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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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June 21, 1962
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.. : This SaturdayStarke's Slated/ Clay Board'Votes Sunday City Council Challenges

r4 T aD post office force is Sale In Unincorporated AreasThe

busy this week moving equip- I -

'4 ment to the newly remodeledand Clay County Commission I lowed in their districts. Mar Clerk's To

1g -.1.1k building completely on Walnut modernized Street and voted this week to per i vin Green and Luther Wilson Story Paper

"in all probability it will be mit sale of 3.2 beer on Sun I said they opposed lifting:
day in the unincorporatedareas i the ban in !
1 b open for business this Satur- their districts. .__._.. "'____ _"' __ ___,__ m ___ _
1 j Postmaster of three'of the county'sfive f Until Labor Day last year, t 1a
day, according to -
districts, one of which sales Edwards Denies
Sunday had
G. J. :McGriff Jr. I been allowed : \
is" the Keystone Heights- I in Kingsley Lake and Key- Addison Handed
Floor in the remodel- ,
space Kingsley Lake area. stone Heights. They were k 7 ,irF nr
v I I ed structure is much greater Other districts in which I halted after a campaign 'last i Undue IncreaseIn

I than in the old building Mc the Sunday beer ban was lifted [ummer led by Baptist ministers Life Sentence + ,,, Y. .P ha
Griff said of the $144,440 are the Orange Park-Doc from the Green Cove Springsarea. ,

modernization job by Triest tors Inlet and an area south Moody voted, with

,I Construction of Keystone and west of Green Cove Green and Wilson at that Pavlas Unpaid Bills

Heights. The Working area Springs. time to halt Sunday sales. 35 Years t ;A a ,
Basil Davis And Son View Florida has been at least' doubled he
22 ,
I' The 'action will be effective In other business, the Clay .' Starke's
i said, and the lobby has been city council,
Sunday with sale hours set board to A
agreed request the
DeWitt Addison, 33-year- meeting Tuesday night in
At UF made "longer.Features o
Developed from 7 a. m. to midnight. An State Road Department to old Lake Butler native, was regular session, challenged
x of. the modern I exception made in the lend the
was county $12,000 to acquire sentenced statements
Monday to life imprisonment by City Clerk
structure include complete air Orange Park-Doctors Inlet right of for widening
way Merrill Edwards
for the murder which
Growers Watch New
VarietyOf conditioning and flourescent areawhere beer can be sold and repaving five milesof 'last October of State Trooper were published in the June

lighting, over 300' new boxes on Sunday in packages only SR 16 west of Penney Edwin Gasque in a wooded 8 issue of the Gainesville
for rent ffrom 669 to 979], for off-premises consumption. Farms. Daily Sun.
area near Baldwin.
Tobacco Planted This YearThe and a change from key to Legally, Clay is a dry county Clay County already owes Addison's companion, John The councilmen took exception

combination locks. but the state doesn't con the state about $100,000 for Rudolph to statements by
Pavlas. 46, of Hia-
sider, beer with an alcoholic right of way which is scheduledto Edwards that
McGriff said the new post leah. drew a term of 35 two membersof
watchful of Brad- might not be years
eyes quite as wide as content of 3.2 percent or less be repaid by July 1, 1963 the board had
ford County tobacco growersare Hicks, but it may produce office is anasset to Starke on a conviction of second degree delinquent
from the
county's share of
as intoxicating. Lifting of the utility bills, and to a statement
on.a new variety'ot leaf more leaves I just don'tknow and will be a real help fore ban does not affect incorporated gasoline taxes. It was pointedout I murder. i that utility bills have

Florida 22 being grown yet," Davis says. H future growth.Perspiration. they that Clay will turn bacz The sentences were passed : not risen, unduly compared

commercially for the first pressed a leaf slightly and set their own hours for sales. $50,000 to the Road Depart- by Judge A. W. Graessle Jr. :. .to the amount of increase

time this season. rubbed his fingers together,, Prior Commissioner O. J. Murr- ment in unneeded funds for I in Duval County Circuit Court DOYLE-"You knew what the EDWARDS-"I'm the only one in the city's .
utility business !
One of the most enthusiastic remarking about "stickiness"a hee of the Keystone Heights- acquiring right of way fo Monday. job paid." who hasn't gotten a raise." I over. the

growers of the new variety good indication of quality, To ThursdayNot Kingsley Lake district urged another project. Gasque was shot when he years." past several
Is Basil Davis of Graham and also that'the leaf will flushed Addison and Pavlas
Official that Sunday sales be restoredin Exception
who is pleased with the 'way hold its Bradford School System Given was also taken
own weight-wise at hiding behind palmetto
his district. because of the J. M. Edwards Jr. to Edwards' statement In the
his Florida 22
came throughthe the warehouse. If you've been hot up till large, number of persons whoacct clump] during a massive man- '7 Gainesville paper that the
severe spring drought due Information on Florida 22 I Named Member hunt that extended from Bald- Fair
to its now, it may be come comfortto recreation at the lakes Rating By State Auditor ctuncil, Instead of lightening
superior root system. For was presented to a group of win to Starke.Testimony .
the his
I during summer months. Of Angus Group I duties, had imposed extra
unirrlgated tobacco, Basil'sranks growers in a meeting: at Brooker know that those beady drops
He said people in his district t at the trial work on his office
A "fair" men's compensation by cutting
with the best in the last December. of perspiration was given policy
AgronomistFred were strictly
county. Clark at the favored Sunday sales and hefelt J. M. Edwards Jr., of Starke brought out the fact that Addison the financial condition of lapsed during July and August the delinquent period of
experiment unofficial. other board members should has been elected to member fired two shots at the utility accounts from
Experimental work toward station Bradford County's school system -! of 1960. If an insurance 20 to 10
Is the man said I Although :May set new records extend the.'c urtesy-of lifting i 31-year-old trooper after Gas- days.
developing this new variety to be ship in the American.Angus Tuesday by State Auditor register had been kept, Willis
responsible for d
ancredited for s aring'temperatur the' Sunday ban in his -district. Mo.' que had spotted them and ordered Bryant 'Willis.Commenting. said, these deficiencies would Councilman Wayne
has been in progress at the with the release of ., -I Association 'at St. Joseph, them to surrender. Douglas
University of Florida experi- Florida 22. S. R. Brothers, (reaching 99 on "one or two He is one of eight breeders of on a recently have been apparent and could opened debate early in the
ment station for more than Agricultural Extension tobacco days-summer) did not .amve .,Chairman Walter Odum I purebred Aberdeen-Angus in One of the largest man- completed audit of the Brad- have been corrected. meeting by stating, "I don't
and H.. E. Moody supported I hunts in Florida history was Willis said that records owe the
10 years. Florida 22 is a specialist working ) ford Board of Public Instructionfor city a dime, and I
closely until
"Hicks type" tobacco posses- [Continued on Page Six] ThursdaJune y, Mufrhee's motion: then asked .I Florida elected' to membership touched off by the shootingand the fiscal years ending June were generally well kept. He want that put in the minutes

sing several major features desired 22.The that Sunday sales be al during the past month. the area from Baldwin to 30, 1960 and June 30, 1961 noted, however, that during! ," Douglas also told 1.1-:

by grower and proces- Starke was alerted several Willis described the financial the fiscal year 1959-60 receipts wards that if, in the future

sor, Important among these Bradford days while Addison and Pavlas condition as fair.JIe and expenditures were he made similar statements

are disease resistance, leaf Farmer Uses Determination And Soil" ., were hiding out. They broke 'I.Oted.that] the was asubstantlas not posted and monthly finan- concerning councilmen that

size. .number, jojf. 'leaves per into a restaurant on UJS. 301, decrease* In the cial statements, required by he should, call; names le 't his

stajk) yielding "abilityrandchemical :; To Reap Good Living For Wife And 10 Children just 'north of Stark, taking. operating: fund, cash balances, State Board of Education regulation cast a shadow over the cira-e

constituents! food and milk. Later they escaped even though the"maximum allowable were not prepared board and not just the polity -

One outstanding characteristic "It's from this area in. a millage was levied on until after February 1, 1960. parties. Councilman Carl
of Florida 22 is its high impossible, most folks overnight visit extended lag a 100-acre farm to go into it was what. we both wantedto pick-up truck stolen from the tax rolls. Board members during the Hurst also had a statement

resistance to nematode, a microscopic would say. but Paul Meng.41 :into IL days. of coon hunt- the\dairy business. do.-Our grandfather owned i home of Ira Wilson, south of The audit report showed as I period covered by the audit identical to Douglas' recorded
year-old Bradford .
soil parasite root- has County fanner ing, fishing and other fun. Knew Little Farming a dairy in Ohio and we always I Starke. They were finally captured of June 30, 1961, 'an operatingfund were Dan W. Starling, W. C. in the minutes of the met;: -
parlayed 120
knot in tobacco.-Its superiorroot of land and acres ''I Meng and h&brotherFrancis, "We. knew very little about enjoyed visiting him dur- by city police in Daw- balance of 7009.64 as Powell, E. A. Sapp, Thornton ing.The

system was readily ob- determination a large into amountof -capped their visit by purchas- farming," he explained,* "but [Continued on Page Six] son, Ga. after they had rob- compared to a balance of. Johns, H. A. Lawson, W. E. clerk reminded the

served In the rapid growth in 'living! for his family.a profitable --'r bed a drug store in Albany. $42,454 on June 30, 1959. Lawson, and Rodney P. Hall. council that every city employee

the plant bed when At the time of Gasque's mur-
compared except himself
His >only source of income, Willis said the board adhered has"gotten
with other varieties. The deep der, Addison had escaped a raise'recently
is what he earns on his small to legal requirements and Continue and
root system also paid off during farm about three miles from i from a South Florida prison good business. practices gen- Crops said he blames the delinquent
the excessively dry weather 6 camp where he was serving a bills controversy for the fact
Hampton In the southeast sec- ., erally were followed.In .
' of April and May. Eddie Allen ;.. 7% year sentence for break- "How much did
tion of Bradford
County, and critical
#-. L a vein, Willis YieldThe
'of Hampton is another ing and entering. He was also Bumper
r his, "family" consists of his ,,,, said that insurance coverageon pay when you took office -
under a four-year sentencefor "
who believes he would
wife, 10 children ? Chairman J. D.
28 cows, the buildings was considerably Doyle
have lost a good portion of three dogs, a pet crow, and a burglary. under the 90 per cent 1962 growing season is quickly snapped at Edwards
his tobacco to the drought if Pavlas released from
hawk his boys hope to con- co-Insurance requirements of continuing with bumper yields, same thing it pays
it had been one of the older
varieties.In vert into a pet. .xr prison in 1960 after serving a $1,627,200 and that the work- following on the heels of a ,now-$5,000," the clerk re

" If all these facts along with six-year sentence for armed I', record $300,000" strawberrycrop. plied.

experimental plots dur- some statistics on the current robbery. Both men have lengthy -I "All right, you knew how
ing the testing period, Florida trend of American agriculturewere Lake much it would then
pay ,
FBI records for various Butler Peas rolled through the
22 consistently made higher "
tossed didn't
into an electrical Starke Farmer's Market dur- you? the chairman
yields than other varieties computer, the machine offenses. [
would Man Beaten ing the past week ending June Continued on Page Six
grown in Florida. Similar probably answer that it is im-
16 to the tune of 1,312 bushels
tests were also made in North possible for Meng to earn a liv-

Carolina, South Carolina, ing for his family his ani- a itp Negroes JailedIn In StarkeA single which week grossed total 209920.surpassed The the:I City-Wide Sale

Georgia, and .Virginia. mals and pets in this day of
entire for last year which
Davis, however is holdingto "declining agriculture." crop i Prices Drop
Lake Butler' man, BoydLee grossed 201725.
a conservative "show me" But Meng is a rugged Individualist I { A StabbingFour 25, was mauled by threeStarke Corn, egg plant, squash and I
attitude when it to Next
comes predicting who apparently Week
sees men last Saturday afternoon cucumbers were non-existant at!
yield. 1 can tell you little I i
connection between him-
according to Police the market during the season
more about that when I get self and the present trend of Starke, Negro men In StarkeYour
Chief William F. Rosser. ending June 30, 1961. This sea-
through cropping It," he declares have been placed in the Brad-
American agriculture. Not Lee Bradford
on- was treated at the son however they're moving,
adding .that the new, ly is he making good ford County JaU'under $2,500
a livingon
County Hospital for facial corn and cucumbers particulary.!
variety will have to "go some"to bond each in the dollars will go farther
his farm ; stabbing of
but his assets
i cuts and braises and released Corn with 2,082 bushels gross-! than
beat the 1,800 pounds per have increased f'I' another 18-year-old Negro, according ever next weekin
each year almost ,t I' 1 the chief said yester- ing $4,101.54 and cucumbers; Starke.
acre he produced last year to Police Chief Wit I I
as rapidly as his family day. The fracas was Initiatedby I with 1,321 bushels totalling Merchants of
with Hicks Broad Leaf. : liam F. Rosser. Starke be
a happy, energetic brood the three Starke men in 2470.21 were strong mm6d1-1 tan this week
The leaf Florida 22 tearing
on that ranges in from five Chester A. Crum Jr.
age was Russ' Bar on East Madison ties at the market for past down price tars
months to 14 years. ----. taken to the University of Street about 5 pm. he said. week. merchandise to on some

ANNUAL Family Is Happy Mr. and Airs. Pan Meng and heir 10 Children t Florida Medical Center In According to Rosser, there Peppers, a strong item last I them next week replace with

Meng's family is so happy, critical condition Monday after was no apparent reason for year grossing 26191.15, aver.I marked down prices. Newly
ZINNIA apparently, that even the being stabbecT( twice, puncturing the attack on Lee except that aged out at $2.41 per bushel arrived merchandise

crows refuse to leave the atmosphere his lung, and a third the Starke men "were j just Sales of peppers for last week I too in some eases being
% The children's pet time cutting the left, side of trying to be tough." The three alone grossed $5,281 with the reduced.
SHOW crow followed them to his head and ear, Rosser said. to $3.62 I
school Starke men involved were Tim L average soaring per I Reason for the activity
until Meng clipped its wings Admitting the actual stab- Crawford, and Randolph and bushel, up 50 per cent over last!I is the "Cash on the Bar-

Bradford County after the principal complainedthat .: bing is Paul Youngblood, 18- Rudolph Crews, all between [year. I relT sales event to be

Courthouse students paid more attention : year-old Negro, but three oth- 19 and 23, the chief said. Strongest per bushel averageprice j stared next Friday and
to the crow than their er young Negroes, Willie James -
All three were convicted In is currently being brought, Saturday June 29-30,
Fri, June 22 work.. The crow found the Lewis, James Williams, and Mayor's Court Monday of disorderly by butter beans. Some 216 when pa.rt1elpatln&&tores

1:00 to 5:30 PJU way to" school one morning Joe Murphy, were also involved I conduct by fighting bushels brought $961.20 for an: will carry window signs
when 'Mrs. Meng drove the in the fracas, the chief j of for the weekending I
Sponsored By r .,. and sentenced to 10 days or I average designating them as soeh.
'Bradford children in the family car stated. All four are charged fines of $52.50 each. Randolph June 16. I I Lower prices than'eye!'

County after they had missed the bus. si. with assault with a deadly Crews was also found guiltyof Starke Market totals for the will prevail in the stowg

Home DemonstrationClubs Thereafter the crow would weapon with Intent to commit disorderly conduct by use week ending June 16 are as follows -: and Telegraph readers are

wait until the children had murder. of profane and indecent lan : I urged to watch for the an

boarded' the bus. and then W.-;! s i'. ;14j ____ Cram's.condition late Tues- guage and Rudolph was also Item Bus. Gross Ave.' nooncezaent of new pricesin

InvitedREFRESHMENTS beat them, to school. day was described as "fair. found guilty of disorderly con Cukes 1,321 $2,470.21 1.871 next week's Telegraph.An .

At his home this week, He was given a 50-50 chanceof duct by threatening to inflict Peppers 1,459 5,281.58 3.62 additional discountof

Meng explained that he became ;,: surviving when he entered bodily harm. Both drew adds Corn 2,082 4,101.54: 1.97; 19 per cent will be offered

-. a Bradford County farmer s t the medical center Monday tional sentences of $27.50 fin- Peas 1,312 2,099.20 1.60; on an advertised

through one of those night, however. es each of five days In jail j Squash 80 160.00 2.00: items when customers prefer

This Space Contributed I strange twists of. fate that a According to Rosser the according to Rosser E-Plant 65 120.25 1.85'I I to pay cash. Credit or

changes the ,entire pattern of t, 1 fight occurred for no appar- B-Beans 216 961.20 4.45 I; y-awa1l *81 continue

Weekly to PublicizeCommunity a man's life. ent reason. It started when Social Security L-Beans 2 6.00 3.00; during the sale as usual

"In 1946," he said, "my Youngblood approached Crum Totals for the entire 1961 sea-! and at usual priees.

Events' by, twin brother; sister, and 'mother outside Mack Lane's Place on A representative of the ,son ending June 30 are as follows Merchants believe the .

came from Toledo, Ohio, ,.d Brownlee Street in Reno and Gainesville Social Security_ of : offerings are timed wen

The Community i to Florida for my sister's unexpectedly slapped him.! fice will be at the courthouse Item Bus. Gross Ave. to allow everyone to have

health. White returning to Youngblood then followed iPeas 1,180 42,017.25 1.705 holiday and summertime
In Starke June 22,
on Friday,
Toledo, my brother and I Crum as he retreated insidethe'Lane's Pepper ld,850 26,19105 2.41 needs filled now, with

State Bank 'stopped by Hampton to visit ____ ___ -: : where the stabbing from 9:30 a. to. for the purpose -B-Beans 263 718.75 1.725 greater savings than ever
with one of my brother's ship-' occurred. Rosser said of conducting social security Tomato 501,50.00 3.00 before.'Julian .

-- mates of World.War n." -or Ir..and..Mrs..Frances bites'and their 8 hildre J business. 'b-Beaa 25 62. 0 2.50 U


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Opening Slated/ Clay Board Votes Sunday

This SaturdayStarke's City Council ChallengesClerk's

f post office force Is Sale In Unincorporated AreasThe

busy this week moving equip-

ment to the newly modernized remodeledand Clay County Commission lowed in their districts. Mar- Story To Paper

completely voted this week to per- vin Green and Luther Wil-
Walnut Street and
building on mit sale of 3.2 beer on Sun- son said they opposed lifting
rM'W& it will be
"in all probability day in the unincorporatedareas the ban in their districts. .
for business this.Satur- --,
open of three of the county'sfive Until Labor Day last year '-p
day," according to Postmaster districts, one of whichis' Sunday sales had been allowed .k Edwards DeniesUndue
G. J. McGriff Jr. -ii@ r
L 7I'1 the Keystone Heights- in Kingsley Lake and Key- Addison Handed

I Floor space in the remodel- Kingsley Lake area. stone Heights. They were

t I ed structure is much greater Other districts in which halted after a campaign last Increase

than in the old building, Mc the Sunday beer ban was lifted summer led by Baptist ministers Life Sentence 4 h1 .A y

Griff said of the $144,440 are the Orange ParkDoctors from: the Green Cove Springsarea. ,

modernization job by Triest Inlet and an area south Moody voted.with. Unpaid Bills

Construction of Keystone I and west of Green Cove Green and Wilson at that Pavlas 35 YearsDeWitt I I ,
Heights. The working area Springs. time to halt Sunday sales. !
Basil Davis And Son View Florida 22 has been at least' doubled, he The 'action will be effective In other business, the Clay t-; : --S jrT Sill city council,

said, and the lobby has been Sunday with sale hours set board agreed to request the Addison, 33-year-1 meeting Tuesday night in

Developed At UF i made longer. from 7 a. m. to midnight. An State Road Department to old Lake Butler native, was regular session, challenged

/ Features of. the modern exception was made in the lend the county $12,000 to acquire sentenced Monday to life imprisonment : statements by City Clerk

structure include complete air Orange Park-Doctors Inlet right of way for widening for the murder Merrill Edwards which

Growers Watch New VarietyOf conditioning and flourescent area, where beer can be sold and repaving five milesof 'last October of State Trooper .r e were published in the June

lighting, over 300' new boxes on Sunday in packages only SR 16 west of Penney Edwin Gasque in a wooded i 8 issue of the Gainesville

for rent Tfrom 669 to 979, for off-premises consumption. Farms. area near Baldwin. Daily Sin

Tobacco Planted This YearThe and a change from key to Legally, Clay is a dry county Clay County already owes Addison's companion, John aiiAw The councilmen took ex-
I I e ception to statements
but the state doesn't con- the state about $100,000 for -' by
combination locks. Rudolph Pavlas, 46. of Hia-
right of way which is scheduledto ; that two membersof
sider beer with an alcoholic ek tDOYLE"You
leah, drew term of 35
McGriff said the new post I a yearson the board had
be repaid by July 1, 1963 delinquent
watchful of Brad- might not be quite aswide
eyes as content of 3.2 per cent or less a conviction of second degree -
ford County tobacco growers Hicks, but it may producemore office is an asset to Starke as intoxicating. Lifting of the from the county's share of murder. utility bills, and to a state-

are on .a new variety of leaf leaves I just don't and will be a real help for ban does not affect incorp- gasoline taxes. It was pointedout [ ment that utility bills hav
The sentences were passedby not risen
Florida 22 being grown know yet," Davis says. He future growth.Perspiration. orated municipalities. they that Clay will turn back unduly comparedto
commercially for the first pressed a leaf slightly and set their own hours for sales. $50,000 to the Road Depart- Judge A. W. Graessle Jr. I IEDWARDS"I'm \ the amount of increase
in Duval County Circuit Court knew what the the only one''in
time this season. rubbed his fingers together, Prior Commissioner O. J. Murr- ment in unneeded funds for / the city's utility bus -
Monday. job paid. who hasn't gotten a raise.
One of the most enthusiastic remarking about "stickiness"a hee of the Keystone Heights- acquiring right of way fo. ness over the past several
growers of the new var- good indication of quality, To ThursdayNot Kingsley Lake district urged another project.J. Gasque was shot when he years.

iety is Basil Davis of Graham and also that the leaf will OfficialIf that Sunday sales be restoredin flushed Addison and" Pavlas i Bradford School System Given Exception was also takento

who is pleased with the way hold its own weight-wise at his district.because of the M. Edwards Jr. hiding behind palmetto Edwards' statement In the
clump, during a massive man- \7'. Gainesville that the
his Florida 22 came throughthe the warehouse. been hot till large, number of persons who paper
severe spring drought due Information on Florida 22 you've up seek recreation at the lakes Named MemberOf hunt that extended from Bald- Fair Rating; By State Auditor i ctuncil, instead of lightening
now, it may be come comfort i win to his duties
Starke. had Imposed extra
to its superior root system. For was presented to a group of during the summer months.He Angus GroupJ. i
unirrigated tobacco, Basil's growers in a meeting at Brooker -. to know that those beady dropsof said people in his district Testimony at the trial A "fair" rating was given men's compensation policy work on his office by cuttingthe

ranks with the best in the last December. AgronomistFred perspiration were strictly favored Sunday sales and he M. Edwards Jr., of Starke brought out the fact that Ad- the financial condition of lapsed during July and .Aug- delinquent period of

county. Clark at the TJF experi- unofficial. felt other board members shouldextend has been 'elected to member, dison fired two shots at the Bradford County's school ,system ust of 1960. If an insurance utility accounts from 20 to 10

Experimental work toward ment station is the man said Although May set new records the-'c urtesy-of lifting ship in the American :'Angus I :31-year-old trooper after Gas Tuesday by State Auditor register had been kept, Willis days.

developing this new variety to be. responsible for and for ,soaring. temperatures. the- Sunday ban in hisdis- Association 'at St. Joseph Mo. que had spotted them and ordered Bryant'Willis. :I said, these deficiencies would Councilman Wayne Douglas
has been in progress at the credited with the release of : trict. them to surrender.One have been apparent and could opened debate early in the

University of Florida experi- Florida 22. S. R. Brothers (reaching 99 on one or two .Chairman Walter Odum He is one of eight breeders,of of the largest man- completed Commenting audit on of a the recently Brad- have been corrected. meeting by stating, "I don't

ment station for more than Agricultural Extension tobacco days-summer) did not .a=rive and :H.; E. Moody supported purebred Aberdeen-Angus in hunts in Florida history was ford Board of Public Instructionfor Willis said that records owe the city a dime, and I

10 years. Florida 22 is a specialist is working closely "officially" until Thursday Murrhee's motion, then ask- Florida elected' to member- touched off by the shootingand the fiscal years ending June were generally well kept. He want that put in the min
'"Hicks type" tobacco posses- [Continued on Page Six] the from Baldwin to noted, however, that during utes," Douglas also toM Ca:
June 22.'The ed that Sunday sales be al- ship during the past month. area 30, 1960 and June 30, 1961
sing several major features desired Starke was alerted. several Willis described the financial the fiscal year 1959-60 receipts wards that if, in the future

by grower and processor days while Addison and Pavlas condition as fair.JIe and expenditures were he made similar statements!

Important among these Bradford Farmer Uses Determination And Soil were hiding out. They broke 'noted that then was a not posted and monthly finan- concerning councilmen that

are disease resistance leaf t ,' into a restaurant on U.S. 301, substantial decrease' in theoperating cial statements, required by he should call names le t hk

slur .number of. 'leaves,,per just "north of Stark taking fund cash balances, State Board of Education regulation cast a shadow over the m I ;rp

stalk! 'yielding ability,, and To Reap Good Living For Wife And 10 Children food and milk. Later they escaped even though the maximum allowable were not prepareduntil board and not Just the i oil-

' chemical constituents. from this area in. ..a millage. was levied on after February I, 1960. ty parties. Councilman Oar

One outstanding characteristic "It's impossible," most folks .overnight visit extended ing a 100-acre farm to go into it was what we both wanted pick-up truck stolen from the; tax rolls. Board members during the Hurst also had a statement

of Florida 22 is its high would say but Paul Meng..41- :dnto 11.,days of .coon hunt- the dairy business.' to do.-Our grandfather,owned home of Ira Wilson, south of I The audit report showed as period covered by the audit identical to Douglas' recorded
resistance to nematode, a microscopic year-old Bradford farmer Starke. They were finally cap- were Dan W. Starling, W. C. in the minutes of the meet-::
County ing, fishing and other fun. Knew Little Farming a dairy in Ohio and we always of June 30, 1961, an operatingfund
soil parasite root- has parlayed 120 acres. Meng and his'brother Francis, "We:knew very little about enjoyed visiting him dur- tured by city police In Daw- balance of $7,009.64 as Powell, E. A. Sapp, Thornton ing.The
knot in tobacco. 'Its superiorroot t. son, Ga. after they had robbed Johns, H. A. Lawson, W. E. clerk reminded
of land and large amount the
a capped their visit by purchas- farming," he explained: "but [Continued on Page Six] compared to a balance of
system was readily .observed -I of determination into a prof- a drug store in Albany.At $42,454 on June 30, 1959. Lawson, and Rodney P. Hall. council that every city employee *

in the rapid growth in itable 'living for his family. the time of Gasque's mur- Willis except himself has

tfie plant bed when comparedwith His i only source of income der, Addison had escaped to legal said the board adhered gotten a nisi recently and
other varieties. The deep is what he earns on his small fr from a South Florida prison good business requirements, Crops Continue said he blames the delinquent

root system also paid off dur- farm about three miles from camp where he was serving a practices gen- bills controversy for the fact.

ing the excessively dry weather, Hampton in the southeast sec- 7% year sentence for breaking erally were followed.In "How much did it, (the clerk's

of April and May. "Eddie Allen -, tion of Bradford County, and '" and entering. He was also a critical vein Willis Bumper YieldThe job] pay when you took office
4r said that insurance
t 'of Hampton is another his "family" consists of his under a four-year sentencefor coverageon ?" Chairman J. D. Doyle

-r grower who believes he would wife, 10 children, 28 cows burglary. the buildings was conSid- quickly snapped at Edwards.
of erably under the 90 cent 1962 growing season is
have lost a good portion per
three dogs, a pet crow, and a Pavlas was released from "The same thing it
his tobacco to the drought if co-Insurance requirements of continuing with bumper yields, pays
hawk his to
boys hope "
it had been one of the older vert into con 4't > prison in 1960 after serving a $1,627,200 and that the work- following on the heels of a now-$5,000, the clerk re
a pet. plied.
sentence for armed I record strawberrycrop.
varieties.In six-year $300,000
If all these facts along with "All right, you knew how
experimental plots durIng robbery. Both have lengthy .
some statistics on the current m.en much it would then
the testing period, Flor- trend of American agriculturewere Lam. t FBI records for various Lake Butler Peas rolled through the didn't' you?" the pay chairman,
ida 22 consistently made higher tossed into electrical Starke Farmer's Market dur-
an offenses. [Continued
on Page
yields than other varieties computer, the machine would t'r r Man Beaten ing the past week ending June Six
16 to the tune of 1,312 bushels
grown in Florida. Similar probably answer that it is im-
also made in North ,, Jailed which grossed $2,099.20. The City-Wide Sale
tests were possible for Meng to earn a liv- Negroes In StarkeA !I
week total surpassed the
Carolina, South Carolina. ing for his family, his ani- J single :

Georgia, and Virginia. mals and pets in this day of b entire crop for last year which i Prices Drop

Davis, however, is holdingto "declining agriculture" In Lake Butler man Boyd grossed 201725. I

a conservative "show me" But Meng is a rugged individualist R. Stabbing Lee 25, was mauled by three Corn, egg plant, squash and i: Next Week

attitude when it comes to predicting -, who apparently sees Starke men last Saturday afternoon cucumbers were non-existant at.

yield. "I can tell you little connection between himself : according to Police the market during the season
about that when I get Four Starke, Negro men i Chief William F. Rosser.I I ending June 30, 1961. This season -i In StarkeYour
more and the present trend of
through cropping it," he declares American agriculture. Not on- have been placed in the Bradford Lee was treated at the Brad- however they're moving,

adding that the new ly is he making a good livingon County JaU'under $2,500 ford County Hospital for facial corn and cucumbers particulary. dollars will go farther -
bond each in the stabbing of
variety will have to "go some"to his farm, but his assets cuts and bruises and released Corn with 2,082 bushels gross- than ever next weekin

beat the 1,800 pounds per. have increased each year almost another 18-year-old Negro, according the chief said yester ing $4,101.54 and cucumbers Starke.
to Police Chief Wil- day. The fracas initiated with 1,321 bushels totalling
was Merchants of
acre he produced last year as rapidly as his family d Starke began -
liam F. Rosser.
with Hicks Broad Leaf. a happy energetic brood by the three Starke men in I$2,470.21 were strong commodities this week tearing
'The leaf Florida 22 Chester A. Crum Jr. was Russ' Bar on East Madison at the market for the past down price tags on some
on that
ranges in age from five
__ __ _____
taken to the University of Street about 5 pm. hf said. week. merchandise to replace
months to 14 y ars.
Florida Medical Center in According to Rosser. there Peppers, a strong item last them next week with
Family Is llaPP1Meng's Mr.\ and Mrs. Paul Meng\ and heir 10 Children
ANNUAL critical condition Monday after was no apparent reason for year grossing $26,191.15, aver-I marked down prices. Newly
is ..
family so happy,
being stabbed'twice( puncturing the attack on Lee except that aged out at $2.41 per bushel. arrived merchandise
apparently, that even the his lung, and a third week
Sales of for last
ZINNIA the Starke men "were just peppers too in some eases was be*
crows refuse to leave the atmosphere time cutting the left, side of trying to be tough." The three alone grossed $5,281 with the log reduced.

SHOW ,. The.chlldren's. pet his head and ear, Rosser said. Starke men Involved were Tim. average soaring to $3.62 per Reason for the activity
crow followed them to school)
until Admitting the actual stab- Crawford, and Randolph and bushel, up 50 per cent over last is the "Cash on the Barrel -
Meng clipped its wings
bing is Paul Youngblood. 18- Rudolph Crews, all between year. !" sales event to be
Bradford County after the principal complainedthat "
: yya year-old Negro, but three oth- 19 and 23, the chief said. Strongest per bushel averageprice stated next Friday and
paid more attention t
CourthouseFri. to the crow than their er young Negroes, Willie James All three were convicted InMayor's Is currently being broughtby Saturday Jane30,
: F 'a i .rr Lewis James Williams, and Court Monday of dis- butter beans. Some 216 when participating stores
June 22 work. The found the i
Joe Murphy were also invol- orderly conduct by fighting bushels brought $961.20 for an will carry window signs
way one morning
1:00 to 5:30 P.M when '!.{,rs. Meng drove' the ved in the fracas the chief and sentenced to 10 days or average of $4.45 for the week designating them as cueh.

Sponsored By children m the family car stated. All four are charged I fines of $52.50 each. Randolph ending June 16. Lower prices than ever
Bradford County after they had missed the bus.. with assault with a deadly I Crews was also found guilty Starke Market totals for the will prevail; In the stone

Home DemonstrationClubs Thereafter the crow would weapon' with intent to com- of disorderly conduct by use week ending June 16 are as fol- and Telegraph readers are

MiaL 1 1f mit murder. of profane and Indecent Language lows: urged to watch for the announcement *
wait until the children had i!&i I rAV!
boarded the bus and then Cram's.condition late Tues- and Rudolph was also Item Bus. Gross Ave. of new prices

Public InvitedREFRESHMENTS beat'them, to schooLAt day was described as "fair. found guilty of disorderly con- Cukes 1,321 $2,470.21 1.87! in next week's Telegraph.

his home this week He was given a 50-50 chanceof duct by threatening to inflict Peppers 1,459 5,281.58 3.62 An additional discountof

.. surviving when he entered bodily harm. Both drew addi- Corn 2,082 4,101.54 1.97. 19 per cent will be offered -
he became '
Meng explained that } 7-
i Bradford County farm- the medical center Monday tional sentences of $27.50 fin- Peas 1,312 2,099.20 1.60 on all advertised
of those night however. es each of five days in jail Squash 80 160.00 2.00EPla.nt items when customers prefer -
er through one 1
120.25 1.85 to pay cash. Credit or
that ? a According to Rosser the according to Rosser. 65
This Space Contributed strange .twists of fate -
B-Beans 216 96150 4.45 I )layaways. wfll continue
changes the entire pattern of fight occurred for no appar- i
L-Beans 2 6.00 3.00 daring the sale as usual
a man's life ent reason. It started when Social SecurityA !
Weekly to Publicize
and at usual
"In 1M6.he said "my Youngblood approached Crum Totals for the entire 1961 sea- prices.
of the son ending June 30 are as fol- Merchants believe the
Mack Lane's Place on representative
twin brother sister, and mother
Community Events
by came from Toledo Ohio, Brownlee Street in Reno and Gainesville Social Security, of- lows: offerings are timed well
Item Bus. Gross Ave. to allow everyone to haveholiday
unexpectedly slapped him. the courthousein
to Florida for my sister'shealth. fice will be at
The CommunityState i Peas 1,180$2,011.25 1.705 and summertime
Youngblood then followed
While to 22
returning Starke on Friday, June .
Pepper ld,850 26.19L15 2.41 seeds filled now, with
Crum as he retreated insidetheLane's
Toledo. brother and I
my from 9:30 a. m. for the pur- B-Beana 263 716.75 1.725Tomato : greater savings than ever
where the
BankL stabbing
stopped by Hampton to visit
occurred. Rosser said. pose of conducting social security 50 '150.00 3.00 j before.Julian .
with one of my brother's ship
\ 8 business FH>Bean 25 62.50 2.50
mates of World,War XL" Mr.! and His. Frances lIeng'anctheir\ 'Chfldrea i --



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PAGE TWO i. ; ,T
.- .tYJ2I,1963

.tM+ _.W; -J3,f Pliunmer and Mrs. M. L. Boone of Port- Judge T. J. Collins of ,St.
\ Miss Janet Nichols :|8 Bradford FFA I the unit. Levy Canova, Ewell Lawson
daughter, Ida 'iSu. of Salina. land, Oregon and Mrs. Goldie Petersburg was a Sunday visitor I Capt. Bloodworth emphasized P. T. Nolin, Freeman Reg,.,'"

Kansas are visiting Mr. and Bowen of Newton, N. C. are of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Is Complimented I
A. J. Thomas
the close relations exist- ter Sr. Sr. ana
Mrs. M. F. Hazen for several guests of Mr. and MrsV.. R. Smith. At Kitchen Shower I Members Attend ing between National Guard B. T. Thomas.

weeks, and also visiting Mrs. Ferguson for the wedding of Marvin Lawson is confinedin I
units and the communities
Lily :Cone in' Bradford. Coun- their son. Bob, to Miss Mary Bradford County Hospital : Miss Janet Nichols, prospective -State Confab I National Guard
they with
serve many
GLADYS PHQJfE 964-0651 ty Hospital. Agnes Ma \:hews' this Saturday after surgery' last Friday. bride of July 8, :was complimented i. \
., Mr. and Mrs. Edward evening. Sharon Noegel will leave today with a kitchen shower Eight Bradford County FF- units having histories as old i Officer CandidatesSet
-- as the towns. It also -
was pointed
t 1 Schwab and children of Mer- Mrs. Effie Johns has hadas for three weeks visit with and buffet supper Wednesday1 A members attended the State 'I I To Graduate
out that these units have
R y. and Mrs. Leo Hebert Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith ritt Is1and-.are spending: the guests, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth *- her uncle and aunt, :Mr. and night, given by Miss,.Susan FFA convention in Daytona

and, children left Monday fora and family of Daytona Beach coming week with Mrs. Myrtle Frank of Lakeland and Mrs. Jackson Burns in Atlantic Slade at her parent's home Beach last Tuesday through 1 i gone to the relief of citizens
two weeks vacation with spent Sunday with' his mother Friday. June 12-15. with In civil disturbances, and na- I Graduation exercises for the
Anderson.: Miss Martha Holloway ofJacksonvillp. City, N. J. While there they on East Call Street. along
relatives in Hammond and Mrs. Henry O'Hara, and I Advisors Curtis Marlowe and tional emergencies. first class of the Florida Na-
Junius Smith was admitted on Saturday and will visit Washington, D. C., The buffet table in the dining tional Guard's Officer Can-
"Enlistmpnt in Co. B. is an
Alexandria- La, friends here. to Bradford County Hospitalon Mr. and MrsHarlan Smithof I'New York, and Niagara Falls.!I room was covered with Paul HutchmsAtten3ms i i will be
Mr.. and Mrs. Randal a\\ I easy! wav for youn men to diate School held at
Oscar HendriX Mayor and Mrs. : from the Brad-
Sunday with a heart ail Auburndsle 1 on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Slit lace and cutwork cloth, the
:fulfill their military oblipaj ] -. 10 ajn. Sunday on parade
and sons of Statesboro Chitty and children were in Chanter William
ment. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. [ ford were
Deaver / with I!
Smith and daughter, Shi centered an arrangement Blanding
at Camp
Ga. were visiting her parents, Lakeland, Ga., over the week- Carter.: Wayne demons] Ronald j tions while pursuing their civilian ground
Merle Grider of Fernandina of Brunswick, Ga. and Mrs.
Thursday to Saturday at of pink snapdragons around;]
Mr. and Mrs. J. .P. Dill last end visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. sppnt Saturday to Tuesday Cha'rlie Fiveash and children spent Williams and Carl Beck careers." CaDt. Blood- Maj. Gen Henry W. McMu-
.: i Miami Beach. !which were nosegays of pink! General of Floi
week. worth said. "Prior service per- lan Adjutant
F. Chitty. with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gri- of Kingston, N. C. were Sunday rose buds, and extending from!| and from the Starke Chanter\
Mrs.. Trixie Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. AdkinsJr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards!I Henry. Harrell. Louie Johns. sonnel can add to their rank, ida, will be-the main speakei
: of Mr. and Mrs.
the to the sides
I centerpiece
daughter Miss Gail Duncanof der.Mr. spent the weekend at Daytona ; !' retirement credits. and spe- 25 Guardsmen aie
and children of Gainesville and Mrs. Flnvr L. C. H. Nasworthy. I of the table were long pink j Glen Sapp, and Larry Red- Around
Gaihesyffle, were Sunday two weeks 'Beach. cialty traiI ng. and all can to receive' diploma:
are spending expected
Johns and sons oftAoo Mrs. R. N. Car \t'l'll of Way- satin streamers. The guests ate| dish. "
visitors !1*&rt: 'and :Mrs: K. at the' Adkins summer homeon Beach were weekend guests of cross Ga.. Mrs. Billy Burbarik\ Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort on the terrace, where mixed 1 I Five BHS FFA members earn extra money through Sunday making them eligible
G. Duncan.ioo- Lauderdale is spending several I membershin in N a t i onal commissioned later
Lake. to be as
Kingsley Harry Iiooer. Gpne Edwards,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. and\ sons of Fernandina garden flowers in the background -i
Miss Carlisle of Miami Noll- with her parents Mr. andMrs. I I Guard units." he added. I in the National
Audrey Mr. and Mrs. W. T. TheY left Mondav for the Beach. and Mrs. B. R. Quinn days lent a charming air| Henrv Harrell William Car- second lieutenants -

is 'visiting her mother,, man were in Jacksonville Sun- mountains of North Carolina. and family of Inverness were J. S. Sapp and family. 'I to the setting. Terrace candles j iter. and Louie' Johns. received II An open invitation is extended !. Guard or componentof

Mrs. Ruth 'Carlisle: this week.,' day to attend the Golden Wedding where they will spend a weekof weekend guests of their mother Mrs. Laura Paterson of Bar- were used for the effective I the State Farmer Degree. to all those who are the US. Army Reserve.Sunday's .

Mr. and Mr : TMclc Sieffer- anniversary of Mr. and tow is visiting her son and 1 at i! interested in talking this matter ceremony will climax -
their vacation.Mr. Mrs. M. W. Lance. Also lighting atmosphere. In the It was also announced
man of Tampa spent the Mrs.; S. O'Neal Hutcheson in family, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. 1 i over. and further information two weeks of
and Mrs. Hugh Ingram spending three weeks with I living room a handsome arrangement -! the convention that Wavne the final .
weekend with Mr. and 'Mrs. the garden of the JackSonville 1 Paterson, for two weeks. Next\ : can be secured from Capt. for the first OCS
the Bradford
and sons, and Mrs. Carrie In- Mrs. Lance is her soninlawand I. of asters, snapdragons -I Stalnaker won training
Merritt Wilnams.$. Woman's Club. Mrs. Noll- gram'are movin to 1724 Dora daughter, Mr. and Mrs. week the Patersons will also' and lilies in shades of I County Soil and Water Conservation !I Bloodworth at th courthouse class which started last sum-
MrS,g M.- Davis and Mrs. stood in the receivingline have Mrs. Ted Willis:'I I j in Starke. or CWO Albert
man as guests consists ot
street, Tallahassee this week- John P. Vescovo and daugh- ,pink, white, and lavender was i Award. Harrv Loner mer. The course
John Mizon and children: as she'did 50 years ago I I ter Vicki, of Metarie, La.I. and children of Mt. View, N. J.' used. I the Bradford County.1 I Foster at the Camp Blanding two weeks of training durins

were,in Archer over the week when' she was maid-of-honor end.Chace Hardy is spending I H. Hazen of Titusville Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Simmons The hostess was assisted by! Farm Electrification Award: !j armory. two consecutive summers, and

end visiting Mrs. P. E. Stone' hr the couple's wedding which several weeks 'with hisuncle visited his sister, Mrs. A. E. .and Mrs. Beulah Saxon of Rich- her mother, :Mrs. T. H. Slade I and Wayne Stalnaker also ; several weekends during the

and .Miss. Mamie Anderson.: was, "held in Atlanta, Ga': and aunt,'Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKinney, on Sunday.Mr. mond, Va. were Monday to Wed- and her sister, Mrs. Charles I! won the Bradford: County !M I Charlie!! Powell f fall and winter.
Mrs. J. W. Lee! of Atlanta, Mrs. Elbert Erie Thornton, Ii*iA'J ,
Ga Stokes, at Crescent Beach. and Mrs. Ernie Lobb nesday guests of Mrs. Bertha Sawyer. During the evening' Farm Mechanics Award. Loner V f The second OCS class, numbering -
: is visiting' her grandsonand who 'is a'Junior at the Uni- Frankie HardY Is visiting'his and daughter of Aurora, IlL, Pearce. Mrs. Pearce also has Irs. Sawyer read a poem on! received a $25 bond from :(I,Services Set 66 candidates is also

family Mr. and. Mrs. Jimmy \'ersity.of Florida, will attend cousin. ;Hague Bryan, in and Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Down- as guest this week her sister, How to Preserve a Husband."! the Florida Power and Light I .., r }. -' k at Blanding, completing the

Chasteen. the summer session.Mr. Gainesville for several Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Lake Comoanv arid Stalnaker a $25 ,For
Charjie I owen entered the days. ing of Lake Cityere Tues I Thirty-six guests were invited: FridayFuneral first two weeks of summer
and Mrs. L. A. Wynn
: Misses Joalyce Graham and day afternoon visitors of Mr. City. bond from the Ford Tractor j
to attend this affair.
II. lot JP. summer session 'on I
had as guests over the week- Pat Loudon of Gainesville were and Mrs. David Montgomery.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Rice of 1 Company for the farm me- \, invited to attend -
'Monday sched- is
on a Fellowship from services are The public
end Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wil-
home for the weekend. and Mrs. Roy Holm of Melbourne: Beach are visitingher chanics award. i uled at 11 for Sunday
Friday a. m ceremonies
the National Science Founda- N6rth Farewell the
liamson and sons of I Mrs. C. D. Williams Mrs. of Mrs. Gilliard this Party i
Tampa were Sunday guests mother, Both the Starke and Brad-1! Charlie J. Powell, lifelong resident morning.

tion.Mr.. Carolina, relatives of Mrs. L. G. Green, and Mrs. 'Hen Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson. week.,,.. 1 Given In HonorOf ford FFA Chapters received 11 of Starke, who died ina

and' Mrs. Thomas Crawford Wynn. rietta Hunt visited Mrs. D. J. Miss Jean Mundy is work- Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shallerof superior ratings, the highest
and daughter 'of Jacksonville Jimmy Lawson was visiting Clark and Mrs. Recreation Marie, de ArceMiss I 1 hospital here Wednesday 'Bradford Gets
Billy Dealingin ing for the City Starke and Col. and Mrs. possible score, at the conven- extended illness.
following an I
spent the' weekend relatives in Orlando 'and Au- .
Jacksonville Monday. Department in Miami this 'John Beidler and daughter, tion. in the Belated Rain
with hI&, mother, 'Mrs: E. L. burndale from Friday to Mon- Marie de Arce, who is I 'I. Services will be held: I
: : Ricardo Flowes of Santa summer. Ann, of Keystone Heights, visit- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Crawford. going to Miami for the i
Clara Cuba is visiting Rev. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert ed Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Wester summer B Home and burial will followin Belated rain is making up
SP-4 Bud Lawson of Fort to work with the ;Company I
Mrs. Marcus P." Brown 'Jr. and Mrs. Luis de Arce 'and of Lake City, and Mr. and I in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. Cuban Crosby Lake Cemetery with for lost time, with an averageof
and' son, :Craig, of Independence Meyer, Arlington Va. was William Bell of Baldwin refugees, was given a supper
family. Mrs. New- \ falling in
W. inches
:Mrs. E. officiat
: and W. 4
Has Rev. M. Dunagan over
l ,- ''Ia are visiting Mrs..M. home from Thursday to Wed- Sunday visitors of Mr. and slumber party last Friday I OpeningsCo. .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grau- were comb of Orlando were visitingMr. ing. the county during the weekending
3F.: Brown this' week. Dr. nesday. night by 18 classmates !
do nentertained at a hamburger and Mrs. David Montgomery. I and Mrs. G. S. Newcombover I Born in Starke, Mr. Powell
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson from BHS at the home of morning. New
:Brown"will\ join his family Airman John M. Miller left : B, 748th Ordnance Battalion Monday
fry for the weekend.
4his weekend for the coming and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wednesday night last Friday for his new stationin :Miss Dee Hardenbergh at :i Florida National was a retired carpenter, a River tower reported 3.40 inches -
15 friends of the Graudon Madison
Mrs. W. N. North has returned I member of the
:weekj! Jordan and families of Lake- children.Mr. Sacramento, Calif. Mrs. Miller from a month's visit Keystone Heights. I II I Guard, whose armory is located I Stieeet Baptist Church. a veteran I' Louis Hill [Highland]
land the weekend with I
Dr. H. G. spent and their son, Kevin, will The girls Miss de'I on the parade field at '
Bolllnger presented
spoke their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mack Futch with her son, Airman Bill North i iI I I I of World War I, and a' 3.50, and Santa Fe led the
lor the Gideons 1n join him early next month. Arce with necklace Camp Blanding, has several
the Tope a as a
: H.,A. Lawson. made. a business trip to Tal- at Chanute Field, Rantoul Ill. member of the Woodmen county with 5.10 inches.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patrick I ,
Luther Church' In- Palatk parting gift. openings in its ranks,
lahassee last her sister Mrs. T. I the World.
and and with ,
on Sunday. \ty Mrs. L. H. Jennings and Wednesday. and children of West Floridaare .ing to Capt. James Blood- The heavy rains held woods>
Thursday. H. Womack, in Nashville, Tenn I He was the grandson of Dr.
son, Harlan, are spending the spending this week with her unit commander.Co. fires to a minimum, with only -
'James .Watson of BPW Meets worth. North Carolina .
!" Detroit,j I weekend with her son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Garner mother, Mrs..Gladys Weldon. :Miss Lois: Kaufmann is.spending Tonight A. M. Powell of -
tItii.l : is 'ytshnr! his brother- .. B will offer physicaland and a nephew of Dr. Tate I one fire and two acres
[ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.E. ,and family, and Mr,,and Mrs. David and Rachel Williamsare I the summer with her aunt '
hlawand sister, 'Mr. and, The BPW Club will meet to- educational examinationsto :, Powell who practiced medicine i burned during the past week
\ G, Kuschel and son in' James Robinson of Roanoke visiting their uncle and, and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Andy
4Ms'C.E: Beam, and nieces,' night (Thursday) at 8 o'clockat all men interested in join- | in Starke many years
[ Charleston, S.C. Rapids, N. C. were Sundayto aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon I Graff in Griffith, Ind. and Mr. Since January 1 there have
Mrs. the home of Mrs. Pauline the unit, Blood- I
ing Capt.
Penoyer, and I' Mr. and Mrs. John D. An- Tuesday guests of Mr. and Williams, in Ashburn, Ga. for, and Mrs..Jack Redlin in Chica- ago. been 149 fires with 1,166 aoi
Mrs. Thelma Th rnt I Torede at Kingsley Lake. worth said. Young men, 17
'derson and son, John, of Cocoa Mrs. A. F. Garner. several weeks. go, HI. j Surviving are three daughters -i burneda sharp increase
Mr. and Mrs. n.'I the weekend with I through 35, can be enlisted in : Mrs. Mary Lappe of res
spent .
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green .Mrs. E. M. Williams and children Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Corbett
erf indauily CARD OF THANKSWe Guard will be trained I over the 92 fires and 431 acres
the and
;whq Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. and family and Mrs. W. ,G. and her sister, :Miss Audrey ., spent last week with Mr and I I : Starke Mrs. Betty Osgard of
vacationkst % j at Army installations until[ Mrs. > burned in the same period lasti
California and
eek visited San Jose, ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Patter- Stringfellow are spending this Mae Mizell of Brunswick,, Mrs. Joseph Richard. Corbet: wish to take this means I : i
'Mr/and Mrs: G. H: :(Patterson 0' qualified. !' Ruth L. Miller of Denver, ',
'In ; son and son, Jay, of Beaver week at the Stringfellow cottage Ga. spent the weekend at Jekyl]IIn! St. Marys, Ga., and :Mr. and I of expressing our heartfelt ;1 I year.
Weston, Ga. andMr.: : ,aftdMr Falls. Pa. are spending two on Kingsley Lake. Island. appreciation to all those good Co. B is an ordnance unit; : Colorado; one son: George R. I I
,C.: H. ,Cow n in Huntsville. Mrs.! Dewey Davis weeks .with her parents, Mr. people who kindly assistedus ,
Mrs. Fred so
J. Miller and Tom Ritch is in Tampa'from I
Alat. in Blaclcsheaf,. Ga. to its credit and can offer I sisters: Mrs. J. H. Fields ofI ATHLETE'S FOOT
and Mrs. F. H. Kramer. Their ,
\. Mrs. Vivian Edenfield of Per- Wednesday to Sunday visiting, in our sad hour in the '
Mrand Mrs. L. L. Thompson" daughter. Miss Beverly Patterson ry ..,were" Monday visitors of Mr,, and Mrs. R. S. McAteer death of our son, Julian J. a wide range of courses I Starke Mrs. Robert E. Tanner HOW TO TREAT IT-

l. of ckSonv1Ue a'4:.Mrs. : entered the' U. ofF- Mrs|P. D. .Fancher. \, -Regglyand Gray Flynn. Have old Griffis, and for the beautiful including automotive, tracked I 1 of Baldwin and Mrs. Eva Apply hold insUnt-drymr to check it T-4.L c fail r. boriuf Y.u eel, !I.I I.Ntake
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Mary Beddish ofjLawteySvereamong "summer session on Monday! Fs'E'rf: Bell of- Tallafiassee -I I ''Mirttse' SfeVi1f'l vI -fanor tots youan; whkh you" no longtr : floral offerings. May the good I' cooking vehicles;.,.radio weapons, and',of auto.all! kinds parts, !I J 12 Ford grandchildren.of Cocoa, Florida, and. 'I lA minute c'od* sLia then.lentli in :3 S Watcfc d.F.,fc.altk'tkia watc'i

the Sunday"guests'ofMr. : Walter Lord bless and keep every one : replace U. If not plea..d IN ONHOUR. !.
Jennings is home
I was a luncheon guest last Saturday for Aspen, Colo tc) use. Convert them into ca.shnow. L :
who back
: and ,), rs. supply procedures. On-the-job Active pallbearers are your 4Se at any drugitore.
at.Kingsley\ Lake. Baldwin. "I'I I for the summer from Grand Friday of Mr. and Mrs. J. 'T.I attend the Aspen Music School. I Phone 964-3101, and ask of you .- O. O. and Aneda i;training in each of these": asked to meet at the Chapel NOW at
View College, DesMoines la. .
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Miss Matthews, :Mrs. Register j Green Cove Springs.Mrs. I Tomlinson-Harhilton' advantage in decorating points
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Dyal represented Dis- of interest in the home for

Bride-Elect, 1Given( GoingAwayParty trict Three on the State Nomi- Wedding AnnouncedMrs. I the occasion. The party was

Honored At PartiesMiss nating Committee and all mem- i I' held in the Florida room where
Last Week bers attended workshops and Ramona Hamilton and games and refreshments re

Mary Agnes Matthews I!study sessions on various phasesof j. E. Tomlinson were united i enjoyed by the 16 guests.
Mrs. Lennard Register, who, I II the club work. The in marriage Saturday after-! The hostesses presented the
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE &64M51arilyn whose marriage to Bob Fer- ,,, t pa'o I presidentof
guson will be an event of ;{ with her family moved to the National Federation noon at one o'clock at the :: honoree with a footed silver

Saturday night, June 23,, Panama City last Thursday, Miss Katherine Peden of Hop- First Methodist Church be- meat platter as a memento of

at 8 o'clock in the First; was honored at a going-away I kinsville, Ky. was the featured fore members of their1 immed-j the occasion.
Methodist Church, was the! i speaker at the Saturday ban- iate families. Rev. John RJ
inspiration for several lovely'' party Wednesday afternoon of .," k ; quet and installation of offi- Brabham performed the doublering Josh McGriff
> last week. Hostesses were I
parties in 'the past week. | f t1 a nuptials.
a Celebrates
The T. H. Slade home onEt Mrs. J. C. Fogg, Mrs. Richard cers.The local club received Attending the wedding I

Call Street was the set- Richards, Mrs. George Roberts tional citation for ana-I were the bride's four child BirthdayJosh

ting for a beautiful tea Wed- and Mrs. Lewis Irby. of its membership during the ren, her aunt, Mrs. Lila Shaw I
nesday afternoon of last week The party was held at the L li a.1 Y past :year. of Alachua, and Mr. and i McGriff celebrated his

for Miss Matthews, given by Irby home where arrange- I Mrs. Joe P. Tomlinson of j first birthday on Saturday

r Mrs. Slade, Mrs. Charles Saw- g gt..:. ." ,. .. ments of summer flowers (Miss Rosenberg Ida Circle Starke, parents of the groom. when his mother, M,.. C J
I II \ ",, [I Darby I McGriff Jr., a party tot
Adams gave
yer, Mrs. Herlong H. !! ,r. $4rd.i were used in decorating. The Elected Secretary I' The couple is residing at
I/ "4 and Mrs. Kaspar G. Duncan. f refreshment table was cover ,Meets Tuesday 1215 Pratt Street. I him and 12 friends.A .

r:rt:: / ,. itd Sophisticated arrangements'i\ .'\" ,:' ,::t.' '. -_.._ .-- ed with a pink linen cloth and |0f Florida fiPW :At Flume Home II I pink and green color
k of summer flowers were used in 00'\4\ centered with an arrangementof Mrs. Era Wasdin I scheme was carried out in the

the party rooms for this oc- Linda Thomas I pink gladioli and crepe I :Miss Della Rosenberg was reelected -I Ida Darby Circle of the First party decorations. The re

casion. An outstanding arrangement Told msrtle. The punch bowl at I 1 recording secretary of Baptist Church met Tuesday at Honored At Party j freshment table held a punch
; of double Cali- Engagement one end of,the table was sur- the Florida Federation of BPW',I 2:30 o'clock at the home of bowl of pink lemonade and

,. fornia daisies and other blossoms I To Calvin PaceMr. rounded by ivy and trays and Clubs at its annual conventionheld :Mrs. F. F. Flume. Mrs.\ Garl Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs. I pink and green iced cakes

in shades of white and 4 compotes held pastries. nuts, last week in :Miami Beach. Mathews presented the program Morris Carter entertained at I and animal crackers were

d < pink was used IA the living I and Mrs. W. D. Thomas i i iI and mints. .The Starke Club was also rep- on "Being Christian in Human a delightful "get-acquainted",i served.
;. .- room, while birds-of-paradise announce the engagement and i I I The hostesses and neighbor- resented by its president, Mrs.. Relationships," and was as- party last Friday evening at Josh's father took movies
ii( and day lilies in shades of approaching marriage of their i i hood friends: presented the I Bea" Farber, and members, Mrs. sisted by Mrs. L. G. Powell and the home of the latter honor- : during the party hours.

yellow and orange were featured -" daughter, Linda Paulette, to i, honoree with an electric toas- ,:Mildred Doyle, Mrs. Desta Dyal,i Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Refreshments ;ing Mrs. Era Wasdin. !j I Mrs. McGriff was assistedby

T TG in the den. On the terrace Thomas Calvin Pace, son of ter as a farewell gift. I and Mrs. Dorothy Milberger of i were served by the hostess -' Colorful zinnias and mixed' Mrs. McGriff Sr., and Gil-
T ve where punch was served I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace of summer flowers were used to'' da Graham.
from a table covered with a the State Farm. .
cutwork cloth, were mixed arrangements The wedding will be an eventof 1

of summer flow- Friday' night, August 24, at I STARKE BROOKER GRAHAM LAWTEY KEYSTONE
Shannon Weds Dean Blackwell 8 o'clock in the Madison ,!I e .
tea table in the dining Street Baptist Church i n
June 8 Ceremony McIntyre Home room was covered with an Starke. A reception will beheld i

imported cutwork cloth, and immediately after, the '
liss Marilyn Shannon, linen cloth. The punch bowl,
centered with a silver footed ceremony in the Starke Wo-
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Rosurrounded by greenery was bowl in which was placed a man's Club. Motors
t Shannon Sr of Starke, erwillegar
placed in the center of then silver compote holding an arrangement Miss Thomas graduatedfrom
ame the bride. of Donhie table, and the three-tiered wedding of pink rosebudsand Bradford County High rnyj

Blackwell, son of Mr. and cake, topped by a miniature white stock, interspersedwith School in June and is now em-
Donnie Blackwell, also of bride and groom, stood leather leaf fern. From ployed by Bradford Building =
rke, Friday afternoon, June .
in the compotewere
at the left end. the blossoms Supply.

he t 5:30 marriage o'clock took place at After the reception, the cou showers of narrow baby: Mr. Pace graduated from We Service What We Sell"tei
pink satin ribbons attached to '
home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Ro- pIe left for a three-day wedding knots. BHS in 1959, and is employed fa
pearl hearts and bow at the Florida State Pri-
to South Florida.
McIntire in Club trip
Country All appointments on the table < .
ates with Rev. Bob Badgett The bride and groom both] son.No
were of silver. The buffet invitations are being >
the First Christian Church graduated from Bradford Coun I
was graced with two silver sent locally, but all friends "
ciating. ty High School. They are re candelabra holding sweet pink and relatives of the couple are ".. 1.1..i.
ttending the ceremony werenbers siding now at 204 West Adkins r : 1..: .i. :
tapers. invited to attend the weddingand : : .
of the immediate famStreet in Starke. Guests were greeted at the reception afterwards. 4r :
of the couple, and a few
door by Mrs. Adams and pre-
e friends. Lady Golfers sented to the receiving line Frances LandrumIs
he bride, given in marriage
composed of the honoree, her
her parents, wore a street Matthews, RecipientOf
Set Tournament mother, Mrs. E. L.
rth dress of brocade. Her and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson, mo- Bridal PartiesMiss LLI ':. :J:
1 t: veil was attached to a '
The Starke Lady's Golf Association ther of the bridegroom-to-be. Z fflL&I
e white head-band and she .
white is sponsoring a nine Presiding at 'the silver cof- Frances Landrum, f, & f" :
a of
corsage carna
t. hole mixed two-ball tournament I fee service were Mrs. J. A. whose marriage to Linton & .r
fter the on July 4. The entry fee 1 Budd Jr. Jacksonville. and Taylor Jr. will be solemnized : :

was held wedding in the a Mclntire recep- is $1 per person. July 1st is !, Miss Shi Ann Smith. Serving Saturday night, July 7, at 8 er ;
the deadline for entering. punch were Mrs. John M. Mil- zJ 1
e. The bride's table, placed !I o'clock in the First Baptist i
he dining room, was cover- A covered dish supper will, ler, and Miss Frances and I Church, has been honored at % I .-
in serving KI
with a white and yellow follow the tournament.. rum. Assisting I several parties in the pastY m
caring for the guests were' :s
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. C. :, On ec. Friday, .June 15, Miss :' I liSED .:

A. Knight, Mrs. L. A. Davis. Landrum' along with Miss ;
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. J. Mary Lee Bone of, Jacksonville ,

I .Uflat ii nl'.. o' .H. DuPre, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, ; both brides-elect: were : .,
Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs., complimented at a' delightful I r 'L .cly r.ifi

A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. O. r.. Hay- luncheon from one to three 1 = stOTOR}
1- Claude Crowson. _
nes Sr., Mrs. o'clock at the Naval Air Sta* .1 =
Corner Ci11er Mis. Guy Sale' Mrs. T. G. tion Officer's Club, given by 1i i 0 a { *tr
Ritch, Mrs. G. S. Newcomb Mrs. M. T. Crowder. and ; y. I
Mrs. George daughter Miss. Sue Crowder, I _
Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. A. Y. of Jacksonville.The C t n f ft =
Covington, Mrs. Charles Darby long luncheon table was : -
Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Mrs
graced with a centerpiece of .
The Qriental Influence is showing in the new Vernon Silcox, Mrs. J. M. I pink gladioli, asters, mums, : : trw =

arrivals! here this week. Inexpensive items that Vickers Mrs. J. R. Wain- : and shasta daisies., Bridal .
You'll Ion using to add just wright, Mrs. Merrill Struth, placecards decorated with -'
H. M. Richarde, Mrs. ; 0
Mrs. bells marked the
the "touch"' you've been looking wedding -
Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. H. M. -
seating arrangement ,for the I
a for. Baldwin -
Hatcher Jr., Mrs. Logan zo
Delicate oriental figurines for Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr., Mrs. 25 Among guests.those attending this ,
"what nots" and flower arrange- Jim Ritch, and Mrs. Titus
r delightful affair with the
ment" priced from 100. Olson. Assisting in serving on honorees were Mrs. M, H. I

Everyone likes the Jolly Good the terrace were Misses Jane I Williams of Starke mother of

Luck Buddah. Gilt finish. $3.95. Adams, Betsy Matthews Evelyn Miss. Landrum, and Mrs. L. Iic
Vickers, -I
Sinclair A. Taylor Sr., of Jacksonville,

and Joyce Denmark. mother of Mr. Taylor. = .
and fifty
Three hundred
The honorees were presented -
Oriental Bronze Heads, $3.00 a pair and Chinese. guests were invited to call with hob-nail milk glass Tervfillegar Motors Wishes To Announce

Character Letter wall plaques at just $1.23 each.Believe between the appointed hours, vases from their hostesses as e -
4:30: to 6:30: o'clock. .
a memento of the occasion. a
The Appointment Of i
Miss Matthews was the in-
A "coffee" was given for z
Camel Saddle is not onlya spiration for a lovely luncheon
it or not our Miss Landrum on Saturday
most attractive piece of furniture but it is also given Wedne.sday at St. Mark's June 16, from eleven to one :

a most unusual. Those who appreciate the unusual Parish House. Hostesses for o'clock by Mrs. A. L. Bone and i.' ;

will agree. This one, with deep green leather .. Brown the affair Sr., Mrs.were S.Mrs.L. Peek M.Sr.F., daughters, Mary Lee and DMHALE0F :
sells for -10.00. Louise Bone, at their home in
seat, Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., Mrs. Edward Jacksonville.The .
Burns, and Mrs. J. E. =
guests were received at ,
S Wilson, all of Starke, and Mrs. .
Roy Ward of Lake City. the door by Mrs. Bone and line i LAKE BUTLER AS ITS REPRESENTATIVE IN ;g
What man.doesn't enjoy a Barometer. This one An attractive yellow and presented to the receiving

is a beauty in rich mahogany. for $15.95. blue color motif was carried composed of the honoree, her
II mother Mrs. M. H. Williams;
w out in arrangements of hy- and Mrs. L. A. Taylor Sr., I
drangeas, gladioli, and chry :
mother of the bridegroom-
santhemums. The mantel was,;J Lake Butler and Union
elect. County
You won't believe these Pineapplesare banked with magnolia leaves

make believe. It's all you can and centered with a fan-shaped ,. '. Arrangements of mixed

: do to keep from cutting them open. arrangement of the same flow- ,summer- flowers were* placed ..
: To really dress up your fruit arrangement i .atrvantage points throughoutJthe = .

t + last., invest $3.50 while ers.The centered long with dining the same tables yellow were I I occasion.home The for coffee this delightful table in w : : // .You'Live In Union County Check V With '!. ;. =
the dining room was covered :, ." '
and blue blossoms,' and gar-I m
Just arrived, gilt nice size, Comedy .
and Tragedy Masks for' wall lands of ivy extended Bridal down'. with' cloth an imported and centered, lines with outwork .: == ;a ".. ;L- Mr. Hale. At Our Lake Butler Lot Just ._ "' .
tables. '
the length of the .... : "
decor at $2.50 a pair. These can placecards marked the seating an arrangement of pink hy- ... 1 i" : j,. m

be done in any color.From for the 30 guests.A drangeas. Misses ,Mary Lee ; : : .
arrangement ;rt ;
Office Or .
4I rv three course luncheon was and Louise Bone presided at : UJ :. ..;. : Across From The Post By Phone

served. the coffee table. 1ft

The hostesses presented the The hostesses presented the aC
Sweden some'of the best looking Dinnerware honoree with the large platterto honoree with a sugar and, CI: ==-

It's Spisa Rlbb, and most unusual. $8.75 her chosen china patternas I creamer set of hob nan milk in Lake Butler HYatt 6-2591.

for a five piece, place setting. Complete Service a remembrance of this de-I glass as a memento of the

available, lightful occasion. I occasion. : .
Approximately 50 guests at- .

P Mrs. W. E. :Middleton and! tended this delightful affair.

home Shower complete"her"' with with shower. gifts to make her tained Miss luncheon Madge at for a lovely,Miss Middleton Matthews bridesmaids enter-on .Recent Births ;; FOR CARS t:: TRUCKS e

the little thingsshe'll .,11 Tuesday at La :liaison in Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital an

need in giving /flj for east( nounces the following births:
The private dining room was I! :Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. King,

it she'll those always"extras'treasure. IVli1 }SPECIAL, t illuminated hurricane lamps with which candles were in :I June Waldo 17., a daughter Lisa Ann,,: & IN STARK! '\I with Clyde T Tenvillegar ::

t2)) entwined with ivy. The lun- Mr. and :Mrs. Clifton N. Pre-

cheon table was attractive witha I vatt, Starke, a son Cliftor; .

centerpiece of pink gladioli Darren, June 16. : = PHONE 964-3381 206 W. MADISON I;;
white asters and Bells of Ire- Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Crews.

Stop by anytime to browse at The Vagabond land interspersed with fern. ''Starke, a daughter, June 17. -I =
Bridal marked the ,
Corner SOl E. Call StreeVln Bradford Building

Supply. Plenty of free parking on our lot around seating arrangement for the : STARKE BROOKER GRAHAM LAWTEY KEYSTONE.
12 guests. daughter and niece with tw< *
the corner. The hostesses presented the '''silver bread and butter plate
'honoree, who ia their grand-. as a memento of the occasion

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Word At The ftioht' i. 'News of Significance in and Around' i :,: Friday OfficeThe

Bradford County. Contributions, Welcome. 1
A. pleasant, and discerning word, This% should serve as a reminder; I' ,, f The annual Zinnia Show, UJ3. Post Office Department
spoken at the right time to ''the right that every local citizen, no matter.what tBumper I sponsored by the Home Dem- is seeking competitive -

person, can bear rich fruit. his job, can have a part in business and CropsPuffing onstration Clubs of Bradford bids for an improved

Just how big the pay-off for courtesy industrial expansion by extending : :j County, will be held Friday I building to house its postal

can be was related recently to the courtesy and showing interest to every Cash [ afternoon June 22, in the \ operation at Raiford.

Panama City Chamber of Commerce's visitor and customer, no matter how I front hall of the county court- Under the department's con-
struction a contract
In CirculationThings I
Committee of 100. The speaker related unimpressive he may appear or act. FLRSALt house. The show will be open i will be awarded to the bidder
how he and his wife were traveling ,It should keep us alert to 'the fact, in'' :, to the public from 1 to 5:30: who designates a building

through the West Florida area a yearor that new industry development is the R are looking up : p.m. I suitable to the needs and
so -ago and had trouble ,with their task of everyone in the community. 1jp Bradford county and the en- I I Although Zinnias will pre ;:I agrees to improve it [tor provide -

.. .car They stopped at a garage and -be- Waitresses in our restaurants, service tire business area. I dominate in the exhibits, a new building] accord-
Crops are bumper, retail
gait talking to the sales manager while station attendants, and all others who sales well :.K.e.ys other cut flowers and potted ing to departmental specifica-
are up over a year ::
I plants will also be on display.
the car was being fixed. are inconstant contact with the public.At I .I tions, and then rent it to the
ago and new construction continues \ M Y
There will also be educational
Upon learning the visitor's business the_ time of this incident, the, at a merry pace. exhibits and bulletins for dis- department for a basic periodof
j' fixed term, with
the garage man suggested that he go, visitor, to Panama City was on his way I Vegetables passing throughthe Red Hollingsworth, tribution. two five two-year years renewal options
across the.street to meet the president to look at several communities in Northeast Starke Market totalled I : Non-members may enter Bidding documents may be

of trie l jocal. 1 b nk. The,president of the Florida as a possible location for I i over $15,000 the past week I I HAS BEARD potted plants or specimen obtained from W. P- Selcer

bank,.ty turn, took: the visitor on 2.. hjs plant. But he never made it there, z with gross sales for the one I blossoms but the arrange Jr., Regional Real Estate Of-
tour 01 the c community, pointing out settling instead in Panama City because week entire surpassing 1961 totals in for some the WILL FIDDLE ments division is limited to'' fleer P.O. Box 4964, Jackson-

advantages and available plant sites....:.. of. the alertness of a garage service commodities. season Season totals I members only. Ribbons and ville. He will supply bidding

with the final result' that a new indus- manager, and the availability of a I! when June 30 arrives are expected I I "Beards aren't just for Cen rosettes will be awarded to foims, specifications, rept provisions -

try i is no assured.for.Panama City.' busy bank president. I -- to reflect an over-all tennials." the winners. and other Information. -
bumper crop, notwishstandingthe I' That is the opinion of Red The public is cordially invited Bids, must be submittedto
Do You Hanker To Kill AnOrganizationHere's I In Spite Of Statistics, Dyer :May drought. Hollingsworth, Lake Butler to attend the show. Refreshments the Real Estate Officer by

a On the business front retail I garage man and old-time I will be served. June 25.
..' ,.. Says Mules Are Here To Stay sales climbed 25 per cent I "fiddling king." -
How : .. ? over last year for the monthof I Red and his beard have r
.; According to government :has -small number of hogs May., Bradford county mer-j gone through three Centennials A
-: ,The National Management Association up their sleeves to help matters along, Bradford County, Co- 1!
.. statistics, the old_ gray mare and cattle, which he expectsto chants remitted $ t L '
with tongue in cheek, has drawn howl that the association is run by a should be as extinct as the I increase in the future. sales taxes for the month of nials Bradford County, Columbia ':

'. up a l list of ways to kill an organization. clique.. Do-Do bird by now- but the! Several years ago, in pre-! May compared with $12,478.46for County and Baker County--,I _
Excerpts appear below: 8. Don't bother about new members poor old mare and her stubborn -, dicting a gloomy future for May, 1961. The total sur- and he has grown so attachedto
1. Don't come to meetings. let the secretary do it. offspring the mule,1 the horse, one newspaper fea-_ passed business for March of'' it (lor vice versa 1 that now
'. 2. If come late. don't know this so they go'I!ture writer observed: "Or 4 this yearwhen 14262.46 was he wears it all the time.
come, ,
you 9. When a banquet is given tell Red earns his living
as a
right on making themselves many farms these days, the collected.
3. If do attend find fault with jr:7.d
you ,
that mechanic, and his fun
everybody money is being wastedon useful on many Bradford, horse is apt to be merely a Construction payrolls earns
the work of the officers and other blowouts which make by playing [for free] his fiddle -
a big noise County farms. i noble old pensioner kept' on throughout the entire area
members: and accomplish nothing. According to government : the back forty mainly to entertain are also contributing to the at numerous "shindigs"in
4. Never accept an office or committee 10. When figures, the horse and mule; the visiting grand- better times currently exper- and around Union County
appointment, as it is, easier to no banquets are given say population on U.s.' farms is' children." ienced; The Florida Hydro- In the meanwhile, he's
criticize than to,do things. the-association is dead and needs a can dropping steadily. Back in1 i Mr. Dyer would doubtless !carbons $6,000,000 plant being trimming his beard and waiting -

5. Nevertheless, get sore if you tied to it. 1915, it numbered almost 26-a '' take issue with this conclusion constructed near Brooker, ., .for the next pentennial.

are not appointed to some committee. 11. Don't ask for a banquet ticket million. By 1935 it was down, and the number of cus- commercial building in many I NEW PRICE POSTED I
6. If asked by the, chairman to give until all are sold to 16*: million, and ten years' tomers that are attracted by i communities, and highway I Recent Birth ,

your opinions regarding some important 12. Then swear you were cheatedout later the count showed a fur- his "Mules For Sale" sign:, construction jobs all are leaving j After a one cent drop last!]Thursday at his station on
ther drop to around nine mil-,would tend to prove him right.|I an impact on the areas' Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry Wil-
matter, tell him you have nothingto of yours. : right. I I economy. iiams of Starke announce the I Wednesday and Thursday, Highway 100, south of Starke

say. After the meeting, tell everyone ; 13. If asked to sit at the speaker'stable lion.A hundred years ago, 15 pert! Ito i I| birth of a daughter, Karen [prices on regular and economy- Meanwhile, the war has broken -

how things ought to be done._ ,refuse. cent of the energy for the ; e 1 Sue, on June 7 in Alachua |line gas held firm this past out in other localities, including

7. Do no more than is absolutely 14. If you are not asked, resign from nation's farm production was General Hospital. Grandparents 'week, with economy-line still Jacksonville Beach.
necessary, but when other members roll ,the association. supplied by man's own labor; .. are Mr. and Mrs. Carlton I selling at 21.9 cents. I Ii Some operators feel that the
79 per cent by animals; and r# rss 1 Chastain and Mr. and Mrs. i Pictured above is L. K. Childs,I:bottom has not yet been hit,

I HowAvailable Is Poison In Your Home? only. All six together per cent they by machinery. turned-i H. M Williams of Starke. ;who had changed his sign last:I despite the present "armistice"

out only 27 cents worth of
How' are you fixed for poisons in in many cases, so here are a number of products in an hour. i

your THis home is ? precautions that should be kept eyerin By 1946 this had changedto Open 7 Days A Week 6 A. M. TO 10 P. M.
not an idle question, for the mind: four per cent man labor'I

average home has far more deadly If your child swallows somethingthat four per cent animal labor j
poisons around than anyone would and machines were doing 92
think. It is estimated that there are possibly contains poison, call a per cent of the work. This aAFTER

around 250,000 products in home use doctor at once-don't wait for serious : post war combination produced -

today which contain some form of poison. developments. Never transfer poisons .i $1.41 worth of goods an

Most of these serve necessary and from their original, marked containers. hour.More recent figures are not I
desirable functions, of course. But. on Never leave a child alone when you're available but according to

the debit side, some 600,000 children working with cleaners, polishers, and this rapid decline in horsepower ,
manage to poison themselves each year other poisons- and wash contaminated : as shown by statistics,'!

around the house-and about 500 of utensils immediately. Give medicines by 1962 the horse and mule 45 YEARS; ,

these are fatal. only in a lighted room and discard old should be virtually extinct on
These poisons include cleaning and medicines no longer in use. When you Bradford farms, as well as'' ROBERTS STORE CLOSING OUT Open Every Day 6 a. m.10 p. m.HAMBURGER.

polishing agents, detergents, cosmetics, get rid of hazardous materials elsewhere. But surprising as'
put it may seem, mules are still I George W. Roberts and _:Mrs.:I to buy a pound of potato flourto
paint, and a nearly endless list of other them where children can't
reach and
in steady demand for small I Roberts pause for a breather: get a pound of wheat flour;
items.The rummage into them.. jobs around the farm, that after closing their store at: World War H, with its gas
best of all safety precautionsis These are simple rules-but they tractors can't seem to handle. Lawtey last Saturdayforgood. stamps)'and finally the Korean

to. keep these articles under lock and may prevent a terrible illness, or even "Just sold one this morn- Conflict.
key, of course. But that is not practical death to someone in your family. ing," says Joe M. Dyer, who I Mr. Roberts, who has,operated? The store, which is selling

.. L _-_ features a "Mule For Sale" : the business since November out its remaining stock and
Nothing To Be Sniffed At sign on his 140-acre farm on 23, 1916, recalls customers served fixtures, will continue until .
. I
the Brownlee Road [the old'I by him during three wars- July 1 as a payment station

We've been sniffing around a Tobe Norman place]. I World War I, when people had, for Florida Power & Light bills. .
lately joyed its heyday in the 1
royal courts of
A good mule still brings ,i
and have come to the conclusion that 18th Century Europe when lords and around $100, Mr. Dyer says 1 I County Had More Winners FRESH S
thjngs are "up to snuff"-at least they ladies sniffed it gingerly up their pa I' although this is afar cry!I ,
are in the snuff industry, little as you trician noses from jeweled snuff boxes. from what they brought back .
might think. I In Palomino Show .
Then one day somebody discoveredyou 30 or 40 years ago, before POUNDS'&r
They tell us that snuff sales, which could "dip" the snuff, too. Gradual machinery had taken over so
reached, their domestic peak of 43 mil- ly, the old pinch-sniff-sneeze much of farm cultivation. Mr.I It seems that Bradford Rebel Gold took fourth place
lion technique I County had more winners in in the halter division of the .
pounds during the cigarette short- that was in for 200 Dyer recalls a pair of fine .
years was replaced the recent National Palomino stud colt
ages WorUTWar II, now total about mules bringing well over a
by the "modern method" of tuck Horse Show in Ocala than
Mr. Smith is ]
thousand dollars in Missouri especially
$58 million annually. That's lot of ing FRESH GRADE A STEWING
a ,a dip under
the lower lip, between in that pre-traefor era. '" The Telegraph knew about proud of his prizes since these
sniffs or perhaps we should say lip and gum, and allowing it to dissolve "Lots of growers still usea I. last week. horses are "home grown

dips. Even though cigarettes are plen- gradually. mule to plow their tobacco," Since reporting on the hon stock;' born bred, and delivered FRYERS HENSc
tiful enough now, lots of folks who once Among the states that are largest Mr. Dyer says, "after the ors won by horses belongingto right here in Bradford
dipped snuff because they could get users of snuff are North Carolina plants get so big there is not Dr. T. G. Ritch of Starke County. Seminole Queen is a

nothing else, apparently: grew to like South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama room enough to maneuver a:, and Dr. D. M. Christoffers of 14-months-old filly, bred from
the stuff; and sales are holding firm Texas. Florida isn't in the and tractor without doing lots of I Keystone Heights The Tele- Palomino stock on both sides.
atv around 34 million pounds for competition damage. Mules also come in. graph has learned that two This was her first showing.
per year. dipping honors c
Spit-toooo! which is just as handy for plowing small gar-! Palominos, owned by VincentR. Since this was a national
well. There's many a slip between the 11 I den plots where it isn't prac- Smith of Highway 16 Palomino show, it is consid
Believe it or not, snuff has a moreor dip and the lip. Besides-what happen tical to use a tractor and for t [north] also won honors. ered remarkable that four

less"cultural" background and en ed to all our spittoons? fields where there are still Smith's Seminole Queen won horses from Bradford County 29C

,....... 'J>. .......... J. ...... 1 ... lots of stumps in the ground,"I second place in the halter division should have come home with
While hail did some dam.. Mr. Dyer Says. I class and his Seminole honors.
Farmer's age to the tobacco crop the I As for comparative- virtues .
DiaryBy outlook is good for a very I of the mule and the horse,,.r a litter. And when you get"ton" have a chance to do somethingby
a fine yield especiallY from litters you can see a becoming
Mr. Dyer sums it up this members of the
Sam McGarvey plantings which were irrigated. way: "A mule doesn't know' chance to.make. a profit. Fair Association for only $1. i

other Growers hope that heavy anything but work. Some hor-rll .. /' *. .
vegetables right from rains will hold off now until ses will work and some won't. Sam got even with some I BRISKET ALL MEAT
;" i the field provide a treat. Then the I Alice made a birdhouse for
t is harvested for the'Plants "biting" ants this week. In
Some are not fit for anythingbut I
for: dessert blackberries orI already have enough Tiding." j mowing the yard he came to : some, bluebirds which stopped H Hi i STEW S 1 tw
I blueberries, with or without moisture. I j off at 0'3'p BACO.N
cream. i, Mr. Dyer and his wife the | a big nest ,of the pests and ace this week, buti
former Nona Brown of Bradford I pushed the mower right over i the'visitors were unimpressed
F II And S. t I We gathered some Orient County moved to the old I the nest and let ,it roar away j j and failed to move in. The lb. lb.
speaking of tomatoes, pears this to I Ib
there week be sure of Norman place about four there for a few minutes.When I; bluebirds He 29c "c
is are to
a good
crop this season getting
some before
i', the birds years ago after selling out he moved the mower, the top
in the Lawtey area. JayThis and varmints | make nests in holes in fence
aI I, go to work on their grocery and mercantile of the nest was black with the j I ,
is the "eating-est" Eunice is reported to have '.them. The pears were still business in Fort Myers. They excited ants which no doubt posts.
time 'of the year and fresh fine planting and Dave Shu-: hard and green but we'll let have remodelled and addedto i thought that. an early-season I S .

sweet corn, peas butterbeans ford has; in eight different varieties -j j them ripen' on.a windowsill.. one of the houses on the hurricane was in progress. I., Here's an easy way to tell CHUCK ROAST STEAK lb. y A Y 49c
all or
j production his .
squash; tomatoes; onions.,and
'I' farm, making it into an attractive the difference between the
home garden. The watermelon crop_ which___n__ modern' home. Mr.I The big plantings of field weeds and flowers in plantings
Dyer is concentrating on pas corn over at the State Farm
around your home. If the
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ture at the present time and i I had a slow time during the
i I plant in question - - .
ESTABLISHED 1879FLORI drought but when the rains is ,strong and BANANAS LB.

( was delayed by the long I;'I! came the corn shot up quickly vigorous grows bigger day by
Florida's. oMeet weeldj drought is coming into production -1 I and now have tasseled out day and looks hale and hear- I

Newspaper Published OosI now and price is reported I, and make a wonderful picture.I ty pull it up for it's a j .
I - -
tmuoasly Under The Sam to be as high as four I weed. That puny little thing
Matthead cents a pound for good fruit. Congratulations are in order next to it Is your flower. I' .
ASS Of course when GeOrgia'comes to those who worker to 4.
.\ E. L. MATTHEWSEditor ., in then the price will godown collect funds, and those who t And speaking of things I: OPEN -
buwe've i invested in the building fund I PHONE
heard that
and Owner ;I growing fast, the grass ar- 7 DAYS
the drought was severe up i for the Bradford County Fair.'! ound our home is breaking all 969.1083a
SUBSCRIPTION RATESIN there. Last year's show was one of! week _
.. records. Sam mows it, and
: i
ONE YEAR TRAM. AREA. J.OO ONE OUTSIDE YEAR .TRADE. ARIA. ..80 the best but this year the'' thinks now that's done for a''i 6 a. m. to WE STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE GROCERIES J 607 EastBrownlee
Fair should be and bet-I
Six MONTHS 1.71 SIX MONTH 2.00 Some hog raisers are very I while but in a few days the
THa,& MONTH 1.00 THREE MONTH I.Z' much interested in Yorkshir; ter than x.\Jr'un ,,;'1 LAnd doggone stuff is up again and lOp. m. .
PabUk1Facia: Thursday aad Entered as Second OM Matter es. They say sows of that I I he has it to do all over. Whatwe
at the FMt Office at breed make excellent mothers 1 now those of us who, needJs something to KEEP:! Fla. nader Act
of Marc S, 1879
and raise as manyas 12.pigs could,bonds J I our grass from glowing j


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Tuesday, July Sid _\..DTI6.! ? I CHARLES A. PAflDTGierL.
Four Starke Boys Band Boosters Plan Fund Drives II a Hoard of C lUrposef hear in i K complaint* By; Miffin, \.L. Ct-oMi>
Enter Jacksonville. and receding testimony tithe : .f friflJAr Clerk
value qf any property. real HARBY.iL? IKlBRS .
Golf Tournament' I To Send Group To Orange Bowl II r .,r personal; as fixed I hy lhr TusAssessor ,: Attorney for Plaintiff
: for the year 1X2,I:I 241 JactsunTampa. Street : .
I _- against the owner or agent of I FloridaI
Pour Starke boys entered TThe Baritf-B'oosters" Executive Christmas Parade, and centen-I r such! property.CARL j I 621NOTiCE

the i Board met Monday night with, nial celebrations in Columbiaand I PRKVATTChairman
Hyde Park, InvitationalPolf I of Unard of County -
: Tpurnament in Jacksonville (officers from other local civic' Baker counties.In I ::44 'tI Commissioners Bradford I, :\011C'.
| told'I this the band: i 55 Counu'Iori.ta
and three qualified for organizations and were addition to I ,. Attest; i the undersigned.: drsfugt !
championship flights of play they'would receive full cooperatIon -I!has participated in six Chamber'' ..- CHARLES A. DARBYClerk ; fictitious' engage in name business Of: under"\VIHTFHKAfl th

yesterday.. ( in fund raising drives to i of Commerce Christmas pa-i and Auditor : ff1t$4j* -at I'll
(send the band to the Orange,; rades, the Bradford County' I It I I Box 196, Starke, Florida, tliuJCclle ::
Harold Bishop Jr. had the >' Road) iiUCfld,. >, nRitfttlio !
Bowl m Miami'Jlext January li, Centennial, the past four Rotary Lf OF t'OIHl'l.noonH: : said name '"'itn'the <'lel"1.
low, score for the three daytolfrnamnt (said George Kaufmann, Band; Rural-Urban Days, the]I SAM: BV CLIRK: OF of the Circuit Opart of ItraU

of the Starke --i ....., .....-.. CIHCIIT COtKT ford County. Florida.L. .
|Boosters treasurer. :past six Easter Sunrise Services j )A' jII. ItII. VOTH'n: IHFUK P.Y IU\'NX' K. WIUTEHEAl
boys with 238 for 54 holes
I I"Donation of any amount will! parades for the American)f fI jChildren play "Run Squirrel, Run" on the Pratt Street that the undersigned, Charles MUTbANDVIIITEILF: ; \ iJ
first .ierk of the OrruitCourt
and placed sixth in the A Dai by t. 621It 712Want
.. be accepted from any person or,Legion, and five of the six of Bradford County Florida -'
championship Richard "' -- --- -I -- I I Playground.
flight. organization," Kaufmann said, Strawberry Bowl Games. will on the 25 day of June, '
Jjfcbbs qualified for second 111'11ft 110' night'Barry Firth, Harold Bishop, Michael Shep- I 1962, during the legal hours of
"It costs $45 to send one stu]I 1 The band also, according to pI RUN RUNThe sale, at the main door of the
Championship flight play and pard, Richard Hobbs and Pro Ted Fox. It dent." Plans so far are to send!I I[statement issued by the Band SQUIRREL, I Court House of Bradford Countv. -
over-all -S I Florida. in the City of
J placed last an 70 band members to the Orange:Boosters, has brought many dollars vRun sale
from 10o'clock ; offer for
Tuesday Florida
game SquirrelsRun" morning Starke.
ed fourth in first flight. State Jaycee Golf Tournament )
score for 54 holes of 261. I ,:i the
and the the Band- sell pllillillIuter)
; I Ij 1 in Eustis the Bowl goal of into the county throughits is shovrji above in a picture to 11:30: at the Pratt! and at bidder for
sponsored by and best
Parry Firth had a total The boys were accompanied Umatilla-Eustis Jaycees. The Boosters is to raise $3,000.I I promotion of three District of the 43 year olds in action -[Street Playground. Quiet games.! cash highest the following described

wore of 275 and placed sevEnth -j i to the tournament by Pro Ted ., lowest four, scores will win "We appreciate the support Band Contests and one District at Pratt Street Playground.;as well as active ones, art Courtv property, Florida.situated to-wit in Bradford:

in the third championship {, Fox all three days. Next' Monday those boys a trip to the National of the organizations represented -\1 Vocal Contest. The program is supervised by!!planned in advance for the chil Oue square acre in the XK-
i i at Monday's meeting," In the Orange Bowl parade and is designed !dren. coiner of the XE quarterof
flight and Mike Shep- i 1 BishopHobbs, and. Jim-j| Jaycee Tournament in Mrs. Jackie Phillips the S\V quarter of theNW
Kaufmann stated, "And urge the band plans to carry a banner to give\the kindergarten!' According to Mrs. Phillips, quarter of Section 85.; '

pard also had a 275 and.placI -I 1 my Meyers will travel to the West Virginia. _ everyone to support ,the band representing Starke and age children a\ chance to participate -'21 children are registered and Township. 5 South, Range 22:: .

I hitters in the were' 50 that it may represent Starke Bradford County and to present there East.pursuant
the game .Fluffs Beat PuffsIn Recreation'Program. are openings for only to the Final Decree of
Natural Gas in the'City :
Al Gregory and Bill Epps, with; and Bradford County in Mi-I some Bradford County straw- !nine more. You may register Foreclosure entered in a case .,

Wins Two Games three hits each, and Cliff Grif- Girl's SoftballThe ami... berries to the Mayor of Miami. ;f your child by calling the Staike of pending which in is said Mid-State I Court, the Homes stjle, !

fin was the winning pitcher.In In the past six years the::1 1 I All bands appearing at the The program' is operated each Recreation De-nartmpnt_ Inl'.. a Florida corporation

In City Softball the second game, Jim Fluffs beat the has represented Bradford,;Orange Bowl in Miami will -C nn.n' widow Plaintiff., Defendants*-?. Alice, and l1a\'Is.Ihe a to keep

Watts hit a short fly ball into 23-22 last Wednesday night in!County in two gubanatorial inaugurations --I march in the parade that day conduct by use; of profane and i I urday June 30, at tlw power docket number of which is Xo,

Natural Gas defeated Community right field with one out and a Girl's Softball Game spon- participated in the i indecent language, not guilty. |,plant In Staike. 13-092.( ,I a roof
15-3 and will be televised nationally WITNESS) my hand and the
State Bank mi sored by the Starke Recreation celebration, six Ga, Rudolph: Crews, disorderly i this
Woody Strickl who was on Gasparilla ; official seal; of said Court, their heads?
Pine Level 23-12 before losing third base, scored on the play Department.Gwen tor Growl parades, the DeLand I in color by NBC. conduct by threatening to do; 18 day of June It1t!. over
to Garden Restaurant 4-0 in a Cox led the Puffs with bodily harm, sentenced to a'' SOTH'':
for the winning run in the inn- NOTICE IS IU} REnt GIVEN
close ball game in last weclt'sCity five singles, while Barbara Terwillegar Names I fine of $27.50 or five days ini that the undersigned, desiring I

Softball] League. ing.Strickland to engage in business under the
Masters had four hits including jail.
the leading ,
was Hale
two D. M. ManagerOf fictitious namp of "KKAI'Tl}
I Brooker also collected hitter with four for five, while a' homerun for the Fluffs. PLEAT", at Route 1. Box :272! '

I wins during the week by up- Jimmy Rowe was the winning The girls practice every Mon- Union CompanyClyde Rabies Clinic Sraike Mfr' the, Florida said ,name intend with to reg-the .. "A
131and ,.
I setting pitcher. These two victories day afternoon at the Pratt I Ht-rk of Circuit Court of Bradford -

beating' Pine Level 16-5. save Garden Restaurant 2pvins Street Playground and play .- 1 I' Terwillegar announced I Set For SaturdayAt County, Florida. IC.J)Lworking ,
"Stallings their third that D. M. Hale gal I
ach Wednesday night at 7:30. recently .
without a loss: this s2is 1sTjwo LawteyA TED )I. SMITH
straight game bv toting Community I pf Lake Butler has been appointed 6-21: 4t 7-K;: "
State Bank 23-11 and of Terwillegar -' needs a pal! 1
Jh erleadingOffered manager dog from a home in the II !

remained tied far first place Motor Co.'s Ford interest Lawtey vicinity died of rabies, iv Tim H iIJITIt rmrriT OnT OFT I (...lindy !JWb. !
i "& JimritLciuttir
with. Garden ('!'t1I'vt. fir mall Fry Plky In .in Union County. by the .
according to a report or FI.UUIIIX IN
;, .. ......,..
i Terwillegar Motors of Starke I State Board of Health. illi.ADFOHU ( OtNTY : -I lifeinsuran
Summer ProgramThe +; : IV CIIA\CinV. CASKNO. muteombiM.. S Buy
.Team W L GB The Pirates won two games ,4 has been appointed by the I The dog was brought to Dr. 1 13-4IM"' FINE LINE -

,Garden Restaurant 3 0 last week by defeating the Red Program Ford Motor Company to serve I R.'s. Mullins, local veterinarian, Stanlf.v s, Xuestl. db,'aX'legel's WltM Summer Recreation ...
Stallings Truck Stop 3 0 ._ 'Sox :Uand the Giants 26-241, sponsored by the Starke ,4, Unipn County due..tq the closing ;- after it had bitten a horse Plaintiff Auto Sales, tkb* fi" JiG UIPre -

William's Jewelry 2 2 Us in the Snall Fro: lla3 ball Lea- Recreation'to Department, includ- of Langford Motor Co. severely, and probably two vsClaude Wtm nun rf aotM But b.didb' extra values..
n Reynolds a/k/a ..
.2 2 1'Ji2 deal. I'Gulf -
Natural Gas >s a cheerleading program each .several! months\ agoTerwillegar's .. children who have handled and Claude R. Reynolds, Jr. $ NO 81IZA11"/ / "7:; j

1' -Brooker 2 2.11. I the other action duringthe Wednesday and Friday afternoon Lake Butler played with it.. All are receiving IVfendaht WVa fM most tab MMfiiUiUa

Community State Bank 1 3 2'/z week the Glims won: tho.i at 4:30 at the Pratt lot M located just ,west, of Roberts treatment for rabies. Xotice\OTICK is hereby OF S\LE given that .. .... .. !. !

first game of the season by Street Playground. Lessons are Standard Service Station The dog was penned up for pursuant to and in accordance )CLU1la- -A ", Life
I "
Garden Defeats defeating the winlcis: Yankees offered to girls in the 4th to 6th and just across the street observation, later died, and the! June with the 15, 1962 final, .in decree the -above rendered entitled I :- ADAPT'APLAN

17-15, and the Re Sanford Twice the Yankees' grades have several autos on display of the Circuit 'nurt of u8a .
won a that it
game trying' out for Bantam Foot- is thought might I Bradfmd County, Florida, will: :

For' 20' Victories 23-19. ball Cheerleaders in the. falL Richard ,Jackson at present. have contracted rabies from a sfll the H'hil'lelowit following described motor -i a IN fOlIC Fits your
', The program is for boys 7-1 Hale ,invites his friends to wild animal, possibly a coon.I : $ I
I j' & Tryouts will be held in Au- I 19 >2 Clmrolet 2-door EelAir ; v ;w7' 12 changingneeds
Garden Restaurant defeated years of age and is held at the gust and girls will be chosento Elected PresidentOf call on him at the lot and Ter- I Instances of wild animals having -I Coupe8! Motor Xo21637A. ":
,Sanford 7-5 and 7-6 i1'2 inn-'Pratt Street Playground each cheer for the Bantam games Cumberland Co. willegar .requests .that car I i rabies have recently been I :121020:! ;. Identification Xo. ="' .-...:..-. COLORS

Jnjjs last Saturday night in a Monday and Thursday afternoons next fall. owners drive,, over toP, ptarke : reported in Columbia and Baker I j at public sale to the highest I -..-; .....c.-......

ttoubleheader slow pitch soft-I : from 3 to 5 o'clock. Richard P. Jackson, son of for, ,s rvice and repairs{ I Counties. I rand|I South best front bidder dour for of cash the! County at the 'th.-..*-..... .. s-.&cdi. ..-

ball game. Standings W L GB Mrs. Fred Leonhard of Starke, Hale said he was availableat I The Bradford County Health House in Starke, Florida. .. ."er... -_.uWlll-la. 0UJtII 0011
Fair Buildi'ngPlans' ,
In the first game, Garden'.Pirates" 4 0 has been elected president of all times and it he was not ,Department announces that a j|rat 27, 12'0ft 19(52.I ( : o'clock noon on June. 5- --- GulfLife

Restaurant played fine defen., RedSox 3 1 1 Are BeingCompleted the Cumberland: Corporationof at the lot, call him at HYatt rabies clinic will be'held from I I CHAISES: A. runny i
I ball in foUl, Giants 1 3 3 6-2591. 9 to 1. I Clerk of Circuit Court ofBradford
.slve by turning Huntington, W. Va., a new I a.-m. p. m. Saturday.:I Ci'untF'londa.,

double plays to stop scorin; Yankees 1 3 2t subsidiary of Suburban Pro- -_... June 23, at the Lawtey City CiriCl'lT COfKT SCAL: ) Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH

:threats by Sanford. Leadin I, HalL AU residents of Lawtey, It 6-21 I
I The Bradford County Fair pane Gas Corporation.wholesale running red light, sentenced to surrounding area are urgedto I
Association met last Friday Cumberland is a :\OTICI: (II-' T\.V
to two
$12.50 or
a fine of their animals for
bring inoculation -!
night. June 15, and reportedthat I,marketer of LP gases (propane\ days in jail, at this time.A i, BQLU.IZTIO.
i in The Board of County Coin- I g/lttl/OIIft &
( 1 1p the full $25.000 bond: ; and butane operating from an RObert, Hernandez, Negro, second clinic will be held isMonerM! of Bradford ('011'11), "p0lllf \
: 1'\\v1S\ ;ssue is on deposit, accord-j I area, extending t ( ., south, licensesen- Florida, will meet at the t'ouit-
driving without a from 9a. m. to 1 Sat- North Carolina, andwest p. m. on ::: hou:,:e, in the Clerk's Office on

Ing to Secretary George into-Wet Virginia, Ohio, ...tenced" !!'. taja. .' W"fir&'_'.of,\,,17.50_. vor I
Pierce. to three days in jail.Mikf .

I. The money will be transmitted and Kentucky.. tIn Holder improper

I' I this week to the Commissioner bis neyr position, Jackson take-off, fined $12.50.
will be responsible for the .
of Agriculture to ; Mike Holder, unlawful] ,
obtain state matching funds over-all activity: of this company speed, license suspended for 45

which will be released July 1, in addition to his pres-
For Summertime !
Appetites :of NOW..a r
i days.James
Pierce said. The secretary expressed ent duties as manager pro- Lee Mancil, reckless newATLAS :.
the Association's duct supply and traffic. He --S' :
appreciation -
driving by passing on
I to all persons who has been with the company line, forfeited bond: of $27-50. -

I hold the bonds since 1946, when he was em- Ossie Edwards, Negro disorderly TIREGUARANTEE 1. !4izi
clerk in the purchasing -
Picnics Pierce also announced that : ployed as.a conduct by fighting,, : -
department. '
the Building Committee will i sentenced to a fine of $27.50 ,
I i meet Wednesday night to draw i Jackson attended public
or to five days in1 jail. I
TASTY i up material specifications for: schools in Starke, and now Eva Hampton, Negro, disorderly -

I the three proposed fair build- I resides on Ertman Drive in
conduct 'by fighting, TX7! :
SUGAR I ings. Detailed plans of the I Whippany. N.J. with his wife, sentenced to a fine of $27.50 \

CREEK; I buildings are being drawn up ; Mary. and their three children or to five days in jail. ; :
Linda Louise, Paul Doug-
now by the University of Florida Evelyn Youngblood. Negro
\ I las and Carol Lee.
i Architecture Department. public intoxication, sentencedto

I I a fine of $27.50 or to five -

C Lions ClubCommittees from the Kentucky Hills. .days in j jail. '. S H-: ;:

Evelyn Youngblood. Negro,
disorderly conduct by use of.
ASY, by Irving Stone is a fictional -
and indecent lang- ,
of Michael- profane
Starke Lions President Bill biography
: uage, sentenced to a fine of,
Brown made committee chairmen angelo.
,I PER POUND I! 52.50 or to 10 days in jail. n.:
,::1 recommendations for approval FRANNY AND ZOOEY, by "
Evelyn Youngblood -
I by the board of direc- J. D. Salinger' contains two I '

FLORIDA GRADE A : tors at a meeting held Tues- stories of the Glass family. resisting arrest,' sentenced to : :,

,day night in the Garden Res- THE BULL FROM TilE a fine of $52.50 or to 10 days :i, t

j -i taurant. SEA. by Mary Renault gives in jail. 'v,
of The Leslie DeSue, Negro,
The following chairmenwere further adventures
intoxication, fined $12.50 and : .- :
"The King ,
approved for the new seus; sequel to >
for 15
placed on probation
year: Membership and Attendance Must Die." :

I W. T. Jackson; DEVIL WATER by Anya days.

HECK BONES2 lbs. 25'FRESH ,:Lions Information, Harry Seton reveals English aristo Leslie DeSue. Negro, vag- .f .

i, Green; Program Bob Firth; crats and Virginia pioneers in rancy, placed on probation ,, :

Finance. Norman Willis Jacobite,upr1s1Dgs. for 15 days. : : .- 4I ., -
: !the attempt ; 4 s,,. L-
McCullah, Negro, -
Community Betterment, Gerald HORNSTEIN'S BOY, by .I S '.
3 lbs. Williams; Public Relations Robert Traver shows how a to do bodily harm with'" : ; ci17// t I ,
99c I, to fine ::: ,
C. E. Zipperer: Sight mid-Western lawyer compaigns a '. J3 A'pt -,
of $52.50 or to 10 days in jail. "
Conservation. Dr.
I Wayne for the U.S. Senate. 'I
HICKORY SMOKEDSAUSAGE3lbs. Whiffen. I ,THE BIG LAUGH, by John Hosen McCUllah Negro '

. I There was a general discussion -I 6'Hara reveals Hollywood hithf public intoxication sentenced:. tI ; ;
99c to five.
of new business, 1930's.DEARLY. to a fine of $27.50 or i P

and President Brown pro- BELOVED, by days in jail. 1 3

10 Lb. Bag Crowns Quart mised that this would be Anne Morrow Lindbergh teUi Willie Beard, Negro indeepewsure .. _

a busy year for the Lions in i how a June wedding ,evokes ; placed on pro- $ MUU j :a7: :
I "-ifor 90 days.Crawford -
Starke. j reflections on love and marriage .
: I ....TiDu .. disorderly -
Attending: .Tuesday's -.j
besides" ENGLISH BIBLE I conduct by; fighting, sentenced -. I II
the president, .THE NEW I

9.9c 29C! were C. W. Colson. secretary-!I : 'NEW TESTAMENT i is to a fine of $52.50 or 10 '._ '_ -.- .-," -- 5--- -
: treasurer; Dr. Whiffen, 1st!; anew., translation by English i I days in jail.Randolph 5 ;. -S
; disorderly
tI_ L vice president; C.' E. Zipperer i scholars. It is accurate and
; 2nd vice president: Gerald unadorned. I I conduct by fighting, sentencI -
House. 1 lb. Bag Siesta i !I ed to a fine of $52.50 or to 10
Williams Lion Tamer; W T.

Jackson, Tail Twister; Nolan :i days' in jail. S
COFFEE ICE MILK49c MAYOR'S COURT Rudolph Crews, disorderly
Woodburn, District<; Zone i
conduct by fighting, sentencedto CHOICE No. 1 CHOICE No 2

Chairman; Lonnie Harley, A-case-load of 28 ,in May ;I a fine of $52-50 or to 10 ,
past president; and Harry ; t -
9c or's Court Monday night was days in jaiL LIFE-OF-TREAD GUARANTEE. As.long as MONTHS-IN-USE GUARANTEE. If you've
Green director.
the heaviest ever faced by Tim Crawford. disorderly there's any original tread design left on your Atlas tirt, driven your Atlas Tires far but not long,adjustments can .
I Starke Mayor"'Randal Chitty \ an djustmant can* be made, prorated on the basis of be prorated on months-in-use since purchase, based
conduct by use of profane and
With $5.00' Food Order ,Half tallon1NA Library Books Carrie Small Negro, ,use of ; indecent language! ,not guilty.I original tread(depth,remaining" and current retail price at on current retail price at time- and place of adjustment F

I profane and indecent language tim and place of adjustment

AvailableThe sentenced to a fine of I Tim Crawford disorderlyby : .
.. ,
threatening bodily harm, ,
$27.O or to fire day in jaiL . I
YNE' not guilty., ,; .. ,
1 S following books, from i .Carrie Small Negro, disturbing I You choose the guarantee'that benefits you Atlas brings you this tremendous extra at no extra cost

the best seller -list are eur- the peace by' threat- Randolph Crews. disorderly most Atlas gives you)our choke of/}ro.kinds of adjustso you!Atlas Tires are sold serviced and guajaateed by

TIE renUy available at the LIbrary -: ening bodily harm sentenced conduct by use profane and 'moil when. you jtrade your Atlas tires!A guarantee hon- Standard OiL NatianaBy-knowii for safety,linfiife a ad. 0

CASH SUPER t !',to a fine of $52.50 or to 10 I indecent language, sentenced! orcd by 50,000 Atlas dealers in all 50 states and Canada. economy. See your Standard dealer toda]ISTANDARD

SHIP OF FOOLS, by Kath- days in jaiL I to a fine of $27.SOor to five .
S S.- S '-' \0 :1-1'-
617 WEST MADISON STREET erine Ann Porter the,human'': \Daniel Yelaaniejv Negro!, al. days in Jail-* | t 10 -I -S :
race or a voyage to ,et rnity.YOUNGBWOD .| lowing unauthorized person Randolph Crews, disorderly K. G. DUNCAN,. Agent ,
'Ciitqb.rnily Stomps HAWKE to drive. forfeited bond tl conduct,by threatening to,do I 1 (KENTUCKY) ,.j -. _. .,'
5 1. ?
by Herman Wouk a' long.j' ot $27J50.: bodily) harm,cot; guilty j --s---< I t' : Starke, Fla. 1 -f'"=: :

saga of a successful novelist Roberto-Hernandez: .Negro, Rudolph Crews,, disorderly. . ., q. .. .

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The 10-day rule which goes for two years. His personalfile Post 56 Sets

I t Profitable living Clerk's Stand into effect August 1, was Sgt. George Hall I is filled with letters of Chicken Dinner

made by council in order to
Nominated For i appreciation and

I For! Family On 120-Acre FarmContinued On Unpaid Bills cut now the 65 allowed days credit before a his personis bill tions from his commenda-I I American Legion Post 56 will

t ,, becomes delinquent, thus a Airman Of YearSgt. and squadron commanders. have bers a and chicken their dinner wives for Tuesday mem-

customer will not be able to Among these are the Air
[ From Page One] and since 1953 he has impro- I night, June 26, starting at
build such excessive bill
Hit By Council up an George R. Hall aircraft i Force Commendation Medal
ved his herd by adding pure
ing the and still not be delinquent. 7:15.All
summer months. bred Brown Swiss. Paul likes accessories chief in the 19th i j and the SAC Certificate of Past Commanders are
Chairman J. D. Doyle pointedout. :
The brothers
purchased two
that breed "because they are Field Maintenance Squadron'at Distinguished Educational A- especially urged to attend and
cows and planted some cane [Continued ,From Page One Homestead Air Force Base j
for grinding into so big when you want to sell -;- At present from one meter chievement. be recognized at this time.
syrup. They has been nominated by his:
both married girls from To- them for ,beef but'they still ir-. -i-I asked. reading to the next is 30 days; organization for honors asl I Sgt. Hall's selection was also This is the annual dinner held

ledo and settled down to their produce a lot "of milk for -J L ,:4L -The discussion of delinquent another 15 days elapses before Outstanding SAC Airman off based on his active participa-I for the newly Installed post of-
: dairy purposes. .1. utility bills began in the customer receives his bill
new life here. I tion, in community .
... the Year. i
4. _
I He 12 ficers.
now has Brown Swiss *
4' a two and. another 20 days beforehe I
meeting weeks
After three Paul sold 9 ; ago affairs. He is the son of Mr.
years. _
c 4; The nomination has been
and a registered Brown Swiss ; ; it Such matters as finance
his share of the farm to Fran- I. when was brought out that is delinquent. \ forwarded to the Eighth Air and Mrs. John Hall, formerlyof .
cis and purchased his bull which he will use to fur- an audit report showed that The meter reading periodwas Starke. trailer park Boys State and
present for consideration in the i
acreage. bringing along ther improve his herd until ic6L: ,uncollected ,accounts had risen cut to 21 days and the ;!' Force I other plans for the new year
t : final competition. The winner I
all are registered animals. __ __ i 58 per cent over last year delinquent period to 10, Doyle |I
10 I Post Com-
cows. Francis still will discussed
operat- I of this award will be the SAC I be by
Some of the bull calves he I
: and the situ- FREEBRAKE
had risen from $445.91in explained to off-set
fes the original farm, raising at the Air I JIcRae.i .
representative INSPECTION mander Julian
raises for meat but he is selling I
to $2,292.75 in 1960- ation.
chickens and children he I
some of his young animals In other action Tuesday Force Association convention WHEEL BEARING PACKEDSee ]I i Past Commanders H. A. Bishop -

has, eight. A portion of his to farmers who want to 1I 61.The auditor aiso reported night: I in Las Vegas next September. j Shorty at; and W. H. Graham will be in
income however. is earned at I Sgt. Hall has been in the.Ah GARAGE j
upgrade their herd. One of that of authorized Na- ALLEN'S .'
the in as last April 24 the The council charge of the cooking detail.
Sperry Corporation Force for 19 and|
his cows won the grand 710 Alton Road
---- -- delinquent 0 f uncollectable tural Gas Superintendent -
Gainesville but Francis --- ---------
says held his present position
championship ribbon In the
hehopes to quit his Job soon Deputy Sheriff A. E. Brown points to the bashed-in top accounts totaled $1,493. Davis to make a feasibility I
Bradford Fair last
County Clerk Edwards termed the study of Green Acres SUbdi-
and go into full-tune farmIng of the Bradford County squad car driven by Deputy Willatf ,
;: fall.Meng audit report misleading, say- vision with the idea that if I
Williams when he flipped over three time. Williams was not
Pau said he worked for 5% processes his own ing that compared to the he can subscribe at least 20 j
milk and sells it at retail seriously hurt.Tables .
years at the duPont' mine and amount of utility business customers, a gas line will be I
ces. His customers include the does to the Davis
the city the collection extended area.

But Sperry my dairy plant business went County Agent George T. Hug-% Are Turned On Lawmen record was a pretty good one. told the council that money I II I -
He is also 1
gins. raising The clerk pointed out that from the Renewal and Replacement -
down, he'said .'so I decidedto 'L'-L'f
acres of tobacco this year and the city has total of xvixL is avauaoie
a $7,400in
stick with farming even Two Victims 01 Auto MishapsTables
has always cultivated a vege-
delinquent or unpaid and that the
if it meant working day and table garden to care for the accounts 20 Words or less, one time _______ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ____ 5c per wordIf
which date back to would cost approximately $415
night. needs of his large family. were turned on I other pick-up truck driven by not paid in advance _______ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 59 words __ 2.50
i before the war. But consid- per customer.
., Cows Main. .Income. of the I!A. J. State Road ______.,__,__..__ 5o word
His of income Two boys, Carlton Bradford County lawmen this Bowles a : ering the more than $6 million The council took under consideration Keyed or Blind Ads ______ 1.00 Over 50 words per

major source from 14, and Billy 13, have;become week as two were on the receiving -I Department inspector.The I in utility bills during a request from BHS ;! Each additional word over 20 _____ 03 Display ads in Classified ____ 1.50 per inch
has always come cows
valuable assistants. Carlton' is end of wrecks and had new road is not yet that time plus another $2 Band Director Elden Mathews J j

i't cultivating his own vegetable to "holler". for help themsel- to traffic and Sgt. Mus-:J. million since the city installed and Rev. Charles Phipps representing

I I garden and doing a good job, 'ves. open i natural gas, the collection the Bradford Band I FOR RENT- Kingsley Lake''' PIANO TUNING & Repair-
I according to the proud father. grove said Hines was unable cottage over water Sleeps 6, ins; Work guaranteed. iNo
I from
Hospitalized ror observation record is one any business Boosters to donate $500 j
KEEP THEM Meng said raising a large to say why he was drivingthe I ", modern conveniences. Last 0 charge to churches other than
would like to have the clerk next budget to help
but with no bones broken, was year's
week in June and July the cost of needed parts]
I family on a farm hasn't proved grade, rather than the! I open II
I Bradford Deputy Sheriff Wil- I said.Edwards send the 70 member band to 21 to AUPT. 4 open. W. M. Agin. : East Brownlee St. Starke.
I too great a problem. lard Williams whose car rolled paved road just to the left. 1 said also that deposits the Orange Bowl In Miami Phone 533-2251 after 3 p. m. _?t? 6-21

'OUT WITHA Family Not Problem over three times, he said Musgrove's car sustained on utility accounts next January.A 2t1)_6-21 I, FURNISHED APARTMENTS-- :

I' "As I see it," he said, "there when he swerved to avoid a $377 in damages and Bowles' have not increased at the bid from Jernigan 'contractors OCALA NATIONAL Read The Classifieds! lights and water furnished.

isn't great deal of difference truck ,$350. Hines, who sustained i Bullinston Studio
a Inquire or
rate thus alatka
the bills of was accepted
collision with another vehicle. same as I II IF YOUR NAME IS
I. I ; 32i West Madison St. tfchg
two children broken in the
between leg ;
I a
The private automobile of Flori- when customers leave town by the council for gas CAMPSITES ,

and 10. In a large family kids da Highway Patrol Sergeant. mishap, totally demolishedhis without paying their bill tl* lines on U.S. 301 south to be 80 z 100 I FOUND AMONG\ THE

learn to help each other and Carlos Musgrove driven by his! 1950 model pick-up truck. I deposit is not sufficient to laid at 40 cents per foot. $198 Cash or I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL HASTINGS MATTRESS

don't require as much atten- wife, was also hit by a speeding cover the loss. He 'illustrated $20 Down; $9 mOo I AT THE TELEGRAPH & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

tion. I've had to build four extra pick-up truck traveling on the his point by citing one consumer Recent BirthsSgt. Access to Launching OFFICE FOR A FREE 710 Lemon St. Falatka

rooms onto the house but unpaved portion of U.S. 301 Growers Try who left owing almost Ramp on Oklawaha River. TICKET TO THE FLORI- Furniture Repaired,

the boys help me ana} the girls south. $70 and who had only $50 on ANGUS HASTINGSBox
and Mrs. Smith DeVoeJr. DA THEATRE. Upholstered & Refinished

are becoming And they good all housekeep love the "Wear your safety belt," New deposit with the city $20 of Wayland, Mass. an- 140 Fort McCoy Fla. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
ers. ; VarietyOf
I Williams said would be his loss. nounce the birth of twins: a WANTED Elderly lady to Innerspringsand
farm. Mrs. P. A. Moore live in home at Keystone
bill situation my
slogan from now on. He did 'The delinquent Mark Denton and daughter -- -
I The boys also raise rabbits has become a problem," FOR RENT-2 bedroom house Heights. References required. Box Springs
not have his fastened when a Susan Claire on June 15.
Contact R, J. Win&ate phone
to help put additional meat TobaccoContinued DrupljsACardorCafl
18' 12'I I 1955 Pontiac, driven by Shed-) Mayor Randal Chitty said, Paternal grandparents are I furnished cottage on Oklawah 3596. 2tp 6-28
x the table. Vegetables are River
on near Orange Springs PALATKA EA 5-9168
I, rick Davis, 23-year-old Lawtey "and it is up to all of us to Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoeSr.
I raised and canned year-round. $35 per week. Phone 9645951.M. FOR SALEDesirable resi-
Negro, entered U.s. 301 northat [ From Page One] do something about it. He of Starke. R. Judd. chg. dential lots close in. Terms. 964-5931

SCREEN i, The County Agent isn't surprised Buck's Grocery in front of pointed out that the council I RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN I Floyd Green. Phone 9692942.2tp MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER
at Meng's success as a with County Agent. G.
I 'fanner."He his patrol car. T. had tried to reduce last year's: THE RIGHT POINT for the to take over Watkins Route in I 6-28 Starke Agent _

I small "It was either hit a car full Huggins in observing field $22,500 figure by cutting: way' you write. Came in and Starke. Good for up to $65 YOUR OLD WATCH will

has the intelligence of people or turn over tryingto growing conditions of the new down the meter reading period -. select your favorite ESTER- weekly to start. No invest- make the down payment on a FOR REN'T-2-3 room upper

PORCH energy and know-how to succeed avoid them, and I made my variety this first year. and by cutting the delinquent -. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- ment. Set your own hours. beautiful new Bulova at I apartments, 2 sleeping rooms.

," Huggins said "and heIsn't .Huggins. said that under bill period. GRAPH. Permanent opportunity. Full Dahmers Discount House.tfchg lawn private entrance and
decision, the deputy said I
-- time.
Write C. R.
weal or part bath. 403 N. Walnut St. Phone
afraid to experiment or I conditions, Florida 22 is
: Mo- from his hospital bed. Ruble. Dept. 6-3. P.O. Box No.
FOR RENT Unfurnishedhouse. 964-3151. 2tp 6-28
$1378 j make changes. expected to produce from 200 _
2447. Memphis .2. Tenn.
i The county agent also pointed "I did avoid them and I to 300 pounds Also furnished and McGRIFF TRADING MART
and per acre more __ 6-21 2tp unfurnished apartments. Desirable I
I No Down PaymentFor I out that Meng is an excel- was mighty lucky to get off than other varieties. Comparisons SEPTIC TANK cleaning and location. Reasonable' 130 N. Court St. We buy and

; lent mechanic, which is a big with some bad bruises my- between last year and feed line service. Joe Forsythe summer rent. W. H. Nollman i, sell good used appliances, .

help in reducing' expenses on. self. It surely would have this year will be difficult, he I I P. O. Box 184, Lake Butler 510 N Cherry St. tfchg, furniture We will save, any you thing fifty of to value.two

FREE.. Estimates \, maintenance of his machinery. killed someone if I had hit said, because weather condi- Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. hundred dollars on new Gen-
FOR SALE-Ranch type house
ON \ that car" Williams stated em- tions last season were almost 4tD 6-28 I 6 rooms. bath. 4 out buildings I eral Electric Appliances. Why

i Meng has 20 acres of unproved phatically. Though his squadcar ideal for tobacco, while this FOR SALE Block duplex I half acre. Sacrifice $2.650, pay big fix prices. See Mc-

pasture and he said a turned over three times spring's subnormal rainfall house behind Bay station in ; some terms. Write Telegraph.Box I Griff._Up
Waldo. Also 2 bedroom houseon
Building or i number of his neighbors have going 65 mph, knocking out has posed a serious problemfor TIRE SALE I small farm. Call J. J. Wil- 823-D. Starke. ltp _Wm.: S. .Terry: __ _

: urged him to increase his both wind shields Williams growers who do not irrigate son. 468-1002 Waldo 2tchg621FOR FOR SALE: 1957 Chevy Sta- FOR RENT- Nice furnished

dairy business. held on to the steering wheel tion Wagon. Hydromatic and modern 2 bedroom home. 318 i
$ RemodelingCALL RENT- 2 bedroom nice-
and was not hurt though his: power steering. Good tires, Clark Street. Phone 9646491or
:. "I have no desire to enlarge Huggins is enthusiastic Iv furnished house with car- A-I condition. $795.-See J. 969-1191. ltD
car was & total loss.Musgrove's nort and large utility room. _
about the future of this variety I former Tobe Norman '
my holdings. he said "I Just M. Dyer. }
I For adults or with an infant I FOR SALE- 2 story house. 5
new 1962 Olds- in that it has place on Brownlee Road. Itp
what however
want to keep improving
child. No tf>ts. Inquire 733 N. bedrooms. 1 bath on pecan
mobile had Its front end rip- made 10 to 15 cent greater FOR RENT -Furnished cottage -
t I have. per I Thomnson St. tfchsr tree covered lot 144 ft x 135

LARUECorporation ped off as he 'was enteringthe yields, and brought top Compare our price on I FOR RENT-3 room furnished at Heilbronn Springs- ft in Waldo. $3500. CaU J. J.

Hare you an old refrigerator, unpaved section of 301 market price during the past j- upstairs apartment. 400 no cWHrpn. 35.00 per month.964- Wilson, 458-100J2. Waldo
... Box 861, Starke or phone 2tchg 6-21
fan or tooU which you no long- south to get to his drive-way. two years that it has been on Water St. Phone 964-7692.I 7111. 2tche 6-21 --- --

I er use. Convert them into cash Willard Hines an employee,of the market in competitionwith size tire nowlGULF' tfchg. DUE TO EXPANSION we

; now. Phone 964-3101 and ask the B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. other varieties.Of your SWEET POTATO VINES For FOR Sft.LE-3 bedroom house have opening in this area for
I and then Sale. Weevil free. Will be on one acre lot in city. Reas- ambitious man. (25 to 551,
for classified. hit Musgrove's car his 4.64 acre allotment. ready July 1st. $2 per thous- onable. Heat. attic fan. All or lady [40 to 60}. Character

Davis has 4 acres in the new and. W. A. Swindell. Theressa. tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road. references necessary. Car re-

: variety and only .64 acre in \; k 2tp 6-21 tfchz quired. For interview in your
--- area write Watkins. 659 West
CASH AND CARRY ONLY Hicks. I MORTGAGES FOR SALE-Lake Front Peachtree St.. N.E. Atlanta 8.
Some 12 or 15 growers in Mortgages available to build Lots. Santa Fe and Lake Georgia 4tchg 6-21

Bradford County have part or new homes or remodeling. tockloosa. Terms. Guy Andrews --- ------
I 100% Loans hone 964-6811. tfchg FOR SALE; Seven Room
all of their allotment in Florida -
LA RUE CORPORATION house on acre of ground in
AWNING SASH JALOUSIE SASH 22 this year. They are 400 W. Madison-Phone COLONIAL FLORIST center of Lawtey. with, swimming -

hoping for the same favor- ,. 964-8641. Only F. T.D. Florist in Starke. pool and plenty of

No. 12 19" x ,26" - $11.20 No. 12 19" x 26" - 6.56 able results with the new tobacco '\'' tfchg Flowers wired any place. Flow- shade. A-I condition. Will

No 13 19" x 38-14" - $14.58 No 13 19" x 38 1-4" $ 8.63 that Bradford.strawber 3-BEDROOM: HOUSE in Saratoga ers for all occasions locally. consider ment. Phone trade 782-3361.for down Law-pay-

No. 22 37" x .26" - $14.58 No. 22 37" x 26" - $ 9.31 I ry growers have had with and Heishts.assume! Purchase VA loan. eQuity Pay--I,Phone 964-6291.506 East Nota tey._ 4tp 6-28

No. 23 37" x 38 14" $18.56 No. 23 37" x 38 1-4" -. $12.06 i Florida 90, the new strawber- : ments $56 mo. Or will rent. St. tfchg 24-HOUR A DAY CLUB [Alcoholics -

No. 24 37" x 50 5-8" $21.66 No. 24 37" x 50 5-8" $14.38 II ry variety which is also the I Contact Owner, phone 964- WANTED Curb Girl- Apply Anonymous] meets
result of experimental workat ii- i 5842. tfchsr Monday and Thursday nightsat
I in at Tuck's Drive
Doors $26.88 person
Jalousie I
LUAN MOH. DOORS the University of Florida. I FOR SALE Two-2 bedroom In. It chg. 8:30.: For details phone
Keystone Heights. 44'15.4tchi.
SHEET ROCK homes in Starke. reasonable FOR SALE Boat, trailer, 7-5
2-0 x 6-8 x 1 3-8 $ 5.61 priced. P. O. Box 861. or _
-- 4* x 8' x 3-8" $1.49 Rotary Speaker kicker. 615 West Lafayette St. I
2-6x6-8x13-8 __ __ __ __ $ 6.33 per pc. % phone 9647111. 2tchg 6-21 Phone 964-7044 2tp 6-28 FOR REKPT-3 bedroom unfurnished -

2-8 x 6-8 x 1 3-8 __ __ __ $ 6.69 PAINTS Per. Gal Opposes Medical It E Ill LOST White purse containing Frank Tomlinson St. Phone house.964-1834.456 W. Madison \
3-0 x 6-8 x 1 3-8 __ __ $ 7.05 Plio-vin __ __ __ __ __ __ __ $3.33 !I Care Under S. S. : about $3.important Send to papers Ramona and FOR RENT------3-bedroom. 2 \VE
2-8 x 6-8 x 1 3-4 __ __ __ $ 8.81 Plio-vac __ _-. __ __ __ __ 4.46 I Baum. 6726 Beach Blvd. Jack- bath unfurnished house. Will
3-0 x 6-8 x 1 34 __ $ 9.20 4.68 Dr. Raymond J. Fitzpatrick 'II' sonville. Florida. Keep cash. redecorate to suit suitable. you we help you buy.
__ Var-tung __-_-_-__ __ __ Phone 5332122. Good selection of and
of Gainesville. a member of ItD tenants. new
((3-0 x 6-8 x 134 w-lites $13.26 Tuntex __ __ __ __ __ 3.05 '2t chg 6-28 used 8' and 10' wide Mobile :
the Florida Medical Associa? __ Mrs. L. S._Tanner u ___ r.

'i 'Interior Good One Side, Plywood Exterior Good One Side Plywood tion's legislative committee BEAUTIFUL Red 1961 Volkswagen FOR* SALE 4 bedroom home. Homes.
spoke at the Rotary Club Sedan. White Leather- 2 baths. large utility room. LAKE GENEVA

14" 4 x 8 per pc. __ __ __ $3.08 14" 4 x 8 per pee ________ $3.40 outlining the medical profes- NOW ONLY ette Seats. low mileage. $1,400.1 separate dining room.2 TRAILER PARK ,
screened front porch. Lot
May be seen beside bank in 1 mi.
I of
3-8" 4 x 8 per pc. __ __ __ $4.12 3-8" 4 ,x 8 per pc. __ __ __ 4.60 sion's reasons for opposingthe Lake Butler. Phone HY 6- acres. 1126 West Madison. Keystone fits \

1-2" 4 x 8 per pee __ __ __ $5.36 1-2" 4 x 8 per pc. __ __ 5.84 I King-Anderson "medIcalcare 3701. Up Phone 9641001. tfchg on Route 100 ;I

-ri x8 per pc. __ $7.20 34" 4x8. per pc. __ __ _7.88 for the aged" legislationnow CUSHION $ 95 FOR SALE Attractively PEYTON FLORIST _- tfchg
before Congress. I $14 furnished 3 BR cottage, King- FOR SALE-4 hp. outboard
The speaker said that the sley Lake. Dock. bath house 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Royal motor. Can ta seen at

FRAMING LUMBER medical profession feels that TIRE modern conveniences. Deep PHONE 964-4155 Red Alvarez ServU Station.

A -- 8' 10' 12' 14' 16' No. 2 Pine I the Kerr-Mills bill. which is well. Reasonably prices for NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 tfchg
Plus Tu and Old quick sale. Mrs. t. W. Kincaid. ___ -

2 x .. .54 .67 .80 .9-1. 1.07 1000' I already a law should be givena 750 X 14 Tire from Your Car. 969-1491. 4tchg_6-28 DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe BE SURE to \fe WORLD
per pc. __ $100 per fair trial before any new Wire Flowers Anywhere BOOK before t ring any encyclopedia.

2 x 6 per pc. .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 __ $100 per 1000' legislation Is tried. ,He saidthe -I-- FOR 2 bedroom RENT-furnished Kingsley house.Lake tfchg ).{. A. Payne youf
2 x 8 per pc. 1.18 1.47 1.76 2.06 235 $110 per 1000' Kerr-Mills law is an enabling Bv week or month. Phone 782- IN CITY POUND1 black local representative, since 195<*.

to I Rayon tube-type Non-skid 3051 or 782-3861. Ask for Mrs. Box 603. Ph. 864-3794 tfto
NO. 2 act permitting states i design and tan female hound Owner I
I Lserve..the.medical needs of the Reddish. 3to 7-5 I may have bv identifying. paying FOR SALE-2 Satan milk

Slack sidewall Wide flat tread SALE32 10 advertising cost and board. goats one 2 mo old kid. E. L.
1 x 4 No. 2 Floor __ __ __ __ $110.00 220 lb. Shingles @ ...7.56 sq. I aged population to "compulsory without federal resorting -- FOR acres in crops balance acres-pasture Contact City Police. Itchg Lester. Brooker. phone 2565.

1x6 V-Jt. & siding -- $115.00 90'lb. I Minimum warranty on Gulf Cushion Rayon Tire-12 months. good hoiise.! ; All crops. 2tp 6-21
Roll Roofing @ $3.35 I insurance." Gulf Cushion Nylon Tire-IS months minimum warrantyit trarr ,. eouicm nt. livestock FOR RENT 3 room an .
1x8 siding __ __ __ __ __ .. $115.00 : FOR RENT Furnished apartment ,
the flaws in the slightly hither price.A4A7NG electric equipted apartment.To t
Among included. Also inn bearins !)e-
1x6 T&G __ __ __'__ _- $115.00 15 Ib. and 30 Ib. Felt @ -- $2.45 I I King-Anderson bill. he said. can trees si 6 MO. term single or Christian couple. at rear of store 321

1. x 6 No. 2s 4 s -- -- -_ $110.00 5 TC. Galv. Roofing @ $11.56 sx8No.2s4s !| was the fact that it was designed ; GULP GUARANTEEIf. RTPOTJT RRATTY TTR. 3M Phone 9691545. tfchg N.2981.Temple Ave. Phone 969.

J ._ __ __ __ $105.00 | for the needs South. Phone 468-1766. Wal tfchg
i care
for far malicious intentional, lIuli&ea! FOR SALE
any rusoa (wept willful or do Fla. It che NICE
CEMENT ,$1.47 of persons receiving social security (UiuceX) your Gulf brand tire does not prove serviceable for its entire Used Refrigerators 29.95 LOT on Big I.i
-- -- -- I up.
:1VPICNfCTXflLE$ guaranteed minimum lifetime .ben used for noncommercial: purpose, you FOR SALE Santa Fe. Also 4 acres in good
: but would not take art entitled to aa adjustment as follows: If the cause is defective workmajish Used Television $29.95 up. residential
I concrete east of
I. AU Treated Materials MORTAR MIX __ _-__ 1.32 I care of the millions who are # or Mtcnii. you will receive a new tire without charjt If the cause Ready mix concrete. Convenient Terms. Free de Southside School
is aw ether reason Gulf will repair it without chant or offer you a block piers. fence posts. sand livery. Bullinzton Appliances. on Colley Rd.
-WhileTheyLast. I still not under social security.Dr. brand new tire, allowing! credit for that portico of the purchase price 100 See Billy Jackson Central
steel West Call St. Starke. Fla.
19% Charge For Any Fitzpatrick said that in represented by the mused fuaranteed minimum! lift of the tire. cement.mortar mix.rock Truck Lines. tf. chg i
$1995' I oyster shell limerock. and roof _
his opinion the KingAnderson WILL BUY- Hardwood tim- GOOD USED Ranges
Returned and
Merchandise I
bill was "socialized' medicine" -- ..-- .-- .- ..---- -,-- graveL Phone 964-2521. tfchg ber any amount in lakes. friKerators at prices you can re-
Bradford Engineering Co.
; and would prevent the I' swamps creeks or ponds. We afn'd.! North Florida SUPt>1J.
Jimmy Moore'sSTARKE will cut and haul or you can 41? E.
Home Owned And Operated-All Merchandise Fully Guaranteed patient from having a' free FOR RENT Cottage over deliver to'Starke. ABXJ. Timber Call 8t tithE

: choice of doctors. This would I TIRE SALES water Kingsley Lake. By weekor Co. p.o. Box 163. Starke. 1961 ZIG ZAG Sewing Ma-
month. Phone 663-2311.
; be done through control of Stchg chine. Makes button holes.
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES k hospitals he said. 245 W. Madison Ph. 964-5791 tfchg I. S ononamst sews buttons and
I La. "V ) INSURANCE at reduced rates. DAtetdeslin& Guaran-
I : The speaker was introduced < FOR RENT I bedroom trail Auto. Fire. Boat. Doyle E. teed.-Take
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a ) of
.. by Dr. A. J. Barry who er. Conner Insurance Agency. 763.. Write Telegraph Box
Park. Phone 96921511teh1 Phone 964-1501
I had charge of the program. I I tfcng 823-Z. Starke. 4tp "-12t


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'--l_._._._ ___..___._._._ _._._. caught on with the adults ,9s'' |'I The Field Artillery Training Army EngineersGive cross-state waterway to go established in 1928.
Grilled Shrimp. j i Center Fort Sill Okla. Traii-L from the Gulf of Mexico at t I In spite of changes in land
.1::) Home Demonstration Peel wash and de-vein SERVICE MEN | ed in the duties and responsibilities ApprovalTo Yankeetown to the St. Johns use Florida still has millionsof

shrimp. Make a marinade using I| of\ a cannoneer.. he Barge CanalThe River at East Palatka. It wfj acres best suited for grow-
l.r;. NotesDOROTHY one-half cup olive oil or AND WO5IENPvt. Ij; received instruction in the consist of five locks and dams, ing pine forests, Champion
., and firing of artillei Chief of Army measuring 84 feet in width stated. Out of the
..J. salad oil, one-fourth cup lime j loading Engineers more than
'9 ROSS juice 2 tablespoons soy sauce guns howitzers and heav has released a favorable and 600 feet long and a dred- 19 millions of acres of com !
Home'Demonctralion Agent [for 2 pounds::! shrimp]. Pour machine guns. Pvt. Brown entered report on the Florida cross- ged channel with a minimum mercial forest land, almost 15 I
;;frv over shrimp and stir to coat the Army in Januar state barge canal, and recom- depth of 12 feet and a widthof million acres are upland and
all shrimp. Cover and refrig- 1962' and completed -basi mended Immediate construc- 150 feet. flatwood sites suitable for pro.

OUTDOOR COOKERY I I many dishes to the cook-out erate 2 or more hours. Allow training at Fort Gordon Gi. tion of the multi-million dollar fitable production of pine
Warm weather and people i site, put the mix in a sturdy one-half pound large shrimpfor f, He is a 1957 graduate of project. The proposal is 15,125,802 Pines trees.

! taking, off to the lake means i paper bag and add the water each person. I Bradford High School and attended included in a report to the Planted In County
that picnic and cook-out time I or milk when ready to bake Put shrimp on skewer by Murray [Ky. Stat Senate a.nd House Public NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
Is here again. Outdoor mealsare the twisters. Knead dough running the skewer through College. Works committee for study. Since 1928Landowners REGISTER NAME FICTITIOUS

fun for family and friends, ahd form a long strip. Wind both ends of each shrimp. Put The recommendation was
Pvt. W. H. John, son of Mi. based on a recent study show- in Bradford Notice is hereby given that
but keep them simple and in a spiral around a stick or several shrimp on each skewer. the undersigned, under the provisions -
i easy-to-f It's fun that skewer. Bake over hot coals, Place on top of grill and and Mrs. J. S. Johns of : ing the benf f1t-cost ratio for !County have planted a total'':, of Chapter 20,953, Laws
more .
about 5 (Ci Starke, is taking basic combat the canal increasing from 1.05 of 15,125,802 seedling trees, of Florida, ::Acts of 1941, will
way. Make outdoor meals justas turning occasionally. Eat as grill minutes. Turn i 4-4 register With the Clerk of the
well balanced as Indoor is, or fill center with jelly or and cook 5 minutes more on yi1$0. ) training at Fort Jackson in 1958 to 1.17 at the present mostly slash pine, on 22,244 Circuit Court in and for Brad-
other side.A S. C., where he has been assigned -, time. acres since 1928 according to ford County, Florida upon re-
meals. Include a bowl of crisp even put a frankfurter inside.: ceipt of proof of publication of
salad .or a relish tray of raw The 4-H girls as well as adults good trick is to put the ; y 6 to Company D, 3rd Bat The difference in ratio was Don Champion, farm forester this notice, the fictitious name
vegetables such as carrot get a big kick out of this fixings such as spreads, on- 5k talion, 1st Training Regis Pat Boone becomes a daredevil broughtabout by lower costs I.with the Florida Forest Service. I of am A.B.C.L.&L.engaged::, under business which at
sticks, celery radishes, raw ions, and dip in pyrex baking : ment. auto racer in Rodgers : due to modern construction Champion said that 1,481,700 369 Temple Avt. Starke, Florida.
trick.Mrs. cups and set cups in a muffin RJ and Hammerstein's cinemu- methods and increases in the seedlings were planted in Brad- H. Mark rnomas., Box: 163,
cauliflower pickles, and olives A. ISA Ellis; of Heil- ,
tin. You can see all the con- Pfc. Larry F. Cooper son of meal "State Fair" in whichhe annual benefits to be derived ford County during the 1961-62 Starke, Fla., and Kirby S. Smith
which can be eaten from bronn bakes biscuits in a dutch Rt. 1 Hiway 100 Starke, Fla.
coctions at a glance that you Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. co-stars with Bobby DarIn such as commercial fishing season alone.Statewide owners.
the hand. the coals at club !
oven on our may add to your outdoor meal. 1'AL Cooper of Keystone Heights Pamela Tiffin and Alice new vessel deliveries, flood more than two Dated this 14th day of June,
Some of the clubs even have cook-outs. GARDENIAThe recently took part in a week- : Faye, beginning Sunday at control and land enhance- million Florida acres have been; A.D. IMS at Starke, Bradford
hot breads at their cook-outs.! And now for the meat. One gardenia .or cape jas- long medical' field training :" the Florida. ment. planted in seedling trees since County, Fieri!*.
Bread twisters are one of the of the old favorites is barbe- Plans 5-14 4t 7-5 ,*..
mine seems to be best adaptedto maneuver in Germany. H< I, now call for the 1 Jie Florida Forest Service was
favorites. Use ready prepared' cued chicken and it is always : ,
Melrose High
a moist, rich, welldrainedsoil. graduated from ,. .
biscuit mix. To save taking so good. Something that hasGas .fi
School in 1960 and completed
One of the principal dif-
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ficulties in growing the gar his basic training at Fort Ben- rare MOVIES BOATING SWIMMING
denia or cape jasmine is that Robert I* Cason. ning, Ga. He is now a me fun
it is quite susceptible to attack of Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. chanic in the battalion's 629th WHERE TO DINE OUT TRAVEL

Genie says: by root-knot. The addl of Raiford recently Medical Company in Hanau,,
I tion of organic matter to the< ed the teletype Germany. His wife Lana Is I FOR ADVERTISING SPACE ON THIS PAGE PHONE 9643101TOGO.
I soil and a high level of fertilization course at the Army with him there.
I plus mulching furnishes Training Center, Fort
a condition which is I II Ga. During the Pfc. William Thomas Jack- year in boating and have Chip" on Hy. 16 where Mrs.
natural good for the growth of the I: course Cason was trained son, Jr. 538 Engineer Bn. WHERE come up with a special po1iI'V,I Mobley is back serving her
f plant and, at the same time receive and disseminate Corp., Co. "A" has recently to cover boats and tb<& own"1 delightful Southern fried
seems to reduce injury from munications using the been promoted to the rank of Beaches Boating Movies ers. ..":. E'II l chicken.
root-knot. Another solution Is ard teletype set with S-P 4. He is the son of Mr. ,
Of course therp are some Getting into the car and
: I to obtain plants grafted onto keyboard. He entered the and Mrs. W. T. Jackson of Providing Summertime Fun fine places to eat out when getting out for a spell seems

the root-knot resistant stock,, my last January and completed Starke. it's too hot at home for dinner even more a pleasure [exceptfor
I There seems to be more Of course the usual week-
GARDENIA THUNBERGIA. basic training at Fort and many seem to be tak- gas dealers] with the price
F a b e Jones, Sonarman than a full fare of things to end crowds have the time of N
gas This plans is also susceptible -
:; I very ing advantage or it. Latest of gas down. lower than it has
:. : r .a! I I to attack by scale and don.Cason is a 1957 graduate 3-c U.SNavy, is serving do when one ]is bent on enjoy- their lives at Kingsley and place to re-open is "The Blue been for many-i" moons.
4.:.'._ f whitefly insects, which are Lake Butler High School. aboard the radar picket destroyer ing the afternoon evening or Strickland Beaches. Boatingtoo :
.. .. -JI. I Vesole and an entire evening.For is popular most ----..
followed by sooty mold. It is wife, Peggy resides on USS recently every day.
CQ& I necessary to control these insects 2, Raiford. took part hi a joint instance Bob Barksdaletells r Talked with Frank Bennett at

Is The Modern Genie That Does I to have healthy vigor- at'I training operation at Camp us that nearly 20 con- Melrose Marine in Melrose
He is the and he finds more fans inter-
ous plants, free of sooty mold. Lejeune, N. C. son testants have entered the
Your Today's Job Better Use Malathion of Volck spray. of Mrs. David C. Jones of "Twist Contest" being stagedat ested in the Wellcraft a fiber-
Gardenias can be propagated Starke. The Florida Theatre this glass fishing boat than any FLORIDA
and does it quietly, cleaner, faster and more from softwood cuttings. week. For twist fans it shouldbe other season. The Conner In-'

ECONOMICAL.Call Tip cuttings of half ripened Pvt. Jimmy Warren, son of a lot of fun whether on surance Agency in Starke also

wood taken from May through ,! :Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warrenof or off the stage. reports greater interest this
us today for a free estimate
July will usually give best re- : Route 2, Starke, recently

STARKE NATURAL GAS sults. Cuttings, can be rooted ; took part in a joint Army- -- T .n EAT R E -- '
in from 4 to 6 weeks. Also, a i. Air Force training maneuverat J
fairly good percentage of cut- t Y kt ., t Yakima Wash. Warren is You're Invited---J d
CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301 tings can be rooted if taken S x <. z 1 a rifleman in Co. B. of the DOUBLE FEATURE *
during the winter months. Therootknot t : :ft 4th Division's 12 Infantry at

GARDENIA resistant THUNBERGIA stock, ', Fort Army Lewis, Wash.last August He enteredthe and Mr.,and'Mrs. W. Mobley have resumed opera SATURDAY ONLY.- JUNE 23NANLADD

tion of the BLUE CHIP and
are again
is hard to root from cuttings. completed basic combat train featuring
Try air layering using a. moistureproof ing at Fort Jackson S. C. I Mrs. Mobleys Southern Fried Chicken, Oysters and

WESTINGHOUSEVALUE plastic wrapper.To Shrimp. You're invited to drop in or phone 964-1233
promote and maintain Stewart N. Jones aviation
in advance for Take Out Orders.
healthy vigorous growth it ordnanceman 2nd class U.S. i
is necesSary to fertilize regu- Airman Basic Gerald Navy is serving aboard,the ,. I I. '
SPREE I larly. A good garden fertilizer Norman son of' Mr.,and attack aircraft carrier, USS Southern Fried One HalE Chicken 'I-.
, such as 4-8-8 is satisfac-, Tullie G. Norman of Route Oriskany taking part in a recent ",. SHELLEY WINTERS
tory. In this section of the Starke, is being reassigned 10-day Navy training operation -- I'
state TWO APPLICATIONSPER the, .,UJS..Air Force off the coast of Southern I CHICKEN 7'I\ I
( YEAR ARE GIVEN, THE training course for California. He is the t. ..
rl I Ir'
yX I FIRST IN EARLY SPRING, maintenance specialists a son of Mr. and Mrs. NelsonE. s DINNER ,WI1aUII'"

AND THE SECOND IN EAR- Sheppard AFB Texas. He Jones of Starke. .ltImteUS-1CS111.., .
his basic
LY OR MID-SUMMER. completed I
k Takes More Than Brawn training at Lackland Thomas O. Rowe boat- $ i : HUGHOWl.J.N(,
I To Lift Objects Texas and was selected swain's mate 2nd class, U.s.
t ,r Your body like any tool or the advanced course on Navy is serving aboard the I .. PLUS -
< machine must be used right basis of his interests and aptitudes. attack cargo ship USS Ar-\
if it's to stay undamaged and He is a 1958 neb, which recently returnedto
J qr in good working order. of Bradford High School. Norfolk, Va. after a round-II I L4
Too many muscles and too the-world cruise. The ship Salad
r : little thought about how you Pvt. Jimmy Warren son spent three months in the An- French i k:

use them can mean a sprained Mr. and Mrs. Alexander tarctic region, delivering sup- Fries
., of Route 2, Starke,
r? : back when you lift heavy Warren plies to American scientific K Rolls
objects. Never bend at the participating in a joint stations, and evacuated the
e hw.y@ai Air Force training Tea or Coffee
trr waist when you're reaching! Seabee battalion that was I 1
i down to lift a heavy object. at the Yakima, responsible for assembling the H
I This puts a severe strain on Firing Center. He is a power plant during the short I PHONE 9641233SHRIMP : k
back and stomach muscles man in Company B of' Antarctic summer. Rowe !is I 4
tF 4th Division's 12th Infantry of Mrs. Mary R.. r ,1 !
hernia. the son w
and may even cause ; !
Instead, bend your knees Fort Lewis, Wash., and Rowe of Starke. With Same $4 in !
,:,, ed the Army in August M Above
k\sx <..ry and make sUre you have a completing basic training

good footing and a good grip.' Fort Jackson. S.C. I 4 OYSTERS Order I T JOIK tew isfitsu Aygffipk
Lift gradually and deliberately. I I
'1LVffpiNCTRIC% ,
Pvt. Marion Brown, son / I CLOSED SUNDAYS -
aaea.t Using a skid, hoist a hand Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sun Mon. Tues ..Wed.
t ,
truck, other mechanical I 4 DAYS
1 Brown of Starke, ..= GLASS BOTIOJ. THE BLUE CHIP :
9Me to lifting aid isn't a sign of lazi- :
I I ness. It's just using your head completed eight weeks of BOATS JUNE 242526.27

I to save your back. vanced individual training 154 MILES NORTH STARKE HY. 16

50 Lbs. of Frozen Storage...35 tb. ia -

Freezer and 15 b. ta tq. F t.

2-PoiiHoa Shed 4141F bolt gab -

jugs. 1 ,as__;.1.+ -
Special and small-size Door Storage Jars. fcr eII: Ik..... ct. : .- ..ti.IIAMMERSTEIMS.r \

wu-Width, FvlxDq4i !idle S fix 4fi0)ij-) r tMEIROSE

..... MARINE .
mum storage. ,xa..awt wtt s.. OWNERSBOAT r
Buill4n. 0.

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Free Your :Mind From Worry Over q f fk fs
$ 0.0
Damage Or Injury To Others!

$10,000-LIABILITY ( __ _
$ 500-l\IEDICAL. $ ZOO ,i! BOBBY DARIN t Tt i


IJKITHTRADE Here's Protection For Your Boat, :Motor, & Trailer I *


I- AH Prices Shown Per 100.00 I'i

I Boating's Wonderful at Melrose Marine Full Coverage $6.00 i aura GNe COLOR cm.war KmiBO by PgLUXg manual natal ,

I There's a world of fun on the water awaiting you at Frank Bennett's Melrose 25 Deductible $4.00
North Florida I Marine. Either the 16 ft. Well-craft which sells at $795.00 (left) or I

the 14 ft. Wellcraft (right) which is $495 will give you many season's of Trailers No Deductible $2.00 : THURS.. FRI. JUNE 28 29
thrilling summertime living. Both Wellcrafts are made of fiberglass. Frank

Bennett's Melrose Marine, established since 1960 can assure you that "no one PHONE 964-4501

S I I undersells Melrose Marine". All outboard motor repair work is fully guaran-

Supply teed by calling GRanite 5-5701 and Frank or Chuck Pardee will take care of

I you.Melrose Marine features the Wellcraft 14 ft. Fishing Boat at $275.00 and. INSURANCE AGENCY f I;

,I 12 ft one at $225, both fiberglass. The Jacobsen Mower (center) at $780 performs -

:412 E.: CALL ST. PHONE 964-2113 as a small tractor. Other mowers are $59.95 and up, at Melrose Marine 218 N. Temple .
i in l\le1rose-The "Outboard Motor and Lawn Mower Hospital" adv.-tf -- l I

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FIRST CHRISTIAN EVERGREEN Mrs. Jim Stanley :of Parkers- Thomas o Orlando and Ai I; Nazworth of Jacksonville, and nancial contribution so that Father's Day gift*Rev. E. D

CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH. p < w burg. While they were here': and Cyril Parrish of Linden : Mrs. Beulah Kelly. I the captain may make a report Robinson, pastor. Mrs. A.

j all 'o (them visited in Tampa !; were Sunday dinner guests_.of: Vacation Bible School commencement the last of JuneMrs.. Chandler, reporter.
3'J'W.. 'c u"st.S1 ike Sunday School 10 ajn. I '
and Silver. Springs. Rev. and Mrs, C. A. Crosby.;i will be held at M. J. White, reporter. ; Allen Chapel Church, RevL.
Bob Morning ,
L..Batlffett-ailnister -Worshipa. -m. -Mix rand i Mrs. F; ''B.>. Cole- j The .children, ,are remaining j 7:30: pjnFriday.. Everyone Ebenessr Baptist Church A. Sampson pastor. The
Suftday- Training Union 7 .Eve ,
School 9:45 'a. p.m. ,
: In. man andsons, 'Mr. and 'Mrs { with the ;
) Crosbys for an extended welcome. are especially observed regular services last Annual Men's Day program
Church!Worship, I ildj45'. m. ning Service 18 tpjn. Prayer .
James Cotemarr and children visit. I urged -to come. There will Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. will be held Sunday starting
,REnV AL 'SERVICESRerivalservicesTrill Conference *at Lake Swan ''to Chi Ittw,__5:\ 9 p. ,m.' 'Choir* Meeting 'Wednesday, ?8 pjn. .Mr.:and Mrs: Don, Eichelsor j Last Saturday night the O.i!i be a weiner roast immediately Willis of Archer and Rev. :, with Sunday School at 9'45
WMS 1st and 3rd
ATGGIEYLAHE. ,,: 'hear' missionary recently practice, 6SO, p.m.CYF, 7 p. ; every' and children -Mr. and Mrs.j'E. Crosbys and Mr. and Mrs. \.following. Each family is ask-: and Mrs. Addison of Grove a.m. 'Speaker for the morn-
Prayer Thursday
7:30 pm.
.returned from Viet.Nam.iVM-: pj Meeting : p. Buddy BrowningMr.. -and John Spence of Jacksonville ed to ;
I supply as many weiners Park among the visitors Rev,;| ing service will be selected
-Rev. J. E. pastor. I
m. Wednesday. : Norman
be heat tors atfthe! Tabernacle included .. faro-1y !I celebrated their wedding anniversaries as they will want to eat. L Addison delivered the morn-. The 3 p.m. speaker will be
-the lOngsiey hake Baptist i children and teachers GRAUAbi with a grilled i Weekly services as usual. !, ing sermon, and Mrs. Willis Rev. George Lee. At 6 p.m
'Church 'from:? Tube 24 through :from the. Vacation :Bible ;AYLESS HIGHWAY ,Taylor .and family enjoyed steak cook-out supper at the j!:Prayer Service will be led by'': installed officers for the the speaker will be Rev. B. j

July 1.' &The evangelist will 'be School at Waldo,.to'view the rBAPHST; CHURCH CHURCH SCHEDLUE family picnic at Gold'Head home of the O. E. Crosbys in.I.Mrs. C. C. Crosby Wednesday!' Home Mission department. Williams, former pastor 01

'Rw'.iBofebyiPerry: of the '2nd painting and visitors also 'Sunday' -School, io a.m. > Sunday \School, 10 a. m. Branch 'lastTuesday.. Starke. Attending the cele- : at 7:30 pjn. i I Mrs. A. Chandler president! this city.

.Baptist ''.Church ..Bockmart frOnt several1!'towns in''Florida miomtag vWorship, 11a.. m. Morning Worship 11 ra.:m. :Miss Patty Parrish.celebrated bration were Mr. and Mrs. J.I I Thought: "Depending on of the Women's Department,i i All members are asked to

Ga. vbegin I I and other states. Training Union., -'6:30: ,p. 'm. Training Union, 6 p. m. her> -17th birthday anniversary 'R. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Mead their actions Christians are : asks all members to attend J please make or pay YOU!

m1cwID: ; :at p. Mrs. Elmer,L. Johns of Evening' Servic ; '7:30 p. m. Eyentog,Service, ,7 spin. .Prayer .with a party'at her I Lewis" Mr,? and> ., Mrs. Cary I either libels or Bibles." i the meeting on the second; pledge Amoney. We are hoping

m. 'with; special ksfnging"eachinight. Apollo Beach was soloist'at Prayer Meeting Wednesday meeting Wednesday 'p. home last Friday night. On iI I Sunday of each month. ;, to make this a grand day Ira

directed: by Jimmy the morning service last Sun- ,p. m.-Rev.: C. L. -Redding, m. Choir practice Wednesday Saturday night Sharon and !!TT Y T! T TTT.TT TTTTTTTTTT The Pastor's Aid Club donated -, Leggett, chairman; Hembnck

:Crosby day. pastor.'CONGREGATIONAL. 8 p.m. Karen Griffis .surprised at Patty their JNEWS:;pF NrEREST:; TO COLORED ,$1,2 to the pastor as a :Morris co-chairman.
with another party
'TheHtpastor'ftev.: .
: Huey Per- r ,
extecds LAURA BAPTIST home on Kingsley COUNTY
txy. Our Business
:everyone to/attend.j. ( HOLINESS CHURCH (By Elizabeth Givens 1LASTat'a
DeWitt -Stoatz of Vero )
Sunday School, 9:45: ajn VERa I "If It's Glass We Have It"
Beach recent .visitor
rNorth 301-2% i miles out of was a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi A AAAA..AAAAA&&A& VISIT
At THe.Tabernacle Morning Worship 11 a.m. ------------ CALL WRITE or
.tovra-on left of the road. .with his 'brother-hi-law and ,
<<--" Convalescent :Home service, 3 Young People's Meeting. Sirs.'Inez.Brice sister Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wil- ".Recreation Program i I were baptized at SJlver I FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

Tirii g the ,past ,week several to 4 p.m. Evening Worship, Friday, -730 :p. ,un. Sunday; 1 kinson. The Summer Program is Springs as a climax to the ;: :

members ,of ..the Gospel 7:30 pjn. Wednesday ,night 'School, '10-a.m.1 Sunday-Night I .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.... We regret ,that .Edward Ed- still going strong, with a-great; assembly. j 1 /la LASS CO.

''Tabemaele.attend. d the'Bible, Prayer Meeting. 7:30 o'clock Worship, ''1 'p. ''in. Everyone Rev. andrMrs.,J.,E.-Norman enfield tonfined to Daniel number enrolled. It is to be\I Bethlehem Free Will Bap-! .
-- cordially invited ito -attendRw.iCarl visited in Deland last .Sun Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville remembered that children i tist Church has started its ; (NOT ) "
.Sdmoridson'pastor: and wish him a taking part in swimming are I second week of Vacation Bible ': "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.

YOr. TELEGRAPH, /s. .65. day.Richard Redding rof Jacksonville speedy recovery. expected to bring along their School with Miss Eline Pin- i > We Design Modern Store Fronts

; \, spent the week with Mrs. Doss Higginbothamwas registration blanks filled out ion, Miss Mary McBride and i iIrs. Just Mail ,Us A ,Pattern For

.DY4 /,a /,eon ,32 .news standsin ,SEVENTH DAY James Norman a, recent .weekend visitor and signed by their parentsor '! Gladys Blye in charge.i Table'Q'ops(

1i ADVENTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johns in Jacksonville and while there guardian. Parents, please ''We feel that the program has L 1313 N. "'. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla.'Phone,FR2-4353
Star fee-erne/- / surrounding and daughter were visiting attended 'the graduation of keep Qur program safe for our been a great benefit to the .
I. Sabbath 'School [Saturday] children. Do not wait until -
Mrs. Mary Johns last Sunday. rgranddaughters, Elaine children. They have enjoyedthe I.
X9:30 a. ,m.- Morning ,Worship. Mr. and .Mrs. Warren ,Johnsof ,Higginbotham and Eleanor something' happens to start Bible classes as much as SHOP ANYWHEREFOR
-II a.' Located between Wilson being tsareful. 'Parents are always -
Jacksonville were also Sun- Johnson. we have enjoyed teaching

.Road and Griffis Loop. day guests of Mrs. Johns. The Coleman -family enjoyed welcome to go along them- We hope that this will NEW OR USED

t fE. L. Marley, pastor.. Phone Miss Yvonne and Jenny a picnic at Kingsley Lake with their children and take "be the beginning of a pro-

] 'O'W i'9641324. Gaskins of Jacksonville visit- last Thursday. part in the program. gram that will continue Then Come See ,List

ed 'relatives here this week. Mr. and.Mrs. Henry Caruso Swimming is held daily through the years. We are t <

JJ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Mrs. Dora Crawford is vis- announce the arrival of a from 8 a.m. to 12 noon: Other grateful to you for sending PEAT
; CHURCH iting in Tampa. baby daughter, Kelly Rene: features of the program will i I :your children out.-Mary :McBride I ,

t 390 N. Church.St. Mrs. Jean Gaskins and 'on Monday, April 11 in the be-arts and crafts! readi gto_ I I reporter.

James Norman were Sunday Baptist Hospital in Jackson- develop skills, outdoor and indoor New Bethel Baptist Church I UNIVERSITY GHEVROlET

II 11. Walton Grady Minister dinner'guests of Mr. and Mrs. ville. recreation, and teenage Rev. A. Vinson pastor will

II Sunday School, 9:45: 'am. T. F. Gaskins. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caruso hops on Tuesdays and Thursdays hold regular services Sunday I Your Authorized Dealer

I. I I Morning, Worship 11..ajn. 'Miss 'Maxine Redding and and baby daughter moved this from 7 to 9 p.m. with Sunday School startingat 215 S. E. FIRST ;;QAINESVILLE
f Evening Worship 7:30: pjn. home in,the Transportation will be pro-
Miss Sue Brice tare spendingthis week-to-their new 9:30: ajn. Morning Worship
I Thursday Choir Practice Meadawbrook subdivision in vided for all students who
I' week at GA. Camp rat .at 11. Women's Home Missionat

r 7:30"'\ p. m. Camp O'Swannee near Bran- Jacksonville. take part in these programs 5 pm., and BTU at 5:30. AMBULANCE SERVICE

Mr: and -Mrs. Lacey .Brown when the bus makes up its Evening Service, 7:30.: All .
1 1I I t, 4Wr L >EVSRGREEN ford..Mrs.. 'Mary Johns visited have .returned. from Green- -regular run to pick up children members of Choir No. 2 are PHONE 964-2600

t'i% I II ::the 'Lord's Supper 11 a. m-, relatives in Jacksonville last vill .>S/C. after carrying their who are going swimming.For asked to come to choir rehearsal -I De Wilt C. Jones Funeral Home t

l :Evening Assembly 'Worship. week. chiraren ;there to spend the convenience in getting information on the following datesat
Funeral Director
'DeWitt C. Jones Registered
i 6:30: p.m. (Those I attending the :wedding summer with relatives.Mr please contact Prof. 7:30: p.m.: June 28 and

I, i -.WednesdayBible Classes, of Miss Vivian Redding and Mrs. Homer Thomas Eddie Thompkins at RJE July 5. Starke, Fla.

i I 'and Warren Johns in .Jacksonville and ,family drove to RoanokeAla. High School phone 964-8371 All members born in June RENTAL SERVICES

: cjL I Ii ;BAPTIST CHURCH : -Friday night were ., .last weekend for a visit or phone 9648451. Or you are asked to see your birth- Hospital Beds, :Wheel ,Chairs, Crutches

i. HEILBRONN Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gaskins ,with 'Mr Thomas' mother may call 'Elizabeth Givens day captain and make a fi-

,, ;'.. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl :The children have remained Walker-at 9691352. -

-I Ii I I r Sunday ,School, 110 a. m. Mosley and Carol Jean;Lour- there for,a several weeks visit. Club News

I i i I Morning Worship. 11 a. m. in Redding, Miss Elaine and The Fiesta Social and Saving _

s! I Training Union, 7 p, m. Maxine Redding, and Mrs. TTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1'Bayless Club will have a picnic j:1. MHER M ,

i Evening Worship, :8 .1p. m.I Russell !Redding. Saturday June 23, at Mag- 1I'1It dlffjJ'j .
i t I / RI I Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, .HiwayBy'3Irs. nolia Lake. The president asks pI; .
I In the absence of our pas j "
: II rv'i I II I 7:30; p. m. Rev. Joe I oop. all members to meet at his l/IeItMf/Il/J
I II tor, ,iRev. J. ->E. ,Ncrman, we i .
I I home at 12:30: Saturday. The CLUB '
I II were glad to have Bro. Paul A. C. EllisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA '
I / 1 {CHRIST host will be Mr. and Mrs. Ba- :
'A. Travis of Keystone preachfor
I, 3 Miles South. on 301 1
i I us''last Sunday. He \was ker.The f
Sunday Bible Classes 10 Carnation 'Social and I -
I I 'pastor .of the 'First Baptist and II
The T. N. Normans I
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a. m.'Assembly Worship-with Saving Club met Monday
I j jra Church of Pinetta, and may Mrs. 'H. 'M. McRae were visited {
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting night with the president, Mrs.
\ be heard at the Raiford Baptist 4
Saturday by ,
I Wednesday 7:30: p. m. -W. Brooks, in charge. Mrs.4i
1 e'arearw..y. a. \STTOTHSIDE CHURCH OF Church-= on Sunday June ShUltzand daughter Mildred, LealarMaeSuggs hostess., I .'.. .r / L, p 1I

1i'e.t' 7:30 rpl: :aa. 24. Uf Pittsburgh 'Pa.: ''also 'Mr. 'Ear 'Surgery I i

1r I and !Mrs Robert Myrick and Annette .Barbara Shell will ,
rE t TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' children of Starke, and Mr.
A H r 1 PENTECOSTAL enter .Bradford County Hos- ,
I and :''Mrs. Robert Taylor and J
I pital on .Sunday, June 24, for J
t>LtE children of Raiford. .
W ear surgery. She is a former .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nor- ,
321 W. Brownlee St. : T student .of RJE school and

Sunday School. 10 a. m. By Mrs.. C., B. Nolan. man and family of Oklawahawere the ,daughter of Elmer and
1 t : Morning Worship, 11 a. m. l AAAAAAAA* l AAAA 4 AAL the Edward Sunday Normans.dinner guests. of Ozora Shell former residentsof 1 I Why Not JOIN? ti
this convenient j I Evangelistic Service 7:30: p. Bradford County. Friends -
heir 'in 'qrli .
get paper Mr. and ;Mrs. Gordon Jones
i '
m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs.Don'Eichelsorand and former schoolmates are
'of carrier boys children of Calif and daughters spent last week dur i When you close up shop for the day, turn .
wajr--f:: ; our or i 7:30: p. m. Saturday Poway invited to visit Annette ,
11 from their favorite newsstand. I Youth Service, 7:30: p. m. -,- are visiting Mr. and ,.Mrs. F. vacationing in South Caro- ing this week at the hospital.i over your cash receipts to us- via our Night

f \ I David T. McGhee pastor. B. Coleman and family. They lina and other points. This She now resides at Daytona' '
vacationing Depository. .:Knowing that they are here,
q'. d: will leave next week for a week the family is Beach.

,te.readerQfJ1ow1prefe 4 lto get.their. tpaper .in. this BOAT RAUl BAPTIST visit in New York before returning in South Florida. ,Friends schoolmates, and safe and sound, rather than in your dart .
j Pfc. Marty Crosby is on a : 'I
'Y xt!b4n 'revive through vthemail. ,In \order 'to :CHURCH to California. ten-day furlough from Fort class mates are sorry to know., and. deserted place of business, may well
Sunday School 10 that Willie James Randolph'and
; a.m Friends of Mrs. William
serr c II('ouhetter,>yftu \\illifind. //Telegraph 'waitinglfor Morning Worship, 11 am. Padgett will .be interested ''to Benning,.Ga., visiting his pa- Chester Crum met with 1 help you to slumber: more soundly. .

/ you each week at'ihe'following, places I i Training ,Union, 6:30: p. m. learn thkt she is improvingfrom rents,.ithe, Floyd Crosbys. Mr. .accidents. Willie is convales-
I and Mrs. Herkie Johnson and ASK US! FOR DEPOSIT INSTRUCTIONS I
Evening Worship 7:30: p. In. her recent illness and cing at home, and Chester is i I

Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, has been confined to st; Vin- baby son of Cocoa were week- in the Medical Center in 1,
'' t #' 7:30: p. m. cent's Hospital for several end guests of the Crosbys. Gainesville. We all wish for
;''Starkei ; Mr and Mrs. J. H. Rauler- !I!
weeks. them a speedy recovery.
,f '" iShuford son and son of Gainesvillewere
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BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and .Church NewsJehovah's
Mrs. Bob
Service-Sta. : McClunghad
Ifiu&'s ..Grocery Sunday dinner guests of Witnesses of Cir-
1 rl t'Service Sta. I : as recent guests Mr. McClung's Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly.
*ciore.City ::1 Sunday School 10 'am. cuit No. 34 concluded a suc- I .. .
Lrospj-s parents, Mr. and Mrs. .. .. :... .
.. tOscar Store Little -' -- : ,: :: ,:: :- --
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:Carte s :: ; ;
? Speedie. Crosby : :
; I Preaching, 41 "a. Training ; '
Fish Mkt.{ C. O. McClung of .Parkersburg Lake cessful three-day assembly on ,. : : ;KAc I -S- { / I : : Il :
Butler : i
is spending this ,'A' N 'TiIR E 1J'
-ConeyIslandFarmers; Heilbronn t I Union 7:30: p.6:30 m.: -, p.Jos.m.Norman Preaching, nephew, W.and Va.niece, and, Roger also and his week with the 0.. E. Crosbys light Sunday Temple June in 19 Ocala, at the, according Sun-- ___ ._ '__ _____ ".., ,: .> _' -, '_ '" :,\n,-;.- .. '-.---_. -- --. .. 0,.__

\ SupplyffwroerVService Red dish's Store pastor. Rocky Smith, and his broth- Garden Jake Parrish of Winter to Willie McCollum, presiding -- One Of 30 Banks Qf The Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp
Sta. Wednesday Bible study. Mr. and Mrs. Billy minister of the local;
N and sister Mr. and
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Suwannee'Store I congregation. T w e n ty-four
Albert Mootyndrews I
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'!TYY YYY YYYYYYYYYTTTYTYYTTYYTTYTYTTTYTYTT' Swim ProgramOf I Lightning Kills TTTT YTYYYYYyyyYYYYYT'.MElRO'SE' three week tour of England, Mr. and Mrs. David Hinnant of Alachua spent the weekend I and."Cathy. Webster; 10th 1 I Ir.a4e

KEYSTONE Keystone Rotary Carol Baker's 1 Holland, Germany,, France, of Midjd etmr.g spent the weekend with his parents. Mr...... ,and-- .,t I ? Marian Bass Ellen
HIGHLIGHTSBy .I ? ; Italy and Monaco. with their parents
.Mr. Mrs. Jack Tyre. .I Sjg-ott, Apn Bowen: Elsie Jancrance'and {
Set For July 9.20 4-H Show. Steer Mrs.. Emma Shields and Mrs. and. Mrs. Albert Hinnant and Bill Gannon. is mending a"I : } Sue. Dull; 11th 0I -

Mary K. Schaeffer By Kirs. Alice RotIbanmerU.AAAAAAAAAAAAILAAAg'\ Stenna Hiler of Hollywood ,, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morris. broken leg in the j4jj it de.TrudieFaye Morn...

The annual swimming pro- Sad dews w%$ awaiting Carol spent; the weekend with Mr. : Ed4ie a. thhanun: r spent Center in Gainesville.. ':'. I Virginia. E>rd. and Margaret

.....u J.j.:&.& '.& A*..& '..&..&J..&.-&.&.-&-.&.&--& & &... ... .. .. ALA A A A A LA--LA'-.LA.... gram, sponsored by the Rotary Baker, Lake Geneva 4-H and Mrs. Dick Logsdon and the week with his uncle and ; Mrs.. Do vie Ai4errnan< 'oi'St. ; Sl&de) ; and 12th grade, Oleda ,
-A Hole In One! Club of Keystone Heightswill Club girl when she returned i Mrs. Jimmy Price and Marian children.Mr. I aunt, M/s. Larry Augustine s p ent Thursday Bowen, Rose Cook, and Larry V

Well, it has (First Baptist VBS be hela] from 1:30 to 3:30: I home from the 4-H Club Fredncksson spent Fridaj''Ii and Mrs. George Thig- Thompson, in St. Augustine. with Mr. a\1q< Mrs. Bunyon I Strawn. .Names of students
happened. On p.m., July 9 through July 20. Short Course in Tallahassee i with Miss Fredricksson's pen of East Palatka, Mrs. Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hen- Kelley. Roll" in the
June 15, at Concluded With I making the Honor
approximately :
A fish will be held Fri- Harris of and
fry Welaka
last Saturday. dersqn and. daughter, Angela, available.
3:20: p.m. Robert Menzen hit grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.. ] i The White Elephant Thrift 8thtogradEWwer not
J a hole-in-one on Hole No. 2 SpeciaJ! Program day afternoon July 20, to Carol who had the reserve Fredricksson, in Jacksonville i I Mrs. J. V. Ford oj Palatka ,, Sharon t Henderson Pat and Shop, sponsored by the St.
\ at Keystone Heights raise funds to pay expenses ojf champion in the 4-H divisionat Mrs. Pat Glisson and spent June 14 at the home of : Gail Gay, all of Jacksonville, Williams Catholic;Churchfls !I| TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Country Commencement exercises the program. Awards will also the sfate Fair this year their parents, Mr. and Mrs. : spent last Sunday with Mr. I
Club Golf Course. far daughter, Melanie, spent now open for business on Fri- MELROSE
aswe terminating the Vacation be presented at that time. R. M. Cason. The occasion .
Bible arrived home to find that the was and Mrs. W. W. AdoUSQQ an4
or anyone else knows, this St, @gustip i I daj and Saturday from;; ara.
uas 'the first hole-m-one in School of the First Bap- It is estimated that more steer she was currently fattening Dick Logsdon attended the'' the 87th, ..birthday)' of- Mr. Ca- I family. Sharon remained' for. to 5, pm.; Sundays10 a. in- Church

the history of the' : tist Church 0 f Keystone than a thousand persons have for next years, (,ir had QIss Blowing Convention in1 I son. I an extended visit. I.I '. SchooL Jl:45 a. m. Morning I
hich dates course, Heights were held Sunday received swimming instructions been killed. by lightning tha.t Washington. D.C. for1 nine'' Mr. and' Mrs. hUliR Krora-- Pat Glisson spent Tuesday ABake Sale was held Sat- Praxef'a 4 Sermon [First

1&25. It far back to about night.Registration since the' Rotary Club struck the home o$ her parents S | er ar visiting 'in Melrose for I with George Alderman at Co- I,,: urday bj members. oi the, Sundar, Holy. Communion]. 6
,I surpasses Ray !I I I(
Starnes'' "eagle" on Hole No. during the started the program several Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker daysMr.. and Mrs. R..F. Simmons: : the week.-They plan to returnin I; coa. I II j I Church. pjn. Episcopal' Young. Church-
The of the *
school was around 150, and years ago. Anyone who is six Friday afternoon, about and Mrs. Lee'Williams "of'' August reside. on SantaFe Mrs. Tom Torley and Mr. winners:! Melrose nien. :

4j We( And have did reliable it really witnesses happen?, the average daily attendancewas years of age or older is elig- 6:30: o'clock. I Dundee are visiting ;n .cV"<<;: Lake. I and Mrs. Victor Torley of I II ( Duplicate Bridge Club fox last S ;'Holy Days' 10 a. m., Holy \
Myron Prevatt 126. ible, to enroll in the classes. The steer was penned behind .,. necticut. 45 .01\-1 Mrs.; Frances WIn and sons, I Tennessee; are spending the I II" included the following Communlop..

Muhlhofer.. And and. Wally the Mrs. Lois Williams servedas The oldest perstn to receive V an electric fence and it Mr:: and Mrs. 'Fred Mobdjr'an '' of Denver, Cob:"' are visiting I week' \ Melrose. I ladies: First place, Mrs. ROland The :ft y; Lee W. Heaton,
now director, assisted by the is believed I of Gen. and Mrs. R. Bryan and Mrs. Va). Givens ,- : '
question is, could he do it instruction was a 60-year-old that the lightningbolt i (| son ol Hawthorne spent : her parents, Rev. and Mrs.. Guests Vicar. :I't1tonIST
following in charge of various who learned swim. charged the fence P. Hollis are their daughter, ; Second. place. Miss Iva
to so
Heaton. Bill will rem.ain
gain? How goodor lucky Sunday: with Mr. and Mrs. V. : Lee ,I Mrs. Albert .
-can you get? departments: Nursery', Mrs. R. Instructors will be providedby highly that an arc :of current I Y. Crawley. V I ID to spend the summer with his irs, David' Pntchard, %nd Hillyer Third and Spires Alice- :, CHURCH
Stanley; Beginners, M r S. from the wir to t children Atlanta, Ga. ; places Mrs.
jumped the i
Women Golfers Get: Awards: the YMCA staff at Camp ., and Mrs. Cecil R. Hook grandparents.. They spent. ,
Ketchum and Mrs. Helen
Chab Primaries .! .
New' Officers Named : Mrs. Fred Immokalee. I steer. The lightning literally returned Wednesday from aFuiie1' Friday'' at Crescent.City. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tyre ; .
Ellis; Juniors, Mrs. J. R. exploded the charger on th '. -- -. I II helps; and youth place Mrs eMeth W. Griffith,
The Keystone Heights! Wo- Smith; Intermedia Mrs. The Civil Defense rescue fence, and also -Ijlew out Clay County H. D. I and daughter Pam of Jackspnville. -J Ray 'Becker ad\ Ifts. G. M.. .S Pastor
men Golfers' Association held unit or a town police officer : V ""*
Monday Pam's friend, Rosa- Allen, Jr.V V School 9:45 a.m.
Floyd Gilne switches in the Bak ejc. hou Cj. .,. and Sunday :
its last meeting of the season The handwor, which the with a resuscitator will be putting the washing machine 'I Club 'Members I lind Patterson, also of Jack- School NewsStudents Worship 11 a. m. ; the home of the,,prudent: children m .Qe during the present at all times during the and hot water heater out of For, W, R,, ScA5. Enjoy OutingClay I s.omille, ; have been enjoying making the Honor

Gena Chris {ers, on week, was on display in. the classes. commission. Retired MerchantS I a week's vacation at White Roll for the last six.weeks 1 : 5,

Friday 25 June 15. APproximately educational building after Children from as far awayas Carol had be fattening, County Homa DemQAstration !i I .Feather.. coqrt. period of the, school year were: ,RestaurantLAWRENCE'S

Gina Introduced members we :$. present. commencement* exercises Sunday Pennsylvania and Ohio the registered steer sin e Feb. S R. Scales 6% retired Ciub. members'. arid Mjr. an4 Mrs. Herbert Nelson -! All A's. 7th'grade, Diana- Min- ,- S

Senia Elraore their'llUeSt, night. have \been enrolled in these 15, and it was currently valued I grocery store owner of their families enjoyed a d- .' and son, Herbie; enter- ton; 9th grade, Carson John- DINETTE '
from, Jackson- popular classes. & 'wjji r Waldo I< died Wednesday night, 'i taped with fish fry"in their try and
ville. at around $30 She lishtful day at Gold?. Head \ a ; llth grade Carol Good Food Cold Beer ,
obtain a replacement ':as soon June 13, in Alachua, General Branch. Staje Park,' or\ Wednesday yard facing" Lake Geneva on Rothhaminer. All A's; and B's

It was a .ost exciting evening Assistant, Eva Hall: Handicap as possible in order to be Hospital after an extended !, June 13. The groupAmbled V Saturday\ evening. Guests in- 7th grade, 'BiU Harris, Robert OPEN SUNDAYS

,for, those whQ received ,' Chairman, Hilda, Jackson; June 23, were made. Her ready "for the fair next Feb illness.A .. for a morning clujied Mr. and- Mrs. George McGuire, Kenneth Guthrie, 11 A. M. To 9 P. M.

during trophies and prizes earned Handicap Asst., Fran living- School of Instruction will be ruary. native t of Pennsylvania, .win j,followed by a delicious Schaelffer; anc\ children: and I David Brantley, and Marvin \
the V season'splay.Freda : ston; Trophy Chairman Gena held in the Chapter Room at Mr. Scales came to Waldo in I covered dM M?.' and,Mrs. Everett Fox and Spivey; 9th grade Barbara Hy. 21-Keystone Heights

Wyman was presented Christoffers; Trophy Chmn. 9:30: followed by a luncheonin New OfficersOf 1938 and entered the grocery 1230.: children.Mj. McLaughlm, Martha Scott, H .f.f' P1 71I

p with, the Bert/Christoffers Asst., Vesta Aiken; Social and the Masonic Hall, sponsored I business, which he operated I "A hike through the ravine,:' and. Mrs. G. D. Poole I ,

$ Sr., trophy; Eva'Hall received Ways and Means Chairman, by the Estrellita Club. Keystone RotaryTo until 1954., He was associated I and' various games w re :'from. Oakyille Ontari9, Canada "-

.J 'the runner-up' trophy Hilda Pansy Hawes; Assistant, May The host and hostesses for Be Installed for severa.1 years with his son among the events enjoye4j! : are enjoying a vacation in f t

Jackson received the consola- Henderson. I this meeting were Mr. and Walter Scales owner of Scales i during the day. V I Keystone :Heights while, staying I

Won first / fize, with Kathy The next meeting will be I Mrs. Azzie Williams Mrs. New officers of the Keystone Red; & White Food"Store ; Approximately 60 persons a. W ijte 'Feather. Court. !
Redrearn getting the runrier- held Lindsey Walker, and Mrs. An- j in Keystone Heights.
; V the second Monday in j Heights Rotary Club} wiU. be:I attended this outing. I Mrs.: Helen Bruit is, home .
I up na James. Worthy Matron, I Mr. Scales born in '
was W-
September.To I installed at a Ladies: Night M .-- again, after having been quite 'Mfl
((5 $ The'Ringer' Tournament, conclude the evening, j Ernestine Eisenacher, assist event at 7:30 p.m. Friday, nongahela, Pa. on Sept. 24'1' 1' ill 'in Coral Gabies for several i,
S which ran from March 1 the hostess served delicious ed by her officers, will conduct June 29, in the Masonic Ha l.l 189,3. arn\ moved to Waldo 24 Foster at GR-5-2531: or 2-Lt. months. She is' feeling much I 3

through' June 2, was-.wqn' by refreshments. | the courtesy extended to Taking office' at this time I years ago from Monessen, Pa., David 4127. better, we. are glad to report. '

,. Freda ''Wyman, low .net; Eva There will be a mixed two- I i Grand Worthy Matron on wtill be? : Myron Prevajt, president : -j where he was empoyed by the I CHURCH NE.ViS: i Mrs. Evelyn Pu kett's bro- I ; ; V rl'N t

Hall second place low, net. ball tournament on Sunday, June 23. :flans are not com : Wally Muhlhofer, secre- !I American. Sheet & Tin .:Plate I CoqMnunitg Cfeorch ther passed recently. i: ,

Sylvia O'Connor. first ,place June 24.Estrefflta. / plete as 'yet for the observ- dent; Wally Huhlhofer secre- :i Co. : Jun} 24 will: !be, Childre 's folks away extend their
low gross: and three. tied for Club Nes ance of the birthday of the tary-treasurer; and E. T. Mar- :I I Survivors include his widow, Sunday af: the "morning service Keystone '
to Mr. and Mrs.
r second place, low gross; vO'D.ell The Estrejlita Club met at founder; Eastern. V Star, Ro- tin. .N,. W. Hardenbergh, Wm. i J i Mrs. Mary Thompson Scales, oC. the Community sympathy. !

Hennies 'Kitty Martin, and the home'of Mrs. Arthur'''' bert Morris the latter part of E. Baker R. C. Crawford, RObert ;|: Waldo; two daughters Mrs. Church., ;'and,.Dr. A. C., H.ot Puckett.We
p May Brokas.Each of'the girls Lockwood on June 13. Plans August. Members are reminded E. Menzen, and R. L. I Jeanne S. Drew. Wa <\Q,. and will dedicate"-' his sermon tQ were sorry to hear that

c received' beautiful.silver' iden-v- ,w.ere made.. for Jhe Eastern to., keep readingtthis i column -, Walker,.-directors. : ,.. ". .V i Mrs. Bonna'' S. .Newton-' Plant 'Jl1e'5; children; It is Ijoped that 'I Mrs. Ruth Lott, and Mrs. Ha- ROYAL PALM. S S ,. ---
tilication for"further' e- City 'two: "son's, Walt'er: A. will bring"their zej 'Houck, "sisters of Silver .:
bracelets. Star Luncheon on June 23. annoqn... ? .Among the. major projectsof ,; : all cMtdrjen',) ,
r The new slate of officers Election of officers was held ments. the Keystone club are 'I, Scales Keystone Heights, .and parents, to'. both Sunday. School Lake, passed away recently. MOTEL

for the coming year is a$ follows and the following were unanimously : Duplicate Notes sponsorship of Boy Scout Harold D. Scales Waldo; a' and Church. 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts, '

: : President and Chairman: elected: President, The Daytime Duplicate Troop 105, a Cthe, annual brother:, Donald! Scales l 'New: I Twenty faculty members of newcomers to Keystone, have I' '
Bridge Club has changed its i York City, and a sister, Mrs. School purchased the Bert Christof- Fully-air-conditioned 5
Bible I
ot the Board, Zee Tolles: ViceS Mrs. GeorgE: Young; Vic summer swimming pro-,,I the. Vacation #
J} : President and Publicity, Freda President, Mrs. Ira Stringer; morning play day from Ttuu-. gram. The club also enter- ,! Robert' Gibson Monessen, :Pa-: were served,'a delicious dinner i l I fers Jr. cottage, next door to Wall-to-wall carpeting

Wyman: Secretary, Jane. Secretary: Mrs. Azzie Williams day to Wednesday morning at tains foreign students from Funeral services were last week by Circle 5, under I the: Warren's on East Lake- Free TV phoiies'S
I. Menzen; Treasurer.. Kitty ; and ,Treasurer, Mrs. '. 10'a.m.. This session will beheld the University oi Florida each I (\ 2" p. m. Monday: in the Wal the chairmanship of' Mrs. view Drive. .

Martin: Treasurers: Assistant Beatrice Schroeder. The July in' St. Willian\'s''Recreation year. do Methodist Church.: Burial Bertha Jones' with Mrs. R. I! Mr., and Mrs. John Batts Swimming pool

Erma Rushton. Tourna- 11 meeting will be at the homeof Hall, as is the Friday, was In Evergreen Cemetery at 'A. Gaunt in charge. The and family from Pennsylvania Excellent restaurant next door

ment Chairman, Elva Stead- Mrs. Elva Scott'in Keystone evening session. V -| Gainesville with JonesJohnrson Young People of the Church: i! are the owners of the nice I Golf

han; Tournament Chairman's Club Estates, with Mrs. Wal- Winners at the June 14 play I Ir and Mrs. Christain Bartlett I Funeral .Home in charge under the supervision of Mrs.:''1: new house on Pecan Street, course near -

t ter Muhlhofer assisting. |f were Mrs. Ethel Graham and !I! plan to attend some sessions 1 I of arrangements. Mattie Lee Kingsbury' served i.I between the school and Fred ; Credit cards honored

( : OES Plans For Visit 1! Mrs. Lucile Davie, first place; '.'of. the Short Course in July the group. S Dodd's- residence. Mr. Sipe i ,

V. Keystone Restaurant Of Worthy Grand Matron i i i Miss Sally Mansfield, and her': at the University of Florida... ,. The faculty was enthusiastic bW $ the house. J 1250 Cleveland St. (State 60)) 5
V : niece Mrs. Roselle Byorick, Children'Recognize -- Troop 105 will hold a Presen- over the very material -
Dinners Lunches Sandwiches The Keystone OES Chapter I new Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dcy 5S
held its last meeting for the second place; and Mrs. Fern QoodJ, Thvoj tation of Charters and Awardsat furnished for use in' the I an \ children ,. and Mary Ann CLEAR\VATER
Complete Food Service summer on June 19, with the i i Hanson and Mrs.-Helen Egan, "The children of Keystone the City Park. The Order Bible School. Each, in turn, 1 I Schaeffer had a picnic a.t'\ .
To lake Out I next meeting scheduled for S third place. Heights know a good thing 1 1 of the Arrow Dancers from gave. a resume of work which Crescent Beach on Sunday' :5

1 Open 7 A. M.-S,.ML- I I Oct. 2. Final plans to honor Both the Friday evening when they see it. They are Gainesville will Indian1 demonstrate ,was. to ba accompli&ed Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs.I and the daytime duplicates using their public library. j their skills at Dancing the week. The dates are they found it to be a sort of )apd
Closed Tuesday I[ Leota Prosser of the Grand! are projects of the Woman's This makes the librarians complete with full regalia.. I June .25-29. Mrs. Barry Wy- "old home; week," for they ., _.. FREE I ; ,

Btwn. Standard &Heights Gulf ,stationlf'Yltone' I.I Jurbdiption of ,Grand Chapter | Club. You are cordially invitedi happy, but they would; like I The public is cordially man is the director. A picnic met members of' the Thomas # "" tel..t._
j i to join it's a place where I ed to attend. invit-I IItIllllls ..c=attlC8lllt, ...,II J )
of Florida on her visit on I i ; you to see more parent; taking advantage will wind up the week on the : Elmore family, The Lindsay ....
1! meet your friends, enjoy serious of the hoWsof; reading ': Cadets Win Promotions 29th. I Walker family, the Grover s.u.tfMmf UtCll!..
bridge, and have a social ....b : At a meeting of the CAP 1 V .
I | pleasure the Keystone News From Davis family, and Dorothy
'I good time. All need I I Keystone Airpark M o nday
you I Braoch.of the.Clay County LIbrary monthly covered dish Rundstedler andher, children. ,
.. is a partner, a sandwich. and i has to offer. Parents night,three of the Cadets. received supper was held Wednesday, -

I 50c. I have-a.-key role in developingthe promotions. June 20. Mrs. Carlton. Paul I -

Woman's Club News reading habits of child- David'S: was' pro- was hostess for this month,
The Rolling-Dollar Club moted from M-Sgt. to 2nd Lt.;
and she was assisted by Mrs.
ren. If books are not important KEYSTONE .. MELQSE
Luncheons are hitting on all to parents, they are not Harold Snellen,'from lst-Sgt; Michael Hanks, Mrs. Nan Hop- HEIcHTS
_ cylinders, and members and and Larry Carnes from M-Sgt-
:,'likely to be important .to their kins, and Miss Frances Reav- _
I their friends determined from M-Sgt. to 1st Sgt.
U are "
i, children either. There are i
to let no moss gather their CAP BarbecueSet es.Thomas
on Dwight, infant son BVSINESSDIRECTOH't
f many good books that children -
: ; V t_ V project, for on June 29, Mrs. For June 30 j .
of Dr, and Mrs. Phillip K.
parents may enjoy 5'
S. S David Nelson will entertain..I' : On Saturday. June. 3d you 1I
I -
S.' together. You are invited" to Parsons, was. baptised on Sun- I .
V_ S She has invited three guests are invited to be guests "of day, June 17 after the Instructed -, '
4 in to become ,
came acquainted
.. _S SI V who are either winter visitors and then make your library- the Keystone Heights Compote Eucharist Service. !FLOK1ST T I: NURSERY t: iams H, McEachern
1 lor .' Squadron of the Civij Air i
newcomers: Mrs. Welker
The Class
tv stops a habit. Open Tuesday Inquirers' Edna Williams Clemens,Nursery Realtor
S C. Byron, Mrs. Leo Oakey Patrol at their Benefit Outing
meet at 7:30 Choir
through Friday, from 3 to 7 ; on Sunday. I
__ Mrs. Earl Roberts, and Mrs. andbarbecue' to be held at' Practice is at 7:30 p.meach FLORIST-NUK8 SZi Oxer:j600t Vantie, of i
V S V p.nv; and on Saturdays. from ) .Lot on WII1TK SAND LAKE
1! Marguerite Grennon. Mrs. "Ashland. the estate of Col. FLOWER Shrubs Trees'ulouseplants
10 a.m.. till 2 Wednesday. j i 54s, a and homes
p.m. I I S2,20. Ipls on
John Harold Ashley, one mile south. Citrus & Azaleas V&WH
Batts, Mrs. Alma Frost, Correction There will be a celebrationof For All Oceanian! I other. takes. Is
S and Mrs. William Warren,will east:'of Melrose. the Holy Eucharist on 'Fr-1 i Meiroe5PhoneGR 5-2351 Hiway 100 at .Hjllcrest 'IS'I -
V the i, St. William's Parish is now Festivities will' commence'' 3'IlesIast! ot I ', .....
keep dollars rolling. .
22 this :
: day, ,June. at 7 am., Arqrri I I
__ On June 21, Mrs. Herbert the proprietor of tlje Thrift at i p.m., and continuetluoughout : being the Feast of St. Peter.St. INSURANCE V S V Ke8t neReightgNURSERY Contact'Edna Martin Associate.
Shop in Melrose an.d: 1 .last
Nelson will have as her three ihe afternoon and William's News ;
I guests Mrs. Mildred Sutton, week, we think perhaps we evening. There will be swimiming i e. ln4urance j STOCK JAMES IL McEACHERNP.
mistakenly called it "Near- All the ladies of the Parish O. Box 163.
a Phone 4106
H Mrs. Lucile Davie, and Mrs. fishing and skiingas Azaleas 50eI
ly-New Shop" We shouldhave are reminded that the White' Agency Keystone Heights Fla.
Margaret LeBlanc. i ,well as good. eating. Donations ,
Is' II II 3' to 4' Azaleas fwcial $%.0&C-
Elephant Shop in Melrose :
called it "The 'White
will be General Xn&p-ance
On June 27, Mrs. Helen j $1.50 per person. Tic I Material Ayail bje
thereby their responsibility. Everyone Landscaping
Egan will entertain Mrs. Hazel Elephant, creating kets may be purchased from:' Fire Casualty Bonds
See Out floats /91.1''tIt
is turns in : fly-I
to take
BEST McKay, Mrs. Eloise Cook less confusion. So if you are any CAP Cadet. Proceeds will expected I AMiexJ Lines I
Isn't This the Way j
: and Mrs. Helen Brust. Mrs.! bixed up. let us sa ythat the be. used to. keep the CAP plane !I the operation of the shop as Keystone Heights.. 2731 0. C. Games Nursery! S. E. McKay, RealtorLake

i.To Car Fern Hanson will entertain/ Nearly New Shop in Keystone !in, goc< repair for recu$t 1; well as to donate her re-4S-l,: ''I Florahome 6&4HK05 :
a ables .This is a parish projectnot I Front Property. Homflaad
., ei&h.1s sponsored by When It Comes To
S Mrs. Arthur Mannerfng, Mrs.j i work and for other rescue ,
'I Anne's Episcopal Church of an Altar Society pro qea e. ,
The answer is "YES" a bank loan can often save S John Karges, and Mrs. Azzie I equipment. j t INSURANCEGO PACKAGE STORE .
and the
i eights, FIRST CLASS!
,L Williams at a husbandandwife I Cadet To Attend UCLA ject.The
V you important money on your car financing charges. cook-out and evening White Elephant\ Shop in Melrose Ward Bessette Jr., who has' White Elephant is the Geo. E. LaRue Shtjghnesiy2.cJAG IWntoo Jel"pts-Ph. sonWinifred
One thing sure: You tove nothing to lose and plenty is sponsored St. Wil I project' !
by big ways-and-means
been active the :civil AirPatrol :
\ play the last of the month. j jThe' to Heights STOS1 ..... .
Keystone .
\ to gain by getting the facts- and figures.S liam's Catholic Church of Keystone "a.Cdet.. and had now, the.eu4-of-sumiwr af-I -- -
ladies will then roll as Agt. For TRAVELERS I OPEN 8 A. M.12 P. M. DAILY I II
So why not come in and let telj exactly what Heights. Their reasons second fair having been'elim1nated :
us. you their three-way dollars along just been promoted to Insurance Company l H.
it will cost finance i ; the V ,' for existing are virtually.the lieutenant. UCLA for this year. Please |?t Behind -! I I VP4Tg' I ItR
I you to a new 'OJ; usecl car to a goal line. If a dollar-rol has. entered Home-On ners Me1i iy
3 bank loan way. ler hostess calls on you, it is'' samethe support of their in California, where he will it and give it S all= you've : Automobile Fire I A>o ; CRAWFORDSW;

Then make you own comparisons, draw your own hoped you will say "yes". ; respective churches. Both. I live with his brother. Ward(1I got ;! Tel 4692. Day 4325, NiteMi4J1o' Bios Pise Packagg Store'' / Bar ,

t conclusions and act on; your own good judge- Hostesses will please call Mrs. !' shops will sell-items for you I was a member of the graduating Personals". j' i i I IS "'\ i RtjpOSo,!'" j i ep Estate Broker
ment. Hanson at 4193 or Mrs. Egan ,j! on consignment. They will j class of 1962 at Bradford Mr:: and Mrs. William G. Mc- ; I
collect 25 .per cent .and you High School Vette ( the White, Lako Properties -
at 3733. as to the date of your' The Cageis are guests a. I Acreage
i' .. We think you'll be glad you) investigated! party, and the names of your will get the balance. You set sorry to see him go. but pleasi Feather Court, have h.4d as'' Keystone i-REAL ESTATE ; Ranches Business CIty1ms
guests.- i iMclrose i your own price. So bring in'i i I that heI doing so wen ; their.. uest, in turn theft son : Millwork Shop Rental

THE KEY TOI STATE BANK HDC News your reusable furniture. cloth-j I: for himsf If. I William Cu MqYetter; Jr.\., and CABINETS, 'DOCKS I..CJ..P te. O Col1 in1!!"We Talcj 4 Personal InUrc*
ing. appliances, or what have I V A Gainesville. ; V
The )Melrose Home Demonstration Anyone For CAP? his bride from In Tour Requireootntj
? j>IE JBER PJU.CL*' '. Club at their May 24'' you. and dispose of them I Any boys from the ages of The juniior .McVetter was '! WINDOW FRAMES I EEALTO1' ,t"' 3' ;
profitably, for all concerned. a member of the 1962 graduating SCREENS Midway: Keystone Heiffctf .
meeting, voted to recesS'for 14 to 18 to !
A Friendly Bank i in A years aretinted 1 t;
Friendly Community Boy Scout News t University j Hateiaii S #
class of Trim
the .
and Iti CA&C would elroseI1"
Kevstone the months of June, July ; j If you S ,
J V Heights, Fla. August. President Edith. Nicholson -: On Thursday, June 28. at 8 j i: like more information! about ofyloridi'Mr.IMrS.. I Sub Made To Order MORTGAGES APPRAISAZeptQpt l 2I--Opej 8UAda15-
....... j" .. l, Secretary. Belt' ;_ Godley.\ pm.the Scouts of Keystone''the, CAP. contact. Capt- .,Mik j E. L. Carter!1 Kejitot Height* TeU 4245, Hclihte Ztone .Ut'I it. .' 96-Zt1i V



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: .rTYYTYYTTVTYYYTTYYYW j-and. 'Mrs. iBill 'Reid and sons' zf !jMr.andMrg.Markey8un: ; ,Roark. ;They are: eur newest .ejd to go with the Popes ''to ySehool ,last Sunday and:45 of ,i f CHARLES A. DARBY,

KEYSTONECHURCH. I I. of Jacksonville. '::I day". n. night. -.. ,, members: of this. community. Fort 'Walton last-week to visit .thee were 100 per cent mem- ,By:Clerk.:Marian Circuit L. Crosby Court, !fl t t

LA'YTEYI% :i :Mrs. Lavona Dausm' -who ..Mrs.- Mattie Bowell. left' last Starts. 'Vacation' Mr. ,and Mrs.. James Beryl ,bers. The Beginners won the Deputy Clerk 1

I &.... 4..AA..AA. I II j i has been 'teaching at' Clay week for an ,extended: visit _Mr. ,and Mrs. Carl Jones ,Pope. their son and daughter- .banner. Again we say-it is :!i MYRON P. O. BoxKeystone C.J7 PRfiVATT SEE llIN

COMMTJNIT1 !I!'! Hill School and occupying with relatives' in South- .Flor-, .have- started their vacation. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pope time for the older folks to get ;; Heights, Florida !
Mrs. Miner's apartment has ,ida. j They ,work at the Sunland planned to return to Eau Gal- busy ,an-j come on to Sunday Attorney for Plaintiffs

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 6A4"A A AAAAAAAAAAAThe ';I I returned to her home hi Pa- ,,., Mr. an<{ Mrs- Alan Mess- i Training Center .in Gaines- Jie ,sometime this week, and School The house was pretty 6/7 4t /2S UECT1IC GLASS BOTTOM lOAftt

Summer schedule through 1! Vacation Bible Schoolof latka. JUOre. lf oicala were weekend :| ville. Their vacation started their ''granddaughter Gail well filled for. worship servic- ',

June. July and August: Sunday ; -, First Baptist Church is set i i!i, Mr. and, Mrs., C. ,R. Crews :guests of Mr..and .JUrs.A. L. ,last Sunday and will last; for' Saxon, "will. go' with them for ,eswhy not for Sunday'' NOTICE REGISTER OF IVTEXTIOX:F1CTITIOVS TO

School 8:45: !.for July 30 through Aug. *4, and Mr. i and Mrs. Theodore Green' ,rand lam Iy., two weeks. .Also ,Mrs. Jones a visit. School? NAMENotice ; '
Sunday ;
ajn. !
Services: 10 a.rn.KEYSToNE I and Aug 6 through Aug. 10; ('I"Crews.spent Sunday with'th&r Mrs. Mack Pressley and j daughter ,Mrs. Betty ;Davis ,Fathers'"'Day visitors at the I i I' the undersigned is hereby under given the provisions that- !

i Mrs. J. C. Tyre. Mis. Ray sister Mrs. --Alma Crews, in ;d ughter..Becky,.and.'son,Jimmy ; has started ,her vacation too. ,.home.of Mr. and-Mrs-George| NOTICE RKOISTEH OF INTENTiON TO ,'IS.UIE '' of Chapter 20,953. Laws WIL.LIAMSTJEWELRY
Brown, Mrs. -Jacksonville.j : oxJ; :>f .Lake Butler, and .Carl $roughton started 'his FICTITIOUS of Florida, Acts of 1J41, will !
Ralph Wise and i i I Ii I ;I Saxon .Included? Mrs. Iretai i register with the Clerk of the
HEIGHTS Mrs.. Gene;Pearson spent .I lastj i j The'week's .visitors with Mr. .J&iss.Linda Green :visited A-3c !; vacation Monday. JHe works !iGarafalo, of Mt. :Dora Mrs.' the Notice undersigned is hereby under given the that Circuit Court, in and for Bradford '
week *' I and Mrs. Oscar Carter were /Tommy .Cox at !Keesler AFB, at .DuPont provisions County, Florida, upon re- j t
COMMUNITY CHURCH -Gainesville where I I j near Camp Bland- i;:Eriiest Hunter and son Tommy of Chapter 20,953, Laws i iof ceipt of proof of publicatiin of i

..-,, Dr. A.C.,Holt/MinIster ;they attended the ''PTA'/Short/ t'Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Lowery I BJ1ax Miss., for .the week-- ing. of Ft. ,Lauderdale, _Mrs., register Florida with, Acts the of 1941. will j!' this notice the fictitious name ,,,
I Clerk
i of
?lrB. Gtorfe A. Canova Or- Course ,at the University of ofHot: f Springs, Ark., Mr. and I II i .erid._1/7hile/ there, they..made : S-225 Nearly FinishedNow I i.Minnie ,Weathereby of pomI '' Circuit Court in and for Brad-the i' of SERVICE SOUTHEASTERN under which TANK I .am |I, REPAIRS i
i $rs. ,L. Whitehead -of Mine- '.trip, .to .New .jOrleans to : is ford County, Florida, upon receipt -: WATCHES-DIAMONDS
fcanist; :and Director. Florida j I I .La. i near completion S-t pano, and.Mrs. Beulah Saxon of of ; engaged in business at 826' :

Richard Coshman Youth Dir. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Han- ,!' apolis, Mir i.. Mr. and Mrs., celebrate Jimmy's t enty- 225 that.runs down to Santa I,of Oakland Park. They were this notice proof, the fictitious publication name of 'j I Fla.Talle"rand1'. Jacksonville. ,;i All Work Guaranteed" f

Sunday: school, ,9:45: a., : am engaged in business '''
Worship 11 I Martin. and Miss Phyllis Mar- Mrs. Grace Norris of Lacrosse,!i Mr. and Mrs. Eudefl Vaughn know everyone will be glad I'.this week .visiting other relatives 369 Temple Ave.. Starke,' 3417, Jacksonville. .Florida. sole "
m. oWRef'
a. tin spent Friday to Monday Mrs. Harold"Knowlesarid Mr. daughters, were'the Sun- when this. ,road is .complete.It .'J- "and (friends ,here, also. H. Mark Thomas, Box 165, i i Dated "Ihls '!Sth day of May' : .
Youth People 7 pjn. Pio- and Mrs. Garland Normanof; '"day1guests .of 'Mr. and Mrs.'I. will be shorter distance Starke, Fla., sole' owner. A.D. Starke, Bradford Statke, FIa. "
a .the
with Rev. and Mrs. Swanson t 'Overnight guests at :; Dated this 7th day of June CountyFlorida. : ...
tneersr6 ip. 'in.FIRST. in 'Fort Myers. Miss ''Phillis] Miami. j''Hubert Hickson Lake-Butler toJValdo.. and 'Gainesville. ::home of air. and ,Mrs. .Richard '' A.D. 1962, at Starke Bradford ': :5/31; 4t 6!*lpd. -i i it ---'-
Martin in Peters- Mr. and Mrs. Ken Frank'of ; i tGrabam" .Baptist.Church 1. < Mr. County Florida. j __ & i-
BAPTIST stopped S.t. : i ii May ,Saturday were .1 .7 4t, 6-28 .
burg where she .will spend a .Lakeland were weekend visitors | "Mr. 'arid Mrs. Mattox'WardOak.wer i The WMU -will start again !,,arid Mrs.,Sherwood and children MflICE : ,

KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. few days with missionary of Mr.. and Mrs. Richard "; of'Live ""visiting Mr.I L::on'.June. 28 at 7 .p'.m; .at' the ,, ",,of? tHam $ea4.' They .were' IX THE CmCUT COURT OF I Notice' is herebygiven that the following described lands
: ; ; T HIEU IlTIl JUDICIAL: will be sold at Public Auction at 12:05: o'clock noon on the 6th
R. Smith ,pastor. Ralph friends. Carter. j and Mrs.'Terry McDavid. 'Sat, ; church. All ladIef: the.'corn-i. xfroiitto Maine, i i'I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA l.\ day of July, A.D.. 196%, at the City Hall, City of Starke. County -
Copeland Minister of Music Guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mrs. Oscar i Carter and Mr. urday.'Rusell. : i munity are welcome to at- !i ..Visitinghere last' weekend' AND FOR BRADFORD of Bradford, State of Florida, to pay the amount due fur
: COUNTY. IX ClUXCEln0. .! axes herein set opposite the same, together with all costs <*f
and church organist. W. Roberts during the week and Mrs. Garland Norman i "Parrish LargO and :: tend.We I II 'I .with Mrs. Katie' Saxon was :\ 13095 such sale and advertising:

Serv1 es: 'Sunday School were L. E. Roberts and daughter visited Mrs. Hilda Botinger- in !': Julius Parrish and 'daughters | would like. 40 express I i, ,Vivan Saxon of Pompano and John Marie D.Patterson Patterson and j 1 Lot in JfW',4 of -p

9:45: 'a. m. Morning Worship, Nola Jean, of St.'-George, -St. 'Marys,'Ga. -the latter partof I':'of' Dukes were visiting Mr. our thanks to J. E. Keene and :: hiS daughter Sandy, a stud- ,, Plaintiffs i\I SWU as Desc in '

10:50: a. m. ":fjtaining Union Ga.. Howard [Buff] and David the week. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and (.Buddy Chatman for hanging !,ttitatFSU, \ in Tallahassee. -vsJulian- A. Courson and ,, Deed 301 Bx Bk R/\V 70 PC in -

7jOO; p. m. Evening services t I Miner, Mr. andMrs. John Randal Bradley has finished 'attended church services at I', the:. ,new.' church doors.vvvYvYvYyvTYYYvYVl. Hazel Courson Nat Williams S'D: 22 6 2! John & Annie 4'*

8:00: p. m. You are invited to':: Roberts of Jacksonville, and basic training at Fort Gordon. -; Rock :'Church 'recently. ,yyny'Y""Y-" Defendants Williams' 405141SS

share familyPrayer time with II I I Mr. and'Mrs. ?Hal Edwards of Ga. and is .spending a 'Miss 'Linda Jolliff of==Byha- t L NOTICE AMEX'DED OF SUIT E 1,3ofBlkIE d6hFtofLots .. .

I us. Orange Park. leave with his parents. Mr. lia, Ohio 'was 'the'"Wednesday : CLAY HILL THE STATE OF FLORIDA. : S SOFt & Ex RW; .
and 'Mrs. R. L. Bradley. He I to Julian A. Courson and Hazel; In orig town of .
i Mr. and Mrs. >H. E. Priest Sunday:guests Of Miss Shir- iHAMprONi Courson Address Unknown. I Starke' I b.i.caftoTa
will return lor further 'training and ; By Mrs, J., L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
ley 'Linda Green.
and children spent Sunday i 'Linda and to all parties claiming any'' Lot 2 of Blk .15 in ',' <<
ST. ANNE'S-EPISC6PAL with Mr. .and Mrs.'E. W. Williams -. in the ,paratrooper divi I Jolliff left Sunday 'for ,De- i interest b)', through. under or''''' Lor&: Cos SID ilelta Harmon 4 86W5SFtott.ot -
>% against the.said Julian A. Cour- '
CHURCH, KEYSTONERev. ; '[."Hill I S. : .
and family in Wellborn. sion. I land where:shew1ll.attend'the: son and haZel Courson and all''

.\Vm. W. Wont ll, VLar ,Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of At The Churches !Uummef; session :at Stetson I''tAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAA'Mrs I ''Bobby Padgett, son of Mrs. persons have any having right, title or claiming or interest to':' t&W56FtofNi>f Lot 9 of Blk 19 J. A. -,Bell 1745
Grace Methodist: Church John Wilkinson 'spent the in Temples Add
'University.I in the
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. following- described property -
Daily Morning Prayer, 8:30: t i .
5pm. .Paul Dinkins Jr. and David School 9.:45.: a.m. MorningWorship I Mrs.Vina\ Huff and Mrs. !, MeKinney Honored 'weekend 'With relatives at : ;, BlkaEi' Iiot1n ,._ .. i.;:..
am. Daily Evening Prayer Lot 'MV cor 10-V X & .
: : At Here Sixty-four (64) on Oak''' i''
Sunday 9:30: a.m. !, of St. Augustine were Sunday, 11 ,ajn. Evening: 1 Mack Pressley and 'daughter Dinner : Clay', Hill;: Avenue in CRYSTAL LAKE S by 52>!' EV .

Holy Eucharist on 1st and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul !i Service 8 p.m. MYF. each. j-of i < Lake';B t1er were 'Monday I 'Mrs. 'Lizzie McKinneV 'Was' Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Wilk- HOMESITES.I according to j in Dowling SID Marian D. Long, 4Z.17V
plat thereof recorded in Plat i
Wednesday, 8 : 'lunch : "Mr. guest of honor at ''a'birthd YI wOn arid' "the 'Floyd J hns Blk 2 Butler
3rd Sunday each month. : Dinkins. pjn | i guests of and Mrs. BoO;;: 3, r\ge 6. of the Lot 7 of '"
I I dinner 'Sunday, June' 17, at I[ family made to Bradford Crt S/D Charles W. Slade 4lt5:
Mr. and | First Baptist: Sunday :Eudell "Vaughn. I a trip County public re- >
Morning Prayer on 2nd and4th : I Mrs. J. C. Tye cords. Tract A of Westpine
Sunday. Litany Service were Saturday overnight i School, 10 a.m.: Morning Worship =- Mrs. P.. :rK. iDukes ,of tLake I the Hampton Lake home of son last :Friday. visiting -reatfres !- :j I 1 You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED i) SID: Ks; F. 180 Ft J. W. Thomas" ',,15;

I 1 !I 11 a.m. Training trirl.ori., Butler spent Wednesday with I : her son-in-Jaw and .daughter, and going" to the cemetery that a suit has been filed' Tract A of \VestpineSD ,!. .. ijo.: ;.,"; "
on any 5th Sunday Evening I guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L.Rotrrts against in the above Ex E 180'Com 29 6 22 J. "\ TMPias 18.15
Prayer,'5 and children. On Saturday i 7 7 'p m. -Evening ,Service 8 p. I Mr. a'nd?Mrs.T.. ',W. 'Markey. j Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade. : where Nellie's father is cause you! and you are hereby entitled at XE cor of : '. '...4_,, ". ,
p.m. 1 : .Meeting each Wednesday All of Mrs. McKinney's child-, buried. required to serve Plaintiffs' XW 4 of $EJ" run "
During Lent Litany ..and thev attended the 20th m Prayer I -M s. Malcolm Lewis and I : upon W 420 Ft. S 315
'- attorney, whose and
i name
,Meditation each Wednesday : reunion of Mrs. Tye's graduating .8.p.m. I children of Starke visited-Mrs. ren four daughters and two i The Clay Hill Church folks address appear hereon, your Ft for FOB, W'
.Amanda! Lewis Saturday. | sons, were amongthe: 54'there -are having their Bible School written defenses, if any, to the I 54Ft.SIOSFt
class of Andrew Jack-
.730 pro. ; \ for the basket dinner. week. Complaint in said suit, copy of : E 39 Ft toV
son High School at Beauclere I' 1 I". 'We're: sorry tto .rePOrt., that1rlrs. I this which is delivered to you herewith I R/W of RD :200! ,
: ;| It was >Mrs. McI8nney's Highland'Bible School closed X along W R/W .
: : .' H, -H. Mott was confin- on or before the 10th day
Country Club. [ 1 J
ow isev nb-fhli-a bIkay.duests last of July, AD. 1962. I 183.4 Ft W. 116 6 S3
The :
Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs ed\to Alachua General''Hospi ', Friday. high enrollment Herein fall not or a decree Ft to POB 32 6 :22! L.nnf' HumesMERRH

Martha Bales visited Mrs. R. tal -Gainesville several ,days prese'Hl 'wire Irom T mpa, I was 80. Friday morning pro confesso will be entered .L EDWARDS
By Shirley GrefnBROOEK I -
: JacksbnvlilefLkeJButre; ; and nine of those dear against you for the relief prayed I
V. Chatten in Fort Georgeone I this week. We swish her a : r ,' boys in the Complaint. Tax Collector
day last week. ( LAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAA& j I speedy recovery. tlorS ot radford[ and girls made a public con- THE NATURE OF SAID i! June 14 4t July 5 City of Starke, Florida

c un\ ; rShe'exprefisTd-'her: 'fession that they wish to be ',SUIT BEING for the foreclosure -I
. apprftlo2fbr3he -
Mr. and Mrs. Murval High- .
Mrs. Ernest M. Phillips and I Mr. and Mrs. Jack ''Markey : of the lien of a certain !
Miss Emily Tyler spent Sun- and Mrs. Patt Dolars of Atlanta i! wood and daughters of Ander- : pang ''gifts "Christians. mortgage executed by the Da- !
I j I son Ind. were guests of Mr. foft'e odai i rit: .. Leonard 'Norman was able fendants Julian A. Courson and
day in Ocilla Ga. Mrs. Phillips Ga. were visiting Mr. Hazer (Courson his wife, on Au- Appliance Radio Television
is the former Jackie Baes. !- *nd Mrs. T.. W. Markey last and Mrs. Fred McDavid several -: Me1odt. 'IIay<' 'tHas i'J'" dy'-- I I to be with us in church services gust 31, 1961 and recorded in
days this week..T..T."TT.. : :MelcpyMaYa'. daijghter of again last Sunday mor- the public records of Bradford
Thursday. i I j i' County, Florida, on September
Charley I I ,, Mr/Vrid.: M s. Richaird''MayI 1 > .ning, and Mrs. Tim Blackburn l!, 1961, in Official Records
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Mat- Miss Freda Logan of Pompano ,, .. .. I I I.I celebrated her:; l ventlfbirth-] was.also able to be back Sun- Book 22 at page 157 et seq., encumbering SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained
Beach and Miss Daty the above described
hews and children of Jack- I
E. '! day on Wednesday;,, June! ; 13, day night. property.
of Jacksonville Beach
sonville were visitors of Mr. Logan : with swimming party at hergrandparents' Charles Mosley returned WITNESS my hand and the
Johns.about and Mrs. J. C, Tye Sunday were Sunday guests of Mr L ,GRAHAM: seal of said Court at Starke,
lake '
and Mrs. Fred M David and home near home from the hospital last;' Florida, this 31st day of Experts In Each Dept.
afternoon. I Ii Keystone. ig ;..Games .and Friday and is recovering nice- : :May, A.D. 1962.

Clarence Rosier and familyof family. i By Richard CainIAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA&AA j| gifts followed the swimming ly. '.
-this-question: 'Palatka visited *1.11'and I Ir -ilr.jind .Mrs.JVJM. .Yickery I and refreshments 'of homemade We are sorry to learn that FOR QUICK jjj Gay's
Gainesville visited '
of -
and family
h "All year it's 'Open Season -I Mrs. Cedric Rosier and family ice cream, birthday Mann Griffis is in the hospi- for.the best ;in... DEPENDABLESERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green L _
on tough luck for a I during the week. Mrs. Kate Starling along cake and punch were served tal again, and that Mrs. Hess .. _

sportsman.. Hunting, fish I Miss Mary Julia Flitch spent Friday night. __ of with her son Earl, this: wife' to .the 10 children present. and Mrs, Cecil Hardee .and pest* I
-Mr: ,and Mrs. Tom, .Chajre! and Home
ing, golf all :have accident L I the week with Mrs. Joyce I weekend I the r *ont: are.lI ,;on a trip: Assisting Mrs. May with -baby are; all on the 'sick list. CALL _

,' hazards. Is.a full lime Per*Futch: and on Sunday-left for: rof Gainesville. were iIts' :;. tq pehver../colof: the ,party' was Mrs... Robert Sunday-morning was another i ,

sonal 1 :Accident Policy thej: a visit with friends in Mont- I McDavid.guests of;.Mr; and -'Terry. :I :>Mrs; 'R. fG.. Smith-and sons, Cox.? Melody's birthday.was onTuesday day:.of celebration for, Jim control! 964.7511 "1R

answer for 'the activesportsman gomeryAla.. .. 'iCarJ.And.Danny.jof Live Oak,, ; .June 12. Strickland. Just: 61 years ago Appliances]
Air. and "Mrs. Guy: Pinholster : Iia fe-been visiting her,parents; /Ch rch Softball.Game i I
? he preached his .first sermon. ervice
'Andrew "
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. ; "his !
visited mother, Mrs. vtwo .
: for weeks, -SMr:,
.and Mj-s. .Followed '
and : .by: Fish .Fry He says it was the shortest
( Charley E. Johns Moore family visited Saturday.the W F'I j!I i|!i Rosa Mr. Pinholster and Mrs. Frank Sunday.,Tinney'j'i iI ;i, J. I?. 'Pierce. {fflie pierces are'i; Sixteen' ,men and boys ofthe .seimon he ever.preached, and .aI AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
the "
proud owners of a new j RA and Brotherhood of the best The church decided *
i 1 one. .I Maytag Frigidaire- Zenith
Agency Visiting Mrs. Effie Miner and son of Gainesville were car.
: | Hampton Baptist Church '
played to sing 'Happy Birthday
this week were Mrs. M. B. !! visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. ,W. Miss Linda Starling is 1
inj I softball at the school dia-T t for him.
PHONE 964-0121 Jones of New Smyrna Beach t i. Markey Sunday afternoon. Lakeland visiting her Aunt; mond ,
131 S. Walnut St. Mrs. Leila Tum rlin, and Mr.| They were, also dinner guests Pauline. j with We ,had 61 in Sunday fer 8 *y r ton* 39i
I I errors outnumbering .
I ---- -. '" ..
'i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish hid I) runs for nearly all the play- ---- .(

as guests last week Mr. and ers. Originally scheduled '

t I THE ,STORY OFTEN 'I r of Mrs.Miami.Sandy Evatt and family I the the boys teams challenging were shifted the men as to, I:, DIRECTORY 7",

':' |I I .Mr., and 'Mrs. J. A. Griffis have some men and boys on ,j) TiAAEA iui !$ .i I

t are glad 'to have Mrs. Grif- each team and the final III

LITTLE ME WORKERS fis's mother Mrs.-Mary Taibi!, score was 2217. After the ; _
""'" -
visiting them from"New York
game, the teains went to the -
jpOCTOR RAILROAOCT City. Mrs. Taibi will be with church grounds, and' .a fish AUTO BRAKES i AUTO SALES & SERVICE::1 HARDEN, SUPPLIES (SEWING MACHINES

:\ i I i; '. i n't this them'had month.:for the the Mrs.pleasure remainder Griffis.,of had-her of fry Personals Dinner supper guests was enjoyed.Saturday at Hull Brake SupplyBRAKE !i i i VOLKSWAGEN .: Johnson(Inc.Complete &. Paris, -t Sewing Machine .

I mother's company' for over a the K. B. Watterson home SPECIALISTS" Sales Service Farla Line of

litlU ft..worVtrt in hit country fins ond foir. year..Visiting were two nephews of. Mr. For Every Car or Truck Miller-Brown Motors''I! SItusPLANTS: : I Service Co.
But if you ctitrith,frwdom-woflw, have o nl] Curtis Dowling'last Watterson and their .families.I tI fuming ,Grinding Relining
Tin littl '1ft workers-Rtddjr wot doing; (in* week was 'his son, 'Pvt- Mal- The While You Wait i I FERTILIZERS I New Home \VUte ,
ociol Kini Woodrow Watterson family FK t.i; .>!! i
UniJ the : it lIS. Main GainmilirFK j Necchl Matt
com Dowling of Louisiana. ,
of Ashville I
N. C., and Hood '
1030 E Ave.
-tj: We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
:Sups( 'Fathn's Day Party Watterson 2-982 'I I Sales & Service
and family of.
Qalnesvlll 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. Repairs On All MakeaJ815
NOlllli"1e free wol.oyaioS.1 Reddy'_ T. H.|Lefevers was surprised Grover. NC, :, stopped here FR 24476Gainesville. I
Along torn f..MrolIl MlaH, "' ailS'''' ', with a party at Gold Heid during a week's, sightseeing AUTO RADIATORS i W. Univ. Ave., Gainesvjh.i } .
,, Branch, State Park last Fit i I 376-1075 i
t I t. 'I through Florida: B & Co. 'I' pROOFING _
& G Motors
i : : : :: .,.. ; day. Those attending the .ev Mr. and Mrs. J. A. WilliamsJr. 'Butle Radiator ill.FI STEREOTop
c .', ,. ent were his children ind'wife ,'ADILL'OLUS'.OBflL I
Faghtlilllefrtewor\. -- and family, son and dau- '
Bvt tK e 8ov....mht' .took.arIk._gdi.tb B.**..*...... .;.! -Jean Mrs. Mary Vi -Ari tof ghter-in-law of'Mr.-and Mrs. Service F83 IULL.MA.V Tunes |_

Graham, and tfohn-R.iUe-- J. A. Williams, have moved to Sales and Service *
\l. Most Moderm Cores In SteeL The Biggest Little Record '
w v fevers of Jacksonville. Mr. I-- Hampton from Miami, and Repairs All Oars Trucks 2001 X. W. 13th. Kt. 441 Shop in the South" The Helzel Co.
.. .. .ta. ,. : .fevers ;is ''the I II FR 6-7M ii' ,
., It.q Ii "'" wa-illb..pI rIItI getJtt proud father jof are now living in one of :the National Trailer Rental Hi-FI Stereo '
: : ,UM.sqahoor......,*""' .nd look.w IfWring I .Jt. / (fcUrMIMfMwoAwiAiMJUrk9riikialM children I Component! Dealer. ROOFING IS
.11; seven and the last C. Lay; houses on the east M9 S.'\\". 4th Av .,:"GainesvilhFR ; Pilotr Harman Karden ; SHEET METAL ;

... t J1 I I two of"his children are twins,I side of town. :2-0496, . CONDITIONING(
Jack and,JOhn. Mr..and Mrs. Sparkman and '
\V. Ave.
Su kitU "I.. worUivfhll the oy*J aniwe ; ,Mr. and Afcsi/F. B. pafis. SLMCA: $11 L'fllon Gainesville',II No Job Too Large Or Too Small
111e.( ,,"t m.lli4DO.! ** f.d.oliz.4-lhsi\.ih&isii_ i;: .Sfere children moved last week into I AUTO SALES & SERVICE Sales Parts Service FR 2-2728 I 202 s. E. 4th St. Gainesville
and children
At Gold -
their farm home
( east of
:?:; ". ". ....., ,,"='" ,,>>___ ., ""Of. :! .." ... .& i I Head Branch,State.Park-Sun I. Hampton, recently purchased{;i i I IMPERIAL CHRYSLER USEDT CARS TOO LADIES WEAR FR 2-1491 '

.,, ..,... '\o' !. day. Poole Gable j
"' 4 -::- *Lut IN'Odl.'UN trae'UICIf ,I from Mrs. Oscar Davis. They j i i PLYMOUTH VALIANT 1 1I Motors
little iN "
fl1 The lOOM"dam been cofiKtmixi-lhal U.m Mly{MK. t :*' .' :",: We hear ,that a couple bf 1 1I have been living in Miami. Authorized Sales Part ;19 S. E. 1st. =Av Gainesville. Cherry' j

r ,, ', <:. ':, .. our ladies"ffijmAround! the Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simmons Service. FR 2-443 I GalnesvflJe'8 Most Fashionable 1[VACUUM CLEANERS:

':.. <* .* ;$ a ..f.IJ., 3' '. I community! xildnt .haft such I drove to Pensacola over ,the Address For Ladiea I, ,

.. .'-' j a,pleasant trip :ito Starke the ', weekend .HawevPowersMotor I .
d4 cIIaM : j last week visiting DRESSES -- SUITSCOATS'
f9w Jittle'foPer1'iH' tbyo'lflllllftt T 'I I All Makes Of Vacuum*
4"All must*!Wflol whiOl-***! t*efe..i.tftIM. I' ). -: ': ,:'.. I.other\day: ; Thejr came baikHioiisla ''with Mrs. Simmons brother Co. I CONCRETE PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES 1 I! "If It Needs Repairs -
: :- couple of teeth but: i and .aist r-in-law :
; 'Mr.
j and
.. \ t. '.-. jJ f' 105 W. Univertity, Gataesvfll*' Bring In To Kirby.'I"lW
: ." .; rreturned.; with a. toothless 1 1I | Mrs. Charlie Edwards. :Retur- FB:2-2581 t USED VACUUMS
t .. (. ; -- :' l fdbth/ache. These ladies are'Mrs7''Albert i rdng ,to Hampton 'for a visit G&mesyffle INSIST THAT ALL YOUR MOVER Authorized ,

t : : 'uiect -sii
: Carl
I .i : .-. .I. JD.Bams. I|- 'Phyllis, and Jackie Ed- N. Ibm ABE THE BEST FROM Gainesville

;,1..J.., .... ,.",. .s j W."Kl: J.' ,Divls ;returnedSaturdiyfrom'Jacksoriville r wards., .. :FBI-Sit. Edwards Kfrby- .
Av- -' f '''' .i1 "' ..- ''I Building "
MayflowerLOCAL ,
.1"lehe-w.-ouu.-*oonod oo*% : ;af- Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill -

: With clrkt or_01in federoIlIorM-lhot Ua.M CfJr CMtfi ., --.: ,. !,LteriTisitin her daughter. Mrs, .ileft i Monday for a few days' UNCOIN'HEitcua: : Supply, Inc. Sales & Service.

., .,. :..- ".,."". ... .-...\ i, ;'.... :' j W,1;.,Busiil per. She was ac- i i, sightseeing trip to New Orleans ,, COMET FIAT .- :METCOR 726 S. Main FR 2-4S44 AND'LONG'DISTANCE
'';'.' .' ..' :. "'- ; '. .' ,compjmied home by Mrs.j 1 I La. with Mr.. and Mrs.j Authorized, ..Balu'-. Servle- I MOVDfa 12 S. W. let GalnelvW.
One Ls Irsi wwbr"- ttpertKWn-vfa-BMi ;; '- .j BUh1o e1.and children aid :, Gainesville. FR 6-7110
j : Ralph Marlowe of Gaines- (. 'pts Storage And Crating :

,. has .also had as guests her j j ville.- Wendy and Debbie Hill :Trained jtfec.nanfci. Ot.4 Galnetri1Je FB I.

j 'tIh"f lt :, ahd.11nor McLoy.'all of Waij Mr.-and .Mrs. Milton Masher i ELECTRIC ,MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES i WELDING I

1 do_ ? I ; while thek ,parents'-m gone.. Barkley* Motors -- t'Lillim'Music .

j j Mrand'.Mrs.. Bobby Was- ;': Mr. and- Mrs.' Joe- :Forsyth.1rs. .);I 615 N. Mala,..Gt.1neJil1e : Store! -I-
.'-IoItIe'- -w"-Iane< 4 They wait_hsft end whw otdwd,and or a iiMd rat*you aArxi ... : this his :
way visiting parents,, Mrs. Ina:Knight .attended the "GaJne me Lea4a- .
i a could hov bM ptwwntod I they'd only s.i fit to agn ; Crane Motor.Co. Repair Co. ,
_And wi tog Htc inMod of IaJ ng"it MMT con kappM to mtf'franl Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Was-i:. neral Friday'afternoon ,it1' Since 1JU Company
t ttion
,. S. : ; :' !Jtor. njdot&er'frlends in. tie ;: Dj al cemetery for Oscar lARKANGLIA KRAKAVEK WINTEB-
; ;
'.... 1I a coJJ III,.. tii Lj: ... "'" w. OF GAINESVILLE. INC. I
,*",. ..What con yo iIIo?Write pwc.,04ln_ omd-,.... 11Pt 10--.1 ... I i wmaiututy,I i ti, and Mrs. Sparkman. Mr. Spart.m n. 59, ENGLISH rouaomttnES CABLE i i Pipe Cdoma* Steel Fabrta*.

'; *biMmII& ",""PT'..-.u...,....)96l Bobby Wasdin reside in Jack- :; of tochloosa, was ,the bus- BELVZ -. VOLVOAtitbortzed cozzrEc't'RIc FUNDS PIANORQANS j Siel 'Repair -.
c r( : "t sonTifle ban of lire. For th i..s1Ster.: 'Sales :&: hericeC1pktt ,MOTOR CBORD.ORdlNSfdttJul l Trailers

F'LORIDAPOWER.. & LIGHT C0; :M t A HY; ...:". NePhnte, *. I ;Mf. and'Mrs. Raiford Kal- 'Seniee,f.. AD .RU m AND SERVICZ Guitars -Drum* Sheet SPECIALOrnamental D88I1.n'- ;
.. New were j ,
'--' ="' phones being ser and daughter .Eau'Ga1- Makel"o&'E. "Distributor .of Music Iron ..p

.. .' .,&NH_-.J UAI.AUl.N I. i_ | '..this past week at the I lic visited here over the weekndwlth : Unhrenitr AT*. New Lincoln Motcn"FE ,Budgets .,_} .svW.
r '- .
I home .of :Mr. and-Mrs. G. D. Mrn4 Mrs..A. .G.Pope. FB ZI2$1 2-8218 .. FP.,$-59Jl 519 S. Main

/, L- --------. ----- '' Pierce and Mr. and Mrs.- Roy 1 .:;1'h!ir: daughter remain- 'Oa.1nm1ne. pi... *-, 1030 B. JlAin. 0a JTlH4 112 ,a.. 2. Pint, Oatuen111e I t i ; .4f-. ,



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..............................,aaA AA&STATE .. -
I family: from Saturday to ghter Andrea, h returned. ,.I inches' apart for the small: clover
for -
his pastures The to have
clover. and sell
The very important i f at public outcry to the j I
Wednesday enroute to Green-' from a visit to Annapolis,I flowered varieties and a full! soil i highest and best bidder for!r -
; FARM I wood for 'a visit with Mrs.Strickland' Md., where they attended the 118 inches for the i andf>capability! map pre-t step even now, is to I I cash the following described
giants. Delayed
i by
-j pared* soil scientists of the get a soil sample to determine property situated in Bradford! Smith Corona and Remington
) parents, Mr; !
and I June festivities and the grad- thinning will result -in Soil Conservation, Service will f I I County, Florida to-wit: 'i
liming needs.
your If
.' By Mrs E. F.. Mayton4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Mrs. W. B. Dickson Sr. uation of Henry Richarde Jr. I stunted growth and few flow- you are Lot 5. of Block 15, Crosby J
I be used-jto locate the soil '
I Mr. and :Mrs. John: Davis from the Naval Academy. En- 1 ; typj j talking about White Dutch do! Lake Shores; in SEVi of'
ers. es on which clover: and other! Section 24 and in the
not 3EU
I engage except the
and children returned any
.k have sign Richarde will report this To '' of Section PORTABLE1t:7
I : overcome the horrors of ;grasses will grog best. Mr.! Township 6 ,1
Miss Virginia! Erwin 'arrived |: home from a vacation with t S-l or Nolin strain. South. Range 21 East, Brad- _
to 1 week to Pensacola, where he i, wasting the plants that; are ,; Lanum also plans to establisha Maurice Edwards Jr. has ford County, Florida.
home Saturday, June 9, relatives in Pennsylvania. I will attend Flight Training | thinned, ,try planting, the: field of Coastal Bermuda I pursuant to &e Final Decree of
From St. Luke's Hospital formonth's ; Mr. and Mrs, J., E. Strick- School. put Coastal Bermuda on one Foreclosure entered in a case :
: seeds about twice, too thick and red clover .to be used for of the few plots of land in pending in said Court, the styleof : TYPEWRITERSSOLD
# vacation. : land and family, along with i :
Ray Murphy, and Mr. and > only on half of the seed bed standing, hay. 'We discussed which is Mid-States Homes

\ Mr.- and M &. J. E. Strick :i Virginia and Bryan Erwin, Mrs. Bill Farmouth and family ;' and transplant the,,' thinned the possibilities of building a I to our it.county This that are must adapted have I Inc.tiff,. a vs.Florida Paul C.cors.ation.Plain Nugent Sr. and-
( Sunday : in grass ;
land and children of Warsaw. spent sightseeing of Ocala were guests of ; plants to fill the entire bed.: stock watering.'pond by locating Vera Lee Nugent, his wife, Defendants .
)I.C. '\! Mr., and j St. Augustine. Mr. and' Mrs. T. M. Murphyover !i This is good sandy soil whereas White and the docket num- .
were guests I garden pyscholj j! a. dam in one of the -j Dutch must have good heavy ber of which is No. 13-091 e
jI Mr.and T&rs.H. M. Rlcharde the weekend.Mr. '
E. Bryan Erwin and I ogy.Often the transplants II ural 'drains. The Soil Conservation soil. Bermuda is a that WITNESS my hand and the
rs. I and Mrs. Lyle Buck and dau- and Mrs. Harold George I thrive better and produce 1 i Service will help with'! grass official seal of said Court, this
responds well to fertilization. j .
?th day June 1962.CHARLES
and children of Bartow were! I flowers .quf k "wthan' the .und the technical phases in the i i thereby furnishes lots of grazI j I A. DARBY ':0 ON
weekend guests of Mr. CLERK COURTBy
anMrs' disturbed seedlings. CIRCUIT
i establishment of water control i I
ing. and is '
a good grass for : MARIAN L. CROSBY EASY TERMS
BUCK'S DeWitt Sinclair. Mrs. If you can't bring yourself, measures if requested the
making hay. I' Clerk
JllMJlE Dr f.JEfi) George and children remained I : (
to thinning, then itis likely, land owner. | .
Watch Hobbs
Your Pecans Harry M
f { )
: :': "HtJ:1fit $#r:::lIGtn"tl4 this week and will be accompanied f the plants will grow spindlytall -!I The other night at the cat-! Attorney fcr Plaintiff BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

to her home this and will fall over when i themen meeting Lonnie Hari -, Referring to Georgia crops | Tampa 211 Jackson 2, Florida Street
weekend by Mr. George. decked out with a giant-size i, ley, Floyd Wiggins, Pat Mil- just once more, and especially -, '-U It
Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Mayton, blossom. If i j around the Douglas area.
you find, yourself ler, Zedra Hamilton> Foster I|
and Harriet and John Andrew in this predicament' then give:! Shi Smith J. Edwards and I I I we observed good and better,
were visitors in Madison Mon- pecan tre s. Where a grove
the plants something to lean Titus Olson
: were standing
day. upon. Green twine attached to around discussing the cow I I j gave the appearance of neglect
,Open 7 Days -- 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. green stakes and strung two- business, when Floyd remarked -j'I! weeds,by and broken pale limbs color,, you tall Specials
thirds the height of the plants that his pastures are look- ;

will help the flowering plants I;,,: ing good'now that the rain could easily guess that fertilizer -,I

GROUND Let's Go to stand up and wave their has started." J. V. said that]!I I had been forgotten.:

v blossoms skywards. Space the:''his stock' watering and fishpond j I I For the past new weeks youi i 15 Foot Admiral Deep Freezer .- $10.63 Mo.

a twine so. as to form 6-inch I i is_doing real good. The i i!i should have been watching

BEEFFRESH .squares. If you, have only a :, water is a little low but,I got'',i the newly-set nuts for attacki : 21 Inch Crosley Table TV - - $29.95

*#h Gardening few spindly plants, perhaps it : fish in it,' Edwards, ,said.. ,The i by the nut case-bearer. The, .

: will be:: easier to stake each' Bangs' program was talked j j I larvae of this insect bores i 21 Inch Westinghouse Console TV'- ,$59.95
and into the stem end and that is
By Hervey Sharpe one omit the maze of about and the feeling was,! ,

POUND Agricultural Extension Service string.. that"if you are going to ,stay' the end of the nut. Three 21 Inch Admiral Table TV .' $49.95
pounds of - -
Inspect the zinnia bed each in the cow business you are, 50 'per cent DDT'
ALL afternoon. If there is the i vaci in 100 gallons of water makesa I
ABOUT ZINNIASTry going to have to calf hood I i
the trusty zinnia, if you slightest sign of drooping I cinate. I I good spray. If you are I 17 Inch Raython Extra Good $69.95

: have about run the gamut of leaves, flood the soil, wetting I f. EmiT Meyer .says he is get-j spraying and want to add a I

Aqc the alphabet flowerwise. it well below the last root of tins -a good .stand of, hairy t fungicide for scab, than you'I 17 Inch Dumont Plays Like New - $ 8.55 Mo.

These giant, long-lasting the plants. Don't sprinkle the j I i iI indigo in his pecan grove. "I I! can add 6 pounds of bluestone'!

flowers are sure to add brilliant -I leaves of the plant, because 1' disked the grove early this j i! and 2 or 3 pounds of lime to I' 17 Inch Motorola Table TV A Honey $ 8.55 Mo.

U color to your garden' you are inviting trouble from year,and it looks like it help-j! this same 100 gallons of Water '

during the hot days ahead.If mildew. If this disease showsup ed the,indigo .to get started,"j You will have to agree 23 Inch Admiral With Swivel Base Save .

you are hunting for the apply either a sulfur dustor he said. I that many times a little bit I f

odd and the unusual, plant the a neutral copper spray. of extra management will pay $100.00

FRYERS Ib. . 27c varieties that present contras- ,For more blossoms, pinch I 1-1# ,. off. I

ting colors such as Pepper- out the bud of each zinnia, WITH YOUR Bradford County Fair I Blackstone Automatic Washer With Stain-

plant just before think The Fair Bond
---- mint Stick and Ortho Polka.The I you Drive is ov- I

6-8 .IBs. Dark Jewel will producea the plant is about to set a t I er. Building plans are under- i less Steel Top, Like New, Save - $100.00
PICNICS 29c flower with twisted and single flower bud. This may, AGENTBy I( way. Out next need is for at j I

spiky petals. delay flowering a few days,I / least 2,000 Fair Association New Admiral 10 Ft. Refrigerator With Full

LINK'"PORK Dahlia Flowered, palifor- but it will cause the plant, to members. A membership cardis I
nia Giant, and Super Giant I! send up two or more flowers' your unlimited individual I Freezer Across The Top - - $129.95 WT
SAUSAGEWith -. "w. 59c are eye-catching zinnias with i and add a massive bank of pass to the Fair next October. .I

I mammoth size blossoms. blossoms rather than a single Mighty good bargain! 17 Inch Admiral Portable TV Like New $ 8.55 Mo.

Zinnias are easy to grow. color head. .
5.00' Food Order I The main essentials are hot Finally for fanciest cut flow- a 21 Inch Philco TV Console Works Like New

I weather and sunshine. ers you have. ever seen, try AOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

PET MILK8 alcan.----$1 So select a sunny spot for covering some of your plants : SALE, CIRCUIT BY CLERK COURT OF I $ 8.55 Mo. t

the flower bed. Next, loosen .with cheesecloth before the > I i
I the soil with a spade to a flowers ,', ,., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'II Motorola Stereo With 20 LP's Free
With $5.00 Food Order I first are ready to op !4q6 a I i I that the undersigned, Charles A. II i $ Mo. /
depth of 12 inches or more. en..The filtered light and pro- r s Darby Clerk of the Circuit' (
t 1
VEG. SHORTENING 3 Ibs. 49c I During the process be sure to tection from Insects make I Court Ida will Bradford on the 25 County day of, June Flor-j

J I remove invading tree roots flowers of super giant size, I 1962, during the legal hours of:
PURE LARD -- yz gal. - 49c I from the bed site. These intruders clear color, and superb quality. G. T. Huggins sale Court; at House the main of Bradford door of County the-!' Discount

: will give you grief later 'Florida, in the City of''
I : by robbing the flowers of I .. I Ir Looking: At Georgia Starke, Florida, offer for sale;
FOREMOST MILK l/2 gal. -. 53c. plant food and water plusstunting I, Took a little week-end trip I -- j

I Into South Georgia and it
growth. ; !
REG. FAB FREE I i away' seems that there are four!
FREE' EIO FAR I After clearing the
With Food Order i bed-site debris, sprinkle the r I crops that mare popular with:i

i area with a generous amount 1 South Georgia farmers. Georgia -
WEBBS LG RICE 3 Ibs. 57c o flue-cured tobacco looks!I STARTING WE START
-- -, of commercial fertilizer. Our Soil Our Strength FORDS
: the plant food into 'the'sol1 good. However' one of the j

PEACHES OSAGE No. 2i/2 25c I and rake-the bed smooth before Sot! Conservation podresf fields I have seen ,'II

With.5"OO,Food Order I! Plant seeding.seed'no'more' than y an; N-E-W-S !.I Most this of season their? was tobacco in is Georgia.about ; TODAY AT RECORD SAVINGS' TO YOU !
i iI
GA. RED TOMATOES 8'cans $1 I 1-8-inch deep and don'tfirm1the ; I: I the growing'stags' of ours- In> I
soil too much. In fact you By Bill. Hau I Ii addition to a,patch of tobacco i ;
i ij
MAXWELL HOUSE With $5.00 Food ,Order i I iI I IC I i i can pack the earth with the i j David W. Jackson and j!' i co on,nearly every ,farm there I Ii r

i i light spray from the garden,;i Charlie Ullman were discus-i]i i was also a good acreage of I '_ .___.___.
0 F FEE -. lIb. tin ., 69c hose. I i! field corn. Their corn is in '| ;;JT
I sing land use while planning 1! I'i
---- i
the and
'' early silking stage ,
zinnia seed
In soil
: warm
a woodland and wildlife 1
BLACKEYE PEAS = : pro- the growth and color indicates |; "
germinate within a few days gram on their farm. It has* ;
.1 c and produce an easily identifiable j j!, that it has been well fertihz- ". "
PORK& BEANS -' 0 been said i.iat a planted pine' ed. The other two crops seen : FORD DEALER "
seedling that most likely stand is a quail desert. With I j
Spaghetti in torn 1 on a 'goOd majority of the I
sauceBUCK'S outgrows the weeds. How- proper'planning it is. possible '
I I farms was cotton and peanuts. :
for fastest flower growthbe
ever to have a wildlife program on
j Pasture grass is divided between -
sure to put out the weeds woodlands. The Soil Conservation !,
Coastal Bermuda and
promptly as they are a hog. Service uses soil and
MARKET Pensacola Bahia, and there
for water and food.
capability and \
maps -i
.; J again it is easy to tell when
When the zinurt seedlingsset plan maps as tools toi I
Half Mile North. Of City Limits 11.} S. 301 1 j some fertilizer has been used I
forth their first true leaves plan a balanced woodland' J
I r
The number of our farmsin
thin them to stand 8 to 10r j: and wildlife, program on each ': :
Bradford County is proportionately >
!, individual farm as well as all
other phase of soil and water smaller in size -
i I I j ,
I and variety of crops Even ,
, conservation. j I I as you travel through other
: H. R. Bissland, biologist I ,
; GENERAL ELECTRIC I parts of the country and see -- -----
: with the Soil Conservation !
j things that are different you;
; Service from Gainesville, is1! feei mighty good when i
:! working in this area on a'i II : WE AIM TO KEEP
back home.
I you come
Whole House Comfort quota weed control and farm '
I II: Pasture Notes OUR RECORD-BREAK. "_
II I pond problems.

,The all electric heat pump-Engineered to fit your needs I\ about Several old folks ponds have for asked fish As,long you ought eS you to have be interested livestock -- ING SALES RECORD ,, j _.

i I ponds. The first step in renovating in good and better pastures WIN? BREAKING AND WE'VEurJ

an old The first requirementis BROUGHT IN BIG BIG '
pond which mJ ,
:! BROWN'S REfRIGERATION"Phone cannot be drained is to start to, do 'your best with what I I' 0 COMPLETE

a regular fertilizing program.II you have.' There is a limit to I STOCKS of6AlAlIESFAIRUNES MlIT'lUSK-.....yy'..r

I If the pond is weedy, 'fertili rates of' fertilization and economic (

969-1121 226 S. Walnut St. ; zation'should start in the win- returns but tIt-to' tnat I -AND FALCONS PICKUPS! LOADED WITH
': I ter. This will produce food limit the proper: fertilizer will' TO DO. ITILOVUOWPRICESh FORD SPECIAL SAVINGS I mGHI!!! now!

M.iI'r ___.-_... I rapidly so that the undersiz-i pat off on your grass. Just S _ _
ed fish will grow faster to! because grass is green is{ no
1 .ti ti ,
: catchable size. It will also guarantee that it is a ,high ,

r-h STARE BUSINESS DIRECTORY |: control vegetation,in the pond I quality,feed. :Phosphorus, pot- :;? .

I I I SO' that the smaller fish will ash; and calcium can ,deter- '. .
!I be eaten by the larger predacious -' mine grass tiuuaIityYou pro c:::: ,
: bably have seen cattle on ,
I kinds.
By limiting the Ii
i I j green grass .that did not re- .. GV .
I population of fish, both types > : ( '
:AUTO. PARTS AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICE will grow faster. If the pond i spend and fatten. We have V .

f already contains bass and i i! had several: cases like this'and I.I -.. -
: Starke Motor J. B. Wright Starke's bluegills, it may only be neces- | a .soils test would' show the I eraFALCONS IIII""" ."",

.; Parts Co., Inc. SINCLAIR STATION' SERVICE Cities Service StationJ. I ber sary of to bass add fihgerlings'at.the proper num-the !; reason If you,for.did low not quality.have a grass good:j J HI6H, HIGH TRADES! SAVE ON EVERY fAlCON IN STOCK!

our Local l >- Complete Auto Settle C. Gardener, Prop. I proper time. As soon as ,the'| clover-grass lb tion. it is i I GENEROUS TERMS!IHiltHA -

jobber F", .NAPA Tim Batteries-Accessories Eve ) Mechanical Service I'i I fertilizing program gets un-f about time that you add some | DON7 PAY A CENT FOR
der way, the pond should be| nitrogen. for good summer
Cor., Brownlee & Clark LnbricatioB Washing General Repairs Automatic fished heavily and regularlyto growth. .If'you'lucre not fertilized -i I 6 WEEKS( WEIL EVEN
542 Madison I
Phone P64-OS01. 964-0811 969-2801 TransmissionsCities remove the. excess of und- I at, all then a 10-10-10
k- ,..-..... .. II UP TO $300
would be
er-sized for first
Service fish. good your
AUTO Dodd's Service & ,
REPAIRS. The other day I was talking application. If it is time for IN CASH IF YOUR /
Earl's Auto Sales 705 I I to L. C. Kelley whose farm a second'round, you probably PRESENT CAR HAS A r
Garage I N. Temple Starke j lis 1 I
i ', I located }n the Brooker ar- will do all right with straight
ALL KINDS Or Rambler Sales, & Service PHONE 9W.9911 'i I ea. about pine tree planting. amonium nitrate. Your need I HIGH ENOUGH TRADE- v.. L ...Jwr.......................

:a.; ''AUTO All Work REPAIR Guaranteed WORK GENERAL REPAmlNOInternat1ola.l Lifetime I .,I walked He remarked over last that year's he had plant-just.!! for tain a plant certain food amount can be of 'a determined cer-- : IN VALUE! fJl.CON WAGONS! 6166EY SAllt6S OM I i THE E BEST[ f1 m:.WITS!

II Pboce .69-64 Mufflers AUTO TIRES ing of pine seedling and even.i only by a ,soil teSt \
I--- Co '1 Walnut. !Clarke FIRESTONE rain'i
with the dry weather had -
we Several growers are,already .
j I Ir Tires Batteries. Accessories I '--
it looks like'he is going to get 1 ._,
TO SERVICE 528 S. Walnut 9643861BUI Starke asking about White Dutch ,, '
Recap Co. i a fair stand of trees. !j clover this fall. Remember! .

Edwards Pappy R4olst Owcef Ifrei E. J, Lanum who is establishing there three I I!!
are important
Brown 1i Recapping for Can> & a cow-calf operationon steps in establishing this clover YOUR PRESENT CAR DOESNT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE AT

la 8tatfonCt Starke 66" ONE DAY Traabl, his farm located in the i i You must fertilize proper-; ).

New River community is cooperating -?| ly. You must have proper j jI
; with the
Bradford ;
I| amount of calcium through i ii il1m1ng. TER.WILLEGARMOTORSI
Balancing & Alignment BATTERIES I Soil Conservation District ini i You must Inoculate 1 j
+ phone. preparing a, complete soil and! I
4'I Phone 964-8881 PhoneU1 seed before, planting. If you'
h 'reh water conservation, farm plan 1 do these ,and'i ,!' 206 WEST ,3IADISON ST. T.94f,3381!
.. C17 N. Temple. StokeS SOl South Stork ;, three' thlBgs* .lWt9
j for his farm. .. _
Be plans to use i then make your arrangements i t '-
Pensacola BahIa* and White i for moisture ought 1 \
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