Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 18, 1963
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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/ The six college students who had occupied this Oldsmobile had been headed !

for Daytona Beach and an Easter Weekend of fun and frolic, but their trip end- : 1

,. ',1 1 ed just outside of Starke when they crashed head-on into another vehicle re- -' '

: suiting in the death of one of the six.

I I Leaves One DeadWreck \ .,..

f Berry Sales

Top $300,000 Ends Easter I -

I I I ( ) Bill Tilley, Charles Hardy, A. L. Crosby Jr., Don

This Week Bloodworth, Herbert Sellers.

For StudentsSix !!i I
Trip :,
Strawberry sales at the ,! 'Weaknesses'
Farmers Market through this
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week topped the $300.000
college boys headed fora because the light
'mark, with two or three more ,
weeks of shipping apparently holiday in Daytona Beach burning. The ticket I On Schools

in the offing if weather con- crashed headon into anothercar Brooker 48 hours in which :

ditions remain favorable. Already a mile west of Starke on have the light replaced.

| surpassing last year'sfigures S.R.100 at 11:15 Friday night, Fowler said Brooker's '
berry receipts are con-' April 12, according to Highway -
got onto the wrong side Motion Withdrawn
tinuing to mount to set a newpostwar Patrol Trooper L. N. '"
Fowler. the road in a curve where

During record.the week April 10- One. a hitch hiker, was fatally road was under PTA Group Bypasses Stand a aOn

16, the market handled 17.526 injured and died Wed- when the accident ,
flats at an average of $3.15 nesday in the University of Johnnie Lee Posey

for a gross return to growers Florida Medical Center, as a traveling west, said he ; School Board RaisesA
of 55218. result of severe head injuries the car with one light ,
Peak volume was reached in received in the accident. He wasn't sure where it ;

the week, April 3-9, when is ;Phillip Patrick Cullom of was on the road. Fowler : motion to ask the Brad- diem basis only He said this
23.361 flats were sold for a Chicago, a student at the Un-' Posey slammed I however
brakes act
on County legislative dele- should be a general
gross of 7995223. iversity of Alabama. He was that the Brooker car left i gation not to support legisla- and not just for Bradford
Prices are holding strong on traveling with another U. of a few feet of skid marks before i! for proposed salary inreases County.

the post-Easter market with Ala. student John EdwardLawler the crash. for members of theJradford Supt. H. P. Morgan said

Wednesday's average reportedat of Richmond Va., who Posey also was treated County School that the proposed raise was
apparently wasn't Injured. Bradford County Hospi was made and second- "controversial" and that hi
$3.42 flat.
per The two boys were pickedup 1 and released, a at a meeting of the High had taken no stand on the
So far this season the mar- near Lake City by a car spokesman reported. PTA Tuesday night, issue. He suggested that if

ket has handled 91,128 flats driven by Larry Leo Brooker I Brooker was charged / failed to come to a vote. anyone opposed it, the best

for a return to growers of a Florida State University 1, driving on the wrong side : A. L. Crosby Jr., who made course of action would be to
$302,775.08. student from Lakeland. i the road. Damage to the 6)C. motion, later withdrew it I write the legislative delegft-
Riding with Brooker were was estimated at $800 to P08eY'8 after BHS principal T. L. tion rather than having a

two other FSU students, Deeb I and $1,200 to the Brooker : Casey argued that the action vote by the Pl'A.Soph.Class.
Rabies< ClinicA
Peter Demetry and Robert 1 car. Both were total would make newspaper head-
Taylor Bagby. All but Cullom : 1 lines and might be anti-cli / -
1 rabies clinic for Win'be the in-i I I and Bagby were treated at Cancer: Drive matic to "the other work done : .
Inoculation of dogs Bradford County Hospitaland here tonight." Casey referredto
held at city hall on Sets Friday
Lawtey released. Bagby was ad- George W. Roberts Jr., comprehensive reports on
Saturday, May 4, from 9 a. mitted in good condition and ident of the county varied phases of the county
m. till 12 noon; and at the Cullom school ProductionThe
was rushed to the American Cancer Society system made'bY a panelof
starke city park on ChurchSt. medical center In Gainesville. nounced that the annual laymen.In .
Saturday, May 11, from 9a.m. I sophomore class of Brad-
Trooper Fowler blamed the drive is under way, and withdrawing the motion,
till 12 noon. accident in part on a burned house-to-house canvass Crosby said he did not want i ford High School will stage
All owners of pets are ad- out headlight. He said Brooker be held Monday night. I to do anything that might' the play "I Remember Mama-
vised to have them innoculat- Friday, April 19, at 7:30 p. m.
was given a ticket near J. E. Denmark is chairman embarrass anyone.
ed against rabies on the above -, in the BHS auditorium."I .
Live Oak earlier that night the canvass. The motion followed a summary
dates. Remember Mama' is a
made by James F
record of some of the incidentsn
Bloodworth, a member of the
Native Of StarkeEdward panel, who presented the following the lives of a Norweigan
: 'mmigrant family living ,in San
list of personal sug
Pace Day Observance gestions for consideration of ''Yancisco' around 1910. The
I the group: lay has had successful runs

I, Non-salaried school board n New York and throughout

Set By Catholics For April 26 members.2. Attendance by School he ersion country of the and production the movie has

I' : Board personnel at orientation een extremely popular.

The' 25th anniversary of the Nova Scotia, came to live ; meetings. Mama, as played by Phyllis
death of Mons. Edward A. Middleburg with her ]< 3. Central purchasing for tiller, is wise( understandingnd
aJ her chil-
f Mrs. T. Hoyt and after the county school system. ambitious with
.. Pace, a native of Starke for ,
r whom St. Edward's Catholic marriage to George Pace \ 4, Maintenance of a policy I ren. She reflects all the good
haracteristka of the ideal
1859 settled here at handbook.
.' ic Church is named will be observed they
here on Friday, April junction of the 5. An intensified summer Vmerican mother Wayne
; 26. with special religious ser- to Cedar Key railroad, ',I maintenance program for I'hipps shows Uncle Chris to

i vices in the morning and a was then under school buildings, busses, and 'tea rather rough character on
civic get-together in the eve- The War Between the other equipment. ,the outside, but full of sincere
es, starting the same year Rodney P. Hall, a memberof love for children in his heart.
ning.The Catholic Archbishop of the birth of Edward the School Board attend- Linda Hagar, in the role of

r t St. Augustine. His Grace, the disrupted home life in I. ing the meeting said that Katrin. is a very sensitive and

Most Reverend Joseph P. Hur days, and the while he did not oppose the emotional young girl.
,} 1 ley, who established St. Ed churchman and educator proposed raise from $100 to Tickets may be purchased
e!$ ward's Parish, will honor the later years would joke $125 per month, he actually from any sophomore class. some
,,yy : occasion by presiding at a the fact that though born ', favored state-level recom- ber and will also be on sale at

b' Requiem Mass at 10:30 a.m. Starke Florida, it took mendation that School Board the door. Admission is 75 cents

r'.a t, on April 26. He will also dedi- four years to become a ( ) ) members be paid on a per for adults 50 cents for Junior
and senior high school
cate church plaque to per- States citizen. His
petuate the memory ofOiarke's begun in the old public 35: for elementary students.

most distinguished here was to carry him :

clergyman. a lifelong career as ._ Nasworthy B&E
Invitations have been ex- writer lecturer, and .
Monsignor PaceDON'T tended to all priests who sor for most of his 77 Is Reported) .

-- )have formerly served as pastors After graduating from
Bradford County Sher
of St. Edward's Parish. val High School in The
I From 6 to 8 pjn., state and ville, he studied at St. iff's Department is still investigating
MISS I this week| the
county officials will join with College in Baltimore
I and entering of Nas-
American College in breaking :
the citizens of Starke in ob the
Class Play j Furniture and Phllco
Sophomore I worthy
I serving "Edward Pace Day" Italy where he was
store at 310 E. Call
"I Remember : at a giant fish fry on the a Catholic priest on :May Appliance street.
: grounds of St. Edward's Parish
1885.After Items taken from the store
Hall. Starke's oldtimers who receiving
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at $650 and 'included -
knew the Pace family, are of Theology degree, he I are valued
,. two Philco portable
especially invited to the free ed to Florida and was )
Apr. 19 television set*, {wo electric radios
fish fry.Edward. ately assigned to be t

7:30 PAl. Pace was the eld- Florida's largest Cat .. ,..!.. and a hi-fi set.
'' ": < The store entered sometime -
est son of George and Mary Church the Cathedral ._. . # '<..:0.:.'.. was
AuditoriumAdm. ., ,
BHS <... ;.,, '''''' "... between 11:30 p.m. and
Pace of Augustine. During his 'li "'
Kelley and was one
Adults 75e ,__ :. : :.... ?A 1 am. Suridapbfasch4.The
'the first persons born hereafter ship there, he served as
Jr.-Sr. Hi 50c the settlement was des- General of the diocese building was checked by' Assistant -
: I Police Ken Pu-
Chitf. _
Elementary 35c ignated town by the openingof ever the Bishop was '
qua at 11:30 and had not beendisturbed
the US. post office in 1857. ing.
Bradford County in recent but the 'robbery
The date of his birth was After experiencing: the
discovered at 1 s.m., by
in burning of the years. was
July 3, 1861. He died rowful I '
A buffet dinner was served Lieut Billy Overstreet ,
Washington, D. C. on April dral in 1889, he directed I
to the approximately 50 guestsby
'This Space: Contributed 28. 1938. reconstruction of I
members of the Ladies Social
Weekly tb PBblidHeommunIt His father a native Floridian oldest parish church.
Golf Association. program
who was reared in Mld- Recognized as a representative of the
7 Events by : was climaxed by a television
I{ dleburg or Black Creek as it student Father Pace Gainesville Social Security' office
sometimes called joined sought as a professor address at 8 o'clock by Governor I
of will be at the :courthouse f
The Community partnership with Captain John American College in Parria Bryant in Starke at 9:30 a. m. Friday '
I C. Richard in opening Starke's and the newiy Industry Appreciation Weekis Apr. 28, for the purpose' of ;

State Bank first general store, known as Catholic University in .... : .: sponsored by the :Florida transacting social; security
11-/'Rdchard & Pace. His moth- ington. D. C. business,
m Development Commission, t
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'--I body to the School of Medi- Edgar Glisson _____ 11.97J I E. C.: Taylor -" ---"---__ 4..f

I cine at. the University of Florida A. Guana : __ 8.83 JohnL. Taylor- un..; \
.Tii Tenneco Oil flt 1671
for advancement of medical Seeber D. Goodman..___ 4.47 W. L. ThigpeS ----,- J071

t I : research. A memorial Benny Garcia, Jr.___117.79Aurelius R T. Thonvjs;Saw Mill _:33.::.60 .
service -
; r Green Gro.- 8.63 Herb Thomas -....--- is:47 was held April H at the G. E. Green __---78.48 H rb's Drly:hrn ---- <..2 so i
t Starke Church of God, where Robert G. Green______ 3.63 J. W. Thomas_.___ u__ r:; :2:! \
* L. R. Griffin________ 27.S8 Eddie Thompkin __u___- 1637
( JRi d5A H Mr. Martin attended. The pastor I Ancil W. Griffis__ .__ 12.80 Trailer Train Co. -__ -_ .US ,
I! T'1 GLADYS MOOT PHQNE'l $ Rev. L. S. Williams, 'of- i Luther Griffis ____ __ 16.97 TryMeCafe __---,.- _u 947
-- y; ) I Jake F. Gruber__ ___ 5.80 Bruce Tyson ---------.- .f3 1
I t ?:th t J -1f ___ ficiated. Gulf Service Station._. n." : John Tvson ------- -- __ -80
s .....r.Mr.. and Mrs. R. A. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner j' -____' Gulf Service Station_- 3U31 Unity Cafe. _____.._u .. 47 1

I I' children of Tavares spent thewfeekehd'withlier and family and Roy Turner HIGHLAND BAPTIST Gulf Service Station___ S3.6I Harvey Vaughn' -,- 4 H '
f4 V. J. Hagan __ __- 863 William Waite 447
"cu. parents; :Mr. spent Easter in Valdosta, Ga. e CHURCH Jack Hall __________ S.S7 Daniel R. "Weeks __ "', ri i (
and Mrs. R. R.: 'Hutchings.! :Mrs. with Mr. and ;Mrs. W. T. Brin- 12. E. Henderson ____--<.** S & M What-A-Burger KB .ijTheronJX

:;; .,Hutchings entertained at an son.. Roy Turner went to ._ Sunday School. 9:45: ; Worship -Clyde Kersey _____-- 21.55 Whidden. Jr '!'JS1 l
I .. on 4t: foley M. Hersey _n__....___ 6.55 Theron D. Whidden Sr.- "ii3.
Easter egg hunt on Sunday afternoon -Atlanta, Ga. to spend the week service, 11 am.; Training Francis Jenkins Florist, __4.47 Mrs. Mae Willett __h < 47
'f Leonard T. Johns_______ 12-80 E. W. Williams__ >$
: ;; for her grandchildrenand with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee. -
( : t =9 Union, 6:30 pjn. Evening D. R. Johnson_.______ 9-47 Ida Mae Williams Cafe s ,,? I
16 friends. Little Calene Mrs. Anna Margaret Moots, t n. E. Jones __ 8-63 Madie Williams 47
w Service, 7:30 ------ -- --
: rn. Prayer
i Green remained with her and Mrs. Zella McClain of Kis- p. Noel P. Joyper _______ 6.55 George D. Wood_ .-H : 'J :
Jit: __ 4.47 _______ J
f Meeting each Wednesday 7 p. Irma S. Kennedy------ John W. Toak aa
..r04 grandparents this week. simmee and West Liberty, Ohio Floyd KinK ...._________..--- I.U J. R. KELLTax ? V
W;), Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. has;were Wednesday luncheon r W-T-- m.-Geo. W. Chism, pastor. LaRue Corp. __'--- ._____ 1.3.54 i:: Collector Bradr.irdu ,

n t'etumefrom( a month's visit:guests of Mrs. Vernon Smuck- """""' ''''''&<'' ''''' -'.,"',- 4._. -. -"'. .-;-,-- --.--. .-_.._____-__f"' ---- -- --4j __________-- --- -' ----------' z J LaRue. F Lavender--------Corp. ___--___--_--_ 71.1280!' I I, "ty, Florida' ,
with Mjr. and Mrs. J. A. Scan-i er. They also visited Mrs., Nelson -j I" : XOTICE IT. A. Lawson___ __.- 103.21 !

Ion in Warrenton, Va. : Green and family. I New Presbyterian Manse CompletedThe As providel by Chapter 2072S, James Z. Lee____------- 4.47 II
I Acts _______ 6.55
of 1941 Notice is hereby Ma hie J Lea -
Miss Green spent I Mrs. Jesse Vining and daughter -
... ] given that tangible personal Lincoln City DrlveIn..GS
l the weekend with Mr. and Mr.j! Barbara Jean, and fiance, new Presbyterian Grady and his family as soon for the future site of a new:!I Kramer, Mrs. Louise Kite. property taxes assessed for tht- 1':. C Logrsdon ___ 8.63 J

.. ,Robbie B. Branam in Jackson':Gabriel Page of Stockton Ga. Manse. pictured above was as the city completes the sew sanctuary.At I Guy Andrews, Mrs. David year of 1962' are now delinquent Archie MeCalhnan___..._ 485 I (
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and beginning (1. J. McGriff. Sr j
April 1st such -
ville. were Saturday guests of Mr. completed last week by the er connections. The manse is left, in front of the new!I: Montgomery 'and Rev. Grady. taxes are drawing interest of M. G. McMillian-_--- 41.96 j I J

S Mr. and ::Mrs., James Hamlinj,I|:and Mrs. L. D. Vining. contractors. Whitehead Bro- located on Bessent Road justa manse is the building committee I W. T. Jackson, also a member' one per t'*nt pr month plus the Louis Mann ______.. n.u | I

t and son of Salina, Kan. spent I I, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kennerlyof thers, and will be occupied by short distance from property and the pastor. From I I of the committee. is not. hi proportionate notice. Unless cost of the publishingthis amount Master*Menzen Electrical_ Service- 54.47 16.571Krvin !
last Monday to Friday_ with;]: West Columbia, S. C., and the minister Rev. H. Walton. the church has purchasedMrs. left;. L. V. Hardin. Frtz1M. I, pIcture. set opposite each name below I Michigan Ranch _-,- -- 41.961 j

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Mr. and :Mrs. Carl of are paid before the 1st day of John H. ol3on.----: 4.47'Fernie
I j Dempsey Miss Della is attending Mrs. 'and __.___ 19.47 .I
Rosenberg George Huggins, Mrs. W. F. ; May 1963 warrant* will lx Issued Moody ,--
I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Manes ofi Walterboro, S. C. and their r I Air. Martin 71 ___ ...
i Legislation Day and W. B. Thompson Mrs. Glen had as guests during the weekend -. thereondirecting levy n. W. Mosey, Jr. _____;; *-9 i iI t Charley
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Lakewood. Ohio will arrive families spent Thursday to upon the seizure of the' tangible I Carlo* Maerov .lU.4I1Herman
the BPW banquet in Tallahassee -Garret, and Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. Corine Purvis of, personal property of the tax. Nettles __ __P_._,__ *0.jl
..Ib. Friday for several days visit,,:Monday at Strickland's Land- Thursday. attended the Methodist Vaca- Gainesville, Mrs: :Addle Wheeler Dies April 11, payers for unpaid tare penalties 6. S. Nevcomb ___----. '95 E.Johns.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas.' ., 8363 i :
and additional costs. The New :Method Cleaners :
UJ ing.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- tion Church School Institutein of Taft, Mrs. W. H. Steinmeyerand '
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton and Mrs. L. D. Vinjng name of delinquent personal Night Owl Cafe---------- .s.n :1
"S.' dale had as Sunday guests, J. Lake City Tuesday Mrs. L. M. Ritch and Services HeldWalter property taxpayers and the a- Othma J. Norman________ 6.55
of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. D. will visit Mr. and :Mrs. Charlie
W. Home and son Billy Mr. Mrs. S. L. Peek ,Sr. and Mrs. daughter, Susan, of Jacksonville mounts of tares including the North Florida Supply___ 99.4tt
J 'h.' A. Mullis of Palatka attended I Wiggins in Stockton Ga. on cost of advertising and the first TJ H.: Outlaw ..______!S.!!
: and airs. Home Jr., and Mrs. Joe Wilson visited Mrs. Bess .- E. Martin, 11, a retired month's penalty are as follows: Edward L. Overton______. 1iiO<> "The time and money that I
the Easter St. Augustine
I parade at -I Sunday. Richard May and daughter, Burns in St. Vincent's Hospital Mrs.' Franklin Pridgeon of Robert H. Am ____________ 7.18 H. B. Peyton ._ ..______--- 21.14 into tobacco
If, Sunday. carpenter, died April 11 __ __ ._ i.U goes growing a -
on ____ _
; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner all of Mr. afternoon. was Aialea Motel u 69.05 Ernest Phillips -- 't
Melody, Hampton, Wednesday ] visiting her mother
Perry ___..__. US is heartbreaking.
,. illness.Mr. Jeff Baker ___ 41 9' J. T. Pollard --- crop
after extended ----
Lid Mr. and ''Mrs. Charles J. Harris and Miss Mary Lee Faulkner -and Mrs. Richard C. Williamsand Local admittances to Brad- ]Mrs. Pearl Edwards, last an Charles Beasley __.__ ____u 6.55 Lester Prevatt_________ 1S813 In few minutes hail
i-:: of Jacksonville, Mr. and of Jacksonville were Sunday sons of New Port Richey, ford County Hospital this week Martin was born in Bel Air 66 Service Station 61.54 Pro Shop __ ____41 96Pyrofax a a
I Mrs. I Thursday.Mr. 1 Bells Garage __________ __ 14.W : Oas Co _-.83.M: storm can make a crop un.
J. Fred Harris Gainesville, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sioux City Iowa on June ?
Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, and Mrs. include Mary Padgett, Ruth and Mrs. Otho Hammanof Charles W. Bias _____19.05 Leonard B. Register Jr..6.SS I fit even for plug tobacco.
I IT" and ,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weltzelj I,Paul Faulkner. Lula :Mott, of Starke. Lee, Zelia Green, Myrtle Sink. Tampa and Mansfield Ohio 1892. and moved to Bradford Warren E. Bishop _.__-- 1280 Mrs N. B. Ro"'ier------ 4.47
i ... or Miami were Sunday'guests Mrs.. Jordan and Mrs. Fred of Gainesville Delores Elixson, Rev. Merle County in' 1938, residing a-. Woe Light _uu_-__-___ *.4T Ray A. Salatar ________. _- 985J Docs your agency -have
George Guy ,
.! I are spending several days with Harold Boree _. ______uu 2322:! D. Sapp -. _-_- .- -T_ 4.4.1 crop-hail insurance to give
.: of Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green.i five miles north of Starkeon
,I family of Alma, Ga. were was the overnight guest Sunday Packham and Helen Mabel Mrs. Henry O'Hara. bout Bradford Bldg. Supply__ 458.17 Security Mtg. Invest. Corp 73.63 ime complete protection
Lloyd rider of 'St. Simons I weekend guests of Mrs. Ben' of her mother Mrs. A. Z. Mersereau. Miss Lorraine Smith of Jacksonville ,U. S. 301.Surviving Carl L. Brewn---.._ 41.96 George B. Simpson ______-._ 14-88 I
:Milton D. Carter______ 46.13 Simpson Bfke Shop..-___ ..21.14 whether my tobacco crop
Island spent the weekend with Faulkner.Mrs. Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. Chester And- was .a weekend visitor are his wife, Esther R. B. Caufrean-____--___u_ 12-80 Rudolph Sink: .__ __-______...4.47: slightly- damaged, or entirely *
.. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.I Sybil Sirmans and Mrs. Mrs. Charlie Parker and rews of :New River were Tuesday -of Mrs. Henry O'Hara in Martin. of Starke; four Cities Service' Station__ 21J Carl H. Smith _________n__ 23.22
______ 8.6S ''J. : ____ .______ 4.47 destroyedV'Charley
H. Grider. of Cocoa are guests of Kenneth Martin Jack- Mrs. L. M. dark ---- C. Smith -- -- I
daughter Annette evening sons
I Mattie Thomas of LaBelle supper Starke and Mrs. Henry Rogersin
1 were Dr. E. H. Clarkson___ 27.38 J. T. Smith ______ 10-71 i
: Wilbur D. Spidel and, daugh weekend.guests of Mr. and Mrs. spending this week with her Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red Waldo. sonville, and Donald, Clifford, Rudolph Coleman ____....--... 2.38 Junius Smith ...__.-------. ___ 31,55! I E. Johns

ter. Miss Collette Spidel of,M. H. Sheppard and Mrs. Kate mother, Mrs. L. S. Hutto. dish.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Ralph Martin all of W. II Dubs __ ____..__u___2947_ Paul Smith _____-- _u ___ 2530 ji
D & J Upholstery Shop 8.63 Southeastern Tank: Service 11.73
Mr. and :Mrs. Brad 'Locke. Charlene Martin, and Starke: two daughters Phyllis -
I : Greenville, Ohio were weekend Sheppard. ]had as guests Mrs. W. H. Ed- Henry B. Easterlhig-- Southern Oil & Chemical I :
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lex|! and family of Jacksonville were Mrs. Catherine Van Koolbergen wards of Jacksonville from a missionary in Quito W E. Flake___-_-__ 1.&' Co. ? .._.____ ______ 11.250.18 Agency
J. P. 67 of Kalamazoo
Cooper, .
.____________ 8.63
Vasco Rest B. T Thorn.
Mrs. Gerle confined in Doctor's Hos- Ecuador; and Mrs. Florence Forsyth
: Gr&'land Mr. and Mrs. David: Mich died April 11 and visiting !Shellie on are Thursday to ..Sunday and Mr. Mack S. Futch ________ 21.14F. Truck Stop ______.___-- 41.96 : \
S L. Spidel. |i funeral services held Sunday.. pital.Mr. and Mrs.V.. R. Royster and Prater of Jacksonville. Also L Gase ___ u__-____ 1280Jarrell Starke Re-Cap Co.. _______119.21Horothy PHONE 96 -0121
I were ______ _________ ._ I Ii
Cadet Henry Norsworthy: of : and Mrs. Pete Reyes and'family of Jacksonville on Sun- surviving are seven grand- Gay 8.63 I D Strough __1O.T1
: Mrs. Ray Ambrose of Jacksonville -i there He the
children. General Supply & EqptCo. I Kenneth M. Struth8.63Enoelt i 131 S. Walnut St.
S was overnight guest;!|i brother of Mrs. E. J. Flynn of the Georgia Military College children of Jacksonville were ___u ___ ____ 14773 i I Strong ___________ 447 I
visited his parents, Mr. and Saturday visitors of :Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Mr. Martin donated his Elizabeth J. Givens! __-___ 21.14 'Percy Sullivan _- -__ __ 21.14 I' I II
I : Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.,;Starke, and Mrs. Bessie Faxonof
a Winkler. Gainesville. Mrs. L. W. Norsworthy on Santa Mrs. J. S. Sapp and family. ley Noegel were Mr. and Mrs. I '
the weekend.Mr. home this weekend 1 I .".'. kG.'f,
S Fe over Arriving W. P, Joyce of Tallahassee .. ', .
: and Mrs. Nyle Jones and from Jacksonville University at over the weekend, and on Sun- -4 _'A'I IGKkU' I'

i children of Stanton, Mid were the end of the second trimesterare I day, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noe- _( HL. _Gfr1g. _ORN '1

I, luncheon guests of Mr." and : Douglas Seymour Mike gel 'of Starke, Pvt. Ronald :' k:; z: rAMp STAW'" I IS

. FLOFiOATHEATRE :Mrs. J. T. Quigley last Friday.Mr. Reddish, Barbara Blankenship,' Noegel of Camp Gordon, Ga., 'kI..If I'w

Jones was stationed at Susan Slade, and Marion Har-.Miss Mary Noegel of Tallahassjee vifl

Camp Blanding during the war, rington.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis IGRtIf..IlGQELP.
and this is their first visit to and Mrs. L. A. Brownof Cochran and daughter of Jack-

l Starke in 18 years. He is now Sanford were weekend sonville. .) _ _
employed in the post office in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bill Costello returned Sat- MQTORSI

his home town. Rowe. urday from Charleston, W. Va.! ,

Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover of Karen Reddish, daughter of where he attended the funeralof ,

j Hibbing! Minn are spending :1 Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish his father; P. A. Costello I 4.::,:> '.

t I : .. OPENING' TIME several days with Mr. and Mrs. celebrated her sixth birthday on Friday.

MONDAY' F. F. Flume. Wednesday at a family party. Mr,.,.and Mrs> Garl Mathews{' I 'I.f
: THROUGH THURSDAY Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rev. and Mrs. John Brabham '
Cooper spent. Easter. Sunday with Mr. =i1
I', OPENJ:00 P. 1I. SHOW STARTS 7:30 had as Sunday guests A& and 'attended j the funeral of Rev { !!.. 1 V's and _e ,. USED PLUS CAR' PLUS SALE' Lz:,

I FRI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00: Mrs. Donald R. Cooper and Air- .
4A. I : man and Mrs. Robert Burnsedof ,Tuesday morning. .M.r. .and Mra.H. G. Davis Jr. 'J

Tampa. The Coopers had an Attending the MYF sub-dis- and family of Gainesville were

f Thurs., FrL, Sat. -I April 18, 19, 20 Easter egg hunt in the .fter.,trict meeting in Fort White visiting 'her':mother \ :}.[rs. Lu-

noon for 16 friends and rela- Monday evening were: Rev. .J cile Davis, on Saturday.Mr. _

I :. Double Feature Program ivea. R. Brabham, Mr. and Mrs. ., and. Mrs. jHerbert Drewof S&H Green rtEE

J _' Mrs. Alice 'Langford of Lake Henry Godwin, Jimmy Smith, Indianapolis! spent the stamps

I :. TONY'S COT _WD? TROUBLE] Butler and Mrs. R. A. Thomas Richard Wainwright, Eugenia weekend with""!),tr! and Mrs. F'N

; were Sunday guests of Mr. and Ekard and Phyllis Haddock. : Donald M Rae. I LZZ.sW4OI _
: Mrs. Herbert Thomas.Mr. Bill Green, Curtis Sanders ;
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsof :
t fJI and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Paul Jacobs of the Uni-.
Jacksonville were' Sunday
and family of Jacksonville versity of South Carolina spent GIVEN WITH A
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. \-
.. spent Sunday with Mrs. Frazier the Easter weekend with Mr. Dansby. ,
Shaw and and Mrs. Lex Green and at
family. ,
t Richard and Stevie Hall ;ict' r
Mr. and Mrs. W P. Randallof Daytona Beach are

:. Tampa were weekend guests Mrs. R. ,S. Fernandez has as confined.with measles. ,,

41 Qf Mr. and Mrs. W. H. tfra-guests Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Every Used Cat Sold
.. S f.tlMM* Irs, A ham.Mr. :Schoeneman and 'children of. were, 'in Crescent City last I .
I : and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Madison Wis. Tuesday on business.
ILL UI LT1LvA iwtaa wiw-a ou B mmP'L
I J : and family and Mrs. Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips ,Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Mrs. I STAMPS

.. Lawson were visiting relatives spent last Tuesday to Sundayin Randal Chitty, Miss Betty _
1 l I S .i4S7..MCOLOR.rn4v.I.O.. I in Chiefland last Thursday.Mrs. High Point, N. C, where Jane Morgan and Mrs. Jerome

I. r.. A. J. Eaves of Sara- they attended the funeral of Johns attended the Florida Federal THURS. FRI. SAT. -- APRiL 18 19 20 bsc177 :

i J : .- fo S sota spent the weekend with Mrs. Phillips' father, Harold on, of, Women's! Clubs convention ,

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves. I Steidley. Mrs. Phollips remained in West Palm Beach] ,

J, t., k1WTI Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed-, there this week with her the first of.the week. GREEN STAMPS: Stamps Issued On Cash Difference f\'f ISTAMP..

I wards and family of Sneads aunt, Mrs. E. C. Dillon. ; Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark I _

.. I were weekend guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shields and family visited iMr. and .- -_ _ \ ,_, _
and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. and family of Waldo spent Mrs. Joe Thomas in Crescent) swosv UP TO UP:1'O I UP TO Iff
They also had as Saturday Easter with her parents, Mr. City:. last Friday I I11rs. : ) ,

evening James Kinchen guests and Mr. family and Mrs of and Fe Lake.Mrs. Ed Prevatt on Santa and.. C. Mrs.L. Cooper Donald and daughter Cooperand L7i 16,950 S &H .9,995 & &, H 7,5OS&H

: .-- -'- -=----::-:- :::-:- -- Jacksonville.Lt. W.. C. Young of Charleston, son were visiting in Cross Green Stamps Green Stomps Green,4 Stamps Z4I
(jg.) Jeffrey Carr of the W. Va. is spending this week City and,Chiefland last Satur-!

: Plus "YULE LAFF" Cartoon USS MacDonough was a guest,i,with his daughter, Mrs. Bill .ay. I I ON THIS,, ., QN :THIS

( of the K. G. Duncans over the Costello,. and family. .,. 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns and!I I' ON THIS _
I ; 11 Easter holidays. Bud Lawson and Joey and 1961 Ford Galaxie 1959 Ford Fairlane
Sun. Mon. TuesApril 21 22 23MODERHHAWAII daughter- cbainC3vlf$ were!I ; '>
] :
Miss Angie Dunagan of Tift Andy Jordan of Lakeland were : _
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
College, Forsythe, Ga., and weekend guests of Mr. andMrs. Charlie Cowen. I '' 500 Tudor, Hardtop, Ford500' Fordor V-8, FordoFairlane 500
I TUEGNTS1ORYOF Rev. and Mrs. Roger Ezell of H. A. Lawson. omalic Radio I
Mr. and :Mrs. George Edwards ; Heater, malic, .,Radio, and Heater .
Jackson Miss with spent the Easter Mrs. Guy Sale spent the of Jamestown N. Y. are! i ::: Power holidays their parents, "":
weekend in Tallahassee with '
Heater Clean Car
e spending two weeks with Mrs,1 :, _
Rev. and Mrs. W. M, Dunagan.Mrs. Mr. Sale and daughter, Linda: E. L. Crawford.. Mrs. Crawford H' ONLY\ : ONLY
Mural Gardner under- to N'
Kay.Mrs. also had as Sunday guests Mr. L
went surgery Monday in Bap- )
W. B. Mundy and Mrs. and Mrs. C. C. Norman Mr. :
tist Memorial Hospital Jacksonville I $1'95$ I *
J. B. Sapp visited :Mrs. Thelma and Mrs. C",H. Morris, Mr. and; ; $995. *$19S J4

". Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell -Steele in Gainesville on Sunday. Mrs. Sam Gordon Ralph Edwards -] STAMPS OHIEN TAMPS

Miss Paula Hieatt of Miamiis and Mrs. Myrtle Adkins];
of Battle Creek
,.,. :Mich. and '.. _
.. ... visiting her and families of Jacksonville, _ _ _ .4
.. ,.. .. .... Bradenton are Mr. and grandmotherMrs. :! S_ .
_-_ '- ... visiting <.
_ .
hT and Mr. and Mrs. .,
S COUMM PCWH PI*** Itestt naoucnx -p Mrs. J. G. CaldwelL I Pauline Torode,_ this week. Willie Reed II

anuiCdM Marion Harrington, :Miss|' Mrs. C. A. Knight visited Mr. of' Keystone Heights.Mr. w1, _

DIAMOND HEAD Mary Jo Pabst, and Mr. and.and Mrs. C. C. Shepard in :and "Mrs. Herbert Green. j '

,. Mrs. Bill Harrington and;I Lake City last Sunday. and family and Mrs. J. H. More Good Clean Used Cars i'tIIS I'

: Plus "NAPPY TOTS" Cartoon daughter of Jacksonville spent I Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones Fields were visiting Mrs.. Harold -J A

the weekend with Mrs. Gladys had as guests during the week- Ford in Cocoa over the 1) ., 4 To Choose From During _

24 Harrington. end Mr. and Mrs.,Charles God weekend.Dr. I L This I Sale l L 1z:;
Wed.tJ Thurs.April, 25 3-Day; !
.. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ander- frey and daughter of; Wash. and Mrs. Marlon Riehon I' ,

r son and son of Cocoa spent the ington Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Alton and daughters of Puducah Ky. All At Low LOW Prices 4.1tiiaf

weekend with Mrs. Myrtle Anderson Higg nbotliam.. Mike Higgin- spent the weekend with Dr I __ GREEN -STAMP?'

,& BJRDOF&RRST t ibotham and Leslie Thomas of and Mrs. A. Y. Covington. __ .... -
'BUfR! T. H. Slade underwent -iCallahan.I and :Mr. and Mrs. 'w Ge.twkof "..I.
BIGPIOTUREk2 gery Tuesday in St. Vmcent'sHospital ,Robert Tranthom of Jackson- CARD OF THANKS
Jacksonville. '" .
t tifrs. tvflle.I ; i I

..S'f' '\ :A\'. .\J I W. G. Stringfellow visited -|! Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Irby and who We contributed appreciate to the all Mission of, you C'K' WITH

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barkley -family([ attended church in Ala- Fund I ,- :
as a memorial to Walter -
.. / ': and family in Jacksonvillelo'er !cl1ua on Sunday with his mother E..
and wish to let
( the weekend. Mrs. Lillian Irby. and remained -
1 you know that it was placed, 1R1LLEGAR .
t I .. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.,NaUman''I there for a family din- in the, Church of God Fund __ CLYDE _IGAs.'l
.had !ner with Mr. and Mrs.
as Easter Sunday guests for Missions-- We appreciatewith
I their children, ilr.. and -Mrs.!''trtr;. thankful hearts 0t* 2 ; _

I I .. C. H. Dawkins and_ daughtersof !I 'Mrs. W. E. ').{iddleton. Miss the love'_and kindness shown an? .t'_-*-t(-f.W 1.i': '- '-s(,4be-4'.. .. ,.4.. .. .. .' _i __- w COt -' W4- .4 I f- a-W._- 0, ( _. -Iw. ,.

i S Ds. *lTtO AJflT$COI Jacksonville. and Mr and Madge liddleton and Mrs, Mae us during this time of beI. i _

\j S Mrs,..W. .B/Boyd and'sons ofSt Jones attended the Easter parade reavement. Our loss is heaven's IFi. oo& cuia. cM Ip c. (.tiI. 1LF LL..

-- Plus "CHRISTOPHER CRUMP&V\-8rktoft- I Petersburg. :The occasioa in St Augustine_ on. Sunflay. gain -"The family of I r ':Z7 2' z;; '- -, !' -.*-.$ -, -I
h' *' -
"''asIr.. tollman's birthday: I Walter E. Martin. j ,


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Woman\ .Cluo Flower Show Three Woods

:I Hears Talk. OnUses Set For .Apr. 27 28. i{ WHAT WHEN I Fires Reported;

Of 'Forests y'Gaden' Club 'to.. ..' AND WHERE ,15 Acres Burned

"Multiple Uses of our; For The fifth .annual Flower of' M I I Three forest fires were reported -

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-M51 ests" was the .theme 'of the Show, sponsored by.the Starts _}tt3 .. during the past week

4.>, program presented at. Hhe Garden Club, will be held .; Apr. 22. r r' ac j with a total burn of five a-

Barksdale Home Garden Club Starke Woman's Club'meet- Saturday; Apr. 27,'from''2''ii' ;. starke.Garden.C1 b.. 7:30 : cres.

I ing on Wednesday afternoonof 9-.r 8 pjnVahd: _Sunday, Apr;! 28, ., home of'Mrs. Russell Norman r ." ,I i Since Jan. 1 there have been
Scene Of last week., .- ",;> 56 fires with 439.7 burned
acres -
Party To Meet MondayA from 1:30to 5 p.m. 'in the ,''''':,.
I For II Miss Dorothy Ross, Conservation -: Starke Woman's Club.- "Danceof f Beta Sigma Phi sorority 8'' :.' -' ,'. ":-..:.' ; i as compared with 106 fires

} Young People program on Day1 Lilies will chairman, introduced .... 'the .Flowers" win 'be 'the -m.;home of Mrs. B. L. Mox- J' ". -' '>;>:.",-':,"''.}';'"''<,'''' I and 659.6 acres burned during
j | be A. G. !McCullerV Jr. f,:/ithe theme: ley Jr. the same period last year.
Misses presented by Mrs. A. Russell
Bobbie Sue Barksdale
I Florida Forest Service of'Lake f Mrs. 'Vernon Smucker is t Apr. 25 I Have A Chair Ladies! I High winds and continued
and ,Judy Cauffman hostesses -:Norman and Miss l
t' were Dorothy Ross I City who spoke on the balanced show chairman, 'and .Mrs: 'M. e? Toastmistress club,.,7:30 p. dry weather have increasedthe
at last
l a party Thursday at the Starke Garden Club and full use of our Flor- F. Hazen; chairman of stag; .m.. Meth. Fellowship' Hall. Members I fire hazard and all per-
evening at the home of the latter -i i iI +1 I of the Ladles Golf Association of the Starke
meeting on Monday evening at ida forests for both commer- ing.) Apri.2i-21' sons are asked to use extreme
on N. Myrtle Ave. I 11 J. Country>> Club pause for at snack, after serving Industry Appreciation -
cial and recreational Flower Show, Garden 'Club caution while burning trash,
I i
7:30 o'clock at the home of purposes. All exhibits, except cut ,
,, Dinner in the club house
The young people gathered 1 With the increase in population {3 V: specimens and those in the at Starke Woman's Club: new Tuesday night. The; or doing controlled burning.

I I' in the Florida room, where the I Mrs. Norman on E. Call St. by 1975. we will reach ,: .: ?::::.' Artistic .Division, must be i i May 8 1 r absence of chairs is due to furnishings In the new club house i Rainfall during the weekending

f, party decorations carried out,i Mrs. Norman will have as co-: our 'estimated constant daily :'::: 't' '.:.'i:..., brought to the Woman's Club .; May Breakfasts Starke f not being entirely complete. From left: Lois Mclntire, Gladys i Monday was negligible

the Italian motif. Refresh-;I hostesses, Mrs. Vernon Smucker -: water supply of 515 billion %*: :x between 8 a.m. and 5'p.m.. on Woman's Club. 12 ffioon. r Hobbs, Shirley Johns, Lil Bishop. Iva Smith, Gertie McRae, I with .1 inch reported at New

ments included pizza pie, carrying -, and Miss Ross. I! gallons. We will need wise Miss Toni i GeorgeIs Friday, Apr. 26, with the exception J I Dot Sheppard, and Bernice Epps. i River .2 inch at Santa Fe,

out the Italian theme. The executive board will management to increase!, our of those from out of Services ScheduledThis I I I and none at Highland.

The 20 teen-agers enjoyed meet tonight (Thursday) at water supply with watershedsby Engaged town which may be delivered odors Reitz. Rosendale. Wis.; Friday 7:30: p. m. Sunday I I I Ii

dancing and refreshments dur- 7:30: o'clock at the home of. preserving the forests .for To Michael l Flynn between 8 a.m. and 10:30:: a.m. Friday For. t r and Elmer Reitz Eureka, School 10 a-m. Sunday Night .i Esterbrook Cartridge and

ing the,party hours.. Mrs. Paul Raymond. this purpose. The recreationaluses I on Saturday, Apr. 27. Mrs. Sponholtz 71 Wis.; two sisters, Mrs. Verona Worship 7 p. m. Everyone I Fountain Pens $1.95 IZ.95 -
I of forests and 'water are j Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Competition in .Artistic Division .Kossel. of Wisconsin, and Mrs. cordially invited to attend 3.95 at The TELEGRAPH.

camping, hunting,boating, and t Hill of Ormond Beach an- is open to, aU Garden Mrs. Katharine Margaret :"Lena Strom, Akron, Iowa; 12 Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor. I

I II fishing.. The demand on the nounce the engagement of Club members and must be Sponholtz, 11, Widow' 'of .the : grandchildren and one great

I forests for recreational purposes their daughter, Toni Loretta the work of 'an amateur ar- >late Henry A. Sponholtz.. died grandchild.

MOTHERS I increased from 70 percent George, to Michael Patrick ranger. Advanced registrationmay Tuesday morning at her home Funeral services will be held Health Facts

I in 1940-50 to 240*.'per Flynn! son of Mr. and Mrs. be made to Mrs. Bill'Cos- :near'JStarke.,extended. -at 3 p.m. Friday in the North-

cent in 1950-60. L. C. Adams of Starke. tello by Monday, Apr..' 22. illness'r.:'! side Baptist Church with Rev. EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!

Mrs. L. Q. Powell' used the Miss George is a senior at Horticulture Division:is-open .- Born: in-Wisconshi* on Aug.J H, IT.: Mott officiating. Inter-

Easter'theme,") for the eyoI Mainland High School in to an amateur gardeners" ,, living 410/1891.; Mrs:. Sponholtz, had1ivied'ih ment will follow in the family Its a fact that nerve energy flows
Carp Dept. I tional. Daytona, and is employed in In Starke and surrounding i : Bradford County I I'sini plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery i from the brain over the nervous system to
I : Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar.was: under direction of DeWitt C. r ,
the pathology laboratory of communities, and entries mustbe ;
I j ; 1923.. She was a mem- I every organ of the body. Without thisnerve
I selected to .attend the State Halifax General Hospital. She grown by the exhibitor.The 'her ''&!ft, he> Northside Baptist Jones Funeral Home. energy the organs cannot function

Store I convention of the.Florida federation is president of the DCT Clubat public is cordially invited :Church. Active pallbearers are L. C. normally. Pressure on the spinal nerves
of Woman's Clubs'at Mainland. to visit the show, There Carter, O. G. Norman, Harold
Daytona Beach this week. : Surviving are one daughter, Alvarez, G. L. P. B. is the most common source of organ fail-
Starke, Fla. : Mr. Flynn graduated from will be no admission charge Sapp Dr Bofflne
na B': Sponholtz; five sons ) ure. Spinal adjuestments by the trained
I Mrs. C. J. Houpt announced Bradford County High School : but silver donations will be > Johns and Russell Carter.
I that exciting plans were being accepted. Lester M., of Jacksonville; I' Chiropractor restores health promptly and
in 1962, and is a pre-dental
: E. Arlie K.. both of I
I made for the annual May student at Daytona Beach Junior Jvan' and CONGREGATIONAL efficiently.
Breakfast to be held Wednesday Miami; Lt. Cot Milo o.j HOLINESS CHURCH
3 I College. He is employedat DES
Days Only noon, May 8, at the club Chapter Sponholtz Hawaii; and Leland DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
radio station WMFJ in Day-
I house. Members of the/:senior tona. ]honors Worthy ,B. Sponholtz, Rockville, North 301, VA miles out of f 426 N. Walnut St. Phone 964.2881 Starke, Fla.

MON.TUES.WED.April I club, the Junior Club, and M4.: three brothers, Nestor town on left of the road. '
their house guests are askedto Grand Matron > Reitz"l Black Creek, Wis.; The-' Yours People's Meeting f Insurance Cases Accepted

I Paulk Family ,
22-23-24 purchase tickets. from Mrs. t
At a .covered-dish: supper
( 10:00 A. M. TO 5 P. M. DAILY I J. H. DuPre.Miss _, Reunion Held Here' and 'meeting.of the Eastern -. l

I Star last Friday 'evening: in
The descendents of John
HollingsworthWeds \ the Masonic Temple, lIrs.,
PHOTOGRAPHEROUT Paulk held their annual family '15 ;;:55 .
Richard Fox Irene Johns, Worthy .Grand :: T,
the Cros-
reunion on Sunday at
TO LUNCH Matron of the Grand Chapter, t
by Lake home of Mr. and Mrs.
12:30-1:30 In Home Ceremony Florida, made her official visit "
Dave Paulk. The reunion,falls
DAILY to Starke Chapter OES 224.

\ .._ i Miss Elsia Penelope Holl- annually on Easter Sunday.The The Worthy Matron, was +RA
Shir- : approximately 35 guests "
ingsworth Richard
.J membership
given an honorary
I, married Saturday attending included Mr. and Mrs.
Fox Jr.
ley were in the Starke chapterand
"h 'iJ I Apr. 13. at 11 a.m. at Jeff Paulk and four daughtersof was; presented 'with 'an SLEEP

L I the home of her mother in : Pearson, Ga., Mr. and' Mrs. Easter bonnet during theme !
I Starke. The ceremony was Edison Paulk and son and t1ng. j

performed by Rev; John R. daughter of Whitehouse, Mr.
1 1t 1v2 Distinguished guests were
Brabham in the presence of and Mrs. Brooks Paulk and .
Verna Brice, Past Grand Matron i
members of the immediate., daughter of Lake City, Mrs.
; E. WGarris, Past Grand j J
J \ John Stone of Woodbine, Ga.,
family. Patron: Mary Johnson, Grand I 's r
Mrs. Fox is the daughter of Roswell Paulk and'soli, and : II
Treasurer, ( Betty Rowell, I
Mrs. Annie C. Hollingsworthand Billy Giddens of Daytona Grand Marshall; and Gloria I,
l Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Manning i irt.
the late Smith, Grand Ada. Other i ; I
Hollingsworth' Mr. Foxis and son of Jacksonville, ,1
guests were past grand _officers !-i
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews,
the son of Mrv and\Mrs. grand coofl

Fox of Winchester: Ky. ;.$ and Mr. and
GETAHUGE The bride chose former dish and families: of Starke. r

wedding a'ressTof. pale{|>lue An old fashioned covered-dish' r' '",< I
silk organza over' taffeta.< Beta Phi
and Sigma 4.-i
11x14 WALLPORTRAIT wore matching-accessories

r $ 00 carried 'a 'no'segar of'pjnk. BirthdajTParty' Will Have Tea ,; I: { ; I

sweetheart roses. $: II
For Melanie Green On Founders Day ::1
r A reception was ,held!rafter '. .: .. '.
the ceremony : *< ffi: kIIF
<- Mrs. Lex Green Jr. enter- The Starke chapter Beta j,
of Your ChildBy After a;Short:weeding.! drip,
KIDDIE FOTO I the couple will reside in'Gainesville tained at a delightful birthday Sigma Phi. sorority will' cele- ;

$ party Sunday afternoon for brate tithe' 32nd anniversaryof
., Mrs.' Fox is a graduate, of I her daughter,Melanie, on"her the.organization's'founding

O Full Pose Children of All Ages Bradford High ;;School:/|and I first anniversary. with 'a tea on Sunday afternoon -
was employed Suhland The party was held on the :

9 SELECTION OP POSES Training Center.Mr.: Fox'holds,I lawn at .the Green home at Apr,. 21, from' three to
1 *. five of jj J+ a Q, f'n p d 'sf v p"' ,, < a r' ,
B.S. and MJR.C.: degrees fro m I 323 N. Walnut St. where the o'clock at the home tr

O NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED the University of Florida; His e Easter theme was carried out. Mrs. W. A. Stern, honoringthe
life1 The refreshment table was Y d v ,, + $ .
director of cottage at rushees and charter-mem- ,
S Sunland Training Center. covered with an Easter party ; a : ;I
Pictures Delivered at Carp's Dept. Storea bers. : i rM .i
cloth and centered with a ;
Few Days After They're Taken Thirty-two years ago ''the 4x 5 f' I
'birthday cake decorated with !
Zipper' Notebooks $2.49 at first sorority ;
bunnies. I chapter of the
Bradford County Telegraph. I
The 15 little guest enjoyed'I was'founded. 'in Abelene-.,-Kan-' ) ,
refreshments during the party i
sas. There are now 7,000 chap-
hours and received favors of ters and 150,000 members wpA M, .L 1 ? S C, G iI I

I balloons, and plastic Easter 14' countries. I.!,; ...I- + y n
r' .... 1' Ji ., eggs filled with candy, I '.V' l.
Y The local chapter'was 'to
,, ?_I.:;) / / ;. Out-of-town guests were j founded in 1950 with the following ; 7 y ,
., .. .. '
: ;; ..... ".::. !
Valarie Pierce and Carlton ---- ": w
: : : '
members ,,
-r' itt:.E' _\, charter : Lay- ''1' ; ,VFy f .Y 8
PI ,0'. Wise of Gainesville, and Elaine t
\ .r"i' I., _:! ree .Hartmaiuu Edith Biggs ; } '
tt :
of ,
...>" ,! .
Winifred Wimberly Norma
; I J i :" \ '" ',;J: : '. .. '
", ti- ') i Ga.Mrs. CUrrie Barbara Barksdale. 'I. I
J { .... :
... ". \ \ "" ( Green was assisted by .
.. II' Merry Beth Smith, Ann Hayes -
7S' "J.'\ ', irV' i's Melanie's grandmothers, M Hall Dorothy Ross,
June ,
I '/v. [ !
; $ :.Tf ;M /; Tyler Jones, and MrS.. Lex Ernestine Denmark, Marian SPRING ATReO.

I ? I Green and Mrs. Ginger God Long, Louise Wainwright, Hazel I
%'I\ N
i ( / frey.
\ ;/ r4 j jJ ..Fields, Bobble Studstill, ;
\ q' ; Antl ThPtcwe It! J ;, Mrs. Evelyn: Ritch director; : jr f fS. j

4 S \ )1. \1i' Senior Citizens I Mrs.. Ethel Sewell, ,sponsor,.. i ir 1 \ : .. !

t ..o'F' t" Hear M DiscussionOf dical Care r Easter:Party. Given i I '.,.J..:. :' .,, .. flieinattress that helps you "sleep away your backache"

For Chris Lewis t '.
The Bradford County Se- '

THE GREATEST VALUE EVER/ OFFERED INMEN'S nior Citizens Club had a most i( f .' \. The Back
: Supporter provides comfortable restfUl
I ,
enjoyable meeting on April 9,j Mrs. Meed Lewis gave ,an ,v. I
at the*'Woman's Club. Forty Easter party Saturday afternoon I healthful sleep.You get proper! support that prevents

: members and 14,visitors were for her son, Chris at Only
( backache caused by a mattress that se.Bs""too or is
WORK SHOES present.: The visitors were I their home on Westmoreland

from; Lake City' Senior. Citi st. .7.; -, '-, :. : firm. Once you try a Back Supporter you'll.

.zens.Dr. Chris 'was appropriately.a :. know:what it means to "sleep good.. $$1950 '
John Marcello spoke to tired for the occasion ina ,

a the club on Medicare and bunny suit. The 18 little 1

REG. sA Charles L.. Cowl Informed the guests enjoyed playing In the -_ Exclusive "Health Center" construction gives .
club on the National Senior yard and had ,an Easter egg .
hunt. Refreshment table, -was i extra support where 70% of your body rests. -,
Citizens Organization and its kk (box rprinq same errs)
5a99 works. set up In the carport'where;

K bunnies lined the .
large Easter ,
The,, members and Visitors I
cake center- i Costly Karr "Free-End" coils provide surface
walls. An Easter
:a enjoyed bingo, refreshments. r .'
SA WE ,99 and dancing. ed the table and'bunnieS' and V comfort and firm inner support ,, .
The next meeting' will -be colored eggs carried out the
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Tuesday April 23 at 7:30 j '
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I m. There will be a shor.bus\ Mrs. Lewis was. assisted by I S.... .. V _Entire innerspring unit Is heat treated and lac- SPRING AIRFEATURED ,,

Work Oxford or6in.. Shoe $ iness session followed by a f, her mother* Mrs; .N. S.Dan I" : .. ... quirt after assembly, to. give I longer life, preY IN '
kel and Mrs.vNormanElks Allen :.: UFE AND
surprise package auction-: ; .vent rust, and eliminate noise.
Plain Toe, Stormwelt SATURDAY EVENING '
Dance Set t .
Beta Sigma Phi POST -

Rubber Midsole, leather Sets Model Meeting The Elks Club'will hold its .' k Your choice of i innerspring or foam rubber. i

Insole, Thick i Foam .. monthly dance. Saturday: ,. '. '. .5.--

Rubber Outside ,v I l The "model meeting" of i night at 8 o'clock in the Elks ; "

Beta Sigma Phi sorority for I hall for members and guests. '
held at. the I :
Guaranteed for ., ,
: r home of Mrs. B. L. MoxleyJr. Recent Birth .

Satisfaction -: FIRST I ., 1310 Searing on April I ;i

22 at 8 pm. I, .Mr. and Mrs.. Charles 'Sawyer ;' : Denmark .F.urnitureo.
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call on the girl she is sponsoring daughter.i Charlene.; on Apr. .
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BHS Science; Jones and daughter and' Mr. weekend as guests of Mr. and ; TT.TTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1NEWS charge. At 6:30: the presidentof p.m. Rev. Vinson !and congre-
: T and llrs. Charles Cribbs were Mrs. Raymond Crosby. Their OF INTEREST TO COLORED the Missionary Society was :I! gation will render morning

j Student Wins I Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs.' son and daughter-in-law, Mr.' in charge of the service. Re- service at St. Johns Baptist

en Thurman: Jones of Lady Lake. ;I; and Mrs. Buddy Weber came'': CITIZENS. p : ; a 41s Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearnsof after them Sunday., :j "-- ments were accepted. Jenkins Sri: pas& .

::, Heart. Award. Tavares, Mr. and Mrs.i,, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner I' By( Elizabeth Givens) Mrs. Sarah Prince gave The Willing Workers Club

..... Rudolph app of Albany, Ga., : of St. Pefersbug were visiting I II I some great remarks. on Chris- I II ''' Mrs. Minnie Smith chairman,
Vickie Devrick, BHS science)! Mr. 'and Mrs. B. J, Eggers I I II Mr..and. Mrs. Raymond Cros- : .AAAAA+IAAAAAAAAAAAAA I A && &&&& &Ak.4&A i I tian living. Weekly meeting asI I'I will sponsor a program which

student, won a $SO citation;) irL I I -and children of Jacksonville. '. by, and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus : May Day Activities I Remember, no child is too j jI follows: Monday' nights Choir will culminate the Baby Con-
from.the Heart. Association at .tfS; w I A3-c Gerald Norman of Kees- .Alvarez last Saturday while. At RUE High School !I young to enjoy reading and j i No. 1 will have rehearsal. test on Sunday, ,Apr. 28 at

\1 the .State\ Science Fair in Tampa _. .\__,. 1" ." }r ler AFB, Miss. and Mrs.. Eli I i!, enroute. to St. Simons Island. I|I The annual May Day pro- ;. no grown-up is too old. So :! Tuesday night Faithful Few 7:30: pm. The public is cordially

for her project' on the heart. ? sf i don Sepp end son -were'Sat- I Ga. to visit relatives. gram, will be held at RJE on visit 'your school 'or public !I Club will meet. Wednesday invited. Mrs M. J.

Vickie. .. was. one of .the five,I I urday dinner guests of Mr. Miss Joyce Ward left Monday -> Friday May 3. Activities will I t library and Read! Read! ]' night, Prayer! Meeting Thursday -:i White reporter.

BHS"winners. at the Regional] I I I and Mrs. T. N. Norman.. j I II 'I for Memphis, Tenn.. to .include May Pole plaiting, I Read! I'I'I night, Choir No. 2 and ;

::1 sVicpce Fairjn Live Oak, who) I I Mrs. Lerqy Lovell enter- '.1 attend a: bowling tournament. ,,: dance exercises relay races I Record Hop I the ladies Circle will meet !

wereselected:, to attend the) 1, tained with a !birthday dinner I, Mrs. Mary Ella Watterson t soft ball games, and others, The American Legion Auxiliary Friday night, Prayer Band I

estate fair. Others were John!) for her husband at the homeof will attend a bowling 'coufer- both'Indoor and outdoor. I is 'sponsoring a record ;:! meeting will be held in the '

Wager, Charles Phipps, Mickey -! her parents },Ir. and Mrs ence in Pensacola this weekend i|
i ... Dansby, and Susan Fogg.ty'iey W. C. Ward, last Sunday.We i and her sister. Miss Joyce Jun. Everyone is in- 'I from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Masonic [ The fourth Sunday is Youth''I Ipar.

were accompanied by'' are happy to know that ,i Ward will meet her' there. and vited. II Hall on Brownlee Road. '!!! Officers ask each inem-I

their instructor, Richard Joe r r .M --.... -----'". --- Mrs. A. B. Whitehead was ;I return home with her. j jI National. Library. Week,.., All hop fans 'are invited. Come !. ber to do his duty.- 1
.H'eT., able to return to her home 1 I ilr. and Mrs. Freddie Wat- ,; foe RJE Librarj':will celebrate I j and enjoy the fun. becca Allen, reporter.

Wager is president of the! Methodist, "Work Detail" t after being confined to Bradford terson were Easter guests of : National.Library Week j Church News Greater Allen Cbapel

'"'Science'Club at BHS. To be-i t!, County. Hospital last Mr.. and Mrs. Don .McMahone iI j Apr. 21.-27 along with librar-I Greater Bethlehem Free I Services start with Sunday

--come a member of this group,!; Members of the Methodist :Men's Club are shown at workon '1 week. I in Daytona Beach.. j ji ies all over the U.s. Theme of Will Baptist. Rev. L. McKay! School Miss Fannie Bell Fra-j

--student is required to write;! a landscaping project, which will Include re-*>odding the I I Mrs. Claude Moore of Tam- i AS-c: Gerald Norman of j i the week" is "Reading, The t pastor. Services began with I zier in charge. Morning Wor- ASK FOR FREE DfcMONSmTION

a 2,000 word essay or give a 10'! diurch grounds and installing an underground watering f4 's- j pa 'was called to the bedside Keesler AFB Miss is spending : Fifth Freedom Enjoy it." f Sunday School at 9:45 ship, 11 am. Choir Union at Power

I minute speech on some acienitif + tem. The men meet at the church for a work session every !; of her'mother, Mrs. Ella Hais-I j i a few. days with his parents -j In order' to encourage our j Mack Lee superintendent. Fel-I 3 p.m. at Allen Chapel. All Command Gravety

/ ic topic. Saturday morning.retarytreasurer j lop, last week.. We are, glad to ; Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor-i children to read more, let's I i lowship Hour was carried out j members and friends are Invited Terry's Saw Shop

Other Science Club officers j know that Mrs. Haislop is man. His address is: A:3-cj i buy them at least one book at 11 ajn. with G. W. Prince to attend. Evening ser-

a : are: Richard Hood, vice president ; and Bonnie:"'l |1 much Better now. Mrs. Moore. Gerald Norman 1471953. CMR-"(1I this week and see that they acting president and Miss vice at 6 pjn. with the pastorin No. 2

.. ; Richard Wainwright, ace-!'Thornton.. "YTTTYY"1 I vis'ied her sister, Mrs. W. C. i No. 1-F, Box 3591, CAM Sq. 1 read it or read it to them. Mary McBride acting as mistress charge. 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd
I : I j Ward one night last week. Keesler Miss He would Reading is pleasure that I of ceremonies. At 3
!1 I i I i AFB a I p.m. New Bethel Baptist, Rev.A. Gainesville Phone: 372-3583
Bayless Hiway Mr. and Mrs. Waverly Weber :i I like' to hear from;his friends! they will long .enjoy if we j the Easter program was carried Vinson pastor. Sunday

I of Jacksonville spent the back home. ";,.';' 1 I teach them. that .fun.. I I out with Mrs. Blye in School, 9:30: am. BTU, 5:30
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ENCEPHALOMYELITIS IS crashing through fences, or medical patients at Bradford I '. Yx.i rr:' ;' -' '.' 'V -f'-tf: 4

A VIRUS. This is what we walking into objects. The an- County Hospital.AR I \ iK .. ..., ..- V. .. I

commonly know as Blind imal becomes greatly depres- 3-c and Mrs. Neal ; .- '. .' .: : .

""""Staggers or sleeping sickness sed and stands in a sleeping Brousseau of Massachusettsare f. '.J-. ). I ..-/'." .f'.'
.. Jn horses. Birds and mosquitoes I,,. position with head down and spending this week with .

seem to be the most pop- I: frequently with front .legs her parents the L. A. Crosb s. I : .. -
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? .ular carriers of the disease. ]: crossed. When the animal is !! Mr. and Mrs. John Spence r... .- :',

Sleeping sickness affects made to move, it will do so I and daughter of Jacksonville 4' ".y.. t. ,
the central nervous system. : in a wobbly or jerking gait. I were weekend guests of her ; '

In horses it is characterized i! Yawning grinding teeth anda parents, the O.: E. 'Cr sbys. t ;' *
I by nervousness, c ire ling, j! drooping of the lower lip j, Other guests of the crosbyswere : : "Anywhere in t the U. S' A, :

I are additional signs of brain Mr.: and Mrs. Neal Brous
RoundtableTo damage. in later stages, when I seau last Saturday night. '
the brain damage is more ex- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby
for dollar
treme, the animal becomes + a
Assist i and baby of Gainesville were : : i;:.::

paralyzed and cannot stand. dinner guests of her mother, 'lvf: ,;.; J.7Y.:: i:.,:};i I
Clean-Up Unfortunately there is no | Mrs. Marie Elixson last Sun- .
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Plans for cooperating with specific treatment for sleep- > day.Mr. ::\ ( less) station to
? ing sickness. While some animals and Mrs. Charles New- ., : ,, or
!* Jaycee-sponsored Clean-up, ,
may survive, the majority mans and children of Gaines-
Paint-up, Beautification drivein of them will retain some ; "it J" ; 'w,....,
V ville attended church services I } .
May were completed at the effect of .brain ..damage... for last Sunday and were dinner .- ... station after 9P.CExcept .
the Civic it
monthly meeting
Hftoundtable last. Friday night. Horses can be protected a- Newman
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It was asked that each I gainst sleeping sickness by i George Alvarez and Jerry ,:'' ;:: Hawaii and Alaska \
member organization set up ; KHr! *- ,
I vaccination. Now is the time ;t Dyal were visiting Mr. and & "M.f
\ a special help. for horse owners to give your I I Mrs. Raiford Alvarez in Jack- '

implement the campaign animals this protection. Vaccinating I sonville Sunday afternoon. .. -. *-> it. i: .
which will be spear-headed at this time i (
of I
year Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faulk- :
by the Jaycees. It was an- i will give the animal plenty I ner and children viisted rela- : : .:. ,:t. V, : .- '

pounced that Dr. D. W. Whif- !: of time to develop a high degree tives in Jacksonville last Sun- I i.x.' -. .;t't ..;.:\. .., rt .
fen and Al Gregory are co- !I of immunity before mosquitoes ; .
chairmen of the Jaycee drive.'I and day.The :'.. ." :' :* **-.
other biting insects ,
young people of the .' : f'.
In discussion of 'beautifi-
a begin to appear in large church with their leaders, .
Ration work, it was announced .
.1: numbers. Contact your local j Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal I i .-,' !,

that.the Chamber of Commerce i; veterinarian, Dr. R. S. MulI \\'ere.'isitlng in behalf of the ..,,.;;.. .. '., .. .. ,."..... j r I
is. ordering planters to i I lins, to do this job for you. i j Young People's Meeting Tues- "" .

be.. mounted on parking meter !: Vaccination must be repeated j i
day night. ," "
posts vals in that the were business left at district.inter- : every year.PLANT Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawfordof -,- p' t LxY/! :. \ Hard to believe, isn't it? What with nearly everything else costing (< >. ;; Y.

summer Jacksonville were Sunday

The do Garden the small Club planting is planningto on ,! grazing fields and If fences you so have that your It Crosby.guests of Mr. and Mrs. C, C. J:: : more, and more- Long Distance rates are corriing down. Now you :" .t .A' I

=.:S- 301 South and. the Wom- i is practical to plant some Cattail Sunday guests of Mr. and
_"I1'S Club through its Beauti- Millet it ,will pay off. The Mrs. L- A. Crosby were all of .1 x'r;:;: : ; can just pick up your phone after 9 P.M., station-to-station anywhere I
eatlon Committee, will have
most popular variety is Starr.
;;: Sarge of planting the centerrtrlps i Another very popular variety' ,Jimmy their children.Crosby Mr.and and son Mrs.ofStarke .' .i '., in the .U.S.: (except Hawaii or Alaska) and talk to anyone '
301 South. !! .
on '
is Gahi. It is more
usually ; Mr. and Mrs. Lavon :.- .
:. JAey Conway local South- practical to plant millet: inj i Crbsby and children; Mr. : ; for three minutes' ..for a dollar or less.
"**stern Greyhound Bus aent '
rows rather than .
broadcast i f I and Mrs. Charles Crosby and '. r
:I met with the group for By this method '''eontr >
you can baby of Starke; :Mr. and Mrs. 'I
..discussion oriinpro.vwjconJJgltions : !j ol weeds and add additional. ;; Leo Richardson and;h1k1ren E Here about these
t : are answers to some questions new
at the, Uus i station in fertilizer ; you may
during the, growing j '
Fairbanks .
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..6iarke. Mr.. J nvfayv pointed 1 Um Millet is a grass and II I I I Broa dwell ."and baby of Jacksonville ,
'fit that he was now clean- should be fertilized with 300 'j Mr- and Mrs. Neal 1 >r rates So .read what "After 9" rates mean to you-then call someone "
;:LIt and painting the station. '' to 400 !'I ,
pounds of 10-10-10 at Brousseau of Massachusetts, I 'r ,, ->
Jjjrnd wouldbf ..glad too work 1 planting, and then can be;i I i i and Miss Sue Crosby. They : tonight! .. ..
,?Kith the group toward improvement given additional fertilizer .
I I i! an afternoon get- "

of waiting room during the season.STRAWBERRY. .. ;I|! together.enjoyed .' t t .. ., ;.....>. .> ._. ,- .-..... ,." ., ,. .'t'' ..... '"i
Hostilities here; "it was anftOunced REPORTS:i Mr. and Mrs Edward, Nor: Q. Do all Long Distance calls. cost. $l1 '" ;- i .:' r-4--* *Q; What about Sundays and Holidays? .
that* a representa- have come; from a few growers f.' : : If t. t-& <
JJJpie: of Southeastern Grey- having trouble with too many man, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A. No. Rates are' estabbshed.'accordlng.: to distanceRatevreductions r A. Calls' may be made at the reduced'rates from 9 P.M.

.fcound. will meet with the plants dying. This has been a I affect: interstate distance oyer 220 mil s.,:The.; t. ; seven days a week.

: undtable in May. :very unusual growing W as'], iW; t J new rates range from 60c for a distance of 221 miles ;-up' ."; ;,t.

..I' R. H. McIntire, secretary- from the time plants were set. to $1 for a call coasMo-coast. y., S. Q. Are.all Long Distance calls reduced? i r, .
JjRJianager of the S ar e-Brad- With the use of plastic mulching l.. ; t. '*

prd County Chamber pf Com-1. adverse or 'ex eme -r. t 'A. \o. Reductions apply only to station-to-station calls"

roerce' present copies>> and weather conditions effecting : WANTED I Q. How, long can you talk for $1 or less? ,"'/;,.,.*f.t : mada between 9 P.M.: and 4:30 A3I. ',

!%discussed:!'' community moisture will cause fertilizer : :
A. The basic is .
Bandit which the. chamber has i rate for the initial three-minute period ; t
quicker than t
:dad printed. to give Certified straw mulching. i ; on all out-of-state calls. Of course, you may talk as long ;;," a Q. What about calls between points in my own stateJ-

-4" formation, concerning the This is the first time we as you wish! ; with the additional minutes being charged '. .'Y. *i" A. The maximum charge for any "After 9" three-inute'
J35Smmunity, vhlch.1'wQujld be of hare had some damage like at a fraction of the Initial 3.mlnute rate. f '
i station-to-station call made within Florida is 63c.: t..
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interest anyone wishing to this and it does not justify F. '"

2&! ate an industry or': other any thought of not use plastic 'I > 'l ; '
business here, Min Mclntire mulching. We still believe that Q. Is there, any tax on these rates : -7''lt 1 t. f Q:. How do 'I dial my own Long Distance calls?

!e"&TSO torts told of-.6f the' the. chamber continuing to if you are going ,to growstrawberries ,I A. Yes, the so-called "10ft 'luxury tax \-still appliesfon .s j-v A. First dial "O"-then gire operator area' code and <
must'useplastic '
bring new.indu.stl'J Into'. the mulching., 'you i, I 't. all Long. Distance> calls. t '. .ii- ;: .,. ... '.' number desired. It 't, ;'. .

community, This Friday we will have I'I ,, r ; ,-, i.' I
Mrs. Rub Johns, Dr. D. W. Dr,. R. S: Mullin: our plant I

Whiften. ''find. .Rey. John R. pathologist,, and Dr. Jim Ne- I I !
Brabham.were appointed as Smith our soils specialist, to + I -4 I
judges for tb6 Bradford County help u! determine j just the'! STARKE '
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slogan cqn\est which dosed conditions causing this plant !II /t: .

at midnight Monday. it damage. I I Men ready to serve their country .. ,

was announced that the con- Just one more thought about and their community. Inquire as 'j !! : .

test had creatfd great interest, strawberries. Don't be mis-i I.I to specialties available at"your tij.." \ ,

and a large number of entries led in selecting a variety toI,I local National Guard armory.. -" > .. .. .- .
had been received. set next season. The Albritton '. : ..
Bufprd Mitchell. Roundtable variety that was judged first JOIN THE HOME TEAM "
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president urged all .members place in our little show is '-.: ..,. >1 :. .

,to attend the public hearingat not a commercial variety for YOUR NAU NAl6UARD' .. : . .. ? .. 'j. .
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the courthouse on May 7, us to plant. This show was J >.'... tc/ilt/ I .'''J'C.:
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at which time the proposednew judged strictly on how they II' .:1 ; .< \ ""
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courthouse project will be looked at show time. No characteristics This Message Sponsored bj '- !. t .'.. ,-' '7.*" '>>,> j ;: : ; ... '..i '. '
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such as. yield quality A. J. THOMAS, ReaKoi( ?- '.'. I : -;.f..- ,,< . ,. I
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are and shipping ,
were con- Temple Ave.-Star< ,.-H"-- "'. : .. .. !
.$end. 'thV, neat: Roundtable Eidered. Until we know that ,"f. !. > I I

tnefting-at 7 p.m.-Friday, May we haw something better .\\205,1\ .- -- ---..-. -........->.. n 1"1" ." (I' IF ,. ".'.U1H 'fJ lY .I!

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Over GHS, PKYDiamond I Win 24 Points, Sixth Place -+' _ [DCT Student I !SEVENTH DAY I i BETHEL BAPTIST CHtCU'-

I ADVENTIST CIlUECnj Sunday School 10 a. m.;
I [Campaigns For
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BHS Score At Fletclier '.State President !' Morning Worship 11 till m.Eveiuii .
!Squad : Thinclads t 1! 964-1324 ; Worship 7:00
9:30: a. m. Morning Worship. ,
j Tom, Moore, Bradford High}' ', Piayer meeting Wednesday
) : A nine man unit of Brad- : Beach last Saturday April form, and Freeman' Register .School DCT student is campaigning -: 11 a. m. Located oetween Wi!- 7-30 pmRtv.. R. T. Wil

ford High thlnclads took sixth who won the 220-yard 'dash for State President' son Road and GriffU Loop. liams.That's '

I Wins Two GamesBradford place by scoring 24 points in 13.The 24,points included two in. 22.5 seconds.. The speedy .of the group, with, the election i i i,

i the annual FleUher Invitational first places and a second : dash star bad a time of 23.1 :Ito be held during the State,

: held at Jazsr1U place 4:36.S mile run by junior .. in the preliminaries. how- I Convention of DCT Clubs in> G L A S Our Business !

High. baseballers Hal Lawson who broke ,! ever. Register also took second : |Miami April 25-27. At present.: U "If It's Glass We Have Itr I
his own BHS' record of 4:41.5: place in the 100-yard ThA WRITE VISIT '
recorded their fifth and sixth ( j he is serving as president of; 1 CALL or
by more than five seconds. j j.: dash with a time of 10.2 in ... .. .A .- : '
District II.Attending
I win$ against four losses this ._, FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSIIEA'S
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( ; "He'll get it down to 4:31 both the preliminaries 1
week as, they downed Gainesville Seniors Enlist the meeting in addition '
or 4:32 this year or maybe the finals. ,
High 5-3 Friday and to Moore will be thefolloWi.1g
I lower," Coach David Hurse. Junior Tom ,Gardner, the i Iii Army Pilot
then topped P. K. Yonge 3-1 delegates from BHS:
of his distance run Tornado strongman won seeI -t NOT INC.
says. ( )
Tuesday. ;Tom Titus, Leslie Jackson,1Charlie
I ner. "He has the ability to|I I ond place in the shot put ,Training! ProgramPictured IJiJ,3 Joe Peters Glass Ci*"
Hurler Bill Jackson was Wilkerson, Anita Mott,' "Formerly
win against the best boys in| with a toss of 49 feet 7 niches [
credited Vith both wins as with M-Sgt.- Buck Clairnell Cooper, Lois Kauf-: v&U$: We Design Modern Store Fronts
the state." and fourth in_ the discus with j
the Toma'does came back to counselor with mann, and Daniel Alvarez.
I Weaver, career Just Mail Us A Pattern For
At, present there are only a throw of 134 feet 6 inches. 1; I
beat two of, the teams which 4 47; the Jacksonville Recruiting Table
; two Class A times in the mile i, BHS trackmen will travel to Tops
had previously beaten them. I: II' Army Main Station are Rich-, 1313 N. "'. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353
-a time of 4:20.6 by Lagatie jI Jacksonville again this Friday ;
Gainesville High's Mike e. I i I ard Miller and :Mathew Gnfiis Rites SaturdayFor ,
I ol: Christopher Columbus High April 19 to the Ribault ; I
Gornto threw a no-hitter at : both of Starke.
I School in Miami and a 4:31.5 Invitational that night. Th? : Maj. RhodesMaj. i "
the locals in the season'sopener I Members ot the senior classat
; ,at, Bradford Field. In Senior Gary Kouba slides home in a. cloud of dust with the I'I by Williams 'of Dunedin. results ni, j junior high school Bradford High School, the i iI
The two first places were Ralph Eugene Rhodes, \
their Friday win over GHS Tornadoes' third and final run In Tuesday 3-1 victory onr1 1! track meet held Wednesday two young men recently Underwent '
seniors Lynwood Walters who 40, of Biloxi, Miss. died Thurs
the Tornadoes left 17 men on P. K. Yonge for their sixth win of the season against four' took the pole vault at 11 feet I afternoon were also not available mental and physical'

I the bases but managed to losses. : inches, way below his best at press' time. i testing to qualify for the Army day, April 11, in the hospitalat rlllJIi i
.I squeeze across enough runs to ':: \ < ,i Pilot Training Program. i Keesler Air Force Base as

win.They 'I i. Fred Wheeler walked and contest, one a triple by Wheeler .''& 'i 1Jz After 'graduating from BHS the result of a sudden illness.
started things off in i.i shortstop Donald Falcon followed -! in the first inning. Wheeler Kouba BatSets in June they will leave for' Maj. Rhodes was born Aug.

the first inning Friday scoring -:|: with a fielder's choice got the long hit with two their Army Basic then on toPiim'ary ,' 5, 1962, in Tallahassee, and

two runs on walks to :,: to second base. Wheeler was out and then died on third r- Training, and finally '; had been a pilot in the Air /or Summer comfort

I Jackson and Mike Waters. :i out on the double play try;f base when Falcon fanned to Hot to actual pilot training. Force for 19 years. He was .

the first two men up, and a''[I but Falcon crashed into the end the inning. During the 42-weeks course l'I the son of the late Ralph and ,

W'f single by Ken Terrell. I i P.K. first baseman and Staring !-i i Jackson relieved Mark Hamilton .478 Pace -..,,.., ;Et. they will receive training Kathleen: Alvarez Rhodes, and ; AIR CONDITIONING

Two more tallies came in :, scored all the way from with one out in the ,. ,. ', either in, helicopter or fixed was a member of the Episco- .
the third on a walk to Ter- ,; becond as the Blue Wave first second and pitched three-hit 4 : i wing aircraft. Upon gradua- pal. Church. 'e!! Engineered to fit Your Needs
rell and consecutive singlesby I sacker lay on the ground. I ,ball for the remaining 5 2-3 :; Senior Gary Kouba "has tion they will become War ,' Surviving are his widow.
I ., .
catcher Marty Starling The Tornadoes then wenton innings. Hamilton started and 1 i been carrying the team as far 4; rant Officers in the U. S. Roselyn} Seckinger Rhodes

and first baseman Gary Kou- I to add a run in both the 1! worked the first frame but as batting is concerned' Army. : and two sons, Stevie and ]
Vhce\ House Comfort" 1
ba. Kouba had two hits Friday !-I fifth and sixth frames to put 'was forced to retire because 1 Coach Charles Lyle said of Miller- and Griffis are the,;,' Rockey, both of Biloxi; one i iBROWN'S

and is currently the lead- : the game on ice. In the bottom of wildness. the bespectaled infielder whois first. applicants from Starke; brother, Joe Monteith, Thom-

ing Tornado batter hitting a of the fifth Gary Cole Th Tornadoes will play hitting a torrid .478 with 11 under .this new, program. The i j, asville, Ga.; a sister, Mrs. G.

torrid .478 with 11 hits in 23 led off with a single, stole Santa Fe away at 3:45: p. m. hits in 23 times at bat announcement of their enlistment I;I J. McGriff Jr., Starke; and REFRIGERATION I i

times at bat. second, and went to third on : Friday, April 19, and then through the Tornadoes first was made by Sgt. 1-c ;! his step-father. D. A. Mon- .
The Tornadoes added an Insurance Jackson's grounder to second take Live Oak Rueben Longwith Jr.. Ar- Lauderdale.
on here at 3:30 ;, 10 games. r V., teith of Fort 226 S. Walnut Street **
run in the seventh base. He then scored on a | p.m. next Tuesday April 23. 1 "He's [IKoubal also been _ 'my, recruiter who processes Funeral services were held -

when Jackson was admittedto single by center fielder Ken in the final two games be- doing a fabulous job at first _________ i44' .' Bradford County applicantsfor at 2:30: ',.m. Saturday in the Phone 969-1121 : I

base on a fielder's choice. Terrell. It was the only time, fore the Keystone Conference base against;' .,K. .Yonge and .i. ;various Army programs. ; DeWitt C. Jones 'Chapel with -

Hfe was driven home by Kou- however., that the Tornadoes ; Tournament. i i Gainesville High," Coach Lyle Idr; p'.' I!Miller is the son of Mr. and i Rev. Raymond MacBlain and I Ii

ba's second hit. could muster two hits in one .i I said of the hard hitting senior _ : Mrs. S. 'M., Miller of Route 1, j Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating. PUBLIC ENEMY H
Jackson pitched three hit inning. I i who batteda I low .117 Starke. He has been a member -i I Burial was in the family plot

ball at the Huricanes. fanned I The hard hitting Kouba ; i last year as a varsity letter- of the Science Club for I in Crosby Lake Cemetery under "
four and walked four. Starke brought home the locals! final I man. four years,Library Club presi- direction of DeWitt C.i NUMBERITWO

had five hits with Kouba's : tally in the sixth when he i The difference, according} to d_ dent, president of the Fresh- Jones Funeral Home with military !-

two and singles by Starling. i walked stole second and went i Kouba. is that he didn't wear I man Class and president of rites at the graveside. !i '
Terrell, and Wheeler.P. With the exception of Termits, Household Pests the,most
1 to third on the same play his glassses last year when I the Spanish Club. > Active pallbearers were !i. are
K. Yonre when the ball got away from batting. He also sal he is following ;,1L; .' Griffis is the son of Mr, members of the U. S. Air destructive all pests. They annually cost Bradford County'

It took Coach Charles Lyle's I the P.K. second baseman. ,I the toll better and has and Mrs. Albert Griffis of 344 Force from Keesler AFB. Homeowners thousands" of dollars. ,' .

charges a little longer to get Kouba scored when left fielder ,i 'had batting pointers from N. Water St. He has been ac- Many are Known disease carriers. Many are suspects of 4 I

rolling against the Blue Wave I Wheeler walked and Coach ii ii i \\Carotttt Lyle. I- I tive in, the DOT Club Span- : carrying some of our more mysterious diseases now under re f

Tuesday on Bradford Field in Lyle sent him right on to i i Kouba was the team's regular -I ish Club Science Club Pep Legislation search. (

, I fact they had to overcome a second not even stoppinghim !, third baseman last year Lyle says.; Club and FTA.SgL ...&, i
1-0 P. K. lead in the fourth at first. Wheeler was I and started off there this The.coac. also praised sen- Longwith. says that both Notice Listed --ft' \t

to win. thrown out on the play but The Easter Egg Hunt last year but was switched to first ior Ken Terrell for his playin young men have done well so :'\'( / \) --: !

They tied the score in the Kouba raced home and slid : Saturday was a big success. last week when Ken Terrell center field and freshman far on their two days of endless for City Charter ... p.I !

I fourth, however, ,as catcher in under a cloud of dust with ; Shirley Johns was in charge was moved to center field to Donald Falcon for his job at testing. ,, I i.

Marty Starling led off witha I I his team's third run of the 1: of all arrangements, and, as get more experience and a shortstop. i Other. young men interested I I
single and stole second. i. ; in various Army programs are Notice of a special act a- .: ,
; day.Starke always, did a very apt job. i i stronger arm in the outfield.
Then with one out left fielder had six hits in the i: Those winning prize eggs Freshman Dwight Elder, has i FIRS.'CBRlST1ANI i advised to contact him at the mending the Charter of the / ':1 /-- -4't-1'- I I
i local draft board the second i i City of Starke is carried in YJ/p
were Glenda Epps, TeresaWood been switched from center' to CHURCH: on :
and David Mclntire.: third base. I I 1 and fourth Tuesdays of this issue of The Telegraph. /'Y III
Bob L. &dett. Minister i The change would <
each month.iJaycees | proposed
Soft drinks and cookies were : Coach Lyle has had noth- I j ,
I I Suuda.7: School. 9:45: a m. require that a candidate for tI\ "t1 ,
CITY FISHAND served after the eggs were ing but praise for .Koub 's ,
I Church, Worship 10:45: a. m. city office receive a majorityof i
; found. Everyone had ,
good Set
a ,
play at the first base spot: Rho [ ::#
5:30 cast before
time. i I Chi p. m. Choir all votes being

,: Fourteen ladies were out for!I "He comes through for us practice, 6:30 p.m. CYF. 7 p Young Boy's I declared elected. \ \

J the lesson last Thursday. Due in the clutch in both his m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.NoegePs Baseball League I At present, the high man in C 0 ;
I p tl.
is declared the i
fielding and hitting; Coach PI Wedl.P.Fd group ,
Meat Market ItId i to the other Easter events I
winner. If the proposed ,
: 'I
) Ii, there were only a few who I Motor Parts Hikes Six teams will participate in ,... ..... ....
: becomes effective,
stayed out to play. Next week j Defeats : in the Starke Jaycees' Dixie :change i m 4ft ", ... :"'f"' .. -
: will end the free instruction.. I' j i races where there are more I
Lead In
League Town with
Finance Youth Baseball II
ERNEST and \ QUALITY If you haven't been out thus *, :, the first program scheduled for ,1 than. two. candidates, the high I To save costly damage, to protect the health of your fqnniy,
j ON !Com. Bowling In Mixed games ; man 'must receive more votes : subscribe now to regular' pest control service at
BowlingNoegers a mat
OPAL ALLEN, far, try to come as it will be : this Saturday afternoon at than the combined total of nominal fee.
Owners \ most beneficial to you. If you I Street diamond, : 1 I
the Pratt according -
Operators : Starke Motor Parts increas- I those cast for all others in his
301 Restaurant defeated ,:
i can, stay for the weekly event to Jimmy Rowe, league -
& GroceriesERYERS.Lb 1 their lead in the Men's Com- in order to be elected.
--- ---- Meat led Town 'Finance four group I
which is always a lot of fun.
jmercial Bowling League to 5* i games to take over third I Besides president.Rowe, other league I If he does not receive this HE'! .

-,I points by taking 3i points place in Wednesday Night majority in the first primary
officers are Bob Williams, t I II
!from Starke Utilities Mixed League bowling this' it will require a run-off, as '
C vice president; and Frank I
I' With only three weeks of week. Charles Schaefer ledNoegel's is now the case in state and I)
Owsley, secretary-treasurer. For Information DIAL 964-3965
county elections. I
Competition remaining it is with a three game :
( The first game will be play-j .
that the championship series of 481, while Latry I
j possible league between
ed at 1 p.m. Saturday Of
SPARE RIBS Lb. WITHLife could be decided next, Noegel 472. paced the losers with I. Coca-Cola and Starke !
I SMOKED week. : Builders Supply, followed by;
Coca-Cola also took four ,
Second Tom's Shell
place | Florida Pest Control vs. Rar-
(managed an even split in their games from B & G Truck ford, and Jerome Johns Oil I I II I IIv
!, Stop, with Army Armstrong '
| match with Connor Real EsI Co. vs. Lawtey. The Raiford ;
: 490 series for the ,
bowling a '
FRESH I tate and third place Noegel : team is sponsored bY' the
winners. Bob Drake the
I Auto Sates split even with the State Farm Employees Club. '
i Community State Bank Whithl losers with a 420. I I Starting game
Draw Tite led BobFirth's
{rolled a season high !j will be scheduled each day at .
427 series, took 2& ..
[2,351. : i 5:15 p.m. An all-star team
[games from. City Police, with
Terwillegar Motors had al t! will be selected in June to play

BACON Lb. \'bad night, dropping a of 4 to I|i!I Rudolph high 539 series Hutcheson for the rolling losers. j in the tournament.Team -4.,,, '. -,$. : t0 ; -. T -

'the last place Food Fair team.!E. Hutcheson also had the high managers are as fallows ', : 'J--' -. ,
BY TilE PIECEBREAD I Gem Jewelry rolled a season!!'' : Coca-Cola, Leonard Var- : : ; .
,. : 4 -
|high game of 790 to get onel'I' 'Winkler Electric and Gard- nes: Starke Builders. Harold -/ I !,' -
but lost the other three,I Davis and Ray Griffis; Pest ; (-
point ,
ner's Gulf split 2 and 2. FrankJarvia -, .
2 points to Russ Draw-Tite'a( Control Byron Newcomb and -
i led Gardner with a 466
2h IT'SA I team which won only three Randal Davis; Raiford Bob
13oz. u I' series, while Julia Wells paced -
LOAVES I ]points in the last six weeks,i i Winkler with a 499. Williams; Johns Oil Co., Jim- ; .. $.
Rowe and Al Gregory;
finally broke loose and took I Standings Won Lost my '

31: points from the Starke""Pollce .-...---.. 23 12! i and Lawtey, Ed MacGee. ,
The public is cordially Invited -
I Telephone Company.' B&G . . 22 14 b S'
U cREATrLIFE Gerald Williams rolled a sea-I! Noegel 301 21 15 i.i I to attend .all games. : ; :: -
,. son high of 507) for the phone: Town Finance .'-'- 11 19 I Co. Library i -' 111TIFJiEN .
[company. I Gardner . ._ 16 20 EIN $ 4i
StandingsMtr. ''Coca-Cola ...... i6 20 Sets Open House

ROAST STEAK .. Parts 60H 234'I Winkler . . 14 22 During Nat'l. Week
Draw The . :
Tom's Shell 55 29 .13 22 zI' i : i

,Noegel's Auto, 51 33 'I An Open House will be held

LB:49c LB. 49c 'O'Connor R. E. 48 36 I'' fIRST PRESBYTERIAN i! in. observance of National Library -

I iTerw. Mtr. 47 37 CHURCH, Week, April 21-27 at the ,
Comm. Bank 42. 42 H. Walton Grady. Minister ;j Bradford County Library next: .. ,;; ;i

,St'ke Util. 58Sz! 45&I i Week of April '21-27: '""M-sdav.! April 23 from 2:30- "I

@ I Gem 'Jew'ly 38 46DrawTit 1 i Sunday- Sunday School,, 3:30: :.jua. ;

DAISY CHEESE LB.49c Plan a secure life \ 84% 49 H'Tel. 9:45: ajn. Morning JVor h1p.J rteire&nments will be served

for your kids and wife. '! Co. '34% 49H((11 a.m.,Junior Choir practice during the hour and the pub-

':'Russ' ,31 53 and Youth Fellowship, $. pjn. lic is "cordially Invited to visit Leaveshdrslnglngckcn..4andngwithcolcrliigiilightsz! .

GRADES Ask your Gulf Liferepresentative !Food Fair 25' 59 Evening Worship. 7:30: p.m. the library during the hour ,Not a tifit.Maot rin*& a rich ihampoo with.color hiffhtfgnta '

U. S. GOVT. how j I' MondayStudy for Church ;.Mrs.,Bess Burns, head librarIan ,Cclor-Tooe Shampoo accents your' ,own hair,color as it '.' -:"

Adapt-A-PUn adds to I MAYOR'S COURTMayor ,! Workers 7 p.m. announced this week. CeZIthOIgII17I 1 -,,' t

ROUND :' TuesdayVacation Church Church 7:30: pm. ..j1o OK SALS: wrw COUHUOZP SHAMPOO. -non-strip" -

SIRLOIN 'STEAK LH. l9c .your family security. : Randal Chitty presided -- Institute. Highlands Presbyterian WednesdayFamily Night, shaxopoo! for aH coJ r-treated: hair. .. .'J 1

T-BONE over 'a light session in Church Gainesville 6:30 pjn. ANt ,KKV8HAMPOO for positive iandrofreootit/Eef. 2.75
Stafke :Mayors Court Tuesday| 8:3Ct a. m. Executive Board Thursday Senior Choir NOW 1.50 I No MAroetic taL .
I night with a docket of only meeting 7 pjn. Women of the practice, 7:30 p.nv C&OMS tt '
GUlfLife ihsfiHjoo made for your own hair Aadsf ..
l eight cases. :Elon&.Too. '
: : Eed-Heid Bnaette-Tone: Brown-Glow'-
Two persons: each were cited i .
We Close Monday-Open 6 a. m.-)0 p. m. tor disorderly conduct by AMBULANCE SERVICE S fer-Tcme. ".

fighting disorderly! conduct PHONE 964.2600
by, disturbing. ,the peace,' and f- .. '. 1. We Give ,5 & H. Green StompsMITCHELL'S
failure to have a vehicle under : DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home .

control and causing 'an s, "' tl.' '
INSURANCECOMPANY accident ; DeWitt C. Jones Registered> Funeral DirectorStarke 5TORE:

WE STOCK A COMPUTE UN lJF'tROCFRIU [1 ] Single: offenses included Fk. .. DRUG :

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED disorderly: conduct by use. of.' SERVICESHospital _,
profane and indecent tang '
607 Brownlee Phone 969.1095 Beds. Wheel Chairs, Cratches PHONE 969-1431 E. CALL ,ST.r .:
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uage and failure to. yield the ,; :. >t
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,,1 Air Set 'Diamond Head' carries on a glowing, heart- Carl Lavon Crosby. Such work
) Pace I Drop warming romance with a love- being: required to promote the
public welfare and health of
I IU To Screen At
L ly Chinese girl.BOATDRAIN. the City of Starke; and a reasonable -
By Special sum of 75c per front

Day Observance I II Forces Fla. TheatreThe BAPTIST foot construction.has been estimated for said

SundayDetachment CHURCH %. The materials to be used
< c' lush lovely island of manhole
are brick. cement
( Hawaii before been Sunday School. 10 a.m. and ,
I has never castings, clay pipe ij'Ugh;
.[,Continued. From Page One One. Co. A, i dramatized so spectacularlyas Morning Worship. 11 a.m. lumber.

ented young priest, Bishop :I H with headquarters in Jack- picture release in color Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m. foot upon the property benefit-

Jphn; Moore of St. Augustine I*: sonville, will make an airdropon which stars Charlton Heston.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday. ted or the property. abutting saidimprovements.
relieved him of his duties as ,1 the Keystone Airport Yvette Mimieux, George Cha- 7:30 p. m. 4. That a public hearing be

Cathedral pastor in 1888 and ip: tWW' ) 31 i' "- Y' 10 a.m. and* 12 noon kiris, France Nuyen and: James I set for the 25 day- of April A.
8:00 o'clock P SI
is invitedto D. 1963 at
i Sunday. The public
allowed him to continue his ; : : : Darren opening at the THE RIGHT POINT for the at the City Hall Building in

studies abroad. k4I attend. Florida Theatre Sunday Mon- way you write. Come in and the City of Starke, Florida, at

.--;' The airdrop is the first activity day and Tuesday, April 21, 22, which time any and all objections -
After select
graduate work In1 your f-vorite ESTER- may be made to said im
I Iaris. since the unit was reorganized and 23.Aline.
} France; Louvain, Belgium i and is a farewell MacMahon and Eliza- RROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- provements.5. That the aforesaid Notice

; and Leipzig Germany, 'j in airbourne unit GRAPh of Public Hearing shall be published -
gesture, beth Allen co-star in the film once, prior to the date of

rather Pace returned to this style. to past Commander of shot near and on top of Ha- hearing in the Bradford Coun

Li country a Doctor of Philosophy % t the Special Forces, Col. HenryJ. wail's greatest landmark Dia- MITICK IIE."nl OP \ G PUBLIC ty 6.Telegraph.That a certified copy of

4 and began a distin- Wolfs of Jacksonville.Col. mond Head, the famed volcano -I A call tor a Public Hearing, the Resolution be spread upon

. Wolfs was instrumentalin which is some 15,000 in compliance with a Resolution the minutes of this meeting-
guished career in education, \ ; .. Forces Re- old.Hawaii. of the City of Starke as follows Dated this April 16, 1963.
-- - "- '-- '-- -" -- - -- forming Special years RUBY JOHNS,

lasting from 1891 to his death Kindergarten Presents OperettaA serve units for Florida in itself is a vital ingredient : RESOLTTIOV! Chairman, City Council

ia-ifl38. As a member of the 1959, and the 13th has 'engaged in the entertainmentand T> it resolved by the City ATTEST:
Pouncil of the :MERRILL, EDWARDS,
Oitv of Starke
origjnal faculty of Catholic colorful operetta "Goldi- I Pictured here are the Child-I Williams, Briar Patray, Suz- 3rd row- Jean Ann Whif- in many notable activitiesin excitement of "Diamond Florida ai follows: City Cl rk.
I since that time. Head." Its history its people, 1. That ; Said i Hearing called for
this ,
I area pursuant to the ('it '
University. :' he became a pion- locks and the Three Bears," ren who participated anne Gassett, Alma Jean fen, Marty Irby, Ji m m y Charter. !Section': :3fi of said THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 1963.

eer in the American field of was presented in the BHS auditorium fairy story set to music: I Johnson, Barry Andrews. Brownlee. Tommy Reddish, I The Airforce Reserve Troop its problems loom large in "barter laws:: said fitv Council AT 8:00 o'clock P.M., to be heldin

psychology and philosophy. 1st row [Il-r -Elaine Rod- : 2nd row Stella Hazen. Glenn Mullins, Jimmy Brab- Carrier Unit from Homestead' this giant screen story of a I, finfl! that it is nwessarv to the City HaIL in support -
interested person
Friday night March irnnrove and' construct Any
': H "of flees included Dean of ermond Shuri Williams, Clar-! Randy Chitty, Ann Thomas, ham. Chuck Hutcheson.In Airforce Base will fly the mis- ruthless empirebuilder who. sYstem! pommeneine at a sewer the for or opposed to the said

29. by :Mama Priest's Kinder- ice Evans, Anita Green, Tia Debbie Edwards, Terri Smith, tall hat at top center is Vortheast: Corner of a ('f'mpnlhrlilp Improvements, may file a mem- \
sion, and detachment units while disclaiming racial discrimination with the City Clerk
School of Philosophy Director atIn existing manhole orandum
Vicki Williams and Susan
... garten. Thornton, Faulkner. Bobby Linn.'Cars above stated time
of Studies, General from Orlando, Tampa, St. challenges his defiant wMl'h I It located lust North- before the in person at
wP't! of Pradford Countv ITos- or may appear

Secretary', and finally Vice flow through the shop. Petersburg, Fort Myers, Miami younger sister's romance nital 1 on the North side of !State': said Public Hearing.
Rector> Panel Reveals I ISundayVreck Crash TiKhwav No !30.() and continuing CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDABy
of the Catholic University !- The report said there is no. Ft. Lauderdale, West with a full-blooded Hawaiian along !State': highway: No. : Merrill Edwards,

of America. He was apparent training of bus drivers -I Injures TwoTwo Palm Beach, Lakeland, and boy. Unconscious of his own 210= to Hecppnt RMd and then City Clerk
largely continuing down Bessent Roadto It
responsible for the

Catholic Encyclopedia, and 'Weaknesses'I stated, although that drivers"Supt. are Morgan instructed At 301 DetourTwo Jacksonville WiU take part. hyprocrisy he simultaneously I corner of property owner by t

WaCc persons were injured !
-under of Trinity Col- in
lege, Holy Cross College, and From Page 1] ments prior to driving buses." slightly when a car skidded
the: past a stop sign on the Gra- cars crashed head-on
I Catholic Sisters College in I
In spite of the lack of evident -
Washington. sales from a wide trade area, ham Road [tSR-2271 at u.s. when one failed to make aright

Honored: by Popes, and numerous but would not give sufficientaid drivers"retraining have or a retesting"the good ac-. 301 and crashed into their j turn at a detour on U. ij.

institutions of learn- to small counties, such as vehicle about 2:15: p.m. Sun- S. 301 south of Starke last
cident-free record, the
mgt) friended by Presidents, Bradford. said. i day, April 14, according to Saturday, April 13, at approx- .

Father Pace's long list of distinguished Sweeping changes were recommended I FHP Trooper L. N. Fowler. imately 8 p.m., according to
Recommendations in the I 20 Words or less, one time .95 Memorials, Resolutions ___ So per word
i students includes by the panel for The injured were Robert the Bradford County Sheriff's
maintenance transportation field includedthe i Mascaro, 10, and Mary G. Department. If not paid in advance __ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words __ 2-fi*
some of the foremost scholars, operation of the bus I
promisors, and bishops of the shop, which the sur- purchase of three additional Smith, 57, both of Glen Gard- According to Deputy Sheriff Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words _______. -._._ ,. 5c per wort
buses in the
country.; vey found "cluttered," ill- 66-pas- ner, N. J. They were passen- Robert Green a 1958 Chevrolet Each additional word over 20 _ 05 Display ads in Classified __ 1.50 per W.
class to relieve
senger present
I Amemorial card and booklet heated, inadequate as to size overcrowding.Other gers in a car driven by Mrs. driven by Sampson White,

? commemorating his life is and storage facilities and with highlights of the pan- Mary H. Mascaro of Glen a Starke Negro, was headed I INSURANCEAT FOR SALE Zinnia, Mart-I' I FOR RENT- Nicely furnished -

now being printed by the "disgraceful" sanitary facilit el reports: Gardner. Both were treated at south and was making a right REDUCED RATES golds Salvia, double, ruffled one and two bedroom a-
Bradford ies. Bradford County Hospital and turn at a detour barricade. AUTO FIRE BOAT and I .
County Telegraphand The frame building [old plain petunias a Iso partments. Also 2 bedroom
will be ready for distribution The survey found mechanics Heilbronn school house] now released. Another car, a 1955 Pontiac INSURANCE AGENCY I Tomato plants, Mrs. V. R-l I FIII house available May 1. All

during the memorial adequately experienced in in use at Starke Elementaryis The Mascaro car was headed being driven by Clifford Red- Phone 961-4501 Ferguson. phone 964-5571, 2i!i ,I modern and convenient. Ren-

observance here.Akridge. repair and maintenance of I north on u.S. 301 when a ding Wilson of Gainesville was tfchg miles from Starke on Highway I;, ner Apts. across from BH.S.
major hazard and should
car driven by Doris Lucille headed north and failed to 16 north. tfchg i auditorium. Call 964-5744.
equipment, but hit the lack either be removed, or recom- Read The Classifieds!
Kite :Martin, 321 Clarke St., turn the detour tfchg
of supervision and absence of mendations of Fire Chief; right as sign Insurance Problems? H. W. Grady I II ,
Starke, went through the stop indicated. Green said, and the I' IF YOUR NAME IS FOR RENT-Nicely furnished
Taxi established guide lines for strictly adhered to. i Call The Man From FOR SALE: 1962 Buick Sky-
purchasing repair parts and sign at approximately 50 mps pair collided. "TRAVELERS"George' lark convertible. Like new. See FOUND AMONG THE 2 bedroom house. 612 Lake St. ,
Use of the USO
Dependable Service equipment. I across U.S. 301 from building school, and skidded into it, Trooper White's car headed south E. LaRue, at 415 E. South St., any time. CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL. Adults. Mrs. A. P. Sauls, ph.

Fowler reported. was hit in the right front, Phone 964-2121. 2tp 4-25 964-5744. tfchg. I
964-2681 I It was recommended that presents serious safety haz- Keystone Heights Agt. For AT TIlE TELEGRAPH
.. I Fowler said the Martin car spinning it around and head- WANTED Girls for spare
I controls be imposed on ard and should be abandoned "Travelers Ins. Companies" BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia OFFICE FOR A FREE ,
I pur- ;
N. the intersection : Sarah Coventry
j21 Temple Ave. skidded 60 feet into ing it back north and Wil- before see time sales work. -
chasing parts and tools and unless is Tel. 473-4692 you
an overpass con- Day
before striking the son's vehicle was spun side WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. TICKET TO TilE FLORIDA .I Jewelry. Write Opal Smith.
I also on gasoline by requiringa structed over the highway.No 473-4325 Nites.
Box 15 Raiford, Fla. tfchg.
of the Mascaro car. The
rear ways and headed southeastoff A. PAYNE, your local rep- j
driver mechanic to fire in Auto Fire Home Business THEATRE.
or a Hamp-
escapes -
trooper estimated damage at the road. resentative since 1956 Box 603 .I
1 sign for all ton school. Monthly Plan
dispensed.The Payment
and phone 964-3794. tfchg
FOR SALE 1I $600 to the Martin car One passenger in the Wil-
survey found that lastyear's Inadequate h e a ting in Available SALEBy
I I $300 to the Mascaro vehicle. son car Hogan Smith Jr., WILL TRADE OR SELL -I H. A. GRAINGER Spreader FOR

I maintenance budget Brooker school. Mrs. Martin was charged with Hawthorne, was injured slightly tfchg. Ifully equipped restaurant Service Chicken fertilize
270 Acres of Land i OwnerF.
: included $9,040 for repair parts Unsafe buildings at Law- running a stop sign and with and treated at the Brad-j equiped two car moverable for sale. Hauled and spread.

.-- I which, in the committee's tey school [both the main having no valid driver's li- I ford County Hospital. An- WANTED RIDE to Jackson- Diner in Allentown, Pa. for Lime also. Phone 684-5433, H. A. Approved
On Hiway opinion, "appears to be too building and the Blanding home or business in Florida. Grandin, Fla. Sip 4-18
cense. other passenger, Rudolph Du- ville 5 days a week. Arrive $600 Down
I i much for the amount of equip- frame ''building: Write P. O. Box 9, Starke.
I gan, 26, was not injured. Jacksonville 8 a. m. leave REGISTER NOW for adult Monthly Payment $61.82
GOOD. FOR. !I ment maintained"by several Space heaters in frame'Huggins SpeaksTo White had six passengers in Jacksonville 5 p.m. Earl Cook, Fla. 2tp 4-18.I evening classes. :l\1aU-.

Pasture, Timber or I, thousand dollars. It was I buildings at Starke Elemen- his car, two of whom were 725 S. Epperson St. 2tchg 418L. FOR SALE-4 room house on course selections to L. H. Gib 3 Blocks To Shopping Area

I i pointed out that this total did : tary present a constant fire Civitan Club injured slightly. Wilson was 301. Bath 4 closets, new hot 1[ son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 In Pinehurst Subdivision

Farming I II not include expenditures for hazard. A. Wynn water heater and deer well. fee per course. Negro adults Concrete Block Home, 3

75 Acres of I tires, lubricants or gasoline.The County Agent George Hug-I also injured and Tuesday was Lot lOO'xlSO'. Phone 964- contact Prof. Thompkins. P...!.
'Appx. 8-year : Load-bearing beam in BHS
: still in the hospital with a NEWLY DECORATED furnished 5801. E. School. tfchg Bedrooms & Florida Room, t
panel recommendedthe library ceiling is inadequatefor !gins spoke to the Starke Civi.I :1 2tchg 4-18
Did Set Pine. back injury. apartments. One and Carport & Utility Room.
installation of a grease space to support second I tan Club Tuesday morning con- two bedrooms. Reasonable. YOUR OLD WATCH will NEW AND USED-Chain saws
Both cars were classified as Phone 964-3544
I FOR QUICK SALEContact pit at the bus !barn, but found floor and roof "could possibly -I cerning the advances made in;.I total wrecks. Damage toWhite's Lights and water furnished. make the down payment on a $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. I
I beautiful new Bulova at Lawn mowers sales and ser- 717 W. Cypress Street
(I the shop had "too much dangerous." agriculture in Bradford Countyin Contact 431 Center St. or
I prove very car'was estimated at Dahmers Discount vice. Your McCulloch Dealer
equipment that is seldom used few phone 964-7191 964-6551. House.tfchjr Starke, Fla.
the or
Only one fire escape from past years.
$895 and to Wilson's vehicle Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv -
Jack Andrews such as lathes, milling second floor in C building Huggins pointed out that at $495. tfchg PEYTON FLORIST N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6- -
$ machines boring bar, etc." better conservation and I ALL NEWLadle's dresses
[high school], inadequate due through 3411. tfchg
I Wilson was FOR ,
9.u SALE2 br. concrete 119 S. THOMPSON ST. $2.98. Girl's dresses, $1.69.
: Box 433 It was also recommendedthat 1 to location and number of fertilization practices and im
I : failure to have his vehicle block home in walking distance PHONE 964-4155 Blouses 39c and 69c. Girl's

:--. Starke Fla. bus maintenance be put I students involved. Heating proved varities of different: under control. of shopping area and Electra-Tronics Inc. and Misses' Shoes $1.79.

..'. on a regular schedule to only 60 to 70 per cent effective -I vegetables and fruits that churches. Furnished pr un NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1033 I Mary Carter Paints 321 N.

cause an even work load to I : lighting, 80 per cent. ,yields have been greatly in furnished. Quiet, large lot, 19 DISTINCTIVE FLOWEESWe Industrial Division, Sales, Service Temple Ave. 2tchg 4-18

I High School textbooks creased. He gave several examples : Doctor Speaks trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg Wire Flowers Anywhere Repairs on :Motors, Gen PENSACOLA BAHIA
: sorely inadequate and badly which included the case To Rotary Club tfchg erators, Switching and Controls .
Announcing The : Fence Posts, Poles, etc. seed for sale. Floyd Wiggins.
Opening Welders and Tools Power
Florida 90
outdated. of
the strawberry
......,. Pressure Creosoted To LOSE WEIGHT Safely with Phone 2721 Brooker.4tchg
I High School cafeteria inadequate which when grown on plastic Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Full Conversion, 4-18
: in size. has been done foi: Dr. C. M. Waters, director Last A Lifetime Service and Repairs to AH i -
mulch as weeks supply only 98c Mit- FOR SALE-One acre home
i WAYNE CHANCE I only 50 per cent of students the past several years in this I of the of Division the Florida of Epidemiol-State SOUTHERN WOODPRESERVING chell's Drugs. 6tp 4-18 Heavy Industrial Electrical sites adjacent to Southsida

Ii being fed due to long period county that yields increased l ogy FLOWER PLANTS FOR SALE Equipment Elementary. High and Dry.
; i Board of Health guest CO.
was 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'villi
of waiting to be served. from 250 to 500 flats per acre Bachelor Buttons. J ph I $2,500. an acre. Contact Billy
o s e
: speaker at the Rotary Club BALDWIN, FLA. PHONE 372-1280 Jackson, Starke. tfchg.
1i.w. REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR Recommendation: Discontinue The county agent also point- Coat Touch-Me-Nots Summer -
I sale of candy and other ed out that agriculture is still:I Wednesday. Poinsettia and others. Mrs. tfchg. FOR SALE

: such material on school 1 .the largest industry in thE. Dr. Waters described sev- FOR SALE-Reasonable priced Leon Conner, Crosby Lake, 4 room house. .a.ndubath in >>
335 North Lake Street used Televisions. Ref rig-
I erai
n. : interesting new develop- last house West. 4-25 large lot U,&OO.
grounds to minimize fly hazI county by far. He said the for erators. Washers. Excellent 2tp town

"Starke, Fla. Phone 964-7343 I ard. "The cafeteria provides estry industry alone tops a, ments in the field of epidem- Condition. Bullington Appliances Will Baby Sit in my home day WE DON'TSell 6 room house and bath edgeof
iology, one of the most recent I you we help you buy town on extra large lot
r a balanced diet and a sanitary million dollars in Bradford Uchg or night. Netta Starling, ph.
,I' being a vaccine that Good selection of new ano Excellent terms.
1 pro-
place to eat. County and that poultry topsa 964-3321, 726 N. Cherry St.
vides immunization against ltchg used 8' and 10' wide Mobile STROUT REALTY U. S.

half million a year, and I measles. Dr. Waters said this Homes. 301 South, Starke, Florida-
strawberries this year have al- NEW, BEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. Phone 468-1766, Waldo Fla.
DODD'S I new vaccine has recently been
AUTO SALES IS NOW YOUR [ topped $300,000. Apply in person at Garden
ready Itch
... 'i 1 I.I placed on the market after Restaurant. tfchg TRAILER PARK _ _
also urged
Huggins extensive testing, without ill -- -- 1 mi. SE of Keystone lit FOR SALE: 7 room. 2 bath.
relations between the farmers I. MOBILE HOMES 8'xlO' wide I
large cor-
effects, over a period of on Route 100 house, utility room
Authorized Dealer and "urban" citizens of Bradford years. t KIN SBERRYI to 60'. 50x10 as low as $3,888 tfchi I ner lot, newly decorated In-
I; County and deplored the with monthly payments!' II side. 210 E. Adklns St., key

FOR separation of the two SO-Calledl The speaker was introducedby I HOMES $67.05; 8x35 only $2995 with!' I next door. tfchj..

: i-: -1 He said the recent Jack TrawiclV.o had monthly payments $ 5 1 .58. FOR SALE j --
groups. ADMIRAL Air con-
3 TO 4 BEDROOMS Ready mix concrete concrete
charge of the program. Trailer Mart, Inc. U.S. Hiway j
Festival did more value for
Strawberry ditioned $179.95
17. Box 468. East Palatka. EA- block. house piers sand, ce-
1 InternationalTRUCKS than anything in the past few The issue of a new court- 1 OR 2 BATHSV. I $143.50 5800 certified nema
8-1050. ttchg nent, mortar mix, rock, steel, \
-.. 4 ;years to bring the two groups house for Bradford Countywas A. $50 DOWN I oyster shell limerock, roof I!I rating. Larger ones prices at
s FOR SALE I discount. Dahmer's Discount -
debated by County Commissioner big
together. gravel, lintels. BRADFORD
Roberts Excellent business location.! House 125 E. Call St.
Next Tuesday Bradford High George 200 ft. 301 N. includes ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521, 8tchg 5-23
the Lex
favoring project
f School Science Instructor Rich- 3 BR year old house. I Starke. tfchg -

ard Jockel will report to the Green, speaking in opposition. \ 11000. $500 down. $85 mo.-'! BOBBY HALL PLUMBING

______ club on the trip to the State I The matter of endorsement of Or house with 100 ft. frontage 'I 1 COMPANY- Commercial and

See Them On Display Science Fair in Tampa and the project by the club!: was'L BELIEVING" $10,000. Call 964-8641. : HASTINGS MATTRESS Residential Repairs. Phone
I \\IS
r- referred back to the board of tfchg |I& UPHOLSTERY WORK Waldo 468-1206. Rt. 1 Box
show slides of the various
At 712 S. Walnut projects I
;i St. directors for action.H. : 57-B, Starke, Fla. 8tp 5-30
: 710 Lemon St. Palatki
entered in the fair from 11 I CONTACT Vaughn prop- -

r. t w e Can Serve All all over the state. I H. Everett. production L II erty with 275 ft. frontage on ;! Furniture Repaired I NURSERY WORKERS NEED-

The club also discussed, as I manager of Florida Hydrocarbons E. Call St. Zoned business. W. I|, Upholstered & Refinished I ED. Apply at office, Blair's

Your Needs In Any a proposed project, sending a Inc., was welcomed intc;! LaRUE Corp.I I B.2881.Sewell Realtor Phone Itchg 964- MATTRESSES REBUILT Nurseries, Macclenny Stchg, Fla.4-25

the club as a new member
Size Truck student to Boy's State in Tal- New Innerspringsand -
at this meeting. O. J. Anders
lahassee at a cost of 45. 400 W. Madison St. Box Springs I HOUSE '1RAiI.ER FOR RENT

FOR SALE OR RENTOn -Caxbq'moved to your own
Us A
Drop Card or Call
-"" Have you an old refrigerator,, PHONE 964-8641 easy terms, 2 or 3 bedroom lot. Also 100 ft. lots for sale

W.C.T.U.Governor fan or tools'which you 'no long;:- Free Estimates Of Build- houses, also apartments, W. I PALATKA EA 5-9166 facing hiway 16. J. B. White

;!63 RAMBLERS THE BEST DEALS ANYWHERE .!r use. Convert them tnto casl H. Nollman Starke. _tfchg I STARKE 964-5934 Phone 964-1651. 2tp 4-18
: Farris Bryant's : ing And HousemovingA MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB, ....
: COMPARE now. Phone 964-3101 and as]! FOR SALE: 1960 Volkswagen.
YOU'LL BUY Proclamation for Temperanceweek I Starke Arent FOR RENT -Large Kingsley
for classified. Clean, and in very good con-
for 21-27 deservesthe Lake house. Completely fur-
April ,
dition. $1095. Ralph Martin
; PRICED FOR QUICK SALE! "utmost serious attention" -_-r-- area is open for semi-retired 310 W. Call St. Ph. APARTMENT FOR RENT-2 nished. Private dock. By weekor
9640293.Up month. Phone 533-2132.
and study by parents, teachers man or lady. Many semi-re- bedroom air conditioned $60
l and aU others. Get copIes i tired people earn $50.00 to per mo. Also maii apartment 2tchg 5-2
; : at your school or church. WILLIAMSI $100.00 per week dependingon RAILROADS AIRLINES
TRUCKUNES-DiDUSTRY $50 per mo. FOR SALE -3 bedroom, 2
'62 Classic 60 4-Dr. FORDRAMBLER I' time devoted to Route. furnished. M. R. Judd 127 Lafayette
4-Dr. -
MEN & WOMEN 18-25 startto bath house. 1 yr. old $300
'I Also have 1 full time Route
I JEWELRYREPAIRS phone 964-5951. tfchg down. Phone 964-4451. 1223
train at
'58 4-Dr. FORD I open. Maybe you can qualify. once. Many open-
I, For personal interview In your ings. Expanding Transportation FOR RENT Furnished apartment Blanding Itchg

i II area, write J. H. McGarity, & Communications Industry Large bedroom, kit
'59 2Dr. Rambler I i WATCHES-DIAMONDS Box 627. Williston Florida. needs TRAINED personneL chen and porch. Private en-
-we offer a career
60 FALCON Free placement. Positions
I 3tchg 4-18 trance. Adults. 534 W. Madi-
'i'f American 70101)5Me I All Work Guaranteed in R. R. Telegraph. son St. Itchg thewomanwhowlshestobein
t I SINGER SEWING MACHINE Teletype Rates, Tariff Traffic business for herself representing

\I A. C. Williams I[ CO. Sales & Service by authorized -t Mgm't. For qualifying Interview FOR P..ENT-2 bedroom unfurnished Avon, Write Oulda C.

L 60 4-Dr. American 58 4-Dr. Rambler 666 142 W. Call 8t.J ; representative. Con- include address, house. 6 1-2 miles Sweat P.O. Box'540, Lake Oak

J i tact: John Edenfield, 964- phone, age race married or North of Starke on Hiway 16. Fla. ltchg

I' Rambler Wagon. AmbassadorS i L Starke Fla. '| 6863, or Stump's Dept. Store. single. Write Box A, B. C. Telegraph Rt. 2 Box 93, J. W. Gaskins ,..._RLJ-Betbea

.1 I j' 964-2651. tfchg I Starke, Fla. 2tp 4-18 tfchg :'fIIJI{ -J

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: _-_ _______________-- ---_._._._._._.-._.-_-.r the needy we ourselves will of Hahira Ga. were guests of children of South Carolina son, and the evening messagewas
soon be that way. their relatives Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Debbie :Lou Honey- brought by J. H. Quig-

Farmer's Diary My husband works for the Drew Sweat and family one cutt and children of Jackson- ley of Scituate, Mass., who operates -

State Road Department and night last week. ville. These folks came to a mission there. He and

makes $300 a month, and we Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm visit Mrs. Debbie Dowling, a his wife are guests of the J.

Are You Listening Bradford County? By Sam McGarvey don't live high. But do we geta Tompkins. and Mr. and Mrs. patient in Lake Butler hospi- T. Quigleys.
contributed -
welfare check? How will the Mallory Tompkins or Orlando Mrs. Eugene Lee
new way of looking at it. tal.Mr.
little man feed and clothe were last Thursday guests of and Mrs. J. P. Bryan a beautiful arrangement of
A group of dedicated citizens submitted ratio that citizens of other areas of S S SNot
his family if it's going to the E.V.. Tompkins family. and children of Jacksonville, roses, and a solo at the ser-
their report Tuesday night on a the state are doing. If it weren't for long ago we were so vices.
take what little he makes to They all attended the funeralof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason of
layman's study of the Bradford County state, federal and race track moneywe bogged down at our place send them to school? But yet, Dr. George Hodges in Jack- Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert At 2 p.m. Sunday a sacred

school system, in all its varied phases.A would be to put it mildly in foul that we couldn't use the drive- if he gets a raise everythingelse sonville last Friday. Cason of Jacksonville baptismal service was admin-

report so comprehensive we might shape.In is way around that the house; now it goes up so he doesn't get Mrs. Joe Norman, and Mrs. were Easter guests of their istered in the Tabernacle pool

add, that conclusions or serious comments this connection, it is interestingto so dry we're wateringour one after all. Alice Cason visited Mrs. Hu- mother. Mis. Alice Cason and by Rev. Bob Badgett of the
ornamentals, for some of
would be premature until more note that several members of the .1 them have started to wilt I just wish I would go to bert Johnson in Baptist Memorial Grandmother Dowling. Christian Church to three

time has been devoted to studying the School Board, at a recent legislative Sure looked like the good from the prolonged dry weather one of those meetings they Hospital.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Fleming members of his congregation.This .

report than has been possible in the hearing, asked our senator and repre- old days in Starke last Saturday and wind. Deep rooted have in Tallahasssee with and Mrs. Billy Tomp- Tompkins of Statesboro Ga. week the six regular

brief interval between the time it was sentative "to do everything possibleto with "King Strawberry"back things still have plenty of Governor Bryant. Maybe Ij I kins and sons of Leesburg were Wednesday guests of Mr. services will be maintained.
visited their mother. Mrs. E. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins.
given and the time this editorial is cut out Federal aid for schools" on on his throne and everybody moisture. for the water tableis could tell them a few things
They came back Friday to attend Methodist Church
W. Tompkins, in King Memorial -
happy and having a that would their
their! still fairly high. open
written.So the grounds that "we don't need Dr. Hodges funeral.
4 good time. The merchants are S S S Thanks for letting me express Hospital.The
broad were the committee reports help. to be congratulated on their Finally moved our tender my thoughts.Mrs. many friends of Mr. Gene Kelly of Bartow, and Schedule for the week:

that they included everythingfrom We are constrained to wonder if the Strawberry Festival which plants from the garden room O. J. Underhill Crews will be glad to know I Warren Kelly of Starke were i Friday- Nominating Committee -

sandspurs to septic tanks figures of this comparative analysiswere brought folks in from all over to out-of-doors as me thins Rt. 2, Box 69-D that he is home from King Sunday morning guests of meeting 7:30 pjn.

from curriculum to candy. availale to members of the School the county for an afternoonof that now the danger of frostis Starke Fla. Memorial Hospital where he their aunt. Mrs. Bessie Sapp. Sunday Church School

Without going into detail at the Board before they made their request fun and frolic. Call Street past. However, it still could was ill. We are glad that he The thrfe of them attended for all ages. 9:45 ajn. Morning -

present time-the one overriding con that we turn up our nose at Federalaid looked as busy as Times Squareon happen as we well remember _._._,_I.JL.eRAIFORU_._.- has recovered and getting a- Easter services at Heilbronn Worship, 11 a.m. Snack

clusion to be reached is that Bradford ? From the looks of things, we New Year's. .Eve! a frost in April one year. long fine. Baptist Church and had din Supper for MYF 6 p.m. Eve -
a I Our sympathy goes out to ning Service 7:30: p.m.
a ner at the home of the boys'
schools while all the outside get
County doing a commendable help we can the Monroe Kitler family on TuesdayVacation Church
Lawtey growers once again Who ever coined that expression mother Mrs. Annie Kelly.
job with what they have to unless the citizens of Bradford Countyare I the loss of a relative in Tam- School Institute 9:30 a.m. to
work with, can still stand lots of im willing to float another bond issue, showed their pre-eminence at "leading a dog'sWe _--_. Methodist
berry growing by sweeping all !" meaning a terrible ex- pa.Mr. 2 p. m..
provement-and improvement costs or have their property assessed at a three prizes in the best ber- istence. Our dog Faddle it Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade and Mrs. O. J. Mott, At The TabernacleActivities Church, Gainesville. Cub

money. Money, it appears is the main higher valuation to bring in more rev- ries contest. Congratulationsto seems to us, is living high on had as Sunday guests their Earl Dobbs, and the Perrie Scout Pack- 70 meeting in

thing we haven't got, and no one knows enue from the maximum 20 mills already "King" Donald Bennett for the hog. Fed regularly, good children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee Hart Sr. family attendedthe connected with Fellowship Hall 7:30 p.m. W-

where extra dollars are to come from. being levied for school purposes.It his beautiful flat of Albrit- place to sleep, plenty of companionship Withey of High Springs.Mr. wrestling matches in Jack- the Gospel Tabernacle during SCS Annual Conference at
the past week have been varied -
Another thing all too apparent from is also interesting to note that tons. so big and round they and flees to keep and Mrs. Cecil AddisonJr. sonville Thursday night. and interesting starting the Community Methodist

the committee reports is that Brad only one member of the School Board looked like red ping-pong his mind occupied. Why that of Brooksville visiter their Dobbs Mr. and visited Mrs.their Johnnie daughter O., with the sponsor on the radio Church, Daytona Beach April

ford County isn't supporting its schools was present at the PTA meeting Tuesday balls. Besides getting the $25 scoundrel loves nothing bet- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Amos Carlton and family for morning devotions at 2325.
prize money, this winningflat ter than to lie down nearby Addison Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday Library Committee -
with local funds the when these
anywhere 'near night significant
very in Palatka Sunday.Mr. 8 o'clock; visitation daily at
at the while Sam is prespiring at Theodore Rosier over the meeting 9:30: a. m.
brought $26
state average. In a comparative analysis reports were made by a hard-working, auc- work and just watch with an I 1 weekend.Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Casonof the Bradford County Hospital Meeting and Bible
tionfor a total of $51! The Prayer
of total receipts and expendituresit self-sacrificing UNPAID of lay- Bennett of Miami visited their parents, ; and six regular services.On .
group way I figure it, that's about amused gleam in his eye. And Tommy Study, 7:30: pjn.Thursday .
was shown that only- 19.47 per cent men. It is hoped that the matters pre- $4.50 a pint. Not a bad price, then, by way of diversion, he Jacksonville was an Easter Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier Saturday the sponsor and Chancel Choir

of Bradford County's school revenue sented come to the attention of the I'd say. Also gratulations to can always sneak off with an holiday guest of her parents, and Mrs Alice Cason last his wife attended a Ministerial practice 7:30: p.M.

comes from local sources, as comparedwith other four members in due time. the second place winner, Pete object and hide it, just to bedevil the Bill Sapps.Mr. weekend. Fellowship luncheon at the '

44.39 per cent on a state average.A For the present suffice it to say: Wainwright, and third place, Sam. A dog's life! Aside; and Mrs. Earl Dobbs church Some services of those from attending out of home of Mrs. Leila Mundyon 'I Steno Notebooks TypewriterPens Steno
Ko-rect Type
from the fleas, it sounds pretty had as Sunday guests Mr. and Kingsley Lake.
whopping 69.42 per cent .of Bradford.s Congratulations and a sincere vote of Mrs. Dutch Harley. We're to Mrs. Gerald Griff and child- town last Sunday were Mr. Sunday services were appropriate Typing Paper, Erasers
school from the thanks to the committee members who I really proud of our strawberry -1. good us. TELEGRAPH.
money comes ren, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell Sam McClellan and to the Easter sea- Ribbons. The
state, as compared with 50.54 per cent made the surveys, compiled the reports growers.. S S I and children of Lake City,'

over the state; and 'we are 8.76 per and presented them in such concise Mr. and Mrs. Roy demons

cent dependent on race track revenue, manner Tuesday night. We plan to last With revenue, berry far ahead are of I Jr. of Heilbronn Springs, and 24 .

as compared with .1..5Q ,per cent state- present the varied phases of the sur- now year nearing completion growers of Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans of

wide.In veys in more detail in subsequent issues one of their most successful Starke. 1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

other words, 'JlrasI foid; County of The Telegraph. These findingsare seasons. Income has been Those from Raiford attend- MEM&t ESTABLISHED 1879

citizens are not paying'for the supportof too important to "file and forget." good. and it will undoubtedly ing Johnstown Easter Sunrise last Servicesat Sunday (0 J E. L MATTHEWS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER .

their schools! .in ,anywhere!! : near the They call for be increased further when, An open: letter to the citizens were Miss Betty Dobbs, Mrs. c.1963 o
after the market closes sales
Reddish Mrs. John
I NG GoqFw/ Strength Before Camp are made to consumers on a The purpose of this letteris Kathryn Ross, Mr. and ,Mrs. Inman TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD
to let everyone know thatI
"pick own" basis.
Harrison, and Mr. and Mrs.
The Florida: National Guard needs need of mechanics (for repairing S David T. McGhee, am pastor Earl Dobbs. PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE
Holiness -
men. '' v jeeps, trucks, tanks, half-tracks, etc.), Some rain over the weekend of Church the- Pentecostal here- in Starfce-. We welcome the Leonard POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH s. 1871

This applies, of,course, to the local weapons repairmen welders machin-{ helped combat the dry and shall remain so until Johnson family back to Rai

unit which recently had its authorized ists, metal body repairmen, office personnel conditions which cut production June of 1964, at which time ford. They recently moved IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 -' - SIX MONTHS $2.00
; much more is needed, or from Lake Butler to their new
strength increased following. the reorganization and supply personnel also. This the state superintendent of OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $4.00 - SIX MONTHS $2.25
irrigation if the plants are home south of Raiford.Mr. .
of t the}orida Guard and type unit has much more to offer in the Pentecostal Holiness
to continue to bear up into and Mrs. Jim Reeves
the consojidatioh pf Company B the way of training and the acquiringof May. Church shall reappoint or not

(Blanding) and Company C (Starke) useful skills than does an infantry S 5 reappoint me and that decision --

into one large ordnance unit. type unit, for instance.A shall be his alone. a
How much did the growers o In the past months, since
We are told hat the Jocal company number of from the local
men make this season? Well here 1962 there have been a PERFORMANCE-
Sept. ,
at the present time has openings for unit havesecured jobs at Spends and I are some unofficial cost figures move by several people to TOTAL

at least 15 enlisted men, .and they are other plants in the area because they supplied by a grower who have, ,me removed from pastor-

very anxious to reach this full strength have attended and learned varied skillsat wished--his name with held: ing the church. These peopleare : ':r :Tr; ,
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before time for summer' encampment. machinist school, welding school, and cost of an acre of berries not members of the Pente- ." : .: .:- 0 ..{ < >< "'it";
Indeed, it is important to the entire auto mechanics school-all offered by from starting up to picking ) costal Holiness Church and )...:"', >. 7.L.' "

Florida National Guard that the local the National Guard. time, including plants, fertilIzer shall not be until they change irv "' .:

I plastic mulching, labor. their lives to fit the discipline.We .' :'
unit reach full strength, for it is the 0 .
The local unit has :
over thirty general spraying, etc.. $450Average know that there are >'. .
ordnance company's job to "keep 'emrolling"
mechanic tool sets, a number of yield of 1,000 flats per acre many, and the importance of this shop sets with all types of equipmentthat with deduction of $1.30 per Christians in this area who

function can hardly be overestimatedin is used by mechanics, welders I I flat for cost of package, pick- believe the same doctrine that
this day of mobile mechanization.In ing, handling marketing plus
machinists and others. If believe.
everythinggoes we
addition to the needed extra for
by some
men expense spray-
as expected, it will not be too long We are going to build a new
the ordnance company, at .least three Ing during harvesting time. Pentecostal Holiness Church
before all this equipment is housed in a a .
additional men are needed in the new that
in Starke and we pray
Special Forces detachment in Starke. a new, larger and modernly designed Taking an average of about all who are of like belief as < t 4
armory-one that each man in the $3 per flat, that means a worship.
The Special Forces:: trained to carryon we will join us in $
the missions "of guerilla warfare company, as well as the community at gross income of around $3.000 We are in the process of purchasing cq4 ..

.! large, can take pride in. per acre, and with ample allowance new property 0 n)L ... 4 . -. .. I
should have especial appeal to adventuresome 4. '
vho Young men of the area would do I for all expenses, an which to build [and build we ... e .. ,. .. .. +kU; ?. .
;young .men > are
income of in of $1,000
excess will:! new church. The :
well to investigate these waiting our
excitement at the same time oppor-
per acre from berries. Small devil has fought us in every k 4 ,
ing their country in a most important tunities and find out what the "new wonder then. that berries foul way he could think of: :: : ,
National Guard" has to offer. A visitto .
capacity.The .
have made a strong comeback and God has moved him out t ;: :
the Starke wilJ do the trick.I
ordance company is especially armory | In Bradford and that some of the way. :

I former farmers who have been Many slanderous words havs .. 1
II Mr. Eisenhower/ The Budget Barber \ "working off" are quitting been spoken about me. and I t1 .-

their jobs as d going back to say now that from this day I

Former President Eisenhower's let duplication of weapons "Defense un- farming. forth, that if anyone says I

ter to Republican leaders in Congress der the Eisenhower administration was S S S anything slanderous about me :

saying that from $10 to $12 billion wastefully and arrogantly run," is the Berry Income on this basis, that I stand"Touch on the not Bible mine

-4 could "easily" be shaved from the Kennedy opinion of Mr. McGill. is far greater than for tobacco -\ which says prophets
anointed and my
budget was a masterpiece of Secretary McNamara, according to. which has a good reputa- i no harm," and "Vengeance is
tion as a cash for even
meaningless Monday morning quarter- McGill's observation, is the first defense with a ton-to-the-acre yield, mine, saith the :Lord. I will

backing.As department head to meet headonthe at $65 a hundred gross income repay." That person's blood

noted by columnist Ralph Mc- unification of services and the cen- is far below that for will be on their own hand.I .

-, Gill: "President Eisenhower ran up the tury-old waste of money in duplicationof berries. And U. present meth- am not a healer but Jesus -

largest peacetime deficit in history, weapons by the services. ods are used there is far more in [Acts 10:381: and we

and took the total of it Tcalmly, He "Finally" says Mr. McGill, "thereare hand labor involved which just stand on the Word of

was never successful as a budget bar- a number of things we must today presents many prob-I. God.A. revival began Sunday,

ber" i$, indeed, he even tried to do. All of them cost money. We soon lems. I S I Apr. 7, at 7:30: pjn. with Jerry -

trim. The Eisenhower budgets invari- shall decide whether we think more of Hardenbrook [who many of
ably went unshorn. the fetish of balanced ._ Our young red cat had three conducting the
a budget, or kittens this week; two of you know I FORD GALAXIE 500/XL SPORTS HARDTOPYOU'LL
"The nation then had its needs, whether we shall do what, in time, we them are males, so if you services. We invite you to come

even as now. But.ex-pr sidents forget must." want a pretty red. kitten call out and join us and see whatwe KNOW WHY SHEDOESN'T

easily" observes Mr. 'McGill. In the words of Senator Paul Doug Alice. On the day followingthe are doing. YOU TEST-DRIVE FORD'S NEW $10,000,000 RIDEThe
It is the belief of Mr. Eisenhowerthat las: "There are a great many unmet "blessed event" some ad- -David

the nation does. not need to engage needs for which it is very easy for..mired of the cat presentedher

in a race to the moon. "This a man comfortably ensconced in Palm with a little rabbit for a Dear I was Sir:just reading the editorial 1963 Ford gives you a ride every bit as smooth as cars costyear in the grueling Daytona, Riverside and Atlanta SCO's and in

may be," comments McGill\ "but one Springs to ignore-such things as feast; at least it was thereat "Speak for Yourself. ing hundreds more, and for two reasons: a revolutionary new the demanding Pure Oil Performance Trials. Only a car with

is made uneasy by recalling that Mr. health, education, housing, mass tran- the "lying-in hospital" the Mr. Coffee Breaker." Well, I suspension system. and added road-hugging weight. total performance-the best combination of strength, balance

r ___ Eisenhower's Secretary of Defense was sit, urban renewal, and youngsters former dog S house.S SEver hardly know how to put it It took ten million dollars to develop the new Ford ride.We precision control, braking power and road-clinging suspension

the man whose dictum was that he did forced to leave school and unable to on paper but here is what I designed a revolutionary new suspension system for the '63could roll up so many wins.

not care why the-grasswas 'green and find work, who are forming wolfpacksin heard Gracie Fields Aspidistra was thinking. Ford. Where ordinary suspensions move only up and down to Before you buy any new car,test-drive a Super Torque Ford.
comic "The Biggest -
was uninterested in finding out." This our cities." song of Them All?" Well How is the working many. absorb road shock, the Ford suspension moves backward as If you haven't driven one lately, you can't really know what a

attitude on the part of l\I\ \ Wilson un- "This summation is painfully accurate we have what we think is the making three just $300 four a month kids and in well! In this double-action suspension system coil springs up new Ford is like. Make this important discovery-H ifs built'

doubtedly contributed\ substantially to ," says the Atlanta columnist. biggest rose of alL Alice got school with going to or pay more taxesso front and leaf springs in the rear combine to give you firmness by Ford, ifs built for performance. total performance.
the need for this country to engage in "There is Cuba half bushes from Texas road.
a moon a dozen some rose the teachers have a bigger ia cornering and a special smoothness over the
a crash -program 4iow 'to catch up with Latin American states on the verge back in the winter and set income? They are getting We added weight, strength and stability The new Ford is -

the Soviets in the necessary exploration of political chaos, the Congo, where them out. She was rewarded more now than most men with ROW actually hundreds of pounds more car than any other car solid, silent SUPER TORQUEin

of space." only the presence of U. N. prevents this week with an enormous big families. in its class.This remarkable weight advantage is in the suspension t
Present Secretary of Defense Mc-\ anarchy and a DeGaulle who has disrupted dark-red rose that is bigger If some of the fathers thatI added GO TOUB THE SYMBOL OFC
And know, this weight I
than saucer and a beauty to frame, and body. as you f *EABU rcSDUCTS
- Namara has already produced an outline the European design." know of around Bradford F R D I
stable ride. ..
behold. means a more ( :;;d '- <
of en nnousWaste in defense bud- In the County would get out and '.
face of all this Mr. Eisenhower S S S But a solid, road-smoothing ride is only part of Ford's total UOTCSKtVMTTERWILLEGAR ,j
work, and let that county i
gets under Eisenhower administration.
observes from his strategic position at for 1963. Look how Ford swept the field this -
The high winds have given check go for textbooks and performance story
Many projects started with
were the ninth hole, that billions can easily
newly set tobacco plants a teachers, things would be a
_ out proper planning. A billion dollars be lopped off the Kennedy budget
.fit, but one grower refused to lot better off. I have to take
was wasted, for example on a nuclear There are those who agree with him. worry about. He said. "WayI $20 a week and feed seven of MOTORS I

power plan' fore'any blueprint or pow There is also a specie of bird that hides figure it, the wind is cool- us. and have to make it last.

er mechanism of suitable size existed. its head in the sand when confrontedwith ing off the ground. and keepIng You hear on TV every day:

Time afjgr time there was wasteful danger. .. .. the hot sun from hurtingthe Help the needy. Well If the 206 WEST MADISON STREET STARKE.' FLA.
plants. At least that a working man keeps giving to

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!, FTTTTTTTTfTTTTTYYYTYYYYYYYrrTYTYYYYYYYyTYTTn. At Keystone Council Meet : Funeral MondayFor TTYTTTYrTYYTTTTTYYTYYl i t spent the weekend: with her TRINITY EPISCOPAL Sunday

Mrs. BurgessOf { parents. Mr. and Mis. Carl 'I i CHURCH MELROSE t John Herring of Gainesville
HIGHLIGHTS MELROSE Ford.Mr. i i visited Mrs.. Callie Rye on

Attorney Requests Faster Action Keystone-Ieights and Mrs. C. E. Spires i i i Holy Days 10 &. a.. Holy| aster Sunday also
[ 3ir- I I II t ; .I
By Mary KBehaefferJ >5 By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer and sons of Tallahassee spent 1 Sundays 10 a. m. Church Miss Gallic\ Pam, and Barbara -
Mrs. Irene Elizabeth Bur Easter weekend with his parents 1 I School. 11:45 a. m. Morning: !I Herring of

'A...&&. .. &&i.i&&i&&.... ..&.&JJ In Matter Of Water Rate Increase&l gess. 69. of Keystone Heights 'YTYYYYYYTYYTTTTTTTTTY' I Mr. and Mrs. Albert i, Prayer and Sermon First. !t tSuriday. Sunday. \ I night Gajnesviltefpetit and Monda -

J I died Thursday Apr. 11. at her Kindergarten News Spires. : Holy Communion 9 i: >' with' Mrs. Callie Rye

+Trr \Lf home after an extended ill- Over 85 children and par- Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams.., p.m. Episcopal Young ChurcH- MrsMyra Johnson of Uigh
t : I The matter of a water works motion carried. 1 i" I ness. She was a native of" ents enjoyed the Easter Don Williams and Reda Tiller men. -
I Egg Springs visited Mr. an /ii4 & 'r survey now being conducted The matter of reimburse Kanawha County West Vir- Hunt at the Faith Presbyterian visited Bok Tower for 'Sunrise Communion.The Alderman Friday.:'
; by the Keystone Heights'Town ment of the town police for ginia and had i i iI
j resided in Church Kindergarten Friday Services Sunday.: Rev. Lee W. Heaton. Mr. and Mis. Lamar Clough

'. t 4 $ v4q Council, was a 'topic of discussion -I use of privately owned tars Keystone Heights for the past April 5. A program of I Mrs:! Susan 'Edwards and Vicar.fVVYYVYVVTVVYVYYVTYYYt. of Gainesville, were. birthday. .

'at the council meet-' during a recent emergency was four years. She was a mem- music and rhythm under the i daughter are: spending the i f. guests" oj" Mrs Vira
jug April 9. with Fremont allowed to stand at $1.50 per ber of the dinner
jI ; & on Church. direction of Mrs. H. McRae week in Boca Raton with her I Herring on Tuesday.
_. Tolles, attorney for the Key- : day, as ordered at the March Surviving are her husband,! was given by the kindergarten fother, C. L. Bass.
j ': -r- stone Water Works, indicating j II 1963 meeting. Walter Lee Burgess; one children. II Mike Howell of Stetson University Mrs. Ilene Thlgpen of East

r1 ; IJ : that he thought the town'was'' The matter of proper polic- I daughter, Mrs. Florence Forth, 1 Parents may register their 1 spent the weekend GRANPIN i iII pat' tka' was a Sunday visitorof
I taking too much time and I ing, dancing, and behavior of I, and a son, Robert Lee Burgess -| children for the fall term on i with his grandprirents. 11'' Mrs. Ella "

.j. asking for speedier action. j patrons of Keystone Beach I :Keystone Heights; :, Friday May 4. at 9 o'clock at I and Mrs. R.. 'F. Simmons.' tJharicjcnc; IJrantlef : Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout
Monday the New
.. k ..: : A water rate increase has' was discussed. CounpilmanBeam and a sister, Mrs. Effie Mer- 1! the kindergarten. 'Mr. and l\4r.-: "Robert; Fa! : 'YYYY .YY.........'. i left on for
tp ; c':: :, been asked by the WaterWorks suggested that the pro hIe. Columbus. Ohio. Duplicate Bridge Club \ of 'Gl n R6'k. N.: J.' i'e the i England St&tes.

; .. and Council subse- prietor had a good lease on Funeral services were held Winners of the Melrose I parents.of a baby boy. Robert *Mr. and Mrs. Christain: The 3rd through 6th gradesof

I I quently employed George La- this property, and any action I Mon, ay.t-- -'). the Snodgrass Duplicate Bridge Club for last i Jr., born Thursday, April 11. Olsson have returned to }hir;, Melrose.. School went to the

.. ,, : '. .. Rue to make a survey of the by the council would have to :' Funeral Home in Charleston. i week include the following: Maternal grandparents are home in New York City: after' Jacksonville Zoo: on Thursday.

.t.tS 5 water'system and rates I conform to the provisions W Va. .DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -!I Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cooper of spending a couple of weeks at Christine; and Zan Brautlcy

.. r ed in other area Charg-I contained therein.At Home was in charge of W. H. Davie, first place; Mrs. i; Westfield. N. J. and L.: M. I! their place here in Grandin. represented,Qrandui The.1st..

I comparable size, on the request of Fire Chief local arrangements.bers II Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- i :Pearsall is the maternal great anj, 2nd Grade had an Easter

coun il could base a decision I Everett Fox, approval was I yer. second place; Miss Bessie ; grandfather.. Mrand Mis. Earl Good ofl| Egs: Hunt Mrs! Euf ne Brant.l .

i to approve or disapprove the given to the purchase of a i, Rutherford and Mrs. Steve \! Miss Trudie Morris spent New Lebonan. Ohio vbitt'd.Mr. l ley' went to school' and helped

I : .ftC rate increase.In resuscitator for $306, if and will answer the roll call Sashoff, third place; Mrs: i< Thursday evening and Friday and Mrs. James Sapp and ; the children with the hunt.
when funds available.The with an interesting food fact. family for a couple of days. are I
: a letter to the council Walter J. Grolick and Miss'I touring 0 range Memorial j ji
I Tolles had questioned the question of a $600 grant Subject will"b$ "Consumer Education Sally Mansfield, fourth place. i Hospital in Orlando"where she I They are visil !ll pointy of Sunday School attendancewas
for the Keystone library will and Food Buying'for I attend Nurses'sTraining interest in our sunny state. ;, there
qualifications of LaRue to I Trinity Episcopal Church plans to 50 last Sunday and
be studied and if the money this meeting. Hint: to keep; | after graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sergeant : about 65 in the morning
I make such a survey and requested The Women of Trinity Ephi i and children AI 1t1- were
;, i has not already been paid it copperware clean, keep a I j Mrs. Helen Madden formerly of The musical
Chur I I service
.. the employment of a copal h will hold the \visiting
cello Y.
( N. Mrs. ,
.; will be done immediately.Mr. squeeze bottle with mixture of are \
qualified water engineer. He annual Silver Tea for the i of Melrose died Monday in spryice was very good. Among
i ; LaRue suggested that vinegar and salt handy by ,'as' Sophie Schneble. | '
I iI ,- .4.. also asked that council conclude church at' the home of Mr. I Gainesville and buried Col. Carson Watkins of Syracuse ': fout9ttOflvistors.\ we reMr.

4 Helen Privett 1 building, of the Community its survey and reach a when the present insurance the kitchen sink. and Mrs. Murray Sipprell on I, Wednesday. Mrs. Madden was N. Y. visited his bro-| :. an. 4rs. Bob.and
i Weds Lt. Faiil L. Bird Church..' decision by April 15, or he provisions expire that the Cancer Drive to Feature April 21 from 3 to 5 p.m. the sister of TVIrs. Mary. Pear- :. grandchildren of Palatka, Mr-
lher-in-law and ;
be issued for three Coffee Break and Mr. !
I In Sarasota Ceremony The Club had been askedto would have to resort to other policies School News sall. and Mrs. B.( J. Alderman and Mrs. J. "Turner of

I Miss Helen Privett, daughter take part in the Cancer measures on behalf of his years in the future. Bids will Big Cook-out MISS Jean Lively appearedon Airs Mary Minder Cruse of a couple' of days last week.for'; Ja Jacksonville. Eugene Hut an

of Mrs. Joseph H. Privett Drive the week of April 22. client. He offered to meet be requested before the next The Cancer Dnve is under TV April 16 with a demonstration I Lake Swan, Melrose, and Ak- There. Easter. Egg of Fayetteville, Ga. C.

of Sarasota and the late Mr. The president, Mrs. Julius with any council member or meeting. way! If one of the volunteer on how to make | ron, Ohio. died unexpectedlyon Hunt for was the'an children. in killS of Syracuse N. Y., J .?

; I I Privelt, and Lt. Paul Lloyd Hanson, reminded members I the entire council in an effort A motion to limit borrowingto workers has as yet not been creamy white sauce. She was April 7 in Akron, Mrs. i Grandin at the old school I II Weeks pf Key West, and Mr

I Bird son of Mr. and Mrs. that the object of the club, I to resolve any differenceof eight per cent of the pre- to your home you may expect chosen for the show becauseof Cruse, a native\ of Akron, house on Saturday aftern n.j and) JIr&BiU',, Carter: of U I1R.}

i John Bird i of Keystone according to the constitution. opinion and bring the mat- vious budget figures was sec- her soon so please giveas outstanding school and moved to Melrose in 1928 and I About 20 children attended. ,qrt Si:, '. -

t Heights were united in mar- was "to promote and carryon ter to a satisfactory conclu- onded and approved.The generously as you can remembering -I county 4-H Club work. The made her home: here until she I I Glenda Sue Grainger celebrated -,

I riage on April 6 in Sarasota ; civic, educational, philanthropic council upheld a sug-' that Cancer-no Rotary Club of Palatka requested returned to Akron last 'year. her 13th birthday j I PAEAN BAPTIST CHtJliCn

The ceremony was performed and social activities. sion.Ray Chance, Clay County gestion that it be specifically 'respecter of persons may her presence on April She was the sister of1 Mrs. Tuesday evening'with a party ". .GRANDIN. FLA.

at 11 a.m. at the home of Everyone voted to take partin director of Civil Defense, out- understood that any provi- strike anyone including you 16 to perform the same dem- Ruth Reed and Rev. John at,the old school ;house There Rev Travis Pastor

Mrs John Bass Jr. of Sara- the drive. Mrs. Robert lined what has been accom- sions for hunting on the air- or your loved ones. onstration. Minder"!>f Mejfose. were "about 25 guests present Paul

sota with Dr. Karl Nielson of Hendry is general chairman.On plished in the study to"establish port be wholly the responsibility -, To all Coffee Drinkers: See I The Melrose 4-H Club is Everyone had an enjoyable ,, Sunday 'School, 10' an.

I the Unitarian Church of Sar- April 26, a Fish Fry will an EOC [Emergency Operating !. of S. E. Kennedy, who Bill Belote for your coffee making plans for the county METHODIST CHUECt time. !iI [ Morning-. Worship, 11- a.m.

'I asota officiating. be held at Keystone Beach. Center] in the county. has the grazing lease. breaks on Thursday April 25. dress review to be held Thurs- MELROSE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner ( Training Uniqn. 5:39 p. m.
The bride was given in marriage Each club participating will Mr. Belote will donate all day April 18, at the Civic Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith I t
I I Plans are still tentative, but Chairman Pangborn suggested of Miami made a surprise! Jisiv i iEveninr} .worship J:3P: p, m
11.1 I by John Foster Bass III have a special assignment he explained the possibility of that after the present 'coffee proceeds of that date Center in Palatka. Club girls, Pastor to Mrs Turner's mother Mrs.I I Midweek*Prayer Meeting Wed
1 of Englewood. and the Woman's Club will to 'the American Cancer Sodefy. will model garments they School 9:45 a. m. '
al 4 obtaining the center for Key- reserve supply of gas and oil Sunday Lorena Hinson, over Easter nesdayt T:30: p.m.
; Thomas Bird served his be in charge of furnishing stone Heights if the neces- runs out, that such materialsbe So let's drink coffee; have made.Personals 'I Worship? 11 a. m,

i I brother as best man. home-baked desserts. Mrs. sary site were provided by placed on competitive bids coffee, coffee That's the 25th., .I, -- -- .- -.---- .- -
Immediately after the ceremony Mrs. John Bird will be general the city. Councilman Williamswill for six months' supply. On Friday April 26, there I I :Mrs. F. W Cooper has returned '

a reception was heldin chairman.The will be a big'cookout at Keystone : to Westfield, N. J. af
study further the possi- It was suggested by Coun- /
the home of Mrs. Bass. Alachua County Federation bility of procuring the needed cilman Beam that notice of Bea h to wind up the' 'spending Several weeks in KEYSTONE HEIGHT fL Qsr

After a wedding trip of several of Woman's Clubs extended land and Councilman Beam intention to exercise the city's Cancer Drive. The Keystone her cottage 'on Lake Santa Fe i If

weeks in Mexico, the membership to the will explore possibilities under option to make an offer to lions will fry the fish andhush'puppies 'visiting? friends and relatives, :

couple will ''be at home after Keystone Club by virtue of Congressional provisions purchase the Keystone Water and bring the including. her father. L. M. 'BUSINESS' ,
17 at 8810 Semmes Drive soft drihk'w gon:The Rotar- Pearsall. DIIIECTaO.RY.4,3'
f May our club being in District 8 whereby certain funds have Works be sent to the company -' 'I'1

16' J I in Norfolk. Va. of the State Federation. This been made available to grant by letUr.! 'Ul1a&r terms'of jans a1'?, Rffcft1? the hamburgers Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Sim. : _.. # .Y: ;
g) The bride is a graduate of district also includes Melrose. loans for aid in such matters. the Water Works' 30-year and coffee; Lions' wives mons of Fayetteville, N. C. -_ -
Wilson College in Chambers- Fourteen members attended ': will m ke"tJ e cole slaw: Ro- visited Mr. and Mrs R. F.
The matter of applicationof franchise the city is given the j ..... I
burg, Pa., with a bachelor of the Fall meeting in Gaines- Ed Flakes. right to make an offer to tar anns will bring the baked i Simmons recently. I ""I RESTAURANTSTHE! I II
present opera- pur- I
arts degree. while Lt. Bird ville but unable attend beans! The Junior and theSenior I Mr. and Mxs.
to James
were Boyle
tor of the Keystone Restaurant chase on every fifth anniver- : : Murrhee Insurance I
graduated: with a bachelor of the April 10 meeting be- for transfer of beer license sary of the franchise.All Woman's Clubs will i. spent four days in Jacksonville -: T V Service; Center:11
science degree from the University -i cause of committments herein furnish desserts. Paul Smy- with their soninlawand ; I (Jot r
from former owner was bills were passed for the ; 1 J. R. lIlIES ProprLetorAuthori.zed Agency I KeystoneHeights \
of Florida.Mr. Keystone.The sor will donate the use of daughter, Mr. and Mrs..
discussed. Councilman Beam payment with the exceptionof Motorola :- PhilccI Ji I I .
Beah for'theccasion. Tick- I General Insurance Restaurant
and Mrs. John Bird annual State Federa- William Bowen and children. I "
said there was some doubt as three which were said to will' sale Sales and Service
ets be on at BelotesDrug I Fire Casualty IloniN ,
and children, Thomas and tion of Woman's Clubs Con- Mrs. David Hinnant of Mid- j
to whether the present city require further study. These i Service On All Makes i thiM I I'Ne'iv:
Store and at The Key- | Allied Under 'ManagementSpecializing
Susan: and another daughter vention will be held in West charter dleburg visited her parents," "
I permitted council to were: Wm. J. Dermody use TV RADIO STEREO :
stone Jewelry and Gift ( HefehtsJ Tel.473-428.;5
ShopMillie's Keystone
Mrs. Walter Andrewsen Palm Beach April 16-19. The Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morris ; In.
act in this matter and it was of personal car; Florida For- [ and..Wally'sl] Mem- 'I Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals s'' i p
j .
Club voted that two for the weekend. Mr. Morris -
attendedthe delegates "
and her son Lance. Blue Plate withTrrsli
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referred to
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attorney Myron est JEWELER
plowing. W. Q sert. Proceeds for the Masonic Keystone Heights, ..
ceremony in Sarasota. attend, and expressed the recuperating after surgery in I -
Prevatt for an opinion. Dowling Jr., fire fighting ma- Vegetables r
wish that Mrs. Hanson and Building Fund. Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. .
I Woman's Club News George A. LaRue explainedthe terial.It : OPENG :
:Melrose H.D. Club
the President-elect, Mrs. John Jack Jacoby and child- Keystone Jewelers
II The Keystone Woman'sClub Bird, represent the club. provisions of the insurance ; was suggested that the To Meet Apr. 25 ren of Middleburg visited her, AUTO SERVICE j .\. M.-10 P.,M. IUon.-Thar*.

I held its monthly Executive Reports on March projectswere policies which would cover the minutes of each council meet- The Melrose Home Demonstration : brother-in-law and sister, MJ and Gift ShopA qpEN 6 .\. M. tU| Mldnjto

I Board meeting preceding read. The main projectwas town and airport. Councilman ing be) published in the Brad Club of Alachua and Mrs. Clarence Ashley and Terrell'sGulf i. .'-rl., tSat.. Sun. .
the regular business meetingon Watson moved that the Nice Selection Of
pro- ford County It
the coke stand at the County will meet April 25 at family. Service At the stoplite he.v toae lift
April 9 in the educational visions as outlined *
are Gifts
generally was so ordered upon motionof \VeildinK
I Clay Electric annual meeting. the club house. President Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Corey
satisfactory and that Mr.LaRue's Councilman Watson seconded New & Used Tires *
In the Grace Perry will call the and children of Gainesville Sterling/
previous reports
names -
1 IS YOUR ESTATE ., bid be accepted. The by Beam mating' to order and mem- spent Easter with Mrs. Corey's I From $300 Up All Size; Greeting Card .
IMtOKRAM: : UP TO DATE1 I. of two faithful volunteers Lubrication Batteries Acces.OPEN Lake Brooklyn
of the
I various service parents Mr. and Mrs.C. .
I ASK YOUR GULF LIFE were omitted. Mrs. I. Carl clubs will also have tickets. W. Durbin. 7 A. M. 7:30 P. if Millie & 'Va1li MuhlhoferExpert RestaurantSTKAKS

I MAN TOR THIS FREE Stringer and Mrs. Floyd Koons, 1,180 bottles of Coke. A fine president Mrs. Charles Wal- and they will be on sale at John Hook and children Jeptonp Heights, 4734279, Watch Repairs

SERVICE were the ones who mannedthe record lenius; Mrs. John Karges, the gate as well. Serving will Creig and Ann, of Pompton Certified Watchmaker (;HOPS!

I booth from 2 till 4 pm. Womanu Club Elects secretary; Mrs. Fremont Tol-t' start at 5 pjn., and continue Lakes, N. J. are spending" ten AUTO STORE Keystone Heights 473.4177 I Seafoods Orders To Go

L. R. BRAULT These ladies. along with :Mrs. Officers for New Year les treasurer; Mrs. Francis P. until 7. Fish dinners, $1; Ham- days with ,his. parents Dr. I ... ,
Mrs. Leo LeBlanc was still Egan corresponding secretary; i| burger plates. 75c. and Mrs. Cecil R. Hook. MILMVORff OPEN
A. F. Crosby, Mrs. Olive Stevens Western Auto
PHONE ('7s.unI : Air.. Mrs. .
busy collecting ticket money Mrs. William Reynolds direc- ( On Wednesday evening, and A. C 7 .
Days 6 A. M till Midnit
I J.i* Iliuay 21 Keystone 1Ie1htl: (,| Mrs. Mabel Husbands, from the Old Time Vaudeville tor for three years: and Mrs.i April 24, at 8 p.m.. there will left Wednesday for. Elizabeth, Associate. Store
I and Mrs. J. A. Williams sold Show. Proceeds to date Julius Hanson retiring president be a public meeting in the N. J. after spending the winter Keystone I 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplita

I, amount to about $300, whichis will become a member of I Clay conference room, for the with his sister, >'Irs.' Mar- AppliaftceviMajor t or'malIt Millwork Shop Keystone lIelcllia'

--- most gratifying, as it wasa the Executive Board. !. viewing of the short but informative tha MacKeacliier1- Auto Arressoriefc, Tire, I It
1 second i Mr. and 'Mrs. 'O. H.! Rober- ,. C p'IXET" _, DOORS
showing, and in a Officers will be installed at film. "The Other Batterkn:
new neighborhood. the annual Garden Party and City Dr. Sara Lou Wells son and famiiyof Melbourne !Sporting' (Oorids. 111c3 1'1...". WINDOW .FRAMES REAL; ESTATEC.

I Chairman Olive Stevens i iI I, Tea on May 28 at the home', will be on hand to answer, are visiting his moth&r. {Mrs. ''Hardware, Palais, Garden r,, SCREENS

I I had a completed program for of Mrs. John Bird. They will questions. Free and open discussion Ada Roberson, 'arid 'lami. y.t "- SppIip.1EYS3'ONE.,, Trim Materials.

r*? S3 JflJa | the Art and Hobby Show held assume office Immediately. I i i, can clear up any Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley' HEIGHTS SAID Made Ta Order J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR

"C \T FOOD i April 17 at the Masonic Hall. Mrs. William Walz and'Mrs questions we may harbor in and Mr. and "Mrs.'T: E.'Wl1so'n I "

:kt 1 The Legislative Chairman. L. B. Clark served delicious !'f our minds, and yet hesitateor pent Sunday with MI*/ ta1Kt I I Keystone, 'Heights 473-4285

Mrs. James Cook advised the I refreshments during the i i forget to ask the doctor at Mrs: Fred*' M ody in"thorne. tr'I. !Electrical; Contractors REAL ER TAT!

I THOUGHT membership of their individual social hour which followed' appointment time. 'I I NURSERY

I :: '( duty to attend a called adjournment.The This may be your golden Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stuart { A' ', .' ,\if I '-, ':MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

-' meeting of the city council last covered-dish lun-j: opportunity! and'children of New York City :

: : IT WAS I j I when the proposed revisions cheon of the current season I Fire DepartmentElects I are' visiting Mr. .and' Mrs) J.' i Jackson Electric o.ELEcrRrc.L Clemens Nursery Keystone Heights Tel, ,473: *87

Br *- I of the Charter are to be pre- will be held on April 23. Of- :, New Officers W.''Strarn. ,; COJfTHouseWirmgr ACTOR '
sented. For club members' in- ficers and chairmen of committees i. f Gen. and Mrs. W. W Ford } : ,* Hectic Range I Winifred H.
i IAMRUIWER"An formation Mrs. Cook and Mrs. are reminded to have i' Keystone Heights VolunteerFire or Tampa spent the weekend'. 'II and Water Heater: Repairs Citrus trew $ JW 'to $1.93
Dept. Chief -
Sara McDonald outlined the their annua reports ready and'I has asked us to Everett Fox I with' Gen. and Mrs. R. P. f General'Electric Repair Work some in fruit, Canned or Bare- CRAWFORpRmJ
announce that
\ \ proposed changes. The Char- written for the May 14 an..; the new auxiliary siren has Hollis. !j Call. 'Toby" For All Your root: fi ....." at!. Est&te ISreUar. ,
I TB ter is to be submitted to the nual James Gillian of High; Electrical Needs "
j$ Kaa reports ready and writteri J .
been Izaleas 3 for
hooked up and is now $l.DO to $1.00 en. Lake 'PropertiesRinchej Acres.1-
ty$, State legislature now in session for the May 14 annual busi- in working order Springs and Mr. and Mrs. R. ,Keystone Heights Ph: 473-1975
I in ofa
i a .**.*. >IV in Tallahassee. ness meeting at 2 o'clock. [ case M. Cason spent Sunday withMrs' I II Hiway, 100 at'-HiIkrest QaginiMHomei a
,j j fire or disaster. Anyone living I Sent !
I Mrs. John Bird chairman Estrellita Club In the vicinity of its I Ha Moose in Hampton. ;SVi Mil** East of *
of the Friends of the Library' Plans Chicken Dinner j Peach Street Mr. and Mrs. O- H. Viar of ;FARM SUPPLIES 'We Take A Penonal lateral
location will
explained the purpose and The Estrellita Club held its Richmond Va., are visiting Keystone Jlefphtss lo Tour RequjremwUvfidway
honest mistake-they similar II without a. doubt that, "
are of this busineSs 'meeUng I Mrs. Viar's brother-in-law .. : Keystone .
program group. monthly at, it is 100 per cent effective. -.\ L K > >$ Http
Building Committee 'Chair the Masonic Hall on %Wednes Now all those residents ofNelson.s and '-sister Mr. and Mrs. Walter -'; C. & L. Feed Co.' Camelias Azalea; Dog Lfe1raH

you know!' But' there's no mistaking the man Sara McDonald explained day. Apri 10. 'The hostesses,II point'and thereabouts j jwill' I Mann. wood Box Wood Hiway 21-Op ki goadayr.R *-.
4t ". further planning. An ar- Mrs. Wiliam Pmon and Mrs. I :Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson i C. 1 i. BURKHALTER. JR. -
I at last be able to'' hear I Quality .Nursery stock ,..'
t tim'c, n'eigy and patience you can save chitect's scale model of the ;, Charles King served dessert, the sIren J'i son and children of St- Augustine !; FEtDSFERTIUZEns' -
I i visited' Mr. and Mrs. Latchstring 1
new club house has been on after which regular and new I Nursery
display at the Keystone Bank. : business was transacted, 'A: The Fire Department has| Glynn Rothhammer and family FARMERS!: HARDWARE Member F. N. G. A. S. E. McKay, .R altpr

I by paling jour bills with a convenient So. that it may be seen by' former president, Mrs. George elected' officers for the com- {! Saturday. { EarletonTeL Melrose GR 5-5473 '. t ,.,

more people it is now on I t Young, stopped by to say hello ,I ing' year'Tnm the following j!' Mary Beth Bowen of ,Jack- 3IelroM GR 3-3163 I'iiLots) Lake Lilly fMGO.:
results .
checking account at Keystone State Bank. display in the window of Wal- !' -, and Invited everyone to, : President. Charlie; sonyille spent the Easter CITRUS IX CONTAINERS Term 19 Lot* Sunset Lake .
Tolford; Vice i I
ly and Millie Iuhlhofers Jew-I come to see"them in their new President Roy : weekend with her grandpar-1: $UO, To '3.00 i,'S7;3. Term Imetbnest tract*
Tyre Secretary Jack Haber-
elry and Gift Show. To date mobile home in Orange City. stroh; Treasurer.Bill"Beam.1 eats Mr. and Mrs. James ,,FLORIST < Plenty of: Blooming :'Camellias'farce enough for .teteraj lot*. I
the lot is cleared and landscaping The president, Mrs. Carl Boyle. S aecro to wide IUd, bcJ
Fire Chief; Everett Foxf'Asslstant from 50c up. Rare Camellias:
veil under way j Stringer, presided! at the Miss Margaret Slade is,] t. U::e .for m-ffatjon ,\\lU"\ ,Jt4J.
STATE BANK Chief, Gene"Williams: Edna WilliamsFLORLsTNUE.gEEy :grafted, J7-50 up. Plenty of
The slate of officers pre-I meeting. Since the March pending the week in Daytona j! |In: for Investment E-Z: T ..
Ca t.. Tor Bennett; Capt:. Evergreens j
MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS sented by the Nominating Fried Chicken dinner was' Chester! 'Moody; Lieutenant,I Beach' where she is taking en-t f i ,. t Landscape ; S BR. CB furuUhed cottage oaHtaptifai ,

THE FRICNDIY BAM4 U4 THE FRtENDtY COMMUUUY Committee was unanimously I' such a success. the ladies voted -''George Schaeffer 'Ueuten h\, Jrance exams- to begin Nurse's I Plants i Lake DqtchiartQ. I
elected. Officers for 1963-64 to. repeat this project on : ; Training at Halifax General j FLOWERS .- Let us landscape your home ;57:000.:, Terns., -
Toby'Jackson First Afd'OffPter '
will"be: Mrs. John Bird present -t May 4. at the Masonic Hall.' ; Hospital. ;: For All Occasion I o. c. CARNES NURSERY;

; Mrs. Herbert Nelson I Tickets will be $1.25. which ; 'Charlie.' 'McGlave; and i Mr.' and Mrs. John Beller- j Hiway. 100, 23 ml;. t; ,tat i Keystone heights, Fis.4T.4S16 .
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rVYYrYYYtYYYYYyvyyy' !TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTY' *1 I I had been in its roofless con end, where they visited Mr. I Mrs. O. J. Anders during the Thomas & Pierce !O-2O J orth court house of said County at | in 5 weekly i

( i iI Temple Avenue Starke, Florida' ; Starke, Florida, within six: II
dition for over 20 years, Mr and Mrs. Donald McMahoneand i, weekend. County Tel
and file the original in the office calendar months from the time !
I HAMPTON I Watterson said. since a fire !, family. Also accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Peter Todor of the Clerk of the Circuit, ot the first publication; of this ified newspaper '

GRAHAM: burned out all wooden parts:J them on the trip wa: | and Jeff Torode spent Sunday Court on'or: bfpr.p May 9th, I notice. Each claim or demand ;i Bradford County ,
1S6J.! 1 shall be lit and shall
of the building in the early ; Paul Lott, son of Mr. and'I I[ with her parents Mr. and writing menc JIg March I
Herein Fail Not or decree I the
\ of residence and
By Richard Cain By Mrs. D. E. Hill ajto pac, BOARD
I 40c. Cement floors and walls' Mrs. F. P. Lott. I j, Mrs. W. F. Moore and famil pro 'confesso willbe enteredagaiIi't pOt office address of the claim-' ('F :: I

.TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYV1' j AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJSecond were left open to the weather. I Mr. and:: Mrs. R. C. Wil- ;: Paul Casey of Gulf Ham- you.Witness my'. hand art aftd"hall be sworn to by I I
: and the the vlauftant, his agent, attorney -
Charlie Frazier of Miami and Third Graders At the time of the fire, it was 1 liams and family of New Port mock visited his brother Tom seal of said court in St rke, sjjiffajr suth claim or de- I

t was visiting with his mother. Present Easter Program being used for feed storageby Richey were here for the Casey, Sunday. They called on Florida!!9 St. this 6th day 'of- April rand. not so'filed shall b's void. I Ii I

Mrs. Ruth Ben Saxon at that time, Easter weekend with her par- Mrs. Casey at Bradford County Evelyn! Stump Griffin i
Frazier. over the Second and third grade CH.lU.'C.-:': .\. DARBY, 'Lillian! Stump
of what is now ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hospital, where she has
I weekend. students in Mrs. BeatriceFutch's : As Clerk of the. said, As l!lisutrlees of the Last } j
Home's Grocery. Home. All were dinner guests been confined for several Circuit Court. Will'a4d Testament of FredF. : !
1 Mr. and Mrs. Durwood I i room at Hampton I I
I The building, constructed Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- days.I By: Virginia F. Darby .' Stump deceased. I
I Dortch had as their dinner ,! Elementary School presented a-I ,Deputy CJrk First- pu licaionpril 11, I I
t' I 'bout 35 years ago by A. A. I ert Barksdale and family in I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higgin- THOMAS 15 fQ :.: ;
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. ,!, an Easter program for the & PIERCE :
Durden, was operated by Mr. j I Starke. I botham and children. and :203-203; North TVmple Avenue .(:1f".ft'i,1':; ,
Emory Brown and three sons I'I entire school Wednesday afternoon Durden as a department ;| Mrs. T. F. Brown is visiting 1, Mrs. Nathan Starling spent StarKe. Florida i I 'n ,__ I I
of Hampton. Joining them in',, April 11. -Attorneys for Petitioner I '
the I tore, with lines of dry goods ;,, in Miami with her son and | the weekend with Mrs. Lorene 4-11 4( -2 ; ,- priiucOTICE
afternoon All 32 the
1 for cakes and pupils in room ,
furniture and groceries and i daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs i i Smith and family in Jackson- I ... PUBLIC XOTJCE'IS; HERE
Ice cream were Mr. and Mrs. took part. Those in "Playing I BY OIVEX THAT: WHEREAS.
described as one of the finest: Gordon Weest and family ville. > i '
Junior Dyal and daughters School" were Jane Lott, Kathy I ix Tim COURT or run cor\- a majority of the Board of
I I'in Bradford County at that i ii j: and also visiting her sister, 1 Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders TV Jt'IlfJK. HIIAnFOltU County Commissioners of Brad
and Mary Frances Broughton. -, Blown Edna Pearl Rhoden. I ('0 1'''I"\. J'> ford County, Florida, deem It
I After ; and Mrs. LOUIU.n I'ltJJ.tTE ()-
i time. the business was Mrs. A. L. Sullivan who has Hester Hicks visited For "care
The children enjoyed an 'Mary Ramey Clyde Starr, i necessary to erect, furnish andequip
i closed the property was own- been ill. :, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Strickland a'
In re: Estate of new Bradford County
hunt Hank Brown
eggs Jones, Jimmy and water
ed by Mr. Saxon who later:'! Mrs. Ina Knight spent Sun- ,i i and family at Starke during I Fred: F. Stump, Deceased i ij i iI Court House:

Mrs. Nattie Davis was visiting and David Eiland. sold it to Mr. Watterson. Although day afternoon with the W. C. the week. I j To11 (Creditor nod Peroui' The pul U friends in Taylor last : Speaking parts in the Eas- : t I I Hating: Claim or Demand' *:' and be heard upon such
I the original building I j I demons family at Heflbronn, !i Mrs. Oscar Perry and son I safe it's
Friday. : ter program were played by j AcaiuKt :>ald Kotate: Ii \ question. at the next regular ,
met the same fate as most of ;,, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth of Jacksonville visited Mrs. i You anJ each of you are j II meeting of said Board at the i

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff :,; Debra Deaver, Mary Elizabeth I the other buildings in the two visited the Carl Wilsons in John Brown and other rela- I hereby notified and required topreut t 1 County.Court mml'nCinf House at iA Starke 9-56 A, GET OUR !
Dortch, Alma Hinson. Sharon Florida ( IST
in claims and demands
were Gainesville any :
Sunday blocks of Navarre St. just east Heilbronn Sunday afternoon.The tives Sunday. 1983, which
M. 7th at
on May
which either of I i
Loper, Gwen :Moore, Darlene you or you
visiting with Mrs. Irma Cain. of the railroad, it survived house-to-house canvass ; Johnnie and Larry Brown may have against the estate of '1 time final action will be takenby ( i

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. ,, Noiman, and Cathy Sadler. the fires that razed the hotel for the American Cancer Society J spent Saturday. with their Fred F Stump, detedsed late the said Board upon said I
'I Please -
question. govern yourself
: Joan Hinson Marla Jean < of said County to the County City Hall -
U, EStarling was their son i and other buildings in the :1 is scheduled for Monday,,..;. 'mother, "Mrs. Russell Spell in. I Judge ()f Bradford County accordingly.T .
: Masher and Sandra Young- -
and daughler-i .-law and fam- ; mid-thirties. :i April 22, for Bradford County i Jacksonville. Florida. 'at his office in the his notice shall be published I -- \
i' blood had singing parts. I
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Morris band I Egg Hunt, Wiener Roast ,. and Hampton workers : Mrs. Mamie Futch was in >j. t

Starling of Lake Worth. Also In the rhythm were For Christian Church plan to hold the drive here at ; Palatka one day. in the weeK : .

visiting were Mr. and Mrs.V. ,! Rene Gauthier, Ricky Moore I.
Children the same time. visiting Mrs. Beulah Revels.

\ Tyre of Lake City, and Lynn McCuliough. Douglas Children of the Hampton I j j Gwynn. Gregory. Kimberlin.,
Sullivan Farelon McClellan, AREA BUSINESS
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Christian Church enjoyed anj i iI .vYvvvvyvvyvyvyyvvvv' and Jackie Wilkison, and
Patsy Cranford, Allan Ralney.I .
Jacksonville.Mr. 1 Easter Egg hunt Saturday afternoon -j : Mrs. A. J. Eaves of Sarasota
Dale Nettles, Susanne Eiland, I
and Mrs. F. B. Davis April 13, at a lake ; LAVTEY\ i I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ..
Peggy Fulton, Pearle Wolfred. I -
vere supper guest of Mr. and near Keystone Heights.Approximately I j ,, Walter Wilkinson Saturday. ,
Jeffery Baker Steve Hayes, -
Mr : W. A. Davis in Waldo ;; I 35 children ,! i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs
1: and Ruth, ; R9ark. By Enza BlanchardLAA4L&AAAAALiAA Auto Electric ServiceAutomotive I Automatic TransmissionsONE FARM & \
Saturday., : Mrs. Ruth Hammond were present, and both childI i of Jacksonville spent the !I (

Mrs.\ Nellie Griffis had her ; I and adults joined in the i A A! j weekend with her parents,; I
in I
Dies Gainesville.Funeral 11'e'n Electric Centra} T t
ron-ln-Iaw and daughter, Mr. roast afterwards. Adults PTA Officers Elected ;i Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilkison; I
held '
services were DAY SERVICEALL KGRD .
and Mrs. O. H. Dryman and.,: Saturday. April 13. at Hope i present were Mr. and Mrs ;j| The Lawtey Junior High :i and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Service Ford .. :

family of Charleston. s. C. ., Cemetery, Theressa, for Mrs. .! E. S. Sibley and their guests i ii |'PTA met Tuesday night' Apr. A. D. Dobbs. I I MAKESREPAIRAND i Agricultural Farming: ;

visiting her during this past i Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchett, 9 with Mr. and: Mrs. George Atkinson Repairs Our Specialty ;
I Ruth Hammond, 63, who died a good I EXCHANGE I Complete Service !
week. Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Nor- of Jacksonville! were Starters Generators Ignition
Friday at her home in Gain- following officers were Good Used
I 11 man, Mr. and Mrs. Barney I II visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ;i Gator Automatic
Visiting with elected for the I
Mr. and Airs. esville. ensuing year: : Regulators, Solenoids, 4488 N. W.
Carl Jones were Mr. and Mrs. I j I I The Hammonds are former I Brinson, Mrs. DaisY May, Mrs'l Mrs. H. W. Bennett, president; Tye and family Sunday af- I' PHONK] :
Willie Strickland and family I., residents of Hampton, and j' C. R. Cox Miss Vivian Mrs. Eloise Massey. vice'presIdent ternoon.Mrs. I Transmission Service
!' Rev. and Mr Carl' L. S. Tanner took the Water, & Fuel Pumps
lough, !
of Ft. McCoy, Mrs. Myrtle;: Mrs. Hammond served as'I ; Mrs. Daisy Bock, secre- I INC. FURNITURE

Altman and Mrs. McDaniel;i correspondent for the Brad- J, Clarks, and Lynn Hall. : tary; Mrs. Knight treasurer.1 I children to an Easter egg i il' I Exchange Service on Starters

of Mulberry, and Mrs. Wilma;:: ford County Telegraph for I Baptist Church Youngsters j[ Thomas L. Casey, principalof hunt at the home of Mr. and'' and GeneratorsWholesale I Home
19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.)
Have Egg Hunt at Church j i Mrs. Johnnie Bennett Satur- '!
( | 1
Starling and children of Gain-i'1 several years.Survivors BHS, discussed "program
and Sun- ,day., All of the children had: Retail Gainesville PHONE. 372-0372
esville. I Primary < I F rnitur
include detailed
I I her husband planning, giving a
of Hamp-i wonderful time. 620 S. Main Gauies\ilLo
School classes
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Griffis I j W. W., a daughter, Mrs. day j report of what had already a I -, CO

had as guests Mr. and Mrs. :! Willow Forsyth; and a son.I ton Baptist Church held an1: been done, and plans for the Mr.,and Mrs. Henry Rogers j PHONE 372-6990 i ii| AUTO UPHOLSTERYL.
, Easter Egg hunt at the church ''arid children, Mrs. Geneva i DECORATING
Morris Kelly of Whitehouse, :, John E., all of Gainesville. future. i I
and Mr. and Mrs. Leon E1lington ;I Building Along RR Tracks Saturday afternoon. M r s. > School Activities ;, McCaffery and children, andI I Vast Selection ,
; :
and children of Starke. !j Being Repaired Re-roofed Frank Clark and Mrs. Roy Bill Tisdale, 8th grade his- I Bob Manning spent Saturday I Known '
i 1 Starr teachers, we-re inj : and' : & S. Auto Trim ,
i and Sunday Mr.
Easter weekend guests of' The stuccoed-brick and ce- tory teacher took the classto I .' :

Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney!: ment block walls that have charge of the games and ac- Olustee Monument last Mrs. Dave Tanner arid family. I Assurance- ,
III i Hull's Brake Supply I Complete Tpbolstery
!i been standing roofless and I tivities. Thursday supplement to Nice to learn that Mrs. A.
included Charles Klinet and ; as a i Tailor :Made Seat Covers I CO \'EXIF."

A grandsons of Hawthorne, Miss barren along side the railroad II Bible Odessia Melton Drill Wins II their study of the Civil War. R. Sapp is at home from the i "BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Convertible Tops I FREE P

' Caroline Melton of Waldo.i 1 tracks in Hampton are getting Sword They had a good trip and hospital. I 603 N. W. 8th. A\eaue i 1703 N. Main: ,I St. :

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Griffis, .:i a working-over the last I :Miss Odessia Melton, daughter benefitted by what they saw. j Mrs. Luther Milliard and For Every Car or Truck Gainesville 372-8661

If. Hazel, Leroy, and Jimmie I couple of weeks. i of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie I Ii Principal Clark wants all : children, and Mrs. Sarah I Turning Grinding Relining I GARDEN I

i J Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Jim I i M. L. Watterson, owner,i Melton, won first in the New parents to know that the | Starling attended the Easter I \1'i

: f. Hinson all of Starke: Mr. !'1 plans to restore the building I River Association Bible Sword J JI < scnool' appreciates the excel- ;, Sunrise Service of Franklin I While You Wait BEAUTY SCIIQOL Johnson & I i |

and Mrs. James McKinney!! for use with work so far lev I Drill at Madison Street Bap- lent attendance during the Baptist Church at Boys Home j!1314:. ,S. :Main Gainesville] t Complete

elling the top of the wall for 1 tist Church Thursday evening, last few weeks in spite of the j I in Jacksonville Sunday morn I II SEEDS
Mrs. Margaret Wise and child- -
/ 872- -i97 j Learn Complete Beauty Culture I
installation of roof brac- April 11.Miss .
a busy season. He expresses i
ren of Tampa. Debbie Sue i i I ing.Mrs. Girls Women Men:
ing door openings and other Melton represented I thanks to them for their sup- i Fate Redd of Macon! Insecticide
and Ann McKinney all of i iI >1 il Hampton Baptist Church in1 J I AUTO SALES & SERVICE Tuition Budgeted I !
repairs. to ready it for sale or port and wonderful coopera- I visited her mother. Mrs. O. J.I I "Wa Rent

Gainesville. They all enjoyed' rent for garage or commercial last week's elimination, andi tion. Phillips, last week. 1 FREE PLACEMENT I I ? I
i i 1 is to the New River LINCOLN MERCURY I Special Courses 224 N. W.
represent I Brush-Up.
an Easter Egg hunt. j, puposes. I: Church Schedules Mr. and !' rs. George: Est.esi PHONE 37GUIM"n'

I' The remains ot the building.. -Association of Baptist church- Grace- Methodist: Sundays i, spent the weekend in Churchill jCOMET }'ATlETCOR IGainesviJJ

A ( es in the regional meet In hool, 9:45m.- 'Worship,"1 1ajn. '! Tenn7 with Mr. Estes' parents -.' Central Hairstyling I II -

I i-I ; Jacksonville on May 3. The 1 Authorized Safes-Service:--
Evening Service, 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Es- College : -
I I ...
Bible sword drill and speaker'scontests I MYF each Wednesday 8 p.m. I jtes. Parts -
tIIv, held for I : I I \
are annually
111111111 -- i Easter Sunday was made spec I Mr. and Mr&. Allen Carter Trained Mechanics-Good 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville All
.SAVING STARCH Intermediates and Young j ji 1
l b
People. ; the. reception? five of Jacksonville, spent the Used Cars I! 376-4105 i Insulation &

-- i ; new members. There were two i i.weekend with ,Mr. and Mrs.
Personals j

GIVES YOUR IRON '! :Mrs. James Patterson spent I II baptisms.First i Baptist: Sunday\" Paul and Mrs.Bennett/,Ralph'!and Hi'gginboth-family, Mr. I Barkley Mqtors; I BUILDING MATERIALS I New Roofs CO.- :

last week at their former
School 10 11
I, I am Worship, am and Paul Higginbothamof or
615 N. :JJain, GainesvilleB
home in Texas where she went I
aon. TU, 7 Roof :
p.m. Evening Ser- Bryceville were visiting Mr. I Ridgway Roof Cleaning
to attend her father's funeral.Mr. I ,
tD.J/'G POWER I vice, 8 Young Women's .
p.m. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and I Fiberglass -

and Mrs. James Thomas Auxiliary meets first and I family Sunday. Mr.-: and Mrs. I Truss Co. I II Blown or

,, i of Jacksonville spent the Eas- { third Tuesday at 8 p.m. Junior Freeman Starling of Jack- I 8 G Motors Co.C.DILLACOLDSMOBILE. Contractor fl'
tpwW IrgrudIe4Indii'snds"tIcky Iranlng""lUm I I I
with his
ter weekend here
jillawlnj-mikii! garments scorch-resistant. i GA meets first and third sonville also called at theHarley's .Wood, Trusses! & DAY or

parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank:.i Tue days! right after school. I Sunday.Mr. I Prefabricated Opiponents 2314 NE. 19th
:11 Thomas. Intermediate GA meets first
I Mr. Mrs. Lonnie Futch i and' Mrs. Edwin Pad- F-85-IIILKMAN Any Size Free Estimates -- -
and: I
and fouth Mondays at 7:30
._ I Easter I : gett were in Jacksonville Sun- I 1132 So. Main, GainesvilleTel. JANITORIAL
: of Starke spent the
p.m. The guest speaker Sales and
Sun Service
where 372":396CoJlect] Call
in i day they visited his ) ) :
weekend in Clayton Ga., I
day was Rev. Croft of Jones sister :Mops & :\
Mrs. Charles Lang whois -- .
Blue Ridge ,; qCEMENT
D QNQNTI1DI the. Road Baptist Church. Jack- 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Brooms -
I I I : visiting relatives. Mrs. Futch t sonville. seriously m in a hospital
I_ : (i is second and third grade j, I there, PHONE 876-7313: "'I!!>Ib's -
Miss Mary Ann Moats *
j of I Rest Room ,
teacher at Hampton Elemen- !, Cocoa spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frigo, TlIE

',1 tary School.Mr. her I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Suber I Crane Motor Co. r
Ii grandmother, :,, Mrs. Effie LINTELS WINDOW SILLS
U.i and Mrs. M. L. Watterson. Miner. I and children, and Mrs. Ramon I STEPPING' STONES Don MacCl

and Mr. and Mrs. Gene I Suber of Jacksonville visitedMr. | LARK ANOLIAENGLISp
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Ful- : "If It's Cement We Cast It" Janitorial &
toi I and Mrs Luther Hilliard
U 1 Failing of Starke drove cher and Clinton Carter of I I

,1 1, Daytona Beach, for the week- i Madison, N. C., and Mr. and I and children, Sunday, 4, FORDMERCEDES Cement.. 1315.: N. W.

.;i Mrs- White of New Port Richey A family reunion at the BENZ \'OLVO ,Precast Products Gainesville

were visitors at the Meth- \ home of Mr.- and Mrs. R. L. Authorized Sales & Service 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville \

-- r odist Church Sunday. Also i Bradley was a great event for LADIES '
PhONE: 372-0933:
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorko of i members of the family Sun- "Complete Service for All

the State Farm. : day. Everyone had a grand 't Makes" C h er r
I !
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton!j time visiting. and a delicious f j CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST I Gainesville's Most

of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. dinner was enjoyed. Those I| :506. E. University Ave. Address For
1: I
i i
present this I
Horace Cox of Waldo, Mr. on occasion were ,**
: and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. and.: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carter of ,I'I PIIOXE 3724343Gainesville THAT ALL YOUR )DRESSES-
i' David of St. Augustine and'! Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. !' : Fla. CONCRETE PRODUCTS
t I, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins : Web Kersy.: Mr. and Mrs. W l- ARE THE BEST, FROM: 105 W. ACCfS ,

I of Starke were Sunday visitors ';; Ham Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. : .HODGEDARTDOlGE _

I :, of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Din- 'i Q. Smith of Starke, Mr. and i'1 Edwards Building :MATERNITY

: kins. Mrs. Paul Bennett, Mr. and TRUCKS,
: I
gvI 'l | Supply, Inc.
Ilrs. Spurgeon Massey Mr.
I ,; Mrs. Jewel Roberts and I Sales Parts-Service

I Mts. Effie Miner attended the and Mrs. Garey Bennett and 726 S. :Main-372-4844 :!

I funeral of Mrs Elizabeth'' children of the respective families -; USED CARS TOO' Stork
I Gainesville Fla.
j I 1_ Special Occasion I
Thompson in st. George Ga. ,
It I I
t I II last Thursday. She had made !j Poole-Gable 'Motors I I E\rry Day
her home with her daughter, PENTECOSTAL J, 119 S. E. 1st Ave. Gainesville : i I Formats-Long '' I

I Mrs. L. E. Roberts for Jim Shorb-3Ia& I
several I
I 324 W. Brownlee St. !' PHONE 372-4343: :
years. I BABY ( I
, Clyde Wainwright of Bar- i, Sunday School 10 a. In.! Electric Motor' :114 So. Maii, I

tow spent last week with his I I MorningWorship, 11 a. m.|, AUTO SALVAGE II
I, .- -i- parents, Mr. !j Evangelistic-Service Repair'Co.tkF I MEN'S STORE
I and Mrs. H. C'I 7:30 p. rn.Prayer ., rfAIN'ESYILLK INC.COMPLETE tl
Wainwright. ',
j Meeting. Wednesday "
IPauPs Auto Salvage j H. M.
7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick! !
_ Mrs. Dolores Widner of St.I : ELECTRICMOTOR
Augustine visited her parents at all services.-David T. Mo 1 I We' Buy Wrecked Cars At :, SINCE

, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling, ,i Ghee, pastor. 1>OP PRICES SALES AND SERVICE Curlew Suits

: over the weekend.- !f !I "Distributor of Arrow, :Norris '

HI Mrs. Joyce Futch visited I| All: Makes & Models. Used New-Lincoln Motors' & Underwear

Mr. ,and Mrs John Wyrick ; l.\ TilE CincClT COURT OP Parts PHONE '78318l Stacy Adams '

and Miss Mary Julia Futck THE niGHTH JtTHCIALcmmT Teletype Se -tce--We will find Bosch Sh'Sutson oe*.
oe JlLOJUo.n: 30 S. Main. Gainesville
In Tallahassee Friday'to Sun- ..iXO''OR BRADFORD COf.t- any part for you.Phong I, & )[ "

day. TY. I:> CHA:\CERY.. 37,64512S. '( i I I 1 S-E. ,First: St. ,I
r.. !,.
,' S.: MaIn Gainesville '
Miss Arthurine Blanchard rI In re: Petition of"-
I of I, Enyujuel :cieic I Kl ndt!. (, .- .- .- ".... MONUMENTS, I
Jacksonville was the week-1! Cent \ 'FQ.f\da{ \ Tilej I' .
.\VI- :\Q lt X01;' %QF AUTO TIRES t

F LO Blanchard.Mr.end visitor. of Miss Enza' ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS. .. _.. ,- -- -- & MarbieCo. i iPAA vUe
R !
IDA TO; Mrs Xora CUrR. Kloadea FOR THE- BEST. IN I CARPETS BrLee's & [
and Mrs. Neal Phillips General Delivery! ,;.CUd-jwici, I Marble I
and Kennie, recently Gain IJC'O"gia .'* 4&t Monarch. Loomt eavc, cETIY:
YQI\ Are Hereby tlfJd that Cars TrucksTradgNi '
: ,
: esville. are making their'home a petition has Ua &: )
flied In the !
:i ikThLiSiLUf: \OHft G/ade. 4 (Y4<< Rubber' Room Size-Wall to \ 'all
< Ti] I ; ; l ) I
__ __-_ 1 : ,- - : temporan r With!; MrPhillips' Mrs'; 'i) Nick boye Klondes styled rourt for the by "jpinlniuj adoption ;1,I Factory Trained Recapper Installation Lettering & i f

grandmother" : of. Uriah ars Ru ch, Jr., a and Kentile Dpjnestic fc : ; .
Mae B. Wells. nrayr, by :jii id PJtUjlontr, and English The capping Armstrong' I, g I|
One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group ; I Floor\ 4 !
you are requiredto serre A'I: I Coverings :
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat, Coffee Tables
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Mrs: Cara"' Hodges". '.'and Mr.| copy .of to)show f'Urnewer cause-why or .Mid;XbjtctHjps -i!6 i COMPLETE: LINE : OF tJ' j

."' 1' .s" and' Mrs. Jams Djurham. of petition' ihouk1not, be granti'd.A i i', ':'im ,$.,)laIn, tJ'ff't TILES, MARBLE J .2125 S. E,
____ f Petitioner,
i i r
I'"- .. 4- .. -4 J' I 1- tr > .I Jacksonville visited Mr, and Uip- J;* J* F"** v Gainesville. 372-2197, ,1540 V1dQ J'pd..G'3 6-tii i'9 j Gajp.qtWe .

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Chopped, Shaped Cubed .
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TTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTY1 worthwhile organization? byes. suppers, but this is the first I and any such claim or demandnot a suit for Custody of a minor according to law. ,

KEYSTONE Membership is open to all at The nine hole club championship steak supper we remember. so filed shall be void. child has been filed against you April 15th. 1963.LEWIS.
II VIRGIXrA W. SMITH in the above named Court and M. AYER
: $1 each. Contact any of the qualifying rounds Tickets will be $1.25 for adults I
I As executrix of the Last Will cause and you are required to Administrator of the Estateof
HILITES above named members, or see will be held Monday, April and 75c for children under 12. Home and Testament of Junius M. serve a copy of your answer or N. W. Mansell. dec.

; Mrs. Lawrence, the Library. 22d. PersonalMr. Smith, deceased. pleading to the complaint op First publication on April
First publication April 18, the Plaintiffs Attorney Green 18th. 1963.THOMAS \
...."" &&&&& & On Tuesday afternoon, Apr. Junior Club Names and Mrs. Richard Rine- :I 1965.LAZONBY.::. & Green Starke Florida and & PIERCEAttorneysatLaw

,. 23, there will be on Open Woman of the Year huts and daughters of Port DemonstrationNotes DELL. GRAHAM file the original in the office of \
'(Continued from Page 8)) WILLCOX &: BARBER the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 203-305 North Temple
House at the Keystone Heights The Keystone Heights Junior Crane. N. Y. were weekend
Attorneys for Executrix.P.O. or before the 20 day of May. Starke, Florida
.. Library starting at one 0- Woman's Club held an guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Box 123Gainesville 1963; otherwise the allegationsof 4-18 4t 5-9

:Chief Engineer, Bud Ownbey. 'clock. This will be in observ., installation of officers last Dey and family on BrooklynLake. Florida said Complaint wIll '\8 takenas
New members include Joe 4-13
4t 59NOTICE confessed by
ance of National Book Week Thursday evening in the educational Mrs. Rinehuls and Mrs. This notice shall be publishedonce IX THE CIRCUIT COURT: OP
?$3ey Bill Bill Turner
Hand! Dick Spence-Thomas. April 21-27. building of the Community Dey are sisters. On Mondayof By Dorothy Ross 1 OF LEGISLATIONTO each week for four consecutive CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IX
Please try to come and see Church. All incomingand this week Mr. and Mrs. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN weeks in the BRADFORD AND FOR BRADFORD
fiends of Library Home Demonstration Agent : Notice is hereby givenof COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Dated COUNTY. IX CHANCERY.In .
what a fine library we have outgoing officers were Rinehuls and Janet continued I intention to apply to the 1
Organized Here this 16 day of April. Petition of
.* "Just 14 months later" given cortages of yellow flow- .to the southern part of the 1963 Session of the Florida LegIslature 1963. Emanuel re: Nick Klondes

., On Monday. April 8, a [since the Woman's Club Fire ers and blue ribbons, the club state to see all places of Interest for passage of an act CHARLES A. DARBY. AMENDED NOTICE OF I
:meeting was held to organize I the substance relating to Brad- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
that itJ.Women]. colors. Mrs. Jerome Johns of and Judy remained to' Strawberries defeating your own purpose ford County, Florida; authorizing By Janet N. Carter, ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
3.;"Friends of the Library"movement TO: Uriah Sears Burch Address
Golfeiu Starke was installing officer. visit her cousins until the end Strawberries are one of our if you leave clothes in the the board of county commIssIoners Deputy Clerk. Unknown. .

.- in Keystone Hold Tournamentand She presented each outgoing of the week when she will best sources of vitamin C- same water any longer because contractors, to require general (SEAL) You Are Hereby Notified thata .I
Heights. builders merchant- 4-18 4t 5-9
.. LuncheonOn officer with an open rose, join her parents for the trip equal to the orange and soil will re-deposit on builders and subcontractors to petition has been filed in theabovestyled 1
court by Emanuel
Friends of the
.s are Monday April 8, the symbolizing the realization of home. grapefruit. You need some them and they will be more secure certificates of registra- IV COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. Kick Klondes for the adoptionof
interested citizens- both menand tion providing for exceptions IX AM FOR BRADFORD
> Women's Golf Association their aims for the year. Each food rich in vitamin C daily.It soiled in 30 minutes than providing; that it is unlawful to; COUNTY FLORIDA.In Uriah Sears Burch, Jr., a
women- the community held a 9-hole play off for incoming officer was presented strengthens the walls of they were in the shorter time. violate this act; providing fora re: Estate of minor, by said petitioner, and
who work to promote the ;you are required to serve a
the winners in the Team Play a rosebud, symbolic of their ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL the blood vessels helps resist For extra-soiled clothes, bet- board of contractor examinersand N. W. Mansell, dec. I copy of your Answer or Objections -
:welfare of the Library. its powers and duties: pro XOTICE
Tournament that has been goIng potential to accomplish much CHURCH infection, and helps in ter results are obtained by viding for funds to defray the All to show cause why said
creditors of
at Friends of the Library are of the estate
on the past several weeks. in the coming year. healing.In washing them a second time costs of enforcing this act: providing N. W. Mansell. deceased, are petition should not be granted,

II :needed to help further'Library Winning team was No. 1, Roses were also used to Rev. Wm. W. Worstall, preparing strawberries, in fresh water and detergent.Hot with for other reciprocal counties agreements hereby notified and required to on Thomas the attorneys& Pierce. 203-205 for petitioner North.!
-policies and prOil'amsto focus ; pro- file any claims or demands
which included Eva Hall El- decorate the refreshment table. Vicar. NEVER let them stand in water- about 160 degrees viding an effective date. which they have against Temple Avenue Starke, Florida,

attention on not only the va Steadham, Faye Mangel, Kitty McGlave bestowed the Daily offices, 8:30: aoa. to water. Rinse in about three removes more soil CHARLES A. DARBY. said estate in may the office of the and file the original in the offIce -
I :'facilities but also the Wed- Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford of the Clerk of the circuit
on I 5 Eucharist
, p.m. Holy county judge of Bradford County. -
and Lois Olson.A honor of the title of Woman clear waters quickly, dipping than cooler water. White and County, Starke, Florida Florida, the courthouseat Court on or before May 2nd,
'needs of the Library. They in
I nine-hole tournament : of the Year on Kie Ridaught, nesdays, 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist berries in and out fast. Drain colorful linens and cottonsare It 4-18 Starke, Florida within six 1963. Herein Fail Not or a decree -

'are as important to a library was played, counting only the and presented her with a beau- on 1st and 3rd Sundays well and remove caps Ber- safe in hot water, but calendar months from the date pro confesso will be enter
,1 as, the PTA is to a public each month. Morning Prayer XOTIPE TO DFFFAOIV of the first publication of this ed against you.
'" even holes, with handicap. tiful bracelet. Kitty was the ries are delicate and will lower temperatures should be CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD notice. Each claim or demand WITNESS my hand and the
shool.! Librarians and Library -
i This was won by Erma Rush- 1962 Woman of the Year. 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany bleed if the caps are taken off used for wool, silk, elastic, COUVTY. FLORID must be in writing and must seal of said court at Starke,
Board members alone Service on any 5th Sunday. before ] IV CHAXCHRY. Case >o. 13- state the place or residence andpstoffIl'e Florida this March 26, 19 n.
ton and Ruth Hammond, who Annual Ball GameTo washing. synthetics, and fabrics whichare 229.
address of the ,
:cannot make the library the' : 3unday Evening Prayer, 7 p.
Match Junior Club Strawberry Dessert Contest not colorfast.Too John Vincent McKinney.Plaintiff ant and must be sworn to by Clerk of the Circuit CourtS

-real educational force it tied.After the Tournament, a With Lions, Apr. 26 m Last week we announcedthat little detergent won't! the claimant, his agent, or his ( AL)
:should be in the community I vs.Caifle attorney, or it will become void 4-18 4t 5-9
"For it's two three the prize winning have enough cleansing
luncheon was held at the I Ii I one, recipes power i McKinney.

,-it' serves. ,I i home of Mrs. Lois Walker. four, five, six, etc. strikes FIRST BAPTIST in the recent strawberry to remove the soil, and too Defendant, I to- -

: .Officers were elected at the I j i Plans were made to draw upi and you're out, at the old ball KEYSTONE HEIGHTS dessert contest would appearin much detergent actually pro-. TO: Callie NOTICE McKinney TO APPEAR, Rt. I, Box

April 8 meeting. Mrs. Marie I II I i i club charter for the WomI game . which may J. R. Smith pastor, Ralph this column. Mrs. Caldwell'spie tects the soil from the full 139 Lutz Florida. STARKEBUSINESS I

JBlrd was elected president: I en's Golf Association by the or may not sound like a familiar won first place and we effect of the machine's clean- You are hereby notified thata
Copeland, Minister of Music puit' for Divorce has beenfiled
Mrs.- Nan Muir, treasurer: present officers and past offi song. And if this year's and church organist. hope you have tried here re- sing action. The amount of against you in the above

:Mrs. Helen Lawrence, secretary I ball game is anything like Services detergent you needs depends named Court and cause and you DIRECTORYAUTO I
: Sunday cipe.We to of
are serve a copy
; Mrs. Hilda Dey, publicIty cers.On Monday. April 15, qual-, last year's- may take ten 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship were not able to get upon the volume of water your answer or pleading to the

: chairman. Mrs. Lawrenceis ifying rounds were played for strikes to get a member of Mrs. Nazworth's recipe in time used and the hardness of it. complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
i 10:50
: a. m. Training Union
library clerk also. Other the club championship matches. the Junior Woman's Club out. for this week's column, but Research shows that best results Lex Green Starke. Flor-
7:00: p. m. Evening services ida, and file the original i in the I
members of the group are Ju- In the Championship flight, All thing- and much more I 8:00: p. m. You are invited to we hope to have it next week. are found when all- office of the Clerk of the CIr- AUTO REPAIRS SERVICE I

O. -will toe happening at the Instead, Mrs. E. L. Matthewsis low-sudsing deter- cuit Court on or before the 20
:Jlius Hanson Richard the following matches will be purpose,
family Prayer time witiua. of 1963 otherwise the
day May
jf! rrhee, Mrs. Hazel McKay played: Eileen Lee vs. Pansy Keystone Junior Woman's sharing her recipe with gents are used at the rate of allegations of said; Complaint i Earl's Garage Gardners

Miss Gertrude Houser and Hawes; Freda Wyman vs. Club vs. the Keystone Lions I you. Her entry won third three-eights to threefourthscup will be taken as confessed by ALL KJJTOS OF

:iVt. and Mrs. Fredrick M. Doris Ottinger: Gena Christ- Club game on Friday evening, place. for each 10 gallon of soft you.This notice shall be publishedonce AUTO REPAIR WORK Gulf ServiceEvery
t Galge.J offers vs. Elva Steadham; and April 26, at the City Park : CHURCH STRAWBERRY PIE- water. A little more detergent each week for four consecutive AU Work Guaranteed Mechanical Service

J' :l1r. Hanson is president of Mary Brokas vs. Vesta Aiken. Game time is 8 p.m. There KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. [Mrs. E. L. Matthew's recipe] may be needed if water is FORD COUNTY weeks in TELEGRAPH.Dated the BRAD- Phone 969-2964 General Repairs Automatic

"the County Friends of the Li- The first flight matches are will be homemade cakes, cook- A C. Holt, Minister. Mash one pint of strawberries hard. this 16 day of April So. Walnut. Stark

'brary. and Mrs. Bird Is sec- Erma Rushton vs.Louise Logs- ies, and candy. Also cold Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. ; put over low heat and I 1963. Transmissions

]retary-treasurer of the Coun- don.Faye drinks on sale. Admission will Morning Woship 11 a. m. Pioneer let come to a boil; add one TilE CHURCH OF GOD OF Clerk CHARLES of the A.Circuit DARBY.Court. AUTO SERVICE GULF PRODUCTS

:tygroup.a Mangel, Zee Tones, be 50c per person. Each ad- Junior and Senior Youth cup sugar and three tablespoons PROPHECY By Janet N. Carter, TIRES BATTERIESCor.

Would you like to join this and Su Dwyer all received mission ticket will give the Groups, 7 p.m. Mrs. GeorgeA. cornstarch; add one- Deputy Clerk. Gilbert S. Brown Temple & Rt. 16 Starke
0 Brooker Fla. (SEAL)
donor a chance to win a fourth cup cold water. Let PHONE 964-6781 1
I Canova, organist and music 4-18 4t 5.9NOTICE Standard Oil Service Station
transistor radio which will be bou about 10 minutes. Set
Sunday School 10 a. m I ATLAS
door prize after aside to cool. OF LEGISLATIONTO FLORIST
given as a
can't Line bottom of baked pie Morning Worship 11 a. m. WHOM IT MAY CON- i TIRES & BATTERIES
the fourth inning. You YYYY YTYYYYYTYTYY YTTYV Prayer Meeting in Homes Any- CERN: Notice is hereby givenof I
Irnc icsWIOCERY afford to miss this! crust with slices of cream whereAnytime.K. intention to apply to the Budget Terms: Road Service Colonial FloristHAS

Community Church News cheese: ; place whole strawberries 1963 Regular Session of the Phon 964-7071
CLAY HILL J. Rominson, Sr. Pastor. Florida Legislature for NEW OWNERS 1
On Holy Thursday, the Senior on top of cream an act to amend the passageof Charterof 407 N. Teo-5>le, 6tarke Dot Bagwell, Mgr.

Choir, under direction of fly Airs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAALAAAA&AA& cheese. Sprinkle powdered sugar IX THE COURT OF THE the City of Starke, in Brad FRESH FLOWERS ,

Mrs. L. A. Canova, renderedthe sparingly over whole berries COUNTY JUDGE BRADFORD ford County. Florida, relatingto Dodd's Service & I'
: & MARKET Cantata, "Seven Last just before pouring sauce IX PROBATE.In To require a majority vote t
Words of Christ." Death of Jim Carter over berries. re: Estate of for the Election to office of Auto Sales Flowers Wired World Wide I
Jnnius M. Smith, Deceased.To each Candidate for Electionto Starke Phone 964-6291
sauce of cooked berries Rambler Sales
Jim & Service
Carter 68 t
On April 22, Monday eve- a All Creditor. and Person Office of the City of
Mile North
: Of City Limits-U. S. 301 ning, the Men's Club monthly resident of Clay Hill, died in is cool, pour over the Having; Claims or Demand Starke.CITY GENERAL REPAIRING LANDSCAPINGWE
whole berries and Against Said Estate OF STARKEBy
his sleep last cream ,
William Thursday night.
will be held.
; You and each of you are here- : :Merrill Edwards, International Lifetime
ladies His death was unexpected cheese in the pie crust. Cover SPECIALIZE IN
The as notified
: Warren is president. by to present any City ClerkIt
OPEN 7 DA YS..7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. will be invited to this he was apparently in good with whipped cream that has claims and demands which you, 4-18 FIRESTONE Mufflers LANDSCAPINGAND
I been flavored with vanilla or either of you, may have a-
meeting, and each will bring health when he retired for extract gainet the estate of Junius M. NOTICE TO DEFEND Tlre!, Batteries Accessories NURSERY

: SALES PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., : a ,covered dish. Supper time, the night. Mrs. Carter discovered and sweetened to taste. Smith, deceased, late of said IX CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD 528 8. Walnut 964-3861: Private and Commercial
Decorate center County, to the of FLORIDA
of pie with County Judge COUNTY
i 6:30: p.m. that he had passed whole berries, if desired. Bradford County, Florida, at I> CHAXCERY. Cane Xo. 13- PropertyAlso
: At the Easter Service the away when she went to call his office in the court house of 228. Hurst's expert tree removal aid
Get the Most from DetergentIf said County at Starke, Florida, Wesley Thomas.
and Mrs. him for
i small son of Mr. breakfast the next
MILK 3 tall 39c within six calendar months Petitioner Trimming.Your
-- cans you're sometimes disap- Service Station
Floyd Baker was baptized by morning.A from the time of the :first pub- V8.Pearl Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I the Pastor, Dr. A. C. Holt. The native of the Clay Hill pointed with the results of lication of this notice. Each Janet Thomas Hamm, -SINCLAIRGas

SUNNYLAND David Lome. section your home laundry perhapsyou claim or demand shall be in Respondent Oils Lubrication Tri CountyDevelopment
C child was named he had been engaged -
aren't writing and shall state the NOTICE TO APPEARTO
PICNICSa LB. Both Youth Choirscarol in farming most of his life. letting some of the place of residence and post offIce : Pearl Janet Thomas Goodyear Tires & Batteries

and Celestial. and the Senior Besides his widow Mrs. Ella new soaps and detergents do address of the claimant, Hamm General Delivery, Jack- ROAD SERVICE Co.
I their best. and shall be sworn to by the sonville, Duval County, Florida.
", TIRADE Choir, rendered Easter an- Carter, he is survived by claimant her agent her attorney, You are hereby notified that 706 S. Walnut Starke 964-6111 Lake Butler HY 8-4887
AFRYERS First, read the product labelto
thems at both services. four daughters, Mrs. Lucille

- LB. Memorial flowers were sent Whitehead, Mrs. Evelyn Mos- check whether your soap I
I or detergent contains water
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. ley, Mrs. Shirley Harris, and a
by softener bleach, or bluing. It NOW SEE WHATS NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S
Schroeder, in memory of Mr. Mrs. Bernice Coody, all of
ROYAL may not be economicalor
and Mrs. E. J. Lavey; by Mr Maxville; four sons, Frank

'LONG GRAIN RICE. 5 Ibs. 59c and Mrs. S. E. McKay in t Fred, James, and Johnnie necessary-additives already to duplicate contained these in II

memory of Mr. and Mrs. W. Carter, all of Maxville; one

the product. _ _
H. Smith; by Miss Gertrude sister Mrs. Dora Johns; Max- ..... .
BLUE ILATEMAYONNAISE Research shows that 15 to
in of James ville two brothers Robert
C Houser, memory ; 20 minutes is the maximum I

--Ql. Houser; by Mrs. D. O. Stewart, and Clyde Carter, both of time needed to wash clothes

in memory of D. O. Stewart; Maxville; 26 grandchildren, for the best soil removal. I J
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. and one greatgrandchild.Funeral ..
by Lightly soiled clothes are :*:::. ,. ...
BLUE PLATE Walrath, Sr., in memory of services were held cleaned in less time. You're .j9 : __ __ __ __ __ _

SALAD DRESSING Qt. Frank M. Walrath Jr.; by at 11 a.m. in the Long Branch

Mrs. Donna K. Walrath. in I Church with Rev. Clarence 11
Mrs. Maude Prevatt, by statement ---
'\ memory of Frank M. Walrath, i Knight officiating. Burial was
; two of her daughters
Jr.; and by G. E. Wiggins, in ';. in the church cemetery under I
HERSHEY'S Sharon and Norma Jean and I
SUGAR 5 Ibs. 54c I ;
memory of Mrs. Ella Wiggins. | direction of Key-McCabe Fu-
also Dottie Sue Rosier Ced-i
t'f Mrs. Walter Grolick's Circle:: neral Home. I ric's daughter.

V :: celebrated its members' birth- I I Our pastor at Highland,
KOUNTRY KIST We are all hoping that this
luncheon party on '1 I Rev. informed
days at a George Chism
CORN-2for 29c Easter Monday April 15. Mrs. I us Sunday that his brother- I cold Easter snap in the weather '
: our last cold for this 63 CHEVROLET
Helen Egan and Mrs. Mar- in-law died about the time Mr. !1
spring. Most"of us were glad
garite Grennan planned the Carter did. The funeral was
GA. RED J we had an old sweater or
luncheon, and were assistedin I held at 10 a.m. Monday in
i some wrap to crawl into Sun-
TOMATOES 8 cans $1.00 serving by Mrs. Grolick Moniac, Ga. Our deepest sympathy -i i day, even if we had to cover

Mrs. Arthur Mannering, and I goes out to the family. I up those pretty Easter dresses. I

PURE LARD .. 1 gal. jar 99c Mrs. William Walz. Everyone i Another of our Highland'

missed the Circle's faithful members, Genevieve Stewart, ITUP.' CIRCUIT COURT OF I

secietary, Mrs. Jack Haber- I underwent surgery in St. Vin- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-

PACKAGED stroh. who is currently convalescing cent's Hospital in Jacksonville CUlT OP FLORIDA AXD

"SLICED BACON 1 lb. 39c at home, and was I Tuesday morning I IX FOR CHA'XCERY.BRADFORD CASE COUNTY Xo.,

unable to attend.St. Nellie Wilkinson of Clay I 13.::::.

William's Church Hill is improving slightly in Vincent Joseph Spengler

JIM DANDY c Sunday Masses through April health. .vs-Plaintiff, Divorce

I will be held at 10 a. m I M. T. Knight conducted Flora Estelle Spengler, &- 4 -
GRITS Defendant. ,- ; re
LBS Summer schedule will resumein Prayer Meeting services at the NOTICE TO APPEARIN ____ __j -

May. Highland Church Wednesday THE NAME OF THE STATE Front buckets and Impala elegance. Solid quiet Body by Fisher. With Powerglide or the 4zpeed'i > .
:Mass on Sunday, April 21, night. We have been feelingtoo : Flora Es-
teUe Spengler whose residenceIs
will be a High :Mass, and every "weak and worn" to attend : care Mrs. Ed Sanford, -

'MEAL. thereafter.On Route 2 : _
third Sunday for the past two .or three Uattiesburg, Mis _
the sissippi.
the first Sunday -
'. You are hereby notified thata SUPER SPORT

GOOD, LEAN FRESH GROUND Children's Communion Sun- We have all of the pictures suit for divorce and other J. _
the Children's Choir relief has been filed against you --=- p
day that were taken of the Home .
in the above named Court and ,
BEEF LB On the second and I
49' will sing. coming services at Highland, cause and you are hereby required -
fourth Sundays of the month and they are really nice. The to serve a copy of your

the Dialogue Mass will be re- ones of Auntie Easter Wilkinson answer or other pleading to the
complaint on plaintiffs attorney -
BREAKFAST I cited. are very good. Some of Theron A. Yawn Jr., whose

Lb. Roll AU those receiving Holy the pictures will be at church mailing address is: Post Office
SAUSAGE $j Drawer 340. Starke. Florida, and
Communion are asked to approach next Sunday for the ones who < file the original thereof in the

the altar rail by the want them. All they will costis office of the Clerk of the Circuit -

center aisle and return to Court on or before the Cth ,
the price of the prints you
LB. t day of May, 1963. If you fail to / _
CHUCK side aisles. --- ---- ----
ROAST 49c their seats by the want. Come to church and do so the allegations of said

You are reminded that cof- hear M. T. Knight preach,I complaint will be taken as confessed Seven smooooth engine choices. Comfortflt* j is what we call it. CHEVROLET
by and decree :
you a pro
"' fee and doughnuts are servedin and get the pictures you would
I confesso entered against you Super Sport eqtapmenit cwiZolZe on lotk Chevrolet Impala Cmuati&U
QUEENFLOUR10Lbs. the recreation hall after like to hare for the relief demanded in the
I complaintThis tad Spai Cnpe (sham o6ow). Optional at extra mL
Sunday morning. 1
every Mark [better known as
I notice shall be publishedonce
Coffee and two doughtnutsfor ; Mutt and wife of
25c.Steak I Jacksonville] Hornsby visited the Strick each weeks week in for the four Bradford consecutive See four entirely different. kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer1. ..Chevrolet, Chevy II, Comir and ConttlAU.

Supper Planned I land's Sunday afternoon. Mutt County Telegraph a newspaper A
of general circulation within
St. William's Catholic Club I is Jim's nephew, and this is said County and State.

will hold a Steak Supper in the first time they had seen i DONE AND ORDERED this

: 12c OFF the Recreation Hall on Saturday -; each.other in about 12 yeArS.j Sth day of CHARLES April 1963.A. DARBY.
evening, April 20, from t : The Highland S U Clerk of the Circuit Court Inca

: Large Size BAN DEODORANT 5:30: till 7:30 pjn. Our town I School had 60 present last I.II in Florida.and for Bradford County, I

has seen chicken barbecue,''I! Sunday. The Intermediate By: Janet X. Carter

pork barbecues, fish fries'!! Girls won the banner again I Deputy Clerk

I i fried chicken dinner, spaghetti -,'j i with a grade of 71.There were I (CIRCUIT SEAL OF COURT THE ) : I S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE: 964-3900

0 -- suppers, and even turtla J four additions to the church: I MS 4t 5-9


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