Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
June 20, 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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I Land Sales \ r --- -s---- Two Starke In Redistricting Move' -

''I Total $105,700 Bills Passed School Board Asks

Since May 25 By LegislatureRep.


Bradford County land ___ Arch Thomas announced' For Joint MeetillgCity

transactions totaled, ,$ 05,70O this week that two bills,

during the period from May requiring a majority vote in

25 June 15, according to 'I city elections and a "hot pur-
4 deeds filed in the oUlce of 'I '. 4--.. $ suit" measure, requested by :Meeting last Friday morning, June 14, in special

the county clerfc., ". I :' -. City of Starke officials have Council session the Bradford County School Board decidedto I
.4 J'4r S' :...' .,. been ask the commission for a joint meeting to
Only transactions of $1.000 : ; "; passed by the state leg- county

or more are listed. Prices are t___ ._ :.-" .' % .;' ;"".",;_. islature.] work a compromise in its redistricting hassle.

figured from documentary. ,tax The newly passed majorityvote Rewards Men I' Meeting last Friday morning i plan tentatively adopted by

stamps affixed to the deeds. 300,000 ProjectHospital law will require a run- i, June 14, in special session -!' the Commission School Board
Robert H. Goltzer to Harold off election in each race if {I the Bradford county
members Rodney Hall and W.
( : P. Godwin.- Starke residence one candidate does not receive School Board decided to ask ,
For E. (tEdl Lawson. are both placed
in Saratoga Heights, more votes than the totalof Schooling 1 the county commission for a'

T. W. Tatum, Lawtey: ; to Wins; Under ConstructionShown his opponents. The amended | joint meeting to work a compromise -! State in the law Hampton prohibits

George w. Tribe, Ontario, law reads: I| in its redistricting;,
In a meeting which last'edonly o I boards from adopting any redistricting -
Canada, five acres of land, "In all general and special i I hassle.
., slightly over an hour plan that would
1800. above is the 15,000)) cal and pediatrics suite in the and remaining $165,000 will' ceived. elections the candidates receiving Tuesday night the Starke city I Supt. Harmon P. Morgan move any member from his

Martin Rodriguez, Brooklyn, square foot addition to the larger section. The $300.000 be supplied by Hill-Burton The unit is on the south- a majority of the votes council rewarded four city I called the special meeting of district.

:N. Y to Paul E. Arnold VenIce Bradford C o u nty Hospital" project is under contract to Funds from the federal gov- east side of the hospital and cast within the group from employees with a total of j the school board when it was Supt. Morgan told the boardat

Fla, 80 acres of land, which is approximately 30 per the Triest Construction Co. of ernment. Donations are now will top off an $8,000,000 I which he is a candidate shall three weeks extra vacation for; found that the commission's the beginning of the meet

12000. cent completed according to Keystone Heights. The hospi- being received to purchase building program which has be elected. If no candidate receives completing courses in the local I "Squeeze Starke" plan could ing Friday that they had two

Russell K. Leslie, as Ancillary Hospital Administrator R. E. tal will contribute $135,000 to furniture for the new wing. gone on in Bradford Countyfor I a majority of the votes Adult Education Program. : not lawfully be adopted as choices: to meet with the

Executor of the sstate of Edmondson.The the project, Edmondson said, Several have already been re- the past two ears. The I cast within any group, there John Spence and John 1,! school districts because it county commission in hopesof
Maude Leslie Osborn, deceased ._ largest project has been the shall be a second election placed two school board member -
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L-shaped wing will Morris were both given a a compromise plan or to
at which election the namesof in the Hampton district.
E. i
Thornton. Starke $6.000,000 hydrocarbons plantat week's I ;
house a new obstetrical suite vacation and make separate school board
the two candidates receiv I i i As late as yesterday, however,
20 acres of land, $3,500. in one 90 by 60 foot section &7I .__. Herman Lee Jr. and Zane districts. The board after discussing -
r ing the greatest number of no date for a joint meeting,
Stanley Andrew to Lois and 25-bed medical and surgi- Brooks each received three !;: the issue for less thanan
votes in each i i had been announced bY' either
in the
Tanner Lawtey 20 group extra vacation. Council the
acres of Tractor Fatal days hour decided on com
I II original election shall board.
lan.d $2,500.J Supply Firm plac had promised city employees ; I promise. All agreed it wouldbe
ed upon the official ballot." : In general the school board
E. Hardy, Starke to I' they would be rewarded in:I confusing to voters to have

Phillip Wayne Chance, Starke, ForeclosureMade To Man The "hot pursuit" measure that fashion last winter when ,. members voiced a willingnessto I 10 voting districts in the coun
Lawtey go along with the county J
resIdence $14,100. I will allow city police to con- the council instituted a drive I
commission if both bodies can ty."The
Freeman Rhoden to Glen A. I tinue high speed chases on to get the men to attend: ; sensible thing to do
j Final I come up with a plan, or modify -
past the
Moore Starke 6.62 acres of" I A 68-year-old corporate limits. school. ; is for us to meet with the
Lawtey man, that
I Prior to its : the existing one, so
land $1,000.Eva Ownership of the BradfordBuilder's Wilbur Johnson died early passage speeding i "By improving your education the School Board will be able j I county commtssioand see if
automobiles were safe i if they I you will be of more valueto we can work something out"
Clark to Reese R. Scott Supply Inc. on East Friday morning: as a result legally to adopt it. Under the!
could out run police to the I the city and to yourselves," I I H. A. Lawson told his fellow
Starke, resiJ nt Call St. has been transferredback fl of
: 6500.. I exposure from lying all presenb "Squeeze S tar k e"
city limits and didn't reappear Mayor Randal Chitty told the board members. It was he who
Howard R. Corl to Randall to its former owners, L. day pinned under a tractor I i.
I four in rewarding them motion to seek a
in town men made the
Quinn Price, parcel of land,I A. Davis and J. T. Quigley, which had fallen on him. again.
1000. II I under! mortgage foreclosure According to the Bradford I "Hot pursuit" as used in with the extra days off. ;7th Rabid Coon joint session with the commis-
the new law includes the In other routine business sion.
William J. Thomas, Duval proceedings which became final County Sheriff's office John pur-I
I suit, of a person beyond the the council: i Since Jan. 1 "It's common sense to have
County, to Edward M. Cern! Monday, June 17. son was using his Model A-O1 ,
corporate limits of the city Okayed the purchase of a five voting districts instead of
Jacksonville res idence in i The business has been own- Ford tractor, to, pull up some the "The
who has committed or is reasonably water softener power 10, Rodney Hall said.
Mount Pleasant ed in recent by KennethT. tall myrtle bushes,growing on j Shot At Kingsley :
on Silver'I, years suspected to have commUted ': plant at the request of Supt. : people would no doubt rather
Lake 5300. j I La ue. Quigley and Davis his, farm, two miles west of an offense against the Merrill Dees. It will cost $7- have five."

Mae A. Scott to Curtis M. '' also purchased at a Sheriff's Lawtey just off SR-225.- The laws of the State or ordinances -j I'' County Sanitarian Jack Tra- : As it stands now the only

Phillips. Jacksonville, residence ; Sale held Tuesday, all merchandise -j accident happened about 9 a. of the of I 200.Agreed to request tha Brad-i wick said this week ,that, the one of the three plans con-
....... City Starke. The
In Indian Beach Subdivision left in the building .afl..pryt.cak--- -Sa.-aa.a --- m., Johnson told 'Deputy Russell term'does necessarily, according -J ford Engineering Company to I[seventh rabid coon since January i sidered by the county com

on Santa Fe Lake.,$10,900. II except ,a quantity of paint Liar's Table EmptysFor Move Redding when the tractor to the law, imply in-j j shield their big concrete mixer ;, was found near the "vil! mission that the school board

George E. Kaufmarin. still tied up in court, for I' flipped over, on top of .him stant pursuit but pursuit j to prevent the concrete'i!lage" on the southwest ,side, of., could legally adopt would be

Starke. to Louie Belle, Parks,I $3,250.Oiilj. | The Liar's Table in the old Guidon Restaurant"f which He, .died ., in" the' .Bradford, without .unreasonable delay.! dust from flying into neigh :I Kingsley Lake last Friday, Plan} No. 3, the J pie-shaped 1

Starke Residence in.Pinehurs! -one of eight judgments. .i closed at 3:30 last Saturday, Jun15; ,-,.aiteP'2YM" ef"busi CountyHospit J 1 at 3' aon. The newlawreadsr"Any boring"-yards and onto build-I II[June 15. plan with all districts'comin?
Subdivision 11000. filed against the merchandise, Friday( ; mOfping.Johnson ings. Mrs. Ruby Johns, coun I i The coon came ,Into.ajnan'eyard to an apex in the center of
Call is for the
I ness on Street shown being wiped off (last time police officer of the I
Otto F. Siemer Jr. to state ,tax has I I cil chairman said she had received -I![ and attacked J two dogs, Starke. The county commis-
Marie a $398 warrant before its, removal by ..l1rs.Lul'f Raulerson. Owner George was found by his City ,of Starke while In hot '
several complaints that i I:[both of which are now quaran- sion has turned down that
M. Siemer. Starke. residence t only close
been satisfied far. ,according neighbor Raymond pursuit shall have tol
so ] authority
it in 1943 and it Starke's favorite"eatery"
Kopelousos: opened was and killed.
11 I and shot
In the dust could not be washed :tined was plan, however, sayJng that
Pine Haven Subdi to Sheriff P. D. Reddish.According W. Bryan, who heard him pursue beyond the corporate' I
vision, $10:000.Ho'ard : for many years. from shrubbery and other ar- Trawick said the coon was under it a power dynasty of
calling for help. The victim limits of the City of Starke, to
to the sheriff, The table has been the long-time favorite of,many city and ticles. shot before he could do any "city commissioners" could
R. Corl to I
August told Bryan hehad been make arrests and hold the
C. Marrerp, parcel of land. Quigley and Davis hope to; county officials for breakfast and morning and/afternoon/ coffee I, pinned Adopted as a city, ordinance i damage to the dogs and thatno possibly rule the county. The"squeeze"
sell the business and have no under the tractor since person or persons so arrestedin the state passed law raising : marks could be found on the
1000. breaks and, no doubt, has been the scene of many of Brad : plan adopted by
plans to re-open it themselves. ford County's political derisions. 9 a.m. Thursday morning. custody. the tax package on cigarettesfrom :I the dogs but they have been commission however, was voted -
Nolman. Joined by I
They owned and operated the Bryan found him at approximately five to eight cents. I ITurne.d quarantined to be on the safe in on a 3-2 ballot Commissioners
her husband W. H. Nollman, The table and chairs will be moved intact to the new Gui- Sales Tax
:' business in Starke for many 6:45: p.m. Thursday afternoon May a request by At- Green [Brooker, Pre-
Starke, to Floyd A.; Martin. don (former Gold House Restaurant) on North Temple Avenue side.Rabies
years. he said. FIve men Total torney Lex Green to zone the has been found in vatt, [ILawteyl and Chastain
three acres of land. $3.000. I I opposite the Garden Restaurant, also owned by Mr. Geor- $16,166
called, to the, scene by Bryan area adjacent to the American every section of Bradford [Hampton voting for it.
Joseph Leone, sole ,heir of ge. Kopelousos said this week the new Guidon is ready to pulled the off In BradfordSales 2] in the Tn
I Summer Time tractor Johnson [Continued on Page Bounty past year, School Board Member Rod-
Mary Mel Leone, deceased "except for printing the menues," but no firm date has
,. open and set it back on its wick said, and warned residentsto Hall called the rural-ur-
and August Cassia! to, administrator -1 Rounds CornerWhat been announced. wheels. An attempt to dig tax collections in Fishing License stay away from all wild animals ban coalition ridiculous say-

of the estate of Mary Johnson out from under the Bradford County last month Deadline June 30 in the daytime. He also ing. "I: wouldn't care if my

Melt! Leone, deceased' tq ,Ira Bradford County residents -I WPXE Comes Live !!.500 X-rayed tractor had failed. totaled $16,166, an increase of urged residents to have all district ran right in to the

Blalock and'A'ng lO Giardino, have caught drippingoff From Teen TimeThe 1 For Tuberculosis Deputy Redding said that I $535.88 over May, 1962, according Florida 1963-64 fishing licenses their dogs vaccinated. courthouse. If I did I'd'be
Jacksonville. 21 acres of land their rather warm brows apparently the tractor flipped to a report this week are on sale in the Despite the recent seige of saying I'm not as qualified as

12000. must have been the result of Recreation Department The State Health Department directly backwards, throwing from State Comptroller RayE. I county judge's office. rabies in the county only two somebody from Starke and I

spring showers- any prespir- invites all teenagers to cometo xrayed 500 persons for Johnson from the seat, and Green. Deadline for last year's license persons have had to take the don't believe that."

Starke LibrarySets atlon so far has been strictly the USO Building every tuberculosis Tuesday, accordingto then falling on top of him. The amount was also $1- is Sunday, June 30, and I anti-rabies treatment so far, "starke 13 the center of

Move To unofficial. Friday night from 7:30-10:30: : Dr. A. Y. Covington, county The tractor was only slightly 276.50 over the collections for Monday, July 1 only the new'Trawick said.Eastern [the county's] population an4,

Although temperatures during admission free to Teen Time. health officer. damaged with a bent steering April of this year. licenses will be honored by.. somehow you've got to dig Into

Register BuildingStarke the past month have I Radio Station WPXE will Dr. Covington termed the wheel. The comptroller reported wildlife officers. All new licenses Star that," Supt. Morgan told

According to Dr. T. G. that collections for May were will be subject to a $1 the board.,
soared into the 90's, summerwont I II broadcast live from the USO session "a success." Althoughit Sets Chicken
Library' move in Ritch who treated Johnsonin last to a
7.27 cent increase according
I "officially" be ushered per over year '
for food handlers
every Friday during Teen was primarily -
Freeman mois, Register made Building.The j in until this Saturday, June I Time hours. Dancing and oth- everyone who requestedit the emergency room at the and was the best month dur- law passed by the state legis- Supper June 29 Spring Term
possible by I Bradford County Hospital the ing the last five months of lature this session.
122. er games will be available. was x-rayed.
the City Council paying the 68-year-old retired railroad the current fiscal period.He New license fees will be: The Eastern Star will spon- Of County Court

rent. Gross Top $400,000'King man had multiple injuries but also pointed out that resident, statewide, $3; non- sor a chicken supper Satur-

If the building is ready by they would not have caused total collections for the en- resident, statewide, $8; non- day evening June 29 at the
July 1 the library will be closed tire state for he fiscal resident statewide continuous Opens MondayThe
his death had he not sufferedso year Masonic Temple from six to
June 26-27-28-29 and will open is 175676580. increase of 14-day fishing, $3.25 nonresident at nominal I
long from I an ; eight o'clock a
July 8.Books. Is exposure. Dr.II I the statewide five-day I II spring term of County
Strawberry' Top Ritch said Johnson's body was $8,949,605 over compar- charge. The public is invited
due within that periodof able period last year. continuous fishing, $2.25. to 'attend. Judge's Court convened Mon-
badly dehydrated when he
time will be extended until was I day with 33 cases on the docket .
brought to the hospitaL He
July 8.Check. : -4t I 'to be tried, seven of which
revived for a time after treat- .
out as books as Truck -, were completed when court
many In Bradford
ment Dr. Ritch said but a.t'J t
Crop .'
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needed during that period. later had a circulatory collapse I IIIic :I recessed TuesdQ.I .
] Trials will continue throughthis
I brought on by the severe dehydration Saturday June 22.

FISHFRY : The ,American farmer's ability production at well over tablished a reputation as a and that ,resulted All the cases tried so far

to produce more crops on 400000. It was a climb from': quality: product and that: in his death at 3 ajn. the have been routine traffic cases

less acreage'with fewer workers 1958 when Bradford farmers: must be maintained along morning after the accijent.I ;: and one of the seven resulted

o is an almost complete explanation grossed only $52,000 from I with quantity if they are to I Johnson apparently lived i in a not guilty verdictby

for the great strides strawberries. i! remain "King." Some new alone on the farm he had recently the six-man Jury. The cases

PRESBYTERIAN made ''by this nation in the Some of the biggest grow- :: growers are prone to market a purchased.Mr. through Tuesday were:

CHURCH : past 75 years, according to a ers this'year 'II.'ere'J. R. WainI inferior or average, he said Johnson. was born in James Oliver McDaniel

leading agriculturalist. wright with 24 acres, Harold!1 I and such berries with ,ither Scotland Ga. and had lived a driving while i intoxicated.

That' theory can also be applied Norman of Lawtey with 201! bring a low price 'or:'be turned in ,Jacksonville 44 years. He found not guilty by Jury.

Friday, June 21 to Bradford County acres, and the Hayes brothers, !I a away from'the market. was a Methodist and was' employed __ Martin: M. Loadholtz driving

where the strawberry has .regained N. G. Jr. and of! by the Florida East
5 to 8 P. M. EMrige. Getting back to the plastic, L while intoxicated, sentenced -
its throne as king of Brooker with 15 acres, and''' Huggins said that productionhas Coast; Railway for 30 years : to a fine of $150 or 60

the area's farm ''truck crops. each could have approached increased from an aver before retiring in 1951. He ---L- days in jail and license revoked -

Tickets "King Strawberry" grossed the 1958 gross.According .. .. ;I II age of 300 flats per acre on was'a member of the Brother- :i for six months.

Bradford 'growers better than to Huggins the :, straw before 1958 to hood
I an aver- of Railway Car men. I I Elliot Dock Tyson. Negro.
$1.00 $400.000 from approximately : primary problem with berry'I age of nearly 1,000.flats, on Survivors include three & T !' driving while intoxicated,

Children 50c 250 acres" of Florida 90 berries 1! growers in the county next'!. plastic. A few growers have sons Whiner Curtis JohnsonJr. jM1 I [ sentenced to a fine of $75 or

according to County Agent year will not be getting more j averaged 'as many as 1,400 ., and Hugh Leroy Johnson ., -J__ -Ia- 1 30 days in jail and license revoked

1 George Huggins.I acreage, that will come anyway flats per acre, he,said. both of Jacksonville' and Roland for three months.
And Slay Be PurchasedAt I was the best year since I but one of maintaining A few years ago. the county Henry Johnson of Miami!; Beulah fishy Negro, driving

The Supper I 1950.." ,said Market Manager high quality along with the I agent said when plastic was four brothers Troy W..Johnson '- A :- : 'qi .'c-' --- -" _._:" ;-.-- while 'intoxicated, case
Public Cordially Invited J. R. Wainwright who reported I production. new just a few farmers couldbe of Jacksonville. Oscar dismissed by failure of com

.. ; that 107,708 flats going : "11 we maintain Bradford i( induced to plant.just threeor Johnson of Chipley, and Earl Winkler Block Gets Face plalning witness to appear at

:I through his market averaged : County's reputation as a berry -, four beds with plastic. Now and Pat Johnson of Charleston Lifting triaL

l\ This Space Contributed $3.30 for a gross of $355,398 producing area and if I II j almost 99 per cent of the ber I t S. C.; three sisters, Mrs. I, Savage Shumate driving on

Weekly to Publicize this year some $70.000 increase I strawberries remain on top] ries grown in Bradford Coun- 'Ethel Sheppard of Chipley, The E. A. Winkler block on ner Insurance Agency into I Ii what used to be two-thirds of the wrong side of the road,

: over the 81,813 flats : we've got to put a quality pro ty are on plastic with a resulting -I and Mrs. Mae, Pate and Mrs. North Temple has a new look i three different. units. In the I 1! the old Brown Derby. The i sentenced to a fine of $50 or

Community Events by ;: which grossed $285,989 in duct on the market," Hug- increase in productionand :,, Alice "Hollis of Panama City, since the recent modernization I photo above Mrs. Leonard I.1 quarters are larger than the j 10 days in JailRaymond

1962.I gins stressed. I a reduction in the cost, and eight grandchildren. I I of the space occupied by the I Varnes of Pyrofax congratulates ones previously occupied byPyrofax. Estes, petit larceny .

The CommunityState I Huggins said he estimates The county agent said he of labor another critical ,factor i Servi es were held Monday: : Pyrofax Gas Service and the Winkler on the face-lift- $500 bond estreated for

J that at least $50,000 worth of expects a 25 per cent increase j in the comeback of the morning in the chapel of Robert i old Brown Derby Restaurant. failure of witness to appear..

State Bank berries were shipped north, instead -I in acreage. up to 300 acres or I "King Strawberry." M. Naugle Mortuary, Jack- :I At a cost of $4.000 Winkler I ing.Largest of the three is the The two units now on each Otis Padgett withholding

I of going through the I more, next year. He said Bradford In I960 when plastic was sonville. Burial was in Green- divided the area between I center and is now occupied by side of Pyrofax are not occu- support, placed on 30 months

-1 i[ market, which places total I berries have already es- [Continued on Page 2] lawn Cemetery. Winkler Electric Inc. and Con- I the Pyrofax Gas Service in] pied at present. ___ probation. -, .

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Mr.\ and Mrs. R.-E. Edmond-? Miss;-ouise Stern leavesStAu'S r BPW Committee O'Brien-Welch Mrs. Warren 66 i Edgar Bozard and Frank Bo

son and son, Dickie ,.spent'the I for nine weeks in King Strawberry I zard, both of St. Matthews
: 'weekend at their summer Aspen'tolo. where she will j'Chairmen Named ]Wedding Is Set { South Carolina, one sister;

I camp near Black Mountain; study tpiano with Grant Jo- For 63-64: Year .-. For July 5 t Of Lawtey Miss Ailene Bozard of St

I ; N. C. i hannesen at the Aspen :Music ,*f < I Top Truck CropContinued i Matthews seven grandchildren

._ Herbert Thomas and mother. SchoLMrs.< MrSr&' ,Dorothy. JlUberger, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas'R. 0'Bria Mrs. Ethel B. Warren 66, of I and eight great grandchildren.

GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. R. A. Thomas attended I P. F. Stump and Miss President of the local Business I .of .Starke announce the Lawtey died in a Starke hospital -I Services were held Sunday

... "-'- -- PHONE 9M-M31 a family reunion in Orange :I Lillian Stump spent the weekend and Pr fess'ional'Wome 's I engagement and approaching [ From Page 1] Friday morning, June 14. afternoon in Jones Memorial

Heights on Sunday at I with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. i Club haS announced1.committee marriage of their daughter, I following an extended illness.
[II I just coming into its own farmers I Chapel in Starke with Rev.
Miss Anne Lambert of Mr. and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomson in Monticello.Mrs 1963-64 Mrs. Warren had been a
r Mrs. David Mont- t chairmeif fee year, Patricia Louise to Patrick .
;.. port is spending the New-I gomery and family have returned Murphy Kite. Jr. 30 membersof ,, Eugene WiHiams and Thesa, are Personal Development I Brady..Welch, son of Mr. and I sold $117,000 worth of resident for the past 30 years I Huey Perry officiating. Burial
the Kite family attended. I' berries throughout the mar- followed in .Kingsley. Lake
and the following week from two weeks vaca- children visited her sister. Miss I Miss Delia Rosenberg; Mrs. Thomas L. Welch of moving there from :St.:: Matthews -
I Mr. and Mrs. John C. Greene' tion visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Miss j Audrey Mae Mizell in Brunswick Civic Participation: Mrs. Mild- : Madison Fla. I ket. In 1961 the figure rose South Carolina where'I Cemetery under direction of

'I:.).flss Lambert was in: Jacksonville Robert Byrd in Hightstown, Betty Lou Wainwright attended Ga. last Monday to red Doyle and Mrs. Gladys ; The marriage will be an to $168.000 and this year to J she was born October 27, 1896. i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

'.. M o n d ay through N. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- : the graduation of Eugene I Thursday.Mr scholl; World Affairs Mrs. event of Friday. July 5, at 8''i 355000. Her parents were the late Lu- i! Home of Starke.'
Shaw from the of F. law i
'Thursday attending the meetIng liam Phebus in Mt. Carmel i S. U. and Mrs. Harvey Priest Martha Dorko and Mrs, Etta.! p.m. in .the"Boatdrain Baptist : The Bradford' market's av- cisus and. Annie Brady Bo- :i
of the l'on's nd afternoon.Bill iof Little Rock, Ark. and Mrs. Mrs. Bea 'I erage of $3.50 per n fi196i: ii i iI
Order of the Rainbow 111. I j Faye Gill; Finance, Church.No zard. :Mrs. Warren was a.I

Girls which met at the Judy Brabham underwent a Tilley underwent surg- :!Ed Williams of Ashburn, Ga. Farber and the executive com- i invitations will be sent was the highest in the state. member of .the First Baptist :I I .

Robert Meyer Hotel. tonsilectomy at B r adf ord: I ery Lake. City were Sunday and Monday I jmittee; Legislation, Mrs. Ruby I I'I but all friends and relatives of according to County Agent Church of Lawtey.

Martha Jo Deas of Lake County Hospital on VA Hospital.Mrs. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Johns; :Membership :Mrs. Mar- the couple invited. i Huggins. The 1563 average I
'I i Surviving is her husband.,
CitYand Patty Moser of Ocala Mrs. H. M. TuesdaY'1 J. E. Thomas, and son .Willard Williams. David and garet Brown; Public Relations I was $3.30, also considered very i i

.are spending this week with went surgery in St. of Crescent City were first of Rachel Williams will return to Mrs. Desta Dyal and Mrs. Margaret iHowardCarterVedding 1 1I I Julius E. Warren of Lawtey I
4' I good.Market I 1
three Mrs. Louise
and daughters:
week of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes at Hospital on Wednesday.Mrs. I guests Little Rock with the Priests on I Brown; Historian, Mrs. : Manager Wain- '
.Kingsley Lake. Fred Leonhard visitedMr. Mrs. S. Denmark.. Friday for two weeks visit. I Ruth Frazier; Hostess and Social ;\ PlansCompleted wright said the higher prices I Appleby of Jacksonville Beach, .
M.'Lee childrenof Mrs. Ruby Griffen of Wingate,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fox. and Mrs. Morris Jackson Mrs. R. and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwffle- Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw and ; I resulted from greater production -i tok.
Are North Carolina and Mrs. Evelyn
u Lakeland spent last Tuesday gar and children spent the i Mrs. Brown Orientation -i which attracted more ,
..f..Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cellon and and family in Ocala on Fri- and Margaret ; I I Bradley of Kingsley Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. A H. Cellon of to Friday Mr. I weekend in Sanford visiting her Mrs. Willie Mae Denton I i buyers. So if quality holds up
Plans have been completed .I J. Marvin Warren of
one son;
Mrs. E. J. Bowling.Mrs.
....Gainesville were Sunday visitors -I day.Wayne, Paul and Larry Mc- I' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. and Miss Madge Middleton; for the wedding of Miss Bar- .I and acreage, and thus production I Jacksonville two brothers; '
: : J. R. Kite was, 'visiting Truluck. Mrs. Terwillegar also Florida School for Girls Mrs. increases next year
of Mrs. Annie Hollings- : Leod are visiting their grand-I bara Elise Howard, daughterof I I
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins in attended her high schoo class Bertie Olson. Birthday Box I strawberries should take an
.:. .;worth. Mrs. HOlllngsworth also parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. How-I ,,
: had I Pelham, Ga. over the week- reunion there on Saturday af Mrs. Bea Farber; Year Book even tighter reign as king.
as Friday guests Mrs. r Sanders in Pensacola. for B'I : ard Sr., to Edward David Car-

'I W. M. Baxley of Jacksonville.Sgt. I month. end.Dr. ternoon.Mr. Mrs. Desta Dyal Miss Rosen- l ter which will take place July 3.-DAY
and Mrs. R, S. Mullins and Mrs. L. C. Adams berg; Parliamentarian, Miss City Council
and Mrs. R. W, Re send Mrs. T, J. Kirkland and : 14 at 4 p.m. at the Harmony i .
and children were visiting were visiting relatives in Day- Middleton Auditor, Mrs. Dor- J
family of Goldsboro N. Mrs. P. A. McLeod of Pensa- Free Will Baptist Church.:Rewards Men !
their parents in Ocala over tona Beach on Tuesday and ko Business Women's week
; ;
tI C. will spend the weekend cola will be weekend guests of I Rev. E. R. Corbett will officiate -
the weekend.Mr. Wednesday.Mr. Miss Flossie Mrs.
0 with Mrs. Adam Green and. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McLeod. Jennings I at the double-ring cere- IContinued From Page 1] i Vacation
and Mrs. Bill Dansby and Mrs. J. E. Tomlinson Marguerite Hall Mrs. Marian I
family and Mr. and Mrs. Don I Mrs. Lester Hardigree and mony. I ,
of Jacksonville visited Mr. and spent the weekend at Finucan, Mrs. Helen Harley, Hall for commercial
t BIW Legion
Page. ;i children of Orlando and Mrs Immediately following the .
Mrs. R. O. Dansby on Sun- Island. Mrs. Pauline Torode :Mrs.
) Miss Beth Wimberly and? Alton Higginbotham and child- I Jekyll ceremony a reception will beheld use instead of residential.: FOR TWO
Yelverton of I
Randy, Pass are visiting Mr. ren and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I: day.Mr. Miss Paula Pansy Quigley; Program' Chair- I in the educational build- over to the zoning board.
and Mrs. L. A. Davis Goldsboro, N. C. is spending 'for luncheon
I' and Mrs. W. Wimberly in Herrin and daughters of Callahan -i I man meetings, Looked over a list of utili-
I in Atlanta Ga. last three weeks with her grandparents Mrs. Dorko Chairman '
were ; Program ing.No ties customers who are in arrears -
l3artow.I. were weekend guests of w ek. i I II Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Mrs. Dyal and Member- invitations are being in their to the In Fabulous Miami, Beach At
( Mrs. B. A. Pope and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. I l Goff sent but all friends and.relatives -I ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W Beckett at Kingsley Lake. I ship, :Mrs. Brown. Utilities
ter. Mary Lois of Norfolk Va. Mrs. W. B, Mundy. Mrs. J.I I I are invited to attend. I city. The Departmentis
are spending two weeks with B. Sapp and :Mrs. Guy Sale I.lof Jacksonville were visiting I Mr:;. David Lawson and The Executive Committee I presently working to trim The Luxurious Sorrento Hotel

her mother Mrs. A. Z. Ad. visited Misses Jean Mundy her grandmother, Mrs. D. L- daughter, and Sally Lawson was installed at a recent ban- Recent Births I down the list of 205 persons I

khis at Kingsley Lake. and Linda Kay Sale at FSU! Silcox over the weekend. spent last week at Auburn- quet, by Mrs. Virginia Williams who are more than one bill When You Purchase Any New Ford, T-Bird, Fair-

...' Mrs. Herbert Green and over the weekend. Linda Kay I I Mrs. E. L. Crawford spent dale visiting relatives. They of Jacksonville, District I Bradford County Hospital behind and 81 more who are : lane Or Falcon.
the weekend with Mr. and joined to Tues President '
were Sunday 3Director. They are behind more than two bills.
:Mrs. J. II. Fields visited Mrs. will be home Tuesday for the !
T. A. Crawford in Jack- Mrs. M. L. Lawson and f announces the follOWing ;
$. Fields' sister Mrs. Robert Mrs.\ day by Mrs. Dorothy Milberger; First The city has approximately :
summer. sonvllle.I her father Oren Welch, who Vice President, 'Mrs. Desta I births: i 1.700 electrical customers atI NO CONTEST-NO GIMMICK-JUST
Tanner in St. Vincent's Hospital Larry Smith of Paxton is I
Beverly Crawford is spend- brought them home. Dyal; 'Second Vice president, I :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bryan. present. ,

last Friday. spending ten days with his I ing several weeks with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- Mrs. Margaret: Brown; Record Starke a son, John Arthur Terwillegar's Fifth AnniversaryGIFT
Com. and :Mrs. Fred Glenn
and Mrs.
UJ grandparents. Mr. .:I Mrs. A. H. Harley in in La-,gins attended the funeral of H. ing Secretary. Mrs. :Mildred June 15. AT THE TABERNACLEA I
at Kingsley Lake had as L. F. Smith Sr. and Mrs. Lu-!
L. Rockwood at Jacksonville Secre- TO YOU!
Doyle Corresponding
Vale, Md. ;
Bill Mr. and Mrs. Richard T.
guests last week his
son. cUe Davis. The Smiths are the
Mark Crawford was visitingMr. Beach on Monday afternoon.Mr. tary, Mrs. Willie Mae Denton historical message on i ii
f Glenn and Curtis Oakley of at their Thornton. Starke a daughter -
:spending several days : and L. E. Roberts Four World Kingdoms was
and Mrs. Glen Conner Mrs. and Treasurer, Mrs. Bea! Far: i
Eradenton. cottage on the Santa Fe Riv and family in Orlando last and daughter of St. George, Ga. ber. Tammy Denise June 15. delivered at the Gospel Tab- Offer Good During The Month Of June Take Your
Mr. and Vernon Glis-
Mrs. Harriet Miller of Orlando of Gainesvillealso
er. Greg Davis ernacle morning by
week and Mr. Celdon Crawford of Sunday Vacation Anytime Until August 31.
: is spending her 10 day spent Sunday to Tuesday son Starke. a daughter Vir-
Jack- Jacksonville were weekend the Sponsor. i
Mrs. C. H. Norris
vacation with Captain andMrs. Morgan-Carlton ginia Carol, June 16. :k
with Mrs. Lucile Davis. 1 sonville is visiting her sister, guests of Mrs. Pauline Torode. 'l This message will be continued -
Lawrence Erhard. Capt. and Mrs. Vernon I: Mrs. E. L. Crawford this week. Mrs. L. D. Moreland has returned Rites, Recited Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Ha- I the
next Sunday with MOTORSaOStOSaIe
Mrs. Olive Enderlinreturn- Glenn and children of Knox- gan. Graham. a son, Clarance TERWILLEGAR
Charles Cowen started his to her home in Sacramento -
u. ed to her home in Miami after ville. Term are visiting Mr. eight weeks course Monday at Calif. after two weeks Saturday, June 8 Sylvester Hagan Jr., June 17. I prophecy of the future '

spending several weeks and Mrs. W. F. Glenn for two U. of F. on the National visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hal Miss Judy Gwenette Morgan, _

with her sister. Mrs.\ Golda weeks before going to the I Science Foundation Fellowship. Edwards at Kingsley Lake. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.

:Martin. MacDill AFB. I Attending the Silver Springs; :Miss Scholl Philadel- I '
Joan of L, Morgan became the bride of
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Christian Fellowship camp phia. Pa. is home this week Marshall Lawrence Carlton :

this week are: Barbara Mas- with her mother, Mrs. Gladys son of.Mrs.. Ruby Newsome. all

ters, Josie Strickland, Dorothy Scholl. of Starke, at a simple wedding

ph Mixon Olivia Goodman Tom- Mrs. Linton A. Taylor Jr. ceremony before the membersof

FLORIDAI my Harley and Larry Wil will return to Kirch Goens, ,the immediate. families on''I

liams. Germany Friday to join Lt. Saturday evening June 8. at 8 i

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cow- Taylor after three weeks visit p. m. in the Heilbronn Baptist I

en and family and house- with her mother Mrs. Merritt Church. Rev. Charles Harvey I

guests Mr. and Mrs. J. W. El- Williams and Mr. Williams and performed the double-ring cere- ;

I dridge and family of Griffis ,family.Mr. many. i

-- -- Ind. visited St. Augustine last and :Mrs. J. T. Quigley The altar of the church was : .Modern Dining ROOD) Furniture
Eldridges returned -
Thursday. attended dinner
a patio party; highlighted,yvith a: pedestaibas: !' 4
.. to their home on Sat- at the home of Mr. and Mrs! l ket of white bridal flowers. :

OPENING TIME urday after two weeks with Wilbur A. Scott in Gainesville The bride chose for her wed- ;

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY the Cowens.Mr. !Saturday evening honoring Dr. ,ding a white street length dress.

6:00 P. M. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Corbin Scott Carnellon J ef chiffon and lace over satin, LIMITED QUANTITY SLIGHTLY IMPERFECTThese

SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 Schmid and baby and Kay their 12th wedding anni- featuring a round neckline:
of Per-
and Catherine versary. full skirt and three-quarter
-I- ry were weekend guests of Mr. Suites, If Perfect, Would ti: : j .
:Mrs. David Jones of Mac- length sleeves. With this she -

-- Saturday June 22 and Mrs. W. T. GilL clenny was last Friday guest wore a white orchid corsage. : Sell For Double Our Asking
Mrs. J. D. Odom of Mr. and Mrs. John A. To- The bride is a, graduate of''.
in Tal- Price. We Have Only 3 So Shop L1'4\S '
PTA short course jrode. BHS, class of '63. Mr, Cantons .} i -
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Tuesday to Fri : 4* -
: lahassee last .
employed with the R .Co1a : ,.
I i Susan McLeod received a .
Warren attended -
J. D. ;
Mrs. -
day. JYJ.'
1 1It : (U
I broken right arm Sunday in a ,Company in Gainesville. ,
: ; NOl NO. 2 Wednesday and Thurs I AEt -
!I fall at home. The couple are residing at : ;

7It ; day.Mrs. I Mrs. Bertha Lang has returned It THEM IN
MpNSTE All Paul Peed and children 310 W. Call street.
ABOARDPOjSLOVE from seven weeks in
i :
and Miss Emily Shepherd of I OUR

... RAVAGE$ : v. Fort Valley, Ga. spent several Pennsylvania.Mrs.New York .New Jersey and I MethodistWSCSOfficers I WINDOW ,
week with
day the first of the 11
I David Penoyer and sons
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges. InstalledMrs.
Robert and David, and Mrs. I
They all attended a family All Tables Have High-Pressure Plastic -- ,
I C. E. Beam will return this .
.. gathering Sunday at the homeof I weekend from two weeks visit I C. D. Williams instal- Tops, Resistant To Heat, Stain And
Mr. and Mrs. George P. led the following officers at ,
with relatives in i ii Scratching
Wichita Kas.
the regular business meeting
Bridges in Jacksonville.Mr. ft1
4- \ and Mrs. N. B. Rosier i Pfc. John Arthur Reddish of I I of the Methodist WSCS on Zadup ONE
.4 4y I Fort Ord Calif. is home on 30 \
.. had as Saturday evening din days leave before to Tuesday: ... ,.,. ., ..
going .'" 0 -"!' ,
a ner guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. President. :Mrs. Eugene Wil- '' .' :.7-7<: If"" ; 'f:," -- "" "', ,

_ .. 6I H. Dittmar and family of. Korea for 13 months. I hams; vice-president Mrs. 1-Rectangular" IF PERFECT :",';.,'k-..,;;t., ''..':..'...:.d.. ':"t. .'")it.t., ..: '',t..:: 1 'J ". J J
t Mrs. J. M. Sikes and Mrs. :... .
WOULD BE ,.'"' ., I .... .\ .
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.E. I i B ford Mitchell; recording PRICE '74' :; }- .... : : SimilarTo
i. :5: '" ':" 4 i
Clark Table '
and .
daughtersof : .;.;:' :.. ; '.- ;; v'- : -
of .
and family Mrs. Charles Saw- f' ,, ,
A. Raney secretary v. .., .,'R.r..... .. \ Pi-, .
Fort Ind. p. .
Wayne, were last z : .ttp;
; ;
Va. yer; treasurer Mrs. Jack -, "". ,'/ c' I Photo
Freeman \ 6-Matching ' .. Thursday evening dinner $$179.90 f.
/ .: ; ;
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Henry Bradley' and George j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Eaves; Secretaries of Lines of' 1 .4Ih'j:' ie0: : ",."" _' _' ....
Morrison of Leesburg spent Work: Children's work Mrs. Chairs

... the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I Olson. John R. Brabham; Christian Only One In This Group
Mrs, S. L. Peek Sr. and Mrs. Stay Clean
I Save
:: $89.95Spice
H. G. Morrison. i Social Relations :Mrs. C. L' $
: IKURSKBIIiiwyiSlffiyi A cou ft1UiS R t -. of Peek Jr. carried Katherine i Plastic Seats,
Yoder Scholl Mrs. W. B.
Barbara literature.
:::'" mm McouencN*A muueu mum HO.CM* Miss : ;
-- Peek, Linda and Sandra Haas t
: I ] I Green Cove Springs spent the I I Thompson Jr.; :Missionary Education Finish ........ COMPLETE 8-PIECE
.. H.J and :Melody Cuttino to Branford ... ,
W. Mrs. Jack McComb
weekend with Mrs. I ; .
on Monday where

4 .- Sun., Mqn,, Tues. -. June 23, 24, 25 Hart.Misses Yvonne Godbee and I'this attending week. the GA camp theyare ,1 promotion.gins; Spiritual George Mrs.: H.Hug-H. ;' SALE PRICE -S995$ DINING ROOM'SUITE

4 Yvonne Hutto of Jacksonvilleare \ Adams; student work.,Mrs. E,
4 guests this week of Mr. Mary Helen and Sandy Mar- L. Matthews: supply work. INCLUDES : IF PERFECT

4 .4 eetJAMES BO/l.. -" and Mrs. M. C. Wells. shall of Apalachicola are visiting i Mrs. Walla, lJpse;- youth PRICEVOULD BE
: ... ,::," I their grandparents Mr. and Haddock Oval Table
h the most Mr and Mrs. Charles Parker I work Mrs. c ; GROUP TWO
Mrs. Ben Rowland and Mr. and
.. 't.J\ spyiAl.Ji. and daughter of Cocoa ace : I Circle chairmen;} Circle one-: .
: ( gentleman} Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and 'Mrs.weeks.William Carter for several -! Mrs. Vernon Smucker; circle 1-Oval IF PERFECT with high pressure $$299 95
[ They were accompanied Dining
a ', 1111'--:: an all !... family spent the weekend wllh I two Mrsv Nell Andrews; I Ii .. 1 PRICE WOULD BE Plastic Top .
: here
by their
a \tt i Mrs. L. S. Htttto and family.: J. i circle three -ID Foster. Shi Table
I "- \\\t J IAN FLEMING'S !? "t"; Miss Jane Adams is visiting Mrs. Dwight Marshall who i Smith; circle four- Mrs. S.. 5-Side Chairs

I I h '., ,'J'-k#.' \4;: her uncle and aunt Mr. and stayed[ from Thursday to Mon I I O. Denmark: circle fiVe-Mrs. ; 6-Matching $$179.90 1-Arm Chair I Save $130a00Stay

I -- Dr.No _- Mrs. R. R Turnipseed in Atlanta -I day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. Harry Green; Wesleyan: Ser I Chairs f
smith of
this week. vice Guild- 'Mrs.. R. S... Mul- .
$ a 1a TEC1uucoLoR Tampa spent the weekend with I: lins; Nominations' ,.Mrs. W B.' Clean
Edith Christiansen ha Stay Clean
i k- Mrs. 1 jMrs. Laura Tison. Save S $$89.95
S '.CIMED. llJ! nsTS returned from two weeks visit I Thompson? Jr.; local church Plastic: Seats, J I Plastic Seats SALE /A ;95
t11 Mrs. Robert Green
aa { with relatives in New Orleans. actiVities : Walnut Finish
Her grandson. Chris Keating Library Book parsonage.._Mrs, T. H., Sladei Large China I I

a- returned with her for several public relations. Mrs. E. D.I PRICE
Sale Nets $101The Cabinet
Olmstedi flowers Mrs. Vernon $ !
: $8995
VisitLocal -
_ Wednesday, Thursday June 26, 27 weeks admittances to Brad- Smacker.. : SALE, PRICE Complete !
recent Book, Sale spon- I (Bisque Finish) J
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM ford County Hospital this week sored by the Friends of the: JI I
include: Mrs. Jacquelyn Hersey
Library netted a total of
NO. 1 NO.2 Janie Carter and Mrs.Catherine $101.86 according to Mrs. j jI Senior Girl -

.. :Mary Wilson C.of Hersey Starke and and Mrs.Mrs.I I I Bert McMaines sale chair- !Scouts, EnjoyDaytQria TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS. ONCE IN i A LIFETIME BUY!. '

.. -L ELVS Helen Heights.A. Hersey of Keystone man.The money will be used to .OutingThe : "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"

help purchase furniture or
& PRESLEY Hisses. Charlene Hardy and other needed equipment for i I senior girl scouts enjoyed

& j Barbara Jean Green spent the the new library building which. and out1Dg at Daytona
? "
I .. I -Cr': fi i weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I I is to be in the Register Build-, Beach over the weekend. They I

Frank Stokes. at Crescent were accompanied. .by their : Denmark Furniture
: 1\ ;{ '1 ing. former the Park Theatre ;, Co.
VALOS 0. Beach. leader Pat Cauffman
JERRT STAR, ., i ,,Mrs :
I \ I Sen. and :Mrs. E. W, Mat- Appreciation was expressed j and Mrs. Lola Garbett.

_. :....---..! oPe.1I:1. ., ". .. I.hews: of Cordele, Ga. wereweekfqdjguests by Dr. Florence Jennings, Attending were Misses Bobbie -
c.e.coc CQLQIt.,DI_ :OLOR by DC LUXE -: #>II. %#4 : of Mr. and treasurer to those who helped Sue,Barksdale. Betty Ann

: 1.I '.1 Mrs. Eidon'Mathews. Jr. j make the book sale a succesrtf' $- R g1ster. Judy,.Cauffman.' Kay 43'' 446 W. Call St. Phone 964-4321 ,.. It" J Starke, Fla.

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I II Miss Kay Hart Rotary Wives i They carried cascade arrangements -

I I of yellow! daisies tiedith"

# I BrideelectFeted Honored At \\ mint green ribbons.

I Q ,I At Parties ; ___ Buffet Supper Little Miss Rhonda Henierson. : -

daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

II I I Miss Kay Hart, whose mar- Members' the Starke Rotary Ray C. Henderson of State

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 664- 51 riage to Ronald Crawford will ] Club honored their ladies, Farm, served as flower girl in

.- be an event of Friday evening "Rotary-Anns," Saturday eve- a dress identical to that of

June 21, at 8 o'clock at' ning at 7:30 at the Starke the matron on honor. She

1 the First Methodist Church, Golf and County Club with a carried a white basket filled

-- ':, has been honored at three de- lovely buffet supper. The ball- iI with yellow petals.

I Ilightful! parties in the pastI room was beautifully decorated Mrs. Black chose for her

I 3" _k daughter's, wedding a blue
I I week. in gold and blue carryingout I

;I On Wednesday evening, 2'ry the. traditional Rotary col lace sheath with matching

June 12, the Starke Woman's : ,- ,, ors. cardigan style jacket edged in
I Club was the setting for a I i. Clyde B. Terwillegar, Jr. matching blue satin trim.

lovely miscellaneous shower for I II '1: *% LJk ig; was chairman of the event. With this she wore white accessories -

I ; I Miss Hart. Hostesses were He introduced Dr. Frank and a purple orchid

___ Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. P. : ItV:9 Goodwin of the University of corsage.
L. Bridges, :Mrs. T. H. Os- Florida Professor of Market- The groom's mother wore a

,,-. 1 __ borne, Mrs. A. L Brown, : : k ing in the College of Business ___ blue lace sheath with matching -

frimwI A. Russell Norman, Mrs. Mrs'l :! Administration and teacher of jacket with bateau neckline

I Roberts, Mrs. Guy H. courses in Sales and Sales short sleeves, embroidered -

I Mrs. T. H. Sheppard Mrs. Management. Dr. Goodwin r midriff and satin cumber-
Maurice Wingate. Miss Delia i- spoke on "Ego-centric Predic- % bund ending in a side drape.

I Rosenberg, :Mrs. Donald Mc- .- ,. am nts." She wore white accessoriesand
: .
Rae and Mrs. L. A. Canova. --, -7 ;4-.', -',.- : -. Col. James A. Griffin, president a purple orchid corsage

-. I The guests were greeted at: wa',....... welcomed the speaker ; : A reception followed in the
the door by Mrs. NasworthyI _t honored guests and members.S. church recreation building,
-_ _ I and Mrs. McRae and presented 5 ", ... -.t L. Peek. Jr. gave the de- The bride's table was covered

to the receiving line composed ,"j. ?: votional. Mr. T e r w illegar with a white crocheted cloth -

of Mrs. Bridges, Mrs. .." I thanked the decorating committee aM'centered: with an arrange-
f ( _____ ______ -, '".
___ ________ W. H. Hart, mother of the ,w .,,', :Mrs. Charles Schmitt, ment of yellow chrysanthemums -
: j.J-c honoree. Miss Hart and Mrs. ..'- Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. and fern. At one end

Zary Crawford mother of thei J._ A. Griffin and Mrs. Terwil- was a mirror lined tray holding -
_____ ;; -
-'." bridegroom-elect. 4 4 .' / legar for their services. dainty yellow rice bags.
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The refreshment table was -,' The buffet serving table ___ The punch_ table was covered

t 3T. I lovely with an imported cut- ": ? &rv0t* v "V was covered with a white linen ,: 1; with a lace cloth and centered -
; ... F 1 'e ,. '
::z:; l' work cloth and centered by k 4 4 cloth and held two seven with two crystal candleholders
'"' ,
/. .] : an artistic arrangement of 'J' branched brass candelabrawith with two white tapers.

.- ..- :-"", .- -..; I pink snapdragons, baby breath : yellow tapers. Attachedto One end of the table held a

-t -" ,i I and Shasta daisies. The two : ; ".f"; each candelabra was a gar- crystal punch bowl encircled
tables were covered :- land arrangement of yellow with fern and at the other end
i punch
Mr. And Mrs. Hatcher Of Jacksonville with white linen cloths and gladioli and chrysanthemums.The was a four tiered wedding

I Celebrate Golden I', centered with crystal punchbowls ] ,............ .. menu included: top sir- cake topped with a minature
Wedding Anniversary I and At, .' loin
| surrounded by fern .' 4' roast beef with Borde- bride. and groom. The cake

i I daisies. Misses Joann Her and laise sauce. This was served was decorated with white and
- Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Hatcherof Birmingham, Ala. I -
I Pam Parker presided by the iii. under ultra-violet ray and!" yellow flowers and mint green
Maitland and Mr. and Mrs. The out-of-town .. --- --' -
guests were L I
tables.At carved to order by the chef leaves and white wedding -
Harry M. Hatcher Jr. entertaIned Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Justus of i punch points of interest in the IIIW 2., ,, \'$'}:' 'h !$; )$.l '.::i.ti I] The Chef's salad special with* Miss Sandra Holt And Mr. bells edged in yellow. Crystal
at a delightful family Welaka, niece of Mr. Hatcher!

reunion Sunday..--June: ,,9, at and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Oman i I auditorium arrangements were potted of pink palms.and Miss Idell Landrum Weds Mr. Parrish assorted from a large dressings crystal was bowl served encased United In June 9 New River Ceremony I!, dishes Assisting held at nuts the and wedding mints.

the home of the latter on E. of Naples. Mrs. Omans is and I I "
a flowers. Saturday, June 1 15, In First MethodistThe in ice and surrounded i were Mrs. R. R. Andrews, and
summer II'
Call street, honoring their parents cousin of Mrs. Hatcher Sr. white I Miss Sandra Lee Holt and highlighted ttfe front of the !i
I hostesses presented the by tropical fruit and flowers. Miss Gayle Andrews, as floor
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. A delicious buffet dinner The Charles Paul Worthington exchanged bodice and her lace sleeves
with the large vege- I First Methodist Churchwas finger-tip veil of English ,il-I Other items on the menu were hostesses, Miss Mary Ella
J. Hatcher Sr. of Jacksonville was served at noon and the j honoree bowl to her chosen : the setting for the .mar lusion was attached to a regal green beans a la peggy; scalloped nuptial vows at 4 p. tapered to calla points over )I. Green cut the bride's cake
Beach on their 50th wedding ( decoration for the center of j table m., June 9, in the New River I her wrists. The bouffant skirt I
I mementoof fashioned of pearls and potatoes la jiffy Haislop Barbara
pattern as a riage of Miss Idell Landrum crown a ; and Misses Judy -
anniversary.Mr. j the table was a three-tiered china the occasion. of Durham, N. C. to Parrott t iridescents edged ,at thetop- treasure cakes, iced tea and Baptist Church. Rev. Rex terminated into a chapel train.j'I. Whit head, Linda White-
and Mrs. Hatcher Sr. i i cake frosted in white and Brookins performed the dou- Her veil of silk illusion was I
225 guests were invited to Alton Parrish Jr. of Newton and hairline with seed pearls. head and Mrs. J. T. Parrish
were married, June 5, 1913 inWITH II trimmed in gold. attend this affair between the Grove, N. C., -which took She carried a beautiful as- The speaker's table and ble-ring ceremony secured to a crown of pearls I I presided at the punch table.
The honored couple received cade bouquet of lily-of-the-; : seven individual tables, seat- The bride is the daughterof and imported crystals. She the
hours of seven and nine o- place Saturday evening. June I' Miss Betty Jo Moody kept
_ many lovely and useful giftson 'clock. 8 at 8 o'clock. Rev. John R. valley, clusters of stephanotis? ,1: ing eight each, were covered Mrs.. Robert L. Black and carried a cascade arrangemen bride's book.

this occasion. Brabham performed the dou- garlands of ivy and centered with linen cloths and center- i the late Sanford Holt, and the of white rose buds, ivy, and After spending some time

T h e ir son-in-law and and ble-ring ceremony.The with a white orchid. I I.ed with beautiful summer arrangements bridegroom is the son of Mr. centered by a white orchid. with their guests the couple
daughter, Mr. and, Mrs. J. L. Mrs. T. H. Slade : I of .1 and Mrs. C. P. Worthingtonof Miss Holt chose as her matron i 'a
Miss Susan Slade, bride is the daughterof Mrs. Williams chose for her yellow chrysan- I left on wedding trip to
Campbell of New York City daughter hostesses, at a lovely I I"coffee" Mrs. Merritt Hannum WilliamS daughter's wedding a candle j.themums and gladioli. At each I Perry. of honor, Mrs. Elbert ,i i South Florida after which

and granddaughter Miss Jo were morning and the late T.. Frank lighttissue taffeta and lace ,I place setting were gold and The altar was beautiful with Nettles, who wore a yellow I,'|I they win reside at the L. D.
Ann Campbell were unable to Miss Hart. I Landrum of Starke. Theiridegroom's I gown with modified bell shaped I blue mint cups and programs.1 floor baskets of white gladioli, brocade taffeta sheath dress Green apartment, 1805 RatI -
attend. honoring I II pompoms, mums and stock a- with a bateau neckline.. .and I
Mixed flowers in parents are Mrs.) skirt, lace bodice and elbow Each "Rotary-Ann" was I ford Road. The bride chose
summer j Parrott length sleeves. With this I !I I g a i n.s t a background of short sleeves with a plain blue
G attractive arrangements were Alton Parrish Sr and presented a gift in remembrance -1 for traveling a Navy
if .
Miss Rosenberg used to advantage in decorat-i the late Mr. Parrish of New- t she wore matching accessor; i of the occasion. Door I branched candelabra. and yellow taffeta overskirt which sheath with white accessories
ing the Slade home for the i ton Grove, N. C. I ies .and complimented with a I! prizes donated by local merchants -;, palms. formed the petals of a tulipat i! and complimented with the

Named 2nd VP occasion. A focal point was I The altar was beautiful green cymbidium orchid cor were presented to the i j: As the guests assembled the hemline. There was a ': white orchid from her wed-

with a sunburst sage. lucky winners. At the conclu-, Mrs. Rex Brookins, pianist borw at the ,back waistline. ding-bouquet' .
of I huge arrange j I
Of Florida BPWMiss the arrangement :
huge ment of white sion of the 'affair Col. Telfair i' rendered nuptial music and With this she wore a plain \ is of
in shades of yellow and gladioli, giant A reception followed the 'I The bride a.graduate
J LifeIT'SA gold in the den. |I chrysanthemums and cushion wedding at the Stark Woman's I Long led the group in singing ; accompanied Mrs. Wilbur An- j yellow taffeta picture'hat and i Bradford High Schoql. class
; I
\ Della Rosenberg was The coffee table was covered j pompoms interspersed with j "Good Night Ladies." I drews. soloist, who sang "Oh I 1 matching gauntlets. She carried of '63 and the groom is a
.. ., Club where the wedding. Promise. Me," "Wfcitber, ThouGoest" : a cascade arrangement t
elected Second Vice presidentof -'with an ,imported cutwot ] jade.; Jeathej Jea/and plumosa : '' 1 1958 graduate of Taylor Coun-
: "stood'before. hie'ihantie ,
party and of yellow daisies tied with
? Prayer.
fern.: The in He
the Florida Federation' I cloth and centered with an n-branched j First Methodist ty High School Perry.
candelabras were entwined in.the lounge,..which:was beautifully -' Ray C. Henderson of State yellow ribbons. is-presently employed at the
Business and ProfessionalWomen's \ arrangement of pink and and white pink with huckleberry and placed decorated with two line Intermediate MYF Farm served as best man and Miss Lil Philman of Cocoa f Florida State Prison. Division

Clubs at the 43rd I peonies, snapdragons the ushers were Bob Harden. cousin of the bride, and Miss
satin covered hearts. Mrs. against a background of palms arrangements 'of ,white stock, SwimPicnicThe (rrectlon.
Percy [Sonny] Moody, and Vivian Hull of High Springs.
convention held Jacksonville.. 1 presided at' and greenery. The pews were -roses and chrysanthemums interspersed !
Kate Sheppard
Emory [Skippy] Black step served as bridesmaids. Th v j
She will serve with Miss the silver coffee service. I marked with white satin bows with leather leaf Intermediate MYF of
i brother of the bride. Paul were attired in plain yeUo'wtaffeta
Helen Parades of Perrine, presi- Assisting in serving and and sprays of white gladioli fern. These were flanked on( the Methodist Church enjoyed '
Wayne Black, brother of the sheath dresses with tot
dent; Mrs. Beatrice Freede, caring for the guests were and huckleberry.Mrs. either side by candleboards a swim-picnic at 'Strick
I. bride, served as junior usher. bateau necklines and short
GREATLIFE Dunedin, President-Elect; :Mrs. Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. J. L. A. Canova organ holding-burning white tapers, :. land's Landing on Wednesday '
Given in marriage by her sleeves. The brocade yellowtaffeta ,
Dorothy Gilmer, Tampa; First : R. Wainwright Mrs. A. Rus- ist, rendered; nuptial music as at the base of which were afternoon and evening.
I i stepfather, the bride attired formed -:
was overskirts petals cf666I
-4 'Vice President; :Miss Betty sell Norman, Mrs. Alice An-i the guests assembled.A. sprays ,of magnolia leaves. The twelve young folks I! ,
I: j! in an enchanting Chan- of a tulip at the hemline;
S. Parrish of :
(Jane Stott, Stuart Recording i derson. Mrs. Charles Sawyer Newton Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and I were chaperoned by their :
II tily lace gown featuring a and bows at the waistline
Secretary and Miss Mary Wilk- I and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. I I Grove, N. C. served his brother Mrs.: J. R.,, Chasteen Jr. sponsor, Mrs. W. B. Thompson -I 'wore,1
I sabrina neckline dipping modestly ded back interest. They
inson, Leesburg Treasurer. The bride-to-be was presented ,I as bestman and the ushers greeted the guests at the door I Jr. and son, Donnie. !
to V in the back of brocade I
I I a yellew taffeta picture'hats
were Dr. G. B. Parrish
They were installed at a banquet with a set of fiber-glass I of Durham .and presented them. to the I

Saturday evening in the TV tables from her hostesses I| N. C., brother of the I. receiving line composed of Mr. Cub Scouts the fitted bodice. Sequins and matching \gauntlets." -- -

\Robert Meyer Hotel by Miss i as a remembrance of the oc- I 1 bridegroom. Lokie Martin of :I and Mrs. Williams, Mrs. J. F.

,Hortense Wells of Tallahassee; I casion.i I Durham, N. C. Richard Sieff-I I Rogers grandmother of the(Pack 70 SetsISaturday

'A"Pull. a past State President. Miss i Invited to call between the erman of Tampa, brother-in- I bride, the bride and groom and PicnicCub

\ Virginia Allan of Wyandotte, I I' hours 11 to 12:30 were 100 law of the bride, and T. H.j I bridal attendants. I

( ,# Get the things you j Michigan, National First Vice I guests. l Harley HI of LaVale. Md. I The bride's table was beau Scout Pack 70 has seta ,

-t' ,desire when you retire. ;[President was the speaker Sat I I I Mrs. Linton A. Taylor Jr. I tiful with a white satin pleated picnic this Saturday, June I

urday evening. Mrs. C. W. Beasley ofI presently of Kirch Goens,I cloth covered with a white 22, from 1:30: p.m. to dark at'!'
I 1 See your Gulf Life ,,. Miss Rosenberg has served I Gainesville entertained at &l j Germany, served her sister as''I imported linen cut-work cloth Camp Montgomery on Crystal JUNE

representative on how the local club as President, District delightful family party Sat-! matron of honor in a gown of with point-de-venise lace in- Lake. !i I

3 as Director and for the urday evening at her home for I rose satin styled with a scoop sets. Garlands of smilax were The will leave from
Adapt.A.Plan can hdpt neckline, elbow length sleeves used and caught at Intervals group
past two years has been Re- her niece. Miss Kay Hart. I the First Methodist Church at I

i you with retirement ;bn3. cording Secretary of the Flori- The tea table was lovely molded bodice and bell with miniature cascade spraysof 1:30 Saturday afternoon. Par- :! ..

da Federation. She is Guidance with a cutwork cloth centered shaped skirt. Her satin belt shattered carnations and ents and other members of I,

Counselor at Bradford High with a bride doll and flanked caught at the waistline in puffs of tulle and showers of the family are welcome to at- :,
School. back with a flat fringed bow. narrow white satin, ribbon. I
by two three-branch silver tend. The group will take partin I .
GulfLifej I I Local delegates attending theconvention candelabra with white tapers.:1 She wore short white gloves The beauty of the table was swimming and games and b '' -
I'I I and her headpiece was a flat enhanced by the Jour-tiered
were Mrs. DorothyMilnerger and compotes'held ;
i Silver trays
I will down a picnic lunch and DAN RIVER
of Green Cove I II cake squares nuts and, bow of matching satin. She I wedding cake with its sprays soft drinks- ; I

I I Springs, President; Mrs. Desta mints. Miss Judy Beasley pre-:, carried a cascade bouquet of of white. orchids, stephanotis, i,, !

D 'al, First Vice president, Mrs. : sided at the punch bowl. I white asters with garlands of i( lilies-of-the-valley and roses Methodists Set

I'Margaret Brown, Second Vice Appropriate games were:I''I ivy and lily-of-the valley. resting 'on'a base around :

President; :Mrs. Bea Farber, I' played during the evening I' Serving as bridal attendants i which was a wide ruffle of ,Date To Honor SBEETS

A INSURANCE J Treasurer; Florida School for I and prizes were awarded to, were Mrs. Richard I*. Sieffer-: 'nylon i tulle over white satin : iI

T''I (Girls chairman Mrs. Bertie Olson the winners. II' man of Tampa, sister of the I! caught at.intervals with showers Pastor, FamilyRev.

COMPANY l ll and World Affairs coChairman The 25 guests attending included bride. Mrs. A. H. Harley HI : of satin ribbo 1s/The cake
,I John R. Brab-
and Mrs.
__ ,, :Mrs. Etta Faye Gill. I members of the family I of LaVale, Md. and Mrs. Glen was topped with valley lilies.Plaking I I I ham and family will be honored -I: "The Luxury Sheet" I
Conner of Orlando.
I, from Jacksonville, Wildwood, They weraattired ; the cake on- either hour Sun-
at a fellowship
I I in gowns similar to side were tall silver candelabra .
II J Starke and Gainesville. 72x108
church 'pj I
I day evening following i r
the honor attendant. Mrs. holding white tapers and cen:
I Drive In Cool Cool Sieffennan's gown was rose I tered-with epergnettes of miniature I service in the Fellowship HalL M
\Vainwright of : 81 x99 J I 11
satin and Mrs. Harley's and white carnations, white :]This will be the third year I
Comfort This Summer Is Honored At Mrs. Conner's gowns were rose buds and. leather leaf I II Rev. Brabha 's service to the
First Methodist Church in i Twin
melon satin. They wore Identical -.j fern.'Garlands of similax were I!
\Ved. LuncheonMiss {Starke and community.Leola I
matching headpieces to!' extended from the candelabras '

LET US I I the honor attendant and carried around the cake. |I 1
Betty Lou Wainwright. I
cascade bouquets of white : The punch tables were cov- Roberts, Mrs. Charles Special .
bride-elect, was honored at a I i
asters and garlands. of ivy. wed '!ith white organdy Darby, Mrs. Ewell Lawson,

t delightful of last luncheon week at the Wednesday River-,j Charlotte Brooks of Brooks-I!! cloths over satin and also had Mrs. George Patten Mrs. Lu- _ 81x108' 1 -.. .. .

vile, cousin of the bride serv- garands| of' smilax caught at cUe Davis Mrs. Garl Mathews,
in Jacksonville given by !
ed as flower girl in. a floor intervals with white satin ribbon Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Mrs. Robert --S or/ $S' 91
Mrs. H. H. Adams. '
; length gown of white organ- \ -bows. The bride's. book. Turner, Mrs. F. M. Craw- ..
An attractive arrangement I. ....
.YOURCAR' dy with melon colored satin. i table had a white organdy ford, Miss Shi Anne Smith Double.. -
of summer flowers in shades -- ?
sash and headpiece. With it i r cloth over satin and l1elda Mrs. Bob Ferguson. and Mrs. t : .
of pink and white centeredthe
she wore short white gloves center arrangement of white Harold Epps. Misses Merry Fitted "i
dining table. Bridal place ( '- -.--. ..,.. -- I
and carried a basket of shattered carnations' and leather ,leaf Beth and Beverly Crawford
cards marked the seating arrangement ;
NOW! for the twelve I 1 carnations.The .1; fern. Garlands of smilax. en-. passed the rice bags. : Special :

guests. I bride was radiant in a I, circled the doth of this, table j After a short wedding trip .
Included in the guest list : floor length gown of ivory I also. 'I to South Florida the coupleare .. .. N .. ,
silk peau-de-soie and silk organza : A large sunburst arrangement at home; to their friend?
I with the honoree were Mrs. J.
with bustle effect that i of white bridal flowers' after June 25 at Infinity Road :'I
ANY MODEL OR MAKE R. Wainwright, mother of the '
!j widened into a full length,j stood behind the'-bride's table'I Route 5. Durham. N. ,C. The'
honoree. Mrs. F. J. Shaw
Cathedral train. The bustle !I and a background of palms ; bride chose for traveling a'' PILLOW DAN RIVER ,
mother of the bridegrcom-e-, caught at the sides -. used 'at1 three suit of blue Irish'' C
was and piece
I Come In For A Free Estimate lect and Mrs. Carl Chambliss I up greenery were : .
of Jacksonville aunt' of the j and back with loops of silk j vantage points throughout Linen, with "*";ta accessories I, -.. 42-r 36*
organza and appliques of the club room. and white orchid corsage. ;

\ TODAY bride-elect. iI i iI I Florentine lace. 'The scoop j I I Mrs. Alan Potter of Jacksonville Among the out-of-town H HS

I neckline was ornamented with I'| and Mrs. Alan Cuneo guests were Mrs. Fletcher [ A 5 E 5 .

Cash Paid for Rood, Clean | appliques of Florentine lace ,':of Montgomery, Ala. cut the Sanders of,ewton Grove N. -.Only

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Ra s. M Khakis or Wool All, and seed pearls. She wore | brides cake. Mrs.: James PhillipS C. and Mrs- George Langdon. S t.\ ": I Each

_ CettonBrine to Tclegraph4GLtI'II. !; long matching elbow length j I kept the bride's bOOk. As1 ', Four Oaks, N. C., sisters of :

._ 1 gloves and her three-tiered 1, sisting in serving were Mrs. i' the bridegroom.I I .
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Lead 'sSummer I I Gasoline Tax ,; 643.74 over the amount from

Homes Abound with Potential For I BradfordGasoline t! May, 1962 but was slightly

: Pest Control's Bowling 1 less, $2,641.01, less than the
Lead Increases amount collected in
I April of

: With Win Over Lawtey In Little LeagueFlorida 15 PlaygroundsIn Full Swing through Remaining four weeks undefeated of bowling I Poisons AMA Official! Warns II May, 1963 in tax Bradford collections Coun-for this Of year.thee$52,155.55." collected

ty totaled
Starke Motor Parts took 52155.55 for 745- in Mayof7Ihis
Pest I ) year. $17.97831
Control defeated i in to strike out the last three 085 gallons on fuel sold during -
man points from I
Starke's five playgrounds Community I Children r. was remitted to the ,
Lawtey 5-2 in Little ] "safe county
1 to end the supposedly at 'I"W' April, according to
game. Frank Tom- Bank I a report -
are in full j with Bill Nelson rolling j ;
-League swing with plenty home according
action Monday | I( } are poisoning themselves tp.. Green's report.
behind ]
linson : from
was the losing pitcher i i terrific ..L. W I State ComptrollerRay >
I of fun and a 693 series for the The
activity for
the two-hit pitching of everyone j I at the rate of nearly 1,i00 a day. k .,. amount remitted equaled
Gary while Kirkland a ; 3 .
picked :. E. .
up the i every day of the while Charlie Johns When t :
HamIlton I.I I week lOU consider that I';''''11'.<..f, ";..w f ; collections from two cents oi
Mike Crawford hurled three- win.Richard the Recreation Department I i was high for losers with a 577 more than a quarter} : million .t :' i increased 59.- the seven cents gas tax.
"' Williams Coke I I series. home-used .... 8t ,
announces. the I
hit products on mar "'
btfnfor :
.' effort. Pest Lawtey in a losing catcher, rapped a fourth inning }( Schedules for the different I Moving up into fifth place, I let contain toxins, it is not dif '"!'t'C.! 1"-> ot...., .'
Control's 'I
were triple for his ficult 'J,' SERVICE
team's understand
all only I areas are as follows: i j Russ's took three points from I to why mow {.
singles by' Danny Griffis, base hit. Dan Griffis, Tommy ', 1 Food Fair than 500 children die each 'tt.,-"'. ; ""JI s '
:Johnny Warren Pratt Street Playground with B. Williams I -. o&i ...11'v 'S'RP'R. Akridge Taxi Service
I t Hamilton. and Gary Chastain, Gary Hamilton and I';' Monday, Wednesday and Frii I j rolling a 464 series for the year from" self-administered ,,(. .. r t't -
i Charles Smith singt Timmy Kirchaine all doubled i winners I poisons, said F. J.J L. Blasin- ..P"a"
: day, 2-5 { while Vernon Glisson
led I i p.m. .vn'A
and Mickey Moore doubled I for Pest Control. II j I game, M.D., executive vice- .
paced the losers
for Lawtey. John's Oil hurler I} Wainwright Park- Tuesday j I with a 439. president of the American Nfed- /

The pitching of Larry Norman ams lost Bill Ad and Thursday, 2-3:15: pj I Taking over the second; ical Association. K 1 1t I -- ,1 ,1'3'
; his bid for a no- m. ; place position, Pyrofax Gas P .
squeezed Starke Builder'sSupply \i I hitter i, Children are naturally cu E'
final ''
inning of play Nona Park !' took three points from Gem rious /1l M
past Raiford 7-5 Tues I Friday when Tuesday and j especially the very joung .. ,",
day. Bennett had two doubles Bobby Sheppard 1 :' Thursday, 3:30-5: p.m. Lead- |' Jewelry with Bones Mahoney ones. They are prone to stick: 4. r, :;,;- A.

in four at bats for Raiford i in base cracked for a single over first t ': ers for the above three area I i' rolling a 563 for the winners into their mouths anything they t ; t i ,a ''

I &, the losing effort. I Starke Builder's Supply's i j are John Manning and Sally while Bill Rosser shot a 529 can get in their hands. doesn te.en R' ry r1 PHONE

only hit. Mike Hewett t j Ann Epperson. for the losers have to taste good or look =r ./
Last Week's f a
Play was the losing pitcher allow- fi G
Standings W L pretty. 1
Johnny Warren, Steve Kirk- j ing only three I Heights -MondaY'1 :Most 3 -,. Starke, FJa.
hits ;
but his
land, and i Wednesday and p. Stark Mtr Pts. . 14 2 poisoningsoccur ,,, -
Tommy Chastain team in childrer.
was plagued under
i I by errorsL m. Pyrofax Gas.-- 112 4'% five.

teamed up to pitch Florida L | making 11 miscues. Adams, I Madison Street Park Gem Jewelry . 10 6 Two-year-olds are the most poison -. b .. 'l mo=. "" ..
Pest Control to a 9-5 victory n I! Terry ]Minx singled and Dan Tuesday prone, with one-ear-olds Medicinis? account for nearly half!f of all accidental poisoning hi United States I
Community .
;I and Bank. 6 10Russ's
over Thursday: rallying Coca Cola last'r i1 Johns doubled for John's Oi1.1 j Leaders for Thursday the above 2-5 p two m. ..... . . 4 12 life close their behind. At this stage in each year. Discard unused medicine and keep rest out of children's "ach.
: curiosity fc
June 13. Lea at its
WarrenI ? Stand. W L Per. i i i Food Fair . Terwillegar 3-Day Vacation
I areas are Donna Trawick and 2Vz 13 iiiV and their 9
started the height sense of fear
game but left in pest Control 13 2 .867 I I A primary cause of such acci Among suggestions for lessening
II John
the third inning to make way I Lawtey . 9 4 .694 I I j Williams. V i I. not yet developed, Dr, Blasin- dents, says Dr. Blasingame, is the poisoning hazards in FOR TWOFREE
r for Steve Kirkland who hurled Johns Oil10 5 i The four to six-year-old Health Board game explain storing poisonous substances in the home, Dr. Blasingame '
Motors -
the third, j .667 I program will begin Monday, Medicine, especially aspirin food containers or soft drink sug 'i
fourth, and two- : Coca Cola . 5 10 .333 | Birth CertificatesIAre heads the list gested: i !
I June 24, I at 10 ajn. and will i items children bottles. A toddler
thirds just naturally
of the fifth I Keep potential poisons
inning be- I Bldg Supply. 5 10 ii out
.333 i seem to like to
fore !' continue until August 13 every Urged sample accounting assumes that a soft drink of reach and scaled.a .
Tommy .
Chastain Raiford, .
came -. 1 12 .OR3'__ i for nearly half of all acci- bottle
n Monday and contains a treat Hell \ever transfer !'
Tuesday toxic
,/ I I ; materials -
Leading Hitters I dental poisonings In fact, too drink whatever A.'r .
he finds
II from 10-11:30 in it. into
a. m. at the The State Board of Health household
., Dan Griffis, Fla Pest Coni I Pratt Street Playground. I much of virtually any medicine! The facts are clear," he utensils ...
urges parents who have children ,
i I trol .531; John Warren, Fla. can produce serious conse warned. "Between 65 and 70 Don't leave va t
I Mothers child
are urged to bring !i starting to school this fall your
I P.est Control, .528; Richard their four-six quences. per cent of all poisonings take alone in a room in which a,,, ,
!i year olds to the i to obtain birth
I Williams, Coca Cola, .480 and ; playground certificates immediately Among the supposed non. place because an item was accessible ? you ie working with poi. ..
and ,
register them edibles that frequently find .
Bill to child.
Adams Johns Oil 1 a sons. I ,, '
Company for the I i 1 # d
n! : .462. program. Birth certificates may be their way into children's stom- "If we're going to live in Give medicines only in a p ,, 4

"t raa' I I I II Schedule obtained through the State achs are cleaning and polishing modern homes with modern lighted room. f li

o .a; j Thursday, June 20- Coca I New Playground Board of Health's Bureau of agents cosmetics, detergents, shoe polish, I conveniences and modem med If your child might have ,r'' 'rS
i Vital Statistics, according to waxes, insecticides, icines, we have to developsome taken: a poisonous' substance ? ;
Cola .
vs. Raiford at Starke and :.:Opens InLincoln paint, turpentine, chalk .H
Bureau up-to-date standards that call .
CharleyE. Starke Director Everett H your for instruction ; ,.." .
I Builder's Supply vs. !I Williams Jr. I bleaches, plant foods, plaster, will make home safe for our at once. Don't wait to see what p r} ,,,,. ..1, .
Lawtey at Lawtey. I City perfume and decorations. children." happens. ,. .. =; l
Friday. June 21 Florida' I "A child could miss an entire L" '-'' ':
Pest Control vs. John's Oil j The Recreation Departmentannounces J year of school unless a'1

Johns 1 Company. the addition of a birth certificates is obtainedin Fla. State At This Hotel In Miami Beach

Monday, June 24 Coca new playground in the Lincoln time. We can give fast ser-i] MAYOR'S COURT I ing an accident, running traffic

about this question Cola vs. Lawtey at Starke and City area. vice now but later during the'Employees! ,Up I I lights, unlawful speed, and When You Purchase Any :New Forth. T-Bird,

: I Raiford vs. John's Oil Comp- Activities such as arts and rush the service will be slow," Mayor Randal Chitty was driving without a license. Fairlane or Falcon During June.-Vacation Good

"The increasing rate of any at Raiford. crafts, Softball, story telling, Williams said.Application. 20 Per Cent kept busy in Starke Mayor's j j Single cases were reckless Until Aug. 31.

travel accidents : Tuesday, June 25Starke and other games will be avail- for a certified Court the past two weeks driving by unlawful speed,.
by air- Builder's I'able under the auspices of :Mrs. Public employees in Florida hearing a total of 29 cases.' shoplifting reckless driving No Gimmick
I must by
plane and auto Supply vs. Florida copy include the fun or Contest JustA
ening. Does are right- I Pest Control. I'I'I I Sally Price, playground direc-J j name of the child; the full ,i numbered 252,237 persons by At the head of the list wer:. improper take-off, petty theft, --
the I.
Charley tor. The new playground the end of last year, a 20 percent ; a total of 10 cases for dis- trespassing on private
opened j i of the property
E. Johns Thursday, June *'I I name father; the full : Gift To You
Agency have i Cola Coca Monday, June 17, and will re- !j maiden name of the mother gain in three years, the I orderly conduct by fighting. disorderly conduct, disorderly From
i vs. John's
that Oil Company. I ;
combination Travel i! main open three days week 'the Florida State Chamber of I. There also
were three conduct
per day, month, year, city and cases by use of pro
Accident and Baggage Friday, June 28 Lawte Y for nine weeks, from 1-5 I Commerce reports i n Us of public intoxication I
I vs. Florida Pest I p. m. county of birth; whether the and two fane 'and indecent language,
Control I Weekly Business
at Review.
Policy which covers sickness i Starke. Children in the Lincoln City j I i child is male or female, and i each for failure to have a and disorderly conduct TfRWILLEGAR MOTORS

injury or death of area may check with Mrs. Price the child's race. The original 1 "The comparable national hicle under control and ve-j by

the travelers and theft or to find out what days she will birth i certificate number i i i I gain was 11 per cent," the fighting with a knife -0(
damage of be at the playground. should be Review states. -
personal belongings included if
Have f
you an old r
] refrigerator If the Possible'j' "Florida's total
? child was born was made I,
fan Natural Gas other state up of 51,086 federal I'
or tools which you !no long.. the certificate i, civilian
Charley E. Johns ,I Takes must be obtained from that I employees [no military personnel k ,, t N.ytV
5r! Lead
use. Convert them Into casfcj'
state. included], up 8 per .

k Agency now. Phone 964-3101 and In Men's Softball Application forms may be I cent; 45,014 state employees, :! .F i{ ,
r. PHONE 964-0121 obtained at county health de-// up 21 per cent and 156,137 I Enjoy The Cool Comfort.- .

: 131 S. for classified. Leonard Varnes pitched partments but a letter will county-district-city employees, :. : ,
Walnut St. Natural Gas into first place !! adequate if it contains all I a gain of 15 per cent over : .,

in the Men's Slow Pitch Soft i the above information. i i 1959. These 'figures' include ;1 0' y..' ;.,The. Perfect' Fit.' .of ..,,
both full 4 t t ,rra+ ,. .., ..,
_I ball League last Friday night I The State Board of Health I and part-time work- ?

i with 13-3 win as he handed also suggests that before,. ers, the latter making up a- Play'let( Cotton Bras

j Terrell's Gulf their first de I starting the first grade that bout 8 per cent of the total. :1

feat in second half play. I a child have basic immunizations ,I "The monthly payroll of

sE The Gas crew broke a four I i for diphtheria, lockjaw, i state and local employees only! $2.50 }- ,

game winning streak for Ter- whooping cough, smallpox and i| throughout Florida during Oc- : ,r,

rell's to take away their top i polio. i I I tober of last year amountedto Cotton & Lace Bra. Lon,la_ting lace cups fully lined ; p ,. :. .
spot in league $69,836,000, \jith soft cotton for double 1 and ,4 :; :, ..
standings It an increase of support no ,=;, .a:"._. .
I was the sixth straight win for !Social Security 37 per cent over 1959 com- see-throush.w :Machine washable,too. Also... f .(.

At City Fish and Meat Market I Natural Gas after they lost ,I pared with a national average I .Magic-Cling Bra with non ljp f panels so the back ': :.;' 1'4 10,..";;..

I I the first game of the half. I j I The manager of the Gainesville of 28 per cent. The comparable won't ride u P...Fashioa-.11n /rck'' Bra with special ;,', ""'" '""'"' :

,I Natural Gas also defeated: ,: Social Security District i federal payroll in this -? underlift anels..Cocton-Uacrong Bra r J ,,;
ERNEST and ,OPAL ALLEN Owners Operators : Brooker Tuesday night 10-7 office, John W. Spann Jr., state not available for that cool cotton and eac}-care Dacron pol 'ztcr.combining '_, eF..-b.N
for their fourth win and then date. } I
announced .
: this week ; '
that beginning >i'1'
FLORIDA GRADE "A" : Thursday night in a near riot I "Schools ALL COTTON BRAS rHI .. '' -.', I, ;:{
J Friday, July 5, the social hospitals, highways toe $2.50 /". : .

f topped Hampton 43-0 for their j : security field representative .i and police protection, in I .Y ,. ,A /", ,,., ., .t;,
victory. y
| will be in the building at that order / .1' ,> ... : > .
i j claimed the prin- : '.
/ u, ... \ .
Thursday night "
Terrell's ; 134; North Court Street i ;
inj j cipal part of the state-local '. ;
FRYERS Gulf defeated /
Lawtey 18-3 i Starke, immediately opposite >',, .. \ }
-s. 'i!
and Brooker downed the In-i the Bradford County Court- full-time employee total in ';," '4 "i' 1

dependents 12-2 while Garden I house. Florida last year. Schools, including >;y't t?

Restaurant defeated Pine Level This office also houses the higher education, accounted ;( J J Y, l' .. ,;_.. '.",' >..: '._
133.League. I ,i ) .
LIMIT Stand W Florida Welfare Office and i for 79,736 employees, .J ,.J1' ":. ;'".1/ H.J.. .1,:...,
C Per .
may be reached <0< r, ,
3 Natural Gas. t 1 .857 ,I Friday by : up 26 per cent in three years; -/f1 J L., : .tr-t I"t ',.. ,, .
telephone< : '
at I lil
964-9111. .
Terrell's -. 4 1 .800 ,j! for retirement,Applications disability -- public hospitals 22,060, up 22 .:,.,, ,. ,I f.:/ :. ,, 'I fII /', ('' .jY. _, ., ,-, ,
< <
'Brooker ..-.. 4 2 .666 ; per cent; highways 14,812, .,, "" I';" Ot! .... :
= Lawtey . 3 3 .500 and other or survivors benefits, 18 per cent and up ...)" .I I I'r I :: 'j / /'.} :: ,
LDtHamburger social security matter ; all types of ':. : //1))' v .f,
independents 2 3 .400 i \ : 1(J'! f( .. l ; -, -
j ,
Garden Rest..... 2 3 .400 '' < may be handled throughthe police protection 10,656, a gain 'V ;. 'I'," '. i m/ e.'IJQfy.i l : .'I ''I> !' ;'f. .. :.-1:'"'
new office. '" ; ) 'I.I
of ;
12 : /.
per cent. : ,' / .; I S '
t" / f. ; 1
Pine Level. 1 4 .200 i ,. ,\, ,,' ?l. / ,f ': !
I _
I ; or.

; ,, Hampton.--Schedule 5 .000 I .\ .4\\ t:" >, :1". .,,; '"f'! :'i. ,' f: ...' .. / ,, /, .. J/ /I. '/// ///.."I'" ) / ,I/I. !. 1//. ,p I.:,,. ,:
$ Thursday, June '.'., J,.,:'- .i\'. ,:.1: i'1 L: thf, f ':;: ,:,o' 'f\.. ..-.. i"S.- ., : .' 'J'/ N 1'6'' l. '" ,t.r
20-Lawtey 30 GAL DEARBORNUot \,. ,;. ".. :\ :.-" I" I ; I ., 'I. : I
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; '.5. Natural Gas at Starke, \t. \\,..t\i.\;. ..'\...:":t \"I.'Itf",. "' "..:1,: ,:/ .'(:.. : .'..S -.<.t. : '' ,. '',, I ,'", -, / '"., /.,//11 I" I / .,1/ ,. :.'." .
i \ '/ ifi.! So< ,
Meat 7:15 p.m. Pine Level vs. Tercell's "' .,\'\...\.\"\ .\', \.' \1//.:,,: "" :":.: / ,". "I '. I///A.. -).- ., '
Gulf at \\:; '.: ; / I '; l'l :' '/ 'r"
Starke, 8:45: '.! ; I' /'
p. '. ) / '
I '\ \ \, / .' / /J
m. Garden Restaurant \ ','.: : ,f. ; .1lo.t1)1 "'rJ'r (_I _I_;_
vs. \ -, ,
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(1 Hampton at Brooker, 8 p.m. 1Vater Ileater '...'- ,: t: t I;. '.:,'' :. ... .,L,,.
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Friday, June 21Natural : '
Brisket ,,,.. ,._ I ;
IBS. Gas vs. Pine Level at.Starke, v ...... -f';r '. "l h.-
7:15 ,
: p.m. Terrell's Gulf vs. '

Brooker at Starke 8:45: pm. GLASS LINED r ; l ,_. .

Lawtey vs. Independents at ,. *' *
Stew .. I Lawtey, 8 pm. i I .., .? COMPLETELY a IIartcx( Living B ray(;. :

; Tuesday, June 25Garden 4 ,;.
: Restaurant vs. Natural Gas at / ", move with I ,4u. ., !,i:>

Chuck Roast Or Starke. 7:15 p.m. Independents e ,. 10 YEAR WARRANTY j ; "'"i iP ; breathe with
vs. Terrell's Gulf at = ; you.;
: :
: .
Starke 8:45: pm.: Hampton ).-- -, : : .'

I STEAK. LB. 49c : Lawtey at Brooker 8 p.m. ; 1 r" 4 ,.,; :i'iJll7' For+ Every Summer Activity!j
o. '
Witnesses SetConvention 7 '. ,.',-: ; Now..the all-elastic back Is* elasfia ,
$ r } : f' -made ithout rubber-so you can machine,.

Round Plans s \"; wash Platex Living Bras in detergents bleat
or:. ;'
; r -
F. E. Shenehon .sty .ti .C i.,.)..JIIIr.Wf... :*.>,f, ..".*/ > Xv" ..;" .{-',.,.;,....--,.: .*."Ji4' i.fton't t jclloiv, pucler or stretch out. I -. I
of < :
IB. Starke PER .x. ( '' '
> :
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STEAK. 69c presiding minister of the Ii'V,< ". : : ./,'... ..... ,
Starke Congregation of Je .. JIONTH ,;'. .: r: :3.:..: tjl With n>Ion or cotton-Dacron cups, White 32.10 42C U-5.4

hovah's Witness, Central UnIt ;, : :: ; "ti
All Meat y r ] .x /' PL.\1TEX LIVING STRETCU'EVER.&s7ci : '
announced :R BRAS ALSO IX
that .
plans have When Slade \' "' ? ELASTIC'
been Using Gas. : ;' '/ ...... ,-'. .::r ..__ ;
made final for the forthcoming '. : :
Pays for Itself Out !f' .7" ..
; STEW--! eight-day international Hign .. ., _. .. ... ., ,' :: .: \..:. .. k 4.""
59c convention of the religious ;; of Electric Bills \\N ,' p- "' _
group scheduled for Yankee ., and Slow Recovery Elec '" .,- '
stadium in '' 4 \ -- J/ .
We Close Monday-Open 6 10 14. York July 7- trio Water Heaters. '"} -, -.,.., "., '- '. ., ;J' '0;. ';' .'\.,' ": "'!p..... ,.,", .:;"I!.:, ... ,
a. m.- p. m. : ; -; r '
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-- 'i 1 Shenehon said all membersof \ .' ', : ('j

the COMPARE ANYWHERE \ .. -; 1 ; .
1 congregation are invited fl. \ \ -
.. ( to attend including the A .J'1:):
/ / ---- ,
children. Approximately> 125- I

WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OFtROCERIES 000 persons representing the LADE GAS!


607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 and Central America, Canada -
-I and the Caribbean 332 "'. Madison St.
.are ei-' Phone 961.3551t STARKE, FI A.
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Quality In Possible Price, we Proudly Welcome the WestinghouseHousehold

1 Franchise for this entire area. We have investigated the Westinghouse
I t vy SALES Line throughly, and believe it to be of the finest Engineered

SERVICE Products we have seen. We invite your inspection and

appreciate your Very Fine Business. ; .I i iwD ,I- i, ,r

urin g, Announcement Sale We AreOffering Outstanding Prices On Appliances l And

This Some On Gas Installations l I

Westinghouse Freezer ''I. $10 Down ... $10 Per. Month !iiil iiilII i II DURING THIS GREAT EVENT WE ARE OFFERING



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p .1f !! { I I J JIIII o One Year Guarantee on Oeep- t :. '
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_- IIII Illlalu111t I 11111 II I I,,;,. board fails in normal usa within :Y.y / ..
w one year from date of purchase, >; .
Model! FYD21 Model P3473 I Westinghouse will replace set free +
400 Lb. Capacity of charge. Arranged through authorized
Air-Sweep Shelves for fast, efficient $10 dealers.

Bulk Package Area for odd-shaped Down You can be sure..if it'sWestinghouse ".
or 0 One Year Guarantee on Deep-Etched Circuit Eoard. If Model K3821
large, bulky items. circuit board fails in normal use within one year from date of i .
Deep Door Shelves give you extra "upfront" $10 purchase; Westinghouse will replace set free of charge. I diagonal measure
storage. authorized dealers.
Arranged through I N
3-Year Food Spoilage Warranty plus Month .
Factory Protection ?' Westinghouse willrepair
Plan, ((3)) Built-in
Quality or replace defecflve parts at no charge on all TV models
for ninety days from date of purchase. Service arranged )
through authorized dealer or service contractor. \I\A WtSTINGHOUSE TO a
\: YOlJR .
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14 CU. FT. { SUS E... WITH A pEE CGE
One Full Year Warranty, Parts '
Westinghouse RefrigeratorFreezer I And Labor On Any INSTANT-OX SET <

$$10 Dn. $$10 Mo
I = 1; Separate Freezer Section
i a Holds 119 Lbs. At Zero-Zone
I rd Auto-DefrostRefrigeratorsection. FREEZER? COOL COMFORT
;' i:. _' +! Twin Porcelain Crispers keep % .
i t. b bushel vegetables de wYi -tresh. ,
i I 1 Plus-2-Position Shelf, Butter With This
Compartment. Egg Shelf Tall
Bottle Space and Built-in ., [1k3'Tt WESTINGHOUSETROPICS aV' f,
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Modol Y RkDat aY. $10 Month Q li T tf Air Conditioner '111 1 '..

HEAVY DUTY ;+,3"*b '

,., M ., 525 Lb. CapacityJust ; Etched Circuit Board. If Circuit Deep -ti'---...-, ....,,,..n'J1.......<.....TU'OJIII1l1'".
Check The Advantages: Board Fails In Normal Use Within : ;
a a 1. Buy When Prices Are Low Model MHO (Kith Capacity) One Year From Date Of Pur .-
j.T : chase, Westinghouse Will Replace .
a 2013 *
: o ?r 2. Always Food On Hand-Saves extra power, plus capacity for Set Free Of Charge. Arranged 68
hot, humid climates..penetration
;4. Dozens,Of Trips To The Grocery
,r to move cool air to far corn Through Authorized Dealer. *
Store ers with Air Jet Vanes.PUSHBUTTON Diagonal I Measure

S. Enjoy Fresh Vegetables Grown CONTROLS: .. ..
Right In Bradford County All cool push,high a button or low for fart high; slide or l lever low ;.r:: S.
Year Round to bring in fresh air or exhaust ;::1: Y I. jfs\iieStit\ houser ii 1

;i. Separate Quick-Freeze Compartment room air.ADJUSTABLE. THERMOSTAT: ; .,. -,.. I( ., t ". .> '' ..
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r :maintains desired temperature T. \'
Rust-Proof Porcelain Liner automatically.
5, Plus Built-in Tumbler Lock PERMANENT FILTER:Filters out t
3-Year Handy food Lift-Out Spoilage Basket.Warranty"OryWall' dust, pollens,. airborne impurities ALL APPLIANCES ON THIS PAGE: APPLY TO BOTH OUR
,- washable
.' Construction, Package .
Loaded With features: Divider Seal-Tite Lid and fib- STARKE AND LAKE BUTLERSTCRES. REMEMBER:

;. Completely Self-Cleaning Feature Built-in LOW Quality.Loaded PRICE At Low, $110 Dn $$10 Mo. $10 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH I DELIVERS ANY APPLI- I

'.:-... Automatic Lint Ejector ANCE ADVERTISED \,

..'..,,,*" Uses y2 As Much\ Soap,

Water Up\\'i As To Per Much 10 Gallons Load Bleach Less And FOR THE FINEST GAS SERVICE and APPLIANCES o o CALL



STARKE 332 ,,. MADISON" Main s Across from
$$10 Down $$10 Per Month >"' -"'I m&&
., Phone, 964-3551,. ; Dealer's Bank
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Masons Schedule ; A I II I Mr. Lovell!!, 67 i Starke Students

Special MeetingFor Make Dean's List w.c.T.u.
Services Set
ThursdayA I New .,
I "For safe driving see tha;
Two Starke students have
In IllinoisHarry I\ all nuts are tight, except the
special meeting of Brad- I been named to the Dean's : "

Is forj Lodge No. 35 F. & A. M. i Russ!ll Lovell 67, of : -' j I I List in the University College. ,j t one at the[Sunshine wheel. Magazine I IBOLUNGER IS

scheduled for Thursday, ; I Starke died upon arrival at1! Mgr. r the lower division college of :
June 20 8 for the wirrg .s
at p.m. *_ ,. 4-'
Starke hospital Tuesday afternoon -
.m-.h; -s
; 4 the University of Florida.
| ;
purpose of conferring the En- I :-
: following a sudden
tered Apprentice Degree.At : Linda Carolyn] Co; daughter ',
; illness. Born September 12,
:: of Mrs. L. M. Cox of
the regular meting on 1895 in Illinois he was a retired At a'
: Starke and Linda Faye Was-
Monday, June '24, ,the Fellow- __ manufacturer of Farm S I ; CHIROPRACTIC JCUNIC
craft Degree will bt conferred.All .,., i w- din, daughter of Mrs. David
t' Implements. He was a memberof !
S _ _-ii_ j I i Browning of Starke two 426 N. Walnut St.
masons of the respectiv2 the Methodist Church and are I 961-2881

degrees are invited to attend. 4-H Members Leave For Week At Camp had been a resident of Starke i Carp'sI : i I I I of omores 278 UF who freshmen posted records and soph-of Ph.Starke

since August 1962 making his
.- : Bradford County 4-H Club Cherry Lake. A group of parents I The group left Monday at j j home with his son. I I outstanding the achievement for Insurance cases accepted

members. 35 girls and' nine I!I! watch with mixed emo- ,: noon and will return this I Surviving are six daughters: I spring trimester. "

boys, prepare to leave Monday tions the is to :. --1---._ k
WiLLIAMSJEWELRY ; -I as bus about : Mrs. Darlene Holiday of Burlington ---- --
Friday afternoon. June 21-
I for a week's camp at| set them' free for five days. i Iowa; Mrs. Doris AllI- III I CIVIL SERVICE I.I I.

son of Richardson, Texas; I TO '--""'" I
Pine planting site be ,
Planting done well ahead preparation of time. Summer English Mrs. Barbara Loy of Platts- I Pictured above is the new manager of Carp's I)(>pt. Store I PATROLMAN EXAMINATIONwill

Time Is Here, though Classes Offered burg. N. Y.; Mrs. Patty Allison Clarence I* Fussell, 28, who took over the duties of former I II
actual planting of the
REPAIRS of Macomb Ill.; Mrs. Betty j be held by the Board at
manager: Bob Reagan, who resigned, this week.
seedlings is done from late
W A TCImS.DLUIONDSI I Forester Says t.I November on through the winter -j, Summer classes in English ) Moody. of Skokie IlL; andMrs. I, Fussell has been with the Carp's organization one year and Jacksonville Beach, 'Florida
Joan Winegardner of Moline -
i I I into i and'reading improvement are here from Port St. Joe where he assistant !
February. came was an man-
AU j
Work GuaranteedA. Now is the time for Florida I 1 Ill. j APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
Call Forester Champion at starting this week in the ager. He Is married and has a son, Steven, aged 2.
C. Williams i landowners to start land preI I I : southeast wing of the USO Eight sons: Steven and i THE BOARD UNTIL JUNE 29TH, 1963
Starke phone 964-4361 for ad-j Reagan has moved back to Wiseonsin where he will into
paration and order their i go
Building. James D. both of Piano Texas -}
142 W. Call St. of seedlings according I vice as to what extent prepar- j business with his father. lie had been manager of the Carp's REQUIREMENTS
crop pine '
Carl D. of Rushville
1 ation for a particular reforestation -i Students or adults interested ; IlL; : High School Graduate Height 5' 10" Minimum Age 21
to Farm Forester Don Russell M. of HI.; store here for two years.
Starke. Fla. I I site is necessary and in work toward diploma'credit Bushnell to 88 yrs. .. <.

..- .-_ -_...,- 1 Champion. what variety of pine may be, or for personal 1m-; William C. of Starke; Robert j NEW RIVER BAPTIST ; Training Union. 6:30: p. m. Starting salary $4,264.00 annually, plus.$240.00 annual

--:- --- Foresters recommend that'ALMOST" planted for the most profitable provement are urged to call"rCONOMY" ; K. of Suagus. Mass.; Darrell!I CHURCH I Ii uniform allowance. $10.00 per month Increase in pay
E. of Creston, Iowa and Del- Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.
return. Your forester can Mr. or Mrs. Edward Blaisdellat' i each six months! until reaching $1.863.00 salary. The

/ THE PERFECT HOST.jjf' 'I also assist in the advance ordering ,! their home or 964-3071- and mar W.sister of St.Mrs.Paul, Minn Ann I Sunday School, 10 a. m.II III Prayer Meeting Wednesday ;,, city furnishes all uniforms, caps, badges, pistols and

of seedlings from the i Individual tutoring is also one Mary ; Morning Worship 11 a. m. 7:30p.m.. shirts.! .,. .

nursery. i being offered. The summer Russell of Macomb, Ill. ,. Training Union. 6:30 p.m.Evening S -
The body was sent to Bush You may obtain your application form by writing or
Worship, 7:30: p.m. -
session will end August 8. FIRST CHRISTIANCHURCH:
Green Sworn In I I nell 111. Wednesday where Prayer Service. Wednes- calling: Jacksonville Beach Police Department, Jacksonville -

funeral services have been Beach Fla.
day 7 pm. Everyone welcome. ,
At Ceremony ![Gay Elected tentatively set for Sunday.-. Bob L. Badgelt. Minister Civil Service Board

Jaycee PresidentIn terment will be in the Ipava I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:45 a. m.
In TallahasseeLex Church Worship 10:45 Carl S. Bauer
Cemetery at Ipava, Ill. CHURCH : a. m.

Coral City Chi Rho. 5:30: p. m. Choir Chief Examiner

Buzzy Green Jr. was Sunday School. 10 a.m. m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. ..
I i Gerald Gay recently Presbyterian Men Morning Worship. m. W84e4fT. ___ o-------
sworn in as a member of the i was ] 1ia. m. -

Florida Bar Association in a I elected president of the Carol Set Fish Fry I

ceremony in Tallahassee. City, North Dade Junior

While in Tallahassee Greer.I Chamber of Commerce.An For Friday NightThe I

was invited to the homes of active Jaycee for two .
of the First Pres. '
Acting Supreme Justice Glenn i years Gay is a past vice- A ij '
Church will
serve a
Terrell and Chief Justice B.j president of the Jaycees andis

.' ,. K. Roberts. He was honoredat I the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. fish supper Friday evening ,

a coffee at the home of j I A. Gay of Starke, formerly of{June 21, from 5-8 p. m. at the

Former Chief Justice Rivers[! Brooker. church. 20 Words or less, one time .95 Memorials, Resolutions Be per ws

Buford. He was also introduced -I Supper maybe eaten at the If not paid in advance 1.00
---- Cards of
church grounds taken home. Thanks up to 51 words !.II
to Gov. Farris Bryant by :i Sara Ann OsborneOn or Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00
Over 50
words ___
5c weed
,Tickets are $1 for adults and per
except for one most importcnt factor. State Sen. Charley Johns. i Each additional word over 20 .
ROACHES, the household! pest "most Green was accompanied to[! Dean's List 50 cents for children under 12 03 Display ads in Classified 140 p" .lac*

talked byi i i and may be purchased at the
: about. the swearing in ceremony j Sara Ann Osborne of Rai-!

she should have called for his wife, Sandra and his par-j j'I ford is cited on the dean's supper.The INSURANCE TAKING RESERVATIONSfor
Perhaps a ents Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. public Is Invited. Pro- AT REDUCED RATES BRAND NEW ADMIRAL

free estimate. .it wouldn't have hap- lIe is a member of the firm academic honors list at Flor- ceeds from the supper will go I, AUTO FIRE BOAT!; 1963-64 Kindergarten. Call freezer chest or upright for

pened. of Green. Green. and Green I j i,i ida Southern College for achieving -Ito the Building Fund of the : DOYLE E. CONNER 964-9374. MAMA PRIEST. : 10.00 down at Dahmers Dis-

of Starke. a "B" plus scholastic J I Church. 1 INSURANCE AGENCY I_ 6t hg6-27_ count House 8t<*hg 6-211<

it l itf3J i I average or better during the Tickets may be purchased Phone 964-4501 FOR SALE 100 ft. lots facing I I

l U1L! KlUIiT fOINT for tne i second semester. I :I ____tfchg_ Hiway 16, 4% miles from I FOR SALE-One acre horns
HlLbtib! way you write. Come in and I A sophomore she is the some' of the men of the ,. FOR SALE 3 bedroom all 1 Starke. J. B. White phone 964- I 1 I I sites adjacent to Southsidi
church, 'by the church
modern Read The High and Dry.
\ \ select your favorite ESTER- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. office I house, Gainesville. 1651. 4tp 620J. !
& or from the Telegraphi Screened 2500. an acre. Contact Billy
porch !
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE N. Osborne. garage. Closa B. Gaskins IF YOUR NAME IS
I ,
i office. I to college schools 15 minute! Jackson, Starke. tf hi.
II bus service. Call Gainesville FOR RENT Desirable 3 [FOUND AMONG THE
I I and bath I FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room.
376-7133 apartments.Also
Mrs. Fred ADS CALL
I, Christensen 'I 2 bedroom house for sale. 11 2 bath house. utility room
Health : Blvd. Gainesville. Newberry Easy monthly payments. W. I AT THE TELEGRAPH large corner lot, newly decorated -

0tp 6-27 H. Nollman. tfchs- OFFICE FOR A FREE inside. 210 E. Adkins St
I OFFICE EQUIPMENT Facts FOR RENT- Small two bed- I key'next door: trchg

SALE.I t I! room concrete block house. YOUR OLD WATCH Will TICKET TO THE FLORIDA
make the down payment '
Lake on a
and Pratt .J. .E. Hardy
I It's a-fact, ,that. when your !' block from school beautiful new Buova] at THEATRE.'i!

back hurts you hurt all over. ; month In $50.00 per Dahmers Discount House. I I II i! FOR SALE-Reasonable pric-
Countless thousands. have :, j Knight. Hollis V. 'I tfchi? NEW AND USED-Chain saws iI i i ed used Televisions. Ref rig-
tfchg. I i
.. --:-nr learned $50.00 erators Washers. Excellent
by experience that up. Repairs all makes
.. FOR SALE: Repossessed 2 BR | FOR SALE-8 room house 4 I Lawn II l. Condition. Bullington Appli-
-- --. proper adjustment and align- j mowers sales and
: ; --- bedrooms. 3 baths I serI I
Chai1. .- home wash house, 1 1
deep well 1 vice. ances. tfchg
ment acre ground: Your McCulloch Dealer .
of the back not
only j ,
r i:: I -1.\' Used in church auditoriur-. corrects the back ache I II j near Melrose. Will)! sell for I carport. 212 RedgraveSt. I Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv* |I

.. > : cafeterias c.nd: librori 5. but ;' j$2750 as is. or $3250. in A-I Phone 964-2201. tfchg N. East, Gainesville, Ha. 6- i
,-. makes them feel better all HASTINGS MATTRESS
: Heavy gauge strel( .trade to I I' condition. Terms. Mrs. G. B. II 3411. tfchg '
last a lifetime {Foam rubbsiifcct ; over. The reason for this double Mogg P. O. Bos 943 Wild- FOR RENT-2 bedroom nice- ,!& UPHOLSTERY WORKS

t' and bock. Sect szt benefit is accounted for by j wood, Fla. Phone 7485271.4t ly furnished house. with car- I i 719 Lemon St. ralatkl

\ ; 16V wide, 15" deep. the fact that proper alignment' chg 7-11 port and large utility room. I Electra-Tronics, Inc.I f r Furniture Repaired
N < For adults with infant
2660 $27'Cartonof2.$25.3Sea. or
No. an
\ \ """'
043, p 1 V ..s.o;.. of the spine not only removes I FOR SALE child. No pets. Inquire at 733 j Industrial Division Sales Servo ,,, Upholstered & Refinished

$/969ot \
t"J 1 .. permits internal organs to i i l frame house sun parlor .
: __ ., ... j, UPHOLSTERY COLORS. PEYTON FLORIST Switching auf Controls ( New: Innersprings
//t!: Available in Green, brown, function more effectively. electricity, plumbing, graded Welders and Tools Power
f; if. .t 1 I .: Tan, Flame, and! Gray finish."ECONOMY" Instead of looking for a new r road near pavement. Ideal for 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Conversion, Transformers. I and Box Springs

c,.:. I wonder drug to solve children. Three miles 0 f PHONE 964-4155 Service I Drop Us A Card or Call
yourS and Repairs to ADHt81
The"SECRETARIAL" U, i j U health problem; consult your tarke. school bus and daily PALATKA EA 5-9181
NIGHT Industrial
or 969-1022 Electrical[
Typewriter pedestal with elevator platform on 1 letter, 1 box drawer h ilJtis:: i1 Chiropractor and he will mail. A. J. Thomas. Realtor. Equipment I STARKE 984-3SJ4

tight (as illus.! ) or left. Specify preference. Center No.{ 431_",..$196. O 'tt p: jJ promptly locate and remove I We DISTINCTIVE Wire FLOWERS I 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. MEL PEGGY SIIALLEE,

drawer with lock and key. Linoleum covered topi t ti.f the cause of your ailment. Insurance Problems? Flowers Anywhere PHONE 872-1380 G'Vill'1 SUrke, Agent
60'.' 30'i". Mist Green, Desert Sand Sahara Three box drawers! < tfchB !
x Ha.4L'M":! 196.90 ( ft Chiropractic adjustments restore Call The Man From .
I Uchg.j,
Brown or Gray. Arm Choir \Yt\ :: t health after other methods "TRAVELERS" EXPERIENCED WAITRESS- !' I FOR SALE -2 br. concrete

BURNPROQF-STAINP303F TO" .. MM osaoWe! vilK Co'etex Top that oleo nor Designed areomlor.C Gives ..' ....r'r.. .t't _tfER. ;', fail., I George E. LaRue, ES. Apply in person at Garden ,' -- ,I block home In walking distance -

cannot stain nor can cigarettes! burn.............. ..... .Add! VCT" lo numb; $15.00 odd'! your office that nsw look :.-.i See your Chiropractor before Keystone Heights Agt. For Restaurant. tfchgADMIRAL WE DON'T I! of shopping area andFurnished

and stands up after years : .:. > ., c, your condition reaches its advanced Traveler Ins. ComplU M" I II Sell you we help buy ::': churches. or un
I you
"", .= -- of wear. Ruggedly constructed : 1 .....,... i.- \ stages. Tel. 473-4692 Day, COLOR TV nowjj I Good selection of furnished. QuIet. large lot. If
new anc ::
STIEL SLIDING DOOR CABINET f 'I Heavy gauge'0 $450 with trade at Dahmers trees. Call 9692845. tfchg
} (Adv.) 473-4325 Nites. I I used 8' and 10' wide Mo I _
and !it W-:' steel. Foam rubber seat I Discount House. tfchg J I
block aisles
No swtng'ng: doors to largo [ I Auto Fire Home Business' I bile Homes. I FOR RENT-Large 4 room
and back.Seat 163 wide, t \ '
r my. Heavy gauge: steel. Fivo adjustable comI n. 15''" deep."Naugahyde" ; f 1 \J I* TII@ Cirealt Court Of ,i Monthly Payment Plan FOR RENT4 room house.J!I LAKE GENEVA f furnished apartment. 331 Clark
I artmenh. 76" hkfc: 36" v.ide, 19V deep. t. P upholstery.' Won't scuff or .J la EiKhth And For Judicial Bradford Circuit ; Available Newly decorated inside. 2' TRAILER PARK I i I St. Mrs. D.. I,. Silcox. tfchg.
No.7636 $99.75 4" &M \\1" l'ollnty. In Cbaaeei blocks from school. Hot I I, KM MM M M
water [
....No. 2661 $39.95 ? I ]1 mi. SE of Reyitone
Same 01 abet but with lock and key. lL.HQ. RICHARD P. heater heater .
XORTOX.Plaintiff 1* { space gag
.7636l$.03.00 If ;,. .Q vs. ; 'i range furnishei.: 381 W. wel- !i on Route 100 I;Johnson & Evinrude
: LUCILLE NORTON. I i DECORATED fum- : don St. Thomas E. Lewis, 964- : tfchj ,;
.- Defendant I shed apartments. One and 0354, or 1116 W. Pratt St. I II P S I! Motors with Boats
The'MERCHA fifeCont.J' DroRcENOTICU two bedrooms. Reasonable. I
DECORATOR '* 2tchg 6-20 FOR SALE
colons... two fur; ILpa"-- I Lights and water furnished..I Ready mix ,
TO: Lucille Norton residence concrete, concrete
Contact 431 BEDFORD LAKE and Trailers
Miit Gieen, sion'tv! files; a doub't: : and address unknownYou Center St. or block<< house piers, sand, ce- !
Odvt Gretn, draws- for 3x3 or 4xi are hereby notified thata t phone' 964-7191 or 964-6551. Beautiful lakefront lot 100 ft:> gent, mortar mix
rock eteel.ey I
Desert Sardor 1 cards '3200 -opacity). Twc complaint for divorce has.i tfchg by 450 ft., two houses. priced ter COMPLETE READY
been limerock
filed against and roo!
$ale Cray.BOOKCASE ; -- adjustable under storage lock co end you are required to serve aj,! FOR RENT- Two bed room right for cash. A. J. Thomas'j gravel, Bntels. BRADFORD FOR THE WATER
: partments copy of your Answer or plead- > ;masonry house in Starke. $50. Realtor. ENGR.
key a steel safety vault mgr to the Complaint on the I* CO. Phone 964-2521

\II'.1 SECTIONS \' F doubly! protected by Dial plaintiff's attorney. George H. ) Realtor.per month. A. J. Thomas FOR SALE- 5 acres, more or'''j Starke. tfchg Big Savings ...
: Lock plus, ojter doer Pierce P. O. Drawer 10:0., 'I
,: : .' \r- an Stark-. Florida, and file the1' less of land 2 miles North of
Designed for may uses. Keeps supplies, catalogs! ,y.under lock and 30'i" FOR RENT
key. -Small ,
furnished GuaranteedUSED
original Answer or pleading in| Keystone. See :Mrs. J. D. FOR SALE7 piece Dinette
RTK ? .,;L1 I or'd printed matter neat ana orderly. 30i"! w, wide, 32" high 17" deep. the I
office of the Clerk of the| apartment $50 per moo Utilities Mathews. 409 N. Orange St., ;: set. Excellent condition'$35.00.Phone .
37H" h. 17" d. Four edjystabU compartments.iShelf -
3L No. 1370$63.50 Circuit Court on or before the; furnished. M. R. MOTORS
jtze: 30V 16"). .........No. 349S $39.50 :2th: day of June 196S. If yon Judd I Starke, Fla. ltp 9644553. Itp
tV *"" ..__ phone 964-5951,127 Lafayette
V -jtfrt As above but 23" h,2 203 $34.10 With plunger lock that locks oil! drowers..No. 1370PL$71.03 fail to so do a Decree Pro WITH GUARANTEE
\ ._ compartments.
._; Confesso will be taken against | i St. 2tchg 6-27 I j I FOR SALE-2 year old registered FOR SALE A-100 Interna-
you .for the relief demanded in II I I
Appaloosa stallion. tional
the Complaint. COINS BOUGHT Tractor with equip- BANK FINANCING _
Done and ordered at Starke EXCHANGEDI Best Kansas blood lines. Leopard ment. Wade Gaskins, Rt. 2

Flotida this 1th day of June. A. I excellent disposition. $1- Box 93, Starke. Phone 964- i HARTMANN'S
Coles j I D. 1SS3. Pay current market value
possible. The Risings
( 1513.
1 STEEL SHELVING Charles .\. .Darby for old coins: Indian Head .I Itchg -
'Rt. 1 Box 499. Melrose
Clerk Circuit Court
Shelves are adjustable on 2" centers, can Bradford County Florida Pennies, Gold Coins, Com- I. or call GR 5-5170. 3tchg 7-4 DRESSES All new Ladles ,838 N. Temple Ave.

bs ,raised or lowered, or more shelves By Janet N. Carter memoratives. Medals, Tokens, I and Junior Misses. $2.98. Gar I

I added. Easily assembled. Olive Greet cr Deputy Clerk Foreign Coins. Jo WOdt den hose, 50 foot 99c. Radio tfchg
Gray. The "four-way reinforcement" gives S Denver R. DevrickD and TV tubes 25 '
George H. Pierce Attorney for per cent discount -
-----iit: :r-T:4 them greater strength. The open shelving Plaintiff & W Auto Supply FOR RENT2 bedroom furnished and free checking. Interior FOR RENT 3 rooms and

_ _ : units Include fsjr.: / steel gusset plates {for 6/6 4t 6/27 I 416 E Brownlee St. apartment. Call 509 Latex Paint. $2.69 per bath furnished house. Newly

Iir u extra rigdity. !* The. co'-.z@::;;: '. Court I Uehe.WHY Center St. Mrs. Golda Martin.tfchg gallon. Mary Carter Paints.! decorated. Phone 9642261.tfch

I SHELVING UNITS CLOUD .SIX Ot Hraurord County, Florida j PAY RENT? Own your 321 N. Temple Ave 2tchg 6-20 *

______________ (As shown at right) COI'1 men!Ot.&n UNIT ONE THPEE lMITS: UNITS AciditlCft1l1Nq. IX!a RE Probate-: Estate of own Mobile Home. As low as FOR RENT Nicely furnish. BOYWhite or colored want- C. R. Scoggina-,-

Wi4th )H.ght: Depth Eod Unit rPIce per wnifSI --'\ Sbel"'&$ HENRY O'HARA, $395.00 down. Use your car, ed 2 bedroom house near ed for general yard work. 10th 2 HOMES furnished on 2.
: Deceased. boat, or furniture for down school 612 Lake St. Mrs. A. K acres. 2 miles North
;__:11-4 8712 _36" 87- ii- $46.95 $46JO $46.25Five $395eo. NOTICE OK FILING PETITION grade student or above. Must 301
1 8718 _.3i* 87'" is" 53.90 53.40 53.09 495eo. FOR FIVJtL DISCHARGE OF I payment. TRAILER MART' F. Saul, 633 McMahone St. furnish transportation and from city. 10 pecan trees, 2

8724 _.36 ;Z" 24" Five 69.23 68.65 68.25 5.95 *o. .UJn ISTRATRIX I INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468, phone 964-5744. tfchg lunch. Apply between 5 and 6p.m. wella. Call 864-2571 or contact

9X8 ....:...30'i": *r! 9:" Four 33.03 32.75 31 JO 375 ea. Notice Is hereby given that 1 East Palatka, EA 8-1050. tfchg 1031 W. L. C. Brown. $5,500 for all or
___. ._.;.-.4 207 _.30! 26" 17" Two 30.60 30.SS 30.25 I have filed my final returns 1 SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE Madison St2tcbg sell separately with
,__ as .Administratrix of the estat FOR TRADE3 bedroom 6-20 easy
Illustrated ebevi 4325 _,...30" 401!"26V Hires 54.43 53.90 53.35 7.65 ea. of Henry O'Hara. deceased: home modern for smalle Doyle Conner Farm' North terms. 2tp 6-27

THREE No.7512 units left that I hare filed my petition I US. 301. tfchg. BE SURE TO SEE
SHELVING UNITS-OPEN (As shown at ) for distribution and for final i house in or near Starke. Call I World Book WANTED Housekeeper for

58025 7512 _36" 75" 12" Fivi $27.00 $26.75 $26.25 $3.95 so. discharge. and that on July 5th i, Gainesville 376-7133 or write FOR SALE- 32 acres mod- before buying any other En elderly couple. 72.00 per

7518 _..36" 75" 18" Fi\. 30.95 33.70 30.20 4.95 .3. 19 S3, I will apply to the Honorable ': Mrs. Fred Christensen, 2510 em 7 room. 2 bath furnished cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your month room and board. '
7524 .36" 75" 24" Fi\1 37.55 37.35 36.75 5.95140 Theron ..'. Yawn: County I j local representative since 1956.p. .
Newberry Blvd. Gainesville
I Judge of Bradford County. home barn creek. Only $10- Mrs. E. L. BIrt, Waldo 468-
Florida for approval of said i 2tp 6-20? 000. Part down Large lot in O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794.: 1753. Itp
final returns and for an order of i tfch
distribution and for final discharge FOR RENT OR SALE- One town-126 ft. frontage 2300. ; FOR SALE 16 Mallard

Bradford County TelegraphPRINTING as administratrix of the I 3 bedroom house. 100'by74'. $500 down. 3 1-8 A cement WANTED'Small fence posts ducks. 7 .drakes and 9 hen:
estate of Henry O'Hara deceased. -:Newly built. Will sell one block nome, close in only
and poles. Top price paid. Call]I t. $1.50 ea. 7 miles from Lawtay

L. .... This 4th day-of June. 13m I, house on 50' by 174 lot. Com-: 14000. Terms. STROUT for information, Dubois Fence L on Rdir-125, Joseph E. Norman

AND OFFICE SUPPLIES / / Fannie Elizabeth O'Hara !pletely furnished. See Sam REALTY, US 301 So. Starke. Co. 752-0108. Night phone,I[I Rtn Box 128. Phone 782-

Administratrix i i Rosenberg 2tchg 6-20 Phone 468-1766, Waldo. Itchs; 752-5143. i 3412.
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c ;' i*' ;; ,I II i was 1420 pounds; 19611767and I Methodist Church be Each writing claim and or demand must state must
I ;, : I 1962-1801. This is the the place or residence and post-
7! county average. We had a low; I Thursday June 20-Chancel office address of the Claimantand
,! must be sworn to by the
; WITH couNrvincEnrr of 500 to 600 pounds per acre I Choir Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. (claimant his agent, or his at.
.rtA' r t and a high of near 3,000. Hart-Crawford Wedding Rehearsal -I torney. or it will become void
:I according to law.

Water In The ChlorineA j I YOUR ::. r. I Im f pounds.with yields!Flue-cured like the last tobacco three I Friday. ,7:30 June pjn.21 Hart- May 21th.OKIE 1963.A. WIGGINS, ,
.. Orie A. Wiggins, Administrator -
P. O. Box 313 I ---- .. -- years will net the county Crawford Wedding, 8 pjn.
%' of the Estate of I*
Starke resident was heard to remark City Council for two years has promisedfor Keystone Heights Fla. well above 225000. The 1961.I Saturday. June 22 Cub G. Hemingway, deceased
j' ,lk sale price was 236190. The Scout picnic at Camp Montgomery THOMAS & PIERCE \
somewhat sarcastically this week over two years to do something June 15, 1963 Attorneys at Law
that he hoped the city's new well won'tchange about the much maligned "foul taste"of i Mr. Editor: $< 1962 was exceeded 243644. This income 1:30 p.m. Starke.203-205: ; North Florida Temple Ave r
k & strawberry returns Sunday:! June 23Church
the taste of the water too much the water, and according to a report I Starke is indeed fortunate ; until 1962 when the School for all ages 9:45 ajn 1963.First publication May 30,

"since I've developed a taste for it." from city engineers at a recent council in having two hospitals and a strawberry income amounted : Morning Worship [nursery 5-30 it 6-:0!

Well you can get used to most meeting we'll have good water late this fair quota of doctors as there to nearly $300.000 and the : provided 11 a.m. Snack sup ,

everything we suppose, even the wat- summer. are so many cities and townsin 1963 jumped to over $400,000. : per for MYF. 6:30: p.m. Youth I II I
ery taste in the chlorine coming from The faces of five councilmen and Florida that don't even The use of tobacco draws :. Meetings 7 p.m. Evening Wor-

the city's water system. Over the past one mayor were creased with smilesat have a doctor. I found it urgently heavy criticism from certain i ship [nursery provided], 8 p.
two years we've cussed and discussedthe the report that the city's new well necessary that I enter T4 By I groups of people. The U. 3. i

way the water smells and tastes, and two aerators would soon be in ac Doctors Hospital in your city George Government however collected m.Wednesday, June 26Prayer -I IrI
mid-May for what turned out t HugginsCalvin 230317.72 in tobacco tax- meeting and Bible Study, '
how good the water used to be, \\hatwe'd tion. It's a thing we're sure will be.
to be major surgery. Thanksto es every: hour day and night I 7:30: p.m. I
give for a taste of "good, clear, welcomed by all.
the Almighty and the skill last year. I ,
spring water," and then wondered if To be honest about it though, wehadn't of Doctor Houpt and his well I I IAi Tobacco has been grown 1 IV COl'NTV JUDGE'S COURT.IV J

Starke woukl ever again be blessed given the water a thought re- trained staff I am still among continuously since the festi- AM) FOR BRADFORD

with water that tastes like water cently. Well, guess you CAN get usedto those present.I a ts val at Jamestown 350 years COl'.NTY re: Estate, FLORIDA.In of ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION

should. most anything. of ago. L. G. Hemingway, deceased.NOTICE .
was_the sole occupant Command Gravely Power
All these things ran through our Folks, we've got just a few more a room.,overlooking U.S. 301 creditors TO of CREDITORSAll the estate of

minds Tuesday, the thoughts kicked weeks to enjoy that "rotten egg" odor.Let's and it is a real busy highwayas Soil Conservation L. G. Hemingway, deceased, are Terry's Saw Shop
off by our good friend's remark. Thenit enjoy it while it lasts, since we've i everyone knows. For want file hereby any notified claims and or required demands to

also came to mind that the Starke cultivated a taste for it. of something to do I countedcars N-E-W-S which they may have against No. 2
for said estate in the office of the
and trucks going
county judge of Bradford County 2023 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
I Summer School At Bradford High? I different 15 minute periods .. By Bill Baal Starke, Florida Florida in the within courthouse six cal- Gainesville Phone: 372.3588
They averaged one every
Soil Conservation Service endar months from the date of
Stalking through the empty. halls education. Except for the three areas I eight seconds. the first publication of this no- I

of dear old BHS recently we were reminded under the Adult Education this sum- There was. one thing that I Soil and capability maps on '

that they will be virtually mer, however, few academic courses annoyed me, however and I! aerial photographys for W. H. Nollman were prepared C- I i
for the next two months. will be offered and those that was the senseless blow-
empty only throughthe L- Cooper Ana Jenson, Char i
The next thought that occurred to effort of individual teachers.The ing sign of"Doctors auto horns Hospital"despite on the the : les Mosley J. T. Smith and I

us was that many students this sum- answer to no summer schoolat front of the building. There sT Charles P. Sapp Sr. These I 4

mer will be involved in a Bradford BHS is the same old one of "No was also a sunken spot in the maps will be used to developa I I

High School summer program of swimming money." But it seems to us that some road that when trucks hit it complete soil and water conservation 0 I'

shop, and band. Upon investi- effort could be made on a state or coun- jarred the daylights out of r fitf farm plan from. I
gating this trend of thought furtherwe ty level to put to use the facilitiesand r s A. J. Faulkner made a request -,

also found that this summer over educators that are already avail- you.It seems to me either the h q X"a for a soil conservation |

100 students will be involved in Eng- able. The buildings and books are there City or the State could place '.s plan. While looking over his

lish, history, and typing through the and some teachers would probably signs north and south of the pastures and discussing SOil :, NEW
Adult Education Program being of- welcome the additional income if the Hospital stating "Hospital" or j I and Faulkner water remarked conservation"over ':: == 1963ROOM

fered and that one science class and opportunity to teach summer school, "Quiet Zone" to let drivers ':
grazing is one of the worst 'a..
home economics are being offered say half a day, were available.It know they were approachinga things you can do to your pasture : 1 -4II1
through the summer program. would seem that the idea of hospital. This is a sugges- ." It not only hurts your

\Ve also learned that just 20 percent teaching academic subjects for creditin .. tion that merits consideration. grass but it damages your soil. ;,i
I believe. Thanking youI a
of the summer by State summer school has sufficient meritto 4
program am with kind regards. A farm plan helps make decisions -,
Department of Education rules, can be mentioned especially since buildings 2w 4 in your farming. When ,
go toward the teaching of academic textbooks, and trained educators Sincerely.H.. J. Lattin 4 14 { s a a decision is made as to how MODEL RD101BSUPERLINfc
subjects in summer school. It also would be available. Student interest ? 4 f'R each part of the farm is to :

came to our attention that local educa- does not seem to be lacking either, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN be used conservation measures:, AIR

tion officials: look forward to "someday" with over 100 students enrolled in Eng- CHURCH -.Nt. .'i'..'.'.... z 1' er :r> '_", ..;; are planned to keep each acre ,
going to a 12 months school lish, history, and typing. II. Walton Grady: Minister 1 protected and productive. j jI i iI I I ONEh
Ward a yields will not result I After all details of the plan II i
With few thousand dollars
just a Giant 22,500 BTU/Hr Cooling Capacity-and
year.But in the meantime our childrengo and some air-conditioners made avail- Week of.: June 23-29, 1963. the Bayless Highway good: quality as will av I have been decided, farmer decisions -
Sunday: Sunday school 9:45: munity for more yields. The average are recorded in every- so QUIET, it sets a new low noise standard!
on losing three months each able, BHS students could just as easily
year 11 ,
a.m. morning worship a.m.
years, takes pride in :, Bradford County last day language by the conserva-
they could be using to catch up on need- report to school in the summer with Junior Choir practice 6 pm., \\ith
nual crop of flue-cured \ was 1801 pounds tionist. This is the conserva- Actually as quiet ;as many units one-third less capac
ed credits or to forge ahead in their books as well as bathing suits. I IH evening worship 7:30 p.m. co. This field is an tion farm plan for treatment ity-yet gives you the super-cooling rower you need for

Monday -. Calendar Com- the four and one-half tobacco, for a and use of the land. It is a a cooling of your entire house! ; !

_,_ .., .... mittee meeting ,7:30 p.m. 11 planted this year to of years produced the blueprint for farming opera- O thermostat.
n pole fishing.. That of the
I cane saying Tuesday Women .
en cure variety. income for the tions for several :years.L.
Farmer's j about the best things in church executive board 9:30: Since this picture It has fallen second J. Kite used the Dis- Provides outside ventilation,with or without (O thg.;
DiaryBy I Push-button controls washable air filler.
''life are free is about to dis : a.m., Women of the church bacco. has been topped only during trict's seed cultipacker to ;
general meeting.' 7:30 p. m.. process of breaking two seasons. plant his land to bahia pastures !5t THIS IS A FACSIMILE CF THE NEMA SEAL.The
I appear. t Meeting of Suwanne Presby- actual'seal' affixed to General Electric I Room Air Condilton-
practices have cul : -
Sam McGarvey i flower: heads. so. that. By using! seeder = crysignifiesthiiUTUiHrwatuandampere raingtarecrr.
tery. 9 a.m.Wednesday. the tobacco picture. tipacker plant and pack
quality.'h you f{ y rifieduanutrytheN.aionalOearicaIj1andfaciurers'Atm.1
leaves develop
About only things left that Men: of the
argued that because the melon practices have included in one operation. !
floated in the water, that its I arent taxed are birth and church and Family Night Supper ture. Flowering tops as use of local grown J. M. Dyer, George Alvarez .
entire weight would not bei j death. We hesitate to men-I 6:30 pm.Thursday can rob 150 pounds of change of fertilizer and Leslie Whitehead used the 6. E. AIR' CONDITIONERSPRICED
these for the Legis- Senior choir .
tion two.
added.In from an acre of use of recommended District's roto mower to con-
lature is still looking for new practice 7:30: p.m. Mr. Ward spend most ani better cultural trol the weeds in their pasture.

telling about it, Harold tax sources and we don't i time in his tobaccp. Roy Clemons used the Dis-
posed the same problem but! want to give. them. .any ideas., FIRST CHRISTIAN time it is set in' :March in 1950 the tobacco trict's fertilizer distributor to $$14"95

-- i with a live fish this time. He j CHURCH is sold in late July. acre was ranging a- fertilize his Pensacola Bahh FROMBllhIington

Had wonderful toma- said he's going to try it and i Cane pole fishermen go out Bob L. Badrett Minister lieves that this is 900 pounds. Then 1954 pasture. He also used the ;
some let us know. to get something to eat. Now Sunday: School 9:45 a. m. spent in that he I an increase up to a grain drill to plant his cover I,
this week real
toes ripe they can use a pole a piece of produces a yield of average of 1259 pounds crop.
Church Worship 10:45: a. m. I!
off the vines.There's .
ones right and hook and When weather .
string a penny 2,000 pounds per acre. con- '
a good of them Saw a little box turtle smackin Chi Rho. 5:30 p. m. Choirm. Appliances
crop go catch a mess of brim. If not the. highest yields have been favorable Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at':'
: the middle of a. nearby Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.
in this section Joe and Dave
the change comes they county but Mr. Wards acre yield has increas- Bradford j
Shuford picked 17 fine ones hardtop road this week and Dl. Wedre8dtt. County Telegraph I
have to buy 1$3 license andit I. right at the top in The 1960 yield
off only two vines. what was the little rascal do-
will be a shame. -
ing but crawling along parallel &. & -
I -

Then Winnie Shuford gave It the puzzled center us at double-first. Melons and: pepper both
us some and said the way this and
to make them keep is to but then we came to a big; cheap again again year vowing: mileage

wrap 'em in foil and put. sign Cross Center which Line.said: Do not I Never growers again are! Farming is a r tread. Om ore t, i

them in the refrigerator. sure enough gamble and the wider $ .
Somehow or other we don'thave trouble is the thing is loaded; f t
At the rate the rascal was
trouble keeping 'em-it's
it's a set-up of Heads I win;

getting 'em.. some going it time must to have get to taken the him end I Tails You Lose! PlYCRON

Sam is now Chief Cook and of the double-stripe but as avery I i iI. :i ATLAS

Bottlewasher and he thought conscientious, law-abid- ; NEW
that heating up frozen pot ing little turtle he should get Fun For All
and a. pat on the back [or shelL] ;
pies would be a quick I
easy way of getting a meal. SCOTCHDOUBLES
He burned the first one, and Lot of tobacco growers are I I r rr Ja y
the second one turned out to buying the tobacco tying ma- I

be raw, so he's looking for chines. In addition to saving. I I
other ideas now. time and money, there is another I

I advantage: the machineis I
always there ready for: a
he's had I
The only company I I
since Alice left last week wasa i work and a !grower doesnti ;, {
black snake which crawledup j i i have to get out early and fetch;: \

the window sill and the help. i
on 1 I
stared in through the picture
window. Didn't invite him in. I That old demon sun is almost -; \

as although we have gottento II I directly overhead now I
the point where we can and hotter than the hinges of' EVERY II I
stand black snakes we're not 1 you know where. If you're out i II

ready to get buddy-buddy. tractoring these days and''THURS. MITE I
': smell something cooking don't I I

A group at the Surplus be alarmed. It's only you. 964-6261 ,,
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Warehouse got into a big debate -j -
this week. Harold Eunice ; Over in Alachua County For Information

started it by asking if a man they've considering turningover
of water on a three lakes Orange, : i !
scale put a and tubful weighed it, whether Lochloosa and Newmans to Starke LanesAMUSEMENT NOW IS THETIME TO TRADE more control More rubber on the road tributes year, delivering up to 25% mere mile

putting a watermelon in the the Game Commission as i gives you up to 20% greater skid-resistance than age. .. gives you a longer return for your money.

water would increase the management areas. Troubleis ordinary treads.. better steering, quicker stops. .
weight shown previously by if the deal goes through, CENTER twin based
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..., ,\ ,.,,,,., ,.,."'I Paul Estes Mrs. Horace Dyal,: prizes won by Mrs. E. L.I| day, and both Gardent Rest- and Mrs. Emory Prevatt and :""YY""YYYYYYTY9YYTYYY1 ing '.Crosby Sunday M.: Thomas.Mr. .

and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. Brown and Mrs. M. M. Mat- aurant and Lawtey teams top- children of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Joan Osteen and child- Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Flakes and Mrs G Bowers' of

: HAMPTON I Working in the Junior depart-i chett. Refreshments of cake i ped Hampton by an official :Mrs. Joel Smith and familyof Bayless ffiway ren of Jacksonville were weekend and Mrs. Oggie Harwood of Jacksonville1 spent last week-

ment are Mrs. Milton Mosher I and punch were served to the i 25-0, Thursday and Friday': Jacksonville and Mr. and ,, I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville spent the week- end as guests of Mr. and Mrs

i Mrs. Dorothy Sparkman and 25 present after opening of since the gam is called at' Mrs. Calvin Richard and Edward Norman and Mr. and : end with Mr. and Mrs. C. C: I I Raymond Crosby.

Ky Mrs. D. E. IIU1AAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Mrs. Charles. Hicks; Intermediates the gifts. The lace-covered refreshment this score. : children of Ocala. |j By Sirs. O. E. Crosby4LAAAAALAALLAAAAA&AAAA airs. Gordon Jones. Crosby. Sunday guests of the I Congratulations to Miss

;I Mrs. Don Hill and David table was decorated This week's games are I Mrs. Emory Sparkman of i 1 Mr. and Mrs. Thurman' Crosbys were Mr. and Mrs. I Janice! onner who graduated

VR<5 Thru Next Week; I Allen. Rev. Paul L. Estes pastor with arrangements of baby Thursday Garden Restaurant I Jacksonville spent Sunday I Church News: Jones of Oklawaha were: Otis Crawford and Miss Ruth :I from St. Johns Junior College

Commencement Thursday is serving as principal of roses in pink and white. at Brooker 8 pjnNo game I here with her brother and,1 Our Vacation Bible School ,| guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Arnett of Jacksonville and Mr. I I II I II I last week. She has accepted a.
Hostesses for the occasion' sister-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. 1 position at the Florida Bank
scheduled Friday, and Tues- f '
Eighty attended the first the school.Re | Jones on Sunday. I.i and Mrs. Bobby Crosby and' I
.:jy of Vacation Bible School i I \ivai ContinuesAt were Mrs. Frank Wolf red, i II I day next week June 25.1 David Brown. i began Monday. We got off toa : Mrs. Mamie Dyal of Hamp- i' baby of Gainesville. in Starke.
start. We 'I.
good have
at Hampton Baptist Church' Christian Church Mrs. Lester McCullough, :Mrs. i Hampton. Lawtey at Brook I Mrs. J. W. Home returned], very. ,, ton spent Monday night with I, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Morris'

Monday morning : the two- : Revival services at Hampton Lucille Vickery. Mrs. V. J. erat8pin. to Alachua General Hospital,; 61 children enrolled. Com :. her son and daughter-in-law. I BAPTIST CHURCH
as I returned to their home in. I
I in Gainesville Monday for fur- I i IIEILBRONN
mencement will be
Personals ,
and Mrs. Milton Mosher. -
v\:i'''k session began. Fifty-two Christian Church continue j Slade Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal. Lit-
ther treatment.Mr. at 7:45. All Houston Texas last week after -
i parents of
I Bertha
to-k : I Mrs. Stuckey ofj I !| tie Joan Dyal spent part of i iI ''
part in the parade and : through Friday evening this spending month vacation'dith Sunday School 10 a m \
and Mrs. Enos Skinnerof I a
_ Bridal Shower Honors Jacksonville spent last week- the children and' friends are
I Ii week with her grandmo-
istration Friday afternoon I! week, at 8 p.m. at the church. ; Cocoa viyited last week i Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward Morning Worship 11 a mTraining )
with her Mrs. invited attend. i ;
Miss Barbara Johns end here sister to 1 ther1 .
(ia.t week, in preparation fort ministers for the two I II I I 7
i Visiting i with her mother Mrs. Mamie and daughter Joyce. While Union. pm Eve-
Miss Barbara Johns daughter Alma Dyal. Sunday: visitors Personals 1 I j I t
.le school. I remaining services tonight |! i Mead. They were enroute Mr. and Mrs. William Mor- I here they visited friends in I ning Wprship, 8 pm Pra'er.Ieeting
of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Rev. and Mrs. L P. Ra- Misses Debbie and Harriet T '
continue at the > gan of Litha and Mrs. Elulee
i [ ] is Jerry Smith of vacation trip to 7 30
Thursday home from a : Jacksonville and Crescent Ga. :\ Wednesdays : pjn.
c mrch each morning from Daytona Beach and Friday!! Johns was guest of honor at I I fuse of Lawtey. the mountains.Mrs. I I Faulkner are spending this Jones of Plant City were visit- : Rev. Charles Harvey pastor.
:8 L3O to 11:30 I a bridal shower at Theressa 'Visiting here this week with i ij week Jacksonville Mrs. Dorothy Egger and .
: a.m. Monday i Click of Jack- I I I | with ing Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- *-.**
evening Jimmy II Frank Clark of Hampton -j children '
: this community house Saturday I the Jeff Bakers is Mrs. Ba- of Jacksonville were!
"vough Friday week and I j their grandmother Mrs. Hicks.
: sonville. I II Lake has hostesses for tha | man Thursday. CHURCH OF GOD
i xt, with the last day June evening June 15. ,!; ker's father, Ben Shealy of i i'Tallapoosa Mr. and Mrs. Marrin Hunt guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. "
invitation is extended : WMU at Clair
I An : Hampton Baptist i Lamar Norman of Oklawa- : Norman 422 N. St. St.
.:3. Commencement I For the occasion, bouquets'' Ga., and her sis- i 1 recently. j
program i to all in the community to i their regular meeting Tues- of Chattanooga, Tenn. were ha is spending this week with i
<"U1 be held at the church ; attend these services. i' of flowers decorated the man- ,1 ter-in-law, Mrs. Mary Frances'' day evening last week, June recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. his grandparents. Mr. and :. Little Peggy Crosby spent. Sunday School. 10 am,
Thursday evening next week, tlepiece and the refreshmenttable. Shealy and sons of Austell' 11. : Edward Norman. a few days in Jacksonville I Morning Worship. 11 a. m
Mrs. Charles Williamson Mrs. Edward Norman. '
J-me 27 at 7:30: p.m. Game prizes were won Ga. Last weekend Mr. Ba- i i i with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broad- : Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Y-
Honored at Stork Shower I The program. "College of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chitty 1 Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Crosby '
Workers in the VBS are I by Alma Hinson and Betty ker's brother and sister-in- well last week I PE each Wednesday. 7:30 p.
Williamsonwas i and baby of Bunnell
Mrs Charles Missionary Knowledge. was were and children of Jacksonville
Nursery Mrs. Franklin 0- Blair. After opening of the law. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Baker i' :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thomasof m. Prayer Meeting Friday
'Steen; three-year nursery guest of honor at a stork gifts refreshments of punch I and his mother :Mrs. Bes- ,i j presented by Mrs. Charles weekend guests of her parents. : were dinner guests of his parents Clearwater spent last week- 7:30 p.m. L. S. Williams,
town hall j Hicks with "diplomas" awarded I Mr. and Mrs. Williard Brown- ,
shower at Hampton i Rev. and Mrs.
Mrs Lester Slade and Mrs. C. Thursday evening last and cake were served by the I I sie Baker, of Tallapoosa, were' to all present at the I C. A. end with his mother. Mrs. E. pastor. .
w. Slade; beginners Mrs. I! hostesses ladies of Hope Bap- : here for the weekend, and Jeffrey end of the Refresh- I ----T
tawton Youngblood and Mrs. week. June 13. I program. I ::.
; tist Church. and Boyd Baker returned i
'I'II drinks and|
ments of cold
I &....eoe.OeO.S.O.S.oe-O.Sta.1eV4 L. Birt; primaries, Mrs.__Games-u were _played_with I The wedding of Miss Johns I I home with them Sunday for snacks were served by the I

and Wayne Hinson is to be I a visit. | hostess. i' AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I 1

OUR FAITH l' held at Hope Baptist Church I Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown I j: Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson -! ;

1. We believe there In but one 11I I ing and true God. ... Friday evening next week and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt, work- and Mr. and Mrs. Gene I ._

!InNtlllg', of Infinite power wiitdoin, and oodn.."">.; :Maker .n-I June 28.Softball. ers in the Hampton Elemen- Failing of Starke drove to I :-- -

Presence of all thing, both visible and InilMble. And in Team Still tary School cafeteria are attending 1 Daytona Beach Sunday for aj! -
nuily of thin .odhead, there are three Pernon of one *ubutiinrc I I
Of rlrrunl IIt' equal In h..HMc*", justice 'wUdom. I Low on the Totem Pole a f 0 0-handler's i I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Don- ': AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL FURNITURE MUSIC SUPPLIES

I power and dfj .ltyt the Father, the 'on. und the Holy GnokLj | Hampton's softball team re- school in Gainesville this' aid McMahone and family. i| I
j ::. A\e beiieie that (lie !bun! who U the Word of the }Father entered LINCOLN MERCURY
week. The two-week Mrs. Lamar Brown Learn Home Beautiful
5 the tery and eternal God. of one subMance with the }Father i I mains on the bottom of the I course Complete Beauty Culture I Gridley Music
I took mair nature III the womb ..f the 1.1".011ro1ln.. ; so that stack in the men's softball began Monday. Alachua Geneial Hospital mi I jCOMET FIAT METCOR. Girls Women :Men I
tww whole and erfet nature, that i.. to ..a>, the Godhead and league with three more losses' Father's Day visitors at the{i Gainesville Sunday;! to undergo -! Tution Budgeted Furniture Co. Co, Inc.
manhood, were joined together In one person! neier j } : Authorized Sales-Service-
diilded whereof N one Chrint. pry God and perfect man, who racked up last week. The In- J. G Adkins' included Mr.!, surgery on Monday this; FREE PLACEMENT COMI'LETEDECORATING

nrtual11 111I((l'I'l'd011 rrurificU, UrnJ and burled, to reconcile j ,, dependents defeated the local j' and Mrs. Adkins' three daughters : week.Mrs. : Parts Special' Brush-Up Courses SERVICE CENTRAL jORIDA'S

\I the actual Fatkrr gnllt,to but us also and for to make original atonement aln. not only for our team 16-3 at Brooker on Tues- :, and their families: Mr. I Lonnie Melton returned 1 Trained lechaniC5-Good Vast Selection Complete Music Slor

I 1 "'.. beiieie that thrill did truly riac again; from the -- --- ----I II i home early this week after 1 Central Hairstyling; Of Nationally Pianos by Baldnln. Storey A
I dead and look again IIin body, with all thinick appertaining to several days in Doctor's Hos- | Used Cars Known Brand Names Clark Henry L. JlillwFischek -
the perfeetlonit of ,man' nature, and onded Into heaven and COOLING COOLING College
: nrr pital in Starke. | Barkley Motors GUARANTEED PRICES
I there bilteth until lie kball return to Judge aU men at the last : .
day. Mrs. Ruth Mills of Fallen i Assurance of Satisfaction Organs by BaJcluin Conn

| 4. \\f helleie.... Holy GboMt proreedins from the Father I IURL COOLING COOLING Nevada spent several days 615 N. Main Gainesville 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville CONVENIENT TERMS Gibson & Gretch Guitars.tmnpllhiers
I and the Son IN of one aubainnic. majenty and glory, with the j '
here last week with her son- FREE PARKING .
Father and the Son, cry and eternal God. |
I 5. \\e beiieie that .t.rnaIUII' with God In hen ten IN a por-[ : COOLING COOLING COOLING in-law and daughter. Mr. and 1703 N. Main St. Gainesville 1004 N. :Main

Him of the reward of the .finally. righteous and that eirrla>tlnKJ I Mrs. D. E. Hill and family B 8 G Motors Co.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE. Gainesville: Shopping Center
the of the Lord and unending -
I bnniibutent from pre en(e
of the wlt-ked. Malt. 25-40JI Overnight visitors at the Hills' BUILDING MATERIALS GARDEN SUPPLIES
In hell the "aea pernivtently
la...),,, IhITi Hf21 i7, S.) j- : COOLING COOLING COOLING Wednesday last week were Mr. J I New and UsedPIANOS
6. \\e beiieie that Jenus lariat abed Ilia Mood for thertnaiiaaion Johnson & Paris Inc.
I and Mrs. Gene Clouse of Bra-I ,
of allaN! that are paotl and for the regeneration, of j ; }-HILLMAN Ridgway Roof (
penitent hlnner, and for fcaliatlou from niu and from binning COOLING COOLING 1 COOLING denton. i Complete Line of iUITtRSURUMSSIIErI

i (Horn. 3. !..,| I Jnu. 3..>.10. iih. 281-10.) | I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harding Sales and Service SEEDSPLtNTSFERTILIZERS- MUSIC
I 7. \\e beiieie. leach and firmly maintain the Nrriptural I Truss Co. Term.
{ doctrine of jiiatlfirnllou by faith alone (lion :Sit.) COOLING COOLING COOLING of Jacksonville were Sunday' 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 '
8. \Ve bcIlee thai JrMi CbrUt .hed III* blood for the| I visitors at the home of Mr. IIIocticirlt'l8-tet: Supplies '
PRONE Wood Irusses. & Lillia Music Store
I plete olpanklnir of the juntlfled belleer from all Inda4hingI e Mrs. K. B. Watterson 876-7515; "We Rent Fertilizer Spreader !
kin and from Its! pollution .ub..r.ut'ot to regeneration. (1 John COOLING and I( Prefabricated Components
1 '1-9.) ; Mr. and Mrs.: Wilbur Hall of|I 224 N. W. 8th Ave. "Gainesville Leader"
: PER KilOWATT Any Size Free Estimates
9. We l'I'Ii.thnt entire nanriifU-aUon In an Instantaneous]' DeLeon Springs visited with | PHCVNE 372-0476 Since 1933
_I definite, oei-oud work of grace, obtainable by faith OB the part j jI COOLING I the Wattersons on Wednesday Crane Motor Co. 1132 So. :Main GainesvilleTel. Gainesville Fla. 112 S. E. First GalnrsTllli
of the fully justified hHieirr. (John 1-::; .Act 2tilS.) j I 312-3961-C01Iect Call
10. \\t brlieie that the PentecoKtal llaptixiii of the holyGlaot I of last week.Attending. > -- -
I noil fire I obtainable by definite act of appropriating i at LAJiKANGLLA- I II INSULATION.ROOFINGAll MOVER
a 4-H camp I
: faIth on the part of the fully cleansed belieier, and the initial I, II I with ImII AIR CONDITIONING I -
| eiidenee of the reeeplhtu of this eerlence| ill kpeakinj with j I Cherry I II Gainesville
I other tonmiei* :M the spirit che utlrruuce. U.K. 11 135 Act week are Melody May, I I I American
*. I'" I :2:1-1; MIT: 10:1.J((: 19:11.) I : To mention exclusive features Lou Debbie Hill'MERCEDES BENZ -\"OL'OAuthorizt'd :
just two Bryant that hold down Mary Cooper, McCoy Building MayflowerLOCAL
,S. 11. \\. bellete In dliiue beating, a'l In the atonement. (Isa. ] I & RoofingCO.
,.rt t. .'.; :Matt. SilR. 17l Mark 10:14-1S J:..". 5:14-16i Hx. 15:2G.: :: ) j t i operating costs: ((1)) Two-in-One condenser coil cuts operating : and Madonna Meng.ryy''YYYYVVVVYVTVVYVYY. |II Sales & Service I AND LO.NODISTANCE
| 12. We beiieie" In the imminent, personal premlllennlal. j i "Complete Service for All I Supply CenterS .
I Keeond coming of our Lord Jrmin Christ. (1 'I'ht'..... 4:15-18; !, costs by a good 10%, ((2)) the "Mixed Flow" blower moves Vz I : New Roofs Shinglesor MOVINGStorage

I Titus :2it: : ; 11 Peter al-l; Matt. :2t:2i: :: >-....). and we love and more air. Let us tell you the full story of Bryant economy. Makes iI I i I LUMBER I And Crating
unit for Hi" appearing (II 'flm.Is..) BuiltUpRoof
( mJ! No obligation. LOW DOWN PAYMENT-5 YEARS TO PAYLBARKLEY RA1FORD 506 E. University Ave. I I BUILDING SUPPLIES Cleaning &.' Repairs Gainesville Phone 376-5221
I Sunday School, 10 a. m.-IMorning Worship, 11 a. :, I I I I HARDWARE
I PHONE: 372-4343 II Fiberglass Insulation
Evangelistic Service 7:30 P. M. : I'No. Main and 23rd Boulevard
Security Transfer
| Batt
hAAAAAA AAAAAiA.&AAAAAA i Gainesville, Fla. or
| Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 P.J.: I ; INC I'I' PHONE 372-4361 Contractor or Retail & Inc.
Friends of Johnie Ben- Storage
Mrs ,
I Pentecostal Holiness Church ; I'"t' '''' .. '. Gainesville DAY or NITE .
I nett of State Farm honored'her DODGE-DART- I PHONE 376-4236 AGENTS FOR

I 321 t W. Brounlee Starke, Fla. I. with a surprise going away :I CEMENT 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Ga 1es\'Ulf FOGARTY BROS.TRA1SFER .

.t! Pastor-DAVID T. McGHEE I : PHONE FL 9-2538 shower last Thursday DODGE TRUCKS Inc.

Ii I 1518 Gray St. Jacksonville, Fla. evening. She is leaving July 1 : II JANITORIALSUPPLIES' Local & Long Distance MovingCraingStomgePackIng

.,._.______.___uu__,_,.;. to visit her mother and other I' Sales-Parts-Service LINTELS WINDOW SILLS, *------ --- ---- t'
I Mops &
Mopping Equipmeni
relatives in England whom USED CARS TOO STEPPING
I Brooms Brushes! Phone 376-2666
she hasn't seen in 16 year; ; "If It'a Cement We Cast. It" Washes Cleaners 1040 So. Main Gainesville
Seventy-five friends enjoyed Poole-Gable Motors I
Cement Rest Room
I Supplies
the occasion. Delicious refreshments r NEON: SIGNS:
119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville I' TUB
were served. Mrs. PHONE 3724313AUTO Precast Products
Don MacClellan Co
Bennett received many lovely 2033 N. E. 27th A\e. Gainesville Jeffcoat

gifts and $176 in cash. She I
PHONE 372-0933 Jiiuitorial & :Maintenance Neon SignsNEON
I will be away a month. Supplies
,, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs 1315 N. W. 4th. Place PLASTIC PAINTEDNeon

*adt n _ ft \. celebrated the birthday of CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST Gainesville 372-2723 Designing Neon Repairs

I .\ \. : S' .: ., 1 their daughter Mrs. Treva I Paul's Auto SalvageWe Erecting Maiirtenancft

I Newmans of Starke and Fa- !LADIES WEAR 1611 S. Main ___ Gainesville

I thers Day Sunday with all Buy Wrecked: Cars At THAT ALL YOUR ---- Phone Day 372-0302
their children except one. Cherry'sGainesville's Nite 372-8897
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade
- _. spent Sunday in High Springsas AU Makes & Models Used Address For Ladies

guest of their children Mr
I Parts Edwards Building DRESSES; IITS-CO.\ Parker's
and Mrs. Walter Whithey. I

I4 .. ______ Mrs. Mary Freeman return '!Teletype Sen ice-We will find Supply, Inc. MATERNITY WE.ItACCESSORIES I Galnn\Ule's Moat Complete" Of'

\ --- ed last week from a visit with I any part for you. lice Equipment & Machine-
I 91jJ1. 105 W. University, Gainesvfulf''
726 S. Main 372-4844
her son, and daughter-in-law Phone 376-4512 Store.

Mr and Mrs. Ernest Freemanin 1301 S. Main Gainesville Gainesville Fla MATERNITY WEAR Complete Office Planning

Jacksonville. Underwood Products
I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tay. ELECTRIC MOTORS Nan's 601 W. University Ave

lor of Jacksonville were visit- : AUTO TIRES Stork Ga Iiifs\iIIe S72.: S

ing Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tay- Shop .

lor this weekend. Special Occasion Dresses To I PAINTS
FOR THE Electric
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Grif- Every Day Sportswear I

fls had as guests Saturday,I; RECAPPINGCars Repair Co. Formals-Long Dresses, SUni Harper Paint Co. 'i

I \ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Griffis, and J, Trucks- Tractors OF GAINESVILLE INC. Jim Shorts-Matching Tops We Stock
I children, Betty and Billy of i if 100% Grade A Cold Rubber BABY GIFTS I WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG

;"' f Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. R., Factory Trained Recapper COMPLETE ELECTRIC 114 So. Main Gainesville:. SMITH: AND

N f. L. GrillS and children of: MOTOR DUTCH BOY PAINTS

!II Macclenny Mr. and Mrs.1 I English Tire & SALES AND SERVICE MEN STORE Painter' Supplies

- $ :. \ \ .. Calvin Griffis. Sr., Edward "Distributor of H. M.:-Chitty i &:-Co. I 10 S. W 7th Street
Raiford and
Taylor of Gainesville
Recapping New Lincoln Motort'PHONE
non Taylor of Jacksonville.; 372-8318 SINCE 1902

T-Sgt. and Mrs. Floyd Tomlinsort : I Curloe Suits ROOFING '
1111 S. Main Street 1030 S. Main Gainesville
and children of Tyn-: Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts

I dall AFB. Panama City have'' Gainesville 372-2197 I & Underwear The Helzd I Co.

been visiting his parents Mr.I I FLOOR COVERING Stacy Adorns NunnBu ROOFING

and Mrs. N. Tomlinson at >ch Shoes. SHEET METAL
Johnstown and his brotherand j Automatic Transmissions Hats.
I StetsouIallory
..e ..4r e. _- family Mr. and Mrs.II I Central Florida Tile 1 SE. First St. Gainesville I AIR CONDITIONINGNo
- Charles Tomlinson at Raiford. Job Too Large Or Too Small
c ONE DAY SERVICE & Marble Co. 202 S. E. 4th St. GalaeTffl0
. __ Mr. ani Mrs. Bill Moye of MONUMENTS PHONE 372-1491

.. '. Huntsville, Ala. were Tuesday ALL MAKES-REPAIR CARPETS BY

_._. -_ ,_ __ ,__. __ night guests of her grandpar- AND EXCHANGE Lee's Monarch Loomweave, Gainesville Granite PHOTO SHOP

Top: 1353 Impala Sport Coupe, below:1363 Impala Sport Coupe. ents Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Downs
r J & Marble VVorCF.'IETERY'
Tcmpkins.Mrs. Gator Automatic Room Size-Wall to Wall Fuller's Foto Inc.

Thornton Installation MONUMENTS ,
Clyde returned
You get a ",'hohr lot more than that '59 generator cut costs too. PERFOR IANCE- '
home this week after Transmission Service Armstrong and Kentile 1 MAItKEII5Lettering Central Florida's. Finest
Chevrolet (great as it was!) could offer. wider choice of horsepower from the economical i I
relatives in Larue, & Cleaning Selection 'of
Some big improvements, some small some C EVROLET 140-hp Turbo-Thrift 6 up to a 42:>-hp visiting i INC. Floor Coverings I DomesticIndustrial Marble
Tenn. & Used Cameras
for savings, some for performance, some for V8*. SAVINGS-from Chevrolet's tradition- !' I CQ3PLJI'ELIXES OF
a Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Kidd & Granite Photographic Equipment it
A few of them EASY CAREAira ) i I resale value and the TILES :MARBLE
comfort. : ally higher special deals
and children of Cocoa Beach ;19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) : Coffee Tables Counters- i Supplies
washed rocker panels help fight rust, while a your Chevrolet dealer is making during Trade 1540 Waldo Rd. G'ville 376-6406!
of Gainesville Fireplaces B
were the weekend guests PHONE 372-0372 'Kblte Finishing
longer lasting exhaust system self-adjusting 'N' Travel Time. See him now for a Jet- I I
_ _ her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. 2133 S. E. 4th St.37S6I51. I IGaJn'mll In Before Noon-Out at .5
brakes and battery-saving new Delcotron smooth 63 Chevrolet. 'Optional at extra
Charlie Burnett. FARM & INDUSTRIAL II I I 619 University Gainesville!


j CHURCH j i Central Tractor Co. 'Bicycle Shop I.,Hancock t Typewriter

Rev. James Temple Pastor :, & S. Auto Trim ''TRACTORS

f' GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. : I Morning Worship, 11 *am.. 1'' Complete Auto UpholsteryTailor Ford Farming Implements ,' Cushman Ducatl -&:BSA Vespa-ZUncbppI Scooters I,! Exchange

Evening Service 8 p.m. Sun-. Mad Seat Cover Agricultural Industrial I otorcydes-.les k Service JOHN HANCOCKVictor

"H I day School 10 ajn. Training'! Convertible Complete Service & farts Dept.. SCHWEVN BICYCLES i R. C. Allen' Clary

.. U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. Union, 7 pjn. Prayer Service. Tops Good Used Equipment Locksmith & Safe Work Rejrna-.Sales & Service
'- I Ipo each Wednesday 8 p.m. I 60S X. W. 8th. .\\'e'lDe' 1488-N. W. 6th. GaiDf'SrlllePIIONE I 6613 Wj L'nf"ersJty'e.. 431 N. Main Gainesville!

J Gainesville 372-8661 S76-5430 Gainesville 376-7761 '_"* Phone S76-3531;




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'Yyyyyyyya&AIAI.A.......YYY"YYY.YY.YTTn: YY.Y.YY,.,.,"Negro Boy, 12 I YYYYTYYYYYYYYYYVVYVYYlMELROSE and sons of Tallahassee spent FYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTBy 1 1GRANDIN 1I er Sik s. While here they went day evening June 24th we will I There were nine fathers pres

the week with Mr. and Mrs.A. I to Daytona for a few days. start our Daily Vacation Bible ent.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Drowns MondayIn C. Spires. I Mrs. Rebecca Brantley of school at the church. All

Smith Lake Mrs. Irma Wilkes and child- Melrose spent Father's day chiliren: from ages 4 through I PAEAX BAPTIST CHUKCH

By :Mary K. Schaeffer By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer ren of New Symrna Beach Charleyene Brantley with her parents, Mr. and I, 16 are cordially invited to at GRANDIN FIt
spent last weekend with Mr. 'I'
Mrs. Weldon
Keystone Height's newly acquired -. Brantley. j
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emergency vehicle an- and Mrs. Clarence Ashley. \AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4i Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Grout tend.On Rev. ,
----II AAA&A-----AAAAAAALLAAA&AALALAA&Aa--------------..------ rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'\\ MrsJulian Jacoby and i I Father's Day our pastor I Sunday School 10 am.
swered its fourth call in three I Richard: Lilly of Florahome : were visiting friends at Fort
The ladies of the Estrellita port on the Junior Woman's weeks Monday June 17. when I Berry left Tuesday for Bard- ; children of Middleburg spent has returned home after a Pierce on Saturday. ;j brought a very challenging Morning Worship. 11 a.m.

Club held their annual elec- Club's Spring Dance on Saturday a 12-year-old Negro youth,\ .well Ky. where they will spend I I last weekend with Mr. and I couple of weeks vacation toj Monday Mr. and Mrs. Hor- message to the Father's. Services Training Union, 7:00: p. m

tion of officers on Wednes- | evening, June 15, but Frank Daniels drowned in .several weeks with her moth- i Mrs. J. V. Slade. Texas and California. H e ace Fennel of Sanford visited j were well attended. At Evening Service, 8:00: p. m

day, June 12. The monthly, i, we hear that they made some Smith Lake.According. er, Mrs. W. V. Tibbes. Summer Readnauts t stopped in Texas and picked j i Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sikes. j I the close of the service all of :Hour of Power Wednesday
meeting was preceeded by a money and a good time was j to Bill Beam who Mrs. Grant Rothhammerand I Readnauts will enjoy read- up his brother Alvin then Mrs. Oscar Rye and Mrs. ': the Fathers were recognized. i night 8:00: p. m.

dessert served by hostesses had by all.Recent I j was in the emergency vehicleas daughter, are spendingtwo ing books again this summerat they went on to California to Minnie Rye of Palatka stopped -.

Mrs. Vera Ownbey and Mrs. guests of Mrs. Bert I'' it sped to the scene the weeks with relatives in I the Melrose Public Library. visit their sister Levern. While ; by to visit with Mrs. Cal- Buy Your New Car From

Ruby Tyre. Christoffers. Sr., were her youth, the son of Moses and North Little Rock, Ark. and I Many new books are being secured in California they went to' lie Rye on Friday. From here

The nominating committee : daughter Mrs. B. 1.. Owens I'I Clara Daniels of Melrose, went Tulsa Okla. \ and will be available to Hollywood and visited the set | they went to Stark to see Mr

Mrs. Vera Ownbey Mrs. Bea:: :; and two friends from pensa-! after a loose boat. The boy,! Mr. and Mrs. Rollin P. I Readnauts of all ages. There of the Beverly Hillbillies. They I and Mrs. Alfred Varnes and:

Schroeder. presented the following cola Fla. The ladies stopped who apparently could not i| White and Mrs. Gertrude Ver-I\ will be books on sports, horses, reported a very interesting Eula Mae McCrae. TERWllLEGAR MOTORSGET

slate which was unanimously to see Mrs. Christoffers en-' swim, stepped into a deep! vort of Beuna Vista. Va. visit biography adventure'mystery I' Saturday evening Mrs. Lu-

elected: route to a Short Course at hole about 20 feet from shore' ed Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Neefus. and the West. trip.Kenneth Tomlinson of Lak3 cile Terry of Putnam Hall,

President, Mrs. Dorothy Stetson University. where they and drowned. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. | A popular part of the Read- Swan was visiting Bobby Rid- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hut-

Koons; vice president Mrs. learned about the operationof When Beam and Ed Ben-i Helfrich and daughter, visited : naut program is the story hour I enour for several days this j I son. Zan and Christine Brant-

J Estha Stringer; secretary Mrs.\ a Kindergarten. They also nett arrived at the scene with'I I friends and had dinner in St. i which began Tuesday, June : last week. ley of Grandin went to Palat-

Sara McDonald: and treasurer visited on their way home to I I'I. I the emergency vehicle the boy| Augustine to celebrate Mrs. 11. with Mrs. R. L. Smith at I Warren Brantley is home I I. ka to the Horseman's club. AND 3-DAY

Mrs. Beatrice'Schroeder. I' Pensacola. the following week- was still in the lake and I Helfrich's birthday June 12. 2 p.m. at the Public Library. from Glendale hospital and i I. After the business meeting

New business was discussed .'I. end. Mrs. Owens is the form'I they dove into the water Mrs. R. F. Gano of Haw- Children from kindergarten recuperating at home. He was \:. games were played on horse- i

and plans made for a chicken i i er Barbara Christoffers the I II I fully clothed to find him. Two : thorne spent a couple of days I I able to be out to church serv- back.Mr. $ VACATION
i the third
barbecue dinner to be held on I I younger daughter in the fam !! other Keystone fireman. Bill with Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano through grade are ices on Sunday. i and Mrs. H. B. Sikes ,

August 24. committees will be Young and Hugh Gardner, arrived recently.A invited to the Story Hour. David and John Brantley'::I Jr. of Griffin Ga. came on

announced later as plans ily.If you have seen Mrs. Ral- at the scene and also Slade family reunion was I Books especially for these spent Monday and Tuesday I Sunday to spend sometime

progress. legh Zike on crutches you dove. Bennett located the held: this week at their campin children will also be available. I with their grandmother, Mrs. I with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes,

Mrs. Koons accepted the may or may not know that I youth after approximately 10 Ocala National Forest. I Winners of ,the Melrose Duplicate I Ruth Reed at Lake Swan. Sr. IN MIAMI! BEACH

gavel. and in so doing, intensified she was attacked by a glass I minutes. Mr .and Mrs. Henry Mc- I Mr. and :Mrs. B. T. Pelligin- I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout

the desire that all Eastern < show-case. On Friday June Daniels was treated on the Crea and children are spend- I I Bridge club: first I ni and children stopped; by to I'went to New Smyrna Beach on AT TilE LUXURIOUS SORREXTO

; Star women become affiliated 14, she was cleaning up in the way to Bradford County Hospital ing two weeks in Bradentonwith place Mrs. C. Maxson, :Mrs. see their mother Mrs. A. G. Thursday to visit Mrs Grout's HOTEL

with the Estrellita i store. and as she was dusting'I by Dr. Don Christoffers friends and relatives. I H. C. Segur; second place Hinson on Friday. On Sunday I:I aunt. Mrs. Elsie Green. .

-d Club. off the glass showcase all of but was pronounced dead-on- Troy McGuire and Pascal Mrs. Mary Cook, Miss Iva they left for Look-out Mountain Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kil This Sensational Offer Good When You Purchase

The next meeting will be a a sudden it seemed to almost I arrival. The call was receivedat Carr recently spent a day in I Hillyer; third place Mrs. Roland and a drive through the! I gore of Palatka were visitorsto Any New Ford, T-Bird, Fairlane or Falcon Anytime

a called meeting on August 14 explode. Her leg was severelycut I Monday Keystone Beam at said 2:20,: and Tampa where they visited Mr. i Bryan, Mrs. W. H. Davie; I Smokey Mountains. They will Paran Church on Sunday During June-Take Your Vacation Anytime'
and Mrs. Leon
at 10 a.m., in the Masonic Hall. and not only did it haveto Campbell. I return some time next week. I morning. After church they ; Until Aug. :31.
j 20 minutes later, the vehicle place, Mrs. Walter Gro-
2:40: Mrs. Lois Williams is visiting -
July 6 is the date for the be sewed up, it first had Ricky Mask fell on a glason I stopped by and visited with
was on the way to hos in Alabama.A I lick, Miss Sally Mansfield. I Saturday and cut his leg I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brant-
( Steak supper to be sponsoredby to be sewed on the inside.I I this is our fifth anniversary
--- by the St. Wliliams Catholic where 50 stitches were requir pital. madea 20-year class reunion is just below the knee and had i ley and family. !
-A Club. Tickets will be $1.25 and ed. We are glad to know that The Fire Department being planned for the class of TRINITY EPISCOPAL 'I to have eight stitches in it. David Brantley, son of Mr.
I in the emergency I GIFT TO YOU! \
_ 75c. See any member of the she is feeling a lot better and vehicle fifth run morning, June "43 from, Melrose High Schoolto CHURCH MELROSE Looks like the boys in Grandinare I and Mrs. Eugene Brantley left

club for a ticket to a really that the cut is healing nicely.1 Tuesday 17-year-old be held at Goldhead Branch I trying to see who can get on Monday fi.r Camp Mc-

good meaL Sorry to hear that Mrs. 18. to transport State Park sometime this sum- Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy I the most stitches this sum- Quarrie near Astor Park, in
i of Lake Geneva I
Olad to see Charlie Mc- John McDowall had a bad I i John to Delaney the Bradford County mer.Miss Sundays 10 a. m. Church mer! the Ocala National Park, for : TER\VILlEGAR\ MOTORS

Glave home again after a : fall recently, and had to be i Hospital. According to Fire Ruth Berkelman is School. 11:45: a. m. Morning Eugene and David: Brantleywere I' the Putnam County 4-H Camp
spending the month in Du- Prayer and Sermon [First visiting Mr. and Mrs. : for a week
siege at the Hospital. Charlie I hospitalized. We trust she will Bill Beam the youth had:

Is another one who is into soon be able to be home a- "an man apparent heart attack"and luth, Minn. Sunday Holy Communion], f Charles Kilgore in Palatka on I Don't fcrget ..that. -on Mon-- ---.----- ----, -
everything. and finally had to passed out at his home. Mr. and: Mrs. J. L. Corbin p.m. Episcopal Young Church Friday evening.Lt. -

give up and let the doctor gain.Mr.: and Mrs. Harold Rid-;; His is from Jacksonville and children of Daytona men. Col. and Mrs. James

take for few days. aught and four daughters family Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. Communion.The Sikes and Gail returned to
over a are and were renting a cot-
II Walter Addison recently.Mr. Rev. Lee W. Heaton. Augusta after KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE'!
spending a L
We haven't had a full re- on a vacation trip to see tage on the lake. .
some country and to visit and Mrs. C. E. Spires Vicar. week with Mr. and Mrs. Horn- I .
some relatives. They went Godmother" to their
PROGRAM\ UP TO DATE? hospital. We wondered how "fairy I
first to West Florida. to visit Sunland
cottage of girls at
ASK YOUR GULF LIFE Mrs. Ridaught's sister and she be would We still hope long she enoughto will Training School in Gainesville I I BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES

MAX\ FOR THIS FREE family; then on to Tennesseeto on Monday evening of
f SERVICE see two of her brothers. take it sort of easy so she this week, bringing with them I,

They plan to see their daughter won't have to go back to the all the "makings" of a very 'Inice -

L. R. BRAULT Joan, [Mrs. Richard Bar- hospital. I 'r .J I
The Children's Reading party. j i GARDEN SUPPLIES I RESTAURANTS
PHon 413-4131: ton] in South Carolina, before We have often thought that I

returning home. Program at the Keystone I Keystone Heights should be I' 8uwies4ofpb ( T V Service Center! TilE
JIll Ilhvay 21 Keystone Height Heights branch library has already I Ii O Plants
Glad to see that ball-of-fire I "the town with a -
started. This summer Box 104, Sulphur Springs, had J. R. TIlES 0 Garden Supplies and Keystone Heights
Ruth Blcha, home from the. heart." Anyone who has I

-I it based on a western I ever been ill, or distressed in Wherein the June days fly enjoy taking it though. i Authorized Motorola Philco 0 Furniture Duralite and DuPont Restaurant

The program is divided into I any way, has found this to be swiftly by, I take my Peace Tomorrow I go to a dear Sales and Service Points W. E. Flakes, OwnerSignSpecializing :

I flan NOW for a successful.' ; four parts. A child becomes a true. We are always told how Corp Test and'help teach Bible neighbors for dinner am a I Service On All Makes! O Wallpapers Painter's In

ranch hand after reading one much these kindnesses have school at the church. guest of the War :Mothers.; At! TV RADIO STEREO Supplies

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL book. After reading four addi- meant to a recipient. Lateston :My Father, the guide of my one I have to go to teach in:|I Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Blue Plateslth J

tional books, he is a cowboy. the list is Margie Hall youth, the Bible school so I shall be: Zike'sDecorating Fresh Vegetables

t'\ --= .. Eight more books puts him in who is so very appreciativeof To Thee for direction I fly. busy. Gabby will have to stay;i, Keystone Heights, 473-1651 (COLD hIKER

Come in and the bronc-fcusting classification all the kind things her O grant me Thy light and alone. I will show my pictures![ Open From 6:00 A.M.: Till-?
friends have done for her dur- AUTO SERVICE Shop
I sea iho new fraveIiDi Gcd's bighway : and eight more make ing her illness and she is Thy truth, at the church on Tuesday night.I I At the stoplite Keystone Ilgts.

.3 ScrJpfuro Press course him a ranch owner. This makes grateful for all the cards and Nor ever Thy presence deny Wednesday night I go to a Terrell'sGulf Keystone: Heights

I P FREE! 21 books in all. My pillar of cold and of fire friends house out :n the coun. PHONE 473-3861

_ j Now !Is fte fimo to tegln planning for VBS ROADMAP A child's name is enteredon letters, etc. Edward D. While destined to journey be try to Bible study. They are Service I Lake Brooklyn
Mr. and Mrs.
Vacation Bible School.. .and we arcs OFSCRIPTURE his classification poster, low. such wonderful people and I
PEWS Maher of New Orleans La. are New & Used Tires I RestaurantSTEAKS
jreadVto help pbn the most book INSURANCE
you sue- and an emblem for each What desire -have visited in their homes a
more can a pilgrim
icesinil VBS have had. Coma CQUASi guests this week of Mr. and
you ever : : From $3.OO Up All Sizes
lin today to sea the many new items read.Many Mrs. Herbert :Nelson. Mrs. lot. I think they are such love I I C1I01'SSIJECULIZISG
I children have already Or Thou in Thy goodness bestow ly people and wonderful Chris- j Lubrication Batteries Acces.I .,
on display FREE! Maher and Mrs. Nelson are I Murrhee Insurance IN 1
V 1z1lI 24-PAGE VBSGUIDEBOOK started, but it is still open to ? tians. I OPEN 7 A. :M.: 7:30 P. :M.Keystone .
sisters. SEA FOOD
_ J11 TO all who are interested. So Fox .Beecher. HELPFUL HINTS: Coat the I Heights. 473-427D AgencyGeneral
't $ BElr YOU flAN : T The name of Jimmy ORDERS TO GO
and get --- -
come on Pod'ner
fcitplBfi PmlIntnMfut. j1 .
Everett dust pan with floor wax, dirt I ,
.." kl''t cMoto octlHll$ M 7. down to Keystone Library to son of Mr. and Mrs. Walking, rejoicing: and sorrowing AUTO STORE
.mpUl .f monuall. : Fox of Keystone Heights, was slides off easily.! : old; I InsuranceFire 1-4 lit N. of Stoplite
1 $ ;, book round-up! seems to describe
publicity ItMM, end 011 ,. I the big my bath towel in amonia and leave
.'andUaft.oroI. f'Jrfu3tntaIsu.AS7.S Mrs. Michael Redfearn and omitted last week in the list days. It has been hot here and [ Western Auto i iI Casualty Bonds Keystone Heights!
of boys and girls who will be it over night in the oren. The.
\1IbIa.. .elm' 12 i. SEE! Mrs. Huntley Redfearn. Jr.- humid all week with showers., I Allied Lines I
\. NEW VIS FIA! ) going to college in the fall oven cleans easily in the mom- Beildier'sHoliday
Store Keystone
Gloria and Jane- were co- The crops look wonderful. r I Heights- Tel. 473-4285i
"TRAVELINGCOD'S ; : i | from BHS class of 1963. Jim- i I
HIGHWAY" hostesses on Saturday, June i my has been accepted at the I Great fields of soy beans, and CHIP COOK-1 I. Appliances-Major or SmallS I Inn

15, at a tea for Miss Agnes I University of Florida, and will I the corn looks so pretty down''IES. Yz cup oleo; 6 tablespoons,: Auto Accessories, Tires, j MILLWORK\
for o ttffljJifi nfcdlob cf Vacafioa iif ScJoof moferlplt.'a Watson, who is to be mar- start in September. I the rows. The clover is in. white sugar; 6 of dark brown! Batteries. j I RestaurantFormerly

lied this month. The tea was bloom, that big red clover. I ..*
u.s. Marine Pfc. Larry La- blend together; add 1 beaten i Sporting Goods Bicycles.) ,I
EFFIE SUTTON BOOK STORE at the Melrose Woman's Club. Mee is home from Quantico, love to hear the meadow larks egg. 1 cup plus 2 tablespoon I i: Hardware, Paints, Garden!I Keystone Lawrence's Dinette

The pink and white color leave. sing as Gabby and I take our of flour *'* tsp soda's; tspl!! Supplies. 'COMPLETELY REMODELEDOPEN
Va. on a 20-day Larryis
1 502 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla. carried out in the I
scheme was walk down the road 1 3-4 miles
the son of Mr. and Mrs. I salt; add to sugar mixture. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Millwork 7 DAYS WEEKLYFull
J --- refreshments and in the decorations Shop
-- I Lawrence LaMee of Keystone. I and back. We walk it real ear- teaspoon hot water MIX WELL Dinners Lunches -
which included pink ly in the morning and.. then Electrical Contractors
Ala Carte Italian Food
asters. Bruce Prevatt, son of Mr. all together. Add Va isp vanilla I CABINETS DOORS
white gladioli and -
and ,later in the evening when it is, 1 Block North of Red Light
and Mrs. Myron Prevatt grad- 1 cup chopped pecans and 1-6
I I About 85 people attended cooler again. This morning we! Jackson Electric Co. WINDOW FRAMES KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
uated on Monday night, June oz package of chocolate bits.I II
lovely affair. walked between six and seven. I
On Saturday June 15 Henry 10, from Emory University in i I Drop by teaspoon fulls on cook- ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, SCREENSTrim
was a dead skunk in the
"ALL IN FAVOR : finished his Atlanta, Ga. Bruce plans to :lie sheet. Bake at, 375 degrees. House Wring:, Electric Range! Blateriali\ 'REAL ESTATEC.
1 ___ Q. Hall Jr. road that had been hit so quickly I I
and Water Heater
of I work in Atlanta for a year. I This is a lovely June Sabbath -' Repairs | Sash Made To Order I
I [ studies at the
it did not have time to makea
General Electric Repair Work
I during which time he will be i and a breeze is blowing J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
Florida for a BJS. in stink. He was a broad stripe. Keystone Heights 473-4285
1 Call 'Toby" For All Your I
SAY AYE will be married and then he has My granddaughter is home.' IJ
.i administration. Henry I Then there was a big rat dead
plans to enter Law School, at :She spent most of die time at| Electrical Needs j I'' J
with Sears in Daytona -
associated !in the road. I. took each by!
.... the Univresity of Florida. I Daytona Beach. She had a wonderful -!Keystone Heights Ph:473.49r1; nEAL ESTATE
I Beach. Henry's brother
the tail and threw them over in :NURSERY
THOSE OPPOSED 1 at I Mrs. Cora Marshburn left time and trip. I havei= MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
Mac who just graduated Ii the high weeds over the fence. FARM SUPPLIESC. i
: i, Bradford High School, has on June 11 for a visit with Perhaps some buzzard will not seen her as yet My gra"d-l Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297

p been accepted at the University -II her son Edward Marshburn! son Fred is fine. He will be 21! & L. Feed I
i 'feast. I did not want them in Co. Clemens Nursery
and of Miami Fla. She friend
YOU'REFIUEDI" be family J in August. He has a girl i
ji of Florida and will
the smelled'and
4e- will be gone two weeks. I' road to be seen and I love her. She is beautiful. -I Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
: starting there in September. each time I walked. There are' C.1r. BURKHALTER JR. I DAYLIUES 150 Varieties,
Sylvia and Romesa Dodd. .
: On Saturday, June 15. Boy I apple trees aTong the road. FEEDS I I
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Gabby gets so'very hot in the!
; t1'i i! Scout Troop 105 of Keystone !loaded with green apples., I I FERTILIZERS from 25c to $1 ea. See Us For : Beg. Real Estate Broker
Chief- Fred Dodd are attend- afternoons when we start a iit-! I '
Heights land Watermelon attended the Festival.!! ing the Children's Bible Mis- :saw wild ripe strawberries, and tie too early. Last evening the FARMERS HARDWARE Your Every Need In Shrubs, I Lake Properties Acreage .

;, sion Camp in Polk City Fla. children were eating them.'paved road was so hot and hel Earleten I Trees or Perennials. Ranche3 Business City
Our toys made a very good Gardens and look
< They will be there the greater are growing and hot that;
in the j panted got so ; TeL Melrose i Homes Rtntalj
showing marching pa ing fine. I went to Sunday' GR 5-5163 Hiway 100 at Hillcrest
part of the summer. :when we came to a oal: ire'e'that !
rade.They unlimited S-4 Larry Cooper came !school this morning and taught[ threw shade on the grass j I -I Zy2 Miles East of "We Take A Personal IntereA
found eating I my class. I showed them the FLORIST In Your Requirementa"MIdway
home last Wednesday morn- ;he refused to "further.
go any
Did sneak this picture out of amounts of watermelon to I latest copy of the Teleg ph. I Keystone Heights : Keystone Height .
someone ing from Germany where he :He lay down flat I rested ,
be great fun. Barry Wyman : nice witbl Edna i
They are young people. Williams ilelrose
-D has been stationed for about !him awhile and then ,
Jr., came in second In the
two years. His wife and son I Saturday Rachel my sons carry him, but he then managed FLORLST NURSERY :' Hlwaj 21-Op i 81U1od&r--
watermelon eating contest Nursery Stock Thousand? Of
- the Kremlin? No-theN chairman, of the to have been here since the first wife took me to Muncie and I to walk. OR 6-M1:

The troop remained of, the year, having been in 'I. took the examination for the Once I had Don and Dggermy FLOWERS [Plant!* & Fruit Trees, To,
of the activities -
many the i I Germany also. The Cooper's 'Peace Corp. My questionaire other faithful dog. Now! For AH Occasion (I Choose From. Nice Shade Trees,!S. E. McKay Realtor
which ,
l board is getting, approval'to come to The twist contest, accompanied by I son, Russell, was born in Ger i number is 050831. Four other ,,Don and Digger both, are lying j Melrose Phone; OR 5-2331 Evergreens & LawlscaPeI- _.

the Jimmy Strickland Band.. I many. They will have a few : people took the exam but had-!(i in the soil of Nebraska, while, ,Plants! All In jContainen, Plant It Lots Lake Lilly $3500.

Scoutmaster Barry Wyman I days in Keystone and then go : not sent in an application. L:J:Gabby and I carry on with a GARAGES 'Terms 16' Lots Sunwt Lake -

1 Keystone State Rink for a business loan., accompa'nied his troop to the I to Fort Benning, Ga., Larry'snext i ii have sent in all things requested -i j i lonely heart. Anytime. See Our Plants For 82775. Tern Investment tracts

festival. i i assignment. I to finish making ar-;I,I Perhaps when I start on my, HILL'S GARAGEPAINTING Quality. Let Us Do Your i large enough for several lots -

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young I Mrs. Charles Hinck and rangments for my trip around ':|;I reuad the world TOO: I shall. & BODY WORK Landscaping. i arcesa to wide sandy beach.
children Danny and Katie I 'I feel Use for recreation while hold-
glad Electric
again.All and
the world. I anf gettingexcit- Acetylene
have just returned from a vacation -
entertained friends at a chicken -i I my love, Ii IiI ;o. C. Carries Nursery ing for investment. E-Z Terras.
ed Welding I
BANK trip to New Port Richey t and feel this will be won-
: barbecue at their home 2 BU CB furnished
II God Bless cottage on
where they did some fishini. t derful and I will learn lot.I you every one. I If Radiator Repairs
last Sunday. ; ML East Of Starke On I beautiful Lake Ilutchinwa
MEMBER P. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS They also attended the Square shall write you from som? MOTHER LURA I%!.JIR. WRECKER SERVICE' -
I f !'llwy 100 At Florahorae $7,000. Terms.
VMC rMCHDlV BAH M MC FMCHOCT, COMMUM1TT : Dancing convention in Jacksonville Esterbrook Cartridge and i I of the countries what I see Tailored Seat Covers & Trim Phone

\ this past weekend. and learn. The Peace Corp L Keystone 684-5665: Night Time And 71
Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -1 I Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at i Keystone Heights Fla.
'- .. e- It I A group of girls and the 'S L5 at The TELEGRAPH. Exam was very difficult and i Bradford Ttlerfaph.I 473-44C3, Nite. 473-4109 I To 8 A. M. 473-4318 iBRADFORD

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Service ftflr W-D BRAND CHUCKRoast
Lawns are like some ladles e"r.W rqt. Quantity Rights Reserved -
both are happiest when Prices Good thru June, 22 ALL SIZES
they are making others green r WINN.DIXIE STORES. INC. LB. 49 5 TO 20 LBS.
with envy. I t
Since like begets like, spend- Broad Breasted ..
ing money is the easy answer.
However, remember that feminine W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
fashion stresses the bare ,
areas, while in lawns the object \ I / F qTJ
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is to the nude \.
cover up t-1t,. J
earth.If ", .... LB.

left over you after have dressing enough up money the :f IXy: 'i''';- ,
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lady of the house, then hire I :" r./ $ ; o
the local landscaper to handlethe I 1/ W-D BRAND LEAN BONELESS BEEF $

lawn problem with a prop-I a ry
erty line to property line layer i: r. t ttv
of green sod. \ r rz Stew 69
But, if you are the averagenew LB. ?
mortgage holder who is
spending on next year's pay I
raise you will make the lawn I I Ie p 5 W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN GROUND 1 1 < r
project a do-it-yourself job.j \ STOAs
Your first task is to yank out! i $ 89

all the debris the contractor's s LD.PKG.. U. S.D. A. Grade "A" FrozenTURKEYS
bulldozed failed to gouge out. eef 5 1

The next several sets of .
blistered palms will follow I

raking away surface trash'l' ..
This includes plaster ,,.. : ...'...". .
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mortar deposits. Such alka- ,.<.{i ".",..'",,' ..",.'"...'."-'."_"'L' ,... I W-D Brand
if left in the J 'e.". are
line materials, 4 ..: -" IS'
q ao >4 \.'_ especially raised to
soil, will give grief later by F t ,..IW--

tions preventing from becoming fertilizer fully applica-available 1 1I moist duce breast., tender brooder You white,get meatier meat more

1 ,, 0
to the grass. 4 i FL" 11tt and more juicy dark meat.
Therefore, testing the soil Unconditionally guaran-
is a vital step. The tests will \ v d: c ur teed.
indicate the plant food requirements &
for growing a lush, \,4J\.ILv \,.' SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS

green lawn.Following. a heavy shower, .fbi,1 Can Hams 4298

check the lawn site for stand '
ing puddles of water and if fJ 3 .
needed, fill in the low spots
before planting. For better #
looks and for drainage, slope EAT-RITE 12-oz. Bologna, 10-oz Salami or Spiced $.;, "d' d: JUSTFROZEN A 3<"',.
house.the earth away from the Lunch, Meat PKG. 39 t fir : fEW THESE fOOD Of ARE OUR SPECIALS i FANCY FLA. SWEET\

On sandy soil add three g gx.Nr wauzsr"I a3 n
cubic yards of organic matter :
1,000 feet of 'lawn REG. 59( GROUPER )
per square ,.Ya
area. This will insure good ; (All Flavors '..
grass growth. Peat or composted Fish Fillets LB. 391 SUPERB RAND ...
crop residues will be fine. 1 rk::e;..'
Mix the material into the ; 2l f.. ..
soil. A rented rototiller will do OLD FASHIONED (JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH) (ream3g3nona l .. ',.,
the job in a hurry. \\te ,
The next step may be soil Daisy Cheese LB. 491 t' Coconut, "
cnoco1ote ,.
sterilization. It isn't essentialbut HeopOlilon, Y 191 .,
will kill weed seeds and I Lemoh40RTON n. 2.F Size
nematodes. Since the chemicals SUNNYLAND 29* PICKLE LOAF & 35* NEW ENGLAND HAM pies Sys''

deadly used, it's in usually the process a job are for I Lunch Meat BOTH SAVE 25: 391 Cream O.I\CKEH\ BEEF, TURKEY PI E 69 a 1 1O49i

the professional.What t t JESSE JEWEL 4 PKG. .
to's pies. I .
Meat .
ideal The I I '
no grass.
for .. ..' ,... -''''' 'Io.,.. ::'f.;<: ..
zoysias have won acclaim ...-. iL v "''' .W.--
texture but require much .. .._ .";....,,<"h.,.,.'..'.',,*.*..!<' ; EXTRA SPECIAL ; .
care and good soil. Centipedeis [ ,.,, .. ....'";,:.,,. ..). .,;';, 6. ..>>. .J.' .
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"poor man's" grass that '. > : -
$? 4 _
:""" 4
does well on sandy soil with I
I i w B BBM a flia tg pu f f gn
little fertilizer and few mow- McKINZIE FROZEN VEGETABLES 50 Extra &tf Green Stamps
St. Augustine rates good, A GREEN PEAS
but is ravaged by chinch bugs. A' 01'. BUTTERBEANSWK $ Any Watermelon '
Common Bermuda is fine- : 0 W/K CORN BIG H
textured, tolerates salty spray r1 ALL GRINDS V ri.l 4'M 0 BABY LIMAS 2-LB, .+.. GOOD THRU JUNE 22ND i "

but requires much work and I .,-. -'. /1. ---: MIX VEGET'S. PKGS. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
considerable fertilizer. The Ba- ii; Astor ':!; '1 pi" GREEN BEANS 38 f Ra r
hia grasses form a loose turf "?
that takes constant mowing ; 1
seed stalks down.A i' -- .
to keep J
new grass on the horizon -1 E- ";01"1.-4"1,' ; ,. "'....t.: ,.,.... .- .... .. I r ,.';.\ .':d... ,,: __ ;,J:
is Floratine St. Augustine. It I-LB. CAN r I i JV. #II.dft.f!"f '.:,,..;.f: -'t !.:...IW'"t'o.- <_: ""."".."...<<'":,.:; 'tJ'>"It...,. Pi\E....\.;.,:; ':""""*. Aj.h;: Z;;; ............. --.;:;..'.,: .t.'J... ...
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v'as developed by the Florida i"f' 't. j .
Agricultural Experiment Stations SAVE to- c- .. ; .-.,J PfflsbmysiBESTf'
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to .\ fl. ; ', -, .. ..' .0 {
and released recently .tr-.; = = : ; ':: ; r
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commercial nurserymen. It's available ..: .... .n'r:1'l I I I.I ;:MILtJ1I.
now from most turf f' VAC PACKED COFFEE Save lOt :':/ '..'.t.J o. ... '- .. ...--'-';,''"-'_''..'._'_'h-- ,- -j'1,1'1j'i,'''I l!.i 'o'-.xxxx--'.'.'...,.".....:.'' r".. '.7 .I It
growers. : 4 t/..! .'IIt'. lir.; .
'1-LB. .
Floratine is a blue-green f 0 In e rs CAN 59Ji./L : :.- PLAIN or SELF-RISING !'""If: FWUR f:1f BLUE or WHITE ARROW
close-growing type that covers fl r It'I h

forms the an ground excellent rapidly sod. Four-and iiii: r1'iTg:: '- Limit one with $5.00 ,:''. tj fP4i Pillsburv Flour i\ :: 7/ Detergent ,

tests show that it's superior \ '-..- food order.SUPERBRAND. ...a'' ... fvb
year .".' ..;o.:'< :, ..... ""' '
in weed and disease resistance { ", t:: I
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Planting: ";:..-.,,,,\ .- -v""-' ..u"-l"-'\ Limit I with $5.00 r : >is l-1 GIANT BOX I)
Methods of planting are ['. (.! order or more. =1 -4 rj

sod. sprig, plug, and seed Sod L.> SAVE 20"STANDARD : ; I W''; l SAVE 11- _
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is the answer to an immediate '_. _,...".."....."" _....--'I l < ....._AJ: ,[rn g'IiI'; __:ID.-;;;!..--; -, ".! -- rI L I .-- .. ......

cover ground about cover.Grass one third the plugs area '\ttt/ -I RED RIPE I& '" ...a fi..:-. NEW BLUE Save 1M 1 1ffiiheer "
I J'r : .. $;: !
that the equivalent amount of ,. 9 t, .J :
sprigs will cover. qr J UN tIS > Tomatoes 9 ; GIANTLimit 581
is the economical A : Grade "A" Medium .. J x ; Can f'Y If
Sprigging :. r. DalR.Y ..t, \
planting method. Sprig the t \ SAVE 32 EACH !.f' .:
\. 1 with $5.00 food .
slower growing zoysiagrasseson
4 to 6-inch centers. Other 1 V: order or more. ejy
!- t1or.
grasses will give full cover in 1 \: 'ftI
one season if set on 8 to 12- { .....u L..&; '*:'"&&&. .

inch centers. -,,,., EGGS W-i b1.uit/ -.q.- ,{t i"
Plenty of water and monthly -
application of three poundsof '.. v:
ammonium nitrate fer 1,000 4 + I I
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the square grass feet to of spread lawn will at urge top I :"Y-. 50 Extra del" Green Stamps 50 Extra WC Green Stamps i 50 Extra D'>T Green Stamps

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BOATDRAIN BAPTIST i Grape DrinkGOOD i Peanut Butler Super Blue BladesGOOD

School. 10 a..m. ,r 5 1 t sz I I r dh( yfdot
Morning Worship 11 &.m. ..
Training Union. 6:30: p rn.l I

Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.I I clip j '''
trrrrrrf.rPf 'r ,

7:30:Prayer p. m.NEW Meeting. Wednesday. .. thesecoupons 50 Extra #>TGreen Stamps|i 50 Extra ZVC Green Stamps Extra zr Green Stamps'j 59 Extra .')/:Green Stamps '
i' "for ONE PK<:. FROZEN Two .
350 Fox Deluxe Pizza Pie P Breaded Oysters Chocolate Eclairs Bryon's BarBQueSOCC
Sunday School. ,10 a. m. extrastamps GOOD THRU june: 22x0 GOOD THRU JVMC iNO THMW JVNC HH9

Training Union, 6:30 p-m. Eve- %. S4 A .2--
ning Worship, 7:30 Mid- ,
week ---- -s.o :II'l' .___., _.... __.._!" ..l L<>O _-... ..... .-....-- --"'--..-._""",,, __.____.__ A
Prayer Service Wednesday -
7 pju. Everyone welcome. a
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I .- THURSDAY -JUNE 2t, 1963

'YYYYYTYYYYYYYYTYYTTY1LAVTEY son David who is stationed in and friends in Melrose. course this was all play. Had fT'YYTYYYYYTTYTTYYYTTYYTYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNEWS asked to please cooperate with Circuit Court, in and for Brad- Starke, Florida.Richard .
Germany expects to meet her I Rudolph Rosier of Paltakawas to have tussel1! ford Florida re.1 j
a good rowdy this effort. All members are County upon Fogarty, Rt. 1 Box
\ at the family home. visiting his father Brit with the boys also. This is OF INTEREST TO COLORED : asked to please pay your I ceipt of proof of publication of I 272, Starke, Florida, sole owner.

Friends of the J. E. Warren Rosier and Mrs. Rosier dur- what makes life worth living. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY : pledge Sunday. this notice the fictitious name, I Dated this SOth day of :May
I BEAUTI-PLEAT OF FLORIDA, A. D. 1963 at Starke Bradford
family regret to learn of ing the week.
By Enza Blanchard Well Sunday morning at / Notice under which I am engaged in County Florida.
Y I the death of Mrs. Warren Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Sunday School, this ole girl'' (By Elizabeth GIven Dell chapter 168 Order of, business at Itt 1 Box 373, 6/6 4t 6/:.
IAAIAALAAAAAAALAu I II I morning. Sympathy is extended and sons of Hendersonville ;: was about to get skinned A- II I the Eastern Star will meet at ,i

Womans Missionary Union to all members of the N. C. are spending their vaca- j GAIN for missing prayer meet- I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAA. ---- u I II' the Masonic Hall Thursday :I ,
held family. I[ tion at Kingsley 'Lake visiting ,,", ,,';' I fl 0 0 That's Our Business"If
its regular meeting at ing! "Granny Pen" was just .: >;. <'W'i Summer Program I night June 20. All members : 61 L
First, Baptist Church Tuesday [ The community was Shock-'I Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr. and about to work us over but d/? / : The summer program began ;: are asked to please keep this : u u It's Glass We Have It"

evening with a good number i ed to learn of the Mrs. W. F. Moore and family. i again we aren't afraid! But ',', k Monday June 17 with a good meeting in mind. Mrs Janie' CALL WRITE or VISIT

of members present. W. C. Johnson who recently I Mr and Mrs S. D. Andrews I when one gets so weak they t attendance and it is desirous S. Mitchell W.M.
,Church Schedule I purchased the Lee home. Hen : and Jimmie Moore of Wild- can not sit up so very well, of the principals and staff i' e
Grace Methodist: Church' as pinned under his over- [' wood were visiting the family I where that the of
jl they had better stay good spirit coop- NOTICE : SHEA'S GLASS CO.
'School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 : turned tractor for several over the weekend. they have some place beside eration is continued. Parentsare I will not be responsible for

a.m., Evening worship 8 p.m., hours before he succeeded in I Mrs. George Roberts spent I a cement floor to fall upon, always welcome to attend | any debts made by anyone (NOT INC.)

)l.Y.P. each Wednesday evening I summoning help, but it was last week in Lakeland attending !| might knock a hole in the the swimming program. Come other than myself. James C. "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Ca."

8 p.m. I too late. He passed away early j 1 the Methodist State Conference floor: so we stayed at home! and learn to swim with your i: Cox or J. C. Cox. 4tp 630'OTJCE We Design Modern Store Fronts

First Baptist: Sunday Friday morning. Raymond j I and later visited relatives Of course "Granny Pen" andI children. It is great fun. j
Bryan heard his call about 6 : in Plant City. I II \ OF I\TE\TIO\ TO Just Mail Us A Pattern For
School ,
10 ajn., Worship 11 a. I always have to have an argument All teenagers are invited to : REGISTER riCTITIOlS AME:
)n., Training Union 7 p.m.,'I. p.m. Thursday and took hunt j I I Louie Wainwright of Tallahassee about SOMETHINGthe attend the hop each Tuesday :, Notice is hereby given that Table Tops
to Bradford Hospital where visited Mr. and Mrs. the undersigned, under the provisions 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone
Worship 8 pm.. Prayer meet- I weather if nothing else. and Thursday evenings from I of Chapter 20,933 Lawsof ,
'Jng each Wednesday 8 pjn., he died. '1 T. L. Wainwright Saturday j Speaking of Mrs. Pendarvis ae n ,.:, 7 p.m. to 9 pjn. under supervision I Florida, Acts of 1941, will I
Selma Eunice and : register with the Clerk of the I!
Mrs. Mrs. J. W.
Wright Linda. w
T.W.A. and Intermediate OA of the
( her other, William 1 r summer staff i .
meet first and third Tuesdays. granddaughter, Nancy Norton Tommy and Anne of Tampa in the hospital yet, doesn't and Clarence Williams.I I

Youth meeting on alternate returned with Mr. and Mrs. ;;,i. spent the weekend with her i ii I seem to improve very much. Club News

Saturdays 8 p.m. Dennis Green to their home'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. : We do wish a speedy recoveryfor The Fiesta Social and Savings -

Surprise Party j in Winslow Ark. Mrs. Eunice ;;, Shuford. Another daughter, j him. I club will meet Saturday '
'! and Nancy expect to make an' Mrs. Luther Tharpe of Cullen .w S I, r
L. S, Tanner Mrs I Nellie Wilkinson was unableto I' night June 22, at 8:30.: The
Clifton Smith and Mrs. Paul : extended visit. Va. arrived Monday toI attend church Sunday I president is asking all mem-

Bennett were hostesses to a Mr. and Mrs M. L. Turner spend a few days with her par- Louise told us that Nellie was j bers to please be present and '''a. ..: <'- 1t'i?.
going away party for Mrs. I visited relatives in Bonifaylast ents. feeling worse again.. j on time. :

John Bennett at State Farm week. Mr and Mrs. Joe Shuford I Jeanette Baker underwent The 52 piece silverware was

Thursday evening When Mrs I': Miss Mary Julia Futch of I of St. Augustine were visiting surgery Monday morning, we L- i' ,,,w:.,.; won by Mr. and Mrs. Leroy .
Bennett returned from a ride I Tallahassee visited her mother. Mrs. John Shuford and Dave have not learned just how she : Longs of this city.

with Mr. Bennett she found) Mrs. Joyce Futch the latter Sunday. has recuperated. Army Pvt. Willie N. Suggs The club members and '

her house full of relatives and !I part of the week. Ralph Scholarship Award: Charles Mosley is in the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman friends are very glad to know :

friends. Needless to say she Futch of Black Mountain N. Perfect attendance: Mary Lake City hospital again, it Suggs, who live on Route 1, that Mr. Long is home from

was surprised. Every one hada C. spent the weekend with his i Kathryn Casey Timothy Cicero i seems to be the same nervous Starke, Fla., completed eight I the hospital and: doing fine. ,,

pleasant evening. The hon. mother.Mr. Cole David William De- i trouble he has suffered from I Hosts for the next meeting

oree received many lovely gifts. and Mrs. W. H. Sher-. vore. Linda Darnell Allen Deb-I for so long. weeks of advanced infantry i will be Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jen-

Refreshments were served to 1 man have returned from a vacation ra Dyal Peggy Griffis, Hyta May Bell Norman was on training at the U. S. Army j kins. Mrs. Gladys Blye repor- C R

approximately 100 guests. I visiting relatives in Johnson Daryl Hilliard Wayne the puny list again Sunday Training Center Fort Gordon.Ga. t ter. O v R N

Mrs. Bennett expects to New York and New Jersey. Testone Donald Bennett and unable to attend church. ., May 31. Church News Y 0
leave about July 1 for Miss Arthurine Blanchard of L a m a r Johnson Marcella these dear 1 New Bethel
Eng'l We do hope all of Suggs received instruction Baptist Church,
land to visit her parents Jacksonville spent the week- Hardee..Donna Lamb. folks will soon be well again in Rev. A, Vinson, pastor. I I b$ I

other family members. It has I end with Miss Enza Blanch- Mary Pugatt Kathy Scott, and able to be up and around. combat techniques and in fir- I Sunday School will be held'at 'II m uV

been seventeen years since she ard and they visited their Connie Eunice Bonnie Louise Last Sunday, the third Sun- ing the M-14 rifle and M-60 I 9:30: Women's Missionary 4 pg Ian,

came; to be one of us and this I aunt, Mrs. John J. McLeod ina Rosier Betty Joe Sapp Char- day in June this young bearded machine gun two of the Ar- Union will be held at 5 p.m. I {thancrn

is her first visit home. Her Gainesville nursing home les Kenneth Norman Sharon man, Jim Strickland made my's newest infantry weapons. B. T. U. will be at 5:30. Morn- t.CC t

Alice Tatum Brenda Plorine his first effort to preach his I The 20-year-old soldier entered ing worship at 11. Evening our h
Jones, Karen Jean Lee, Jim- the Army in Januaryof
first sermon in 1901. or just worship will be at 7:30.:
AMBULANCE SERVICE my Lowery Donald Bennett. this year and completed Members ,
62 years ago. Most folks con- I and friends are .. '.
PHONE 964-2600 Wayne Bennett Joy Sapp sider themselves as being in basic training at Fort Gor- invited to attend these services. ---- BEFORE YOU BUY,

: Stanley Wheeler, Craig Pad- the elderly part of life and don, Ga. He is a 1961 gradu- '

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home gett James Clarence Knight, we dare say there are but ate of R.J.E. High School. Greater Allen Chapel A. M. .asFLORIDA K US WHY! ,

Jr., Ray Lowery, Barbara Jean few who have preached for E. Church, Rev. L A. Samp- .

DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Crawford. Sharon Dianne Tes- this number of years. True son, pastor.

Starke, Fla. ton Sharon Allie Tatum. he is growing weak physically Men and Women's day wil!
I Bonnie R o s i er, Shirley I be observed
:but not spiritually. He can' Sunday beginning
w .
RENTAL SERVICES Clark Joyce Marie Crawford,i still preach you a good serI I i with Sunday school at 9:45.:

Hospital Bed*. Wheel Chairs, Crutches Julius Eunice I mon in a few words. We do ,1 R: The men will have charge ofI

; Sp. Ed. 6th gradeJoseph not have to go to the foreign i I i the morning service at 11. The
I'I'I '
I Starling. fields: or be a great dynamic morning message will be delivered -
I Charles Smith 6th grade
I II speaker for our lives to standout by Rev. Freddie Bell

i I sportsmanship award. I for our Lord. True, he has of Lautey. Every one is invited -' .- : .. ._.
Air Condition Now I.I Oustanding award: Linda: '! been a wonderful preacher in I I! to hear this wonderful :i \v ':B'C\j.N-I :A i :J .ST' A.D'n.' r ;

Allen Edwin Charles ,. ,_,, : ;
!'' Darnell his day. according to all of I speaker. m '. .__ __ ; _-- .>_<-. .. ,
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SUMMER COMFORT: Norman Griffis Jack
FOR Peggy ,
the accounts I have of his : At 5 p.m. the women will
Dirrel Brassell Norman Jean J! work the Lord's work I have charge of service ,
or xr -
Air Conditioning Prevatt, Floyd Lee Pugatt. Jr., i work through him, but we can i k i I for the evening will be Mrs. One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group

Engineered To Bit Your Needs Joy Lynn Sapp. Richard Junior certainly "Shine where WE \;. I L. A. Sampson, the wife of ,

"WHOLE HOUSE COIFORT"BROWN'S : I Austin Donna Lamb ARE!r"We I Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor of i ii Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
b' '
!I Regina Gladieux, Craig Pad ,
had 73 present in Sun- i the church. All members are., ,
gett, Sharon Tatum Annie ,
day School Sunday, even if 15 ;
Fay Barnes. Ferrel Brassel 4 a -
. REFRIGERATION of these were visitors, and six : I
j|i Johnny Tye, Lawrence Ralph i." 'b I
: Gladieux. : were enrolled as new mem- .. I
226 S. Walnut Street I Patrol Pad :: bers. We were more than ;,.. I II I
Safety : Craig I
Phone 969-1121 pleased to have each and every -

I gett. I one. The Beginners won :::, :"'''' '

.I rmm..ymyr.y.m..l.1I | the banner with a grade of 70 '
U--- -i I 1 per cent. Now we feel proud .1.t".., : I
i i of US! We adult women were

i CLAY HILL !!I iI j the closest runner up with a ji j!'I --- -, "'- ,I

natural i grade of 60but why can't I Army Pvt. Leon H. Bright,

By Sirs. J. L. Strickland 1!i we make it a grade of 100 per i j son of Mrs. Elouise Bright, YOUR FORD DEALER I

ILAALAL&ALAALAALALLALIThe 1|1 cent Let's all, not just the' 639 N.W. Fourth St., Gainesville -

Highland members, but ALL i' Fla., completed eight
Preachers and Laymens' i
fellowship meeting ofj I j i BERS SUNDAY EVERYWHERE SCHOOL l\IEM-1 training weeks of at advanced the U.s.infantry We're selling trucks at the fastest pace in history, and we

gas the Black Creek Association!]! a great effort to make a grade I Training Center, Fort Gordon Army, aim to keep it up! There's real savings if you come in now!!
will be at the Black Creek '
'of 100 -just to how I
;? see we Ga., late in May.
church Saturday, June 29, at' I
feel. I dare say we will all Bright received instructionin
2:30 in the afternoon. All are | '
IS TilE MODERN GENIE feel so good about this until, combat techniques and in

THAT DOES YOUR invited to attend. II IIi we will try again, and again- I firing the M-14 rifle and M-
i The Black Creek Sunday NEW FORD !
right on and on. After all, it 60 machine gun, two of the PICKUP-RUGGEDLY BUILT
TODAY'S JOB BETTER Association met Monday night isn't hard to do, the first step Army's newest infantry LIKE THE BIG TRUCKS WITH NEW

: of this week with the Caleb is to be present! Will you do ons. The weap- .__ .....-. .. ... RIDING COMFORT!
20-year-old :
and does it quietly, cleaner, faster and more Baptist church. soldier = .. :; :::: : v"":" ,"..
I this? son of Hozell !..
ECONOMICAL.Call Ii i Our pastor George Chism Bright, Lawtey, Smooth riding-arul cjtei thanks to 26 pounds of
Fla., attended R.J.E.
was back with us Sunday In The Circuit Court Of I School in Starke. High i' cab insulation. But, "\tovQ all, Ford pickups are

us today for a free estimate morning after "resting" a Florida' Eighth: Judicial Circuit ,; tough. From axle! to axle, they're built: like the big
IIIlId For Bradford -la 4i
week helping to escort a Count,. In Chancery. trucks to hold up on the jcb.. ,and hold costs down!
STARKE NATURAL GAS troop of Boy Scouts on a RICHARD P. NORTON Seal ,
camping trip all of last week. Plaintiff, Oeorge TL Pierce, Attorney for ,.
CITY HALL Phone 964.2351 vs. Plaintiff
This was Boy Scout troop 226 LUCILLE NORTON 6/6 4t 6/27

of St. George Ga. their campis Defendant, -
at Salt Springs. These boys DTVCmCEAOTICI3 In The County Jull p'" Court _--j
Ol Ilr.-iilford County, FloridaIn :w.
went for a swim Sunday afternoon TO: Lucille Norton, residenceand Proliar yG w.yf _
back to barracks, address unknown IN nn: Estate of r
STARKE You are hereby notified thata Jin.VKY: O'HARA 1
changed clothes and all attended complaint for divorce has Deeeased. fir, : H u
church in one body all i been filed against you and NOTICE OF FIII\C PETITION'
you are required to serve a FOR rivu. DISCHARGE OF 1'
BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I fourteen boys, Scout Master, copy of your Answer or plead- AIHIIMSTIIATRIXXotire
Melvin Williams and two com- ing to the Complaint on the'' is hereby given that
plaintiff's attorney, IL' I have
George ; filed my final returnsas
mittemen all in uniform, I I
,| Pierre P. O Drawer 1030, Administratrix of the estate
I am positive this was a very Starke Florida, and file the of Henry O'Hara. deceased: I'E '.
AUTO REPAIRS SERVICE. impressive sight to behold. original Answer or pleading in that I have filed my petitionfor '
the office of the Clerk of the distribution and for final
Brother George says he wentto Circuit Court on or before the discharge and that on July 5th. ---- -
Gardners hear someone else preach,I 2Srh day cf June, 1963. If you 1963, I will apply to the Honorable "7
Earl's GarageALL fail to so do. a Decree Pro Theron A. Yawn, County I. .
the one who was booked to Confesso will be taken against Judge of Bradford County NEW ECONOLINE VANAMERICA'SMOST

KINDS' OP I Gulf ServiceEvery preach that evening had just I the you Complaint.for the relief demanded in final Florida returns, for and approval for an of order said of POPULAR DELIVERY TRUCK!

Mechanical Service injured his back so could not I Done and ordered at Starke, distribution and for final discharge -. HAULS MORE, SAVES MORE!
AtrIa REPAIR WORE General Repairs Automatic! I be present and Brother I Florida this 4th day of June, A. as administratrix of the ,
Transmissions George was the one chosen to D. 1963.Charles A. Darby cea estate,ed. of Henry O'Hara, de- More loadspace than od! -stYle panels more \

All Work Guaranteed the and to Clerk Circuit Court This 4th with side and
do preaching day of June 1963. loading ease big double doors at
GULF PRODUCTS Bradford County. Florida /,/ Fannie Elizabeth O'Hara
Phone 969-2364 beat allhe and all of the By Janet N. Carter j Administratrix rear. Yet Econoline costs less to buy, less to run.

So. Walnut Stut TIRES BATTERIES troop were a few minutes late Deputy Clerk 6/6 U 6/27 No wonder it's America's favorite delivery truck
I -
Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke in arriving for services and { '
I by
PHONE 964-6781 he didn't know he was to

I preachbut he did, nevertheless 1 i
FLORIST ,,.._, ,.
t But this nreachi >

i er's life, never know just when r .iA
j Colonial FloristI STARCH
Gilbert S. Brown J Jfitindard .: he will be called upon to !,-\<

Oil Service SUtlon' Dot Bagwell Mgr. ; ARE READY WHEN CALLED
I MEMBER F. T. D.Flouers j Our son. Charles Fields and
Wired World Wide family, returned to Ft. Leonard := ? -I--1
Budget Terms Road Service i r.O.A.',
Starke Phone 964.6291 !i Wood Mo., Friday of last -
; t
week. Needless to say we enjoyed -
Phone 964-7071 _
LANDSCAPINGi : the visit very much Spociil bgntfleat,Indnmds"sb'ckj ironing"prtttats -
407 N. TesrJ)le. Stark I i "" """" ""* even if we did get caught by jeUoKieg-makes garments scorch-resistant d

I WE SPECIALIZE IN bears monsters, panthers or E.Z F4 -

LANDSCAPINGAND j what have you? But we al- r I I I ;+,,, IQUIO I

Hurst'sService I NURSERY I, ways managed to escape without [Starch

Private and Commercial j much injury! Seems like I I ..wc.arw.orM1. COME 'VL
Station Property j these woods where we live is _

AlsC'J expert tree removal and II J a fine place for little girls' HOOD E-Z kM
-SINCLAIRGas imagination to turn them into t
Tri CountyDevelopment anything and everything but
Oils Lubrication I darling babies, but we were so : f -
Goodyear Tires Jt Batteries Co. I, pleased to have them with us IliHGt! TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

ROAD SERVICE I Trimming.Your j we were willing to face all of ,
the 'monsters or whatever ,
Satisfaction Guaranteed 206
700 & Walnut Stark 964-6111 came along to devour us; Of ,!I West Madison Street Starke, FloridarAGE
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