Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01597
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.f / In Circuit CourtCharles The hottest spot of dirt in Bradford County is a '-:"\ -\ MU NRoe VdINNz \

wedge-shaped triangular remnant of 730 square feet I DIl.1)

(more or less) at the intersection of Madison and Mon- ..sT t _

1 k }: Welch sales man- roe Streets. : PARK\

: ager of American Heritage The prized parcel was left as excess right-of-way

: Homes of Jacksonville will be from'the re-routing of U. S. 301 south from Call NEW I LOT

I held to answer to Circuit Street.

I1 i Court here on two be u. s. I
//1, counts of The parcel itself is hardly accepted, departmentsaid.
I grand larceny in .
,. connectionwith large enough for a hot dog
mortgages his firm ob- stand, and its peculiar value The. auction, however, was 301; I ImI
# tained on property owned by never held. II
? lies not
: so much in what it
I t Ed Strong, aged Lawtey Ne- is worth itself, as what it Under date of March 18, I

gro.The may mean in the future to Andrews received a letter I .

.. .. decision to turn the the person who has title to it. from JR, Bielling Jr., Dis-
I b.. z"""". ( '-- ., ._. ._ _'__._ _._ '. ,;': l :I.;I charges against Welch over to Thereby hangs a tale. trict Chief, Management and I

thronged Call Street last Saturday to watch Brad- At Berry Festival Circuit Court was reached With the new route of 301 Disposal Branch of the State I I IiI
;M lard. Tuesday !by County Judge T. Road Department, stating that
County Sheriffs Fosse participate in first annual Strawberry cutting through east of the I
'Festival A. Yawn after several days of old Winn Dixie store, the Road the proposed sale had been 11''

j deliberation following a pre- Department closed the north cancelled. No explanation of I II I II

Merchants Growers liminary hearing here' last I end of Munroe St. at Madisonsee this change in plans was
I Thursday.At made. I 5.3" FT.
nay?,. rWr [ map] in order to avoida
w the hearing Welch admitted five-point intersection and The latest development in fr.J
.m that his firm had recorded its the complicated matter came ''ai> MADISON
resulting traffic hazard.
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two mortgages bear- Sidewalk, curb, and gutter at the April 2 meeting of the |1I 1- 100
j Have A 'Blast'King ing the same date and total- I County Commission when the I
were installed across the north Utility
Dept. Untried
jJ J -, f lean f, ing $10,686 against Strong's end of Munroe closing this I board, at the suggestion of its
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property. He said, however, entrance to vehicular traffic. attorney, H. V. Knight, instructed

rti Strawberry was back A pint of berries was given that the last mortgage was Traffic from Munroe now the clerk to write

itlksal 1 on his throne last weekend as free with each $5 or more obtained as a "replacement"mortgage flows into 301 through a new the State Road Department Council Refuses Clerk'sRequest

t area residents thronged Call purchase. when Strong decided :: connecting link approximately requesing that all excess right-

tI I Street Friday:: and Saturdayfor Sawyer said that the mer- I I he could not afford the I II HO feet back from MadisonSt. of-way on the U. S. 301
I i",1 the first annual Strawberry chants were very pleased with : $44 monthly payments called ofI 1 j;j:I [south project be deeded to Billing JobIn

| Festival, sponsored by the the success of the first festival for in the first instrument.The Consequently, there is a'l i|. the county. This, of course,

i I Starke Retail Merchants As and that plans are, already in first mortgage obtainedon portion of Munroe St., 50 feet i. includes the triangular wedge a special meeting called ing that could arise at a later

sociation. the making for a bigger and Strong's property to cover wide and approximately 110 and would mean that the by City Clerk Merrill Edwardsto date, and also leave the new

Donald Bennett of Lawtey, better celebration next year. construction of a concrete feet long that is no longer county would fall heir to the iron out the bugs in the department as you have estab-

whose !beautiful entry of king block shell home totaled $6.- feeing used as a street. It is east side of the unused por operation of the city's new lished it with the one excep

a- size Albrittons won-top place 5,807 Flats 336. Welch said the other reasonable to assume that this tion of Munroe St., if and Utility Department, the Starke tion of the billing. This, we

in the best strawberries contest mortgage, which totaled $4,350 will eventually be closed legally when it is closed.In council refused the clerk's request feel, is the correct move to

$ .4I: x received a total of $51 Sold and called for monthly pay- by the city, in which his original letter to the to move the billing ma- establish the new departmentin

1 Donald for his 12-pint flat Figuringout MondayIn ments of $36 25, did not cover department Andrews said the chine back to his office. an efficient
Bennett (center) shows sample Albritton straw- case half of the area will revert manner.
berries at about $4.50 per pint, plumbing, and wiring which _to the closing of the north end of Edwards told the council "This recommendation we
that owner on
won priie in the
Other festival judging contest. $25 of this amount represented Biggest Day Strong decided he wanted to each side.Whoever. Munroe St. "has deprived me I Tuesday night his office is:. suggest to you from exper-

prize winners pictured are H. C. (Pete) Wainwright, the first place cash award, omit. owns the triangular of street access on the east far behind in its work since ience, and we therefore offer

2nd place; and Mrs.. S.; D. Harley, third.t and $26 was paid for the flat Monday was the biggest Court records show that a wedge-shaped parcel [only- side of the store. %* establishment of the new our continued cooperation In

I by Slade Gas Co. in the spirited day of the current strawberry satisfaction of the $6,336 mort- 18 feet at its widest end] will He has also observed that department took two of the good city government."
auction that followed the gage was recorded after the before the four girls on his office staff.
season when 5,807 flats then get a windfall of half closing of the In requesting that the billing -
, I Ir judging. were sold at the Starke State grand larceny warrants were the closed portion of MunroeSt. street he had corner property He also called the present operation be returned to

I H. C. Pete Wainwrighttook Farmers Market for $19,128.40. issued against Welch. With this additional 25 which now no longer exists. billing system, where bills are his department. Edwards told

I ryA' second place in the ber- Shipments during the week, Strong contends that he feet, the owner would have The "corner" has been moved made up in the Utility Dept. the council that half of his

I k ry contest, receiving a total Apr. 3-9, totaled 23,361 flats signed papers for Welch with- I. enough property to construct some 45 feet to the east. but are paid in the clerk's office force [two of four sec-

:, of $35 for his entry $15 at an average of $3.28 per out being told they were a filling station, or most any So far the city has takenno office, a split operation. He retaries] had been transferred -

prize money, and $20 from flat for a return to growers' mortgages, and denies that he other type business. legal steps to close the unused said he was responsible for all but that his office's work-

the H. C. Wall Agency at the of $79,952.23..Price range was signed them in the presenceof Guy Andrews owner of the portion of Munroe St. city money and that under Continued

auction. from $2.50 ,to $4 a-flat. a notary public, as the recorded old Winn Dixie store site, will City Clerk Merrill Edwards the present system bills could on Page 41

Mrs:, S. D. Dutch Harleytook Showers ""during the 'past instruments indicate.. automatically get the west said yesterday the. matter has become lost- without any explanation -
.a t third place and netted week and continued cool) .According to Welch_0- 'the side of the, inused Ortion.at; ..never been brought up at a and thathe, could C 'of C, Endorsesew

.$24 for 0 her. ,j flat of berries--., weather have been factors in contract price of the house Munroe 'St.if'and! when it is''"Council. i meeting;':" beheld accowitab1 "'by the **"_, w

$10 in prize money, and $14 keeping the quality of berriesat was :to T>e $2,700. He figured closed. In addition to Andrews, it city auditors. CountyCourthouse

r paid by Denmark FurnitureCo. a high level. that the actual building costs Andrews has also sought- is known that several other Concensus of the council to

t at the auction.All So far this season the Starke would be $2.200 leaving a unsuccessfully so far to local investors have cast long- Edward's request about billingwas

,4 ) other entries were auc- market has handled 73,602 profit of $500. His attorneys purchase the triangular "hot ing eyes at the "golden tri- that the new system has
tioned off and brought an av- said that interest at six per angle. not been tried long enough
at an average price of spot writing the State Road The Chamber of
erage of $10 per flat, most of $3.36 for a return to growersof cent and legal fees broughtthe Department as far back as since it's been in operation board of directors Commerce
them bid in by Starke busi- total amount of the mort- only since April 1. Council adopted a
L $247,557.06.Speech Dec. 11, 1962 with an offer to Retail MerchantsTo resolution
: : to $4,350. members also told the clerk Monday endorsinga
; nessmen. County Agent G. T. gage up purchase the parcel at its
Huggins served as auctioneer.In Also testifying at the pre- "nominal market value." Meet FridayAn that the city's engineers, Reynolds ford new courthouse for Brad-

the desserts contest, Winners liminary hearing was Willard Andrews had the property I Smith, and Hills of carried County. The resolutionalso

Mrs. J G. Caldwell won first Speak To LegionMiss Courson a Jacksonville con- appraised in January by C. J. important meeting of Jacksonville, had advised setting the Board of a "rider" asking

prize with her strawberry pie tractor, who said he was engaged O'Connor of Keystone Heights the Starke Retail Merchants up the new department County Com-

M t and received a cash award of Eugenia Ekhart, win- by American Heritageto who gave an opinion that its Association will be held at including having the billing courthouse missioners to build a new

$15. Mrs. Cary Nazworth ner of the American Legion construct the home for fair market value was $369. 9:30: ajn. Friday in the Gui- done there since that is stilla or do nothing at

Winners of the best strawberry dessert contest (from left): placed second, with a strawberry oratorical contest for Bradford Strong. He said he was to receive Subsequent to Andrews' request don Grill. function of the utility de- all.In
adopting the
I' l\lrs.'E.'' Matthews. 3rd prize; Mrs. J. G. Caldwell first; and J cake for $10; and Mrs.E. County, spoke at the meeting $343 for his work which the Road Departmentat Charles Sawyer, chairman of partment. directors felt that resolutionthe it wouldbe
did not include materials. Council did however
Mrs."Cary Nazworth, second. L. Matthews won third of American Legion Post 56 a meeting in Tampa early the group, urges all mer- grant a waste of to attempt

.."'...;..... _._ ,_. 0 _._. u__ prize of $5 for a pie. Tuesday night. Courson had stopped work the after this year, authorized the sale chants to attend and help Edwards extra permission to hire an enlarging money and re-.
,. he completed office help to
g : :. :v/ ; were judged by Miss Ekhart, her speech instructor of the excess parcel and ad- make plans for the May pro- replaceone modelling Job on the present
foundation and about half of of the from
girls moved
lI 1 Clay County Agent Emmett and her parentswere vertised notice of a public auction motion. There will also be a structure.
the outside walls because of his office April 1.
McCall and G. S. Newcomb.
I Y guests of the post on for this purpose at 11 recap of last week's Straw- Attention of the directorswas
: while desserts were judged by legal entanglements after Friday March 22. No The following prepared letter
this occasion. ajn. berry Festival, and suggestionsfor called to
1 1I Mrs. L. H. Gibson and Mrs Sheriff P. D. Reddish issued bid of less was read to the council a public hearIng -
than $390 would event next
a year. '
John Odom son of Mr. and set for May 7, when the
r Mary Dally of the BHS home the warrants against Welch. by Clerk Edwards:
economics Mrs. J. D. Odom, who was Deputy Sheriff Robert ._ .., ., ""Aftes having worked under public will be invited to appear -
I department.The I '-- """'''')- ''''''''''''''':""' .w.Y"' '''''N'--'taaantt'
festivities : winner of the FFA speaking Green testified that he and a the new utility setup, I feel) before the Commissionis
staged Sat-
contest in Bradford County, member of the Florida Sher- that ,the following changershould : a prerequisite to apply for
urday afternoon
Starke Hotel on the old also appeared on the program, iffs Bureau had investigatedthe be made for the best federal aid on the project.

i concert lot also includeda speaking on conservation. case and found that interest of the City of Starke The directors discussed the
by BHS Band Strong's credit report in the and the employees pros and cons of asking merchants -
and 1 I r directly
Majorettes, and a perfor!
m to consider staying op-
Employment Info files of American Heritage, 3 Ti concerned."We .
mance by the Bradford Sheriffs :
indicated that the Negro had s 'rro >q I feel that the billin n Wednesday aftrernoons ona
Posse .
on horseback.The I At C of C Now k F /
basis rather
year-around ,
I Imusic" an income of $150 a month should be done on this [the
purveyors of "country "from a taxi service he oper- clerk's! side, as it is a split than closing for half A dayas
took over at 4 The Starke-Bradford Cozen is It
ur the
p now custom. was
ated, also $150 monthly income operation at the present and
and gave a two-hour ty Chamber of Commerce has
ses decided to refer the matter to
from farming, and $65a cannot be otherwise done. The
sion of toe-tickling tunes. Information concerning employment Retail
the Merchants Divi-
month from the govern- w bills, as they would be madeon
Featured in this part of the now open for both -s. fin vision for consideration and
the other side
I ment. are charged
, program were Red Hollings- men and women in this area. possible action.It .
on the control sheet that comes
who is 77 old
,rk't.A worth, Hank Lot, J. T. Pol Anyone interested may obtain years was pointed out that a
off the machine to
and paralyzed, said
lard, Merle [Mutt Price more complete information at f.m' .
> lot of local revenue is lost by
44 : taxi the city clerk's office, In the
r + s he did not operate a
i Johnny Crider, Paul Jones, the Chamber office. F. shoppers going out of townto
; amount of $25,000 to $35,000
service and had not engagedin
F/ '
and J. L. Wilkerson. The
purchase their needs while
farming for a number of per month. Should any bill
crowd stayed as long as the stores are closed here Wednes-
years. He was brought to the become misplaced in transit,
musicians played, and seemed Just 4 Days I day afternoons.
courtroom in a wheel chair.Welch's h this office would still have to

I reluctant to let them stop. Left To Enter II attorneys asked be held responsible with no I. -
Charles Sawyer, chairmanof
I way of explaining the short
... the Retail Association, said I Slogan Contest I that the warrants against him age to the auditor's satisfac See The Famous
be dismissed on grounds they
(County Agent G. T. Huggins auctions off berries held that merchants gave away I tion. The auditor audits both Morocco Temple
did not list the details of the
Contestants have
II aloft-b f Charles Sawyer, chairman of the Starke Retail Merchants nearly 600 pints of strawberies just I. alleged crime, and did not pp the bills and the control sheetto
to their four day" to beat
customers on Friday more
Association. the involved. make them balance out to I ALL STAR
their brains for suitable I stipulate property
first day of the festival a the amount billed on the machine -
ia t
also that testi-
t. lO-word-or-le&i slogan in They argued

the Civic Roundtable's contest I mony at the hearing did not -- -- .- .- -- -- 0' 0 each month. MINSTRELFriday
"This would recommendbe
for the best descriptive : reveal any crime, as charged, County Judge T.A. Yawn (left) is the new president of the done from we the years of experience April 12

phrase for Bradford Coun- i and that no attempt or intent Eighth Judicial: Circuit Bar Association. Joe C. Jenkins of and understanding

'f'\ 1 ty. I to defraud was shown. I Gainesville (center) is president-elect, and IL G. Bates, retiring of how the billing is handled. 8:00: P.M.
Buford Mitchell, Round- I .The charge against Welch
president. "You [the council] have
I' BHS Auditorium
table president, said that r for 50liciting'without. a' license ,
good setup in all with the exception -
interest the I was dismissed by Judge
in contest has
Yawn Elected To Head of billing. Let
been gratifying and esti- I Yawn since the testimony indicated every Sponsored By
a thing continue as it is setup.
that he to the
3 mated that around 50 slogans I came

far.have been submittedso I request.aged Negro's home at Strong's Eighth Judicial Bar AssociationBradford keep one girl with in the the new help department of- Starke Shrine Club

the part time radio operator,
First prize Is $50, second I The case is now in the
County Judge The- has just completed a year as then bring the billing back to
prize $25, and third prize hands of State Attorney T. E.
.t I ron A. Yawn left] is the new president-elect, a requirement the city clerk's office alongwith
$10. Everyone is eligible to I Duncan who has a choice of
president of the Eighth Ju- before serving as president. He the other employees asThis Space Contributed
enter except members of
three He file
I courses. may a is said to be the first president signed there, and we would
the Roundtable and their direct information; may present dicial Circuit Bar Association.His Weekly to Publicize
elected outside of Alachua then need no extra help to 1
families. I the case to a grand jury; formal induction took County since the associationwas operate the city clerk's office I Community Events by

Entries should be mailed or may nolle pross it if he place at a meeting of the organized. and the utility department

to P. O. Box 238, Starke considers evidence insufficientto group last Friday at the Gain- Judge Yawn has served as could operate at a saving to The CommunityState
OU-time fiddlin' and Fla. before midnight April sustain a charge of larceny. esville Golf &
other Country Club.
'country music" was enjoyed during the late afternoon by county Judge of Bradford the city.
Strawberry Festival.crowds. j 15 Pending further'' action Welch Yawn has served on the Association's County since 1953. and is also *Tn mating this one change, Bank
I is free under' bond. i
i $3,000
board of
directorsfor juvenile
I Judge, and Judge of it would eliminate the chancel -

.t .. the past five years, an4, the Small claim Court, ol" sal Sob. ., lasaade rstaa i.. -


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Freeman E. Shenehon, je- Miss: Barbara Green was I :]Miss Della Rosenberg and I:State Bill Asks ,,,,:--..,.-O.--,'.'-$' : :
.- siding minister of Jehovah's visitingMr.. and Mrs. Robbie Mrs. Muriel Norman of Starke ;I I "" ,-. t- et :- ; ; I

Witnesses in 23 Branam in Jacksonville over and Miss Kathryn Epperson of ,
Starke and .'"r J" ; 'to I
AssL > .
I members of the local congre- the we kend. Lake Butler, attended the I Fulltime! p= .- --- .:- 'l.tc'li-s'i'b :

J : gation attended the Circuit Mrs. W. E. Lawson Jr., of Delta Kappa Gamma state r; '; ''' .

Convention at the Civic Audi- I Great Falls, Mont 'is staying I convention at the Langford I State Attorney ii .,,':
1 I with Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Sr.| Hotel in Winter Park, Apr. 5- .
in Jacksonville recently.
: torium -
t.l GLADYS MOOTY PHONIC: 1Ilfl until Mr. Lawson, Jr. can join I 7.
1 Legislation was introduced !
----- his family in August. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams -
Watch for Fun-Float Show. in the House of
\ Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mat- of Folkston Ga. and i
Ilfl! Local admittances to B 'adIj' Mrs. R. O- Dansby, Mrs. Mrs. Clvde Sinclair 'and tives Monday to Reprpsenta-1 ,
', hews and son visited Sen..and Mrs. Jim Moore of.JaCkson-I
Ij' ford County! Hospital this : Elmer Thomas{and son, Ken, daughter. Evelyn of Orlandoare I full-time instead ,
Mrs. E. W. Mathews in Cord ville and families
J 1 week include tors. Tom Casey.., Jeff Warren, [Jrfe Thigpen, suendiner the weekend time assistant state -attorneY'S, .
I le, Ga. over the weekend. day Visitors of llr.'and Mrs. '
1[ Mrs. Hazel Eberle, Clodia Per- and Mark Hamilton "attehded with Mrs. W. S. Slade. Newsome. in the Eirht.h-Judicial imiit. i, #
II Mrs. R. A. Newsome was Jesse ,
I I, ry, and Mrs. Helen Mersereau:,II'j the State Science'rafr, ,in Tam- Mr. anti Mrs. P.. O. T>an"Hv I visiting her sister. Mrs R. E. \ Watch for Fun-Float Show. I Also, submitted were salarv I
Sheriff P. b. Reddish and I II pa last Saturday.I visited! Mr. and Mrs. Bill ) "aises for State ,Attornev T. & '#4 a
:Mrs. JUlian .
; A'" Mathews in Lakeland from Mrs.Fran Wager, I ;
I'j I Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Mrs. N. T. Pitch Jr:, 'son, Dan by in Jacksonville on I I.Sijndav. \ Jewett F.. nunito $14.300. and As- "' =
I last Friday to Wednesday. McRae and Mrs. -
I ,to'. attended the sheriff banquet; Nelson, and i daughter Diane id.ant State Attorney Mack k __ : :
, Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Dowling j Fogg were in Tampa last Friday -, ,-1.."
11\1 in Tallahassee; Wetfhe'sday!I II of Hialeah will spVrid the Mavor and Mrs. Randal : 'rut.ch to $13.000V I .' .
n. attending
\ Mrs. T. D. Dyal and Mr and I and Saturday j = '
night I I'I 'weekend with Mrs. 'Carrie Chittv and familv in Rpp. John Crew nf Baker ;
I were Science Fair. i
Nuttall the State
I Mrs. V. M. were ;;:
.1b. Watch for Fun-Fbat Show.,1rs. !i Ritch, Miss Anhie Darby, and last weekend visit-I County introduced 'thp
Lakeland.: Ga. ing Mr.. and Mrs. Joe F. Eliel'-I Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews jneas- .;;:...... t1
'I .. :%\ Charles Parsons 'of' Floyd in two bills.Amon :
'; Mr. 'and Mrs. Green. I 7i::5tfn? Mr. and Mrs. M. F. bee in Panama City over the I were visiting Mr. and \I res separate -- .
Amsterdam, N. Y. is spending:i Mr. and Mr T. H. ShMeIand i Chittv ,and Mr. and Mrs. Chester weekend. Mrs. Virgil Mathews at Jacksonville the proposed chanPS -- ,
\ J. several fays with Mr. *aVid \ daughter Miss Susan I t HadwkMr. !: I Beach 'Sunday. \ in the pfqtutPK is a nrovi- : <.i;
Watch for Fun-Float Show. r on =.
A i! Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar. I Slade, and :Mr. and Mrs. i anrJ Mrs On Conner ,Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale visI I sio,\ that the; state attorney jTjp $ J

Miss Martha Weldon. stu 1 Charles Sawyer and daughter, and family of Orlando} sent Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt I I' ited Mrs. John Yates and and his assisant mav residein I -' ; ,,
111 dent muse fet St. Vincent's I I are spending 'Easter Sunday flip wp kerd with their mr- attended a family reunion at Mrs. John Sale in Valdosta thf same countv. purpose I -- -- -

:- Hospital, is spending Wednes i with Mr. and Mrs. Mike 0- i p'\t.r' ;. Mr. anti Mrs. Barnpv the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. 1 I Ga. on Sunday. I of the change Crews said. I Revival Starts Sunday At Johnstown Baptist ChurchThe 'i

: day to Monday with her mo 'Brien in Jacksonville.Mrs. i McRae's on Sunday were Dr.I I I I R. Douberly in Avon Park Mrs. Mae Jones of Jackson- was to have the state attor- !

II e ther. Mrs. Gladys Weldon. I Lucile Davis returned I Tnn Conner. Also visiting the over the weekend.Mr. ville is spending several days I1PV and his assistant:: !' work to- evangelistic team of at 5 pjn. Fellowship Supper, and south for many years, 1

:.. H. L. Speer has been tran*? Tuesday from three weeks I MsHIp'fi:: on Rundav were Dr. and Mrs, George Renton -, with her sister, Mrs. W. E. I'pthpl" for cTPater pfficiencrAt Rev. M. N. Pearson and family 6 p.m. Young People's Meet: and is 'also a,song leader and ,

ferred from 'Bradford County I| visit with her son-in-law and nnd Mrs. MrT.ae Jr. and fam of Belleville, Mich. were Middleton.Mr. the present time. Mr. will be heard in a revival !i i ing and Adult TU, 7 p.m. musician, and experienced in ',

'I : Hospital to The VA hospital. ';, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. ilv of Lake Citv. weekend guests of Mr. and and Mrs. W. W. Irby I' Twitch reside in Starke. hut starting at 10 a. m. Easter '\:I The pastor, Rev. Angus B. ;I Ii radio and. Bible conference

U in "Lake Cit!'. I Smith Jr. and family in Pax-. Mrs. ft. H. Adams. Bill and Mrs. R. E. Firth. I and family of Ala'chua were has ,his office in. Gainesville. morning, April 14, at the i i Lawson, announces that the work.' .

I : Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sterji) I ton.Watch Tan. Adams. VikJe truth Kim Cannon of Atlanta, Ga. Saturday luncheon guests of ', I Johnstown Baptist Church. 1 i Pearsons will present "evan- F Mrs.. Pearson will conduct

I and daughter, Miss Louise for .Fun-Float Show. I Maria Moorp. Elaine Strick spent several days during the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Irby. New Sporting Goods They will continue through'\ gelistic, expository Bible1: day meetings with the ladies.

I : Stern, attehded a family Mr. and Mrs. Othel Tuttle land and Patty Bieham! at- past week with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan Firm Is Sunday April 21. j I preaching, with instrumental arid their two daughters will

1 : birthday dinher at the home and daughter of' Winchester, tendod the State,. science; Fair Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin.Mr. and family and Bud Lawsonof Opened 1 There will be a Sunrise and. vocal. music.. .. \I work' with the teenagers.The .

of Mr. and Mrs. Worth New- Ky. will 'be Quests' of Mr. and fn Tamrja on Friday. and Mrs. Robert Gene- Lakeland spent the week- On East Call St. Service at 6 am. Coffee and Mr. Pearson has! been a1 I pastor extends 'a
,i :. bern on Like Hewitt last Mrs. H. C.. Ritch next week. Mr. and Mrs. Pov Reddishof reux and son of Jacksonville j i end with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. i doughnuts. Easter Egg hunt Baptist pastor in the North 'dial invitation to the public.

Sunday. ) Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Quigleyof WPbster:: spent Sunday with Sunday visitors of Mr. j Lawson. Lynn D. Hamilton of Law- ;;
I l Mike Flynh and Miss Tohi Scituate, Mass. are guests Mr. and Mr:. l/wran Baldwin. and Mrs. Robert Green. j Com. 'and Mrs. James Me- tey is the owner of Starke's 1'Race Track i last year. ,Social Security

/ George of the Daytona Beach j of Mr. Qnlgle "'s brother and I ThPv hronht home Mrs. Mary com of Jacksonville were Sun- newest business, a sporting I Issued Each Florida county has received -j I
Watch for Fun-Float Show. I
Payment total of to
: Junior College, will spent the i sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Reddish of Lawtev. who spent day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. goods firm Southern Marine !, I a $159,000 i iI A representative of the
we'nd' with his parents' I Mrs. G. W. Lamar of QuincY i date in the current fiscal :,1
J. T. Quigley.Mr. the nat! week with them. : Arne Haug r. and Television, which opened I Bradford this week I 'Gainesville Social Security '
Mr. Trad Mrs. L. Adams is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. 412 j County I'year. This is an increase of
C. 'on .
: arid Mrs. W. A. Scott recently at East Call
Miss Bobbie McGPe of 0- !' Mr. and Mrs. \V F. Herlong received a $41,000 payment ofI office will be at the courtroom
; Bedford. I M. Mitchell, for several weeks. $5,500 over the same period
d and Steven Carnell of Gainesville I I II Street. I
: cala was the weekend guest of have returned from three J race track funds. State Comp- i in Starke at 9:30: a.m. Friday !-
tilt.** Watch for Fun-Float Show. I,, and Miss Murial Adams i;I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold. .I' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clay of I:: weeks with friends and relatives Hamilton carrying a full :; troll 'r Ray Green said this, last year.Watch Apr. 19, to transact social

...* Local: patients in Doctor's I of Bronxville, N. Y. were Sunday : wire and 3 son. Mike. Cottondale, Ala. spent the I in Lake Harbor and line of Evinrude outboard mo- j was $1,000 more than the amount I i security business with the

:- Hospital this week include i t visitors of Mr.. -and Mrs. I II Watch for Fun-Float Show? weekend with Mrs. J. H. Belle 'Glade. tors, Wellcralt boats, and is received in April of for Fun-Float Show. public.

: Paul Bur n of Stark V. L.I I J. T. Quigley. Miss Adams is' Ann Adkins of Gainesville Fields. They were accompan-' Watch for Fun-Float .t Show. factory franchised dealer for F i .

:;. Starling of Lawtey, and Elmer I visiting her niece, Mrs. Corbin led home by Mrs. Clay's father Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips Sylvania Products. He has '.
I spent the weekend with her
r Thornton of Raiford. j S. Carnell, in Gainesville. I George Carter, for a of scheduled Sunday afternoon, : 'j
I and family Tampa were
grandmother, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- ,
I, .*. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harvey -| Misses Pat Silcox, Peggy kins. Her parents, Mr. and' visit.Miss weekend guests of Mr. and I April 28,. for a grand opening V"TA4LkBright; : New Fashions for .

,I .. -of Atlanta, Ga. spent the j Siemer, and Clair Nell Cooper, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Jr. joined Jean Mundy of FSU Mrs. Freeman Register Sr., called a "Fun Afloat Show"during I............ I IIna
I :;. weekend with Mrs. Harvey's II accompanied by Mrs. Garyi them Sunday afternoon.Mrs. will be home for the weekend.Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs J. G. Hol- which time orchids will II7ri1Jt: !: 1_ ;- I -. '1%
4 ,. mother, Mrs. J. W. Ritch, Mr. i I Martin, attended the YWA W. R. Brannen of Mis- be presented to the ladies
'4' : Ritch and her father, C. Carr I Conference in Lakeland from visiting George Mr. and Anderson Mrs. R.was L. soula, Mont is visiting Mr. ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Ben Hall, and visiting the store and door I'

I Colley. Friday to Sunday. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman this Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford prizes including a fishing out- 1
I Watch for Fun-Float Show.I I Epperson in St. Petersburglast fit, binoculars, and a pop-up four ,rI.adfy Slort
: % : : Watch for Fun-Float Show. to week. and family spent the weekendat ..
I .. .. Friday Wednesday. '
tent will be given away.
their the Ochlawa- : ,
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I :. _' _A vwwA J 4. Legal Notices !
I rdir1i J .1 4 4 4
.r. bTM4I'I CIfrp. CflEN GI I c E E I.4 4w Mr. Thomas 89 Of 2 Local Bills : .

... : Le2J z: z:' STAM zswGakt 'II LISTMP' Services HeldGeorge In This Issue i I, t, ,

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W. Thomas, 89, died Legal notice' of two local
; Thursday. April 4, in Stuart bills to, 'be introduced fa the I ( If

I after a brief illness. 1963 Legislature are published :

:: : TERWILLEGAR MOTORS' I A retired carpenter and a in'"this issue of'The Telegraph.I 1\\

I member of the Baptist Church, : One, 'bU"t I requested by. the : I
t N I he had .lived in Starke for Town of Brooker, would raise '
: 1 T-: I --- I many years before moving to the limit on indebtedness to \\d .
I ,
...: CE... wt oivt South Florida. He was the son 50 per cent of assessed va u- : ..' < 1.
.4 I, S. ..P6 i i of the late Walter. and Maria tlon. Purpose of this lei sl -! t\ ; ':i\
I: < ; .t. ..'
_, UsEb PLUS PLUS CRttMSTAMPS Thomas. lion. is to permit Bro ker to :, P1 L \t\ t
I .. CAR AL1' Surviving is one daughter, I apply 'for a federal loan for 1 ,' # '-.

: STAMPS STAMPS i Mrs,. Garland Edenfield of I The' installation of a municipal -' f ; '7" t. \ t

t, tj J Stuart, and a son, George I I water system. 4t r .,It'" ;, l .
j Thomas, Of Massachusetts., At present, the town's indebtedness / < \ "I-,. "1/::/\. ;;
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STAMPS Funeral l services were held limit is set at 10 :.'

at 3 p. m. Sunday at the per cent. I' ij ,. :.t 4 ::

s&II Green WE.ICgLr4. I graveside in Crosby Lake The 'other local hill, spon- : ,, /I.i' '

4 Stamps : I Cemetery with Rev. Calvin sored. 'by the Starke-Bradford 114' 4: \ .1 .. j4l ,' .

$ Johns officiating. Burial was County Chamber of Commerce, j. .:. / ; '
in the family plot under direction would authorize the adoption l'J'. ; tt' ; J'\
J'oJ ,
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S V.G. of DeWitt C. Jones of a zoning code for Bradford :; .: : .. /; ,

.4 I Funeral Home. County. ,... J ,,- :
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',' 1 GIVEN WITH ::: I i .

: : 'J 1 STAMPIT. Dr. R. S. M llins Services Held :it.'I., .' ', \
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+ bIAM Is New ,PresidentOf Mrs. Clemons, 78Mrs ; .: n j ". I ;f4'

; Eve Used Car Sold : Methodist Men Maggie Norman demons .: t, I '" t. "i .f ,i \. ,It, I
: f (J
y 78, widow of the late :4 '
E.L.I I Dr. R. S. Mullins was elect- Walton C. Clemons of Starke, l' :r :
t'Mfcfc KSTAMPt ed president of the MethodistMen's /' \7
died Monday afternoon at her i ; ...... ( \
Club at the monthly home. She was born in Clay I ". ... r, ..-

S1MpSw supper meeting held Monday County on Oct. 27, 1885, the ( ':' ;

i d ._ THU S.FRl.fSAT..APRlt 111213I night Williams in Fellowship Hall. dene daughter of the late Richard I T \ J

} A 4v was elected secre- and Margaret Bennett Nor-
tary and Randy Johns treas- i
man. member of
She was a
;I :'. I'z: Stamps Issued .On Cash Difference STAMPSwI.GI.k ured. The new officers will beinStalled the Union Primitive Baptist L I P P'I _

I : ,-,".. June.A at the meeting in Church.Survivings are three daughters -! } ;

I.: ,UPTQ. UP TO,. UP TO 4 Father-and-Son enjoyed Monday programwas night, Starke, Mrs; Mrs.Ruby Retha Conner I ::: J 'i ----

with about 50 Morgan'1 '
attending. David
: ; and :Mrs. 1
16,950 St& Ht 97995 S&H 7,950S&H i Hurse, BHS head football ton, Sneads; three sons, Roy (
t coach, was guest speaker, discussing Clemons. Starke; R. L. Clem- I '

:, Green Stamps Green StampsON Green StampsON I the importance of ons, Ruskin: and W. C. demons -j
athletics in -
teaching character ---r ,
Jr., Starke. Also surviving ..

ON THis TillS THIS ; and sportsmanship.. are 29 grandchildren, and 261 "' :0 '.' -,

z: '1961 Ford Galaxie I WV* great, grandchildren. ,j ----'I_ r
1959 Ford
1957 Ford Methodist ChurchThurs. Funeral services were held m : ? TONI
I Iat. r j l >)> f p

I I -. 500 Tudor Hardtop Ford- 500 Fordor V-8, Fordo- Fairlane 500 CREP.SWAM ., April 11- Nursery New 3 pjn.Hope Wednesday Primitive. Baptist in the t j TODD celebrities

'i ::'" omaticv Radio, Heater, matic, Radio, and Heater Department Egg Hunt at Church near Lacrosse with
ai'', Power Steering Tudor V-8, Radio and w GlYb. F home of Mrs. O. W. Thie Jr., Elders Herman Moody, andB. 1 j SEEN IN THE NICEST PLACES and on the ,pages of
.... Heater, Clean ,Car 1 4$9 N. Lake St., 10 a.m. Primary H. Rawls officiating. Burial -i --' CLAMOIK Maga ne. Left, prettjsoft ehirtJress tucked lodice,

:, Q1Nj.Y ONLY I STAMP'STAMPS.CRttN, 1 Story Hour and Junior was in the family plot inthe aL-. box pleats. Pink rose print on white pink or blue ground 10 to

: _' ONLY j I Choir rehearsal, 3:15: p.m. church 'cemetery with De- i1i :.-- 20. Right, pink rose embroidery on bodice and sleeves, unpreued
: ; j kindergarten Department Egg Witt C. Jones in charge. pleat skirt. White, pink or blue. 10 to 20. Both in 100% Celanese

g $ I6 5 $995. : I 1 Hunt at home of Mrs. O. L. Q Fortrel polyester batiste. Silky, sheer Fortrel, the fiber that
Haynes 'Jr., 114 ..
JcMP. $795 Martin St., i Country Club -
I : ( 3:30 pjn. Maundy Thursday I .i creates fashion with performance, makes them stay fresh easy.

I :as' : I ,. ', Communion Service, 7:30 p.II Sets Egg Hunt ; care, machine washable. ..

I S .._.... m. Chancel Choir rehearsal, 81 I I I oiil't; tht LOOK ft .HpT i //......e*11.95
E : i I i An Easter Egg Hunt for ;
? fWA pjn. I Ii
children members of the
: GRE S i : Saturday Apr. 13Primary I II I I
Starke Golf and Country Club !
J Used Department Egg Hunt at home
K; I Ir
ii More pPISTo
( Good Glean Cars I
r of Mrs. Jack Hines Gainesville i will be held at 4 pin.: Saturday ,
; 1 I i April 13, at the 'club. : Connies for Ladies
Highway, 3
:- Choose From 1 I. p.m. JGGEB
% During win be
Eggs and refreshments :
: i ]I Sunday. Apr. 14Easter I I _
: DY1 This 3-Day Sale! w.- STAMP Sunrise Service. 6 :aoru at BHS I I I fuin1shed. Those attending '' ( f f
l""j\ Stadium, Rev. Walton, Grady.I"are asked to meet on- the Patio' White
I4k I for Easter outfit
1 : ITAM: All At Low LOW Prices ,speaker. Membership Sunday.I Ii I i of the new club house so the your

.- GREEN STAMPS r i Monday. Apr. 15-MYF Sub- I hildren, can be divided by;' PatentLeather
.. CRb.LP. district. Meeting at Port age 6 OUpS. :
w j} White, 7:30.pjn. !' ,
| Tuesday Apr. 16WSCS Correction!
I General Meeting, 9:30 a.m. / -. : J : :GLqVES HOSIERY

I CK WITH GkEb.P.. I Study course': "ResponsibleI (! In a story about 'the County -;i 9.98 COSTUME JEWELRY

.-. ,. .. .. STAMPS I I Adults for Tomorrow's.WorkJ" Commission meeting last: ,
,. followed by covered dish lun I ;
,: cheon. Vacation 'C Ii urch, week a road was referred t&s Other Styles 'J i-lsi' Hats!
WIII "the Moody Road." Residents 1.91
CLYDE IRMILEGAR% ,School Institute, First Metho-. inBlack ,
I : of this area have ret :
Ti4cSJS I dIst .Church, Lake City. 9:30 Airy fashions .. '

I; ... .. ', .. i.'thl21 pin.Wednesday I t quested ,that a correction ''be; :.
.. : I decked with
GIbbCE Apr. 17-Prayer i made, stating that the road. .

:.: I J"''''t i Meeting and_Bible Study, 7:30: is known as "the New River' Patent ..: Beige White flowers and frills
..',,,, STAMPS S P. I p.m. Road." It is a graded road
Thursday. Apr. 19- Vaca- : connecting State Road ZOO for the Easter 'Parade "

: . .; .. tion Church School Institute. near Moody's Store, with New '
First Methodist'Church. Ocala.i River Station. j I

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I Easter Egg Hunts Show at Woman's Club. I I

1 Are HighlightFor WHAT, WHEN May 8 i Akridge Taxi

I I May Breakfast, StarkeWoman's 'I
i i YoungstersThe .. AND WHERE I Club 12 noon. Dependable

i I Ir I PHONE 964-2681
Easter bunny has been
k IfII ri GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 864-451 busy coloring eggs and filling Library Poster I II I 121 N. Temple Ave.

i Easter baskets for the varietyof 1 r Apr. 15 I

t hunts being held Bradford Band Boosters 3p Contest Is Held
Miss Elaine Harley, Richard C. Besteder egg I I I i-
'1 throughout this week. ., ,m. in the Band Hall.
Exchange Vows In I I Librarians from Bradford
Tennessee Ceremony r The hunts for the Meth- ; FOR SALE
r egg ;
,Eastern Star, Masonic Temple -
',.1 "'..... 1 County High School Starke
odist Children's Division will
Miss Elaine Harley became Mrs. Besteder was attired in t1 8 p.m. I Excellent business loca-
UI start today [Thursday] with I I Elementary and Southside
the bride of Richard Corey a beige lace dress with which 1 the I Alpha Delta Kappa sorority -i
Nursery department meet-
, ,I I Besteder in a beautiful wedding 1 1 she wore a white orchid. ing at the home of Mrs. O. I: 8 p.m. Elementary School are spon- tion. 200 ft. on Hiway 301
I 3 soring a poster contest as apart I
Friday after-
,1 ceremony Following the wedding a d.k.rF' jJerrelIChiids W. White Jr. at 10 a.m. The i I Apr. 16 N. includes 3 BR year old
'II,? noon. April 5, at 2 o'clock. reception was held in the Kindergarten will | of the celebration of National -

{\I I The bride is the daughter of I Johnson Bible College Mem- f have an egg hunt department and party :i 8 BHS PTA, school Cafeteria Library Week, April ,house. $11,000. $500 down,

; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Biggs orial Hall. The bride's table .. L\t: ,,,I.t the same afternoon at the i p.m. 2127. The contest will close $85 per mo. Or house with

I Harley of Starke and the was covered with a beautifullace -k.- .-.:.i.'i & _, ....I....Uilili1-----.-.- ry home of their teacher, Mrs. | Apr. 18I April 19.
groom''' is the of Mr. and I BPW Club home of Mrs 100 ft. ;
son cloth and centered by a I O. L. Jr., at 3:30 frontage, $10,000.
Haynes I
:4 j| Mrs. Corey C. Besteder of I three tiered wedding cake ,Betty Diana DukesIs ,Marcia Nichols, m. The Primary Departmentwill 1 I Mildred. Doyle 8 p.m. 1 The winning posters will beI !Call 964-8641. tfchg i
Dallas, Pa.Professor. miniature bride 27-28 displayed in downtown storesI
topped with a i Apr. I
have hunt at the homeof
i EngagedTo iBurge Searing Jr. a
t' Robert E. Black I and groom. The milk glass ) i iI I II i' .Mrs. Jack Hines Saturday Starke Garden Club Flower I during National Library Week.

I performed the ceremony in I punch ,bowl at one end of the James AlligoodMr. I I 'To Wed April 20 afternoon at 3 o'clock. I I

the Chapel of Johnson Bible I table was placed in a bed of I Miss Judy Childs, daughter:' Children of the Junior ,I -- --- -

i College, Kimberlin Heights, I II' fern. Silver compotes held I and Mrs. R. K. Dukes, of Mr. and Mrs. Childs of'' Mr. and Mrs. Colie NicholsSr. Women's Club, through I
I ages
Tenn. The altar of the chapel nuts and mints. of Lake Butler the of Chattahoochee '
'I announce Hampton became the bride of an- ten had an hunt and "
,li.I was decorated with pedestal Guests were greeted at the I engagement of their daughter -.j Steve Jerrell, son of Mr. and ;'nounce the engagement and party Wednesday egg afternoon at 'I I'I r { \ """v-: ': : "

baskets of white gladioli and I door by Lloyd Brown and I Betty Diana, to James I'[ Mrs. B. W. Jerrell, also of !||, approaching marriage of their 3:30: o'clock at the home of ../,.\.J'f' ;" I: '-'it.J.6' .....
branched candelabra againsta I presented to the receiving line Alligood. son of Mr. and Mrs.A. Hampton at 10 a.m., Apr. 3 ; daughter, Marcia Diane to the president. Mrs. Lavern .Q.8'E' -

background of fern. composed of the wedding parI I, K. Alligood, of Alachua. in Lake Butler. Earl Burge Searing Jr., son Outlaw. \ > "

Joel Rood, organist, rendered ty. Mrs. Al Thomas cut the I Miss Dukes is a graduate of i of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Searingof The Sunday School classesof .. \ .: -' \ .t\" ,..,-._. :, J''i" ,

I nuptial music as the guests wedding cake and Miss Janis Union County High School, UDC Starke. i'I.I .'...,:. \ >::.. ", 1. ,
Meeting the First -
Presbyterian I t.J .
assembled, and accompanied Dunlay kept the bride's book. where she active in The bride-elect is \ c <., ...
I II was va- a gradu- Church, ages 3 to 9, will havean .\. 'fl. :-: ', '\ ( -\ ... .
.1 Miss Nancy Rymer. soloist, Misses Karen and Judy Bes- rious clubs and organizations. Held At Home Of ate of Sneads High School, the ..- "', ... ", ,; t '. 1' ." .
'I hunt and party on I. .
egg .
{ .
or J ,
who sang "Because. "Whither -I teder assisted in serving. Mr. Alligood is a graduate Mrs. and has attended Chipola Junior I '"" : f/: {' ( '
church grounds, Friday afternoon }
Thou Goest," and "Lord's After spending some time of Santa Fe High School, TerwillegarThe College. at 3 o'clock. I 'lj/, ) \A'Q--t.-o
\ Prayer. with their guests the couple where he was active in ath- The prospective bridegroom I \ V.If
Wayne Joslyn served as best I left on a wedding trip to monthly meeting of W. I The youngsters, ages six to ; : : ': > 4nd To mrrw:
p and organizations.Both T. Weeks Chapter of the UDC I| is a graduate of Bradford nine, of the First Christian ; fS ,.. .. ., .
man and the ushers were Pennsylvania. The bride trav- : School and 4 ..
High has
are employed by Cope- was held Wednesday of last County Church held an egg hunt I '. <.<.i. '. #'
I brother of the bride Thomas eled in a pink linen sheath land Sausage Co. of Alachua. : attended the University of
week the at o'-
at home of Mrs. Tuesday afternoon 3 I
Harley, and Jerry Hollobaugh.Miss dress with matching accessories The wedding date will be i Florida, and Florida State ,
I i Clyde B. Terwillegar Jr., with clock in the City Park on I
Judie Fugitt of Tren- complemented by the orchid : announced later. t i University. Ii
Mrs. Ruby Johns cohostess. Church Street, while the four
as i
t ton, Ohio attended as maid of I from her wedding bou-
; I The wedding will be an event to six-year-old children had a -- -------
honor in a lovely green taf- quet. They will be at home in Beta Phi I of April 20 at 7 pmhi :
Sigma During the business session, party and egg hunt at the
feta with white over- Bristol, Va. after June 7.
gown i the First Baptist Church,
Fetes RusheesAt conducted by the president, home of Mrs. Emory Prevatt s r VALUE!
skirt of organza, and match- The bride is a freshman at Chattahoochee. No invitations
Miss :Madge :Middleton, it was Wednesday afternoon at 2 o-,
ing bandeau. She carried a i Johnson Bible College and i are being sent, but all friends
Oriental PartyAn reported by Mrs. Joe Wilson 'clock.
bouquet of white carnations : will complete her studies. that the dues of 22 members, 1! and relatives are invited to c WOMEN'S

tied with rainbow ribbon. !, The groom is a senior at Oriental I i the wedding and reception. f
atmosphere amounting to $55, sent
were I Student
I Misses Judy: and Karen and will be Foreign
the same college
I prevailed at the home of Mu- to the district treasurer. Mrs.
Besteder sisters of the in groom identical : ordained as minister in his i iI riel Gay Monday night for I Wilson also said there was Hazel Elnora Jones Speaks To Rotary _
served as bridesmaids -
home church the First Chris- the Beta Sigma Phi sorority I $286.77 in the educational i
street length sheath I tian Church in Dallas, Pa on To Wed Mr ShiversIn student '
j rushee party.Members I fund and $78.23 in the treas- Frank Gomez a foreign -
I gowns. Judy's gown was blue I Apr. 11, and has already accepted and the eleven GainesvilleMrs. from Bogota Colombia,
taffeta and Karen's gown was a position as minister ury.Mrs. I at the' FIRST
I' rushees were appropriately L. G. Powell, Southern I South America spoke
I pink taffeta. They wore matching I in the First Christian Church I'I'I I dressed in the Oriental theme Memorial Day chairman, announced R. J. Jones of Brooker I Rotary Club Wednesday and
in their hair,
headpieces WHY 4
and carried of white I at Bristol, Va.Epperson I for this delightful dinner par- that a program will announces the approaching}I gave an interesting discus-
I nosegays
carnations tied with rainbow ty, held on the patio porch, be held Friday, Apr. 26, at 4'' marriage of her daughter, :, sion of some of the differences -
ribbons. CircleThe which depicted an Oriental'iI p.m. at Crosby Lake Cemetery.' Hazel Elnora, to Edward'' between his native country 1.19 $ :

4 garden. The long dining table [ All members were urged to i Thomas Shivers of Gainesville -j, and the U.s.A.
I The bride, given in mar- i
riage by her father, was love- Lorena Epperson Circle I was covered with a red linen j attend this annual observance. son of Mr. and Mrs. T.I The speaker said that one

ly in a white lace ballerina I of the First Baptist WMU met I cloth and down the length of j Several names were disCUS-I C. Shivers of Mount Dora. of the most notable differences -I( 1' SELLER

length nylon net. at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday at the the table were placed gold' sed for membership, The wedding'will be an e-I was in the amount of

The fitted gown bodice over featured a I home of Mrs. Lex Green with palmetto fans interspersed I' was also decided to make the vent of April 21 at 2 p.m. at I freedom allowed young people I ; 1f t

'f I bracelet 11 members present. 4 with ming limbs. Guests were following contributions: Nor- !! the home of Mrs. Roxie Anderson i I t in making their own decis- :
neckline ?
length scoop sleeves. Her shoulder After the opening devotional I I seated on the floor-Chinese I man V. Randolph Fund, $5j; j 2001 NW 40th Terrace I I ions. "Young people are much J I ; ;j.& I

I length veil of sheerest illu- by Mrs. Green, a panel dis- i I fashion. Foods of the Orient j Southern Literature, $2; Judah''!' in Gainesville. Friends and', more on" their own in this 1, Fine Quality Rayon {

sion was attached to a pearl I cussion was held on "Chris- ,, were served. At one corner of i j P. Benjamin Museum, $2: i relatives of the couple are country. he said -" adding I II I.' $; ; ;3 Acetate f
1 ornament tian Enlistment." Those tak- the patio.was,a fountain with j Confederate Museum for Flor cordially invited. i that "I like it here. I ,.

| crown, and sterling her only silver chaini ing part were Mrs. H. L. floating candles and flowers. ] ida Room $2; Division of Ed- The bride-elect graduatedfrom I! Most schools in Colombia', .. .A 0 Shadow Panel: 4-Gore 1
was a
| with cross. She carried a white Speer Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr., Carol Ward was awarded a | ucation Fund, $5; Children of I Bradford County High f! are either all-boy or all-girl ,I '.c : : Lace Trimmed eJ To en; ] !
the said, and the ;?
orchid surrounded by and Mrs. Tyler Jones. The prize for the most original Confederacy Division work School and is now employed .
I, I of baby carnations. sprays panel was narrated by Mrs.J. I Oriental costume. $5. A motion was made and i j i by Gordon's Jewelry Co. in course of study is more difficult ': j Bottom !

carried that further contributions -i Gainesville.Mr. and includes a greater
her A. Griffin. no
I daughter's Mrs. Harley wedding chose a royal Refreshments were served ,Mrs Johns HostessTo be made until the !! Shivers graduated from I number of subjects than it I Regular c.nJ. r fv'r'fTzas: .

blue sheath dress with by the hostess. chapter hears from the district Mount :Dora High School and do0' here. i Choose Frcm ftbsy
crepe Wesleyan CircleMrs. chairmen. Jones Business College in Or- The young student is attending -
matching jacket, complemented I I t Styles
I.J I with a white orchid. Watch for Fun-Float Show. The president announcedthat lando. He is stock manager BHS while staying :
: '
Charles C. Johns was with his cousins Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Haile is the I for the Publix Super Market -'
.I hostess to the Wesleyan Ser- Recorder of Crosses. I in Gainesville. I Mrs. Ray Salazar.Evaluation I ?
vice Guild Tuesday eveningat
I Mrs. Powell presented the I I T .
her home on S. Water program, after which refresh- ;Southside PTA ResultsOf I
i street. ments were served by the hos j .WOMEN'S RAYON ACETATE
Announcing o i Mrs. C. R. Bradford, presi- tesses. Elects OfficersThe PTA CouncilTo

t : dent, presided over the meet- Be AnnouncedCommittees !
Mrs. E. L. Matthews and ;/
:I ing and Mrs. Nelson Green :Miss Middleton will be hostesses t Southside Elementary : Shift Gowns

: gave the devotional. Mrs. I School PTA met Tuesday r,
j for the May meeting at I of the Bradford-
Johns presented a program 1 I the home of the former. The I II night, Apr. 2, in the school 'I' Union County Council of PT-

OPENING OF : on symbols, carrying out the I I June meeting will be held at I cafeteria with Mrs. J. T. Pre- j I A's will meet tonight [Thurs- 1.29 VALUE!

Easter theme. Mrs. Henry 'the Kingsley Lake home of I vatt Jr.. presiding. Rev. Leo i, day] to finalize results .of ., W Rayon Acetate C.

Godwin was elected delegateto Mrs. Leila Mundy, with Mrs.F. Hebert gave the devotional. | their evaluation studies of alII t : lace Trimmed

ORIE'S BEAUTY SHOP the WSCS conference on B. Beard as co-hostess. Mrs. Paul Canova presented phases of the county school e High Shades
: Apr. 23-25 at Daytona Beach. a musical program with the system. R'? '.' Sizes 34 to 40

,, During the social hour the WilliamsGrahamMarriage first and second grade classes I The final results will be I a I IWOMEN'S

346 N. Thompson Street hostess carried out the Easter enacting nursery rhymes and I presented in a panel discus- : .

theme in her decorations and Jan. 1 stories. I sion at the High School PTA I .

\ PHONE 96 -5375 I refreshments. Is AnnouncedMr. The nominating committee meeting on Tuesday, April 16,
\ submitted the following names -I
I I and the public is urged to attend PANTIES49c
: Recent Births as next year's officers; in order to become bet-
and Mrs. W. H. Gra-
president, Mrs. Maxie Carter :. ter acquainted with school op-
ham Jr. the
announce mar
I Bradford County Hospital ''Jr,; vice-president, Mrs. C. B. erations.;
II riage of their daughter, Mary QUALITY
ann o u n ces the following I Terwillegar; secretary Mrs. ,, Included In the evaluation
SOOUR il; 1 J I Joalyce to Dennis F. Williams .
: births: Carl Minx; treasurer Drew wiH be transporta- Fins
on January 1 in Folk- I'! reports on ( Quality Acetate Tricot 3 FOR $1
I,i Mr. and Mrs. George Wil- Reddish. All officers were voted -I: tion instruction facilities, .Full Cut, Bar-Tacked
1 ston, Ga. I I j jI .
kerson, Hampton, a son, step- I on and approved and will i buildings, maintenance, and I II White and Assorted Colon

SUNDAY APRIL 14TH hen Eugene April 4. Mrs. Williams graduatedfrom I be installed at the may 'I I cafeterias. '. e Sins 5talOUURA
Bradford High School,
Mr. and Mrs. Ariel Suarez, I ing.The meet-I'I A. L Crosby Jr., and James
class of '62, and attended the I PTA also voted '
Starke, a daughter, Karen Bloodworth are serving as co-
2:00: To 4:00 P. )1.r Susanah. April 9. Mrs. Suarezis University for two trimesters. $105 worth of books for the :t chairmen for the evaluation

the former Florence Brown.I, Mr.\ Williams, a native of school library. I I project. '

Mr.. and Mrs. Clarence Rho- Chicago Ill., graduated from The room count was won
I : i Miami Edison High School by Mrs. Mullins' second grade.
MRS. ORIE HUTCHINS-Owner den Starke, a daughter. Apr. Services Sunday
in 1959 and is the son of

-- 10. I the late Mr. and Mrs. StephenB. BPW MembersAt For Mr. Mansell, wi,

Williams of Miami. He is
a senior in the College of Business District Meet Retired Farmer SHEER

SYLVANIA announcesDIRECT I University Administration of Florida.at the I II I Mrs. Mildred Doyle, Mrs. Walter Newton Mansell 79,
died last Friday in a convales-
I The couple will reside in''I Margaret Brown Mrs. Bea cent home hi Starke after an SeamlessNYLOIS I r ,

Starke until September at Farber, Mrs. Desta Dyal :Mrs. extended illness. I I s/ A'"s

FRANCHISED DEALER CHOSEN which time Mr. Williams will Dorothy Milberger, and: Miss 'He was born in Bradford
re-enter the U. of for his
F. Della Rosenberg attended a County on Oct. 23, 1883, and j
I final trimester. -
had lived here all of his life. I
meeting of District Three of .
Mr. and Mrs. Williams were His parents were the late 111
SOUTHERN MARINE and TELEVISION I f the Florida Federation of B-
accompanied to Folkston by Thomas F. and Hannah |
PW Clubs The I
Miss Patricia Loudon of on Sunday. I, Sparkman Mansell. He was !

Starke, and Richard Brown of Hastings club was hostess to i a retired cattleman and fann-
412 E. CALL STREETSylvania I LOVELY SE \1ZS ,[:Sz.,
Fort Lauderdale. the District at the Ponce de er.,

Leon Motor Lodge in St. Augustine He Is survived by one sister OR PLAIN KNST

e TELEVISION Presbyterian CircleMrs. Mrs. Gladys M. Ayer, of Wal v ".

Bert McMains was I Miss Rosenberg conducted a do.Funeral services were held
STEREOS and RADIO Problem Clinic to the
hostess to circle three of the i open at 4 p.m. Sunday at the grave
meeting, and the local club I .
First Presbyterian Church on 1 I I side in Prevatt Cemetery with .
Tuesday morning with 12 report was given by the president Rev. Bob Badgett officiating. I.I.I

SALES and SERVICE' members present.Refreshments I Mrs. Farber. An instal-I Arrangements were in charge r'
lation of officers for 1963-64 w \ .
were served I of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I 5
t was held, and Mrs. Millberger f j. '.fh
Factory Direct Buying and Shipping Will Cost before the meeting. Mrs. L. V. :, will serve as recording sec i t Home. ., '<.;j
Hardin was moderator and ;;
SI4.W E Less-Therefore The Finest Quality Will Sell presented the program.Roundtable 1 retary.endorsed Miss Rosenberg the districtas was Easter i Seals Woven Heel end Tse '.. ,' ;,:
was by ;-v \ '

.. For Less-Check With Us Before You Buy |I a Vice-President candidate for at State the Second an-- I Return Is Asked I Every Pair GuarcnfeM> A}]:' 1 \t ;, ',.:,;;

To Meet FridayThe i nual convention to be held in 1 Mrs. Ruby Johns. Easter ,! The Season's Most J/i.:i i flLWflVS \ : :' .

EXCLUSIVE MUSIC ROOM I Jacksonville in May ;I Seal. chairman, announces pb.f: '.- ,: '
Civic Roundtable will The Starke Club, with Hastings -;i Fashionable: Shade: ? F.RST r .
r rJ: :
Hear See The and I I
-Try- Quality Stereo DemonstrationIn meet, Friday night at 7 pjn. II' Beach i :

Our :Music Room. in the Garden Restaurant. i was awarded a cash prize, as j tnbutions b e returned as C---- RI', "j 11 l; ..; f 4 DUALITY \ "" .

President Buford Mitchell asks all members attending all four ; soon as possible. 1 : -. u1';..+e?.,
that all members attend as : District meetings during the "i Receipts from the sale ofI' f
FREE Home Tria1-N'o 1
Obligation club year had been Easter Seals to the
there are matters of importance wearing go supportof t

'___'.._ LYNN 1AJIILTOOwner to discuss. i! BPW emblems. the crippled children's pro- : {
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/. Rhodes 1 raised to $102.50 per week with -stipulation that he'' Eastrr Program I I Fellowship hour will be observed .,I School, and is now employed and friends are invited to attend

the same as other departmentheads. riot receive a raise 'for two The Easter Program for Eb- I Sunday-morning. At as janitor there. He is the son all services.

: Brooks was hired two years. That time. is up April enezer and Mt. Pis'gahill be 3 o'clock ..the Easter program 'I of the late Rev. Chester CrumSr. There will not be any service -
Suddenly # years ago at $90 per week 26. held at Ebenezer Baptist will be held. At 6:30 Sunday and Mrs. Emma Crum of at Allen Chapel after tne

; i:I Church at '3:30: p.m. Sunday Missionary meeting will beheld this city. Easter program at 3 pm.
Keesler AfB i ( I
i : afternoon. J at Mrs. Sara Prince'shome. The Easter program will be

OF INTEREST TO COLORED ,I I I You are cordially invited to ';I held at 3 p.m. All members Watch for Fin-Float Show.

Maj. Ralph E. Rhodes, 43, CITIZENS OF BRADFORD I take part in our program.We j'I'' Youth Day will be observed ,. .

I died Thursday morning in the r COUNTYi: I i are inviting members '[I and everyone is invited to

: hospital at Keesler AFB, Biloxi (By Elizabeth Givens and the public to help make i help make this a grand day.
i Miss. j i i-Miss Rebecco Allen reporter. -
I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. our program a success. .
_Maj. Rhodes became ill'! ------ ----------da S U&&&*a *&UAVdUdUa. ;
I .. Gwendalyn Robinson, reporter. -
i while attending a Little League i Thnrston Elementary School contact you for a liberal donation j. Greater Allen Chapel

' baseball game and was taken You are invited to attenda The cause Is what the News for Greater Bethel- Easter Sunrise Service will.
;' to the hospital, where he';' = program and a play at the committee is asking you to ham Free Will Baptist start the day at .4 ajn. at Al-

suffered a stroke and died rNew school Tuesday night April think about. Then the. dona- 1 Church: Visiting in the morn- len Chapel. All Stewardessesand

several hours later. He was 16, at 8 o'clock. A donationwill tion will flow freely in large ing service was Deacon Hud- Deaconesses of the city for Summer comfort

the' son of the late Mrs. D. be taken. Mrs. S. C_. amounts. Let all, of us standup son from Lawtey. Covenent are invited to take part in .
A.: Monteith of Starke and Price teacher. i -and be coimted'pn;; April meeting was held at 11 a.m. the service. The line of march '

Fort. Lauderdale. Utility Truck Sees Service Community Band \ 28. One hundred per cent we i Baptism was held also at 3 will begin at Mrs. N. L. punurn's AIR CONDITIONING

Surviving are his wife, Uniform Drive are asking from all citizens, p.m. house on Brownlee St. ., _

Roselyn, and two sons Rocky The City of Stark("' new $17,000 utility truck was pressedinto The committee had its beginning pastors churches, and busi- i j The church accompanied and march by candlelight to Engineered to fit Your Needs

and Stevie; his stepfather, D. service thU week in re-locating a traffic light at the intersection Saturday. April 5, ness places. Can we count on the pastor to Waldo to hold the church. All marchers are

A: Monteith of Fort Lauder- of II.; S. 301 and Call Street. Utilities Director with the following: Rev. G. G. you?Committee. I services. Night service begins asked to wear white, and bringa

dale; a half sister Mrs. G. J. Merrill Hoes predicts that the truck will pay for itself in time McArthur, Moderator of the t :Carriage Announced at 6:30.: Monday night Choir candle. "\\Vhftle House 'Comfort"BROWN'S
McOriff Jr. of Starke, and a Mt. Sinai Association; Deacon Sunday school will be held
saved due to its ease and efficiency of operation In work onpower j Mr and Mrs. Robert Scott No. 1 will meet; Tuesday ;
half other, Joe Monteith of Julius Royal, and Rev. George i at 9:45: with Miss Fannie Bell
announce the marriage of Choir No. 1 will rehearse. :
lines, tree trimming:, and other maintenance work.
Thomasville, Ga. I Lee, pastor of Starke and their Roberta, to Faithful
I } daughter. Tuesday night the Frazier in charge. At 11 am. % REFRIGERATION
Funeral services have been Band Boosters To Macclenny. John David Snell, of Wau- 1 i Few club will meet. Wednesday the Youth will have charge of
tentatively set for Saturday Council RefusesClerk's : This:! Drive has its begin-i chula. The wedding will be 1 night prayer meeting at 'services. The speaker will be

I in Starke with interment in See Parade Film [ ning and will continue ; held Easter Sunday at four 7; Thursday" night Ladies Chester Crum,,. a .rqe nber of 226 S. Walnut Street
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Final through April 28. During this ': Circle; Thursday night, Friday Bethel Baptist'church.. He is '
: Request o'clock at their home. Everyone Phone 969.1121
The Bradford Band Boost- -
I the committee or a' '
arrangements had not been period |
I, I j night prayer meeting; a graduate, .of RJE High
completed at preS time. I ers will meet at 8 p.m. Mon- i member of the committee will is invited. ----q

i i day in the band hall. Color ': [Continued From Page 1] :',I I. .
film will be shown of the Or-
Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at : \
ange Bowl Parade. The films load had been lightened only
Bradford County Telegraph. 1 by the billing which requires
were taken by band chaperones |
just one girl on the machine |

Watch for Fun-Float Show. on the trip. .I! eight"There's days per no month.reason why EVERY NIGHT FROM 9 P. M. TO 4:30: A1M1' ,

1 billing should not be done on

i this [the clerk's side," Edwards .
FLORIDA I repeated to the council", THE UNITED STATES SHRINKS i\..: -
"It's administrative -
an duty,

He stressed that the meter ..
readers could still work out .
| of the utility department except -
1 for eight days per month
THEATRE-.. I! when they would be reading .

meters. Utility cut-offs and
cut-on's would therefore still .
be under the control of the
utility department, the clerk
OPEN: 7:00 P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 ; Y
"We haven't tried the new
FRI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00 .. ....
I system, Chairman Ruby j'X..
I Johns told the clerk, "We had .' ".

professional help to set ]it
Wed., Thurs., Fri., Apr. 10, 11, 12 i I and they said it would be "' ,. .

I wise to departmentalize," .. '. ,

( Parar.nt F "It's fine, except for bill-'
i tilt\ : .r.es
How S\Nee t..< : 1$ Ia"kie ing," Edwards replied. / ,1 G aS Ks

"The Utility Department is

1 Gleason the logical place to have the Now, after 9 P. M., Vin. .

[billing] machine," Mrs. Johns .
said, "Other towns do it this
apas Delicate Condition | way and it's not but a few you can call Station- F y M1
: ; steps between the offices. i

'.. .,.. ..v..... Technicolor j Councilman Orie Wiggins .. \ to-station
\. ;:\ C>w>I.oe: L411fLlllCJI\ : anywhere
: G'IJNIS JOfINS SA S-RUGGlEHO@WUiUOl ; went along with Mrs. Johns .
:. :' \ > saying i that the new system ..
1.1 .. 1 had not been tried long : :
n k-7 in the U.S.A: for $1.00 b
enough. He that ,
j urged everyone .
...' 1Mtl1AtiM9e l htt! [..--YW9Ml9.4hsSSCn!....-. --!ilarY.g7 1I'.1 Ce111;! wr.rIr, !! 1 go along with the changes '
<<.. . .. and be when less! :
patient :
-<" PLUS CARTOON | plaining them to the public ex- a or (except .:. ,)

I until the new operation is un- .
Saturday, April 13--ONLY derstood by all. Hawaii and Alaska)

Triple Feature Program I "It can't work if you don't .
I make it work" Councilman J. w $
D. Doyle told Edwards and 4'

The/ most amazing motion picture j I' urged cooperation with the J \"...,... '".. ,.., ," 4 .",.'-t i.
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new system until it had a :- "
t. "
of .
our time! I ,.-
a j change to function. .:' '" :

| "I've heard cooperation I

enough. I've tried to go along 1
1 with everything you-all do." '.' !. ,
'TEENAGEL Edwards ./-
r replied. "I've always .
$ offered cooperation but I don't

i see anything wrong with us

WEREWOLFPLUS doing the billing," he said.

I "The is that only that's thing the I see way aboutit we Hard to believe, isn't it? What with nearly everything else costingmore

i were advised to set it up to
make it a complete utilities and more, Long Distance rates are coming down. Now you

.'I department." Chairman Ruby .

Johns repeated. She emphasized can just pick up your phone after 9 P.M., call station-to-station any-
that utility billing inher- .'

PRIMITIVE! BEASTS! ently belongs to the utility. where in the U.S.. (except Hawaii or Alaska) and talk to anyone ,'.
i department. '
-- Both Councilmen Wigginsand
r for three minutes for a dollar or less '
Carl Hurst also told the ..
"; :
EENABE clerk they did not think he
could be held solely respon-

I sibile for lost bills when they :.; ,': : Here are answers to some questions: you may have about these new

are made up in the Utilities .. "

I s CAVEMAN Department. : .. rates. So read what "After 9" rates mean to you-then: call some- .
Another criticism Edwards .

1 I had of the new departmentis one tonight! .. .
PLUS that a potential utilities .

customer is required to make .,"!<..: n" }._,' ., -
Body of a BOY..mind of a MONSTEILsoul of an unearthly THINGu three trips between the clerk's .r. -J '\: -
Q. Do all .Long Distance calls cost $1? ,11:1 r Q. What about Sundays and. Holidays?
office and the utility department ,t.
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f in order to have service A. No. Rates are established according to distance. Rate A. Calls may be made at the reduced rates from 9 P.M.

.f I begun. Edwards explained that reductions affect interstate distances over 220 miles. The.. seven days a week.

t the potential customer first new rates range from 60c for a distance of 221 miles up
has to go to the utilities department -
to for call coast last. Are all Distance calk reduced? ,
where he would, for $1 a <; Q. Long '
,j" : .
example, ask to have electricity A. No. Reductions apply only to station-to-station calls

turned on to a certain Q. How long can you talk for $1 or less. : made between 9 P.M. and 4:30 A.M.::
The customer would first A. The basic* rate is for the initial three-minute period '- ,

Sun. Mon Tues. Wed. have to receive from the util- on all ont-of-state calls. ,Of course, you may. talk as long _f Q.. What about calls between points in my own state?
ities the amountof minutes -
department with the additional
as you-wish; being charged >;
A. The maximum charge for "After 9" three minuite
APRIL 14 15 16 any -
the deposit he must put
at a fraction of the initial minute rate. station ttrstation call made within Florida'is 65c.
to obtain service. He then J
AU.tHB hEarT and up .
happiness of the sway hit! I ." .'
I would have to go across the .

1 hall to the clerk's office to Q. Is there any tax on these rates? ; V x j'Q.. How do I dial my, own Long Distance; calls?

pay the deposit and then
0 back to the utilities depart- A. Yes, the so-called "10% luxury tax" still applies on A. First, dial "O"-then give operator area code and

0 ment to see when his current all Long Distance calls. ,. number desired.
alp -.
I would be turned on. At present };

'1 no utility can be turned

S.. ; Nara le on before the deposit is paid
+ i "The system will operate '
Isn1/ / esgvporrve.Le. re.'a1 1 well when people get used to .;

111111 M it," Chairman Johns said again STARKE TELEPHONE COMPANY .

11 1.' 9 Y 4 "It'll just take a lot of .
< ...... *..s.... .. 0r 'good old public relations'." 1 '.
[ "People become beligerent t"I
.F r a
n about getting services cut off air
0r3 alter they've been getting a- "I .'
way with it for a long time," : -
.. she said, "But they will pay 0 <-,
S /u .. _. .
: ,. ..
on time if they know the,. will ...- .. -J tl < -. ;, -
'S ,
; / 0 i be cut off promptly. ;.. ;, .
e 0tMEW I In the only other action at ; \ :1.ii :. d. ". \
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Tuesday night's special session r: : ...,. .. -..' ;' J' ( '+ ; ......iU't' t.
() LrROY mx.rot .ea.-,.,. '.Dad w. ...., bt"... the council took no action .- .... '. T:. ae .. :.'1.,1'10#_ ..."':: ;". ., i,
iliac b "SJrw ..... iI
lfI CI'r 3hp11 m Orll4a at II"'fIIl SNInf"'I', !
r w lit loIN lar.1II'I''' lit- .' on a recommendation by ,______.. ttr I
la.d6ic Rowtll! ker 1R'iyM.'" ;. .....tr Eft! a I ,
the Board of Trustees that the I
PLUS CARTOON salary of Power Plant Super- ..
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intendent Zane Brooks be .
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Record 1 Now 4-4 I, m. Andrea and I will see' all I
of you mothers and children .. .
there. .t. i: : .. li'- 1.
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J. t I "
BHS Baseballs Don't forget the IDA meet- :j1 I

ten .ing next' Thursday.* T
f i

i 8t Santa Fe 5.4 Wt fharo n Fourth Golfers Place:Take READY

I Bradford High base'ballers,ever, and left only three men IJ 4 4fj$ I in District e

'split a pair of games this past I'- t
I' week taking Santa;Fe,5-4 last! The Tornadoes opened the, The ladies enjoyed a Put- Bradford Hiih's golf team j r I _

". but Friday a losing road on 6-5 the contest to local P.: K.'diamond Tuesday Yongein scoring ron two waked out in when the and first Terrell Kouba mnng and drove with Fal-inn McRae ting their Contest was weekly low last putter event.Thursdayfor with Gertie a ':Tournament 5 took, In fourth the Group place with a Friday n 341 District behind, Apr. IT'S FUN WHEN YOU SHOP THE "SPRING INTO SUMMER" FASHlOf dS AT i jWORTH'S

night to post a 4-4 won-lost the first of two runs with the i 16 for nine holes. Eleven ladies the '322 pace set by Jackson

record to date. first of his three hits for the! participated.. There were ville's Lee the winner.

The Tornadoes pulled another night. PKY came right back to! 14 playing on Ladies Day.

come-from-behmd win last Friday take the lead in the second,: With the lovely weather we The meet was played on : Store
the course at the Naval Air ,, Department
have been having we hope to
when and
they were trailing however on two hits a '
: I see more out 'each week. A Station in Jacksonville. Terry .
Santa Fe's Rebels 4-2 going into walk by Terrell on which they!! '
'' few of us got'a Tittle too much Parker was second with a
their half of the fifth inning 'scored, two runs making it 21. .
sun last 'week, but lie had 'a team score 'of 326 'arid DtII (
But issued
four free passes The BUS nine added another!!i
by Rebel hurlers and a run in the third frame when I i. good time. I Pont third with 333. According'to YOU'LL FIND .DRESSESDRESSES DRESSESMORE THAN 1000 DRESSES TO j
Next Thursday, the ISth.: is i! Coach Ed Blaisdell, the .
passed ball were all the luck Jackson doubled, went to third I
the Tornadoes needed to pull it a sacrifice, and scored on 1!]I Ion the regular teeetirik of the ,I Starke team was off form ,: SELECT FROM JUNIORS JUNIOR. ]PETITES IN 5-15, MISSES IN SIZES 10-20 HALF-.
Ladles Golf Association. It win i i Friday 'and had been shooting -
out of the bag as they cap- Kouba's second single and;i '1 from 313-316 in practice. SIZES FROM: 12V2 TO 24V2 I DACRONS COTTONS ARNEL JERSEYS CUPIONIS
italized on their breaks for another in the fifth when Fal-i! be at 12 noon. Everyone try : .
to be there. Harold Bishop was low man .
three runs. I con walked, tole second and: PAStELS PRINTS EMBROIDERIES.
There must have been a lot on the Bradford team! with a ,
Bill Jackson :and pitcher Ken! came home on Fred Wheeler'ssingle. ,, I
: of enthusiasm at the organizational 1 '17, Mike Sheppard had an''
Terrell walked to open the inn The Tornadoes scored:
,: meeting of the nine- 85, Richard Hobbs 89, and ,
ing before Donald Falcon pop-: two more in the sixth to makea I. .
hole inter-city golf club. Officers : Mike Willis 90. '
ped to the pitcher for the first total of five runs when Mike!I -,.
I were elected as follows: I The team expects to par-
out. Then James Roach and Waters walked and Jackson.'i
; President Sue Tucker, Ocala; |; ticipate in several more mat- .)
Dwight Elder were also issued Starling, and Terrell hit three: t .
free passes sending Jackson back-to-bark singles. : Vice-President. Betty Brown, : ches this season but dates .

home to make it 4-3 Santa Fe. PKY added two runs in the!i I Inverness; Secretary Gertie : Were. unknown, at press tiI 1e. r'....: .

Then after catcher Marty third In Identically the 'same l!.I McRae,' Starke" ; and Treasur- .-. iigt ;; ;
first i i er, Grace Reynolds Deland. ,Coke: Tops Raiford h M' I P4 >1k 4 ;}
Starling made a long out witha manner as in the with!,
: The name for the new croup .
fly to center field Terrell, two singles and a walk, and! I }
is "The Nine-Hole Golf A- 10.21n Little 1\
using surprise strategy plan then added two more, for a to-i''I : \ \
round. Each club\ involved :
ned by Coach Charles Lyle tal of six runs, in the fifth on a,:1 i League BaseballDavid
signed UD for a month their '
scored the tying run on a:;walk, a triple, and single. /
squeeze pIadth two out.j "PKY just got their hits:,i club might! like to entertain. Williams and Kenny ,!.!, J it:. 'v
Thp fiat: invitation was Issued / il,, l-'fjfJ:; .
The ball got by the Rebel I when it counted," Coach Lyle Hall pitched Coca-Cola to a ,:t". .. .
bv o"ala for Mav 9. '. :
catcher and Roach then raced,'said' of his Tornadoes' fourth!'i I 10-2 win over Raiford in Lit- h. : J'
This sounds like a lot of : I'Jj ..
home with the filth and winnIng defeat. The locals collected ,; tie League baseball play Tuesday ',_'".1l' ..:A'i.-+' t .,,-
., '.tn. as well as enioyinp meet- : 1j' ".4'.1.,
!.1<,< ...tt
run for the Tornadoes I'|I eight safeties with Kouba go-:s i jngot.her lady golfers in cen- :j: afternoon. .."'.!,(W.. .:
Terrell allowed three hits ling 3 for 4 and Jackson going. I Richard Williams also hit a \< .
tral Forida and playing on '
and fanned seven for his first 1 12 for .1 including a double. :i: homer for Coca-Cola! to aidi
the different courses. Would t
I Third baseman Kouba is cur i i I his team in the hitting department \
win.The I I ha nic if we hflvo a good rpn- .
Tornadoes had scored, rently leading th** Tornado hit-, '!I in the game which
resentatinn going to Ocala'
their two runs in the second ters with a ton id pace of .477 was played at Raiford.
in May.: Be thinking about it
inning on two hits by Elder,with nine hits in 19 limps at latHcs. I I J I
and Kouba and two I .
Gary er- bat. Jackson and Terrell are ,
The annual Easter Eng! Watch for Fun-Float Show.
rors. both hitting at on even .300
Hunt for the children of the
r. K. Yonge Contest<< pace with identical 6-for-20 per-
rlub will be Saturday at 4 p.
Coach Lyle's charges left 12 formances. Outfieder Fred '

men stranded Tuesday on Har- Wheeler is the next man on New Arrivals from

ris Field as they lost 6-5 to the the totem pole with two hits Tornado Trackmen Win) $6.9 $8.99 $10.99

Blue Wave as Terrell again in nine tries for a ,.222 pace. I Fashion Centers Daily!
I pitched and scattered six hits. The Tornadoes will travel to I II ,

The Blue Wave hit when the Gainesvile and Harris Field i I Triangular Meet Tuesday'' ..

ducks were on the pond, how- again tonight (Thursday) to
take on Gainesville High School]i OF I
Bradford runners captured O. 53.6; 2-Brannen, P; 3-

Watch for Fun-Float Show. another triangular meet Tues- Larry Crawford, S. 55.6; 4- HANDBAGS BLOUSES SLIPS ALL AT WORTH'S "PENNY-WISE" PRICES :

.-. -- day afternoon in Ocala down- Billy Dowling, S. 56. I

ing Palatka and Ocala as they 140-yard LH: Icenhouer, i I

I Ii scored 68 points. P. 17.4; 2Hiler, 0; 3 I I .

Ocala was a close contender I Sproul. P; 4-George Seeley.
illhIIiUV1' '
I however, with 61 points and I S. r.b )
Palatka was third with 51 880-yard run: 1-Hal Lawson .6

,points. S, 2:06.1: 2-Peters, P: K Afyr ,
1 I Iom
BLEACH Times in the meet were ex-, 3-Cannsial. 0; 4-Joyner, 0. '' sib Q tfi tri

ceptionally slow with Starke's Sprint medley relay: 1-O- F wi

only double winner, Freeman 'cala 2:11.7: : 2--Starke, 2:12.5: c c a f,

KILLS GERMS TOO! Register taking the 100-yard i| [Noegel. Lewis, Crawford J. t'f ai'T -k

dash in 10.9 and the 22o-yard\\ Dowling LOVABLE t4 I
w dash in 236. Icenhouer of Pa- 220-yard dash: I-Freeman'
Dacron Nylon CottonHALFsLIPS
latka was the only other double -!Register, S, 23.6; 2-Brock, P; .. I i

JLJ winner in the meet, taking 3-Lisse. P;-Cannon, O. $1.00 to $3.50"LITTLE

both the high and low hurdles.. Mile\ relay: 1-:Ocala, 3:38: ;

Bleach The Tornadoes plan to travel' 2 Staike, 3.42.8 [Dowling, HANDBAGS

in ml DISINFECTANT to Jacksonville 9iturc3iy: to Dowling Lawson. Dugger $1.99 $1.99 I

participate in the Forrest In' Shot put: 1-Tom Gardner

Loosens dirt brightens Cleans and disinfects: : .; vitational. ,S, 50 feet 1 3-4 inches; 2 SeamToSeamShadow BLOUSES $2.99 : !
sanitizes clothing. sickroom: ,bathroom kitchen. ; '! Panel KAYSER
mN. Results of Tuesday's meet: Courtney, 0; 3-Bill Phillips

t"tr' "' ._ '. '.- 120-yard HH-1-Icenhouerl: S, 45 feet 3 1-2 inches; 4 Dacron, Nylon, Cotton $1.00 $1.99 !
Hood 33 Bleach : ''' ; WHITE .;:.
P 17.2; 2-Hiler. 0; 3-Bowen 0;, Jim Smith, S. r
\ 4,..& g; 1 4-Sproul P.100yard. i i Broad 1 Brock, P, FULL SLIPS Nylon -
jump: $2.99 $3.99New > O
| 6 / to 8 BONE
and Disinfectant ._.. I 1 I .. 1 i I
II II I dash: 1-Register, 21 feet 5 inches; 2-Bennett, Satin Panties

I|S, 10.9; 2-Tom Gardner, S.i i i P; McGbvern, 0; 4Spicer $2:99: Selection From t White Beige PATENTS ':

I,11.2; 3-Brock, P; 4-Spicer, 0.'\: 0.High. Sizes 5-10 !i

Mile run: 1-Wykoff, P,: jump: Baughman, : Slz s 32-.11t $1.00 to $1.50 SHIP 'N SHOREFREE Powder PinkSEAMLESS TAPESTRIES j jA !I

4:45.2 2-Steve Edwards, S,
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"ONE OF THE LEADERS"George : P, 5 feet 4 inches; 2Wayne I
459.8 Lawson S, 5:01 ;
: ; 3-Tony : ;'II Phipps, S, and Bennett, P, .
4-Durham, P.
i tie 5 feet 2 inches; 4-Mc-
880-yard relay: 1Starke, i I Govern O. "j

; Donaldson 1:37.7: [Gardner, Pass Dugger, !| Discus throw. : 1-Moody, 0,: p
Ii Register]; 2-Ocala. 1 I: 136 feet 4 inches; 2Tom: Yh Ii t

( 440-yard dash: 1Sutter, Gardner, 133 feet 4 inches; i <

i P. o. Box 106 Waldo, Fla. : 3-Topper.i 0; 4-Bill Phillips,!! ttt

PHONE 468-1015 for the second time this sea-'s. : It' ,. I

"With an Insurance Plan to son. The Hurricanes' Mike Pole vault: 1 Lynwood;;: '

Gornto threw a no-hitter at. Walters, S, 11 feet 3 Inches; I]i < F F

Fit All of Your Needs" ,the local field the first game,i 2-Bowen, 0; 3-Bennett, P'i 4At A' Hat & Bag Sets $2.99 I

I this season. 4-Deosch, P. I II wpr} I fi

DONALDSON Representative of -I


II or. Short SleevesBY ; GIRLS DRESSES .
CAMPUS Sizes 2 to 18 Feltman C. I. Castro ._ ,
$5.99 to $9.99
a four-day ( only) $1.99:
I % ** 1.99 $2.29 $2.99 1 : .
the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans as a reward i Starke;s WASH 'N WEAR $2.99 to $7.99 $ -

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for his year's record. Earl's GarageALL I-Cities' Service Station- FRUlrOrTHELOOM I, J r 'I"-t 'P.-- ."' !

Business sessions were attended, and a better 1 KINDS OF J. C. Gardener, Prop. i! ( ; .. yfI. REGISTER NOW .., :
understanding: and knowledge of your insurance Every Mechanical Sen ice ; .l''... '.:11. 'J4':,-: : FOR 36 INCH:PLUSH !
needs and benefits were gained. All Work Guaranteed (IGeneral Repairs -: Automatic], ;: :!s: EASTERBUNNIES II I

Transmissions I MEN'S :j1f1' \ 4
Phone 863-mi II :
This wonderful experience was made possible Cite[ seni ce' Product* I: SHORTS' !1j.. _, .. .
,Walnut gtartt ,
So. !
b)' the many satisfied insurers and he now expends [ TIRES BATTERIES TEE SHIRTS Fruit Of The Loom DravHhgApr.- i 13th

;?05 N. Temple ,' Stark!'I BOYS
his many thanks to you. ,
PHONE 9S4391I : 69c Each
A bus, olr_ to.all parts of interest, and a boat [ 3 'for '$2.05BOYS'' TEE SHIRTS
cruise on Showboat President down the Mississippi, I 1 1i : i & BRIEFS

and other attractions too numerous to men- Gilbert S. Brown L Colonial Florist :. o. MEN'S SOX SPECIAL
many i I i ; 49c -- 3 pr. $1.45 y Banlons 12 Colqrs
I tion. 4laadar'd Oil Serrlc 8UU.a:!I I Dot ''Bagwell.; Mgr. ;: TEE SHIRTS ATHLETICSHIRTS 69c PairSTRETCH


BATTERIES> 'MEMBER F. T. D. *> -9- Assorted Patterns ,

NOW A dudset terms .. Road Service;) FlOnN"ired World Wide 3 for $1.45 39c -- 3 for $1'15 HOSE In Sized Sox .
Thanks '
Again 2 BILLION Stance Phone 954-6291 : I
Phone 864-7071 ., t!'. .
DOLLAR 407 N. Tr.pie. StarktDodd's WORTH'S HAS ALL SIZES .a 2 pr. for $1.00 39c pr. 3 for $1
-George Donaldson COMPANY LANDSCAPINGWE Sizes 101/2' to 12FRIENDLY


-unSERYPr Shop and Save More at the Store With MoreWORTH'S

Auto, Sales
\&te and 'Commercial .
ftuubler ISaies C Servlc Property J .
I'' t GENERAL .REPAJKINO: Also expert tire removal and CoURTEoUs
M I/eNl[
tire al tasua1fJJ"fff TrhnmI nE"i DEPT. STOREWhere GIFT :;
International Lifetime
frtIf Your Satisfaction Guaranteed. !
Mufflers \i
I FIEESTChYK: Tri County ''' Your Dollars Are Worth More" ,

Tires, Batteriea.. Acc5sorle :. STARKE '

528 S. Walnut 964-38(1 I Development: Co. i 4., '. _____ __" -- ._,_.FLA... ___ __ _. ._. ____ ._ .,. .. _
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Minstrel Set Easter Sunrise I Rabid Coon !JIs Men's Baseball HARRISON MOSLEY I City, County Set p.m. During the program. a | opening of an office this week .i Have you an old refrigerator I I

Service At StadiumThe ; Team Tops Harrison Mosley, 66, of To Join' Industry be certificate presented of appreciation to an official will of {j at 235 N. Lake Street inl i!I fan or tools which you no longer I II

Friday At BHS Killed Route 1, Maxville, died last Starke.Mr. use. Convert them Into cai& 1
I Ocala 18-3 WeekStarke a local industry for his con I I
annual Easter Sunrise I Friday in a Lake City Hospi- Appreciation tribution to the community."We : Chance is a native of. now. Phone 961-3101 and uk i

Black-face fun and frolic Service will be held at 6 a. Hear LawteyA Staike's baseball team defeated tal. He was born in Clay and Bradford COun- think it very fitting Chipley and has been associ- for classified. i iI
Sunday in the BHS m'l County, and had lived in the I ated with the land I
will be the order of the day Ocala Sunday 18-3 in ty will join with more than that we let Florida industries surveying
in the L .
killed w-
at the BHS auditorium Friday Rev. H. Walton Grady I coon identi- one of the new season's final Maxville area all of his life. 200 community groups and their employees know i office of M. G. McMillan for Watch for Fan-Float Show.

night when Morocco I bring the message and other tey area Tuesday was exhibition contests. Surviving are his widow, throughout, Florida to hold that everyone appreciates tha the past two and a half years. I I
1 fied positive for rabiee. Jack .
'! ministers of the Starke Ministerial Mrs. Josephine Mosley; two
Temple of Jacksonville brings tremendous contributions they
Curtis McGee and DeWayne simultaneous meetings o n
Trawick of the County' Health I
will assist in daughters, Mrs. Margaret L.
the 1963 version of its famous: Alliance are making to the advance- 1
Elder combined to hurl the Tuesday, April 16 as a highlight -
'. the service. Special music will Department reported yester- I Cring of Miami, and Miss I "
Minstrel to Starke at 8 pm. Starke team to victory, striking -i of the 'second'annual ment of Florida, Gov. Bryant Announcing The Opening
t be the BHS Band Loula Mae Mosley of Maxville; i
provided by '
The big show is being day.Trawick the had out 20 and spreading out Industry Appreciation Week. said in a proclamation designating I
said coon
and Chorus. one son, Harry L. Mosley,
brought here under sponsor- bitten two dogs, which are seven hits. McGee pitched the ,. Homestead sister Mrs. The dinner here will be,held Industry AppreciationWeek. :
; a
ship of the Starke shrine first six innings, striking out 1 in the Starke &,Country .
now being confined and will Loula Carter, Maxville; and I II II! WAYNE CHANCE t :
Club and tickets may be obtained Co. Commission, likely have to be killed. The 15 and allowing three runs two brothers Dennis and Vol- Club .and! will be attended by I
in advance from any and six hits. Elder threw the Chamber i ii
Wayne Chance
directors and
found by the road- repre- '
Architect MeetingIs coon was ley Mosley, both of Maxville. i 'I
members. side the dogs and the rabid final three frames, fanning sentatives of industries.
Dinner will be served in the Funeral services were held Opens New REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR -
1 PostponedA animal attacked the dogs dur- five and allowing only one at 2:30.: p.m. Monday in the Bradford County.. : !
BHS cafeteria at 5:30: p.m. for
ing the ensuing rumpus. hit.The Long Branch Baptist Church A highlight oT the event Survey Office I
members of the cast and of the Bradford locals collected 14 hits 235 North Lake Street i
meeting I Trawick said that a rabies with Rev. M. E. Mathews of- will be. a .statewide radio and it

friends.The traditional black-face 1 I County Commission with architect clinic will be held in about for a fine day at the plate. I. ficiating. Burial was in the television address'by Governor Wayne Chance, a registered Starke, Fla. Phone 964-7343 t

I Frank George, previously i two weeks and all owners of Tommy Malloy and Elder led church cemetery under direc- Farris Bryant from .8 to 8:15 land surveyor, announced the I
minstrel and dances
songs I the Starke boys with four hits
pets are urged to get them tion of Key-McCabe Funeral
scheduled for Tuesday -;
i --
will be presented in the first
inoculated at this time. in five times at bat each. !
half of the show, while the I Apr. 16. has been postponed This is the third rabid animal Starke opens the regular Home. r S I It

second part will be devoted to I until April 23, Commission -, killed in Bradford Coun- season Sunday, April 21, here ZION PASSION PLAY I

specialty numbers featuring i Chairman Carl Prevatt! ty this year, and about the against Archer. All home -

stars of the cast. Music will : announced yesterday. !, eighth since the first of 1962. games will be played on the The Zion Passion Play will =

be provided by the MoroccoTemple's I George found he could not ; There was one fox in the lot Bradford High School dia- : be shown in sound and colorat
Dixieland Band.
and all the rest have been mond and will begin at 3 p. 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the
: meet with the board on the | 20 Words. r lest, ene time __ .95
The team will play on Memorials KeM luMon3 ____
coons, Trawick said. m. First Methodist Church. This : > : -_- Dc per Wait'.
first date, Prevatt said. I If aot paid fa a draae-__. _
Watch for Fun-Float Show. !i alternate Sundays. film is made up of an all- 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words 2.5* :'

I Coke TopsIDrawTite Christian cast and will depict Keyed or Blind Ads -- 1.00 Over 50 words ____ "-..._- 5c per worf
Club Has week of Christ'searthly Each additional ward erer 20 ___ 03
i QB the last L' Display ads, in Classified ___ 1.50 per tadk

ATTENTION MOTHERS 3-1 In $537.13 CashThe I ministry.

Evangelist Walter Zvoda
V8ANc .
Mixed Bowling S FOR SALE- Pink and red
will also show his films of AT SEDUCED EATBS l. FOR RENT Nicely furnished 1
Bradford QuarterbackClub AUTO PIKE .. _,_ JJOAT hybrid Daylillies 50c clump. 2 bedroom house. 612 Lake St.
Old Jerusalem and its walls, t'
A Beautiful 16 x 20 Portrait By i Coca-Cola defeated Draw- reports cash on hand of sits outside of DOYLE E. CONXfK Mrs. Joe Bass, Road 100, 1 I Adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls] ph.
Tite 3-1 in Wednesday Night $537.13 with the forthcoming and sacred INSURANCE AGENCY. miles S. of Starke. 2tp 4-11 :Fe Ii 964-5744. tech,.
the city such as the Mount
Mixed League bowling mov- Spring All Sports Banquet estimated Phone 961-4301. FOR. SALE Salvia, double, [ WANTED Girls for spar
of Gethsemane,
LEEMAN'SOnly ing into a tie with Winkler to require about $250 5 tfchg ruffled and plain petunias also i time sales work. Sarah'Coventry
and the tomb of Christ
'Electric. Army Armstrong led of this amount, Curtis Lee, gotha Tomato plants. Mrs. V. R. Jewelry. Write Opal Smith,
with the story of the resur- Insurance Problems? Ferguson Read The Classifieds! !
series of phone 964-5571, 2
I the winners with a president, said yesterday. Box 15, Raiford, Fia. tfchg.
rection. miles from Starke : IF YOUR NAME IS l
; 472 while Bob Firth topped During the year member- Call The Man From on Highway
The pastor Rev. J. R. I 16 north. tfchg .
i Draw-Tite with a 439. ship fees and net profits from "TRAVELERS"George : FOUND AMONG THE
$$189 ..i Winkler dropped three football and basketball con- Brabham, extends an invita- E. LaRue, BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL] FOR SALE ,

: I; games to Noegel's 301 with cessions, and a smoked fish tion to the pUblic. Keystone Heights. Agt. For before you see I AT THE TELEGRAPH! By Owner '
N' I WORLD BOOK. Call write
"Travelers or
Charlie Schaefer leading the totaled 1023.69 the. Ins. Companlea"Tel. r,
: : supper 5 Woods Fires M. A. PAYNE your local rep-!OFFICE FOR A FREE
Satisfaction Guaranteed winners with a series of 499. report show::}. 473-4692 Day, resentative since I 3 Blocks To Shopping Area
I 1956 Box 603
or Money Re- : E. A. Winkler was high for From this amount was paid Reported Last Week 473-4325 Kites. phone 964-3794. tfchg''TICKET TO THE FLORI!, In Pinehurst Subdivision j
m ,,,, funded ; the losers with a 487 series. $328.23 for the annual Foot- Auto Fire Home Business DA THEATRE. Concrete Block ,Home, 3 Ii

6 I Gardner's Gulf Service defeated ball Banquet and $158.33 for Florida Forest Service Monthly Payment Plan WILL TRADE OR SELL i' J Bedrooms & Florida Room, Ij
.1 . ..' N I Town Finance four football jackets leaving a Available equipped restaurant H. A. GRAINGER, j I
', .. ,. .. : ) o Appointment headquarters in Bradford equiped two car moverable Spreader i Carport & Utility Room.I
'' I games with Frank Jarvis having balance of $537.13.Quarterback five woods tfchg. Service Chicken fertilizei.; I
S Necessary County reported Diner in Allentown, Pa. for F. H. A. Approved,
series of 528 for for sale. Hauled and spread.
high Club meetingsare I
burned -
\ fires with 15.4 acres home or business in Florida. Small Down I
No Obligations I the winners, and Judy Noegel held on the third Thursday -I during the past week. WANTED. RIDE'to Jacksonville Write P. O. Box 9, Stark, Lime also. Phone 684-5433'1 Payment. j

high for the losers with 395. of each month at 7:30: p. Since Jan. 1 there have 6 days a week. Arrive Fia. 2tp 4-18 I Grandin. Fia. Monthly\ Payment $61.82 ,

No Age Limit B & G Truck Stop took m. in the gymnasium or the been 53 fires and 434.7 acres Jacksonville 8 a. m. leave I MOWING YARD at reason Phone 964-3544} I

three games from Police Department high school cafeteria."It Jacksonville 725 p.m. Earl Cook, FOR SALE-4 room house on : able rate by yard. Call Mon. 717 'Y. Cypress Street 1

No Extra Charge For Full Length Of Children to tie the losers for is urgent for all parents. fires burned and as 645.6 compared acres with burned 104: S. Epperson St. 2tchg' 4-18 301. Bath 4 closets, new hot II thru Fri. after 4 p.m. Phone I Starke, Fia. i j
water heater |
; FOR SALE 4-3 964-7215.
first place team. Bob Drake who have sons participatingin month old German Itp
Under Years Old '
I during the same period last Lot 100'xieo. Phone 964- : ------------
B G with series of athletic Shepherd puppies. Wormed FOR 1"
led & a the high school SALE- 1951 Dodge 2 FOR SALE2
5801. 2tchg 4-18 young sows
Croups-$2.00 Extra Per Person 539, and Bill Rosser paced program, to attend the next year. and baby shots. $7.50 each. I door. Good transportation, and eleven pigs. 2 mo.'old. L.
Ideal Easter Gift. Phone 964- FOR SALE OR TRADE for
the police with 508. regular meeting on April 18. motor fair, body: good shape. A. Wynn. Hampton Fia. Up
Actual Size Of Portrait Almost As Large As 1294. S Itchg equal/ value '49 Ford V8. See Phone 964-7111. Madison and -
Those converting splits We will organize for our nextyear's
in the Masonic Hall. There at 385 Alton Rd. Itp ALL NEW- Ladle's dresses. .
This Newspaper Page the 5- :NEWLY DECORATED fui- Cherry Sts. $125.00. Itp I
were Margie Schaefer, program at this time, \- 298. Girl's dresses
will be a covered dish supperat ---- ------ $1.69. -1
I 7-9; Julia Wells, 3-7-10; and President Lee said. 6:30 All members and Ished apartments. One and FOR SALE Large Easter!f REGISTER NOW for adult Blouses 39c and 69c. Girl's
THE PLACE TO COME IS p.m. bunnies. Chihuahua and Pe
I E. A. Winkler the 5-10 and I two bedrooms. Reasonable, evening classes. Mail >.,.* and Misses' Shoes, $1.79.
the 6-7. officers are invited. Lights and water furnished. kingese. Phone 533-2471 or I course selections to L. H. Gib Mary Carter Paints 321 N. I
OES OfficialsTo
Contact 431 Center ,St. or Box 324 Kingsley Lake.. Itchg. son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 Temple Ave. 4-18
Standings Won Lost -- 2tchg
phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. YOUR OLD WATCH will I fee per course. Negro adults
Visit Starke Show.
Watch for Fun-Float
Police Dept., . 22 10 contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J. FOR SALE-Chicken manure
tfchg the down payment
.make on a ,
147 'V. Call St. B&G ........ . 22 10 I S S beaqtiful new Bulova at E. School. tfchg and pigeons Toth Chicken

Town Finance. 17 15 Worthy Grand Matron Irene I LIMITED TIME ONLY! I; FOR -SALE2: br. concrete Dahmers Discount House. Farm 3 miles on US 301

The Day Will Be5 Noegel 301 . 17 15 I Johns of Green Cove Springs block home in walking ,distance f tfchj? NEW AND USED-Chain saws North. Itp

Gardner Gulf ..... .14 18 will pay her official visit to churches.of shopping'area, and PEYTON FLORIST-----1 $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. FOR-SALE- Walnut dining t
: Furnished
pro uni Lawn
sales and ser-
I mowers
Tuesday April 16 Hours 10 To 5 Coca I Cola ..-.. .- 12 20 the Starks Eastern Star i furnished. Quiet, large)ot, IS 119 S. THOMPSON ST. vice. Your McCulloch Dealer room set and buffet $50.
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Chapter on Friday, April 12, Phone 964-6601, Ext. 50-W.
Winkler Elec.. 12 20 I trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg PHONE 964-4155 : Florida Saw Co. 19th DriwN. I

Draw Tite. . 11 21 April, 12, in the Masonic Hall. Dr. H. G. Bollinger, : I East, Gainesville, Fla. 6- --- Itchg,
I NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1033 FOR SALE Modern
'I 3411. tfchg Kings-
Fence Posts, Poles, etc. DISTINCTIVE FLOWEF.SWe I i, I ley Lake home. Large dock

Pressure Creosoted To Wire flowers Anywhere I house and boat house. Good I,.

Last A Lifetime tfchziOSE I I Electra-Tronics, Inc financing available to reliable
Also several )
person. acres
What'a Show SOUTHERN WOODPRESERVING WEIGHT Safely with I Industrial Division, Sales, Service available adjoining lake home, ,

CO. Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Full II Repairs on Motors, Gen Call or Write V. Q. McCoy, )
weeks supply) only 98c Mit- erators, Switching and Con. Jr. FR 2-3361 or P. O. Box

4 BALDWIN, FLA. chell's Drugs. 6tp 4-18 trols, Welders and Tools, Power 414, Gainesville, Fia.

FOR SALE-Reasonable priced -'BY OWNER5 acres and Conversion, Transformers. 4tchg 4-11

r used Televisions. Refrigerators good clean all modern home ,Service and Repairs to All COME SEE-COME SAVE

Washers. Excellent for sale. 3 bedrooms, living I Heavy Industrial Electrical Kelvinator "Value Magic."

Condition. Bullington AppU- room dining room, kitchen, I i I Equipment Highest Trade-ins. Top ralue. I

MOROCCO TEMPLE'SALL .1 t 'L I ances. tfchg family room. 1% bath. Fireplace 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G"vilU Amazing! low prices. Better appliances -

drapes and carpet PHONE 372-1280 through constant ba-
1 through out house go with s 1 c improvement. McGriff

NEW, BEAUTIFUL sale. 10 minutes drive from tfchg. Trading Mart 130 N. Court St.

A1\\ STAR Starke. Phone for appoint- 2tchg 4-11
.Q. I At... ment 964-3043, Ira H. Truex. WE
S ML4. 4tp
you we help you buy. seed for sale. Floyd Wiggins.

LOW ANNIVERSARY KINGSBBRRY EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Good selection of new and Phone 2721 Brooker.

ic 'k Minstrels PRICE ES. Apply in person at Garden used 8' and 10' wide Mo\ 4tthg-4-18

'IoMU Restaurant. tfchgE. bile Homes. FOR SALE-One acre home

L. Kelly LAKE GENEVA sites adjacent to Southside .r
FOR SALEGood Registered. TRAILER PARK Elementary. High and Dry.

1 OR 2 BATHS 'Angus bull breeding age. Also .1 mi. SE ot Keystone Hts $2,500. an acre. Contact Billy

ic V. A. $50 DOWN Argentina Bahia grass seed. I on Route 100 -Jackson----- Starke. tfchg.--
: HIGH STEPPING I I Write Box 640. Starke or phone I I tfchg FOR SALE: 7 room 2 bath 1
.5 5' FHA 3% DOWN : Lu ian Conner 964-0284. I house, utility room, large corner

T : : .! \ I BRICK OR 'FRAME"SEEING S 4tchg 4-11 ,I FOR SALE I II side. lot 210 newly E. Adkins decorated St.. key in- i

HIGH FLYING I! Ready mix concrete concrete : "
j MOBILE HOMES 8'xlO' wide .next door. tfchg
S to 60'. 50x10 as low as $3,888 i'i! block, house piers, sand, cement -I i
I with monthly payments mortar mix, rock, steel. ': FOR RENT-3 bedroom un ,
IS BELIEVING"CONTACT $67.05; 8x35 only $2995 with 1! oyster shell limerock roof furnished house on Westmore

L'A COMEDY I / monthly payments $ 5 1 .58. :,: gravel lintels. BRADFORD I land St. See Sam Rosenberg.

Trailer Mart Inc. U.s. Hiway:i ENGR. co. Phone 954-2521 tfchg

ic I 17, Box 468. East Palatka, EA- Starke. tfchg j ONE: TON ADMIRAL Air conditioned -
,' b The SELKIRK laRUE 81050. tfchg!I, I $179.95 value for
I wrp.I
AT ITS BEST U Model 5526 ,. i HASTINGS MATTRESS $143.50, 5800 certified nema
I d Contemporary upright console FOR SALE & rating. Larger ones prices at
styling in grained Walnut I
I Excellent business location. big discount. Lahmer's Discount
color color.or grained Mahogany 400 W. :Madison St.- 200 ft. on Hiway 301 N. includes i' 710 Lemon St. Palatka House, 125 E. Cat St.

S From PHONE964.8641k 3 BR year old house. Furniture Repaired, 8tchg 5-23

BHS Auditorium >VIUImS"n-' < I Free Estimates Of Building -;.Or'$11,000.house$500 with down.100 $85 ft. frontage mo.- Upholstered & Refinished H. A. Sprow

$495 And HousemovingA 10000. Call 9648641. :. FOR SALE German Shep.
..- AllOWAlCE/ tfchg New Innerspringsand herd female 2 years old. Excellent -

I ( WATKINS ROUTE to this Box Springs I bloodline. Doghouse Included -

; FRIDAY APRIL 12 Every Zenith is area is open for semi-retired Drop Us A Card or Call I.I price $35. Call 964-

HANDCRAFTEDfor man, or lady.. Many, semi-re- Income Tax Servicej! PALATKA EA 5-9166 5521. Itchg-
I .5 tired people earn'$50.00 to FOR SALE- 1955 Ford pick-
i Greater Dependability $100.00 per week, dependingon Charles E. Hutcheson: ; STARKE 964-5934 truck New motor. A-l
ic'' 8:00: P. M. every connection is hand. I' time devoted to Route. Mon. Fri After 5 P. M.|I I AIRS. PEGGY SHALLEB, shape. C. C. Melvin, Brooker
: Also have 1 full time Route Starke Agent
S wired and handsaJdered for I Fia. Up
Day Saturday .
greater Qperating depend. : open. Maybe you can qualify. I I

I I flit ability and fewer service I For personal Interview in your CALL 964-1195 |I i APARTMENT FOR RENT-2 BOBBY HALL PLUMBING

problems. area, write J. H. McGarity, I' COMPANYCOmmercial and
I I 521 Pratt St. Starke bedroom air conditioned $60
I Gold Video Box 627, Wffliston Florida. Residential Repairs. Phone
Guard Tuner I Also small
i per mo. apartment -
: ,- for longer TV life and Stchg 4-18 Chged 4-12,1 Waldo 468-1206. Rt. 1 Box
.! e e e superior $50 per mo. Utilities 57-B, Starke, Fia. 8tp 5-30
H'5 s signal reception. Henry Stefanelli I I furnished. M. R. Judd 127 Lafayette -

; 1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE: WANTEDColored Maid one i'j phone 964-5951. tfchg I NURSERY WORKERS NEED

: ,.... ",. : CO. Sales & Service by authorized day a week. Must have referj j j I I RAILROADS AIRLINES ED. Apply at office, Blair's
Our.7aDAYFREE. Nurseries Fia.Stchg
Ask About Macclenny -
i representative. Con- : ences. Phone 964-9854. Itchg. .i TRUCKLINES-INDUSTRY
.1,. 4-25
: : tact: John EdenfieM, 964- I FOR SALE Vaughn ; MEN & WOMEN 18-25 start
.: r S i prop- :, I
Sponsored By : 6863 or Stump's Dept. Store, erty with 275 ft. frontage on.': to train at once. Many open- HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT

;. : : .:!,- / HOME TRIAL : 964-2651. tfchg E. Call St. Zoned business. W. i j ings. Expanding Transportation -Can be moved to your own

i FOR RENT Furnished and B. Sewell Realtor, Phone 964- I & Communications Industry lot. Also 100 ft. lots ,for sale
I' 2881. Itchg needs TRAINED per- facing hiway 16. J. B! White,
Starke Shrine Club unfurnished apartments. Also
: ,.1c jet unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom sonnel. Free placement. Positions Phone 964-1651. 2tp 4-18-

0 WINKLERELECTRIC 'I houses. Reasonable rent.W. H. 5 acres with, new cement In R. R. Telegraph FOR SALE Real Tone 9

I ,I Nollman.! Starke. tfchjr block home, nicely landscaped, Teletype, Rates Tariff, Traffic transistor Radio $20. Phone

II I II only $10,000.Apartment Mgm't. For qualifying interview 969-1821. Itchg
__ I FOR RENT-2 bedroom un- house furnished -
include address, -
I furnished house. 6 1-2 miles except owners apt. Nice large AVON CALLING HOUSE
FunForThe phone, age, race, married or
; i t North of Starke on Htway 16. lot and very good location. single. Write Box A, B. C. Telegraph WIVES-we offer a career to
I Rt. 2 Box 93. J. W. Gaskins Can for appointment to see Starke, Fia. 2tp 4-18 the woman who wishes to be

Admission Whole Family INC. ; tfchg this. Only $16,000 with excellent in business for herself representing .

234 N. Temple Ave. FOR RENT- One bedroom terms. TROUT FISH BATT For Worms and Avon. Write Ouida C.
i 1T
$1.00 : trailer. Westmoreland Trailer REALTY, STARKE. FLA. U. Missouri Minnows see Bill Sweat P. O.Box 540, Live Oak

Phone 9644301 Park, Phone 969-2151. Itchg. S. 301 So. Ph: 468-1766 Waldo. Stern, 301 South. 3tchg 4-11 Fia.- ltchg

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[ ; .. i. .f"(I""I. THURSDAY APRIL 11, 1963 STARKE, FLORIDA
the grass helps build up the
der some Bahia pasture and Grass is one of the best soil soil and gives the grass pro- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

. i planted berries on it. "These builders if managed right. tection. Sunday School 10 a. m.:
'e berries following grass are the Otis Leach tells me his pas-
The District's fertilizer dis- Morning Worship 11 a. m.
COUNTY best berries I've ever grown
out in good
tures are coming
WITH says Dutch. tributor was used by M. L. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.

II ,Rotating crops \rtth" pastureIs shape. "I like to plant a legume Lawson E. F. Lindes, PatA. Prayer meeting Wednesday

Had FunWHave// More, We Hope YOUR AGENT a very outstanding conser- with my grass" says Miller, and Lonnie Craw- 7:30: p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams -

I. ae.acr.F+.;.v,:C.Y'!',i',_.",?a"?r.. _._, vation practice for this area. Otis. A legume planted with ford to fertilize their pastures. ,
Last Saturday's Strawberry Festival The Strawberry Festival, however ...

It though fashioned ,on modest lines, is "a natural" as an annual get-to- -

was a good start toward an annual cele- gether between our merchants and

bration, which has been talked about farmers and last Saturday's experience TOTAL PERFORMANCE

much in recent years, but very little shows that it would be enjoyed and appreciated o t

I 1 done about it. by folks in Bradford, as wellas

\ Finally, taking matters into their neighboring counties.It .

I own hands, the Retail Merchants Asso- was also proved that we do not JjL i'.i1'x
far and wide for ; waA CJ ...
ciation came up with a "starter" pro- have to look good en

gram and, with a minimum of effort tertainment features. The merchantsare By

1 and expense, staged an afternoon of indeed grateful for the musicians, George T +

old-fashioned festivities that was en- who provided that toe-tickling "country HugginsSTRAWBERRY

joyed by hundreds who thronged Call music," with no charge for their con- _

\ Street all during the day. tribution to the fun; also to the Brad ______
I HARVEST or 2 tablespoons of the 50 percent I ___
Such activities on the part of merchants ford High School Band and Majoretteswho CELEBRATION activities are emulsion per gallon of : e Y ____

i have a background of tradition put on their usual topnotch per- over but the talking has just water. x'

/, in Starke, although the custom had formance to get things going. Also be'gun. The Retail Merchants Pretty flowers and a good N x.

been allowed to laspe for many years. appreciated and enjoyed was the rid- Committee of the Starke and home garden are each a val-

There may be a few older citizens who ing demonstration staged by the Brad- Bradford County Chamber of uable asset to us. If we are

still rememer the Fourth of July cele- ford County Sheriffs Posse; and Commerce is meeting this successful with each we can

brations that were staged here in the thanks go, of course, to all the grow- week to review the celebrationheld enjoy looking and eating. If
have either, we have a
last Saturday. Everybodyis we
early 1900's, when stores stayed open ers who exhibited strawberries, and of insects
home for variety
pretty sure that a big a 4
on the holiday and played host to all the housewives who prepared those strawberry celebration will beheld and the fight must continue.I
I visitors from the entire trade area. delicious entries in the dessert contest. from r
year now on.
r rp
Parades, horse races, free entertain Altogether, the Strawberry Festi. If this is done, it will certainly

ment, and even a basket dinner in the val was a notable achievement and has develop into a bigger ac- n

park were features of these celebra- done much, we believe, to promote tivity. For the size of the activity x .,

tions. With the coming of the auto, good will and seal good relations be- last Saturday it could
the custom of lakes not be any better, just bigger.
travelling to and tween our merchants and our growers.
beaches for the Fourth became tradi- All of Bradford County is looking Ed Dahmer was mighty Our Soil 0 Our Strength L .j
happy that he had contactedthe
tional, and the town celebrations were forward to a bigger and better Straw-
Bennett boys and asked
finally abandoned. berry Festival next
year. Soil Conservation
them to enter a flat of straw- I ?
berries in the contest. Donald N-E-W-S 4

1 Speak For Yourself, Mr. Coffee Breaker I must have been mighty hap-

K py .also when the judges selected By BID Baas

Overheard during coffee break in a Regardless of the merits of the 1 his flat of Albritton I

Call Street drug :store: proposed School Board raise, it would' strawberries Even for first place. The Board of Supervisorsfor i

"It's a funny thing-I am opposedto still be a healthy situation to hear II he is Bill with Graham his money as closeas was the Bradford Soil Conservation a
the proposed increase in for District held their regular (
salary more public discussion of matters of laughing over the fact that in \
monthly meeting
School Board members, and everyoneI this kind. The old argument is still unresolved he had to buy two flats of Starke. Those were'
have mentioned it to doesn't like the present
: some observers say that we strawberries. After Bill had I Sam McGarvey, chairman
idea, but still no one has made his need higher salaries on public bodiesto paid $12 or $14 for one flat I Lonnie Harley. and Foster

views known publicly." make membership attractive to "the and was only trying to get I Sill Smith, members. Bill Haas

Yes-you're right, Mr. Coffee right" people in these busy times, and the price up a little higher on .I and Leon Carter Soil Conservation Y
Breaker. It's a funny thing. another one the bidding stop- SPORTS H4RDTOPYOU'LL
others argue, just as strongly, that I Service. FORD GALAXIE 500/XL
It's not true in this ped at $7.50 and he had an- I
only instance. the best served back in the It was announced that JohnD.
men days .
other flat of berries! I saw KNOW WHY
It's true in many, many others. Odom HI winner of the
when they were paid two or three
him Tuesday morning and he '
District soil conservation
Legislative hearings are advertisedand dollars a meeting. Of course, "times was still red around the lips FORD SWEPT THE FIRST .
held with the public invited, county speaking contest, will speakat
have changedPerhaps the will to from eating strawberries.It the Legion meeting. John

members commissioners meet meet, school board serve and sacrifice on a public body was an outstanding will also .speak in the Area FIVE PLACES AT DAYTONA..WHEN YOUR'63 FORD IS STILL GOING STRONG YEAR AFTER YEAR
city councilmen meet
strawberry celebration and we
for the sheer satisfaction of helping I speaking contest at Green

and yet these meetings are sparsely! to build a community or a county is a are grateful to the merchantsand I Cove Springs on May 7 Daytona's big, banked oval puts unbelievable stresses and control and road-clinging suspension can win that's what

attended-if at all-by the public, and thing of the past. Some are convincedthat to the growers for working The Board discussed the strains on engines, steering gears and frames. The Fords that we mean by total performance.
together to make it '
n little indication is given to the mem- it is. pos- use of equipment and encour- won at Daytona took all the punishment this famous track Visit your Ford Dealer before you buy any other new car.

bers as to the true feelings of their But be that as it may there is a sible.INSECTS ARE WORKING. aged the users of the equip- could dish out over 500 miles of grueling competition wl.hHere's what you'll find:a new kind of total-car durability, a new

constituents. If you can't attend a disturbing element in the reluctanceof Whiteflies hatching out ment to be more careful so out missing a beat kind of handling ability, a suspension that is startlingly smoothIn

meeting, it still costs only a nickel to Mr. Coffee Breaker to-! speak out on shrubs like are gardenia ab- that the cost of repairs couldbe this toughest of all stock car. events, _mpchaniral failures. yet sticks to the road like tar.. If,you haverrt Driven! .one lately,

write your views to those who would and let his opinion beUisown. After 'ella, ,, eteA Tfieyjisually. :: 'attack The held Board down. discussed the claimed over fifty per cent of( ?the starting:) field.! B.-t "f iivnve| you can't really know what a new Ford is like.Remember, /if it's
doubtless appreciate"knowing how you all-it's a free country, and it's run ornamental< plants during this State Land Judging event Fords entered, nine went the distance. Ford took! s'x ot the built by ford, it's built for performance..,, total performance!

feel about the issues. by Mr. Coffee Breaker's tax dollar season and will come again hel \ in Gainesville. Althoughthe first ten places ,
'I solid silent SUPER TORQUE
probably about June When
team representing Brad- Five-hundred-mile events like Daytona are a public demonstration ,
you disturb the plant they ford County did not place, and sheer excellence !-
t A Well-Deserved Honor of toughness, reliability. engineering FOR 80 YEARS THE SYMBOL OFCtPBIDABU
will out like little
swarm the Supervisors are proud of that are part of the new generation of Fords. A test like PRODUCTS yKOTOS
white gnats. White fly is the' their accomplishments. Mem- this can't be duplicated on anybody's testing grounds-it's run "\ ( fd F < R 0
Bradford County can bask in a bit members of the bar. cause of black sooty mold usually 4 .
team Carl
of the
bers are right out in the open. Any car can enter. But only the car that
of reflected glory this week found on gardenia. leaves. COMPANY]
as County That
in such
we heartily concur Rhoden, Bill Phillips Don has the best total combination of strength, balance, precision l __ ... '-- "l
Judge Theron A. Yawn begins his yearas feeling of respect and confidence goes Brandes. und Wayne demons

new president of the Eighth Judicial without saying. The manner in which Rosebuds are opening and Paul Hutchins FFA Advisor

Circuit Bar Association. Judge Yawn has conducted the com- thrip are attacking. Thrip down do was their coach. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Those familiar their damage by getting The other day I was talk-
with this organization plex and varied duties of the three into the bud it
tell us that this is the first time courts over which he presides has beena Thrip is a sucking as type opens.insect ing to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Har-
about strawberries. They
in its history that the group has source of satisfaction since he rosebud so ley
gone ever and injure the told me that they turned un- 206 WEST MADISON STREET STARKE, FLA.
outside the Alachua County( member- took office ten years ago. It is a source that it will not open uniform- r

sip to select a leader. This fact alone of further satisfaction to note these

indicates that Judge Yawn enjoys the qualities being given proper recognition ly.Aphids, sometimes called,

highest respect and confidence among in other parts. I plant lice are seen on new TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE.........2455202638.00
I and azaleas.
growth of roses_ *
in Force
1962 Increase in Insurance 193,917,792.00
They will als&.be found on TOTAL RESOURCES...................... 333,581,206.17
ripe berry. chrysanthemums and other ,t',r_ : ._ 1962 Increase in Resources ......... 35177152.00
Sewing Today's Fabrics '
tender growing flowers. The
Never Hxcludmg insurance and assets obtained(from Forest I nra Life Usirina CMIJBIJJFWNCIAL
has there
been aphid is also a sucking type :
Home i. + such an array of exciting fab- insect and does its injury by
rics to
tempt the home user piercing the tender growth. ...
to try her skill In clothing Scale insects, including '; RESOURCES
DemonstrationNotes construction. Old familiar fibers cushion
mealy bug and cottony -
Guaranteed and Insured Rsal Estate
',. .
and fabrics have taken '
will attack the stem of a ".1 ", Mortgages............................... 220398791.98
on new textures and finishes; We .
variety of ornamentals. lII"'".""'"
l ,
't" ; ; : U. S. Government Bonds and Notes....... 55.130.744.58Total
and new fibers have been introduced have seen cottony cushion s.

I into the fabric scene scale even on Mimosa trees. t 4 U.S. Obligations............. 275529536.56
By Dorothy Ross -all calling for new knowledge : These scale insects, just as Other Real Estate Mortgages. 23775421.45

Home x for correct handling dur- the others, can do lots of Public Utility Bonds....................... 18343863.62
Demonstration Agent ing the construction of fash- damage whenever the popu- .J State and Municipal Bonds............... 16139561.41
\ ions.A. lation builds up great enough. !?l Other Bonds..n..................... 34,427,163.30

few fundamental principles ONE INSECTICIDE can be ii;IE.-; Policy Loans.............................. 13964724.52

Strawberry Dessert ContestIt County strawberries washed which apply regardlessof used to dust or spray for any Company Occupied Real Estate........... 2971264.10

seems our Strawberry and stemmed], one 9-inch pie your fabric choice are: of these insects mentioned Investment Real Estate................... 1,557,950.68

dessert contest made a good crust [baked]. Save time and temper by hav- above. MALATHION is prob- Cash............._....................... 2221549.11

start and we hope that more Select one pint of choice ing all equipment in good ably our most widely used t' Stocks..................................... 1,437,604.00Other

people will participate next berries and set aside in col- order before you start to sew. general purpose material for Resources.......................... 3,212.567.42

year.We know lander to drain. Put sugar Study your pattern before and prepare cut-- ornamentals and in the home is our BEST Total............................. $393, 1,206.17
you will want your garden. You may use a Mala-
Mrs. J. a. caldwell's recipefor and corn starch in sauce pan. ting out the garment. dust if usually
Mix, then add remaining pintof I thion or you OBLIGATIONS AND NET WORTH
her prize winning pie. Her Make any necessary altera- spray you can purchase a
entry first berries which have been before Reserves to Guarantee Obligations to
won place. The tions in the pattern wettable powder or an emul I
second and third prize whining crushed well. Mix well and the garment is cut. sion. Follow the label direc- Policyowners............................ $344,365,716.37'
recipes will appear in I cook over low heat for about Use fine pins and sewing tions. The directions will probably Lft1U17 Capital and Surplus

this column next week. 15 minutes or until very needles and sharp shears. be 4 tablespoon of the I I 4 (5,000,000 Shares $2 par).............. _41525347.94_

Mrs. CaldweL says she Is thick. Add butter and set aside Cut generous seam allow-. 25 per cent wettable powder D D Total Held for Protection of

going to spend the $15 prize to cooL ances for fabrics that tend to Policyowners.................... $385,891,064.31

money on something she real- Put pint of whole berries In ravel and always cut notches lion, and pressure on sewing .. ._ Securities Valuation Reserve.............. 1947978.14
ly wants! previously baked crust, then outward. .. S.742t163.72
Taxes and Miscellaneous Uabilities... ..
machine. n size and
curved and Thfs.G uncial l statement is evidence of the
Pie pour the cooked berries over Stay-stitch all Machine-stitch seams with strength of Liberty National. Total l resources of over Total............*................. 393581205.17
[Mrs. Caldwdl's recipe] them. bias edges as soon as you remove [follow f r j

1 cup sugar. 3 tablespoons Serve with whipped cream pattern pieces from the geamline the grain arrows! on stitching pattern $393 million are conservatively invested, and the r: *..." ...!......tLIBERTY..................................
corn starch l tablespoon but- oryour favorite topping. Dec- fabric. company has over$41 million of capital and surplus I"

t ter. 1 quart fresh Bradford orate each .slice with a pretty Check length of stitch ten- line.Experiment with pressingon a to guarantee the fulfillment of its obligations.! We tare NATIONAL

a scrap of fabric to be mindful. of the confidence placed in us by ourpolicyoamers j

certain of correct iron set-. and pledge our continued efforts to r LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I
provide efficient 1 honest and reliable service. ;
4At ting.Press fRANK P. SAUFORD. JR.C.LU. Pllsidcnt'
TELEGRAPH as you sew, on
RYfi wrong side of fabric. Press

UI iJE1 ESTABLISHED 1879 seams open. .i11/1,1/,1/uSSrr................*.......**.**...11i1 .1.1.................................1.111.11/NII/NB .
0 0 E. L MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER .Finish seams in the manner

( 1461 best suited to the fabric and .
ON to the location of the seam. -
TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD ,Hang garment at least 24 ,
W. D. Thomas Charles E. Zipperer :
hours before marking hem-
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J. Ermie Jones Robert S. Hendry "' !
line.For James H. Waters Ted H. Roberts '. .... ,.. '. :.
to .
POST OFFICE: AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH s, tss information on how ,

sew. on the newer fabrics I,

IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS $2.00(( contact the Home Demonstration '
Office. Call 964-2865 or
address a card to post office

box 267. Starke.

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mvvuvYvvvvvyyyyyyvl vice. '1:30 pjn. MYF each esville medical center. and Mrs. G. I* Peterson in Sunday. TO: Mrs. Nora Clark Klondes otherwise a Decree may be entered j question at the next reguiar 'J

Wednesday, 8 pm. Mrs. Rebel Rhoden of Ocala, Arlington Sunday. Mr..Peter- Mrs.. Juanita Mattox and General Delivery, Ludowici granting said adoption. t meeting of said Board at The
,RAIFORD Georgia. WITNESS my hand and the County Court House in Stance
LAWTEYBy \ First: Baptist: Sunday was a, weekend vistior of Mr. son recently returned' after I I children Mrs.. Don ..Newmans. ,You are hereby notified that .I seal of saidourt at Starke-, f -Florida, -commencing at 55 A
School, 10 ajn. Morning Wor- and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright. being confined in Oschner's and Miss Beth Dodds visited the above-named Petitioner Emanuel Florida, this March %6, 1563.! j M. on. May 7th. 1963 at wn, -h
in New _._ .. Mrs. Novelene Xick Klondes, has fileda ChARLES A.- pARlli'i time final action will be UKn
ship. 11 a-m. Training Union, Mr and Mrs. Roy Reddish Foundation Hospital a.sp.s--p- n Bean and child-
1.1 Ent Bbmebiri I petition in the above-styled Clerk of the Circuit Jour I by the said Board upon aid
I brought Mrs. V. R. Reddish I Orleans, 'La. He is .continuing ren in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. .
t rii.
II Evening'Service. .8 p.m. i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil AddisonJr. court for the adoption of the (SEAL) t question. Please govern v .m
I AAAAA1_A.A&_ ._.&._. aa Mid-week service each Wednesday -, home -Sunday after having I to improve. I minor. Uriah Sears Burch, Jr. 4-4 U 423PI'UI.IC I self.accordingly.: !
I Church S1ettsThiflbc'. 8 )ipjn. The Young\ a pleasant visit together.Mrs. I Homer May-of New Smyrna ; of Brooksville visited their t I. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Wilkin- I and you are required to show I, This notice shall be publ>lI11 - weekly issues of Bradd>
parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil '
.. Woman's Auxiliary meet first O. J. Phillips spent t visited the Ed: May family; I son had as Sunday guests ; cause why the same should not XOTH'BPUBLIC Telegraph, a -dulj
Hrat"Baptfat I i NOTICE IS 11ER1.J County. uu.
I I and ,third Tuesday at the I Sunday with her son, Coleman ; Sunday. Addison Sr.. of HeilbronnSorlng'S. j I their son, J. L Wilkinson, and iI j jj be granted by serving a (copy. Hi OIVEN THAT: W1t14i1ES.cj Ifitod l ivewsipaper publuhpd >In
Church met' of ;
:Tuesday, Apr. and Mr. and MrsiTheodore" : :your written defenses, if any..: iford Connty. FlorWa. P.'fImffu'inK
B IJIarrh
"with "Mis. ,chnreh, & pan. Junior G. A. and family in Lake City. Tklrs. J. E. Wall of Lake j family of 'Stafkeand! Mrs. ; upon ThOMAS & PIERCE, Attorneys t a majority' of the n6atJ. the Ralf
'president; 'Mr .and Sills and Ii I Rosier of rd' Inez 'Brice and daughter of for Petitioners, 203-205: : ..Commissioners Bradford '
meets ''just 'after school ; Mrs.'Roy City, and daughter, Mrs. Tom County '..: Of COUNTY!: (- -MJH.SSJOXEKS I
Bobby Dyal, presiding. on }last weekend. Xorth i County. Florida. dew Jt *
daughter of Jacksonville 'Lawtey. I Temple Avenue. Starke. :; : OF BR
I Members of the' WSCS met the first and third Tuesday. young breakfast I. Jackson, were visiting the Joel I Mr.and Mrs. Bill Browning Mr. ;and Mrs. Harold Craw Florida, and by filing: the or- i necessary to erect Turnlsh-amt" ,,;; ., FOREk. COIVXTY. tLolt
Sunday '
Intermediate GA meets second 1 1i. were Lamb family 'during the,' iginal thereof with the Clerk of ,- .ID.\. 0
'had 'as 'Tuesday guests Mr. i eqUip a new Bradford f" ,
I Tuesday night of last week '; guests of the H. E. Priest fam- weekend. 'ford of Lawtey visited. her J, said Court within 20 days after Court House .,.y fly J. C I'UKVATT;
and fourth Mondays at 7:30 | : .
\ at the home of Mrs. J. C. Tye. 'i. 'I' 'I Eloise who is! and Mrs. Barney Browning parents, Mr. and MrsA;" M. ; service of this Xotiee upon yon, : The public is invited to *tteml .' Chatrmaf
Mrs. Guerry,
Mrs. George Roberts 'presented p.m. ny.Mrs.. M..-L. Turner is' spend- I :'nnd Mr. arH'Mrs. Lewis Smith Jones, last Saturday. exclusive 'Ot: the day of service, and be heard upon such J-2S.: 51 4-25:
Personals making and I I'I'I "of Jacksonville.! Miss Glanda 'Lee Wallaceof ,
with Mr.
the ling a days .
r. program with a ques- I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fra- "
Friends visiting Mrs. W. A.I Mr 'and Mrs. Charlie 'Bur-
; wa's the -
and 1 Jacksonville weekend
tion and Mrs. J. D. Turner I i
Bake Sale answer Notice period. Fox in the last few days were in Waukula. The Turners' mother -\ lick, is visiting her son and nett Jr. and children of Jacksonville guest of her parents, Mr. :
\ happy to find her much im daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,:
were Sunrtav guests and Mrs. Elmer'Wallace.The .
The lYFV have bake is with them at present.
.a proved. Mrs. Joyce Futch spent Sat- Ted Guerry, in Lake City. of Mr. and Mrs: C. M. Bur- many friends ,of :Mrs. 7 Days LeftTO
sale on-'the>side walk Saturday -. ,-We are also pleased to find!:I NOTIICE TO AVONCUSTOMERS I Hurry Hurry -
urday with Mrs. C. E. strick- nett Sr.Misses. It!. W. Wilkinson will be gladto
morning;starting at 9a.m .
Mr8.Casey improving
land and visited Rev. L. T. Nelda Jo and'Sandra know that she returned
Save -yourself work.by sal actorUy after undergoing and family. Miss Elizabeth Due to sickness; in the family Crews of Orlando visited the from King Memorial Hospital

buying a cake or pie, or may- s r'geryand see Mrs. A. R. I will be unable to deliver Sat- .
Terry'who had been with Mrs. Willie Carter family last Sunday after a week's illness. '
be cookies. ,_ Sapp"feeling better and in Strickland for two or three Avon products this week. urflay.hfr.!\ "Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp and ,

Church {:Schedules her usual.cheerful mood. days, 'returned home with I Please pick your orders up at :? and Mrs. Robert Casonof children, and Verba Jones REmSJER& FOR COLOR TVSET

Grace Methodist: Church Nice to see Mrs. Leslie Phillips Mrs.. \Futch. my nome this Friday or Sat- I Jacksonville, were weekend visited Mrs. Sapp's parents,

It Schoor, 9:45: .a., m. Morning At home again after The Robert Lee family visIted -I urday.-Mrs. Turner. Udv.l I. guests of Mrs. Alice Cason Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Dillmonof

Jl I Worship, H-'aan: Evening Ser I sometime.spent in-the Gain- Mrs. Lee's parents Mr. and i the Clyatts. I of Middleboro, Ky. from!

j Mrs. Clarence Dobbs.; and Thursday to Sunday. I I
-,- -- Friends of Lawtey Crews \
Mrs Myrlene Harris and 1 .,

:,; dauehter visited relatives in will regret to learn that he I
-- Ralford last Sunday. is 'ill in King Memorial HOSpital '

I : AREA BUSINES S DIRECTORY Mri\ and Mrs. James Green in Lake Butler. We wish;
; t' 'and spenti children\ the weekend of Jacksonville with his him a speedy recovery. ; *

grandmother, Mrs. Mary
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; Electric-Service.. ;.). i : AUTO TIRES FARM & INDUSTRIAL Motorcycles-Scooters Freeman. THE KlfillTII JinlOALciucrIT
:-:: Mr.. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp- OK FLORIDA:>

Central Tractor Co. kins spent several days this .\%n FOIl nlt.1upoun. ,
Streit's COVM'V. IX fll.O'CKHV.n
FOR THE BEST IN FGRD TRACTORSFord Bicycle Shop week 'at Wilson Borings at re: Petition of

RECAPPINGCan Cnshman & Vespa Scooters the Malcolm 'Tompkins cabinon Emanuel Nick Klondes --- .
Automotive Electric Farming Implements :%OTICECt666 -- =--_ =-_ -;- ----- --= \
Truck Ducati BSA-Zundarpp the Santa Fe River. -- -
*- Tractors .
Agricultural Industrial .
Service 100% rGrade A Cold Rubber Complete Service & Parts Dept. Motorcycles-Sales & Service Mr. and Mrs. Bill BrownIng !I i : II!
Factory Trained Recapper Good Used Equipment had as Sunday guests Mr.

I. 4488 N. VV. 6th. Gainesville Locksmith & Safe Work and Mrs. Elmer King, and Mr tot ''I'I' :

6615 W. Ave. and Mrs. James Perry all of _, III
Repairs lOur Specialty English Tire & PHONE 376-5430 University I -_--------- 'iT---_ -- ..-
Starters Generators Ign1Uon Gainesville, 376-7761 Clearwater; also Mr. and Mrs. i __: i \

Recapping FLOOR COVERING \ T- David Browning and daughters ;-:__:;;:EI: _- I II
Solenoids] i : I -: :;
., I MUSIC SUPPLIES l of Palatka. 4 I I
Aramaturea ; 3027..Main Central Florida Tile Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade II I \\ 111 111I!

Water & Fuel Puirtpa Gainesville 372-2197 & Marble Co. Gridley Music I( visited Mrs. Lacy Willis and : I \\11: '
Mrs. Ray Gallop of Santa Fe

Exchange Service'oh Starters, CARPETS BY ; 4 T Co.. Inc. last Sunday morning. I 1\\ Iii!

I and Generators'Wholesale : Automatic_..........,._ 1' .Transmissions> Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, 1Ir.! and Mrs. Harry Brownof I II IlliI
Retail Downs CENTRAL FLORIDA'S Jacksonville weekend I I
were !IIJI
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Size-Wall to Wall'
guests of :Mrs.
Lydia Johns
Complete Music Store 1111I
SERVICE Installation
620 S? :BlAJri Gainesville Pianos by Baldwin, Storey & and Miss Mary Lee Faulkner.!
Armstrong'and Kentile
Mr. and Mrs. Warren
PHONE S72-C990 ALL MAKES-REPAIR Clark, Henry L. Miller I IIi
Floor Coverings Bloodsworth spent the week- I"I "
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'-: COMPLETE: LINES OF end in Lake City with their !I,
Organs by Baldwin & Conn I \
Gator Automatic TILES MARBLE Gibson & Gretch Gwtan- sister, .Mrs. Thelma Brannon I'll

AUTO BRAKES 1540 Waldo lid. G'ville 376-6406 Mr. :and Mrs. Giles Tomp- II I
Amplifiers 1\
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Transmission ServiceINC. 1004 N. Main kins and children of Jackson- -'CharleyE. ,i U. 111,1

FURNITURE Gainesville Shopping Center ville were Saturday guests ot: BYR.C.A.k ,
Hull's Brake Supply Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins.[ .I Ii'i'
Home' Beautiful r .
Raiford Reddish and son IIi!
19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) New and Used '.
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"BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For G. B..of Jacksonville were in ,..
'Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 Furniture Co. PIANOSGUITARS Raiford for Johns ; '
a few days this I IIIHI
Every or .
,c Turning Grinding Relining SERVICE" MUSIC week.Mr.. and Mrs. 'L. B:" Wade The Easter Season fern-,fmemoi r' : _____ --

..' .. .W9: UPHOLSTERY Budget Terms has weekend their t the resurrect; : ;'.: ,:" :
While' You Wait I Vast Selection Of Nationally :as:. guests.. s ; -- 'Ott If ':"!: -r': : .ff.r

"..'. ,.. '. '" Known Brand Names Lillian's Music Store children, Mr.'and Mrs. Harvey if on (of Christ, and l hearjds; I .
I 1314 S.MaIn .aieeil\ I V Lenoj atg little daughter of {flie. arrival of Come Often
Sprin Jjetus
fliz..5. If See Come Registers
Auto Trim GUARANTEED'PRICKS: "Ga neSvm. l. "s aier' Come --
872-1497 I Jacksonville and Mr. and"Mrs- show appreciation i fpr cr.
I r ,10 .,hoj. '.,. Assurance of Satisfaction Since 1933 Walter Wi I hey 'Of HighSprings. t _. ./ .
Complete Auto Upholstery CONVENIENT TERMS 112 S. E. First Gainesvili. .. G d's.creatioq on our week- .. ;t'r -', NO OBLIGATION

Tailor :Made Seat Covers FREE PARKING .,;;1 end,..trjpsb driving carefully -

: AUTO SALES & SERVICE Convertible Tops 1703 N. Main St. Gainesville MOVER nett Mr Sr.and returned/:)drs ,CharliC home Tues-Bur: .to .enjoy nature's To Be Given Away Wed., April 17th_ ..8:00 P. M.
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603 N. W. 8th. Avenue
h GARDEN SUPPLIES day after having spent two beauty"andsafeguard. preeibiis -
;r. ,j f( ::- I Gainesville 312-8661 JiVes. -
'1 weeks on vacation Miami, .
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LINCOLN MERCURY Johnson & Paris Inc. West Palm Beach, and other Station

POMET FIAT BIETCOR. BEAUTYSCHOOL places: of interest.Mr. 'Charley E. Johns IMPERIAL Service
..... Complete Line of
MayflowerLOCAL and Willie '. .
SEEDSPLNTSFERTILIZERS- Mrs. 'Cart rattended' i .; yr. ; r; I
Agency o.
Authorized Sales Service the funeral of his
Learn Complete Beauty Culture .
Parts Girls Women :Men Insecticides-Pet Supplies AND LO.XG brother, Paul, in Jacksonville PHONE 64-roi2i "Penny For Penny 100 Octane Imperial Ethyl Is Your Best Buy"
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Tuition "We Rent Fertilizer DISTANCE MOVING Tuesday.
Budgeted Spreaders" .
Irchan1C8-Good Storage And Crating MrV:' and Mrs. L. J. Mikell' U. S. 301 N. CITY LIMITS STARKE, FLA.
FREE PLACEMENT 224 N. W. 8th Ave. 131 S. Walnut St.
Used Cars Gainesville Jr: and sons of Lake City
"' Phone 376-5224
Special Brush-Up Courses PIIO, 'E 372-0476
visited the Earl Dobbs familylast J
Gainesville. Fla.

r Barkley Motors Central Hairstyling -JANITORIAL SUPPLIES Security Transfer .

I 615 N. :Main Gainesville College

l. :Mops & Mopping Equipment & Storage, Inc.

.. 218 S. E. IsU Gainesville Brooms Brushes
376-4105() I. Washes Cleaners AGENTS FOR !


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I Don MacClellan Co.I Inc. _

\: F-M-IIILLMAN Ridgway Roof Janitorial Supplies& Maintenance Local :& Long Distance MovingCr.UngStomgePaking

Sales and Service 1315 N. W. 4th. Place Phone 376-2666 :
Truss Co. Gainesville 372-2723 1040 So. Main Gainesville _

2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 :. :
Wood Trusses\ & LADIES ,
rRONE. 8767513Crane Prefabricated Components WEAR OFFICE EQUIPMENT Quality',

o Any Size Free Estimates Cherry'sGainesville's *

1132 So. Main Gainesville Parker'sGainesville's \

Tel. '312-3961-Collect Call Most Fashionabh .
Most Complete Of.
Address For Ladiej
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ENGLISH FOUD 105 W. Underwood Products
University, Gainesvfflte
pp r' .WINDOW SILLS I 601 'W. University Ave. A "

MERCEDES Vu.J' ,0 Z"OLtO*.' ', SIEFPLNGSTONES MATERNITY WEARNan's Gainesville 372-2555: .. '--. / 'I7 ,
Authorized Sales & Service '- '4.44, .'? ________&__ J __
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"If.IL'i Cement We Cast It" \ -

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"Complete' Service for All c, ..__.._.__......___. I
Stork ShopSpecial .. ........--..,..-.---- .
Makes' Precast Products The Helzel Co. -/ .- .i- I .. .. :.' I 1 --!!II.JI! ('
Occasion Dresses To -. .. c 'Gi4 IV IB, O.L. E T
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506 E. University Ave. < :: 't't.
PHONE 372-0033 Every Day sportswear S ROOFING 4) ..,44 '44 .
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Jim Short -Matching; Tops AIR CONDITIONING 1 .., ...:.I i
-. ,114 So. Main Gainesville No Job fteo Large Or Too Small] :' '

202 S. E. 4th St. Gainesville -

SaieaLPaLs-rvjce Edwards SINCE 1902 I

UscD. CARS :TOO Building Curlee Suits Fuller's Foto, Inc. 3z1
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Supply, Inc. Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts : ; % a. I I 4 ;

Poole.( ble Motors & Underwear Central Florida's! Finest '- -

126 S... Mam-3X2-4&44 Stacy Adams Selection of :. : -
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119 S. IsLtAVe.. Gainesville Gainesville, FJa. -,ch' ShoneStf'ben New & Used' Cameras S -: CHEV&OLETIf -

PHONE 31:::- Sts & Mallory 'flats.I Photographic Equipment t I L ,

ELECTRIC MOTORS S.E. First St. Gainesville Supplies I a ___ b.
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AUTO SALVAGEPaul's MONUMENTS Black & White Finishing -- q
.. In Before Noon-Out at 5 -

Motor Gainesville Granite 619 W. University Gainesvill t J iIi ; 1f/f

Auto SalvageWe Repair Co. & Marble Works I'TYPEWRITERS Telephone your Chevrolet dealer for any kind of truck. 0 f,

Wrecked Cars OP GAINESVILLE' \C. CEMETERY MONUMENTS: .--7._. _.. .. .. _.. .
Buy At -
; Hancock Typewriter -- .T I '. n. HU rru..nr.. '. -... ... f'f '..". '-I- ,

Makes &Parts Models Used SALES MOTOR AND SERVICE Domestic. <&&'-Industrial-Granite Ie'Cleaning: Marble JOHN Exchange HANCOCKVictor I' ': ';" ATEWY CHEVROLET INCTTT ; : :S 7 :. 1 : :

Teletype Service We will find "Distributor of Coffee :Tables' "CountersFireplaces R. C. Allen' Clary : : t t .' ? ,or".... I. j _. ) ::: #... ;. ;,-_ :._ \
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Phone 376-4512 S %-8SII. 2125 S. E-lUi: St. J 31 X. LainGaineaville lJ. Ft.'tbnnf)" .. STARKE, FLA. -' PHONE":. 9613900'l..a'tf"L&ft

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!' the seating for the beginning i t 1 p.m., in the educational I V spent the weekend with Christine Zan and Charles ,
g y KEYSTONE! HIGHLIGHTS; Changes Asked of< the College Evaluation for building for luncheon and a : her sist r. Mrs. 'Clarence' Ashley i Brantley Pat Jerry. Janice, '
: Accredition in the Southern 1
For Schools ; birthday party.
Clay | { and family. and Mike Weeks of Grandin,
: By Mary K. Schaeffer I 1!! Association of Colleges and V Circle IV, with Mrs. Frank By llrs.lice Rothhammer I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Tyler V and Jimmy Williams of Mel- ,
Recommendations tor improving j Schools. Miss Margaret Stitcbberry as chairman, will : and children spent the weekend By Charleyene Bra tJtj! |I rose. The Primary Class of the ''

I' 't4AAAAALAA&4AAAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAAiAAA4A. AAa1!! the curriculum of j'| ;Muir Miss Mary Ann'thaIfer meet at the home of Mrs. .mYyvyvyyyyyyyyy i I { with her parents in- I!, T.YY.YY.Y.Y..Y.-- ... ..r _". ,>o ...,, I; Orange Heights Baptist
Va -- -- --- --- I Clay county schools wa : .and Jimmy!i Robert Dodd. Woman's dab i j Starke. I ';i Church also went with them. ;

'-'tlv1tlts Planned 1 chairmanship of Mrs. John !: turned over this week to a. : J Fox accompanied Mrs. Muir V Circle V, Mrs. ,Bertha Jones, I A' house-to-house drive for'! Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Mrs. J. C. Weeks find family Their teachers Carol 0- ;
( ; :For Cancer Drive i Kingsbury. committee of principals for I II I : the American are the parents of I
Can a. Nancy
er Society
'Berry Shirley Grayson. -
I -u.I.. The 1963 Cancer Drive will 'Public Asked to Exhibit study by the county school : J joyed dinner at a r restaurant. '! Robert Hendry on' Lake view will be son born in the Bradford i)! weekend to! visit Mr. and Mrs. V I
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by workers and Bubba
= begin in !*''At! Mrs. Muir was appointed to Drive. j John Raymond.Mr. Rountree;
Keystone Arts
__ Heights on and Hobby Show I Ii board. from the Woman's Club. Mrs. County Hospital and named'
*i April 16, under the direction:'i Remember the Arts Crafts,I! The recommendations V were J Ji fill the vacancy on the committee The Nightingales (evening i W. O. Preston and Jonathan Frank. Mrs. Lentzis : and Mrs. John Grout<< Rountree. ,.
Mrs. B.
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of Mrs. Robert Hendry chair- : and Hobby Show on Wednesday i presented to the board by the 0, : left. by the:.reaignationI V circle will meet with Mrs; ,V Bp'Jd, co-chainnari the former Maudie Tyre. I j Mrs. Ella Belisario, and Mrs.
0 j announced ; There will be special services :
man. : April 17. from 1 till 8 p. Clay County Committee to of Lindsay Walker. j Howard Tucker on Brooklyn i Maternal grandparents 1 Lorena Hinson were visiting i
Each section of the city will'0, m. in the Masonic Hall. This i Improve Our Schools, a.group : Mrs. Anna La hO\ifz has Lake. Mrs. Leon Wagner is1| that this drive will start Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tyre. are : friends in Gainesville Wednes- :< at Paran Church this Sun- i
I be canvassed,for contributions:: is to be a project of the Key- 'i organized two j ears ago to'3 I;1 returned to her cottage at chairman. Mrs. Don Pa ngboni'I i immediately and will concentrate -. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bass :[iday.i i i j day. On Sunday morning Rev. :

by a resident of that section.j jI ;i stone Heights Woman's ClUb,!j, assist the school board in upgrading -j,i 'the White Feather Court after -i will be cohostess.The I its effort the week fol- and children of Bunnell re- :;! Reed and John Brantley Paul Travis will speak "on the I
I It is hoped that each house-j!I! and proceeds will go for their! the school system. |: i visiting friends and relatives Rebeccas [also evening] lowing Easter. People are ask- ]l: went to an Easter Egg Hunt 'i "Resurrection of Jesus. Sun-
hold will give generously so''' building fund. General Chairman i Mrs. Jack Quaritius of OrAnge i i! in Miami.: i) will meet with Mrs. Kenneth]I ]ed to have their contribution V cently visited their parents at the Faith Presbyterian ;I day evening there will be a ''I
that the far will a'1!i Mrs. C. H. Hoberstroh'liiS i i!t ready for the workers when Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade and i Kindergarten in Melrose last ': program of Easter music pre-
search the cause!i be Mrs. Olive Sie-j\ Park, chairman of 14bf pfn; Lal: .g &kfxi: : ,I 11.i and
I of cancer-and the cure-can''' vens, Mrs. A. J. Crosby and ;; committee that prepared the :'been: a patient in Bradford Mrs. Joe Wildt is chairman.' 1 t' they call. Mrs. C. L. Bass. ; Friday. |' sented by the' choir, "The f
go on unhampered by the Mrs: James Cook will be in report, told the board that a lack of i !i 1 1I treatment She expected i A track meet was held Sat ; man. and son of Seville. have ;i Clough visited Mrs. would like to invite to
funds.Therfc charge t>f the tea table and 1 number of counties through j was Egg; Hunts. : C 61h m 11 n itySunday I j 1 I!j Vira Her- you
i 1 1I home the early part of this |* ,urday on the athletic field at moved to Melrose. Mr. Cole- ,; ring and Callie Satur- our services this Sunday.
will be a public i! refreshments. I I their own initiative, have improved -j I ti ..C urcl School Be- is '| Rye on
meeting at the Clay Electric Featured at the exhibit will I the caliber of educa-i week V .j i ]ginners, 10:30: till 11 a.,m..f.i f Melrpse{ High School in which :man employed at North; day. Funeral services were held
conference room on April 24.' be paintings by Mrs. Ruth :I' tion by adding to the mini- !! *Steak Dinner Planned I Piimary; Grades [1, ,,2, and 3J..;I, Boy Scout Troop 109 of Melrose I Florida Telephone Co. i!1 V Mrs- Maria Hutson and Mrs. last Thursday for Mrs. Mary

at ,8 pin.-At ,this'in eting, a 1 I Lott; and: Mrs. Dorothy New-j mum classroom requirements i, St. William's Catholic. Club 1::30 tin 2 p.m. AH children I: V and Troop 105 of Keystone : Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley,*I Irving Ormond spent a few Minder Cruse of Melrose and
j film will be shown. and Dr. ; man; china painting by Mrs.; established by the state. i t will hold a Steak Dinner on :,; will bring baskets, and each I competed. Events 1n- j of Gainesville visited their j| days at Horseshoe Cove. Akron, Ohio at the Adams Funeral -
I Sarah Lou Wells will be on W. C. Byron and Mrs. C.' V.I j The committee's recommen- i': Saturday evening April 20, in hand to discuss the film and Brut Mrs. Ward A. Bessette j I dations included: Remedial!
to answer questions. Refreshments 1 will display her ,ceramics; and ;> reading and conversational i; be $1.25 for adults; 75c :, The Community Church':, 100, 220, 440, 880 dash; 880 and family Thursday. I brother, Horace Fennel, who Akron fehe came to Florida
will be served. '' Mrs. William Reynolds her, foreign language teachers for i i 1 for children under 12. A delicious -: Women met at the educational -'I relay; mile run; mile relay; Recent guests of Mr. and is in the' hospital for surgery. from Akron in 1928 and lived

On April 25, Bill Belote will i flower arrangements. There ,, elementary pupils; a seven-(1 i( menu is being planned. (!i ; building on April and enJoyed and high jtI p. The final Mrs. R. M. Cason were James I David Rye, son of Mrs. Cal-: 1 here most of her life. Survivors -
have a Coffee Day, with proceeds will be a display of hooked period day instead of six pe-i I and everyone is asked to re-0!'I a fine film. Mrs. Frank score was a tie of 35 points i Gillian of High Springs on l lie Rye is being transferred ) include two sisters Mrs.

from all coffee sales to 1 rugs by Mrs. Sara McDonald. i i nods for junior high school; j ji member the date and reserve 0,, Ilgen, chairman of the nominating for each team. Melrose scouts Sunday, and Mrs. A. J. Thom? from Fort Hauchua Arizona! Ruth Reed. M 1rose. and Mrs.
go to the fund.. : Friends as well as members i students; four years of. .English ;:' it, .for some good. eating. Serving :-4, ; committee, presented i o who participated wer, DavidBorfchaiter as of Starke on Wednesday. to Hawaii for a two-year tour Frieda The of Sanford: three

I Plans are still in the making -, are invited to exhibit their two years of mathemat-;i from 5:30: till 7:30 pm.1 j I I the slate of officers for 1963-J John'Regan, Walter -V of duty. i I brothers; Rev. John Minderof
for a cook-out later this; specialities. All exhibitors ics. two years of Latin as an ]Personals i|j I 64. Election will take place at j;I Wilson, David: Chiappini METHODIST CnURC : Mrs. Ethel Brockman is : Melrose Fred Minder. Akron -

month. In the next issue of;j please call Mrs. OliveStevens : elective, remedial reading,;1 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hinck j': the May 6 meeting, at which ': Roy Jordan, Richard Tomlin-, MELROSE ; visiting her son, Otis in Tallahassee -':| Ohio and Earnest Minder -
this paper more particulars at 3-4771, not later than Mon and a seven-period day for j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson, :''time all committee chairmen :, son, :4Guy Catchpole, Randy :,,, j i for a few days. i!' of Phoenix. Arizona. Nieces
will be given. I I day. Apr. 15. Displays will be high school students. I I,,3 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace, Mr. 0': and officers will make their ii | Burkhalter: Eddie Rothham- Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith. : Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout I and nephews include Mrs. Eugene -

Two million peoplenow]( placed at the Masonic Hall ;i. j i', i and Mrs. Bill !3eiote, Mr. and: .j i annual reports. Nominees areas !i mer, Mike Wallace, Tommy Pastor I: were in Daytona and New 1 Brantley. Grandin; Mrs.
living-may die of cancer if i from 8:3i: till 11:30; a.m. April : i I| j Mrs. Grover Davis and Jim follows: Mrs. William :Rogers, Lloyd Baldwin, Nicky : Sunday School 9:45- : a.M. ; Smyrna Beach on Monday. :i Barbara Kinzer Melrose: Gil-

new treatments and techni-i! 17h Quartermaster third class InI (Gaboardi have: all signed papers :1! Waltz, president; Mrs. Robert ,i''Chiappini, Scott Siprell, and Worshfp U a-. in. |: They visited Mrs. Elsie Greenin bert Reed. Melrose: and Kenneth -
ques are not. SOOn developed. Junior Woman's Club i; the U. S. Coast Guard. 1 willing their eyes to the ,I Hendry, first vice president 'Bobby Wallace. i; New Smyrna. '!1 R e e dol Keystone
I Your contributions are need- To Install Officers .. For the past 14 months he ]North Florida Eye Bank for1the (, and program; Mrs. Edward Faith Presbyterian Church TRINITY: EPISCOPAL Walter Howell spent the;! Heights.

ed to contine this search for i' The Junior Woman's Club:' has been in Operations stationed -, 1 Restoration of Sight. The Firth, second vice president!j A new educational buildingat : CII17BCII MELROSE weekend in Valdosta, Ga.

a cure. It can happen to anyone : of Keystone Heights will hold in Ketchikan Alaska.I ]Keystone Lions are doing and missionary chairman; '' Faith Presbyterian Churchis James R. Allen spent tha PARAN BAPTIST CIIUVCIIGRANDIN
anywhere. It decimates !! an installation of officers at': He was designated "Seai i their part in !behalf of the Mrs. J. M. Wrinkle, secretary; : : being constructed for Sun- Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy i weekend in Lakeland with his FLA.
both the young and the old. I} their regular meeting tonight man of the Month" for April;, ]Eye Bank. Eye Bank Chair-1: Mrs. Robert Dodd treasurer. II Ii I day School rooms, Youth Pel- j j I "Sundays 10 a.. m- Church l li family.
It is hoped! that every can i': (Thursday] at the Community 1963 chosen for this honor on ]man is Lion George Schaeffer. .'i At the coming meeting, the 1 lowship activities, and craft i' School. 11 ::45 a. m. Morning I II iI ; The Primary and Junior Rev. Paul Travis Pastor

oer is potentially curable. j I! Church educational building the basis of leadership profic- j ]He may be reached at 473- pastors wife Mrs. A. C. Holt, classes. The work is being I| Prayer and Sermon First I Sunday School Classes of I Sunday School, 10 am.

There are today one million j' at 7:30 o'clock. i iency and conduct. 4127. t. i i assisted by Mrs. David Nelson, 1 done by members and friendsof Sunday Holy Communion!. Pi i Paran Church went to Silver I Morning Worship 11 a.m.
people who have been cured!: New officers will be Miriam j Charles is a 1960 graduate j Mrs. Fred Dodd and son, : will honor the new members;1 o the church. It is expected ;i j pjn. Episcopal Young Church- i Springs Sunday to see the Training Union, 6:30: m.

of cancer or who have seen I Mingledorff president: Lu- j of Bradford County High I 13 Danny "have. just .returned. j i in a candlelight service. Ai i that the building will be comI I! men. I "Price of Peace." Those enjoying i i Evening worship. 7:30: p. m
its spread halted. j 11 cille Massa, first vice president -!I School. i J from a pleasant visit with the : social hour will follow. I i I pleted in the near future. i t{ Communion. I the outing were: Miss'' Midweek Prayer Meeting p Wednesday

Help them ,to help you! ; Gloria Redfearn, second His parents expect him i Dodd's other son John, and i I Easter Sunday Services will !1! SU Williams Catholic Church I J The Rev. Lee W. Heaton Lynda Strickland, Doris Price. 7:30::
Don't take chances! Contribute ': vice president: Helen Hersey, home in August. at which i i j their daughter Romesa, students be at 9 and 11 a.m.; Sunday !! The Altar Society of St. !i j Vicar. Dale Daniels of Florahome; pm.

now! Lets cut cancer out of recording secretary; MercelenYoung time he will be assigned to ( at Bob jones University:I School at 9 a.m. Williams Catholic Church held ,, .-- i

our lives. !' corresponding secre- j another base. I i in Greenville, S. C. Mrs. Dodd j i There will be a Sunday i a bake sale in Keystone
OES District Instructor i iTo tary; Faye Darden, treasurer. !> Covered Dish LuncheonThe 'I i attended the Annual Spring i School Teachers' meeting 'at' Heights Friday morning. -KEYSTONE

Be Honored Here A Woman-of-the-Year A- i next Covered Dish j: :Bible Conference at the University -'I 7:30: p.m., on April 10. Trinity Episcopal Church HEIGHTS MLROSE!

Keystone Heights Eastern|. ward will be presented. The i( Luncheon of pie Woman's;; with her children.j April 22, the Men's Dinner, The Episcopal ChurchWomen
: Star Chapter 279 will honor :! award this year will go to j Club,will be held on Tuesday I 'This Conference is held each i with Circle I as hostesses. of District 3 will meet

I the new District Instructor. !'! Mrs. Leon [Kiel Ridaught,j Apr. 23, at t p.m.. in the Com- i year at this time in lieu of !I April... 29, the executive i. at Saint James Church at BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Mrs. Geneva [Josie] Land off f.who: will .receive.. _a. silver: j munity\ ? Church, ,' educational. -i]1 Spring Vacations.' Classes are Board of Community ChurchWomen Perry on Wednesday Apr. 24. ,, .
Newbcrry., Chapter 198 at their* charm bracelet with a disc:\ building. Hostesses will be i discontinued '"at this" time'so''I r Is -guests of Mrs. A. at 10 a.m.Duplicate .

regular","meeting April' 16, in i indicating this honor. 1!' Mrs. Wally Muhlhofer, Mrs. ,: that all may attend. I J. Holt, ,in her new home on : Bridge Club ----------

the: 'Masonic Ball at 8 pan. i j On Sunday, April 14, the William J. Pinon, Mrs. Bill : It's nice to know that we; ; Lake Geneva, at 10:30: a.m. Winners of the Melrose Duplicate I APPLIANCES INSURANCE
Worthy Matron Phyllis! Hus- I .Junior Woman's Clubs will go t j Lee. Mrs. Myron Prevatt, 1 j aren't the only ,absent minded I May 10, Family Night Din- Bridge Club last week i|I RESTAURANTS
sey will conduce (the metUng.1! to Sunland Training Center in I I Miss Ola Hinson. and Mrs. :: person in town. How many'V ner. Speaker, Dr. T. B. Maw'f include the following: Mrs )I Murrhee Insurance
calling on Past Worthy 'Matrori i Gainesville to present gifts I Elva Scott. I times have we driven the car'fer I f National Council of Comi Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill-,f tT V Service Center j THE

Beatrice Schroeder for aj| and goodies to the girls in the 1 "Conservation" will be the to church and walked home? i I munity ,Churches. Hostesses ,, yer, first place; Mrs. WH.. J. R. TItlES, 'Pr prietor I j AgencyGeneral Keystone Heights
report as Chairman of the Hibiscus Cottage. These girls topic for the program. On Monday, Marian and My- 'I! Circles HI, IV, and V". Davie and Mrs. W. E. Johnson Authorized Motorola Philco! Insurance

Library at Grand Chapter in t are the ones who have been Cantata To Be PresentedThis I ron were in a tizzy because M t The Senior Choir of', the 1 I' :second place; Mrs. D. Sales and Service ,j Fire Casualty Bonds Restaurant

Jacksonville the week of April i unofficially "adopted" by the Friday NightOn their car "had been stolen." !;' Community Church will r rider Collins \tnd Mrs. John Foster, Service On All Makes I I Died Lines Under New
and also Junior Club. And where was it? Sitting in'' a cantata for Easter at i TV RADIO 'STEREOI Ianagl'ln..ntSpec
1-5. for a report T Good Friday Evening. :!;; third place; and Mrs. Bama j t!Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285
from Past Worthy Matron A treat is in store for all at 8 o'clock the Keystone I front of -Belote's where Marian t 7:30: p.m. 'on Holy Thursday .: Boyd and Mrs. Ruby Oxford I> Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals'Keystone lizjng In
Ernestine Eisenacher. who 'V baseball fans when on April Choral Group will give their j : hacL parked It while she Mrs. L. A. Canova will direct. .1 I fourth place.Personals :' .Heights. 473-4G51; I JEWELER mile Platen uifli
was escort-page to State ) 26, the Junior Woman's Club i 1 first major cantata. This I; drank some coffee! It seems Soloists will be Mrs. Robert: Fresh" "Vegetable!

Grand Treasurer Mary Laura \ will challenge the Keystone I group is composed of the best I that Marian had been on an I Hendry Soprano; 'Floyd Baker i I Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wed- OI'IJNG :

Johnson of Gainesville. j Lions Club to a soft ball game ,;1 voices from the various choirs Ii errand with the car when she I tenor; and George Can- I dIe of East Palatka are the AUTO SERVICE Keystone Jewelersand .\. M. 10 I'. :M.
After the ceremonies and) at the City Park starting at :; in the Keystone Churches- stopped for the coffee, wheras I ova baritone. Other choir :;: parents of a son born Wed., Gift ShopA OPEN 3Ion.-Thurs.
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a the regular business have been' 8 p.m. Those in attendance !1 the First Baptist. St. Anne's I she usually walks to her coffee ,I members:are: Miss Gertrude i i j I April 3. Maternal great-grand- ,,i Terrell'si ill Midnite
completed the members will II should not be surprised at !I Episcopal, and the Community J j ji breaks. Well forgive her I Houser Mrs. Jack parents are Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Ii i Gulf Service Nice Selection Of I Fri, Sat., Sun.
retire with the visitors-to I anything. This will be a most !i Church. The Cantata will be'; this time because she has lots<':Miss Carol Hazerstroh'i, ''I ert Cason., Wedding Gifts ,I At (the stopllte Keystone:: Hgti.
the banquet hall for a social i unorthodox ball game. 1! held in the First Baptist iI i on her mind these "days, with I1 1 i!:Joseph:/ Stein. Mrs. John Bird Mr. and Mrs. John Strawn V I New & Used Tires! j
hour and refreshments under o Admission will be 50c. Each i io i Church. I I a wedding in-fee offing, among I Mrs. S. EL McKay Mrs. George are home after a visit with I From $3.00 Up All Szes, Stf'rlingI

admission ticket gives the do- ,, Ralph G. Copeland, organist other things. I LaRue. Miss Carol Warren, friends in south Florida. i[ Lubrication Batteries Acceu.'I Greeting Cards tLake Brooklyn t
IS YOUR ESTATE nor a chance to win a trans-I and director, will use for j I Mr. and Mrs.George Jaynes I'Mrs. William Waltz, George An annual silver tea will be i:'OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M.:.Millie &Wallie Muhlhofer :
istor radio being I Ia jhis prelude "Come Sweet,: of New. Paltz, *. Y. were ,overnight '[, Ieytonelleights,434279AUTO i RestaurantSTEAKS I
PROGRAM UP TO DATE? I LeRae. and Tony Baker. i i'I i held on Sunday, April ,21 from j t M M Expert Watch Repairs ,
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The drawing ,
ASK YOUR GULF LIFE door prize. Death by J. S. Bach. The ;i guestsuof Mr. and Mrs- St. William's Chur h J 4 to 6 at the home of Mr. I'
follow the fourth inning. postlude-also Bach will Frances P. Egan on April 2.I'I CertifiedVatchinaker CHOPS It
by i, STORE
MAN FOR THIS FREE All Holy Week Services for'and Mrs. Murray Sipprell. J
SERVICEL. Charles W. Ellis Named be "Christ in Death's Bondage enroute from a vacation at j the parishoners of St. Wil-j I Mrs. Delores Jones and Ter- JI I Keystone. ___ Heights. 473-4177_ V Seafoods Orders To Go I
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"Seaman of Month"Friends :.L.-
Lay. The public is cordially' f Jansen Beach to their home. :\ liam's Chapel will be held hi'the spent last week with her I-
of Charles W. Ellis invited to attend. 4 Western Auto !MILLWORK ij 11 i
On April Mr. and Mrs. \
I Parish Church of St. j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl j
473-4131: son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred w.j Special soloists will be: Mrs.I, Robert V. Townsend paid Mr. ; ward's in Starke. Holy Ed-j: I i I Hagglund on Lake Swan. j Associate Store I Days 6 A. M. till Midnite 1\\
Ellis of Lake Geneva will I Robert Hendry. and Mrs. L. and Mrs. Frank Egan an ov- !
Ja L Htuay 21 Keystone llcighti!I interested to learn that hej I L. Lyons, sopranos; Mrs.!o ernight visit while on their,:t schedule Thursday:is Mass as follows of the: Institution Holy-j) esville Mrs. Ruby spent Oxford two weeks of Gain-with,I Appliances-Major or Small) Keystone I 1-4 ML N. of Stoplite I

was recently promoted to ,; Carleton Paul. Mrs. Paul Travis -j I tour of Florida. The Town- I I of the Blessed Euchar- her aunt Mrs. Bama Boyd. I j js I. Auto Accessories:: Tires, I I, Millwork ShopCABINETS L Keystone Heights '
: Mrs. Mary Brokas, and. the j I Batteries. 0
.. i sends and Egans were V i
ist, 5:30: p.m. Reposition of the Mr. and Mrs. F L. Whatley ,
s Goods
Miss Marjorie Lyons altos;: i[ neighbors during World War] : Sporting Bicycles. (
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Blessed. Sacrament of 'Tampa last weekend I WINDOW FRAMES I REAL ESTATEC.
I Rev. Paul Travis, WalterBaehmann .)11- on the! Hardware Faints, Garden
I I Side :Altar from 6:30: pjn.i!iI j with her parents, Mr. and ;,i Supplies. V SCREENS I
tenors and John )
; L l I Col., and Mrs. Charles Eas-
Thursday, till 5:30: pjn. Fri Mrs. W. L. Brinson. I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS \
i and I I I Trim Material
Coligan, bass. 1 ton, their son G rry.
t Mrs. O. Robinson ,
ii Congregations from an Keystone -'Mrs. Easton's mother, Mrs. day.Good Friday: Sacred Liturgyin Mrs. Maybell Wooster spent I Electrical Contractors 'I II Sash Made To Order J. Pete O'Connor j
_____ j Churches will be participating I Frank Dustin. of Fairfield, I
"AFTER SEVEN 'o r Commemoration of the Pas Thursday In Gainesville. Keystone Heights 473-4285
in this event Iowa, are on a Folrida vaca- REALTOR
sion and Death of our Lord: Jackson Electric Co. .
Birthday Party }i the
tion. and have been ;
[ ::5:30 P. m. Reading of the' I j Parish !
WIVES, Miss Katie Gaboardi. small I!] guestsof H. L. and Vera Own-I House. !'ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR'House 'NURSERY
\. V _V daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim L ,bey, and Vera's mother. Mrs. Passion and Adoration of- the>|, Mrs. Arnold- Larsen intros -. Wiring Electric Range;,,. MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
j [ : Cross will be followed by the s ; duced our' guest speaker Mrs. ;, '
Gaboardi, celebrated her: I Alice Metz. of Lake Geneva and Water Heater Repairs
_: I STILL DON'Tp ?birthday with a weiner roast t Trailer ourt. Vera and Col. Communion Service, Parish- W. L. Didsmead, Chairman of:o General, Electric Repair Work! Clemens Nursery Keystone. Heights Tel. 473-4297
o and picnic supper at her home i<; Easton are brother and sister -i i j I! oners may receive Holy Communion -'' Missions 'from' Interlachen: ,j'I Call "Toby" For All Your i I I II r

UNDERSTANDWOMEN Melrose. April 3. Katie re- :!, ,. Several years !ago.. ,Col. i! on both Thursday! She spoke of her recent visit',. Electrical Needs : Citrus trees $%,>0 to $4.9. Winifred H.CRAWFORD. I
ceived a number of beautiful l!; Easton "gave the bride away" I j I and Friday. to Miami where she viewed 1{Keystone Heights! Ph: 47S-4975J/ I
and] some in fruit, Canned or Bare-
Holy Satuiday The for herself the plight ,
!" gifts. Guests included Mr. and t when Miss Anne Vance Anderson : Easter i( 'FARM I
Mrs. L. O. Baldwin. Brent and l daughter of Mrs. Au- Virgil Service begins at 11 p.j:i needs. of the Cuban refugees. SUPPLIESC. root. Ref. Real Eitata Brolur

Lloyd Baldwin Helen Whitehead ghtry Vance of Keystone, 5m.i| with the Blessing of the'| All: articles of clothing and I .\7d'llt-aS S for' $I.CO to $1.00 fa. lAke Properties AcreageRanchea .

Joey Whitehead, David married to Capt. Richard,Anderson New 'Fire and the Paschal I j blankets are needed. !I & L. Fesd ,Co.
'' I Bnaines
100 at Hillcrest City
Strawberry -
candle the Plans for the May
Christine, and Teresa Ga in Germany. Anne was Blessing of the V
board and from Keystone! teaching children of Army.Person Waster Water and Baptisman[ Festival 'are .in full :: C. M. BURKHALTER, JR. ZY2 Miles East. of Homes Bental..s'We
when Water and the Solemn Re-''swing. The'auctl n. which was Take A Personal InUrtM
Heights Mrs. Peggy Prevost. V el in Germany .FElmS' Keystone H
Valerie newal of Baptismal promises.i planned for the same time ighta In Your Requirement
Sheri. Angela and '][ she discovered that Co! Easton FERTILIZERS
They 'bug' me, too. You can eliminate that Prevost Mrs. Mary K. Schaef-j i had relatives in Keystone The Midnight Mass of our has been ',postponed' for the FARME&V 1f.1IDW.nEI : SALVE I Midway: ej'.ton. Heigfet .

f er. and Martha June Schaeffer. -: Heights. V Lord's Ressurection will followat present. r I,I Earleton Camelias Azaleas DogWOOd : UelroM
shiver and !tingle of the, spine time Night Co1rered i
every Church 12 o'clock. The next Family Box: Wood I Ii I
;i Community : Tck MelroseGR 5-5163 V HI way 21-Ope* 8oadaY .
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being I Easter Sunday i High Mass,] Insh: Supper will be heHApri117"a -"--..i Quality Stock
V you ,hear those fire truck sirens by placing Congratulations are !, Circles ,of the Community I !' Nursery m 5-291
V extended Mr. and Mrs. George J JCanova Church Women Organization i'at. 10 am.. at St. William's. >; 6:30 p.m. Hostess-: :FLORIST I I
4 your\ 'valuables and valuable papers on the birth of a son, i will meet Monday April i5,;' Mrs. Lena Clemens! $, % est- ,;' es will 'be Mrs, N. y;. Harden- V Latchstring Nursery : J
V_ I George Jr., on Sunday March'i at 130 p.m. for the after- dent and, Mrs, Bee 'Cooper burgh. :Mrs :c. 'J O'Connor :: Colonial Florist I Member F. X. G. A, sEa McKay, Realtor

in 'a safe deposit box at the Keystone 31, at the Bradford County rioon circles, and at 8 p. n.I' treasurer, of St. William's Altar and,Mrs. William Nelson. HAS NEW OWNERS i 'Melrose GB575& ,
Society win be, HolT Week Schedule . -I Ii".l; tl Lake Lilly $MOO.I .
Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Can- for the evening Circles. attendingthe Dot Ba": wen, "Igr. i
>, Stale Bank. ova and Mr. e nova's'i Circle I, with Mrs. Darid'[ : NCCW Deanery Conven- Maundy Thursday: Morning FRESH FLOWERS 'CITRUS LV CONTAINERS I I Terms 16 ,Lots Sunsti Lake .

mother Mrs. L. A. Canova, i: Nelson as Chairman, will meet t tion at Daytona Beach this i Pray!?. 8:3 a. m.; Evening MEMBER F. T. 'D.Flnwns S1.50 To $5.00 I I 1 9275. Terns. Investment tracts

are active m the Community*'at the home of Mrs. JerryKodatt month. Prayer 5 p.m.; Holy Euchar- ., mml1orl4' Wide Plenty of Blooming Camrilfas I large eaajgh for several lots -
Church Choir. and, all members !, on Little Santa Pe : Notice to all Patrons r TJke i5Vt .6 pjn.: Starke Phone 564-6291 from 5Qc up. Rare Camellias &fre** to "ide sandy beach.
of the Community i Lake. Mrs. Carl Stringer will I ; White Elephant Thrift Shop,i Good Friday:'Morning! Prayer. grafted. $7.50 up. Plenty OIl Ue for rpwatlon while held-
BANK ChurcH. are especially interest- be co-hostess. 1 in :Melrose win not open ,ont t ,. 8:30 a 0x4 Ante-Commun-j! Edna WilliamsFLORISTNURSKRY Evergreens and Landscape I fag far Inv"f'tmt'nt.Z Terms.
Friday. April 12. Goal Friday. ion Bidlin Prayers Responses 12: Bit t B furnished
MaV r. 0.1 C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ed. Circle II. Mrs. Sara MqDonl : V PlantsLetusland.scapeyourhome cottage oo
V V & ;* INC s EMf.$04Y COMMUNITY (1 ,Wednesday evening. April l aid chairman.. meetsM with ;;j St. :'Annas' Ept.jighfeen and Meditation; 10 a.m.; V I i beautiful Lake Hutchinacn .
3, Mrs. .L *Is Mur! a 'mem- Mrs."G. E. Wiggins on IAke- members were jEvening! Prayer, 5 P m.: THe }' FWWERSFor' ;' ] 7000. Terms.

b ). her .of the Advisory-Commit- view Drive with Mrs. Julius j j, present at the.1 meeting! of thetpiepat Seven Last Words [Combined i t I AO OcoLtionaMelros 0. C. CARNES NURSERY i
tee of St. Johns River Junior Hahjoii io1ostess.Circle 'Chm jnr menonThursday Choirs at Baptist Church 7:301 f! Phone: 'UR 5-2331 4 Jway 100. %3 mL E. of Stark, o3 I5tton''U3-4S18 Jlelghts, FtL

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"I, and of Harrison Mrs. Fannie Mosley.'Manning Both, i :(9{" GREENSTAPSWITH 1 1 I ii i i!

of these friends have gone on' : THIS 'COUPON AT rYbtFJ ,,,, 1 I II
to their reward. May the Lord!, I
comfort each and every. one' J NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXI2] : I
of both families. : Good Thru limit One Coupon to Adult With II

Aunt Babe Padgett is much : April 13 A $5.00or More Food Order; 1 1
improved in health, Is able to I 1
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be up, and to :. r Q I 1 ,b If I I (
be her \i e teN. d e a iiN 1a
old self 1 iT.u. 1 iT.MPS 1
again. Yougan was .. i
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Mrs. Gertrude Cotti of Geneva s ,

has been visiting friends ... __.. & Y>o" .... _...... .. i f
I at Clay Hill for several days -- - --- :'w.' Lt1l.G KUtt 'JULLtiT

We forgot to mention last I (
I week that we were honored C It fiSH$ - L8. 19c 1 1fI
with the two oldest ministers : ,
in the Black Creek AssocIa- .
tion at the Homecoming at .. [ QUICK
Highland, and these two men i:;'
are 'both named Jim -Jim BACKS & NECKS S LB.1 1 Oc .
Conway, who is still an active ,

minister of the Gospel and tit, *: U. S. CHOICE BREAST or SHANKS ..
Jim Strickland, who takes H

I caslons.part We in played services hookie on special from- the oc'- BANANAS : 1LL : H L LAMB - IB. IQc :

I Highland Sunday School! mid t. ,f : 04 ,' FRESH GROUNDLAMBLB.19c .

attended church Sunday services morning=at' Caleb end CLB. The Very Finest Smoked

Church, another church that .
Jim Strickland organized a- ;

, bout 50 years ago. He expected SLICED ENDSBACON ..I
a 6 :
to see several of the "old Easter HAM
I time" members in'esent. but IBS. $
c 5 $1
just one couple, *BH there
ercy and Elizabeth; Waiuvrlpht. ..

Others of tile,.on.e; $ he SHANK HALF Lb. ECONOMY SLICED
mew while paytqrin: till-( 9

church are members there The: sweet, smoky flavor of Sunnyland BACON 3 LBS. $1.
50 Free &tf !
yet, but one, Bulah Taylor Stamps hams has made them the first choice
\vas in the hospital on this WITH ,THIS( COUPON AND PURCHASE OF of thrifty homemakers. Protein-rich, ,
particular day and others THREE PKGS. FROZEN TASTE O' SEA carefully selected extra )lean hams. WHOLE or HALF
, were on the sick list. We received Fish Cake DinnersGOOD
a warm welcome from WHOLE ORButt PORK LOINS LB. 49c
the ones who were there, Half 43 r
and old. 9
young The pastor, J. ..
E. Ingram, deliwerei"an Inspiring GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNG PLATE STEW : I
messafe. gQn- that
warms the heart as.,wen -as ChickensLB.391 BEEFmLi9cNECK
corrects ones jnlstakes- We 1 I Apr / It t ,d 1 1 iIF L 9 Roosting I

really enjoyed 'also.
Among the ( 50 Free %& Green Stamps BONES or TAILS
outstanding thingswe I FLORIDA GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN -
noticed about this churchwas WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
the church bell ringing, Six 6-0%. CANS FROZEN 9 STWG HENS w. r r LB.19c PORK : LB tOe'f'EET p.
calling folks to services. This Welchade with Lemon
reminded us of days goneby *
whenthe. church ll was-.tol- VAT FRESH
led each service at-the churchto ANY WINN-DIXIE 9

I .There call the,,wertn,97.people.,present in. : ,. ,,for ; l J u : I PORK BACK BONES --IB. 49c PORKLB. 19c.

Sunday School at. Caleb I
f Church. The Nursery Department
won the banner with a ,
grade of 75 per cent. The Beginners "
were next in line I I f : I / w 1 I I I I I I I 1 ,

The Homecoming servicesat .
this church will be June :
I 16. All are welcome who will

I' attend. CRFFFPKGiMORTON .-.InI..-. 1. J''lie 8'" 1n. rY1V d2'I Rr-, Ry.Ml" RWn;l I I i t .YN,.
Wilkinson is home
from the hospital,but we un- '50 Free. ;Mf Green Stamps i 50 Free a'/ Green Stamps 50 Free &{" Green StampsWITH

in health as.we all had.hoped. Owe!: 100-CT PKG. '1.00 OR MORE WORTH of '1.00 OR MOM WORTH or T

day We School had .68, at present Highland.in Sun-The LB. S. Dixie Home Tea Bags CANDY i Health & Beauty Aids

I Primary class has the banner
yet, with a.grade .o!, 75 .per AT ANY'WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE "
B 4 d S
cent. The Bpsinners! were,next : a I ,- t .:
with a grade: of 70 per cent. "
The Clay Hill church had .
75 in Sunday School last Sun- }
day morning. ;iThis church. is Chicken, Beef, Turkey Salisbury, Ham EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON STATE RED DELICIOUSApples. SAVE It EACH OCEAN SPRAY SAUCE ((300 CAN)

We really are, expanding.so pleased in to this know area.the Dinners 2FoR89MORTON | 9 2 39 Cranberry lCANS 391

services are progressing so LBS. ..
well and so many are taking Apple. Cherry, Peach, Coconut SAVE 20* EACH STARLETT BRIQUETTES ,
so much interest in the work. LB.
FruitPies3Foai.SUPERBRAND 9 Charcoal 2.0 991
The Lord is blessing the FRESH TENDER BAG 0
church in a great way. Someof
the young people. ,of the. ALL FLAVORS SAVE '10< EACH JIM DANDY QUICK or REGULAR

community,'are .doing great Ice l Asparagus LB.191 5 25
work in the church, and that CREAM 'h GAL 591 I 9 Grits ipK6. ; I
is what each and every church '

work.blessings nt'edsthe We on everyone young pray the people;cf,Cord's thesejood to. Juice 46-Qi. CAN '15 LAND 0' SUNSHINE ? Limit 1 with a $5.00-or more food order. Fancy Rice 3p&. 35,. ,


I Catsup ? ?
CHURCH r*{ ,, 9 Butter LB: 49F ,

$ .
Week Easter of Sunday April' 14-20'-.Sunrise: :: Corn I 8 303 CANS |4 Dog Food 8 i.LB. CANS $1. j

Service. BHS Stadium 6 aim ..:.
.. .. .. .... = ;
Sunday School 9:45 "- ,'-".-. ,. -
a- m. '".: ..,
: ,.i:. i Lt"f: .. .w .,.1ot..''1 ",'1',: .
Morning Worship 11 a.m.Junior .A ?:: 'I. 't &at *'?**' I
t; .
"" hi; j '. .\. --- lj1 .
Choir and Youth.Fellow \ ; :-. ;r : ".,., yl..K. ,
ship, 6 pjn.Evening Worship,! R., .: y .
,' .4 IA ._ ti{ <'/ I I'l c3
7:30: pin ; V "" -' ,, It '
I Monday-Study for Church'I / i : --. I ,:pr' : 'fAJ ,
Workers 7 p.m. ,. G y S ] .:'. > 4'f _IIi / ; cp : .-- .. ._ _' ) -, .
I WednesdayMen of the
Church, 6:30: p.m. .? S .-- t q BLUE or WHITE ARROW r5E---'E-P-50-U'T'tf' 1 t ALL GRINDS VAC: PACKED .

practice.Thursday. 7:30,.- Senior.. Choir' '. f.i M AYONNAISf I! soF' ,

Conference.Friday Church 7:30 p-m p.m.Workers. .3*** : : I! Detergent + r Mayonnaise f Astor Coffee fy

.CHtmcll.i ,.1 GIANT BOm s QUART 1LB. CAN :,

j The St. Mtks Episcopal _. IIIl it 3 0 .
I SAVE 11'100" SAVE 20" SAVE 21 I
Church -Parish-} Calendar for I Ili i.
Holy ,,35.announced by I t +..a S 'ti Limit 1 with food order.y ,.
Rev RJE. MacBlainis. ,,Is as follows -I i 'I.
: '-. ,-' 1 j ,
l. ,
), JI Iy.. Communion-1<3Qi i \ ,24-OZ.- : .
p.m.. ","piy1: *' '1\ -. GWS 2nh Iutter y Jar 49 1.A.JJI Coffee CAN I'
Friday [Good Friday] A I 1 r .
one-hour SAVE'9EACH' sMooTN \ SAVE 16< EACH !tI Limit with $5.00 ., ,
service:1 rotn 12< nooi J -' I I < one : : s
!?d nut ; .
to 1 p.m, "The. Words !"from, 1 ......u I v > ....VJ food order. .1..f .
... '. _. HOUSE .
The Cross: t. *r \ .A\V. r ;
Saturday Parish J ,I..- "; !.'t rt:: f/P!\'..;.;. : 1L: : ,,
Fgg.HUnt, 4 p.inIL4 'oA. **-\1 JPEAc .."ioS" .. ',1'/I....'-ti".u''.'.. > ,.
Sunday (lEasterJ Presentation -
of Children's Lenten
i '

Cross offering, 9:45:and a.m.Flowering Holy of Conn'.aiunlon the I' i ., .fAUlEMP .,

Budrmon. 11 a.m.I ,


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'yyiyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, ing included a survey of the | all attended Homecoming services each month. 'Morning Prayer. IN: THE CincUIT 'COURT OF You are hereby notified thata East and run 230 feet alone rection parallel to East line ida.Witness
city sidewalks this Saturday, TUB EIGhTHJUDICIAL V suit has--been- filed against East side of County Graded of North Grand Street a distance my hand and the seal
to be made by all council at Hampton Baptist 2nd and 4tfe Sundays. Litany CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IX you in the above entitled cause Road for point of beginning. of 100 feeta point: of said Court at Starke. Florida,
HAMPTON Church. Service oa any 5th Sunday. AXD FOR BRADFORD COUN and that 'you are required 'to .thence continue North along thence at right angles run in this 18 day of March A.D. 1911

members, to determine the Mrs. V. J. Slade and Mrs. Sunday Evening Prayer 7p TY. IX CHAXCERT.. file your answer with the Clerkof said East side of Cous.ty a Westerly direction 100 feet CHARLES A. DARBY,
need for repair and-or new : In re: Petition of Graded Road 75 feet thence
this Court and to serve a ; to the point of beginning all Clerk of the Circuit Court
sidewalks here. Donald Slade were Jacksonville m. Emanuel Nick Klondes. copy thereof upon the plaintiff. South 71 degrees East 100 feet, lying and being In Section 21. I By Janet N. Carter,
BIMrLD.E.ftffl. i visitors Monday.Mrs. AMENDED NOTICE OF or plaintiffs" attorney whose thence South 75 feet, thence Township 6 South Range 22 Deputy Clerk.

The new flagpole at the "R.H.;; Parker and FIRST BAIflSTKEYSTONE ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS name and address is: WilliamC. North 71 Degrees West 100 feet East, Bradford County, Flor- 3-21 4t 4-11
'LALAALAAA4IAALLAAAA 4j .. postoffice has been put up, it TO: Mrs. Nora Clark Klondes Guthrie Jr. and Arthur T. to point of beginning: ,
Mrs. M. R. Misner and children HEIGHTS. 'General Delivery. LudowicI.G I
Teen Ajers Attend was announced, and now thepole" V Boon 162 Florida Title Building Also. excepting from the first ,
drove to Orlando Mondayto < rgta Jacksonville !. Florida not' ; described parcel of land the AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
pity Council Meeting problem ,is one for the visit Mr. and Mrs. J. M. J. R. Smith. pastor Ralph 'YouAre Hereby Notified that I later than Anril 2!. A.D. 1963. following described lands;
In the :
a petition has been filed
new siren, purchased Jointlyby Copeland. Minister of Music If"you fail to do so. decree Commence at the SE corner II 964-2600
above styled court by Emanuel
Hampton City Council had Baker and family.Mr. pro ronfesso will be entered of the intersection of North
the and civil
city, county
Nick Klondes for the adoptionof -
and Mrs. Ed Close, Mrs. and church organist.V against "yon for the relief demanded Grand Street and Michigan ,I
two groups of teen-agers as defense funds. AU councilmen' Services School Uriah Sears Burch, Jr.. a in the cnmnlaint. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
: Sunday Avenue and in Norther-
its Gene douse and Howard :M. nvaor. by said petitioner; and run a J
regular meetington and city officers were The'nAture of said suit being '
pres- ly direction along the East j i'
Bradenton 9:45: &- m. Morning Worship you are required to serve 'd
Hill of were over-
Tuesday. April 3. ent for the meeting. copy of your Answer or Objectionsto for the! foreclosure of mortgasre line of North Grand Street a i DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
a. m. Training Union following de-
Pour night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. show cause why said omberlnK; the distance of 93 feet to the ;
were seniors at Bradford I :
Marahal: Resigns Don Hill and daughters Sun- 7:00: p. m. Evening services petition should not be granted. -rl-d property senate In point of beginning; thence Starke, Fla.
County High School, attending Bedford' C n"ty: Florida: continue along said line a dis- :'
Marshal W. M. Phillips announced 8G8 p. m. You are invited bo on the 'attorneys for petitioner blocks.
the meeting for day night. Tjiomas & Pierce 203-305 North ThnA certain lot" tance of 100 feet to a point; RENTAL SERVICES
his resignation this share family Prayer time with ftoCf'I fl?! D8r.b of land tllttflt. ]-
Homer Bryant, V so nof Mr. Tempi Avenue. St .rke. Florida. V thence at right angles an ,
.homework" In a class week effective at *. J!'nrV..I qj' linw I, the(9tv Hospital l Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches
in go- once, as city and Mrs. A. M. Bryant, has us. and file the or.ijlnal in the. office easterly direction run 100 feet ,
nt R+.rk. Bradford Coun-
vernment, and took notes on marshal of Hampton. He said i iI of the Clerk of the Circuit to a point: thence at right j' .
the morenartiou-
been home on leave from tv. 1".111. It Southerly di-l
Court .on or before May ,9th. angles run in a
the (council proceedings, asking the resignation was on account -I here. 'l:,,rlrd<" 1'lhf'd itr'/ollowa. to- ill '
Navy with his parents COMMUNITY CHURCH 1963. S. :...t.._...'., Vfls.b1f V
questions on the operationof Herein Fall Not or a cierr'e'pro I I
of his health.
111.5V ship docked recently in.New KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. confesso will be entered 11f'.I;' thp ::nnthw.at -I
the city, etc. Prom the School Closed Friday I' following I
[. York, after being on a Corner of thA ,
PAD, or Principles of American Hampton Elementary.School j A. C. Holt, Minister.. against you.Witness my. hand and. the- "......n".." 'ni.o.. nf l*Trt. tO- I
tour for sev- .
Mediterranean in' Starke, .....ft. ,. ..'-th}1f of TWk ft ,
Democracy, class, they has a holiday this ,Friday for eral 'months. Sunday School. 9:30: a. m. seal Florida of, said this 6th court day of April., QIUt" Pqiiop 4 Wit of Simon '|

were Buford Parker,. Henry I the Easter weekend, resuming Mr. and Mrs A. O. Pope of Morning Woship, 11 a. m. Pio .. 1983. J.TVrnnW. Pnhdtv'oion oft j j1oni1 V

Dryden David Allen, and I j! classes again Monday. Easter Eau Gallic spent last weekend neer. Junior, and Senior Youth CHARLBS Clerk A. of DARBY the said, .11 'TValon. .:r 'TVmr'JAntH'.s nf M"1 PlocV*. 0!*j 6 '| ',..'- ,.,.-

Barbara Drake. !, parties for each of the classes here.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvvll. Groups, 7 p.m. Mrs. GeorgeA. As Circuit Court. p......... 4, In "" "..t""t flnartpr ::

The second group. of teenagers 'I are being arranged for Thursday Canova, organist and music Byr- Virginia .F, Darby .. ,.. "t..t t Ona+*"* and mor"Mrtl",1arlv V It %cd :

attended the I!I. afternoon teachers director, Deputy Clerk. described' as being j .<, '. .
by "
meeting i THOMAS & PIERCE ())1'II-baJ 11..1'11In th* South. .;, :':-""
to protest setting a curfew in I I I room mothers, ranging from 203-205 North Temple Avenue ........ 'come11 of Northeast ;i : \;,
KEYSTONE yyyyyyyyrryyYTTYY.'Y1 Starke, Florida V Onar'er 'of' Rn'tVir| .>..t On"1't-
Hampton. In the ensuing discussion -:,. Easter egg hunts to room par- '
Attorneys for Petitioner P1' O' ."tfnn 41 9'w.qhin j C
they agreed to plan I I ties. HIGHLIGHTS 4.11 4t 5-% \Q"iith.R'pA: : 2!.v.t. .4In be- :

some ,organized recreation for ;: Ptlt..onalsI Bayless Hiway -V ....,' At ,Sont'iiaVt rornor o* 'I IvI..1 .
I 'P""P'II' '
I R 'Sr .t" of -
'young\ people in Hamptont.Drtin'g |I Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow. &LAAAALAALAAAAAAALLAAIContinued NOTICE IS NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN -w': ",.o' "f,
with the county recreation -i.I Hicks of Orlando were weekI ( from Page 10)) I By Sirs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfAAAAAAA THAT I. JEFF WESTON, who t"hAlvt.'nn ""It>nn North iu
1761f..p' ,
board. 71 dorrM"1! TO"t to
convicted in the Circuit
end visitors here was
with her
fn;.+..k.:' t""n.)1'J'o..t.> *** 10153U
Other business at the meet- mother Court e f Gilchrist County, .. IMPORTANT SIGNATURE IN 1863!
Mrs. Mamie Mead, andTnat'8 .APrP; F.lllIt f*> t alone-1
I p.m.Easter V Florida, at the April 18. : ..
Eve. Morning liVUV df ,.,,11 ) prptl)("
: Pray the offense .1. t !
Church News thereof, 'A. P.V 1938, of die
., staler: That's when President Lincoln signed
r1lfr to
n'' to v'w.
er, 8:30: a.m; Evening Prayer, of Murder in the Second '
'G 'L A S S Our Business Rev. Jasper Smith of Key- Degree and sentenced thereforto thpnVQfffltlI and '71 dr'P National Currency Act making possibleour
I 5 p.m.; Easter Even Rites, stone preached at the morning Life, will apply for clemency; .rt 17<>iC fpAt fro F.1I..t hounof ,

If It's Glass We Have It" I 7:30: pjn.Easter service. last to the State Board of Pardons !arv .".1" Rloplr ft\ Ronth ofr I present healthy and helpful"duat banting
Sunday. .. I
Tallahassee. at its next :p..... 4 Tt'aej fViB / A Snnthto -
CALL WRITE or VISIT I Sunday: Holy Eucharist Florida,. ;
I of national and state commercial
was good at .both regular meeting. !'.." 111 it""PI1'-w".t. 151.AfAP system"
: FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S i 8 p.m.; Festal Paschal services, and 11 new members JEFF V V WESTON notnt ofnflrpel h"tri"hll!'. banks. ;
I Eucharist and Sermon. (Applicant) ....I" of lo' of ln4 h.1j.
were added by baptism Sunday Itp 4-11 ._. ;;lt1, .... t.. t";" "p.i. +1..o' i I
GLASS CO. 9:30: a.m. night. "rtnth- of I
""ri On'Easter Sunday the flow 'Pllnp'; 4 Wut nf Simon. .T \
(NOT INC.) I ers of the Cross will be doneas Starting next Sunday; the NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO ":',;...",..q ", viqlon.of ttl* IMPORTANT SIGNATURE IN 1963!
time of Training Union, Sun- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN N"+1eq.f Annrter of t.*.. .. I .

"Formerly Joe Peters Glass CaP last year, with all placing day night, .and Wednesday : Notice is hereby givenof Toihvetfl"lI. nf P.tln" I With it can draw bank
We Design Modern' Store Fronts their flowers in the Cross as intention to apply to the ,1. ''r'Wttllhin; fi ot1th. 'ltll"... i own you
pight services will be as follows 1963 Session .
of the Florida Leg TsM'" (4-w't" IV i
they enter the church. 0 r"qq!''Ii. checks to pay bills, save regularly, applyfor
Just Mail Us A Pattern For V : Training Union, 6:30: p. islature for passage on an act P"tiq. lI"it pontaljitne'' 5'' i i1 iJ

Table The Alleluia Egg Hunt will I; m. Preaching Service, 7:30: p. ;. to limit .indebtedness, for all /1nf/ fI" """A, tnor.. or: 1..1II! low-cost bank loans, get the protection
Tops take place for the younger I purposes of the Town of Brook- *>Tc''Ttt a .fItrlo'rt'ff'1'vp'! for II
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 children during the latter partof m. Prayer Meeting.V 7:30 p.m. I er in Bradford County, Florida- ron'v or. clrppt, .on th.. .... I of a safe deposit box, and enjoy countless

the service. Personals and Date. Providing an Effective Kr>r.lAr ''of' ,hnv. <'lA..",.lh..iI I other benefits of our full-scale bankingV

Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp JII"//l.: ,Al os" Rp sfinnin" IIH South. financial
BILL service. Make bank
First Baptist Church + our your
and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp TO BE EXTITLED ''-'PGt; corn*I. ('f Vnr

There will be special music AN ACT TO LIMIT THE INDEBTEDNESS O'jarty.of Sn"thwB QnTt"1.of headquarters!
Gas Genie were visiting relatives in Jacksonville 'PotionTownph'n !B:

I says: ''I at the Easter Service onSun, last Saturday. PURPOSES OF.FOR THE- TOWN ALL $nth'', Ranp 8! EAst .nlt. rii2ft. ,I I

day morning. The Junior degree East nf North 131 -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cribbs OF BROOKER IN BRADFORD .
MEET MY\ GIRL fppt to thp Sonthcast corner .
Choir will sing "He Lives.
I of Alachua are spending this AND COUNTY, FLORIDA; ';.t. W .et Hajf} '; of" Block'' 6

FRIENDSHELIKES i and Mrs. Mary Eckford will week with her parents, Mr. FECTIVE PROVIDING DATE. AN EF- Ponth. ..Pane4: WA f-of Simon V

sing Angels, Roll That Rock and Mrs Gordon BE IT EXACTED flY .J. Temples! :f'ibrt'vislon;: f11pnrp THE
'I ; Jones. THE F.'tllt of" Nnrth 100TH ANNIVERSARY Or
JS 4rAAa J !
The adifl.t hoir will LEGISLATURE '
Away ,Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Terrell STATE OF OF THE fllongf Eat Hn. of ""'1\ We! .t j t4ATIONALCURRECYACTAND" $
I sing "Chrl$ Arose." Rev J. FLORIDA l -W""k, B. 17 feetJ J '
hl1t.of -
and family of Norfolk Va. SECTION 1., That the total .' 1'W "W..'t ot. THE DUAL BANKING: SYSTEM
tb'n'e' ,
Natural Gas Ii R. Smith will brink! the:mes. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Brooker indebtedness in of the Town Of 'icnt.l1DfPpt.,71flpffrp(, vrtne. 0'I I A CKNTUKV
? sage. Bradford County of. COMMERCIAL BANKING]
I Harry Faulkner last Sunday. County-'Florida; shall be MId. :(Northeast) '
t limitedat i* '
I At the.Sunday Evening'Ser 'J '. thence) I
Southwest Quarter;
,, They enjoyed a family picnic aU times .to an amount not :
Just As Well As I Do. I vice, the Young'-People's Choir $t'V lunch time. exceeding, fifty per cent ((50%) 3puth..307 'feet.to'Mlntiof'be-1' '
.. parcel
of the total assessed valuation glnnlng1the'!
will sing, "i :Know That My Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby of '.b undpd', being apportion ofthp'.Wst :
If real and
in doubt about Natural Gas ask personalproper- '
you are I Redeemer Liveth. Half of Block C .i
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ty within the corporate limitsof :
your friends and neighbors that use it.and get first the Town, as shown on the South-' "Range 4 West of Simon' : FLORIDAJ1
I Randolph CrOby.in Maxville Subdivision' and
: 'JTempl.
II I tax rolls of the Town. Such total JT- 'I
hand information as to its convenience, cleanliness, Ii and Mr.- and Mrs.rOtis Crawford indebtedness shall include V Ritpatfd .in tthe. Southwest I;
i ST. ANNE'S; EPISCOPAL in Jacksonville laStThursday. bonded debt .notes certificates 'r.o 'n.1' of. thVNoVtheast Quare""n -
economy and efficiency. We will want and'other { Southwest' Quarter of '
are sure you CHURCH obligations of .the $ 1 < : :
Town of Brooker. 21," Town fllP 6' South. I '
I iBeqtton;
Natural 'B'A"N'K 1.nBriIITIi-:
Gas 'Ai
too.STARKE. : Rev, Wm., W. Worstall Mr. and Mrs., Fred Chitty SECTION 2. All laws and Range 22East, Bradford i .. '.-_ -. .I. : : ;
contain- -
parts of laws in conflict here- County Florida and I
NATURAL GAS Vicar, and 'baby of' Bunnell were with ,are hereby superseded and Lg31100 of. an ;acre more 01 :

oftce3 8:30 visiting, her parents.. Mr.and i no effect as affecting .said )less;. I
: Dally ,- : a.m to One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
Town. the above de .
Mrs. Willard Browning last s/v!: '.EXC ptiD' from
City Hall Phone 964.1301
.5 -pm Holy. Ettchartst Wednesdays SECTION!; 3. This Act shall scribed lands the following Ii
[ ,V 10'&.fl1.VlIOl7' Eucharist Friday night.' take effect immediately upon parcel' of- land: I ICommen Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

..MrsNettie Nasworthy. of becoming a. law. on 1st and 3rd Sundays '
r Lawteyj; -visited' "her :parents, ,H 4-.ll I .NB Township%. :'of, 6.sw."SectioD'South; Range 21,1 23: .

Mr; and ''Mrs- D. 1. Knight, NOTICE OF LEGISLATION I

]last Saturday; Another guest TOT'WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

of the Knights during' the Notice is hereby given of Intention -
to apply.. to the 1963
V week wen their daughter; Session of the Florida Legislature V counts. tasolinenowatanan.timebighinanti.knockqual-
Whenpjck-up !
,: :':.> i... .. .. Mrs. Evelyne, '.Brown. .of. Lake V substance for passage of an Act the ity; CROWN-Standard's "regular," now stepped-up 1
relating to Bradford
< .' ... '. City. County, Florida; authorizingthe to boost your car's performance, cut your driving ,
.. .' .. Sympathy is extended to adoption of a zoning code; V STANDARD' STANDS OUT
lL ; .,., the: demons .family in the providing ,a procedure: providing V costs; ECONOMY CROWN popular dollar-stretcher
.. .... funds to defray costs of
c. / of their 'who lifethat all the many cars can
loss mother, pas- enforcing this .Act; providing Heavy traffic,crowded schedules-that's Dixie's supplies power

sed away ..Monday afternoon. employment that a violation of persons of;this providing Act- V V on-wheels today. And that's where your car shines at a saving. Whatever you drive, stop at Standard

V Rev. and Mrs.; C. A. Crosby !
.. and Standard
':.. .constitutes a misdemeanor; :if use any of these dependable Standard gasofor long-running gasolines
visited friends in Linden the
effective date. ,
.. providing an Ilines
L I : : first of, the week. R. H. Mclntire, Secretary; : CKOWN,EXTRA-Standard's premium grade STAN DARD 01 L COM PANY (KENTUCKY)
Board of DirectorsS'J'ARKEBRADFORD
t ,.. Mr. and Mrs. Green Bowersof COUN- ,

j Jacksonville spent Sunday TY CHAMBER OF COM- .. '. .S. ,. .... d., of"'. .....L. h R
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IV TIlE CHURCH OF GOD IN THE COURT-OF THE COUNTY '"" '...1'.: ,?",,..,""7.; .. .',. '

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In re: Estate of V IVV/t. ( V
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Morning Worship, 11 a.m. V. To All Creditor and Person.having .

I VV L. B. Young People's Service. Against Said Claim Ectatet or Demands p

: 1 Evangelistic Bp.m. and each of you are
111 p.m.. Wednesday Prayer Service.Meeting hereby You notified and required to .4"_ I_ _ _ _ _ J4I
present any claims and demands
< I & 7:30: pjn.-K. J. Robinson which you or either of you Lt ,.

Sr. pastor. may have against the estate of 1
Fred F. Stump, deceased, late
; V of said County to the County
CARD County .
OF THANKSTo of Bradford
Judge '
Florida. at his office in the ,, /&' E. -4. I V S \

..,. all the wonderful friends court house of said County at
... Starke, Florida, within six ..
2 and relatives who'mourn withus calendar months from the time
,the loss of our beloved of the first publication of this I''
notice. Each claim or demand
Mother, we .find' no words to and shall .
\ shall be in writing ,
"- express the depth of our grat- state the place of residence and <

-, itude. Your- cards, calls, flowerS post office address of the claimant -
.o9,. A ...1\ .. to by I
V .. '," .. : -V and shaU be sworn
.,... .:tb .. ., _.. letters, and the food you the claimant his agent, attorney 1
prepared will never be for- and any such claim or demand -

gotten.The Fannie Man- I. not so filed shall be void.
i Evelyn Stump Griffin.
ning family. Lillian Stump
As Executrices of the Last

CARD OF THANKS Will and Testament of FredF.

Stump. deceased. I

now..f tvvi//fnw4COCtos: switched Words cannot adequately: I ms.First publication April 11. -S 'w_

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for the many kind and sym: IN CmCtTtT -COURT EIGHTH ;i; ::. : -

to flameless pathetic 'acts by friends dur- CIRCUIT OF V
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in Florida! ing our recent bereavment.We COUNTY FLORIDA. IN f W'i V

to Dr.
are especially grateful CHANCERY. So. 1S-H4.

.. Ritch and the staff, of Bradford Pioneer Finance Company '
In the ....
I "cooking events" at this year's MRS. MmR CA County Hospital All a corporation :

all 51 finalists will uso flameless electric national contest these kindnesses win never be ,Plaintiff : 1
ranges. Contestants vs. :
represent 50 states and the District of Columbia forgotten.-Mrs; Owen Vaug- James H. Gamble and .
.. Coronation wife.DeendantL .
April 27.. night, Mrs. W. V. Margaret Gamble, his
.at Golden Gate Hotel Auditorium han and daughter. .

Avenue, Mimi Beach. 194th St. anfl,Collins Green Jr. V NOTICE OF SUIT. I
In switching to Electric James H. Gamble, Residence : '
Ranges exclusively the V Gamble,, ; I _
Homcnpkew". "Nation's Most Outstanding Unknown. Margaret r ,, ; S.. l'
are doing what Unknown. .
more than Residence
a million
families have already done.Because"flameless electric" Florida .. 4 '

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no fumes, no ... :
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light. Best today. 1
tomorrow .itP.
: the new electric the only way. See :., fr 4S4'd.V S9jVV .V. __ _
: ranges at your appliance dealer.! V I .,._, 4 c ;" $ ___ ___

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