duty TeL 473-4692 Day, double carport. 212 Redgrave PHONE S72-12S0 partment ,at rear of store. 321

two distinct and dissimilar' 473-4225 Nites. St. Phone 964-2201. tfchg, tfch:. N. temple Ave Call 969-2981.
Eight 1963 graduates of : Auto Fire Home Bustnes
roles- that of Professor Julius ; : PEYTON FLORIST tfchz
Monthly Payment Plan
Union High
Kelp a meek and eccentric Bradford and : Available 119 S. THOMPSON' ST. WE DON'T FOR RENT 3 rooms and

OPERATED LAUNDRYAT educator and Buddy Love,i; Schools who' are\\ members of t tfchg PHONE 564-4155 Sell you we help you buy. I bath furnished apartment.

the campus Lothario. Both of i i the 622nd Ordnance Company NIGHT 964-3891 or S69-1022 Good selection of new anc i I Newly decorated. C. J. Vachon.
them are 'beloved by Stella National Guard used 8' and 10' wide Mo i P. O.Box 94 Keystone Heights
: Phone 473-4394. Itch
and I : ?
who plays pert
Stevens a
1 bile Homes:
win Thursday. July 5. apartments. One and -
We Wire Flowers where
i pretty co-ed. It is a nip-and- I two bedrooms. Reasonable. !. LAKE GENEVA I 15 cu. ft n ezer. 516 lb. capacity

I tuck contest right down to I for their six months active. Lights and water furnished. tfcht TRAILER PARK j $188.88. No down pay-

the end as to which will win I duty training local National I Contact 431 Center St. or EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. 1 mL SE Keystone Jib 1 ment, $10 month. Western Au-

527 E. Brownlee St. her affections of a perma- Guard CWO Albert Crosby phone 964-7131 or 964-6551. Apply in person at Garden. on Route 100 -to Store., Itchg"

nent basis. I announced this week. I tfchg Restaurant. tfcht. tfchj I. FOR: RENT-r 4 rooms and

"The Nutty Professor" was Two of the seven :MathewA. FOR SALE -, Herring-Hall- FOR SALE-2 year old reg- hallDuplex I unfurnished

directed by Jerry Lewis from :I Griffis and Richard B. : Marvin Iron Safe 32"x24". Can istered Appaloosa stallion. FOR SALE i.: house. Private entrance. 708

a script which was also written graduates of Bradford be seen at 141 West Madison Best Kansas blood lines. Leopard 'Ready mix concrete concrete Lake St. Phone 9M-79S4 tfchg
Miller are
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OPEN 24-HOURS A DAY by Jerry Lewis, It was High. The remaining six: I!, St. 2tchg 7-4 excellent disposition. Priced block house piers, sand, ee-i i Rosa PinholateF" .

filmed on location at Arizona I Michael Howktt. Henry Harris I FOR SALE-3 bedroom housein to sell. Terms possible. The zent, mortar mix. rock. steel. I BE SURE TO SEE World Book

!! State University. i Virgil Mercer, George Harris Saratoga Heights. James A. Risings. Rt. 1 Box 499. Melroseor crater shell limerock roof I, before buying, any other }:n-
call OR 5-5170. 3tchg 7-1 !
Arnold Griggs and Bobby Sullivan. Phone 964-8084. cydopedla, A. Payne your
I of SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE ENGR. CO. Phone 864. 21., local representative since i$58.
< ; Crawford. are graduates tfchg
1 : ., Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at 1 Union County High. -Doyle Conner Farm North Starke. tfchg P. O. Box 603"Phone.9643794.P.GE .
Mrs. Sidney Hansen U.s. 3C1. tfchg. ;
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., the following certificates has of the contract. Each proposal AOT1CE OF INTENTION: TO
., 'Al'h. _: ; I filed said certificates for a tat when submitted must be clearly REGISTER FICTITIOUS SAMK
-- -- Let's deed to be issued thereon. The marked on the cover with Notice is hereby given that
a&I CoCardeniiig
I I certificate numbers and years the bidder's name of the project. the undersigned, under the provisions -
.. .. ,'- COUNTY I of issuance, the description of The Board reserves the rightto of Chapter 20,953; Lawsof
WITH I the property, and the names in reject any or all bids, and Florida. Acts of 1941 will
which it was assessed are as. to waive any informalities.The register with the Clerk of I me
I) follow Board of Public Instruction Circuit Court, in and for Brad-

Our Prosperous Way Of Life And Its Critics/ YOUR I'J AGENT "I Certificate 1961. Xo. 82 Year of IsSuance ty, Florida.of Bradford Coun- ford County.of proof Florida publication, upon receipt of-

.. 210 Description of Property 1 A ';-4 3t 7-18 this notice the fictitious nam.
I Ft. Sq. in SE Cor or XE\i
On this 187th anniversary of ourcountry's Of the second argument against +) '\ + ;t By Hervey Sharpe I EL R/W Sec. 34T6S.jt22E. JOHN'S SERVICE STATION
Florida Agricultural Extension Name in which under which we) are engaged in
independence our thoughts American prosperity, he reminds us Service Barton.All business at intersection
keep returning to the freedom and that consumers do have minds of which I of said property being in. WILLIE ERNEST WILUAMS Highway IS & f1. Hampton'

prosperity we all enjoy and to the they are capable of using. He remindsus I i i the Florida.County of Bradford, State of whose residence and post office Florida.John and Catherine Van Kool-
A lawn is like 'ole fash-
an address unknown.
many critics who predict that our pros- that in 1957 manufacturers switched c ion corn-shuck mattress-both 1 I be Unless redeemed such certificates shall You are are hereby notified thata : bergen :311: X. Clark St. P. IIi
according to law i Box 653, Starke. Florida solaj
perity wl eventually wreck our way from big cars with tail fins, and in I tend to get lumpy and bumpy. i| the property described in such petition has been filed in thp !j owners.
of life. So often do read and hear 1958 ;, certificates will be sold to the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court of : Dated this 2Sth day of Jura
we sales went down despite
Since kneading and rustlingthe j! highest bidder at the court Florida in and for Bradford I! AD.196t, at Starke, Bradford
these critics that we begin to wonderif wide advertising. Consumers only painful bumps out of the house door on the first Monday County Florida, in Chancery, I I', County, Florida

anybody has a bright outlook for let themselves be talked into things bed is a lost art, this narrows in is the Month 5th of day August of August.1963 which 1963. Williams.for the adoption You are of required Baby Boy to':' 7-4 4tp j--.'*

us. when it doesn't matter, he says, but -TE: L---& By the subject down to smoothingout 1963.Dated this 24th day ofe June, serve a copy of your answer or''II

Three mwi prominent persons, an they make important decisions for iL George T. a lawn. I (SEAL) X.objection"W 1st on Street Carey, Goddard Gainesville 18, '

economist, a writer and a famed Brit- themselves, studies show. ; Huggins There are scores of reasons Clerk CHARLES of Circuit A. DARBY Florida, attorney for petitioners, i
ish ,historian, all have: denounced the Of the third argument-that private I II I 1 i why a lawn the becomes scatter as Unsightly -I I 6-27 tt Bradford 7.18NOTICE County, Florida of and the to file office the of original the Clerk thereofin of

fact thajt' the fate of this country de. opulence is depriving of need- as rug on said Court on or before August
PECAN WEBWORM has returned If you happened to be one I!|i the rumpus room floor after a I 3. 1963. or a decree pro eon-
pends to a great extent on the demandsof ed schools and hospitals, Dr. Katona I' .. fesbo will be
to our pecan trees. who failed to fertilize your small fry television party.I entered against

our mass consumer society. One be- says that tax money to build such institutions Four or five years ago theyjust I Ij trees, or that; you
gins' to get the idea that our future comes from public consump- j about defoliated our pecan enough; a good application of'i'i carpet may have been caused of Board of Public Instruction seal of said my Court in and Starke the j,I I

depends the nebulous desires of Out tion. When consumption goes down trees but we have not 15-0-14 fertilizer might pay I I by the lumbering cement mixer -I ida will Bradford receive sealed County bids, Flor-In Florida, this 2Sth day of June,

consumers.who want TV sets, cars, and taxes to the federal and state govern- been bothered badly by them off. Amount will vary! delivering material for the : the Board Room of the said J963. CHARLES A. DARBY. I CharleyE.

more days off. Meanwhile, they.. seem ments go down. The very reason wedon't since. with ,size of trees.:. Call ,orj I patio. the utility truck haul- |j i I bor Board and for materials furnishing to construct of all laI -: Clerk o( Circuit Court Brad- _

\" to say' 'our country is going to pot have more schools and hospitals, They are very conspicuousas contact us if you need to. ', ing away a dead tree, or the Addition to Bradford Coun- ford By: County Janet ,N.Florida.Carter .

L because, 'we- build household appliances he says, is that consumer demand has the larvae form unsightlywebs Large trees that meet orj j ruts made by last winter's Southside ty Schools Elementary School Deputy Clerk

\ instead of missiles with which to defend been too slow. If our economy would over the twigs and fo- nearly meet can take 50 ;i mobile home visitors. Rain Starke Florida 7-4(SEAL 4t )7-25 ,Johns 1fF
ourselves. liage. pounds at least. per tree. and wind also erode wrinkles All bids for the project will -
The three arguments grow faster more tax money would be be received until 2 o'clock
The adult moth deposits FOR: PRETTY POINSETTIAS into a lawn.Legsize p.m.
I are: available to build needed facilities.But July 25. 1963 and then publiclyopened about this question:
masses of eggs on the leaves you might want to check roots coming to and read in the Board
:1. Wealth is sidetracking the most important-Dr. Katona within the web. When they on fertilization and pruning. the surface is a goood sign Room. I I have picked up an insur-

American Revolution and intent of our says that just as the ideal of freedom need additional food, the web Poinsettia needs a light appli:. that the elements are taking i Plans to, bidders Specifications and the, Instructions general- ance policy here, one there,

forefathers. ;.We're getting rich but spread from America over the world, is enlarged. When full grown, cation of a complete fertilizerlike their toll of lawn top soil I conditions, and form of proposal and some thru the mail. I

forgetting our ideals. so the ideal of a good life is spreading.And the larvae are more than one 8-8-8, three times a year. Usually, leg-size roots are mid may tect be A.obtained Robert from Broadfoot the Arch, Jr.!, I know that I am paying too

2. Advertisers are making puppets he says, Communist countries are inch long and covered with First when growth starts in dle-aged, gnarled and unsightlY 5557 Arlington Road, Jackson- much for insurance because

1 of the U. S. public. Madison Avenue not immune and a greater and greater white and black hairs. the spring, [that's already as other legs of the same ville 11, Florida. i
Two sets of plans and specifications some policies overlap -
I makes! us think we want things wedon't concern for consumer goods is evident Two methods of control can gone] the second right now age. So if you desire to hide may be obtained by and yet some risks are

I really want or need. even in Russia.Of be used whichever is practical. and last in l late fall after the ugliness, the answer is simple any general contractor making a : ,
In four-year-old trees bracts are set. -cover up. Cloth is suggestedfor $25.00 deposit per set at the office not covered. By having one
3. Richness of the my t-Vi
robs future and
populace our peace prosperityDr. of the Architect. which deposit local handle all
the with only two or three webbs A more compact plant may legs and loamy soil for will be refunded to general ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION agent my
public. We consumers this eminent Katona to that it is
I goes on say i
contractors insurance will I be assuredof
per tree, I burned them out. be ,had at flowering time if submitting a bona ,
critic says, buy gadgets while needed the have-nots who will have little to roots.When fide bid when plans and specifications -
best for
load of
Wrap cloth tightly around a the plants are pruned several ordering a are returned in good Gravely PowerTerry's !
schools, hospitals, and defenses go un- lose from a third world war. Remove polesaturate it with fuel for times during the, growing. sea- soil, be sure to include an condition. Deposit checks must I II the least money?
heeded.So famine and hunger from the world he be made payable to the Board I Saw Shop
making a torch. Be careful son. After growth is 12 or ample supply to fill the ruts !.
as this anniversary of our In- says, and the motive for war wouldbe when striking the match. more inches long, prune each caused by the heavy delivery I of complete Public seta Instruction.of specifications Additional I I Charley E. Johns

dependence Day approaches, we were also removed. In other words, we The other method. of course, shoot back leaving four, or truck. Scatter the top soil may be obtained by contractors No.2
glad to read in this issue of win continued is of five leaves each This into the depression in the and material dealer making a Agency
Sunday's can peace by spreadingour spraying. Three pounds on shoot. j $10.00 deposit per set at the office |I 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
This Week Magazine of one social scientist way of life over the entire world. 50 per cent DDT wettable can be repeated each time new I lawn and rake the newly ad- of the architect, which deposit -I I Gainesville Phone: 372.3588i PHONE 961-0121

Dr. George Katona, director of We are at present the only countryin powder per 100 gallons of wa- shoots are 12 or 14 niches ; ded real estate as smoothly as ditional will plans not be may refundable.be procured Ad- i 131 S. Walnut St.

the University of Michigan's\ world- the world in which the majority of I ter. Enough pressure must be long. Stop pruning the first of I possible. i upon payment of cost of reproductions 1- !

famed Institute for Social Research, the families, for the first time in his- applied to break the web. September. Usually lawn grasses will I fundable. which All plans will and not be specifications re!-t -- --
While you are going to spray, SOMEBODY remarked that peep through all but the thick-
of method
and author of "The Powerful Consumer" drive live in regardless
tory, own, wear, eat,
you might like to add six when an older woman is est application of top soiL So of procurement. shall be returned 30 GAL DEARBORN
and other major studies who seesa drink and otherwise use a vast amountof the architect within.
unless have made to seven
pounds of bluestone and two whistled at, it is music to her you a complete -
bright future for the of far ((7) days after bids are received.A .
prosperity consumer goods beyond what is
change of geography of
pounds of lime to the 100 gal- certified or cashier'scheck,
the United States' of America. needed for subsistence.Our lons of water as a bordeaux ear.SOMEBODY: remarked ,that your yard. it will be unneces- or bid bond properly executed

Dr Katona says of the first argument job then, as we. enter our 188th mixture. This will be a treat- they should allow prayer in sary to sprig in grass follow- base in a sum bid payable not less to than the ,Soof Boardof lIot i\Vater\ Ueater

that our forefathers left us with year of freedom, is to spread our pros- ment for scab and will havea school .cause that's the only ing a liberal hole-filling oper- Public Instruction must accompany -,

political freedom, then human rights perity. We must set a goal, Dr. Katona little ,killing effect on mossif way a lot of us get thr-ugo h ation.I guarantee each that the proposal bidder as will a

and social justice and now comes the says, for a good standard of living the you wet it well. A BOY'S' ,voice changes !I you scatter top soil over promptly enter into agreement -

drive for economic democracy. We world over, in economic democracy.And Most trees have a good set when he reaches 14, a girl's:I I the entire lawn area. it is a t I performance to do the work and and payment furnish bondin a GLASS LINED :f
have of There is no sur- when she reaches the tele-I good idea to make a light application I
political freedom and now we're very glad to know that : pecans. the sum not less than 100% I
we are,fighting for a good standard at .least one prominient social scien- plus of good pecans. You phone. of fertilizer prior to : COMPLETELY: .
should do what can to Hope have or had a safe sifting on the terra firma. To
living for all, and Dr. Katona says, it tist can make headlines by predictingthat you you insure that \ 11 AUTOMATIC
the fertilizer won'tburn
is just as mu h a revolution 'as the protect them. and joyful 4th of July day. Fun For All -I '
one our prosperity, our very success, covered blades, you may ii 10 YEAR WARRANTY }

of 1776. is the' key to continued peace. like to sprinkle the lawn be-

fore applying top soil. SCOTCHDOUBLES .

__ Fertilizing the lawn at this ',I : No Down Payment
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Redding place near the time is a good idea with or ; '

Farmer's Flowing Well bridge. They without top soiling. However,;' y
DiaryBy had been to market and reported don't place too heavy a hand! $ 75

that field peas are selling Our Soil S Our Strength in 'the fertilizer bag or you : *

Sam ,McGarrey for about $2 and that Editor: will help your subdivision get : I .

most of the stuff on the mar- Bradford County Telegraph Soil Conservation the reputation of being the I!I ;
ket is coming from Georgianow. 40 most fertile acres in the : PER
Starke, Florida '
ers. N-E-W-S community. This title is usually 4
.' I I I Dear Mr. Matthews: MONTH
reserved for homes 4
We had a number of. eopleI According to them, the oldest Inasmuch as the U.s. Supreme By Bill Baaj where the stork makes annual i 4
I Court has ruled recently '
interested in her as there is i road in Bradford Countywas Soil Conservation Service visits, so don't give the' title A; : When Using Slade Gas.
that "The Lord's in
a good market for used trac the old stagecoach road i Prayer dauble meaning. EVERY ; Pays for Itself Out

: tors. John Tye of Lawtey and which ran from Lake City to the public school of our coun- While walking around the Farmers often grow lush ---i ::7 of High Electric Bills
is unconstitutionaL" Further
Colonel Griffin of Starke Sapp's Station cut across the. try farm and'looking at pastures grass in their pastures on a THURS. NITE "
I were two who evinced an Interest New River at Flat Ford, ran that "Bible reading of with A. J. Faulkner and Bob few hundred pounds of ferti- : and Slow Recovery Electric -

,Lot, of changes at our place in buying. NE to the old Middleburg God's Holy Word is also, un- by Bronsen wildlife manage- lizer per acre. Remember, if 't %J Water Heaters.
I'I constitutional." ment in farm was CALL 9646261For
this week as we'sold our old program
Road to what is now Jackson- you don't intend to graze the

tractor, Katrinka, and then i|! Then we sold Blondie a ville. The water in the St.1 Would you. be so kind as brought up. In addition to lawn with cows, cutting lush Information
traded our car Blondie for a : to call leaders food wild animals need shelter. COMPARE ANYWHERE
j church
i faithful Chevy whose speedometer Johns was shallow at that on our over-fertilized grass is a ,
little Volkswagen, a black igloo -! Board of Public Instruc- Shelter consists of any vegeta
point [only wading deep and our sweaty job.Teasing .
clocked 156,785 milesas i
with a lawnmower motor. I II I we drove her to Starke for cows were driven across. tion of Bradford County, pref- tion that the provides elements protectionfrom and enemies grass with tiny applications -, Starke Lanes
the last time. She Joined Nel- hence the name Cow Ford] erably through our School Superintendent a safe place for feed- of plant food won't GAS STARKE

All of this while Alice Is recuperating lie Belle. our Ford station and after fording it, the coach the Hon. Har- aggravate the grass into excessive ; AMUSEMENT
and roosting.
up in the Catskill wagon which also performed continued on to St. Augustineor mon P. Morgan, to sponsor ing Food, nesting and, shelter, unless growth, nor aggravate CENTER 332 W. Madison St. Phone

Mountains in N. Y., followinga I nobly in our list of wonderfulcars. other destinations. the religious instruction of you if you have to mow twice ,. 961.3551U
two-week visit with her our children through our Ministers they occur together or adpac- a week. I I. I
ent to each other are of little '
niece and SIX children. Alice S S SAnd They said that old John!IGriffis. of the various Christian Try applying 15 pounds of',

wrote this week saying she now we have a V-W, one of the first settlers -' churches! Of course, we want value to wild animals. Wild 6-6-6 or similar analysis fer-:

had missed her calling that as yet unnamed, and we anticipate in the county, came originally our school faculties to grant animals must be able to get tllizer per 1,000 square feet "'

she should have, been a drill some difficulty with I from Pennsylvania; J period during each school day their food supply without unnecessary of lawn area. If your lot is _

sergeant in. the Army as she her because of the language that he migrated to Georgia for this. exposure to danger. 100x150 feet. you are paying p

laid down the law to the kids barrier, as Sam's only German -I and on not finding a good, Further that religious instruction Numerous observations indicate taxes on about one-third of an '\

And made them mind. is the retort "Du bist., place there, continued on toj! may lie made avail- that soil conservation I acre. Subtracting the areas **

ein Egghead!" Just before what is now the Redding able off the school grounds of measures increase wildlife!I of the house, the driveway i :!
: That is mainly because son the tool shed and the flower j
We hated sell old Kat- taking her out. Clyde Terwil- place. all Bradford County schools.I f
conservation measures increase beds, most likely 150 pounds : ; 'I
rinka .as we had a number of legar tried the horn button This can be done if all the I
adventures together, includIng and when no sound emitted, According to him, there! church bodies and civic organizations the fertility of the land. of fertilizer is ample for one JULY F2W-

a narrow escape on the I he and Ed Torode had a grand never were many bears in, including the L. M. Hollingswcrth Exe- application.

highway and the time we hunt all over looking for the Bradford County in the early i Chamber of Commerce, American : cutive Secretary to the State Even a hundred pounds of ,
days. He said "the ', Legion Kiwanis I Soil Conservation Board, states plant food may be adequate ,
chopped up a moccasin with horn. reason was Rotary 4TH
the harrow. Not to mentionthe S S I there was nothing for them to International, etc., will work that, The Florida Wildlife to, keep your outdoor carpet, ii'v; !

time when Sam got out in When Clyde was about to i I eat in this section." together. Federation Conservation Fund green and thrifty. Since lawn r-- ',
S Awards Program is receiving grasses can take dieting bet- .
front and cranked her up, and give up and cable West Ger-I Let's keep America strong. I y9e
nominations for medal awards. ter than you perhaps, you can
she responded by nearly running many for instructions, they Alice has been gone 22 pot Let's serve God! Let's teach
Federation'sCOnservation reduce fertilizer bills by
The intent of the your
over him. found the horn had been re-; pies, and the first thing Sam I, our children Christian Princi- -
SOnly moved. Another put is going to do when she returns ples. Awards Programwill I experimenting to discover how
was on I '.. I .
.., it takes to
I be to further the proper rimuch I fertilizer :
trouble we ever had and now the little Beetle is get a big bomb and '
I Sincerely, 1 utilization and conservation i'; keep your lawn green but not
with her was that she was i !I makes with a good warning blow up the Pot Pie Factory.
Rev. Walter H. Lee j I of the natural resources of[ lush erowine.- I
cock-eyed and couldn't run a' } sound sort of a cross between -
Phone 9647081Rt. I I the State -of Florida soils, isadayofznarchingoispeechesof
straight furrow. As a result i a. big-mouthed cricket and a Cash Paid for Good. Clean''

the rows Sam laid off were I J' sore-throated bullfrog. : THE RIGHT POINT for the 2 ,Box 54J2 waters, minerals, forests and"* Rap. Tx* Khaki or WooL All fireworks. Let it be a day, tooo! ,
I' wildlife through an awards
crooked and he took a lot of|, way you write. Come In and Starke Florida. program designed to bring a-, Cfetton. Bring U Teteffnpb-; renewed dedication to the ideals of .
teasing about it; however, asa ( Had an interesting talk select your favorite ESTER- June 28, 1963. GRAPH.
bout greater knowledge of MM M H W M H MW "M MNOTICE
gentleman, he took the: i i with Dolph Griffis and Truby BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- I[ OP APPLICATIOS our great Nation's founding fathers..
conservation projects and to
should- Griffis who live out the GRAPH. '"
blame on his skinny near Social FOR TAX DEED
Security give proper recognition to .
See. 1M.16 F. S. -
those persons and organizations NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Ir
A representative of the who make oustanding ihat ,Carl Harton the holder of r I IN OBSERVANCE OF INDEPENDENCE DAY, OUR BANK

Gainesville Social Security office -!I
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will be in Starke at the contributions to the natural

BiP4A Department of Public Welfare resource welfare, of the. coax-i!,
I dd THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH office. at 9:30 a.m. Friday munity. the County and the I' WILLIAMSJEWELRY

July 5, and every Friday there State.
Lfl.M SCM 1 ESTABLISHED 1879 after for the purpose of,conducting -
: t social security busi BROOKER BAPTIST I FLORIDA:3

who desire to make
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applications for social
security -
PUBLISHED! ,EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THI retirement or survivors 1! Morning Worship, 11 am.: Guaranteed !
benefits, secure social security! Evening Service 8 p.m. Sunday AH Work .._, .. ___ '_ ,,_h _
j account numbers, or get any I School. 10 am. Training1.: A. a Williami

IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR$3.50 SIX :MONTHS $2.00 other social security information -II Union 7 p.m. Prayer Service;
each Wednesday. 8 p.m.I i! 142W.CaflSt. One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE TEAR J4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.25 are invited to see our

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy i Is Drowned Sunday : ?. MELROSE !;I of Mr.Ft. and Myers Mrs.spent Ira i!, I days bus of last Palatka week with spent Mr.several and

i In Hutchinson Lake I .y- end with Mrs. Nell t Mrs.. Willard Cumbus.

Mary K. Schaeffer p& r S : By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer !I I on their way to i Mrs. Minnie Rye of Palatka.
I Jacksonville I II ,. .: : I i fishing I ,
A two-year-old -,. ;,-. '- I vacation. Mrs. is spending a few days with
tA&AAAhAAAkkAAkAAiAkkA4LAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAkA I girl drowned in Hutchinson .- i?< d ;. I YYYYTYYTYYTTYYYYYYYYYSeveral ;,! a weekend guest her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Cal-

Lake near Keystone Heights 4-: ; 1I1*_ .... U of F students i iI I Roundtree. : lie Rye.
Keystone Personal Notes I I I now the Keystone Branch of I Sunday when the boat in .; _; : : -. I head the Art Club which is I, Miss Cathy Perry On Friday Mrs- :Myra Johnson -
Mrs. Evelyn B. Braper, and the Clay County Public Library which her family was riding 1 week with
I ; ; ;; held each Monday and Wednesday Kay I of High Springs came to
Miss Zana Lummier, gradu-I I' is going to have to vacate swamped and sank. I :,.r 1,: ;: at the Melrose Public !I Chris Lee in I spend a few days with her sis-

ate students of Pharmary and't I by October 1. They have The body of Jean Marie ; ;. -14 t' Library. These meetings are I I Beach. : ter. Mrs. Edna Alderman. On
Medicine and Miss Quamar no place to go. Lots of vacant Keefe daughter of Mr. and '. ;r. : .., Albert
I I '- .-' ..-.. .'".".,,. ..-. i! open to children from 6-121 I Spires Saturday Mrs. Alderman and
I Hussain a Pullbright Grad- '|, lots but no vacant buildings! Mrs. Jack Keefe Sr. of 3012 f : Ii. ",,., ",. -.:.-.-!..:;<"*"- 'I: and began Monday June 1. week with his son, E. I Mrs. Johnson went to Daytona -
uate Fellow from New Delhi, Any solution? Imperial St., Jacksonville, was 1-""" /i.r ;" ,<" '- :,'b'1i'''' i Rev. Jean Chance of the I'I es. in Tallahassee.Mr. I Beach.

India, were weekend guests of I And did you know that Key-I found about 20 minuets later I '.,,' .., ".t-',_,: ",*.'.5t" .,,. I, ,,: Trinity Episcopal Church was I and Mrs. \ I : I On Saturday Marie Hutson,

Miss Jean Wbitmore and her stone's "ZIP": number is now I by John Kingsbury of Key- S. : ." .. !. -P-f,.. ; j,, ordained at the Holy Comfort I': Keystone Heights have I 1 I David and Zan Brantley were
mother. Mrs. M. Halle Whit- I 32656? You are supposed to stone Heights. ;0\ to Lake Santa I the
I I Church in Tallahassee June I II Fe. : In Palatka with ponies,
t more on Keystone Lake. The I include that in your return j Everette Fox, chief of the S- ',.r :( "'';::"''' 23. .A Fellowship Dinner was Mrs. Vestie Logan .'I giving rides to children in

group enjoyed a shopping trip I address on every envelope now. I I Keystone Heights volunteer :' S S :: : 'I held Friday night at the Par- I speat seven weeks I I ,, town. They are raising money

to Jacksonville, and saw the I This seems just a little sud- I fire department whose emer- ii41, r S '.b ',---""' ', 1 ish House in honor of Rev.I I and Mrs. R. M. Cason I I for the horsemans club of Pa*
Cinerama "How the West Was den so soon after we just got gency vehicle was called to the '" :' ,:.,;_"1: 'f'I"-1: I and Mrs. Chance and family. to Palatka Tuesday I I i I, latka.

Won." Miss Whitmore and I used to our Area Code number scene, said he child's parentsand ,: :" ':f- :: I They were welcomed by Col. she will stay with J. C. Weeks of Key West is

j: her guests are students at I and exchange number: two other children, 5 and S ",< ', :. ,.;.. .s ... ?f., John McDowall. About 60 Robert Logan and I spending the weekend with

the University of Florida,I 305-473-etc. hi using our 6, managed to get to shore S 4.....;" .t"'JI>iIIt..!' .;. .. .. .-:"'. 'to< guests were present. I Mrs. Glennville his family.
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telephone. This is what is % SStt < : : .
safely. : e .
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Jean Is also in the 5 family. Mrs. Callie entered Doc-
known as progress and ef tic- Two Keystone men, Tony .-, .... .,. -. .' ., :,' :- ;;;',' .,.: ,,,. ;. The winners of the Melrose Rye
School of Pharmacy.Mrs. 'f"'f-..... : 'it.t.: ( Duplicate Bridge Club for last" Miss Teena Orlando'I i tor's hospital in Starke or
iency. Baker and Phil Cromer, who ;..'.;';. '. ;''''-'.' J'h.--J' :;., ;A : ,.,.;";' :.'. ,
Carl Rohlin has gone M:; '" d.,...,.. .m' -3110'- < '>t..-' week include the following: spent last week in St. 'I Saturday for treatment of ;
to California to visit her on'who I, Mr. and Mrs. William Pinon were picnicing at the lake with ''." J..:.. ... ".', ....'0.>- S ,'!.::, ":..! V I :Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs.I tine with Mr. and I kidney infection. We hop.
j recently returned from their families the boat : ; I
lives in San Francisco. i a trip saw 'f: 'S S.- ; itf.S I W. Thompson and
H. Davie. First place; Mrs. she will be well soon. Wlui\
Mrs. Rohlin flew via Jet to I to their former home in Kan- when it swamped. The two .. : : .f'tt I Reports I
.-: : :,i Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- from Mayo she Is-gone Mrs. Ruth Gent
sas. They were there for Memorial men rushed to the spot in .. ; ;}
California.Mr. .:.. ,,[,,, ,.:. -if. | yer, Second place; Mrs. Emory on little Patricia Cox, I will be working in the Pt
and Mrs. Robert Lambert -I Day. While there. Mrs their boat and pulled the four S. .S S ',, ''" ,. ...;!':;';-'r1ll. I I
.' < Cooper and Mrs. R. P. daughter of Mrs. Nettie Office.
and four children Pinon attended a banquet for survivors from the water. On- t : ( .5 S '. .t>, } I :I
were -" Vogh, Tljtird place; and Mrs. are good. Plans are Mrs. Eugene Brantley vis:
her high school alumni. It ly after that was it learned ,I;; .: I
visiting Mrs. Lambert's par- t,4i; : .?! } Bama Boyd and Mrs. John 3 i will return home in l ed with Rev. and Mrs. Chart
; t
the that third '
was 50th anniversary of a child was still in ;, [, *"
ents Mr. ,
and Mrs. Charles ;I
Strawn Fourth place. I weeks. Davis at the Lake Swan reso
Wallenius, all last week, Mr. her graduation, and she was the water. t ..:' .
Miss Glenda Nobles on Saturday. Rev. Davis
t Mrs. J. V. Slade pa
Lambert ; the only one from her class I The two men arrived at the
being in the vicinity I elect of Jimmy R. of week I tored the Melrose BaptfcJ!
on business. The eldest daughter I who was able to attend. Seat- scene even before the Key- Miss Watson Becomes Bride Of Mr. Cross I in New Smyrna I i
church about
ed stone Hawthorne, was honored at with her daughter, I 15 years ago an)
next to her Rescue Unit
was a lady or emergency 8.1
Helen Lambert, remained from California who was there vehicle. June 29 In Keystone Heights CeremonyMiss I: bridal shower Friday night in_I Wilkes and children.Mr. lis' part time pastor for tw4

iii Keystone to spend the summer for her 59th anniversary. Their The boat swamped about 30 ,i the Recreation Building of the I and Mrs. D. B. I churches near Atlanta, Ga\]

with her grandparents. picture was in the local paper feet from shore in about 20 Agnes Calvin Watson, reception was held at the |: :Methodist Church. About 50 I bell left Tuesday for : and on the staff of Mercer1,

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wals-. with a suitable caption I feet of water, Fox said. He daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,Alfred home of the bride's parentson people were present at the I.I tended visit with College.: :
ton of Jacksonville were visit Beresford Watson of Lakeview Drive. Mrs. W. event which ,
Keystone 'I
I such as East Meets West, or said the small boat probably was given by I I relatives in Tennessee.
ing the Wallenius family and I California and Florida meet, was over-whelmed by waves Heights, was married to H. Redfearn greeted the members of the WSCS. daughter, Mrs. Ima PARAN BAPTIST CHURCHGRANDIN.
the Lamberts last week one I Charles of guests at the door. Miss Kath- Boy I I FU.Rev. .
or something. The Pinons from other boats nearby. Emory Cross son j I I Scout Troop 109 Melrose Gainesville will S
daythe Walston's and the)I Sen. and Mrs. James Emory, leen Harris and Mrs. Max spent Friday night and' them on the
: plan to return to LeRoy Kans." Clay County Deputy Sheriff I I I trip. Paul Travis Pastor
Wallenius being close friendsfor I
both of Live Oak,,
Cross of Gainesville Sat- Ward
their former home for their William Dermody said the on Saturday at Crystal Lake in L Sidney Prevost of Sunday School ID
many years. urday afternoon, June 29, at'', kept the guest register. A I I Keystone. They camped at S tn.
wedding anniversary in Sep drowning was the third in La. is visiting his Morning Worship 11 .
1 ,
We were happy to see Mrs. a.m.f
in1 and t
; tember. It will also be Home- the Keystone Heights area in the Community Church memory candle gardenias I I Keystone Boy Scout Troop p i mother. Mrs. Etta K. Training Union, 7:00
Edith Thornquist on Sunday coming weekend at their for- recent weeks.Keystone. Keystone Heights. The double I I smilax, were used on the ta- ,S 105 camping area. Boys who I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. f Evening Service, 1:00: p. m.
when she and her sister Mrs. : p. m
mer high school. where the ring ceremony was performed' ble. I attended accompanied b y! daughters Doris and Hour of Power. Wednesday
Ohlson. and their '
Mrs. Marguerite Grennan cousin, athletic field is named for Lions by Dr. A. C. Holt, assisted by The bride's cake was topi i I Scoutmaster Glynn Rothham- spent last Sunday in I t'!night 8:00: p in.KEYSTONE ;
their only son William Elvin the Venerable Fred Yerkes. ped with an orchid. Cutting I mer were Lloyd Baldwin Eddie
were having dinner at the Pmon who is deceased. The 1963-64 Committee The church was adorned the cake were Mrs. W. W. Rothhammer Bill Shoe- r L
Garden Restaurant in Starke. field was formally dedicated with greenery and floor candel I Charles, Mrs. H. S. Wright:I nom an. Bobby Wallace and
I I I Appointments Made .
Edith has been quite ill, and
to his memory on one of the with greenery and floor can- i Jr., Mrs. Irving Weintraug. Clyde Rothhammer.
this was her first outing Pinon's wedding anniversaries.; I delabra which held white tap-!I all of Gainesville and Mrs. I I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pre- KEIGHTMftROSE
Thomas B. Millican, president -
since Easter. She seemed to)
Mrs. John Bird was hostessat of Keystone Heights Lion, ers. A prie-diu was placed at|;I Michael Redfearn of Keystone I vost. Sr. and children, Walter .
be feeling much better and in ,
the altar for the Heights. **' and Sandra
a cook-out for the mem dent of the couple. i will arrive next
good spirits. bers of the Community Church Keystone Heights Mrs. George LaRue was the The punch tables on the i Saturday to visit her mother, BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Lions Club, has announced the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartmanand
choir on Thursday evening, soloist, with Mrs. George Ca- lawn were decorated with I : Mrs. Etta K. Minge.
their four children, all following committee assign- at the driftwood and orchids. Mrs. i -
nova organ. Margaret Huffman
June 27. The cookout quickly pour-I of
ments I II
for the new year:
of Wilmington. Del., the
are Miss Kathryn Maria Dell of ing punch Mrs. I Jacksonville
I turned into a "cook-in" when Attendance Julius were spent the weekend APPLIANCEST GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTS
: Hansen
guests of Mrs. Hartman's parents I the rain came, but everyone I I I Weirsdale, Fla. was the maidof i Conway, Mrs. Myron Prevatt, I in Melrose.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I I chairman; George LaRue. I honor Mrs. Charles 0- Miss Betty Jean Cross Mrs. I Maj. and .
enjoyed the evening none the''j I I Finance: Dick i Spence- ; 'l Mrs. Schular P'I V Service Center THE
Nelson and Herbie. Jr.. on less. _, 'Kelley of Grantville, Ga.,. was '. Cox went to North Carolina O
; j ,
\ *-' chairman' VJ 45ca.qi. Jr., ,Mrs L ,
Lakeview Drive. Mrs. Hartman rThomas;; George .a.- i f' < J. K. TInES, Proprietor Keystone Heights
Miss Joyce Vining of Jacksonville Massa, M. J. Hayes, William matron of honor, while Miss 1 I I Raymond Starnes, Miss Gertrude j lo get their son, John, who ,
is the former Mary Lou Authorized Motorola Garden
Philco and
I Gayle Cross, sister of the i has spent several weeks at the Supplies Restaurant
was visiting her ecu.j I Belote. !t .Houses Mrs.:>George La- I

Nelson.Friends of Jack Haberstroh I I' sin. Linda Hill, most of last I Membership: Gene Williams, groom and Miss Kay Charles i I Rue Mrs. Carl Hagglund, and I I scout camp there. Their Sales and Service Furniture W. E. Flakes, Owner.Jrr.Special121ng .

week. chairman. of Miami, were bridesmaids.All i Mrs. E. T. Martin. daughter, Evelyn, returned Service On All Makes 9 Duraiite and DuPontPaints
will j In
be sorry to learn that he .
was taken to the Veteran'sAdministration : Miss Dianne Brokas and I I II Program: Walt Thomas, were dressed alike in I For her wedding trip, the? Saturday from the G. A. Camp TV RADIO STEREO Blue Plates with

I :Miss :Marlene Linsin were co- I chairman; Bud Anthony. i street-length frocks of nile- bride chose a costume suit t on the Suwannee River. Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals I
Hospital n i hostesses at a wedding shower Information: C. J. McGlave green silk organza over taf :. with linen overblouse and I I Mrs. R. G. Logsdon and 0 Wallpapers Pointer's Fresh Vegetables
Lake City on last Thursday. I jI Keystone Heights, 473-1651
I for Miss Becky Davis chairman. feta. Their headpieces were!j pleated skirt in black and I I children, Twrie, Susan, and Supplies (poLO BEER
Anyone desiring to send him j
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.; I Convention: Frank Nooney. miniature pillboxes of matching !j;. beige. i I Richard are visiting Mrs Open From 6:00: A3L Till-?
any messages will please not '
Grover Davis, whose weddingwill chairman taffeta. with short veils. f Logsdon's brother-in-law and I AUTO SERVICE
; Carl Darden. The couple will reside in
forget that his name is "C. 11. I I Zike'sDecorating At the stoplite Keystone lift*.
Haberstroh" not Jack -as be an event of August.: Sight: Hugh Griffin. chair- They carried white daisy Melrose. and plan, to continue I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Terrell'sGulf

his friends like to call him. The shower was held at the man; O. B. Lawrence. I chrysanthemum bouquets. I. their college work at the UniI Dunk and children of Miami. -

His wife Gladys too. has I i Linsin home in the Park of Publicity: Bill Bear, chair- Ushers included the bride's I versity of Florida this fall. i, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. ServiceNew Shop Lake Brooklyn
the Palms. I man. brother Dr. Al Watson, Jr.. James L. Price, Jr. and family -
The new Mrs. Cross attended
been ill. and their friends I Keystone Heights
hope they both will soon be I. There were games and re- I Civic Improvement: Jack i of Keystone Heights; Jay Emory University, where Sunday afternoon at a & Used Urea Restaurant

better. freshments and the opening of Hdberstroh, chairman; Bill i I Boyd of Leesburg, Fla.; Louis she was a Kappa Kappa Gam- family gathering at their I From $3.00 Up All Sizes I PHONE 473-8861: STEAKS CHOPSSPECIALIZING

I the many gifts brought by Dermody. Peacock of Marianna, Fla.; ma and plans to graduate hi home were: Mr. and Mrs. Don ,, Lubrication Batteries Acres.
Don't forget the Swimming Becky's friends. Building John Beidler and Charles Curry of Grace- Ferguson and daughter of I IK 1
: ,
April. Mr. Cross is a Seniorin OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. I.KeJ'stone .
lessons that will start on Monday I Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.1 SEA FOOD
Shower guests included: the chairman.The the UP College of Business -
July 8 at Keystone Beach. I Misses Reba Hall. Nancy Sut- following goals were set Cross was best man Administration where Bill Stanley and chndern, Mr _! Heights, 473-4279 INSURANCE ORDERS TO GO -

Anyone is over eligible the to age join of the six: ton, April Mesko, Lorraine for the year: I for his son. ,I he is an insurance major. He and Mrs. Paul Tyre and SOti,:'AUTO STORE 1-4 MI. N. of StopUtt '

years Dey, Linda Hill. Jennifer Davis To assume responsibility for I The bride, given In mar- is a member of the Insurance Mrs. Mattie Sargent and Miss ,,
class best suited to his or her Roberta Sibley, JoAnn: creation of a park adjoining riage by her father, wore a Society and the Phi Delta Faye Maxwell all of Keystone Western Auto Keystone Heights

degree of swimming profic I Dasher Mary Ann Schaeffer I the post office if the town floor-length gown of white organza Theta Fraternity. Heights Mr. and Mrs. Key Murrhee Insurance "

iency. Lessons will be from 10' and Linda Norris; Mrs. Grover will acquire the necessary over taffeta. featuring Out-of-town guests included Sargent and children of Cocoa Associate Store Beildler'sHoliday

a.m. till Noon for two weeks. 1 Davis the mother of the bride- I' property. Creation of a road- scmrfli embroidery in the I:i-Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adams of :,, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Frank- ,I. Appliances Major or Small I IS Agency Inn
Keystone with all its organizations -: elect; Mrs. O. L. Linsein Mrs. side ;:: lin and children of Atlanta.:
; park on Highway 100 with 1 jacket and in the skirt which Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. W. I i Auto Accessories! Tires, I
is "busting out I Harold Johnson, Mrs. Janet t the of I Ga. and Mrs. Rachel Max-I! RestaurantFwineriy
cooperation the State fell into a circular train. Her :,, W. Charles Woddy Charles, Batteries.
at the seams"- We once men I Mann, Mrs. Horace McGee, I Road Department. Asphalt'I I veil was attached to a tiara i: and Miss Kay Charles, of Miami well of Jacksonville. I i!: Sporting Goods Bicycles. I General Insurance *

tioned that the Keystone I mother of the groom-to-be; I I, area in town park for a basketball -j of re-embroidered Alencon I I I ; Mr. and Mrs. Brody Harris Chuck Buchanan recently Hardware, Paints, Garden I Fire Casualty Bonds Lawrence's DinetteCOJPLETELY
Heights Lions Club was look: I Mrs. Dovey Sibley Mrs. Fred court. Have attendance I lace with a seed-pearl design.t Miss Kathleen and Chip spent 13 days with his par- Supplies. REMODELED

ing for a suitable den. And I Blair .and Miss Joyce Vmmg, I! of at least 10 persons at the I She carried a bouquet of j Halford; Mr. and Mrs. C. P. ents Mr. and Mrs. Charles KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Allied Lines OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY

i State Convention, and participate white carnations, orchids, and I I Huffman and daughter Carolyn Buchanan. He was on leave I I Keystone Heights TeL 473-4285 I Full Dinners Lunches -
in parade. lilies of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. from the U.s. Naval Base in Electrical Contractors i Ala Carte Italian Foods

Joe Wildt is secretary of the For her daughter's wedding, I Wright of Live Oak; $r. and Norfolk Va. I I F I 1 Block North of Red Ught

I club. Mrs. Watson chose a dress of I Mrs. H. S. Wright, Jr., of :Mr. and Mrs. John Strawn Jackson Electric Co. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

blue lace, with a matching i Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs. Ches- left Monday for a tour of ELECTRICAL CQXTnACTOB MILLWORK -

an out-of-town guest from hat. Mrs. Cross wore a toast- terfield Smith, Arcadia; Mr. Western United States. House Wring, Electric Rangeland t REAL ESTATEC. -

"SO YOU THINK i Jacksonville. colored lace dress with match- and Mrs. J. Edgar Cowart ftlrs.'G. T. Torley of Palatka Water Heater Repairs I

iI I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tucker I ing accessories. Both ladies I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Woodardand and her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. General Electric Rapair Work J. Pete O'Connor

I of Lake Brooklyn have had orchid corsages. Mr. and Mrs. C. Milton Victor Torley, of Nashville. Call "Toby" For All Your Keystone

YUL RYNNER'SRO been entertaining their grandson Following- __ _____u the___ ceremony__ a Conway, all of Jacksonville.! I Tenn. visited friends and relatives Electrical Needs R2ALTOBBEAL

Jay Johnson. son of Mr. here Saturday. Keystone Heights Pn: Millwork E8TATS
I I- Shop
and Mrs. Richard Johnson of days. Jay, who is four years and there is never a dull Mrs. Gordon Poole and \ 413-1975// MORTGAGES APPRAISALs

I IANTIC, Tallahassee. for the past ten old, is an interesting guest moment. children Judy and David of 1.'I 1.FARM SUPPLIESC. CABINETS DOORS Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4287:

::::: Oakville. Ontario Canada will
_- I'I & L. Feed Co. WINDOW FRAMES
i S i be spending the month of July

I EH! BABY?" :, with her parents. Mr. and i C. 31 SCREENS Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
Mrs. L. W. Neefus. I FEEDS Trim 'Material&ub

Mr. and Mrs. Burt Hide
Sargent T. Or&r
flJ I I I: FERTILIZERS flog. Real Estate firsts*
of Warrenton, Ga. and Mrs. )
| FARMERS Keystone Heights 473-4285 Lake .
Joe Lewis of Sparta. Ga. visited HARDWARE Properties Acreage

Mrs. Stella Stanley and Earleten ft4Dcl1u. ., BuiDea0tJ

Miss Buelah Sargent. TeL 3IeIr<*e GR S- 16' Homes JUctsJ

? : :Mrs. Elanor Johnston is in NURSERY "Ws Take A Person Intr m
lie's not only romantic but very sen JisS :.the Doctor's Hospital 1 n !FLORIST In Your Req\artm tI"

S Starke. I Midway: Keystone Hsiffet .

Mrs. David G. Pritchard EdnaW liamaFLORL.TN'UMDY Nursery Stek Thousand Of lislroMIQw
sible. lie'rarely travels without carrying and
children. Elizabeth
David i Plant it Fruit Trees, To I .y 21-Opcsi Budaya-. '
and Robin of Americus,
"I'! Choose From. Nice Shade TreesJ I f nil 6-ta1
Ga. spent two weeks with Gen. FLOWERS '
travelers checks acquired at The Keystone i and'Mrs. R. P. Hollis. Evergreens Il Landscape,:
S Fsr AO Ocarina I I11anta. S. E. McKay Realtor
Mrs.: James J. Hearne, Jr.1 I AD In Container*, Plant!, ,

State Bank. and children Ann and Macy.We1rose Phone: OR 52331 Anytime. See Our Plants For;'i.iLts Labe Lilly '$ m.

1: of Tampa visited Dr. and Mrs.'GARAGES Quality.. Let Us Do Your T rms 16 'Lots Sunset Lake -
Cecil R. Hook. I 2775. Terms
Landscaping. Investment'tracts
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bar-i I! HILL'S GARAGE 1 large enough for serenl lots _

.rentine and children. Kenny. access to wide sandy beach.
Karen. Xarla. and Kurt of Ekctric and ,O. C. Carnes Nursery! Use for recreation white hd.

',Macon,.Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.jWilliam j i i % .AeetyleneVeldlng oJ I t line for investment E-Z Terms.
U t
Bowen of Jackson-. Radiator! Repairs East Of Starke .2 BR CB famished cottage on

MEMBER F. D.'L'C KEYSTONE HEIGHTS rville: were here to celebrate!24-HR. WRECKER SEBVICE,Hwy' 100 At Florahome. l Beautiful Lake Hutchlnaoa -
I the birthday: of Mrs. J. J. Business Phone ,$7,000. Terms.
we *iD4.Y AaI* -.c t4X COMMUMtTT Tailored Seat Covers & Trim 684-5665
,'Boyle on June 23. Residence Phone 6S4-5520
BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley Keystone S Keystone( Height, rI&
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and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and TVVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 I rTTVYTYYYTYYYTYTYYYYYT' of Jacksonville were Friday cording to law the property described certificates will be sold to the house door on the first Mondayin I 1963.
in such certificate or highest bidder at the court Month of August 1963 whichis I (SEAL)
David and Mr. and Mrs. visitors here with Mr. and certificates will be sold to the house door on the first Monday the 5th day of August 1963.1'' CHARLES A. DARBY.

LAWTEY George Roberts. Jr. Ricky RA1FORDiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. D. E. Hill. highest: bidder at the court in Month of August, 1963 whichis Dated this 21th day of Clerk of Circuit Court of
Bayless Hiway house door on the first Monday the Sth day of August, 1963. 1963. Bradford County Florida
at the
Brenda and Scott of Starke. Visiting last weekend whichis 6-27 4t 718NOTICE
in Month of August 1963 Dated ,this 24th day of June, CHARLES A. DARBY,
Guests while they were there home of Mrs. Frank Clark the 5th day August.. 1963. 1963. Clerk of Circuit Court of -
By Enia Blanchu4AAAAAAAAAAAA&A&AA By Airs. O. E. Crosby were their son and daughter-; Dated this 21th day of June, CHARLES A. DARBY, Bradford County, Florida. OP APPLICATIOX
included Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Clerk of Circuit Court of (SEAL
I Mrs. Bessie Sapp had as, 1963.CHARLES FOR TAX DEEDS
A A AAJ Tatum of Homestead Mr. and 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1 in-law, Mr. and :MrsLane A. DARBY Bradford County, Florida. 6-27 4t 718NOTICE **. IJM.ie, F. H.'
weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of Circuit Court of (SEAL)
Mrs. Bill Brown of Jacksonville Clark of Atlanta, Ga., recent NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
MrsJohnny Young, Johnett Rev. Smith filled, the pulpit Cecil Sapp and son, Jimmie Bradford County, Florida. 6-27 4t 718AOTICE that Carl Harton the holder of
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wly- I newlyweds.YTYyYyT"YTYTYTYYYYT7T'. (SEAL) OF APPLICATIOV
and Glenn Arthur of Athens, Sunday in absence of the Pas and wife of Clearwater.Mr. I 6-27 It 7-18 FOR TAX DEED the following certificates has

Ga.: Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp I lys and Mrs. C. W. Smith of tor who preached the Homecoming and Msr. Jim Conner art. 1M.18. F. S. filed deed to said be certificate issued thereon for a The tax

and daughter and George Jordan Hastings.Mrs. service at Antioch and j : OF APPLICATIOXFOR XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" certificate numbers and years
had Mr.
as Sunday guests, TAX DEF.USw.
that Carl Harton the holder of
! of Jacksonville and Miss R. E. Lee, Karen and Church. Mrs. Irvin Dubose of Fernan- CLAY HILL NOTICE OP APPLICATION I1H.16. F S. the following certificates has I of the issuance property, ,the and description the names of in

Jannis Jones of Starke were John were visiting Mr. Lee's PersonalsMr. Beach. I FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, I filed said certificates for a tax I which it was assessed are as
dina Sec. 194.19 F. S. that R. L. Batten the holder of deed to be issued thereon. The follows
weekend guests of Mr. and mother, Mrs. Clemmie Lee in and Mrs. George Alva- Mrs. Herbert Johnson of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the following certificates has m-I Certificate numbers and years I Certificate: Xo. 49 Year of Issuance

Mrs. A. C. Pearce. : Enigma, Ga. over the week- rez and Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry Jacksonville Sunday guestof I By Mn. J. L. StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA that R. L. Batten the holder of : ed said certificates for a : of I issuance the description of I 1951.Description.
was the following certificates has filed deed to be issued thereon. The I the property and the names In I of Property Lot
Michael and Scott Blockerof end.Miss Dyal visited his parents, Mr. 1 her mother, Mrs. Alice Ca- said certificates for a tax. certificate numbers and years of which it was assessed are as 15 of Blk 3 in Nat Williams
Lake City visited their! Lorraine Priest has returned and Mrs. R. S. Alvarez in deed to be issued thereon. The issuance the description of theproperty I follows: S/D Sec. 22 T C S R 22 E.
son.Mr. Nellie Wilkinson of Clay I II I certificate numbers and years of and the names in I Certificate Xo. 16 Year of Issuance Name in which assessed: ; Alfonso .
grandmother Mrs. A. H. Harley -I after spending two Jacksonville last Sunday. Mrs. and Mrs. Esthal Mor- I I issuance the description of the' which it was assessed are as 1961.Description. : Jenkins. .

during the week. I weeks with her cousins, Mr. Alvarez has been ill but is gan of Sales Creek, Tenn. I Hill spent a part of last week(|I property, and the names in' follows: I of Property Lot 12 'I All of said property, being in
which it was assessed are as Certificate. 38 Year of Issuance in Otts! SID of Lawtey Sec. 22 the of Bradford, State
County of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling i and Mrs. Ernest Williams and much better at this writing. were the weekend guests of : in Jacksonville with a sister- : follows: 1961.Description. T 5 S R 22 E. Florida.

of Bartow are visiting Mr. and I Donny in Wellborn. She was Rev. C. A. Crosby. Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browning.Mr. in-law, Kate Bowens. Katejand |,I Certificate No. 26 Year of Issuance of Property Lots Name in which assessed Liz- Unless: such! certificates shall
t 196LDescription 6, 7, of Blk 20 in N-Reno SID zie McQuire Est.. care' Claude be redeemed according to law
C. this
Mrs. H. Wainwright accompanied by the Williams Dyal, Lloyd Padgett and L. A. and Mrs. Howard Register Nellie I
husband brought Myers.All
the described in such
of Property E1h Sec 21 T 6 S R 2! E. I property
week.Mr. family who spent a few hours Crosby attended the mass of Lake City announce afternoon j jI I. of.: WH of SW i of SW i Sec. 4 : Name in which assessed Willie of said property being in I certificates will be sold to the
i I back home Sunday the County of Bradford, State of :i highest bidder at the court
and Mrs. Lonny Craft with the Priests. meeting at Hampton church : the birth of a daughter, Pam- T6SR2E. Mae PowelL Flor da.
she was rested some, and had Xame in which assessed Jor- All of said propertY' being In i house door on the first Monday
and family of Lake Butler! Mrs. Alma Dyal and daughter Thursday night. la Machell born June 26. Mrs. !I I dan L. Brantley.All the County of Bradford. Stateof Unless such certificates .hall i II in Month of August 1963 which

were visiting their respective Mrs. Peggy Glover of Mr. and Mrs. George Alva- Register will be rememberedas 1 enjoyed her few days visit of said property being in Florida. be the redeemed according to law :I i9 the 5th day of August, 19 3.Dated .
I property described in such i this 24th of June,
families over the weekend.Mr. Hampton have been visitingRev. rez, Mrs. Jerry Dyal and. the former Jewell Dobbs of with relatives. Some of us the County of Bradford Stateof Unless: such certificate or certificates -" certificates will be sold to the I mi. day

and Mrs. Ralph Wise and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse children and Mrs. L. C. Sapp I' Raiford.Mr. have learned that it is hardto Unless Florida.such certificate or certificates cording shall law be the redeemed property ac-described house highest door bidder on the at first the Monday court :: SEAL) CHARLES A. DARBY.

and sons are spending their this week. Mrs. Dyal is Mr. spent Monday of last week at and Mrs. Roy R. demons within four walls all shall be redeemed according in such certificate or I in Month of August. 196S 'which I Clerk of Circuit Court of
vacation with Mr. Wise's par- Rafuse's sister. the Sapp's camp at Salt of Heilbronn and their stay to law the property described I certificates will be sold to the 1 is the 5th day of .August 1967.! : I Bradford County, Florida
I of the time, even if it is in such certificate or I highest bidder at the court : Dated this 24th day of June, 6-27:! 4t 718MUSIC
ents in Opp, Ala.
Springs. guest D. T. Norman and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowe of home. There is,so much to do,
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miami i ,0
Penny Sparks were
Nassau visited Mr. and Mrs.B. and one not able to do any- -
Shuford and Gayle visited Mr. Richardson this week are his guest of Earl Dobbs and family -
E. Reddish Wednesday. thing, well it is rather nerve
and Mrs. Leon Starling in mother Mrs. Richardson and
Tatum of racking, to say the least.
Jacksonville the latter part of Jimmy Trinity sister, Geneva of Reedsville, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lenox AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AUTO
Church in Griffis
the week. Baptist Jacksonville N. 'and little daughter of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jule
brought the message at C.Mr. whose baby has been so sick,
Mrs. Mae Wells left Wed- and Mrs. C. C.. Crosby visited their parentsMr.
First Baptist Church Sunday.! and in the hospital for so
nesday for Huntsville Ala. and son Buie were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade. ,'
Tom of Colum- in the
Mrs. Barry long, were with us
'here she will visit her son and Mrs. Bobbie Crosby of Mrs. Tommy Bennett of !
bia, S. C. spent a short time morning services at church BEAUTY
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Gainesville Tuesday. Jacksonville visited her par- SUPPLIES
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with her brothers Harold and
Sunday. GARDEN
Mrs. Ernest Wells. She expectsto Al Parrish of Linden and ents, Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Sapp -

be gone for about two J. S. Eunice and families. She Gwin Thomas of Orlando are and family Sunday. Charles Mosley, who has LINCOLN MERCURY Learn Complete Beauty Culture'I- Gridley Music

weeks. was enroute to Gainesvillewith been in the hospital also, was COMET FIAT 1IETCOB Girls Women Johnson & Paris Inc.
spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. M. Brown of ( lien ,
Rev. and Mrs. Fox and Orville Mr. Barry's mother who their grandparents Rev. and Tampa were Sunday guests of with us in church Sunday Tuition Budgeted Co. Inc.
had been visiting them. She morning. Was nice having Authorized Sales-Service- Complete Line of
Bumgarner attended the Mrs. C. A. Crosby. Other his sister and family Mr. and FREE PLACEMENT .
will visit her relatives here before I these folks able to be with us SEEDSPL."TSFERTILIZERS CENTRAL RIDA'S
District Meeting of Methodist guests of the Crosbys were Mrs. Charles Tomlinson.Mr. Parts Special Brush-Up Courses
returning to her home. again if all of the sick ones I Complete Music Stor
Ministers in Gainesville Wed- their daughter-in-law, Mrs. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp-I, Trained luha.n1cs-Good
nesday of last week. They had :Mrs. Selma Eunice returned Billy Crosby and children of kins and James Hall visited would return to .church when Central Hairstyling Insecticides-Pet Supplies Pianos by Baldwin Storey M

the pleasure or meeting the .1 Monday from Winslo, Ark Jacksonville. James' Grandmother Hall in they get well enough to go, Used Cars "\v. Rent Fertilizer Spreadera" Clark, Henry L. )W1er-

new District Superindent Rev. where she had been visitingher Mrs. O. E. Crosby spent Green Cove Springs Friday. our churches would' be full instead Barkley Motors College 224 N. W. 8th Are Fisehek

John Sikes formerly of South- son-in-law and daughterMr. from Monday ,through Thurs- The many friends of Miss of so many- empty- ,seats. FHO, E S72-0476 Organs by Baldwin & Conn

'side Methodist Church i n : and Mrs. Vern Green. Her day with her daughter, Mrs.J. Gloria Wilkerson will regretto This goes for all of the 615 N. Main, GainesvilleB 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. Gibson it Gretch Guitar*-

Jacksonville. grandson Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta H. Spence in Jacksonville.Miss learn that she is ill in 'churches, not just Highland. 376-4105 Amplifiers

Recent guests of Mr. and Ga. drove out to bring Peggy Conner of At- Kings Memorial hospital at Charles Starling underwent INSULATION.ROOFINGAll 1004 N. Main

.. Irs. Oscar Carter were Mr. her home and visited his f am- lanta, Ga. is spending a few Lake Butler. surgery in the St. Vincents & G Motors Co. Gainesville Shopping Center

and Mrs. Guy Norman, Mr. I ily here. days with her cousin, Miss hospital in Jacksonville Mon BUILDING MATERIALS American New and UsedPIANOS

and Mrs. Acton Norman and I Mrs. O. J. Phillips, her sister, Janice Conner at her lake Y YYYYYYYYTYYTT YYY' i day morning. Hope he is soon CADILLACOLDS310BILEF85BILL.UAN I

daughter, Mrs. Pearle Gordon Mrs. L. H. Hinote who is visit- home. able to be home and with us Ridgway Roof Insulation & RoofingCO. GUITARSDRU1SSIIEE'1

and grandchildren all of Mi- ing her and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richardson HAMPTONBy in church again. MUSIC
i Leslie Phillips and visited The Black Creek quarterly Sales and Service
ami.The sons < have recently' purchased a will be Truss Co. Budget Term
Leon Norman and Garland I Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips lovely new house trailer which Associational meeting 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 New Roofs Shinglesor

Norman families are at I in Lake City Sunday. they have parked at the homeof 1\Ira. D. E.: HillAAAAAfcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ at Highland August 12, start- PHONE S76-7515 Wood Trusses! & Built-Up Lillian Music Store

home again after spending the Church Schedules Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. ing at 9:30: in the morning.All Prefabricated (Components Roof Cleaning t Repairs "Gainesville Leader"'

spring in Miami. I Grace Methodist: Church Sorry to learn that Mrs. K. 8-13 Year Olds Play Ball The are Rev.invited Wynn to attend.a former Any Size Free Estimates' Fiberglass Insulation Since 1933

Mrs. Mareo Tyson and Mr. : School 9:45: Worship 11 ajn, T. Crews is confined to Brad- At School Afternoons pastor of the Caleb* church' Crane Motor Co. 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. Blown or Batt 112 S. E. First GalnearilU

and Mrs. J. L. Tyson of Waldo Evening service 8 p.m., MYF ford County hospital as a result 372-3961-Collect.
Principal Charles E. Fran- :but has been in sections far- Contractor Retail
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. each Wednesday at 8 p.m. Va- of a skunk bite on her LARK ANGLIAENGLISH MOVER
cis of Hampton Elementary ther south for sometime, due
Bobby Dyal Sunday. Mrs. cation Bible school will begin hand recently. DAY or NITE
School began afternoon recreation Macea Tyson is Mrs. Dya!'-; second week in Auyust. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Earl Spen- PHONE. :376-4236 Gainesville
sessions at the school I the folks at Highland the
mother. First Baptist: Sunday School cer and children of Barks- MERCEDES BF.NZ"OL'O 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville
j last week, with baseball on I night of the second Sunday in McCoy Building MayflowerLOCAL

Miss Elizabeth Terry was 10 ajn., Worship 11 a. m, dale AFB have been visitingMr. the agenda. July, or July 14, at 7:30. All Authorized. Sales & Service AND LQNdDISTANCE

overnight guest of her sister,I Training Union 7 p.mWor- and Mrs. Nick Crosby Boys from ages 8-13 are are invited to attend these "Complete_ Service for All Supply Center JANITORIAL SUPPLIES MOVING

Mrs. c. E. Strickland in ship 8 p.m., Prayer Meeting and family. They will leave scheduled every Monday. Wed- services. '
1 each soon for assignment in Ger- Blake LUMBER Mops & Slopping Equipment Storage And Crating
Gainesville.Mrs. Wednesday 8 p.m., YWA nesday and Friday afternoons We understand there is a

George Roberts has and Intermediate GA second many. Other guests of the from 2 to 5 p.m., and if there revival in progress this weekin 506 E. University Ave. ** BUILDING HARDWARE SUPPLIES Brooms Brushes! Gainesville Phone 1765224Security

spent the last two weeks at and fourth Thursday, Youth Crosbys were Mr. and Mrs is enough interest shown, the the Bethel church. May the PHONE 3724343 Washes Cleaners I
R. M. Crosby of JacksonvilleMr. No. Alain\ and ZSrd Bouler4PHONE Transfer
Kingsley Lake with her child, meeting on alternate Satur- girls ages 8-13 on Tuesdaysand Lord work His wonders there. Gainesville Fla. Rest Room Supplies I II
and 372-4581
Mrs. Wesley Tillisof
ren and grandchildren, Mr. days 8 p.m. Thursdays from 2 to 5 i The Rev. Bennett and, wife & Storage Inc.
Plant City visited Mr. and I THE ,
from the Marietta church were Gainesville
-- -- Mrs. Leroy Norman Monday. p.m.Swimming !Don MacClellan Co. AGENTS FOR
lessons continue with us Sunday evening. Mr. DODGEDARTDODGE -

I Little Darlene Norman of through several weeks still. Bennett preached for us. Mrs. CEMENT FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER .

Gas Genie Hampton is spending this week her small TRUCKS Janitorial & Maintenance Inc.
2 says: There have been 10 or more Bennett told us ,
with her grandparents, Mr. children from Hampton rid thirteen months old son had Supplies Local & Long Distance MayingCratJngStornge.Packing

and Mrs. Leroy Norman. ing the bus to Kingsley Lake burned the palms of both Sales-Parls-Service LINTELS WINDOW SILLS' 1315 N. W. 4th. PlaceGainesville V

I\ Cut Those Birthday DinnerMr. and back each morning. hands, which proves very pain- USED CARS TOO STEPPING STONES I S72-272S Phone 3726

and Mrs. Otis Crawfordand Ball Team Edges! CloserTo ful for the little fellow, whichis Poole-Gable 'If' It's Cement WI Cast It"! 1040 So. Main Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flakes Motors LADIES WEAR
Repair Bills A League Game Win needless to say. As all Cement

entertained with a birthday Hampton's men Softball, know, a smaller burn than 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville NEON SIGNS

withNatural : dinner at the home of Mrs team was riding high last I this can hurt very much. Mrs. PHONE S72-4S4S Precast Products Cherry'sGainesville's

Crawford in Jacksonville for weekend, with their league Bennett's mother was takingcare 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville Jeffcoat

i' Mrs. Crawford's father, C. C. I of the infant cooking PHONE 372-0953 I
Gas : game on Friday such a close was Most: Fashionable I Neon Signs
Crosoy and uncle Kenneth !
one, they hardly knew they had the over [gas ,stovei AUTO SALVAGE Address For Ladies NEON PLASTIC PAINTED

Williams. Those present for lost. Lose they did, by only I heated to bake some biscuits DItESSEs8UITSCOATILTER Neon Designing Neon Repairs
the occasion were Mrs. Crosby, I when the baby turned looseof CONCRETE PRODUCTS
one run54 to Pine Level I
1 ) TrY WE.RACCESSORIES Erecting llaJn'belW1ee.
For "care free, "troublefree" heating, cookingand Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. I Sunday afternoon, Hampton I her dress and before she Paul's Auto SalvageWe 1611 S. :Main Gainuvilll

water heating there's nothing like Natural 1 II Randolph Crosby, Mr. and I played a double-headed [nota could look to see what he was 100S W. University, Gainesvffl Phone Day 373-0302
1 Bobby Crosby and baby of I doing, he had put both handson Buy Wreck Cars At INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, it's : league game] with Theressaat 1 Nite 372-8897
| Gainesville, Buie Crosby of the oven and burned the CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE -
their field the first TOP PRICES
safe it's :
clean and your supply is always there. I Starke. 14-7, and taking the second palms of both hands seriously. THE BEST FROM I OFFICE EQUIPMENTParker's.

i Mr. and Mrs. Charles New- Glad I never was a baby AH Makes & Models Used
mans and children of Gaines- I Edwards
plays Terrell's therefore I never did such Building

STARKE NATURAL GAS ville and Mrs. Vernon Taylorof Gulf in a make-up game Friday things. But please don't look Teletype Service-We will find Supply Inc. Stork Shop Gainesville's Most Complete Office .
Jacksonville I ,
were guests
on my hands for burn scars
at Starke and the next Machine
CITY HALL Phone 964-2351 ;i their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I any part for you.
Special Occasion Dresses To
I league game is against Brooker 726 S. Ma.in3U'SUGainesville Store.
i Lois Newmans Sunday. Junior Phone 376-4512
-- -- I Sunday evening our
on the Brooker field Friday Fla. Every Day Sportswear Complete Office Planning
.__ Norman AnniversaryMr. Union started with five of us 1301 S. Main Gainesville
July 12, at 8 p.m. FormaJs-Long Dresses, Slim Underwood Products ,

and Mrs. Gordon Jones Prospects are looking good present. but by the time wej I,, 601 W. University Ave.Gainesville .
were finished we had 10 pres-i ELECTRIC MOTORS Jim Shorts-Matching Tops
STARKE entertained with an anniversary for a field at Hampton with I 372-2545
dinner honoring their lights for night games. Ar- ent. If all had been on time AUTO TIRES BABY GIFTS

I we could have had a real nice 114 So. Main GainesvilleMEN'S
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward PAINTS
I rangements are being made
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Norman Sunday. The occasion for a field just west of town'''I lesson and we feel positive all FOR THE BEST IN Electric Motor
I would have enjoyed the STOREH. Co.
serv- Paint
being their 38th RECAPPINGCars Harper
wedding an- to be cleared and lighted. The I| Co.OF
niversary. A delicious lunch, recreation board is to meet!'' ice. Hope all are on.time Trucks. Tractors We Stock

was served at noon. The Nor this week with the county I,| next Sunday evening. 100% Grade A Cold Rubber GAINESVD1LE, INC. M. Chitty & Co. WALLPAPERSAR11STROSG
AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE We had 62 present for Sun-
mans received many lovely commissioners to set up the COMPLETE ELECTRIC SMITH AND
Factory Trained
day School just 42 were. 100 : Recapper
gifts. budget for the coming year. MOTOR SINCE 1902 DUTCH BOY PAINTS

Earl's GarageI Gardners YBS Ends Two-Week Session per all cent wonders members. but Adult wonderof La- English Tire & SALES AND SERVICE Curlee Suits Painter's Suppflrfl
Methodist Church With Program and Picnics 10 S. W. 7th Street '
Casual Shirts
"Distributor of
Gulf ServiceEvery dies class won the banner 4IowJorrLs. I
KINDS OF I Vacation Bible School at
I I with a grade of 89 per cent. Recapping New Lincoln Motors" & Underwear
Mechanical Senice Sunday, July 7 Church Hampton Baptist Church! -
AUTO REPAIR WO&K :. I told you we could do this, PHONE 372-8318 Stacy Adams Nunn-
General Repairs Automatic I School for all ages. Morning 1 complete their tt W 0 -week' I
i now we have. We had 17 in 1111 .S. Alain Street 1030 S. Main Gainesville Busch SStetson" .
All Work Guaranteed Transmissions Worship 11 ajn. Snack sup- session Friday last week, witha
our class, I believe that is *
Gainesville 372-2197 Mallory Hats. The Helzel Co.
Phone 'U-Z," GULF PRODUCTS per for MYF. 6:30: p.m. Youth parents' night program
than have enrolled.
more we
1 S.E. First St. Gainesville
7 Thursday evening and picnics FLOOR COVERING S ROOFING
Meetings, Evening -
So. Walnut SUrkt I Anyway, we feel this class
Service 8 and-or outings for each I S SHEET METALS
Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke p.m. has accomplished something. Automatic Transmissions MONUMENTS

J- PHONE 964-6781 Monday, July Methodist of the departments. The Primary class was the S B JDONDITIOMNO

Men's Club 7 p.m. II Pastor Paul L. Estes served!I I closest to us, with a .grade of Central Florida Tile No Job Too I pre Or Too Small

AUTO FLORIST as principal and expressed his Gainesville Granite 202 S. J:. St. GaiBMfllll
SERVICE Wednesday, July 10 Pray- ;j 75 per cent. ONE DAY SERVICEALL & Marble Co. 4th
appreciation for all who assisted I PHONE 57M491
Colonial FloristHAS er 7:30 Meeting. and Bible Study, in the work of the I "rAKES-REPAIR I CARPETS BY & Marble Works

Gilbert S. Brown p.m.Thursday school TIlE RIGHT rOLVf for the AND EXCHANGE Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, PHOTO SHOP

NEW OWNERSDot July 11- Chancel PersonalsMr. way yen write. Ceme in and Downs CEMETERY MONUMENTS

fiUnd&rd OU Serric SUUoa FRESH, Bagwell FLOWERS, Mgr. Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. Kenneth t ye. ** "* ori ESTER- Gator Automatic BOOK SUe-Wall to Wafl & MARKERSLetterIng Fuller's Foto, Inc.

ATLAS Installation
MEMBER F. T. D. BAPTIST Brown and family left early :XOTICE OF APPLICATIOX & Cleaning Central Florida's Finest"
CHURCH Kcntfle
TIRES & BATTERIESBudget this week for a vacation trip FOR TAX DEEDs. Transmission ServiceINC. Armstrong and Domestle & Industrial Marblb le Selection of
!Tenxu- Road Serv1ct Flowers Wired World Wide IIEILBROXN .*. iR-t.ic. F. S. Floor Coverings
to Mississippi. to visit rela- Granite
Starke Phone 964-6291 NOTICE IS HEREBY GITEX.that OF New & Used Cameras
Sunday School 10 a. m. tives. R. L. Batten the holder of I COMPLETE LINES Coffee Tables Counters Photographic Equipment *
Phone 964-7071 the following certificates has filT TILES MARBLE
LANDSCAPINGWE Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Visiting for several days at Fireplaces 'Supplies
I ed said certificates for a tax 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.)
407 N. Teie.] SUrk Training Union. 7 pjn. Evening -:: the K. B. Wattersons have j, deed to be issued! thereon. The ,Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 1540 Waldo Rd G'ville 376-6406 2135 8. E. 4th St. Blanc: & White FinishingIn

SPECIALIZE.. Worship, 8 pjn. Prayer '1: been Mrs. Watterson's mother,I certificate''numbers and years of Gainesville 17I-C151 Before Noon-Out at 5
I I issuance.; the descrjption of the I
LANDSCAPINGAND Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.1 I! 1619 W. University Gainesville
Mrs. Gitman; her brother,I' property. and the names in
Hurst'sService NURSERY Rev. Charles Harvey pastor. I Willie Gitman. and her sister' which it was assessed- are as FARM & INDUSTRIAL MotorcyclesScootersStreit's I
Private and Commercial 1 and family, all of South Hill,I Certificate Xo. 41 Tear of Issuance -

Station Property 42N.St.ClaIrSt.Sunday CHURCH OF GOD. Va.Mr. I j un.Df'8i'I'iptlon. of Property Com.. Central Tractor Co., Bicycle Shop,Hancock Typewriter

SINCLAIR Alse expert tree removal Mid. t and Mrs. :Floyd Smith I 860' E & 30 X Of S\V Cor Of & S. Auto Trim Ciubman & .Vespa Scooters
School, 10 ".m. ''! and baby daughter spent last I XWV; of SW 4, X W, E 50'. FGRD TRACTORSFord ExchangeJOHN
Tri CountyDevelopment ;'I S. 100', W 50', to FOB See. 22 T Farming Implements Ducati BSA-Zundapp
Gas Oils Lubrication Morning Worship. 11 a. m i[ weekend here, and M ra. 6 S R 2! E. Complete Auto Upholstery Motorcycles-Sales k. Service

Goodyear Tires & Batteries Co. Evening Service:7:30: pjn. Y-j! Smith's sister Miss Joyce Xame in which assessed Willie Tailor Made Seat Covers Agricultural IndustrialComplete HANCOCK

PE each Wednesday. 7:30 p. Conklin. return home after Lee Pierce. Service &; fails Dept SCHWINN BICYCLESLocksmith VIetar R, C. ADe CUrj
ROAD SERVICE All of said property' being lathe Convertible Tops & Safe Work
Trimming. m. Prayer Sleeting, Friday,. I spending the last two weeks County of Bradford State Good Used Equipment : Rtpa-'Wcs .t Service

706 S. Walnut Starke 901-6111 Your Satisfaction Guaranteed. 7:30: PJU. L. S_ William ] in Perry with them. I of Florida. C63 N. W. 8th. Avenue 4489 N. W. 6th. G&ioesville MIS W.. University Are 431 N. :MainGainesville
Unless such certificate or certificates -
Lake Butler HY 6-42S7 pastor. _. Mr. and :Mrs. T. W. King shall be redeemed ac- Gainesville 372-8661 PHONE 276-5430 Gainesville 37-77l Phone 5765551rAGE "


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