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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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June 13, 1963
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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29 TeachersAs L : Pay Hikes Given I School Districts COllflict

Bradford Terra County Ends schools r )Ij T#' County OfficialsA With Squeeze Starle' Plan

J will lose 29 of their 156 teachers ; bill raising the salary of $8,500 was necessitated.The .

this term. three more than all county courthouse officials officials had requestedat ---

last year. $500 per year has been passedby the first legislative hear- Bulletin: School Supt. Harmon

But a survey of all the 4, the Legislature Represen- ing in February that their Morgan said this morning -

I county school principals indicated tative Arch Thomas Jr. said salaries be equal but not [Thursday] that a special

I that hiring replacements Wednesday.It more than the highest paid meeting of the School Board

, will not be difficult due Ml; was pointed out, however, fee officer. It was pointed out ::., Et n ltg existing boundaries has been set for 9 aon. tomorrow *
to the closeness of the University that those offices still under that the highest fee officer for : *
of: Districts 1, an3 5 to S Friday June 14, to
of Florida. Principal the fee system the county 1962 was County Judge T. A. ..:, consider Bradford County's re-

, Tom Casey of Bradford High ,,\r 4 clerk, tax assessor and tax Yawn who made 9200. : AI'OO portions of the 1orP districting problem.
School, who has by the far 1 The Legislature also this '
will "
collector. not immediately
ih j\l.9\t : QpiiQs Districts 2 and 3.The "They threw us a curve,
the biggest turnover each term passed a bill switchingall
1 benefit if their offices do not School
term, has already hired rePlacements do a sufficient amount of bus- county judges in the stat was the way Supt.

for 12 of 16 .-' ,.. "'v 1...... ,... -,._ ,m'.1 -:4k! <.'.Hi".Jf 1.r iness. Officials who will immediately from the fee system to a bud- Harmon P. Morgan put it
teachers leaving and has ten- benefit since their get system. The sheriff and when he applied the county

tatively engaged four additional -; Mrs. Sistrunk (left) and Mrs. Whitten I offices are operated on a bud- the school superintendent were commissioner's "Squeeze

teachers his school will i I get system are the sheriff, already operating their officeson S Starke" redistricting planto

be allowed next school term !.I Retiring Teachers HonoredAt county judge, and school su a budget. t the school board and
No names have been released perintendent. Only officials to be affected found two members in the

however since final contracts immediately by the increase district.The
Hampton .
According to the courthouse
have not yet been signed. I would be the non-fee offices.
BEA Luncheon Last officials themselves Tax As- : future of the commis
Hampton and Brooker Jun- FridayTwo :
sessor Gene Long and Tax : sion's squeeze plan has become
High School are losing
collector J. R. Kelly would even more uncertain this week
two teachers each, accordin County Board
to Principals Charles France county school teacherswere I County SuperIntenent::! Har- soon be able to benefit from : J11 : since the School Board has

*nd Jim Temple. and Lawte honored last Friday, Jum?i mon P. Morgan told the tea- the increased ceiling on their said it cannot adopt the plan

Junior 7. at a luncheon meeting of chers that "From my stand- salaries but County Clerk even if it wanted to becauseof
High Principal Connie _
Clark reports he is loslnp I the Bradford Education Association point this has been a good Charles Darby would require Settles Men'sRoad S i S a Florida law which says
three teachers. J. C. Hobbs : upon their retire- school term- and you just I a years to reach that amount. I .S. that no redistricting plan can

principal at Southside Elementary I ment after a total of 75 years don't have those without good Salary on all the officialswas I move a member out of his

School and P. T of service. I people good principals and a set at $7.500 except the DisputeAlthough --S S district. The "Squeeze Starke"

Noun principal of Starke El : Mrs. Loca Whitten. Brookr good faculty." school superintendent's which plan which has been tentatively

ementary School, each report. Junior High School, and Morgan also told the teach- was $8,000. The increase will :-- : -; I adopted by the commission -

I ed that three teachers aJ'f.. Mrs. Edna Sistrunk. Starke ers their legislative program give them $8,000 except for re-districting occupied :: S "for further study" put

leaving. But Nolin has onl' I Elementary School, were both this year "did even better the superintendent who will most of the time at School Board Members W. E.

one teacher to hire and Hobbs honored by their fellow teaches than I thought it would." He get 8500. Dnjer state law the two-day County Commission L S--9 I Ic Lawson and Rodney Hall bothin
I : Friday. Mrs. Whitten is I meeting last week, a few
said he had been afraid that I the superintendent must be the Hampton district and

two.Teacher turnover in Bradford I retiring after 44 years of the present session of the paid more than any other other matters of minor importance .. leaves the south Starke district -

County is usually heavy teaching experience all in Legislature would: be like the I I school official in the county were considered. 'A- ;: j without a. school board

however, due to the numbei Florida. and Mrs. Sistrunk one two years ago when a thus raising his salary to mong these were: -: 1 member.
after 32 of teaching all I Settlement of a road dispute -
years of
majority the
of wives who are putting their legislatorswere Because of this developmentand
in Bradford County. I between O. U. Bonifay
husbands through ir antieducation.Under because the School Board
:: Paving Completed I and in the I
The closing of the 1962-63 Dowdy
new law passed by I
Gainesville. The principal; in 1957 adopted a resolutionto
school term culminated for Miles Heilbronn area. The men were
the On 4.2
I present Legislature tea-
airee, however, that they i I have its districts coincide
informed that the county
Mrs. Sistrunk a career in
would be hard for chers will receive a $350 a- with those of the
pushed replacements county com
if it were not for Bradford County which beganin cross the board pay increase. Of State Road 16 owns the road. and neither "Squeeze Starke Plan" or Plan 1 for redistricting tentatively mission Supt. Morgan is now

1931 when she taught her Teachers on continuing con- party can obstruct it In any adopted last week by the Bradford County Commission.
the university.Supt. attempting to arrange a joint
Work has just been completed .
first term for $45 per month. tract [with three
years experience -
way.A meeting between
Harmon P. Morgan School terms here then ran on widening and repav- request of B. T. Thomasfor Finances Improved : commission
in one county] will 33 Seniors
has said that the county four Starke Road and school board to seeka
Ing 4.2 miles on of' wooden
eight months from July to. receive another $100 and teachers the re-building a \
more teachers next year to I 16 from Penney Farms westerly graded road solution acceptable to both
on a
February to allow students contract
bring the total to 160. Thr I on continuing Plan To Seek boards.
I to the intersection of ., Canal !
time to help with the annual with 10 experience a across. Sampson near .
number of teachers a county Mrs. Sistrunk i iI years I State' Road 21 near Camp Graham was granted and Commission Gets Morgan said that Plans 2
strawberry crop. $200 boost above the $350 if
is eligible to hire is based on I, Blanding.An Road Foreman R. E. Jones More School and 3 would be more accept.
says she paid $15 per monthfor they have scored 500 or above ,.*
the school's average daily at > able to the School Board in
room and board and had Teachers Examination unusual feature of the was instructed to start work
the National
tendance [ADA and Bradford on improvement project is that; at once. Thomas said that In so far as they do not appearto
.1 $30 left "to spend. Mrs. Whit- This would give a Commencement exercises
High Is expected to add four ten's career began even far- first year teacher in Bradford a large number' of magnoliaand large trucks hauling feed to: Favorable Audit the Bradford High School auditorium disrupt any board member's

teachers Additional rooms ther back. in 1919, and most County a salary of 4150. oak trees planted some his broiler plant could not last Friday night saw district.

have been added to Southside of it has been spent in Brad- also abol- 35 years ago were left stand- cross the old bridge safely. 118 seniors step from the Another factor that makes
The Legislature
Elementary to allow for trans- ford County. ing between the pavement and R. H. Fogarty a salesman, According to an audit report supported by invoices and "hallowed halls" of learning, the future of the commis
ished the teachermeritpaypassed
fer of students from the "When I started teaching 1 in 1961 under which drainage ditches along the requested that the county, for the fiscal year of 1962 bore evidence of audit by the as they shifted tassels from sion's plan uncertain is that

Starke Elementary school and thought it would be fore just only 30 per cent of the teach- highway. road he lives on be named so I received in the office of County Clerk. Evidence of receipt of the left to the right side of much work remains to be doneon
needed for
give room expansion one or two years, I never he could give directions to I Clerk Charles Darby Wed- goods and services was lack- their cap "en masse." any plan which is finally

there. I. dreamed I'd ever be retiring" I ers in Florida could get an Racing Funds truck drivers who make deliveries -, nesday the financial condition ing in several instances. Dis- Class President Dan Dodd adopted. The resignation of

Teachers leaving or retiring i Mrs. Sistrunk said. I extra $400 if they scored at to him during the! of the Board of County Commissioners counts for prompt paymentwere was the only 1963 graduating the commission's redistricting

are: I 1 A Good Term least 600 on the NTE. Teach- Are DividedA night. The board agreed that, is good. with much not taken in some in- senior who had the honor of plan-man Charles Hardy put

Bradford High School-Ann t at the luncheon.l t ers objected strenuously to the the road [old graded road to I improvement over prior years stances. having his tassel turned for I the board In the position of
I Speaking check for from the
Butrick Burney Winkler. An- $6,000 Lake Casius made. Centralized '! finding someone who Is both
i merit-pay plan because of the Kingsley by being purchasing pro- him by Supt. Harmon P. Mor
nabelle Simpson, Linda Lyle, : 1 race track tax funds has been Strickland and Fred Stern I The report states that the cedures were in effect. Al- gan. It has become custom.I, qualified and available to carry -

Frank Reeves. Joan Manning.I Bill Passed I ITo 30 per cent limitation the Leg- sent to Bradford County according places would be called Th Board on September 30, 1962 though bids were usually obtained since BHS graduating classes.I out his duties. Hardy has

James Smith Rozelle Kasler, I islature placed on the meas- to County Clerk Charles Strickland Road. had net cash resources of on purchases over $500 have grown larger, to graduate termed the board's squeeze

Alfa Linn Anne Haigh. Carolyn -i Appoint ure. Darby. At the request of Buford L $29,240 available compared to as required by Florida law them en masse.A .1. plan "ridiculous," in a letter

Durak Charles LYle. Total received by each coun- Mitchell. president of the Civ- a deficit of $15,910 on the there were a few exceptions."Not threat of rain last Friday I printed on page 7 of this issue

Ruth Hollingsworth, Dave Marshal Edwards Buys ty to date for the current ic Round Table, the board L same day in 1961. The Board all petroleum product cause Principal Tom Casey to .I of the Telegraph.To .
) Hewett. Jayne Silcox and(Lawtey fiscal year from the race had also reduced its deferred made pursuantto
agreed to adopt the slogan:: purchases were move the ceremony from the File Suit?
Mary Sweet. I j 10 Angus CattleJ. track tax fund is $199,000 or "Bradford the County 01, debt service by lease-purchase competitive bids. Purchasesof football stadium to the audi-I. Still another uncertainty in

Hampton Junior High''! Law tey's city clerk Mrs $6,500 more than each county Planned Progress" and tc agreements from $49,334 on fuel oil No. 2 for the road torium. Friends and relativesof I the redistrtctin? hassle Is the
at the M. Edwards Jr. of Starke
SchoolMrs.. LonnIe Futch Ethel Reddish reported received for the same period erect signs bearing the slogan L September 30, 1961 to $39,277 and mosquito control depart the 118 seniors crowded intention of Attorney George

4'' retiring; and Mrs. Sandra I council's regular meeting Mon recently purchased 10 registered last year. on the main highways through I on the same date in 1962. ments were made at prices into the building, filling It to I: Pierce to file a mandamus

Shever day that the Legislature the has office ,, Angus cattle from Central,I There will be one more distribution the county. The audit period runs from averaging approximately four I capacity. I proceeding in circuit court

Lawtey Junior High School passed; a bill making Feed and Service Company,I I of the race track Surveyor M. G. McMUlar I October 1, 1961 to September cents a gallon more than that This year's graduating class' I II which would require the commission -

-Mary Ann Tisdale and Rob- of town marshall appoin-I I Winter Haven. Fla. fund June 30. [Continued on Page 21 30. 1962. I purchased for county build- I of 118 was not the smallest! to redistrtct. Pierce
eit Tisdale moving to Brad- tive by the mayor. "Much improvement over the report read. '
I. 1 ings I but neither was it the largest said last week he would file
ford High School. and Mrs. ,, Mrs. Reddish said sne had received By Atty. H. V. Knight prior years was made in the that honor going to the 1962 the motion Monday but he

Marguerite Brassell. I word that the bill pass- cash position of all funds and Awards GivenAt class of 149 members. Next had not gotten to the court-

J Broker Junior High School ed the Legislature :May 10. Up adequate cash balances were year's class with 178 students house with it at the close ot

-Mrs. Loca Whitten. retiring. I to now the marshall post habeen First Fallout Shelter Completed HereStarke's carried over to begin opera- Annual enrolled at present will be the business Wednesday. He still

and Principal Tommy Hifl. I elective on a yearly basis. tions in the following fiscal largest in BHS history bar declared his Intention "to file

S o u t h s ide Elementary t: ,I year" auditor A. E. McLeod I: ring too many drop outs. soon" Wednesday however.The .

School Rosalind Grady. I i In other action at the short' first all-out fallout stated in his report. Jaycee Banquet Thirty-three of the 118 suit would be brought in
Shirley Sanders and Lois the council Milo I Ii shelter has been completed by "Financial operations were I
I meeting gave 4'Is graduating seniors plan to attend the name of John A. Torodeas
Kennedy. Smith permission to clear undergrowth local attorney H. V. Knighton usually administered in accordance County Judge T. A. Yawn,
a taxpayer.
institution of higher -
Starke Elementary School-'i from and the rightto the banks of Alligator with legal require I City Councilman Carl Hurst, some
'I learning. Schools to which Conceivably the commissioncould
Mary Christie Edna Sistrunk, use an old city street next Creek near the E. Call Street ments and good business :and Bradford High School I
I I they have applied are: simply drop any redis-
and Ruth Schneider. bridge. expenditures were Principal Tom Casey all were
to his home.It practices.
_I I I University of Florida: La- tricting plans it has started
to According to Knight. the held within available resour- i honored last Friday night,
was also paya unless is applied to
Register pressure
dell Crews, Freeman
ball structure is large enough to ces, budgets were properly pre- 7. at the Starke Jaycees' an-
for the
$16.03 light I .
Carolyn Jean Moody, Richard prohibit such an eventuality.The
FREE Shuford contain his entire family Including pared and followed, and rec- nual Installation of Officers
park. Councilman Dave redistricting study was
of! his grandchildren and ords were well kept," the report and Awards Banquet at the' I Durban. Jimmy Smith, Vicky
it has been the policy
said in
the commission
Mac begun by
I' Kouba
Gary ,
has some 760 square feet of stated. Blanding Officers Club.I
CHEST X-RAY the council to the ballpark ,
pay Hall and Mary K. Sistrunk. March at Torode's request after
floor He said it is large "Vouchers properly Commissioner George
space. were County
bill during the summer! I he pointed out the present
Yawn Florida State University:
enough to accommodate Roberts presented Judge
TUESDAY I months. i i persons sleeping in three ,,' S. Nam'edFor with the Jaycee "Good Gov-I Henree Lou Dennie, Dee Har- inequities in population under

JUNE 18 Councilman Bryant Reddish I shifts. S S, Bldg. ernment" Award, citing the! denberg and Margaret Muir., the present system. At present
reported that the city grader is I :;'; St. Johns River Junior College -, Russell Green's Brooker
his S :
Knight said he and dLt ..1r Sen. JohnsTwo Judge's many_ responsibilitiesand
still broken down and the grad I him : Lynn White. Edythe district has only 308 registered -
Bradford County family may spend one night duties and praising I
will have to be hired done. Before Dowl- voters compared to 2,413
ing in! Armstrong and Billy
to Center l
in the structure "just see new Capitol I for the outstanding manner
Health Department Councilman Wayne; Massey|I, what we have forgotten to buildings in Tallahassee will !which he has carried out the::: Ing.I for Commissioner J e r o meL
told the council of the small I : ,1 Those planning to attend l Johns's north Starke district.
9 AM.\ 12 Noon stock. But no prolonged try- be named for State Comptroller [ duties of his official capacity.
town of Esto, Florida which he and Sen various other institutions are:: The commissioner's so far
out has been contemplated, Ray E. Green i Mayor. Randal Chitty who i i I III
2 To 5 P.M.:\ said has a water system which he said. sA Charley E. Johns of Starke I also a Jaycee presented Principal j'. Sally Ann Epperson Florida have not moved with any

cost $50,000. He said the system The concrete building contains a former acting governor. A i Tom Casey with the "Out- Presbyterian; Larry Noegel speed or certainty toward any 9

Take advantage of this was obtained through an two tons of steel and bill to this effect was introduced I Young Educator" Emory at Oxford; Harriet redistricting plan except

FHA loan and again suggested! is covered with six feet of by Sen. Ed Fraser of 1 Award standing although he wag not Goodman, University of MiSsouri when pressure has been applied -
opportunity for a Chest that Lawtey can do the same. I- and ; Dawn Lamb, St. Vincent forces. It
dirt and six inches of reinforced Macclenny last week I to receiye it due to from various
X-Ray at no expense to He again hit a. stone wall op-I I concrete. r- [ passed the Senate. I commencement present exercises at School of Nursing; Mary i took them two days last weekto

:position to a water system I It; is a completely self-con- The building to be named I BHS. Ann Dally, Kansas State; Bar- finally make up their minds

you. which says that a water system tained unit with its own em- for Johns has not yet been I bara Kirchaine Pensacola Jr. -tentatively adopt" the 9

for Lawtey cannot be fi-! ergency power generator septic _J constructed. It will be used to I I Jaycee Harold Davis then College: Geraldine Gay, Central squeeze plan, voted in by the 9

,nanced. ;I tank for sewage disposal, house the Division of Corrections presented the "Distinguished Fla. Jr College; Frances rural coalition of Prevatt. 9

I "Expenses are getting to be I and a 500 gallon outside tank the Florida Sheriffs Community Service" Award to Lott, St. Vincent School of Green, and Chastain.

This Space Contributed more than our income now,"i for water supply. Knight said Bureau, and the Game & City Councilman Carl Hurst. Nursing; Joan crowley St.
Councilman Reddish said. the shelter can be stocked Fresh Water Fish Commis President Fred Smell offi- Mary's College; Sally Hardip, ,Clark Gets DegreeConnie I
Weekly to Publicize elated at the function in his
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Virginia School of
The board also granted the with food and other suppliesto I sion.
Community Events by I Masons permission to installa last at least three weeks.It I After In asking for passage of..,. final act in that capacity before Betty Jo Moody. School of M. Clark principal I

basin and run a water pipe is designed for 10,000 the bill. Fraser said it is along turning the gavel over to Technology; Vernon Conner of Lawtey Junior High School. 9
I built in conformity with government salvaged from the old Starke Incoming President A. Q. : Dryden awarded the' degree of 9
Berry College Henry was
j of the
The CommunityState to the upstairs floor of the, cubic feet of air per minute established policy
city haIl if the organization]i sucked in by fans through I I Civil Defense designs,j ji ; Hotel building. II\ state to honor its distinguished Smith. The program consistedof u.s. Coast Guard Academy in Master of Arts in Educationfrom 9
and cost approximately i The contractor was Jimmy public leaders naming a social hour, given by Washington; Tommy An. Ban State Teacher's 9
Bank ,can pay $1 per month for the;; charcoal vents. j $7.0&0.1 I by
J [Continued on Page 2] Page 2] College in Muncie, Indiana.
-![ water used. Knight said the structure is using some of the Ricks. i I buildings for them. [Continued on

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I j .Mrs. Emmett Rainey and,! WSCS Schedules Board Settles Civitans Hear i[ .
[children of Freeman Va. are: .

j visiting her parents, Mr. and Business MeetThe ,i
;airs. Floyd Green. I I Dr. JenningsDr. 30 GAL DEARBORN
I Road
Dispute !
I :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pollard Methodist WSCS will

bl \and family are visiting relatives hold their business meeting Florence Jennings, county -

j in Hattiesburg, Miss. for and installation of officers (iI guidance counselor, spoke to
GLADYS MOOTY PHOTO Ht-tt51 ia week. next Tuesday morning at 10 from Page 1) ii i I the Starke Civitan Club Tues- not \\Vater neater

Cpr. and Mrs. W. H. Johns' a.m. The executive board will I presented plat of T. A. Yawn's'':day morning about the Salvation I 1

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns*! Mary Ann Graudon is leaving I of Augusta, Ga. will spend, meet at 9:15: a.m. subdivision, "Holly Circle," Army's summer camp on ,

<'<,t Apollo Beach and sons,,d today to visit her grandparents -'next week with her parents,I Mrs. C. D. Williams will be I, which was approved, the Bedford Lake for needy chil -

tarry, Bobby and Tommy are'] Mr. and Mrs. S. A.'Mr. and ),lrs. W. C. Powell.I the installing officer. r r- f streets having been graded to dren. GLASS LINED 7

visiting relatives here. Larry I I'nvently IVentling in Palmyra, Pa. for''' Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen I I county specifications :i Dr. Jennings told the club L 4

completed the 3rdi' the summer. I and Mrs. A. E. McKinney1 I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrewsof I Having advertised a public of the many advantages such a o COMPLETELY

t-fade and at Memorial Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Garner visited St. Augustine andj Bartow and Mrs George hearing on the matter, and youngsters gains from ave.k AUTOMATIC

,xercises delivered Lincoln's'Icttysburg spent the past week in Fort'Green Cove Springs on Sunday.I Cottman of Eustis were Sunday t no one appearing in opposition t each summer at the camp and

: Address. J Lauderdale visiting Mr. and Mr. and :Mrs. A. Russell j guests of Mrs. Wesley An- ; the board agreed to a how she became involved in 8.' {10 YEAR WARRANTY

Mrs. Effie Johns had as Sat- :Mrs. Garner Jr. I|Norman visited Mr. and :Mrs.' drews. I I petition from T. H. Slade andJ. sending Bradford County chil-

urday guests L. C. Smith of| Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Glenn D. N. Denmark Sr. in Jack-I J. F. Bloodworth will re-, C. Sawyer to close portions dren to it. This summer ap-

i I'-ide City and :Mrs. Henry!'visited relatives in Columbus 'sonville on Sunday. i turn today after a week in: of four streets in Crosby Lake proximately 135 Bradford

'arter of :Maxville.: I IJ and Albany Ga. over the werkIend. S/Sgt. Ewell Lawson Jr.!Miami attending the .Parolee : Shores. The streets it was 'youngsters will attend the .

Mrs. Marie Ray of Tampa j I was home the first of the and Probation Commission con I r'- ':, ._ __ _- .-- pointed out, are not neededfor camp, she said, and much helpis i. 5

\'.. as weekend guest of Mrs.'' Larry Gibson was in St.'week enroute to his base at;vention. I access to the lake. \ needed to clothe the children $
Xelson to Orlando A. F. B. after a eight I Mrs J. F. Bloodworth and ,I Special Forces ,' "
Green. i(Louis, Mo.\ Wednesday Sat-i The board agreed to pay' transport them to the

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grider''urday of last week visiting'weeks tour of duty in News I:children were visiting Mr. and'J'J Man Graduates the bill for some oil that was j clinic for a physical and to s,..

end daughter were in JacksonVille -!relatives. He has been con-'Mexico. \:Mrs. Bill Brandon in St. Au- ; : delivered, through error, toindigent and from the camp. PER 1
.' Mr. and :Mrs. Cecil Walters'gustine on Saturday. I]From Jump SchoolSgt. i
Sunday afternoon visitingT ,fined to his home since his return |i ; ; the home of an aged, I 1 In a brief business session
Sr. of Dublin, Ga. were week-! Merrill Struth and daugh- 10XTIICOMPARE
datives i with badlv sprained
man near Brooker. Since th? the club decided to hold its
ters touring South Florida)! William E. Dampier, aj; :
end of Mr. and Mrs. are '
ankle whi 3 he receive i at the guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas I board had authorized the oil quarterly Ladies Nite dinner
'S. L. Peek Jr. and attendedthe and visiting relatives in Home-, member of the local Special i
visited friends in Clearwater St. Louis terminal. ,: National Guard unit,I dealer to make deliveries as Tuesday, June 25, in the Meth- : When Using Slade ias.
stead and Deland this week. j Forces
over the weekend while Mr.| Reggie and Gray Flynn are, graduation of Lynwood:[1 s from thArmy's long as the man was living!':odist Fellowship Hall. The } Pays for Itself Out
Valdosta recently graduated
V. Tillman of -
Walters. :Mrs. W. H. Holland Mrs. J.
Haas attended the State Ameri- visiting th>ir gran-ipcer .i :Mr.I week'' Airborne school at I the members felt they were 1963-64 officers will also be Electric {Hills)
last of High
I Ga. spent
and Dee Walters returned to
,xv!n Legion convention. The and Mrs. R. S. :McAte in responsible for the bill since :,.installed in a ceremony that
Haas four children stayed with Tampa for several weeks. I Dublin with them for a month's with Mrs. Henry O'Hara. j i Fort Benning, Georgia.made five the dealer made the last delivery night club members decided. _. I and Slow Recovery Electric
is Sgt. Dampier
of Tavares
:heir grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs W. F. Gooding'visit.Mr. I Gary Green his wings and in good faith. unaware The new officers are Bob Tur- Water Heaters.
jumps winning
and Mrs. Brad Locke visiting his grandparents,
Mis.J H. H. in Winter and son of Charleston, S. C. that the died.
r Joiner the first member 0 fStarke's man had !ner, president; M. A. Payne.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. and :Mr. and :Mrs. T. F. Hutto land Mrs. R. R. Hutchings this, is
.rk. I Ij newly formed Special The clerk reported that I I[Vice-president; Bob Ferguson,
and families of Jacksonvillewere week
j K. Davis last week. vacationing i I Forces detachment to do so.f'' Ovid Norman and Mike Ma- secretary, and Oscar Davis, ANYWHERE
Greg and Jan Davis of visiting Mrs. L. S. Hut- T. R. McIntosh is 'I'
I I member of each 10- ruca had been sent to the treasurer.
Gainesville spent Saturday with I to and family and Mrs. Shellie with friends in Deland and Fort Every
forces unit must state hospital. The slate of officers had
man special
Lauderdale this week. j
their Lucile on Sunday.Mr.
grandmother I
Davis. and Mrs Ewell Lawson Paul Clifton and Rebecca qualify to jump, however. Sheriff P. D. Reddish was been nominated weeks ago and SLADE GAS

and grandchildren spent sev. Hutchins underwent tonsilectomys -' Dampier's experience in given permission for an internal the election was completed atTuesday's OF STARKE
i iMr and Mrs. E. S. sheppard !
eral days last week in Ridge. Monday at Bradford Coun- communications while servingIn transfer in his budgetof meeting.
:and daughter. Holly, of Demo- the Guard prior to its reorganization $4,000 from contingencies The club will also
I presentits
land, S. C. visiting Mr. and :Mrs ty Hospital.Mr. Madison St. Phone 961.3551
I ipolis Ala. spent Saturday to on February 15, fund to [a] Salaries of depu- annual Civic Award to 33211'. !
:' : M. H. Jones and in Savannah,, : and Mrs. Clifford Lee I ._ __ I
Wednesday with Mrs. KateI
Ga. visiting relatives.Mr. and Connie Lee and son, Michael 1963 and being qualified for I, ties and assistants; and [bli some deserving individual at < -
t I I Sheppard and family. airborne duty makes him el- 'i i equipment. A balance of $1.000 the ladies Night. ]
and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson -' of Enigma, Ga. were
Charley t Local admittances to Doc. f i igible to be a member of a would be left in contingencies. -
of New Orleans, La. ar e Sunday vsitors of Mr. and Mrs. -
tor's Hospital this week in-, : special forces group. 1 1I Approval was given for the "'

E. :!elude: :Miss Lucile Kauffman,I spending their son-in-law next two and weeks daughter will,I J. E. Hardy. I Qualified individuals inter ]purchase by the county of an AT 9 Save and Have .;'

!':\\Irs. Myrtice: Spence, Mrs. Hajzd -. Mrs. J. A. Scanlan and ested in becoming a member i j :IBM typewriter for County '
Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith Jr. Hh
I Courson Mrs. family of Vint Hill Farms,I Judge T. A. Yawn at an M p II' 1 Vfith t '
Johnsabout Virginia Mrs. F. O. Perry and Mrs. I of the Special Forces and receiving j I II approximate I S

r I(Shannon, Mrs. Barbara Brown,', H. C. Ledtje of West Columbia Warrington several, Va. arrive weeks today with I! this type training are j cost of $414. Judge l1lJIIJ S&H Green Stamps -,

this question: land Mrs.\ Lydia Johns. Texas spentlast wee k to spend i invited to visit the local National Yawn said he had no surplus I : 'J
t Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. and' funds with which to make the ;
| Darlene Hobbs was a patienl: Guard Armory during I
with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holt
_H( like the Homeowners from ; family purchase for his office. I
... way my -tin Doctor's Hospital I zendorf Sr. at the lake anc the day or during training

Policy combinesthe .I j Thursday to Monday for blood I also visited their mother, Mrs: I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and assemblies. It was agreed to declare an .. .

residence coverages I poisoning.Mrs. R. Coolbeck at Tyus Convales: family of Miami visited Mrs. old-type radio in the sheriff's 'IP

need into one package poUr George Jones and children cent Home. \W. G. Haile Tuesday night en-:A. R Austin department as surplus property ]I' DOUBll :; 1
of Jacksonville are visit route to Winston-Salem, N. C. so that it might be disposed ( "
} at less cost. Does the Harold Beasley of Mobile,I .;;' j
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs,. Ala was weekend guest of Kathy Haile remained with her' Funeral Held of.The. ; : ,
Agency Clyde Priest this week. grandmother until their re. i: board discussed the .. .." .. ).
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith. Tuesday At Santa Fe'
:Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch turn through here. '
FICE; BUILDING PACKflE I Mr. and Mrs. William G. I proposed sale of a quantity of STAMP DAYS 1
and granddaughter, Pam, ol f t Randy and Charles Coleman at the
surplus property now
\ POLICY for eitherfilom"'uwners Cooper Jr. and family of Chat- Archibal Ralph Austin, 64, !
Gainesville were Sunday evening of St. Matthews, S. C. are I II jail and asked the clerk to..
tanoogo, Tenn. are visiting of Lochloosa died in J. HilliS
or tenants at about.r guests of Mr. and Mrs. spending several weeks wit!L
could about
what he do
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon. after
'. Miller Health Center an
:2o'v savings in premium! Jim Ritch: and Mrs. Daisy Per'J their grandparents, Mr. and Cookie: Mathews will be extended illness Sunday June i il ,

rw Charley E. Johns ryman. twirling instructor at the twirl!Mrs. H. B. Hamilton. 9. He was born in Starke I was agreed to help water .IT'S A FACT. .
FirtljOf h
Judge E. K. Perryman oi(: Mr. and Mrs. Donald l 1
ing camp at the University ol February 3, 1899 the son of palms that are now being setout
Starke and son, Emmett Ferryman South Bend, Ind. are visit I Il
Agency South Carolina next week. Is in a beautification project
Lacy and Leila Austin. He was
of Bethlehem, Pa. attended ling Mr. and Mrs. Roberth Firtl l I ; "" I
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Inkle- a member of Duval Lodge F. 'j on U.S. 301 North. FOR 2 DAYS--FRI.1 & SAL JUNE 14--15 7 ,1
PHONE 964-0121 ; the 50th anniversarji :in Starke and Mr. and Mrs : ,
barger have moved to Keystone S & A. MShrine, Morroco ]
class reunion at Emory a1I t .Ed Firth in Keystone Height
131 S. Walnut St. Heights after spending the Temple, and Christian church :
I Oxford, Ga. the weekend. several weeks. j I Il
past school year in Orlando. Fishing at Horse Shoe las t l Mr. Austine was with the ,,, THE RIGHT POINT for the : \;
clair's home on E. Call street. I
I I Railroad j
East Coast
week were. ..,Mike! Darby? Mall e Florida _way. you write. Come in and
I:\\11'8. Sinclair and !
I. daughter;Seymour[ Joiin Adams Mercy; 1M' Jact'sonvlWforfi3& -years!', select favorite ESTER- .Ii"
Evelyn! have moved back into When transferred to West I I Double The Amount Of S&H :
(their home after spending the j Moody, DeWayne McRae, Bub Palm Beach in 1955 he was BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- :.;,
ba Moody\ and Wesley Moody
past school year i nOrlando. I Ii ', GEM'11. ,
} LORIDA [ Commercial Agent, in his new
I Planning to attend the State!I Mrs. Gladys Harrington visited assignment he was division

;BPW convention in Jacksonville -Ii :Mr. and Mrs. Billy Harrington agent. He retired in 1959 and I I Green Stamps
and in JacksonvillE. II
i during the session Thurs moved to Lochloosa. I I .
Fun For All
!day to Sunday will be Margaret -:[on Sunday.
Surviving are. his wife Mrs .
: Brown, Desta Dyal, Del-.i Col. a.1dlrs.\ J. A. Griffuihave 1 "' c. "
I j
-THEATRE- f lone E. Austin of Lochloosa, For All Cash Purchases In Any Department
'la Rosenberg, Gladys Scholl.': returned from ten day s one sister i Mrs. Alva S. Smith' SCOTCHDOUBLES i
Bea Farber Bertie Olson and:in Fort Knox, Tenn. where Col'
of Gainesville and a number
1 Etta Fay Gill. I II I I Griffin attended a refreshe of nephews. ATMITCHELL'S
Mr. and :Mrs. John P. Jones,course and several day.. in Rip-
OPENING TIME Funeral services held
and family of Batavia, Ill are i ley, Tenn. visiting friends. were
MONDAY THROUGH{ FRIDAY June 11 at 10:30 in
I Tuesday. :
spending several weeks with DRUG STORE ;
6:00 P. M. I DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins.:
,Awards Given
SATURDAY Rev. R. B. Keys pastor Eastside :
1:00: SUNDAY 2:00 I :Mr. and Mrs. George Kauf-
Baptist Church, Gaines-
mann and family and Mrs. R.j(By Jaycees
.1 C. Pekie visited Six Gun Territory -j ville officiating. Burial was in "Yes, It's StoreWide"Double ,. --I i

Fri., Sat. -- June 14, 15 and Silver Springs on;i,I [Continued from Page Onel Santa Fe Cemetery, near
I II iI Hampton, under the direction i +s
: I Sunday. President and Mrs. Snell, fol- of Jones-Johnson Funeral'Home. Your Stamps At Our
Mrs. A. L.
I Crosby Jr., and I II lowed by the Invocation bj' EVERY

I daughters were in Atlanta, Drew Reddish. There were 77 *
NO.2 Ga. last Wednesday to Satur- ,persons in attendance consisting PRESCRIPTION COUNTER
.G Lnn" Hope :hI h- I day visiting her parents, Mr.\ .!: of Jaycees, their wives, and.1 Mrs. H. L. Brownlee has THURS. NilE SUNDRY
I ;, and Mrs. H. W. Townsend. guests. returned from two weeks visit

fo L oge Ch I1 S I CRIME MAKERS EXPOSED!!,i her:Margie 14th Dowling birthday celebrated Saturday I!'I President Snell welcomecthe :j i Limbaugh with her sister in Lakeland., Mrs. T. N. ., CALL 964-6261 OR FOUNTAIN AT

guests which included Ii
I For Information
with a matinee party for four i: i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews, ThMpsMitchell's
B Her Judge Yawn, Councilman Hurst, I
H.i. girl friends.Dr. I'!Principal Casey Carl Johns,:j I and Mr. and Mrs. Leighton ..

) H. G. Bollinger was in Art Holliday, and Coy Alvarez,!! Hood and children of Palatka Stance{ Lanes Drug StoreWe ;

i Orlando last Saturday and .National Director of the Florida -: were weekend guests of Mr. "

Sunday attending an Insur- i I Jaycees. Both Carl Johns and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and AMUSEMENT: :\ Cnt'lo

J. .. ance Senimar relating to insurance I and Holliday are past award;:I:1 I,, attended the graduation oi CENTER Deliver -- Just Call 969-1431 w

l problems arising from' !! Billy Dowling.
M Industrial and Athletic in- I.
i 1 ,'I Director Alvarez at the close J
j juries.
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i l of the program installed the' ''"' -
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Mr. and Airs. C. P. Tison of - -- -- -- -- -- .
.tu",d !!i incoming officers in traditiona]I'',
j Fernandina Beach weekend
were -
9 ;Club The officer
ceremony. :
= HEPIBERTI.OM''jE guests of Mrs. O. L. Beas- The
i ;
I :|are: A. Q. Smith, president; A I
I An AtilEO ARTISTS Release :, ley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid- i Gregory, 1st vice-president

: ucotw'txd1ISiorSun. j Pfc. Marvin Brown of Fort:!i Frank Durden, 2nd vice-presi-i; GATEWAY &RVICE
I Knox, Ky. is home on 14 days.lea'e.
--- 1t'.1 u (C 4i1ISI: $ dent' ; Bill Walker, secretary;; better

Dr. D. W. Wh fen, treasurer; ,
; Ray Goldwire of Big Island,:'Lewis Irby, local directory;

; ., Mon. Tues., Wed. -- :1 Va is home this week with I Ervin Andrews, local director;

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- [and Fred Snell, state director

June 16 17 18 19 bert Goldwire. The Goldwires i
I' The banquet was follow SPECIAL *
also had as weekend guests, [by a dance. I

!i Miss Ann Gravlee of Tavares,:I

| Mike Goldwire of Columbia,I i eetc AUTOMATIC LaborTRANSMISSION

l! S. C. and Bobby McGee of j 33 Seniors Plan
: ;; Ocala. -

I. -".';r- "1;'.;.' I Coach and Mrs. Charles ;Higher i i( Education OVERHAUL $4Q00 AUTO. THAN. SERVICE

is'HUDlUTO Lyle and son have moved .to [Continued from Page One] TV N E -U P $A50

-- w I Lakeland where Mr. Lyle has Any Make or Model .

I : ,SUfllpOltNa,,, 1 !I accepted a coaching position drew, University of North (Minor) Plus Parts CHANGE TRANS

1ilh11 > ffiWWDOUGUiSNEALde "I at Kathleen high school. Carolina; Cookie Mathews,' 6-Cylinder Plus Parts OIL
.. WILDEThursday I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnip- '. University of Georgia; Lynwood CYLINDER Slightly Higher When you drive your car in Gateway ChevADJUST BANDS $$895 .
I .
P VI II Ia 1All CtdGfltE1DI VA TIAVKKaII I versity: Chuck Moore
be-weekend ; Lake
Point Ga. will
Ii k $ xzre aYEi8Efu1El APIRAYIxIOIIE:1ASE Complete Repair Shop in North Florida. Includes New Trans. Fluid
I guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. City Jr. College, and Jack f
., repair all makes and models with Gen- .
Adams. McComb, Air Force Academy. I .
Friday June 20 21 I $$650Ve Factory Parts. This, combined with BRAKE ADJUST1IENT.ALIGNMENT
I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Noegel : F EE
and daughter Sharon are in Recent Births Factory Trained Men assures you of a WITH ANYSPECIAL

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM I' Durham. N. C. this'eet Better Job at the lowest possible Price. !

.II o 11'0.1 NO. 2 I where surgery Sharon at Duke will University undergo Ii I I[ announces Bradford the County following Hospital 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES Q DRIVE IN TODAY!

1 Hospital. :

: Sinatra WAU'DISN Mrs. W. L. Blair has returned i Mr. and Mrs. James Adkins
: Laurence Harvey1' tha .hgnd of .:l'r.\. after 'three months with': Starke, a daughter, Brenda VISIT OUR YOU CAN TRADE
I her son-in-law and daughter, Millie June 8. I OK USED I .
Janet LeighManchynan CAR Gateway t Chevrolet t INC YOUR WAY AT
: 1 Mr. and Mrs. Don L. McCann Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goodge, LOT FOR BETTER GATEWAYCHEVROLET

the ffa' Omo, in Highland, Ind. I Starke, a daughter, Terry BUYS! ,
Mrs J.- W. Lee of Atlanta. I I June June 8.

: Candidate f Wli f.._1 --mar-..wru...- ( Ga. is spending two weeks r Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng,, r 301-NORTH-STARKE PHONE 964-3900
with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Sta ke, a son John Phillip, I

,I Mrs.. Jim Chasteen. ., June 10.kL.L. 1 -,-- "- :'- --c.--: < .--::, :. ___ .: _- :_-..._-.-- _'.---.'. >-._-_- ':-: ;- L' : .:- -__= .j '--:>-::.->:>__- ::":-- !< -1;< ; ; ,':.- -:.:-' ..;.;;;"-,;: ;;;;=:' :-::.::;:'..--::-..:,...;. i


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Two Parties Given Miss Kay HartIs ,Mrs.. Worthington, Mrs. Parrish, / l Roundtable MeetIs -Methodist- Ladies

!In Honor Of PT : HonoredAt Honored At Shower Recent Bride, j Postponed :. Bible Class

I I,Miss WainwrightMiss i Bridal ShowerMiss !Feted At Party Luncheon
Miss Sandra Lee Holt, whose I The June meeting of the, Enjoys

I T marriage to Paul Worthington j I Bradford Civic Round Table i, .
Betty Lou Wainwright, Kay Hart, prospective Miss Idell Landrum. whose ,< The Ladies Bible Class of
I has been for
I was an event of Sunday, I postponed one
II.( GLDY8IOOTY! PRONE 964-0851 I prospective bride of July 14, bride of June 21, was the in:; I the marriage to Parrott Alton I week. 'r the. First Methodist Church
was inspiration for a love- S
.' was honored at two delightful ,, spiration for a lovely bridal i,1 Parrish Jr. was an event of ,. enjoyed a luncheon at the
Their dinner be
bridal will
ry shower given Thursday -i meeting
parties the past week. shower last Thursday evening i i 1 Saturday: evening was honored I I home of Mrs. Elmer Olmsted
Alethia Williams Mr. UnitedIn evening May 30 at the held Garden
at the
I i. Redding Mrs. George L. Patten, Mrs. given by Mrs. Broward, Capps II I at a lovely dinner party on Restaurant. !!! last.-Saturday.
I St.
\ Mark's Parish House. Hostesses June 21st
Hampton Baptist Church CeremonyBefore George B. Flynn Sr. and Mrs. '' rf at her home on Wilson Road. | I Monday evening, June 3, at Friday evening at The buffet table was attractive .
j were Misses Pam Parker 7:30: m.
I James Phillips Jr. gave a Artificial floral arrangements j the Garden Restaurant. with a yellow linen
Betty Jo Letha
an altar banked with j I C. W. Slade serving the cake.I lovely miscellaneous shower were used to decorate : Enjoying the affair with the cloth and centered with an
Prevatt and Mrs. Jane Allen. L A. WynnCelebrates
green and coral and white, For her daughter's wedding for Miss Wainwright on WedI I I points of interest in the party I The refreshment table was former Miss Landrum were arrangement of purple and

gladioli, Alethia Williams be-::Mrs. Williams chose a pale blue I nesday afternoon of last weekat rooms for the occasion. The overlaid with a yellow satin Mrs. Jim Chasteen, Mrs. Rob- I yellow garden flowers
came the bride of Lonnie Ar-1 knit boucle dress, with a corsage -i the Patten home on E. j refreshment table was covered : ert Turner Mrs. Jim Brown Fourteen members of the
cloth and centered with a ;
thur Redding, Jr. at Hampton, of white roses. I Bridges street. 1 i with an antique white lace II 'beautiful arrangement of mix Godwin, Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. 87th BirthdayL class enjoyed this delightful

Baptist Church Saturday evening The bride\, newly graduated, Artistic arrangements of .W." cloth and centered vith'l Al Harley, Mrs. Glen Conner luncheon and social affair
i ed summer flowers. Miss
June 8. from Bradford High School mixed garden flowers were ',<<.< white floral arrangement. At I I and Mrs. Don Nee A. Wynn of Whipoorw lj
The double-ring candlelight I last Friday evening, was a used to advantage in decorating i / p<--N: one end of the table was a Moody presided at the punch I The dining table was lovely Cove, Hampton Lake celebrated -:
4., .......... i bowl at one end of the table. j! i his 87th birthday June 4-;Danny Cowen
ceremony was performed byr i!winner of the BPW award and points of interest in the _. :;:-' crystal punch bowl and silver I i for the affair with two arrangements -
Rev J. E. Norman, of Lawtey.;,!a certificate award in busi-| party rooms. The tea table in : -. ...... trays and compotes held dainty I played Appropriate during the games party hour were i'! one of roses and with a family get-to-gether[Hosts Party

The bride is the daughter of :ness. Mr. Redding, a 1961 grade:> the dining room was covered cakes, nuts and mints. carnations and the other of and cake cutting. Those attending -,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams(i i6f uate of BHS, is presently em-1 l I with a handsome outwork,j Mary Joan PabstEngagement Standing in the receiving i: and prizes were awarded to {j white daisies. this affair were On BirthdayDanny
the winners. Mrs'l
Hampton, and the groom's';ployed at DuPont. After a|;I cloth and centered with a cut i line were Mrs. Capps, Mrs. W i i The honoree was presentedwith Ted Duncan of
Told !( The hostesses presented the I I Cowen was host at
''J I Mrs. Ed Silvernail and daugh.
parents are Mr. and :Mrs.: Lon- short wedding trip, the couple:i glass bowl holding mixed I II : H.Hart, mother of the honoree : bridal gifts from her I I ;
nie Arthur Redding Sr. of LaW':;are making their home in an:1 I flowers. Mrs. J. R. Wain-"I j'To Mr. Harrington Miss Hart and Mrs. Zary) honoree with a silver serving hostesses as a memento of the I I ters Wynn and Jennie Mrs. a teen-agers party Saturday

tey. !i apartment on North Cherry St.! wright. mother of the honoree i Crawford, mother of the bride- i j dish as a memento of the oc-'. I occasion. Purvis Hazen and daughters, r evening for his cousins. Doug-

Given in marriage by her 1.m: Starke. I and Mrs. F. J. Shaw, motherof I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen groom-elect. j ji I I casion. I I Joy and Mrs. Janie Shoap of,! las, Ronnie and Alice Sue El-

father, the bride wore a traditional the bridegroom-elect pre- Pabst of Jacksonville anj i Mrs. Capps was assisted by Mrs. Maurice Wingate assisted :First Baptist .l Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. J. T- dridge of Griffith, Ind
white of !'I' sided at the punch bowl. j i in serving the 60 invited .. Quigley of Starke. f The twenty young folks enjoyed .
long gown or- ,8th Graders : nounce the engagement and : Mrs. J. C. Smith, Mrs. Mar- ]i!
; ganza over taffeta, with tiers The hostesses presented the approaching marriage of their. garet Andreusen, Mrs. Lilly Honors Seniors games. dancing and re

falling to a full train at the'Sponsor End honoree with a three piece 'I daughter, Mary Joan, to Marion Ann Johns, Mrs. Lavora I With DinnerThe Beta Sigma Phi freshments in the carport of
back The scoop-neck fitted School Party Corning ware set as a Stephen Harrington son ,f Spradley and Mrs. Virginia I Bridge Party Sets Social the Cowen home of W MadI-

bodice had long tapered sleeves,!]jOf to of the occasion. memen-I of Mrs. Gladys Harnngton of : Dodds. "Given To Honor Pecan Room of the Garden son Street during the evening

and lace medallions scattered:, Members of the BHS 8th Assisting in serving carI I Starke and the late Kenneth Twenty-five guests were invited Restaurant was the setting -,This Friday I-
over the skirt were re-embroid- j: ing for the 30 invited guests Marion Harrington.Miss to call between the Mrs. AbercrombieMrs.
I gracte class gave an "endofschool" :I appointed for a delightful dinner I Hate you an old refrigerator,
were Mrs. George Canova and The Beta Sigma Phi sorority -
ered with sequins. Her elbow hours 8 to 9:3.0.
dance and last Pabst, graduate I !
party I II a ofj party Thursday evening fan
;I r tool* you no long,
Mrs. George B. Flynn Jr. Jim Bloodworth entertained j will have its first summer -
length veil of tulle was held School !
I Thursday night at the American Alfred I. duPont High } by the First Baptist Church ."5r nfte. Convert them Into cash
I at a bridge and canasta social and card party *t
In place with a rhinestone Hall. received her bachelor arts honoring their BHS senior!
Legion of Boir.. phone 964-3101
and ask
tiara, and she carried a bou-, On Saturday morning Miss I :Moore Recital party last Wednesday, June 5, the home of Mary Ruth Simp-
The hall was attractively degree in history from Jack-; graduates. I for duslftod.
quet of white carnations. i Wainwright was honored at honoring Mrs. Abe Abercrombie I son at Raiford on Friday eve-'
decorated with pastel colored sonville University, where':she !Held ThursdayIn A handsome red carnationand
Miss Amelia Williams was I' a lovely Coca-Cola party at i who 1 is moving to St. Au ning, June 14, at 7:30 p.m.
crepe paper streamers and was a member of Beta Chi white stock floral arrangement j..
maid of honor for her sister,I I I multicolored balloons. I' the home of Mrs. Vernon Sil- II Alpha Sorority and Green; Lawtey gustine. centered_ the _banQuet -

in a bell-skirted street length,i The 75 teen-agers enjoyed cox. Hostesses with Mrs. Sil- Key, honorary society.Mr. II i The three tables were covered table decorations. Graduation /

dress of pale blue satin with'J I dancing, games. and refresh- cox were Mrs. Donald Carter, I Harrington, a graduate 1 Mrs. W. P. Moore presented with pastel cloths and place cards and favors flan NOW bra suceecfof{ ...
centered with miniature flower
I and Mrs. Merrill Struth. j her piano pupils in are-J -
fitted bodice. She carried a ments during the party hours. of Bradford County high marked the seating arrange-
nosegay bouquet of pink car-'! Chaperoning the party were i Summer flowers in attrac- I school, will receive a ,bachelor j! cital Thursday, May 30, Jnj! arrangements. Dessert was ment. VACATION. BIBLE SCHOOL

nations. Bridesmaid was :Miss: Coach and Mrs. Charles Lyle, tive arrangements were uses i of science degree in .business< ; Grace Methodist Church at,j jj served prior to the card play- I The party honored Alvin

f'rances Lott, and junior brides- Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. Bil1 i to advantage in decorating; '| administration in December j Lawtey. ing and dips and various Howard, Patty Kay Lyon, -

maid Miss Sue Fowler,1 i I ly Dowling Mrs. Stanley Noe- points of interest in the party from Jacksonville University. i Appearing on the program crackers were served during I. Lynwood Walters. Pam Parker, Come7nand

t niece of the bride. They wore'''gel and Miss Faye Alvarez. rooms for the occasion. The The marriage will be solem- I were Kathy Casey, Lamar and the games. I Arlen Bias Angela Siemer, The/ frivdlfli God's highway

matching dresses of blue satin,I tea table was lovely with a nized Aug. 17 in St. Mark's i, Loraine Priest; Mary Mari i Bridge winners were, high Steve Edwards, Henree Loa see news '

with nosegay bouquets of 'blue:Jan Thompson white linen cloth and centered Lutheran Church in Jackson- 1 f garet and Marie Smith; Jer-i Mrs. Drew Reddish and low, Dennis, Tom Titus Chuck j Scnpfwe Press coyft3tt.

: with an artistic arrange ville. ry Redding, Kay Brewer, Joy i Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns. Can- Moore, Vicki Devrick, Edward maVIS
and pink carnations. Little ::
\IiSSj Now is lie time to begin planning fof OA9SCKIPTUU
Sharon Williams, sister of the I Host FriendsOn ment of the same summer. / Sapp, Richard, David, awl: asta winners were, high. :Mrs. Christmas and Carol Searing. : Vacation Bible School. .and we ara "'''P Of P
flowers. Crystal appointments! Barbara Kirkland Rita Rowe!! Abercrombie, and low Mrs. the dinner with PuSS
bride, was flower girl, dressedin Birthday I UDC Holds ; Enjoying ready to help you plan the most successful
pink organza. I I held dainty cakes cookies and I Linda Devore Bonnie Rosier,! John Torode. the grads were their Sunday,: VBS you Lave: ever bad.Como CQUIHMcr

Ed Mosley of Lawtey was' Jan Thompson celebrated sandwiches.The Annual l PicnicThe Mary Florence Norman, Sha-I A cut glass dish was given i School and department su- in today to see tho auny ncw'.itant" ..

I best man, and ushers were William her tenth birthday last Wed- twenty-five invited ron Tatum. Barbara and Sue to Mrs. Abercrombie by the I' perintendents and teachers: I on display FREE! nf:

and Jerry Redding, troth-(!'! nesday afternoon when her guests included Mrs. J. R. W. T. Week's chapter Brice; Bonita Fay Green, Karen hostesses as a memento of the Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins, _-_ -_ _ a -' visGUIDIIOOK TO ,

era of the bridegroom. King; mother, Mrs. W. B. Thompson I Wainwright mother of the UDC held their annual cov Lee, Jerry Dempsy and occasion. I Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. l\lyl-1 KUT' XOU NAN

bearor was Roger Redding, took her and nine friends to I II honoree. Mrs. F. J. Shaw, mo- ered-dish picnic and installa- Renee Moore. Attending were twelve close dred Cuttino and Mr. and i, SCITpflll'l kit contains PAIl hin&e ettual* .- Story 'W?L Lrful

brother of the bridegroom. j I Kingsley Lake for a swim ther of the bridegroom-elect, I tion of officers at the Kings- Refreshments were served., friends of the honoree. I Mrs. H. A. McLeod. .publicity."'p''.*ittnu of i..a end...h ell, .

Following the ceremony, the party.: Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Sr. of 1 ley Lake home of Mrs. W. B. |I at the close of the program I tiondcraft...In a C.I- -

wedding reception was held at'' They returned to the Jacksonville Beach and Mrs. I Mundy on Wednesday of last by Mrs. :Moore and Miss Rachel 1]Landrum Wedding I I Recent BirthMr. i4IvI..CNLT$5.U.. Wlai .,. A $7.5(1( i SEfl

Hampton town hall. Basketsof Thompson home for cake and I Frank Hatcher of Orlando. week with 18 attending. Boyer of Jacksonville. j 4.- .NEW vif mvl' l

pink and white roses and: ice cream. The birthday theme I The hostesses presented the I The Mundy home was attractive Party Hosted and Mrs. David Sand- 'TtAVUINGCOO'S HI ttWAY"
for the meeting with
mixed bouquets decorated the was attractively carried out in honoree with an engraved After Rehearsal s back, of St. Augustine announce -
colorful of Mike Lawson
room for the occasion. The:' the party decorations. ver cake knife as a sn-I hllies. arrangements day the birth of twins, a For o c01/lp111.lITtdi/ &el Yoeatfca &fi Sdioollllofr 9r,.,.
three-tiered white wedding brance of the occasion. Celebrates 7th Mr. ana Mrs. Merritt Han- boy Robert Bradley and girl,

cake was topped with a mini- Rotary Club To Assisting in serving and Following the picnic lunch num Williams were hosts ata Barbara Sue in Flagler Hospital EFFIE SUTTON BOOK
Mrs. Lester Crews, second STORE
attire bride and groom, with Have Ladies caring for the guests were Mrs. i Birthday delightful dinner party Friday -! June 9. Mrs. Sandback is I

petit-four cakes alongside NightStarke Jim Chasteen. Mrs. S. G. Denmark vice-president, presided over I II evening in the Pecan the former Dottie Sue Biggs I II 502 Hogan St. Jacksonville, Ha.A .
trimmed with yellow and green I:i Mrs George Roberts the meeting. The nominating Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson room of the Garden Restau- I I of Starke. ,
Rotary Club Ladies '
flowers.\ Jr., Miss Kathy Struth and committee presented the same j entertained at a birthday rant honoring her daughter,
-- I
Night Friday June 14, 7:30: slate of officers as ,last ye rand party and weiner roast Thurs-
Mrs. D. L. Silcox.
I Miss IdeU Landrum he
Presiding at the punchbowl and
at Starke Golf and Country they were unanimously- day afternoon June 6. for
fiancee, Parrot Alton ParrishJr.
was Mra. William Fowler,
siS.1 Club. accepted :Mrs. F. B. Beard installed -' their, grandson, Michael Law- .
following their wedding
ter of the bride, assisted .
Dr. Frank Goodwin of U of at
Zipperotebooks $2.49
the officers t, son on his seventh anniver- ,
Mrs. K B. Watterson, and Mrs. F will be guest speaker. I Bradford f-ountv T ]elO'a1)b. rehearsal.The I
sary.The I I guests were seated at ;
birthday theme was A
a long T-shaped table which
.. used in the decorations and ;I '
For nnn. ctnn Vacation Fun working rubber on the road. As a result, you get .. ..!:;. colorful balloons were used at held greenery a center interspersed garland with of

hUll more mileage-because the load is spread over vantage points in the party yellow larkspur extending 1i I I1

count nfl longrunningATI more surface, reducing the strain on each individual rooms. The refreshment table I down the length of the tables.
Ull was covered with a. Flintston i Centering the main table was : .
point.And you get safer,surer stops from party cloth with matching'i an artistic arrangement of

AQ TIRES Want the happiest ATLAS' better traction-plus easier steering, napkins, and centered with a I II I shasta daisies. ; ; !A 4' '1

HILJid J vacation everThen less side-slip on turns, real control. Our famous beautiful birthday cake. The I I During the evening the honored MEN KEEP COOL f J'.1/I'

keep your mind on the road, not on your tires! Twin Guarantee is honored by 50,000 ATLAS ten youngsters were given favors -I couple presented personel

And you will!! if you travel on the new ATLAS dealers in 50 states and Canada.Come in today! of straw hats and festive I, gifts to their attendants. IN A SHORT SLEEVE ff \/
party tops. The 20 guests include:! ,
Plycron, the tire that puts up to 25% more STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) An appropriate game wasplayed members of the wedding :
,-' ___4 .v qo" ... ... r. ... .,. during the afternoon. ty, the immediate families : Dress Shirt I

I i Assisting in serving and and out-of-town guests. \ ... .
I caring for the guests were I c I
Mrs. Jesse Newsome and Mrs. ,Cheryl McRae ;

I David Lawson. Celebrates !I I 99AND299jd' \

( _. I Madison Street I 13th BirthdayCheryl 1 ,

Baptist Honor McRae celebrated: Stay well dressed, yet cool and .. .. .

\ \ '. l Senior Members !her. 13th ,birthday Tuesday! comfortable in a shirt of wash 'n j '
j morning: with a splash party! ,
broadcloth $3 .S
'I wear or white on white Y., I
for nine friends at Strick-! i. 'il
of the Madison
1' Members with "
regular collar. .
or an ox- (
\ i& Street Baptist Church: entertained j land's Landing: ford cloth with button-dawn collar. ",'

at a banquet Thursday i! After the swim in the morning -; Full cut with long tails. Stays dazzling Cfris
; evening of last week in the the girls had a weiner,
( white '
after countless wash.
: : recreation building for i roast for lunch. 1 1
: j' : church '
I' ings. Sizes 14/ to 17. .#
their eight senior graduates. :Mrs. Julian McRae was as-:

Honored were Geraldine ;;i,sisted by her daughter, Judy.: 65% Dacron, 35 V. Cotton Short stuve

Gay, Pat Silcox, Linda Black- i!i t I. White Dress Shirts ................... .. 2.99 .
well, Clarinell Cooper Free |Sock Hop PartyAt I!

man Register HI, Vernon Con-
ner. Glenda Chesser and Ben! State FarmThe j

Allen Centering in. the T-shaped State Farm Community : Men's Summer Dress ,Slacks :

dining table was a beautiful : Center was the scene of a''

arrangement. mixed flowers I delightful sock-hop last Saturday !

and of fern extended I evening for the teen ;
down the length of tte "I age children of the prison em- j Choose from regular, ivy or continental styling 9 9

table. The intermediate Sun- I ployees. ; in handsome solid colors or muted plaids. Wash'n
\ served The 35 young folks enjoyed :
day school class girls
Arnel! and
wear or Dacron
\ games. dancing and refresh- : rayon rayon. AND
,f cb \"Yi't. \\ the guests.
_________ "cI \ "' : .- With the eighth.grades enJoying ments during the evening. ,I Sizes 29 to 42. 5.09

the affair were Mrs !'
I : ___ W H. Willis. WMU president. Mrs. Thad Smith j

__ and Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Dun-

___ agan.The graduates were presented Stork Honored ShowerMrs. At 1 1I I Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts

_____ S 'S' ____ ,t with gifts from the churchas
a memento of the. occa- Thad Smith was hon-
sion. ored at a lovely stork mover: _

Tuesday evening given by
___ :
Holt Party Mrs O. J. Underhill and Mrs. 99t
Ernestine Underhill at the :

& 4 \VAk Is EntertainedMr. home of the latter.Appropriate .

I games were
; L 4. 4 and Mrs. Robert L.I I played during the party hours I
I I Black were hosts at a supper :: and prizes were awarded to -.

l(1 ; party Saturday evening at the Mrs. .
STANDARD Mrs. Lucille Raulerson. ; '
A '
'. New River Baptist Church for;j!c Warren Eberly and Miss Barbara : I A terrific selection of handsome -

their daughter Miss Sandra'I jS 0L' Z-i: Dan River
; Laine, after which refreshments _.4 woven
: Lee Holt and Charles Paul 1 !': were served. S. .: + '. IS plaids, checks, solid colors

I Worthington before their wed- I Assisting in serving was .5 ; with embroidered trims
/ ,4
ding rehearsal. i|Mrs., Betty Blackburn Bister S__ : / and SS
1 The chicken barbecue sup- '; of the honoree.Approximately. : fancy patterns. Regular

per was served buffet styl!1 .
and the guests ate at picnic this delightful affa1 5,1. 'r: Styles.! Wash 'n wear cot-

tables. i .. .' -, ':. ,
S tons and Dacron
____ S S and cot-
The 22 guests included[ i : -,-- .. "
K. G. DUNCAN, Agent Starke Fla. members of the weddIng par- j' EiUfbreak Cartridge and!, 1 _' _.... : ._ "" ''':' tons., Sizes S, M, L, XL.TUURSDAY .

1'ty. immediate families and'outoftown t' Fountain Pens f US f 2JSi .1! <

-' guests. i $3-55 at The TELEGRAPH. I It

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Adult English tiff and Bradford Building mission This ?th day of ,i scribed persons were panes
Supply, Inc., was defendant June A.D. 1963AVEXDELL that I will sell to the highest
I H to satisfy a judgmentfor JARRATID. bidder for cash at South Door
wca. 7 COUNTY Classes Begin H13.S6 damages and Chairman I Bradford Geunt,.. Courthouse,

: : WITH ::1 :: June 19 eostsof $S.5Ohave ATTEST: Starke, Florida, atthe. hour of
levied the
upon following
T.V.. Witherington, Secretary.It 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, the
personal property situate in the 6-13 3rd day of July 1963, the following -
jf : buildings located at 301 East
YOUR AGENTn Adult English classes for Call Street, Surke Florida, said I IV THE CIRCTIT:: COt'llT, described property Florida.and situate -.
in Bradford Count.x.
That Left Out Forgotten Feeling. 1 'r diplomas, General Educational property All of being the stock described of goods as: I EIGhTh JiniciAL C I nTIT. described in said Final Di-
Development certificates or wares, and merchandise of ( iv AMI FOR iiii.xn- i cree, to wit:
1b personal enrichment in literature Bradford Building! Supply: Inc., FOHIJ COl'-M'V. FI.OKII1A. Commence at the SE corner"
and consisting of building ma- IN tu.ttiin1321: : : : of Joe Moody !S are tra M,
In 1957 when the Bradford County district. Under the present system Lawson L reading comprehension terials, including but not limit- Dixie Acceptance Corporation run West 210 feet thence

School Board, was enlarged from threeto lives in the south Starke district and business English will ed to paints, lumber, doors, Plaintiffvs North 210 feet, thence East
: windows
tools hardware screens
:210 feet, thence South :210
five members the board adopted a and Hall in the Hampton district, but meet beginning June 18. and thecqtipmelt Robert- -F. Moody and feet to point of beginning and

resolution stating that the five school the squeeze play has pushed Lawson Classes will be held in an officf : furnitureand J. A. Burnett, d/b/a Western containing: 1 acre more or less
air-conditioned classroom in fixtures of said Bra Auto Associates Store, excepting existing State ll 'ad
board districts should coincide with right out of his district.It ford Building Supply, la"
the southeast wing of the U- Macclenny, No. 23a right of way. (an'ord-
As the of the said
the five county commission districts."It has also come to note this weekin SO Building on Tuesday:: and Bradford Building property: Supply, Inc., IVfendantsMJTlfK lag to a survey by Harry A
i OF J .\1F Anthony), in Section 1. Township -
seemed the logical thing to do, all the discussion of redistrictingthat Thursday nights from 7-9 p. ] and that on the 17th' day of NOTICE IS HEp.Engin'n 6 South. Range :M East.
County Supt. Harmon P. Morgan said through a misunderstanding perhaps .' .. By I m. or 7:30-9:30: : p.m., subject! j June. u: 63.:: at 12 Noon on said pursuant to a Final Decree of I Dated this 12th day of June
this week "To have five districts instead the school board has been George day:! upon premises of said I P"r..IO'urt' date June 12, ls:;$", t'63.
not to the will of the class. Bradford Building Supply, Inc. '!

of 10." Morgan\ contends that it invited to have its say concerning any & : ; Huggins I, Undergraduate stud at Bradford 301 East: 'ou"Call* Street, Florida!Starke.I'|' Xo and !U-22L entered.,f in the Cham-er abOVe :entitled OHM CnAmr.RGV CU-rk. it!'!Said t'
would be confusing to have different of the three plans offered by consultant t '.&. .. _ I wishing to do makeupYork., will offer for sale: and sell; to -nun i. wherein ;n,- iihuvt dt- It .*.-i:; _ _

districts for the school board and coun- Charles Hardy, who later resigned. take new credits or English' the highest bidder for cash, in

ty commissioners and we agree that Now in view of the fact that 1962- and :Math for personal benefit hand,, at the the above property described of property sa'd-

things would be in a state of chaos if 63 budget of the county commission is z. may contact Mr. or Mrs. | Bradford Building Supply, In '.
l4t .j Edward Blaisdell for details i to :satisfy each of the aforesaid -
that were the case. $410,000 compared to the three times A : I eXt''ution
on Monday June 17, at hom !
That is not the case at the presentbut larger $1,278,000 budget of the school P. D. REDDISH, Sheriff
or at the Adult Eiucation: Office of Bradford County
the county commission threw a board, it appears that the school board [USO Building. Florida.

wrench in the workings last week when might deserve some say in this important : :.T'. ., I 5-23 4t 6-13-

they adopted the so-called "Squeeze matter which could affect the MITM-I: OF TVY:
Starke" plan for redistricting thecounty's children of Bradford County. Another ;il :.:A:;. i BOATDRAIN BAPTIST JQt'AI.JZATUNThe :
Li" c .- }.. 'Aftt CHURCH Hoard of County Commissioners -
five commissioner districts. way of asking oneself tEe same thingis of Bradford County. :1'

C Fact. is that the school board cannot to ask which is the more important ; : .. Sunday School, 10 a.u. I Florida, will meet at the Courthotase. :
; in the Clerk's Office on
lawfully adopt the squeeze plan -Bradford County's secondary roadsor 'Y&fl: i,1c :.\JI 'j .. Morning WorshIp 11 a.m. I!I TlIp'daJuI}' 2nd A.D. 19fi3. at .. .. ::." J RII.
in the rural Training Union, 6:30: p. m. i! 10:00 .\.M. as a Board of Equalizers ". '
voted by coalition of Green, its several thousand school childrenon 43b F' for the purpose of hearing :2 : ..
Prevatt, and Chastain. which well over a million dollarsis Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. I complaints and receiving testimony :. .. -

According to Supt. Morgan Florida spent each year. rc Prayer Meeting Wednesday. I as to the value of anyproperty '
real or personal, as
law prohibits any redistricting plan It would seem, therefore, that a ,,,4& 7'30 p. m.XOTICK I fixed by the Tax Assessor for : : :

that would place two school board members joint meeting of the school board and the or year agent 1963.of against such property.the owner -
in the same district. This is exactly the county commission is in order. It OF ('AJibChairman rnKVATT.
: L SHERIFF'S S.Lr.NOTICE of Board of '
what happens in the "Squeeze would also seem to be a good idea tc Jw Is Hereby Given thatr County Commissioners Bradford ...
P I:>. Reddish, of i:
Starke" plan adopted by the county reconsider all three of the redistricting Bradford County, Florida Sheriff under SEAL County, Florida. <

after a two-day hassle! and it places plans offered with perhaps an eye cast. : execution and by virtue, to-wit of :certain write of I Attest:

School Board Members Rodney Hall} to. finding! a solution satisfactory tc I'I'I Three years ago this field plant. Thrip will be in the 1. Execution l issued by the rHAUI.ES Clerk and Auditor.A. DARBY

and W. E. Lawson both in the Hampton both boards. carried classification of too bloom or the flower. Red Circuit Court of Bradford It 6-13 :
a County, Florida under date
poor to grow anything. Zedra spider, the most difficult to of May 1, 11)83\) i issued: pursuant TATR OK Fi.oninv ;
shown above, in see, will be on the bottom of to a tax warrant of FLUICIU.\ DI':\ I'I.OI'ICXT
Hamilton, FLORIDA
The IN
Comptroller of Florida
I Taxes-A Prickly Problem this good field of rye has the leaf. Usually your first under the provisions of TU.LUItSSKK.('OI1MlSION! Fl.OUiniNotice
and notice of red spider when you Section 222.15, Florida Statutes that
rye is herehr
grown a good crop_ against Bradford I BEER IS 1\ NATURALBrewed
n what is causing the the Florida Development Commission -
oats now for the past mreeyears. I Building Supply, Inc. and Restricted .
With almost a third of their 30- the bonds would be interest. And in'' His first step was to I[! leaf to turn yellow. A very the officers thereof, for the I Airport has site inspected in Sections a! 14 &

day extended session already down. the future years, taxes might have to be: have a soil sample to find out close look with mighty good collection Sales of Taxes delinquent in the Retail a-- 23, Township 5 South, Range slowly, by a centuries-old natu al process, beer is
to help eyes or strong glasses will reveal mount of $397.88, together 21 East, in Bradford County, Florida's traditional: beverage of moderation light, spark
drain Florida legislators were still grap- increased in order to pay off the bond what coluld be added with costs of collection.\ Florida upon application\ of the
pling yesterday with the prickly prob- issue and keep up with spending.Gov. assure production. The first red spider. They are justas 2. Execution isaiifd by the Florida Divisions of Corrections. ling, delicious.
that dolomitewas the name applies. They an Circuit Court of Bradford I Carlton Building, Tallahassee, And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry i is proud ofthe millions
lem of how raise millionin indication was
to some $180 Bryant also forgets, when' I If County, Florida in a cause Florida
and red. they
needed to bring the very tiny are Inspection reveals the site to of dollars! it contributes to Florida's economy. Florida's
badly therein
taxes to finance their record lately r'
new pushing for his bonding program, that I calcium. and magnesiumup I are numerous enough, you wherein IJcstwall Gypsum be suitable for the purposes in- 5 brewers, 101 beer wholesalers and 17,000 beer retailers
$987 million spending bill which will the need for more construction for PH. satisfactory level mash the leaf between your Company, Maryland:! Corporation tendtl. employ more than 68,000 persons with an annual payroll of
to a was plaintiff, and Public notice is hereby given
boost state expenditures by 25%. higher education in Florida did not!; Then, the test showed that fingers and note a red color. Bradford Building Supply, I that a ReMruted Airport Biteapproval 155000003.:: Money made in Florida spent in Florida. In
So far the legislators have done Inc. was defendant to satisfy will he issued on or
arise just this year-it arose over two} extra potash was needed to a judgment against said I after June 21. 1963. unless prior Florida, beer belongs enoy; it.
nothing better than to cast about years ago and building should have produce a good seed crop. The I Eight FFA MembersTo defendant for $:!811.76. to June 21, 1961: cause is shownin
various and tax :3. Execution issued by the, writing to this Commission
among sundry plans been started then. It might have been test also indicated that utili.jzation Attend Pmair: Claims Court 0 I''I why FUI.h permit should not be I L UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC.
and have still come up some $40 million had of any fertilizer wouU I Broward County Florida in granted
too it not been for the governor'sjstaunch
short financing their budget. They stand j have been very poor had the State Convention a ing cause wherein therein lately Pt-nninsular pend- Florida 11 Y AUTHORITY Development Com OF.: I W FLORIDA DIVISION

have yet to face the real choice-to against new taxes. dolomite not been applied.Mr. Supply Company was plain- -
An across-the-board or an increased has been in Eight Bradford County FFA II -- -""=" -----
either go along with Gov. Farris Bry- Hamilton I
ant and his bonding program or to sales tax has one big advantageeverypenny the seed and grain producing I members will join approximately -

raise funds by a general tax increase. would go toward building school !business for a number of 800 other Florida
facilities. None would be wasted on in- years. His seed crops are regularly schoolboy farmers this weekin
The choice is clear and the Legislature -
by a State Daytona Beach to receive
shall not be able to procrastinate terest.
Inspector which assures honors, frolic on the beach. .
much longer. The choice must be Operating on the i idea that every Certified .__
at their "
a top to politics 5- '
him of having and play rfuuuiEt \
made and this writer sees nothing so student who wishes to pursue a higher quality seed for the purchaser. : 35th state annual convention.

bad about either an across-the-board education should have the opportunity Zedra has never had a supplyof I I The eight boys along with

sales tax or a four per, cent sales tax. we would be in favor of the governor's .seed, left over from one I Instructors Paul Hutchins and : .. ..

Legislators so far, except for seven of bonding plan if no other way was year 'to tlie next. His supply is Curtis 'M 'rloWc- left for the -. -
available to provide the needed facili in advance because I convention Tuesday morning
them have shied from usually booked
away a tax on .aIis the time to II
groceries or medicine and have not ties. I of his reputation for a and will return home this Friday 4 '

But the sales tax the board seed grower. June 14. Bradford County -
even mentioned fora, long. while a four across good I

per cent sales tax. is readily available to the citizens of and More grazing are crops being, like planted oats members are Don attending Brandes the, Glen convention trade for tho great new i' I
Florida. education be
Knowing has to
It is a little beyond the sight of us for winter grazing. Sapp, Wayne Moore Frank ,
to see why the Legislature shies paid for, and wanting to make every year out Stalnaker,
away winter was an Goolsby, Wayne
from a general sales tax so much; we penny count, the sales tax would seem This standing past example of the valuein John Odom, Wayne Hersey, \\4itik\: \ I

have }heard no forceful opposition to the best way to shoulder our respon- having a green grazingcrop and John Norman. 1

such a move. In fact, a straw ballot of sibility. during the winter Glen Sapp and Wayne Stal

about 90 persons attending a public Persons drawing old-age assistance months. We had never experienced naker will be awarded the ATLAS '

hearing in the Bradford courthouse or welfare need not be hurt by an increased cold like we did this State Farmer's Degree at the

Saturday, May 25, indicated a unanimous or across-the-board sales tax past winter and all cattlemenwho convention. Stalnaker was rated \, .
in '
in the county
choice for an extended sales tax. either. Sen. Charley Johns recently pro- had oats or rye were Farm Mechanics and will receive .. .

Gov. Bryant's program of bonds posed increasing their allotment by an mighty happy that their crop an award from the Ford

has one big drawback-the interest amount sufficient to offset any increase did survive our freezing wea Tractor Company. Don Bran n'

that would have to be paid. It is a well. in taxes, and this would seem ther.Our des was rated first in the c ,

known fact that over a period of 20 easily accomplished if the Legislature I people, in Bradford and county and third in the district I
fortunate .
counties, are '.
years interest on a bond i issue about wished.A I surrounding having a producer in Farm Electrificationand ./>.
equals the principal. Under such a pro- choice has to be made: we hope I like Mr Hamilton producing will receive an award
--- ----- from the Florida Power and I
gram half of our tax money going to the Legislature will make a wise one. seed crops. When you buy I Light Company.The .

local source you
seed from a Bradford Chapter advised

VYYYTYtTVtYYYYYYYTYYYlBAXVILLE know the reputation of the by Paul Hutchins, was :

last Sunday. 1 I families, Tody and Romie grower and you also know the rated fourth best in this district TIRE I

)[r. and Mrs. Joe :Moody of Griffis of Jacksonville also quality of the seed. and will receive a cash

Gulfport, Miss. spent from were present to help Mrs. ilos-.' KEEP KILLING FLIES. Rather award of $10. Santa Fe's FFA -

last Tuesday through Saturday ley enjoy this occasion. depending entirely on chapter was rated first in the

By Mrs. C. B. NoIaDJAAAAAAAAAAAaA&&AAA&a with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- :Miscellaneous Shower spraying to get rid of flies, I I district. Both the Bradfordand

ginbotham and family. 3Ir. Misses Patty ParrL awa' there; are other things you Starke chapters were given .

Moody Is now stationed in Mary Kilgore entertained at the can do. It is important to keep superior ratings when compared BACKED BY STANDARD OIL'S
Mr. and }[rs. Ernie Griffis Newfoundland the 'U. S. home of Miss Parrish on Tues- all garbage in garbage cans II with all the chapters \ -1,

J of Glen St. Mary visited Sunday Navy. day evening May "28 with a and keep them covered. Do in the district.

with Mrs. Sarah Jane Grif- Mrs. Celia Beckham, Mrs. miscellaneous shower honoring not let piles of trash stay a- I Glen Sapp will be a candidate twin guarantee !

fis and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Nellie Mickle and Louie Butler Miss Iris Higginbotham, bride, round long enough for flies for First Vice-President '. _

;McPherson.Mrs. of Jacksonville and Mrs. elect of June 24. Games were I I to begin breeding. If piles of of District 3. 41 ::4

W. B. Wilbanks, Joe cannot be moved regularly .
trash --
visited with Mr. -
Trudy Crosby played and prizes were awarded Doyle Conner. state commissioner -- ---- -
Wilbanks and Mr. and Mrs. Ed: try to keep them spread
and Mrs. Doss Higrginbotham of agriculture who
to Mrs. Rubye Harper, Mrs.
I will be .. .
and of Ida that they -
son, Kyle enough so -' -
last Sunday.Mr. his -- --- -- -
Shirley Johnson and Miss Sharon began political career as
Lou, Tf'xasill arrived Tues and Mrs. Henry Caruso dry as possible.If a future farmer, addressed
day for a weeks visit with and daughter, Kelley of Panama Griffis after which the hon- you have a need for a the convention this morning

).1r. and Mrs. Pete Wilbanks City are visiting with Mr. oree opened her many lovely fly bait or fly spray and wantto I j [Thursday Conner isa form-
II and useful difts. Delicious: it be
5hd baby. and Mrs. Albert Smith and mix one yourself can I j er state and: national FFA
punch and cake squares were bait I
and Mrs. Willie Caudle easily done. A good spray'
Mr. family. Mr. Caruso was called president from Bradford .
I served to about 25 guests. four I'
log Ida Lou, Texas spent a I here by the illness of his dad can be made by liquid mixing mala- County. more control: More ruboer on the road tributes wear, delivering up to 25% more mile*'
.couple of days this week with who is in the Baptist hospital. tablespoons of I The district, area, and state
:Mr. and !.Irs. Pete Wilbanks I Friends of the couple will be. Nona Bible Club thion and 18 tablespoons of star farmer awards win high- gives you up to 20% greater skid-resistance than age .. gives you a longer return for your money.

I and baby. interested to learn that they I Not To MeetThe sugar or syrup in one mixtureto gallonof I,light -the Friday afternoon ordinary treads better steering, quicker stops.

: Gene Coleman of the Frigid- have just recently bought a water. Apply this and other! session with the selection of more comfort twin guarantee: Adjustments are based
.aire Corp. and Don Zell of the new home on Martin Lake in Nona Park Play outside walls the State FFA Sweetheart to : More rubber contact pre

Western natural Gas Company Panama City. Lot Bible Club has Ensey adjourned -i I I places where flies may be. Do I climax the convention tomorrow vents road vibration and noise. You get a softer, either on tread-wear or months-in-use. you
not apply this mixture to choose the that benefits most. Ask
one us
:were guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. Albert Smith and Mrs. for the summer while the night. smoother ride you

:Henry Griffis ana family at Bob :McClung entertained at two teachers. Mrs. Charles I growing home-made plants.A dry bait can for complete details. Guarantee honored by over

their home on Kingsley Lake the home of Smith on Wed- Oehrlg and Miss Elizabeth be made by mixing one cup 1LW.nVER BAPTISTCllUBXThI more mileage: More rubber at work dis- 50,000 Atlas Dealers from coast to coast.

:on Monday. nesday night June 5 with a Allmindinser, are on vaca of 25 per cent Malathion pow-
.Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- delightfully planned birthday
tion.Meetings der with 25 cups of sugar. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
sHaw and son. Da\1e and Miss supper honoring Mrs Elsie wilt be resumed
Smaller amounts can be mad i Morning Worship, 11 a. m. _. 6:70X15 (Tube Type)
Patty Parrish attended the I Mosley on her birthday. Besides with the beginning of the >
by mixing one tablespoon of Training Unior, 6:30: p.m. Eve-
Horse Show In Nashville, Ga. the Smith and McClung 1963-64 school term this fall
.( y I!i Malathion powder to one cup ning Worship 7:30 pm. Midweek BEST BUY IN TOWN $$1i58

S of sugar. Prayer Service Wednesday -
If you had rather purchasea 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. ."TaxaOO

. .. : commercial material thereare I NOTICE OP IVTEXTIOV TO Your Old Tire
several good fly killing I
: : d THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH materials on the market. The I Xotie is hereby given that 1
the undersigned, under the
I provisions -
: important thin! is to get a
ESTABLISHED 1879 I of Chapter 20,953;) Laws'I
recognized material and do "\ Florida. Acts of 1941, will
: b o C,) E. L. MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER good job of applying it whereit I register Circuit Court.with in the and Clerk for of Brad the L. B. (Red) ALVAREZ GIB BROWN

: <> 1963 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON. is needed ford County, Florida upon receipt STANDARD .
TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD this notice the fictitious I
: r GOOD for most insects on ornamentals EEAUTI-PLEAT OF FLORIDA name. : Temple Ave. Starke Temple Ave. Starke

: .(.. PUBLISHED: EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND: CLASS MATTER AT THE that might be in under which I RL'1 am engaged in ,
business at Box 272.
S .*. POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH a, tan 'bloom now. Among the most Starke, Florida. [ SHUFORD'S WALKER'SSERVICE
common now will be aphids, Richard Fogarty, Rt 1 Box _
: IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS $2.00 red spider and thip. :.:. Starke. Florida. sole owner. !|
I Dated this 31th day of May I
: OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR 1.00 - SIX :MONTHS $2.25 I Anhkls will usually be .on A. D. m at Starke Bradford
Madison & Walnut Starke Rt. 100 Keystone HeightsI
County Florida.
the bottom of the leaf and on.i '
I I GIt 1/%:
\.- young tender parts of the

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t ---- a- .' !I Fish License I i I SR 228 Completed !Parole Officers I r Homemaking i | I| ment. i New Pharmacist
Of this amount $1,046,643.75will ,I ...
I Go Up $1 I From Macclenny I Attend Meet 'j I Classes Set I ,!i go to the state genera! '|At Mitchell's '

I SPORTS I I II I To MaxvilleSR228 revenue fund and the remain-
Florida fishermen will find I Starke Probation and pa-! Classes in homemaking :will i i j j Mitchell's Drug Store this
I ing 2132657.19 will be distributed -!
/ a one dollar increase on their role Supervisors James F. : begin at Bradford High i week announced the employment -
"The road that to qualified munici i
r- i new fresh water fishing license Blocdworth and Chris D. I School Monday, June 17, for : I I of a new pharmacist.
leads nowhere," has finally j I I palities.: Local cities and amounts -
/ I which will be officiallY'on aj 1 who have completed the &
been finished after eight long'' Packer this week attended girls to be received are: I M. C. Jackson, a native"
sale Saturday, June 15, at I years of ending in the middle four-day National Institute on j i' eighth grade. Starke-$3,482.72. I Alabama.

Motor Parts Tops I II Boys WantedFor I and offices their of all authorized county sub-a-/judges /I of the woods and the distance (; Crime and Delinquency at Mi-I' Girls who have completed: LawteY-$396.01. }I Jackson has 39 years of experience
I : Beach the eighth grade will met! at in
from Starke to Macclenny has; \ ami June 9-12 I Hampton-$166.79. I pharmacy and haS
Summer BowlingStarke iRONS Legion, Pony j gents throughout the state, been shortened by more thaw |: Central theme of the insti- 8:30: each morning for food I Brooker$87.99.Keystone been a registered phannaclsf
I II according to A. D. Aldrich, di three miles. 'I tute was converting criminals I classes; clothing classes will Heights-$831.88. I in Florida since 1926. He is

Motor Parts still I and WOODS Baseball LeaguesThe I rector of the Game and. FreshWater i Road Board Member: Ralph| ani delinquents into solid cit- | meet at 10:15: a.m. and all Waldo-$294.51. recently from Jacksonville.
Fish Commission.The I
holds the lead, after three Powers of Lake City agreed to izens. A series of worshop ses- | morning classes will end at'' I

weeks of bowling, by taking i I Starke needs Recreation boys to play Department all resident one dollar fresh increase water fish-on !! construct the remaining four II I I sions occupied the time of,: 11:30: each day. j I WOODS FIRES I If Social SecurityA

four points from Food Fair; I baseball and the I I miles of the route, completing I i some 1,500 persons attending Advanced clothing classes!I f
| Pony League ing licenses will be set aside I
Bill Lovell was high man for i to Maxville, will meet from 1:30-3 j!
it from Macclenny : :p-m. representative of the
fund used this institute. Topics ranged > Lightning caused one woods i
i American: Legion needs playj j in a special to be
the winning team with a 619 i ani a contract was let last Monday, Wednesday and Fri-: Gainesville Social Securm-
ers for Legion ball. for improvement of Florida's!; :: from the pre-parole investigation -i fire with one-tenth on an ac- j
series, while Bernie McGee All boys between the ages I, fresh water fishing. year. The four mile stretch of through the entire treatment j! day's. The instructor Mrs. I re burned in Bradford County j Office will be in Starke at
rolled a 455 for the losing k f I woods has been paved and Gibson, will be in the i .
Larry II
team. of 13-16 are eligible! to play I I The new licenses are act of the criminal and the ; I last week the Florida Forest I court room of the Courthouse
their is nine miles of !,j '
now Home Economics
Coming in strong, Gem I Pony League ball and are to i ually effective July 1 but both from Macclenny to I delinquent. Special problems I Department I Service reported Number of at 9:30: a.m. Friday, June :21
Jewelry moved up into second report to the baseball field at I the 1962-63 and the new 1963- pavement Maxville. connected with children, worn- I each day from 8:15: a.m. to ; fires since Jan. 1 this year Persons who desire to make
64 licenses will be honored by 3:30: p.m. Any students is "welcome -' applications for social secur
70 with 494.6
1 acres
en prisoners, alcoholics narcotic 'II
place by taking four point5from : 4 p.m. Monday, June 17. I The project was begun and II I
Russ's with Rudolph Boys age 16-19 who wish to all wildlife officers during the five miles of the road was offenders and juveniles- : 1: during these hours for During the same period last retirement, or survivors'

Hutcheson rolling a 540 series play Legion ball are asked to I period from June 15 to July paved in 1955, the last year I were also featured. I II visiting or consultation. year 148 fires with 1329.3 benefits, secure social security
for the winners, and B. Glis- contact Charlie Schaffer or 1. Beginning July 1 only the of the administration of Act- Secretary of' State Tom acres burned. account numbers, or get any

son rolling a 463 for the los- Uy HOMER WOOD Townsend Strickland. I honored new 1963-64, according licenses to Aldrich.will be ing Governor Charley Johns. I I Adams welcomed the institute !Cigarette TaxIs | Rainfall reported during the other social security information "

; Then Gov. LeRoy Collins canceled I Sunday night and introduced 1\ Distributed week ending Monday was New are invited to see the
ers.Pyrofax I New license fees will be:
I Gas took 3 points I' Recently in the Lake City A. Bishop Enters I resident, statewide, $3 annually the contract on the remaining ,II Caroline K. Simon, secretary I I I, River 2.4 inches; Santa Fe representative at the time of.
with Pat Bradney rolling a G. Paul Invitational Golf Tour- non-resident, statewide, $8 four miles and the of state of New York, to make Net cigarette tax collections .35 and Louis Hill 0 inches. i his visit.
high 549 series for the win- I nament, we had four members'Ito 'Golf Tourney annually; ; non-resident, statewide road ended in the wilderness!''the opening address. Florida'': in the State of Florida for I iI I

ners, while:Charlie Johns pac- I play. Harold Bishop III,' continuous 14-day fishing until this year. Collins contended I Supreme Court Millard F.I! the month of April amounted:' i I THE RIGHT POINT for the
ed the losers with a 505 series. Charlie Webb, Clyde Terwillegar -:| Harold! A. Bishop HI of the road was not need I Caldwell was the featured to $3,179,30034, according to'' Steno Notebooks. Steno !FKo I Ray you writ*. Com in ani
$3.25 non-resident, statewide -
W L i Starke has entered the Fourth ; II i I
Team Standings ; ed. I -rect Type, Typewriter select your favorite ESTER-
and Buddy Bishop. Buddy; director
r five-day continuous fish- speaker at the Tuesday night] Richard B. Keating,
Starke Motor-------- 1 I Annual H o w and Johnson'sSouthwest !; I'I Fens Typing Paper Erasers,!i BROOK Fountain Pets THE-
Bishop was winner of the First II $2.25. The new paving opens up i banquet. of the State Beverage D jart-
. Florida Junior Golf ing
Gem Jewelry 9 3 Flight and Clyde Terwillegartied new routes between Macclenny I Ribbons. The TELEGRAPH. GRAPH.
Pyrofax Gas . -\z 31& Championship to be held at .
with 72. '
for low gross a and Green Gove Springs
Community Bank .5 7 We have 40 entrants in the the Fort Myers country Club: Boat Certificates I and Macclenny and Starke.

Food Fair . . I1,* 10 2Russ's Third Annual President's Cup, June 13 14 and 15. Expire June 30 The route, which is State ACT FAST WHILE THEY LAST! '

. .
1 11 Club championship. You have I II Bishop has a handicapscore I Road 228, runs from Macclenny -

two weeks to play each match.'i of 73 for the tournament Florida pleasure boat own- to Jacksonville by way of
Hunters Request I:Sunday, June 23 is the dead' in which last year drew I ers were reminded by Conservation Maxville and Normandy Boul- I

line for your first match. All 267 entries.Charles. Director Ran dolph evard, intersecting with U.S. .
Action EveryDay I flights will be match play. I II I Hodges today that 1961-1963 Highway 301 at Maxville. II

Next Season ,I Final rounds of the champion-I, Smith registJiition certificates expire I The distance from Macclenny FORD1DEALER
jbhip i flight will be 36 holes. All June 30. They may reregister to Starke by way of the I
Hunters requested an every, ,pother flights will be 18 holes. (Wins TrophyFor their craft through their 1 I new road and U.S. 301 has I

day hunting season and a re i The parings are as follows: Sportsmanship county tax collectors, starting ; been shortened by more than '
gion-wide spring gobbler sea- Championship Flight: Clyde, I June 12, Hodges said. I II three miles. From Macclennyto 'I

son at recent meetings held: Terwillegar vs. Bill Epps; H., Charles Smith son of Mr. I I The old certificate must be Green Cove Springs by way i FASTACTION
by the Game & Fresh Water I, A. Bishop vs. Jim Godwin; H., and Mrs. Milo Smith, was presented 1 i presented to the tax collector of Clay Hill, Middleburg:: and i
Fish Commission in the Northeast ''A. Bishop III vs. Berry Firth;I| a plaque as a trophyof when applying for a new certi-;; Penney Farms on State Road I .

Region, according to I j i Richard Hobbs vs. Mike Sheppard Sportsmanship from Law ficate. 228, U.s. 301, State Roads 218 i iI

Brantley Goodson, Regional Jr.First I tey Junior High School. Hodges pointed out that under -i I and 16 has been shortened by
Manager. Flight: Charles Webb This is the first time the legislation enacted by the j! about eight miles.

Meetings were held in Jacksonville -', vs. Hallie Seymour; Norman i I I school has given such an a- I' 1962 Legislature, owners of I,I SFEIALS

Gainesville, and Live {I Willis vs. Tom Slade; Bob Mc-I ward.vs. new boats are required to present Girls Attend
d Oak. and were attended bs I Rae vs. Marlon Elder; H. H.I satisfactory proof of ,
delegates of 12 sportsmen'sclubs ;; 'Adams "3. Charles Sawyer. I I j ownership when applying for i iI :4-H Short Course

representing 1162 mem- 'I Second Flight: Gil Newcomb, Don Christoffer. I a registration number. I,
bers. Numerous individuals: ':vs. Neal Lyon; Vernon Silcox Fourth Flight: Bill Powell vs.:I/ The new law also provides Bradford County will have
also attended and expressed 'vs. :Mike Willis; S. G. Denmark Harry Gruen; Carl Lamar!I boat !! five representatives at the
that the decal given owners -
their opinions on regulationsfor I I vs. Bill Epperson; Col.! Griffinvs. Johns vs. Jerome Johns; Merrill i re-registering their vesselsis I 48 Annual Girls' 4-H Short 4LJ.
the coming season- I 'I Course at Florida State University -
Mike Sheppard. Struth vs. Billy Graham; to be affixed to the portside
Goodson stated, "We feel 1: | Third Flight: Jack Eaves vs.'Byron Terwillegar vs. David i in Tallahassee, June : T
of the boat. I Y[l0.1AW.wWiYY w( l4.WwYVOr4n..YgU4mow
that voting results at these Ben i iI I 10-15th. These girls are from I II
: Meyer; Moxley vs.,Silcox. {I I Salt water commercial boats :
meetings indicate the desiresof X. M. Smith: Harold Davis vs. See on the I various parts of
with the ''
the majority of hunters and I I i George Miller; J. D. Seymour I tee.HOMER.. ,i I Board must re-register of Conservation. Freshwater i I County and are Senior 4-11'
fishermen in this region." I Club Members who have com-
commercial boats must I x t
pleted at least two projects
're-register with the State ;I
and are active in 4-H Club
Game & Fresh Water Fish i
work. Girls attending are:
Thelma Knight, Brenda Green
from Brooker; Karen Lee and
,,, ;Census Bureau Joyce Crawford from Lawtey; .
:.. Sets Survey I and Marilyn McCrary from ,I

SEE !!' Local residents will help de-I Ii i Starke.Mrs Chaperoning Jerry Stanford the, groupis local !I I ON THIS SUPER TORQUE FORD!

termine national trends in employment I leader and Miss Dorothy Ross,
[ and unemploymentwhen II!I I' Home Demonstration Agent. I' Enjoy Ford's total performance-the stamina, readability and all-around

they answer questionsin Theme for 4-H Short Course engineering excellence that has helped Ford win victory after victoryin
.. ,zrt the Census Bureau's Cur- : is 4-H BUILDS ON OUR endurance tests all over the country.
; rent Population Survey during I AMERICAN HERITAGE. The i
the week of June 17, it I purposes of Short Courses are I OUR SALES HAVE BEEN
I was announced by Director Ii i [11 To give additional opportunities -

>! Thomas W. McWhirter of the i for personal develop- AIM TO KEEP UP THE ACTION RIGHT INTO SUMMER!

Census Bureau regional officeat i mentleadership and citizen i
Atlanta. Earlier surveys indicated I ship. [2] To provide educa- I EVERY CAR IN STOCK PRICED FOR FAST ACTION! HURRY .
I !
a monthly average of tional opportunities in Home I .

I i; nearly 67 million Americans I Economics subject matter. [31 I AND SAVE ON AMERICA'S TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMPS!
employed and 4.5 million looking i To give recognition. [41] To !I
II for work during the first encourage girls toward a continued I

: I, four months of 1963. education. [51 To improve -

I HOW EASY IT ISTO !I 1 Families interviewed in the I public understandingand t SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL OH'
survey here and in the 356 to strengthen the 4-H ,

DO YOUR BANKING other sample areas in the club The program.girls will return about ; THIS NEW MIDDLEWEIGHT FAIRLANE!
country are chosen to provide
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THE DRIVE-IN! WAY: I i I for all types of areas and all ,x- -, that's in a class by itself with big-

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Lawtey Downs Starke Builders Warning Issued pressed spot in the middle. I j 8ttj
I' 1 :way yon write. Ccmt in way you write. Come in and
indicating that '
vacuum $
RECREATION NEWSI 14-6 On Five Hits In Little League I On Buying Opened still in the jar. If the spot is'' elect TOOT faTOrite ESTER-i select your favorite ESTEKEROOK -
Fountain Pea. TELB-i BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH -
I Foods raised in a hump it indicates '
I On Monday in Little League] was the loser. i c the vacuum has been lost and GRAPH.Health .

action Lawtey downed the Builders Supply's only two I
the contents be containinated '
scheduled for Tuesday, June Starke Builders Supply team hits were singles by Robbie I| Doting parents have apparently The other type is in
Summer Recreation ProgramSet i 18, at 2 Archery regis- 14-6 behind the For' begun doting over i
p.m. five hit pitching and Ralph Gilpin. the taste of baby foods con- j two pieces with three parallel -<, Facts
I tration will take place Tuesday I of Mike Crawford. Lar- ;, Pest Control in the hitting lines running continuously
their off i
at 10 a.m. ry Norman was the loser. j department Dan Griffis went:.: by young j I EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!
the top and rim. If one ,
I i according to State I I
To Begin Monday June 17The The four to six-year-old's In the hitting department. two for four, Tommy ChasI'j'I Board spring of Health which this | of these has been opened. the lt'

program will not get underway for the Lawtey team Reggie ,, tain had three for five, John ;I II I i week warned against buying i, lines of the inside top will not Kendrick Smith M. D. writing in the

I, until Monday. June 24, when Norman had a three base hit. Warren had four for four i' I match those on the rim. ;, ." New York Medical Journal reported the

1963-64 Summer Pro-' from 8 to 12 years of age. l: all children in that age group Bobby Sheppard had a double Gary Hamilton hal two for baby foods which may have "Another of determining I' following case!
: way ;
'gram of the Starke Recreation Playground registration will |i r will be registered at the Pratt and a single in three time at five, Mike Smith had four for I i ij stole opened customers.and contaminated by I whether vacuum is pres- t ,' "The most severe case of kidney pain

Department will officially take place that afternoon at Street Playground Monday's; bat in the losing cause. i five and Timmy Kirchaine had ; I II i I ent is by listening for the which it has been the fortune of this

get underway Monday, June 2 p.m. on the Pratt Street | and Tuesday's from 10 until i On Tuesday. Florida Pest | two hits in two times at batOn I Dr. L. L. Parks, assistant! characteristic whishing sound I attended dozen
writer to see, one by a
17. according to Director; and Saratoga Heights Play- !, 11:30 a.m. Control scored two runs in the Friday Johns Oil defeated I state health officer and director when the container is opened. I staff of BostonDr.
members of the a great
4 Frank Owsley.On grounds. j Sally Ann Epperson will bs last half of the sixth and final Coca Cola by the score I of the Bureau of Maternal If the sound is absent, vacuumis I Bellinger
hospital where was the unani- _
that morning there will Registration at the Madison 'program director assisted by inning to edge by a de- of 5-0. Tommy Chasteen start- |I and Child Health, saM lost. surgery

be registration ': Mrs. Lewis Irby and Mrs. William !-I tel'mined Johns Oil CO. team ed for Johns Oil and was relieved -i! a survey by the American foods should be kept'i mous advice after exhausting all other regular pro-
for the "Baby
Air Street, Wainwright rei t '
y academy of Pediatrics has: ceedures cured instantly by spinal adjustment of
Carter. Volunteers 5-4. I
are Gary Hamilton went all ] by Bill Adams in the covered in the refrigerator
:nine Club boys ana: girls park and Nona Parks is needed to help on the playgrounds I the way for Pest Control picking third inning. The two pitchers revealed that some people open after opening and not kept at ,i:| the 9th dorsal vertabra which was out of position."

and other program I up the win. Bill Adams, I held Coca Cola to a no-run baby food in stores taste I II room temperatures or elevated Spinal adjustments often prevent surgery and restore

activities and any mothers who pitched the first three no-hit game. Johns Oil scored it, replace the top and leave I II temperatures" Dr. Parks ad- i health after every thing else has failed.

fT7T : who have time to assist with innings, was the loser. 'I three runs off three hits in I I I the jar on the shelf. I ded. ,
the program are invited to attend Leading the Pest Control the first inning and two runs "The result can be con- I Bring Your Health

II Director Owsley says. hitting attact was John War- off one hit in the fifth in- taminated jar and a health BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

Registration for Small Fry ren who had two hits in three I ning. Adams, Nichols, Seimer menace" Dr. Parks said, Sunday School 10 a. m.: The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic

I Baseball is scheduled for times at bat. J. Roy Chasteen, I I and Mcleod all got singles for "Manufacturers have devised Morning Worship 11 a. m.i i
I 426 N. Walnut Street Starke Fla.
Tuesday, June 18, at 3 p.m. Bill Adams and Tommy Seim- Johns Oil.Chasteen. two types of tops which indicate i Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. ,

I on the Little Boys Baseball er all had a single a piece for and Adams had a I immediately whether ajar II j Prayer meeting Wednesday Insurance Cases Accepted

At City Fish and Meat Mareket i Field. Girls from 13-15 years!; Johns Oil. I. combined total of 12 strike I I has been opened. I 7:30 p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams. -

.1,I of age will register for soft- On Wednesday S t a rke 'i j. outs. '[ "One type of top has a de- .

ball Monday afternoon June Builders beat Coca-Cola 9-4 i David Williams pitched avery I'

ERNEST and OPAL ALLEN, Owners Operators 117, at 3 pm. at the softball behind the one-hit pitching of 1 good game for the losers

I field.:: All girls below 13 years I Willie Griggs. Frank Tomlin- giving up only four hits and

i|, of age may check with their I son and Kenny Hall pitched striking out eight batters. He

FRESH I playground leader as to when I I'I for Coca-Cola. Griggs struck I went all the way for Coca I

''I their softball will begin. I II out nine men while Hall and I Cola.

I Playground directors areS : Tomlinson struck out 11. I Team Stand's W L Per.

Chicken Backs I Sally Ann Epperson, Wainwright Richard Williams, Coke I Fla. Pest .11 2 .846

I and Nona: Parks: Donna catcher, got a first inning Lawtey ...... 9 3 .750 20 Words or less, one time .95 Memorials, Resolutions _....... 6c per wort

i Trawick, Saratoga Heights II single for Cokes only hit. Bob- I John Oil. . 9 5 .643 If not paid in advance u__ _ 1.05 Cards of Thanks, up to 51 words 3.99
Playground, and John Williams by DOdd Ro'bbie and Coca Cola . 5 9 .357
; I Keyed or Blind Ads __.______ 1.00 Over 50 words -_ _. 6c per wolf
Madison Street Play- i David Nail had one single' Starke Bldrs 4 9 .303
c ground. ,I .... Each additional word over 20 __ 03 Display ads ia Classified _____ 1.50 per .Ia.
each for all of Starke Build- 1 11 .083

Playgrounds I ers Supply's hits. II League Leading Hitters:

5 [flg I Pratt Street supervised play On Thursday Florida Pest 1. John Warren, Florida

I Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Control stomped Starke Builders I Pest Control .576; 2. Dan INSURANCE I TAKING RESERVATIONS j BRAND NEW ADMIRAL
RATES for 1963-64 Kindergarten. Call freezer chest or upright for
i at 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. AirRifle GriffIs, Florida Pest Control, AUTO FIRE BOAT I
Supply 22-0. Johnny War- 964-9374, MAMA PRIEST. | 10.00 down at Dahmers Discount
is on Monjays and .534 3. Richard Williams Coca -:I DOYLE E. CONNER I j
ren twirled two hitter 6tchg 6-27 House. Stchg 6-2U
1 Wednesdays! at 10 till 11 a.m. a picking Cola .500;; 4. Gary Hamilton INSURANCE AGENCY I.| -
i [ages 8-12 years. Archery-: up the win. Mike Hewett: I Florida Pest Control. .410. Phone 964-4501 '\'I FOR SALE: The most beautiful FOR SALE-One acre home

Grade "A" Roosters Or i Tuesdays and Thursdays at M _ tfchg pine-covered building lot sites adjacent to Southsida
i till 11:30: a.m. Arts and Crafts at 2-3:15: p.m. I Joseph Lee Day [on Wheels FOR SALE 3 bedroom, all! j i in Starke. Approx. 2 acres; Read The Classifieds! i;ij Elementary. High and Dry.
Nona Arts and Craft plays !j Parade] and also a Play- modern house, Gainesville. ]140 ft. on Road 230 [New 2500. an acre. Contact Billy
HENS .. LB. Si 19c I -Monday at 2 till 3:30: pjn. Tuesday from 3:30: till 5 p.m.i ground Circus. I Screened porch, garage. Close Blanding Road], 661 ft. deep IF YOUR NAME IS ackson, Starke. tfchr
Free play- Mondays through
I Supervised play to college, schools, 15 minute to Bessent Road. See W. H '
Thursday FOUND
In the colored AMONG THE
Friday 9 till 12 noon. Four to I program the I bus service. Graham, Alvarez Store. I FOR SALE: 7 room, 2 bath,
six year old's program Mon- I from 3:30: till 5 p.m. Social Hour will take place in 1 376-7133 Call Gainesville 3tchg 6-1311 CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL house, utility room, large corner -
'FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS days and Tuesdays at 10 till ,: In baseball, the Junior i the high school gym on Tuesday or Mrs. Fred AT THE TELEGRAPH lot, newly decorated inside
League plays at the high '!, and Thursday 7:30 till\ Christensen, 2510 Newberry FOR SALE 100 ft. lots facing I H 210 E. Adkins St., key

I 11:3: (} a.m. school field on Monday and I;! 10:30: p.m. Baseball meets at'', Blvd. Gainesville.-- 3tp --6-27- !i Hiway 16. 4% miles from':: (OFFICE FOR A FREf4' next door.___ tfchg

I Saratoga Heights supervised Wednesday 3 till 5 The I j WANTED TO BUY Used)1 Starke. J. B. White phone 964- \i ---- -
p.m. i the Legion Field at 5 till 7 j ) TICKET TO THE FLORIDA FOR SALE-Reasonable priced -
: play Monday, Wednesday: I| Dixie Youth League in the pjn. Mondays and Saturdays. | piano in good condition. Con 1651. 4tp 6-20 ,II used Televisions. Refrig

I and Friday at 2-5 pjn. Air j I Little Boys baseball field Mon tact Jim Temple Brooker I FOR RENT Desirable 3 II'' THEATRE. erators. Washers. Excellent

Rifle club on Friday at 10-11 day Tuesday and Thursdayi Fla. Phone 2491. ltp room and bath apartments.Also I: Condition. Bullington. App!!

I: a.m. Arts and CraftsMon-I i from 3 till 4:30: p.m. i!Terrell's Gains FOR RENT- Small two bed 2 bedroom house for sale. FOR boat, SALE Evinrude:-Aluminum 10 hp motor 10 ft'l ances. :tfChl
day at 2-3:30: room concrete block Easy monthly payments.
pjn. house
: I FOR SALE -New and used
I Girls sofeball field 13 Berth H. Nollman. with trailer. Can be seen at'
Madison Street Arts and i through 15 years of age is Top Lake and Pratt Streets-One I tfchg. 518 N. Water St. 2tchg 6-13 freezers See me first for a.
LIMIT C block from school $50.00 per YOUR OLD WATCH will., good deal. Dahmer's Discount
: Crafts are on Thursday at 2- I In SoftballTerrell's
3 : 4 Supervised play Thurs- Monday and Friday from 3 City month in advance. Hollis V. make the down payment on a :,: __L." S. Tanner I If House. 4tchg 6-13
p.m. till 4:30: p.m. Ladie League of I Knight. tfchg. I beautiful new Bulova at '
I day at 2-5 p.m.Wainwright I I Gulf from f WANTEDFreezers upright I FOR RENT Furnished
S Softball is on the field Mondays came L I Dahmers: Discount House.
WANTED TO BUYImmed- I or chest type. Pay cash
Arts and Crafts 7:30-9:30 behind the bottom of the t!chI? or I house on Kingsley Lake. Ph.
I : Men's
: I
: I p. I i iately. Utility trailer. See Rev. II I I take in on trade on refrigera- 'i j ;Lawtey 782-3061. 4tchg 6-13
are on Tuesday at 2-3:15 p.m. sixth to defeat Garden Restau-
LB II League of Softball plays Tues II Huey Perry, Kingsley Lake. FOR SALE-8 room house 4 'tor, T.V. Stero player orj:,
Supervised play on ThursdayASK days, Thursdays and rant 15-12 to gain an undisputed I
I Fridays Phone 533-2882. ltp bedrooms, 3 baths, wash house,!I washing machine. Dahiner'sDiscount i
from 7:15 till 10:30: p.m. I hold on first place in L Carl Prevatt double carport. 212 Redgrave House. 4tchgJ>-13'I' HASTINGS MATTRESS
I events of the Slowpitch Softball League., I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
.Special Pratt : 3 Vs A land, corner, near: St. Phone 964-2201. tfchg I NEW AND USED-Chain sawa'!
HamburgerMeat I Street playground are fromi Garden was leading by four $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. : 710 Lemon St. ralatk

i 7:15 till 10:30: p.m. runs, 12-8, going into the 1 i home Lovely practically j' FOR RENT 2 bedroom, nicely !'. Lawn mowers sales and ser- ;,: Furniture Repaired,
only $7,000. Terms. I'
;, The Senior Citizens meet at i bottom of the sixth but Terrell's i 5 A with furnished 4 room j' furnished house, with car- vice. Your McCulloch Dealer j i Upholstered & Refinished
I port and large
I room. i i
Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv
the Woman's Club on the I came up with seven big: I house, bath on U. S. Hiway I For adults, or with an infant !I MATTRESSES REBUILT'
N. 6-
East Gainesville. Fla.
second and fourth Tuesdays tallies and then held the first; I $8300 terms. 'I child. I) i 1 New
No I
- pets. Inquire at 733 3411. tfchg I Innerspringa
j 7:30: till 10:30: p.m. half winners to no runs in L STROUT REALTY 51' mi. S. N. Thompson St. tfchg!', i and Box Springs
I seventh on 301, Fla. Phone 468- VACATION IN THE MOUNTAINS
:: Teen Time meets at TJ.S.O. the frame to take over Starke. -- -!
3 : u. : : first place. The Thursday nit 1766, Waldo. ltchg i, FEYTOS FLORIST ? j I| DropUiACardorCail
Building on Friday night 7:30
LBS | till 10:30 : loss was the Garden's second I i j FOR SALEUsed cord organ 119 S. THOMPSON ST. :; Kew cottage in Blue Ridge ;iI ; FALATKA EA 5-9111
Brisket :
I fOA FREE DEMONSTRATION p.m. straight last week. They had I II I I Excellent condition. Jim Tern- I j PHONE 964-4155 I I Mountains, 10 mi. from Ridge- STARKE S64-59S4

'I Weight training meets atthe : also gone down 8-6 Tuesdayas Ir pie Brooker, Fla. ltp'I crest, on paved hiway. Sleeps I MEW PEGGY 8HALLEB, ,
: Command Gravely Power High School Fieldhouse II NIGHT 961-3891 or 969-1022 i,' 5 comfortably. Completely fur- Starke,
Natural Gas moved into
I Monday through Friday at I 4 I DISTINCTIVE flOWERS II i I nished, with utilities. $40 per Aren''I

Stew .. .. :, Terry's Saw Shop till 8 p.m. I scend place with the victory. Insurance Problems? : We Wire Flowers Anj where I week. Some June, Aug., Sept. I
Tuesday night June 4, also Call The Man From i tfchc I i weeks available. Write P. O. FOR SALE2 br. concrete
I No.2i In the other programs: J saw Brooker defeat Pine Level "TRAVELIiRS"George Drawer A. Starke, Fla. block home in walking distance -
Men's slow-pitch Sub-District: I of shopping and
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS 3tchg 6-13 r area
14-3 and Terrell's top the Independents E. LaRue,
Chuck Roast Or i 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. Tournament and 14. is August 12, 13,,i 16-9. Natural Gas Keystone Heights Agt. For ES. Apply in person at Garden )' churches.furnished. Quiet Furnished large pr lot.un-IS

Gainesville Phone: 3723588I I I also defeated Independents II "Travelers Ins. Companies' Restaurant. tfchg i Electra-Tronics Inc. trees. Call 9692845.: tfchg

I Features including will be a 14-12 in the Thursday nite Tel. 473-4692 Day, ADMIRAL -----
49C now FOR RENT-Large 4 rooms
STEAKmLB.w ,I Industrial Division, Sales, Servo
opened to win their second I 473-4325 Nites. I $450 with trade at Dahmers I: I furnished apartment. 331 Clark

I, game of the week. It was Independents I Auto Fire Home Business i Discount House. tfchg t i ice Repairs on Motors Generators .-;I St.; Mrs. D. L. Silccx. tfchff

second straightloss. Monthly Payment Plan I I Switching &iA Controls "J---- -- ----
Round Available FOR SALE-2 bedroom house I' Welders and Tools, Power FOR RENT-Furnished largo
i WOflK{-SAVING STARCH I furnished. 22 x 26 metal bldg. Conversion, Transformers. I one bedroom air conditioned
I StandtngsV L Pet
tfchgI Suitable for small business.I apartment. Renner Apart-
Sen ice and Repairs to AD
LB. Terrell's . 3 0 1.000Natural I ., -
STEAK 69CAll I Lake Geneva. Hill's Repair Industrial Electrical ments. Phone 964-5744. tfchj
Gas 3 1 .750 I'j NEWLY DECORATED! furn- Shop. Keystone Heights, Fla.I I Heavy I

GIVES YOURmum IRON I Brooker .h_.. 2 1 .666 I !shed apartments. One and L 2t chg 6-13 Equipment
'J j two bedrooms. Reasonable. I 1939 N. E. 27th Ave G'villtl Johnson & Evinrude
Lawtey . . 2 1 .666 I
;I Lights and water furnished.: FOR SALE-Wire haired PHONE 372-1280
Meat .2 2 ..50Ci O ter-I
i rier. Male. AKC
I Contact 431 Center St. or
POWER . 1 .000 I I tfchg. Motors with
i Hampton 0 phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. year old. Reasonable price. Boats

LB.' Pine Level......... 0 2 .00 0 I tfchg I Phone 969-1445. Itchg
- M S9c I .:
STEF' Special Ingndieiit,Indn..ends"sticky boning"prnuts Garden Res.. 0 3 .00 0 I COINS BOUGHT FOR SALE A-V 100 high I WE DON'TiSell and Trailers

jillowinj-makei garments scorch-resistant Schedule for the comingweek EXCHANGED clearance Farmall I I I you we help you buy

EZ is: Tractor.t i,Good selection of COMPLETE READY
I- Morris Carter new ano -
I Pay current ,
We Close Monday-Open 6 a. m.-lO p. m.*____, I Starch UQU'D ,I Thursday. June 13, Lawte r for old coins: market Indian value Head i! 1511._ Itchg i:!used,: 8' and 10' wide Mobile FOR THE WATER
I T -t j Homesj .
I I vs. Terrell's Gulf at Starkeand : Pennies Gold Coins, Commemoratives -I FOR RENT4 room house.(!I

:Natural Gas vs. Hampton I I Medals, Tokens,II Newly decorated inside. 2j:j, LAKE GENEVA Big Savings ...

at Brooker, 7:15 p.m. Garden I i Foreign Coins. blocks from school. Hot water II i!i TRAILER PARK I

L HOOD E-Z Restaurant vs. Pine Level at Denver R. Devrick I heater, space heater and gas !, 1 ml SE ot Keystone HUt : GuaranteedUSED

Starke and Independents v S. D & W Auto Supply range furnished. 381 W. Weldon on Route 100

Brooker, 8:45: pjn- 416 E Brownlee St. St. Thomas E. Lewis, 964. I tfchfc MOTORS

I WE Tnr.1 A rtMD' r.1: ui.r 1\ 'rtRCRtrSQUANTITY ( I t I Friday June 14, Brooker vs. tfchff.WHY 0354. or 1116 W. Pratt St.2tchg WITH GUARANTEE

Hampton at Brooker 8 pm;; PAY RENT? Own your 6-20 I FOR SALE I
RIGHTS RESERVED Garden Restaurant vs. Law: own Mobile Home. As low as i I!I FOR SALE- Purple tip Crow-: Ready mix concrete concrete BANK FINANCING -

607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 I, -- ---- I t tey at Starke, 7:15: p.m. and I I $395.00 down. Use your car,,. j der peas $1 per bu. you pick:':. block, house piers, sand, ce-3

-,I Natural Gas vs. Terrell's Gulf! boat or furniture for down' them. Morris Carter. ltchg i' cent, mortar mix rock, steel,j jcyster HARTMANN'S
II payment. TRAILER MART, 'I shell, llmerock, root I
at Starke, 8:45: I
-I p.m. INC., U. S. Hiway 17. Box 463. FOR SALE-2 bedroom frame gravel, Hntels. BRADFORD I 838 N. Temple Ave.
Tuesday June 18, Independents [ East Palatka, EA 8-1050. tfchg house near Kingsley Lake. I I ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521
:i I vs. Pine Level at Starke,, Call after 4:30: pjn. 969-1045. Starke.
FOR TRADE3 bedroom ; i tfchj t tfchg
7tl5: p.m.; Brooker vs. Gar. ltp I _
modern for smaller
den Restaurant at Brooker. 8 house' in or near Starke. Call FOR SALE House trailer I!I C. T. McCrary FOR RENT One bedroom

p.m. and Hampton vs. Inde, Gainesville 376-7133 or write i $600 cash. House trailer for I''I trailer and one 2 bedroom
pendents at Starke. 8:45: pn i." :Mrs. Fred Christensen, 2510() rent. Can be moved on your DRESSES All new Ladies trailer. Westmoreland Trailer

Newberry Blvd. Gainesville. own lot. J. B. White, phone I,I and Junior Misses, $2.98. Garden -!! Park. Phone 969-2151.ltchg_
hose, 50 foot, 99c. Radio !
THE BES'GUARANTE Ladies Softball I 2tp 6-20( 964-1651. Itch;.!|.i and TV tubes, 25 per cent dis- FOR SALE CHEAP -Size- -14-

1 Frank Nooney BEDFORD LAKE i iI iI I! count. and free checking. In- 15 dresses, suits, coats skirts

! : 4 Balkle"-: Game Set Monday Will take care of child daytime ; I Beautiful lakefront lot 100 ft ]I!. tenor Latex Paint, $2.69 per and etc. By piece or good
price whole
; gallon. on Some wornonce.Johnie
or night. Mrs. Owen 1 !I by 450 ft.. two houses priced i ',I Mary Carter Paints,i i
i' 321 N. Ave. 6-20 Hansen, 51; ml.
Temple 2tchg
There will be a softball l Vaughn phone 969-2271. I right for cash. A. J. Thomas ._ .- I I I. S of Starke on U. S. 301.

YOU CAN GET game between the ladies of, : I' Itchg |\!. Realtor. ltchg 6-13.I: i: BOY- White or colored wanted Starke Phone 468-1766 Waldo.
Starke and Brooker Monday: i FOR RENT OR SALE- One | I for
June 17, at 8 p.m. in 3 bedroom house. 100'by74'I. 'I FOR SALE I 3i grade student yard or 10th';!___Itchg

All ladies from Brooke'e Newly built. Will sell one .Two bed room frame house.I i! furnish transportation and i! FOR RENT 3 rooms and

No air installation is better than the dealer who installs to meet at the Recreation Office r. | house on 50' by 174' lot. Com- :' fully furnished work shop I I lunch. Apply between 5 and 6pjn. bath furnished house. Newly
conditioning any it. From long experience : i pletely furnished. See Sam with equipment, paved street. decorated. Phone
at 7 and will leave I Phone 969-1421. |
l "_ __ pm. I! Price $7,000.00. 1 i 9642261.tfchJ
Rosenberg 2tchg 6-20
from there.Bridge 2tchg 6-20 ; _
: .we have found that a Bryant Air Conditioner installed by is I -f, Large shady corner lot with ._ i
our factory-trained, a solid j FOR SALE 1954 Pontiac.: i two bed room frame house. i I I II j I A'rrENTIONAll calf ropersor
I Private owner, phone 964- double garage paved streets. !I anyone Interested In calf

guarantee of a truly comfortable home free from needless trouble and expense. CALL US.Int ContractLet i 2381. Itp; I Price $10,000.00 with terms. i I before cyclopedia.buying M. A.any Payne other, your En- \ roping Call or contact A. E.
Adkins. 1404 Pratt
St. Phone
Modern CB house
To HubbardHubbard large lot; local
RENT3 bedroom unfurnished representative since 1956. i 964-0491.
I house. 535 W. Madison II' with fruit trees. Paved street. P. O. Box 603 Phone 9643'194.1tlChgj| ltp

Construction w:is! i St. Contact Mrs. J. D., Price 8000.00 with terms. j FOR SALE OR LEASE -2
Three bed .. __
room house -- -I acre land. 1 mile
apparent low bidder at $6 L-! .1 Seymour 664 N. Water St. Up Starke
BARRlEY I PHONE FL 925381518 GRAY STREET 876 for a new concrete bridge: I tile bath. carport and breeze- I! WANTED Small fence posts I Ii city limits off Rd. 16 with
ani approaches WataOak FOR SALE-2 bedroom house way, paved street. 2000.00> i and poles. Top price paid. Call I nw80 ft well, septic tank.
I JACKSONVILLE 7, FLA. over r 3500. on corner lot. Can be I down payment, balance $54.00) I for information DuboU Fence light pole with meter. GoIng
Creek State Road If
on seen any time. Phone 964-.1 I month. A. J. Thomas Realtor.Itchg Co. 752-0108. Night phone, overseas. Reasonable price.
-----I at Heilbronn
r ., Springs. 6431. Itp 6-13: 752-5143., Phone 9642381. UpPAGE

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Bradford( County Telegraph .



In Open Letter To CommissionJlardy z 9 k".

Xt n41 & exstr boundaries

Discusses qf Districts 1, %, ana 5tc '
BRADFORD. COUNTY :lri lc.ude portions of the: irore!

a ;pcpt0.ou. Districts 2 and 3.

= ,

I RedistrictingCalls i:2: 3t

Plan 1I 1 1'Ridiculous' j WHITE NEGRO Precinct Appxmt. w awb
Election Precinct Male Fernl. Total.lale\ FIn1 Total Total Populati'n
I II 1 Lawtey 322 259 581 102 107 209 790 1.817 _

I j 2 North Starke 1,05& 9&7 2,0-15 174 194 368 2,413 5,559 ___ I My '

3 South Starke 592 546 1.138 55 49 104 1,242 2,857

I June 5, 1963 : 4 Graham 39 34 73 73 168
Board of County Commissioners 5 Hampton 151 131 282 17 10 27 309 711

6 Theressa 124 10:? 244 17 13 30,, 274 630

Bradford County, 7 New River 45 42 87 7 3 10 97 223 .. f=
Staike. Florida 8 Brooker 105 104 209 209 481 -cC.EtT .

Gentlemen: - -

This _letter. is for the pur- TOTALS 2.436 2,223 4,659 372 376 748 5,407 12,446

pose Of confirming my oral I

resignation submitted to the : within the county. The ratioof t tion it was decided to use I j limits of Starke or enough to PLRgj

Board in Special session this registered electors to population I THE RIDICULOUS, THE 1 comprise two of the new commissioner t
morning. [1960 Census] is 2.3 : MEDIOCRE, and THE EX- : districts. The following xr #C s ND 1 ys *

Also for the record it is to 1. As well as other information :' PEDIENT approach, in order:I disadvantages: to this

my desire that this letter con.-] j the table above indicates I to make a fair presentation. | plan are enumerated:

taro certain views and opin the approximate population | In the pursuit of that objec- I 1. Does not provide a rurelI r

ions with reference to the redistricting !1 of each election district i tive facsimile sketches of I urban "mix" of the county's

problem that I when the ratio is applied to',I Bradford County were drawn i I geography.

have developed over the yearsin i the number of electors in each i i and tentative boundary linesi 1: 2. Permits an untenable imbalance a

general, and more particularly :I precinct .i I i were inserted to indicate the j insofar as area is con-
during the past few !,I i B FROM TIME TO TIME: 'Ii boundaries of the new districtsfor I! cerned.

months after I was authorized'I The statute makes it clear 1 each of those plans. Let I 3. Legally provides for a I .
by your honorable body to! +I I that the problem of redistricting -I I me say here that final boundary "power bloc" that could pos- 4''i %

conduct a more comprehensive is not a "one-time pro- ::j lines for any plan cannot sibly exist with three mem-
analysis and study of the cess," but is a continuing I!';r be known or specified until bers. Ext nd1ng ttir boundaries of !)1vidihg> the county :3$ equally

I problem with which you are problem that must be given!I! the exact location of every 4. Reduces to a great extent 13i5t vl (Lawt: y) to 1nell1de 'as' pr>$$tblB basin the division s
faced. due consideration by those to!'! registered elector is determined the "effectiveness" of a five- ,
This study and analysis has: whom the authority is given,:! fcy land section in which member board. 'and 'encfcftpass 1100 electors; ) on are$ &nd population a

been made in accordance with .I if and when any dispropor- : they reside and since it is I 5. Provides by legal sanction an4 dividing the uadning tn zi .focusing each of the dis.

the provisions of Chapter 124 tionate imbalance should occur -:. also desirable to use the county I for NON-PARTICIPATION of ,districts iato four qual tt.iqt1; : n the 'county seat
of the Florida Statutes, which even every two years if :, state and federal road sys- two commissioners in the .
provides that: I necessary. I tem in establishing the final I county's road building and areas Y f j
1 "There shall be five I C. ODD NUMBERED; boundaries it must also be I maintenance program. i t A.3-E F

county commissioner districtsin I YEARS: In the even numbered : known on which side of the I 6. County School Board '
road the elector lives in I Member Residence Districts at
each county, which shall be years the Primaries are ,
numbered one to five inclusive held in May and the General I,I great number of cases. I the present time conform to

and shall bs as nearly Election in November, and An additional facsimile was the boundaries of the Commissioner -

equal in proportion to POPULATION because! of the magnitude of prepared to indicate the I j' Districts. It remains

: as possible." the redistricting problem am- boundaries of the Commissioner 'I the School Board's option to

2. "The Board of County ple and sufficient time is not I 1 districts as they now continue that conformance. -

Commissioners shall, FROM available to do a creditable i i. exist and it is noted that in This plan denies the exerciseof 1y ,ti

TIME TO TIME, fix the job. By restricting the process :]i the original division of the that option should they desire 6 9
I .
boundaries of the above districts to the odd numbered ;' county into districts that a- I to do so. 'r ys

so as to keep them as I| years: when the General Election : rea was evidently the primary 7. I cannot bring to minda F d a
nearly equal In proportion to is not held undesir- ; consideration, since it is single advantage that this aG

population as possible: pro- I able conflicts that could possibly -: readily apparent that they plan offers, and that perhaps

vided that changes mad in arise are thereby avoid-I are reasonably equal in size is the greatest disadvantageof

the boundaries of county I ed.P. however, Chapter 124 does not all.
commissioner districts pursuant EJECTION DISTRICTS: i require area to be consid:red. In spite of the population .z

to this section shall be i As stated in the statute that j' Equal representation based I density being so heavily con- ,.

made' in ODD NUMBERED we are herewith applying any upon population; is the main J centrated in Districts 2 and : k l -
YEARS." change of alteration of the criteria. I 13! 1t-was found to be possible

3. "The boundary lines of commissioners' districts necessitates To provide the best possible\i to isolate a minimum of one PLAN
ELECTION DISTRICTS Shall a change also in balance and to satisfy the requirements -j I district and ration the population \ PLAN

never be so located or alteredas the voting precinct or precincts -! of the statute the I and area among the NCK2 NO.3

to lie partly in one count lying therein. To do one ; new districts should providefor I remaining four. For the purpose .

commissioner's district and we must do both. They can-' approimately 1,100 elec- I of illustration, District 1 :3 _
partly in another. Whenever not be considered separately. j tors, and then each new district -i -Lawtey, is shown to be isolated :: j

county commissioners' dis- On the other hand, when the i should be further divided but could be applied I
tricts are changed as afore- need arises to alter the pre- ;(, into two voting precincts II I equally as well to the Hampton I '

said, the election district shall cinct boundaries within a of 550 electors each. We would I or Brooker district, not

also be changed if necessary, commissioner's district, or to : then have 10 well balanced I however, to either North or i

I so as to comply with the requirements increase the number of precincts !! precincts instead of the cum- South Starke.

of this section." that also is within the bersome 8. The same figures 1. Which district should be''' indicates the near perfect bal- cility and ease by changing that condition to continue at plan was included for the of this letter be mad t j f..r

The following remarks are authority of the County Com- i apply to each of the three isolated { ance in area, and I balieve on ; the boundary line divid- the option of the Board of. purpose of indicating the extreme of ,your official record u .

included to point out and ex- missioners. Your own records I, plans submitted. 2. Provides the element of I that when the population fig- ing any two districts. i Public. Instruction. application of the stat- as the minutes of the i p i'

plain the more pertinent pro- will indicate that I have sub- Plan No 1-The Ridiculous: "sectionalism" to be established ures have been determinedthat I 5. The proper balance may I 7. Provides insofar as possible II III ute to its worst degree, and meeting of June 5th. In .I""

visions of this Chapter. mitted plan after plan, year I I It is admitted that this planis in one district. the final boundary lines likewise be maintained in the i, an equal and common interest certainly carries no approvalor first place, the content hi+ i. -t!

A. POPULATION: To fol- after year and made appeal{I in compliance with the 3- This plan has some merit,I will correspond not altogether I new voting precincts of any I for each commissioner; recommendation on my will be of tremendous bu!,< : !>I
low the "letter of the law'- after appeal to relieve the statutory provisions, but was but in my opinion, not enough in- district. For example, let us | in the countys' road building to my successor, and in i::
'I but near to those part. I wish to be as emphaticas
condition of that provided merely to show the for its to be consid-
would require county census disparity I adoption that district will
a i dicated. A few of the advant- assume a ; and maintenance program and I possibly can in refusingto second place I am sure ti I t i''
to be taken. In lieu there continues to exist in our election extreme disparity that would ered. of this plan are pointedout experience a rapid growth I DOES NOT DENY the incumbent be identified, even with its the future will determine i'i!' ;
of. the next best available districts, aUto no avail. I exist if we fail to considerthe Plan No. 3-The ExpedientOr ages from its original 1100 electorsto right of any commission- tentative approval. About the need for it to be referred to

records that we have are the I The Results of'he StudyIn question of area. There the plan that providesthe : 1500.( By shifting only the I er to participate therein. May I also express my .si, ,
the results of i are approimately 2,200 ultimate for uni 1. Provides all districts withan strongest proeest that I can
registered electors of the 0 preparing reg- complete internal boundary line within 8. Finally, this plan will
I I cere thanks and gratitude i tlj
lying the study for your considera- istered electors within the city fication. The facsimile itself! equal interest in the seat possibly register is to confirmin
eight voting precincts I of their county government. that district will provide: a permIt a COUNTY commissioner I' writing my oral resignation, each member of the Board i hr
simple and satisfactory solu- i! to be one in fact and
I a.1 2. Permits an acceptable dis- previously submitted. the opportunity of endia.u: *
ffYTYYYYTTYTYTTYTrrmLAWTEY son. Refreshments were served School 10 aJm., worship 11 Eric of Fort Worth Texas, are tion of maintaining the proper -i reality, rather than by name
of the rural and ur- There is additional to
tribution one request ing serve.
after adjournment. m., training union 7 p.m. evening !i spending a few days with Mr balance of 750) electors for I I
ban areas for each of the five only.The that I will hopefully Respectfully your; ,
\ I Vacation Bible School that services 8 p.m. YWA and iI i ii and Mrs H. C. Wainwright.Mrs. each of the two adoption of any plan or
1 I districts. voting pre- I I make, and that is to let a copy Charles Ha id-+ :
was scheduled to begin Monday i Intermediate GA meet each Purser is Mrs. Wain- cincts therein. proposal in re-districting a ...
lying '---- -- ------
the 10th has been post- I first and third Mondays at 9 5 wright's sister. I 3. Eliminates the disadvantage 6. To avoid confusion and i county represents a very significant -
Enza Blanchard
Br i poned. Date will be announced I p.m. Youth meeting on alter- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Djal; i of district isolation and conflict in number of instances change that will affect -
the a I
1 AAAAAALAAAALAAAIA&AAA't 1: later. nate Saturdays. On Saturday ;( Debby and Eddie visited Rev. promotes the relief of it is desirable for to some degree, almost STARKE

t The Methodist Womans So- ,, Church Schedules June 15, Rev. Paul Travis of' Howe and family in Gaines- tendency toward sectionalism.I many reasons that the School every resident within its boun-

ciety met Thursday evening I Grace Methodist: Church: Paran Baptist Church will, ville during the week. On 4. If any future imbalance Board Member Residence Dis- daries. BUSINESS DIRECTORYI I

with Mrs Orville Bumgarnerfor j School 9:45 a.m.. worship 11 I make an address to the young :j jI I Monday they attended a revival -i should occur in any district,I tricts conform to the bound The total and county wide i

their regular business I j a on., evening services 8 p.m.I people. at Paran Church con [and it will! the proper bal- aries of the commissioner dis- PUBLIC INTEREST factor, or
j I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse starling! ducted by the pastor Rev. provides for I the greatest good for the largest -I .
meeting and program. Mrs.! MYP each Wednesday 8 p.m. ': ance can be restored with fa- tricts. This plan
Bumgarner presented the les-1 First Baptist: Sunday 1 who spent a very pleasant ,! Paul Travis of Keystone ,I I ''I number has been the pre- I \ REPAIRS AUTO SERVICEEarl's
I spring with their son-in-j, Heights. dominent thought in developing I --
: law and daughter, Mr. and! Sunday dinner guests of Mr.I and daughters of New Orleans -! birthday supper for her husband and recommending a
I Mr. and Kenny, Saturday nightat Gardners
La. visiting pro-I
Mrs. H. C. Wainwright have and Mrs. Troy Bennett were I I posal that I would
Hampton Christian Church : returned to their home in I Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett Mrs. Earl Green and family.! their home. Those and Mrs.attending Roy I! be worthy for your adoption j I Gulf ServiceEvery
Bartow.Mr. and family of State Farm. I Mrs. L. L. Dyal and Mrs. were: and approval. The plan for ALL KINDS OF
: and Mrs. Johnny Bel- Clifton Prevatt of Gibson- H. H. Mott visited Mrs. Marie Green and family Mr. and!; expediency, or Plan No. 3, ts" WORKAU Mechanieal S!>r\i ire
Invites You To I lew of Athens, Ga. spent the ton visited his uncle and aunt,t McDavid in Alachua General i iI Mrs. Leon Jones and family,' the only one that can possibly General Repairs Automata

I week with Mrs. Bellew's parents Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Hospital in Gainesville Friday I Brenda and Don: McDavid satisfy that requirement.After Work Guaranteed Transmissions

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saturday. I 1. afternoon.: II and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Me- being allowed the Phone S69-2S6I GULF PRODUCTS

Revival ServiceJUNE Manning.Miss I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. i i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jones David and daughter. The ;I privilege [or was itJ of participating Bo. Walnut Starke TIRES BATTKKIE.S

Elizabeth Terry was Truby Wainwright during the'. and family and Mr. and Mrs. group later enjoyed swimming :j! in a two day discus Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 S'.d!; *
visiting her sister Mrs C. E.j week were Jack Wainwrightof Kenny Green and son enjoyed and refreshments of ice cream PHONE 961--678J
tion, June 4th and 5th, of the'
Strickland: in Gainesville sev-; Waycross, Ga. Wilk[ Wain- picnic and swimming at I II and birthday cake at the j, -
I merits and demerits, the pros
17-21 : eral days last week. wright of Tampa and N, D. I I Branford Sunday. I home of Mr. and: Mrs. A. F. and cons, the advantages and .VUTO SERVICE FLORIST
: Mrs. Joyce Futch visited Wainwright of Hollywood.W. I A-lc and Mrs. Creig Wood I McDavid. and
disadvantages, every sun- II
I Ancel Futch in the hospital in F. Moore, Chuck and and son, of Albany, Ga. were Visit "Six Gun Territory"The dry implication of this that, Gilbert S. Brown Colonial Florist

8:00 P. M. NIGHTLY I.; Gainesville Saturday. She also Micky were' visiting Mr. and the weekend guests of his first through the sixth and the other and then to I HAS NEW OWNERS
visited other relatives and Mrs. S- D. Andrews and child- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd grades of the Brooker Junior i .
i have the Board to go off on Standard: OH Service Statioi at Dot Bagwell, ItgrFRESH .
friends. ren in Wildwood. Chuck remained Wood. High School visited "Six GunTerritory" i
I I.1
Hear Christ Proclaimed By The .. the most unreasonable tan- ATLAS I FLOWERS
Mr. and Mrs. Alen Carter of to spend some tim !
:, : MrS. Mary Green attended II near Ocala last gent, by a vote of three to two, I I JLKMBKR F. T. D
Jacksonville were weekend, with the family.YTYYTYT.YYY.Y..TY. I the graduation of her great-I Wednesday. :Mrs. Salty Lang- TIRES & BATTEHIES
Following Ministers: Pauli! from the good to the bad; flowers Wired World Unto
.i guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul I grandson: Gary Pinkston, son.. ford, Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr., I Ii from the acceptable to the ob- !!Budget lerzas Road -Servic e I, Starke Phone 964-6::!41 1 1I
Bennett and children. Mr. YT.1IBROOKER of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pinks-!j I Mrs. James Temple, :Mrs. Roy ------- -------
+ MONDAY noxious; FROM THE EX- I
Phone 964-7071
and I
;, and Mrs Gary Bennett I Ii Park Friday Green Howard Douglas.
CARL COOPER BAINBRIDGE, GA. .i children joined the family at I night. Mrs. Green also attended Mrs. Victor Jones, Mrs. J- T. LOUS. By placing your tenta- 407 N. Temple Siarkt
a barbecue supper. the wedding of her grandson Bass and their teachers, Mrs. i SPECIALIZE IN
TUESDAY I tive stamp of approval on .
Glenn Glennett,
!. Mrs. Crews By Shirley Green Carl Pinkston and Miss Loca Whitten Mrs. Mattie I II Plan No. 1The Ridiculous LANDSCAPINGAND
FRED SMITH JACKSONVILLE FLA. Sue and Janet were visiting
the Martha Jones at Green Cove I Ellis, and Mrs. Hazel Harreil I indicates that it is your pref- Hurst'sService NURSERY
relatives in Raiford during Phone 2281
WEDNESDAY Springs Saturday night. accompanied the group on erence to continue in the con- Private and Commercial
week.Mr tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLouie Mrs. Harold Sorrell and!i r their trip. dition of apathy and uncon- Station Property
ginbotham have returned after Brown of Jacksonville daughters of Jacksonville are; TraiainUnion Party cern. By your ready and will- SINCLAIR Also expert tree removal and
THURSDAY I spending their vacation in the I was the Thursday guestof visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Djal entertained -i info acceptance of all the unworthy
: I'I'I
JERRY SMITH DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. I mountains of Alabama. I'I I' his mother, Mrs. H. O-I Mrs. I> L. Dyal this week. her Intermediate Training I features and the plainly Gas Oils Lubrication Tri CountyDevelopment

I Mrs. Sam J. McGarvey left I: Brown. Earl Green is a patient in Union Class with ,a party Sat- evident features of disad- Goodyear Tires & Batteries Co.

FRIDAY Saturday for a visit with relatives -I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blaw of Alachua General Hospital in urday at the lake home of Mr vantage offered by Plan 1,

JIMMY CLICK JACKSONVILLE, FLA. in New York and New I Homosassa Springs were visit Gainesville. and Mrs. Earl Green on Lake implies a few things that I ROAD SERVICE Trimming.

I I Jersey. ing Mrs. :Mary Green Friday. Gainesville Supper Winnott. The group had a reduce I i 70G S. Walnut Starke 964-611,,1 Your Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mr. and Mrs. AI Purser and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hinton Mrs. Caroljn Green gave a very enjoyable day. 1 to writing. Since the Lake Butler HY 6-1267

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for distribution and for final Than 12:00: o' lok Noon E. S. vs. parrel of land in Sta 'K#
I; school. The enrollment is 83 is really what it is, We know 1 Bible stories and memory week enroute to :Michigan! for !( discharge and that on July 5th. I T.. 2 June 1963 At The Office LUCILLE NORTON. Floridarhuh ;.s iindeo, >n

and there were 80 present we have been through a few work, handicrafts, music and : a visit with relatives. i\ US::, I will apply to the Honorable :, of: W. O. Whittle, Chief FlorIda Defendant, the ,west by Mum 'c S'1""rr
State Farmers' Markets P. and "fvn! the east nv State
Theron A. Yawn County DIVORCE
CLAY HILL I II i who were counted, but if we of them. But it is a wonderful I refreshments.Rev. i Richard May spent four Judge of Bradford County, I 1 O. Box 1191: Winter Haven. NOTICE Koadt.200; and on the ourb

i had been just a few minutes work, we need to have more 1 Paul L. Estes, pastor j days fishing out from May- I Florida, for approval of said i FloridaI TO: Lucille Norton, residenceand by a turnout tOO eonnevtiug Mnnvoe St'eeFaid Sta e
i FOR Road, : and
final returns and for order of I : address unknown
an "
I pearlier, we would have been of them. I will be serving as principal ]i port from Sunday to Wednes- distribution and for final dis- A.) Materials Only As Re- Ton are hereby notified thata I parcel innrams 7-0

By lln. J. L. StricklandILAALAA4IAAAA41AAAAAA6 I in the county; anyway we I for the two-week school as-j: day this week charge as administratrix of the I quired For The Renovation complaint for divorce has I I square feet, more or less.
I estate of Henry O'Hara, de- And Repairs For been filed against you. and The sale! will begin promptly -
were there in time for the TTY TTTY YY YTYY YYYY YYm sisted by workers for each of ceised. I Three Existing Cooler you are required to serve acopy I] at 11:00 A. M A bid of
Lillian the age groups. NEW RIVER BAPTIST Rooms At Unit No. 1. I $::!?l6.tIt murt be received
class. My daughter This 4th day of Jane, 193. 1 of your Answer or plead- |
I A detailed legal description
We were really pleasantly B.) Furnishing And Install- '
and Softball Team ,Still CHURCH /s/ Fannie Elizabeth O'Hara IDS to the Complaint on the '
and I were there earlier HAMPTON ing New Refrigeration |'I of the property and other Information -
surprised last Tuesday evening i Administratrix i plaintiff's attoinev. George Ii.Pirec I
i Lagging League Play Replacement regarding this sale
day the iI 1 Equipment And/Or '
learned this one
on 6/6 4t 6'27:! P. O. Drawer: 1030,
[last week] when a car Sunday School, 10 a. Parts As Required I .
: I Sunday School didn't start I Hampton's softball team lost m'l Starke. Florida, and file the j may tie obtained from J ft.Bselline.
drove up to our gate and a Bj Sirs.\ D. E. Hill j i one game to Pine Level. 24-8 Morning Worship. 11 a. : For The AboveMentioned oriental Answer or pleading in': Jr., District Oluf
I '
until 10:30.: We rushed madly : NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Cooler Rooms. Management and Disposal
great big, full grown man 'iI in league play at Brooker on .I Training Union. 6:30 p.m. Eve- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Vendors ;t the office of the Clerk of the : Branch. State Road Depart
I back to Highland for Sunday &AAAAZ.AAAAALLAL&Christian J i! May Acquire A List Of :,
Circuit Court before the
crawled out of the car and : rung' Worship. 7:30: p.m. Xotice is hereby given that :Materials Pertaining To Para- on or ment. Lake City, Florida
Thursday evening last week, i j i
8th of June, 1963. If ;
School, didn't wait for reportsor the undersigned, under the proVisions day you The successful bidder must
A" O.
graph Aho'rom W.
started to yell at us: Of coursewe I Sunday Church Revival and played two exhibition I"week j Prayer Service Wednesday -: of Chapter 20,953! : Laws i, fail to so do a Decree Pro i
ANYTHING after I II Whittle Or From The Manager execute a proposal and furnisha
I Confesso will be taken ;
went to see what had escaped School classes was over, I Five Days Next Week games with mixed teams at I I 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. of Florida Acts of 1941 will theCircult At The Starke State Farmers I you for' the relief demanded against in. bhi.,.<< posit in the amount of
I register with the Clerk of
from the zoo but it : Revival services will be hell: Waldo Saturday and Sunday. II i Court in and for Brad i I :Market In Starke, Florida. 1 the Complaint. j 10 pr'v-pent of his bid onmediately -,
dashed Clay Hill got following the sale!
to be oldest : BROOKER BAPTIST ford County, Florida, Refrigeration Subcontractor '! Done and ordered at Starke,
just happened our rushed Monday through Friday evening League games scheduled for upon receipt The bid deposit shall be in the
there May Acquire The Specifications
the classes
in i
son Charles Fields and his on next week at Hampton : i CHURCH of proof of publication oi i And Criteria For The Refrig- I Florida this 4th day of June, A. form of-"a Cashier's: t'hei-k orother''iniiSoanoeUble
last Friday: were called because j )). 1963.
4 back home to get our dinner, i this notice the fictitious name, !1 1m:'>-n-
family. or we consider them 1 I Christian Church, June 17 oration Pertaining To ParagraphI Charles A. Darby I *
j of graduation exercises Pastor BEAOTI-PLEAT OF FLORIDA, mentjt'Tftii
; is
Ru. James a
and back for intermission. We Temple, | I "l3' Above From W O. Whittle I deposit guar-
.as his family. He and Dottieadopted for the ; through 21, at 8 p-m. The at.BHS stadium. and are ten- : under which I am engaged in Or From The Market Manager I Clerk Bradford Circuit Court, Florida, I II anise that' the BUiH-essful) f>1.t-
got there in time business at Rt. 1 Box 272, : County : the!
clerill complete puivhHe
a baby while overseas church house to be so full following ministers are to be ,i tatively re-set for July 5. I j Morning Worship.! 11 am. | Starke, Florida. As This Noted Data Abo\e Will Be Available I Py Janet N. Carter !! of tlio land subjet-t to the .\nJitlous -

and now have our young- t there was no room inside so conducting services: ,I No game was scheduled for' Evening Service, 8 pjn. Sunday Richard Fl> arty, Rt. 1 Box i i Immediately l'pon Request 'I'. Seal Deputy Clerk ;, set forth by the De*

est daughter, ll>rene's children -. !'! Monday, Carl Cooper of' Hampton Tuesday night this ; School. 10 am. Training :272! Starke, Florida. sole owner. i i Signed S- W O. Whittle Chief ( ellrgf H. Pierce, Attorney for : partment. .
we stayed and heard we I P.iU-d this 30th day of MayA. Florida State Farmers The Department reserves he
which makes a family of Bainbridge, Ga.; Tuesday I week in league nd : Union 7 p.m. Prayer Service! : Plaintiff i
play. !
could, and visited with old D. 1963 at Staike Bradford Markets Winter haven ; 6/6 4t 6'27:! right to reject any or all bids
five children for them. Three I Fred Smith of Jacksonville; Thursday's game [June 13] is ,; each Wednesday 8 p.m. ,II County, Florida. Florida ; and to waive technical eriois
friends. Bro. Clarence Knight I I 6,'6 4t 6.'27 6/6 :2t! 6 '13 \ as may be! deemed best for theinterest
of these children had never Wednesday, Kenneth Hartleyof I i
was doing the preaching, and j : against Natural Gas at Brook- pt'OL1C1"'CTIO of the State.
.seen us before, but they are I the -, Deland; Thursday, Jerry er at 7:15 pjn. This Friday | BAPTIST CBURCHIIEILBRONN II i CALL FOR BIDS I la The Circuit Court Of A publio auction will be held ; MA.VAl.F.Mli.VT AM DISPOSAL -
to hear message I .
child- we really Beach and !I I i Unit No. 1, Renovations To I honda Eighth: Judicial ('Ir1 for the sale or the following DIUCII:
all very sweet, loveable Smith of Daytona ; i Ii
: : June 14, Hampton plays I
but- as so many others ; Existing Refrigeration Rooms 1 cuit I..d For Bradford described pan-el of land on the. nh.lIt ofrnj DlI.luu
f ren. They are also spending a'Iew out side the door. :, Friday, Jimmy Click of Jack- i i Brooker at Brooker at 8 pjn. i 1 i, Starke State Farmers Market !, Tuanty. In Chaaeery.RICHARD site of said property at 110 FI.OUIIJ.ST.'I'.: ROAD DRPA11TMET -
days in Jacksonville and -was just sonville. Sunday School 10 a. m. ; tarkl'. Florida P A :M. on June lst, iSoS! :
seri i I land Tuesday next week Bids No NORTON.Plaintiff.. : :t
From the Homecoming ; Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Will Be Received LaterI A wedge shaped triangular' G/8 e/u
Cove with Dottle's rel 1 !
I Oreen Carl Clarke, pastor of the Hampton vs Independents at I f
Aunt I
:' atives. Charles has to be back vices we went to see church, extended an invita- ;' Starke at 8:45: pjn. Thursday ;.Training Union, 7 pjn. Evening I -

on post by June 15 so they Babe Padgett! hadn't heard I tion to everyone to attend night next week June 20, ;I Worship 8 p.m. Prayer

can not visit very long with from her for sometimes, learn these services. i: Hampton plays Garden Rest- ::, Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pjn.

anyone. He is still one of our ed she" was as "chipper back home as I! Hampton City Council aurant at Brooker at 8 pin. ': Rev. Charles Harvey pastor. AREA! BUSINESS S DIRECTORY

''J Army boys and will have his and ever,in came short on time were busy i OK's Gas-Beer License I Swim Lessons Begin MondayBus i

J twenty years completed before a Union in Highland Two requests were made of I Leave School 7:45 a.m. I FIRST CS2ISTIAK' 1- :
with Junion !
too long. of children CHURCH
Any our
the Hampton City Council at !
for les-
Church. Busy days? Well. I The bus swimming -
never can tell us before they at -
the irregular meeting
: didn't have time to;\ ; sons is to leave Hampton El- Bob L. Bafcett MInister
maybe, we I
are we Hampton City hall on Tues School next MUSIC SUPPLIES
to find out. I | ementary Monday 6unda.v
enough School. 9:45
stop long a. m.
know it when they get to the day evening last week. June I I !
And all of this time we had : morning approximately 7:45: i Church Worship, 10:45: a. m i Home Beautiful
I 4 and both were approved. I' LINCOLN MERCURY Learn I Gridley Music
gate.The ,left our better-half Jim, at am. for the beach area at Chi Rho. 5:30: p. BL Choir I Complete Beauty
revival at Hill I
well ,attended and Clay there were was home sick. He was able to be I John Van Koolebergen requested j i Kingsley Lake. The bus, comi I m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 1: p. COMET FIAT METCORr Girls Women Men I Furniture Co. Co. Inc.
and beer licenseto Tuition Budgeted
a gas ing from Brooker. will driveout -
and around but not able I i : i m. WedLeadJ.i .
four professions of faith during up business at the i Authorized Sales-Service- COMPLETEDECORATING
operate a Highway 18 to Highway FREE PLACEMENTSpecial
did not get to attend the services. He i CENTRAL FLORIDA'SComplete
the week. We
morning.In 1 Shaeffer property at the junction I 301. ,making transportation a- CHURCH OF GOD Part" Brush-Up Courses I SERVICE
to attend except on Saturday was better Monday I Music Store
: at the east end of town vailable for children along Trained 3IechanJcs-Good
422 N. Vast; Selection Of Nationally
it St. CUir St.
night This little church had all of this rambling Pianos by Baldwin Storey A
and the council voted to grant that route. All children in Central Hairstyling
their Homecoming Sunday seems we omitted the ban- : I Used Cars Known Brand Names Clark, Henry L. MWecfo'behek -
the Sunday 10
license. Hampton area will meet bus School a.m.
which was well attended. Mrs. ner class in the Clay Hill I 1 College GUARANTEED PRICES
I Frank Wolfred' asked the
at the school. Morning Worship. 11 a. m Barkley Motors
Lizzie Dupree, from Jacksonville Sunday School. Well, it was I 1 Assurance of Satisfaction Organs by Baldwin .t Conn
for drain pipe for 11 Evening,Service. 7:30 p.mY-
Council School
who has been unable to the Nurserv. It seems that the i his I Hampton Elementary PE I 615 N. Main GainesvilleB 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville CONVENIENT TERMS Gibson & Gretch Guitars-
I l laying a driveway for i ended the school with : each Wednesday, 7:30: p.
tie. | year I
before there was a I Amplifiers
attend the services for sometime Sunday 376-4103 FREE PARKING
and Pri- I home. Since the erection of j 1167 enrolled, according t c I I'I' t m. Prayer Meeting Friday. 1004 N. Main
but who formerly reg- Nursery. Beginners 1703 N. MaIn St. GaiitesviU<
I homes on Pine street' 7:30 pjn. L. S. Williams
these .
Charles E. Francis principal.
There were 91 present Gainesville Center
ularly attended the Home- maries. Shopping
i 8 G Motors Co.
recently on-street parking pastor.
2-I Since the transfer of the i '
comings, was with us Sunday. on this sunday June I BUILDING MATERIALS GARDEN SUPPLIES

She has been unable to attend still just 83 enroled. If some'i narrowed traffic space con- eighth grade to Starke shortly -: I Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at j New and UsedPIANOS
and the Paris
would siderably, approved after school opened last j Johnson & Inc...
services for r-ore than a of the other churches j; Bradford County Telegraph. ,
: the request. fall said the enrollmenthad :: Ridgway Roof UtJIT.RSURUnSSlIEE1
year. We were really overjoyed just get busy our Sunday he Complete Line of
The council plans to have a
to see her able to be out Schools and all services would I for firefighting held fairly even throughout AOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALE Sales and Service SEEDSPLANTSFERTiliZERS MUSICBudget
well I the year, from 165169.Of XOTICE Is Hereby Given Truss Co. Tern
again even if she does haveto improve in number as as that
equipment present at the I, P. D. Reddish, Sheriff 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441
i of '
i (
the 167 45 are to attend iI InS'J'tcidftS-Pet Supplies"We
use her crutch to get a- membership, and spiritually.The next meeting to discuss the Bradford County, Florida, under Lillian' Music Store
I WoodPrefabricated 1..russes .t I
round. Highland Sunday Junior High School in Starke i and by virtue of certain write of PHONE 8T6-7515 Rent Fertilizer Spreade

One of the former Clay Hill School has 114 enrolled, we I'' purchase here for fighting of adequate fires.facilities next year, and next year's execution 1. Execution, to-wit:issued by the Components 224 N. W. 8th Ave. "Gainesville Leader"

school teachers, Florence had 69 present Sunday. The Hampton Elementary School I Circuit Court ot Bradford Any Size Free Estimates:: PHO NE 372-0476{) Since 1933
Bible School
i Baptist County, Florida under date 1132 So. Main Gainesville 112 S. E. First GalnegvUU
the ban- i enrollment will include grades Crane Motor Co. Gainesville Fla.
Crews [tmarried name forgotten primary class won I Parade, Enroll Friday, of May 1, 196;:::, issued pur 372-3961-Collect Call .
] was present. Nellie Wilkinson ner. Our Junior Union is hold- t Classes Start Monday one through six only. Sum- I suant to a tax warrant of MOVER
and i mer work at the school build- The Comptroller of Florida LARK ANGLLl INSULATIONROOFINGAll
was also present even if ing our own in number Vacation Bible School at. under the provisions of I I _.___ ___ _. .u __ __
work but we need more Juniors ing is to be only upkeep and Section 222.15. I i
she does have to use her walker I Florida Statutes ENGLISH FORD BUILDING SUPPLIESi Gainesville
Hampton Baptist Church begins American
minor repair work includin'J'some against Bradford ,
Jun- ,
to have real good
to get around. It is good! a i.
this Friday afternoon. Building Supply, Inc. and ,
I i
to see these folks again, especially ion Union. I June 14, with preparation painting of the rooms, the officers thereof, for the MERCEDES BENZ VOLVC I McCoy Building ;(Insulation & RoofingCO. MayflowerLOCAL
Mr. Francis said. collection
Branch church is.. of delinquent Retail -
the ones who have The Long Authorized Sales & Service AND LONG
starting at 1:30 A parade I tales Taxes in the a-
been sick for so long and not having their Bible school this p.m. PersonalsMr. mount of $397.88, together "Complete Service for Allllakes" Supply Center DISTANCE MOVING

able to go anywhere. Aunt week, with classes during the through town will be followed and Mrs. Floyd Smith with costs of collection. New Roofs Shingles And
Storage Crating
Babe Padgett is able to attend day. The Clay Hill Church is with worship program, regis- of Perry are the parents of a 2. Circuit Execution Court issued of Bradford by the LUMBER or BuiltUpRoof Gainesville Phone 376-5224

Vacation tration and refreshments at; County, Florida 506 E. Ave.PIIO'E I BUILDING SUPPLIES Cleaning & Repairs
church again also. She also having their daughter, Lisa Maywood, bornin in a cause University

is going strong again at the Bible School this week classes the church. I Perry Saturday, June 8. therein wherein lately Best wall pending Gypsum: 372-4343 I IHRDWARE Fiberglass Insulation Security Transfer

age of 93 or 94, I havelost: beginning at 7:30: in the eve-I Vacation Bible School classes Mr. and Mrs. Milton .Mosher Cum&adr atilaryland COT* 1 I No. Slain and 2Sr Boulevard Blown or Batt

count.In nine. The Highland folks are,' begin next Monday morn-, : of Hampton are grandparents. poration.Bradford, was Building plaintiff Supply, and, Gainesville, Fla.DODGEDART. PHONE 872-1S61 Contractor or Retail & Storage Inc.

spite of Sunday being the waiting until the first week in ing, June 17, at 8:30: am. to i ,: George Birt and E. L. Dirt Inc. was defendant to satIsfy Gainesville DAY or NITE ,
Homecoming services at the August for their Bible School. 11:30 ajn. each day for two I I'' drove their mother, Mrs. Mag- defendant a judgment against said PHONE 376-4236

Clay Hill church, they had As all know. this is a busy weeks at the church. Activities -, ;! gie Lester, to St. Petersburg :3.: Execution for issued th* CEMENT '12314 N.E. 19th Dr. Galnesvllli FOGARTY BROS,

just three short of their en- time for all, when it comes to I' are planned for ages from'I Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. 13 Small Claims Court o t DODGE TRUCKS TRANSFER, Inc.

roUment present for Sunday this kind of work-and work three through 16, including>j Albert Birt, and to see her a reward cause therein County lately Florida pendIng in- JANITORIAL SUPPLIES Local & Long Distance Moving
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II! sister in Tampa, Mrs. Zora wherein Penninsular Sa.lesPartSService LINTELS" WINDOW SILLS, Mops & Mopping Etruipmfn; CrrOngStomg&PacldnrPhone

I Dyal. who has been ill. Supply, and Company Bradford was Building plaintiff CSED CARS TOO STEPPING STONES Brooms Brushes 378-2666

I I Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Gerwolds] SuP lr: Inc.; was' defend- "If It's Cement Wi Cast It" Washes Cleaners 1040 So. Main Gainesvlll
ant to satisfy a judgmentfor Poole-Gabfe Motors
have moved from the Jessie $11.86: damages and Cement Rest Room Supplies
!1 Chastain house on Navarre costs of $8.50 TOE NEON SIGNS

I : Ave.. and Mr. and Mrs. Leas- have levied upon the following 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Precast Products
personal property situate in the PHONE 372-434S Don MacClellan Co. Jeffcoat
| ton Forsyth moved into the buildings located at 301 East 2033 N. E. 37th Ave. Gaines'WePIIOl"E

O house last weekend. I Call Street, Starke, Florida, said I Janitorial & 3laintenanceSupplies Neon
I f I If property beingdescribed as: 372-095
; Mrs. H. D. May moved last i All of the stock of goods PLASTIC PAINTED
wares and merchandise o f AUTO SALVAGE 1315 N.V.. 4th. PlaceGainesville !
weekend into the house recently Bradford Building Supply, Inc., Neon Designing Neon RepairsErecting

;i vacated by Mr. and i and consisting building materials CONCRETE PRODUCTS 372-2723 3IalnDPiuuiee,

I : Mrs. Howell Williams. Mrs. I to, paints including, lumber but not, door limited -. ]Paul's Auto SalvageWe LADIESWEARCherry's 1611 S. Main ____ Gainesville

i May has been staying with her tools, hardware, screens, win- Phone Day 372-0302

grandson and grand-daughter- dows office, and the ttiupmi'nt furniture Buy Wrecked Cars At INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Kite 372-8897

( 1' I i I in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Leon and fixtures of said: Bradford CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
Moorer in Starke. Building Supply, lac. PRICES THE BEST FROM: Gainesville's Moat Fashionable OFFICE EQUIPMENTParker's
I property of the said
i i Mrs. Verna DeWitt of Palo I Bradford Building Supply, Inc., All Makes & Models Used Address For Ladies

;i Alto, Calif. spent several and that on the 17th day of Edwards Building sms-sUlT8-COAT8: :
i June, 1963, at 12 Noon, on said
here last week, visiting with day, upon premises of said 'Teletype ServiceWe will find Supply Inc. MATERNITY WEAKACCESSORIES Ga1nel\'IDe'l :Most Complete:: Of

I her son-in-law anj daughter, Bradford Building Supply, Inc. flee Machine
Equipment &
I I at 301 East Call
Street Starke
0 part for
:Mr. and any you. 105 W. University, Gainesvlli
Wiliamson. !- Bradford County, Florida; I 726 s. Main-372-4844 Store.
will offer for sale and sell to Phone 376-4512 Office
I the highest bidder for cash, in Gainesville, Fla. MATERNITYVEAR Complete Planning
Ronnie Knight is spending!! hand the above described prop- 1301 S. Main Gainesville Underwood Products
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| a few days in erty, ,at the property of said Ave.
Gainesville this I Bradford Building Supply, :Inc. Nan'sStork 601 W. University
j week with Terry Kirby.Mr. I II to satisfy each of the aforesaid ELECTRIC MOTORS Gainesville 372-2555

I and Mrs. A. M. Bryant executions. ,AUTO TIRES I Shop -
I P. D. REDDISH, Sheriff '
I were overnight visitors in Ft. of Bradford County, Special Occasion Dresses To PAINTS

1 Myers Thursday and Friday I Florida. FOR THE BEST IN Electric Motor Every Day Sportswear
i 5-23:: 4t 6-13
j last week. RECAPPINGCars Formats-Long Dresses, Slim Harper Paint Co.

I P. H. Lott, Frances and I LrOrXTY JUDGE'S COITIT.l.N Trucks. Tractors Repair Co.OF Jim Short -Matching Tops We Stock

Mrs. Thebaa
I tor.NTY. FL01UUX % Grade A Cold Robber ,
Atkins drove to Stewart, Miss. In re: Estate of COMPLETE ELECTRIC 114 So. Main GainesvilleIEN'S SMITH AND

I for the weekend last week, I L. G. Hemingway. deceased. Factory Trained Recapper MO'FORSALES DUTCH BOY PAINTS
< returning on Tuesday. Miss I All creditors of the estate of English Tire & .AND SERVICE STORE Painters supp ell
Frances LoU; who was graduated -I L. G. Hemingway, deceased, are --- 10 S. W. 7th Street
hereby notified and required to "Distributor of H. M. Chitty & Co. GainesvilleROOFING
| from BHS last Friday! file any claims or demands

evening, was awarded a i iI which they may have against Recapping New Lincoln Motora"PHONE SINCE 1902
I said estate in the office of the 372-8318
scholarship to St. Vincent's county judge of Bradford Coun- I Curlee Suits

Hospital School of Nursing in ty, Florida in the courthouse; at 1111 S. Main Street 1030 S. Main. Gainesville Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts
I Starke Florida within six calendar -
Jacksonville. She plans to en- months from the date of Gainesville 372-2197 & Underwear The Helzel Co.

ter the school in September.Mr. the first publication of this no- % FLOOR COVERING Stacy Adams Nonn- ROOFING

MAKE YOUR GIFT A TREASURED SURPRISEELECTRICALLY and Mrs. Frank Wol- I I be Each writing claim and or demand must must state Busch Shoes. SHEET METAL

fred have purchased the William the place or residence and poatI Automatic Transmissions Stetson it Mallory Hat. AIR PONDITION1NO

Gve0 8eft; I Cranford house on Pine I I' office and address; be sworn of the to Claimant by the'dalmant Central Florida Tile I S.E. First St Gainesville No Job Too Large Or Too Smafl

I Street and moved in recently. his agent or his at I I St. GaIAeIYW'PHONE
202 S. E. 4th
Mrs. Vasco Busey and children I: according torney. or to it law.will become Told ONE DAY SERVICEALL & Marble Co. MONUMENTS 372-1491

visited here Sunday with I May ':24th. 1863. CARPETS BY

IThe Mr.' and Mrs. John Parker I I I One A.ORIE Wiggins.A. WIGGINS.Administrator AND MAKES-iREPAm EXCHANGE Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, Gainesville Granite PHOTO SHOP

| and Saturday visitors at the of the Estate of L. Downs

lively NE\V LOOK in gifts is electric! As modern as' : Parkers were Mr. and Mrsj ,I THOMAS G, Hemingway& PIEUCE, deceased Gator Automatic Boom Sizo-Wall to Wall & Marble Works Fuller's Foto, Inc.

Tomorrow. Always in good taste. So practical so preferred Albert Morris and baby of Attorneys at Law Installation CEMETERY MONUMENTS Central Florida's Fluent
i! Gainesville. i I I :O1Oi'orth; .; Temple n.Stark. Transmission ServiceINC. Armstrong and! Kentfle t 3L4ILKERSLettering

so appreciated. They keep on giving a "helping hand"for I I' Nelson and Stanley Carter'" First. Florida publication May 30, Floor Coverings & Cleaning Selection of

See the wonderful selection at your favorite store. ;: sons of Mrs. A. C. Dennison. I$6. COMPLETE LINES OF Domestic & Industrial Marble! New & Used Cameras
years. '' 5-30 4t 6-20:! & Granite Photographic Equipment *
'tleft on Wednesday: last ,
't week : TILES MARBLE
occasion make it treasured surprise i for the summer months Nel- 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) Coffee Tables Counters- Supplies
And for that special a .I NOTICEI 1540 Waldo KO. G'ville 376-6406 Fireplaces I Bl&cx & White Finishing
son went to Homerville, ,Ga., i will not be responsible for 1 Gainesville PHONE 3720372AUTO
like an electric dishwasher, or clothes dryer, or new flameless to visit with the Ken Jordans, : any debts ,made byanyone I 2135 S. E. 4th St. ,In ,efore Noon-Out at :5
I Gainesville 376-6151 619 W. University
electric range. What" could be nicer? his uncle and Stanley to other than myself. James C. ,' I FARM & INDUSTRIAL I I

'. I Tampa to visit with his broherinlaw -., Cox ,or J. C. Cox. 4tp 6-30 1 1IB j, UPHOLSTERYL. MotorcyclesScootersStreit's 1 TYPEWRITERS

0.1. _. / I and sister. Mr. I The J.*K"'. Court !

l L2 I and Mrs. Mel Harbin. 01 Bradford CuBBty. Florida Tractor Co. Bicycle Shop Hancock Typewriter
': t I i 1l.1f.1 -t/ibizMqn.d.. )1 j'J7 Mr. and Mrs. :I la Prtat. Central =,

UUMIIII"ffl Robert Cox I IfiE: Estate of & S. Auto Trim FGfiD TRACTORS Cushman &; Vespa Scooters.
...AND GIFT-GIVING, TOO and children left Saturday for hENRY O'HARA. Exchange
I I Deceased. Ford Farming Implements Durati USA-Zundapp
a vacation trip to Washing-I NOTICE or FILING PETiTION Complete Auto Upholstery Industrial.
1 Agricultural Motorcycles-Bales & ervIcSCHWE''N a JOHN HANCOCK
,Howard M. Hill and Eddie I ADJlIXliiTRATRIX Complete service & t'arts Dept, BICYCLES Victor R. C. Allen' Clary I

HELPING BUILD FLORIDA I Clouse of Bradenton were overnight i Xotic have filed is hereby my final given returns thatI Convertible Tops Good Used Equipment Locksmith ,&, Safe Work Regna-Sales .t Service I

visitors Sit Administratrix of the sUU 60S N. W. 8th. Arena! 4483 N. W. 6th. Gainesville 6615 W. University Ave. 431 N/ Main, G&ineavill \
at the Don
j' of Henry O'Hara. deceased: PHONE 376-5430 Gainesville 3T6-7761 Phone 376-5531 I
Gainesville 372-8661
Hill home on Thursday last that I have filed my petition -



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State Treas. Ed Larsen SpeaksAt and Mrs. R. F. Simmons.Mr. .
i On Clay Taxpayer'sNaval i and Mrs. W. E. Moore

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS High CommencementState i Base SuitA Keystone Council Begins Work MELROSEBy and at family Crescent spent Beach.the weekend -

By Mary K. &haefferLAAAAAAA4AALAA :Airs.: Alice Itothhammervvvvvyvvvmvyyyvvyyyi Mr. and Mrs. ,Grant Roth-
hearing has been scheduled -
i children 0 f
for June 20 in Clay Tuesday On 1964 Spending BillMeeting hammer and Ark. have
i North Little Rock
AA L&aAAAAAAAAI.AAAAAAAAAA Treasurer and State side to the other.In I County Circuit Court to head I Vacation Bible School ; after pending

Lions Hold Monthly Dinner 'who "portrayed Vine ent Insurance Commissioner, the presenting Miss Float. a motion by the City of Green : Vacation Bible School at returned home daysin

:Monday evening, June 10, ]Brice as the honored guest of Hon. J. Edwin Larson, was in Mr. Knuth said that not only ; Cove Springs for dismissal of i Tuesday night with: lights in front of the plant Faith Presbyterian Church : a week here and three Mr and
Keystone Heights on Wednes- had she been awarded the : ii | only three members presentthe in fire Tampa--visiting.
the Keystone Heights Lions :the evening. They carried a an injunction suit. pu hydrants and widen will begin June 17 and will and fam
day evening June 5, to speai Clay County Teachers' Scholarship : Keystone Heihts Town the Mrs. Leon Campbell
suit filed recently railioad
Club held their regular monthly : I message, and then reviewedthe | The was crossing at the continue for one week. Mrs.
dinner meeting at the Ma Eastern Star work of at the graduation exercises at but she had also wona i by three taxpayers seeking to ;( Council began work on a new plant. Aubrey Bannister is in charge. ily.Philip and Winslow

sonic Hall with their wives: each of the honored guests. Keystone Heights High SchoolMr. $50.00 bond for an essay '! halt possible purchase by the |: budget and set a special meet- The new budget must be Parents may register their J Morris fromSt.
Larson, a former Keystone she had written on the His- ing next week to complete the Fredriksson graduated
as guests. A delicious mealwas Verna Brice. a young lady in I I city of the Green Cove adopted: by July 1, accordingto children at any time. clegaThursday
resident, as well as aonetime tory of Melrose for the Flor- the spending bill. Johns River Junior
Navy base property from City Clerk Edward R. Cor-
prepared and served by 1928-29. was Grand Matronof !, j. i Woman's ClubThe Associate
principal at Key- ida Historical Society. This federal government. The council will also set a night with an
the Junior Woman's Club. \ the Grand Chapter of bett.Paul Melrose Woman's Club .
Following the meal Presi-; Florida. That year 25.000 silver stone School. had an Inspir- was a state-wide contest. The suit attacks the legal''I date for a referendum on th3i I R. Smysor, operator of ,presented a college scholar- ; of. Arts Degree.Mr.

dent Tommy Millican asked i dollars started the founda- ,. ing message for the 13 graduates Bob Jackson class president ity of the city borrowing town's revised charter passed the city owned Keystone ship to Miss Ellen Scott the and Mrs. B. E. Kelley

that each Lion introduce himself i tion of the :Masonic and Eastern I' interwoven with amus- gave a short message of appreciation -I $750,000 to purchase the fa- last week by the Legislature, Beach, reported that all but valedictorian of the Melrose and Mr. and Mrs. John MacKenzie -

and his wife. He read a I Star Home at St. Peters- ing personal anecdotes about j to all the ,parents'I' ility. It also attacks the con- at the special meeting' next four of the 29 safety meas- High School graduating class. attended the gradua-

letter from Lion Charlie Mc- burg. In response to this courtesy -, Florida and this area a few of the class members.Mr. stitutionality of a bill passed week. Councilman {Bill Beam ures listed by the city's insurance Miss Scott ranked second in tion of Junior Kelley from

Glave out-going president.j she read excerpts from i| years ago. I.I.i Long asked that all I by the Legislature permitting : said Wednesday the meeting firm of Richard Mur her class on the Senior place- Gainesville High Wednesday
: Miss Nancy Sutton Salutatorian parents stand to be recognized. will probably be held Monday, night.
who was unabla to be at the I her Grand Matron's addressof the city to issue revenue cer- I rhee have been complied with. ment tests and plans to attend -
meeting because he was hospitalized. -: 1928. as this was the silver i for the class explained I ificates to purchase the prop- or Tuesday. He also said the I Ii Conditions still to be corrected the University of Florida Rev. Kenneth Griffith spent

Lion Millican then anniversary of the foundingof i that although most Invocation had been given erty. i referendum on the new charter include insolution of the in the fall.Personals i several days in Lakeland at

introduced the honored guest : the Eastern Star Chapterof people thought that his was by the Rev. A. C. Holt; the I I, will probably be set for'I swimming area to provide i the annual Methodist confer-

the first graduating class fromI Rev. J. R. Smith gave the I t rTTTYTYYYYTYYYYYTTYYYlGRANDIN i the latter part of July. By safety from passing boats ,
of the evening. District Governor Florida. Her reading was I Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano ,
Elect Walter ["Sonny"] indicative of the work and I a Keystone High School, this Benediction. I law it has to be held within and three other corrections in visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger ence.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Sciadi-

Lee of Gainesville. Lion Milli changes.that have taken place was not the case. Up until a- | Processional and recessional 60 days after passage by the i the electrical system. Smysorwas Bennett in Pensocola. I ni and children of Gamesvilla

can said that Lion Lee was over the past 45 years. : bout 20 years ago, Keystone music was furnished by Legislature. A copy of th5 : also told by the council Lt. and Mrs. Earnest Prank- visited Mr. and Mrs. H. R.

the one responsible for the From Ralph Crawford, Past ;: Heights had 12 grades, but i..i: Miss Gertrude Houser at the By Cliarleyene Brantley I newly adopted charter is post- that dancing at the beach is i enberg and son of Jacksonville I Murphy recently.

North Florida Eye Bank for Patron, the members learned because of the meager num- :, piano. Miss Houser, a retired ed in the town library, Beam :, permissible as long as proper visited Mr. and Mrs. L. Herman McGuire entered

the restoration of sight. The that Vincent Brice, Worthy ber of high school students I I teacher, was also once the \AAAAAAA..AAAA.A .. said.Two !, supervision is maintained. W. Neefus recently. !,i the Medical Center in Gainesville -

eye bank is located in the J. Past Patron, was the "young- 1:those grades were discontinued -j principal of the Keystone Mrs. Pricilla Kilgore and persons appeared at Scoutmaster Barry Wymanand Midshipman John B. Coleman Thursday.

Huts Miller Health Center inGainesville. I ster" of the trio, as he servedas until 1959, when a 9th; School, as well as teaching Ricky of Palatka spent Thurs the meeting to make budgetary ; Scout Tommy Bird of Jr. is on' leave from the A. C. Spires Jr. and friendc
grade was added. The 10th i i there for many years. requests. Mrs. Bea Cooper Troup 105 reported to council '
Patron in I several day
J Worthy Grand 1 day with the Eugene Brantley Naval Academy and! is visit- of Miami spent
1 was added in 1960; etc., untilin 1; Members of the Class of I representing the Clay Coun- that trash needs to be remov-
In of the bank 45th A. C. -
speaking eye ,1I 1949-50. It was the an- : family.Lt. ing his grandparents, Col. and with Mr. and Mrs.
the I 1963, the first senior class : 1963 are: Dianne Brokas Bil- ty Library to request an $160 ed from the city recreation
Lion Lee reported that : niversary birthday of Robert Col- James Sikes Jim Mrs. Jesse P. Green. .
1 was graduating. I Carnes Barbara Drake Bill | increase in the library's appropriation -I| park and behind town stores,,,, I
child who of the Ily I
the recipientof the founder
was I Morris and Gail of Augusta, Ga. are I Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. [ Clarence C. Holden was
I Miss Marguerita Float had i Flakes Marguerita Float Sandra I II I from $840 to and that life-saving eI -
Lion Lee's sister's now Order of Eastern Star. The H. B.I i proper
eyes I visiting Mr. and Mrs. i Storer arrived home Thurs- !; guest player at the St. Augustine -
I some interesting things to I i Forth. George Leath Nan- I 1000. I I quipment has not been installed -
has 20-20 vision with glasses. Grand Chapter was honoredby Sikes this week. Charles Sikes I I day from Cambridge, Mass- i Symphony Saturday
!1 in her valedictory ad- Sutton Chuck Pardee Jr. Ray Starnes, manager of at the Keystone Beach 1
Without this wonderful foun- the presence of a great- say | of Griffin, Ga. is also here. l' where they visited their son. night at the St. Augustus
dress. Marguerita joined the Mary Ann Schaeffer Ivin A.II the Keystone Eggs Inc. pack- The has taken removal
dation, the child would have great grandson of Robert Mor I I Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Strick 1 Tommy, who is a sophomore High School.
!been blind all her life. ris. Starke chapter was, instituted cjas her sophomore year, Starke, Barbara Stanley am1! I land and Robin of Ormond ing plant also appeared to j of the trash as a project. 1 at Harvard University. Tommy ,! Mr. and Mrs. Ray StrukI -
coming to Keystone School Bob Jackson. ask that the council include I members presentTuesday .
It decided that the the term of Mr. The three
was during attheir I
I Beach spent the weekend i i I stopped over in Cleveland. I land and children of Gaines-
I I from Melrose. Miss Emma Kate Mansfield I I' in its budget funds to install 1! night were Bill Beam
Lions would hold barbecue Brice In 1950. There '
a were cottage on the lake. I I i Ohio, where he is visiting his vile visited her parents. Mr
I Carl Duncan, President of was Class Sponsor. It was she Williams and Roy Wat- I
: II E. E. ,
or steak supper sometime inI seven new Star Chapters instituted and Cal '
I Mrs. Vira Herring : g ran d m other, Mrs. Else and Mrs. C. P. Perry recently
August at the home of Lion J and he assisted in the Clay County Teachers'Association : who nursed this group through I II lie Rye were visiting Mr. and i 1 vities until 6 a.m. the following i! kins. City Clerk Corbett reported i' Schneider. Charlie Henderson Mr and

Frank: Nooney. More particulars constituting of seven new I announced that I 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grades I, !frs. Oscar Rye Mrs. Minnie.I, : morning when after a that the council held i Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Sim-. 'i Mrs Richard: Henderson and
in his of Grand his organization had a Schol- so. as she says, she feels as| H.I I good breakfast, the guests departed -i 1 five meetings last month.KETQNE. 1I
later. chapters year i Rye and :Mr. and Mrs. F. : mons of West Palm Beach l [Continued on Next Page
arship fund of $250.00 for if they are "her boys and i for home and i __ ._ .__
Installation of officers was Worthy Patron. He complimented I !: Herring in Palatka on Friday. some -----; --- -
held, with Lion District Gov the Keystone Chapter the most outstanding Seniorin girls." i I Mr. and Mrs. James L. Sapp I much needed rest. I

ernor-elect Lee as the installing for their floor work and the I': Clay County. This was Following graduation, Bill !! and children were visiting Incidentally Henry Drydenwas '

officer. 1 appointments made in the : presented by Mr. Duncan to Flakes a member of the class, :,, friends in Middleburg on Sun- top dog in the bowling H1GHTS. MELROSE

An interest!!? film was I chapter room in such a few Miss Float. was host to his classmates ''I tournament on Friday eve i ,
I Bud Anthony a member of and all of day.Mr
shown at the conclusion} of short years. The latest is the the class sponsor, .and Mrs. J. C. Hooks of I ning, when after graduation,, j
the meeting. Speaking of the I new piano with the electric the School Board, gave out their friends at ,a post-grad-I!' Groveland were visiting Mr. ''I the bowling alley was reservedfor .

Be Bank. Eye Bank chair- signet soon to be installed. I|I the other awards: Miss Nancy uation party on wednesday I II and Mrs. Homer Sikes Tues seniors only, and everyone. .
Sutton received a medal for 5. The party ] BUSINESS DIRECTORY
man Lion George M. Mrs. Mary Laura Johnson, evening June I got to bowl for free! .1
second highest in her Flakes home day.Miss
fer reports the SChaef-1 Grand Treasurer. was a special being I was held at the Bessie Ridenour is in Remember the Junior Wom-

wills for the past : Er-I guest who is always an I class. Other honor students.( on Silver Lake. Guests enjoyed !!' Florence, Ala. visiting relatives an's Club Dance on Saturdayevening --- -- --- -- --- ...
nie Tomes Martha jnspiration in her floor work i Dianne Brokas Barbara Drake, ;, swimming, dancing, and I for the summer. June 15. The dance, I I

Pamela Tomes. Cheryl Tomes I at public installations as well and Bob. Jackson were recognized -j I delicious barbecued ribs and i:I Mrs. Callie Rye and Jimmy will be at the Keystone Beach,, ':APPLIANCES GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTSTHE

Prank Jones Bonnie Jones. as other ceremonies of the chicken. |1 were in Jacksonville on Tuesday I from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Tommj .
award for the best all- I I 1963 '
of are
The The Seniors I
OES Honors Past to the illness of Mrs. Center
chapter. due Kennington, popular disc jockey !T V Service I Plants
j I around student went to Bar- i grateful to the following ,, i
Grand Officers Past Worthy Grand Patron : Edna Smith. Mr. Smith came from WDVH will supply O Garden Supplies and I Keystone Heights
bara Drake. I people who helped to make J' ; : J. R. TInES, ProphetorAuthorized :
Keystone Heights Chapter,; E. W. Garris responded the t by on Friday/sand reported the music. Admission will be.. Furniture .
'Leath received the the Class trip to Atlanta Ga., ,, Motorola Philco' RestaurantW.
I George
I out of danger -
Edn is
that now
279 of their June tellin
O.E.S., at courtesy by gthe members -! $1. per person. S Duralite and DuPontPaints
) 4th meeting honored three'' that when Mrs. Brice award for the best athlete in possible: i iI : and will soon be home. I St. William's Catholic Glut I : Sales and Service \ t:. Hakes! Owner-Mgr.

( past Worthy Grand Officer i was Worthy Grand Matron, in : the class. Each year the awardto Crisco -| Wally Muhlhofer Richard, Ducky'sDept Murr! Mrs. A. G. Ginson returnedon will put on another steak sup., i Service On AU Makes Wallpapers Painter's Specializing In

e The courtesy presentation was; 192829. the Masonic Lodge the Company student gives in each an school hee, Grover Store Davis, J. H. Den- I. Saturday and from Mrs.a visit Robert to. ; per on July 6. We ,don't havE TV RADIO STEREO 1'! Supplies Blue Plates with \
and the members and its 100th Miami. Mr.
unique, was celebrating an- ; all
i I information on this a1;;; Guaranteed-TV Rentals '
in the Walker George Work Frt'sh"f'grtablt'S
who is outstanding nie, Lindsay
guests joined in a sort of anniversary I niversary.Mrs. i ii : : Turner accompanied her home..1 : Zike'sDecorating
a celebration. The I, 1! field of home economics. This' LaRue. ,Pete O'Connor. Bill They returned to 'Miami on yet.The i: Keystone Heigkts, 473-4651; i )COLI) I5KKHOj :
i Briee was also given a Dr. Don Christof- CAP is getting ready '
awarda beautifully engrav- Reynolds,
Past i Sunday.On I >en From 6:00: .\.M. Till-?
honored guests were I
I birthday! song salute, her Dr. another one of their barbecues Shop
ed trophy, presented to fers. Keystone Saf-Gas I i
was Monday Debbie and Ar- i AUTO SERVICE ,
Worthy Grand Matron Mrs. i birthday being June 6. 1!i! Mary Ann Schaeffer. She was, Phillip K. Parsons, Rev. William of Melrose were at the estate of Col. At the stoplite Keystone Jlgts.I .

Verna Brice. Past Worthy I Adjourning to the banquet ::, recommended for the award Worptall, Lucille Foster, nold Reed Brantley Ashley. See any member for j I I Terrell's I i Keystone Heights I
the Eugene
Grand Patron Vincent Brice. hall the guests enjoyed a visiting your ticket.Community. i i
\ social i j by her teacher Mrs. Katheryn I Bill Belots Bill Scales, Don I PHONE 473-3861 Lake
and Past Worthy Grand Patron I hour and refreshments. !|, Kehoe. 1i Pangborn Western Auto Ra children. Brantley has not Church: I i i Gulf Service I Brooklyn
E. W. Garris all of Gainesville There were ten gyests\ from \1 Wiggins Al.1 Weldon VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL-
E. ,
I I( Following the awards. Mr. leigh Zike. G. been feeling too well this last New & Used Tires INSURANCE I RestaurantSTEAKS
Chapter 41. Mrs. Laura Gainesville. Waldo, Starke i
will be held June 24
Anthony introduced Mr. Larson Watson Roy Tyre Keystone through
I and doing
Mary Johnson, State Grand Ii Maryland. Indiana Canada I the speaker of the eve- Millworks. Ray Chance Bill 'i week. He is up now 28 at the Community Church From $3.00 Up All Sizes i I CHOPSSPECIALIZING

Treasurer was also honored. and Jacksonville. Hostesse3 ning. I Lee Keystone Egg CoOperative I' better.Warren Brantley is a patient from 9 a.m.until 11:30: a.m- I Lubrication Batteries Acces i Murrhee Insurance I : IN 1

Mrs. Dorothy Koons, "por- :1 were Mrs. Vesta Aiken, Mrs. Principal Philip Knuth presented -\ Bud Anthony, Lazy Susan -I at Glendale Hospital in The course.offered this yeaiwill OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30: P. M SEA FOOl l It

traying" Mrs. Verna Brice en- Doris Sunderland, and Mrs. the graduates in turn i Restaurant: Philip A'I I Palatka. We are praying for be entitled "Living with Keystone Heights 473-42T9 i Agency ORDERS TO GO -
tered the chapter ropm with i Vera Ownbey.The to Hirris Long, County Supt.of Knuth Vesta Aiken, O. : Christ." I
Ralph Crawford. Past Patron. public is invited to a Schools, who gave ea h'his \ Murrhee Clay Electric S. E'I I his Mrs.quick Charlie Sapp of Pal This year's faculty will be ,AUTO STORE General Insurance 1-4 Mi. N. of StopliteKeystone

IS YOUR ESTATE taste supper on June 18, at\1\ diploma and shifted the McKay Richard Lovom atka spent the day with Mrs. as follows: Beginners. Mrs. Fire Casualty Bonds Heights

the Masonic Hall. Serving will mortar board tassels from one: Keystone Barber Shop. II I I Margaret Stuart on Thursday. Carl Darden. assisted by Carolyn :; Western Auto II Allied Lin**
PROGRAM UP TO DATE' be from 5:30: p.m. till 7:30.: I I Jean Moody, Julie Walker I
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes 1 Associate Store Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4281 Beildier'sHoliday
ASK TOUR GULF LIFE General Chairman is Mrs.
and Keystone Chapters -will] i! guests of honor. Looking across and son of Jacksonville spenti and Joyce Powell. Pri- I !
MAX FOR THIS FREE \ Gloria Murrhee. C h a p t er 1 1 announce plans later the dining room, they I i I I the weekend at their trailer mary department will be un- Appliances-Major or Small Inn
SERVICEL. meeting will follow at 8 o- I der the guidance and instruc- ,* Auto Accessories, Tires, MILLWORK "
I I Mrs. Gloria Murrhee ways saw someone they I i cottage on the Interlachenroad. ( RestaurantFormerly
'c1oc ,indeed tion of Mrs Raymond Starn. 1 Batteries.! ,
R. BRAULT ,and means chairman, reminds ,, they recognizedand ""*
.1 Preliminary plans are in es. Grades 1 and-2, Kay Sun- Goods, Bicycles.
members to keep the "Ramb- I they did recognize him-just Charles Brantley's leg is Sporting
a PHONE 413-4151: i making for a joint Robert' tables Danny!4 the derland Carol Stephenson. hardware ,Paints, Garden r Lawrence's Dinette
'I 'I| ling Basket" moving. Be sure three away: better now and he has Keystone '
Morris birthday picnic in late ( () IPI.ETF.LRf IOUr.UU:
: anj Lorraine Dey.Grade 3,, ;
fa I Hiway 21 Keystone Height I to purchase a gift and replace ["Make Room for Daddy"JThomas stitches out. Supplies. ,
.!1 August. Representatives of the: it with your donation, and a-. was having dinner I II Mrs. Callie Rye is back In Carol Warren, Carol Gardner,, KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS I Millwork Shop I OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
Gainesville Full Dinners LundiesAla
Starke Waldo -
. void a fine if .caught-that is,. with two unidentified friends., the post office. She was on and Helen Lambert. Grade, 4 i
I any day but Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Dal- 'vacation last week and Mrs. I and 5. Mrs. R. N. Sunderland, Electrical Contractors i CABINETS DOORS I Carte Italian Foods

j OES publicity chairman re-. hoff Jr., and two children. of Ruth Gornto was the postmis- craft leader; and Mrs. William I WINDOW FRAMES: 1 Block North of Red Light

:, ports another error. This time Lufkin Texas, are guestsof tress. I Beam. Grade 6, Mrs. Jackson Electric Co. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Estrellita at their monthly Mrs. Dalhoff's parents Mr.I Church News: The revival Joseph: Wildt. craft, leader; ELECTRICOXTRACTOR, SCREENS "

meeting of June 12, hostesseswere and Mrs. William Walz of' services were well attendedand and Mrs. Miller Wrinkle. House Wiring, Electric Range Trim Material REAL ESTATE

Mrs. Ruby Tyre and Mrs. Keystone Heights. our pastor brought some.I Grades 712the young people and Water Heater Repairs Sub Made To Order ,
Vera Ownbey. New officers At the May 28 garden party very inspirational messages. I! Mrs: John Bird* craft General Electric Repair Work I Keystone Heights 473-4285 iC. J. Pete O'Connor

_ -. i will be reported next week, together and installation ceremony of Now we are looking forwardto I leader; and Mrs. William Call "Toby" For All Your REALTOR
t with any plans the club the Keystone Heights Woman's' our 'Vacation Bible School I Sumpter. Music, Mrs. Robert Electrical Needs ;,I

"YOU DO has for the near future. Club, the following guests beginning on June 24th and i Hendry, pianist :Miss Gertrude Keystone Heights Ph: 473-4973 NURSERY ;I' REAL ESTATE

June 18. the last meeting signed the guest book.-Officers 1 running through Juy'3rd.PA.RAN I II Houses worship-primary Mrs.I J MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
of OES 279 at 8 p.m. which and members trust that they I I William Few; and junior and FARM SUPPLIES I r j Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297
AND r.LLCENSORED matron's and the and I CHTJECHGRANDIN. people Mrs. Albert C. I
- will be past I enjoyed program BAPTIST young C. & L. Feed Co. Clemens Nursery
: night. Hostesses will that they plan 'to join the FLA. I
Holt.Bible Winifred H.CRAWFORD
be AIrs. Miriam Mingledorff club and become active members I subjects to be studied I I .
.I t Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor will be follows C. M. BURKHALTER, JR. DAYLILIES 150 Varieties,
( )1" Mrs. Gordi Owens and Mrs. in the fall. Registering as : pre-school
Lois Walker. I were Mrs. Isabel Firth Mrs. I Sunday School. W a.m. group, "Growing with Jesus;" : FEEDS I
from 25c to $1 ea. See Us For BrokM
11 Reg. Real Estate
MorningWorship, A-d FERTILIZERS
'it 'Personals Lillian Price Mrs. Margaret I -Primaries to read "Bible
Y : Mrs. H. .Morgan, Jr., was i I,1 Harmon Mrs. Emma New- I: Training Union. 7:00 p. m. ventures Juniors to study FARMERS HARDWARE I Your Every Need In Shrubs Lake Properties Acreage

: f. ,..::.::L., '" "L'_ .. ,' .r hostesses at a luncheon on I I man. Mrs. Dorothy Newman. Evening Service, 8:00 p. m. I, "Christ, My Life." and young Earleten I Trees or Perennials. Ranches Business CltjHoaaes
Monday, June 10, honoringMrs. 'Mrs. Otha Grolick, Mrs. Suzanne Hour of Power: Wednesday people group to discuss "God's I 100 at Hillcrest :JUcUl
Tel. 3Ielr}' GR 5-5163 Hiway
t Rand Edelstien, the for- Dwyer Mrs. Margaret night 8:00: 'p. m. : word for Me." I _. ._. "We Take A Personal IntereA
mer Mary Lou Gardner.!I Howe Mrs. Mary Schaeffer I I Bible school director will beMrs l H H H 3%! Miles East of In Your Requirement

Guests included Mrs. Sam Mrs. Rosalie Colgin Mrs.,, .. Barry Wyman and assisting FLORIST Keystone Heights .
Midway: Keystone Height
Even the strict censor left this in ,- Gardner Mrs. Everett Fox.I Ferne Huckert. Mrs. Sarah across Lake Geneva from BillBeam's will be Miss Margaret .
little Randy Edelstien] and Carpenter, Melrose Woman'sClub I! Beach. Barry hits the : Muir. Mrs. Thomas Hawes will !> Edna Williams UeIr
"Many a 'man is willing to buy a dish. Hank and Peter Morgan.Mr. I' President Mrs. Christine I water and heads for Beam's. i be in charge of refreshments. I I! FLORIST-NURSEKY Nursery Stock Thousands Oi I Hlw 7 21-Open Soadye.

and Mrs. George and : Bartlett and installing officers -, His 1963 record was spoiled : Mrs. Calvin Martin will be in I : 6K &-;"
Bernice] Young attended the i Mrs. Nona Howard and I when he got a case of cramps : charge of the nurrsey. Mrs. FLOWERS [Plants AFruit Trees, To

washer rather than be one. After OES Chapter meeting recently : Mrs. Peggy Betts of Chiefland I enroute. but he kept pn going : Miller Wrinkle and .Mrs. R. };. For AH Occurs Chooe From. Nice Shade Trees,,;S. E. McKay, Realtor

and showed some pictures, Woman's Club and little Mar- and refused to get into Sunderland will be in charge Evergreens & Landscape ---- -
you've made your appliance. choice. choose. of their new mobile home. I tha Schaeffer [prospective J the boat that accompaniedhim. of decorating the educational Melrose Phone. : OR 5-2331 PIants.U'lo Containers, Plant 14 Lots Lake Lilly .. $3500.

They formerly 'lived on Lake member of the Junior Club This year's record'was I buildin I, GARAGES Terms itf Lots Sunset Lake -.

our bank for low cost financing. f Brooklyn and now live at Or- in 1981!] ,. one hour and 45 minutes.; At Closing program will be June Anytime. See Our Plants Foi I !715. Terms In\etment tract

ange City. Fla.. at the Land- Barry Wyman our local Boy that rate he swam a mile I 2 at 7:30 p.m.Community. i HILL'S GARAGE 'I Quality. Let Us Do Your large enough for several lots -

O-Lakes Trailer Park. Scout leader who is also an,I every 35 minutes which isn':'j church women PAINTING ,i BODY WORK Landscaping. .access to wide sandy beach.
Mr. and: Mrs. Lewis Mulr accomplished swimmer, made : bad for a old man of 31! I will serve the faculty of .the : Electric: and Use for reoreation while holding
and son John took their his annual swim across Lake i Henry Dryden. son of Mr.vacation bible school a dinner Acetylene (0. C. Carnes Nursery for investment. E-Z: Terms.

KEYSTONE STATE BANKMIMBER daughter, Margaret and Mar- 1 Geneva on Sunday but failed ; and Mrs. F. W. Dryden of, on Wednesday June 12, at 7 i|! Radiator Welding Repairs 1 2 BR CB furnished cottage OB

garet's friend Mary' Ann to break his own record set !i Silver Lake was host to his pjn. I WRECKER SERVICE 23Mi.. Kast Of Starke Or [Beautiful Lake Hutchlnaoa .

L! F. D. I. C KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Schaeffer, to Ponte Vedra for I two years ago in 1961 when fellow graduates on Friday I Hostesses greeters for morning i 24HR.Tailored Seat Covers & Trim hwy 100 At Florahome, .PhonE' !;$7,00O)(' ,., Terms."" "*

PMiCIOL.v BA$& M I MC FtUENDOT COMMUMtTV dinner on Saturday evening. I he made it across in one hour r, night .June 7, following the i worship service on Sunday i Keystone 684-5665 XigBt Time And '4','I I Keystone Heights Fla
The two girls are members of I and 20 minutes a distance commencement services at 'B-I June wereMiss Gladys Til '
i 473-4465, Nite 473-4109 To 8 A.I.! 473-4816
.. the class of 1963 of BHS and of three miles theroute- he HS in Starke.: The Dryden Us andMrs.. E. A. Rushton. J

;.eo .. KHS so therefore, were the II takes that is. From directly : home was the ,scene. .of.festi-. i (Continued on lex1..Page)" .-. 1,.
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Richard Remember Martin: for was the Acolyte.monthsof I ;k':l'IML.., :p$'; _..." ._ s' r....".: ....,.'.::.'.!:Y'oYK'. >.f';-'\ .'.. ..'.y.:- r ,"T"\"!..R.y'.k..J9::>.\.!....."F4T'WY9w.v.e' t\--'''''3i.,>-<'<.vew' '""\'."-.,"'.--oo-'',':;..;..''''><... .>> f:< ......"\.;?;..._, .uC:,>"'-....".' _-,. .":.,""1<1"Y':$x'M- .!:.. ..-:_.".,". : --.,,.:""''.,,:.."" \""io'+"W:-:>>.,-a'.,,-.. '"'-. ,.,,,-"h.">"'."", ","->:--'-'""-."'-''''-':'...:&-.\.v-.....;... -'!to ,."_.,,.. ,'S.---lMw.n..o. _' ._
June. July and August.
Sunday School will start at S ,
a.m. and the church serviceat

10 ajn. e YOU CAN '1af6!
Mrs. T. T. Wells from Gain- e Ec
SAY 5 r
esville is visiting her son-in- F p
law and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Haynes of Keystone

Heights. I A ri\ I I Ill I I I ,1,' DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE OF ,. I

.KEYSTONE R.FIRST Smith BAPTIST pastor.HEIGHTSJ. Ralph LjaIc\' \ \ LNJ :e '

and Copeland church Minister organist.of Music i ; x

Services: Sunday School 0
9:43: a. EL Morning Worship
10:50: a.,m. Training Union. This Big Boy Deluxe f

7:00 p. m. Evening ,emcea.iOO.p. L RG:
: m. You are invited to
ahare family Prayer time with

I ,
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL I i 00 D 5 \ Sunnyland Small Government Inspected
CHURCH ,; $T OR No purchase required. Simply guess the

Summer t!r I length of ribbon at. the Fo'' ers coffee :
Schedule] : 8 a. m. .
service each ,display. Closest estimate wins a free Smoked HAMS
Barbecue Grill.{ One winner in eachWinnDixie.
First Sunday Holy Eucharist ?,:4, PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE )15th
9:30 ,,, Winners will be posted
: a. m. Other
Morning Prayer and Sundays.Sermon t7.1 COPYRIGHT WINH.DIJI.: STORES. INC. -1801 at store ---- r'"" k\. ", .,>,,,"""<<<'YO';..1..(.",">.. ""'...' \
Daily office: 8:30: a.m. to 5 :" ,-- -'!
1. ;\ .tjj. N:' ; t
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p.m.Holy Eucharist. Wednesday t4 HALF I

10 aon. 1'1

MELROSEFrom ; G : Whole or Butt Half. LB, 4

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( Preceding Page) ;,M REGULAR 49* SUNNYLAND SLICED
fo r your

daughters, Angela and Lynn . fA.THE R r
of Jacksonville visited Mr. and ( he l B 3 9 d
Mrs. W. W. Addison and fam- P 39J fight uP when dt'
LB. o eyes aCOI112-OZ.
ily on Sunday.Mr. ora LI sag e Just watch his fo his vorite i cu t of of W sa;tisfaction D f -
and Mrs. Frank France sees Watch the smile'I real'beef I
SUNNYLAND Beef whif of that rea''
and daughter attended the ets a thot
he 9
funeral of her mother Mrs. 1 \, when aroma when he 'tastes ve seen a hapPY He ;
Wieners 39i Now .
W. L. Brown, in Harrison City l-oz PKG. beef ftov and o r for 9 Yood reasOn Winn-D'IX"Ie ;
Penn. I POppy \J shoppe.ot uality beef .
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martinof SUNNYLAND LITTLE I PIGGIE (PLUS 25 EXTRA STAMPS) knows yo get the finest q y
Waldo spent the weekendat where: ::bee f volue. 1 .
Lake Wlnnott. Link Sa usa 9 e LB. 691
Margaret Slade attended Charcocd 10BAG99p

Brenda Dillon in New Smyrna c st FULL cUi k lB. JiI
Beach. Pork Sausage LB. 69? d Stea \ SAVE 6* EA. HUDSON JUMBO
Mrs. Oland Wilson was guestat < : R 0 un
a Melrose High School fac- /. \;: Towels 3 ROLLS 6829 y
ulty luncheon held Thursday PICKLE LOAF AND 35* NEW ENGLAND HAM .AI ft rf 0

at the home of Mrs. Frances Lunch Me t BOTH FOR 391 FLAVORFUL lB.14f7 \ SAVE 16* EA. DEEP SOUTH
Stephenson in Keystone a SAVE 25 ii ''Roast f' 24-oz.
Heights. b Chue Peanut utterJAR 49 y
Frank Wright of Palm $ 89 \i
Beach visited friends here re- ; 1

cently.Mr.attended.,. and the Mrs.marriage Ovid of Gano Miss I SMALL SHRIMP 5 Box Lb ,',T-,. i a'ieef;: 0 o i G ,a: 4, SAVE 6t is' p2DI2'OZBOTS.151

Jackie Mott and Don Patton

Tuesday in the Church of ", I .... ; r: SAVE 4, EA. LIGHT MEAT CHUNK TUNA

Christ Duplicate in Bridle Gainesville. ".-. ._ .' C >> Star-Kist N CAN 191

Thewinners of the Melrose ( .-

Duplicate Bridge Club for last # SAVE 8 EA. LIBBY'S
: .j Soft.cYissue # PINEAPPLE
week included the following: :gi
Mrs. Roland Bryan and :Mrs. mmJ Juice 4 46-oz. CANS $1.
W. H. Davie first place; Mrs. .

Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- 1. ALL GRINDS VAC PACKED Y M
yer second place; Mrs. Ray WELCH APPLE, GRAPE or WELCHADE
Becker and Mrs. Val Givens. M.3 ROLL PKG. f % 32-oz.
third place: and Mrs. Walter i vin CANS ,
Grolick and Miss Sallie Mansfield -

fourth place.
Preceding the Sunday morn-
ing service at the Eliam Baptist -
Church, white Bibles were l-LB. CAN .
presented to the high school -
graduates of Melrose by Omar #
Huff. Sunday School Chairman I. #

formerly Rev.of their and the of golden Mrs.Melrose W.will Tyler celebrate anniversary -. _.. VAC PACKED COFFEE 1-LB.. Save 8* ; II mem: /. 84 I i.t: : ;>:

Sunday afternoon, roigers CAN J 7? BLUE or WHITE ARROW ALL PURPOSE ,
June 16 at their home at 307

E.friends Badger to of attend the Ave.couple the Eustis.event.are invited Al- I I L. Limit food one order.with $5.00 # : Detergent \\ -: Astor Oil #pr<

School News .. '10 6
As part of the summer pro j-. .x -

gram. Harpik at Melrose Hohannlssian High School.Dr. former .. .. GIANT BOX 4 I. 24-oz. JAR

music teacher at Melrose _. SAVE IT J' SAVE 12'JtOZ"E'15I'
will be at the school on Tuesdays : '
and Thursdays from s. -

10:30: to 12:30: beginning June IMPROVED Save 211GIANT ALL PURPOSE OIL Save 11*
18 for instrumental and-or
vocal activities. 0 w
HUh school students received MORTON Chicken, tleef; Turkey, Meat Loaf, Ham, SalisburyDinners 3|$ ( WeSSOll24z 28?

their report cards Wednes- 4 % .
2 891
day. Students who made the FOR ,' Limit one with $5.00 food Limit one with $5.00 food .,
Honor Roll with straight A's .JJJ; ,
for the entire second semester MORTON Banana,, Chocolate, Neapolitan, Lemon, Coconut < prder or more. 4 order or more. y. r

were David Gaboardi. Lloyd Cream Pies 79 > fIIII II.- = ., *# .:; :S s
Baldwin and Marlene Odom FOR { ; .
.., ,. ,.
7th grade; Sara Baldwin and t #11"- ...P .
Jean Lively 9th grade; and PARKEN LIMEADE or KENDAL (CONCENTRATE)

Bonnie Nazworth Ellen Scott 6-or. $< Elgin Yellow Solids V "9II

and Carol Rothhammer 12thgradt' Le"'onade 8 CANS. _1;( I" r ." } t I .. s r 'J Jr n
I IMlin N
making all A's '
and B's Those were Ceci Sparkmanand TASTE 0' 5J:A FROZEN 0 L E 0 -50 Extra Z W": Green Stamps- 50 Extra WC Green StampsWITH

Fish Sticks 3 $1
Guthrie Bill Harris. Walter Orange Juice Shrimp
Sturdivant, Bill Onnsbee. and
Harold WcsU 8th grade; Ken- Y ?
neth Tomlinson. Pamela Mas ;! U AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
41 !
40 1
ton. Steve Morris and Hilda ; .li
Wise. 9th grade; Diane Alderman (I Limit 2 Lbs. with food order.)
Carson Johntry. Martha m Peaches

Scott and Cathy Webster .d JHlRPfH HHH dUttl t ,d ,1. { d
10th grade: Sue Dull. Donna rJ
Marsh and Ernestine Mat- fjlt r r. 50 Extra*W Green Stamps 50 Extra WC: Green Stamps 50 Extra#*f Greea Stamps

Fond, and ,
Williams Virginia
Margaret Slade 12th grade. Georgia Green Lima Beans Big f 60 Family Gremes Crest Tooth Paste


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Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, I :;::L-: := 2---; ,:" "7 : 1
Sunday School 9:43: a.m..
t Worship 11 a. m. le'

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I rI I Farmer's Diary NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED : number 2 win- be in charge of'''
song services. The services ;

II I I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I throughout the day are sponsored WILLIAMS

I'I By Sam McGarvey by Deaconess board No. .
(By Elizabeth Given) i JEWELRYREPAIRS
Our Soil S Our Strength' I I iI I I 1, Mrs. Lizzie Hankerson

Soil Conservation 'I'II FFA youths who _are attending I .LAA.1.uUAAAAALA.A..4AAAA..AAA t.AAAAt.4AAAA 1 chairman. The public is cor-
gut Q essr A( h i I i their state convention. I I ;, dialy invited.
I More than 800 from all parts School News i,, Reviewer, Mrs. Evelena Kit-i WATCh TCIIES-DL.uO

-Box lot, Sulphur Springs, Ind- -=-I N-E-W-S I i of the 'state are competing :i, Summer Program \i, ties. ''

: for a number of valuable pri- !! The summer program will : 11 a. m. Mt. Zion AMR': : AH Work,, Guaranteed

Wherein the days of Jane: about five. I took my exercises By Bill Haas I zes. Monday, June 17 at 8''' Church men in charge. Speaker 70t9S'' A. C. Williami

elide swiftly by-the .un shines I and had' breakfast, readmy Soil Conservation Service o a.m. Parents are asked to'' Rev. O. R. Joplin. Order of

bright and I walk every day. devotionals and said a prayer. Requests for complete soil The showers we're baring please cooperate with this effort Service: Rev. J. A. Grimmage 142 W. CaD St.

many miles. I have my house Then I clean the, living j and water conservation farm : now should help the strawberry : for 'the benefit of the I 3:30 p.m. Miss Cortes Hous- ,: t666 : Starke. Fla.

,painted. I room made the bed and mopped plans TillS is the "eatingisftime runner plants. Trouble, !:i, children. The activities are as ton. Solo Mrs. L. Brown Introduction "
were made: by A. J. II -- ,
When your heart cries out the kitchen bath and of the year with fresn is. the same moisture'which, Mellows[ : swimming daily parents of speaker Mrs. A. L- :
Faulkner George D. Wood, ,
dire distress I hall. Then Gabby and'I took corn heading a list which includes -: helps them also feeds the '!1 are welcome to accomp- : M. Anderson. Speaker Mrs. D. '
Lewis H. Adams Reddish
For the peace that has I our 3!th mile walk. I went for' > George cukes tomatoes, string grass and weeds. j': any the children to the lake I II j B. Richardson. Introduction of'

winged away, the mail and groceries. Then I'? Seaman. H P. Faulkner After and Robert he- I beans, pepper and peas. We I I Arts and crafts indoor- and ,, visitors Mrs M. J. Lee. 7:30. AMBULANCE SERVICE
; : locating
Do you think your sorrow went to have my hair sham-]j'farm": boundary lines discussed had a mess of corn right from : Bad year again for watermelon I| outdoor games and reading i iI I II pjn. the Suwannee Airs Gospel -' PHONE 964-2600

will grow less pooed and set. I ate dinner, we the garden of Charley; Shu- : growers. Cold, drought !i I I activities to help children: to'';! Singers of Live Oak will'be

If watered by tears each washed dishes rested a bit,,"and I plans. The conservation modern concept farm of ford of Lawtey and was it ,I and other troubles plagued I'i study skills in .school. work. I in charge. Everyone is invited DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
day? read the When f good! I This program will run fort to attend these services. "
daily paper. ; I conservation is to use each the crop so much that some I ,

I f One solace God sends for get this done. I plan to drivej ,! acre of land within its capa-I, I growers have only about ,a !. 8 weeks. Greater BethlehemRev.. DeWitt. C. Jones. Registered Funeral Director
I the haunting pain. j out to my son's and get some bility and treat each acre as- Stopped over at Lake But- quarter of the. usual yield and Church News L. McKay pastor. Registration Starke, Fla.

* Of this heart's ease would' eggs and see how they are. I cording to its need for ;( ler at the Dyers for soma now to top it off the price I 'Mt. Pisgah A.1\f.E. church of for Daily Vacation Bible
you partake? :1 had a card from my gran- tection and improvement.The !i. honey and found MrsDyer: is down to about a cent and I Starke will observe its annual School will be held at tin RENTAL SERVICES

Then work garner in the j daughter April .today She is Jn soil conservationist and had been working out in their I I a half a pound. i I men and women day church Friday, June 14 .from' Hospital Beds: Wheel Chairs, Crutches
I .- '
: and
sheaves of your brain Daytona Beach. Florida, and farmer working flower vegetable garden !. Sunday June 16: Rev. J. A. ., 9 a.m. to 11 and Saturday 9':
And your heart will forget i having fun. Another. classmateI sider the farmer's long term con- She said the rains have almost Have .you heard about the [ Grimmage, pastor am. til noon. I

the ache. i I went with her. objectives and using the soil section completely and missed the their farm of the future? Well, it jl The program has-been- plan- j: New Bethel Baptist Church -

-Santa Fe Magazine i Yesterday evening I had a !and capability map plan the;, about ruined that their garden.drought ;( goes like this: farmer presses 4 I ned as follows Sunday 10 a. ', Rev A. Vinson. pastor. Sunday Air Condition Now!

( The above poem is good ad-I call from Ca1ifo nia. It was a' farming operation accordingto I 1 a button and the crops are I+I m. conducted by Mrs. Annie I I School 9:30: ; BT.U. 5:30:
vice. My heart has ached friend tthat used to fix her' '! planted just like that! hei pjn. Rev Willie Hampton and
so It ItI' the.above concept. Conser- We've been ?i Wright and Rev. Freddie Bell.
bitten ,
I enjoyed .talk- later his Bank from Day-
.much since last August that j parents' grave. vation measures are carried presses another button :I Prayer ,
,I often feel I have heart'' ing to her. She said she loved out in accordance with a plana 'gator and we imagine than in the season and the crops Class 1 Bro. D. L. Aaron; I: tona Beach will render services '

:trouble. However most of the I me very much; Today have a I conservation farm plan. the bite is something to con- are harvested, just like that; 1 i Class 2, Mrs. Bertis Parks: at 3 p.m. There will also,I II Air Conditioning

time I manage to do things j! lovely letter from ttthe wife of I I Ir I The conservationist and farmer. for sider.size But the, making most vicious allowance bite then he presses a third but- i iI !I I Engineered To Pot Your Needs

:and then I give up and sleep.I r my stepson Don Jr., who runs j I II gO over :the farm and dis- we've ever had comes from ( ton. and the crops are'sold; "WHOLE HOUSE CO ..IFORT"BROWN'S

These days I walk early in' the Mortuary. They .had four cuss the' kind of soil present : a big-mouth sharptootheddeer just like that.There's DEPENDABLE SERVICE
*the morning and late in the : funerals last week and are do and the problems in each field. fly. That rascal is about I Akridge Taxi Service
: ing fine and happy. So very Using the and still a long way to REFRIGERATION
evening. It is 1 3-4 miles to capability map our place now, and just let
though. For now when he
the "Y" in the road. Gabby: : glad. considering the desires of the Sam start to carry something, go ,

and I walk down there and HELPFUL HINTS. Use a farmer a decision is made as i and quick as a flash one will presses a button the doggone 226 S. Walnut Street

back, which is 31-2 miles.I shower curtain on your picnic!J to which fields to use for i nip Sam on the nose! pick-up truck won't start. Phone 969.1121That's

We listen to the birds sing and: table. Cut it to' the right!' craps. pastures and: woodland. 1 i I ,,

;see how much the soy beans 1 I.length.Try putting piece ofcaramel I Also pond sites and wildlife }! Still we may as well be j I FIRST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN I I! -xru.+ jA .L.

have grown in the night or, candy in hot tea to I areas can be considered if de- i thankful that the things!J II. Walton Grady. Minister I Ie

,people's gardens. My heart for- sweeten. To dry "T".shrtsputl! I sired.;. i aren't bigger. If they were as t of / R I A Q S Our Business"If

gets to ache then and jusf. them a'hanger, clip them aH Field boundaries may need i big as bats for example a i! Week of June 16-22. 1963: f PHONE II B. H V

once in awhile suddenly I get the shoulder and then shake i i. changing so that all the soil I t man would have to carry a 1 Sunday 9:45: a. m. Sunday .. It's Glass We Have It"

sad for Don and I cry out for before hanging to dry..They each field is suited for the ': gun for protection. I School; 11 a.rnr Morning Wor- Starke, Fla, 42881BRADFORD CALL WRITE or VISIT

'him and weep Then I get all dry smooth. i same,purpose and"can be far- i! ship; 6 p.' m, Junior Choir ': FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

:right. I BUTTER PECAN BARS : I med the same. Badly eroded: !' And speaking of bites, it Practice; 7:30: p. m. Evening

land might need converting to 'looks like we'll have to trade Worship. I I, CLASS CO.NOT
Right now I am planning 2 eggs beaten; 1 cup 'brown i j ,
this pasture' or planted to trees.If off our old yellow-and-vihite: Monday 6:30: p.m. Vacation .
trip around the world.: sugar. 1 cup granulated sugar.i i
' i additional l cropland is needed : Church School. .I I II i ( INC.)
Yesterday my son took me to 3-4 cup melted oleo1 .1-4'' Chevy "Blondie. The old .
Ft Benjamin Harrison and I cups sifted flour; 1 cup chopped : it may be necessary to gal was going along fine un- Tuesday 6:30: pm. Vacation "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

got my two last shots. One for pecans, and 1 teaspoon'!! plow up some pasture or clear til one day last year when Church School.Wednesday We Design Modern Store Fronts!

'cholera and the other typhus i 1 i vanilla. I some land suitable for culti I Sam ran over a big rattler 7:30:: pm. Com- Just Mail Us A Pattern For

vation.. !1 several times. Since then the mencement for V tion
!a c a
Bo now I have my shots. They Beat eggs, add' sugar and Leslie Table Tops
'are getting my visas and beat add melted butter and I Whitehead and Bud : car hasn't been right; and it Church School.' I, Ald140lplCU.tEtav 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4333: I
: p
Alyajez; used the District's rotary she'got .
looks like "snake-bit. Thursday Senior
,tickets to fly.from'one country.',: then, stir, in flour, ,nuts and t ti ,' mower to control the :,I .. ,(: Choir Practice. p.m. II I I
to another I am getting excited vanilla. Pour'irt lightly greased '
i I growth on their pastures. I Earning of tobacco has :1 Friday .5 to. 8,pJn. Men 'of
I have two new dresses;,I pan. Bake 3 min, in .350 de-, : .
:: ''. Harold: : Alvarez and Marklee started and. it won't be long the Church "Fish Fry.
> Cut into bars while! ,
:and another London Fog coat. gree oven. r
'I, Starling used the seeder cul- : now before the.warehouse I t. ,
,I have had my eyes tested for warm #ii to plant Pensacola Gas Genie :
acker. says
j : season will be here and "payday" ,
:glasses with dark lens! and TIle'ab ve- reciDe'u given 13ahla-'pastures. for the leaf growers. BETHEL BAPTIST. CHURrn
,also for sun glasses. They are to me by a beautiful, sweet i iI I
I' Experts are urging all"grow- Sunday School 10 a. m.; 1
ready now in Newcastle and I''I little girl down: at the end,of'': Cut Those
I ers to pay particular care Morning Worship 11 m.
the road where I turn to come
shall go get them MOnday. r I with harvesting this year for Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. -
also hue been busy taking back. She made some -and .'a 'Let's GoGardening'(: under the new grading sys- : Prayer meeting Wednesday Repair Bills

care of the Peace Corps bus- I j brought them to me to eat.: i tern immature tobacco will 7:30: p.m.'Rev.. R. T. Williams i '

iness. I shall go to Muncie.. Her name is 'Carol .LOVE; i be . '' withNatural

June 8, to take an examination -i i Isn't that a lovely name? She I discountede .

and I had to have my is. In the'f tf th grade. I love-her. i Alice left this week for a CARD OF THANKS M r..a a ( Gas
credits all trarisferedto 1! So life takes shape. 1 t atj
college my 1
I visit up north with relatives !
The family of Richard Mos- A
I }
the office of the Peace : pray mucn..I look forward to I .By nerrey Sharpe and friends and Sam is"batching" (
ley of Highland wishes to
Corps. I am hoping that when': my trip' around the world. 'Ii Florida Agricultural Extension, 16j \\
\ it for the time be- '
extend their j 9.\
deepest heart- For "care free: / "trouble free" heating, cookingand
I return from my trip'around i i teach, my Sunday school class:i iI1 i ServicePropagation ing. He ought to make out felt thanks,to the friends and I .

the world the Peace Corps will I -will teach in the Bible school] by tip cuttingsis '! all right, though providing: i I:, relatives for the kind words j t"'fitt\ water heating there's nothing like Natural

be ready to tell me what to do.I the week qf the 10th, I must I, ideal. for_ those with more,: ;; he doesn't cut himself on the: food, and all other kindnesses I 1i Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, it's

so much want to teach En- : take my Peace Corps exam I I than j, canopener. i i safe it's clean and
( time money. shown them in the sickness your supply is always. there.
glish in some foreign country I,11, will go get. my glasses. Now I Even homeowners -withouta .1 and death of their father,
who wants us. Maybe Africa : shall go to visit my son. My money-hungry mortgagewill : '!' Before she left, Alice fixed I Dennis Mosley. May the Lord i GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE

Asia, or I hope Jordan and: life has a little meaning.God find the art of growing : a treat blackberry dumplings : bless each and everyone for County TELEGRAPH

Jerusalem. bless you every one. roots:on ornamental twigs an with hard sauce. There:;i the help they rendered in any STARKE NATURAL GAS

,,1 have a painter painting the All my love, interesting hobby. are a lot of berries around,,
way. CITY HALL Phone 964-2351
wood trim around my windows ,MOTHER LURA Allowing nature to grow r if you don't mind getting;'I The Dennis Mosley Family I

eaves and doors. It was roots'on tips of plants requires .1 eaten alive by red bugs and I

green and now I am having it} BOATDRAIN BAPTIST' I' the simplest of facilities I scratched by briars..

painted white. It looks so clean CHURCH This ranges from a plastic *

and nice. My little garden is : Sunday School. 10 L.m. bag containing a handful oi f r Hail insurance paid off last

growing so nice. I like to hoe; Morning Worship 11 fc.m.I damp sphagnum moss to q l week for one tobacco grower.
it over. As yet no wrens have, p cast-off wooden box containing !1 A severe storm knocked the

come to build in my boxes and Training i Union. '6:30: p. m. a two-inch layer of grave I]I top out of his plants beat

sing for me. In fact I do not I Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m. topped off with a fourinchof I off the leaves and reulted in I I h I

hear any singing anywhere. Prayer Meeting Wednesdij. layer, sand or a mixture oi what the adjuster called 100

Maybe they will come yet. I 7:30: p. m. I peat and sand. per cent damage. The storm I
I early this morning. hit small section hard but I
got up To gain confidence in the | a
... _. ___ ___'_ I"
; ------------ -- -- rooting technique try using a ,i, only a mile awa yit did no
OUR FAITH : I five-quart oil can. It will makea I damage at. all.. 0I

dependable propagating unit. COUNTRY
J. Me belles there U but one living and trme God, over-
This is a big week for the
Remove the and wash
Instiog. of Infinite power wisdom and goodies; Maker -and I DAY SCHOOL
Preserver. of all thing, both viible and invisible. Aid !. the out any oil residue. Punch a L Quality I
unity uf thU (Godhead tbere are three Person of .ae .ube I ring of six or eight holes in I j sand or peat. j :
.innrr. of eternal bring aid equal In hollne. justice, wisdom :
power, aud dignity the Father, the Son aid the Holy Ghost. the side! halfway between the Next buy a mist head that i: (
:. Ue believe that the Sea who U the Word of the Father, top and bottom. Fill the can ''is attached to q foot-long, 4 ..
the very ..d eternal Gad of one substance with the Father, '
withpeagravel'.to within %- spike-type hose connector. Set
touk man'* nature In the womb af the ..1.1.1. to that -
two whole and perfect nature, that l. to ..,.. the tiodhead and inch Of. the holes. Cover the this constant watering devicein
manhood, were Joined together In one person' never t* bedlilded. gravel with, a one-inch layer the center of the propagating -
God and perfect .... whonrtually
whereat U one CbrUt. very
.suffered Has erucltled. dead and buried to reconcile of sphagnum _moss and then box and you are ready for
the 1.'.0.*. t. !.. .... t. rake atonemrmt ..t _>?. for ear fin the 'remainer of the. can rooting cuttings. ?S 4. 'F w :/'*' '' a
artaal unlit, but aUo for original .ln. with sand. There are scores of plants
3.'e believe that Christ did truly He' the
I 'You now have that will root
propagat- by cuttings.
dead and took axala ilia 1 body, with all thing appertaining to
the perfection of man' nature, and cended Intn hearen aid i ing unit with its own water These include azaleas holly
there' tlltcth until He shall return to Judge aU men 'at' the lat
I reservoir, according to Dr. E. hibiscus cuphea crotons. and
dar. ,
-I. \\'. bellrTe the Holy Ghost proceeding from the Father .W. McElwee. ornamental horticulturist crepe myrtle.
and the So. U of one ..ub. Father and the *o.. very and eternal God. .
:S. A\e believe that .t".IUf. with 'God U heaven .. n portion {, Stations.He tings is in early morning x s
of the reward of the finally rlghteonsi end that everlasting .explains' that the water this is the time when the largest '' x ;,,/ \7 o H G V R O L T
banUhntent from the prenenco of the Lord, aid. nnendlag torInrc I below the side holes in the r amount of water is in the
I. hell, the wages of the persl.teatlywleked.. Matt. :s-t8 JPsnlm
iin Her. 2117. 8.) can moves up from the bottom j plant. Keep the moisture int t I

8. \\'. ".U.\,, that J.... ChrUt shed His blood for theremUklon I of the can by capillary action I I the cuttings by placing them 4 N1 .
of sin* that are. pasts and for the regrBeration' keeping the sand and the $ pizf x, '"
I on a moist paper or.cloth 4Y'
penitent sinners nalvatlon from sin and from nlnnlng.Horn.
( 3&3t 1 J... 3l5-lO E... SiLlo.) : rooting cuttings moist. Under I when removed from the plant. !,I
7. \\. believe. teach<< and firmly maintain the scriptural normal conditions this simple Do not stick the ends of
doctrine of Juitifimtlou by faith .1.... CR... Stl.) 1i 1
1:. \\'* bellete that ........ Christ shed IIU blood for the eomplele j unit will need watering about I the cuttings directly into water I
eleanfting. of the justified believer front all IndwellingIn every two weeks\ when removed from the I IIi :

.i and from Its poUntlon, subsequent to- regeneration' (1 John A five-quart can will hold plant. Another dont. don't ]
11-1.) Ii
9. \\'f Wlie-Te that
definite, ke abe fully justified believer. (John 13-:a Acts 2 ellS.) ;i first batch of cuttings, try after they have been made.
10. \Ve believe that the Pentecosinl' Baptism of the poly } .
C.fc_ and tire h obtnlanblr by n definite net of appropriating G. your .luck with coleus or ; Make cuttin. fr0ni four to U : I I r
faith. on the part of the fully rleanied believer, aid the Ultlalevidence : chrysanthemums. These plants six-inches longpreferably CHEVROLETTelephone
of the reception of this I fr t
experience- spenklag with i
other .... | are a neophyte's friends. They with the cut made just below 1 f Il
tongues ns plrlt Rites .Uer. (Lk. llilSj -\fU : r .. ,.
13t :II-Ir Ra17: Uh461 nl6.) will root even with over-cod- the node- and leave as many y' -

11. \\'e believe. In divine healing a* In the ateseacatisa.. idling> I,|I leaves as possible on the cut- .
534. Si Matt. SH8. 171 Mark IIIU-18. Jas. S>14-l t Ex. 15iS&) I" 'I ,- -- '-' -
j If want to get into the I
I:. \\'t' believe la the Imminent .......1. premUIennlalind you I tings. Stick them in the propagating -
+ coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. (1 TII.... dtlS-lSt I mass production of cuttings, medium only one
Titus :<13| 11 Peter. 3il"'ti Matt. :..::9-44). and we love aid i i, then .beg a wooden box from I and one-half to two-inches
wait for III. appearing (11 Tim. -Ii3.) I Chevrolet dealer for of truck.
the hardware store. If there I deep and space so the leaves your any type

|'Sunday School, 10 a. m.-Morning Worship, 11- a. m. is a choice select a box about i overlap about one-third. Firm ........... .. .. u_.......... ... _....... _-_...__.....,....... ...,,, .. ....... ...
Evangelistic Service, 7:30 P. M. 1 36x36x12 inches.I I and water.

Wednesday I Next nail four legs to the I Transplant anj cuttings
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: P. M. space -
I box so that it will become a l after roots ,
Pentecostal Holiness Church 1 waist-high", nostoop'unit i i;I or more have long Be : GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. ". .1. !t1'., ;" .w.-
: -.ut{
324 W. Brownlee Starke, Plal three-feet' square and a foot I sure to get them out of the : i --fJ.t>j;
deep. Peace the unit in semt- 1 : .
Pastor-DA T. McGHEE bed before they :. .i4 1i ]1ft. J..J lIlU
.) shade-and fill with a few in- I are hard looking and U. S. 301 (NORTH
yellow. ..- ) STARKE, FLA.
.. ----1__ ...._ _,_._,_, che$_tof gravel topped with ': Be sure to mulch after trans- >r. : ,. ,
,', j;. .
; about four-inches of damp,. planting. -.ftir,11uE .Y "
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