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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 17, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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T t Mid ''Register'' Accepts As Head Coach In Panama City IB



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BHS head football coach I "I have accepted the posi- Quarterback Club and all Bradford High is in good stone Conference championships

and athletic director Lennard tion of athletic director and those who ,worked with our hands. I believe that the and won 54 games r-
a ..ai Register announced this week head football coach of Bay athletic program so closely, Tornadoes will continue to while losing only 14 and tying ,
that he_has accepted a similar County High School in Pan for the assistance and encouragement lead sports in the Keystone '5. .

position at Bay County ama City. Florida. This po- they gave to me j t'' Conference and this area. The Tornadoes of Coach

High 'School in Panama City sition will present a chal- as coach at BHS. I shall always -, "I would also like to express Register have gone 28

No replacement has yet lenge to me as well as an opportunity cherish the memories I' my appreciation to the straight games without a defeat -
been announced but' assist to advance in the of my association with the | Bradford County Telegraphfor and have won the last 21 k.vr L
antfootball and track coach coaching profession. Bradford Tornadoes. 11 the coverage it has givenour in a row. None of his teams ,

David Hurse is the top candidate 'It is with deep feeling "They not only gave their 'f' football teams. has ever posted a losing sea :
for the job. and mixed emotions that I best to make Bradford High "Again I say 'Thank You' :son.

q R Register's announcement leave Bradford High and you School tops in athletics but ,I to everyone who so graciously His' teams' records by year .
g'' 8 that he'wouJd'leave BradfordCounty fine people. The relationshipsI at all times set an example helped give us eight very are:

tY lIrM A 7 r after eight years, have enjoyed with, k you have of sportsmanship and high happy years with you. May 1955-7-3. I'I

seven of them ,as head foot- meant a great deal to me and moral character."No God continue to bless this 1956641. -

ball, and athletic director my family. .1 should especially finer tribute can be fine community." 195764. RegisterTo
was made public last night like During his seven year 1958-7-2-1.
to thank my assist- made to these fine young Leave BHS
stint as head grid mentor at 1959-7-1-2.
along with the following ant coaches principal, fellow men. As I leave I go feeling' BHS Register's teams have 1960-10-0-1.
I ; After 8 Years.
-....,f'- statement:' teachers, student body that the athletic program of won five consecutive Key- ..1961110..-


BHS Seniors Board Train For New York


Pictured is the scene at Starke railroad sta tion last Sunday afternoon as 99 BHS Seniors 'BRADFORD

1 Md 22 chaperones prepared to board train for a five-day trip to Washington, D. C. and New COUNTYTELEGRAPH

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Drought Worstn
Official County Publication Established In 1879

Seven Years VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA, -mmEB.FOB.'l'Y.SIX
THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962
Hike
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Supplement Survey Reveals -..

For New Building : Inquest SetNegro ,

Crops forests and lawns in x
Asked For CoachesIn north central Florida are ex-

periencing the worst drought Raise Only $25,000 Bond Issue ___

in seven years a Telegraph survey Killed

the face of pleas by a done in some towns because. revealed Thursday.In .

group of sports enthusiasts, its finances are limited. "We Bradford county less thannehalf .! Atty. Gen Advises Fair Group .
the Bradford County School can't even operate a canteenat > an inch of rain has S x. b.

Board stood pat Tuesday football games" he said fallen the past two weeks according ,

night in its. belief that coach- referring to the Band Parents to reports from three .The Bradford County, Fair group. )i- i Policeman
ing supplements at Bradford monopoly on concessions. In fire tower stations. Association' ? in 'i compliance Thomas told the board that'it By

High School should not be spite of its limited funds Hol- Reports from markets and with a letter from'the FloridaAttorneY'Oeneral's..office might be possible for the ', 'S ti t
hiked without a review of the liday said the QuarterbackClub the forestry service have placed decided county to raise $25,000 additionally -

entire supplement set-up. spent around $300 for I the drought in the categoriesof Mondayevening: : to raise on an open-end mort- ,

Conceding that "it's been a jackets and $500 for sports "soon to be serious" and is $25,000 through a bond Issue gage which could then be used Shooting Termed 1

long time". since any changeswer banquets .last season. I,already critical. for'' a ,new building at the to match state funds at a later '

$ made in the scale whereby -, Tuesday's meeting was At Brooker M. O. Harrell county,Jalr grounds. Matching date when the latter becomes .
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> school personnel performing sparked by reports that BHS who manages the Farmers funds by the state would beavailable available. AccidentalA

extra Market told the Telegraph "the presently for that .. ., .. ._
services received supplements head coach Lennard Registerhad Board President, R. H. Mc- F -- '"- "' ---
'to their teaching accepted a position as situation critical is serious and could amount the letter stated. Intire, who presided at Mon- Starke Police Chief William F. Rosser points to the blood coroner's jury will be empaneled here next Thurs-

salaries, Supt. H. P. Morgan athletic director at Panama become if we do not Originally the board hadplimnecon' day night's meeting told mem- encrusted 12 guage shotgun taken from three Negroes who day at 9:30 a. m. to consider the fatal 'shooting of a
agreed to 'a suggestion by, City next season, and that Assistant get rain. a bond ,issue for bers that some $7,500 had already -
35-year-old Negro as he sought to elude.Starke police
State Climatologist Kieth were scuffling with it and the knives shown at lola Littles'Cafe
Board, Member Rodney P. Coach Dave Hurse had $50,000 --providing as much been pledged by persons
Butson of the University of in Reno Saturday night. The fight occurred just beforea Saturday night in Reno. .
Hall that all would be
supplements be )been offered a better positionin matching money asking for the bonds. The
-reviewed at the next board Gainesville. Florida described the over-all available'from: the ,state. board has until June 15 to I' Starke policeman fatally shot another Negro as he ran from Willie James Lewis. Negro prison parolee] from

meeting-- to rain fall from January on as the scene to avoid questioning.The Tampa convicted on a manslaughter charge was fatally -
what if
see anything Although the sports fans It appears now, that the ad- complete sale of the issue, he
'could be done. apparently had little hope of being "out-standingly low when ditional"amount 'will'possiblybe said. I. shotgun, the open knife, and one of the shells are all shot by Starke Policeman Harry Pride Sat-

At the present time, Head still keeping Register, they compared: with other years since available'at'a1 later date, "One problem confronting! covered with dried blood. Two Negroes were cut in the fracas. urday night as police sought to question 'him in con-

Coach :Lennard Register's ,thought a raise in supplement 1916. according: A,-J..Thomas Jr., us is to make sure we gef- nection with a knife and gun fight at lola Littles'

teaching salary is supplemented might be a factor in retaining J. R. Wainwright manager attorney for the Bradford some good exhibits," Chair- Cafe on East Brownlee Street. Lewis broke and ran .
by '$600 annually; for his Hurse or, employing a new of the Starke Farmers Market man McIntire told the direc. Circuit Court OpensGilLMurder as officers attempted to halt him to answer routine
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\ duties as coach. Assistant said that the prolonged dry .
coach in' the future. questions."The .
Coach Dave Hurse receives a Supt. Morgan said "I don't period was reaching a point"of tors.Attorney Thomas who has bath" Rosser said as he re-

supplement ,of $400. think we can start bidding seriousness, the worst in sevenyer'a City EmployeesMoyWbrT been speaking ,to local civic .TrialSet shooting was purely called', the scene as'toe Negroes I
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?Spokesmen.tpfoi ..-j.theangroup : fort personnel *,ln -our" :!school. ,.. _.. ... _, groups the past two weeks; eeidentai."Poliee disembarked. Ope of
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.. who asked for a special -! Our School Board hasn't got At the Bradford Forestry explaining the bond issue informed I Rosser said Tuesdayand the; women had blood "all
meeting of the board in' the money to operate on that station, Ranger Jake Prevatt the directors that attendance For Sometime In JuneThe gave the following account over her" he said from a
of the incident
the courthouse Tuesday night basis. We' have. ,to operate in has cautionbd against burningof During Vacation at fairs in Florida : cut on her face and one of
'said, that other schools in the terms of what we have." any kind until rain arrives. exceeded that of all sports The police were called at the men had a cut hand.

area are supplementing their He added that a raise in "The forests are tinderdryand :In a 'brief meeting Tues- events last year. first degree murder head' ,coach's salary by as one supplement without reviewing the situation dangerous", day Starke's city council de- "This should be encourag- trial: of William Thomas Gill to murder in connectionwith night to investigate a disturbance -! the Negroes but three knives
} much as $1.200 and the assistant all others might havea Ranger Prevatt said. cided that city employees ing to all of us" he conclud- Jr. will likely be held in June the shooting of another at the Littles' place I and a 12 guage single-barrel

coach as high as $800. bad effect on the morale of A few scattered showers the could work during their va- ed.Bonds Judge John A. H. Murphreesaid Lawtey; Negro. Eugene Mack. in which a group of Negroeswere I shotgun were found under
[At least one school is the other school personnel. "We past two weeks have only cation and receive double pay for the issue would Monday as the spring Cases in wrath pleas of guilty said to be fighting with the seat of the automobile.The .

'area is loythan BHS. have to consider the over-all slightly alleviated the situation during that period "only be dated June 1, 1962 and bear term; of Circuit Court opened were made were: guns and knives. When they gun, a knife, and one of

Green Cove Springs gives its effect," he said.J. and only in local areas.A when absolutely necessary. interest at the rate of five and here with the arraignment of Willie arrived officers found the the several slxtgun shells
head coach a supplement of D. :ymour said that a majority of county agentsin The question arose when one-half per cent interest. defendants and the setting of James Lee Negro resisting fray already ended and the! found, were all covered with
an officer centenced
$500.1 I winning football team is an northern counties were in Police Chief William F. Ros- Denominations of $50 $100 trial dates. participants pitting in a car blood the chief said. Rosser
to 18
months in
H. A. Bishop Jr. said the invaluable asset to the school agreement that 90 degree temperatures ser requested that he be al- $500 and $1,000 would be Two Jacksonville psychia- jalLMonroe outside the Littles' place. surmised 'that the shell got

board could find a way to and the entire community. of late will bring lowed to let three of Starke's available with interest begin- trists, Dr. William H. McCul- Carter, charged Rosser said he ordered the, bloody as one of the Negroes

raise the coaching supplementif Starke has gained widespread crisis within the next week If six man police force work on ning December I, 1963. Bonds laugh and Dr. William N. with two counts of receiving occupants two men and two I unloaded the gun.
it wanted to. "We've got a .favorable publicity from its rain does not arrive. II through their vacation and I would be payable at both local Chambers have been appointed property and breaking and women, all Negroes from Lewis entered the pictureas
good thing going; let's keep winning team, and football banks. by the court to examine three of' the Negroes were
The receive entering, inves-
drought is also taking! regular pay plus remuneration pre-sentence Maxville out of the car.
*Jt," he said in referring to helps support the school's en- it's toll in south Georgia coun.] for the extra First mortgage on all fair Gill on May 22 and make a [Continued on Page 6] arrested and loaded into a
Bradford's five consecutivetitle tire athletic program, he said. ties with dairying and tobacco work. The council already association property includingreal report. The 25-year-old former "It looked like a blood police car. .

wins in the Keystone "You and I can never being hard hit. II had a policy against such a estate and improvements insurance company em-" "Lewis eame up and was

Conference.If agree." Morgan told,the group, When will rain come? move written into the min- would secure the bonds. ploye has entered a plea of $' r, arguing with one of the
the board fails to raise "because you apparently feej I utes but relented for this The Board voted to meet not guilty by reason of insanity prisoners about his car being
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According to advice
the supplement. Bishop sug- that football is the key to the from only when it learn- every Monday night. It ex- in the shotgun! slayingof parked in the Littles' drive-
the year was
past seasons, last two weeks kyt
gested getting the money entire school situation. If a of ed that the police departmentas pects to have a report from 17-year-old Linda Hopkins s 4 y < I way and seemed to be involved
May normally bring
from other sources possibly high school must be dependent increas-I well as all others except the building committee at the in Starke last April 15. ." the chief stated.
supplementing out of the on football for its success ing thunder ,showers. I [Continued on Page 6] next meeting. Another case high on the Rosser said he shined a
school athletic fund or by it's come to a sorry pass," he docket is the manslaughter! flashlight on Lewis and called

public subscription.In added. trial of Burnell Hershell Dyal i iI him as the Negro walked

regard to the athletic S&n. Charley E. Johns said I of Starke who pleaded not' away, but to no avail

fund, A. N. Holliday. president that "football is in a class by i guilty Monday. Trial date II'II'i "About thav tune" Rosser

of the Quarterback Club, itself the public demands I was set for next Tuesday at tr stated "Someone shouted
said. "They had the test year a winning team. He said that : 9:30 a. m. Dyal is charged in 'He's the one with the gun'
they ever had last season. the death of Jeanette Wilker- :
at on time the football coach and Lewis broke and ran
$9,000 came through the till, 24, of Gainesville who!
was paid more than the president son through the crowd. Accord-
but they say they're broke i of the University of was killed March 18 when a' ing to the chief there were

now.tJHoll1day Florida."It .car driven by the defendant -I 1 about 2nn persons gathered

said the Quarter- appears to.me that you overturned near Brooker. at the scene.

.. back Club had no funds to people are saying football is Dyal is now serving concur- Reddish Resigns Deputy Post Rosser then ran after Lewis -
supplement salaries, as is rent sentences of six months
more important than teach- for about 50 yards, told
ing," Morgan said repeatedly to two years and six monthsto i Dolph Reddish, third from left, was the honor guest Mon- him to stop twice and fired
five in the State Prison -
r4VV.V V years day night at a farewell sapper given by the Sheriff's Depart- once into the air. Lewis ran
V V at Raiford on two moon-
In addition to suggestingthat _'. 4 .- 4 : ment in the American Legion halL Pictured with the retiring on, knocking down an elder
to which he
% shine convictions
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all supplements be reviewed earlier pleaded guilty. deputy are (from left) Sheriff P. D. Reddish, his father; Circuit ly white man Roy Tomllnson -

'Sunday May 20 F at the next meeting, k Other cases called Mondayby Judge George L. Fatten, presenting gift; and State Attor and trampling over him.
Tomllnson is in "good could
Hall asked that a report from
; Judge Murphree were: ney Ted Duncan.
l:30to3OOP.M.National I. y .
the school athletic fund also tion" in the Bradford County
The forgery case of Carolyn Reddish resigned his post to accept a position as mechanicin Hospital
Guard
be .made, available- _. .. Tison, Starke Negress, charged the State Maintenance Shop at Camp Blending Besides
With Rosser still giving
Armories. > After ClearingAnd Before with the theft of three several gifts, he received a number of testimonials from of-
Elks Dance Set Jaycees Change chase Lewis ran north across
welfare checks from the mail- ficials
Starke And _. present commending him on his record as a deputy Brownlee Street into a vacant -
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Saturday NightAll ToPlayground box of another Negro women, sheriff. lot The chief said he
Camp Blinding Jungle Victoria Barnes. The Tison 1_
stumbled and
fen down
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x.;. woman pleaded not guilty and
Publit'lnvited members of Starke
the darkness -'jiwl Officer
'Lodge No.. 1802 B.P.O. Elks trial was set Monday at 9:30: G E Plant To Be Built In This Area Pride raced past him after

arc cordially invited to attend .,, I a. m. Lewis.
.. -' -- Just &I. _Rosser was
Armed a dance at the Elks Lodge: A playground area for small Also set for Monday is the Another step forward for pletion scheduled for early in. getting to his feet he' said

t.Saturday :night, May 19. children has been cleared Inthe '-,' .. trial of .Leslie May a formerGainesville area industry came Tuesday 1963. Plans are to employ be- he saw the flash of Pride's
Forces Day quests are invited to accompany Saratoga Heights area ina I II' man who pleadednot night when General ElectricCo. tween 200 and 300 persons by service revolver.-

I', each member. Refresh- Joint push by the Starke "S wt !f I I guilty to check forgery announced plans to build the end of next year, with Increased -. Pride had' stumbled across
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; ments 'wifl l be served. Proceeds Jaycees and City Councilman : ; I charges. He is accused of a plant for production of new- employment in the a railroad crossUe.( lying in

'i of $1.50 per couple will, Carl Hurst. _. forging the name of J. E. type batteries at Hague, 12 future. i the vacant lot. a* he attempted
into thebuilding.fund of Mallard of Gainesville to a I
go According to Recreation Director miles northwest of Gainesville

The plant will be built on to fire! Into the air
I the lodge. Buddy Elliott "It will check for $5.85 and cashing it on U. 8. 441. a 165-acre tract which GE' the bullet striking Lewis In

This Space Contributed II t.I take a few years to developthe ...., ,. at a Starke truck :stop. The new plant will be about purchased in 1956. The comp the back of the head. The
Weekly. to< Publicize-' I I" .Correction,! : playground to its fun capacity Alma Luerck of Wilson 28 miles from Starke and any's plans for construction cf Negro died in an ambulance
but plans have been Road. Starke pleaded not will likely afford employment
4V a plant at that time were can on the way to the hospital,
Community Events by I The Telegraph was in error made for its future develop V guilty to a charge of moonshine opportunities to workers in ed off due to the business recession Rosser said

I last week when it stated ment. Present I plans I that both Mr and Mrs. Gene construct a ball field for small >... 9:30 a. m. Wednesday. May within easy communting dis was retained.
manslaughter from Tampa
The CommunityState j r Pearson are members of the children in the near future .. tance. Hague is near Lacrosse -
23.A The plant will produce' a after serving time in the
f newly appointed five-man recreation for unorganized play*. Future pre-sentence investigationwas only a short distance I State
Prison at Raiford for
Bank I board. Mrs. Raymond plans call for playground apparatus Undeveloped for several ned for the area to supple- ordered for Claude Myers, beyond the Bradford County new type rechargable battery I shooting another Negro. He

I'W. Bryan is the correct mem- tor small children, : ears, the. area was shorn of ment the Pratt Street play- Lawtey Negro who last week: line at Broom which is expected to revolutionize came to State May 7 from

ber of the board not Mrs. shuffleboard. tennis courts, :its dense swamp growth in the ground which is now used for, pleaded.guilty to aggravated : Construction is expected to the appliance industry; Clearwater ',with the Catttb,

i Pearson. and a picnic area. past several weeks. It.is.plan- children of.all ages. assault, Myers originally] was* begin this summer with corn- in the next few years. ____I Icon ii4 on Page II

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1i .'''Register Accents As Head Coach in Panama *City J ..* '



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BHS head football coach!'I "I have accepted the posi- Quarterback Club, and all! : Bradford High is in good stone Conference championships I i
0 and athletic director Lennard tion of athletic director
and those who worked with our hands. I believe that the and won 54 games
Register announced this week head football coach of Bay athletic program so closely, Tornadoes will fl74 ,
i v >zp iI i continue to while losing only 14 and tying
that he has
I U accepted a similar County High School In Panama for the assistance and en- lead sports in the Keystone 5.

position. at Bay County City Florida. This position couragement they gave to me Conference and this area. The Tornadoes of Coach ,

J High School in Panama City. will present a challenge as coach at BHS. I shall aI-I "I would also like to express Register have gone 28

3 replacement has yet to me as well as an op- ways cherish the memories I my appreciation to the straight games without a defeat -

been announced, but.assist- portunity to advance in the of my association with the : Bradford County Telegraph and have won the last 21
ant' football and track coach ,
coaching profession. Bradford Tornadoes. for the coverage it has givenour In a row. None of his teams
David Hurse is the top cand- 'It Is with
deep feeling "They not only theirbest football
gave teams. has ever posted a losing sea
idate for the job.Register's and mixed emotions that I [
to make Bradford High "Again I say 'Thank You'to son.

announcement leave Bradford; High and you School tops in athletics, but everyone who so graciously His' teams' records by yea r
thai he.wOUd'leave] Bradford'C I fine people. The relationshipsI at all
times
set an example helped give us eight very are:
.Yt ty after eight years ,I have enjoyed with, you have of sportsmanship and high happy years with you. May 1955-7-3. ;
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t 4 r _$ ., seven of them as head football meant a great deal to me and moral character."No God continue to bless this 1956- -4-l. ....... 11"1_

and athletic; director my family. I should especially -i finer tribute can be fine community." 1957-6-4. Register

__ was made public last night like to thank my assist- made to these fine young During his seven year 1958-7-2-1. To Leave BHS
% along with the stint as head grid mentor at 1959-7-1-2. \
following ant I
coaches, principal fel-
men. As I leave I go feeling II BHS
I Register's teams havewon 1960 10-0-1.
statement After 8 Yean.
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=<' >Ifi;; ;" ::"-' low teachers, student body that the athletic- .nrosrram' -_-' --- of-- n __ _fiVE_._ rnnOPt'nt.fvfI___:____._ _'R'pv_.. .vv-.v.HIR111n

: BHS Seniors Board Train For New York #



' Pictured is the scene at Starke railroad station last
Sunday afternoon as 99 BHS Seniors

i and 22 chaperones prepared to board train for a five-day trip to Washington, D. C. and New BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH

f York. City. The group is scheduled to arrive back in Starke at 10:30 a.m. Friday. i



\ Morgan Demurs
( Drought WorstIn

Official County Publication Established In 1879


Supplement Hike Seven Years VOLUME, EIGHTY-THREE, ST.tRKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY., MAY 17 1962 NUMBER-FO&TY-SIX
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Survey RevealsCrops -

For New
Building
I Inquest SetNegro
,
: forests and lawns in

Asked For CoachesIn north central Florida are experiencing -

the worst drought Raise Only $25,000 Bond Issue

in seven years a Telegraph sur- Killed

the face of pleas by a done in some towns, because vey revealed Thursday. k-Ya o1il

group of sports enthusiasts, its finances are limited. "We In Bradford county less than Atty. Gen. Advises Fair Group 0

the Bradford County School can't even operate a canteen one-half an inch of rain has

Board stood pat Tuesday at football he fallen the past two weeks according -
games, said,, .
night in its belief that coach- referring to the Band Parents to reports from three ..The Bradford County, Fair group.

ing supplements at Bradford monopoly on concessions. In fire tower stations. Association' I n' .compliance Thomas told the board thatit By Policeman

High School should not be spite of its limited funds, Hol Reports from markets and with a letter from'the Florida might be possible for the :

hiked without a review of the liday said the QuarterbackClub the forestry service have placed Attorney 'General's:,office decided county to raise $25,000 addi-

entire supplement set-up. spent around $300 for the drought in the categoriesof ,Monday,'evening to raise tionally on an open-end mort- "

Conceding that "it's been a jackets and $500 for sports "soon to be serious" and is $25,000 through a bond Issue gage which could then be used

long tune" since any changes banquets last season.Tuesday's already critical. for' a new building at thecountYfair to match state funds at a later Shooting Termed

were made in the scale where- meeting was At Brooker, M- O. Barrel : grounds. Matching date, when the latter becomes ..

by school? personnel perform- sparked by reports that BHS who manages the Farmers funds by the state would be available. AccidentalA

ing extra services received sup head coach Lennard Market told the Telegraph "the available 'presently for that Board _
Register President, R. H. Me- t"'V"ii' plements to their teaching, had situation is serious and could amount, the letter stated.
accepted a position as Intire, who presided at Mon-
f salaries Supt. H. p. Morgan i athletic director at Panama become critical if we do not Originally the board had day night's meeting told mem- Starke Police Chief William F. Rosser points to the blood coroner's jury will be empaneled here next Thurs-

agreed to a suggestion by City next season, and that As get rain." pl nned.on'a: bond issue for bers that some $7,500 had already encrusted 12 guage shotgun taken from three Negroes who, day at 9:30 a. m. to consider the fatal 'shooting of a

Board ,Member Rodney P.11 sistant Coach Dave Hurse had State Climatologist KiethButson $50,000providing as much been pledged by persons were scuffling with it and the knives shown at Tola Littles' 35-year-old Negro as he sought to elude.Starke police

Hall that all supplements befe'viewed been offered a better positionin of the University of matching money would be asking for the bonds. The Cafe in Reno Saturday night. The fight occurred just beforea Saturday night in Reno. ,

at the next board Gainesville. Florida described the over-all available;/-from' the ,state.It board has until June 15 to Starke policeman fatally shot another Negro as he ran from Willie James Lewis Negro prison parolee from

meeting- to see what, if anJ- Although the sports fans rain fall from January on as appears now,that the ad complete sale of the issue, he the scene to avoid questioning.The Tampa convicted on a manslaughter charge was fatally -

thing-:could be done. apparently had little hope ofstill being Mout-standingly low when ditional'amount I possiblybe said. shotgun, the open knife, and one of the shells are all i shot by Starke Policeman Harry Pride Sat-

Coach At the, present time, Head keeping Register, they 1916.compared with other years Since avaUable at"a: later date, "One problem confrontingus covered with dried blood. Two Negroes were cut in the fracas. urday night as police sought to question him in con-

"Lennard 'Register'steaching thought a raise in supplement according to A.Thomas Jr., is to make sure we gee nection, with a knife and gun fight at lola Littles'

salary is supplemen- might be a factor in retaining J. R. Wainwright, manager attorney ,for the Bradford some good exhibits," Chair- Cafe on East Brownlee Street. Lewis broke .
teti by of the 'Starke Farmers Market Circuit I and ran
$600 annually for his Hurse Court Opens
or. employing a new man Mclntire told the direc- as officers attempted to halt him to
duties said answer routine
as coach. Assistant coach hi' the future. that the prolonged dry,

Coach Dave Hurse receives' a Supt. Morgan said "I don't period was reaching a point"ot tors.Attorney questions."The bath "
Thomas
who has Rosser said as he recalled -
supplement ,of $400.. think we can start bidding seriousness, the worst in seven City EmployeesMayWork! been speaking, to local civic .GillMurder( TrialSet' : shooting was purely Uie t
: .. .. scene asf the Nejroes -
.Spokasmen'\;: foc4.. t.he.tan: ,''Ioi personnel -,in 'our-5Choo1. y .s. ...- ... '" 1 1I :<< group the past two weeks; ncddentaJ.'JJPolic Chief WO- disembarked J ,

grouP. who asked for a spe- "Our School'Board hasn't got At the Bradford Forestry I 1 explaining the bond issue, informed liam F. Rosser said Tuesday the; One of ,

'cial l ,meeting of the board in the money to operate on that station, Ranger Jake Prevatt the directors that attendance For Sometime In JuneThe and gave the following account over women her," he had said blood, from"all I'
a
the courthouse Tuesday night, basis. We have ''to operate in has cautioned against burning During Vacation at fairs in Florida of the incident: cut on her face
and one of
said, that other schools in.the terms of what we have." of any kind until rain arrives. exceeded that of all sports The police were called at the men had a cut hand.

area head'are supplementing their He added that a raise In "The forests are tinderdryand 'In 'a brief meeting Tuesday events last year. first degree murder charged with assault with intent approximately 8:30: Saturday No weapons were, found on

.coach's salary by asmuch one; supplement without reviewing the situation dangerous", St rte's.city council decided "This should be encourag- trial of William Thomas Gill to murder in connectionwith night to investigate a dis- the Negroes, but three knives
as $1,200, and the assistant all others, might havea Ranger Prevatt said. ing to all of he conclud turbance at the Littles'
place
i that city employees us Jr. will likely be held in June, the shooting of another and a 12 guage single-barrel
: coach as high as $800. bad effect on the morale of: A few scattered showers the could work during their vacation ed.Bonds Judge John A- H. Murphree Lawtey Negro Eugene Mack. iu which a group of Negroes shotgun were found under

[At least one school is the other school personnel. "We past two weeks have only and receive double pay for the issue would aid Monday as the spring Cases in were said to be fighting with the seat of the automobile.

area is lower than BHS. have to consider the over-all slightly alleviated the situation during that period "only be dated June I, 1962 and bear term of Circuit Court opened made wrach pleas of guilty guns and knives. When they The gun a knife and one of
were
Green Cove Springs gives its : effect," he said and only in local areas.A when absolutely necessary." interest at the rate of five and here with the arraignment of were: arrived officers found the the )everal shptgun shells

head coach a supplement of J. D. i a:"ymour said that a majority of county agents The Question arose when one-half per cent interest. defendants and the setting of Willie James Lee, Negro, resisting fray already ended and the found were all covered with

$500.1H. winning football team is an in northern counties were in Police Chief William P. Ros- Denominations of $5Q, $100, trial dates. an officer, centencedto participants sitting in a car blood, the chief said. Rosser

A. Bishop Jr. said the invaluable] asset to the school agreement that 90 degree tem ser requested that he be allowed $500, and $1,000 would be Two Jacksonville psychiatrists 18 months in jail. outside the Littles' place, surmised that the shell got

board could find a way to and the entire community.' peratures of late will bring to let three of Starke'ssix available with interest begin- Dr. William H. McCul- Monroe Carter charged Rosser said he ordered the bloody as one of the Negroes

raise it the coaching supplementit 11 i Starke has gained widespread crisis within the next week if man police force work on ning December 1, 1963. Bonds laugh and Dr. William N. with two counts of receiving occupants, two men and twoveamen unloaded the gun.

wanted to. "We'vegot a{!.favorable publicity from its rain does not arrive. through their vacation and I would be payable at both local Chambers, have been appointed property and breaking and Lewis entered the pictureas
good thing going: let's keep I all Negroes from
winning team, and football
The drought is also taking receive regular pay plus ,remuneration banks. by the court to examine entering, three of the Negroes were
pre-sentence inves-
he said in tBradford's
it, referring o helps support the school's en- Maxville, out of the car.It .
it's toll in south Georgia counties for the extra First mortgage on all fair Gill on May 22 and make a arrested and loaded into a
five consecutivetitle .tire athletic program, he said., with dairying and tobacco work. The council already association property, includingreal report. The 25-year-old former [Continued on Page 6] looked .like a blood't' police car.
.
wins in
the
KeystoneConference. "You and I can neveragree being hard hit. had a policy against such a estate and improvementswould insurance company em-'' "Lewis came up and was

," Morgan told the group,, When will rain ? written secure the bonds. ploye has entered a plea of A ya "iH' '".,
come move into the minutes I arguing with one of the
If the board fails to raise jl
"because you apparently feej The Board voted to meet not guilty by reason of insanity 't'
but
relented
V the 'supplement Bishop According to advice from for this prisoners about his car being
sug
that football is the key to the .
gested getting the past seasons, the last two weeks year only when it was learned every Monday night. It ex- in the shotgun slayingof t tI tI parked in the Littles' drive
money
entire school situation. If a that the pects to have a report from 17-year-old Linda Hopkinsin As tI I
other of.May normally bring increasing police departmentas rI way and seemed to be Involved
from sources, possibly : I
school must be dependent
high the building committee at the Starke last April 15. "
l thunder well as all others except the chief stated.
supplementing out of the showers.Jaycees J JI JI
on football for its success next I
meeting. Another high on the
school athletic fund, or by [Continued on Page 6] case Rosser said he'shined a
it's come to a sorry pass, he
docket is the manslaughtertrial I
public subscription.In I t flashlight on Lewis and called
added. of Burnell Hershell Dyalof I J him as the Negro walked
regard to the athletic II
Sen. Charley E. Johns said Starke, who pleaded not I away, but to no avail.
fund, A. N. Holliday, president -
that "football is in a class by b guilty Monday. Trial date I "
of the Quarterback Club, SH "About than time, Rosser
itself the public demands was set for next Tuesday at
said. "They had the best yearthey I stated "Someone shouted
a winning team." He said that 9:30 a. m. Dyal is charged in'
ever had last season. 'He's the one with the gun'and
atone time the football coach the death of Jeanette Wilker-
;
$9,000 came through the till, i I Lewis broke and ran
was paid more than the president son 24, of Gainesville, who I .
the crowd. According
but they say they're brokenow through
of the University of was killed March 18 when a
." to the chief there were
Florida."It .car driven by the defendant
persona
about 200
Holliday said the Quarter gathered
Brooker.
overturned near
appears to'me that yopeople
at the scene.
back Club had no funds to are saying football is _,;' r. w Dyal is now serving concur- Reddish
supplement salaries, as is more important than teach- rent sentences of six months Resigns Deputy PostDolph Rosser then ran after Lewis
for about 50 yards, told
to two 'years and six monthsto
ing, Morgan said repeated. 4 .. Reddish third from left, was the honor guest Monday him to stop twice and fired
ly. ......... .. five years in the State Pri- I
0 son at Raiford on two moon- night at at farewell supper given by the Sheriff's Department once into the air. Lewis ran

Open House In adaition to suggestingthat shine convictions to which he in the American Legion halL Pictured with the retiring !' on, knocking down an elderly

all supplements be reviewed earlier pleaded guilty. deputy are (from left) Sheriff P. D. Reddish, his father; Circuit white man Roy Tomlinson -
'Sunday May 20 at the next meeting and trampling over him.
; Other cases called Mondayby Judge George L. Patten, presenting! gift; and State Attorney
Hall asked that a report from Tomlinson is in condi-
-l:30to3OOP.M.National; I. were: Ted Duncan. "good
w ,cam r Judge Murphree .
the school athletic fund also
tion" in the Bradford County
Guard be .made. available. The forgery case of Carolyn Reddish resigned his post to accept a position as mechanic Hospital

Tison, Starke Negress, charged in the State Maintenance Shop at Camp Blanding. BesIdessenral

ArmoriesStarke )Elks Dance Set Change After Clearing -,And Before I welfare with checks the from theft the of mail-three gifts, he received a number of testimonials from officials chase With Lewis Rosser ran north atm across giving

And present commending him his
record
on as a deputy
NightAll ".. box of another Negro women, Brownlee Street into a vacant -
Saturday .' '.IIt' ., sheriff.
Camp Blanding Jungle ToPlayground A. .#" .. lot. The chief said he
... ;. .t .Jt. i Victoria Barnes.. The Tison
!>
Public Invited ., members of Starke .'{.,.;.. :.,. woman pleaded not guilty and stumbled and' fell' ( down in

Lodge j- No.. 1802. BP.O. Elks : trial was set Monday at 9:30a. : the darkness Md Officer

are cordially. invited to attend "'" m. GE Plant To Be Built In This AreaAnother Pride raced past him after

Armed a fiance1 at the Elks Lodge A playground area for small Also set for Monday is the. Lewis. Just II. ., Rosser was
I Saturd step forward for I pletion scheduled for Ii getting to his feet he said,
y' :nigh May 19. children has been cleared in ,'".'.,._. trial of ,Leslie May a former early in ,
--.','" ; area industry came Tuesday i 1963. Plans are to employ be- he saw the flasQ of Pride's
Forces Day I Guests are invited to accompany the Saratoga Heights area ina .,:.,. Gainesville man, who pleaded
member night when General ElectricCo. : tween 200 and 300 persons by service revolver. "
j r each Refreshments
,
Joint push by the Starke not guilty to check forgery I
I announced plans to build the end of next
with increased
year Pride had'
win be served. Pro; Jaycees and City CouncilmanCarl charges. He is accused of. stumbled across
a plant for of
production
i i ceeds of $1-50 per couple will Hurst. forging the name of J. E. new- employment in the a railroad ,crossiie! lying in
1 Ii
type
batteries at 12
., : go Into Ule.buU<11ng.fund of According/ to Recreation Director i } k r- ,. ," f Mallard of Gainesville to a miles northwest of Hague, future. the vacant lot. as< he attempted -
I Gainesville
II I the lode. Buddy Elliott "It will check for $5.85 and cashing; it on U. S. 441. The plant will be built ,on to fire into the air,
This Space Contributed '- .;. a 165-acre tract which GE the bullet striking Lewis in
I take a few years to develop at a Starke truck stop. The new plant win be about
purchased in 1956. The the back of the head. The
I Correction! the: playground to its full capacity Alma Luerck of Wilson 28 miles from Starke, and company's
Weekly'to'Publicize"Community plans for construction of Negro diedin an ambulance
but plans have been
Road Starke pleaded not will likely afford employment
The Telegraph was in error i made for its future develop- a plant at that time were called on the way to the hospital,
]Events by I IThe guilty to a charge of moonshine opportunities to workers in off due to
II '' I the business recession Rosser said.
last week when it stated ment. Present plans i are, to ,'.> .'. and trial was set for this county since it will be
I that both Mr and :Mrs. Gene construct a ball field for small 9:30 a. m. Wednesday. May within easy commenting dis but title to the property Lewis was on parole for

Community 1 Pearson are members of the children in the near future ,' --' tance. Hague is near La- was retained. manslaughter! .tram Tampa

newly appointed five-man recreation for unorganized play*, Future I 23.A pre-sentence investigationwas Crosse, only a short distance The plant will produce a after serving time in the

State Bank board. Mrs. RaymondW. plans call for playground ap* Undeveloped for several ned for the area to supple ordered for Claude Myers, beyond the Bradford County new type reefu.rrab1e battery State Prison at Raiford for

Bryan is the correct mem- paratus for small children years the area was shorn of ment the Pratt Street play Lawtey Negro, who last weei line at Brooke which! is expected ,to revolu .shooting another Negro. He
ber of the board not Mrs. shuffleboard, tennis courts its dense swamp growth in the ground which is now used for came to StArke May 7 from
ttonfrft
pleaded guilty to aggravated .Construction is expected to the appliance industry
Pearson. : and a picnic area. past several weeks. It is plan- children of.an ages assault Clearwater ; with the Smith
Myers originally] waSf begin this summer with com- in the next few years, tCoattl- -
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns'I Holy Communion Tom Slade Jr. Foreman,Accused I fined $52.50.
,
went through the Oschner Willie Id'Mitch lI, Negn
-
J -ST f r
Clinic in New Orleans," La. I Brekfastiyen. ; 'In OfBeakingIntoSoft disorderly conduct' by disturb

i last week. I : ,RunOff. Drink Machine ing the peace forfeited bond
"
"* "" "
1 At St. Edward'sBreakfast i f f lEmma
of 2750.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton _ _, ,
.. ; I For House Seat Bawls, Negro d:>.
'.,',.'" 'f"""!' .. Miiton into .
i Starke police for breaking
apd i
dan 1
94'MOOTY! children of the First Holy Communion -i
: rpQ.-x 44U1 bond of $32.50.
It _- Shreveport, La. visited Mr. i iand i j Tom Slade Jr., son of Mr. a soft drink machine was forfeited
; Class St. Edward'sICatholic :
of :
'N .
.tJ -, : "- .,, Mrs. N Bolding in Braiienton _. Church last Sundayia :!I and Mrs. TvH. Slade of Starkeis Ray Nohelty, 35, foreman William Rawjs. gro. d*

14 Mr. !.*nd, '%;1 A. K'Thomas U's. H. E.Bxadleyand! son, last.Sunday. The Jor- : the parish hall. The main in the Second Primary runoff of a Ft. Lauderdale construction i orderly conduct' by lighting. fo! -

? and.Mrs.' >Hennie Stevenson of $t ve. pf Lfeesburg were 'over- ,dans remanied' for the week. I ____________________________ :table for the Communion Class l r election. May 29, as a candidate firm working on feited bond of $32.50.. .

Miami .t e i .? S1da1$1tors.! .bight iaests'Saturday} xjf 'Mr.knd Mr. and Mrs. CharlesHartry :I f I held the statue of the Blessed I for Duval County's the new Florida Bank At : Marion Smith* Negro d'>-

of Mrs.CrfK. Bwfcsdale- and Mrs, Robbie Shaller. and family,. .were visiting 'I I II Mother. in honor of Mother's j 1 Group 1 House of Representatives Starke building. -L orderly conduct by fighting
'
I bond of :
Mrs. Lula itfrtt'Mrs.: Charlotte I Police Chief:forfeited $32.50 ;
Stevenson -, Bradley attendedthe Mrs. tiardy's mother'Mrs. G., t :Day, Yellow lilies were placed post. According to : SmithJr... Negro .. /
is reoainlnsr for the week BHS Junjor-TSenlor! prom.'Mrs E. McGauley, in Palatka over I : :at the ends of the table. Slade emerged from a recount William F. Rosser, Nohelty Marion d :

while the''Thomases, have", gone' Edward Burns, Mrs. the, weekend.. ]I F? ___ j The follO\ying-} and girls! of votes In Jacksonvillelast himself reported that the ma-!itnrbing bond of 'roe$20.; peace- forfel f'.i :

DIttO Alabama. Fat, Scogglns and Miss Flof- Mr. and Mrs. EldonHardy,- ,made their First: Holy Commi1 '- Friday nine votes aheadof chine had been tampered with '
? #
I./* ).-tr... and. : e-, i' later arrested when,i William Rawls, Negro ct-S.
-Mrs A. Z. Adkins nceJtnnings 'attended dinnerat Charles Hardy, and Douglas nton Bill Basford for the run- land was "

*> JB. and! tek-f hd'' Mr; $:Fred Guy the Holiday Inn. Gainesville Hardy -( ere !in Enigma, ,Ga i i, __ fi-I a ; |Knepper: Michael, Bob Hobgood Gissy, Larry Billy,, ner-up position in the First !1 investigation connected him,!'turbing'bond 6f the$20... : peace forfeits

a4.jiafftfci or! Gainesville sponsored by 'friends of Tuesday, attending the fun- j Borchardt, Mary Joyce Meng, Primary on May 8. High man with the charge. Rosser founa' RawlS.
; Emm dism
spent l.QtJJtIs.Day with Mrs. the Gainesville Library .and erarof an uncle. Hugh Hardy.Misse .I ---- __ 1J --- -j Paula Champion Mary Ellen, 'in the race was Joseph G. a crow-bar, apparently used to Negro rn.tng -
Adkins ,Sr. al"ljlhgsley Lake. heard a talk on 'Libraries $ Charlene and Dolorj j r, .- ,(, Carol Kennelly Jr.Kennelly 'force open the door of the 'machine the peace, forfeited bond "t
Wager, Richards and
1 Mfi. 'tttj --lair.. 'J&n Bald-I Russia given by Mrs. Frank 1rij es, Hardy attended a bridal j National Hospital ek ObservedBy I Sandra laye Fogg: ;, received 14,604 in a tool house to which,$20. .
...<: \
win had ; and the supervisor \ 4. 1 ,
family reunion at Spain. ishower Saturday night for. :Mrs. Warren Roach was in 1 votes, to 11,243 for Slade, and only Nohelty

Y1 I '"--their-RtngW 'home on Glen Conner, who' has been 1 Miss Billie Lee Bryan to: Local AuxiliaryMrs. charge of the breakfast and;, 11,234: for Basford. ', of the construction firm Daniel .Afrarez 17,

Eu iotheriPay, Among those employed, by Florida Gas OMnvthe.Don 'I 1 I Slade spoke at a breakfast i had keys. Paint corresponding
1 \ : A. F. Garner, president, and )Irs.-Robert Edmondson, was assisted by Mrs. Lillian Ri- Gets DCT Ppst
attending were Mrs. Mary Transmission Corp. at the Ray Tilley attended : chards in the table setting and, here Tuesday morning attended :to the color of the machine was,

4. Reddfch,...Mr. and Mrs. B.. E. Bipokpr\ c0mpress9r, station 1 the .fuijeral of M. J. Collins program chairman of the Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary, flower arrangements. by about 50 friends, 'found on the crow-bar, Rosser I

Reddish, Mi*. Mary" Po* :Mr. has b rn transferred as op-1 In Archer Tuesday afternoon.Mr. are pictured at open house event last week with life-size figure i i The tablecloth was won by, who are supporting his candi- .reported. Daniel Alvarez. 17-year-old' ,

and iMrfciRay: 4 Reddish, Ms erator at the new compressor' Collins was a former resident representing. the .various functions___ of' the auxiliary. :iAl Hartmami_ !and___ the_ _dnH"__ _,. dacy by contacting friends in Nohelty.] at present. is being I BBS: student,. WfS.elertf'. u n n .
and ) :r$.. Itd. Godwin andMrs. station being constructed by, of the State Farm., I,by Mrs. Tomlinson and were; Jacksonville in his behalf. ; held in the city jail under no third vice president ot the Cooperative

$i-fcri&n;' Godwin. and the company at prlando. Mr. I! Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gra- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par-\ Mrs., Nelson Green a representative -: presented, at the Communion('! ,I II I bond. His: expected to be! Educational Clubs at ,.
sons of Amsterdam, N. Y. are :
their families r .T Conner will move his family ham and ,family attended theonn from Sat-! ? of the Gainesville I:Breakfast Young Girl 8 !transferred to the county jail I the state convention held' in

MV.lnd Mrs! Blfi Tflley and to drtando &\ the' near fuI' ,) Ribault Quadricenten- guests Thursday to district, Wesleyan Service l' soon, and also to undergo lie: Jacksonville, May 3-5. He i>
t urday of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde! Guild, will attend the i, Struck Car i the local beT
)
of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Cros- nial! at the Coliseum Sunday i general By detector tests.MAYOR'S I Chaplain
by Jr. and, families' spent the ture.Dr.. and Mrs. Barney McRae' afternoon.Mrs. Terwillegar Jr. ; assembly in Atlantic City, N.1' Senior Citizens II' I Club and was the District i II
\
; Ray Goldwire of Abaco, Ba-| J., May 17-20. \1 A Starke girl, eight-
weekend 'at' the Graham-Al- Jr., and family of; Lake City Merrill Edwards and Hold' MeetingThe young COURTIn representative at the meeting
hama Islands is home vaca-I
I on
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns year-old Alice Faye Prevatt, members
Other DCT attending -
]r'1'e fcUfitts Ifi tttgffrruh. and Mr. and Mrs. Carv Naz- Son. Ricky, and Mrs. Charlie I
--- ----- '
Mr. *jnd-,Mrs. Merritt Williams worth'--tf---Jacksonville l were' Con and daughter. Suzy. tion Mr.this and week.Mrs. W. H. Peeblesof I returned. Sunday from a'week's Senior Wtizens Club I was knocked down on Pratt a busy session Monday in I, from Starke were Jo-*

ap i house guests, Mrs.J. .1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. McRaeL visited Jacksonville B e ach' visit with relatives in" Street Tuesday afternoon and i Starke Mayor's Court Mayor;, ann Reddish, Abby Harle.v "
Ocala held their second
were meeting ;
Sunday guestsof
on
Mississippi. Arkansas. Missouri received "scratches and bruises -
R. Jacksonville sunday.Mrs. Randal Chitty disposed of 17 Sandra Solano. Shirley MOll'l.1 -
'gogers. Sr. and family on I Monday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold.,, and I May 8 at the Lions Club and : .
Georgia. with her chest, arms,
on
and U rid: Mrs W. H. Miner W. H. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields I : .cases. son, Wayne Kinney, and Joe

of AJkron. 'Ohio, attended members of the Monticella I and famflr of Jacksonville wire.Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez l James Lewis Jr. was admit- only five people attending. I legs," according to Dr. PeteG. :.i Charles E. Stickney. reckless Sapp. They were accompanied

a family ''reunion in Douglas.' twirling team visited Mr. and spent Mother's Day with Mrs.J. ted to Bradford County Hos- Buddy Elliott Recreation Felos. driving i in school zone, forfeited'I by their coordinators, M. A.
and Mandarin
and' B fca. the 1 Mrs. family of were I pital on Sunday as a medical Policeman Kenneth Fuqua, i bond of $2750.Geneaver Payne and Bill Costello.
tfbn, over Saturday and
; Mrs. F. F. Stump H. Fields and :Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez I Director, was disappointed in I
weekend' &l"fop homes of !,ir. while enroute to' the State 0.' W. White Sr. patient. I who investigated the accident, I Whalen, public in-I The new officers were, installed ,
and'Mrs.tyoodro'w Mixon and Twirlers contest in Daytona 1 I Powellof Sunday. I John Torode attended a the turn-out but will continue said the young girl was :toxication, three days in jail. at a banquet terminating -
1I Mrs. George
and
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson
-
I Commission to try and make the club and knockedto '
Mr and Mrs. George Know- Racing meetingin "bumped slightly Geneaver Whalen vagrancy. : the convention in the
Beach. I spending -
Newton N. C., are and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan
les. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. with Mrs. J. -i Miami last Thurs ay to function because of the need the pavement" by a car I three days in jail. Robert nn_ _Mver._ __ _HoteLTABERNACLE_ _
two weeks and families of Lakeland, Brown of t Mardis;
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns and family of Sacra' Powell. Saturday.Mrs. such .a in Starke. driven by Pate Ann vagrancy by
Hornsby Charlie program
I 1 H. Fields and and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. P.?g- W. G. Stringfellowspent 10f Starke. According to Fuqua, I loitering on private property.three .
and Tjojis'' last week with Mr. and Brown the child approxi- in
Weekend relatives saw days jail. *
of with
were : guests three weeks visit I I tl
herr. for a Ii. : and family of Femandina were. were weekend guests I Mrs. George Manassa in Green would make it a point to get: mately 36 feet before he hit I Jack Cherry, Negro. public A special musical program, '
E. Hornsby
:Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. W. :
of and
I of Mr. Mrs. H. A. Lawson
weekend guests Cove Out of the house and attend his brakes I intoxication forfeited bond of Mother's
p1 Mr. 'and Mrs. W. B. Dowlingand and Mrs. Miriam Brannen. 1 Mrs. Lance this, i Springs. ,; her and applied appropriate for Day.
and Mrs. Sr.
Lance. Register
Visiting Mrs. T. J. Corbett of Fer- one of these immediately. I$27.50. was presented at the' Gospei
meetings
daughter,Shirley, pf Dannellon Horace Tol-: and they
Mr. and Mrs. week are Mrs. B. R. Quinn Lt. Tom Long will leave Fri-I I r Ii
I nandina was visiting Mr. and "Brown must have been al- j Leroy Norman, public intoxication Tabernacle Sunday morning
were Saturday afternoon bert arid Mr. and Mrs. How-. daughter and son' of Inverness.Mr. day for Wilmington. Dela. tospend would enjoy it and most of !I
Mrs. Fred Snell on Sunday.Mr. most stopped when the girl ; three days in jail. The instruments were played
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. of Lake City, I i
ard Downing week with them would not miss
i Doyle and Mrs. Ewell Lawson a his brother, and Mrs. A. E. Speer of one :: was hit," the officer said. He I E. D. Casey, public intoxication by Mrs. Florence Hippie ano
J. D. Rev. Ed Mont-
: and and Mrs.
Dave and uncle and
aunt Col.
and son Jimmy, visited S-Sgt. I Ochlochnee, Ga. are visitingMr. again. also said the girl entered Pratt forfeited bond of $27.50 Miss Susan WallaceMrs.. El-
Mr. andMrs.. R. J. Andrews : I
of Jasper were Sund Or and Mrs. L. H. Lewis.
gomery
Tateily. riof Jacksonville and Mrs. and )Trs. Jerry Lawson in and Mrs. H. L. Speer from I Another meeting of the club .i from Broadway Street on her I Henry Vincent Kelly, disorderly m'er L. Johns of Apollo Beaet-
fin0 visitors of Mr. Rev. R. E. MacBlain
I an .inothCTl Mrs. W. M. ,Andrew y lando Sunday.Mr. attended Tuesday to Thursday.Mr. I will. be at 7:30: p .m. Tuesday i, way home and "did not look conduct by disturbing was the' soloist.A .
: Dayid Montgomery.Mrs ) and Mrs. Tyler Jones I the Episcopal Clergy Conference' and Mrs. Henry Ste> I June 5, 'tat the Lions den. All either way." She had been to!the peace, forfeited bond ofi
a Of :Ozark, Ala.. si>ei1ti1ht1aMth "Great Moth-
'
? : .Pearl Edwards und at Camp Weed this week. Mrs.! 'citizens I message on
; visiting senior 50 of .
Callahan Sunday had guestsMr. years age i I$27.50.Lester
R. were in anelli as Sunday the Pratt Street Playground.
: &: and 'Mrs. of The Bible" broughtby
the MacBlain visited her soninlawand ers was
attended
Mrs. Hazel Ritch his mother, Mrs. A. B' and Mrs. Robert Stef nel-1 and over are extended a special 1 Thomas Prevatt, reck-
W M. Andrews Alice is the daughterof
I O. Dansby. Mrs. tea and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Faye the sponsor. Rev. John
7th Mother's Day invitation the
Jones, and family.Mr. li and Miss Elissa Stefanelli from seven less driving fined $37.50.
ii fill f turnh the Vhd I Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo Pre-
} ere : buffet Friday at George Fortunas, at Margine preached at the evening -
I of ttfe'wfeei to%;pefi& the next dinner Kap'pa i 'Alpha night fraternity and Mrs. J. V. Hatch] during that time.Apalachicola of Gainesville, and Mr. and j members of the club to attend.. ;vatt of 609 Collins Place. I! Lester Thomas Prevatt, reck-, service.
the Pi
: two weeks' With the Dansbys. and family of Jacksonville' and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli of Jack- I iless driving by excessive speed.
In Gainesville were Franklin Mrs. R. A. Thomas entertain -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dale were sonville and families.
snell
'RAhdal'-chttty. Jed
: Ritch is a member. ; ed at a family dinner on Mo-
Neil Tucker c' pother's Day guest of Mr. and I Douglas Reddish is confined -
Charles .E&tfyen ther's Day. Guests included
and, Drew: Reddish were deep Mr.' and jMrs. Carl Mathews Mrs. Eston Jprdan. Mrs. R.: L. C. Thomas and with measles. .. (I,, I S
Sunday guests, !f Mr. -
were Miss Gloria Johns and Miss
sea' in Atlantic on Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Loudor l -'
tehtog tije
.. daughter, Gail of Wildwood; '..ta -
.. ) in
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..... and Mrs. Jruce Mathews Polly Kelly of Jacksonville 4S2iiE
i 1d3jhindSkturday.- and family of Tampa werE Mrs. Charles Fowler and grand-: '

Mr.' inaMrs: ; Hershel John- Gainesville. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Susan, of Winter'1! were Sunday' visitors of 'Mrs.i onTV
'I t i atrio.. PitnVi ortrt.. Miss._:.. Annie '- -
E. Middelton and
:: L.Dn> and,*aljy\ of 'Jacksonville! ( "rMrs-'W.: '' 1l1dleton.tttent A. G. Loudon. I'Park. ..-; Mr, ',- and, Mrs. Herbert Darby.""U44. .4 'W"'U &a. ;---- ., ,:' ..... ..........-; ,........ t I.w
U1s "
.Stfttday. with. Tier $i Madg $ n: -;i1\ Vrt. ,E Thmasand. ,.. ... -
spew, .. :; ChaVley" : ;... .daugite f Jat?; """Mls ''JaddetJolley Of Mac- : r Wh "r! -"(""-: "- ; -, .. -S ,, ,' '
\ in ii't
tIltS, Ur.a74 Mrs. Itoyd'cros'Mrs -I Friday:night and/Saturday Johns were in Orlando over the leen, and Mrs. Irene Roberts of I

lay.- .,. Jacksonville with Mrs. Mae Weekend. attending Founder's Starke; Mr. and Mrs. E. D.; clenny and Miss Barbara Col-

: ,, E. L. Crawford spent' Jones. Day at Orlando Junior College Jones of Sampson City, Pope ley of Gainesville spent Sunday ,;

the.sreektnd n-ith Mr., and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and were their daughter, Markleyann -Jones of Atlanta, Ga., and Mr.I with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. _,_ -' & ;, -
Ritch and Mrs. Daisy Perry- ,- '
: ,Mrs. 'l'1, m.s.'A. Crawford in Mrs. 0.' L. Beasley were i in is a student. and Mrs. Silas Jones of Jacksonville -,I ,._l I '

JicksonYille-and .also visited Tampa over the weekend' vis- ')fro and Mrs. Cad Lamar man.Mr.. and Mrs. Titus Olson .*: / .

: her sister. Mrs.: Myrtle'Ad-. fting tar. and Mrs. C. C. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish \ were Sunday dinner guests of '; '! '' 4' '
9'
kias in .BttVincent'sHospitalMr. Hoppe. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Abercrom- had as Mother's Day guestsMr. I Waldo. 4
Mrs. Mas Hawkins in
: and .Irt;: RaUR.Cb1si.nd'cidrefl Mr: and Mrs. Robert Hegan bie. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Mrs. W. R. RoysterJr. I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish :L:::

attentfeti and daughter, Tracy,;left Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns, and children of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Dolph I. 8'

: the wedding of Mr. Chl$!1's irday tor a two! week's :vacation and Ray Goldwire will attend Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards I! Reddish and famliy spent the I I ,

.. cousin: Jacksonville Friday with relatives in Wisconsin the Jaycee convention. in Tampa Jr. of Kingsley Lake, :
weekend at the Carpenter ;
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: this weekend. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Sr. I ,
and Illinois.
.' .. j home on Santa Fe lake. .1)4. -
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Guest Speaker ; ,, ,- V

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This Sunday I
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i i Rev. William H. Ross pastor :4 .5 1

Days of the First Baptist Churchof : -
Bargain ; : -.. '
Lumberton, Miss., will be ;,- 4' 4,

StorC' : guest speaker in the pulpit of 41w'

Your Fri&iflly :1 the First Baptist Church,

Starke, on Sunday, May 20. .,
.LE Mr. Ross received his BA "
iEANIE' : S..
Mew Spring degree from the University of :
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Southern Mississippi, and his '
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Shorts : :
: Jamaica : leans Baptist Theological. I 4 fJf 4,

DRESSESSite Seminary where he also did i c'1 t Iwr
: advance work toward the Doctor -'

I I Fine- Cotton Poplin. All. popular. Colors. 98 i of Theology degree. He fit
1 $ _
$1' is a former trustee of Clarke ,
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8 to 18 1 Famous Names in beautiful I I Memorial College, Newton, I -

.:I Miss., a Southern Baptist institution i I ,.
and fabrics
I styles and is serving as a !!

:I member of the Mississippi ; :

udiesPanties Sizes 5-15 8-20 Mis. i
Baptist State Convention t
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sionr>Board. He has served as I
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'i. '* pastor: of the church in Lum : .

t: -Rayon Knit Pastels berton since 1956. I r kc4* ;
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I 1 ALL REDUCED! Mr. Ross has served on two ::4 .v ILIVIN
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( i 0 special preaching missions y

K irs' $ 'I Reg. $9.98 Reg. $11.95 Reg. $12.95 on the mission of preaching


1 $ $ $ I to and Trinidad on the Mission january Revival, 1958 in 'i RAS I

-z_ ,_ $688 $788 $888'f assena. N. Y.. in %May 1961.J

He has held revival campaigns] '

+ in Florida Georgia. Alabama,]I ) bewitching in black

= Bars- Short Sleeve Mississippi, and Louisiana.Mr. .

.a MENS Short Sleeve Ross will be accompanied I is
; on his visit to Florida by 'i completely eolorf osH Even.ff you wash them together.witfOaly .,

E .L Shirts' Dress Shirts his wife and son. --'i.-'''- "'.. iwhite.floiez' titi. s" ocgxteed.... _. ,- _tom'l-.I..A--r: rr i
i The pastor of the church. I ':: ; -
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: ftbyfex tt&g BM _ebs&Sua"bcfaddi: I'
t Rev. Leo Herbert extends a '" '
\ ; t"' .. Three collar styles to choose. cordial invitation to membersand "' "b'ii..' dilectiaD ac.Tr

.4 aaa.... )Y'! 'W4'.:. from. Regular $2.98 '3.98 j friends to hear Mr. Ross .- ".: Bios pQDe.r' be I"'J I.. I

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Sunday morning. Mr. Herbert .
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sit. 6JS.. The. Will and Mr. Ross were;; classmatesat ; Cdsooss IKX*lab 900.fee f eJ. _I
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Go, Fast: At Only"t % 2 For $S: i i it the New Orleans Seminary.Homecoming ( "JSS. : : .NYOrrf et
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: '. S irlsPanisEIQERLON:i ( r Meiis' Dress Pants i Baptist t ChurchHomecoming S ; l.i t--4< *-. M1f"tV" f J J"l". _-.f!'," "ft'":'.


rn services will be .., -
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_ Handsome Wash'N Wear Patterns ;held Sunday May 20, at Oak .1S-; '
: ACETATE u. '.
1 pr II 1 I h IN ,
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: Grove Baptist Church north of -. :-. .. ;

:: ; by Nancy* ? Qbl.e : Camp Blanding. Dinner will be .. ...."' '-.-,..,: t
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plain f ont or jpteateid ., .
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h* : : :served after the morning service -
J I. t ..... '''' "' ..' : 88' and the Bradford-Union
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.". Singing convention wilj. havecharge

: ,. co':,...". :!) Ifp..0- :$f' ".. 4'.. -<",_ ..'- I of"tEe afternoon pro. : BARKSD'ALE'S2-;,

_ i. ',r:".:; ;i\\\: :-- :..... :T'argippaysSpecia1 gram. .

_ All former members, "and I
1_ .those interested in gospel sing- 111 WEST CALL ST. Ii
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r THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Lawn Party Given I Altar Society

For Miss. Matthews
x 8 I Makes Plans

t -; Saturday AfternoonMiss 8 For Sale I
I ; j ]! Rummage

I 11- Mary Katherine Wainwright Plans for a rummage sale to

l GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-M51 D :. Mrs. S. R. Johns HI, 4t-4 be held in June were made at

; r ri and Mrs. Meed Lewis enter- r-P? I the regular meeting of St. Ed I

New Members Of tained at a lovely Coca-Cola ':ward's Altar Society Tuesday
w
a party Saturday afternoon !! night May 8, in the parish
Methodist WSCS from three to five at the homeof 1 hall. It was announced that the
< I the latter on Westmore- greatest need is for summer

Honored TuesdayNew II I land Street honoring Miss I clothing for children and all
II i
i Mary Agnes Matthews bride- women who can help with this
members of the Woman's
-
I elect of June 23. project are asked to give their ,
Society of Christian .
Spring flowers in pastel b 'a*! names to any members of the I
__ Service of the First Methodist iid I
,
v I shades bordering the lawn, Altar Society.
ir
Church, were honored at I
: formed a colorful backgrounl aY i A bake sale will be held dur- I
the business and
I CII program for this outdoor affair. The ing the last week in May with .,
meeting held Tuesday mornIng d I ,
refreshment table placed at I Mrs. Robbie Shaller in charge.
in Fellowship Hall.
one end of the lawn was overlaid Anyone having flowers o do-
1 Mrs. H. H. Adams president with an imported linen nate for the altar on Sundays
1f ,. presided over the meeting I
f cutwork cloth and held a cen- may get in touch with the \\\.n>
A
when annual ,
reports were ,
z I en in charge for the mon n.
lr terpiece of mixed flowers in
I
given by officers secretariesof L_ I pastel shades. Crystal trays'' w I :Mrs. Warren Roach, rec !.tly i
I lines of work and committee .. i I I
elected president of the Altar'
I and compotes held dainty cake
L chairmen. Mrs. C. D. Williams -
Mrs. Charles Woman's Club Pictured at annual May Breakfast last week are new' officers squares sandwiches, mints, Society, is moving from Starke
Sawyer I when school is out, and Mrs.
and nuts. A pink wheelbarrow
Mrs. of the Starke Woman's Club. Seated ((1-r) MrsEdward
John Brabham Mrs. E. :
Officers Installed Francis Meng was elected attf..s
filled with crushed ice and
F. Mayton and Mrs. Adams A. Hall, president; Mrs Clyde Terwillegar, 1st vice president;I meeting to take her plae.
holding frosty Coca-Colas,
-- .- ,-,p' -.. who attended the annual meet- At May Breakfast"Spring I )Irs. Edna Hart, secretary Standing (Ir11'8.. R. P. McLen- stood beside the refreshment' The installation supper vuil oe
ing in St. Petersburg April don 2nd.vice president; Mrs Herbert Thomas, 3rd vice presi- held at the Underwood Restaurant -

Miss Cowart 24-26. gave highlights of the in the South" with!I dent; Mrs. J. W. Kinraid, 4th dee president; Mrs. Guy Sale, table.The hostesses presented the : Patty Kay Lyon, Jimmy Smith Jane ; at 7 p. m. on May! 22.
its Dianne Simmons Dinkins
meeting. enchanting array of multicolored i treasurer; and Mrs. Kate Sheppard, All women planning to atterd ,
To Wed Mr. MartinMr. I corresponding. secretary. honoree with a silver chain .
blossoms the I
Special membership pins was I ,touch ,vithMrs.
are asked to get in
t and Mrs. 'Charlie Co- were presented to Mrs. H. C. theme of the be trtifbrek I the Little Women's Club Miss I and at present the state Civil bracelet a charm to which engraved was with attached the- Junior-Senior Prom Is Keyed To ThemeOf : J. C. Fogg.WHAT .

Ritch and Mrs. C. L. ScholL fast held Wednesday noon of I Mary Ann Long, and new. Defense director for the Club

fart of Heilbronn Springs announce The pledge service was conduc_ last week at the final meeting -{I president, Miss Sally Ann Ep-' Federation installed new officers -, of wedding the bride-elect date and the and names her Rollicking, Roaring 20's -

the engagement and ted by the treasurer, Mrs. I of the Starke Woman's person; Mrs. J. W. Kincaid for the coming two I
I Ritch. Club fiance Bob Ferguson. Miss Approximately 300 juniors':mons. Jimmy Smith, alias "Ali WHEN l
year.Members past of the Little Women's ,
|Dproaching marriage of their sponsor years in an impressive cere-
Matthews was also presented seniors and their dates attended -!'Capone," and Lynwood WaltE'rs,1
I
Following the meeting a and guests arrivedat Club, and Mrs. A. N. j I mony. Mrs. Scholl presented '
aughter. Charlene. to Ralph social 12 o'clock seatedat with a corsage of white bridal!, the annual Junior-Senior'"Frank Nitti," teamed together -; AND WHERE
hour held honor- and were I
the
was Holliday new sponsor Mrs
Martin son of Mr. and j I Thomas outgoing president i flowers from her hostesses j
,
Prom Saturday night. May 12,i!, to sing "Don't Bring i
ing new members: Mrs. J. E. attractively decorated tab Miss Long on behalf of the I with a long stemmed
--ITS. Walter E. Martin of Denmark Mrs. Charles Saw- les placed in the main room Little Women presented the full-blown which '!I| Among the 75 guests attend-:,in the BHS gymnasium. !I Lulu" at which time "Lulu",.

(wtey. .yer, Mrs. John Brabham, Mrs.. of the club. The tables were senior club with a check to be sented the job rose she had repre- ing were Mrs. E. L. Matthews,! The gym renamed "The Pink !j portrayed by Jane Dinkins,|1 I Thursday May 1'7I
The bride-elect a graduate I I accom mother of the bride-elect, Palace," carried out the theme!,walked in for a song number.j
Luis covered with white linen I
de Arce Mrs. M. C. used in 301.
beautifying U. S. plished. To Golf Assn.
I the I!I Starke Ladles
new president :
f ,
.Bradford High School class I I ;
and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson mother of a':
"The Roaring 20's" and
cloths Also featured in the floorshow I I
Wells and centered with small
and Mrs. Mamie Lou J
Mrs. Thomas also paid tributeto
Mrs. E. A. shoo.
I
Hall the installing I meeting, 7:30 at
f 1960. is employed as sectary I of the bridegroom-to-be.color motif of pink and white: was Miss Sandra Solano I[ pro
of flow-
Edwards. arrangements Spring i Charles !
Schmitt
Mrs. social officer
gave a tightly closed
at Doctors in 19
Hospital Saturday May 4
used.
Hostesses were Mrs. Eugene ers. j chairman Mrs. Hollis i was singing the Senior Class song,
; rose bud, signifying the work I
tarke. Bake sale Presbyterian
Williams Mrs. James Blood- Mrs. D. 1,. Thomas, president Knight, chairman of beautification she would begin. Other officers Miss Wainwright, A false ceiling of cheese I"You'll Never Walk Alone," accompanied by
Mr. Martin : front of Canova's -
graduated from I. 'I cloth was decorated with pink .|Women, 9 a. m.,
worth Mrs. L. D. served as mistress of by Sally Epperson.The
Vining, ; Mrs. Herbert Thomas installed Mr. (
I by Mrs. Scholl
;radford School in 1958 Kopelousos'Mariiage store.
High ,and white streamers. At the I drug
floor show ended with the,
Mrs. ceremonies and she and .
E. F. Mayton Mrs. Jack mem- Mrs. J. E. Hildebran and were: first-vice '
president,
nd is employed by Sperry center silver i! Monday, May 21
was hung a large
A
whole "Just
her Told cast singing
Eaves and Mrs. C. D. Wil- bers of executive board Mrs. P. G. Felos.
Mrs. C. B.
.and Corporation in Gaines- Terwillegar; sec- ball surrounded by 200 pink Music for the : OES meeting 8 p. m., Masonic -
liams. were seated at a long table Memory. prom
Mrs. C. L. Scholl a past ond vice-president, Mrs. R. P. It-
ille. Mr. and Mrs. James Richard balloons. Table coverings were was provided by the "Sky Temple.
overlaid with a white cloth, president of the senior club, McLendon third
: vicepresiMrs. 24
The wedding will be an which Thursday May
Wainwright the pink on centerpieces larks.
and centered with an artistic announce
ent of July 14. i Delta Kappa Gamma driftwood arrangement. Pink i Herbert Thomas; fourth- marriage of their daughter, consisting of old bottles drip- t BPW dinner meeting installation
I vice-president. Mrs. J. W. I of officers, Garden Restaurant
with colored j
Installs Officers and Mary Kathenne, to John ped wax. i
carnations
rosebuds pink
ecent Birth Kincaid; recording secretary.Mrs. Noegels Are Hosts 7:30 m.
:
p.
based
Kopelousos son of Mr. and The floor show;: was on I
other pastel colored flowers .
Gets New Members W. H. Hart
Bradford I were used at the base of the ; corresponding Mrs. George Kopelousos, on a recent television show, "The I I To Young Folk !
County Hospital an- secretary Mrs. Kate Shep- "
Roaring 20's. Patty Kay Lyon
I
Miniature straw November 25. 1961 in Blake- !
unces the following Births: Impressive initiation and installation arrangement. pard; treasurer, Mrs. Guy I, t II
baskets filled with florettes ly, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. as "Pinky" sang songs of that After PromMr. I -
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Arnold, ceremonies were I Sale. I I
Moulton Jr. attended the era. "Miss Flappette, Dianne
Jake Butler a son, Shelton held at a meeting of Alpha I were suspended from the .
During the morning, Mrs. couple. Simmons, introduced the and Mrs. Stanley Noegeland
mold Jr. 12. i N u Chapter Delta branches and tiny birds of
,
May Kappa
i I J. E. Hildebran house chairman The marriage will be blessedin Charleston Twist t6 the 300 son, Larry, entertained 3 01
'Mr. and Mrs. ,I Gamma last various colors were perched
Edg9Beasley Friday night in
on the limbs. was presented with a the St. John the Divine onlookers, and they both joined teenagers at a hamburger fry'; 1"Coming";' next week
/ t e Butler a son, Gregory | the Lake Butler community of to welcome (and swim party last Saturday' :[
box bath together everyone
': After the invocation by Mrs. powder, and Mrs. Greek Orthodox Church on VAGABOND'if"J
gar, May 15. center. with and dance routineto inght after the BHS Junior.I fl J
Kate Sheppard the president Thomas with an engraved June 2.THE a song CORNER
I The following officers were silver charm to wear on her "Let Me Entertain You" I Senior Prom. The party was,
introduced Mrs. Dave Paulk Starke's New
I installed by Miss Della Rosen-I a bracelet. RIGHT POINT for t"e ewjr Dance routines were done by held at the Noegel's Kingsley
i I r
berg past president of Nu who presented the program you write tome in and I"The Flappettes" Sally Epperson Lake home. Gift Shop!
I The BHS
in the senior members
i Chapter: Miss Kathryn Ep- featuring "Spring ; : i j eled; .your favorite ESTER- Jackie Bales Henree Lou Mr. and Mrs. Noegel were
South As the curtain on the y. of the Little Women's Club assisted -'I
Floridai person. Lake Butler president 3.--g Y., BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-I Dennis, Judy Schleppi, Geral-!assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Med-
4 I ; Miss Karlie Tyler Mac- stage was parted music was :r I in serving. GRAPH. dine Gay, and Dianne Sim ford Shealey.
: clenny 1st vice president; played by Miss Sally Ann Ep- "r aMn .

| Mrs. Muriel S. Norman 2nd person. The stage making a

i vice president; Mrs. Barbara beautiful background for Sal- '", STARKE BROOKER GRAHAM' LAWTEY KEYSTONE I
Thomas. Lake Butler recording ly Ann and three other Sou- $( .

f, 'Wh'eatreDOUBLE t I secretary; Mrs. Maude thern belles, Misses Sandra 't. $ .,.'f'N .,
and 5i'ySgA ........ .;
I I Green Green Cove Springs I Solano Janet Hardy .. < I Beth Martin further carried ;
.. corresponding secretary; Mrs.
FEATURE Edna Sistrunk. stark treas- out the theme with white trel-t Mrs. Era Wasdin, o

'FRIDA. y:'- SATURDAY urer clenny.; Mrs.parliamentarian.Three Sallie O'Hara.Mac- lises der and a white climbing magnolia vines. Un-tree David J. BrowningTo W erwillegar Motors 5

MAY18.19 new members Mrs. stood a pink bird house witha Wed June 29

., Mona Canova. Starke; Mrs. I love bird perched on its I

Evelyn Dew Macclenny; and roof.Further The marriage of Mrs. Era : .

Hit name is Miss Reba Starnes. Starke.I atmosphere was ad-I Edwards Wasdin of Starke to = : m
were initiated in a candel- ded by an old rock well cov- David James Browning of M

14'' light ritual and presented witr ered with vines and an old I Jacksonville will be solemnized -; S Is proud to announce that ;:::;
oaken bucket holding varicolored
the traditional emblem and I Friday night. June 29 at 8

long stemmed red roses. Dora flowers. o'clock in the Madison Street

Johnson of Lake Butler served{ Miss Martin accompanied Baptist Church, with a reception -,
as initiation chairman. at the piano by Miss KpperI following in the Stark :

4'' -- AND The opening devotional was I I i son, sang "April in Paris" and Woman's Club. : ;

given by Albert H. Humph, I! "April Showers". Miss Solano I All friends and relatives olJ : FORD MOTOR.C

principal of Lake Butler high accompanied by Miss Hardy J the couple are invited to attend .

school after which a novelty I sang "The Day the Rains I .
by Came" and "The Young in .
program was presented i =
"
Sherrill and Hilda Roberts I Heart. Recent Birth ,,
and Ginger Fortner.A i After the program Mrs. 1 =-=
short business sessionwas I Thomas gave the welcoming I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby r.: Has AwardedTERWILLEGAR

caP'l9' conducted by the president -i address and recognized all the I of Gainesville announce the ar m

Martha Rogers. honored guests who included ;rival of a son, Bobbie Loui< Z
I I
meat) After the installation a receiving -I the past presidents members ,Jr., on May! 13 in Alachua Gen.c:: '"

a,. w.canaaYuo.ar.ert.rtsa I line was formed by the 1 of the Junior Woman's eral Hospital. Paternal grand-:
+o6l new officers and new mem- I Club and their past president, parents are Mr. and :Mrs. C i 5 MOTORS
Mrs. Jerome Johns and the C. Crosby of Starke, and thi.
bers.The new Junior maternal grandmother is Mrs".,
president Mrs. L-
I
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SUN. MON.\ TUES. punch table was covered FyI
with an imported cloth, H. Outlaw; past president of Marie Elixson. 1 =
I
MAY 20 21 22 II =
centered with a crystal puns 1I

bowl and flanked on each, MAY$1Ica4 I 1; The responsibility of Serving

uFJ' side by an arrangement of e e

I I pink and white mums with

II i I I tall pink candles rising from
the center of each. Alpha Nu &

members of Lake Butler serv-
Lake Butler and

1 ed Chapter as hostesses.members of Starke iciitIuIJ

attending the meeting were

Miss Della Rosenberg. Mrs.

Edna Sistrunk. Mrs. Muriel S. LLJ

I Norman Mrs. Tommie Noun -- with -- :
Florida PEAT HUMUS bu. bag-
Mrs. Edna Hart Mrs. Kate SOc I- m

Sheppard Mrs. Mona Canova. = .j. -I
.
EfiflSfOUOW j and Miss Reba Starnes. 10 lbs. Cow or Sheep MANURE 79cI = '.. -. e
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Ida Darby Circle I CARS TRUCKS

Met Tuesday Ibs. CHLORDANE: DUST JJQc 4). :


"I i Ida Dary Circle of the First 1 Ib. Shaker Can FLEA DUST 69c :s '
: sa
Baptist WMU, met Tuesday SALES AND SERVICE
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
1 Lb. Shaker CanVEGETABLE
L. U. Morgan Sr. with 10 mem .
:, tea'-'i.* bers present The program en:; DUST, 79c ."



WED.MAY-23 THURS.- ,24 was titled Griffin presented"Let's were after served Face by which It by Mrs.Honestly'the refreshments J.hos A,: Aluminum Water SPRINKLERS 2.95 i.a c with Clyde T erwillegar'"WE



it: I tess.

FREE 2 gal. Otho Hose Sprayerwith UJ
Lady Golfers 0 =

fr- Have Get Together purchase of ORTHO ISOTOX ALL SERVICE WHAT WE SELL"
PURPOSE GARDEN SPRAY. 1 quart ,

The Starke Ladies Golf association makes 64 gallons of insecticide 1.1. myI I
held a get-together C I

and two-ball game Tuesday = ,
afternoon at the Starke Gall PHONE 964-3381. 206 WEST MADISON ST. =

and.Country Club with 40 husbands FLORIDA PEST CONTROL

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I game. 539 E. Call St. Starke Phone 96-{-3965 STARKE .BOOKER a GRA HAM LAWTEY KEYSTONE .

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:: I..i Dougherty To Be Honored Youth Drowned L. ShaUesrr and Jeioin
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-. :, "'boubIe At Gold HeadA Umatilla. -1 J Johns: *4 .
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-' ,' ,!J"l''f''J" 'k ..'.-.\.. 'iitI-- Anniversary' May 20 Delegates from Starke'ma- ''II '' The convention will clo-

Football And FinancesA A i eptlon will be given on A fif:een->ear-old Live Oak, king the trip, together with i! with. the traditional Sta

Sunday, itay 20, to honor the Florida boy, Harold Deen, their wives, included Exalted President' balI on Saturaa

A frank and open discussion of'any In a l'eplr'to the insistence ot the .double annfrersary of Father ; died: apparently from drowning .. Ruler L. M. Gaines, Thomas'j! night. *
problem is always interesting and this sports fans that winning football teamis bonnie n ugl terty. pastor of Sunday at the Gold Head ]1

.0 was, illustrated again Tuesday night essential to a successful school l, ,Morgan -,,:St. fcdward's( .,Catholic Church. 1e' Branch State Park beach on -- ..... -"'.----=- ----_ -_-.-,, ----- --'.'--- \

when a group of sports enthusiasts met accused this group 6'f thinking hat '"Ins many lends in theSt' ,Lake Johnson. ..:

with members of the Board of Public footbairis "the key to' 'the whole. school ikarea' are invited to celebrate Missin since 9:30: a. m. his 7fj; r--
, with him his seventh body not recovered until
Instruction to see what, ,if anything, :"problem" and said i that ,"if, but ;high 'ordination anniversary, as well i.i, mid-afternoon was by Head LifeGuard

could be done about raising the "sup scTiobls l have become:dependent on,f< tot-i as his fourth""year in Sf rke : Phillip Klatt and another r

plement" of the Bradford High School ball 'for their successthey- ... pare colne Father Dougherty was ordained % man unidentified, who

coaching staff.Although to's, frf, pass." 1 to the Catholic priesthood dived repeatedly in efforts to j
the meeting was orginally Th'e.sports fans argued thai the pub- 'on May "19, 1955, and ; locate the body. I

set up as an attempt to see what lic loves football, .wants a,winning team, was' appointed pastor of St. Harold had been visiting at

could be done about keeping Head Coach and emphasized That a :rackJ mmch Edward's Church on June 4, the park with his parents Mr. '
1958. and Mrs. Deen of Live Oak, I6-t96: 'Hd 'IS TIV3 3 108S6
Lennard Register and/or Assistant as 'Starke tias naa in recent e ?spits ___ Elks
Set Jax
The public reception will be -
Coach Dave Hurst at BHS, the discussion the school l and the;.. 'community& :Injth: fie, d in St. Edward's: newly near Lake City. ConventionFor AiddilS llNnaUllOdUVU'! 1S6'

'became more or less academic with spotlight of. favorable jpuo'lidty( andcr e- decorated pansh. hall from 7
V Rites Set .
fhe announcement that Register had ates, Ih image fc .,of ,a* -tQW iM schpol ;:to 9 p. m. RefreshmEmts will Friday May 24.26

already accepted a position at Panama :t that f pogrei l\ a 1a. 'gPM! e" '"tie served by the Ladies Committee For Elmer E.' Howe '

1 City, and that Hurst might possibly acCept The ftba1l' te th is thealling; point under: the chairmanship -; Of Keystone Heights State Elks President GeorgeC. ;

an attractive offer in Gaipe viUe. .of' 'school spirit:; hnd rnany'' 'othr."related! of "Mrs. 'Peggy 'sh ller. ,I Nichols of Fort Lauderdalewill t
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T. '.:' x. .J "Trt'V Tig ': : i.activities preside at the 56th annual
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Even. though it might be too l late ,U it ws said., ", : : Father Dougherty is Administrator Elmer Ellsworth Howe, 71. convention
I at the RooseveltHotel [
"of .
save the present coaches, the sports Somehow we1geV: the feeling that : the"iea Catholic of'activities Brad--: of Keystone Heights died in Jacksonville. May 24- $ 00'09$ JOMOTAJ J3Od

fans thought the board should still the spokesmen for These two points> of comprising ford.Union Baker and half of ---- Wednesday afternOon in Brad- :26. L ArIXO I OUU.\\C'1
boost the supplement of its coaching view are not as far apart' as'the: discussion 'Clay Counties in dditfon to ford County Hospital after a : A highlight of the convention

staff in order to be competitive with Tuesday night would appear to 'th'e pastorate of St, Edward's\ he was assigned to the parish brief 1890 in illness.Red Rock Born Pa.Nov., he was 18, :;, will be the annual breakfast, 6v. i SE'Z: UBD no l110! !

other schools in the area. the casual o server. Actually, sonje-1 Ke' administrator. : r of St. in Starke. He has also been a retired oil producer and had;} on Saturday, of the Harry- 1. i J I I'I O I Crt : 'Lc6V (

The school officials, on the other where between these two lines of thinking William's Chapel: Keystone' '. Priest In Charge of St. John's lived in Keystone Heights for; Anna Home Committee, whose I

hand, took the position that they did i there must be a 'middle ground, anti ''t lIghts, and St...Mary's"'fchapeir'Macclehny. Manor, a Catholic Retreat' two years. He was a member! membership includes Elks 1 i OE'Z.,: _. SJa.8uHS SS JD

not ,have money enough at their disposal we feel that both sides, in the long run, :-.. .. '. ,He also serves. I .House near Jacksonville. Dur- of the Methodist Church. I I George W. Brown and Jerome J ,? j61i'I :i \ \'INO f:
start' well-rounded as Catholic chaplain at theiJFlonda widow, Johns of Sttrke. The local -
to "bidding" for coaching per- want school program Surviving are his
l State Prison, indo'the ing the summer months he Elks help support this in-
sonnel. P. with at the Mrs. Margaret McLean Howe, I'JaUJng
Superintendent H. Morgan no phase overemphasized st" Florida State Hos- serves as director of Camp St. SL'I. qskL

stated flatly that he was opposed to expense of the other. I iti at M cc1n y. i John, the Catholic Youth, of Keystone; one son George: f.j i !J'I O I
raising coaching supplements without The board's agreement to review\ .:: A native 'Pennsylvania Camp, at, Switzerland on the T. Howe, Derrick City, Pa.; a
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taking a look at all other supplements, the entire supplement program at itfc 1 'Father Dougherty is a'gradu- St, Johns River. Plant daughter City, Mrs.; two sisters John ,Batts Mrs. | REAL ESTATESECURITY :)66 56. JadW H saq10I DArIT0:

and seemed to have the backing of the next meeting .should 'ie 'a step in this- i j'a f e of'St. Joseph's Jesuit CoIl There are five children in Elizabeth Iddings and Miss \ i f861 Ii./ I
board direction. : tege'High! chdol in Philadel- Father Dougherty's family who I'
in this position. l f3 Emma Howe, both of Derrick
are active in religious life.
and St. Charles Bor- I
I pliia. Pa. and three grand- :)66
!romeo Preparatory Seminary Two of his brothers are Franciscan City ; : StaJfs g ,31S M

Welcome/ News From GE I t in Overbro, Phil delpUa.I Priests; -and his two children.Mr. ,Howe was a life mem- .I i i'I O IA'LMO JlSUld6V !
He1 received his BachelOr of sisters are nuns in the congregation -
ber and Past Master of the
The announcement this week of' revived cession about that time, the company'resurveyed Arts degree i in philosophy of the Sisters of St. Masonic Northern Star Lodge i S6'E !' S13'iS\g O1SM

plans by the General Electric Co. its plans] and found it from St. Mary's University Joseph. Father Victor has visited S
No. 555, Deeke Center Pa. 1. .t\'INO g; IMSUJ!) (
to construct plant at Hague could along without the plantat Seminary, Baltimore, Md.,. st rke several'limes and
a new on get new Funeral services will beheld
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and Licent1.I now. an Air Force Chaplai..l
U. S. 441 north of Gainesville is welcome l- Hague. Now, it is assumed that the I ate! Degree was awarded in Sacred his Theology stationed in Germany. Father at 2 p. m. Friday in Jones )66 on; P'P"E{ IISV

news for Bradford Countians, justas company finds further expansion feasi- by the same seminary 1954. D rmot, who gave a three-day Memorial Chapel with Dr. .- ..26V f: f 'O
it is for residents ot Alachua County.A ble and is once more planning to builda mission here at. Christmas Albert C. Hon; ornciating.- -,
Coming to Florida, Father
study of the map shows that plant in this area. Construction is expected -1 Dougherty.. served' .as. counse- time, has ,returned to his terment will be in Pennsyl- Begins With YourREALTOR i 06'Z qnl HSBM

t Hague-reached by way of Brooker and to start in a matter of weeks. lor fOr several years at the work at the missions in Bra v nia. A'IKO Z Zt "<>\

LaCrosse-is little more than 25 miles Although welcome news, the current' Catholic Diocesan Camp of i fl. Sister Ann Gertrude and -

; from Starke, .about the 'same distance plans do not call for anywhere near the Our Lady of Good Counsel, Sister C6rnelias Marie are i; "" y' .-. .. -'!3 $! S6'6 UU:3 aSBq.ier)

from us as the Sperry plant at Gaines- total initial employment as that plan-: Floral 'City. His first official both teachers in the Catholic I
school k ((1)) an! ;Cd( TO( ?:
"We.vhere\ ;, assignment was as assistant system of Philadelphia. J
already -
many Bradfordites are ned in 1956. At that time it was said I A Realtor i is. a trained professional .
'! Father Dougherty's other p .
;j- employed. Twenty-five miles, that 1,700 would be required to operatethe to the director of the Shrine 1 a permanent, responsible G .. .
: of Our Lady of La Leche, St. brother, James, is a certified i S6 51.'S ueD aSBqjrerjI
with today's good cars and fast roads, plant. Present plans, on the basisof : accountant, residing with his businessman.Yhen
for the Marian it1 _
Augustine 1 .sell It'aspith ( ) RS fl((119? OZ:
is considered within easy commuting unofficial information call foi' an Year of 1954, a year dedicated family in Philadelphia. you buy or

distance for employment. For people initial employment of 'several huiidr d. to the honor of Mary, the Father Dougherty is the '- ? 1 1I his skilled ('counsel Jon get )66

:s in the western part) of Bradford County But that is still a big" boost for the area, Mother of Christ. first Catholic Priest to erve the M't'uritof knowing ant'xpt'rt 66'Z saxog IIIAJA'IXO !
has handled the trans-
: of course, the proposed:\ new JE and will offer new job opportunities t 'On Ascension Thursday of in the parish of Starke longer 4 action for you an exLwrtwho Z (UJnn

plant would be even closer-perhaps. just as close to us as th se affordedby 1 the following year, Father than two years. Those who ha-s to the world's
c', only 10 or 15 miles. Sperry, Cecil Field,' and formerly at ''Doughert was ordained to the have enjoyed his cheerful, frequent ; largest access storehouse of real 56.9 SZ'6, 9SOH uapJCD

General Electric first acquired the the.now-closed Green Cove Springs Na-'i Holy Priesthood by the Most I visits to 'the local hospitals : estate knowledge, throughhis J'IXO; : 1 l-C; ..M3SOH (
j Rev. Archbishop Joseph. P. I schools, and places of .. '' '1
Hague site in early 1956 and announced val Station. I : : : membership! in his local
I of the FloridaDiocese Business will join his well- :: '
plans at that 'time to the Hurley Bishop .. I real estate board and the 0696'I' JPPIPdSS
materialize will
move com .f present plans we ,
J', ,of St. Augustin.,.../.fter wishers this Sunday night in fr. ...- '
,,;1 munications products,department of the>> -j n.with Alachua County' in welcoming.I<1 serving three years as assistant -|i1he iipe"That'4ie will be allowed .s. -:;'' .4--i"k ,- -' ,'? Estate National Board.Association. of Real '.,'*;* ,. ,- ...{'INO z t,d VJ!;

S, company from Syracuse and Utica, N. General Electric to the Stark trade pastor of St. Joseph to grace the communityfor *: I

Y. But due to the general business re- area. I Catholic Church in Lakeland, many months to come. Look to the Realtor GO(: SZ'E: ,3SOH Japlupds
: who displays this;
A'lXO I I' .I.'! *X980H
Guard Units Set I Old 4\x mhlt'llI-the ;
City Dump i

Whose/ Age-Level In ,Question) ? J' Open House On I Being Cleared' A sjmbol securityNational of S1. Z 9Z'I' uapJC

Seems as though the "Vigilantes"are Richard Wright. !I Armed Forces Day. I 1 I For IndustryThe ( Association of A'lXO I 'ki <::7 7:

riding high again. Now, the works of some of these i, city of Starke and fLJLL1 Real Estate Boards o0.s
; Lt. Col. Harry M. HatcherJr. SC'9: soH u9p1t:
This time its a group of Texas Su authors were required reading in many Officer of Bradford County Monday be- Chicago, III.Washington .- .
Commanding
I per-Patriots who are somewhat overly high schools over 40 years ago. In fact';) the 748th Ordnance Batta- gan a joint project to clear Elvis Sang For $50 1 I). C. \, o 13: 97-

concerned with books being read by they pre-date the witch-hunting, book: lion, announces that both Co. 20 acres of land on the old I
i SPONSORED BV TIlE E -
Florida's schools. city dump for future use by Once In Ocala OS' OS.S asoH uapJc
students in burning period which Chicago and Cook: C, Starke National Guard unit :

I These Texas intellectual bare-backs County in Illinois went through when i I' and Co. B, Camp Blanding, an industry. I BRADFORD CLAY A1XOilOO Z .t1 47
have taken it upon themselves to ad- the Chicago Tribune was driving the[|! will hold open house from 1:30: Members of the city coun- i In 1955 a 20-3-ear old singer BOARD OF REALTORS AVON SYM
cil and commissionmet i named Elvis Presley was paid
dress a letter to Sam H. Moore, director "British history books" away from the,i to 3 p. m. Sunday. May 20, county STARKE!:
I last Thursday night to $50 for a personal appearancein
of education for the state of Florida, most beautiful waterfront in the world j I i in observance Week. 'of Armed Forces work out details of the joint ,I Ocala, Florida. Seven years Guy Andrews 1S019 TOT

providing a list of works which in their Chicago. The 13th annual Armed proj ct. According to Starke i later the same boy, slightly C. A. Fufch
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own words are "totally unfit for con- This country has intermittently had'L I Forces Day will be observed City Clerk Merrill Edwards, I! better known, returned for lo- Charley E. JohnsA. -

sumption at any age level." its troubles with "star-spangled intel 1 i Saturday throughout the na- approximately five acres ef i cation filming on his ninth J. Thomas JOJ UA\0-A'CA\ P.)

The books, the Texans maintain, lectuals" and has always survived them,,. tion with the theme "Power land on the site in already i starring movie "Follow That KEYhTOXE: HEIGHTS -)!JUI( : .uv swan asaq-L oS-doqg 1Jf! <.H3 UO:)

\ are in many instances authored by' We have no doubt that it will this i for Peace." cleared. The old dump is on i, Dream," opening Sunday at James E. :JIcEachernS.
members of communist front organiza- time, and in the future.If i I In a proclamation designa- the Edwards Loop southwestof the Florida Theatre. His salary E. McKayC.

tions. Some of the writers named in only one thing can be ascertained|j I ting the day locally, Mayor Starke. I came to about $15,000 J. 1'ete" O'Coiiiier3IIDDLEJtURG
this'Texas include Sinclair Lewis from the activities J Randal Chitty urged all citizens a day!
of these
purge Texas book. '' i
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} ,John Steinbeck, Willa Cather, William. burners, it undoubtedly is the question:':: events to and attend"to the further open,. house dem- THE flIGHT POINT for the!p 1'1,j going It was back a to strange Ocala,"feeling Elvis Wm. K. Weigel UMOG apSdn!
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Saroyan, Theodore Dreiser, Dorothy Whose age-level. have they left ir l I. onstrate national unity"'bY..wa'OD' 'write. Come in and reflected. "The place has ,

.Canfield Fisher, Oliver LaFarge, and question? : displaying our the flag of the United select BROOK_ your Fnuntain favorite Pen.ESTER-TELE. changed. Well, I guess" I've !'..-----. ....., r_ ""l: .... :::r.: '-. .1M--l\----....,.. 5- ---------.- -- .--'I

i i, States in front of our GRAPH. changed some myself -adv. I

I And I ask, why do a few coun- Graves Reunion :ii j homes. and Dlaces of business' I
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I ty officials outside of Lawteyuse this Saturday. Friends if have
i you
all their influence to' Review ,
ram
I I All fri nds and relatives of Progress .
I this stuff down our throats? i i the Graves and Abernathy Welfare Dept. o .. (",. -

We have good men and women 'I! Occupies New : S Interesting News' of Business, Industry
family are invited to attend '
here to do a good job In the General l Circulation Area of bugs (Heaven f forbid)
; the annual family reunion on Quarters
but we can't elect them for .. THE TELEGRAPH ,
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there are more colored vote Sunday May 27, at Gold Head } -, I 4"
May 16, 1962 in Lawtey than there are I Branch State Park., A basket The Bradford' Wlf re. D> ; : v- >* Contributions are Welcome!
I p rtment celebrated movej i ,
An letter to whom it whites. And of county ts.
open some our t dinner will be served at noon. i
to new quarters on Court there's.just thing
may concern: officials, mostly in Starke. '. i Street opposite the courthousewith TERWILLEGAR NAMED i Mr. Slade, who owns the one
Why do the people of Law come in and tell the Negroes CARD OF THANKSWe Slade Gas Transport in Starke, .
tey have to put up with whata who to vote for. an open.house last Friday Terwillegar Motors, Starke was among 4,000 dealers from ,,
few people out of Lawtey Nothese facts are no wish to thank our afternoon.The I| Ford dealer. this week received -, '
r throughout the world in at- .
board moved from its ; '
ram down our throats? credit to anyone in Lawtey. thoughtful friends and neigh- a letter from the Ford tendance. 'L todo: --
former in the old
quarters
Now I think we have men But I want all the people in bors for their many expres- Motor Company regional office the
Among speakers were:
who are qualified to fill the ,' Bradford County to know that sions of sympathy in our time county jail adjacent to the stating that, the local Senator TV L : I
I John Tower -
I It 1 courthouse in order to obtain personality '
of recent sorrow.The beautiful firm had been chosen to .
place of Marshall instead of we have plenty of unwanted I rep- Jinx Falkenburg, and
t having a Starke man to take '' help'when there is an election I floral offerings were greatly 'I''I much needed ,added space. resent the company 'in the E. OttoN.
th )o}). I'I f r'F in: Lawtey, or an appointment t appreciated. The faintly of ,I Present quarters consist of Lake Butler area"'i' association. Williams.SOMETHLXG president. CALL FLORIDA

It is awful to see what is ,; to be made. Mr. Ernest Byrd. three rooms in a building owned Clyde Terwillegar owner of
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going ,on in our little town. Thanks very much. i,i by Lex Green.Appointments the agency here in accepting NEW (Portrait Prof. B. A. .; ..
There tare three whiskey placeS W. P. KEMPP. for interviews 1 the new assignment said that

,within a few blocks of the S. And there is no recre.,;I way you write. Come in and i:, may be made any growth of Terwillegar Motors A new gift shop is comingto Bugg, Entomologist l) PEST CONTROl!
city haH and have been for ation of any kind for young select 'your favorite EStER- I 'Thursday morning. has been continuous since'' it Starke, locating in the \

years. bur rest rooms haven't people. Now there we could BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- Last year the Welfare De- opened four years ago. Since ,;:I Bradford Building Supply al >

been cleaned in 18 months. use their,help. Thanks. GRAPH. ,parement, spent $653,853 of that time Terwillegar's has'' 301 East Call St. The new
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funds Bradford, County. Majority employes 12 people. ner" will feature l import gift Just sign your name on a household regular pest inspection
: THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH of the funds went to 1
Ford: Motors in notifying along with the usual domestic '
1 ESTABLISHED: 1879 oH age assistance $14.381, Terwfflegar's of it's selection, offerings. contract. You write of course! .

4', k aid to dependent children, said that : selection 'of tHe Remodelling of the fronl! .
no !A's oldest weekly $136.217; aid to the disabled .
Starke firm was made on the part of the building is now in .
-. l' Newspaper Published Onettaooosly I $88,558; and aid to the blind. basis of constant service given progress and stock is expectedto -""\

I :( FLORI I % Under_ ( The B&BMM $14,792. to Ford buyers during the "be" moving in this week. AcI V.
Last month a total of $48- past four years. I II I"opening is planned in the neax 539 E.

I i A S S 0 T ON E. L. lrIAmE".S. 45'was spent oh the above future.
named in this
projects countyon
SLADE AT CONTENTIONi i ii l Call St.PHONE.
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total of 1,372 I '
a cases-an
BUSINESS BETTER
Editor and Owner"t i
I ; .: average of $36 per'person. i I la the .past 50 years the .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I j, business, of bringing city gas Several business firms ir:
IN TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE ARIA convenience to county homes Starke have reported an up.

\I ONE YEAR l.OO ONE YEAR S.MIX : THE RIGHT POINT for the ,has increased ten thousand turn in retail sales during th
MONTHS .> S 1.78 SIX MONTHS zoo wiy yon write. C.me in andket times,according to T. H. Slade past two weeks. There haj! 9643965f '
"3 THREE: MONTHS t.OO THREE MONTHS 0; t.Xf;
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& your htronte ESTER- who recently returned from been some talk of a city-wid : T .
:. t io..i! Published EathnurM r and Eatered! as Second ClaM B af&at ; BROOK' Fountain Pen tELE- the Liquified.Petroleum Gas retail selling event late thi: -

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SD' MAY_ 17, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TETJEORAPR.' : STARKE.
FI.ORIDA _'O'P .. P.1G"- .rivr.. -
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nHS froma !oes Lose 'TED. thi:! 15 day of Hay" C'la-toQ. Arnow" l>un<-ui \
ridermen\ ThirdIn 1962 sCHARLES JohnstonAttorneys
A. DARBY for tuff
9,3 To Belles Clerk of Circuit Court ; 2i South Main Street
Pradfnrd' County Florida Uainesvill( Florida
By: MARIAN CKOSBY. ;5-17 4t 6-7

State Track Meet :: 'n Final GameBradford r.t. Deputy:; Clerk


base allers were

"We had the best chance of :defeated --9-3' "by Jacksonville's.' ,
any team in the state to win Bplles'last Friday in their' bid Remod 1 NOVI

but 'we just didn't come to -enter the district I tournament -
through" Coach David Hurse in Jacksonville Beach.

sai id in a succinct recap ofBradford's Bolies sophomore Gary .
WITHIN YOUR BUD bET
third place finish Geigerich tossed a nohitterat
Saturday in the state trackrneet '. L the Tornadoes as he walked
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in Gainesville. ; : fix:: and struck put 10.". Kenny

But the coach, whose 1961 I Terrell also fanned 10 for i 'I

track team won the second ,t i i Starke while allowing eight ___ II"II"CALL FREE t ,

state 'championship in the hits.The 964-4201 ESTIMATESi I II
school's history, had nothing | Tornadoes scored one : i
but praise for all his runners J : run in the third on three : i MfiKf\ S I II

saying, "They all did a good L. walks and anLerr'or.' and two i I i ;
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job just to place in the' state r'sa in .the fourth on a hit battera I
.
mt.. The Tornadoes. missed f> The'walk, anti'U1re errors. I 'AMT.: 36 10S. 24 I M OS. IS MO?.
their third-state title by only f y aaw1 Tornidoes' finished: the
21 points as they were edged G. +s season with 8 wins and 14 de- $300.00 $10.83 S15.00 $19.17
9 r t 1:1j. .r tr I ,,, ,,,,
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by 29-26 by Winter Park : feats. 1 IlfiV' ':, :;: ,,:.,,&if.;>I'lJii u: F< ;( a:-" ">>f. '>-
500.00 18.06 25,00 31.94
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and Jackson ville's Terry Parker '"
) cochampions.Hurse .kM .. Jaycees Plan 1962 Tornado Baseball SquadShown 750.00 27.08 :37.30 47.92

had said before the < '- : : 1000.00 36.11 50,00 63.89:
meet that it would take 30 Midget Baseball above is Bradford High School's 196, baseball squad which compiled an 8-13: -- -

points to Win and that Starke : -: :' Starke won-lpst during regular season play: first row (l.r) Mike Waters, Bob Reeves, Arthur HolH-
The
with.
Jaycees,
could do it with a stellar performance 1 :day Gene Edwards, John Mercer\ Richard Durban, Gary Kouba, and Chuck Moore Second

Recreation!
Jr the help pf the
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from Its halfmile relay oW' $:1:1 ,.,':, | pepartment! have made final'j: ] row: Marty Starling:, Mike Frick, Lennox Kelly, Fred Wheeler, Ken Terrell, Billy Joe NO DOWN
team. Though lowering itsfc... .'. .'" i Sanford, Bill
Jackson Mark
Hamilton
<< .; ".'" ,plans for the Midget Baseball ;; ,, and- Jimmy, Moore.
previous time by ..6 of a second : -
Program for this summer.: ,: I
the 880 relay, team, composed If f CELLO Kenn wood Hotel El- jng ,to the i'
Complaint Plaintiffs
: ; ; The Jaycee, program has'become ; ;n ra* lirrnlt: Court of Flor-' on -
izatK-tbtown
of Tom Gardner, Hallle ? & I ida Eighth Judicial Circuit, In Pennsylvania. :; Attorney E. COV1NOTON
; : Seymour, Leonard Dugger, and Baseball Inc., organization Chancery, ., that a suit for Divorce i esville, Florida, and file the or- PAYMENTI'
Boys an -
r Freeman Register, finished! : : Helen Borer Concello, has been filed against you by ; iginal in the office of the Clerk :
3 Lttj; i composed:; of more than : Plaintiffvs HKLEN BORER CO.VCELLO, i hf the Circuit Court at Starke
fifth with a 1.32.3 because ofa : Plaintiff, 1n
; 1,719 I the Circuit Court i Florida, on or before the 18th'
348 leagues and teams -
; .
I -FJorida\ Eighth Judicial Cir
bad hand-off. Joseph Anthony day pf June, 1962. Otherwise
Concello,
i Silcox Vaults :, in 'the southeast. DefendantQTICE cuit. 1n and for Bradford County the allegations Of said Complaint NO PAYMENT UNTIL JULY --
!
The Tornadoes lost four 1 in Chancery and are '
you will be taken as confesstd -
of I'
Benefits the :>: i
j joining program TO APPEARTO
hereby required to serve a
) more expected points wher.junior !I 1 will be better insurance ;i I : JOSEPH: ANTHONY CON-I of your answer or other plead-copy by yo"I I 36 MONTHS TO PAY
pole vaulter Lynwood' i, I
; Jumper Silcox Sets ExampleOf rates on the players, official I II I
Walters, who had been unableto i I' j
rule books to go by* and a *
ump all week because of 1 Paint Up -Fix-Up
chance to compete in tournaments Vote tor and
Support
a badly pull leg muscle, fail- Hard Work For CindermenAlthough .
at the end of the sea-
ed to place. Walters cleared AddARoomNew Bath

the height necessary to place I Bradford High' his achievement."You 1> son.The Coming:, next week

by several* feet but bad timing t School, failed last Saturday get tired of it but ;, Little Boys Jaycees League will open season their on Starke's New t George W. Roberts Jr. I Include Fixtures Septic
in letting hi pole cost hima to win its : be ,
go second: straight you'd surprised how much
Saturday, May 26, at 2 p. m. f VAGAJJQNDCORNER Tank .. Materials Only
or
position. state track championship k
I ,j it helps the senior vaulter ; scheduled.
: with a doubleheader -
ft +
Starke also got some unexpected -i some members of the team :i said of his pre-school jaunts : For County CommissionerDIST. Include Labor!

points when senior william I j: still gave outstanding per- !I| during which he sometimes The opening will be -. 'Gift- Sliop'r, -!
Silcox finished third, a, f ormances-and one of them ;;I; ran as much as four miles. i game : NO. 2 (NORTH STARKE)
| local radio'station
the
: broadcast
( over Call! Us For FREE EstimateNo
four-way tie in the' pole "vault! was a Hardworking, pole vault- |; The plucky jumper also* in conjunction with ..'- -.-- ,- --- A Native son, Interested In The Progress I
with a 12 foot leap, and ini i j era William Silcox. i j i demonstrates real team spirit, !' Radio J Ii IiR Of Bradford County.
Jaycee Day. Obligation
:
Seymour's second place finish The senior vaulter, this will I I just one instance of which.' & S HOMESBtJILDERS I $
in the 120-f 'high hur-1 I be his fourth letter in track j j came in the district meet in : INC. Promises An Efficient And Business-Like

dies to tie the school record of lived up to everything that was! ,, which he and a vaulting teammate | Jr. Baseballers I Complete Building: Service Operation Of aUf County Government. Starke Builders SupplyI

149. Both boys, Hurse said,; expected- of him as he jumped I,|I junior Lynwood Walters. ; Asked To Register !I ,epa'i..s-Altfratiolls .
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fr finished surprisingly well in!. 12 feet to a four-way tie for i i i tied for third place at 11 feet. i i PHONE 724-1711 I
the two '"events. third place in the state meet. I I Walters had an injured leg r All boys 13-15 of age who 10453 Atlantic Blvd. i Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated I u-
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3 Seymour was Starke's out- The hard working vaulter has j j and couldn't go higher so William are interested in playing in a' Jacksonville' Fla. I,

standing performer setting a always been a steady performer I'I who could easily have J! Junior Baseball, 'League. should i e .
state and school record by and he didn't let up a bit j gone higher, quit at 11 feet so iegister at the Recreation" Department I j'I J! -::: u

winning the high jump with a Saturday. i Walters could qualify for the this week. I
6' 4*4" leap, a quarter Inch "He is one pf the hardest'' state meet. Only the first; if enough 'boys register, two :: I

higher' than his previous best.' workers on the squad" Coach three places in each event i' teams will be organized in'I

Besides his second place i David Hue stated, And he I'| ,qualify for the state meet and I Starke and a league will be I

performance in the high hurdles -: was one of the first vaultersto ;i Silcox wanted to avoid push- formed with Lawtey and !
I II
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Seymour also finished hit 12 feet as a sophomore. j ing Walters down into fourth i Brooker. I HALF

fifth in the 180-yard low hurdles Silcox has won the AM Club j place. i I... I
with a1 time of 20.7 and Blanket Award for two years :; William plans to attend i :
"
another school record. Thus in a row the[ tied with Hal ,; Lake City Junior College next JjServicesffe/d j 1 !; ,

J he' set one state record. twoschool Lawson this 'year]. Each boy;'! year, but he won't be pole
records 0 and tied still who and ; D. M. H eat h ,
another gets up each morning vaulting since the school does [ .- '_J''" -', _/" _,, -- ,_"' _../O'_" -_ '
school mark. runs before school is a mem- ,: not yet have a complete ath- O- t

j Junior Freeman Registerwas ber of the club, and every man' letic program. But he plans Ft. Lauderdale :
'also 'a standout performer who does not miss a single day' to later transfer to the uni-

finishing second in the 220- during the year is presented'with versity of Florida and will I David Morgan Heath, 49, i
yard dash at 22.2 to lower his a blanket to represent participate there. died Friday morning at his PRICE.- '
own school record of 22.5 set home in Fort Lauderdale as .' ,

last week in the district meet Beaten the result of a heart attack > -
Darby
b He also ran a 10.2 century to [ ;: He was the husband of Mrs. it

place fourth in that event. Only TwiceIn Agnes Sapp Heath, who was ;
Senior Irwin Martin also liv- visiting her brother-in-law and I

ed up to expectations when 'rteq sister, Sheriff and Mrs. P. D.I i
Half Mile"When
he finished first in the pole Reddish, in Starke at the !

i vault with a 13 foot leap, and Mike makes up his time Mr. Heath was stricken. I We're Over-Stocked .

t ,senior Mike Darby was fourthin mind to do something, he Mr. heath was born Dec. 12, j on Table Lamps

the 880-yard run with a usually does it," BHS Track 191$ in Charlotte N. C. He [

time of 203.;: I Coach David Hurse said of was a retired radio' technician;

'Team totals in the meet his crack half miler, senior and operator, and a veteran of j

were: Winter Park and Jacksonville Mike Darby. World War II, having servedin

, 29; Starke, 26 ls; St. But determination just __ ;\ I the Navy as. a warrant officer I' I
Leo of Dade City, 20; Jack- wasn't enough to beat the flu He was a member of the ; s .a One Week

sonville Ribault, 19; Jackson- bug and all the oppositionlast Baptist Church. .! Only

ville Beach Fletcher, 17; West Saturday in the state Mr and Mrs. Heath had : i[

Palm Beach Forrest Hill 16; I i I track meet in which Darby cently returned from a re-I
.
Auburndale., 14; Lake Wales: |, placed fourth in his specialty months' tour of Europe. and [j :
14; Macclenny 12. with a time of 2:03.: had Brine, "pn .to the W -r1d's I{ AlI
I I
; "He was in the race all the Fair in Seattle, Wash., while I $ -

Stallings Climbing !!i! way until the last turn and p his wife returned to Florida. .

In City SoftballStalllngs' then he just gave out of gas," ,. Mr. Heath had just returned TABLE LAMPS POLE :
Hurse said of the 5-7 and 135 to his home in Fort Lauder-I

pound hunk of dynamite. Darby | dale last Thursday .
i
Truck Stop upset LAMPS
had been beaten in the I:. fore his fatal attack Friday t t
i t I
second Williams Jewel-
place '
We're overstocked on Table Lamps.Two .
' I morning. t I
half mile only once this sea-
i > 18.11 last Tuesday night
and then beat Natural Gas son before Saturday. The Besides his widow, he is j i +<' : c shipments arrived this week Black, white or beige
1 I II : '
20.8 Monday night to extend stocky runner holds down the survived by three brothers, : t ,,; 1 which we had not expected for 30
white shades.
poles with
record the half mile Jack, and !
,I their winning streak to three!' school in Wesley, Lee Heath, !
games and to move within a I, with a time of 2:02.4. all of Charlotte N. C., and a : style I Extends to 8-6". I I
for his weakened sister Mrs. Arthur i and colors. :
j Except McGee of:
half game of second place. j I
Regular $9.95.ONE I
condition Darby would most Cleveland Ohio '
| ;
Garden Restaurant defeated ONE WEEK ONLYRegular I
Williams Jewelry 11-1 and likely have placed higher than i Funeral services were held ; L f
fourth thus the flu bug did f at 2 i WEEK ONLY I
Natural Gas 24-3 during the p.m.l\iOnd y in the Jones, Price '
i its part to defeat the Torna- I Memorial $6.95.- $10.95 I''1 j jI
week to extend their winning' t;;:. :-. Chapel with Rev., ;
streak to eight games without)|. does in their try for their Leo A. Herbert, pastor of the I I .7 I
Darbyhis .
a, defeat. I'I'I second straight state track ,,, First Baptist Church, officialing. -i $J50 to $$995 $$595.1 I

I Brooker defeated Natural championship.Of fastest time or 2:02.4: virtually ,- Burial was in Crosby!

I Gas 26-23 in a high scoring I Darby, who was also an i*I without competition. Lake Cemetery under the dij j j .4.

game played on the new diamond outstanding guard on BHS'a I He was beaten only once before ,-, reclion of DeWitt- C. Jones; II _

'at Brooker to end the f undefeated football, squad 131!I the state meet this yearn Funeral Home. .' .''_>>- -'_,'----_-0-_,-- --.<---:_-,, -' _... -. .-. -. _-,, ----
: c- -< : ; ,
::
I by Jacksonville Lee's'Millet : ,
week's".action.. Brooker's win year Hutse says, "He really ): I I I
I moved 'tbemout of the cellar.STANDINGS .! has been -an outstanding athlete "'I who ran a 2:01: in the wi Style Show, Cotton t Y-, : : : S ; ';" : '
I for' his size I don't I II i bault Relays. ; THROWPIllOWS-- '
I : W L GB i iI. ; just '. Clinic To Be : : % %
I. Garden Restaurant 8 0 I see bow he has done it." "You need. both speed and i < fT V

Williams. Jewelry.. 533 Darby, who rarely faced: endurance; 'you have to run' Staged SaturdayA .. If+
, fallings' . .. 5 4 3* a man anywhere close :: the first quarter in 57 seconds j Most any color. Use them in the livi

,I Brooker. . 2 6 6 I to his size, always placed! ] without tiring too> Style Show and Cotton 1 I rF1 r. : i Ins room, bed room or family room.
Natural Gas . .1 8 7!% I high on the individual tackles much1 for the final lap," Darby : Clinic will be.staged in Starke I j I :

list from his linebacker said as he outlined the Saturday afternoon from 1 to ![ I .
Saturday Last Day main ingredients needed to be. 3 p.: ml: al the parking" lot of :; En & A X 1 Week ONLY S .

spot.He used the same determination j a good half miler-and h L the North Florida S pply. : i 3 1 .
For Bowlers j Reg. $2.98 . w '
to run track. running should know what they are. Department stores and oth1er j ;: -- .111 ;
To Register I retail clothing
_' : I II Methodist Church meeting 7:30: p.m. participate with models depicting -.': ,,. -'} "::;, .-. :-... "-;-.:--_-,,<-:';-':-".""""'" .: --:-.-:'__.: '''-:____
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I Saturday-is the last day for f, Wednesday: Prayer- Meeting fashion wear, i i I
couples to' register in the Schedule for week of May 8 p.m. Commission on Ed; Final- plans. for the event i i iI I
20: ucation meeting 9 pjn. were ,cemented at a meeting]t I -
Starke Mixed Bowling League 4 '
Church School, Thursday Chancel Choir "it';A Fact You Can : i'
Which will begin the first Sunday I of the Chamber of Commerce I
Friday in June at 7:30 at the 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday morning, with Vir- Denmark Furniture '

Bowlero Lanes in Gainesville. 11 a.m. Snack Supper for"!I A breakfast honoring all I ginia Smith of Starke Clean- Do Better at" Co. :!:

e'itir; tree teams .have young people, 6:30: p.m. YouthMeetings high school graduates of the'! ers and Laundry as.coordina-I- jl I
7 p.m. Evening Worship j church will be held in Fellow tor.
rt gisiered _and _the ,league is i I 1'Iij:
looking! for at leasf, on$ moreteaii i p.m. Fireside for MYP,I j' ship Hall this Sunday mom-.j i, A meeting of the merchants I OF ili

composed"of, fcfro.couples..Anyone .i 9 p.m. Ii i ing. j; division of the Chamber has-' t .... J .!PHONE '9644321 STARKE: !
interested: in ''join Monday- MYP Subdistrict] All officers of the WSC3 I, been set for Tuesday at 10 a. .
ing the league should contact j I I meeting at Worthington: and the Wesleyan Service m. at Guidon's Restaurant [I II 43W6Wesi Call Str t. i !II Ii,

the Recreation Department by I I Springs, 7:30: p.m. Guild will be installed at the was announced by R. H. Me- '. d . IiI

Friday. I I Tuesday Cub Scout Pack morning worship service. Inure, chamber president.



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i .._PAGE_SIX ________ -- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 17 1962

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Circuit Court docket.transferred to the absentee !\I Council EyesVacation Scout Fund Nets I urer.Meetings Hardy,Prevatt.Gere H. Johns and Margaret _

of the committeewill
I PRECINCT NO. 4-GR\IIAM
Trials SetContinued Five other cases transferred $536 In Drive be adjourned until Sep- Clerk: H. D. Barnes; Inspectors -
I
PolicyContinued Thelma C. ,
Broughton
I to the absentee docket tember. :
:
J Frances M. Crews and Bunle V
[ from Buford Mitcneil, general so- i
Page 11] were: [ from Page 1] Broughton.
Bernie P. Troy, forgery and ;, licitation chairman of the' \OTICR. '! PRECI.NCTo.. S.IIAMPTOXClerk _
ligation ordered. ; I Notice is hereby given that : W. II. Maxwell, Inspecters. '- _
I the street Boy Scout Finance Drive announces |
William uttering a forgery. department, were I the following Clerks and Inspectors ; Shirley J. XC>man
y Wims, Miami Nero F. E. Rosier, issuing a worth- !operating on skelton crews the collection of $536'I have been appointed Sylvia X Cox and Laura H*'lie
): charged on two counts of i I with a few more contributionsto for the Second Primary: election i, Brown.
breaking less check. j flow to be held Tuesday. May 29. A. PRECLCT -NO. THKHKSSA _
and entering pre- ,, Ralph Henry Mitchell, non- Rosser said that the police 4 5'N come in. D 1962 in the'ariou re- ClerkJohn E. Haiinnud'
|entence investigation (c-mcts of Bradford County, Florida Inspectors Elsie Belle Cuann:
ordered -
:
i j S $ Some of the receive -
is money
department operating
'' support. '- : Mattie Sibley and Virginia T _____
Norman Brent McAuley. es- j. now without a relief man, S I will remain here to buy FUECINCT AO. 1-LAUTEY i i Dry den.
L j f[ Ernest William Smith Jr., ,(. who also usually takes up the r j needed equipment for local : Clerk': Stanley Crawford: InSIcctors PRECINCT >O. 1-.' E\\' DIVER:
\ : Silas M. Brown Lois Clerk: M Floyd Wlggllll-
& L1
-year-old prisoner serving II cape.Margie r Scout units. The remainde Winnie Mae, Ai,
Marie Broskey, desertion i slack when vacation time ar- S A. Waters, Marycille Parley Inspectors:
!IQ' years from Miami Bennett and Laura J. Bryan ': drews. Flora Belle :Nettles HUQ
on an of minor children. I rives. He said three of the -, S will be sent to the North Flor- '' PRIX'INCT NO. ::-- X011TH Patricia Ann Johns.

assaUlt to commit murder Civil Cases Scheduled {,i six policemen have requestedthat i ida Council to assist in the'' SsTAHKi: PUCCI-SCT: :' o. -IJROOK"RClerk
Charge; six months N G Ha>es. Sr In _
Clerk :
additional overall Scouting by : Charles Hard; Inspectors
be allowed to workon program ,
Benjamin Finn administrator they 5 4 : Elizabeth T. Thaller, pevtors: Elma Hamilton. Sh _
sentence & .
for escape. Judge of the estate of Rosa Lea through their. vacations 4 providing training, literature, Doris E. Norman Juanita }I. Icy X Green and Lula :M.Raster. .<.
lurphree was lenient in view I Councilman Carl Lamar and professional guidance to1 I Hard}. Ella Mae Chastaln Margaret I _
of the Finn, deceased, vs. Dr. A. JJ i i I T. Blankenship, Myrtice'O BY ORDER of the Board ,1 _
previous sentence ana Barry and Dr. Pete G. Johns' motion was for "City S. IH local Scouts and their lead- Dennis and Helen X. Sapp County Commissioners of Bran
the boy's youth. FeloS'i I ,, S PKEflACTO.. 3SOLTILSTAILKI I furd County. Florida this i today
to be allowed to ers.
} Edward Starke physicians,- I j employees fJ ; !I : of May, AD. 196.
H. Griffis, charged for May 28, 1:30: p. m. II j i work during their vacation 5 "We wish to thank the peo- : Clerk: Raymond L. Stone; Inspectors Charles A. Darby, CieisOFFICIAL
!:n two counts-forgery and ;, S S Edward W Coolbeith : ( SEAL)
only when absolutely necessary ple of Starke and Bradford I :
Norris j
:Sion-support sentenced I I Helen A. individual-I Dorothy J. Sheppard, Jo Ella It -17 _
to
i i I
ly and as [ and that the chairmanand County for their support dur-
12 ; I Ii
months in jail on the for- ; the council member who ing the drive" Mr. Mitchell |
i the estate of Harold I. Norris, j 5, :
gery charge, but committ-I I deceased, vs. S. M. Wall Construction j I heads each department make 1 said. "Your interest and contributions i
1 4'
:
ment withheld as long as he Co. and Helen AJ I I the decisions." -4"'S' iit _: : will enable Scout : To My Friends of Bradford County Who

pays $20 per week toward the Norris, administratrix of !1 I Mayor Randal Chitty said leaders to expand the SCout- :!
as
*support" of his former wife. the estate of Harold I. Norris I i. that vacations are givenso !Awards Given Award winners at the annual FFA Banquet Thursday night ing program tt give every boy Did Not Vote for Me in the First Primary ___

Ralph Blackburn- nonsupport deceased, vs. S. M. Wall that employees can spend ;I of last week are (from left): Robert Crews, Wayne Stalnaker, in Bradford County an opportunity -..,

case continued until further Co., both trials set for May i i some time away from the At ParentSonFFA I Henry Harreil, Wayne Clemons, Harry Loper, Glenn Sapp, and II II I to participate in Scouting. For County Commissioner -- Dist. 2 _
order of the court.State's "
28 at 1::30 p.m. A total of I i I job "to refresh themselves." I Don Brandes. : j.I
Attorney T. E. Dun-
a $125,000 damages is asked in He suggested and the council I -- _

t tan moved for and was gran- the two cases in which the agreed that efforts be made Banquet II I, Guest speaker was Rev. Roman Accomplishments reports for I Gibson ChairmanOf _

ted a motion to estreat two Norris automobile crashed into before vacation time next Alvarez, assistant pastor I Ii the last year's activities were ': I will Sincerely appreciate your

:$l.OOG bonds against Clyde i a road machine near the Desert -I I year to. hire relief for all i Harry Loper, BHS Senior, i of the Pine Level Baptist given by William Carter for Children's Group Vote and Support in (the Second ____

Conner of Starke on countsof I Isle Motel north of Law- ;! departments.In I captured four of the seven j Church and a past president the Bradford Chapter, and !: ,I' : M _

possession of moonshine ,tey when U. S. 301 north was the only other business top awards given Thursday of the Bradford F- Henry Harrell for Starke I L. H. Gibson was elected Primary on May 29.

and possession of a moonshine under construction.L. discussed at th brief meeting night of last week at the an- FA Chapter. He presented I Chapter. I chairman of the Bradford _

:fitill. Conner has jumped bond A. Wynn vs. Rayonier, Chairman J. D. Doyle nual Parent-and-Son Banqagt plan for. "a good life" which I Elbert Hersey, president of County Children's Committeeat I .' YOUR FRIEND
and also has additional charges I that of the Starke and Bradford j included hard work, I the annual election held ,
': Inc., trial set for May 30. suggested parking cars proper; the Bradford Chapter, served
pending. Duncan's motion 1! Future Farmers of j education, willingness to ac- I here Tuesday.
Damages of $500 asked for be eliminated on Walnut Chapters, as master of ceremonies. The EWELLLAWSON
"That a capias be issued for I the claimed cutting of Wynn's; Street from Jefferson to America. The event was held i cept responsibility, ability to welcoming address was given I Other officers elected at _

onner's re-arrest was granted. I fence by the Rayonier com I, Jackson Street. the block I in the BHS cafeteria and was profit by mistakes, a belief by Wayne Stalnaker, with W. I this time were Rev. Bob Bad- __

: The later cases, larceny pany. I I which contains the Woman's I attended by around, 270 FFA i| that no problem is insur- C. Stalnaker making the re-I gett, vice chairman, and Mrs. (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

.Of automobile and forgery and I Betty H. Benson and C. H. t Club and Methodist Church.He members, their parents, and i mountable, pride in accomplishment sponse. Pat Scoggins, secretary-treas- I_ .
:uttering a forgery, we r"! to other and a belief in
guests.
i Benson, her husband, and C. said it is impossible j I Honorary Chapter member-
H. Benson as next friend of i see up and down Walnut The banquet was served by God. He advised the group,
I i with color(including parents, that it is ships were presented to Bryant
| Lisa Benson vs. Gold House Street from Jefferson without candlelight a

i Restaurant, Inc.. and Ray I : driving out into the scheme of blue and gold carried never too l late to achieve success Reddish of Lawtey, and the \iIKJij

$ out in the decorations I in life by applying this fathers of two
J. Moye, trial set for May 30. :! street. I chapter presi

J.I ': Mrs. Benson claims to have Mayor Chitty replied that and flower arrangements.Loper I 1 formula. dents, Clyde Hersey and J. C

slipped down on the premisesof i i the matter had been under I took the DeKalb Award winners, in addition Harrell. '
20 Words I lebs, time ____
or one .95
-- Memorials, Resolutions _______ word
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next week hold- discussion previously but > to Loper, were Harreil per
Coming, the Gold House while j award, which goes each yea : Henry ,
II Special musical numberswere If not paid in advance ____________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks ____ _
.11 VAGABONDCORNER ing her child in her arms. that the parking spaces to the outstanding senior Future [IState Chapter farmer; Wayne ---- up to 50 words 2.50

) hadn't been eliminated be-I Farmer; also the award demons and Robert Crews I presented at intervals I Keyed or Blind Ads ----------------_ 1.00 Over 50 words .. _. __ __ 5c per wordDisplay

: TilE RIGHT POINT for the the Star Green Hands during the program by The Each additional word over 20 03 ads in _____
near Wayne Classified _
Starke's New cause they are ;for farm electrification, and: ; I ---------- 1.50 per inch
in and Gospelaires, and the chapter
4 write. Come
way you downtown area and because Stalnaker, Soil and Water
: Gift Shop! select your favorite ESTER- the situation was not hazardous -! shared awards for soil and Conservation, and Farm Me- sweetheart, Miss Sally Ann HAVE OPENING for 1 YOUR OLD WATCH will REAL OPPORTUNITY
I Pen. TELE- water conservation and Star $87.50 per week man. Age 251 I make the down payment on a Area distributor
Fountain wanted for
_
BROOK chanics Epperson, who played
Don
I' enough to merit removing -i I ; Brandes and piano to 67. We also have opening beautiful new Bulova at oroven product that provides

GRAPH. ''I that many parking I Chapter Farmer.McRae Glen Sapp public speaking. selections.is for 2 $62.50 per week Dahmers Discount I steady sales in city. county

I, spaces so close to town. I ladies. Age 37 to 63. Per- _ _ House.tfchg and suburban areas. Be your
1- ElectedCommanderOf three sons, Barney, Russell : a violation of the law, manent. Car necessary. Thisis
1 the I I
and boss. with
Chitty suggested :1 FOR SALE Georgia Red own earning; potentials -
NOT
and Donald McRae, all of it occurred in Bradford Coun- Insurance. For personal I Sweet of over $1.000
potato
council agreed to have the 1 interview in plants. Now per
safety committee investigate : I Starke; four sisters, Mrs. Ella I ty since Siemer resides at please write Mr. Camp your ,area 659 ready. $3 per 1.003. YOU pull mo. Your customers who are

the problem. The also I Neal, Gainesville; Mrs. Mar- Kingsley Lake and is appar- West Peachtree Street, N. E. them or $4 pulled. J. W. | established for YOU are selected -

mayor gie Underhill, Starke; and Mrs. ently qualified to vote in Clay. Atlanta 8. Georgia. Gaskins Rt. 2. Box 93. Jfchg. retailers only. No
1 i suggested that the parking Post houpe-to house canvassing
I i spaces won't be needed so Legion 1 Neta Pritchett and Mrs. Clay County Clerk George __ __ 4tchg _5-21 FOR RENT Unfurnished I Product is a repeat purchase

1! badly after the new parkinglot Florence Haltiwanger both of Carlisle said a group of Clay BRADFORD COUNTY house Also furnished and I I item. Investment approx
Julian E. McRae, who serv- : Jacksonville; 18 grandchildrenand citizens reported Siemer's dual MODERN CB home and fertile unfurnished apartments. Desirable $650 for merchandise: neces-
I
Florida Bank
of the new ed as 1st vice commander this 29 greatgrandchildren.Funeral registration four days before land. Ideal for country location. Reasonable sary. Act Now. Write Box
At Starke is in operation. I living. Paved road. VA or summer rent. W. H. Nollman.
I I
i I year, was elected Post Commander services were held I Ii thc May 8 primary, but no convential financing. !", 510 N Cherry St. tfchg.!I Ii Telegraph.823-P % Bradford County

; of American Legion i at 3 p. m. Tuesday in JonasMemorial action was taken to remove Seven acre farm. large frame! I i __ _Starke._ ____3to n_ 5-24_

t :Negro Shot j Post 56 at the annual election I Chapel with Rev. his name from the ballot. The house completely furnished. PURCHASE EQUITY and assume I FURNISHED APARTMENTS:

AT GREAT SAVINGS! I Tuesday night, May 8. He will i I Leo A. Herbert, pastor of the votes received by Siemer made Paved road. 650000. VA loan on 3 bedroom : lights ani} water furnished
A. J. TIIO {AS._Realtor home in Saratoga Heights. Tnnuire Bullhvton Studio or
:While FleeingContinued be installed with other post I First Baptist Church, and J. I no difference in the outcom:? Payments $56 per month. Bv qi w''11I+ 1\.faoicnY'l R+ rf.h

t officers, after the Florida Department T.Quigley of the Gospel Tabernacle ) I of the election since the in- FOR SALE-3 bedroom house owner. Phone 964-5842. d
,
convention' 'at' Miami l ffi iaUng. Burial'was 1 cumbeht, "Otto J. M ITh e received and H acre in Lawtey: L: O. tfchsr HASTINGS MATTRESS
[ From Page 1] Teston, Rt. 1, Box 83-A. Law- ,
I Beach May 31 to June 3. in the family plot in Crosby more than his two opponents '& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
POTATOES I tey. 6tD 5-31 FOR SALE-Lake Front
Sweger Construction Company I Other newly-elected officers Lake Cemetery under the direction together, winning in FOR RENT Lots. Santa Fe and Lake! 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Adults only.
a sub-contractor on U. I for Post 56 are: Wm. S. Haas.,I of DeWitt C. Jones the first primary. First class first floor apart- Lockloosa. Terms. Guy An-I Furniture Repaired,

: S. 301 south. He was paroled 1st vice commander; George Funeral Home. Affidavits show that Seimer ment. Two bedrooms. Private drews. phone!_ __964-6811._ :_ tfchg I'I Upholstered & Refinished

': in custody of Charles M. Pierce, 2nd vice commander; Active pallbearers were registered in Bradford County entrance. TV- aerial, COLONIAL FLORIST ,

1 0 lbs U. S. No.1 1 Maine Owens, an employee of the Bill Tilly, finance officer; S. grandsons of Mr. McRae. i in 1954 and in Clay Countyin convenient location. No pets. I Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. ; MATTRESSES REBUILT
128 N. Church St. 2tp 5-24 | l| New Innersprings
construction firm. E. Sparks, chaplain; Paul Ca- 1958 and voied in both Flowers wired any place. Flowers <
i and Box
historian A. L. At the time OCALA NATIONAL for all occasions 'I Springs
Chief Rosser said Tuesday nova ; Crosby counties in 1960. locally.

; that no gun or knife was: I, Jr., service officer; G. J. Mc- I Mrs. Bryan I he listed his occupation as FOREST Phone 964-6291.506 East NoLa : Drop Us A Card or Call

found on Lewis after he was i' Griff Jr., post adjutant [appointed -: New Head Of part-time minister. CAMPSITES I If St. tfchg PALATKA EA 5-916G

.TOMATOES 1 lOc shot or anywhere along the: I ]; Bill Soto, sergeant- ; 1 80 x 100 I STARK 964-5934
Lawtey Rec. Board I- f FOR SALE In Keystone 2
Cash i -
$198 ;
or MRS. PEGGY
RIPE PER LB. path he ran. The chief said,, at-arms; H. A. Bishop Jr., A. I I SIIALLER,
VINE ---- I II BR. LR large kitchen and
: I: Y. J. Shaefer $20 Down; $9 mo. I Starke, Agent
however, that it was entirely Covington and C. I dining area. Full bath. Good
I Mrs. Raymond W. Bryan ist -
I Access to Launching
possible that the Negro executive committeemen. t lot in town. $4.600. Terms I
: chairman of Lawtey's new re- j Ramp Oklawaha River. MILK COWS for sale. W
on
STRING BEANS threw his weapon away under Commander H. A. Bishop to suit buyer. 'No reasonable E. Martin. U.
FRESH creation board, appointed last| ANGUS HASTINGS offer refused for quick sale. I on S. 301 across
I cover of the darkness and l Jr., reported that seven dele- i from Green Post place.
week by Mayor Charles R. Phone 4569 Keystone. ito
j Box 140, Fort McCoy Fla. I
: not found. gates attended the District 'ew 1WLII II
it has been I Shuford. Other officers of the : ( t I 2tD5-2\
The three Maxville Negroe; Conference in Ocala on April : i SEPTIC TANK cleaning andi 1951 FORD TRUCK for sale. I WANTED TO
Pounds 29c board are: J. L. Waters, vice i RENT-Un-
3 i arrested for fighting were I 29, and that Charles Shaefer I chairman; Mrs. H. W. Bennett !' i feed line service. Joe Forsythe, or trade for pick-up. B. L.I' fuimshed 2 BR house or a-
lEmma Rawls 41, Willian 1 was elected District Executive 1 j4'-I : P. O. Box 184 Lake Butler, Barnes. Lawtey. Fla. partment in good section of
Rawls, 33 and Marion Smitl::1 Committeeman. secretary; Eugene Pearson i i Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. town. Willing to lease. John
i ; i treasurer; and D. A. Jon 4tp 5-31 FOR SALE-Desirable residential -j Walsh care of Florida Hydro
Jr. 39. The fourth ir from the ---- ------- : --- ,
; Negro L Delegates elected lots. close in. Terms.
i es, program chairman. 1: FURNISHED APARTMENT I II carbons, Box 68, Phone 2831
the car came to Starke with i post to attend the Department Floyd Green, phone 969-2942 Brooker.
SQUASH 3lbs 2SC I I j The board met Monday I II I for rent. 2 rooms and bath. I 2tp 5-17 I 2tchg 5-24,
involved Convention at Miami Beach
_ i the group but was not 0Q lights and water furnished. _
.j night to work on by-laws for i iI i LARGEST DISPLAY of Bulo-
: in the fracas, officer!; were: H. A. Bishop Jr., A. J. | 1$45 per month. 514 S. Ep FoR SALE-4 bedroom home..
the organization and! make il va watches for the graduatenow
Local Grown Yellow I stated. All three arrested forfeited .1 Thomas Jr., W. H. Graham,I I I I St. Inquire in rear I II 2 baths. large utility room. at Dahmer's Discount
Ii plans for a fried chicken and of Y. separate dining
house. room. i
I L. Kijchaine. !!
bonds totaling $52.5(} A. L. Crosby, Jr., John Grew, House. Payments as low at
screened front Lot 2
wiener supper to be held at tfchg i porch.
each in Mayor's Court Mon.. Ben Suslow, Guy Andrews, Julian the wart acres. 1126 West Madison. i! $1.00 per week. 5t.chg5-24_

: I day night for fighting anc L McRae, and Bill Haas. Lawtey strawberry ;I FOR SALE at Raiford 3 bedroom Phone 964-1001. tfchg I McGRIFF TRADING MART,
CUCUMBERSBROOKER on Saturday, June 2, at 5:30: CCB home. 18 acres.
: disturbing the peace. Other business considered FEYTON FLORIST I 130 N. Court St. Big Dis-
p.m. II Terms. Phone Lake Butler
I at this of meeting additional included property purchase -I i How Long Can HY 6-45RO Up 119 S. THOMPSON ST. i i I count on and new: TV and New used appliances GE-

PHONE 964-4155
GROWN MORTGAGES I Range; like new GE Refrig-
'Nerve PressureBy adjoining the trailer park, and,State's Attorney i You Mortgages available to build NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 erator: Like new GE Automatic

proposed improvements to the I 'I' new homes or remodeling. i DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe Washer. Why pay 40%

7 For 2Sc : park. A committee was appointed -, II I I 100% Loans Wire Flowers Anywhere t for new appliances to price-
To InvestigateVote fixing mfg. when we will sell
DR. H. G. BOLL1NGER to investigate the possibility I LA RUE CORPORATION tfchg :
400 W. Madison-Phone for 25% less? Lots of other
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of having some type of : AFFORD I good and used appliances
In addition tithe [L) recreation and : ViolationState 964-8641. 80 ACRE farm with pecan new
--- amusement ac- Saving you money is our bus-
tfchg grove and tobacco allotment,
routine _ _
physical tivies centered the Legion inPAA. ltn
: on $12.500. $3.500 down. STROUT,
ORANGES doz. examination grounas.Final- Attorney T. E. Dun- I RENT?? i WANTED: Cottage on Kings- REALTY. U S. 301 So. Starke. !
3 49c TO PAY FOR RENT Kingsley Lake
:' -_ your Doc.I plans were made to: can said yesterday that he ::' ley gust.Lake.-Write 1 or L.2 N.weeks May.in 1010 Au- Fla. 468-1766.-Waldo. Itch;? ;,' furnished 2 bedroom house.
tor Chiropractic
VALENCIA of .."' send three high school stu- j will look into charges that ;, FOR AS LITTLE AS : NE 20th Place. Gainesville. I RANCH TYPE Bungalette\I Well heated. Available to

S ., examines ''dents to Boys State in Tal-i Jack Siemer of Kingsley Lake, Fla. Ph. FR2-8297. 3tp 5-24 rooms. bath. Lawn. Shrub- June 1. Phone 964-420J or

1 '"", :_ you fo rj lahassee, where they will i an unsuccessful candidate for i bery. garden 4 acre ground. 964-9741._tfch.

: GRAPEFRUIT 2F S nerve pressure'I spend a week studying state' County Commissioner in Clay $$40 to $$90You : FOR SALE 2 chicken houses. wash house. i WE DON'T

"I He is considers: government. County, was registered as a ;I : Ready mix concrete, concrete tool shed. $1.750 some terms.Sell you we help you buy.
,
A good buy. Write B. C. Tel-
ONE DOZEN I a specialist ii block piers, fence posts, sand Good selection of new and
I ;i-: I I qualified voter in both Brad- egraph. Box 823-D. Starke.I'
this field. cement,mortar mix,rock,steel, used 8' and 10' wide Mobile
I ford and Clay Counties and UP ;
own
can own your
Services Held oyster shell, limerock, and roof Homes.
Nerve has bee n voted in both counties in the j w.\\
WATERMELONS( I pressure Home : gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg FOR SALE-3 work mules. LAKE GENEVA
: : 49c I found to disturb function i:: For Mr. McRae 1960 elections. I !IBradford Engineering Co. H. Brown. Rt. 2, Box 171 TRAILER PARK

WHILE THEY LAST! (any organ of the body. Nervpressure Mrs Marian L. Crosby,, Our carefully planned ,_ Phone 964-1865. 3tp 5-17
: I 1 mi. SE of Keystone Htg.
stomach, Bradford County Supervisorof I
the
on nerve s home modem in all -
'disturb the function of the st] 01 Starke Registration, said yesterday FOR SALE Three bedroom on Route 100
.
I the house. Gas furnace and air 1 .
Strawberries2Sc tfchgBE
FRESH GREEN CORN I mach; pressure on the respira- that she had purged Sie- I respects including conditioning. VA financing. _S __

;tory nencsill disturb norms..l Michael Joseph McRae, 88,i mer's name from the books : payments. Attractive location in City. SURE to see WORLD

., th here after receiving official Call 964-1282 for information. BOOK before buying any en-
breathing pressure on e died Monday morning at his! I,
With No Obligation cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, you
heart & artery nerves will disturb home east of Starke after an'I' notification from the Clay tfchg 1
Q1You local representative since 1951.
: 3 dozen $$100H i circulation. extended. illness. i County supervisor that Siemer -i Let us show you how it ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS I Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfch<
; I '
Mr. McRae was born in1 I: was also registered there. is done Just as we've SHARPENED. FACTORY -

; While drugs may stimulator .e Middleburg on April 8, 18U,! Duncan said he had received -: Pick ThemJ. WAY. SAWS PILED. CALVIN' FOR RENT -2 bedroom u \-
slow down function onIrfmO'al y done it for so many furnished apartment. Phone
j
the son of the late Barney and information from Clay JOHNS, phone 8641441.j 964-4921 tfchg
:
,
of the nerve oel others! .
pressui
Louise Taratus McRae. ,He 1< County Attorney Berwick R. WainwrightFarm tfchg',' T
.
;by a skillfully trained Chin H, !I Anderson including photo- I For Sale orRentGENERAL
a
'praetor will restore normal natural I-; came to Bradford County at I I static i I PHONE TODAY FOR RENT 3 room all I
of Siemer's regis-
j and was.engagedin copy STOREAND
DOWLINGS function. an early age ; electric equipted apartment.j j'I
; farming until his retire' tration in Clay County, and a On Road 16 ''I To single or Christian couple. I WAREHOUSE

The BoUinger Cblropracti ic ment several years ago. He!|'i statement from Mrs. Crosby : 964-8641 I Phone 969-1545. tfchg j I Lawtey, Fla.

,(Clinic at 426 N'. Walnut St. i.n| was a member of the Fundamental -I affirming his registration in 2 Miles East of Starke II I i Store bldg. brick const, S0x65' ;
"Better Built Homes"LARIJE GOOD USED Ranges and refrigerators -i
I. : Starke gives special attentk)10 Gospel Tabernacle of|I Bradford. ; i at prices you can ,: warehouse, cement block 3016.5.I8eD .

;to problem cases. Open evening;51!I Starke. and Woodmen of the;1 The Clay County Commisj FOR RENT-Cottage over i aft?rd. North Florida Supply. I I or rent with or without

:till 8:30. World. I j sion. at its meeting Monday, water Kingsley Lake. By weekor 412 E. Call st. tfchz fctock.

I t .Surviving are his widow,': received affidavits indicatingthat month. Phone 369-2311- .! G. ROBERTS
tfchg FOE SALE
PRODUCE Phone 964-2881 now for a nt' !' .
Si voted in both
Minnie Benton McRae; foui met
Used Ph.
Refrigerators $29.95 up. 782-3911, Lawtey, Fla.
,appointment. | da hters. Mrs. Eva Ellis of | counties during the 1960 elections FOR RENT .:..- 2 bedroom Used Televisioc 29.95 up.

I Insurance cases accepted. 11 j Frostproof; Mrs. Dolly Brown.,I lririolationof' CORPORATION '1'house. unfurnished. 640 W. Convenient Terms. Free de EXPERIENCED cWAtrRESsWANTED.
ACROSS FROM SETZER'S I Mrs. Lilie Bridges. and Mrs-law. I 400 W. Madison |! Gardner St. Guy Andrews. livery. Bullington Appliances. Apply In person at
.1. J I Phone 964-6811. ttchg 100 West Call St Starke. Fla. Garden Restaurant Uchgf
J--- mAnn\ Parker, all of Starke; Ande/son said that if there

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[ Circuit Court transferred to the absentee I, Council Scout Fund Nets -Hardy Gere H. Johns and Margaret _

,, ... docket. : EyesVacatian I urer.Meetings Prevatt
of the committeewill
PRECINCT NO. IGH.UI.MClerk
Trials SetContinued Five other cases transferred I $536 In Drive be adjourned until Sep- : H. D. Barnes; Inspectors _______
PolicyContinued I Thelma C. Broughton
:
to the absentee docket; tember.
I Frances }Ol. Crews and Bunie V.
I [ from I Buford Mitcneil. general solicitation [ ,
Page 11] were: [ from Page 1] I Broughton. _
, Bernie P. Troy forgery and : chairman of the' .NOTICE. !t PRECINCT %O. 5HAMPTOXClerk _
tigation ordered Notice : W. H :Maxwell Inspectors -
., is hereby given that
f William I uttering a fQrgery. I} the street department, were Boy Scout: Finance Drive an- the following Clerks and Inspectors ; Shirley J. Norman _
Wims Miami Ne- F. E. Rosier issuing a worth- !operating on skelton crews nounces the collection of $536 i have been appointedfor Sylvia N Cox and Laura lit'lie _
)ro, charged on two counts of I ;I with few contributionsto : the Second Primary, election Brown V _
breaking less check. i twalb a more to be held Tuesu.l.)'. May 29. A.1 I I PRECINCT: \o. TIIEUESSA
! and entering, pre- Ralph Henry Mitchell, non- i] now.Rosser said that the po- come in. D. 1962, in the various pr Clerk: John E. Hanim"ud,
Sentence investigation ordered (--i"cts of Bradford County, Florida : Inspectors: Elsie Belle (inannMattie I
Some of the receive
support. ,i lice department is operatingnow money : i iPllCCUkCT Sibley and Virginia T
; without relief -i' will remain here to buy >O. 1-LA\\TU\ :, Dry den.
Norman Brent McAuley es- a man, I V V J : I. _
I J Ernest William I V % k V Clerk Stanley Crawford Inspector's. V PRECINCT NO. 7--NEW; RIVERClerk :
Smith :
Jr. -
.
I a needed for local
equipment
| who also takes the
usually
up _
Flo dViggin
\ 15. I 3\\ ( I : Silas M. Brown LoisA. : M. > -
'year-old prisoner serving cape.Margie Marie Broskey desertion slack when vacation time ar- Scout units. The remainde :, Water, Maryulle Parley Inspectors: Winnie Mae Andrews
&0. years from Miami : Bennett and Laura J. HrjanPI11XINCT : Flora Belle Nettles and
on an will be sent to the North Florida -
of minor children. rives. He said three of the : >O.'OItTIl Patricia Ann Johns. _
tissaiilt to commit murder Civil Cases Scheduled' I six policemen have requested Council to assist in the ': STAHKK PRECINCT: >O. 8-imOOKKIl
Charge; six months additional 1 Clerk: Charles Hard. Inspectors Clerk: N. O. hayes Sr., In
Benjamin Finn, administrator -'1 that they be allowed to workon : &VV overall Scouting program by : Elma Hamilton. ShiIcy
? : Elizabeth T. Mialler spec tors:
sentence for _
escape. Judge .
providing training, literature and Lula Mi
of the estate of Rosa Lea through their. vacations. Doris E. Norman Juanita M X Green
... ?urphree was lenient in view 'I t[i Councilman Carl Lamar and professional guidance to1 i Hard}'. Ella Mai- Chastain. Mar-i i Baxter I
of 'the Finn, deceased, vs. Dr. A. J.I garet T. Blankenship: Myrtice'O ': BY OUDEU of the Board -''I i
previous sentence and I Johns' motion for ,,, local Scouts and their lead- Commissioners of Branford
the Barry and Dr. Pete G. Felos:[ was "City { Dennis and Helen X. SappPItEC1MT I, County _
boy's youth. :\0. 3S0l'TIiSTlIK" County Florida this lo
set i employees to be allowed to ers. 1 1I
Starke physicians-trial | : daQf May: AD. 196%
Edward H. Griffis charged for May 28, 1:30: p. m. i work during their vacation fTiJVV4 "We wish to thank the people : Clerk: Raymond 1. Stone; Inspectors 'I Charles A. Darby, Cleik 1
hn two counts-forgery and Edward W. Coolbeith (OFFICIAL SEAL) _
:
when of Starke and Bradford !i
only
absolutely necessary
Norris
Helen A. individual-j
on-support sentenced I I Dorothy J. Sheppard, Jo Ella It 5-17
to County for their support dur- !
''ly and as administratrix of and that the chairman J

'12 months in jail on the forgery :I j.I the estate of Harold I. Norris. I and the council member who tiT 6(;. "' "'':.'.: : ing the drive" Mr. Mitchell |
charge but committ-
deceased, vs. S. M. Wall Con- heads each department make tfl/g said. "Your interest and contributions i
fcnent withheld as long as he i I| Mi' of Bradford Who _
the decisions. will enable Scout : To My Friends County
PaYs $20 week toward the i! struction Co. and Helen A. I ...-: ..'. :- "&Ii"Awards '-r-fls--.. ....::-......- V
per Norris. dministratrix of 1, Mayor Randal Chitty said I 1.1' I leaders to expand the Scouting 1
as I
t sUpport of his former wife. the estate of Harold I. Norris -i that vacations are given' Given Award winners at the annu ii FFA Banquet Thursday night program t\ give every boy ; Did Not Vote for Me in the First Primary

Ralph Blackburn' nonsupport I deceased vs. S. M. Wall so that employees can spend' of last week are (from left): E obert: Crews, Wayne Stalnaker, in Bradford County an oppor- _

case continued until furJher -I Co., both trials set for May : ome; time away from the'At ParentSonFFA Henry Harrell, Wayne Clemons i i. Harry"Loper, Glenn Sapp, and! tunity to participate in Scout- : For County Commissioner Dist. 2
order of the court.State's .
28 at 1:30 p.m. A total of ; job "to refresh themselves." I[ Don Brandes. I ing." ; ___

I Attorney T. E. Dun- $125.000 damages is asked in He suggested and the council I II I

ted tan moved for and was gran- the two cases in which the I agreed that efforts be made Banquet Guest speaker was Rev. Roman -, Accomplishments reports for!!Gibson Chairman !

a motion to estreat two Norris automobile crashed into I before vacation time next Alvarez, assistant pastorof ': the last year's activities were : I will Sincerely appreciate your

Conner I1MOO bonds against Clyde a road machine near the Desert -i year to hire relief for all|I Harry Loper, BHS Senior, I the Pine Level Baptist given by William Carter for,Of Children's Group Vote and Support in t the Second

of Starke on counts I Isle Motel north of Law- departments.In I captured four of the seven:Church and a past president .1! the Bradford Chapter, and ; Vt _

of possession of moonshine .tey when U. S. 301 north was the only other business top awards given Thursday I of the Bradford F-I Henry Harrell for Starke I L. H. Gibson was elected b Primary on May 29.

and possession of a moonshine under construction. discussed at th brief meeting night of last week at the an- FA Chapter. He presented Chapter. I chairman of the Bradford : VVVrV
6till. Conner has jumped bond plan for "a life" which County Children's Committeeat
good
L. A. Wynn vs. Rayonier. Chairman J. D. Doyle nual Parent-and-Son Banqagt! I Elbert Hersey, president of ; V V YOUR FRIEND
and also has additional charges I II the annual election held
; : Inc., trial set for May 30. suggested that parking cars of the Starke and BradfoVdj I i included hard work proper the Bradford Chapter, served

pending. Duncan's motion" Damages of $500 asked for I be eliminated on Walnut Chapters, Future Farmers of!;j education, willingness to accept -I as master of ceremonies. The I here Tuesday. EWELL LAWSONPd.
.that a capias be issued for held j responsibility, ability to I Other officers elected at _
the claimed cutting of Wynn'jfence i Street from Jefferson to America. The event was i. I' welcoming address was given
.conner's re-arrest was granted. by the Rayonier com- Jackson Street. the block in the BHS cafeteria and was :,t profit by mistakes a belief by Wayne Stalnaker, with W. i this time were Rev. Bob Bad-
The later cases larceny 'I I i that gett, vice chairman and Mrs.
which contains the Woman'sClub attended by around 270 FFAi no problem is insurmountable -
C. Stalnaker making the Pol. Ad9 '.
( )
.of automobile and forgery and i I( pany.i i i reel Pat Scoggins, secretary-treas- \ _
i I Betty H. Benson and C. H. : and Methodist Church. members, their parents, and | pride in accomplishment sponse. -
.
:uttering a forgery wer* i Benson, her husband, and C. ; He said it is impossible to other guests. I I III and a belief in Honorary Chapter member-

H. Benson as next friend of I see up and down WalnuG The banquet was served by God. He advised the group,
'I' including parents, that it is ships were presented to Bryant
with color
without candlelight
Lisa Benson vs. Gold House I, Street from Jefferson a
| Restaurant, Inc., and Ray I : driving out into the scheme of blue and gold carried never too late, to achieve success Reddish of Lawtey, and the ij

I. Moye trial set for May 30. I street. I out in the decorations in life. by applying this fathers of two chapter presidents

to have Chitty replied that and flower arrangements. formula.
\ Mrs. Benson claims I Mayor I Clyde Hersey and J. C

: slipped down on the premisesof I the matter had been under I Loper took the DeKalb : Award winners, in addition Harrell. .
20 Words less ______
or one time .95
Memorials ___
------ Resolutions __ Sc
T Coming, next weekVAGABOND holding discussion but I to Loper h per word
: ; the Gold House while previously award which goes each yea-j were Henry Harrell
: 'I Special musical numberswere If not paid in advance, ____________
1.00 Cards Thanks
( of
; her child in her arms. that the parking spaces to the outstanding senior Fu- State Chapter farmer; Wayne ---- up to 50 words ______ 2.50

; -V CORNER V : hadn't been eliminated be-I ture Farmer; also the award i Clemons and Robert Crews presented at intervals Keyed; or Blind Ads -------___________ 1.00 Over 50 words __ ___ V __ __ 5c per word

Starke's New TilE RIGHT POINT for the cause they are near the 1 for farm electrification, and Star Green Hands; Wayne during the program by The Each additional word over 20 ----______ 03 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per inch
the
in and I Gospelaires, and chapter
way you write. Come downtown area and because I Stalnaker, Soil and Water
: Gift Shop! select your favorite ESTER- the situation was not haz- shared awards for soil and I Conservation, and Farm Me- sweetheart, Miss Sally Ann I HAVE OPENING for 1 i YOUR OLD WATCH will REAL OPPORTUNITY

I TELE- water conservation II $87.50 per week man. Age 25 I make the down payment on Area
Fountain Pen. and Star a distributor wanted for
BROOK Epperson, who played
ardous enough to merit re- Ii chanics; Don Brandes and V piano to 67. We also have open- beautiful new Bulova at 1 oroven product that provides

GRAPH. moving that many parking Chapter Farmer.McRae Glen Sapp, public speaking. selections.is ing for 2 $62.50 per week Dahmers Discount House. steady sales in city county

jl spaces so close to town. I ladies.. Age 37 to 63. Per- _ _ ___ tfchg and suburban areas. Be your
Elected I three sons, Barney, Russell a violation of the law, manent. Car necessary. Thisis
Chitty suggested and the 'I FOR SALE Georgia Red own boss with earning potentials -
and Donald McRae all of it occurred in Bradford Coun- NOT Insurance. For per- of
Sweet over $1.000
potato
council agreed to have the I sonal interview in plants. Now i per
safety committee investigatethe :CommanderOllLegion i Starke; four sisters, Mrs. Ella 'I ty since Siemer resides at please write Mr. Camp.your area 659:) I ready. $3 per 1.003. you pull I mo. Your customers who are

problem. The mayor also Neal, Gainesville; Mrs. Mar- Kingsley Lake and is appar- West Peachtree street N. E. them or) $4 pulled. J. W. 'I established for you are selected -

that the parking I gie Underhill, Starke; and Mrs. ently qualified to vote in Clay. Atlanta 8. Georgia. Oaskins. Rt. 2. Box 93. tfchg retailers only. Nohour
suggested PostJulian e-to house canvassing
spaces won't be needed so II Neta Pritchett and Mrs. Clay County Clerk George ___ _-.4tchg _5-24 FOR RENT unfurnished I Product is a repeat purchase

badly after the new parking I Florence Haltiwanger, both of Carlisle said a group of Clay BRADFORD COUNTY house. Also furnished and I item. Investment approx
I E. McRae, who served -I Jacksonville; 18 grandchildrenand citizens reported Siemer's dual MODERN CB home and fertile unfurnished apartments. Desirable $650 for mprchandise: neces-
: Florida Bank
lot of the
new
I as 1st vice commander this 29 great-grandchildren. registration four days before land. Ideal for country location. Reasonablesummer sary. Act Now. Write Box
At Starke is in operation. I living.: Paved road. VA or rent. W. H. Nollman
I II
I year, was elected Post Commander :: Funeral services were held thc May 8 primary, but no convential financing. I 510 N Cherry St. tfchg 823-P % Bradford County
i
; of American Legion at 3 m. Tuesday in Jones action taken to Seven I : Telegraph. Starke. 3to 524FURNISHEErAPARTMENTS
i p. was remove acre farm. large frame
;i 'Negro Shot I Post 56 at the annual electionI Memorial Chapel with Rev. his name from the ballot. The house completely furnished. PURCHASE EQUITY and assume :

MJRET $SAVINGS! I I Tuesday night, May 8. He will I Leo A. Herbert, pastor of the votes received by Siemer made Paved road. 650000. VA loan on 3 bedroom !liffhts awl:! water furnishe1.
A. J. TIIO {AS. Realtor home in Saratoga Heights. Tnnuire BuJlinton Studio or
While FleeingContinued be installed, with other post First Baptist Church and J. no difference in the outcom:? Payments $56 per month. Bv M Woe Moriicnn qs tf'hoH4STIN(1TFRgS

officers after the Florida Department T..Quigley of the Gospel Tab of the election since the incumbent FOR SALE-3 bedroom house owner. Phone 964-5842.
V 'convention' 'at' Miami ernacle'officiating.1 Burial i 'was-r' 'btto J. Murrhee re"- and 4 'acre in Lawtey: 1:.: Q. tfchsr ,

[ From Page 1] I Beach, May 31 to June 3. 1 in the family plot in Crosby I ceived more than his two opponents Teston Rt. 1. Box 83-A. Law- & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
POTATOESV I tey. 6tp 5-31 I FOR SALE-Lake Front ;
Sweger Construction Comp- I Other newly-elected officers i Lake Cemetery under the direction together, winning in FOR RENT Lots. Santa Fe and Lake i. 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Adults only.
p : any, a sub-contractor on U. I for Post 56 are: Wm. S. Haas.,I of DeWitt C. Jones the first primary. First class first- floor apart- Lockloosa. Terms. Guy An-1 I Furniture Repaired,

: S. 301 south. He was paroledin lIst vice commander; George Funeral Home. Affidavits show that Seimer ment. Two bedrooms. Private -drews. phone 964-6811. tfchg'--"' Upholstered & Refinished

custody of Charles M. I Pierce, 2nd vice commander; : Active pallbearers were registered in Bradford Countyin entrance. TV- aerial COLo- -FLORisT '!

1 0 lbs u. S. No.1 1 Maine V Owens, an employee of the Bill Tilly, finance officer; S. grandsons of Mr. McRae. 1954 and in Clay Countyin convenient location. No pets. I Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. 'V MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
128 N. Church, St. 2tp 5-24 I' Innersprings
construction firm. I E. Sparks chaplain; Paul Ca- 'I 1958 and voted in both Flowers wired any place. Flowers :>

Chief Rosser said Tuesday I nova historian; A. L. Crosby counties in 1960. At the time OCALA NATIONAL for all occasions locally.I and Box Springs

that no gun or knife was ; Jr., service officer; G. J. Mc- I I Mrs. Bryan he listed his occupation as FOREST II Phone 964-6291. 506 East NoLa Drop Us A Card or Call

found on Lewis after he was Griff Jr., post adjutant lap- !, New Head Of part-time minister. CAMPSITES I|I St. tfchg PALATKA EA 5-9166
TOMATOESVINE 1 OC
shot or anywhere along the i, pointed] ; Bill Soto, sergeant- I 80 x 100 i STARKE 964-5934
Lawtey Rec. Board i FOR SALE-In Keystone 2
I Cash
$198 ;
RIPE PER LB. I path he ran. The chief said, at-arms; H. A. Bishop Jr., A. ;. or MRS. PEGGY SHALLER
------- I II BR. LR, large kitchen and ,
however, that it was entirely !: Y. Covington and C. J. Shaefer -I i I Mrs. Raymond W. Bryan ischairman .' \A'XIV 1 Access$20 Down to ; $9 mo. I' dining area. Full bath. Good I Ii -Starke,. Alent..

: possible that the Negro : executive committeemen.! I Launching i lot in town. 4600. Terms
I of Lawtey's new recreation -I OkIawaha River. I MILK COWS for sale. W.
STRING BEANS threw his weapon away under Commander H. A. Bishop Ramp on I to suit buyer. No reasonable E. Martin. U.
FRESH board appointed last I I ANGUS HASTINGS offer refused for quick sale. on S. 301 across
: cover of the darkness and Jr., reported that seven dele-I I from Green Post place.
week Charles R. |
by Mayor i Box 140, Fort McCoy, Fla. Phone 4569 Keystone. ito
: it has not been found. gates attended the District I Shuford. Other officers of the i iI I' I ; 2tp5-2\

Pounds The three Maxville Negroes: Conference in Ocala on April j board are: J. L. Waters, vice SEPTIC TANK cleaning and 1951 FORD TRUCK for sale WANTED TO RENT-Un-

3 29cV : arrested for fighting were 129, and that Charles Shaefer i chairman; Mrs. H. W. Ben- '! I feed line service. Joe Forsythe or trade for pick-up. B. fuinished 2 BR house or a-

:Emma Rawls, 41, William 1 was elected District Executive I I' nett : P. O. Box 184. Lake Butler Barnes. Lawtey. Fla. L.I partment in good! section of
secretary Eugene Pear- I
; I Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. I town. Willing to lease.
John
Rawls, 33: ; and Marion Smith 1 Committeeman.
: ,:; son, treasurer; and D. A. Jones I 4tp 5-31 FOR SALE-Desirable residential ,: Walsh care of Florida HYdro-
; Jr., 39. The fourth Negro in L Delegates elected from the : I lots. close in. Terms.
program chairman. j FURNISHED APARTMENT : carbons. Box 68. Phone 2831
k the car came to Starke with i I post to attend the Department I Floyd Green, phone 969-29421 I Brooker.
SQUASH 3 Kc I II I The board met Monday j i for rent. 2 rooms and bath. I 2tp 5-171' 2tchfif 5-24.,
the group but was not Involved .1 i Convention at Miami Beach 0o I lights and water furnished. ,
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night to work on by-laws for LARGEST DISPLAY of Bulo-
i in the fracas officers 5; j were: H. A. Bishop Jr., A. J. I' I $45 per month. 514 S. Ep 1-------- home.
I va watches for the graduate
Local Grown YellowCUCUMBERS : stated. All three arrested for.1 j Thomas Jr., W. H. Graham, the organization and: make : person St. Inquire in rear 2 baths, large utility room now at Dahmer's Discount
plans for a fried chicken and ; of house. Y. L. Kirchaine. separate dining room i iI
feited bonds totaling $52.5C)I A. L. Crosby. Jr., John Grew i : House. Payments as low at
wiener supper to be held at tfcheFOR I screened front porch. Lot 2
: each in Mayor's Court Monday .1! Ben Suslow Guy Andrews, Julian the Lawtey warf I I I acres. 1126 West Madison. i $1.00 per week. Stchg 5-24
strawberry
I night for fighting and I McRae, and Bill Haas. I I ;. SALE at Raiford 3 bed- Phone 964-1001. tfchsFEYTOX : I McGRIFF TRADING MART.
on Saturday, June 2, at 5:30: 18
CCB home
room acres. "
; disturbing the peace. Other business considered FLOR ST-! 130 N. Court St. Big Discount -
..+.. fl., ,ip vmaatinnr jv,1i,1..A.. : : """._ I p.m. II I Can r Terms. Phone Lake Butler on ne' and used appliances -
a a.aa % How
I II I Long HY B-4S80; Up 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
chase Of additional ;7ort;I I and TV. New GE
PHONE 964-4155
BROOKER GROWN I i Range; like new GE Refrig-
MORTGAGES 'I
b 'Nerve PressureBy adjoining the trailer park, and I State's : Mortgages available to build NIGHT 964-3891 or I erator: Like new GE Auto-

proposed improvements to the j I I Attorney You Ii, new homes or remodeling. DISTINCTIVE 969-1622,1 I matic Washer. Why pay 40%

: park. A committee was ap-i 100% Loans We Wire Flowers Anywhere for new anoliances to price-
lForl5c I 'i To Investigate | fixing mfg when we will sell
DR. U. G. BOLUXGER pointed to investigate the possibility i' LA RUE CORPORATION
tfchg
I
400 W. Madison-Phone for 25% less? Lots of other
of having of ----- -------- --
some type j AFFORD 964-8641. 80 ACRE farm with good new and used appliances
In addition tithe ) Vote ViolationState pecan I
recreation and amusement
----- ac- tfchg grove and tobacco! allotment, Saving you monev is our bus-
routine ph3"slcal tivies centered on the Legion jm' II. 1 to! .
12500. $3.500 down. STROUT I
ORANGESVALENCIA doz. V examination grounds. i'I i WANTED: Cottage on Kings- RE?LTY. U S. 301 So. Starke.
3 49c Attorney T. E. Dun- TO PAY RENT? ? I FOR RENT Kingsley Lake
your Doctor Final plans were made to'' can said yesterday that he ,i ley gust.Lake.-Write 1 or L.2 N.weeks May.in 1010 Au- Fla. 468-1766. Waldo.: Itch ,I furnished 2 bedroom house.
of Chiropractic Ii
'..;...tv send three high school stu-1 will look into charges that:.. FOR AS LITTLE AS : NE 20th Place. Gainesville RANCH TYPE Bungalette i I II Well heated. Available to

;f,...., (' examines 'dents to Boys State in Tal-, Jack Siemer of Kingsley Lake Fla. Ph. FR2-8297. 3tp 5-24 rooms bath. Lawn. shrub- June 1. Phone 964-42Q1 or

V L '.'.. ; you foi:rI lahassee, where they willi i an unsuccessful candidate for''' I berv. garden ;:2 acre ground. 964-9741._tfchg
!
GRAPEFRUIT 2Sc I 'nerve pressure".1 spend a week studying state'.County Commissioner! in Clay $40 to $$90I FOR SALE 2 chicken houses. wash house. WE DON'T
|
Ii'I" lie is considers: government. County was registered as a'!' I Ready mix concrete, concrete tool shed. $1.750 some terms. 'Sell you we help you buy.

._:. ONE DOZENVATRMELONS .1 a specialist iiI I Il qualified voter in both Brad- I block piers fence posts sand A eood.buy.Box 823-D.Write B.Starke.C. Telegraph ,:'Good selection of new and
this field. I cement,mortar mix rock steel
and 10'
I I used 8' wide Mobile
-
ford and Clay Counties and UP
: own
can own your ,
Services Held oyster shell, limerock, and roof
Nerve has beei[ voted in both counties in the.| w,1 Homes.
pressure
I I Home : gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg FOR SALE-3 work mules. LAKE GENEVA
49c ,found to disturb function ii: For Mr. McRae 1960 elections. j Bradford Engineering; Co. H. Brown. Rt. 2, Box 171 TRAILER PARK
WHILE THEY LAST! any[ organ of the body. Nerv Mrs. Marian L. Crosby lOur carefully planned I_ phone 964-1865. 3tp 5-17
I 1 mi. SE of Keystone Ht.on
.
;pressure on the stomach nerve Bradford County Supervisor..i I home modern in all
;disturb the function of the stomach : Of Starke of Registration said yesterday .] FOR SALE Three bedroom Route 100
I respects including the Strawberries25c house. Gas furnace and air ,
tfchg
'FRESH GREEN CORN i ; pressure on the respira that she had purged Sie- conditioning. VA financing. VV

;,tory nenes will disturb 'norma il :Michael Joseph McRae 88. mer's name from the books i payments. Attractive location in City. .i- SURE to see WORLD

breathing; pressure on th el died Monday morning at his I here after receiving official i Call 964-1282 for information. j j BOOK before buying any en-
: With No Obligation I
cyclopedia. M. A.
'
heart & artery nerves will disturb ;- home east of Starke after an1! notification from the Clay I tfchg I j Payne your
dozen Let show how it 01 II local representative since 1954.
; 3 $$1.00.DOWLINGS. I i circulation. extended illness. I County" supervisor that Siemer -i us you ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS Box 603. Pb. 964-3794 tfcbjp

Mr. McRae was born in'!' was also registered there. I is done Just as we'vedone SHARPENED.. FACTORY I j I -

; : While slow drugs down may function stimulator oniremoval *e. Middleburg on April 8, 1874,; Duncan said he had received -: it for so many You Pick Them WAY. SAWS FILED. CALVIN !!, FOR RENT apartment.-% bedroom Phone unfurnished .-

the son of the late Barney and I information from Clay JOHNS phone $64-1441. I I 864-4921 tfchg
the Iic
of nerve pressur I Louise Taratus McRae. ,He! County Attorney Berwick others! J. R. WainwrightFarm tfchg it i j: '
;by a skillfully trained Chiro"-1 Anderson including photo- t" ForSaleorRentV
a
to Bradford County at!
praetor will restore normal natural I-i came PHONE TODAY FOR RENT 3 room all
j static of Siemer's
function. an early age and was.engaged]i copy regis- I electric equipted apartment.To I GENERAL STORE
until his retire I tration in Clay County and a AND WAREHOUSE
in farming On Road 16 single or Christian couple.

V : The Bollinger Chlropracti ment several years ago. Hen I.'statement from Mrs. Crosby i 964-8641 Phone 969-1545. tfchK Lawtey, Fla.

:pinic at 426 N. Walnut St. i was a member of the Funda- affirming his registration in 2 Miles East of Starke Store bid;. brick const, S0x65;
"Better Built Homes" GOOD USED Ranges and refrigerators I
,i Starke gives special attentlo 0 I mental Gospel Tabernacle of!| Bradford. I at prices you can warehouse, cement block, 30x65.

:to problem cases. Open evening:fsj: Starke; and Woodmen of the]j,, The Clay County Commis-, FOR RENT-Cottage over i I aftord. North Florida Supply I Sell or rent with or without

:till 8:30. .i World. !! sion. at its meeting Monday. water Kingsley Lake. By weekor 412 E. Call St. tfchz I Itock.I -
LARUECORPORATION month. Phone 69-2311.'
J Surviving are his widow:: received affidavits indicating V Wy-ROBERTS: ;
PRODUCE Phone 964-2831 now for a \ I' tfchg FOR SALE
na that Si voted in both I
four
Minnie Benton McRae; mer
Used Refrigerators $29.95 Ph.
up. 782-3911 Lawtey, Fla
appointment. 1 daughters., Mrs. Eva Ellis of,;! counties during the 1960 el- FOR RENT .2 bedroom Used Television 29.95 up. :

Insurance cases accepted. Frostproof Mrs. Dolly Brown:i I ections tnvioiaU6ut'oi 'state I house, unfurnished. 840 W. Convenient Term Free de-[ EXPsrulfCED W f

ACROSS FROM SETZER'S .1 Mrs. Lilie Bridges, and Mrs.' : 400 W. Madison j Gardner St. Guy Andrews. livery. Bullington! Appliances. WANTED. Apply In person at :
.1 1 law.Andeson Phone 964-6811. tfchg 100 West Call St. Starke. Fla Garden Restaurant. tfchg V
_( Ann Parker all of Starke; said that if there

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t 8TAKKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY 17. 196 -
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'YT.... ...YYTT... ., having the greatest number I Hospital Pays'oil Service Officer, 1 before moving to Archer. Fu

of family in attendance. neral services were held there

LAWTEY First Baptist: Sunday i Tops $130,000During ( A. L. Crosby, STATE FARM Monday '

School, 10 a. m. Morning Attends SchoolA. Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Maytin'
\ .
Worship, 11 a. m- BTU, 7 ., 'r Mr.
By Enza: Blanchard p. Year By Mrs. E. F. Mayton had as Sunday guests and

.A..A..&.&&... m. Evening Service, 8 p. m. I LJ L. Crosby Jr., County Ser- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjJJg Mrs. C. H. Janes and son, Mr.

School Homecoming will be observed II < vice Officer, attended the 11th and Mrs. J. Howard Ward and

: Registration Sunday, May 20, with special I Bradford County Hospital annual statewide School and :Misses Barbara Bates of Talchildren, Miss Beth Croy, and
Pre-School
Registration for., services, dinner 0 nth e provided a payroll of over Conference of Service Officers lahassee and Nancy Bates of Edwin :Mayton, all of Gaines
Lawtey Junior High School has I Gainesville were home for the
grounds at noon, and singingin S it recently at Daytona ville.
last was
been set for Wednesday, May the afternoon. i $130,000 year, Beach. weekend.Mr. .

23, between 9 a. m. and 3 p. m. pointed out last week as the and Mrs. L. H. :Murphy
Personals '
. Service officers from the GRAHAM
Principal Connie Clark asks all hospital along with others were called to :Moultrie, Ga.
Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Florida Department Veterans BAPTIST CHURCH
parents of beginners to bring ii last weekend by the death of
Nellie throughout the country observed
Wilkinson
birth and her Affairs and County Service Sunday School 10 a. m
certificates if available.Final iA Mr.
Murphy's sister
Mrs. J.
f daughter Miss Daisy Boch, --1( National Hospital Officers throughout Florida Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
A. Carlton. Funeral
services
I PTA Meeting were her other four daugh- [ week. attended the annual school Training: Union, 6:30: p. m.

The Lawtey Junior High PT- ters and! their families: Mr.; Over $250,000 in medical and conference. Veterans Ad- were held there Sunday. Evening Service 7:30: p. m.

A held its last meeting of the and Mrs. Virgil Griffis of the .. ..-____ -- .___ I service was provided to over ministration supervisory per- turned:Mrs. Julia Hingson has re- Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8

present school term in the State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. WALTERS McCQMB SMITH 1,500 patients, according to sonnel from Atlanta, as wellas with relatives from a three-week in Live Oak.visit p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding,

school cafeteria' Tuesday Tom Whaley and Mr. and Robert E. Edmondson, Brad- the managers and staff pastor
Mrs.
night, May 8. During the bus- Mrs. R. G. Mehringer and
Bob Smith of Jacksonville ford Administrator. members of the three VA
iness session, 'conducted by and Mr. and Mrs. Manus Hospital hospital in Florida daughters of St. Louis, :Mo. ar- BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
Architect's for took partin
Bradford Youths Chosen To Attend State plans a rived
the Boys Tuesday for a visit with CHUECH
president, Mrs. Gene Pear- Griffis of Palatka. They also: $300,000 addition to the facility the school and conference. Mrs.
son, four officers were elect visited their great grandmother Among the topics discussed Mehringer's parents, Mr. Sunday School. 10 *.nr.
will be presented to
ed to attend the Short Coursein Mrs. Easter Wilkinson during the and :Mrs. Fred Russell Morning Worship 11 a.m
Gainesville this summer. It who resides with her daughter T h r e e Bradford High Beta, Spanish, and Letter- the duties, privileges, rights, the Board of Trustees June pensions meeting widows'were veterans' Friends of the M. J. Collins Training Union, 6:30 p. m.
School Jack man's Clubs and is the and of Amer- 5, according to Sec'y-Treas., pen-
juniors, McComb, on responsibilities family regret to learn of the Evening Worship, 7:30 m.
p.
was also voted to donate $50 Mrs. Tim Blackburn. Mrs. sions, children's pensions VA
for use in hiring a recreation Wilkinson is the oldest mother Jimmy Smith, and Lynwood B H S football squad. Smithis ican Citizenship. It further Mrs. Inez A. Green.As hospitalization death of Mr. Collins, who was Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
Walters, have been selected to the son of Mr. and Mrs. inculcates a sense of individ- the smallest, fully accredited reemploy- employed here for 7:30
many
director for the new Lawtey in this section.Mr. ment rights, VA regulationsand years : p. m.
represent the county at the Foster Shi Smith and is alsoa ual obligation to community, hospital in the I
recreation program. The 6th and Mrs. Cecil Dobb3 legal opinions and other
1962 session of Florida Boys member of the Hi-Y, Beta, state and nation, and teachesthe southeast, Bradford County ,
and 7th grades tied for the and family of Jacksonville' items that relate to veterans
State. Spanish, and Letterman'sClubs youth of Florida the fun Hospital will double it's bed
room count, and each receiveda visited their respective benefits. "All of '
par- us
Boys State will be held in and on the football damental precepts of. govern- capacity when the new ad- came away
prize. Officers were instal- ents,Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson with information and under-
Tallahassee, June 10-16, according squad. Walters is the son of ments. dition is adde i.
led by Mrs. S. G- Denmarkof and Mr. and Mrs. A. standing that will enable BUCK'S'GROCERY
to Post 56 Legion Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., "As future voters and office Besides Bradford Countythe us
Starke, and refreshmentswere J. Dobbs last Sunday. to better the veteran
Commander H. A. Bishop Jr. a member of the Hi-Y, Beta holders, the American Legion hospital last year provided serve
served by 5th grade room Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson and his dependants" Mr.
The boys are sponsored by and Spanish Clubs, a mem- feels the youth of Florida medical service to nearly
mothers. and children of Mac- said.Veterans .
Jones-Langford-White Post ber of the BHS track team, should have an understandingof 500 patients from Clay. Ala- Crosby

4 At The Churches clenny spent Sunday with 56, Starke Rotary Club and andis vice-president elect of the problems of public of- chua, Putnam, Baker, Union and their depend- and MARKETHalf
Grace Methodist: Church Mrs. Williamson's parents, ents urged to visit the
and Duval counties. Two are
the BHS student body. ficials, their duties, their func-
I School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Mr. and Mrs. H. Troy Ben- the Starke Elks Lodge. The American Legion, Department tions, and the laws which hundred and eighty-seven of County Service Officer at any Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301

Worship, 11 a. m. Evening McComb is the son of Mr. time for assistance in filing
nation's 3.8 million babies
the
nett.Misses of Florida, "is spon- grant and control the actionsof -
t Service, 8 p. m. MYF each Mary Ann Motes and and Mrs. Jack McComb of soring Boys State to assist in free men the Constitu- born in 1961 were born claims with the Veterans Ad- OPEN7DAYS. 7 AM. -11 P.M.

Wednesday, 8 p. m. At the. her sister, Nina, of Leesburg ministration, and other mat- "
Starke. a member of the H-Y, the education of our youth in tion. at Bradford County Hos-
i special Mother's Day service spent Sunday wth their grand- ters relating to VA benefits.

last Sunday morning, five new mother, Mrs. Effie Miner. also called on Rev. and Mrs. Fallout SheltersTo Bradford Tobacco pital.Wednesday afternoon the Over $125 million is paid an-

members were received into: : James Wainwright of Way- W. A. Fox at the parsonage. Hospital Auxiliary conducted nually to veterans and their CORNED BEEF 39cPET

church, and two children cross, Ga. was visiting his pa- George was a long-time resi- Be Marked Inspected ThursdayExtension open house from 3 to 5 p. m. families in Florida, accordingto

christened. Mrs. A. H. Harlej rents, Mr. and Mrs. Truby dent of Lawtey.Mr. under the direction of its Rufus Wilson manager of

received a bouquet as being the Wainwright, Sunday. and Mrs. Fate Redd and Starting In June Specialist Shelby president Mrs. A. F. Garner; the VA Regional Office in St.

oldest mother present, and another George Cousins of Deer children of Macon were Sun- Brothers of the University of I Program Chairman, Mrs. Petersburg. He further stated MILK, 8 tall cans $1.00

bouquet was presentedto Park Texas was speaking to day guests of Mrs. Redd's mother Temporary markings of Flo- Florida and County Agent G. Mary Edmondson and the that Florida now has 607,000

Mrs. Truby Wainwright for old friends here Friday. HeQUALITY Mrs. O- J. Phillips, who rida's first public fallout shel- T. Huggins were inspecting Social Committee, Mrs. Ruth veterans compared to 45,000 at ROYAL LONG GRAIN

-- --- returned with them for a visit ters will be started by June, it tobacco fields in the county Ellen Noegel and Mrs. Peggy the end of World War II. RICE, 5 Ibs 59c

was announced this week by last Thursday. Shalletf.+ Twenty-four mem- The amount paid in each

Mrs. V. R. Reddish was hon- Mrs. Gladys Scholl, County Civil Some Bradford county grow- bers assisted. county by the VA was not fur- DIXIE LILY SELF-RISING

t 1\MEI\ ored by her family with a Defense Director. ers have reported a slight pale The new hospital addition nished by Mr. Wilson, but, it CORN MEAL 5 Ibs. 59c
UM\UD\ color in their tobacco recently,
Mother's Day dinner at Kings- when completed will providean was reported that nearly

ley Lake. Sharing in this were Computer figures on about which may ,be caused from lack obseetric wing, additional -!. $100,000 in awards were madeto STERLING

Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin 10 per cent of the state's pros- of action in fertilizer result- pediatric facilities, a new veterans and their,depend-,

and Mr. and Mrs. Harold pective shelters have been received ing from dry weather.The prayer room, larger blood ents in this county during the TABLE SALT, 2 for 19c

Godwin of Starke, Mr. and by the U. S. Army tobacco crop is rangingin bank, larger staff labratory, past year in new claims, of

Mrs.Bryant Reddish and fam- Corps of Engineers in Jack- height from six inches to 30 more facilities for medical which most were filed throughthe BUSH'S NO. 303 CAN ;
God- sonville and contracts will be inches. The taller ,plants may and County Service Office.
office a
ily of Lawtey, Mrs. J. B. recovery, space
awarded immediately after be due to earlier planting when
win and children of State snack bar.Bradford. "Most of the claims now
I Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray May 15 to start the temporary there was still sufficient mois- County Hospital pertain to hospitalization,pen- I BUTTER BEANS 1 Wc
shelter marking ture in the ground.
program
Reddish of Kingsley Lake. authorities received unex- sion for veterans widows, and

I IS Mrs. Joe Shuford, Mrs. Cookof and to make further evalua- Inspection of a new tobacco pected help from Mr. and children," Crosby said. Those
tions Florida 22 which
on buildings to determine variety -
and Mrs. M. Mrs. David Yarborough in desiring assistance may call
[ IOECORTQRUENSEMB i St. Augustine additional shielding and has been planted by a few LARD
Vcur/4 ven- Sunnyland Pure GAL.
National Hospital 964- 99c
adt B. Plummer of Miami visited observing at the office or phone -
-
tilation
E modifications that growers the first time this
I IAo1
and Dave Week. 2211.
Mrs. John Shuford could be made to bring themup year was made by Brothersand Although hospital week is NEW CROP REto. BUSS J -
Monday.
: to ,minjTrpin requirements. Huggins. officially from May 6-12, the POTATOES 10 Ibs. ".
I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald' Gid- for public shelter useLess ; "The"new seed, developed by Yarboroughs:; who live at Rt. Runner Planting .-. 49c

dins and children, and Mrs. than 3,300 buildingswith the University after more than 2, Box 205-B took over earlyon Test At BrookerIs GIANT FAB
Paul Reid and child of Jack- 69c
a protection factor of 20 10 years of research is reputedto .
i Friday May 4 in presenting -
\ ATJOJ'JIi sonville were Friday visitors family.of lor more have been located in give a higher yield, have a set of twins, Riley ScheduledThe HQOD 33BLEACH
Reddish
the Bryant the state as compared with an greater immunity to rootknotand
Chuck Lynn unaware -
Glenn and
'! I Frank Dorman of Jacksonville anticipated 5,000 buildings. contain less nicotine. Tests of the perfect timing. N. G. Hayes farm near Quart 15c

fI/J1BJ&J I visited them during the week. [Protection factor of 20 means to date have shown it superiorto who has Brooker will be the scene of a
Mrs. Yarborough
; Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders that a person would be 20 tim I most varieties. since returned home and the strawberry runner planting test NORTHERN TISSUE 3 rolls 25c

were Sunday overnight guestsof es safer inside the structure to be conducted in the near fu-

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stein- than he would be on the outside twin boys are reported as do- ture by Charles M. Morris of

houser in Jacksonville. They ] However, only buildings .No Burning While ing nicely. the Kilgore Seed Company of MEATS AND POULTRY

attended the funeral of a with a protection factor of 100 Weather Is Dry LAURA BAPTIST Gainesville.In .

friend while there. or more and capable of accommodating the demonstration a soil FRY RS
CHURCH Grade A. .
lb.
be used while set- 25c
Mrs. Gayle Torode and Jeff 50 or more per- Continued dry weather this fungicide will

sons, and other minimum requirements School, 9:45 a.m. ting the plants in advance of
i of Gainesville spent Sunday past week prompted warning Sunday FRESH GROUND BEEF lb.
with Mrs. W. Fred Moore and will be marked. from the Forestry Service Morning Worship, 11 a-m. the October planting.The 49c

FNITMo family. The exact number of buildings that individuals refrain from Convalescent Home service, 3 fungicide is reputed to

23" Sunday visitors of Mr. and which will be marked will not any burning until sufficient to 4 p.m. Evening Worship, control weeds, soil decay and Azalea WEINERS, package 29c

be known until all the computer rains come. 7:30 pjn. Wednesday night I nematodes. Nematodes are tiny
and
Mrs. A. J. Dobbs were Mr. AZALEA ALL
that choke the straw- MEAT
-rI reports have been receivedby 7:30 o'clock. !worms
Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and son Five forest fires were reported Prayer Meeting,
Clarence the Army Engineers. this past week bring- berry plants. BOLOGNA lb. 39c
.... of Tallahassee, Mrs.
280 iii Mi
If overall dill. picture+ imaa. pwkM MQ(
Dobbs and daughter of Lake From the early sampling of ing the total to 132 since FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BAPTIST CHURCH

figures provided by the com- January 1. Only 67 fires occurred CHURCH
Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Ca- HEDLBRONN PICNICS
I II sey Dobbs and son of Jack- puters mostly: from th larger during the same period 390 N. Church St. Sunnyland lb. 29c

cities in the state] only 11.6 last year. I Sunday School, 10 a, m.

I, sonville. per cent of the structures have Not only have there been H. Walton Grady Minister Morning Worship, 11 a. m. NICE PORK CHOPS lb. 59c
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
been found to have a protec- twice as many fires this year Training Union, 7 p. m.
and Mrs. Paul L. Dinkins were Morning Worship, 11 am. BIRDSEYE FROZEN
I II tion factor of 100.Another 13.3 but they have been three times Evening Worship, 8 p. m. I
II I :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. !
; cent of the early returns PERCH
I 1. per as devastating. Fifteen acres Prayer Meeting Wednesdays FILLET pk. 39c
Augustine, Practice
of St. Choir
Jr. and son turned back to the Thursday, '
will be
over burned this past week ;:30 p. m. Rev. Joe Roop.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of 7:30 p. m. I-
private architectengineeringfirms brought to 1,006 the total for
1 Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton -
for restudy in an effort
M the compared with only
1! of Jacksonville, and Mr. L___ year
---- to determine now me structures -
I 351! during the same neriod
-- ---
and Mrs. Charles Dinkins and could be shielded or ventilated last vv year. I "...

I, family of Starke. This included to bring them up to the A fire that started on April

their four children and all required 100 protection factor 18 south of Rowell lake con-
!
their grandchildren except ti
status. tinues to break out repeatedly -
+ Freddie Dinkins who is': away
V Permanent marking of fall-
according to County Ranger

I I in service. out shelters will come some J. C. Prevatt, jr. Ranges Ranges

V. H. Appleby of Jackson- time later this year after The danger of fires spread

ville Beach and Marvin Warren County Civil Defense units ing at this time is very high

I of Jacksonville were dinner throughout the 'state have secured the Forestry Service warned,

I guests of their parents, written permission from fires are difficult to control

The Trim KNOX.modern Medal styled eabinet T2fOe hi ppMied Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren, building owners to use the and resultant damage to trees.

color, grained Mahogany coif o< &ai, i Sunday. buildings and the shelters wildlife and soli extremely Come In And Chooser
Denis I Mrs. Belva McDonald of have been stockpiled by CD high. "

I Marrietta enjoyed Mother'sDay with foodstocks.The .
AS LOW AS yy
1 weekend with her son-in- second phase of the InvitedTo From 30 Ranges. .

SPECIAL $19777' law and daughter. Mr. and fallout shelter survey which Sportsmen ...... ::::::::-
C' I .......
<. ; Mrs. Ira Standridge. Mrs will start after May 15, in- Discuss Fishing, ..

OFFER! Base Opt. I! Standridge's brother, Eli Yar- volves placing postage-stamP- RulesAll ---/ Finest Selection In .
Hunting
: her of Marrietta also spent the size Fallout Shelter stickers on -

ellbW IfcfI.CtllClt')9 ; weekend with them. buildings known to have a sportsmen are invited to : The Entire Area

j /7: ; ; rot Iene,. I Leslie Sapp of Jacksonvillewas proection factor of 100 or more attend public meetings to be
her
I a weekend guest of and capable of accommodating held in the area to discuss ANY SIZE ANY PRICE!

ie3dackJpenuki grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 50 or more people: making proposed hunting and fishing I -

... |' Arthur Pearce. Saturday visitors estimates on buildings with regulations for the 1962-53 ; 30 Inch Automatic Range .

at the Pearce home were known protection factors of 40 '! "
$ HANDCRAFTED and a daughter determine what season. At the Low Low Price of
i, Claude Sapp or more to One meeting will be held on ,

ffJVTCESAVER BHAS&& of Tallahassee.Mr. would be necessary to bring Monday May 14. at the May- ;;
l \ and Mrs. Murray Johnson to the 100 ra-
the buildings up flower Hotel in Jacksonville; .
Ko: Product+on t wtm4 i. AM fMlftonnaations Island N. Y. vis- 9Ii
of Long ting. Civil Defense organiza- j $
arc aaralutly hi d-M J I and another at the courthousein I29
and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton Florida will .
ited Mr.
$' | tions throughout
nd-soidered tor grerarDependability. 9 Lake City on Tuesday May j jI
...tewtr I wvw i Monday night. be provided with sketches of 15. Both meetings are sched- .
{$ComponaaU,r,. i each building which is tem-
.tla: rugged m.tal.ba tJ uled for 7:30 p. m. ..
MASS
ST. EDWARD'S
I porarily marked. The sketch The Game & Fresh Water GET A FREE GIFT FOR JUST LOOKING
uri WIN'trfu' liana Jin, CHANGED THIS WEEK will show the fallout shelter
/
Commission is hopingfor
I in relation to the whole Fish .. AT THE FINEST SELECTION OF
: Mass for St. Edward's Catholic area a large turnout of sports i
building and point out the location APPLIANCES IN TOWN
: Church will be changed for men at each of these meetings -

HOME this week only. On. .Sunday, of the small temporary before the final decisionsare I ,.

I I May 20, Mass will be at 8 a. shelter sticker. made in Tallahassee in

GAY'S 'm. in Starke, and 10, a. m. at Nineteen architect-engineer July. SLADE GAS of StarkeHome
APPLIANCES firms which handled the first
I:St. William's in Keystone
.. phase of the shelter survey
'- .Heights. The women of St. Ed- THE BIGHT POINT for theway
also will be responsible for the
ward's Parish are invited to write. Come In-and
355 "N. Temple Ave. I i,attend the Communion breakfast marking and restudy phase select you TOOT favorite ESTER- of Quality Next to Wlan-Dtste
the Civil Defense
to
according
I in Keystone after :Mass. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE

Phone 964-7511 Director, A _--r.- ,. _.. ... ,
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t STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 17 1962 -
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t .
'yY.Y..Y".YY... ..T.' having the greatest numberof Hospital Payroll Service Officer, ,....yyyyyyy.yyyyyyyy.1 before moving to Archer. Funeral

family in attendance. services were held there

LAWTEY First Baptist: Sunday .;J{ Tops $130,000During A. L. Crosby, STATE FARMBy Monday.

School lOa. m. Morning 1 13y.7 1h Lk Attends SchoolA. Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Mayt n

By Enza Blanchard Worship, 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. 1- 1.A'e Year Mrs. E. F. MaytonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA had as Sunday guests Mr. and

............... m. Evening Service 8 p. m. L. Crosby Jr.. County Ser- Mrs. C. H. Janes and son. Mr.
I Homecoming will be observed' vice Officer attended the 11th and Mrs. J. Howard Ward and

School: Registration i Sunday May 20, with special I Bradford County Hospital annual statewide School and Misses Barbara Bates of Tallahassee -children :Miss Beth Croy, and
Pre-Bchool for 7
Registration services dinner 0 nth e provided a payroll of over Conference of Service Officers and Nancy Bates of Edwin Mayton all of Gaines.

been Lawtey Junior High School has, grounds at noon, and singing I' A :; $130,000 last year it was recently at Daytona Gainesville were home for the ville.
set for Wednesday, May! in the afternoon. Beach. (weekend.Mr. i
23, between 9 a. m. and 3 p. m.i T pointed out last week as the and Mrs. L. H. Murphywere
Personals Service officers from the GRAHAM
Principal Connie Clark asks all' hospital along with others called to Ga.
Moultrie
r
I
Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Florida Department Veterans BAPTIST CHURCH
parents of beginners to 'bring Ii'the last weekend by the death of
throughout the country observed
Nellie
Wilkinson Affairs
birth and her r and County Service Sunday School 10 a. m.
certificates if available. Mr. Murphy's sister, Mrs. J.
t daughter, Miss Daisy Boch, National Hospital Officers throughout Florida Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
A. Carlton. Funeral
services
J Final PTA Meeting were her other four daugh- week. attended the annual school Training Union 6:30 p. m.
held
The Lawtey Junior High PT- ters and their families: Mr. I Over $250,000 in medical and conference. Veterans Ad- were there Sunday. Evening Service 7:30 p. m.

A held its last meeting of the and Mrs. Virgil Griffis of the -- ..,- .-- -. "-- -- -, .. service was provided to over ministration supervisory per- Mrs. Julia Hingson has returned Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8

present school term in the State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. WALTERS McCQMB SMITH 1.500 patients according to sonnel from Atlanta as wellas with relatives from a three-week visit p. .-Rev. C. L. Redding
in Live
Oak.
school cafeteria Tuesday Tom Whaley and Mr. and Robert E. Edmondson, Bradford the managers and staff Mrs. R. G. pastor.
night, May 8. During the business Mrs. Bob Smith of Jacksonville Administrator. members of the three VA Mehringer and
I Hospital
session, conducted by and Mr. and Mrs. Manus Architect's plans for a hospital in Florida took part daughters of St. Louis Mo. ar- BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
Bradford Youths Chosen To Attend StateThree rived
Tuesday for
Boys a visit with CHURCH
the
president, Mrs. Gene Pear- Griffis of Palatka. They also $300,000 addition to the facility in the school and conference. Mrs. Mehringer's
son, four officers were elect visited their great grandmother will be presented to Among the topics discussed parents Mr. Sunday School 10 a.m.
ed to attend the Short Coursein Mrs. Easter Wilkinson during the and Mrs. Fred Russell. Morning Worship 11 a.m,
meeting ,
Beta Letter- duties privileges, rights, the Board of Trustees June were veterans' Friends
Gainesville Bradford High Spanish and of the M. J. Collins Training Union 6:30 p. m
It
this summer. who resides with her widows'
daughter pensions
School juniors, Jack McComb, man's Clubs and is on the and responsibilities of Amer- 5, according to Sec'y-Treas., pensions family regret to learn of the Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.
was also voted to donate $50
Mrs. Tim Blackburn. Mrs. children's pensions VA
for in recreation Jimmy Smith, and Lynwood B H S football squad. Smithis ican Citizenship. It further Mrs. Inez A. Green.As death of Mr. Collins, who was Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
use hiring a Wilkinson is the oldest mother hospitalization reemploy-
Walters, have been selected to the son of Mr. and Mrs. inculcates a sense of individ- the smallest fully accredited employed here for many years 7:30 m.
director for the new Lawtey in this section. ment rights, VA regulations p.
represent the county at the Foster Shi Smith and is alsoa ual obligation to community hospital in the -
recreation program. The 6th Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and legal opinions and other
1962 session of Florida Boys member of the Hi-Y, Beta, state and nation and teachesthe southeast, Bradford County
and 7th grades tied for the and family of Jacksonville items that relate to veterans
will double it's bed
Hospital
State. Spanish, and Letterman's youth of Florida the fun- '
room count, and each receiveda visited their respective benefits. "All of
us
parents came away
Boys State will be held in Clubs and on the football damental precepts of. govern- capacity when the new ad-
prize. Officers were instal- I ,Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil- with information and under-I BUCK'SGROCERY
Tallahassee, June 10-16, ac- squad. Walters is the son of ments. dition is added.
led by Mrs. S. G. Denmarkof kinson and Mr. and Mrs. A. standing that will enable us I
cording to Post 56 Legion Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., "As future voters and office Besides Bradford Countythe
Starke, and refreshmentswere J. Dobbs last Sunday.Mr. to better serve the veteran
Commander H. A. Bishop Jr. a member of the Hi-Y, Beta holders, the American Legion hospital last year provided
served by 5th grade room and Mrs. Glenn Wil- and his dependants" Mr.
The boys are sponsored by and Spanish Clubs, a mem- feels the youth of Florida medical service to nearly
mothers.At
liamson and children of Mac- Crosby said.Veterans .
Jones-Langford-White Post ber of the BHS track team should have an understandingof 500 patients from Clay Ala-

The Churches clenny spent Sunday with 56, Starke Rotary Club and andis vice-president elect of the problems of public officials chua Putnam, Baker Union and their depend- and MARKET
Grace Methodist: Church Mrs. Williamson's parents, ents are urged to visit the
and Duval counties. Two
the BHS student body. their duties,their functions -
School 9:45: a. m. Morning Mr. and Mrs. H. Troy Ben- the Starke Elks Lodge. The American Legion, Department and the laws which hundred and eighty-seven of County Service Officer at anytime i I Half Mile\ North of City Limits-U. S. 301

Worship 11 a. m. Evening nett.Misses McComb is the son of Mr. of Florida, "is spon- grant and control the actionsof the nation's 3.8 million babies for assistance in filing

Service, 8 p. m. MYF each Mary Ann Motes and and Mrs. Jack McComb of soring Boys State to assist in free men the Constitu- born in 1961 were born claims with the Veterans Ad- OPEN7DAYS -. 7AM..I1P.M._ ..
Wednesday 8 At the her sister, Nina, of Leesburg I ministration, and other mat- -
p. m. Starke. a member of the H-Y the education of our youth in tion." at Bradford County Hos-
i special Mother's Day service spent Sunday wth their grand- ---- -- ters relating to VA benefits.

last Sunday morning five new 'mother Mrs. Effie Miner. also called on Rev. and Mrs. Fallout SheltersTo Bradford Tobacco pital.Wednesday afternoon the Over $125 million is paid an-

members were received into James Wainwright of Way- W. A. Fox at the parsonage. Hospital Auxiliary conducted I nually to veterans and their CORNED BEEF 39cPET

church, and two children cross, Ga. was visiting his parents George was a long-time resi- Be Marked Inspected ThursdayExtension open house from 3 to 5 p. m. families in Florida accordingto

christened. Mrs. A. H. Harley Mr. and Mrs. Truby dent of Lawtey.Mr. under the direction of its Rufus Wilson manager of

received a bouquet as being the Wainwright, Sunday. and Mrs. Fate Redd and Starting In June Specialist Shelby president :Mrs. A. F. Garner: the VA Regional Office in St.1 I

oldest mother present, and an- George Cousins of Deer children of Macon were Sun- Brothers of the University ofl, Program Chairman Mrs. Petersburg. He further stated MILK, 8 tall cans $1.00

other bouquet was presentedto Park, Texas was speaking to day guests of Mrs. Redd's mother i Temporary markings of Flo- Florida and County Agent G. Mary Edmondson and the that Florida now has 607,000

Mrs. Truby Wainwright for old friends here Friday. He Mrs. O- J. Phillips who : rida's first public fallout shelters T. Huggins were inspecting I'Social Committee Mrs. Ruth veterans compared to 45,000 at ROYAL LONG GRAIN

returned with them for a vis- I will be started by June it tobacco fields in the county Ellen Noegel and Mrs. Peggy the end of World War n. RICE, 5 Ibs 59c

it. was announced this week by last Thursday. Shall*! Twenty-four mem- The amount paid in each

Mrs. V. R. Reddish was hon- Mrs. Gladys Scholl, County Ci- Some Bradford county growers bers assisted. county by the VA was not fur- DIXIE LILY SELF-RISING

1\MEI\ I IEf&a ored by her family with a vil Defense Director. have reported a slight pale The new hospital addition nished by Mr. Wilson but it CORN MEAL 5 Ibs. 59c
UtA\TEO\ tobacco
color in their recently,
Mother's Day dinner at Kings- when completed will providean was reported that nearly
ley Lake. Sharing in this were i Computer figures on about which may ,be caused from lack obseetric wing additional $100,000 in awards were madeto STERLING
10 per cent of the state's prospective of action in fertilizer result- their ,
veterans and depend-
:Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin pediatric faculties a new TABLE SALT 2 for
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold shelters have been received ing from dry weather. prayer room larger blood ents in this county during the 19c

Godwin of Starke, :Mr. and by the U. S. Army The tobacco crop is rangingin bank, larger staff labratory past year in new claims of .

YSYJfiWiTM Mrs.Bryant Reddish and fam- Corps of Engineers in Jack- height from six inches to 30 more facilities for medical which most were filed throughthe BUSH'S NO. 303 CAN ;
sonville and contracts will be inches. The taller ,plants
may Service Office.
and County
ily of Lawtey :Mrs. J. B. God- recovery office space a
I win and children of State awarded immediately after be due .to earlier planting when snack bar.Bradford. "Most of the claims now
I May 15 to start the temporary there was still sufficient mois-
Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray County Hospital pertain to hospitalization pen- BUTTER BEANS 1c(
shelter ture in the
i i I Reddish of Kingsley Lake. marking program ground. authorities received unex-. sion for veterans widows and
and to make further evalua- Inspection of a new tobacco '
and "
Joe Shuford, Mrs. Cookof pected help from Mr. children, Crosby said. Those
Mrs.
tions on buildings to determine variety Florida 22 which
t1 and Mrs. M. Mrs. David Yarborough in: desiring assistance may call
; i I St. Augustine additional shielding and ven- has been planted by a few LARD Pure GAL.
t 1Jaw4 B. Plummer of Miami visited observing National Hospital at the office or" phone 964- Sunnyland 99c
tilation modifications that growers the first time this

\ I Mrs. John Shuford and Dave could be made to bring them year was made by Brothersand Week.Although hospital week is 2211. NEW CROP REfa BUSS sPOTATOES .

EcoRTORTVENSEM I Monday. up to minimum requirements Huggins. 6-12, the f& '.
: officially from May
I Ronald' Giddies Runner Planting lbs. .. 49c
A :Mr. and Mrs. for public shelter useLess ;: "The' new seed, developed by Yarboroughs who live at Rt. ,

: and children and Mrs. than 3,300 buildingswith the University after more than 2, Box 205-B took over earlyon Test At BrookerIs GIANT FAB
i Paul Reid and child of Jack- 69c
factor of 20
a protection
10 years of research is reputedto
11- i Friday May 4 in presenting -
I \ sonville were Friday visitors family.of or more have been located in give a higher yield, have a set of twins Riley ScheduledThe HQOD 33BLEACH

I the Bryant Reddish the state as compared with an greater immunity to rootknotand Glenn and Chuck Lynn un

'f'llt1TA8IIK / Frank Dorman of Jacksonville anticipated 5,000 buildings- contain less nicotine. Teststo aware of the perfect timing. N. G. Hayes farm near Quart ISc
visited them during the week. [Protection factor of 20 means date have shown it superiorto Brooker will be the scene of a
Mrs. Yarborough who has I
,- Mr. and Mrs. OJ.. Anders that a person would be 20 tim- most varieties. since returned home and the strawberry runner planting test NORTHERN TISSUE 3 rolls 25c
were Sunday overnight guestsof es safer inside the structure to be conducted in the near future -
It twin reported as do-
boys are
I
I :Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stein- than he would be on the out- by Charles M. Morris of

I houser in Jacksonville. They side]. However only buildings No Burning While ing nicely. the Kilgore Seed Company of MEATS AND POULTRY

i23'LIml attended the funeral of a with a protection factor of 100 Weather Is Dry LAURA BAPTIST Gainesville.In .
f&t6
/
friend while there. or more and capable of accommodating CHURCH the demonstration a soil FRY RS Grade A Ib. 25c
be used while set- -
Mrs. Gayle Torode and Jeff 50 or more persons Continued dry weather this fungicide will

of Gainesville spent Sunday I, and other minimum requirements past week prompted warning Sunday Scnool 9:45: a.m. ting the plants in advance of FRESH GROUND BEEF Ib.

with Mrs. W. Fred Moore and will be marked. from the Forestry Service Morning Worship, 11 a.m. the October planting.The 49c

family. The exact number of buildings that individuals refrain from Convalescent Home service 3 fungicide is reputed to

Sunday visitors of Mr. and i' which will be marked will not any burning until sufficient to 4 pan. Evening Worship, control weeds, soil decay and Azalea WEINERS, package 29c

and be known until all the computer rains come. I' 7:30: p.m. Wednesday night nematodes. Nematodes are tiny
Mrs. A. J. Dobbs were Mr. AZALEA ALL
MEAT\
that choke the straw- -
worms
r have been receivedby o'clock..
QUALITY TVr Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and son reports Five forest fires were reported Prayer Meeting 7:30:
Clarence the Army Engineers. this past week bring- berry plants. BOLOGNA lb. 39c
overall ct.al.fuctui. nwu.280 M. .I..Ml pitlwe *{ of Tallahassee. Mrs.
I Dobbs and daughter of Lake From the early sampling of ing the total to 132 since FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BAPTIST CHURCH

II Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Ca- figures provided by the com- January 1. Only 67 fires occurred CHURCH HEILBRONNSunday PICNICS

I sey Dobbs and son of Jack- puters [mostly from th larger during the same period 390 N. Church St. Sunnyland Ib. 29c
cities in the state] only 11.6 School 10 a. m.
last
:year.
arI .
snnville.i .
i u H. Walton Grady Minister NICE PORK
I i ---- -- CHOPS
i I per cent of the structures nave Not only have there been Morning Worship 11 a. m. lb. 59c
I 1 I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. been found to have a protec- twice as many fires this year Sunday School 9:45: am. Training Union 7 p. m.
; and Mrs. Paul L. Dinkins were Morning Worship, 11 am. BIRDSEYE FROZEN
i tion factor of 100.Another 13.3 but they have been three tim- Evening Worship 8 p. m.

I .a f fI j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins per cent of the early returns es as devastating. Fifteen ac- Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdays PERCH FILLET pk. 39c

'I Jr. and son of St. Augustine, will be turned back over to the res burned this past week Thursday Choir Practice 7:30 p. m. Rev. Joe Roop.

1: Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of private architectengineeringfirms brought to 1,006 the total for 7:30: p. m. ..
1 Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton -
for restudy in an effortto the year compared with only
'
and Mr.
of Jacksonville
determine how the struc-
351 during the same period
and Mrs. Charles Dinkins and
tures could be shielded or ventilated Ia t
s year.
i 1 of Starke. This included -
family to bring them to the
up A fire that started on April
their four children and all
required 100 protection factor 18 south of Rowell Lake con-
: their grandchildren except status. tinues to break out repeatedly -
!1 Freddie Dinkins who is away Permanent marking of fall-
I according to County Ranger

L', I:1 in service. out shelters will come some J. C. Prevatt jr. Ranges Ranges

V. H. Appleby of Jacksonville time later this year after I The danger of fires spread -

Beach and Marvin War. I County Civil Defense units ing at this time. is very high

I ren of Jacksonville were dinner throughout the state have secured the Forestry Service warned

guests of their parents written permission from fires are difficult to control

Th. KNOX.MMiIT270t ,1 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren, building owners to use the and resultant damage to trees. ..
cabin*ta
Trim modern styled yyMxt j
grained Mahogany color V &a.color. I i Sunday. buildings and the shelters wildlife and soil extremely Come In And Choose .
,
Blond Oak aotor on qutofcmg Dim** I Mrs. Belva McDonald of have been stockpiled by CD high.

1 l .MOd bm. AS LOW AS I Marrietta enjoyed Mother's with foodstocks. h'

I Day weekend with her son-in- The second phase of the InvitedTo From 30 Ranges. .

SPECIAL $19777 J' law and daughter. Mr. and fallout shelter survey which Sportsmen ........ ::::::::

T. I' : Mrs. Ira Standridge. Mrs will start after May 15. involves Discuss Fishing, e.....

OFFER! Base Opt. I Standridge's brother Eli Yar- placing postagestampsize Hunting Rules --J "' Finest Selection In .

: I ber of Marrietta also spent th Fallout Shelter stickers on % --
el tJw rfCl.oIJe l!1l The Entire Area
i weekend with them. buildings known to have a All sportsmen are invited to 'N
Leslie Sapp of Jacksonville proection factor of 100 or more
to be
meetings
attend public
j ; was a weekend guest of her and capable of accommodating /fDj and Mrs. held in the area to discuss ( ANY SIZE ANY PRICE!
'grandparents Mr. 50 or more people; making proposed hunting and fishing .

: Arthur Pearce. Saturday visi- estimates on buildings with regulations for the 1962-53 t -- 30 Inch Automatic Range .
tors at the Pearce home were known protection factors of 40

mums IIAlfDCIlAnEDSl'JlVlCESAJ8lJ I Claude Sapp and a daughterof or more to determine what season.One meeting will be held on ) -- At the Low, Low Price of

Tallahassee. would be necessary to bring :
Monday May 14. at the May- : +
Mr. and Mrs. Murray John- the buildings up to the 100 ra- flower Hotel in Jacksonville: '. ,
Ha Production Sterttuip. M fMfterrn ; son of Long Island N. Y. visited ting. Civil Defense organiza- \ $
..tions art carefully hao-wii Flandsoldered and another at the courthouse L\ $129.95
i Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ham- tions throughout Florida will
tor greadependability r QQe in Lake City on Tuesday May 'I,
...fewer$e' ilton Monday night. be provided with sketches of 15. Both meetings are sched-
fChes.Com onuts, which is tem-
I I each building
uled for 7:30 m. 1
.b a rugged' tel p. '
EDWARD'S MASS
ST.
porarily marked. The sketch The Game & Fresh Water GET A FREE GIFT FOR JUST LOOKING

lAVE HOW .OFFIR IWIJfB ,,,1AY' i I CHANGED THIS WEEK will show in relation the fallout to the shelter whole Fish Commission is hoping + ,.L AT THE FINEST SELECTION OP

; Mass for St. Edward's Catholic area for a large turnout of sports-
building and point out the location APPLIANCES IN TOWN
Church will be changed for men at each of these meetings -

r HOME :this week only. On 'Sunday, of the small temporary before the final decisions I .

May 20, Mass will be at 8 a. shelter sticker. are made in Tallahassee. in

'm. in Starke and 10 a. m. at Nineteen architect-engineer July. SLADE GAS of StarkeHome
I, APPLIANCES I St. William's in Keystone' firms which handled the first
phase of the shelter survey
,Heights. The women of St. Ed- THE BIGHT POINT' for the
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ward's Parish are invited to In.and
355 'N. Temple Ave. I attend the Communion breakfast *' marking and restudy phase. way select you roar write.favorite Come ESTER- of Quality Next to Winn-Dixie

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NEWS has been in our county and i cian's Mate Fireman, U. S. EVSSGREEN
; OF 'j 1
INTEREST TO COLORED visited SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF
a number of tobacco BAPTIST CHURCH
I 1! Navy, is serving aboard the
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy fields. We have tobacco thatis SERVICE MEN !j I attack aircraft carrier USS CHRIST
only about 8 inches high : Forrestal, which recently took Sunday School 10 a.m. 3 Miles South on 301

( Elizabeth Givens) and we have tobacco that will AND WOMEN part in an amphibious exer- I Preaching, 11 a. m. Training 1 Sunday Bible Classes 10
be ready for harvest about the Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching !
: cise at Camp Lejeune, N. C. a. m.; Assembly Worship wit a ,
-A .. AAAA..AAAAAA&.Aaaaaa-------------- first of June. The difference I i 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting
I He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m ,
School Calendar Of J I Holland, Prof.. Thompkins, : m this growth is a direct result I I Julius Kowatch of Route 1, i Wednesday 7:30: p. m. : Evening Assembly Worship
Commencement of water. Even though Wednesday Bible study. '
Activities Ruth Holland, Margaret Bass, I Starke. i 6:30 p.m.Wednesday.
Senior examination, May I I Jake Bradley, Ola W. George, there is this wide range, Mr. I I: 7:30: p. m. Jos. E. Norman, Bible Classe- \

16-17. Junior-Senior Prom, I John Brothers feels sure that our Pvt. Gene pastor. 7:30 .
Sherman, Edward Johnson I S. Gordon, son of : p. m.Dependable

May 18..Homemaking Fashion I Louis Gromity, E. W. I tobacco will still make a good <. .;..i.,.if. .:... Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gordon
Show.- May 20. Second Semester I Thompkins, E. J. Givens, Wal- crop if rain is not too long {jj.i':? {;' ." i of Raiford, is scheduled to
getting here. We know from ?
examination May 2223. ter, Yvonne Robinson, Olivia '. '. ,'"h.C..7' ... participate in Exercise Mesa
Senior #'I +! last year that tobacco can go .r. ><.' ---
Appreciation '
Night Thompkins, Maurice J. White, '..hJ.- Drive, a two-week joint Ar-
.May 24. Baccalaureate, May:!,: Mae Francis Jenkins, Mabel I I l I through a dry period and '. my-Air Force training maneuver -
27. Class Night, May 28. Commencement -( J. Lee, Altamease Chandler.. I still make a good yield. ,. .>' .'do't' at the Yakima Wash. I e

. May 30. Senior I)I [2nd class! Inez Harvey, Beu- 'i You might be interested that Firing Center, May 7-21. Over i i

Graduation party May 31. I lah Lennon, Willie Brown,I i cigarette tax last year were '( 26,000 Army troops and airmen I rI '
The Baccalaureate speaker Irene Jelson, Sallie C. Price, more than $3 billion dollars. will take part in what is '

will] be Rev. C. B. Daley, pas- I:'| Leroy Thomas, Marion Dell, I The average smoker pays the ar I described as the largest joint |i NATURAL W'
;tor for the past three :.' tax on just the package each !
years| Gladys Blye, Corean McNeil, ; : field training exercise to beheld I
of the First Baptist Church I i Marie day and does not realize that '
;| Thomas, Dorothea Richardson I in the Pacific Northwest. I I ;
of Oakland Jacksonville. Ha Annie Jane Dell, I he is contributing to such a I I I Gordon is a rifleman in Co.
is a graduate of Butler Uni-I I and Clarence Williams. ; tax program. It is estimated J I B of the 4th Division's 12th I

versity, Indianapolis, I n d.,! Watch this paper for the that this tax alone would finance Infantry at Fort Lewis, Wash. -- Economical

and entered the ministry at organization and date of other the total 1963 space I He entered the Army in Au-
it would for I PHONE 964.1301 NIGHT 964-2411
the age of 17. i program or pay
I classes in Civil Defense. gust 1961 and completed ba-
Civil Defense EducationThe I Legion Election I ,:( all the state hospital program, sic combat training at Fort i CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.Appliance .
Civil Defense Classesin I American Legion Post 314''! 'I or it would build 155,000 new Jackson, S. C. I \
homes each. I L-
costing $20,000
Personal Survival During I held an election on Sunday, ,
: How Is Your Lawn? }
Nuclear Attack were organized May 13, at 2 p. m. with the I Fabe Jones Sonarman 3-c, i
, under the supervision of assistance of 4th Division Dry weather, along with insects USN, son of David C. Jonesof j
has caused lots of damage :i I Radio Television
principal Eddie '! M --
Thompkins Commander J. R. Royal. The fn Starke, is serving aboard'

and Mrs. L. M. Royal at RJE. following officers were elect- j to many of our lawns. _.___. .__..., ) ._______ I the radar picket destroyerUSS
The two 12-hour classes began ed. Commander, H. Brooks; Mole crickets and chinch bugs I Vesole, observed by Pres-
March 13 and ended May i I I Vice Commander, Clarence have been worse this season I Capt. W. O. Collins Jr., SOP ident Kennedy during a two- SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained
than during the past few of Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Collins -
1. Enrolled in the first class,|' D e S u e; Historian, Joseph day visit to the Atlantic Fleet ,
I Sr.
' formerly of Starke, is
were 23 adults, and in the second I'Britt; Service Officer, Clarence I years.If : last month. After the Presidential -
class were 19 adults. The I i Williams; Sergeant-at- i(I you are planning a new presently station at Aberdeen visit, the destroyer Experts In Each Dept.
; I
I lawn, I am going to suggest Proving Ground, Md., with his
classes were fortunate in hav-j Arms, Ham Cohens; Finance headed for Vieques, Puerto Rico
I '': ; that consider family. He expects to be sent
ing an energetic Civil Defense i< Officer, Booker T. Marshall; ; you a gra I to take part in a three-
director, Mrs. Scholl and Dep- Adjutant, William Holland. I II I[! ; ; that is not usually includedin overseas in the near future. I week joint Navy-Marine Corps FOR QUICK Gay's
'I ,
uty Shiner, who gave the clas- Past Commander Royal was I!i! : the lawn program. This is I maneuver. DEPENDABLESERTICE +
| Pensacola, bahia that Harvey c. Raley, Yeoman1st
i 1 I our we
ses their first start by
supply-( elected delegate to the 44th '
think of as our pasture grass. Class, U. S. Navy, is serv-.i'! e
ing them with the needed i
,
Departmental Convention in i Airman 1-c Charles E. Tes-
{: The draw back to Pensa- ing aboard the ammunitionship Home
materials while Mrs. Scholl i Miami, June 13. i only : ton of Lawtey is participatingi CALL e
II cola in the lawn is better USS Diamond Head, operating ,
"was attending CD "you I I in
a meeting The American Legion Auxiliary i I the joint Department of
in Washington. i I post 314 will sponsor i j: keep it mowed during the as a unit of the 6th I I,I Defense-Atomic Energy Commission 964-7511 mm 1 1
The maintenance Fleet in the Mediterranean. I
The consultants were Mrs. i, the annual Poppy Day Sale on summer. nuclear test series being Appliances
needs low, will tolerate lots During April the ship visited I) :
Scholl and Mr. Trawick who May 26. Do not turn the Auxiliary are j conducted in the Pacific. '
I of wear, is more resistant to ports in Lebanon Cyprus'
showed slides on Emergency away without your con- He is an airborne radio oper-
insect and disease damage. Crete, and Greece. Yeoman AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
Health and Care. I tributions. The poppies are i ator permanently assigned to..,
The following received certificates made by veterans in various I j Before you mark Pensacola Raley is the son of Mr. and !' McClellan AFB, Calif. and is.. Maytag Zenith
I off your list, weigh some of Mrs. Daniel Raley of Route' -- Frigidaire --
for completing the hospitals. I on temporary duty during the i
'12-hour course: [1st classl Educational Trips these advantages against mo- 1, Starke. tests. A graduate of Bradford GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP

Bennie Alexander, Wm. L. Mrs. Roberts was the spon- I wing and see how you come High School, Teston was em-
out. Julius S. Kowatch, Electri-
ployed by M. G. McMillan
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Surveyor entering

service. President Kennedy authorized -
Jhfome Demonstration the test series in

; March, saying it would involve
Notes only those operations that !

cannot be held underground..'

s t DOROTHY ROSS They are being conducted un- POWERUPFOR M 1
der conditions that restrict radioactive '
Home Demonstration Agent
j PROFITwith (
fallout to an absol- .
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4 4 !I I ute minimum.
I' of aluminum foil. ,
Junior Leaders Judge a square

I Project RecordsAs Limeade and roasted marsh-,
1 i lead- mallows completed the menu. |
part of their Junior j
iI I j ership work the 4-H Club the girls played shuffle board.t{

I I i girls met in the Home Demon-I the girls.played shufle board.
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1 a ,rI stration office on May Mrs. T. W. Markey and Miss I C f
'I. school where they judged project I' Dorothy Ross assisted with the !

964132'6. records of first and second cook-out.
.1'I I year club girls. The records Those attending were: Libby[ s

'I, i were for clothing and I Tetstone, Carol Gainey, Ellen > r
: foods projects which the Junior Elzey, Dottie Kelly, Sue Doug- S\t.z

.. 1 i w; I I girls worked on this year. las, Ramona Harrell, Regena !' Charley ;
n4 tx I The two best records will be Harrell, Janice Mott, Bobby E.Johns I ,
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I : Parrish Alice Knight, and i
I selected for awards to be pre- Jo '
: sented to the girls in a spe- Myra Parrish. 'r

Everybody I i I cial program next fall. Curtains From Towels. ,. I t7
II. Junior leaders judging records Bath towel curtains are a

I. were Inger Hansen, colorful and practical solu- about this question:
i i.i i Thelma Knight, Karen Lee, tion to bathroom decoration. .
i.i Gail McKinney, and Janelle Choose them in colors to harmonize "It's a shock to come home .MICROMESHPolyesterFiber
Reads i Pollard. with your color scheme. '!and find an ambulance

Records for the senior girls Sew plastic drapery rings to i parked outside. Our baby ;

i will be judged by adult lead- the top edge for easy hang-I!sitter had fallen down the FilterThe

:ii ers and the agent. Awards for ing. You'll find they stay fresh''stairs, fracturing her leg.

The Telegraph! i these records will be presentedat and new-looking longer than!Altho there was no negli-, new Homelite 990G Is not only the

the same time as the Ju- crisp or sheer curtains. gence on our part, will the most powerful one-man chain saw in the world,it's also the
I nior awards. 'voluntary medical pay- most reliable. Take the Homelite Micro-Mesh Polyester
; 4-H Camp Plans ments' under the liability Fiber Air Filter for example.It can be easily cleaned-many
Each time The : PENTECOSTALHOLINESS section of our Homeowners times.Just tap it, or slosh it in solvent,or blow it with air.lq 4
Telegraph goes to The agent met recently minutes you're back cutting with full power.
I II I with the men and women agents CHURCH Policy cover her expenses? Other new Homelite features include the coof-running,

press WITHOUT YOUR AD in Baker and Columbia long-life Dura-Bore. cylinder, the internally vented car
you 324 W. Brownlee st
I buretor, and the extra-wide, heavy-duty clutch.
counties to make plans for our The new
E. Johns
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Charley 990G is now in stock. Come and look it over soon.
4-H 26. It will be
the Camp, July
are missing opportunity to place
held at Cherry Lake which is i Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Agency
Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p.
sales talk in eight miles north of Madison. STARKE RECAP CO.
your 3,200 homes in i, One 4-H girl and boy from m. Wednesday Prayer Meet-
ing, 7:30 p. m. Saturday PHONE 96 .0121
: the three counties wilt work
Bradford) Union, and Clay Counties with the agents at the next Youth Service, 7:30: p. m. 131 S. Walnut St. 1.11i. South on U. S. 301 Ph: 961.0221
David T. McGhee, pastor.
planning meeting to be held
June 6.

4-H girls and boys from
Bradford will be camping with

You're missing the opportunity to boys and girls from Baker and WHEN YOU USE

Columbia counties. This will "t

reach more than 10,000 potential be the first time that Bradford JHIS e...
girls have camped in a joint _

since each camp. Enthusiasm is running rA
consumers, paper is read ;
high and this camp promisesto uizI. t
be the best one yet. .
by more than three people. (Someare Girls attending camp must MASTER

have finished one project and 1v
even passed from family to family : exhibited her work.

Local leaders and agents I
) Through no other medium can i from Bradford camping with 1 I j,
Jt
: the 4-H members will be i ,

you reach so many at so little ex : George Huggins, Miss Dorothy kDstiT I
Ross, 'Mrs. Nelson Green and Oil I

pense. For as little as 90 cents you Mrs. James Edwards. Agents
\.
: : and local leaders from other '\ '.

can get your advertising message in- ; Radio counties Program will be at camP also. This man is troubled! because: i ..YOU'lfUSf S Si !?


to 3,200 homes. Postage alone on I; the Have new you Home been Demonstration listening to a. His dog ran awayb. i ii i i i It: THIS- .LESSl-__ !;:

Program "Better Living" on His wife ran away ji j l .
a government post card to the
same i i
radio station "WRGR? The I Active youngsters require theenergypacked .. .....
agent has this week-
presented
number of homes would cost $96! ly program at 9:30: every Fri- qualities of ._ -. t "a
day morning since the last 011,":fresh, pure milk. A quart a daykeeps Clleckbock-stub records end cancelle-d.d-eck'1; _

] 'March. the pediatrician away. 1 1I receipts reduce home bookkeeping b/ hoots: .,' "

But whether you've got 90 cents or I We believe,jou would enjoy I .,. ,'i::
| tuning in 11490. on your : ;
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I Make full of checking ail ou{; rtfh: iss. 4
j
use
$90 to spend on your advertising I I dial] to hear what is going on your '

!I I I of interest to homemakers.La-j I If you haven't one, why not open it wit? ,.
message, you can still get the MOST : ter. on ladies and 4H'girls I Ih .
j will be appearing on the pro- h

FOR YOUR gram with the agent. | '
MONEY
. in the columnsof t I
!I Brooker Girls' Cook-out

The On May 4th the Brooker :
Telegraph. What would FLORLDAI
you : girls proved that even a cookout 1(
can be a nutritious and
like to tell our 10,000 readers next 'i balanced meal. .--,,,--' :- :;., -- :; -.2'X: .. ._ _- _
\ I l .In the parr'theo'dutJ girls THE RIGHT POINT for the j I y : .. ItOne 1.S-- ,:. .
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week? l I! I II I I grilled on the coals a hamburger way you write. Come ia aDd i:. -. - .. :.11{ '.. ..,, --- ,';.. -: ,, _.,_._ -_ _- ;ill; i .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH






KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, GRANDIN AND LAKE GENERA





STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 17 1961
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Woman's Club Benefit Party YVYYTYTTYTTTYTVTYYYYYIMELROSE spending the winter here. riksson, Doris Ford, Linda, ..yyy.y..y..y.i vices at
rmomr ................ ............ ., Ralph James Cason of St. Joyce Rothhammer Paran Church were
Garden PartyTeaSet Given At Melrose Rev. and Mrs. C. Kinzer and
Petersburg and Ralph John Spivey, Babs McLaughlin, J GRANDIN children, missionaries from

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy For May 22 For Keystone ClubThe Cason of Silver Lake spent Ann Eichelsderfer, Pat Southeast Africa, and Mr. and

Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Scott, Margaret Herren
By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Phillip Seigter of Key-
Mary K. SchWferAA&&A&&A&&AA" The installation of new officers Melrose Woman's Club R. M. Cason. Ann Bowen, John Allen Car- By Mrs. Rebecca BrantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ stone Heights.

of the Keystone Heights !extended the courtesy of a bene- AAA A Mrs. Ira C. Larkins of Pa- olyn Herren Margaret Slade
The Youth Choir of Paran
. . .
.AAAAAAAA. .. Woman's Club will take latka and
--------- placeat fit card and buffet-des her sister-in-law, Leta
-- ----------- party Mr. and Tyre Peggy Catchpole, Church
Mrs. Don Colemanof Mrs. Stokes under the direction
Dorothy who
the annual garden party sand luncheon to the members Mrs. Seth E. Kennedy of Lake Margaret ,
Crusade Goal In Sight Port Arthur Wallace, Barbara and
community spirit that we Texas are vis- has been accompaniment of Mrs.
silver tea to be held at the and friends of the Geneva, visited friends and Card visiting her mother,
The Cancer Crusade In Keystone have in Keystone was Keystone iting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Las- Carolyn Tyre, Cathy Mrs. B. J. Alderman, presented a
Sophie Schneble for
Heights is in its final certainly evident during the home of Mrs. Bert Christoffers Heights Woman's Club on May siter and family. relatives of Melrose Sunday.Mr. Webster, Shirley Beckham, eral sev- special Mother's Day numberat
Sr. on Tuesday, May 22, from 11. Under the direction of Mrs. and Mrs. W. W. Addi- Trudie weeks has returned to
stages, and receipts to date fish fry, when everyone pitched Mr. and Marcus Turner and Morris. Beth Garmon, New York City. the Sunday morning worship -
indicate that the $1,000 quota in to help. Girl Scouts of 3 to 5 o'clock.Members Gilbert Allen, general chairman sons of Jacksonville spent Sun-I son and daughters attendedthe Carolyn Kelsey Elsie Jane Local students who service.

will be met, according to S. Troop 190 handed out Cancer are asked to invite assisted by Mrs. Artho day with Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Addison family reunion at France Wanda Tyre, Carol featured in the were :Mrs. Alverta Gornto enter-
their friends, and a cordial invitation Grolick, cochairman this the home May Day program
E. McKay chairman successful of a niece and nephew Rothhammer, and VirginiaFord.
of the Crawley..
information leaflets to the at the tained Monday night with 4
is extended to members event was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hig- Melrose High
Keystone Heights Unit of the Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Worley installed
crowd, and assisted the peo Mrs. E. I. VanNetta School last birthday dinner honoring T.
of the Starke, Gainesville, 125 guests. Funds will go4 to genbottom and family in Dins- Friday night were
American Cancer Society. ple with their dinner plates. visited Mrs. Van Netta's the following officersfor Vickey R. Gornto and Mrs W. XX
Gornto folk
and Melrose Clubs. help build a club house for, dancing;
new more Saturday. also vis-
They
Mrs. Robert Hendry, chair- Asa Williams and Buster Aik- I mother, Mrs. Leila Cannon, of the 1962-63 term: Presi David Brantley. drum solo Gornto.Dr.
This garden party and installation the Keystone Heights Woman's I isted Mr. ;
and Mrs. C. L. Hen-
man of the house-to-house en volunteered to oversee the I Lakeland. They also visited : dent, Gilbert Reed; Vice-pres- and Christine Brantley, fash- 0. M. Zelgler of Palatka
ceremony has been a Club. I I'I
canvass, has announced a making of hush-puppies and Cane Coral in Fort Mvers. JacksonMr ident. Rev. Kenneth Griffith; ion ,. was the dinner guest of Mrs.
tradition of the club for The -- --- ----- parade.
may Keystone Club members '
total of $526.15 received last Paul Smyzor allowed the use until 'I Mrs. Myla Keehn of Burl- secretary, Mrs. R. A. Wheeler; Enjoying the occasion with Rosa Brantley and Z.W. Bran-
the
years, redecoratingof are to the Melrose I
grateful and Mrs. Whittonof
week when 42 dedicated lad- of the Keystone Heights the club house in 1959, when i Club, whose members enlistedthe ington, Iowa is visiting at the Largo visited Gil Mrs. Whitton's and Treasurer, Mrs. Lois Wil- the students were Mrs. H. H. tley Thursday night! of last
ies [and a few men] knockedon Beach free of charge. home of Miss Iva Hillyer. liams. Room count was won
the annual Gornto Mrs. E. S.
Brantley,
interest of busl
was
program pre. Keystone sister and brotherinlawMr. week.Mrs.
doors in the Keystone The teen-agers of Keystone Marvin Odom's Hardware by Mrs. Lollie Crenshaw J. W. Brockman of
Mrs. Annie
ceded Sikes Mrs Rosa
by a luncheon. Now ,
tha.tthe ness people for the 36 door and Mrs. C. and
A. Ford
Heights area. According to Heights were fighting cancer Store was burglarized last first grade and Mrs. Stephenson's Grandin and Ralph Brockmanof
club house is in ruins, anda prizes contributed by them, family.Mr. Brantley, and the Misses Olive -
..Mrs. Hendry, there are still last Saturday when 30 of Thursday. The two burglarswere 11th grade. Refresh- and Alverta Palatka spent Mother's Day
new building is in the Gornto.
planning plus cash gifts which added to .
and Mrs. V. Y. Crawleyand
five sections in ments were served in the cafeteria
this
area them conducted road blocks captured later and most in Madison.
Friends will to learn
stages, the beautiful lawn the building fund. Mrs. Helen regret
which have not been completely stopping cars and asking for of Mrs., Christoffer's home on Phelps was in charge of the of the merchandise and mon- Mrs. F. E. Wilson spent at the conclusion of the that Mrs. Margaret Stuart is Mr. and Mrs B. J.Aldermanwere
in Jacksonville.Mr. .
Thursday
] canvassed. A final total wil1 contributions, with the slogan, Lakeview Drive will again be I gift table. ey were recovered.An meeting by the hospitality still listed among the sick of Mother's Day guests of
and
be announced later. "to cure more give more." the setting of this club-year I Mrs. Allen thanked her committee afternoon tea for friendswas Mrs. Fred Minder committee composed of Mrs. the community. their son-in-law and daughter.

Hats off to the Rotary and Mrs. Charles Wallenius, assis- highlight.Mrs. for their part in the held at the home of Mr. from Akron, Ohio are visiting Eugene Brantley, Mrs. H. P. Recent visitors in Grandinwere Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Clay

the Lions Clubs for their ted by Mrs. Inez Triest, direc- Allen Graham of Mel-i program: Mrs. Lucile Davis and Mrs. J. S. LaCoste last Mrs. Ruth Reed. Goodbread and Mrs. Chester Mr. and Mrs. M. H. at their home in East Palatka.
Mrs.
splendid cooperation in making ted this energetic group which rose, Director of District 5, will tickets; Mrs. C. C. Maxson, Mrs. Saturday.The Maymie Pridgeon has Weaver.A Baxley, Mrs. Myrtle Waldo, Recent visitors at the homeof

the fish fry on Friday a collected over $250., thus making install the following officers:I Jack Bass, and Miss Bessie North Central Chapterof opened a Beauty Salon in the May-Day Festival was and Mrs. Alma Fennell, all of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gornto

big success! Proceeds from the an outstanding contribu- President, Mrs. Julius Hanson; Rutherford, hostesses at the the American Institute of cabin next to Kelley's Restaurant held Friday night on the foot- I Gainesville.Mrs. were Raymond Gornto of Roland -

event will be given to the Can. tion to the Cancer Fund, and 1st Vice President Mrs. Her-I beverage tables; and all the Industrial Engineers held a A.card ball field under the directionof I I Warren Brantley and Mrs. Hazel Giddins of

cer Fund. The marvelous setting a record that even the bert Nelson; 2nd Vice President Melrose Club members who donated steak cook-out at the homeof the Melrose party Woman's was given Club for by Dr. H. D. Hovahannissian children Mrs. Rosa Brantley Palatka, and Mrs. Mabel Let-

Lions would be proud of. Mrs. John Karges; Treasurer,. the table prizes which Gen. and Mrs. R. P. Hollis the benefit of the and M's. H. Jackson. Students and Robbie Ridenour were ley of Middleburg.

Charlie McGlave Lions president Mrs. Fremont Tolles the Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Keystone from grades one through 12 for t&4
; Corres- president-elect, Mrs. Albert Woman's Sunday visitors at the Stephen THE RIGHT POINT
Club 11 at
INSURANCEAutoFireCaunslty and some of his mem- ponding Bachmann O. T. Robinson, Miss on May participated in the square dan-
Mrs.
Secretary, W. H. presented to the the Melrose Woman's Club. Foster Memorial at way you write. Oast fa and
: bers set the road block for Davie Cora Lyons, and Mrs. Emma ces, folk dances, and compete
up ; Secretary, Mrs John.winner at each table. Door prizes were furnished by White Springs. f seket your tacrtte ]ESTEB-

Ben and Allied Lines the girls. Bird; Director ((3 years), Mrs. Brinson spent Wednesday with the Keystone merchants. Food itive sports. Out of town visitors who BROOK FMBtala ... T 2Z-:

On of this week Be- Olive Stevens Director Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Limpersin
Reynolds Insurance Monday ; ((1 I and table prizes were donatedby attended Mother's Day ser GRAPH.
lote's Drug Store participatedin year), Mrs. Bert ChristoffersSr. school!" We suppose that the Gainesville.Mrs. METHODIST CHURCH
Melrose ladies. The
Agency" the Cancer Crusade by con- .; Mrs. Arthur Mannering, remaining -. poor man did believe he was Tom Spurlock's fatherof com- MELROSERev.
mittee for the party Mrs.
W. L. ReynoldsPh. tributing all coffee money received Director for 2 years, running it,, until the rah-rah Ohio died April 29. The was

2442 : 2791KeyaUnt on that day. This j elected in 1961. boys took their infamous petition ,' Spurlocks are former residents Miss Mary Bessie M. Allen Rutherford, chairman Mrs; Kenneth W. Griffith, CLAY COUNTY VOTERS
Pastor
Height; FIa.I' amount will be announced la- Under the direction of Mrs to the County office. of Melrose. :
Otha Grolick, and Mrs. Coris
H. L. Sutton, chairman of Social Too many other places are Miss Ruth Bigalowe has returned Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Maxson. Over 100 attended
people -
ter.George LaRue's Activities, hostesses anxious to to .her summer homein Worship 11 a. m.
and Mary wUl! get a good princi- and several paid their THANK YOU for making me high man
be: Mrs. Bert Christoffers Sr., pal of Mr. Sprow's calibre for Fire Island, N. Y. after MYF and MCF 7 p. m.

Mrs. David Nelson, Mrs. L. J. him to have to take that sit J $1 Winners and played of the at Melrose home. Duplicate Evening Worship 8 p. m. in the First Primary.I .

LeBlanc, Mrs. Elizabeth Him ting down. He and his wife
ble, and Mrs. Grace Walz. Mrs. Betty crack based her remarks on the Bridge Club were: TRINITY EPISCOPAL
THANK YOU S. are a team, and Club's Collect. first place Mrs. Walter J. I will appreciate your continued supportin
E. CHURCH MELROSE
McKay will have chargeof an asset to any school.
the guest book. Mrs. J. N. Mrs. Sara McDonald Gar- Grolick and Mrs. C. C. Max. the Second Primary May 29.
All we can say is that this son; second place, tied, Mrs. Sundays 10 a. m. Church ,
Cook will den Committee chairman, had
preside at the
punch situation should be of serious Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- School 11:45: a. m. Morning

Voters & Friends! table the tea, and and Mrs coffee John table.Bird at concern to all parents of all an the interesting Horticulture speaker Departmentof from yer and Mrs. Allen Graham Prayer and Sermon [First I would like to renew my pledge of sincere

children in Keystone Heights the 'University of Florida.! and Mrs. H. Segur; fourth Sunday, Holy' Communion]. 6 interest and untiring effort to improve -
School. We said it. and we're Episcopal Young Church
His subject was landscaping,' place, Mrs. Alice Kitchum and pjn.

Mini-Putt Golf Course will be glad! and his suggestions will be remembered -I Mrs. Geo. Phelps. men.Holy our Clay County Schools. .
' Melrose H. D. Notes The Melrose High School Days 10 a. m., Holy
when the timeOmes
YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE MADE open on May 19, and pro
ceeds from the opening day The May 24 meeting of the to plan the new club- PTA held its final meeting Communion.

i will go to the Cancer Fund. club win be held at 2 o'clockIn house grounds. Monday night, May 7, in. the The Rev. Lee W. Heaton, Sincerely
POSSIBLE MY FIRST PRIMARY
Last the club house. Members i school auditorium. The program Vicar. ,
year's opening day proceeds Mrs. Jack Haberstroh presented -
from Melrose and the Key- a fashion show, was
from :Mini-Putt were a "tax-form" idea sent
VICTORYI stone area win roll presented by the Future,
answer
also given 'to the Cancer to her by a former Keystoner, .
call by giving "good house- Homemakers of America and
Fund. a Keystone YM.MIBFJAM
Mrs. Edward Thiele, of Wal-
keeping hint." The training the Home Economics classes
The Keystone den, N. Y. This Is a fundraising -
WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU IN A MANNER Heights Unit period will feature "Food for idea with under the direction of Mrs.: Beauty ShopRay
complete
of the ACS sincerely thanks an appropriate -
Fallout. Mrs. Edith Nicholson Florence Stephenson. Clothing
TO JUSTIFY YOUR VOTE OF CONFIDENCE each volunteer who has work- I verse. Contributions, & Lois Olsen FOR
made the shown.
will by
president, preside girls were
ed during the campaign. to date, have been most gen 'AH Forms of Beauty Culture" ,
and again visitors are most Models for the event includedthe
These volunteers have the desire erous, as it has been widely. One of Our Specialties
welcome. following: Martha Scott, Board of Public Instruction
Sincerely to the circulated. Hair CuttingP1xIe.Swan
serve desire to ,
Woman's Club Hears Linda Weaver, Reda Tiller,
help to wipe out cancer, and Progressive BreakfastA Back-
Glenda Nobles. Marian Fred-
Annual DISTRICT
Reports THREEPd.
the conviction that the Job Progressive Breakfast will Feather Cut

can and will be done. To our The Keystone Woman's be held early in June for Rr. McKays Realty

Otto J. Murrhee many contributors, we say Club held their annual meet- members and friends of the Keystone RestaurantDinners Keystone 2M1 ( PoL Adv.

thanks for every dime andevery I frig on Thursday May 8. at I Woman's Club. Preliminaryplans LunchesSandwiches u__

dollar. They will conquer the Community Church edu are as follows: startingat Complete Food Service -

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 4 cancer, just as they pro cational building. Committee 9 a. m-, a caravan will go To Take Out

vided a means of conqueringpolio. annual reports and officers' to a home for fruit juice;
Open 7 A. M.--8 PJI.- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE
Remember, "To cure annual reports were given, then travel a. mile or so to .

(Pd. Pol Adv.) more give more!" and they were most encour- another home for scrambledeggs Closed Tuesday

PTA Meeting Tonight aging. The president, Mrs. and grits, and chit-chat; Btwn. Standard & Gulf Station

The final meeting of the Julius Hanson summarized then on to the Masonic hall Keystone Heights BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE

Keystone Heights PTA for the the "ups and downs" of 1961- for cards. At noon there will

1961-62 term will be held tonight 62, beginning with November be light refreshments for

[Thursday] in the when the then-president, Mrs. those who wish to continue .
I To The Voters When It Comes To
school cafetorium at 7:3: 0. Henry Mickle, tendered her playing. This will be another DEALERFRiGIDAIRE REAL ESTATEC.

Please note that time-7:30. resignation and moved to: fund-raising project, at $1 INSURANCEGO

Feature of the evening will Gainesville, catapulting Mrs.! per ticket. Mrs. Sara McDon OF FIRST CLASS!
first vice press Geo. E. LaRue J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
be a fashion show by the girls Hanson, the ald and Mrs. Irene Williams

of the Home Economics De I. dent, into the presidency. She I are co-chairmen in charge. Clay CountyI Keystone Heights
Sales and Service
accepted the office graciously Annth Prniar.ft I
partment. As induce Agt For TRAVELERS
a special ----- ------
ment, we might say that the for the balance of the year The Keystone Heights Wo I Yeoman's Electric Insurance Company REAL ESTATE

girls have all been making but the destructive fire and man's Club is planning a : Service HomeOwnersAutomobile MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

i shorts. New officers for the loss of the club house building chain-luncheon and Fire I
I cardparty I
Keystone He1&1* Phone 4297
Melrose GE 5-2371 ,
later sparkedher
months
coming year will be installedat three I' for sometime in the near fS Tel 4692, Day 4325, Nile
and she accepted -
this meeting. Come out and enthusiasm, future. Watch for it. AUTO SERVICE
for 1962- MILLWORK
get some idea of what is in the presidency Woman of the Year LITTLE SANTA FE LAKE

store for our school next year. 63. In her report, she saw the Selected by JuniorsAt Baker Keystone
extend to in EnterprisesAuthorized
values women Furnished Home.S .
Where Are We Now their last regular monthly -
Speaking of what is in this club work and expressedthe meeting, the Keystone Millwork Shop beams, truest house, dock,
all for- U-Haul Trailer Dealer
that
wish they go FURNISHED HOME.
store for our school next year Heights Junior Woman's Club CABINETS DOORS
; ward together. Had it not Auto Repair 21 Hr. Service
we might say that it is anybody's been for the loss of the build- voted Mrs. Charles [Kitty] Bait Shell Gas & Oil WINDOW FRAMES spadocs lot, many trees, price
guess. It is commonknowledge McGlave "Woman of theyear" t and
terms
SCREENS
see:
ing, this could have been a Available 24 Hrs.
that Mr. Sprow for 1961-62. She was Trim Materials
Portable Electric
attractive Welding
The
won't be there banner year. Associate Edna Martin.
principalThis
as
presented with a silver charm Sash Made To Order
refreshment table was arranged 2 in. So. on Rt. 100
is a great loss becausewe by Mrs. John Karges, and bracelet and charm which wil1 4n Keystone Heights 4656 Keystone Heights TeL 4285 Keystone Heights Fla.
firmly believe that he was e
The DIFFERENCE is in favor. Mrs. William Pinion, who were be properly engraved. Phone 4103
your the best principal we ever had Kitty, who is very proud to NURSERY I
II H.
at our school and because hostesses. be so honored wants to be FLORIST I JAMES HcEACHEN,

changing principals every Just before adjournment.. that Clemens NurseryOver REALTOR
quoted as saying every
when you spend what is left after saving, instead year is bad. members participated with .single member of the club : YS;ft;':1s Edna Williams 600 Verities of

of saving what is left after spending. For a long time we have refrained ideas for fund raising during could honestly be honored in FLORIST-NUESEEI Shrubs Tree. flouseplant

from voicing our opinion the coming months. like manner, and what makes FLOWERS Citrus & Azaleas Palms S. E. McKay, RealtorLake

Decide how much you are going to save each pay. in this column feelingit At the April 24 luncheonand the award so meaningful is deeply appreciate the For AD Occasion. Hiway 100 at Bitterest

day. Then regularly deposit this fixed sum in your wasn't worth making enemies program meeting, new that it comes from a group of fine support I have received Melrose Phone: OR 5-2331 31% Miles East of Frost Property. Homes

saving account FIRST. It's the one sure way to for a lOc a column inch. members were especially hon such hard-working young wo in the campaignfor Keystone Heights and Acreage.

reach But we Jvt want to say to ored. New members included member of the Boardof INSURANCE I Keystone UrijtU-Th. 1071
goal "
your those who 'stirred up the Mrs. A. A. Freeman. :Mrs. men.For the benefit of those Public Instruction. I An Insurance Savings Plan NURSERY STOCK

You'll doubly enjoy spending "what's left," when trouble over conference' football Grace Waltz. Mrs. R. O. Al- who do not know, the total Azaleas :soc & up

you do your saving FIRST! : What have j u got now? son. Mrs. Pat-Bradley Mrs. membership of the club is I U You Live It's a Saving S' to 4' Azaleas Special $2.00 eft. Winifred H.

A football field. a' anference Ann Poole Mrs. Mildred currently only 14 girls. There 1 I wish to express my I U You Die It's Insurance Landscaping :Material Available

Get started NOW I team and no iirmcVftL Mr. King, Mrs. Georgia Warchfld, are only three members who gratitude to each of you, ASK YOUR GULF MAN See Our Plants Before Tan 80"O. CRAWFORDBeat

on your own savings Sproww was a local resident.He Mrs. H. T. Dent Mrs. Peg do not have pre-school children and hope for your continued ,

program. Open an account in this bank attempted to hire teachers Rinehart, Mrs. Lillian Ennls. or hold full-time jobs or support of my L. R. Brault C. Carnes NurseryFlorahome Be:. raw. >.e .kf

today. A who resided in town hoping Mrs. Ward A. Bessett, and both. Despite their lack of candidacy in the Second Keystone Hgbts. Tel 4558-4151 684-4665 ,

that local people would give Mrs. Amy McElrath. Mrs. free time these girls get done Primary on May 29. PACKAGE STORE Lab Properties Acreage .

the faculty an attribute of per Francis P. Egan assisted by whatever jobs need doing. I INSURANCE Ranch! Baslnea City

manence. The constant shifting Mrs. Charles King, presented Aside from supporting all ShaughnessysPACKAGE ,.. ftctaJI

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK of faculty personnel isnt each new attending membera federation projects, they have Murrhee Insurance I"We Take A PecsaocI Interest
R
.the best thing for a school, corsage of sweet peas in the sponsored a cottage of girls M. Paterson 8TOBB IA Your RefuirtBwets*

MEMBER ants although there is bound to be club colors of blue and gold. at Sunland for two years. AgencyGeneral OPEN 1 I A. M.-13 p. M DAZLI
Midway:
CLOSED SUNDAYS Keystooi 1I
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.?VYVVYYVYVVYVyyyyV'fYy in small packages." ches will be played by May stone Heights. All others from I for those good things then. el, Karen Hansen; Hansel, of this notice, the futitious' Fla., sole owners. 4 4Datl'
While they can honestly be 11. Gainesville. One of the Key- PersonalsWe I' Jonnson name of Faustina's Florist <\ t. is Iftji day of May, I
KEYSTONAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, Tommy ; Gertrude, I Shop, Route 1, Brooker, Fla. .\. I) tarkeJ Bradfi"; \
termed a "select" group, they Weekly tournament winners stone teams, Lake Geneva, don't know who JI'IIeii\Ia' ,
dropped the mother, Donna Rhoden; E. L. Lester and Faustina C'quntr, .
H I G.tt .. t Ht; S will welcome any new members were as follows. Low tied for first place with Wil- the tray of type last week, Peter.the father, Charles Hin- I i.tn7 i..1. Lester. Route 1, Brooker, 5/fO U 5, n

-' ;:j who want to travel in Gross, Pansy Hawes and Eva liams-Thomas Funeral Home,1 and put it back together in son; the witch, Sandra Moore. I -

,-- good company and work hard Hall, draw; Low Net, Vesta but in the play-off, they came : such a way "that it almost I: sandman, Michael Newsome ': J. *
[From Preceecnng Page] for welfare and community! I Aiken. out in second place. The other i made sense, but all persons ; dew fairy Gloria Newsome. i Our Soil S Our Strength I AMBULANCE S1E1fVICrE

in New Arrivals On May 11, the Keystone Keystone team, McKay j! concerned in the wrong pla- : Narrators were Sheryl MCEIr -, PHONE 9&".2600t' ,

their between. They contributeto S-Sgt. and Mrs. H. Leslie Women Golfers were 'playhig Real Estate, cane in fourth ; -ces.. We hope that pebple will y, Wendy* Hill, and Price j i Soil Conservation DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
canteen fund so that Ridaught Jr. announce thj the second week of the Bert place only half a game be- : understand that one can't Starr. II j .
no child Is forlorn on can- birth of a son, Stephen Scott, Christoffers Sr. Handicap I hind Dowfing's Shell Ben ice. II I make mistakes like those ont (I Cookie children were Car-i N-E-W-S j DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral*'Director

teen days. They"give Christ- on May 8, at March AFB. Riverside Tournament. Match results j,I So the local boys all made a'': ie. typewriter! V <,i olyn Beck, Barbara Johnson, I Starke, Fla.

mas gifts and Easter gifts: Cal. He is the fifth were: Eva Hall 3-2, Mary I good showing. Following the V To begin with, let us say Raymond Thomas, Linda Sue ::, By Bill Haas RENTAL SERVICES
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trim Christmas trees, and fill grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Brokas; Gena Christoffert 421 inner[ a business meeting of V that Glad ce Bachmann and Batten, Rose Lee McKinney, V' Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches

Easter baskets for 36 girls. Harold Ridaught of Peach i ; Su Dwyer; May Henderson I the League was- held, and Graham Alabama Boyd were not guests Linda Starling, Mary Alice The Board of Supervisorsfor -------- -I

They also collect and refur- Street. 13-2, Hilda Jackson. Freda Hutchlnson of the- Lake t i of the ehaperoHes at the Beta Parker, Carolyn M ng. Mem the Bradford Soil Conser- --------- -

bish clothing for the girls on From far-off Alaska, we ; Wyman 2-1, Elva Stedh m: Geneva team was elected V Ball,.bat' rfctherthey Were the bers' of the chorus were Ron vation District held their regular I

a regular baSisEach hear that Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Jane LaCosta 1-up, Sylvia president for the coming year. guests of Dr. and Mrs. Dom- :, nie Knight, LawrenceMeng, monthly meeting at the' GLASS That's Our Business"If

year, the Juniors havea i W lrath HI, are the parents : OTConnor; Pansy Hawes 3- The bowlers' wives were onic Longo 01 New Orleans. Johnny Moore, Plenn Gnann -, Chamber of Commerce office ; It's Class -fW'e Have It" I

"home town" proJe&t. This of 'a baby girl,. but we don' ,t 2, Fran Livingston r' Vesta also guests at the dinner. .. The Doctor' and his wife. were Susan Taylor Iris Hart, Billy V in Starke. Those present were: CALL WRITE or VISIT

year and, they hope for : have the particulars at this Aiken 3-1, Kathy Red!earn.i Those from Keystone who attended V. not members'of "'a 'party that Saxon, Gary Johns Ronald Foster Shi Smith, Lonnie Har- : i; ; i GLASS NEED
ANY
many years to come- they writing. Mrs. Walratfi is the I i Weekly winners: Low Gross, included"' Mr. and Mrs; visited Silver sjrings-tn fact, But Charles Breeden, Linda ley, and Zedra Hamilton. The FOR
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are establishing a sCholarship:i former Bobbie Bastedo, who,,.: Eva Hall, 41; Low Net, Freda William E. Baker; Mr and i they dont'knot those people, Rhoden, JoAnn Slade, Diane Board discussed the NationalS SHEA'S GLASS CO.
fund for'the deserving grad- I like her husband, is a former Wyman, 34. Mrs. John R. Hall, Mr. and 1' tnelt. Mrs Lindsay Walker, : Brown, and Eloise Hines. i II Conservation District

uates of Keystone Height1 i 1 keystoner. I A mixed two-ball tournament Mrs. Graham Hutchinson, : Miss Connie Knfgnt;" Pam CO OI.i1gt:11ilUlUi___1..J:_ _\____ .jvciiujr,____ .uu-'P Awards Program sponsored by I I % (NOT INC.)

School. In addition to this, : Duplicate. Bridge Notes' will be played at 4 p. Mr. and Mrs. George Young :, Thompson, Rehea: Betote, Map; er, Matthew Packham, _Billy Th Goodyear Tire & Rubber I Joe Peters Glass Co.
:you will find them working on 1: At the- meeting t of the Key: j m.: 'May"20 with: a buffet tolI and Mn and Mrs. Harold R. j aVe a'n Beasley: and Julie Walk Meng, and David Griffis. All Company. "Formerly Fronts

most every 'approved charity stone Heights Duplicate! lowing. Lawrence all representing 1 This$ group did not g6 'deep- ; props were made by 8th graders -, Titus e-sson was nominatedas V We Design Modem Store

drive and frequently they '1 I'Bridge Club, on Friday. May, \\I Lfini Meet the'''Lak6 Geneva team. Repj j I sea, fishing on 'the way home ,' including trees for the Outstanding District Co-I .5 Just Mail Us A Pattern For

are the ones who spearheadthe 11, Lucille. Davie and Irene J: I ""The Keystone Heights Lions resenting theMcKay Real -Gladyce ncI Alabama did woods and the witch's hous operator. His pasture manage- Table Tops

drives. For three years, j j Mickle were high scorers;. Club met1 at the Masonic Hall tate team were Mr. and ES-1 i that!'Coach Burdgess and his and cage for the two children. ment and soil fertility pro- I II 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353

they have received a certificate 'Mildred Sutton and Olive e Monday night: May 14. The Sam Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. : wife were horat'Silver Springs Stage decorations for the-Tom, gram, besides his outstanding I_ d .

of merit for their con- I Karges were second high;;; j Junior Women's Club had Everett 'Pox, and Mr. and -but' Were chaijerohesr at theBeta''Crab" Thumb wedding were arranged activities in a farm organizations -:

triblitions to CARE and Radio -| while Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hanson i prepared a delicious Swiss Mrs. George W. Schaeffer. Ball. TVe frost that bYVMr. and Mrs. K. B. Wat- are a few of the reasons ::1 j ji .-. V.' ,

Free Europe. This year,. | were third. The clut j steak dinner for them. Fol71 CHURCH NEWS this time; 'everyone Is thbrfcughly terson including greenery at i the board nominated him. i SHOP ANYWHERE

they have won the State award I 1 meets in St. William's Rec- I lowing\ the regular dinner Several women from St. onf Set, fcnd wishing i i the base of the stage an arch- The misuse of District equipment I j, FOR NEW :OR USED

for having their members and I reation Hall every Friday a'L't I meeting, a meeting of the. Anne's attended the District all those people' tiad stayed t way of greens, and candel- was discussed and it was; -

families vaccinated against, 7:30: p. m. board was held. III meeting of the' Episcopal hOn in: the Tirst place! \ the fueling of the board that

polio 100 per cent. 'v. G.. A. News Bowling League Dinner Churchwomen in Gainesville :Mr.. and. Mrs.'. Ed ,"Conneen'' abra.Admission charge for Friday .- when the equipment is misused II Then Come See Us!

These activities all require The Keystone Womer\ Wednesday night, May 9, Wednesday.The V and son Peter, from: 1'ennes- : -'eraring's program broughtin I; the cost of repairs would be '
money and these hardworking Golfers teed off Friday, Ma Y] members of the 12 teams ole monthly covered dish see, have been spending i several -: $40 for the PTA. it was an- : charged to the person using I WE'LL' MATCH ANY; DEAL
girls"raise tneir funds' reg 4, for the first round of till L I the Night Owl Bowling League, supper was held in the Par- days at White Feather" ; nounced at the close of tire' I the equipment. The taking of' "

ularly cooking and serving the: Christoffers Tournamentj t;,1 and their sponsors enjoyed a ish House Wednesday, with Court, visiting all their old!:!I program. The closing meetingof equipment when not scheduled I, UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET

Lions dinner meeting another j I the following results: delicious buffet dinner at the Mrs. Martha Tolford as hos- friends, arid attending to a''' the PTA for this school for it was also discussed. i!

fund-raising affairs Eva Hall over Louise Logs- I Holiday Inn in Gainesville. tess. Mrs. Tolford wasTassist- few business matters conc rn-I I year will be a covered dish L A request for a soil and '\\"a-I Your Authorized DeaTef *

Since they are' one of the I1:; : aon, 5 & 4; Gena Christof r- 1 The League has been bowling ed by Mrs. Fran-Livingston- ing their beautiful hom on J slipper Friday night,'May 25,,V ter conservation farm plan 215 S. E. FIRST 'GAINESVIJ..J.E
smallest clubs in the state"f fers over Lois Walker, 1 up; at Bowlero in Gainesville for, [not Virginia Garnar, as erroneously Lake Keystone. with'"all parents and friend was made by J. D. Odom, \I -

this goes to prove the old j l ':Pansy Hawes over Lilly Lee:, the past 33 weeks. Of the 12!,, reported last week I invited lto attend. whose place is located in the -
5 & 4. The first round mat- I teams, two were from Key- -and Mrs. Sylvia O'Connor. COMMUNITY CHURCH Hampton Baptist VBS Sampson City area. A complete -
cliche that I
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..,, The Children's Confirmation t. Set For 'June '11-15- soil and water conservation -'! } '
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Class started Saturday\ 0-, ... :Hampton Baptist Church: farm plan was prepared
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May 12, and -will meet each Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister has set- Monday, June 11,, for Benny Garcia, owner of the 1, ." $,.' ..,. "......""',.-..
STARK BUSINESS succeeding Saturday morning Mrs. George'. ; Ca l r.t-, ; 'Organist through Friday- June 15, fotheIr. 1''i, Garcia Dairy. He plans to establish -, :. #.....s.N4 .-' .

DIRECTORYI at 10 a. m. until "school'is tut. ant. Di ctor. annual Vacation Bible: I all his pastures into

After that, they will Very 1ik Richard, Cushmanr; Youth Dir.I School Pastor W. p' McElroy i Pensacola Bahia and white with NA-CHURS

j'- -_- I 1y meet more often in orderto Sunday 'ScH'ool, 9":45l: m. announced last week. An opening :i clover and use some fields for ,
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complete' the clasS before parade and registration u i i supplemental pastures. :
. AUTO PARTS AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICE Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
-. vacations and 'camp' sessions is planned for Saturday, June.! ;. The farm plan for Claudes ATOMIC ENERGY PROVEN
Youth People, 7 pjn. "Pioneers -
Sake Motor J. B. cause a general diS ,ersaI. 9. Classes for 'age$ 316 arai s i Rowe was revised. He is Using VII '( r' -
Wright Starke'sCities 6 'p.V m. -
1 T The Adult and Y ngPeo. I I scheduled each morning that; ': pensacola; Bahia and S-l

Parts Co., Inc.NAPA. SINCLAIR SERVICESTATION Service StatiorJ. I pIes' Inquirer's Class held its ST. E'S'UISCOPAL week:,'from 9 a. mto 12 noon I White clover for his pastures. '

first meeting on Sunday night, Personals': I Claude remarked that he was LIQUIDFertilizer

four LocalJobber Complete Auto Service C. Gardener, Prop. May 13. It: was' decided that CHURCH, <' i. KEYSTONE. "., ''10Mnd: Mrs. Rudolph De- !| getting good results with S-11

F.r Tires Batteries-Accessories Every Mechanical Service Sunday would be the best Rev. Wm. W. Wontall.V Vicar Waters! 'Who'hare been living [ clover, even in this dry wea- '

Cor. Brownlee & Clark Lubrication Washing General Repairs Automat!Ic, time for the meeting, whichare Daily Morning Prayer, 8:30: In New York City 'since their I j ther.
542 Madison 969-2801 open to all persons, church am. Daily Evening Prayer, 5 prev'ious "residence in Hampton i Lennard Register, football;
TransmissionsCities '
Phone.. 964- 801. 964-0811 '
as well as those being confir p.m. Sunday, 9:30: a.m. I several years' ago,; have; coach, used the District fertilizer !
AUTO 1ThVTEarl's Dodd's Service & Service Products med. The course is called Holy Eucharist on -1st and moved back to their formei : spreader to fertilize the :

Auto Sales TIKES BATTERIES "Journey Into Faith" and prdmises 3rd Sundays each month.I I home, here: r.football field. '! LOCAL USERS ARE NOW EXPERIENCING

GarageALL 105 N. Temple Stark e to be very stimulating. Morning.Prayer on 2nd Valid i III Mt. Und Mrs. E. L. Brown 11otirE I, : or nTK\Tio\I II :,; GREATER STRAWBERRY YIELDS!

KINDS' Of Rambler Sales! & Service PHONE 964-9911 It is not too late for anyone 4th Sunday Litany'.Serviceon and children arid Mr.- and:I : RE( I >TKR KICHTIOISAMK, Experiments in Florida and elsewhere show tobacco

AUTO'. REPAIR. WORK.. GENERAL REPAIRING interested to join, and ta 'eft- any 5th Sunday: Evening. -Mr$.'Frafc Brown 'of JacksontfBe :'thE'.XetUe undersigned, is heieby, given undetthe that I i j! yields increased several hundred pounds per acre.

All Work Guaranteed International Lifetime I, joy the coming sessions of Prayer, 5 p.m. spent Mother's Day" here1vfth V proisions!' of ehapttriaw 20,953! Corn, Cotton, Beans; Melons and Tomatoes show in.
I of Klonda. Acts of 1941fwill r
Phone 9C9-2964 Mufflers AUTO TIRES this class each Sunday night. f.' During Lent.- Litany. and 'MIS.) f."F.-'BTOWn. regsiwith! the :Clerk of creasing: yield and profit per acre with NA-Chors
Co.; Walnut. Starke FIRESTONETires Last Sunday was EYC Sunday Meditation" each Wednesday,. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade, the Cirruit Court. in and for j
: Bradford- County Florida upon: which is licensed by the Atomic Energy Commission ;
Batteries Accessories
and the members of this I T:30 p.m: V VV : and Mr. ana' Mrs. Free Hall I fPC'l'i'H' of proof ot. publication !
AUTO SERVICE 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 Starke Recap Co. Young People's" group participated V of Gainesville were fishing at I n" $I :NOW AVAILABLE ,

Bill Edwards Pappy Reub-teD. Owner Mn.. in the.. s rvi, e.. ChucK, V FIRST. .. :BAPTIST.... Yankeetotwifon'! Saturday ,. '! FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT ALSO 1
Pardee read the Re3 "frMrs.: Leland 'Bedenbaugh '
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
prayers':
Gilbert
S. Brown .
Recapping for Cars & Truck '
Starke 116611Service ba Hall led in the reading of and Mrs. 'Ka B.- .Wattersonwere 1L.
Standard Oil Service Station i ONE DAY SERVICE the Psalm] ; Nancy O'Connorthe J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph Gainesville visitors on PRtJ, PHONE 782-3541 :I

ATLAS I NEW TIRES AT SAVINOftBATTERIES first lesson; DeeDe Har- Copefand, Minister of. llusic 'r Wednesday week. 'Dinner Luther Milliard Store
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TIRES I' j
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BATTERIES denbergh the Second Lesson. and church 6rg"a"ais: I visitors Saturday: of- the Wat- ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM
Budget Terms- Road Service,Wheel Balancing & Alignment Dianne and Stefan Brokas Services: Sunday School personswere Mf. and Mrs.f BOATS Inquire at Store Highway 225
Phone 964-0221
Phone 964-7071 Phone 964-8881 V were ushers, while Rodney I 9:45 a- m. Morning Worship, f Frank Hardfci of' Jacksonville 1 V ,
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407 N. Temple. Stark 617 N. Temple, Starke 301 South Starker Paul was Crucifer.: 10:50: a. m. 'fTaininiFtJni&n, + Mr. artd-Mrs. Hi' H. Parker -.f.

-- .'Community. Church Notes I 7tfp: p. m. Evening services I I drove to Orlando last week to I VV V' V 'VV V N. ,Vt _.,
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r I 8:00'p.: m. -YoU invited to I visit their son-in-law anddaughter.
Sunday: morning, May 20, at i i I
the V church service, Dr. Holt I share family Prayer 'timS witis Mr. and Mrs. J. M, t r. .. _, _
us. Baker, and childien-Mrs. Ba- 's- :: V.V: ;
will conduct an Installation, r. ____
Service for the Church Wo ker underwent surgery in an --' < ,
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men. Those to be installed a-, L J c7'xBy hospital week. #
will be the elected Officers, W. M. .Phillips of Hampton 4 5- \\5-P I __ 4

the committee chairmen,. and 'H AM P--TO N : attended the ceremony in
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Jacksonville Sunday in r
mem- 4
the circle leaders for the corning I : ) ,.
ory of 17 police officers who ; 5- _, ,
year. V Mrs..D. E.. HiD < < J
:: had been killed in the line of a '
On Monday, at 12:30: the tAAAAAA2ALALAAAAAAAAAASchool .- V '
duty since 1900. Mr. Phillips : -,k- _
N- Church Women will meet for ..
//L attended on behalf of two of
the annual covered dish lun- Registration V / :

W'1 cheon. In the afternoon, the First 'gr de resgistration alHampton' his uncles Napolian B. Ha- 5-V.V4.bjV/ : VVVV.: .:.':. .: Lte& gan, 1913, and Benjamin F. VV VV.V VV VV : VV V, 1
S ; new organization oT circles Elementary School' VV V
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.." Will be' held .Hagan, 1917- A yuaque honor : < '
will be announced. This will Tuesday. May 22,, '
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((4S be followed by short circle from9. 'm. to i p. m. for all .ing the 17 men was unveiledat .
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el -' meetings. children eligible to start school I the ceremony. i 'f... .
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tfert fall.Children:. V Mothers honored at the % T'5q {
The new and old circle lead- / '
worship service at Hampton
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are*.in.yited VV :( .
to come ,
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charge of the VS ,
and Baptist Church Sunday included -' I <
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luncheon. I participate in tbc class during 'N4 ,: ,..
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Mrs. Mantle Mead as the
these hours, and hav3 lunch I 4 VV VV,: V'
Wednesday, May 23, at 6:30p. : at the school'rf-desired'; Par- -oldest mother present; Mrs.

m.. the last Family Night ents of the children are ;asked I Clarence Melton, the young-

Supper of the season' will be to come to the school sometime est; and Mrs' Milton Mosherfor

: / held with the TetfrmgExecu-" between 9 and 1, and bring: having the most children
tive Board In charge. 'Co1ne, the child's birth certificate i if; present. Corsages were presented '

bring the famiLy and' enjoy) f possible.I to these during the I|

an' evening of fellbwship"., I I Those'eligible to enter the Mother's Day service. I(

News from St. .William's I(first grade next fall are those: Guests Sunday at the W. P. i

On Sunday morning, May''who will be six years of age e: McElroy home were his parents V
13, nine angelic'children"' f e- ,'fore Jan. 1, 1963. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Me -

ceived their First 'Communionat V School _Entertainment Elroy, and his brother and
St. William's. We can't!I[ Is Applauded: sister-in-law, Mr. and, Mrs. K F

help it.but when we see these t,**j' uui&c'Abdfent Carlton McElroy and children 1,1 ,'
\. .,./ precious children slowly walking -j1 "Hamt>torf Elementary all of Trenton. i VV VV $ ) '
School's ,
";:< ," ,. bp the aisle so scrubbed ,i DUddtfig ifetofs and actresses V Mrs. Foster Hayes returned I 4 : _____ :VI V
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and %o holy, we just 'hafte to*["played ttf a V home last' week after undergoing I*:_ \\ \ \
standing-room-f
: ; starf blubbering. Not 'fet an"!'otilr audience' Friday night j surgery at Bradford ; .
BE A practical'for''& meiriber'of the j!| last week;in the' 1 f County Hospital in 'Starke. |,7
THOUGHTFUL school au'd1f|
GIVER. Choir! .The. 'ilass"'was "under I tortum. I i i ij Visitors Saturday and Sunday -} Use your head when shop for
the direction of Ellen "Mor I The i at the home of Mr and you a
j enthusiastic audience
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Give gan. v: f V Mrs. D. W.: Swindell included '
aetter applandea ;
Electrically I eaCh 'porUon of the,*'
This Sunday, May 20, Mass Tom. Thumb wedding'::first oft V'Mr. Swindell's sister, Mrs. new-size"car

will start at 10 a. m. This f'the doWe billing; and the I Andrews and 'Mrs. Hagan j V
Make[ it an electric gift and you make it a special Sunday only. It will be Communion -j[wild chortles' 6f Hansel and son of Starke: Ruth Row V;
occasion. It's the perfect way to remember the _ Sunday for all the ladies -? Gfeters" witch startled 'sndV as V I! and Ruby'" Rowe of Jackson- : The air is filled with claims about the soRambler owner will tell'you.howmuch he

day!' You can find an "all star" assortment in No Guessing! of ,theParish.. Following''? she 'flew" around the audit fviTle' Mr. *and Mrs Seeberi 1!j called "new-size"cars-the ones that have saves on gasoline.

any price range and{or every age and taste.Gifts ELECTRIC GIFTS I Mass, there will be a Communion 1torftmV ton her' brooms*. I Ij Rowe of California; and Mrs. !' finally caught up with Rambler Classic'i Care about i

to entertain; to cook:, to help with home chores. ere a Blessing! Breakfast V in the recreation -j j Friday evening's ;,fSwindelTS sister !'{rg. W. C.1 1 1size, but with little else. V quality Every Rambler
Welcome- gifts that keep on giving; for years. hall for all the l 'dies i. completed. program V ) Crosby, and two grandsons off has Double-Safety Brakes-of alt IT. S.

V ,&> practical, so pleasure-packed I : M oUJe r's Day .- btrthdays'Father1 of the Parish, and all of the j i I plays- .. presented.a series-this 'ab of, .Plant City; Just use your head and youTI discover cars, only Cadillac has a similar system.

And for that Day wadding*" teen-age girls. It was originally -] sizeable'"differences. Slide into the front Only Rambler
fcally special gift: a flampTp aato. j I pupils of the schooL Three -=. -V -- gives you Deep-Iip rust-
f; matic electric] range, clothes dryer, dishwasher, graduations anniversaries \ to be a Motherand.daughter
',.'* t.:. or TV set, or ofher major electric appliance that' Breakfast, but not very ,: plays at the'PTA meeting { L1iAi; J'V j in the Rambler Classic (actually more spares you the expense'of
t replacing rusted-
Jigh'te1rlitotk
and brightens many ladies have teenagediaughtrs.So ,! last !
leisure. j month, and
lat.week'i"edding .' than Cadillac!). Full and V
] ample room for oitf mufflers and taiJpj
See the V. 1H I is suffice, to 1 i "" & She is 4t .-Rambler's are
big selection at your favorite store..There's say, all teenagers and ladies i!I! program by first, and co Il i *_ : ; six big and well-padded -f oters. Ceramic-Armored. '
always second
something new when it's. .electrical! are invited. At this breakfast. graders. Hansel and ( E tR Y I You better .
Cretel. i 1" get perform-
the new members of the Altar j ? l i JOIN| THE TRADE PARADE TO You can get all the facts at
three-act
operetta, was put on* because Rambler is
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) Society will be' installed. j PAIRSwATrIfSMAM:1NDs j V your dealer's. Ui.free cai.
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J by members et the ,glee. cluJi
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ard I IifS"nexf HAMRl i-B
tftf1g fhM : : i compa. son Hay Boois'and
The Altar Sotietf will hold r1rom: the 6th, 7th and 8Ui 4
V : .. .:AND C1IIING.7D 1 fr .. meeting. sfoh'day'riTghtMay 1! grades. l'J-.Iianiona.Wof1 J'(, :." 1 !rtfulmt ed. t". r.. ,passing. power I And any llfilllULLil: make it easy to uk your head;

: I 21, in the recreation hall ni Principal brinjs fun
bof | you KM average rf UM second (U. S. Van ia Orbl Hear H on ABC. CBS and NBC radio.DQDD'S .
.: FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY at 7:30: p.m. V rooms. Mrs. Carolyn: C nova,1 -142 \\., Call St. i .

.... .. HELPIN3 BUILD hORIDA Bake Sales w1n'continue. to music thacre d. i ',1. .
.< V-- .. .' V.. __ ,_.. be held on Sunday mornings The cast of. characters V ,..,Stirke-FIa-.. AUTO SALES 529 S. Walnut l St. Starke Fla
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.THURSDAY1. MAY. U. ,1161' ,- ",WABFORB- WWfff;!' .SfAftSB, TtQKlBA PAGE IHKTIRf
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Norman. Seems heand t.tee eyes'AtTraining Union time
nhitih I 1 .. .un, 1 Cum at SE cor of
had if- his T x'I I Dicri4tiea ---"it 9t Tau; V
an arument Sunday eyes -er s"olleItIhut n L Lot IS ft run W
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; f laid Owner
Lots 5' 6. .7. 8 l : V .* c Oat.SW V
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CIA temoon'and ttokrt 44Ung' he had t to stay at ho V V V i 160 ft for a POR.I .
HILL. ;: ie. Be t. 12' in ofiffttrira ,_ <, j j : .
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run X 137 ft
!.. of !|E .. VV V
of'Starke. : Florida l"tit C atrol 4 V V
: t on the fowhead"b r -.1-" ? weea ffi* the ter luck 'ne.t- ,time!rI VV I ;" : -1 Che* re t Co: V T f.J. %:S '.$.43; of :W S23'' 34 8 .:1 40- Ray**.. .Salatar V ',< V IU;% i SO ft. S 137. tl, E 'V '
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JLSiOTICE SO ft POB in
4 ; to
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J Bj Mrs. J. L. StdCkllfldI4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA I 4 :l.". Lot .5 in& 1 of rot .:' .'j; .V I. 4 V i"tor f. V V I'VsVofNwI4 town of Lwtey ; V. ; :. V
IS orter
tutu V i : .f ;, V 8(1Robert.
I -. of.Stark ". V 11' VV : Irs. & f:.Marshall 5.:!) V SE1-4. "rllA-- :59' V V V \ VV VV. V V. of Ry. '." 4e&C41i;
'. V :. : '. I Coint SW.; cor of V,
Xotice is that the i j for POB. J5 10T Ti V ,
hereby given fgllovHny described lands I V .
Corn' 3ftHik ,wf j : Blk IS V X V .
at { .V .
: : .- J05VX 105% Ii V V V run V
\fitl be
1 14.at. Public Auction at 12iOO.o'clock.noon the 8th V. V .
I A surprise birthday party 14 & W. ; t- '- 274 ft for
run V \9a' to Pt'B"i 1 VJ: 1 J. V E. Garrison V: 25.43 a FOB
day of June, A.D., 1962. at .the City 'hal!, ; 'City 'of Stark. V V r f V V .
35 'F.t.X,48.1"t'E V '
I was given Wednesday night of County of Uralford, Statfc. Of FHrida, to pay ta* aawaht due 22 .'T .-i'F 01, .. V t" .S! 4f SWJ.f: ;: VV run1Vft.lo:: ft. B so .X
Ft. : V ft, s
J for Taxes hereto set opposite the iannj, together *ith all .a. -. VV V V El : : 1 S' 21 20 Julia Deaue lU
last week for Buddie Wilkinson of coin* E 33 Ft;.$: ""h. t .'V '.. VVFtVLO1QH V '. 102/ft to POK'iatowii '
such sale and advertising: V '. 1-1 "XE"cor or' V V
iv. .in VV V
fn"lfJ'lci !,. \ of Lawfey .
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with all members of the< i V V
V. ) V town .or 1ti.rk Bernard- LmA'l1.t61 57.5 I i '\. XEU Belt\ :6., W.V ;. V V E of Ry. v .Auitla V 1.11

It family and a number o]f UeM-rlptio ,, i' I :* B A > Th E 46'i .Ft.*
; i; 3 nt DUe 'IS Ex :10" 8'1" :, : V ,1':1 Efisio Cocamo Jr. 6.C1 V .
friends attending. His daugh- Com at S; cor tt V V V E tit Rj- Freddie -Bell s.n
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$9Ft&EfltW V V S of. SI14V. 10 6 21 4# Elek Lehoe ky. V 265.44f I V
Sec it VT : V VLawt.y
rnn 105 Ottaer's V i
I the'd.e vL. ; Lt't 27 in town.of
ter-in-law Millie made < :. in. .orijc t; wa'of : !., V V
Ft for a POB ton f :' iti.sjS6.SS 'XWl.j !". 24 & 21 40 C. Let8ch V 28.28 : S of fly J1r. 5.41i.
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Starke A. Caadvf 'J8fu'r
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and presented it to the N" 1113Ft, ,V 105 V : > 1 S.I Of' 'XE1. of. V .
of i K of WU of N'V
K-2I.S6'Ft LotM < \
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honor guest. Refreshments ; 10 FtL, Ft S iftg twPOB Ft. :K.: 24 5, 22 Lester' :! V t S' of'Elk.; 19 fix '' V V V '\\,1-4.' V !1. 7. 21 2 0 S. JL Abefnatlry : %.) I 335 or Lo.t. 31 in.
Prevail '
were served and everyone had Com at SE cor e f 17 84 JSFt .ta :til \. V IL. TlI' r ef S1V'V V town of Lawtey I B V
I Sec and mtfW.-315 V : V. i Vf' -i-.t town .0! tar J. t 1 A. Conova3o of N\''1. 'which r V 'J V V I, of UY. 1\1Jlil.'Brrr; IVII

a 'grand time. I ftforaPBrxaNi .' V l Lflt 'n'tlc 1ft Or'JJIt VV V lies X ft :Wof V V I 1 L..t in. Liftt S41fVr V

.. I4-P 'Sunday. visitor at the I 10* Ft, W 210 F;, .. V: : *3f ,; Kindly Lake
Strickland home included Mr. SIo1'Efle V '. : TrtU1fle{Bet #tn. ; on W.: tidf ot V V .* TVV 1 I Rd V D.4o Com at V "i Vat t

j _Ft lo POU: to' 1 38 I4lterPrvatt[ Sil RRA.ThJwtV l '. V Rd 200 on -S. 2'i e.. V ;. Pt on Tsid.Vf V '
and John 12.2 son .--St. 28 C 22 V V 1 i.VVVNF ; : ::Ji V
Mrs. Bill Oliver I 7 'r > V'V i V 'C. Warren et al 4.S- of Ry in SW'i of jt tingsfy Lab Rd .
I and Betty Brumbelow an-J t Lut 9 of BJk J 'Ja 'f V%j,. # Cdt *t. irvv..egr' or .. :( &flfl3 w ; : V V I where Se Li.<> .

Sunny Acres. SID Albjrta:: Tyson 2.55 'walnut A A 4kinJ i V ,V' V t is< j ift\s; su ft: V V V V crosses divdinff s. V V

Jennie, and Bobby Gurr, .al 1 Lot in. SB'. or cSt V : & run AVy21i Ft: V V V .:. 4' Ely 13; ft to Rd.xrsrftto.POB V V : V I 24 4 25. Run.5-i-! V
of Jacksonville. W U o. nia \ '. 4 V S' 110 Ft R -2l* .V ,: V 2 4',7 .:1' 1 D. L.Tlomu', n.:' Srtfl ft' to POB.TT V V'.

of R 2 ''W..1D ;jrt, .. \ Ft, X 110 prj0v I ;=.V ;i : : Coin at ,XW cor of. V V VV ',i' ;;!J:{ moltS 100 f r.K V V
Everyone is glad to know XSbyFti V" ,.? V POB 41:8;: f .22 L. ..A.Can ova 18.45 ':4e !U.i".SQ VV :. VV V to W side"of V V V

,\$ai Bill.pendarvis has improved & W }n TeQ1plfo' : "' V Lilt. 2 'cf BJ*. II ,bj&T w :rlletta -*- .,t 'i 1tLE5L. "VV V l 'VV V : Kingrsly! Lake Rd. V V V
S/bKa4CaTVjtv ;& Cos SDWV62' V H rniOIU. V V X1Oft to POB ; -
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4 discharged : # .it to. 'RHwy ; .. V
in health and was Jut U"2 Cltia Y. V I in town of Lawtey
Wlinir 8 I'S idff.'W V VV
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V tt. tots .8 ..4'4'of .V V' : V r 29.49
An I'n E of | :1tltsk
from the Macclennshwpital fliv4? tat1l; I' : '.I VrV : tin -Pk/W 3Ji.flt', V V Rr 'J : .V
Bit 14 V "
11-Mtift Sff cor 5 1 In L V VV I V .
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last Sunday. We all of,W, \g of Ulk 1 VSofR2W1fttN V & Cue SW> j.EH ; V Caniej. CoUodan-.kfde '.:3 ', 'ita FOIl 12' .32Lai C4fblttST.' .! Side of Let 15 its.Lawtey .
LOt't'fc
that he will be V. : I of 2 61 v. V r. !Irtit11.11
hope and pray 'V 1:. of .fit.
_ M 4.tf
AS .. 21tt. tf 1. : Elk 17.11 -L T 'V : ..V V: t, : of Kjia.; V j
Able to ft&y at home 'with his W- in TemVles- /) n V I' 22 a't'40n 'r aoa.. 12.7!V ? cos SID : ;' V V Ei.iolph Col i i.I 43.7$ 'Woodlawn, fc K oftfRjSdl V Lot 38 in I.a"tty Wf
or Lot ",' V eX lot Hwy .ClUfo'rf, .e11!! 51.11
EH t 1 2 r V on V, V q i '
not
family and friends and 4 V
.V -,. V tI.lIe. "' ;f''Elk 1* in LT X 6einj'2 : X V V AT uo' of WIt of
hive to return ts the h WjofBi2So' *' .. Vt : : & 'Cos SjflV V: Colemarf .*' "t.d s'n. F'.t rs.r / .131k 44iof Ry V
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Understood that Mann Pital.l' R2WVNVI 'j.: ;: V: S :'SOFt if La? 4 ( V "Vr-eide 13 S 22 5 Claude B. Barbour 69.88 in Lawtt"T'V James L Rowe 1.11

0' ; 'V Votfl2SatitJ2.W of Blk ::.lJl '1'. i : V V ; Lot 3" in .Wood- V W 1.of L.U 43 in V. ;

_i fls of Highland ia improving & SE '4 Dt'S'2 JT \; VofVRavw4 &' Cos S/D. : Frank U.. Wi'lliams V lawn', .13 | 22 10 Florence W. La.putka. 8.2S town of Lawtey V
after reeeat epenttftn and T '.f. V -: ie ::: et al 8.44 fEiw'ard' Jonef* V
his 't Lot 6of Elk U ialy. .. V Lot 54.in Woodlarca E of Ry 4.33Jo

r hopes to be able soon to be W of Bl& E'2 tf not orEt R.: 4 3 t V ( V V T. i CAS.Di L. Z. Baker' V 2.15 ex .R/W 12 5 ,2 2 10 Richard V Bennett. Jr. 8.28 Cum at SE cor fef '

and around aln. 2&5fR4w' V l\-,U.t.'t ot tot, 1, &' 1' Lot in XW. eor..of V V V RlkTun X 35b'V V

tip ai V t.'r'" S 25 Ft of Lot 1ot V' V ... V XEU -of NEof: V V for POB, run XT -V ';
Wilkinson had to Temp. Sip Ex ; V V i .. :STE. .' 501, N &0.? R &"'
Buddie
go R/W 21 2! B:. A. Lawson 14.21 IkI; iu L f ," V 'V V V V ". king 201 3/ : V
to Jacksonville Monday mornIng 1 A in XE oot. of c'V I Cos S/D '. _$1 Ida. Siiamoos ACT $.U V ft'So. 23I '23 1 Clara. Wtl,.n U.U S 5T, :to POB l V V Walker, Ji> p4I4
I :. V V Lot 5 L Blfc. U t' V gf V VV .
3 S Q ia .E'J of XWJi Ben V V
of the stomach. H : ofe: ; \ .. 'L': T- at XE cor of ,
for x-rays 3cD1, t"" !2 1&wr n e" Ccr.11rtb. S.,3Btii L & to- SID: : V Sillie.. & Joe Wi11iails, 5.14 SE V 14 V V 22 S 22El 10.Elizabeth Prince Elk .52 Lwty K ,
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It seems that some old ulcers at SW. cor -ofNJBli ,0"'V W 1'.r..ot.t..ofI V ; \- V V V V "HITU. : 6" 'Bartell. V V f.Tl .t Ry. '. 100'. "W V V

; of S'W'i i V V \ V 100'. X 10\' E 109* : V V
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become active '. .
'ire trying to VV 10 &S20' bf.W, : V :' = : -' ) 'V V "
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rita S 305 Ft Sf Itf : to Beg Daniel BrimLinfe -... T.ll
V of Lt 2 Bu.'l' VV J 1 .. SO" "ot. Let. 1 all :
again. Ft""S .Fro" V
423.3 lift ';. : V L'TCV'At
-; .Belinda Johns fell out of W.Ei 347 r Lot Ft to inf Mil rTWf V LoU 15, ft, V 14, o1 .. V :. V V V V Bik t in Lawtey V Pick 29...! LaWtfOY V MfQuije1 V ert ..t

her swing and broke the large cor 75 11 ftby V Blk :Si-i'-' L.,.T'. fi V V V. : ;.j w ofR/W; V Bernard E. l' Lot as Pose ia .- "' '' V

I 100 Ft ::*r 1 .I 22 n1 Wllh* V 11.U COS .Ut ." V I tester J. f rtractt 14.13 V Blk 13 .ex -i.of ..tLawtey. & VV .. ,. Deed k.j: Page V

bone in her forearm. It U Lots 6 &V7 *r ']131* Lots 3'& 1 oi1 BUr V V: V V V w: of RT Paul Dinkins u.., 323 in Ott* SID, V WjIia.1fCejnty V :' ( f it.i*

{ 1 in Temnles Adi 9- A. IsUW "'.: : .V ,
knitting back satisfactorily. 13 lnhi"ENO -.i V V ) SH of BJk 2j in VV Com on.\ e otSec1 V
Mrs. Fred Lang tells ua SID V Le ray 1 Lang, J l". .5,...to : 58 Ft of Lt 1 V V V La".terno .f. I;r V George F. Taaag ert V 10.88 23': 69 ft K of V V V V

Blk llvin & AV56 Ft.-ot.Xfc TsJ V, V V : Ry run B 1500 ft, ; ., 4 VV ,.:
.\4 J Lot 2 SD of Lot 13 ; V
J that her daughter, Mrs. Boot- 1t? Reno /D ".:(.. '1 .1th1e aePru.y t .I....)O in of Lot Tegiplaa:3 OfVBtVI Add! | J. A. Ball ; I ;; in Town.of Lawtey V i s par with RyWO : V

Lot 1 of 'B1K K in .. Samuel Redick 3.87Jessie ft.V W At 'VVV _
Maxville isn't ,
Ale Cannon of E of Ry V V
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X-RtaolS/D ; '! ; : 1.1' May Tyson ..,iJ Blk 3' Ex 1. Lot*i* V V right an* to Ry .4

recovering from surgery as Lot 1 of Blk 17- in ., 1\\\- cr-19Q'-'. I V I Lot? 3, 4Vi.6-.f S57.5 ft SVTJy llO -
all i NItenoD 'l' Doria HaMptOn Ui S.by: 52HT 1 .tc' V : V V j'I. Elk 18 Lawtey ft E at Rt\Vn' lea 1
well expected but hope .
iI : 37.29
as Armstead
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I I ;; ..' in Do lmD / V K.rian: D. ;Long 42.17 E of ltyV to-To im CU aft

i; he will be home again soon. Lot 3 of BIt 20 to" V V' : J V __ Lot 3 4 2ZVtB,1k :,; V V2InCityIr SH-of Lot 'i, or .Blk S par'to -RRI05 .

Vacation Bible School will X-P.eno S/D Sally. P. W1lliam. %.n '* V V ; 13 in Lawtey E :ofRR V 'VV'V : V ft. W at Rt
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Lot 4 of .Ulk '22 ta ; S/D. ft" v: .. H.: ArioldPaiil V 7.68 V V Elizaotttt'Armstead 58.67 Anyle to. RR": *40
be. held at Highland Church X-Rea& SID ., '. C z4 1.Idrtd.. 411 L6t tt of Bit 5 It* V Lot 1 ot.VhV1kj ft. y A-Long RR
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June 11-16. Reglstr4tion for Ijbt 1 of BUt 1 iaGahagan City Pirlf.'S/D E, Calf itLela 80.15 Lawtey E of Ry V Wilbur .Jtl V kins 1i.61 R .W 1582. ft ,toPOB V V V
Floyd Piekn .5. .
all students has been set for Lot S of'Bilr 3/D 1 taOahagan ; Beg at xl :eor ifSE : 1tVV', ;t- V V V Upi" XTS'J? of. Lot 13 V VV .i V V that TSx Port R'\C in Sec.Ex ; :, .

; .. of XE14' '' in town of" Lartey V r. !t.'ill
for V V 3 24 S 23 'UcU\. t, .
Jime 9. We are rafting our S/D: ETRW 1i; ;: : A.ro HoUer : :.05 W225Pt3Z Ft VV V E of JRy V XT. J. Barbtr .. : 8.33

boys and girls to come on and Lot3ofBIk'2! iuGahagan -'". '. to '?o1 Uein .t V V V Com at. SW' car .jo'f V -".." V Com at 'XE cor.N\\-t of V V VNvV1 V
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:4e't 4t' a.s .3eF$30Ftw; : lot, 13. fiun'Xlyalons :: J'. '.. a.
let's make this the best,Bible S/D \ : r 130 ,Ft X 35 VV Sec2runSto V V
Lot 10 of=Elk--.31 ia ... V Ft i. Ito W. Bdrr .r. V V !lId of L H Hill V
had v-nr POB 11 I '1. V .1Ie1 le. 8.14 : n.
School we've yet. Gahagan 8/f Ie Greit _..; Lot 15. 20 ft to J. V V V 'V
: W line of said
: COrn at XS cJ : V V V on V
Homecoming services at Com at XB .t : cot V V POD xt O. 't V V
cor SE I", of Xini & V .. ZV i land 754 ft. S IH Oft V
SE i .f XW!i ." 3. .. >. t V 1' V : ; Bdry 62.T3ft'Ely.iSaiftj W 600 fti;. K
Branch Church last Sun. un.3aD Ft, R V .
Long V ; : VV
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Sly
r run S oa S Line rA'f :V 163" "for '. .V V V ,ov vE 1000 ft, E 48* ft, V V V
POB. '
day seemed to be the most 500' to- enter V V. & V V .' Bdry pf Lot lii-= V NIT 100 ft1050'W .
Then e.S ,O } -- v :
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of Or V V V
Rd. X 7: \" ft..iW'Jr,16J VV at Ht.Anr to
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held-at leastas V
130 '
'successful ever / V Ft, 511TV ',
W84OtOPON ; ; V UO Ft 5r.j 23 < 22 L. V.'Aatlia 15.8 1l. VV V nR !0'' N /\- V V
far as the crowd was con 18'E td'15N Vt V. Com 15' tc' t V 'V : ( tey E of;:|jy.... V :Jdyci WaikerV 41.29 J.onlRR :ftlW V V

'( rned. It is estimated'that! Line.* W '18**, 8 1 1 ; ..,iIf, .. '. t V'V 'orW4 &f' I 3.4 Lot 2 in Rlk s'jtaLawtef.'JE V : V :, 1-S821 to FOB' ?- V
-' 18 W !O)'"*. t to V VCR of SIn,' 'af XE VV V A4.'V JV V r.' ) ,V : of Ry Harry Kittles, 32.34 that Pent IflSc -

between 1,200 and 1,500 peo-.$ ;:* ; 23 I 21 ,',,.., V run S 140 TV .1"f.. V V One Lot 105 It& itt 24 23-24 S 23. 21 1Uchart.enlltt' Jr. 27.80

1 jfle representing a dozen or I Rt>. S 72 173' ta "f ; 'V' S 100' t 6r P6., :V : V V \ by 274 tt fits V w SH A o'J xeu V V

more churches enjoyed this POD V. V "t 1 V *.r.4 Uteke'V i 7.33L W 119'. .*Sr 'n J;', : : V VV : in SW cor of Lot V V V V VV Of NE'4 of SW'i .. ,* ': -# .. -I i V

i E. of Bk! l's. ,': .' E 110'. J5.W |o ; :V 17 Ex S :JJ7'jft&i V V 1'1-4 of XE!* -

efentThere was some .beautiful R 2 E & Wtj of( \ .::, POB V ,- ', 'rt. 0 22 Eatd'V Griffit 7.09 Lawtey E of\Ry Joseph Gurab 7.11 of SW'i 24 5 22 13 Jehu W.. Caldwell 24.4S
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the evening VV. : Lot in SW cor .1' : V V V 1-A 210' Sq In' 8W
singing at Blk 1 S'oTRa E : r Comet t 3Xt cw of V VV V
Lo.t 4 of Blk 5f r V V .
; V19cN
& SE'i Df'Blk 1 V .a 'J.otil'lj' run X 2 1 V cor of SW 4 of '
service by the choirs of va- of H 2 B'fc-XWte X V ., : :: S by12V5'V: j ft B m ttVtbr a VV V SE 24 I5i 22 Hoyt sFafHnj ...I1V

_ xidus churches and the enitre ofBlkjSR2E Add] & W IB: GS1' ....f J..lor. Thomas iit POB then ruh X V V V XH of r- of

day was very inspiring. in !Tt'ml. s/D *J. 28 j 4 : V -V -V. Lots 2 fc 3 of. 8 1.- 448 ft E Gft 5' V NW>4 24 5 22 18Vit.Kichard.Beanett, Jr. 1.3.U
Com ggO' > B !& gy Lestlre' Kit.l 8.75 3 I; Gasiins Ad& ": E. 'jorodt: Jr.utIertrZS1 t.,t 34i. ft. VT 10 ft V V P'. ILot 1041'N& S V1IY11OE&WVIn
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r ,It seems that the Strick- X of SW cor of ,. : '. to' POB.in Liwtey V .-V.; V V -1. .
lands weren't the only ones XWJ.i of sw-4, xf \\V V V' Lot 4 of\ Blkq' E .of Ry. V Hid tatjVoIes Inc. 44.25 :\, cor of VTH of :; fv-. '*' .,t.i f- :
lo.o'. :a" fl'lU' V' V : V % V E. T6l-dl- :*.f aJ U 9 :i : NE of SW, 25 5 23 L. J. Padgett Ill
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from the -
who played- bookie W 50' to trOu / 21 22 WUlfe. L Pierce t.0- Lot 7 of Blk 3 Sutler V Slid VV Coih ,- at .SB. c c- Highland Church S u n day Com 868', E &-30.: N ; V I Crt ?/D .,-. .. diaries W. 47.35 V 18 .* n. W V i q it R/\VEx V

I There just 55 i of SW cor ftf X220 .p V V .. 'i.WI. .. Com at .SE Cj6r'of Suit for a POB V Par in KVf car .
morning. were .- 01'SW'\h! N' : V NEIl of a'ZV&V r.un'X? !i4. ft Vf, & V Due in Or- Bk
and the Junior boys forPOB.! E V ;' t V ft S 274 JW
present, runN S3OFttu : tti.f 14-3&5. S L 1885 -
this time.' 10* X 50'V t. ; Rd thenW15; VP VV 3fe t PB in town 25 i M 1, Claude MyerB lt.it
claimed the banner 100', s 50' to PO* :, V CllIIOtd ..l'.uca I \
22 U' : 4.SSfl. Ft S 830 PtE: ISlt. w. t. Torodi .I!. 31.43 ofLalvteytjf V V1ty
There were 32 in Training Com at SW cor '>f Ft to: POS ', .> C 33 '4ViV V Albert Williams 8.61 [Continued on PAge 14]
XWi! *f 3W!i : .' Tract A of westpiAeSD V ? t.
and 10 of v U
night tll
Union Sunday Taoii
run E M4 J.V.. '
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- these were in our Junior Department for Pob. E 123' on V V _Tract A:Ex or. KUl_eipinn.2Ft.. -, .. ,4 1 11-, VV;_, -_,'i..b. _"!_V:_V VV__"V_, V..._,__ _V_V 'V I __V. VV-_. VVV: _C. L_ ... -1'', "..
V : J. w. htnii! I _
the NR/WtpRdy S'D Ex E 1'Io' t 8 23 V- -w- : V
not counting .
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25. W Kf.; i ; 't. V. V XW i Of SE'. pf VV. .

leader and sponsor. Best news :.0' to POJ? -. 2! I 22 *. ..6' ;' l' : SEI & S's.- V S J", .. V I '. >

ullfour of these Juniors 't faeJ.et, c.1 ..:* Eot XEU W ., ; 3r. r;: 4 ; .. :
of Parcel desc T. It.hel., 7.61 i
in
Dfl.V. Rd 32':3 : DIRECTORY
of
V .1' BUSINESS
.j :
Paul Norman. William Bar Parcel 8S-441 .Z 22 J hIUlY Laie. Coin at SE-j jon of ::51REA

rett Joseph Starling and Mar-i 88-443 Desc 'In DB oJ.. V !.i. XE1 N 44 IHI tT V ::.( : .' .> A V :

4 cella Hardeel had been bap- $ Lot Williams 13 BUS t In Xat 22 .fiI.." '. V It.r "J4t ,;. : :.ii 56.C2 44 DGV for POB. .;1.,X: '" V ,V V..' : J1t ....... .< ,. _" -t. '.. V ,: L M. ,

Sunday afternoon We S/D- to Hwy' 'f ?, .i -V _
.tiaed ,
I Lot 21 ol Blk 2 in : crbftord Collee i.I7
Xely !

-j missed one of our boys. Robert Lot Nat Xat& Wilrlams WfUfems of *!k 1-313 SiD in '4 q To'ltorce" ;.. Dean.; 5.17 88'621.83'. E on to Rl'f SU.Utln';Vi.- 22' .. D.V, L.. ThdML,! -f$. ': 139.CSs .. AUTO"It :8, .r tf5. 4; \; f : [\UTO SALES & SERvicE i GARDEN Uts:1 !.! !&: \ : : i #u,

Ruth Lists 5 ThJ11 IB *t V

Lot Sat 10 WilliimatS/D of BIt 1 trf Wfll! Mae".61th P ijsl I.ll .53 Hayes) IkV5 S/D.i IiI t Jtt.W V. "At V. : .; HtiQ' Brake Supply. I', 'f'9' "AGD I Johnson .&. Paris, ; Jill c tf ft 6 dU
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TUE RIGHT POINT for the 11 of.Blk l.in .' ,0 'St '
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I Xat Williams SID :.,f. V & W. White of D.o.: '1'IS .BHAKE SPtKl USTS' 1ea i- SerrW .itaMillerBrown t Inc.Ccaplrte'Lin. I
in and
write. Come jfdjjEfV V 4L,1LUi:, lAWS
way you Lot 2 of "Blk\ ;: of 12.62V I V ; *. afSEEt j ,
frock
'sdect yftnr' faterlt* ESTER- Nat Wifiiams ST> :4& 1Ifte. 1klchrhon A9 1 Lot as tHso iaDB :. V :' : -1.nt1A\t." .: .: For 'Eey cfr V cr V Motor* I >9 .; PtAJCTSSt. NZW.tJSlD 1..uaJI
t Lot 'Obe t
6 of BJlrStTffct 90-116 n ios T1iiBtr&t 'GriDdlnr.' BffimWhUd'y" V I V '
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nHOOK Fountain V Greea : SVVf& tT1iriIiudieeea
Wtliiaws $/D v ; -j bn 4. ? I ; I "
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I Williams S/D :. ,i V Co1Ie I UIJ Ft' .8' u: V I V :' V J'tt : .t '."' 1" t._.', 1030 E. Dnireriity 'We Rent iitiI BesadeTi F14fl1
APPEARTo I Lot 20 of BMc 2 it : CIdtt,4 .11. POD. VVVr ; I I
NOTICE
TO l'to-F' V V V ..
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N'atTlll8.nu ; V V. t .V -' Af'I I :5&N..L Hth Et.
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REAGAX
: DELS {A. D. Dun 1 14 Ft. S39 1fl5iFti S
whose address is Senath Missouri Lot 26 of'Eft 2 in : j: Ftftto VT\ V r V '.-, J V Vltj .JI J Ij, V nt i- ; GL 96JII

I, c/o A. T. Reagan: Nat Williams SiD ... Lh" Leflnn 11.St \" of RD.-..254t AOTt1RADIATORS VIV t 0tJ t4t1Pt I I ,.
You are hereby notified that 1LotthWlo > Atonytr\ JUT '. j "
_ MACflNES i
'l :*uit for.Divorcet9.rt, t- S'u Dee in 183.4 FT.,''. 14jn V : B & G Motors Co. I SEWING .,
torn?)*s feos'and Court coats has Deed Bk :.70 PQ: V .. ', .. V to :yob f'r 82 623 V 1i. Anni. ik4, 1Ii p e 'ii R i tort HI.FI STEEEO "
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been filed against you by BARBARA sot Es.'ntwn.: . Lot in M cor 'M, V VI4ot2fi5flO' CADILLAC 8MOB1i..E1. Sewing MacJiina

T. REAGAN, Plaintiff. Sat "WiJllanuB "S/D 2! 1 22 J'bU 4 .Jil.n. ... ; .rtite' F8Si HTLLMAJT i TuneiV V

In the Circuit Court of Brad : 'IViLlIth V f 06 Sq M. loHfiJ Ji H 1U4I V is! ,. : ,: V ,. Top Co
Service
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in Chancery lea and
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ford County. Florida, 'i V / .. ,
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and you are required toe >i 01 fs1&. V .0 .- V I 'pm .at. B car 4 M : : V : 21 N. W. IIti. it. 'Ulnt I. Ut' N'" fJtria WitheOi4fl)1akM
.ivc copy of your Answer or run EL.n; U ".' 34. ., t Isc ;*1of XE.U V V *4.4ii1 Ali oa l. ''TWdu V o" in die IUUI"m .

pleading to the complaint on the Lie sso PttQrPQiL2oe .. ., V VF1 r\tn S &S.W.32.. V i i"V : V VV2e&.t9 V .tittl i Wt .dW4 4 &.1Iil n tore* c.'ee.itr I Ma." PM

Plaintiffs. atti ritS> ,IS. L. : 5', VS ';t. .8 fc trvkii i
'* Scruggs, Post Otflc4 T6x 197. SOFt, S V, ,. ''., t6.. 'POJ V ,V. ',, f V V 61"i,W. ,4p i'i1i Pilot J1trini1t brdK1ft

Gainesville. Florida, and file the 200 Pi to %V 5f cLine V V Clint v tO$'.:'l' ; : .tI.,,f .'t/ V V n-IJ-t. ,. I Fairchild Garrird

original in the office of the W- along] tt V '/ ;" E1yVDdrtfltd ; : DODoELA.VIm :115 'it: u! A., r.aN' .
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Clerk of the Circuit Court at | f 1etct 5 V2 .,
J tarke. Florida, on, or before, roB 'L t2 5 2i Levy 'n'l' ejW6O' '. 01" .. ,E. & a ', l J. A: V tV, .' -.SIMCASalae ; 4, ;aVVVV .0 V.3.l fl V: I.
A.D. 19SJ; ': as f : V : V VVetVVat AllmIAis'V. SERVICEPLTMOirrH Part 8eniu I 'I
the 4th day of June. (fN i.75..t V' iS I' son, : : L I I I' H.flOOFIG
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of : -,
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: USED CAR TOO f.
: ci 335'f LADIES V
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tftd Complaint vfll be taken as V V 'V : ; 1\E .r1'. Pot. V V V : .d4tILD *
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confessed by 1'.1 .0-" V : :V V Poole-GabJe Mot V.- I
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Dated this 1 day of May, AD. nu\- S' )l. V L" V Co.;

-i 1S62. ,: "V -l. V. :: JkSuftpiy. '. .' Ceo, : 2 U 6 uu:. X, '. : 11 I. !2 : .iteQ. '!:t r $'4->5City:6f .I h". .s.tes .'. P 119 S. S. lt. AT!. .GU.flUe CbeJt ., :, C noohiioMItiJJN1nV

CHARLES A. DARBY. Btg. SPOS.. of 3CE ',' ., to. 't" aamem11e'. ifaJ'i t
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Clerk of the Circuit Cour Cor ofno r 4 :-, : ."..,J''. .V V VVV' .:: V utRi tD bs.T. p. "' A4i"a 'Li4ia j: rAL'
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Bradford County. Florida O1dLa4eyRd:& : i'i i .:.'F-i. :. V V ,CokctOrV: V VV V .- { j : 1mtG.

By: Marian! U Crosby Liaraar ". V :: .:: -:. \ V .. : .st&rkeTIerdi ;V HaweiPowcrii. V Daau: 8co.ftli; :
A Deputy Clerk. n 50', 't.'ii10t. V :. ,: : : .'..' : ,.to : .V V : : : 't'--f lIlY:11: U. :. i.. I! V V CONcilm No Job 'cat4EProoM.u

1 5-1 4t 5-2 50' to POB '. V.:! tehra Curry. 26.75 V. *t C ... PRODUCTS AOOd I F r- .. iJiG1eetm.V. .

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Cons at SW borof VLflICE 0 V
I 108 W. t1 \ ".Z.1II1'

S.wft 200' *ffir POB-.i 50' E.: :::V ; Notice;is"hJrt'r.riw tiu.t ;M tJ ;m lay .kat' 1SS2t91" ..: J \ d i..HU I II [,r-- V _V. ,r, I. -,
i"I 'iorl8L. tkx ,
i at Starke. of 3i .Ltord. I state.or ? ffr MOVER
SO" X 1o'V THAT AlL.YQUR :
SOT1CE OF APPLICATIONFUK I 'Cf\UJ.ty. 204 N. GaiawvilltCMd V&V
I I 1OO'tntObe- tlTicates a/Wi the lolloxmr d* cribed land to paT Xftia ( VACUUM lCLEANBRStl.
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TAX DEED S opposit* *ht tame totetheradvtrtiling. V : u, CONCZETff, fSODCCTS'AK '.' _
the ** I s. .. .
2! ONie Edwards 5.32 amount: ufottaus\ y'" -" -
St. ti <
lug oa Tjunaf I
Sfc. 1V4.1*. P.S; all CMV 112 S.1Wa i it Gainesville
GIVEN Corn .XW *ooi" 'of I 'ith.a1X.cust. of aacla. sa..an4 4 .- THE'ESgrRlOUEdwards -.
NOTICE U HEREBY 'I V j>V .lit'! .11M' 'iwn OrV.r'
itoat John A, Torofla the holderof V SAVH of SW'4 .f r. 4, I flieiIpf1't' : : "J t I.. Tn.. .- J ,V- t V V V 1m
: ? ,n t.UMOOU. BuildingSupply
the following certificates has l SW'ninE4'S la.4 .JL A Owmex ail C4.t. Mayflower If It Pi.edsftpei1't

filed said certificate for a tax i I 110' f rPOB' V. Beg 29SS1 B Of-Xt 0" .; V '; .. of :! Inc. I io t It Tb Eitlre"If"JW
cent S 'h% E !< yCOQT
The _
deed to be issued thereon. V V co. of XW'i off -f if ,
certificate numbers and year I Io X 55 tT li. "'to. ." "XW' V V : L'T' Mktma WCAL 1i4) toNG '&4J'IO'V&<
t, "WJS20" V .
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roB' $ 2! Clinton Royal 5.05t .L ESS25' .
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of V V g. ,
description lOin.r.E aGa.1nemUe.
issuance the
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( E.ttb', X325 4 BlSTANCS MOVING Aatherirfd! Kirt VDisUt4t
the property aid tbe nalues ol_ "* ". t.3.Joe Moody .. 1.24 I
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I in which it was assessed are as Lot 5 of Btk 2 ia \ > S = : P4 ; I Ii VV7V.CVV.;
Afl XE
Bradford Hfts XE" .of i j"X .
Allows: SID Ef'S 110' Jacqueline A. Poorer '.:3 of Rd.n''l1'Uf. ;.i 'J,. S. J i4 t1i.H 'IralU' "lI 1JHd i Gslest1eV r-n'l.au V 741rDy, VV 1" <

Certificate Xo. 4t; Tear of. Isisuance EH ofVt i'-'i 4A. Jp S. cor'd Vi V tW,I V Sles4orviceft

1W9. i SE i "of lttt. Et V XW' li 4 .' "' VI ", V VV SriPPLI I 6"
Description of Property: X 105 'Ft V.W U 4 I* Margaret nay Colley 29.31 :l."E .... ; 'f' tit. ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSIC .. G i&YiItri
Property bnd. as foil: on N. 103 V .. V I Wlb11t
40 Ft of X X S 4K1I1'. BerkleyENGfJBH -- -r' -4 n .
by Bit UV by Church St. Ft of KH' of XW\i "f ., V -. :fV..NVw 1'- 23 .1',11 44 Carl L.!iw." *, ii.u ,P4et rsN. I ''71l1'
S by Blk 15 & E by Water of SE XK'i 3t We Bittli 15.T7 '-- ILillian's.MtiSi V
fJo .Rojers.* Lat -4 *f blk 3Z..iB StoreMGLM1n :
St. in Orig Town of Starko I ., to. -. \ V .11 .1.! Electric MotorRepairCO. ; V-1 r
to-n of.Xew ., .
in whkh assessed W. B. V
.Naule :
W SOFt of X It 5.Ft V' WELDINGp
RiverV ; 3-24 It J..1I18 >2evenaat ..t.ll
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Sc welL of E\i at XW\i V V ,' s t-t.- I I A
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All of said property belnk in of SEttoft X 325'V of '-1" H ofrrr"t' Cran Mato co.tsM1guA i *
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the County of Bradford. State Ex V Aft Ft- 2 I' 21 Alice Hunter USE \ 1JaicJa Ii. V n Umversal 'Velding4mtP

of Florida.UnWtt of.SBf' '.f E of Stiki: SSS, I 72$ .i Hearr r Paryisl 1.11 ,'I SBJQLITERC4HJE- 1f1NtIB.
V "h.r -F .
V G1IKZ5YSJJ5 IKC.COUPLSTE
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such rertif icata er certificates -"V XE i EtW ': lJ.VW. L$tsf 7 ? S 3 II of ro V V :

shall be redeemed ac- ir t26j4, 2! Mri. T. TBApWnt U.J5 B1kZWaid.-, t V %... V S V : ;, \ *, r "
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_ ooKdinfr te law. the property described WU of SE'i -of V City t tf .': < J tfl Aubtjy.G. Hazea. V VTiO'I .CEDE8 "4LU TOLVO BLBCmUC PIANOS p LL.'QJUtUIi e EJDJaUSM Steei F&kr1.u. .

In such certificate or SE'4 of. ,XEUEx f. ? If s". "of V V CoI\ VV V Authorized 84lM il Service I MOTOR I i caoao oia.i'. ;
certificates will' be sold to the W Tt & V'V: \v *.Tin X1TUT It :3 VV -410.fl7&; -1t.r3, Track

t.f&hut' bidder &t the court Ex E SO Ft '21 lt Edna B.'-MilL I.U V "C ip1et* SNl4Ie 'fet MM BALKS AND SVIC2Hflzbutir Guitars ,Driaui gV0dt.
of XW!, ,011 of Ed It 7 ,20 10 GretAtr Xichelis et al 23.31 I Ih..c I' !trailers
door .
the first MondayIn
house on BIk A Est lbf'Ij .
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Month of June, 1SSJ whichis S Sid, B.ina 22> '9'I .1 "r V. > V That poitiott': .it ..V. ..,, 'f, ef P1cLtLDSIGN
the 4th day of June 152. I. NE1 otbEi1 i "-1 t. '- Uf I. Unhreraty* 11.dthnE 6
Ft Ex W by i,7 !* 11. V :JTew LO2n M2V ) tri' o_. w INI Wa
Dated this t 4y .f May, 1S6!. FtNSonW; ". of M 1}* :. 15 t.1 U'tretetar Xickolia .20 V '

CHARLES A, DARBY, Side by Sf." Ft X 'ff eta lot' 434)) SQ 1* '- '. t T !! nt. 2-4111 flV$3l$ mt.un 511 *. Mala'V G&iBuvilll

Clerk. of CIr uJt Conrt of &SonWSid.ln 'w r.of .Wii *tte -t'* '4h. .t jj !: IV ..we 8. U 112 s. z. M.. .Gl1II9mI : .. .Tht.7U J

Bra ford. ConiT.1.p'lorl4". Blandin S/D V.V firtinia V. Saith. n.13 V of X'i of $.1i 154.ft i.Zt ** v*-. 4-j. 4If s. 'tnt p *i 1A._ *"' '.n' .Qi'_ t.u Vt > "

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.f laid A Ow er, T ail Csts laid A .wser sad Gets .f land at ..OWJIn .. V. .:. .... Ga.SENEY. : .
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N 45 ft of lot 1 A
of SW
Deseiiptisaf Au.*at si Tate :
Lots 3 of Blk EiD
S 23 ft of Lot Zof
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SWK of
laad A .wierWHli M* CSStS N Reno S/D Sally P. wirnw sUf'
Blk 47 in L T SWfe A SE K of -

Lot Let 4 of :Blk 22 in i .*.?-. J" ;2 A COB SID Ida Simmons Act M.S7 SW* A: SWK Of '

By Shirley GreeD Bk al U-SSS Due I. Or 28 N-Reno S/D Cora Lee.Aldridr 17.91 Lots 2 of Blk 42 ia SEU A SEK- of ..
t 22 L. Lee, Jr 48.71
I Lot 5' of Blk 23 .iaNReno L T A Cos S/D Sallie\ A Joe Williams 14.52 SEK Ex 9.i6A in c
AAAA.A..A.; Beg at NW cor ofSWK SE A that
& S/D Saul HaakVraea S.61. w 4.of Lot 1 of Blk cor : -
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SWK of Port of t. '
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&hool 1 NWK run S 100' Lot 1 of Blk 1 10&S20'ofW% E of 240.94 David TT. Jackson 2S8.4V
Registration ... Pkkcis Rd 14-15 7 22
.. of Lot 2 Blk
for POB, E 75, Sio Gaharan S/D Floyd. 5.61 10 ,
Registration Day for parentsof : :t Lot 3, 4 of Blk 1 in m L T A: Cos Add Farmer's Supply 86.80 Com at Int of W

children who plan to enter :08 toWpOB6' N2S i 22 Andrew Jackson 47.71 Gahagan S/D Ex : 't ..: Lot 11 of Blk 16 ia R/W A S Line of Strd of NW 100 '
1 R/W ; Rosa Le* Thoaas li.si L T A Cos Add Bill :KUade* 67.98
fa ) of NE N
school for the first time ? K run
this ff-Sr
Lot 8 of Blk 1 in \ Lots 13 A 14 of Blk .
25 i 22S Joe Louis Dean !5.7. 355' for POB Cont '
fall will be held at Brooker I All SE% 4f SEIi Gahagan S/D Ex., .r : 24 in L T -A Cos. N on Rd 100', W .. "

School on Thursday, May 24, NW E I: of Ry .l.SWK 22 1 Ethel Tucker In R/W AarVa k Uey .i.ii Add d ? Lestr' J. PreTatt 89.51 Par Sec Line 300 .'
Lot 10 of Blk S in *..: i .: -, <, W 56 ft of Lot 8 A T SEly & Par to Rd ,
from 1 Of Ir
to 3 Eve of .
p. m. Parents are SEll Ex 1. Gahagan SID Willis Green S.ll W 51 ft of NH of 100', E 300' to .
asked to bring children's birthcenificateL' A to2 Lot 9 of Blk 19 ia POB 15 7 22 1 Marshall P. 1'1.7* q.14
SE .
coy t I 29s Com of : .
> Robert White 7.i' at NE cor ;.r : Temples AddLots' "
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A. BaJ7 Com SW
.. .. at cor of
Bee SEK of
30 NWK
E of SWcor run : ; .
of NEK of S on E line 500'to .::: 3 A 22 of BIt. SEK of SEta N
Mrs. Louise Coggin Miss SEK of SEK. K center of Gr ,. 2 in City Park &D .a B. Ara e U "'. 28.98 378' E 214' to

Iris Brown,, and Clark Simpson ", Rd, N 72 der. W : '-fi ; :Beg at NE.cor of POB N 75', E 100'* ,
IV.
t5o0B7r S 75' W 100 to
of 21 ti Wilbur Stroni -84 840' to POB. N ., 6EK of NEK run '
Jacksonville visited E% 11 d g. E 2sy to ; W 335 ft S 3.30 ft POB 19 7 24 Virginia Bradley' 741
o 8W1e of
Mrs. H. O. Brown Sunday. SEy ZI i 23 21 LeroyRwlersoa 16.79 N. line, W 180', 'ot. \ ., to POB then E 130 Com at NW cor of
Mr. and S 18 deg W 200 'tto.. "" ,..?'-1-' ft S 50 ft W 138 SWK i of SEA &
Mrs. Sam Smith That portion of W to Gr. Rd. S 72der. ft N 50 ft to POB 29Com 6 21L.t& Baekleo 17.12 run E 185 ft for

visited Mr. and Mrs. Walt 3of N H of 173' to-POB 22 I 22 1 :,:fred. Ricks, ."' 11.11 at NE cor of POB then S 300
SWK> of
Barber in SWKGM Com 860 E A 30' N SEU of NEK A ft. E 109 ft. N
Newberry and Mrs. which lies S *: E of SW cor of NW' .. run .W 350 ft S 300 ft, W to_POB 20 7 22 1 Jess Aleztadcr. Mt It.H
of Co .
Mary Smith of Alachua Gen- 21 S 22 6 Jessie Ma. Hmpt K of SWK, N .. ', 165 ft for a POB. W 462 ft of E 858 '

eral Hospital in Gainesville est. lUS 104, E 50', S 100', e*, .'''- thenee S SO tt, ft of SH of SWK .
Beg 170 W of SE W 50' to POB 23. ti Willi "L.' Pierce Ml 150 ft N 50 ft, E'I'I of SEK 20 7 22 7 Genera Ktaatdy Netris '.h

Sunday. cor 100'Lot NE 38, 100'run NW Com 866', E A 30' N .. ... ._. .:.. '.I '_*" 150 ft to roB 29 I SI L. M. Gatlta 'ne 89.29 SWK of NEK 21 7 23 40 Dorothy. Street 41M
Mrs. Mary Willis of Bell] SE of NW -. Com 15' W of
100', SW 100' to of SW cor 1. s* : NE 12 A in SE cor of
Visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bet K of SWK, N coi W% of KEX NEK of NWK &
31
S 22 Edward Browm 7.11 220' for POB, E of SEof NE>4 ,
...".. NH of SEK of -
Sullivan? and family Sunday Lots& 46, 81, 52, 61 100', N 50', W 100', ': .;.s .;, Run S 140', W zl NWK Z1.7 u S2 Okl\ T. .flicks fill

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- Lote 62 53 A: EH of 8, 50' to POB 22 22 ; Cffford'Pares 7.11 103', S 100' for t1POB. 1 Triangular Lot ,' "

_more of Ocala were weekend Woodlawn cfO in jl 5 22 Parcel Disc in DB S.ll 100',. E W 110'110', N 8 ,,Se ... Desc DB 88-245 29 'l n Roy .rmN J.lia1 11."
50 Ormond V. Bonifay S2.IS 88-441 22 1 22 johnny' 'Ik** .1" Edward Oriffis 13.11

guests of Mr. and. Mrs. A. I* Beg parcel Desc in DB "f ,. A. Lot in SW cor of Lot *' Lots N%4 of All S/D of
at NW NEK of
cor of
4 '
of Blk
Green: NH of Lot 5 run 88-443 22 6 22 Palter Wilt .A 1.50, NASBy125 5 100'' B NWK Ex Rd tt.7 I I Clenoa AlexaateC 1IM

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Mr.. and Mrs. Curtis Melvinof SEly 158 to POB, ..;&&%} Bet at Tom Hall St f' cW in Gaakia All SWK of NWK -
SWly 70', SEly in Nat WilliamsSD Add N of Ry Ex R/W

Tampa were weekend guestsof 100 NEly 100'. run E on . 100' to POB. It. 22 : James W. Thomas 11.16 & Ex E 858 in

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin NWly 100\ SWly Cooper GR 200', S Lots 5 &; I of Blk City of Hampton 29 7 22"4 Wiley WiDJ* soa 4ttIM
30' to POB Peterson St
32 E 22 Robert A. Carltea ..1 to All SWK of NWK .
1
'and B in .
family. Pinehurst .
NK of NEK of NW 100', then on Pet N of Ry Ex R/W .:.. .

Miss Jackie Parrish of Jacksonville K A: EH of NEK erson St W 100*, IJD1e'' x.u ..1\ S/D / I Nann! Grahi Ex W 462' 29 7 22 IS Wilty Vfllliuawa
N 100' to POB 22 $2- TomA Sailers 17.7
of NW}, of NWK S3 i That Port of SH
was the weekend 22 21 Darrin O. Btrbsr, .
Elk 2 NatWilliams I
Jr. *t al ...,.'1t Lot IS 18.181S.1S Tract A of Westplns of EH of E% of :
Collet
guest of her parents, Mr. and W% of SW>4 t SB S/D Clifford NEK of NEK
SID.Ex E 10 .
Mrs. Lee Parrish. K of SWK 2 I Lot 11 Blk 2 Nat .It -3 IS. ta J. W. Thomas b S.... that lies E of St
22 Ut Harry Quo Williams S/D Horace Dana Com at SE. cor of Rd 325 A Being8otLandofCL
Bill Hinton of Metairie La. Com at NE cor of. NEK. N 44 DO .
SEK of SW! lua'i Lott of Blk 1 ia W ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl run W 302, for Nat Williams S/D Ruth Jfa 'PeasalaU 6.11 N 44 56.12 DGW for 671.99'roB,, ,.... May S* 7 22 Kr..a.. fid 17p

Green and Cherie Hinton'Thursday POB, S 240'. Lot 16 of Bly 1 ia to Hwy R/W, 1 Lot 52H ft Sin
160', N 240', W'I' Nat Williams Sd Willis Webb Si.lS NEly on R/W SE cor of Blk 9 .
and Friday. 160' to POB 'I 272.88': Wrights Add SO 7 11 Dewitt irBliuu ISM
B
72.SS Lot 11'of Blk 1 ia .0111 I S1L5', .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crutch-- SE% of N EK E of Nat Williams SD ; S. If. Wait aUILot S 11.15 to Beg S2 t 13 D. L. Thomas. Sf 5.11 Com on N side of "

field and Butch Mr. and Mrs. RR&SE: %, Eof 1 2 of Blk 2 of Lots S thru 1of .4 .. GS&E FRyon f -. ,
RR I Side of SEK of rIF
Wilbur Barry and Mrs. Alan Com at NW 8 4 Z2.. 131 Harry Greta .:.1 f : Nat Williams SID t., Irene RichariioaJoha 11.06 Blk Hayes 51eEW S/D A EH .. NKK A run N ... ._. ..
cor of
Land and children all of SE<4 of Lot 6 of Blk 2 Nat of Magnolia 362 ft Wly ISO ',
of SWK Williams SID .. A. Camnttnp It." St ft to Rd, Sly '

Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. 200 run, E S 650 ft to Rd .s 'Lot 16 of Blk 2 Nat Coin Adj Ex R/W f D.. L. Thomas. 'i 29.38 Along Rd 310 ft
WEly along ;< S/D e 1. Clifford Coffee SL44 at SE eor of # to Ry, Along N
Williams :
Jimmy Crosby and of Rd 345
Starke were Sunday guests son of Cont S It along to POB Rd, / Lot 20 of Blk :2 I ia '-t., : I' .run.SEK N of 699.22 SWK fL-r A r .. Side of Ry 289 ft SO 7 22 1 WD" -y.irilHa. : .s.. tt.M

.
417 ft W 293 ft. Nat Williams SD ; Horae D aa JS.28 W 329 ft for SW!; of SEK Ex '
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd N 439 l .. a 5 A in SW cor &
Berry. ft I
E 331 !"' .
r Lot 26 of Blk 2 in : POB run S 345 ft, ;
Mr. and ft to POB ..t, Levy Leaaoa 81.44 W 335 ft' Ex 1 A in NE cor .
Mrs. Marshall Mott a Williams SD to
i 22 i Joseph H. Nat Rd. .
Guastr &Ei7AinSEcor : .
.
E% 227.40S4.62 4 : .
of
and children of Lakeland were WH of SW 1 Lot in NW% of Nly 430 ft, E 132 A Ex Ry Ex ', ':' '

K of SWKSWU t 22 10 Jordan L. SW 14 as Dose in ,. ft to POB 32 1' II' 2 Mrs Elicit 'C&UTa Iii M 224' W of Co i .4e .
weekend guests of Mr. and BraatleyTTilll : .r'*
of SE'of Deed Bk 70 Pr ,. Beg at SE cor. of ., Rd 35 7 22 27 J.; A. cun'" S1.4S
Mrs N. C. Mott. SEKNEK S 1 301 Ex R/W in : 1'A Sq in SW cor Lot 22 .
of 22 1* Mae Johns 29.43 Nat Williams SID 22 I 22' Joha Aaii Wm1a. 7.11 of E% of NWI{ .. on Lakeview .
NEK E of
of Crystal Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williamsand .
St Rd of of SE%. N 150' to
Kirk and Mr. 16 7 I 22 2 Leo T Beg at SW cor ... ,. POB, W 210' N Homesites Jack. C. :BJouat 11R. ,"
and Mrs. WK of SuUiYaa b.6 1 NW 4 of SWK A: .
NWK Lots
70
of A ?Eon Pin
10', E 210' S 00'fo
Wilson Green and daughtersof NWK E of run E along K ;111! r
St Rd .', "..j. POB on Crystal Lake .1.'.
16 Sec line 560 ft .--4 O: ; "i'l: 32 t 13. southern States -

Jacksonville were Sunday Com at 4 'n I Leo T. Saliva 90.76 for POB, N 200 ft, .. ,' .. Coast 0.rp. ".71 Homesites I D, Atte4'fug. S li.N
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave EH of SW cor of I A E 50 ft, S 200 ft t> ; % A in SB: cor of Lot 35 on Oak of ?+ _
WH? of to K line W f 1 Sq a in SW
I cor omesiteaIake
Green. SE 105',. of SEX. E I along vet Sec line .. ', -' .\';."... of EH of NWK H f Albert G. Cuff .....

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed 420', E for 105'FOB S !420'N / I 50 ft to POB U' 122. Levy L .',n.t,. t.11 of BK 32 6 H Ttoroai QilHt "* 7.79 Lot 44 on Oak of .".; .

wards and daughter of Jacksonville to S Bdry of See I Beg 300 ft E of NE : IK A lYing N A W ,. I Crystal Lake '
,
w IDS' to POB j cor of rut of Old + : .. of Hwy III Bud Homesites r a.\ert I. ; Pt.l 14IS
visited Mrs. Lottie 'UIN% E 9 I 22 Lulu Belle Terrell, 12.51 Lawtey A Lamar 'i' S-by Chambers Wby Lots 5. A: 55 on fir i .
Edwards of RR 11 1 22\60, St N 100 ft E 50 .. > Mack N by lies Oak of Crystal
Sunday.Mr. .
Com 50 E of Cr of Harry NGr.ea 41.64 ft S 100 ft Wit' .. ... Caslin, E Lake HomesitesLot'
.. by Hwy 32 I %i' .04
aUaa
Jess) Ctre a Bt'w* 7.11 ; T.p *
and Mrs. Ronald Regis fit Rd A 1ltegenl'-Carrr'; ... n.7'1 ; .
Cr : 25's of ft to POB t 2 t tt .. Com at NE cor of 62 OA Oak of '

ter and son of Jacksonville' E 1000'of Co Rd Run Com at SW cor of J .. h '; NWK of SEK run ." "J Crystal Lake ,

were weekend guests of Mr. Co Rd to on a S Pt R/W.i 100' .i..J SWK N 500', E :. W 420 ft, S 315 ft :. .,, Lin c pb.p. ..It
W of Sal I 200' for POB, E .'I ",' : for POB, W 54 ft Lot 40 on Cypress of .# .
.And Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and Par to RR RR, s !I 50", N 100', W S lay ft, B 39 ft ,r Crystal Lake ."'; '. "
6H.2" i" sos ioo' to POB : to w' R/W of Rd -
.
family. for POB, Cont S- P l being on Lamar 200, N along W i S Homesites r rr,. R. PetteeST 184
''Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and 216.74. N 68 der 1t'.H( Lot 39 A 41 on '
v W 210'. N Par n St 22 I l>K Of tU ftirari* R/W 163.4 ft. W Cypress of .
to Crystal _,
sons and Mr. and Mrs N. C. RR 21i. 4', 61 ''r Com NW cor of SW ;. .. ; :. 116 ft to POB 22 I >A Aane Hits. "*' 9.11Hattie Lake Homo* If?

Mott visited Mrs. Brook Ferryman I d 'g. S 210' to t? H of SW K 67.5'"t.of 'f.. ..' .* Lot 1 of Blk 3 ia sites Beajamia SvajovDaTid UiS

Beg H /E { 1 Samuel A. Strew 1.! SW K run E Lincoln 'City .Starts. 7.14 Lot 42 on Cypress .+j'. .. .
7
and Mr. and Mrs. C. NH of S 110' for POB Lot 2 of Bit 3 ia of .,..
NWK 11' 22 \ It Harry N. Grtea Cont S 55' B 198' ; Crystal Lake
S5.89 : :
,
H. Layf ield in Gainesville Sun 8',. of SW'4 of SW N 55', W 19|* to : :',..1J. ...'.. : .. Lincoln City Irene Elersoa of &1 7.t! Homesites ', Webster I S4
.
tf of NEK & S% I POB 22 I IS, Cua4ti ...,"." 1.11BeJ' Lincoln BJk 5 ia Lot 43 on C'Ypreu. P-

day.Mr. of SE!4 of SEK at SE cor of .... .. City ; Alberta Collins 6.61 of Crystal Lake ..:' '. .. :
and Mrs. Calvin De- of Lots r* '. Homesites -
>
NWK S
u' Z. of Bite I r" sirs.
15' 22 ill Wesley .. 14..,. ..:1 SW K of NEKSWK 1. ; : Easa:. **rks MiS
Graff of High Springs visited E 139.5' of W 409.5 '. run N -' :: ( .. '. in Lincoln City 22"f 'attte Starkei. 7.t4 N 100 ft of S 525 ft
,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin of SH of SWK of 159.87. W 183.75% -(' .' 'I' ,;'. Lot 7 of Blk T ia I of that Port of
NW 1. s of Co Gr .: S 161.15', E 179.5' '.: '. t. Lincoln City JOBS :Bellamy 43.. !2 NEK of NWK W .

Sunday. Rd IS I 22 |'J Job J). D1L to POB 22 I 3C'.; '. L. laifayat 9tit .. U'Z EH of Lot S of Bit of Rd 11 021 Elizabeth: J. Laaataa: ll.M:

Mr. and Mrs. Schley De- Com at NW cor of .: c .1'au. Com at NB cor of .. S in Lincoln City Julius Chandler 111.61 Com at lot of E .

Loach of Jacksonville, and SWK of NWK SH of SWK of :<: '':; ,. Lot's of Blk 10 ia line of NWK of
run W 259.61' POB NEK of SWK .' ', .1 Lincoln .... NWK St N line .
Mr. a jd Mrs. J. D. Douglasof S 693.56' to Gr .'. run, *W 867', S : City fiarta Grtffia S61Ires of St Rd, W on :

Lake Butler visited Mrs. Rd W on Rd / ; 162.4' for POB : ., .' ; ".c '....:- .. Lots:of Blk 1, '4,13 5,in 7 Lincoln ft S Rd 100'. N 300', .
182.39' W
S 657.81 to .. S 162.45, W 100' S SOO' .
W. T. Blair last Sunday. Wly Bdry of RR 179', N 162.45', B City :JT..' Efersoa *t *i t.IU E 100' to POB 11' LZEinar C. tower 1I.1t
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory N on RR 1428.80', .; 17S.5 POB 82 | U I4YfH&u .m '- U'lAll Lots S, 8 of Blk if... Lot 10 of Lake :

W 623.01' to POB 15 4 22'i! | RUin SH of SE'' in'Lincoln City Mary Mnoford 14.it Bedford Shores Lnfhey J. HJpJ.l,
and sons of Palatka were visiting J. MM] it.If 114.1.
2 A in NW Lot In NE ot .
cor of of SWK N of GR cor r J. Lot 12 of Lake "'
Mrs. Eva Harrell over SWK of NWK of Rd Ex W 185' ,. f M C..' Lot1 2 Blk S 110' .,e Bedford Shores .
> 1HoUlsOetrat /,3 1 6 Robert B. Ara M.4ICorre
NE1i +t F f. the weekend.Mr. U I 22 14 Hues B. Taomto 14.12 lID Lots 4 A: 5 of Blk Y
All EH of SEK of .. .. .1.: James O. I oDasht 0,$1 C A: 1/20th Ittt la ."
and Mrs. RaymondCrews Beg at SW : : ; Cornat NK of." ,
coy of SWIiW5Aoftbt S of Rd & eor Tract E la Bedford V

and grandson, Mike of SEA of NWK N t '. .. :' NW% of NEK r Oak ;!&:? Atria 1tIn.Pd
486 to POB runSV.. W i
N eA portion of the SW \ .
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mattie 174', E 165' T3,57 W .r Lot 5 of Blk D ft STf
to W K -of the SB* .j I 7ILLS' 1/SOth .
Barry Sunday. R/W Gr Rd Son S of Rd 24 I U IS BetT C. >2.ea 47. to POD trr Tract E Int of Bedford ia ..,' ,;

Mrs. Lula Bennett of Gainesville Rd 165' R/W to 174', W Lot 5 of Blk 2 ia '. Coat W 4W to Oaks S/D f Staldsr ft WiadUa .*
POB 1'1' 22 James Uadlsoa ,. :: Ely Bdry of St ..U
Bradford Hjti
is visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. SH of NEK of NE S* eney, jr. i.tl SID Ex S lit IaS4..u.... ... w..r N.t' Rd 100, N 14 dec Lots Ht.4, 5 of Blr B- f .
K W 400' on R4 E Pleasant BID 7 Gorr R. Bokaaaaa I7tfMil,
.
R. Mott and sons this week S 7 t II : EH of NW% of 1 500.31' sPoe.it I Lot 9 .
of 22 .71 of
IS SEK of. SW xIris. KellyMinnie ,11.11 of NEE Ex I X-CfJ'J..; w 147 BIt E- '
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green !U of SEK Com at NW 1ft. Pleasant SID'r
NWK 17. 22 N 105 ft 24 I SI S Harrartt RsT Collh tLf4 ; cor of .. Arch! VcCalloua .
and daughters visited Mr. and W 1/3 of NWK of SUs Lou Deso 1152 NEK of NW K .. Tract 10-<3art. Voll- 'I
W 90 ft of N 105 .
8 420
run E 215'for
NEK .. kopf SID
Mrs. P. M. Vickery and family -- 2A: II 22 Roosevelt ft of EH of NW ;.. "-r4t POB, run S James Z. Las 1M....
in Tysoa 23.
NE
cor of EH '. K' of SEK of NB 320', E 180 6 ,
,
in Gainesville Friday night. of NEK n.n COM at NW cor of r*.
of SEK :' ; K Ex W.. 40 ft ZJ' M asks .nter. i20', W 101to .
Mr.,and Mrs. J. W. Sullivanof 210ftE&WDy: SEK of SIS POB S3 2 rs "r .! NEK, E yif, S tr '
410ftN&S ; E% of I TlrrU Morrisoa i ? 42J.W for POB V .
Gainesville visited Mr. and: : IS 122 t J2 K of NEK Ex W .. at SE of ': Cont S ''
Com at SW cor of William Tyson Jr. La7 1A Ziib 4 Mrs. R. 'T. TmpkiM 40.ZCorn cor 75.15. E: ,. .'
I NEU run W' 210' iU' to lAke .t
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan Sunday. RR -' 'NWu.. .
-- -- of -SEVt of SB to POB Cont W NWIy Lake
run 295.1 W34 ; ; on .
Kenneth Parrish of Jack- N 210', E for FOB 3i of NE>4 Ex W 234', N 210', E 10S.5, W 567' to :

sonville is spending his vaca- 210', W 210', S UftIExJt.: 234'. S %10' to POB 24 U Bills B.I c..r ll.tl
POB 2lf to ft 14 C 13 4 Edaa<< B. kill 1S.S4 POB Ex R/W 14 I 12 T2Trtt W. aTedUa n." Com at SE cor of .
tion with his parents Mr. and: .
is
S 2/3 of c 22 II Ernest Williams ... 1.17 W Cl ft of SE* of Beg at NE: cor of liB%. ft run W "i
Mrs. Lee Parrish.Mr. NWE! SWtf of. SEX Of NE* 3t t S* 1 Percy tatilxaa 81.71V NWK of NWK A: 6Z3.5', then NWly ':" .

and Mrs. John Evans of W 220 11 I 23 : 127 Leroy DeBt 1S.9S Blk A Ex 1 Lot on run S 361.5 W ''' 164,5* for 'f'OBt. 1'i' i ..
ft of NEK S Side, being 220 361.5' N S61.5', S then Nly 1185' to w '.

Haines City were- Sunday night of SWKEH is i 22 t 7 Dorothy Je&ai Ea.U 11.19 ft Ex W by 35.7 r 881.5 to POB It. 22 24 jAcqvtliao A. sfoorer 91.21 N line of S% of ...

dinner guests of Mrs. Mattie of NEK of SB ftN &S oa W", p" Beg at NE cor of NEK, Ely 55' 8 .,
U Ex JA in NE side by 84.7 ft > A 5-Atract Being 1267, Nly 103' to

.Barry. cor 11 23 US Ernest N A: S on E side! f in SE cor of NE POB 24 I II 'Olift.ot. ;Wariea 49.S4
Mothers honored at the Com at SE cor of Dell 17.19lilt in Blandlnr SID ,I'. "" Vitrta\a ,W r...rtk ....U K of SEK* N Com at SE cor of. ,

Sunday morning service at the Sec and run W 105 r. Lots 5 A 7 of Blk r 100. W 100'. S NEK run W .
ft for a POB run J 13 in Orir 100', E 104' to Beg 24 I n. U. H A Charlotte JoaN 7.61 523.5', NWly 164.5 ;:;. ,

Baptist Church were: Mrs. N 105 ft, W 105 t of Starke Town'i. Com at Int of Nly 1 for POB, N 1185', '

Alice Edwards, oldest; Mrs. ft, S 105 ft. E 105' K: 46H ft of lots I, f :Bdry of Gr Rd A Wly on N' Lint .
ft to POB 55', Sly 1100'. :_ 1',
!I Wly of 1
Bdry
6 22 Ely -
'* I Lester Prmtt 3 of Blk 18 Ex S .
Kenneth Green youngestaMrs. : ) Cora at SB I 900' ofN'W4 of SEly 102' to POB 24 I M Ci Cl Horn "
cor of 20 ft A Ex R/Wia ,_ ET.,!
Green for the Sec A *: NEK Lot 2 dese '. '
Roy most : run W Orir Town of .I' run Ely as Beg at

members of her family SIS ft for a Stark I L. A. CaotT U3." 208.71* to POB. NW cor of SWK .. .
pres ..
POB. Run N 115 1 N 104.85', Ely 10, of SEH of NEK
of Lots
ent. Each mother WM presen ft. W Ylft, S K: 21.96 ft Blk 19 Ex / J ,. 208.71'. Sly 104.35', then run S 61degs
105 ft, E210ftto A: 3 of 208.71 30 min B 48 '
ted with a corsage. ; S 32 ft ia Orir of '. Wly PB 35 In. govtaera States Const ..J ';
POB 2t S3 | Lester Prratt SI.S9 Town of Stark ,7 L. A.. ,. 247.18 A: Supply CS. 49.70 ft to POB N 45
X caners
Girl's Auxiliary CoronationThe ders E 775 S
ft.
Com ,
91 ft N of SE I SH .w>fNWK SW>k d4 .
cor of SW I 1 Lot Due in Or Bk16Pr / 142 ft. S 45 ders ,.. .
Girls Auxiliary Coronation !. of 85 I t2.20: Dorothy treetr 8848 '- .
16 Beini
NWK; A: run WI. i Between Bee at Int of W ..' WUOft, N 61 :.> .'r., I- .
held night Triangle "
was Sunday 839, ft, N II ft, E a ders 30 min. W I 4 ,
.
at the Baptist Church. Girls I3' ft, S II ft to .. I Sal R/R A : R/W Hwy 100-A 104.2 ft to FOB 24 8 22 t Jana. X. Hostsa 33.11
A
POB Thompson St U' 24f 1st C. Warts .t al I.UCom : N Pt/Wof RR. ,
21 : 1 Lot in SE cor of
| 22 Lucil W 189.02' NfUI'
who Eastern
were recognized were: I.n
Lot 9 of at SW cor of 8H of NEK! of _
Blk 2 In E 2UU'te '. ,;.. .
Maidens: Vickie Brookins and Sunny Acres S/D l Walnut A: AdkinsA .**V* .. a W R/W ofRWJ' NWK of NW'xbeing .
I I Alberta Tyson i.il run W 214 ft 108 ft N A .
h'. .
Cora B. W .
,
Carol Gainey; Ladies in waiting on W tide of i S 110 It, E 214 on I 4i .
Sbi 110 ft BA f
Rd 200 200 ft I. :: 110 ft to POB SLot 21 L A. Canoes 7.SO RW] 21S.S9 t& Beg 81 I 22 1 Panlis BYUS 19.84 :
: Brenda McDavki, Delores N from S line of I. I ft, N .$ NH of NEK' Ex 4 W Ex E 50' 25 8 n Johnoit L. TltVsr* iff

Parrish and Arlene Register SEK of SWK A : 1 of Bik. S ia ,. ;, S.ll 3/4 A E of Dirt Com at SE cor of ... '
SDLot
A Cos Ro-slasoa
T Loareaia
L :
: SWK of NWK
run N 204
Princesses Sue ft.W : .. Rd&Wof HD .
: Douglas, 215.65' S 187.91: 3 of Elk 15 ia ., Rd 4 t 32 75 Mrs A. A. W1II1L Son 14.12 & run N 850 ft

Romona Harrell Dottie Sue E to POB 21 | ZI | 1 Golda Jfartfc X 41.51, L T A Cos SID '; ICettc. >.&lJ! :a'un,.;' : NH of NEt of NEK : for 330 a POB, run W :. '

and Ernestine Lester 1 Lot in SE of W 62 of Lots S A .' ft. N 350 ft.
Kelley cor R. of NE,4 Ex
E 130 tt 8 POE 25 t
ia : to 21 S MAnfe'Joau n."
WH of Blk 4 of Blk 16 L -
1
Soff3W105ftf W IA
i 7 22 I Nathaniel CUrt 4.S2
Queens: Patty Bigham. Janice I ;. .1 T A: Cos S/D :4R,: Carrie Coleman 2S.9S Com Lot 30 of Blk A in Ii'; .
at SE
of
Mott. and Regina HarHLFlower h'3DyZ10itE: EH of Lot 1 A 2 of ro* '. SWK of. NEK car Cypress Beach. SID .L-W.: 'Dobbs ll.il

Girls for each Queen &: W in Temples '" Blk 17 ia L T A run N 410 ft for ; Lot 32 of Blk A in :'iit. !';..i

S/Dex H nn Diy '" Cos S/D -r... Ru4. 'QJ'tt.. .. taut a POB. run W Cypress Beach S/D Judson .L. Lloyd 11W
: .
were Patsy Edwards, Lane lot %1 sa :J I Cleoi 1C. Dowits.t 11.31 E% of Lots 1 ft 2 ',!..' -. I SOO ft. N IS ft E Com at NE cor of

Temple, and Cherie Hinton. An Un DiY % Int of Blk IS la LT' Lea .ft, S 65 ft to NWK run W '.

Crown Bearers In 1 Lot in SE A. Cos S/D '. !A 1.. Ooleaaa 19.41 POB i 'l 22 1 Nors attn 111 1227S 24 dee W 'j
were Billy Big cot of W* by Blk -! "W 62 of # of 28 nv. B '70 deg,15
1 Lots 3 A 1'.: I SEK) NWK or 4T.. 1. Aldcneaa 28.28
ham. Greg Douglas and Mike S of R 2 W105'N&SET mID 253.1 for
,
l' Lot 4 of Blk 15 Ia ; : I O>mat NW of "
L T A CO. S/D .P / cor POB S 24 lei W ". .;. '\+t:'d'\r ...vi
Jones. Mrs. L. L. Dyal. Mrs. 210 E & Win. : : t 14aq..olesay; ,- ... .37.2 EH of SWK of 1724* to Lake .
H. Mott. and Mrs W. B Temples S/D W% of Lots 1 A: 2 ;I' NEK A ran E Lake 50
H. 21 i SEIy oa .
,2tf J| Gordoa Taaaajsta ofBlk 19 In L T .'J .. ... : 464 ft S 308 ft N 24 des E to S' ."._',, 'i. t'.1
of Starke. Associational Cat*. be. S..I' ; r
Mundy w
Bee at SW eor of A. Cos S/D .JT Audrey, x.CINtIi: 19.fl W431ttN215 R/W of G Rd. W .
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WMU President, assisted NEK of 6WI;( W% of Lots S ft 4 :' f: ; to POB f 7 22 t Aiale !totes 457.SI to POB IS I M PriziUn. H. _.w Jut

run N of Bit 27 ia L T :' ,.' Com at NE eor of
Mrs. J. 1,. Temple, G. A Director 305 ft : Lot 47 ia Indian
SEly 42S.S ft, A Cos SID #' .,.; Frances S2.cta .. SEK of NE % of Beach T. D. WHUIOa Sr. 115.01
with the program S 179 ft. W S47 < WUU... t.S ./1 SEK run W 630 Let, 22 fa XadUa ,

ft to POB Ex 1 5ft tt of 'lot 4 of .".1 ft to N RWof Beach. .. Clifford '1' Ptckott
i 17IJI
Lot in NW cor 75 I Blk 33 ia L T .; Co Gr Rd' for .
ii 40of
W E111'.f:
ft N&S FOB, Coat W 7M
by lOt A Cos S/D ;;:
Prank-j. Wnliaajt : 8 7of Lot 7 of ,
SIGHT ftS410 ftcox
THE POINT ft E A W
ter'I 21 C 22 Sam Wmuas at al 6S.44 a.1. "J '. .' .' 15,52 R/W of Co Blk 1 Santa h. r : .. .

way you write. OMM I Lot 1 thru I of Blk Lots S, 4 of BIt 41 .1(' :. .. '. '-.'- '. N'Elyalong Rd Rd to Shores ;'i' Qnliey. Taylor 1M.1I"T

elect Jeer fvrit '! 10 ia N Reno SID .. Leslye Best it lass la L T ft; Cos SID '9- ':' M Lilly ft Louise Jaekata POB II fSWK II f.! eutsJseta C. i Bawls ...1 .
UTD-'I Uixhtower" 1U.S7 : -. Hick 11.11 R. KKLLT
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BROOK Fta&bOa ; Lotet&TotBlkli: i' Lot .J of Bit 44 la .. .t.. .__.. NEK of .SW of If'. n 1PfJ eea. e.tt- '" -fu.l ./. ., BRADFORD TAX'COLUCOTOR.. ,COUNT!', J'LA.,.-

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