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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 24, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN
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f Charges of assault with intent William Thomas GUI Jr., At Bradford County HiCoach

to murder have been charged with first degree
Placed
here
against a MisSissippi -
1 murder in the April 15 shot-
migrant laborer for :
; gun slaying of 17-year-old -

shooting a fellow worker three Linda Houkins, was examined David Hurse, popu- 1961 Tornado cindermen to other prospects had been
times in an argument over rk I t in Jacksonville Tuesdayby lar Bradford High School I the school's second state I considered. Casey will also
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working conditions. ,. cinder and assistant track in the hire assistant
a court appointed psy- grid i. championship have to two
The victim is James Riley, chiatrist. mentor. announced this week school's history. Hurse's 1962 coaches, to replace Hurse and

33, a Negro laborer from But the Bradford County that he will remain at BHS cinder team missed a third assistant Coach Charles

: Cleveland, Ohio who was liv- Sheriff's Department said next year' as head football state titled by only 2" Francis who will be principal
ing at the N. G. Hayes labor i and track coach.It it in third behind
findings of the lengthy examination points as came at Hampton Junior High
camp near Brooker. Under a:I : \ k ar r : I i would not be revealed has been known since co-winners Winter School, before the next

bond of $3.500 and still at : until the time of Gill's present head football coach Park and Terry Parker of school term.

large, according to Deputy Pictured above is artist's conception of the proposed new three-unit Bradford County Fair I trial some time in June. Lennard Register announcedhe Jacksonville. In taking the job at BHS,

Sheriff A. E. Brown, is Robert building planned for the new fairgrounds just north of Starke tate Farmers Market. The I Gill has entered a plea of was leaving BHS to takea Hurse won the state track Hurse, who has aspirationsof
t Lee Lester, 37, a second Lines Left Down not position as athletic director coaching at the college
Negro laborer from Bradford County Fair Association will soon launch a drive to sell a $25,000 bond issue to guilty by reason of in- title in his fourth year as
Picayune sanity to shooting the Hop and head football coach at track coach thereby living up level, apparently decided that
provide matching funds for $25,000 available from the state to construct the fair center.
Mississippi, who is in
charged. kins girl twice with buck- Class AA Bay County High to a vow that "Well win the being on his own as head
the shooting. Sunday Evening shot at her home in east School in Panama City that state championship within coach would be more bene

Riley was shot in each arm Artist Starke. He has been held in Hurse was in direct line for four years or I'll leave Brad ficial to his career than becoming
Shows Fair CenterThe
and once in the right back the Bradford County Jail the top coaching spot at ford High School" assistant coach in a
with the .25 caliber bullet RvWiJ
cfnrm
since the day- of the shooting- BHS. In taking the job as head I. larger [Class AA] school.

traveling completely throughhis LfJ IllilU UiUllll and has refused to talk to The well-liked assistant coach at BHS Hurse passedup Hurse & a graduate of the
body and in the
emerging Bradford County Fair I I the Fair Association hopes to to members and friends. This anyone except his lawyer.He mentor has 'been at BHS for a chance to become head University of Florida where ,

described center of his chest. He was Association wH1 kick-off its I I conclude its bond sale in $25,000 will be matched by Wind, rain, and hail from is a graduate of the five years and has coachedthe track coach and assistant he played football and ran
in "fair" condi-
tion as in the Alachua $25,000 bond sale at its meet-I I about two weeks. the state, dollar for dollar, Sunday afternoon's brief University and both he and Tornado backfield as the grid mentor at Class AA track. He specialized as a

Monday ing next Monday night, according The Fair Association direc- giving the Fair Association a tropical storm damaged tele- Miss Hopkins were employedby I team won five straight Key- Gainesville High School The barefoot place kicker for the

General, Brown Hospital said. in Gainesville to President R. H. tors were shown plans for the total of $50,000 with which to phone and electrical lines in separate Jacksonville Insurance stone Conference crowns position at GHS would have Gator grid squad.

The Mclntire. At this time, bonds proposed agricultural and construct its buildings. Last Starke and surroundingarea companies at the went undefeated in its last paid him approximately $700

took labor camp shooting will be reserved and boughtby i livestock exhibit building at month the Department of Ag- leaving many residents time of the murder. It is 28 games, and won the last more than he will make as I Baccoaureafeoer / I
after
place midnightlast those in attendance, after their meeting Monday night.I I riculture conveyed a portionof without lights and some known that Gill dated the 21 games in a row. As head head coach at BHS. Are-

Friday, according to the which sales teams will be appointed The County Development the State Farmers Market without phone service. girl several times. track coach Hurse guided the auest to raise the supplements t g t
deputy, who said he and Dep-
briefed, and then Authority has contracted to property in North Starke to The strong winds, which of the head and assistant i dunaay in
uty Russell Redding did not I
handed lists of prospects to purchase $5,000 of the bond the Fair Association for its blew at gale force for a half On Murder Charges football coaches was
receive later. a call until 12:30 or contact. Mclntire stated that issue leaving $20,000 for sale fair grounds. The Fair Associ- hour or better, pushed two made to the Bradford County BHS AuditoriumGraduation
When the two deputies
---- large oak trees from the
I : ation bonds are to be securedby School Board last Tuesday bya
arrived at the scene Riley had' Top $250,000 a first mortgage encumb- ground Sunday on S. R. 16 group of interested citizens, activities for
already been carried Jo the in front of the Lorenzo Addison Pavlas Trial Set
driven ering the fair grounds and but the board and school Bradford County High School
hospital in a car by
Green home and toppled
buildings to be constructed Supt. Harmon P. Morgan will get under way this week-
some friends and Lester was
nowhere to be found- Bradford Berry Sales I thereon. them road. so Motorists they were blocked forcedto the Monday In Duval Court stood firm against supplementsof such a end when the annual Baccalaureate -

President Mclntire issuedan move until the Sermon will be
Brown said'h I is fairly certain drive into the ditch for
invitation to all Fair Association all teachers receiving extra in the high school
that Riley had been several hours Sunday afternoon __ .. _ I preached
0" 0 reviewed.
drinking, but! added that the Set Post-War RecordStrawberries members and friendsto until the huge trees JJeWlt Adcuson ana u- vai county patrOIman at duty pay is auditorium Sunday night at
defendant's relatives told him attend next Monday night's dolph John Pavlas will go on gunpoint as he attempted to Present supplement for the 8 o'clock.Rev. .
could be removed from the
that Lester does not drink. meeting at the courthouse at road. trial Monday in Duval Coun- conduct a routine check on head coach is $600 and the R. E. McBlain of St.

According to Brown,' Riley topped the potenUal is Bradford County 8 o'clock. cordlng to Starke Light ty Circuit Court on first degree them. The patrolman was assistant coaches $400. Marks Episcopal Church will

and ,Lester were arguing over quarter, million mark and seta Agent G. T. Huggins who for Plant Superintendent Mer- murder charges in con- handcuffed to a tree before Incoming BHS Principal deliver the sermon, and special -

Riley's presence in the camp. new post-war record here four years has worked on a Girl StrickenAt rill Dees, all lights were nection with the slaying last :he freed himself and gave Tom Casey said the head musical numbers will be

Lester apparently did not like for the season which closed "berry comeback" program in burning;!; agahby 11 p. m. October of a Florida Highway chase to the fugitives' who coaching job had been offered sung by the High School

'Riley and wanted, .toleave ...1.! t.Uo.; the' county.. Kingsley 'By Sunday-'xflghtl tteef_ said 'the Patrol trooper Edwin L. Gas- abandoned their -car in the to Hurse and that no Chorus. The. processional and

,the :camp,*'Brown said. Growers marketing' throughthe Huggins' program, consist- worst part of the storm hit que.Addison's woods. recessional marches will be
Starke Market brought in attorney, Zach The trunk of the played by the High School
ing of soil tests to correct acidity Heart Condition west Starke, around the Sara- car was
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81,813 flats of berries grossing control of nematodes toga 'Heights area. He estimated Douglas of Jacksonville, later found to contain an., Band.
Deputy Locates $285,989.39. Including estimated through fumigation, and use '90"per cent of his de- told The Telegraph yester- assortment of burglary tools Light VotingIs With 144 members, the

sales away from the of plastic mulch, has paid off A 15-year-old Jacksonvillegirl partment's calls came from day that "The State is ready believed to have been used 1962 Senior'Class is the larg-

Lost Bonds market the total would be to growers who have followed died as the result of a that area while east Starke and I'm.ready" and said he by Addison and Pavlas in est ever to graduate from

well over 300000. this pattern. He estimates heart condition while on an I affected, though foresaw nothing at presentto numerous hold-ups and Predicted Bradford County High School.A .

Totaling $56,000 Average. price for the season that about 80 per cent of thisyear's outing with a group of friendsat I: was winds hardly blew strongly for a prevent the trial from get- breaking and entering jobs. reception for the gradu-

was $3.50, according to figures 150-200 acres used plas- Strickland's landing last while in that area also. ting underway as scheduledat The Starke area was ates and members of their

". compiled at the office of tic mulch instead of straw. Saturday. 9 a. m. in Duval County'snew thrown into a state pf apprehension Next TuesdayPredictions I families will be given by the
Bradford Deputy Willard "Most of the damage was
J. R. Wainwright, manager of Using the 200acre.figure.. Kristene Enkler, daughterof courthouse. when it was High School PTA in the fOYer -
Williams made quick work of broken lines torn down by
the Starke Market. it is estimated that this sea- Capt. and Mrs. V. R. Enk- Douglas predicted the joint learned that Addison and of the auditorium after
finding $56.000 in stocks and I This year's record total top- son's yield averaged about 409 ler of Jacksonville was dead falling limbs and lightning, trial of Addison and Pavlas Pavlas were hiding out in are for a light Baccalaureate.The .

bonds $800 in cash and last a I' ped last season's gross of ,flats per acre. At the season's on arrival at Bradford Coun- Dees said, "There wasn't"too would require "at least a this vicinity and had broken vote in the Second Primary, annual Senior Class

t $1,600 diamond ring lost $168,614.35 by 69 per cent. average of $3.50 per flat, ty Hospital about 12:20: p. m. much monetary damage. week" due to the large num- into a restaurant on U. Tuesday, May 29, with only Night will be held at 8 p. m.
motorist
Tuesday, May 16, by a Bookkeeper One Wigginsof ber of witnesses to be heard. state Thursday, May 31, in the auditorium
the Average flat price for the season growers had an average per- Attending physicians said S. 301 and stolen a quantity one county race and one
passing through coun- was also up$3.50 this return of $1,431.50. the Starke Telephone The first attempt at a trial '. race facing voters on the at which time
acre t.'P_'._ frirl was__ born with.. __ a congenital .
ty.- season compared to last year's Per-acre yield increase is a D--- n heart-----ailment- for Company said weonesaay late last February, was call- '!' Bradford County ballot. awards will be presented. A
.Harry J. F. Jagoe, 72yearold that were still workingon off when Douglas objected skit highlights of
crews ed depicting
retired banker missed the $3.15 per flat. matter of arithmatic. Using which she had been treatedat Two Starke business men,
containing the, valuables, The king of cash crops, plastic mulch, the grower can Johns Hopkins University.She repairing lines. The main to a "prejudicial" newscastby George W. Roberts Jr. and the Senior trip to Washington
bag portion of the damage to tel- a Jacksonville television and New York will be presented -
strawberries even surpassed plant from 20,000 to 22,000 competingfor
his life's savings, he said, just had undergone an opera- Ewell Lawson, are
he and his wife reach tobacco which emerged last plants per acre as comparedwith tion which was believed to ephone lines also came from I station which the attorney the post of County Commissioner and the Class Prophecyand

before ed Lawtey. The elderly couple: year with a $235,000 crop. To- only 15,000 when strawis allowed to engage in normal falling trees and lightning he said would make it difficultto r S Dist. Two (North Last Will and Testament

contacted the High- bacco however is limited used, Huggins said. activities. said.Wind obtain an impartial jury .- Starke]. The incumbent commissioner will be revealed. Miss Sandra
1 quickly through acreage allotment.Two This year's total is even at the Forest Service for his client. Mrs. E. L.' Crawford Solano will close the, programby
way Patrol Station and were According to a report received -
i important factors con- more amazing when it is taken I Station west of Starke on S. The newscast, Douglas said, was not a candidate for singing the class song. A
directed from there to thesheriff's here from a post mortem I
tributed heavily to this year's into consideration that it R. 100 blew the flue covers contained film and comment reelection.In party in the USQ wffl conclude -
Jacksonville
office. in was
!' successful season, ,from the actually 14 pints in the new off three houses and an office concerning a polygraph lie the First Primary on the evening's festivities
Jagoe thought the money ; said the girl's heart began"fiburillatlng"
; dollar standpoint. First late "loose-pack" style have been building, and tore shing-i detector] test administeredto 8, Roberts led the ticket Commencement e zerciseswill
had been taken when he stop- [beating irreg- May football
frosts in the Carolinas and used to fill 12.pint flats. The les from a 4x4 foot square Addison and Pavlas and votes to Lawson's he held in the
with 1,052
south of her death
ped at Stuckey's just ularly] causing
Georgia helped keep prices ata old style of "tight pack" required -I area on the roof of the dis purporting to connect them 697. The two eliminated can- stadium at 8 p. m. Friday
heart
Lawtey, to eat lunch. Deputy from acute congestion.The t the
maximum. Then, the use of less berries per flat. patcher's house. The wind also with previous crimes. He argued t didates Marklee Starling andA. I June 1. In case of rain,
Williams quickly questioned Increased doctors said death was ;1 !* ,'% -'- ,- sr. I will be shifted to the
the distraught couple plastic mulch this season Cool weather, at least until blew the top of a tin garage that in all probabilitymany B. Whitehead, received 459 I scene

about all .the stops they had per-acre yields, with late in the season kept ber- not a result of over-exertion,I shed in Green Acres, and also of the prospective jurors ; ; and 375 respectively. auditorium.The .
some growers reporting $2,000per ries from coming in with a and could have occurred any- a section of tin from the barnat had seen the newscast main address will be
made on their way from St. state race on the
The only
acre gross.Optimistic rush, and growers managed to where. Artificial respirationand 1 Lorenzo Green's. It is believed which would tend to bias made by Bernie Collins, the
New
enroute to will be for Railroadand
Petersburg ballot
the
over next year's get much of their picking oxygen were administered that a small "twister" them against his client. class Valedictorian and

York. done with local labor. unsuccessfully. struck the Green place. ,SfiMMitt., Tiis4.vA .A XTf. fl.."ac_ __ ._,_____ __ Public_ Utilities_ Commissioner 1____ u.-_ farewell address will be givenby
On the basis of the answers 1- J "\iWIo U 1.4'-4&C n. vjiabusle m croup z, wnere me Miss Marilyn Hernwall,

tq his questions Williams cal- Circuit Court Action Jr. granted Douglas' request Addisonof incumbent Jerry W. Carter, Salutatorian. DeWayne, Mc-

led. the Grant Motel in St. Woman, Daughter for a two month post- is in a run-off with Jim Blan- Rae, president of the Senior

[Continued on Page 61] Are Hurt In ponement in the trial date. food. They later made ton of St. Augustine.Polls Class, will make the welcoming -
Douglas said yesterday that their get-away from here ina
at
open Tuesday 7 a. address.
he would still base Addison's truck stolen at the
Auto AccidentMrs. Manslaughter Charges pickup m. and close at 7 p. m. BHS Principal H. B. In
claim of insanity Wilson in south-
MEDICAL defense on a i home of Ira
Only 50 per cent of thecounty's gram will present the Seniors.
: Rosie Sumner of 633 at the time the crime was east Starke. JLP.
5,390 registered vot- and School Superintendent
SELF-HELP \V. Pratt St. Starke, and her committed. After alluding the posse ers went to the polls in the Morgan wfll award di-
t daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Parrishof Against Dyal Droppedstatement Among the witnesses Douglas here they made their way to plomas.

TRAINING Brooker, were injured in said he would use in efforts Tampa, changed cars, and First Primary.

an automobile accident whileon I to prove Addison's alleged were finally arrested by city

CLASS their way to a wedding in Manslaughter barges in court Tuesday calculated at 0.197 per cent insanity at the time of i police in Dawson Ga. after WHITE ELEPHANTS

Starting Georgia last weekend.The against Burnell Hershell Dyalof morning Duncan said it had concentration, according to the offense are Dr. Samuel holding, up a drug store in I -

Monday, May 28 accident occurred near Starke were dismissed in been found that the testimonyof the report; of Dr. E. S. Cestaric I G. Hibbs, a Tampa psychia- Albany. I. Here's How To Get Ready

7:30 P.JI. Valdosta, Ga. when the driverof Circuit Court in an unexpected a state witness, Dr. Sarah of the J. Hillis Miller Health trist; Rev. Barney Andrewsof Both Addison and Pavlas

another car is said to have move Tuesday because of Lou Wells of Keystone Heightswas Center.. Any amount above .15 Jacksonville, a Baptist have lengthy FBI records, officers Cash And Not Pay It Back!

At Health swerved to the wrong side< of what State Attorney. E. "inconclusive and incon- per cent is considered to be Intoxicating minister formerly of Union said.

DepartmentTake the road. Several other mem- Duncan termed an "irreconcilable sistent" with that given by according to assistant County; Fred Andrews of Would you like to get your hands on aome ready

'advantage of this bers of the Sumner family,, conflict" in state's evi law officers who investigatedthe State Attorney Mack Lake Butlei, Former Union Hi-Y Officers cash?
who were in the car' were not dence. accident. In her testi- Futch. County state legislator; Mrs.

opportunity,to take care seriously 'hurt. The car was Dyal, currently serving two mony Dr. Wells would not Duncan's statement, as readto Fxed Andrews, the defendant's Are ElectedHY I Would you like to get it and not have to pay it back

of yourself and family in totally wrecked five-year sentences to run I say whether or not Dyal was the court said: mother; and Mrs. Bar- i It's possible-no trick to it-and quite simple.

time of emergency. Mrs. Sumner and Mrs. Par- concurrently in the Raiford intoxicated when he was "On Thursday, May 17 1962, ney Andrews, Addison's Club officers for 1962- But you must first find yourself some WHITE

i rish are still' in Bradford State Prison on moonshine I brought to the Bradford the State began preparationfor teL m-I 63 were elected and installedat ELEPHANTS. .

FREE INSTRUCTION I County Hospital where their charges, was due to be tried I County Hospital after the trial in the case of Statevs. The former Lake a meeting last Monday White elephants are very numerous in this area-
condition is described as satisfactory Tuesday morning. : wreck. Duncan said. Burnell Hershell Dyal. man and his companion Pavi night.
I many can be found right in your own home. In the closet,
He was charged with man- Dr. Wells did, however, charged with manslaughter i las, were fugitives in a mas- They are Tommy Andrews
in the garage, in the attic or toolshed. Most families
; slaughter in the death of Mrs. take a blood sample from by operation of an automobile sive eight-day manhunt president; Larry Noegel, vice-

This Space. Contributed Social Security Jeanette Wilkerson 24, of Dyal that night which was while intoxicated. touched off in this area the president; Leonard Dugger have too many. .

Weekly to Publicize Gainesville in a March 18 later tested for alcohol content "At that time Dr. Sara L. afternoon of October 26 when secretary; Jack McComb, sgt- White elephants cost you money too, if you don't

>, *jf t.. I A representative of the auto accident in which the at the University of Florida Wells was .interviewed. and Casque was shot through the at-arms; Jimmy Smith, chap- convert them into cash. Old pieces of furniture, old appliances

Community Events by Gainesville Social Security office speeding car he was driving Medical Center. According iVwas learned that her testi- heart and lungs when became lain, and Cal Smith, historian.All yes even old clothing or anything which you

will be at the courthouse overturned when it faUed'to to court records. the blood mony was not only inconclusive upon the two men hiding officers and some mem- no longer use-is a WHITE ELEPHANT
in Starke make a curve .just outside the taken three hours and 50 but, inconsistent testimony -I in a palmetto thicket between -
The Community from 9:30 a. ml: onFriday was bers of the organization win Ten dollars, twenty dollars how much do need? -
( c:1)E May 25. Anyone wishing city limits of Brooker. :Mrs. minutes, after the accident of the investigating officers Baldwin and Maxvflle.! receive training for their positions you
Wilkerson was the only] and'-to the"Results of a 'WHITE ELEPHANTS win bring it to yon, if you
to transact social security ; passenger and showed an alcohol con- Gasque was a member of a when they attend the
State Bank business is invited to meet to be seriously injuredin tent of .14 per cent The alco- blood analysis performed by posse searching for Addison Blue Ridge Assembly July 29 advertise them in the Bradford Telegraph classified department

with the representative at this the wreck. hol content at the time of the the University of Florida and Pavlas. who earlier in through August 6 at Black I Phone 064-3101. Classified &df la this issue

time. Reading from a .prepare accident would therefore b) e i [Continued on Page 61 ilie day, had disarmed a Du Mountain North Caru1ia L.IlO on page etc..Julian ,
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'' .., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 24, 1962
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: 1 1i BHS Teacher, !
r i ...[ 3 Library Book

i ReAppointmentsAre ;: Sale Nets $74The I

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Announced I
1 ., recent book sales sponsored -

by the Bradford Coun- ,
Bradford County School
; ty Library Board netted $'74
a i :
r.. Trustees have completed
f" ." BLADYdMOOTY PHQNE 9W-0651 i ; teacher re-appointments- '\"\1 1 which will be used to equip I II
::\ I the library's check out room,
the 1962-63 school-jff&r and
Mrs A- Russell Norman Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and have submitted IhV followinglist Dr. Florence Jennings reported -

was visiting her sister, Mrs.I sister, Mrs. Olive Gregory of to the office of School 5 4wfr J r to the group last Thursday.The t
>, >> CharleyE.
D. N. Denmark Sr. in summer reading pro- .
Jacksonville -i Gainesville spent the week- Superintendent Harmon P. tr .
Saturday. end in Cocoa with Mr.. and; Morgan. j gram was also discussed at
ri the meeting at the home of .
Shertod Himuton i
w n' Vas in Mrs. John D. Anderson and I! Teachers on continuing contract II
Brunswick, ..Ga from Sunday son, John, and Mr. and Mrs..I, those who have -three ..-. Mrs. Edward Burns, head li- Johns F
to Wednesday on business. Edward J. Schwab at Merritc years continuous experience in brarian. It was announced
.., that material has been distributed -
Seven senior Girl BradfordCounty do not haveto
Scouts Island. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson ; ka : I Ii
0 Cauffmah, enjoyed weiner I county and: a large registration about this question:
a : for a non-stop flight from! Bradford High School: j:
roast at Gold Head Branch on I New York to Frankfurt, Germany Mary Dally,' Carolyn Dyal, Har- is anticipated. Any child

Saturday.Mr. for a three weeks va- land A. Sprow, Richard Joc- interested in the reading pro- "Another summer sports

and Mrs. N; S. .Dankel cation. I kel,, L. T. Oglesby, W. H. Alexander s gram may inquire at .the li and vacation season is just t

and son. Bucky, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. L.I I /3 e Bobby G. Ferguson, brary.Dr. ahead. My cameras and
"-.4 Mrs. Meed Lewis and son 1 B. Parks spent the weekend; ..ar Adele Mitchell, Burney'Wink- Jennings in her reporton sporting equipment are
were visiting MrsJ.. A. in West Palm Beach with rel. i! ler,'"Anil Buttrick; Ben Cheat- the book sale, also recog- more vulnerable to thefi
I N. Dankel in family in Way- atives. j I ham,"Sharon Kelso, Rosalind nized and expressed appreciato and damage. Members of
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f v cross, Ga. Sunday. 1 Buddy Baker of Jacksonville |i Grady, Evelyn Haney, JO' Ann : w the chairman of the book my family are more apt (to
Mr. and Mrs.-Harvard Chas- spent the weekend with N i Jones, Rozelle Kazler, Erwin sale, Mrs. Bert McMaines, and injure someone or cause

', tain of St. Augustine were Jimmy Lawson. ( : Land, Francis Lowrimore, her group. property damage. Is a free

last Wednesday 'visitors of Mrs. C. D. Williams was Jf"'U"r" -_";;: ",. '-,.,,_. -- ,. A .. William Lowrimore, and Mar- .. Also present at the meetingwere survey of my insurance
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-' Mr: and, Mrs. T. C. Chastain visiting friends in Tampa nell Pierce. I Mrs. M. W. Cressler, and available from Charley E.
Jr from Sunday to Wednesday.Mrs. Cotton Fashion ShowA : Lawtey Junior High School: Brooker GA's Have CoronationAn Mrs. A. Russell Norman.Correction Johns Agency to see thai

MisS.\.Frahces Landmm will\ Laura Tison was visiting Connie Clark, principal; Mar- I have sensible insurance
be- h&ii$ from FloridaSouthern Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tison preview of summer fashions was provided in a Style jguerite l Brassell, Edward Mal impressive coronation service was held in the Brooker coverage at a reasonable

''tJntferBity on Saturday in Lake City from Thursdayto Show and Cotton Clinic staged by models representing Starke I gee, and Bethna Estes. Baptist Church Sunday night, lay 13, when nine girls were i II premium?"
for t1it uhuner. Sunday. I stores.last Saturday afternoon on East Call St. :Mrs. Virginia Southside E I e m e ntary presented to the Queen's Court Pictured at top are the three The Telegraph reported last I

.. Vic&iBarksdale spent; the Miss Kathleen Scanlon of! Smith (upper left) served as coordinator and commentator of I School: Florence 8u a rez, girls who attained the week that an eight-year-old
step of Queen (left to right) : Patty Charley E. Johns
\reekeiiVwfth"[. her uncle and U. of F. spent the weekend the event. I Jeanette Allen, Evelyn Sin- Biffham.. Regina Harrell., and Janim Mntt... i girl, Alice Faye Prevail, 'was-
4< aunt Mr. and MrS. James with her grandmother, Mrs. clair. --- struck by a car on her way Agency
'HdricV;; Jr., in Keystone O- L. Hayes Sr. Mrs. W. B. Mundy attended Mrs. H. B. Hamilton will I Starke Elementary School: In lower photo, grouped in front of the Queens are attendants home from the Pratt Street i

e. HeteU!f;Bhfe>'6pent Sunday'In Mrs. Alice McIntosh was in the State WMU executive spend Thursday to Sunday in. Mrs. Sue Wlnkler, Dorinda ((1st row, 1-r): Patsy Edwards, Billy Bigham, Lane Temple Playground.The ,

New ;POLL Richey with Mr. Plant City from Thursday to board meeting in Jacksonville St. Matthew, S. C. visiting! Cheatham, and Lester J. Rues- Greg Douglas, Cherie Hinton, and Mike Jones. Secondrow daughter of Mr. and I PHONE 96 .0121I

,. and BAs Richard C. Wil- Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. Monday.Mr. : her daughter-in-law, Mrs. ter. ((1-r): Ramona Harrell, Dottie Sue Kelly, Ernestine Lester, Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt of 609 I ,: -

liams.. u: C. Hamilton. and Mrs. Dave Paulk.Catherine Coleman, and chil- Hampton Junior High carol Gainey, Vicki Brooking, Arlene Register, Sue Douglas Collins Place, the girl's nameis i I 131 S. Walnut St.
Mrs'* : Weldon has are spending a two weeks vacation School Beatrice C. Futch Re- Delores Parrish Gloria her ,
Gladys Capt. Vernon Glenn, who dren.Mrs. : and Brenda )frDa\' parents reported '
return (} from seven weeksvisit has spent a month with his in the West and will Lloyd Haley and Mrs. becca Jusick, Maureen Paul, Each Queen was presented with a gold circlet and bouquet this week. I Ii
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with 'her son-in-law- and parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. attend the World's Fair in George Worner of Tampa and Betty May. of American Beauty roses i
daughter, Mr. ahd' Mrs.C. M. Glenn in Starke, and with Seattle, Wash. were Sunday evening supper R.J.E. High School 1 n .

Patrick, and baby daughter his brother Com. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Starke [Negro]: Yvonne Robinson Lady Bowlers team trophy for his 1

in"North ..Florida.Dr. Fred Glenn at Kingsley Lake, and family of Lakeland were Vaughn.BY Jake C. Bradley, EdnaK. of the winning team.sponsorship Graduation Calls for
:and Mrs: H. H. Adams leaves Saturday: .for the Uni- I visiting her parents Mr. and ANY MEASUREthereis Williams, Olivia Tompkins, Hold Banquet '! \ .
and 5 family'and Mr. and Mrs. versity of Tennessee in Knox- I Mrs. H. A. Lawson, over the nothing "just as good as" Bennie Alexander, and Ben- ;I

'Frank Hertohg attended the ville. His family will remain I weekend.Mrs. GENERAL ELECTRIC. See ard Monroe. Ladies Bowling League :' Jehovah Witnesses t A NEW\ HAIR DO

Herlong family reunion at.the here for the time being. CH.. Register was our complete appliance line C.CAnderson Junior High members held their banquet., Attend AssemblyFreeman I _
'home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mrs. D. C. Harden :r. and visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Regis at BULLINGTON'S. School in Lawtey [Negro]: Monday night at the Enlisted

Herlong }in Jacksonville two sons of Wewahitchka will ter Jr. in Tallahassee last Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards Dorthy Moore. Men's Club at Camp Bland- i E. Shenehon, local I Let create

Sunday ;afternoon. be weekend guests of Mr. and week.Mrs. attended the piano recital at ing. | presiding minister of Jeho- us a
Mrs.-.W. N. Barry of. New- Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Guy Sale and Mrs. W. Bartram School in Jackson- Trophies were awarded to vah's Witnesses, and several Hair Style for
bejry tpeht the weekend with B. Mundy were visiting their Mrs. M. M. Poythress and other members of the youfor
;
Mrs. Irene Roberts. Mrs. Roberts -i ville Thursday aft ernoon, Lavonne Jackson for high i congre-
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry. The will accompany them daughters, Linda Kay Sale where their daughters, Gayle Mrs. Vernon Brinson of Mac- I game 206, and Elaine Griffis ; gation attended the semi-in- your Special
Barrys also had as Sunday home for a'Visit.GRADUATION. and Jean Mundy at FSU on. and pianne, took part. clenny were Sunday visitorsof for a 132 season average. Top- nual circuit assembled in Lake
visitors Dr. and Mrs J. D. Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Torode.j i sy Ebling received the Sportsmanship 1 City last weekend.The Day !
GIFTS. Al- Mrs. T. T. Long had eight
Simpson of Raiford Mrs. George Barber of Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards j I 'II
Hallmark Graduation Cardsat guests for luncheon on Mon- i i award while theNoegel's highlight of the three-
Mrs, Era Wasdin visit- so Gainesville was visiting her HI and three children! PHONE
was $ULLINGTON'S.J. day honoring Mrs. Don Joy- j!I Auto Sales team, 'i day meet was a discourse by
ing Mr.- and Mrs. Ray Bell in I sister, Mrs" L. O. Hazen, last of Griffin Ga. of Canyon, Texas arrived j!composed of Harriette Holt:; the district representative of
M. Edwards returned ner t Q L 964-8341
Jacksonville ,last week, Friday. Tuesday to spend the summer[|i zendorf, Joanne Fili, Judy El- \j the Watchtower Bible and
I It1 Monday from a month's bus- Merle Grider of Fernandina at the Edwards cottage on
Mrs. J. C- Stringer of Al- j I i iington, and Lynette Roddy i I Tract Society on "Who Will
iness trip to Boston, Mass. Beach is visiting his parents, Kingsley Lake and will also /
'1' 's,r achua visited Mr. and Mrs. ;: received individual awards for Rule The World." amo- ee
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider, I
Mrs. Edwards spent last I visit their parents, Mr. and
H. L. Hough last their first
Friday. j I place finish.
to with her j 'this week. Mrs. Caldwell and family -i 1
Thursday Sunday J. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Clye McKeeof j i Stanley Noegel received the THE RIGHT POINT for T w Stylist
Mr? IllCLIFFORD granddaughter. Tara High, in Merritt Island spent the .I Mr. and Mrs. Charles MY- of Starke, and Mr. .and I' ? way you write. Came in and Our Hair Style'
Jacksonville, while Mr. and ers and daughters of Jacksonville Mrs. W. H. Edwards Sr. inl !
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. f i select your favorite ESTER
THOMPSON Mrs.:High attended the Jaycee! F. H. Kramer. I were weekend guests Orange Park. Capt. Edwards [ |: ROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. of the Month 353 N. Temple Ave
convention in Tampa. I of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith. will attend the ROTC camp .
Route .1, Box 31-A Mrs. T. E. Strickland of I Elmer Hilberg has returnedto Mrs. W. A. Tanner and son in Virginia for several weeks;i; !f I --

trkeF Ia. Belle Glade spent Friday to! his home in Cleveland, I of Jacksonville were last during their stay here. I I Floridaa
J .n_ ':'." I : 1 \ I Ohio after five weeks :
Monday' with Mr. and Mrs. at the ; 'l'hursdayafternoon visitorsof Mrs. A. ,W. Chapman and
..fDR c: I rh:t .cOM'FOiU i Paul Raymond and Mrs. M. I Lake.Barry cottage on Kingsley I Mrs. E. E. Tanner. three children of Columbus, I

H. Lang Ga. are spending the summer .
with her parents, Mr. and ,
Mrs. E. E. Tanner while SFC I atreDOUBLE : -/I IF

Chapman is on maneuvers. I _

Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa
spent last week with Mrs. J.
W. Kincaid.Col. FEATURE
and Mrs. J. A. Griffin FRIDA V-SA TUIUlA Y

and Mr. and Mrs. C., H. Nas- MAY 25 -26
worthy attended the dedication -

Jviaan -- >atiirdai j,! of the Craig Field Arm- VALUE
} ; ory in Jacksonville Sunday af-

ternoon. STEREO SELECTIONS
j! Mrs. Myra Williams will re- ON

: i I turn to her home in Folkston, J F 5 DECCA, CORAL ALBUMS
'" e Ga. this weekend after ten ,
C days visit with Mr. and Mrs. i f DoritGive
Eugene Williams. I II PORTABLE STEREO CART ) (
/ : /
JO a.1 I Mrs. G. A. Gay has been in I t

.: na Doctors Hospital with pneu- [ up the ,
monia for the past two weeks.j ONLY

Mrs. Freeman Johns returned J S111J3"r q,
last week from a vacation r
1 i in Homestead,'where she visited 1Bt

50 5L /1J"t lC : : I her son, Airman 1-c Dil- I
: lard W. Judd and family. She
%
also stopped over in Winter ROLLS r",
.
Haven and'visited her broth- -AND- ANYWHERE- r .
}I er-in-law and sister Mr. andI ; It ', -
I Mrs. C. Hamm I
I THE WA'
Lavora Jean 'Spradley, dau- ,
Hew ghter of Mr.and Mrs. Brow- 1 .
l I ard Capps of Starke, will 4Dl MP T 11,.. when you buyBRAND
a Ii1FDpliti PRx 7IaIv
graduate with a Bachelor of
Exciting .Arts. Degree at Bringham 4 .JMCIfHHON I NEf.N

Young. University in Utah on I
May 25.
ROY e
aR RI Cpl. Joseph A. Gay of Fort -.
I
Bragg, N. C., and Miss Mary '_ NELSON PORTABLE t 4

I i Hodges of Gainesville were .N
weekend guests of Mr. and .
TheO I AUTOMATIC y
ly Mrs. G. A. Gay. > y

:Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- a
A .., t t one of worthy will move this week- A
end from their N. Walnut STEREO PHONO
'
C 1 It s. Kind Street home to the Bynum .,
I Perkins home ,on E. Call .....-.
_
: SUN.- ION.-TUES. 4-SPEEDS
qj "
i h I Street which they have pur- ,,
t
chased. MAY 27, 28, 29 Playa ill your "
',' $rM/monauril rtcortj:
Mrs. Claude l Moore of Tampa "
) I spent last week with her II'81DIUIIU8 ,,

VAGABOND CORNER f i mother Mrs. Eldon Trfrs. Ella Sapp Haislop.is spendIng 1 IIIOlislllrallI ..,.,I

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J several days with her sis-

_ I ter-ln-Iaw, Mrs.. D. M. Heathin CoMple"with f Control*.
301 'East Call Street Fort Lauderdale. ; SU1ii rleSbetl8 .utchhtg tpMkcr remote unit. '. Tern Contra!

1_ 1 Mrs- Louise -Jeffords has returned Fiat anywhere
to the home of her itfllEtlrNtsA: IY! Nb top to 11 ft away ,
:
V'. : GIFTS IMPORTS -- ACCESSORIES for best stereo 's.'i-4-- The DANCE-HUE a IteM 1TM7
j daughter, Mrs. George Hug- 2oME DYTUIE Affect! Fits snugly Smart luggage styling.Avail
gins, after being confined in TECHMCOIOR'aWARNEA BRosal'VED..THURS. in main unit ii. able in two-tone Charcoal
"Bradford' when not ht use. Gray and Silver color or
County Hospital the
.f HerQ.isa corner especially]] designed for Easy :Selection_ past two weeks following sur- two-tone Cray color Brown AC only and white/ 9995


I of. ..Gifts'-for all Occasions. Unique items for. ,you. and'Y6 r 1'visitors gery. Ther"'had, ilfs. _Earl as[ Tuesday Jeffords MAY\ no-si .

i : f and Mrs. Opel Heddiestoh of # HURRY LIMITED OFFER!

home | High Springs and Mrs- Pearl im. HUfOO=::.)JOSffH I rHK .

Rawls of Marianna. I,

Come In And Browse Free (Sifts! Driv- Permits- 1\1 GAY'S HOME;


The .county judge's office APPLIANCES tM

reported this week that t
ap- ,?;;; 1 era wrati yew
plieat2si9.'.l.r.t1rnr!5.I !licenses. NANOTANJAMESSHiGETAwi .
.e.
355 N.
t\ are behind schedule. County Temple Ave. .I"'T
s ;! Judge T. A. Yawn requests ,. WYQSHIUMEKI
,I' that all persons born in May Phone 964-7511

renew their licenses. r
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VRSDAY. MAY 24 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREE. '



Junior Women I Ella Gay Is I Louise Stern -

Hold AnnualDinnerDance : Honored Guest Piano StudentsTo WHAT, WHEN


At OES Meeting ': Give RecitalThe I AND WHERE I
i t I

The annual dinner.dance of: _. Ella Gay Grand Instructor 1 piano students of Miss
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-OG5J the Starke Junior Woman's :'-' : ___ ', I of District Eight of the Grand '! Louise Stern will be presented:
Thursday, Slay 24
Club was a delightful event of Chapter of Florida, was. hon- in a recital at 8 p. m. Friday'

--- Saturday night, May 12, at the i : r ored at the regular meeting ;I night May 25, in the Brad-I, BPW dinner meeting, installation -
of officers Garden Restaurant -
Camp Blandipg Officers Club. : ; of Starke Chapter 224, O.E.S.' ford High School Auditorium. '!

I.New members of the organization r 't t;; '. :; on .Monday evening. i!' In addition to solos by American f 7:30: p. m.

: were honor guests on this : __ After the opening of the composers featured on i
_
occasion. t_ 4A' ( Monday, May 28
chapter the honored guest
the program will be a piano :
Dinner was served buffet f Garden Club supper and installation
was introduced and escorted :
quartet by four intermediate
; ; 6:30'p.: m. homeof
&r'
style on the veranda of the .
to the East after being welcomed students. The advanced students -
club, with tables set up on the f : Mrs. Smith DeVoe.
by the Worthy Matron. will present works byj;
patio. Arrangements of sum- ; Medical Self Help training
Inez Hamilton. The Associate
,i Bohm, Beethoven Debussy i
_
mer flowers banked hurricane Matron, Katherine Singeltary, MacDowell and Brahms In''!' course. 7:30: 9:30: p. m. at

lamps on each table. ; ; : rang the school bell and asked both solo and two-piano num- ,i Health. Department.
Special recognition was givento J _
the Conductress, Evelyn'

Mrs. Joan Bradbury, who L_ -- iL tt' Honey to bring the guest tO|' bers.The will Miss Marty RozierTo
was in charge of decorations, following pupils
the school where she
4 ; L : and Mrs. Joann Sawyer and I Reception Given Pictured at reception in the Foster Shi Smith home last ( room participate: Jane Adams, Gre- Be Honored
: was told she must take a pro-
i her social committee for the I Saturday evening are the hostesses and Ironor guest ((1-r): gory Alvarez, Jimmy Alvarez, With Bridal ShowerBeta
ficiency test.
She then
-., I work they have done in this I At Smith Home Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, Mrs. F. S. Smith Miss Mary Agnes Mat I informed she had passed was the Marilyn Bollinger] Martha :
,
1' : department during the year. I Saturday Evening thews 3Irs J. H. DiiPre, 3Irs. 31. Williams, and Mrs. G. T.I! test with flying colors and I II II Bollinger, J. Roy Chasteen Sigma sorority will
: New members : Joyce Denmark Priscilla
and their hus-
I
r' .
Huggins.was meet Monday night, May 28,
J ', ," bands who were presented al:I I was presented_a diploma.along'witn Dodd., Romesa Dodd.. Patricia < H. _.
1< .. I Miss Mary Agnes Matthews i me whole school house, ai o OCIOCK at me nome 01
'": "" k :" '', .. : this time were: Mr. and Mrs. centered with an ing Edwards, Geraldine Gay, Har- ''Mrs.
:, / and Bob Ferguson, whose arrangement and caring for the 200 : which was a miniature red Lennard Register. A bridal -
,
;: ; : ,: :Jimmy Green, Mr. and Mrs! I of summer flowers. ry Hatcher HI, Suzanne Judd,
i marriage will be an event of I II guests were Mrs. Clyde Sin- school house containing a i shower will be given at
____ _, ;, :J 'r Jerry Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. J. i The fireplace at one end of! Lavern Outlaw Jr., Martha
'I' : June 23, were honored at a' clair Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., monetary gift. The Star points i this time for Miss Marty Ro
J;' 't reception and house I! Mrs. Eugene Williams Mrs. holding slates with the words zier.
open
', ,
!
i Jack Hazen, and :Mr. and Mrs., !with greenery and summer! I Sinclair, Rose Marie
at the love- ; Alice Anderson Mrs. J. "We Love You Ella" printedon
'I Saturday evening ; J.j,
A. L. The Starling, Judy Whitehead,
: Gregory. club sponsor -I I flowers. '
home of I Lipsey Mrs. Eoline them, "School Days. Lost !
ly new Mr. and_Mrs. : Smith sang ; and Patti White- Keys
Mrs. H. V. Knight, and I On the patio were tables Sylvia Dodd
I Foster Shi Smith on West I: Miss Penny Hollingsworth, Miss Gay was then escorted ,)
Mr. head. Mathews and Ar-
I Knight were also presented.Dancing I covered with rose and white i Betsy
I Madison Street. Hosts on ,II Mrs. Jack Eaves, and Miss i, back to the East where she' will The Starke Police Depart
chie Thomas serve as
was enjoyed duringthe : checked cloths, and cenreredwith '
I this occasion were Mr. and I Patricia Humphries. ; gave an inspiring talk on "In- cordially ment has on hand a quantity
evening, with music provided : candles. Mr. and Mrs. ushers. The public is
ed Jimmy Lawson and his I Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gil- ,: Jimmy Rowe received guests The honor guests were pre-, fluence. invited. of keys, one turned in as late
band. i I bert S. Newcomb, Mr. and I| sented with a silver butter After the meeting closed. as this week, which it would
here serving Coca-Colas froma
... Mrs. George T. Huggins, Mr. wheelbarrow filled dish: from their hosts as a : refreshments were served during BANK HOLIDAYThe like to return to their owners,

'Y and Mrs. :Merritt H., Williams, with memento of the occasion. Miss, the social hour. I i, if said owners would stop by
Intermediate Girls crushed ice.Assisting II
., f, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Du- Matthews was also presentedwith I Community State ,Bankof ; any time and claim same.

f _"; ",," .)..'i.t'i Auxiliary Feted Pre.Artistic I,, the hosts in serv- a white bridal corsage, TilE RIGHT POINT for the Starke and the Florida Of various and sundry sizes

: ) ki.: ; '.. .. arrangements all and Mrs. Matthews and :Mrs. way you write. Ceme in and : Bank at Starke will not be open and discriptions there are several -

,',.'\' .. ,,' ...;,,.--, ',N',,,.'t'.;.I1 ..'.':1---. ..'."." ,-, Friday At BanquetCircle yellow roses, white stock carnations !1 Mothers Honored I Ferguson were given pink cor-I select your favorite ESTER- : for business on Wednesday entire keyrings in the lot

: ?. ;,,<. "<. ;'i.-.t':; :"< ::' '" 'w" gladioli and'ivory Little Women sages from their hosts as they BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE May 30 Memorial Day, a legal being held for their owners at
.., ;: .. ",.. .... One of the MadisonStreet By
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"" ,:''f':IJ:. 't, :.-. .,;.. ...to.. .... ;"" mums were used throughoutthe arrived. 'i GRAPH. holiday in Florida. the police station.
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I Rantist; Phniv_ _____, u-it.}__I I ft H I IN
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--r--- home while pastel water I At Monday Meeting
'Miss Mrs. JX L. Thomas as leader
I ,( Gwendolyn Dugger, James Thomas lilies, centered with lighted
I honored the Junior and In- I
II i Wed Saturday in Garden Ceremony termediate Girls Auxiliary lighted candles pool floated on the in terrace the blue-at'' Members Club honored of the Little their Women's mothers -- .


;; Miss Gwendolyn Jean Dug- ] white ruffled organdy cloth, I quet and last their Friday leaders evening at a in ban-the the front entrance. I, lation at their regular instal- ,
meeting Monday night ,
ger. daughter of Mr. and with a lace Mr Newcomb greeted
11 1 cuff arranged education building of the s. in I
the club
,i\\ ?!rs. L. E. Dugger of the State I i around the cake. :Mrs. C. J.I church. guests as they arrived, and i house. I

j Farm and James E. Thomas' Johns," aunt of the bride assisted j The banquet table was cen- Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Du- i Miss Mary Ann Long, president I
and her
mother
$ of Jacksonville son of Mr. by Mrs. L. W. Pace cut : tered with an arrangement of Pre presented them to the receiving -, Mrs'l
Gene the
,
Long greeted
and Mrs. Frank E. Thomasof the cake. The punch table line which stood in I
Easter and white and
I lilies bers and their mothers at the
I Hampton were married I was covered with a white organdy i I, yellow gladioli and fern, flanked front of the fireplace in the I'

I Saturday. afternoon at 4:30: i' cloth over yellow and on either side with white club room. The walnutpaneled door.Miss Long conducted the

i o'clock in the garden of the I was centered with a crystal 1 candles in crystal holders. mantel held a fan-shaped I business meeting and Bar-

I bride's home. Rev. Robert C. I II punch bowl. Mrs. DeWitt Sin- j The green yellow, and white ;, arrangement of white gladioli I bara Blankenship gave the
Gray of Jacksonville performed clair and Mrs. Joe Wallaceof Shasta daisies and Fugii !
I
[ place cards made by the : devotional. Miss Sandra Sol-

the ceremony. I the State Farm and Miss i girls, carried out the G. A. j mums. I ano sang "The Day the Rains I .

Potted palms magnolia Carolyn King of Jacksonville "color motif. Beside each place II I Ij Standing in the receivingline r Came." accompanied by Miss

branches, and white gladioli phesided at the punch bowl.j setting were gardenia corsages -\ were Mr. and Mrs. Smith Janet Hardy. at the piano. .:. :, \ 'IFor Modern

were placed around a white Miss Virginia Irwin kept ,thebride's : as favors. I j Miss Matthews Mr. Ferguson, 'I ;
her
Miss Long annual
gave ,
trellis which formed improvised ,
an :
: book. I A skit was presented by the and the mothers of the hon- report, mentioning the $60 ,' ': MERMAIDS

altar where the marriage In the receiving line with I girls on GA. work directed I ored couple Mrs. V. R. FergU- that was given to the Senior I .

vows were spoken. the bride and groomwere the i by Mrs. W. M. Dunagan. Rev. son and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.' Club for beautification of the : I

The bride had as matron of : bride's mother the bride- I Dunagan closed the program I I Mrs. C. L. Scholl directed I first island on U. S. 301 North I I;

honor her sister Mrs John- i groom's mother the matron with a talk on the,Star Ideals. : guests to the outside upstairs in commemoration of the 50th 99

ny-Stephens. and bridesmaidswere deck the patio, af-i .
: of honor and the brides- overlooking- anniversary of Girl" Scouts. 499 6
Miss Barbara Bates of ,1 maids. Rehearsal Dinner j ter which Mrs Huggins and I i She thanked all her committeemen TO
the State Farm, Miss Glenda 1
? N. S. Dankel directed ;
Later, in .the afternoon the 4i. ) and members of the
Guttering of Jacksonville, and : For Dugger-Thomas
table
refreshment |
them to the
couple left for a wedding tripin I club for their cooperation in

Miss Gwendolyn, Knabb,- of the Carolinas. The bridewore' Wedding PartyMr. in. the dining room. assisting her 'in carrying out Whatever figure
yocr ,
,Macclenny. i \b
Covered with an imported i I
I for traveling a two- II their duties during the past
Dudley Hardy of Starke piece suit of white linen with and Mrs. Claude Johns white cutwork cloth, the table i year. She also thanked .their t :$ f'.i: whatever your size, yew

was, best man. while serving I pink accessories, and an orchid entertained members of the was centered with a long arrangement -! sponsors Mrs. J. W. Kincaid" I can find a flattering swimsuit -
l\
as ushers were Richard and I Iit74.c: ,
i I from her bouquet.Mr. Dugger-Thomas wedding paltywith of yellow roses and Mrs..J.-K: Wainwright for i

Leonard Dugger brothers of a turkey dinner at their stock carnations, and ivory i, their assistance during the ,-,' at Carp's! See our
and Mrs. Thomas will i I
the bride, Henry Hall of'Key- home last Friday night at the mums. At one end of the past year. t1IIV& of
reside in Jacksonville after dazzlfng collection
stone Heights, and Randy State Farm. Miss Jean Dugger's table was a silver punch bowl ;
June 1, where the bride is a Mrs. O. L. Soholl installedthe
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Johns of Starke. I -
marriage to James E. at ,which Mrs John M1. Miller in > 4 "cV glamorous new styles.
afternoon senior in St. Luke's Hospital i following officers a ;
Mrs. Stevens wore an
Thomas was an event of Sat-': presided. Silver trays and
dress of aqu.organzaj) School of Nursing, and Mr. beautiful ceremony: president, 4 -
Thomas is employed with the urday afternoon. compotes held dainty\ sandwiches i Sally Ann Epperson; vice- ir Cotton, Lulu ead bit
with matching headpiece and Tables were arranged in the cakes, nuts, and mints, I j '
St. Regis Paper Company I II Jackie Bales '_. _
president ; recording Fabrics
!
accessories. She carried bouquet j dining room and on the sun I Gracing, the buffet was an',' I 1_ 4_
_ of yellow carnations.The Mrs. Effie Johns' and Mrs.J. secretary, Henree Lou ,
porch for 25 guests who en- ivory and white rose tree en-
.
bridesmaids' dresses were R. Rye grandmothers of joyed the affair. Each table 'twined with greenery and Dennis; corresponding secre- I + ____ j Sofid Colors, Prints,
i '
'
t styled like that of the matron I the bride. were among the out was covered \\ith.a cutwork .flanked by two silver candelabra tary, Marcia Haynes: and i 'I Plaids

of honor and in shades of town guests.Garden \ treasurer. Carol Searing.Mrs. ; ,t' .
were I _
- cloth and was centered with an holding ivory tapers. "I '
I /4 Skirt Pleated!
Styles
of yellow, with matching I arrangement of pink roses and After refreshments in the I Scholl paid special tribute ; ,

headpieces. They carried Club .o bachelor buttons, and white dining room, guests were I to Mrs. Kincaid ,for Her '-'S Skirt and Boys' Leg
k
.
bou-I I ,
quets of aqua carnations.Mrs. untiring efforts in organizing : Styles
mum! Silver holders with tall I shown to the recreation room
Randal Chitty of Installs New'Officers pink candles completed the downstairs, where Mr. and I| the first Little Women's Club i : '
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; _
I ____ I Sizes 32 to 31, Extra
of Starke. Mrs. Scholl ,
i
"Because" and
gave
Starke sang table ment. Ritch hosts. i
arrang Mrs. Jim were ,
"The Wedding Prayer" accompanied Monday Coffee was poured by Mrs. the first annual report of the I, ,, : -' Sizes 38 to 44

by Mrs. Henry The Starke Garden' Club Fashion ShowIs Ritch and refreshments ser- Little Women's Club showing ,, *' t. \ WMHIB'I $tr.wHall $1

Green at the organ. will hold an installation of ved from a lazy susan which their accomplishments during -: : ;I ;) s..ud. ....................
The bride, given in marI FeatureOf their first year. She had this _
officers at the May meeting and framedand 'S \ whit D.S. MI* a.BatWif .
riage by her father, was lovely report printed 7gc
in a gown of silk organza Monday night following a covered FHA MeetA Coke Party Given presented it to Mrs. Kin- UfiMen's ..."...........

medallions I' dish supper at the homeof I caid at the close of the meet- ij

with embroidered Mrs. Smith DeVoe 540 fashion show was the feature Fnr Miss. Matthews.'I! :__ ......_ c:>r_....._" ..1__ _,._ I .
_ over the full skirt that feU West I, attraction when Future -- ---- ills. iv.uaociiuu; eua u WloIiCU ti.,"_- ,:.' ':"';; {!', \lil I -- --- I I
Adkins
gracefully from a fitted back., 6:30: o'clock.street startingat Homemakers of America held June BrideElectMiss thaLher daughter, Joyce, was !
of the first president when it
She carried a bouquet I \
their
regular monthly meetingat
Mrs. William Linz, District 'was organized in 1955. GIRLS' 7 TO 14SWNTS
white satin roses, with stephanotis
Bradford High School Mon- Mary Agnes Matthews, I .
I centered with a white Five Director, will be the in- bride-elect: of June 23. was i At the close of the installa- Swim Trunks
I'
orchid. Her only ornament stalling officer. Mrs. M. F. day.Girls modeling garments they complimented at a Coca-Cola I tion, guests were invited into '

was a single strand of pearls.I Hazen out-going president, had made in home economics party last Saturday morning: the dining room where refreshments II

I The fingertip veil of bridal : will preside over the business R. F. Demorest! were served froma
I classes were: Ruth Mann, given by Mrs.
t ) illusion was caught to a tiara meeting, when annual reportswill Angelina Dicandio Linda Pad- and Mrs. C. A. Knight at the lovely tea table overlaid with I 299 399lastex. >

_I of small pearls and lace. I II be given. The treasurer gett Evelyn Griffiths, Odessial West Call Street home of the a lace cloth and centered witha 199 .ad

I Mrs. Dugger the bride's ; will accept dues which are Melton, Gwen Tanner Linda latter. i silver candelabra. All appointments -

( mother was dressed in an afternoon -,I payable in. May. i Hagar Elaine Knowles, Beth The white bridal motif was i, on the table were -' cottons end Chromspun

frock of moss green I' Mrs. A. L. Crosby and Mrs.V. :Martin, Janet Nichols, Carol expressed in graceful arrangements -* of silver. Dainty cakes, sand- knits in solid colors, plaids end

organza with gold accessor- V. Hazen will be cohostesses. Ward Sandra Shealy, Wanda of stock Fugii mums,j wiches, nuts. mints and punch leg stri styles.es. Pleated skirts and boys'

1 ies.. She wore a white orchid Siemer, Sue Ballard, Betty Lou shaggy daisies and roses placed -( were served. Don River Wovin

: corsage. Wainwright, Judy McRae, and at vantage points throughut : Plaids

I The bridegroom's mother Masons To Meet Terry Barry. .the party rooms. The refreshment ., Laitex 4 to Cx Swimsuits

_ Mrs. Thomas, wore a dress of During the business sessionit table in the dining TroyTakes 'Rome ljs. Woven cotton -

,, i, pink lace with white accessories' -, Next'Monday was announced that Sharon room, covered with a beauti- plaids and solid 199 'T

_, and a white orchid cor- Harrell was winner of the annual ful white organdy appliqued [I Jf\.BOxercnd\ color cotton
The regular meeting of
I. selling project and she cloth, was also centered with i II I II
sage.A Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. & ,
reception held after 'I L.d
\ was was awarded a compact with the same white bridal flowers. _
knits..J
A. M. will be held at 8
m.
: the ceremony on the lawn of p. the PHA crest. Coca-Colas were served, from Sizes S, M, L
the bride's home. The bride's ( Monday, May 28, in the Ma- The refreshment committee a silver tray at one' end of TOTS' 1 TO 4

; table was covered with a sonic Temple. invited the group to the foods the table and silver trays held .- .
I .. _-_
room where the organizational sandwiches and macks.I -
: dainty Men's Print Lastex and
\ officers' served refreshments. I The receiving line compos hI. .y4 _%_+ 299 Sun Suitsioirforiied
I I "
Helenea Knit in Solid Colors
I II ed of Mrs. Knight; Miss Matthews -

( \ Vote For Ewell LawsonA :I! Davis Piano the honoree; the hon- I long leg Style. Sizes S, M, L Cotta

oree's mother Mrs. E.1.. Mat-', .
who knows needs.
man your Ravfflba styles,
i Recital Set thews: Mrs. V. R. Ferguson, I _' .: _ _ _ _ %, checks, embossed $

Next ,mother of the bridegroom- .
Thursday cottons somowitfc
Vote For Ewell LawsonA elect; and Mrs. Demorest, .c
ppiiqws.Boys' .
man who needs the job. Mrs. E. M. Davis will present stood on the enclosed porch : 8 OYS Swim ,. and ,Irk'
I her piano where several arrangementsof '
pupils in a recital I styles.

I Thursday night, May 31. pastel garden flowers were

'I Vote For Ewell LawsonA at 8'' o'clock at the Starke placed vantage. points. 1 -. Trunks

man who can talk to you after election. I' Woman's Club., The public is The hostesses presentedMiss 1'Troy Donahue, favorite star ofAmerica's 7... .8' '

i invited. Matthews with a Circus [ teenagers, is paired { .. Walking Shorts t
Vote For Ewell LawsonA j Appearing on the program ,I rose. corsage and the cookbook 'with newcomer Suzanne' 'Ptehette -'- ,

man who is not connected with any Political. : will be: Peter Fancher, Carol i "I Hate to Cook" as a | in Delmer Dares' pro- JR. BIG Wash 'n wear chevron cords in solid colon, 199

Group or Clique. i, and Don Hardy, Mary Alvarez -' memento of this delightful I idurtion of "Borne Adventure," BOYS' $1 BOYS' 199 Dan River woven plaids jr. boys 3 to 7;

; Janet Nichols, Walter occasion.; :the Warner Bros.' Technicolor 4 ft ,10Boxer SML: .
Vote For Ewell Lawson Prevail Sandra Haas Susan Mrs. J. W. Andrews assisted ,romantic drama opening Sun- -

I A man who will always be your Friend. J and William Scoggins, ,Wanda the hostesses in serving. day at the Florida Theatre.'Angle styles !in bright woven Dan River Men's Shorts
i < .' and Rossaao Walking
: COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 Lewis, Anthony Drew Dickinson plaids. Jockey and long leg solid
I Melody Cuttino Bobby Shep- Buddy McRae, Billy McRae,, Braizl are also starred hi the ,color lostex., Built-in z.es.in; 299
I Second Wash 'n chevron solid
color
Primary May 29th. !! yard, Linda Paterson, Mary Beth' and Dorothy Mixon. Mi-.,4 contemporary story filmed ex- wear cords ond
_ _ woven checks. Machine wojhoWe. Sizes 2938.w ..
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I Sue Underbill Denise Wink- chael Sheppard will be a, tensively on location In Italy.

I ler. Janice Ritch, Linda Lee, guest pianist -adv.


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I: P ._OJPOty1lt.-,,, ., RRABFOMJ'COtNTY' 'l'lLEG'RAPH.-STAJUtEI'L01U'DA.' ; -._ _ _- THURSDAY. MAY21, 1962

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F .. _- ..:..-'.......:........ '." : . : O' ,' ./;.:' .. HQmaklflgfrd I Survival *Classes I Near DroughtBroktnSunfoy I light week on the bench. r SEVENTH DAY Day, the men were assembled
wbere thej
r 'ee 2 ; "f ; """ ". ; Bloom F. Peoples public-In ADVENTIST CHURCH | at the Armory
i ., J, ;- ; ;': 1 \ (, Be- ghM28. toxication five days in 'jail. held open house in the after
', ,!rt tr:',- "" ;'.t1. : .,.' ',: I, : TI..: ,'SdMo er..l. ) '. Danny Jery, Negro public Sabbath School Saturday noon, for those interested in
\ cki
I St .. :. Civil Defense -| 9:30: a. m. Morning_Worship, this branch of the country
rJ I' intoxication sentenced
I rit Director"for..Bradford f? lri' JP : to a 11 a. Located between Wilson -
m.
\ DqW WrinfToGq/f/ Albhe? Af4stt-gfris ;reg-' .' I' !fine of $27.50 or five days in protection.6" ....
advises classes "
County, that and Griffis
: Road Loop.
: tstere4 for.tfr-d:5', :: 9, 19,..U. and: | jail. Rev. and Mrs. Mornsmissionaries
f 17 forVthej U&2$3 tseheoi lehn iri. *?>rspnai Survival in"'D4s-1 f.Y3ri' "" 0tt4; "long dry'pPll" E. L. Marley, pastorjPhons

The jfeUiil .Trpde-.Cpfahffttfee. oftthe* : hiotional.effort, has be n'promig d withf!.areU ibXp't9; ;paftidpaU-"- a\ aster will" be giyeri atr. theState that .almost assumed George Griffis, failure to 964-1324. Bnrcjbnan.Viejues...: .,...... .. to(

Starke .Chamber of Con; \erce is to be j in the n ext twp 'weeks. It goes, without ipeefafr.h e'iika&ing;; jcoitfse", tote ;;.. : Farm Community "Club prbjiprikins: : .of a -serious; have vehicle under control !' Puerto Rico, were asabernaele
complimented having gathered t saying thatrthrthoufeKt and fef 6rt'tq : 'Braftt-Jr.J;House' starting May 28. 'and causing an accident. forfeited TABEKNACLC I Tuesday night
on 6iae;! ; conducted; at, thi& I droughj.rar: : broken Sunday, l
.
momentum in: its effort:lefitr njsthen; :gq'into that' prbgyanv "ill| perhapi'haV&mqre1 ; !County High; :'School tiiUhs&rsmcr -The 12 "hour -course* will be ,',whenrain, ,,fell,. in a potty pat-, bond of $$27.50.'' On behalf.- ,'of the 'Gideons.I ,' infie interest kof Air word
the retail phase of this.-ffjtV'i( tcojiDmy. : ; .effect than's s,ny'attempt in ; : Jfri's from'BrpQker: Hamp completed in two week with temitt"" some parts of the Ovis Jones pu11i intoxication -, among the peopje} of the 1san& *
,
: classes oQ'Monday three i..' Quigley .presented! each
days in "
tolid' .i (, JTuesday. : jail. The Brackmans have
: wtey.J -
Merchants:, attending TscIay'smeeting : 'er 'tQ correct &pme of,,tbe results! of ; : .the ,I oounjyf .accompanied by lightning *
""* ; High Seoo1aie'jnvted!. : .to 'at and Wednesday of each. week. ,haRe, high winds, and at harry Ben Loper. unlawful :'member of the National Guard many friends in; Stai'ke who!

cir the''comnHtt' were., askedPbintk1Anky our,v *past errors. i tend Stucjeats: **;r.'must:,provide Persons, eni, ninican i a attend.... least" espxall twister".... that.,speed forfeited bond of $37.50.! Wi&; a New Testament Sund areialways |lad'to greet then'
,
i ; ; Cli irroaiL CharIe Syyr The time':should be 'al an enl 'when thir" l' traiisportai\ "'. ;.either the'mot;: thg. cUss':from 'hit jnarke.The Joe Bazan, public intoxication \ t morning at ti o'clock.; and.keep in .(ouch with theii|

if' !tt '}vs':'their !intention and deiire we need to jrioralize at length' why any, ,,Thnnni, ,rH'. m. 1n. k 1g i"JO 'to'. 12 'or' tl\e'' evening ,class ':New River fire tower: forfeited:, ond of. $27.50ri, This.,. being Armed. Forces work., ,

to; |,d\iert; J jse and promote retail1 events one should 'slripjn this, city. ShoppiP} ?'Prognmwill-'* !l1i "Ju4: : 11'.from .$ .to 7..' .. 1[reported .tte. heaviest rainfall, ,

on a city-wide basis or to; 'g b:1 lt alone." f Is, without': question, primarily a ).matter } -1('and;; cbntiaiie; hroiigb\; Auis:, Ina&mueh) as there 'are no ''.80' inch: and': 'Louis Hill towerat ,

The_ ,question was well-timed' and of; c nics-in this case a matter i IS.: _t i An; .organizational meeting, classes 'in survival scheduled .ii IigblaTiati! .30 icho rain

well _tate by the. ehairman and the of good merchandising, good promo,|wlU be' held June iV at >"a' : "in.i, for bounty the, summer anyone who in ..Bradford is Interested .. ..- ',-"iilt: $: "'! 'ce iW.\ Sundaj"1; in the ASH AND: CARRY tq\lJ'
'Unanimous (in the H6ine'.Ecori6mics'Department nortbse: of the county -
.
; reply of some .fifteen members topal"ffort consistent with, good pub- is to attend thesei 4 : \
urged
i present! was Equally efeptlrd. rela'tioria. .' i I of We Stark Righ&lool.' classes at the prison. They ::: .. 4iFqr.rst, Service sild. :
( Additional.Classes'will jbe> f ona-i I SASHirtti
l i Until i Sjmday's break in: the
The 'decision by. those prese'rit to That will be thankless. are under the. direction of : JALOUSIE SASH
\ there some ;'ted I according: ,tp t ihg! iatarests i ; :drougJ iT the cotmty had had AWNING .
meet Starke's. retail promotion' problems .,.,- hours contribute in getting a.rprk: ;I of"the.girls. Probable. topics inI -, palph pIton Jr., who instructed less t than. a third of an- inch of '12 19'i 26" -V--- 6.56
with solid is'also .. several classes in Starke. No. 12 19" x 26"No' 11.20 No. x
front -
a jeoni Mich 'all I elude summer food'prepaia-
able l $ ppbrt'ivthcontinuity rain dating' the first threeI .
plari, : : wJlt :
1-4" $ 8.63
,. 19" 38 -
m hJabj jr THis\ acjiqn i is eesary and, ; taU goes : .
tfibugh) years r'l late t in iming-"-not!'too i IM\ ,question t th&t this U re !jonojttics\ orientation grooming,I RegistrationFor I -. far-below-nor" 22 37" x 26" . :si4,5' No. 22 37" x '26"N0. !t $ 9.31:
: > ?; a $12.06
; 1-4"
f late.; S ch teenage problems! And manners : l mal, inches in April the'r 'No. 23 37" x 38 14"$1856 23.37" x 38 -
quli ; 3'j .
;' Other areas be ex- 1st Graders 24 -37" 50. 5-8" $ 4.38
; x
may 1M
t Except fbr spasmodic promotions, prolonged .djought was begin-;: No. 24 37" x 50 5-8" + Jfo.
Sleanwhile; each one of us ctn'pause 1 1or dif: requested by the i r -$26.8-8
( the.merchants. Starke have" never_ .sat and perhaps .resolve ,tp what .ext ttudtht : .. I Registration for. pupils en-i ning to_ .damage pastures and LUANMOHDOORS.: .Jalousie Doors "J" '

down together: and placed into effect. tent we cart,s9pporttlieir efforts in'our T '"As 'all girls are required tol tering the first grade: of Starke i spring 'Iuckcrcps. in Bradford! : : ',1 ,"' .SHEET-ROCK

an ov r-all, continuous retail promo- behalf. ; ,' ,flake- at least one year of homeij Elementary School next term'County. 2-0x6-8x13-8 -l'iJ5.61. : ,4".x g'x. .>:,8".pei. pc StA9|
tion .of. goods .and services available to : ;,;. i j economics. :to graduate' from will be held Friday, June 8,I During the first four months;; 2-6 x 6-8 x 1 3-8 __ __ -- -:- $ 6,33 M

families' ,throughout the city's rightful Meanwhile' too; ,we might ponder. abit" 1 hlgh'l school?l. our summer-rpr_ \>:from 9 a. m. until 3 p. raat jUf\ 12. the county has had 2-8 x 6-8 x 1 3-8 _. ? .$ 6:69J : PAINTS : 'Per: Gal

trading. area. : gram provides 'an 'excellent 'opv the elementary scnrol office,,I only 12.77 inches of rain, as, 3-0 x 6-8 x 1 3-8 __ _. :$ 7.05 Plio-.vin--__;_'----- --i.-- $3..13
A"' 'Where we gojng? rtunity:for" them to ,'gel.:.f- acquainted Principal, P. T :Noln announce -i compared with 17.86 for the It' __ __ -,1.46
; comprehensive; month to month, are 2-8 x 6-8 x 1 3-4 __ __ .L'. 'F '{ -" -- -- ---- -- -
lear-ipund: of continuous And do want-to alone? with the Ht>nietrlakingl 4 : prpgj m pro- .*we.,. gq t. 3-0 x 6-8 x 1 3-4 I. -- -- -
,* '?' 1 1 \ / 1'<" Department of the high school .To enter the first grade, a:! March has been the wettest 3.05
f 3-4 w-lites $13,26 :funtex __ __ ---
((3-0 6-8 x 1 ,
t J.t' < and to atouiri practical skills,|child is required lo be sis:limonth so' far this year with x -' '
S
Hi$ Future
_. ..stated.., 11962. Every parent must submit other.' months have been way. -. I 4.-... ,. .... .
I: the child's birth certificate':below normal. January had __ __ 'J_ $3.08 1-4" 4x8 per pe. : ':'- '3-IU
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1C 8 ---
Occasionally! there appejiH oh'lthe Such men should be given every en- g Iar attendance is arg"fed. 1-4" 4 x per pc.

political t .s ere > ,pan 5vho. seerps Destined couyagemen\ Jo t }enter the field of polities t ." Itrs. Gibson adaed, "but,at' the time of resgistration. If.only 2.87 inches, as comparedwith 38"I x 8 per pc. __ ___ __ $.1.12 312" 4x8 pecSf. -- -- -- -- 4.60
I)riot tequirfed/ !!the parents do not have a birth}' 4.33 inches last yearFebruary __ ,4x8 pe'rc 5.847.8S
__ S5.36
to beSb P.1e ,a .}!cader.KO one can for alineverykfacet l of .qur, lIfe 1-2" 4 x 8 per pc. ; -
certificate for the child, theyi was likewise dry pc.--------
safely predict the" 'futtfrV- st of'"all i is affected by those who represent' us No credits are ava.rded'fd, ma-1! I should apply for one now audIt | with only 1.90 as compared. 3-4", 4x8 "per pc. u __ $7.20 3-4" 4 x. 8 per ,

1 in the fickle'*dria of politics:-but there 'in* oiii"' city, county, state, and national]Summer participation. A $ it to the school office by!wi1El3; in February 1961.:, '
terials
fee of dollar is
is. a young man who has entered the governments. It is of utmost .import. one for food assessed -,August 15, Mr. N olin said. I|:April- .w.,, only 2.03 inches of, : FRAMING LUMBER :? ?. ..r'!
each
fiefo' of ppHtfW 'an| jDUvar County, that ance that those whom we. elect be men preparation a&d student! refreshment?. Each child registering should j[rainfall' as. compared with S' 10" 12' 14' 16'';; No. 2 Pine

I ive..belie\-} .\vjll} ar:1\'atrhl g. He is, .a of: the highest quality.: \ "' pare.uts: "' Vn": d\ student? complete all immunizations for 4.63 'incnes in April 1961. .54 ,.67 .80 .94 1.07' $100 per 1000'
2 4 "
I ypung !mah'JW 'fibility, eharact, and Like all of his fde ds.'Iii this area, throughout- Bradford County! communicable disease during'| The'? Florida: Forest Service x per pc. 1.40 $100 1000'
-s N "fe v summer including booster I reported several forest fires, 2 x 6 per pc. .&:0 1.00 Ii20T.76 J.6.0 -- per
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Tision, :iio' shQUld far ir.fiis early we wish forTpm'dea young bus>i are invited to call';Mrs. Maxine! 1000'
i j ; go' : [shots,\;and during"1 August each 8 1.18 1.47 : 2.06 2.35. $110 per
stertjaj J> 2 x
? y ipghtnihg during: per pc.
ness, man |J11 Jackso; v..%! .a lo'tig'"and!:GfcaoVat t:96i: 5751 during I ; ,
l is ire ,
pif ttical "
sHwIng p ajeumen.,: a ga beginning pupil should; have a uudav' afternoon's thunderstornL ,) t '
.
\ ; t- k ": successful\ jjaireer, TifirQiigh' 4ed.tca-f< | ho l''houts.t. 969-1421 after I I :. !' .. I
examination,!. 't
thorough physical '
to the futurL'J t' \ Fprest Ranger J.- C.preya ROOFING
\ schooi : tNO. 2 pine :
t hours f additional in .
"' .,! tion integijity and ) )wefeehfeicontribution1'to" | r .
.t Vr ii 'V"i *" *5 ability the principal said. : ttr.t urged extreme'eaution '\ .. *
T)1ert) are, few areas of life i iarwhichthe.iiiffuenceVpf \ his tate( nd nation!formation'abQut the program.MYF .I "* 1 2-'FIoo __7.56
220 lb. Shingles @ sq.
"f A -i '*$ .. i .1 in discarding: ; cigarettes 1'1'x 4 No. l- i L_ __ $110.00 -- --
) good mei|,!b mo .i important Tvould pro 1' .valuable...\ 'fc asset. .to our., I CARD OF THANKS .and,. matcheav.: in the, 1 x 6 'T-Jt. &. siding -- $115.00 90 lb. Roll Roofing @ __ -- $3.35

to the: welfare, our |ition., tin??. Election With deepest gratitude we,woods.;, ip :q conditions are. 1 x 8 siding __ $115.00 15 Ib. and 30 lb. Felt@: -- $2.45))

1: t oJ -or i Held Monday extend this word of thanks for[1M i!! 'bl1l11; spite Qf Decent'. ; 1 x 6 T.& G _. ---'' __ ? __' __ $115.00 .5 "c. Calv. Roofing @ $11.)6; Sj(

I wfe bt1bIThoe\ tetlers iNow: ': I I the many'tind' of sympathy -tsho\Vers. 1 x 6 No. 2s 4 s $110.00
"
: I II !: The Methodist Youth Fellowship expressed by. thoughtful'r the Fi4Ljj_ :week werereport&I" in lxSNo.2sls __ __ __ __ $105.00. CEMENT __ __ __ _- __ $1.17
.
f past with 36 acre, .
M \ Sub-District held an i friends. These I kindnesses "
'* li' I have .burried.Since{( 3IORTAR MIX __ __ __ _I 1.32:
'Vhne:*t ti puflisner the owner of j This is in the democratic tradition election of officers at a meeting .' meant much to us. January l' -'It '

tiis.own..ijev jpap r! therej i is one page in oiie that has made our country, strong in the First Methodist.j The family of M. J. McRae there have been 143 fires with CD Interior Sheathing Plywood: i

it that ,.: itt .hte siie.pGgsesgi&n. Neither and our newspapers respected.):' 'v,* Church of Lake City, Monday I. 1,060 "awes burned, as comJparedt -, 10' < Charge For Any
1-2" 4x8 __ __ __ $4.20
|, THE RIGHT POINT far the ; wiUi 73 fires and 360 per'pC'
; does it to advertiser night May 21. The subdistrict'.includes' ,
belong any If it is tradition that has not
a __ __ __ __ J Merchandise Returned
wr 3-8" 4 8 ; 98
'does the First Methodist -I way feu te. Come In andselecfyoor j acres burned during the same. x per pc ,
it to ho mat '
nor bejoag any group, been 'gtr rigthened in recent years jt favorite ESTER- t last I *

ter the power or influence it. possesses. may b due to some laxness on tlp. ai t.' -'Methodist Church:; of Starke, andotter I, DROOl) Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH -jperiod 1, year.. jIMA Home Owned And 'Operated-All Merchandise Fully Guaranteed

... It. is the ,e'ctttorlal l page of the he1 ws- of'newspaper readers. : =; : Churches in- .' *'> .
tire" 'l' YOR'S
.. : area ,,, ,. COURT .
whichUruly tha'riewspaper's .
paper-the
j page may be that reader STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Inc.
Orjt more \ .
"-.. are Newly elected officers are: I, TLeeNnI j '" II .
z readers own.r in complete with the editor's Just six gases were tried in
agreement Columbia : "
Libby O'Bryan City '
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(
r) : :. True, the editor reserves a columnfor comments .and .opinions. -- Circuit,. president; Medford, I MayorX. : :" Court Monday asMayor PHONE 964-.4201 ,; 4 AT S-AU DEPOT
: the expressions of the newspaper : : Randal Chitty had a
:
lAke
In either Kelly, Butler, vice president -
i ij i js not.
case good
; a state
: itself public questign local or otheris ni :. Starke
; 'r. on. of affairs. ; Eug : k&r4, I
m >. secretary;, ;L a van Dukes, !
j'' =1 .Bqualijr triie, it maintains'' a1 '"Let- .And it would! be an even more sad Worthington Springs, treas

2* ters to. The jEoUtor"'column..which yoiiT state of affairs, we think, if we were urer., S : |

( or apyo: ,e may use to .express, 'other remiss and faitedJo: .''c draw" 'this. to your. '' Mrs: Roy Bed badgh of the I
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4 =: opinion l bg they in* agreement! Xith attention.' : Columbia City 'Circuit w selected
:If feel have : to \'counselor {or 'the district -
the :hewspaper or otherwise. 4' -. you you something ". '
: ..Oneo|: the functions: of a ne\vs- say; if it has riot been id before, or ;
This rwas the forward
'formerly
::: papei'i3 1 to'stimulate-thought' and'co'mment you perhaps can say it better, then by i group

= 'by the:Cjtizenry !on subjects. of all means write :one ,o'f those "Letters. .'New name Life will Sub-District'be chosen: : but and anew .. Retirement? ( 4 i' :, :. I

interest. 'ro,The pditpr"r-now! : r r' 'S. $ ,,44 J
general
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-BROOK The- Brooker GAINESVILLE-Floratine, ani) of fallout protection was I to'-the, 'ladies fro&'Keystone in' !

:-f: ,rmera Market has finished improved fype, g f grass ,forihom'e given at the Rotary Club'I a' match, *r they: Starke. Golf I to; ;

'tha.-'run on beans :and novrlsj j owners* i 1s HOW avaUablej Wednesday by Wm;, R. GunbyJr. I and Country"Club.Prises : >'
; according t6the ,Universityof were5 Awarded 'by the Yea-can. make I
..arketlng cucumbers. II. O.i of a Jacksonville firm of I 1 yourretirement
j -Harrell, manager of the';' Florida's. Agricultural! Ex., architects that, recently conducted '[pro, Ted Fox, :to Jane Menzen: :, 1 IUFI ; r' ,

Zjr rket, 8Utes 'I weather!periment Station. 'The new St.! a. preliminary survey and Pansy Hawea '4'Uo tied for '
Augustine strain has advantages I low net and to Freda : tirn-7nADt
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-has affected the cucumber dreams come true .I
over many Qthers. Flora- for low gross woreUottr .
\ crop.\viih ?jbet The. picture, Is spotty:tine Is lower growing, free of The speaker said there were Parks"' aa\1jigf: ,tj&e.hardest time; ,
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weeds and has more numerousleaf the also f GENERAL
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MELRQSE...The.contr.oversyl: I These are [portions oil. the Members: from Keystone 1 iJi ; COMBI'NATIQN4UTOMAT
i''weye Vesta Aiken, Jane Men-:
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Lti3t Churcji b.43: recently 'unr has been. 86Ulod. Tuesday the zea. Gena Chriatoffers, Louise. -
: : Florida Bank *Starke [now.I
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; Tlie new look I decided,.to accept: the-road at Baptist Church ..educational1buijfling I Parks,'Sq'.Invyel'; Ferri Garber,i : -A A 'famm

: I -comes ,f rora portico wjjichrhaa Florahonie into 'the ''county the U.S.; post':MOfice' I Hilda,Jackson! Lilly Lee. Freda"Wjrniann I Pit8your: 18,: .

) i bei\fbuUt and 'a, new.'neon systemThe.: ..road was'"pajt of J I and}, the ,new State Prison, ;; 'Pansy :Hws, .Iois,j "ohanghig, REFRIGERATORZERO '

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". Yo ., -- --;-- -- ,- -.. '\ j -, : work' .ia ;the county 1 iEUa! 'Gladys Hcbbs: ,Il ft
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I \ Mw'.U..Co.Hl 25,. in the:.school auditfriunratLake l I .s *
:: Bujljr. '. this;summer which: to base Doris' Ottinger Gertie McRae Gulf
recommendations for alien-,Anna .Feloa, Bernice Epps
. PageantOzrTapI i The six contestants are An-i i i tions :' rk .
or additions that would Betty Sue Denm Nancy R- j DEREE"I
t Tomorrow NigKlMi ,n" Ruth Crews. Mary' ABU'I bring a number of other pub-'<(betts, Lillian Bishop, Virginia 1 .

;:; i:Dobbs/ Shirley DTiggsrs, Sandra -!i lie buildings .up .to-& higher!!'Shannon, and Key Lyon. lili1t
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;C&hitor's 5 btiOpen fice: or from the Director, I Correction! time of the first publication of such claim or d-niand n"; so
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Atlanta Region, tf. S., Civil thfs :ituth'e. Each .claim or demand filed halr be' Veld.BBXjAMi'X ,' ,
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At P.O.: Service: Comtnh ion, federalOffice l The Telegraph erroneously shalt state> the place of: residence As administrator of th.- Es-
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and office *tate of Rosa Lee Finn. de 'ea
275 address-
Building! Peacn- post I
The Post reported week before last that ,ed.
Office Department, of the claimant, and shah be "
tree Street N. E. Atlanta 3.
his anndUnce'd that $ the Draft Board is open Monday sworn toby tm? claimant" his! First publication May, '\Jlb: -,
an examlfidti' -\Ga. s agent 'or attorney: and any, 5-24 4t 6-14

'position h' will at be cutjlodial'held for laborer the;,I!mailed Application to the forms Executive should Secretary be- :t :fei.f! / L-S / *t /i boari through is open Friday.only Monday The ... .,'-. .

at the Starke office. The, through Thursday. The Tele- ,
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Additional information, and|W. Monroe fit., Jacksonville I :, k ; fti .
d application 1 forms ; ; .. 2. ..n. 4<,_rsss
may be ob- 1, Fla. Applications: will be : IB the Court of the CuBat; I An \i ;
tained at the Starke post of- accepted( until further notice.ROOM 4ij : t : Judge, Bradford County, Flo 1
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present any claims and demands An Invitation to the Merchants of
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Kindergarten GraduationPictured you, may have against the estate the Starke Retail Trade Area- I
of Rosa Lee Finn deceas- !
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above are the 22 lock Joy Andrews, Janet Wil- 2nd row ll-rl: Larry David Bruce Tucker, Darlene Hobbs. County' :--e of Judge id t'ounty.of jBradford to the You Are Invited t

"graduates" of Mama Priest's liams Sally Torode, Bill Gay Andrews, Charles Green Jon Jerry Griffis.A County. Florida at his office :
: Kindergarten at a in : Becky Payne, Barbara Ann .ii tie court house of said County To Attend The !
program .
BATH ROOMWITH Ingram, Martha Struth, Nan- reception was held::! after : ; at Starke. Florida\ withinsix t
the First Baptist Church on Schmitt, Nancy Snell, Paul calendar months from the
; Sunday, May 20. CanoVa, Teila Norman, Dale cy Fullwood, Landa Thornton, :,;, the program for parents and PRIVATE SHOWING I Ii

1st row [fl-rl: Eddie[ BlaRec. Johns. Steve Register, Nancy Rowell.i,, friends.

FIXTURES : the recreation field. This -this situation. Thank you." istered as a cooperative effort Nerve PressureBy I TONITE

Lavatory, Bath Tub ProgramFor board desires to obtain and -Mfs. R. W. Bryant of the Health and Civil ,

And Toilette. With $i 98 maintain,a part-time directoi ,. > Defense organizations and the ;,| of the New -' .
DR. H. G. BOLIJXGERIn i
LawteyIs classes will continue for four
'Fixtures-Complete' f .. who would have capable assis- Medical Self-Help ,'
tants working with him and: weeks. Any person interestedin addition to VAGABOND CORNER Z
: Reviewed Classes To Begin taking,the course is invitedto
the board to create a type of the routine physical -

9 PC. DINING SET $110 i i i! suitable diversion! for each age The medical self-help train- ,! .attend, h at no charge.Recent examina- Gifts & Imports !
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I Mrs. R. W. Bryan, presidentof in. the district. tion, your Doctor ,
the Lawtey Recreation "We of the board are grate- : ing plah to teach Bradford BirthsMr. of Chiropractic -' t We would like to have you come t tI
..-Walnut Finish w/China Closet Buffet
< County families what to do ina
ful to Mr. Moore, C.!
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4 Board has prepared the Mayor examines in this evening between 7 and 9
: lowing statement .for publica- ; R. Shuford, the Lawtey City I major:disaster will be taughtin and Mrs. Ronald Wig- fornere Gift !
you o'clock and look over our new
AWHILE THEY LAST tion, reviewing the prograss'of Council and the Bradford a class starting Monday gins of Gainesville announcethe P I 1
I 28, at 7:30 at the pressure.He Shop. We have tried to stock it
night May :
BOOK Lawtey recreation program: : County Recreation Board for birth of'a son, Ronald is considereda
CASES 6 I250 "The Lawtey Recreation I the tremendous start they' Health Department, 329 N. : Eugene Jr., on May 18 in Al- a. specialist in with interesting yet reasonably

Board is a non-partisan nonsectarian -" have given the youth and Church Street. achua General Hospital. Pa- this field. /{/.1. ,
.. non-paid) group! ,. without'' Some of the subjects to be ternal grandparents are Mr. "
and I stress the word 'group,' covered include artificial respiration and Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsof Nerve pressure has been | Your: suggestions on how we may
TWIN BEDS $98 I as all five members will make'I II 1 blems would be much greater. : bleeding and 'bahd- Brooker. and the maternal found to disturb function in better serve the people of this area

the necessary plans and decisions "We have the support of I aging: fractures and splinting, grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.D. any organ of the body. Nerve, will be most welcome.We .
Beds Mattresses Chest & Vanity the School Board and the bQrns and::! shock transportation C. Willis of Santa Fe. pressure on the stomach nerves"
are anxious to find out what items
"Prior to this ordinance, County Commission, and may of 'the injured, care of1 I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner,: disturb the function of the stomach I
'New: Nylon Plastic Upholstered adopted by the Lawtey City obtain advice from either the the sick arid injured, infant, Starke, announce the birth of', ; pressure on the respiratory people] will want so that\'e may save

Council on'April 9, establishing County Recreation Board or: and child care, sanitation, radioactive a daughter, Margaret Ann,!i nerves will disturb normal them the inconvenience of miles of \ ,

: ROCKERS a 13.95 a board of five people for the State Recreation Depart- : fallout, and shelter. on May 18 in Alachua General 'breathing; pressure on the: travel to get certain desired items.

recreation, W. ment. ; Hospital. I heart & artery nerves will disturb -
community J Behind the plan is the
. Your and suggestions again
help ,
Fred Moore has carried the : "We realize that there will, thought that doctors also I BradfoM County Hospital circulation. I
I' will be appreciated.
burden alone a large portionof might fall victim to nuclear j announces the fOllowing
NEW 24 x 24 Inch Electric be problems. These we hopeto i While drugs may stimulate I I II
the time, since recreationfor iron out as adults. When blasts in a national disaster-;I births: or slow down function only, Please bring your friend Refreshments
JET KOOL fANS19.95 Bradford County was star- :: Those who would i Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Dock- .
any of you feel that a pro escape goi removal of the nerve pressure will be served and .
ted in 1958 and 1959. He has blem has arisen, please con- ;; to emergency centers where;,; ery Starke a daughter. Jeri ,by a skillfully trained Chiro-.j I !

built the foundation for community tact a board. member, who will :: they could do the greatest!II Alice, May 16. :practor will restore normal na-, Nothing Will Be Sold Tonite
Good Used Refrigerators from $25 1 recreation with county in turn notify the others that I,I good, leaving large segments': Mr. and Mrs. Levi Boree, tural function. !

and city funds, and muchof a meeting is necessary. We' of? the population on their, Middleburg, a son, David Sam- I In Bradford Building Supply, 301 E. Call
his own time and travel ex- will discuss the matter and own. The course goes considerably uel, May 17. The Bellinger" Chiropractic:.1.1I \
FARRrS pense. Since 1958, both school reach a decision as soon as' beyond first aid since'it Mr. and Mrs J. E. Tomlin- jCllnic at 426 X. Walnut St. in, \ "

now have received good play- possible, depending on the extent 'assumes that the family son Starke, a daughter, Stephanie Starke gives special attentionto

ground equipment ranging of the problem. We hope may be without a doctor for' Diane, May 19. problem cases. Open eveningstill :I

from courts, ball equipment,: you will all present constructive as long as two weeks. Those' Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sumner 8:30. 'I VAGABONDCORNER

and standard playground ap- advice and criticism, remembering attending the classes will find Hawthorne, a son, Mar- '
Phone 964-2881 now for an
BARGAIN CENTER paratus. that we are a that the same informationand tin Bryan, May 22. '"
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and will steadily increase in to. produce the best possible learn are also applicable in tox, Raiford, a son, May 20.Mr Insurance cases accepted. ,

JVi M;' South on HiVoy 1 the future, so now it has become policy for the majority. Personalities "peacetime disaster situations.Fhe and Mrs. Marvin John- _.".' ,

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counties.In I! All-Sports Fete will also be co-chairmen of will be held third
Manslaughter I Inter-Squad Grid Garden Sews Up j Elks HoldSaturday every Saturday -
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other actiop, Alma Leurk Shooting TermedAccidental the concession stand again
j evening of the month, beginning
of Starke. was placed on two I I Contest Set Set Saturday In First Half Win this year. | Dance June 16. All proceeds

years probation after she j BHS Cafeteria j In tity SoftballGarden The executive board will from these dances will go toward -
:charged pleaded to j Elks Lodge No. 1802 held
Dropped guilty possession I meet Monday night at the > a the building fund and
This
of moonshine. On 21 FridayA dance at the club Saturday
January
The annual All-Sports Banquet -\ Restaurant defeated Phipps home to make plans I I the site for a new club. All

Starke police raided her home sponsored by the Quart-i A verdict of accidental!' Stailings 13-8 and Brooker for special events in the 1962- !! evening for members and I i members are asked to cooperate

Igainst Dyal and found a gallon of moon- 48 minute scrimmage under -erback Club, will be held in I shooting in the May 12 death !< 19-9 last week. to. win their ninth 63 school year for the fundraising !' their guests. I and guests are invited to

shine and five half pints of full game conditions at the High School Cafeteria at: of Willie James Lewis, 35- and tenth straight victories campaign for the Or- The entertainment committee I attend. .

1" bonded whiskey.Deputy I 7:30 p. m. on Bradford Field 6:30 p. m. Saturday, May 26,1 year-old Negro, was returnedat without a defeat and to clinch ange Bowl trip. !I announced that a dance
Continued From Page One) I tomorrow night will wind to announcement i __
up according an \ 12:20 Thursday by a six- the first half championship in
four weeks of spring football yesterday by A. N. Holliday, the City Slow-Pitch League.
Medical Center. man coroner's jury after
0 Locates practice, according to Head president of the club. 'I I .Williams Jewelry bounced I
; "As a result of this irrecon- I hearing two and a half hours
icilable conflict in the State'sevIdence Coach Lennard Register. Jack Green, a University of of testimony from 18 witnes-;! back from two losses and de- I
Lost Bonds. I Admission to the scrimmagewill :Florida line coach, will be the ses. j I. feated Brooker 18-8 and Na- '
the State
Attorney'soffice be 50 cents for adults and ,I main speaker. i
1 tural Gas 21-6 to remain in
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of the opinion that :
; $56,000 : 25 cents for students. Fans,! tne new ofI second place, while Stallings
*the ends of justice and the Totaling During oanquet died "as the result of accidental I
are also asking to bring with will only win of the week was a
ficers for next be in-
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rights of the defendant dic- them one bar of to be I shooting by an unidentified 20 Words or less one time ____________ ,9;) Memorials, Resolutions! ------- Sc per word

tate_ that. the case be dismis I [Continued from Page 11] j I II used in the dressing soap rooms. I|J stalled president as; follows Leonard: Curtis Dugge.r.Lee' who City was then of Starke performing policeman his,: 16-6 Tonight victory will over finish Brooker.the first !Iff not paid in advance ________________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 50 words ------ 2.50()

*sedDyal was Petersburg, where the couple I: Proceeds from gate will go to :vice president; and Mr. and'I duty as an officer. :: naif schedule with Garden i Keyed or Blind Ads __________________ 1.00 Over :50 words ______ ... .__" .-- 5c per word

(Gainesville attorney represented Sigsbee by I. had stayed Monday night, and i I the Bradford QuarterbackClub. !Mrs. Jack McComb, secretary!I The shooting occurred as1! Restaurant playing Williams Each additional word ovrr 20 _________- 05 Display ads in Classified ______ 1-50: per Inch

"Scruggs. found: they had left the bag I and treasurer. I Lewis attempted to run away' Jewelry and Natural Gas taking I
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n other court action, Judge I in their room. I Both Register and Assist- I Honor gUests on, this occasion -' to avoii'questioning by Starke on Brooker., I HAVE OPENING for 1 REAL OPPORTUNITYArea
.John A. H. Murphree senten- ; The manager of the motel : ant Coach David Hurse said will be members of the police in connection with a The second half will start I W7.50 per weeK man. Age 25 distributor wanted tor

jCed Carolyn Tison. Starke ;I had the bag in his possession :, they were pleased with their!baseball,.basketball, and track fracas at lola Little's place in next week and all teams interested i to 67. We also have opening : READY oroven product that provides

.Negress, to a year in county 'j and the Jagoes drove back to 1963 Tornadoes in a 40 minute ;:teams, and their, parents. Reno. ,? ,, .- in joining the league I! for 2 $62.50 per week steady sales in city Be county
I suburban areas. your
Per- and
I should contact the Recreation -' laaies. Age 37 to 63.
St. to retrieve it. under the
Petersburg scrimmage i
I Chief of Police Bill Rosser
jail for
4 forgery in connection manent. Car necessary. Thisis own boss. with earning potentials
with the theft of a welfare And Deputy Williams had set lights last Friday. Both coaches I. Junior Golfers said that Policeman Harry Department by Friday. I NOT Insurance. For per CASH of over $1,000 per

'check from an elderly:: Negro I what may be a record when are pleased with the. pros- :I, Pride gave chase'to Lewis and morning. I sonal interview in your area, : mo. Your customers. who are

;;W man. The Tison woman i he recovered the bonds, some pects for next season, and I To Enter Tourney fired into the air in an at- '' STANDINGS: W L GB ,' please write Mr. Camp. 6b9: I!, established for you. are selected -

also pleaded guilty to forgery of which were negotiable, inside I I! while they won't predict another tempt tostop him. Pride Garden Restaurant 10 0 Atlanta West Peachtree 8. Georgia.Street. N. E. Which you do not need to : house-to retailers house only.canvassing No:

""on, two other counts of steal- of 15 minutes after he undefeated year, theyat j Harold Bishop m and Ri- : stumbled as he fired, how- Williams Jewelry. 733 i 4tchg 5-24 pay back j I Product is a repeat purchase

1ng aid-to-dependent children was called on the case. least expect a winning sea-I chard: Hobbs, star e junior ever, and the bullet acciden- Stallings . . 6 5 41h ACREAGE-WANTED Large I item. Investment approx

'Jftecks from the elierly: woman 1; golfers, will compete in the tally hit Lewis in the back of Brooker . . 2 9 8 or small tracts. Please write NOW !: $650 for mTchand'sp: nerps-

Victoria Barnes, and was son.The coaches praised: line- !! 16th National Pee Wee Golf the head, Rosser said. Natural Gas . 1 9 9 giving details as to location. sary. Act Now. Write Box

> two j Correction! men Jack McComb. Jimmy Championship at the Rio Pi- i mice and terms. Telegraph' AVAILABLE !I 823-P % Bradford County
taced on years probation -
3to 5-24
i Little BoysBaseball Box: 823 T Starke, Fla. Itchg Teleeraph. Starke.
on those charges. I Smith, Billy Dowling, and !; nar Country Club in Orlando Vandals _..- -. ---- --
Leslie May I of Gainesville The Telegraph last week Gary Kouba for their performances -! June 12-13. j! Young Opens NO DOWN- PAYMENT Convert your WHITE ELEPHANTS TAKING REGISTRATIONSfor
erroneously reported that Ray
I REQUIRED 1962-63 Kindergarten
was also sentenced Tuesdayto last Friday. Kouba The National Pee Wee .
i! Nohelty, 3 5 charged b y is This Saturday 2 BR House-Lake Privileges' -any old discarded now. phone 964-9374. Mama
five years in the state prison Starke Police with breaking I was especially praised for hi one of the nations largest junior -Damage Home H. W. Heater, good well & appliance, furniture,I' ThiAf 4t.l'h 6-14
after the circuit jury con I I job at a linebacker spot, a position meets and attracted some I I The Jaycee Little Boys Dump full bath. L. R. & Dining j
victed him of forging and I into a soft drink machine, is!;. he had never before 250 golfers from 16 states last Baseball will Area-Lot 100 x 185 Just '''I' tools, etc., which you no FOR SALE 2 bptfroom house
League
foreman with Ft. Lauder- Between $300 and $400 open 'off S. R. 100-At Crystal corner lot. 677 North Grand
a a played.
cashing a $5.65 check made! year. I worth play this. Saturday afternoonat Lake Homesites. No rent- longer use into READY! St. Good shade trees. Cash or
of
out to a Gainesville employer : dale construction firm working !, Backfield men picked as I I Bishop and Hobbs both 15, damage was done to 2 p. m. with Johns Oil I I Payments are on the pur- CASH with a classified ad.j I will trade for woods or lake
the still
ihd cashed at a Starke truck I on the new Florida Bank. I standouts by the two coaches will compete in the tournament's unfinished new homeof Company playing Florida Pest chase price We have key- nmt'Prtv.. C. EM ridge. 61? SSE
,.,...,
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosbyon tmn. 1Qnrl t P1)
I were halfback Marty Start i 13-15 age group. They of Move in now.S. PHONE
Control in the first
stop.Court I Nohelty is actually a laborer game
Westmoreland Tuesday .
records revealed that !ing, quarterback Bill Jackson are veterans of the 1961 tour- Street doubleheader M 3:30: Starke E. McKay Realtor FURNISHED APARTMENTS:
-May has a lengthy FBI record l on the job and not a fore- I halfback} Tom Gardner, i nament. night by two Starke juvenile -i Builders a Supply will take on Keystone Heights. Itchg. 9643101IN 1hJhh a"** watpT1 '"mishedOr!

dnd man, the Telegraph was informed I i W. R. Thomas I vandals, according to FOR SALE-3 bedroom house tiiniir,. RI1'1i".tnn
also faces forgery charges and fullbacks 1 I II
-. I Bishop is the son of Mr. investigating of the the Community State Bank ,,,1 ,.,"... ...1' Q 4 t'" O
I deputies and li acre in Lawtey. L. G.
in Alachua and Duval this week. and Buster Hodges. I _
and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr., in the second -
I I Sheriff's office. I, gam Teston, Rt. 1. Box 83-A. Law- -
According to Hurse, "Jack- and Hobbs is the son of Mr The youth entered the home flames______; will n_ he__ _scheduled_n_ ____ tow w'_'. v.fitr.. v 5-31 v_ I --- CITY--- -Pr->TTNn1i --.- .b.mnn...uv.. nATITJr.c- ;: MATTRESS
son's ball handling was good, I and Mrs. J. C, Hobbs. by of : twice weekly for each team. FOR RENT Adults only. i i spotted Bird dog. male: 1 liver & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
way an awning-type I '
but he needs to work on his Weekly will start at first floor spotted Bird dog. male; 1 leI Palatka
I : games First class apart- 710 Lemon St. -
window which '
;;I APPRECIATEthe passing." Ij j RegistrationFor tially open by workmen.was left They par- 5:15: and the public is invitedto ment. entrance.Two bedrooms.TV- aerial Private -, mon Red spotted Bone hound.Setter female female: :1', Furniture Repaired,

"Thomas looked exceptionally Softball' reached inside and cranked j come out and support their convenient location. No pets. brown and white spotted Beagle -' Upholstered & Refinished

good too," Hurse said, the panel open until they | boys. 128 N. Church St. 2tp_5-24 I hound, male. Owners may I! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
---- -- --- have by paying advertising
fine vote I received in the "He looks as if he will" play : Closes Friday could squeeze through and en-i j Rev. Chas. PhippsIs BRAND NEW Admiral DeeD cost anI board. Contact City Innerspringsand

some ball next season. Ac- I II I I ter the house. II | Freezer 15.3 cu. ft. size. only Police Department. Itchg/ I Box: Springs
First Primary and ask that cording to Register, the Tornadoes Registration for the second Using a four-inch paint New Head $10.63 per mo.after low down '
I Drop Us A Card or Call
oavmentDahmer's Discount BRAND NEW. 10 ft. Admiral
have the best half of the Men's Slow-Pitch 1
may I brush and a gallon of rubber-i I House, Itohg Refrigerator only $7.96 mo.
Of Band Boosters ;
of halfbacks in Softball League will close Friday PALATKA EA 5-9166
'p combination ,
My Supporters Make a Special t ized paint that had been left after low down payment at
the area in Starling and Gard- I at 12 noon. Any new' in the building, the boys pain- ;; Rev. Charles R. Phippswas FOR SALE 6 rabbits $5.00. I I Dahmer's Discount House. I II STARKE 964-5934
I 'i Practicallv new irrigation I I II MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER,
A Gardnerran teams who would like to get
sophomore
: effort to Vote Next Tuesday ner. at fullback last season. in the league should contact!1 ted obscene words on living elected president of the Dump $150.00. 1951 Mercury I FOR SALE 5 vr old Quar- Starke. Agent
... room and bedroom walls, Band Boosters at a meeting 4 door sedan $150.00, 2'_ ; miles }- ter horse mare. 2 mo. old filly -
'
The coaches also praised Buddy Elliott at the Recrea- i, painted mirrors and some tile held Monday night. Other of- Hiway 16 E. Donald Mar- colt. Buggy saddle and all I

I eighth grade fullback Mickey tion Department as soon as and the toilet in the bathrooms f 1 ficers elected at this time i -Mn phonp 969-1083. UP I new harness. M. D. Gassett. I i E.MILK Martin.COWS on U-for S. 301 sale.across W

Agner, out for football for the possible. I daubed a lighting fixture were: Mrs. Eldon Hardy, vice WANTED: One set enclYclo- phone 964-0151. tfche ''I. from Green Post place.

;For those of you who voted : first time this spring. He is I The entry fee is $15 and i in the dining room, and president; Mrs. Marge DeCaro, pedia books. Will Day cash or FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house 2to 5-24'
looked upon by both coaches : scratched into wet take in trade on TV or Stereo. I with all modern conveniences.See .
.,r the season will start Monday .obscenity secretary; and George Kauf- I FOR SALE 20 cub. food
Discount'House 1 mi. east
William Silcox
as a very good prospect.Registration 11 night. i I concrete at the front entrance mann, treasurer. I Dahmer's Chest type freezer. 711 S. La-
16.
for the other Candidates I Ucher.IKALA .I of Starke on Hiway
I II
I of the home. : Mr. and Mrs. Kaufmann i -__-s-va.... ...y... .1 2 tp 5-31 favette. Hebe
.NJ\nun --
ask that you consider My FOREST i! YOUR OLD .WATCH will 10 ACRES. Shack. close in
paved road. excellent farming
make the down payment on a :
For Small FryBaseballers CAMPSITES land. Only $5,750 with Rood
I beautiful new Bulova at, :
,Qualifications. : :I 80 x 100 Dahmers Discount House. j terms. See today. STROUT
$198 Cash or tfchg REALTY, US 301 South.
4 p. _ _ _
Waldo
Starke. F.la. Phone
'
$20 Down; $9 mo. ;, FOR SALE Georgia Red
Your Vote in Next Tuesday's Election I All boys 7-9 years of age Access to Launching { Sweet potato plants. Now 'I 468-1766. Itch

who are interested in playingin Ramp on Oklawaha River. i, ready. $3 per 1.000. you pull WANTED TO RENT-Un-
Baseball League .. them $4 pulled. J. W.! house apartment
a Small Fry ANGUS HASTINGS or fuinished 2 BR or -
Will be Greatly Appreciated should sign up at the -: Fla.HAVE j Gaskins. Rt. 2. Box 93. tfchg",;i in Rood section of
Fort
Box 140, McCoy, } town. Willing to lease. John
Starke Recreation Departmentthis .. i iI FOR RENT Unfurnished' Walsh care of Florida Hydro
week. 4 ; I THREE 27-in. TV con- house. Also furnished and carbons. Box 68 Phone 2831.
Thanks Again This league will be composed soles which will sell at $2651 unfurnished apartments. Desirable -I. Brooker_2tchg 5-24.
of boys who are too youngto with a qualified trade. Dah- | location. Reasonable
ir* mer's Discount House. Itchg. j summer rent. W. H. Nollman., LARGEST DISPLAY of Bulo-
play in the Little Boys : 510 N Cherrv st. tfrhg, graduate
: va watches for the
:; George Roberts Jr. Baseball program. I FOR SALE to reliable party: '| now at Dahmer'a Discount
50 ft. :
LAST-
WHILE THEY
scheduledeach low at
Games will be Country Home. all conveniences -:( House. Payments as
Monday and Wednesday I Very small down pav-| GanJsn Hose. 5 year Guarantee. SLOP per week. Stchg 5-24
ment required. W. H. Noll- only 99c. Mary Carter
CANDIDATE afternoon during the summer. I mar. Starke. Itch I Paints. 321 N. Temple. Starkeor FOR RENT Kingsley Lake
i The first practice will be I I 900 Lemon. Palatka. furnished 2 bedroom house.,
.\ County Commissioner, District 2 held Monday, May 28, at 3:30: I ID I McGRIFF TRADING MART.! 3tchg. 6-7 I Well heated. Available to

> at the Jaycee Little Boys i i 130 N. Court St. Big Discount i HOUSE TRAILER for Rent June 1. Phone 964-4201 or
on new and used General Electric II 964-9741. _tfch
Field. I II -Can be moved on your own -
Pd. Pol. Adv. to
( ) appliances we had lot. Phone 964-1651. J B. FOR SALE- House and 34'
JI_ .. .-, take back. Lots of other hew 'Vhit Ito acres of land. 3 miles North
i and used: appliances and TV of Starke US 301. across from
-- .--. -'- ,, iiiF i I I I II lust as sood: to choose from. PURCHASE EQUITY and assume stuckeys across railroad to
iI I I I I Save UP to $100 on new appliances. VA loan on 3 bedroom right. Edgar Burrell. Rt. 2.
wTERWILLEGAR ,, ltDBEAUTIFUL home in Saratoga Heights. ___2to 5-31
M OTORS :, .4 ., I Payments $56 per month. Bv
K a V Electric owner. Phone 964-5842. CASHIER WANTED.. Must
i Guitar for $60. Also one for ', tfche have 12th grade education

I I I $99.95. Harmony amplifier,I'I'I' Apply in person Winn-Dixie
$39.95. Harmony 12-watt am- FOR SALE-Lake Front 1trh I!
I' plifier. $99.95. $10 down. Take I'' Lots. Santa Fe and Lake
I your choce.: Dahmer's Discount -|I Lockloosa. Terms. Guy Andrews FOR SALE- Thayer oversize
NEW TRUCK SALE Ii i House. Itchg phone 964-6811. tfchg babY bed. Excellent condition
: I i-- Phone PJ54-0173 or 984-7844
SEPTIC TANK cleaning and COLONIAL FLORIST 1 t"htr

feed line service. Joe Forsythe, Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
I P. O. Box 184, Lake Butler, Flowers wired any place. Flow- WE DON'T
i:, Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. ers for all occasions locally. f Sell you we help you buy

ToAll 1I|1-- -- ----4tp- -531"FURNISHED Phone 964-6291. 506 East Nof-a Good selection of new and
NEW 1962 FORI 9 TRUCKS : I, APARTMENT St. tfchg I used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
for rent. 2 and bath.
rooms I
No entry blanks. no contests lights and water furnished. bile Homes. "
$45 per month. 514 S. FOR SALE-Desirable resi- LAKE GENEVA
4
I Select From Sizes, 6 and 8 person St. Inquire in EP-j' dential lots, close in. Terms. TRAILER PARK

: nothing to buy. no obligation of house. Y. L. Floyd Green phone 96929422t 5-31 1 mi. SE of Keystone H ta,

Cylinder. CUSTOM !
I Ii FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. _tfchg
i Come in today for your Lucky Number Fact Guide! You may walkout Mortgages available to build :, 2 baths large utility room BE SURE to see WORLD--

PRICED FROM i in minutes with a famous Fedders Air Conditioner that carries new homes 100%or Loans remodeling. weened separate front dining porch. Lot room.2 BOOK cyclopedia.. before M. buying A, Payne any, your en-'

the seal of quality and dependability from the United States Testing LA 400 RUE W. Madison-Phone CORPORATION Phone acres. 1126 964-1001.West Madison.tfchg local representative since 1951.

Company, Inc.! And if you don't win now. you could be a winner 964-8641. .* i Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchl

later. New lists of winning numbers coming out all summer long! tfchg I PEYTON FLORIST ]J. WILL: SELL-RENT or rent alt
: 119 S. THOMPSON ST. but one bedroom in 3 bedroom
36 Mo. FOR RENT 4 room furnished unfurnished house. Available
Bank \ J JFinance PHONE 964-4155 j I
r-- apartment. Private en 'i June 1. 618 W. Madison -
trance. 224 W. Lafayette St.ltchg.. ; NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 St. Phone 964-2561. Starke
:f L.--EEt0 YOU CAN WIN ; DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe II 'RPa11tv Rh o. itT
To Pay I I I Wire Flowers Anywhere .I

I I I THE FABULOUS WANTED: Cottage on Kings- WANTED SMALL Outboard
ley Lake. 1 or 2 weeks in August. L tfchg motor No Junk. Cash. Can
.-Write L. N. May 1010 964-3101. Up
CLIMATIMER NE 20th Place. Gainesville.Fla. i RANCH TYPE Bungalette
Ph. FR2-8297. 3tp 5-24 rooms, bath. Lawn. shrubbery ADMIRAL OR MOTOROLA19in
garden % acre ground. portable T V. from
2 chicken houses. wash house.I 139.95 w.tJ at Dahmer's
FOR SALE
BUY NOW AND :AVE tool shed. $2,750 some terms Discount House. Itchg.
Ready mix concrete, concrete : A good buy Write B. C.
block piers, fence: posts, sand egraph. Box 823-D. Starke.I Tel-I FOR RENT -2 bedroom un-
cement,mortar mix rock steel,I I Ito! furnished apartment. Phone


HUNDREDS OF DO IlLARS! -' .,: oyster gravel.shell Phone, limerock 964-2521.and tfchg roof,i I FOR house.SALE Gas-furnace Three bedroom and air',i 04.4021 Sale or Rent tfe'hrFor

.. .AND. ENJOY nOftl-TIME" COOUNG Bradford Engineering Co. I conditioning. VA financing. GENERAL STORE
Attractive location in City.

WITHOUT ALL-DAY FOR RENT-Cottage over Call 964-1282. for Information. AND WAREHOUSE
ELECTRIC BILLS! water Kingsley Lake. By weekor tfcbJ Lawtey, FIa.
We Service What W Sell 863-2311. -
month. Phone
all Store bid*. brick edabfc, 30165;
3 room
tfchg FOR RENT -
,Radio Dispatched.Service : electric equipted apartment.To warehouse cement block, S0x$5.

V check with CLYDE 1ER1'\ LLEGAR Todaymd house FOR ,RENT unfurnished.- 2 bedroom<840< W. Phone singje 969-1545.or Christian couple.tf chz Sell stock.or rent with orith. 1.t

Gardner St. Guy Andrews, FOR SALE G. W. ROBERTSPh.

i WINKLERELRG.TRIC' INC Phone 964-6811. tfchz. Used Refrigerators $29.95 up. 782-391L Lawtey Ha.

Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford <' Union Counties I GOOD USED Ranges and re- Used Television $29.95 up.
frieerators at nrices you can Convenient Terms. Pree de EXPERIENCED WAITRESS

... II I 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone. 964-4301]l afford. North Florida. 8uDn17.I livery. Bullinjton Appliances.,j WANTED. Apply in person: at
i 412 E. Call St. UchlI 100 West Call St. Starke F1a.IIIr .. Garden Restaurant tfcif
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I County Telegraph


8TABXE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY MAY 24 1962 __ __ __ __ __ _- -. --


Bradford Clay ", 'cF) .:., ,. ... ... ,... ..ny ...... yy.' '. .,... ._. ,... ,. "'_AU aF. ",.v._ .., .......,...._ -..........,"'..,..- "" Diploma TestingFor swimming boating, wilderness the one-week session and $55

To Celebrate, Adults Will survival, wild-animal I for the two-week sessions,

tracking and natural resource} with special rates IE affect

Realtors Week Start June 11 studies. I for members of recognized

Camping fees are $25 for 1 youth organizations.
Realtors Adults who are 20 years of
of Bradford and
Clay age or older and who have a
Counties are observing
National Realtor Week, May satisfactory knowledge of Am-
Radio Television
20-26. '.' 1."; erican History and Govern- Appliance -- --

1 1.0. ment apply for the Gen-
: may
During this observance ... ... ..;', .... ,. ,.,.,...
some 70,000 realtors across ;.;;J"41ilii A}i8i: f.jh_"';" -::';:::'''''':':'';:'':''''''N.'A d..... ....... ..A... :....,..... ,.,.....:.<:::;;::: ::.;:......::::: >.w:.::t :j:;>:k..0>.,...........,...........m...>>.. .w.:.........::<:..... ,.._......._..:.w.w:??.\...-....i-i..:.I\.*.._..-fri.--"....._V_ .+' :,::';.,:,. :J eral Educational Developmenttest
the battery which will be ad- SERVICE AT ITS! BEST
size nation their services seek to and empha-make PART OF PRISON'S FINE BEEF HERD ministered during the week of

June 11. Applications for the

clearer realtor the and distinction others betweena engagedin Raiford Presents of Busy CommunityThere tests and the payment of the I Trained Experts In Each Dept.

the real estate business. Image state fee [$7.50] must be received

on or before June 4,!
Realtors are members of local
according to L. H. Gibson, official FOR QUICK
constituent boards of the Na-, is a thriving bustling I I ford and Union cointies; : which close and lock from a testing agent for Bradford Gay'sHome

tional Association of Real Es- community of over 3,500 people A population over. 3,500 ((1962 central switchboard, one is im- County. I DEPENDABLESERVICE
tate Boards of the largest I I '
one hardly ten miles north of Starke census); pressed with the decor and i' { Tests to determine proficiency I 1 i
trade and professional organi- t.
and rarely recognized as the'I Over 1,800 head of beef cat- furnishings. Modern metal beds in American History !
CALL
zations in the country. : .
.
with mattresses, pillows and
second largest community and Government i
I. inl I tle; i [a prerequisite -
The term "realtor" was I
flanked with metal
Bradford County. i Over 13,000 acres of pine bedding are e. x ., for taking the state diploma ;! 964-7511
adopted by NAREB in 1916 desks, modern lavatory facilities -i
with its I
This community, timber; >rr. tests] are offered 10-1 j AppliancesAUTHORIZED
and is registered as a collec- and other eff;cts. Radio,
well-balanced economy, agriculture Electricity-has contract with I cally at any time upon appli:
tive mark [similar to a trade forestry, manufacturingand REA but has own power plant I with a selection of two stations, cation. [Call 954-3071 for fur-

mark] in the U.s. Patent Of other teeming enterprises I for emergencies; :is piped into the cells. Light- ther information.] DEALERS FOR
fice. Realtors subscribe to a ideal and walls in
is arc
I and ing
covers some 18,000 acres Modern The
I Dairy producting diploma test schedule j 9
well-established code of professional actually spills over mto ad- over 350 gallons of milk dally; pastel color-relaxing and plea- is currently set for 9:30: to Maytag Frigidaire Zenith
f e t h ic s enforced Union sant. The bath or shower roomis
joining County. 11:30, 1:30 to 3:30 ,
: and 7:30:
through local board. The code Yes, life in Raiford, if not 1%: :@.trtWt in ceramic tile with highly ; to 9:30 during the week of I GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UPI
obligates members to keep the finished fixtures. 6
"beautiful" by ordil .ry stand- June 11 All five parts of the :
interests of both buyer and ards is at least interesting and The community recreationroom test must be completed by I II

seller uppermost in mind dur- certainly a very busy one. Ant1 :, offers television, reading, w; Friday June 15. The testing

ing a transaction. without a doubt its outlook sf checkers, chess, an other in- < I will be administered in the ,

Realtors are kept aware of I holds the promise of an even door pursuits. Outdoors, bad- southeast wing of the USO f r j' rr

changes in real estate law, ;busier and more iritere-Jtinij fu minton is popular. building beginning June 11.

mortgage rates, buying trends, I ture.If. The staff dining room seemsto 'C K:J Applicants scoring 60 percen-I

and numerous other business I Raiford had a Chamber of differ from inmates' dining -1.v tile on the tests will be admit- '

factors through publicationsissued I I Commerce, which it doe-m1, this room only in respect that tab- t ; $ J ted at any state college or i I

by the parent organi- : is perhaps what it would} boas les and chairs are built to- ; I' university if they desire to ,

zation with offices in Chicago,,about: gether and secured to the floor. attend.

111., and Washington, D. C. Over 15 000 aces in BragJN The food is excellent. 5

Fcurteen foot long oven and Vacancies Open

1 1I 1I broilers bake the rolls, meat
I For Girls
I and other foods. The kitchenis Boys,

Carter Sam t ':i completely modern. and im At Youth Camp MARY CARTER PAINT CO.
maculate. ice
I
'7 ad4 'lol 4/ ;, Many of the inmates are en- Vacancies for 447 boys and :

gaged in worthwhile occupa- girls still remain open at the i STARKE 321 North
i
l trout to &H*: J ft!* good citizens r tioral pursuits in the various t e; ; s Florida Youth Conservation i Temple Ave.

of Florida especially the ladies and f prison enterprises. A huge 1; : .;'" Camp in the Ocala National
&*ir organizations, as welt as tor building, rapidly reaching completion f "':)j I Forest. I PALATKA 900 Lemon
see fad theirs, and also the members j I ... .
: :
:;:
of the Junior Chamber of Commerce i will house the prison i :" ,... .' .. Sponsored by the Game'
.
and Young Democrats icy the magnificieni I garment and tobacco factory.| r"hi.4.: >; '",' :,;;..:.<:w;:".n. and Fresh Water Fish Com- II -LOCATIONSMARY-
support they gave ma urn The tint primary Meanwhile many of the in-
mission, the summer !
camp
tad soEcft inwr activity and vote ill aybeiaff I mates are engaged in the prison's Conner and Assistant in Irish' Potato Field.ous !I
will offer four camping! sessions
m-off
it & primary.k ---
COOMB)
j varied agricultural enter and in no way detracts from tries in the show were by in- beginning June 17 for I CARTER'SHOUSE

&e first primaryA out of the SfafaftJeny prises. Over 1,800 head of cat- the value! of the timber. On mates who are taking a spe- boys aged eight through 14I j I PAINTA
OU CouJIeSt
Carter LEAD io U tle are now furnishing over 80 tne drawing board is a saw mill, cial course in horticulture apart and girls aged nine through:' improved how: pair

Coonfta ends gave Jerry Carter percent of all beef consumedat i which will greatly increase the of the prison's educational 13 years. with new better, hiding,more du*
40 other i 3 i
MORE VOTES tMJ a|. oppceats Raiford. Plans already in,
combined'Coaf operation. program. It was weJ attended, Parents of interested chil- ability, more mildew resist
each placed Jerry Carter progress include enough! cattle I AS the community grows, so being open to the general pub dren may obtain applicationsand once. Formulated with chi

20 FIRST with a big majority h each of to supply all ace): needed at I does its need for electrical lic. information by writing': latest types of titanium end

these Counties. Raiford with any overproduction : -power, which is furnished Such varied activities in the to the Youth Conservation ..yv zinc D9maMSEVERT?

I to be sold to other state tftrpt!gb the REA. However theprison prison's many enterprises has Camp, Ocala, Fla $691AL.

JERRY CARTER has saved the institutions. "tau! : its own plant which already had its effect in con All children attending the I $225QT, ;
Raiford's .dairy, is a modern con. bq used in case of power tributi'g to inmatu rehabilih-
Residents nearly r facility which furnishes 350 camp receive intensive education .
Florida !ailutQ tion. For this reason alone, 2nd CAN FREHft50

I .- g lions of milk daily for con- One; 9l.1\l.not! \ conclude a tour I there is little wonder that Rai- in wildlife conservation,
$200,000,000.ON sumption at the prison. The of Raiford withou.: sensing I
Cane Grows Tall dairy cattle are bred only by somewhat the aesthetic. Just I ford is becoming rapidly rec- next three years could bring \

ELECTRICITY GAS.and PHONE BIllS.A Engaged in experimentalfarm means, of artifioal insemina- recently the prison held its ognized nationally as: one of on a big change in the econI'I'I :.. -- ,; -=_.. -:: ,.. :--'
,
tion. Black Angus bulls sire second annual Flower Show in the best administered state omy of the

PROVEN RECORD NOT PROMISES I eration animal with breeding the University in coop-of II the An beef outstanding cattle. project in the Community Club house. EnProgress-. prisons. said.The group also went on record -I FOOT

Florida; land engineering is the transforming favoring city-wide retail GARDEN
_ .; TALLAHASSEE AREA-Jerry Carter was cSrectly responsiWa for refund 125 acre backyard garden I'
of a large river swamp
in North Ceefcal selling promotions. '
to the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company
producing most every type of Review
and Northwest Florida of nearly$1 miHion.. into cloverlgnd pasture for the Chairman Sawyer said that I
(beets and strawberries
vegetable -
SOUTH FLORIDA Four (f(4; ] separata tab reducfon w Florida Power dairy cattle.A the committee would come up I
and Light Co. were orderea by the commission in 1957 reducing' excepted); pig feeding and breeding Interestipg News of Business, IndustryIn with a planned program for I C

electric fight rates $4,725,000 annually. Another $200,000 m 60, a* Timber operation including a project is in constant opera- the General Circulation Area of 12 monthly promotions which I MOSEyi
I other fc& iwKon i.1960 and another for $2 saiffica. Total I neatly Sj)5BiiKoB raw gum enterprise; I
tion.; Caring for the porkies THE TELEGRAPH would be aimed at stimulating
alone.\
,
thjs vast,area
w Under construction is a to-'
HNSACOtA The Commission ordered rate retJuc&ns of $2S1G : along with two cattle herds, in trade during the coming year.
_ ftnnuaBy went into effect January .I9S8. (Gulf Power Co.)) bacco and garment factory; itself provides considerable Contributions are Welcome! Plans are expected to be worked 5 Year Guarantee

I JAOCSONYILE Refunds ia gas amounted to $05J27 (Jadsoarlio Raiford Visiting the community of of work for many of the inmates. out, within the. next ten .-'.." <. ".a--b-;- ..... -__. -'-. <- --' .,.--, ,"..".."

Gas Co.) or inspecting any to general fanning and pas- 'Vagabond Corner'Offers CosmetologistsHear days for approval by the I ;,:__ ._.+. .- .+--.., _,-= ..J __ .__ __,_ ___ _. .. __ ____.. J
MADISON _.CommssToner Carter broognt before Ae comm'ssJoo doan its many enterprises is by appointment -tures. Plantings cover same .. I

phone company serving Madison into a public hearing on rates and ibis only. This is promptly 650 acres of corn 150 acres of Free Gifts Lecture group. --- -
and inefficient servke.Charges were cut ONE HALF
deqloh\to pointed out to you if should
action spurred: other phone companies in the state to Install more cane syrup plus a few hundred During OpeningA Monday Night
drive to the
you community unannounced
modern and efficient equipment under the supervision and through more in small grains. A "back "I

the cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commitsioo. not ; for Raiford, if you yard garden" of 125 acres produces bit of this citv's mst metit's Members. of the Starke Cosmetologist -
of is 'n
are already aware it.
metMonday
beans Association
I squash:: onions,
ALL FLORIDA Reduced rates for natural gas have gone Into effect al the Florida State Prison at lettuce. In fact moa: known future this week. I night at the Ruby
over the state by order of the Commission.Jerry Carter's first act was Raiford. Opening in the city's oldest
vegetables or are Johns Beauty Shop, where a
crops grown
to urge iovestigaKom and it resulted In the first statewide 10 percent brick structure. The Bradford I
reduction of exchange phone charges and abobhed 50c per month Exteriorly it may not appear here with the exception of I special class was conductedby
Building Supply building at
charge for desk and hand phones.ItElect I too much different than most strawberries and beets. Michael Angelo, a well-
301 East Call St. is the "Vag-
I state prisons. But the similarity
W. The prison forestry: operationis known teacher, school, and
JERRY
abruptly ends inside. If it is abond Corner" a new gift
of considerable dimens:on. salon owner of Jacksonville.A .
I not the modern shop and Starke's newest retail -
most prison in
Over
CARTER-COMMISSIONER 13,000 acres: of standing film was viewed, showingthe
I the United States enterprise.
it is
unquestionably -
timber
the basis. of hair
pine provide versatility a style,
aOltDA EAUOAD & PUBLIC UTILITIES Group 2 i the most enter- The timber harvest is aug- Gifts, household accessoriesand and the "summer look" was
(PaM Mitieal AdrertiaeuifI other items of
< decor from
prising. mented in value with the sale discussed by the speaker.At .
i Inside the cells, with doors of many points around the world,
a bi-product-raw gum. the close of the class
I Dollar value of the gum exceeds grace the shelves of the new Mr. Angelo invited the unit
that of the timber shop which opens its doors to
itself members to spend a day with

IT'S ALL I and is the most lucrative income the public Friday morning. free instruction at a training
Both interior and exteriorof
I I
of the
operation. Extraction center for advanced styling

I of the gum is accomplished the building have under- soon to open in Jacksonville.
with the most scientific meth- gone changes in making room

I I to for an the announcement new shop, according by the.', Merchants Plan Just in Time For Graduation

Grazing Deadline LaRue Corporation, owners of. Welcome Service .
Bradford
the Building Sup
Passed May 1 ply Inc. Present plans when For NewcomersNewcomers

f effected will find the entire I
I to the city of WESTINGHOUSE
Farmers are reminded that building being remodelled.
Starke will be welcomed into i
acreage under the 1962 feed Directly opposite the Vaga-
the community through "Wel-
grain program may no longerbe bond Corner in the front of i PORTABLE
come Service, a plan presen- :
pastured. the building is the new Paint I
ted to the Retail Trade Committee ,
.
Felix Sapp. chairman of the Shop department, recently fully .
and approved at a :
Agricultural Stabilization and and newly stocked.In STEREO
meeting of the group at the :
Conservation County Committee -: charge of operations at
Guidon Grill here Tuesday. I
has announced that May i Bradford Building Supply,
Virginia Smith who heads
I
1 was the deadline for pastur- Inc will be Ned Shattler, Two Detachable Speakers
the new effort said that calls : 0
ing such acreage. Acreage to Vhose many years of exPer-
I be diverted under the program ience with May Cohens of on new families who have Automatic 4-Speed Stereo-Phono
i .
moved here as permanent residents -
I is so designated by the I Jacksonville make him a valuable will be made by a rep graph With Dual Sapphire Stylus, $A VE
participant at the
program asset in the firm's expansion resentative and that families ;I Separate Volume And Tone Controls.
_1t time a check: is made of com-t. Ii
would be presented with giftcertificates : MAII
pliance. In Bradford County. moves. I Automatic Intermix. Last Record

i this check should be substantially The Vagabond Corner ad- from local mer- i Shut-Off. 7tf'

completed by June 15. i vertised as "The Only One of chants. I, a ti
'I The plan, adopted unanim _
Motor : Tilt Trailer Under the feed grain program Its Kind" will offer free gifts I
,iy2fG Fiberglass Boat-Johiteon 18" -Muriy ously at the well attended
I farmers are seeking to Normally $94.99GRADUATION FINE SELECTION OF
i bring production into line with I.I.i to those who visit the shop meeting, will be placed into ,

COME SEE COME REGISTER OFTEN! I needs through diverting to a during its opening day-Fri effect for a 30 day period, ;, I I PORTABLE RADIOS,
with members paying a per SPECIAL
i TRANSISTOR CLOCK
conserving use the acreage day. :' ,
NO OBLIGATION I call fee to finance the pro-
I that was formerly planted -We feel that this is the I I RADIOS

To Be Given Away By I hum.either Program to corn or payments grain sorg-are type of shop where anyone gram.Charles Sawyer chairman I, !! : X69.95 $15.95

will wish to come and browse
;
made under the programs to i of the committee told the I

offset the loss of income which for unique personal and group that over 80 per cent I Up

IMPERIAL Service Station"BUY otherwise might have been returned -I household Items" B e mice of aU needs of the communitycould I

I I from such crop produc- Nachtman commented in an- be purchased in the city:

I but that available items need NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY
nouncing the opening.
tion.Farmers
in Bradford Coun- to be advertised in some man-I

; :' THE BEST BUY IMPERIAL"U. ty have signed up 34 farms "Vagabond Comer will wel-I ner to lea peopl know of it:I

for participation under the come customer comments and i Location of new industry in!! 412 E. Call Phone 9642113Bradford

S. 301 North City Limits Starke, Fla. feed grain program. suggestions. she 'added. i the Starke area within the i iI I I






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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE., FLORIDA THURSDAY.. MAY 24 19U;
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TYTTTTTTTTTTTTrrTTTTlHAMPTON Services in the high school
The couple are making ation exercises at Hampton) Youngblood, Mrs. D. E. Hill Mrs. Joe Forsyth spent last 1--- --.-., ladies will serve refreshments.
auditorium at 8 m.
their home in Starke. Elementary School next Tuesday and Mrs. Milton Mosher. weekend in Lochloosa with Vacation Bible School will p.

Mary Ann Long Weds evening May 29. in the PersonalsMr. her brother-in-law and sis- I Home Demonstration start at 8:30: a. m. on June WednesdayPrayer Meet-

Morris Hines Thursday school auditorium at 8 p. m. and Mrs.' Paul Meng !_ r.1.Ir.! and Mrs. Oscar i 18. All children interested are ing and Bible Study, 8pm.

By Mrs. D. E. HID Mary Ann Long daughterof Thomas L. Casey incoming and family and Mr. and Mrs. : Sparkman. I f II' & Notes asked to meet at the churchat Thursday Chancel Choi-

:Mrs. Ralph Hancock, became Bradford County High School Francis Meng and family Mr. and Mrs. W. A. English J byDOROTHY 3 p. m. on June 16. rehearsal will remain at 7:30

l the, bride' of Morris pr,:icipal, will be guest speaker spent Sunday at the beach of Cross City visited here Sat- l + 4 ROSS Thought for the week: "Ev I i Prayer meeting time has
I changed to 8 m. also
Hart-MeCle an Hines of Hampton on Thursday for the program that eve- near St. Augustine. urday with ReV and Mrs. W.i ,. J Home Demonstration Agent ery time you speak, your mindis been the months.p. Choll'dehearsal
for summer
afternoon, May 17. The ning. E. H. Shaefer moved last' P. McElroy and family. i "
Wedding parade!
Sunday single-ring ceremony was per -Thursday. May 31, will be week from Hampton to Jacksonville Mr. and :Mrs. Martin Mosher I on will remain at 7-30:

Margie Janie Hart, daugh- formed by the Rev S. E. the last day of school for students and :Mr. and Mrs.! plan to leave this week for Chives, Cucumbers and SlawI cake limeade, and watermel- METHODIST CHURCH p. m.

ter of Allan Hart of Hamp- Sparks at his home in Starke. with, teachers to remainfor Henry McClellan and child- their home in Matamoras, Pa.,I have seen quite a bit of I Ii!i At the morning worship service -

ton, and Dewey McClellan The bride wore an after- ad additional week of ren have moved into the for the summer months.Mr. good-looking cabbage growingin on.Adults with the girls were Sunday Breakfast honor-! on May 27 all officers

son of joe McClellan of noon dress of blue lace over work on records and plan- Shaefer house on Navarre and Mrs. J. W. Hone! the fields this week. This Mrs. C. L. McKinney, Mrs. ing high school graduates 8:30: of the WSCS and Wesleyaa:

Starke, were married Sunday nylon with white gloves hat ning.J. Ave, next to the postoffice. Mrs. Richard May and daughter reminds me of cabbage William K. Hansen, Mr. and a. m. Church School, 9:45 a. m. Service Guild will be installed

afternoon May 20. and shoes. Her only jewelrywas C. Hobbs, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McIn- and Vicky Barksdale i> and cook-outs. slaw// Mrs. Johnny Greene, and Miss i Morning Worship, 11 a. m. by the pastor.ii1Iiw@

Elder I. P. Wise performedthe .a necklace of gold and principal of Hampton Elementary tosh- have returned' home toj j! drove to New Port Richey : along with summer time. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Smith De- Snack Supper for MYF, 6:30: ,

double-ring ceremony at white beads. School for the last Hampton from Washington!;iI i Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs.R. Now if you want to try I Voe came after lunch. p. m. Youth Meetings, 7 p. m.I' ..
.
the Leroy wise home at Eagle I Guests at the wedding included three years, has accepted the D. C., where they have been, C. Williams and sons. Sam-f something good, grate a cucumber Twenty-seven were in at- Evening Worship 8 p. in.

Lake, in the presence of the the bride's mother position of principal at South I for several weeks. i i my Williams returned to: with the peeling left tendance. Please note time change in ,

families of the couple. I Mrs. Hancock, her sisters side Elementary School in Mr. and Mrs. George Williams Hampton with his grand par- : on into a bowl of shredded I services for the summer

For her wedding the bride I. Misses Evelyn and Betty Long; Starke. Replacing him as I spent Sunday with the) cabbage. Add some finely cut !TTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTT.\\ months. There will be no eve-

chose a white street-length! and Mrs. Frances Hines, mo- Hampton principal will be I Frank Williams family in I ents.Gail Saxon and Nell Crews chives. Add salad dressing : { ning MYF or worship service tl CTRC! GlASS BOTTOM

dress, with fitted lace bodice ther of the bridegroom. Aftera Charles Francis, who is at I Gainesville. spent last weekend at Jack just before serving. The cucumber EVERGREEN : this Sunday in order that all BOATS

full-length sleeves and a 'short honeymoon trip to .I present teaching and serving Mr .and Mrs. William Fowler sonville Beach. I has a refreshing flavor may attend the Baccalaureate

round scooped neckline accented -I Palatka, the couple is residing as baseball coach and assist- and children visited here II Leland Bedenbaugh.I and the crispness is de !
by a single strand of\ I here in Hampton with ant football coach at Brad- Sunday with her parents Mr. Mrs. i lightful.. The chives [belong i i iI By :Mrs: Inez Bride i j-
entered the University hospital -
pearls. The full skirt was of Mr.. Hines. ford High Mr. Francis will: and Mrs. J. A. Williams. I II in Gainesville for treatment I i to the onion family] contribute -I Ii tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA : You Are Cordially Invited T
chiffon over taffeta her I.I Hampton Graduation be present at graduation exercises Visitors at the home of Mrs.'I a delicate snap to the I :1 I
and on Friday last week. I Mrs. Inez Hamilton and OUR HOMECOMING
accessories whlte.i i I Next Tuesday, May 29 here next Tuesday. I Frances Hines in Hamptonare i.I slaw. I
were 6h
I I Others the Hampton her sister, Annie Hines of'i i Mrs. Alma DYal and Miss' i Mrs. Henrietta Hunt of _
wore a of white Sixteen eight-graders are on f The Brooker 4-H girls said -. - -- D _': I f"J..A'"
corsage gar- who will be leaving who has spent the > Peggy Dyal have moved a --- Starke visited airs. J. E. Nor- I rtl E\ergreen lldI'LIJlun.u
to receive diplomas at gradu- faculty Tampa, !. in planning their cook out I
-denias. include Mrs. Lily Barnes, first last four weeks here and house trailer onto the Dyal, menu"Miss Ross, fix some i man Wednesday afternoon of On Sunday, June 3- :

1!:' L" :w : ::L ;'1O'V! .. and second grade teacher, and Mrs. Hines' daughter Mrs.i property on highway 301 more slaw with those little I last week. The Bradford County Singers Will Be With Us, and

Mrs. Ramona Worley sixth E. S., Sanders.7 "', of. Chiefland.First .. .north of .Hampton.. green things in it." Those! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas all other singers are invited.Dinner .

and Their seventh husband's grade Charles teacher.H. "",," 'YTYYY't'. Y;.. .-.-.-'I'-..-.-.-T-..-..._.._.._.._., _., _.. _., _., _., I_w.w..ww.WWWy'.' .. J '- .J. .. .:. "little green things" were the I I Starling visited Mrs.of Starling's Kingsley Lake mother Will be Served At 1 P. 31.

PRICE TRIUMPH Barnes and Hobart Worley NEWS: OF _INTEREST; \ TO, COTQREDCITIZENS I chives.Chives may be1 purchased in I I II Mrs. J. E. Norman,

at I I''Tuesday afternoon.
will receive LLD degrees OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy I. small pots in some grocery
Rev. JE.. Norman and
i the University of Florida on and seed stores. They should!!i You are Also Cordially Invited To

i Monday, June 11. Elizabeth Givens) be separated and planted like :J James visited the Oak Grove
"t ( Baptist Church Homecoming ATTEND OUR REVIVALStarting
Present teachers planningto onions. In the winter they die I

t ROAVICTORt < Beatrice remain Futch next,year second are Mrs.and AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi4A4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe I down and come up again in I I last Rev Sunday.. J. a 1':1. Norman of Eti.er- H! Mnndav._ n_._.. June_ ____ .1._. Through"'

third grade Mrs. Rebecca second semester examinations will be held soon in New Hope'I the spring. I green Baptist Church will Sunday, June 10
; in
Baptist Church with Rev. The chives I planted
Jusick fourth and fifth grade; 22-23, are and in all progress studentsare George Lee officiating. Dea- flower pots are now bloom-I speak at the Baccalaureate Rev. "'. McElroy Will be The Evangelist
May Service 0 f Lawtey Junior
and Mrs. Maureen Paul, exceptional '
I ing- they have attractive lavender Song Service Each
in
Betty looking forward to a suc- con Dommon has lived High School Sunday morningat Night, 8 P. M.
teacher. Mrs.
I
The Baca- Starke for a number of years blossoms, and lend ) "
is scheduled to teach cessful ending. 11 o'clock in the school au- \ J. E. Norman. Pastor
May laureate Sermon will be and is well known in this themselves very well to ornamental -i .
i, first grade to replace Mrs. border plants in your I ditorium.GA I
preached on Sunday, May 27, county.
Barnes. Mrs. May who has Focus Week was obser-
at 3 m. by Rev. C. B. Dal- Allen Chapel Church. Rev. yard. |
p. RA'swith
taught several years in Homestead ved by the GA's and
I pastor for the past three L. A. Sampson will be host to 4.11 Camp !
is now living in Hamp- ey a weiner roast Thursday
ton, where her husband, Ri- years of the First Baptist the third Quarterly confer-I The first camp letter has i night of last week at Ever-
May's Church of Oakland. Jackson- ence on Sunday, May been mailed to those 4-H i green Baptist Church. They Bt CKS'GROCERY
chard May, is managing
Grocery. ville. The public i$ cordially W. P. Jenkins, presiding elder girls completing one project' also presented a choral read-
invited. in charge of the services. this year. As others complete
Members of next week'sgraduating ; ing, "The Girls Auxiliary
School 9:45 projects, they will receive the :i
Class Night will be held Sunday : a. m. "
class include Linda 1 Aim in church Sunday mor-
Monday May 28, at 8 p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. invitation to attend camp July'
ning. Corsages were presented
Lou Gnann
Sue Batten, Lary
Karen Hansen, Thomas Ed- All presents to Seniors will be Evening Service 6 p. m. Both 2-6 at Cherry Lake. )I to Maxine Redding and Sue and MARKET :

V ward Johnson, David A. Loper given that night. No presentswill 'sermons delivered. by Rev. W. Cherry Lake is a perman-|1 Brice, who will be sent by the Half :Mile North, of City Limits--U. S. 301 .
ent 4-H state with ;
e ati be given Commencement 1 P. Jenkins. camp a <1 .
Johnny church to Camp 0' The Su1 i
G. McElroy,
Sheryl 1
All members are asked toI regular staff of employees. It OPEN 7 DAYS 7 7AM.-11
P.M.
Moore, Gloria Jean Newsome, Night.Commencement I is wanneeJune 1823. ;
Exerciseswill please pay the class leaders eight miles north of Madi-
Marjorie Ann Packham. Don- i Homecoming and Revival ....
.
na Marie Rhoden, Billy W., be held at 8 p. m. Wed- so the third quarter's work I'son. |j Everyone is invited to attend : .
I'
The .,
nesday, May 30, and the Senior can be completed. Bradford County girls
Starling, the annual Homecoming
Saxon, Linda Faye
Franklin Price Starr, Gay. Graduating Party [invitational H'ers and boys from will Baker camp and with Union 4-I,. at Evergreen Baptist Church CORNED BEEF 39c.
] will be held 31. !
Junita Swartz, and Larry I I May I Counties. Agents from the. on Sunday, June 3. The Bradford -
The Class will .
Homemaking
Youngblood.liD County Singers will be
Wayne I three counties will be at .
camp
Meet Held hold open house on Sunday !. present, and all other singers : .

The Hampton special project May 27, and everyone is ask- all will week.drive the Mrs.bus.Boots She Green and!1. are invited to attend. Dinner I j PET MILK, 8 tall cans $1.00 ,
x Dor- ed to come by before and after will be served at 1 m. !
group, led by Miss I p.
= Mrs. James Edwards atitend I
will
: I I I
e I the Baccalaureate pro- ROYAL LONG GRAIN
othy Ross, home demonstration i Revival services will start -
I agent, met Thursday May gram. Rewards will be given Our Soil Our Strength week. as local leaders that, Monday, June 4, with Rev. W. : RICE, 5 lbs 59c

TUB THRIFTON 17, at Hampton town hall fora from the Homemaking De- Did I I P. McElroy as the evangelist. : 1
Soil Conservation You Know . j
Series 193-A-49-M demonstration of home partment on May 28, and all That the j' Singing will begin each night DIXIE LILY SELF-RISING
13"tube[overall diag.J-HZ sq.IA.ptctura fruits and students are asked to be pre- I ixia is bloomingnow at8p.m.'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyym.
of
freezing vege- N-E.W-S ? There : CORN MEAL
sent. Mrs. O. W. George, are quite a few 5 Ibs. 59c ,
tables. teacher. about four miles out of Starkeon :
Next meeting of the group By Bill II- 301 north. STERLING
OnlyTake Club News .
will be on Thursday June 21. "
at 1:30 m. at Hampton The Fiesta Social and Sav- Request for soil and water The ixia was discovered TABLE SALT, 2 for" .-' '19c :
of this p. in Bayless Hiway
advantage now sensational growing Bradford Countyin ,
> ings Club will not meet Sat- conservation farm plans were I .
Jf *! Town Hall, and will be on
i "f 1778
RCA Victor TV: buy! A smart flower furniture urday night due to death in made by H. A. Bishop Jr., W. by Willia Bartram. BUSH'S

compact beauty with Super-Power Hfl$ 1' Sgf*5 refinishing.arranging, or the host's family. The meet- T. Jackson, and J. D. Odom. His fields of description cerulean ixias"of "azure creat- J By Mrs A. C. EllisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAiA : NO. 303 CAN

ing will be held June 2, with The land of their
ful "New Vista" Tuner for unsurpassed GA Focus Week lines farms ed great excitement I '
I The Girls f Mrs. Blye as hostess. All have been located on aerial among I
Auxiliary 0 BUTTER
performance from many I botanists. The botanical name I :Mrs. Rachel Green, Mrs. BEANS 10c'
Mampton Baptist Church observed members are asked to be pres- photographs and a request:
hard-to-get ,stations. "Power Pack" No Trade \ Focus Week last week ent. I for a soil and capability map I is salpingostylis coelestina I Ella May Raulerson and family i

Chassis-big, Full-Picture Tube. with a supper meeting Wed- The Carnation Social and i has been made. and means little heavenly blue and Mrs. Clyde Green and .

Thrilling "Golden Throat" sound. A Needed nesday afternoon. A study of Savings Club met Monday!. Pete Griffis, Billy Vames trumpet The style. I I family of Brooker visited the LARD, Sunnyland Pure GAL. 99c
beauty of this -
night, May 21, at the Reno and Joe rare Edward Normans Sunday.
Noegel made
mission work with Indians requests I Ii I
value at this low low price! blue
big ixia with
the little trumpet
provided the theme for the Theatre with Mrs. Burtis Ro- i for fish to stock their ponds.,,. Mrs. Eldon Sapp is visiting NEW CROP RED BLISS
binson as host. A delicious style unfolds with the in Ft. Lauderdale for a few
afternoon, and a program on repast -I The fish will be supplied by! i POTATOES
I Indian mission work was presented was served, which was the United States Department i! dawn in May and early June. days.Mr. I 10 lbs. 49c

G THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION I'service at at the the prayer church meeting that enjoyed Church NewsBethlehem by all. of Wildlife The Service Interior,in Fish coo and ra-1 I delicate The petals they are melt so away thin under and- and family and Mrs.of H.Gainesvillewere B. Kelly I GIANT FAB 69c J

evening. Freewill Baptist tion with the Soil the mid-morning sun. No Sunday dinner guests of

Taking part in the evening's Church, Rev. Louis McKay tion Service and the Bradford I one has explained why it the M. L. Conners.Mr. HOOD 33BLEACH

I pastor. All weekly services I I Soil Conservation District. I'' grows in restricted areas. Very and Mrs. Fred Broad- Quart 15c
program were Donna Rhoden -
WKLER {1- will begin at 7:30 I few people have been successful well and baby of Jacksonville
I Odessia Melton, Joyce Conk- I : p. m. during Don Champion, Farm Forester -
lin. Virginia. Brown Sheryl I the summer months. Sun- .I Florida Forest Service!j in transplanting it in their visited her parents, the Lester NORTHERN TISSUE 3 rolls 25c

$ ? 4rs X McElroy, Debra Hicks Deborah -I day May 27, is Junior Church and Charles Young Soil |I! gardens. 1 I. Crosbys, last Sunday. .

Hill Erline Youngblood, day. Morning Worship, 11 a. Scientist Soil Conservation|'i Saturday morning Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby

ELECTRIC Susan Dyal, Gloria Rhoden II m. At 7:30: p. m. the Junior Service made a study of in- I., Mrs. Speer and I went out went to Linden Monday on MEATS AND POULTRY
Church is rather early to see the ixias. business,
honored
to have remaining through
&AAV>* Barbara Rhoden Melody May,I terperting soil surveys for''
Rev. Robert Dell to We found two University pro- : Wednesday to visit relatives.Mr. .
Ave.'a Marla Mosher and Paula Mc- preach. woodland use in Bradford I Grade
FRYERS A.
232 N. Temple Phone 964-4301 Elroy. Assisting were Mrs. Ho- {: Mack Lee and John Solomon County. Some of the obJectives '!, fessors and their students I and Mrs. Herschell Ib. 25c
{ are in charge of the I j studying these and other wild I Johnson of Jacksonville were
race Dy a 1 I. Mrs. Lawton i I j of this study are: To ( FRESH GROUND
i! program and all members and I obtain information useful in j flowers in this particular dinner guests of her parents, BEEF Ib. 49ciMiumr
-- I friends X_ H I field. The_ professors' _said_' the I Mr. d M
-f, are mated tu attendall aerermming me Kina and Intensities n I. an irs. Floyd Crosby,
r ,i services.-Mary McBride of soil surveys need- ixia is found in seven coun- Sunday. Mrs. Johnson remained Azalea WEINERS, package 29c
I!1 reporter. ties in IJorlda. to visit with her
I ed on land which may be used parents
i First Born Church of the I for the production of wood! Girls Cook Out and Swim I this week. AZALEA ALL MEAT

4 Living God. A Youth and Adult crops; to help interpret soil 'II Older girls of the Lawteyand Congratulations to our grad- BOLOGNA lb. 39c

Talent program will be I f.I surveys so they can be most' Starke 4-H Clubs enjoyed i uating Seniors, Miss Gloria

held Saturday night, May 26, effectively used by woodland 1: a cook-out and swim sat-I Crosby, Carolyn Jones, and
_ on behalf of Martha Ann I owners and operators and urday at the Enlisted Joe Allen Sapp. PICNICS, Sunnyland 16. 29c

Lane. The following groups technicians who assist bY// club at Camp Blanding. They I There will be no services

'will appear at 8:30: p. m.; I owners in planning or were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Sunday night due to the Bac- NICE PORK CHOPS 16. 59c

(Q) The Barry Brothers, The I ing woodland programs; toj I Johnny Greene. : calaureate Service in Starke. I
@ Rose Bud, The Lily Specials,j obtain information concern- ) The menu was grilled hamburgers The WMU, Brotherhoood BIRDSEYE FROZEN
I
'and many others. The publicis I ing the relationship between j foil-baked RA's, and GA's will meet Monday PERCH FILLET pk. 39c

\ ;( invited to hear these sing- j kinds of soil and other factors raw vegetable potatoes'j May 28, at 7:30: p. m. The.

.-- ers.Sister affecting the production
Essie Mae Thomas j of wood crops.Complete I .
J and group will appear at the f I .
... soil and water'I +D A TfLL311V.lh /'
t. I Born Church of the I conservation farm plans were A 1'-, .
,Living God on 27 at .
May 8:30:
J-' "' > ..". ... { \ I delivered to W. R. Conner'
p. m. All quartets and SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOTMAY .
groups
I
; I and L. G. Johns Jr. Both men
_ !. STEADy are invited to attend and .
DOES are planning to Pensacola
use
IT i. : II ..
4.. participate.-Zephonia Lane :. Bahia and White Clover in. 29, isszBRADFORD
Y :reporter; Elder F. Howard their .' .
: ,eerer meredisfat7re,hourbybtclriving; ; pastor. pasture program. These

t dejdy pace. Deaths Recorded farm plans are prepared for COUNTY

...... anyone interested in soil and
.
k lk .... i i Funeral services will be water conservation for their' PRECINCT NO.
Too 1! held at Mt. Pisgah Church on .
i S&ferifeerftnanc/aJ/y/ / by I farm. There is no charge for
I saving precisel/ {I Saturday. May 27. for Norma this service ; i:
I which is furnish-
.
08It ..,payday. 1! Jean Clarke who was drowned To vote for whose is Square
through the cooperation of person name printed on the ballot mark a cross .(Xl) in the
.. ': last Saturday at Little Talbot the Bradford Soil Conserva- at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. ,
Start ft) f k'icnd sI'inf Island on the Atlantic
o high, as ceadirJOnS'w tion District and the Soil
Ocean. It is reported that

!:;Wifc as, low could be $5 See you ; she was knocked down by a Conservation Service. State
County
nerf payday? I large wave while in waist-deep "

water and was pulled from CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS FOR RAILROAD AND PUBLIC FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

the surf by lifeguards after CHURCH UTILITIES COMMISSIONER .

two attempts had been made n-_ .. .. ni?fpillf... v'. ouroup
&>:>U& .nv. ..
by a companion to rescue her.I North 301. 2H miles out of ixo. 2

I LORIDAiffkiTN1mki She was the daughter of town on left of the road. .
I
(Vote for One (Vote for One
Rev. and Mrs. Ulysses Clarkof I Young People's Meeting ) )
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I Lincoln I Friday 7:30: m.
City and was a 9th p. Sunday '
: : Grade student at' RJE High I School 10 a.m. Sunday N'ght', n .

.. : : f School She was born on Dec. i Worship 7 p. m. Everyone ; JIf BI.QNTO\T. EWELL LAWSON 1'-]
'
,I 20. 1946. cordially invited to attend;

LI One Of SO Banks Of The Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp :I Funeral services for the Rev.. Carl' Edmondson- pastor..I' JERRY W. GARTER I I GEORGE W. ROBERTS.. JR. I. I

late Deacon Henry .Dommon 65., ; :;;. -;.... .-, ..{ "d Jr........ .
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' THURSDAY MAY t-l. 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ST. R HE, FLORIDA PAGEIXE


COME IN.. L'M. CLIP&RDIEI'
1NG T
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i ,50 FREE I .
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1n fiee*Stamp*

n OUR tlMIT-1 PER FAMILY
SEiZB S SALE
,. WITH $500 FOOD ORDER M&v.Ie b
\ 1) EXPIRES 5 27-62 +' O
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USDA QUICK ,.- .
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,:. .. ;, r't arl FROZEN GRADE HA" LTThJ )__ 20ftMliCHANTS _
;r:a r'y. .,n "94!+ r ..
}
r rME At iA r 1"'d'1' BROAD BREASTED WITH tHE"PuacMAlE or"siS FT.
: BRCXN" NYLON REINFORCED S/r
QUANTITY .
I GARDEN HOSE r ,
RIGHTS l % I 1 At our regular low prk
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RESERVED L EXPIRES 5306Zfft

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PRICES COOD THRU WEEKEND '
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V. +
1- r i y' _IUU A Crtta MERCHANTS Stamps
WITH THC PUPCHASt OP lAjSTHtCRCMC -
(RCB-SOFT-OAY1 99C SIZC
r ''k ? HAIR SPRAY
-._ Ifq. 8-10 LB AVG At our reguUr low price,. ,
I f_T it y; ; LBllMITl tut + EXPIRES 5-30-62

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a
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'$5.00 FOOD ORDER

I p MERCHANTS
Qp Grsos Stuape
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WITH THE PURCHASE Of 3'j
B DZ.PKGS.MRS.WAONUJ-S
PIGS FEET Blue ,Ribbon Heavy Western Mature Beef a POWDERED'DO-NUTS '
__ I At our regular low prict

'!c $ BEEF TRIPE RIB LB 69 t raa.01 "EXPIRES 9-30-62 ItAS



HOG MAW! 10'OMUCHANS'W; I ,

2 lBS 2Sc CHU"'C'H K" LB 59'C 3.11..8.WITH BEEF THC CUBE MEALTIME PURCHASE STEAKS MAlO OF

j [At our regular low price
r -_ __.: MAYFAIR. _NEW1PROVED[ + EXPIRES S-3O-tZ.
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__: '_ '. .D\IB__ .?J..{." _.. COTTAGE CHEESE 1 I' 0 ,
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Chase & Sanborn MILD DAISY 16 OZ 32 OZ
2Sc 49 MERCHANTS
I rt .. CHEESE CUP CUP 100 Greaa Stamps
LADY FAIR BUTTERMILK. OR SWEET MILK MITHTHEPURCHAUar7Wa
.
I .. It OZ. PKDS. BOLD KINO FNOSIN
.,..CIN.............r......,.........tAaM....., ,I tB. 49c' BISCUITS 3 .CANS 25c HUSH PUPPIES
A e> r roe rRq 1 At our regular tow p/kt ,
tae '
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li I I .,- ,: PSG SLICED SPICED


4 tSy 1A CKSD 1 LB I FARMER FRiNSCS<< LU CHMEA'! O WITH THC PURCHASE CrtM Stamp OF X EARL* .

._._ VLRE TIN I I SALAMI PKG 39c CANS SPRAY STA-FLD STARCH lc Qrrj
t: 4 9c
LIMIT' -1 7c At low
.._ ; i B. our regular price
WITH $2.50
I [EXPIRES- t)-RZ
I COIFEE' FOOD ORDER .-- ; i FRESH WATER LAKE / soy
!T 'S'E AfOQa: :'
.: E --, _:, --_: ,-- --- CATFISH LB 39c
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FOOD FAIR .. I DEEP SEA
hli .
: II t 1 SN9-WHITE 50 MERCHANTSGrtan -

e 1 } I 1 I. COFFEE ; 1 TIN 49 e rk I SCALLOPS LB 59 pica SLICED THE FARMER PURCHASE BACON BRAY StampsWITH OF THICK 2[!. .

I At our regular low prictEXPIRES

LxTRiRIcH. y DETERGENTk4ffThi SALE' i I FRi D F. '5B STICKS LB 49c ,S3062i ...,

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FOOD FAIR FRESH 3 '
I ,- ---'.,'.'.. SINGLETON BREADED. '

MILK '" FROZE.ti' .- ._.:_ -- SHRIMP 2'00ZIOO' $ i lJ Jt Gr MERCHANTS M Stamps ,
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1111 1 1 ,I 1 CHEER O r I COLD&KING; WITH.KING THC BRAND PURCHASC BRCADCD OrLB.
/z ,. OZ $]00 PORK OR VEAL .
CAL 55 .. "'j FROZEN 'ONION RINGS 38 K GS 1 At our regular low price
CTN ... EXPIRES' S9O6Zmfa
I BLUE BIRD'FROZEN
] .

s i! < I TIDEcIANT I QR'ANGE JUICE 6 CANS 60Z 79cI _-

-_ I C '-,:' ::--, : ;' LADY FAIR REG 35* GOLDEN tpO MERCHANTS Crtaa Stamps ii
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i 7 : a, Yl. POUND CAKE 12 OZ 29c WITH THC PUHCHASC or CCCON.49G .
_
LIMIT-1 WITH $2.50 : CUT SlZCl PTa0aMJLT
; I FOOD ORDER VASELINE
LADY FAIR REG 39 ICED At our regular few prict

UWBERRYBUNS 0F PKG 8 3ScSUN rw EXPIRES S3Q62mmmmm aet

a _.. __ ,AID ORANGE GRAPE AND PUNCH FLAVORED LADY FAIR.PULLMAN THINFR'UIT

__._ REG 39< SLICED WHITE BREAD 2 LOAVES 1S OZ 5c A MERCHANTS/.
!%? Crt Stawips
DRINKS 57 OZDECANTER 2ge
__ WI THC PUR CHASE Or
s DRY OR NORMAL 16QC SIZE
FLAVORKIST ASSORTED FLAVORS SUAVE SHAMPOO

HILLSDALE! HAWAIIAN SLICED ICE IIIAM ICE. MILK = At our regular 5-3O4I low prkCXP1ICS

'L PNEAPPLE} 4 20 CANS OZ 98 GAllON 59c I % GALLON 49c --


-- ti1ERC1lANTi, lJIips

LIBBY ROSEDALE :: WITH THC Gm..1t PUDCHASC Vf
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15 OZ.LADY FAIR ELICEB
iRS 4 303 9'8c' GSIEN LIMAS RAISIN/ BREAD :iAt
A CANS our regular tow prictCXPIRCS
TA.._ I SARACEN' ft3Oami Z
f, j HfCRADtVDAD'S( i SUCCOTASH 8 OZ CANS j .
BEEF STEW BIG 24 OZ CAN 39c _

OLD FASHIONED DIXIE,CHEF. ttttCHANTS
ROOT BEER BIG Vz GALLON 49c | BLACKEYES t5 OZ CANS OrtM Staapc
WITH THC PURCHASE OT
JUNE BOY SWEETeueuMBeR UKO'CHOPPED CINNAMON 6 PACK LAOY TWIRLS FAIR

CHIPS 15 OZ JAR 19c' COLLARD GREENS 303 CANS [At our wguUr Uw prk
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EXPIRES f'3062MERCHANTS
PORTABLE l '*& t rs.
BAR-B-QUI GRILL S3.49'VALut $1.99 DIXIE CHEFKEPNEY
i I BEANS 15 OZ CANS ,
1 GAUjON

r PICNIC JUG $l.9s VALUE 99c.DIXIE'CHEFPORK 25 Gran. Slaage

I LARCE'SIZEICi & BEANS 15 oz CANS WITH THE J6DZ.LARCE PURCHASE Of

__ BUCKET $1.49 VALUE 79C. DIXIE cHEF O N At LETANt"price.ZA| a i
FANCY FRESH YELLOW BANTAM SPAGHETTI WITH 15 AT UI ems f""l CXPIRCS -acs .
I r' CHEESE


I } \ 25C MOOUNTSCf* Sfa tpfl

CN 1098 WITH THC PURCHASC OF .
EARS CCOKED ANY PACKAGE SEAFOOD 4

At'our figuUr low prig
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TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 24, 196J

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For Bradford PupilsSummer close they tend to grow even beautiful birthday cake and I f as announce the birth of a erate the mower. I. Plaintiffvs I 226 South Main Street

taller, more spindly, and are all of the family joined in far son, Roger Dean, on May 9 8. Cut hills and slopes side- I Joseph- Anthony Concello 5-17 Gainesville 4t 67REALTOR Florida

crushed to the earth by windor the celebration. Mr. and Mrs-I'' in St. Vincent's Hospital, ways, never up and down. I Defendant.

rain. Jack Waters and family, and], Jacksonville.Mr. 9. Never operate a mower :NOTICE TO APPEARTO ',
: JOSEPH ANTHONY CON- '
Program Offers A few other heat tolerant: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and and Mrs. Milton Harris barefoot. Wear safe shoes and CELLO Kennewood Hotel El-

annuals that can be planted : family of Jacksonville were announce the birth of a i protect your legs. izabethtowu. Pennsylvania.
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
now are cosmos, cypress-vine members of the family pres- daughter, Robin Juanita, on 10. Stand firmly behind the that a suit for Divorcehas .
I'
rose-moss, wishbone flower,. ent from out of town. May 9 in Baptist Memorial mower and stay in step withit. I I been filed against you by

Varied ActivitiesVaried j and zinnia. I Vacation Bible School will Hospital, Jacksonville.I I Do not run so fast you !i HELEN Plaintiff BORER in the Circuit COXCELLO Court, Sees R

Wishbone flower-sometimes: begin here on Monday June must run to keep pace. i i of Plorida, Eighth Judicial Circuit -'

I called summer pansy is an 11, at 9 a. m. and continue until J How To Avoid 11. Do not use an electrical i .in in Chancery and for Bradford, and you County are-

edging or rock garden sub- noon daily for a week. All mower when the grass it wet. I hereby required to serve a copyof 1
activities School center will baseball for
summer tary serve J glove the sport! ( ,
ject that will withstand heat folks invited to Accidents With :your answer or other pleading -
I young are Always plan your cutting pattern -
will be'offered to Bradford aU other county areas. and games program; and a to the Complaint on Plaintiffs -
and succeed with little atten- register and attend. Power MowersIn to avoid crossing the power i Attorney E. COV1XGTOX
County school students start- Mrs. Helen Malone will work foods fee for the homemaking I '
tion. It blooms profusely all : Baptismal services for the line. ': JOJIXvSTO.Y. P. O. Box 26, Galaesville. -}
ing Monday, June 11, L. H. with students enrolled in program, the summer pro \ Florida and file the or-
summer with masses of unusual -i Maxville Baptist church were! order 12. Never try to remove I iginal in the office of the Clerkof
to
Gibson, coordinator of the grades 2, 3, and 4 for the gram is free. Transportationby avoid accidents
white lavendar, yel i afternoon at the Circuit Court at Starke,
or held last
Sunday clogged ;
j grass clippings
summer program announced 1962-63 term. Mrs. Bernice school busses is supplied I while using power mowers, or I Florida on or before the 18th
yesterday.The t Hopkins will work with students only for the swimming pro- low-blotched flowers. I the D. J. Parrish cottage observe the following safety stones from a running ma- day of June. 1962. Otherwise ,
Rose-moss is another good I chine. I the allegations of said Complaint
summer activities are enrolled in grades 5, 6, gram. Kingsley Lace rules: will be taken as confessed -
edging plant that can be obtained i We regret that :Miss Joan 13. Keep equipment clean by yo"DATED
offered in Bradford County and 7 for the 1962-63 term. Swimming director JamesC. 1. Inspect the yard for stones f
in shades of buff, salmon i Bell has been ill and wish hera to avoid fire hazard this 15 day of May,
a and insure -
under the Minimum Founda- Parents of recommended Hobbs invites parents and wire, sticks, and other debris 1962 i

tion Program for Education, pupils will be notified by the other adults who have had pink and red. I speedy recovery. before using ,any power trouble-free operation. CHARLES A. DARBY ;,
If you are going away this : Mrs. Bootsie Cannon retur- 14. When using an attach- Clerk of Circuit Court
to avoid
equipment throwing
which"provides one especially I teachers.No experience in teaching swim- and the Seal aa legistead M
certified teacher for each : credit is granted for any ming to volunteer their services summer and don't want to ned home last week after un- such dangerous missiles from ment to a power unit, make I Bradford County. Florida.) the U.5.Pat wt Office md may be tse)
plant flowers now that will: dergoing surgery in St. Vin- sure it is fastened securely !I By: MARIAN L. CROSBY I, only by members of the National Association
eight teachers employed. "The : summer program classes or for this program. Girls, the moving blades. Deputy Clerk of Real Estate Boards.
summer program which can- activities. Students who have in particular, are needed for bloom while you are away, put I cent's Hospital and seems to 2. Learn how to start and before starting the motor. :j Clayton Johnston Arnow, Duncan & i

not exceed eight weeks in duration j been retained cannot makeup students assistants. "0 u r in a leguminous crop to en- be getting along nicely.Mr. stop equipment safely by 15. Store gasoline in an ap- Attorneys for Plaintiff ---w

is intended to provide academic work through safety record has been per- rich your soil. I and Mrs. Harry Padgettand reading the instruction book proved container, out of chili i
A crop of lupines or cowpeas : Mr. and Mrs. Marston I dren's reach, and never keep !
the
enrichment activities beynod this particular program, nor fect" Hobbs stated. "For this carefully. Understanding
will add nitrogen to the soil i Walls visited in Gadsden, Ala.] it in the house
SHOP
or basement. ANYWHEREFOR
academic to
those in the regular school may they acquire reason, it is necessary to stag- operation also will help en-
if turned under in late : with Mr. Walls'parents I
sum- last weekend
scheduled," Gibson said. "All credits. ger our swimming schedules." joy long repair-free service la the Count Judge' Court of ;:
fall. This will add I! Ernest, NEW OR USED
and Mrs.
local activities are subject to Student Assistant t'ositions mer or early Mr. from the machine. Bradford County, Florida In
organic matter to garden Walls. Probate.
state approval, and the pro- in your I .3 Always disconnect the In 't
Boys and girls enrolled Re: Estate of
gram offerings will be about grades 10, 11, and 12 for the Let's Go site.Be Miscellaneous Shower spark plug wire or electrical Walter R. Swanbom. Deceased. Then Come See Us!
to inoculate the seed enter- NOTICE TO CltlCIHTOHS
% sure Mrs. J. D. Padgett
the same in all schools, he 1962-63 term may earn one- plug whenever you refuel and All persons having claims or ,
ifCardeiiingBy before planting. Your seed; tained at her home Friday I
added. half non-academic high repair the machine. demands against the estate off I WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL
dealer or county agent can I night, May 11, with a miscel- Walter R. Swanbom deceased, ','
Afternoon Activities school credit or one credit for 4. Allow space in the tank are hereby notified and required :
Starting June 11 give you information on the I laneous shower honoring Mrs. to file their claims in the
I
of the
fuel
assisting any summer for expansion and never
proper inoculant and how to Marston Walls, a recent bride. office of the County Judge of ,I UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET
Arts and Crafts rwoodwork- program teachers for 90 hours refuel when the engine is hot. Bradford County, I ing, leathercraft, etc.l will beheld use it. Games were played and pri th County Court House at i
and 180 hours respectively. j 5. Keep children and pets
: Sharpe zes were awarded to Dex McPherson Starke, Florida within six calendar Your Authorized Dealer
Hervey
from 1 to 4 daily i
p. m. Interested students may con- VTTTTTTVTTTTTVTVTTTTT1MAXVILLE away from the mowing area. months from the date oft I
under the direction of Ted Og- tact the teachers directing] Agricultural Extension Service Lessie Mae Wilkinson Be especially careful that they the first publication. i' 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE
Dorothy Higginbotham, This May :21, 1962. i i'
lesby. Classes will meet accord- the different activities. Assis-j do not get in line with the DOROTHY AGXES SWAXBOM -
j like and Susie Harris
Marigolds cars Linnie
are Harris
which will be As Administratrix of the Es-
ing to schedules tantships are limited. Mrs. grass discharge from the ma-
announced. Eligible students I they are getting smaller and after which the honoree I tate of Walter U. :Swanbom, AMBULANCE SERVICE
Maxine Gibson, who conductsa chine. Deceased.
must be enrolled in grades 41 j Homemaking summer pro better each year. By Mrs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA opened her many lovely gifts.I HOLLJS ''. KXIGHT PHONE 964.2600DeWitt
12 for the 1962-63 j Plant breeders seem to be Delicious cake and drinks I 6. Stop the motor wheneveryou Starke, 'Florida.Attornt' .
through gram can use one or two as- leave the mower [Child- )' Administratrix
conspiring with contractorswho were served to about 25 j C. Jones Funeral Home
term. I 5.24It 6-14
sistants. Typing is required.Mr. i I
houses ren are quick to try to oper-
build midget-size -
guests. Mrs. Padgett was assisted
Instrumental musjp lessons I Gibson can provide general Mr. and Mrs. Bob McClungand ate an unattended mower.Don't I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
,
Mrs.
lots.
in entertaining by
on pint size I
will be scheduled under Elden' office training for one or i family, Mr. and Mrs.I Starke Fla.
But regardless of the size of I Daisy Padgett and Mrs. Dex give them a chance to in nt Circuit Court, of Flor- ,
Buck Wellhausen, and Henry i i ida < Judicial ( In '
Mathews daily for advancedas two students. I do it.] Eighth Circuit RENTAL SERVICES
I your homestead the new McPherson. and for Bradford County In
I I
well as beginning band stu-i Student assistants do not! dwarf marigolds are ideal for Wellhausen enjoyed a picnic i Births AnnouncedMr. 7. Never allow children or Chancery. Hospital Beds, Wheel) Chairs, CrutchesLOOK
outing at Kingsley Lake last! >
dents. Parents planning to I Helen Borer Concellr
receive pay.Swimming Ii treeless neigh Lowell Thom- inexperienced to -
sun-drenched j and :Mrs. persons op
start children in the band are: Program Saturday. I
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for sun-bathed
borhoods, or
urged to enroll them for the Because of limited summer Mrs. Nehie Carter of Clay
trees. I
\i spots among Hill visited with Mr. and Mrs.I
summer classes. Interested stu- personnel and the
program. One of the new pigmy
dents are invited to meet with large number of students, the I Henry Carter Monday. !
plants is the Fireglow. It sets;
the band director before the conducted Miss June Higginbotham
swimming program is a flush of deep mahogany red I LIKE klAk7
end of the current school term. in two morning shifts. spent a couple of days last
blossoms with gold colored cen- !
Science enrichment will be The first shift is generally I ters. The Brownie Scout has week with Mrs. Carolyn Ellis i ANaSavELlkL' CRAZY!

conducted daily from 1 to 4 p. : from 8 to 10 a. m. This periodis I deep gold petals with red in Jacksonville. I \

m. in the BHS science department I reserved for students all touches at their bases. Friends of Raymond Kilgore : \

[B building] by Richard'' the Heilbronn. Lawtey. and i Midget Harmony marigoldsfill will be interested to learn that ,

Jockel. Eligible students are Southside School areas, plus ; their plants with a display I he is now attending the Massey i \

those registered for grades 4 those of the Brooker, Graham,I of golden yellow blossoms with Business College.All I \ Mo

through 12 for 1962-63 term I and Hampton areas. Further i, maroon guard petals, while of the students and i

Projects planned for the annual | information concerning the j Midget Mixed produces a complete teachers of the Maxville I

Science Fair may be'' time of bus departures maybe I color scale of all the School and their parentsand I

started during the summer! obtained from the various I marigolds.The friends enjoyed a delightful ':;

classes. I school principals. Shift two I covered dish supperat I a:; 4
j old favorite, Naughty
Outdoor Recreation will leave from the Bradford the school house Tuesday
I Marietta, now has a drawf- j\
Sports and games in a wide County High School bus area I like counterpart in the Dainty I' night, May 22. Ish Brant, Du- a. .

variety will be offered in con- at 9:30: a. m. daily to return I Marietta. Color-wise both have I' val County school superintendent -

junction with the city and about noon. The second shiftis I yellow petals marked with ma- '; was the guest of honor.
county recreation program reserved for students of the Everyone had a wonderful
under the direction of Recre- Starke Elementary School 1 hogany at the base. i FORD DEALER
For those! who like medium time.Henry TAKE A V. I I. VACATION IN A
ation Director Buddy Elliott who live in the immediate j size plants, try the Cracker- Carter and son, J.
and with the assistance of area of Starke. To provide for J,
jack. This marigold is only C., attended a barbecue Sun-
Coach David Hurse and Starke all students each pupil will : two-thirds as high as the older day afternoon at the Doctor'sInlet

Elementary School P I a y- be notified of his starting ; variety. Sunset Giants. Also, Civic Club, which was r .

ground Director John Man date. they bloom almost three weeks given for the Clay County

ning. Students are invited to'' The swimming program will earlier. Their color range is I School bus drivers. VACATION

register with Mr. Elliott. : begin July 18 and run through yellow, gold, and orange. Miss Shirley Higginbothamspent

Educational enrichment for I. August 3 with the exceptionof ,Many new F-l hybrid mari- last weekend in Jack-

elementary students will be I the week of the Fourthof golds are impressive because sonville with Mrs. Carolyn El- I)

offered in two school centers. July holiday. .
they have double flowers and
"Eligible students must have : Students eligible to enroll) set a heavy uniform garden lis.Mr.. and Mrs. George Johnson -

completed the first grade and :, must have completed grade display of long-lasting flow- and family of Jacksonville -

must be recommended by one. Priority is given to stu- ers. Most of the hybrids are ,I were guests of Mr. and

their classroom teachers a !! dents registered in Bradford worth try. I Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and *
.. expensive, but a Here's a Very Inexpensive Plan -
the limited personnel cannot County schools.No ; Hybrids to look for include 1 I family Sunday afternoon. S

possibly enroll all students"Mr Charge for Activities I Sahara, Sun Souffle, and Yellow I I We are sorry to learn that for traveling like a Very Important

Gibson said. Students of Other than personal items Climax. I Frank Wellhausen has been

the New River, Brooker, Graham such as providing a swim- Varieties with giant flowersare I ill again, and wish him a Person.in a brand-new :

and Hampton schools ming suit, towel, and possibly best suited for the backside ': speedy recovery.

may attend the Brooker Ele- a cap for the swimming i of the flower bed. Don't I l Mrs. Randolph Crosby carried car, of course. Right now we're
mentary School. Mrs. Hazel I : her mother Mrs. Minnie
program; materials for individual i. plant them along walks or ,
Harrell will conduct these projects used in the drives where they may in- Carter to Starke to the doc- celebrating vacation time with, ---------"- -----

classes. The Starke Elemen I science or shop programs; a trude. All varieties of marigolds I' tor Sunday afternoon. .r

rate tops as cut flowers I Mrs. Carolyn Ellis of Jacksonville the most beautiful bargains of ."'''.ft 111 1 .tiIH..............

I GLASS That's Our Business because they last for such a i: guest of was Mr.a and Sunday Mrs.dinner Doss the year, So don't spend a nickel
Also MJ4
long time in water. manyof 1ro2f1 1tl1ItIIAYI ON THIS
"If It's Glass We Have It" the new varieties do not Higginbotham and family.

CALL WRITE or VISIT have the traditionally object I Mrs. Woodrow Higginbotham more fixing up your present car! 1lIaI rmv fAlCOlIPORTS FUTURU

FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S of Baldwin visited Mr. .
ionable odor. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham It's so easy to go gay and more '
The small flowered mari-
Sunday afternoon while Mr.
CO.NOT
GLASS
golds make good beds, borders Higginbotham attended the carefree In a handsome new

and edging plants. These
( INC.) I ji dwarfs can stand crowding,I Maxville baseball game. FORD VACATION SPECIAL! IL1tkt
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin _
i with spacing of four to six
j botham and children and Mr. 4.
We Modern Store Fronts
Design
i inches apart in the row.
I I
Sweat of
I and Mrs. Hance I
Just Mail Us A Pattern ForTable I The tall giant marigolds demand -, .
Macclenny spent last weekend
Tops at least 18 inches of I
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1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I growing space between plants.If .: and all of them returnedto IMMEDIATE DELIVERY '' 5- 0

these larger plants are too Jacksonville Sunday and
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STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO School Surprise The Maxville Intermediate enjoyed Parties Baptist a "A"delicious Sunday girlsof 4ow, LOW FORD PRICES .r:::=:sis: ON COUPEJIP08JY IKS


hamburger fry Friday night, I .
May 18, at the home of Miss
PARTS AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICE
.-- Gusta Hurst, and at this time EXTRA-HIGH TRADE-IN. :

Starke Motor J. B. Wright Starke's surprised their teacher, Mrs.
Dorothy Waters, with a birth-

Parts Co., Inc.NAPA. SiN( ..lIE SEBYICB Cities Service Station day party. Mrs. Waters received ALLOWANCES ...AND YOU

STATION lots of nice gifts. Mrs. DOCA:4:0 HAVE YOUR PRESENT

four Mal Complete Auto Service J. C. Gardener, Prop. I Hurst. Mrs. James and Mrs. ::AT

Jobber Far Tires Batteries-Accessories Every Mechanical Service !, Mabel Harris assisted with en- .'
tertaining the 18 guests. may ,
Lubrication
Brownlee t dark Washing General Repairs Automa.t1e.. v
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542 Madison M9-2S01 Transmissions I Upon arriving home from 0 GENEROUS FINANCE TERMS
Phone 964-0801, 964-0611 the hamburger fry, Mrs. Dor- 1

Dodd's Service & Cities Service Products othy Waters was again sur- ...DON'T PAY A CENT FOR 6 WEEKS. .
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Earl's Garage Sales 705 N. Temple Starke, by members of her family. WE'LL EVEN GIVE YOU UP TO $300 '?'
Rambler Sales & Service : Her daughter-in-law Mrs. ; BEW MM* tM KH OH
ALL KINDS OF PHONE 964-9911 CASH IF YOUR PRESENT CAR HAS

AUTO REPAIR WORK GENERAL International REPAIRING Lifetime 1 Jack Waters had baked a i A HIGH ENOUGH TRADE-IN VALUEI UYi1.Y IW &AlWt &OO lJ .

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80. Walnut. Startt FIRESTONZT4res '
Batteries Accessories ', \\llfI'/1

AUTO SERVICE 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 Starke Recap Co. i I,

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA




gTARSE.: FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 24 1962VTVTY1

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"TTTTTTTYTYTYYTTYTTTT7TTTVTVTVVVTYTT1 I Keystone Council Foundation Laid YYTYTYTYYYYYYYTYYTYYTI Melrose MYF and MCP 7
Gets
New p. m. atives In Alabama
Louisiana, Sunday guests at the home of
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Changes AgentsFor 'For Keystone P. O. MELROSEBy Grocery Store Evening Worship 8 p. m. and Texas for several weeks. R. L. Seigler of Grandin.

InsuranceThe TRINITY EPISCOPAL We are pleased to note that Mrs. Ethel Brockman and

:Mary K. Schaeffer Foundation work on the Newest addition to Melrose CHURCH MELROSESundays Mrs. Margaret Stuart is much Judy Sapp are listed among
new Keystone Heights post Mrs. Alice Rothtut.eI'i.A.&AAAAAAAAAiAAAA business district is the Ford better after being confined to the sick of the communitythis
i insurance contract for office was completed recently Food Market and General' 10 a. m. Church her home for the past month week.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA...-.-A-A,.. the Town of Keystone Heightswas at the corner of Lawrence Store which is rapidly near- School 11:45: a. m. Morning The WMU of Paran Church Mrs. Hazel Giddens of Pa-
I
I awarded Monday night to Blvd. and Cardinal St. Mrs. Olive Gurr of Jacksonville ing completion.Mr. Prayer and Sermon [First met Tuesday night with Mrs. latka was calling on Mr. and

Mrs. Nelson Entertains Gardener," and a member of The Travelers Insurance Co., Work on the new building, visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl A. Ford Sunday Holy Communion]. 6 Barbara Reed Kinzer, South- Mrs. W. D. Gornto and Mrs.
Garden Club Members the Board of Florida Federa- represented by George E. La- owned by Col. Harold W. B. A. Barrington and other plan to move their entire stockto p.m. Episcopal Young Church east Africa missionery, as Ella Bellisario last Monday.

The Garden Club of the tion of Garden Clubs. Her Rue on the basis of re-bids Ashley of Melrose is expectedto friends in Melrose. the new location at the men.Holy guest speaker. Present for the Grandin friends regret to

Lakes met Thursday May 24, subject was "What it Meansto received The by the town council. be completed some time in Mrs. E. E. Ennis of Dade Junction of Hyws. 21 and 26 Days 10 a. m.. Holy lecture were Mrs. Lynn Good- note that Mrs. Walter J.

at 1:30: p. m., at the home of be a Garden Club Woman." contract had previouslybeen July. City spent the weekend with after it is completed some- Communion.The bread, Mrs. Marjorie Hubner, Moody is still on the critical
Mrs. Herbert A. Nelson on Each member was wearinga awarded to Reynolds Insurance Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Raley. time after June 1. Rev. Lee W. Heaton Mrs. Charleyne Brantley, Mrs. list at St. Vincent's Hospitalin

Lakeview Drive. corsage of her own creation. Agency nut at the CLAY COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. John Simmonsand The 60 x 70 foot structure Vicar. Mary Adams, Mrs. Earline Jacksonville.

Guest speaker for the meet- Assisting Mrs. Nelson as co- Councilman regular meeting M. on L. May Beasley 15, PUBLIC LIBRARY children of Orlando spentMother's of cement block is situated on YYT YYYY.YTY.YYYYYT) Price Mrs. Thelma Carnes Mr. and Mrs. R. L Strick

ing was Mrs. Marcus E. Covington hostesses were Mrs. William pointed out that there had NOTES Day with her parents sufficient land to allow for Mrs. Kay Tanner Mrs. Susie land and son of Ormond
of Orange Park and Davie and Mrs. Richard Mur- been confusion Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford. ample parking space. A full GRANDIN i Gornto Mrs. Chester Weaver Beach were visiting Mr.
Crystal rhee. some concern-. Response to the Clay COun- line of meats I and Rebecca Brantley. Strickland's mother and step-
Professor .
Lake, who is circula- Clarence f.... H groceries and .
ing the first bIas received, and o- ----- -- -
tion manager of "The Florida Summer Round-Up of ty Public Library's bookmo- en was guest speaker at the general merchandise will be Rev. J. E. Strickland of Pa- father Mr. and Mrs. W D
the agencies had not
First used the bile has been more than By Mrs. Rebecca latka
GradersAll Keystone Heights Rotary Club available at the new store. Brantler was visiting relatives Gornto, last Sunday.
criteria in
children who will enter their same submitting pleasing during the less-than- Friday. He gave an interest- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjMrs. and friends here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Me-
proposals. Some
school in September 1962 will i changeswere two-months it has been "run- ing talk on "The MinimumFoundation :Mrs. Mattie G. Lawson and Call of Jacksonville are spen
Please VoteIn be given a free physical check made in the program by ning around the county." Approximately Program in Our Holy Trinity Episcopal Churchin Annie Sikes. Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Mildred Burrows of Gain- ding the weekends In their
the council and the
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up on Tuesday May 29, at regular 290 persons have Schools." Gainesville.Mrs. ith Varnes Dinwla and Mrs. esville visited relatives here trailer home here and report
Keystone Heights School. meeting was recessed until registered and check out almost Mrs. :Mabel Whitehead and Danella M. Holden Rosa Brantley were in Jack- Saturday.Mr. i I that they are enjoying living

The Second AU parents of future first- Monday night. Travelers was 800 books. When it Is Mrs. F. Teater of Los Angeles, spent Mother's Day in Cres- sonville Saturday and while and Mrs. Robert Seig- like country folk.
found to be low in the re-bid-
,I graders are urged to bring remembered that the book- Calif. are guests of Mr. and cent City with her parents, there they visited Mrs. Waiter ler and sons of Palatka were
Primary May 29 i i their children on that day at ding and was awarded thetown's mobile is out on the road only Mrs. E. C. Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Martin. J. Moody of Grandin, who

i 8:30: a. m. They will be regis- Monday night.insurance effective. one full day each week, these family. Going ''along to visit their is a patient in St. Vincent's To My Many Friends and Votersof
figures Hospital.The .
remarkable.
are truly
: tered as well as examined by : Mrs. Myla Keehn of Burlington grandparents were Shelly,
: At the regular meeting last During April the three I Paran Church PLEASE ELECT
competent professional people Iowa left Monday Betsy, Lance and Lucy Hol- Sunday Clay County -
including Dr. Donald M. week, Sgt. Jansen safety officer Clay County libraries and the after a visit with School enjoyed a picnic at
Christoffers and Dr. PhillipK. for the Florida Highway bookmobile together loaned Miss Iva den.Winners at Melrose I Gold Head Branch State Parkon
f Hillyer, Mrs. Hillyer and Mrs. Duplicate BEATRICE MM (BEE) COOPER
Parsons. A child can ad- Patrol, presented Mayor Lind- almost 2,000 books to persons John straw Bridge were: First place, Saturday. Those attending
of sey Walker with a safety coming and using the service Mrs. Walter from the Grandin area were
just to the new experience Mr. and Mrs. L. M ..Milliganof J. Grolick and COMMITTEEMANTo
c award for the town's record provided by the county with- Don Seigler who was is
starting to school so much bet- Tulsa, Okla. spent the Mrs. C. C. Maxson; second
ter if he has a sound body. of no fatal accidents during out cost. week with Mrs. Million's place. Mrs. H. A. Davie and charge of the teen-age boys represent. you, the people of Clay County, on

Teenagers Enjoy Trips the past year.Sophomore The staff is now working to parents and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Marie Dent; third place, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brantleyand the State Democratic Executive Committee.One .

Last Saturday May 19, the build up the collection of reference Mrs. Grant Rothhammer, and Mrs. Allen Graham and Mrs.. family, Mrs. Mary Adams, who is a DEMOCRAT who believes fa the Dem.
boys and girls of the Junior materials for the bene- H. C. Segur fourth i Mrs. Susie Gornto Glenda Democratic
Class has plans to Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- ; place' ocratic principles who stands by the Party
Class enjoyed a class trip to fit of students and other persons Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva Grainger and Mrs. J. C.
g Democratic Executive
hammer.
take a similar trip to Daytona !! Weeks who has served on the Clay County
doing research. and children. Attend-
Beach, starting at 7 Hillyer.
Daytona
\ fi a. m.. and returning late In Beach. They too, will go by I The branch library at Or- The Robinson family hada School News ing from the Florahome area Committee 12 years from Precinct 7 (Keystone Heights)
I bus. reunion picnic at Bouldare who is active and progressive, and believes In promoting
ange Park was broken into were Mrs. Marjorie Hubner
the evening. Original plans The band department, un-
It had included automobiles for PTA Enjoys Fashion Show recently, and a small sum of Sunday.Springs Approximately near Gainesville 60 last at- der the direction of Dr. Der and children, Mrs. Susie Sib- Clay County who will represent you, the people of Clay

t tt___ S transportation, but they were The final meeting of the money taken. Nothing else tended. Hovhannissian and chaper- ley, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Car- County FAITHFULLY, as a Democrat.
glad when Max Mooneyhamsaid 1961-62 season of the Parent- was missing and there was no oned by several mothers nes and children, Richard
Thirty-nine relatives of pre-
Teachers Association was held vandalism. ( Lilly and Mrs. Calvin Price YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON MAY 29th
he would drive one of the Walter Addison, from Jack- sented a program at Camp-I
school busses for themIt Thursday night, May 17, in After school is out for the sonville Hilliard, and Dins- bell Elementary School in and children.Mr. WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED

was much more fun to go all the school cafetorium. summer, the Clay County libraries more surprised him on his P a la t k a and Interlachen and Mrs. B. J. Alderman (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

together. Several of the mothers President Charlie Tolford will conduct a Smoky birthday May 13 with a picnic School, which consisted of left Sunday to visit rel-I

The job was only half I accompanied the group, called the meeting to order at Bear Reading Club especially lunch at his singing dancing, and songs I
and reported that they were 7:30: p. m. and asked Rev. J. for elementary school age Jimmy ---- ----- --
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done when you went to well-behaved, and a credit to R. Smith to lead the group. youngsters. The main emphasis I nesday for vrnuvuui Danbury,icifc Conn.; "for' visited Ravine Gardens. Lunches Sandwiches I lUll1\ I .

the polls& in the First the school. in an opening prayer. win be of reading materialson I the summer. A bicycle sofeball game was I Complete Food ServiceTo

I This Saturday May 26, the Mr. Tolford then Introduced outdoor, nature and animal Mrs. Gus Cicen is recuper- held Saturday night at Mel- Take Out Each and Every One
Primary.I subjects. Dates of enroll
I rose School. The High School
I'' ating at the Alachua General Open 7 A. M. S PJkL-
ment and details cf neater- '
I Hospital in Gainesville. boys played against the local
deeply appreciate the THANK YOU ship will be gives ma. Mrs. David Hinnant of Mid- men. The game was sponsored Btwn. Standard Closed Tuesday& Gulf Station .w FOR.YOUR.SlJP.f.QRT .

dleburg spent the weekend by the Athletic Booster
and VOTE
support that was givenme i Keystone Heights
I II I with her parents, Mr. and Club. The boys won. .
Miss Dtanah R l S. Senior
on May\ 8, and urge who was moderator for the Mrs. Howard Morris. I Boy Scout troop 109 spent ON MAY,8th; .
VOTERS AND FRIENDS Walter Mann is spendingthe Friday night at Crystal Lake.
Home Economics! Dept. Fashion !
you to return to the polls I s"i''
week in Okla.
show the feature of the Bethany METHODIST CHURCH Which Placed'l\Ie. in the .Second
29 OF CLAY COUNTYFor with his son-in-law and dau-
on May and cast your evening.
Most of the girls had made ghter, Rev. and. Mrs. Daniel MELROSE S.a a Primary with the highest Vote.
Stafford. He will attend thesradaa.t1on 7
support and vote which made shorts or play nits during Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith
your of his -
VOTE FOR .the latter part of the year, granddaughters Pastor
I i! possible My Near-Victory in the First which they modeled very Barbara Stafford, from Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
beautifully. Others had made high school and Pat Smith 11 I hope each of you will speak in my
Worship a. m.
R. M. Paterson I Primary. attractive dresses, and even from Enrollment college. was held May 9 u behalf to your friends and neighborsand
pajamas and bathrobe were ;; i tiAOd'Y
I will greatly appreciate jour continued modeled by Carol Baker.M8.l1' 18 for the fall term of the INSUItANCEAutoFireCasualty urge them to vote May 29 and

FOR MEMBER\ Ann Schaeffer had Melrose Kindergarten.
support in the Second Primary, May 29.I made a sun-dress for her Miss Iva Hillyer,. Miss He- elect .

BOARD of PUBLICINSTRUCTION three-year-old sister! who len Wattle, Mrs. A. C. Spires, Bonds and Allied Lines pay ? 4

Dist. 1 have, and will always serve you in a modeled it; while Denise Sza- : Mrs. Gil Allen, Mrs. Mary Reynolds Insurance .
Pearsall and Mrs. R. P. Hol- 4
bo had her French Poodle
be proud. lis attended the of AgencyW. LOUIS L. HUNTLEY
meeting
manner of which you can ., decked out in a fancy collarto 'rr' +
CLAY COUNTYI match her sunsuit. The L. ReynoldsPh. ,
sewing was all done under the Weekly tournament results: 2442 ;: 2701 4

have prepared myself '' SINCERELY f Instructor.direction of :Mrs. :Mabel Hills, Henderson Freda Wyman and low Hilda gross Jackson; May ...-Keystone Heights, FU. Leo LeBlanc I i The Best Qualified Candidate

carefully for this posi- KNOWLES Following the Fashion Show, tied for low net.Tournaments Keystone For County Commissioner, Dist. 2

LOUISE there was a short business are sponsoredby Keystone
tion and ask a chance to meeting during which Mr.Tol the Keystone Heights Wo- Sales RepresentativeNew

serve. It is your chil- ford turned the gavel over to men Golfers' Association Beauty ShopRay and Used Cars Progressive

MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION the new president Max CHURCH NEWS & Lois Olsen
dren's future. Choose Mooneyham, and introducedthe News From St. Anne's I' UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET Capable
DISTRICT FIVEPd. other new officers: Bill The EYC will meet at 7 p. "AH Forms of Beauty Cultore"One
Carefully! of Our SpecialtiesHair
Baker, vice president; Mrs. E- m. on Sunday evening. Proven Background
( Pel Adv.) C. Cuendet, treasurer; and The Enquirers' Class will Cutting Gainesville, Fla.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Mrs. Alex Brokas. secretary. meet at 8 p. m. Sunday eve- Pixie__Swan Back- Telephone K H 2572
I I Mr. Tolford thanked' every- ning. Feather Cut (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

one who has helped this year Senior Choir Practice Is Rr. McKays 2941 Realty I

.and thanked Richard Murrhee held at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Keystone I Ii

On May 29th Vote who has taken on the tremendous [Continued on Page 14] II I i I

task of being Carni- Clay County Voters
val chairman for 1962.


Li-1 \ To Re-elect by graders.The Mrs.room Bonnie count Jones'was fourth won Elect Sidney F.BURRIS Elect


Benediction was given by County Commissioner, Dist. 2 .y


Yi A. E E.Bud! (( ) ANTHONY Rev.were Big Day Smith served.This and Week refreshments CLAY COUNTYA 6


The boys and girls of the MAN WHO CM serve the people honestly and fairly WilLIAM M. BEAM
Keystone School anxiously
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without betas Influenced by any political clique.A
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER awaited Thursday of this _
week the day they received MAN WHO no one person or group of persons cab say,
their 1961-62 Annuals. My. I TOSCHOOL
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"I put you In office.
District 3 Clay County won't they be busy autographing r _S
11 one another's books? A MAN WHQ will represent the people of Clay pounty to '

What an exciting! time! We the best of my ability. BOARD
ANTHONY Has 4567 Reasons for Wanting To Serve a Second Term must confess that we are Just

-Your Children In Our Schools! about as anxious to see it. A MAN WHO will listen to your problems and help yon to _

ANTHONY Has Served Faithfully & Fairly His First Term! W. G A. News aolve them.A DISTRICT 3

ANTHONY Knows The Needs and Problems Of The School System Results of the matches play-
Countywide! ed on Friday May 18. in the MAN WHO wffl get you a dollar value for each tax

Bert Christoffers sr.Handicap i dollar spent.
ANTHONY Stands For Continued Progress! Tournament were: May.Hen Bill Beam
Says
ANTHONY Made Motion To Give Teachers Bonus This Year! derson 3-2 over Geno Christ- A MAN WHO will work to bring industry to Clay County. .

ANTHONY Made Motion To Raise Teachers Salaries Next Year! offers: Freda Wyman 2-1 over A MAN WHQ has proven himself as an honest and Impartial "The Major Problem at the Keystone Heights School is Principaland
MACHINEOR
POLITICAL
ANTHONY Is NOT BACKED BY ANY Jane LaCoste; in the Consolation -
be done to
Judge (J. P. District Two). Teacher turnover. Something must stop changing
SPECIAL INTEREST! round, Mary Brokas Principals each "
ANTHONY IS A NATIVE OF FLORIDA, GRADUATE OF UNIVERSITY 3-2 over Louise Logsdon; Su A MAN WHO has been successful in bis own business. year.

OF FLORIDA, BAPTIST, MASON, AND Dwyer 1 up .over Lois Wal- 4ft

CHARTER MEMBER OF KEYSTONE LIONS! ker; Louise Nelson defaulted I NOTE FOR THE MAN BEST QUALIFIED Bill Beam Pledges .
PROGRESSIVE, CAPABLE. EXPERIENCED to Anita Johnson; XSva Stead-
ANTHONY IS DEDICATED, ,
ham, 2-1 over Kitty Martin.. TO SERVE YOU. "If elected I win offer a Motion to reduce the Salary of Clay County
Sylvia O'Connor. Kathy Bed- School Board Members from the Present $200 a month to $100 a

WHERE BOTH CANDIDATES ARE BEST KNOWN, ANTHONY LED learn and Hilda Jackson month, and apply this $6,000 a year Saving to Principals and Teachers
will Vote for and elect SIDNEY F. BURRIS
matches
Other
IN ALL THREE PRECINCTS. RE-ELECT THE MAN WHOM THE drew byes. Salary increases." .
MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE IN DISTRICT THREE SUPPORTEDIN be played later this week. i

THE FIRST PRIMARY. RETURN BUD ANTHONY TO THE SCHOOL- was On a Sunday.mixed two-ball May 20.tournament there- -'" ON MAY 29th. Vote For Beam Next Tuesday-May 29th

BOARD FROM DISTRICT 3. at 4 p. m., with a buffet (Pd. Pd. Adv.r '
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- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 24_, 1963LAIFTEY :
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YYTYTYYTYTYYYTYYT1 will register with the Clerk of E. L. Lester and Faustina

the Circuit Court, in and for -tt. Lester. Route 1, Brooker, Description 8 T R A Owner Taxes Description Amount of Taxes: : Com at SE cot of

Bradford County Florida, upon Fla., sole owners. Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 Blk of land A Owner and Costs LotlS& run W
160 ft for
receipt of proof of publicationof Dated this 10th day of May, I! in orig town a POB/ S

this notice, the fictitious A. D. 196 at Starke, Bradford of Starke Florida Pest Control & NWU of SEU & run X 137 ft, W S 5

.? ". ft-A name of Faustina's Florist County, Florida. Chemical Co. 9.23 S 45' of W 825' 34 5 21 40 Ray A. Salazar 54.62 SOftS137 ft, E S S

By Enza Blanchard Shop Route 1, Brooker, Fla. 5/10 4t 5/31 Lots 5 & 7 of Blk ." .. t :\ Com-at'NE-eor of 80 ft to POB in '
town of Lawtey E S '
St '
13 in orig town SH of NWU of of Ry Jjnn, ,,Jackson! 4 &>!
ALLAAAAAAAAAAAL4A4IALAJGRADUATiON of Starke Mrs. W. T. Marshall 53.20 NEU run S250' 5
for FOB S 105' W Com at SW corof .
NOTICE Com at SE of Blk IS & run X
cor 105', N 105', E
Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands Blk 14 & W .,, ., :7 t ft for a FQB S S S
run >> < ,- 105.., to .POB4 1 *' J. E .GarrIson25.43 .
will be
PROGRAMThe sold ,
at Public :i ,
Auction at 12:00 o'clock on the 8th ; : W SO ft
noon 55 Ft, N 40 Ft, E 'J.. run X .S
day of June ... { : 1, S 14 ofSW of : 3
Baccalaureate service A.D., 1962. at the City Hall, City of Starke, 22 Ft, N 25;ilL. Ft, .,: 'f' ." .' ". ; 6Ih.W lO2ftE S0ft, S .
for County of Bradford. State of Florida to pay the amount due E 33 Ft S 65H c t t "J ill' ... ..J fF: : : : 1 'G Juasue 14.96 102 ft to POB In S ..
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Lawtey Junior for Taxes herein .i. !. .. ; .:
High set opposite the same together with all costs Ft to POB in orig -, : IAin NB cor of \ 1 town of Lawtey : ,; .. T
School will be held Sunday: of such sale and advertising-: town of Starke Bernard Emanuel 57.58 NEU Beg 20' W E of ny' B&Fert Anstjn. ; < -61 I

E FtofLots ... .. on N line being : '
46H
Lot 24 in town of _
morning at 11
o'clock in the DekerlptLjji 8 T R A' Owner 210' Sq 2 6 21 Efisio Cocamo, Jr. 6.61 .?
Taxe 1, 3 of Blk 18 Ex .. Lawtey E of Ry Freddie Bell ,:
school auditorium. Rev. J. E. Com at SE cor cf 5 20 Ft & Ex R/W .:"- ...,.'. .,'f.. .. SWU of SEU 10 6 21 40 Elek Lehoczky 16 .O-l Lot 27 in town of I

Norman, pastor of the Eveer- Sec&runW1O5Ft : Starke in orig town of 1.. A. Canova: 141.__ NWU of XEU 24 6 21 40 C. Letsch %S.Sr Lawtey E of Ry J. 'W' Barber in iEH

green Baptist Church will for a POB, run t E 21.96 Ft of Lots 1 t', "1''T '''i. \0" '" NH ef NEU: of' .., \VofN; S *
N '
JOS Ft W .
105 .. ; 27.00
sWtSi: -2172120; S. 'A e.rn 1h1' 335' of Lot 31 in
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deliver. the Ft S 105 Ft _. .
sermon.Commencement E .1 .' '
I S 32Ft in orig f <. f' :* Tlaport of. SW town of Lawtey E f
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105 Ft to FOB ? < 'J. -
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6 22 j 1.11
exercisesfor Com at SE cor of Lester Prevatt 12.27 town of StarXe I* A. Conova,. y4 .;son of NWKwhich': V S \ of Ry wufie JBejry

Sec and run W 315 lLotDescinOrBk .J f ; t 1 ; .. t lies N & Wof 1 Lot in Lot 34 W S .- :'
the 30 members of the 9th ft for a POB run N" 16-PG 186 Being a old T & J RR 21 7 21 29 Pearl R.f"f 1393I of King ly Lake

Grade will be held at 8 p. m. 105 Ft, w; 210 P\, \ Triangle Between .'. ."... Com on W side of Rd Desc Com at .- 1
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Sal R/R & Thompson \ L '4CornatSW : Pt W side of
Thursday 5 105 Ft, E 210 Rd 200 on S sideofRyinSWo1 on
May 31, in the Ft to POB 20 St. 28 6 22.. ,Joe. "" Warren et al 4.82 S Kingsly Lake Rd i
$ % Lester
Z. .
auditorium with H. B. Ingrain ,I Prevatt" 12.27 cor of i.i: Mt!. '!. -. XEU &run: W where See Line !

Lot SofBIk2 In : Walnut & Adkins 196 ft, S 312 ft, : crosses divding Se '1 i

principal of Bradford Sunny Acres SID Alberta Tyson 2.55 & run W 214 Ft, Ely 137 ft to Rd. '- 24 & 25, Run S- I
High School 1 tot S 110 Ft. E 214 Thomas 1'.9Com ZOO ft to FOB W '
as speaker. in SE cor of ; "- N 237 ft to POB 24 Q. I D Lv 'I
W'ofBlk1Sof Ft, X 110 Ft to 200 ft. S 100 ft, E

Homecoming was observed : R 2 W 105 Ft. POB 28 6, .22 ..L. A. Canova 18.45 S sec at E337.8'N.W ,cor S600'of r" to W side of
LOt2 of Blk 15 in Kingsly Lake Rd.
Sunday at the First BaptistChurch' N&Sby2lOFtB for POD, E691.42'
&: W in Temples L T & Cos S/D Sfetta Harmon 4.86W6r X 100 ft to POB Sin
to W R/W Hwy
Rev. T. L. Howe pas- SID Er & Un'Dtv V S .,' town of Lawtey SM
I 301 17 deg W Tekr
'
tor brought the Int 21 6 22 ofLots3: & B of Ry WWI .
message and
Cleon M. Dowling 12.77 on HAV 315.06'5904' I
4offlikl6inL
An Un Div % lilt In I. r \\" X300' 1 A W of Rd onSide S
there was a large attendanceat T & Cos
S/D
1 Lot in' SE' cor Carrie Coleman 9.23 Corbett 57.62 of Lot S3 in
to POll 12 ;S 22 Bayliss
both Sunday School and of W & of Blk 1 EofLot1&2of S Lawtey E of Ry i JSiattl* *.n
SofR2WlO5'N&SbyZlO'E& J3lkl7inLT&Cos : Lot 40 W of Ry ,iiv ,e t.

church. After the services din- : S/D .-. Rudolph. Coleman 42.75 Woodlawn & E of 1'N Lot 36 in Lawtey W Clifford Kt1la S 67.73
\
of Hwy
SR 200 > : lotion
ner was served outside. Every- W In Temples SID 21 6 22 Gordon Thompson 12.77 EofLots1&2 x : SS
: .. of Blk 18 in L T being 20' N I &. W 150 of WH of S
,Inc..
Chev.
one enjoyed the social houras ? .., & Cos S/D 1 Joe Coleman 7.68 S on F & 28.5'on Blk 4lEot Ry '
,
well as the wonderful meal. W % of Elk 2 S of "!. t w ', SSOFtofLot 4 ..; W side 13 5. 22. 5 cIue B. Eaibonr;. 69.98 in Lawtey james T* IIOW 111 \

R2W&NE >.4 of T.lk 33 in L. T. Lot 37 in Wood- W 1A of Lot 43 In
In the'afternoon all joined in 02B2SofR3W & Cos S/D Frank: L. Williams lawn 13" 5 '22 10 Florence W. Lapatka S.2S town of LawteyE S

singing, led by-Jimmy Crosby; & SE U of B 2 S et. alLot CIa Lot 54 in Woodlawn of Ry Eawartl Janet U!!
:3 I of131k44 in
Minister of Music for the As- ofR3W&W3orB!, 25 ofR3 L T & 'Cos SID I,. Z. Baker 2.55 ex R/W 13 5 22 10 Richard Bennett Jr. 8.2S Com at SE cor of

sociation. Among those atten- W & :E % of Bl, N45FtofLotl&S25FtofI.ot2 1 Lot in XW cor of Blk 52 run N 3Wfor W
I rOB
run
of
2&5ofR4 NE NEU of -
ding from out of town were Tem SAD. W'R-y of \: ; -,;, ;: ofBlk47in.LT 1E4 being 208 3/4 S 5 ._ __ _50'_...N L 50'.E 60% u_ 9_ ....,.

Mrs. Dorothy Williamson and R/W' -- :31: 4 23 H: .A:. Lawson 14,27I & Cos SID Ida Simmons ACT 8.49 'ft Sq 225... 22' i Clara. Wilson !1iilJ s I ov to ruts joe 'ValKer: .r, '1

1 A In XE cor otW r.. Lots 2 of Elk 48 In EH of .W',1'of Beg at r.cor of S

Mrs. Mary Lock of Jacksonville .I iof Hlk. :3 I S of R L T & Cos SID SaDie & Joe Williams. 5.64 SE ',i S ,22' 5 22. 10 Elizabeth princeS Blk 52 Lawtey C .

Mr. and.Mrs. Jack Stern 3 W 21 6 22 Lawrence Covington 3.5 '. S Bartell 1.0E160' of Ry, S 100'. W
Beg at SW eoI' of WH of Lot 1 of 131k1O&S2O'ofW S 100', N 100', E lOO" -
er and daughter of Kingsley NE% of SW1 % to Beg Daniel Bright 7.11

Lake Mr. and Mrs. John Ben- run N 305 Ft. Sf'ly of Lot 2 Blk 10 of Lot 1 all .
Lot 12 in Otts SID
Lots 3 & 4 of
31.26
LT & Cos Add J Farmer's! Supply
423.3
nett and children of State W 347 Ft Ft, S to 179 FOB Ft, Lots 13. & 14. of Jilk; 8 in LawteyW 29.77Paul of Lawtey Lizzie HeQolre est t 81

Blk 24 in L. T. & of R/W Bernard R Pick 1 Lot as Desc inDeed
Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ter- Ex 1 Lot in NW ,
cor75 Ft N&S Cos Add Letter, J. Prevatt 14.63 Blk 13 ex Lot 1 In .. Bk 52 Page '
veil and Eugene Looker of by 100 Ft E & W 21 6 22 Sam Williams Et Al 21.61 Lots3&4ofBlk Lawtey W of RY Dinkins :..U 323 in Otts S/D. Willie rae CnEftlty 23 9*

Lake Butler, Marian Smith of Lots 6 & 7 of Blk 1 in Temples Add H. A. Lawson. 75.25W5GFtofLot8 SH ofBlk25ln Com on N line of '
.
13 in N.RENOSD George F. Young est 10.06: Sec 23, 60 ft E of
Lawtey W of RT
Maxville Mr. and Pat .
Mrs. Leroy Long Jr. 25.29 & W 56 Ft of NH ..; I Ry, run E 1500 ft,

Dickens and family and Mr.Dickens' Lot 3 of Elk 14 In of Lot 9 of Elk 19 -- Lot 2S/DofLotl3: : S par with Ry
:Mae at 2.55 in Temples Add J. A. Bell 17.45 in Town of Law
,North Reno SID 4.nnie Presley et Redtek 3-87 1000 ft, W at
Samuel
parents of Raiford, LotlofRik 161n Blk 3 Ex 1 Lot in -'1 tey E of Ry S right ang to Ry

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Covington. N Reno SID Ida May Tyson 2.55 XW cot 100' N & Lots 3, 4, 5. 6 of S S 857.5 ft SWly 110 S

Lot 1 of ruk 17 in SbyS2'4'E&W 1 ilk 13 in Lawtey 37.29 ft E at Rt Angles .
of Highland, Mr. and Mrs. N-Iteno SID Doris Hampton 2.55 in fowling S/D Marian,!: D. Long 42.17 E of Ry S Jessie Annstead to-To RR 265.8ftSpartoflR

Jerry Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. L. Lots :3 I & 22 of Elk 9 SofLot6ofBlk : t'

Baldwin L. Lot3ofBlk 20 In' I 2 in City Park -. 13 in Lawtey E ot" S S 1050 ft, W at Rt
W. 'Mr. and Mrs.
X-Reno SID r Sally P. Williams 2.55 SID J. II. Arnold 7.68 RR Elizabeth Annstead. 58.67 Angles to RR 840 .

H. Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Lot 4 of Blk 22 in Lot l2ofBlkSin : : ft. N A-Long RRRW .
X-Reno SID Cora Lee Aldridge 24.18 City Park S/D .:: Paul E. Knight 30.05 Lot7 ofBlkl3Lawtey 5.61 1582 ft to
Crosby of Starke and E of Ry : Wilbur Jenkins
my Lot 1 ofBlklInGahagan '. < '.. rOB Ex R/W Ex
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cush- SID F. Floyd Pickens 2.55 Beg at NE cor of." -' Lot 1 S/D of Lot 13 i that Port in Sec. 2870
Lot8otBlklin SE1of XEU run in town of Law- 23 24 5 22 19 Richard Bennett. Jr.
ing and daughters of Talla- Gahagan SID Ex W 335 Ft S 330 Ft tey E of Ry '5'. J. Barber \. S.33

hassee who spent the week R/W ;: Aaron Holley 3.05 to POB then E Com at SW cor of S l Com NWU at NE of cor NW of'i I\

.
with" Lot 3 of Elk 2 In 130 FtSSOFtW "- lot 15. Run Xly I
end Mr. and Mrs. M. L. S Zee2lrunStoland
Levy Lennon 2.55 130 Ft X 50 Ft .
Gahagan SID f. along W Bdry of S
to POB 29 6 22 L la: Buckles} 8.14 of L H Hill \
Turner, Lot lOofflik 3 In Lot 15. 200 ft to W on line of said ;
Gahagan Wlllie Green \ 2.53 Com at NE cor of
SID
rOB Nly on W land 750 ft, S 630
The Woman's Society of of NEU & ,
Com SEU
at NE cor of ; 62.73 ft
Bdry Ely
ft N
,. ft, W 600 ,
Christian Service met with SE of NW1 run W 350 Ft.S .. 165 ft, Sly on E ') 1000 ft. E 489 ft
run S on ELine" 165 Ft for a POB, >
Z' Bdry pf Lot 15-A Ni100 ft-l050'
.
Mrs. Orville Bumgarner Tues- 500' to Center Thence S 50 Ft E -; ,
62.73 ft, Wly 165
tW W at Rt Ang to
day night. After short business of Gr Rd, N 720 '_ 150 Ft, N 50 Ft, fttol'OBinLawtey
a 15.86 ( .
N ALong
f
.4 ;r.4 ) ; Ga\lilJl\ RR 840', -
POB 22 .
840 W 150 Ft to 29 6 I I
to FOB, N1SE 5 E of Ry 41.9Lot2infllk
meeting to complete 250' to N .... Com 15' W of NE ', Joyce Walker RR R/W I
: 1582' to rOB Ex:
lGlii
-
plans for having Vacation Line, W 180', S cor W% of NEU
E of r 32.34 that Port in Sec
Lawtey
Ry
180 W 20:1': to ;. .. j of SE* of XEU Daurry Kittles 23-24 5 22 ZO Richard Bennett, Jr. 2780
24
Bible School, Mrs. Bumgarner GR 22 I 21' ... run S 140', W 100', : OneLotlOOftE&S
conducted the study course. fiD, S 72. 173' to .... -, S 100' for POB W by 274 ft X &: S W 3% A of NEU

FOB ., .. .. ... W 110'. S 100', in SW cor of Lot of NE U of SWU
This finished the third study Fred Hicks ';1 7.55 E 110', N 100' to 17 Ex S 137 ft in & of XE'.i

for this year. A social hour E4 offlk! is of FOB 29 6 22 Eilward Griffis. 7.09 Lawtey E of Ry : Joseph Cumber 7.11 of Twu; 24 5 22 IS John W., Caldwell 24.43

R2E&Wof I Lot in SW cor of 1-A 210' Sq in SW

was enjoyed.Rev. IIIk1SOfR3E I Lot 4ot, Blk 5 S Com Lot at 17 SW& cor N of 30* --..... .- S cor of SWU of

J. E. Norman, pastorof &SEotBlklN. 100' X &Sbyl2S' ftE 160 ft run for a : SE% 24 5 22 Hurt Starling 6.11
S
of R 2 E & NW E & W in Gaskin .
Evergreen Baptist Church, ofBlk1jR2 ; James W Thomas 5.59 POB then run N -... :. gf NH of NEVIS of
E \ 13.63
< Add2 24 5 22 1$3 Bennett, Jr.
in .A' : 346 ft E 100 ft S I i'- NWU S Ejcir'\
Elk'
30f
will the Baccalaureate Temples S/D 22 L & ,. ...
preach Com 860 E & 30' e L J.&' Lester Kite 8.75 5 in Gaskins Add W. E. Torode, Jr. 4.09 346 ft W lOfr ft* <-- 1 Lot 100. JT & S
to POD in Lawtey by 110' E & W in
Sermon Sunday morning, May N of SW'cor .
of '
XW> of Lot4 of Blk 2 in E ofRy, ; : I Mid State Homes Inc. 44.25 \\ cor of WH of
27. at 11 a. m. in the school 100', 4 E 50'SWK., S 100'N Butler Crt SID W. E. Torode et al 4.09 NE% of NW% 25 5 22 L. J. Padgett 1.411

auditorium. W 50' to POB Lot 7 of Blk 2 Butler 5 Com a'l: SB cor ol" f" SWVt of SW'i of
22 8 22 Willie Lee Pierce Charles W. Slade 47.3 Blk 18run W i XWU Ex R/WEX
Com 866', E & 30' N 4.05 Crt S/D : '.
Vacation Bible School will of SW cor of N- Com at SE cor of : 80 ft for a ]'OB, Par in NW cor

be held at Grace Methodist W'4 of SW!%, N S NEU of SWU & run N 274 fV-W80, S Desc in Or Bk
220' for POB E : run X 830 Ft to ; : ft, S 274 ft, E 80 14-335 381 13-
Church during the first partof 100', N SO', W .j' -, Rd then W 150 it to POll in town 535 25 5 22 10 Clause "frers 16.52

June. 100', S 50' to POB 22 6 2J Clifford Pearce ..... Ft S 830 Ft E 150 W. E. Torode Jr. 31.43 of Lawtey E of'I
Com at SW cor of 4.55 Ft to POB 29 6 22 Ry : Albert Williams 8.61 [Continued on Page 131

The Home DemonstrationClub NWU of SWU Tract A of WestpineSD 18.15

met at the home of Mrs. run E 104', N 30' Ex E 180 Ft J. W. Thomas. S .
.
.
tI
for Fob E 125' on Tract A of Westplna 18.15 -- -S---- -
R. E. Lee Thursday with the N R/W GrRdN SID Ex E 180' 29 6 22. JW" Thomas _

president, Mrs. Hiram Ben- 250', W 15"; S .. NW* of SEU of
250': to POB XEU & S of S-

nett, in charge. The programwas 22 6 22 W,..H. Noegel et al EU of :XEUV. 7.67

presented by Miss Dor- Parcel desc in DB- 6.28 of Rd 32 6 22 W. H oegel,' Jr. S IARM BUSINEcSDIECTORY
88-441 Com at SE cor of SXEN44DGW
othy Ross, and the usual sack Parcel Desc in DB 22 6 22 Johnny Lane 2.55 I
I
des- 88-443 56.02 for rOB, N ,
lunch, supplemented by 22 6
22
LOtllBlk2inNat Walter. West 44 DO W 671.99', 9HfLvTh6mas I
2.35 S
.. .
,
sert and iced tea, and relishes Williams SID to Hwy R/W, -

was served at noon. Lot 21 of Elk 2 in Clifford Collee 5.17 Xely on RAW 272.- '\ S .'

Nat Williams SID '38', E 311.5, S ,'t. 13965T AUTO BRAKES AUTO SALES & SERVICE I I GARDEN SUPPLIES POWER SAWS
Mr. and Mrs..:Freeman star- Lot 8 of Blk 1 in Horace Dean 5.17 621.85' to Beg 32 6 22'" -
Xat Williams 5 Thru 10 of i
ting and children of Jacksonville S/D Lots
LotlOof Blk un .' J Ruth Mae Pensalall B1k5InEWIyes I .' Johnson & Paris
2.55 Me C U LLOCU
and Nat -<"- : .- VOLKSWAGEN ,
were visiting Mr. Williams SID SID & EH Hull's Brake Supply

Mrs. H. C. Harley and famIly Lotlioffliki in f Willie Welch 13.82 of Magnolia St Thomas 11.68 IncoComplete
Nat Williams S/D ;, AdJ Ex R/W >..I* -BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Sales Service Parts CHAIN lAWS
afternoon. i Lot 2 of S. Wt White : ,.", : ,.. Line of
Sunday Blk 2 of. 13.82 S S .. I Every Car or Truck Miller-Brown Motors
Nat Deso in NEW-USED SALE3
Williams S/D 1 Lot as SEEDSPLANTS-
Lonnie Roberts and daughter LOt6ofBlk2Nat :: Irene Richardson 4.09 DB 90-116 32 6 22 Robert & Thelmagreen 3.05 Turning Grinding Kelininj; I Inc. FERTILIZERSInsecticides SERVICEFlorida

of St. George Ga. spent Williams SID 5 S While You Wait I:
John A. Cummings 4.09 Com at NE cor of I FR 2-3582 l -Pet Supplies'We S Saw Co.
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. Lot 16 of Blk :2! Nat r XWU of SEAt run. 1111 S. Main Gaines\illt S.

W Roberts. Williams S/D 7 W 420 Ft. S 315 ". : FB-2-9829 1030 E. University Ave. Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' FR 1-1411

Lot 20 of Elk 2 in Clifford ColleeHoraceDean 11.51 Ft for POB, W 224 N. W.. 8th Ave.
S t't....- S GainesvilleB 2538 N. E. 18th Dr.
James Rosier is home again Nat Williams SID 54 Ft. S 105 Ft. : I FR 20476Gainesville.
Lot26of 12.12 Ft W
39 to
Blk liii E Gainesville
(
after spending a few days in Nat Williams SID T R/W of RD 200 I AUTO RADIATORS Fla.

Baptist Memorial Hospital in iLOtiflNW1... of Levy Lennon 11.51 N Along W R/W .. ''.1 SEWING MACHINES

SWH as Desc in 163.4 FT W. 116 Butler's Radiator & G Motors Co.
Jacksonville for a check-up. 6.55
Deed Ek 70 PG Ft to POB 32 6 22 L. Ann..,!) JIumes HI-FI STEREO

Sandi Bryan was delighted! 301 Ex R/W in Lot in"E cor of : ,. CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Sewing Machine
: '
Xat Williams SID Lot 2 Elk 5 110'Sq Service
22 6 22 S F85 IIILLMAX Top Tunes"The
when several of her friends Johnnnle in J M. Johns
3.55 Service
surprised her with a birthday 'Beg at SW cor of Williams 405 S/D James 'O.; MeDaniel Most Modern Cores In Stock S, Sales and Service Biggest; Little Record Co.

XWU of SWU & ..,... Com at NE cor of 2001 N. W. 13th. Kt. 441 New Home White
party on May 16. run E along t.4. XWU of NEU t. Repairs All Cars Trucks Shop in the South"HiFI
Sec ; .i.- "..' FR 6-7515 Neechi pfaff
Line W 322.-
The regular skating 560 Ft run S 6S2' .. National Trailer Rental S Stereo Component Dealer
group for POD, N 200 5', S 78.57', W Sales & Service
went skating last Thursday at Ft.ESOFtS 308.99' to POB, ,. ; .,S .-. 519 S. W. 4th Ave., Gainesville Pilot Harman Karden
Repairs On All
200 Pt to U See ._ Cont W 400' to .._ FB 2-0196 KLH FairchIld Garrard MakwT
Lake Butler Skating Rink. ...... -
Line W along U t Ely Bdry of St Rd -- -oz<;- : DODGE LANCER 815 w- Jjt45.c&eirvrn.ROOFING ; \
.
They had a nderful timeas Sec Line 50 Ft to -' .. .j.t. ). : ... 100, X 14* W 400' .' ......... .. .. SIMCA 811 W. Union Ave. Gainesville: ,,6-1073

usual. This has been rOB 22 6 2% Levy'Lennon on Rd. E 500.81' 54'44 }"R 2-2728 .
group 6.55 S-POB 33 6 22r X-Cdrp : AUTO SALES & SERVICEf gales Parts Service
skating twice month since W SO' of X S.- 't .' :' .
a !93.75'of < : .
-
.
USED CARS TOO LADIES WEAR i. '
S of i.I ,
336';;
last January. of WH i Beg at XE cor S' S 5 IMPERIAL CHRYSLER I
of :SWl+' of SWU XWU of NWU & I
Ex : '. ;PLYMOUTH VALIANT Poole-Gable Motors The Helzel Co.
flj'\ / Southern States Con st. run S 361.5'V t ; i Cherry's

&: Supply Corp 26.60 361.5' X 361.5', E 6 22 Jacqueline .'0"YoOf'er 34.95 Authorized Sales Partsf 119 S. E. 1st. An. Gainesville S ROOFINGSIteETMKTAL
34
POB
361.5' to Gainesville's Most Fashionable
.NOTICE OP APPLICATION Beg. 300' E of NE .1 Y \ EDWARDS, I Service FB 24343rAVrflPPL' S
.'01T.X DEEDS Cor of Inter of ." ; ,. IIERPJI Address For Ladies -
: ;'
Old Lawtey Rd & '': !i .. 1- Tax Collector I S AIR CONDITIONING:
S 1M.18. F.I.OTIE SUITS COATS II
; DRESSES ,
Florida HawesPowersi
; StarkE'
of .
Lamar St., N ,. )5 : i. t' ;;. City I I Ift
IS HEREBY GIVEN, 100' 25. 31 No Job Too Large Or Too SinaI
-/h..t T"hn .i rrn.n.i". *h... h '.1.... E 50'.. S innw, .. '-i. ;;.t ,.., \ j .0/ :ray II, 18, ; ;! pnnmTPTS .ACCESSORIES ;.: .
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.t the following l certificates has 50' to POB 1 '1' Rogers c it1 .A* **. .. 26.79 ; MBMotor .lO.; V".U.LU A a.v. 1"d : u;: g. K. !-P.or.! uamesvuui *" .

filed said certificates for a tax Com at SW COt of NOTICE -- t .. 5 105 W. University Gainesville i Flf2-1491. S

deed to be Issued thereon. The SWU. N 500'. E. Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of June 196 FB 2-2561 Ii
.
t'rtlfi'attnumbers and years 200' for FOB E Y' at Starke. County of Bradford. state of Florida, tar: sale. certificates S INSIST THAT ALL YOUR MOVER
50', N 100'. W 50' .t 204 N. !i VACUUM CLEANERSAll ;
of issuance, the description of will be sold on the following described land to pay ; Main Gainesville ,
the property and the namesn S 100' to POB being the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE

which it was assessed are as Com on XW Lamar St. 21 6 22 Ossie Edwards 5.32 with all costs of such sale and all advertising. Used Cars 312 N. MainS THE BEST FROM Gainesville

follows; cor of '. ; It"' \ '\ FR; 6-3400 Makes Of Vacuums
Certificate Xo. 44; Year of Issuance SWU of SWU of ', t Ii > Description Amount of Taxes Edwards Building
196G.Description SWU run E 67%.&' I ,: : :1" r J.- .f land STB A Owner and C..l. MayflowerLOCAL "If It Needs Repairs

of Property: S 110' for FOB t' I r ".' ..'...1 i Beg 2985' S of NE Inc. Bring In To Kiity'sT f
? Supply
Property bnd. as foil: on N. Coat S 55'. E 198'! cor of NWU of : L1NCOL.VlUERCURY AND LONG NEW & USED VACUUMS

by Blk 11V by Church St. N 55'V' 198' to NWU W132T( S COMET FIAT 3D3TCOR
S by Blk 13 &: E by Watert. POB 22 6 'J U' < Clinton Royal 5.05 S85', EI320', N825 Authorized 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 DISTANCE MOVING Authorized Kirby Distributor

in Org Town of Starke to pob 1 6 20 25 Joe Moody 18.24 Sales Service- Gainesville Fla- I
Lot: 5 of Blk 2 In I S Storage And Crating I
in whkh assessed W. B. I Parts Kirby
Name : Bradford All NEU of NE4X '. ._ !
Sevrell, SID Ex S 110'Hgts of Rd ex R/W 11' S 20' *3V Joe's;) Moody**' 27.88 : Trained Mechanics Good -r- Gainesville FR' -5224
9.23 -
All of said property being to EH of NWU of Jacqueline A. Moorer. 4A in SW cor of :..: i Sales & Service
the County of Bradford. State -' ; : Used Cars I ILillian's
SEU of XEU Ex .' -. ; s NW 4 of NEU MOTORS
of Florida. N 105 Ft :' 271'E& W by ELECTRIC :MUSIC\ SUPPLIES 1% S. W. 1st Gainesville
Unless such certificate or certificates 28 C 22 Margaret Ray Colley 29.31 .- V Ii ,1
shall be redeemed according W 40 Ft of N 105FtofEofNWis 65'N&S&NEd: Barkley Motors FR 6-7110
of 22 S 20 44 i ,
NWU Carl L. Brown 41.86
to law the described _,
property I[ ___ _
in such certificate or of SEU of XEU Rogers. &. Mable. Battle 10.77 Lot 4 of blk 3% In -4 .Ji'H SS :' *' r :; 615..N. Main, Gainesville S : Electric Motor Music Store KK MU
'"
,ttrtlftcates will be sold to the i town of New t' '''.l l WELDING
W
90Ft of X -
highest bidder at the court 105 Ft River 23-24 C 20 Jessie Slwell est' 6.11 "Gainesville Leader"

house door on the first Monday of ofE'ofNW SEU of >? 323' of NWU qfNWU .... j Crane Motor Co. : Repair o.OFGA1NESVffJP .
NE' > Since 1933
.. 5
hi Month of June, 19$:. which which lies 0' "' :. 4 'I I Universal Welding
Ex W 40 5.09 '
is the 4th day of June. U6!. EH of SEU Ft 28 _6 n Alice Hunter *E of St Rd 235 i 7 20 5 Henry F.'.Parrish 6.11 LRKANGLIAENGLLSU KRAKAVER WINTER-
this 1 day of May U6%. of : "f.. > INC. S
Dated
SEU of NEU ExW \ ,,1"'f. r. '- Lots 7 8.310 of t.. FORD CABLE CompanyPipe
CHARLES A. DARBY 1.-\ :a 6 2! Mrs. W/'l'.'Tompkins 16.95 Elk 3 in Ward ', M :L"I D' i
Clerk of Circuit Court of .1 PIANOS PUNORQANS
Bradford County, Fl rida. WH of SEK ofSET ._City 8 7 20 Aubrey JB. Hazen 7.00 .MERCEDES. BENZ .- VOLVO COMPLETE ELEC1TUC Columns Steel Fabrication .

J-S'.t 5-24 : or NE% t *of I i,*, *jft. .NH of SWU of 1 ;,t"f. Authorized Sales &: Service MOTOR CHORD ORGANS J159-I375\ :.- Steel Repair Truck
Ex W $6 Ft fc .. -
& all
; NWU
NWU
.. ; \hEx ;
.. ',' .:i for All SALES AND SERVICE Guitars -Drum" Sheet Bodies Trailers
Service
E 90'Ft, 425i .1 %z" Edni'B: Mi\s'\! 6.64 of NWU. S of Rd 15 7 20 40 Gretcher Nicholas et al 2S.38 "Complete i 5 -
t- Blk A Ex 1 Lot os \ ='. r, .,. 'T). +'-" ". of Makes" S ; '"Distributer oft Music SPECIAL DESIGN
That
S Side; Being 220 .' portion oJ ft. '
:NOTICE OP INTENTION TO Ft Ex W by 85.7 1.jf.1': ; r '.'1J. _?'', ? ; i NEt{ of NEK .S: --a'k", j't.-,"'{ ;?} J) JI- -, '.; .Jo'( 506 E. University Ave. New- Lincoln Moton" Budgets Ornamental Iron Work

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Ft N & S W .of Rd 113 1C 7 20 36 Gretcber Nicholas 46.20 : '
on ._. FR 2-4251 1' rTt2-8318 FR 65931 519 S, Main GainMville
4" 5 ,
Notice is herefey. given that Side by 84.7iFtN ". V! lot 210' SQ In ; ;A' ', I S
.. ,;'1 ... If, .' 5- ,H4 t* r ". 1830 Galn villa 112 I FR 8-7411
the undersigned,. under the A F.oaEISId! ."u' r SW cor ofW4.ofNofSEof Gainesville. PJa.--- i ,a.1 Main.. B. E. First Gainesville S

provisions ol' Chapter 20.95J, Blan'dtnrSID : 4 'VlrjnIa'W: SmIth .... 7S.OS I f ,. S.S-S-: .- ..6"1 4 4 ,., !: II. .
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Laws of Florida. Acta of 1941. II I NWt 25 5. 21 1 Andrew Varnes Ut .

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ETIIORSDAY .





MAY\ 24. 1962

BRADFORD. COUNTY, TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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\\ :- -"n .. .. d land A pw>*r:, h sad Costr:i I .t Iud A Owaer .' o"Tai".1 DtccriptfesT of la_ A' Owver Aiaouat and of Tsiri Casts

DUt'rlptioa AM.Yat ef Tazee of X 45 'ft of lot 1 & _
er lead Lets 3 Blk' 20 in -- g2 SE's, XEU; of SW
Owner ft
4. sad Coitr Of Lot 2 '
X Reno SID U & AH SWU of
<: '; sally P. William* i.ni of
Elk
47
I to L T
ti r. SWU & SE
U of
By Richard Lot *
4 of Blk
Cain
Lot 22 in &
as Deac in Or Cos SID Ida Simmons Agt 20.87 SWU: ft &WU of

.H \ Bk 14-:83:: 25 5. 2Z Willie L. Lee Jr. 4i.10 X-Reno S/D Cora Lee AJdridge (7.98 Lots 2 of Blk 48Mri :SEU: & ..SE;: of.

H." Beg at XW ('or of Lot 5 of Blk 23 in L T ft" Cos S/D ; Sallie &' Joe Williams 14.52 SEU Ex !9:f 6A, in

Mrs. : W'of SWJ,4 ot X-Reno S/D. Saul '--Hankerson .61 \\1s of Lot 1 of Blk t.. 5 SE cor & that
Mary Vic-Ari had as! N\vLs run S 100' Lot 1 of Blk 1. in 10 i. S 20' of WH Port SEU of SEU

Sunday afternoon guests Mr. : for POR; E 1S'; S Gahagan S/D Floyd Pkkens. .B.61 of lot 2 Blk 10 E of Rd 14-15 7 23 %;U5 David W. Jackson 228.41

and Mrs. Frank Ocasio of''' 100'lU0'f to 75', N Lot :3:, 4 of Elk 1 in .. ; L T ft: Cos Add .- Farmer's Supply 86,86 Com at Int of W

POB 2i S 22 AndreW" Jackson 4'1.70 Oahagan SiD Ex Lot 11 of Blk 16 in RW of Strd 100
Jacksonville.Mr. 1 Lot as Disc in Or. R/W Rosa Lee: Thomas 10.56 L T & Cos Add .. Bill & S Line of XWU

and. Mrs. H. E. Starling Bk 14-381 25 5 2Z Jot.Loul".Deal1 U.".0 Lot 8 of Blk 1 in "' -.' Lots 13 & 14 of R1k. .. Blondes.- (7J8 of NEts run X

k of Graham All... SEs ot SE's ot Gahagan S/D 'Ex' 24 in' L T ft' Cos 335' for POB aunt
and Mr. and Mrs. ..Wl', E ot R/W .. X on B.d 100', W
Willis Ry 21 5 22 3 Ethel Tucker 3.37 Aaron Holley '.11 Add Lester J. Prevatt 39.51 Par See Line 300 .} ,
Dyal of Starke were SWb. ot NE's ot Lot, 10 of 'Blk .3 in. '. .. W 36: ft of Lot 8 &: SEIy & Par to Rd

visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. SE!y Ex I-A in Gahagan S/D Willie. Green' 5.61 W 56 ft of XU of r. 10.0'>\ E 3U'. toroB' _
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Surrency in Tampa. Air. Stir cor 26 Ii 23 9 Robert White .,..89SE. Com at XE' or'of I I Lot 9 of Blk "19 in .. 15 7 22 l' Marshall J; Floyd 8534
Beg 30, E ot SW SEU of XWU runS Templesdd J. A. Bell 46.70 Com at SW cot of
rency was in the hospital.Mr. cor of XE V of Lots :J & 22
.. on B line 500' '.- .! : of Blk SEU of SEU N .
and Mrs. J. W. Woods SE's 75', X ot SE*, E to center of Gr 2 in City Park S D J. H. Arnold 1898 378' E 214' to '" 1I lit .

,were S 50'.BW 15.. Rd, X 72 deg. W Beg at NE cor of POBfX 75'" E 100%
visiting Mr. and MrsStarling 50'. 26 5 2t Wilbur Strong 1.14 840' to POE N- SEU of XEU run S ,g', W 100' to

They reside in Mi Ee of SW1,4 of 18 deg. E 2iO' toN W 333: ft S 330 ft .*' ". .. POB 19 7 22 Virginia Braotejr1' : 761
n
SE?s 28 Ii 22 20 Leroy Rauler.son 31..... line, W 180', to roB then E 130 Com at XWcar of
ami.Mr. That portion of W S 18 deg: W '00. ft S 50 ft W .130 SW? of SEU' &

and Mrs. Ed Parrish 3/4 ot X of to Gr. Rd, S 72 -" I ft N 50 ft to POB 29 C 28'' Lela- Buckles 17.02 run E lia ft for a i 'c
deg: 173' to FOR 22 I' U' 1' FteV 1Jleke' .
had SWIi of 11.11 '
POB
as guests in the past week SWJ4 _....... Com at XE cor- of then S 300'
Mr. whIch lies S & E Com 860' E & 30'-X SEU of XEU &' ft. E 109!! ft, X

and Mrs. Lee H Smith of of Co Gr Rd 28 5 it 5 Jessie :Mae Hampton, of SW cor of XWU run W 350 ft, S 300 ft W to POB 20 "n. 1 Jeps. Alexander est 11.51
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+ Miami Mr. and Mrs. Jack est. I, 29 of $Ws, X 165 ft for a POB. : t.. W 462 ft of E SiS

Wimsley of Beg 1'10' W of 8E 'S. 100'. E 50', S 100', thence S 50 ft, E 'ft of S?: of SW? .
Jacksonville Mr. 'or Lot 3S, run XW W 50' to POB 22' 22 Willie Lee Pierce. 7.11 150 ft X 50 ,ft, W* of SE'- 20SWUr 7 22 Geneva Kennedy Norris 1.11

and Mrs. McKinney of Jacksonville 100' NE 100'. SE Com 866', E & 30' X 150'ft' to POB 29 (' 22: L. M. Gatlinf t9.:!9 of XEU 21 7 22 40 Dorothy Streeter .
100' / 43 ;20
SW 100' of SW cor of XW Com 15
to W of XEcoi :
and her Os- ; .
brother, 12 Ain ,
Beg U of SW ,, X W% of SE) cor of d. .
well Macon 31 Ii 2Z Edward Brown Ul : XEUof ,- XEU' of XWU'ftXH
McKinney Ga.
Lots 46, 51 220' for POB. K SEU of XEU .
Mrs. Kate Starling had as & 62&E, 52%, 61 of 100', X 50'; W 100', Run S. 140'W, *.,1.'I 5": ... ,' .. of SEU! ofNWU '
Lots 53& 60 In S 50' to POB. 22 6 22 Clifford Pearce 7.61 lor, S 100' for > 21" 22 32 Olen.T.. Hicks 2531

Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Woodlawn 31 Parcel Desc in DB POB.; W 110 S 1 Triangular Lot

Earnest Ortages and son, Ii 22 60 Ormond V. Bonifay' G,05 88-441 22 "S 22 Johnny* Lane 5.61v 100': E 110': N, Edward, Griffis 1306 Desc DB 88-245 29 "U' :Royt>Jaraes,Janas, 1006

Beg at XW parcel Desc in DB I Lotjn SW 1, Lots 4 & 13 S/D of
Mike, of Jacksonville, and I cur f cor of Lot .
A'a of Lot Ii ru 88.443 ,. :22! t 22 W.alter-West .58 4tof BIk 5 100' XH of XBH of

Mr. and Mrs. Levis Starling : SEly 158. to P013 Begat Tom Hall St ., .x;, X &' S By 125' E : : \ ', '. \ \ XWU Ex Rd 29 7 Z 2 Clt'mOhtnuuler 1056

of Gainesville.Mr. SWly 10'. 8Ely in Xat Williams ft WIn. Gaskin All SWU of XWU ... .... I. .
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100' XEl v 100', '. ,. S/D run E on Add CC, ot,Ry: Ex R/W
and Mrs. John Surrency NWly 100 SWly Cooper GR 200', S ", '''C.L:! 100' (to FOB 23 6' 2Z James W. Thomas 11.56 CityEa E 838':; iri '

were home a few days last 30' to POB SS Ii 22 Robert to Peterson St Lots 5 & 6 of Blk : Hampton :, 7 %2' ..* WIle) llilttaelsoA' t"17
A. Carlton: <
week. They had been in Gain X% of NE's! ot XW 1.11 100' then on Peterson B in Pinehurat :0..4. All 3WU of XWU

f. & Elk of XE% St W 100', S/D Xannie 'x of Ry Ex RW'Ex
esville with their son, H. C. of NW% of NW's 33 Ii 2E X 100' to POB 22 6 22 Tom ft Lizzie Hall 8.6 **. Graham'i W 4&:' 29 7 22 13 Wiley W1l1iunolf 814WflBams :
25 DarvIn O. Barber Sanders$5 87,7}
I That Port of
Surrency, since Mr. Surren- Lot 13 Blk 2 Xat S1'otr
Jr et al '
cy's illness. W4? of SW14 & SE 'S 6.j.0 Williams S/D ? Clifford Collee 13.18 Tract A of WestpineSD E\y of EH of

of SW'y Lot 2 1 Blk 2 Xat Ex E' 180' 29 ( 22'J. XEU of XEU
2' J7 Thomas'
23 5060
120 ; that
Miss Sylvia Starling of Com at NE cot ot Harry Green 84.0 Z Williams SID: rl Horace Dean. 13.18 Com at SE cor of I R<< 325:lies! &E Being of St '.f :

Gainesville was visiting Miss SE% of SWUS Lot' 8 of v Blk 1 in' t W}:56.0q1for DO S 'Of Land of C L
run W 3112. for Xat Williams S/D Ruth Mae PensalaU 5.61. POB May :
Sharon 31
Cain Saturday. POB. S 240' X 44 DOW 671.9V! 7 21 Eu.ur-IJIJI r 17,011
160' W Lot 10 of Bly 1 in to Hwy ; "r ., 1 Lot 52% ft ,SA, in.
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Mrs. N. J. Davis was visiting N 240', E Xat Williams Sd Willie Welch 38.13' RAW a Rs : .. .f .'* SE
160' to POB ,? Ely on R/W cor Add Bk} 9.
her daughter, Mrs. Irene SE1i of XE! 3 I 12 C. B. Cannon 1.GiI Lot 11 of Blk 1 in 27?.E' 311.5', Wrights ;..30 '7 :22! DewlU 1508

Bushlow. and children Thursday ; RR & SE's!i E E ot at Xat Williams SD S., W. White S7.78 S' 621.83' to Beg 33 .' 22" :D. L. Thomas, 195.31 i Com on X1: eld- of. "'i

I1P. Lot 2 of Blk 2 of Lots 5 thru ip of G S ftPtRy on-
through Sunday. They Com I S' 2Z 131 Harry Green 12.03 Xat Williams S/D Irene Richardson 10.06( Blk 5 In E W E Side of SEU of'NEU
at NW .i ,
wa i
cor at : *
are residing in Jacksonville. Hayes S/D & > ft'run N"
SF.s? of of SWJrun Lot 6 of Blk 2 Xat .. E12of
362
ft
Williams SID John A. Cummings 10.18 Magnolia St. Wlr: ISO
Miss Carlene Melton and E 650 tt
to Rd ft to Rd
,
Sly
AdJ Ex
Miss Judith Broughton were 200, 8 WEly along Lot 16 of .Blk 2 Nat; '! --: P./N' D. L. Thomas' 29.38 Along Rd,'31J ft '
Ud 345 tt to POB ,# Williams S/D c Clifford Collee 31.{{ Com "at SE cot of. to fly, Along X'Side

visiting Leonard Moody, who Cont B along Rd Lot 20 of Blk 2 in ') SE'of SWU & of.Ry 285 ft 30 7 22 1
417 run Y 699.22 wHey wgilamsoa 2198
ft..
was in the Bradford County N tt W 293 ft, Xat Williams SD Horace. Dean 3S.23 W ..32S'ft SWU of SEU Ex'
439 ft. E 331 .. for a ..
Hospital, Monday. As the ft to POD Lot 26 of Blk 2 in POB. run S 345 ft, ., .' K 5 A in SW cor ftt
I
3 ', R .r 1 .
I 23 3 Joseph H. Xat Williams SD Levy Lennon 31.44 W 335 ft to e Ex 1A; in'NE''or
story goes, Leonard is really] E'k of of WJ; of SW Gumbel' i%7,40 1 Lot in XWU of Xly] 430 ft. E. Rd.132 & Er'<'7 A41n SE e

having a ball. S\Y's 4 6 22 10 Jordan SWU. as Desc in ft to POB S2.' 28 (' rt Ex Ry Ex
SR's? of L. Brantley un 2 Mrs., Euncie Canova 23.31 )' .
SEA of Deed Bk 70 pg Beg at SE 4 2 \f lot> Co,
Birthday CelebrationMrs. cOP of
SE's' 5 I 22 10 WIllie 301 Ex R/W in 1-ASq in SW,cor t Or: 1!tit 35 7 22 27 1; AACnaMii.} !1.41.

Ida Jones celebratedher NE's! of NE's E ot Iu" John 2M3 Nat Williams S/D:2 6 22 John ft. Annie'Williams, 7.11 of EH of xwu Lot 2,2 oij Lakeview* -

8t Rd 16 SW of of SEU, N 150' '.. of Crystal Lab ....
61st birthday at her home 7 i Z2 Z Leo Beg at cor to No. .-;
WJ of NW's of T. Sullivan U1 XWU of SWU! & POB, :W 210', X \. ., ..': Hpmesites; Jack C. Blonnt 10.511
Sunday. Those attending the N W's E of 8t Rd run E along U 60'. E 210'. S. 60' Lots 70 & 72 on Pine ..

event were Mrs. Irma Caintwo 16 I 6 U Sec line 560 ft 'r fo POB 32 ( 21 Southern States on Crystal' Lake: ..c'
Com I Leo T. Sullivan for FOB, N 200 ft, H meslte?
sons and daughter Robert at SW cot of 90.?6 Const. Corp. !8.70 "R. D. AtterBQrrS'l M 3 1501
E% ofY' of E50ftS.00ftto H A in SE cor of .. I Lot 35 on Oak ot '
Richard and Sharon of S U Sec line W .. 1 ;< t- > : .
EYi of SE's, E Sq a in SW cor Crystal Lake.:; -
Graham Mr. and Mrs. Lessie lOS' for POB N' along U Sec line of E% of XWU Homesites,. '
40': E 106' 50 ft to POB 22 I 22 Levy;: Lennou /.11 of SEU ;.. Albert G. CUff 114*
S 420'Of ,32 1' 21 Thomas Gillis Lot 44 on .oak, of ...
Jones and son, Steve to S }!dry of Beg 300 ft E of NE 87.79
Sec 1U A lying N ft W Crystal Lake'Homesitet 'i{
Hampton Mr. and Mrs. F. B. W 105' to POE cor of Int of Old of .. .- '
5 I 23 Hwy 301 Bnd : : ", ;.. :1 RebeVt
: 9. Peudell
All N Lulu Belle Lawtey &: Lamar t 8S4-
.
% E 'terra11 S by Chambers
of
W Lots -
UR lUI 53 ft -
Davis and 59
and two daughters 10 6 Z2 : on r
St X 100 ft E iOft.
fiO .
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Com 50. E Harry N. Green by Mack. X by McCaslin Oak of ....
of Crystal
__Cr ot 41.64L ft_ w
s inn so
son, Jean, Kay, and Harold h E Hwy32 *
5 ; by Lake "
$ 22 "!'-
Homesites '
.nil de 25's of ft to FOB 22 22 Rogers Curry. 71.77 Jessie Green Browa 7.11 T. 8. Dennison
of Graham Mr. and Mrs. Cr of Co Rd Run Com at NE ear of Lot 62 on Oak of 1502
1 E 1000'on Com at SW cor of XWU ,of {.
s R/w SHJ4 mm Crystal --
Russel Starling and daugh- Co Rd to a Pt 100' SW ., N Ii 0 0'; E W420ftS315ft Homesites Lake ..

ters, Sylvia and Margie, of w of Sal RR s 200' for FOB, E for POB. W 54 ft, Lot Lyn CampbelJ' 134
40
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Par to (_'. 50' :N 100', W ,. .., S 105 on Cypress of fi -
RR 644.26' .. ft. B 39 ft __
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Rex CrystaJ --
Lake
POBbeing
for POD Cont S- 1 60', S 100' to to W R/W of Rd : 1
-"'
Huffaker of Graham and 216.74'. N 68 deg. on Lama.r8t' 200. X along W tl.> f V A. ; Homesites '?'f Fred R.. Potter 884

Albert Thomas of Tampa. All W 210'. X Par to 22 C 22 Ossle-- Edwards 10.3! R/W 163.4 ft. W vU Lot 39 &; 41 on j -.P ,i .,.' ,

RR 216.74', 68 Com XW cor of SW 116 ft to POB 32' 23; Anne Cypress of Crystal r
reported a wonderful time. deg. S 210' to ?U of SW U of- Lot 1 of Blk 3 in Humes 9..11 Lake Home-,.
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Church NewsSunday Beg 10 1 12 1 SW U run E 672.5f Llneoln'City' -I .. I "' &ites. ,+ Btnja1ltin'. Sualew l. 15.S3 1
Samuel Sfarks
A Hattie
N3 of :XWU: : Brown *.87 S 110' for FOB aa.o ;t. Lot : 7.84 Lot 42 on. Cypress .,- ,
n 2'of Blk
School and Church a 22. 80 Harry N. Green 55.89 Cont S 55'. E 198', 3 inv of Crystal Lake. .
SH! of Lincoln
SWU of SW N 55', W 19SK to City Irene Elerso'n et al $4 Homesites .
7.
attendance has been at an U of :or' -
NE& s% .. '. FOB 22 I 22 Clinton Royal *< i.11 Lot 3 of Blk 51n Lot 43 Cypress ''I David: "Webster, 814*
all-time low at Graham Bap of KEH of SB Uof ._ ,V''f '. Lineoln''City ";. Alberta "* "' on
of
XWU Beg' at SE cor of Collins C 61 Crystal Lake" yRta
tist Church. Our song direc- 15 t 22 10 Wesley M. Luk.o .28 SW U of :XEUSWU Lots 2'A: of Blk' C" 'j Homesites .
'
E 139.5' Mr.
of of W 409.6' run X ; -' ,"" ; ., .i ,in Lincoln City 'Battie.Starkes 7.84 N 100 ft of S 525 ft Edna..'-E.- aark'.. _._!,
tor is in Bradford County NW SH of SWH of 159.87'. W 183.75, Lot 7 of Blk 7 In' .. of that Port of
ySof Co Gr S161.15'E 179.5' I.
LfticohTCUy' XEU of
Hospital. XWU W

The church took a new look Com Rd at NW cor of 15 In' 2 John' D: Ducar J7.7 to FOB 22 f 22 Leola Guions X. 5'.37 EU of Lot i''nt Bit. .* John Bellamy 't.9 2 of Rd i* .- r-t2 -' 1<'.1C..0).. ,S".'.." Com at NE cor of S in Lincoln City Com at Int of B' } "' -!-
recently with a new portico SWU of XWU SH of SWU of Julius Chandler 181.61 .J
Lot 3 pt, Blk) 10 in line of XWU of
run W 259.61' POB .
and a new neon cross. The S 693.56' to XEU of SW{; Lincoln City NW?; A' N line-
Or
run W 367% S Sarah, Grjffin' 6.61 of St Rd W
cross was made in Gainesville Rd W on Rd 162.45' for POB Lots 1. 4. 5, 7 ft I' f Rd 100'. ,N 300'on ; )
.
182.39', S 657.81' of"BIk' 13 in Lin:
to S 162.45 W W
transformer 100' S .
and the $00'E ,
Wry Bdry of RR 179' X 162.45' E coin City Elerson
Irene et al 28.93 100' to POB ,
Budweiser Beer RR 1428.80' 22 John- Williams'' lit 6.372J Lots of" 12 8 U. Elmer C Sowersi '
donated by 179.5 POB 22 I 5, 8 Blk 14. Lot 4,6.E/
.
10'of '
Inc. We wish to express our 'Ain W 623.01' to FOB 15 22 10 Ettor. J. JIanni 18.0 All SH of SEU in Lincoln' City: Mary Munford 14.62 Bedford Shores"Lake a V ;' s *
NW cor of of N of GR Lot inFI Luther J. Hipps 121.84
SWU'
.
thanks to these people.CLAY SWU? of aw* of Rd Ex W 135' %3' Wayne C. Lot 2 Blk cor 5 110'of :..... ._ .. .. I Lot 12 of Lake

NE's 11 C 22 2 Hance' B: Thornton' Hollinfworth 90.36I Sq in J '1.! Johns Bedford Shores Robert H. Arn 12."
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(40 .. Lots
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4 &
: 6 of Blk
S/D
TTTT.TTTTYY TTTTTTTt !4.11 E% of SEU of James e
: O.
Beg McDaniel (.(1 C &
at SW cor of 1XWU 1/20th Tnt In
SW?. S of Rd ft Com'at XE cor of
SEU of XWU N W 5 A of that of' XEU' Tract E in Bed- .
486' to FOB N portion of the SW run S 682' ford Oaks -.3 '
HILLBy W Georr. AhlB Harvey 8947
174, E 165' to W Lot 5 of Blk .., ..
D
U ofof SEU 32Z.., g,71.57', W;: ft .
R/W Or Rd, son S Rdthe 24 tl 15 Belva C. Reec. 7.7I 30!.99' to POB.. l/20th Hit in -' "tI''

Airs. J. L. Strickland Rd 165' R/w 174'; W Lot 5 of Blk 2 in Cont W;400'{, to,' Tract E of Bed ,..'*.'".
to ..
FOB James Madison ford Oaks --
1'1' Bradford Hgts Ely Bdry oSt *..- S/D ,'talder ft Windhtm 2448
.
SH,, of XEU of NE Sweeney, Jr. 8.61 S/D Ex S 110' Jacqueliae-A Mower 23.98 Rd 100, N 14"der 't r' : Lots 4, 5 of Big BU: '.. t .; ,.
7 W loo' on RtV, E ::4 : Mt. Pleasant S/D 1' "
Debby Phillips SHof SEU of 1 22 20 Irine Kelly E% of XWU of 500.81' i ,j, George R.; Bohannan 6798
Miss was of SW''s 18.98 SEU of XEU Ex Jf-POB u. n. X-Corp/ U7.'i'1cOm Lot 9, of Blk E-l-

with us in both church ser- W N\Yis 17 22 5 Minnie Lou X 105 ft 28 I 22 E Margaret. Ray'Colley $1.$4 at XW oor ofXEU Mt. Pleasant! S/D .r Archie l ? McCallman.1
1/3 of Dune 5(61
14.52 of XW
Wi4' of U .
vices last Sunday. We were NE y W 90 ft of N 105 "i : run'S 420'. :B" 215' Tract 10- arl Voll- .i;c
18 22 13 ft of EH of XWU kopf .S/D :
pleased to have her back but 2A in NE cor of E% Roosevelt Tyson 23.43 of SE% NTEU fop FOB run S, t n 'i James Z. Lee 124(1

of XE 4 of SE' W' 40of %8' 22 Alice 11.82 320'. E 100'; i 8 Com
Ex ft at NW
$ sorry to learn that her sister : l0ftE&Wby .J .. Hunter. 220'. W 100' to cor of r F

Susie Norman, is very ill at 410 ft N & S 18 I 22 2 William E%U of of XEU SEU Ex of 5Et W POB 33 ( 22 Virgil Morrison (.87 XEU.428.03 E for 978'POB. S, F

Com at SW cor Tyson Jr. 4.9 46.20 Com at SE cor of Coat 8 75.65 :m. .
this time. of 1 A 24WH I 28 i Mrs. W. T. Tompkias I r.
SE'4! of XW' *" .. XEU; run W'IO" 649' to Lake
We learned Sunday that run 29i,1' for POB 4 of SE, of SB t. to FOR' Coat W \t.: ".'",'. XWly on Lake : ,. o'I. .--r ,
.
t N 210'; U of XEU Ex W' 234'. X 210', E *
Leonard Norman is also on E 2W, S 1035', W srto
66 ft &EtE 90'ft .
%10'Y 234'. S 210 to

the sick list. It seems he was POD :10' to 18 22"1- 28 1-22' S Edna.. B.. Mills. 1B.5J POB' ET R/W 34 ( 22'* Everett. Tf. Medlim. 12.06 Com POB at SE cor of, 24 21 Ellis,- ,. ,..R. Cooper. 8178

lifting and loading some hea S 2/3 of S\9's of Ernest Williams 6.371 'W 66 It Of SEU Of Bt'Ir'at.. =---'E'-'or of "- XKU. ft run W > ,
*
NW's SEU of XEU 21. n 1 Percy Sullivan. 36.79 Nw'sof :XW.U! *... .
machinery and timbers U 22 4 > 623.5'1 then'WJr.
vy 27 Leroy Dell Blk A Ex 1 Lot run S 361.5 W {
W 220 ft of 18.!t on 166,5 for POBi,
when he hurt himself.J. of SWs NESS S Side, being 221 3615' N 311.5'. B*. I then Nit 1185' to ..

D. Wilkinson has moved EH of XEH of 18 21 7 Dorothy- & Jennie. Hall. 10.0 9 ft Ex' W by 85.7 361.5 to POB ,84 (, 21 2H' Jacqueline! Moorar 91.21 N line of SH of ".+-'.*t.. !... ...I: ,
SB .
: ftN &S on W Begat XE-cor of NE1Ely 55' S '
?
into a trailer located near Elgin Ex 2A: in XE; side by 84.7 ft A" 5-Atract Being' 1267. Nly lir to;. '
.
.. .
cor .
._
Lang's store. They form 18 6 22 18. Ernest Dell n.j> N &; S on E side, in' SET,cor.orXKU i ... ty -. i- .1 .. \01... POD .U .* 23 ClIttorti"'arha'
..
Com if"
at SE cor of in Blanding1- SID Yltgip101Wai?; $ I itl 204.18:. of SEU N Com at, SB --- .n
cor.of
erly lived in one of Irene Pad Sec and run W 105 Lots 5 & 7 of Blk 100', 'W' ''100'. .Sv :XEU run W.

gett's houses. ft for a FOB. run 13 In Orig Town ; .' ,. I 188', E 1W to Beg 54 I 22 M.; HVcharlotte'Jones.781 528.5'. NWly 166.5'

s N105itW10i of Starke .:i t Mr$. W. T. Marshall 165.1E 1 Com for N 1185' .
Griffis at Int of NIt; POE ; S .
,Mann who has beenon ft, S 105 ft, E 108 ? ,.. 0,1 if'i A .
ft to FOB E 46% ft of lots 1, J- Bdry of Gr Rd ftWlr Wly on N Lin*- ,
the sick list for some time, 20 22 Lester Pr Y&tt t!.$$ 3 of Blk 18 Ex S Bdl'T'of' Hy 55', Sly 1109', '
r8*
Com at SE cor of 20 & Ex RWiOrig 900' ot VWU' nt fiEiy lea to, pas 24 -v--S. .A
recently underwent surgery ft '- t tt .. ....... .a--.. .
See &: -- -- .
run W Town of XEt run Ely Lot 2 dose as Beg at
4 .
and was well enough to be 315 ft for a Starke .1L.. A. Canor 403.68 208.71 to POD '., .' ', ". _'::; XW..eor: of SW-U.; *' .

with us in church Sunday] ft FOB, W Run 210 N 105 E 21.96 ft of Lots 1 X 104.35', Ely :. .;; of SEU of NE%-
ft. S .
t
I 208.71'. Sly 10435'. ,
'" 3 of Blk 19 Ex I ran ST 61
105 ft. E teen ,
night. 210 ft i
to
FOB S 32 ft in Orig 8S Wly 208.714 PB 35 .6 22. Jonthern Sit}** Cost I 30 min..B a > -
Remember, Vacation BibleSchool :0 I 21 Lester Preratt. !0. Town of Starke L. A. CUOT: 247.11 6;' Supply Co. 0.78' ft to' PpB N 45 .-'

starts at Highland on C cal ft N of SE 1 Lot Desc in Or Bk SH of SWU o' degs E'71S.1t. 8, .. & ,
of d I
SWU of 16-Pg 186 Beinga XWU JJ /' 2! SO Dorothy Streeter 23.43 .; 142 ft. S 45 d<*. ",k.; t rff :J .
June 11, with registration set XWU &: run W239ftN31itE 'Y w 148 ft, N 61dege'
Triangle Between Beg vat Int. of W I
1 for June 9. A faculty meetingwill 239 ft S Sal R/R I: R/W Hwy 10B-K U' mb W
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be held Sunday 27 FOB tt to Thompson St 2 I' 22 Joe C. Warrea et al 9.34 ft X R/W of ,P.R. I 104.2. ft to POBt *24 U Z Jam.u. ,J"JI1iJ1o.. .' 8288.
May 21 C '
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Lucile Easton 16.52 Com at SW cor of W 181.0Z'201.1r. X 1 Lot in: SE cor of

at 3 p. nv.All workers teach Lot 9 of Blk 2 In Walnut ft Adkina E 228.39' : SH of NEU oftXWU .
Sunny Acres S/D H'-' ..
ers and those who help in anyway Alberta Tyson 5.11 &: run W 214 ft. to: W' RIW'of of XWU ,
Com on W'aide of < S lift It, .,B tuft ,... ;:_ Hwy, S oa W being- 108 ft N ft
are asked to attend this Rd 200 200 ft .. X 110 ft to.P.01J.U. ( 21 L. A. Canova 47.20 RW[ ; 212.35"'to'Beg'35XH t 22 1 Pauline Kraaf 1984 I Sb' 110ftE& .

meeting.We N from S line of .. t "Ii : r of' mt! Ex 4 W Er E 50' 25 I JJ aale/L.'Flowers S.lf
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SEU of SWU & Lot 3. of Blk .2 \ i -, j <* Com ....'
SE
314''A' E of Dirt at cor of*
L T ft' SID' t<-
Cof RobU8. E.61
have been informed run N 204 ft W s Lottvenia' 0 Rd ft WoIJJD ; SWU of XW'U
215.65' S 187.91'E Lot 2 of Blk 15 inL .. *"
ft run N 350 ft. :
nl C. 7 21' *
that the Clay Hill Bible to FOB T & Co,*S/D : 75' Mrs, el. -jnjya&fea H.8I '
Harmon
21 t' Z2 1 Golda Martin ., 4151 Metta 12.29 of : for a FOB run W
Nt4 XEU of XEU
School starts at the 1 Lot in SE cor of t W 62' of Lots 8 ft of'E% Ex 339 ft, X 350 ft,. lit ..

time as the Highland samL WH of Blk 1 s < 4' of Blk Win L W 1A.'Z 21 4' Nathinlel E'330 tt.'S to'POB 25 t' 22 1 1lipip!! Jones* 11((
of R 2 T & Cos S/D f Clark US >
W
105 ft, Carrie Coleman 28.98 Lot 30 of'Blk A In ,; .'
We stand for correction if this N & S Com at SE cot of'SV.U '
by 210 ft E
EH of Lot 1 & 2 of i ef XEU Cypress' Beach 8/D A 17; Dobbs &.n.

isn't right. A W in Temples 'r -: rt. Blk 17 in L T ft < '" TOll; N .4(8 ft- fc-, Lot J2 of Elk A In. .,

We had 30 in Training Un lDt'U S/Dex h un DIy I 22 J aeon Cos SDEH ?? i s. Rudaiptr.Cfleiaaa. r .. .., ; 121.81 a ;ToU. 'run' W .' .. Cypress Beach SID Jndion L. Lloyd: II."
M. powlinC of Lots 1 ft 2 .
., J8.J8 5N-ft: N 61 tt; E' Com at NE cor of
ion last Sunday, with nine of An Un Div % Int ofB lk18inLT" !; .' 500 ft, S 65 ft to Y\V14 run W ,.

these in the Junior room. cor In of 1 Lot W% by in Blk SB ft Cos S/D Joe Coleman 19.48 POB "i' 7 22 1 Nora Button7 8.11 12!r, 8 24 deg W

1 S Lots 3 ft W (!' ofLot4ofBlk15m' SE%; of NW4 0 22 U T. J/AJderman 189, S 70 deg 35
of 28.28
R 2 W
Juniors '
are really
Those on a .
'. t -\V' r I min 253.1' for
Cora
105 X & S By f *i "ML Ul at 'NW'cor or '
the ball when it comes to doing 210E & W in .. ,..... L T &: Cos S/D ){al'7', Coleman. 87.29 EH of SWU of .: POB S 24 deg W .
.:, M : 't 172.3' to Lake, -
their Daily Bible readings Temple SID 21 I 22 Gordon W\ of Lots 1 ft: 2 NEU A rua E
Thompson of Blk 19 in Lor' 4W ft S JtS ft SEIy oa Lake. 50'X f r i
work, and studying Chev. Inc. u.IS & Cos S/D W 24 4r B to J5 -, "'$
memory Beg at. SW cor of Audrey Mae Gibson 19.S8 431 ft y. 235to R/W of G Rd 5to /'

their lessons. XEU of SWU ', : .' W% of Lots 3 & 4 'f, '" FOB 7 f' 2J. 8 Azalea, Motel 4S756 POB 31 I 22 J'ranJdJD1"JI. Zfftrt 16.71
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run N 305 ft of Blk 27 in L T Com at' XE'cor' of. '-' '

We had 65 in Sunday School SEIy 4!J.S ft. i' ft Cos SID .;. France SIoeai SEU of XEU' ofSEU .. Lot Beach 47 In Indian '. T. mattovat ?, law
S 179 ft. W 347 Wllliami run W 620 .
last Sunday morning, and 51 111 '
to FOB Ex 1 !t'to'S'BlWt of' Lot 2i m Indian'Beach !
l.It. S 1 60 ft of lot 4 of
of these made a grade of 100. Lot in XW cor 75 t' 14r. a "\ v .s .. Blk 33 in L T t. ."'- Co Gr Rd for '' CBfforrr. Plekett 178.81
The Junior boys kept the ban ft X &: S by 100 ftt"h" ; ft Cos S/D f; f., Frank" L. WiIUa.. FOB CoAt TT 790' W 60'\ of En.* of :
ft E & W 21 I 2! Sam ft. S 40r ft'to'NHWi S 70 of Lot 7 of :
Williams al S5.44 i ; a.,
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et al 1E.S2
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ner. Some 1 Lot 1 thru 6 of Blk ': : Lots 2, 4 of Blk 41 ; .. y T. ., l of C. Ra, Blk Saata FrShores .. -

t had better get to works just j jS 10 in X Reno S/D Leslye Best & Ines in L T & Cos S/D Lilly ft Loan Jackson FOB NEW along' 'ncl to' IITo' 7 > 1212 L _" '. t I -- Quincy ''.'arlo111.1... .

S a little harder if "they"want > : H. .htower. .__ 1IJ.S7 Hicks) 10.14 Rteaeeta'C."Fowler 111 J. R. K5LLT-
Lots: 6 &: 7 of Blk ISla iJ t t SW 1o..of Ptc: qf: I BRADFORD ;
( Lot S of Blk 44 U ; ; FLJLTAXCOLLECTOB'
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to beat the Juniors N-RenoD f. ; ,1 s NE'o 7 2f It Frel Cole Mt '11." < :
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FOURTEEN THURSDAY, MAT 17, 1562 BRADFORD OOtFNTT TELES THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1962


VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I ject "Florida Geology..H Francis P. Egan; visitationand ward's Recreation Hall. A eral days last week at a.lake last week. I Alex Williams of Jackson- I of the Brooker Baptist Church I I The limbo, hula, and sWimming -
pianist, Mrs. Jack Hab- number of people attended near Keystone Heights with Mr. and Mrs. Eudell Vaughn! ville and Homer Dent of Jes- 1 enjoyed
KEYSTONE I I An impressive installation : entertained the graauating: were as part of
erstroh; welfare Mrs. Bert from Keystone Heights. : ISf. and Mrs. Alex Williams and daughters attended a I up, Ga. were dinner guestsof I seniors from the Brooker i .
the entertainment.ILLIAMS1
HIGHLIGHTSlAAAAAAAAAAA service of officers and chair- Christoffers Sr.; youth fellowship I The Catholic Club has plans i and son. birthday dinner honoring his I Mrs. Dave Green Monday. j Church that are attending I
men of the Women of the ,. I Mrs. F. M. and David mother, Mrs. Mack Mr. and Green
Mrs. Joseph W. Wildt; for a Nearly New Shop to be Vickery Pressley I! Mrs. Kenny Bradford High School 1 n
t
Church was held last Sunday j of Gainesville visited Mr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.! and Ken in Pompano
A & &&&& and State President, Women'sDivision I located in Melrose and to be are Starke. Out of the ten seniors,I- -
at the morning service. They and Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. Hubert Hickson in Lake But- Beach this week visiting rel
;
Ii j Mrs. David A. Nel,. fashioned on the order of the i seven members were present '
were as follows: Mrs. Char- I Ernest Edwards Wednesday ler Sunday. atives. I
[Continued from Page 11] '' Nearly New Shop sponsored I with their dates, along with W
les Wallenius, president; Mrs.I' son.The Family Night Supperwas i: by the St. Anne's Episcopal afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDavid, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith the other members of the

Junior Choir Practice is A. C. Holt, Spiritual Life; held May 23, at which I!I Churchwomen in Keystone Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green Don and Terry McDavid,I attended a birthday dinner!1! Young People's class and their. JEWELRYREPAIRS
held at 3:45: p jn. Friday. Mrs. Frank Hgen, first vice time Mrs. George Canova, organist Heights. They hope they will.' and family and Mrs. Rosa James Cauthen and Mr. and I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. dates. There were 28 present,
Confirmation Class meets at president; M r s. William and choir director, and!I be as successful as those good : Pinholster attended the Green Mrs. Salty Langford and family Charlie Bass in LaCrosse Sun- i. along with the sponsors, !..1t.!I
10 a. m. Saturday.At Waltz, second vice president some of the choir members, en- :: ladies. reunion at the home of Mr. were in Cordele, Ga.. fora day. The dinner was honor and Mrs. James Temple and
the District in meetingof i I Mrs. Matthew H. Schroeder tertained with mountain songs: Bake Sales will continue to and Mrs. Lee Green in Gainesville horse show on Sunday. Mr. ing the birthdays of Mr. Smith !, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Doug-i WATCHKS-DIAMONM

the Episcopal Churchwomen -I i secretary; and Mrs. Marshall and led the group singing. : be held every Sunday,jnorning Sunday. McDavid had some horses en- and Mr. Bass. las. The party was a Hawai- All Work GuaranteedA.
held last week in Gain- :: Gallop, treasurer. The final meeting of the Women -I, after Mass in front of the Clyatt Lewis and daughter tered in the horse show and: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney ian Luau at the home of Miss: C. Williams
esville, the Representativesfrom i I Circle Chairmen will be: of the Church was a co- Church. of Miami visited Mrs. Amanda contests. and sons of Gainesville visit-'!I Sue McDavid. The patio and, W. Call
St.
St. Michael's Church ini Circle 1, Mrs. David Nelson, vered-dish luncheon in the educational -tl I Sweet Sixteen Dance Lewis Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis of ed Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green pool were beautifully decor- 142
Gainesville expressed appre-i with Mrs. William Warren, building on Tuesday,.: Miss Helen Lambert was Mamie Hodges visited; Gainesville is spending her Wednesday night. ated in a Hawaiian theme Starke, Fla.
co-chairman Mrs. Sara Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Al Rain in Archer ; vacation with her mother, Hawaiian Luau
ciation for the help given ; May 22. Mrs. E. A. Lamm en- i the guest of honor at a i, with a buffet supper served.I I :.;0
them by St. Anne's Nearly Donald, with Mrs. J. O. Nimble tertained with piano selectionsand "Sweet-Sixteen" birthday from Monday to Thursday! Mrs. Amanda Lewis, this week. The Young People's Class .-_.. c0-

New Shop in disposing of co-chairman: Circle 3, led the fellowship singing.At dance on Friday evening May .
items which they had gathered Mrs. Walter Grolick, with the close of the luncheon, 18, at the Masonic Hall. The I

for sale. Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, cochairman each circle chairman announced party was a complete surprisefor .

Alex Brokas represented st.Anne's ; Circle 4, Mrs. F. E. the names of her members Helen, and it was given : ....
Stitchberry, with Mrs. A. Ti- which were selected from a list
at the Annual Lay for her by her grandparents,
man's Week-end at Camp', tus, co-chairman; Nighten- of 135 church women.This was I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallenius .
Weed. gale Circle, Mrs. Leon Wagner followed by a short organiza- and her parents Cmdr.
: with Mrs. H. L. Tucker, tional meeting of each i
group.
Community Church News and Mrs. Bob Lambert. Seventy I
Summer Church Services co-chairman: Rebecca Circle, The pioneers, the preteenage guests helped to make : H
Mrs. Donald Shackleford, with group, under the sponsor- that
for the Community Church this party something
will be held at 10 a. m. start- Mrs. Joseph W. Wildt co- ship of J. W. Warren, enjoyedthe teen-agers love, and some-
chairman. film, "The Land of En-' hell dealers
ing June 3; Sunday School thing that Helen will always
will be held at 9 a. m. Other chairmen include: finance chantment," last Sunday af-. remember.The suggest
The last meeting for the I ; Mrs. H. I. Stevens; ternoon. hall was decorated witha
'''Men's: Club until fall will be I membership, Mrs. Alma Frost; Circle 1 of the Community color scheme of turquoiseand _

,held on May 28 at 6:30: p. m. hospitality, Mrs. Mable Hus- Church women will hold a covered white, and the birthday

in the Educational Building. band; publicity, Miss Cleva J. dish luncheon on May cake was in a sweetheart design "p....
(This will be a covered-dish ,i Carson; kitchen, Mrs. R. A. ..28 at 12:30: noon at the homeof beautifully decorated in '

'dinner. Guest Speaker Tom i'I Gaunt: sewing, Mrs. J.. A. their circle chairman, Mrs. pink and white.
Garner, will talk on the sub Williams; sunshine, Mrs. David Nelson. Helen's many friends had 15 to make
News From St. William'sOn quite a time keeping the ways
S Sunday morning, May guests advised that although
20, Mass was held at 10 a. m. they had been invited for
-for one time only- but despite Saturday evening, the party ;',

I repeated announcements really was on Friday evening,
I both from the altar thereby making it a complete
I and in the column, car-'
I many surprise for her.Outoftown '
; : I loads of people showed up for' guests for the last

< ea9ri'd 1 the usual 8:30: Mass. Mass party were Elayne Wisehartand your car longer
y t, a'' 7 : will 'be at 8:30: next Sunday, her mother from Atlanta,

r. May 27, and all succeeding Ga., and Mary Jane McKiernan .

Sundays, until further an- Jackie Oreair and Lynne .
nouncements to the contrary. Grant, all of Jacksonville.Boy S. :

CONVENIm; '; i Members of the Altar So- Scout CampoutOn
ciety were hostesses at a Com- May 18 and 19, Boy
r'LiX. ( car i munion Breakfast on Sunday Scout Troop 105 of Keystone Shell scientists dedicate their working lives to the inspect your entire cooling s-stem.Whenhe
morning, after the 10 o'clock Heights had a campout at
n 3 + .'S.a drains and refills, he'll add a special
Mass, and all the ladies of j their campsite on Crystal
care and feeding of automobiles. Protector.
a&Iollt the parish and their teenaged i Lake with Troop 109 of Mel- Cooling System

I- daughters were invited. rose as their guests. In the fall, you get a free cooling system )
... Father Daugherty was a guestat Both troops had competition They can offer dozens of tips on prolonging the
the breakfast. Vice Presi- throughout the day.,Barry inspection \t hen you have Shellzone
dent Shirley Whidden intro-I I Wyman scored the boyson anti-freeze in Shell dealer.
by
Telephon\--. duced the guest speaker Mrs. patrol spirit. Campcraft, life of what IS probably your second biggest invest put your

Marilyn Dorche of Jacksonville cookcraft, and athletic events 12. Get a lubrication job regularly. Dirt
THIS BANK who gave an inspiringtalk were also scored. Tom Boyle, t. Here useful
AT
.IS A CHECKING ACCOUNT I after which she instal- who was in charge of the men are some samples: and moisture can work into chassis joints

Saves time. Saves steps. Saves trouble !, led the new officers for the Melrose troop, scored the boyson and bushings, causing friction and wear.

Does away with standing in line to buy coming will year be Mrs our Lena president Clemens reading.signaling and compass 1. Learn to read tail pipe smoke signals. 7. Have your engine's spark timing set Grease can also eventually} pound out,

money orders or running all over town again; Mrs. Shirley Whiddenwill Thirty-eight boys from Key- Elite smoke means too much oil is getting to proper specifications. Spark timing leaving the parts unprotected.into .
bills.Automatically i
to pay your 1 act as vice-president once stone, and nine from Melrose the combustion chambers.Your piston determines whether your plugs fire at the Shellubrication at regular intervals
gives you a receipt (your more; Mrs. Mary K. Schaeffer attended the campout. .
cancelled check) for every payment. i will serve again as secretary; Mrs. Newman EntertainsOn rings may be worn. right instant.With incorrect timing, you protect those vital parts.

Eliminates the risk of keeping large and Mrs. Bee Cooper will assume Thursday, May 17, Mrs. Black smoke is an indication of too can lose power and mileage. Also, your 13.
door and drain
j the office of treasurer. Chuck Newman was hostessat Keep body panel
sums of money in your home or in your much gasoline in the air-fuel mixture. armayknock.AndchronicknocUnacan
Mrs. Margaret LeBlanc was a luncheon to the Gaines- holes clear to foil rust. There are little !
purse. II I I in charge of all the cookingand ville Branch of the National Your carburetor may need an adjustment. damage )your engine.
drain holes at the bottom of
Simplifies your budgeting.It I arrangements for this fine League of American Penwo- White smoke mostly water body panels
breakfast. She was assistedby men, of which she is a mem- vapor.Don't 8. Use a gasoline that controls knock. and doors. They can get clogged so that
takes only a few minutes to open a checking ac- includes about it.
Mrs. Lena Clemens, and ber. The organization worry
do : If your engine persists in knocking, you the panels actually hold water. Result:
count that will save hours every month. Why not three teen-agers who helped eminent artists and writersof
it here and now! : serve: Mary Ann Schaeffer this area. The luncheonwas 2. Check wheel alignment at least twice may need a gasoline with more anti-knock Rust forms more easily, can eat through
I Ii i Denise Szabo and Jackie Fox. at her home on Keystone An out-of-line wheel increase
a year. can components, for a higher octane rating. the metal. sure drain holes are clear.
We wish to congratulate our Lake. She was assisted in en-
: I tire wear as much as 50 percent. Also, Super Shell contains all of the anti
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Pastor, Father Dougherty, on tertaining her guests by her 14. "Bandage" minor scratches in your
mother, Mrs. Bert Christoffers keep wheels balanced. An unbalknock
the seventh anniversary of your ingredients required to help your car's finish. Until you can have the
MEMBER F.D.I.C. his ordination. On Sunday Sr. anced wheel pounds the tire against the car deliver knock-free performance.
evening, the ladies of the scratches refinished, keep rust from form
A Friendly. Bank in A Friendly Community KEYSTONE HEIGHTS pavement, wearing the tread unevenly.
- Keystone Heights, Fla. Starke a reception group were honoring hostessesat Father COMMUNITY CHURCHDr. 9. Have your oil checked whenever you ing with a coat of touch-up paint or a

3.Rotate tires every 6,000 miles.Be sure fill with Oil does strip of cellulose tape.to .
Dougherty in St. Ed-i A. C. Holt, Minister up gasoline. not wear

Mrs. George A. Canals, Organist include your spare. This helps tires out. But it can be lost through leaks or 15. Let your Shell dealer help your car

Richard and Ccshman Director., Yenth Dir. wear evenly,last longer.Your Shell dealer burning. And it does get dirty. Worse yet, last longer. Your car may have cost you
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE
can take care of this for oil become contaminated
you. by combusthousands
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. can of dollars. Treat it carefully.

Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 4.Avoid high speeds and save your tires. tion byproductsincluding acid. Feed it well. Let your Shell dealer help

BUSINESS DIRECTORY Youth 6 People p. m., 7 pjn. Pioneers High speeds increase tire wear drastically Suggestion: use new Shell X-100 Pre- you on both counts. You will save money

-by as much as 80% over normal! wear. mium Motor Oil. It fights engine acidand increase your driving pleasure, too."WE .

1 ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL and four other troubles that can shortenengine
When It Comes To 5. Use engine to save brake
APPLIANCE DEALERFRIGIDAIRE REAL ESTATE CIIUlWHJtEYSTONE your your
INSURANCEGO l life.
avoid hard sudden brak--
linings. Try to ,
FIRST CLASS! Rev. Wm. W. Wontall, Vicar.
Geo. :E. LaRue C. J. Pete O'Connor Daily Morning Prayer 8:30 ing. When you see you'll have to slowdown 10. Change your oil filter element regu

Keystone HeightsAgt REALTOR am. Daily Evening Prayer, bp.m. take your foot off the accelerator larly. The filter is designed to catch and '

Sales and ServiceYeoman's Electric Insurance For TRAVELERS Company REAL ESTATE Holy. Sunday Eucharist 9:30 on a.m.1st and early and let the engine's compression do hold foreign particles so they can't get

Home-Owners' 3rd Sundays each month. some of the job. into your engine. Replacing the filter

Melrose Service GR 5-3S11 Automobile FI.MORTGAGES Keystone He' h-to.APPRAISALS Phone 4291: Morning Prayer on 2nd Service and 6. Warm an to m ent at regular intervals helps your etc-5
Tel 4692, Day 4325, Nite 4th Sunday. Litany up slowly. Racing engine H E 11
last
AUTO SERVICE MILLWORK on Prayer any, 5 5th pjn.Sunday. Evening warm it up ages it fast. A short wann-u Pat Dine longer. _

LITTLE SANTA FE LAKE During Lent Litany and moderate speed is good for your car 11. Have your car's cooling system

Baker Enterprise Keystone Furnished Home. Meditation each Wednesday even in summer. But never race your cold checked in spring and fall. Cooling sys-
Authorized Millwork Shop S I bearms, guest house, dock,,, 7:30 p-m. \\1I//1\ II I
U-Haul Trailer Dealer CABINETS DOORS FURNISHED HOME. engine to warm up. It may damage crititern rust inhibitors can wear out. Rust,

'Auto Repairs 21 Hr. Service FIRST BAPTIST cal working parts before lubrication can corrosion and sediment may then start to
Bait Shell Gas & Oil WINDOW FRAMESSCREENS spacious lot, many trees, price
and KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. be established. form. In the let Shell dealer
Available 24 Hrs. terms see: fully spring, your

Portable Electric Welding Trim Material Associate Edna Martin. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph .
2 Mi. So. on Rt. 100 Sash Made To Order Copeland Minister of Music
Keystone Heights 465 Keystone Heights TeL 4285 Keystone Heights, Fla. and church organist.
Phone 4106 Services: Sunday School

NURSERY JAMEs H. McEACHEX, 9:45: a- m. Morning Worship, r

r FLORIST Clemens Nursery REALTOR. 10:50 a. m.. Training Union,
'J JR.11:11: 7:00 m. Evening services
; D.
&..'- na .. uu tltrii3 Over 600 Vanities ofShrubs -
i 8:00 p. m. You are invited to PROMISE HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES ITEMIZED BILLS
I'LOJtL'\T-NURSDY Trees Houseplant
S. E. McKay Realtor: share family Prayer time witi] ,
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FLOWHRS Citrus & Azaleas Palms ,

Far All OocaotauUelrott : Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Lake )Front Pro Homes us. AT OUR SHELL STATIONS."
Phone: OR 8-2311 34 Mile East of yyyyyyvyvYYYvvvVvvvv
and Acreage.
Keystone Heights
INSURANCE Keystone Heights-Ph. $071Winifred

An Insurance Savings Plan NURSERY STOCK BROOKER Mann's Shell Service .. Rivers Shell Station '

Azaleas 50e S Cor. Madison Church: Starke Graham -t'Smith's
up
If You Live If a Saving By Shirley GreeaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,
S' to 4' Azaleas Special $%.00, ea. H.
If You Die It's Insurance

ASK YOUR GULF MAN See Landscaping Our Plants: Material Before Available Yen Buy CRAWFORDEcg. Shell Service Stallings Truck Stop

Mr. and Mrs L. C. Kelley u. S. 301 Lawtej % U. S. 301 ''''aId. r 4 s
L. R. Brault 0. C. Carnes
Nursery Real Estate Broker and sons of Waldo visited
: Florahome 684-4663 Mrs. Rosa Kelley Sunday.Mr. .
Keystone lights. Tel 453S4151INSURANCE .
Lake Properties Acreage and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis Buck's GroceryT ; Prescott's Service Station

PACKAGE STORE Ranches Business City and family of Starke and U. S. 301 (North) Starke. Middkborg

..- Homes 3lentaJ* Mrs. Eva Crowl of Large were ..
ShaughnessysPACKAGE "We Take A Personal Inter*** visiting Mrs. Amanda Lewis .
Murrhee Insurance Bill Reddish Store Station
STORE In Your RequlreIuI1t.1" during the weekend. ", Baker's Shell
Agency OPEN S A. M.-12 P. M. DAII.YMidway Miss Sue McDavid and Mrs. Heilbronn Springs Lake Genevaia'rley's -
CLOSED .' : Keystone Height
Terry McDavid were Sunday
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-I t General Insurance Keystone Melrose Hichtnj Melrose guests .of Mr and Mrs. Charles -;, JOHN A. TORODE
Fire Bonds Garage Prevatt's Shell Station
Casualty Also Hilda y 21-Opea Sundays- : Johnson and family in
Allied Lines Blue Pine Package a Bar GB 6-2M1 live Oak. 'J II I" Highway (East) Starke E. Brownlee St. Starke DistributorPAGir
Keystone Heights, 2731 Et 100 South Mrs. Dave Green spent sev-

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