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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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.. Final Rally Friday Night
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only ''three '.workin:g i day left before the First i I

Primary next Tuesday, Bradfo County candidates were

shaking hands, passing out I cards, and polishing up their Is

q..C. speeches for the final big push}]i l at EHS stadium Friday night. I- t.1 s yI

If the past seven rallies are any"7 -
ep :declares, his opponent is only r
i indication of what to expect Fri- tJ4ay
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years younger than, Johns ?-Y I iLrjt
night the final gei-iueether .5.- y
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..t < should break attendance records Aimed at offsetting charges by f. w 4L

for political gatherings in the some Union County oppositionthat !

I county, .All previous rallies have the Senator hasn't done _

I drawn record breaking crowds in enough for Lake Butler and enr

,. spite of the fact that drenching viions. Johns declared that he hada fe kr 1
w rains beset at least two. of the project in mind, for Lake Butler d
gatherings. ", that "I'm going to help them
;Ii get.( '
p : Few new issues rent the air at

Brooker! Tuesday night, with mo t The Union County Times. Lake i 'rny sad

: candidates: following a well-estab- newspaper, hag come out
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lished pattern: in their speeches for Andrews and reproached Johns -

.' Sheriff P. D. Reddish deserted repeatedly: for not using hs! influence .

,?L his usual mild-mannered style at to put the new Florida I 11ir

Hampton last Friday night defending Development Commission! surplus? 0

his budget from what he property' warehouse at the olds PrevattJ Thomas

,; termed unjust attack, by the op- Lake Butler airport The ,warehouse -
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P position.; Jennings Starling one is currently under construction

of the Sheriff's two opponents, on U. S. 201 south of b

continued hammering at Reddish's Starke.A. .

Auto' Enters Bicycle Shop expenses and declared he would J. Thomas, Jr., candidate for

.reduce the budget by becoming a"working the House of Representatives seat

I sheriff" himself. Candidate vacated by Doyle Conner, based H

II. A. Lawson continued to i his appeal on service to the state;
Griffis Given Shattered glass, cascading cement blocks, ana 3 fainting Four steer an unruffled course through, end
Sentenced community through civic offices .
: : female shook the !peaceful atmosphere of Mouth Walnut Street I ell the furore proclaiming IK was': which he said, qualified him

Wednesday morning when a 1956 Buick, driven by Earl 1L a man who.didn't "get excited." for the position. Fonzo Prevatt

Life SentenceIn W4shimrn, 73, of Weha\\ken, X. J. ,I Guy Andrews, candidate for with
drove right into Simpson'sU In'Conspiracy I. vying;: Thomas for the solon's, i it ,." .
!<,)'fe Shop.Washhurn. ;; i State Senator, told the crowd at' seat continued to declare he wasa

I Brooker that incumbent Charley poor man running a poor man'srace. t ,
Brevard I driving north on U.S. 301, hit the rear of a I E. ,Johns was ''desperate" and I ( J

I lad turning right on South Street ItM control l of his". car and One Hospitalized i charging Andrews with "lying, Jim Chasteen, candidate for Tax :' .:

headed straight into the side of the Bicycle Shop, Neitherhe I''double II talk, and even connection i Collector, declared he \vould never k '

nor his \\ife.\vas injured. with the NAACP'V He said Johns cause an audit report to be made'''
Three
terms
prison and
a
pro- ,
was taking: credit for improve
Sight and sound of the car crahng tlirough the wall and oationary sentence were dments' !'! in Bradford and UnionountIes i the would, reflect discredit on t
|,Monday on four Bradord county nor administer affairsof
halting inches from County I i Q .
a counter which
bt"ltlndbl'h the wag were, in reality,
standing, the office
I :len who had been found guilty in a manner to cause
caused :Mrs. George (Dolly) Simpson, telegraph "paid for by you, the taxpayers."
operator and I in Federal District Court of con embarassment to the Board of'
rife of the proprietor, to keel over in a dead faint. A doctor String to violate the federalliquor :Andrews said that-if.elected Sen- County Commissioners. The incumbent Chasteen

was summoned and !she! soon re\hed. laws. 'ator, he. could take ,victory and J. 'R. Kelly, stated that
i :i "not become a biei shot.= ,
: sitting in Jacksonville he had' rendered service to the I
U. 3.Listrict Rally Motorcade
Damage to the Buick was estimated ; Johns. whose speeches are al-..
% at $600) and the. Simpson Judge Dozier A. DeVan e : people of the county in various I
taxi, driven by David Duncan, was declared a total loss. I cf Tallahassee sentenced Charles! ways preceded and followed by capacities, and would like to con-' AntffIJox Supper I t

Damage to the building and contents Was estimated : ;prolonged horn-blowing, paused in time that service for another, -
at around M. Rogers and Ralph E. Mason' > {j t.For Friday .
a ,. :
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$ ---"' -- four ye'rt :
x 'e < tOOO.I t Washburn* M--; : .... charged, : *;,.,-' \f: '..-v ;;;'?::t 'f'f"i-1: erg?Q tennsvpf,18 Iii.Bradley!; .month to two*years and..Noon.. Vas..!9DU ,('hea.L to1e tarheer- ; .:thos e ',- AfteF -the''loaf:_ 1, rally 'f>Friday;: "- V.j political TThe1 ** t motorcade .

was with reckless driving, ; horns bloAndrew st says tha tonight ,
: causing anaccident co:For;yth. who had pleaded no' I| Bradford voters will have\S sponsored by the Junior
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and damage to personal ,property. His .bond- | horns can't vote, but' _Johns de- a weekend to' think : .
was* set
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contendere [no contest to theic dares things over Club, will be held Friday, for
at $IO%. Q I the people'behind' them
conspiracy indictment drew two j before going to the polls to cast 2K, preceding, the last rally I t,

5 k In above photo, puzzled George Simpson, =owner of the :years of supervised probation.A j I I i certainly'Still'smartirig can. underndrews') their ballots next Tuesday. Polls I fore( election day. I'! and 5,
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shop,, p 't"rs!' inside! visiting auto. fifth man named in'the con- {, comparison of him to "the old( open, at J a.m. and close at 7 p.m. The parade will leave Starke
More than j
spjracy indictment, Fate Brown 5.000 persons are!
a former Bradford County:deputy! ; t I[ J Jacksonville city hall" that needs registered to vote in the county. ,,;!2:30in the afternoon and flt.< yes.,

Berry I sheriff, found guilty of :11 tearing down, Johns ,quipped I, to Lawtey Heilbronn.
Quality i i Conner Brines conspirj.j."There may be a little snow ,on will
acy after a jury trial did not appear Brooke" and Theressa and t) noon
i i i the roof but there's still plenty (Overtime Tickets
Monday for sentencing. i to Starke at 5, o'clock. The said..
II jof: fire! inside." At'any rate, he
Hurts Price I Final Push BrQ\; 'attorney offered judglI J I Issued To will proceed t through Starke ] either
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D Vane a letter from .Dr. P. 'G. the BHS stadium where a five

4 P' los' of Starke ,certifying that i Lawtey Sailor supper, will be served from : ) blast
Volume Declines Brown was hospitalized and would To Jax
Area I not be! able to appear in court !sold at $1 each with soft
Roy Henry Griffis 38
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arrested
for eight or 10 days. Killed coffee and dessert also for t: and
: In Crash Chief of Police
here two RIley Sweat an-
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'eal'ago jn connection Hot sun, heavy and
rains foggy '
; Bradford County Representa,: Dr. Felos said yesterday thabrag t i.ounced : All proceeds from this fund-
Monday that 242
with an unsolved murder case, nights; combined forces j over-
during the t live Doyle Conner, winding up ,i 1 was admitted to J3radfordICountr' ttne parking ins event, will go toward
tickets were issued ,
was sentenced to life Imprisonment past week to I
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downgrade
quality whirlwind J last Saturday,
statewide campaign fo rf t Hospital
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last Near Maxville last week by' William Rosser. new community project.
week
in Brevard County Bradford County strawberriesLi after pleading guilty to murderin a season that is running about week in DuvaT Hillsborough, and 11 i'I peptic: ulcer, angina, and arthritis J : '
the 'I parkins meter regulations.I I Cash Is Stolen
second degree. A month behind schedule. jl Dade Counties, declared that "this[|i of the' spine. ,
Griffis was charged with the Due to ,A,, head-on collision on State Chief Sweat added that the ;
largely poor quality and \ Cabinet' Judge DeVane set May 20 From Ghent
( important: i ia post demands, .as Place j
Feb. 10 slaying of H. R. Bair, 63 competition; from ,other areas, J man with proven, performance, i;(11, tit! new date for Brown's sentenerns. Road 228 near Maxville last Fri-\ tucters: are checked every hour f
'ands 50 'i
year: old Brevard County liy night left one dead man and I cent penalty ticket is'given
the
fishing prices slumped on market .
Around
in
I tested| temperament, and dedi- $25 cash was stol [
camp operator. At the time of here vith a range of from $2 to i iI j --ated dignity." A U. S. District Attorney said[ j three others critically injured. for each violation. from' Johnny Ghent's place in i the
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this crime he was under bond ontwo $2.40 tor 12-pmt flats reported ; Jr Fatally injured was Francis C. Fines have been paid promptlyand : :
i Conner's campaign in this area t?yesterday that J. M. Edwards Pleasant Grove colored .I
the new'system to be on
other chaiges of aggravated Wednesday. Gludieux, A01-USN, a Navy veteran seems
I dismissed from the conspir- west of Starke
j reached a climax Wednesday rTiiS some time ;
tssnult ;, of 18 service be operating very effectively,, ad-
who
Benies from' competing areas I night with a mammoth reception'in '9; rca- !'>e after he pleaded guilty years '' J Sweat I day night. Deputy Sheriff ': the
Griffis' had lived at for the t'ded' ,
trial Lawtey
on a first degree including California Arkansas, past
the Jacksonville Garden Center;'to the federal liquor laws ia a Reddish said the thief or ,
murder charge: was sot to open in Louisiana, and Alabama wereHooding ," brought against two years. gained
:' case
which was attended br'some 2.00friends "cubstantive( entrance to the place' :
"itusville Wednesday morning. the markets along with and supporters from Du- him' and Edwards. Edwards InJwedVere: Ed, Treadwell ]BHS Band ,Concert breaking out a window pane. a'i
April 20. \Vhej the defendant Bradford's output. In normal :Mkxville truck stop employee and '
; was a val and surrounding counties. The was placed 'on probation ,for three Will Bring Variety -
trought into the jammed courtroom season Bradford growers have I Qilin Raffalet and Edward W. '
reception was described as the ; !jears.i r
however, he conferred with harvested their crop and are out I largest political" gathering to be i!!( Browrr had previously gonee'.rtal to Golledge, both of Ruby S. C. All ]Program Here ;;i
his attorneys,and'enterf'd of the three are still In St. Vincent'sHospital i
the surprise picture by this.da te held in Duval County during th ,I in the substantive; case,
plea of-guilty; to the lesser, Starke Market Manager J. current campaign. A .large, moto r-!|' Inch went to mistrial, due to ah Jacksonville Raf- The Bradford High School
charge: The State had previously Wainwright reports a total R'I code of Bradford County friends jjerior!I' on the part of the prosecut.jlug 'uiet and Gulledge still'uncon- ]Band will present its annual

announced that it would accept a 5,770 flats sold through the mar joined those from other neighbor: I attorney. fcious, and Treadwell also in a ,I Spring Concert Thursday night,

plea of guilty to murder in the deb through Tuesday of this ir.g counties. i i The U. S. Attorney's office said'YEsterday critical, condition. ;May 5, starting at 8 p. m. in the

second degree. with a total return to week'l' In his campaign speeches this i'|! that the substantive !i The accident occurred about ;new BHS auditorium.

Shortly I before: the trial was J71.449.70. week. Conner cited his 10 rase'against Brown will probably I a half mile east of Maxville on c Included on the program will

scheduled to'.iigin, the defend Wednesday, April 20 was the I legislative record In the'HouS-yea b r:f I be 'dismissed unless an appeal is'|i3R 228 around 7 p. m. Gladieux j be Bogar [a fantasy in symphonic

ant's. wife and seven of their best day volume-wise and price- I entered in the conspiracy case inj ups; driving toward Lawtey from style], Foxen's Glenn Themes
Representatives
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young children filed into the wise during the current season. i formance, and his proven service per-i as I he was convicted:: If an i iv1ich i Jacksonville, and the other car, i horn Offenback operas. Windjammer i;

(Contlmwd ,on Page 6)) n.that. date 4.023 flats were sold ', Speaker of the House\ and chairman -! appeal is entered on this convic with Treadwell driving was from the new movie of Fv srJ
at the market with :a $3.50 average tion. Brown will be tried on the headed east.Treadwell. :\tie\ same name, and others. A
of'nameroua committees
in
St. Edward's Church, for a total return of $14- I :substantive case at a later' date, told investigating officers ;feature of the program will b5 :
100.11. ,i eluding Agriculture, as, proof: .o!I. the attorney's office said. that a third car cut in front' the playing of a special band ar-
his leadership ,
for
qualifications of him striking his front fenderand rangement of Latin' American
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Famous Wainwright said that produe-j'the office. Judge DeVane said that the I
causing him to lose control: tunes arranged by Larry' Gibson..
lien this season has already passed i the 1 Bradford conspiracy y case was'thel.lxigest
ROAST BEEF last years's total of 22.000 of"Certainly I' dignified type that had ever come before cf his vehicle. His car swerved Soloists In the concert will be .
:,I cajnpaign{ have: conducted' during his years' on' the i into .ttie-path of, the one driven ;Margaret Ann'Dinkina, oboe, and
him
flats.Many I|f dearly indicates that I possess the II. fcy Gladieux. the-officers report 1- Harold bus; baritone. A trumpet Physical
DINNER growers were opening I i I tench.
to Florida's J
!dignity sen'e:on cabinet t total
classified
Both cars. were as trio, composed of Johnny Scott,
!their patches to the public on ayoupickIt i': ," Cpnnec added. He "lectured" several local citizens : :
I !Jesses. Steve Edwards, and Jimmy Lawson Pictured left to right
Parish Hall basis due to inabilityto The> Bradford who appeared before hIm as_ i and ,
obtain adequate"labor for har- candidate', declared I character witnesses for 'Brown Raffalet Is a former owner of ,,. will play "The Cubs. Al j ryrone )Jlzt>II. who are .

.Thursday May, 5 r.estlng. The! difficulty! 'in hiring: i j! tion farmer that he as had a fourth-genera the agricul1ural ,-I):'! and Fcrsyth and told ,them' tot e- the J & D Truck Stop at Maxville I clarinet quartet composed: of j]I' tests to bf given nexttek.
visit
back on Haddock
and had come a Vickie! Frees. Phyllis j .
pickers contributed to the poor :turn home and see that,,such.con- '
12 Xoon to S P.M. background: as'a: :successfulrealtor : Gulledge.Funeral will
quality of berries offered as'it Is and insurance h ejdifions I If 'i I were not allowed to' be accompanied by and Loraine DeCaro, play f President Eisenhower has each

1.00 necessary to pick eVery day when f had; the' business agent >!repeated, Services "To A Wild Rose; ; ability, and"as: i j I Funeralservices :for Gladieux : An added feature will be the -J J.Supeti National Youth Physical : will
: the sun gets hot, Wainwright a'
Tickets May Re Obtained :said. I a 10-year veteran of the' Stat<*i i: FF A Banquet WEre held at. 10:30 am.. Wednes- .,, >r Majorette ensemble : Week with the theme boy' of

Legislature he had the governmental I day in st; )Edward's: Chapel, at composed of Cookie' Mathews '
at ]Koch's Drug Store I Production has passed its peak I experience '"making me,}|! At BHS Tonight th? Jacksonville Naval Air Sta Kay Hart, and Kay Christmas. As part of the activities for the

/ j here and volume will dwindle s I I I the only all-dound qualified candidate -;, tion. A native of Toledo, Ohio.hS Cookie-Mathews will also present : week, Starke Elementary ] phy

This Space Contributed ;''steadily, from here on out. I I for Commissioner.'' !I The annual FFA Parent auc,5em t d ( was a'veteran of World,War :n: her superior baton twirling solo ;i Southside Elementary Sch : have

Weekly to Publicize i E .t I I'I ;He added My* record of, pub ., banquet for the Starke ,and j f i Ann-j the Korean conflict. He was ', All the above mentioned stu-i,:in. cooperation: with the City to

Community Events : Junior Class Play J: service is ,one. of ,the ,people}? ,of :Bradford Chapters will 'be' held''toiiighv 1 a 'member' of St:: Edward's Cath-1 i I I dents* rated superior in the Dist-';ijrtet creation Department, are will

by j !! Florida know. They know have i [Thursday] ia'Jht"hlgn:!oSe'Cturch, in Starke. ''I j l, Contest. ; which Is the highest ;,;a series of fitness tests to of
THE' COMMUNITY 'I| The Junior class or Bradford fought against price controls! : *:hool cafeteria starting at 8 P-I i ,Survivors include his wife, !i possible rating.- I!T[and girls who 'Wish to take i, a-
High School will present a three fought for more and better BL '. D Gladieux two I I'I !'The tests
Mf ? m nica T. : which have been pr ;
: I Ii i is urged to be' resent j'
STATE act comedy. "You Can'tCaroline Kiss; schools, led the fight for agricultural i-l] Speaker of the evening will be .daughters.. Carroll Jeanette and i l I Everyone the P j(pared by the Amateur spon-
BANK "
on Friday evening, progress increased \>ld,i James Temple former football1'coach Retina Marie. and two sons Lar-: I and'support bane Admission- i Union of the United States, I [ : and

OF STARKE May 6 at 8 o'clock in the' school age assistance and aid depends.nt t and present :principal, 'ofaritawtey ry ,R.1 and James Brien all of IS $1 for adults and 50 cents for be'"given throughout t the ; 8, as

auditorium: Admission $1 adults children, and numerous 0th '" Junior High. ,Lawtey.i students during the playground ; .
and *5c children. I (Continued,oa'Page'C) :j I An attractive certificate of !






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FACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARVE FLORIDA
TUTTDCnlV.__..-...__. APRIL -90tHf 1960z :

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"'-'- r - Carl Fields, of Mr. and and Mrs. '
"" son Mr. Prank Gomez '' ',':< :0d.'s -- I ;
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t Mrs. C. H. Fields of Jacksonville and daughter. Debra Kay. have .9' Local YouthsWill Track.And.Field: I}into three classes: (A) for 3
"ci2nt the week, his ,p ;".; years, (B) for 11 and 12 years
past with' moved-. to Starke from Jacksonville Meet To Be Held
grandparents Mr. and, Mrs.. 0. Mrs! Gomez is the former.ELzjibeth ;;.;. Be Tried and (C) for 8-10 years. Ribbons
I At BHS .will be awarded in each classification
W. White. Sr BiyaA of,Starke. May
II I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was visiting Replace lOur old sewing ma-! { for the first five places in
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Mr. and Mrs Fred Guy and family rhine; belt wth anew, Singer, Belt: Cases against Charles Fowler' The Starke Jaycees are sponsoring ,each event. The events are: 50

'r r! mm ; in Gainesville over the week-, from Denmark Furniture. ,'Co ,UMisses i 17, and Melvin Kirkland 15, ;: a track and field meet for yard dash, 100 yard dash. 220
r .c. ..r I : "Madge Middleton and !) I Starke youths were certified to iI i|i all boys and girls in the'county yard dash 110 yard hurdles, running

(0----- _, .... ...... -.... _._,_..... r .-. I.... ..,_ end.Miss! Marilyn Cox of U. of F. j Delia Rosenberg, Mrs. Edward T Circuit i Court Tuesday afternoon I falter eight to 15 years of age.f f broad jump, high! jump,
"ill] attend a Nurses convention Hall and Mrs. Nate Dyal were 1--!;: ? : hearings in the courthouse.I[The meet will be held Friday May j i iI 'standing broad jump, "hop, step,

Mrs. Paul Hutching and Mrs. Mrs. Bynum Perkins spent the in Miami from Thursday to Sun- I in; Quincy Sunday to attend a I 1I A preliminary hearing for Power I I 6, starting at 3:45 on the High,!lend jump," 3 broad jumps sqtt-

L. M. Gaines were in St. Peters- I weekend in Albany and Cordele. day. ucetms; of District Two of the I! _3y was held by County Judge T- 'School Athletic Field. The meet I i ball, football, and volleyball throw:

burg Saturday to Monday attending Ga. visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. E. M. Davis was in Archer Florida Federation of BPW ClubS. i A. Yawn and juvenile authorities will be conducted by the HightSchool 'for distance- 200 yard shuttle re-

the twenty-second annual I the was accompanied by Mrs. over the weekend visiting Mrs. P. Mr. and Mrs. Dunc.n: H. Ham- f waived jurisdiction in the case of Physical Education Department -.,lay, and the 400 yard shuttle relay -

Ace Parade of Beauties and private Norman Willis and daughter. E. Stone and Miss Mamie Ander- ner ol Detroit. Mich. were guests t Y I II the younger boy Kirkland. Both and the City Recreation De The various classes will compete -
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beautician classes. Vicki who visited in Albany and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. 'I were charged with breaking and partment. iu several of the different

Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves and !Hichland- son.There is & big fight on for the Matthews and family. Mr...Ham-I i entering with intent to commit. Boys and girls will be divided events according. to their ages.WRtMKEPROVED .

Mr. and Mrs. L C. ,Smith and i Rev. J. H. Mabry Jr., :Mickey BIG COUNTIES to take the :ner and Mr. Matthews! were ,I Icisssnutes petit larceny.

daughter Beth of Daytona Beach : Dansby, Mike Frick Hal Lawson SCHOOL and ROAD money. Let's i : at Virginia Military i Bradford Deputy Sheriff Dolph
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and Mrs. Henry Rogers of Waldo (Tony Lawson and Gary Cole attended keep a SMALL COUNTY LEAD- Institute. j Reddish said that Fowler and his .
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were weekend visitors of Mr and I the Royal Ambassadors ER-CHARLEY E. JOHNS.EXPERIENCE |[ Mrs. Mattie Gahagan Mrs. .juvenile companion were arrested'
Mrs. Henry O'Hara. I Congress at the First Baptist AND KNOW HOW Irene Roberts and Airs. Herbert aid charged with taking money ,i 1 1 1 i iw .

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and Church in Tallahassee last Friday HELP ALL SMALL COUNTIES. Thomas and daughter Kathleen: from the cash register in William :, .
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family: were in Tallahassee Sun- and Saturday. tP l. Pol. Adv.] will visit Stephen Foster Memorial Franklin Ritch Sapp's store on North St. Clair '"

day visiting Mr. and Mrs E. A. M/S. C. D. Williams entered St. Mrs. Barney McRae gave a on Saturday. Elected To UF Street. I

RowtoQ and: Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph's Hospital in Tampa. Tues- family reunion on Sunday in Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Fred Fowler was employed as a I II I bYG.OOOjiE4R.

Haiick. day with virus. celebration of Mr. McRae's 60th Saell, Mrs. Nelson Green, andMrs. Executive Council 1 1I I 'handyman at ,the store and hei I

Purchase any model of Sinter Mrs. Lucile Davis spent Satur- birthday anniversary. Those from R. S. Mullins attended the had; hired the 15-year-old boy as j '
Sewing' Machine at Denmark aay'and Sunday with Mr. and out-of-town were Dr. and Mrs. Methodist Vacation Church :In the recent spring: elections his] helper. Sapp told Reddish he ,
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r the, University of Florida, Franklin -
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Furniture Co. Mrs- H. G. Davis, Jr.' in Gainesville McRae, Jr. and Mr, and Mrs. School Institute in Ocala onTuesday. I j had suspected Fowler of taking
Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Ritch was elected to the Executive money and set a trap for him last '
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Cary Nazworth, of Jacksonville.Mrs. Attending the same ,
; and also attended the wedding .
and and Council the legislative Priced!
family visited' Mr Mrs. R. V. Chapman and family school in Palatka Thursday were week. -Economy
Frank Weaver in Williston on : of Mrs, Sharon St. Peter I organization of the University The store said he closed -
owner
spent the: weekend in Madison Mrs. W. B. Thompson. Jr. Miss
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Sunday. Wasdin Saturday evening. with Mrs. Carlton Burnette. They Kate struth Mrs. H. O. Boyette, which passes laws governing students i the store at noon, then slipped Fi'. '

spent: Saturday in Quitman and and Mrs. Titus Olson. and handles around $300-I 1 back in and hid behind a counter. ..: 3-T AllWeatherAt
000 annually. ]Ile said he saw Fowler and the
f Boston, Ga. visiting relatives.f Who fills your prescriptions ,
FACTORY PRICES The James W. Shiner family f j i bt'st-a druggist with EXPERIENCE Besides being: elected to the i.other boy reach through an .' + .. r Only
Council Franklin is also vice
opening in the door and unlockt.
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have moved from .613 S. Westj I j or a person who has no
.T.oreland to 1314 Blanding street. EXPERIENCE CHARLEY E. president of the Tolbert Area j? The boys entered, went to the '

One Quart With Each Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and JOHNS HAS EXPERIENCE. [Pd. Council a member of the Fresh- cash register and started taking
: FREE man Council ,and he has been $1' 595
money. Reddish quoted Sapp ass
: ; daughter Gerry Beth- attendedthe Pol. Adv.]
or Gallon One you buy. 4'' 1a wedding of Mrs. Sharon St. Mrs. W. B. Mundy entered St. named, to the Orientation Staff ,,y ing. Qp1c

LL Peter Wasdin to James Tierney at Vincent's Hospital on Monday for for: the fall semester. i Sapp said he estimated his loss '

Prices Start at $2 qt.-$5.95 Gal. the First Methodist Church in observation and treatment.Mrs. I I While in high school here, at around $1,000 during the past Size 7.10x15 fits many n
Gainesville Saturday evening. G. L. Farber entered Franklin was active in various six months. Both boys have made / pre-1957 models. $18

H. B. Peyton was confinedto for clubs and organizations, and was statements in connection with
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Mrs. Riverside Hospital Sunday a *
St. Vincent's Hospital Sunday general checkup. president of the Student Council the alleged theft Reddish said, Size priced 7.60x15 at value st* 2021

501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588 t j Wednesday for observation and Carl Johns returned home He won an oration contest in and arc being held under .$3,000 I ., .'
this district and second in .
treatment.Who Wednesday from Baptist Memorial placed (bond each. ____l._ /i Tub-typ plus tax and rtcappabb tin,
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can best work on your Hospital where he was con- the state. He and his debate ,colleague In another: case, a 10-year-old

v car-a mechanic with experience, lined four days observation George Patten ranked juvenile is being held for invest- :. look/Lowest prices ever on 3-t NYLON WHITES t '
rlf nothing about superior in debate at the Southern ;gation of pilfering in the home I
knows
I who
That a 01lr I1148Jn utomobiles or one VOTE FOR CHAR- and Nolan treatment.Bryan and Mrs. Wanda Speech Debate Tournament.BHS' of Edna Jones on Griffis Loop. I The extra beauty of Goodyear of i so
r Whitewalls! The e tra safety g ]
I U It's: Glass We Uav \ U! LEY E. JOHNS-HE HAS EX- Faye Silcox and son, Franklin, Slow Pitch nnnrivpars exclusive 3-T Nylon II! ls X01'
S a"
J PERIENCE., [Pd. PoL Adv.] were in Waycross, Ga. last Trackmen -
CALL or VISIT: Cord. phi Ui e
WRrii
$ ,
Mr.. and Mrs. L. L. Conner and Thursday on business. While Softball Game' m,1bu un
Mrs. Frazier Shaw attended ; they visited Mr. and Mrs.j. Your old tires may make the down payment
away
Joe Peters.r'0 Qass Co. Karen Bennett's fourth birthday P. Jordan In 31ackshear, Ga. Lose To PalatkaBHS Set For May 9 MOd PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND)

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anniversary party in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Parker left

$ ANY GLASS NEED Sunday at the home of Mr. and Wednesday for Braintree Mass., trackmen, missing the services A be Slow held Pitch Thursday Softball, May meetingwill 5, at I OODMAN'S' Service Station

We Design Modern Store Fronts Mrs. Ovid Bennett. where they will visit their son .a.1 of weightman Sam Gardner 7:30 p.m. at the Recreation De- u ,

Jusf Mall' Us A ">:'attern: for, Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville '(;|few days before sailing May 6 I II weie edged out by Palatka in a partment on the Pratt Street! SEEBER D. GOODMANU. .
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I 'om New York for the Isle of I quadrangular meet in Palatka I
Table,Tops spent the weekend with heri; playground. All teams interestedin I
1 visit 'relatives not seen last; Friday. Palatka scored 91
:Man to
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1313 N.W. 4th PJ:, Gainesville.! FJa: : Phone F2. 24353. daughters, M is. H. L. Speer Mrsi. ,!in 30 years. They will return to points to Bradford's 87. entering this meeting.The the league. should attend I S. 301 at South City Limits

J. McGriff Sr., and Mrs. Lex Starke in September. The Parkers The Tornadoes used their depthto I --
Green and famlies. I will be accompanied as far as place high in most events and first game is scheduled for I
Monday May 9. '
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Washington by Mrs: Eva Fernandez pushed Palatka down to the wire.. BIG

wh en.'IQ'YJ "p't t at Singer Denmark Aewlng Fumitur Machine Co.: Needles tf who will visit relatives Coach Dave Hurse's lads captured will be P. K. Yonge, Fernandina NASWORTHY
only three but
there. firsts scored heavily Beach. Green Cove Springs, Live
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L '-' ". Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and with other places for their oak Santa Fe, and Macclenny. I 'iJ., _. "'" ,
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Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Parker were,. total. .
RELIABLE GAS SERVICETHINK dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Garuner missed the meet due to TV

Clarence Dibble at Penney Farms sickness and his high finishes in \
FloridaTheatre the shot put and discus were sorely :
OF Sonday night.Council
SLADE GAS mis:>ed. Lee 1R.l
Cogdill won the KELLY
.,....... 't*te1 vault; and-the sprint medley -

Plans. relay team of Tom Smith, Marion JUST A FEW &J THIS LOWt; -
TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR m- Regular] Meeting Cottle Ronald Crawford, and '

PHONE WO 4-3551 Next TuesdayCity Dilly Starke Helsabeck three blue finished ribbons.first, for LOW\ PRiCE!,

Ocala scored 47 points and St.
Council will meet at its ,
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regular time, 7 p. m. Tuesday in scoring. BIG 17" TABLE IY QQEmerson ,
SATURDAY, APRIL 30 spite of the fact that it's "election : w st -
Other
Starke
.. points:
1 night," City Clerk Merrill Edwards I .
l _. 1st Feature ,7.
said yesterday. ffr: r.180.3'ard high hurdles-3, Tom TV
| Smith: 4. Harold Seymour.
I I The Councilmen figure that I '
100-yard dash-2 !
JOCK MAHONEY : Marion Cot- I
since the polls don't close until tle.

KIM HUNTER :,7 p. m., they can hold a brief
Mile lun-4, Lawrence Kimbler.
SERVICE TIM HOYE I !session and get though in time to ,
: 880-yard relay 3, Rowan
j hear election returns.
YAKS
GENE
Thomas, Buster Hughes, Jimmy
.Tpl MIrE.relET Sidle I A get-together meeting between Malone, and Cottle.440yard ..
AT ITS BEST UIIPIEU"lP tlWlEy ,
Iud !:the Council and the County Commission -* 3
run- Ronald Craw-
originally scheduled for
.m. _wits aurae xar IIllllnl ftIIUI''rwl ford. I
nwivoiy2nd. oiuttnaraxuvft .. last Tuesday was postponed due a N _f
180-yard run-2, DeWayne Mc-
to conflict with a political rally '
Feature Hae; 1, Mike Darby; 5, John I 1I
and has not been definitely re-
Adams.
u fchrduled. Edwards said. Purpose I
irnrs 220-yard; dash-5, Malone
RALLY ROUND ,
of the meeting will be to discuss I
Mile relay 2, Darby Mike
THE FLAG, the sharing by the city and coun*
Foster, McRae, and Billy Dowling. EARNESTLYSOLICITS
BOyS i ty of fill work and other
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l!incurred at the new surplus expenses prop- Discus -2, Larry Elder; 4, Hel OR . ,
., CiNMASeoP sabeck.
SERVICENIER"Don't {'r by oa euxe jerty I warehouse site south of
GOLDWIRE 4 'Shot
);.OI.OR put-3, Helsabeck; 5, Jim-
\frllf 2G_ Starke. The Commission will not
my Smith. THIS BIG!
meet with the Council Tuesday. 21" MAHOGANY
High jump 2 [tie], Seymour
Cartoon: Barefaced Flatfoot because of election
night activi- Your 1
and Helsabeck; 5, Jimmy Sum-' Support '
ties, it was said. I CABINET TABLE
aerlin.' i I II MODEL
SUN., MON. & TUES Pole vault -3, Erwin Martin-
Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney"JIM May 1, 2 & 3 Light Plea Day Broad jump.-3, Malone.The IN HIS( CAMPAIGNFOR I iI i

Held' April 27th Bradford thinclads leave RE-ELECTION AS !
TONEY HOMES $1495 and a Saturday for Gainesville where I
''EUZUETIAYMrTIMi eMm""UTWIMEt II
up Only 18 cases were scheduled fit Keystone, Conference tourney I

t for Plea Day held by Judge gets underway at 1 p. m. The I v!
MO. P J\( NTS AS LOW AS, 37.50 I Theron A. Yawn at the court Tornadoes will l enter the"confer TAXCOLLECTOR i

house on Wednesday, April 27. ence favored to win with weight-

4 JDv At the head of the list was un- man Gardner back in the line-up I

___ lawful speeding with 4 cases, fol- after a recent illness. competing f iui

Nnb lowed by improper passing with with Bradford in the conference I

TENNESSEE 3. Other cases were: no drivers

ii J1J1 WILWMSDoIIdM lIcense 2; worthless check, 2; improper tag. 1; withholding ,
JOSEPH L ar tr&ud of room and board, 2; no support, 1; and voluntary intoxication Bradford County ik'i'JF1 I31I

... ,, 'e 'MMIUW1Cl, [ tag 1; assault and battery 1; : 1.
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truly appreciates
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Cartoon: Everglade Raid NOTICE! NOTICE friendship and support '
No Money pown No_ Charge. For. Travel

6' that the people of Brad .95.
*JIMTONKY BUILDERSP.O. THURSDAY & FRIDAY

BOX 368 May 5 & 6 All Telephone Customers ford County have al- G5' '

WALDO, FLA. ways. given him in the

Plead have, salesman call ,on:. :
1* '" '' STARTING MAY 1, 1960, .. past, and would like
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Business Hours opportunity
Address. ___ Off E e ,: I . O R21" . .
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i 9 AM. to 5 P.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAYWe show his appreciationby 1

Approximate Location __- ...r .._-.-.__ KIWOMEKSUM"WSSHTW&FESfT II II I I

y __T ___ lt I will.have night depository for after hours for continuing to serve I MAHOGANY' CONSOLE
caosauss' i payment of bills. If you do not have the correct I
I understand I am under no obligation. I will, be borne i i will you, as Tax Collector. ;
V1ItCENT change we credit on next Month. Bill.Ncw MODEL

on. ____ T &t--_M.PLUMBING and friend.I .
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PRICE. : Service. .
'WIRING AND INSIDE FINISHED

MATERIALS ADDITIONAL CAN BE ADDED CHARGE AT SMALL We .Maintain Repair Service: ,'on,' THANK YOU, FOR ONLY $$18045;

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SDAY APRIL 28,196G
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Tuesday at the River Club in'!Junior Club ,]Beta Sigma Phi Funeral TuesdayFor Clay Hi Takes Mrs. Gill InjuredIn

T Bruce'Jacksonville Goodloe, given; .Jr. by. Mrs. W. :.)ets Installation I Gives Lovely} TAt Mrs. WilliamsAt 4-3 Decision Boat MishapOn >
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An attractive blue color' motif SladeHome OklawahaA
.1I )f New Officers. HamptonMrs.
I was achieved in the handsome t
From BHS Nine
table appointments. The center- The Ma- meeting oi tne JuniorWcman's Beta Sigma Phi sorority entertained Idella Hawes Williams, 81, head-on collision of two out
piece was .fofJIled. of blue delphinium Club will be held: Mon- :: at a' loyety\ .tea Sunday of iiampton, died m a Gainesville< board: motorboats on the OUawaha -
I white stock and Calla lilies cay night May 2, at'8 o'clock at :afternoon from three"to''four o'- nursing home Sunday afternoon Clay County's Jack Jacksonwon River near Eureka last Sunday
in a green china bowL Pale blue the club house. There will be an t tiock honoring rushees at the alter an extended illness. She was a ,mound duel from Brad-.I resulted in minor injuries to

n .Mooty.. -- --- bridal place; cards marked the installation of officers. name of Mrs.' T. HI: Slade, Sr. born: May 10, 18V 8, in Fabius, ford's Bill Jackson as Green Cove:'Mrs. Thomas Gill of Camp Bland-
I, seating arrangement. 'Before, Hostesses for the evening will Standing in. the" -recelvingline Ala. scored a 4-3 victory over the'ins, and destruction of the Gill

tar Society Miss Sewell HonoredAt luncheon, cocktails and hors d'oeu- bs: Mis. Lavern Outlaw chairman ,acre Mrs. Ned Yancey Mrs. Surviving are two daughters, Tornado nine Tuesday afternoon'I boat.Mrs.
vcrs *were served in the lounge. Mrs. Fred Snell Mrs. Paul 'Slade.: sponsor; and Mrs: H. C. Mrs. Jessie Durban of Lawtey there. Gill was treated in Bradford
?ts New Officers River Club Twelve guests enjoyed this delightful Carter: Mrs. Wayne Haines, Miss R tch. director Mrs; Olin White. and :Mrs Ruth Matchett of Leon' Hodge, Ken Price, Roland; County Hospital for cuts
LuncheonMiss affair including those Judy Dankel, Miss Sylvia Paulk. Jr. invited guests to the attractively Hampton; four sons, Marvin M., Jones, and Jackson collected the sustained when beats piloted byre
t. Edward's Altar Society held from Starke: Miss Sewell. Mrs Mrs. W. M. Smith, and Mrs. Arch appointed tea table which George H., William R. all'of Clay bingles, while Woody Striek-I; ,'husband and E. W. Philips of

April meeting: Tuesday eve. Virginia Sewell"bride-elect' W. B. Sewell.... Mrs. Jli F, Brown, Tiicmas. Jr.Garden. was overlaid with a imported Hampton, and Frank L. Williamsof land had half of Bradford's four I Jacksonville'collided on a sharp
g in the recreation hall. was honored at a ,lovely luncheon Mrs K. G. Duncan Mrs. J. E. white !ace cloth and centered Gainesville; two sisters, Mrs. blows. Harvey Tanner had the, turn in the river. Both boats
he nominating committee preted Wilson-Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Jr. Mrs.S. Club Given with a long low arrangement of John A, Ross of Wellington, game's longest hit,"a triple. sank but were later recovered.
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the following slate of of- corresponding secretary Mrs. A. Weldon, and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- yellow roses and yellow gladioli. Texas, and Mrs. W. A. Presley of Last Friday's game in Macclen-I The Gill boat was broken in
n for the coming year: presi- Francis Meng. These officers will Flower Show TipsMrs. AU the appointments were silver Trenton, Ga.; 13 grandchildrenand ny was rained out after second Uo and described as a. total loss.
t, Mrs. Owen Vaughn; vice be installed''' :May 15. kins.The hostess,presented the bri e- and crystal. The buffet held a two great grandchildren. inning. At that point the score I I .
I I YOUK.
sident, Mrs. Ogden Bates; Mrs. Gladys Weldon served refreshments EJect with four silver filigree salt .. R., F. Young'' presented a handsome arrangement of yellow Funeral services were held was 4-0 in favor of BHS. ![ YOU; CHARLEY EXPERIENCE JOHNS HELPS EXPERIENCE -

retary, Mrs. Clifford Powell; during the social dishes with Cobalt blue liners and program on flower 'anangemenf.at lOSes flanked,by" silver candelabra Tuesday at.2 p. m. in Hampton Friday afternoon at 3:30: theTornadoes' I HELPS HIM TO
the Starke Garden Club meet holding six yellow Mrs. Baptist Church of which she wasa
asurer, Mrs. Richard Richards. ;|I hour. four silver salt spoons- as a me tapers. play Lake City here.IT'STIME. HELP YOU. [Pd. Pol. Adv)
mento of the occasion. ing Monday evening: in St. Mark'sParish Howard Meyer presided at the member, with Rev. Bob! Grayof
House. siher punch bal.Approximately Jacksonville and Rev. W. 1>. -
:Mrs. Young gave pointers on 25 guests called McElroy, pastor of .the Hampton

(correct flower arrangements and between the appointed hours. church, officiating. Interment fol- TO VOTE '
I I ccntainers to be used at the 'lowed in the family plot in Kings-

|club's third annual Flower Show. Brownie NoticeThe ley Lake Cemetery under the direction For
I which is tentatively planned for of DeWitt CJones
(May 2i22. Mrs. Young also announced Brownie Girl Scouts will Funeral Home' of Starke

the chairmen for the meet Saturday afternoon, Apr. 30. Active pallbearers were: C. L. Bryant
.' -. I Floyer Show and explained their at 1 o'clock at the,home of their Maya E.. 1... Birt, Lynn Hall, D. W.
S \I\ r-- ..rr, [jobs.Mrs. leader, Mrs. J. D. Warren, for Johnson, W. H. Maxwell, and O.
N. Hopkins, president,
J.
\ \ their regular meeting.. B. Hicks Sr. I
announced that there will be a
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anrlLfn. {Garden Club short course for N
\ Madison St. WMU
\ Anxpr A1rAN members, June,21.23 at the University We all need friends and mine

J ,..... .R. .I YiWadot :; t. 1t .of Florida.- Circle one of the Madison are the best in the world. -
CHARLEY E. JOHNS [Pd. .PoL
Street Baptist WMS will 'meet
N *- Family Night Tuesday morning' at 9:30 o'clockat Adv.

for groceries the home of Mrs. J. W. Fur. -.
Someone stiff has to pay ,At Madison StreetThe .... I
!long.: ,
stops... 0
when paycheck
your aMiss Madison Street Baptist
WILLIAMS'
..and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family Church will have Family Night ,Recent Births I s
protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan fea. ;:text Wednesday evening at 7:30:
o'clock at the regular prayer Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin Law- JEWELRY
tares to help you ,*" the job. Ask w" Gulf Life ( 5, ya
_u_ meeting. Included in the service ley, announce. the birth of a 3 U
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wesentative will be the ordination of Ed Law daughter on April 24 at Doctor'sHospital.

\\t -- Sylvia PaulkIs son to office of deacon. WATCHES DIAMONDS
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Engaged REPAIRS a
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GULF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY (W To Vernon Reddish Thank Offering flounces Bradford the County following Hospital births: an.. All Work GuaranteedA.

Founded_ 1.I11e Home Office!.Jacksonville, Florida I I Mr. and Mrs. Dave'. Paulk an..1 The Episcopal Church, Women Mr, and Mrs. James Marklee C. Williams, 4 r SRuby

: of St. Mark's are reminded that Parrish, Starke, twins, Timothy 142 W. Call St. '
nounce the engagement of their Sunday May 1, is the Spring ingathering James and Tammie Sue, April 22. John A. Torodex Johns
daughter. Sylvia, to Vernon Reddish Starke, Fla. .
for the Women's United Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harris, nI
TCash son of Sheriff and Mrs. P.. I
'W A SUPERETTE D. Reddish. Thank Offering. Maxville April 26., a son, Raymond Carl,I I -

ma A-July wedding is planned, the
date! to be announced later. Southside PTA
Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil Elks To Host DanceThe Open For Inspection : ; ,

Douglas, f'ormerJyIanager of Suwannee Store There will bean installation of
the Southside -'Elementary B. P. O. Elks will hold a _
officers at t
671 W. !\Iadison. Phone WO 4.9231 1st 2-6 P.M.
Sunday May
PTA meeting Thursd y'I j dance'' Saturday night, April 30, I
We Reserve The Right To Limit
Quantity I evening May 5, following a cover- For members and friends in the ; New.3 BU 2 bath home
.WE GIVE FAMILY
STAMPS
h *M BMH MBMMMMBm H MMMB MBWBHWMafe ed dish supper which will be club rooms. Music will be provided -
MM BW
FLAGA Long Grain MIBMMHM served at 6:30: o'clock. nursery : by J, D.. Seymour's. hi fi..!, with. terrazo floors-Music .
will be provided for the young ,
RICE 40 ounces 29c Iciks. There, will be no' admission-. throughout -- Beautiful
D. Seymour, Exalted Ruler. 3.2
CABIN HOME UDe 'To Meet -V: .." Knotty Pine Kitchen 'cabinets 1x
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MEAL -' 5 Ibs. 25c 4 l Executive.'BoardThe I GE duct heating
I The W. T. Weeks chapter U;; IX !
STANDARD BRAND With $5.00 food order C. will meet Wednesday after- ': executive"..board'of the systemLarge Closets'-

CORN BEEF '. 29c nocn, May 4.at 3:30.o'clock at Starke. Woman's-[Club .win meet I '
I located large .lot on
.the home of, Mrs.. A. Z. Adkins Fhursday afternoon1'May_ 5, at on

U. S. No1TABLEPOTATOES, with. Mrs 0-- L. Haynes, Sr, as I I'I 3:30 o'clock at the club' house, I Searing St. 2 blocks East Julian ,McRae S. G. DenmarkSHEPHERD'S

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5 Ibs. : 24c I of Bradford County HospitaL -


BANANAS lb lOc jL : .
[hd ,
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LARGE STALK 4
Additional
a4, _a For
CELERY 2 for : -15c '
Information Call
MundorffGerard.Wedding .

MEAT SPECIALS Announced TOM ADAMS L. K. WHITEHEADHO


Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gerard 8-2895 .
BOLOGNA all meat lb. 39c ol Edwardsville. Ill. announce. t,> "" "
.the marriage of their daughter;; i Waldo, Florida
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CHUCK STEAK tender lb. 49c Andrea: Katherine to Pfc Ronnie 1 y -, .
,Wayne Mundorff son of Mr. and
iRe E. Mundorff of Starke.., ALL
HICKORY SMOKED SAUSAGE lb. 39c
; Wayne is a graduate of ,Brad- PRE-ELECTION
ford High School, class of 1957,, e FLORIDA'S .- ,
OLEO 2 Ibs. 29c .
inqtrs. v and is now in the armed, forces,,
.
studying! electronics at Marine,. CANDIDATEFOR '
BRISKET STEW 3 lbs. 99c ill. -r "
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Mr. and Mrs. 'Mundorff are
HAMBURGER, fresh ground lb. 48c"Since making' their home with the w
bride's parents at Edwardsville,
Ill.

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Mrs. Kite HostessTo .

-Ladies CouncilMrs. SECRETARYCHOSEN t

Lester Kite was hostessto '

members of the Ladies Council STATE ...
Circle Three of the First 'OF .

Christian Church, last Thursday -
night at her home The devotion- BY His-COLLEAGUES MOST VALUABLe
al was led by Mrs. Tomlinson, Week-end Special
I [; with Mrs.. Mary E. Wynn offerIng MEMBER'OF.THE. LEGISLATURE.. 1959

n. = : prayer.:

During the business session ,(Pd. PoL Ad.)
Iti','' presided over by the leader. Mn -
t.. I 1 W. L. Andrews, plans were'' made

1 v t 4 I ; ,+ / for Circle Three to present ,the : FRI. & SAT. -- ONLY

program at the church on May 5. VOTE FOR ''ti, I I
r4 DI>< ! the close of the meeting. fry ll
we had new concrete blocks put under our The next Meeting will be held R.' H. '"Russell", !I(, I II I I NEW 1960-21"

. house he was so tickled he called for more from Starke May 19 with Mrs. E. & 'Winkler
and Mrs. Susie .Beaver as, cd- Iih

I Builders Supply. hostesses.New BPW. Officers Green1 Jr. IIDist. : {i r, I I RCA VICTOR TV



1, NO MONEY DOWNRepair To Be InstalledBPW .' ''r lU i !I ONLY

officers for the new year FOR ?
will be installed Thursday; May :
12 at a club dinner'to be held ii ;

the i Garden Restaurant Thursday, ,

Add Rooms -- Carport I I May will 12 at be 8 Miss p: m Val Installing Shoemaker officer COUNTY COMMISSIONER RCA Victor Farrell Deluxe. J With

of Jacksonville Beach the in- Table TV with front controls and Trade
Bath RoomINCLUDING cumin District Three director.. '. : 5 (.Brooker and. New Ricers) .- r speaker that can be built Bu"One-Set"-

Officers .to be installed at thi COUNTY AT LARGE .v-. electronic fine tuning. 262 $q. in.
( SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES time will be: Madge Middleton, 0: : picture.Transformer-powered Deluxe 262 'Sq. In. Overall
) president; .Muriel Gilhooly. Isi chassis. Phonotone control and
vice president; Willie Mae Dent automatic gain control. Balanced DIAGONALLYPhone
Believes in Representing All of
Time To ReroofSTARKE ou 2nd vice president: Mildred -J-' :- fidefity FM Sound. Available in. 2
Doyle, recording secretary; Heler beavtifvl fu>hFes. o' -
Harley, corresponding secretaryand : Bradford County :
, ;
Ida Mae ,Shaw treasurer.WE .


. BUILDERS SUPPLIES NEED PROVEN LEADERSHIP I .Will'Appreciate Your Vote and Support: SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV S

i 4 TO PRESERVE SMALl if .

f; Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. CHARLEY COUNTY RIGHTS.F.. JOHNS.VOTE[Pd FOil Pol '..: (Pd..PoL' !'Ar.: .:).' '.- ,' ?: WO 4-6901 Starke, Florida F

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THURSDAY APRIL 28, 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELYA UAPI1. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Tuesday at the River Club in Club Beta Sigma Phi I Funeral
Jacksonville, given by. Mrs. W. Junior TuesdayFor Clay Hi Takes I Mrs. Gill Injured

Bruce Goo loe,' Jr. .:)ets Installationf Gives Lovely Tea I Mrs WilliamsAt !fn Boat Mishap '
I
An attractive blue. color motif New Officers. At Slade Home HamptonMrs. 4-3 Decision On OklawahaA
was achieved in the handsome

table appointments. The center The Mat: meeting ox me Junior Beta 'Sigma Phi sorority enter- Idella Hawes Williams, 81, From BHS Nine head-on collision of two out-

piece was'formed. of blue delphinium Roman's Club will be> held Monday tained at ,a' Joyefc i.tea Sunday of liainpton, died in a Gainesville bard motorboats on the Oklawa-
white stock and Calla .lilies night, May 2, at,8, o'clock at afternoon from three"to'four o'- nursing home Sunday afternoon Clay County's Jack Jacksonwon I'hi River near Eureka last Sunday
hIa aid Mooty In a green china bowl. Pale blue the club house. There will be an clock honoring' rushees at the aLter an extended illness. She 'was a.mound duel from Brad- resulted in minor injuries to
bridal place cards .marked the installation of officers. nome of Mrs. T. H: Slade, Sr. born May 10, 18'fS, in t'abius, ford's Bill Jackson as Green Cove' Mrs. Thomas Gill of Camp Bland-

seating arrangement. :'Before' Hostesses for the evening will Standing in l receiving line Ala. scored a 4-3 victory over the ing, and destruction of the Gill
Altar Society Miss Sewell Honored luncheon cocktails and hors d'oeu- be: Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, chairman were Mrs. Ned Yancey, Mrs. Surviving are two daughters, Tornado nine Tuesday afternoon

Gets New Officers At River Club vtrs Vere served in the lounge. Mrs. Fred Snell Mrs. Paul Slade,' sponsor; and Mrs.: H. C. Mrs. Jessie Durban of Lawtey there. boat.Mrs.. Gill was treated in Bradford -
Twelve guests ,enjoyed this delightful Carter Mrs. Wayne Haines, Miss RItch, director. Mrs; 6lin White. and Mis. Ruth Matchett of Leon Hodge, Ken Price, Roland I County Hospital for cuts
St Edward's Altar Society held Luncheon affair including those Judy IHnkel. Miss Sylvia Paulk, Jr invited guests 'to- the attractively Hampton; four sons, Marvin ,M., Jones, and Jackson collected the sustained when boats piloted by
its, April .meeting Tuesday evening from Starke: Miss Sewell. :Mrs. Mrs. W. M. Smith and Mrs. Arch ; appointed tea table which George H., William R., all of Clay bingles, while Woody Strick-I her'husband and E. W. Philips of
in the recreation hail Miss Virginia Sewell;bride-elect, W. B. Jewell, Mrs II. F. Brown, Thcmas, Jr.Garden. was overlaid with a imported Hampton, and Frank L. Williamsof land had half of Bradford's four:I Jacksonville' collided on a sharp
The nominating committee pre- was honored! at a lovely luncheon Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. J. E. white. !ace cloth and centered Gainesville; two .sisters, Mrs. blows' Harvey Tanner had the: turn m the river. Both boats

tented the following slate of corresponding secretary, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Jrn Mrs.S. Club Given with a long "low arrangement of John A. Ross of Wellington, game's longest hit "a triple. I sank but were later recovered.The .
! ficera for the coming year: presiFrancis Meng. These officers will .' A. Weldon, and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- yellowroses and -yellow gladioli. Texas and Mrs. W. A. Presley of Last Friday's game in Macclen-I Gill boat was broken in
Flower Show
dent Mrs. Owen Vaughn; vice kins.The Tips Ail the appointments were silver Trenton Ga.; 13 grandchildrenand ny was rained out after second. Uo and described as a total loss.
president :Mrs Ogden be nstalled May 15. hostess,presented the bride- and crystal. The buffet held a two great grandchildren. inning. At that point the score I I .
Batesbars.; Gladys Weldon served refreshments elect: with four silver filigree salt Mrs.. R. F. Young presented a handsome: arrangement of yellow Funeral services were held was 4-0 in favor of BHS. I YOUR EXPERIENCE HELPS
secretary, Mrs. Clifford Powell: during the social dishes with( Cobalt blue liners and .program on flower arrangements lOSes flanked by silver candelabra Tuesday at 2 p. m. in Hampton afternoon :! YOU: CHARLEY JOHNS' EX-
treasurer, Mrs. Richard I at the Starke Garden Club'meet- Friday at 3:30: the''PERIEXCE
Richards, ;I hour four silver salt spoons- a me- holding six yellow tapers. Mrs. Baptist Church, of which she wasa Tornadoes play Lake HELPS HIM TO
mento of the occasion. ing Monday evening in St. Mark'sParish Howard Meyer 'presided at the member, with Rev. Bcb! Grayof City here. HELP YOU. Pd. Pol. Adv.

House. silver punch bo'l.Approximately Jacksonville and Rev. W. P. .
Mrs. Young gave pointers on 25 guests called McElroy, pastor of the Hampton -- -

correct flower arrangements and between the appointed hours. church officiating. Interment followed IT'S TIME TG
VOTEFor
containers to be' used at the I
I in the family plot in Kings-
club's third annual Flower Show
Brownie: NoticeThe ley Lake Cemetery under the direction -
which is tentatively planned for
r of DeWitt C. Jones '
-, I I May 2J22. Mrs. Young also announced
Brownie Girl Scouts will Funeral Home' of Starke.
\ 'i. "': [ the chairmen for the meet Sa'turdayaftemoon. Apr. 30, Active pallbearers were: C. I* Bryant
I .:_: '!:!:1J Floyer I Show and explained! their at 1 o'clock at the home of their May, E. L. Birt Lynn Hall D. W. :
: ; '
i 1 I jobs.Mrs. leader, Mrs. J. D Warren, for Johnson, W. H. Maxwell, and 0. .
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\ J. N. Hopkins president.
\U ., announced that there,, will be a their regular meeting.- B. Hicks Sr.
..artIdfAnapr I Garden Club short course for

APox I'I members. June.21-23 at the University Madison St. WMUCircle We all need friends and mine ,
11I
I ..,o.ar u : x .of Florida. are the best in the world. i :
aM dn one of the Madison
-- CHARLEY E. JOHN [Pd. .PoL
N Street, Baptist. WMS will Tmeet j
r1t- Family Night. Adv.]
I Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clockat
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Sdmeona st1when ]7 has to for groceries Y .1MG.
pay ,At Madison StreetThe the home of Mrs. J. W. Fur- -----

your paycheck stops... 4 long.: _. i
!J :: Madison Street Baptist Y
...and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family s Church will have Family Night Recent Births I r WILLIAMS
protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan feat next Wednesday evening at 7:30:

tures to help you *" the job. Ask v M'resentative. Hulf Life o'clock at the. regular prayer },fro and Mrs. Roy Martin, Law- JEWELRY M

*> meeting. Included in the service tey, announce, the .. birth of, a =i '
Y
Miss Paulk ,will be the ordination of Ed Lawson daughter on April 24 at Doctor's
..\1' --- Sylvia to office of deacon. Hospital. WATCHES DIAMONDS tbi' :
Jf'p Is Engaged REPAIRS

GULF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY f) To Vernon ReddishMr. Thank Offering Bradford the'CoUnty Hospital births announces -- AO Work GuaranteedA.

Founded! 1811 Home Office,Jacksonville, Florida following : 3 F
-- -- Mr. and Mrs. James Marklee C. Williams
and Mrs. Dave Paulk an- The Episcopal Church. Women .
nounce the engagement of their 'of St. Mark's are reminded that Parrish, Starke,. twins, Timothy 142 W. Call St. \

daughter, Sylvia, to Vernon Red- Sunday, May 1, is the Spring Ingathering James and Tammie Sue, April 22. Starke Fla. John A. T orodeJulian. Ruby Johns
dish! for the Women's Uni- Mr. and .Mrs. Raymond Harris, .
9 Cash son of Sheriff and Mrs. P. ,
AYNUS .SUPERETTE D. Reddish.A ted Thank Offering. Maxville a' son, Raymond Carl, "'"

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-July wedding is planned, the : April. 26.Elks i
date to be announced later ,Southside PTA
>wned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil To Host Dance Open For Inspection j

Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store I II There will bean installation of 'L Ik "(

671 W. Madison. Phone WO 4.9231 I officers at the Southside :Ele- t The B. P. O. Elks will hold a
We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity mentary PTA meeting -Thursday dance Saturday night. April 30, Sunday May 1st 2.6 P.M. <<

GIVE evening May 3. following a cover- for members and friends in the I bath
.WE FAMILY STAMPS New .3 Ell 2 home s .
ed dish supper which will be club rooms. Music will be provided -i a i

[LAGA Long Grain served at 6:30: o'clock.- A, nurserywill by J, D. Seymour's. hi fi..;, with terrazo floors-Music : > .
be provided for the young )
ICE 40 ounces 29c There will be no' admission. throughout Beautiful ."
ioiks. .
::1:1 D: Seymour, Exalted Ruler. /; ,
:ABIN HOME .' I Kitchen cabinets i Pt;.,
: UDC To Meet Hi I Knotty Pine ...,' "'i.
I' !!
EAL5 Ibs. 25c Executive Board
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f GE duct heating
The W. T. Weeks chapter U; D; -, i Y
ANDARD BRAND With $5.00 food order LtI C. will meet Wednesday after The executive, board of the systemLarge Closets- (

:ORN BEEF 29c ]noon May 4, at 3:30 o'clock 'at :Starke. woma 's.;'Club., \'till.meet. I I i
!the home of, Mrs. A.: .z. Adkins Thursday afternoon;,: May 5, at i located op large :Jot on

t J. S. No: -1.TABLE 1 with Mrs. 6L.. Haynes Sr. as j 1w.15.wS. :3:30 o'clock at the club house.,
.1 Searing St. 2 blocks East
ii j.L. S. G. DenmarkSHEPHERD'S
.McRae
>OTATOES 5 Ibs. 24c 'k- __ .
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I IlRd of Bradford County Hos-

i ANANAS Ib. lOc .: pital.

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RGE STALK .. .
.. For Additional
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ELERY : .
2 for = -15c .
MundorffGerard.Wedding I Information Call

H: MEAT SPECIALS Announced TOM ADAMS"1't L. K. WHITEHEADHO

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gerardof
)LOGNA all meat Ib. 39c Edwardsville, Ill. announcethe ,,", 8-2895 ,

marriage of their daughter; Waldo, Florida I
sRUCK> STEAK tender Ib.49c \ndrea: Katherine, to Pic Ronnie
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Wayne Mundorff, son of Mr. and L 1.

[ICKORY SMOKED SAUSAGE lb. 39c a. E. Mundorff of Starke., ALLFLORIDA'S
Wayne is a graduate of ,Brad-
LEO ford High School, class of 1957.; '' PREELECTIONB
in 2 lbs. 29c ,
qtrs.
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and is now in the armed, forces,

ISKET STEW 3 Ibs. 99c studying electronics at Marin : CANDIDATE
111. ". .- .
Mr. and Mrs. 'Mundorff are ; : r -.

IAMBURGER, fresh ground lb. 48c making! their home with the A.I FOR K

4 bnde's parents at Edwardsville,
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111.Mrs. .to h.

Kite HostessTo

Ladies CouncilMrs. SECRETARY L

Y VY ( Lester Kite was hostessto .

) I I1 members of the Ladies Council t ..
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yr'i' 1 Circle Three of the First -J
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1 Christian Church, last Thursday -

_ night I at her home. The devotional CHOSEN 'BY COUEAGUES MOST VALUABLE
was led by Mrs. Tomlinson, Week-end
LEGISLATURE.. 1959 Specialr
c-'ith Mrs. Mary E. Wynn offer- MEMBER'OF ,,THE

i '::1'i: prayer.
During the business session. Pd. PoL Ad.
d/'I1'/ __ ( )
presided over by the leader, MTU -
(
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II
Wira M liif 0 .i.id W. L Andrews, plans were made
I a r 1' t 'rf for Circle Three to present the FRI. & SAT. ONLY

( 1 I ,, pogram at the church on May 5. WOIE FOR i
/ OIXIE fATURe Refreshments were served at ir ,
.- .. the close of the meeting.

C["Since we had new concrete blocks put under our The next Meeting 'will be held R.'H. "Russell", I j NEW 1960 21'"
19 with Mrs. E. A. Winkler
[ house he was so tickled he called for more from Starke May
..| Builders Supply." and Mrs. Susie .Beaver'as cohostesses. -

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New BPW OfficersTo Green Jr. RCA VICTOR TV


NO MONEY DOWN Be InstalledBPW l ONLY

officers for the new year FOR .

wiii be installed Thursday, May rm
95
Repair 12, at a club dinner to be held in .
the Garden Restaurant Thursday,'

{i Add Rooms Carport -- May 12 at 8 p: m:Installing officer COUNTY COMMISSIONER
will be Miss Val Shoemakerof RCA Victor Farrell Deluxe. With
: Jacksonville Beach, the incoming Table TV with front controls and _3 Trade
Bath Room District Three director. Dist. 5 (Brooker and, New RiTJr speaker that can be built in."One-Set", _
Officers to be installed at this '
electronic fine tuning. 262 in.
COUNTY AT LARGE sq.
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. lime will 'be: Madge Middleton. .;. Transformer-powered Deluxe 262 Sq. In. OverallDIAGONALLY

TURES) president; Muriel Gflhooly 1st chassis. Phono-jack, tone control and
\ vice president; Willie Mae Denton automatic gain control Balanced

Time To Re-roof 2nd vice president: Mildred Believes. ._in. Representing. -. ': All. of fidelity FM Sound Available in. .2 _
Doyle, recording secretary: Helen beaatiMfinishes.SHEPHERD'S. ;
Harley corresponding secretary; "",,
:Bradford County ; -
and Ida Mae ,Shaw, treasurer. .


.. :STARKE BUILDERS .SUPPLIES \VE TO NEED PRESERVE PROVEN LEADERSHIP SMALL"- I Will:Appreciate Your Vote,. .and Support- -'. : -, RADIO & TV : -


I Starke Fla. COUNTY RIGHTS. VOTE FOR -, ,\ Pd. PoL'Adv.); i, ; -, ) a
Phone WO 4.4201 ( :
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{{ FOC1h! .,.. BGAti Q 1.ID ,C 9 J' ','" ,$!GlrI)<, STAKKE, KLOBID.* THURSDAY. APRIL__2_*, 1969, ,
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o II r >QTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR writing and shall state, the place attorney and any such claim Testament of .Guy Hadley Reece.of .
TAX DEED residence and goat office ad- derrtind' not so filed shall be voId. de.-asecl.
I editorial a ; Farm rjs he*. IM.1. F. 8. dress of the claimant and shall be Blva C. Reece First publication March 31. 1SSO.
Diary Notice Is Hereby'Given., that flwcrn to by the claimant: agent, A* executrix of the Last Will and 331] 4t 4i21.
>-I If Ralpb Williams, the holder of the .'
following certificates has filed said .
certificates for a tax deed to be f! --
t .l, By San McGam? Issued. thereon. The certificate number -
Bradford's Stake -
and years of issuance the de,
'j' PTiption of the property and the
j.' Don',:: use peanut hulls as names IB which it was assessed,arw,, ELECTION APR. 29-30
Is Big Next Tuesday [ mulch:for strawberry middles, according aj Certificate follow;So. 43 ,
to Jennings Starling, who Year of .!Baanre J95Uesoription 1
Judging' from the crowds attending and the 11&.i Just finished raising a big of Property Lot 3 of,
Block 1 LTtCO'S SD Sec. 28 T i
interest shown at Bradford County's 'current crop ot 160-acres down near SE22E WEEK.END VCUIML3 ONLY
Homestead. Xaoie in which assessed
: He said the peanut Elisabeth
series of political rallies, there should be a record Sf;t'oy, Agent. S.
Lulls ruin the soil for ,
raising All of said property being' In the4)bnty
turn-out at the polls here in the First
Primary
of
t oerries., Bradford. Stale of Florida -
Election I -. 7
next Tuesday. Y.. .c ; '
While some sections of the state have reported .Sa.w some of our Bradford 'The days tiave': been warm ,but ficates'Unless shall such be-certificate'redeemed' according'or' certi BIG 9-PIECE: DINETTE SUITES
.
leaning interest in the traditional political rallies County men including Titus 01- tien1r.hts' cool, and our corn *to.ou law certificate the property described In .
oc certificates will
such is certainly not the case in Bradford sen and George Huggins at the tikes, pepper; ',and peas are not I 1.1' sold to the highest bidder at
County. The rallies have all been well attended, Beef Cattle Breeder's and HerdsIaen'g ,growing as' fast as they should. the Jlond.ijin court house 1on1of door on)18)1' the- first, .30"-Jt 60" X 72" 11 IHI '

from: the time the opening gun was fired' in a Short Course in Gainesville Howe\er.there tias been 'a tyt of tihith' the t day of' May, 1960.! TABLE WITH i iR
lash: Friday' rain.. and it has _Dated this 4 day of April. 1?DO.'' I
helped, except, In ISI
downpour of rain at Heilbronn Springs, through ( E.iL) 8 CHAIRS.
low piaces which have
been. very : CHARLES A. D\URT. '.
Tuesday night's likewise rain-soaked gatheringat Oneof: the speakers, Wayman wet for a, long,time 'now. l-l?rk of Circuit Court of Bradford.
Brooker. It is expected that Friday night's G. Chapell.: Doan Agricultural Digest e" CVuntjr, Florida, ; YOUR CHOICE .OF ti i 1 {
final rally at BHS stadium will set a new 'high forecast an increase' in the Alice has ,a new:plant: In the 4,? 4t4MI ; FINISHES AND
,
in attendance. daughter of cattle:and low prices living room called.,. a ':rabbit's The\ Cenrt Ol The fennty Jitter:; COLOR
.Hiudfard Florid.
Camatf.
Keen i interest in several county races has contributed for she, next two years.. loot," which puts on a show everynbht. 1.. Probate.n ,
to the large crowds at the rallies and i. It closes.UP. when the room Ilftce',| ,Re-Deceased.Estate of, Guy Hadley' MANY TO CHOUSE t
Ri, .
Ai Ioanes Deputy Administrator -
is dark so we. put the lights .to'11 -
should also 'help get the voters to the polls' next on Creditors And Persons FROM
; USDA told the 450 cattlemen just to watch it oPen again. Hating Claim: *-Or Demands Against,.: r .
Tuesday.In attending the three-day Slid Estate:, -" -
this election the county also has a big meein? that the government will Spraying around the yard with n.,1"IU tL'led and and each required of you to are present hereby .

stake in several races of wider scope than those decrease: the importation of beef cur new garden-hose- attachment any, claims and 'demands which Regularly $J29.95 -
yon or either of.
confined to Bradford. This is all the a-s y. production climbs. He youmay hare
more reason and an all-purpose' insecticidehas against the estate of Guy Hadley 95
why it is important for every registered Voterto said we have been importing' about done wonders in .keeping Reeee! deceased, late of said County'r -
the
to 7ounty Judge of Bradford
visit the polls on Tuesday. eight percent' of' the beef down insect damage, and already. County, Florida at his officein ELECTION WEEK-END

One of our most prominent young native:sons, consumed.u. S. e our gardenias, whlth: looked as the Stark court, Florida house of within said Countyat fight -
Doyle Conner, is in a hotly contested race for black as "the inside pf a hat" are calendar months from the time of
Visitors from Venezuela South showing signs of life 'aga1 And the tint publication of this notice. PRICE !' IF
M
Commissioner of Agriculture. This has developed America; said they are upbreed- for another thing the ilitb: '' laim or demand shall be in
into a campaign that in some ,respects has. pro- ing'ihe native cattle [about the keeping down the "grills sprayingis and ,

vided more excitement than the colorless Govern ramp (as the' early) Spanish stockarotiid ;nats" 'which usually drive us ,
r race and a very few votes could well mean here] with Brahmans. crazy at this time of the year.
the margin between victory and defeat. For this Said'they like the Hereford and S., '
Black _..... 7-PIEGE I DINETTE I SUITE -- SPECIAL I
Angus, but that the English x
reason it is important that every voter in the Always have admired the beatt- :::.Y: : eupoE '
county turn out next Tuesday' and give his or breeds, cannot' stand the heat Uul sade a chinaberry tree

her support to our Bradford County candidatefor and.I humidity. I. gives. and now that ,we have a, ---.1'---'.. .
this most important office. Lota; > of' berries around yuung one we 11 1tate'as, whereto 36" X 48" X 60" TABLE WITH 6 CHAIRS
now It, for :
put it seems that lots
.
Another Bradford Countian, Circuit; Judge and this would be a good time of people don't.like than.. PURCHASERegularly '
George L. Patten, is running in the Eighth Judi-. for us all to buy all the berries .< u .-v.. SPECIAL

cial Circuit for re-election to his office, and a we can" and 'thus help' our growls Alice found a snake in.the gar-
third Bradfordite, N: D. Wainwright Jr,now of who have had a rough year. den this week: She moved" one 89.95

Hollywood. Fla., but still with many friends in So buy all you can give them as ..vay, and the black snake' t'other
this is seeking the post of Secretary of presents, and do your part to both fast.
area, C ELECTION RICR
help, our berry growers in, busi- ._ ,.i '1 WEEK-END $69.95"It's
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State.With so much at stake it is hoped that our ness-v: Met a Hereford bull this week Ttrlf p
that ccst $23,100,
and
citizens will turn out numbers came away S
in unprecedented While hunting for a cypress with
an inferority CQmplex.He
next Tuesday. If we do anything less than*that, seedling we found some ripe black gave Sam a short,glance, as if to **thiii' : [ where we got our THESE PRICES GOOD 2 DAYS ONLY'
we. will be derelict in our duty. berres"on: | our place. Saw a big. say. "you're not much," but Sam' loon from .
crop of the berries, but nary a toad, last
the laugh 'as they led Wewill: loan enough greenbacksto
seedling, and wonder what hap-
oft oM Super Duper the 22fid by
Moonshine tide you'olr emergency.
Syndicates 'pens to them. any
-the nose-- : Our 'service Is fast, friendly and A Fact You Can, Do Better At" ,
\.i
In North Florida? 'l':tIn confidential

,FOR THE: GRADUATE.. GIVE :A, ; DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

an editorial published Monday, the Florida ,.
Times-Union asked the Question: "Does North
Florida have moonshine syndicates?" aid wenton m

to comment that seven Bradford Comity'men, IE-\A! li ,' 111 OF : )?JSTARKEvUg

found guilty in U. S. District Court of conspiring N *

to violate federal moonshine laws, were .'% 434 446, West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke, Florid
scheduled, for sentencing Monday by: Judge %' // ...,
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Dozier A. DeVane. S ,r r --,
1
"The group Includes a suspended chief deputy ,- -
sheriff and the trial took on unusual ;aspects -- r

| when 'a group of County officials 'testified as r '

character witnesses for one of the defendants," PL- MAY

the editorial continued. '

This case should draw public attention' to a ',, r, : '

'pattern of the moonshine racket in North'Florida.It ;.'. f J ti J J : SALE S ,ONr

could also help inform the public,of some 6f the I e .a r I
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difficulties faced by public officials engaged in ''. { ..... ";"' t.,. '..-:'" ,
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and prosecuting viola- : 4. : e.
the business of enforcing, .
tors tof state and federal liquor laws," the Jacksonville ',." .,,, .!'Oo.". ". ..,.. ...,-, : Cash Or Charge: .-- Sorry, No Lay-Away On This Sale!
;'f / : :o;. : :
states, &nd continues: .7. ,
paper >/ / ..,.:', '- .'.
,?;Any citizen who has served on a federal grand '

jury knows of the tremendous number of,relatively [ + FINE MUSLIN
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minor moonshine cases that must,b con ..SMITH-CORONA lE\X: "NOBLECRAFT"CANNON TOWELS

sidered. The impression is gained thai ,while ..' Never a portable He it!'Never a pprtjHe: $o newfr' '*t>'le .... FOAM PILLOWS SHEETS

much time is consumed in hearing and judging H new 'in jpepd .' .new in spirit! A dream.' to: kqjc at '. a4 -; SOLID COLORS
these small cases, the really big figures manage '*' light to use, See if today ** ? ,7 ;>:" .

to keep one step ahead of Ute {aw- !" .' .Y J22 x 44REGULAR' .
"Judicial mills are usually jammed' with ,large ': FREEwith .: Terms To 'Suit"' $1.29' '
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numbers of these small cases. The'result is a ; .1 "NY Smith-Corona port. t" ,' 1' Ztinti.. 4yn
long delay between arrest and trial On Of the : te. .$23.fS' ,' ,' Your Conveniences .

defendants in the conspiracy case was ;arrested, ; -VALU E typing couti.. '. -ft z4 ij 9

in 1958. The backlog of cases is caused 'by'( a _: < : NOW% c

shortage of prosecutors and federal judges. ; ,) : ;.. e .
"Offenders are arrested and released on bond. _. r ',,; ..,.", '- REGULAR $4.9g kt :,

It .is not unusual officers claim, for,habitual

moonshiners to set up new stills, within hours i 1:0 FULL 81 x 99

after"There release.is some evidence to substantiate the The New Scripto; '.,. ::".i I FOR 1. TWIN 72 x: 99 .

that the persons arrested ,at the still .

opinion sites and hauled into court are not the major Business Line Ball Pens > HEAVY CANNON LIMIT "- S 6"J J

force behind the racket in this area. A local '. 1

supervisor for the State Beverage Department i' t' WASH CLOTHS 4 TO {

once expressed the opinion that, in general, moon- and Refills ; :;, ., ,CUSTOMER i'

shining in this area is organized around groupsof : CANNOn Regular 25c i

small operators financially supported by other I
persons. Of course, as long as the fall 'guys'prot FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING:, .
-. j
ct tffeir bosses, it is virtually impossible for 150OR .
BED i
SPREADS'SALE FINE
MUSLIN
officers to arrest these silent partners in a very : only 25ceach-:, at t

lucrative ,crime."Nevethejess: --
,,it is perfectly clear that moonshine ,,' WOVEN PLAID PILLOW GASES
4 operations can never be completely stamped TWIN OF FULL I I _
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out until a way is devised to get at the syndi l REFILLABIIwithRefikiOc4 'GET EXTRA SPREAD Ct.

,- MAKE MATCHING LIMIT C
"n
moonliine ;; DRAPES .FOR 4TO' :

lem of courts crowded with ,a. Surfeit ,of .small '. '

operators ever willing to protect the. person ,that -' : CUSTOMER'Pr
financed their stills in return for a slice' of the :: : .1 : .

profits. : r: BLUE .. : .
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& BLACK-. RUGS RUGS RUG:
CONGRATULATIONS to .Keystone ights on t -'" _
its soon-to-be-realaed= new industry, 'the) Keystone --, r' RED' : -, ,.p

Egg Cooperative, which *ill-employ around r
/" FINE ,OR MEDIUM POINTS' Viscose Rayon Roller
30 persons, in addition 75engaged inthe;: pro .0 ,
duction eggs in the'area. Industrvia'all: } that : : \ :Coated: Thick Carpet ,. S.

this delightful community has lacked in its ..
Like Texture For The ;
The most economical; I ,
march of progress toward',a well-rounded eco .. -.. '
isan! imPortant j Luxury Step'And Look I I21x34
cooperative
nomy and the new egg -S -H-:

,step;in-that'dlrectionV: writing: ever .devised.BRADFORD .-. REGULAR $ .98" \ -

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THE 8 BRADFORD ILOeifA''DLDE9'1U1 COUNTY EST.TELEGRAPH 1171; tY' NiLlra+ COUNTY() .'-'" :.; '; ,: $A' 1 98 : 21x48 $1.88} ; _


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t TUPB8DAY. APRIL 28. 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA ,A fg t_,mb_
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FAITH BAPTIST CHCKCtf I bert. Choir director .I the lime of the first -'' "'''- '; .
hcii ; J : Fred Dodd.tllvitatiotitended : .
I Merchants ; to this notice..' Each claim : = ; : -: -
Lawtey I all shall be in writing, and
A. E Massey..PastorBible who will join us for these ser- the place "residence and
J Harvest DayPromotion school 1U a. m. \ices. .. ... fice! address of the .
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s t- "" 1r.J 1.1 ti"" ".: shall oe sworn to by tbe '
IT'S TIME Preaching 11 a. m. his agent his 'attorney.,
I 1 Event Evening Service. 1:30 pm... NOTICE TO.. CREDITORS such claim or demand not
In thf Vnvrt f tie fun 1(7 Judge, shall be void.A. Ii'
( I Bible Study and Prayer Meet- Bradford ('.Blr..l4 ilda.V' "' T. Paul As Adl o
I .ng, 7SCf p m.. Wednesday. In Probates,. ... .. the Estate of !
Gilbert S. Goldwire chairman of In re'I.afate: : ( of James Bryant, De- I
the Starke Retail Merchants. Radio program, 8 to 8:30 a.a. 1-va.teAf *.c iTO Fir.t deceased publication April i I -"
E FOR F A CHANGE E I sociation, announced yesterdaythat :NRGlt.. each Starke.Sunday over station I SOXS ALJU.CBEDITOnssAjcn.HAVING QLJVIMS:: OR PER-DE-

30 local firms have joined in MAXD AftAl.We SA'iDteSTATKrYou : BRIGHTEN UP!
the "Silver Harvest Day" TradeAt &111'ae"6f -"l>U are! hereby .
HOPE BAPTIST'CIIURCII notified and mmjcedi-tw; present any Painting and
Home campaign promotion claims'and demands which you, or i l
which will get under way here ia I Sunday Sunday School 10 I.eithtr of you. may have against the At LOWEST .
I i a. m. Morning mesage 11 a. m. estate ut.. James Event d", asl'd.
May. late of said tke. CallDAWKINS
.Coul1ly..W County
Goldwire said the first Silver j Training Union 7 p. m. Evening I judge of''Bradford County, Kloridi.[ The E .
message 8 p. m. ; at his of Q<>e: inth* -..coupt"-house IIf I V .
Harvest Day event will be held i;I Monday, Bible Joy Club 4 I i said County .at .Starve. Florida I 414 E. South ; .
Saturday, May 7, at 3 pm.! on!, ,within! jgtft. calciVdar I months from .
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J ySLq1 the courthouse. lawn. This event''i Wednesday Prayer Meeting I ." ..' _.. : : ;
I will be of great interest to all. i
1:30 L
p. m. Choir Practice 8:30: .
I persons in Starke and surrounding -: ,
p._m- Pastor; Samuel s. Cut ,- -
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trade area.: GoMwlre said, /1 C5t.S1.J'J t

and complete details may be ob- a. m. on,May 3. .
''ji tained from any cooperating For free \
transportation to the'
If store I rolls, call W04-3791 or WO4-: tT1 WHO BUYS E' :
Firms included in the promotion 7741. '(iPd. Pot. Adv '
are Winkler Electric Service, I '
cV -I II Ij I Starke Recap Co., G. J. McGriff I WHO RENTS.? '
x ads I .
+ Appliances, Denmark Furniture C
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i Co., Goodman's Service Station, $100 REWARDFOR I .ij .s: IRS"
Williams Jewelry, Shepherd Radio 6 RiPA ,
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& TV, Starke. Builders Supply ,, I VHODON'T

Bullington Studio, Robins, Barks- j : l T[ :
cbies's. Stumps, Mitchell's '
DrugStore
Goldwire Service Center,j' OFFEREDINFORMATION be' bothered by these

Canova Pharmacy; Starke Hard, l .
I ; ware Co., Hart Furniture Co.,! .
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:. Tanner's Service Station. Leila's,I j prOblSfflS! the answers are as :s. V:

New :Method Cleaners, Koch Drug :
: Leading to Arrest andConviction V V 'close'' as your telephone directory V
; k Store, Terwillegar Motors, Slade 1

i .YZ 4 Gas Co., Starke Dry Cleaners & Breaking and of Parties ,\ ;;,-. in the classified section. V
Entering
Laundry, Florida Pest Control.
a Supporting firms: Community House Trailer and Sheds WHATEVER YOUR BUYING NEEDS ARE,

I\ State Bank of Starke, Florida on my Premises on FIRM
FIND A RELIABLE
YOU CAN ALWAYS
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Bank at Starke. U. S.Hivay301

The public is invited to registerat North of 'StarkeContact .:" TO, SERVE-YOU. i *,BY LOOKING.
any of these places for valu.

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ly Four Injured Paul Parker .t t t I [ I I V


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Four persons were seriously injured .
in a two-car head-on col-
: !Ihion north of Lawtey on US 301 ., For: ,
V VI early Saturday morning. I j II I $ ;
State Trooper Carlos Musgrove, 1
investigating' officer, said s x; Day We k.
the injured ,
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ELECT GUYANDREWS
I were Troy Golden and his ; employees
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wife Iside Marie of Waycross 1 and
Ua., and Lawrence. Porta and with Ad.

wife.: Iva Jean, of St. Petersburg. for opera

Three children in the care were of prison
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not hurt. '

Golden and his wife were hos-
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pitalized in Starke and later : 3
transferred to the Jacksonville :9'V School Of

YOUR NAS hospital. He is a Navy recruiter of schools
stationed at 1: ,, ) i the best
Waycross. ;'7 4 V .- r'V
Ti.e Portas, were also treated
f lure, and- Mrs. Porta was later : ;c : L
3 transferred to Baptist Memorial -
STATE SENAT ; County:
Hospital in Jacksonville for special other pro
treatment and plastic Burg ry
The accident occurred about 6 for

ON. MAY 3 a. nv, one mile north of the 'a ii:1
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'}, ; ': :. > '; cars were declared a total loss. Work

Qualified by Musgrove said Porta was char- 45SVM ; U. S::301;"
fed with improper passing caus- I for Road-
'I';; an accident.
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NOTICEFt
EDUCATION e DEVELOP-

I 9 BUSINESS EXPERIENCE and ( already '
of Bradford County: I )

DEVOTION TO SERVICE. 1 am Russell Green of Brooker.I 1 I

am married and have four chil- I I kt in our
dren. 1 have lived in Bradford !
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Guy Andrews: County: all my life. My father was !I
one of the old settlers of Brad- -
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lard County. I am a candidate i 1'I I II
fcr election to the Board of employees
Born and reared New River, Florida. County: Commissioners from Dis- I O -' : : County

Graduate University of 1orlt1a.tI 'rict Five comprising Brooker .
New River and, the entire county CZQI7CV4L'B211 WaylI

tI!< Graduate work Agriculture at University!' Wisconsin.. at large. I have previously asked ---l( Assist and
eltction to this office and was not I

Eight Agriculture.year exjMTionceilh IT. S. Department of successful not asking The for man re-election.I ran againstis OH AN ELECTRIC.RANGE IN*YOUR KITCRE"...AND AN ELECTRIC WATER HEATER IN YOUR II IIs more and ap

1 am qualified to serve you as i now from old-fashioned open-Same ... fully. Thus
., Three year active duty U. S. lacy World War II. your County Commissioner. I with '. '?.
'. ..' cooking and water heating. Do away
will stave to make .
Successful business!::-.'..-... flames, fumes and.offensive.OOO1'L Enjoy 1!
one am going to promise J Work with
modern, worry-free push-button living...
Estate business.Elected anything that I do not feel I can *
and peace of mind that's priceless. Coolest, every way. V
carry out. Please, vote and support
Tax Assessor Bradford County, 1918. ne for County Commissioner cleanest,fastest,cheapest..and the changeover -

from District Five. u easy! See your electrical appliance 1
Acthe in and Civic Affairs.
Religious! Respectfully yours. dealer.!. or plumber. 'htdustry

., Member and Elder First Presbyterian Church. R. H. [Russell-) Green Jr. m FLORIDA POWER;* LIGHT{ COMPANY ..girls' can
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Past President Starke Rotary Club, Mason, Shriner, Elk. Hear R H. Russell] Green, Jr. tM. K"U\ HELPING'BUILD FLORIDAurtlRl I II

I Fir-;, Post Commander, District Commander, and Northern speak on behalf of his candidacy > ) session
for County Commissioner. Dist. j
t Area Commander American Legion. -tkJ1IJ fT/; suggest
I 5 ever Station WRGR on May 2 I J. .
ff they want
Member Kastern Star Past President Starke Chamber oft at the following times: 7:40 a. m., j
i 12:10 n. m... fi:20 n. 'm. and 7:40 __. ... i
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I tion. : the close
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President Bradford Development Corporation to Promote REPUBLICAN ,
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WONT YOU GIVE ;"> ':o r'?v-;. MAY, 3, I960 >. j i are- en-
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ANDREWSA \ '. .. : .i: l< i I..?' V V :\ II I :
GUY 1 :.' :". '. !. ,,:. :" .' ..I .,'.. .' ; the District
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CHANCE TO SERVE YOU : : ; } .. ; J,
To"yptfc: for&personwhosename.is printed"on,the ballot mark a cross (X) in'the square at the RIGHT of

l For F 0 U R Years nt"thepersonfor.whom; Tau, desire: ;ta.Both. *,,* xt'j": ;i,. V -' '- -+>|.WS_ ,' >C"": ** .*.-. --.-"'""_.-c-- 1 I .....

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Not Twenty-Four Years Stale :t. ,Po. ..o."h . .'- !

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GOVERNOR =. l!
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: VOTE FOR & SUPPORTs .:. '. '$ (Vote fo ;one) ". ... >- .. > :.. -,.. '.. I

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GEORGE. C. PETERSEN. .
( ) GUY ANDREWS .. .. .: .
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grand jury and returned to Titusville. BOATDHAIN BAPTIST CHUKCHI I liS! cause to be incorporated I* CoBBtr ...r'. ('curl I. '.. *! at tI... court house door on the 191,0. ,1
Conner's Final I "-i the provision! of Chapter !! F.r Bradford COB. ,. Florid first Monday Inronb of May. D.ited this 4 day of April. 1960.
,jGriffis Given I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning : Florida Statues. A & C un-I In n' Estate of G. W. Andrews !!Iii". which is the 2 day of :May. I, SEAL)

He has a lengthy FBI record,I Worship a. m. Training) ....... A corporaiion. with its .deceased., i iOTlct i will be sold to the highest bidder I CHARLES A. DARFT,
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aif s'n-f: at Lawtey. : TO CHED1TOB8
including offenses for cattle stealIng j Union. 6:30:: p. m.. Evening Wor-;( !Dr&'L'ord .('Dunt). in the State of AUai..>rs' .,f the estate of G In

Life Sentence disturbing the peace worth-' Push in Jax Area ;jihip, :17:30 4: p. m. i ';' .nda. and whereas the proper W. Andrews, 'deceased are herenycctifivd rrShOP

less .checks and desertion from ;' Prayer' Meeting; 'Wednesday-: .tfficcri of *u<"n corporation did on and required in file any
I ISth day of .
the AprU. A D. 19Co claims .or demands which they m t
the Army.He I i t I..'J I iI p. mPastor j!I ....aH tl) be riled in the office of have against said estate In the of. ,
Continued From Pace 1] It.i' .Secretary of State of the State CHAD
received at the State Rev. Barney Sweat.
was Continued From Pace 1] I .f Florida, a duly authenticated I!It.., of the county judge of Bradford '
< Prison last week to start his life j II I Evtrycne WeIc me.i I repotuiton adopted by the stockhoker5 County. Florida in the court-
trourtrcom took seats near
and I noni-e st Starke. Florida within
She front. I sentence. i legislation for the betterment of i t- under the provisions of5la eight calendar months from tM
I Chapter COS, Florida Statutes.: ;
', I St. Edward's Catholic Chart b d-tb of the first publication bf thisu'.ltce. SHOP I1I'J [
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Griffis was! held here in 1958 in fcur state and for the benefit of ..howng! the dissolution of such Each claim demand must'
or
i Starve, Flu'ldaMass' .
I I Corporation.JCow.
'connection with the death of Midget Baseball be in writing and must state the .
the
ell of Florida.
people Sjdtht.. at 10 a. zn. ; therefore the Secretary of pla-e residence and .ottirt
or p08
Robert Tison. Negro resident of]I I,Meeting Scheduled Conner continued. 'I know. the I: Holy day Masses u 8:30 a. m. & State does hereby certify to thiTf address of the claimant and must
the Pleasant Grove settlement 1 j | ( going and that he ia satisfied )b. vorn to by the claimant bls'j'

(West of Starke. At 'a preliminary I:|:For 3:30 Friday i' people of Florida will consider the j| 5:30: p. m.Weekcay. Mass. at 8:00:. a. m. th.it urea! the complied requirements with of law have agent become void or his according attorney to or law.It will I'' Don't Buy Your New Car

'hearing witnesses testified that background, qualifications, and Confessions 7 to ti. SEAL) is) R. Andrewa..

*Griff was the last person seen i All boys Interested in comingcut j\ performance rather than promises IX WITNESS: WHEREOF.' I have Administrator of the Estateof the First -
m ., hereunto set my band and have affix G W. Andrews deceased. I. on Stop
with Tison before the Negro'a for Jaycee Midget Baseball i i of the candidates for Commissioner Baptisms; marriages.and in- *d the Great Seal of the Stat. First publication on April -

'"'eQith.' Griff. employers at a I,teams should report to, the Starke of Agriculture. I am con- .fractions by appointment. "ni apitaU Florida this at the Tallahassee EIGHTEENTH the 1660. 4.14 4t 14'1' _- ''I.___-_- -_ --- --

truck stoP. however. testified. he day of APRIL A. D. JS$0.U. .
School playground i
Elementary fident that
(Jjwas working at the time the I]j my candidacy measures GRACE METHODIST CHURCH .. .A. OR AT.Secretary Mvnrn OF APPLiCATION FORT
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,murder supposedly took place/j I Friday at 3:30.: The Midget League .- ; up to the high standards required of State. .%\ DEED GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE
LAWTEY. FLORIDA It 4/21 See. 194.1U. F.L
for this cabinet
Griffis whose home was in Bre- organized and operated by important Notice Is hrrrby given that R.

4 vard County. had been employed the Recreation Department and post and that Florida's voters'will Sunday Sunday School. 9d; XOTICRN'OTICE ''W Rivers the holder If the following -

endorse me on election day." !a. m.. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. IS HEREBY OIVEX that certificates has filed said certificates BUT
fir Starke. only a short while at ]j sponsored by the' Jaycees last i the polling places for the various for a tax deed to he Issued -
J the time of his arrest. He was ij Evening Service 7:30: p. m. precincts in the election to be ht'ld. tnereon. The certificate nnmber -
later freed Bradford year is coming into its second i j: FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wednesday Youth Fellow- May :3.: A. D. lUll, are as follows: I' and years of Issuance.-the il.rgcrfpMon -
by a County
No. I Lawtey City Hall. the and the
year with great expectations. Avery :'! Cor.. Call & Christian Streets .-'nip: and Choir Practice. 7:30: p.., Xo. 2 Nonh Starke Court i maims In of which it property was assessed are A SEEBilly
FOR BETTER DEAL
successful season was' enjoyed j Bob L. Radiett, Minister PI- Hoiii-e. i I as jGlliius: I
No.: ::3 South Starke Terwillegar Certificate No. S5. .
: WT.U. I last year Sand an even better I j i I CHURCH KEYSTONK Motor Co. 20 W. Madison St. I| Tear of Issuance 19S8. ,|,

one is expected this year. I'I I Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Worship Rev. M. H. Breytogle, Vicar : I No. 4 Graham Mrs Ratliffs! j DcwriptIon of Property Com. at SE |
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I must be 10 old on I and Communion; 10:45: am.. : rt'lo'idtoncl'_ i (% .r of NEU run W. 505 ft for |
"THE Boys years Chi Sunday-7:30: a. m.. Holy Communion No. i Hampton Citv Hall i Fnn a uo ft. \V 55 ft. S 1257 ft. '
WICKED Rho 5 ,
SHALL BE i I or before June 13 and must not i I p. m. Choir Practice }"o. 6 Theresa! Community i SCIv CI.5 C 18 5 ft to FOB Sec. 24 : Dowling
:TtRNf.D INTO HELL. AND ALL 'reach their 13th birthday untili [8 p jn. CYF 7 p. m. ; 9:30: !a. m.. Sunday I Cenur. '1N ''T, X S. R. 2! E.
'THE' NATIONS I I ('. 7 New River Former. ComI 1 Name In which as!'esed Keystone :
THAT FORGET I Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. New School; 9:30: a. 'tIL. Morning Hi'at- \ :
i I August 5 to be_eligible for league ii I I.riunfty Center. I ISc. j' :-; rvk..,.. Inc. ,
COD. i i play. Beginning Friday, practice I Training for Service. ft and Sermon I iHoIv! Ci>iuuiiiiiuti! | 8 Brooker' Community All of said property being in the I
0 Center.V: County of Bradford, State of Florida -:
PSALM : will fee held on Wednesday and I I ta<'h first Sunday I b :it) y uu \ Order of Poard of County II I
: 9:17: ] I niWAY Across The Street From Setzer's
: Friday afternoons at 3:30: until CHAPEL i| Young Ptop'.e: meel. : I immJssioners, Bradford County, I'rless such certificate or certlflcates (.. i I
ASSEMBLY OF GOD! JP. Trida shall be redeemed according
first game which is scheduled) for J i Huly O..y. -1:3u a ui. Holt :$EAL) law described
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f Morning' Worship 11 a. m. Even- ;i!I QU1'II-'IC DISSOLUTION TH nnORPOIi ITCi prBLIC NOTICE Sell It Rent It Trade.l I! 119 PEVTOV S. THOUP30VJ FLORIST.!.ST.PHONR .
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ELECTL l t AitI* Service 7:30: p. m. Wed- >'In TILe Name \H& Bf .The vtatherItr .:; The Florida Board of Forestry t I WO 4-1155

I II I..e.sday weekly prayer service. 7:45: Of The Male Of Florida a bMy corporate }under the laws IUII1'JU'Tn-E FLoWERS:

J I To All To. Whom These Presents /if tlifl Fta.te of. Florida hereby I II wn WIRE FLOWEBlf- AM WHERE

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[fli Wednesday, June 1. The season L \1, .enfjeld, Lawtey Florida to rfeed to F'.Fter' ISM Smith and '
It
i will begin June 13 when the summer R. Carl Harris. Orlando Fioilda Mry Anne Smith husband and FOR SALE
Harry A. Wiley; $Starke Florida i! wife, the following parcel of land. I :Jew tite3 t Building! Supplies.!
program geta'under way. did tn ,the 7th day of April. A. D.I limited ind heInz in Bradford- -'- wlbNIIM 4MP RF.'OLt'TIO" 4 (eats rr Wei. Krlve way pips. 15' Ispgtha $l5iper
". -- Ciimty: State i'Flor'lda. to wit: : rlft foot. See Billy Jackson. Jade,
-.. 'I hat portion of the East Half : WORDS OR l.F.9. Lice lnftla tMUIman Charge n __ .n son Puilding Supplies tfchg
I (Vi: of the' Southwest Quarter
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AQUA POOLS ((:SW'iWI4)I i ) of of Section the Northwest Thirty-six Quarter(36): EACH ADDITIOV\I WORD OtKH. SO __u.____. __,__ ** perM W.$ SINGER: : SEWING MACHINE _

Ti.Khship Seven (7) South. Range % DISCOUNT! 0\ R. ftt .U' I\SRRT1O>4 .U 8oj 40 rer.e.ntatJVe will be In Bradford

apes" TVtnty-one (21) East. lying West 2 5. AODIlfOVAL fOR BI-IVU ,U8 oft AUJ!l NUT i'AID IN ADVAMCIrWE CiMondays vice on any and snake Fridays.machine For ser.
s of State Road Number ThlrteeenUJ writeor
All New. All "' more particularly describedIR - 40!call N. Singer Sewing Machine Co.
: Marlon St. Phone
,I follows: Begin'at the :Northeast HAVE a new loan program tot IIOL'SE:; ; FOR RENT: Inquire at l.ake City. Fla or 880.
and Sizes rorntr of the Southwest Quarter farmers. Loins H 1 to 6 years Pm Station tfchg Tfchg
: <:tnVi of the. Northwest Quarter for the entire credit require. --
(NW'.i ) of the said Section Thirty- meats of the farmer and bill famlly. I)F.%\ RHOIi .M'HSKRr HOME W.aTED Lady or couple to live
: fix l ihG). and run westerly along Gainesville production Cred t 'jf.l Care for you child. Fair :n my home. Private rooms. See
I tI he.North. line of the said Southwest Association 620 Korth Main R.Ues. LI.nspd. Phone WO 4-3031. I Siella Rhodejv Kt. Box 72. 4
,- ., Quarter (SW H of the :Northwest Gainesville Fla. tfch JUS:! N. Thcmpson St. tfchg. P miles out of;Starke OB Ha I ford Rd.
hone
Quarter (NW"B. a distance I WO4.J031. 4tp 4:21':
ff ninety (90) feet to th# West RADIO REPAIRED
I margin: of the right-of-way of JLU Make AU 4JCharge FOR SAI.R I DRESS :MAKIXQ. .*
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State Road Number Thirteen (13) I....... : _..'a..... Ready mix: concrete, concrete blook ,napea and general eltp alterations.cover,

rI f''I' a point of beginning. Thence SHEPHERD' RADIO TV on-s.: fence posts. 118 D'). cement (|luau 8 a. m, *o 4 p. m. Mrs. ASiAn A
in direction |B...B Cr..., Owner Untllr mix. rock steel oyster shell Mnrelra
run 301
a westerly 'along on nest door to B. T
the Mid North line of the said 412. K. 'all SI. Pfcoa. WO 4-89411 1 1"prll4"k and Roof Gravel. Phone 'Thr.inan Lumber Yardtip
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I giark. flm.COLONIU. WOI.SI, Bradford Engineering I
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:R .uthwe 'Quarter (SWI ) of. theXnrtiiwest '
\ AS LOW, AS I I Quarter (XWVi). a dNfap FLORIST I ( ''. tfchg I-'fjt RENT: 4 room funlshed
<-e of five hundred seventy (SO) n-)u<." and S room unfurnishedhcuKe.
Only F. T. D. Florist In Stark
tI tffi.: then"e in a southerly direction -
$2,000 lowers! wired any place. Flowers I Apply 308 S. Water St. tfchgOm
alongthe West line of the East

PIfONE TODAY: 12 x 27 Size Half (E1,,) of the said Southwest for WO 4-(291.all. occasions SOC East locally.Nona St.Phone tfchg I I Complete! 'f'fe Service I
Quarur (SWU of the Northwest of Towa Owaer \.IIAt Sellt

I Keystone Heights 4305 No Money Down 1'1"n Quarter, hundred(:NWU ninety a distance and fonr-of FOR F Furnished apartents. -I i:',I Pruning Bracing Dt'- loIl8-1 \e"::lr trrea halOed HUO'2 off tdrw.301 .\.me..rth)Immediate

: A. J. Thomas Jr. ter.ths (11904) feet to the West m Reasonable rates, year 'I'I ing; Cavity Work Tree Re-I II : poii.Mlaa! Will r.e.Utr-

I (Collect Calls Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs. To Pay margin of the rlght.otway'of shopping center. Phone WO t- 1I11 I I moval Transplanting :: Iodr... Trailer .. dews ,.,...t
?tate Rogd Number Thirteen (13): cr WO 4-0771 evening or call at %131 I ::. ml. \orik err sai. TB,. rjht, let
i thence.' Northeasterly along the S. Cherry St. .(Shell Oil Co. Office.) ,'Sapp's' < Tree Surgeons !! ...It.. be>gad Farmer Market. ?ia
West marpin: of the right-of-way tft-tig !him.f ea rljchl.
,. Sip 528
TRIEST CONSTRUCTION t-I' It the said State Road Number PETE 8APP, Owner
CO. I Tnlrle (13: ), thirteen hundred FOR
YOUR Thirty O350) feet to the point. off1Ifl HASTINGS MATTRESS i RTARKJ5: PHONE WO 4.3965,' panment RENT -, I room furnished a.
i Private
t> !,, >> bAth and en.
WORKS
& UPHOLSTERY; i iI iI trance
i AlIIl.'arpOl't..
P. 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights, Fla. Aof)) the above described land Simons. 40; West Washinifton Jfra.! J. L.
: )IvlI'g in Section Thirty-six (3U. '710 Lemon St. I'alaika
__ I T'wniip Seven t tchg 5/12
I -- ( ) South Rangew'mrpone
STATE REPRESENT i i T (51) East and eon- Furniture Repaired, Uphol- l oll SAI.H 19511
t I taln.ng.; j me and two-tenth's .(9.!) "'H'hin machine. 195 Frigidaire
j r acres, more or less. stered & Refinished "..It'l< TV. lullabye Zenith Con-
RADIO I t, -"cert the following described I crib and a blue
DISPATCIIESERVICI. ; :"?parcel; MATTRESSES REBUILTNew ?t'Ights.ra! "n
1 i I' !Start at a f'onl'rf'temonumpnt Itrha
1. He's\not seeking a job He wants do i[ wi:}, a disk' In the top of Fame Innerspringsand
to
.- a job. :'scribed BH 41 which :monument is NOTICE
I...... ,[o ne nf .a series' of monuments of Box Springs.: t to 0\nr.HFlL OPPORTl'MTTlliv
I I
J- (Florida Geodetic Survey: Alachua Whelan home, located
Drop U. a Card or Call j one
2. He's qualified; "'.: f..l"'. R Van Leer 19J4). The plane. I, mip) nr.nth of I.autey on the old
A ': coordinates of this !L-ivUey road, will he
monument un- PALATKA EA 3-9166 Auctioned off
Qualified as to Education 1: Q) I I I der tne I' S. Coast and Geodetic t 0 the highest bidder on April :30:
: ..n l I I I Snr.ey Lambert System are Xeonals STARKE '''0 4>5834SIRS. ai t 1! noon at the courthouse lai
I llradford High School and University of 'Fla. .:} J..>. t I J.739.456.51: Y 'equals Sll.i .- i II S arke. Here la your opportunity to
.. .,.:.?: i I' 1S.03: ; thence proceed 207.0 on a PEGGY SHALLEK: Starke I gi. a well-furnfxhed house. a dou-

I Qualified as to Experience g rid! azimuth of 273 degrees fifty t 4e concrete block garDj!".... a conure .
'*\'';. .. |eight minutes and forty five eecond A.P8* For Expert: Tree Surgery Call Ourj! | pump hou t>. and 32 acre of
(which Is a true beams of I aurmelon-raliiing land. You don't
J Practicing 19181960. r \ South 84 degrees and Agent wan; to mlB the
\ attorney $ fifty one opportunity of
I ( SALES / ..... 'mInutes I East) to a point; thence ICVKMNO-M'.ir.H: CI TOO. HSES LATE for TO adult JOIN All 224 N. Temple Phone \VO 4-39CS 'Tying to get this lovely place for
proceed a distance of : >'-a- home. Come to the
3,8X5.89' auction
on and
I Service
!\
County Officer 1948-1955. s subject Credit if wanted. Write I l hid
a grid azimuth i>f 211 degrees and i For mtlr.de"11!! about this
\ SERVICE 5* minutes and !7 second (which DirtQiufr WO Box }190, Starke. or call I'oK SALE 12 ft. Penn-Tan : 1 i place. see Dorothy Swanbom on C

L Has served, at one time or another, as ia a true bearing of :North :3 de- tion Office i-S071 or L'SO visit Bldg.Adult for Educai additional i boat with windshield and wheel. !S. Highway S ll. four and a halt
erefs and 9 .minutes! East) (which S tr". Robt.l Sheller \ 'in-lee! north of Stark 2tp ion
for 4. Information.! V044934.tfcbg
Attorney Lawtey, Hampton, Brooker and ..__ line is on ofnterline of paving of tfchg '

r Starke. I c- State Road :200! as now constructed) T.\U.oR MADB DRAPERIES I t JrT Yellow and Oretn Parakeet
RCAViCTOR' *** to a point which is station 30-1-13- 'rt-t labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller. :09 FOR RENT: 3 bwlroom bunga-'w.'th nand around foot. Answer to
f County Attorney 1959. & 2V<..of State Rd. Department section M: \dKiJJ. St. phone WO 4-5934 tfchgtfchg l low 307 Lafayette St. Call Jackyonvllle ,name of Pee. Phone Will .2771
2010-1502. This FA' 8-0013./ :
I potnt Is the Inter- tfchg'M 2t'hg 4I
STEBEO&1ADIO WOodland SERVICE ON f't'ctJOn'-of two lines whose delta Is
14 d'-Krees and %4 minutes and 20 \ ) HI.\ "-SEW CONDITION I j FOR RK.NT 3 room and bath
3. Qualified, as to Community Service SALES & REPAIES 4-6901 ALLMAK seconds left This point Is 3,467.0 FOR PENT: -..Two bedroom lakefront The O".rra Of This Flee 3 Bed j ;;'urni,hed apartment j in Hampton.
-------- XortliEat of the apparently home on Kingsley1.ake.. Completely ,oo.1.: .....,}- Home Hate BeeaIraatfrrred. :Mm. Jessie fhamaln '
accented 4 gj
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ttchg
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1 -- South West corner of See- furnished. Available to .ted Offering' Their! '
Past State Commander, The American Legion \ tlo:. 3(. Township 7 South' and June 1, Call Carl Johns, WO 44201. analogs/ IIrlffkIn Home At A Total -,: Fen SAM Comfortable 2 bed-

Past President Starke1 notary Club SHEPHERD f9 i Eane; !l East on a true bearing Price Thau It *.ld Per 4 IraraKe. Mom frame house. &67 Alton P.oad.
f>f .Vtrth 1$' degrees and 14 minutes PAINTING r- and Paper Hanging.Ralelph % : Beside. The Prraart Comftliarllen. f'!l..";" WO >.|145. 410512
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*. East. This ZIke, Phone Keystone SttlT Thr Hera Ofttrn A '
f Past President, Young: Democrats -.II\I"D. CfrEEN..vOWNER --- 41t E. CALL ''' __ und r the. Lambert point has System coordinates of X RFD 1 Fox 470, Keystone Large ('t'.ror. tad Kstra Large !' TAKE t'p PAYMENTS -- on GE

emiaU 2,741.784.2. T equals 514.473 .- Heght8.! 4tp 4,28, I lllilr HI.OM M Ilk All raplllllra fcjtomatic defroHt refrigerator with
1 --- : ; ; thence proceed for a distanceof I .Automatic Makhiax. The Large i winging shelves like new at Da-
... lie's not obligated to any person or 211.98' on a true bearing of Lot 1. \rry Writ l...d......... tel : 'I hmero Gift Shoppe Itchy
group. North 11 degrees and 41 minutes WANTED rB<>rd. The UuUliadlaC Festers p
SECURITY GUARANTY West 10 an Iron pipe cn the present : I U That $K93 Cai>h Will 11... tee I J 1 1la. FOR RENT J bedroom unfurntrhed .
5. His 'westerly right of line of Immediate Oreapaaey ia IIOQM. Apply smith A. De-
record is way 'Orfur.,1 ..
\ one of accomplishment. There's Htle Road 200 /or a point of be- Lake And We Have The Key. } --t, V- > SUI West t Adklns St.__ Itp
COMPANY Property
nothing in his record to embarrass glnn-ng; thence proceed. a distance II T. loot Family To Iate'llcale
: you. tot 15819"6n a' true' tearing of This OiUtaBdUg Bay. run RHIVT. 3 rooms and bath
Incorporated North Cg degree and three min 30 or More II. C. WALL ACENt"
6S HF's IItellVt''t to an Iron pipe; thence HARRY RABB BROKER Howard phoae IVpf ..rzu ..tfchgFrtEEXB )
running on his qualifications and past proceed on a true bearing of North Acres 2tM R. fall Bt. 04-4A01 i iWe

lecord, nothing else. OFFERS zero degrees and 54 minutes East With at least 600 1 DEEP BERRIES -- for
to the north line of the E H of 4re Furtaaate To Offer Ap I h' Turn left at Trail Motel on
the S. %V. U of N. W. U of Section feet on lake. I Large Uaterlroat Lot Oa Bedford'Lake I '''iard< road; turn right on first
I S6 "fom-nshlp 7 South, Range 21 With a .We !Slope T* Tha jgrjd 4 road, go two mlleii. You
7. He knows the needs of the County and its people. : East which line Is at a distance of F. B. HERMAN Water And Saodf Beatk Far AlC.UeiMay I pick I5o qt. Bring container. Man

approximately 43(.0' at which distance Prlre Of Oal, $1. :09. 'r:, 'ff!" __ :.__2tp 64
: PHONE SP MOWRooto () '.... 1 "
% : an iron pipe is set; thence 1LU I Aa ( .1 Bur *
8. He's treat Praperlr. Take up payment on QE .19
young and in good health. proceed easterly on the north lineif 4 Box MS .ter-I Inch
( the E >i of the S. W. *4 of N. II. C. WALL ACENCV electric range cacao be told from
I W M of Section 31. Township 7. JACKSONVILE FLA. HRRr R \BB, BROKER n-w at D4hm*r'. Gift StH ppe.
21 M J:. fall "i. U-04401FOR f H'h"
9. He will continue to maintain an office where (South. Range East for a dls-
tonce of 31420 on a true bearingnf
the people may consult him privately.' PER ANNUM Ncrth89 degrees and IS minutes SALE OR RENT: After May lirand new Admiral 9 foot refrlg.eraiora .
East to an Iron pipe on the MOTHERS la Unfurnished four room Cottage.iath for all low as '%,33 per

"-cst right of way line of State I If you have used AVON COSMETICS and Screened Porch. Corner week at Delimits Gift Shoppe.
Road 200 as presentiyeonstrueted; t Ccerry and South Streeta. J. T.I II I Itcbg

II you want intelligent able INVES1MENTCERTIFICATES thenfe proceed for a distance ofIH.U' you know you can sell L.)!:Y'. ItchgFOR I ft4tJ4 "trllwbt-rril'lI, 25e pint.
on a true bearing of South them. '
1$ decrees and 44 minutes West Many dollars can be earned I RENT: : bedroom house Smiles Yof; pick them. Basket furnished.

along the wen! right of way line of I serylclnf customers In a territory -- out on Raiford Hlwa,. $40 Three miles north of Starke. Turn
honorable t :)eI mo. Willie Mae John. %%1nutb alt <>n graded road at sign: Mark-
and
State Road 200 a. now constructed >> you. Write Ouida C.Sweat .
aggressive re- near : :, S. Park Flare. Up I lee Starling strawberry farm. Goon
to a pipe set adjacent to the
point of tangency of a 2 degree 'P. O. Box 540, Live Oak.!i l graded road 3 mllea. Itchg

presentation in Tallahassee curve 206 (should on centerline it be found State by a Road later F' in.&w -I Iter.j j rue HAVE Qt. you plenty pick of them.STRAWBERRIES MorrIs Itfhg4Vnt Car-I I'T4k.TV up like payment new 90 Olympic Z1jn.h

more accurate survey that the distances I. PrIH.r.I"SH.. .......tle.11 .. ,St.oppe. at Dahmers Gift

I This is not a formal offering which is. made only by of 43C.O and 347.41 are A City FarliltiM Are J..t *...,,, a Home of Tour Own! Small Uchg
the" ; not the correct distances to extend Oi Tbr Ftmtmrt Of ThIs Larx I.wn payment balance like rent. FOIl REST Small
prospectus furnished on request. May I hare the in- to ihe. north tine of the E % of Trane !!..., Imntti At 411 .111.! No closing exptniea. W. II. :S-oUmat1.1 i home. 20 X. Broadway gt.furnished Reddish
S. W. of N. W. !% of Section 31. Ro... iMrmtft J...t'n.... Fr.m I Sl X. C'htrrry st.! tfchg Vidrew Rt. t Box 43.
formation offered? Township 7 South Range 21 East 1'kt MadlMB St. BaptUt rfc.rrh.i j rooker.Up

MARK '. i their lite call of the north line E % The Lame lt I. Heaillr WM4r.1 L| KOR RENT: OR SALF.-rnfurnillh.

YOUR BALLOT: ., '. NAME_____ -------- ,_' .... of S. W. U of N. W* % Is to take .la* Well UHrtteupei. Best .f AU.| ..oJ S bedroom house. Also furnished FOR SALE ..; Chicken fertilizerand
-- precedence. The present right ofwar T he Tot.1 Vrirt I. Oalr M..eeo. lime .
1 apartment. W. H. Xollman. il' N spread
I on your farm. Alm

.: # FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE \ ADDRESS_. ________---______________ I west line Hide.of Is State 190' distant Road J0 from on the the T'llth. Salt Cairtalrat....... .IIe.Terns. S.me Arnmsrt-:MU.r:: ,!hrrv !tt. tfohg: WO Alfalfa f.Ii5l.ba,. J. B. White phone

t ctnttrline ef present pavement; Itrpain Ar. X..4... Bat T". Vrlrrin4 TOR SALE 43 folding seati Stchcr S/I!

(Vote For One) CITY__ '___ I i thence proceed a distance, of 179.41 lJHU. Make ThU 'Am MralBar .riable for church or theatre. One j j:ir wberriet Ida qt
---------- -- pick
p__ on a true bearing of South 21 degrees Per The ..I.Y..rwIf Faa u mall gas ht'ater-3 CROW eases i I !h..m. Harold-K. yon
rman.
: I and seven minutes West to fall 1". Fur Aff.tntm.mt T* S... Tapistry and plcturea. P. O. Box: > Halford Rr. Lawtey-
J. PHONE NO. j : -..- the point of beginning which distance H. C. WALL AGE Ct' j fti Starke. ltchg "| ltchgi

A. THOMAS, JR. iX// i Offer iritdT Residents Of Florida Only.. curve ia measured whose radiua on a la cord.1U.'ZS'of a. HRHYR4Ba. BROKER t RENT' Two i BJW bedroom mBiaBBmBmmaaBaBammma furnIfti'd m.FCR .-- i! FOR RENT bnuw with- ( room nicely fnrnihd -

The property line is the are of the 'rlrawoerrlea For Sale ZIc qt. You I house. Adults only. Phone WOj I For carport and utifityrtntn
II SECURITY GUARANTY COMPANY curve which is south east of the furnUh conalnw See Jim Sweat 1-71 j? tfchg| ,.4ii'd. Inquire couple it or with smalL
I" Tune in A* cord .measurement 17941. This U. 201 X turn right at old J J 5" 7JJ x. Thornpi.ooi
J. THOMAS, .Jr..Election Eve, Incorporated parcel lies Jn the E 'i of the S. W. I.'cstaurant, ttb bourn across rail-:Cocker; Spaniel Puppies A. K. 4'tatstere& '' Itl')!"-
ii <>f the :>. W. < of Section % Id. j'
4 C. l Up *
1W. i Phone WO W.tTEDt'
,. f r, May 2nd ,7:50: P3I. Radio Station WRGR 215 W. Ashley Street Jacksonville, Florida Township 7 South Range 21 Eaatand tj j -IlU. lfl4:! P.eaconable.Butter Rd. ItpiEquity ,i FOB iHfIUFP. JRNV-(65 OX MIT STaRLING SBD.
Phone'EI 4-7858 EL4-7859 contains 2.54 acres more or1ev. .'%T. D :* .
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: : \OTRM FOR JEV\l\ STARLING I In 3 JSedroom house la Star1f
Pd. The above described oarcel of FOR SHERIFF ;' r Sale Call WO FOR
( PoL Adr.) Milton Mo h r. n TIn Keystone Heights
YOU MAY START YOUR INVESTMENT ,. .. .land was conveyed by Foster Shi FOR THS 'PORTATIO\ 4.741 for partlrular Stp S 1J S bedroom home. unfurnished, 2
"' Fojiih and Mary Anne Smith to POLLS O\ Mil 3RD CALL OB>BmBmaBBBaa BBBBBaBHMaBBMBBBaaBBBBBBBmmMBaBB>HBBBM BBaBBBBBHBBaBBiaa>mm I
Sl-rk
to .
; .. I LPLQ$25,000 the Florida Lake G ner". Rent $*'
-- ----- ----.,---- Board of Forestry BILLY JACKSOXfO 4-2551 PIA.VO FOR SALE -10 Edward i TO- InformattoB phone eveniegtill
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f TTTTYTTYYTTTVVTTTTTtBALDWIN- '-- i tentative for the Guaranty Life I!lilly at the home;of Mr. and Mrs. Spence Pete Rowland) ftnd their: Earl Cannon, Jr., 'Billy Godwin,!''after,' spending the Easter holidays -,;I attend the Junior. Minstrel to be; l Friday ion en night Highway in'' a head-on 228 just coil 'a-

I Insurance Co, in Baldwin East !W. T.'Eagerton'ori'Blai?Road in friend. Bob, enjoyed an outing at Mike Cannon and Buddy Padgett here with his parents Mr. i, ,,':.a rriqay night, April 29, at mile a.st of Maxville overpass In

\ Macclcnny, Taylor, and Baxter.I(Whitehouse last Saturday after- Jacksonville Beach last Sunday. enjoyed the.car races at the Jack- and Mrs. John North.. |:I:Ealdwin High School Gym Aa- the same' accident Fratai CM..iGiadieux ;;

The Otis Church of God will noon. Mrs. Joe Nettles and childrenand lonv1Ue''-Speedway last' Saturday Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and daughter :n 8ion will .be 50 cents for adults -' a sailor living at Lau .

By Mrs; C. B. Nolan bold day singing services. and ,, Leslie Lucas of Orlando visited Miss Marilyn Thomas visited tught. Miry, and their house guests and 25 cents for children. icy: thus killed,
'Unner on the grounds Sunday, his mother, Mrs. Annie Bell Lucks n Lake Butler Sunday with Miss: Mr. and 'Mrs, Lacey Brown ,and .lr3, Lura Martin and son, Tommy At 8 p. m, Friday night, May '
I+....a.asa.aaaaa.aaa.aMr. May 1. The public. Is cordially incited last Thursday. Thomas' father, Jessie Thomas I daughter, Irene, .have returned and Mrs Wilma Martin and ((5, there will be a "Record Hop"t Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thoma..:

and Mrs. Claude Oliver to attend. Friends of Mrs. Jackie Dickin- Roa: her uncle Harry Thomas. I! from a visit with relatives in ilisS Shirley: Higginbotham visitedin the Baldwin High School Gym of. .Oceanway are now manauna .
\ J & Track Stop at M.;xr'ii1I : <
ap nt Sunday in Sanderson with UPDQ Record Hop son will be glad to,learn that sheias Mrs. Rufus has returned home Greensboro, N. CMr. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. sponsored by the SophomoreClass.

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dickinson. The Sophomore Class of the : returned home after a delightful -I from the Baptist hospital and and Mrs. John North and We are all glad to see the attendance -. The public is invited. ; OUT THE PEOPLE OF THIS

Miss Mary' Jane Roberts is I Baldwin High School is sponsor-' visit in Pulaski, Va. seems: to be getting along nicely. daughter. Helen visited in Green at Maxville BaptistChurch' Ed Trt'adwell, Quilin Raffoldt DISTRICT FOR THEIR PKO-

much unproved I after a serious11Less u.g 9 Record Hop Friday night, j I Friends of Mrs. Earl Wilkes I Homecoming Services were observed Cove Springs;; Sunday" afternoon growing, now that the former owner of the J & D Truck VEX HELP AND FRIENDSHIP

in St. Vincent's Hospital May 6, beginning at 8 p. m. The will be interested to learn that I last Sunday at the Orange .with bar.. Norths brothers and vcather is more settled. We wish Stop, now of Ruby S. C., and Edward : AM) I WILL PAY THIS DFrT
in Jacksonville./ j public is cordially: invited to at- her mother, Mrs Maude Glass, is I Street Baptist Church, with dinner abler and their families. to invite everyone to attend ser Gulledge of Ruby. S. C. \UTI1 FRIENDLY SERVKH-:

Mr and Mrs. Joe Martin of I ,end this Hop and help supportthe felting along as well as could be t or. the grounds and singingat Miss Jewell' North spent Saturday 'vices. were critically injured early last U'd.. Pol. .Adv.]
Class. expected in St. Vincent's Hospital 2:30.: A nice crowd gatheredfor night and Sunday. in Jacksonville -
Green Cove Springs Sophomore AIlS Albert Smith pleasantly .
spent Sunday I was -
arier undergoing last this event. Rev. and Mrs. J. with'Ml Alice Uselton. : > !4
with Mr and Mrs. Enoch Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Welch visit- surgery surprised last Sunday when .
Miss Susie
week. H. Ali-fd of Stone Mt., Ga. and Harris was an over- ,
'Mr. and Mrs. Fergie Kilborn f J Sunday in Cross City with Mr. 1: Little Miss Wanda Harvey, Rev. and Mrs. James McKendreeo 'I :"Sht guest of Miss' June Higgin- her family gave her a surprise HELP ELECT 4 'S
and daughter of Panama City bad MrsClayton Welch and birthdyr dinner.
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daughter of Mrs; and Mrs. Joe Callahan were also. present for botham' ,
were Sunday dinner guests of while enjoyed a delicious Suwan- Mrs.. family' ;Mrs. Mertice Bell and daugh-
H. R.: Kilgore and
the occasion.
j
Harvey: is confined to the Baptist
Mis. L. Watts and lee River cat fish dinner. J. Motes Jr.
daughter.
Hospital in, Jacksonville suffering Mrs. W C. Taylor has returned had as weekend guests Mrs. Lura ters, Frances Janey and Joy, and Dorsey
The Junior Class has received Little Susan and Harry Ervin Martin ::Misses Bonnie Padgett, Jackie ,
I from injuries sustained when she from a visit with her son and and son.Tommy, and Mrs. .i-
Invitations to the prom which will i spent last weekend in Jackson- Wilma Martin of Brooksville. Joyner, and Bobby Brown enjoy-
!fell about: 18 feet out of a tree in daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .
Le hek this year on May 20 The t.Mile with their grandparents, Mr. |which she was playing while : Guy Taylor, in South Jackson- Mrs' Albert Smith and daugh- i':cj an cuting Sunday afternoonat JUSTICE of the PEACE -J
invitations will be sent out very and: Mrs H, F. Ervin. i I 'Black Creek.
and at-
] es. Miss Annette Padgett
visiting! with her uncle. Guy Tay- ville.i .. ;\ .
shortly now Homecoming Methodist J j and >d a comoanv picnic outing Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson District Three
icr, in Jacksonville last SaturdaymvrnIr.g i Mr. and.Mrs. Lawrence Williams
.
:Mrs. Lille Stephenson spent last will ; ind Marcia have returned -
: Homecoming Day services at the Jacksonville Zoo Sunday i : daughter "
Wahda's right leg is : had as their guests last
weekend in Mayo with Mrs. Ethel l be observed on Sunday May 1, at i!i afternoon. j i to their home in West DUVAL COUNTY .1.
broken her right wrist broken. i Thursday Rev. and Mrs. Elmer 4
land and family and while there thc Baldwin Methodist Church i i Palm Beach after a week's visit
> Mrs. Lester Taggart has been ::
and her left aim broken in two !iVobles of Lake City, and Mr. and; '
,
enjoyed some good: fishing at with: layman, J. P. McRae of; places. i Mrs. J. S. Stiles of Rochester, N. .11 and confined to, the hospital. here with Mrs. Roberson's mother lie promises a Fair Impartial and Business! Like
Steinha tehee Springs. 1 Jacksonville, bringing: the mess-! Harms Roger North returned to the Mrs Dorothy Waters.
Walter of Tallahassee IY
Mrs.
Mrs. Grady Roberts was able: Dinner will :.' will plan to Administration of the Affairs of this Office.
:age. be. served on the ] visited Sunday and Monday 1TA Subdistrict Contest University of Florida__Monday_ _, Hope that everyone- -. -
to return home from the Ed !jrouncis. -----
I' with her sister, Mrs. L. Watts !I The Future Farmers of America ;-::::;;:::::: ..- Your Vote and
Fraser Hospital last! Saturday! and ,1m. W. W. Higginbotham and subHistrictvontest Support Appreciated
and daughter. Beverly. ,observed their annual
seems to be getting along nicely .daughters Mr. and Mrs. Earl AI- .. f
Friends of Mrs. Morris Crews''en and children, and Mr. and I!: Mrs. Cecil Mobley. and son re. : at. Baldwin Friday April Keep This Judge I (I'd. Pol. .\d '.) I
visiting her mother,. Mrs. Nell''22. Competing units were from
will be interested to learn that Mrs. W. J. .,. _.
Mosley and family en- i 'I Baker .r A _'-_._ wuc_
Fernandina Beach. Duval. Nassau, Bradford, :
I Cwata, in
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she Is now working as the repre- jjyed a barbecue and political .: ..'I -- .&.. ___ ----.,
I Mr. and Mrs. John Cross en- and Union Counties. Kelly Craw rr;
DONALD K.
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jed'the Horse Frolics at Terry fold: of Baker County won first

BALDWIN I CLEANERS : Parker in Jacksonville last Friday place ui the public speaking contest *a a' t = VOTE FOR

:tight.Mis. with Buddy Jones.of Starke .
I Dorothy Solomons'will enter I:placing 2nd, Wayne Howard of I

Mrs Joe Nettles, Manager ; the hospital next''. Tuesday I Hilliaid. 3rd, and Percy Moody.of y 0.q p. M.Nk CARROLL THEO TAYLOR

morning for surgery. ; 'Bradford County, 4th. In the
EXPERT DRY CLEANING Junior Minstrelv I(Parliamentary Procedure, Baker '. .

The Junior Class of Baldwin I I wen Ut, Bradford, 2nd, Starke,

PROMPT SERVICE School is sponsoring a. Minstrel, 3jd, Baldwin 4th.:: Bradford won .q., .,. JUDGE ,
jo be held Friday,nlght, April'i 1st place in Horseshoe and Starke F. A t: :: ; s t .POI

I :29, at the Gym: Tickets will be : 2nd. Janie Nagle of Baker County Nv:

Hems -- Cuffs .. Alterations SO cents for adults and' 25 cents:, was the winner' of the Sweetheart M District Court 7 '$ "u-:

for. children.. '.Please I.everyone try.' Contest. Bradford won the I ,. : J'UST.ICE
to attend and help the Juniors. I iiaonica and Quartet. Tractor Har-I Of Appeal : ;
I 'Mrs. Alma K. Jones was'chosen ving was won by Leroy I
--- las, a delegate from .Baldwin i Baldwin and in the finals of a I I j '

CURVERESTAURANT I School to attend the F..E. A. Contention 'scftbail: tournament the Lake' FIRST DISTRICTOF c OF THE .

in Miami Beach last Butler team won. I

weekend with the headquarters in Greater Baldwin Crusade FLORIDAJudge I

MRS: HARRELL BENNETT, Manager Rcny Plaza Hotel and Convention The Greater Baldwin Crusade PEACE.
Hall. While there she also visited Tent Revival will begin next Sunday I

la Cord Gables with her niece, I night May 1, and continue C
6 PLATE LUNCHES I.ljss Helen Kicklighter and her through unday night May 15. JISTRICT
I j(Carroll has' been a member of thin! court since July
nephew and his wife, Mr. and "Hie: evangelist is Rev. Moody... '
SHORT ORDERSCOLD I I Mrs. H. W. Kicklighter; also with;Adams. Services will begin nightly I 1, 1937 w hen the court was formed. It Is the appellate court THREE

.. I I I her son. Van who Is attending at 7:45: and the public is cordially for thirty: seven of the north and west Florida counties, and

!Miami University, invited to attend. has greatly speeded up final disposition of hundreds! of lawsuits -
BEER COFFEE 5c Duval
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I IiI'S.. S P. Chesser and Mrs. :Mrs J. W. Edwards is a patientin involving. property and personal rights of the people of
Open 6 A.M.
Daily Except Sunday
Morris Crews attended the Singing Ed Fraser Hospital in i Mac- this district. I ,

\Convention at the Congregational rlenny. : 1
I Holiness. Church on Old J. M.. 'Thomas of Callahanvisited Judge Carroll has served with distinction on this court.

Re-elect !Kings Road in Jacksonville last ; with Mrs. Harrell Bennett His record, Is. outstanding. Keep' this man.on the District) Courtof Vote for THEO TAYLOR is a Vote

Emory Roberts Sunday. Tuesday.. ,Appeal.
4' .. J Mrs. Sarah Lillian Burnsed. Mr. and Mrs. James Carling of : for Clean, Honest Administration of the

a patient at the Ed Fraser Hospital -'I'Lakeland are visiting Mr. andMrs. Vote 'for Donald. 1 K. CARROLL. to 'continue

; CONSTABLE : this week.Mr. : P. A.,Lafazonis.; Affairs of this office. .

I f and Mrs. Charles Taylor Barrows\ : Funeral on the'District Court! of ,Appeal
of.i Sarasota bare 'n- Funeral services for Smiley 1 .
and
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: Dist. 3 Duval County eekMidj"4uithtre who, accidently .kill %; fin YOUR VOTE AND SUP'OItT 1'v jyy UATIC
3arroe was
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Honest Efficient* -r .. f 'with 'Mr&Taylor's!;: parents,red Monday while'working ,with t PRIMARY. ; MAY 3, 'WILL .BE .APPJH1ATED
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I Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Neal. aye Hercules Powder Companynear (Pd. Pol. Adv.;) '
I I Mrs. W. W Arnett and sons of Sanford were held Wednes (I'd. Pol. Adv.)

; 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE Jacksonville, visitedSunday with day, April 27. at 10. a. m. in the .
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; II Daughter. They all enjoyed an :
Your Vote and Support on May 3 Will Be Greatly f outing at Kingsley Lake in the plot in Georgia. Mr. Barrows who I -

Appreciated. afternoon. ". Jived in Baldwin until recenhyls
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I Mrs. Lucille Moore of Darlington sai1ved by his wife and one son 1i 1"j I :

S. C, is visiting here with her Terrell: in Seville. i 10-.
mother, Mrs Georgie Hill. Mrs. ,Clifford Sumner Linda 1\Mt\ ,

Misses Judy and ,Mary Jane and Bubba Mosley, and Clif! Dix; \1'5
DeLoach \
Let's Keep or. carried Mrs. Donie Ga."
to her' home in Fitzgerald,
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ast Thursday 'and visited there \ ""j -I: ,
land in Tifton before returninhome '
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Birthday Party CALL.
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For Earl Cannon. Jr. .

DISTRICT 3 DUVAL COUNTY Mrs. Earl Cannon, Sr, 'entertained .-' .. .
at her home Friday night, .: ,
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i honoring April '22'' her with son a birthday Earl, Jr. on part his .. /OJ": <:: ',. W 0 < 9'1 1

: J;?th anniversary.' Sixty-six young :

He Is Experienced: I I friends: of the honor guest gathered -I ."' ,' '. ,
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of Baldwin. beautifully : ,
:33 Years: as Mayor i I, 5. After the games, a "
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3 Years as Justice of the Peace. I II I decorated birthday cake, baked, '. .- ...., .
and,decorated by Earl's aunt, a 1" ": 0 R '
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Vote Mrs. N. L. Cannon and three ;
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# He has! been instrumental in obtaining oiher large cakes were cut and .r'. .' .
I served with cold drinks. '. : -.
for Baldwin duringhis
many improvements O. ROBERT
long career of public service. I Mrs Cannon was assisted in : '
entertaining and serving the :
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i BELLYour guests by Mrs. Ed Wilkinson Mrs. WO43O8I

# He has valuable friends and contacts Henry Griffis, and Mrs. Gladys <

in high places that helps Baldwin get j Copeland.
JUDGE Uselton
Mr. and :Mrs. Don
things it needs as a growing community. I and
i I Jacksonville visited Saturday
FIRST DISTRICT funday with the John North FOR TRANSPORTATION ,

'I family. .
lie gives full time to the job and main- COURT',OF APPEALAn Patty Parrish" has been sufferIng 1L

tains a centrally located office that is I this week with an accessed: TO AND FROM THE POLLS !

ready to render service to the publicat experienced Attorneyand tooth. PD. POL. ADV.

t all times; Combat Veteran Mr and Mrs. Pete Wilbankshad I ,

Whose Opponent is a ,as dinner guests Sunday,,-I I I

Collins Appointee.Pd. Mrs. Wilbanks' grandparents Mrand .' = _
lie needs the job. In helping him you Mrs. Willie Harris. 1 1l

will not be hurting anyone else, as he ( PoL AA) Mrs. Earl Cannon Sr., Mrs. Ed!l -

is not trying to displace anyone in any Wilkinson 'Mrs. Gladys Copeland,
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other employment.

YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT J-

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FOR _

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THANKS MOST KINDLY _

EARL L CANNON, Sr. .

FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT CANDIDATE FOR 1 _


Always Your Friend, CONSTABLE. Dist.3 Duval County _


IS EARNESTLY SOLICITEDAND a a

L. C. OLIVER WILL, "BE DEEPLY APPRECIATED 1 C' / 0

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: TYYYYYYTYYYYYTVVTYTYYYY* son of Hampton, Mrs. Rob An- Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. Iva Thomas. : the May S Primary. r feel that my .. The Circuit Court. la And For Hradford' ; "' .

: drews and Willard Hines. Douglas attended the Home De- Jimmy and Larie Temple spenta experience background as a business man and Bradford ('....,., PlorMa.H1MU.V I March 25. County.I960 the Florida undersigned entered administratrix iT thence mInutes run South Wee t" for Sit degrees 110,0 feet It,

; HAMPTON Mrs. Hines plans to visit her ny training qualifies I MILLED Plaintiff will offerfor sale at minutes .
monstiation Council meeting in few days with their grandparents ? me for .the office. If elected I will vs. I public East for 336.1 feet:
outcry to the
highest and thence South 8 degrees li
.. brother in Nocatee, near Arcadia. Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Temple, everything in my power to in-I I'WrJCE K. M1LLEU Defendant.I Itt:*t bidder for cash the following minutes run East for 13.0 feet:
I sur the people of .
B7MLD.Z.ImI later this week. Mrs. Iva Douglas is visiting Mr. m Monticello last week. ty that the office U.Bradford conducted Coun.in ( TO APPKARTO. / parcel .of land situate in Bradford I thence run South S3 degrees Ii
p Personals ; FLORENCE K.: MILLER I I Cuuktv: FlorMa, to-wit: i iI minutes East for 562.5 feet trfh
and Mrs. Pete Douglas in South Rev. and Mrs. James an efficient manner. PARCEL
Temple 258 Olney St. J I I :: \
: LALA".AAAAAAAALAAAA.. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wright Carolina for a few days. attended the FEA Convention ''at -Jim Chasteen Providence Rhode Island. 1 j i Begm a i me one-half mile cor- j II | West right 01 war line of
You are hereby notified that a I j jpuit ner between Section! 2S and :7.' old State Road No. 13. thence::
: Jesuits'oJf PTA Sapper and son. Robert of PhiladelphiaPa. Mrs. Paul Emory of Palatkaent .Miami Beach last week. They also FOR SCHOOL for divorce has been filed a- i Trwnsbip 5 South Range 22 run North Ii degrees/ 39 minutes

e Hampton; Elementary PTA took :I ., have been visiting! here with ; last weekend'with her mother visited relatives in Ft. Lauder le. DISTRICT FOUR BOtRD galnst you in the above named East 'and run North 84 degrees }i East for J1S.1J feet along
Court and and I 23 minutes West for 660.0 Ibe Wbt right of war line of
cause you are required feet
: in ,approximately $330. before expenses. -i;JMrs.' Wright's parents. Mr. and :Mrs. Eva Harrell. Douglas Barnette of Miami : Foard I am, Dist-a candidate 4, for School to serve a copy of your answer a lighter huh thence run ito : Old State Road No 13, thence

S ; on the sapper cold dri 1krCQUcession. Mi's. J. S. Gregory. and with her Mrs. Rosa Kelley is visiting hersou Springs spent the weekend with || your support in and the earnestly May primaries.solicit or pleading to the complain' I South 0 degrees 04 minutes :ast I. 'rtmortli West':for 621.7 SS degrees feet to 06 the minutes pointof
on the Plaintiffs Attorney John for 1.462.3 feet to iron Uence !
: refreshments and brother, Joy Gregory. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and I Having hool, I children of my own in Crews. Jr., of Macrlenny run North 88 degrees aq 07 mibutes beginning, containing 4 acres,

cake auction at the political rally I J. J. Branneu spent last weekend Mrs, Cliff Kelley in Wildwood fora family and Mr. and: Mrs. Ernest "the continued am growth keenly interested and Improvement in-I and file the original in the J'I East for 660.0 feet to a stake. more or less; and lying NorthveaC in the

: at the school Friday evening. in Lake Butler with relatives. j jMrs. rew days. Edwards and family. and of our county school system or of: vr the before Clerk 28th of the day Circuit of May, AJJ,, tnence minutes run East North for S3 254.7 degrees feet 41 to I North Quarter portion of Southwest of the Quarter

p April 22. Winnia Tills of Johnson Mrs. Matite Sowells is visiting Debbie ana Andy Andrews of ciftttd pledge,toward my this untiring end. efforts I It I960: otherwise the allegation of i iI :he right of way of old State l.YWU: of SWH) of Section %5,
am a
fcai.l will\ Le taken as Road No 13, thence Range 2! East
Complaint run Northeasterly j Township a South
: -.A1th ugh the exact amount of Station visited here last Thursday relatives in Newberry this week. Wildwcod spent the weekend with artive native of in Bradford PTA. County and I conftSM-d by you. I along West right of aliti also in the Northeast cor-
Church.
'Ii and civic
b expenses have ,not yet been with Mrs. M- L. Watterson' Mr. and Mrs. Eudell Vaughn of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. affairs. I assure you that your This notice shall be published way of old State Road No. 131 uVr of Northeast Quarter ofouth'caft

: figured the project Is expected to i; and Mrs. Eva But. Mrs. TiUis i i Ocala visited the Earl Green andT. Chester Andrews.Mr. trust in me will not be betrayed. once cacti week in the for Bradford four consecutive -I! distance for 463.0 of feet 463.0 to feet a stake is on(this the !. Quarter (NE'i of

.. 'net the PTA about $250. Members;jwnt: most of her early rife near W. Markey families Wednesday and Mrs. Junior Witt visited J. D. GrimM weeks. CQuut"I'Ttlegraph. i. outbide of a curve), thence run SKi. ) of Section :27. Township S
a I North 17 degrees 39 minutes South, Range 22 East and lyin
'of the PTA donated cakes pies I Hampton. afternoon.Mrs. Mr Witt's mother in the hospital FOR COf>TY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT ; Dated this 12th day '01pril., Kast for a dihtam-e. of 945.Z; feet i \\c.lt 01 oia :State:; Road No. 13j

: ( SEAL> old State Road Xu.3 to _. South front door of th.
iJatr.) and a at Lhe,
miscellaneous items. drove to Jacksonville Sunday with Lee Green Mrs. W. T. Bryant. here she underwent an eye op Vo the citizens of Bradford CHARLES A. DARBY, I County Court 'House In Stark
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I stake thence run North 88 degrees -
: putside donations were received Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Watterscn and Jack Thomas in Gainesville eration. County: Clerk Circuit Court. Fluida. at 12:00 o'clock noon oft.prfl
'from Charley H. For the first time I am coming By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I 06 minutes West for 621.7 30 I960: that the high bid-.
Johns A. Law-
I of Starke. Thursday. Miss Lucreti Cumbee of Jacksonville before you as a candidate for pun- 4-21 4t 5-12 I feet to a lighter hub which is : :.ion, and Russell Green, besides i Rev. W. P. McElory pastor of, Mrs. Tommie Stokes- visited spent Sunday with her lie office. I will appreciate your I the point of beginning I iiv.amount Of his bid at the sale*
U hose who gave to the cake auction -I parents Mr. 1d'Mrs. -' careful consideration of my oandl- ID The Cponlr Judl;"'. Comtt Of cuntain-I ..nd in compute his bid within the
is 'in
I I Hampton Baptist Church, I II Mr. and ,Mrs. Quay Bolen in .. Warren dary: for the office of County Com Bradfvrd County, Florida ing 34 and 56.100 acres thru allowed, by said Order o{
: ; which ,came to $80. The I Alta Monte Springs near Orlando : Brooksville last week. Mrs. Bolen Mizelle. :nllssiont>r. Dist. 3 (South Starke). I loss EXCEPTING) a parcel ofj I Court and to l'OlIJplwith the otiieCt.rns
II lapton- a ,Co. .donated the tea : I ,realize the great responsibilitiesof I. l'rob.Ce'IX and which Is the property of theft 1 sale contained 11sai4
= where he D.> Mrs. R. T. I of
i and Rev. L i, leturned for a visit.. Taylor of Worthington this office and pledge to HE: Estate of EVELYN E.
: for Iced tea. PTA members also'I Raine:; of First Baptist Churfchij j jI I spent Friday night with her tHat. if elected. I will do every you WHKLAN, also Known as EVELYN I *' L wtey and described as Older of Court.
= | Mr. and Mrs; Guy Pinholster of WHELAN and as EVELYN follows: Begin at the one-half Swanboin.Administratr1 .
furnished the labor for thins in Ague
cooking' ; my power to give you I (e) Dvrjthy
j in Starke are conducting a revival :daughter Mr. and
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j Mrs. Warren Deceased.XOTICE nillt.'f1rn..r between Sections 26
NORSTADT WHELAN onls no*
fair. ,
Jacksonville de
impartial
economical
meal | visited his mother and efficient _
: the and working during thee ;campaign. Mizelle I service as your Commissioner. OF SALE I and 27, Township S South, Range of the estate
evening. I I I Mrs. Rosa Pinhclster Sunday Take notice that pursuant to and ,, r2 East and run North 84 degrees with Will annexed
Thank
circlesQf I Mrs. you for your encouragement Whe lan.
I Afternoon and evening W. T Blair and F
Mrs. T. Evelyn
I ;afternoon. In slriot accordance with the Ordr j 23 minutes West for 336.6ftct. of ..
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:. .June the Hampton Baptist Church j W. Markey spent Thursday afternoon W_ Hogan Smith of the County Judge's Court of thence run South 5 degrees _

a Wednesday June 1 is, the last I'WMU met at the church on ; Mrs. Lucile Hazen visited Mrs. in Lake Butler visiting Mr. I o -I'
day of school for this 'I 14. I j Boyles at the home of Mrs. Win- -- ------ .. .'.
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.. year, Thursday April program, Mrs. Sonny Dukes and chil I hereby announce -I
I Principal J. C. Hobbs said this I "The Missionary Home,'" was I I fred Hazen in Gainesville Mon- dren. my candidacy .

: week with graduation at Hampton -I presented in the, afternoon byi I Cay.Mr. The regular meeting of the t I of Bradford for Sheriff County ..

a Elementary School on Tuesday ]Mrs.V.. P. McElroy and in the | : and Mrs. Jack Lucas of Brooke: Garden Club was held subject to the I

: 'evening, May 31. evening; by Mrs. E. L. Birt. I Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy "Thursday night. The out of town [ S. (ag.will j in May of the Democratic voters .

S. Report cards for the second six, YWA's of the church met for Harrell and girls over the week- guests were Mrs. Edith Blumer .. Primaries.I .

a weeks' period of the spring semester -la i!I coveied-dish supper and study end. and Mrs. Francis Love of GaIn- '. ::, earnestly solicit 5 ,

a were given out on Monday i<1 course on Friday evening. April I I A 3-C Winston Kelley stationed esville. Mrs. Blumer was the guest .I your vote and ';- '
promise to perform : % Vt I
this week, leaving less than six I!I:22! under the leadership of Mrs. at Kessler AFB Miss., is home rpeaker. She gave a very Inter l', the duties of

weeks left in this school term. Charles Hicks. on leave with his mother, Mrs. sting talk on "Help for the' Gar- the Sheriff's office ", ;
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in an efficient
Council Meets A Day Early I Working Day at SantaFe Doris Kelley.Mr. dener.' Refreshments were served businesslike J;" Yes, "Writing checks, too, \

: H8.fllPtOflCitY Council will meet Cemetery and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and by Mrs. Grace Bigham. I manner. I hope ,
Monday will be working at''I daughter of Gainesville. -.01 I can meet each and everyone is speedy" -the fastest way
en evening, next week. I There a Mr. and of in _ _
S you person before May 3. .
May 2, at the city hall rather Santa Fe Cemetery on Saturday !Mrs.I i Alan Land and daughter of -Jennings Starling S

than Tuesday, May 3, which is I morning April 30. All interested i;I Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. When you need a doctor lawyer to pay monthly bills.

f election day. persons are to meet at the cemetery -i t I Jimmy Crosby and son of Starke or a man to fight for you in FOR SHERIFF Minutes to draw ..

a Family Dinner Here with lawn mowers and other j: were the Saturday night guests Tallahassee, HIS EXPERIENCE In BRDFOHD COUNTY .
announcing
'I my candidacy for ,
For Mrs. limes' Birthday tools to help clean the grounds i. of: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and COUNTS. VOTE FOR CIIARLEY the office of Sheriff of Bradford the checks; ,;:* ,:
For additional 'i i Mrs. Jackie Clark. I.. JOHNS. [Pd. Pol. Adv.] :
County. I
Mrs. Frances Hines of Hampton for Mothers Day. would like to take this S
a was honored with a birthday din- information, contact Mrs. Mary L. I'i Mrs. W E. Bigham Jr. and son opportunity: to express appreciation : : minutes to mail them- I
to
n.y friends
; ner at her hQme in Hampton.cn Watterson.qyyVVVVvVVVVVVVVVUb.. I Billy, and Mrs. Ernest Edwards IJ'irttd me many in the last who election.sup- and the job is done. -

Sunday when members of her and daughter.Patsy met Mr. and THE niGHT POCvf ftrr ..ie They did not let me down. I do not : .

family gathered to celebrate !Mrs. Lloyd Wood in Palatka Monday In and feel like letting them down with I
her way yon write. Come .se out giving us another chance. Your :
birthday on April 18. I ;, fo a fishing trip. l lect your favorite ESTERbROOR vote and support and confidence in :: f'
Present ( Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hardee of me on May 3 will be highly honored #'
were Mr and Mrs. BROOKERBy I Fountain Fen. F7LEGBA1U.1POLITICAL and deeply appreciated. :..
Lennon Hines of Trenton !Mr. !:Jacksonville were guests of the Yours, .<' I ...

and Mrs. Prater Bruce and family Shirley Green : i\, \v. E. Bigham Jr. family on Sun- H. A. Lawson '< -

b. of High Springs Mr. and Mrs. ;day. a ., .- :, "
LAAALAAAAAALLALLAAAA.AAi it t ; FOR COLNTY COMMISSIONER '" ,"4' ,, -..,.....
Frank Miss Wynette Johnson .
.. Hines of Micanopy Mrs. : and DISTRICT THREE \ :
Beatrice Starling of Graham -' Mrs": Dave Green, Mrs. Lottie ,_Miss Barbara Sue Davis of the ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announce my. candidacy Try it:

Mr.. and Mrs. Ronnie Hines 4aw1r Edwards Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. jALVAREZ' iII j University of Florida were the Three for County South Commissioner Starke). subject District to S E:1: Checking1 c. .

',_ -- { weekend guests of Miss Davis' the will of the voters in the May -. Open a

Ill parents. Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Da- FOR STATK "E%.\.TE primaries. If elected to this responsible _
II STORE Men'9 aolhi"l III"is. I 'I-If:! to announce to the-people office. I promise to give : : Account with us. ,, '
best
Established 1894 ft Union and Bradford Counties ; my efforts toward a progressive
__ Mr. and Mrs. N. J., Davis and tat I will be a candidate for reelection and impartial administration of
v- the affairs of
district
my and the
son. Ralph. of Waldo visited Mr.J. I .
to the Florida. State Senate county as a whole. Your vote and
I W. Eddie in the hospital at from the 15th Senatorial District..1I support will be ,appreciated.
-See bar
D. Goodman
Macclenny Saturday afternoon. leel that the twenty years sent.rHy -

: Announcing Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and and prestige that I haves in FOR TAX COLLECTOR i FLORIDA

son of Waldo: Mrs. C. D. Dowling the Senate .i' of untold value to! mypeope County To :the, citizens of Bradford I :

: DOT oii d Mr. and Mrs. fy J. Davis and I am asking you for Your support Is earnestly requested r fe '- ,-0. "
AND
BIT'S DRIVE-INN visited Mr. James Dowling in the "vote and, support" pn' .Ma)"!rd.-' In my campaign \ for.; re i j .. -t: ". lfANK' -' 'If I 'S--T ,;RIt'r- ;
Charley E. 'Jol1n _ __ _
election as Tax Collector Bradford -,', f L _, ,_ ; A ; --_ -- >> -:
367 Baptist Memorial Hospital in County. I appreciate this opportunIty -" .'
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Tempi Avenue
a Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. FOIl !STATK REPRFNTaTIVE to ,be of service to the people i 6N(OF 21IANK3 CF THE FkOK'OA NATIONAL GROUP>MEUSE FEDERAL OCPOMT MlURANCl COM 0
I am a candidate for election to of Bradford County and pledge
FORMERLY HERB'S DRIVE-IN Dr. and Mrs. Harry Merchant the Florida House of Representa. myself to conduct the affairs of .
Uid daughter Betsy of Gaines- lives from Bradford County the office with courtesy and efficiency. -
This is my first bid for elective Your vote on May 3 will be
IS NOW yule were the supper guests of public office, If elected. I will diligently deeply appreciated. 1
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thomas and and impartially represent Yours sincerely
Bradford County and it's citizens. I J. K. Kelly
: UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT baby on Thursday night. i ask'your support and vote on May. Your Guarantee For A Sound And( Impartial
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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Emerson ::rd. FOR ShERIFF

&nd family of Bland and ,Miss A. J. Thomas Jr. I In placing my candidacy for reelection -

Special Plate Lunches :Gail Duke of Lake Butler were FOR STATK HKPRKSEXTATIVIJ I Pradford County before I the would citizens like of to Administration Of County Affairs. Is

the supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. I am announcing renew my pledge to give the people -
my candidacy ( the highest type of law en-
a Woodrow Thomas Friday night. for officeof fjrceinenl personnel and equipment .. .
a A Vote To Re-Elect / .
State
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and Representative -. with a minimum of expense to
MR. & MRS. from Bradford to the county. This I have done
COLLEY UNDERHILL
Managers I daughter Robin of Jacksonville County. This during three
: my terms in office
were the weekend guests of Mrs. is my first bid I and will continue to do if you
i for public office .. .
Wilsons hcnor me with r -pl rfl n In thaMay
mother. Mrs.
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poit will be greatly 7
apprecIated Harold
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:, 3 ;;':\ : : ::' : 'JiIir\Bi 1tf r11tl,, h ;< 9'tliiiib', iit. ttt. feel working I know man the I "rt 7ca' mi4iljcsd.
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.- :4,5",. mon -'J, <.i g4k : if :o" '";,,..q needs ef the people SllI"t''f'ly.

I >,,'t;;"';!j:" ;;-jj3jpTRIBUNE: ; ,.'- :., terBburlJ QJfuJ>i: will and devote if elected.I the. FOR STATB P. D. SEX Reddish ATE!

,' J> B C! RNINGJ ueotisary time to do the job fair To the voters of Union and Brad- '
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f1LAftrl t : ArI.P \ j and impartially. Your vote andUIp'Lt fort! Counties: IL
., ,. < U humbly solicited.\ NORMAN
.NE.Jv. '_ rtt i wish to announce that I am a

; '"<, <,.....{(- ,,. ,' ,... \) ,, :FORTL1, fn\t.uJ) ,EtlTO, ,- .....,.. 500'. .A' "D' ,:;:, -G. }'. PrevattFOR the candidate 15th Senatorial for State :Senator;District. from In

C' litral tEBE1t'P" > M ,\" COITY roMwisMOMnIllvnilCT making this
; : itbe-jUtamt :"'_ ,' ., decision I was motivated -
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fir County Commissioner. Bradford of aur. two counties. Having always YOUR
Florida's Newspapers Agree. County Di:>t. 5 (county at large) in >> as a private citizen. takenan
the May primaries. I have been a active part in efforts to develop ,
resident of Brooker for 16 years. our area, I feel that these S
luring whkh time I have been a rfforta can be greatly expanded
FARRIS BRYANT IS BESTS farmer cattleman and seed pro. I tlir ruh my service as State Senator & CommissionerDISTKICT
: lurer. If elected your County Com- r Your vote on May 3 will\ help J -j County
missioner T l>!o'dge my best effortsfor mr help you and the entire dist
fair and impartial conduct of rict. I thank you.
; 4. QUALIFIED FOR GOVERNOR- the affairs of the entire county- Guy Andrews

S Y3ur: vote and .support will, be FOR SHERIFFDRADF'ORICOUNTY ONE COUNTY-AT-LAUGE
deeply appreciated.Zedra
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Hamilton
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CAPITOL POST ST. PETERSBURG TIMES _
TALLAHASSEE FOR SCHOOL BOIHD

"Farm Bryant proved K. has all the ntttjwry quo!. "Bryant can b* busIed Ift' do wfiet ft test to FOR COt.\TV COMMI ONE SIO.\BB vnisTBICT a DISTRICT TWOI "THE PEOPLE'S WELFARE

Nicotians to milk Florida an txctlUnt sovtmor." $higher education." "Bryant Is courageous, forthrisht hereby announce my candidacy .e -
for member of School Brad-
E-oard
I, MIAMI DAILY NEWS and sincere. Consilient/} on le* light slaV! I am a candidateor for County, Dist. Two. I am a veteran AT 'HEART"Let's .

"Tht newsmen of h. W. who covered the MIAMI HERALD County Commissioner of World War II. and have __:_ _.

legislature considered Bryant the most dais legiilatorin "As Speaker of the Rouse, Bryonff halltrsft" .. -,.-_ .; 1 (,I...wiey District )-. property three sons owner now and in school taxpayer; am and.a. -

Florida." ability stood out, perhaps as much as anr'Spacbr >- ._ \ position in if ejected, will serve any district
in Florida history." whleh I have and county to the best of my a- Check His Record -, .
ORLANDO SENTINEL k >een privileged to biltyf ready at all times to advise d '
"On. ef the best qualified men In Florida for th. TAMPA TRIBUNE .- lerve in the past. with my constituents for the best

office of Governor is Farris Bryant of ()(oIa." "Bryant is able and brilliant. e not shitUnt off The knowledge interests of our schools. I invite Has never missed a regular meeting since elected in 1956. .
I careful consideration of
your my
affairs
if
FT. LAUDERDALE NEWS 0vmmnI.,H. has CM Intelligent cud" cemprchtn* :. rained county in these qualifications and will deeply .appreciate -i Has served two terms as Chairman, and one term as Vice-Chairman.

"Speaker .f f the House,,Fonts Bryant demonstrated siv* grasp of the dale's problems.; <. the previous board years should on : your vote and support on Fought for the four-laning of U. S. 301, North.
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remarkable. ability and fairness in presiding over SANFORD HERALD : .- sable !me to bet- May W. E.: Lawson ,Helped create the 1 county recreation program, with -(uji ,tIzne rdiredor.

thot ady.: '"Bryant Is on. of tbe MOst cb!. an CWT to K9 ..-. j-. ,.er pledge serve my you diligent and- FOR CIRCUiT- JUDGE Assisted in the negotiations for the Development Commission..locate, its
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BRADENTON HERALD b the leaistoturcb" <', S efforts to I hereby announce my' candidacy i office and warehouse in Bradford County.
"Th. r.cctd.showot the 1953 House, In which wuLa 4yi uie oval. interests- of the fur the office of Circuit Judge of j
Bryant served as Speaker, was the only one in DAYTONA BEACH JOURNAL lUre county. Your vote and active the .Ej, bth Judicial Circuit of V
support will" \ be deeply appreciated. ida, Group 1. Your and
vote
recent history "la reverse the, trend of increasing "Bryant works at government witi sxtmtdi J. C. Prevatt port will b t appreciated. Flor"l HAROLD K. NORMAN WILL SEEK '
stale ''''11"1. taunt cad *J310M ] -r -THOMAS BROOKS JONES. 1 .

FOR COUNTY COMMlSMOMiB .
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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
-,' DISTRICT THREE A boat ramp on every lake :in Bradford County. '. ?->
DISTRICT 0>E u, ,. -
TIMES-UNION Tarn for a candIdate Coufl--' I with to announce' my candidacy The four-laning of U. S. 301, South! ; ,

"Much comment ,here .bovt jh. masterful manner ty Commissioner for re-election as County Commissioner -

: with ,which Speaker Farris Bryant has presided : .- Dist. 3 (South ., I District have tried One to countyatflarge. serve you I Iwdl
.. Starke) in the
v r tbt.H use.H and faithfully in the pact and I
'- was May born primaries and: : If honored by re-election to this Harold K. Norman was born.and reared in Bradford County. He knows .

.',,;r-_ reared in Bradford efforts position in of trust behalf! I of will the continue people my of 1 the problems of its 'citizens, both rural and' urban. He graduated from

-i owner and County operator ;- My Your district favorable and consideration the entire county.and Bradford County High School in 1950 and.now owns and operates his own

i J Store of Alvarez,i vote ">n May t will be greatly ap- farm. He is married to the former Loca Rafuse and has three children. He
since 191S. '
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9 I feel that my preciated.HAROT.n K. NORMAN.. is ,a .member of the Heilbronn Baptist Church, Bradford Farm Bureau,

'WI successful experience business Starke Golf and Country Cub. He believes in honesty and fairtpay) in the

1j__. _1 will be aD'asset FOR DISTRICT SCHOOL TWO BOARD- performance of his duties of public oCtire. This he pledges to do' f to'th'e best
In the
perform-' I a pi a candidate. for re-election of his ability.
tn'e, of the duties of your ConnertannsUsioi as Vfei>!Board )Member District !, 'v
o K- er. I. believe in better ubjeit'to the will of the voters in
things for Bradford County the May primaries. If re-elected I '
like through administration a fair. impartial business- will continue nty efforts in behalf ,Check The Job Check The Man! Then You Will Check
of its affairs of the school construction .
program
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4 nt far **SO*. Your vote and ,
; .S, c-.i'so..... r-...... r.c.-- be greatly support on Mar 'Swill &:ld will work to- intensify the -
appreciated. maintenance program stall schools ,
Sincerely, In the county; purchase DeW' busses HAROLD K. NORMAN tx "
: W. H. (E111) Graham with $30.000 already available\ by
FRIDAY SEE AND HEAR BRYANT -' : next terra; and maintain a firm ..
FOR TAX ('OLLECTOR'c stand against any form of integration. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON MAYS:I WILL BE DEEPLY APPRECIATED
BRiDFORD COVSTY la our school -system. Your ,. .
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rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT this examination Other partici- niversary last Sunday. Mrs I.'YT.YYTTTYYYYY
puits from Starke are: Delons'Yvonne 'Brown of Peyton Florist donated
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Jenkins and Evelyn,ribbon tools and'wire to CC.. GRAHAM
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Young. Charles Covington..- Lonme j Anderson; Jr. High for the "W He Stayed With Us
Johnson and Harold Wanton will 1.1nJess.Weddi.. ."- Many thanks i,I I dire JuliaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAflfA o\JctwweJ
By Ozora Shell SErve as escorts. The general and "hats off to these community
pUb-I
f4...... .....4...........&&&&&&..&&..& ) &&&&&& lic is invited to attend, this : helpers. Staff reporter. ,
and see Starke on parade in Thurston Elementary SchoolA Mrs. Frank Jones and grand- ,
State ConventionFour Bradford County Teachers Association Jacksonville. Many: thanks to all I play, "The: Circus Stars' Mis- daughter from Gainesville weredinner ,' ,. : ...-. "
delegates were recently' in ; Mat 13, JuniorSeniorProm persons who gave contributionsand take," will be presented at the guests of Mr. and :Mrs. :, ,, : : .:,::: .: ..., ,\
attendance, at the Florida State ; May 15, Fashion Show, helped'o r local student: to I school Wednesday. May 4, at 8 p ;.| Jennings Starling on Sunday. Lets '.,': --"'.
Teachers Association which convened Homemaking and Adult Educa- win.Ozora ShelL m. The characters are: the band j Leslie and Margaret Odom of a v
in Miami.President JosephD. tion departments; May 22, Bac- Carnation Club I Trader Morris Aaron; the fat i i Lake City spent the weekend .:" ', c-_ I-'
Greene of the Bradford calureate, annual graduation ser- The Tenth Anniversary celebration :lady, Shirley Ann McDougald; ij I with Eddie and Diane Starling. .. :, ; ..
Teachers; Association served as mon; :May 23, Class Night; May of the Carnation Club was the clown. Daisy Belle Coleman; I We are sorry to report that \
chairman of the-delegation. Other 25, Commencement. Mr. Eddie very colorful and outstanding.The the acrobalc lady Carolyn |?l1s. Irma Cain stepped on' a nail Stay -
delegates were: C. C. Anderson. Thompkins: Principal. guest speaker was Mrs. Alma I Brown; the strong man, Flora ,{ and is confined to bed with an ', ':: '
E. R. Shell and Supervnsor Shell. Contest Winner Bacon, teacher at Dunbar High I I;Mae Frazier; a schoolboy, Ronald !. injured foot. We wish'. her a _
The meeting was largely attended _Miss Gwendolyn Yvonne Mar- School. Green Cove Springs.; Mrs.{Strong Many others will also ap-j speedy recovery.
and. very informative. Supervisor shall, senior and valedictorian of Earniece Morris, chairman of the :pear in the program. You will I Mr. and,Mrs J. W. Vire are With 1 1No
Ozora Shell was elected as secre- RJE High School class of 1960, program committee..' was highly I miss a.treat,li you don't see these spending: two weeks In Alee with
tary of research for the Florida, won the coveted honor of "Miss complimented for steering the little folks Iii the play., Come their children. They plan to attend _
State Teachers Association to fill Blue Revue", sponsored by Beta Group into making this very fine early so you have a comfortable homecoming while there. favoritism be- :
the unexpired term of Dr. Evelyn Alhpa Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi choice for speaker. The entire feat. Mrs Alice Starling attendedthe tween his two coun-
W. Sarpe, former supervisor of Beta Sorority, Inc.; Jacksonville. program and refreshments made The May Activities Program funeral of her nephew, Mr. ties not even a .
"Volusia County Elementary She will reign over the Cotillion this a gala affair. Mrs. W. Brooks, will be held on the school grounds White, in Winter Garden on Fri dividing line-Just I
School now serving under the end Debutante Ball at Duval president: A. R. ,Royal, repprter. Tuesday afternoon' May 10. be- n 1m -
day.Weekend the 15th Senatorial
Minister of Education in Iran. Dr. County Armory, on Friday, May 6. Fiesta ClubA r.nmi' 4:30.: The Jerry C. guests of Mr. and
Snarpe will be abroad from two Due tc the help of honorable call meeting was held on Miller,band of Gainesville will accompany 1 Mrs. John McKinney were: Mr. District
to five years. She has been work- Mayor Jackson and other merchants Tuesday at Old Wateroak to the program: Plenty of 1 and Mrs. Bill' Martin._ Tampa; '
ing with 15 counties of Florida in by permission the Mayor's complete plans for the birthdaysIn refreshments will be on hand. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Willis of
a research study of which Super office, her sponsor was able to the first quarter of 1960. Pres- Thu ston School will sponsor a Jacksonville; Johnny Wall of DON'T GIVrUP22 YAS! S or F
visor Shell and Bradford Countyis report $385 for ads alone with a ident Ethel Young is asking all trip to the beach for the improvement Lake City; ,Rev., and :Mrs. George
a part, therefore Mrs. Shell was grand total of $531. Gwendolynwill members to participate. The affair of the pupils and the community Tyson and children and Mr. andMr's.
elected, unopposed, to fill this receive a cash scholarship of will be held on Saturday, on Saturday, :May 21. The V. L. McKinney and children -
vacancy on the executive board of $100 and is eligible to take the April 30. 8:30: p. m. P. Cummings, i buses will leave the school a-, ,. all of Gainesville; Mrs. Experience Seniority Prestige
.FST A. The next annual meeting achievement test next week in reporter. round 8:30: a. m. Please be on Brown and daughter. Pat, of
will be held in Miami. Jacksonville. If she makes the Mowers And DecorationsMrs. time.. S. C. Price teacher. Wauchula; and Mrs. Will Melton
RJE Commencement Activities highest score, she will receive an- C. J. Caldwell donated Thurston PTAA and daughter and grandsons I WILL WORK WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND
May 3, Intermediate operetta, other $100 scholarship check payable flowers to Ranell English, em- PTA meeting was held at of Waldo.
The Sleeping Beauty;" May 5, to the college of her choice. ployee of Bradford County Hospital the school Monday, "April 25. THE CITY OFFICIALS OF THE'15TH SENATORIAL DIS '

.movie; May 8, Musical Tea Approximately 60 girls will take for the Carnation. b an-j I Plans were ,made for the May Methodist Church TRICT FOR THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS FOR MY DISTRICT

Schedule for week of May 1. AND FOR MY PEOPLE:
Sunday: 9:45: a. m., Church

Give A Young Man A Chance school Morning; ,Worship.for all ages.'6 p. m.11,a."Dine-m., Complete 20000000.00 State Prison at Raiford. .

A.Mite'1 snack supper for MYF 0 5-day 40-hour work week for employees at State Prison
6:30 p. m., Youth Meetings. 7:30p. :
m., Evening Worship. There is Farm.
a Junior Church for small worshippers -
JENNINGS and a nursery for preschool Increase in salary for the employees at the State Prison Farm.

STARLING ::Monday children:' 3 p. each m., Circle Sunday.2 will Restore to the employees at the State Prison their facilities

meet in Fellowship Hall with that Director R. O. Culver took away such as house rent,
Mrs. A. F Sauls, hostess and Mrs.
John Cartwright as co-hostess. laundry, dry cleaning, kerosene, etc.
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meet Tuesday in Fellowship: 10 a. m.Hall, Circle with 1 Mrs.C. will. ,New uniforms will be furnished free of 'charge to the prison

L. Scholl and Mrs. Alice An- personnel and ,all replacements will be furnished at no cost.
derson as hostesses.
Pledge, To The People Of I. Wednesday:, 10 a. m.. Circle 3 6 Completion of U. S. 301 South from Starke to Alachua County
My will meet at the home of Mrs. Line.
Harry Green. 6:30: p. m., family
Bradford County night covered-dish supper in Fel- 0 Completion of U. S. 301 North .from Bradford County Line to
lowship Hall.Thursday Baldwin.
: 9:30: a. m., prayer

1. That I will enforce the law without showing .. rd group. -m-, in Chancel Ladies choir classroom.rehearsal.7:30p. : I 9 Reception Center for State Prison Farm at Lake Butler.

ar : 40-hour week for the Service employees.
Forestry
partiality. That I will serve the people, to the ._ (
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. : Increase in for the of Sunland Cen
salary employees Training
very best of my ability and will be ready day ,
; Raymond C.. MacBlaln 'I ter.
or night in performing this duty. Sunday Services-9:45: a.m. 1
-ic Church School; 11:00 am. Morn, Bridgeover New River on the Tim Blackburn Road'that runs

tag' Prayer and Sermon. from U S. 301 to tbe Lake ButlerMacclenny Road.
2. That I will organize and work with a Junior Holy Communion-Fim Sun
dayr 11:00 am.; Third Sunday, Rebuild road from Starke through State Prison.Farm to State
Deputy Club to help combat ,Juvenile'Delinqu- :30 a.m.' '
Wednesd -7:00: p.m. Choir Road 23.
ency.:T&nrpose of this club! will be' to teach ,! .t.< Practice; 7:15: p.m., Litany and Rebuild S. R. 100 from Stark through Lake Butler to Lake

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.. .., t. Bible Study. .
the young boys and girls the fundamentals of I City. -
Activities Program. Other plansTvsre
1 law enforcement and the duties of a police established; for the benefit e Rebuild road from Lake Butler Worthington Springs.

j'' officer. Our young people of today will be the of Easter the eggs PTA.were Cokes served cake by and the Pave Dedan Church Road.

future leaders in our government. The Junior -.- t Uacheis. S. C. Price, teacher. Bridge over Santa Fe River South of Graham.
Addition To Red Cross! ReportAn
I Deputy program will give them a'responsibility ", addition of $4 to the Red Bridge over Santa Fe River South of Hampton

and let them know' that they are important. __ Cross$39.45 drive instead brings of $35.34 the as total stated to Bridge, over Santa Fe River: South of Brooker.

For in last week's column. Mrs. S. C. When I Governor I inaugurated boat and all we
This club will be a preventive measure against was : ramps
Price, teacher.
Juvenile Delinquency. CHURCH NEWS need to get them is to get the sites donated.

Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev.E All we need to get Wayside Parks in the 15th Senatorial Dist-,
D. Robinson pastor, will hold
3. T'I.I;; will cooperate with all law enforcement SHERIFF regular pastorial. service on Sun- trict is to get the sites donated and we want to get this ac
: day starting: with Sunday School
officers, both local, State, and Federal That I &J 10 a, m. Supt. Henry Bryant complished.
m charge. Covenant, meeting will
_ will let each department assume its own duties I be held at 11 a.-m., led by the

and, the Sheriffs ,Office will assist them at Farmer Family Man Experiencedany Deacon pastor and Hosea deacons Hawkins.of the, church.chair\ 22 Years of Experience, Seniority

any ,time _needed. Enforcement man. At 3 p. n. "The' Federation
Officer uf Charches," Rev. E, D. Robinson and Prestige
president, will meet at our
FORMERLY WITH FLA. HIGHWAY PATROL 0
church in Lincoln City All mem1 -
4. That I will operate the Sheriffs Office econo- ;
ers and persons wishing to Jom WHICH HAD YOU RATHER HAVE TO ADMINISTER TO YOUR
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mically: and on the revenue produced. I'can dothis are asked to attend. Evening wor- ILLS . A DOCTOR WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE OR A
STATE OF FLORIDA 7 with Junior Angel
thip at p. m.
by being a WORKING and ACTIVE Choir under the direction of Mrs. DOCTOR WHO HAS JUST GRADUATED A LAWYER WITH
Office Of : :Mac OFf EXPERIENCE OR A LAWYER WHO'HAS JUST GRADU-
SHERIFF myself, and cutting out unnecessary Ranell English, with Ruby YEARS
; DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY Albert at the piano. This young ATED?
expense. Tallahassee group of singers look good and
sing good. Plan now to hear themon
March. '2, 1960 Sunday night. Ranell' English, 0
5.PJhat: I will have an efficient force to serve the reporter.
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Bethlehem Freewill Baptist STAY WITH CHARLEY E.
citizens of Bradford County.which they rightly ; Church Rev ll McKay pastor,
This is to'certify'that Jennings W. Starling: was will hold,..regular pastoral service
deserve. employed by:"the' Florida Highway Patrol-as a patrol- oa Sunday starting_ with Sunday
man September 17, 1953'and resigned. his own ac- School. Last Sunday was Trustee
cord December 16, 1955.JENNINGS Day 'and with the help of mem- JOHNSFOR
; bers and friends we raised $89.50to
-- STARLING. Mr. Starling's services while with the patrol :were help In completing the building -
't" very satisfactory. He performed his duties in a of our church. 'Many thanksto

...,.' courteous and diligent,manner, and was, a gentleman each of you for your contribu-
-! <,' at all times.. tions. Please observe our usual
:_ r. '-'. H. N. TURKMAN, weekly activity schedule with this
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7..br."*'.".,, ,0 _H' *: :*, : .* .' !aI Director..:', ,'-. Fri change at:7 instead p. nu we of Prayer will Band have STATE SENATORAnd

All membersare
church conference.
I .', urged to attend as important Keep The Race Track Money In Our District;
business must be transacted. -

The Vote and Support yo'u give Jennings Starling for your Sheriff on Mary.New McBride.Bethel reporter.Baptist Church. HE IS FOR THE 15th DISTRICT-FIRST, LAST, & ALWAYS


MayA3rd will be a vote to help build the future of your children. Your? Rev. A service, B. Vinson.on.Sunday pastor held led regular by- Your Active Support and Vote on May 3 is Earnestly Solicitedand

ihe officers and visiting ministers Will be Appreciated from the Bottom of my Heart.

support will be merited and deeply appreciated.} due son. The to the services illness were of Pastor interestingand Vin-


.... shall inspirational reporter. all day. P.' Mar- LISTEN-to Charley E. Johns speak to you in a LIVE

Allen Chapel A. M: E. Church broadcast at '8:05 to 8:30 A.M. Monday, May 2 212:30

1 F olloing h His Radio Schelule Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will to 12:50 P.M. 2 and Tuesday May
I : hold services all day starting with Monday, May on ,

Jennings Starling. Will Gladly Answer WRGR It. D10' '- 10'11lnUtes JEA'r7.VGS STARLING Sunday School at 10 a. m. FannieB. 3 at 7:05 to 7:25 A.M. _____ ___t
Frazier in charge. Horningservice
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His Plat- at 11 a. m. Evening service -
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1iI3 P'L April % 1:13 P.M. May z .
": 6 p.m. At 3 p.,nx. Mt. Zion For FREE to the Polls
10 A.3L u April so 6:05 PM.- May '% will Transportation
of Lawtey
Missionary
Society
? form.over Radio .Station WRGR. 12:30 P.l \prO so 10 A3L ,-.:._._ lay S render a program. Mrs- Houston
: i < ,. CALL W'04-0121 WO 4-97JJ
7:20A.- May is in charge. The general publicis ; or .
invited to attend. Don't forget
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vi 1t.BobbS'Alvarez. l i, ,. I
RISING f; and Scobbie Kel To Meet MondayThe 'The following cases were heard I

,-,', i i! ly weic:in Miami last week. in Mayor's Court Monday morning .
| Mrs- Made Rowland of Orlando newly formed Barbershop Rt- :. i

,....By. ...Mrs.. .Gordon,... .. .. Jonei. 1 I i Mrs Maude Harris'' and Mrs.: j Chorus will meet Monday night Arthur Tyson failure to yield SEE. HEAR
'" ; tt 7:30: o'clock in the high school ..
..."...........,.....".... Maggie Norman of Gainesvilleriiited light: of way, $27.50 or 5 days: : .Y:
band room. All men interested in t
I Mr.And Mrs. Edward Nor- ; Sentence suspended and placed D.OYLECONNER
I Air. and Mrs. Herbert Normanaria singing are invited to attend zAiA
man lajt week.I I >;
.en 30 days probation. _
chflden of Oklawaha visited :I i \
relatives' here and in Brooke i|! CIIURQI NEWS J Ji Wesley Thomas, driving with-
t cut drivers license., $27.50 bond.
I over. the. weekend. !,!i Don forget homecoming nextE'unday i ij At The Tabernacle J'estreated.
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Alvarez j j :May I, at Bayless Highway ,
sited Mrs. Anna Jean hive":e Baptist Church. Come ou,. ;' The week of April 24-30 having John Francis Zant, reckless : For Commissioner
!to Jarksonville driving $102.50, bond estreated.
on Easter Eti'r bring a .basket, and enjoy YOU1I ; been proclaimed Youth Temperance -
date Their grandchildren return- l : Moms L. Nazworth. obstructing of Agriculture
i iteif I I Week by Gov, Leroy Collins, ; "
-_ww.-..._v ii i I his proclamation was read in the driveway $12.50. r
WillVc; C. Brown public intoxi-
I I Sinday morning service at the
I cation. $27.50 bond estreated.
ELECT I Gospel Tabernacle. After a chalk tk&# 1 \ P wt Thomas Cason public 'intoxi-
talk in Bible School'by the sponsor -
: : each child was given a temperance cation. $27.50 bond estreated.two I Local T-V Listing

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Jim '
At 4 p. m. the baptismal pool of those winning blue ribbons _
Chasteen was used by the First Christian 4 1 were given for door prizes.!j :,, : WFGA CHANNEL 12
Church pastor Rev. Robert Bad-:! County Agent George Huggins, '
;ett, for the immersion of six bI and H, L..Speer judged the plants: I I : Saturday, Apri130 11:15 to 11:20: P.1I..
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VV V i persons who had united with the Out of, town visitors were Mrs.I .
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rs 'Rr' 'A' 7A church Roy Cooper; a former club member -1 i; .
iy and !Mrs. Forrest Langdale (Pd. PoL Adv.) .
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Presbyterian Church I g, ol Jasper. ,I

Y5V !L Sunday Church School) 9:45: Participants- in HD Council dress revue ((1-r) M rs. H.B.

:a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.. Hamilton Miss Knza: Blanchard, Mrs Eugene<< Pearson Mrs. ,
I
: I /'The Future Is in The Family." "i r(E. Fj Mayton, :Mrs. Roy: Cooper; Mrs. A. C., '

s I|Meeting of Diaconate, 2:30 p. m I i P. L Dinkins,Sr. Children: Kay Turner and Johnnie Thompson. .! ;
I Meeting of the Session 3:30: p.. m. RE-E LEC T
Youth Fellowship, 6 p.. m. Evening Achievement Day cichids, and tropical:potted plantsby i
I Mrs. A. C. Belche. I Ithe'
Seated in
Worship 7:30: p. m. : ,
And Dress Revue
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x ,' Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer garden! was Little Miss Spring-
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Yfr V VV and Study. 7:30: p. m. Held By HD Council time, Kay Turner, daughter of
: V Vt Friday :Men's Work Night, Mr. and. Mrs. Bobby Turner, and Geo. L. Patteni
4 7 p. m. Choir practice. 8 p. m.he {I ""6prin; Fashions" was the I her escort, Johnnie Simpson. son t9
It theme of the annual Achievement j|i of Dr. and Mrs. John Simpson Jr.

f[Day and ..Dress. Revue held Tuesday -i i jof.i the State Farm. .. .
01 by the Home Demonstration 1 I'I Receiving ribbons in the" revue "
I Council at the State Farm Club)(.I were. Miss Enza Blanchard, first' ( yN
house. Mrs. Jim Harden, hostess;; place; Mrs. Eugene Pearson, CIRCUIT JUDGE I
club president, welcomed members -''j second: and Mrs. E. F. Mayton,

'. and visitors to the annual I third. Miss Alice Jones of Florida ; '
YOUR BRADFORD COUNTY 'event. i i. Power & Light Co., and Mrs.
A covered'dish luncheon at noon',.;' Essie Thompson, Clay Electric Because fie has .
r the !I' Cooperative, judged the outfits. .
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s jrtarted I day's-events. Arrangements "-:
of flowers used Mrs. Pearson will represent the J
Tax Collector E' rz.'v I. spring were Ii Council law in Florida
in
T I 1 in decorating the. tables and club meeting Gainesville in Actively practiced
., Z a ;room, and place cards. in spring July. Mrs. J. C. Dye narrated the for 20 years.
r "design were, (made by Mrs. R. M. reveue and Mrs. Don Tilley playedthe
A Vote for Chasteen is a Vote for CaddelL ', piano. *' Served capably Circuit
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During the business meeting, Two childs' dresses, by Mrs. your
Courteous Faithful and Honest Qualified
Service.
i plans were made for the zinnia-iW. E. Wood Jr., also won blue, Judge for the past six years.
flower show to fce held May 27 r ribbons.!
Jim Chasteen is: in the courthouse. Mrs. A. C.!I j.I Individuals displaying their I Experienced '* Been unqualifiedly endorsed by the

A Veteran of World War II. Ellis, County Council president,j'! hobbie of pottery, needlework, written statement of 97% of the
Sole owner of Brownlee & Chasleen. announced that the State Council -,| and plants were Mrs. R. Mr Cad- "
Married and the father of two children.! %; meeting will convene 'at the!! cell, Miss Enza Blanchard. Mrs.. ImpartialPd. lawyers actively practicing in the
Alumni of the University of Florida. .
Alumni of Georgia.Tech [Industrial.Management'49] K. University of Florida July 18.-23.J'A. H. Harley Sr., Mrs. S. A. Dei: ( PoL Adv:) Eighth Judicial Circuit.Don't .
t1f.tl'1"* k t*: : Sirs P. L. Dinkins Sr. gave the';.Foe, and Mrs, R. F. Young. I I
Jim Chasteen will: devotion, and Mrs. T. W. Markey I I I M. B. Jordan and his students I II
failed led the group singing. 'I at the Agricultural Department I Ii I
Run the office of Tax Collector efficiently and plumbing I II I
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State Prison
For the dress revue, a spring I'of the -
full time In dead of night i
|setting was arranged on the stage, I various tropical potted plants and
We
sent
Not let his present business interfere with the officeof a man
using trailing smilax, spirea; orchids which were judged, and
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To fix it fight.
Tax Collector, and will [devote his entire'at> ,
Be Misled
tendon to the job at hand. V

At all times conduct himself hi a manner that willreflect How. about taking advantage of Elect'A Forward-Looking Young Man. .
credit to your office and the community. the quality plumbing service we .
Will not embarrass! any Board Agmey.omml..si n, offer? Your 'pipes, sinks, and '
County'Official or Taxpayer la "of* ". lancets can't* talkbiitIT. <
the.'rewivlng allf P. Hall'
disbursing of tax monies could, they! would tell you to c Rodney .By Juggled Figures

Will performthe duties of the office of Tax Collectorcompletely us when they're not up to par. FOR

as prescribed by law
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4. Will not let the Audit reports of (the office of Tax V'J. School Board Member

Collector be a discredit to Bradford County j .
I DISTRICT CQUNTY-AT-LARGC-; : -- :. : : secondhand I
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accept
YOUR ACTIVE SUPPORT AND VOTE ON MAY 3 Qlll ,t'SEP77ANKf'ERYCE- HE WILL SERVE ,OUR ; 5.A .' .
WILL ON-Atl -
BE GREATLY APPRECIATED, EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
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IMPARTIAL BASIS'' information about
(Pd. Pol.d,'.) I / I :. your
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..I "'ll 11' :, ;: Sheriff's Budget When I

i naii STANDS FOR A PROGRESSIVE, WELL-

i i ROUNpED.EDUCATI N L SYSTEM the. true facts are open

GEARED'TO KEEP ABREAST WITH OUR. I.
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I -NATION'S DEVELOPMENT. for your inspection everyday


LOOK WHAT -AND DO YOtI ..AM RIGHT MOW He ,Is: in the week? :
I FOUND! J KNOW WHAT YEAH,MARY! I'M RONMIN' TO THE G ; A YOUNG MAN VVVrie
FINDING A IT MEANS THE STORE FOR THE BEST t CONSCIENTIOUS
HORSE SHOE HORSE IS 6BQCXRIES IN TOWN AT s 9 I .
MEANS? i UNNIN' AROUND CityrishS I ; ENERGETIC
BAREFOOTED' '
1 V FAIR 'If you want, to know the TRUE facts about the
Meat Market I SINCERE
a i Sheriff's budget all you have to do is come to my

\, office in the Courthouse' any ,time at' your con.

I "- .- venience. My budget is approved each year by the

jJd6t F ORI I I nODNIIESI Board of County Commissioners. and my office is
Sg&a- _
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n I ALACHUA : invite time. You
: questions. inspection at any

FRYERSlb. BANANAS -lb. : COUNTY. : do not have to, pay? g9od'money for a set of "Certi
29c 1 O c .
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Bounty Seat
,, fied" figures the true facts are available FREE

; I Gainesville :, for- the asking., .

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SMOKED PICNIC lb. 29cSmoked Bacon Ib. 2ge :. V ,,:,GIVE .US; A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU V V



Tarn proud of my staff and, the cooperation they give me in maintaining *
a high) quality of law enforcement i in Bradford County. We

ROUND STEAK lb. 69cSmoked.Sausage Ib. 29c are on call 24 hours.a day and are ready to work around the clock,

if necessary, to ;give you and your the protection you deserve. We

n ,- .a.reJD..1uu., cooperation with all other law enforcement agencies,
) both locally and statewide, and- !maintain the most modern radio

,.facilities and other first class equipment to insure a safer Bradford

CHUCK ROAST lb. 4ge CHUCK STEAK lb. 49c.39Clb. .. : }!lletfniversi i ,-tin.ftbriaa;.located in'Gauuevme l' 'County- for' our citizens.-I am..proud of the fact that last year
'Cffers a.source ol,tremendous research and scientific 41 ,V I undercut my:' budge by. $7,000 and took in a record $44,000 in!
r info natiwith some 200 fields cSt study' +available to- '. L, fines, and forfeitures. This f raeanslthat the county spent only .$9,.. "
students, A'dWraified, frell-balanced agricultural proi''gram '
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000 for full-time law enforcement '
Is supported liy a.varietyof.good soil types and . .
FRESH GROUND -. *a.moderate climate. Timber: plays an impprtant.role '
BEEF Ib. for .
or 3 ,. $$1. 00 "1b Tcbahty's"send >*s,as.thetaising of.pure- Most bfyou know me well. I am 'a native and life-long resident of- !

bred bee and dairy.cattle and.hogs. The.)largest'and tes Bradford County. Married to the, former Ruth Sapp, and father ,
I eldest livestock auction market iafteSUteJs.l?. _, '
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Association and Florida Peace Officers Association 1 r rI
PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT <. Las': Pmi Ssi ve AlachW County, and'-throughoUt.pda. ;- ;
'OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK ,7. ;\Jtfto 9 P.M. CLOSED ON MONDAY i *Tk> .rthe United.States Brewers Bwmdatien.tworkstonstanfly I\ Member ''Primitive Baptist" Church, and Starke Rotary Club. ;
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j l to maintain.the sale of beer.and ale'under ,

A!IJ I :nforcenwnt pkasanL/orderly serves conditions.the.best interest Believing of that the'stricMawr people of, I 1 :Capable -. Alert .-* Experienced -' Efficient :
J Tlbridvthe Foundation'stress* clcRQop.ention':with .
Imes,law enforcement and governing of- I


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THURSDAY APRIL 28, 1960 BRADFORD CCHJSTTY TELEGRAPH ST5RKE .PAGE> ,PLgT1
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I ffftttffttvRfttttlttttI Fields, of Newport News. Va. church. L f.:
Lacy
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Veterans' in .
: !5s in the hospital The revival at the Highland ,' i -T. -- -

CLAY HILL Phebos, Va. Several of the folks church is progressing nicely. The I Ill ,.. 'i-J.:. ::t. .. i iI
in this area remember Lacy when Itcv."Boles is delivering some I ,'V,.- 'I:1 ,,
By Mrs. J. L. Stricklandatfffyfntttttttfttt he lived here for sometime. wonderful messages. The message I : : R e t ." ." >

Bill Pendarvis, who is in the I hear Sunday was John 10:14. ,' '" \ : "
!, Veterans Hospital in Georgia, Mrs. Mary Locke was received Into 1'1 I
We !has improved but is not able to : the church >;y letter Sunday | 1 1I 'I II'
haven't been writing. any J
I return home yet. i morning and given the right hand i

teen news sick for, a just while didn't now,write Haven't for Mrs. Mary h cke's mother has I I of friendship.We I' I P1 i V Al Ii Tfl I'I'i I Vl

personal reasons. We will try to. been seriously ill but improved a I were surprised to see the i V
do better in' the future. little last week. I progress made on the building of I
; I We missed James Griffis last S tae; Pastorium- The walls are high ; i!II III
Most of the children enjoyed i
I'Sunday and hope he is recovering -]i enough now to see them from the
the two and a half day vacation ,
from his! recent illness. road. We are very thankful for L
they had .while the teachers attended 1 JVjfl
the cooperation of those who donated r

a meeting in Miami. Buddie Wilkinson is improving I I Lnariy
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funds and those who donated -
from his seige of flu and pneumonia 'I
We wonder where. all the poll- j I their time and work. l
candidates but is not able to be up I.
Ucal are. Usually we I
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We have been told that this
and! around very much yet. I
have plenty of.visitors just before !
an' election but haven't seen Remember the preaching services column would be mere interesting I I II
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at the Padgett church next if it contained more personal I
thisyear.
_ many Your reporter's daughter JoAnn Sunday afternoon at 230.; If you I news and not so much church I

Lang, and children. Annette, "j wish to go and don't know the !I news. Well, we get most of the i' I I. .
I n-ws at church, so why shouldn't
baby and Clarence Lang, all of I I aiiection. just come to your repcrter's Y ourST A TE SENATOR
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,'It be church news? If you want]
Tampa, spent the Easter weekend: house at 1 p. m and we
i : more personal news please get it j jv GI
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else
with their, families in this area will show you the way. Or go ; !
returning to Tampa Sunday even- to Hattie Nolan's farm and follow -i l > your reporter so it can appear I I !
I in this column.
ing. I j I the road that turns.to the I i I t '
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We have learned that our son. right. It will take you to the TYTYTTTYYYTTTYYYYTTTVTY i I ,
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4AAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAA4AAA4ARevival : :"
1 i STAYED"' .i STAY : ,
services at the churchare .
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MORNING APRIL 30fLOR'lUA .' .
being well attended and will I \ ;" {' ''" '" .
I continue until Saturday, April '" J .
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THEATER WITH W%
I ,Those on the sick, list this week 'I ,. :: > 1 ';' '
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are: Buddy Wilkinson. James ;: ; :: : ; -
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Griffis and Bill Pendarvis. We ;
wish them a speedy recovery. I a. ''j : "........H" ,1 '
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the family of Mrs. Winfred Ricks .
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;, Sponsored by the Following Merchants: Wimb lly.. Mrs. Wimberly died ) -- : $ 0 i

Saturday, April She made hjji'l I Ii
I I home here for many years and : : ;
GEM JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY '.was an outstanding citizen in the WITH TilE HELP, OF COUNTY AND ; :, ;L Widened .and \improved! Main Street
community and church. CITY OFFICIALS AND THE CITIZENS I' 4 f 1''{ in 'Brooker/'and, sidewalks, on each
LOCAL 'FINANCE CO. SIMMONS' KOCH The work on the. Pastorium is OF THE 15th SENATORIAL DISTRICT, 1(>/:- : side.4Paved
DRUG STORE progressing nicely and we hopeto I HAVE ACCOMPLISHED THE FOLLOWING {'
CRAWFORD PROS. have it completed soon. : t ,; : Road from .Brooker, through
GULF SERVICE STA. DENMARK FURN. CO. Mr. and Mrs. John Aguair and :,::-j/. :. ''. i New'nn'er .to State Road, 100.
Jacksonville .. > '" ,
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daughter Nancy .I ,. ..'If".
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ACE ELEC. SERVICE : suited relatives here Wednesday.The ( ..s, .:: *h9 Paved Road from Brooker. to
TERWILLEGAR. Bradford County Hospital.Filling ." "r,:. '
MOTORS many friends of Earl Mos- :.:, Mikesville.Payed .
STARKE TELEPHONE ley win be glad to hear he has
.eturned home from the Bradford in Football Field (at no expense ;:t: :. 4' ., : Road from Brooker, to Lake
CHARLEY E. JOHNS STARKE BUILDERS > '
I Insurance County Hospital.Mr. to City or, County). >i;'," Butler
Agency SUPPLIES
and Mrs. Richard Mosley :
> I of Avenue and ::: : t' Built Scout Hole Bridge.
visited in Palatka saturd y. Widening Temple .
"MAY" will be the month for the I Mrs. Callie Griffis returned Sidewalk on each side. >
Sume Saturday from Pahookee. j I ? V ;
Wayside Park in Lake Butler.> I JLJL Built Conner Bridge. Ill
I GREATEST MOVIES of the Year. I where she spent several weeks as ,
r a guest of her son. Edwin. I S ti ,

V V II Widening of State Road 100, V y a Paved Tom Chastain ,Highway from
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VOTERS
,Two new Bridges 'on- State Road Pared Buddy Norman Highway ,I'

V V 100 west pf ,Lake Butler. .*. from ,Lawtey, to State Road 16.,,

I :OF BRADFORD .COUNTY ; 4: II I II :"J.* Dredging}and *.Widenifl8| Alligator" *!, JLJL. Paved Bayless Highway.: :'
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7 Creek to Rowell- Lake ', .

Paved ,Road to Sapp Cemetery. Paved Lester Johns, Road.

I, W. C. (Billy) Powell am running for re-election to your *
School Board.'Dist. 3, County-wide, having almost completed a l VV V
Paved road from' Raiford to JL, Paved Brownlee Road from Starke ,
term I have not always seen V f.Sanderson
first term. During this first : eye *. V *
to eye with a majority of those with whom I served but in '- to Raiford.

1 the final analysis all issues have been resolved with harmony I' I 'acd- streets t in i Town of Raiford. Built new bridge over, :'Santa\ Fc

,. and dignity. I River at Worthington Springs. '

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Widened State Road 100 through Helped City of Starke secure the
V '. If re-elected I will make but one promise and that i is to *
guarantee" that matter that comes before the School Board Starke South to Clay County Line. JL Signal Lights at Railroad Crossing modern Street Sweeper that keeps
any
J'V' will be thoroughly aired, both pro and cori, before a decision Widened:U. S. 301 from Courthouse_ on State Road 1 QO. our Streets clean.

is reached. I through business district to ,Alligator Paved Road to El/ey Chapel. New Florida Development Commission '

Creek with sidewalk on each Surplus Property building.
_ When I. ran for this office in 19ofi, I spent six solid weeks II'' side. Built :Alligator Creek 'Bridge. Starke
I Paved Road from State Road 100 22 milt of streets in and
visiting all over the county. Although! 1 jrainetl 1 many personal i '
_ friends} and had many enjoyable chats I feel that I cannot take i III V New State: Highway Patrol l Station... } ;.' via Swift .Creek Church to Olustee. Reno-at not one dime cost to theproperty

that time awoy from my work and my family for this campaign.; I : Paved Road from .Brooker to Lake owners.
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I also feel that in local elections most folks know who) they I I 20 new homes at State Prison Farm. Butler. Road from ,Lake Butler to Raiford .,

are going to vote for when candidates announce. In so thinking 'r F arm. ,. Sanderson Road.
Paved Road from State Road 100 to
effort to solicit support. JL .
these weekly: ads will be my total your .
Crystal Lake. JL Overhead Crossing over ACL Rail.

I I have no intention) to take part in any vindictive petty $20,000,000 New Prison now underconstruction Paved" Road from State .Road 100 ** road on State" Road 23 ,.North of
State Prison .
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back biting politics. The only thing I have to say; about my op- c' t towards Santa Fe Lake. Worthington Springs

ponent is that, as far as I know, he is an honorable man. t Road to DuPont Mining Company '
V I ae.oa d to Dekle Cemetery. .
.' at Las iCy. V : ,:.*Vf f>:{ ( The above are a few of the accomplishments

As for my qualifications I have only to point to the record.' Jb Tim Blackburn Highway} from' : of my 22 years as your Representative
Remember the changes that have taken place since 1956. Let,. ** 23. Paved Streets in Lake Butler. and Senator in Talkhassee. >We d6
; North of to State Road "
Lawtey
me list 'a few of, the problems that confronted. us then: .. .,.' .. .' -, not have space enough to list them all. I

Paved road from Lawtey to.KiJgs.! V I pledge to you that I will! work ::for the !
Paved Streets in and
Hamp
1. Insufficient supply of toilet paper towels, and' soap. ley Lake. -.1 ..' ii. t' Lawtey lath' Senatorial District just as hard in I

.2. Lack! pf,replacement, light. bulbs., r' -.-,-. ;"-, : :'? :' :7i..i thenextfour'earsasIhav !in the past. I


(.Faulty wiring., -,', '; ...,

.Inadequate fire escapes. _:f. ?,. ..- ,*,;:':':'T I L :1. --. '.,. _'-" 'if', a....,...-::_. 'ITIII NrKm.: ,'. !t' I I

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5. Total absence of maintenance : ; ; :
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t 6. Almost non-existent Home-Economics and Science -..-'.* .. ."; :.:4i "-Jj--.i,):. '....i I ', I

Departments. -, "'".' .' '. Ve have system .of roads in our.District President of'the Florida State Senate and. :

7. Leaking roofs. /\;.'-". = ;. ,.second to. non.; ;jnlhe entire State FJorida.: Governor of Florjda. I ,,,1

8. Worn-out buses. *, .f//, I The next honor Lean bring back to my

9. Lack of class-room space. :-V-;<;: .. ,I .am ;for *the' 15th Senatorial .District people is Dean of the Florida Legislature. ,

::; FIRST 1 IT"*>ri :,-'LAST. .'. -, ,andAllVrVAYSr- and; promise-. I organized the Pork ,Chop Senators :in I

10. The biggest High School' in the state.without V t an ,. you; from the depth of "my heart, that ,I will 1953 and we are the only thing that stands, I I

auditorium. .jiqyer.show partiality between the ..twocounties their
: .. between the smaller counties losing

f In,every instance,the above problems,have been taken care ,in.my_ District., '$178,300.00 race track. money each year. 11,
1 of except the buses, which will be corrected by next school term "
hand for buses. brought the 'f following honors to On .the'il sis ,of jrny accomplishments} ., I
1, >vith .$30,000 already on new :1 I have..: -' .. ._ }.

., my: ..District: --. t, ", am asking you to give: .1:11: e,.your vote .and. .,-I?
In the next four years, this School Board will, among ..-!. ,. port on May 3rd.Thanking .
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j other things construct new classrooms and a.library at South-
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'I !, 4 ide Elementary, construct a gymnasium and new class-rooms < V ,President! Fro Tern-:=of
at .RJ.E.'.for our colored! students. The total budget for the '.- \, J my 'heart, I I remain
I seat four years will be almost five million dollars..With "


: these thoughts in mind I earnestly ask you to" consider J'I I I V ALWAYS YOUR FRIEND : : !

"' 'my candidacy. for re-election. I; VV V V

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Y-YY' he is confined to bed. We miss him I Company B Still Farm Agent fled check must accompany each ,
in the Training Union hour to I To whom do you go for legal i "i. fiirmanee Bond for onehundred
NORTH SIDEBy I lead us.Baptismal. Has Some Vacanciesj To Appear On TV ,ctunsel a lawyer with EXFERINCE j.i I le'lItPd per cent by suocessful of contract bidder.musti : MIZELL BEAUTY. SHOP
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f [ or one-just I I I The right is rt'IOt'r\.d.to reject
services will be het Friday Morning graduated
j Franklin. Delano Thomas. IIi I any or all bids I Corner Bay and Center Sts.
Mr*. John CowartAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA J Sunday afternoon. Time and place Washington St.. Starke. enlisted CHARLEY JOHNS HAS 22 i lurid !>-i rtment Of Public I

will "be announced later at the!i m Company B. 748th Ordnance, Bradford County Farm Agent YEARS OF EXPERIENCE [Pd. II. X. KlliivX Safety, him.tor I Phone WO 4-6171
& AA1 i G T. will be "
church. Huggins
!' a guest on Fol 42S-2t: 5/5
Adv.] .
Battalion of the Florida National
I'm sorry, folks] that I missed! Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bosford.!Coord for a period of three '!Jim Watson's "Hi Neighbor" television I FOR APPOINTMENT
I years 1! MITICR OF I\TE\TIO'i TO i
writing for yjou the past two Mrs. Evelyn Rivers, :Mrs Mamie 1 i a: the last drill on April 25. program at 6:45: RJH. Fri- JHXaVTRR: FICTITIOlMK I
weeka. ; Denmark and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thomas is a.former member of; 'oa: >, April 29. on WFGA-TV. IN UTVI ION FOR BIDS Notice Is hereby given that the 1\i 'LUCILLE ALVAREZ MIZELL

The regular worship hours now' Starling of Jacksonville visited I U. S. Air Force where he servedas '! Huggins said he Ticpes to be., rLuiunt. STARKB.II IGUu'.nP.TROL FLORIDAKUI I undersigned Chapter ,20,under:953, Laws the of provisionsi Florida \ Owner
are Sunday School at 10 a.m. Mrs. Lois Carter and'family Sun- an instructor after basic train- able to get in a few .plugs for.1 oF F'ui; ipui\r: .."DI I', A-ts of 1941 win register with tbs -
preaching oat 11, Training Union day afternoon.Mr. ing. : Bradford County strawberries during ('llnITI ICr. fink, of the Circuit: Court in and -. ._'- ....
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at 7 p.m and preaching at 8 p.m. ; and Mrs. John Cowart and Elmer Glisson Route 1, Box 9,|! the program. I -Sealed bids will be received In 'II (. receipt of proof of publication!
Prayer Meeting 8 p.m. children the ''I I :heof fire of the Florida Highway'Kttrnl I' <,f this notice the fictitious iiiine j AMBULANCE SERVICEI
enjoyed Padgett Starke.: will be six ,
going on a Ialatka. Florida until cf Southeastern Tank Service, 4J6X
Glad to report that Carl Brown family reunion in Gainesville on month tour of active duty be- 1!|Three Local Girls I |iCO A. M., EST, May 13. 1S60 for : : Walnut St. Star('. Florida, under I! WO 4-2600
is home now for two weeks from Easter Sunday at the home of i office equipment and furniture. ; which we are engaged in bu..iJtfl. -
5! ::'miI1! May 1. pGlisson wilt I All materials .
the hospital before having to return Mrs. Cowart's father J. W. attend basic training at Fort,,!To Be Counselors I quality to. general to, be Fireproofing! equal in !i' H. G. Rollmger, 4!6 Xorth Walnut I 1 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
for further treatment. He invited i ec"inment.I' St. Starke. Fla. 9S cent Interest -
Padgett. The occasion also honored -, S. per
Jackson C.
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and then train in
;you to visit him at home as Mr. Misses Mary Agnes Matthews I List of furniture and equipmentau : and J. E. Hildebran 411 X. i DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral. Director.
his 75th '
Padgett on birth-j i his military secured I .
I occupational specialty ue at the Florida High- Walnut St. StarXe Fia. 1 per cent
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Nichols of
':and Patsy Starke. and 'way Patrol Office, Palatka, Flori- merest. I
i at Aberdeen Proving Ground MaI i 1 Starke, Fla.
day.Mrs. Barbara' Bates of the State Farm da. Dated this 6th day -of April 1960
Harry Bleasdale III and j Key personnel attended a Command ,' were "tapped" Tuesday for BBs will not he considered on III Starke. Bradford, County. Florida i'i Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
Asphalt Driveways children of Keystone visited Mrs. : Post Exercise on the Camp 1 parts of this furniture. Bids must ,
Sophomore; Counselors an honi .IK lude all items on list 426 4t 519| -
John Cowart and, family last week. |Banding! Reservation April 23- craiy Freshman service organization All prices t.. be quoted F. O. B. ""' ..I
9 |24. Functioning in the exercise i!' 3.arktFlorida.. ... ,, .
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at State Unrrer'jJty. Hidtn include '
Padgett Church I wtre the 48th Division Trains' : Initiation ceremonies were new Florida Highway delivery to Patrol the 1. : this $1.39"Dutch
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STARKE ASPHALT I I which included the 748th Ordnance Biiildc! urn-rated and set up inyron"l' ,
I ihfcld at 5, p. m. Tuesday in the i
Services ,
I May 1st Battalion of which Company rooms. ,;"
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PAVING COMPANY iLongmu-e at FSU. Delivery)' date to be stated in bid. >
building
e B is a unit. The purpose I! I Five per cent Ca..hi.r's, or Certi- i ;'a Boy"hand puppet!
213 S. Cherry St. f Preaching services will be held 'of the exercise was to train key I i iI

I at the Padgett Church on May 1 ;,personnel: > In the solution of com- .. --_' _.-_.---= I r
lhone0 9-2011 at 2:30 J. L. Strickland will I !
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Evening :II I:be the to speaker.attend these Everyone services.is invited I:Wood attending Lt. James were: Capt.Bloodworth Joseph,i : WITH A GALLON OF "DUTCH BOY" t NALPLEX

The road is now passable un- ;
I ISP-4 Haywood Murray and SP-
Phone WO 4.1563 i iI I jloss J there are more hard rains. '14 Ben North. I
ACRYLIC LATEX WALL PAINT!
|! A number of positions are still ,
{I available in Company B. Persons

THE OPPORTUNITY YOU I'Interested in Joining are Jnvltedto ; ..uiry on down today. Buy Nalplex! and ask for
attend the next drill on M nt '
2. "Dutch hand puppet-yours free I
ay, Hay your Boy"

HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR I II I Supply is limited.
Post 56 Schedules .
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MAGNUSELECTRIC Election. For May 10 Guaranteed Highest Trade, (r. *. if.: t :. .

Election date for the 1960-61 \,"

ORGAN. year was set for Tuesdays May 10, NAME "Dutch Boy"
a: the regular meeting of American

Legion Post 56 Tuesday night.I does it best
The Post also went on record YOUR

as endorsing the student exchange 44 with Nalplex

program now in progress TERMS
ai the high school, and voted to s -the one-coat
refer the program to the execu-

tive committee for a possible cash wall paint
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contribution.It WINKLER' ELECTRIC SERVICE ..I -'
was decided to place flags on I! 0 NALPLEX COVERS BESTt covers in one coat

I the graves: of all deceased veteran I S NALPLEX SPREADS BESTi brush and roller marks ttjprNr' -
234: N. TEMPLE AVE. I
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memorial
county on day '
NALPLEX DRIES BESTi fast..without painty odor.
with Service Officer A. L. Crosby .
I Jr. in charge. -- =- -.- -- I 1 NALPLEX WASHES BESTi scrubs,up like new..,brushes cleall
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I Dlstiict Commander Harry .

Rabb reminded all members that I .. '?" ':' -" .'-<.:.'.{..7..:A.':.r-, ;'" '.=: .
the District Constitutional Conference NOTICEWONDERFUL I II
will be held in Gainesville I Get your gallon of Halplez and free hand puppet at
on Sunday May 1, .at the Gainesville -

'are urged Legion to attend Post. All this members meeting, OPPORTUNITY! i STARKE HARDWARE COMPANY

at which time a new District
Commander will be elected. I I '.

Post 56 meets on the .second The Whelan home, located one, mile south of Law- 108 CALL ST. STARKE,' FLORIDA
and fourth of each
Tuesdays fey on ,the old Lawtey Road, will be auctioned off
month, and an Invitation is extended r -- 't
: to all veterans to attend. to the highest bidder on April 3Q'It 12:00 Noon
TTT. i at the Courthouse in Starke. I rob

; I Marriage LicensesThe I .

Hefre is your opportunity to get a well furnished I

following marriage licenses house, a double concrete block garage, a concrete
have been issued by the County I block pump house, and ::12 acres of watermelon ? rrE ,
I. Judge's office during the past raising land. \ ', y 3u

WAS $139.00 month: I *
Martin Edwin Johnson 17,
Jacksonville and Martha Jane I You don't want to miss the opportunity of. trying ps wbfV, .o.w.na, ,

$ s9s Tyler 16, Brooker. to get this lovely place for your home. Cometo .
Today sgc Leslie Gordon Johnson, 22, and the auction and bid.

Mary Evalena Muse, 20, both of I .

Only \ Starke. For more details about this place, see .
Andrew J. Witt Jr.. 34. Green I
: Cove Springs and Betty Lois ,.

SEE THIS SPECIAL PRICED Gainey, 31, Brooker.
I DOROTHY SWANBOM I
I Jessie Woodrow Pate 42, and
latha Mae Williams, 44, both of On U. S. Highway 301
MAGNUS ELECTRIC ORGAN Jacksonville. :f ,
Four and a Half Miles North of Starke A
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TODAY! I way you write. Come In and se. .. -.I
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Journey DOUBLE FEATURE To The I TheJob! .w


Center Of The EarthPat _

Boone, James Mason Seeber

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Plus Gregory Color Peck Cartoon Ann For Blyth Kids D. Last year's winner has won again! '


i.J : BIGGEST SALES SUCCESS IS GOING STRONGER THAN EVER IN 16Q. ON8 *.
: Wed.-Thur. May 4-5 1959'S
LINES .YOU'LL KNOW-WHY1';&
_ DOUBLE FEATURE It.00K-ATT HOSE BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED AND .
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The Alligator People Within one war from introduction, the Ford} Tliunderbird's on V-3 engine;
Beverly Garland, Bruce Bennett Gdldiie, the thun.Ierbtr; I of the low-prK-e fo-1.1. And] for 10, Calaxie ha* more room for six
rr lL has become the world' .best-seling! series.; For pa. en ers than ever l efore!
{ PLUS 19tiO it U even more sensational. Yet, all-new and. elegant a* the Calaxle u, it
Teen Age ThunderCharles FOR Inside and out in -t\le and luxury the still ipnrb a lour Ford price 1.1,. So take a tip
.J Courtney Mellnda Byron Cataue is unmLtakally ThunderlirJ. fn>m all America. Crane tl"At.tfrirf' the 19w
Fur j. wee,you can hate the "hhtning"of the G.1ldlie-the best-ielling car in the woill.
Plus Color Cartoon For Kids COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT

4 Come see the ,Wonderful '.\etc World of Fords at your Fa"llJf>1I1er'. o r.
Fri.-Sat. May 6-7

THE PRICE IS RIGHT Never DOUBLE So FEATURE Few 3 -, County at LargeHe TERWILLEGAR.MOTORS


Frank Sinatra Gins LoUobririda will serve the entire county impartially

C. H. NASWORTHY S Lawrence Female Tierney Jungle John Carradine and to the best of his:ability.Pd. 206 W. MADISON ST.STARKE' FLA.


J. Mansfield Kathleen Crowley ( PoL Adv.)
310 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. Plus 2 Color Cartoons For Kids t ;3f you're interested in an A-l Used Car, be sure to see your Ford Dealer- -.

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA


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STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1960 ,
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', KEYSTONE, HIGHLIGHTS I CD Are Alert Disclos Plans ed; '" .., I Big Approved New Loan For MELROSE AA.A I Keystone Plant Slated


: Clay ElectricThe ,
By Mary K., Schaeffer For Next Week':
f i By, 'Joyce RothbammerkAAlAAAAAAAAAtA

Ann Vance Becomes Alencon lace, reembroidered with I Clay Ray County Chance Civil; has Defense released Director -' ministration Rural has Electrification just approved Ad-a : WIU '

Bride Of Lt. Anderson pearls and sequins. The pout "I the following information concerning loan to Clay Electric Cooperationat i Mrs. Alice Price and sdn i, Law- :!'By Egg Cooperative

The Babenhausen Army Post back extended into a Chapel ; the, CD 'alert,to be held Keystone Heights in the amount itiice Dale, and Mr. and Mrs. Don
Chapel in Babenhausen Germany train. The skirt front was appll-!May 3, 4 and 5. of $1,528,000.The I Beach of Tulsa Okla., spent last'cek'

'was the scene of the im- qued to repeat the motif of the I The alert .wilj be.started by the money will be used to'%1-j I visiting Mrs. Price's and I

piesshe military wedding of Miss neckline. A pearl tiara held her I North American Air Defense nance the construction of "344 Mrs. Beach's parents, Mr and;/I The Keystone Heights Chamber'of I modern processing slant, fully I iaid. '
Ann Caroline Vance and Richard finger-tip veil. She carried a bouquet CommsndL: ClaY'ounty attack 'Diles 'of distribution lines to I Mrs. Grant Rothhammer and Commerce has announced that equipped with the latest high- Approximately 75 per cent ot

Leon Anderson, Lieutenant, Un- : of liles-of-the-valley centered warning system will be used for serve 3,552 new consumers.It sifters Joyce and Carol. I in" the near future Keystone Egg I speed: egg handling facilities.I the co-op's present egg production -

ted States Army, on Friday, April i I with a white orchid. "strategic warning", only on,May will also finance the construction Charles 'Williams, who teachesin Cooperative largest egg cooperative -t Work has already started' on is within a few miles of Key-
8, at 7 p. m. The bride was given !I Mrs. Thomas Spence matron of''II 3. No radio units win 'rePort to of four new sub-stations Tampa, spent last weekend in Florida, will construct anew clearing the site for the building ::tone Heights; Starnes said. The

iu marriage by Charles A: East- I honor, was the bride's only at-I)tic: county headquarters on at Fort Whit, Melrose, Pfifar, Mth his' wife, JoAnn and children -I I processing plant in Keystone.{urgent Construction Co. of Key- organization is unique in that it
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Oil, Lieutenant Colonel, IS.. I tlnd: l1t. Her dress was of pink''! this strategic alefc fcdunly "* CD and Green Cove Springs, as.'wellas A five-acre tract of land has 1 stone will l be the builder, and has had a phenomenal growth

Army Chaplain Russell E. Knut-! lace, featuring a scoop neckine I headquarters at Keystone Heights 16 miles of transmission lines 'I'II seen purchased on the north side completion date is scheduled for!and that each member has at

son read the double-ring, cere I and a chiffon midriff. With this j j jI will be placed.hi operation, lay the and various system improve- cate Winners Budge of Club the last Melrose week Dupli- cf the railroad, and a building t July 15.Ray t least 10,000 or more hens on ex-

mony. 'I dress she wore a headband of .,director and others -specifically ments. 1ft, Mis. Mary Cook and were Miss I I permit has been approved: for Starnes of Keystone, president client poultry farms.

Mrs Anderson Is the daughterof !ace and carnations, and carried called No public warning signals The announcement was made y Sallie )Mansfield: 2nd Mrs. Lu- die immediate construction of a of the cooperative, states t "It Is anticipated by members

Mrs. Arch Clark Vance of Keystone 'I a bouquet of matching carnations. will be sounded on Mar3', .Clay jointly by Senator Spessard L. cille Starnes and Mrs. Mae Hen- that 30 people will be employedin ef cooperative that we will
Heights, and the late Mr. Capt. Jay. C. Webb served as County. -- -: : Holland and Representative\ D. R. derson 3rd. Mrs. R. w. Becker utiful color with the South American : operation. the plant in .addirion toe'processing and selling, direct

Vance. Lt. Anderson is the son of the groom's best man. Ushers National Conelrad will l be tested Matthews iiid Mrs Robert Holhs Bolivia flavor.. to the 75 already being to retail outlets, approximately

Mr. and Mrs. James Gilbert Anderson were Lt. Thomas Spence 'and Lt. frum 1 to 1:30 p.. m.; May 3. Winner Mrs. William Moore.; The program included scenes of employed "on the 'egg farms in 15' per cent of the state's egg
t of Linneus., Mo. Douglas Patton. During the morning of May 4 the capital cities of Ecuador, this area. v 'PloducU The bride's dress of silk organza The music, with Miss Beverly a 'tactical warning" will be issued Patron, as Assisting Installing Students at Melrose School had Peru, Bolivia, and Venezuela. Also The building will contain 8,000 year" the president added.

1: was designed with a seal-I Hairreli at the organ, includedthe for 'Clay County. The attack Grand Officer; Mrs .Ada Dyal, Monday, Thursday, and Friday as from the top of Mount Carcavado square feet of floor, space and 1 'The 'cooperative: has a lane

luped neckhne appliqued withLee's traditional Wedding Marches.,warning system will be used Grand Chaplain; Mrs. Frances holidays last week. u Brazil could be seen the glam- will be built with steel-concrete i. sales warehouse in Miami which

Peter Maoris was vocal soloist. [same as May 31, and this time Ktislin;. Past! Grand Matron AS The Senior .Class'had a "skipday" crous city of Rio with the famous ad: aluminum. All floor space will be' supplied ''by overnight service -

Following a reception at the 'radio units will report to the CD Grand Marshal; Mrs. Ruth Pool- Wednesay and went to Day- S.igar Loaf Mountain centered in will be dock height. A cold stor-J from Keystone Heights. _

Officers' Club, the couple I left for headquarters. All police and fire ey, Grand Organist; and Mrs. ttfna Beach for the day. I the harbor; a beautiful view, in age room 20 by 96 feet, will provide -'; Members of the group's board

Drive-In a wedding trip to Holland and units in Clay County will be Verna Brice, Past Grand Matron, The Lions Club sponsored a color, of the Copacabanna Beach, space for more than 100,000 I t of-directors'are: E. F. Aiken, Earl
; Denmark- called to duty.A .i's Grand Secretary.The .Fried Chicken Supper and Poli- !with its famous blue tile walk: : dozen packaged eggs. All eggs will 'I H..yner. E. -'Menzen, and G. R.Starnes. .

They will live in Babenhausen, complete communication's appointed officers install- th cal Rally last Friday at the .Lake Liticac'a in Bolivia, the move on a conveyor system. all of Keystone Heights;
Volunteer
THEATREKEYSTONE Germany, until July, and then problem will be carried out, using td were: Mrs. Jeanne Klinepeter, ,Fire Department'highest: navigable lake in the through the plant while bemg-j I Fri HUf>&eY, Emmett McGnff, and
return to the United States, on raaio frequencies in accordance Adah; Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, Ruth; grounds Speakers were politicians i world. In 'Peru there were scenesof prepared for 'sale. ;.i j!I Herman Schroeder, all of Mel-
;/ seeking;;; election in Putnam County. Machu Pichu, the last city of Latest for egg-hand-i hose:
where Lt. Anderson will l be sta- with State 'of Florida CD Mrs. Edith Thornquist, Esther; .' equipment ;I ; Brooks' Herman, and Joe
HEIGHTSFRI. ,tioned at Fort Sill, Okla. memorandum No. 2. Contact will Mrs. Bernice Young, Martha: Jie Incas. ling techniques will be available'''] vVinburn both of' Jacksonville;
Chicken
I Mrs. Anderson is a graduate of be made with CD headquarters in Mrs. Irene Williams, Electa; Mrs. Supper Tne lovely fabrics shown in- throughout the plant to 'a.ssurei:Joe B. Richardson, and Roger
the University of Florida, where rounding; counties.The .Irene Dawson, Marshal: Mrs. The Melrose Methodist'Churchwill ,Cuded in 40 room settings, featured quality from farm to consumer. I Williams Gainesville; andYo.

., SAT., SUN.. I she was a member of the Alpha Clay, County road department I Sara McDonald Chaplain; Mrs. have a "Fried:. Chicken Supper a whole "New World of Starnes said that poultry authorities -j AtonBelote.y Mandarin.All .
[Chi Omega Social Sorority. Before u> requested to send one I Bonnie Jones; Warden; and Miss Friday May from 5:30: until Ideas"Home Decorating Travel- have considered the Keystone memlwrs of the board are

April 29, 30-May 1 I going to Germany to teach, truck'to. the courthouse in Green Maxine Jones, Organist. I 7:30 at the :)Educational Building I ogue.Mr. area to be Florida's choicest j j /poultrymen and have

she was on the faculty of Woodland Cove Springs for a mock evacua- Refreshments and social hour )of the' Church.Reservations'. Ray Becker showed the 57 |'t.pot for egg production. "Mem-!!recognized the need for a cooperative -
The Big Excitement J may be made and i slides end Mrs: Becker, ,a memberof I bETS of the feel through
Acres School in Jacksonville, Lien of personnel and records. The were enjoyed by all after the; cooperative that)I which to merchan-
tickets bought by calling GRanite I the Woman's Club, read the : this
Picture of the Year! Lt. Anderson is a graduate of sheriff's department will be requested meeting. close-by facility will help use 'their products.R. .
University of Missouri. 'to conduct the county I.0. E. S. Chapter To Meet 'J 5-5461. Price' for the, supper will commentary. thEm' to further exploit the cur- C. Crawford, Keystone
HOWARD HAWK'S Now It Can Be Told tclice problem, and the county Keystone Heights Chapter 279 b2 $1.25 for adults and $.75 cents An added feature of the program rent demand by housewives fori I Heights accountant, is secretary-'

I Finally we have the list of ranger will be asked to conduct 0. E.' S. will meet on Tuesday .fq.children under 10 'years of was a beautiful dress; length!top quality all-Florida eggs," hei 9 treasurer: of the cooperative.
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age. given by the Celanese Coporationas elf
i.he'county fire
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l Keystoners who were so lucky as May 3, at 8 m. In the'MiSOnic* '-
RIOBRAVO to win prizes at the annual Clay The county CD public information Temple. At this p. meeting Moth- Woman's Club a door prize, which was won '\ ,-, ,- ,- ,- =, ?' -. -,- ; -- : '::.=::':'!': f
office will issue releases to Lovely color slides by the Ce- oy .Mrs. Helen Madden.A .
Eiecrtic Meeting. Congratulations observed.
will be
er's Day
_ to the following people who ail county radio 'stations for Woman's Club Has i Cuiese: Corporation of America 'covered dish : luncheon was $7.50 Per 10Q-Lb. ,Cylinder GASNO
transmission around time of pub- were 'shown at the regular meeting served, followed by a business
won radios, heaters,. clocks, mixes hilarious Party
lic alert. I of the Melrose Woman's Club ,meeting conducted' by Mrs. A. J. INSTALLATION CHARGENO
etc: Martha Tyre, Roy Chas-
Monday morning, April 25,the I .
teen. Annabelle Anthony, Bert Public warning systems,lnClav this week. Each year Celanese WHherspo'on., president.The CHARGE FOR REGULATOR
JOHN WAYNE, Chriatoffers., Sr., Ray' Forth, Mrs.A. County maybe'tested-D'May 4. Keystone Woman's Club held a'ComeasYouAre" .sends their Home Decorating last meeting for the season .
Breakfast at Consultants John and Earline will be the May breakfast at Within
There will be no Conelrad" alert / Delivered
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G. Loudon M. L. Sibley Mrs. Anywhere> 10 Miles
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the! clubhouse with rather
RICKY NELSON F. W. Dryden Mrs. Burton'White on that date some ,Bryce in search of new ideas for which time the new officers will

DEAN ,MARTIN"In L. L. Heflin. Helen Pinon, and interesting results. ,fabric designs. This year their he installed. FOR FURTHER DETAILS CALLREDFIARN'Slh,4252
Breakfast Chairman was Mrs.J travels,' took them to Central and uses '
Lollie Law.Duplicate -
Technicolor" Results fug of the Duplicate Bridge Club. A. Williams, assisted by Mrs.A. .South America where they found The Church's Work in Town :

and,Mrs. In second place were Mrs.; Alice S. Crosby 1d Mrs SaraMc- I over 200 fabulous treasures, and_ Country was the subject ofprogratil'bf"thQ

Plus-Short"Feature*. Emery Mi8&JSarahMansfidd Cooper tied with Miss'Iva: Ketchum-'and'Mrif'George; Phelps.' .''Jonald.-Although: =la ie8-kneW which.rhave. been>translated .into |he_ ;Woman's So- t ..tfitfwKeysioneHelghts- "
t Hillyer and Mrs. Edith Lario 'tOf Mrs. Bess Burns and Mrs: Ann that this'",oWd happen some fay exquisite fabrics and Home Furnsainga -11 3iety -of Christian; Service at the t t Fla.
Bissell were thirdhigh.The in the near future,many of them 'of Celanese Contemporary Educational Building of the Mel-
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high score; at the April Keystone,';)ieight& Duplicate had to turn off the stove, and I Fibers which are featured in bea- I I [Continued on Page 151
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Bridge Club meets each the T. V., and lock the door, ando

McKINNEY GREEN DEATONREALTORS Thursday evening ''at 8 p.'m. In when they were called for,I McKAY AT KEYSTONE

the Masonic Hall-. "Those. Who enjoy whether in dress, house-coat,J

a good? J.e.'Cfr_ 'serious bath-robe, or whatever. '-rher LAKE GENEVALakefront !home in a beautiful setting, Redfeam Brings You .
invited ;to 'attend? Bet- little and quitea ,
bridge make-up
MELROSE, FLA. are was very
HIGHWAY 21 = 3BR, LR DR, Fku Room, 2 baths, built-in Electric kitchen, ,
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ier bring your Own. partner. or few hair-curlers. Some of the
} central heat; double carport, storage,, room concrete driveway
'IN'ITED'SALE OB RENTAL
YOUR LISTINGS better still, a whole. table./* u.dies had to come sans their
:Mrs. Long Honored At' Coffee spectacles, which made for a..W -$ $,500., Financing arranged.
Phone GR 5-2981 or 6- 182 .t "
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Mrs. L. E. Harris;eifertafutd a time. About 40 members enjoyedthe '
PARADISE LAKE Good beach, lots of tree*. Title insurance
WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD, Associate number of her Keystone Heights delicious breakfast. The'party $1500. Terms.,
bends at a Morning' Coffee at was closed with music and sing

her home on Lak Geneva on ing. 2 BR. OB.. Large LR, K., Dining space, carport storage room.

Saturday morning April 23 honoring Raseball News Large coiner;; 'lot, pretty view, access! to lake. 10500. Terms
Cii "PETE" O'CONNORReal her friend, Mrs. :H- C. Long, The Keystone Heights Senior
,r Green Cove Springs. Seated at PasebalJ' Team wishes to thank
S. E.
MCKAY REALTOR
refreshmentable
lie attractivey set .u the merchants and the many ,
Estate and Appraisal Service was Mrs. Mary Zellner of friends in town whose donations r
Keystone Heights 3071.2391.4151Melrose
Green Cove Springs, who poured helped make the team possible.To .
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights offee for the guests. Mrs. Harris date, the team has played GRanite 52968Redfearn's
was assisted in the kitchen by tree
games, losing one and winning -
PHONE 4297 '1rs. W. W. Ivey of Green Cove two. Their latest victim was

Springs and Mrs. Leafy Waits Doctor's Inlet, with a score of:s- "

LISTINGS WANTEDOn !Mrs. Harris' sister from Gainesille. 1 At the present time, they, are
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\ !Saving to play their home games

Lakefront Property Improved! and Unimproved Eastern Star Notes at Florahome., They' play r their
Tuesday evening_April. 19, Mrs. next game at Doctor's Inlet on
Residential Farm and Business Property.WE .
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Grand
Frances' Gray, Worthy Sunday. May 1. Their full sched- -

HAVE INVITE INQUIRIES YOUR FOR LISTINGS.t ALL TYPES. AND ::7\\. Matron\Vmt t1 'Grand and Mr.ft Patron: 'Cecil, Thais Grand, u'e v.illbe. announced., at a later I Idate. USiE!1l l 1 0 j :

and
Florida E. '3.
iNp Clispter of ,0. Cub Scout ...News'The'
t vlr staff of .Qhnd; Officers 4' c 1
Scouts
:: .Cub' of Pack. 305
visited the Masonic Temple in ,
held their monthly meeting on
Keystone Heights. Mr. Theiss SPECIALSRCA 1t
iff : Atitie'a Parish -
April at the St. I
conducted a very !impressive ceremony -
i constituting Keystone House. Den' 2 boys putyon) a L P
skit entitled The Great Lakes",
Chapter No.,279 0. E. S. and presented -
which was very entertaining. Roger -
the charter to Mrs> Beatrice
Smith of Den 1 was awarded

I An Schroeder election of, officers Worthy was Matron.,held i'is Bear Gold and Silver Arrows. 21"HOTPOIE '
$50.00
I George Gathercole and his IOn, -
with tthe following results: Mrs. ,, 1'iii'E112A
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of Gainesville, were guests -
44r Beatrice Schroeder Worthy Ma- the meeting and they did an authentic ".
It tron: Mr. Ralph Crawford Wor- -
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? K Indian Dance.
thy Patron; Mr.- Betty Sargent,
.Pack
eicole is the Pack Master of 21" '
Associate Matron ,Mr. Key Sar- 82 in Gainesville. The formlnr,of $$74.95
mt, Associate Patron; Mrs.,Eli-
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Den 3 f9r Pack 305 is currently
rabeth ,Himble, Secretary; Mrs. under consideration. Pack Masterfor ((90 Day Warranty)'
Vera Ownber. Treasurer;' Mrs. Terrific Value!
Harris.
305 is Frank
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'91I Eisenacher ''Conduct-
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HEADACHES Frnestme icas; Mrs. .Phyllis Hussey, Associate Brownie Troop 229 Zenith 17" Table Model-
_ Conductress; Mr.-: Thomas Brownie troop 229 has set the $$59.95 -Door RefrigeratorFreezerFor

FOR'MR., AND MRS. JONES Fmley. Sentinel. date of their "family night sup-

t'"f. was., opened for per" for Friday. May 20, at, 6 p. al Baei.i Gnt you can sow
Themeegng
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,.. 01 .. aiolict;: Instillation. 'Mrs, Frances m. In St. William's Recreation n .ralElectric 21" $$89.95With real mowy Abbig 12.1 &. Reduced To
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Brownies' -
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Gay installed ,the newly elected ft 1960 "SpflM AjV, .
And you can do j justtwhat/ they did I When your bills and appointed officers, assistedby and brothers are invited to r-lop; .' -
Alien;Past Grand tiiis supper. Besides ,the' supper, Base-New Picture Tube-New Set Warranty 00
Mr. Marvin ; ;
about eli; 101 LFremr. $275
pile up and'you're short of cash see us a loan. tbe! troop planned various games .
e New Mag elially ad emf

You can borrow as much as your income warrants and Unwanted Hair for bill the entertainment. children and adults to completethe and a Stromberg-Carlson $$99.95 e No Too font bosh reigsto stuff WITH' TRADE

pay it back on convenient terms. When you're in need, I Removed! evening. .2 ddooattt ;
Keystone On The Map Console-New Picture 'Tube-Looks Like New J'
in and talk. it MEDICALLY
over.
come 4 We were interested in a weekend -

APPROVED METHODS which trip through'was part northern of an Florida Open "We Service Everything We SellllREDFEARN'S I We-Service Everything! We Sell"REDFEARN'S

House program on T. V. the aili,erTobacco
I. THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Edmund morning. The itinerary included

DWYER Olustee Part Lake City ?

Member F.DJ.C.A ELECTROLOGIST' Markets White Springs the JJnivcrsity -
of Florida .Ocala Silver

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Tel FR '!..8D39For Lpnngs, the Citrus country and .

an Appointment then -Beautiful Keystone Heights ..
I Ph. 4252 Keystone Heightsi
Keystone Heights, Fla. 107 W. UniversitywC! :xol famous for water sports" then,onto ,
Phone 4252
r GAINESVILLE,, FLA., Gold Head State Park, and j Keystone'_Heights ,. '

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KEYSTONE Lawrence LaMee, publicity chair- ward's Altar Society will be installed "Mr. and Mrs. George LaRue, of sponkicle T Milton" for MoMcr any will debts not or be bills re- police.bp in writing Each claim, and or shall demand state shall the I

man. at a joint dinner at the Keystone Club Estates. The Sey- ruu1 in by name after April 4, place of residence and post office! Vote For And Elect
Community Church News Garden Restaurant in Starke on belts are from Long Island, N. Y. Ulio) by anyone except myself, Resi- address of the claimant and shall
HIGHLIGHTS deuce is 503 S. Epperson St. Milton! be sworn to by the claimant, his
The pulpit of the Community Sunday evening. May 15. All Key- Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan Mr. Mosier, Jr. 4t 4-Z6 i agent, or attorney, and any such]
Church will be filled next Bun- stone ladies wishing to attend' Mrs. Norman Thompson claim or demand not so filed shall
and and
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day, May.1, by Dr. David R.Holt, should make reservations: with I! Bill Reynolds and _Sally Baylor fn Bradford The Court Co Of..The ty, C Florida..tr Judge IB I J. Thomas Jr. By George H. WILLIAM E. (DUKE)
(Continued from Preceding Page) pastor of the First Presbyterian I Mrs. Joe PawlikowskL attended a Masquerade Dance in Pr.hate.In fierce Atty of administrator of,
I I the Estate of As executor of the
back: to Jacksonville. Church of Martinsburg, W. Va. Last Wednesday evening, the .Skeen.re: Deceased.To Estate of. Florence Wollam I Last Will and Testament of Flor
I IIUBCH NEWS Dr. David Holt is the youngest teen-agers of St. William's had RonCrary I All Creditors And Persons enceWollam Skeens, deceased. '

St. Anne's Episconal Church son: of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Holt, an open-house affair in the Re- .!!ural School of-the University of I Having Said Claims Estate Or Demands Agaisat First publication April 4'14 14, 4t 19SO.515! I

April '20 the Right Reverend and is a commissioner to the rceation Hall. Chaperones were !'Florida Don Morgan is the president You and each of;you are hereby :, I II
Hamilton West D. D., Bishop of General Assembly of the Preby-I Mrs. Lena Clemens and Mrs. of the Fraternity. I i notified and required to present I' CYPRESS WEBB
claims: and demands'hleh
Florida conferred the Apostolic terian Church U. S., which is Harold Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. John Karges 1 any yot). or either of you, may have .
Rites of Confirmation upon Miss holding its annual meeting this Choir practice is held each spent several days last week in against the estate of Florence,' -
week in Jacksonville and of the !. WollamaSkeens, deceased. lat, of iI ]4 I ARDENS
Harriet Paul a guest presented Wednesday evening at 7'30Be on Mandarin'visiting with Mr. and I Peavor I County State of Pennsyl-
by the Rev. Mr. McBlain of St.Mark's l University of Florida, where he time. Mrs. Norman Poston. Mrs. Karges; tania, to the County Judge of otter tY aus...

Starke. and upon: our par- [received his A. B. Degree. He attended Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley and Mrs: Poston are cousins.. i office Pradford in County.the court Florida house ofald at his f. ls ptJlpNlp ..

knoners. Mrs. Thomas Virginia] I Union Seminary Richmond of St. Augustine Diocese was in M. L. Beasley has been the I County at Starke Florida within SUPERINTENDENT
Va..where he received hisMaster's eight calendar months from the I I II
Garnar.: wank'Nooney. Sr. .HuntJcy Keystone Heights last weekend speaker at a number of political I
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Redfearn.; Jr., and LawrmceW and Doctor's degree. admiring our chur h. He confer rabies in Putnam County during I I I
Strawn. The Service was pre- Prior to his attendance at the red the sacrament of Confirma- the past several weeks. Mr. Beas- j Ii ,

ceeded by the Bishop's Dinner. Seminary, he was in the business tion upon the class in Starke ley has been speaking in behalf I f I I II

prepared by the Women of the world for several years and was and at the State Prison. Altar' of Mrs. Loubelle Tyre Long' who I Y. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Church Confirmees.: one of the original officers of the boys David Schaeffer and I
honoring the George L; a candidate for the office of
Mrs. Alex Brokas and Mrs. Florida Research Corporation. He John Allen, and Herbert Nelson Superintendent of Public Instru- 1GREEN

Robert Baylor are attending the is the author of a book on church Jr helped to serve the Mass cele- ction. .: *,(. I
finances: published by the Mc- .1 ___ CLAY COUNTY .
Adult Conference at Camp Weed; brated by the Archbishop at St.] Weekend guests of Mr. and __ ,
Millan Company. It will be in the Edward's in Starke I
from April 24 through the 30th. on Friday
Mrs. James H. McEachern
were I|I -
Tattle Ann Baylor has accompanied -I boo -8tores in May. While in morning. The boys also assistedin their daughter and family }oft'.I r
her mother. Keystone Heights, he is a guest the Confirmation ceremoniesat J. STATE COMPTROLLER ,
2nd Mrs. W. Willis and two
Sunday, May 1, Is the Ingathering 'f iat I the Parsonage of the Community both Starke and Raiford. I(: for Eir .
: children of Macon Ga., and Mr. I) efKt, Cffkfevcy, Ecauoayi

of the United Thank OfferIng The Church Church. Women of the Members from of the ConfirmationClass Willis:parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-i! __ (,Paid. poL.adv._ )_ _. t
by the EDiscopal Church-]] Keystone Heights were lard Willis, of
wonrfn. Mrs. Herbert Whitehead|Community Church will meet ,on Herber; Nelson Jr., Tony Brault,I Tampa. I J{ ; l lcl (1cetJIr j jI I
I Monday, May 2,, at 730: p. m., Dr. David R. Holt'of Martins- ::1 p
Is chairman of the U. T. O. Cathy McGlave, Joyce and Elean- : _. _. _. Read The Plain
for their annual meeting. There burg, W. Va.. has been visiting I -- -- ----
Sunday afternoon. May 1, the. cre Thompson, and Norma and -
Young People will meet at the will be reports by officers, circle Roxanne Valldejuli. his parents.. Dr. and Mrs. A. C. (Advertisement) I

Parish House to go to Welaka fora leaders and chairmen of standing Do you have a Catholic dog? Holt, of,, Keystone Heights. And Truth
Simple
boat ride on the St. John's RI7er. comittees as well as election of Dog owners in the neighborhoodof Don Widegren and George ANOTHER CASE RECORD

They will hold the Evening. officers for the coming year. Mrs.A. St. Williams Catholic Church Goode of Winchester, Va. spent I
Services at the Emmanual Episcopal C. Holt will conduct a candleLight may not know it but their pets the weekend at Don's home in FROM A CHIROPRACTOR'S FILE

Church in Welaka. in the .service and welcome the attend Mass every Sunday, much !Keystone Heights. Both boys attend 1.! Why Did Webb'BecomeACandidate
aisence of'the Rev. Mr. Yerkes. newmembers. A social hour with to the chagrin of the ushers who' Bolles School in Jacksonville. Mrs. E. S. P., a young house-1 i Every form of medication used I
refreshments will follow. Mrs.S. wife, was required to care for ai only seemed_ aggravate the,con-
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The time will be announced later must either keep the doors closed Ed Scofield, organist for the I
bedfast sister and her father who: dikion. Finally a lady friend re=]
E. Kennedy, membership
The.Rev. Mr. Breyfogle will be d stand there and shoo the dogs Baldwin Piano Company, spent ? "
chairman will have charge of the was ill for sometime. The phySi-i commended chiropractic care. A .
at Camp 'Weed from May'2nd out. It would be very considerateof the weekend In Keystone with Mr. _
through 6th attending the Clergy punch table. said owners if they would ;and Mrs. Joe Daurer. Mr. Scofieldhas cal and emotional strain resulted! Chiropractor was consulted and

Conference. :The theme this yearis I The Board of Trustees will chain their pets on Sunday morn- been traveling with Mr. in a nervous breakdown for the( thru removal of nerve pressure '

the Liturgical Movement of the meet on Monday May 2, at 7:30 Daurer visiting Baldwin dealersin young woman and she became an excellent recovery was accom- Because scores' of SCHOOL PEOPLE and Parents

Church. in the Educational Building.We ing.We are sorry we have no Baptist the southeastern states for the .bedfast for 2 years. plished. I pleaded! for a man.DEDICATED.; to the education
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The regular meeting of .the wish to thank Mrs. David Ciiurch news. Our faithful __Mrs. past two weeks. During this time she reported In mental health problems con-:
Episcopal Churchwomen will be Nelson wo gives us the Community Eilis and Ralph, Copeland seem Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boardmanand her stomach felt like a stone. At i cult your chiropractor first. Most of youth; Who will put boys and ,girls ABOVE

held at the Parish House at 10 a- Church News so faithfullyeach to have forgotten. this week. children. Gail and Denny of times she felt she was paralysed cases are corrected without the politics.

m.. May 4. week. Personals Detroit, Mich. visited Mrs. Mildred and again her nerves would twitch need for capitalization or loss of
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We are grateful to Mrs. AusleyM. St. William's Catholic Church Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walrath, : King Keystone Club Es- and jump over her entire; body. time, from work.

Smith who brings us this news The new officers of the St. Wil Jr. entertained at dinner at :lates last week. During their 5- \
their home on Wednesday even- day stay, they visited Marineland. For further information- phone- or write the 2. Who Is Supporting Webb?

I IHirrisC. ing. April 20. Dinner guests were Silver Springs, St. Augustine and DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES

REPORT TO THE PEOPLE FROM Mr. and:: Mrs. Herbert Nelson and Daytona Beach.COIDIUNITI. 728.E. Univ. Ave. 426 N. Walnut SCHOOL PEOPLE and PARENTS whose only
Mr. Mrs. Chance.
and
Ray "Ax to Grind," is BETTER: EDUCATION through
Mrs. Mike Adams returned I'hone FR 6-2860 Phone WO 4-2881

home on Saturday morning after CHURCHKEYSTO"E Gainesville, Fla. Starke, Fla. BETTER TEACHING.,

several days in the Bradford HEIGHTS

LongSUPT. County HospitalMr.
1 W. P. "Coon" Wilson was Dr. Albert C. Holt, Minister:

admitted to the Bradford County Mrs J. L. Hetherington VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT 3. What Does Webb% Stand For?

Hospital on Monday morning, Organist and Choir Director ,

OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION April 25. "Hope hell soon be Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Morn- A.-A RETURN TO THE TEACHING OF THE

home again. ing Worship 11:00: am. 3 R's and FUNDAMENTALS. Too many parents
We are glad to hear that Mrs. JACK WILKINSON\ I X .
able to are having to teach their pwn children how to
Wilson, [Coon's wife] was FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
CLAY COUNTY go back to work on Monday KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. read and write at home after school. Boys and

morning after being crippled for girls are stumbling through school and even
some time with a bad knee. Mrs. ,R. Smith, pastor, Ralph MEMBER:

_ CANDIDATE ,FOR RE-ELECTION Wilson works in the Forestry Copeland, Minister of Music and graduating, from high school with -"little knowledge -

tower at the top of._the hill on church organist. BOOF I of what it was all.a out."

,Jn,annoUDtPg'.iny ,candidacy for re-dex-Hon ,to the ofice of *Rt. 21. ServicesSunday School 9:45 "- "-" ,. ,
.Mrs. Ray Chance and.Mrs< Morning*WorshIp 11 a. m. B.-HONEST and EFFICIENT SPENDING OF
Superintendent of Public Instruction I would like to acquaint a. m. I :
Frank M. Walrath, Jr., attendedthe I
you the voter of Clay County, through the medium of this Clay County Public Health ]I Training union 7 p. m. Evening T Xt PUBLICINSTRUCTION. TAX MONEY PO that we and our children will
services 8
m. .
newspaper, with the major Improvements that have been made Nursing Advisory Council luncheon -I j I "Make church p. worship a family I not be throttled with an ever-growing indebted.

during my administration.The at the Canary Inn in Green affair." ness ($665,750.00 _at, the resent.time.)
Cove Springs on Tuesday, April I I ,, ,
first area covered has to do with the physical facilitiesof
13. Mis. Chance is the chairmanof ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL '
school, C.-A WHOLESOME ,and UNDERSTANDING
our system. ..., the Council In this area. CHURjCH, KEYSTONE CLAY COUNTY ;
On Sunday afternoon, a group 9:30 Cnurch District 4 RELATIONSHIP between the TEACHERS and
Sundays : a. m.,
1. Five ((5)) nf'hools have been constructed and equipped:
of Ke.ystoners drove to Crescent School. 9:30: -a on., Morning Prayer the SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION. Put a checkon
Charles E. Bennett School
a. Elementary Beach to enjoy a real sea-food and Sermon (1st Sunday, Holy (Vote( County Wide)
Bannernoan'Elementary the LARGE TURN OVER OF TEACHERS
JSchoolc.
b. _R. C.
dinner at the popular place own Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal
Orange Park Colored Elementary School ed by Gene Johnson.!\ Those who Young Churchmen. During 12 years of Clay who leave Clay County each year. Improve the

d. Middleburg Colored Elementary Schoole. were *n the party were: Mr. and Holy Days 7:30 a.m., Holy County's greatest growth teaching. of. ,our. many teachers through INSPIRATION

The new high- school- -located at Orange park Mrs. C. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Communion.' he has worked 'j.o instead of PRESSURE.
'' Paul Relnhoid( U. N. Sunderland Mr. and Mrs.
The building housing the E. Junior Third Wednesday Parish -
build
High School obtained .at NO COST to .the ,County E. R. Fox, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30: classrooms and ex
Tolford, Mr. and Mrs. H A. Nelson pand school curriculum D.-COMBINE RESOURCES of SCHOOL and
School Board. In keeping with the growing,community, ,
I have had a recent school survey conducted by the Mr. and Mrs.L. S.Muir, Mr.!. p.m.The Rev Millard H. Breyfogle, j to . PARENTS through regular informative reportson
and Mrs. Frank Ilgen, Mr. and *
State Dept Education. According to this survey we Mrs. William Beam, Mr. and Mrs. Vicar. Meet the needs of,ever increasing number of chil- WHAT. the schools are doing and WHY, they

will be able to acquire at permanent building for this Edward\ Conneen, Mr. and Mrs. St. William's Catholic Chapel dren seeking education.A are doing it.E.UTILIZATION.
school In 'the near future.A 'Ernest V. Widegren and Wide-

administration building constructed and equip gren's house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Keystone Heights lifelong resident of Clay County, he is a successful of STATE FUNDS ALREADY -

peda( far advancement from the one-room office space Robert Johnson and Mrs. ErnestV. Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. timber-turpentne-cattle? operator and a succesSful -
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which housed the Superintendent and his staff) Widegren. Sr. Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. ml.. member of the Board of Public Instruction. AVAILABLE for summer remedial enrichment -
Mrs. 'Ernest V. Wiedgren, Sr., Tuesday Ma&a at 8:00: a. m. and recreation program in all areas

2. Fifty ((50) additional classrooms constructed countywtde. from Glen Cove, N. Y, and Mr. Confessions before all Masses. His Record (Speaks for of the county. WHOLE HEARTED COOPERATION -
; [ Itself
and Mrs. Robert Johnson, of Columbia Baptisms, marriages and instructions
S. Eight ((8)) school sites" have been enlarged and five! (5)) Mo., are house guests of by appointment I and support for all youth activities.

new sites purchased' the 3 new schools which have Mrs. Widgren's son and family, (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

been constructed. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V. Widegren .
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Jr. The Johnson's are cousins of .
4. All schools! have been furnished with modem equipment the Widegrens. BEWARE OF THE

Mrs. Emory H. Cooper will attend -I Vote
All Countywide and Re-Elect
5. schools hare been equipped'. with new central heating --
the State Convention ofthe
systems. National Council of Catholic Wo- _

-TMrty-fclx ((36)) new school buses' have- been purchasedand men in Jacksonville on Tuesday L H. "LANNY"LANCASTER ..Accreditation $4gaJjp'of )
and Wednesday of this week. ,
our transportation system ranks as one of the best
; Friday evening, April 15, Mr.
lathe State of Florida. :Mid: Mrs. Ray Chance, Mri and the :frightened intom.bent/'Di ld he '

7. All schools have been If'nomand Mrs. Frank Walrath. Jr.. and stand
the
improved by not befpre the.Keystone
Heights
Capt. and Mrs., W. C. Howes of : ,
school maintenance rmr. ..StateSt'hool Officials and others
have commented on numerous -occasions that our school the G.een 'Cove Springs Naval PTA only :a.:few weeks. ago and 'say
Base enjoyed...dinner at the Offi-
building and grounds! are among the best maintained In cers' Club at the Base in Green i. tr th t..,accreditation was nothing? \

the State. Good maintenance Is long range economy. Cove } v FPR YOUR ..

WES YOU to compare our school buildings and Mrs Hooper Russell and I WEBB knows the value of accredited High Schools
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grounds 'with those of neighboring counties. .daughter, Marie, from Sarasota,
and will
COUNTY definitely have a Master's
Degree when
COMMISSIONER
Fla.. v-ere weekend guests of Mr.
Despite the fact that Clay County has, been ,and Is one of and Mrs. Charles Blsbee at their he takes office. Not only this WEBB will

the fastest .growing counties.Jn. the fitate._percentage wise In home on Lake Geneva last week Dist. 5 Clay County Fla.] continue,to keep current in the trend of Education. '
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population, none of QUIT schools has ever had .to g<> on double end. Mrs. Hooper is Mr.: Bisbee's G. Deninark ,

session :i;;ter tSpeaks e -. ,
Mrs. Ray Chance and a groupof
The Play County School .System ..has prawn in the pastsevn Navy wives from Green Cove It Goes
For J ,was .a newcomer into the field) _of politics last election Without Saying That
((7) from
years_ eighty-four: (84)) 'teacher to one hundred Springs attended a lovely tea I
slxty(169)( teachers today. given at the Officers' Club at Ce- when I was elected as your County Commissioner for District

cil Field by the officer's wives Farris Bryant' I No. _5 I promised to ,,'ork'"i h the people for the good ,of : WEBB is a ,Candidate IIif The

$1,202,000.00 has been obtained from the.. .Federal. -- Government there..on April 5. day County. I feel that I. have kept this pledge and I ask
I
for construction, maintenance ,and operation of the Clay Mr and Mrs. E. C. Logsdon and I yon to allow me the privilege of continuing on as your Coinmlssioner. '
County School wbjch has resulted In a TREMENDOUS$ children from Swan Lake have AT HAMPTON RALLY People, By The People' and for

SAVINGS TO TIlE LOCAL TAXPAYERS. (This took much moved into their lovely new homein

time and effort and an awareness of the possibility of such Keystone Club Estates. e If rejected to this posts I will continue----. ,to -work for the. ( The People."
a program). Mr. and Mrs. M.L..Beasley and Its time For County as I have in the past. I promise to remain- honest and

daughter. Marian spent Sunday honorable in. the performance ,of i,duties as Commissioner
The above accompUshmeals call for experienced leadership with Mrs. BeasleyX mother, Mrs. : I and I will always stand ready to help you}* any way possible.I PHONE DAY 3707 -- NIGHT 3927
which Involves careful-planning-cooperation Carl Whaley., of Waldo. Mrs. : '
and "BRYANTBest
a sincere attitude -
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toward the education of our children.I Whaleys other children and their I will deeply ,appreciate your vote and active support in I

families were with her on Sun. j the .May 3rd Primary election.L Vote For Your .Child' Education
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earnestly solicit your vote and support day, too. Qualified ,

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Riegler of

Philadelphia.! Pa.., and Mr 'andMrs. BY FAR H. "LANNY" :LAKCASTER
H C LONGPd. H. R AUen of N. ,, ,
Syracuse I. __ Elect William I i Duke
I (Pd. PoL Ad.) Y. spent last week with their :FOR GOVERNOR'PoVPaL ;( ) Webb%

friends: Mr. !and _Mrs. Louis Kyle (Pd..Pol-Adt.) .
_Mr.and Mrs,John Seybolt andrto ( Ad.) i (Pd. Pot Adv.)' -

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Lfe; Mrs. H. W Tyler, secretary!Biadford County Health Department FLA. SMiji : fO
of supply work; Mrs. L W. Nee-I. will open in September, y THERESSA G TI Sugar Cured I. f.I f.I
fas, secretary of missionary per 1960 and continue to May 1961. p
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sonnel, Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon, Location will be at Faith Presbyterian Ry'Ruth
[Continued from Page 13J] chairman of local church .activities Church building now be- .
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i ; and Mrs. J. S. Griner, treas- t mg erected on SR 21, Melrose. j jI -
rose Methodist Churon. Those I Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brown and
'irer, of sunshine fund. The children will participate in: (4VWiN\i
j taking part were Mrs. Lester Nee- I children of Micanopy visited Mr. I
Mrs. George Farrar and Mrs. daily of activities with;
a program
fus. Mrs., Carl Berkelman, Mrs.I Lewie Hardage were hostesses for special emphasis on reading read= :and Mis, J. A. Onann Sr. Th'IIs-) I
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Wallace Austin Mrs. Lejris Hard- i day night.Mrs
the luncheon. will,
i } I iness. A typical school day
and Mrs.Leslie* Price. Mrs. J. i Chester Searle was hostess
age I>Faith Presbyterian' Church I include! devotion and flag salute,: In her .
N. Webb gave-the :1ievofional.I at a Stanley party 1 ? '
of Ashta- classroom instructions, outdoor
Rev. Harold Shiflet i :: morning. _
home last Wednesday
Mrs. Carl 1tagg1 nd, president]I kula, Ohio read Psalm 127 and Ii:' activity, rest period, story period. ,:, Mr. and Mrs.,James Phillips Jr. araFlnEf0005.w 1111 Ctt '
presided at the business meeting ,IIi Rev. James R. Neale Jr.. pastor, II'and music .period. t and son James III, of Miami recently ?
; was announced the study of gave the prayer of 'consecrationat I,: Clashes will be from 9 a. m. enjoyed a visit with Mr.: k
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the Church's Mission in Town the new Faith Presbyterian:I uutil 12 noon, Monday through I Phillip parents, Mr, and Mrs.I .
end Country will be on April 26 Church on Sunday, April 24, immediately i I Friday. James Phillips Sr. V V or 1 1Iv4
at; 10 o'clock in the Educational following the morning i I I For more information call Mrs.r rI Mrs. Ada Phillips and son, Marion j V
Building, under the. direction of worship service. The church is located i I J. J. Seykora GRanite 5-2755. I of Miami are visiting; Mrs. I 1 lYhole..
Mrs. Leslie Price; with various I on SR 21, midway between:I Silver Tea I Ii : daughter-in-
Phillip's son and
members; participating. The Bookof i Melrose and Keystone Heights.i A 'silver tea will be given byI I law, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillip
Luke will be studied. on May!The congregation about 30 pea :the Episcopal Women of Trinity, Sr. II
16th. |11.14| [| j ple, was present for the cere- Church at 4 p. m Sunday, May I Mr and Mrs. Leon Tomhnso
The nominating committee pre- mony. I 11. i iI and daughter,. Glenda, and 1-1r.I .QtUKTlTY T fi
Tented the slate of officers for the't Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pastorof I The'Tea will be held in the and Mis. G. W. Ezell and chil-! RIGHTS !
coming year Mrs. Carl Hagglund i Faith Presbyterian Church, is.I home and in the garden of Col.I dren.? Jerry and Debbie, all of I V
president; Mrs. John Webb, vice- attending General Aessembly of and Mrs. Reginald H_Kelley! i ii Jacksonville, spent the weekend ... .
Kesident; Mrs. Lewis Hardage, i the ,Presbyterian Church in the with Mrs. Lacy Wynn. Mrs. Tom "
secretary: Mrs. John Clark, treasurer United States. The Assembly is I i TRINITY EPISCOPAL I I'I Lnson and Mrs. Ezell are Mr Mature
Western
; Mrs. Carl Berkelman, secretary -!bring held in Jacksonville from 'I CHtrtCH, MELROSE f fI Wjnn's daughters. Blue Ribbon Top Quality .Heavy ,
of promotion; Mrs. Wal- April 28 to'May 3. I Sundays 10 a. m., Church! .Many friends and relatives of
l;ice Austin, secretary of literature -I The regular monthly "Fellow- I: School. 11:15: a.m., Morning Prayer -\[IJr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey Jr.; C'I
and publication; Mrs. J. 1..1 snip Dinner" of Faith Presbyterian and Sermon (First Sunday!met at the Community Center j
Price, secretary of missionary education I Church will he held at theWoman's !I Holy Communion). 6 pan., Episcopal -!'Monday night in hpnor of little{
and service; Mrs. J. Han- Club on Wednesday, I Ycung Churchmen. !Mark Randall. Games were played I ROASTLB49CI3Zue
fen secretary Christian social April 27, at 6:30: p. m. j Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy I II and refreshments served to
rations; Mrs. J. N. Webb, re-I' SUI\dayserrices< are as follows: I Communion. "I about 40 guests. Little Mark received -
tary of student work: Mrs. L. Church school. 9:45 a. m.; Wor- I I{ The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle many lovely and Useful '
Baldwin secretary of youth ; ship Service 11 a. m. gifts.
Mrs. Wilbur Sapp, secretary of I.Vielntee To Have Kindergarten i Vicar. S i iI I Hope Baptist Church Ribbon>>: Top Quality Heavy Western MatureBONELESS' .
children's work, : Mrs. A. J. With- A kindergarten for pre-school I IiRE. Sunday:)Sunday School, 10 !a.
I I m., Dale Bradley superintendent.I
Morning: Worship, 11.a.. m. GLe
TO THE VOTERS OF Training Union 7 p. m. Wayne ,
Ilersey, director. Evening Worship I IL '
I 2 p. m. Samuel S. CUthbert,' 1 :

Keystone Heights& Kingsley Lake pastor.Homecoming: is May 8. An in-'CROSS 'RIB l .

vitatioa is extended to all to attend .; -
Your Vote Fort I these services. FRESH
L ". FRESH CUT
CMDE' FLORIDA PAN READY OYSTERS pts;,8geFRYER
NOTICE TO DEPEND
la Circuit (Court Bradford Count;,., .
Florida In ('hanrery.George 59' FRESH CAUGHT
ROSEMARY ROBINSON I T. D nham, Plaintiff vXoKie BRE4STS LB
G 'viii NOTICE Wiggins TO APPEAR Denliam, Defendant, MULLET 21bs 25
%)1.tI To: Voile Wiggins Denham, ;
whose residence and address Is Ui -

FOR MEMBER OF THE I WE RECAPTRUCK ranst suit known Tor: for are you Divorce hereby in the has notified above been that filed named a a- FRY "E R.G. S 11'49' STEAKS 'lb. 39''

TIRESFrom Court and cause and you are required -
Board of Public Instruction
to serve a copy of your an-
7.50 x 20 Thru !wer or pleading; to the complaint
> 10.00 20 on the PlaintIff's Attorney Mack fRYER WINGS 11 25c FRYER BACKS u 10
Dist. 4 CLAY COUNTY : .S. Putch, P. O. Box 547 Starke' Fla.;
I and file the original in the office
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STOP TAKING <>f the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Will Be Greatly Appreciated CHANCES or before the 16 day of fay; #
UifiG; otherwise the allegations of
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WITH 'WORN paid Complaint nil! be taken as
confesed by you. JL '
'TREADSLet This notice shall be .published f
Qualifications I .fnt-e each week for four eonswi; _
Us Re-Cap Your Telegraph.tiv* weeks In the Bradford County

High School and Business College) Education.. I Tires For Economy And Dated this 7 day of April, 1tI60.>
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13 Years A Resident of Clay County. Safety CHARLES A. DARBY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I AKE .RITE :
Dealer For BY Marian L. Crosby,
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Three Children in Clay County Schools. Deputy Clerk cNVLIMIT C :.
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Proven Interest .in Welfare of Children. NEW DUNLOP 4

;TJRES I' VlIT H-1!
'ELECT A SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER WITH ,,ICHILDREN i I
.$5.00
STflRKERECAP I ORDER ., :
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Please Vote For VACUUM FAtspt\....
1. Slade Gas is a stronger company today than it has ever been. ,

We will continue to serve Starke.in the future as we have in ; r lNSTANr 6JAR INSTANT COFFEE

the ,with the,best and service obtain :, oE'"
;past \ gas : you can any ""';;
place. 1'' :\ "LI
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2. If you wish to convert from natural gas to LP-Gas, we will I I \

change the .pipe in your ,home V W.ithbut. .charRa. .to you. I pk
$ a' ,

3. We will be competitive in price. You won't save money changing oft @l.

from Slade Gas. '
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4. We sincerely believe our service will be superior. You can now
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get service from Slade Gas on a 24 hour basis, seven days each N. D. (NOONVAINYRJtjllT) COFFEEOF

week. ; YOUR .

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5. There is no gas ,.better than LP-Gas. The pressure is steadier, .} .4 ,$500, FOOD

it is a.cleangas, ,jt js hotter_ per cu. ft. FORSecretaryof ORDER

f StateHe ". MERITA BUTTERMILK .
6. With Slade Gas, you will continue to be a part of the great BAR CAKE '

- ( free enterprise system that has made our 'country ,eat.,Let's is. qualified through ANGELPOODCAKE.1dOZAZE25C .BI.5CUIT5 *" 25c CEf1.FltEf!

4 let other countries have socialized business don't believe experience in City:Countyand : T
'." t we State Government.He ReitRipe'' Fancy &iceet- .
in it. will vigorously op-

pose any attempt to. integrate -
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7. ..Slade-Gas',is non-toxic.'. A third our generation schools. Brad- Walerlnelonsl

ford County native he has .

F,or the finest 'in Gas Service CALL SL'ADE S E your Please interests tell your at heart.friends .

about him and help' him .
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PHONE WO 4.3551
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,PAGE SIXTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY TUt.U Al'JI, bTAUHE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1960wti7trYymmVnVVVVVI

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da y. I looN, of St. Anthony Mich- arrived unity to thank Miss Faye Morgan!da:rghter. Miss Joyce Morgan in I'i and Mrs. Leon Norman and son
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon and this weekend to be with Mrs. who plays the piano for church Jacksonville last Wednesday., I''! ,
avid and son and daughter-in- VOTEFOR
LA1YTEYBin. family of Palatka1 visited Mr. and Gladieux and their four children. service when she is visiting. I i-ii-y. Dd I Mrs. T. W. Tatum and family on Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Barber Jr: Please note that the evening f of Florida spent the 1 i law, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Norman,
Saturday.Mr. and family were business visitorsto preaching hour has been changed i I weekend with her mother, Mrs. have returned to their home in
Joyce E. Futchwuw..a..u..aui and Mrs. G. W. Roberts, St. Mary's Ga on Satuday.Mr. from 7:30: p. m to 8 p. m. This Lois CCX and sister Linda. Mar- the community, after spending _
Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs. Nell arid Mrs. Louie Lee! Star- change of time will make the"ilyn will serve as a representativeof l several months in Miami.Don't .

Andrews of Starke attended a ling, formerly of Jacksonville, are training union time change thirty j the University Nurses:>> Associ- forget the ElementaryPTA !
Mrs. Mamie Futch and Floyd's' school homecoming in St. George,' living here with Mr. Starling'sparents minutes also. Another announcement ,ation and will leave Thursday i! meeting to be held next
guests on Saturday were Mrs.I Ga., on Sunday. Mrf and Mrs. Noah Tay ''I of! importance to Sunday!I[today 1 for Miami where she I i Tuesday evening at the Elementary -II i
Eeulah Revell and Mrs. Paul Freddy Dinkins of Camp Gordon -I I lor. Mi Starling is employed with School Junior Class, due to ill-I will attend the big nurses conven-!I cafeteria at 7:30 p. m.
Smith of Palatka. Augusta Ga. was the Wed. Turner Tarwood.: i ness, the picnic planned for this!I II tion. She will return to the University Well folks, guess that's all for

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish nesday and Thursday guest of his I I I Mr. and,Mrs. R. E. "Lee,had as 1 I I Saturday will have to be postponed I the first of next week. i I this time. .bye now. I
grandparents .Mr. and Mrs. P. L. guests on Saturday Mrs. GordonI i to a later date. Also next Dinner guest of the R. L. ., 1
MOl-j
fpent the weekend with !M/ and Linkins. Peterson, Mrs. D. D. Peterson i Wednesday evening following gan family Sunday was W'I, HOW SENIORITY to has accomplishments.l the KNOW I
get
Mrs. J. O. Pons in Tallahassee.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seaver of and Misses Linda and Nancy I prayer meeting will be time for I C. Hali of McAlpin. Their weekend ,
Charley E. Johns has SENIOR
Reddish remained for a Jacksonville were here Saturday Tresca of Jacksonville. monthly Church Conference. 1 1 guest was their niece Miss!.
1TY. [Pd. PoL Adv.
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longer visit. tor a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thomas Hewitt and son I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redi -!Faye Morgan of Jacksonville.We !
Mrs. H. C. Adams of Charles- Hcrmie Kelly. of Ocala visited Mr. and Mrs. D. i ding and children of Wildwood egret to report that ,Mrs.
I Newspapermen, more
ton S. 'C. was the guest of Mr. The entire community was B. Thomas and family on Sun- I are visiting Mr Redding's parents Markley Alvarez entered Doctors than most of us, know all
and Mis. H. C, Kelly from Wed- shocked to learn that Mr. F. C. I Mr. and Mrs. D. R. [Rus-I Hospital in Starke Monday afternoon -
day.Mr. the political candidates
nesday until Sunday. Gladieux was killed in an auto- ,and Mrs. J. C. Tye and selll Redding.Mr. : of this week. We wish hera
their public records, "
Marvin Warren and daughterof mobile accident near Maxville on I family were in Melbourne on and Mrs. E. C. [Ernie] speedy recovery. .r
Jacksonville and Miss Beverly Friday evening. His _mother, Mrs I Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Johns grandson Sonny Henson, Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. experience and programs.
Appleby of Gainesville visited Mr. M. A. Logan, of Swanton Ohio Mrs. F. Flanagan.Mrs. of Jacksonville visited with them L. C. Sapp were Mr., Sapp's sister They are quick to
and Mrs. J. E. Warren on Mon- and his sister, Mrs. William Bigc- I Seeber Doyle Andrews and from Wednesday to Sunday of Mrs. Irene Johns and daugh-I recognize such qualitiesas b.
!children of Wildwood are visiting I,ast week ter. Carolyn of Jacksonville. capability, dedication
Mrs. Andrew's parents, Mr. and Keith Reddish' visited relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan: I integrity and courage.
Mrs. Fred Moore. and friends in Jacksonville on of White Springs visited recently It is significant that the
SAVE q r Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of Monday.Mr. with his brother and family, Mr. candidate for Governor
Jacksonville were Sunday guests and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and and Mrs. R. L. Morgan.. that leads all others in Zedra
cf Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison aaughter. Judy, visited with their' glad to report that Mr. endorsements by Hamilton

oil Sunday. Mrs. Dobbs, Mrs. Wil- : Florida's newspapers is
kison and Mrs. Dan Starling I Doyle E. Carlton, Jr.
\ QUANTITY visited Mrs. H. T. Markham and I

RESERVED RIGHTS children I,= in Gainesville on Sunday LAKESIDE SKATING RINK FOR \ ,
r :ifternoon.:
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Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Johnson LAKE BUTLER FLA:
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PRICES and family were guests of Mr.
t GOOD Thru ;md Wash Johnson in Madison County Commissioner

APRIL c)>n Sunday.Mr. Available for Church Parties, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts,
,I 30th and Mrs. Leon! Starling and
I family of Jacksonville spent Sunday Birthday Parties, etc. at Special l Price of District 5 County at Large ; f
c: with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter .
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1 and sons. EACH FOR PARTIES
FO OD SSGAlLN OR Mr. and Mrs. R., E. Lee! and SOc Zedra Hamilton is not connected with
amily visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence -
fc c Titus in Hawthorne and Mr. ,and is asking for
any group
Available Time and your
Any Except Sunday Night
and Mrs. John Titus in Orange
( II;Icights on Sunday. vote on his record as a citizen of Brad-
: Wednesday Night.
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CLIP THIS COUPON ;.;,i Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gainesville ford County.
THIS CERTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO was the Friday overnight 1mEI
guest; of her sister Miss Eliza- e /

50 S &8 Green StampsFREE th -Terry. 0Y HE PLEDGES FAIR AND IMPARTIAL r

p uchased!Mr. and the Mrs.Joyce Paul Futch Smith house have *" ot H. flfli LAWSON CARLTON.GOVERNOR CONSIDERATION FOR THE ENTIRE "

AT YOUR NEAREST md moved there on Saturday. e A COUNTY ,
Sis. Futch and Ralph are occupying -0
WINN-DIXIE STOREVoid their house neal the First On May (Pd. PoL Adv.) -

After Limit One Coupon To Adult With Baptist Church.Mr. i PAW POLITICAL AOVERTISIMENr
May 1st A $5.00 or More Food Order 1 and Mrs. Johnny Agair and and give him I .* C A&'u.0..{OV..T.TE NOON 1 ,
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1G1EM laughter of Jacksoville spent $ II e f' '.-- -- -- -_ -,_ _: : __ __, :F _' _, ,-_ __ -__ X'o---" : : _=" : ::--- i
.)AMP. I.RF.Lit/! L Saturday with Mrs. Carrie Nor- the job as your
nan and the Howard Normans.Mr. ,, Bradford County Friends, '
and Mrs. L. J. Taylor and '
aughter! of Jacksonville spent ssnssssrSSSSflSflSSflSSSSSSflSSSSSSSflSSrflWhat LET'S ELECT

Sunday; with her parents Mr. and I Stand For ,

M rs. Noah Taylor.
CRISCO Mr. and.,Mrs. Bill Easestep of 1. To cut the budget. .

I 'acksonville spent Saturday withIr. 2. To try to protect the taxpayers. FIt Doyle Conner

b, and Mrs. Theodore Crews. S. To be fair with all concerned. )
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Mr. and Mrs. Noah Yarbroughf
A 4. To look out for the peoples' interest
Jacksonville yiSited Mr. and J'
Lb. Can
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Mrs. Col. Yarbrough on Tuesday.Mr. 5. To not abuse my authority. OURCOMMISSIONER

3 Limit 1 with a and Mrs. Harry Wilkison 6. To cooperate with Highway Patrol at all times.
and Mrs. Katie ; iL'; ):
$5. or more nd daughter OF
1 7. To cooperate with States Attorney, Judge, the Mayor of
Food Order adgejc had as weekend guests
r,Ir. and Mrs. Bob Padgett of the City and all Law Enforcement Officers. /

r lake: Wales. 8. Operate. the office in a business-like economical. manner. LAGRICULTURE-

Visitors at the home of Mrs. 9. To be loyal to. my job and the public. .,
Hattie[ Darley on Saturday were .
10. Be a friend to all.
FARMER
Ir. and Mrs. S. Shepherd of Day-
LargePkg. t sna Beach. If you want a cool,, even-tempered man that you Iiwfik 9 BUSINESSMAN I'
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett can talk to when in trouble, that does not get ex .,:- J
nd son, Mrs. Hattie Darley and cited. Vote for H. A. Lawson. ,L LEGISLATOR \
bliss Sinah Prescott visited Mr.
nd Mrs. Vaughn Prescott and YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT AND CONFIDENCE Bradford County friends and neighbors are supporting; Doyle Con

Only Lon Prescott in Middleburg on WILL BE HIGHLY HONORED AND DEEPLY nor because he has REAL QUALIFICATIONS for the job. They are

Limit one with a I9 :unday.Mr. APPRECIATED supporting him because he has fought for the small counties in
r and Mrs. O. J. Anders at-
$5.00 Food or Order more. J ended a birthday supper for Mr. (Pd. Pol. Adv. .. the legislature and to preserve our segregated schools. The countless

ta.id Mrs. Clifford Ray at their I things he has done for us proves his sincere interest in Bradford Countyand

fI lliIill! il!I ',W IU millm I In llml l! l li'JJ'mmm I mlOOmlliIIIIOOOOmllilllllmOOOOmOOllimill1IIIIillllilim! I !.. I I arlton: Beach home on Saturday its people.
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SUNNYLAND SMOKED L. Sapp spent Friday with
his mother, Mrs. Susan Sapp, inainesville. Southern States Construction Co. Check The Job-Check His Experience-They Go TogetherFive


PICNICSfJ Mr. and .Mrs. Steve Starling of Terms in the Florida House of Representatives. .. "

i Jacksonville brought their daughr $ AND
$1395 '
0 House in 195758.
Speaker
ti Joy Ann to the home of Mr. UPTIME
e a tid Mrs. Ray Rosier on Sunday. LOW AS. $31.16.PER .MO. Agriculture> Committee Chairman (Two Sessions),
i Small, Lean She! is staying with them until
= PORKSHOULDER '- the current school term is over. Chairman of Committee on Rules, Member Health, Finance and Taxation -
PRICE SAME AS CASH PRICE
29 d Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tal- Safety, Citrus Committees, Constitutional Advisory Commission,
c 'ti l itiassee was the Friday and Saturday Only 6% interest. All Homes with No. 1 flooring and Legislative Council. .
-, Lb. Whole guest of her mother, Mrs.
= Joyce Ftuch. pressure treated. Floor joist on 16" centers.

_ = = This being the last time your INTRODUCED LEGISLATION FOR
the BLOCK OR NO MONEYFRAME / .
orrespodent will be writing ,
llil mlllliMI_ OO "OOllimIOO mmlilllill mllllmllmlmllm! awtey news, she wishes to express See DOWN Research and Eradication of Screwworms. .'-
her thanks to all who made *
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SHEET ROCK ExteriorELECTRICITY *
FANCY, TENDER t has column possible. > 'a Funds for County Agricultural Buildings. : *.,
Finished Many I '
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....n..vrrmm YY..". andPLUMBING SouthernStates; Ways+ Even I -, '4 Reorganization' of Department of Agriculture -. f ..

Pole Beans KEILBRONNBy t With Care-free ."',' Requirement that Agricultural Lands be Assessed -as Such for

IF DESIRED Alcoa AluminumTermite Tax Purposes. t ._ *
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MM. Harvey McCarthy' t Gas Tax Refund for Farmers and Fishermen ; _< \ :. !{ '
i I ILbs. Shields At No Extra Cost .., _' <. -i :It.' '- .f.t1P, -,
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295LI F' Howdy Neighbors, hope you are We Do Repair Work And Build Any Design ::w'VA RECORD OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS. << ';

I II fanning! to attend. the big political Call' Or Write For Free Information : : .. "
; NOT PROMISES '
I rally to be held at the High 'f; ; :'
I School; Stadium tomorrow [Friay : -:: : : '*.

TIP TOP FROZEN I ] evening beginning at the Southern States Construction Co. ,\4', t"f. / ,*" 1.1t .. ; ......,_/lii-

usual: time, 7:30 p. m. This is Your Help Is Needed To Elect Our Native:-Son.4
1 before A BEAUTIFUL 3-BED ROOM _HOME ONLY <_j :? ;
III he eighth and final rally ,(1 / < : ; .
LEMONADE!I the election. The first speakers $2395.00 _FULL PRICE
cheduled will be candidates for 't.>
DOYLE CONNER
I i County Commissioner. DistrictNo Only $49.86 per mo. for 6 yrs.-and you get many extras

5, with Zedra Hamilton leading -
,. ; off followed by R. H. Rus- J RAY D. FORTHPhone I I
sell] Green Jr. FLORIDA'S COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
Cans ,
$100 Rev. w. C. Hall of McAlpin 4307 Keystone Heights, Fla.

Only delivered an Inspiring message at (Paid Political Advertisement, Authorized By Campaign Treasurer)
both the morning and -evening You Also Get Free Mortgage Insurance With .

services of Heilbronn Church Southern States -p __ : __ -' :', __ : -. -- -. :. -_ .',__ _-' : _. '_ -_:-- : if. =.i.-:_? ,"'- :
Sunday. May we take this opport-
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