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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 14, 1959
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"" a Report Made -4 ,
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A recommendation that the the -
Hospital Board WIth all above!

.... Eoard of County-Commissioners be that amount being divided bO per
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-,... S given a larger share of HradfordCounty's cent to the School Board and 40 ,
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"..1. race track funds for a per cent to the Commission.In I : .

.." ... one-year period was fliedth recommending the revised
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s: .g. Senator Charley L. Johns and division for a one-year period the
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'- Representative Doyle E. Conner committee took note that abnormal .
.- I last weekend by a citizens committee rainfall during the first three
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11 0 appointed to investigatethe months of 1959 had caused the
Ac", e financial condition of three Commissioners considerable unforeseen

hoards sharing the race track pot. expense in maintainance |I

ytrJ. In making its recommendation of county roads and bridges. It was

JJ7J. ({j t r 9Ptr/ If the committee suggested certainmeasures also! noted that the recommendation -
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expressed hope represented a compromise in
3J would help avoid "financial emer- which none of the three boards -
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w' > :, t gencies" in the future. could be given aQ it asked for or
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.., The citizens group recommended actually needed.

:; t: : : : that during the fiscal year Among the suggested economy .'i._ r-' ,\,, '-"
;> 1, 1959 30 I960,
July through June measures were:
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.: .. Happy in their n'tv Bradford County hump trnfh
the division of race track money 1. That the Board of County\,5 Hungarians are
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"" ..-. '" :> ,.,.. \.. -.."!, ccming to Bradford County be as Commissioners discontinue once Hungarians who fled! their homeland in varrh ,,f fiwdom. FromI
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follows: The first 510.000 to the and for all the practice of buying Find Haven I"- to right: Z..ltan Ja.I... Elfk J. Lrhorzky, Marie and Steve

Board of Trustees of Bradford pipe for use in culverts for private I Trv ey, and their right-jear-old daughter; Victoria

County Hospital; the second $10- individuals or businesses where;ln BradfordFreedom
000 to the Board of County Com the benefit is to the individual or 1(
missioners; all remaining race business and not to the general has I Communist overlords. These four Mr. Lehoczky who holds anasters
track funds received above the public. to five a deep personalmeaning I !irre Zoltan (Zolliel J Jacobs and I,. degree in mathematics
new Bradford ;i Mr. and Mrs.
first $20,000 to be divided 60 percent 2. That no new graded road of Steve Tassey and and chemistry, was a teacher in
County residents It is than
Awaits Development to the Board of Public Instruction -, any length or for any purpose bej t!ja, word to Elek J. Lehoczky.more who their 8 year eld daughter. Elizabeth I Junior High School and the president -

and 40 per cent to the constructed in the county without1! two months ago purchased the old'', Victoria. of his local governing unit,
Commission.The I first being approved by the entire Hnislop .' The three families did not i uhich: would correspond to our
farm near Bayless High- :
committee further recommended Board of County Commissioners ,'; know each other in Hungary I:county unit. "We all fought the
Pictured above is a tract of I industry. way.; He left his native Hungary each group leaving the country at'C" mmunis" he .
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rail-road. that after June 30, I960, et a regular meeting. remarked.in
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land idcally located transporta- A meeting is being held tonight the revision of the county's race 3. That the County Commissioners creeping through frozen a different time-one over the December of 1957 he and

tion-wise: that has been designated i merly used by the city for its : [Thursday] at 7 p. m. in I track money revert to the formula turn over to the Welfare Hoard bogs to evade the Soviet border Yugoslavian; border and the others two of his childien. together withtwo
patrol in
I garbage dump which has since I order to find freedom. over the Austrian
now in effect: first J15.000: to border. All university students made
by the City of Starke for I j been moved to another area. Plans the Chamber of Commerce of I [Continued on Page 41 I Last week he was joined in his left secretly. however because I their escape. The escape was made ,.,

purposes of development as industrial are now in the making to fill in business leaders interested informing new home by four other Hungarians permission to leave Hungary is ft night: through frozen

park. 'la borrow pit I white circular areal an Industrial Corporation Smart Brothers who had also left their homeland not granted by the Russian con- : where they sometimes swamp broke
Cases
The tract lies west of U. S. 301 i and make the tract into an attractive for the purpose of aiding Murder. without permission of the'' trolled government. I 1 I Continued on Page 41 '

and is south of the "Peggy" ,desirable site for future row industry to locate in Starke.City's .


Freed By Jury Set For Trial Heavy Rains Oil Dealers
I Local Bill Score j ; Break Claim City's Gas Data

Dry SpellA

3 Sentenced At Spring TermThree Contained 'Misleading' Statementsnot

I Two Passed, Two To Go 5 p. torrential m. Tuesday rain dumped starting an about aver- I I I

William Smart. 19. and Ronald Negroes, indicted by a Charges that the City sent out I
age of two inches of water over I natural gas is more economical -
Two of the four local bills being tributes a major part of the funds ,, thorized under this Section." Smart 17. were found not guiltyby Stand jury here Monday for first the county in the of several 1 1hours. !misleading! information in its circular for the consumer than other
sponsored; by the City of Starkeat for operating the city and that ,\ The proposed act limiting the a Circuit Court jury late Wed- degree' murder had their trial' space dated March 13, 1959 to'' fuels would depend whetherit
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the 1959 Legislative session i taxes would undoubtedly be higher '';| tote to freeholders and their I nesday afternoon on charges. of Gates set yesterday by Circuit i prospective users of natural gas is used; for all services-r-space

have already become law while if this source cf revenue were spouses in any election called for breaking and entering with intent udge John A. H. Murphree. I I i Santa Fe fire tower reported I!I WEre made by Jerome Johns and heating cooking and water heat-

two others still await Legislative 'cut off. The act would also apply i j I (the purpose of approving sale of I to commit grand larceny. Ella Marie Tucker, charged with 'the heaviest fall 2.5 inches withJbe ]i j I Freeman Register: J(., local..oil|vjorwsed u-u M nbtnation-icith .. I

action.'Th'bse'lhaOiave. to the proposed new natural gas 'A he power. ;; plant! ppQytdj ::that: The Jbrothers had beea held in the- toif...sIayln3-af;,WUUam Stark municipal"light plant Cfe-tributors at an open--forum]ether' fuels. They maintained that
r.; passed"'are' : ai tribut1on'system." | "TheTCity,'of' Starke Florida jail here.-under $2,500 bond each sen Jr. also colored 'w wilUbtf'ar-\? guage recording 2.21 inches. Louis I held last Friday night in the where natural gas is used for

It A bill giving the City Clerk The other local bill that still !!' may dispose of, lease sell or for suspected connection with the raigned next Monday: If she enters kill fire_tower near Highland reported :,courthouse. I I,everything there would be a considerable -

: authority to issue search war- awaits legislative action author- abandon the usual operation of theft of jewelry and money from a plea of ,not guilty as expected 1.80 inches while the Fire I, The meeting was sponsored by'''I saving. .
ts municipal light, water, and the W. H. Nollman residence last her trial will proceed at Control Station on SR 100 showed
rants. izes: the City of Starke to issue I I it I the local chapter of Jaycees whose]iI j j Johns, who repeatedly' challenged -
natural gas plants, only after December. William was arrestedin the same time. She is representedby 'II '
2. An act providing for a I! revenue bonds and certificates 1.70.The [I president, John Kopelousos, said the accuracy of the material -
I such disposition lease, sale or Starke and Ronald was pickedup Scruggs Carmichael and Averaof rain was beginning to be
the
permanent registration systemfor without a referendum or a freeholder (I purpose was to clarify several !i in the city's circular pointed -
the City of Starke. \ election and providing for abandonment! of usual operation in Deland where he served Gainesville. needed as the ground appeared'[, points in connection with, to a five-cent error in one
whereof. of any such plants is first approved three months on a charge of car- The trial of Leroy Wheeler I 'the i city's forthcoming distribution ,
Still not passed are: payment I II I I [diy in spite of the more than 20'} -(table on page 2 of the circular.
1. An ] the charter already at the regular City Elec- rying concealed weapons and was Hampton Negro youth and his'! of natural gas. quoting the
act providing that only Actually City's Itlon I 'I inches that fell during the first price per month of
affirmative vote of at ;later returned here. '
freeholders and their spouses may gives it authority to do this by an mother Louise Hagans, both indicted three months of j Harold Scott and J. H. Booksh !: .050 cu. ft: of natural gas for
; 1959. It al-
i least three-fourths of the total was i
The
tote if and when an election is I lard the method was used in issuing youths conducted their own Monday for the first degree !of Reynolds Smith & Hill Jackonvile water;: heating and cocking at
held on the issue; of sale of the j! its present revenue certificates !I number of the then qualified defense during the trial that consumed murder, was set for Tues- so effective in putting out the I firm handling the en-: $459. The engineers; admitted
freeholders of said City." most of Wednesday at the day, May 26. 1-nal remnants of a senous muck '
municipal power plant. for construction of a natural fineering: prase of the city's proposed that this was an error. and the
2. A bill authorizing the City gas distribution system.Ii I Note: Senator Johns said this spring term of circuit court here. The.Hagans woman Is reported fire that had been battled on the : [ gas distribution system de- figure. should have been $5.04.

of Starke to issue revenue bonds The proposed act however is considered was being changed to specify Three young residents of Clay to have encouraged her son to cast side of Crosby Lake for several I'ii-d there had been any attemptto They maintained however. that

rnd certificates without a referen- desirable by .the City fiteholders: and their spouses.1 County. Charles Eugene Carter shoot Emma Haines a neighbor, days. mislead the public in preparation other material in the circular

dum or a freeholder election. Council to make such certificates "That such question may be Jack Harold Manning and John as the result of a family squabble Two woods fires were reportedlast I of the material contained in vas correct.

While in Starke over the weekend more attractive in the eyes of submitted at said election by majority Howard Bates were sentenced late between Lucius Blocker son of week with 19 acres burned. the circular. They said that any Johns presented a set of figures -

Senator Charley E. Johns bond buyers City Attorney A. J. I vote of the City Counciln Wednesday afternoon by Judge the murdered woman and the Since Jan. 1. 27 fires have been seeming discrepancies in figuring .: based on costs he had esti-

said there had been some apparent Thomas Jr. explained. : favor of such sale lease dis- John A. H. Murphree after they Hagan woman's husband. reported with a total of 160.5."comparative rates were occasionedby mated of operating the natural

misunderstanding over the'i The act would amend the City'Jf'1 ition. or abandonment of us- were arraigned Monday and Jacksonville attorney Zack acres burned. variables governed by the ,gas utility by the city and whichhe

bill providing that only freehold- ; Charter to provide that: i j ual operation of said light water. pleaded guilty to charges of trans- Douglas will represent Hagans During the same period last amount used of the fuel in ques- showed coming up with an
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c-rs should vote in any election | "The City may issue interest 'i.nd i natural gas plants after giving portation of moonshine whiskey. while the court appointed A. J. year, 84 fires were reported with overall net loss to the city of

called on the issue of sale of the 1 bearing revenue bonds or certif-j eihtIeeks: notice of suchi Carter who had just received-two Thomas Jr. to defend Wheeler.I I I 543.3 acres burned. tion.They also said that whether or Continued on Page 6'

municipal plant. Senator Johns icates for the purpose of pay- i i propoedale., lease disposition. I rears- in- Clay County- on a moon--

said that the purpose of the bill I ins all or any part of the cost lor!| abandonment of usual opera- :lime charge was given an ad- F
to i tton by advertisement in a news- iitional six months by Judge Yar
was make it more difficult I of establishing acquiring, purchasing r z--:
to sell the plant rather than i : constructing, equipping j paper of general circulation in Murphree. Bates was sentencedto 8 }
said City of Starke Florida of three years and Manning, f.
tas t'r. He said he intended to introduce mjprovins, or extending one or ,
the hill in the Senate more municipal improvements or I all the details of the proposed whose pre-sentence investigation

this week and had altered it to facilities! which pursuant to law. : transaction: including the proposed revealed a long record of offenses tt
; method of then was given five years in prison. i41 st
permit the spouse of freeholdersto :, the City is authorized to provide.Such ; paying any t
vote \ txistinc indebtedness of said plant Pre-sentence investigations were + I ,
also, rather than just; the revenue bonds or certificates
freeholder himself lor herself!I i may be issued in anticipation and \ or plants." ordered in the cases of Tommy

as the bill was originally!; written. currd solely by a pledce of all The search warrant bill which Hardenbrook Jr. charged with

The reasoning: behind the belief f ( cr any part of the revenues or in- I I' has adready been enacted provides transportation of moonshine .
that ballot to that : whiskey, and Richard C. Smith
limiting the freeholders i come to be derived from the op- I' '
( before "Shy: search warrant charged) with possession of still
will make it harder to I elation of any such municipal'ipiojcct
I I shall issue pursuant to the and still for the
gain approval for sale of th remaining: after payment apparatus manufacture -
plant is that freeholders are property -jof, the cost of operation and i i provisions of this Act. .complaint of moonshine whiskey.
'shall' be made :before the Clerk ol
owners and taxpa)ers. They maintenance of such project and j Both young men had been arraigned -
i | !, the City of Starke. by affidaVit. and entered 5. ba4S4 rt
are conscious of the fact trJl|,I or any part of the receipts : Monday Yd

the municipal power plant con c-f the City from excise or privilege be-lieve pleas of guilty.Cripple .

taxes including: but not lim- I,
| affidavit.ithin
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ARMED l-Krd I to. those on cigarettes im- territorial: limits of the City ot Clinic

I nosed under the provisions of Starke. has violated or is violat-

Chapter 210, Florida Statutes.'' ordinance of the of
FORCES DAY 'M ting an City
I utility franchise taxes received Starke.. Each affidavit made un-
OPEN 'HOUSE ,from any utility operating in taxes th Cder] the provisions of this Act Set For May 22
I CIty. and utilities service
: : rhall briefly state facts upon
imposed under the provisions of which the alleged belief of the af-
Green: Cove Springs I Section 167.431, Florida Statutes'' fiant is based. Registration will begin at 8\ Living RosaryIs
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t I a. m. Friday morning May 22
!w other provisions of law. J 1 "When such affidavit is made Yti-

Na'al.Station. certificates I before the Clerk . it shall be- ior the annual Bradford CountyCrippled Highlight r .
issued under the Children's Clinic In the I
provisions come the duty of said Clerk, it
of this Act shall not in Health Department building on Of ProcessionalThe
Friday May 15 he deems the facts stated in the i .t ;J
:_ any respect constitute a indebtedness : affidavit sufficient to show probable Church Street. 3 l1

8:30 A.M. -12:30 P.M.- of the. City within the i\ cause to issue his ..warrant The clinic is being conducted Living Rosary is pictured R

meaning or application of any I directed to any police officer, spec- under the auspices of the Florida above ?.s it was formed during

constitutional, statutory or char- ial officer policeman or special Crippled Children's Commission the May Processional ceremonies
GUIDED TOURS ter debt limitation or provisions ': policeman of the City of Starke. American Legion Post 56. and the carried out last Sunday afternoonat

VISITORS WELCOMEThis I nor shall the full faith credit! authorizing and directing: such' of. Rotary ADDs of the Starke Rotary St. Edwards Catholic Churchon y t

et-d taxing power of the City I ficer to apprehend and search the Club. Temple Avenue. Joining the local 4

I i be directly or indirectly pledged said person so named in the affidavit The visiting staff will include congregation in the ritual 1ti

to the payment thereof. The is-I and to apprehend and I tnree orthopedic surgeons from' were members of St. Williams

/ I suance of such revenue bonds on I II search any vehicle in which the Jacksonville a pediatrician Plas-' Keystone Heights. At upper rightof ; ,

certificates shall not directly or : person named in the affidavit maybe tic surgeon a physiotherapist representatives the circle. Father Cornelius + -
Contributed
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indirectly obligate the City to, found and to enter and search of a brace and shoe Dougherty and May Queen Elaine V >w

Weekly to Publicize I levy any ad valorem taxes whatever file (building or place described IB company, and from the Florida Gilhooley are standing before the }

Community Events by therefor or to make any appropriation the affidavit In the possession ol Vocational Rehabilitation Serv- altar where the statue of Mary ,,

for their payment: except cr occupied by the person namedin ice. They will be assisted by the was crowned as a high point of ",. r" %

THE COMMUNITY from the funds authorizedto the affidavit and to seize any taft of the Bradford County the ceremony.At (,

be pledged therefor under the End all intoxicating liquor narcotics Health Department and volunteer right are crown bearers: q

STATE BANKOF pensions cf this section. gambling paraphernalia gam- workers. Phyllis Meng, ,Madonna Meng. .4
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STARKE "No referendum or freeholder bring device, apparatus. or other The clinic is free of charge Randall Chism,,Linda Futch. and rrrJr

election shall be necessary as a''I property or thing so unlawfully m end any child under 21 with a Kelly Richards.: Leading the pro- ,. "" {
!(the possession ofsuch person and cessional at far right are John -.10- .
requirement; or condition precedent crippling condition is eligible for b ... 11"5
(Member F.D.I.C.) to the issuance' of such revenue l to bring defendant beforeI examination. Wager, bearing cross, and at- t. 1.<..>-.i. ;' ._'"' .
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FACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 14,-4 959

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.:___F__-.a._._ pr _J.I_. .__ _,_r_ _I. __n_ ___ vyTyyyyyyy fVYyyY'VY'VVVVIILEJLBRONN daughter of Willard Gaskins of Christian ServiceIs It is the gripping story of a
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: editorial I Macclenny. man who received his call to the
Farmer's Diary I IB7 Very,glad to.repOrt Miss Ccnnie Described. m'nlstry on the battlefleias 61

-- II I Clemons was released from the In Florida FilmA Kcrea. and how he convinced,the
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.'..-J --JT IF B.si Mechcy: Mri Harvey 3lccarthyt4jLALAAALAAA1L&LAAAAALL4I Bradford County Hospital Friday cman he loved.to follow him! -;:to,
A Narrow ; II : end feeling fin&: we're happy for dramatic experience in the a remote corner of the, earth Also

Vieypofat! month.. you, Connie.A rail to Christian service is portrayed revealed is how the young man
in "HI Give My Life," at .
: -_ The hyper-thyroid Orlando :Morning Sentinel I ; ( We got several cuttings of, holly Hi Folks hope all of you had: avery lovely birthday and Mother's the Florida Theatre Sunday and followed his heart against Uie
of his, father,
... : contributes its bit to "bet fer. feeling and understanding" hem Sam's'mother, and we're enjcyable Mother's Day Day dinner combination was heldat Monday. bitter cpposition events
the and the strange course of,
trying to raise some plants. According weekend. Always remember mother attractive Kiassley Lake
: between various sections of Florida
to a hclly guide'they are because she is a fine and lovely hcme of Mr. and Mrs. R L. Red- that finally convinced the father-'
p : with a vicious colored cartoon adorning one of I varieties of Hex cornuta and the lady who is always thinkingof cish Sunday. The dinner was his son was right.

a its recent front pages. book says that laising holly from you. Make every day a day for !given in honor of the mothers of nesday evenings or better still This picture has been, widely

; < '"Following its usual l formula of more cleverness I slips is ho trick at all! mother. he Reddish family and in honorof come for both meetings. Not only reclaimed by ministers Sunday
: Flori- .5. the birthday of Mrs. Freeman do you hear good preaching but
than accuracy, the Sentinel depicts Neighbors. I know you wish we school teachers. and other civic

: da's "Small Counties" as a barefooted, corncobS Although not over with yet. the The English people have a superstition would, make up our minds but Crosby Mrs. Reddish's sister. Immediately tld you hymns can enjoy love singing to the good and leadeis wherever it has been;,

smoking hillbilly c'ontentedly rocking on the berry season is drawing to a close that if you save Christ- this time it's for real. You. again following dinner gifts you sing
were opened by the honorees. listen to the songs by our special shown.:
And according to two of thcrowes mas holly wreaths through the vs open our strawberry field torach
while
front
: porch of dilapidated cabin a scow-
a Everyone enjoyed the idngers plus joining in with the
event.
Hap-
following home will of pick
Geneva before-you
we checked with year your you as
ling "slave" harnessed to a plow share and toil- old church fellow CARD OF THANKSWe
tood
country
; And py birthday Mrs. Inez and
not to may
Gaskins: and Luther Hllliard; it be struck by lightning. them 25 cents per quart. Sorry
ing-in, a nearby field under the burning sun is God bless you with ship. Come and bring someone
I manY odd 1 but many more.
of
turned out to be a better season that's only one the i j I eep confusing everybody thank our friends for their.
: labelled "L rg Counties:" While "Large .Coun than was expected. According. 'to beliefs held about the wide-world vhen" ;'we got a chance to sell toa Rev. Otis T. Jones Heilbronn vith you. kindnesses during our: recent '

ties" toil,and sweat, the rocking chair hillbilly is them, they "made a 'little and known. holly. buyer we couldn't afford to Church Pastor, gave a beautifulMother's Guess that's about all fcr this many bereavement. We appreciate
S lefuse the offer since too Day message Sunday. time. Be it the Good Lord's will
: being served' a "Jug'fulI of "Race Track Dough, that was good considering all but he the flowers. food and ,card they
Won't :
the Visited cur neighbors Bryant is unpredictable we invite you all you come and hear Rev. to forever bless each of you. .
butler. As 'wet
: Gas Tax, etc.., etc. by a uniformed a weather.. Jones: next sent The family of Mrs. Bessie,
Sunday or on Wed- bye now.
S. and Ethel Reddish and found to come.
S crowning- insult, the "Small Counties" hillbilly is L. Ray.
Ever hear of anyone picking their home in an uproar because Watch this column next week _
: pictured as !idling hlftime by scratching the back -.. --._ a------
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of berries from 1,200 they had a house full of company ; -- '
three crates for a report on the Heilbronn -
of-a'pig labeled "Liret me.t'guaranfee of the luxury --I l _lMacPMHBHBBHBiAIR -
and the water ailing.
plants? George Roberts said that pump Home Demcnstration Club meeting -
h they've been accustomed to." The caption Bob Crawford got that many That demon water pump fixer, held in the home of Mrs. t

: underneath }l\r'C'art\; o l' says: "All he's really firm one picking and that 'Mr. Sam, who has spent a good partof White .this afternoon. :

: interest : in Beeping! the'..butler." Crawford's plants are a sight to the last 10 years fussing with Deepest sympathy is extendedto CONDiTIONERSDON'T !

S 'All,v fy amuftngrno: doubt (to readers in the behold. Finnegan, soon found that the Mrs. Lon Starling in the deathof : 1
We had some "May" berries trouble was nothing but a busted of
: "large counties") but'hardly calculated to cut her brother Jim Norman
this week and they were the best little steel spring..
: down oh the'feeling of sectionalism, a goal which S S Jacksonville.
we've had this season They were Sympathy and God's blessingare .
: large ve'piously pretended to
some 'papers raised by Tommy Carter' and Bryant tried stretching the '
, also extended to the survivorscf BE MISLED IN BUYING
: foster i in behalf of a gr e ter Florida.
were a deep red color all the way spring with pliers. and just about Mr. Orr who died recently.Mr. .
,If the editor of the Orlando Sentinel or of any through and sweet as sugar. {the time Sam cautioned him to Ore will always be remembered /

: other one 'of Florida's) great" metropolitan news S. keep good grip on it, ZING' by his numerous friends of the AN AIR CONDITIONER !

: papers j) thinks the small counties are living inS We hove fleas at our place and it flew off in the darkn ss. We community.Mr. ,

can tell everyone that it is easier scouted all over Lawtey but the Rosier ,.
the lap of luxury, they should get a little closer and Mrs. J. M. were
. to get them, than it is to get rid closest we could find was a spring their *
isited two of
Sunday by
: to the grass roots. They should see the things A 1 HP Motor Is Not 'Necessarily--
of them. After being eaten almost on a moustrap at Bryant's moth- daughters Ruby and daughter
S that .are.being accomplished in the smaller coun- .
ers home. That was a dandy iniDiration -
alive by the doggone things Glenda of Lowell and Aline and
: ties by the use of this money things that but it turned out to be.a
Sam dusted with chlordane her husband of Orlando. 1 Ton Of ,Air Conditioning
: could not possibly be done otherwise in these: around the carport and the entrances silly idea. My mother Mrs. Maude Mott

smaller and admittedly "poorer" counties. These and that. helped. a lot. U S was weekend guest of her mother .

: shortsighted- editors should realize that you can't Alice then got the idea of Mrs. J. M. Fralick and family in Ask For The Guaranteed BTU Output Before

: build a great state by fattening up a few gold- But our poor mutt Pete is having stealing a sprng; from our old Providence.
You
: plated'metropolitan areas and letting the hinter- a terrible time with them, friend! Finnegan and so shortly Jessie Vernon Crews of Gainesville Buy.

': lands go'hang.;! For instance how would the and so we're fcoing to take him clterw'ard; \ there:! we were bent visited Monday of this week
ever to Pete Wainwright's and iver Bryant's pump, and again with his uncle and aunt Mr. and
Gold Coast-bound tourists get{ to their destinations SHOP AT SHEPHERD'S NEW LOCATIONTHE
dip the rascal. Pete says that will Bryant. tried to bend the fool Mrs. R. L. Morgan and family.
except for, the hard-surfaced: roads for get everything including ticks. thing and ZING! it too flew Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

" which the small counties of North Florida laboriously Pete says it is the best prepara- off and it looked like the Reddishes tBilll Reddish and son. Keith GUARANTEED BTU OUTPUT AND PRICE IS LISTEDON

provide right-of-way? How many small tion he has ever used for his were going to go to bed were Mrs. Reddish's brothers and EACH UNIT.SHEPHERD'S .

) and sparcely settled small counties could finance dcgs and that it will keep the tnat night thirsty and slightly jsters-in-1aw. Mr. and Mrs. Mac ,

i roads or any other 'necessary facilities without pests off for several weeks or a soled. Carmichael and son Billy of Live .

these funds that the Orlando Sentinel sees us .5. Oak, Mr. and Mrs.. LeRoy Carmichael -

using to live a life of luxury? But old sharp-eyed Bryant of Jacksonville and their RADIO & TV"
, spied the spring INSIDE THE neice end Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
The Sentinel editor should also remember that Out MOTOR and with hairpin bor- Beaph also of Jacksonville.

thVshare-and-share-alike split of race track funds t :owed from his daughter, Mary ThCjSick of the community are: .

was a "gentlemen's agreement" or "d al," if you 01 Elizabeth he fished it aut, and Miss Marilyn Cox who is in the NEW LOCATION -' ,\

will, between the large and small counties at the this time he got the.spring in Health Center at Gainesville: lit-

tjme pari mutuel betting was,legalized in Flprida.] The place, turned on the,eiectric, 'and tle ;Jimmie demons, son of Mr. INOLDA&PSTOREPhone
Reddishes and Mrs. Roy Clemons home with
Whether Great Day the whooped -
right or wrong, the deal was made,
with joy as water once again the mumps; Reese Scott's mother -
whereby the small county representatives voted Past flowed through their pipes. of Bristol Tenn. critically ill WO 4-6901 Starke Florida

to legalize horse racing for the' large South S. tttie Soft family left Monday to ------ 7'>,I' --, '. ,

Florida''c OUhties in return, for an equal share of i Onl those who live in the be by her 'bed-side; young I '" .-- .. .-- -- ,
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th'e race' 'track funds Now the big counties have country can appreciate 'this story -
in mind that it
Keeping was
decidedMhey': 'it'.all, 'and heap scorn upon 25 years ago [June 19341, it is for only they know the awful ,, < :

the' "Sm ll Counties" for being so greedy as to interesting to review some of the feeling when you turn on a spigot .-. _$ ; : :. ,. ..- : 4' k .t t- .-, ;. V :
instead
.... w at: anequal share. Issues about which political candidates and of water you get noth- : (
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.:Ttot is one reason it is sri important that the were de'fiiting': at meetings' ing-'but, a tired.5.sigh. 4 -: -c 41 ; +C .

small counties keep control of the Florida Senate. in the county.: A bunch of crows held a meet- ..*._ &I: 4. .... 4- .

As long as Florida na's'.?, Cing,.4'- and. ... .there. has" lor The issue between Zegcs&Cure candidates JJjg this week 2n ftacfc aCplace car: '. ., ." -. p. .. .. .(
the
state centered
t
been no cJatrorr J fa &cwi (( .('i\ t \\i r'h around for the schools. and from the sound of it. V : ..+. : .. ,.

brigiriaragreement! I: 'should. .stajnd money the big-mouthed birds were holding .
Johns who
: Chailsy was opposing LTT I -
L. A. Gray. BHS principal and there own Legislature and __
trying to work cut their .
own re- .,
incumbent C. C. Butler, said that

The. Gas. Debate t.akinggas tax money from the apportionment problem. They 1 v _ I 4v
jawed and cawed all the livelong
load fund "was a trick of the big
day and finally it broke in
up a
counties and would cost this _
It is difficult to that
see anything very con- riot, with a bunch of them fly- *
county thousands of dollars in
.
structive came out of last Friday's"meeting forth
load funds." ing south pursued by local birds -
purpose of discussing:the and of who called them and ;: .
city slickers
,pros ,cons... Mr, Gray favored a general .
natural other let k\b, 1
t ;/ gas. sales:; tax. names a woe!t 2M -

) *' GaS rates, like electric rates..-are variable; with Congressman Green was opPosed 4 .. % ._ ,.2 -'I.

l large' consumers paying less per unit than small by Judge J. R. Kelly who WANTED Clean Cotton Rags, ,. .. V. ', -.

consumers, and making it difficult to compare was a former Bradford County No Pants, No Shirts Must Be <

costs, in layman's language, with costs of other" resident. Both were campaigningon Clean. Bradford County T1eI.ak. T. :r..1
a platform of cross-state canal ..
fuels. It is quite understandable how different .

people, with 'diff 'ent \viewpoints' and interests;. fertilizer, old age and pensions freight, and rates cheaper for /

co tale the same basic figures "'and r ; F
come up Honda farmers; Their chief disagreement .
with .dif r nt.ns, ,\: r .. For instance, the con- seemed to be on the -

uthr who has all gas appliances will pay a different NRA. Judge Kelly, attacking that NEffl rr rA:
: .
organization, said it LMONEY \ .. ;- I
: rate because of the quantity used, than was unjustto '
the who in the, small business man. ; ,:r ; : .. _
one uses gas. combination with.,electricity ; : I
6 Charles A. Mitchell of Vero '
fuel grp iiia -- .
oil."The i almost t l-:
anl'oT '
ipns.are : ffJ: .
Beach also spoke In the .
4'' county .
infinite t and : { 'topi ; V :s..x. ::+ ,,.
Tate'comparisons hard "
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". .." .."',,are.* ."', ",'.' aid 'among other things favored ;. .. f S. .j ...
l down.The federal aid to education. '! .' .. .- J fi _' .t.
person whowent, to the meeting peeking to S 5 ,i. : ;- 'V j
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find out whether his:bill.wouJd'jbe 1 .ss.'p' r"rn nth Late May of 1934 brought wind .\ ....r...... ... .......... ,''v ,.'. :" ,: : '. '.;' : / 4' ____
by using ::1 natural'gas! !; : : ;probably'lefi(> ; tha.I ie tJpg and heavy' rains to the county.lt t FORKEXTRAS} 7 r y ''i

just a& .confused\ as .he' .was, bef i.: SpQ&esnjen was estimated' that 40 per cent .. I -v-- _

for th'e.city l dfd.say. however, JhaE wh'er .gas'was: :. ,of afioTmuch the young of'the corn okra was Fordhooksrnd d destroyed, .; ... : .. t : ..::: :,>>, 7'>,. <... '''-- ,', ...... .

used'for'everyth'ing I : ;.-i'space heading\ ,..cooking ''cucumbers also. ; '
'
and' fater heating. ,,. the.. gavijfg;.,wpuld.., be subThe' .. -. From Lawtey: it 'was reportedthat tE E } :
I 'l' : : I'c ';1 '
Sa.an f.'l',,\ the: rains w'ere'"a good test, ":o. On the Ohio Turnpike, every mile is

: /important)thing\t. seenls ,.to us, is that. ef the' new' drainage "ditch b ing'dug' :a @@rm@KS[ IT[

Stark,.HAS .Tbr Very shbrtly. iil'Tiave) ',[natural by FERA. ..from town to New
'
gas and no tpf detate.l will ch zigethat' ''River, : ,: .
.... Amount \, S. ; .

fact'gas: Like is a 'sign additionarservice! (of progress,, of nd- any we' ']predict l kincCiiatural ) .that-: chairman Mrs. Grace of the Wainwright American Legion was 6 : .. the paving material with no "moving parts" to cause hidden wear. !

the additional growth",it induces'm the.commun Poppy Day Sale. She reported ;
I'
ity will."soon.offset any losses'that'it: might bring that Ore 200 poppies on hand I .

initially to those who 'provide} competitive ser- 'nere all sold before' Tioon,' and : t\\L !
,I $7,181,898 based on first-cost estimates .. surface. That can't ever.happen with .
vices. That is, we believe\ that the speeded up approximately $::::5.was raised. ., ,

growth of St rke, the sale of more and more S. r\ i :.. was saved by choosing conconcrete..
new appliances, and other stepped up demandsfor Starke and Fernandina were LOANS : i ; I crete. And now maintenance costs Stability helps give today's con-_-

all sources, .c of;. power. }nd fuel.will .soon. take County tied for Baseball first place League.in the The Florida local -' :. UP TO are running about half the original creteits5O-years-p1us1if expectancy: .

up any slack that may be felt at first so that.. nine1 beat' ( "estimates! i. its lasting, flat smoothness. I
Green Cove Springs -__ __ __
thedcalersin fuel oil) l and( qt thertyp 's of gas will ,,.'there;'iJ 'Is.' spectacular 12-inning : $600() new Interstate Highways, on Ell
ram > : More proof that concrete does tht heavy-duty roads, concrete mean* .
gain more. than. they lose within: .a, very short, 7-4, with Speed Harvey re- j ,
.'"';'Tiering1 Hafllie job-and does it for less Last true for taxpayersbotE; &:
of'time. That : Jones hi the 7th money. economy
period has usually; b the \ A:
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en pattern -,. 1'.. ", .; '
of 'progress, ',' r and pitching hitless ball for the. : of
It 'was reassuring to hear the engineers state. lest the game.S5.s pient part must move. This grinds died some lljf million vehlclesD1f -

at the meeting that .the saving: on fuelr alone l at"L X. > Torode Chevrolet Co. advertised ,. corners: of aggregate,cause deep thousands' of them with loads of _ \;:

the municipalpowerplant:wduld be. sufficient i 'I "Foks Find Us rear. Result: low spots, sub rade 70,000 90,000 pounds-saved "
:, to new model Chevrolets for $490_ ; ; failure. '
amortize ,the'")lonn the city. is :receiving' towfinan<;e 'fob :Flint, Ml h. For $18 more" < : overloading .. money doing it.
Friendly"HCAFJINANGE -- -'---:.:: Concrete is built
: There's
a reason.
the ,pas dMrib'ution: \ system. Also reassuririg' you could get bumpers spare '\' : .,?
j
was the Mnfpmpnt'tbat! none.of the'city's/other, / :.:'tire and tir 'leet. Sounds like abargain to bear like a beam, not to flex. For

ret eme!| muM be pledged for this'purpose'- the I. ;. 5S flexibilitytneansmovement..movement -

gr? (TiWvitjrm!; !system must stand al6ne.l :' 'Thatis ; .. creates friction friction I
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as; 'it should? be. : .."*, ." '" 'County'cittzer.s Aid to Mothers cost Bradford' ,; ....'. ., :'....; c: ; .. ;"':: : brings wear. that causes a pavement -..
: .. an of 1: --s'
average ;
COMPANY( ;..4 .. .y' Sc, 4 ,.v 'ri : :A.t to wear out inside as well as on the
-. ," ,_. ... 'eichf rentS'each during: 1933. The ._. "-.< :, ....0 JO.. .:.
"elf re fund went for 104 chiltirenln .. < ."*" :* : ... <,. 'ot '. ,..>."4"a',,<.1
w eY.. T.EL H rjo1 I| ''tile county 'for a total of' il6 X. Walnut Street S .;;,..";-A4,_'10 "'.'"" J .t-.w.,..,., "_ .;t:

.I.JS7;, $712ith1 an average payment Diagram show stability olconcrete.Nointerna1movemcntOf8Wate.
TtI !: ,1'J 1-er child jof'1.92per month. This ((2 Dooi. iJrom Post Office)' PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION .. .

JLORIfl.VS. OLDEST,.. WEEKLY. EWS. small 'sum to be' bond. One only' con '
: .t ; .7' L.L-- .i"' was supposed a 1: and, reason Orlando FloridaA
_...t.'rF.1f ; .r erite Hall 1612 L Colonial I Drive, ,
: PtDLISUtD 'oSTlSOrSLY .. ,tcol In"the"retention 'of childdependency' Mrr Mgr. load-bearing strength can be '
I".t ".r"'" .l'<'''.'.tOJ! to t. oot! : f ..
.,-' ... r; rsrVR THE SAME! MTHEAn.gtarkt and "possible dellnOAiency''with4 _f Computed mathematically. national: organization to improve and extend the toe concrete .. : .
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THURSDAY.) MAY 14. 1939 BRADFORD COUNTY, TELEGRAPH. STAKKE FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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......... .. .n..l Hill Sunday.We TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTWTI T Jacksonville were visitors -of Mrs. group. and general community OEILBRO.N.V M1 ,fOi
enjoyed seeing our old 1 } L'. Y1a Hattie Nolan last Sunday. Mr. tctivities.:: I BAPTIST CIIUECH

COY; HILLy friends Homer Smith. Maudie and EVERGREENBy r Nolan became ill and his mother While the older group held a Sunday Schoor 10 a. m. Morning -
Shirley and Shirley's husband end D. J. Parrish took him to a
and baby. live i business meeting during whicha I Worship 11 a. m. Evening
They now near Jacksonville hospital for treat-
Mn. J. L StricklandOur
Stanley Crawford constitution and by-laws were
Tampa. These friends, who for- n if ment. Worship 7:30 p. m. Training

LAAAAA AAAAA.AAAAAAAAA.. ,merly lived at Highland usually aaa. &&&AA AAAA&A&&A. We are sorry to learn that Bailey ec'opted' the younger group danced Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. MidWeek -

come back at homecoming. We Butler has been seriously ill to music of the Ken Wilkerson I Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
daughter. Mrs. Walter Lang R. N. Crawford and Stanley
learned to love them when they at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Band. 7:30: p.m.
Uo Ann] spent the weekend with Crawford and family recently :;
were here and always enjoy hav- Sidney Harris.
Us. visited: Mrs. Sadie Lucente of -=--
ing them visit.Remember Mr and Mrs. Buddy Browning .
Mrs. Barbar Gorham of Tampa -
Jacksonville who is ill. I
pent Thursday night with the homecoming and the Harold [Nook] Crawford visited of Jacksonville were guests of
,_ Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and
Thomas family reunion to be held e ,
Jim Stricklands. She was on her I his family Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
way to New Jersey where she will at Bulah Church Sunday. Rev. Crawford Sr. during the weekend. family Sunday and also enjoyedthe

be employed. Jim Strickland will preach that Arthur Green and two of his Homecoming at Long Branch

Nellie Wilkinson ran a 16 penny day. All friends are invited. friends from the USS Saratoga Baptist Church.A Dead
fish fry held at SpotsIN
nail In her foot last week. Her We attended the homecoming visited his home during the week- was Long
Branch last
foot is inflamed and giving her cervice at Long Branch Church s Thursday night for
nd.A r the Maxville Baptist Church.
much pain. We hope she will soon Sunday and believe there was a recent hamburger fry at the
Everyone had a nice time. The
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be welL larger crowd than ever before. Bill Green home was enjoyed by
11 of fish for
men caught the
Mrs. Louise Johns has been suf- We saw many old friends. Somewe Lhe Stanley Crawfords Mrs. Bob-
the
fering with a carbuncle on her I' talked with but others we by Crews and children and Arthur M. Watterson We fish are fry.sorry to learn that Mrs. YOUR LAWN?
leg. missed. Green and friends.

Gene Earl and Clarence Lang, There was so much food that it Many residents of this commu- Water% Is His BusinessNot and hank wish Wellhausen her a speedy has recovery.been ill

all of Tampa spent the weekend could not all be put on the tables. ciey attended the Long Branch s

viith. home folks at Clay Hill Extra tables were set up and there I homecoming Sunday.We .
many people have sand- to Florida Power & Light and HONOR ROLLHonor
and attended homecoming at Clay till: was not room. If anyone are glad to hear that Cecil I
went home hungry it was becausehe Crawford Sr. is recovering from wiched into the space of one life- the telephone system was also They May Be Caused By A
rl- would not eat. a recent illness. time as many vocations as M. L. s !d. but the new proprietor discontinued Roll of Bradford High

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan Watterson, owner of the Hampton service during the depression School for fifth six-week period:
Rev. Herb Higdon preached an
excellent Mother's Day sermon. 01 Jasper were recent guests of waterworks. At various times in of the early 1930s. 12th Grade Fungus Or Insects

The oldest mother present was 77 the Leslie McCellans. his career he has also earned his In between times so to speak Charles Prevatt Elizabeth Pre-

Among those visiting Otis Brewer daily bread as a carpenter electrician Mr. Watterson also busied him- vatt. Franklin Ritch Jimmy
years old and the youngest 17. during the week were Waldo I saw mill operator, store- self operating a drug store in witch George Young Helen Kelly DON'T RISK LOSING '

Gulf Life The mother with the most children Pringle and son of Auburndale' keeper, and plumber. partnership with Dr. W. E. Mid- Judy Kelly [Al], Mary Agnes

A//ivr.A 11 children with 8 living Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mosley of But the water system, which ikton, working in a general, Matthews Fred Brandes. Ray YOUR VALUABLE LAWN

was Bessie Strickland. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. has been in the Watterscn family store owned by A. A. Durden, op- Maxwell Glenda Parker George

PLAN j. C. Pringle of Satsuma. since 1914. is his chief interest.At erating a garage and a saw mill. Patten Mara Ann Payne Bar-
Some of us left the church Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and the present time he is install- And there are some people who bara Bates Jean Dugger Angela

Fits your grounds and went to the bap- Carol Jean visited Stephen Fos- ing a parallel half mile of two- claim they "can't find anythingto Elder John Green Terrell Green Call Us For FREE InspectionsPHONE

changingneeds tismal place on Long Branch. ter Memorial Sunday. inch pipe to the eastern sectionof do Henry Hall, Jim Hobbs.

Recent visitors of Mrs. Autie Hampton and has other plans .
There was a large crowd there I
Brewer were Mr. and Mrs. Harold for improvement of the system. ................Imes 11th Grade WO 4-3965 .
too and five were baptised. I Virginia Gaskins Hank Gra-
Bea ley and sons of Ocala and The waterworks was installedin
We look forward to seeing manyof 1911 by C. J. Weeks and was ham [Al, Freda Hardee. Delores
}Ir. and :Mrs. Leon Brewer and MAXVILLEBy
you at Bulah Church next Sun- family of Keystone Heights. purchased by John W. ,Watterson Cloversettle [A], Pat Cogdill, FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
Kathleen
cay. Visiting relatives in this com- father of M. L. [Luther], in 1914. Conway Sara Jo Sprow,
Mn. C. B. NalaD&A.A.A.A.AAAAAaA..A
Vonda Harold
Gulf fe now has a new munity during the week were Mrs. The operation has been in the Starling Tyus

life insurance savings NEW RIVER K'izzie Chism Christy Ann Howard family since that time with the AA4 Judy Barbara LeSawyer Ward. John Gwendolyn Whesenant Raul- AND CHEMICAL CO.
number of subscribers increasingfrom
with exclusive BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hodges Birthday party
| plan trson.
and Mrs. Josie Crawford all of the original 56, to the pres-
:Adapt-A-Plan advan Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship ent 105. Mrs. Grace Padgett entertained 10th Grade 224 N.
St. George Ga. I Temple Ave.
her home last ___ Starke, Fla.
rt Friday_ night. Therissa Ann Maruca Lynda
AND refund of Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Serv1 -
tages. a Williard Gaskins and family An 8,000 gallon metal tank on
May 8,with a birthday party hon- Gayle Moody Sara Ofborne [A],
premium feature. Ask 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting east visited his mother Mrs. Jean a 65-foot tower and the well
7:30 cring her sister Susie Harris on Patricia Parramore Linda Cox
Wednesday p.m.C. Gaskins. Sunday. are both located on land adjoin-
your Gulf Liferepresentative her 14th birthday anniversary.A rA], Douglas Cruce Pat Tobias
The Fisher Gaskins family reCEntly ing the Watterson home. A sub- -
large crowd of young people Carolyn Vickers, David Waite
entertained Mrs. Gaskins merged electric turbine automatic -
from Maxville Baldwin and Clay Terry Walters Amelia Williams,
for details. E. Edgley Day Phone 1227 mother, and brother Mrs. Winnie in the 120 foot deep, 4-inch \b/
hill enjoyed this occasion with Kay Hart, Linda Hildebran. Bren- MAYTm
t$
Owner Night Ph. 4961 Wood and Herbert Kersey. well cuts in when the tank is
Susie. Mrs. Padgett was assistedin da Sue Hinson. Carol Ann Kouba. ; .
Mr. and Mrs.' Fisher Gaskins Grained of 2,000 gallons leavinga "
Lake City FloridaColumbia
entertaining by Mrs. Jean Pad-
visited: the Harley McRae family 6,000 gallon reserve at all times. 9th Grade < Cttt and Mrs. Oscar Harris. CELEBRATIONCelebrating \
GulfLife Glass last week. Saturday night the Mr. Watterson figures this reserve Mr. and Mrs. Buster Mann and Marilyn Hemwall Irwin Martin !

Gaskins visited Mr. and Mrs. supply would last his consumersfor family and Miss Carolyn Norman Bubba Moody Shirley Morrison =:::!.. I;;::- 5gth.'_'- -" --.- -.. .". .. .- "- -_.
Randall Chism of Starke.Mr. six hours with normal use. Betty Lou Wainwright Jo Ann -
were business visitors in Starke ..
and Mrs. Clyde Griffis and The "water which is not metered last Reddish Joe Allen Sapp Dianne Firestone's .

& Paint Company Mis. Laura Griffis visited Mr. costs the customers eithert2 Saturday. Colson, Chimp Fester Tom Gay 50 of leadership in tires '
Mrs. Harry j years racing 'filii
and Mrs. Eugene McDonald of or $2.25 per month flat rate. Padgett visited in John Adams, Dale Bradley. '

Jacksonville Sunday afternoon The latter figure is for a home Ealdwin last Saturday afternoon.Mr. 8th
Grade
a INSURANCE - - -
COMPANYW. Store Front DesigningAnd and brought their grandson Jim- with complete plumbing. No chlorine family. and of Jacksonville Mrs. Roy Waters and Stephen Edwards. Sally Ann 1 HOW PRICES

W' Installation nr.e home with them. is added to the supply whichis visited Mrs. Epperson, Harriet Goodman.7th .
Dorothy
Waters
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman tested monthly by the State and family last Grade =

Glass for Every and son visited in Bushnell dur- Board of Health.Mr. Saturday.Mr. .
H. HAND Vicki Frees Marcia Haynes,
Superintendent and Mrs. .
ing the weekend. Watterson came to Hampton George Johnson Marcus Jackson, Ernest Jenkins i NO DOWN PAYMENT with your troda-in tires
Box 308 Phone WO 4-4723 Purpose and family of Jacksonville
i Mrs. J. E. Norman was Monday on Jan. 2, 1912 from North and Suzanne Judd Emily
Starke. Fla.,' guest of the Willie Reddish fam- Carolina and hasn't wanted to Mary Ann Bennett of Jacksonville Morley, Martha Susan Lewis Ritch Judy .

ily.Richard Redding and Tommy live ried anywhere the former else May since.Bedenbaughof He mar- and Mrs.were Doss dinner Higginbotham guests of and Mr. Mike John Williams.Sheppard. Andy Strickland .\ ,'tlACKWAtlS Firestone' 12 95 plus"vim .

Gaskins celebrated their birth- Hampton and they have three:,,family last Sunday. I '1 Champion 470-U....-miiPWr
TREE SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and d
COMPLETE
days at the Fisher Gaskins home, children, all married and living I, 1 ,
Sunday. away from home. family and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lawtey Community '.

-, Pruning Cavity Work Homecoming at Evergreen Baptist The Watterson well has never I I Waters and family of Jacksonville Center OrganizedLawtey I WHITEWAllS fox andrtcoppabfo

Bracing Tree Removal Church will be held June 7. cone; dry but the turbine had to, were guests of Mrs. Dorothy y firestone. f .
Waters
\ and family last
Members of the church invite all be. lowered about 10 feet several Sunday. Community Center was 470-t run-frte
Transplanting
Gweii .
De-Mossing Miss
Waters is Champion 1 1i
.. friends to attend. years ago, during the "dry de- spendinga organized Saturday night follow-
Free Inspection and Estimates cade" when few days here with her aunt. sponsoredby
Rev. Otis Jones and family average rainfall in ing a spaghetti supper
were Sunday dinner guests of the the area was far below normal. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family. the MYF of Grace Methodist fht tax and

W. H. Green family. Mr. Watterson's habit of "never Miss Carolyn Norman spent the Church. r.rappobli
SAPP'S$ TREE SURGEONSPETE throwing anything away" has Gay with Miss Bonnie Padgett last Officers elected were president i Firestone tir \

..............mmy'.nGRIFFIS made his repair shop a mecca Sunday. Edward Massey; vicepresident Safety 470-H.Tvtf-rof I IDODD'S

SAPP, Owner for people in the area needing homecoming[ At Long Branch V. R. Ferguson; secretary, = Champion

LOOP lard-to-finrt parts. He recalls Big Success Mrs. Martha Bales; Treasurer, .-- --. -
STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965 Homecoming
that this was especially true in Day at the Long Mrs. Wilma Wainwright; reporter

P. 0. Box .774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. Camp Blanding days when on Branch Baptist ChU'ch provedto Mrs. S. J. McGarvey; directors

AGENTS By Verble AndersonLAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA many occasions he supplied offIcers be a very successful day. Flowers Mrs. Ed Durban and J. B. Gas- SERVICE & AUTO SALES
were given ta( th' youngest: I
Phone FR 6.2661 Phone MA 9.3617 there with parts they were mother, Mrs. L:'ns.
unable to obtain even in Gainesville Shirley Smith Rileyor Membership is open to residentscf 528 Walnut St.
Gainesville Fla. Ocala, Fla. Seffner who Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.3861
There will be an ordination or Jacksonville. His repair was 17 years old voting District 1, which includes -
Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. service at Boatdrain Baptist and machine shop is so well or- and to the oldest mother Mrs. Heilbronn. at a fee of $1

For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent Church next Sunday May 17, at tanized that he can find anything Green of Baldwin, who was 77 1 er year for adults and 50 cents I

FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO. 2:30: p. m. Thomas O'Brian will ; there in a matter of min Sears old. After the big dinner for those 20 years old or under.
be ordained as a deacon and en the grounds, which everyone Activities will be planned for CBS-TV MONDAY CHANNEL 4
Phone WO 4-3965
224 N. Temple Ave. utes.Mr. enjoyed
iveryone interested is Invited to Watterson still has the very much the King- all age jroups and will include
man's Quartet
generator with which he supplied of Jacksonville Saturday teen age parties, base-

I days.Hampton He also electricity installed in the and early op-I sang.J. C. Nolan and son, Joe of ball, recreation for the 6 to..12. 8:00-9:00: : PI-MAY 18

; ..
.MOREFUN. crated a telephone system which

served Keystone Heights and REFRESHING TV FUN

Graham as well as Hampton, and

AT LESS COST had long distance connections.The .

electric power plant was sold AMERICA PAUSES

TRY IT AND SEE FOR YOURSELF attend.' /

Boatdrain members are also invited e f IN

to a mass meeting at Law-

tey Baptist Church May 21. We I F1-Y2\
.. THE BYSTUDBBAKBR hope all members will go so that THE MERRY MONTH OF MAY

we may win the attendance ban-

I 1 / o ,y"-
ner.We
wish to extend our deepest 0tiltt f

Carefree-perfect description of The Lark! Fun to drive-shorter family sympathy in their to the bereavement.Dewey Elder May If\'j',({' ", ,". ,1... :2.1!

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; outside, let seats six; parks, turns, handles easier; stunningly styled' God bless and comfort them. s a 1 ''j l :

I Priced right: starts several hundred dollars under the socalledJow.pricro* Iris Gainey was Sunday guestof lb Otlct lh nI li ;.
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Linda Brookins of Hampton. \
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FEA'UJlES l lit
field. Lowest insurance and maintenance bills. Economy proved in the Calvin Ream spent Sunday as loo r-----. .J. -- ......... u.-.,

Wobilgas Run: The Lark V-8, with automatic shift, outscored all V-8'\ the guest of James O'Brian. t "You wouldn't have all this trouble if you would see J. li:1i iIj' .. .<..hr
W. A. Smith is in a Lake Wales t t {" i
Starke Builders Supplies, Inc, about your Fence Prob- .
Lark
The 6" did better. See The :
with 22.28 miles per gallon average even hospital where J. T. Smith recently i }
lems. .
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r fun-drive it, todayl I Mrs. visited Priest was him. Sunday guest r Art Carney I: ., ,

of her son-in-law and daughter, I .: from New York ,,. "l f
2-doar 8fI4IS& 4- /'> ,-. "'. i
Av&tab a ss -'"'-. ".. .
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and
Mr. and Mrs. Zenus Griffis "
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Gene Griffis attended the family Z '
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reunion at the home of Mrs. Liz- / z;: Y'J.N.: : 'L'!1.,,
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i ,,. rie Lee, Sunday "'"' .4. ; "- '
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and Marian Anderson Carol Haney

,:, """' daughter Martha and Mr.. and Add Rooms from Yosemite Park t t from Mystic.Conn.
Carport -- { ,
Mrs. Sweat and daughter Leasa

r June visited In Orlando and Win- 1
i ter Gardens Sunday. Bath Room

Boatdraln Baptist Church .? i
Sunday School. 10 a. m.: Morn '(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- and best ;
your
ing Worship 11 a. m.: Training TURES) Burgess Meredith '

3 S. Union 7 p. m.; Evening Worship, Time To' Re-roof "P1&4-.
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S e p. m.. and Prayer meeting every .

Wednesday at 7:15 p. m.
Pastor Rev. Orville Brookins. Th4 4 Aces tfcra Winchester.VaT Russell Arms from Itt. Rilnltt Waife
Mollie Bee from -

i!iII i ii Discover what you'll.save at YOUR STUDEBAKER DE. LER'S TODAYI Everyone welcome. Connie Russel"from MobUeyAli Newrjjrleans. la J

Connie Towers from Cum}. Calif.

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Jefferson and Court Streets Starke, Fla. CtGGGH tOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR WHO BOTTUS COCA-COLA iI I

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; 'roPR _ .BRADFORD.COCNtY TELE Ca1tAPiT. SIABKE,FLOJUM : : .TUTOaiT.. ,
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i Hungarians Find I Recent Birth: | grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M.
RaceFundSplit I W. Cressler of Starke.
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. Freedom Here Lt. and Mrs. William K. Booth i YOU'LL LO> t U.e new Ester
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.l ; t f Webb Air Force Base. Texas" brook purse-sire fcuntam pens la

Sandra Report MadeContinued [Continued front Page 11 !announce the birth of a son Wil- pastel shades. Only $3.09 at BrtdO -

J I ham David:! on Apr. 30. Maternal rnr" nntr TrlegrnprCBSTV
.through the ice and had to lie
Johns ( from Page 11 hidden while the patrol passedby.

Gladys Mooty : eJ I the complete administration of Mr. Lehoczky does not like MONDAY CHANNEL 4

..... -. .. the County's welfare program, in- !to think about it because "it was 1
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cluding the issuance of grocery :too bad. His only regret is that I

'Ethel Biggs Circle i I I Little Women r Crowned'4: orders and the purchase of medicine -:his wife. a native of New Jersey < 8:00-9:00: : PI.-MAY 18

7tik : and drugs. I and their two younger childrenare
Uses Hawaiian ; Install Officers
'Kappa I 4. That no County equipment be still in Hur ;ary. I i

':Program Theme I Tuesday NightNew tented for pri.atepurposes, I Mr. Lehoczky. who was spon- REFRESHING TV 'FUNAMERICA

(I I whether business or individual. ored in this country by a doctor'
"Praise from the Isles" with, officers cf the little Wom- Sigma y i i i 5. That an adequate system ot I from Cleveland. Ohio, first went.

speakers! in costumes against a en's Club were installed Tuesday j I checks and balances be used in tc that city. Later in Pennsylvania PAUSES

' Hawaiian background, was theprogram night with Mrs. C. J. Houpi. act- Sweet- .. the procedure ,for repair, ,upkeep,I he met the four friends who
and maintenance of all
J equipment'owned ,
presented at a meeting ere noIMng with him and expect -
officer. They
: as installing '1
AC:: the Ethel Biggs Circle in the mg r w and under the jurisdiction the farm. ;
to help run
i Kathleen Conway, pre.sii i' j IN
church Tuesday night. i were: 4 'of the county. This would apply I !
i I cent: Anne Matthews vice president -heart equally to equipment owned and Steve Tassey was a gardener. !
* Taking part were Mrs. S. L. : : Linda Kay Sale corresi under the jurisdiction of the Hoard and he will supply the farming- MAY
Ptek who the devotional, MONTH OF
iMrs. Norman Jr. Allen gave who spoke en i pending: secretary; Sara Osborne of Public Instruction! as well as I I I-now-how. Marie his wife, is an j THE MERRY !
' recording secretary; and Brenda the County Commission.The excellent cook, so say the three i
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The L.
Aloha Spirit, Mrs. A.
the :I1 cwis, treasurer. committee commended the men and wants to find a job! 1"-- --
Jr. whose
CrosbY topic was '
missionary challenge of the islands !j Miss Della Rosenberg the club I r Hospital Board and the Hospital': cooking in a restaurant. motel or ;s

Hawaii !j :sponsor, presented all of the re- Administrator for the excellent i home here in the county so as to j i
;; Mrs. Jeff Hopkins on Elizabeth g "-
' tiring officers with a gift. The financial help out with finances. j a
the 50th State and Mrs.V. i condition of that institu
' of .4 z tion."The Victoria will of course go to ,
members then presented gifts 'Jy fact that a facility II
>\ B. Mundy who spoke on dedicated -
Miss I that feared would;I rchool. j
island leaders. ; appreciation to ; Rosenberg I many people
'
: and Mrs. F. S. Smun and Mrs.E. !become a financial drain on the, Zollie 22. was a coal miner'
Mrs. C. A. Knight circle chairman I I
L. Matthews in appreciation county is being operated in a man-i both in Hungary and after he' T'f
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Baptist, reported Children's on her visit Home to the at ol the time they have spent with 3Iiv.* Sandra John., daughter of )(r. and Mrs. Carl Johns of ner to make it so nearly self-SUP-! came to Pennsylvania. He was the iA t' S :..'

the club this year. porting is, in our opinion, deserving I first of the group to escape and
*L.keland. Starke, was recently crowned Sweetheart of Kappa !
i Sigma of special commendation," the although he has had no farming
Miss in of
Conway w.s charge
During the social hour, the fraternity Delta Delta chapter at the t'nhersity of Florida. She report said. he, like the others. is : .3
experience D f
i the program and introduced Mrs.
Art Carney
'circle members presented Miss 'R E. Mundorff of Colonial Flor- is a junior at the t'nhersity and is majoring in elementary edu The committee expressed belief full of enthusiasm for the new from New York -. ,
Saundra Jones with for the t.
'kitchen. gifts i i i.-ts, who gave a demonstration cation. Slip it a member of Zeta Tau Alpha ...,rorit .. that "due to the competent man endeavour. : : ;
ner in which these funds will be
The hostesses. Mrs. E. F. Miles ; en flower airangements. I administered" the various boards I Of the two Lehoczky children'

'and Mrs. E. J. Dowlmg, served During the business session, Miss Jones HonoredBy Wesleyan Guild I would be able to proceed with t' ho escaped with their father.
Kathalen is in Pennsylvania :
"refreshments. each: standing committee gave a 19, working
import of its activities for the WMU CircleMiss Installs OfficersThe ,their planned projects, "particular- and Alexander is a stud-'
l the
ly high school science department -
tnt at the University of Tennessee -!
Carol
car. The trip to Daytona Beach Haney
vas discussed, and a tentative : Saundra Jones, bride elect, Wesleyan Service Guilds.I I addition.and" the proposed hospital majoring in science. He had I,i from Marian Yosemite Anderson Park j from Mystic,Conn.. I.

II date of June 8-9 was set, only if was honored at a surprise kitchen Units one and two. held an installation j 1 The report stated: "1n making I leen a premedical student in a

there will be enough mothers shower Tuesday evening at the of officers and pledge, this Hungary and is now studying j <
recommendation have
arrived -
lecreation hail of the First Baptist service in the Methodist Church [! under a full scholarship. Mr.I
available to chaperone the girls.
at what consider fair
we a
I After the business meeting re- Church, given :by the Ethel Tuesday evening Installing Off!l- compromise in view of the present I. Lehoczky said studies in Hungary)t '7 \

Tieshments were servd by the Biggs Circle following their reg- I cers were Miss Gertrude Arring-I, circumstances and financial.' are much more difficult than
ular meeting. I ton District Secretary, and Mrs. here. i and your host
Ureshments were served by the !j condition of the three boards. We Meredith
Carolyn Vickers Sally Sink, Gin- Mixed summer flowers were 'johnnye Entz of Gainesville. I j feel that such compromise, in Already 6 acres of pepper have Burgess

ger Thornton and Mary K. Wain- use to decorate the hall and a I Preceding the installation at 8 I which none of the three could be.been set out.and 60 head of sheep 'J(4.q, J.,

",ight. beautiful arrangement of pink I clock, both Guilds held busi- given all it asked I were purchased with the farmso
for. or all it
and white gardenias centered the ''I nt&s meetings.: Guild 2 presented'.i' needed, was the only pos-I[ the: operatation is under way.1 I The 4 Aces from Winchester,Va."-- Russell Arms,.from Mt/Ralnier, Was?,

(Thomas Family bride's table. baby memberships to Monico Jo''tactually, sible solution. We have made a These people risked their lives I Mollie Bee from Mobile, Ala.
Rowe and Elizabeth and Wayne ; to gain freedom in this country. Connie Russell from New Orleans, La.
;
The honoree received many careful and conscientious study of i iI \ I
Holds Reunion I lovely and useful gifts from the; Haines. Mrs. J. L. Gruis received i ill j ji I the situation as it exists today They said "Hungary is beautiful Connie Towers.from.Carmel..Caif.! >
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15 members and two guests pre- i perfect attendance pin. I'I'i and have-sincerely tried to make. but here we have freedom. With :: J
Be Protected Descendants of the William and j During the social hour in Fellowship -IK I recommendation that will not:I the boundless energy and enthusiasm '

Louisa Thomas family and their sent.Hostesses for the meeting were Hall, Mrs. Nelson Green (I I.r cripple any one ot the our three.; the men have for their PRESENTED BY THE COCA-COLA COMPANY IN BEHALF OF .

against; the fury of the sudden friends will Bold .a reunion at Mrs. E. F. Miles and Mrs. E. J. Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs. Rebecca' most important boards." I new project and with Marie's YOUR RltNDLYittMtim( WHO BOTTlES COCA-COLA

riot; agaihst the vandal in the Beulah Baptist Church on Sunday Dowling, Sr. I;( Simpson Mrs. L. H. Futch and In a letter to John A. Torode,I good Hungarian cooking we are

night, against the destruction of May 17.After. Mrs. Henry Godwin reported on chafrman of the commIttee .Senator Hire they will be sucessful.

the morning worship, a Beta Phi Guild Weekend in Leesburg. Johns stated yesterday that. I _
your plate glass. We can insure basket dinner will be served on the Sigma the recommendation met with his

you against )loss from all church grounds. During the after- Holds Pledge RitualThe DCT Club Banquet approval and, if Rep. Conner agreed -[

of''these. i .on a social period of visiting, ''Held In Cafetorium he would enter a "bill in the.

singing, and a general get-to- Beta Sigma Phi sorority I Senate this week making the racetrack ROBBINS'

ether will be enjoyed. held its pledge ritual Monday evening j Terry Futch, president of the i fund division as recommend'
Charley E. Johns at the home of Mrs. J. D. I! Diversified Cooperative Training ed. '1

Brownie Notice Warren. : Club of Bradford High Scho.o1.1!1] In addition to Chairman Torode, 2-'
SPECIALS
Following the ritual the sorority I served as master of ceremonies'! members of the committee were

.;AgencyDial R The Brownie Scouts will meet enjoyed a dinner at 301 Restaurant. at the annual banquet of the organization Foster Shi Smith. S. G. Denmark, J m1"FOR
at the home of Mrs. J. 1) War- Receiving the ritual were I' held Thursday nightof h;. L. Matthews, and Mrs. Leila I
1 afternoon at 3:30: M. Mrs. Ralph,
ren Friday Mrs. W. Smith last week in the high school Mundy. :
W 0 4-0121 o'clock to go to Gold Head Branch UryanJr... Mrs. Glen Conner, and << Starke Fla. for a weiner roast. Mrs. John Strickland.
[ I Principal speaker of the eve-
Two Bills \
n.'ng was County Judge T. A. City t..
Yawn who praised the training ,

received by students in the DCT!

program and said it should help)I Have PassedContinued 11 /
the people straighten ) Ladies'
I young put' $

GRADUATES of I some of the "mess" that the old- [ from Page 11] 1
; er folks had gotten the world into. -
the municipal court to be further i 'BERIYIUDA SHORTS

r M. A. Payne one of the direct-,dealt with according to law; provided '
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
tors of the DCT program at BHS however, that such search
explained how it assists young warrant may be executed only

people by providing part time within the territorial limits of the

jobs and vocational training without City of Starke; provided, further, Size, 10-18 \ VALUE TO I.URGirl's

YOUR NAME WIN i I interfering with their school I tnat no search warrant: issued under -

MAY FOR YOU i work. I the provisions of this act shall

Employers of the students enrolled be executed: in any dwelling house "

: in the program were.special used and occupied as such between 7"
I L rMEN'S
A MAGNIFICENT NEW guests at the banquet. sunset and sunrise." :
The neaet providing lor a BERMUDA SHORTS

UDC Members Plan permanent registration system lor
the City provides that the regis
f
2 Y o Picnic MeetingPlans
tration books shall be opened in
Size 3 the city hall immediately upon a-
for a picnic at Kingsley j
doption of the ordinance and shall
Luke as the final meeting of the '
fce closed at 4 p.m. on the sixteenth -
vear were made.A -
BULOVA day preceding the next general
nominating committee com-
or special election held in the
rcsed of Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn Sr.
one
City. They will be reopened 29
F Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr., and :Mrs. the seventh day following any gen-| KNIT SHIRTS
L. G. Powell was appointed at al j a1a.m.
eral election from
or special
i WATCH meeting of W. T. Weeks Chapter. .11 /
to 12 noon, and from 2 p.m.
U. D. C.. Wednesday afternoon,
to 4 p.m. on all week days
May 6, at the home of Mrs. "the except Size S M L VALUE ]I.U8!
holidays throughout
year
< 1 Haynes. and shall be closed at 4 p.m. on .
C f'-5 Plans were also made for a pic- '
:1 t!the sixteenth day preceeding any
aC\ life at Kingsley Lake as the final I'general or special election held in
r meeting of the year. It will be'the city. I

W r I: eld at the home of Mrs. F. B.!' Any person who is 21 years of $Srt1'
i
BOYS' KNIT SHIRTS
Beard on Thursday. 'June 4, at i age' a citizen of the United States I, )4
!2
noon. I i a permanent resident of Honda

h.:. Mrs. E. :K. Perryman, chapter'\ for one year, and a resident oti

: h? torian, presented a program ; Starke for six months is eligible' S :M L VALUE l.GO
on "Confederate Calvary Leaders. to
j i register.
rfter which the hostess served an I

ice course during the social hour. II I c-r\ .


Seniors Here's the easiest way in the world to get ;e -1 } :; Social Club MeetsThe EgK'1 1Fro. i HOYS' 2.9S VALUEBERMUDA '

I Bulova for yourself! Just sign your name oa ,T ?
Starke Social Club; met 99
our Bulova Contest Clock Dial If either ',.-.-.*.-.-.-..-.-..vwl STARKE FLA.
Tuesday.
May 5. in the Presbyterian -
hand stops on your name the watch is yours I L Church Hall and the meet- .14.A! SHORTS

So hurry ia and sign up right away I ing \\'as'ell attended.Mrs. ... Sat.May 15, 16

,...'.'........'..'.'.........,' .'p' VICATIONU W. L. Blair and Miss Amy The Roots of Heaven
::* ::;::: ::{::;=' ::: 17 jewels, water- Coburn were hostesses when the I With Krrol; Flyna Sz. 8 18 PLAIDS & SOLIDS

resist.L.: :: :: i Starke Social Club met Tuesday
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BUCCANEER
: May 5, in the
." ; ,.;;;:;: .. ; spring,radium hands Presbyterian
and dial 131.7$ Church Hall with the president Vul Bryniur, Charitott Heston
I. Ladies'BEDROOM
: J. Watson conducting a brief .Plan Color CartoonSUN Ladies' ,
business sessicn. After enjoyinga I I

SLnn variety of games the guests %, MON., TUES. BLOUSES.

m : were served refreshments.The 'May 17 18, 19 SLIPPERS

: S next meeting will be held SUMMER LOVEJohn

.Lw.j in the Presbyterian Church Han
;:'. SOUTOI ..;..r...<:::::111551MElICA .. :...... on Tuesday May 19, at 7:30 mlAH Saxon Judith Meredith and
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17 imrelS. lifetime :; : litetim :....,... ,.., .. 'John Wilder $1
.ems 4 \a3 interested people welcometo .
nbriiUblt .aln. nnbteakaMi mainspriu.witb are tit.
ri' .shock resistant ., .. '
sD & matching attend. TheLaw 97C \
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;.n writ matchiajtipansioa .' expaisian brace- : :: arer

bind.$35J5 $3L7$ High School PTA and ,Jake Wade -, Size 3238BOBBINS'

S:::'::::':;: 1'':: Will Meet Tuesday tins Cartoon '.
TI ?S U[;;?1LGOwY+.quiMaYYLVi:U1.iiulU"M'StL1Nti'.L : iI
wttvpred*coy as case cmsUl w4 POM.. We ., Thurs. May 20, 21 ;
Dr B. R. oi
Tilley 'president
St. Johns River Junior Collegeat ,Guns, Girls and

GEM JEWELRY"STARKE'S [ Palatka will be the guestspeaIer GangstersWith

of BHS-PTA meeting to Mamie Van DorenThe
be held in the school library,
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LEADING JEWELER Tuesday, May 19, at 8 p. m. "* Fearmakers f
Officers for the coming year Starring1 Dana1'Andrews 'The:Store of Values"iin

109'E. Call St. 1'h. "'0 1 >:2ll wffl be Tmtallcd ring the -busf- Pin* Cartoon .. ,
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STARKE, FLORIDA .' I
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.> CARD OF THANKSWe
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would like to express our ,
appreciation to everyone JOT the .
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:many: thoughtful acts expres- JI .
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tions of sympathy, flowers and $ .
4 other kindnesses shown us duringour ..
IN THE N ; : 1p1 breavemert. 4

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t We are especially grateful to

_.'_ . ... }I ,I DeWitt C. Jones. mole) bath guaraatn ,
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; Mrs. Oscar Davis and family.
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Mrs. Mae Hawkins and son' Mr.

Paul .of Waldo were Sunday I turned l9Rlr., Miss Jackie Hobbs, a senior at
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus OII visit in r} a rris 171 1- FSU, was initiated into Kappa .I
I S'Jn.Mrs. lin, Ga. Delta Phi National Honorary J. L. WATERS :
C. W. ,Frazier and Mrs. Mrs.
Teaching Society Wednesday eve- General; Merchandise
,, B. F. Mann of St. Pet rd "1 g will Godwin
be guests next week oi Mr. and ? ning. Lawtey, Fla. 1

Mrs. J. R. Hixon. the .
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I Men's Cha Cha chorus provided high spot of the high jetiks

f7i in Junior Woman's Club variety show "Red Silk Stockings," II

presented last Friday and Saturday nights. From left: Jim-

my Rowe, Ray Galdnire' Ned Yancey and Carl Lamar Johns. I, ..

... i 1W' i SAT. MAY 16 Tues., Wed. May 19, 20
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t "A girl's;; face may be her fortune," OF lOVf ;
stays Hannah,"but. it's her legs ...A :
that draw the interest!" STORTOf .
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Experttv For 3} } 1aF

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LVariety. ,. erA + 1 ;
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ShowProvides At left: E.; W. Hayes and Bob Firth assist Magician Man I- Plus "Magoo's Home Coming"Cartoon.

in locking beautiful young girl in trunk. Right: Margaret\ Ann .
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Fun Dinkins and Harold Tyus do vocal honors for "Night in flag "
Patch" Skit. .
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And Also Profit I Thurs, Fri. May 21, 22n'c'

SALES tided some astonishing feats of Andrews; and choreographer. Pat-.I Plus "One Cabs Family" Car- ,
Running the gamut of enter- magic. ty Harrow. J I toon.
WO Gene Norman and his Rcckin The outstanding work of the .
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FOR
{ tainment from burlesque to bop HIRE .
Rockets almost rolled 'em in the
costume committee was headed t! Sun.. Mon. May 17 18 .
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the Woman's
4-3551 Junior Clubnrariety !Isles as a climax of the Friday He'U leave I ,
how, "Red Silk Stockings," was I night performance, but the Sat- by Carolyn Marco as chairman, you fimp wfih1excitemenU
SERVICE presented last Friday and Saturday urday night audience was disappointed end Sara Torode, co-chairman. Heaven 01; t
I'I nights in the Starke elementary as the young musi- Chairman of scenery was Gerri
Ati e if'be f ,
school cafetorium. cians were unable to appear as Johns with co-chairman, Ernes- s mwVNCEJP
Colorful ccstumes and smart; scheduled. tine Register. r
. aa 1f
dance numbers brightened the Chairman of this year's show Prcfits from the .show will go -

how> while Mars the Magician, :vas Betty Jane Morgan; cochairman '.into the club's swimming pool NiActf ?
imported from Jacksonville. pro-I{ Joan Chitty; director, Nina fund. ;
w i iJ

jhige SAVINGS Cash. Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sappof The family of Mrs. G. L. Chap- Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews ;
, Daytona Beach and Mr. and than enjoyed a family reunion on rnd son of New Smyrna Beach
i Mrs. Dan Priest of Live Oak spent Kingsley Lake at Camp Blandingon were visiting their parents, Mr. 't mmm&mm
the weekend with their parents, Sunday. Attending were Mr. and :Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mr. and .,
, Big Spring Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. and and Mrs. R. V. Chapman and Mrs. R. R. Andrews over the I Iwtekend. causa sr etxuvBu fxriffaAND
Mrs. Carl Sapp. Mrs. Frank Lee and children of r
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peeler, Icne Starke, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Witt .
Mizell and Mrs. H. H. Peeler of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Roy 1
FIBER GLASS I were Sunday guests of Mr. and Green of Maccn. Ga.. Mr. and i
Mrs. Ben Mizell. Mrs. William Denny of Columbus,
I 160 M .. 6c Sq. Ft. Brick Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and Ga.. and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. III GiveliM f -p -
Mrs. L. J. Richardson and children Hogan of Jacksonville and their
:Sheetrock 1.55 were in Fernandina on Sun- families.Mr. LifeP.r. @U }
cay visiting Mr. and Mrs. Billy and Mrs. Robert Barksdale 1 1Bradfod .
I Burbank, Jr. 9nd family. and family, Mrs. C. G. Barks- i
:# 8" x 6' 8" JAL. DOOR Mrs. M. H. Lang left Thursdayby dale, and Mrs. Lulu Mott spentMother's County Hospital } .0< .,..IIJlJIf
t plane for New York City for a Day with Mr. and Mrs.J. an- I '
r nounces the, following births.I i 'A IU c.cUEI pmr rK' "/
combined two weeks business and W. Home in .
Hampton.Mrs. <
$" \ Mr. and Mn J 'n ant itE w1D
-3 '' 0" x 6' JAI: DOOR pleasure? trip. D. G. Scott of Decatur Jessie W. Turner
of Lawtey a daughter, Laura' IiQtU.unfAr.: ..
Tiffin Mabry was confined the i Ga. is spending; this week with ,
Lynn May 9.
first of the week with the mumps. her daughter; Mrs. O. L. Haynes, i ...1.u !Ills '
t 3.8" JAL.
37" 38
x Mrs. J. R. Kite was visiting Mr. Jr. and family. I Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Methvin '"'-'''
ol Macclenny, a daughter. 10.I' ?
and Mrs.; Ralph Collins in Pel- Mrs. L. D. Halnes spent the first May
e ::37" x 50 5-8" JAL. ham Ga. over the weekend. of the week in Alt u 1:nte Springs.'I'Starke.Mr. and Mrs;: Frank Barker Cf'' t
a son. May 10. .
Misses Jackie Colley of FSU and Mrs. Joe Thomas of Crescent r..n.r.Kn.I'lus _
Barlara:: Colley of Gainesville City was a weekend guest of Mr.I I I Mr. And Mrs. James Vernon rtt.tt -;' i,
:37". x 38 3-8" AWN. were home for the weekend. pnd Mrs. S. G. Denmark. Mrs.I Slade Jr. of Hampton a son, [ t/G tlttntr tluttattl, !! Weasel While Work"
Miss Marilyn Cox is a patientin Denmark: entertained at three James Vernon Slade HI, May' 8. j
the J. Hillis Miller Medical tables of bridge for her guest on I Mr. rnd Mrs. Thomas Lefeversl, Plus He.n": Cartoon I Cartoon.
:37!' x 50 5.8" AWN. Center in Gainesville.Mrs. Saturday aften.bon. of Graham,twin boys May 11. II | ---

Jack Judd will leave Friday I __ .... -- 1 "' ;' .
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Raulerscn)I
r' I by plane to join her husband!, of ,
Jacksonville
were visiting Mr.
Tropical Windows S-Sgt. Judd, in Guam for two
:l.1dIrs.. J. R. Kelly over the

: To i years.Mr. and Airs J. P. Dill spent weekend FREE S.HOWMCH

: : the weekend in Statesboro, Ga.
with their son-in-law and daughter -GULF TIPSby
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix. --
; Mrs. Hendrix and son returned
with them for a week's visit. by feRNEST TANNER SATURDAY MORNING 10:30: AIL
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong ,
-( 640 N. Temple Ave. .
: pent the past two weeks visiting .
relatives in Palm Harbor, Orlando AT THEFLORIDA

\ and Lake Harbor.
: Mr. and Mrs C. W. Colson attended -
the funeral of Mrs. Bessie THEATRE
L Ray in Waldo last Wednesday STt.TIOUt
afternoon.Mr. ,
7h and Mrs. Charlie Cowen f.
and family were at Tarpon
i Springs on Sunday visiting Mr. "RADIO KING AND SENORITA"
:1jI NO and Mrs. C. E. Renfroe. .
Buddy Crawford entered Brad- tilA'Rest .
: ford County Hospital .on Sunday
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F.I1


t. .\ spent for Joe further the Andrews weekend treatments.of Memphis with 1m.moth.Er Tenn. ROOMS Ofat ; Pick Up Your FREE Tickets at the Following Merchants i


I ... Mrs. Nell Andrews. -1
"Did yog call a carpenter SOl E. Lee Nell Moorer and Gregory -_ Simmons' Koch Drugs.. Starke Hardware Co.
I Paula and Mark Champion are
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I +1 confined with the;measles. Ace Electric Service ':' City Barber Shop
1 Mr. and Mrs. J._B. Spencer of i it i
*
i' Orlando were visiting Mr. and Terwillegar Motors Barksdale's Dept. Store
: JC5 Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.. over the OUr rtSti-oonis'are always spic

\ SUPPLIES weekend Mr. and, Mrs. W. H. Steinmeyer; and_spaiu We'll appreciate your ''Shepherd Radio & TV Local Finance Co. of StarkeRobbins'

QUALITY a stRvltt Mr and Mrs. F. V. Herlong and telling-us vrfaen.yea find them
l. 301 L Cof! Slraet Mr. and Mrs M. N. Herlong of Ctherttfte.,, TeQ year master Dept. Store Gem Jewelry
1 Jacksonville, Sunday .,.
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Berries Dwindle CC Directors Rites' Friday Children's ,Group. Oil Dealers ClaimCity's that Councilman much of Paul the work Dinkins is hand said end all law-breakers councilmen agreed to the to mar-report

Name CommitteesFor Asks No Cut tabor cleaning of pipes etc., and shall. Mayor Sruford and the

As Buyers Turn Two JobsTwo For M. D. ElderMarvin In Summer ProgramA that labor will accomplish moreif marshal! said that on many occasions -

Gas Data'Misleading' supervised.City people report offenses but

To Other CropsBradford important committees were Dewey Elder 42. of resolution ,to the State Leg Marshal "Tex Wilson was lefuse to testify at trial. and sonr

named at the rogular meeting of Starke, died Friday afternoon s sii tram* islature' asking that summer program asked to stop automobiles from action can be taken.

County's strawberry Chamber of Commerce directors In while on a plane enroute to the not be cut was indorsedb diving around the strawberry Councilman Massey reportedthat

season was dwindling away this the Garden Restaurant at noon Oschner Clinic in New Orleans, Soil ,Conservation the Bradford County Chil- Hharf and from use of an unauthorized a juke box will be purchasedfor

ueejt with an epitaph "Better Monday.S. La. He had boarded a plane at N-E-W-S, dren's Committee at its meeting road between the old $65 for the recreation plat

Than We Epected." written by L. Peek Jr., Jimmy Moore, the Municipal Airport in Jacksonville Monday noon in -the Methodist (Continued from Page 11 hotel and the Gulf station. Signs form and that cost of flooring

local E. L. Matthews and Mrs. J. M. last Fnday afternoon ac- By BiU Bias Recreation Hall. 815.743 annually. prohibiting traffic will be erected \\ill be investigated.
growers. member of the Soil Conservation Service
to investigate by a
Smith were appointed companied
After the heavy rams or March I Starke Recreation Director Scott replied that Johns estimates -
family, and died as the plane approached
ruined a crop estimated at $100.- to see what step could be I The Board of Supervisors for Bob Be ner told the group of progress were based on the cost of

000, most 'toerry growers would I taken other to curb unauthorized or restrict solicitorsin peddlersand that he had Tallahassee.been in a local Prior hos to the Bradford Soil Conservation and plans for city recrea- operating a single utility. whereas Sell It Rent It Trade It

have sold out cheap. However a tion with sites chosen in various the city would be adding an-
District held its
regular monthly
return to fair weather in April the city. pital.Mr. sections of th V -city for future other utility to those it was al-!
City Clerk Carl Johns said the Elder was born in Evergreen meeting at Lloyd Green's home.
,brought a' quick comeback and V parks and playgrcunds. leady operating and consequentlyits WITH! A TELEGRAPH
City has a good ordinance regulating Ala. on Feb. 8, 1917, theson. I Those present were Sam'McG -: CLASSIFIED
growers received good prices V Officers elected for the com operating cost would be much
solicitors and of the late and : Lloyd Green and Zedra Ham-
through most of the season. peddlers and John D. Elder, vey V less than a separate operation.He '
that the police try to enforce it Mrs. Bessie Barbow Elder, who i i'.ton, Supervisors: G. T, Huggins, ing year were: president, Mrs. S. :o WORDS OR LESS. O.. l.ufll.. (Mlal.*H Charge) ..TVKACH

Through May 9, growers had to the 'besr of their ability. He resides in Starke. He had been secretary: Bill Haas, and Leon J: McGarvey: vice-president S. stated that the saving effectedby ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :2* ____ __.._ 4* .n W4M

fold 11,071 crates of berries for said that the cooperation of the service manager for the Slade Gas Carter Soil Conservation Service. E.: Sparks: secretary, R. E. Ed- the use of natural gas at the % DISCOtrXT: ON REPEAT I8ERTOB SAHE AiK )

an .estimated return of J74.358.y5.! public is needed for more efficient Company for several years.A It was announced that the Dis- n ndson. power plant alone would be sufficient ? ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS HOT PAID Pt A DVAIf! CIS.
to amortize the loan the
J. R.
Market
Starke manager enforcement."If veteran of World War II, Mr. Uict was 100 per cent in the Na-. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __ '1.:1.... Ueh First lastrtfca
city was making to finance the
said beans and Sailors
' .* Wainwright people would call us when Elder was a member of the First tional Association of Soil Con Caught IMO PER nTH FOR SAME AD REPEATEn QXB OR BORE TIMKS
d'f-tribution system.Councilmen .
I squash started arriving in light one of these unauthorized peddlers Baptist Church of Starke and servation Districts. A soil Conservation Tire
volume at the market Tu I day Stealing ; Randal Chitty and CARDS OF THANK ( > T. M W.r.s) ._ ____ ....
or solicitors' calls on them, we American Legion Post 56. He District is organized by ___ ___ _____
the rest J T. C. Hazen Jr., though not appearing OVER M WORDS n 4 (..., frf Wert
Jtnd would continue light Are SentencedCaught
could soon stop the practice," the had resided in Starke since 1949.! the citizens. of a county under I

of this week. Corn and pepperare clerk said. Surviving besides his mother, the provisions of State Law. Each on the panel spoke briefly "EWORf"! AND REOLITTIOP -. VV __. c r.... ... W....
in the act and pointed out that the na-
not expected until June.L. by city polIce
H. A. Bishop<<: Jr., Inman Green, are his wife, Sadie Stroud Elder; District is created by vote of the tiiral must stand WE HAVE a new loan program for NOW Tlie nltimal In
R. Morris of Columbia S. C. early Saturday morning ot gas system prentlg tl '
Hazen two daughters. and local It I farmers. Loans ol 1 to i year ENGRAVED baaiacM
and T. C. Jr. were appomt- Angela Joyce people. is managed by flarch. Ill.SS
started buying at the market this stealing a tire off a truck two done and that receipts of the for the entire credit require (prk-e include plate
Never
Carla Robin Elder! three sons, before
ed committee to work out ; non-salaried local
officials and
on a
ments of tbe farmer and bis fam
of Green Cove Base sailors were electric power plant would not engraving at this tow price.
Willingham
A.
week and F.
Marvin DeWayne. George Eugene, I ily. Gainesville Production CredIt
details concerned in proposed industrial ; it prepares and keeps current. its Bradford County Telegraph tfCITRCK.
sentenced by County Judge Theron be used to help off the
pay gas
Pompano will start running cucumbers sites for Starke.It and Dwight Clark Elder, all ot cwn local Association 420 liorth Mala.
program.To A. Yawn. Monday morning to a loan. Gainesville. Fla. tfcb .
He will bearing t1z ,
there Monday. Starke; five ;brothers, Emmett O. !s -ontalner'
was reported that W4 per. help the local people and fine of $150 or 90_ days in jail. Il < line of
aso buy a general pro- Elder, and Marlon Elder both olFlarke RADIOS REPAIRED Pear. Hood and pJiln.
duce. Other buyers are fexpected sons have signed up for member- ; .John D. Elder, stationed their officials. Federal State and Gary Thomas Siddon was Apprehended Bill Proposes AU tfakr All .... Gra vID'I. I'en'mmcaat.<-. Eter Fig.
ship in the proposed new country local organizations of many kinds, while he was attempting ........1. C..qu para.tHl green. Shade Tr.*.. Camellias over
later. club and golf course corporation.It with the Army in Texas; Eugene assist, but do not control these Naming HighwayFor SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV 499 varieties Asa!.**, fine plants,
Wainwright said prospects are to remove a tire from the truck !.... (;ree.. OwarrJIZ full of bud and
r-nd Howard Elder both of Mobile, bloom See our
was decided to hold member- Districts.!:: IX Call M. Phone WO & 90l
I plant
Goodman. Gary Heif- Senator Johns for
for quality of Seeber quality Woe are located
toed price-wise good until Ala.; and two sisters Mrs. Hazel Stark,. Fla. '
ship open July 1, wnen the I' mile east 'f Keystone
The State for him in Heights
Soil Conservation who was waiting
Andalusia Ala. and Airs. ncr
produce. Chism. Hiway 104. Thousands
ft
list will be closed. I"n plants.
Negotiations Alma Bracewell Mobile Ala. Board has designated July 14, their car was also picked up and Twenty senators recently co- GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding ID O. C. Carnes Nursery, Phone MU
are-still under way for a site and .1359 as the date for electing Su- both were turned over to the 'Sheriffs introduced a hill that would name Titatinm with double envelopes 10 j 4- ;>S. Florahotne FU tfNO
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No Screwworm it is hoped that an announcementmay Funeral services were held at 3 for ji.3a. Bradford Cour'v Tele-
two interstate highways routes in
With. lar
r.ervisors whose terms will expirein DepL: charged petit graph. tf MONEY
DO-VN
Cases Are ReportedIn .be made soon, Clyde Terwil- p.m. Sunday in the First Baptist July 1959 and to fill other ceny. Officers making the arrest Florida for former Acting Gover- Washing Machines now- at Zenith DA.
legar, chairman reported. Church with Rev. Lewis D. Haines Just Received large ehipment of It 11 En'S. I
E. Johns and his Road
and Overstreet. nor Charley tfcblf
Tomlinson
Past Two Months and Rev. H. H. Jlott officiating. vacancies. The. terms of two were used angle iron channel iron, "I**
Bradford Soil V:Conservation Dis- At the trial Monday the sailors Board chairman, Cecil Webb: beams. Suitable for all purposes. FOR SALE--Girls 20 in. bicycle
Burial in the in
was family plot trict Supervisors expire this said they needed a spare tire, saw The bill sponsored by the Sen- Also new stock of doors windows two new tire*. |in 7I7 West
Florida and the entire South- Phone Booth Kingsley Lake Cemetery under July.It screens and wreen doors, used soil Cpr.VlIs st Phon. Wr 4-4SSJ
ate bloc and Senators
is the duty of each elector in thai one and attempted to take majority pipe, and water pipe all sizes. Steel -
C. Jones
c-ast have been free of positive the direction ot DeWitt
any Wayne Ripley of Jacksonville and offire safe show case double porcelain See STROUT
Bradford County to vote so that it. REALTY for Farm..
screwworm cases for more Thief Caught Funeral Home.Pallbearers cabinet sink. Homes. Businesses
Joe Eaton of Miami, cites the acreage large
the voice of the people in Bradford Drop in look around W. T. Jack- and small.
than two months according to the were Russell Nor- first Florida contract lettings for Fon rear of Big Dad factory. Starke

last report by the Florida Livestock After Break Here man, P. H. Lott Jr., Robert White- County can be heard. Rites WednesdayFor interstate routes under Johns' phone...WO 4-4001. Ask for Mr. STROIT REALTVJOH.MC
.hmp
; Board and the U. S. Department head, E. D.: Norman, J. T. Farrish Wilton Conner used the District's Mrs. Peebles 953-55 administration.Webb tfrheCOLO :

of Agriculture. The last i I and Robert Shannon. grain drill to plant Millet. went to Washington in Ml I. FLORIST Hl9EV. REP.
: A Jacksonville one of four nnd Pensacola Only }'. T. D. Florist in O. Box .
confirmed reported last man Bahia. Starke. 307. SUrke. .... :S _L 9.V. .
( case was I Mrs. Bell Benton Peebles, 76, 1956 to confer with President Howers! wired any place. Flowers S.
booth thieves V Ml
Feb. 19.The SISpeCted telephone Combined Forces Cornelius Moore also used the died Monday at her home inStarke..Born Eisenhower on setting up the nationwide for all occasions locally. Phone Ctrhg

eradication program only who escaped police officers here Cr111 to plant soybeans, and plansto in Georgia, she had highway network. WO. 4-ii! !ill/; ; Ka..t Nona S*. Urhg

one of its kind in the world, got Monday, was arrested early Fight Forest Fire make hay and Improve his resided here for the past 17 The bill provides that Interstate Rosemary Eddy. Bookkeeping Serv-

into full-scale operation July 10, Tuesday at his home. Near Crosby LakeFire land by adding a cover crop. years. Route 10 from Jacksonville to Cs.ll itt. Tax Specialist.' "I come to you." Pyrofax Range

1958..with the opening of the 5ebiing The Alachua County sheriff'soffice John Tye used the District's Funeral services were held at Pensacola be designated as the Highland; Green Ave.Core Green 6752 Cote or write Springs.S<>. SALEALL

< rearing. and .sterlizing lab- reported that Harley J. Jor- which burned 18 acres of fertilizer distributor to fertilizehis 10 a. m. Wednesday in the Madison Charley E. Johns Highway while Fla 4'1' 5113:

oratory. dan, 33, is being held without muck land and timber on the pasture land.J. Street Baptist Church with Interstate Route .4 from St. Pet- rOR REXT-Two bed room house: RANGES MUST GO!

bond on charges of burglarizinga east side of Crosby Lake last C. Bass used the District's Rev. J. H. Mabry, pastor, officiating. ersburg to Daytona Beach wouldbe r-n State Prison road in Heilbronn PRICE
phone booth at Fairbanks, and named the Cecil M. Webb High Spring section. &-e J. W. Gaskins CUT
Futch Reappointed the Forest Service chopper to Burial followed in Crosby
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Saturday kept aerate his Pensacola Kmtp 2. n .x 93. Starke. Fla. tf
for investigaticn of possible similar 3 CYL. GAS FREE!
on the alert for four days. Bahia pasture which has become Lake Cemetery with DeWitt C. way.The
Asat.. State AttorneyMack offenses throughout the area.S. of bill states: "It Is the desireof WANTED,,' women to sell Old Ranges Make Down
Jones in charge arrangements.
"This kind of fire is hard to sod-burned. II will pay to aerate famous TUPPERWAKE. Paymeat
E. Elwood operator ofSteve's the Legislature to provide some Earn J3i.:;
Forest Survivors include her husband, to $.j weekly. Must
control, Walter Luke. your pasture every five or six hate ue of INSTALLATION
S. Futch of Starke has and FREE
Grocery in Fairbanks, appropriate, lasting, tangible car. No experience
Service dispatcher said. 3(ars. B. F. Peebles of Starke; one needed. No investment.
leen .re PPOintcd assistant state was aroused Monday by the recognition of the splendid contribution Write or wire: Tropical Plus FREE Jake DecoratorsSee
All five [nine men] of daughter, Mrs. Cora Wilson, Sales, P. O. Box 8951; Orlando, Fya.
cttorney for the 8th Judicial Cir- torn crews made to the state and na- Tour
found of telephone being
a Pyrofax Distributor
Swainsboro., Ga.; one son W. A. V 3tp .5ill,
Ciiit by Oov. Leroy Collins. from a wall. He investigated and the Forest Service plus crews Armed Forces Day Peebles of Winter Haven; a bro- ional highway systems by both
The appointment was 1957-model automo- from Rayonier and Container To Johns and Webb." Furnished Apartment For Rent. CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS
saw a black, Be Observed ther William Benton of Kite
pply Townsend's
Grocery- Kins4lrbK AND '
fire which started
ed: by the. Senate last confirm-I.bile taking off in the direction of fought the Gal:; and one sister. Mrs. Carrie In' T.a1.. 5'2t; APPLIANCE CO.
I Starke. about 5 p. m.. through most of With Open HouseArmed Lawtey Council 119 S. Walnut St. Starke
: Saturday night. Some crews Sixon: Savannah, Ga. Fishing Worms For Sale lit Town- -
WEEKEND COTTAGES Police here were alerted, and scnd's Grocery. Kingsley Lake. PRICE AS
continued to work all day Sundayand Forces Day will be observed Places Mayor 4trhl!' S1:: LOW AS $129.50FOR

A11' Facilities Provided an auto fitting the descriptionwas patrols were in the area until with open house on Friday Rotarians: Hear Work -
stopped by Patrolman Billy Over Street FOR RJ.XT-Furnlshf'd
May 15, at the Green Cove apartment -
.$6.00 Per Night the heavy rain of Tuesday. Leland HiattLeland *. Keannat rate*. Near SALE-T.rretr.' etna
the driver
Jordan. ,
Overstreet, '
Springs Naval Station, for the Olill Gift Shop.:
shopping & home.
County Ranger J. J. Hodges, renter. Phone WO '-ZOI1rr Hiway
(Two Beds Sleeps 4 People) cave Overstreet a false driver's general public. Visitors will be Lavrtey City Council voted at WO 4-5i:4 or call at 21? S. 110. 8'i miles south of Starke. Sell

Free use of one Boat with each license and while the patrolman I who was in charge, explained that taken on guided tours of the station Hiatt, director of alum- the regular meetin Monday. May Cherry St. Shell! Oil Co. ()fuic'. J.ing because D of III health. See owner,
% muck will" continue to smolder I ni affairs at the University of 4 to Charlie Shu- tfrhe Terrell.!! Stchg 515
cottage. Ideal family outing. was examining it, the suspects including piers, from 8:30: put .Mayor
and break out again. I Florida, and a past District Governor
ford in charge of repairing city FOR HANDWRITING
aiddenly: drove off. a m. to 12:30 This inside SAI.K SECRETS reveal-
Excellent Fishing Two TD-9 tractors cut fire p.m. of Rotary International, was streets and New : lirdrootn home. Awning ed in book of absorbing interest
cleaning drainage
"% Overstreet gave chase at speedsof view of the installation and its v-indows. plastered ,,'alt.'. hardwood all who study to
lanes around the area but most guest speaker at the Rotary Club our character traits.
Doggett's Resortat 100 miles an hour but was unable many functions should be of Interest ditches. Mr. Shuford was auth- floors, tile hath. large screened Only lieu postpaid. C. E. Boedecker,
:)f' the fire-fighting had to be Wednesday. I'orch :3 blocks Box ;,.
to catch the fleeing auto. to the public. arized to hire a superintendent, South Winn-Dixie. Rt. I, Starke. Fla. Phone
BUDDY'S LANDING dene by men going into the swamp Mr. Hiatt described the work 1 block of W. Madison. $:;00 down. \\o 9-lgS3: Sip
He had however, identified Jor- Residents in the himself or someone of his choice, Call J. 1. Andrews WO 4-1563. Itchg 6/4
area on foot with pack-pumps. area are also carried on by Rotary's tour
Earleton, Fla later arrested at I because "it will save money in FOR RfoXTfurnl5hed
who invited
was to enjoy apartments
dan -
,
an interesting branches of service: club, community

Mr. :
Hodges said this land contains $JO and $55
the long to have the labor per mo. Electric
Jacksonville. run V
his hcme in much valuable timber and program arranged for an open vocational, and interna ELBOW ROOM utilities air condition for bedroom

house on Saturday, May 16, at tional. supervised. Two Masonry Homes only. Shady Lawn. 1U mile E. Call
I because of the nature of the soil, : about I St.< bridge. Keysett Rd_
RFD Box
the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- The was introduced by y-ar old. every modern convenience.A. 149 .
speaker sign
fishermen left
: TETSTONEYour and others in the area A. and conventional financing on Mrs. Clarke
ZEHAS F.-jfatP
H. H. Rabb Jr. who had tffhg
thould be especially careful of tion.The chargeof available.

fire. Origin of the fire was not great air base one of the the program. I I FOR RENT-4 room furnished
1 lot. de"....
acre well
known. most strategic on the East Coast. WILLIAMS npar_navrd house, 1 acre land. 2 miles from
highway. &-hO(1I bus and daily mail.
tJwn.
f30
will be to the a mo. Phone WO 4-0945.
open public from
\2 noon until :5 The Commanding Softball Schedule Xew Homes: in Starke. See the Mrs. LB.. Jordan. Rt 1 Box: 427.
p.m. j..t nff Htway U.
Tennis ClubMeeting JEWELRYWATCHES ,'ans. get the prices and terms. : Zip
ATLANTIC Officer of the station has
Dealer
beat Waldo FOR SALE-Thurman
Keystone Heights Jones home
A. J.
THOMAS REALTOR
extended a welcome to the !
Called publicto site
on Brooker
30-15 in the Softball League on DIAMONDS SOS: Temple Ave, TeL WO 4-5701; Road. See Ed Nor-
observe the man at Court
vast array of modern Housa. :tp 5114
For May 21 In USOA weapons and equipment used Thursday, May 7. REPAIRSAll
Games scheduled during the WANTED-Waitress. B & G Truck FOR SALE Sun-Beam. lawn mower.
tennis club for adults and by the Armed Forces in defenseof 15-21 follows: Work GuaranteedA. Stop Restaurant. Apply after %:31) (elective transmission. free wheel
AVE. week May are as 'n th. ing self-propelled 2
UN STARKE 322 TEMPLE the country. aft"rn >on tfrhir. 3-4 liP Runs
junior and senior high school students Friday, May 15: Garden Restaurant ,l.ke. n..w. S.*. and make reasonable
will be at C. Williams FOR R"XT-A Pingle house .ff.r Olin Whlt.. Kh Drug 5''!4
organized a meet- Co. C Maintenance very
JOB ;
GREASE -- vs.
FREE -- FREEWith ing in the USO BHS TrackmenPick 142 W. Call St. attractive. Approximately I mile
Thursday, May 21, Shop vs.-Waldo. from City Limits. North of Starke FOR SALE-11,2, miles S. of Starke

at 8 p'.m. Points Sunday, May 17, 2 p. m.: Development Starke, Fla. (.1) U. S 301. Owners residence on Hy 1H o. :Zh acres. 257 ft. hiway
with Up V>Tt to (*"r'"fc r.rrw..rv Storp Up frontage. High and dry and all
10 Gallon of Gas purchased Recreation Director Bob Ben- :
or more .
Main- .l..pod
every Commission vs. Formerly Roberts Jewelry : 'hone WO 4-1I4! 4fIt 1 S'Z Jr
Oil Change ner said everyone interested in InState MeetBHS tenance Shop. FOR SALE-Well filled and graded
tennis is invited. It is not lake front I"ls southwest sitl. ftKingsley Experienced carpenters wanted to
,MECHANIC ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES neces- Tues.. May 10: Keystone j : Lak.. .1. W. Iirownlee.KL work in this area. Steady work.
in Brake Work and Tune-ups sary to be a good player because picked up three points in Heights 'vs. Garden Restaurant; 2 Box: ISO. Phone WO 4-1151 :Must have! own tools and tranepor.tttrn.
Specializing beginners can learn.MAYOR'S the State [Class A) track tourna- lip I Apply write or phone Jim

ALSO FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES I ment at the University of Florida Waldo Thursday vs. Co.May C. 21: Waldo vs. WHY PAY RENT?! .ilVVknflVjtip Walter Corp. 32S1 W. Beaver rr.tJ StFOR

last Saturday. Southwest Miami
COURTCases "Commission Main- Men's Leather
Development ; SALE-Large cement block
V v cn the meet with 44 points, tenance Shop vs. Keystone. WILL BUILD HOME home Iii, acre lot. 20 pecan trees.

.Cool Bro Zgg-Go Portable handled in Mayor's Court vrhile Gainesville High was second -. ON YOUR LOT ,Vll.l City facilities. In city limits.

4 Monday, May 11, were: with 35 1-3; HOSPITAL. ADMISSIONSThe HALF SOLES roh"n.ry reasonable.WO 4.iI"1 J20 Thomas tfrhir.Magyar St.

Arthur Lewis Wright\ Jr., ex- Fred Brandes of BHS placed No Down Payment

COOLER AIR ANERZ.IIffum1ifflui,1 cesg speed, ?27 bond forfeited. fourth In the high hurdles. His following patients were admitted 1.75 up :.! Inquire Well prilling.John Magyar Price!reasonable. Rt.

Donald Muron Hingson, reckless time was 15.4, as compared with to Bradford County Hospital TONEY HOME BUILDERS, Box t3%. 3 miles north on 301Jtp .

driving $37 bond forfeited. his: previous record time of 15.3. during last week: 5F2tThee.

CHILLAIRPortable Eugene J.lack. public intoxIca- Henry Hall placed fifth in the Louise A. Lee. Daisy W. Mansfield Inc. Men's Rubber Oerical Positions Open With'

tion, 127 bond forfeited. [80 yard dash and his time of of Keystone Heights, Myrtle .tainer Corporation Of America

Henry Carter, excess speed. 50 2:03.6: places him in a tie for the Eloise Bass of Penney Farms, Contact RAY FORTH HEELS SSeSTARKE'S UtreM-nt In F Tnan:
miles in 25 mi. zone. $27 bond school record held by Glen Con- Nettle Bee Prevatt of Lawtey PHONE 4123 Life. Health. And Retirement Plans.Apply .

forfeited. ner. Bobbe Devlin Walrath of Keystone SHOEREPAIRING To Florid* State Employ-
Keystone Heights Fla. lien rvire. 21 ft S. E. First Street.
Robert Lee, driving without Heights Evelyn Odom Wise, Gainesville Or Container Corpora-

Mi license, plea guilty, fined $21 or Free Admission Connie demons Marilyn Ann ton Of America la Fernandina
ph.. Florida.
air coolercompact 5 days, or given Y days to obtain Higginbotham Wayne H. Hand
For Eighth GradersAt 123 Walnut St.
license. Cora J. Lewis of Earlton. J. D. WILL TRAnE$ year diversified

.... ...- Robert Lee reckless driving byexcess Teen Time Terrell. Harley M. McRae. Alice WUD-U ? ? ? Across from Park TheatreFOR experience and taxe In bookkeeping in exchange for AccountIng : position --

speed plea guilty fined $21 Wiggins Catherine D. Harvey of with commensurate salary and

I ; or 5 days. Eighth grade students, members Keystone Heights Darlene Todd p B : H
I ) Write Bookkeeper Box
Build Home 823-F
Your Lot
and non-members of. Teen a on
Intoxication Time
Paul Calvin Shadard public Bonnie Faye Slade of Hampton SALE -ISiO: Plymouth In good atFOR ..tJ trf I Sr!*
\ 1 ) ) tJ; fined JZ7 or a days. will be admitted free Saturday and Grady Jaunelle M thvin of or Farm? tunning condition Reasonably
James Caldwell, public intoxi- night., May 160, 'Eighth Grade ITiced. Inquire f miles north of SALE-Rolt-Away-Bed
< Macclenny. Ftarke on 301 W E. Martin retil l.ke new! ,JJ5. In:! Johns DriveCARPENTER
I ; I -ation J27 bond forfeited. Night at Teen Time. held: In the Also: Thomas ,J. Tyer Jr. of NO MONEY DOWN < 'n ** Up :ftr"!1!_, Sfl Jr
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\!; John Powell (colored] public USO. Hawthorne Phoebe Clarice Baker SEVEN YEARS TO PAY FOR SALE' -Piano and bench built WORK

'ntoxication. plea guilty. $27 fine Other grades will be similarly ,Eleanor Catherine Turner of by Paldwin. Spinet (Acrol'Otllc.)

suspended due to illness, put on honored at Teen Time at future Lawtey, Marguerite Barker. Francis NO ABSTRACT NEEDEDWe like new. Call St Stark WO I-93C5: 42S lip N.ProiMway DOCKS, BOAT HOUSES,

probation. 30 days. dates. Marion Crawford. Louise L. Do Not ADDITIONS

Jim Adams, public intoxication Orlffis Eugene Z. Lee Sarah IDuBrooker' FOR I'ALE-I Silo' acres of land I l
27 fine 5 days.LEON'S Keep Your Deed small house some furniture. Z miles Satisfaction Guaranteed
plea guilty $ or
W.
Bruce Roark Jr. ot Waldo, John W. WoodWard east of Starke Mrs. Elam Lewis.

lightweight! powerfull! Funeral Services Elmer 'Donald Olmsted, AS LOW AS $37.50 Rt 1 HOT 17 ftp 321 JIMMY RICKS I

Norms Jean Lefevers of Graham FOR SALE Chest Freezer
Pick i it up-so easily! Plug it in- Model| 5p and. .Irene Nell Sommer of Ocala PER MONTHWe 'lilt St< S F.l"l".rllOn St type 1trh Phone WO 9-2951 f
Funeral services were held at 3tp 5-28
anywhere you want cool breezes blowngyour I Colored admissions were: Georgia FOUND. 1);3, License Tag 2L-327.
on y p. m. Wednesday in the Harnp
build in
way! Big blower wheel. cooling MARKETFRESH J J. Graham of Hawthorne anywhere Florida Owner may hate, by paying for this itVANTEDSnhl1Ponde' Spinet

filters, deliver sea-breeze comfort on ten Christian Church for Bruce Annie Mae Williams of Haw and no travel added ad. Inquire Peterson Dairy, Starke. Piano Call WO 4-7221 Itp I
Wayne Roark Jr., three-month- lip
the See it demonstrated 95 FISH FRUITSand thorne. Lee Johnson. Ike
spot. George FOR SALE-II H. P. Johnson
36 cld son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. .
feel the cool, cool difference!. V I VEGETABLESAlso Roark. Randall Alice Haynes of Waldo BLOCK OR FRAME Sales Lady. willing Wanted to-Must work.be Good experienced 5-ee motor.William Used very Silcox little.at Standard Price right Oil

Get yours today! Sundries The boy died Tuesday morningat Tempa Lee Aycox of Hampton I, $25.00 IN CASH peT NVk'" Fruit Stand 2tp 521: Pant: or Call WO 4-0011 after 5
4 and Barbara Jean.O'Neal of Putnam p. m.
the J. Hillis Miller Health Cen I LOST-Small 3 ft Red and White lIpFOP. ,
Open ,Daily 6 AM 8 PM HaH.THE .
ter in Gainesville.. He was born FOR LEAD OF SALE :Model aeroplane. Installed with RE 'TtmSroom' bonne un
radio and aerial equip. Gasoline
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STARKE HARDWARE COMPANY Cor. Thompson & BrownleeSts. Feb.Burial 1 in was Starke.in Santa Fe Cemetery BIGOT ,rOETT MT tte I Mail To: -HOMES" powered.- P-lorh. FR51 Reward. Call, Cainervin.ltpFOR collect Jerrr tart furnished..UIS Mrs. Mary Noegel.Cherry phone St Con-WO lip I

Near Depot near Hampton with arrangements 902 S. Range, Madison, Fla. RD'T-J-room furnished I

108 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Ph. WO 4-8033 in charge of DeWittxC. !led-c your.. fvrertto ESTXBBBOOBx apartment |lZSe week. Lights Afamished FOR REXT 5 room apartment. Gm

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STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1939

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is urged to be on hand. Work ProgressesOn .y.yy..y.yyy T .1VIpMELROSE I(there. ants chosen were Jessanna Terrell I,I.art six veeks.

Gddhfal Branch Breaks !' Gen. and Mrs. R. P. Hollis honored and Tommy Bass. Becky Brice. Three students in the sixth

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Another RecordNo DevelopmentNear i Mrs. Harriet Rice of Eliza- and Bill Log:dcn. Judy Bussen i I grade. Cherryl Cherry. Heidi

less than 100,000 campers. Keystone : beth, N. J. with a dinner party. and Jerry Burnett, Carol Hurst Chiappini. and Betty Anne Nel-

picnickers and cottage residents By Joyce Rothhammrr i Mrs. Rice is the sister of Mrs. and Brent Foimy-Duval Mona !.on. made the All-A honor rqjl.
By Mary: K. Schaeffer I I Iw Brooks and Donald Williams. Other students making all A's
have made use of Goldhead's expanding Preliminary work on the pro- Martha MacKeachie and Mrs. L.j1. .
facilities since June 1. posed large housing development '.a..uuu.uu.u.u.. Pearsall and is staying with Fllen Scott and Bill Lockerman. and B's included Becky Brice,

Mrs. Dawson Hostess to the event you did not join during 1958! This number exceeds any In southeast Bradford County Mrs. J. N. Webb last week visit-,Mrs. MacKe ..chie.I : j Train Beaters will be Connie Ilene Strickland. Jessanna Terrell

Woman's Club Officers the membership drive jour membership Record heretofore set by Gold- just west of Keystone Heights is. td her mother Mrs. S. W. High-I Mr. and Mrs. Gil Allen attended ..Morns. Jar.t P.erce. Judy Orms- rnd Kathy Miner. 12th grade:
tpe. and Rachel Ashley and Beth Pierce and Pat Preston 11th
will be accepted gladlyat moving at a fast pace. i
head. With weeks togo the
5, Mrs. William seven more tower of Jacksonville. I National Association of Ed-
Tuesday, May
any meeting of the Chamber.Or before the fiscal year is out Trees along SR 21, in the vicinity -i, Mrs. O. T. Robinson spent last'f'ek ucational Buyers convention !in crown bearer Wcody Bryan. I II grade: Dale FaWn, Maida Grif-
B. Dawson entertained the members ycu may cail Mrs. Joe Daurer, we are assured that Goldhead's of the south entrance to the '\\ with her sisters-in-law Miami this week. I The elementary grades presented ,,; fin and Carol Hansen. 10th grade:

of the Executive Board of and the at 4331. attendance will reach more than property have been removed and I I Misses Reda and Annabelle Robinson Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Tuskey I "Portraits of Stephen Fos- Dons: Ford, Kay Hudson and
Directors
the Board of Club j Summer Recreation Program 130,000! the read bank has been cut downto of Palatka.. and> family left Thursday to make ter's Life. read by Cherryl Cherry Carol Hurst 9th grade: Carol

Keystone Heights Woman's Board Meets To accommodate this increasein within a few feet of the highway Miss Dora Bryons visited her I their home in Avon Park. Mr. and many of his songs were Rothhammer, Virginia Ford Patsy -

at a buffet luncheon at her the home delicious The Summer Recreation Pro- a attendance a larger picnic level. Four streets have been I I I mother, Mrs. Frances Bryons'Tuskey recently retired from the ,rung. This program had been presented ', Realer, Margaret Slade. 8th
at Twin Lakes. Following area and mere tables are being ;| cut through the area which in-I Mast week. Armed Service. Mrs. Tuskey is;i at the Stephen Foster Me- blade: Ellen Scott. Bill Locker
meal, the ladies held their gram Board consisting of Marty t i ii Che-Che Formy-Duval,
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ovided. i eludes the former Keystone County !I Mrs. the I mortal in White Springs recently. man
pr I Dorothy Scully and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I sons
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regular monthly board meeting j Martin Mrs. Charlie I Ernestine Mat-
This past week there was a i, Club property. More than II Robert and John and Mrs. R. C.:Trm Torlay. The Tuskey's oldest i; Maxine Jones accompanied them ;i DJtnny Moody,
with: Mrs. Roy Watkins, club Mrs. Joe Daurer, I I '
Wade 7th
Matchett.
MCOlaVe'j. total of 5,280 visitors. Of this 1,000 acres will be included in the Pearsall1 Orlando were in Mel- : daughter. Barbara will remain 'at the piano. chett. and
president, presiding. Those who and Everett Fox met number 4591 were picnickers. i i total area which will be platted I rr-se last weekend. I i I with her grandparents until school j The newly crganized band offered grade; and George Allen. Mike

enjoyed the afternoon with Mrs. Duncan, Wednesday evening. May Xew Arrival In KeystoneMr. { for between 5.500 and 6.500i j Miss Ruth Bigelow left last closes. 1 several selections. Christine Goodman. .Troy McQuire. JoAnn
Dawson were Mrs. John Karges I 113. Mr. Duncan. Physical Education I Nobles and
and Mrs. Frank M. Walrath 1 i homesites. ..i week for her hcme in Fire Island Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gorman I IBiantley. as a possible; majorette' Eichel derfer Glenda
Mrs. Henry Mickle, Mrs. Harold Instructor at Keystone I I
III are the happy and proud parents Fill is being dumped into the I M|N. who have just returned from ol the future did some baton Fstella Lockerman.
Sutton, Mrs. Herbert Nelson Heights School, and supervisor Y.Mrs. I
Mrs. Carl i of a boy. Stephen James. rrea on the Lake Geneva side of j Harry Nelson of Duluth. Hong Kong arrived Monday for twirling School News
Mrs. George Colgin, i of the Summer Program met I
Mrs.1 born :May 5, at Bradford County SR 21. This spot will be developed Minn. has been visiting Mr. and I..:r two-week visit with Col. and A religious program was prevented :The Senior class sponsored
Wistrup, Mrs. B. R. Weld with the board to plan and sched-
E. Hospital. He weighed 5 IDS., 2 into a lakeside recreation center Mrs. C. P. Berkleman and daughter Mrs. Ralph A. Stevens. Jr. Wednesday -I by the Glee Club, who offered bake sale Saturday at the Post
Charles Wallenius. Mrs. S. ule the program for the summer. '
McDonald, oz at birth. Mrs. Walrath is the I for residents of the subdivision, Ruth. evening they were honored several selections. Follow- I Office. They also sold gladioi.
McKay, Mrs. Sara t Questionnaires had been sent the
Mrs. Schaeffer Mrs. H. former Bobbe Bastedo daughterof named Keystone Club Estates. j Mrs. Florence Janes has returned :, rith a party given by Col. and mg" a 10-minute intermissicn. the ,j The Junior High softball team
George school children last week, in order '
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bastedo of I Colored motion pictures were from a visit in New York. Mrs. R. H. Kelly. Glee Club sang songs from Broadway 1 beat the Keystone girls 11.6 in
I. Stevens, and Mrs. A. G. Loud- to estimate the number interested I I II
on. in the program. If, as Jacksonville formerly of Key- lecently taken in and around I Rev. Ray Stedham and I i Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. P. shows and the Melrose High,a softball game Monday, playedat
'j stone Heights. Keystcne Heights for the purposeof R. F. Simmons celebrated Heir I:Dunk were called to Miami last Alma Mater. Melrose. Judy McClendon and
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jet, students have not
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Chamber of Commerce Notes any Honor Roll Announced
:Melrose
turned their Hostesses Are SurprisedAt promoting and publicizing the !birthdays with a party at the, week because of the death of his Ktenna Logsdon both hit home
The next monthly Chamber questionnaires they Surprise Shower development. I home of Mr. and Mrs.C. L. Mann.j'I'I grandmother Mrs. Dunk. Principal Earl Cherry has an-
are urged by the board to do so : runs.
meeting will be held Monday evening I Tuesday evening. May 5. Mrs. George D. Wood Jacksonville ,: Mrs. Ruby O'Steen who worksin i Mrs. Alvin Tyler and children ounced that 31 students at Melrose next Pagel
:r/imediately in order that they roll I Continued, on
May 18, at the Clay Co-op may be included in the activities. Gordon Adams and Mrs. Lindsay developer is supervising the work j i the Melrose Beauty Salon has i:spent last week in Starke visiting High made the honor "

Conference Room at 8 p. m. All 1 Woman's Club To Hold Walker were hostesses at a Baby at the site. Actual constructionof come home from the hospital. I j I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy

members, and those interested in Shcwer for Mis. Frank Walrath a string of models is expected Mr. and Mrs Maxie King enter !Starling 2 BEDROOM MASONRY HOME
Chamber affairs are urged to be Garden Party 111, at Mrs. Adams' home and as to begin by mid-summer. The tained with a fish fry at their I I Duplicate BridgeWinners

present. Progress reports on all The Annual Garden Party andI is often the case in these situations homes vill be built on contract :home. Those attending were Rev. of the Melrose Wom- Living Room Dining Space. Bath Kitchen lots of

committees for the Southern Regional I Silver Tea of the Keystone the unexpected is to be ex- is sold. E. E. Earnest revival ministerof an's Club Duplicate Bridge last storage car port stove refrigerator, circulating oil

States SkiTournamentwill Heights Woman's Club will beheld I r PC ted. At the time of the shower the Baptist Church Mr. and week were: High Mrs. Alice Ketch -. exhaust fan. Six years old. excellent condition.

be given by committee heads. Tuesday May 26, at 3 p. m.,' Mrs. Walrath was in the hospital y.yyy..y.y....I Mrs. Dock Tison and family and m and Mrs. Helen Phelps; heater 21 in Keystone Heights.
Mrs. Daurer, secretary, an- i at the home of Mrs. J. D. Hender- with a fine baby boy who arrived Rev. and Mrs. Ray Stedham and second high. Mrs. Allen Graham; Near school on Highway
nounced that the membershipdrive ''son. At that time the Installa- somewhat sooner than ex FLORAHOMEAND son John. and Mrs. Bee Cooper. Games $8,750 with $1,500 down, $80.55 per month. Modest

netted 33 members, bring- tion of Officers: for the coming pected. The hostesses however, GRANDINBy Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Tison start at 10 a. m. Tuesday. All closing costs. .
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ing the total to 42, with seven or i year will be held. Mrs. Hender- acre not lacking in initiative; \!sited Mr. Tison's brother and women are invited.

eight more promised within the.j i son's yard is ideally suited to they managed to get the new DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ::Pkter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dock Woman's Club I S. E. MKAY -- REALTORKeystone

rext week or so. Anyone at any this sort of affair and everyone father to come to the party to :;son and family. Rev. Tison is The Melrose Woman's Club sawa

time, may join the Chamber of who is a member-or a friend ofa open the gifts. Unknown to him minister of the Ochawilla Baptist film and heard a lecture about
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Commerce, Mrs. Daurer said. In member-of the Woman's Club Mrs. Adams had set up a tape- The Florahome Ladies Missionary Church.Mr. cancer at the final meeting Wed- Heights Phone

lecorder behind him. and every Circle of the Church of God and Mrs. 'Robert Hogan nesday. Showing the film was
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KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's clever remark was recorded for met at the home of Mrs. DickI and son are visiting Mr. Hogan's Mrs. Marion Davis, Alachua
his wife to enjoy afterward.The illy :Monday afternoon of last father J. J. Hogan. Mr. Hoganis County Cancer Society.

Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes hostesses had the Adams week. stationed at Norfolk Va. The lecture was given by Dr. GAS COMPANY

home decorated beautifully witha Mrs. A. E. Rather interesting Rev. and Mrs. R, E. Newton of Harry Prystoswky professor of
gave an -
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY green and yellow color scheme. talk on some of her Pamona Park had dinner at the obstetrics and gynecology at the DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE
bout 26 guests from Keystone home of Mrs. D. B.'Lynn. University of Florida.
Lucile Foster Owner experiences in the Carribean Islands -
Keystone Heights end Jacksonville enjoyed the where she has been for the I Friends of Mrs. J. H. Pearsall The meeting featured a covered Nile Phone
Phone
party. After the party the yel- past four months. rill be happy to hear that she dish luncheon with the officers Day SAF-GAS -. 2582

low daisies and the tape recorder Gifts were given by Mrs. Lillyto has improved and is able to be serving as hostesses. The next 4351 _
and tape were taken to the the mother up and around. meeting will be in the fall.
youngest present.
hospital for the, enjoyment of Mrs. Austin Moody; oldest. Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler Music Festival King COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING

the young mother. Carrie Lane; mother having the spent Mother's Day with their And Queen Chosen i

Mesdames:: ToIforiT- And most children. Mrs. Moody; mother fon-in-law'and daughter. Mr. and Kathy Miner and Charles Ga-, Mont Complete Une of Howe floating Equipment ta North
Ilgen Entertain the Mrs. E. J. Hogan and family at bcardi were chosen king and
having most grandchildren
Wednesday May 6, Mrs. Charles. Mrs. Mae McNeil and Mrs. Rather the' .Methodist Youth., Camp ,in queen to reign over; the Music Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Water-. .See U. First
with ,personalized attention w' Tolford and<< '.Mrs;Frank,, ben also received a present. I.. esb ig. Their sons. William"and Festival at the Melrose High

were hostesses,at a Morning Coffee The guests enjoyed singing. Re- Pied of Tallahassee joined them auditorium Friday night. Attend-
: at Mrs. Ilgen's home on
to banking
your freshments of lemon pie and ice
Brooklyn Bay honoring Mrs.
tea were served to the 15 present.
Carl Fendrick and Mrs. Charles
needs. Mrs. Carl Carnes and her sis-


Smith.The Mrs.party Fendrick was a who farewellpartyfor moved to of ter-in-law tients Florahome in a, Mrs.Palatka have Betty both hospital Maude been Mrs.Nails Nail pa-. WHY STOP WITH MOTHER'S DAY?


So many of life's perplexing problemsare Jacksonville recently and Mrs. sister. Miss Reba Carnes
Smith, who will soon be moving
has also been ill.
concerned with need for ready cash. I. to Baltimore. Mrs. Ilgen presented Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price and

each guest of honor witha their two daughters visited friendsin Make Mother feel like a Queen
When such a need arises in your life remembrance gift.
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Bardin last Sunday afternoon.Mr.

will think of this bank Keystone School News and Mrs. Olaf Anderson of the with this F
we hope you Graduation for the 8th gradersat Jacksonville and Mrs. Anderson's every day in year

FIRST as the place to borrow money Keystone Heights School will be sister-in-law Mrs. L. E. Osteen '
-sat held at the Woman's Club auditorium of Orlando were joined in Flora- Redfearn Washer Special for MayHOTPOINTModelLW9n ;; 1" ,
Friday evening June 5.
reasonable rates and on convenient home Sunday morning by Mrs..
at 7:30.: This is the largest classcer Anderson's mother Mrs. SarahL.
terms. to graduate from our school. brotherinlawand
Osteen and her .
There are 30 in the class. Follow-
OscarG.
sister. Mr. and Mrs.
ing the ceremony a Graduation ''
Raulerson. The group were on
Dance will be held in the lunch-
their way to spend Mother's Dayin
icom. Hollister with Mr. and Mrs.
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA In a recent spelling contest at. Lloyd D. Osteen. another brother onlY
our school Leona Thowsend. Ander-
and sister-in-law of Mrs. v .ik
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community caughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Ben

Rose and Dee Dee Hardenbergh. son.Mrs.
Alma Clark of Florahome
Fla.
Keystone Heights, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. W.
pent last Sunday with her son
Member F.D.I.C. Hardenbergh won first and second and daughter-in-law Mr. and 9S .

places. respectively. Last Mrs. Kenneth Clark of Bardin.A .

Friday evening Leona and Dee banquet honoring Flcrahome ,
to Green Cove Springsto .
Dee went graduates of Melrose High was .
enter the County Spelling Con- last Thursday night at the \ .
HOME ON YOUR LOT iven? "
test. Leona won fourth place and Circle '
Club house by the Missionary rode :
Dee Dee won eighth place. of the Church of God. Hos- ;..L.:,' with

NO MONEY DOWNBy Friday evening. May 15, at 8 tesses were Mrs. Oscar Halverson ,

p. m., the newly-formed Drama- Mrs. Osteen. Mrs. Ruth Childers .
tics Club of Keystone Heights J ,
: Toney Builders, Inc. LOWBox and Mrs. Dick Lilly.
UP school will present a'play. "Angel Graduates and their invited ( TERMS AS LOW AS 1.75 PER WEEK!

106, AS [Continued on next Page guests included Dorothy Price,

Bowling Green, Fla. Mental Health ;Ronnie Reid. Marilyn Varnes 10 Lb. Capacity for Big Family-Si/e Washes!
Gary Gornto. Carol Ann Cook.
Richard Lilly Jr., Marcia Hill t Partial Load Control Enables You To Do Smaller

Is one of America's major health ard.: Ralph Rayster, Ilene Strick- Size Washes Economically!
problems today. land and Rev. and Mrs. Formy' \\s\i\\1

The most effective away to regain :Duval. Some invited guests were All Porcelain Inside And Out, Protects Against

it at the greatest saving i Is ;unable to attend because of ill- Rust, Stain Corrosion!
through Chiropractic Care.
Through Chiropractic care the ness.The morning service at Paran Co-Axial Mechanism With 5 Year Written Warranty -

cause of Mental nicest is removed Baptist Church in Grandin was i !

without the cost of expensive nIl attended. After the Mother's '

medicines, hospitalixaUon or loss Day sermon gifts were presentedto Smooth, Quiet Transmission, Completely Sealed,

of time from work. Below Is such the oldest and youngest mother ((1) Permanently Lubricated!

a case. present.
Mrs. E. S. P. a ytonr housewife Mrs. E. S. Brantley and children -

suffered a nervous breakdown and and her mother Mrs. Ruth Have you got a friend in the Keystone Melrose area For the past year Redfearn's has been sending this

This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $945 was bedfast for 2 years. During Reed of Swan Lake made a trip who would like to receive this section of the paper section of the paper free to several hundred fnends
this time she received aQ the pop- to Sanford. Monday.COMMUNITY 1''e will be glad to add others to our
ular treatment for such condi FREE. If_so -:-:- be sure to let us know. and customers. .

(Without Carporte) tions. Then a friend recommended CHURCH or 4 & 1 \ a list. A

Many Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder Chiropractic care and in a KEYSTONE .HEIGHTS .
matter of months a complete recovery < '

Any Place in Florida Same Low PriceNO problem For was further cases effected.information. on Choir Dr.. Albert James Director.C.D. Holt.Pact MinisterDr. Organist '. < WE MEET ALL ADVERTISED PRICES .


} I Services: Cnurcn SChOOl 9:40a :
( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) For Information on problem i .m. Morning WorsMp.! 11 am. h.
cases contact! KEYSTONE
Local Representative FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PHONE. REDFEARN'"Where S

Dr. H. G.. Bollinger HEIGHTS
J. R. Smith pastor. Ralph 9391 .

RAY D. FORTH Chiropractic- Offices church Copeland.organist.Minister of Music and

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Highway 21 Phone 4123 Phone WO 4St&rb: L Services m. Morning: Sunday Worship. 11 a. m. ., Service Is Assured"

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. r. i72S :: Training Union 7 p. m. Evening
CalvenHj services a p. m. _

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FAGEEICTT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.-STan' FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 11. 19SR

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T ;j' ft. TT TTTTT field, Leola Ridaught; right field' Picnic" to be held Friday May'church choir:will sine "I LoveM ITTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT- Jick Watterson-and-Mr. and Mrs. land spent Mother's Day here -and Mrs. W. P. MeElroy an

KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS Ruby Lane Smith; substitutes 29, at their meeting place. St. hureand'' the Aluii Choir Failing of Starke, and Mr. Fail- with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.I family.Mr. .

Mary Ann Schaeffer, Carolyn William's Recreation Hall. They will sing "The Heavenly Vision" MELROSE ing's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. E. J. J. Brannen.Mr. .

Hayes and Marlene Linsin. Dee aso started working on invitations by Lemmel; At the evening service Failing of Penney Farms. and Mrs. Dub English and and Mrs. Ollie WUliamso

ALIT /V NI.............j Dee Hardenbergh and Margaret for the picnic. ; ire! Cfchcdrd Choir will sing. uatt, .tauwwuutULtcontlnued. Mrs. W. A. Saxon and children children of Cross City visited and family who have been living

Muir are team managers, while I The fcojrth grade girls who fcThe $an r' with Me," by Swe- [ from Page One] Billy and Janet, drove to Titusill here Sunday with her parents Mr. .hi Starke moved this week to th

I Continued from Page One I Deanna Lee is bat girl. will "fly up" to Scout Troop No. ney: > !.Sunday"to visit her brother- and Mrs. J. J. Smith, and with Wiley Williamson farm ne
i The cheerleaders for next
Child," in the school auditorium. I Girl Scout :News {I 190/ this Spring will start working The 'Chur h wishes to welcometwo were chosen last Monday in year as- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I her brcther-in-law and sister, Mr. Hampton. .

Admission will be 25c for adults, i Saturday evening Girl Scout t on their investure ceremony new members: Mrs. Faye Dar- They are Pat Preston Madison Lee. Janet Saxon expected -
Troop No. 190, under the directionof Iext week. They will "fly up"
on
and 15c for children. Members of den, who came to us by letter and Oleda Bowen Carol Hurst, dom .to stay with her aunt and when needRELIABLE
Mrs. C. J. O'Connor, entertained Friday. June 5. you
the cast tfffl be Deanna Lee, Carolyn II Mrs.Evelyn Davis, who cAme for Ford Marguerita Float Elaine uncle for a two-weeks visit.
their parents and brothers and Mrs. Mickle i L..
Hayes Dee Dee Harden- Entertains ptlshi. Unison; ; and Margaret Slade. G. Johns is completing a

".... bergh, Barbara1 ;: Ann Wheeler. asters at a pre-Mother's Day Bridge Club St. Ann 's Church PTA To Install,Officers large building behind his home ,

Bob JackSonand.Tommy Thompson. The Picnic girls Supper prepared at Keystone the food Beach.them- Mrs. Irene Mickle was hostessto The Diocese! .'of Florida observed The Melrose PTA will have installation in Hampton to be used for an GAS SERVICETHINK
egg-cooler in his chicken business.
There Witt' also be a short the of officers
Monday afternoon Bridge Mother's Day day set at its meeting -
selves. Prior to the supper a as a
ddt featuring Jimmy Fox and Flag Ceremony and the troop'sfirst Club on May 11, at her 'home on aside for concern for the church's Monday May 18 at S p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale OF
Ann Schaeffer. East Lakeview Drive. in the! High School auditorium. and children Mrs. C. G. Barks- SLADE GAS
Mary 1 Court of Awards was held. Mrs. Gladyce work In the colleges of the state 'dale and Mrs. Lula Molt of
It's time.. again to "root, root, Girls Bachmann held high score at the within -our Diocesan boundaries: Those to be installed are: W.
root for the home team". The ]I jeceivmg awards were conclusion of the playing while i.e., fist. State University the B.. Moore president; Rev. M. IL.3reyfogle .l I I Starke were Sunday dinner guests I.
I Carroll Bakery Virginia Campbell, here at the home of Mr. and TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
boy's team has Tad two games Mrs. La Nelson was second. Other University ot'Fla.: and Fla. A. vice-president; Howard I.
Sylvia Dodd Nancy O'Connor, Mrs. J. W. Horne.,
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with Melrose..bee they lost, one members of the club included and M. Offering envelopes were MOrris, Secretary; and Murray PHONE WO a35S1s
Carol Stephenson, Kay Miss
j Sunder- Jessie
Brannen of Bartow
they tfon. Monday afternoon, Mrs. Jean Fox, Mrs. Margaret provided at the door. Fipprdle.! treasurer. I I
land and Joanne
Thomas. and Dennis
Kathy Brennan of Lake-
they beat';Melrose 12-6. They have Williams earned an award, but Holloway, Mrs. Eloise Cook, Mrs. Sunday was Episcopal Young This will be the final meeting r', .. N' Y
lost two games to Palatka. In one Helen Brust, and Mrs. Mildred cf the year and all members are'a'ged
was not present to receive it. Churchmen's Sunday. Parts in the
tame; they l lost by only one run. Sutton to attend.
Carolyn Purdy gave a recitation morning service were taken by
i8' ligleys Have Eeach PartyAt
The gi Spit Ball Team played -
""lIom and Mother;" Sylvia Dodd Ranch some of the young people This TRINITY? EPISCOPAL _

a home game with Melrose said a poem "A Child's Prayer," Saturday afternoon truck- was their opportunity to participate CBtRCtt. MELROSE -
last week and lost 7-11. Pitcher end Carol Stephenson recited a as adult members of their H. ,
al I i l-ad of pleasure-bent boys and M. Breyf ogle. Minister
was Carol Campbell; catcher, r *mT "America." I girls left Keystone:: Heights for congregation. Sunday School. 8:4: a. m. f
Dianne Brokas; 1st base Nancy On Friday Brownie Troop No. the home of Darlene and Billy Friday May 15*' starts the Ari- 11:15. Episcopal Young Ptople. fra 1)ivid Vs'

Sutton; 2nd base, Roberta Sib- 229, under the leadership of Mrs. i Figley, at McRae, for an after- rual Weekend for Episcopal'Lay Morning Prayer and Sermon

ley; 3rd ba'se, Barbara Drake; Joe Daurer, planned a program of 1! i,oon of swimming, milking cows men at Camp Weed. Come as 7:30: p. m. Holy Communion each

left field. Viola Ridaught: center- I entertainment for their "Family and riding horses, for the Figley'slive I carry Friday as you wish and stay first Sunday.ST. :I
till mid-mcrning Sunday. highlight -
on a ranch. Guests at the FREE BUYER'SDIGEST
'" ranch of the afternoon on Satur-, ANN'S EPISCOPAL UOUft
included Nel-
party Herbie OF NEW .
7"ar '. aay will be the dedication of the CHURCH, KEYSTONE _
eon Jr. Jimmy Fox, Dianne CAR FACTS ,,
.S fr*.*.."' _"''_NN_'';':' """ new Camp Cabins.: M. H. Breyfegfe; Minister
.,>) '. Brckas, Mary Ann Schaeffer Dee *Neat aim*M A wnlFp.ns
:Dee Hardenbergh, Margaret Muir, Saturday, May 16, at 3 p. m.. Morning Prayer' and Sermon, / 4w tm jv r*kov M> to tutI Wjmi
1a n.ifl18i_Had ftChoose so the Acolytes meet. 9:30 a;in. Sunday S hO l.10 a. m. DEALER HAS

i McMur-I usan Also on Saturday, from 4 to Holy Communion each first Sun I .

ci : o werfuIM. l Davis Roberta Sibley, Kenny 10 p. m.. the 'teen Town group day Parish Supper each third I
FREEMUFFLER
I' .Terrell, Veasy Walker Danny will go swimming{, dancing 'andweenie'rcasttng" t Wednesday 6:30: p. m. V [ CH ECK1.ilAaNelItM.MI.M FOR YOU /

: iII..1II6 :!jW: +: *....:'......"'- Dodd> Romesa Dodd, Joe Mann. = V at Golctfiea3
awwtixk: II 'Mickey State Park. St. William's Catholic Chapel ...* .......mi Hf* -
ydncfc
?_ : .: ; Robison Roger Pang-
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born, Eric Redfearn, Tommy May 5, a meeting was held toorganise Keystone_ Heithffe, k M.....,.. ;; ,;f tfir ,* '< I Jones, Elam Glisson, Sylvia Glis- Cut Pack. r COME INI! CASH INI!
.' ,": a Ten parents Sunoiy Mass at 8:30: a. m.
: ? 2> son, and Paulette Tyre The chil- I : were present. Rdlyday Mass at ':00 a.'111. Boy!Are we ever making people Ford-

dren returned home on the truck The1< and were delivered to their doors. .ference began at noon on Monday Confessions before an Masses. r EXTRA ova the place. And the biggest dividend -

Committee To Publicize Li&riry I 'and win continue until noon Baptisms, marriaies and ins FREE t EASY TERMS of all is the thrill you'll get

3 ot The Library Investigating Com- I tomorrow: [Friday). Father Brey- structions by appointment. SAFETY CHECK M for*ar,MHmt. .... behindthc; vhecl. W c've never had a
mittee met recently to discuss' I fogle Is ....Y.....a ..il..CJn afloct to>..k. Ford so big inside t .. so beautifully
attending. In of
Big case ..
e.A.zetoAs,. .. "tit WMtf
1/11/ ways of bringing the benefits{ ,emergency, parishioners are asked IVVIIIYVVVVVtnnVVRVV1HAMPToN' ...,......ee-aa4 .=: .. proportioned. cuteide. Come see, come
,. the Woman's Club Library to the I tor call senior warden N. W. M....t.wu, save* come get ail these extra dividendt -
,
.. ; public's attention. A of a> now: during our special
survey Hardenbergh.sf. .
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'r Dividend Days.
.- -(' the reading habits of the townspeople itnuinfs Cath.lie Church ,"!- "F ,
has been made, with about I St. wniianYs Altar Society will I *S ,*4.*o co mpOM IO*,oI* ykdr .i' t'g.vlhd wax nM
By Mr*. D. E. ailsJ.kAAALALALAAWlsAIASIt
100 responses. These Question- meet at 7:30 on Tuesday evening,'

naires must now be compiled and .May 19.
i J-tudied. A new member has been "eiSonalsMrs. Save on the standard| AMERICA'S NO. 1 DIVIDEND CAR- lareoi
added to the board, Fredrick W. fenndl. Plans Volunteer high-capacity,surersUftni body SnisJi that
n Gaige. Ph. D. Other board members Harold Ridaught was a Fire Departme&t battery ever needs wiimf

a'r include Mrs. W. B. Dawson, happy woman ,on Mother's Day Hampton city' council voted to

Mrs. D. O. Stewart, Dr. 'Albert because "everyorie of her seven send in a requisition for a1 fire
children were at home" for the truck
through the civil defense
('. Holt, Francis Clark. Mrs. Carl
the very best gasolene .johnson. and Mrs. Carl Wistrup. day. Her son. Leslie, and his wife unit, at their regular meeting dt
came from St. Petersburg, which city hall
Tuesday evening ilay
Mrs. Johnson was formerly d librarian -
for your car at Dartmouth College. surprised Mrs. Ridaught' because 5. :t'

Mrs. Wistrup was a librarian at he was suppdsfttty Ifl Labrador, R. E. Cutchen, Hampton marshal E4) .-.- a
but he got an unexpected 30-day I was selected as chief of the lie Thunderbird-inspired Ford Galuie costs
N. before moving
Syracuse Y.
,
1 00 PLUS for the ultimate In luxury performance.Over to Keystone. furlough. Her other married >child;' "olunteer fire department Tentatively only JS2 more Own the Fairbne 500 .

100 octant plus every worthwil protective CHURCH ,NEWS Joann,-Mrs. Richard Barton and selected to serve as Volunteer Save oa aluminized I "Save up to HILTS peer Ford's Aeirest competitor on I Sits VmMertfutmninlly Snt op B
her husband'caine- from Tampa, firemen were Leonard '0. I Vvtline 500-iny model-*tft hater,radio and wtomatie op to JO M ISi s yaw s
f.Cltur First Baptist Church lets Met I fcismuaonwrti) irconWionn JHI4I ettwr scessories ahd oPE
Wednesday evening May 13. where Richard Is stationed.. 60 Johns. Jr.. D.H. Crawford Glenn is bug ; | jfoueansate rep4ar pa

SUPER:S-D'- super- premium at ordinary premium the Cbronation Service for the alt her children, including Kathy. B. Crawford. A. C. Dennison D..

price.. Perfect for today's high compression autoMltlMASTCRpremiurt G. A. Girls was held in the chur:h. Sandy. Leona. a&d June, were 1:. Hill, F. L. Williams. Marklee DIVIDEND :bAYS At1' TOUR- 'D LER.S

Jl+abhfes r oft It was a beautiful service*, and. with her for a perfect day. J. Norman. Charles,R. Cox &&- ,,... f- FOKg ....... .
Sunday afternoon 'Chefollowlug lace *
the church was crowded. Collins Kenneth Brown % 59 FORDS-THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED CARS "jut
performance, regular price. The Woman's Missionary Union ladies from Keystone Heights John Kemper. Raleigh Braririen
vicinity took part in the Mother's and C. L. May.

.Step,' .ed vp octane, power, and mileage! last held Tuesday.its regular Mrs.monthly'Mildred"meeting Pey- Day services, at St. Edward's Bob Brown was hired to start.' TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

I ton had the program, and Mrs. J. Church in Starke: Mrs. Pat Paw- cutting grass in the city this
Miss Anna Mc+u1lough, month. Clerk
l R. Smith and Mrs. Gus Ander- W. H. Maxwell was
man gave a detailed account of Mrs. Mildred Sutton. Mrs. Jane asked to write thr county about 206. W. Madison St. Starke, Florida Phone WO i-3381

SILCOX ,CITIES SERVICE their recent visit to Tampa. They Donnelly. Mrs. Jean Fox. MrS.I gular mosquito spraying this If You're Interested in ana .d USED CAn Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer
attended the WMU Convention na Clemens', Mfi Lu Nelson, summer. The'county spray truck It
I Mrs. Mary Smulski. Mrs. Norma made its first round the
following
705,Temple Avenue Starke Fla tnere the first of the month.
i Valledjuli. Mrs. Pearl Wirigen-
Next Sunday morning, the 1 evening Wednesday May 6.
I bach and Mrs. Yvonne Vlchon. All council members and City ....-.- "' ,-, ,..
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-j '.I living Rosary. Mrs. 'Gladyce exception of council chairman iI nfij **t-r7t'-. .- -" -x-: _
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Baclurann played the organ. for A. C. Dennison who was hos- _'.T'r- .
tRAbUAT .NW I I I I the service. pitalized. --'_.. SO BRIGHT; **. __
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L. .. > Mr. and Mrs. John Vanderhoek Cleaning Successful ::

J'. .t and children. Edith and Barbara, Mrs. Mary Watterson trusteefor ._.... WHEN AIR eS._

; 'T, I M EJL.k4i I' : visited the, George Schaeffen Santa Fe Cemetery expressedher :.. JUST

;' .- Friday evening enroute from their appreciation for' the, help at ....., .......--->"" RiGHTIw..w..
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""""" Jk 1r home in Arlington, to 6cala,. to the cemetery cleaning last Satur ------ Get set now for

spend Mother's Day with Mr. day. More showed upi to Work this ___- -r ....
\ 1 Vandeflroeh's, mother. time; Mrs. Watterson said than -- mountain-top cool comfortin

!: GIVE THE KlYSTO ,- ir 't Mr.IKA!!: Mrs! Roy Watkins and tt any previous cleaning, and she t -- your: home all sum"er.with'-"
: ... .. .... .
t Mr. afiti Mrs. AI ,Nelson", entertained iavtied anyone interested1 to in- -

.. THEIR FUTURE! jointly on Saturday' evening ftpecfr the grounds of the cemetery AIR CONDITIONINGMODERN ,'
: + : with a Fish Fry at the Wat- since the cleaning. ... M ---'- -t 1 -..... '
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$ .. ,' =ale... t, cln's home. Guests were Mr. and ..Personal ...."-- ,,' '), ', ,

Mrs. Carl Wistrup, ilr.: and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr. \. -
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I AI 1 Watson, Mr. and Irs/Thoimas' are the, parents of a son; -Jam s yf ::4\to&_

Smith-Corona 4 V J. So therland. Mrs. Souther Vernon HI. born Friday May 8, 1> -
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.v:, land's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Hers< at Bradford County Hospital Mr. ?"' :,"' J ::' 1f '
ELECTRIC PORTABLf bert Nelson Mr. and Mrs. E. 'A. t'nei'Mrs.' V. J. Slade are grand ,:.. .
Rushton. and Mrs "Nelsoil's parents. Mrs. Slade and son returned ; '''I
World fir .end only.k tnt perte"-| "- ..Neri s .y ', mother .MrS. Caludia M MasttrS. I home from the hospitalon ,

'ot.", eosier, aafl eCWfaN rf p i-"a.t '-.*-. !X"iv Monday .( J .
hiM.e Mrs. Bill Siprelle, her two chil -
.'P n'.like:).product on .nMete III OI'J'.ther dren. Mike and Mary Jo and Tier I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wright and I

rt.bl.l toads .f hith.price' .* + o mother-i iIaw., Mrs. Jo Siprelle, :baby son Robert of,Philadelphia -. r.i t--------;;
.flk* typewriter; hatures. 4npfsu o. all from Arlington visited' friendsin I Penn. are'visiting here 'With' her

Control. -\' A omofic Bip4ot. 'AtRftni: f 4l CUte' ; Keystone Heights on Saturday parents, Mr. ana Mrs. J.'S. Greg- "" -Lo....

Intrant set MorgTni. 88 eSaroctW &.trb*..rd.VTWl afternoon. :cry. .
.
... 'Mrs. T.F. Brown of Hampton
t t Tommy and Jerry Pawlikowski I
hentfnmcjravermf pN_ i iet.alsast tend Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ownbey
: \0 Ere "hosts" to their'mother. Mrs.
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:--- of Keystone Heights spent Moth
j.-: '-- Joe Pawlikowski. and their grand
er's Day in Jacksonville with Mr.
mother Mrs. Mary Smulski, onMother's end Mrs Frank Brown. AIR CONDITIONERS. Banish muggy discomfort by .
'
SmithCoronaSILENT Day when they, with' Mrs. Louise' Mantle spent from do many things besides just removing excess'moirture and
their father, took the ladies to
Saturday l to Thursday of last the humidity.Prevent
coot lowering
SUPER dinner at Patti at Jacksonville keep you .
week in Jacksonville with her
and mildewamage.Boot
Beach. musty odors : .
UnmateliM fM ityU. pfrfermonee. fifltorPtrf ... friend Mrs; Chatmeey, While) in They clean the air.Filter out dust, *!' ,
ts .i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green of Jacksonville attended Trinity and pollen-a real boon to Closed windows keep outside ,
.ct for Kom. achool Of eff<.. Ke ylHTobula' ;.. ;, Pembroke, Ga. spent last. week ,
Baptist Church, where P Stbr
.r,juit like the! .*p."'i". o Bob Gray's sermons are 'interpreted *
*. tvi\\ !ire ktybwd wirer" J at Twin Lakes. The Greens are for the tieaf by Mrs Morgan. cleaner; yotor family healthier. restful sleep on hottest mghu.i

four extra character... 1. I, + Mrs. Dawson'a parents. Before returning Mrs. Manire's cousin .Roye- Vern

and .SmMi-Corena .iclui<..f telvd i to Pembroke the* Greens Burdges recently died in Jack . . . . . . .' . . . .

Peg. Ooflt. 1'n.O"t' Morgini., Tuck l ,. r s expected to visit two of their sonville. Mrs Patricia Raolerson. : .

Cenirot Veriatila Helidoy,4 I sons in South Jacksonville and in of Hampton is her stepsister. AIR .

trtvtiing. <
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowskileft Manire on Monaay this week'<*-er : tioets so little- ..

,. on Tuesday May 12; for Mr. and Mrs. R. E. ltelJ'of I V ..orth'IOmuch.N.. 1IIlIII1 SEE YOUR ti 4,

-......-.... ,"., Wilmington. DeL and expect to Oa IestU1t.'T _soodeL I are thinner, r NOW'
i'l ;j/ with every .-... oe home again on SUnday ;;eve- Charles Prevail son of Mr. and .. emalJer. more compact more I DEALER" ;.
ning. Mr. Pawlikowski is in :wilmington Mrs J. B. Prevatt of Hampton ,colotful and easier to install. { Sunthine Service Elect icily I
JSm_hh-Corona Portable y on business and 'Mrs:! was a weekend guest'at the Miami \ it the Biggest BaJg<.* jin

TOUCH TO { Pawlikowski will enjoy r visiting. Beach home of Larry Beckwbrth.. : 'I Your Budget !

Easl'es tway to !feorn vaTuoU TAKE friends and relatives. director for wtvJ-TV In Miami.Mrs. ...... -' r .
=:' ; TOUCH+ TYPING. Educafor.approved course /A Dr. and- Mrs Edward C. Shr- George Williams and Howell ATTIC OR --- ", .

1 on-record teaches typing at horn TQ jock of Oklawaha visited their and Hilda Warren and her WINDOWVENTILATING t

in j vst 10 days. The fast_ TOMJTS daughter ands;son-in-law Mr: find grandmother. Mathews "of .. .

,_ jaVOf to a b.tter future. R' M>7 Mrs. George< Schaeffer and the Starke; visited in Jacksonville FANS _

Schaeffer children, Sunday afternoon ; Sunday afternoon. '. pull in fresh outdoor breezes as I 1
Mr. and Mrs Gene Failing were ,._ hot,sticky indoor air a forced toe 1
-- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. huts"at family' picnic at the out. Cool comfort for pennies! _
!. ". end Mrs. Charles Wallenhis were tailing's-crap-at Smith Lake on -= .
th
Mr. and Mrs: Robert Hendry'< and Mother's Days Present were Mr. .. . . .,. . . . .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH children. Heidi and Bob Jr, at and: S&s. M. L. Watterson. J. W. unlnUI t

.." ---- _,v. __ St.Petersfeurgf.jand.r t ._and Mrs. Bedenbaugh. R. F. Ctltd1 1s.aU l '" ..
Ea Thiele of Keystone. of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Frede- {tlPltI "

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The C...tr J.g.'. C..rt Ot'' 'J1)YC'E OftR WATKIXSL'xecutrix : bserppu s. T. R. m.. Owner Tsar. Drsrrltl<< .m s. T. R Acre Owee Tue.1.o :

I444 Bradford" Co..t,.. Florida of the Will of James iA in SE Cor of WHOf .

W vi.i In Probate Lawrence Orr: deceased. i Lota4S&' U Ex 40'i 1 tq\), 6 ttt .?,: ? J Jr. 5.55' XWU of sw'i 22 1. 'RonaIdGriffis, 33.65
Long "
Jsl..l IX RE: Estate of Bessie R. Taylor, Hol\is V. Knight, tar\ Florida, RW across, E End 13 in x- eno S/D Leroy. >.% of NE!.. B*. 4 3." ..

,..4U Dceeased'IOTI'E:1 Attorney for. Executri. 4an Lots 50 It 63 Lots 1. 4; 5, 8..,ol Blk A E. et..Pin Kd ..- ; ." *
: TO CREDITORSAll 517 4t 6/28 In Woodlawn' If' i I. U 1lth.11ia Abraham 20 in X-Reno SD: Uattfe llabf'th W of Hd Rd ,4 7 :... 75 -Ii;*. /L: A.. Wiuiarn.

persotis having claims "01"' demands EiIt" 8.91 n > Clark 7.26 ... Ion 67.55Coin .

. .,, ... agat it the estate of BessieIL PUBLIC: XOTICE swq of Lot 14 in" . .l. at, tntiof x'lJneof

,. .. .. Taylor deceased are hereby The Public, Wilt. Takti NotUe Woodlawn.-. : J I I t2 : Carltoft'O. 'ft3.43 Lots X-ReYti 6. 7 of Blk- fr 26ia f%''fl1'fe iae .. !Wt'. with Ely.P.W .
'
notified ann required to file their That 'a public hearing win be C.'xrlat SW C \< of Powell c.n of St. ;E3 200.rjiB . .. ...
.., .g claims in the office of the County duly held by the BoaVd of,.County Ss"4, oUNE.flwor pfw ; W'of S 250: torPOB. :
a.--. Judge of Bradford County. Florida, Commissioners of BrWford County. 8C nnr t' Lots 3 .l, f ot 1kfl Llc&d Aldridge S.83 Swly on Rd > ':: -
. 'Ann in the County Court House at ST. RI) for In X-Reno* S.D .; | '
Florida, at 10: ) o'clock, a. m. on ", 1,5' i 600'. Sely 450" Xely :
S f Stark e. Florida within eight calendar Monday, June I, 1959 at the officeof roB Cont X 4JI w.,' ,. .. C. f' ."" "O: .r.t''' p. ..p A !' iota 4 &5 of Blk. 22 Par RD 600' .:;.jy, S r7 r- "
p_ ,,.: months from the date of the line \17.5' E'Dt.W:! Con Lee Al-
said Board tn the County CourtHouse .in X.Reoo S/D. ; 4*0' to roE 5 2> (.19 Broadway &
..4, first publication of this notice or In Starke, Bradford County. S 417.5' to N edge t t.'S IIea' v. / ridge .-.* i.. ,,: ::. Ckift9 24.99AInSECmof$1
A. the same will become void according Florida to consider the advisability of RW W t roB U l %! Z Euiene Brewer Et AIn 1 2 .' -
to law. Tlfia April &tt .,5'. > -to's of X"- .,,, i r. *
Ois -
of vacating abandoning conmuing ..! t.aul 488 of X\VUOEx I A in P : .
0 We.- First Publication -April23. 1959. t. and closing a certain"platted XF.I of XEtt !! 92 U lIflv1Da 'Abra3tamoEt ', Reno-S.t) Hankerson / *
f XE Cor aW 4 A 479
t. Aaron 10' Taylor, Administratorof treet in said County. to-wit: 1,41tf Lot2'jot BUt ifn.hagaS. ,'.'- -
4tofrt'T.e' ft E..W 375ft ;
lIy
the Estate of .Bessie It. Tay That certain platted street ad- ,2 .& ofE .u 'Marihan-Jarkron
. ;: ... N IcS 5' 22 S 16.67if. .
.- .-.. lor, deceased. Ja'-ent to and lying between Lois t, : II. 5 U II. Apes. nomas W4rtIbt 1l- Lt'e of Blk 1 in. Gatagan '...
%.S._. Ilollis V. Knight. Starke, Florida, 37 and 33 of Indian Beach as per 19.77NW SD; Ex !tiN Eliza Morris Est. 348; Com-: at VCor.of- E

___. .s Attorney fcrt-I Administrator plat recorded in Plat B6oK 2 atpagl" of .W'4 EJ 18 Lots 8, 9. 10 of Blk : of SW oT XEU "
1 5 22 30 AC7I'I Thomas Wainwi 4
4-23 4t SI4Jsdlelal of the ) records of A.in X Cor 22 '
26 public -
;/ .
_I _4 Florida which 1rTtabt I)? r 1.24)31k Blk 2 in If Ganagan -t, William WI.7LotU r.it & ru'n E 4SO ft S 408 -
Bradford
County Yo"
b
; !;: FtrWUI'ftN 2JS
Eighth Florida Ft. f Lot4 of ,
Circuit Of street is unnamed and never improved I
t_ ) .... I' Yij f of Bllf 3 in! Gahagan ft.to. POB 1. t' 2* 1l .li tI: .sc
And. For Bradford fount or opened, and wbiqh; Is 4 ex.W,30.ft In t, ;'i. fcilVle Grff'tt.\ .. i.'"& < 1 yotel
.. S AT Lawtpy W' of }ty C. B. Barbour 15.3. SD; t. E %.76'Acres of 5'5'of -
LAW. not a state or federal highway: .
CASE XO. 8161 and after at least two weeks prior s1. of Blk 25 in 4- : NW.Q f SW ;
-4e I4S \ Hardy Brothers Motor Company, notice of such public' hearing given try; W of ,Ry George F. toting 3.43 14"I! of Blk 3 Iii'' Gabagan William W. Parker 3.41 1' II .,1' 7 22 2 6. W. So.ley Eat 25.01

Incorporated. in issue of ITrad- SID Com fit SW Cor of.SE
Plaintiff VS. Truby by publication one
S.... p. l_,. Slade. DCI..fldaflt ford County Telegraph a newspaper ('om. 10:0: Ft. E or Sw Con) at NW O>r. of U of. SEA run N, .

County Flohda, und t "and by virtue : of general circulation pub- Cor of. Lot 10 ruG Blk 2 S of R 2 E t\ 378 ,'.1. for a POB q p '!, ...
of a w'rit of execution hereto- ibed in said County. N 210 E 10ii Ft. R .. ""'--t. r. Rnn S 60 Ft. tor. then E'314' ft X 75 4

!. The rirroit Court Of The This May 4. 1959.! 210 Ft W 105 Ft toJ'eg POB. Run E' Ft. -3 I ft W 314 ft S 7.tt:

'OTln: bF
.$,., Xotic-e> is herebygl-en that I. istf Bradford Vonnty. Florida.\ LawLey E or R1 nre-.7WeeL. '", 41.71 ; X 50 Ft. to FOR ;.t. -S ;. ..... ; ron 17.34,
P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford J 0 HAROLD K. XORMAX: Its Chair.. in Temples s0; "Et ; BlIP: at Tat of sir- .
..
$, fore issued out of the above entitled lan ToOt 7 of Blk.13jaw- ..n R4v. ,-, S 0 2\ I 23 Ella Ellerson S..5.ii. R'W' of Co iCR Rfl-T

.'* tI"-. Court. In the above 'styled Attest : Charles A. Darby Clerk of tt'y. E 0' RYr t L Wllri.1eiasLot Wuf, .W'4 of NEU :Z I 22 20 Ernie Jones 140.7 fe BDRTrf SW%

.* cause, ha\e" levied upon the following said| Board! ,.r OFFItMAL SEAL* ) 1 SID or Lot 13 Lot f of Plk3 Ip Nat of NEW. .SLY oa .

property. situate. lying and .. !. *-'7. It E In or town fly of -Lawtey. W.qe 1. Barber, -a. ".56 Williams, SD; .. hnt' Mae Penaalall 5.S3 ELY' 'of BDRY.XE' tf :sw io
"
4 .
being in
Bradford Florida
q County, ,
to-wit: 3\ 'TIIE VIRCTIT rorRTr'oFTHE Lot % fliBlk lOin IIar'S'' km'es s.n 1 Ix>t In xSWU w.it :z r WLY. PAR RT> 21&'.
KiolirnJininu\ Lawtey E of RY XLY !10'
riH- ELY
on
One lot 420! feet North by South III..D st. .ftt .11. .
I.
-S Ant.i and 840 feet East by West (except niT. I\ .\n: ,"OR HHAUFORtt Com.atSEeorofLot Deed Bit: 70 PG 301 *; I Ct '.i RD %10' To roe 20 7 fl- I. F. E. Thomas '.:3
I arre in Southeast t'OI''T'' AT I.*''' >O. 8160 17 run W PAR with .c:14 of E 396 ft of
Corner) 1:TRK Forfeiture.of the J..akf'"e.. 30 ft, N E][ R/W lnta, John fc Annie SH of of SE h., .
4 ,., lying in the Southeast ('ofnerof : following .. .. '.. 5 WllllaJ s ;l> 25 22 S\Vt4 ::
the SW'i of the SE'i of Section I f scribed Property:( 100' ftto FOB W .' Williams 7.83 H 2 8 7 r22i I-: Eatt-Ua Gibba Et IS.:I
(
s-outk One. 1954! Merctirv utomohile., 15fl. ; 104 ft, E f'ij_ .,
21 East.as 14..T6wnship. 7 Range -aflng} I95S Florida license 125 k't. S 104 ft I ia.Lawtey X 217.50' oV J.3i6.25': II..t. '.. ot XKU 21 7 22 46 Oscar rtriff-!-. lUG
number %.4n! ID Xo. 54SL- E of RY \R 1.ab.1 Jenkins 9.22v of WH Qr- SW.' of : S\VS .of N\V i .. 22 7 n 40 Oscar Griff 11.98

the property of the above named 43096M, One Hom'art water 160.1t of the X 3a I' s j'be.Ptot ,; SWU Ex ".,RW| r,. 22 I n "Edwin Palmer Com aj( SW Cur nt XEH .
defendant, and that on the 1st: day '
.. pump, Mod"l X'". :390SS2! One Lot 1'1 i iYi w't Wl lams 1199Gladys of XK'i 4 gun
of Jun IJiS. Iwtween the legal E ? 1)8.75' o'f N, 4o ft for ron **
electric motor. Serial ,Xo. H54.Moilel town of. Lawtey 0 5 1
hours of saii. namely eleven o'dock Airon Jenkins 31.27 SW'J of SW% Eli 1jfs' 4j4'3'Rw E 210 p
: Xo. ri: ;J2All. five 100 Ih. 01 Ry then ft, X 2JO
In the forenoon and two oYlcxk : Desc. DnS7pm9 IV -
210
S gas cylinders. Serial Xo. LM63891. ft. Ft. S.to
in the art..fnoon. 'on said day atthe :: 1. 11813.; L 524824 and L555592 Corn at NE Cor of Lot 22 'n Warrtaston 8.83 roB i29 t 21 i John Jones CCs:
\ South DVx'r of the' Court Housein / 1i&runW6O ft at NW Cor. of At: Rib \ &
.., !; and X69T)!?. ;4 -- Com. 0. 11
Starke, Bradford County.' Florida ORDER for a rOB'. run 5 94 $W i of SW'i & I'lyipghetwe.n: SuRd 7 .

ai, I will fcffer foV sale and sell This cause coming on to be h4rdn fLoW 60 ft. N 94 1\4 .' ( run S 160' Ft for arOb1ten 21.4 St. ftd.lS. ?

I. to the highest bidder for rash in ( final hearing pursuant t'1 Chaptel' E 60 ft to POB In : I. '. t run E 200) .. Id Wright's Add to. J r, .

bund, the above described property, 56!, Florida Statutes of 19S7. I tows of Lawtey H Ft. W 200 F. Cf Hampton SOSH 7 n I A. 1. cirrer 36.87

Ia. of said defendant, "to satisfy sildexecution. Bradford County a political sub'dU qfjy r:f: 'Lp ter E. Randolph ( XEJi! of SE'i .
'
vision of tht" .State of Florida, /beV .. Et .AI 40.65 Ft.9OFt.toPOBExi | 22 9 22 Raleigh Cox 22.32 &: SE'. of SE'U 1 n 60 Hardin & Wei.Com .
P. D. REDDISH Sheriff' of Brad- log: represented by A. J. Thomas Ccm. at SE Cor of t .. sner 23.55:

,J.- ford -Count,I Florid Jr.. County Attorney, and a dejault.ving"heen Bhl'8&runW' 80 I C'm12'; NW 'or. of at Int of ELY .
4X;:: 4t r.t againstbe t. for POB. run RW line RD
)' entered herein ( a WF. ,,ot SV'. & of .1/10 -
defendants. Freida Mae He'}ton, 3 '21* ft, W 80 ft, S 4 < t *t u. > f f Rub S 210 Ft. E bOO See Line rpn Non .

SOTICE APPLICATION FOR .')id Williams .'inal\<'t" Company, 274 ft, E 80 ft to "'t.Ori.a r PO!. RunS Sec line W. W -

TAT I1KKD.: In.. and the Court havlnRbeard POB' TB Wt-W CTLawtey 10 Ft, E 259! Ft. V 1/19' to ELY RW; It r ,
WOliitns I.%! ,
Beet! I9t.1t. P. S. test imony and received eyidenceotfered Jof Ri ,. Albert X liO JFt, W 259: Ft line of RD 1M S.Ph .
Notice isl hereby given that by counsel' for, Bradford Corn at SW Cor 6t to ros) ... R/W 33To PO

S. JOSEPH G@ IP.I-h the holder of County, and being fully advised Elk.J8 f=- rua 3f 274' Com at XW Cor ot 22 9 n thnJT7 o" fet Al 17."- B 35 1 2! % ')..p. Terrell. 8.'::

the following certificates has filed!' in the premises.* finds 'aat follows; Ft-for a PQJ"., runWptNybO21t.E Let 24 on LakeTlew FCv..- Hi
certificAtes for 'a tax deed to 1. That the .proceedings .In this ( 3 4cr t I SW! of SWU & of Crystal Lake .
be: issued tlWeon.\. The l'#rtlfi'a'te'numhl'rl regular all II' .l 11'' Run E 610 Ft, H UO
cause are In respects, ,. Homesite o.f .It,un. .... .
< and 'years 'Of issuance, and the Court has jurisdiction( of POB In town ofLatey Ft Lot POB.rQnW J. .. .1. .. recorded dl'f'd. .-'" 'Henry H. Homer '.0'

the description of the property, the subject matter" '; E of RY .T- Robert U8t1'a 8.22 50 Ft. S 100 Ft. W .. Lot! SO & 52 on Oak '. *
t
.nd the. nafiies in which it was 2. That the defaults heretpfor I. 'r I .. C0tN IOOFtto of Crystal Lake . *
assessed are as follows. : entered herein against Freida Mae Lot %3A'y.x.IUI u... roB -- 22 9 22 Same Joe Homesitp; of an nn- 1 .

Certificate tf<>. 18 heRon and Wllltajrts Finance.om. In ItovVi. o.' Ute1'' f fr': ; WiIIlatr'la" 6.48 recorded deedIots' -t. E. Gibson: 15.M
S. S-
Year of Issuance J956Description" Inc. be and the are E 'ot Ry .I Joyce Lee t.15
>aiy. same.. .. 1
of Property One lot ereby '< firmed. Lit 24<< lh Town of toft i\ XE ('or' of 28 & 36 on Cypress T"-i: '

100 ft EW by 274 ft X and S 3. Ttat Petltlnneifias prove the Lawtey E of Ry -..' Freddie Bell 5.72 SW of SWU 7iW .. ...., of Crystal ar .* I

in SW Cor. of Lot 17 Ex: S 137 ft. allegations,. of its Petition herein.: Lot 27 in. Town of W87'for POB S Lake Homesate of .. ,

S in awtey E of Ry. 4. Judgement of forfeiture Lawtey E of Ry J. W. Barber:.:-f> 5.7 232.8' Wly 60' X230J6 .... : an un-rt'rdpd!: deed J James F. Adia 15.84

Xame in which assessed Bertha should be entered against one Cl5t S 165 Ft otLot2iTl I > : E 60' to PpB 22 G a WilbnV Royal 2Ol Lot 34 of). Cypress: of -- ..

l'or..ncef! ..*.* ft'rcury automobile! berth 1)sg T6wt of.Lawfey 5 .. .. E ;A.pf r S% of SEU" Crystal Lake %. ; ; ,. '
All of said property being in the I'lorida! license number ,2-4VJ2i.; of Rt : '* ..J. Jessie Le* tarbVr ...... of SW'i of SWU 22 I 33 3 C. A. ('nin., .. 1.10SW Ilomesites' of an on . .

.. County of Bradford, State of Florida ID Xo. 54SL43096M. One Homar, 1 Lot ft NVCOt.: of : of SWU of XEU.of recorded deed Cynthia. Scott:

water pump. Model Xo. 390682 One Lot .42 !beinr 254" N SWU Ex Par Allen '.r'

Unless such certificates' shall be (tectrlc motor. Serial Xo. H54. Mpdel & S'.en R & 25t: X _.J s,iid ., 22W 'I. ,IT John Williams. Eat 3.9* Lots .9 S; f1 .OD Cypress Xo. C56J2A11. five 100 lb. gas of XTrystaJ-
.- redeemed according to law the &S.oflWbyI00EbV iz' of that Porjt
)
property described in such certificate i- cylinders Serial Xo. LM6.3891.' 118.1,3, ft in li&wteyot J1 l 5.43 ofS1of SEU ot Lake yion !littof, .. .. .

$ or certificates'will De sold to L 524S24.! L 555592 and x, 6959..anC1 ord Y ,.f' ?1 .,. Ain. 'Lee... SWU! :t of Gr Rd 23 6 22. Geralo1 L. Crawford 8.33 an on-recorded deed .J9r' Itnnatd ..11. Orlffis 1594
the same allocated to.. Brad I Lot 4: on Cypress of
the .
tIe: highest bidder at court 1AInSW Cor of' tLawrence ,... .
Dated this 1 27 day of' Aril 1959 County, Florida. a political subdi4in Lot '42 In T'o'n Qt E of SEU of SE'i Crystal} Lake Home-
the \:.$ of the State of Florida to be Lawtey E or Ry E.. % F. LaMe flUes.
house door on first Monday In \tm Dt 10.77 Ex Hy i27 9 22 I ')fr t. ESparks E.
Month of June. 1459, which is the 1 devoted to some governmental functional Utln N'VV' Cor .n' .. S't. 118.93 I' '.04
the BoaVd 6f County : Lot 54 'on .
use or W IA or Lot 43in : Cypress of 1'
day of June; 1959. of W
of said County may Com at !liE Cor % Lake .
CHARLES A. DARBY Commissioners town of LawtcY, "E. Han7.L KI\Uu' 3.47 of XE'i of SEU of Crysal nogie-. .
the.sale of said propertyif of
h'lthorize sites
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford : of Ry' or an un-re- ,..
in their oflion such sale would he a S 13! of Lot o : Ef0POB. runW'107.4V f'Ord-d deedLo p
Lot 41
County. Florida. : X 450.53'. .' ...- ;:" i". ...a. William Frost 9.06
.H.
the best interest of Bradford Coun- > 3 of Lake Fed- '
-"it 51. 46 In Lavtey 1 OZ!
V .
4)36) ;,; Amelia I1awldns % E 110.79 t 8 on Ely ford Shores' .

ty.It. Is. consideration thereoT! By5 : ti Pdry of W% 450.9.Jto 1. Dillon Eu son
upon
_
T.F.tiAL OTICE Carlton "-. THlman 22.33svIi Jr-, 33.6
ORDERED ADjrDGED AXDDECREED.1 bLo10ft.N&b340Of&WiflSb' PttB 4 28 I 22 Lot 10 of Lace Bed ,
Sealed bids will be received by
the Florida state Prison at the of- that the following PtOP- ford. ShoresLots .a. Frailer
'k V.
p ,
to-wit One 1954\ Mercury au- ; of SEUNKU j >
tty, ..
ficeof the Procurement Officer Corot Lot 51.6 -, ,.. .
Rover
.\ > > Sf.4'
11- .. So\ct f..s'S t. |
Florida State Prison. Raiford, Florida tomobile. hearinF 193R: Florida Town of Lawtt'I' E'.' .' : ".J.m'u Le'wb : ': E:* LtK 15. 14. *: 15 and .. '. ,
eens number !-4li! %!!, ID Xo. 54SL43096M. sfly in XW Cor & FraN undiv 221! ipt is lotS ..
<< up to and not later than. 10:00A. I 5.43
_
.J a One Homart : .pump. ? ,f'S Brbu Blfc of L T &, 96.0i of Lakeriew 3D II
M., May 21. 1959 tOT8 riou II 'electric )h JQ Poaald E. Champion: Pansy 1. Qnfg-

iJ,>ms .of sack. rags, and clippings tor.Model Serial No. 3906S2.Xo. H54 One, M odel Xo.lQo-C- Lot 12 In.O.tts SiD of. r'1 J.bzie McQuIreof Cos 28 6 22 Lot2of: P/lk A ft ., by .. .: 36.37
4 t.otaS&.7 ofF.lk 13
ant< .
J ids will be for sacks, rags. Lawtry 15.3
f(F.I2A11 fjve 1/111 It>. gas cylinders. f. tot hint In Tract "': -
clippings where and as is. sub/eel i ii> Ori Town of Mrs. W. T. Marshall 145.14 ,
to inspection I Jjrfor to bidding. Bids Serial Xo. LM 63S91. 11813. L 524824 W \ fE': 0' Starke E in Bedford Oaks r 1'r N. D. In\ow\ 15.34
L :5355512>> and X 6959.; _be and. the 3 A -} 4 If. '-" I.
must be on hid forms *hi.-h maybe is hereby allocated to Brad- N4 of %v% 4: ...' Lots I. 3 of Blk 16 ExVr.2 .'. Lot 5 of Rlk'p ifc2 .
same ..
'
from office of the Ft & EX sr 't. .
secured the ford County. Florida to, be usedIn. N\V% of KE4 .et <;*::- .I lth Int in Tract
Procurement Officer. Florida !State CaTd- 35 Ft of Lot.l, :; .
ft 2 .
some governmental function or SW t. 1\ IqhaW E of Bedford Oak -
.
Prison, Raiford, Florida. C # %5.47S In- Orig Town ot \to '
.
ST '
S. ws'e.' t wen. !6.Ob stydi t
Rilcli .
: WindA.
2t 5112 .l't"
67! ; -
can .
e Starke
In
It Is further ORDERED. th4t ,%. of SW% p NE '
-to 'o "i 23.37t.k Ft 'of Lots 2, 4 -II ham 11-77
tfie eventthe: County Gomm'rioft-: % 6 ; zt DtTtha.StniO "P E 80 14otLot10&L.nt '
!. The Cointr Judge' Court 01 ers of Bradford County shall determine of Blk 22 in On* ',1 11g.4 2 11 of bilk A )4$. ..9

Bradford C unty Florida In Pro. that It Is. in the test interest tl r.* Co .10.,. Town of Starke Leon Dicandio Pleasant S/D ItTrict 11 22 Helen .i
We.lls
.. CI bateIN of said i coun\y. sftld property SQ 25 5 22 1 Wilbur._ .Jenkins. .. 3043SW '- &:
RE Estate of JAMES LAWREXCE the -4 "" c'oA ri'ik "E of XE .. nMt.PIeasani'S Martha RadiaillSUrlin 47.71
: le sold. then In.that event, % of SEW..of SE .. .. 1 -
ORK.. Dwea>\uV. H V tlf !sfcid property shall be at &EofNVoL ,' Cor of Broadway & D &: I l. tinSE .

%OTICE TO tO IIJITORSAll public sale to the highest and b sl SE of SE.1 2.. i. 2.. isUu WI1I1td'D1t I Hoyl Sts &: Run X '':, \: 'or of XWVJ being I'.'.
persons1 having claims. or demands bIdder therefor for" cash. after two Est. SU'An 10S F( E; 52 H Ft. -" 716.10 N &: S by-

against the estate of James weeks public notlqe', and the proceeds SE pf SE of .. K 105 Ft'W 52H Ft Cftyoe W. Kelson 38.18 466.10 E & W 7t 8. Saw
& .
Lawrence Orr, ,deceased are hereby shall be paid .a 2j ? 22 I *
said sale. .
from NW3.Ef 2 i' f 3 :th41 'J' 'tiQ; 1.4'1 to POlt j'-j 21 yet Jr.Herman. 12.27

tneir notified claims and'In tW required office to of. file th' inta Bradford Urn Fine County.and Forfeiture Florida Fundof and SE .){.' :\ tt' 0.r4 -1.1.E t ., .Lot 2 of, Blk 1 of Cr 'Elia&ta1 McCoy 1&LbuVrnla \ &' Tract 10 .Carl Vol.. .

Judgi or Tfradford '4 Ex, N tso Ft 2 r- I 2 t Rllf1S Ho rt T9t19.97 E Cos sb.; Ikopf 5D. W. Gra-
County thereof. .
County ,
shall become part bNE4 .. 3: of; Blfc 2 in It Robfti'son 6.S3 "
.
N25OFtoS1 tot. .. lieu
Florida in the County Court HOUR AND ORDERED in Chambers fUI
PONE
4. r.. \' '?18teS U CcmatNEcor ofSW'i -
of SE4 : 26 5 23 T&cos.S1DLkt&
at Starke. Florida. within eight Bradford County. .
Starke. :
at of or NWV t U t & Qf Blk"l m'.. S 2<5' > S. .
WI.
April r .
calendar months from the date of Florida this the' 24th day oT e. at. > ,
the first publication of this notice, A. D. 19:>9.GEO. &: X'4 Of SWj of '1"1' &: 4w'" Of E'4 0.7' for 1 OB Cont S 75'W440'N '. .. (
hf..orn."old Circuit Judge XW U' 5 ZZ 20 RO nt E. Iflklt&1OftT .. 73E -a--- ,
or the same 'will according S I. PATTEX 47.7k .of. ..
to laThir.. May 5. 195g.! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Et AI It Co's 54. .' 'if" J.Jat'k bOlem2ft 5.)1 44Dto) 'POB' IS 8 22 Winnie ilay

First Publication May 7. 1959. 517 2t 514 W.62ofBTc 15ib fo "i' .. Btone 25.97!
EH of SWU of SEUKx \: & E 3t; .of E oJ ; Coin at XE cor. of'4i SW:

: lA-Jn SE Cor 2 t I 22 19 Aaron M. Potts.' 21.91 BUe17 &: 18 hi. ; \ \ run S 170 for .1 ....
NOTICE lAinSECor of SW '1' & Co's SID I ; i.... .raij Coleman l.d pone Cont S 75', W ; ,.

Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be U of SEtt. 28 I 2j 1 Oaessk. Donglasjj 19.40 E38Ft' ofI Lot 3 4 4.0X 75*. E440' to ,.

It 4 sold at Publi auction on the 29th day of May. 1959 'at Starke, the 1 Lot in XW Cor ofLot. t ; y. f .. f&mk. 1$ m LT .. .. If.n POB 1JS I 22 Siary E. Sims
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County of Bradford. State of E\tb TyahIl ,
Florid to pay the amount due for taxes :21 bertg 150' E COSSIP EtAl 2S.JJ
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herein set opposite to the .'. t ; 2A! of W'i of SE
same' together with all costs of such sale and.vUenrrlptioit & W by %90. r\N I

advertising. & S- 33 1 Paul Cra.'forit" ,.Lot'l' r' 4 of Blk..u Li1'1'IL '. Et RW| 14 t 2 2. 2' Ilin\hnme T. Gor
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: S., T. R.I'I'H Owner take* Com at SW cor of ,XW,' Jr. '-93 I"L T & Cos. 5'D' .... ... Jaelson Hicks nm8 10.9' W4 of XW.4 of XE'{ don.. H.8J

.EofNEI". N& U of XWU;,,&. Rtta g W'o'Lot: t of Bit & 84 of E% 23 8 28 260 MlnthorW T. Cordon -

E of River I 4 ''i 19 \ 3 R. D. & Corthy. Cellon2.52| N230ft.fol TOR. 'lOd.din L, T It Co's 1\i"\ I... Farmer' Supply 6V70 XE'4 of XW!i _.. 25 t n 40 S. E. K'f'nnedrlU8 ZU'
XEU of XEU Ex I. E 780 ft. X 450 ft. :..l' .. ;. .- Com at SE or of XEHrnft ;

'. S Drainage Easement : W 7St!) ft., S, .$O't" tt; f. s ,tl r Elk It .. ClLdyi KarrilttOfl 47.96 .W '505* for POB .. .
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RW! I 36 S :20! 40 Alfred V. Everett 47.28 : POB Ex St 'S. ..IdLT& ps Add X U20': W55. J 126r .

Lots 13 14 of Elk 29 RW t > 35EH i 22 I SkrtfTHamiltonS .n ::1.0\: 10 :of 'mk 26 ici; i-j: Glady. HarrhictOD 41.U SELY 3.5'', E 1805. p. .
in town of New oft>i of SW L.T & COB Add .'- .FOB .5 -
hoberta ; .. a'a s to -Yf 3 n X 4'yton4
: 1 River %!-C 6 21 R. C. Baldree 5.30 H 35 23 .%t ErA 23.97 Ft : 4 11 Templ's Add S lac Services

Lot4of.I3lk 32 *n Fd I.o\8 '- 2 &: 3 fI1tk. Com at J5fe eoI' of NE '6 ". 12.27 I
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town of New Com atXE tor ot W .... f .1. to Junlce Anl..It "! 25.01 run W 523$'. NW

S. River 23-24 6:6 Jessie Sewetl Eat' G.:: % of SE:' .of.XW.U ,'. ..... Lots ;. 3-' of R1. d LY: 16 .5' for POll *. ,.. f .-

s'. of SW'i of XW & rjin s:9VttV: : ;. '. '.1.In J. M.2ohneAd .. zt. N 1185'. WLY on Wline f' ..
so 4.C' U 31 6 20 10 Queen Est "Gantlinf 5.72 207 ft S 30 ft W 483 '1( -".. _. _'Jir.". SOlepb Cumber 55 SLY 1100' 4 t ." '.

Lots 1 2 10 11 of Blk ft X 330 1tol R 419 ..i'... .... tIlL .Jl. N Cor _t.IJr" Sr. SJtSE' SELY ,Z0TtoO., : -
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1 in Ward CityJ 8 'l:0. G.. H. rarker.5.U. ft N 690' Ft E 200 ft" \ ',h -._,' :':" : of.E: : ... "i ; Bor' 24 1 U Zr C.' d Ho. an 32.71Ipg
4' 1 A $; Q in SW Cor of"
to POB alo.SH ,. Nt14: : W 333 )t.: S : ,
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One A'Irf XW Cor of ... of XH of XEU .. 'ft N,50; ftOt p CR line of HWY For
L Ex 1 Lot n 22 IU1Cf' .
XW'; of SW' ie1ngAEWby along PQB' a .Le1a' Bocklf's 21, ntt\'WLY'h 8 .
t Hwy 301 in XE Cor -- .
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being 250E & W -
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of SWU of 9WU 14 t 2i 22 H- 8. Crosby 11.77 by597.5"N&: S fc Lake to "Int from'POB .
TV' 1221 :.3 Ft of EH ExVI4: of ;$".' Wt 1O..Ft"POB .$ I5Ft "- 25 I 22 Albert Nelnon
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of xwu & fen WH ofr.; 1\ 4, U. 23, Bradford FaraUurs for WSOFJS.100FtE then p c CM at XE "Cor 'tf 4H ..... -4 n.47

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BK 84-64 17 'l :0 82 1. C. (,It''mmona tUBE Sj'of: SE$ of, 8W ;' ( Ik tin' E iiO'or 100' to.' ...i't. !

of SEU Of RW i pf XW 17 CU. MizyUe Lou De- Butler Court SD: Glanl.tn Ta.83cf Be*. 25XW I CJydt Cart.r'

S & SWU( of SEI( 17' ''Z 20 60 H. 1. CrolbY' %!.S3 :. > St* '- .- 1S.67" 1.\111 BW Cor of Lot 4 Sper9E... 'i of SW 4 15NK S *% lOr. 8.E.'Kennedy 5.43
All XEURiyer N or E of W 9 A of XWU.of 1 J\1.k tZ,.In Gas-# a 4kizeAtd of XK'4 of KB. &.. I:..'.' lUG
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:0 ''i :0 :0 II. B.. Cro'bJ' 5..% of SWH-EX Xl A'.i' : ? '. ?.: tn1totla Cou t. '4 2' I 22 \9 Minthroni T. Cor.

:: C!;L ; Annie Goodwin 25.61 11.U don
WH of NWof fSH f & 1 Sq .t 1 la StCor 0) : Rosier Eli ofSW3.fNE 7.U
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XWt,4, t 21 7 %t :0 .. B. Crosby. 1.45 2A, In Xlf c6t"of* 1:;% t E'4 d t W4 29 9 n" \! An 1I- W. IVrnTIS 19fl <4 2< S 22 29.tatt1e. : Cue 10.27
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of XEU', of SEU 210 lS1i.AIltSWCorof: Crt 1220' W 11*' '

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SE .Oor. S4 5 :1 Lem&JohnsO l'I' t.d ft :f,0\. S r }f ftl William 'iWilliam ySOJl JI' 4442 1 .1 of nlk '! .. In .. %, S 71 Deic W 400' .... f.

SH of XEU of XEUEH 10 6 :21 : 11. J. Thomh 7.95 N of E %,3 of XWH .. .., L1nfoWtfl1 'Wllllal1l llc1lod 141 for POB, Conf SW .

Lot 17 of of SEU Blk.l 4f XEU Crosby 2: 21 :0 "t"rilie. .. E. ThorntoD :3,41. of .XE% is C 23 13. Tysea Jr 14:943A.kSdtnc. Lots i 01gr f, B1 IS In ....' ,k.. ...... LY 100' ff 10 Deg. .

Lake Shores : 1r'1elAis1Ie. 4 5.7! in. DD -. .V ,} J\ b ,......" .... inl : )Vga AUen n.n W 260"'to Lake ,. .. -.. ...
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.BK 60 Pg 339 IS ZJ'" t. & '1"11 .. 3'or I' XELY on Lake 100' e V *
Elks. 33. 34.1 35 in S'r3Dt LatiOIiS I.lsI 7i 10 Deft E 110' .
SWU of XW :
f Cigr CottleI .
Crosby Lakef Shores' 1.40 .Joe E.. Sta.rling3.31 y ii -S
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1 LotlyinginSECor n C 22 "'-7 b t4POBorLot 1C 14nrs 9 %2.J E.r I. Procter j 2C.6I

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of beIng a -
of SWU SEU 'S,,"% .., r 1:' 0\ IOIVt1 I I roB Cobt W 13'' V' .,. h Bee : vr of sW
420 :Ft.N & Say II' I 23 ; I
I Sla\1e\ sds 1\. Us t tit ft E 214* .i. ror pf See JJ-8-22' as .- ,
840 ft E & W 14 7 21 Truby W% Of -Of 21 ft to POD R/W jtn V' Medlin 11.93IA POB, S 20T tl) Lake ,
Lot 8 of Blk 3 in Graham XEU SE Et I ZZ ETeTett W. ;., "
;.. 20 George Good. Ret to POll &: run h
w r... Rat\ff bitB 4:i t 11' U Wine 18.77 jIo, Ft So. SE.i .'j- W m Sec* Line $2.3'S .
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40 Ft of St between > .. .'
Ra"iff EH' of XEU ASEU CoV of XEU Ex 200' to Lake. ELY ;:J.t;, .7. ,
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Bits 3 & 8 in Graham '- h "
atfeb b-t along Lake
b < E1V2A: in XE delIi I 22 R7Wa.. :- "4 U It :.. 1. J. a Barton I.U 62.5 ,

W 319- of Foll'com on \ L6t3 of Blk 3 in _;. O.m .399. Ft W ,f J't:' ,.. tRd RfW. f J4 9 n .trtmim. E.- W1t.

Stine of X,,,'.. of Green AWPl* ;fl Cor t I: rub lIly .. 32.0J
XEU: on W. line of Louis Ifflienf. t.1 I S llft:Ft wIn Ft U '. Per at 7SS E of XW t
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Ry & run X on :. d..w I' ,1'f' '"%'Ft.E 399 Ft. __ : I.' CorOfSec.537r .

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Com. 520'W of SE CorofLot60&runW 2 A ia SW Cor of -J57 35 f ,tt ;' lame, K. 1e" 2(.4T
.. -, I' 1 Lot in SW Cor:'pf. : '. t:&.;; .cf 'SE corn Lot 49 in- Isdiaa ,, -

104 X208'. E bO4' B5S of. RlW. t.W Beach JI.. WhtUhead
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S208' To POB n s 2: Riford Miller '.n TeftpS S.D being 4. /V Ui' "I'N 41%'. t> .1 ;H 3..JLkELLY4.-
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Lots 3, 14 in Wood-. appro*. lGt.E Jt W" .. \g'. W -- :
lawn '15 I n 20 Fred 1'. %\athct lU by iar K 0S Jl I d .Jah..L-Gr1 :a.ith Z52.E-te-B'eg- 1.15 I.II. 3 Hailt1a.Harat __ ZLU Tax ColJectorrBrafffor4 CoJnty. Fla.
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1 -tftt7tSQAjr MAY 11,_ 1959 -__ "-BRADFORD. C"OtNTTtELE6R. !C''sliaillCE. .FLORIDA. -- '. TACE tttTENto
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; : y.t; 'fr.t yt.'fjf Mention'i Auxiliary fo ttte" Ml.: .. iit.f'yf .yit ..Yyt E; .'Stanl"nd hildten 1 all a girl. Shjrlcy Ann. born May 9. minutes and 50 seconds West a Quarry; Arnold If. Ch.ltH: Call

Sinai Missionary Baptist Associa- distance of 471.9 feet to a point; JrhnLucid: Johns K''<"THI.|,; 8.
i : COLORED oi Gainesville; Mrs. Iva Mae Har- The paternal grandparents are rail .theme South SI decrees, 21 r... Joaat Jr.; 'KllffV' .*d.n: W.
i't :ion. Rev. G. G. McArthur, Mod- BROOKERBy rell of La Crosse; Mrs. L. L. Parker. Mr: and Mrs. Albert Norman of minute East IST.l feet ta T. WaMInLeo -WJg;!n*; philliiiftoderr
erator which will at New point;'run thence South 1 degrees, 'Edna Sttider; Garnet Fluder;
convene Mulberry.Mr. .
..CITIZENS BRADFORD .- Mrs.-Doris Kelley and daugh- .
OF > COUNTY -: ( I minute and 20 second Wen a OIIteJ'.R.'Ha7e.: and Betty Jl. :Hayes
_. ... .'" Bethel .Baptist Church, Starke, Barbara- Davit *er Dotti, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.Sowells and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas distance of ti M feet to the a. .defendant* br. A. J. ThJ.ua4s.

... Rev. A. B. Vinson, pastor. The Sue cf: Brooker, and Mrs. and family of Brooker visited foresaid Northerly boundary: run end his wife. Eva Mae Thomas '.

ByOx rai.SkeflAA1AIA1AAAAALAAAAA1AAAAALAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA4AAA termon at 11 a. m. will be delivered ;I ..aaaaa..AA.. .A&&a&. .. Donnie Robinson of Ft. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and thence boundary West along, a distance said Northerly of- tour rtlntC. In t. Above fUt

j : Dy the pastor Rev. George, Those spending Mother's Day family, Sunday. !lO:;.. ret to .point of beginning.Tarrel ; II cUM wit tba retaov
W. Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and Tw cc.nd from and quiet and
Lee. with music by the choir.I
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with Mrs. Mr.
S. M. Mott
EUti'"!prhIi Vacation third honor student. Tomrflielane. All members arc asked to attend.. daughter Glenda were Sunday were I* Tfc.* ('ln.I. foart or Florid The East Half' (EH of the the plaint iff sititl* lo, the

: *:?:Snnttay/Mtty-ld" ( Mrs. Maude E. The program will begin A. Williams reporter. {luncheon guests of Mr.. -and Mrs. and Mrs. M. L. Tilghman and niKhtb Jadirlal. llrrail.. I. tad F.r Southeast Quarter (SK'i) of the rribed simple title lands.8 thereto an' indefeasible against (#
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children, and Mr. and Mrs. Pas- Bradford (...t,. !. ( ha. .r.rr. Southwest Quarter (SW.) and
ilf t-IMt' Starke for MID Neck, Diomptly at 8 p. m. To all of, Annual Men's and Women's Day'J. B. Kelley of Lake.Butler. ro Mott and children of Gainesville Dorothy La w"-'n. Plaintiff, $. all that portion of the1! Southwest laird, of. og nd nttt 0 ynn;lAd
these activities most Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and Charles Lawsrm.! Defendant. Quarter >(SWS> of the Southeast r"'k are le.b-"llf9Md orf'rt4and
Long' Island N. Y. after having you are will held at Pleasant Grove
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and Rev. Thomas of High > !!<"* or P. Ilratla Quarter (SEU lying West rfqulrpd ti
I iperit more than a week with her ccrdially invited. Eddie Tomp-j Methodist Church, May 17. be- J taby of Jacksonville and,Mr. and I Springs. Those calling in the afternoon To: Cbarl?., Lam-jnm I2J Prrry of State Road 200. all lying and .tIH t.f to the rtmmlalat ia.

I Bother?; Mrs. Laura Whitmore. kins principal. Mrs. F. S. PierceSr. g'nning at 10 a. m. with Sunday 3 Mrs. Bill Genovar and children were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ir Tou trt, are Ilichmnnit.hereby notified Indiana. being South.in Range Section 21 :East f. Town in ,&Bradford tp.7- asid!. that
5fiurfn. the wihter Mrs. Magee .. Class Sponsor. School, in charge of Bro. Leo, of Gainesville wjre.Mother's! Day Wheeler and sons Mr. and Complaint for di\orve has len filed a I County. Florida elclnslt fr Stacks Bradford' Countt.
WOrki ttr" Hobe Sound. She was Fashion Revue DeSue ST.Afternoon. I j I J guests of Mrs Groo! r Thomas. I'[.cam-it yOU in the above nyla i I of the right of way .f Stat. ) on or bftotr the IS day e f
Mrs. Royce Gainey of Jacksonville Mar 1>SJ. and' to
court. and i Road. IS and J U.I ,1tlte. COPT
Miss Rebecca of Jack- you are herehy required
tble to spend part of Mother's The HOmemaking classes of activities will open i I Thomas thereof on TBefon Tarn /r'.
Rev. (I JWn'
and Mrs. H. H. Mott and son I I' a tvpy of your Answrr or Parcel ThrrrThe
'flay al' home.She is also a regu'lir RJE, taught by Mrs. O. W. at 2:30) with'a hymn by the choir.]]itcnville I was the weekend guest and daughter. and Mr. and Mrs. II'i'' other pleading to the Complaint on I i West Half (W%) of the Is rlalntifr:. Post ittorrtey.".whose 7> addreti
e Star
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I ) suTserftter of the Bradford George. and the new adult class Bro.! DeSue will give a prayer,I icf I her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Bob_ the Plaintiffs attorney. Edgar Leo I Southwest Quarter (SWU), Florida Ofl.before said!date." /,
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Milton Mott and sons. i!(I Johnson. 17 S.V.. :nd Street, and the W.st Half (""I.) of the ( *
dotmty- Telegraph. Why don't 'youj will present the latest in fashionson Mrs. Irene Kelly will make the I)!Thomas. Mrs. R. F. Gano was weekend CamcsTille.. Florida and file an Southeast Quarter ( Ef1) of the 'e.ulre Kv the L a-Kv of Florida
Florida Rulee
j i rtrfjsiribe for the paper while you Thursday May 21, starting at welcoming address, and Rev. H i Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas r I''. '':-!lE'lnl1nlWt"r: or other, pleading : Southwest Quarter (SW'.) of thl tf of do Ct'l. Pr, .-
?uest of her children. Mr. and i in tile Offii-e .#urt. yon to fal
of the Clerk of the Seition 24 t:
South
me away 'on vacation this sum- I 8 p. in. You win miss a real treatif J. Blunt pastor of the church,and II children and .Mrs. Bishop Mrs. O. R. Gano at Swan Lake. I I Circuit Court on or before the lath I, Range 21 East Township: and al"n all of rree pro ronfe will be enteredagilust

r ,ncr add keep up with the doingstf you do not attend this produc- will present the speaker. C. C. '. Thomas, and children were .day of June. U 5!I. I that portion of tbe Northeast In t you complaint for the relief demanded
the" folks look tion. Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. Herein fail not or a Decree Pro Quarter (XE1*) of the Southeast h :
back home? We Anderson principal of Lawtey IT
I VTFTTTTTTVTTTVTTTTTTVI'f' CVnftww nil lie entered against' Quarter (SEU1 of Section IS ncm: r ORDERED that
,Tonntrd to seeing Maude during Thurston Ekm.: School Junior High. andMrs., E.; C.. Lewis of Starke.Jo ,"u for the reiiff demanded In the %3. Township 7 South. Range 21 thin Order and Xotire shall be poD

I f he5 fall when she will be enroute The annual sermon of the Mrs. L. M. Royal, second speak- Ann Thomas of Jackson- Complaint. Ea!'t lying North and Easterlyof li hed onci each .t.f4 four to"slut"e -
weeks'
(te liote Sound for the winter.Mi& Thurston Elem. School will be ti, will be introduced by WilliamT. yule is vacation,: with her father ; NORTH SIDE a This week' order for to four be (published H on.TitMe once Santa thewatf'rs Fe Lake sometimes edge of known Little Telegraph la te newpa Bradford rpjblliihed

i Ethel Singleton, daughter delivered by Rev. S. J. Simpsonat Holland. Other attractions will and sister Tioy and Patricia weks in the I' ..df..rd County Ttlfjraph. as Hampton Lake and Including 1f Bradford Count ,
Mt. Nebo Thomas tot week. Mrs. a newspaper published in all riparian rights) exclusive Flora having a ..nePI <
I ef "Mother Lula Singleton. arrivedi Baptist Church' be a reading by Mrs. Frances a By Carl BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Uradford ('ounl. Florida. of the right of way of StaleR within ".ie Ounty ,

i Mother's Day and will spend Sunday, May 17, at 2:30: p. ra. Pierce and a solo by Linwood Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand j' I'ne and Ordered at $tarke-. ad 19.! ill lying and being in WITNESS! MT HAN'p a! Clerk of

the'summer in Starke after having I You are kindly invited to attend Crawford. The Fiesta Social Club son and. Mrs. Ben Faulkner We Florida this !Mh day of )iay.sPFFIl..I 1!>3!I. Bradford Count Florida. the CIreiittCout of Brdford Conrf
hope had a pleasant ,
everyone SKAL) GREETINGS: Ton are BCrebr ty. flarlda. and the see, of saU
worked on the East Coast for the r this service and see your child wll also take part. rnd E. C. Lewis of Starke were Mother's Day. S| Charles' .\. arby, Clerk ofCircuit ; notified that a suit in equity bus C'furL at. Starke Bradford County

: "in'.!,; She is a faithful memberCf in action. Thursday May 21, at Taking part in the baby contest Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Court Bradford County -.1 eon brought against you and each Florida. this Uth day ot April tUP.
"I Sunday morning we had an unusual Florida. of and also against Pradfortt SRAI
Mf. Moriah Methodist Church :30 p. m. the commencement ad- at 4:15in be Gail Marie Woodrow Thomas. I you )1tl crnc'T' )
but inspiring church serv- j hdgar; Leo JI>hns.ttorn y County. a political subdivision e-t >D CU.\RLE'' *
fchtt i member! of the choir. Herp3rrnts dress will be delivered by J. D. Hudson, Gail Roberts, Paul Leon Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Elder of ice. Instead of fur Plaintiff P, O. Uox 231 the State of Florida: Georgia (" ttk .DARP1 Cour of BrUte ,
the regular preach-j tomiI
and friends were happy Gieene assistant principal of Jenkins Jr. and Rudolph Lennon. Mobile, Ala. were weekend guestscf Railway
tag: -service we Had good i i4 4t ct I t-ny.. a foreign corporation; P. A.
oldfaj j A. Tawn":
1 lc have: her back. She is former RJE High School. He will be introduced Other activities, which will begin Mrs. Verlie Johns., chioned: Gospel singing by the rrin..on: T j. Perrr. also' known I'.I O. Drtfrtr 711Starke. jr. +

'i'e-rresident:: of RJE-PTA and) by Eddie Thompkins. at 6:30: will include sermonby Miss Myra Taylor and fatherof '!. The. Orrvlt ('.'urt Of The Kltfeth as Jeff Perry, Ida Wiggins H. B. Florida '
choir and congregation plus spe-1' Judicial firm Of Flwndn !. I Wiggins: Gnsie! Durden; Nets Atttnttr for .
will; vork as a volunteer for the incipal of RJE. Mr. Green is Rev. S. W. White and Rev. Santa Fe 1I'ere.Saturday guestsof Johnson Pi intr. .
cial numbers by Bro. Carter his'' -tad For Bradford COB."y. la I : r r> Trral C. W. Me-- 'JJ! S'tl10TICK '
Cancer Drive this month. a dynamic speaker. Plan now to George Lee, selections by the Mrs. Verlie Johns. (_.I1..ry. 1 4
I daughter Jean Harold Alvarez
Cancer Dive hear him. Twelve children will Brooker choir, prayer by Deacon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of u.n.i...e X.. 12-73a 1 I
and Myrtle Alvarez.At I A. J. TIIOUan": his! wife. f! fn : IU*.
Th"e' Cancer Crusade Chairmanfor receive certificates and will en- Gilmore and reports by clubs. Gainesville were Sunday luncheon iv.\: MAE THOMAS. Plaintiffs. X.tl" I" hereby given that the following" *> crtbed lend will| he sold

,"Lights On" is Mrs. Margaret tfr RJE next term to complete Chairman of the program is !Jests of her parents, Mr. and th? service corsage were I WILMAM C. TEMPLE et at, Defendant at Jplllr.t'n. at 12:00 o'clock n *m. on the 3th day of June A n
to the oldest moth- l':! rtT Hall. City of Starke. County of ?
given visiting Bradford
Stale
DeSue. She will lead the marchon elementary school. Let aH of us Clarence DeSue and co-ehair- Mis. Mi O. HarrelL M IT TO QI'IKT TTTI.EORDKR Frida. to plY the amount 4lie! for fate horein set o
to
Friday night May 15, in the hope for a brighter day. S. C. men are Mrs. Ruth Holland Albert j Those on our sick list this week el and..to the oldest and youngest OF ITnMT'ATlO.V s.nik together with all costs vf such sale and O"Jote. lbs

interest of Price, Principal. are Mrs. Ruby Hodges, William Northside mothers. Mrs. Litha .VOTICK TO DEFKNTX
prevention and cure Tyson and Mrs. CatherineDell. 9.I T. H. .
Barber 86. of Baldwin the In The Name Of The State Of 1f'.rl.tl. rve OwaefMr Tate*
funds for the American Cancer Anderson Jr. IIi. Harrell and Mrs. T. B. Edwards.We was Florida To: -

Society, Bradford County Chapter May Day activities Thursday, Women's Missionary And Educa- wish them a speedy recovery. oldest visiting mother. Mrs. Sarah William F. Trlnks. and his' wife. i lot 336 31 n.X E&'*S wl.r in .

14 will feature numbers Mrs. Doris Alvarez Mrs. Sponholtz and Ltnore Trink!!. whose residence I It ia XW f XW' '
Cancer can be cured if caughtin May tional Convention Will Be Held Chambers and Miss : STewJrrsey (m ; ofXWH
Grant Street.
time. We ask all parents and from all the schools in the coun- At New Bethel Bobby Hodges of Jacksonville and Mrs. Shirley Gaskins- also received : Audrey Johns Ramsay.! CBristle, Lot of 2 In Sunny % C 2! 2 Alma Hough S.:

fiiends of better health to support ty. May 20, Closed Musical Banquet The seventh annual session of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and corsages. .whose residence. is 105: Azalea Road..ugtta. !A.r..!rk f Alberta Tyon i.7|
by the Music Department children of Americus Ga. Although the steeple has not Georgia: Hampton Beach Lot 4 of Hlk In Sunny
this were
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drive. Our minimum the Women's Missionary and Ed- Development Compiny a din rr*(! Acres
quota is $100. We hope we can bea rill be given under the direction scational Convention Auxiliary to 1 I weekend guestsof, Mr. and Mrs. yet been put on the church wed domestic corporation. and A. A. l tnt. .. 9. & 18 of111k ftob rt Dell l.7J

two-hundred of Mrs. Z. P. Jennings assistedby Even Hodges.Mr. have our church bell and expect Inirden. the last named tt'"idt'nta..nt j 3 in Snnny Acres Alfred Barnes
percent group. the Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist I of said corporation. J. A. Mc-. 4 I

Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar is County Miss W. M. Cromity.Commencement Association will be held. May 14- and Mrs. Albert. .Rain of it to ring out next* Sunday.Happy'birthday Cracken. R !.. Kile. A. A. Dnrden. i SWt, of Blk ( of _.

I Chairman. I will be Thurs- 17, at New Bethel Baptist Church. High Springs were Monday afternoon I to" Gregory Alvarez TV. W. Simmons, and II. A. DePutts. I R 3 W Tt'mJ S/: ) 21 :2 2 'I Maritit
the last known offh-ers and directors -
RIE Commencement Calendar clay: May 28, Address by Max guests of her mother Mrs. who celebrated his 9th anniversary Bane S
I Activities will begin Thursdayat of said corporation whose residence Lots S 7 of .
Final examinations will'be given well W. Saxon Coordinator of 6 p. m. and sessions will be Mamie Hedges. last week. Also happy are nnknom-n; and Kile In- in .8 n( S Ril 1 Lroy Lung, Jr. S.lJ
birthday to Mrs. J. B. White. Maythey *esfment Corporation. a dissolved Lots! 5 & 6 of Blk 22 ,
Curriculum for. VoIusU Miss
May 18 and 19. All students Secondary Ca.oKn McDavid of the
i, held each morning, afternoon and domestic corporation and J. M. Wile I In X. Reno S D ;.. Lloyd .
should attend school so they may County Negro Schools. Mr. Sax- evening, through Sunday. University for Women in Georgia ;<, both be blessed with many and Mima A. Kilt! the! last!' known L'ts4& 5 of Pl ., Aldrid. 2.1

take their exams in order that cn is the former principal of Worship services, musical services and .Miss ..Nanc Cannon of the I more.I officers and directors of said corporation 22 in N.flno Cora Lee Aldridge !
I t t'Tuesday whose residences ate Lot 5. 22 of Blk 1 inCahatran .S
night May 12 the un-I .
they to Green CQve Springs Dunbar High I University; of Florida weekend ,
may pass the next grade. and study and leadership were I l.nown; and William C Temple: S P Th T-ll

Other activities are: primary School and is a dynamic speaker.For tcurses will be conducted and guests of'-Mr. and -Mrs. FredMcDavid. Black. Creek-, Brotherhood Association I, C. Temple: Emma Sisco: May J.Parkhnrst lot of RIk I in Oa- t" .Rb'r '.
he win meet 'at North Side at ; Levy Johns also knownas hagan g D Ex R W Aaron IlolUy 1.7f
operetta. public .
"On the Roard to Moon- many years was business
sessions held. I| I erl Johns; Pizarro K. Mayer?; I I
light Town" May 20; Fashion, iclations' director and business Saturday night will be Talent j! Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Crtson were 7:30.Mrs. S.mon J. Tempi: John' F. Sesco; Lot. 3 of P.Ik 2 in Ga- -

Revue, May 21; Annual sermon manager of Bethune-Cookman Night with the program conductedby i i Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Litha Barber of Baldwin is John F. Sisco; Perome Parkhurst; began S'D Rlk Lry Lennon I.i'
Ptrrien Parkhurst!' ; Hattie N. Lot 4 of 2 in Ga-
which will be given Rev. College Daytona each. Ressie Colson of Starke. visiting her daughter, Mrs. P. SD
by Mesdames Pauline Marshall, IrookS Mayers; T.r. Williams; hacan Roy L. Morcland I.7t
Chell Morris. 3 p. m:-May 24 6at-1 We regret the illness of the Pparlie Scott and Frances Jen&- Mrs. Thomas Hamilton and B Jonns 8t fe present time. Henry Saxon; John Dyal: John Fng- Lots !. I. '15 of Elk Z j
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bleasdaleof gaul; Andrew Fugazzi: Linnie Williams In Oahag-an S P William Wesley 331
Monday, May 25: CcJniinencenient'l class sponsor, Mrs. C. Johnson, ins.VVyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. children are'Yisitfng her parents.Mr. ; P. K. Myers Sarah :M. Black- Lot. l! 2* of RIk 5A

RJE auditorium: Night, but hope that she will be with us and Mrs. Mack McCloud of Keystone Hugh were Satur- wtll; E. H. Hardin: Josepn C. Lot. 11 of IMk 3 ofiahagan f
theme daysupper guests of Mr. and Keene; Jerry Keene lAiclnda ( S D Ramp Cohen :,
;
of which will-be "Lefs Get. fcr commencement. Atlanta. Ga. for a few days. Lot 10 of Blk 3 in Ga- .
I'erry: James K Gates: Samuel C.
Ahead." Wednesday, May 27. j i The valedictorian for the ninth Mrs. C. H. Crost of Manchester Mrs. Johnny Cowart. Lane: Susie B. McLemore: Henrietta hlnO WHile Green 1.7JWilliam

Facts will be brought out aboutthe' rrade class is Herman Johnson. THERESSA Tcnn., S. I. Edwards and Mrs. We missed Mrs. Ola Sapp at I.,. Earle: John C. Edie. Thomas WFitts r.t 3 in Ga I
l Leona Houston. Shelton Edwards church,Sunday. Sbe has been ill : Edwina Roberts: TV. G. i, haxan SD W. Parker 1.T
graduate who goes on to'!: ralutatorian. of Tampa were Veal; S. n. Jolla",; Eleanor \>rtrtes -
tpllege and the one who seeks employment j Come out and hear the wonderful weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. end we hope she WtIr soon be well Sharpe X. .\. Lane; John I ComatNWcnroffllk '. ; "
I B.v Roth Griffis again. Kamher; Jane M Faucher; I). B. SofflF.&run .
after high school. Come addresses by these two young B. Edwards.Mr. Nolan: Vina Turner; J. H. Black- S 50 ft for I POB. c

out .U1
'p ft, the advantages of dch.SpeakeI' grade class at RJE next term. 0 sons Mrs. FHye Johnson and children !tjrttmtteti Jto Bradford County Hos- Kiskswx i Joins:;',M ry, .,.,WebU: May Webb; \POP 10 In ft.Temple;i l it ti D) P.,_I", t'.' ..0 ... .,.. .
W. LlThigstbit
wifl be Mary Helen C. O. Anderson, principal, C. service at Hope of Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. 'ita1' Saturday ing.. We wish jacob Avie Dyal: ;Charles George S. Fuggaczi:; E* R'W : J 5' 22' ,.. Ella EUeraon Sot

Baptist Church Sunday was well Herman him a speedy recovery. Mary Fuggaszi H. H. flall;- J. H. Lot X of Blk 2 in Sat. .
White, Hazel Tyson, Joseph Jen- 'Johnson. reporter. Waters of Gainesville enjoyed ; Ruth M.. Pentalall ...'
Williams s D
attended. Rev. Rawls of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sapp P1ae-k""IJ: M. C. Webb; J. C. SCorn
kins Tommie News a weiner roast at .Hampton t'.r of
Lane
Huff Jimmie Church; Keene; Elixa Keene: Martha Keene: at \ -
Scott. Joan Jenkins. Helen Bright.I' Antioch Baptist Church will a former pastor of the Lake Saturday night. of Daytoiia Beach spent the week- 'John Alexander Graham: Kittie M. :\1 i of swy & . I ,
church delivered end with their and (; J. D. MrLemore J. R. Earle, Erni 1 i !.e .
nrtes D gs. and Jessie Franklin. cooperate with the Seventh An- the morning Mr. and Mrs. MarTin Stokesof parents, here ; : Line iU ft for .
Jr.: J. C. Edie: T. W. Pitts: Charles P'
TIe valedictorian is Jimmie Scott,| rtial Session of the Woman's message. Edgar, Mrs. Herman Waters attended church at North Side. Roberts; Lizzie Harris; Jessie 6. thtf X 809 .
ConALVAREZ' A bountiful lunch served VernonJohns- of Jacksonville Seals Julia Johns ,'". R. Lane fi ft. S 300 ft, W '
Salutatorian. Joan Jenkins and"Missionary and Educational was end children and Iris Lee Johnsonof ; : : ISO ft to POB tZs S 13 John Lennon S,f,
rnd fellowship enjoyed by those Gainesville visited h1parents: Mr. and Mrs. John Fancher: Jane M. Fancher;
were.,Sunday guestsf
Delia Cason Ella Faucber J. It. -
Clothing attending.P. P. B. Johns! last week and all ; ; 1n.;;' of w'i of
the Edd Polk family., Turner: A. A. Durrfen: W. S. Futch; '
[ STORE1Ien' IIHfl A. Dampier of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Williams went fishing. Together they Mrs E. I* S. P. Kirksey: William ji De-nr of .S\V4 DC37-PO V* 'jGladys
II 1894 .
vited! his son and daughter-in- and daughters Gladys and Mar-1 caught 100; fish, H.\ Webb Moore:: Ella Mary C.C. Webb A. Johns; Jeremiah. : Bolen! 25 :? I 22 -Uamnf ton a.i

law. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier joie of Dundee \t'ereeekend I1!, Gale Martin celebrated her 14th Hall; Silas Futch; Tempy Jones; Com at of"f XW ror ofSW't *

Wednesday. of birthday anniversary with a party Margaret Pare: Myra Fancher; L. S 2t. ft. E 100 ,.
r guests the G. W. Davis family. B Brown run -
Rhodes: Millard : Myra
j TK6 perfect tribute to \ Mr and Mrs. Jim Phillips and I I Mrs. R. J. Waters. Odell Waters, la the City Paik last Thursday. Faucher; Alie L. Johns; II. A. Wil- f IAA for ft.a fP run ft.

:' ron visited relatives in Miami end: Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Williams, After the guests enjoyed games, 1'ams: Nellie i':. Pumett. E. H. Cord !NlAnft.W2SIftto .
eherUhed mefnory d : Isabella Groom: J. II. Ross': l.t1
a I Et Al
.t during the weekend. Pit of Dundee.and, Mr. and Mrs. f :r Shntents were served by hostesses J. M. Dereneau; T. L. Garret: J. POB 22 1'2 Lnl. T.o
r of -
f \ Rev. and Mrs. Paul Murray and 1 G. W. Davis and children were Mrs. Carl Thomas. Mrs. Watterson; E. II. Gowln: Mary rn,\\ 'A of XW to'1. &

Every funeral that we con 4 son of Lake Wales were recentguests Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. Myrna Martin. Mrs. Suzie Clark, t.Owen Prown Owens.: Sylvester Jr.: Robert F. T CJardner Hemp-: run E '11 I\ft. S lift

i dutt is a source of sustaining of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and Mrs. B. Waters of Gaines- Mrs. Frances Tyre and Margaret stone; A. :M. Harkett: Mary I. Me-1 I' 3 ft O ft.for S POB.100 ft.run W W 5ft 1

solace Gnann. ville.. Brown. 'all: John Ferdinand FiiKgazzi: : POll 22 22 ", Salli_ J Joe Williams ..1
: and spiritual inspira- tr. ))* Martha A. Houser: Pauline Clayton: X 100 f tl)
.tl on' to the family. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of r Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Mrs. We are happy to have Mrs. Til- Mary Adanm Dicks: J. F, Johnson: Com at XH tr' ofsV 4. .. '. -

.. J Ocala visited friends and rela- :Mattie SOt'ells'attended the big lie visit us at Sunday evening 1 A nicp L. Harper: Mima Kilf'.J. t. of SW'( run .
P-ritt Dekle Juanita Kile Sarah S
: :
Hundreds of details are managed and economically tives here last week. meeting at Zion In Jacksonville rvices. She played the piano Temple: William Jones: George .J'I I 222.Wrtni"'. Wly POll' X S S

Mrs. Rosa Girton of St. Petersburg Saturday. for us in the absence of Mrs. Pace: Milo Famh: Peter Fanrher: I'' R I" to 10"POB32 I.Z Wilu Royal 19.IS
attended tothat trained and careful 2.VI.2.
only a .
Ida O. Brown: Mitt Funohir: PeterFaucher .
spent the weekend with heron Shirley Gaskms.Last ; I B 3 A of S', of. SEU
Mrs. Bedia of'Hagu
organization, can perform when the urgent need Connely : ; T. T. Williams: Xellie B. .., Of wt. Of *W l 2> I 23 2 C A Crum I.U
Cleveland Neal. was the Wednesday night guestof Saturday prayer service Mahone: Ethel M ) S. J. .
Iahonf'j' SE nf WVt .
Com ftl cw
for serving' at hand. Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Packham her sister Mrs. Mattie Sowells. was held at the home of Mr. and Ross; Mary A. \ P. ;' ..f XE 4 of SEt* 0NE' .,.
Peveneau: Ethel Garrett: J. WWater .1.1I
I
and family of Haines visited Mrs.- P. B. Johns. Meeting place for rwn .
City puR
DeWITT Miss Armenia Rodgers ofGathesvilIeMr. *; Delia Gowln: Sebron '
'
W 107.17". _,
C. JONES
fends! and relatives here last and Mrs. Shirley for next Saturday will be announced I Brown; Owen'' Owin: Willinm C. K 110.7V. S 4'El" .
Rf.use X. Y\. Harkett F I. McTall.
FUNERAL: -- DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE week. '" Tetstone and Mrs. Will Rodgers at th? Wednesday evening Iso known: as Francis: : I. ))(-"all: .I IMrv of W', 450,!9Tto *1-... Culon R TillmanI 3.1

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwright service. J F. Honser; Dr. O. W. Clayton: POH .
>. PHONES: WO 4-2600. WO 4-2610 attended the funeral service for i ti't51&nfUlk 13 *
.IA"dam. 7. Dicks.laso
': Emmett
furnish of Jacksonville spent the weekend Mrs..Rodgers' brother, James Atkinson Baptism was held Sunday afternoon in original Town Marshall ii."
We the highest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT ; known as E. Z. Dirks; C. E. Mrs. W. T.
uith her parents, Mr. and -Mrs. in South Carolina, Sun- at Bayless Highway Harper: R. L. Kile: Xora PTown of :tarke
file Insurance policy In force Issued ANY a* .
by ,
company Kennedy Georgia Wile Irene Wile: ":
W. H. Hall. day. church.: :Member* from North side ; f: ft of lots !. 4 of -
fiayment In part or In full on funeral services. Consultation Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and and-from Bayless Highway were Ruth Kile: Mary Nell Wile; Mary Ilk:1 22 in Orig Leon Dicandio I..
Mr. and Mrs Ned Hicks and S Dain; S. A. Sylvester: T. 3. Dur- .4 Starke .

carrfc no obligation. Debbie cf Lawtey visited their rons. >Mrs. C.. L. Atkinson and liaptized. We thank the membersrf d.*n: ilas W. Futch, and HenrI > I t.,.J TWI 2 "f Blk 1 (L T filixabetn -
ant Mrs. Alice Jones and !also that church for the use of I Saxon'= as. trustees!' of Santa Felemet. t &CosSt> Jt-o1 4.5f
*,* ; Mrs. Joyce Casteen attended the I{ .., ; J. M. Kile; James C. Agt.
.
_i. attended homecoming at Hope sing"ln Starke Sunday afternoon.Mrs. their baptistry. Iiain: ......titla.tree.. s Sylvester; I t; J* ft of Lot 3 of Blk '. .. Envth: Tyson t.lt
... .. Church. Sunday. Lula Mae Baxter visited Activities at North Side Bap- I IDr. 0.V.. Clayton, Pauline Clayton; 13 In 1. T & CosDHilts -.
JI <
A. A. Durden. S. D. W.lUa. of 1'*
Mrs. Olen Hicks and children of her mother, Mrs. Lewis of Starke, tist Church are: Monday p. m... and CD. Willis. doing bas- 2 in 2S *L. N4 T I CosSD '.11
: Palatka visited Mrs. J. A. Gnann. Sunday. 4 Teachers and Pastors meeting; ir.tss' ur-ler the name and styleof 1 r' Unknown
Santa Fe Development Company
LOANS Saturday.Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Crews Tuesday 7:30: p. nY Brotherhood tall of trk'otIe respective reji4encea ft Of tX>t 4 of nlk '

J. A. Gnann entertained n.d Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hebdrix meeting *'Wednesday, t p. m.. are unknown) if alite. and. If any : 33 l in L T i- Cot Ida 5immon Et ...
of the abo\e named
abOut 25 young people Friday eve- md of Jacksonville regular prayer service; Thursday, persons be D ;
baby
>were dead his
j : then unknown heirs, de- Lots 3. 4 of nk in TAlly Lonni
t
Ji nng with a party honQring her Sunday guests of Mrs. Mattie S{ p*. m., choir practice; Friday 'ises 1 !gatees, grantors, lienors L T Cue 3 D '. Jackso Hfcki lit

daughter. Mary Lou on her elev- Barry. evening Fellowship meeting with creditors successors in interest, or .
UPT6$6OO other persons claiming any Interest of 1 ft 23 '
45
't enth birthday anniversary. The Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry of refreshments; Saturday, cottage! to the hereinafter described X ft r Lt of BUt .

I guests enjoyed games and were Gainesville were weekend guestaof prayermeeting ,and Bible study, property by,such through under or ag..in..t 47 in Lt* t ACos Ida Siromons. Art '-I
each deceared. and ail
served refreshments of cake and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LIoyQ tlaee toW announced; Sunday, "ether persons claiming any interest wv S D f.f I.t i .' |;lkll ,-

i C-A-S-H punch.Mr. Barry. sunday School..IO a. -ID. morningworship.11 ia thepro uty hereinafter de- In L T I CoOs Supply 2...l
bribed, !.rme'l
by, through. ander
or against -
and :Mrs. T. F. Howell spent Those visiting the C. S. Kelleys a. m.. evening wor- !' them or either of them, and Add

t ... .. ."jt Sunday Crescent City. during the weekend were George ship.:8p. 'ni. fell other persons! claiming any L.te 4. 5 of P4k- I l lL ia GladyS Harrington 18-1
Those who enjoyed picnic We hope to 'see at our right, title or interest whatever in I T Cos
a you
Adams and sod Ronnie of Milton
t -- F'PR ALL WORTHY NEEDS 'r to the following lands situate. iaItradford 'Lot It of Blk 28 h Ghlys Harrington U.*J
dinner Sunday at Stephen Memo- and Mr. and Mrs. Steven. jKellejr. County Florida to-wit: I .L T Co's Add .

rial at White Springs with Mr. of Jacksonville, Pareel O.e Lots 2 3 of Blk 3
.y..yy. A ptrrel of land lying In the I I in Highway G. Green 40.11
rnd Mrs. L. K.. Childs and Miss and Mrs. Dukes and < Robert.
.. BILLS .Mr. Sonny meetings.RISfflG' t Southwest Quartet (S\V 4) of ''Adlt
1
CONSOLIDATE <
Marie Taylor were Mr. and Mrs. children of Lake Butler were lire ttovtheast Quarter (SEU) Temple Add
l and in tbe Southeast Cfuarter I 1. 2 & S Ann if t.:*
TAXES REPAIRS Fred Loeb and children of Jacksonville Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. (PB'4) of the Southeast Quarter I offlik EX Lots I 4 Eunice :

1 MEDICAL EXPENSES ; Mrs. Jessie Hatchett, W. Ernest Russ. i .. ... f T_ McClellaiu .Mr. and Mrs. .W. By Mrs. Oorflwa 'J.nesLAALAAA1AAAA1AA&&A'AAAAA :-7 South. Range 21 East I 14 Bradford in J Johns Add -
CASH: PURCHASES t Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RauTerw C' unty. Florida, containing ) -.. ,

LMPROVEMENTS H. Hat l1ett and Children. Mr. wer '.Saturd8Y night t guests Fourteen and Serentr-eeven' hundredths .

rnd Mrs Clyde: Home and chile of Mrs It P. Gainey.L. : (14.77) acres. an' being tegat NE cot or :" .C
Reduce :Budget Payments more particularly described a. SEt4 of NE', run
\ .'- "- rtren'and Mr and Mrs. McNickete; B. Crosoy iof Greensboro Mt; 'and. Mrs. .!:art' Moore of follows: W 355 ft S ::s f .

t On Furniture, Auto,. I 81! of Monticello. uas Friday luncheon guest of> Tampa. Albert Norman and son Commence at the Southeast Corner to PJ then E HI ;

Appliances *t t Mr., and I Mrs. R." C. Dampier Sire...P.-Gaifcey. Johnnie and William Morgan of thence of said In a Section Westerly 24 and direction run -, X.ft. .ft,to W POB Ill ft, 29Heg :... ..- Lets. Buckl'fJ. t.M12J1'..'

t lad as guests Sunday Co1. 'and Mr. and Mrs, Warren, Mizelle .Mulberry],, and David Brooker of along tile Southerly boundary I 1* ft W of NEof

Mrs. Max Thrower and daughters and children visited 'Mrs.: Mizefle'sparents Plant City, visited the Eddie Nor- more thereof or a distance less.! to of the UU Easterly fe t. fr SE'i Il t'!of or. ? Et'. : -

'PROMPT- EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Moon Mr. and I'frs.R. T.'Taylor man family and Robert Norman. boundary of the right of way I runSlISfttflI'0B _
; .< .. ..' a. .4 .. .. .v 4k *" Mr. and Mts Knox Thrower Mr. of State Road %00. run thence I W !.* M Il 't, T. Pollard
.. ALL"'R QUESTs" of Wofthlngfcrfi'.. Springs, Mother's: Saturday! and Sunday. i North 9 degrees :i minutes East. f.X .1 '
B lOG ni'
t ON and Mrs. B. Thrower'and family, Ifr;; and'"Mrs. Eddie Norman along MM Easterly boundary a Lot 2 of I,'.k'I in Spero E. Gianlrtes t-.,Jiteymnnne

ell of Jacksonville Frank Stuart Day.Mrs. dodie Warren'of* Dade visited their son and daughter- distance of IS feet, more W less. .lr Court SDI v

J : STOP IN (!R CALL TODAY and children.Of St. Augustine.' City is visiting the Sam Smith in-law, Mr..and Mrs. Herbett Nor- Northerly to its intersection boundary of with the right the A 4 of In Blk SW cor 12 in of Gas-Ix>t -. .

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j and Mr. and Mrs. Bin Lane and family' fort a, while. maifof Lady Lake, Saturday. .f way of State R ad 19 to pointof I kins Add" Collet S."

J family of Ba dw1n. c I' Sui:1(1a: ( "guests :of 'Mr.'>and Mrs. Mr:. And Mrs. Gordon Jones beginning.thus From described point continue of beginning Beg at XW cur or., Rosier .

.
1 'TOWN FINANCE CO. I J.*':H. Sowells "were Mrs. ,V. .V.Hazen and daughter.'Carolyn risited Mr. North 9 degrees. 31 minute East XE 4 of SE'i run I ,
:=;;; long Mid Easterly boundary a 1 THE RIGHT
POINT for the of Starke Mr and Mrs. ead Mn. Buck Alvarez" Starke, I l
; distance of ,t..' feet to a point: W, W 277* to POB 2> I 21 Anbret .Maarm, Jr. 17.<
: : 'Way you writ. Come in and ...1 Ma* Pwdong. and .son, Mr}and Sunday evening, row throeSnnfc' IT degree. IS

r .,1U.Call Si. ,- SUrke. Fla. ,- Phone WO 4-9091. feet jiiui fsttttttf.ESTRBBROOK !?s. 'ttmry-'COrftWl. MrS.f: AM1'4alphur Vjttc; mill: '.Jtfis. A. W. Norman Jr.J minutes and 4* necwi* HaM a fAP.L Jon Taw Collector- ,
distance of 51?.: tot to ft. point; cnf of siarite t tiU. 1
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. arid son Ollie and Mrs.i of Mulberry are proud parents of run thence South t degrees, 4S 5.1 I 5..


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ti'vyyv 7 rYYYTYTYYTlLAWTEY Mrs. G. W. Roberts. I Billy. F'rst Baptist Church On Sunday
St. Mark's Episcopal I IRev. Yy and daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. '
and Mrs. Jim Baxley and family Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ;' Guests of Mrs. Leona Edwards morning. Mrs. Troy Bennett was

Raymond .:. Alac'R1s.ht I \ and the Rowell Prevatts. :Pearce Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. during the weekend were the L. also given one for having the
R. W. Sapp and family. Mrs. Ant j L. Wainwright family of Avon largest number of her family pres-
Sunday Services 9:45 a.m.. Mrs. D. B. Thomas, and Donald
[ lin. Joyce T. l>_trh me Stevens of Jacksonville and ent.
dy Edwards familyof
Park the Carl
NEWS Church: School; 11:00 a.m. Morn- and Diann visited C. W. Buff in
) CHURCH ng Prayer and Sermon. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAThe Riverside Hospital Thursday. La- Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Jones and I: Gainesville, and Mrs. Bryant I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren had
family of Fernandina. { guests during the weekend Mr.
as
Tucker of Fernandina.The
Holy Communion-iftrst Sunlay ter they visited Mr. and Mrs. Mac I
0 n '11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, film. The Missing Christians McKinney. Friends of Rev. Troy M. Wake- 'j'I Allen Harts and Mrs. Nan- and Mrs. Jack Bozard and son.Rex .

,,. 1:30 a.m. will be shown at the First twine Padgett and daughters' field former Pastor: of the Methc cy Keene attended a Fish Fry I of Columbia. S, C., Mr. and

Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir Baptist Church, Sunday evening ist Church will be happy to :at Glenn St. Mary's, Saturday Mrs. J. M. Warren and daughter.
John had Sunday
and Starling
Methodist Church At The TabernacleA 'ractlce; 7:45 p.m. Litany and May 17, at 7 p. m. The public is guests Mr. 'and Mrs. Jimmy as Ray learn that he will be the guest;evening. Sunday they went to I Mrs. Victor H. Appleby and

iible Study. cordially invited to attend. Dick Humble of. speaker at the Sunday morning|[church at Pleasant Grove in Baker daUghter. Beverly of Jacksonville
and and Mrs.
Sunday-Church School 9:45: Mother's Day program was Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Older and I!Jacksonville.F. son ervice. A covered dish luncheon County.Mr. end Mrs. J. L. Bradley and familyof

a.: m. Morning Worship 11, a. m. given at the Gospel Tabernacle OAK GROVE HOMECOMING son cf Coral Gables visited Mr. C. Hodges and granddaughter Till be served on the church and Mrs. Robert Carlton Starke.

Nursery and Junior Church provided Sunday morning during the wor- Oak Grove Baptist Church will and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and other Helen,, Marie Pope and Mrs. grounds following the morning and: family of Jacksonville had Mrs. Florida Wilkerson had as
for the children each Sun- ship hour. Trios, readings and relatives: here this weekend. Mrs. Worship service.: i Sunday dinner with her parents weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.
hold its annual homecoming May Faith Hodges attended the Crews
pay morning. MYP. 6 p. m. Evening roles were given; also sketchesof Gloer is the former Miss Nellie Mrs. J. O. Pons and family [Mr and Mrs. Frank Cruce. Walter Whitfelt and family of
I Reunion at St. Mary's, Ga.. Sunday -
Worship, 7:30 p. m. I several Bible Mothers. This was 17.All Mae Bradley. cf Tallahassee spent the weekend : Mrs. Paul Smith and family Cocoa and Lloyd Wilkerson of

Tuesday-Regular monthly busi- followed by a message by the members past and present, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwrighthad Wilkison with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Bryant. Mrs. Ray Rosier and family. Mrs. Tampa.

ness meeting of the WSCS will tponsor. are urged to attend.A as guests during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Mr. and Reddish. Mrs. Reddish Steve Starling Jr. and family and Miss Sherry McCarthy spent

be held In the sanctuary. At the evening service three basket dinner will be served Mrs. Rebel Rhoden of Ocala Mrs: Mrs.had Joe as Sunday and guests family. Mr. went home with her for a short Lonnie Craft and Joe Harley enjoyed -i the weekend in Jacksonville with
Wednesday 7 m.Men'sC1ub end the Bradford-Union singing Walstein Allday of Gainesvilleend Napier \isit. an outing at Hampton Lake,' her parents Mr. and Mrs. George
each
p. ministers spoke bringing a I and Mrs. Donald Wilkison and I
convention will lead singing for Rev. Sanford Mayo of I McCarthy. They brought her
Family Night pastor Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins hadas Sunday.
rermonette appropriate to the occasion. -
gamily, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilki-
the afternoon Everyone the Methodist Church. of home on Monday.Mr. .
I program. guests during the weekend Miss Paul Griffis and family
HHVAY CHAFCL; interested is invited. Miss Elizabeth Tatum of the scn and family and Miss Gloria Adel Dinkins and Herschell] Parker Jacksonville moved here last Mon- and Mrs. Wiley Dixon of
Rev. Walter Zvoda, who has I Wilkison of Jacksonville.Mr. .
ASSEMBLY OF GOD University of Florida spent the of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. day and are occupying one of theOscar Palatka were guests of Mr. and
occupied the Prohet's Room during and Mrs. Monroe Padgett
G. M. Qtborae, Pastor NORTH SIDE weekend with her parents, Mr. Paul Dinkins of St. Augustine, Carter houses. Paul is em- Mrs. Edward Massey this weekend
: the past week left Mondayfor end family of Lake Wales spent
BAPTIST CIIUKCH and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. end Mr and Mrs. Horace CV)x of played at the State Farm. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and
Sunday School 10 .. MornIng -
m. his home in Ashville N. C. He the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning Miss inLake
11 Mrs. Callie Griffis and son of Santa Fe Lake. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter Joan were
Worship, a. m. -
Evangelistic
will later by'Mrs. Zvoda Wilkerson
be joined Harry and daughterand
Service 7:45: m. Thursday Worship 11 a. m. Training Highland visited Mr. and Mrs. Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville D. G. Wilkerson were Mr. and Butler Sunday for a visit
weekly p.service. Invitation who is now in Eustis on business. Union, 8au p. m. Evening Worship -. Levin Griffis un Sunday. Mrs. Katie Padgett.Mr. was the weekend guest of Mrs. V. D. Dickinson and family, vith Mr. and Mrs. Charley F.
prayer
extended to everyone. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Mother's Day guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. end Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ball- Miles and family.

First Christian Church Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone ,. and Mrs. Commodore Crews and family of Keystone Heights visited Harley.Mr. entine of Jacksonville.Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Mases were

THE RIGHT POINT for the welcome. Rev. H. H. Carter daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer the Hermie Kellys, Sunday and Mrs. N. J. Stricklandof Mary Reddish was presented Monday over-night guests of Rev.

way you wriie. Come la and select Morning worship, 11 a.m. Pastor. Crews and family of Valdosta, afternoon. Tampa spent Thursday with with a corsage for being and Mrs. Jerry Harris of St.
Rev. J. E. Mr. and Mrs. Hassie Reynoldsand
your favorite ESTERBROOK Sherwood, putor Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bell and Mr and Mrs. D. J. Anders and the oldest mother present at the Mary's. Ga.
Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH. Sunday School, 10 a.m. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Warren Boatwrightand Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reynoldsof
Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. Lawtey Baldwin were here Sundayfor
family of Jacksonville Jimmy
Wednesday Prayer Meeting,, A. E. Massey Pastor a visit with Mrs. Lomie Mosey -
and David Griffis of Callahan and
Madison Street 7:30: p.m. Bible school, 10 a. m. : and the Jack Reynolds family.Mr. .
the Glenn Crews family of Starke.
Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Miss Shirley Tanner of Jacksonville and Mrs. Dink Cassels and

Baptist Church Wednesday. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. spent the weekend with family of Lockloosa visited Mr.
Ladies Council lit and 3rd Bible Study and Prayer Meeting aid Mrs. Guy Futch and family
her Mr. and Dave
parents, Mrs. .
(BOO Block W. Madison St.) Tuesday night.Everybody 7:30: p m., Wednesday. Tanner. I Sunday.Mr. .
welcome to each I Radio program, 8 to 8:30: a. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jack- -
Services Each Lord's! Day I The Elementary School pupils
. service II I m. each Sunday over station sonville spent the weekend with : "Standingff .
have been enjoying field trips re- "
, \\'HeR. Starke. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. They
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Tanner.
cently. The Sixth grade and the
Presbyterian ChurchFriday all enjoyed an outing at Hamp-
, Morning \\orahlp 11:00 A.M. Opportunity Class went to Silver :;
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ton Lake on Sunday.
Springs. The First and Second
Training Union 6:45: PJW. May 15-ChoIr practice Premillennial Fundamental Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnsonand
grades went to the JacksonvilleZoo. r
, Evening Worship 8:00 PJVI. 8 p. m.Sunday. Missionary. Seven miles south of The Third grade visited family 'viited Mr. and Mrs.

PRAYER MEETING May 17 Church Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- Marineland and the Fifth Stephen Kelly Owens at Weirsdale duringthe I is part of his \
School 9:45 a. m. Morning Wor- ham pastor. weekend '--'
Foster Memorial.Mr. .
.
Wednesday 7:30 PM.Nnrsery '
ship 11 a. m.. Rev. James Montgomery Sunday School 10 a. In.. Wor- and Mrs. Harold Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova and
of Lake City will preach. ship, 11 7 son were weekend guests of his JOB.
Open For All ServicesA a. m., Training Union and sons of Ocala visited Mr. and .
, Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. mother Mrs. Gladys Canova of
Cordial Welcome ExtendedTo p. m.. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Mrs. Wallace Barton and other ...
Gainesville.Mrs. '
AU Who Will Wednesday Prayer meeting relatives here during the weekend. '
Worship With CHURCH OF CHRIST ;
7:30 p. m.Everyone. Wiley Smith and familyof
Friday night guests of Mrs.
L's.J. C. L. Orerturf Jr., Minister Jacksonville Sunday with
spent
. welcome. Nancy Keene and the Allen Harts but it needn't be of
Sunday Sunday School 10 her parents, Mr and Mrs. Nathan part your
H. Mr. and Mrs. Ander-
Mabry, Jr., Pastor were Johnny
I a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., CHURCH OF GOD StarlIng.
son and family, Mrs. Gertrude job when it comes to making
evening service 6:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Towery of Jacksonville Elder Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin and

J Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Fzelle Wise of the State Farm, son of Daytona Beach visited Mr. r deposits with us. At our
I Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE end Mrs. Glenn Shuford and son ..
T>5 That's Our Business 2nd Mr. and Mrs. Truman Hodgesof
Service Wednesday 7:45 and Mrs. Hester Hicks during
p. m Starke. busiest times, and yours,
If It's Glass We Have Itl! Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m Arthur Green, who is stationed the weekend. They with the O.

CALL WRITE or VISIT LAWTCT: it Mayport, spent the weekend J. Anders family and the James why not do your Banking
Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng with his Waters family Mrs. Hattie Dar- '
parents Mr. and Mrs. -
JoePetersGlassCo.FOR Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Servo Bill Green. ley and family and the Dave by, t.Jailthe easy way. I _
ice Saturday. 7:30 p. m. Tanners were among those attending ; .
Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. had as -..
Homecoming at Long ---,-
Mother's :
Day
guests Sumpter -
ANY GLASS NBED CHURCH OF JESUS: CHRIST Harley of Heilbronn and Mr. and Branch Baptist Church on Suncay. r

We Design Modern Store Fronts LATTEB DAY SAINTS Mrs. Lonnie Harley of Starke. .H } _. -,' Details and free mailing forms on request! .. ..
4 Just Mail Us A Pattern for Services each' Sunday in' old Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr and :Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and .

*" Table Tops Masonic Hall on E.Call St. Sunday Fred Moore and family during the family of J"Jacksonville were Sunday ,

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 School 10 a. m. Sacrament weekend were Mr. and Mrs. S. D. guests' or'h r parents, Mr.
Service i:30 wel- and Mrs. Walter Wilkison.Mr. .
: p. m. Everyone Andrews and family of Wildwood. .
com*. and Mrs. Glenn Williamsonand
Mr. and Mrs. David Moore of
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. sons of Jacksonville were
St. Edward's Catholic Church Billy Torode and son of Gaines- Sunday guests of her parents, FLORIDA I
FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke Starke. Florida ville. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett.

Mrs. John Shuford and Dave
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. Birth Announcement

Re,'. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Holyday Masses at 8:30 a. m. & Mr. and Mrs. G. Fonzo Prevatt had as weekend guests, Mr. and BANK AT STARKE
5:30 p. m.Weekday. announce the arrival of a son Mrs. Joe Shuford and family of
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town St. Augustine
_
Mass at .8:00
: a. m. William Jackson, Tuesday
on
One of 28 Banks or the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 5 at Bradford Mrs. Rudolph R. Thede of Jacksonville
Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9 2301 May County Hos-
o. m. lital. attended services at the

'SUNDAY SERMONS -= 11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M. Baptisms marriages and In- Miss Ann Padgett spent the Methodist Church on Sunday and
structions' by appointment weekend with her grandparents, was the dinner .guest",of Mr. and

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Padgett- of Clay ---- -- .
EVERGREEN

Midweek Service Wednesday- 7:30 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH Hill.Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley, .

Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng Mrs. Gary Bennett and son, and
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Mrs. Paul Bennett and Brenda

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer \\cnt to Bryceville Cemetery Sun-

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ,day to place flowers on the gravesof

WednesdayBible study, 7-30 their parents the late Mr.'and
p. m. Mrs. Jesse Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. George Atkinson

HIGHLAND of Jacksonville were the Sunday

How coi we help yoi with BAPTIST CHURCH guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.- Tye
School
Sunday 9:45 a. m. and family.

your future plans? Morning Worship 11 a, m. and ,! Mrs. Sallie Green of Jacksonville A

7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each is visiting her son-in-law

Helping you to protect your future is our Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. :and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. B.

business. Well give you straightforwardadvice George Oism pastor. Everybody Thomas. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs.

on the kinds and amounts of insurance you need forOUr welcome. Green visited Mr. and Mrs. TomHewitt

} home .your car your business .. ell your prop- in Ocala bn Monday.Mrs. t'i
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSCHURCU
erty. Call us for fast money-saving service. Ray Rosier and Mrs. Steve

Starling, Jr. spent Saturday in
Sunday School 10 Morn
m.
a. ;
Gainesville as guests of Mr. and

HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY"INSURANCE ing Worship services 11 7:30 a. p.m.m.; Evangelistic Mrs.Mrs.Jack Susie Mathews.Prevatt had as Sun-


Wednesday Prayer Meeting day guests Mrs.,.,Mack Carter and
SPECIALISTS"
7:30 p. nuEINGSUSr family of Archer. Mr. and Mrs.

200 E. Can Street Phone WO 4.4801 lAD Ernest Southerland of Lake But
ler. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt S S
1 MISSIONARY BAPTISTSunday AA
Starke, Fla.
School 9:45 a-m. Morn

ng Worship 11 a.m. Evening TV

Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting GREATESTRELIGIOUS
each Wednesday 7:30 pja. Everyone FILM

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Jim Walter pastor.LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST THECHRISTIANS I IA

Corp."World't (presently meeting in City Hall)

Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.. .

worship 11.a. m.Even1nCYoung.
people's Bible I

Largest Home Builders"WILL study 7; preaching 7:30.

Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 '
(fas proved by
;-. When W.ii. Kprt "On f. rr"ifa
p. m. .
BE IN STARKE Radio program Station r official registration figures)

WRGR, MCiday, 63p a. m.

EACH THURSDAYAT
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
CHURCH

Sunday Bible School 10 a.
n< 12 G'ccr

STARKE HARDWARE CO. m.Evening; Morning service Worship 7 p. m.,. and 11 a.Prayer m.-; 204,000 more people bought. Chevrolets last year than any other car

Tuesday at 7:30 It. Thi WIt -
Can
meetng every + Fo-git
12:30 P.M. TO GOO P.M. p, m. John White pastor. :. ; Ask T.. Sec It AQG.T and there are over million'more Chevrolets on the road than


For Am Sunday PARK School BAPTIST 9:45: a. CHURCH m.; MornIng SEEHEARENJOYFirst any other car! You'll find more to like in Chevy, tno : -

Call
Appointments Worship 11 a, m. Training .

JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor- Baptist Churchof

'or'STARKE 4-5311 snip Service, 8:00: Wednesday p. m. Midweek 7:30 p.Prayer m. Lawtey Your authorized Chevrolet dealer will show/ you why the best seller's your besfluil1

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It' A Jim 'Waller Home" Sunday BAPTIST school GRAHAM, CHURCH 10 a. m. Morning : AT 7:00 P.M.\ Cate Hendry Chevrolet Co. :: Inc.


OTHER OFFICES: Worship. 11 a. m. ,Training ITS FREE ,

OCALA. PALATKA Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- '
GAINESVILLE ship. 7:30 p. m. Rev. Bflly Bryant IT'S DIFFLUENT'' 210 w.CALL: STREET STARKE."FLA. PHONE .WQ 4.2011 )1.

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