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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME EIGHTH-THREE STARKE,, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY 3, 1962 'Ip' T r rr: q r rlIJ r NUMBER FORTY-FOUR
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I Clay Line To Baldwin Safety Program

Rally Friday Night

t Lt I Duval l To Acquire Inaugurated By ;




I t ..; ;-. 't, ;': .. .;aL. & 301 Right-Of-Way City Of Starke Election Next T ties.



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-#' : 4i Ralph Powers, member of chua County line, contract let moved to Inaugurate a safety last opportunity to see an d hear the 1962 "offyear"tie

: :-- : the State Road Board, an- and work progress- on four- program for city employees in Gill Indicted election candidates "take t: stump" at a rally in the
I 4 nounced last week in Lake City lanlng.Ala'chua. an effort to cut rising insur-
BHS football stadium Frid;:ay night May 4,,at 8 p.m.
that the Duval Board of County from Brad-
# ance rates by keeping down
It is hoped that the ,ally will generate in-
r some
County Commissioners had executed ford line through Waldo: accident claims. On 1st
a contract with the right-of-way now being pur- City Clerk Merrill Edwards Degree terest and enthusiasm in an election that up to now

SRD to pay for the acquisition chased, and project includedin will head the program with I has gained little attention ;from the in-thestreet

.i of right-of-way neces- the 1962-63 budget. each department head being I. With only three county posts
1k for the planned four- Status of. of inter- Murder ChargeWilliam being contested and no major
# sary projects in charge of the program in didates will be.heard first at
laning of U. S. 301 from the est other than 301: i his area in conjunction with state offices on the ticket, a Friday' night's rally,. and will

Two Views of Demolished Bus. (Photos by Deputy Williams) Clay County line north to, U. State Road 100, from Starketo Edwards. The program was Thomas Gill Jr., 25, light vote is likely unless be allotted 15-ninutei each
S. 90 near Baldwin. Union County line, 9.7 prepared for the city by theTraveler's last-minute developmentstouch All
will be arraigned at 1:30 p. m.< other candidates will be
Powers said the needed miles, approximate cost $300- off a trek to the polls.L. .
Insurance Company to of minutis
Friday answer charges given 10 and will ap
Dead right-of-way has been appraised 000, complete rebuilding and with the Charley E. Johns first degree murder in the April H. Futch, chairman of pear in the following order,
2 8 Injured at approximately $90- widening from present 20 feet Agency, writers of the city's 15 slaying of 17-year-old Linda the County Democratic Executive Representatives to Congress

000. The purchase will be to 24 feet: right of way will insurance* for the coming Hopkins. He is still being held Committee has an- U. S. Senate, and State.

made from funds accruing to be complete in about 60 days, year, as the local representative. in Bradford County jail with- nounced that county can- County races appearing on

Duval County from gasoline and project scheduled for next will
: out bond. Tuesday's ballot be
taxes. 1962-63 budget year, if funds The program will operateon as follows- ... .. '
After %
2 .
hoursof hearing
In Bus The road Improvement, are available. incentive basis with
an Commissioner Dist
; Smashup testimony behind closed doors County Board County ,
extend 8.6 miles, County,
which will State Road 16, Clay each employee who goes a full last Friday, a Bradford County 2: EweU.-Lawson. George W
will cost in excess of $800,000, from SR 21 to Penney Farms, without an accident .
year grand jury returned a true bill Roberts Jr., Markle Starling,
Powers said, and the fund is widening and rebuilding from claim receiving an extra day indicting Gill for the shotgun In( Favor OfReapportionment i and A. B. Whitehead.Couzity .
included in the Road Depart- -present 16-foot width to 24
Traveler's
vacation. The
Migratory Workers Pinned paid slaying of the girl who had apparently Commissioner, Dis .
Berry Prices ment's budget for the fiscal feet. Scheduled for 1962-63 Company will also present spurned his love. 4: Jessie Chastain (incumbent

: year 1962-63. fiscal year, if right-of-way is awards to those employees. Gill, a native'of Starke and a ]; J. A. [R,. G,1 Griff is.
Under Wreckage Near Brooker Holding Firm Surveying of the rightofway acquired. with superior safety records. former employe of a Jacksonville [ School Board, Dist. 1: Oth

has already started at the Mscclenny to Maxville cut- Engineers from the Trayeler's insurance firm, is accusedof ma J. Norman,. and Dan W.
Two killed and eight injured early Thursday south end, near Maxville, it off 95 cent visited Starke .
were Prices through Tuesday held : plans per complete Company firing two charges of buckshot Starling tincumbent,.
i when a west bound bus load of migratory workers fairly firm as this year's strawberry I was learned this week.Powers' and county now acquiring and set up the safety programas into the abdomen of Miss Bradford County Board of other race5aPPearln: on

I H from Jacksonville blew its left front tire and careened yield continued on to: a announcement apparently right-of-way. Included part of the Johns Agency's; Hopkins as she talked with Commissioners has gone on theballotwillbeU. :\

from the highway, striking a .large pine tree, about post-war record. long: period brought of to stalemate an end a, in 1962-63 budget, if fundsare contract to write the city's him in the front yard of !terparents' record on favoring state reapportionment the proposedbill S. Senator. 'Roger L.

'six miles east of Brooker on Hyw. 18. Average price for the week wherein the Duval County available. [Continued on Page 6] home on St. ClaIr which will come before the Davis, George A, Smathers

All the injured passengers, ending Tuesday at the Starke Commission had not moved to Street. voters in referendum at the UncumbentJi an4Dousla.a. R.
unindentified at time for BULLETIN I market $3.36 3,184 flats, I The girl was also employedby Voorhees.I'
press was on acquire right-of-way for one General election in November.In .
Then Disappears an insurance firm in Jacksonville Representative .in Congress,
The Telegraph, were rushed to Identified by Bradford Coun- bringing the season gross to of the worst sections blockingthe and had regular session Wednes-I 8th DistJoict.Johii'k'Marcelio.
Starke and Gainesville hospit ty Hospital authorities in $276,873.89'for 78,736 flats. improvement of 301. graduatedfrom day the board, with Chairman '
Bradford and D. R. BillyJ Matthews,
County High
als .where several were in crit- Thursday's bus accident were: Should prices continue firm Gov. Farris Bryant had an- School*last Carl Prevatt presiding: incumbent.
Marshal Gets spring.
ical condition. Dead-Arthur Battle of with good'weather it :could be nounced it as an objective of Lawtey ; University Accepted a deed for land Railroad and Public Utilities
Gill is a graduate'of'the -
The driver of the bus apparently Jacksonville whose body has possible that the market might his administration to four- from Harvey Williams for new
: Commissioner Dist. 1
I of FloridaHis, parehtslive ,' ;
made frantic .attempts I extend itself through May. lane 301 from the Georgia construction 230 east
been returned to a Jacksonville on Hwy. ,
Fine Or 6 Months at Kingsley -Lake.: Bob Johnson Wilbur' C, King
to halt the veering mortuary.In Tuesday's total of 276873. line through Marion County $500 of Starke; [incumbent], -WUlaa John
vehicle. after a tire blew out, Shock-Dan Cummingsof 89 placed this season over''$100- before the end of his term. Assistant state Attorney Authorized expenses of Mason. |

causing it. to careen off the Jacksonville. 000 above last year's total for Present status of other Important :MackFutch, said that:plans are CountyAgent George Huggins '
fill the in yesterday that the town charter to hold: Gill's'trial Curing''thespring .Railrpad and-Public Utilities
xoaiCThe to vacancy
Injured-English Holloway, the entire season-$168,614.85. segments of U. S. 301: Steps .to attend a meeting for discussion
the office' of Lawtey marshal amended in 1953, states term f'Cfrculf''COurlwhich : Commissloneri! ; ;>'f.st. .2: Jim
bus, belonging to the 38, ,of Jacksonville who has Average .price per flat this Through Clay CountyHigh1anj of a marketing pro-
will likely Jpe taken at.the .regular -that in, case, of vacf1cy. an opens' ,here on"'ifay '4;; Blantav Charier L. Carter.
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Parker ,Bus Company, was been transferred to Gainesville season has been $3.51% as compared [ to Maxvffle,, con- < grm ? S '
elected'.office,.2. .' such. va- Due Jerry wrpaHtt Uhcumbentl.}
.to possible chnlcal'deUyB '
[ fhe Lawtey 'Declined
completely severed when it Medical Center with multiple with last ,, tract 'let! and Work.already .meeting.! ;: because of present
$3.15 ,year. fill f' the '
I be "by '
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cancy'shall" Onett.
not Jim Fair and
Council next Monday: night, however, this does mean the .lack of funds for ,George
proposal
I struck the tree. leaving the broken bones.' I started on our-laning. a
I Much of the increase -in thisyear's I the ,Council in
) :Mayor Charles R. Shuford said City Council, or trial. would actually.take:place paving streets in Carlotta subdivision Bradford County,has a total
e.and' Starke Ala-
engine hood,on the opposite In Gainesvill Medical Cen- yield has been attributedto South from to I its discretion! shall order an during that week. ttm1ght'notbe S
of 5,360 registered.Democrats,
yesterday. .
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and a request for.
side of the tree. ter Brady Lee Jerginan "
are plastic mulch by some of election to fill such vacancy. held'tor
Lawtey has been without the 'several weeks; or : qualified to vote in the May
purchase of a three-tone fire
One. man a woman and a :25; ,Oscar McGeachy Lehan the Other who, Charter .
growers. growers Another section of the months Futch said
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marshal
as
$ Security official services of a even 8 primary. Of this number
and Civil Defense warning sIren
mongrel dog accompanying Lovett 53, 'Willie Abney 56, ,
have not yet.tried it, but have since March 30 when Sumpter. quoted by the attorneys, the spring term ofcourt 1 is ecJi 4.519 are white and 841 color-
trie 'passengers, were killed Robert Mallory 30'and Willie been observing, will be doing. so A representative of the D. Harley 'was given a 30-day' states that the council nically in session until the fall ; "

S outright, after being pinned fcady 49. next year. Gainesville Social Security office suspension from the office after -, shall have full power to fill all term starts in November. OK'd purchase of two filing ; ed.The
county's SO registered
: bus. is report cabinets for the
under the The-dead woman vacancies in office, but the CountyClerk'
Total Ave. Tear'sflats 'will ,be at'the courthouse his arrest by the State Gill has refused to discuss cannot vote in the
A :Deputy Sheriff Willard Williams ed to be the wife of Joe Parker Price Gross Patrol DWI Mayor may fill any vacancy, office and two safety Republicana.
I in Starke from 9:30 a.m. Fri Highway on. a the slaying with law enforce- Democratic. primary.
of Jacksonville and Ala- office of Council belts for county trucks.
I and Sargeant, Carlos 1962 78,736 $3.51% $278.873 day, May 11, for the purposeof charge. I except in the ment officials, Sheriff Reddish
.1' Musgrove arriving( about 7:30: chua. man, until the nut meeting of Authorized use of the vault Polls will open next Tuesday -
arraigned on
1961 53,402 $3.15 $168,614 conducting social security Harley was said. His attorney is Sigsbee
v%'4. : directed rescue and the Council." in the County Clerk's office at 7 a-m. and close at 7
.nv. up 25,334. .sgth $103,259, business. April 23 before County JudgeT. Scruggs of Gainesville.DuPont.
clearing operations at the I Council Chairman Dave Shu for Civil Defense... p.m 4r
4 j A. Yawn, pleaded guilty to --- -----
.seen? for about two hours- April 'Sees126'Cases the charge, and was sentencedto ford said the customary pro-
By LeeBHS 58-57Y2. pay a $500'fine or serve six cedure, in his opinion, was for

ij J, In months in jail. His driver's license the mayor to make the appointment
Madison Street subject to approval by _
County Court was also revoked. for one
Half Point i the Council.
Church SetsHomecoming Edged
County Judge T. A. Yawn year.Harley requested the arraign- I :

disposed of 126 cases during ment, stating that he planned Mobile XRayUnit .
April including 39 unlawful In Ribault Track MeetBradford to re-enter a hospital for treatment -L ri- .

The annual Homecoming of speed and 15 Improper passing I of a long-standing ill- To VisitBradford

the Madison street Baptist charges which headed the I I ness. He asked permission tc

Church will be held Sunday, High School thin- so 'doubtful because of the post a "fine and cost bond.
list.Other SoonA
May,6.Rey cases were: larcenyof dads took on all the compe- strong.wind.Lee's ]. which guarantees payment of _
Jack Mabry, former automobile, 1 case; escape, tition in Jacksonville's Class : Mann was the star of the fine within 90 days in lieu s_ --i

pastor of the church, will be 6; worthless check, 12; resist- AA schools could offer Satur- the meet, winning the most of serving the jail sentence. Mobile X-Ray unit will be _

the featured speaker at the ing arrest 1; breaking and day night at the Ribault In- valuable participant trophy, Sheriff P. D. Reddish said in Bradford County May 9-17

morning service. Luncheonwill entering to commit petit larceny vitational and came within an with a 9.5 winning performance yesterday that Harley signedthe to furnish free chest x-rays to,'

be served after the Morn- 1: aggravated assault 1; eyelash of beating them all in the 100 yard dash. a bond in his office and was citizens the County Health

Ing Worship, and the afternoon driving without headlights, 2; as they were edged by Lee 21.8 in the 220. and 48.7 in released oa his promise to senc Department- announced this

will be devoted to a time no license tag, 1; contributingto High 53-5V4. the 440-yard dash. two other persons in to sigr week. Receives Industry Award Iw I

of fellowship. the delinquency of a mmor, Asked if he was pleased with Besides hi* Cnird place finish the bond as guarantors. The Every person over 18 yearsof
2 attempted breaking and en- showing two other never appeared is urged to visit the .
All members and .friends of : his team's fine in the century, young persons age
the' church are invited to"join tering, 1; malicious injury, 1; against the larger schools Gardner also won the shot Sheriff Reddish said unit for the purpose of having Muir left center], representing Bradford County, were (from Camp Blanding. ; .Jerome.

.in*this observance. driving while intoxicated, 4; Coach Dave Hurse quipped, put with a toss of' 50 feet 1 and Harley subsequently left an x-ray taken. The x- the DuPont Comp left!: F. B. Beard Florida Development Johns, president Chamber 'of

withholding support 1, and "You're never pleased when 34.1nc. es. His previous high Lawtey. rays are used .to check each any, received the' Governor's Commission ware- Commerce; Buford Mitchell,
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trespassing, 2. you don't win and we should was 49 feet but Coach Hurse I. Judge Yawn has issued j applicant for tuberculosis, certificate of recognition for house; J. M. Edwards Jr., Florida State Prison: H. A.

Grand larceny, 1 case; voluntary have won the meet." has been predicting that the capias for Harley's rearrestbut lung cancer, and an enlarged industry, at a dinner 'given by Bradford Engineering Co.; Joe Bishop Jr.. Btarke Telephone

FISHERY intoxication' 9; assault But the Tornadoes' second muscled sophomore would Sheriff Reddish said hi heart. the Chamber of Commerce, Cocomise, Bradford Furniture
f and battery, 2: no drivers place effort could not have break 50 feet any time. He office had been unable to servE Schedule for the unit next Thursday night of lAst'week, Co.; E. E. Everett, Fla. Hydrocarbons Co.Some 50 persons including

I license 6; manslaughter, gone unnoticed as BHS senior. has two more years in whichto the paper because Harley's week is: inaugurating "Industry Appreciation -I Inc.; Muir; Rep. Chamber Commerce c11rec-

Friday, May\ .4. 1; gambling; enteringwithout Harold Seymour set two records -' match his brother's Sam, whereabout? are unknown.Harleyu Lawtey-Tuesday, May 8, Week.".The.award. 'was I, Thomas; A. P. Munden, Florida torsattcndedthe.dln er and
breaking and petit larceny 145 time in-the BHS 52 foot 4-7 p. m., Sam Brown's Store. presented in behalf of the: !'
6:30 to 8:00 with a a 1961 graduate, 30 day suspensioifrom Gas Transmission Co.; R. heard televised'talk by Oov.
1; no brakes. 1: failureto 120-yard high hurdles and record- his elected office was uI New River Wednesday GovernorbY, Rep. A.:.J.'Thomas tho
control mMoody's B.,Rodermond Hercules Pow- Farris Bryant--lauding;
EHSStadium have vehicle Tinder leaped '6-3 in the high jump. Tom also finished second to on April 30, but Mayor Shu May 9, 12-2 p. Jr.
2 improper tag.1; possession Store. at :'the dinner der Co.; CoL James A. Griffin. role of industryin building
; 'His hurdles time was also a Forrest's Miller in the discus ford said he had not acted t( ... Honor,guests : '
of' moonshine still 2; failureto personal high, bettering. a with a throw of .126,feet. Sey- fill the vacancy, other than le' Brooker-Wednesday, May representing :Industries in State Maintenance Shoos. Florida. ;; S ____
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4 Rive signal. 1: driving while 15.2 effort u nurse Commodore Crews continue tc 9, 11 a. m.-noon
previous mour also added a second
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reckless
ucxi. revoked 1: said, however, it is still uncertain place finish to his string of work the school zone, as he ha: Center. Clothing Asked At Annual Convention

RecedingPOLITICAL : driving, 3; violation of the whether or not the wins with a 21.6.performance for the past month. He saic Hampton-Wednesday, May For Needy .
charter of the Railroad and Bradford 9, 4-7 p. m., City Hall.
time will stand as a in the 180-yard low hurdles.Starke' there had been about 10 applicants
Public Utilities Commission, High record because of a pole vaulters were for the marshal's job Starke-FridaY, May 11, 10a. Articles for underprivileged

1; profane and indecent, lan strong wind at the runner'sbacks. also very much in the lime- but that he had not decider m--l p. m. and 2-6 p. m, summer campers [bathing County Teachers Back FEA Stand
RALLY guage, 1; and carrying a concealed has already what recommendation he woulc Florida Bank.
Seymour light as senior Irwin Martin been suits, towels, camping clothes,
weapon 1 case. soared 6-4 in the high jump. and junior Lynwood Walters make to the council at ife :Much progress has but etc. may be left at the following
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to made in stamping out For Of Merit PayPlanSixteen
Plate The lanky jumper had tied for first ,with identical meeting Monday night discov- places: Repeal
$1.00
cases
Golfers some
t Women share his first place hurdles leaps of 12 feet 4 'inches. Senior Thomas '& Pierce, attorneysfor there are of them Starke Laundry & Dry

I Come Out And Hear Invited To Enter honors with Forrest's alonein John William;, Silcox finished the City of Lawtey, said 'through ered each the year free, many chest x-rays, Cleaners, or any elementary Bradford County ed-islation prevent the increase.

Howell though.he stood second at 12 feet even as according to Dr. A. Y. Coving- school in the county [Starke ucators attended the Florida In taking their stand in favor

_ The Candidates! Tuesday TourneyAll first,place tn the high jump. Starke completely dominatedthe Boys Ranch Drag ton, Bradford County health Elementary Bouthside, Hamp. Education Association Convention -of repealing the teacher merit

members of the Starke Sophomow Tom Gardner event officer. About 35 per cent of ton. Brooker Lawtey. in Miami Beach Thursday pay plan, passed in the last
finishing third in the 100-yard Senior Mike Darby also hada Races Set SundayBoys the cases discovered are with.. Dr. Florence Jennings, county through Saturday and stood term of tho legislature, the educators
Ladies Golf Association are dash with a time oMOJ, also second place in the mile at between ages 25 and Juvenile counselor, prefers solidly behind the group's stand are in direct opposition

invited to enter a White Elephant has a Bradford High record 2:02.4. Larry Noegel of Starke Ranch Drag Races will persons said."Schedules. that they be left at Starke for the repeal of the teacher to Governor Farris Bryant anda
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This Space Contributed. Tournament to be held hanging in the wind. It wasa finished fifth in that event at be held at the Thunderbolt Cleaiers, where they will be competence award law.The majority of the' state's leg.

: Tuesday, May 8, at the Starke personal high for Gardnerin 2:05. even. while Hal Lawson Raceway on U. S. 17 near are being placed washed, packed, and stored teachers also voted to slators.[ In speech to teachersin
Weekly to Publicize I the century. Junior Free- had a fourth place ,finish in Green Cove Springs, Sunday, throughout the county for the until needed this summer., the Miami Beach list Friday
Golf & Country Club. A picnic usuallyruns 4:46.7. May 6. Gates at 9 a.m. convenience of the public and has support legislation fixing
open there
man Register who themile'with. atlmejof Dr. Jennings says 67 counties' contribution to .the night Bryant told them that
Community Events by lunch will be provided. ahead of Gardner, tooka Starke's 880-jard relay and admission is $2.25. Re- all persons and organizations been a gratifying response to 'nfmum' Foundation Programat most legislators lie has talked

I Each member is asked to back seat as he finished team composed of Gardner ceipts will go for the benefit are urged to assist in getting her can for camping articles 25 cent to 75, per cent to will oppose repeal of the

The I bring a white elephant gift. fifth at 10.6 seconds. He redeemed .Seymour Leonard Dugger, and i of Boys Ranch at Live Oak. the public to take advantge of for some 100 underprivileged for the per state. The counties' merit pay plan unless teacherscan

_ Community; \ The association held its himself however by Register also finished second sponsored by the Florida -this service" Dr. Covingtoa Bradford County children] who share of the MFP this year is come up with another merit

at the finishing:: second to Lee's Dave with a time of 1:33.5. Sheriffs Association.: stated. have been promised a week*
first regular meeting in excess of 30 per cent and is plan,. which,.b.be.ttet He .
State Bank pro shop last Thursday when Mann in 220-yard dash in'22.5 I Team totals were: Lee 58 Tickets are .on. sale. locallyat Remainder.of the schedule outing, at.the.Salvation..Army tm.ph5'iIye4
officers were installed and seconds. The time is a record' points Starke 51%, Jackson Honest John's Service sta-- will be publiShed'1n the Telegraph Camp on .Bedford Late ,thiScmmeP. expected to rise five per cent that the tegblaturtr

4 II! committees appointed. for Bradford High but, is"al-, [continued oa Page 6] tion and Wayne's Superette. _next,week, ._ pore next year;: unless neg leaS .ICG .. 11


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Mrs. John Griffin of Och- Mr.: and Mrs. Dolph Reddish!f, convention in Miaml Utilities Group I :Jerry W. Carter, the incumbent -: Grand Lodge at the regular II! -

ochnee, Ga. is spending several ;and family of Starke, and Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- Commissioner in Group' meeting in June. The club KEEP BILLY MATTHEW

c lays with her parents, Mr. and .and Mrs.: David Reid, Mrs., Rae and children of Lake City Candidate Has I 2.; now has 39 members. ,

Mrs. F. F. Stump. Charles Walker, and :Mr. and| and :Mr. and Mrs. Cary Naz- The Carters have one son, The dinner and floor show 1 CONGRESS

:Misses Shirley Morrison and ':Mrs. C. A. Walker and familiesof worth of Jacksonville were Local Ties Larry, who is a student of ; sponsored by the club;> in cooperation '.. .
l Pd. Pol. Advil
'f"' ? Diann4 Colson'and George Mor- Jacksonville were Weekend Sunday gusts of"Mr.:>md Mrs. I Chipola Junior College. with the Eastern ,
""of -Mr. Mrs. 1;). W. ,Charles L. Carter of Tallahassee -
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and.
rison\ pent the ,weekend with Barney McRae.and family.. Star last Saturday night, was I
xs MOOT ,,-- PHONE 88i-e 1E Carpenter! : .at Santa Fe Lake. I' who is a candidate for
friends. in Leesburg.. Mrs. F. L. \Watjterson; ;m1i the Railroad and Public Utilities A J. Thomas. Sr., very successful netting $348.-I
.Mrs.- Nevjcomib 'and .
Robert A. "Wiggins\ has ,e- Byron. 33, which will be divided between -i I r
Mrs. J. C. attended.-
Sapp )uteA cbmmission.Group 2 Soon
E Mrs. George Plynn Jr. and >Mr. and Mrs. H.; ;H. Register 'enlisted Jn the ;Navy and is daughter, Linda\ of Waycross CS meetingn RaytQW' May -8, is married to the on Is .New; ,PresidentOf the two organizations. :! Coming
i- Mrs O.' L. Haynes Jr. were anSI baby son ,of AL'amontSprings .stationed for a .month .at Ga.. !pendpig(this week;with Beach last' Friday and Sat- Almost 200 dinners were served '
former
Hilda grand-
f Wyrick
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. Shriners Club
I- in Atlanta, Ga.-from Saturdayto were Sunday visitorsof Charleston, S. C. before being and The Belles of New;i
Mr. and. .:Mrs.. R. E. Edmondr .. .-. urday. daughter of the late Mr. and I
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\: Thursday visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- assigned to a permanent duty Orleans floor show was warm- Grand
Mr. r son, :Mrs Junius Smith, :Mrs.H. Mrs. 'J. A. Griffon\ had asher Mrs. :T. J. Terry, well-known I A. J. Thomas Sr. was elected ; Opening
\I. e.nd4rs. W. F. Herlong station. ly received. j
son.Mr. C. Brown and Mrs. A. F. guests at the Griffin camp one-time residents of Lawtey. president of the Starke Shrine :,
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were: in Orlando and Lake and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Don Neil visitecLMr. Several visiting officials were
:: : Garner'attende .the Southeast .In :the Scrub last Thursday Mrs Carter is the daughter ; Club at its regular meeting!: .
Harborfrom Wednesday. to .and AOJ1..Jimm7! were in Orlando jjid! Mrs.,Richard Cray; present from Jacksonville. NewGift
Sun ay i vii relatives.i -- Sunday visitingSgt.. in Jacksonville Saturday evening Hospital' conference New Orleans -I and Friday,' Mrs. S. G. Den- of Mr. and Mrs.J. P.Wyrick,1: ,, Tuesday night. Other officers I II I MMM BW B BWB B BMW'I
; last Tuesday tft Friday; mark, Mrs. J. E- Hardy, Mrs.;: formerly of Lawtey, who now i elected were: B. T. Thomas, THE RIGHT POINT for the' Shop
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,, Mrs.. 5901 Cof gr ello and Mrs. and Mrs Ewell Lawson Jr. "
: : 9 M. H. Sheppard, and Mrs. H. leside in Tallahassee. ;, vice president W. J. Dodd,
B.:.C. Holtzendorf Jr. attended and family.] Rev. and Mrs...R. E. Mac- MOTHERS'S .DAY: CARDS by ; way you write. Come in and,1 I Unusual -.-.Imports -- .'
1 bp;- Cljristian ducatio"ri .- Mrs. Effie Johns was yisit- ii,$laiiwere; 'Apalachicola oyer Hallmark, at .BalUngton's I M. Hatcher. ,I :Mr. Carter, a 45-year-old J secretary: and E. W. Hayes,, select your favorite ESTER-!: Unique

.. orjsgh%p Jit \the\ Southside} .ing Mrs. Bessie Sapp .and the weekend visiting r their spn- Gjfts! : Attendingthe State YWA, native of Florida, is former j I treasurer. They will be installed : BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-I

Presbyterian hurch in'Jacksonville friends in Raiford( from Sat- in-law and daughter, :Mr. and Attending the ,retirementand ; Assembly 4n>.DeLand last Friday president of Cities Transit,i, by, .officers from the GRAPH.
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f .recently. urday to Monday. Mrs. George Fortunas, and attgnded reception .honoring General I to Sunday were Mrs. Inc. which operates city bus !I .. '". ..:- .. .- -- .'-. *"-. .- .' '. -- ,. ---, .
Douglas,0 Charles and Z;don Mrs. "Nina Howard Sanders a wedding where thfir Mark W, .Lance at the I George Martin and daughter,. service in Tallahassee. Sara-i i \

Jg rdy. ..a' ; eiyjed\ toe funejalAfana.injt fell at home on Easter Sunday grandchtt"4r.en.Blain; was ang Armory in St. Augustine on,I t Beth' Mrs. N. S. Danby, ,Mrs. .sota! and several other.Florida 1,

: \\ Mrs. Connie Lee, and broke her leg. -She: f Js bearer, and Josephine. was a. Saturday were Col. and Mrs.,j S: L. p= Jr., Judy ,Schleppi, 'towns. In addition, he founded DAYSONLYI'FRI'1
in: ,igma, Ga. last Friday.Mr. (confined to Bradford County flower girL James A. Griffin, Lt. Col. and! \ \& Devrick, Bonnie Naz- and was president pf!j; 1 3 SAT. 610N 1

; ..and Mrs. Carl Geng of Hospital Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthj, Mrs.>, H.M...Hatcher Jr...Dr. ,AYt ..1+i worth, Glenda Chesser, andClarinell Coleman. GMC Truck Sales,' .

"iCh ajo, ,,1l .ijreie 'weekend, Mrs. L. y. Hardin and Mrs... were -Brunswick, Ga. ove{ Coyington'arid ,Mjr. ,!and l1 Cooper. Inc. in Tallahassee. He was ] ,

guess Qt '11$r. ,arjd Mrs. .Al ,Guy Andrews >are at ,Qunpnd the w. ekend tg visit 1lbeir uncle. J.: s.. y. ..S'p'engler_ Attending the -Florida; ..Education born in.St. Augustine, attended j) ;
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I 4 H )rtrn nn.' .Beach. Attending. the .Presbyterian J. O. Deaver, ; who is confined)r l' ,Mr. and: ':W s. Logan .Bald.win .. .: Association meeting in 1, school in Miami-Coral I I I'
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.".tics. "Adam, Green entered Women-of-the-jChurch\ a hosjntjah '. \ were in: "Jaqksonv lle! Friday 1 Miami from, Wednesday to Gables, where he received the I 'Mk- 4

r .' 'thV University J3ospifal' >in Synodical Training School- :Mr. and Mrs. E. S.: Lake o(' and Saturday .attending Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs.P., J American Leadership Award, \' _
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I' Gainesville on- Sunday' for i W. C. Young of Charleston,. West... ,..Palm-. -"Beach. ', and' Mrs. Oi.i the-Investors piyersified Service.Sj.Iijc. T. .NoUn, Bob Ferguson. Paul :and graduated from Leon !'I' Y II j Ij II I

.theckun W. va. was visiting --ms son- Wynn and.:Mrs .B. ,E.: Thrasher meeting,at, the Town. Hutchins.; Miss Frances :poe, :High in Tallahassee. He at- '; I

I' : i:-,rLDt rQ"d of Jack- in-law and daughter. Mr and of Gainesville were'Sunday vis'7 House. .Hugh; b gramMr. .and Mrs., )tCanton Presbyterian College in i! ,

a 'onville spent.the first. of the; .Mrs. Bill E. Costello,. last j itors of Mrs. Julia Bryan., Mr.r.: and Mrs. 'v!.. H.: Minerof Connie .Clark," James Hobbs, I S. C. i i i ,.

jreekwith Mrs. J. H. Fields. i Mrs Sue Miles is convalescing 1 Akron' Ohio are spending Jmi':Temple, Tom 'Casey, MissAudry Mr.Carter has had 22 years '! 'I,

'MrsTrftr T.Pppliri:! of ,Jop% week.Mr.. and Mrs. Al iHartmannind c at the home of her .son ten ,days with Sir. and- Mrs.Merritt : Berger; Mr. and Mrs.; I of :transportation experience, !I

Mor Rasa jguestlastweek} piW. Mr,, and Mrs. Lqo .Champion and daughter-in-law, _Mr. and; Williams.Mr James Pierce, and Mrs. .S. ,..having worked his. way:' k'
fV Graham. ;Mrs. Billy 'Miles, 'in Macclenjiy and Mrs. S. G. Denmark to become I
: and* W. H.; gave a surprise+t-birthday Spanier. through the ranks ; 4nd Tc Prove It!
Mrs.: 1 following two weeks .. and_, daughter_ Joyce, Transit.His .
r 1.i ie "Grahams, also had asweekend 'dinner Monday' night for surgery _u." "Mrs. Nassie ,Paulk of ,Ocilla :president of Cities ,
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: Quests'Mrs.. E. A.JRowton ,Don .Champion., ago i in Bradford County Hospital. andMiss_, Jane! Adams. visited iwas'the weekend guest of Mr. : decision to enter the race r v .,1 I l b

\ and chfldreh., and Mrs.: M. E. ,Griner of LakeButler 1 :"Mr. faryi\ Mrs.' J, M. Vickers and Mrs. J. 'p..Iill. for this,office was given

riirs7 '!'"Bertha Fuller of Tallahassee. was a Tuesday visitor Shirley: Morrison Joann,Reddish ; ._and.. family...1" in Brunswick, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Sapp ful consideration for care-I'
.' "' x>f Mrs. P. D. .rancher. Sandra Solano, Abby Har- over the weekend.'Beverly :of. Daytona, 'Beach and Mr.and .I years, during which _ij

t : "Mrs.: : Floyd Crosby spent. .Mrs. .Billy JDowUng and ley, Joe Sapp, Wayne Kinney, Diane Crawford of 'Mrs. Dan Priest of., Jack.sonViiie .made! 4a thorough study of the
, Sunday and..Monday.'With+ '< her daughters, Marjorie Ann and and Daniel Alvarez are attending .Jacksonville spent the weekend attended .the Shriners operations ana functions of LOOK AT THIS SAVING 3 DAYS ONLY!

: /o n-ln law a d'Haughter: ; Mr. 'Nancy,.1 left 'Monday! _for ;Warm : the Diversified! Cooperative with her grandmother. ; Saturday evening .with the commission. states thatthis t

and Mrs. Herfcie Johnson. "and, Springs, Ga. where. Nancy is Training State conven-.. l Mrs. E. .L. Crawford! Mrs.: .dinner their-parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. analysis convinced him
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I: 3a{. r. -JacksqnviUe.: .. receiving further treatment. tion at the Robert Meyer. Ho-I"Crawford was visiting' Mrs. :Dodd Jr. that ,the commission! is not|
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IMT and Mrs; K.'O. 'Duncan' Mr.:and Mrs. W. H, NoUman tel from Thursday to Saturday y.I,Myrtie Adkins in Jacksonvillelast performing its duties to the' -
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I tattendedJthe-97th anniversary returned last Thursday from T. H. Slade was in Chicago,, ediiesday..bfr's. Mrs.JB.. .J. Brown Jr.and I'best ;interest of the people of j
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seipices of the First Metho- five days at Asheville, N. C. Ill. attending the National L,P.' yr. E. Middleton and :daughter| Susan, and Miss Plorida. lie nas expressed a I HANG't

j.yrs t Church Tin Lake. Butler Enroute home they visited Gas convention from Saturday. Miss Madge, Middlefton. .were, Margaret:' Semmes. of DeFun- desire "to return this agency 't
: 'last .Sunday" relatives at Savannah and St. Wednesday.. .visiting Mrs. E. L. Middleton iak Springs were Friday visitors -. closer to the people and striveto 299 % \

is :'Jean Mundy of FSU Simon's Island, Ga.. Mrs? W.. C. Wilson of Willis- in Melbourne' over .the week- ./ of Mr. and Mrs. LA. see that the regulated Rege ,

: will be dome. -,.; this, weekend- Pvt. Billy Harrington is.attending ton and Mrs. J. W. Terry,pf eijd.Mr. Davis.Mr..and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw companies give the best service" i i i' .

J,t: Thomas' T. Long, .?f FOl\t\ : three months schooling Lake' City were Monday visitorsof and Mrs. Marvin :Walker entertained at a family .dinner at lowest Gost; to the public.
Bening,9a. dill be disjphar .- : at Fort Sam Houston,'Tex :Mrs. Foster Shi Smith. :of Clearwater,and).tr- arid Sunday celebrating 'the During his campaign. Mr.1 I

ed,, TlLursday ,after two ,as. His wife of JacXsqnville, Mrs. W. R. Strobo underwent! Mrs. Fred Joans (of ;Gaines- 49th wedding anniversary of Carter has emphasized the

: ma4r$ f half years pf service. was visiting Mrs. ,Gladys liar- surgery at Bradford; County tville were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs B..S. Outlaw of fact that ,he is not related toiI. :, c : .

.M$.. Pil} Hutchins ,attended I rington on Sunday. hospital.Diss }Ir. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. Jacksonville. The ja.rjty included t.- -' '

.. "the Beauty gh.ow in St. : Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr., Mrs. } Jackie,Colley! has, moved Miss Mary Brownlee of Bal- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ...; .. __ __.. _. ;: Z.I .

P )rpm .Sunday to ''C. R.: Whitehead, and :Mrs.. to ,Glen. St., Mary after accept- timore, Md. is spending from Outlaw of Jacksonville; Mr. I ,; Q {

I' JPp.esdaY'I.P. Dixon Thomas were called to !ing a position jas social! ,workerin Wednesday to Sunday with and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw Jr. of 3 i
I W.' C..L., Scholl. attended Jacksonville :last Thursday by the Northeast Florida! Mental her mother, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Melbourne, and Mrs. Paul Florida'TIheatre' White, Beige, Rose or < a;

I the*Region'-m Annual >Con- the sudden death of their Hospital in Macclenny. and family. Sullivan and family of Kis- Green ? ,
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: 'SergoGe. f';tie V. S. .Civil De- brother, Horace Starling Mrs. E...D. Tenly was admitted Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall simniee. ;i3 :'

I Je.nse, Council .the-Roosevelt Mrs.. L. S. Hutto. visited to Bradford! County. Hospita and children spent from Tues- Dr. and Mrs. T. G.:Ritch and 045-in. wide 84in. Long
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JTHPRSDAT. Y 3, 1963 -- SBADFORD COUNTY TELEG p>>PAGE FOURTEEN $ '" PAGE THREE.

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Junior WomenTo H r miration ,of all with whom he I j Band Members I President McIntire appointed ___ __,00 _," ,._' -. .-

WHAT WHEN 1 j'l associated. The exemplary: Foster Shi Smith to the I. .... _-v _" -._..-- -" .-
Install 1ner in which Second Lieu Present Program, ; ouilding committee. I

1 Officers MondayThe AND WHEREThursday j i t.tenant duties reflects Long performed great credit his 1: At Rotary Club ;t Reports were received from ,i SURPRISENew

the finance and building committees j
I. himseir and the United I
Junior Woman's Club May 3 upon : Two groups of young musicians concerning their pro-,
GLADYS MOOTT 'States Army.
PHONE 964-0651
will hold an installation of Executive Board Starke I from the BHS Band pre-, grams for the financing and ':

officers Monday night at 8 Woman's Club, 3:30: p. m.,' club sented a musical program at i building of an agricultural ;.
Woman's Club house. Lacy Austin 87 and livestock exhibit pavilion ,
o'clock in the club house. i the Starke Rotary Club Wed- Gift Shop
3Iouday, May 7 with local funds and state ;;,
Sets MayBreakfast Mrs. George Thorp of Jack- OES meeting, 8 p. m. Ma- Former Resident\ nesday: the Brass Sextet,com- matching funds. I
I prised of Steve Edwards, UnusualImports
sonville Beach, District 4 Dir- sonic Temple. McIntire announced that "
; Johnny Scott, Jimmy Jones,
will Junior Woman's Club meet- the next meeting of the directors -
I ector, be installing officer. Police Chief Becky Dinkins, Ward Bessette, I, Unique

"Spring In the South" will ing, 8 p. m. club house. and Richard Wait; and the would be held in the .. -. "- ..,
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; e the theme of the May Break- The Honor Court names wili kc Wesleyan Tuesday Service, :May Guild 8 meet- Lacy Harry Austin. 87. a Clarinet Quartet composed of courthouse at 8 p.m. Monday, I c _._ __ _..___ _._ __ __." .J
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May 14.
:, ast, the outstanding social be announced and awards ing at Methodist Church 7:30p. native of Bradford County Phyllis Haddock, Lorraine De-
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vent of the club year for thearke .4xh given. Also the Club Womanof ; m. and former resident of Starke, Cario, Vickie Frees, and Kath- -

Woman's Club, to be the Year will be announced. Wednesday, May 9 died Friday, Apr. 27, in a ryn Myrick CORRECTION BIG 21" SCREEN
eld at 12 noon, Wednesday, ; I
'::>., May Breakfast, Starke Wom- Gainesville nursing home. The band members were introduced Through error last week the
at the club house. v ,
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"''\ Hostesses for the evening an's Club, 12 noon. Mr. Austin was the son of by Director Elden name of Sammy Warren was i COLOR TV'
The will
theme be'carried out
will be: Mrs. Lester Kite Jr., I Friday, May 11 I the late Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mathews, who made an appeal'for omitted from the list of ushers i
the decorations under the .
: M a chairman, Mrs. A. L. Gregory, BPW luncheon, 12 noon, Austin {# Starke, and had stronger community sup- in the Johns-Powell wed- I Blonde DeLuxe Console
irection of' Mrs. Charles Mrs. Vernon Reddish, :Mrs. Mary Dunagan Garden Restaurant. lived at various times in port of young people's activi- ding. I I
cbniitt, and in the 'program SPECIAL SALE PRICE37SW.T.
[theirs. Dave Paulk as,chair- Jimmy Green, and Mrs. Ran- Engaged To Altar Society meeting, 8 p. Gainesville and Jacksonville, ties, such as band concerts,
dal Chitty. :m. Parish Hall. as well as here. He was a school plays, etc. I
The executive board will ''Roger Ezell member of the police force It was announced that these KEEP BILLY MATTHEWS $
Mrs.. will
C. L. Scholl install i
meet tonight [Thursday] at 8 many .years ago, and servedas two groups, and also the :Majorette .
fleets: for the,ensuing: year. ., .k''. : .o'clock at the home of Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. William M.J J Lt. Tom Long chief of police for several Squad, will compete in IN CONGRESSPd. .
Tickets at $2 may 'be pur- r9 si Low Monthly Payments.
Randal Chitty. Dunagan announce the en- years. .He was also engagedin the State Band Contest in [ Pot Adv.]
based from Mrs. Robertrten' gagement of their daughter, j Gets Medal OfCommendation business here some 40 or Daytona Beach next Thursday. Your Present Set Will

jld'all or. members Mrs.: Snlian are urged McRae to, Mrs. Scholl Named Mary Melva, to Rev. Roger 50 years ago, including the This weekend the band will Make Down Payment.

Edgar Ezell, son of Mr and operation of a meat, market, enjoy an outing to Jekyl Is-
tten 4 .this delightful affair. THE RIGHT POINT for the FREE DemonstrationAND
Defense Chairman Mrs. Robert Ezell of Perry. and a; boarding house. He land.
Members oi'.the executive "J The wedding will be solemn- Lt. Thomas T. Long Jr.- Deceived was:,a;member of the 'Christ I way you write. Cwne in and DELIVERYSee
oard will serve as hostesses. Of Woman's ClubsThe '
the Department oj the \
ized at 2:30: p.m. on Sunday, ian Church. select your favorite ESTEB-
Miss Bigham'sEngagement Army Commendation Fair Association I AtBullington's
July 15, in the'Madison Street :Medal Funeral services were held { -
Southside PTA Starke Woman's Club upon expiration of his active BROOK Fountain Pea TELE
;:, To Baptist Church. at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Directors ElectedA Appliances
was honored by having one of duty commitment on May 1. I
Miss Dunagan, a former Jones-Johnson Funeral Homein GRAPH. Call Ph. 964-6551
Meets\ Tuesday Mr. Green its members, Mrs. C. L.Scholl, He is the son of Cot and Mrs.T. 100 W.
Told student at Norman College, is Gainesville with Rev. R. B. 33-member board of dir-
named Chairman,of the Civ- T. ,
Long of Starke, and -
The'last meeting. of the year now attending Tift College in Keyes, pastor of the Eastside ectors was elected Monday
Defense
>r'.Soutl side Elementary PTas The engagement of Miss ilian and National Forsythe Ga. plans to enter Florida'state Baptist Church, officiating. night at a meeting of the .

held Tuesday night in the Mary Jane Bigham to ,Allen Department of. the Florida Rev, Ezell pastor of the University this summer to resume Burial was in the Santa Fe Bradford County Fair Associa- :
Federation of Women's Clubsat his
1 hool cafetorium with the Stanley Green is announced by Pauline Baptist Church Val- college studies. Cemetery near Hampton. tion.

resident, Mrs M. H. .Shepard. her ,parents, Mr and Mrs. their 67th Annual, conven- dosta, Ga., also attended Nor- The citation reads as follows Survivors include a daughter At a directors' meeting fol- I'
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tion in last week.
Tampa :
presiding. William E.: Bigham Jr. of man College. Mrs. Alva Smith, Gaines- lowing, R. H. McIntire was'
The devotional was given bye Brooker. cluded in this important'department De-- After-the wedding the cou- "Second Lieutenant ThomasT. ville; a son, A. R. Austin re-elected president of the association -.

principal,T. L. Casey. Mrs. The bride-elect will'graduate fense activities are the of Civil than ple will reside in Clinton, Long Jr., 05 311 026, Infantry Lochloosa, and several grand- ; George Huggins,

heppard asked for all of the: from Bradford County High more Miss.,' where both will attend is awarded the Army 'children. He was a half- vice president; George H.!
mmittee chairmen to give' School in June and is nowa 350 clubsin the state. Mississippi College. Commendation Medal for per- uncle of Austin Winkler 'and Pierce, secretary; and Bill,

air reports for the year. Mrs; part time employee of Gen- An award was also givento formance of meritorius serv- Edward Half of Starke. Epps treasurer. :,

heppard then expressed her: eral Supply & Equipment Co. Mrs. Scholl in the litera- Mrs. W. H. .Johns, !ice during. the Deriod 4 April I RESTAURANT
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ture Division of the Fine Arts
ratitude and appreciation toe of Brooker. 1961 to 1 May 1962. lAs-

PTA members and especially; Mr. Green, son of Mr. and Department. Her winning en- A Recent Bride, sistant S4, 1st Infantry Bri- Sunday Special - $1.35 J
Gift Certificate
which placed second, wasa
try
the executive board for Mrs. A. L. Green Jr..of Brooker Honored At BrunchMrs. gade, he displayed outstanding Call in for
children's story titled
air loyal support throughe is a graduate of BHS and leadership ability, professional Southern Fried Chicken
I "There's Two of Them" basedon competence, devotion to for Mother's Day
is employed by the SeaboardAir ,
year. amusing tale of the W. H. Graham, :Mrs. 'I yours now Calf's Liver, Saute Onions
Mrs S, G. Denmark, County Line Railroad Co. activities an of sevenyearoldtwins Junius} Smith, and Mrs. H. A. duty, and administrative skill; ''m rn is for the many Fried Filet Fish Steak
in
the performance of his du
ouncil PTA president, installed The wedding will be an i
who their Bishop Jr; entertained at a Country Fried Steak
e following officers for the event of late July, in the accompany .brunch Saturday morning,i ties."His I I lvi joys you'll give
parents on an automobile trip I IApril conscientious efforts '. VEGETABLES CHOCE OF TWO
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Brooker Church. :
ew year: president, Mrs. J. T. Baptist I to California. 21, from 10 to 12 o'clock i her with a permanent -
revatt Jr.: vice-president, I foresightedness and perserverance Whipped Potatoes Garden Peas
I the Miss Gift Certificate
Mrs. Scholl has been an active honoring former : wave -
frs. Maxie Carter Jr.; secrecy i resulted in an outstanding : Cole Slaw. Buttered Corn
St. Edwards ., member of the local club Harriet Powell and her fiance, from Salo .,
achievement withih.his our
Mrs.. R. S. Mullins;. and t.Parishers ,. ; DESSERT
easurer,,:i rrs. Fred Graudon. 'Asked: ', for a number of years as Pres- W H.' Johns, whose wedding sphere of. responsibility..:'I SPECIAL! : Lemon Sauce Jello
I ident, Vice President Program was an event of that after- interest Old Fashioned Bread. Pudding, ,
The 'out-gojng resident fc : Through his personal' '
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pre- .
ehjed Mrs.; .,:PrevattVith,, the i To. Donate ,:" .:. I' Chairman, and is currently noon. included I creative ,skill,. initiative,. dec COLD WAVE Whipped CreamBEVERAGE .
... serving on the finance com- The 35 guests I : ,4q
resident's,pin.: Then Mrs.. Pre:" .. ication to,duty, and ability-.to- $. ? po :
a.tt, presented Mrs. Sheppard All'members of'Stf! ,EA ard's mittee. She is Civil Defense members .of the wedding party get along'well with-people, he LU I.. Coffee Or Hot or Cold TeaChef's
: the immediate families and i III
he past president's pin. ParISh'are.asked,to, either\turn Director for Bradford Counts contributed ,materially: to ''the
utof-town.guests.;;; I. I with fashion styling
'At the conclusion of theeVthig in donations,or r remaining.books and last year was named successful ,accomplishment. of il
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The Easter motif was attractively . $1.50
.a.-gift' was presented- on the 'tablecloth.. The table Woman of the Year by the ,I the allimportant mission of !! Glamo-Ree, Stylist i II III Special -
in the
carried out
-lrr.,Casey, who has resigneds cloth'' 'as, first prize, will be BPW Club. I I the S4 Section of the 1st. Infantry -.. Broiled Sirloin Strip Steak
decorations with nests of artificial I' 353 N.'Temple Ave. a II
..Mothers'Day.. .
given awajr-era .
principal i
.an appointment asprinipal -,, Second prizes. a hand-crocheted -; Mrs..GenereuxWas I eggs; and grass candies holding placed colored at)i I I "His keen enthuilasmj, integrity -'l :Phone 964-8341 '. Hot Rolls & Butter

of Bra.dord'High School. stolle I ,and', 'I.I 'I.
interest diligence earned
4 Thursday points of 1 in the party Our Hair -Sty1e-of.-the-Month
.. JI. I rooms. A focal point was j ja for him the respect./and '.ad- I ,

Shower HonoreeMrs. pink china rabbif which r. !" .

held a dainty arrangement of ..,.. ..I. -
Robert Genereux was pink roses.. The individual i .
honored at' a delightful stork dining, tables were covered I'', _

shower Thursday evening of with, white linen cloths and ], I : T-: .
last week at the Episcopal! Par- were centered with nests of,'I! n
ish House given by :Mrs. Har- Easter eggs and a bunny.

old Godwin, Mrs. James Rowe, 'The hostesses presented the

Mrs. Lemuel Williams, Mrs. honored couple with serving

George Simpson and Miss pieces of .their chosen china i! L L"Your

Jackie The party Colley.room was attrac- occasion.pattern as' a memento of theI i iI I I INC. .

tive for the occasion with sev- j
Friendly Store"
1 : l eral arrangements of artificial Stephens-Dugger I
IWIJ5i flowers in pastel colors. The

1 refreshment table was covered Marriage Is Told .5 .
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with an Imported pink linen \j ::

i IjPORTABLE mm nM3Q2 I cloth, and centered with $ silver Mr. and :Mrs. Lawrence E.I J:1
punch bowl surrounded by Dugger of the State.Farm announce -
fern. Silver trays and compotes -the marriage of their

i held dainty cakes, nuts daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to.I. $

and mints. Johnny Cecil Stephens, son of I g11 FAMOUS DAN RIVER .

Appropriate games were :Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stephens WHITE MUSLIN
TV played during the evening and of Starke. The wedding DAN: RIVER j

prizes awarded to the winners. took place April 20 in Geor
The many lovely gifts were I

displayed in a baby pen which gia.The bride is a 1961 graduateof I SHEETS PILLOW CASES

19" Daylight was centered by a tall stork BHS, and is employed t by

holding a baby doll in a diap. Bell Telephone Co. in Jack- I
flue "
square 1'he World's Best
sonville. I Ea'ch FOAMED LATEX
picture er.The 30 guests attendingthis The groom .is also a graduate Regardless of Price"WHITE 39'c' : ;

delightful affair includedthe of BHS class of 1960,': MUSLIN
honoree's mother Mrs. and is attending St. Johns i -
DOUBLE BOTTOMFITTED PILLOWS S
0 Full power* Robert Green. River Junior College in Palat-! .
ka. : :S'::" I .

transformer ?' Alpha Delta Kappa ran Cotton cover with rust-proof

chassisBuiltin Installs Officers Altar Society I $ y R U C S zipper. '

To Meet, Tuesday
Ii
The Alpha Gamma Chapterof .IiI.T-: Will not crumble or disinter.

.e I Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority st:, Edward's Altar Society 81 x 99 OR LUSTROUS LASTING grate
t a I installed officers for the will meet Tuesday night May
72 99
.anaBCI. I x TWIN BOTTOM '
o : coming year Tuesday afternoon 8_ at 8 'o'clock in the Parish. LINT-FREE VISCOSE Non Allergenic
fold-awe following a brief business Hall.Al1 members are urged to F D'
Y i FULLY ROLLER COATED o Washable Resilient

handle I i i Mrs.meeting.Ernestine :McRae. vice- attend. I i $15'.9' '. NON SKID BACKS OUR REGULAR $3.98 EACH
$
i president, presided over the $169 1
<*, Recent, Births :i MATCHING COLORS AND ,
I business session in the absence I!
.
I SMoke Gre.n t lof Mrs. Ernestine Register, Mr. and Mrs. Herkie Johnson -: DESIGNS IN ALL SIZES :

'F: aiKfAnttquaWhite i president. Nine members were "()f, Jacksonville announce: 27x48 .
!'present at the meeting to see: the birth of a son, Leonard

Finish 1 lil t,. the following officers installed yon: Apr. 26 at St. Luke's Regular $2.98 $187

: Hospital. ,Maternal grandparents TUFTED BATH SETS
I Miss Madge Middleton
are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd .
I president; Mrs. Lucille Payne, 30x60
of Starke.
Crosby
I I vice-president; Mrs. Ernestine -. Long Lasting *Machine Washable Regular $3.98 FOR

i McRae, recording 'secretary; Bradford County Hospital an- $287

I Mrs. Essie L. Crosby, corresponding nounces the following births: Reg. $1.98 .
secretary Mrs. Bernice $$133 4'x6'Regular
; Mr. and Mrs Marvin D. El- '

Hopkins sergeant-at- der, Keystone Heights, a: son '
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arms: Mrs. Martha Pellum. Tod Wayne, Apr. 25. $487 $ 00

I ch&.pla1n.Mrs. Ruth Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Peeler, ,

i keeper of archives; Mrs. Laurie Starke, a son, Stephen Devoe,
i Mullins. treasurer, and Mrs. Apr. 30. FASHIONABLE POMPONETifB-

''I Willie Mae Denton installing Mr, and Mrs. Shirley Franklin ALL VISCOSE ,

-" :, t:: : I \ \ I I officer.' 'Johnson, Starke, 'a 'son,, BED SPREADS ON ALLERGIC ,: '
i : ;- James Franklin Apr. 30.
t, Tuba oth! jgljustas: good as'General Electric'j i Senior CitizensTo t Mr and Mrs. Phillip Parsons, CLOSELY TUFTED

..,., '"' 0 I t Keystone Heights, a son, Thomas Charge or Cash
Meet Tuesday Dwight Apr. 30. QUICK: DRYING '

I Mr. and Mrs. James Akridgc ,, *
$
; 1ULLINGTONAPPLISNCES II The Senior Citizens will Keystone Heights, a son, :May 1 p ,ir IN h :: .,, Only

hold their second meeting ofMay ': FOR. DOUBLE BED OR .
the year Tuesday night. THE RIGHT,POINT for Twwaj '
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j ; t 8, 'at 7:30 at"the Lions Club. yea write Csot ta ud TWIN BED SIZES No Lay.A-Ways

All people 50 years of age i elect year favorite ESTE&- REGULAR $3.98 _
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\ ... ; .. were; and for him to come, : ,- 1.-:': ';"\.tH"" '' ''f'" itt" NOTICE 'TO DEFEXD once each week for four con-' ;notice. '. .hldBiin oftdemand ,
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,.'. ff' ) .... ..,. '''':''I' ", "" home quickly and to fix tJ1f' A COrfT..B'6U :?! ,- "' ; fORD COL'XTY'LORIDA: IN i KORD COUNTY "TELEGRAPH i state the. uliT \I- ,residence
... : .: .C-J, :. ,, <:: pipers to take things over,,: ? CHAXCKRTHE.XR1ETTA. I Dated this' IS day April l' ;" and post of'Jl Address of the i
.. ,.,..o, : d i. .xPU '" .. !if 1 : : ; HAlL REDMOND 1982. : oj|>u b Born t
; j1I'{' : .. j Just his Dad had from .
:::! 'L. % ; ; \ as done k Plaintiff, CHAP.LES'A.'DARi1Y, dahtllnt.-an*41I agent. Olnu "'
f : hit'father 30 yearstagov My Z ". Clerk of the Circuit ,CQ'\ rt i fir \\ become
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; ,ongressman :Matthews Deserves; '! t.w- :: flop'has 'been: a llcerised 6m- : QU1NX Defendant REDMOND 'Deputy By ;Marian Clerk.JU: Crostr., .f, ',,\prH." eeofdiu;. 1;!! 2 to: I law #

?; .". I -'. ..,. }. ...S3 ." balmer for 49 ;years, and a NOTICE TP APPEAR. ,4-19 4-t 5-10. T. rdlrD. la' (H f
kkdn To: Quinn Redmond,. ]vhose'reIdenee' I E1 'f: tats ot :
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degree
: : 1'f'0 n t er Thm : : QY and address! is: Cn-l IN COUNTY JUDGE'S.. COL'RT'I! 1 O)Ia.Yr4erki d r cefledfirst 1'.
have had 'word known. April t
yet we no IN AND FOR :BRADFORD:! puUlleati.nTtomas \n.
I Ij You are hereby notified thata I2. 'tt'-;: : : I
In :u. 1a k-lustre, (aff-ear'election! to doubt that he would-but when anj j' from' California... f .i snit for divorce has J peen filed COL'NTY.fn re:' Estate! FIXmiDA.H 1 f' ..i, 8iAttorneys ',",;
H there has been the ,As the above poem says, i iI against :you in the shove named U1.)1.. PERKINS dec.NOTI'F At Law
little' the
fire '
far to
in
; so incumbent is rendering service Court and cause and yon are required .OS-0 North Ten.ple.Ave. :
1 l" imafeih&tlbn or.stir th'.invest .of vot-. office he holds with ,no overriding"reaf I' life.is fleeting, ,swif tly passing these I I ti .to serve a copy of yodrl) AH. creditors TO.nf CRRDITORS the estate of(| Starke, Florid' 1 c.t'tt G 5-\0
and for to waste the -''
people I pleading to complaint .
jrswer or ..
era jn Bradford Count For this rea- making a' voters I k' ; the Plaintiff's Attorney 0a! JI. Perkinsd&ee4sed, are) .,-' ..
4f9r : etiange! on
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'Jt sons ; ; precious "years In' drinking I i :. & Green, Starke, he r: by it6tifled'ah soil, there'is. danger that the vote next are inclined'to keep a' good plan where! arid misuse of the precious I If ,Florida Ureen and file the original in Lice any whey. claims. have or: ,demands against .I Iwtieh

; Tuesday':tnight be lighter; than is warranted =he' is, rather'; than switch to one. who I time, I ;cannot understand. 1 1I I Circuit he office Court of the on or Cleric before: of the the''said estate In may the office of the j, KEEP BILLY MATTHEWSIX I

; by the fact that there are some ,has .yet to He .trie When' we 'should be leaving c,.. r 7 21 day of May,' 19&3"; otherwise> county, Florida fudge in ot Bedford the courthouse County -,i CONGRESS t

ifiiportant. :offices to* ,be filled., I As the Pa t1Dailv' flews come I footprints of work worthwhile the plaint allegations will be taken of as said confessed Com-:. at Starke. Plo'rtddwithin the .!!ix'' i'
''hi the sands time. God calendar tftonths from; date'of lH Pol. Afc.} f
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On \the county level, there are two mented in a recent editorial: "For five Ly: you the. first Qublicattoif'of this, ,
ommi8gion. posts and one School Board terms Congressman :Matthews has taV-!. and bless' help you all you who young read peopleto this y't ,fi5 This notice shall be published I:;,. ,., -. ," "',f'. "H" "' ..... I I

placed i to be. :decided. Although these eh the big and little projects ,of his realize only a clean and U rd

races' have' brought ,out little thus'far district i in stride, devoting no less timeto useful life' is after all the k

i ftf the war of issues, the- .fact remains those little problems that answer' main reason for' living. The >r z "A

,- that filling I these three; 'l laces'- : fclorie the heed of 'a omrnunit '; 'or even 'oiiej'family I passing, over into the heaven working gal

w tiuld Warrant every' '9jualified'vottyr! as )he',would"to1,.such huge projects" :-i. that Jesus has prepared then 2 T f'V :

.*- Wriihfc.iit' .at the polls, even if' there as the Gross':state t canal A resu win be so' wonderful and. needs 01.

*{ : ''vwerenothing else on the 'tieftef.Thi me' of his. 'legislative' accomplishments,"i -worthwhile. God. help us. k d. ,

.: :,ballot is somewhat:short i in the and aid on local 'projects. does..not !iIi-' We, f'are having hot winds i tr aiffier
\ here to
..t'fi t'a &" catlgory t with, ,two nlace* on elude the thousands of individual relqbests ( 200 f strawberry' managed plants set get out my,' 1K 1fl1 eir: ttis FOR HER AYr

Ihe:: A triad ..and, ,Public Utilities Com: he has honored, from helping I)land: planted my potato eyes Rotarians At Prison i
f t:1
e / t ( +1
sS dw a :
will 4ietttii&
Russjori 'being the "only ones to befill; d. the distressed'family of servicemati lettuce all
tj} f' ai,' onions and I WIll ..UJ '
.$; ;Little i interest. )js usually shown in con- from his area'to assisting'a'high school I'I ttie early vegetables.' Strange Members, of the Starke Rotary Club are pictured at the ...::;:::IIIl !: .t. {:jlfts t,:no" .t Keep Giving
'tests for thlsboard} it is student with his'theme oh worked in the sun and I .. .
although an W .
gov'erhmeity .
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entrance t o the Jiexy State Prison, where they met last week d.i,.. --.. :.i ( I .
*?Tfcxtreraely: important one to the eeo-; and the American Wayi : t'.h itl. I. was happy and felt i' for a luncheon and tour of the prison's farming operation.I) 110 autp --- q :[ '

"4? ftomi< ']life! rof the state and deservestnor'e'attention "No l label can be pinned to Congressman around. Then I tried to gotso dig', Members expressed surprise at the growth of the prbon in all'' t6f.riewitteI/1; / : : AUTOMATIC DISHWASHERSHAfR
and ;
1' flowers
: 1 my .
** than it' Matthews .. itPS .
: gets. except perhaps the star phases, including i its agriculture and livestock departments.
weak' I had to give
up. SojJ
.+.... In bth' 4''Congressional" category, 9f independent thought. As a man i n o-''I t cacli of out there say "a q'"f"- DRYER: I'

T 'S&iatdr i .:George. 'Sni thers has oppbsi- ted for his near-perfect attendance J..1 t prayer for you Don ana: me, pleasei|j L- I 41adi *

r t tioh,' but!':' }'s. flat' :generally considered whenever.. Congress is voting, his votes 5 I know.God will take care of ,LcJt RADIO *- HIFI

r fcb. be in!
the U. S. Senate. His opponents are not i constituents as whole;: rather; than i much wanted to see Florida I) 9 ,..,.. : 1a TEL&VISION 4 *
*, widely known=-at least in this part of ,catering t to the will\ of factionalism,,J;again,' I my Clay- Hill School, SAVINGS ..reenfae fa.....-wells :..,.J.UAJ<< 1
the. state : and would have to parties politics administra1- my. children, who' now have' .,. Mprrtl '
-- score a power ) or -' ...-.-..-. .. .d._.... WATCH .. CAMERA"- JEWELRY
little boys and girls in school : DG ...
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;* near-miracie tp unseal Senator Sraath2 tive pressures 'I aOiIIt. ,
2 Only, 16; fleeting years; how 1f r. tdrr J .IVBliLLINGTOH'S '
ers, whose, Jrestige'has'inci-eased great "But' above all, Congressman Matthews t-., swiftly and happily they have: + SE warWr,,, .== ELECTRIC CAN OPENER

!'j ly in .recent" 'because of,his".close is a gentleman, man of courage- ,, passed,.,since I left Clay Hill. ; ':M 1.-0 w_. JIUIS tIIPe..... \, ( .

relationship'i and 'friendship with President honor and,, integrity.. He typifies the .OLIVE ,CABBAGE SLAW. : Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH

Kennedy! ,in addition to. his valuable great thought behind the nation's constitution ''. 4 cups shredded cabbage;' Va STUDIO
service to Florida in the U. S. and democratic process; that: cups: sliced stuffed olives; '1 ," ')
: Senate' men of good will, of sound mind and}. tomato peeled ,,and cut up. 1:1: i L & :GIFT SHOP .:. .

f Another '.Cohgresaional. race is that servants of God. ,shall. -lead. the, .. freedomloving |I tablespoon chopped onion.' ::1:1I flesi e. e.a&I 1 I ._ .
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,of'itieumbent Representative, Billy Matthews : people of the United States."I Mix with mayonnaise, 'salt, : '" '

\ "who is "being challenged by Dr. Although several new counties have, sugat'cream,* ana' some vine- .

John A. ]Varcello| of Lake City,, The been added to the Eighth District (and,:, gar. Stir wind up and blows serve.The today.. It'I:

political rally here this Friday night .several others taken away) this should l is drying' up things. We need :
will give Bradford Countiahs 'their impose n6 ,i MOTHER'S DAY
great handicap to (Congressman -.1 a good rain. Easter was nice.
: first opportunity, to see and .hear. these Matthews in his bid for re-elec J I I managed to get to early' Sunday May: S '
two:menf.anpeacin i together., tion. Constituents in the new counties' sunrise .service at the Lutheran ,
The decision" as to, who :to vote for Clay, St. Johns, and' Flaglr'--'are close d I I Church just across the 311Trj

in this race "vtill 'not be difficult for ,enough to qd} 't6 bet fltaiiliar with SMat-,street. We took' Communion lID
most Bntdfdrd citizens. We feel that thews'''' record' ana ; the"'''Constructive, at home. I pray so much. ,

Congressman, 'Matthews, has done a'goodand things he,has'acconiplisHed'''for'his'dis-1 these days. Almost constanti Tj .
f'to JJl
conscientious job of representing trict in :the' P asE.-''iToters inthe three i i Tell me not in mournful V !-. r, 9K
his district in 'Congress and 'we. have "new" counties: :imd&iibtldly" join numbers : ?

heard,little if any fault.:found with the with those iii -the Wne1'' ;" ld'*Bountiesto Life is but an empty dream. IV'V sly ,
way he has conducted himself and the reward Repres'entStive" 'Matthews So the poem. "Psalm of Selection 4

affairs of his office. Dr. Marcello mightdo with another ,term irirCongress;"off"May Life" reads. For me -life has Special

the same-and we have, no reason 8.. V 0. \.-... .... '. :4I't; "II.,! been real it has been earnest,
., .. have Ladies Summer ,'
? ,\ I taught school was a ,
,beauty, operator, played the

It's f of, .the' Birds, !. r ......, ..... ,.... >> ,I _. _- '.' piano churcheswherever",or". organ in!"happen many '
i 'Y T + '. ,' 'G, rf',, &Shoes
ed to be. I was a WAC in VV V ,
It atoms vel'1'time-m n i is able birds 'ro _
on the wing has not fully been J World War II, and now ,a }Zt ,
to,. progress further: in life through established. 'But one thing is certain licensed funeral
scientjffc',mean, '.nature usually cbunteri The! 'birds' are :.arriving 'w"vea"ter: num.. say this' for' the benefit of e

it.in,some, .'compensating way. ,bers and doing greater damag. the people who hare read this : CasualsValues 7 _

And growing' / strawberries. '. is no exception Too,the plastic J serves as a wonderful for the first time. 36'inch Range Featuring the New Low-Temp wtt
,. My Love, and God bless ..' ,.
dining, room table for the berry Oven. Can not be matched by the "Flameless"Ranges.
,
In; recent years experimental re- eaters from above .and shotguns 'are I you every. one.'. to 5.00

seavch'.'found' that the use of plastic more prevalent than ever this, year, i in MOTHER LURAn !
mulch'l increased After cooking your meal, this amazing oven V'V'i
siderably.: This of strawberry course yields con- an effort to thwart the aviarian orgie, LAND COUNTY FOR JUDQE'S BRADFORD COURT maintains a temperature as low as 140 degrees.
made
,. quite jubilant and more 'prosper-growl Yes: life sometimes is "for 'thebirdstt. IN COUNTY RE: ,Estate FLORIDA ofFRANKLIN I Keeps food hot but does not dry it out. Still. perfect Only! $$199 i HV V'V
i
E. BROWN
oas'. dkealed. when hubby finally.gets home. Jf ; .,

Whether,; or not the plastic reflects ,And. especially now, if you're a l NQTICE FOR FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE" PETITION OF ,: THIS RANGE AT THE FANTASTIC: ,. .... .t.
more clearly in the sky to, berry-eating strawberry grower EXECUTRIX. '
.r..w.-w i TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -

I good, sober honest, fair man, Notice: la hereby given that LOW PRICE OF Ladies Hose
I' 'all his dealings. A man I have filed'my final returns as Reg. .$1.00 Value i9 b. 19
Executrix of. the Estate of
|! loved God and h'y and V .J ,
coil< : Franklin E. Brown deceased: 13995PRICE .\
I decent beaui-ul\ things in I that r have filed my petition for ', "I'p 1
L ; distribution and for final discharge p
t4+tJ 1 is at last laid I<)\\". It I "
and that May 7, 1362, ; ,
me love him ncr, and I Theron I will apply A. Yawn to the'Courity Honorable Judge .GOOD. ,THRU MOTHERS DAY ONLY :;\ ':;/ :# ,: .,.. ,

want to 'devote the rest of my of Bradford Connty Florida, for See the I largest selection of Gas Ranges in the entire Be '
to caring for him and aqd approval for an of order' said of final distribution returns ,I area at your Home of Quality sure to see our complete, selection" .! :'of f .; Gifts :

'Q tl ESS r him-happy; and' for final discharge as Exe- d
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.. -......'- r PONCA. NEBR?== J !had in' ray been head.having I worried terrific cutrix Brown. ;of deceased.the Rhoda will,of April E.Franklin Wiggins 11, 1963.E. I,, SLADE GAS of tarEEUENgPECIALSV e Sure to please a :wonderful. uA'fl; ;4 ,

he wash so weak: 'and Rhoda E.
\fhlii lri"Vm'frdlUt: : on the 'thousands and thousands. aa he walked. went Franklin Executrix- Wiggins'I j I. FREE GIFT WRAPPING>> OUR. SPECIALTY_
flight W-fees*. the. .netting)follow the large rivers, and the alley to the doctor;: 4-3 4tp 5-3 ,I ?
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moments of life,. and how we are along the mighty # ; he. took my blood pressure '. ... '
should make the most of every The river here does not h was'220. He gave mr -

moment. the water that, it! did when. 'and I'told him about Don[ ; .
The wild 'geese ire flying l in came here >6 years ago. so weak. So he said.send :
long ragged lines.. is a large dam up th.3 tiger! '"over. T'came' horns and WORK CLOTHES JUBILEr i '
The course. of .their_ going of holds the water in jstare. is'a Don s>o he manafl' gel -- !
godly design.. .. changes come. ''I'took }'Tiick: out and w 'I .
!. The. iiotee of. their :honking so '*nc1 went ifi. the '.i:k. 'p, A test at onc .said he had / .
,wild'and forlorn lo' a moment Surday'and He had had a telt in FINAL OUT .
", Is plaintively sounding,. earth-. hi:.i'at the river. ;'Vher: November.and it'was:fine! CLOSE i '
.,,tatd':bcre. '" ,.: felt well, he: just took me-. \ '-no .my good' Don i3 on a ; \ '

But' fast as their winging 'for. a.short(drive' and. qH we, and takes ,pill .. I ...shallat' OX-ALL Buy WORK SHOES ; t : it 'i>, J" ;;

.. through airways .may be happy. Now[ my good just j what he' 'i 3oei, with- ax ) ; ,I. ff
; Their' message', is *coming, In is,.so thin" and'we..k.' It .. ,sugar. ,' so t vas, to keep,'nim ARRIS PAINTS Selection I .. ... .
low '
: aJ as $398.j; :: .. ,. : .
,clear"tom ee. tears to niy eyes'to see The tearve11 up Get _. ,, v. ... \ : .
That lil'e is 'as fleeting:, a* short mighty.:western V roan,:,who sympithy five-hi u'.aa,. at his > : Ene t .," *, \ tt. .' "'.'. .
i ja, 'ajm-oKL. listed iii World War II,. g ,; unless we,, gel'' relief frJm ,, ', i .tWe'Ha
t .
:
; As s\\iftin its' passing aj flight,ho>jie'to take over' his f i work and perhaps get ''to a : 0 4' e A Large 'Selection Of: Steel ITt
I!funeral business and his .5O OFF .
of
i a bird stayeon JU' "he -
Hospital,
td .
: snot
i Dolores Barnum .PhUlJ.pa.i the job' without a : ,1./11II\\/ \. .. Work Shoes From
j long.. I thins: he aced. $8.951Jp.'
since 1919. -
'
ever He
t The geese have all passed,, has .
I I over and are now 'in the firl!ed his father, mother! hroth -I x-rays ha\ he coi'gra so.. . _. ,
-e.
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i north. I was r v out, enoughi,sister, his first:wife, and xSo. *iy t Imrt L' hca.-y # -_ WORK
PRICES
It *. to hear very many: ,passing over j sands of friends and. -I. This week-I have written, to >'TT t ": .' PANTS AT THESE LOW !
| but. the TV said there were) son in California, Don Jr..,1 i ,Special '. -
mates. H Kas beta and still told him thinks : Bargain Tables _
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: THURSDAY- ; MAY s, 19G' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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r! MSJWaJersit: in J4 ,times at .bat .through ;,Palatka Tuesday .night, .how GardenLeads 1 nuance UfiO.) _- i I XQj1.JI.tts} hereby: .notified{ tat J Gainesville.: i (:t
last Friday. He is followedby ever, as third baseman. Gary Description of Property: a suit for divorce, support at1 ,." Property bnd. as foil: on H.bjr torney's fees and Court costs has: C"eJk.! : of the :
Bill} .Jackson with : .409 collected
.a Kouba the Toma-l Elk H, Wby Church St. bt'en"fI1ed against you by BAR"RRA Stark, Florida, i!
average and Chuck Moore at does'onlY':: a double, >CityS 9lt 'pll S by: RI1% & :.E :by Water i t T.:' REAGAN, Plaintiff, the 4th day of .DARBY"T I Iotherwise :
Two'Sanies' .313.: 'II St. ia Oris Town of Starke: in the Circuit Court of Brad- ; the
Maroons rode to victory on ford County Florida, in Chancery -said Complaint
N'iime in w-hioh assessed. '! : W. B.S : :
; Starke scored all Jive\ runs )i the hurling of:Charles Payne., 1' Garden Restaurant handed j : I II I .against .the :Tigers in a big :; Neither side 'could tally until 11 I Williams Jewelry''iis first defeat -I II All of said property being inthe i,i serve pleading copy to the of complaint your Answer on the or 1962. this 1 /
County of Bradford. State |
... Bradford- High ..baseballers,I .#.fourth\ inning outburst, ,including : the fourth when Palakta broke .I of the season. last Thursday I of Florida. I Plaintiff's' attorney S. L, CHARLES A. '. I [
split two games. during the' a ,hit batter, .a walk, ; the ice with two' 'runs and night! :with ? 9-6. win... and their I I' Unless such certificate qertificates 'Vscrnggs7 Post Office Box 197 r
week topping Lake City 5-1 and three; .consecutive: hits. ,, then got five ,in the fourth straight victory without shall he redeemed according -.---"-
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:. but .bowing 7to' Palatka.. i V Jim Moore opened the raly} next two .inni 1gs-:" ,1 defeat. Garden :"also defeated i i!ia I- scribed In. such' certificate property :or i : .. : ; j '. .,.,, ,/''' ;. :. ,. :. : :: \ .,. < ; : '

Junior Kenny Terrell threw. as he was put on by being Starke hurlers Ken Terrell 3tu 1Gu.iil.1"rlier: : : in the I II certificateswill hiehest bidder at lie sold the ''to courthouse the :.:: ; : Best t i Auld have en b 'A : '

a two-hitter at Lake City's I hit, Richard Durban walked ,,. wet'k ., door'bn the fi -!?t Monday $ '. .. ie' 'U' S" e.
!', and. Bill Jackson, ,limited,, ,..... the' I > 1 in Month pf Jane. 1962," which "ff ... ." I'ng' tit
< Tigers on the local diamondlast i I Moore to second be- Williams Jewelry', who ,had : t ,..
moving |. .Maroons to four hits in ttjeir!} j jI .I a is the 4th day of June; 1961.pt ; \ Motbe+ ; : fJjm' :" .
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Frjday while watching' 15 fore Chuck Moore singled ; losing effort. Jackson was_ also -i|! !-0.. record until they. met' .m V if th'. 1 day I I !
batters fan the breeze as he 1 driving- in ibis brother. Jackson : : : !I Garden 'RestrVraTt: defeated t : : V VV >BJoES A. DARBY, 0) -. .
called: out on: a close playa I ; VVV ('h'r1.of Circuit"Court of ,,-, .D"'I'-
went the distance' for the vic followed with another 'home-pate in the third to I[Stallings Truck.Stop during.the)1I Y t'radford County Florida. 'd'".l -. 'Ol'LA..B O U.'r P,: ..

tory. He walked in Lake City'Sonly j. single 'to 'send Durban home I.prevent 'starke from taking I week -to stay in second place.| ; ,a-3;4t 5-24 ': \ : 1 ;
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.tall]. in the second: inn- before Terrell's round-tripper what- would ,have'been a !lead.I In other games during the 4 ;. :. ...notJdon have Portable.:. ; ,; : l.
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i ing. I topped off ,the I1I1: ng. I I I Week JJrooker defeated Natural: Her .:., To: DEI. MA D. REAGAX ] t' to.. 'hefp.with'the+ : ; : : .. : ,
Terrell also aided his own Right fielder Mike Waters 'Gas, 11-6 for their first win t21'F.=-C- whose address .i is Senath. Missouri f : I I dishes: either, !I I.. h:. _, )" .:
j I I Bottom Scooters. i l 6/0' .fT. Reagan i :WWJtLJ! ,. ,r. .ISbwah .
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effort with a three-run homer. was praised by Coach Charles I I and Natural Gas upset Stallings it J "' "X'.<' 'M .

He is currently the Tornadoes Fiancisor' his '.game saving j i I Hand UpsetI !.U-l last Monday night in theirgame I j jtAV .nest t Actress, Academy winner, j iI t I .,'.".; Y i; &.:,,,t...._>...,., ;> .. : ,}\\4-, ., 1.< ., ."n' ..,' ..-.;. '." ..,., .. ......."_. .' .... ._x.,1'".,,.,"... ., '.... Y';.
Loren in "
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i, .top hitter with a tor- seventh inning.catch of what I "" T I.; I JIXo! : I : dishes
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rid ..500 average with 22 hits i i would have been. an extra base To. Untouchables ,,ti ;irtllhigs: L GBJGardenRestaurant :'whjehtplays ,Sunday through' Ij j gets even 1
1 1I Tuesday. .at ..the .Florida -
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blow. Coach Francis I
when out of hot '
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S HOMESjhULDERS praised Richard}; Durban for -The Eottpm Scooters: ,apse'the Williams Jewelry 3 1 1 j .. .- r II Ili tt
INC. playing a good defensive game 'third i .place tTntouchablef I I Stallings 2 3 2'%I I It j.'iBrooker j.. -- I I ry lit u ,! d!
Complete Building .Service 1 and catcher:'Bill -Jackson for 4-0 Monday night to end t r"' 1 3 3 .

Repairs-Alterations '.a good job behind the plate Mtyd Bowling- League' season.! plural.Gas .1.4 3b'. :' Prison. Escapee
PHONE 724-17J1 Bill JNelsonJed the ;Scooter? :
he subbed for the regular
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1Q455 Atlantic ..Blvd.Jack.somllle Marty Starling, who is out 1'.iu! games of 173 and 195forVl84 Golf TourneyOpens ; ,Is 3 Still _Sought .- a, .. VV
FTa. 1 average, while .Frank i
ankle.
'II'',' with It'' was an 'injured'a'"different story in, 'Jarvis ajso hd two. good games Wednesday I I| Local authorities are still\ i 1t'V
looking for
-- for the Scooters with a 171 anda a 24-year-old t
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169. With; the greens in fine '! Negro inmate who escaped ( E GW f m. ,

Buddy Elliott led the :losetF: ,nape and entries growing! Monday afternoon from the

'I with genres of 154" ].56. and 16? Ted Fox local pro at the State Prison at Raiff()rd. _. I Ihrf. I' _

+ k4 1TOx > I for a 158 average. j't.Staike Golf and County Club t. Joe Willie Perkins, servinga iM w,>"iiloiNear ,..t I sal. -\ ,. _,
I ,. woks' !! -five .sentence for,break- _
i Final standings of the league to'another successful. year yosi oiaMIrA1 i
I are: j i-Cancer Fund Tourney, which :ing pnd entering from Hills-

STANDINGS: W L GB j opened ;Wednesday borough County,.simply walkEd -

TIME duster 2Ql's 152 ___i i ,9HI} a's rains ,helped! the :i iII off from ,a squad of pris- ? y $ t Z'Ff1t. _ _ _

: AlejCals! 20 '.16. ,1 greens a great deal Fox said. ',pijersjvork.ins:; turpentine trees o. !I ,. 4

: Untouch16. '20'. :4U! II He looks for some sharp ,play on prisonland!] near the town '12 ::=a 1' ; NO INSTALLATION Just roll to '

Scooters J5 ?PJ%. 5 ;:among this year's participants? pf .Raiforj, west of the Prison. GLIM. t.CeIoo.IY. sink faucet and
on plug{
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L LI Top Four Men's Averages: who'will plat,fi1g under Cal'., Waiden DaWttt.4flclair: .said .-.-. .-.-_ .-. I
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I Harold Davis Alley Cats, 166, laway .handicap::! --systems. Tqesday. that;; P ridns "just ,, --.trw.ut ,
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/ Bill Nelsen, Bottom Scooters,I Last year's winners were \Balked off"'Irom: : one> .pf the dta.rarna'tt Ye+uairw..t.rA !t tI i HOLDS SERVICE FOR 1.0 coifs
Mrs. A. ;. Adkjns of Gainesville I four squads .working in the ;;I r.npiyInittt only about t
164Leonard i ', .IIICO;; tM"L't AIIAIIft !! 4 3. SPAINTUP Noegel, Alley Cats, in the women's division i:,jareji. According to Sinclair: i to finish.
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I 155 with. 95 ana_:! Cwde} -.Terwillegar. I: there were only iwp; .guards :: t I k{

'_ Buddy Elliott, Untouchables' Jr. in the men's with 74. |I! with ,-foursquads{ ,-making. i sl ft 5 PC 222
J I 150 The tourney, which is play- .it impossible' to watch. all the ,
:f Top Four Ladies Averages: !j eo as.a benefit for the Bradford : men at one time.- ." j JI Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH IMZZB

V TIME i! M 7 ; t June Norman, Untouchables,j County! Cancer Fund, will I The guards had split their I 1 $$27095
143.: J last through Sunday evening.I It squads and were in a differ-; i!
.I II NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY
Neoma Nelson, .Bottom Scooters -'I i I I ent area .at the :time Perkins .

UOMary I County Board i iI walked away, No trace has
Jarvis, Bottom Scooters been found of the prisoner 412 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. ONLY $2.45 per wk.

See Us For Quality And Price! I 130Ginny I I *Gets- Qomplaint I i t tI who.Sinclair ;.said-"might have --- .
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Roderinond, Alley Cats; And Compliment simply walked to the road arid} .I
122 I : caughts a ride away from the
On any order of five gallons or more purchased this TOD Four Couples: .prison.:' i
(., Neoma Bill I Complaints and thanks
and Nelson, Bot-
week ,thru Saturday . were pn the agenda of the
tom Scooters, 151 I
I Bradford County Board of Prison. Flower
Mary and Frank Jarvis, Bottom THIS IS A VERY SPECIALANNOUNCEMENT
I I Commissioners in session here,
% CASH Scooters, 135 I Show Draws 600The

1 0 I Marty Rozier and Harold i Wednesday. .- .. .
A letter -from Mrs. Edwards
Davis, Alley Cats, 135 I second annual State
DISCOUNT i of Brooker of
complained
Rachel and Vernon Buff, Un- Prison Flower Show drew an
touchables, 127 I damage being done to proper- attendance of over 600, including -
Games I ty as the result of disc-bar-' and "
High state officials
Custom Colors Our Specialty. : : !
row work being done on highway -
Harold Davis, 210 j I' dignitaries. The three day
Mary Jarvis, 209 right-of-way in an area show, held in the prison Com : "
More Than 2,300 Colors to Select) From.. I where she has had some beau- munity Building closed Saturday -

; tification work in progress. to M. B. Jordan .
according. -
Jaycee Midget '
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Paint Up, Fix Up, Add a Room, New Bath Room 1 :, The letter was turned over vocational. agriculture j

I ,Fixtures: ; ,.: jSipflc: 'Tank,. ,Kitchen ,Sink. Hot Water I Baseball PracticeIs 'to I 1 Futch County for advice.Attorney.. Mack tion teacher Department.in the prison's,-- Educaj,j:
FINANCE
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Heater or whatever your needs may .be, we'll be Under Way 1. Also Wednesday. Hollis : LOCAL ;
I i Knight appeared before the A'.feature-of, the. show. was.
I glad to quote .you on materials and labor. I the "Japanese. Garden" arranged -|
1.. Jaycee .Midget Baseball practice commissioners e x p" res s ing
on the stage of the club
has gotten underway this thanks for the work being
.. "" \IA1\' MONTHLY: PAYMENTS !I week with over 60 boys. signingup I done on Hwy. 301 North to house., _
During' the past two years

NO PAYMENTS FOR 45 DAYS I All to boys play. 10 to 12 years of I I make is more beautiful. same have twenty left prison r rehabilitated and are jnen em- GOESYesNot BI !111! .

:.,.. .' !!Midget age are League eligible and to play should in the beat I Showers Lessen ployed in related work.

> STARKE !' Friday's practice' to sign I Fire Hazard
BUILDERS SUPPLYNext .
r*V i for one of the teams. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
V I The Jaycees sponsor the over-I Scattered showers during FOR TAX DEED
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all program each year. A. Q.i the past week lessened forest A'pTICE-IS see. 194.16 HEREBY P.S.GIVEN only have we changed our name to
To S A L Depot II Smith has been elected as Com-I fire hazard in the county with ,that ooh( A. Torode the holder ]
I of the following certificates' has j
imissioner, of the league. only four fires reported as of filed said certificates lor a' tax
Monday by the Forestry Serv- deed to be issued thereon. The
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ice here. Twenty-two acres issuance, the description of
OPEN' were burned. the property and the namesin SOUTHERN
J PHONE which it was assessed are as
7 DAYS Highland Tower led with follows: I,
i m M pJ/ 969-1093 the heaviest precipitation,with certificate i. .Xo. 44; Year; of Is- I
I a week U 'ee'towers reporting as follows I

WE STOCK A COMPLETE UNE OF' R4CERIES :
6a., m. to 607 East I Highland . 1.90 ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM

10 p. m. 1 I I f BrownleePHONE I New River.. . .50 HOW TO ,KILL IT.

I Santa Fe . -48To IN 3. DAYS Discount Company

date,this year there have '
607 E. BROWNLEE 969.1093 with In- '
I been 127 fires over 991 acres If BtaBt-dryinK not pleased T-4-L, stroll roar; 4Se

Open 7 days a week 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. : as compared with only 65 ,back at any drug store. Watch Watch'
348 acres during the Infected skin dough off.
i fires over Itch
healthy akin replace it.
i same period last year,accord- and burning are cone. :TODAY but at the same time, we are introducing a NEW
: ing to J. C. Prevatt Jr., Coun- at
FRYERS : ty Ranger. ALL ,DRUG_ STORES LOW COST LOAN PLAN. Your loan will not only:
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PORK, !, and health insurance premiums have also BEEN \


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PAGE .SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELMRAPH..:8TARKE.;FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 3, 1963


I told the council some persons, __--.t TTTTTTTTTTTTTT'MAIVILLE, '.'. ._.........'..... ,l.,. I FILING PETItION I approval of said final returns
i f ckTeam 3 DISCHARGE OF and for an order of distribution
) living on the outskirts of the and for final discharge as executrix -
city's corporate limits whichare I IT MAY CON .of the will of General

I not presently clearly defined J'I .. hereby given that I Lee April K rrey.6, 1962.
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V Edged Half Point are not paying city util- .. ByMrsC.B.iNelan: : :. A my final returns as INEZ ANDERSON,
I' < the estate of GenExecutrix
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ity taxes. Given the problemof -u I It : ; I: .wOo.' -. .. t ) deceased: that THOMAS & PIERCE
I I'' determining the town limits,t 41 LkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&L4.4: I my petition for dis Attorneys at Law
t tI for final dis 203-205 North Temple Ave.
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t lax Meet City Surveyor Merrill McMil '
MrsBill': Roberson' and that on May 1th Starke.. Florida .
11lZ7! 10:00.M.. for .-1% 4t 5 3
lan told the council the boun- at
'. I f daughter! \tof,14adlsofl. and Mr. VI1-
',daries could be fQund .best I '6len' i
I I and Mrs.! .Roberson of.
j..Continued from Page 11) : and cheapest by means of an I Live ..Oak:,were guests-,of Mrs. ; Radio Free II For
i aerial He estimated the :
'2*. Forrest 43#, Ribault 26. map. J Dorothy Waters and family. Marklee

penny 11, paxon 10, Bolles I cost of such$50 a which map at he approximately said- 'W. .1.1I Sunday. t 'A' freshman civics class at I ; :

p.>! and Landon 0. and-Mr&S'uJ.. Parrtsh'. .j Bradford'High School participated :' .
"almost negligible" compared -
J The Tornadoes will travelo was to the cost of a ground 1 I 1I I! arid family,' end(Mr.:' :and :.Mrs.. 1! hi:a road block on U. S. ':

o the University of Florida survey. He was instructed to Buddy:Bradshaw: .son:12: ,.:JOi last Saturday to raiserimds !
track in Gainesville tomor- investigate the possibility of I joyed last weekend 1 at their j.j for Radio Free Europe j Starling

\pv IFriday] at. 3 p. m. to obtaining the map. lakeside' cottage.. on'- Kihgsley- and collected $103.67. ceased.'T i

tompete\ in the District meet Edwards told the board Lake. I Students who participated ;,
tn' hopes of qualifying enough I that are getting Mr.: ,and .Mrs. H.enry':Grf-} ; :'In .the:drive are shown above : FOR
some persons .
inen to1 take .their second I away without paying the utility -fri 1 1Anyone I fis and .children ..andMr*,;[and. .ll-rl: Peggy,Shambarger, Linda i

Straight Class A state. title the tax by claiming .that they i Mrs. Bun,:Griffis.:-and,daush- Harris Donna Graven, ,
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following week. ? ter spent asfweekentl atjthe I : 4IIU County Commissioner
live just outside the corporate For'Onions Mickey Dansby, Phyliss I j
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I Coach Hurse predicted Griffis cottage. at Kingsley
boundaries. Lake.'I V Combs, Carlton Meng, Steve I : DIST.
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/Tuesday it will take at least of I : 2Countyat.Large(
p0.] points to win the state'titie Mrs. Lynn.Hall of Hampton is justifiably proud Miss LouiseThomas'; of Denmark, Audrey Flakes, ,and 1 1 1I
I these king-size onions grown by her husband in their I ; I
and that his 880 relay Jacksonville enjoyed an ''out
team is the key to the title. Teachers Back kitchen garden. They weigh in at 3, 2/, and 1 3-4 door fish ;fry.with: -Mr.,and : Marklee Starling for County Commissioner

fa said it would. take a 1.32.9or i pounds respectively. Mr. Hall, a retired Seaboard rail Mrs. Lacey Brown'and family! son have.recently moved from Starke (District Two) County At Large
Highway 301 to home
: 1::33 effort on the relay to road man, gardens as a hobby.'"Chicken fertilizer" is Monday, evening.\ : Miss Thomas, a on ,
::win in state competition. One FEA Stand given the credit for the jumbo size of these whoppers.edge has Just returned' avIsit Solomon' Road. born in Bradford County and lived in Brad

:BHS '880 team has already I with 'relatives vin. Waycross, Mrs. G. W. Brown is getting all his life except the two years he was
posted a '1:32.9 earlier in the I as the side of a school LIVES OF MANY 'Ga. along nicely after surgery in i He knows the problems of the County.
is bad." COULD BE ... .- v. f
building something WOMEN ;the 'Fraser Memorial hospital
[Continued From Page U D. B. MrsHenryS :! :
eeacon.City Mrs.
Griffis
; and support will be greatly appreciated.Pd. .
Commenting on the proposed SAVED BY CHECK-UP in! Macclenny Monday. I
will still favor some form, of 25-75 formula for dividing Griffis, and'MrsvBeUe: I Ir I
; ,r Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish ( Pol. Adv.)
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merit plan which will reward funds for the Minimum Foundation How the lives of at least Giddens enjoyed j the'-staging I
Starts 'American could hurch'list, ,and daughter Patty and Bob-
superior teachers; Program, County Superintendent 10,000 women at the:Macedonia; 4 -- -
The report of the resolution Harmon P. Mor- be saved annually, if all women Sunday 'ter9o. by Nolan. were visitors In

committee of FEA stated that gan said. Bradford could have would include a "Pap" Others: enj6arhgr'| .the( 'sing-' :Jacksonville last Friday.

Safety ProgramContinued "continuing contract status .is saved eight to nine thousand Smear cancer detection examination .hig..'at:the\MacedonJa'/Church! ; : .

recognition of superior service dollars last year. This countynow in their ,annual on Sunday':. ::afternoon were ... ij

and should entitle all personnel pays approximately $99- health checkup, is revealed In Mr. 'and. Mrs.'.:Bob McClung.
[ from Page 1] !,O designated to such :benefitsas 000 yearly to 'the MFP Morgan the lead story .in the May Issue and family#= :(Mrv' : -and 'Mrs. FOR ALL

insurance. Prior to this year may accrue." A teaeher.can states. of Good :Housekeeping .Henry Cart9. "Mr: .'and; Mrs.net.WeUhausri 20 Words or less, one time -_-____ .95 Memorials, Resolutions _______ 5c per word

the'city has' been on an "as- be placed on continuing con- He also saia steps must be Magazine, and family 'f If not paid in advance -________-,-__ l.Ofl Cards of Thanks, up to 58 words _____ %.50

tEigned risk" basis because of tract after completing successfully taken to stabilize the counties' The announcement was ,. Doss; :Higginbotham.' : 'Mrs OF'YQUqBUILDING Keyed or Blind Ads ________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______.... .'__"__ 5c per word

.it.$ high experience rating. three consecutive teaching -,I percentage of the MFP or the I made yesterday by L. H. .Ed Wilkinson,!.;. .arid. ;. drs. 'Cecil Each additional word over 20 ________ 05 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per Inch
) in the only other action terms in the same county. cost could eventually become Peterson, Executive Vice Presi- Williams.1 ::

'Tuesday night Clerk Edwards Under the present merit pay prohibitive. He explained that dent of the Society's Florida .i' .' and MrsJ;Oscar,Wilkta- I I HOUSE WORK "BREAK" FOR RENT 2 bedroom ADULT EDUCATION COURSES .

plan teachers must score 600 or each county's share is based on Division. He said that the article .... 4 hours a day spent outside the house. unfurnished. 640V.. I EVENINGS. MONDAY
'KEEP above the National Teachers home can be Gardner St. Guy Andrews
BILLY MATTHEWS on its tax paying ability formula provides an excellent sum- very stimulating, : THROUGH THURSBAY. AU
j IN CONGRESS Examination and be evalu- multiplied times the total prop mary of the progress we have hope," he.said.. '"that other. NEEDSCALL you profitable to and fun. We'll train Phone 964-6811. tfchg !i. High School subjects- Business

[Pd. Pol. Adv.] ated by their principal as beingin erty evaluation of all the counties made in 'conquering uterine wOi 1en's',,clubs'.and:; organizations .. I Cosmetics.represent "selfselling"Avon Write Mrs. YOUR OLD WATCH will !i Spanish.Courses.Mechanical Conversational Drawing

> the top 30 per cent of the. in the state. He said if Dade, cancer and points out what wtt, establish: Conquer i' Donna Burns. Box 448. Gaines- make the down payment on a':' Testing services. White stud-
-. teachers in their county to County goes through with its women can do to help make Uterine Cancer, programs as' ville. Give directions to your beautiful new Bulova ac i ents: contact L. H. Gibson.
qualify for a $400 pay increase. proposed property re-evalua- this type of cancer virtually projects of 'their' ':own':and in home and phone number. .I Dahmers Discount House.tfchg USO Bldg. Office. Negro students
TSURPRISE Also speaking at the conven- lives of' 4-26 2t; 5-13 I : contact Prof. Eddie
so doing help save
100 curable.Mr.
tion the state's total evaluation per cent .i.iBEAUTIFUI" Thompkins. RJE School.
tion National Education Presi- their' members.;..The Florida EmestL Blair FOR High
would be increased considerably, Peterson ,also pointedout own SALE-Used 16 ft deep 21" Admiral' tfchf
dent Ewald Turner told the Division ,of-the American freezer chest type. Dahmer's
thus costing each county more that hundreds of members Table TV. Just take UP pay- I------ ------
Florida teachers that calling ", :he said, Discount House. Itchs -2 acres,
Cancer Society, :
New money. To prevent this, he of the Federation of : Contractor ments. JJahmer's Discount nice location. Worth looking
I some teachers competent has says, the counties' percentageof Women's Clubs here in'Florida "will cooperate. with local Gainesville Fla. HAVE OPENING for 1 House. Itchg into, STROUT REALTY. U.
the connotation of calling all women's in s tt1ngu ; $87.50 per week man. Age 25
the MFP must be stabilizedat groups I S. 301 South. phone Waldo
Gift Shop others "something less than a lower figure. are participating in the .programs .and. providing;-informative .! I l to 67. We also have open- FOR SALE Georgia Red 4C8-1766. 1 Itchg
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competent." Turner also spoke national "Conquer Uterine : ''film"showings"'arid: FR 22370IT'S i i ing for 2 62.50 per week Sweet potato plants. Now
.' r : ladies. Age 37 to 63. Per- ready. $3 per 1. ))00, you pull KAY "GALAXIE" thin line
Unusual out in favor of federal aid to THE RIGHT POINT for the'way' ..
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Imports Cancer Program, "It is our ..literature.r&: ....'- manent. Car necessary. Thisis them of $4 pulled. J. W. electric guitar with case. Extra -
education saying that "nobody write. Come in and I ., t Gaskins. Rt. 2. Box 93. tfchg
you NOT Insurance. For added feature thin
per- new
4, ... J.. .:"r.;' 'to-t. :-'J"<. f) ... ., .
Unique : objects to running his car over select your favorite ESTER-. : :-::-- .. sonal interview in your area. lite neck with adjustable truss
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b. L .
I a slab of concrete in a federallybuilt BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- .. _. -=- I. r 1- : olease write Mr. Camp. 659 ADMIRAL 10 ft. refrigeratorwith rod. with Kay 5 tube. 12 watt
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1- -. -. highway, but the same GRAPH. .. West Peachtree Street. N. E. large freezer at top. Only out out amplifier with twinI
- ". ... ..: Atlanta 8. Georgia. I $l49.5.V.. T. at Dahmer's i I 8" speakers. $10.63 per moDahmer's .
slab of concrete raised on its 4 I .. :-- itoher 5-24 I Discount House. ltchg Discount House.
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: .' I 2tchg 5-3
: 'ILLEGALBusiness I I I FOR SALE-3 bedroom house FOR SALE-Lake Front
: : and % acre in Lawtey. L G. Lots. Santa Fe and Lake I FOR SALE-70 acre farm. 35
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT .' I I Teston, Rt. 1, Box 83-A. Law- Lockloosa. Terms. Guy Andrews acres in pasture. 15 acres in
\ ...' tey.. 6tp 5-31 phone. 964-6811. tfchg, bearing pecan trees. 20 acres
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: ,' 17-28 -1 truck farming land. Frame

j.",. ;. : "I For Person otP in Work Days COLONIAL FLORIST I II house graded: and road barns.3 mi.Located N. E. on of
Any 1 i-gQns t to :Enrage Train RAILROADCOMMUNICATIONS Nights I Only F. TD. Florist hi Starke. Starke. $12,500. Terms can

., i Flowers wired any place. Flow- i be arranged. L. J. Prevatt
'"', '-".' i ers for all occasions locally. I III 626 E. Brownlee St.. Starke or
,
:. '. Are you looking for a lifetime Phone" 964-9252. 2tp 5-10
Phone 964-6291.506 East Nor.a j j
., .-! Job security best of retirement
Under A Fictitious Name Unless
r : II St. ,
.S ''.., <: ::' ;: i alan.insurance above and average medical pay care free? tfchg I II I|I WANTED.EXPERIENCED Apply in WAITRESS person at

I '. Railroad Communications and i FOR SALE- BR frame I.Garden Restaurant. .. .. tfchg
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:* 'station agents positions offer house, tile bath. Lot 150x300 i FREE RENT to lady mall
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or
DISTRICT NORTH i this and more. Openings in on paved road.-Vaughn. Sil- ,' in for
.. family exchange com
: The Name l Is:Registered : this area. and most states. ver Lake. Hiway 21A. $9.500 I panionship. See Stella Rho-
: I
Ji ;: : Must have high school educa-I!I Terms. Rt. 1, Box 104 Keystone den. 4 1-2 miles out on Rai-
TWO STARKE *': )* *:* tion. not color blind. physically Heights. 2tp 5-10:' ford Rd. Rt. 2, Box '12, or
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'" I : :: fit and willing to work days I ohone 964-3031. 2tp 5-4
and train night on live equip- HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT
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a; : : ReadThisFiondahw.: : : .. ment. You can qualify for I -Can be moved on your own HASTINGS MATTRESS\
i these positions in a short, low : lot. Phone 964-1651. J. B.
i-: \ cost training period. If sin- White. Up & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
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cerely interested in railroad
f- .
I.. : :. .,' i ... .. work as a career write stating WANTED Adult male to 710 Lemon St. Falatka
: : ->..<, ," "It shall be unlawful for any ? fl-oI.piow&I. defined'.....,, ta age. address. and phone num, share furnished house. Bedroom Furniture Repaired,
: C .. '; ::: :( <- : .,. ber. BCT P. O. Box 823-M. and kitchen privileges.Call Upholstered & Refinished
engage in business as herein fl e4/traitr: a fictitious name:as herein de Starke Fla. ___ 2tp_5-13 at 923 N. Temple Ave.. I MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
; 1L McGRIFF TRADING MART. I Starke.. after 5 p.m. 2tp 5-3

.(. i fined. without and unless said fictittons! ,naihe:shall be registered.with the Range 130 /:N., New Court Washer.st.-New New Tel-GE i I I FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. Box Innerspringsand Springs

evision. Like new GE Refri- 2 baths. large utility room,
:. clerk of the circuit court of,the county where the principal place ,f Business eerater.: Lots of eood used I separate dining room. Drop Us A Card or Call
screened front porch. Lot 2 PALATKA EA 5-9166
W. Roberts appliances. We will save you I
George Jr.I :. is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk! 'aforesaid an affidavit JD to $100 on your appliances.Big i acres. 1126 West Madison. STARKE 964-5934
Sav1n to vou is our Busi I Phone 964-1001. tfchg MRS. PEGGY SMALLER,

: signed by all interested persons, Mitini under oath the names of ness.ne anv See annliance.MrGriff before buv-Ito PEYTON FLORIST ,, _Starke Agent..
FOR I 119 S. THOMPSON ST. -
,! an those interested in the business enterprise, the extent ef the intwtst FOR RENT Adults only. PHONE 964-4155 I ALL TYPES LISTING NEED.
-. 1, '*' First class first floor apart- I ED AT ONCE. STROUT
NIGHT S64-3891 969-1022
Commissioner !i of each, and the fictitious name:under which 6&U business carried ment. entrance.Two bedrooms.TV-aerial Private -, DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe or Starke.REALTY. P. O. Box Itchg 307.,

County convenient location. No pets. Wire Flowers Anywhere
I on. Said registration may not'be made until the.ptrsea or persons desiring 128 North Church St. 5-10 I. tfchg I Used Refrigerators FOR SALE$29.95 up.

OCALA NATIONAL I Used Televisions $29.95 up.
; to engage in business under a fictitious.name tfefiB.hare advertised hia er FOREST FOR SALE-3 work mules. W. Convenient Terms. Free de-
.
H. Brown. Rt. 2. Box 171. I
livery. Bullington Appliances.
Promises efficient and businesslike CAMPSITES
operation ,
an i their intention said fictitltM Phone 9641865. 3tp 5-17 100 Call St.."
I to register name.at.least Ree a week toe. four 80 x 100 West Starke. Fla.

', of your: County government, employing good I 1 $198 Cash or CURTIS MATHES solid wal- LARGEST DISPLAY of Bulo-
i ((4)) consecutive Weeks in some ftewsfaper. S3 defiaed.by kw:in.the county $20 Down $9 mo. nut 14 tube radio with 20 I va watches for the graduate
.., sound business practices, seeing that the taxpayer's I, .if .' ; watt stereo. Only $249.95. now at Dahmer's Discount
; where said'registration:.is to bs. nudeI,..aad, .fat".! rtsf9tratle& .lid net be Access to Launching $10.00 Down at Dahmer's Discount House. Payments as low at
dollarbrings the greatest return to the Ramp on Oklawaha River. House. Itch $1.00 per week. Stchg 5-24

I accepted by the clerk ofthe,..drcsii: einrt'; citizens of Bradford County I > .-, .;!- -*.- .--,." ,.. -' Box 140, Fort McCoy FIa.8EPI'IC FOR SALE Three bedroom FOR ABUNDANT
.. .." ,'. house. Gas furnace and air HEALTHThe
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; such publication. : :. T :v.4.ly .' trend is to Chiropractic
: Born and raised in Lawtey graduate of Brad- : : .; : : .- TANK cleaning and conditioning. VA financing. Countless thousands have
. \ .:. feed line service. Joe Forsythe, Attractive location in City.
I. ".,. ..." 11. ... : .. .. <. '. ,_. P. O. Box 184 Lake Butler Call 964-1282 for information. : learned that Chiropractic restores -
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: ford High School and graduate of University I .. lL- q. Fla. Phone HY tfchu, health aftr other
64163.4tp 5-31 methods fail so they take the
of Florida with degree in Business Administration ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS short road to health and seethe
FOR RENT-Furnished apart-
SHARPENED. FACTORY Chiropractor first.
ment. Also 3 bedroom house, WAY. SAWS FILED. CALVIN The Bellinger Clinic In
: If engaged in lusiness under redecorated. Close in. Wonderful -
you are any name location for beauty parlor JOHNS; phone 064-1441. Starke is open evenings until

Married to the ,former Nancy Wyllys of Hast- or business. with living tfchg. 8:30.Problem cases given special

quarters-W. H. Nollman.tfchg attention.___ Stchsr_ 5-31_ _

ings and has three children ; other than your own, aihiiotMd this name MORTGAGESMortgages Nice unfurnished FOR RENT 3 bedroomand furnished FOR no RENT 2 -bedroom Kingaley house.Lake

: Member of First Methodist Church of Starke i available to build 2 bath home, on South Wen heated. Available to
Colley Rd. .Across from new
homes remodeling. June 1. Phone 984-420J or

Rotary Club, Junior Chamber of Commerce, properly advertised,andregisterel we will be new LA RUE 100 CORPORATION%or Loans scho phone i. 964-4905.$65 per month.evenings.tfchg See or 964-9741. tfehg'wEDorT I

Starke-Bradford Chamber 400 W. Madison-Phone
County of Commerce
964-8641. WANTED-White lady to do Sell you we help you buy.Good .
tfchg light housekeeping and care selection of new and

gladtogiveyoaalluiesthy'Wonna6on.astowhatyoushoulddo. FOR SALE-3 acres of land for two children 4 days a week. used 8' and 10' wide Mo-

with one 4-bedroom house and : Phone 964-4785. tfchg bjle Homes.
;; : Presently employed with the H. C. Wall Insurance one 2-bedroora. house: 8 hear- I LAKE GENEVA

I Agency and available for service to the ; ine pecan trees. Sell an or FOR RENT 3 room an TRAILER PARK
nart. Terms. 301 [North electric equipted apartment.
.. citizens of Bradford time. ._. : "irn 1st trade to rieht after To single or Christian couple. 1 ml SE of Keystone Hts.
County at
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any I "Rurk'x Grrv".erv.; Contort MaM. Phone 969-1545. tfchg on Route 100
I T. __ T. (! Ttown. 2n 5-10 I. tfchg

:. Would appreciate very much the opportunity I\ BRADFORD cOVITY' FOR SALE frigerators GOOD USED at Ranges urlces you and can re- BE SURE.to see WORLD
BOOK before
Beady mf: concrete concrete aftprd. North Florida Supply. buying any encyclopedia.
to Commissioner S : block piers fence posts, sand 412 E. Call st. tfchFURNISHED M. A. Payne your
., S serve as your County TELEGRAM I : '''; cement.mortar mix.rock.steel JTprese tatye} since 1959.'tfchx.

ovster shell limerock.and roof APARTMENTS: -
Pot Adv.
(Pd.
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lights and water furnished. FOR RENT -2 bedroom
unfurnished -
gravel Phone 964-2521. tfchg
-. . -. Inquire BuQixKton Studio or apartment. ;Phone
1-- '":--:-- -- r Bradford Engineering: Co. 321 West Madison St tfchz I 251-4321. tfchl
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rf _LI- / STAREE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 196? .
r..wBAPTIST

I I : yields already harvested.The .I .I gested last week, it is to- your hood served the other organizations guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Mile CHURCH GRAHAM

,1 TQ liquid; developed WITH YOUR advantage to get the liming deliciouS refresh- Seigler. Mrs: Crews also visited HEILBRONN BAPTIST CHURCH

County RoundupNews through atomic research is needs 'satisfied as early as you ments. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Sunday School 10 a. m.

: manufactured by the Na- COUNTY AGENT can so that your response to Thought for the week: .Crewsf. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning WorshIp 11 a. m.
Churs Company which is licensed fert.ili.ier.will. be at the high- "Enough Christians filled with Morning Worship 11 a. m.
I Mrs. W.. L. Black and Miss Training Union 6:30: p. m.
of Significance in and Around under the Atomic Energy est level during the next growing the love of' God could turn Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m.

Bradford County. Contributions Welcome. Commission.Tests l! jeason. We urge you to the: world rights 'ie n p..1J Anne Black of Tallahasseewere Evening Worship, 8 p. m.i Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8

by experimenters In s3 I'stop by our office pick up guests of Mr. and Mrs. Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, P. .-Rev. C. L. Redding,
Florida and other areas show some sample bags, and let us TTYYTYYTTIWVTYYYTTYYYYSTATE W. L. Murphy over the week- 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe Roop. pastor.
II Nice Showers However, several"other fac- tobacco yield increases of sev- ',tell ,you about soil sampling. end.
tors have contributed to thisyear'stwentyyear
, eral hundred pounds per acre, :.We like to take as many sam FARMBy FIRST CHRISTIAN BAYLESS HIGHWAY
Give CropsA record crop. while cotton corn beans, ples as we can but at the same SCHEDLUE
'' CHURCH CHURCH
: The of 'mulch is CONGREGATIONAL
use plastic time we are glad that the
requests -
melons, and tomatoes and
Assist : School 10 a. m.
Big "growing popularity among other crops show'proportion- are greater than the Mrs E. F. MaytonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HOLINESS CHURCH 537 W. Cal! St., Starke Sunday 11
Morning Worship a. m.
Last Thursday's rains werea Bradford County strawberry ately larger increases, and f ,. time available for taking soil] North 301, 2% miles out of Bob Badgett, Minister Training Union 6 p. m.
When in
used connection '
growers. : samples. One thing to remember -
boon to 'Bradford County ; with.soil fumigation, profits. Hilliard says.. i q Soil Sampling does'not 'Mrs. Betty Jo Spence and town on left of the road. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Evening Service 7 pin. Prayer

I crops. some growers have found their COST-it, PAYS! Mrs. J. L. Johns entertained Young People's Meeting Church Worship, 10:45 a. m. meeting,* Wednesday 7 p.

i Generally crops have been on yields doubled, through con- Work StartedOn with a birthday party honoring Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday Chi Rho 5:30 p. m. Choir m. Choir'practice, Wednesday -

1 the bumper side but growersnow trol of berry rot'and nema- S-231 By G. T. Huggins WV7VTTVVVTVT7VVVTVTV1 Mrs. Oscar Crosby last School Worship, 10, 7 a-m. m.Sunday Everyone Night practice 6:30: p-m. CYF 7 p.m. 8 pjn.
I look for even better todes. Saturday at the Crosby 'homeat p.
MATTHEWS
Near Brooker .1 II.; ., I' cordially Invited to attend-. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. KEEP BILLY
yields. Strawberries in parti- Late frosts in the Carolinas, the State Farm. IN CONGRESSIPd.
Bayless Hiway Rev. Carl Edmondson
pastor.
cular benefited from the rain. retarding growth in tnose Construction work Hwy. BRADFORD COUNTY' FAIR About 25 friends arrived as .65. m. Wednesday. PoL Adv.]
states, have .also placed local on President Bob; Mclntire has I a surprise to Mrs. Crosby andthe
8-231, mile east of Brooker ,
berries: in greater .demand one not authorized'me to make this i .By; !Sirs.-'* A.. .C.*Ellis. honoree: received many -
is progressing five-
a
with resulting favorable market over announcement'since,we are anxious -'&&j,j,&&& J.&j, ,.. nice gifts. SEVENTH DAY
f mile stretch.. Completion, including s.' .. & .jj j j&&j Vote For and Elect
I prices. for-the people in, Bradford .The hostesses served refreshments ADVENTIST CHURCH
WILLIAMSJEWELRY I Still other growers have within four surfacing months.A is. expected County and surrounding areas Mr. and Mrs..R. G. Wernekeand including birthday Sabbath School [Saturday]

found'' their yields multiplied to know that Bradford County daughter of Eustis were 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship 9
further through the use of three-barrel bridge and Fair Association is in action Sunday guests of her parents, cake.Mr 11 a. m. Located between Wilson -I
I Ii culverts have been erected to and Mrs. Bryan Whit-
Ii liquid fertilizers.One the Fair date has been Mr. and Mrs. Roy Souther- Road and Griffis Loop.E. .
provide drainage for the field of and Mrs. '
\ i new set for"October 24. land.Well Campville ., L. Marley, pastor. Phone I '
Luther Billiard,
i REPAIRS I grower road bed. At"the Fair Association meet- .. the "Ole Nut House"on Spencer Crews and childrenof 964-1324. '
near Lawtey found one fertilizer The project 'is under the 'I>
\' WATCHES-DIAMONDS I ing Monday night, Mcintire was our place was torn down Auburndale were' recent
so effective that he secured -
supervision of A. M. Hamiltonof last week.. It had
All Work Guaranteed' re-elected president for the stood for
I the dealership for the the S. M. Wall Construction
A. C. Williams 1962-63 year..Other officers will about a' century and was I
,
I product. Hilliard since has road contractors.Mr. !
] Company :
be announced the something of a landmark of
\ by ,president
142 W. Call St. I sold the fertilizer to several
'. Doner is in charge of. or the secretary.On the Rising community. Some ELECT
Starke, Fla. others, all of whom have reported clearing and grubbing. -The.
"old timers"
l Tuesday afternoon, our expressed sad- "
excellent results.This road will be surfaced with J. A. "R. G.
i j I Agricultural Engineer from the ness at seeing it go, but it had '.'$
:
Is 'on top of 'record I bituminous slag.
i University! of Florida was here become an obstruction in.the Y.
to meet with the Building Com- path of progress. 'a

'f SAVE ? NOW IN Brooker Plant mittee in planning the locationof Arne Hauger, is on leave ,of. ..GRIFFIS !

Extracts 4,000 exhibit buildings on the Fair absence from The Telegraphthis I,
Grounds. week to go" to'the Medi- YOUR
Tons Of Oil The Fair Association officers cal Center in Gainesville for t

.} PROGRESS and directors have been meeting minor surgery.Mr. COUNTYCommissioner
Over 4,000 tons of tung oil i
regularly for several weeksto and Mrs. W. 'C. Con-
were extracted by the Southern : lay out plans for financing '' .
ner and Yvonne, also Mr. and
'j Oil and Chemical Com- the construction of exhibit Mrs. Bishop Thomas and

'ji' pany at Brpoker during the buildings. The next meeting will family of Brooker attendedthe DIST. 4 \ FII LAWSON%
S
past four months. Tung nuts, be Monday night May 14. Di- Fauts family reunion at
i' SOD ST R shipped to Brooker from' rectors were elected at the Juniper Springs Sunday. (Hampton, Graham, ., .

points in Alabama, Georgia, meeting this week and will be Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Theressa) YOUR
and Florida were incjuded in notified of this meeting. We
of Brooker visited her -
parents
W-D "BRANDED" the production.The urge everybody to keep up Mr. and Mrs. Harry County at Large County CommissionerDISTRICT
oil is used by paint
with what is going on in the Lewis I
,Monday
I am a native of Bradford County and live at Graham
manufacturers who producefast interest of our next Bradford
and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Crosby 'I am married, the father of three sons and a veteran of TWO MAY 8
) drying paints var- County Fair.TOBACCO -

i oI nishes. INFORMATION stopped by Sunday to visit foreign service. I am seeking the post of County Commissioner
his parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. Ewell Lawson will be everybody's County Com-
Production for this season, ,A number of our tobacco In order to serve the people, help our County's financial -
1 which ended'early this week growers have reported recent- A. Crosby, on their way back situation and continue to keep Bradford County missioner. He Promises a fair and impartial admin-

is under the direction of ly':that..there ;seems to be a from South Carolina to their a'good place to raise a family. istration of County affairs. Nine years of Municipal

I f M> -eraSMtIq4 Oft RSLL. CUT ROUNDSt.eciks89, Emanuel Kleinman, managerof slight ,pale color in their to- home in Orlando. I am gainfully employed but feel I can give this job my Government experience.;

the company's'plant in bacco. The most probable rea- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Conner full'support. I feel I am qualified. for this post In every respect YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
Brooker. son for' this is the lack of action attended a dedication serviceat I GREATLY APPRECIATED
I in the fertilizer as the result Ocean Way Baptist Churchin I II

of,dry weather. 1 :Jacksonville last Sunday. HE IS YOUR FRIEND
First Redi-Mill Your-support and vote will be sincerely appreciated -
We have,tobacco in the county Our Homecoming dinner II

W-D "BroodaT Shipped Out Of US that is from 6 inches to 30 will be served at 1 p.m. Sun- I (Pd. Pol. Adv.) II IIL I fPd.. Pol., Advi'S -

Goes To Canada inches high. Of course the tall day. Everyone welcome. -

ks.98 er tobacco was ,set. early and The Brotherhood, WMU
Shipment of the first Redi' got off to a, good start while RA, GA and Sunbeam auxiliaries -

]l\Iill, a compartmented i : : automatic -here' was' good moisture in the l held their regular meeting -

farm feed mill, to a foreign soil.We Monday night at 7:30 with
i W-D "Branded" .CHUCKRost country, has been announced have gdseduled our Ex-; 'ftT members present. After ''abusiness

by W. E. Bigham, manager of ension Tobacco Specialist, meeting,.the Broth d

General Supply and Equipment Shelby'Brothers,. to be with us

IB 49.1. Company of Brooker. Thursday, 'May 10, to visit to- .. ,. d.. n ". If
Shipment was to Hamilton! bacco fields in'our county. ..,.... -- -'f.-"- ".-''"" p- -'

Ontario, Canada. Mr.:Brothers has been lots of !
"Branded"
W-D
FRESH GROUND
HERB'SDRIVEINN
The ,which manufactures -
company help to us over the past few AG
Redi-Mill .
and.distributes
in tobacco
years our programand
Is experiencing a rapid growth I. know for a,fact that he
Beft5. 6 $19 recently creating two new de- Is interested in Bradford Coun-

partments. 'ty growing a good crop of to- I
Named as sales manager is >acco. He made lots of friendsin
Sandwiches
Meals -
Ted Bigham who plans to move our county and good friend- .
TIiOTA
a to Brooker in the near future. ship always causes a personto (
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Six: Salesmen are mv repre- have a little more interestin :
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senting the linn in eight: states: that person's agricultural Curb Service. For

North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia -program.

Texas, Kentucky, Kan- STRAWBERRY 'PROGRESS Suwannee Valley J : r CLOSE o1LL OUJJlollabovt
sas and Florida.
Strawberry harvest may be MILK
,Mrs. L. C. Wood will head slowing down, but strawberry 4

the puchasiag; department foi interest for next season is

the company, Mr. Bigham stat gradually picking up speed. Merita Bread S H &__g I S 1{. ,: '
ed. The[ last person, at this writ- .o

ing, to come in and request a Odom's, Meat., .....-..-. h
New Home BuildingFor soil sample for strawberry pro- In PackagesReadyCut ......

duction was our good friend /
Ellery SappsEllery Billy Noegel. He took our soil Steak, S tS/ a V t-1

sampling tube, went to his field ,
Sapp is having a new and brought in a sample so that _
home built for hill west o! Bacon-Eggs,
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he could get the test a few
Lawtey on Hwy. 225. His present "
days early. His land is already
home, across the highway
turned: and will be ready to Bottle Drinks
has been sold to his son;; L. C.'
apply liming material if the -> .- >
Sapp. L. C. Tapley of Jackson- CofclaetrtTY
t test indicates a need. I have In Cases x
,ville is contractor for the new Attractive base includes
SuniandHAMS home. nine, requests now; that have polished< brass accents r. .
come'in during the past week patterned grille cloth that's '
HERB'SDRIVEINN easily cleaned. nulne hard.
for samples on< next year'sstrawberry S wood veneers and hardwood
String' Bean Crop land. We have had,I i solids in Charcoal. Mahogany ..

Starts MovingAt during the past few,years, definite -\, or with Walnut Model-grained 23T17 finishes TV in 6 x'" DOLL ;
response from applying! matching finishes on S1l"tr

Brooker. Market materials where the soil test' TEMPLE AVE. metal slightly higher. ;..;.-.f:w.,' '".y...... .- ., / I .
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indicated the need. As we sug-II I 4tt l'Srr/j7\: ;'.'": '/ ?qN.. S 3 ",,-,1111 rftfifn...}
Bradford County's string
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bean crop is expected to be : IaprMO

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good. .

In the Brooker area buying Re-Elect 0r aawrawr +wbe+sar/

activity started Monday ,with -..._._.. r
the opening of the Brooker obi scree an re tk.

: State Farmers Market accord- DAN W. STARLING .

ing to market manager. M. O. r F


Harrell.Marketing' of squash- was expected To The School Board i d 1 r

lb. to begin also this .

week. '.../ GSIOOM) >+Zi

DIST. ONE (WTEY-C9unty-at-Large) ( )

FIRST CIWSCH PRESBYTERIAN \\I/:: + r If W

These Sunnytond l Horns oe the finest hams any 390 N. Chary St. Membership On The School BoardIs lowest Bifrtm

where. Tender and juicy Government Inspected Sunday-Sunday School 9:45 One Of The Most Important Positions rAf.New firH.13.Ptetort*sad! Bound,fir Ala.

to assure yew of top aooJiry every time. Buy either a.m. Morning Worship 11 aon. In Bradford County Because Frame Grid Tubes,which> era more reliable Mont-I
.frame Grid eonstrwCon, ThJt Ww system bcifl I
whole or tufl holf no center slices hove been re- Youth Fellowship 6 p. m.ThursdayChoir The Welfare Of Our Chil itnifiant new clarity t f ff rfK

moved. Sefve yow fermly the finest haM money con : Practice 8 dren Must Come First. Our Schools 11* Hin -Wlwl TV CJ itl'lP* te8y tSf f&{ 'i'I '
p.m. + I aRSatatoonol c6dros4e_
buy Sunnyland at cSy 49< a paid What a buy.WINN.DIXIE. Friday Junior Choir and Have Become "Big ,Business" And r

creation.3:30: p. m. I Feel That lily Experience Qualifies -. fi .

Me To Help The School Sys-

tem Get Full Value For Every

fM95 Dollar Speak


'o i STORESRights Your Vote And Support Will. Be Appreciated :t Dahmer'sDiscount House

bias FIEST PRIMARY HAr'8, JJaI
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CARD OF'THANKS toward us as we suffer the 1 .. ...._..,.._ .1. .take series of soaking rains''' for a lot of us have been mess- PENTECOSTAL fictitious name of "WESTERN Clerk of the Circuit Court of
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AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE, at Bradford County. Florida.
loss of our loved one-Robert .1 to bring up. the water table. ing aroun with slick tires'for HOLINESS CHURCH 912 West Call Street, in the City CARL I). :MINX
May we, in this way: express Frazier. Anne, Clarence, farmer's D/aiy/ And until we*::jet feme rgood a 'long time, but hot'through 334 W. Brownlee St. of SUrke. Florida intend to reg. MARTHA AXX MINX 5-1
1 ister the said name with theAMBULANCE 4-1! 4t
t our gratitude to each Charlie and Ruth Frazier. I rains, 'it Ts'dangerous start: choice. Sunday School. 10 a. m. "- ..

one who has,- shown._- .kindness, II I Sam 1CG rVdpr- ; 'trash- fires'beeause -the-woods Morning Worship 11 a. m.'hvane'istic -
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: -u 'e--still Tery dry and -in ti "
"Servtte. 1f3'O: T),
I future.. > '' .critical condition. SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF Wednesday PrayerMeet-t "9o-426W
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GLASS That'i Our Business : "'
: A "rf erit "ph'Tands adjoining CHRIST
'We Have It",' j joj J ing,' 7:30: p- ;m. Saturday DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
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1tJfIt'ft[ t# Glass \; Had interesting talk- rith'Mr. a'd:6utttf'LawteV : :)I'MtlK' ooh in iDl
_..: irebreaW' :Youth Service, "1:30'p.'m. 'Funeral Director
-- VISIT "Jumped'f 4nd Jones Registered
; 0 -. .5AliL WRITER i I ..and Mrs.fa E Hess (She's Sunday Bible Classes 10 : 'DeWitt C. ,
r t '.FORJ1\WI !NEEDr .the fonner.Mrs-Maud Wirt- even'tiap-frogged' over "the! 'a.'b .;:'As&mbly, $ rhilP"JWlu} ;. 'rDav&, T. ftiGhee'pastor.: IStarke, Fla.
2AA : l highway; Arid one ouVihtheLaCfosse the Lord's Supper, 11 a. mEvehfnr -- ,
wright, who lives--over -oh RENTAL SERVICES
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; 'SHENS (MSS l 1\ I We SR-16 talked near-Heilbrpnn:about flowers'Springs an'd'Shrubs : .quarter"of a section'mile: so jumped yfnrcah k 6:30..Pm: ;:Assembly. .... ::.."Worship'. .," that:TTOTICE the .und its HEREBY rslgn d. desiring'G VEN I Hospitaf :BeSs,_'Wheel l.- Chairs---- ., ..Crutches. -- -" ,

.(NOT 'ING;) ? tmd;Yr..'Hess 'related -see:that the danger tof woods Wednesday. '-BiWe Classes: tto,edira. .g'e, Irf.' ,.'Siness. .n under,,-.-- ..theStaflfel I
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass C. fires now is'great. 7 30 : -
O !' The May berries are in-now how as a young man down : p. m. .
:f lYe Design ModernStore I and most folks around here south;he*' w nto t in'tHe One of the prettiest flowers fi -

I Just Mail Us Pattern For I prefer!""-4helr strawberries at I. wino and got a root from we've.daisy.j I ever seen It' produces Is the large Gerbera -, $?ARKEBUSINESSOIRCTORY E

f Table Tops. i I IJ this time-of the .year- they an, enormous ..rose bush that .d is -1ike ,blossoms in. two-

1313N.:: 4lh rj 1. Gainesvile"F'a.I'hone( [ ,F1lr4r353) I>claim are 'aniiimberof'fields they are' sweeter. here There, had no #horns.PAW >*: t* .toned pastel shades, and "oneday __ .. ...__ _. _, .. _. _
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you 'can 'iplek"7our own''fruit > .flh.of tlttr mockirtebirds .planting of ihem-in,one bed. AUTOep'iRTS !AUTO, SRVIQE' UfO SERVICE
how 'it reduced 'prices. I yrr.yy' r < I I
Tha inf off *.a -War* They'reworking on the '

'HdweVeri s;. we f* 'b lieve'* that n1tfe 'aeminthkwpek.' Th'e screw-worm problem out ih .'Mol r j i J. B. WrightSEEVICZ} ; .. ,. i-Stai-ke's- ,
I i shake''! .A.1)Dal'f"nttv 'wACafter Texas-and-the problem -thereis Ii I ..
!'thetihw-mulched berries'will i i tNCL1UR rCiti s'Service'Station
''those-oa Wrti veesrtanrt! : Mr:' Mockingbird much more .complicates Parts...Co., Inc. I! '
noWJdutPlater'than STATION
I' Qrnntrltal'hirnself( j as fecMnmittpp than it"was .here? for it de-' t
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shade J/C.'Canlener,Trop.I
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because "the
plastic; ComDleti( Aato 'Seritit 1
I of one to run off hds ion .the Cooperation of Four Local --AR' ', .
I furnished by weeds. fiN 11 I 'Every "Mechanical 'ServiceGeneral
i i : the .intruder. Mexico. ,rubber **'*> e '" ''I
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111T11DI'L'I And sneaking of'birds.. 'AU ethL."wIU'tc. made to prove that slick tractor -; e1 4 e h i ft"P.J"of"y" "*-' 542 Madison. .C' _. 9i19;Z801Dodd's Transmissions
,, .W yeartohae'Some cabbage, saw,an TndigoBtint.ina : 'sill "'p U 'b tter thanluggrtylfe ,L>: one. .P64-OS01, .964:0811
I' ...- .for we are-told .it got, as.higU r. which she described ttlidier'certain'conditions. tee *a W ywr law WUTO REPAIRS Service & I 'Cities'Service Products
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10tents, pound. :"At'thaf TIRES BATTERIES
t. 'tw"bt 0 F. 7 as a one of the most beautiful ."'7fhe! tests 3are biter.'estingbut'they'aie Auto Sales -
:EconomicalCITY rate, a "grower couldSiake'a shP'dpyPr-.seen.and,! ,a ,crested. 'not ''Eatl' 'Garate: 705 N. Temple StarkeI
'new.
j; Dependable
-- Whew '
killing on a good.: cfop. < Rambler & Servtre I
Sales
tfflr't okedsmn'E' : i '
several plantings 1vcaf. hPr.. The I : 'ALL kDfI>S OFftlb i THO-VE S61-9911
; 64.2411 of m cki ibird. -- GENERAL REPAIRING I
PHONE.9ti"' 1301"NI h\ng Ufp."a I :* LREP.4te 1wbBX: I
field
s6rd the
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were 'Ini 'T '' Underside Is I International ''Ufeliafe: I
ORSTARKEGASUTILrnES; DEFT.UTIJE .+ at more than $1,000 "ah acre., Brit' his entire. 'Sfibp ANYWHERE AU'' Work .Guaranteed ['MufflersTifes i
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:yellow: 1 Pbg5te ,969 't964'Ra. AUTO TIRES
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,. Bee.where a meeting of th, a n, TOR, NEW ''OR USED'ThenCome I. .. ,..-... 'tv,\ buit.1 ,Stark. : -' ''FImESTONBBatteiles. 'Accesaorlw I! ? -
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Moved a bunch of lafgi V f: ? :
Ur-S"Stu: commission-- I i.AUTOSERVICEGilbert 528 '8. Walnut'964.g861 I Starke Recap Co.
: SE Water Basins"'willbe"heldon. I petunia plants from beds oYer S ejUsl t r :
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: .'the Suwanriee Basin,'on. at the nurseryto"6ur yard andif ,, --. I 'Bill :'Edwards; Pappy I R ulston, Owner Mfo
'Memor-: looks' -like ''most of them r' JS. BroWnStandard Recapping for Curt A Truck'
J17-at the Foster ;
May ,.:WEtLL.J\IATCH .ANY DEAL ,. 1:
the trarisdrdntlrigIncidentally : '
Will stand I tar ke 46"ri : .
", t "* iar-White Springs'Anothei Oil, Service StatloATLAS ; ONE DAY SEPvVICE
:'one -of -the petunias .
will'beI
i G L.ADVERTISING'RATE: i I on held the'GeorgiafDistrict In Valdosta'Ga. ; th'e 'Bl ck' 'Magic, is the i! UNIVERSITY 'CHEVROlET II j TIRES & -'BATTERIESBudget 1 Service NEW TIRES -AT-SAVINOa
: : 'darkest :colored :floVer we'veB i i BATTERIES
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1962 .J '
Effective 1, : 'Balancirig"
.. May, : : Terms= Road 'Service iWhe .1 : Allgnmehi ti
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kae. pt", flb.. j ; !i-s I Lh'ne fFlower 'Show 'bverthePi1son'Farm ,\" 1 i 'ever seen. I 1'o6r '!Authorized Dealer i Phone 4-7071 i 'Phone 9648881I Ii phofie'964 O t1. w

$1.50-per: Inch, 1st Insertion last.?aeek I t That w s" good rain, we:' .215. ;S". _E._ FIRST. -. .. GAINES\TLLE, .; 407 N. Temple.Stark I 617 N. Temple, Starke SOl Sooth Stlrk*
i wasthej 'best\'yet.ttmd'lhwaa' !had last'..Saturday,,but ,it will l .' -- -- I 4 s=. _...... ,- ... ,-. -: i, *:
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: attended a'reeordbreakirfRcfowd t.
$1.00 'inch'eachsuccessive insertionTHE by' .
per
i of visitors.It'seemi: : !II,
:, likely;.;that. the annual. sh i.
i will become oneof thebigget,; t .. ,_ ,. Ii IiSt.
-100 -
,, l\iINI1\1U1\I'CHARGE\ FOR ANY LEGAL of.its kind( Ain4his4reado: thE !.n 't ... .- ,- y

ADVERTISEMENT,(REGARDLESS OF LENGTH, ; I

I 'VILL BE-$5.00 REAL 10, '. E V r 1 Matthews in i C '

BRADFORD. ;COUNTY TELEGRAPHSOLICITS I I ESTATE t t6ntvi Ieep Billy ngress I !I If


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'Your Uealtdr Is a 'trainee
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THEjSUPT'ORTOF .. Professional expert who I! urn '. '. '. III I
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has access to the world's, I ,ri 1 t r't+t f .*T .. *. '1' :.J .: r III I II

HIS estate largest knowledge storehouse, throughhis of real I J friends-and; l fellow Voters ::: <'> ; III IIII

'Bradford County "Friends 'membership'his local ,. .
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real estate board and the '.
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I Tilifdl/Gll/ r' Dtir till: Copnty- TleWlives And i 'N ttorfAl'l1'ssottationrofrEealEstate I e .. '-I 'wil1. tinu ;tt1r fforts'to promote justi- o. Support of Natural Gas foHFIorida, mak- ,,' II

'Friends'On( '' May 8 '"' '. Boards.* .iLtx i Tied government .projects. I pledge to continue ing possible -$7.4 'million 'plant near ,j

>k to the'Realtor t 't i 'working for local projects, such as "I Brooker i

il?:: BWAWR e ; i.;Who.Emblem displays'-the this ,'I' i,I ..-*;:1.Extension' : and,,moderniiation of Starke 6. Community Facilities imp'r'dv'eme'nts' 'art', I

sjiabol of Starke .
.. : Post-Office ($143,000)) .
it .1. t (, ", \t. r f: \ f; 1'(1 securityVdHonal;! I "
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1 1 2. ,Htll-Burton Funds for Bradford County 7. Authorization $664,729 Federal funds
-1K1$1; Association of .
ti:, s .. ., r< neb, Estate Boards t ,Hospital(.($444,000)) for Highway Projects"

.. 'DIt. /. ttDitr'Air t(C9pNr.: Chicago, YlLliashagton i 3. 'INV ,post'Office, Br: ker- > Sincerely, .' ,

., COUNTY,,ifDE VOTE D. CSPONSORED E' I
."::. **'& >- -1 5V '4. Warehouse and Facilities at : :" '
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'lPd. k;;. .'P" .' Camp Blanding ($185,000)) -... ": \ '. :.. '.ft
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i DR.. (Billy) Matthews n
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1 I( '1.a 1. I Mi A. Futch I 1. A,strong National= Defense and ;the 'fight : 7. Tobacco, 'peanut and feed grain programs;
I Charley E.. Johns 1
communism REA for rural
p. i '4 *' .: F3. against areas
> J\tJ.: Thomas .. "'.
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t v ivr ti>XiSlv/iMlli I/\TtfW TBT/;> UITS excise and 8. Small Business Administration and 'ineEntransportation
taxes
; :, :' 2. Repeal of on telephone
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i 1 'Jamea:'E. SlcEachernt : .H; ( tives for private enterprise

OUR |S.'B.rMcKay: 101- I ." 'or"; "i lIo. 't j i r f ,. j ,
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Ii mnw"l mfltill.t '. C. ed. ."fetfi".1''O'Conner ; ..; yi.. ; ; i3. Increase' of'personal exempti nrforincome.1; ". '9. Lease arid transfer of tobacco acreage allotments

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ltll9ftiItb III 4. Hill-Burton i program for hospitals and nursing
iitOUR-Theres( ; fiam ton, Graham) ) .
'4 f ''CMUrity-atiLarge I ;-- homes .

t I. i. '\ Mf l it ,'"**# d v.lW i. T- ir5a ._; '; ,f' .91 10. Immediate Social Security' benefits to disabled -

!\Yi 1 C !tW ty.l r r. and ?.USt.PI '5. Free collective bargaining for labor 'and and retirement at age 62 for women .
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; t Va1. +A r 's 0 PPORTED J., management;"'minimum wage based on in'C .
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iW 'WIll.'Cp nh < ,:r5 I I- l ... terstate commerce and excluding agriculture "'. ? yi ,: J 1 rt S \I 4t1
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r1i]f'Commi and fishing '.' .11. Special Programs; without Federal controls,

e)". Il.Q"1iMAmR z -.:, : < : f. '; ')f pfo'viidirig eSucafiorial 'opportunities 'for our >

I i :a.- '" t Q'-v. :, 'f. ', ", :1 'A 6. Kerr-Mills rprogram of Medi-Care for older. .- >/ j. I,. youth .

: I My paStifeifdyd sh!,'ws''that have Voted i i 4 ,,.-. -. ..1.. .' citizens ;...-,1J.j.: *? ::;. .} 4* Y. -; ,. ." ", <.... .

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I a Di.'h'' r.lifh1hna- :deiiE' : R dford I this then i is excited betOtrse \ '. i- : 2. Control of our Schoolaand :Hospitals by the 'Federal !. fflff ,
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.tt 'ri1tte uca1ibJl in:Bradford a. He'n&ade a hole in one :', ". ,VDJ1ED! r Government. ,.;" I. ,f,. ,

toilHty, ancl api .a Haxpaye>. b. He hiade a i grand slam '"! Y w t "?'I nd :, ,! i; !t." ". ""-5--\" : ;'-': ... .'


.1I t v4 1 !Jws t Uttt xntJSt kfag)Iotlf'!Wid!'slf loud the for small betweea-meal fry scream" r .' <: :- : L.L. .- .AGAINST 3. 'Billions' in.. appropriations:.' "t for 'unsound DomesticForeign ,' '. ana.. '.;:.1',".;'t"' : :r:_f";' .._. :. "

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-.h1b *... .f l'e.'Wl.b frlvmg.full snack- why not take 'the edge ... .l I ? Programs. >'Ji : .' -.r.I
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r :i I ""w\ *.*;.+:S'* '\ ;v ,Home .'Demonstration Agent 'M..a..I.: ._.... '.""" "'A ,'

II Let's 'Arrange Flowers other'ln'vltamin'CTcitrus' tomatoes q I L"I"

'Can l lyou 'piake 'a pleasing strawberries, 'greens' ]. You' 'Can't ;Strike'Out :On Prices Like 'These :
arrangement of spring ''flow: Young l people should have 0 t -VflTH 45.00 fC&D'ORDERfXrtXES
I ers for: your home? The four 'servings of bread or ft.,,,;.i. MAY. M. 1M2"
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Ha'ni 'ton' Sla3ies 'are learning cereals i 'each' 'daY, .too.I I \J ._ :__: :_u._ ,_.._.,... __" :.." u. '_ .:: _. .. -.' _. ;.::_ :: ._',.' __. '._ _:,:. .:: _....... ;:,_";."_'_' -r"--__h'.. -" ,\\\\'
to use b".osSbms'bn greenery When teenager eats .. -
I | your .VVWVVWWWWVVVWVWVVVVVVVVVVVYVVVVVV _
fdr their 'arrangemerits.'some I I
these foods, daily, he, or she.
"bf fleers'also.'them worked''tyith artificial. 'j i is laying "a 'good 'foundation v.a i GeorgiaGriideA"- _. it .' Fresh \Stewing. .''
; for present and future health rME
I Thursday, in th>)Hampton ; arid ih' ;, piriess: Your '"ever-.Ii, 'A r- : ,
kleinman, I
'
Hall,
City Mrs.Ann additional I !
hungry" eat
j son may .. 1 1
. president of Brooker Garden I 'foods as"'long"as he doesn't
, 'club, helped ,the ladies with I gain 'too much weight. Your' PRICES GOOD, THRU WEEKEND :: I k I
Each
making, 'arrangements. calorie-conscious :daughter I IB
I I QUANTITY t
': one present made a lovely] ""ran [profit by choosing 'foods I r RlCHTS (WHOLE) _
j bouquet that would beautify ; : .5
f she needs :for radiant lth :,i:2 :
.
and add pleasure to her home. and good looks. r :' ... 1 i RESERVED, '
I Those attending. the first "! t i :: : 1
session were: Mrs. ''B. P. _
Booth, Mrs. Martin Mosher,
Mrs>J.-W.'Horne, Mrs..M. M. .
Matchett"Mrs. W. P. Mc 1roy, k '
:
CreeTc
I Mrs. Tom Brown, "Mrs. 'K. B.I i Lyke's Sugai; ( Smoked I

Watterson, Mrs. Law ton I .. tt wE : i' _
J Youngblood, and Miss Dorothy 'SH NK '
I I Ross Our Soil a _.Our Strength I cuT i .
Mrs. Kleinman will be back r
'j hi June for another workshop : Soil Conservation ;,E ,. ,. .LB t
i j on flower arrangements. .
.
\' The group chose to worK l 'N. .E .W .- S AZALEA,.' rM { .' .' r BUTT
r on freezing food next month. By BUI Haaa] : xr 'CUT
i They will meet at 1:30: pjn., I I Meat: FRANKS ,u 4c Ib 45 :
II; May 17, ,at the City Hall. I The soil and water' conservation I I
1, Everyone is 'rdially invited,I farm plan of L. Q.I OLD FASHION '
t to attend. ,Be sure and mark'j\I Johns Jr. of Hampton was re- \
r ''this date on your calendar I vved. He is going Into the 1i L itli Chunk BOLOGNA 1B 39c ; I
'
I! The special interest group chicken business in a big way, tr ''' 3 r N POLETANA" ,- m:9'r: $'''t : : n>: ''':'' iM\.4': ... .-' .l". ".. '-.. ,y, .
is sponsored by the Home I and,feels that with the use of +&tr i-n'::: ;* :::::: : : :> .t '* r ; > '. .
... 1I11 :: 'I.IIIB ., .- ., : ; ... ::'h,/ .. .:
Demonstration Office Miss! poultry manure he will buildup .PIESI6oz i. ::;( : : :: :::" :: :, :\'i. .. i<; ::=.<; .. :'.
"I 59cSlked6
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Doi'othy'Ross, Home 'Demonstration I his ,pastures to :produce .... $ y. .
Agent. Come and better grazing at a low cost. i u mike your request'Tcnown for I' 1,. G. is planning bn puttingin MAYFAIR 'AMERICAN. .
a'program of your'l1oice. a water control system with 25c : ALL STEAKS CUT'FROM' FAMOUS BLUE RIBBON :SEAL'QUALITY BEEF
oz PKG
,. Strawberry Preserves .the assistance of the SoilConservation .
I I Use 'fresh berries some ripe .S rvlce. The '
ASSORTED '
,I { : FLAVORKISI FLAVORS CHUCK .
and some not quite ripe.Wash, plan is to control. the waterin A STEAKS uS9
r drain and cap. To 5 cups bertries -I the low areas which in turn, ::1 ICI ,MiLK ',/ GALLON '49c
t add 3 cups sugar. Place I will 'make more land available -
in a large, heavy Saucepanand Tor pasture. ,FLAVORKIST ASSORTED FLAVORS :
I I cook about 20 minuted or I The Soil Conservation Serv-: :
:111 ST EAKS
I until syrup sheets froatfspodh 4ce tn cooperation with the w i. iCE CREAM ''h .GA ION 59cMU'LLET I LB 79t
J giving the jelly test. fRemtfsfe :U,: !$. Department of Interior ;
:rom heat and remov -'fOl\ni. fFiSh1and Wildlife Service sup-f
Let stand until cool "t1X)1.1 "plied: t bass for the stocking of r a 'ROE'Re( l) Ib. 79c
i' "plump" berries in the,'syrub.:, 'tHe 'fish pond of Willie Red-; CUBE STEAKS n
,. Reheat. 'Pour into clean ''hot''! dish.: 3rP LB 991

!' jars. Seal at once. IDa 'not ''Came upon W. R. Conner !-f 4 y TAN READY FROZEN ;
"'eal with wax. Use a regular f T?! T ;
1 watering his cows. While we ... WHiTIN. 15c :
and IB
I canning jar lid. waited'for'the watering trough = g

I Does Eat Right Your?Teenager 'I, to changes, fill, he we has discussed made in the his New England I Cod a Haddock '.'Flounder READY TO COOK BREADED VEAL .STREAK'* LEAN WHITE


i, .family teenage: Do the eat son right teenagers eat? Does practically in your your::I! conservation pointed squatted out against into program..his a fence'fields.Raleigh post'and, '( fISH 'FILLETS' 'lB 49c SIE'- "I "KS 2sEcs25C! .BACON 3wIOO

everything in sight, while his:, ',remarked. "I've put all my
sister seems to have :less ''interest
,
t cropland into pa'stuTe using -
in food? Pensacola Bahia and White
The kind:: rarid' 1araount of cloer." He is 'putting Clover Golden Rose Plain DUBUQUE
food your children eat can i in, all his pastures. .'"I 'find Self-Rising LIMIT-I WITH $2.50 FOOD-ORDER
influence their pres'etit arifl I that 'the grass and the cows
i I j future health and happiness.'Teenagers do .better with clover ''in ''the
I, 'are' growing rap-, I:pasture," he continued; To BIG 24 OZ
idly": they need eriough'fo Od keep clover in 'your pastures TRIPE 19 t :
and 'the' right :kind of ''food.'I a 'program of rotational'grazing -I CAN ,
This means a full >quart of'i soil testing '''liming and I Ic ,
milk' every1; day, either as:I fertilizing is necessary. After
whoie Iskiml], powdered or looking over the pastures the POLY BAC FROZEN
buttermilk. If your youngstersdon't i'II talk got around 'to cattle ''im- LB BAG i
':\'.'ant that 'much\ '''good, provement. Raleigh''remarked 12-LB
substitutes ,for 'each cup 'of that he had Just got'a different FRENCH FRIES s79c ,
milk lesslhan a quart are one i, herd bull./He'sald, to keep CALIFORNIA CROWN-LIMIT 2
and a half ounces of 'cKeddar' good calves coming you have .' ,
FROZEN SLICED
cheese, 1 and one-fourth cups i to change'your.h rd sire oft-
r of cottage iclreeseOr 1 and,, en. Good pastures show up STOIELY'S TOMATO JUICE 45 OZ 02
1ge ST' :
oile Teenagers=half 4'eups'lee' require'''creatn.more protein in your cows. CAN BERRIES 51K $1'I IARMOUR'S

than adults. A minimumof l EVSSGREEN '.- ;".'''''
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two servings of meat, poul- .
try or fish, plus milk, eggs,r BAPTIST CHURCH, z-5- -
and cheese is necessary to provide -
; Sunday School .10 a.m. -
the required protein eve) 'Preaching, 11 a.m. Training SHORTENING ,UMIM WITH ,$150-FOOD ORDER fI

day. Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching
need at least t it
Teenagers 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting i. -
four servings of fruits or vegetables 'Wednesday7:30' : pm.
( daily. It's important; Wednesday Bible study,.I
of these be rich ir 1 L I' :
that one 7:30: p. m. Jos.. E. Norman.
vitamin A [yellow and greer l''' pastor. .
fruits and vegetables] and an- I

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IN FLORIDA, the.'State Legislature proclaimed that'all,the 1;
t public lands to which the state claimed title through secession SOUTHERN MADE FRESH LEAFY't' 'S
should be restored to market at$1 and $2 an acre, soldiers to :
;l have the right to buy at 1/4 these prices. Throughout the state : GAIT ;'
the event was celebrated with foaming steins of beer.. :or MIftL ESCAROLE ENDIVE HfADI

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/ For then as now'beer was the traditional beverage I' \
of moderation-light, sparkling refreshment 'J
that adds a touch of Southern hospitalityto ,5 Z5 'UCH :
any occasion. Floridians have always enjoyedthe G 6B.ONI9NS, BUNCH J Vr'GR.C1JKES' 5'
good fellowship that goes\tith every glass. ,
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TOD AY;inltscentennialyeartheUnitedStatesBrewers USE.FAB WITH.DURATEX THE ,PROVEN BEAUTYCCARE '
Association still works constantly to as- 'HANDLES ypUR SkIN WITH KID GLOVES 5* OFF
sure'maintenance of high standards of quality FAB DETERGENT PALMOLIVE AP'2 'i u '21* CASHMERE ;BOUQUET2 : *
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served. MATfC
and propriety wherever beer and ale are I :lJ. 40

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i FACE TEN BRADFORD COUNT TELBORAF3 gTASKE,. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY S, 196? llTTTYYYYYTYTYTYYYYYYYY

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discuss organizational aspectsof Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs and TTYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYTTl day night at ,Mrs. Brown's, MAYOR'S COURTThe the peace, sentenced to a finE REVIVAL SERVICES I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

a program for Lawtey.At Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison. were :Mr. and :Mrs C. R. Moore of. $37.50 or to seven days ir l AT NEW CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

I LAWTEY% 'the second meeting held Mr. and Mrs. Connie Clark HAMPTONBy of WiUiston. i last ,two sessions of jail. I 390 N. Church St.

in the school cafeteria Monday attended the Florida Educat-I Miss Joyce :Melton, ,daughter; Starke :Mayor's Court, on April Massline Alston Negro disturbing Revival services will start I H. Walton Grady, Minister

, By Enza Blanchard night the group was narrowed ors Association in 1 1I of Mr. and Mrs. Lonme Melton, 23 and 30, saw 23 cases dis- the peace, guilty=-sentenced : Sunday May 6, at the New! Sunday School, 9:45 ajn.

l ...&&&&&&&..&&..ul4J down to about 15 persons I week. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Mrs D. E. Hill attended the Florida Baptist; posed of by Mayor Randall to 30 days probation. Congregational Methodist Morning Worship, 11 am.

' who 'are 'vitally interested in I Casey were also in attendanceMr. Annual Family Reunion YWA conference' ,jn-TDeland last Chitty. Jimmy Harold Earls, failureto Church on U. S. 301 [north I Il Youth Fellowship, 6:30: pjn.

( Recreation Group getting a recreation program and Mrs. Earl Teston For :Mrs. Hines BirthdayMrs. weekend, as a representative of Samuel Bennett,..Negro, driving have vehicle under control]l and continue each night at Evening Worship 7:30 p.m

Discusses Organization under way, and a study was were visiting relatives in Jacksonville ,Frances Hides whose the Hampton Baptist YW A's:: while license revoked sen- and causing accident, nol t 7:30 through May 13. Thursday, Choir Practice, 8

Two important; meetings of made of the Florida Statutes I Sunday. 75th birthday was ,April 18,! Guests, Sunday. at. .the home 1 tenced to 'a fine of $37.50 or guilty. Rev. H. A. Homer Salter of p. m.

I. citizens interested in' an, organized and the Lawtey Charter to see Friends of Mrs. J. E. Norman was guest of honor at a family -.[of Mr. and' Mrs. George' Williams -' to seven days' in jail. Jacksonville will be the evan-

i recreation program what could be done toward wife of the pastor of reunion and birthday din- were' Mr. and'' Mrs. Don. Ray Lee McNeal, runningred FIRST METHODIST gelist. The public is invitedto BOATDRAIN BAPTIST

I f I for Lawtey young people have permissive legislation for a Evergreen Baptist Church regret ner on Sunday. April 29, ather [Neel and sons of Starke, and light, foeited bond of CHURCH attend. CHURCH

i : ,been held during the.past ten recreation 'program. the fact that she is con- home in Hampton. Mr. and. Mrs. L. A. Wiggins '$12.50. Sunday School, 10 a m.

days- The first meeting on The group will meet with fined in Bradford County Hos- The annual affair brings and, grandson of Jacksonville.. Virgilis Aviles; public intoxication Schedule for week of May LAURA BAPTIST Morning Worship 11 am

'April 23 was attended by about the Lawtey Council at its regular pital in Starke. It is hoped approximately 75 friends and Principal J. C. Hobbs and forfeited bond of 6: CHURCH Training Union 6:30 p. m

I 45 persons who heard James meeting next Monday that she will soon be welL !Mrs. Rebecca Jusick represented -: $27.50. Sunday Church School Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.
relatives each year with some j Sunday School 9:45: aju.
I Bloodworth president of the night and ask for the city's Mr. and Mrs. C. Cole have ; teachers pf Hampton Elementary Earl Dudly, running red 9:45: ajn. Morning Worship Prayer Meeting Wednesday
from Arcadia Jacksonville l lI
present I Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
Bradford County Recreation support of the program. Mayor announced the arrival of a School' at the FEA light, forfeited bond of $12.50. 11 ajn. MYF Snack Supper, I j 7:30: p. m.
Chiefland Orlando Convalescent
I Home service, 3 j
a Committee and Buddy Elliott.'Stark'e C. R. Shuford will be askedto daughter Jeanie Marie on Visitors here Saturday at Earl Dudly driving without 6 pjn. Youth Meetings 6:30:
Trenton 4
Gainesville, High j to p.m. Evening Worship KEEP BILLY MATTHEWS
I recreation director, appoint a five-member recreation Thursday, April 19. Springs Ft. White Tampa convention in: Miami last week. license, forfeitedbond of $27.50. p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30: 7:30: pan. Wednesday night ': IN CONGRESSPd.

board from a list of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise the home' of Rev.' and Mrs. W. Richard Starling, public intoxication p.m. II
Plant City Bell and Newber- Prayer Meeting 7:30 o'clock. [ Pol. Adv.]
"HOWDY'FOLKS! names submitted to .him, by and children spent the week- ry as well as several from |p. McElroy' and family were forfeited bond of MondaY-Circle 2 will meet I F \

the group. end with Mr. Wise's father parts of Bradford County. Mr..and .Mrs,-Roy Phelps and $27.50. In Fellowship Hall 3 p.m. Mrs.

I am proud of the part I have, Regular meetings will be and family in Opp Ala. PTA Program May 11 children' of,High Springs.. Henry Ervin: ; Negro, failure A. F. Sauls and Mrs. Olin Smith Corona and

played in reducing rates on held after the new board is Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mrs.Leslie The PTA-sponsored program lair. arid* ,Mrs- Frank Harden :' to have vehicle. under control White Sr. co-hostesses. Offi- [ Remington I

I your gas, lights, and telephone, named and plans 'made for Phillips and Erie visited featuring a "Tom and his mother.of, Jacksonvillewere and causing accident, fined cial Board meeting 7:30: p.m.
:
several millions of
resulting in financing the program by the Miss Debby Phillips in Jack- guests, Sunday; afternoon $27.50. Tuesday-Wesleyan Service
Thumb Wedding" by
put on
and
dollars in refund checks ,
, lower bills for thousands of cUS- use of county and city funds. sonville Saturday,morning. Mrs. Lily Barnes' first and at;' the'home,' of'4r. 'and :Mrs. Leon Sweat, improper mufflers Guild pledge and installation PORTABLE

I Personals Byron Phillips spent the Ele- K. B. Watterson.Mrs. i 'forfeited bond of $12.50. service at the church, 7:30:
these utilities. second grade of Hampton
served
tomers by : '
the uncle and aunt, ., Mamie Mead returned. Calvin Circle 4 will meet at
John C. Tye has had week with his mentary School, and "Hansel "' Starling, disorderly p.m.
'
IJ. honor of being elected to the Mr. and Mrs. Deryl McClen- and Gretel," a musical play home Sunday' after several conduct by threatening to do home of Mrs. Olin White Jr.
Jf! JERRY weeks' visit in Orlando and harm not with Joe Bakken co-hos TYPEWRITERS
f post of District Deputy Grand don in Lacrosse. by sixth seventh and eighth bodily guilty. Mrs. '
. ::>> :: wlu.iEEP Master of the Masonic Lodge. Pete Schunck of Michiganand grades will be held in the Cocoa )+ir.,:..and"Mrs..' 'E. G.' Little Berry Woods, runningred tess at 8 p.m.Wednesday I

, ____ Edward Skinner of, .Cocoa brought her: forfeited bond Meet-
FIGHTINGFOR Mrs. Willie Dobbs and children his brother school auditorium Friday light of $12.- Prayer
on
d YOU and Mrs. Milo Smith, Schunck of Inglewood were home Sunday and spent the da.y. ing, 7:30: p.m.
-
1 May 11, at 8 p.m. :Mr. and Mrs., Don Pearsonof 50.John e
i i iI Martha and John and their renewing old acquaintanceshere Parents and others interested :Wesley Raimes Jr., Negro Thursday-Registration be- ,

ij brother and, sister-in-law Mr. Sunday. They were resi- attend. of stt Petersburg; :were weekend. public Intoxication, for- gins for District Officers'

j and Mrs. Bobby Mitchell, who dents of Lawtey for some are encouraged Coming to guests here' ;with her parents, feited bend of $27.50. Training School of the / T. : : SOLD ON I
TB Chest X-Ray > 1
Mr. and Mrs M, M.
Matcnett. !
were visiting'' them ,during the years until'1917.Guests The.mobile chest X-ray unit, John Wesley Raimes ;Jr., Negro -I Gainesville District WSCS, ,
TERMS
week spent a day at Silver at a birthday dinner making the rounds of Brad- :Mrs. Ina Knight and son and disorderly conduct by use 9:30: a.m. EASY

Springs. They also visited honoring W. Fred Moore were will Mrs. Shirley Forsyth.were visit- of profane and. indecent language -
this month <<
ford County I
t ti another brother Jimmie Mitchell -I Mrs. C. B. Andrews and chil- Wednesday, ing in Gainesyill<,;Sunday with three ,days in jail. i BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
be in Hampton on
and family in Jackson- I dren of Wildwood Mrs.,Gayle May 9, from 4 to 7 p.m. On Green.the Kirby family' and Leamon Henry Jrench, Negro, public: TVRADIOREP

I Torode and Jeff of Gainesville intoxication guilty-placed on' I
the mobile
Tuesday, May 15,
ville.Mrs. days '
Lula Pickle..of Webster and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Thomas Lum- Mrs. George' 'Williams and 90 probation. I'
unit will be at |
and her, niece visited Mrs. V. Casey and children. Mr. and I' ber Co. mill from 4 to, 5:30 Mrs. Howell Williams drove to James Reginald Minckler,! ; Appliance Radio -- Television
Reddish and Jacksonville Thursday afternoonlast running stop sign, fined $12.50.1'
R. Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Boyer of Tampa All residents of this
Guests of Mr. and :Mrs. F. Miss Rachel Boyer of Jack- p.m. free week.. II' Maxie Balentine, Negro,i ,
have
to a
area are urged ON ALL MAKES
R. Carradine the first of the sonville called at the Moore TB chest X-ray at that time. public intoxication five days; SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained
PINE in
'LEVELBAPTIST jail.
P' week were Mrs. Carradine's home Monday. Cancer Drive Nets $45 j i
CHURCH Dan Alston, Negro, disturbing FASTSERVICE
1 mother, Mrs Pearl Dobbs, of Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Proceeds from the American I
Ocala, and, her son, Lamar Carl Prevatt during the week funds Sunday School,- 10 a. m. the peace not guilty., i I
Cancer Society drive for
Reddish and family, also of were Mr. and Mrs. Norman April totalled $45.42 Morning ,Worship. 11 a. m. Massline Alston, Negro, disorderly -: Experts In Each Dept.

Ocala. Smith of New York Mrs. W. during Youth Training Hour, 8:30: conduct, by use of profane :
for Hampton, turned in to the
Mrs. C. E. Strickland of E. Harvey of Orlando, and Bradford County Unit this p. m. fined $27.50.Edward and indecent. : language,I ByFACTORY FOR QUICK Gay's

Gainesville spent Sunday withMiss Miss Aline Brown of Orlavista. collected in i
Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Frank Dorman and daughter week. $31.82 was the house-to- LAUREL, MISSIONARY Elvis Bryan, TRAINED DEPENDABLESERVICE
Hampton in BAPTIST CHURCH ful speed, forfeited bond unlaw-I
Futch. Sun-
Joyce of Jacksonville spent "
house drive; $6.50 at Hampton 50. TECHNICIANAll
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Geiger,, day with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Lake and $7.10 from can- Rev D. E. Willis. storSunday' : CALL Home
Mrs. A. G. Shands and Mrs. I Jimmy Harold Earls, reck-
Reddish and family. Work
isters located in stores here School 9:45: a. m. less 1 Guaranteed
driving,
Stewart of Green Cove Springswere hitting rear of
Sympathy is extended to during the month. Morning Worship 11 a. m. parked vehicle,, fined $52.50. 964-7511 Ii

visiting Mrs. Mae Wellson Mrs. W. [Betty Ellis in the HD Group Practices Evening Worship 7.pjn. Helen I BULLINGTON'S Appliances

Thursday. loss of her husband who pass- Flower ArrangementsA Wednesday Prayer Meet- DeSue, Negro, dis-
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker orderly conduct by disturbing .
ed away in Walter Reed Hos- workshopwas ing, 7 p. m. i Appliances
arranging
flower
and children of Fernandina Saturday. The family Everyone'binviteci'to: the peace not,guilty., AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
pital the opening meeting, of attendall ,
Beach ,and.Carl Edwards and moved back to their Ulyses Franklin, Negro, disorderly Phone 964-6551
.i has just the home:demonstration group services. Maytag Frigidaire .. Zenith
family of Gainesville visted home here after having resid- Thursday conduct by disturbing!
in Hampton, held on '!
Mrs. Leona Edwards Saturdayand
ed for some time at SelfridgeAir last week, April 26. Miss BEULAH. BAPTIST' CHURCH i GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP! \
Sunday.
Force Base Michigan Dorothy Ross county..home Sunday School ,10.. I
,
Mr. D. & in. VOTE FOR II
Visiting Mrs..A. .
and where Mr. Ellis was stationed.Mrs. 1 I
agent, brought Morning' I
demonstration
Continue/ This Dobbs recently were Mr. and Worship. 11 a. m. I
Progress Ellis's brother and sister-
E. Kleinman of Brookerto Training Union -
Mrs.
RMLECT Mrs. Leslie Dobbs of Gaines- and Mrs. Harold 6:30 p. m. i 1 ,., .
in-law Mr. of KEEP "
demonstrate methods arranging Evening Service 7:30 I
p. m. _
ville and Mr-and Mrs. Zundell "
JERRY W. CARTER and Miss Rosa Lee Carmichaelof Dorsey of'Orlando spent Monday flowers.to the 12 pre'sent. Rev. Luther, A..'McQhee, pas- IJTEHEADFOR : : r "
with her. : FLORIDA GROPlIIGA
,k
Jacksonville. i Both fresh flowers and tor. :. -."r' .. ,
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FlA. & '
RAILROAD Churches I ------
I At The plastic blooms were used:. . -
PUBLIC IITILITIES'COMMISSIONGroep Mr: and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs
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; HAMPTON
Church I .
First Methodist: KEEP
2 of Jacksonville spent Sunday On Thursday May .17, a : -
I School 9:45: am. Morning 0 I CHRISTIAN. CHURCH !
(g laid FollUcil AdvertUeMi) ,with, their respective parents, workshop on home freezing COUNTY
1._ .. ..,.. Worship 11 a.m. Evening will be featured with the I SUNDAY' SERVICES EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIPReElect
._.. f
MYF each i Commissioner
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Services, p.m. I Carl Clarke JtHfiister
meeting to begin at 1:30: pm..( ,
q
: Wednesday 8 pjn. The District in Hampton town hall. The I 10:00'a.. n. Bible School. : DIST. 2 .x i Wilbur
Vote For And I ,
Support Superintendent' Rev. McKinley group decided to meet on the 11:00: 'a,,, 'm- 'Worship and i _
of Gainesville conduct- f! of each month Communion.Polite. NORTH STARKE

t ed the 4th Quarterly Confer-' with third Thursday other projects scheduledfor I Born 1'KING

OTHMA J. (Ossie) NORMAN ; ence at the Church last Thurs-1 future meetings. cal and reared in

day night. Welfare Representative Bradford County >. ( .

First Baptist: SundayS In Hampton Every Month AnnouncementsFOR 0 rJrHe iw ; IV UTIliTIES COMM1SSICU/

FOR hool. 10 ajn. Morning Worship -. : Beginning Thursday last l_ I Stands for Honesty GROUP I

in I 11 a-m. Training Union'''I week a representative of the Sincerity-: ; '
s' 8p.m. COCJlTY : ;
1 7 p.m. Evening Service Florida State Welfare Depart- ''* COIIHlSSIOSEB.1 I Economy ".'R :, ". "o ;"fJ1\m' M. ,.... MI.- .....

,; *f School Board Member ,' Prayer Meeting each ment will be in Hampton one dacy I hereby for: Announce my candi- s:. ;. < : ;;1.'' I .y Ally Co*** TrJI'_
Wednesday 8 p.m.. A Train- County Commissioner, s 0
,, for day each month for local residents District, Two (North Starke) (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
ing Union Study Course to discuss problems and subject to' the May primaries. i
t I! Juniors Intermediates and report changes etc. I am a native of Bradford !
County
: a farmer
N DIST. ONE (Lawtey) Adults was held Monday and taxpayer, cattleman
Scheduled to be in Hamp- and( have the best i I
through Thursday nights conducted interest of, the entire county at i 0
ton the last Thursday, of each heart. 'I stand for.honest,. j SUPPORTS PRESIDENT
by James E. Costello month the representative will cerity and? economy in our aln-I KENNEDY'S MEDICAL' CARE FOR

Oren Dempsey of.Jacksonville, ty government and.. if
Lffelong 1 'resident of Bradford County. Son of the 24 'from
of next be here on May I will put forth my best efforts

late J. S. .(Ruddy) and Carrie Phillips Norman. A and Mrs. Leo Hebert 9 a.m. to 3 pjn. at Hampton for rov:.district. and 'the county- AGED
I Starke. Pastors of the New UNDER SOCIAL SECURITY
farmer and home owner. Has one son in school., Interested ; River Association held their town hall.Personals atIarge.A. B., WHITEHEAD 'I -

in the welfare and education of our youth. I Monthly Council Meeting at FOR COUHTY'COMMISSIONER

Educated in the schools of Bradford County. i the Church Monday night. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Ocala DISTRICT FOUR I (My Opponent Against This Plan)
: last weekend in Hampton
Refreshments were served aft spent I aw a candidate,for County .
Jour Vote & Support Will Be Appreciated with her sister, Mrs. T. F; Commissioner Disrict 4, com I
,: er adjournament. prising Theressa, Hampton and
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(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Rev. and Mrs. I,. T. Howe Brown. Supper guests Satur- Grah&m (county-at-larget I
have Mfved this 'county fair ar Elect
and J jst" to all, and will con .
and children Mr. and Mrs. tinue to-do .to if re-elected to
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'- Craft this office. 0 I am a widow and '
Sandra
I Ralph Wise da not haw any other job to ,

Janet Brown and Bobby Dyal interfere with me in giving full DR. JOHN A.DEMOCRATIC ." '
time
to this Important I
office.
attended the Statewide Con- .
'BE SHINING UP I would like to express: my
....', I vention in Gainesville last Fri- thanks t. each one of you for I ..
voting for
me in the past and
."t day night. I would appreciate in
; your vote
.. i the coming election.
Thank you so much, A4t1iii :

... 'COUNTY JESSIE: R.COMMISSIONERDISTRICT CHA3TAIN.FOR TWO'M. ::*


To the Citizens or, Bradford
County:
'.. f I am a candidate for County .
=
X Commissioner District Two >
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North Starke) in the Democratic b
"i lm..j I I 1 Primary of May $. I was .5
born and reared in Bradford
County, and if you entrust me i
?. C with this-
important office, I i r
pledge to carry out its duties CONGRESSMAN'I
'I with honesty, sincerity and fair.
'. Charley' ness to alL. .
Your vote and active support I
of my candidacy,Will be greatly
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appreciated.
Ge'orgft W. Roberts Jr. ; :9!.
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.: Johnsabout IN PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 8

FOR SCHOOL BOARD : .. .
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: DISTRICT ONE I
A member of the School
this question: Board occupies one of the mast /
t will work for and
important positions in Bradford support: .. -
.l.lf.
.: : t:;.. :t .1 "I finally have a new out- County because the welfare of .' \ .. ..T' --.,;-,
our fChildrea. must first.
I board motor, boat and I Our schools''have become come ."bieI i 1. Work to change Federal Income Tax Exemption from I
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business" and I feel that my ,
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i trailer. I won't take it out!
i experience -, .0 the driveway without in.', the .board get full value for \ per.person- : ,
,. 1-1" 'a Ii every dollar S spent -*
.. '" surance. Does the Charley I wishto. ,express my appreciation 2. Repeal of 10 Per Cent Federal Tax On Travel andf

a. .+..... Itef na'ndn' "Eccaln1f" I E. Johns Agency have a : their support to---ia'the my friends past. Your for '" ;, ,,'

policy that covers theft or vote and, support -in the.May Phone Bill. (My opponent voted against this) .
: t : fe ew favorite word fooIFLORIDA I I primaries::will be appreciated :
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this .
damage of equipment, -D. W. Starling, member .
3. I WILL FIGHT COMMUNISM. .
Board of Public Instruction, '!
plus my liability, for proper-j i I Put. I, Lawtey ...
I Iothers' I' o' .
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ty damage or injury to C ":;_r;
rlI
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I! j < 4. Fairer Farm Prices At The Farm Level. : .

? FOR SCHOOL. BOARD ..,',
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DISTRICT ONE'To I __ ; ,
the V9ter e( Bradford ., "- _. i
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.. Charley E. Johns Iamt.yacandtdatb; : for.' School::1 I .. : : IT'S TIME FOR A : .. .
CHANGE
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Agency Board member District One
f .B'j-fK'( } :A'r s;r' 'R''It t lawtey.; I_believe I am quail.' ,

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times.. Tour vote and support;
One Of 30 Banks Of The Florida National Gro up S Member Federal Deposit Insurant Corp. 131 S. Walnut St. will appreoiated.Sincerely i I (Pd. ,PoL Adv. Authorized by Campaign Treasurer) rII


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA V



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STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 3, 196 ,


Cancer CrusadeIs Flower WorkshopSet TYYYTVYYYYYYTYYTYYTYYi. ler. Charles Gaboardi and TTTTYTTY..TTT.TTTTY P. Herring. keeper for the Keystone

??????????TTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 Carol Hurst spent Saturday at The Cancer Crusade for Heights Sand Co.
Under WayIn For FaithPresbyterian MELROSEBy Daytona Beach. GRANDIN 1962 is in full swing with Mrs. Baby Shower

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Keystone Church Starting last Sunday St.W1111am'a Maria Hutson of Grandin On Monday night of last
Church is having
Mrs. Alice BothhammeriAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Irs. Rebecca BrantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALI serving as chairman for the week, members of the Paran
s. E. McKay, chairman of Mrs., W. H. Davenport of Mission Week at the church. Putnam Hall, Grandin, and Church WMU gave a baby
Mary K. Schaeffer Unit of Jacksonville will conduct A A Mass at 7:30 ajn. and Mission Florahome
the Keystone Heights a area.
shower for Mrs. Alton Stephens -
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& &- &U &&&&&&&&&&&&A&&&&&&&&' American Cancer-Society) and workshop session in Church Sam Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. -Sermon at 7:30 pan. Mrs. Ruby Rasson of Frankfort wife of the pastor, at the
volunteer workers will conductthe Flower Arrangement at Faith The Bess Tyler Circle of the Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman Ky. is vacationing with
To Attend Convention B. E. Kelley and son, and Miss t home of Mrs. T. R. Gornto.
winners were: Low Gross, first Methodist Church will have a had as weekend guests Mrs.
annual fund-raising and Presbyterian Church [High- Sandra McNeil her sister-in-law Mrs. Mar-
Four members of the KHS place Eva 'Hall; second place, spent Sundayat Bake Sale at the New Post Alderman's sister Mrs. Those attending were Mrs.Dora. ,
public education crusade dur- way 21 between Keystone and Rainbow MyrnaW. garet Stuart.Mr. .
Beta Club, Reba Hall, Carol a tie between Hawes Springs.Mr. Thompson, Mrs. Gladys
Pansy and .
ing May. Melrose] at 3:30: pm. Wednes- and Mrs. Davie Boggsof Office May 12. Johnson of New York City and Mrs. Fred Mindler
Campbell Jo Wildt, and Ber- Freida Wyman. Low net Turner. Mrs. Mary Adams,
: The Mable Pearsall and and High
The Keystone Rotary Club day, May 9. All interested East Palatka Springs. of Akron, Ohio were dinner
nice 'Brune are the parents Mrs. Brantley,
will leave Friday first, May Henderson and Charleyene
; and Lions Club are giving a women of the Melrose and of a baby girl April Minnie Birt Circle met at Mrs. We wish to congratulatethe guests of the E. S, Brantley
afternoon born Mrs. Edna Alderman, Mrs.
May 4, for Jack- second, a tie between Vesta
helping hand by sponsoring a Keystone Heights areas are 28 and Carl Hagglund's home on Junior Training Union family Saturday night.
named Amalyn, The
sonville Goodbread, Mrs. Margie
where they will attend Aiken and Erma Rushton.On Lynn
fish fry at 5:30: pan. Friday, invited to attend. maternal greatgrandparentsare Swan, Lake. Class of Paran Church for a Paran Church will have its
the State Beta Club Con- Hubner Mrs Thelma Carnes,
Thursday 26
April the
May 11, at Keystone Beach. Mrs. Davenport has been an Mr. and Mrs. R. M.: Cason. The Methodist Church helda perfect six weeks attendance. Daily Vacation Bible School
vention at the George Washington association held TournamentDay Mrs. Earlene Price, Mrs Susie
a Tickets will be $1 for adults active member of the,Jackson- Mrs.. Florence Jackson and rummage sale at the Post They won the Banner of Ex starting June 13 and continu-
Hotel over the week- for Junior members. WIn- Sibley, and Mrs. Olhe Weaver -
and 75 cents for children under ville Garden Club for several Mrs. Jerry RayburnTand children Office Saturday.The cellence. ing through June 22.
end. These four students had ners were, as follows .
: Boys Women of the Trinity
12.There. years and has been especially visited friends in Mel- John Herring and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gornto -
:the highest number of points Low
nine-hole group: Gross, will be a film showingfor interested in flower arrange- rose Saturday. Episcopal Church held a meet- ters of Gainesville were Sun- spent Saturday visiting with Keystone RestaurantDinners
In the Beta Club. There has Jim
McMurtry Low Net
( been some excitement around Johnny Martin. ; Girls' nine-, both men and women, ments for church worship Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hanks ing at the home of Mrs.' Al- day guests at the home of Mrs. Gornto's daughter Mrs. Lunches Sandwiches
"Life Story" and "Prognosis: services. have returned len, Graham at 10 o'clock Mrs. Hazel Giddins in Palatka.
: after a week's Herring's sister, Mrs.
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the school about just who hole Low
Net, [3waytie Food ServiceTo
group Hope" on May 4 at 8 pan. in Persons who attend the visit in West Palm.Beach at Thursday.Rev. i Callie Rye They returned home by way of Complete
'would be asked to be their"dates" ] Carol I
Stephenson, Nancy Lee Heaton of Trinity Take Out
the Clay Electric auditorium. worshop are asked to bring Green Cove and Middleburg,
a.Leaders,of Liberty National l Mr.
and
for the big Beta Club O'Connor, and : Mrs. Lamar Cloughof
': Faye Logsdon. Dr. Don M. Christoffers will :vases, holders, flowers, paper,, Convention.. They also visited Episcopal Church is starting Douglas where they visited Mr. and Open 7 A. BL-8 PJtt.-
Ball to be held at the George' Low Gross, Faye Logsdon. Ga. and their
for and and pencil. The workshop is instruction class every Sun- Mrs. L. A.
Washington Girls' be present a question Mr.Hanks' brother-in-law and daughter, Miss Iris Lesley Closed Tuesday
Saturday night.W. four-hole Clough of
G. A. 'Tournament'Members group: Low answer and discussion I period being sponsored by the Crafts sister Mr. and Mrs. Johnny day morning at 10 o'clock. Jacksonville Mr. Lattin, who is now liv- Btwn. Standard & Gulf Station
Gross, Julie Walker. Boys'threehole after each film.A : Class. '' Johnson, of Gulf Port. The Mission Board met at 9 recently visited ing in Mrs. Annie Mae Bikes Keystone Heights

Assn.oft the of Keystone Women'sGolfers Thomas Hawes.group: Low Gross, request was made last Mr. and :Mrs. Ricky Bass o'clock Monday. Mrs. Clough's mother, Mrs. J. cottage, is employed as book'

year for a film for women on- and son of Jacksonville visited Melrose Duplicate Bridge
I Heights Country Club qualified Luncheon was served and ly. This will be shown on bers], they are doing very well his grandmother Mrs Effie Winners at Melrose Duplicate -

.' on April 27 for the Bert door prizes awarded. Thirty- Monday, May 7, at 10 a.m..in for themselves, and are certainly Bridge were: First place, For
Cnristoffers Sr. Tournament. two Juniors attended. Bass.Mr. '
r'Match the Clay Electric auditorium.Dr. energetic. and Mrs. D. W. Starling Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs.
play starts Friday and Boy Scout Court of Honor Currently, the Juniors have Mary Cook second place, Mrs.
Sarah Lou Wells will be of Mt. Gilead, N. C. recently ;
continues through May. In Boy Scout Troop 105 of Key- on hand for a discussion per- been working on a scholarshipfund visited her brother and W. H. Davie and Mrs. Marie

the weekly tournament, the stone Heights attended a Courtof iod. All women are urged to for KHS for 1963. They sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i Dent; third place, Mrs. R. P. Clay County School Board

Honor in Gainesville, on attend this life-saving film. i have been helping ,to I main- Ray Birt Vogh and Miss Gladys McGill;

INSURANCEAutoFireCunalty Thursday April, 26. The following Refreshments will be served. tain a cottage of girls at Sun- Mrs. Henry E. Lewis 'jr., fourth place, Mrs. Alice Ket-

: awards were presented: The American Cancer Socie- land Training Center, and and children: of Portmouth, chum and Mrs. Geo Phelps. DISTRICT 1

Danny Hinck, Second Class; ty is financed by donations, have donated a lot of' valuablereference Ohio visited her parents Mr. School NewsStudents
Bends and Allied Line Merit Badges-Thomas Bird, and is the only national voluntary books to the Key- and Mrs. H. C. Segur, recent making the Honor

Reynolds Insurance First Aid, Pioneering, and Cycling agency fighting cancer stone'Heights School Library. Roll for the fifth six,week

; .Timothy Hlclcman,' through research, education,' Keystone Heights Woman's ly.Mr.. and Mrs. William Van period include the following:

Agency First Aid, Firemanship, and and service to the cancer pa- Club Annual Meeting: Atten of Londonderry, Va. AU A's, 7th grade, Diana Min-
W. L. Reynolds Public Speaking; John Reid, tient. The Annual Meeting of the will spend the weekend with ton; '8th'grade, Sara Baldwin

Ph. 2442 = 2761 Photography? and Richard "Since this dread disease Keystone Heights Woman's Gen. and Mrs. R. P. Hors and Jean Lively; 9th grade, : nkV

Keystone Height., Fk. Mooneyham, Camping. becomes more and more per- Club will be held at 2 p.m. Russell Keener of Houston, Carson Johntry; and 11th

The boys were accompaniedby sonal, the Cancer Crusade is Tuesday, May 8, in the Com- Texas is visiting his mother, "grade, Carol Rothhammer; All a' K.

their Scoutmaster, Barry a call to each individual for munity Church educational Mrs. Ernest Howard. A's and B's, 7th grade, Rob- z 1?. :

aid," Chairman McKay said. building. This is the last bus- Mrs. James J. Hearne and McGuire.'Bill Harris, Ken ... '. '

'Keep Experience. on Your School Board! "To cure more, give more!" iness meeting of the current daughter visited her parents, Guthrie and David Brantley: ,( ".,'-,'.
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season. Chairman of all gpm- Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Hook, on 8th grade; John Allen, Pamela i ''i-'i..lf<" 3
DISTRICT THREE AND COUNTYWIDE mittees will give detailed reports her way to Williamsburg, Va. Maston, Steve Morris, and ; < fM. 9.

Wyman V and by their parents. on work accomplished Anne will stay with her Hilda Wise; 9th grade, Martha .
VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT Junior Club Elects during the past month. AU grandparents until her mother Scott, Babs McLaughland,

The Keystone ,Heights Jun- chairmen will .please prepare returns. and Cathy; Webster; 10th Vz' Vk

ior Woman's Club has electedthe written reports. All membersare Rev. and Mrs. Lee Heaton grade Ellen.Scott and Marian

: iE, (Bud) Anthony, Jr. following' officers for next urged to attend to hear spent Wednesday and Thursday Bass- 11th grade, Margaret'I. .K .. r

year: President, Virginia Gar- what is being done in your at Daytona Beach. Slade and Virginia Ford; 12th :

nerFirst Vice President,'Faye organization.On Miss Sharon Henderson', grade:Larry Strawn and Jean- 'tVV

For CONTINUED Progress, Darden; Second Vice, .President May 22, the annual Silver Jacksonville is visiting Mr. and ette Ahrano.

I and CONTINUED Betterment Gloria Murrhee; Record- Tea will be held at the Mrs. W. W. Addison and The Junior-Senior Banquet

ing Secretary, Mr1am'Mngle- home of Mrs. Bert Cnristof daughters.Miss held Friday _
and Prom was
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:I To Your School System '.- dorff; 'Corresponding ,Secretary fers Br. oa East Lakavietf Sharon Henderson of y? V -.
damti a. Gayle Dickert; and,Treasurer Drive Mrs. Allen Graham Jacksonville visited Mr. and (Continued on next Paaa) A I

RETURN A MAN ", Beverly Hanks.: will install the new officersat Mrs. W. W. Addison and KEEP BILLY MATTHEWS .a x II I
Virginia Garner 'and'':Faye this tea, which will be out- daughters, from Thursday un- 2 }
IN CONGRESSPd.
1. With and I
proven ability Darden represented the. club of-doors in,Mrs. Christoffers' 'til Sunday.. [ PoL Adv. :
Tri, -V ,;i dedication! at the ,FFWC Convention;in yard. )Mrs.V M. H. McElveen of
I the week of,April 23. Notice "
Tampa Sumter. 8. C. spent Easter
2. Who knows the needs and i Tn y were there Monday, Due to the Religious Services with her son-in-law and I

,, ,t problems of the School] Tuesday, and Wednesday. being held this week at St. daughter,"'Mr.: and Mrs. Eu- KeystoneBeauty
During that time,the Keystone Williams' Catholic Church, the ;
Sapp.
4 gene ShopRay
Systems! I ,
Juniors took first place in the Duplicate Bridge Club will Col: and Mrs. T. A. Han- 1* ;: fi 'c s s

RlT Jfc" 1H 3. Has been dependable, honest State for Immunization a- meet Friday night, May 4, at cock's garage and car burned & Lois Olsen _
gainst Polio. The Club has the home of Mrs. Bill Davieon Thursday night. "All Forms of Beauty Culture"One -
\% }' and fair to all
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? 100 per cent Immunization.For Lakeview Drive. The fol- Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sticner of Our Specialties

i -Jr.Ja; I a, small club [18 mem- lowing week,' meetings will of Gainesville visited' her Hair Cutting I

Your Vote And'Support.. On May 8 To Re-Elect A. resume reation HallWeURepresented at St.V1111am.s' Rec- mother. Mrs. Effie Bass, recently Pixie. Feather_-Swan Cut Back- [

E. (Bud) Anthpny, Jr. Will Be Deeply Appreciated.Pd. At RallyA Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon Kelley Rr., McKays Realty ;

( PoL Adv.) Political Rally was heldat spent Friday in Palatka. Keystone 2941
Doctors Inlet Saturday eve- Reds I
qG Donald Williams Til ,
ning, and was well attendedby '
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When You Vote On May 8 a. Heights supporters candidates.of the Keystone Candidates PUBLIC- AUCTION- !

from our town whose
FRIDAY MAY 4 SALE STARTS 1:00 P. M.
VOTE FOR names will appear on the Bal- ,

! lot will be: O. J. Murrhee Sr.,
Next To Drive-In Theatre Keystone Heights
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and Anthony Baker both ,
Candidate Best
V rjie Qualified for County Commissioner; Bud Items: Littleford Kettle, Amplifiers, Tools, eta Stoves, Machinery '

Anthony, Bill Beam( and Folding (hairs,1 Gyro-Copter. Garden Implements,

Chuck Newman all for ladders, air conditioners display racks, typewriters, check

LOUIS LHUNTLEY P.A' School Board; and Bee Cooperfor machine Mower-type tans,' outboard,mo tors, gas & dieseL
Democratic Committee-
j2 A-. Trampoline (new) 5 x r. ski' ropes, shop hoist (portable),
there will
M We hear
> woman. Showcase and photo equipment, etc; And many other itemsof
Sat-
be another last rally on
in Green use. THIS IS A GASH. ALE.
urday night, May 5,

i Cove Springs.
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yt i' FOR ELECT in the educational building. T. LUKE GLENNAN M. D1

I r On Wednesday May 9, the ,
CLAY COUNTY
Dr. Robert M. Paterson' I ZMEMBER Sunday School Board con-
, COUNTY COMMISSIONER sisting of officers and teachers UNDERSCORE your interest in the school system of Clay County, and

I BOARD OF PUBLIC will hold its ,regular your concern for the maximum development of the capabilities of our youth

DIST. TWO CLAY COUNTY INSTRUCTION DIST. ,NO. 1 meeting at 7:30 p-m. VOTE' FOR by electing on May 8th, Dr. T. Luke Glennan to the Clay County Board of

CLAY COUNTY I Mrs. Albert C. Holt Mrs. Public Instruction, District 1.

Many of you have known me and my family for. THE CANDIDATE WITH THE William Waltz, Mrs.David John O.l1mble A.. AND ELECTD. s For thirty years this candidate has devoted his life to the service of

years, but for the record: I was born and reared in GREATEST INTEREST IN and Mrs.

the Doctors Inlet area, educated in county schools, SPIOOLS & SCHOOL Nelson win attend the state others.
and graduated from the University of Florida. AFFAIRS meeting of the United Churchwomen 79.- ANTHONY Since 1950 he has been a resident and practicing physician in Clay Coun
in Saratoga May
President of P. ,T. A. 2 Yrs. ty.
I am married, with three children. I have beenin Chairman Combined P.T. As. At the Annual Meeting of 1 Immediately prior to moving here, he served as a School Board Member

business in the county for 12 years and am a Council P. T. A, 'the Church Women held Monday Baker ((12 years) and as Chairman of the Board ((4 years) for the public schoolsin
Mem.County night, April 30, the fol- V
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member of the Clay County Chamber of Commerce i __ Denmark, South Carolina.He .
Member-- day County ,Committee lowing officers were elected to
(its president in 1956). I am a member of, and a
is active Mason Eastern Star Shriner Lion, Clay County High
I to Inprove Our Schools serve for the coming year: an ,
Sunday School teacher in the Doctors Inlet Meth- Four'Children in,Clay County President 'Mrs. Charles Wall- tYOUR School P. T. A. officer, Clay County Development Authority officer, Woodman .

odist Church. I, am veteran (Capt. QM), and an I- Schools enius; First Vice President, of the World, Chamber of Commerce member, and a lifetime active mem-

active member the Florida Nations Guard. !I e Mrs. Frank Bgen; Second Vice COUNTYGOMMiSSlOMER ber and steward of the Methodist Church, and the son of a Methodist

President Mrs.William Waltz; : x.Y
MAKE\ THE FOLLOWING PLEDGE: A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGEOF minister.His.
Schroeder
Secretary, Mrs.H. H. -
COUNTY SCHOOL varied record of participation, over the years, reflects his keen in
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PLAY and Treasurer Mrs. Marshall -
1.. To work untiringly. to bring new,industry to ; Gallop. terest in civic, educational and religious affairs.
SYSTEM GAINED BYSTUDYING
Clay County. } As a reminder' to all: The DISTRICT 4 Such activities have developed within him a respect for, and an ability to

2. To watch your tax dollars and spend them as date for the Vacation Bible Lifelong resident County,, 4. Baptist Veteran work constructively harmoniously with his fellow-man.

carefully as J if they were my own. Curriuchun School has been set for June,: Mason Shriner., Busy, energetic citizens get the. job done and done right the important

3. To put forth my best efforts to make Clay *' Financing'Budget keep 25-29.this Parents in mind are and urged to heir to I I will serve you with all 'the sincerity and levelheaded \ question is not how much time one has but how well one organizes and uses
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the time he does have.
County, a better, more progressive county in Schedules .n make the attendance 100 >pa. reliability of which! t am capable. .
Salary
which'to live. cent! M i We need a man of T. Luke Glennan's caliber and experience on the Clay
Contract Policies County Board of Public Instruction.LET'S '"
News From St. Anne's Your Vote land Support I
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON MAY Teachers and Principals .
Rev. and Mrs. William WOT- VOTE AND PUT HIM THERE MAY 8TH!
. WILL ,B 'DEEPLY APPRECIATED SupervisorsPd.' stall received the many guest!I Will Be Greatly Appreciated

: ., who called during the Open .
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KEYSTONE .Those who assisted the hostess held at Michaels., They returned Mrs. Dennis Szabo and daughter : Montgomery this summer. ,, Political Starke original, Answer Florida, or and Pleadings file the in cityLot Arefiuc Sixty-four in_ t'tysTit(IU bn LAKE m

In pouring were Mrs. Carl at 9:30: p.m., after Denise of Keystone Club Prospective Campers included MELROSE the office of the Clerk of the .' 's9ordms to

HI G HJ.i lij 5 Wistrup, Mrs. Carlton Paul having invited the other: Estates. Mrs. Szabo left for. Carol Warren Cathy Willianis;;*I a..i..&&&&&..&&&.&AIj AnnouncementsFOR Crcuit 21st day Court of May on, or 196 before%. If you the Plat. ttdwit"e'io '"Wcdrd, of-thl U JB I

tiilf. l..A Mrs. Huntley Redfearn Jr., churches In the District to I her home on Tuesti y' bf/this: Julife-Walker, Paid ThAnpion,:; fail to do so, a Decree Pro Con- Bradford Cotnttj f public Te&iYOU ,

& and Miss Barbara Southwell.A hold the Fall meeting in Key- week, having been here for Elaine Lovora Marcia Haber- [From Preceeding Page] fesso will be taken against you .- TtFIEfj n. ,
s. I for the relief demanded in the .REBY
[From.Prieeedli1g Page] most welcome visitor was stone Heights at St. Anne's. 1 about a month. I stroh and Leslie Beam. I IIi Complaint.Done thAi I en fUed against I
the Rt. Kev. E. Hamilton Mrs. Lawrence LaMee and" Mr. and Mr C J. OttfnnSrare ; Eaward K. 'Stiber ofofthwestrnC I!! night, April 27. The Woman'si COUNTY COMMISSION and ordered. at Starke, 3 jya 1\\ft entitled canp i
I Isl
'wisA bt Jh6'feanijue'fc D T. dXYt i.i Florida this 2ith day bf April and .aVeliiireby "e'quir d tt
cd y f
House i charge : >
at the 2,
Vicarage on Sunday West Bishop 6f l di. ; Mrs. Amy McElrath left s 1-r: spending a ;few days in eiei'lic i- :' A.D. 1962" t *$ie 'lipWl Plarfitiffs1_ attorB q I IvpviWe t
April 29. There were Miami Mr. .' }which took place hi j. t Charles A. Darby, nam&'and addresVtt It I
The Ybilhg: Peopfe'wno arg &ay, kifcil &, -oV the Adult' Beach wtiere $ tbcnS'has, 4fcbe fed; a 1 '
t
beautiful fate- cahteria, Aflerthe 1 wish to announce my candidacy tlerk CircuH Court ; your tvwt \
arrangements of EYC met at Session at O'Connor is attending an Air position Biology Dept. Bradford Mi1ti
members of the Conference Camp I "inrthe CountyT FloridaBy 1f"Kt. t3 (bbtlb
for Commissioner I
flowers throisirout the House,' j jjanquet .the Prom was.held JitI County ( ) Marian L. Crosby, l81.tt P1
commantters TJftlTErsity s copy i5.
IS ClmrH at 1:15:: ?.ffl. Sunday Weea. nitreaiill Force Reserve ; j! <5I IHe tfj 1a vfcw
r. District. TwtJ, Clay County.I Clerk. herewith, oh or Before
: the Episcopal Parish house.I Deputy to you
and the refreshments table complete with bag lunches of Mexico near Carrabelle.i Conferenc ry hope to"'isii! j for tii? coming yeah-'firi13.1 I, am 52 years of.age and have I Thomas & Pierce the 4th. day of June, A.D. 196.' I'
The theme-"was isGone With
was especially attractive with to go to Gainesville for They will return on Saturday I with old friends whom they .ers, his wife, and two- small I r; I By George II. Pierce Herein rail,not or a decree pro
1
... lived in Clay County for 35 Attorneys for Plaintiff. will be entered again.iJOB
"..,"__ .._ I The Wind" and the room was : confesso .
"Y May 5.Due. fU1ri t .seeii sincfe moving cIDfdf hfiiJe to siettTe to Key-.., iAt 'j 4-2S 4t 5-17 for the relief prayed in the
is
I I I'' dec & Efe. bld-fasn- years.I j {
from that area ixf years:ago:' stoneHeights.. -He will, commute Complaint.
? '
Mrs. '
Elect 81eNl. F tir4J $ I LaMee ,to the the President aosence 'of bf the I II Mr. and Mrs., Weldon Stout.! .to fofe Uriivefslty. IDs. .Joned ballr om. :Dancers fromJoni's 'I am a member of the Methodist U Tie tlrtutt rbnrt II tkfEtgkth BEIXCi. THE NATVRE for the foreclosure OF SAID SUIT of (I
I Dihte "Stolid\ l indainisvlUe Church, l&asbh, and Judicial CJrcmlt ef
41 c y a ** :5 Epilc pal 'Ch&fchwbmen, the i. 'of Towon. Md. have1' been j Sobers is the mice bf.Mr,:and ., drifted }'Ieritlit'a IB lad: fir Brid- the JU n by of the a certain, mortgage; I I J Jixeeuted
I the g est 6fMr. and 'Mrs.George' Mrs. W. B. Dawson of TwinLab. pterf Eastern Star. "- lortCo&nt,; J : ':
HJel'eou
bat 2./ Vice President, Mrs. Cora tiaSSi'j-'j 'interested in fkiDpfrr1. A 0.13695JOH ian X Cours n "fend r
In
tOtit14'E% eb MLIONft al!, modern jazz, and I am vitally Aufcusb ti.
wife, on
,) Quattlebaum.. presided at the LaRue Ih Keystone!! I I afet M C C. C. the growth and trelfare of D. PATTERSON and son! hi and recorded in the public I
Jstomrlthey MARIE PATTERSON, JI'
tills Chitt Estates. From K I Before concluding this ; County
mletini M Wedifelday df Bradford
tJoUNTY I. H. D.1 I, Hovhnniasanand the county. Plaintiffs, r otd' of
\ I ,
tLAY 'I went tb P rris'Island. 6.-, week's column we feel we Fl/rkla, on September I: mi
week. Mrs Tam Garner was. OS.
i tor.aarffi'toyfiit'tb fch&rge refreshments iftewi C., ,where their'sonwas -completing -j i l sh'dUld ty kmetnmg nice ;!I .T. 5. fieVry prftwited'acombo. :I "earnestly and sincerelyk JILLCOGRSOX and pffU-4alReoords slq, tlh.'umnf Book 22 rtrt1r, at 1
Sidney tiiiWs Mo apfcoihlea .by m of 157 et
F. was page
for .your active support i HAZEL COURSOX,
training.j\j ,
aijr i : Ar tK3se"wlshhig'td propertY-
Maine ? 'I' ethe eetfng his topt .r a6out ,mtiphitieglfrleltfii i the abo'.f llbt\1
DefrJ\4\n\I. lilt
tfeftntf-Mrs? I r tU
Iftfe fcnekpired and vote for me on May-8,'I.! v "tlt'd ana
I f'rst. \%'llutM''C 'Mfs.* Tont Burgess 8.I1d., Carl Dafdttv; ah 'J the'mooIiliiht .AOTICE ol' SriT Wltne yiorid.t.
Ttffrls a1skIng = :, sI I enfoy- a surrey M aid C4\ui't at tarke
TilE ST.\TE'\ '
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B3atvrt\ ftl-Jtistee! of Peace Dist. 1962. lo'LOmb.To: t
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$ I .i& ,y ... daughter of Crystal- lake ;111,! standing. 'ttti&riwh&se by- 0" ? 1. \.J"I.
Disl.'Two. Father 'T'-/\ from New rftfe4 afund'theRb1oektullal tT\ltial1. Courson and Hazel t-riSillBftMa tBY
-RAYMOND TOEW
from app.
)tor'tKeToTinly'tftamission pos't and I I fair We didn'tm"Sah
Save been guests bf Mr? Si-ais play. Courson .
: Smyrna Beach, i "eloquent. ,. J l IJr v", 4" Address unknown Cl rhi ,e'ruft' .CoUJt I
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not i
Ctrnimissionerj ,
is Lake- to lea e'htn but1 6f I .L. Crbs1 ,
Herbert-Nelson-on
Walter ihggfestnt Mrs.: Tur Martan
: i pn4 to -al By:
G.'i'-'i' Speaker, has been holding his parties claiming any
running eti n. this View Drive. Mrs: Nelson and I cbiti1f re. I '-Several: members tf &e M. FOR C'dtXTY .i interest J:>y,. tlvrbugh, under orilr1st I 1t'p uty Clerk. "
arffiience illi und 'ill' C.Pr'e\'attL
I '
sji the *aM Julian A. Cotirtj I Myron
R.i. ittenaedthe Helkbft.
Mrs. Burgess are"former '1.1iss1, rfre i Tomes. df LakeGefieVkllhderWint r- faculty PEA dOtIoEI .lUST. IiU ..1 P O. Box 37 Keystone
:
lUdgewood tJrocery : week' at lhey'Mission he nas4tieeft son.114 Ha"ieLCo.ursdnand illS!
agiralesjke
Sidney f. BUrns I Sth o1inlt Mrs. Burgess'and t emergencyappendectomylast j I meeting in M1 1*" I persons having or claiming to FTdrfdaAttorney '. I
Plaintiffs.
active'in\ 1-lVic fraternal. circles! } tie : fcohducting at' SC William's I. -L&r 6:!' MURRHEE I hneo'any right, title or interest: for .
and Is and : Ch\ircn. Parishonerfc her daughter 'bave"" been in I weekend,1 Tne final meeting: of the J. }jJl the'following 'deserrbei,\rog; t __.. ........ ,.4 2D Q "I.'-,'5"I7w .-_
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is a charter member of the Doctors Inlet Volunteer Sarasota, and :from Keystone Slid fs ettlttg g alphg Just: fine. PTA_ will.ft *be&ii. M nd Y your County Commissioner,,I- i

Fire DeplHnteittrTnembeftJf tub Doctors Inlet.Civic from Starke have and itt Keystone idfug. : will p'roceed to Jacksonvillef6r' I w. f I ihght ..May.,tit in the /schoolaudiiormm. District 4. (Ki gsl y.Lake, Mc- AND -
Heights! Ken THECITIZENS
Club, the i ptist Chvnn; IttBep hdeflt OtHer if Odd II Services all .thiTweefc wni:include another visit -,Wore re- 'Henry a. Hall has been In .kIthI th. .&1SI.n Rae, Belmore and Keystone! "TO* '- '1 r : J' ., t,. .Aite Is- !
tufcninir to'theirhome-in Crystal the Bradford Ccfunty HospitalKt meeting .th memBers.of H el Ks) county-at-large.
Fellows the ark 'JUnioT'Enafttofr of'Com' e COUNTY
Orange each at
morning .
; MasS CLAY
II br 'S 1i1th l -Your siipport and vote fo'rme' VOTERS OF
.
merce, and the Moose LotlJ\ 11 is'Ti lifetofig rtli'-, 7:3d 4.m.and; sermon and Lake.t' a "wee.*:. adldr the Future Homemakers of < T- t* x. V

dent of Clay County, ethict'eI in tit!' t" iIittY'. hools JV I! benediction each evening 'at Mrs.We Irene are sorry Brault's to hear;mother that, 'site'" America Home .fee.,chapter classes, under aruL the the will arid assure: economical continued administration progressive .I In aiihdunHng Ills candidacy for the office of of I

is married and has three: cnMren": I 7:30. Mrs. Betts has*been ill and-in J1i\e 'Latiies cf St. Annes direction: l ofc.. Mrs. PrancesSlepfiensbn 'of your County G6vernment. -' County.' mmtsSlo r Dist"4Jack\ 1 F&e Center

I The ladies of St. William's :Bradford-County Hospital wisfi*id'Tebin4eYerjrone -Willpr s ni the I Lake states that toe fbll&wing; ,In his bpln
Elfish the Kingsley
feiftrls for
F. is ndt running. reasons -
.Sidney- i Altar Society Invite you to Mrs. Lola Garbett and two th'ty wi1i h ttbnL rOOf 1o th annual.fashion show of clothes *.!:. \W11 appreciate your vote 1\ ioiu.-ar the issues that are\ to )Jbe co streL,

.tie has no axe'15 'gVind, and feisuohly.desire 1s f visit their religious Articles fchlMren:of Starke were'Sun &uma the TJity,;ail-bn Election which tKe girls have ihade and fcurjport'on May 8.0. take,

to work for the growth and Development of Clay I I ta.d.1n .the rear of .,the day dinner guests of Mr. and Dat, 'May.*. THey4ulnave this year. J. MurrheeCLAY "I.. .is THE PXCK gdihg to We allowed to

I Church.;; They either have Mrs. Everett Pot and family. foeverages,* s iidwtes, over conipTete control l fh, L Soiirthbuse? At this

County. : just what you need or they Charles Bisbee -Lake'Ge- add' dessertsfctrth ,.. METHODIST CHURCH COUNTY VOTERS: 1 present time there i is & great struggle fur power!

I I i will order it for you. new tame home from the it-int t Si i > \ .. t this county.Jhe' w.hbfe, f MUrfeof: Clay
HE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE AND SUP- I Bake sales will continue e ": MELROE" I I Your support and vote for : taking place in PACK

: each Sunday morning after University Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Elder .,,...' ____ .. I me as your' representative County is at- stake in, this,eleCtiQlL1lIl'HE.. \
Hdspital last'Saturday morn- iwii the. fiirtn of son, Rev. Kenneth \V. Griffith ict .the u\cUn\-\
an
PORT IN TilE PRIMARY ELECTION OF MAY 8 : Mass during the summer- from .District 3 on the,Bo rd chit fillister'chough supporMo i f
liigV\ after undergoing major April 25, at t Pastor ,_. they\w.ilItak 6v.ertlfetwt ,\
,
:TodWayne on ii" time
I of Public: Instruction of-.C1ayCounty' bent then twoyears'
tim t
P'ol. Adv. : ;
(Pd. ) gurg ry. He' is reported be the Bradford County hospital Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. tha they
for admisSioDto will of offices in -the rourthousp
Examinations insure;-you :- I ) rentaining1
-- I bing Very well. "and Baby ,home I-
Mother came Worship 11.m. -
I .. II
I the Seminary will be heldat 1. Sound management of: do h tat' thia'present' time control.
Parsons both
K.
Mrs. Phillips: Saturday morning, arid MYF and.MCF 7 p. m.
School school budget. -
High your
Bishop Kenny
wife Of our local tientist- ir doing fine.As Evening i Worship i 8 p. m. I : the'ol'ers going td pfcrtnit the Continued
I
courteous 2. Are
Sunday \ 2 Prompt and
in Jacksonville on ;; I
I 0 J. Asks tered the maternity ward at af Inal bit of advicej we ,. in this County? A god
Murrte Ypur Support'f May 13. and In Gainesville on ._ % A. attention to school\ problems. misuse of funds to go on > I
on
Bradford County Hospital that TRINITY EPISCOPAL Road
remind
May 14. : would'like-to you 3. Immediate and efficient txathple' of this can be found in the CQ1IntY.
>'f*.. #.tjjrtf 3<>w o Monday but'we have had no 'Spaghettitaste CHURCH MELROSE : ,
n Af IT* dn May 13, the youngermembers' word the expected Parmesan cheese on action for improvement of,our Department. THE PACK has consistently, ; refused

I Th M mm Mm of the 'cat&cfiism further blessed event on at tKis! writing. ? better than a certain Sundays 10 a.'m.: :'diurch .educationa .system,throughout"" I to put into practice the good business principles'
cleans
spaghetti. .
Ei!s will receive First Holy brand of r-on the. .county. -' going
-. it-. i.i. &Ai. if. s Mrs: W. A. Edwards aifd law to 'School.,', 11::45 'k. m. Morning 1 that ttbfold% put 'a stop to the abuses that are
w.r.ttsoa -- --- Ther should be'a prohibit t
riuhi h. 'children I earnestly and sincerely
Coi The
and'ffint.
daughter of Sanford spent Prayer and Sermon First nil this department vith their knbwledgfe
Dear Friends THOUSANDS OF DOLLARSwere trained by I packaging two such-unlike -1 ask and- ioU : m
: b mg' and taught week in Keystone 'Sui1d ', Holy Communion 8 for your support
I tik ? ihls method of introducing paid but for rental for.: Mrs. H. L Morgan Jr. three days last with' Mrs. Ed- .products- two such like I \p'id. Episcopal'Young Church on, Mayv8i'.'" t, ". :] .
Heights
hiy&elf' you, the voters -various' offices *which are now! Altar Boys for May will be: wards' parents Mr. and Mrs. boxes! rir n. nThank you 3; /Are the voters going to permit this pack tor'BbJhem

of CIly C unty. As most located in this building. 'and Allen .. ... .. : .
( Lee Button George J. A. Williams on.Lake Brook- cubnch Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy C". ILl [Chuck Newman Of f their secondary roads, that are so sorely
people kiiow4Ar; 8 born and O. J. MURRHEE' s votedto on' M y'6; Herbie Nelson Jr., FIRST BAPTISTKEYSTONE. .- !- -:! Cthtiion. I '
reared *lri 'Clay County and I, t'v ((5)) new and David Schaeffer, May 13; lyn. > HEIGHTS Th' Lee Heaton.'Vicar. MY ,i e ,& .1..epZtirk ,. i needed, by sinh eicUSe ttf hot purchasing

am 'ioi' 6i Jrears of age. I believe VOTING PRECINCT HOUSES Jimmy Fox and John Allen, S-Sgt. and Mrs. Richard 3-4. .X "> f J : Rev. W. he Florida office and.of file the the Clerk original of the in!: right of way, to build and pave only the roads that

's did" Thomas Jefferson, & VOTING MACHINE WARE May 20; and George Allen and Barton and two children left J. .R. .Smith pastor, Ralph Circuit Court on or before the I would benefit them or their friends? .
this week for' their home in Cbpelahd, ifanister of "Music 21 day o$ May: 1962; otherwise] I
that b'est
is HOUSE citizens bet
the' the "
government giving V t\ j \< \ I
Button May 27. Boys -
'
the least "government. I believe ter service and t'lh 'sanie time serving Lee on Tuesday mornings Charleston, S._C., after spendIng :and cniirch iirglnist.Services KEEP ,BILLY ATTHVS I the plaint allegations will ,be taken df as said confessed Con-, 4. Are the voters going to be forced to continue t

further'that government protecting' the county invest 1 a two-weeks l leave iii Keystone : SuriSay School -' -CONGRESS_ II ,bjr you. I to keVp bn the payroll a -mhn that Is at this present
will be: George Allen, May ; This h Ute shall be published[
should clo1 'only' for, the people ment in the 6U 1KACHINES.j David Sch ffer May 8; John with Mrs. Barton's parents 9:45 a. m.- Mornini Worship, tPd. Pp'LAdV., once each week for four con time under bond for D.W.I.? I
:
I
I Mr. and Mrs. Harold lOrKd-a. m. Traiiilnk'tlnion, secptne weeks in 'the feRADfrORD I
those things thai the people O. J. MURRkEE-has voted : ..IX.ctbiTY.
15 Lee Sutton ; TUDSCoUa1
Allen, May
cannot 'dir' i ms lves. It am to make additions' to your I I May 22. and John; Allen May Ridaught and with. sat: ,Bar' 7::M "p. m. eii1n servicSs J AXD f &BRADFORD ,pated CDCXTT thi? 18 TELEGRAPH day of April: I Mr. Siemer was bom at Dublin, Georgia on December !

not now n&rfiive ever beehj COURTHOUSE, which means' ; :ton's .parents,. Mr. and Jklrs 8:00: p.; mv 7du are ,Invltetttoshare COCXtY RE: ,Estate PEDRIDAIN of" 19- 6- I 31, 1924. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ottot

dominated Ify'Any' person group better service to the 'people of 29.Our thanks to Carl Piper Earl Haynor of Lake Geneva. family", Pier time .with. FRANKLY? ?v BROWN" Clerk CHARLE"of ,the A.Circuit DARBY Court, F. Siemer, who reside in Jacksonville; Florida Jack

or brgahi atibh.. I'do not seek- bur Co nh'. These facilities' who is responsible for the Mrs. Mabel Hills, teacher in. us.. NOTlfcE'W deceased FlLlXtr. PETITION Deputy By Marian Clerk.L. Crosby,.j Siemer moved to frldrida *t theiaKly' vnge;#J Itr.e) .;\

to dominate' any person, group, have been added without any beautiful condition of our the Home Economics Dept. of -1 QR ,FlN1jiL 'DI. HAnGE- Jr.'To' of. 4-19 4-t SKI I He has maintained Florida AS*,hi.*; legal.xfe'deht

or organiZation for I stand extra millage "being i levied for grounds. The grass has been iris: is"now the te 1c1anCamp at t OMfllITY CHURCH .l..EcUTRt AJUi WH .M IT MAYCO, *- ., _. i since that time. He is married.ld1\tHeifJrtrler\ flfatie
alone With the people of 'our a number of years' and are paid I Immokalee for this summer c.ii:1.. l The Circuit fourt or Florida.,,:
bushesall '
and the 3.Lt4 lNq.ce. t haVfeUwo' daughter ,
cut neatly of Valdosta. "
They
McDonald
and on weekends until KEYSTONE' HEIGHT ,_ Is hereby gh'e J\\h Fl*b'tk Jadlelal Circuit. IB and I'
County find fhy friends knd\v for in full at this time.
trimmed. The grounds is t, I .v I haVe filed my final returns &sEXPCMlrj For Bradford, Coanty.- IB Peggy Marie and Martha Enen. iehi r.. \?. ar ,.15
wellh t-II'' 'will never let the 0. J. MURRHEE-being a school otit. MinisterMrs. )Jj 9f. tIle _Estate offranklin jChtncerV.JOHX .
certainly make a fine settingfor Dr. A. C. Holt. v '
people of oufteounty down. The Timber Man and Cattleman Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stephenson E. l3rpwn, ae ce asea.'th'at .: W. YOAK, and 13 years of age respectively v i,. :* <' ,
:
A. Organist -
George CwttTa \ ,
the building. toavf filed taybelltlon for Plijntiff
'
people of''Clay l County know !himseIf has always supportedthe I Personals anti daughter have moved ana Director,! ,' distribution and for final die- vs. .. If the people, the voters bY'tlay' County, waht;;
that :I Sm now oppTOfeft b'the COUNTY'. AGENT and into their fine new home on charge and that May 7; 1962,, AUDREY B. YOAK, J
Charles Eric Garber teen- ::Richard Cushinan Youth Dir: I will to the Honorable *
apply .t leRtioiistoh1
Defendant.'OTICF. honest and fair representati n $ tb ]
.
political ntming which 'seeks' HOME DEMONSTRATION Lake Geneva.Carol .
Xfteron. rn, Judge
Mr$. v jYa county
of Mr. and '
,1
.
to ijo ni l ': verY\ political' Office -'AGENT work1 in our County. aged son student Gardner, the KHS und Y'.Sc1i09I, 9:45: a."m- of Bradford County. Fforfda,:for To :\u'drejB.. Yoak. residence, i lay 8 and ..tl -,. "'itu l JU.|.K .ne i l
Charles Garber, and a aJiproSal said final returns Akron. Ohio
of
to 'Ctaf i'C i1i1ty for selfish He, has always. 'supported their, at 'Ha mpton School for sophomore who, fell out of a MfcrrtlrittWorship.. 11Jfn... &d.lor a'C order distribution. You are hereby notified that'Coniplalnt !

Hhd 1f-c&ntered purposes BUDGET "requests' when evidence New spent car on Saturday, is reportedas Youth People 7 p.m. plo.niI.s ,and for .final iscargeaSEke. a for Divorce and has, Break That Pack by Voting For Jatk
boys In ,New Hampshire, 'tutrik of the will of Franklin been filed against you you
The' 'opl "bt fclay l Co hty know was presented in supportof spring vacation with his parents doing fine after emergency 6 p., m. Brown, deceased. April 11, J9Z. ,are required to serve a copy of .ytr.** J.f. .1t'f I
that 'im tppfos ea by this tAa. necessary'tbudget Increase. treatment at Bradford County Rhoda E. Wiggins your ,Answer or Pleadings to.ttIe (Pd. Pol. A ,
home on's ._ c. 4 .J '
at their on Ne : :
.1 Rhoda E. Wiggins .' ___ .
'f r"t"fe son O. J. MURRHEE has Hospital. Complaint on the plaintiffs t
chine that I -
sup-Point. Before he left to re- ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Executrix .o(.thj Estate of '
'
will noVfce fHlci'whit to do anti ported for the past three (3)) turn to school his sister. Mrs. Charles A. Pardee, proprietor CHURCH, KEYSTONE Franklin. E. ,Brown- -deceased.4-2' 4tp 4 5-3 .J.Attorney! f" ", THOMAS" -&. PIERCE.- -i: ____ ... .. -.1

have, 'anil UHlli always, vote myconvlMibns. years the one-half mill levy fora 'of the Whit Top, i& doing -
and her
:'Th Machine knows, new COUNTY HEALTH Girard Evashavik, son after .returning home Rev. 'Vn1. W.; Wontafl, Vkar I

full 'wtll It'' tkrihdt stand 'suchindepehdehcyf CENTER to be 'built under the from Pittsburgh, Pa. came for from fine the V. A. Hospital in Daily Mornhig. .Prayi-, '8 daih. IX CIRCUIT NOTICE COURT TO DEFEND, BRADFORD

? such Hill-Burton Act. Next will: a visit During her stay Mrs. Daily Evening Prayer, 5 'COUNTY, FLORIDA: IXCHANCERY. EYS1J1E HEIGhTS. KUdBlliHESS
br "is dangeroOT'lhe'MACHINE'S year Garber's sister and husband, Lake City .: ,' .
FUTUfcfe. 'i be the last year to levy for the aU mem- ,p.m.: :jSpndayrl9:3d: a-m: HENRIETTA HAIL REDMOND P Pa !
of
A girls -
Mr. and Mrs.,Joseph Williams group '
H&Iy '1st and Plaintiff, t .
Eucharist '
on -
fl'ipk ot Clay County share.This building will of < -- -
of Elmhurst, Ill. came for a, bers of the Young People vs.
Cofohty\ kncrtrthat$ ama_ tic be built with Federal Aid-60 the Community Church visited 3rd Sundays' each month. QUINN REDMOND DIRECTORY
short
Indwthkfc I have cent Federal and 40 visit. Morning Prayer on 2nd and Defendant
pa-er never per percent h the I
Mrs. Martha Szabo from, Camp Montgomery t> NOTICE TO APPEAR _
helltaled to'tax: the matching. 4th Sunday. Litany Service : j .. .
County
myself for allTHEY'VE .To: Q inn Redmond, trhose -
The girls were I
betterment ;four C untt. The O. ,J. MURRHEE-has votedto I New.Jersey;has .been the guest, weekend.. __... t. .,, -. '', f' 1m any' 5Qi 8uj1. To
Whertlt Comes
peSpl'e' ? now, 'too, that I haveattempUd establish the CLAY COUN-1, 'r 4 Prayer 5,pjn.Duririg You are hereby notified thata APPLIANCE DEALER REAL ESTATE J

to hold the tax line TY CIVIL DEFENSE and still Lent Litany and suit for divorce has been filed INSURANCEGO .
in. the above named FIRST CLASS! -
&gainst
ant it I have votes to maintain' this I Meditation each Wednesday you
'P always made important
Cpurt andcause and, you are required C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
sure "that' for every dollar spent function of our COUNTY 7:3dpm. to serve acopy. of your f.lGpflRfYe Geo. E. LaRue .
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that'Ule have' received a dolls GOVERNMENT. All areas of ,, plaint answer on.or the Plaintiff's, Attor- Keystone Heights

wdrth of services. our County have1 received fire I II -_ _l Agt. For TRAVELERSInsurance :

tarn'proud"bt the accomplishments equipment and various other ffi ;, !t 1ecfricb Company REAL ESTATE
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of the Board of County supplies thru our CIVIL DE WILLIAM M. r :5ei'V ..1iellOW" Home-Owners MORTGAGES APPRAISAL'S
Commissioners of Clay County FENSE. s-_ S c Automobile Fire
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'since I 'have been permitted O. J. MURRHEE-has voted --t !- .nt5-311. Tel 4692pay_-"i3 Kite t
to" 'serve the people as the and supported the creation ofa i

Cot ty Commissioner from COUNTY PUBLIC FREE .BEAM ,AUTO SERVICBBaker -.rq--- MILLWORK LITTLE SAXTA FE L.-\Ke

District 4. The following. is but. LIBRARY for our citizens. .- ..- :

a part of my rec6rd: I 0. J. MURRHEE-being one .' "j. .rt'' EnterprisesAuthorized Kfeystbhe Ji Furnished Home.


O. J, MURRHEE-secohded of the large County Taxpayers "'FOu", .. Millwork Shop 01 I bedrmt,. guest house, dock

the motion to purchase the 'first has always been interested hi, MEMBER __ U-Haul Trailer Dealer CABINETS DOORS FIKMSHED 1IOMK.tpadbus ,

Voting Machines for CLAY seeing that the County received! Aftto Rfepair 21 Hr, SeridBait
-, ; ___ WINDOW FRAMES lot many trees, pre
CO!n TY. '. a tiollar value for each dollar BoS -. :.. Shell '&3 & Oil
Ii ,. ofPublic SCREENS and terms see; I
O. J. tI/RflHEE.made the spent; but! at the same tune I Available 24 far*.,

motion'to e establish, STATE' knows that we must keep pac li 4 f ?: Portable. Electric Welding Trim MAUrfel 4' Aswclate Edna IJ rtlll.
Sash Made To Order
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ddWsTY HOSPITAL1 SEltV- with services & ibo
for our County I II 2 in. .on Rt.
ICE for the INDIGENT; which Citizen's with it's increased population r 4 I. I GOT WHATJT TAJSES .. 1108
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gives all and needs of / ? I-. I
Clay Cbunty' Indigent t teday.O. kfl'h'- NURSERY -
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citizens free hospital care. J. MURRHEE has con- togetwhatheyw iiI! 'IAiE8 II. MeIAL1IF.N,

O. J. MURRHEE-.-made the tinously; strived to hold the tax I S S. S DISTRICT: j FLORIST.- i' Clemens Nursery : A. REALTOR

motion' to have the Board of line: Clay Countv has a- lower: A year ago, this couple shared a .clfeahT.'of 1i. glori.ous I >. I I Edna Williams .< '. .
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V : f *ill t "tt CLAY Over 600 VanIties of
County Commissioners to furnish millage rate than most of our vacation. trip. ., :
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and equip hr in neighboring 'counties. Other FLORIST S. E. KlcKay Realt6r
Today their tickets are bought and paid ) k Axaleaa Palms ,
the ,Clay-l Memorial Hospital, than ;the. 20 mills it takes to ',' 4' '-!t ,.H _forThe: .
One colored and one white. operate our schools, we operate leave next Saturday. aatf PresidentKersf&neH&igHh; Parent I For An Oemioni .Hiway 100 at Hillcreat Lake Front Property. lIoniMAireaje.

0. J. MURRHEE-.seconded the rest of the county needs on' What happened in the meantime? Three things: T' ; ,Teacher Assocraii'on. !,-UeIr-" Phone. : OR -2331 3{'ieyatone 2 Miles._Hejghts East of ail. ,. i'
the motion to establish with 11.35 mills. g t.
j. -Keystone HeightsPh. 8071Winifred

Bradford County; Farm' F6r- In closing, I would like to FIRST, they ,opened a savings account i in t1i'b; nk. BEAM" ; :. I INSURANCE NURSERY STOCK .-. .- .-- ,
BILL *; I I "
ester tb SerVe" Clay: td 1uy. thank yon for any cOnsidemtion SECOND, they decided upb'D t t ite.'bro Ah Ihsariice Savtegs' Plan .

0, J. ))1URrom&-requ you might give me. in the i gVani, eustbm-made to the dream In 'their Tiearls. Has three children in Keystone'School i i If You five .- It'j. & Saving Aialeak: We t $dpy iI.C14WFORD.
to 4'Aialea4 fepwrial 2.00 ea
and received from the General coming election. I promise you .
followed their1 rofram, "ITSuna&y School Superintendent If You Die It't Insurance
Services Admlnist atlon. FREE that-no man will eyrrithfuilya3p THIRD, they faithfully > until j jI Landscaping Material Available

RdldkTghtsof vVay f m' th l that d. Jv MUI&H'EE is, : they d "what it took" J&rlhelrJHg pfice-, SIove4 to Keystone ithfS.lh.1951 ASK. YbUR GULP MAN See Our Iliflts Before Via BaJ

Middleburg. Road thru Brannon controlled by any prsoh, group'': less something more;,the habit. 'suecessfiil'- ,l iavlngt] 4 'in Engineer. ortti 'l3uP ht 'Ctt. i L. R. Brault O.Ci Carnes Nursery 'l i. 'Real .Esttft JSrokaf

Field.lb tne Dnv&l Counfy tine,! or org zaU 'I also promise)! "- r -|| Was secretary of3Iasonc| Lodgers Florahome 6844665 : .

in the Middleburg] areajtf Clay I yott that, if re-ebctedq! County Why _hot'. ctiUivate this, habit yobrself It will attiV in Boy cSniTrbop' 103 !' fstooe Hfbta.' Tel ,4.5WILS I Lake Properties 1t.v e- Acreage

a unty. Commissioner District. 4,' lake ybii wiere rbi \vta.i to go .in" life./Open asavings R A&Btant CdinHf t3vfl"Defense Dir. PACKAGE STORE I Ranches Rumba Citjf.

d. J. ,itV bfe-hSs :vot J a ''tfiaVi' 'will' fcontW brail 'serve1: accbuHt here 'oday. .WasPidentofth'Libi11lb .- INSURANCE t "' hHomttteata1a
to feur asS1!na I the the ''people"'of bur Bounty 1 4 ti* r t*- V- ?: :. Sha g bnsyI .
eroarge : I.s a member. of t$ Vonfflteer tife tWas "We Take 4u Personal Inter l
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COURTHOUSE ANNEX and that I will continue my: jEKEYSTONE: SThTE iRk: City CoancilmM toV two jearjf: Murrhee Insurance I'AtLOE iTdltXSL12 '11t ur YIqOm&te I
BUitlWNG tu'' fa noW paid fight for efficient and effective -! i.: *
Was Secretary of(he CliurcH Boarii 1 .I' Agfenfcy )P '. titD1IL! t
for in full and no added mill. Government. MEMBER F.DJ.a ; ; .. -." CLOSED SUNDAYS Midway: kird Heitta .
the TAXPAYER Sincerely, Is. ajjlege. graduaie. I : r.\i '. .:
age was imposed on : 'f General insurance Keystone-Melrost Hi h.*7 UeIr6u'i.
.1v'I Wr tD13 ser ce. Prior b. jTMUftRHEEPcL A. Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community Isa intL of B TA, _1, .I ITre 9' ; 'CsUnkfty m d : ) 1. } .- ;1_' _! Cf'f J. "" _\

to this building program ( PoL Adv.) Keystone Heights, JTi. ., < '.l} -.i..L'. : Allied tteei B10e PU Fjulutf Stare & BAT Hfway ;1Saa4a,
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I THURSDAY.'MAY_ Sf '196t. e 'BRADFORI1COITNTYTMJ5G8AM,..STARKE,, FLORIDA',. SV PAM'; THIRTZE

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day. 1'f ier have the sympathy oftheir'. per cent members. The Adult ting in line todb somelreal 1 Com at SE .oor of S
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Mbrrfi .BtAr- frte1\ffs1h Orsham due to thelossttlhlir Men :.fi aUy the fcinner1 t.m. '. V Lojt1:t $' .&. run' W .
Mr. and Mrs. lost .r I*. : A. .Owk tl' >>d:C ">
t.R'rln\ V 'w i. : V ; 169 ft Mr 'a P08.runNl3ft.W.
'We'tlhded .
'h mea Roblrl fta'ter. Beginners I revlv&t at *" V2V "* V -. S V
ling of Princeton were ; son -, and =the WQIi1twit; ? the *SE&V.* > I .
.days' ''freek t of tfo. I tong Branch one night last NWLVotb: 'Jit? Afr." .Il' "" : T iaiar. I 80 -ft, S 1S7 'ft, E. -:Lj ( :
few l lakt ts1tingV a grade VV 'rS-jiy'-bf-: }t : ( t;,? 21' -'P"fa.ail .j 5.U. : it.q
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parents jlr/kn"3 : Church News TraiSnl # ?Jh&s"off WefeS. arid tfierS Hemed.Id be J5 "". Tf"'UV tV :
By'llichard CainUAAAAALAAAAAAAAAL4AAA, his ;; Baptist Out;; : n < em.&t 7S5 oto ./ V V V town of Lawtey E' V ;: ; I.i. :
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E. Starlings '.. 1'!, Attendant! at the. Baptist a little'agata .Sunday: InlghX great interest in this service.. .8'i : Ofi;:. n.S Jtl) ie ij-: 'i. 1. VV._. ;V.S. .J.VV.L.V.; V :' V of .Ry. V :" i JannteZackion$41. '
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1zre'of'' reeent Juid1-.tIntDhA i git- We 'enjoyecl tfte vitS ,, ': ..r '' V V ..,. C&n 'at: '-w- cor 6f" ,,"t '(' '-
Mr. and Jiir. chAuth has tiroppedan: but the foPOl'Wr. .. S jVVr':'.. ., :...:.' : : V 1
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V Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal Palatka wee,,visiting ilr, and ,,-eeks.i '- S .i VV Wi* Vt4.Vpq.i :"S .'--l 4.. 'ft' -':JsGrri&n:. ,V V %ii.t3S 274'ft for a' PJOR .'V V i.t'ac.i-it': FL. I
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1|pave*'* started bulldrng -k a new M.T.k I Mrs. 1. fe Ratliff find y." i\i Work has begun on a new .YY.Ytt'tYT- : f Y';. y.,t'.ri. Y 4, tyyyyyyy.YYY"f'YYTY- Y.TfYY .H :?\6f:; ... IV#fc* tW ofj V, .-.' .''. :K'i'f ."."!?{ *,*. *. : V run:)!! ft W, .R Sft.8efv ft, ;:\S S J V VVS. V'V..; ; VI :. I!

&ome. They htd the bad luckS Mr. andM. HrljbnS; : a&fltion to.the.. .Church: Badly l'.t". .. .i-\l-.5A21_ -; 20 :Jiilia'Deue1496,-: .. .;.. or" ,'. 102 ft to PpflinJtof r :' V'V t: V'A f
I had as RTday guests' Mrs. heeded was 'a 9.it1co' for the NEWS : INTEREST TO COLORED 1->\' ;nL.r..tcqr'r"'J:' f' -.' 4: '.' '',": '>e;"+ '* ''" ';" .:.. ; n 'or Df L wlp" f., .. .. .:: Vic 1
fit losing their home by fire '* XE4 B.V29w:. "' .V .. -. of R.rLot 'l
i I : ,. : -. '. .Robert ulUn 8.615.J1 J
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S Several Wilma S r\j1i anii ri'iI ont. Rex n UF'.BRADFORD tUNT .on' X' liiie. jbeuik. -". V. V : : '
weeks ago. Their new I CITIZENS H V .'ij'I ,?4..1n ton:"ofL f ; .: SLawtPyEofR ,
), risiodirno1-3r.i -.S.61, '
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James, of oainesyiQelMr. ; Richard Cain are doing V V i..h
Jwme will be the V f i : t. '"' ) :.. ,
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.. on I and!i rl."Kn-llt Jfcy-i i rk. They *8 if fo'lfe linj .(BY! y1thabetl1btnV) # SW i.; .of 8i*i'*, .'1B.v'fi., :121" ."-1' 'E1ekVV1V.1tOCZkTI: .,". :' 165 04 I thjn C tv.i.'n..of S i' -!red9BeJ1' : : i l
.same site the old WeHnsh ." '
as one. .. XXV'i of IfEji24 : 4 21"iVOC.;,Letsch. / -2S-28: Lawtey of S _J..VBLrber;
this K: : r
nolds were 'rait "way; ..visitirii -! \ished by Wednesday. V J. > I
them the best of .luck. I .... ...iAtl i ii1.ti... .&& t.t..tI A. V :.'".I 711' '.''f .NE.jf.j. : It't_ ._ A_ I Eli .of, .\Y,4Vf. Sbj .V .t .oJ .V:. : ; V V
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ilr. I :air. and Mrs. H. M. An extremely interesting SWit .:,., V. ; .21. V ,7 --:21 S.-.M.JAbernatby.. ,. .. .. ,21-: u '. 3V. tf.Lot 31 in VS V V S !
and H. E. Starling > ;
Mrs. dm.' They:re fde: 'th'Jib l Iville. ahi&ated discussfcfr wis held Thurston In Th \ Clarence DeSue, president it i I That-port .of -:!swt': V ; S. .: VV : : V t&wn of'|Awty B .- V '. I
had as overnight guests last 1 ._ I IJ '" 'of XTV.f... V '. V VI ".V V of Ry :- V" WihleVBerry. 1.1.\

Thursday. Mrs. Rachel Star-i II ? i 1 I l !bn pertinent _questions!! jer-;' The V annflai ila YJ! jT F&ti-I I harge. All members are askec I 'i IlesN'. Ii't. of 't. >J> Vi f "' V 1 Lot.! in tot, llJCTof V :V : .;;: '<.',, S "

Mr. and Mrs. T. ii. Lehvfershatt '' stainIng to portions of the New : val will be foid'fr&Tl' to 3 $.I I to be present.. Hosts for: th S OId'I'Sc. XlinV.:.i'U 7j:21: ,20Tarl. Reynolds, 19.$8 Kingsly ISkKd V. V .
Jill, and Mrs. Leila Newson; I! Testament .. V '. ...; '. ) .: ." :' r .t. : .. rftfce CoPt at V '!'. !,', 5, .
as Sunday gue'ste' Mr. now being perused 1& at Vfie" Viufslon meeting are Mr. and Mrs.. Wiljiam Com -on. t lliit; f V V ; < V ; V .! ; .
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Joth Jacksonville. m. on May : Pt W *
bf E Rd 200en Side '. V'V. S on sid .(\>f r
Lefever's riotRet. "Mrs;. Hattte j 'as a study course of our weekly Elementary '$lTtfrofo& 'All Holland.-Mrs. Glady; of: RyXE1 In.'S.\l..lJf. .' :.b. i': VV :,.: .V' S V V .King't1rLak: 'Ra : V :r V VVS :" S V V
|1.Dr.. and Mrs. Mike Cam- LefeversT t GairieiyiUe, 1; ,4. ii o1' W ''V V .t. 'V V vifiVre"er Lijie '. ; V V-
A. prayer meeting. Everyone school in the county will-par 1 Blye reporter. ; .--. V V :
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panella were back Graham his brdtlief John' peieversof : enjoyed it trexzit l1s t; Wei Church News ;.5 < V .' .
and i ticipate in brder'ttffiave weH- I I 'h-V'' .531$ ISt ft* ():.kd. .. :. V :-: V .: S V ,

visiting: "friends in the conjpiuiity Jacksonville. .,- .. i,i I wish all members to make a rounded 'prBgrani.' Acuities | Pleasant Grove. Methodisl: X JIT.ft.t ,fOp! ;: 24 7,21 .1 ; D.-L.TbUmaI.: \ <; .29.29 300 ft tff .PpB, frS V ;.;

We? th e wee 1eptt.I and Carl Jones hadas I I concerted effort to attend. ;; Church L.MLendor Comat. XW Iciar Bf V'V .. V V V.V !. J : 1. :.V .: !OQ ft. SW( ft, !!: ,.:
Mr. Mrs. j will" include. .fay i6le plaiting, Rev. L V I',." .1.1. V4 4t.. ... ; 'V :to' W.V side* of : V ,
TThey are now residing in Fern Sunday gUesls\ !\ v kndAirs 4 The WMTJ will meet Tuesday will observe see E37',4:' V I "f.- f", : V Kingsly LakeRd.. \ ,-;!. t 5 S.<'"V V V
't V : | stunts; 9.ru ais. fcuslb will pastor, regular for POPSvJiSlv.4: :, 'r' : '. : !.V ;. VL X ,It .t' ':.' j

...,". .. J ,,. : bait Clark andjil1Y! Qf !|I II night May 8, at thecfiurch V be provided by-\n e RJfc band. pastoral dAy Sftfftm|''"Witt L 4.6 V \1,1t/:V: fli--y "f V V ,.,. "' .' :: V in t 100 wnot fb10"l'O Lawtey V V .' ::"{V"A:"V;+'', ...
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V V Mrs N. J. Dav1s f iad asweekend I Gainesville liev.., qiark"Js with Yrs: Albert 'Plenty of Doodles wj ? 'beOnsale. Church School at 10 a. m., Sipttieo ,S -SQU on R/V S 1-7 ',desr Sf5vOV"W .;V f. ..V V V i.
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guests Mrs. Sarah pastor: of tfieCHriitiantnuichin 1 Sparks, president, presiding.VYTYYYYYYYVY7YTYY'lryyv. mithls i.v' nt. DeSue in charge. Morning- W590.J4' 'aOU' V V ,. : : ";' : V 1 A W of- Rdon SISiie :... VS
Don't Ji! I -. ';. 57.62S ;
i I' to'POB. :j, ; .n 5' ':22'. 'V.;BayliseCOrbftU".. ,, ; of Lot? .35 in r; VS '..f.: : V :
J.1 ar- and Mrs., Layade Wyse, ..Hampton.Mr. 1 :Mrs. S, C. PrICe.teach r. Service, Love Feast, 11 a. m S V "Lot' 4bWorR.lu- '. V '. ...... Lawtey: :E of Rjr V V. .. :r.tdsmith. .,
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r. and Mrs. Monroe S derl and Mrs. A.T..Pldrews ? School Calendar''itlt *4' :V Ming Service ''IL'30: p.. m, ,W&OO111111 .&'E. lif ;: ; : < S '.' : V V V Lor Z6 "In't.k: wtfY.'W' "l< VS : .

M 'and BuStSr. ,then- son, all aha Eori of G ihdVU1!. were : Commenct"rd'entcu1ut'5 .Holy Communion, with the j>as,6r SR.'.-:.200'. "... .bel- < f we 'f
of), and Mrs. heV *frjandMrs. I t; .in charge Iff 'all" Services,'I : 'Ii m: V '5't. S :'
Jacksonville. Mr. parents. HILL
visiting ; CLAY Senior trfn *o* JHinil, {at S. s'on, K .& .28.5' ;, : < 44.E of Ry '
4talph: Daris ,and .family, of I H.. M! V7asd1nSunady. The rally was success. .and the on W.JJM. \ : !2 Claude-.B. Barb ur 69.98 in Liwtey ; Jlttei. Ut. ot' IkoweW1A tilJoeWSlker i

V ,,4. 'Senior final examinations, : Lot' af'ia .\V ,.. : : : : jjot) Sin 5 :'" .
!St. Augustine we're also weekend ahaRieh- astor and officers are grateful .of .. V S S V
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I all attended I Mrs. Irnji I By Mrs. J. L. StrIcklandLL1AAZI111AI1&AI&LAA (May 1617.:.t6nli5r-S6u8r Pl-om to all who make ; V ..lawn. ,' .. .,V !9 10.; Florence' W.'V j: Laputka. 8.23 town x jf tawtey ,.; f '..;.... )' 't: \ 1
guests. They shaio "Cift'n"" erjtertSfnea helped the Vex .. .
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| (invitational), May 184 Home. Lot :it .in'\:' ofRyf :V ,
;jhe Rock Church with, Mrs. Success possible. The amount ,%! 10 Richard Bennett, Jr. .8.28 Com f :.V :V ;
Mr/:"arid lfirsv' B, j making Fashion ShowiMay, 20 ,, .K/V;; : V ;' . VNE1V ,.. at' SE cpr. -* '
1 i-aised V V t: f- X 550' V V .
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''tavi on Sunday. th&e1\ 1stThifrsdy was $432.25.-: Clarence ;- V V'V; S
Davis and Mann Griffis of Highland 'tefcanfihatfonsMay .
Second Seriteste'r "' V V : 3V for PO!); run TV \, 5 V ) S l. V

ilr.: and ,Mrs. Zack, R ber- niht with & Barbecue who underwent Surety last : 2223. Senior: Appreciajtion -DeSue' reporter. XEt bei! S .-. : V : V V Vp 50', X .oft'.. E. &', .. V S '
% I I "(t. oi1Ucuc&tt! Church, ft\ M.V: V V' V22 "'1 Clara' Wilson ,'V 46.70 S.J50' .to' POB. :Jr. .1'U
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json, Mrs. Kate Starling and supper. Als3 ,tfier was Is improving satisfactorily Night (invitational), May V : .j.. v-, V '" a I
I ,R v. L. H. McLendon E. :...o t' Il. t'.. 'J '.: .. V .l' V RegatXEcorot S 5' ..
Gafiiesville. pastor V
? I< Ir5. Beatrice Hines all went Cain's son, Robert of. we're glad to say. 2f. Baccal&yrvelte\tilayir 27'class. ... -..- .SE. U' V "; -!% iol! Elizabeth Prince" Blk. 52 'Lawey K S .'

.to Hampton to the home of VV lias Tayldr fcf Jacksonville ': 2& dora Quarterly meeting Sunday at 3 : '- V : 'Bartell': : V 1.7 pf Jlyv S 100'. W V A '!f
> Night, ,.fay". ,, ; S :: Vt ;1.. ..... L: _, _.. .. ''''' V V '
I' 3M..A11 members Si&ea f : T100V, X": lOOVE 100" V
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Mrs. Roberson's aunt Mrs. ws' Senior >e S
Portions of thiS n were his sister-in-law, Mrs. Martin i menc ment; May 30. V'V to '
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Bate Hines anti l helped e1eS sUbmittVd with -the .hplb of Taylor, arid her daughter, Graduation rkrty ijnvltaliolial\ ), J present. at and on time. .C urcJ1 t, El Lots 60' 3 ;' .&. V V VS V Lot 12 5n.0trts S/D. ,VS 11i t-Brir.t, Ul
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!brate her last Mrs. Jean I&everl .and. Miss Marie visited the Stricklands May 31.Sports '* : .,. V Blk V 8 jn ."Ry'S V V V "V V of Lawtey V lbii.J tI Quire. et i.)1
birthday Sun- R v. Robert Del11 Bernard.E.Pick: 29.77P&ul'Din1ii ..totpo: .,
Flakes S V -ch t All]I W bf RJ'f' ,V :: '. 1 SLOt asx Df'sc in -
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: Jddith roughtori. I wish to Wednesday of last week. They .
members who have npt. paid Blk 13 ex !' .:" : ;f' :1 I> ed;Bk 52 .Page S. ., -'.:. _;:,..V x .. S

J KEEP BILLY MATTHEWSIN express rAjr. Ih'inkl.-. %' tfim- jiad been- to Lana Branch Th battle of the cfehtiiry will' 'the rally .moncV': Se 'askiM tc I'" .Lawtey'\Vol .. .,' !.; '> 23.43 323 in q\ts, g/D V WiIliYae.. ronity) '24 1
to visit the 1 / '" -.4 Com on X line.. .bfSy _
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fielp gravesof take place .af :'the. stadidm in .S4 :bf lk..: % V5 .
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CONGRESSPd. 'please do so; The" is .J. George"F..Young-eit'- : ;t
V. rally ex JR'; > : ? ?p, 60 ft Eof .
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[ Pol. Adv. 'Mr. andWLbiarefl e Fraz- relativesand were returning Lawtey on ..May26 between the tended through the third and I tot 2 Sfojtin !*if' r :. --..''- ,.*, V -- I V Ry. run-E: 1500 ft, "I ... 1i VV.' 5 .

y-yt i'f ". ... by way of Whitehouse to strong Tigers '6f Stlrke ""and 'f tIrth Town '. f |f' X V V S'parwlth Ry V ..,
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Sunays.-1iarry Wunglaym '
,, LiT! 1000 fC W. SVS .
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Redick .at
Visit Alma's Moth firs': Ir- i Saiel
the equally.sl ()hg" hiSs of; rtey :Eiof y. : V : '. .'' r4ght angr to VRy S V'S :' _
.leader, '
V vin Harvey, who is just 89 Lawtey. 'The Cubs bask tb lJ reporter.Allen V Lots 3.U 5.;:. '.;;. ..'.; S57.5 "ftJTViv .1i9 V 5'V
Chapel Church Rev,, Blk',13 V *"-. > "V, '.
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I nTQRO/hC" ft E-at Rt Angles S V
.11 M" years young. Alma is one of team members ) l&\vie )iave RfSH'.of V, '- Jessie- Armstead S7.29 .
t : 4 } : IX A. Sampson:pastor", will;hold L Eof -; ;f, .- S .- torToRR; / 265.8 ., V ; .- 'VVV --
,.. . . .. the folks Jim Strickland bap- : ft S RR '.
3 pato
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U U .";*.t..v." :l" .''''..'.>:'.:.,,V i.c ..V' ;,,,,'....,V',<>-- l'. I:"tV i bloor in their Tigers regular Pastoral Day starting- Loj. ...: : 11t..W' 'at jitAftglfs .V V. ,_, '
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JZi r ;.W" tized years ago and he had and expect'swtet Veytnge : .
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'8-:<-' : : ; j 'V V Arftsteatf 51.67 .
; : ;.JIo with'Sunday School 1 1 "at :1s a,,. V'RR. : 'Elizabeth .tQ RR: ?40 '\ i V ;j'
ic$ : not; se n her for .,3Q years or I for the loss suffered"at" the it: V ft, V Al5)nk RtlRfW V. .: S .
.... 'm. with Fannie Bell Lot 7 .of B ".; V V '
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Frazier <
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I .. 1Uj 1582 ft to VV,5 .S.
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more. I hands the in Starke Law.tey.E 'of WiItfl1V
Tiger
on 'charge. POB Ei.iR/W Ex : '.
j"'n
with NA-CH'uBS Love Feast, 11 a. m. (1 L' t'ttult
V Clarence Knight preached last year. tf .jroti * I 'battle Holy CommUnion, 6p.m. ; ttlW! ; ::4i"4' fV& S. !3. 24 S .22 13 "RJchllri'SrBennett. Jr. ft.oV1Oflb
for at Highland Sunday I ness this between these W..J.'Barber'' 8.33 '. :, .
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teyE: of fty ::
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Funeral services for Mrs. .. -
.1 '' ', ,". at XE cor 'bfW'4 V
ATOMIC ENEMY FflOVEH I l morning, and John Wilkinson. ; two great tearrU, IOU will Siiss Irene Thomas will be held Sunday Com at '..Swlcorvoflot. ; ; ; .V I ..', 't". ., ,---.... .. V V .qf? NWUSec VI : 1&4'V

I i filled Clarence's. .pulpit at. Clay :; the game: of yofcr life, Cicero at 2:30: p. m. in Allen alonff. 15 T\VJ? Run Bdry.. ;.of}IY' V .: :,V VV .,V5;: ". : ..- V i. land-ofti. 24 run H ,S Hill.ronulipe to. V V

V3g"* > S'V !| Hill: Our pastor, George I Leggett manager of the Tigers, Chapel Church with Rev, L. A. Lot' .15. .ao ;'fti.'to V V" : ':: :. ':.'J.. .;, v.. :':V ZV ; -r \ .of sai,1land S

: Chism, was back with us Sunday says. his l." gregaVipn .of. the Sampson presiding. 5 V Udry2.t3tE'y POB.1)0I11i"W% VV; V V :$:.': "'..t.. .,'.;. :.'..i ft. W 758. 04'.h,6l0 X ...d_ SVV. VSSV V ,'.

i night and said he reallyehjo'yed Chandler boys the" Smiths, the DELL 16f t, fijy on E.'V. .'.".."., .!. :V-..:- ..V ::.,. '. 1000 ft/''}.: '488,'ft'.
LIQUID '
) ; the Homecoming they' Jack&nS, the Cruriis, etc. is: Chapter -16&: will ntteet V Bflry.-fct' Lot'15-A 5'S # ._ V J V : Nly llM /fti050'V VV .

Thursday at 7 p. m. The Matron 62.73.ttcr" Y\: V V.. <.:" W at Rt Ariff JoRR ,
too strong for the LSivtey out J .
attended in Georgia. I I is ft to POBin'Lafctey :- -1 : V 840'. N';- \- C .
that all
asking membersbe '
I Frank and Ada Frier, who fit.. Arnett Thompkins, in rebuttal -, E oity .. V '.: .;JoyeeWalker41.29. .. : 'Ling RR' TR/W V152'.to V
present and on time.-Mrs. Lot 2 IntfJlk.'ie. In V'f': :. rOB Elf '.

F ertili.zet'LOCAL haye been ,in Florida for three I I !, says.the, Jenkins, Williams J. Mitchell, W. I'-i D. Dell, W. ;Lawtey; t15.V4 Ry V V S V: Haryftfl. "h" VS S. 3H( that Port in SrI 23-21 S 23. .20.... Richard t? ", Bnnett. ,' Jr. 2T.io I

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months or more, have returned i,! Allehs, etc. will slaughter P, v : S tfcuMLoUlOO ft E-. : : .VI V
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EXPERI1NCING to their home in Ohio. AdaIs I II II the boys from St rke. I Ii Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, i in SVc: r,.it> Lot; >-.' .' V .-'. of NEU'of' KWUt .. V ,
rSE'S i
ARE NOW Jim's niece and a sister to I I 17, Ex SI87flVinVV V :i ,; i. V XW i: of XEU .f I ,. '
I There have been discussions -Rev. G. B.' Burgman f .i" W.Caldwell"ftoyt' !4.43
YIELDS! Mrs. Burke Ellington of may pastor. Lawtey B of ..Ry'V: :Joilepn Cumber S 7.11 of SW'i 24 5 22 3 ;Jonn
GREATER STRAWBERRY : as" to whichthese Sunday School at 9:45 .. .. ', 1-A <'q.'ln'lStor V 5
J'I .. opens : a: Com at sfr j.V'f : ". ; .; ;" 210' 4
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Experiments in Florida and elsewhere Show tobacco Starke. teams is the belter. The battleon .bL: with: Suptt .Ruth' Sanders in ,L4\t .].;. &VViunN.ft4' .!t-, V .t.'. .1:' ..-" V of. "Sw'i ofSEJi ..S 5V.. 1.1 V.t
: VV '
.... V S 7JXH Starling
I We uncrerstand that Burke j jEli'ington i will ie "tE .O.f.f't: !$:y. ; ... V S1)flhnrflflV' .' : 24 .
yields increased several hundred pounds per acre. ; May 20 << ide the issue I charge. All students and mem- l 10 ...... ." ";';.' < .'.;' ',;-!"j 'of XE'H V f. : '

Cotton Beans Melons and Tomatoes shdtir increasing our nephew in |i once and for all, 'so 'come and 1 hers are invited to attend. f 316 ,ft .Eo;.lOO"ft .*S* V V V V: .' V .5S V .V r V NWi! .|4 S 22 18* hiehird'Wnhett, Jf. lUI

orn, fetarke, had the misfdrtuKe to i:witness' tough duel. 344 ftV5VtOtt; S ,. ..' .. V ''t': V 1 Lot O't) S .1. : '.
V with NA-Churs : this. Brother John Clark, is still "':, .' 1':'"'$: ;i: J. : V
yield and profit per acre of.I to POB, fn Lawtey. 'V byiir; E & W in ,
get tangled up with a piece ClubNews ronfin .V V .: Df V .1.\1 ". V4J itNJo16
41Ofl1ITh.VmatFV c.rof' S34
Commission. d to his home. He 'would E of JEly -= Mid'State .44.25
which is'licensed by the Atomic Energy portable lee' machine recently V .. .- of' N\r'4 25 5 J! ilL-J.-Padgett.. 1.11
,.... ...... 'f", .to. .. The Fiesta "Social l Club will I Like.,to be remembered by all! V' V ::" : Wi. of :SIVLof V
VV ofBlk ( ,
and suffered an injury cor V
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NOW AVAILABLE meet Saturday 'h ght, 'May .5,| ,members and frtends -.Deacon V '.18 .& run 'u- .-' V .' V VS N'W>i Ex R/\VKr: ; .
through the ribs especially I 80 '4 '. V 5' V i" T : V. Fti1Weor .
I ft for. POB -
at Water Oak Glut with ?\T.\ Mitchell, Clerk.
ALSO ) rouse
FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT on the right side. We hopehe run X" 2Tl-ft 'w.86 Vft Desc in' Or' Bk143S5

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782-3541 is well by now. V N TICE. ft to'PORjhioSfrii S 535' '25 S 22 1& Claude }fyer 1...2
PHONE :
Well, .attendance. In the Notice Is h.erebV: Riveix that on' the 1st day, of 'ju16i at ;L4tey. E of. 1. : I S IContinued oh Page 14

Luther Hilliard Store .:. Lawtey V Highland Sunday School just at Starke. County of Bradford '[state of Florida, tax sale certlficates -. Ry ..., V 'AlbertWilliam* 8.61 ...
--- I will be following
soldon! the : described land to par'the .. ,
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six after big ,. V V h 'r j.
our ; et :
dropped amount "
due for taxes opposite the
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same together <-- I
Inquire at.Store Highway 225 Easter. There were 69 present with all (costs'or such", sale"an3 V :all adertlsing.DiscrpIJ -I: : : c- :(IrVPij5-; : ;_, -5-_: (ik; _L. ; :JSVWS ; : { i( : ; ; :!


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a now the best buy under the son. mildew caused by excess moisture I < : 20k rf:: G5litZYlI1 V INSIOT ';'THAT! AIL YO&R _1tOVE{ .. 45. .4 .. .,.1,.,." IVACUU 'CLt1N ttS
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p ''TaC4tioD .dimate" si home for ,. ,. Edwards Building
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much less you'd pay fi'"ttro ffirifiy yeai-round E1Cth1eek AirC I .., .,. t. V I 'Srlii
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VTVYVBROOKER.. [Contlnued-from Page 131 I Deserivtiem- -, .' Asieut .t.f Taxes Deecrfpd.a. Asaeaat .f Tuei DMntl.- I
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.f land biea. .. Asteut Taxes
A O : : dad Osts .f load A Owier I
= sad C-U .f laud A Owner sad CeW
Deserletle .Lueait .
..1 Taxesei N 45 ft of 1 4 I
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land A Owner' sad Cod. Lots 3 of Blk 29 far i 'SE Ji, NE K of SW
S 25 ft of Lot 2 'v a All SWK ofSWK ..., ; ... !
N Reno SID ; i .
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as Desc in Or a Lot 4 of Blk 22 ia" 4 Cos SID Ida ';. .. :
By Shirley Green Bk 14.385 25 5 Ut Willie L Lei, J !-S,7! N-Reno S/D tee Simmons Art 20.87 SWK 4: SW*,. of' r .r' t I
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SWK of Reno .
: ;. SID" Saul Han'kerson 5.11Lot W*of Lot 1 of Blk SB cor & that ) .':. .. ... !,
NWK run S 100'for r 1 of Blk.1 in Port SEK of SEK '. : .
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.Mrs. A. L Waters and 100%POB W, E 76 75% N.8 i.4 Gahagan S/D :. ,Floyd P&keaV: l' i.n of Lot 2 Blk 10 E of. Rd 14-5 7 32- 2
daughter of Worthington visited 100 to FOB % 25 I { Andrew .." .. Lot 3. 4 of Elk 1 in '. _!.;:.\ ": ", L or.& Cos Add Farmer's Supply 86.80 Com at. Int of W :'1i.M I

Mrs. Mamie Hodges Sat- 1 Lot Z'i : ,Jacksoa SI.', Gahagan SID Ex rT, '. : Lot 11 of 'Elk 18 in R/W.ot strd 100 I
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Rosa LeeThomas1LN L T 4 CoB Add Bill Klondes
tirday. 1 Bk 14-331 25 5 22 51 Joe Louis Deaa 45.70 67.98 M of NEK N ..'
Lot S'ot Blk 1 in v. ," : : i Lots 13 4 14 of ,Blk ,. run i
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green; All SE% of SEK ofNWK ': Gahagan S/D Ex. :.. ( .. h '. 24inLT&Coe; -, 355 for FOB Cont .
E of Ry 2* S 82"; 8 Ethel Tucker R/W N-on Rd 100' W .I
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Visited 8.37. Aaron "Honey.Willie '
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and Mrs. Alex Lester .J-O
SWK of '0 ." .w J. Preratt 39.51 Par Sec Line 300 ,y .
NEK cfSEK _
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Williams and son at SLake Ex 1-A in 1 Lot 10 of Elk 3 ia ', W 56 ft of +atE&; SEt,. &: Par to Rd :' "' :, : (
''' Gahagan SID. ti Green -V 'Ml W 56 ft of NH of 140 E 300' .
SB U '
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cor 26 .
i M .
9 <" "
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Robert
Sunday. -
-, Beg 30. E of SW White 1." Coin 'at NE cor of.. \. .-- Lot 9 of Bik-lS in- i P9B 15 7 22 1 Marshall: P... Floyd ti.34
John Lewis of Starke t; '. Temples Add ,,3. A. Bell Com I
was cor of NE% of SE3LofNWy.run . ."",. .;.i;, ".70 at SW cor of -
the weekend guest of his SEK of BE%. E 'J S on E line 500' Lots 3 &; 22 of Blk ..w : SE% of SEK N
75% N 50% W 75% 'i to center of Gr 4 I 2 in City Park S D kiy J. H Arnold 18.98 378* E 214' to

grandmother Mrs. Amanda 5 50% to Beg 21 i 22 Wilbur Strong !.3! Rd; N 72 deg.' W r W i '. Beg at NE cor of ;, POB N 75', E 100', I

L w1s. EH of SW%, S)', 840' to POB, N r,. .. SEK of NEK rnn .;; 5 75. W 100' to .
ofzi 18 deg. E 250' to W 335 ft S 530 ft POB 1$ 7 22 : Virginia Bradr! 'Z.4)
.ti..Mr.:; and Mrs. Ronald Reg- SEK, .I 2* -: 20 Leroy Raulersom 36.79 N line, W 10. -e. ..: to POB then E 130>> Com at NW cor of

""Ister and Mr. and Mrs. John That portion of W ;' S 1Gr.dgRd WS20072 ale"ar '1 '.:. ft S 50 ft W 130 SW* of SEK 4; I
3/4 of N H of }, to '. ... ft N
; 50 ft to POB 29 1 32 Lela run E 185 ft for 1 .
Crews and'family, all of Jacksonville SWK of SWK deg. 173 to POB 22 < 22 1 ..Wei Hick '- r 11.11 BGckln': 17.02 POB ". : I'
Com then
at NE of S 300
which lies .,... cor ,
and Mr. and' Mrs of S 4 E .. Com 860' B 4 30' N 41 SEK of NEK 4; ft. E 109 ft, N. -

Paul Haltiwanger of ''Houston, Co Gr Rd 28 i 22 T | Jessie Mae Hamfttea, of SW cor.of NW '.' -> -' %.- t. run W 350 tt, S- 300 ft,.W to,.POB 20 7 22 i Jesse Alexander est It.Sf) f

i t; 'sat. lUt K of SW' N i. ': ;'t .. 165 It tor a POB, W 462 ft of E 858' .
.
"Texas were v1&1t1ng'Mr. and Beg 170' W of SE 100% E 50% S 100% "' \
r t .i\-, thence S 50 ft, E ft of S* of SWK ,
,1dr J. H.: Sullivan and family cor 100'Lot 38, run NW W 50' to POB 22 C 22 Willie' 'Left Plent 7.11 150 ft N 50 ft, W of SEK 20 f 22 7 Geneva Kennedy Norris ill

NE 100% SE ; : Com 866% B 4 30' N I '.-. ., 150 ft to POB 29 1 22 L. 1[. Gatlia '. 39.23EdWaxrd SWK of NEK 21
last 100 7 22
weekend. % SW ( 40 Dorothy Streeter 45.21
100'
to I of SW of NW 'T '.:" .
cor U
Com 15
Beg ,;;" '.! '. W of NE 12 ,
Mr. and Mrs.' Earl Greennd n I' 22Edward. Brown 7.1122j60 % of SW 4, N cot W* of NEK A Jn SE cor of
t Lots 46, 51, 52, .1 : %%0' for POB E of SEK of NEK' NEK of NWK &
family were WednesdayJjlgftt' 6 62&E4of: .:: 100'% N 50', W loo'% ). ": Run S 140'% W NH of SHK of.

dinner guests of Mr. and Lots 53 &; ('0 in S 50' to POB 22 ft 22 Cltfferl! Pearce 7.11 103% S 100'for -.. "', : NWK > 21 7 22 32 Olen V. Hicks 25.31

Woodlawn 31 i Desc in DB POB. W 110'% & 1 Triangular Lot .
Mrs. Frank Tinney and sons i Ormoni V. Bonifay S2.05 Parcel < .' .
.. 5' 88-!!1 22 6 22 Johnfay Iamb. S.$1 100'. E '110, N ;+r' Griffis n." Desc DB 88-245 29 7 22 Roy James Johns 1....

In Gainesville and alsoand Mr Beg":"at NW cor. of .{ ,. parcel Desc in DB. ;,...:,.. .,. i. ". Lot in SW 'cor of Lot =- Lots 4 &; 13 S/D of

Mrs. Bill Rimes and l of Lot 5 rnn IBEly i8-443 t2. 22 Walter. West t.5 0 4 of Blk 5 100'N&.SByUS'E NH of NEK, of
15S' to POE j i,tyyt .+ ', NWK Ex Rd 29 7 t 2 demon Alexander 10.51
d daughters of Roanoke, Va., BWly 70.. Beg at Tom Hall St 'r' ',, : i '
SEIy W All SWK
1 in Nat Williams ia Gaskia of NWK
.who were the house guests of: 100' NEll 100'% SID E Add I N of Ry Ex R/W .
s run on -I.: .. ..
NWly 100% SWly y 100 to POB 29 f I & Ex E 8S$' in
the Tinneys last week. 30' to POB Cooper GR 200'% S 22 James W.. Thomas 11.5 I
33NH : i -2J ; Robert A. Carlton 1.11 to Peterson St ;' _., Lots 5 & 6 of Blk City of Hampton 29 7 22 4 Wiley Williamson 4.37
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. of NEK of NW i 100% then on Pet B in Pinehnrst All SWK of NWK.

., Billy, and Mary Jane, and K &: E% of NEK : f- erson St W 100% : .:.. .: '': ','? S/D Nannie. Graham. N of Ry Ex R/W I

Stanley Green enjoyed Sunday \WKofNWK33 5 2S25WH Darvln O. Barber, N 100' to POB !2' 'p22 Torn -4: .Lizzie HaU J.n Sanders 17.79 Ex W 46r 29 7 22 13 Wiley. Williamson 1.34

Jr. et al 'Z...7t Lot 13 Blk 2 Nat' : _r" That Port of S% ..
'at Cedar Key. of SWK 4 BE Williams S/D OJ Clifford Colle U.U Tract A of Westpine of EH of E% of -

.Mrs.A Doshia Prescott and K of SWK! 2 8 22 J'. 120 Harry Green .UI Lot 2 1 ink 2 Nat ?, r. <.. "t.Butn.i&e SID Ex E ISO' 28. 22 j. W. Thomas .1.80 NEVi that, lies of E NEK I
II Com at NE \ ,..r ; t.. 'UlI Com at SE of .. of St
jijlss cor of .' Williams SID Horace'Aeon cor
Prescott visited Rd 325
Kathryn i &; Being; F
SEK of NE .
SWK Lot 8 of Blk 1 ia .' .. .. %, N H' DG ,
13 of Land of
run W .- c L '
Mr. and Mrs Ode Prescott 302, for 1.1 W 56.02 for POB .
I : Nat SID 'PipaFlalt. 1 :May
Williams
POB, S 240% W .. N 44 DGW 671.99% 30 7 ;2 Eugene. Hall Jut
Clyde Prescott and Paul Prescott 160'% N 240% E : Lot 10 of sly V ia to Hwy R/W *' ., 1 Lot U% ft Sq in -

in Tampa over the week 160' to POB J. 21 C. B. 'Nat Williams Sd Willie }Peach 38.13 NEly on R/W ;, ,', SE cor of Blk 9 .

SEK of NEK E Cannon .. X 72.65NEK Lot 11 of Blk 1 ia 272.88% 'E 311.5, ''' Wrights Add 30 7 22 Dewltt Williams Jut
of : : .
end.Rev. RR & SEK S of Nat Williams SJ :" s. W..Whit. t7.7t S 621.85' to Beg 82 9 1'D.' .-L. Thomas '- .893.31 Com on N side of ... .. .

and Mrs. James Temple RR 802':: Lot 2 of Blk 2 of tj." Lots 5 thru 10 of '. GS& FRyon ,

attended the PEA conventionin Com at NW cor of '231', Bury Green .US Nat Williams SID Irene P.iehardsoaLot 1..0t Blk 5. in E W ,' E Side of SEVi of ,

Miami last week. SE% of of SW i .:; 6 of Blk 2 Nat. f Hayes SID 4 EH NEK 4 run N "' ,. .

run E 650 ft tQ Rd .I t Williams S/D John A. Cummings 11.8. of Magnolia St 368 ft Wly 130 '
Sunday guests of Mrs. Lo t- YDO, 8 WEly 4f .. Adj Ex R/W- D. t."ThGmu' It to Rd. Sly
along : Lot 16 of Blk> 2 Nat a1" 29.38 Along Rd 310 ft
lie Jones and Hazel were: Mr Rd 345 ft to POs, I Williams SID Clifford Coleyt 31.44 Com at SE cor of to Ryr Along N '

Cont S along Rd ?j t L 20 of Blk\ 2 in 1 t;. i t' SEK of SWK & Side of Ry 289 ft 36 '
and Mrs. Jack Jones and family 417 ft W, 293 ft I 'F' run N 699.22 ft., .,. 7 22 1 Wfley. Williamson Z1.3 f
N 439 i i Nat Williams SD Horace Dean 33.23 SW% of SEK Ex ;.; ., '
ft, E W 329 ft -
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jones 331. .' .' fora, .
ft to POB Lot 26 of Blk 2 in :. r. i. >> .- .' POB tun g.345 f .> 'Ain SW cor &; t .
and family, and Mrs. Mary of WH of sW a f 22EH : t Joseph H. Gnfflber 227.40 Nat Williams SD .- _.1 Levy.L etaaoa: .." 81.44 W 33S? ft to Rd t.... .-.- Ex 1 A in NE cor I

Gordon all of Gainesville Mrs K of SWK ;i} 1 Lot in NWK of f" Nly 430 ft, E 132 &Eu7AinSE: .. .
4 6 'YLr10 Jordan ,L. ai ". '.' ft to cor & Ex Ry Ex : :
Sandra Torres and son of S W'4 of 8E of '" ;' Brantley 64.63 SW 1G Desc 70'Pg in a : PQB 82 0 22' 2 Irs.' hucl. Canova 23.31 X 224)) W of Co : :
Bk .1 :
.Deed Beg at' SE :
SEY cor of '
South America, Eddie Starlingof 5 I 22.V! 10 Willie Mae Johns 23.43 301 Ex R/W in 1-A Sq Jn SW cor Or m 35 7 88 ,n.JllC'Gnaat.f :.; 11.4.

Graham Mrs. Rachel of ICE'E of' ; : Nat Williams S/D 22 i 22'f John ,ft Annie Williams .'.11 of E% of NWK Lot 22 on Lakeview ". -
St .,
Rd
16 7 I !2., Z Leo T.Sul11n.J1 Beg at SW cor of r .i. of SE%, N 150'' to of Crystal Lake I "! %

Green. Kenneth Russ and W i of NWK of 6.il NW% of SW.K 4" '. POB,. W 210'% N Homesites Jack C. Blount 10.
sons Mrs. Gertie Jones Mr. NW 1C % E of St Rd I run E along K J". '. ..... .. ": ;- 60% E 210', S 60' Lota 70 &: 72. on Pine ", :

1 C 22 8 Leo Sec line 560 ft .. y' r fo PQB 82 IH U Southern States on Crystal Lake :. ... '. ,
and, Mrs. Bobby Jones and Com at SW cor of ;t' T. Sullivan t. ./.71. for POB,.N ZOO ft, ', 'f ,. 1( t 'I' .. .; Const. Corp. 48.79 Homesites R. D. Attertarg S M 2 1S.0)S.SI

-fa mily, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest EH of WH of t'l E 50 ft, S 200 ft Ain, SE COP. of Lot 35 on Oak of .,

Russ. SEA of SEK E to K Sec line W : ;.,.. ;... 1 Sq a in SW cor Crystal Lake .
.I 105' for POB1 N : l i .J along K See line. + .4-- ._. of E% of NWK Homesites r ,
>Mrs. W. T. Blair,, and Billy 420'% E 103. S 420' : 50 ft to'' POB 22 12,2 Levy Leonoi >" : 9.11 of SE% 32. U. Lot 44 on Oak of Albert G. Cuff
to Thomas Gillis 87.79 .
S '
'and Mrs. Mattie visited Bdry of See< Beg 300 ft E of NE : : : ', : : IK; Crystal .
Barry w 105* J- ; .. .t ; '* : .AIYfngNaW; ..4 Lake I'! : ,
to POB 9- '1 22.- : cor of lot of Old ., ;, : $ of Hwy .301' Bnd I I, Homesites .
Mrs. Louise Dykes and Mrs All NK> E of Lulu Belle Terrell" 12.5 Lawtey & Lamar '( .\ ; ,, Robert S. Pendell t.U
RR 10 6' 22 '. .. .. S .by.Chambers. W Lot8 5S 4 55 J .
N. .G. Jr. .in Alachua Com 50' 60 Harry N. Green 41.14 St "N 100 ft E 50 : .' :,4' ; on 9.. .' "
Hayes E of Cr of' ", .!. i ,:. .- .1 ; ,., by Mack N by. Me- . Oak of Crystal *V .-.
St Rd &; 25', of ft, S 100 ft. W.oO Caslin, E by Hwy 32 ( 22 Lake Homesites ; .
General in Gaines
Hospital Jessie -Green' Brown 7.11 ;
Cr of Co' Rd ft to POB 22 1- ..22Rogerb Curry 't. 71.77 Com ; I.T..S. Denalaon., 16.0'
Saturday. E Run ; -. .at NE eor of ." i. J t.- .1 Lot'62 on Oak of ; ..! .
1000' on S'n-/W. Com at SW cor of .. of: r'SW NWK of SEK .
.t run Crystal Lake ,
Co Rd to a Pt < : A, N 500% E' : : W.420 .
.Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rho- 100'I, i : .; ft.S'315 ft .,; ;Homesites
It i200' .
W of Sal RR : for POB, E : .,.. for POD, w:." ft, .: Lyn .Campbell "I
den of Glen .St. Mary visited Par to RR 644.26' t_ ; 1 50'% N 100. '.W ; -'.' S 105'ft, E 39 ft '-. Lot'40 on Cypress of ,. ,
for.POB, 100' to POB : 'k' Crystal: Lake ,
Mrs. Mamie .Hodges Saturday,. nt.S216.14' 50,1-s 1.I .-. I toW R/W of Rd Homesites .
., N S8 being on Lamar 200 N ', Fred 8.34
'dec. along W 1 R. Potter %
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and W 210', N Par to. St 22 -2SOssie Edwards 11.84: R/W 163.4ft.. W Lot 39 & 41 on "

Ions .visited Mrs. Brook Perry RR 216.74% 68 Com NW cor of SW : 116 ft to POB .- 32 4 22 '. 14 Anne Humes '. Caress of. CryStal >. .
;
man in Gainesville Sunday. Beg deg. S 210' to' K of SW K of .' .
10. c .:2 1 Samuel A. Brown a..17 SW K run E 672.5' ... "'. .'.. "' : Lincoln City. ,. i sitesLot .., Benjamin Suejpw 15.58
"
Mrs. Bedie of A34 of T Hattie Starts 7.84 '
Conerly
Hague> NWKol 11' 22 S 110' for FOB 42. on Cypress i
10 ; Lot' 2
of Blk !
Harry .N. .
visited Mrs. Mattie- Sowell 81k SW34of SW ; Green. 5.89 Copt S 55% E 1'-'. ... .J"_ ..!i\' FY Lincoln City 3 in '' of '. Crystal Lake + ,. ,
r
.t of NEK 4; SH N 65. W 19-8' to ,t. "'t "".. .-. Irene Elerson et al "7.f4 Bomealtes .if'* DavidWebster: 13133i
Sunday. of 81'114' ot POB 22 1 .2Z. Clinton :\toy..1 : "IVH Lot 3' or''Blt 5 in : .' Lot 43 on Cypress A ." > '
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SE'A .
/j. .
.Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green ot NR',1 n;' 'f" 2a' .10 Bejr at SE cor of ... .:." ;,.d.,- -I.'f ..";""". '..' J.JJ eplq C4J" ,., Alberta. Collins S..ft of Crystal Lake .. "' 'of.... .: .:...., !
E 139.5' of'w : Wesley M. Luke '.2$ SW K of NE4 J Lots ?;&: 2 of Blk, 6 Homeeites .
and family were Thursday 409.5' :+ : -' .' ., :'. Mrs: Edna E. Sparks
of SH Of SWK Of "'. SWK run N ', 'l" -t ._ Lincoln City 1 j**' Hattie Starkes / 7.84 N 1DO It of B 525 ft ,
? ; .
i It"
night dinner guests of Mr. and NW 159:87! % W 183.75'7': ', Lot 7 ofBlk"7 "" : 1
,K S of Co Gr ", :y t i i : ,.. !. in : .7. .' of that Port of .I- .
Mrs. F. M. Vickery and sons: RdCom1 1$ S 161.15% E 179.5'to S' : Lincoln City > -\ '- : John ''. NEK of NWK W t '
F ':2 r Bellamy 43.92
at NW ....;. 2 John D Ducar !7.?9 POB: .,22 i _221' ; : Leofa Guiops .5.8,7John" EH of Lot. 8 of Blk -V, of ,Rd 12 8 .''2-
1 !: 11.01
In Gainesville. cor of : lizabeth J. L nag .a
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SW% of NWK : Com at NB car of : *. I. ,_ 8. Jn Lincoln City Julius Chandler 131.88 COM, "t Int of E .. .
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Mrs. Ernest Edwards entertained MID W ZIi9.U' POij. '.. "r' SH of SWK" of A f':'.:" ... 0' Lot', 3 of Blk 10 in ;., line of NWK of 5NW
S 693.56 to Gr ,.. NEK of SWKrun' .: Lincoln :' !f & N line ..
.', City ,
s
her daughter Peggy, ?; ... I .. : Sarah '
wan.% S .. : : Griffin 5.81
Rd ''4
W of
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on Rd '. Tva 1. 1 .JL L. St_-Rd.. ,__W on
/.1 I 162.45' for 'FOB S ';1'1' I. C T ,
6n her ninth birthday Monday 182.39% S 657.81' td ) 1. to'r+ 1 ...., ., of Bik-18"in fJz if KO 4vuZ11 300'% ,
S 162.45 W : '
Wly Bdry of RR. % .,J W 100' 8 300'E .
with a party at her home. < <. coIn City :
f. i: 179% N 162.45 S
N Irene '
on RR 1428.80 r ; r Elerson et al 23.93 100' POB '
Out of town guest was David W 623.01' to POB, % 15. i'. 28" .J! 'Ettore' .1" I 179.5- POB. 22 ( ZZ. WiUiamt eat .,..7 Lots 5, 8 of Blfc 14 ..';. Lot lOot fo Lake U 8 22,, Elmer' C Sowers. 41.20

Vickery of Gainesville. 2, A in NW coy of } :10 J.-Manai f* 1I..08 AH S% of SBKof ; '>* in Lineoln City Mary Munford 14.52 Bedford Shores

SWK of 'NWK' Of .":1 .f: t-f- *:i' i *.* -.< SW ; N of GR Lot in NE cor of I-j,. Lot Luther J. HIpps ltt.81
Special Announcements NE!% j Rd Ex W 135' 3' U. Wayne C.... .. . Lot 2 Blk. 5. HO "f.: I'r 1. 12 of Lake" "

The Girl's Auxiliary Coronation M i. 222A 8 Hance B. Thorntoa 84.02 :.. UOlUnaworth.. r. >-- n..u... Sq In J M Johns Bedford .Shores Robert H. Arn 12..'
1 S/D Lots 4 4; S of Blk '
All EH of SBK of !
will be held Sundaynight Beg at SW cor' oft i. ; James O. Daniel 6.61 C 4
l/20tb
; : Int in
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SEK of NWK N SWK S of Rd 4; :+:+: ,. t Com at NE cor of

May IS, at 8 p.m. a 486' to POB N ,' "-:' W 5 A of that I-- ,... I',. NWK of NE'4 '.P' Tract Oaks E ia ..Bedford .-t ,.. .

the Brooker Baptist Ch ulClL 174. E 165' to W :I' :. portion of the SW ..' run S 682", W George Alria Harvey 1l.4k
Gr K of the SEKS ,' 322.5, S W.57' % W ..** Lot 6 of Blk D 4
The Cancer Drive will be g/W R/W Rd 174%Son' i. of Rd 24 9 U-15. BelTg. C. :Reece. 47.78 308.99' to POB ... -" l/20th 1st in v
)
165' W'U. Lot 5 of BIlE 2in 1 Cont W 400' toEly r Tract E of Bedford
conducted Friday night. A to POB 11" 8 Madison jr. : e :.
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Bradford Hgts : .* Bdry of St Oaks S/D .0Stalder; Windham
SH of NEK Sweeney. Jr. 8.81 ; ';'y 4 84.48
worker will call on you at that of NE : S/D Ex S 110'EH h que1lue L ldoorer 23.93I Rd 100, N14de& Lots 4, 5 of Big B- !

8% of ? 1 28 2ft! inns K elli r 11.11 of NWK of 1''. W 400' on RA E Mt. Pleasant S/D George R. Bohannaa n.ta

time.The Garden Club Is K of ,NWK"n SEK of NEK Ex I 500.81'POB U. 22 X-Corp. t HUt Lot 9 of Blk EMt. .

: Brooker W 113 of NWT 1" 22 5 Minnie. Lou Desu 11.5E N 105 ft 28 22'5 ;ldarggtet'Ray. CoUey 81.84 Com at NW cor of Pleasant SID Archie McC&llnua Ie."

sponsoring a cook book which[ N ax" of } '. W90ftofN-1O5 NEK .of NW K Tract 19-Carl Voll- .. -

will be published later. If you in NE cor of EH 11' :,1'* *22 '13 Roosevelt 'fTyaoa' 43.43 ft Of EH of NW '1.; for run S POB 420,% run E 215'i J i kopf SID ..' James' Z.. Lee 124.51

slave a favorite recipe that'you 9t NE'4 ot SE% K of SEK W of NE .; .J !> .,. 11.32 320% E 100% S .. '. <
10ftE&Wby(; : K Ex 40 ft 28EH In Alice 'Hauler" 320%; W 100' to v22 Com at NW cer of r.' :
"would like put in the book. 410 ft N of SEK of SEK NEK, E 978% S.
POB
4S .
18 | 22 '2 I 'I, . SS I Tlrgil Morrison f.87 ,.
please contact Mrs. Dave Com at SW William Tyson Jr. 4.87 of NEK Ex W 'f Com I UI.OJor( FOB, .
cor of 1 A 22 1 22 4 Mrs... W..T. Tompkins U%' at SB cor of Cont S 75.65%; E
5E14
.Green. Her'phone number is of NWK .. : *1 U.. ". !' NEK run W 210' 649' to Lake .
run 295.1' for POB W*. of SBK of SE .I' to POB Cont W .' NWly
2121. N %10. K of NEK Ex W on Lake ,
E 21'. S % N 210% E .
,.. 284'' 103.5% W 587' to "
210'_ W %10' to : ; 66 ft 4 Ex E '0"v., 234% 8 210' to POB -
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT FOB 18 5 : ; ft 28 22 S Edna 'Mais ... t 15.52 POB Ex R/W 34 < Uo Everett W. Medlia 12.06 24 8 t2 Ellis :R: eoo.ttl' 81.71
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IN A.'lD.- FOR BRADFORD S 2 13 of SWU of 1 ,Ernest Williams .: J.37 W 66 ft of SBK of :' Beg at NE cor of Com NEK at SE 4 cor of .

COUNTY. FLORIDA. NYl'3, SEK Of NEK 28 6 22. 1 Per.'SumyJJl taU' NW run W
% of NWK &
13 ; (23.5 o
ID 're: Estate of $"U 27 Leroy Dell % then NWly ..
GENERAL LEE KERSEY. clt- W 2:0 tt of ..NE : 12.93 Blk A Ex 1 Lot on -, run S .361.5' W 166,6s: for POs,. .'

ceased.NOTICE. ot, 3W34 11. I. S Side, being 220 .; 0 i 381.5' N 381.5% E then Nly 1185' to ;
22':; 7 Dorothy Jennie-Hall: 10.09 ft Ex W by 85.7 I .: ,, 361.5 to' POB !t. "
: OP FILING PETITIOX EH of NEK; of SE : 2Z. 2H Jacqueline A. Moorer 96.21 N line of S* ot. ,

FOR FIXAL' DISCHARGE OP % Ex 2A in NE. ; ft N 4: S on W ..., .i .Vie ".: r. Beg at NE cor. of NE%, Ely 65' S ,., ..I
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ADMINISTRATRIXTO cor 18 side by 84.7 ft. ,. A 5-Atract Being 1267 Nly 103', to ,: ..
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Com CUll' Ernest Dell 1?.63 N&SonElid.. in SE cor of NE POB 24 8 22 .
at SE Clifford
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cor of '! in Blanding S/D VirCiD1iL:1f. m1t& W4.18 Warden 49,21
'J 't -K of SEK, N .
: : Com
Sec and .'- : at SE cor of .
run W '
Notice ii hereby given .the t I ft for a POs 105 Lots 5 A f of BUt ". ,a..n : :Z: 109% W' 100'% 8 NEK run W '* ;.

have filed my final returns aa N 105 ft, W, run'.i 105 .. .''': r' 13 in Orig Town -Jr ',' :x e. .,! 'i s 100% E 100' to Beg 84 I fl'' 3.*. H Charlotte. Jones '7./1 523.5% NWly 113,5* t",I! ,

executrix of the eata.te.ot General ft, S 105 ft, E 105 .t of Starke J. Mrs W. T.-. U iah&U. lfU5' Coin at Int 9f Nly ._- for POB, N 1185, .: '
Lee Kersey deceased; that It to POB t to'- 1 E 46% ft..of lots 1. .. 't':' \ : : ,:' :t 't Bdry. of Gr Rd &; ," Wly on N'' Line -i .
I have filed my,petition for distfitutlon 8/li Lester Preratt tt.,, 3 of BUt Ex .. '. 55'% .
Com at SE X 18. 3 / 4 ((\ ;Io- ;( Wly Bdry of Ely: 1 Sly 1100, .' .
cor .
dUchFge .
ana for final of.i { I...
26ft&EZR/Win :.'._ ,.. .'. 900' of NWKf; SEly 102 to POB 24 S
Sec 4 s. 28.-
: t C.C..
run W .- Hogan .. 17.98
4th.
and that on May : .
IIi Orig Town of Ji )I; ?' : NEK Tna Ely: t. Lot 2'deseas .
ft Beg
mi. Friday at 11:" ...H.spprevtl tor for a J .J pr : at '.. .1_
Starke 208.71
L. JL Caaet 403.60 to
of aald final returns roB Run N 105 t POB f' : NW cor of SWK .
ft. W : E 21.36 ft of Lots 1 N 104.35. Ely .. ...r SEK of ",
aDd for an order of dimtrlbntloaand 210 ft, s ; : Zc' ,., .: NEK
for final diacharge as executrix 105 ft, E %10 ft to ;' ;;, .. ..% _. 4 3 of Blk 19 Ex ." 'r..., 208.71 Sly 104.35. '; ., ;, then run 8 11 "
of tae will'' of General POB 2>' i !Z i S 32 ft in Orig .J" Wly 208.71 PB. SS' Z2', Southern State Const legs 30 .min, E 48 Ft'

Le Kersey. Com 91 ft Not.' SE ;. Lester. Preyatt .. 89.39 Town of Starke l' 'L.A."C1sova: ,' .++. -24748 ..' -, a:.. Supply Co.. & .* 49.70 ft ..to POB N 45 :. r-. ':. f ,

April u&! I cor of SWof = 1 Lot Desc! In Or Bk 'J, : rt .>:, ).. SH-' ,jt SW3'' .dl{ a4.":" : doge E 775 ft, 8, : f .

'INEZ ANDKRSON, NW & rUn W 16-Pg 186 Beiner--;1- '-'t-rat,. : : F NWIi 25 I 22.?., 20 Dorothy Streeter Z3.Beg .43 142 ft, 8 45 delta .

Executrix I S3* ft, N 31 tt, E a Triangle Be- ./ : .',' '!.' at Int of W > ..f W 140 ft, N1 ;'' :

THOMAS 4 PIERCE 339! ft. S t1 ft to'I tween Sal R/R .& : .. R/W.Hwy 104-A degs 30 rain. W .. 4< 4 .

Attorneys at Law POB 11 ra'. : Thompson St 1&1'. a Joe C. Warren et al /.${ 4 N R/W of RR ;'v! IOU ft to.FOB 24 S 22'2 Jana E. Hnstoa 22.88

203-205 North Temple AT.. Lot 9 of Bit t in l ;>;' Lucile. Easton. < .. 14.52 Com at SW cor of : .- .. W 18'OZ'y : 'V"* t 1 Lot in SE coy. of J' ::{' ]. --

tft rke. Florida Sunny Acres. SID \ An....... 't".A_ Wamnt 4; Adkina r-:.. .. ....+ _' .t "_ ': ...;_ 208.71. E 228.11'' >. 8H. of NtfK of. :. '._ ,
tIN .... .. .
4.11.U i- to ..,
,. vuJ. LII & run W 214 ft'r i .-.f : : ? ; W. R/W of -2: NWK of NW''M'. '
ComollWaideot Rd %00 ,\ i -. S 110 ft. E 214f .f. : ". : .J .' Hwy, S oa W ,.'* being IDS ft N 4 .

COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N from -S tine 200 of ft \ .". '.' t,.N 110'ft to POB 28 I;.Yk L." A. Cane, 47.20 RJW 212.39 to Beg 35 I 22 !.l Pauline Evaaa 19.84 S by 110 ft E 4 'y.:3".: _. .

D AND FOR BRADFORD SEK of SWK 4 '," Lot 3 of Blk Yin .._ N',4 of NEK Ex 4 '. W Ex E SO" 25 8 rJ'JobDnle L. "Ptowars 0,31I
h
COUNTY FLORIDA. run N 204 ft W \ ; L T &; Cos S/D j ':" ; Lourenia, P.obinlO1i.11 3/4 A E of Dirt :' Com at SE eor of :.' .. ; 'u j to .

In re: PatREeINS. 215.65' S 1I1.' .. .;, .Lot 2 of Blk 15 laT I. t..t,:."- Rd&WcfHD SWK of NWK .,.:,,' ..J.. _
OLA 1[. dec. E to POB ; > 4 7 23 79 Mrs. A. A. Williamson 04.5E 4 run N 350 ftfora
21 tt; 1 Golda Kania 41.51 L 4; Cos SID Metta Harmon 12.29 Rdof Ii \ ;;.
NOTICE TO CBEDITORSAll 1 Lot in : -H" NEK -of NE FOB run W : .. ; ,
SE .
cor of '" 1
of the estate of W 62' .of Lots 8 4: .. 330 r" _
creditors ... K of ft. r '
Qls, M. Perkins, deceased, are of W%R 'of 8 W Bit 1 S i. '". ..'.0.,>.:,1"-,. s. >3:. 4 of Bit 16 in L ,, r:' : f' :.:r W lA NEK Ex 9 T 21 4 I E3S ttftN8SG POB 25 2Z' 2 MtonJe Jone. 12.61
105 j' : Nathaniel dark 4.11 ,
ft. d T 4 Con -S/D .. /r h
hereby notified and required to NASbY10ttE .;-.1 Cant,. Coleman. 28.9S Com at BE of Lot JO, of Blk A to '
file any claims or demands : E34 of Lot 1' 4 2 of <...!; "' cor .. Beach ;:
4: W: In 81\ Cypress BID A, w.'Dobb11.11
hate against Temples .f t ; :_ ; Blk 17 ia L T 4 % of NE% 4 .; -, .
which they may S/Dex H un Dir : ; + ; ran N 460 ft for Lot 32 of Blk A in ; 9\ ? ? .
the J :
of
skid estate In the office Cos SID Rndolaa Colemaa n....
Int ; A:
a POB.- Cyprus Beach SID L. 18.91
W. Jadsoa
of Bradford Coun 21: U' -' run Lloyd
Judge ClUB K. 'r .
county DowUnr 80.38 E of Lots 142 'if"'l : :
Florida, in the courthouse An. Un Dir H Int $ .J.. .: ". 500 ft. X 65 ft. E Cora at NE cor of :]? 1' _
ty Florida. within alx In 1 Lot in SE ... .' of BIlE 18 ia LT. 500 ft. S 65 ft to '. X NWK ruD'W. I. .
calendar at Starke.months from the date cor of WH by Blk.> 0 < '; : L; : .' 4; COB BID "1t., ; Joe Col"ma.a. 19.42 POB; I 7C lily: 1 Nora Sntton t.11 1227% 8 24 deg W .

of the first publication of this 1 SGt. R 2 W [ Lots 8 & W C? of ..,. ,. : SE of NW't 7 2V toT.. J. Alderman 11.%' 180. B 70 deg...35 .... ';.
:
Botlce. Each claim or demandmust 105'. N 4 S By'.. t r. ; i 'J1 Lot 4 ot.BIk.15 ia .. Com at NW cor of \. min U .l' for :. i.l.hJ.i.;..
be In and must 210' E 4 W ii 'l : : L T 4 Cos S/D a :- ; Mary s Colones L i ;.. 11", 9 E,4 of POB 8 24 deg W ::='f .; r.- .
tate the p writing Temple. BID 21 i.--1\ WH of Lota 142: ., ',;, ""''''\-r'.; ''. ..:; NEK 4 SWK ran of B I72.T to' Lake ., ..w. '.
tiordoa
eadoreae of the Tkosap1 son t, of Blk 19 ia LT. -'li ., SEly on Lake 50'N .. ,
office 1
and post 460 ft S 308 ft .. '.
'S. : '
't" C'hev Ins .II 24 deg E to 8 ; : < '': :'.
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and must be sworn to Beg at SW 4 Cos SDof An'r"a. W "-'tI' : '
claimant cor of f' Gibson U.56 431 ft N 235 O Rd. SO1 .
by the claimant his agent or NEB of SWK "f" 'j a' w% Lots 344 ... .. to POB 7 7 tI i r .. JLetlM Mate.*., 457.18 R/WPOBor 25 8 2? :P H.-Rogera
tt will become MID N PrtnTdin 16.71
or ,
Ms .attorney 395 ft of Bik87'In LT" Corn at NB ofSEK ,
cor
to law. SEly 423.3 .1 po., i ... 1 Lot 47 in Indian '. : -
'void'according 4Cos ;
ft. S/D -
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1943. S 179 ft r -+.t! Frances locaa: of NB K of .; ; ,.... 1'-;" i Beach '. WhWdoa
April 17. W 347 : ; -' i Williams SEK run W 620 T. D. 8?. UI."
.n rry ._ "
ft to i ", ,- tIt -.: -. *
McDonall POB i' R Lot 22
fa Indian
T. L. Ex
1 I
S 50 ft of .lot 4.,of .. .i to.N RWof t. : '._
Y-i' .
Estate of Lot _
the in .
of : ,
Beach
Executor Blk 33 In LT f Cor Rd for '- '. Cllffort T/PfeJwt* 179.8'

Ota M. Perkins, deceased.April 19, tt ft E N 2V"8Lot t '. &'Coa SID. '.' !f Frank L .Wllliamn to., ; POB Coat W 780 .. -.:; W 601 of E 180of .

,*First publication oa E1 I 22 Sam Williams ft al Jut i .. ft. S 406 ft to NRW l ; : : S-U.- fLot.10t."A. .
: ;, et &l .U.1t #' toll : i r : .t : .
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Thomas US M 4 pierceAttorney 10 1 ia thru'N Reno C of Blk S/D .' ..' t Lots 2, 4 of Blk 40 : -. :. -r NEly along of Co.Rd: Rd.to ,. i. z : .. r. .'', Shore Blk 1 Santa* F. .. ,-. C. 'Q'.6' "t' .
Law. Leslye Best 4 Inei + In L T &; 'Coa SID '.. Lull } .r or 108.11
orth ,Ave.6urke. :; Hightower 111..S. .: .. I 4 Lonnie. ,.Jackson FOB 10 7 21:f.i 3.2 ElitaketU C. Fowler 161 ; ,'. : i
Temple
203-205 Lots 6 4 7 ....Ilk).. # 1I J.. R. KELLY
; of Blk IS .: ; -- -h .SW14.of SW K of .1' >
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la N NE
t-a- U-i-t.. -Reao SID :kLeroy Long. Jt. Jt.U L T 4 Cos BID, tlrJ L. 2.- '" 1'il ttr 10 'Prej Cole est -. 11'w rTAX, COULKOTOa ,
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