Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
June 27, 1963
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I By Commission, School BoardRedistrict t :h Pays $17,505 At AuctionGolden ,

I I Meet I, 1n1 Andrews Buys .':v : T:"

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I Triangle'Topping
A joint meeting of the only one of the three plans

Bradford County Commission I''' considered,by the county commission _j ____

and School Board has been the school board could I TIM1'I

set for 9:30: a.m. next Wed- legally: adopt would be Plan every bid madein

I nesday. July 3. to discuss a I I No. 3, the pie-shaped plan I I __ the hour and a half long u.I ; '

compromise in the county's 1 with all districts convergingat I L -' State Road Department MUHOE.T. ;

redistricting problem. accord-I''I a point in the middle of _1 auction last Friday, June .

ing to Clerk Charles Starke. The county commission __ 21, Guy Andrews finally : ',-,'
The commission has already i has turned down that became owner of Starke's"Golden .
( tentatively adopted the so-I plan, however, saying under it
Triangle" for $17- '- .' .
: 5OFT..g ,
called! "Squeeze Starke" plan!! a power dynasty of "city cornmissioners" \ I IB :t J
-. of redistricting in which the I' could possibly rula p'I 505.Only '
three I ,; f 18 feet at its widest .
rural districts are great the county. tl; ; 1I "*
ly enlarged and the North,I The. "squeeze" plan adopted ;;' < M; I end and 81 feet long the triangle \ ':t .g I '

and South Starke districts i has an area of approxi- o .
by: the commission however
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--"" : ,.. .- -- '... mately 730 feet. but "
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moved back into the city. But I was voted in on a 3-2 ballot -
the School Board has found I lof rural commissioners Green Auctioneer J. R. Bielling of the SRD (holding "You people know what you're bidding for, don't the sandy hot spot became one \ 00 CLOSEDI

that it cannot legally adopt 1 i [Brooker, Prevatt [Lawtey], white pad) drones and the 25 or so spectators lis- you>" Bielling asked at one point in the hour and a of the highest priced pieces of -

_ ,the "squeeze": plan because it I I and Chastain [Hampton]. i iI ten calmly last Friday! as Starke's "Golden Triangle"half auction. It rained, too. real when estate Andrews is Bradford County it for 6J0 PORTioN .
places two of its members '
,,I School Board Member Rodney -' went on the auction block to Andrews for $17,505. _ _ _ _ _ _ about $23.97 per square foot. \\o I OLD
Hall and W. [
Rodney E. Edi'JT 1 Hall has called the rural- I :

_ Lawson in the Hampton dis- urban ridiculous, saying "I Ga. Lawmaker Protests I Principal bidders other than -t'\I\ MONROE WINM.
trict. wouldn't care if my districtran BBS GiveniAccreditation P. 0. Improves Andrews, were J. D. Henderson : I

- Florida law' prohibits school I right in to the courthouse of Keystone Heights, Sena- I SiT DIXIE'

boards from adopting any redistricting I If I did I'd be saying I'm not Tag Arrests In Starke tor Charley E. Johns, Jimmy ,

plan which, would i, as qualified as somebody from '--' Mailing System I I Moore. Starke service station I I PflRK

remove any board member I I Starke and I don't believe owner and Freeman Register. t4EW\\ LOT
from his district. Unless the that." A Lowndes County lawmaker workmen were jailed at local Gulf Oil Dealer. Henderson I
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two boards can find a compromise -I.I But Supt. Morgan told the By State Dept. in an article in the Florida Starke This is also incorrect, %With ZIP CodeA ran the bids up to $17,500, .. ': 'f' '
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4t plan the only choice I I board that Starke is the center Times-Union Wednesday, expressed according to the Sheriff's Department Sen. Johns went out at $12,590, u&sl. : I :t'.,

left is to have separate coun- I of the county's population I displeasure at the arrest since the two men Moore at $11,000 and Registerat : :
of two men in Starke for taken $10,030. 301 I -1 : : .
ty commission and school and that somehow\ any redistricting -: Bradford High School has were white and were only Zone Improvement Pro- .

board districts, a solution thatIs I I plan would have to been fully accredited for the improper tags, but Bradford to the jail and allowed to gram will be put into effect A late arrival at the auction, '. ...
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highly undesirable to most:I cut into that. 1963-64 term by the State Department County officials maintain the post bond. They were not lock- 'by the Post Office Department i'Henderson, who has holdings in ; '
concerned because of the confusion citations were completely with- !the Henderson Land and Tim- .. .: :, -;
of Education, according ed up, according to the dep- effective July 1 in I : :". : "
it would, cause in votIng Sax Man 69 to Principal Tom Ca- in Florida law. uties. which each town will be givena I ber Company, began bidding at IhJl II : '. :., '-.' >.

At present the districts sey, but has been given sev- Georgia Rep. Fred Walker code number to place after $12,600. From that point on it p"I I I. ,. .

1 of the two boards have, identical Arrested On eral areas which must be corrected pressed his displeasure when Hampton Man the name of the state of all I was he and Andrews who top- ol ::
1 two workmen of a Valdostawell
boundaries I before accreditation can correspondence. ped each bid Henderson made .l I .
_5 At a special meeting of the driller's firm were arrested $5. When Andrews I
I be given for another year. The ZIP code is a revolutionary by topped
School Board on June 14 cal- Larceny ChargeA The major downfall of the for not having Florida license Seriously HurtIn new system of improved him by $5 at $12,635, Henderson ::111 I I I II

--f led ,to discuss the dilemma in plates on their trucks. mail jumped to $13,500 and .
school, according to the State dispatch and delivery '
which the board found, itself -year-old Jacksonville Department, is the library The two workers were in Auto MishapA 'which will be used nationally then made jumps of $500, up I I\\ 5.3't-FT." .

Supt. Harmon. Morgan told man, J. D. Crews, has been arrested which now has only 3,987 Starke for approximately 10 by the Post Office Departmentafter to $15,500 with Andrews always If.lMJ

I his group they had two choices and placed in the Brad- books on its shelves, but days to drill a well for the 56-year-old Hamptonman July 1. It will speed ?5 above him. MADISON ST. 5.1I|Ico

:, to meet with the"C qounty County Jail under $3,500 I needs 6,000 to meet require- Bradford County Hospital'snew Orville Brookins, was mail deliveries, allowing much Henderson increased his bids

commission in hopes of arrIv- !bond an grand larceny charges ments. The State Departmentrules 25-bed addition. seriously injured :Monday more work to be done by ma- to $1,000 jumps to $16,500 then to avoid a five-point, inter-. revert to the property owneron

ing at a compromise, qr to the Sheriff's office said Wed- say a library must have The two men, John T. Chiv- morning, June 24, when he chine, and reduce the chance to $17,500 and then quit when section and its resulting traf- each side.
make ,separate school board er, 39. of Quitman, Ga. and of -mis-sent Andrews went $5 above him
nesday. five educationally useful books attempted a U-turn on ,SR- mail.Starke's fic hazard. Sidewalk, curb, Since Friday's auction Guy
districts. The board after_ discussing -I Crews is accused of "f1imi per pupil. BHS expects an en- Brunner Powell 51. of Valdosta 100 and his vehicle was k.hit new code numberis again.- and gutter were installed a- Andrews now owns both sidesof

the issue for less than i flamming" Mrs. sally Anthony rollment of 1,200 next school were arrested on SR100on by another can 32091; Brooker, '32622; Law- At one point the auctioneer, crpss: the north end of Mun- the unused portion of the

an hour decided on the com of Starke of $1,200 on the pretext term and that will mean 6,000 May 29 ,as they were, leavIng Brookins was taken to ;4he tey 32058. : Keystone Heights, J. R. Bielling.Jr., district chiefof roe, closing this entrance to street and he will get the entire
promise., ,AU agreed it would he could obtain her the county to return home 32656 Lake the SRD's,Management and
Geneva 32660. .
J books.It Hospital suffering traffic. closed, P9 i'tIoio. Mpruroe.He
Bradford County ,
I be, confusing; to voters to have, husband's release from the leaves the school 2,025 according to Deputy Sheriff from .Internal. injuriesand I Numbers were not availablefor Disposal Branch .in Lake City, Traffic from 'Munroe now I wilt"then own all the

10 voting' districts in the coun- State Prison atv Raiford. Crews' library books short and Principal Robert Green. They/ were taken Hampton, Graham, or asked "You people know whatyou're ; flows into 301 through a. new southwest corner of the inter-
ty.: 'has also ,been ,convicted on to the Bradford County shock, according to Florida R iford. bidding for, don't you?"
connecting link and Madison
I Casey says he is now approximately section of 301
As things stand now the grand larceny charges in Dual compiling a list of books and Jail, allowed to post bond, Highway Patrol :rrooper According to Acting-Post- The parcel itself is hardly 110 feet back from MadisonSt. Street clear back to the old

County. The husband, former will ask for bids so he can arid were not jailed Green E. L. Jones investigating of- I master Blake Jackson patrons large enough for a hot dog Winn Dixie building which he

Sen. JohnsReapPCinted Harry Anthony, Is servinga present the price to the School said.The ficer. His 1955 Chrysler was a I should affix the numbers of stand, and its peculiar value Consequently, there is a also owns.

six' month to five year term Board. It is estimated that the two Georgia workmenwere total loss. their town on letters when lies not so much in what it is portion of Munroe St., 50 feet t Andrews had also sought

for manslaughter.He handed a citation by Tag The five membeI: Indiana corresponding so that when worth itself. but what it may wide and about 110 feet long
books will average $3 each unsuccessfully, to purchase thetriangular
arrested last Thurs- 1 I Inspector Ben Rowland on family whose 1963 Chevrolet the letter mean in the future to Andrews
was for total is returned or an- which runs parallel with the
a of approximately hot spot writingthe
day, June 20, at his home in May 22 and instructed to buy plowed into Brookins: were all swered the sender will use who has fought for title to the old Winn Dixie Store, that is
Road Department as
i Td Probe Group Jacksonville. :Mrs. Anthony, Casey said this week he is until license May tags.24,They two days were, to given get injured slightly with cuts and the number as part of the o- tract since December, 1962. no longer being used as a far back as Dec. 11, 1962 withan
__ according to the sheriff's department uncertain I bruises. They-were all treatedat riganal patron's address. In At one point in May of this street. It is assumed that this
how he will raise offer to purchase the par-1
the tags but still did not have
_ State' Senator Charley E. had only one receiptfor the funds to purchase the them when they were leaving. the Bradford County Hospital that manner, Jackson explained year the County and the unused portion of Munroe will i eel at its "nominal market

Johns has been appointed to $300 which crews had writ- books if the School Board the county on May 29, the and released. The car the numbers will eventually Chamber of Commerce became eventually be closed by the) value." He had the property

a fifth consecutive terrain) ten and signed on a plain white turns down his request. deputy said.According. was driven by Howard James be desiminated throughoutthe interested in the small tract. city and half of the area will' appraised in January by C. J
the controversial legislative sheet of paper. Crews got the Other requirements which Jenkins, 4$; of" Highland, In- entire country. The County wanted title to i
to County JudgeT. O'Connor of Keystone Heights
investigating committee that money from Mrs. Anthony on di na., He was accompaniedby it so the fundsi from the sale I
must be met by the school before A. Yawn, Florida law states There would be too many who gave an opinion that itsfan
_ bears ,his name. the pretext that he could use \ accreditation for the that license tags must be pur- : his wire and three chil cities and towns to publish a could be used in any manner Property ValuesHit market value was $369.
desired. As it is the
The investigating group got it and his influence to obtain 1964-65 school term will be dren. booklet with all the numbers, now
chased if a becomes a loAn-
person The SRD subsequent
( tagged the "Johns Committee I Anthony's release. Brookins was booked on a county will still get use of the ,
given are: 1] claiming time resident here accepts employment the postmaster explained. authorized"t
drews' request, ."
'I- because the Starke, senator Anthony might have already charge of improper start froma money but it Is slated for the
for teachers 2] health serv- or enrolls children in Jackson stressed, however, $$18,342,117Property sale and advertised notice ofa
has served on the committee I been released, since he was, stopped position Accordingto Secondary Road Fund.
ice evaluation in the physical the public schools in this state. the importance of all citizens auction for that
since its creation in 1956,. convicted'in 1961, but he is confined Trooper Jones, Brookinshad The Chamber wanted the public
text- learning their town's number
education, and 31
"As far as I'm on March 22, As was the
most of the time as chairman,, to the tuberculosis ward pulled off the pavementonto site for a new building but pose
books for physical education arrests were completely and using it in their return in Brad- case last Friday when the par-
The Just-completed legislature at the prison. the north shoulder of then decided not to pursue
classes. addresses in all correspondence ford County now total $18-
i II legal Wednesday.The cel was finally sold, no bid
the issue. But on Saturday,
expanded the committee'ipower IINeed The---- _State__n _Denartment_ ______n_ requires __- Times-Union quoted SR-100 at the long curve and in taking the num- I' 342,117 an increase of $2.- : less than $390 to be ac-
May 18, a legislative hearing !
to investigate Copy Early 1 that each public school the Lowndes County representative three miles west of Keystone bers from return addresses 329,800 over last year accord-
I was held in the county court- cepted.
and homosexuals and
ai-I teacher have a !>slannin per- I as saying "I don't thinkit Heights and was attemptinga when answering mall. ing to the new tax roll compiled -
so to probe the activtiies of Next Week Due U-turn in the middle of the house to decide who should The sale was never held
Tax Assessor Gene
iod during the school day Florida by
i3 fair for us to let "The ZIP Code is literallythe
It tor
title to the however. S n a Charley
Nazi in Florida. get property. e
party To July 4 HolidayCopy which is free from direct responsibility commercial vehicles all Long.
run last word in mail addressing to
Other senators named to the road.He was decided that it would be Johns said he Intervened
I of chiliren.: BHS over South Georgia without I was struck in the left ." Jackson said. and for The $2 million increase was
for the coming biennium sold through normal channelswith have it postponed because he
committee for next week's issueof teachers did not have the required Georgia tags when our,peopleon side by the Jenkins car as it the first time will permit post the received cred- caused mostly by the new hydrocarbons .
I are Robert Williams the Telegraph must be in planning time last term isolated jobs in Florida are' rounded the curve and apparently office employees to short-cut money plant at Brooker, felt the public was not sufficiently
ited to the county's secondary the
and Pinellas informed mat-
I of OracevUle the office by Monday July 1, with most of the instructors required to buy Florida tags." was not seen by repeated reading of addresses. Long said. Other big items are qn
Park Republican C. W. Young. road program. ter and he wanted to Cice' the
since the paper will be pub- teaching a full six period The T-U also stated that Brookins Jenkins' Chevroletslid The addresses on mail The prized parcel was left; the new bowling alley, Starke
to the committee
-& Appointed lished a day early due to the day. On the seven period Rep. Walker said Florida law 38 feet before it made must often be read as manyas from Lanes, the new Florida Bank county get as much from the

,I from O Mitchell the house of Leon.were Richard George July 4 holiday next Thursday. schedule which the school has requires that a person livingin contact with Brookins' par, eight or 10 times by postal as the excess re-routing right-of-way of U.s. 301 At Starke, and the new Gate- sale of the property as pos

'Next week's edition of the planned for next term, however -' Florida, making living to Jon- Chevrolet
or car, according Trooper proper w a y Company.
SUllings of Dufal County, employees to'get it to the south from Call Street. sible.After
Earl Fairclfcth of Dade and Telegraph will go to press a planning period has here, has to purchase a license es, .and damage to it was esti- destination ,and each With the new route of 301 Some of the increase also the postponement the

Leo Jones of Bay County. Wednesday, July 3, because of been provIded. tag. According to Judge Yawn mated:at .1000. handling adds to the chance cutting through east of the came from Long's continuing matter came to the attentionof
; the annual holiday and all Health evaluation require- Florida law says "accepts em- store the equalization program in which the public and the various
for human error. With the old Win Dixie ,
correspondents ministers and ments include physical exam- ployment" but does not men- Boat Registration ZIP Code the clerk will need Road Department closed the values were raised due to the parties let their interest In
publicity chairmen and others inations for each student once tion "making a living." of construction. become
I I at type the "Golden Triangle"
BANKHOLIDAY only glance at the code to north end of Munroe St.
with news items are asked to in the junior high school According to the T-U, Dick Deadline ExtendedTo (Continued on Page Four) Madison [see map] in order Non-exempt property $1- known. Subsequent events, already -

have them in by Monday (grades 7, 8, and 91] and Davis, the Valdosta. wen driller August 1stAt 868,030 to a new high of $12- recounted led finally

I' .m. __ __ [Continued on Page 4] said two of his Negroto .. '- 168.017, in taxable nronertv.... in Vhtt... fltirMnn.. last PridftV.. ..
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Director Randolph SUWANNEE- : >;' to
The servation : big leap of $1,391,270 up Septic Tank ,
Hodges the Cabinet has extended $4,188,440 because of the hydrocarbons -I
_ -- RIVER "
T Community State Bank = the deadline for registering UNO. ,, plant and real estate Permits RequiredBy
:== -: boats using Florida ,.;- values Jumped $476,760to Florida Law

And The waterways a month-from July < : 6989930.
: 1 to 1. f / Homesteads also showed an ,I '
'.."; ..,, Florida Sat laws require
_; Florida Bank at Starke The extension was granted ( f : creased from $10.755,000 in;|that permits for the construction -

to avoid confusion! the new I : The total tax roll has in- of septic tanks must be obtained

Will Be Closed boat registration law might SDUNMH 776430. Long said from the local healthI
cause and it will allow all Flori-I creased from $10,755,00 in
tIELL4oflf1 I department, according to Bra Thursday, July 4 da boatmen'sumcient time to h I, 1958, the first year the coun-I ford County Sanitation Officer

register their craft. ---- ty broke the $10 million bar- Trawick.
Independance Day Under the new law, boat rier, to its present $18,342,117.It The sanitation officer shall,
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owners will pay to register, jpjj \s 11J.-- has almost doubled in the in accordance with the health

their boats under a graduated i j past five years, showing how
size of
code, determine the
fee system according to the : kw .. much the value of propertyhas the tank and the drain field.
length of the craft. increased.A .
I of
location of the tank type
This Space Contributed i Twister Takes Chicken House Roof The cabinet also appropriatedan mill in Bradford Countyin drains, grease traps and materials -
-I emergency fund of $25,000 Suwannee River DisplayFlorida 1958 was worth $6.681 compared used for construction.

Weekly to Publicize !,I to the State Beverage Department to $11,561, almost twice Where a biulding permit Is

;I Ernie Newsome who lives on the area during Sunday afternoon's 'was taken Monday. He said to take care of the Bank employees Brenda Lewis (left) sad Shirley that amount this year.

- Community Events by SR-100 toward Keystone thunderstorms. the twister lifted some small cost of paper work in collecting 1 :Morrison view the display erected at the bank by the Sowannee Long: also pointed out thatno !involved be issued such applications by local governments may'not -
the extra three cents tax new railroad assessmentshave
Heights six miles from Starke I I The twister went through cows and colts off their feetas River Authority showing many of the attractions of the scenic until a copy- of the septic -
The CommunityState it slashed through the barn per package on cigarettes. The been received by his office -
points to the roof of one of the end of-the house ripping yard. Newsome himself had to tax was raised from five to water way. but he said they should tank construction permit...
feet and the The most eye-catching feature of the display *.*.t of 12 has been attached to the application ..
Bank his chicken houses to show I off 40 of roofing hold tightly to the screen eight cents per package by increase also. He said the rail

damage done by a small tornado door which Newsome had door of his porch to keep the 1963 Legislature. revolving: slides depicting scenes 'along the river, being seen road assessments are almost form by-the, Health

I i l. in the above photo by Brenda. and Shirky.. always late in coming in. Department.Julian ; .
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_-) == I Miss :Margaret: Duncan has I Mr. and Mrs. Chester Had- ; ____ 1,Bob Stars follows: I CHARLES A. DARBY. the place or residence and post -
Hope Clerk of Circuit Courtf ff&-e address ofthe claimaiu _
.. the district sock of Lakeland, Ga. were last -'Jvc I' Certificate Xo. 38 Year of Issuance -
'- accepted position as lhH.Dt'1'ription! Bradford County. Florida and must be sworn to byIe _
--- director of the Council ofCimp \Thursday evening guests ot. At Florida In"CallfaeBwana" of Property Lots 6-27 4t 718AOTICE claimant his agent or his ai-

r... Fire Girls in Pomona 'Mayor and:Mrs. Randal Chitty. :-- 6, 7. of Blk 20 in X-Reno S/D. torney.according or to it law.will. become void _-
Name in which assessed Willie -
I ..... I Calif. Enroute to California she Mrs. A. Russell Norman visited Mae Powell.All FOR TA\ DEED June 22, 1963.!

......, I visited Lt. asd Mrs. Drury her sister, Mrs. D. N. Den- ,i' Not to ,Morrocco, not Hong of said property being in sec. 1W.16, ... S. Isl COXX !'CL-lRK. ____
-- Administrator of the Estate
mark in Jacksonville Mon- the County of Bradford. Stateof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
= Wellington!,- in Big Springs, on .. K ng,'nor Zanzibar but to the I Florida. that Carl Harton the holder oftht' of I. E.:-Clark deceased.
Texas. Unless such certificate following certificates has I First publication on June :
day.Leonard "-. land of the Ekeles a strange, or certificates -
b------ Dorothy Angelynn Dunagan Conner of Orlandois Ii...' shall be redeemed ac- filed said: certificates for a tax 1963.!
primitive in the heart- j & PIERCE
t people
deed be issued thereon. The
cording law the property described to I
..-" :Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- 1 daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. visiting his grandparents, \ I 203-205 North Temple Ave.
$ ....... Beth McQuaig of \Yavcross3a. of darkest Africa goes Bob in such certificate or I certificate numbers and yearsof ,
...onib and son, Chuck recently (( is spending this week wither I'M. Dtinagan of Starke, is one I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner and .-' : Hope. accompanied by gorgeous -, certificates will be sold to the 'I il1ighp't the issuance property, the and description the names of in j: Starke. FloridaAttorneys Administrator: _
bidder kt the courthouse
""'; sUed Mr. and :Mrs. Bert New- b grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. of 151 students attending the ;Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Anita Ekberg in their i door on the first Monday which it was as.;es.ed are as I; 627it 718Fun

:: ont1 in Camden, 1( :J". lor a IJ]tfack Williams. sUmmer quarter at Tilt College, this week. .- If latest spoof "Call Be Bwana" 'I'! in Month of August 1963.:: whichis i follows: I
N. L. Woodburn and i f th* StU day 4fAugust, Certificate No. 16 Year of Is-
*-ve k. Last week :Mrs. New- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reeves Forsyth, Georgia. Mrs. i II opening color at the Florida j -Dated euance 19fil.Description.
this tth of
comb and Chuck and Mrs. By- md sons are moving this weekend I PFC Marvin Brown returned family left Monday for two !" I Theatre this Sunday Monday 1963. U'3'1 of Property Lot 12 For All
in Ott* SD of Lawtey.
Tfewcomb and to Fort Knox, Ky. on Tuesday weeks visit with her mother, and CHARLES A. D\ _
( ron, daughter, 4 to Tampa where Mr. Tuesday, June 30 and Name in which assessed Llz-
Debbie, visited relatives in OrI I Reeves will be coach at King I after 13 days leave of ab Mrs. Josie Matthews and fami-j I I July 1 and 2. Bradford Clerk of County Circuit Florida.Court of j I ale Mi-Quire Est., 'are' Claude SCOTCHDOUBLES

lando., ]High School. sence. ,ly in Ottumwa Ia. I Americans have never seen (SEAL) i Myers.All .of said property being In

:Mrs. !f. W. Lance, former Mr. and :Mrs. Billy Dealing Mrs. M, C. Stith.and daughter -I Lt. and Mrs. John Butler of I the likes of The Twist as Hope 6-S7 4t 7-18 !! the County of Bradford, ;Plate; of _

Etarke resident, is spending a I and four sons of Jacksonvillewere Sandra of Falls Church :Camp LeJuene N. C. were and Ekberg do it surroundedby Florida. shallFe
I Unless such certificates
I 1m The Clrralt Coart Of !
month at Kingsley Lake with 1 Tuesday dinner guests of Va. and Misses Mary Brownleeand Saturday visitors of Mr. and I nearly 100 grass-skirted natives }"ttrll'.. Elcfeth JBdleial Clr- redeemed according to law

her children and their fami- :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. Joyce Humphrey of Baltimore Mrs. Lester Crews. ___ I whose version of the cult 1.ael For Bradford! the property described in such
I-w- Can 1(7. la ('.. certificates will be sold to ths
and .C'eI'T.
lies. Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray Md. arrive Sunday for Mrs. Clyde Sinclair I spirited modern dance number RICHARD F. NORTON. j highest bidder at the court

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman .and children :spent last Thursday -I two weeks visit with their mother daughter, Evelyn, attended, a II Cadet Crawford has replaced the old ceremonial Plaintiff, JUMISO door on the first Mondayin

recently returned from a tour I to Sunday at Daytona I :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and i wedding in Ocala on Saturday ,Frosh AF ROTC II I dances and Bob and An- LUCILLE i the Month 5th of day August.of August 1963! whichis 1963.

of Europe, arranged by the :Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen. I afternoon.Mr. ita join in the celebration.The Defendant Dated this 24th day of June,

Florida:' Garden Club. which Earl Denmark of Jacksonville : and Mrs. Lester Crews ; I DIVORCE 1963.
..ut on Rev. Richard Barber of Haw- Cadet R nat O. Crawfordof new comedy adds up to AOTICE SEAL)

.they v, sited the Chelsey Flower thorne and Mrs. G. A. Barberof and :Miss Jeannette Norman and daughter, Carolyn, visited I Starke has completed the I some pretty zany highjinxand TO: Lucille Norton residenceand CHARLES; A. DARBY, ,
and the In- of Miami were Saturday his father, Thomas Crews, in address unknownYou Clerk of Circuit Court of
Show London
in afternoon
Gainesville were Sunday in Air daughter, including a golf Bradford County, Florida
:first curriculum
year ? i notified thata
4k are
ernatibnal Horticulture Exhibit yisitors- Mr. and Mrs. evening guests of Mr. and Mr$. Venus last Wednesday and Science of a four year programat game with the famous Arnold ; complaint for divorce has 6-27 4t 7-18 EVERY -

in' Hamburg, Germany. They L. A. Hazen. David Browning. Thursday. :Toung University, Palmer on an African course. been filed against you, and ,

"">' site( nine countries during Mrs. Don Page is visiting Attending the majorette Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Williams Proyo.-Utalv.Brighanf ,/ Assisting in the shennani-I you copy are of your reQuired Answer to or serve plud'I a 'j'I, IV nXU COTXTY FOR JUDGE'S BR.\COrD DFORUCOr.TV. ?. 'THURS. NITE

their tour. S-Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reesein camp at Camp Oxford near'.of San Antonio, Texas and Mr. ; gans are lovely Edie Adams ing to the Complaint FLOUIUIn ,\.
week. Wildwood this week are Janet 'jand Mrs. John Connelli of Chi- During the freshman ,year I' plaintiffs attorney George II. I re: Estate ofI.
( Carol Searing has just returned Goldsboro, N. C. this consisted of sub- and mustached and bald- Pierce. P. O Drawer 1030. i i.Starke i E. Clark, decrased.OTICK _
home after a week's :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green and Hardy,Joanne Scott, Becky Sellers -|cago, HI. were last Thursdayand the. program headed Lionel Jeffries and a !:; Florida, and file the i :\ TO CREDITOR'S'! CALL 964-6261 -
Ann Bob- and jects such, as the Factors of original Answer or pleading in | All creditors of the estate of
Betty Register, of Mr. -
'visit in Snaads with Mr. and Mrs. 'Pearl aults spent Wed- Friday guests host of wild animals includinga the For Information
Major Ideological office of the Clerk of the I I. E. Clark. doceas !d, are hereby -
'"''frs. Colie Nichols and friend>> nesday in Zephryhills visiting bie Sue Barksdale, Kay Hais- Mrs. Donald McRae. Aerospace few who play golf. Circuit Court on or before the :, notified and required to file
fI" lop and Harriet Harper. Conflicts, and Aerospace Lead- I 28th day of June. 1963. If you j any claims or demands which
relatives.Mr. W. Anderson
Mr. and :Mrs. A. -
:Mr. and Mrs. Rex Danstiy I fail to so do. a Decree Pro they have against said
and daughter of Adele, Ga. and Mrs. M.: J. Dyal of Margie Ann Dowling if Jr. and family of Ventura, ership. Yawn To Open Confe. will he taken affc'nsf'' I', estate In the office of the county Starke Lanes

Delray Beach are visiting Mrs.T. spending several weeks with Calif. arrive this weekend for Cadet Crawford has been accepted you for the relief demanded in judge of Bradford County, ; _
were weekend guests of Mr.. New Law the Complaint. Florida, in the courthouse at
friends and relatives in Phila- in the sophomore phaseof OfficesIn
**and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. D. Dyal this week. several weeks visit with their I Done and ordered at Starke, Starke. Florida. within six calendar AMUSEMENT -
Bill Green and Bill O'Hara delphia, Pa. parents, Mrs. Anderson Sr. ,Air Science and upon completion Florida this 4th day of June, A. I months from the date of
Mrs. S. G. Denmark and Register BuildingCounty I). 1963. of this no- CENTER --
first' publication
weekend at Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nix Jr. Cald- of this second phase the :
spent the Daytona and Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Charles A. Darby tice. Each claim or demand must
'daughter: Joyce, are spending !
Beach. and sons of Philadelphia, Pa. well. will be eligible for acceptance Clerk Circuit Court. I' be in writing and must state! !
Judge T. A. Yawn
several days with Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County. Florida
J. :M. Vickers and' family in Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Ward of have spent the past week with Sally Torode visited relativesin in the Advanced AFROTC o-I announced! this week that he By Janet N. Carter '

Brunswick, Ga. Orlando were Saturday visit- her mother, Mrs. Wesley An- Macclenny from Friday to\'gram. I will open offices for private Real Deputy Clerk :!

I"' ,Mr. and :Mrs. B 1. ors of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. idrews and also visited Mr. Andrews Monday.Mrs. practice in the newly remodeled George H. Pierce, Attorney for :,
Glenn. in the hospital in Mac- Methodist Church Plaintiff I i i
Register Building at 122
and children visited friends I : Kenneth Tyus and baby 6/6 4t 6/27 FLORIDA--THEATRE--
Mrs. J. H. Fields was the clenny.Mr. South
Walnut St. shortly after -
and relatives in Charleston.V.. Susan of Argentia Navy base, -
guests of Mrs. T. D. Stroud and Mrs. Lee GrahamJr. Thursday, June 27, 3:30: p. m. July 1. I
Va., Lexington, Ky., and Gat- Newfoundland is spending a In The r.anty ".dlr '. Court !
,. llnburg, Tenn. last week. last Thursday to Sunday while and family of Birmingham, I month with her in-laws, Mr. Church Library is open; 7:30 p. Yawn said he still plans to Of Bradford County, Florida {i
visiting her sister, Mrs. Ro1ert Ala. are spending several weeksat m. Chancel Choir Rehearsal; In ProbateIX
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr.:{ land :Mrs. H. K. Tyus. continue to devote full time RE: Estate of
,Tanner in St. Vincent's Hos- their cottage on KingsleyLake. 7:30 p. m. Commission on Membership I' hENRY O'HARA,
and sons, Bobby and Bill Dodd t Dr. and :Mrs. V. W. Strick- and Evangelism. to his county judge's post but Deceased.NOTICK .

spent Sunday at St. Peters- pital.Mr. (land Jr. and children of Des- that his private practice has OF FILING PETITIONFOR
I and Mrs. Robert Firth Sunday June 30, 9:45 a. m. FI\AI. DISCHARGE OF
,.. burg. I Mr. and :Mrs.: Harold Smith |Moines\ la. are spending sev- expanded to the point that he ADMINISTRATRIX _
and :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bort- and children of Palatka and Church School for all ages; will have to open an office and _
Mrs. T. D. Dyal has returned eral weeks with her parents :Notice: is hereby given that
from three weeks in Gain 's- chard flew down to New Smy- Mr. and Mrs. Buck Raulersonof Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship- hire an assistant.The I have filed my final returns

rna Beach for dinner Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville were last Fri- Nursery provded; 6:30: p. m. judge also announcedthis as Administratrix of the eat OPENING TIME _
_yille] visiting her daughter, of Henry O'Hara. deceased:
Mrs. Marie McDavid. and Mrs. Mike Gihhooley day guests of Mrs. Wesley] An- Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar and Snack supper for MYF; 7:00p. : week that he has been: tbat I have filed my petitionfor MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
daughter Ann, are in Sanford Youth 8:00: !' distribution and for final 6:00 P. M.
m. Meetings
and overnight ; p.
: Mrs. Bill Costello and children son Clay, were drews. : appointed county judge of'
I discharge and that on July 5th
visited the Children's Mu- guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohenof from Tuesday to Friday visit- 'm. Evening Worship-Nursery I Putnam County for nine days !: 1963:!, I will apply to the Honorable -I SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00: _

A. L. Gagnon in Jacksonville. Sing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theron 4t. Yawn County
scum in Jacksonville on Mon\ I Aberdeen, Md. arrive Fridayto Hugh Truluck. from June 22-30. He has been ]i I Judge of Bradford County.

I day. I Mrs. Gladys Scholl attendedthe spend two weeks with her Monday, July 1, 3:00: p. m. assigned there, largely on a I Florida. for approval of said

: Attending the Christian Florida Civil Defense Association mother, Mrs. Wesley .todrews. ford Local County admittances Hospital this to Brad-week Circle II will meet at the homeof standby basis, to replace Put- I distribution final returns and and for for an final order discharge of-f Friday, Saturday -- June 28,. 29

4 Youth Conference Camp near meeting in Sarasota Mrs. A. G. Loudon Jr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields; 7:30: p. m. nam County Judge W. E. War- as! administratrix: of the

: Silver Springs this week are last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr. were include: Orville Brookins, Commission on Education ren who is away on business. estate of Henry O'Hara, de- I DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO. I
Mathew A. Griffis, Mrs. Carrie cell bed.
Wayne Blankenship, Emory Mrs. Nascy Gunter of Miamiis in Tallahassee several days last Mae Rosier, :Mrs. Bonnie Lee Meeting; 8:00: p. m. Official This 4th day of June, 1963.

: Prevail, Beth Jordan and Debbie -' spending several weeks with week on business. Board Meeting. Recent Birth: /9/ Fannie Elizabeth O'Hara
McKinney, all of Starke, Smith Administratrix 1 NO. 2
e Inklebarger.Mr. her sister, Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mrs. Annie Register, motherof Johns of Lake Butler and Wil- Tuesday, July 2, 10:00: a. m. 6/6 4t 6/2 I, K _
and Mrs. M C. Johnson and :Mr. Shaller. STTe"was ac Mrs. H. A. Lawson, is a Circle I will meet at the homeof Mr. and :Mrs. William Brown, j

: of Ozark, Ala. and Mr. andS 'companied here by Mr. and medical patient in Bradford, ford Springs.Mr. McBride. of Green Cove Mrs. Charles Sawyer; 10:30a. : Starke announce the birth of NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEEDSee. -- -- c-, K

Mrs. Simon Hobbs Jr. and children I:Mrs. Carl White Jr. and children County Hospital.Mr. and m. Circle IV will meet at the a daughter, Teressa Sherry, 11>>.18, F. K.XOTTCE TAB l :i:
Mrs. C. M. Patrick Piaj : i
: of Greenville, S. C. spent of Miami who went on to, and Mrs. Joe Jordan. and children of West Florida home of Mrs. T. T. Long; 10:00a. : June 24, in Doctor's Hospital.W.C.T.U. IS HEREBY GI'.ENthat ; 1 HUNTERFRANKIE .,
the past week with Mr. and Nashville, Tenn. after spending and family of Lakeland spent, the m. Circle V will meet at Carl Ilarton the holder "
I' spent past week with her the following certificates hal AVALON < .w
: :Mrs. Frank Reeves. Saturday with the Shallers.I the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldonat the home of Mrs. Ben Moxley; filed fcaid certificates for a tai

aa H. A. Lawson.Mr. 3:30: p. m. Church: Library is deed to be i issued thereon. Th wI ,4 I Tfrkit 'i I II
_ Crystal Lake. certificate numbers and year: :
& and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns open. "THERE ARE TWO chap- of issuance, the description of I I

.. i were in Tavares.over. the weekend .. ters in the. life story of a drunk the property, and the names in c 3 L. )4.
DEPENDABLEpSERYICE 1. .. and son -Jacksonville spent, t dlesday.dJuly.3"i ,. 10:00 a. .. '"*- r ., '.. which it was assessed are as ,
: visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. the weekend with her parents, m. Circle III will meet at the I ard. follows: '-r1it ; ic6\:;;; ;: AMERICAN )INTERNWONAfS t -_
Akridge Taxi Service First ;_ :
A. Green and family. : lie could have stoppedif Certificate Xo. 82 Year of Issuance .
I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and home of Mrs. C. E. Hernwall; o 1961.Description. ? h -
he would. / \\
Lynn and Janelle Pollard are 7:30 and of 1 A OPERATION
Carr Colley. ;; p. m. Prayer Meeting Property
,visiting relatives in Hatties- Bible Second: He would have stopped 210 Ft. Sq. in SE Cor or NE i
admittances to Doctor'sHospital ,Study.
Ex. R/W 34 T 6 S. R. 22 E.
if lie could." Sec.
burg Miss. for three weeks.
this week include: Name in which assessed J. C.
Attending Camp Gilead near Willis (NATIONAL VOICE.) Barton.All .
Evan Brooker
& Broughton, 5 Local Students
of said property being in
,Polk this week Marilyn .
I James Moody, Mrs. Lois I '. the County of Bradford, State of ALLIED AXIlttS Xtlcoie _

,1 .. Bollinger, Jane Thompson. Thigpen, Mrs. Alma Starling, I!Receive UF DegreesI AOTICE OF APPLICATION Florida. shall
Unless such certificates
Peggy Sanders, Marilyn Patterson Miss Darlene Huff Mrs. Eleanor FOR TAX D"F.D be redeemed accordingr law

and Nancy Gay. Johnston of Melrose and I Degrees were conferred, at 'sec. lW.lfl. F. S. the property described in such Sun. Mon Tues. June 30 July 1 2 _

: PHONE :Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, J. 'Mrs. Dave Shadd of Lake But i the University, of; Florida at that XOT1CE R. L. IS Batten HEREBY the holder GIVEN of, highest certificates bidder will be at sold the to courthouse the ,

S. Sapp and Mrs. Carlton Chas- ..'r the end f' Term A'of the the following certificates has filed door on the first MondayIn

; Starke, Fla. 964-2681 tain visited Mr. and Mrs. Vic- ler.Mrs.. L. L. Roane of ', third trimester ion five local -I said certificates for a tax Month of August 1963 which NRRYSMJZMWI.1BOSHOPO7! } An1th'EKbO1
Lexington deed to be
i issued thereon. The l la the 5th day of August, 1963. ,
Dillon S. C. last 'I studenLwho _
tor Berry in Va. is visiting her sister, were among certificate* numbers and years of Dated this 24th day of June, '

week. Mrs. John Love Wilkes at the : 313 candidates,.from-,.17 \fields property issuance,, the and description the names of the in 1963.(SEAL) aLLMeOrn

home of Mrs. Gladys Weldonand of study. which it was assessed are as CHARLES A. DARBY

a a will also visit Mrs. A. Z. Brooker James Terrel follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of _
-:__ _. __ Certificate No. 41 Year of Is- Bradford County, Florida
-p.---' --- Adkins at Kingsley Lake. Green bachelor of science in suance 1961.Description. 6-27 4t 718OTICK

George Patten Jr. of FSU was Ii forestry., of Property Com. -
I I- I 860' E & 30' :X of SW Cor of
home for the weekend.Mr. > OF APPLICATIONFOR
Keystone HeightsHenry -\'WU of SWJ N 100', E 50', TAX DEED I
and Mrs. S. E. Reyes I I S 100% W 50'. to FOB
and family of Jacksonvillewere Quincy Hall, Jr., bachelor of Name in which assessed Wi- Her. 1M.16. F. S.GIVEN. iL'rI1ii _
lie Lee
science In business adminis- Pierce.All .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.I I tration. 'I of said property being in that Carl Harton the holder of
the following certificates has
.k 'at -. : ...: .' S. Sapp on Sunday. i the County of Bradford, State
,' < ; ,;: ; filed said certificate for a tax
.' Lake Butler- Ronald Dean i of Florida. deed to be isj-ued therron. The j1E (T
S I Visiting Bill Tflley at the !| Unless! such I
.: or certificates and
'''+ '" Davis, bachelor of science in I certificate numbers yearsof
"- : Lake VA
,' City hospital the shall be redeemed
t: : : according issuance. the description of _
I past week were Mrs.\ Till y, physical education. : to law the property described the property, and the names in 1J

GENERAl ELECTRIC GEtHRAl ElECTRIC :Mr.: and Mrs. Robbie Shaller, StarkeMary Agnes Ferguson -I. certificates in will such be certificate sold to the or which follows:it was assessed are as 14

: Mrs. Nancy Gunter, Mr. and ; bachelor of arts in education highest bidder at the court Certificate Xo. 49 Year of Issuance % "1S/ _d
:Mrs. L. M. Gaines and Eugene Frazier house door on the first Monday 1961. ?' /
Mr. and in Month 4 '
.' of August, 1963 whichis Description of Property Lot
'FREEZER CHEST FREEZER Mrs. Eldon Sapp and Mrs. P. Shaw, a degree in law. the 5th day of August, 1963. 15 of Blk 2 in Nat Williams ___

D. Reddish. Mr. under- Dated this 24th day of June, SD.Name
Tilley .
1963. in which assessed Alfonso
went surgery on Monday.Mrs. Recent BirthsMr. CHARLES A. DARBY. Jenkins. Wednesday, Thursday -. July 3, 4

Mae Jones of Jacksonville Clerk of Circuit Court of All of said property being in
Bradford County, the County of Bradford. State of
I t 4.Tf 1 H is visiting her sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Law- (SEAL) Florida. Florida.

a W. E. Middleton this week. son of Lakeland announce the 16.1 It .-IS Unless such certificates shall I W ffif R '
be redeemed according to law oARJ/
L Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- birth of a daughter, Laurie the property described in such
wire and Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ann born June 20. Paternal certificates will be sold to the .

Wade spent last to grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. XOTICE OP APPLICATiON highest bidder at the courthouSe I TRtvOR' rf. '
Tuesday FOR TAX DEEDSec. door on the first Monday i NlfY .' .
: I Sunday in Fitzgerald, Ga. vis- H. A. Lawson of Starke. 194.H, P. g.XOTICE In :Month of August. 1963 which "- ..
Mr. IS HEREBY GIVEN id the 5th day of August 1963. f. -
iting and Mrs. I. P.
ItS Tay- that R. I* Batten the holder of I Dated this 24th day of June, (IHf IOI.
lor and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bradford I the following certificates has filed 1963.
County Hospital an-
said (SEAL)
Sumner. certificates for a tax I
S nounce the following births: deed to be ieaued thereon. The
Mrs. E. E. I
Grant Jr. and
Rev. and Mrs. Bob L. Bad- certificate* numbers and years of '
'1't L three sons of Miami were Tues issuance the description !
of the ONLY I
i L day dinner guests of Mr. and gett, Starke, a son, Thomas property and the names In 3. DAYS LEFT TO GET

; ._. Mrs.: W. H. Nollman. William, June 21. I follows which :it was assessed are as e

.H t .'. ; Dr. J. D. Simpsos who under- Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Boree, Certificate Xo. 26 Year of Issuance -

Model :went surgery at the J. Hun Middleburg, a son, Douglas 1961.Description. TERWILLEGARS

: Model CB232 Miller Hospital two'; weeks agois Eugene, June 22. of Wfc of SW of>4 of Property SW;4 E% GIFT 3-DAY
CA222 expected home this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin W. Name in which assessed Jor-
dan L. Brant ley.
12.0 OJ. FT. 12.0 01. FT. 1 Browning.. Starke a son, Irvin All of said property being In ,

I 3 Local Names Gary June 23. I the County of Bradford, State H
of Florida.j .
Mr. and Mrs; Robert Sauls. !
Unless such certificate
j or cer-
0 Total contact freezing shelves O Fast freezing anywhere in box On Fla. State Starke, a daughter, 'June 25. I tificates shall be redeemed ac- kQQ

.] Counterbalanced and "Mrs. Howell Williams i cording to law the property described -
9-position temperature!' control 0 No exterior sweating Dean's List Mr. in such certificate or FOR TWO I

9 Adjustable, door shelves' lid Hampton, a daughter certificates: will be: sold to the
t June 25. i highest bidder at the court
__. -______-.- _., ----r'--- j, Florida State Universitythis { houte! door on the first Monday
week announced the I, in Month of August. 1963, whichis

Deans' List for the second tri QUARTERLY MEETING I the 5th day of August, 1963. YOU PURCHASE ANY NEW FORD
EITHER. ONE Dated this 24th day of June. ,
mester, containing the namesof ,,15':.
.. The New River Baptist As T-BIRD, FAIRLANE OR FALCON
three Bradford County stu CHARLES X DARBY,

FOR, ON!Y... 7 'f dents. sociation Quarterly Meetingwill Bradford Clerk: of County Circuit, Florida.Court of FROM I

Names from Starke were be at Raiford Baptist (SEAL)

Lynda B. Cundiff, Walter L. Church June 28 at 8 p. m. All ;i -27 41 ';-11I TERWILLEGAR

.. Jennings and Thomas T.I men are welcome Officers' are I MOTOR

Long Jr. i requested to bring, Associational -

To make the Deans' List a I' Manuals "' and' Church t'' :NOTICE- FOR APPLICATION TAX DEED

BULLINGTON student must have carried 12 ,Guide Books. Set'., 1.4-U. F. S.
or more trimester hours of that R. L. Batten the holder of .
: work and maintained a "B" the following certificates hAt flied :

write. CUB in aad: said certificates for a tax
average. Some, colleges within way yea
s* deed to be Issued thereon. The
the University require slightly elect Jew terorita ESTER-I certificate numbers and years of CLYDE TERWILLEGAR TODAY
100 W. CALL STREET PHONE 964-6551
I higher averages to be named ROOK Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH. I issuance the description of the

I property. and the names in ,
-I i to the Deans' List. 1' .J '
: I F
whichit was assessed are *i I

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-J .Miss \Vainwright, fli'yflJ ''Delia Rosenberg I r- !Miss Kay Hart, 1"t1fl1F

-. ,
Bride-Elect, Fl Is BPW Delegate I -;-iI 1Li Recent Bride,

Is Party HonoreeMiss ; To National Event I I Is. Party Honoree. _

,i .l ,

Betty Lou Wainwright,' :Miss Della Rosenberg will i _: Miss Kay Hart, whose mar-

_GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 904-Ottl bride-elect, has been complimented be the delegate from the -, *4 riage to Ronald Crawford was

|I with several delight- Starke Business' and Professional an event of Friday ,evening,

j i ful parties in the past week. /rIT Women's Club to the was honored at two lovely r __

I I The Foster Shi Smith home I National Convention being : parties last week. I 1I

h--- I i i on W. Madison street was the held in Dallas. Texas in Julyit ; On Wednesday evening of I _

setting for a lovely yuncheon was decided at the club's i; last week Mrs. W. A. Dock-

I on Saturday given by Mrs. / regular meeting last Thursday j I stader and Miss Sara Wood- I _
Smith and Mrs. Paulk. ,1./ '
burn entertained at a delight-
I .' ': ;f June 20. ,I
I ., I
i I A pink color motif was used t. -. .t. the ,
lj1' The meeting was held at the i ful kitchen shower at ..
in the attractive floral arrangements l I Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. )_ j home of the latter on Pratt ,
; -
} < l' :- %
composed of roses ,:. """,, 'I : 1 I Pauline Torode with Mrs. t\-: street for Miss Hart.

I carnations and gladioli placedat -" Helen Harley as co-hostess. y j Summer flowers in attractive -: ,
'. ( "
vantage points throughoutthe .
,I J : fl '". President Dorothy Milberger 'r- j arrangements were used | -

I party rooms. I .- -A ,, :. .- presided and reports were given : ;;: ,
The buffet table in the dinIng if I '
k ._ Iff ", by the delegates who attended I ,".
i4A.&i 'r-( I room was covered with a i
imported white cutwork cloth 'I! 'i' i ;'.....<." the state convention in ;,
I _; I .'. Jacksonville last weekend.
4 and centered with beautiful r : ._
a .
-T-, ; V antique gold and crystal foot- *., :T 1ft c; .A.". ... ,"", '.. '" e _I The budget was presentedby !

'Y.1 : > 1 ed epergne holding pink roses, I 1
I .I. 't4t 'V'1 '' garet Brown and adopted by
carnations, gladioli and snap- .. .' I
,'\11 .':.if.i:' the group.
-1 dragons. ...J ., '.q Anne Gravlee of Dade
J .. I II
The five dining tables in '; \ Mrs. Ruby Johns reportedon ,

_ the den were covered with 'ii.4' ,. projects discussed at the Ray Goldwire I, en

--- --- white cutwork cloths and cen- recent meeting of the Civic

Miss Miss Griffis tered with miniature arrangements .0 I Roundtable and the group Are Wed June 14 ,
Starling Arron
of sweetheart roses. discussed these for further ac-
The wedding vows of Anne Mrs.
i Engagement Told iMr. Nazworth carnations and fern. Thebrkle's tion.
Driskell Gravlee and Halbert Lees-
I Ii '
To Mr. Bibler Recite Vows i table was covered with : ,.s... ,: !' .. .. $i: Ray Goldwire were solem- I'
an appliqued organdy cloth .' ..' Mrs. Bryan Cited I
nize at 8 p.m. Friday. June

Mr and Mrs. H. D. Starling ,: Mrs. Vollie R. Griffis of I over with white a three-tiered linen and miniature centered 1 : .i.' :. > uJ$.':' :;1." .. By Lawtey Rec. 14, in the First Baptist Churchof i: gradu-High

State Farm announce the engagement Raiford announces the ap- fif < Tavares.
wedding cake ,:;:.' Mr. _
topped by a
: Board I
of their daughter, I proaching marriage of heri --.., ,. At Dinner The bride, daughter of Mrs.
I from
I Esther Sylvia, to Robert David -i daughter. Mamie Willeane, to I small arrangement of sweet- ,,: .'" ',';" .. \ II I Ii Frances Mosley Gravlee of 1:1 I

Bibler, son of Mr. and': James Franklin Nazworth, son heart roses, carnations and ..."..:; ,. .",,..':.T., .,,:' i The Lawtey Recreation Tavares was given in mar- and is _
[ fern. Bridal place cards. mark- .""' :.; ) .. ." Gas
of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Naz- .. ,;.r-; : \ \ honored Mrs. Raymond
Mrs. John R. .FurroW' of Sar- | ... \ ."' .,.. ";.if....,' > riage by her uncle, James
i ing the seating arrangement 7'K!'.. ."
y evening,
: worth of Starke. \0 .1' on
asota. j ji '" : ,: ... ', Winfield Mosley Jr. of Belle
for the held miniature >: ."", '.' ..
25guests, .t"
1 The will take ; p .." :I::'.z4',. / June 15, with a covered dish Glade. The the
The wedding will be an i wedding place ] I bridegroom is
j crystal vases each holdIng at the home of Mr. August, _
event of Saturday, August 31, I at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 29, 'I a sweetheart rose. A de-J Miss Kay ..H'rt And Ronald Crawford I supper and Mrs. Eugene Pearson. son of Mr.: and Mrs. Gilbert N. : Meth-
''in the New River Methodist j Goldwire of Starke.
I in the Church of God. Starke, : I
licious cock- I
peach tarragon Mrs. interest in
at 7:30: p.m. No invitation i Church at Raiford. I tail preceeded the 1uncheon'j'' United In Marriage Friday, June 21 for youth spirited recreation the-I The Rev. K. Fay DeSha officiated of

are being sent but,all friendsof I All friends and relatives of The hostesses at the ceremony.
1 the couple are invited to the couple are invited to attend I honoree with a beautiful pink A beautiful wedding last, the door .by Mrs. Kate Sheppard organization or'the present I Pre-nuptial music was presented -I to at- _____
Friday evening united in mar- i and Mrs. T. H. Slade. recreation board. She served
attend. The reception will beheld the ceremony and recep I hand-painted, footed vase asa I. I by Miss Helena Nutt at I
T at the church' recreation tion. memento of the occasion.On I riage Miss Kay Hart, daughter Standing In the receiving line ,as chairman of the board for the console organ and Mrs.

hall following the ceremony. I I of ,Mrs. W. H. Hart and j were Mrs. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. the term May 1962 to May Frank Banning at the piano I

Miss Starling is a graduate':Crawfords Host Wednesday afternoon : the late Mr. Hart, and Ronald I Crawford, John Hart, the .1963, was director of the summer Soloist was Miss Lurlene Le- I chrysan-
'Odam Crawford, son of Mr. I bride and groom and bridal activities and the reno- I' '
I of Bradford High ,School and June 19, Miss Wainwright was Var.The .
Rehearsal and Mrs. Crawford all attendants. vation of the "Old
SupperFor Zary StrawberryWart'
bride was attired in a I'I'I
of Lee College, Cleveland, honored at Coca-Cola party I I her at- _
of Starke. Bishop Clayton J. The bride's table was lovely for a recreation cen- of delustered'satin and
Tennessee, Class of 1963. Mr. Son Bride given by Mrs. Paul Canova, gown i gifts
Perry of the Church of Jesus with a white satin cloth over re-embroidered alencon lace. ____
Bibler is a graduate: of River- Mrs. Alice Anderson, Mrs. ; ter.A : I I _
I I II Christ of Latter Day Saints, .a pleated satin underskirt.: The watch was presented to The fitted bodice featured a..|I
view High School, Sarasota, Mr. and Mrs. Zary Crawfordwere I Jimmy Rowe, Mrs. Guy Sale I-
_ performed the double-ring cloth was caught at the corn Mrs. Bryan as a token of appreciation neckline and traditional
1 and is also a 1963 graduate of hosts at a delightful out- I Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. 0.1 scoop rita
ceremony at 8 p. m. in the ers and at the center by miniature I by the recreation tapered sleeves. The basquewas
Lee College. door supper Thursday eveningof W. White Jr. given at the t
last week for their son, I home of the latter on N. Lake First Methodist Church. nosegays of pink rose: I board. accented by an applique of 30 GAL DEARBORN
The altar was beautiful ;, buds tied with narrow satin the
Ronald, and his fiancee, Miss street. Enjoying affair were alecon lace with a full sweep-
Rev. Brabham, Kay Hart following the hon- I Mixed flowers in with two pedestal baskets of j| ribbons. The three-tiered. -i I Raymond Bryan; board members ing chapel train falling from i I
Family Honored white gladioli stock, mums ding"cake was topped by aminiature and wives: Mr. and Mrs.D. impressed pleats.' Her veil, of
.j ored couple's wedding rehearsal. artistic arrangements were used -j '
to advantage in decorating and gypsophelia against a bride and groorn I. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. imported illusion, fell from a Hot \IVater, heaterS
At Reception background of branched can-I and at the base was a ruffle .J. L. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. headpiece of petals and lace
The in points of interest in the party
I buffet table, set up !
.4 delabra with white-tapers and of nylon tulle. Balancing the James Wainwright, Mrs. Hir- into an elbow length pouff. I I
Rev. and Mrs. John R. Brab- I the yard of the Crawford rooms for the occasion. palms. The pews were marked centerpiece were three-branched -I J am Bennett and Mr. and Mrs.! She carried a cascade of white ,
ham.and family honored home on Morgan road was Two refreshment tables I' -
J. were with nosegays of white pompoms silver candelabra with Pearson. Also attending were roses. !
at a lovely reception in the centered by a lovely arrange- were placed on the large and baby breath tied 'white tapers and silver Mr. GLASS LINED
I I trays; and Mrs. J. C. Tye, Mr. I Attending the bride as maidof
ment of white and purple screened porch. One table was
Fellowship Hall Sunday eve- with white satin bows. held petit-fours nuts and ; and Mrs. Robert Lee, Mr. and honor was Miss.Reva Scott, O
ning following ehii i h service mums and pompoms.' covered with a white linencutwork I COMPLETELY I
mints. The two tables II III
Miss Carole McR e, organ- punch | Mrs. Jack Brassell. Mr andi Fort Myers. Bridesmaids were
cloth and centered ;N AUTOMATIC
given by members of the Meth- The twenty-five guests included -
I ist, provided nuptial music as were covered with white organdy -i I Mrs. Marvin Rosier, Mr. and Misses Mary Elizabeth Haas, : .
with a low silver bowl holding
odist members of the wed-
Church. roses in shades of pink. Silver the guests assembled and accompanied -I cloths over white satin: Mrs. Bradley Norton and Mrs. McAlpin; Bobbie McGee .t 1' 10 YEAR WARRANTY -
ding and out-of-town
Mrs. Henry Godwin greetedthe party :Mrs. Paul Canova, and centered with crystal i Betty Ellis.iLeonard.
trays held dainty sandwichesand Ocala and Mrs. Douglass R. . ,.,
guests at the door and guests. crunch. The other soloist, who sang "Because"and punch bowls. The brides book) Iguo Jr.. Eustis. They wore I, ,. ..
Charles,. Johns, chairman of party "The Wedding Prayer." j tab e- 'was' also covered with! No Down Payment
table was overlaid with a Noegel'sHonQred identical sheath gowns of aqua :.
JJ. the official board and Mrs. Farewell PartyIs Larry Crawford served his,I white organdy over satin and, silk organza with matching .

I, Eugene M.. Williams, president Given For white" cutwork'- cloth and" centered brother as best man and. the: Held 'a-low silver candle holder On 8th floor.length ov r-skirts. Headpieces ) 'c

_ ol the WSCS stood in the I with a silver punch bowl ushers were Bill Dockstader.; with burning taper, and AnniversaryMr. ,I '. were circlets ,of aqua : 7

receiving line with. the Brab- Sullivan Girls filled with red and green ice Mikel Denton, Richard Dug- tied with a narrow satin bow net. Little Miss Laurie Chole g <4I ,

ham family. cubes and Coca-Colas. Around ger and George Seeley. holding' :orange hiossoms.I and Mrs. Leonard :M. Boggus, Tavares, wearing a I .
Attractive arrangements of Carolyn and Sandy Sullivan, the bowl was plumosis fern Miss Barbara Yoder of I Miss Judith B asley and Noegel were honored at a din- short 'White silk organza dress .

mixed summer flowers were who are moving to. DeLeon interspersed with rose buds. Green Cove Springs, cousin of I Mrs. Elm .re Stuart of .Baxley, ner party Tuesday evening on with aqua sash, and headpiece *, I PER
used to highlight points of interest Springs next week with their I Ga. cut, the "bride's cake and their anniver- !
the bride, attended as maid .... eighth wedding served as flower girl. Master MONTH\
in the Hall for this delightful -I family, were pleasantly sur- Seventy guests were invitedto I I lof honor. She was attired ina Miss Joann Herl, cousin of sary given by Mr. and Mrs. J. Drew Barry of Starke wasringbear

occasion. The lace I' prised at a going.away party call between the hours four beautiful sleeveless rose colored the bride, k pt' ',the bride's T. Quigley at the 301 Restau- r.Harold' ,

covered refreshment table was Tuesday evening, June 18. to five o'clock. I I' crystal charm street. book. rant.The Davis of Starke was 'When Using'Slade Gas.

centered with an artistic arrangement Hosts for the affair were Kathleen The hostesses presented the i length gown featuring a off'I Assisting in .serving were dining table was centered best man. Groomsmen were .; ." Pays for Itself Out

of the same blos I Thomas, Candy and Woodburn Charles, honoree with a silver footed I I j the shoulder bodice and bell-I Mrs. C. W. Beasley, 1 iss..Sarai with an arrangement of yellow Richard Boyette, Eufaula, Ala.; :? .; ,- of High Electric Bill*
Lucian Prevatt '
__ soms. Mrs. Buford Mitchell chrysanthemums and blue del-
of the i I shaped skirt. Her nose length j j Osborne, Miss. Linda Cox, Richard Gates Snake Cay and Slow Recovery Electric -
Phipps. tray as a 1
presided at the punch bowl phiniums. dinner ..
Following a
circular veil was held in place Miss Linda Kay Sale Mrs. Abaco Bahamas, and Cooke '
and Mrs. Robert Green, chair- : The party was held in the occasion. by a matching headpiece topped -I I Guy Sale, Mrs. C. F. 'Stevenson |love story contest was playedin Gravlee, brother of the bride. Water Heaters.

man of local church activities. Phipps' carport which was I The guest list on both occa- by a velvet bow. She carried I of New Orleans, Mrs.I which all the answers were The couple will make their

and her committee were in gayly decorated with purple sions included Mrs. J. R. : a cascade arrangement of Kenneth Coleman Mrs. Luth-I the names of flowers. home in Bedford, Virginia 'COMPARE ANYWHERE
charge of the refreshments. ,and white crepe paper streamers I: peppermint striped carnations. I Three couple enjoyed the occasion -
Wainwright. mother of the I II er Jackson Mrs. A. Russell i near Big Island, where Mr.
Approximately 100 members and colored lights. with the hosts and honored
Serving as bridal attendantswere -
honoree and Mrs. F. J. Shaw, I II Norman, Mrs. P. L. Bridges,: Goldwire is employed as Assistant -
the Brabham
family another
I The 25 teenagers attending I Mrs. W A. Dockstader Mrs. A. L. Brown, Mrs. Maur- couple. Personel Director with
I and friends attended to wish enjoyed dancing and refresh- I mother of the bndegroom-e-_ and Misses Sara Woodburn, ice
I Wingate, Mrs. J. P. Rob- Owens-Illinois Glass C o m- SLADE GAS
happy year in the church and ments during the party hours. j I lect.SfrawBag. Susan Slade and Weta Man- erts, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand I Mr. And Mrs. Wood pany.: STARKE

community. .1 I ning of Jacksonville. Their Mrs Donald McRae.
and Esterbrook Cartridge and
gowns flowers were iden- After spending some time
.. 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-3551
tical to the honor attendant. with their guests, the couple Open HouseMrs. Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95

IMPORTED Deborah Stevenson of New left on a short wedding trip' $3-95 at The TELEGRAPH.

Orleans, La., cousin of the to Daytona Beach. The bride J. D. Simpson and :Mrs.

j'T.i bride, served as flower girl in chose for traveling a pink: Fred Snell entertained at a delightful I AT

: a rose crystal charm scalloped linen two piece suit with "open house" Sunday ;
I In Starke I
Gaily Decorated dress over a matching skirt. matching accessories and the i at the Simpson home at State : i'flN j

With Colorful RAFFIA She carried a white basket of orchid from her wedding bou Farm honoring Mr. and Mrs. i ,

And Lined rose petals. Walker E. Wood Jr. of Tex- I

1 With Plastic The bride given In mar- quet.The bride and groom are arkana Texas. i

riage by her uncle. John Hartof graduates of BHS, class of Mr. and Mrs. Wood and four : 9fl

Jacksonville, was lovely in 1961. and have completed two ,children, who are former State FAMOUS

; FRIDAY & SATURDAY It Has A Retail Value Of $1.98 a silk face peau de soie gown I years, at Brigham Young UniversltyThey -I Farm residents, are touring I
trimmed with reembroidered i Florida and visiting friends in
are residing with
I And Is Available Two Days Only Alencon lace. The fitted bodice this vicinity for a month. ;
JUNE 28, 29, 1963 the bride's mother at 1415 E.Call II
featured an off-the- I The Simpson home was at- Sweet mUSiE Bra
FREE Of Extra Cost With The Purchase Is Limited street this summer and
Warning! The Supply shoulder scalloped neckline tractive
for the occasion with
will return :
Of 10 Or More ,Gallons Of Gasoline to their third I
trimmed with Alencon lace. beautiful
arrangements of mix-
t; year at Brigham Young University -, ::1
The lace appliqued skirt had ed flowers. '
The refreshment _
I I in the Fall. ....
_ ATTENTION a box pleated carriage back table was covered with a hand .-.. 4.Y' .
!Y. ,2'l' /' _ _
: that ended in a circular train.I I .some cutwork cloth and centered -

LADIES I Her only ornament was a Library To Stay i with a milk glass bowl

pearl necklace, a gift of the j' :holding pink daisies.

Watch For Our Next Attraction groom, and her bouffant veil j Open Until July 3 .i Thirty guests called between

'1 .. Benefit On July 12, 1963 of silk illusion was attachedto ,At Old LocationThe the appointed hours. 230: to

a queens crown of pearls 5:30.

- _ryejk'\ and crystals. She carried a Bradford County Li

:: LAWNMOWER cascade arrangement of white brary will remain open
carnations and stephanotis !I TIlE BIGHT POINT for the
- through next Wednesday July
REP AIRSFRill centered with an orchid. 3, at its old location In the- : nay you write. Come in and
Mrs. Hart chose for her courthouse select your favorite ESTER-

!IIIBO daughters brocade dress wedding with a blue According Head Librarian I I BROOK GRAPH.; Fountain Peu. TILEi FOR :

_ WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS scooped Bess Burns the librarywill I i
neck and three-quarter
WITH EVERY PURCHASE I not be able to move to NOTICE
sleeves and I
the skirt had
a its new premises the Register I will not be responsible for .

-I PUROLATOR OIL side drape.'With this she wore Building on South Walnut. St., I any debts made by anyone -'REG. S I _

Rentals matching accessories and a II this week as planned. Instead II l; other than myself. James C. ,
purple orchid Cox :.. .
corsage. I of the previously announced i, or J. C. Cox. 4tp 6-30 :;:

With Lubrication And Oil Change Mrs. Crawford was attired i dates the library will be clos-i l >OTICE OP INTENTION TO
with a dusty rose dress complimented when it REGISTER ricrrnors NAME $5.00
$3.50 VALUE ed, from July 4-15 ,
with bone-colored I Notice 11 hereby given that I
will be in the process of being the undersigned, under the provisions -
- Offer Expires July 6 1963 I
accessories and a purple orchid moved. Mrs. Burns said. I I of Chapter 20.553: Laws VALUETJIURSDAY. :
Call For AppointmentsssflflpflSSSSSSflrflaflSSS WATERS'Please corsage. I of Florida Acts of 1941, will
The move to the new premIses -I register with the Clerk of the
Immediately following the is made possible by the'I Circuit Court in and fer Brad-
: .
wedding a reception was held i |I ford County. Florida upon re.I
in the Starke Woman's Club I City of Starke paying the IiI I j I I ceipt of proof of publication of
ass brary's $100 sontti rent. !i I thia notice the fictitious name.
where points of interest were I per BEAL'TI-PLEAT OF FLORIDA.

FREE PICKUP & SERVICE highlighted with beautiful.! i< under business which at I Rt am 1 engaged Box 272.i in. Store

OPEN 7 A.M. 8 WEEKCITIES 1 arrangements of pink and I i Starke Florida.. Stump's Dept. :
white gladioli and pompoms Steno Notebook. Steno I I Richard Fogarty Rt. 1 Box
SEVEN DAYS EACH IPLE AVENUE 27J. Starke Florida, sole owner
against a background 0 f K.-reet Type Typewriter I IPeDS. Dated this 30th day of May
1'" II PHONE 96.t.9911o palms. Typing Paper Enen.Ribbona ._ D. DM at Starke Bradford
County Florida. I
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Bradford i1 class. Oddly textbooks are not To State Constitution notes, written obligations to in the daytime.. .P. O. Improves
High required in academic courses J able.Violets | like'; the tende :
'1' pay money, the assignment of like medium amountsof r
I but must merely be available, ,\ wages or other compensation, moisture. So, don't let their I; plants. To control. m flailingystem
Is AccreditedContinued t use an equal quality.of alcoho,
for reference and guidance. 15 Amendments and the renewal of same. This roots become too dry, or don't 1
ProposedVoters and water. Armed with
to BHS a C6ntinue3 From Page 1]
According Casey. also is true in connection with let them become water 1
[ From Page' 1] I soggy. small paint brush full of this, .
met 98.08 per cent of the requirements .. .. sales made under retail charge Light-colored spots on the '
i mixture, seek out the meay] j ktW"tom diatelv to what nationalsa'rea'atate -
once In senior high school : for full accreditation in Bradford County i lature. The amendment also require,a statewide vote. They account services, incident to leaves are caused by cold wat- thejbiush !

[grades 10, 11. and 12]. as'' 90.9 per cent for advanced will get a chance to have their I| requires that any project'built would: sales which are not conditional er on the leaf. If you must bug and touch him with : K. and post office -

well as an annual evaluationof II accreditation and 67.98 per say on a total of 15 new amendments by bonds be approved by.a Authorize civil trials to be in character and which are surface water the plants, use -do not wet. the plan the' letter is to go. It i.-:
i with the solution. i
the school's total health cent for superior accreditation. !I proposed by the three-fifths vote of the! Leg: held in branch courthouses in I'' not secured by mortgage or lukewarm water. Remember, c' b _&t mailing time

i program. Arrangements will The instructional program for i 1963 State Legislature in elec- I islature. .' any municipality in Dade other pledge of purchaser; ex- plants rot off at the soil surface bY.,, 1:ti9u s.

have to be made next year i both the junior and senior tions this year'and next. The outdoor recreationbond County. I i[ cept that it would be on the because of excess water County Court I. .. ,,\ .. '

*for the required examinations high schools, an area which Three of the amendments ) carries no specific .earmarked Authorize, upon local referendum II i gross amount. or too much fert iZer. Trials Close [ '. '"
'to take place. Ideally a stud-1 is given special consideration, i i i I l'.9m litJ.W"a'it1 Arthur Boyd
the Legislature considered to ,, funds to retire the the first $2.000:! ofa : The amount of plant food i
met requirements for full accreditation 4rClar'M !saul t and battery
ent should be examined upon of such nature debt but provides only that homestead in Sarasota i Fishing Licensei
I be an emergency ; [ depends on the size of the The spring term of County"}-
I entergin high school in the 100 per cent, Casey before the designate What I County to be taxed for school i fotid. ./ \"t guilty by jury cas.1 :
will the Legislature :
I I they go I II Deadline plant. The average size plant Judge's Court drew to a. clos jj "- ..
,seventh grade and then againin said. I! i 30 s ;;C.IIf"
voters in a special election monies can eo into the pro- purposes, making the next $5- requires no more than a teaspoon Saturday with a total of 13 ,, .-.
has I I
the tenth grade when he :j' Bradford High School i this November 5 in an. early ject. The Legislature this year. 000 of assessed valuation ex- I Ii of a 6-6-6 [NPK1 fertilizer trials being held in-the .Brad-4, 'B .Beck1tfy and Leroy
enters high school, Casey said. been accredited by the State :-.", earmarked revenue from a new emDt.I i I Deadline to purchas 1963- Roar ...Petit., larceny. found
| three four
1 since 1 64 every or ford County Courthouse. f -\
Probably the least important Department continuously I! The other 12 won't go before five percent wholesale tax on I Permit, upon local referen- fishing license is midnight months.To .nat.guilty by jury, case drsinrgd -
area in which BHS was I 1949. The school is also ac- I I i Sunday, June 30. Six cases were tried Wednesday ,;
the voters until the general snorting! goods a $1 increasein dum, appointment rather than .. .
in I credited for the 1963-64 school The Game keep the plant happilyblooming through Saturday last:... *' ...,' '.
1 'graded down was providing elections in November, fishing license fees and election of the county school and Fresh Water .. '
textbooks for physical educa- term by the Southern Association -I 1964.!i II funds from sale of state lands superintendent in Escambia.;\ Fish Commission advised fishermen re-pot; the violets week. They were: :
of Colleges and Secondary annually. For re-potting Bethel Dixon Collett, voluntary .COME IN FOR YOUR
tion classes equal to the num- i| this week that wildlife
has a'' for the prosram. It also is a Lake, Martin, Okeechobee, .
j Gov. : University of Florida
ber of students in the largest Schools. Palm Beach Putnam officers will conduct a strict intoxication Nolle Pressed -
personal stake it: two of the i iemergenrv 50-year program. and I horticulturists recommend a FREE
I i Seminole counties., fresh water fishing license by prosecuting. attorney.
I amendments while Several maior changes would mixture of 1-3 peat, leaf moldor j.
check effective July 1. Per- Bethel Dixon Collett drfvi -
I all candidates for governor I be authorized bv the amend- Permit, upon local referendum rotted manure 1-3 sand i'i BUMMERBRAKEISPECTIONf
Fish sons violating the provisionsof fug while intoxicated, sentenced >
ii will be more than a little interested ments left for balloting next of ,the I and 1-3 good garden loam.
: school superintendent in the fishing license law maybe '! to a fine of $150 or to 60i %
in the third.It Add about 1-2 of
year. cup super- Drum Pulled & Checked
I lor County. fined not less than $10 or' i i days in jail and license sus-
HAS BIG !flL permits the governor e-I One permits use of the $16 more than $300 or imprison I phosphate to each half bushelof pended for three months. Glad To See You

lected next year to run million principal of the state I ed not to this soil mixture.
i I Ii exceed 90 days. Lawson Foster withholdingsupport Any Day
i re-election and serve a six school fund for university I There two
are popular
Licenses may be obtained at spe- founij 1t guijty .by Shorty Allen, MechanicAllen's
i year term instead of the reg- junior college and public Documentary cies of African violets-prop- ,
the office of T.IA. I dismissed.
County Judge : jury case .
/ :I ular four years. I school buildings.!; Stamp Tax 1 ., Yawn. All licenses will be1 I ,erly known as Saintpaulias. Berry Lee ,Barnes, improper Garage

This amendment would shift Another would paw the wav :,, subject to The ionantha has reddish-: 710 ALTON ROAD
: ", a $1 fee increase ; change ot lane, to
Florida's selection of a gover- for creation of State Boardof r-to brown, hairy leaves and light ; .
ON ALL a according to law i three Hercules Office
t '. a new passed ', a fine of $25 or to daysin Opposite
nor and a Cabinet to the off- Regents to succeed the Jumps July I violetcolored flowers. The spe-
by the 1963 Legislature. jail.J. Starke
YOUR MEAT when no presidentialrace I I cies kewensis has leaves
years present Board of Control, over green
: I New license fees are: resident C. Warren Terrence
AND FOOD NEEDS is under way. To make it the university system. The The 50 ner cent increase set statewide $3 non-resi-1 i with white hairs. There are
effective, the governor and the I ; several vareties with blue ''
: I amendment authorizes by the 1963 Legislature in documentary dent, state, $8 I
I Cabinet officials elected next Legislature to provide 'termsof stamp tax is ; non-resident lavender, pink or white flow-
ERNEST and OPAL ALLEN, charges continuous 14-day state-wide i ii
year would serve only two year UD to nine years for eachof effective Julv 1, Countv Clerk
OicnersOperato\ rs i fishing, $3.25; non-resident ers.For HOWTO BE SOREOFATOPJOB
: I ,
terms. They could run again the nine-member board, Charles Darby said' this week statewide, five-day continuous'' an indoor project this

in 1966'for the full fouryearterm. now restricted to four year The clerk said'the increase I fishing, $2.25. summer, propagate Saintpaulias -

I terms. covers all areas now subject to ,, i by means of leaf petiole

C :I The constitutional amend I One of the changes would the tax and not just land or :, cuttings. Simply cut a leaf

GRADE "A" FLA. ment had .specifically to auth- : provide a new and easier way other realty transactions as with one to two inches of its

: orize the two-year governor to I of writing a new state Consti- might hare been indicated.Tax 11JLetS petiole attached: stick the petiole -

T FRYERS LB. i seek reelection since the Con- I tution, a goal of both Bryant on deeds and other instruments i I! in moist sand, vermiculite -

stitution provides no governor I and his predecessor. Gov. Collins relating to lands or a mixture of sand and

of Florida can succeed him- Neither was able to pusha was increased by the legislature -I I

self. wholesale revision throughthe from 20 to 30 cents on I I'GardeningBy peat.With luck, roots will format

-4 ( SMOKED : Only one has done it and Legislature because of a each $100 or fraction thereofof the base of the petiole in

that was by a fluke. LeRoy I j I constitutional prohibition a- the consideration, he said. Hervey Sharpe four to six weeks. Soon after OF AIR CONDITIONING

PICNICS LB. Collins was elected to the two gainst any revision except on The same rate is in effect Florida Agricultural Extension that a small rosette of leaves
year unexpired term of the a n article-by..article basis when the full amount of the Service will appear. When well rooted.

late Gov. Dan Mccarty and |,( which the people could pick 1 I transaction is not shown in I the cutting can be potted in AT A REASONABLE! PRICE

the Supreme Court ruled he |I II I and choose between. The a- the face of such deed instru- By Hervey Sharpe !; a four-inch container. ,

BRISKETSTEWLB. I could then run for his! own : mentment proposed by the ment or writing. t Agricultural Extension Service It takes about six to eight

_ I. four-year term which he did.: Legislature would permit a I The clerk explained that the, African violets are like June I j jj months to produce a good call us and we'll go over your house carefully and
The new amendment would daisy-chain revision which 'attorney general has ruled flowering plant from a cut-
I size unit (too big or too
bridesthey thrive love recommend the Bryant
not let Gov. Bryant succeed the people would have to accept I that when property is conveyed j, on ,! ting. The number of plants

; himself It specifically states I or rejects a single pack to a corporation in exchange -j and tender care. :, also may be increased by dividing small is costly) ). Our factory-trained Air Conditioning

that the governor elected inI age.Two for the issuance of a I j I. Since brides -young and : old plants into several Specialists know how to avoid needless costs.
FRESH GROUNDHamburger 1964 would be eligible for reelection -! o the 1964 amend- state number of shares or the old-have mastered the subtle : crowns or rosettes and potting : '

in 1966 but governors'' ments deal with extension of I capital stock, the documentary | art of entising attention, here them in separate containers. Call us today.;

elected thereafter cannot im- :, present bond financing pro- I stamp taxes due are measured !are a few tips that will keep 'I Violets are rather sensitiveto LOW DOWN PAYMENT-5 YEARS TO PAY

mediately succeed themselves. I grams. I I toy the par or fixed value of |I Ithe plant life in the home : light. With insufficient t _'. ..<,it,:""

The purpose of the change i I' One extends until the year I the stock issued unless, it is happy. i ij i iI light plants make vigorous .

to non-presidential election I 2,018 the present formula for I made to appear there was j Unless you are trying to di- : growth but produce few or no I I ,' ,' ,t

years was given by the spon- j allocation of secondary gaso- other consideration for the :I divorce yourself from two living flowers. Grow the plants in a '
sors as a to increase interest line tax funds the 67 stock .I
move i' among {( in addition to the said beauties, don't dash cold bright window or in full sun-

in Florida's off-year elections counties. The formula, which : conveyance. j water on the bride of an African light during the winter, but

S00 when it is hard to pull will expire in 1993 unless extended The tax on bills of sales, violet. Both like to sip in the summer place ihs tNC

voters to the polls. But they'I dstributes the fifth.I agreements, transfers of personal i(: their liquids slowly. plants on a north window sill BARKLEY
LBS admitted that a major pur- and sixth cent of the seven I r rI
| property and interesttherein I i A wick extended from the : or Just out of the sun's reachin ,
pose of the amendment was *i cents. per gallon gas tax on will be ''fifteen '
i cents i locations.
f bottom,of the. pot. J.s.a good ,.other ,
to try to prevent a Republican -'''a basis of population, land per' '$100"'or'Yra-ctioh thereof. J PHONE FL 9-2538:
1 '' way to offer the plant a The best temperature for
; candidate for governor area and road'mileage as of In this instance, where outstanding 1518 Gray St. Jacksonville Fla.
drink. Placing the pot in a Saintpaulias is 60 to 62 degrees -
from riding into office on the 1931. !
I shares of stock in I
a dish of water is also accept- at night and 70 to 75
coat-tails of a popular GOP !j i, Another extends the special Florida corporation are transferred .. ------- --_. -
U. S. GOOD CHUCK I presidential candidate. The school capital outlay bond in another state, which

C state has given its presidential I I program through 1999. It permits -I transfers are registered on I When power counts your car's performance! This kind'of confidence t

votes to the Republican candi- j| school bonds, backed bya I transfer records in a state .. has: made Standard the Soulh/s favorite family

ROAST date in the past three elec- portion of automobile license | other than Florida, such trans- !
STANDARD STANDS OUT of gasolines for three generation rgwu Extra_ ,
tions and issued for f
LB. many Democrats tag revenues, to be j fers of stock are not subject
Crown 'n-an
privately fear the day might repayment in 1999. The present i to the Florida documentary I Economy' l thrfjQvpJfer ong-

come when a really stirring'I expiration' date is 1983. It I stamp tax, the attorney general In highway driving, safety so often depends on running mileage, dependable performance", to nyour

STFAKCENTER GOP presidential nominee also increases the ceiling on has held in an opinion. car's swift response..your ability to pass power at* the price. So stop r *at Itjj*Standardfor wferj
p. t j *
might carry a Republican gov- interest on the bonds from The tax on stock certificates quickly. With a Standard gasoline in your tank famous.quality 1 gasolines and fcr.vndVawakeservice
into office with him. four to 4.5 cent. I
ernor per has been increased from 10 you know the power's there when you need it. to keep your car running bj&ttejr/ort& er.
The other two propositionsfor Other amendments to go on to 15 cents $100
CUTPORKCHOPS the special election both the ballot next year would: tion thereof,per including or when frac-a !I You can keep your mind on the road, not on STANDARD OIL COMPANY ( KENTUCKY. )

LB. personal projects of Bryant, I I Authorize the Legislature to certificate is issued without I 'I

-- 59C authorize bond financing pro- :.j appoint temporary officials i I face value.

grams for college constructionand and move the seat of government I i iI
j, The tax on bonds, debentur-
acquisition of public recreation -i from Tallahassee 'in theI 1 I
es and certificates of indebted-
END CUTPORK areas. I I event of nuclear attack that I
j ness issued in Florida will be
The college bonds would be might kill or injure elected of-

CHOPS 3 LBS. $$1 1 1We backed by proceeds of the ficials. Its purpose is to insure :|,. thereof.15 cents The per $100 identical or fraction charge F

state utilities tax for 50 years the continuity of state will be made on promissory
: from Jan. 1, 1964. But the government operations i n I ..1

amendment specifically ties 1 times of
Close Monday-Open 6 m.-10 emergency. '
a. p. m. down the construction in the i Eliminate the responsibility

first biennium to $75 million i 1 of the state Department of 'ititS

of which the Legislature allo- '1 Agriculture over state land

cated $45 million for universities -1 matters. O

and $30 million for junior : Increase the number of judicial -

colleges. In future bienniuma circuits in Florida from !, 6fi6 I
the bond ceiling would be $50 16 to 20.

RIGHTS RESERVED million unless changed by a Four of the amendments .. M
607 Brownlee phone- 969-1095. two-thirds vote of the Legis- are purely local in nature but xY ;Y xy

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I Ii The Suwannee River the farmer would not carryout 'f r tee of the extent tg which his : the government's share of the practicability or to plan anjj

-without such assistance. : request has been approved. government's share of the layout the practice. This uI

Funds ror this purpose are j After completion of the practice :( cost. The farmer pays the I accomplished through special

; authorized by Congress in 1! the farmer certifies this :, vendor the difference betweenthe :, arrangements with the Sail

I recognition of the fact that ,>! by filing the necessary report j amount the governmentpays i Conservation Service t h.a

Growing North Florida Playground the nation's natural reso:U'c- i form with the county office.Ii | and the total cost of the I State Forester and others.

es are vital not only to the j His cost-sharing assistance, in i iI < material or service used. j i Farmers who wish further

I farmers and ranchers who till | the form of either cash or a I II I ACP also helps pay for I' devils about ACP are urged to

The but in town of Cedar Suwannee River State Not as the world's shortest I the soil but health purchase order for conserva- :
Suwannee River area ditions rapidly even Suwannee, or Springs, also to the i i I technical service where required | call at the ASCS County Of-
of the Florida Crown is rapidly low water cruises can be made : I Park at Ellaville Manatee river [900 feet; Cedar Key and wellbeing" of each citizen,:i tion service or material, usually >

developing into a vacation-j from numerous boat ramps I Key.No trip would be complete j j Springs, and Camp O'Leno the island city, which is a I' both now and in the future.;! covers about half the cost !. to determine need and fice.

er's playground with its scenic above Branford. without a run up the Santa i near High Surings. safe run for outboards across ACP practices to promote{i I!10f the approved practice. i iI I

I existing in a natural, peace- i The Suwannee River Auth- i' Fe River to the Itchtucknee Facilities Suwannee Sound through the conservation measures are selected I j Under the cash plan, the i iI G L A S S That's Our Business

ful state just as Stephen Foster ority is presently undertaking River and Springs, where Motels and restaurants con- : marked channel; Fow ler's to meet local as well as I I!I.I farmer pays the total cost of i "If It's Glass We Have It"

pictured it in song. projects to improve navigationon divers have recovered fossiles : venient to boaters are available Bluff, site of numerous dig- national conditions. Each ; establishing the approved pra- > CALL WRITE or VISIT
at White Springs, Blue gings for pirate treasure; county has a list of the j ctice, and he is later reimbur- : I
With its natural beauty, the I II the river and provide a I dating back 50 million years | i' prac- FOR ANY GLASS EEDSHEA'S
Springs, Branford, Santa Fe :, Rock Bluff, where a hand- tices, specifications, and cost- ] sed for the government's share ,
I Suwannee River and its many j I route to salt water in the to the time> when this section I '
'' i River Fannin Springs Fow- ;:, pulled ferry crosses the river: j share rates approved for local I i of the cost. Under the pur-
i clear spring tributaries are I Gulf which should be of inter- was beneath the ocean. GLASS CO.
perfect for boating swimming. I est to the many boating enthusiasts i i An oddity to note is that ler's Bluff, Suwannee, and ce- ;I Ocean Pond near Olustee; 1 1I | farmers participating in the I chase order plan, the govern-J '

fishing camping, picknicing, II in Bradford County. :i, the Suwannee water is clear dar Key. Gasoline and launch- I Olustee Civil War Battle field; !! program. |I mtnt's cost-share is advanced <; (NOT INC.)

canoeing, skin diving exploring The Authority plans to I with a reddish tint, the San- !< ing ramps are available about Osceola National Forest, and i In brief, the farmer obtains i j to the vendor who sup "Formerly Joe Peters Glass (V

I water skiing, photography, il dredge a deeper channel at II ta Fe water is clear with a : every 10 miles. Troy Springs where the hull': ACP cooperation by filing aj'! plies material-the farmer such a conservation seed- We Design Modern Store Fronts!

nature study, hiking, bird : West Pass at the mouth of greenish tint, ani the Itch-I Points of Interest of a sunken Confederate gun! request with the ASC county I I fertiliser, lime. etc. The as ven- : Just Mail\ Us A Pattern For

watching, hunting, geology,! the river before the boating tucknee water is clear with There are many interesting I boat remains at the spring : committee for ACP costsharing -!
dor material Table
a"" I who furnishes the < Tops
botany and:! Indian lore. season of 1964 which will provide i bottom so white an olive spots along and near the river I I entrance. I II ( before carrying out the i I
1313 N W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2.4353All.'Veather
or service bills the ,
practice. He government
i which include the Stephen receives a definIite
Full appreciation of the boaters a direct route to I I be seen on it. I I.I The Suwannee River Authority -i I
Foster Memorial at White notice from the commit-i and receives palment for
Suwannee's scenic wonders require -! deep water and good salt Water CampingRecommended I' was formed by the State
: in the Gulf. Springs, the riverboat cruisesat II
a boat trip. There are fishing I over night ; Legislature to develop the
White and Fannin Springs
launching ramps about every i Plans are also being made camp grounds are Suwannee t ; !
j and promote
I I Falmouth Springs near Ella- j Suwannee River ,
10 miles along the river and j I for [1] a high level dam at I III I River State Park at Ellaville, I
i ville. listed in Believe It Or : it as a tourist attraction.Our I I
friendly Suwannee River peo- j Ellaville which will provide Little River Springs, Branford ItM

ple can give directions about | deep enough water that pleas- ,I Camp O'Leno, the Santa ***

the route to them. Boats maybe I ure craft drawing no more i Fe River, Rock Bluff Springs, Conservation Took ,

I rented at one of the fish- than three feet of water will : Fanniin Springs, and Manatee'

ing camps which dot the river I be able to travel all the way I Springs, but there are many I II Big Step Forward I i

and the fishing is also good. Ii, from White Springs to the natural camp sites along the I During Past YearThe

4. Guides can also be hired for! Gulf, [121 a scenic highway I Suwannee and Santa Fe Riv- !

such this 162-mile swimming and ]i iI conservation and development sA 1 '
trips. along same ers. Camping, Soil 0 Our Strength: 't Rr
The Suwannee River rises stretch of river which will allow I fishing are permitted any ': of Bradford coun-

in the Okefenokee Swamp In I motorists to travel along j I place, any time, with very !i iI ty's soil, water and wildlife i Soil ConservationN.E.W.S

South Georgia and winds its I the river, and [3] a cross-I I few private locations closed to resources took a big step for-

way to the Gulf of Mexico, state scenic waterway linkingthe the public. I ward in 1962 according to an :

more than 200 miles of con- Suwannee and St. Johns I Beautiful Springs I announcement made today by

tinuous water. More than 95 Rivers, for pleasure boating, I Many beautiful and scenic Mrs. Mildred Sapp, ASCS By Bill Haaa

per cent of the water flow via the Santa Fe River, the natural springs may be found i. County Office Manager. Soil Conservation Service '

y comes from clear springs Oklawaha River and Orange along the Suwannee with:I I! Conservation practices were '
south,of White Springs. \ Lake and other Alachua lakes.!. swimming available at many i carried out on 169 farms and I The other day Sam McGar-

The Suwannee is navigablefor Information about these :, of them. They include White 1 I I ranches in the county under ij I II vey and Foster Shi Smith were

boats up to 30 feet long plans and facilities already j Springs, Suwannee Springs,j i ij I I the 1962 Agricultural Conservation flicssusing rural recreation a
from north of be obtained ;i Program which is administered -j new family-farm business.
Troy Springs j present may by j Falmouth Springs, Charles "42"
I I I through the Agricultural i iI They also talked at length
Branford downstream to writing Suwannee River Authority
I theI i, Springs, Clear Springs, Blue -
I I Stabilization and I situationbut A
Gulf, a stretch of some 77 I: Box 99, Live Oak, I Springs. Perry Springs, Mer- about the National .
'I Conservation Program which! recreation is coming to the
miles. !I I Fla. I shon Springs, Troy Springs, 4
0 is administered through the fore front. One week
It the water level is high,]I River Cruises |I Peacock Slough. Allen :MillPond i Agricultural Stabilization Ser: There is need in Floridafor .. only 1
boats can navigate another 85 l It is only a one-day cruise Little River Springs,. a h r
j vice Office. These ACP
i accomplishments I increased recreation areas brand
miles upstream to White I from BranforJ: to picturesque Branford Springs. Itchtucknee j new Goodyears3T
I in 1962 were a I II and facilities. The farm land
Springs, site of the Stephen Cedar Key. the island city Springs, Poe Springs, Rock I I continuation of the conservation i a
'I I can provide a large part of ;
Foster Memorial. But during south of the river mouth in j Bluff Springs, Sun Springs,I'
efforts of ,
past years. that need with income toownel'S t ,
i normal weather orly canoes : the GulfA recommended Gornto, Hart Springs, Fannin Some 242 farms and ranches'! and satisfaction to us- r size 6.70 x 15 '

and small outtoards are recommended I cruise is to launch at Branford Springs, and Manatee Springs.I I'r in the county participated in\, blackwall tube-
:: from Troy Springs with a cruise up the State Parks type plus tax and
T \ the ACP during the 3-year _
i Soil Conservation Ser- e NYLON WITH TUFSYN RUBBER reca P gable I tire.
upstream to Fargo because of Santa Fe River, and then an State Parks through which period 1960, 1961, and 1962. J Ji i iI rural '" Add $2 if trade-in

shoals in shallow water sec- overnight stop at Fanning the river runs are the Stephen i Mrs. Sapp said the participating -ji vice is interested in for four recreation Low, low price! Turnpike-Proved Quality! The is not recappable.

tions. Heavy rains change con- Springs. Manatee Springs, the Foster Memorial at White farmers and ranchers j I Ii on farms f 1 1 T4" ffers safety and strength of 3-T Triple-Tempered Nylon.

i earned a total of $22,594 in primary reasons* LA j JLU 0a And mileage Tufsyn rubber in the tread! Four great Not Seconds!
I II chance to provide additional f
I; cost-share assistance under i, income to farmers and associ- reasons why this is a great buy for you and your Not Uetreads'famIly !

L a P :, the 1962 ACP Program which right now.
at the
ated businesses and
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represents more than half the I 'VnIT" WALJ.s I
same time, enables farmers to
: actual cost of installing the '
stay on their farms [21 It can ,
the conservation measures.
a ; ,7 t C i ia
aid in diverting cropland to

ry n f The tributed farmers the remainder themselves of con-the a more remunerative use for GO safer, @ surer, GO farther with e these SPECIALS

the owner which can be later,
cost which included labor,
if and when needed, be returned -
equipment and materials. This
to cultivation [131 It pro-
cost-share assistance is made
vides an ardently needed service -
r.s an investment in the pub-
to city people, and [41] It
; lic interest to help insure the
helps stabilize.the local econ
wise use and adequate protec-
omy and strengthens social
tion of these vital natural re-
t 14a / ) 1 institutions without removing!
} t 4 sources. land from private ownership.Of I
Some of the major conser- the five activities engaged i

vation practices performed in by 20 million orj more peo- DEAL NO. $* DEAL NO. 2 '
.. ix tiRY
ilj'* under the 1962 ACP were: 1.1] I four of this type- 1x /
:: : ple are i
V The establishment of 508 acres' boating fishing, camping and FULLSET ,.
t J of permanent vegetative cover ]1 hunting all these are availablein

for soil protection or as a ,I Bradford County.
needed land-use adjustment; !:
Lonnle Harley and Felix ur f 53S0I
2-1 The application of 1,403 j! HI5
Sullivan have been making '
tons of liming materials on : I
hay. Lonnie tells me the hay
1,364 acres of farmland to.
Chevy II Nova.00 Passenger Station Wagon has been: good even if it has h .
I a(up, I. and permit grasses the for use soil of legumes I been dry. I 2 FOR $1 48 fI 2 FOR $27Uxe

u ......m ment and protection;improve-I Fred Lindes is also getting ., b./ 11, tube-type
1 ready to make Pensa-
improvement or establishmentof i 6./OX15, tube-type "
cola Bahia hay. Pensacola '\ f All-Weather 42"
136 acres of trees for for- Nylon
makes good when fer .
a hay All-Weather 42"
t estry purposes; 4.1 the improvement I 't
tilized. It is easy to handle Whitewalls
of 776 acres of established Blackwalls ,."
I and puts up with little drying.A 15-month Road Hazard Guarantee
for '
., u vegetative cover
: lot of wild grass hay is made 15-month Road Hazard Guarantee
_ soil or wratershed protection: Prices plus tax and trade-in tires
that is good, but care must Prices plus tax and trade-in tires .,
5.1] the establishment of 1,295 ,
be taken to see that it is good ? i ... .
acres of temporary summer < I and dry before baling. 1" .
and winter cover crops

it :vrifi?, improving the soil and pro- I A complete soil and water Super Mileage ,
conservation farm plan was
tecting farm land from ero- < < '
. I prepared for Louis H. Adamson
_________ I his place located in the "
'U'----1:''"'.I ;..; .;w.A.\; ; ,,;. '1+Jil & ...._-- __ I The County Office Manageralso Hampton area. TUFSYN

. light pointed out that a signif- I -" Toughest by test of any- rubber 11

out"l. icant the 1962 factor conservation in the success effort of(ACP Assists ever used in Goodyear auto tires

was the fact that 41 farms(Farmers With' -.i4'AU
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and ranches in the county S
ConservationConservation A Ky t
carried out conservation prac- -
T .
I tices under the 1962 ACP that .
work costs j .
.Ao. An
had not participated in the J -"' ,
That's have ; P '
why we
1 program during the three pre- money. ; :
an ACP, Mildred Sapp Coun- Y
vious years. ty Office Manager, Agricultu- DEAL NO. 3 DEAL NO.4'

| The 1963 ACP, which is now ral Stabilization and Conservation -I z= '.- h 1 '

>4 ,-, under the same way, conservation contains essentially prac--l County Committee said FULLSET ; e FULL SET : i:

r today.

and get lost... Mrs.tices Sapp as the stated 1962 that program.fundsI I She pointed out that being Mi

convinced about the benefits $$5716 $$11916 ,
i I for cost-share assistance are I i
j, of conservation is not enough ;
j very limited but that all farm-
i j and expressed ,the belief ,the tI .
ers and ranchers with conservation .
Chevy II Wagons engine either. It just hums j problems on their land i some farmers still may not t FOR FOR )6)
understand that they can obtain 2 $2866: x 2 $34 i
The heft of a suitcase. The along passing up gas pumps i are urged to contact the ASj '
rustle of a road map.There's (there's also a choice of an CS county office for complete I. program help in getting It '

something about one of CHEVROLET even thriftier 4 in most j details on the Every needed,conservation jobs done 6.70 x 15, tube-type q 6.70x15,. tube-type 1-
these spruce, surprisingly models) like it didn't have program. on their 'farms. x
spacious wagons that can a care in the world. Fact j request for cost-share assistance !I "Just drive around the county Nylon All-Weather Nylon All-Weather !:

turneventheroutineprepar t i is, it has far fewer cares i, will be carefully considered -i ," the Manager declared, "
rations into of than by the farmer-elected A- Blackwalls Whitewalls. Iy ;
a happy part most engines-being I j "and you can easily spot the .
your trip. built with the special knack i i SC County Committee and farms where conservation farming 18-month Road Hazard Guarantee a 18-month Road Hazard Guarantee .''r 1

Take that old bugaboo: Chevrolet ,engineers have i cost-sharing will be approved is being practiced. IE I Prices plus tax and trade-in tires Prices plus tax and trade-in tires J:

of packing, for instance. for dependability and ease as the available funds permit. I'T ,"S ., ---- ...
No bother. With the kind of maintenance. many cases, you would alsc I
AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER's I find that the Agricultural l
of room you get in that Lake a car with gmger- NEW RIVER BAPTIST rx
easy-loading cargo com without a lot of needless CHURCH-: i Conservation Program is cot -..

partment, you can just about toss things gingerbread? Your dealer's got a lull line I I operating with the farmer ir I "*
in'any old which way and come out with of Chevy II's to pick from. Why not drop Sunday School.' 10 a. m. 1! carrying out the conservator I mm(-WIDE ROAD HAZARD AND C3ALITY CUARAKTE -/tn/ new Goodyear :

space to spare. The load won't dampen down and check now while the trading ,Morning Training Union Worship.6:30: p.m.11 a.Eve-m. ; practice on the land. Rot Retreads, Not Seconds, (Not Closeouts -i.e.Auto ,Tires blowouts are Guaranteed, fabric breaks Nation-Wide, cuts:-Against except repairable normal! road punctures.hazards .....

the spirits of the spunky 6-cylinder and the traveling are especially good? j For farmers who may not t Limited to original! owner for number of months specified. 2. Against
ning Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek fully understand just how AC-. THESE TIRES ARE GUARANTEED any defects in workmanship! and material without limit as to time or r

Prayer Service Wednes I P works Mrs. Sapp explained l mileage. .Goodyear tire dealers in the US. or Canada will make adjust ..:
CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET CHEVY CORVAIR AND CORVETTE ; day 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. that the 1 iI ment allowance on few tire based en original teal death remaining &i 'i
.. .. I program's purpose I IN WRITING I I .! : current "Goodyear Price." .:. .. i in ..
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CHURCH j I j I and wildlife of soil,conservation water, woodland practices Backed Up By 60,000 Goodyear Tire Dealers And Stores Wherever You Go ..

Rob L. Ba&tU. Minister needed in the public in-
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. I terest. The program therefore STOKES SINCLAIR SERVICE : '

j Church Worship 10:45: a, 'm.I has an incentive type ol ... : :
1i 542 W. Madison J CARL HURST .
I Chi Rho 5:30: p. m. Choir I approach to the problem -il t ,
U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. "shares the cost" of sound Phone 969-2801 709 S. Walnut Phone 964-6111 :... ;

m. Wedread.j. conservation measures which -
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,]Pyrofax Gains 3 : vs. Starke Builders' Supply at Pine. Level. 1 7 .125 ,Dixie Youth Game such as Christmas and taxes

IRONSH1(1WOODS I On Motor PartsIn RECREATION NEWS Starke. j Hampton 0 7 .000 ,!"Set Between r I Price increases on type D _

Tuesday July 2Coca Cola j' Schedule I tags are $2.50; plains $5 W _

;J[ Summer Bowling __ ,. vs. Florida Pest Control. 'I! Thursday June 27-Independents 1 Players, ManagersThe $7.50; WW, $10; GH. $5; .GK,
-nawn- : Wednesday, July 3-? Johns' vs. Natural Gas at I! $7.50; CV $10. and house

Putting the pressure on ,;Playground News ,Oil Company vs. Starke Build: Starke 7:15 p.m. Pine Levelvs. l Starke Recreation Department trailers, $5, and trailer [under

strong Pyrofax Gas! took three :: -t ers' Supply and Lawtey vs. Brooker at Brooker. 8 p.m. : will sponsor a base- 500 pounds], $2.50.Methodist. .

points from Starke. Motor\ Madison Street and Saratoga Lr wI Raiford at Raiford.Independents. ;: Terrell's Gulf vs. Garden ball game between the man- -

Parts who had:! remained un- Heights Playground Restaurant at Starke. 8:45: p. agers of the Dixie,Youth Lea- Appoint

defeated for the first place ;; Activities started Monday TakeDoubleheader m. i, iue.and. a team made up of ;,

position for five consecutive i I with supervised play for all. ': : ,! Friday, June 28Brooker boys from all the teams on''New Superintendent _

weeks in Men's Summer Bow- I Donna" Trawick and John I _, I In vs. Lawtey at Brooker 8 p.m. : Saturday July 6. at ,3 p.m. on ,Gainesville DistrictThe

ling. |i| Williams report that both Men's Softball ; Pine Level vs. Hampton at the Little League Field at the

High man for Pyrofax Gasi i i playgrounds are running t s,', Starke, 7:15: pm. Garden Res- Pratt Street Playground.The Rev. John M. Sikes has

,,,, was Pat Bradhy with a 574 i,I I smoothly and participation is '- The Independents took both taurant vs. Independents at 1. managers will bat from been appointed: by Bishop

I series while Bill Nelson was I i increasing. Arts and Crafts ends of a double header Tues-< Starke 8:45: pjn. the opposite side of-the plate James W. Henley the new

1 high for Starke Motor Parts I: will begin on Monday at Sar- day in Men's Slow-Pitch Softball Tuesday, July 2Lawtey' than is.their custom and one' Methodist superintendent of

I with a 579.Community. I.: atoga and Tuesday at Madi- by topping Pine Level 12- vs. Pine Level at Starke 7:15: of the Dixie League players the Gainesville district one of

Hy HOMER WOOD I, Bank breezed in son Street. Donna is organizIng 11 and Hampton 15-7. p.m. Natural Gas vs. Brooker will also pitchefor them. 11 geographical regions comprising -
with four point win over
a rolling -j a girl's softball team and Bill Jackson had three hits 8 p. m. Terrells 'Gulf.s.. Immediately following the >, the Florida Methodist
Russ' with Howard Meyer
I the look good. John
This week we have six teenage : a 525 series for the winners ', prospects two singles and a double to Hampton at Starke. 8:45: p.m. game everyone Is invited to a Conference.Rev. .
will be on hand to keep thei Tuesday. July 9- Lawteyvs. watermelon
boys in Umatilla playing and Bob Neal rolling a : team in shape and enforce the lead Pine Level and Wayne cutting. Sikes was pastor of the
i i Terrell's Gulf at Lawtey. '
Sapp also had three hits for
in the Sixth Annual Jaycee Churchin
469 for Russ' of Southside Methodist
rules of the Games
Junior Golf 1 tourney. The six! Gem Jewelry took three I game. I the Independents.: Tiny Wil- : 8 p.m. Natural Gas vs. Hamp-':License Tag Jacksonville for two years
all will be available so I'cha.ell
types Ann Lewis lead ) : ton at 7:15 Gar- !
Sally Epperson and Mrs. Irby t liams had a triple double and Starke : p.m.
are Bishop III, Mike points from Food Fair with before his appointment. He
out to the playgroundsand Tax Increase
Richard Hobbs !i come Stokes, Debbie Thiffpen, Monica Joe Rowe Joanna' Knepper, a single for Hampton but it, den Restaurant vs. Pine Level '
Sheppard Rudolph Hutcheson rolling a join the fun. succeeds the Rev. J. E. McKinley -
Flip Graham, Jimmy Meyer : 562 series for the winners and j! Michael Irby, and Jeffery and Jennifer Jockel in games a. wasn't enough to off-set the at Starke, 8:45: p.m. !Effective July 1 who was transferred to

and Barry Firth. Results will Acie Johnson rolling a 503 for Air Rifle Club I the four to six year-old program: mganIonday:; June 21. Independents Phil Odom who I Thursday July 11- Independents St. Augustin M pastor of the
The air rifle club got under !! led his team with two homers.In I vs. Brooker at Starke
be in next weeks paper. the losers. The program will continue Monday and Tuesday of each Prices on Florida license First Methodist Church after

The winners of the first League Standings way ,Monday and participation -! week from 10-11:30 a. m., until August 13 under the auspices I' Thursday play league 7:15: p.m. Garden Restaurantvs. I 1, plates will-go up July 1 in accordance serving a maximum six-year
increased at the session Lawtey at Lawtey, 8 p.m. with a new law -
W L leading Natural Gas downed [ passed ;
round of the Presidents Cup of the Starke Recreation Department.under .I.II ; term as superintendent.The .
Club Parts15 5Pyrofax on Wednesday with 14 boys I Lawtey 16-12 for their eighth j; Natural Gas ViTt'rrell's Gulf ;i by the recently'adjourned '

ment Championship were Harold Tourm'I'I Motor 14 5J/s taking part. The boys really I I I 1L....... ",< .. < 'I. win of the second half against at Starke.. 8:45: p.m. i, 1963 Legislature.' Bradford Tax Gainesville district embraces -
enjoyed themselves and alsO! f "'' one losS: William Parrish led : Friday. July 12 -Brooker I| Collector J. R. Kelly announc- the surrounding areas
Richard Hobbs, Charles Webb, ..... 7 way Monday with a .-. and Ocala
13 of Starke. Lake
i Gem Jewelry gained the skill at handling i Lawtey's hitting attack with,; vs. Hampton at Brooker 8p.m. i 1 ed this week. [
Norman Willis Bob McRae, I total of 93 people participating. -, .i&; :to !( : Gainesville'-
i Community 10 10 the rifles safely. Stressed ;i three singles and double but i Independents vs. Pine as well as
H. H. Adams, Gil Newcomb, I Though this is good it is :. ; Tags can be purchased at':
Vernon Silcox, S. G. Denmark, i Russ' .-'-. 4 16 mostly was the importance of hoped that many more will %:ii i i";;,1 1
Mike Sheppard. Howard Meyer -I Food Fair . .. 3tt 16 safety and the role it playsin turn out this week. There : : : '. gles and a home run for Na- : I Kelly said. I II Sikes is a grW1ale of Asbury
the program. This first ..- -. _..". tural Gas.Terrell's. 4th Is : College, WiLnore, Ky. andEmory
X. M. Smith, Harold Davis will be arts and crafts, a girls I .- .. t', > i July I Also included in the law was <
J. D. Seymour. Bill Powell I week was that of getting the : softball team, and games of j It. Gulf, lead by Ter- .Bank a stipulation} that license tags ; University's Candler

Merrill Struth and David Sil :I placement projects. Repair I boys used to the rules and I all kinds. There will also bea i : .; .L'. .> ry Hardee's two doubles and;, HolidayThe :i will expire on June 30, instead ;: School of Theology In AtlantaHe
and replacement of heating regulations and giving them i : .1< t' ". ." ..:, '! the former
i class for the four to six year ',:,. '' ,. .' two singles. defeated Pins 1 Bank of December 30. beginning and Mrs. Sikes -
'. Community
C'.JJJ ":..: ; i it'f
cox.The I and air conditioning systems a chance to fire at game tar- ., ; from in Miss Florence Weldon of
1 six
olds under the direction of ,, .. Level 19-8. Bill Jackson led years now ;
I IPine' the Florida
Second! Round must be i i of Starke and
: I gets. Tournaments will be setup I '
will be covered also. Level with single and ;1970. For the next six years Hopkinsville Ky. live in the
Mrs. L. M. Irby Mrs. Donald a
played by Sunday, July 7. Bank at Starke will be closed
In addition to tha questionson in next weeks program. I
Carter, and Sally Epperson. a home run. I | Florida residents will purchase [ district parsonage at, 2226 N.
,See the tee. I Thursday, July 4, Independence I I Ii
you on alternations and repairs, Those interested in registering
license plates which will be W. Second Ave.,. Gainesville.
I Hope to see you at the play- League Standings i
I Ij I I I
Homer. inquiries will be made in the for the air rifle club contact Rifle Club members set Day. which
:, ground this summer. Air W L Per. !| valid for 13 months, I, They have three children:
July Quarterly Household regarding -j i the Starke Recreation Depart- I their sights on the bullseye on I This being a legal holiday '; will make them expire on June'
Wainwright Playground Natl. Gas . 8 1 .878 in the State of Florida no Larry. 14; Walter 13, and Virginia -
of A- ment. Ages from 8-12. I
Census BureauTo travel habits j are Pratt Street Playground. The Brooker ..... 6 2 .750 i 30 six years from now. : .
mericans. These questions will i Archery Supervised play was the order I i business will be transacted. : 1 10.Zipper
I i I air rifle matches are part of Terrell's . 5 2 .714 I 1 The June 30 expiration datei
Run SurveyOn cover destination, type of Along with the air rifle;' of the day Tuesday and I!I the Starke Recreation Depart- '! Lawtey ..... 4 4 .500 I I 'i is more desirable according to .

Repair Info i transport used, major reason club. archery got under way Thursday with volley ball, I'!!ment's summer program. In Independents. 4 4 .500 Zipper Notebooks $2.49<< at I Kelly, because it avoids the Notebook* 'IMS it

i I:I for trip, overnight accommodations at the Pratt Street play- badminton, and many other the photo ((1-r) are Kent Grau- I Garden Rest. 3 4 .429 Bradford County Trlerraph. first of the year expenses Bradford Tainty Ttltcnpb.
; used and related grounds on Tuesday. Boys of games. This playground is : -
Information on expenditures |! I don, Keith Thomas, Timmy
'items. The travel questions all sizes participated as bows under the direction of Coach I
for residential alterations and i Kirrhaine and Wayne :Murray.Air .
are part of America's first provided according to the 'I' John Manning and Sally Ep ;
repairs will be collected in the are Rifle Club meets each Monday -
I Census of Transportation.Census size of the boy. Participation person. Refreshments will be :
i I
and Wednesday at the
July Quarterly Household Survey -
it was announced this Bureau interviewerwho was good again the importance -I provided each Thursday afternoon -i|i lrattStreet Playground from ij I
will visit local familiesin of safety was : by Mrs. F. M. Craw- 10-11
: week by Director Thomas W.i a. in.
the July' Quarterly House- stressed. The boys learned the I II ford.
McWhirter of the Census Bureau's -j I
hold Survey is Mrs. Elsie L. I proper way of handling the Nona PlaygroundOnly
regional office in At- I
) Garver Gainesville. bow and other items that I six people turned out I ments will be served by Mrs. _
t lanta. I 20 Words or less, one time -" r .95 Memorial, Re&eluHoat 8e per wrt

The survey will be conducted might help them. Archery is 'I for the supervised play at Benton Futch. If not paid in advance 1.09 C&rdo1Thaukaut.Iw.rts-
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST held on Tuesdays and Thursdays
locally and in the 356 other Nona Park. Coach John Man- Keyed or Blind Ads -- 1.00 Over.50 words - Sc per .firf
to 11:30
CHURCH from 10 : a. m. .
sample areas of the coun- I[ i;, Anyone from eight years ofj I II ning and Sally Epperson will Thurston Playground Each. additional word over 20 ........ W Display ads in Classified U' per ...
try during the first 10 days Sunday School. I The first summer recreational -
I age and up come out to II j be at the playground from
of July. i I Morning Worship 11 a.m. I program at ,Thurston
II' Street playground and regis 3:30: to 5. Arts and crafts will I
Items to be covered in the Training Union 6:30: p. m. I School scheduled for Monday. :1 A. J. THOMAS, Realtor WHY PAY RENT? Own your I FOR SALE On* .acre horns
survey include painting, Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. ter. be held on Tuesdays with supervised Tuesday and Wednesday: of Specials for this week include: own Mobile Home. As low as 1 sites adjacent to So'uthsld

plumb, roofing, flooring, and Prayer Meeting Wednesd '. ,, Pratt Street PlaygroundPratt I II play and refresh each week 1-5 p.m. daily. j Beautiful home and guest $395.00 down. Use your car. Elementary. High and Dry.
I I'
other related repair and re- 730n.m I Street playground got ments on Thursday. Refreshr' Outdoor games include sof tuctu house Bedford Lake. boat or furniture for down EI $2,500. an acre. Contact Billy
.. .. I .
I "n11 "n n"nl1 ; .A: payment. TRAILER MART
--- --- ---- uaacucui: 11115 tuoo auu i Furnished comfortable home : Jackson Starke. tt hr.
i INC.. U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468 .
volleyball. The indoor--games water front lot Crosby Lake 1 | j i r*
I East Palatka, EA 8-1050. tfchg I FOR RENT '- 3 "bedroom
---------- include bingo, checkers and i just 3 miles of Starke.
Read The Classifieds!
Jack Stone. :I Six acres fertile land and i FOR RENT OR .SALE- One house unfurnished. 525 W.
miles'13 bedroom house. 100'by74'. Madison St. Contact Mrs. J.
comfortable home 3% IF YOUR NAME IS
Readingetc. .will be" a
of Starke. Especially suitable Newly built. Will sell, one I D. Seymour. 664-!N. Water St
main feature. 'Young people'of ; FOUND AMONG: THE
DEALERZ9USED for children or for retirement. house on 50' by 174 lot. Completely i Starke. Up
the community are 'invited. See Sam I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL
FORD A. J. 'Thomas, Realtor, j j : j I FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 roojn,
ROsenberg'2t 1 g 6-20 AT THE TELEGRAPH
Starke FloridaINSURANCE
I bath, house, utility room,
|Coca-Cola Tops COINS BOUGHT I OFFICE FOR A' FREE largo corner lot, newly] decorated -

Starke Builders AT REDUCED RATES EXCHANGED : inside. 210 E. Adkins. St
i AUTO FIRE BOAT I I Pay current market value I key next door. tfchg

I i I In Little League DOYLE E. CONNER for old coins: Indian Head THEATRE.FOR I FOR SALE-Reasonable priced -

JASTACTIONL1? INSURANCE Phone 964-4501 AGENCY !: Pennies, Gold Coins, Com-I \ used Televisions. Ref rigs
i Richard Williams smacked memoratives. Medals Tokens RENT Garage buildingon : erators, Washers. Excellent

I j a home run and a single and tfchg Foreign Coins. i'. North Temple Ave. Across I Condition. Bulllngton Appliances -
Mike Rhoden had.three singles j. FOR SALE 3 bedroom, all ,, Denver R. ,Devrick ; Street from Bus station. Leola : tfchf

sales action '63 Fairlanes and Falcons has been j, as Coca Cola downed StarkeBuilder's j I I modern house Gainesville. i' D & W Auto Supply, Roberts, phone 964-4754. I -
Fords !
on our new crowdingour ; Screened porch garage. Close 416 E Brownlee St.tfchg.. 2tp 7-11 MATTRESS
I Supply 18-5 Monday to college schools, 15 minute HASTINGS
used car lots with beautiful trade-ins many makes and models We've in Little League play.David bus service. Call Gainesville' LOOKING for good all cash & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

Donnie 376-7133 write Fred A. Russell Norman business? We have one priced
Williams and Mrs.
priced 'em all for fast action! Sale includes choice A-1 Used Cars. inspected 7lILemonSt.-ala.tka
Elder combined to take the Christensen 2510 Newberry FOR SALE OR RENT-3 bed- under 15000. Excellent terms. Furniture Repaired
reconditioned when necessary road-tested for your extra protection. Come in I win for Coca Cola while Willie Blvd. Gainesville. 3tp 6-27 j room house, 307 W. Lafayette : For appointment to see call Upholstered & Refinished
I Griggs hurled for the los- FOR RENT- Small two bed-I St. $65 rental or sell at $7- i, STROUT REALTY. 468-1766 I
for these and more like them. Hurry-act fast while the bargains last! I ers. Wayne Black had a double room concrete block house, 800.00 vrth: terms. Phone 964- ,I Waldo or drive out to see us i MATTRESSES REBUILT

---- and a single to back up Williams Lake and Pratt Streets.- neblock 2881. Itchg I I 5 ml. South on Starke on U.s. I New Innergprings

I and Rhoden for Coca from school $50.00 per FOR 'RENT-2-3 room upper '! 301. Itchg I and Box Springs

i Cola while Robbie Smith went month in advance. Hollis V. apartments. No pets. 403 N. I WANTED Used salt water I Dr., Us A Card ,f Cal

3. DAY TRIP TO MIAMI j I two-for-four for Starke Build- Knight. tfchg. Walnut St. Phone 964-3151 I fishing rod. Phone 9640573.Up FALATKA EA 5-S16I
VACATION ers. I FOR SALE: Repossessed 2 BR Mrs. Johnson. Up I ; STARKE JM-58S4
home deep well 1 acre ground
t j I SHALL&3
j Lawtey's Mike Crawford SALE- Peas and butter-' ,
'I : near Melrose. Will sell for FOR COLLIE PUPPIES for sale I
[ pitched no-hit ball for four I II $2750 as is. or $3250. in A-I'! beans. You pick them. Call $15.00. Mrs. Walter Martin SUrke Agent

WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY I i innings Tuesday before Johns' ::I condition. Terms. Mrs. G. B. 964-5231 for information. I 4! miles N of Starke 1-4 I 1

F R E E 1 Oil center-fielder Johnny Powell Mogg P. O. Box 943. Wildwood 2tp 74TAKING << I mile off 301 on first road I FOR RENT 3 rooms and

| rapped a long double..,I! Fla. Phone 7485271.4t i I RESERVATIONS north of Toni Truck Stop. II I I bath furnished: house. Newly

USED CAR IN THIS AD ] Crawford's four-hitter won for chg 7-11 for 1963-64 Kindergarten. Call Itchg decorated. Phone 9642261.tfclu

i Lawtey however, as he and!I I' 964-9374. MAMA PRIEST. : *

!, Tex Patrick both boomed hom- [Insurance Problems? 6tchg 627'I' NEW AND USED-Chain saws ',,2 HOMES-I furnished on 2.
1 and double each and i I $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. Vz acres. 2 miles on North 301
ers a ,
1959 Plymouth Custom 1962 Ford Fordor V.8 i.; Reggie Norman had two singles -I I Ii I' Call"1RAYELIRS"George The Man From FOR RENT Desirable 3' vice.Lawn Your mowers McCulloch sales and Dealer ser .' from city. 10 pecan trees, 2

:j to lead the hitting at- E. LaRue, I room and bath apartments. Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivi wells. Call 964-2571 or contact
I Also 2 bedroom house for sale. L. C. Brown. $5.500'for' all or
Fordor Wagon V-8 I tack. Keystone Heights Agt. For : N. East,- Gainesville, Fla. 6-
Fordomatic and Heater Easy monthly payments.. i sell separately with easyterms.
J. Roy Chasteen also had a. "Travelers Ins. Companlo"Tel. H. Nollman. tfchg. 3411. ttchaElectra 2tp 6-27
I t tI
double for Johns' Oil for their 473-4692 Day,
!IF ,I only other extra base hit. 1' 473-4325 Nites. I FOR SALE-8 room house .4 I T ronics Inc. I FOR SALE- 1940<< Ford pickup -

Only PJr" $$99500 Only $$159500 j A fired up Raiford team I.Ante Fire Home Business bedrooms. 3 baths. wash house. I truck 1 in' good : condition.

shut-out Coca Cola 9-0 Thursday -i Monthly Payment Plan I double .carport. 212 RedgraveSt. I Industrial Division; Sales, Serv.j{, Can be seen at Merrill Oriffls!

I I on Hoak Hinson's no-hit I Available Phone 964-2201. tfchg j ice Repairs on Motors, Generators on GriffisLoop. st rk! -lip--

pitching. Hinson. a new play-i tfchg., FOR RENT 2 bedroom nicely Switching at/1 Controls -!! FOR RENT Furnished apartment -

1960 Ford Fordor ((6)) 1957 Ford Country Sedan J, er recently aided: to the RaiI :I I II furnished house with, carport -i I ,- Welders, and Transformers.Senira Tools, Power. j jConverston I! at'reac: of, atOr;._321

I I ford squad. was untouchable i I NEWLY DECORATED: furnished and large utility room. I N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.
!j going the distance 'while fan-t I apartments. One and For adults or with an infant i and Repaint to An]' tfchg
Power Drive, Radio and Fordor Wagon. Fordomatic I ning 16 batters. Richard Williams two bedrooms. Reasonable. i iI child. No pets. Inquire at 733 !Heavy Industrial Electrical'Equipment t FOR SALE Ford Falcon.

HEATER, REAL ECONOMY RADIO and HEATER, ONE OWNER went the distance for ji I Lights and water furnished. '; N. Thompson St. tfchg f' : 1960 4-door Sedan. Low mileage -
i Contact 431 Center St. orphone 1939 X. E. 27th Aye. G'VillIJ]
Coca Cola stricking out 11. PEYTON FLORIST and clean. Like new. Ph.
I II 964-7191 964-6551.
or S7M2SO
Only !IF$09500 1 Only !IF $79500 i Cummings John Bowers both scored and Mark twice 1 1I I: tfchg 119 S. THOMPSON SI. I[i tfc.hg.1I,'969-1882. Up

i! Raiford. i I! FOR SALE 55'xlO' Great I PHONE 964-4155 i, I'FOR SALE- 10 acres of land
i. for ,: Lakes trailer. Used 4 months. at city limits. Also 205 foot
Florida Pest Control downed NIGHT "(-3891 er 9S9-1$ WE DONT
; i If interested see immediately. frontage. Business 11r hts
1960 Rambler Fordor ,: Johns' Oil Company 8-0 !: Past'payment $100, then $69.98 I'I DISTINCTIVE FLOWEI.S i iI Sell you we help you buy close by on 301 Phone 964-

1955 Buick Tudor HardtopAutomatic Friday behind the two-hit|j monthly. Phone 964-0271. We Wire Flower Aajwhers -Good selection of new and 2465: tfchg

j pitching of Gary Hamilton I ltchg I tfch used 8' and 10' wide MOot,
Wagon. Radio and Heater 1 and Johnny Warren. Hamil-I 'bile Homes. t. FOR RENT 4 rooms, and
Radio and Heater j took the win for the Pest LAKE GENEVA hall Duplex unfurnished
STANDARD TRANSMISSION with carport. Also 2 closed in Apply in person at Garden i I II
Control while Bill Adams absorbed -i 'I Restaurant. tfchg TRAILER PARK house. Private entrance. Phone
porches. Uses Florida:! Power
!IF i. the loss for Johns. I:, lights. See at 617 Pinewood I : 1 ml SE of Keystone Hta 9647964. tfchg.

Only Ir $$99500 Only $39500 Tommy Chastain had two I, Drive. Itpj 1 FOR SALE-2 year old registered i on Route 100 Jerome Johns
singles for the Pest Control i Appaloosa :; tfehi!
while J. Roy Chasteen and I: FOR SALE Herring5alliMarvin I II I Best Kansas blood lines. Leopard -; FOR RENT Furnished i
Iron Safe 32"x24" Can .excellent disposition. $1- i -
had for I I
each singles .
FOR SALE I i room house. Apply 308 8. Wa-
be seen at 141 West Madison 200. Terms possible. The Risings I
Johns' Oil. I St. 2tchg 7-4 I ,. Rt. 1 Box 499, Melroseor I Ready mix concrete concrete ter St. Itchg.

ACTION IS TIlE BIG ATMON AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S Pest League Control.Standinjs.. .._ 15.W L 2 I J. G. Davidson j call OR 5-5170. 3tchg 7-i :: block rent, mortar house piers mix rock sand,'' FOR SALE-One riding and

Lawtey .-... 11 4- FOR RENT -Small furnished FOR; RENT Nicely furnished -j Tster shell limerock roof'I working mare. Two bulls.

I Johns' Oil .-..- 40 -,..7 I 2 bedroom: house near gravel Hntels. BRADFORD' one whiteface one. charolaise
Coca Cola, ... .. 6 11 apartment $50 per mo. Utilities schooL 612 Lake St. Mrs. A. i> ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521 1, 8 mo. old. A. C. Sl .de, liaxTffle. -
furnished. M. R. Judd. ;
> > Bldg Supply. . 5 12 phone 964-5951. 127 Lafayette i, P. Saul. 633 McMahon St. Starke. tfch ltp

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Raiford "... ...... .2 13. St. 2tchg 6-271 964-5744. tfchg i I II I-BE SURE TO SEE World Book-

Schedule FOR SALE A-100 Interna- '' before
FOR SALE-3 bedroom housein I SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE buying any other En-
Friday. June 28- Lawteyvs. -Doyle Conner Farm, North tional Tractor with equip- cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your
Saratoga Heights. James A.
Florida Pest ,Control ,.atstarke U.s. 301. tfchg. ment. Wade Gaskins. Rt. 2 i local representative since 195$.
206 WEST MADISON STREET STARKE, FLA.;I : Sullivan Phone 964-8084. I Box 93. Starke. Phone 964- P. O Box 603 Phone 964-3794.
II I i 1 tfchg L. G. Powell f"l.*. ""
-- I iilli* 1513. Itchg j j I
Monday,*Jul _Raiford,1, -"- .. .- ". .- -' ,. -- .. tfchgrAGE

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I Bradford County Telegraph

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:. .:... :. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 27, 1963 -
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any refrigerator. Hill, Va. are visiting her par- of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reg- visited their children the Harvey -

i iI I Keep the condenser clean.', ents, Mr. and Mrs. John God I ister and family in Lake. City Lenox in Jacksonville
at4 ii i i Disconnect the refrigerator ;, win.Mr. : Saturday. Sunday.Mr. .

Home I and use a brush or vacuum: and Mrs. Freddie Walker The many mends of Mrs. and Mrs. Michael Dobbs
I j
Ij II j I :. cleaner to remove dust and of Ft. Walton Beach were !' nex Addison, Mrs. O. B. Gor- I have moved to their new home

Ii lint from the condenser. This Sunday guests of his grandparents north of Raiford.Mr. .
i | i don Mrs. Bill Browning and
A Safe Holiday For All-Vie/ Hope! i Demonstration I should be done at least twicea Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. I Mrs. Lawtey Crews will regret and Mrs. George Euler

ii i year. Make sure, too, that I Tompkins. They were on their to learn that they are ill in have moved to Raiford we

Well the Fourth of July is upon us same announcer comparing the number ij j Notes .4 your refrigerator is level. j honeymoon. King Memorial hospital in wish to extend to them a hearty -

again. And it'll be.a most welcome day Then a little later we can hear the I Open the refrigerator door'! Miss Carrie Bell Faulkner of Lake Butler. We wish them a I welcome. Mrs. Euler will be

of rest for us, we might add. of deaths on the road to the total predicted -, I only when necessary. Have j Jacksonville was the weekend I speedy recovery.Mr. I'I remembered as the former

The Fourth of July-a day on whichall much the same way he compares I By Dorothy Ross J'I foods ready to place in the refrigerator -j guest of her aunt Mrs. Lydia and Mrs. Cecil Addison -I Loyce Ethel Anderson.
Home Demonstration Agent II' before you open the Johns. Miss Faulkner took : Jr. of Lake I
Americans can be proud and grate- Roger Maris' home run outputto I i City were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc-
door and close the door immediately Mrs. Johns to see her brother. : guests of their parents, Mr. several
ful. It's a day to relax. For some it'sa last year's.No Cellon of Jasper spent
I after you place the Sam Whitehead Sunday as and Mrs. Cecil Addison Sr. at days last week visiting her
day or, a long weekend to take a trip. I'
one needs to be told about the 1! food insifeEach:! time outside she is just out of the hospital Heilbronn Springs and Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
: To sum it up: It's a day to be glad of 4-H Camp es from Florida Fruits and
statistics, we're all too familiar with [ air enters the refrigerator: with a broken arm. i and Mrs. Theodore Rosier i McClellon of Lawtey and Mr.
our heritage and it's a day to have fun. "HEAP GOOD TIME- the 4-1 Vegetables. Many of you are the unit must work overtime
them. But perhaps now and then we H I now so why i Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grif. here this weekend. I and Mrs. Mack Sweat of State
Way evident making pickles
But it's also for statistics was quite
a day to cool it. B too that
need a reminder. j last week at Cherry Lake dont you request one of these ? sure fis and children were guests.; Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade'' Farm.
(grim ones, we might add) and pre-: the rubber door gasket does -- -. -
dictions. It is not difficult to hear in After it happens it's too late to be Camp located near Madison.A bulletins? It includes many not leak air. Test for leaks by i.I '- -

the. mind's ear the radio announcerS sorry! group of 35 girls nine interesting recipes. closing the door on a dollar ,
boys and two agents the largest You may call 964-2865 or I
blaring out someone's prediction of how We wish you all a safe and happy card to P. O. Box 267 : bill; if the bill pulls out easily -
4-H to to drop a
go camp : the gasket does not fit '
deaths will accidentally.
man Fourth of July.
occur from Bradford County made Starke Florida. We are located -, tilghtly enough. .

the trip. There were also in ths courthouse annex. I Give your refrigerator less HOW TO HAVE L : : '.
Refrigerator Needs
I' groups from Columbia, Baker work by keeping in it only ,. '
Florida Still Has Problems/ and Union Counties. Proper Care I those foods that actually need : '"" .'
Karen Lee and Brenda Proper care makes the job -
i refrigeration. Crown items as MORE TIME : '. .
Green's cabin won recognitionas of the refrigerator less wear- '. '
as leaving
: The hefty tax program put on the Florida's natural resources in the face being the best all-around ing and more efficient. I i little air space between them a.. .

books by the recently adjourned State of the state's tremendous population girls' squad. They rated highin Unless your refrigerator is when you can. i FOR

Legislature totals a record $987 million growth, aid to municipalities where cabin inspection participation self-defrosting, defrost it

and it is said will cost each citizen 75 per cent of the state's population in the water relays and whenever the Ice and frost are ,YvvVYVVYVYYYVYvTV.

.$50 a..year. But the big budget which resides, sound fiscal policies includingfair participation in talent and one-fourth inch thick on the I LUNCH .
skit nights. evaporator. Ice acts as an insulator I
includes much new construction for tax assessments, elimination of RAIFORDiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
the coils, rapidly :
The campers received Instruction on
higher education will by no means be wasteful duplication, and strict ad- 1
in swimming and cutting down the efficiency of
the end to Florida's spending problems, herence to constitutional government.It water safety highway safety the refrigerator. Clean the refrigerator -! '

even though most of us aren't even can easily be seen that we face leather craft and finishing thoroughly each Mr. and Mrs. Mallory

beginning to think up new troubles. these same problems at the county, wooden salad bowls. time it is defrosted. Tompkins of Orlando are the .

Secretary of State Tom Adams, state, and national levels. Mrs. Boots Green and Mrs. Self-defrosting refrigeratorsneed proud parent of a son, Mark Boss, secretary, or in-between, you value

speaking in Jacksonville this week, But Adams said, the most critical James Edwards: assisted with periodic cleaning, too. Randal, born June 17. This I that noonday break. So why not do
listed a number of top problems the need of our time is unselfish, enlight- the instruction.Mrs. This includes [for both types] is the 17th great grandchildof your

state has yet to whip, and he ranked ened leadership in government and to Helen Hardiman wiping the unit, inside walls the E. W. Tompkins. j noorirhour banking by mail? Every letter."t.. ,.

quality education the foremost. Whether get the public, you and me, to take a Home Demonstration Agent in and shelves with soda or borax Mrs. Bell Addison of Jack- box office mail chute

we like1 it or not, the needs of educa- greater interest in public affairs. Columbia County told Indian water. The rubbed door sonville visited: relatives and every is a teller'swindow '

tion are growing constantly and con- We dare to disagree with Sec. stories at the Pow-Wow. gasket should be washed, Sunday night and ,"for all practical purposes"! : ,
Pickles and Relish
tinuously. They will no doubt continueto Adams on only one point. Our most rinsed and dried. Never use Monday .
: We now have a new bulletin I Mr. and Mrs. Haley Wain-
grow faster than funds can be sup- critical need on any level, local state, harsh scouring powders on
11 called Pickles and i iI wright and mother, Mrs. Marion .
plied to meet those most pressing or national, is for each individual, I Wainwright of Jacksonville :

needs, as is now the case. Even with again you and me, to take an active -- were Monday guests of scK: US FOR! FREE MAIL DEPOSIT FOSM3 rwFLORIDA

the Legislature's 1963 appropriation to interest and participate in our govern- :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Connor.

schools, salaries are still low, and text- ment. Some of the problems facing the COUNTYAGENT Mrs. Rubye Yarbrough spent

books and buildings will still be shprt. American public today offer conse- WITH yL4 : sv several days this week in

The only way to keep this country quences as dire as any in the history of I Jacksonville as guest of Mrs.

ahead, however, is to. meet these terrific our country. We must meet these prob- YOUR I& : j Bell Addison and relatives. ;i

needs of education faster and bet- lems, big and small and on all levels of ,- V. NC Janice Hall of Paxton Ill.

ter than anybody else in the world. government, by letting our elected of- arrived Friday to spent three

As Florida's population continuesto ficials know what we think.If months with her grandparents. .. .. .
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grow as the present rapid rate we the people would let themselvesbe .

will need more roads and facilities of heard, Florida would get the unselfish Tompkins.parents to Janice come the expects last her of I-. .. ___ 'l" 'B'-"A--'N'----. A Js.rA.. : : R! K ,E.. .._ __ .__, I

kind all of which will into enlightened for
every dip leadership <. \ July for 30 days. :
the pocketbook of the individual citi- which Sec. Adams is asking. If we # Mrs. Carlis McIntyre of

zen. Other problems mentioned by would but speak out, we would be wellon Avon Park visited Mrs. Drew One of 31 .Banks of the Florida National Group

Adams which by stretch of the the to solving Florida's or Sweat
are no way any Sunday.Mr. .
imagination small, are conservation of government's, most pressing problem.Farmer's and Mrs. E. G. Crowderand Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.M.PERFORMANCE .

daughter Debbie of South 1, .

1-- \ George T. |
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y v- I closely, saw a wasp back out Huggins
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of[ a hole. carrying some earth I I
( 1 DiaryBy which it deposited on the pile I J-- TOl : '

and then went S .down U for more. I TOBACCO GROWERS don't my peanuts.and thought I had I
Sam McGarveyand forget to notify' us of your a good yield of 1.000 pounls: .,.... ... .. ... ..
Did work with the :<> \"
some I ; "
choice for a suggested tobacco per acre. It'was a good yield '.. '
tractor this week and was : .. .:{ .
date. In in 1935.
market opening .... .
then a freeze set the : '
extra careful in view of the
some instances, the
.:rop back. fatal accident caused when,
S S ballot has been mailed to BUGS. If. you suspect chinch
pulling out big myrtle bushes.! growers. If you have not received bug damage give your lawn
We've got an entire new As all Ford owners know the a ballot, it is important the c ffee' can test Cut the
crop of brains in the Lawtey place to hitch when pullingis I
that every grower express lid and bottom out of a large
section now and they're located under the rear axle his desire. A tobacco tin can. Then force one end .
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.. where you'd least expect to as when a pull is exerted at meeting will be held in Live of the can into the lawn soil "" .. :. .:: :. %
find them: in a mule. But this ,- ....
that point the front wheelsare tabulatethe with water. Now .
Oak on July 2nd to -fill'the can f : '" h.
Summertime arrived officially Isn't any common old "jughead" pulled DOWN and hug results. wait. If you have chinch bugsin : ,..).. I w -
I ::: /j/-i.fiJi
this week, but we didn'tneed with no will power anda the ground. To pull from, any HOG CHOLERA kills more your lawn, they will floatto ...,r, ; r .. j- 1:

a calendar to let us lot of "won't power." No other point is asking for hogs past weaning age than the top in five or ten min :. :: ,
know as the big-leafed plants siree! This is white mule, r:1": : ::
a : .
trouble or death. any other single disease. You utes. However be sure you :. : ::: :: : "."
wilted in the afternoon and : owned by Jack Andrews, who S U U have heard and read about put the can over a yellow declining 4' ; r' } '. :"::; :". .," .-- .:.. .::'::.. : .,

big-eared, Sam' did the same. bought a place on SR-225 But anyhow we used the the nog cholera eradication section of the grass. A ',. ,v'c ./":; ;5 ''
Showers help though, and after opposite the Willie Griffis in- ( ..,,,
to be -
tractor to move a big heapof program that is now under- section that appears *' '
one the air is refreshingly farm. Mr. Andrews moved rubble and concrete out ofa way. We are underway with fested. The only variety of ,

cool. here from Union County: he proposed driveway, then fill our advertising program. We grass that is in serious dangerof

S used to have a Brahman steer in the .place. using a scoop are also getting more hogs chinch bug attack is St. '- .
Alice. is still away and Samis that did a lot of tricks. to dig and haul the dirt. The vaccinated.- Congress passed Augustine. If you find chinch I :- -- -' ,,.

keeping house [man style] S I S job didn't take long to do, this law in 1961 authorizingthe bugs in your lawn, begin I" ,

and staying alive! by eating a George Shuford saw the but it took nearly four yearsto USDA to participate in a chemical treatments immedi- L.. '* ...
chicken pot pie daily. In fact, mule go through a whole rou- start it. hog cholera eradication pro- ately. Frequent inspection and 1i -

that's the way he keeps trackof tine of tricks all the way S I S gram throughout the United fast treatment will help keep '. j4

time-Alice went away 14< i from standing up on a postto I A dog and cat aren't much States. Beginning September I lawn chinch bug free all -
pot pies ago and she may not picking up his master by company. All they want is to 1st the law becomes effective your

be back for another 20 pot the seat of the pants. George be fed regularly and then here in Florida. You have : summer.

pies. said "I've never seen a mule they hunt the shade. Paddle heard about it, you have read THANKSMrs. I
S do things like that before!" will hear CARD OF ,
and .
.. has this one merit: he is getting about it, you 4. '-' 'X.4 '-f.
: Had a treat this week: a 1 I to be a good watchdog more about it and you will Lonnie Melton wishesto ,
One of Nature's most beau and if should visit and read more about it betweennow the staffat : 'I -
mess of young Fordhooks and you thank Dr. Houpt, ))1 ., I -
tiful creations is the night- I 1. Vac- <
look out for
butterbeans grown by our I I see no one home Doctor's Hospital, and
neighbor Florence Tanner. blooming cereus It's a tender him! cinate your hogs. : '?
I their "
plant and must be brought Inside CORN FLAKES FOR friends and relatives for .+
I I ,' ,
Sam shelled them [what a -' : '>: 7 ?
every winter, but it reQuires -II BREAKFAST or one of the I II many acts of kindness during
jobjl then put them in a pot, I Presbyterian Church I
no care and ours many varieties of hot or cold, her recent illness and hospital
threw in some bacon, and let I
bloom regularly summer. I or shredded, or
every I popped
the mixture stew up a while. II. Walton Grady, Minister I stay. '.4
,', Each bloom is about the size ofa I Ii I puffed or toasted. or coated .. ,, : .\'M.- <
It good but would have" 7 : '
was : big persimmon, consisting of i I Week of June 30-July 6,1' cereals. Just thought you L I.*.;" "tk'- "t.. .r., > 'c. .. r : ::
been better with some corn ..;4': .... -... _?
delicate core of yellow.Castor i 1963. I Ii | might be interested in know- +"" T.:>> 4 f CRO GALAXIE 500/XL tPORTS HARDTOPNOWS..YOU'D

11 bread. S S S i Sunday: Sunday School I ing that last year our American
bean plants are, 9:45: a.m.: Morning Worship I people ate 1,700,000,000

Buster Bennett hauled a I II' scarce this year and if you 11 a. m.; Junior Choir and pounds of cereal. I do not I THIS "CAR KILLER" I{Kt BE DRIVING A bULID: SILENT SUPER TORQUE FORD
load of field peas and butter- I have some, be sure to save Youth Fellowship. 6 p. m.I even know how big a pile one t ,

beans to market this week- the seed. We have one "vol- Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. pound of com flakes it. I do in this
I. end. He said the price on peas I unteer" and we're taking good Monday: Calendar Committee -I know thai I have eaten fresh This steel-edged pothole is pn.abably the world's toughest test Look at Ford's astounding record open competition

was low, and that the 'I care of it. Meeting 7:30: p.m. corn, fresh butter beans fresh i of a car's suspension. We drib'e into this car killer at 30 mph, >ear :n the grueling Daytona. Riverside, and Atlanta 500's, the

on butterbeans quotaI'tions I Thursday: Senior Choir peas and cornbread for several locking our brakes as we go s o the wheels can't roil through World 600 at Charlotte, N.C., and in the demanding Pure Oil

good until a week ago when!I I Ever see a burrowing wasp? : Practice. '1:30 p.m. II I days. I even eat cornflakes -; Charley the hole as they normally wou id.! The car slams against the fcr Performance Trials.Only a car with total performance-the best

_ the market "broke." Incidentally -!I At least that's what we call it.. I; Friday: Session Meeting! for supper. edge of the hole with such im.pact that it literally bounds out. combination of strength, balance, precision control and road-
- .he said he didn't make Sam happened to see to tiny. ,, 7:30: p.m. I PEANUTS IS NOT A WIt : : E. I If you added up the cumulal live effect of all the jars and jolts clinging suspension-could roll up so many wins.

_ much on berries this past sea- pile of fresh earth by the carport I Saturday; Men's Work day, I is a member of the "Bean", I car's suspension systemdriving.itwouldn't experiences in years of normal Before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, silent Superpactofonetripthroughthehole.
son, as he got them in late and on looking more 8 a.m. I family. This Is not direct ag your
I 1"."... I match the in Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lately, you can't really
ricultural information but just LUJW&., -- '_ .. ,,' .1 .L .___..___ !t
interest. Fif-\ Yet-a Ford must run this test three times to prove its strengin. know wnara new tora 1S use.Mane inis important Discovery
another item of ,.
''about this question: has it's built by Ford,it's built for perfomunce..4performance.
ty to 60 per cent are used for How can a Ford take,it? Because Ford's front suspension

peanut butter. 25 to 30 percent |"If anyone in. my family extra beef in spindles, springs suspension arms-in fact, it's

4.iP4 are salted, and 10 percent \causes a golf bicycle or about 20 pounds heavier than the front suspension of our -

1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH are used in candy. The motor boat injury, will the principal competitor's car. solid silent SUPER TORQUEWe
usedin ,
is also
versatile peanut and!
medical expenses prop- We don't expect you to abuse your car the way we do our test rea DnAI$tIlE mB t.Of -
ESTABLISHED 1879 of other products.
; a variety erty damage be paid and i drive welcome the extra strength PRODUCTS )
E. L. MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ranging from glue to livestock ;' cars. But,however you you'll
0 1963 o Ci') feed. Peanuts have become (j!I the liability be covered under ,\; of a total!performance Ford.Ford strength is tested in a thousand F.R 0

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON- one of the South's leading our Homeowner Policy ways in Ford's laboratories and proving grounds-and in open KOTCaCCMPARYTERWILLEGAR:

0 tI TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD cash crops. Florida alone pro- with the Charley E. Johns competition in the world's toughest rallies and stock car events.

duced an average of 4,759 ,Agency?"
pounds per acre in 1960.!
1 Nearly 75 per cent more than I MOTORS

IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 . SIX MONTHS $2.00 the State average ten years I Agency
. earlier. My last FPA project,
when I was in high school, PHONE 96-1-0121
and I I 206 West Madison Street Starke, Floridaw
over at Alachua. was corn 131 S. Walnut St.

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JTTVTTTTTfl'TTTTTTTrTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTVTYTTTTI' 'i\=, L. ..... .( rYYTTVTYTTYTTTYTYTYYYl Green Cove Springs Sunday. :clouds were heavy' that day.- the Eastside Baptist Churchin

'; .." I Miss Marian Fredriksson is ''They spent from' Wednesdayithru :, Gainesville to hear John L

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS .... ,'f I MELROSE spending the week in Jack- Sunday with Mrs. Hudson ;.Clough speak at the morning

sonville; with Mr. and: Mrc !While' here they went to St. service. John is the son of Mrsii1s

By Mary K. Schaeffer By Mrs. Alice RotlihammerVYVVvyyYyvyyyyyyyyyyy' Don Ferguson and Mr.: and : Augustine on a sightseeing; sister, Mr. and Mrs La-

Mrs. John Fredriksson.Mr. I itrip. ::m1l1'\ Clough of Gainesville He

i. . . . . . reo3atly Tennessee
11-LA AA&.&.&.&.&.,, .&AAA..& &AAAAAAAA11.AAAALAAALJmay and Mrs. Larry Martin'i Weekend guests to the home graduated from

Mrs. Grant Rothhammer of 'i of Mrs. Callie Rye were :Misses Temple Schools in Chat-
Civil Air Patrol do so by bringing their ( Albany, Ga. spent the weekend '
Schedules Outing rackets. and daughter, Carol, have returned -i! ( with her parents, Mr. and .Callie, Pam and Barbara Herr-''tanqpga, Tenn. He is going to

1 own home after spending' ]Mrs. Oland Wilson. !:ing of Gainesville Loretta Dallas! Texas in the very near

The Keystone Heights Civil Rotary to Conduct two weeks visiting Mr. and I Luke, Palatka, John Herring ,future to attend Seminary
Mrs. L. T. i
Brown and sister
Air Patrol Squadron will hold SwimmingProgram I S Mrs. L. M. Milligan Mr. and ,of Gainesville and David Herr- ,!I Misses Nancy Crawley and
Mrs. D. F. Senecal of
a chicken barbecue at "Ash In addition to the Recrea- S.,' I Mrs. Don; Beach and boys, Mr. Jacksonville spent two weeksin ing of San Bernardine, Calif. I(Ann Sikes of Griffin Ga are

land," the estate of Col. Harold tion Program at the Park, the and Mrs. Virgle I. Rowe and: ] Ashville, N. C. i<'Harris Herring of 'East Palat-., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer

Ashley one half mile, southeast Keystone Heights Rotary Club son, Mr. and: Mrs. Norman,I'j ,\''ka.' j i I Sikes this week.
Mrs. H. H. Dickson and|
of Melrose. on the Putnam I will conduct their annual Blevins and children and Mr. I' Bobby Ridenoir i* a patient ;1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout

Hall Road, on Saturday I swimming program startingon L r .,, and Mrs. Dale Price and child- I j daughter. Antronett, from Seattle in the Glendale Hospital in ;were visiting Mr. and Mrs
Wash. visited Mr. and j i
afternoon and evening, June I July 8, and continuing ren in Tulsa, Okla- and Mr. ;' .:| Palatka. We hope he will be 'I Tom Roberts in Gainesville on
Mrs. Ray Birt.
29 from 3 p.m. on. Tickets i Monday through Friday, until t- 4.4iJJ and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer;I j home soon. Thursday.Mr. .
may purchased at the gate. and children in North Little I Mrs. E. C. Spires is visiting ] and Mrs. Walter McCal)
the 19th. Classes will be from
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman
J I Rock her mother, Mrs Kostibas, in'': ,of Jacksonville were visiting
Ark. and Mr. and Mrs. |
Proceeds will be used toI 10 a.m. until noon. Instruc- ___ : : went to Bradenton on Tuesday :j
I .. T F. Chamblee and family in Miami. i\ |Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes on
finish the C. A. P. Airplane tors will be from the YMCA 4 to attend the meeting of the !
Atlanta Miss Beulah and [Sunday.
which will be used on Orientation -II Camp Immokalee. They will Ga. Sargeant Florida State Cattleman's As- '
Mrs. Stella Stanley have i Christine and Zan Brantley
flights for Cadets and divide the classes into "Min Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires returned sociation. They returned on
i after spending a month i! :spent :Monday and Tuesday
on rescue flights in coopera-i nows." "Fish." Flying Fish." :: and sons Evans and Gregg.i j Friday. I i
'in Georgia with relatives. \yith their grandmother :Mrs
tion with the Civil Defense "Shark," Junior Live-Saving, : of Tallahassee spent the weekend j
Miss on
Judy Sapp .Ruth Reed at Lake Swan. On
Rescue work. 'I and Senior Life-Saving. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rau and ;
i Sunday after spending .the Monday afternoon they went on
children of Seattle Wash. II
I II Mrs. Emory Cross of Gaines-1 i 1 are
Besides good eating, there I Swimming as everyone I ;: S *!L j Ai' week with her grandmother, r!!{shopping trip in Gainesville
_..... ,, .4... ville visited friends in Mel-i i visiting her parents, Mr. and
""""A> "'- --" "" .<.:-. ;'''' '.''' .
will be fishing, skiing and knows, is not just for child- --- ""=_ :ii'.oj '-- 1't'' .:&'ki' !? :II.!5f tL I Mrs. I. D. Sapp in BelL p David Brantley returned on
rose Saturday. I [Constinued on Page 11] I I
swimming in the several private -r ren. Anyone over the age of I I Robert and Linda Pierce i Friday from the 4-H camp at '
Fire Miss Marie Allen of Pensa-
By Keystone Dept.Emergency
lakes on the estate for all ; six years is welcome in the ': i' son and daughter of Mr. and .:'Camp McQuarrie. He had a
cola is
18 trons. classes. No one in Keystonehas i' Mrs. Happy Pierce are in :good' time at camp and has
: i,
Shrfners Have Barbecue any excuse for not being wn.Mr. Cleremont visiting their grand-1 i quite a sunburn!
i Vehicle In Operation and Mrs. Carl Cox spent ':
On Saturday evening, June able to swim! .' the weekend at Crescent) i I,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry j(I Closing exercises for the Vacation

22 the Keystone Heights Somebody Goofed! I 'f I, Beach. j i Pierce. Bible School of Paran

members of the Clay County II! Someone within the rangeof The Town of Keystone ,: conditioned. are now being trained in first I' Mrs. Ada Ford and :Mrs. R j By Cliarleycnc BiantlcyA4AAAAAAAAAAAA | Timmy Price, son of Mr. and':.Church: will be held on Wednesday .

Shriners Club enjoyed a bar- our local telephone system Heights has been supplied by : It j is to be used only as an aid procedures. The instructor V. Ford visited R. V. Ford in |I \ ****** |Mrs. Calvin Price, of Flora- I(, evening at 7:30 p. m

hocue at the home of Mr. and has a nice rug to sell. Mrs. I the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral emergency vehicle and not to is Richard Weghorst of the Veteran's Hospital in Lake i :home celebrated his fifth birthday I.Everyone:I is invited to come and

Mrs. E. F. ["Buster"] Aiken Mann in Lake Geneva would I Home with a completely equip- i, transport convalescents according Gainesville, the only instructor City Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Zagorra I on Saturday with a party. ..:see what the children have

on Lake Geneva. Enjoying the : like to know who it is. So i i ped emergency vehicle to bs : to Charles :McGlave,' of instructors in northeast i i Mary Elizabeth and Lee I I':and Cindy their of Portland, Oregon I.Eleven small guests helped him'Ii (il learjied this week.

used in the Keystone area. 1! Keystone Heights First aid Florida. Four members of the visited grandmother, Mrs. celebrate.. After some games,
evening with the host and ] would the people at Clay Electric -I William Bowen, and Evon Vira and :Mrs. Callie i' *
The vehicle is still owned by officer. In case of ; fire department are being Herring I I cake and ice cream was serv-
; emergency
hostess were Mr. and Mrs. who print the Kilowatt. I ( Boyle, all of Jacksonville; and I]Rye on Wednesday. :Mrs. Herring -led.I i I PARAN BAPTIST CIIUKCIII
DeWitt C. Jones but since I dial 473-4312 in trained instructors the .
a person may as
of .
Hugh I Robert Jeffery Barrentine
Griffin Mr. :
and Mrs. FLA.
Once, some months we is
Jennings Murrhee Jr., Mr. read that the Kilowatt ago would I three weeks ago has been operated -f Keystone for use of the yeS program may be continued. : Chicago, Ill. were recent guests::,mother.Cindy's great grand- I Johnny Mikell of Jackson. i .

and Mrs. Richard Murrhee, by the Keystone hicle. Several calls to lakes in Members of the fire depart- of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boyle. I!; ville spent 'the weekend with Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor
j' not carry want ads that were ment in the operation of the Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Pelliginni Ihis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sunday School 10 a in.I .
:Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Wig- ; Height Fire Department. An 1 the surrounding area have already Dr .and: Mrs. Cecil R. Hooks j I
: unsigned had
and just a telephone I
and children of Miami returned
gins, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Har- J ) number. Somewhere 1 addition has been added, as been made. vehicle are McGlave, EverettR. recently visited Mr. and Mrs.I j1. Grainger. Morning Worship, 11 a.m
a- Fox, fire chief; Charles Tol- John Hook and in to visit Mrs. A. G. Hinson aftera i On Sunday morning Mrs. I Training Union. 7-00: p m
denbergh, Mr. and Mrs. Ira : long the line shown in the photo above, to A dozen members of the family '
somebody goofed j j trip to Look-out :Mountain. Callie Rye of Grandin Loretta
ford, president of the fire department Pompano Lakes, N. J. j Evening Service, 8:00: p m
stringer Mr. and Mrs. C. E. i because the ad that wor- house the vehicle, which is Fire Luke of Palatka Barbara
i Keystone Department and Gene Williams, i They couldn't see very far Hour of Power. Wednesday
Mrs. A. W. Sikes and child- '
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. WallyMuhihofer i, ries Mrs. Mann has no name, j while there the andKEYSTONE Herring of Gainesville went to knight
completely equipped and air-I who will operate the vehicle' assistant fire chief. ren, Armond and Janine of 8-00: p. m
Mr. and
Mrs. Ed
but it has her telephone num-

}Hussey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl ber. Every day she is getting I i ation for that, big day when | ed the guest of honor as well : Mrs. Francis Ega n. Several i Prairie Village, Kans. are visit- :

HaYn r, Mr. and Mrs. Bill I calls about a rug she doesn't !j they take up residence there. 1! as twelve of her friends. II i new members were unable to! ing her mother and brother T

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank !i have. She called Clay Electricto :;I It was so nice to see Susie I PersonalsMr. I, attend, but it is hoped they I and sister-in-law, Mrs. Ruth
Jackson and : MELROSE
Mr. and Mrs. .
Carlisle Mr. and Mrs. Lind- ask about the ad. and to J I Garner in Church on Sunday and Mrs. Harold Sut- will join the group at the Fall i i r'
Jackson and children.
'ay Walker Mr. and Mrs. Bert i whom might she refer the In- I morning. Susie, the former ton and family are anticipating -: meetingthe third Monday !'I Harry

Christoffers Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I[I quiries. They said there was !j Sue Siprelle, said that she and the arrival of Mrs. Sut- | in September. They are Mrs I Mrs. R. M. Vickers is recuperating -'
at home after a'
Aazie Williams, Mr. and Mrs.I no name on the original copy J her family were weekending ton's mother. Mrs. F. A. Fitz-I John Liggett, and Mrs. Wil-1! .
Ii brief at the Alachua General !
S. E. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs-j i -only Mrs. Mann's phone at Grandin Lake. She was happy Patrick of Norfolk Va. who liam Terry of Park of the i stay BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

Ralph C. Crawford. Mr. and number. to tell us that she now has I' will be coming for a visit on : Palms, Mrs. J. W. Perry off I I Hospital. (

:Mrs. Roy Tyre, and Mr. and '1 I 1 a three-week-old daughter, after -j Sunday, June 30. Mrs. Fitzpatrick -, Brooklyn Lake, Mrs. C. W. i Mrs. Bill Boyd and daugh- : --
So. you are the one who ters, Carol and Sheila of Panama 1!
Mrs. Les Stephenson.Edith three boistrous boys. Bill i has made many Minor of Half Moon Lakeland
has the rug, and no one has visiter her mother- I
j City
friends in Keystone who will IJ i ijalso Mrs. Macie B. Hassler off;
Anne Baker Siprelle, her father, is work- APPLIANCES ;i GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTSTHE
called take heart, for Mrs.
as I| in-law, Mrs. Bama Boyd, on i,
Winner Home EC 4.K: : M.anniknows, a lot ,of"people Ling, PHtsburg: % ,. now, ...and"' J be looking forward: to- Lake Geneva. !j j.Lake...Swan from Monday j I. I, S
Publici -
seeinr'hef Con Church ;
1 again. j munity.
there. T
her mother
r living Mary -
We have had a communi- are interested! Why not give I| i through Friday. S Plants
cation from Mrs. Cathryne, her a call and let her know is visiting relatives in I i 1 Community Church News 'j ity ...Chairman Mrs. Helen!] Miss May Kennedy formerly | J. R. TIIIES, Proprietor Garden Supplies and Keystone Heights
i 'at Bill | At the June 16 Sunday Worship Egan, asks that anyone who \
i Montana
present. may Furniture
Kfhoe advising us that Miss your correct name and num- of Lake Geneva, from ;I Authorized Motorola Philco,
1 Service, the youth of the has any items of Restaurant
Edith Anne Baker daughter! ber? : be going back to Africa on his Waycross Ga. and her broth-1 S Duralite and DuPont
; parish were especially honor- please call her at 34748.St. Sales and Service 1'is'
I E. Flakes
job for Pittsburg Plate Glass 1\ Paints S Owner-3Igr
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W.i Personals er, Seth E. Kennedy, of Lake I fcO
ed it Fathers' William's N'e'sThe
being Day.
Baker, of Crystal Lake was I Rand Edelstein son of Mrs. I Co., and this time, Mary will |I Tommy Bird, Johnny Martin, Steak Supper originally Geneva visited friends in Mel- Service On All Slakes I Wallpapers Painter's Specializing In
the girl who had 80 with him. All the Siprelles last week. TV RADIO STEREO Supplies
the Blue Plates with
best rose
Gena Christoffers of :
Keystone :
'I and Steve Shackleford served planned for July 6 has been I
Home Economics of course, are former Keyston- I Miss Carol Sue Hurst is Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals II
project of Heights, was honorably discharged J{ as ushers. Three high school i iI postponed until July 27-Sat-1 I Fresh Vegetables

"all the girls in all of her I from the US. Armyon I ers. I graduates were present: Mar- urday. Serving will be from'' home from Charity Hospitalin Keystone Heights 473-4651 Zike'sDecorating LOLJ) BEER
classes for the 1! Miss Carolyn Jean Moody, New Orleans La. where she i I
past school I ,
June 10, and is presently I j garet Muir, Carolyn Jean 5:30: pm. until 7. Tickets will, From 6:00 A3L Till ?
i O.pen -
of and Mrs. I
daughter Mr.
year. Edith Anne was a ninth i working in Jacks nville, as a Moody, and Billy Carnes-all be $1.25 for adults; 75c for' finished her first year of AUTO SERVICE Shop
grader this past and Chester Moody of Brooklyn nurse's training. She is spend- MMHM MM *1 At the stoplite Keystone lifts.
year stock broker. Rand is marriedto I| of the class of 1953. children. This supper is spon-
came to our school from a the former Bay is visiting in California !. ing several weeks with her': Terrell'sGulf j Keystone Heights
Mary Lou Gardner ; The Daily Vacation Biblei sored by the Catholic Club. :
with her aunt and uncle, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Homer, PHONE 473-3861
in Miami We salute' parents,
I daughter of Sam and i School has been held this On Monday evening June Lake Brooklyn
this young lady who workedso and Mrs. Robert Nieland. Hurst. ServiceNew ,
Martha Gardner, also of Key- week, Monday through Friday. 24, the Catholic Club met at I' '

diligently in performing her II stone Heights. They have a Mrs. Lynda Gale Richards, with the children learing the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.I' Mr. and Mrs. Allen Taylor ;, & Used Tires ,INSURANCE I'I I RestaurantS
the elder daughter of Mr. and i and childern of Springfield, '
task, and who wrote it i, !
up so two old books and
making note
year son. Randy. Jr. songs, R. Brault. President Brault From $3.00 Up All Sizes j CHOPSSPECIALIZING
Mrs. Moody, is home for the Mass. Mrs. -
visiting Tay-
well.Kecreation. i are ,
As this was being written ;i scrap books, and making conducted the meeting. Plans j I 1
Lubrication Batteries ACC N.J j :
while her husband Col. and Mrs.
summer i parents, Murrhee Insurance : t IN
Program Mary Lou was in Alachua handcraft items under the i ii were made for a parish picnicto .- .
is attending Marine Officers' Ralph A. Stevens, Jr. OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P.Keytoue } e
.'1 City .Park County General Hospital with i I guidance or Christian teach- be held on the church ;i .I.j S. SEA FOOl
I Candidate: School at Quantico, Dr. and Mrs. C R. Hook, AgencyGeneral
Keystone Indians Football I their second child expected to j ers. Carolyn Jean Moody as-' grounds on Sunday, July 21,1 i 1 Heights! 473-4279 : .-- ORDERS TO GO -
Mrs. Hubbard and Mrs. John I
Coach Roy arrive any minute. : Va. S j I sisted Mrs. Carl Darden with i, from noon till evening. Menu :, S
Spradley is conducting 1 AUTO STORE 1.4 Mi. N. of
Bubba Moody [Chester, Jr.,] :' Niles have returned home after InsuranceFire Stoplita
a Summer Recreation Rand and Mary Lou have I ; beginners; Margaret Muir' will feature barbecued chicken, I
I was home for a visit last i spending a month touring Bonds
Program at the City Park bought a beautiful home in a i assister MrsBarry Wyman,: cooked on the grounds and Western Casualty ); Keystone Height'
I I ; "
iI France ,
I weekend from Cocoa Beach,1 Bible England, Germany S
from 8 a.m. until 12 noon.1 I nice suburban section in Jacksonville Director. covered dishes brought by the: i Allied UneKeystone
where he has at Austria, Greece Spain and : '
a job Cape j
Monday: through F rid ay. Hyde Park Acres I| Canaveral. S The Sunday School Picnic' members. There will be games : Portugal.Mr. Associate Store I i1: Heights TeL 473-4283, Beildh

Youngsters and teenagers | and will be living there as i I will be held at 3 p.m. on Friday -, and prizes, and everything is;( and Mrs. John Mac- Appll:1.oces-3Iajor or SUlaU'1Auto' L. Holiday Inn

or am'one- may join in the soon as Mary Lou is able to i Mr. and Mrs .Frank Nichols June 28, at the Keystone ; free. Kenzie are spending the monthin Accessories, Tires, J]MILLWORK 7- :

fun, and play soft ball tetherball care for the house and the 'i' of Saginaw, Mich., were recent -r Beach. This is a covered dish Program committee will in- i Boulder, Colo with their : Batteries. I'i II RestaurantFormerly

i children. visitors at the home of supper with serving from 5 > elude Mrs. Mildred Sutton, '
basket ball badmitten.1 All their furnitureand I J Sporting Goods, Bicycles. & ,
shuffleboard etc., for which appliances are moved in Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody. p.m. Serving will be in charge i, Mrs. Lucille Davie and Mrs., son.Mrs.. Elizabeth Melton is Hardware Paints, Garden f Lawrence's Dinette 'II

kjulpment is furnished. Any- -even the staple groceriesare Newcomers to Keystone i 10f the Young People, while Martha Tomes Mrs. Helen, home after spending nine'f' Supplies. j Keystone COMPLETELY REMODELED
Heights are Mr. and Mrs. the entertainment will be fur-
one desiring to play tennis on the shelves, in prepar- Wallace and Mrs. Margaret' months with Mr. and Mrs. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i I Millwork I OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
James R. Beeler and son nished by the Pioneer Class. j Shop
I LeBlanc will be the food com-
I Gene Lutes in North Highlands ,' ; Full Dinners Lunches -
Jimmy from Monesson. Pa. The closing program of the mittee. Mr. Brault will be the j Calif. Electrical Contractors i Ala Carte Italian Foods
I They the house 1 Bible School will be 'Ii CABINETS DOORS I
are occupying June and
on cpok. George Schaeffer )
Tom Haines of Altomont 1 Block North of Red Light
recently occupied by Miss I! 30. at 7:30 p.m., in the Educational Ernie Tomes will arrange the'' Springs spent Sunday with
Connie Knight. Jimmy, who Building. | benches, etc.. and move what-j Miss Doris Ford. 1 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SCREENS

I just graduated from high: Dr. A. C. Holt, will exchange j ever tables will be required.I A bridal shower was given j]House WiringDectric; Range; Trim Materials I' REAL ESTATE

"SI!.H.H.II school, will attend St. Johns I pulpits with Dr. Scott of the Ii i iI There may or may not be supervised Friday night for Miss Glenda'' and Water Heater Repairs Sash Slide T. Ordf '! _i

S River Junior College. Mrs. I. Presbyterian Church of Jack- swimming at the:* Nobles bride-elect of Jimmy ,
I Beeler is a cousin of Bill sonville on July 7th. Dr. Holt Peach Street easement, depending R. Hall. at the home of Miss Call "Toby" For All Your : Keystone Heights 473-4281 I,

131 1 LISTENING Scales. ; served: this other church many on the number inter, Elsie Jane France. About 20 Electrical Needs !. ,

. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng years and will be returning ested. It was disc ssed: and guests were present. 1 Keystone Heights Ph: 475-4973 ,,. REAL ESTATE

brought their latest addition:': as preacher for the first time some felt that most of the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gray j!U NURSERY MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

i TO MOOD to heir family 11 days old .i'after 12 years seven of ; children of the parish live on and son, Mike of Jacksonville (]FARM SUPPLIES 1- Keystone. Heights, Tel. 473-4297

I -for us to see last weekend. ', which he served as Instructor lakes anyhow, so that another spent the weekend with her
at the less wouldn't be C. & L. Feed Co. I Clemens
We had been to see this little Presbyterian College in j' swim more or mother, Mrs. Nell Roundtree. Nursery

. MUSIC! fellow the previous weekend,; Montreal N. C.. from whence I such a treat. Mrs. Susan Edwards and i Winifred H.

: only to find that his parents (![ he came to the Community At the close of the business daughter Tiha, 'have movedto C. M. BURKHALTER, JR. | :DAYLILIES< 150 Varieties, .. /. CRAWFORDBed

.S .'-. SS were in Jacksonville for the I| Church. S meeting, Mrs. Brault served Boca Raton. S FEEDS i II I I

evening. For a youngster he Dr. Holt, as well as the her guests coffee and cookies. Charles Henderson and,'I FERTILIZERS j trom 25c to.l ea. See Us For I ReI' Estate Broker

L 7' : certainly has traveled! members of the Congregation Eastern Star News I daughter Sharon of Jacksonville > FARMERS HARDWARE I. Your" Every Need In Shrubs, LAke Properties AcreageRanch&s .

:Miss Agnes Watson are proud of their choir under; Order of Eastern Star spent Friday night and : Earleten Trees or Perennials. Basiaes City

the direction of Mrs. George Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. .
Honored ShowerOn Chapter 279 held its last regular TeL Melrose GR 5-5163 Hiway 100 it Hillcrest Homes UtoUls
Canova. W. W. Addison. ,
June 18, 1963 Mrs. The regular Summer Com- : of meeting Masonic in Chapter Temple room on Mr. and lIrs..Ross Bass and" 2y2 Mile. East of "'Verake A Personal IntareA*
In Your
Myron Prevatt and Requirement
Mrs. G. j
To munion will be held July 14. : 8 After the' children of Bunnell spent aweek's ] J .
you who can't find time to listento Raymond Starnes, were host-j ,June 18, at p.m. S .KeystoneHeightsNursery Midway: Keyston Height a
at. the 10 am. Morning Wor- regular business of the evening vacation with her parents a a tee.... I Itdna
esses: at a linen shower .for !i i conducted by Mrs. Phyllis Mr.: and Mrs. J. V. Slade. Williami r rnORL ,I > ."':;;I MeIrs
Miss ;
Agnes Watson bride-1
ship.Mrs. i I
mood music or pursue your other in- elect whose marriage will'take S. E. Kennedy Chair-i' Hussey, Worthy Matron Miss Martie Chamberlin of >;NURSERY Stock Thousands Of Hiwaj 21-Opoq SoodajsOR -

. man of Circle m and her cochairman : and Edward Hussey. Worthy I Micanopy recently visited in 6--mJ
place this weekend. -
The shower .
i : the home of her neice Mr. FLOWERS Plants & Fruit Trees, Jo!
Mrs. Earl Haynor,: Patron, the Past Matrons and
was held at the home of and Mrs. Dock L. Tison and !IoIelro5e Choose From. Nice Shade
S terests-use our deposit-by-mail service. Mrs. Starnes on East Lake-1 entertained at a lovely luncheon Past Patrons were extended *" For An Occident Tree .]S. E..: McKay. Realtor_

view Dnve. Assisting the hostesses on June 18, for the members very interesting courtesy by children. Phone: OR 5-2331, Evergreens & Land&capei. -

were Mrs. E.. T. Martin of their new circle. In >: the officers. Lloyd Baldwin and Guy,. Plants. All In Containers, Plant'' 14 Lots Lake Lilly ,$3500.

Pay your bills by check through the maiL Mrs. George LaRue and the cool comfort of Mrs. K nnedy's : Associate Matron, Bertha:' .Catchpole, members of Boy -<(<:;ARAGES Anytime. See Our Plants Fort'Terms%11S.:! 16 Lots Sunset Lake .
Terms Investment .
:Scout Troop 109 Melrose tracts

Mrs. Huntley Redfearn, Jr. I accepted home the various the members offices 'i upon Ward which displayed she a large placed poster the' marched in the parade and HILL'S GARAGE : Quality. Let '.Us Do Your large enough for ,several lots _

The tea table as well as the attended the watermelon festival Landscaping }arres, to ulde sandy bea h. ,
Mrs. Kennedy had arranged. word SUCCESS. Then Star PAINTING & BODY ,WORK
rest of the house was beauti-I I Use for recreation while hold
in Chiefland. Electric and ,
as follows: Devotional Chair- Point Miriam Mingle- Ae1yIeneIVeldhig
fully decorated with flowers of Ada I'O. C. Carnes Inc for Inn tmmt.
SI VTE BANK mixed pastel shades. man Mrs. William Reynolds; i dorff escorted Past Matron Miss Doris 'Clopton of Jacksonville |l'! Nursery 2 BR CB furnished E-Z Term

Secretary Miss Gertrude Hou- : ::Beatrice Schroeder to the pos- : is visiting Mr. and Radiator Repairs cottage onkauitiful
MEMBER .. D. I. C, KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMC Gifts were arranged undera ser, assisted by Mrs. James ter and placed Beatrice's' :Mrs. B r y a n Whitfield of':!!4-HR. WRECKER SERVICE;,23 3IL East Of Starke Oat* Lake Hutchinson .

MUCV&UT CAMt M *-C rMCMDUT COMMUNITY pastel colored umbrella. Tailored Seat Covers Hwy Joe At Horahorae, Phone $7,000. Terms.
Cook, who is also treasurer. :name in position, as the neu- I Campville.Mr. & Trim ..

4 Special prizes were won by'' Sunshine chairman Mrs. Bert-i I cleus of an anagram game. and Mrs. C. A. Ford Keystone ,64-5665 Night Time And.. 1 Keystone Heights, Fla.

-.-- Mrs. E. T. Martin and Mrs.' rand Slocombafter Sept. 1. :Bea. the Chapter's- first Jady ':daughtersattended the 473-4465. Nite 473-4109 j I T.A.M. 473-4816
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I rtYTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTmLAWTEY the 15th and 29th. Youth Monday. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Milo employed at the Lake City) TTWYYYTYYYYTYYYTYTTYYTTYYTTTYYYYYTTYYYTTTTTYNEWS Center Fort Bliss, Tex., June r---

" I meeting on alternate Satur- I Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kemp, Smith on Sunday. !Zoo for a short while. | OF INTEREST TO COLORED 9. ; -

H \ days 8 p.m.Misses Jr. and family of Savannah.I Dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders ; Powell entered the Army in WILLIAMSJEWELRY'

Enza and Arthurine Ga. spent their vacation herewith }'I' Mrs. George Shuford on Sun-:i spent Sunday afternoon with CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy January, 1963 and completedbasic :I

By Enza Blanchard Blanchard are spending their Mrs. Kemp's mother, day were Mrs. Frances Tharpe J]her brother and sister-in-law J training at Fort Gordon.Ga. I

I vacation in South Florida.' Mrs. Susie Pievatt and other : of Cullen, Va. Carl Shuford :Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish inj i ( Elizabeth GIvens He is a 1962 graduate of : \

AAAAAAAAAAAAajjAA1AWoman's They will visit Mr. and Mrs. relatives. Betty Prevatt return!II .of Eau Gallie Gwendolyn' ;Maxville. I{ LLALAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA1AAAAAAAAAA1AAAALLAAAA. R.J.E. High School. '

Missionary Unionof J. B. Dye. Fort Lauderdale,I'I ed with the Kemps for a visit.' Starling of Jacksonville, :Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson :| !I REPAIRS

the First Baptist church Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Atkinsonand Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and and Mrs. Charlie Shuford, : and family of Mac- : Summer ProgramMr. The daily vacation Bible I :1 WATCIIKS-DIAMONDS

held its social meeting at the daughters. Homestead I: children of Deland were Sat- 'j Mrs. John Shuford and Dave. I i clermy spent Sunday with her i\ Tompkins and staff school staff consists of :Mrs. : :

home of Mrs. Leslie Phillips I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bohannon ;,; urday overnight guests of Mr. j Debbie and Andy Andrews parents. Mr. and Mrs. Troyj i workers of the summer program -I Gladys Blye, chairman, Miss AD Work GuaranteedA.

Tuesday evening with eight and family and Mr. and Mrs. I j i and Mrs. Jay Eunice as they cf Wildwood spent the week :Bennett. are grateful for the cooperation -, M. McBride, Miss E. Pinion, C. Williams
s.1 '
with their grandparents, Mr. Pfc Randall Bradley U. given by the M. Lee and L. McCutchen.The tot@95t
members and two visitors present M. H. Wyatt and family of : were enroute to W a r m j par- :, C.
. their 'I and Mrs. W. F. Moore. Army, flew home from Germany ents and students in the sum- j parents asked to
Mrs. Futch gave the de Miami. They also plan to visit i, Springs, Ga. where ;j are ,, 142 W. Call St.
votional. Mrs. Sidney Hansen Key West and other points of daughter, Miss Karen, receives Guests over this weekend at for a 30 day leave with I mer program. The attendance i; ccme see, your children in \ 666

and Mrs. Milo Smith gave a interest before coming home. treatments.Miss the home of Mr. and Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.j is admirable in the enrich- !' progress. Je Starke, Fla.

chapter each in our Mission Mrs. Walter Martin spent Alma Jean Prevatt is Bryant Reddish were Mr. and L. Bradley. \ ment classes and swimming Weekly Schedule -

study book World Awareness.Mrs. : the weekend at the Christian I spending her vacation with Mrs. Jack Dugger and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyand classes. We are hoping for the !I Monday, night Choir No. 1will -

Phillips served, refresh- camp at Branford. She will \ her grandmother, Mrs. Sutherland -I Mrs. C. M. Barber of Mac- Dearl!, Mr. and Mrs. Paul continued cooperation of the .h hold rehearsal at 8 p.m.

ni nts. spend next week with her I in Lake Butler. I clenny. and :Mrs. Lucy Skag- Bennett and family, Mr. and I parents to help us keep this Tuesday night story hour at I IJj'

Dixonand '1 field of Tallahassee. Mrs. Gary Bennett and children -[ program safe. Parents are 7:30. Wednesday general
The WSCS of the Methodist son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I :Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I ;; night

church met at the home of and Mrs. Kenneth Prater in Carol Sue Dixon have,I Mrs. J. W. Thomas Judy, Mr. and! Mrs. Spurgeon : welcome to go to the lake each player meeting at 7:30: Thursday -

Mrs. Bumgarner. Mrs. Jewell Jacksonville.Miss i just returned from a visit I and Jay of Hendersonville.N. Massey and children of Law- i day with the children. i night Choir No.2, and

Roberts president had charge, Merle Boatright of I II j with their son-in-law and i C., who have been vacationing tey and Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. I Nuptial Announcement I j I the ladies circle will meet at

of the meeting. There were I Jacksonville spent the weekend I j I daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. Lynn I at Kingsley Lake, are now Smith and daughter of Starke I Mrs.: Emma L. Bell wishes 1: 7:20 Friday night. There 'will

, nine members present. Mrs. with her mother, Mrs. Owens in Angier, N. C. I visiting her parents, Mr. and all gathered at the home of 1! to announce the nuptial of her :> be prayer band meeting at : --

Bumgarner gave the balanceof Effie Boatright.Miss I Mrs. Bill Woodard and son Mrs. W. F. Moore. Mrs. Lester Crews in Baldwinto j i sister Miss Mary Lee Jenkinsto \ 7:30.: Rev. Louis McKay pas-

the I of Clearwater spent the weekend Mrs. Addle Hinote of Miami help celebrate their grand : Pfc. C. J. Brown. The wed- tor, Miss Rebecca Allen,
Study course on Responsibilities Judy Parrish of Avon '
I with her mother. Mrs. .C." returned home with Mrs. O. father's. James Can-oil birth- ding will be at the home of': porter.
of re-I
Tomorrow's Park was here recently for a
Adults. The hostess served Ice visit with her brother and r I R. Crews. r J. Phillips for a visit. day anniversary on June 16th.i! the bride Sunday, J.une 30, at ; -sionary Union -
Mrs. Byron Register of A. Q. Smith's birthday was | 2 p.m. The reception will be
cold watermelon. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. O. J. Phillips accompanied The Missionary Union will "
Church Schedule William and Miss; by her daughter, Mrs Jacksonville_ was the. guest. __ on the same date. immediately afterwards. j be held at Greater Allen ,. J 'Ii II I i : '\
Parrish. j I Jl"
.. ... .. .. ,I .3 I Friends I "' '-f
of the
sunaay 01 her son-m-iaw ana Mrs. H. K. Biggs Barber- I and family of I ,
urace Fate Read of Macon. Ga. Chapel AME church Sunday : I( ... 33
Meinoam: Church Connie Eunice. I .,,_ 7-."..
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie villa, Fla., and Mrs. Joel Dob- ', bride and groom are cordially I; f"ioI R.11 Iop. & ....,
went to June 30 with Sun- -
Miami for weeks beginning
School 9:45: ajn.; Worship, 11 Misses Ted and Mary Jack I a 'I J! I II : = 1 B .5 B leac h
son of Greenville, S. C. spent invitedI
a.m; Evening worship 8 p.m.; Pons of Tallahassee are visiting I visit with Mrs. Phillips' sister, Phill.ips.Miss j I Ii I Ii day school at 9::45 with Miss II :' :"' 1- lll( ..........."..,
MYP each Wednesday evening their grandparents Mr.:i Mrs. Addie Highnote.Mrs. Connie Eunice is spend- Monday with Mrs. Mae Wells. j I I Appreciation Fannie Bell Frazier in charge. : \

8 p.m. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. C. R. Crews and ing this week with her brother Mrs. R. E. Lee visited her i There will be an apprecia- There will be two services. at Loosens dirt brightens Cleans and disinfects "',

First Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Floyd Martin of Daytona I granddaughters Glenette and I and* sister-in-law, Mr. and, mother, Mrs. Peterson, in.., tion program for Zephaniah I II 11-there will be a Missionary ,i whites, sanitizes clothing.Hood sickroom bathroom,kitchen. ,,"'.'
I Mrs. Gene Eunice and son L Jacksonville on Thursday.: i Lane including: her sister, '! .
Glennan last
School 10 a.m.; Worship 11 Beach is visiting her spent sermon. Dinner will be servedat I
I II at: Lake City. The Eunices are Mary Lane, on Saturday night 33 Bleach
week in Jacksonville with
a.m.; Training Union 7 p. m.; i mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks. !! j 12:30: on the church i iI
Prayer meeting each Wednes- I I They with Mrs. Glenn Shuford': Mrs. Crews daughter, Miss July 13. Every one is cordially grounds. At 3 p.m. there will ,
invited to attend this I and Disinfectant
appreciation -
day 8 p.m. YWA and Intermediate I I and children visited Mrs. Cora :j Vera Crews. i| i be a program presented by the i iI

GA's during July on Hodges in Jacksonville on :Mrs. L. C. Hilliard, Daryl >, program. Come one! i iI I I young people department of :' I I'I -- -- --
I Come all! Time 8 at the
and Susie spent Sunday with p.m. the Missionary Union. Everyone
I First Born Church of The Liv-
Mrs. Hilliard's sister, :Mrs. 'I is invited to attend the I
Raymond Suber in Jackson- :
services. Rev. L. A. Sampson. '
: There will be a selling at
ville. PVeXYect18crQessVor I host A' Gas Genie
pastor. ,
I Ii i the church. Pastor Elder F. says:
Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Noble 'i I Macedonia Freewill Baptist
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeDeWitt i Howard Regenia Ellis, assistant ,
,,, and son of Baldwin attended I ill/Lura 'I reporter.Church :church of Lawtey. The pastor
services at the First Baptist I I and members wish to thank THOSE!
Director -Box 104, Sulphur Springs lad-| News
C. Jones Funeral
Registered Church R i
on Sunday. e v. everyone that helped make
Starke, Fla. Noble was the guest speaker] Greater Bethlehem Free I their Womens Day a success. ; .
i Wherein the June days fly :you I visit about all the coun- Will Baptist Church news: WHO
RENTAL SERVICES : for the day. I swiftly, I teach Bible school ties in Asia. I got my flight Sunday school began last: I The following: captains reported .

Hospital ned, Wheel Chairs, Crutches : Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins and I' and take my walks every day. 1 bag from Topeka, Kan., and I Sunday at 9:45: with supt. | Sis. Celia Duncan $16; Sis. r
family of Jacksonville were II lola Newson $16.50 Sis. Gus- ({NOW\
I search for peace and joy. am collecting my things together Mack Lee at his post of duty. | ;

I II visiting her parents, :Mr. and If I have faltered more or: in it. Extra soap and At 11 ajn. the sermon was deLivered j sie :Mae Bright $60.00; Sis. i :

I I- --- ---------------. Mrs.week.O. J. Anders, during the less I tooth paste and my cosmetics, by Rev. Joseph Wil- 'Florence Williams $90.13. i i: :- .: USE

In my great task of hapPiness -' cold cream and such. That I liams of Jacksonville. At 7:30: ] :Mrs. Florence Williams will

Air Condition Now! :Miss Shirley Griffis of Rai- ; \ carry on the airplane with me,j'choir number two was in be crowned Miss :Macedoniafor i Did ;you know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants In the

ford spent the weekend with If I have moved among my I the two bags I have will be ]i charge. The sermon was delivered 1963, on the second Sundayin United States use gas for cooking? Why is gas their choice?

FOR SUMMER\ COMFORT her cousins, Mr. and :Mrs. race I checked. So now with my shots :j I by Rev. B. J. Williams. July. The total raised dur- Chefs who are responsible! for preparing good food know

Glenn Crews. And shown no shining I all behind and soreness gone I Closing date for Daily Vacation ing the Womens Day drive was that gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearance

II Air Conditioning Ray Mr.Jr.and, and Mrs.Bill Ray Arehart Dorman of morning face; I from my arms. I will be look- I Bible School is Sunday $531.13. Rev. D. L. Bright, I II I of foods and they know it's faster, cleaner, more dependableand

Engineered To Kt Your Needs Jacksonville were visiting Mr. If beams from happy human ing to get my Passport back ,! June 30. Supervisor Gladys pastor. I more economical. Isn't It logical that you should switch
eyes with visas and my tickets. I Blye announces that certifi- -
and Mrs. Bryant Reddish on Natural Gas?
Have moved me not; if have paid in all requested. So cates will be awarded and an Army Pvt. Rudolph T. Powell -I
Sunday. Friends of Mr. Red
morning skies, just takes time now and I will exhibition of the students pro- Jr., son of Mrs. Mary B.
dish will be glad to learn that; STARKE NATURAL GAS
REFRIGERATION Books and my food and fly to San Francisco. Whoo- jects will be displayed. A short Powell, Starke, completed ad-
he has returned home from I I
summer rain pee. I am glad I do not havean I i skit from each class will be vanced training as missile CITY HALL Phone 961-2331

22C S. Walnut Street 'I Baptist Memorial Hospital andis Knocked on my sullen heartin ache of pain. I rendered. I crewman at The Air Defense I

recuperating nicely. vain:- Last Tuesday night I show-

Phone 969-1121 Mrs. Alma Dyal of Hamp- Lord, thy most pointed ed my pictures of Holy Land I

--- ton visiter her brother and pleasure take I took in March and April. I

I sister-in-law last week. And stab my spirit broad talked as I showed them and:

Mr. ..andMrs. Horace Cush- awake. I kept the audience laughing &IeJ

ing and daughters of Talla- Robert Louis Stevenson.So so it was a great success. When I i OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALE

Plan NOW for a successful.VACATIONBIBLE. hassee spent several days last my summer moves on. II I I take this next trip I hopeto
week with her parents :Mr. feel fine each morning and I I get 400 more pictures. I

SCHOOL and Mrs. M. L. Turner. get up early. I take my exercises can show at schools and places. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins" cahsthentics as I did :4 :

and David of St. Augustine, when in the service. However SOUR POTATOES [some- ---.-

Come in end spent Friday with his parents,, I do not take all of them, but thing old yet different] Boila Jfr "ECONOMY" Side Choi'

:Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. walk afterward. After my exercises I Used in church ouditonur; ,
Cod's for to ,
see The new travelini hijhw3Y I potato each person :. cafeterias end librar'us.
Phil Eunice who is employed -, I take a bath leisurely 1 -
Scnpfure Press course. I be served. Boil in jacket re- \-. Heavy gauge st"el, made to
f nmNow as an engineer's aid fox,I and dress. I then cook my 1[ move skin and dice up in :, last a lifetime. Foam rubbe

fa tie time to begin planning for vas ,oVacationBibleSchod..cndweaxo .. -. the state, in Ocala. is spend breakfast and eat, wash my small cubes. Add one onion t scat and. back.1 Seat vzt!

WAP OFSCRIPTURE ing the weekend with his par- dishes and make up my bed.I raw cut up the same for every ; :. 16V wide, 15V deep.I' .

ready to help you plan the most successful COUKSEma ms ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold then sit by the big lamp to two potatoes, add salt to taste -., Carton of.2..No........2660.... 25.5$25.75 ea.
VBS you have ever had. Come Eunice. I read my devotionals and Bible, good. Cut some bacon up into

;lea in today to see the many new items ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes!I and say a long prayer by the I small cubes and fry until 6 ff_" ); UPHOLSTERY COLOM...
have just returned from a davenport. It is such a happy crisp. Then pour a cup of : :-- -' t Available in Green, Brown,

34-PAGS VBSGUIDEBOOK TO I visit with Mr. Estes' parents, time, even tho I sometimesweep I vinegar into the bacon and Tan, Flume, and Gray finish."ECONOfAY" .
Inlrocfllc. tar YOU tLM4 Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Estes of for my good Don. ThenI grease and then pour that tI ii
f erTptort Frtn I The SECRETARIAL"
I loiy kit contains actual l Churchill, Tenn. They also get ready to walk down the over the potatoes. Stir. Serveat
I arnplti .f manualf :1 Typewriter pedestal with elevator platform on 1 IcHsr! 1 box drawer! !
Item, end cliL.IdcMi.Ls visited Mrs. Estes' brother road. These long days I usually once. This is from the I I ; J JI
I publicity right (as illus.) or left. Specify preference. Cfe.-.ter No. 431_..._$156.90 ;
( a A $7.58 __ drawer with lock and key. Linoleum covered -
% unlatner. SEE! -. o'clock. I sing I walk along, I HELPFUL HINTS Did I top; I,
II1Q... T O' Mrs. James E. Bridwell of : as : ". Three box drawers
V 60i"! x 30 Mist Green, Desert Sand, Sahara .
\. t4Ewv8lt'IRAVCLING Kingsport, Tenn. usually "Jesus Calls Us" and ever tell you ladies to wrap Brown or Cray. Na. t'SI: ....._ 196.90BURNPROOfSTAINPaOOF II )
GOD'S HIGHWAY"fcr j. Caido Manning and Mrs. other hymns. I look up at the toilet paper around your head Arm Car 1\\ .L..
'I ..Wso availoble'lith! Co'etex thot alcohol:
: and faces in the to TOP. Top '
I Estelle Johns of Daytona sky see : keep your new hahdo Designedforcomfort.Gives
cannot stain nor con eigsrerles bgrn....... ...... .......J3d CT" to number! $15.09 Gdd'i.STEEL '
o comjihfa tafadlab cf Vacation 1LT. LooiicJTfz.i. Daytona Beach visited their clouds. I talk aloud to Don while you sleep? I find it does .your office that now look '

brother and sister-in-law, and say a prayer. I feel a a good job. To keep wash ar.dstondsupofteryeors A' '

EFFIE SUTTON BOOK STORE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manning, great calmness of spirit and I rags and swim suits from SLIDING DOOR CABINET hZ',:. > structed.of wear. Ruggedly Heavy gouge coni J

enroute to visit their brother I am happy. So when I feel a I smelling sour in summer soak No" steel. Foam rubber .
swinging doors lo block oisics. Large and \&:::. seat j
502 hogan St. Jacksonville, Fla. Walter .Manning. in Veterans I longing in my heart. for loved I things in soda water for a rmy. Heavy gauge steel. Five adjustable! com >:;:' .j and back. Seat 1 16V wide, -

--- Hospital- at Lake City.--- I ones and days past I walk.I I time. partments. 76" high, 36" wide, 19V deep. ;-: 15V'deep."Naugahyde"upholstery. jj .
walk 3'2 miles So another week has Won't scuff or J
Mrs. William Dixon and Mr. 1 always a day I gone. No. 7635 $99.75Same (t
crack. ... No. 2661 $39. S
and Mrs. Donald Knight of i and now next week I hope to t This is a Saturday evening. as aUv but with lock and key. t, j ;

STARKE Jacksonville visited their I walk in the evening again an-t Gabby is asleep and my neighbor No. lICS.
D. .
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. other 3% miles and that will I is cutting his lawn north O'l l T

L. Wainwright, and their!: make seven. I sleep well then of me. He has so much to cut -- .: .: '1' '1

BUSINESS DIRECTORY brother-in-law and sister Mr. my muscles are firm and I t it looks to me like an awful I DECORATOR: ; I ICOLORS. \ : The"LE CHAJ'S" 'iJo;!i4

and Mrs. Emory Eunice, on feel fit. I chore. We had a storm .this I ... V -: .. ,. -' ConfaVf two fjfl spe.
Sunday.Mr. It has been cool here all 1, week that, tore limbs off my Mist; Creen, : -: (: I tion !rtr files; a doub'v
Olive Greai:, draws* for 3x5 or 4ii
AUTO REPAIRS AUTO and W. this week and I had to walk:I front elm trees and it cost me cards '3200 .
SERVICE Mrs. R. Sapp Desvt Send h.. rcpacity) Two
often in the fog early in the. $50 to get them trimmed up k adjustable -.
and family of Jacksonville or -ie Gray co
; morning. I think I will walk: and hauled away. ,-.- pertinents under lock and
of .
Gardners were visitors at the home i j / .
Earl's Garage again this eve. He sendeth sun, He sendeth : flJJ 4- ) key a >teel safety you!,
Arthur Pearce
Mr. and Mrs. I
Gulf Service I' At noon today Fred my shower, : BOOKCASE SECTIONS doubly protected by Dial
f ALL KINDS OP recently. : ; Lock plus an outer doer
Marshall and Mrs. M. M. ', grandson came over to get me I Alike they are needful for I, Designed for many uses. Keeps supplies, catalogs! under lack and key. 30'- "
AUTO Every Mechanical Service their' at the noon hour to eat din-, the flower: I Ii I II l 4ifl-jPi and printed matter neat end orderly. 30 2" w, j wide 32" high, 17" deep.
WORK General Repairs Automatic' Jordan and family spent ner with them. She had a i,j, And joys and tears alike I I 44Wj 1 ::4 37\\?" h, 17" d. Four aa>sfabe! compartments. ._ __._4 No.1370S63.50VThh
Transmissions vacation ,with his parents and I sent .iflL, (Shelf size; 3O' x 16"). .........No. 349S $37.30
All Work: Guarantee good dinner of chicken andsalad [ are
other relatives in Warren. Pa., .- ..------ ... lock that locks all drQwers"...: .
To fit ..--- At above but 23" h,2 compartments No.203 $34.10 plunger ; 137CPL $71.09
Phone 969-2364 GULF PRODUCTS and potatoes, and so i I f give the soul flOW'ishment. -
and Niagara' :Falls,
things. I have such .
So. Walnut SUrk June 23rd guest speaker
Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke Church I wonderful d a u ghter-in-law.' As comes to me or cloud or
at First Baptist -
I PHONE 9M-6781 God bless her. Then she sun,
3---- J Rev. Cecil Carnes, of Jack- Core
i brought me home. I have Father, Thy will, not mine STEEL SHELVING UNITS
j sonville. He is a graduate of
SERVICE FLORIST studied my Sunday School I be done.
AUTO Bradford High School. His Shelves are adjustable: on 2" centers, can
lesson now and made notes so i I Bye now God bless you aU be raised1or lowered, or more shelves
Colonial FloristHAS wife, who accompanied him, :: I can teach; .in the morning and I added. Easily oS>e 1b1ed. Olive Green cr

Gilbert S. Brown is a native of Texas. I have the .high school young Gray. The "four-way reinforcement" gives

NEW OWNERSDot Supper guests at the homeof men and women. I am very I LoveMOTHER LURA them greater! strength. The open shelving
Standard OU Service Station Bagvrell. Mgr. '! units include four steel gusset plates for :
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shu- happy with them. I love them. _ !.yeez.z
FRESH FLOWERS extra rig-drty. .
ATLAS ford on Tuesday were their' This week we had Bible schoolat '
TIRES & BATTERIES: daughters church and I taught a .
F1o"eri1red World Wide of Cullen. Va. and I wIll not be responsible for (As shown at "S' ) ONE THiEf SIX
Tharpe i Comror: ?
Bucket erm.sRoad Service class of Jr. HI boys and girls. any debts t.-t i UNIT UNITS UNITS
Starke Phone 964-6291 I made by anyone J'wt 1ft AdditionalShcl.M
Mrs. John Wright and family j They were darling. I had only r'me Unit
1 I : other than myself. James C. PIe Width H.igM 04"bA U.t pet
Phone 964-7071 of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.! five and there were three boys i Cox or J. C. cox. 4tp 6-30 -, : 8712 ___..26 21" 12w Si.c $46.95 $46.70 $46.2 $3.95 to.
\ LANDSCAPINGWE I Shuford, Mrs. John. Shuford I and two girls. Then yesterday ,t I I, 8118 __3&'' 81" 18" '"ve 53.90 53.40 53:00: 4.95 ea.
407 N. Teirjrie. Stark and Dave. they led the devotions, and NOTICE OP INTENTION TO I 8124 --3t.7" 24" Five 69.23 63.65 61.25 5 95 eo.9Ia .
REGISTER PICTITIOCS! XAME _.3OW' 4?" 9J""." Four 33.00 32.50 3.75
Visitors at the home of Mr.: 32.75 '0.
; did Xotice
a good job. ia given that
LANDSCAPINGAND I the 207 _.": .3J 26" 17" Y.*.') :SO",5 30.25 4.93 eu.lUurcd .
and Mrs. Luther Hilhard dur-) undersigned, under the provisions -
Next week I want to workon (
NURSERY : of Chapter :0.953: Laws nev. 4:2630" 4326" TIt,e. 5",45 :.90 : .35 75g.
Hurst's.Service ing the weekend were Rev. my curtains and changemy I of Florida, Acts of 1941. will THREE P.Le.7512 un:ti
Private and Commercial and Mrs. Tommy Howe and, house a little. Then I will register with the Clerk of the SHELVING UI.ln-OPEN (As shown clleft)

.... Station Property children of Gainesville, Mr. : i Circuit Court, in and far Bradford $8025 7512 ._.36" 75" 12" rIVe $2143 $2 -S ,$2c.u; $3.95 ra.
sort out clothes and
( my see County, Florida upon receipt 75Ja ......35" 75" 18" fire 30.95 30.70 30.20 4.95 ia.
-SINCLAIRGas Also expert tree removal and and Mrs. Leon Starling, Mr. : if the new dresses ,I have are; j. this! notice of proof of publication of 7524 ......36" 75" 24" fj.; :t7.55 31.35 _36r5 3959.
the fictitious! name
i Tri CountyDevelopment and Mrs. Everitt Oliver and! the right length and get readyto :I BEAUTI-PLEAT OF FLORIDA. .>- j '
Oils Lubrlcalion two grandchildren, and Mrs. I pack. Time is passing andit I under which r am engaged in

Goodyear Tires & attrit'S Co. Louie Bell Wainwright all of: will not be too long until I i i:, Rt. 1 Box 27!, Bradford

Jacksonville.Mr. will; be going on iny trip a- '! Richard Fogarty. Rt 1 Box County TelegraphPRINTING
ROAD SERVICE Trimming. 1 !.!. Starke, Florida sole owner.
and Mrs. Jim Mitchell < round the world. I find from
i Dated this 30th day of May
706 S. Walnut Starke 931-6111 Your Satisfaction Guaranteed and family of: Jacksonville Russia I go to Finland then I 1 1A.. D. 19(3 at Starke Bradford t

Lake Butler lIT 6-4267 visited his brother-in-law and, Denmark. t think I have told.i, County, Florida. 6/8 *t 6/27 AND OFFICE SUPPLIES


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I ]Keystone. I J1 Morning Prayer and Sermon I I H. Davie and Mrs. Roland: j r ting up to 24 hours off the I yyyyyyYvyyyyYyyyYyvyT'I 1!Floyd Johns was the last candi- I.I:in number from the Sunday be- !' WOODS FIRES

Hostesses for ,the Social' Daily offices, 8:30: a.m. and Bryan. second place: Mrs. C. 'time between deposit and de : j date of the Highland number :i I I fore-AGAIN! Fifty one of i i ii it-Mr-.

f KEYSTONE Hour were Miriam Mingle- I 5:00: p.m. Mathewson and Mrs. John, livery." CLAY HILL1Dy to be baptized and Frank Cart-i i these were 100 percent mem- [ With showers almost every

HILITES dorff, Gordi Owens, and: Lois i' Holy Eucharist. WedI1esdayto Strawn. third place; and Mrs. I And by way of editorial comment er the last one of the Clay (; bers. The Primarys kept the j I I II day last week over three inch

.Walker.On am- Emory Cooper and Mrs.' R. P. if memorizing Hamp Mrs. J. L. StrIcklandLAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAt ,Hill numiber.This was really a :!banner again with a grade of > es of rain was recorded ,at

Vogh, fourth place. I!ton's( number 32044 seems confusing ,beautiful sight to behold. YOU 85. The Beginners were next j two of the county's three fire

I Thursday Aug. 27, the I COMMUNITY: CHURCH I i wait 'till we need to t i should have been there! [I with a grade of 65. These lit- !|I towers, according to the report -
Continued From Page 8)] Founder
Chapter will honor I Keystone Heights, Fla. I! TRINITY EPISCOPAL remember Jacksonville's, plus'a Sorry that Nellie Wilkinson Sunday evening our crowd tie folks sure believe in coming from the Florida Forest

for the Iiistuuung: Constitute\ :Robert Morris on his birth-be'a : CHURCH MELROSE\ dozen or so others spotted was not able to attend church'!i was small in the Highland I to Sunday School, even if i ii Service.

ing, and Worthy Matron of I 'day anniversary. This will Sunday School, 9 a. m : around the U. S.! services( Sunday, but all of us services, but in spite of the i the older ones do not. Our ;, The New River Tower reported -

the Chapter for two and one i covered dish dinner, to I ;Morning Worship, 10 a.m. In- ; Holy Days 10 a. as., Holy '' 1 1TTVTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTYm were pleased to see her at the rain the Rev. Bennett and j short in number again, it seems 1| 3.9 inches of rainfall,
which all of Masons | half years, and now serving as spouses; 1 Group |i' Church baptismal services Sunday al- wife from the Marietta church ;all were afraid of the rain, so'
and Stars will be invited. I Group suspended for June. I f Sundays lOa. m. Lewis Hill Tower Lawteyl) 3.4.;
Secretary. Then Star Point ternoon( when her son-in-law [I were with us. They are some Training Union was rather'f 2.85
School. 11:45 a. m. Morning and the Santa Fe Tower
Ruth, Irene Williams, escorted It is now vacation time for Prayer and Sermon iFirstj I ROOIER( Floyed Johns, and grandson, j'baptists who aren't afraid of t i(Stayed at home to watch 'rv.I inches. Last week the New

Ralph Crawford who serv- :, the chapter until Oct. 1, 1963. I :; Sunday, Holy Communion f ': Ricky Johns were baptized. ,being sprinkled, or even pour- ;;for sleep. Hope they get awake River Tower reported 1.6 Inches -

ed with Bea as Worth Patron Mrs. Walter Ings !89} i MELROSEContinue j 'This beautiful ed, and believe you me, the ;
p.m. Episcopal Young Church- By Shirley Green was a baptismal before next Sunday evening! < the Louis Hill Tower an'inch
and who had the distinction: 1 Dies in Xew Jersey rain was really pouring a good ;
service the Hill
j men. 1! Clay pastor, j and the Santa Fe Tower -
of initiating 50 new members. : Members of the Community i ': Communion. |' Phone 2281 James Saunders delivered the part of this time. !I I BROOKER BAPTIST .85 inches.

Star Point Electa, Estha:
Stringer escorted Ernestine ,I j friends of Mrs. Walter Ings, i Vicar. :' I pastor, George Chism, offered i iI i I news again this Monday morn- i I the county last week, both
Eisenacher, Past Matron and who, with her daughter, Mrs. I, Mrs. David Ross i Winston D. Kelley sta- prayer. Both pastors entered I I!ling I but it is a good thing we Rev. James Temple, Pastor caused lightning. which

now Chaplain, Star Point I Joseph Romelin lived in Keystone i', Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rankin :tioned at Offutt AFB Norfolk the water at the same time ::'haven't much news or it would j Morning Worship, 11 ajn. by

Martha escorted J. Az2ie Wil- '! Heights until about a and son. Bill, of Tampa visit- METHODIST CHURCE .I Nebr. is home on a three 'and the candidates entered the I!turn into gossip long before Evening Service 8 p.m. Sun- burned only .2 of an acre

Hams, Past Worthy Patron ;; ;year ago will be deeply grieved ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. MELROSS ,,weeks leave with his mother, water alternately, Margie i i i[we could get it written.' We day School, 10 am. Training One fire reported last week
I 1 M. Vickers.Mr. 'Mrs. Doris Kelley and family.Mr. ; : Union, 7 Prayer Service I II
R. :
with Ernestine. Conductress pjn. burned two acres.
have had
to learn of her passing! Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, Herndon, first one for High- : so many interruptions -
Edith Nicholson escorted Ha- and "Mrs. A. J. Carnley I and Mrs. Kenny Green 'I.. I! I each Wednesday, 8 p.m.
on June 13, in New Jer- Pastor we know t
away : for hardly who ,.
land then the first
visitors of Mr. i ii !and Ken visited Mrs. G. one ..
in for were recent son, 1
zsl who stood II
: McKay sey. Those who knew Mrs. [what or when to anything, i
i !i! and' Mrs. Harold Forman. i Sunday School 9:45: a.m. U I E. McGauley and Mr. and Mrs. [I'I'IJ. 'Clay Hill, until all were bap say : TilE RIGHT POINT for the
Edith who had recently -; I
Thornquist, ;Ings were greatly enriched just j or what to say, so will leave it .i I Ii
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had a relapse and.had I to be in her presence. Mrs. i j)i Bruce Allen and son Steve I Worship a. m. T. Taylor and family in Pa- tized. The largest congregation -]j'unsaid. '! Cash Paid for Good. Clean : way you write. Come in and:

I spent coupla of days with 1 latka Saturday night. Rags. M Khakis or Wool All select your favorite ESTER
to return to Bradford County Ings would have been 100 ; was present we have seen j I[ We had 67 in '
VYv1YY'YYVYYYVYTYYYYV'HAMPTON I IJ present Sunday Cotton. Bring to Telegraph. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
j i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen. Those attending 4-H Camp
Hospital. She had been old in October of this :!
years for time.
a baptismal a long School
Brooker'alast Sunday morning, a drop GRAPH. GRAPH.
thy Matron in Minnesota. and I year. Though her hearing had i'j Tommy Storer. who quali- at Cherry Lake from I
tied for the Dean's list at week were. Misses Brenda
Star Point Esther for two and I failed, her mind was sharp as | ; I
one half year! in the Keystone I ever, and she could and did I!, Harvard for his sophomore j I Green, Ailean Green 'and Carol -

Chapter. Associate Conductress -I voice thoughts which made j j year is employed for the summer Ry !Mrs.\ D. E. mil ,(Gainey. I

Dorothy Koons substituted -i her dedication to Christian at the computing center ': Mr. and Mrs. Terry McDavid
for Lillian Ennis who was I living a sweet memory to all at the University of Florida. i.4... ....AAA. .4A..' ,';and daughter, Barbara Lynn. I! DIRECTORY '" I

called out of town unexpectedly. who knew her. Other survivors -I Mrs. W. O. Preston, Mrs. ;Thunder Showers, Wind were in Highlands, N. C. for a'

She escorted Mattie Lee besides her daughter Mrs. Carl Hagglund. Jr. 'and Mrs. Fell Tree At AVatterson I week recently. i : -
for Roy Watkins were hostesses needed Misses Brenda Green and II j -_I
Kingsbury [substituting Romelin, included another Saturday's ibadly ,

Lucy Finley] who was to have I daughter, Mrs. William Walz,I' at a bridal shower Saturdayat thunder showers brought down !Thelma Knight attended 4-H i! AUTO, SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL FURNITURE j MUSIC\
escorted Ton Finley to the President of the Community the home of Mrs. Watkins plenty of, clutter in the form i Short Course at Florida State (_

poster but ha is in the Lake I Churchwomen and a son, William -I at Nelson's Point honoring of tree branches, moss, etc., ,University in Tallahassee re- LINCOLN MERCURY I Learn Complete Beauty Culture, Home Beautiful Music
City Veterans' Hospital. Tom I II I C. Ings. 1< Miss Agnes Watson, bride-e- i and an entire tree across the 'cently. \''COMET FIAT ,- METCOR Girls Women Men

was Worthy Patron of Starke The many friends and ]j: lect of Emory Cross. Mrs. Bob> [alleyway behind the K. B. Wat- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wether- Tuition Budgeted Furniture Co. Co. Inc.

OES, Chapter 41, and first I especially Community Church-i Dell and Mrs. Mary Koru of f ':terson home. ington and sons of Cocoa Beach, | Authorized Sales-Service- FREE COJ1PLETEDECORATING

Sentinel of Keystone Chapter.:: women friendShave extended j Bellview. were among the out- ] The large pecan tree was Mrs. Robert Hinton and da ugh. I III Parts PLACE3LNTSpecial CENTRAL .jORIDA'S
i of-town guests. j broken off about 10 feet up ter of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Tom Brush-Up Courses SERVICE
Star Point Esther, Dell Hay- their sympathy to Mrs. F. I II Trained Iechan1Good Complete Music Store
nor escorted Elizabeth Him- I E. Stitchberry in the loss of Mr. and Mrs. William R. I in what the Wattersons Steele of Vero Beach, Mr. and'i : Central Vast Selection Of Nationally Pianos by Baldwin Storey Jl
Campbell home'after visit- thought must have been a [:\[ Bill Hinton and daughters Used Cars Hairstyling Known Brand Names Clark
ble to the Poster. Elizabeth I her husband in early June. | are : Henry L Sillier

was twice Worthy Matron in 1 Mrs. Stitchberry has always, ing"in New York, Chicago and| ,small tornado-type wind, since I'' of New Orleans La., and Barkley Motors College GUARANTEED PRICKS Ffcehek
: Detroit. (they heard the wind before the Mr. and :Mrs. F. M. Vickeryand I Organs &
her home chapter and served'in given of her best and has lead Assurance of Satisfaction by Baldwin Conn
Keystone as secretary for ] in the Christian Fellowship of; j Edwin Rothhammer spent ,sound of the tree falling. Top family of Gainesville were 615 N. Main. Gainesville] 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville CONVENIENT TERMS Gibson & Gretch Guitars-

two and one-half years. i j the Community Church Wom- two weeks at St. Augustinewith J'branches of the tree fell in the guests of Mr and Mrs. : 376-4105; FREE PARKING Amplifiers
I 'f Mrs. T. F. Brown's yard, more Earl Green at their lake home !i" 1703 N. 1004 N.
Bertha Ward completed the en's Work. She volunteered in i Mr. and Mrs. Larry Main St. Gainesville Main

Anagram as each Past Matronor April to entertain the staff of! i i Thompson and children. I I I than 50 feet from the tree on Lake Winnott over the B 8: G Motors Co.CADILL.COLDSMOBLLE. : Gainesville Shopping Center
and :base, smashing in a corner of weekend. ) }BUILDING MATERIALS\ GARDEN SUPPLIES
Patron's names were plac- 1: the Bible School at dinner, and Mr. Mrs. B. E. Kelleyspent I
ed by weaving them into the with the assistance of her new ;i Saturday in SilverSprings. 'Watterson's garage and Mr. :iIldfrs.. J. R. Molt and j Johnson--- &-- -Paris--- Inc.- and

word picture, "Success Ac- Circle members remembered I j I :narrowly missing the car in- sons visited Mrs. Brook Perry- F-85-inLLMAN Ridgway Roof ,
i side. Carl Beck in his truck in Gainesville II | Complete Line of :(CITAIsDRU31SSID'X'I
man Sunday.
complished. Phyllis Hussey's her pledge and carried it out. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen [
recipe for together : I |af Raleigh Brannen's next door Mr. and Mrs. Marshall]} Mott [ Sales and Service SEEDSI'LtNTS.IFERTILIZERS I MUSIC .
success I spent several days in Pensa- Truss
Her friends are most gratefulfor 'said he'd been driving in the I Co. I Budget TermLillian's / *
with Ed's humorous grateful i cola with Miss Mary Allen,' and family of Lakeland have : 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 '
such an act of dedication. Insecticides-Pet Supplies
lane a few seconds before the
thanks completed a mos t I and in Raiford with :Mrs. El- 'tree fell. been visiting his parents, Mr. ; PHONE 876-7515 Wood TrussesPrefabricated & "We Rent Fertilizer Spreader;" Music Store "
worthwhile tribute to the 01'I I"TJSTKEYSTO \ oise Markham and Mrs. Hazel .and Mrs. N. C. Mott recently. Components
FIRST ;\ Softball Team 224 N. W. 8th Ave.PUQNE "Gainesville Leader" .
der of Eastern Star.A E HEIGHTS Markham. j' I Mr. and :Mrs. Stanley Green Any Size Free Estimates
Since 1933
Softball play for the Hampton -! 3720176Gainesville
taste supper proceeded Mr. and Mrs. Bradley of Detroit visited Mr. and Mrs. W. 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel.
team was slow last weekend E.I Crane Motor Co. Fla. 112 S. E. First Galnesrtlt. .
the regular meeting of OES i J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph 1 ; Mich. were recent guests-I with no league I Bigham, Sr. in Lakeland 372.3961-Collect Call i III'

under the chairmanship of'' Copeland. Minister of Music 1 i, of Mr. and Mrs. John Regan. 'scheduled last Friday night game, I Monday. I LARK ANGLIA INSULATIONROOFINGAH :MOVER

Gloria Murrhee, with Helen : and church organist. I Mrs. Willoa Jacobs of Mi- Ricky and James Mott were J S
and sessions Saturday
Kennedy. Ronnie Harden- Services: Sunday School)' ami recently visited her sister cut short because of rain. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I American I Gainesville .

bergh, Amy McElrath, Hector 3:45: : a. m. Morning Worship Marshall Mott at Lake Santa MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO
1 and brother-in-law. Mr. and last week i iI :
Tuesday, ,
I McCoy Building Mayflower
Union. [Insulation & : |
Ownbey. Dorothy Koons. and 10:50: a. m. Training Mrs. Ray Birt. made the best showing so far, |Fe Shores last week. Authorized Sales & Service RoofingCO.
Gena Christ f ers assisting. i 7:00 p. m. Evening services! I LOCAL AND LONG 'Hj
Proceeds will enable the Chap- j I i d'.OO p. m. You are invited to, i Mrs. Mike Redfern and Mrs.: losing only 15-7 in' the league I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chaneyand "Complete Service for AllMakes' Supply Center DISTANCE MOVING "t
i i I George Hanks were hostessesi game with the Independents Mrs. Virginia Hatcher of New Roofs Shinglesor
ter to purchase and install the i I share faaiiy Prayer time with LUMBER Storage And Crating
i a stork shower at the Wo- .at,Starke; although Thursday's Gainesville were visiting Mr. Built-Up
: Electric Signet. It is hoped It1'us. Mrs.. Green and faintly 506 E. University Ave. I BUILDING SUPPLIES Roof & Gainesville Phone 578-5224
I man's Club Saturday night game at Brooker against Gar- and 'Roy Cleaning : Repairs !
will fce in place by the Octo- HARDWARE
I given in honor of Mrs. Mike'den Restaurant was again a Saturday. PHONE 372-4313 Fiberglass Insulation
ber meeting. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL \o. lain and 23rd Boulevard Security Transfer
Hanks. fast one-sided loss of 423. Blown or Batt
I Mrs. L. M. Gaines and sons Gainesville Fla.DODGED.RT.
Visitors from out-of-state C1IURC1I I, The winners of the Melrose Hampton doesn't have a I of Starke visited Mrs. Stanley PHONE 372-4361 Contractor or Retail & Storage Inc. '

chapters included Mrs. Mabel Club for lastweek ,I scheduled league game this Green 'Wednesday. Gainesville DAY or NITE ,
I I Summer Schedule: 8 a. m. I Duplicate Bridge 1 FOR ...<
Hunderadt, Union City, N. J.. : service each Sunday morning. I include the following: !Thursday, and Friday's game I J. R. Mott visited Jack Sim- PHONE 376-4236 AGENTS *

and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 0- I First Sunday, Holy Eucharist, i Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva i is vs. Pine Level at Starke at mons at the Medical Center in CEMENT 2314 X.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville. FOGARTY BROS,

'Brien, who now reside in 9:30: a. m. Other Sundays : Hillyer, first place; Mrs. W.DON'T ; [7:15 p. m. Next Tuesday, July 1 Gainesville Sunday. DODGE TRUCKS I I TRANSFER, Inc.
--- 2, Hampton plays Terrells Gulf JANITORIAL SUPPLIES I I II Local & Long Distance :Moving

at Starke at 8:45 p. m. League Miss Janice Green was the I Sales Parts-Service LINTELS" WINDOW SILLS e Mops & Mopping Equipment: Cr.rinr-Stomr&-P&:
,weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. USED CARS TOOooIe.Gable
Phone 376-2666
games aren't scheduled for the i Brooms Brushes
Fourth of July weekend, [IRobbie Branam and daughter "It It's Cement We Cast It" Washes Cleaners 1040 So. Main Gainesville ,t
:in Jacksonville. I Motors I
Baptist Youth Choir Cement Rest Room Supplies JT

BE j(Has Hayride, Supper i i Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green I 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville THE NEON SIGNS
"HEAT-BEAT44 and daughters of Jacksonville I Precast Products
:Mr and and Mrs Charles t PHONE S72-434S
Don MacClellan Co. '
i Hicks were host to 20 young were the Sunday night dinner | 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville Jeffcoat

ThROUGHTHE I people for a hayride and weiner I1 f I II I Green.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave I PHONE 372-0953 Janitorial & MaintenanceSupplies Neon SignsNEON

SUMMER I roast Saturday evening, members I AUTO SALVAGE PAINTED
: of the youth choir of I :Mrs. C. H. Layfield of I 1315 N. W. 4th. Place
Neon Designing Neon Repairs ...
[ :Hampton Baptist Church and Gainesville visited her parents, I CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST Gainesville 372-2723
I !their guests. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott Sun Paul's Auto SalvageWe [ Erecting ilalntonance
1 I LADIES WEAR 1611 S. Main ___ GaineavtUa, ,. .
the hayride through
i Keystone Heights and :Melrose day.Mr.. and Mrs. Dave Green I Buy Wreck Cars At THAT ALL YOUR Phone Day 372-0302 '
Nile 372-8897 ;;
-' I ? 1 and back to Hampton, the are spending a few days this 'TOP PRICES CONCRETE PRODUCTS I "

group had their hot dog sup. week with Mr. and Mrs. Alex I II "ARE THE BEST FROM Most Fashionable OFFICE EQUIPMENT

I I per in the church yard. Mr. Williams and son at White Sand I!! All :Slakes: & Models Used Address For LadiesDRESSESSUITSCOATS I

Hicks is leader of the youth Lake near Keystone Heights. I Parts Edwards Building Parker's

', !I choir. Other adults present Earl Green came home ,Teletype Service-We will find Supply Inc. MATERNITY WE.RAOOESSORIES I Gainesville's Most Complete Office -- .
were :Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill. ,
Thursday after being a patient any part for )'00. Equipment & Machine
Personals! in Alachua General Hospital Phone 376-4512 726 S. Main-372-4844 105 W. University, Gainesville Store.
Charles Prevatt of New York '!
i in Gainesville for two -
1301 S. Main Gainesville, Fla. I Complete Office Planning
has Gainesville
City been here
visiting MATERNITY 'VEARNan's
weeks. He will be confined to Underwood Products
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. his home for two months. !' I
B. Prevatt, leaving to go ELECTRIC MOTORS I 601 W. University Ave
J. E. Townsend and Gainesville 372-2555
S. back north on Tuesday last AUTO TIRES i Stork
daughter, Kay, visited his mo- i Shop !
irS week. 'While in Florida he also
S ther, Mrs. Lola Townsend and i iJ Special Occasion Dresses To I PAINTS
visited friends in Palm Beach. FOR THE BEST IN Electric Motor
J aunt, Mrs. Bonnie Mansfield in Every Day Sportswear 1 I.
Mrs. Foster Hayes entered
\ ,Wauchula over the weekend. RECAPPINGCars I Repair Co. Formal*-Long Dresses, Slim Harper Paint Co.
.. Bradford County Hospital in
Mrs. Mansfield returned for a Trucks- Tractors Jim Short*-Matching Top We Stock
r Starke last week for treatment. I OF GAINESVILLE, INC.
visit with relatives in Palakta 100% Grade A Cold Rubber BABY GIFTS WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG
; :
Misses and '
Sheryl Paula Mc- i
Elroy, daughters of Rev. and :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest EdWards Factory Trained Recapper i' COMPLETE ELECTRIC 114 So. Main Gainesville I! SMITH AND

: Mrs. W. P. McElroy of LaCrosse and daughters, Patsy ; MOTOR DUTCH BOY PAINTS
and Peggy, enjoyed the weekend English Tire & MEN'S STORE I Painter's Suppfiec
spent.several days here [ i SALES AND SERVICE __
'N last week with Mr. and Mrs. at Daytona Beach as the I I "Distributor of H. M. Chitty & Co.! 10 S. W. 7th Street Of

Just dial for coo! comfort with i Milton Mosher and family. guests of the Home Builders Recapping I New Lincoln Motors1' Gainesville

I Something new is about to Association of Gainesville. 1 1lrs. I PHONE 372-8318 SINCE 1902 I'

f'Ia HI less ELECTRIC !be added when you write letters :j :\ Tom Steele of Vero I 1111 S. Main Street I 1030 S. Main. Gainesville S Curlee Suits ROOFING -

... .,.................., I : Hampton's ZIP Codenumber I(Beach, Mrs. Robert Hinton and I Gainesville 372-2197 I Arrow, Norm Casual Shirts

I 32044 on your returnaddress. daughter, of Chicago. Ill. and: & Underwear I The Helzel Co.

I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hinton and I FLOOR COVERING Stacy Adams 1\unn- ROOFING

AIR CONDITIONING"n It goes into effect all overthe (daughters of New Orleans, La. 'Automatic TransmissionsONE Busch Shoes. S SHEET METALS

natio July 1, and is thej 'jare visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stetson & Mallory Hats. AIR CONDITIONING

j,Postoffice department's newsystem j Edwards and daughters a !Central Florida Tile 1 S.E. First St. Gainesville No Job Too Large Or Too Small

put up with humid "hothous indoor _ for speeding mail dispatch [-!few days this week. DAY SERVICEALL I & Marble Co. 202 8. E. 4th St. G&laetflUe

weather that frazzles your nerves?With Electric Air and delivery. | I CARPETS BY MONUMENTS PHONE 372-1491

whole. family will l live better Proper use of the ZIP Codeis At The Tabernacle MAXES.-REPAIR
Conditioning your 2 COMFORTS' IN 1 AND EXCHANGE Lee's Monarch, Loomweave, Gainesville Granite
feel healthier. Keener appetites. Refreshing sleep. Year-round electric Downs

Reduced humidity helps. prevent mildew and damp-i in iTfonditioningroolsF'l summer; warms I Box Name number or address I Regular Tabernacle services were at the conducted Gospel -- :! Gator Automatic Room Size-Wall Installation to Wall CDIETrRY'IOXIDIEl'TS& Marble; Works Fuller's Foto, Inc.

ness. telt'U dust-free air makes housecleaningeasier. in u'inler.; I Hampton 3204 I
Florida I during the week and were !'Transmission Service Armstrong and Kentile i MARKERSLettering Central Florida' Finest

Brings priceless comfort for mere pennies a day. ; All those in. the. Hamptoni : augmented by attendance of i j jt Floor it Cleaning Selection: of

Tried and proven Electric Air Conditioning is / i who use Hampton's postI tthe conference held by the | INC. COMPLETE Coverings LINES OF Domestic & Industrial Marble New & Used Cameras
I office are to use the numberon Miami Institute ,
at the
the best investment ever. Enjoyed by a half-million I & Granite Photographic Equipment A
i, return address andencourage
% Park-Of-The-Palms. !19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) Coffee Tables Counters- Supplies
of Florida neighbors. See electric appliance 1540 .
your your j their correspondentsto Waldo Rd. GMlle 376-6406
Dr. William Ward i'
Ayre, Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 Fireplaces BlacK & White FinishingIn
dealer air conditioning contractor today. address their mail to
or Hampton
former of the
pastor Calvary; 2i:5 S. E. 4th St. Before -oon-Out at 5
using' the number. Mrs.Mary Church New : [
Baptist York Gainesville 376-6151 619 W. University Gainesville
: Williams Hampton postmaster :- FARM & INDUSTRIAL t _
j' City was the speaker and the' I

''.JI ,. /__ ..G1.. / explained that the sys-* Ed Lyman of Miami the .fea- AUTO UPHOLSTERYL. 3lotorcydesStootersIStreit's 1 TYPEWRITERS
I address reading. According to ; I Central Tractor Co. Bicycle Shop:Hancock Typewriter
.. ...IT'S CHEAPER, TOO I \:/ Friday afternoon about 40 j & S.
'the postoffice release. I Auto Trim I
I members of the Bible Confer-I, FGRD TRACTORSFord 1 i Cushman & Vespa: St'oot trj

FLORIDA 'POWER & LIGHT COMPANY II "With Zip-Code a clerkneeds ence group visited the Tabernacle -!i Complete Auto Upholstery ::1 Farming Implements !j Duratl BSA-Zundapp: Exchange

., only to glance at the to view the paintingand Tailor :Made Seat Covers ., Agricultural Industrial i Motorcycles-Sales & Service i; JOHN HANCOCK
.. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA code to know immediately to hear the lecture :: [ SCHWINN BICYCLES !Victor
< !f. : on the Complete Service &. farts Dept. I R. C. Allen Clary
what' national area, state and signs of the times, and to Convertible Tops Good Used EquipmentN. Locksmith & Safe Work P.4I1a-S41e8.t Sen ice
postoffice the letter is destined''i view the antique museum in.I 60S N. W. 8th. Avenue UlS W. 6th. Gainesville I' 315 W. University Ate I 431 N. Main Gameavule!

-1,and to speed it on its way, cut- the annex. 'I Gainesville 372-8661 I PHONE 376-5430 Gainesville 376-7761 ; Phone 3765W1THURSDAY


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I f Gardening

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Ilenrey Sharpe
Florida_ Agricultural Extension
Service ;,

Fleas And Ants
Fleas are having a fling this '' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
spring. If they increase to the PRICES GOOD THRU
point that Fido gets behind s 9ir 'w
JUNE 29th d ,
with his scratching the w
swer is simple-get another COPYRIGHT-1t63
do; Adding a dog may be
the answer for those who oppose :We will t SAV Holiday
the use of chemicals a- qr
round their home.But remember - closed %
fleas multiply faster than r A
dogs. / o i i A j
Getting rid of the dogs isn't 'July 4th.Stock .
the answer. Most folks who get ,
rid of their pets complain that : ) H A iiM
fleas become numerous in the up
yard and even invade the
house. '; ,M
With the pets gone the fleas' ;Early .: Hickory Smoked from Sunny land

find themselves with no domestic
animals on which to ,Jor theHOLIDAY

feed. Therefore, they begin to 'e0 5 .... _. _w... _, ."' ,._........_, _._,.. "'-
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aggravate the homeowner.Due D STOR ti "' -":y."r"- :' ".. iXi':,_.""..=..:a i SHANK r
at $
to the long dry spell in HALF
April, ticks are also showingup W-D BEEF SALE '
in the lawns of some homes. I

The same treatment will mamaaB_" ::'f.saa&i. _'. :', *"i."" nE .w'. '.. ... LB.
kill both fleas and ticks. It's a land 0' Sunshine Pure _
triple approach of treating W-D BRAND CHUCK
pets, inside the house and the I _
lawn area. .

dust A four is effective percent flea malathion killer on R 49 Whole or Butt Half Pound 45c*
pets.control For, apply an indoor a ready-pre-flea-tick : o a LB.

pared household spray con- 4" SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS
taining malathion or diazinon W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
S 98.

either alone or chlordane in combination or dieldrin.A with. ...:,...1"f lJi 1O 'I t Can Ham 4 CAN I .
sprayer, a paint brush, or 'r'JUNE Al 11D
a pump-type oil can is excel- s: 3te.aKLB. ?
lent for applying insecticidesto 'Q' 1FtY t *
.. MAlITu.1ft. 7u It-
cracks in the floors, around ?''l\J J,is p
baseboards, and in other dark, $1t'11'r\'!,. LB.
protected places. Be sure to ,
spray mats and furniture on :

which For an pets outdoor sleep. attack on Chickens LB. 3 9 "

pet pests, use a jar spray attachment '.. LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE Ste W.LB.. 69 .
on the garden hose. DRESSED j
Spray mixtures containing B-
IIC, DDT. and diazinon will I WD BRAND EXTRA:, LEAN GROUND
kill both fleas and ticks. Whiting LB.15.
As fleas like dry, sandy areas .
for breeding, be sure to spray .' .., ". '
under the house, under the ... 'LD.. $. 00 REG. 59* COPELAND ALL MEAT ._-- :.;
tool shed, and in the sand bed 'e.e'

where you park Ants the jalopy. .: PKG. Wieners. o LB. 49f r+

Even if you don't have ants t f. ; .
in your pantry, you may have 4I

them plants.So elsewhereincluding. your SAVE 8< ,A CAN ? r O'SAGE FREESTONE .

inspect now. Look for the I :
little black invaders as well as

ornamentals the Often big red these ones.guarding pests are"slave"Insects on Peaches. G BIG No-2f/2 CAN 19

that are making honeydew SAVE 1 W-EACH .. ., DEEP 'SOUTHM.iyunnise r: ..
for their captors. Ants t. JUMBOj r
harbor eggs of scale insects. fl '
mealybugs whiteflies, aphids I
and leafhoppers in their nest j QUART 39 ,
during the winter to be sure of r RIPENED. \ i .
a spring and summer supply of \.::

Ant to is in- '
injury plants : ..

direct.pests at Ants full strength keep the for insect des- 'i : '

troying tion mentals, fighting vegetables by practicing off natural and sanita-orna-pre- Cantaoupes'I. .I Tls'sue. 2 ROLLPKG. 19J

dators and preventing an Invasion I I '

of insect parasites. I. ......A"I" .r. ., .. : '
Ants also invade lawns. Be- ., ,..,. '* "'"1'"J ... : I Ii'
side their painful sting, ants JUMBO i /....,,,.-t.-. Y ;Y )'....<-,<" -.".!'-......,(. .......i;f;>:ts.,.. ., '. '.t,, ,......;..& j;x;;....'it" ".-4t>trr: : '. .'i1 I. ''t. J.1,1..
; "'
make unsightly hills that clut- .!! ,l.<. N,..Y "...\.y .t.y. I.,v..fI J t_ j.' d<
ter lawn.up an otherwise perfect Size 27'si 2a 1! 'i'f.,:... ;"".Y<'" '6\ .' .... '.: \";;.; 1'ft..Z"IM&.,. ,I.," !f ..

For outdoor control ento I ft 1id7 BE "Z.\. ; l'P I' I Iw.;;':
mologists suggest chlordane or s I 'i.v W' \ J' I II I 40"{, ;;1'! .

dieldrin in water-base ant nest sprays., try fI'iIf BLUE or WHITE ARROW VACUUM PACKED ... : .
For attacking an i' LARGE, FANCY GEORGIA RED i #i' -
two tablespoons of 50 per cent
chlordane per gallon of water. I it. DetergentAstor Coffee .

Pour the mixture Into the nest : Peaches4us.49 .
opening. Then soak the area ; _
with water to wash the insecticide f eI' I. .
down to the bottom hid- i {w.
ing place of the queen ant. 11 GIANT' BOX I MB. CAN. I:;
On plants apply a spray
mixture of a tablespoonful of I I FROZEN FOOD ;\> SAVEi1 y t't. \ SAVE 10 I =: ..
'I "
50'per cent wettabls chlordan '\::.. >. ... '. ;
in three gallons of '
water.powder Do not apply this r f: IMPROVED .. Save 21 1 a.' R MAXWELL HOUSE Save 17<

poison to foliage or fruit that MORTON,,. Choc., Coconut M
will be eaten.If GIANT 58? Coffee 49 v ?
ants are in the house t Cream n.I 'iropo FOR nj9 r c r Bag
discover if they are coming ,'s Limit one with $5.00 food .:;. :'"\,.. Limit one; with $5.00 food @ f't;
from outside or if the nest, is .. PARKEN LIMEADE or KENDAL F a order or more. y 'f, order or more. ,, }
indoors. For ants that are '_ ." .... I.'f

block sneaking their in from path the by blowing outside, i. LemonadeMORTON 76-oz.cans$1. 'f, '0. ''....':a--:...! ,*" '. .:>:: '

either a five per cent chlodrane
onto or a two the ants'percent line dieldrin of march.dust I> Meat PiesS FOR $1. .: '.ot!;

use For three an percent indoor chlordane application or, ... 5i Extra 2VC Green Stamps SO Extra W Green Stops S4 Extraxfttff Green Stamps ..,.
0.5 percent dieldrin in a non-
Two 20.oz. BOTTLES 0? ONE 2-La. PKC. ONE KING SIZE Tute "
staining deodorized kerosene. r Sticks 3 PKGS.BUY $1. Thrifty Maid1 Catsup Crackin' Good Fig i Bars Colgate Toothpaste T.

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Before the 30 I
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ASK FO* FREE DEMONSTRATION Regular, King Size Chocolate Cake Shrimp Creole Astor Green PeasGOOD Lee's l Chopped Steaks .,

Saw Shop "
No. 2 r.t

2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
Gainesville Phone: 372-3588

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