Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Store Heavy 'Grote To Win :

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\ Staytr"'As, Senator ire-ekctM KELLY Collector Named THO Repre'intati] 9 ;'. Circuit JudgeIncumbent r---- -- -- -- __ _: Second Primaries. SI S,hated For SheriffCommission :.


' Bradford Helps) Make Bryant Wins/ t, And District Three Race'

High Man In The First Primary Four To One Democrats A thumping turned 85 out per in cent r co()f the numbers county's Tuesday 5,257 to qualifiedrd : '

Return Sen. Jo hns! to the State
E. Senate
a !hs ,- S Charley > : by a

Farm Bryant of Ocala, top Circuit Judge George L. Patton rousing three-to-one, majorit, over his opponent Guy An-

man: on the totf ni pole in Tuescay's i Conner Leads cf Slarke: scored a near 4 to 1 drews; f
brat Unary vote for Governor victory over Thomas Brooks Jonesof r Set up a torrid second primary

likewise got the nod of ap- Gainesville in Tuesday's voting run-off between Incumbent .F

prcval l from Bradford' County, ? By Big Margin judgeship.for the Eighth Judical Circuit :y Sheriff P. D. ,Reddish: and runnerup -
Bryant was high man here with Jennings Starling:
1,419 votes, followed by Haydon sir/r Patten, the incumbent :1 Made political newcomer A J

Burns with 1,044, John McCailj 1Jn For Ag Post polled = Thomas Jr. a more than three-to-
with 604, and Fred O. (Bud] n I 18,139,in the six- one favorite over Ponzo Prevatt in
Dickinson, with 527. I the race for State Representative
I. county circuit, -
Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., who will Doyle Conner, Bradford Coun- In other contests, Bradford ,
be ,Bryant's: running mate in the .r ty's fatorite son" candidate for I while Jones, a .. '" .. voters I returned' incumbent; Tax I
second primary, in former Universi- Collector J. R. Kelly to office by :. 5
ran fifth Commissioner of Agriculture will i i REDDISH STARLIN'GRunoff ---::-:- '
Bradford with a count of 394. enter the. second primary run-off ly of Florida I more 'than two to one over challenger Norman Prerattstrict

On ..he basis of Incomplete re- professor, receiv- ,, Jim Chasteen;
with a commanding lead more I mates for Second Primary manage a smile I
turns. Bryant polled 184,654, and than '50.000 votes, over his running 'I ed'were 5005. Returns before regrouping their forces for the big push: in next Decreed a May 24 run-off between Commission demand Dl Five post
draws foiSmith 'recount ot vote.
vittuanyPatten : II r
Carlton 178.520 statewide. Bryantis mate W. R. [Busier] Han' three weeks.COUNTY. I Seeber D. Goodman and W.
an Ocala attorney who ran cock.! '. complele. ., Hogan Smith in County Commission

itcorul to segregationist Sumter In one of the hardest fought Populous Alachua County gave I RACES BY PRECINCTS District 3; gave an apparent
Loviry in Bradford when he made I.rst: primary campaigns in Florida Patten 9,429 to 3,259. with around 11-vote victory margin to J. C.

hw previous bid for Governor in BRYANTCARLTft political annals Conner polled i 500 acsentee ballots still un Prevail; over incumbent Harold K. f'. ; ,

1956. Carlton is a State Senator 204.800 votes to Hancock's 163.181 counted. C m)' ia. Norman in a photo-finish race for
and cattleman from Wauchula. I Fallen's home county of Bradford of ,.:t. s I = County Commission, Dist 1 and
.r: on the basis of incomplete reluns. .... ... ... .Q. .. ;
Jacksonville's Mayor Burns ; l Pour other candidates in the trace gave him 3,504a, near" 10- A i.rt1: .;! .2 I 'M': U I, favored R. H. Green Jr.. over Zedra S
showed unexpected strength to f" i were never a threat.Bradford to-one margin over Jones' 391. '., ', ". ,.!. rL. .. J a:: 10'- .9. .g' \ .. I Hamilton in Commission District
run third in the race with 160.116 k All other counties in the circuit < x d 5
votes; while John McCarty brother L_ _L-t-l 3.355otes to County Hancock's' gave 567 Conner'; heavily favored the incumbent < 1 1 j j J j j r F Political newcomer W E. Lawton -

of one-time Governor Dan Mc- : Baker 916 to 292 [incomplete : successfully wooed and 'won

Carty, who died in office, ran dt 1 The 31-year-old former Speaker ]; Gilchrist. 867 to 246;,LevY: STATE: ; .:SEX. ". I the School Board District seat I---,- -- -
fourth with 133558. McCarty resigned of the House and Starke-Mi- 2.COO to 524; and Union, 1,047 to of incumbent W. C. (Billy)
G. :16'
_:ni insurance Andrews 120 428 251 15 47 57 20 59 : 1033 :, Goodmanlpete
a circuit judgeship at Fort man, surprised [i Powell; while Rodney P. Hall
... many: political savants' by run- C. E.Johns, 480 1420 727 52 181 121. 62 .119 99 3261 :j I
Pierce to. make the race : < ;bested: J. D. Griffis for the District They will com In District I
Adams At Top ring ,well ahead of HanCock who I 302.Griffis VI II. of, REP 1! 4 School Board post/ vacated by i j i Three Runoff bi Second Primary.
a. carried the editorial endorsement 336: '' 69 13 9 5 6
Neighboring Clay County's Sen- Case Ca. P !vatt 222 189 19 56 20 32 }jiitiumcent L. T. Johns.
fii'or'Tom Adams was high man Y of most Central and South Flori- T3orns: Jr. 353 1431 760 42 163 19, 46 100 124 3174 i I Surprising to many observers

for Secretary of State with 206.8i7 .- t+ via dally'newspapers, SHERIFF I j was show of strength made by the

: voles and will enter the runoff tr I Charges and counter charges Up For Airing I I H. Lawson 54 239 109 8 39 41' 19 .- 15 13 537 j 36-year-old Starling, Graham
with Jess Yarborough of Dade 1 tlew thick and fast during the P. Reddish 279 915 438 10- 11543 '73 34 78 68: 2010 j farmer and one-time Florida z h

County who polled 138521. For- fut primary and are expected to |I j. Starling 318 738 443 84' 66' 30 89 56 1872!! I(Highway Patrolman, in his bid
mer Starke resident N. D. Wain- ,reach fever pitch during the'next By Grand JuryNew I !j for the Job of veteran Sheriff

_ night now of Hollywood, polled ,. three weeks. Hancock, charged I II I COLLECTOR. !i Reddish. Complete returns includ-
170 522 291 21 79 44 33 61 34 1255
!?,991 in his bid for office. if $1 a I Conner with being a "tool" ,of : jj. Chasteen. 1'- i lag absentee ballots, gave Reddish
#special interests and a proponentief : '''J. R. -Kelly 441 1319 675 44 146 135 50 114 98 3022 !2.010
Bradford gave Wainwright; 1,690 evidence in the case of [ votes for a slim lead of

and Adams 1.362.: ..... price fixing, while Conner said Roy Henry Griffis 38, arrestedhtIreJWQ CO., COM. -DIST., I* "',,.,. ...,. *,.r;e.. -' "-"% ," i' .' : j J138 over Starling's 1,872.: Meat
In othta.rtaterracetrstibents j J Hancock,isa, palcMqbbyjst? oi,the : Jiears.ago in connection i H.. Norman 219 904 4<52 25 111 "S3 l!*"67 ; _B8 ri 1 desler4SclioprBO9id '111mn&er t. --. 1'T, -

I Aa 'aweptthtlleltr 1\th-t-t SY*ti'Ictor% fertilizer industry and lacks governmental -. with the unsolved murder of i C.' Prevatt, ," ; 411''--8U-. 428 37 .87' '7Z' 3392"" 422013 iA Lawson, third sheriff hopeful ; Lawson Hall.
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tee for Supreme Court Justice background. Robert Tison, Starke Negro, will 'CO.-COM ..DlST.' S. ailed with 537, a small but significant -
Glenn Terrell, Treasurer Ed Lars t ton be presented! Monday to a Brads!. I!S. :Goodman. 178 730 403 '33 140 71 37- 101 4817411 I number that could easily!1 1I I Vila seats as members of,Board

Comptroller Ray Greed, and >! I .'ford County grand jury Assistant JW. Graham U4 423 195 4 33 60 3 24 38 '894 !be the deciding factor In the of Public Instruction.HarvestDays.
S rrisonuarasTri1IsSet i NegressKills 'State I I second primary.
Railroad Commissioner Ed Mason. Attorney Mack Flitch said
'I' !W, 'H. Smith 240 658 > 383 30 43 30 40 41 0' 1470 j
: yesterday.; I Starling led in Lawtey. South /
t tInvestiqafion .Fulch did not disclose who -the { I CO, 'CO COMDIST.5 Starke, (Graham and Brooker, .
Pre-Sentence ; I .
i Spousetu.Spat R. H. Green 301 884 327 34 117 76 65 90 ,70 2064
new witness or witnesses will be ; while Reddish was high man in
: Z Hamilton 223 715 438 30 8J! 77 19 ,' 85 51 1726!
ncr the'nature of the evidence Hampton, Theressa. New River, Sales Event
that will be presented. SCHOOL BD.--DIST. 2 and populous North Starke.
For June 27 Over Fishing Grills who has a lengthy,FBI: W. Lawson 327 860 491 44 128' 89 54 98 61 2152 Senator Johns' "25 years of ex- t

For Two Youths I record of varied offenses, was ijW. C. Powell 172 856 419 9 66 56 .17 ,45 71 1711 I perience, seniority, and prestige"and !
This Weekend
I convicted in circuit court at; his recognized position as
Charlie Fowler, 17, ana Melvin '. The trial'Qf 14 former guards I A husband and wife argumentover | SCHOOL BD_DIST. 4 titular head
I' Tilusville on April 20 after pleading 55 44 1347 of the "Pork Chop"senators
Kirkland 15. both .of Staike, !aL .'the Raiford State Prison will a fishing' trip Tuesday left i j J. D. Griffis 256 524 304 16 83 41' 24
guilty of the murder of H. R apparently weighed
pleaded guilty) to breaking and I r begin in'Federal District Court in Tobe Littles, 66, Starke Negro, Ii Bair. 63 year old Brevard County! i R. P. Hall 225 1039 559 41 127 127 44 75 SO 2317 heavily in his favor with' voters. Registration is now' 'underway
tr.terir.g when arraigned before :Jacksonville "on June 27. The dead, and his wife, Lilar. 67, .behind '
iishIng camp operator. At ,the Bradford gave Johns 3,261 to An for the surprise-laden "Silver ,
Cu'u utt Judge Geo. L. Fatten Friday I I guards. are charged with [ Fills Circuit Court
violating bars the
in !
county jail, lime of the crime Griffis was under Sanitary drews' 1,033. Union was equally Harvest Days" event which:_.willoe
morning. The court ordered I j I the civil rights of prisoners by faring a first degiee murder For Next Week staunch in the
bond on two charges of aggravated To Improved. Set Senator's column, !' staged each Saturday at 3.pjn.oa .
_ a pre- entence investigation' for ,inflicting, cruel punishment upon harge. The case will be presentedto I assault in Brevard t giving Johns 1,124 to Andrews' I'
ach of the youths. I. !.item. the courthouse square ,by 30 .
I I I a Bradford County grand jury I IY. County, By County The spring term of Circuit 413. Bradford figures include '
Fowler and Kirkland were The order fixing the trial date hen the spring term 'Circuit Griffis was arrested here in Court in Bradford County will absentee ballots Union's do net cooperating merchants of Starke
charged with taking money from:Specifies that the 23 indictments Court convenes here Monday. The Bradford County Commis-
1948 after the discovery of District-wise the totals were: Registration cards may be obtained
the cash register in 1VilliamSapps :''returned: Jsion j at its meeting Monday decided open Monday, May 9. All cases I
against the Sheriff Reddishand
Deputy Dolph
guards by a Toon's body covered with pine Johns 4,385; Andrews 1446. Johns from any participating
store on North St. and ,. federal grand Assistant State to improve land fills deon the docket will be arraigned
jury last Dec. 15 Attorney
branches and bushes, beside a swept every Bradford precinct, merchant identified by a "Silver
Clair St. :!: will be called up for trial on the Mack Futch gave this account of drt road in Alachua County several signated for garbage disposal to at that time and trial dates set Another lop-sided victory was .
In other cases :arraigned before''.vptcified I : date, although the court the shooting, which occurred ,at days after he had been reported prohibit dumping at unauthorized fcr later, I' that of Starke attorney A. J. Harvest Days" streamer in "the

Judge Fallen Friday Richard C. 'still, has under consideration motions 4:30: pm. on election day: missing from his home in i areas. Thomas Jr. who tallied 3,174 for window. All persons 16 years,old
Nilms. Lavern Akins John Mc- which could lead to the Tobe and Lear had been planning the Pleasant Grove settlement The board will instruct county Wins Coloring Prize an all-precinct victory over his And' oyer are' eligible. No one hast
Ikrmott, abut Jos. S. McNally all 'I iicmiscal i of at least one of them. a fishing trip with a neigh- I road crews to bulldoze pits for
west of Starke. running ,mate, auto salesman & buy anything to enter and Complete
entered pleas of guilty to escaping I j I Some 128 witnesses will be call- bor, "Big Ida" Williams. Tobe Tisou's wife testified that garbage 'and later push dirt over Curran: Dixon of Booker has Fonzo Prevatt. Both are new details are available at
from the state Prison and drewtcntt'nces td by thego'ernment came home and found that Lilar the} refuse. Signs will be erected any .
and attorney I Griffis came to their home the won a prize in a national coloring comers to the county political
of 18 months each. participating store.
have estimated had bait for the designate dumping areas and
; that the already dug trip iiight of her husband's disappearance. scene and were vying for the
I ose might require as long as which for some reason, touched, ,and the two men left notices will be posted forbidding contest sponsored!! by Fore House of Representatives post To make Harvest Days in

Six PrincipalsAre three months to try. off an argument about who was I i together in Griffis' car. Other dumping in, open ditches. most Dairies, Inc. He was award- yielded by Rep. Doyle Conner,' Stark more interesting, each

ReappointedSix ,All 14 of the guards including going fishing with whom and I witnesses testified that Griffis and Citizens are urged to cooperate I j' ej a Radio Flyer wagon as a fifth candidate for Commissioner of merchant' has agreed to offer an
Jrjues ,hen. I by notifying the sheriffs office place winner in the contest a-
Henry Dunn former guard I Tison were seen together later Agriculture. outstanding bargain, which, will
I Bradford County School ,(captain, and his assistant, former Lilar told,, oggicers: that Tobe I that night. Griffis' employers ata : of any violations that are obmong:, some 10,000 youngsters Incumbent Kelly scored comfortable be featured in the store week
served. on ,
principals have recently been reappointed lieutenant Earl L. Chesser of gathered up his fishing gear and local truck soon said- however.'that I from across the nation. margins in every precinct I
according to an announcement I Bradford I I 'County, are named de- headed off by himself. He had .' he was working on the job to retain his tax collector: post ends. Shoppers applying for regis
by School Superintendent -.[fondants in two indictments al- started for (the gate at their I j alt the time of Tison's murder is tr "t 1 with 3,022 votes to Chasteen's I ration cards are advised to look

H. P. Moigan. |II ging the entire group conspiredto home, 928 Oak Street, when the Supposed to have taken place. I 1,255. for these specials, which will be

They ale: H B. Ingram Brad- "violate the civil I rights of the woman cut him down with a load i i I Blood was found on the front ; __ I incumbent Commissioner Nor- one of 'the main attractions of

ford H.gh; ; P. T. Nolin. Starke''prisoners. The other indictments of buckshot fired from a bedroom:':. seat of Griffis' car, but a GainVjville man, who found himself defeated, the event.

Elementary: Tom Casey, South- charge one or more of the guards window with a 12 gauge single I* authority testified that he -V !elected 'and then defeated againon .
: Gilbert 8 Goldwire chairmanof
_ tide Elementary: James Temple. with inflicting specific punish- barrel shotgun. Twelve shot en-j Mould j not determine whether it ( the basis of unofficial tallies), ,
Lswley; James: Hobbs, Hampton; ments on the inmates. tend the small of Tobe's back, I was animal or human blood due t x Y late Wednesday filed an applies the Starke Retail v Merchants

and L. H. Futch Brooker. The punishments allegedly were killing him instantly Reddish. j ito! the lapse of time Involved. I I tion for protest in demand thata Association, sponsors of the Harvest -
inflicted on prisoners held in a said A Bradford County grand jury s recount be made in the District. Day weekends, states that
maximum security cell block and : ,I returned a no bill in the case. t I 11 i Commission race. the
JUNIOR CLASS more times a person registersat
who staged! at_1333 riot. A State barbershop Group land Griffis did not stand trial i II On the basis of unofficial returns -
the individual stores, the better
PLAY Cabinet investigation and dismiss ;here. He moved back to Titusville.J x' I I I announced Tuesday night,
gar of, Dunn and .Chesser follow- To Meet Monday r i j}hi? original' home, where the Bair "M'if.7 ). !'!Prevatt was credited with a 3'I chance he has of receiving ,oft

'"YOU CAN'T ed. ;r Murder was committed.Grif s I I vole margin over. the incumbent 'f the weekly prizes. However,
The Chorus will
,t' Punishments allegedly Inflict- Barbershop lis' FBI record includes ofI' r 4 -f 4 When absentee ballots were counted registration is limited to one reg-
KISS eJ on the prisoners included beatings meet Monday, May 9, at 7:30 p. ftnses; for cattle stealing, disturbing V. V ; t}'. Tuesday morning, however,i I Jitralion each time the store ,is
in the high school band r 1 I
spiaylng with high pressure m. room. the peace, worthless checks, ,,. t i I Norman picked up 88 and Prevatt !i visited, and no person may register
is still open ,in this
Membership ,
:''loses: chaining prisoners to the ?nd desertion from the Army. He '' *V 42. giving Norman an apparent: for another.
interested ,
: organization. Everyone
bars of their cells for long per m is invitedto had lived in Starke only a short ; '} ?# .:9 vote edge over _Prevatt.In -Our Harvest pay sales areteIr.z -
Finds without food or clothing, and barbershop singing while before his arrest as a suspect u e I the meanwhile, however
: attend this meeting, run in conjunction with our
denying' them medical attention. in the Tison murder. i ,.. a check of official returns disclosed recent Trade at Home slogan"
_ Prosecution of the 'case will be ,- '
AUDITORIUM that Prevatt's original lead Mr. Oildwire said. "The winning
directed: by John A. Murphy of BPW Talent Show 57 ot
Junior Class Play was instead 37; which left slogan was; "Be Wise, Economize: ,
Friday,'May' 6 Washington, an attorney for the Delayed) Till Fall !To Be Presented i .Armond, Rivers Wins Award I him with an 11-vote victory margin Buy Starke Merchandise We
'tU. S. Department of Justice and r" after absentee ballots were to
i i want make people in the Starke
8:00:: P.M. : beef of the litigation section of The Talent Night show, which :Friday Night Annond: Rivers, fnghtl a 1959 By virtue .Of his outstanding added trade area more aware of that

-- |ji its civil rights dhisian'Shester vas to have been held on May 13 graduate of BHS is pictured a- I success, Rivers was awarded a I Norman has announced his Intention than ever before." the chairmansaid

This Space Contributed I Bedell of Jacksonville in the BUS auditorium under The Junior Class play "You'' bove as he reveived the Coachss r scholarship for the second semester to file n protest and ask That It{ why we are offering -

Weekly to Publicize :has been retained by the State the sponsorship of the Starke can't Kiss Caroline. will be pre-. Cup atVthe Fast Annual Awards i "He, is a fine boy in his general ,for & recount of votes' In this these outstanding Harvest
Cabinet to represent the 12 BPW Club 'bas been postponed .fcnted at 8 p. m. Friday in the Banquet held in the Civic Centerat : attitude toward school and Day specials."

Community( Events by guards who were not ,dismissed I j until fall. This was 'necessary because :BHS auditorium. The comedy St' Johns River -College in Pa- I ranks second: scholastically among race.For District 3 Commission Post, Mr. Goldwire expressed hope

THE COMMUNITY after the investigation. Emory of conflict with political t drama is under the' direction of latka- recently 'members: of the team" says his I Goodman polled 1.741 votes, and that everyone in the Starke trade

:\ e man Orlando represents 51 t and school activrtieVI ,Patti Carlson. BHS speech hvi Rivers is .a forward on the coach- j Snlth 1.470 to enter the run-off. ;srea will turn; out for the firs?
,STATE BANKOF Dunn and Frank M. Scruby of I I Applications will be kept on i i,i tractor.j school's team and started every' The awards were made on the .:Graham traced with 894. Harvest Days awards Saturday

STARKE Orange Pork has-been appointed I I file and applicants,will be notified j -Admission! is $1 for adults and gales past season, scoring an].basis of ability, attitude.,sports- Green, making his third bid for afternoon at 3 o'clock &t thecourthouse.

I bthe court to represent. Chesser..,' ,when the 'new date is set. "i25, cents for students. average"of 17 points per game. ,annship, Dd 4Cholarsh1P. [Continued on Page 61 ."' ...... _

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... v-- .- I r J .Il-- Mr. and Mrs. Erroll Alvarez Nassau Theme bard Of "County Commissioners "Xo one appearing to contest Quarter of Northwest Quarterand County, Florida and the seal of
.l' :Bradford County I the closing: a street'between West Half '*>! ,, Southeast rani Court at Stark, Florida this
have had as guests Mrs. John Used At -*i5y H. A. Bishop, Jr. ChairmanOf the Shaughnessy Property 'and Quarter "of Northwest Quarterof 4th day of May, 19ba. '
I Mixon of Jacksonville last 'week, Party ,Eoard the Wall Property, therefore, said Section Township and O'IRCUIT COURT SEAL)
: Slid Mrs. Virginia McGuire of For, Senior 'Class ,;}ATTEST: upon motion of Mr. Crawford Range; together with all tene- (b-' Charles A. Darby, ,
II ?' .7(*iarles '.\. Darby. Secretary,-of seconded by Mr. Norman and ments, hereditaments and appurtenances ('.Hk of the Circuit Court of
I Orlando, and 'Mrs. Mabel Braden nard. unanimously passed, the Poard thereto belonging Zir dford Cuunty. Florida
end-Miss ,Myrtle Reddish Jacksonville The BHS senior lass' nd 1.hfu '- .'. -- IToTiCr proceeded with the Closing of or in anyway appertaining; (above 5(5( 4t 5126:
the road." as State Road 2;>existed
civer the' weekend. dates relived their recent Nassau at said taeetlnp on the said Mar in 1955): EXCEPT additional -
IM YHA NHSI II, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were mp Saturday evening at a delightful Vntl.. ? and made a matter of record in right of way of said road conveyed BRIGHTEN UP!
Js siren that
in Deland last Saturday whereUTS. Calypso party given by 'ii' Petition flied Jiv Hal pursuant A. Matson to commissioners the minutes! of of th'e Bradford Board of County Count, This order since and 195;notice shall beShushed Painting and Decorating

I ..,.-,._1______ -__ -- "" Davis attended a Civil War Mrs- J. R. Wainwright and her and Fd"a S. Ms-'eon., J\is; wife, own- K'orlda. ') once a week for four PRICES
I er. ..f Lot !1. 'ndinu P .. At LOWEST
1 Centennial Commission meeting. daughter, Mary Katherine. rh Subdirtsinn.'seeordno NOW THEREFORE.: Notice 'of the consecutive weeks in the Bradford
BP f members, Mrs. Nate Dyal. 'I Mrs. C. D. Williams who was ; to plat thereofprordwt dnptfon of paid resolution is given County Telegraph, a duly qualified CallDAWKINS
and Mrs. Robert W. Johnson I The the In Fiat BooV !.
Mr. party was held in . Pare J8, under and hjrvirtue of the renuirenf.i's newspaper published in Bradford
Miss Cella;| Rosenberg. Mrs. E. A. in St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa I and daughter of Clewiston Starke Woman's Club where the ,M records;( Of Bradford County i* Florida Statutes Annotatt1 Cuunty, Florida. The Painter

Hall liss Madge Middleton, Mrs. with pneumonia last week went I have moved to 227 S. Park Place. I Nassau theme Florida AND "SS.1T WITNESS my band as- Clerk of 414 E. Sooth'St,
was attractively Thin 2nd dar" .*>f Mae Uti/fc/ Ih. said Circuit Court ef Bradford'
Stone and Mrs. J. D. to the home of her sister Mrs. J.t I ID. .n......
Ray Mrs. j. W. Kincaid and.Mrs O. I carried out. As the guests arrived R NI and p..P 'C. Neat Pnarrl of County ContmiasioneraPrydrord ---,'"
attended a district meeting in Clark in Tampa on Saturday j hia wif.>: nvrncro of lot ?!, Indian County Florida
the weekend j
L. Beasley they signed the "
: autograph [customs rvnoh PnMivfeinn. -ooMiner to l.\- H. A. Bishop, Jr. '
Hustings on Sunday. to convalesce for several weeks. ,('with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tison at ] book in the lobby where a rJol thereof roonrdrd in Plat nookt.'Pae'f. Chairman of Board.
Mrs. Guy Dyal and daughter of Mrs. Fleetwood Howard and 2 It public records of Rrad- ATTRST: '
Fernandina Beach. large SS Florida
'! sign was placed. ford O>untv. for an order to-vacate Charles A. r THANKS TO THE VOTERSOF
GieerJ Cove Springs spent Tuesday Jrs. George Lennon of Jackson- Darby
I Miss Sue Morris has returned The mantel in the lounge was and abandon a certain street in Secretary of Board. It
with iier parents. Mr. and Mrs. ville were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. h..I'] -,'' peach Subdivision described
to her home in Pompano Beach graced with a colorful arrangement .
M. Lj: Lawson. 1,. A. Davis. I 35 follows: ITJ": ': .rmrrir COURT 'OF
i after several months stay with of oleanders and palm A strip f't land 50 feet In width 1I1t\nl-'O"" f'OXTFLORID..\.
Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson Is spend- Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Gilmore of 'Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. fiends vine between paid lots 'I I and 2!. i\ m,\\rKnr. 'BRADFORD COUNTY

ing Thursday to Monday in Tam- Carthage Miss. are visiting their :hich strip of land Is designated ROY DUOfJlNS Plaintiff,
Replace lour old sewing machine On the walls of the auditoriumwere pa with Mr. and Mrs. Glen' HartMri. daughter Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr., belt with a new Singer*Belt )modern art pictures drawnby trach': Rg "Street!':: :332: >and which vs.F1JZABETH DEITZ, et at.Dtfeondanfs. .

wig. t. and family this week. from 'Denmark Furniture Co." tf trip of land runs from Indian .
girls 'and a large draw-
Tlrlve. Ro-rallOfl, to the '
."W. B. Mundy attended the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg and Mr. and Mrs. Frank: Herlongof ing of a native beating bongo i.ak.. Santa; Fe. after due waters and rc5Blar of- IN THE OTIfK NAME" OF OF THE SI IT STATE OF

State:executive board meeting of family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fitch t Saluda, ''N C., are visiting Mrs. drums. Card tables plat ed around ; notice 'a pnWic; hexriner was "HRIDTO:

the "Florida Baptist 'WMU in :and Mary McDermott spent Sun Herlong's son Dr. H, H. Adams, the dance 'floor were centered "e.t".'\ before tho to Poarrt c"'n"ioVr of whetheror ("Inntyiromh.lnnerR riT.'dence Elizabeth is Delta Sylva a orth widow Carolina, whose

Jack4>nville on Wednesday. She day at Gold Head Branch. and family this week. with bottle candle' holders with not said street should he ahatirini.ipri. Dianne Deitz. Danny Deitx, Denise
also attended the luncheon hon- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grose of said public hearing tn be held Dei'i, the residence of each of whorriif
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin multi-colored candles. In front of
en Mav 2, I960 and nn one having Sylva. North Carolina, and .the
01"ing*Miss Elizabeth Province in Savannah Ga. were Sunday, were in Jacksonville last Thursday the stage was a white picket J ROT.eared .to contest said Petition unknown heirs, devisees, legatees
South Jacksonville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie A.ri the Board havingconsidered litnors grantees, creditors and
to Saturday attending an Investors fence entwined with flowers. Theorcnestra
the ,
thereupon the
same following
other claimants claiming! _any ..interest -
Hildabelle Bence of Jacksonville Cower..
Mrs *
Syndicate convention at composed of Jim Lawson resolution u-a
i In the hereinafter describedproperty
M. Lott and Milton Dill ;'No (one;;;; appearing; to contest the
was an overnight guest Mrs. J. he Mayflower Hotel. Bill Bessent with bongos, and bv, through, under or '
Mr. r lor.ine: of a street tween the against Wilford Cline Deitz. deceased -]!
"Wednesday of Mrs. Etta of Jacksonville were visiting Miss Jean Mundy of FSU will Frances Reeves and Harriet liaison Property aniT "e Neal ..Pronetty. ; ,, ;:<

Hoovjr.MM. :ai d Mrs. J. P. Dill over theweek- be home for the weekend Powell with maracas were seatedon therefore, upon motion of You, and each of you, are hereby ... ,.
Charles Durkee and tfr Crawford, seconded by Mr !.',:!flied that a suit in equity has ,
end.Misses Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and the stage. At one corner of Norman and unanimously passed, been brought against you 'in the >, ', .
daughter, Sheila, of Gainesville Ann Elder, Katie Homan the Board proceeded with the dosing i..
the BHS annual staff, Harriett the stage was a wishing well. Circuit Court of Pradford C unty. %pen llast Thursday with her par- tnd Joyce Powell of FSU spent of the road. Florida, and you are hereby sum- i .
Powell Linda Kay Sale MaryAnn During the early part of
At said meeting on the aid May fileyour
noned, ordered and required to :
entsMr. 'and Mrs. carl Johns. the weekend with Mrs. M. D. Eld- Dinkins, Delores Hardy and "vening dancing was enjoyed, 2 and made a matter of record In written answer or defenses to -;:', w .f

Mrs A. B. Baker of Jacksonville (r. Spanky McLendon will spend the after which there was a delight- the* minutes of the Board of Cmintyommi the complaint filed herein against .
( sioners of Bradford Coun-
in the above entitled cause in '.
visiteg. her father, Ben Rowe, and Extra Bobbins save time-Stock weekend in Greenville S. C. and fIll floor show with Hugh Ingram ty. Florida. you thc office of the Clerk of said

friends here on Tuesday. ap with Singer Bobbins at Den- bring home the school annuals. serving as master of ceremonies.On NOW THEREFORE, Notice of the Court at Starke, Florida, oil or
tf adoption of said resolution Is given before June 6, I960 and to servea
Mrs. Inman Green and daugh- Furniture Co.
mark Mrs J. B. Sapp was visiting the pro ram were Bill Bessent under and bv virtue of the requirements : copy of such answer upon Hollis
ter aid, Mr. and ,Mrs. W. G. I Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova and Mr. and Mrs. Evans Bedsole in who gave a beatnik poetry reading of Florida Statutes An- V Knight plaintiffs attorney
Strin fellow visited Mrs. George Mrs. G. W. Alderman attended a n'-tated 336.10. herein whose address Is P. O. Box
Jacksonville on Wednesday. Bill Brown and Cindy Strick- This 2 day of May 1360. M%. :Starke, ! Man&sa in Green Cove Springslast meeting of the officers of the Mr and Mrs. William Eckertof land: entertained with a tap Hoard of County Commissioners said date, as required\ by the Lawsof
_ Thursday. Alderman clan Sunday at the of Bradford County Florida. Florida' and the Florida Rules
Bayside, N. Y. were guests nance, John Dodd imitated a
By H. A. Bishop, Jr. fall to
Mrs} and Mrs. Paul Faulkner borne of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard for Nassau native singer and walked Chairman of Board. f.f do Civil so decree Procedure.pro confesso you will be I do sincerely appreciate the won

were in Lakeland on business, in Keystone Heights to plan ten days. among the tables while singing. ATTEST: entered against you for the relief

Monday and Tuesday of last'w for the annual family reunion to Mrs. Smith DeVoe and Mrs. R. Leonard Moody and Harriet l Secretary."harles A. Darby, It)J demanded nature in said of complaint.The said suit. is to derful support given me in the May

eL. be, held July 17. F. Young are attending the Powell sang "Maryann" and a foreclose a contract given to the
and recorded in peed Book
Flower Show school at the Jack- Nassau band composed of Jimmy Notice Is given NOTICE that< pursuant to .. plaintiff!85 at page 51, et IIE"I, of the public 3 Primary.. This consideration will

,That's Our BusinessIf eonville Garden Center from Lawson.-Bob Smith Mrs. H. V. a Petition filed by John JU. Shaugh- records of Bradford County. Florida

Wednesday to Friday. Knight Mrs. W. H. Noegel, Mrs. nwsey and Mary C. Shaughnesey, upon the situate following in Bradford described' County property -, always be remembered.

It's Glass We Have III! Mrs. Barney McRae Mr, and Paul MeLendon. and MrsJ.. his Teach wife Subdivision owner of Lot according 12. Indian to Fi rida, to-wit: ,

r j NM! CALL WRITE or VISIT Mrs. Buddy Crawford' and'child- R. Wainwright played native Flat} thereof recorded in Plat Book( of From the the East Southwest Half of Southwest corner of I earnestly solicit yoursupport and

ren and Mrs. Glen Conner and music. Mrs. Sarah Hunter and :L: Page 26, public records of Brad- Quarter of Northwest Quarter

children spent Sunday at Jacksonville Mrs. Bill Graham danced an ford County, Florida.AND (E>4, of SWH of NWVi i ) of Sec-

; cI; Joe Peters Glass Co Beach. Easter parade number and the Jndian W. S.Beach Wall, Sr.Subdivision, owner of Lot'accord-13, tion Range 10,22' Township East run 6 East South on, vote in the coming Second Primary .

Purchase model of Singer Charleston. Virginia Erwin performed thereof recorded in Plat i South boundary line of said Erbof
: any ;,; to plat
FOR ANY GLASS NEED SWV of \W%. 604 and no;
Bork 2, Page 26, public records of:
Sewinr Machine at Denmark a twirling number, Jimmy East edge of right of
; feet to Sincerely
Fronts for an order to
Ltadford County
We Modern Store 290 j ,
Design No.
Furniture Co. tf Lawson gave f monologue and vacate and abandon a certain streetin way of State Highway
Just Mall Us A Pattern for Subdivision described (formerly No. 13). thence run \
Barney McRae and Glen Conner Marty Rosier and Charle Frances Indian Beach Northeast along said East edge I

Table Tops "lre in Bushnell Sunday attend- gave a dancing number. A strip as of follows land/ : 40 feet In width of right of way of said State
1313 N.W. 4th P!. Gainesville Fla. Phone Fa. 2-4353 ing the JiIcRae family reunion. Refreshments were served on :which lying between strip of said land lots Is 12 designated and 13, Highway for the POINT a distance OF COM31ENCEMENT of 209 I Seeber D. Goodman

r Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining were trays by the following girls who on the aforesaid plat of Indian thence run Northeast of right along of- -

in High Spring: on Sunday visit- were dressed in native costumes: Peach as "Street :389: ," and which the of said East ec9ge Highway a distance -

Mary Bollinger, Linda Huggins,, strip ot land runs from Indian way stake.
ing Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hill. Drive, so-mlled, to the waters of of 100 feet to a

':Mrs. Effie Johns has had as Marcia Haynes. Hope Holliday, Lake ,Santa Fe, after due and regular thence run Easterly stake 483 300:: feet and (I'd. I'd. Adv.)
when need Janice Vickers andJane notice, a public hearing .was 901100: feet to a
you visitors Mrs. John Mixon of Jack- Phyllis Darby, set before the Board of County North of South edge of West of

sonville and Mrs. Henry Carter of Adams. Commissioners to ,consider whether Half of Southeast Quarter
; Section
said -
Maxville on Saturday evening, and After the program the 135 I, c-r not said street should be abandoned be- Northwest Township Quarter and Range,

RELIABLE GAS SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Lake guests enjoyed exchanging pic:' heM, on said May public 2, 1S60 hearing, and no to'one thence; run South 100 feet 503 to and'a

City on Tuesday.Mrs. Lures that were taken on the Nas having appeared Board to contest having con-said stake 27/100, thence feet tll Westerly point, of commencement -

"- Rita Dickens of Mariannais sau trip. Petition, and the said lying and
\She lands
the therein
3" iidtmi same .j Southwest
THINK OF SLADE GAS spending a week 'with Mr. and following resolution was passed: being. in East

Mrs. L. D. Vining. Beta Club Holds I .

Mrs. R. A. Thomas is in Wild-

TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UV wood for a month Visiting her Induction RitesIn JI I THANKS TO BRADFORD VOTERSI I.

PhONE son R. ,L. C. Thomas, and family.Mr. [ AuditoriumThe AT BARKSDALE'S STARKE'S S

WO 43551GOLOWIRE and Mrs. Herbert Thomas
am humbly grateful for the fine'vote ACCEPTED DEPARTMENT STORE
and daughter. Kathleen, and Mrs. Beta Club held its induction

_._ ; ::E IreneRoberts enjoyed a picnic service last Friday evening at th and support given me. I Register here for "Silver Harvest" valuable Certificates
i lunch at Gold Head Branch 09 BHS auditorium.

1 .. Sunday. Roland Elinger, state directoof pledge you my best as your
Ir"Don't You Are Sure To Find Mother'sIn
Singer sewing Machine Needles ,the organization inducted th a. State Representative.
at Denmark Furoitnr +Co. tl following new members: AVeslej ?

1 Jimmy Meyer is a medical patient -:Kelly, Barbara Blankenship' Mary

in Bradford County Hospital. ann Long, Joan Mobley, Sand A. J. THOMAS:\ JR.

Moore John Adams Jane
Capt. W. H. Edwards, HI, returned Bing -'-- -
ham Sandra Salano Lot; Pd. PoL Adv.)
SERVICE Friday from three years Linda, Betty WasdinJoalyce I : ( I 1 1t !

service in Germany. He and Mrs. Wainwright,

AT ITS BEST Elwards are staying at Kingsley I Graham, Marilyn Hem.

Lake while he Is on 30 day leave,: wall, Carolyn Pellum, Joan Red:.

I and also visiting their parents, dish Joe Sapp, and Lee CogdilL

''Mr and Mrs. Edwards, Jr. in Mrs. Elinger also installed th e 1'1\1 ON IYvA'y TO
1 1. 1 A l a / /
i Orange Park and Mr. and Mrs. J. following new officers: president,

G. Caldwell in Starke. John DeVoth vice-president, San 1 STARKE. I'LL DE Our Complete Stock Of

Mr. and Mrs.: Claude Crowson Gardner; recording secretary,, 1n;A/ ,

attended the funeral of Mr. Crowson's Carolyn Vickers; correspohdin g U SEEING YOU IN, Practical Gifts For Her

secretary, Sarah Osborne; an 1
: brother. Enoch Crowson, in
treasurer, Margaret Douglas. NEXT WEEK'Sr
Greenville S. C. on April 22

Mrs. Albert Lee and daughter, TELEGRAPH.Any FREE Gift Wrapping
SERVICEHIER Two will meet in the sanctuar .
Jennie, of Deland were overnight
for their installation and pledg I
guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. '\;<
trvic'. 7:30: p. m. Circle Fou:r "
N. S. Dankel!, and also visited ,
wile meet at the home of Mrs. E'. ,
friends here Wednesday and
K. Perryman, 8 p. m. -

rr.Yrr+..r 11 Thursday. Wednesday Prayer Meetin 7 r.s-p8
Mrs. David and .
Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" Janet Montgomery and Bible Study. 7:30 p. m. .
daughter, spent the week-
Thursday Prayer
end with Mr. Montgomery in grow P
JIM TONEY HOMES, 1495 and Plant ,City. meets in Ladies Bible Classroom,
: a. m. Chancel Choir rehear.
sal] 7:30: p. ia.

MO. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS 37.50 singer and daughters of Baton j
Rouge, La. are''staying at the SHOES
Bence cottage on Kinsley Lake. \OTICK
Nonce Is Kiven uant tt LNo L\ for a week while visiting Mrs.i! a 1'etltion filed by Henry D. Ifixb1 7 :DOUBLE THICK TREADED SHOES "

Guissingers parents, :Mr. and Mrs. and Elizabeth V. C. Blxby, hi.!(; : WEAR ..
W. B. SewelL Reach owners of Lot 37, India Piece Of Silver Money
according t
blat thereof recorded in Plat Boo .
-, Page !6. public records of Brad- ,
a. At The TabernacleJ. ford County, Florida AND Will Open Your Savings

1. !wndnajr Wilkinson and Edwin;fl
T. Quigley, sponsor t>f the A. ullUnson his wife owners o: Account Here! PAIR
Lot :38, Indian Peach Subdivision r
Fundamental Gospel Tabernacle .
according to plat thereof rwordei .
and Mrs. Quigley were in Tampa in Plat Book :, Page :6, public re

Sunday attending the dedicatory cords of Bradford County, for ai ,
order to
vacate and abandon
a cer
Down No For Travel trvices of the Interbay Faith lain street in Indian Beach Sub %
Money Charge
M- Church recently organized there division described as follow:
A strip of land 30 feet In
t- II I 4 r '"
rnr; TOXEY BUILDERS by Dr. John McNaill. formerly of, lying between said lots :37 and 3 8, SELECTION OFLADIES'
Washington D. C. The Sunday which strip o{ land is designate!
P.O. BOX 868VALDO on the aforesaid plat of India aa aa: -
,, rooming sermon was delivered by Bfach as "Strett 279", and whfci & 'CHILDREHS SHOES
.:\ FL.\. Dr. Harry McGee, and Holy Com- strip of land runs from India: ,

Please have salesman call on munion administered. The evening Drive, no-called to the waters o t 4 I
Santa Fe. after due and re INTEREST
service was in charge of B. l a.ar notice" ., a public hearing wa
'Name____._ '
E. McRae. set before the Board of Count;: S"
Commissioners to consider whethe r
Address' .. -..____..._ --_ The 27th anniversary of the or not Mid street 'should be'a PAIR
Tabernacle will be observed in bandonedsaid public hearing t, ii -
fe* held onv May 2, 1965. and "no ori e
A roiInateLocation tt.e near future.Methodist .
.uu A hexing appeared to contest sal, '
Petition and the Board having contiaered :
the Same, thereupon th a : .
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Church following resolution was passed: .
'I understand I am under no obligation. I will be borne 'No one appearing to contest th

closing of a'street between the Boy -
'pn -- ,. fit.--,.IEf. Schedule for week of May 8: Property and the Willdnsa: -

i" ,. ,,. Property, of t
'v I II I. I I "rVII'I" Sunday Church School, 9:45a. : therefore upon motion! :
Crawford, seconded by Mi
,PLUMBING, WIRING AND INSIDE FINISHED m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Norman and unanimously pause l R We Give S & H Green Stamps ,

: )MATERIALS Mother's Day service. Special recognition the Board, proceeded with the cloa "
lag of the road.
for the youngest, oldest :COMMUNITY STATE BANK '
ADDITIONAL .CHARGEIf at said meeting on the said 'Ma: r
and the mother with the 2 and mad a matter of record i n 'Barksdale's"
You Don't ,See Us First We Both Lose MoneyJH most children. Nursery open eaca he minutes-of. the Board of Count:7 .
Commissioners of Bradford Counl
Sunday morning. Dine-A-Mite >, Florida. : OF STARKE :
\ snack for youth, 6 p. m.' MYP the NOW THEREFORE. Node of Hi"'
adoption of said resolution i iEvea rs -
meetings.. .6:30 P: m: Evening under-and virtue of th .' -
HO 8-2781
FLA. Worship.. 7:30.pm.. requirements of Florida Statute a :Member F.D.I.C. I "Largest Dept. Stare In S rklAGETRO '
Annotated JJg.10.
1. r l I I I L- r Tuesday Guilds One ant I This :ad day ot May i11 9. .


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t) ( Miss Sewell Feted I ,' ,I--:<.t.c:;]!!:c. 'DCT Club Members !dismissed last rnaay: and taken the game they went to the Mabry
t _..-, i.J .- in a I"-= truck to the Madison Vine for a picnic supper and
tt t tI' At Lovely Parties.urast a ',..' Ann Employers ;uiwk lapi-' Church .Gums :'.l. I11- -n::; ? members of '

I Week : j J6E '\.h.td ill..,)' .c...-a bas baIL A1.r.r ...: c1WiY eiijjyci the:: ouung
1 Breakfast
f (# ., ; UJOY ;.._. .. .., -- -- ""'---A- .... n
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ws1Ibirta fc'eTrell, whosea 1 --- -
I 3 .. Ap, cxji-aiujr C3; s.udents and
event of this Saturday attenicu.ut .. Hut \.m i.iuC s tnjojej! the Braciti I Cashd '

.:tAdn Moots I ,.1. F k, 4 clock at tha First Metho-* 4r- i I tli'0h: Ocii;; l LCrr C.ulJ's an- t-A'iS't i r: S SoPERETTEVtr1ru : i :

.. -. .. ,.... I uSl Churih, was the inspiration s r ] a..al Employer-E mp.oy'ee beak- o .
f for several lovely parties in the ".
44jJ.a asi a: the Camp Branding Oificlo -
Mrs. Long Hostess Starke Elementary past week. .- Club last Turn-day moirung.b.iaiiasl ; .6110 \){- .. by \\ayiitf Douglas and Cecil

At. Luncheon PTA Installs J Mrs. Jefferson D. 3F-'L.: ; was served on the a.u.iow 1 0.,1 .,ltil.L.,. u. .,u.tirlnrl' .lL re
.:+ Powell, parents of the iridegroom- ,C71 W. Madison
.here the 4.9231
New OfficersThe ffnace. 'og.am opened -
Mrs. T. T. hostess at ekct Ci-eiUineJ at a tardy open F
was ., .. ifce
house Tuesday evening for the with a devoacn given by Leonud tie e ?e Right To L.IUI.I ll.1.uHUy
a delightful bridge-luncheon Wednesday Starke Elementary P.T.A. Ys Moody, followed by an atltucss -' WE GIVE:; FAMILY SiAMiSi ) .
at her home honoring Mrs. 1 i bridal couple ot their home 1801 rig
held an installation of officers at Dun GI welcome b> Bill Costello, ---
ford Road, Jacksonville.
Rita Dickens of Marianna and, ; -
LI.SllUlh' S. U.
their meeting Tuesday evening in > The oi coordinator: of the DCT (Diver-
receiving line composed
Mrs of Melrose
Arrangements Reginald Kelley of white gladioli the cafetorium. Mr. and Mrs. Powell and son, '>i-icd Coopeiathe Tiaimngj pro- fLU UK O ID. bag 49c
An interesting musical program tram. -
Jeff, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
And Shasta daisies were used to ( As a highlight of the --- -
was presented by Mrs. Levy _"ewe'J: and program
!I daughter Virginia
advantage in decorating points of khieo of DCCTstudents (;A. HED .
Interest for the occasion. I i Canova on the :Mexican theme, stood. in front of the mantel i| employers
with Mrs. Russell Norman's and, g.e: interesting talks.S. 2 Tall Cans -
which held artistic
an arrangement lOlY1AIOES -
Three tables of bridge and
Parrish-Sapp I G. Denmark of Denmark
Mrs. S. L. Peek's Jr. fourth grade of stock and pink carna- ThorntonPadgettMr.
luncheon were enjoyed during the Fumitiue! Co. said: "It makes me
pupils participating. Told .
Engagement tions. and Mrs. Ollie Thornton of
party hours. Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. installedthe feci good to be a part of the DCT 10 lb. bag .
% The refreshment table wash Starke announce the engagement RICE .89c
following officers: president' Mr and Mrs. Joel H. Parrish covered with an imported outwork ')f their daughter, Judy to Homer ,rr.>gram. It has brought back my :
Recent Births Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr.: first of I Lake Butler announce the engagement cloth, ,and centered with an arrangement -!' Padgett son of Mrs. Lillie Batten 1:?:ense of responsibility to the students ,,

nee-president, Mrs. Ned Yancey; I cf their daughter, of pink parrot tulips!I also of Starke. Date of the wed ': school,and teachers. Before 30S _
Mr., and Mrs: William Pendar. second vice-president, Mrs. R. G. .Agnes Jean: to Robert C, (Bobby] ar.d white'' stock. On the buffet) Hug will be announced later; j i he DCT program we had very PORK & BEANS s Tall Cans
vis, Lawtey, announce the birthof little connection with the school. 29c
I I Paterson; third vice-president, :Sapp, son of Mr. and: Mrs. J. C. were two silver candelabra with
a daughter, Delores, on April j Wayne Haines; secretary Mrs. :Sapp of Starke. burning pink tapers I'New Officers I Now we work as a team the :
28 at Bradford County Hospital. I I j Harry Rabb; treasurer, John Man- The wedding will be solemnizedin Greeting guests at the door was' _,.- pchooi, the student, and the merchant j DIXIR; CRYSTAL With $5.00 food order

I i nmg.P. : the Pine Level Baptist Church Mrs.: Jack Dobson of Tallahassee,:Of JuniorClubAre are all benefited by their SUGAR 5 lb-; -
,, I T. Nolin presented past-presi- June 10 tit 7:30: o'clock in the association and working 39'MEAL
'> ''''I :.::e:''''''' '" I ou daughter of Mr and Mrs. Powell, Inducted .; tog.ethj't'l. I
,. ...- _., '!S.-z' L ._ft.--i;.,' I dent's! pins to Mrs. J. R. Wain-I evening. The reception will follow and presiding at the silver coffee! .
wright Mrs. A. N. Mrs. educational building.All i Fred Graudon of Red Seal I r A n"r IIOItt;
i Holliday in the service: were Mrs. Hildabelle! Mrs. Claude Smith, retiring District
i i I Harry Hatcher Mrs. Harry Rabb, relatives and friends of the Bence and Mrs. J. O. Sewell of Director of District Four of Llrctric Co. said: "I am well :: 516x.--- .
i Florida and Jack Tarwick.Refreshments cordially invited to at- pleased with the program and 2ScPRODUCE
cour/le are
Jacksonville. Punch was served on I the Florida Federation of Woman's "
were served following -I tend the wedding and reception. the patio from a large crystal:Clubs installed the following officers hope it continues. He also !
the pcinte out that the
punch bowl. of the Junior Woman's Club SPECIALS
employers bosh benefit and that
Little Women Will The honored guests were given in an impressive flower installation -
i DCT is something that has been
May BreakfastSet Install OfficersThe beautiful. Cymbidium orchid cor- at the club house Monday needed for some time.B. CELERY large stalk each 7c

Theatre For May 1 llth s ges. evening. Emanuel of Starke Radio &
About 75 guests called betweenthe Mrs. John Torode, -
Club will president;
Little Women's TV Service said that DCT students -
appointed hours, seven to Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, first vice- Cello Bag each
The Staike at graduation, an CARROTS
Woman's Club an-. hold an installation of officers upon gave Sc
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nine o'clock.Dr. president; :Mrs. Jerome Johns,
nual May other graduatesby
I Breakfast will be held evening wlvantage over
their May meeting Monday second vice-president Mrs. James r
j SAT. MAY 7 Wednesday noon., May 11 at 12 ; having one or two years practical -
1st Feature o'clock at the Officer's; "Club, at. 7:30 o'clock at the club and :Mrs. T. G. Ritch and Rowe third vice-president; Mrs. experience in their chosen GREEN .CABBAGE lb. Sc
f } Camp Blanding. house. Carolyn Vickers will pre- Mrs. M. F. Brown entertained ata Warren Winkler, treasurer; Mrs. occupation.

Tickets must be purchased not sent a program: on "Colleges." delightful picnic supper Wed- Wayne Haines, recording secretary -II H. B. Ingram, principal of BHS, -
nesday evening at the Ritch sum- ; Mrs Lola Garbett,
later than Monday noon from for the evening will i corre- sjid that the DCT program is one MEAT SPECIALSTENDERIZED
mer home on Kingsley Lake .sponding secretary and Mrs. Junius .
cOw M PCTUI Z ea? Peyton Florist or from Mrs. J. of the best in the school and ,
H. be Joalyce Graham, Donna Tra- honoring Miss Sewell and :Mr. Smith, senior sponsor.
DuPre ticket chairman.An expressed appreciation to all employers -
RANDOLPh Sale, and Har Powell. The outgoing officers
,/ installation of officers will wick, Linda Kay were and students.
follow the luncheon. riet Powell. Among the 18 guests were :Mr. presented with lovely gifts Mrs. The meeting was adjourned by HAM Half or Whole lb. 49c
N and Mrs.. Jefferson Powell and Joseph D. Warren was given a the president Bobby Newman
J Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Seweil of Jack- past-president's pin. olid the students enjoyed the remaining -
i anvDle, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mrs. Hal Hand, newly installed morning hours swimming FRESH CAUGHT LARGE

t1 i ia To The,Voters of Bradford CountyI Guissinger of Baton Rouge, La. Junior Clubwoman editor for the .a: the' Officers Club beach. MULLET FISH ib. 19
Florida Federation of Woman's. : I 1
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Miss AldermanIs Clubs, presented an informative
Rev. And Mrs. Mabry
ai.aa IIa program on the all inclusive workof

cnff rdw COLOR AscOPE1z Honor Guest the Federation and the position Entertain Class HAMBURGER lb. 49c

.- At Luncheon of' the Starke Junior Woman's -
Club in the Federation. At Picnic Supper

2nd Feature Miss Bettie Sue Alderman of Mrs Richard B. Cauffman reported RIB ANDBRISKET

I Lake City,. finance of Dr. J.: E. -on the convention held inj i! Rev and Mis. J. H. Mabry Jr. STEW lb.
A Denmark of Starke, was honoredat Miami April 2529. The Junior I i entertained at an "end of theM 29'
.. .,.: j a: lovely luncheon last Satur- Woman's club of Starke receivedthe : looI year party" last Friday
I r-- .. ALLGDc day given by Mrs. S. G. Denmarkin Honor Score Award for the !!.afternoon, for members of Mrs. OLEO PATTIES Y2lb pkg. 71/2c
I Il the Pecan Room of the Garden past year. Mrs. Cauffman, Mrs. Gladys: ;Wasdin's sixth grade
Restaurant. J. D. Warren. Mrs. Lavern Out class. Their daughter, Gay, is a

I-i,--.. ,, L I I The long luncheon table was law, Miss Betty Jane :Morgan and U dent in the class. I HICKORY
.. 'fI" .. ,..' I would like to express gratitude to my friends Mrs Randal j The young people were picked lb.
graced with Chitty attended
11\ f f,,.yfsj j'" a long low arrange- the SMOKED SAUSAGE 39CDenmark's
.t 1: \ f : up at school after classes were ,
convention from the
'1 ; \' and for their' kindnesses during ment of pale ping gladioli, carnations local club. "
_.......... )1.. ... .. supporters many ':. and roses. Extending the Miss Betty Jane, Morgan reported .". ----_r_ c.. .
.... .' if the election just dosed, I feel that I made many I length of the table was a garlandof on the successful Political .
.. 'I11I J..JiJ''t.. y. -- leather leaf fern with.nosegaysof ,':Motorcade" and: box supper held I
r} ', --- t *neWt friends i'throughou4hou 'the county during the pink sweetheart roses and in conjunction with the Demo- Double I

CINEA.k.N: ; ....i!:!t/AI COLORA I puffs of pink tulle placed at in- cratic Rally She expressed her I / /

-COL'J.OA-'""'(" :. .,r.-rn.T.c f' ....")" :""w119: campaign' and' appreciate the courteousness of tervals. At the opposite end of the I appreciation and gratitude for alII Duty Days '-- Mother'sDay +

'r- tCartoon- .all, whether you' voted for me or not table from where the honoree sat persons involved in making this
: Little Bo Bopped were silver candle holders with I project-such success. -
: binning pink I taper. Bridal place Mrs.. Lavern Outlaw and her -- And Silver Har-
I join in extending. hearty, congratulation to cards marked the seating arrange- hostess committee carried out the

LATE SHOW\( Mr Kelly in his re-election as Tax Collector. mints.ment and pink nut"cups held pink and May beautiful Day theme floral with arrangements.The a May Pole. vest Day Specials 4 I 4

\ The twenty-six guests includedMrs. out:going president, Mrs.

SAT. 11:15 P.M. JIM CHASTEEN Kie Alderman of Wildwood, Warren presided 'at the punch Friday and Saturday j -
THEBramble mother of the bride-to-be. bowl Delicious open-faced sand-

The bride-elect was presentedwith wiches and bon-bon cakes were
BushAdults (Pd. PoL Adv.) a pink cymbidium orchid served. Only / /I1'\\\

S corsage and silver ice tongs- from .
I her hostess as a memento of the 'WOMAN OF THE YEAR
60c occasion. Mrs. John Torode, newly installed -

t Children 25c Assisting Mrs. Denmark were president of the Junior Wo- BIG 9-PIECE DINETTE SUITES
Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs. 'J. man's Club of Starke, performedher
STARTING SUNDAY M. Vickers. first official duty by present

Reg. Admission MANY MANY THANKS ing Mrs. Joseph D. Warren! with ,
Two Hostesses the Club Woman of the Year 'r. ..

SUN., MON.\ & TUES. Award. 30" X 60" X 72" JJJJ I g
Miss Cox
May\ 8 thru 10 Honor This award,.was first started in TABLE WITH
At Shower Party 1958-59 when Mrs. Randal Chitty 8 CHAIRS
I You cant put out I To all of my wonderful friends in was voted Club Woman of the

the human fires Miss Marilyn Cox, whose marriage year. YOUR k' '
that burn'in Bradford County for your splendid to Earl Norman will be an The recipient this award is FINISHES AND -
event of May 28,.was honor guestat determined by the vote of the I
a lovely shower given Monday club membership to the person COLOR : .
support' in Tuesday's Primary. I night by Mrs. Freeman Crosby who has contributed most to the '' /
and Mrs. Purvis Green at the club through the year. MANY TO CHOOSE z

home of the latter at Heilbronn Mrs Warren received a Charm FROM 1 ;
earnestly solicit your continued Springs. Arrangements of red and bracelet suitably inscribed "Club-

.. deep pink roses were used in decorating Woman of the Year 1959-60". Regularly $129.95

vote. and support in the Second primary occasion.the'- Green home for this .95
1 s Circlef.gg -
I The refreshment table covered SILVER HARVEST

May 24. ,* with a lace cloth, was centered The Ethel Biggs circle of the
with artistic cakes decorated in First Baptist Church enjoyed a

ti'e bride's chosen colors lavender covered dish supper Thursday PRICE 1.-'

and white. Miniature umbrellas night of last week on the patio of .
in pastel colors were used on the Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt's homeon
TLCNNICOLOiM cakes ant at other points of in- N. Walnut street. The 20
( terest. guests included members and 7-PIECE DINETTE SUITE SPECIAL

'-- The shower themewas carried their husbands.

"" "' ''' out: further by a large umbrella, ,*
of lavender and white, designedby
l _lqia n YORfWt the honoree's aunt. Miss Edith Beta Sigma Phi '''ff( = + 36" X 18" X 60"TABLE; WITH 6 CHAIRS
.......h MILTON SPtRUNG..1'HIUI'
......lit MILTON SPCRUNG 11 0'r Moore, which was placed in the Ritual Scheduled]
4 owes DANIEl ftJRl .center of the shower gifts. SPECIAL PURCHASE

Cartoon Cats Paw Games 'were enjoyed during the The' Beta Sigma fbi sorority 14 T7'
tveniag. with 18' prizes being awarded win have a pledge ritual and din- Regularly $89.95
'... .... The door prize was won ner-meeting at the Garden restate

\VfiD., TIIURS., & FRI. by the honoree's sister. Miss rant next Monday at 7:30: pan.Members i

May, 11 thru 13 Linda Cox.Assisting. are asked to make reservatjojij ,
With -: $69.95 i
I.o. Mrs Crosby and Mrs. Mrs. Olin White .
Green in serving the guests were Jr. or Miss Louise Stern.-.
Mrs. Earlena Hardenbrook. Mrs.
O...o..0..e Jean Norman'Mrs. Donald Green Madison St. Circles
& 7 lied and Misses Gloria, Sharon, and I THESE PRICES GOOD 2 ,DAYS ONLY
Renee Moore, and Miss. Linda Circles of the Madison Street I
AID r .
Cox. Baptist Church will met as follows I

Guild ; "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
Yours for a better Bradford CountyP. Wesleyan Circle 2 with .Mrs. R. O. Dans-

The Methodist Wesleyan Service ty, Tuesday at 7,30: p. m. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

Guilds! Units one and two, will Circle 3 with Mrs. Joseph P. .

hold. a combined installation and Wood Tuesday at.8 p..m. -
D. Sheriff
pledge service eveningat r
7:30 o'clock in the ,sanctuary. (. ./

tQnOaQ.Iteaattf111lwo0o0o0Cartoon f Circle 4 witf meet Tuesday THE RIGHT -rCDft for the SiJ t .
(Pd. PoL Adv.) evening at 8 o'clock at the home war,you write. Com in and sc.
: Fiddle Paddle of Mrs. E, KL_Ferryman, on .W led your favorite ESTEBBBOOK 43416 West Call. St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke. FloridaTHURsDAY

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Funeral Monday ford County. Florida. in the courthouse shall be in writing, and shall state shall be void.
Santa Fe Roads Sampson Trestle at Starke, Florida, within. the place of residvne* and post of- A. T. Paul. As Administrator
editorialr For Mrs. ClarkIn eight calendar months from the f>oe address of the claimant and the Estate of James Bryant
d&uof the first publication of this shall ne sworn to by the claimant deceased
Road Repaired st.\lce. Each claim or demand must his agent his attorney, and any Fir.-t publication April 14, I**";
Closed! Baptist Church ': t. b* iit' writing' and must state .Jhe :-lIdl claim or demand Dot so filed 4t 55l"
Finally. The'county road department pae or residence and post-office
In The Second Mrs. Clara Mahathy Clark 53, : address of the claimant and must
Primary: announces: that the road to hr "-turn to by thg claimant his
wife of I. E. Clark of Starke. died. Simpson Lake trestle has been agt>:1[, or his attorney, or it trill
By Commission Friday afternoon in a local hospital t.-"uI..e void according to law. 1
Bryant Conner AdamsAnother repaired and is now in usable .s) R. H. Andrews.Administrator NOTICE !
after an extended illness condition. It had been washed of the Estateof
ilrs. Clark was born in Greenville G. \\. Andrews, deceased.
,,i.-t left some time, but washouts
First Primary Election is history and Finai approval Ata, Feb. First publication! on April 14, Your phone ring at anytime in May and if
was given to the 15, 1902, and had have now been filled in by theuse ISBO. 4-14 4t 5-5 may
win, lose or draw, candidates seem to be taking
defeat or victory in stride, which is as it should J in the Indian Beach subdivision y cars. ii:,ted by Rayonier, Inc. NOTICE TO CREDITORS at
be. ;on Ei; Lake Santa Fe after a Besides her husband, she is In TUr Court of the County Judge, theFLORIDA
public hearing held by the County tiarivtd by her parents. John O. Itrjdford County. Florida. THEATREYou
Bowling Banquet IB Hrobntr.In
In one state race, particularly, Bradford Coun- Commission' in- the courthouse and Ida Phillips Mahathy of r<.; Estate of James Bryant, De-

tians can take great satisfaction in the way Monday. S.apelton; Ala.; two daughters, Set,For May 9. <'rased. and Your Family can come to the

our "favorite son" candidate, Doyle Conner, With the final unanimous vote Hiss June Clark, Jacksonville PER-'INS ; .
emerged top man in the hard-fought Commis- !the way was cleared for develop- and Miss Margarete Clark, Mi- All team members are invited AfA.XDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Florida Theatre that day also-have
ment of a recreation site on lit- ami; .four Sons Ulray' Clark, Hia- to the City Bowling League A- lion and each of you are h.rE'by't"tfn..1
sioner of Agriculture campaign. Although a and required to present any free Cokes and Pop Corn as a gift from
tle Santa Fe which had been leah; Donnie Claik, Muncie, Ind.; wards Banquet 'to be held at the clnms and'demands which you or
second primary will be necessary, Conner had a traded to the county by a groupof Ftanley Clark, Starke; and Kenneth Camp Blanding ,Officer's Club on.Monda "ita! r of you, may have against theestate

commanding lead over his opponent, W. }R. (Bus- < property owners in exchange D. ''Clark, Jacksonville; '. May 9, at 7:30 p. m. tat> of of said James County Bryant, to the deceased County,

ter) Hancock, and should ,go on to victory in the fer the closed streets. three brothers, Marvin of De- Awards will be presented to the Jurtj-t of Bradford County, Florida. C. L. PATRICK, Gen. Mgr.

second primary, May 24.Conner's Only person to appear at the Quincy, La.; Perry of Mobile. league champion, for the high at said his County office in at the Starke court, house Florida of,

hearing, either for or against the Aia.; and Ray Mahathy of reason average high individual w.thn eight calendar months from Martin Theatres, Inc. of Florida .

nice margin of votes is particularly closing was Fremont Tolles, Keystone Stapleton. Ala.; five sisters Mrs. !;a ne and the high 3-game aver- the this time notice.of the Each first claim publication or demand of -

gratifying in the face of almost concerted opposition Heights attorney representing Rubs Weekly and Mrs. tucCje! e .'l .:. .
by the big South and Central Florida news- the petitioners. He stated that Davis, both of Mobile, Ala.::'itir5 The final team standings in the ------ ----

papers, most of whom gave their support to he felt the new recreation site Birdie Dunn, Montgo eQ'._ Ala-;. City Bowling League are as fol- ,

Hancock on a purely sectional basis, seeking to would be more useable for !backing :Mrs. Ruth Gideons, .tfeOiurusCLa. : : ;bars;: .. -

brand Conner as a "small county" politician from beat trailers to the lake than ., and Mrs. Myra White, Rob- Noegel Auto Sales: won 28, lost
the: previous site under consider- ertsda'e/ Ala.; and four grand;;,3-. .
Florida. The fact that Conner led the
f tion children. Starke Cabinet Shop: won 21,
slate in spite of this metropolitan editorial opposition lost 15.'Jaycees.
Owners of property on each funeral services were held at
is a genuine tribute to his ability and side of the three closed streets 10 a. m. Monday in the First : won 13, lost 23.

the stalwart support of his friends. :wade up a fund of $7,000 which Baptist::; Church, of which she was Rotary Club: won 9, lost 27.

was paid to the County Commission a member. The pastor, Rev. L. D. ,
Certainly, we of Bradford County must redouble TO TilE VOTERSOF
in return for closing the Haines, officiated. Burial was in
our efforts now to see that Doyle Conner streets. Each property owner got the fioniiy plot in Crosby LaKe BRADFORD COUNTY

remains top man in the Second Primary three one-half of the street adjoininghis Cemetery under the direction of AL i
weeks from now. property DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. With humility and deep appre- tt
ciation I wish to thank for
you T
A petition was filed with the Active pallbearers were Guykldres.
In the Governor's the vote and support given me 1
race, Bradford gave its First board lifting restrictions on the w. H. Graham SeeberGcdman a
Primary nod to Farris Bryant of Ocala, who also new: site so It could be used for P. D. Reddish, Harry on May 3 in my candidacy for

led the ticket on a statewide basis. With our rccrea'ion'purposes, and a deedo Rabb: and Paul Raymond. School Board member District 4.

other near neighbor, Haydon Burns of Jacksonville the property was accepted by Congratulations: are extended to .N EVERYBODYWINS )
P. Hall,
my opponent, Rodney
eliminated from the run-off, it would seem the board. Col.! Wall Awarded who was victorious in the election.J. .

that Bradford County wiil do well)) to unite forces James Bloodworth representingthe Florida Cross D. Griffis
County Recreation Depart-
behind Bryant whose ability and integrity are (Pd. Pol. Adv.l
ment asked when work would be For ServicesCol. w In this family game!
certainly equal to that of any other man in the scheduled for developing the new ,

race, and whose interests are more closely identi- recreation site, and added thatmany Harold C. Wall of St. TO Tlin VOTERS Family unity grows stronger ay

fied with ours due to his proximity. U. S. 301 persons have told him they Augustine, State Director of SelEctive OF BRADFORD COUNTY r when the whole family saves aI

has often been referred to as the "life blood"of will donate their time in helping Service, was recently 'a- together for a purpose. Family e
[ I would like to express my deep I
Bradford County, and with Ocala an important pit-pare the area. warded the Florida Cross "for to each and voter enjoyment of the fruits of saving -

point on this same highway, Bryant should County Attorney T. F. Landrum exceptionally outstanding meritorious who gratitude helped elect me your every County is greater when the whole '
replied that a survey must be service to the State of '
certainly be expected to look with favor
on any the
Commissioner, Dist. 5. in family has saved for them. '
project connected with the improvement of this made j and a obtained small portion for road Florida and to the nation." Primary Election of Tuesday. .\ .f
The citation accompanying the t f.
popular route. I assure that confi- ,F. '
purposes 'across three lots. The award you your ; i _
said that "Under the leadership -
Bryant's stand dence and'trust will always be an --
on integration is firm will .
enoughto board estimated that work of Col. Wall, the Selective! '. .;. vr,
pfease most people in this area, and we may oefein! as soon as these details Service System of Florida has become inspiration to me to do my very: { ; .-
expect to fare as well or better on the reappor- can: be taken care of, within 30- one of the outstanding state best to serve you fairly and im- .
60 ; partially and in the best interest TRY IT-AT OUR BANK !I' \
tionment days. .
issue under his administration as that operations within the Selective ;! "
Chairman H. A. Bishop Jr. of the entire county.I ;..; I
of the candidate Service
who System.
has been so heavily supported appreciate the help I received ,
asked! that the Recreation Board
by the metropolitan dailies of South The citation added'that: "By
from all supporters, including
submit a plan for the county. to his outstanding leadership and
Florida.In school mates, friends, and .business -
follow in developing the area. operation Col. Wall has broughtdistinction r
another important State race, Bradford The Game & Fresh Water Fish : and credit to the associates. I will never for-

Countians will have an opportunity to show their C..mm.ssionill: assist in building Ploridi: National Guard through- get your'- many kindnesses.

appreciation of a distinguished neighbor in the a boat ramp :at the site and out the State of Florida and the[ YOURS SINCERELY FLORIDA
w.il also with other R. H. (RUSSELL) GREEN, JR.
second primary. That man is Tom Adams of help prepara- t'. S." !
tions of the area, it was said.J. .(Pd Pol. Adv) -
Orange Park, who was way out in front in his \ -
campaign for Secretary of State, but will be S. Smith and two of his hearing on the closing of the'I,; County .Judl(.'" Court In And :__ ,____ DAfKAt t ) : .11A, tK E ,, __p._ __ ____
neighbors appeared before the Florida.
Bradford County
in the run-off with Jess Yarborough of Dade board to complain about the read to the- Sink: Hole, upon pe- In Fur re- Estate of G. W. Andrews, CNE) Of 2t IANKS Of THE FLORiDA NATIONAL CROUP MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP

County. "\' ., du ping ot trash on their property iiaon received from Container deceased.. NOTICE TO CnFUITOIiS
In the first primary,; :Bradford, voters *;gave east of Hampton. They were Corporation of America.t All t.-editors of the estate of G

strong support to a former'resident. N. D. Wainwright J- "' ''irfbrma that "no dumpfag",is"i41E .....IGi.h: ....bt..t fer ;ne "W. .Vfjdreu-s and, required to are file herebyritiOed any < -.

iigns" ordered more than a ; demands which they may _. _
,- now of Hollywood. With Wainwright out were way you wm Com' In and Ii&aI1ll9 or '
month ago and should arrive __ 'i. __ __ :. ='_ .: : : -: __ : :- :=:: :, '_':
of the run-off
however, Bradford would do well of-"tin
to support Tom Adams, who, like! our own Doyle soon. Commissioner Bishop rec- ,
Conner, showed the coalition press: of South, and erected ommended in places that before like the sigs Smith are '. ;.;..., "' .,:.; .: (tf(, ': -:-_'. :.::.-2 ;: '", ; .'.,-; : ,-:-- ROBBINS'Will

Central Florida that North Florida man can j-opeity, a hole be dug and the
make $the grade In spite of the metropolitan trash buried and covered. Stretch

dailies' determination to turn all state. offices Cleik Charles A. Darby read: a I'M 1 A BUSY LITTLE Your Silver

over' to South Florida. candidates: letter regarding the possibility of '. : FELLOW

Senator Adams' integrity and ability are un- converting the courthouse to natural During

questioned and, if elected, the State of Floridacan gas. An estimated $212 sav- BECAUSE MY JOB IS TO

be proud to have him serve in the important ings conversion per year, the could letter pay said for ,the in MAKE# LIFE EASIER Take Advantage of these Silver Harvest Specials

office of Secretary of State. '
about two years. Total conversion
Coming closer' to home, Bradford Countianscan was estimated at $450. The clerk FOR yOU. \ for Mother's Day GiftsLADIES'
take great satisfaction in the
part they was instructed to get figures from
played in the overwhelming endorsement given the oil companies before any decision -

Circuit Judge George L. Patten in his is made.A I '
campaignfor l :; :._.: :f:::; :'-: "ft.; :: !"'--;: ;::;;::- "<>:" .>'.::.;-::. .c: ;;, 'c Hif
re-election to the Eighth Judicial post. letter was also read from the "

Judge Patten's opponent, Thomas Brooks State Road Department in refer- ALL DRESSES
ence to JL request that a study
Jones, is an amiable young man and waged a
te made on the speed limit on STARKE ROLLER RINK HATS \
commendable race. However; Judge Patten'srecord
SR-200 south of Starke. The
in office is one that warrants continued board: : said it would be two to (Cut out this Coupon and present at Rink) Originals By

sirpport' and Florida voters seem to hold,to the three months before this study FREE SKATING
tradition of rewaraing worthy officials! with o-e- could be made, because of other LADIES NIGHT I : TONI.TODDVICKY
election and that commitments. t $$2.99 r. .. VAUGHAN
was the case with Judge PASS t
Patten.In In other business the board: PASSMonday :>w 'BETTY BARCLAY

other State races, it seemed to be "theday" Accepted a semi-annual report FOR BEGINNERS and Many Others
from County Forester Don Cham- Values to $5.00
Nights Only .
for incumbents, with Bradford giving its 12 Years or Under
pion, and a re-plat of Mount
Good Until 30
support, as did the State, to Supreme Court Pleasant section at Silver Lake; May Tuesday-.- :00-6:O.M.. .1.- ,

Justice 'Glenn Terrell, District Court of Appeal Authorized the 'purchase of a (Shoe Skates Extra) or Sat-2:00-4:00 P.M. .

Judge Donald K. Carroll, Comptroller Kay Green, lawn mower for the courthouse .- '._' .:,; -.a,. -<- '-. < _,J L_ 'u. ,"1:: _. ILffI 5
1 .;:: -. _. __ __ .
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and State Treasurer Edwin Larson. Larson par- grounds: -

ticularly, has many friends here who rejoice in Agreed to conduct a public :. LADIESSLIPS 1fEI AND .
his re-election. They remember him well as a -- -- '; : UP

former prominent citizen of neighboring Key- THANKS TO THE VOTERSOF .- Size 5-52 I

stone Heights, and feel that he has made a good .,. ,. td I

state official. DOUBLE PANEL '

Getting back to home, Senator Charley E. t LADIES' DUSTERS
Johns was given strong endorsement by both

Union and Bradford Counties in his bid for reelection Al lit AND ROBES

from the 15th District. Johns i is con- l98 '

ceded to be one of the leaders of the "PorkChop" t. < A REAL'GIFT 9 00r

senators who are waging a battle to keepan ;E .. ,
equal division of race track money for the we lcvI t Sizes 32-46 AND UP
small counties, and, upon retirement of SenatorS 'L

: D. Clarke of Monticello, will become Dean of S

the Florida. Senate LADIES' A Wide Selection

In winding up this comment on the First Pri- of Ladies
mary, we would like to commend the Starke NYLON STOCKINGS HANDBAGS
Jaycees for their significant public service Tues- -- .
day night when they placed a man in each of the --- -A-. 4. .

county's eight voting precincts and phoned "I got tired of the leg dams 'Y' : 5M5 Guage 69C 2',99''

election returns in to radio station WRGR as and got a loon from For the kind consideration. and fine'support 1
soon as each race was counted. This aided ,-, -- '..",......-.'" Size /2-ll Tax
A friendly, personal conversation' ..
materially in getting returns at the earliest pos-
with the fund to given me at the- polls in
us may provide .
sible moment, and was a good example of the "** .* > 'ffe itfgfcjLfc shipment of
help you weather a critical period. "- FsTuesday's i.ii? We have just received a large
service-this fine group of young men is rendering JJo" ,; Dresses for Mother's Day. Shop the Store
We make loans on (cars furnitureor

the community.THE other suitable collateral. '. .;.,..><-. -primary----t; ,, :, Your friendship _4: (\ others )(nl ,\',. of Values. Clothes_ for the entire family. ,
J. "'.
will never be forgotten. I' HARVEST CERTIFICATES

EST. 1879 1

PIPER prftl.I !nr.n r.NTi. >'ou8LiCM .. ,, ROBBINS' = e Store
f" .. .
...,...".4 .r..... sad E.<*r si a. ._.4 Ci... Mattet ic : (Pd.: PoL \d)5 Values"
at tk. Pat Offl<>< at Stark, FU. ..ttr Art .f Har. .. 11h' I ;
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.THURSDAY r: MAY 5, I960 nAntoRD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK*. FtOfefCA! ___-. __ ,_ PACEBALDWIN .... .Yo":.
r" tyyyyyyyyy..y..yy Mrs. N- R. Thomas and Mrs. D.I .., .. .. .. -.c, ..__ __ ., .. Run-off Slated ond. Charles Layfield of,the Blue]Two BHS Seniors n-'nt in the MechaniJal Maintenance .
M. Thomas. While there they I's Wave jumped 21 feet iVa inches Platoon 0: CompJ.nJ J*
For BaldwinJustice !m ret i Join Company B SP-4 Paul E.hart III of
% enjoyed some very good fishing. the broad jump for a new I j. ,
-. cord. i Camp Blandrns has Uansie,rd
They caught 28 speckled trout, Of Peace I I '
Feveral flounders and whiting In the mile run. Manuel Gon- j Two Bradford High School into Co. B from the 39th Signal :

By Mrs C. B. Nolan Seme of the fish, weighed more -' A spirited run-off* contest for 'zsles of Santa Fe beat off a challenge 'seniors joined Co. B, 748th Ordnance i Detachment, Camp Blanding. He

IAAAAAALkAAAA A&WW than 3'/2 pounds each. -, ','- justice of the Peace. District 3, by Lee Cogdill of Starke to { Bn., Florida National i I is employed at the USP & FO ...
Mrs Parker I is in prospect be- take first place with a 4:40.0 {
'Greater Baldwin Crusade Ray of Seville Duval County 'Guard at the Camp Blanding { warehouse at Blanding. Having
; \isited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hill .. tween the incumbent L. C. Oliver I ycking: to beat his own mark of'
The "-' The
"'- Monday night. new
Greater Baldwin Crusade I 4:57.0: set last by some 13 I armory j just returned from the Ordnance
'ast Wednesday. ; and Baldwin insurance agent, year
Tent Revival opened Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan of I, -, : :t Dorsey Motes., 1[seconds; t recruits are Bennie Jackson. 342S II General Supply 'School at Aberdeen -

evening. May 1, at 7:45: p. m.. Seville visited brieflywith Mr.! ; BHS which often put three and i I Walnut St., Starke. and Paul Mi. SP-4 Erhart has been
with Oliver, long-time Mayor. -
over 300
The services persons attending. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan last Wednesday .now completing his first termas four performers near the top in Wilkerson, Rt. 1, Lawtey. Both of I assigned to the Supply Section of
will be held nightly after attending funeral each: event last Saturday, showed i these young men will go on active
received 253 votes, while, .
through 15 j-p, 'Co. B.The
May with the Rev.
services for Mr. Smiley Barrows. t"Y Motes was high man with 267. its domination best in the shot;duty in June. First, they will attend ,
Moody Adams evangelist. Prayer I next drill will be held Sunday -
discus and vault. Sam
put pole
Mrs. Sollie Solomons entered c ; basic training at Ft. Jack-
in the Theo
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Mr- !Third candidate race
meeting is held nightly at 7:15; y May 15. Persons interestedin
: I St. Vincent's Hospital Tuesday I I II !I Gardner captured both the shot SOIl S. C., then will train in their
P. m. Gospel singing and good i morning for surgery. Surely hope I I,j Taylor, Baldwin groceryman, polled .i iand discus honors, and threeS I military occupational specialty at joining the Guard are invitedto

i,preaching will be enjoyed every I she will get along nicely. 154. .! ,arke vaulters, Linwood Walters, '; Aberdeen. Md., for their assign- : attend- .
night A nursery is being provided In the race for constable at ,
I William Silcox. and Erwin Mar-
Glad that Miss Mary Jane Roberts j
at the Methodist Church. The I is continuing to improve and : i[Baldwin incumbent Emory V, tin, tied for first in their event,!
:churches participating in this 121v Roberts won re-election with 397 .
getting mark of 11 ft., 6 in.
hope she can soon return home a new MIZELL BEAUTY SHOP
pent are the Orange Street Bap- from St. Vincent's Hospital. o 'N votes to 236 for his opponent Earl,ir. the process.
[ twt Church, Bryceville Metho- Cannon.
Stork Shower Bradford also took two of the Corner Bay and Center Sts.
tlst Church. First Baptist Church t
The First Baptist WMU held a three relay races. The mile relay
Bryceville Methodist First Meth- stork shower at the home of Mrs. BHS Thinclads/ w,-nt tr. the Tornadoes and 0" Phone WO 4-6171
|, odist. Brandy Branch Baptist and 1L I
J, A. Beard last Friday night,, Diadfcrd: four also won the 880
Bryceville Baptist. The publicIs FOR
April 29, honoring Mrs. J. Tom t ,relay in 'a 1:35.1: record time ,
invited to attend. Take Conference
I Harper. Games were played and Z. 4. |with' Marion 'Cottle, Jimmy Ma-j LUCILLE ALVAREZ MIZELL
Mr. Jimmie Cox of Daytona
prizes awarded to Annette Harper .. I ilo'ne, Freeman Register, and 1
Beach visited his parents Mr.I Track
and Geraldine Rentz after the Meet ]I Charles McLeod each' running a i if I I OwnerAMBULANCE
and Mrs. J K. Cox. on Thursday
I and Friday. honoree opened her many lovely J p! f heg.P. f

I Mr, and Mrs. Otis Johnson and 1 rand useful gifts. Delicious re- I. A powerful BHS track squad K. Yonge won the final relay -! -

lamily and Mr. and Mrs. Vandell I jfrtshments were served to 18 ti I dominated the Keystone Conference the sprint medley, In mark-''' SERVICEPHONE

guests. ., of time of 2:09.7.
Bennett of Jacksonville spent the ; I meet at the University !selling :

weekend here with Mrs. C. I> Cottage prayer meeting services .: +,7 Florida Saturday for the fourth j, Overall 3HS won nine of 15 WO 4.2600
held at'the home of Mrs. 4
Johnson and family. were I straight year. II events with PKY capturing three
Annie Bell Lucas last Friday DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
The relatives of the late Smiley Coach" Dave Hurse's Tornadoes 'fasts and Live' Oak two. The

Barrows, who spent last Tuesday night.The Junior Minstrel% held last I Truck Overturns At BaldwinOranges I, rolled up a decisive 119 points to 'drptfi of the Bradford squad'gave i iI DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

i' night' : in Baldwin with Mr. and top the,other six teams by a big i the margin of victory. I
Friday night: at the Baldwin and truck parts were''SmiUioon. of Route I, Ayden, N. Starke, Fla.
Mrs. I. P. K. Yonge finished Helsaback and both
J. K. Cox, Mr and Mrs. margin. Seymour,
R. Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. B. I School. Gynamium was very successful scatteied over U. S. 301 at BaldIwin !C., was not seriously hurt, receiving second in'the meet with'56 points, I cf Bradford, tied for first in the I Rental Service: Hospital 1 Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
We are. very proud of.our last afternoon when cut the foreheadand
IL Sapp were: Mr. and Mrs. W. Saturday II only a on Macclenny was third with 35 Vi. high jump at 5 feet, 8 inches. -
H. Barrow and two children of local talent. ire driver of a big trailer-truck I bruised leg. !/and Santa Fe fourth with 27. Gardner threw the discus 127;II

ThomasvWe, Ga; Mr. and Mrs.A. .. Mrs. Fielding is especially proudof failed to reduce his speed enough i ito t Damage to the truck and trailer 1! Fernandina Beach had 14'/2! Live feet, 1 inch, and was followed by, I

C. Tidwell and Mr. and Mrs. her senior class this six weeks. make a sharp curve by the I was estimated at $6,500 and Ok 11, and 'Green' Cove Springs Elder in second place and Helsa-
The honor roll is full of names Carve Restaurant and started considerable damage was also I LAKESIDE SKATING RINK
James, Morse and children of Au- r. beck in third-all of "Bradford.
this time. sliding on the damp pavement. done to the hedge trees lawn. I"I
burndale; Mr., and Mrs. James T I The huge Bradford total, along Gardner was also first in the
Record Hop He hat! to take the left side of and yard of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett I .
Anderson and children Jimmie I with seven new records.took the hot put, with 42 feet, 10 inches. LAKE BUTLER FLA.
Dont forget the Record Hop the highway for about 400 feet : The accident occurred about I I i ,
and Jean of Jessup Ga.: Mrs. E. > classof I hp'otlight away from a fine per- : Tombo Smith of Bradford was i
sponsored by the Sophomore
and then overturned into a 4 p. m. Saturday and the wreckage
C. Mims of Boston, Oil; Mr., and the Baldwin High School. It I fofmance: by Sherrill Skinner of I first on the high hurdles, with a iI I
ditch, spilling his cargo of was not cleared until Mon-
James Beaty and Mr. and Mrs. will be held Friday night, May oranges into the yard of Mr. and day afternoon The oranges were, Live Oak, ,who won both the 100' I I time of 16.8, followed by Seymourin Available for'Church Parties, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts,
Cttis Beaty of Moultrie. Ga.: Mr.
ar.d 200 yard second place.
6, at the Baldwin Gymnasiumrom
Mrs. Harrell Bennett. taken from Winter Havento
and Mrs. Olin Kennedy and Mr. : 8 p. m. until 12 p. m. Your The driver Herman Edison being Philadelphia. Skinner set one of the new I Smith was also first on the low Birthday. Parties, etc. at Special Price of .

[: and Mrs. James Monroe of Collins support will be appreciated.The ,marks in the 220 with a fine I hurdle, clocking :22.2. I ,

Oa.; Mrs. W. T Beasley of Baldwin School PTA met I Jean, on the trip. dition in the same hopital.ITA :23.5 clocking to better the old In the 880-yard run McRae of EACH FOR PARTIES

iletter. Ga; and Mr. and Mrs. L. at the school last Thursday night. We are glad to learn that Mrs. Slipper mark: of :23.6. Other new records I Bradford was first, with a tune I SOc

H Barrow Miss Oleta Barrow They enjoyed a 'play by the 5th Bill Sapp's father, Mr. Frank The Maxville PTA is sponsor- came in the 440 yard run when 10f 2096. followed by Darby, also

and Mr. Keith Barrow of Pavo grade and also elected officersfor Dowling, of Macclenny is improv-' ing ,a community supper next Larry Rawlinson of P. K. Younge oi Bradford, in second place. I

Ca. 'Funeral services for Mr. Bar- the coming year, who will be 'ng after a serious illness. Tuesday, night May 10, at the I turned in a, :52.9 showing to top I Bradford also took the 880 relay Available Any Time Except Sunday Night and

low were held at the Baldwin installed i at the May meeting.We Mrs, Sam Shoemaker of Wild- Maxville School. At this time, Mr.!! he'old standard by .7 of a sec setting a new record of 1351.: Wednesday Night.

Methodist Church on Wednesday are sorry that Mrs. Shirley wood has been visiting here with Ish B'ant superintendent of,the I I
morning April 27, at 10 o'clock Crews has been ill and confinedto Mrs. Fred Bullard. Mrs. Fred Duval County Schools, will be -

with Rev. John Bennion of Bald- Ed Fraser Hospital. We wish Bullard: accompanied Mrs. Shoe- present and will speak after the !I -

win, Rev. D. W. Ferrell of Calla- her a speedy recovery. maker home on Tuesday morning .upper. Everyone, is invited to attend [I To Our Wonderful; 'Friends sTi'SATAN'S

han and Rev. Francis Smelt of attended the will to Miami for I
A large crowd ana g<\ on I
Seville, officiating. Interment was! homecoming day services at the a visit before returning to Bald- Maxville is very proud of the 1

in Moultrie, Ga. I Methodist Church on Sunday and I II "in. new playground equipment which We want you to know how ,much we appreciate,
We regret that Mr C. L. John- tnjoyeti dinner on the grounds.I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bullard they have obtained through the' effortsin CRADLE'SATURDAY .
ton Is confined to Ed Fraser Hos- I from the bottom of our hearts your splendid
fam- of of Mr. Joe Hammond,
Mrs Alice Swanson and find son Wilmington. N. C. were courtesy j
hima behalf of the candidacy of Doyle Conner for
We wish
p*tal in Macclenny. ily of Chicago arrived last week weekend guests of Mrs. Fred Bull- county commissioner. They now I MORNING 'MAY 7
speedy recovery, j for a visit with Mrs. Swanson's ard. have 6 swings, 6 see saws and I Commissioner of Agriculture. We fully realize the ,

Mr, and Mrs R. V. Bradley of parents Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Harrison one big slide. sacrifices of time and effort that have been made .

Jacksonville spent; last weekend i, '..vtvVvYvvvtvvvt....... I The Maxville Baptist Sunday I 'on your part and_assure you that ,your untiring

here with Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Mr, Luther Hayes and son, Roy I School is very proud of their at- I efforts will always be remembered. i i FLORIDA THEATER

Bennett and daughter---... ,. Joyce. Lewis: Belvedere S. C.: Grady. -MAJWLL-E" I Kt 'ndance': record. They had 109 j t
Mrs C L. Johnson and family Hayes of Thompson Ga.: Mr. present laSt Sunday and have I Ii Now that a second primary is assured, we

had as their guests Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Humphrey and been keeping it around that mark. hope that our friends will continue their fine

'.Arid Mrs Kenneth Johnson and son of Warner-Robbins. Ga.: and By Sirs. C. B. Nolan i On Sunday morning, everyone I support "on the last mile until final victory is 10:00 A.M.

family of Gainesville, and Mr. Mr and Mrs. Francis Hayes and .&A&&A&&AA&A'U&A&&&u enjoyed a quartet sung by Rev.I assured Doyle and Kitten join us in this personal ,i
and Mrs. W. E. Bolick, Mr. last W. O. Mathis, Pete Wilbanks: for '
son of Swainsboro, Ga. spent of thanks to each and every one every
and Mrs Hoyt Steel, Mrs. J, W. Tuesday night with Mr.and Mrs.B. David Midyette and David Bell Sidney Wellhausen and Thomas \ message Sponsored by the Following Merchants:
did.THE .
returned home last froma thing
Sunday you
'Reeves and Mr, and Mrs. Doyle H. Sapp and attended thf Mathis They were accompaniedat I .
Bland and daughter, Mary, of Smiley Barrow funeral on Wed ', several, days visit with David the piano by Mrs. Oscar Har- "
I!tO-,Ala. ncsday. Midyeite's sister, Mrs. Sarah 'GEM JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRYSIMMONS'
Walker, in Miami. lis.We
Mrs, J, W. Edwards returned Mr."and Mrs. B. H. Sapp will wish to extend our sincere CONNER FAMILYPd.
Mr. and Mrs. H T. Adams and
to the family
,, home Saturday from Ed Fraser leave this week for a visit in sympathy
Mrs. Florence Parrish have
Hospital. We wish her a speedy Nctter Ga. and then will go to returned -I I D. L. Barber, who passed away DRUGSTORE
Columbia. S. C. and Waynesboro.S. home from a delightful last week. Funeral services were j ( Pol. Adv.) CRAWFORD BROS.
recovery weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs.L. : April 27 at GULF SERVICE STA. DENMARK FURN. CO.
Mr and Mrs. Harrell Bennett C. before returning home. held last
O. Adams and family in Ft.
spent three days last week in They will accompany Mrs. A. R. the Key-McCabe Funeral home I I
Meade. While there they had avery In TERWILLEGAR ACE ELEC. SERVICE
was -
Fernandina Beach with Mr. and Barnsed: and daughter, Gloria in Jacksonville.
successful fishing trip. Jones Cemetery near Callahan. MOTORS
Mr, H. E. 'Griffis and Miss j STARKE
I I ji
Mary Wilkes entertained at the I
hcme of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Grif i I THANKS A MILLIONand I Insurance Agency SUPPLIES
fis last Saturday night April 30. THE

MRS. HARRELL BENNETT, Manager with & birthday party honoringMrs. I
Griffis. About 20 guests enjoyed "MAY" will Jbe the month for the
this occasion and were FLORIDA

e PLATE LUNCHES '.eryed delicious Day Dinner refreshments.Mother's I I j i _GREATEST_ MOVIES of the Year.

SHORT ORDERSCOLD Dinner on the grounds, 'an annual -' I,

affair, will be observed at I THEATREIS :God Bless You All
Long Branch -Baptist Church 'on
Sunday, May 8, which is Moth-
Open 6 A.M. Daily Except Sunday er's Day. Rev. Percy Knight will HAPPY TO I '

deliver the Mother's Day mesSage -" .,:'i .
BRING BACK AT .. 3'A. ,, '- -., ;
and special singers have been invited ., 'a0 :.
to sing in the afternoon.The .

Southern States Construction Co public is cordially invited to I REGULAR I' ] n t

attend. There will be no Sunday I ..ri

School that morning and no services ,ADMISSION II

-IHoMES $$1395 AND Mr.Sunday and Mrs.night.Lacey Brown enjoyedthe I I I 'r I.. l Charley, Ted, Markleyann,

uPTIME car races at Jackson- rr,

LOW AS $31.16 PER MO. ville afternoon.Speedway Park Sunday. Gere and Jerome Johns .

: .
There will be no Sunday Schoolat
the Maxville Baptist Church I
Sunday 8, -U)
next morning May
Only 6f, interest. All Homes with No. 1 flooring and Mother's Day, so that everyone Q0000 Aa ,Kai.. *0 OQWed. I (Pd. PoU AdI' \'.) o6

pressure treated. Floor joist on 16" centers. can attend the annual Mother's I' ART'hCIli( FEATURES J 3"Er'

BLOCK OR NO MONEY Day Long services: Branch and Baptist dinnet Church.at the .-, Thur., Fri, I I'I I'i I ulp! Why didn't I have a good quality flooring

SHEET FRAME ROCK I See Exterior DOWN There evening.Mr. will. be Services on Sunday MAY 1113Academy i AQUA 'POOLS : put in-Such as Starke Builders Supply puts in."

and Mrs. Lacey Brownand 'Award'Winner
ELECTRICITY Finished Many daughter' Irene, and Owen j _' .
i SouthernStates '
# :
All New. All :
andPLUMBING Ways, Even Knifcht enjoyed the wrestling I Shapes NO MONEY DOWN

With Care-free latches at the Jacksonville I and Sizes _
Arena last Thursday nght.
IF DESIRED Alcoa Aluminum Little Gwen Waters of Jack-

sonville spent last weekend with !I *' Repair

Termite Shields At No Extra Cost her grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy NOTICEDue
Waters, and family I
Add Rooms .-. Carport --
We Do Repair Work And Build Any DesIgnCall The Maxville Baptist Church .
observed Baptism Sunday afternoon I
Or Write For Free I '
at Black Creek at which! to the bad condItionsof Bath Room
time Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stubbs j i

1 Southern States Construction Co. and Mrs. Ann Mosley were bap- the lumber market, we b'a AS LOW AS (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES .

A BEAUTIFUL 3-BED ROOM HOME ONLY tized.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Waters and will not buy logs deliveredto $2,000 I f )
I PHONE TODAY: 12 x 27 Size
and Mrs. Bud Waters and ,
$2393.00 FULL PRICE my sawmill until further Time To Re-roof
family of Jacksonville visited I
Keystone Heights 4305 No Money Down
,Only $49.86 per mo. for 6 yrs.--and you get many extras Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family notice.Tatum's.

I on Saturday. (Collect Calls Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs. To Pay

Ed Treadwell returned home
RAY :D. FORTH I 'last,, Friday from St. Vincent's STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

4 Phone 4307 Keystone Heights, Fla. I Hospital and seems to be recover-, Sawmill TRIEST CONSTRUCTION CO.
m; from the injuries sustainedin

'You Also 'Get Free Mortgage Insurance. 1VithSouthern J., cent,Automobile "accident.; LAWTEY FLA. P. 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights, Fla. Phone WO 4. 201 Starke, Fla.

States Quilin Raffaldt and Edward Gul-1 !

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Junior -- rI----- V V Jaycees Track Legion To Elect
BoysBaseball S t $ | Heavy Vote
f I
Meet V, V Meet Scheduled e'tr n. Goodmn.: Commander

..'or Friday! V of American Jjegion Post 56 of
Ihue \ i11 b:: a dieting for Starkc announces that the annu il

loa whoish to p'ay: baseball on The local Jaycees wLl 1 sponsor I In l Firel[ J' Primaryc' election of officer.: will be held

;Jit Junior Bjys Laseball: teams in I a countjr-Yi3e? uacK and itt ... ; '.V ,)tJ.;* mating' scheti-

tl.t? :;&m11IL r rta'cation program nctt far;:: boys; and sifls! from l 8 10: a'" 11 i" .:e f.c.i Page 11 uled for T:30 p.m. Tuesday, Ma: .,
on ui iJ'duy mofna\g. May 7, ati.st 'Ii'I 15 years of age en Friday May 6. ti i! T'4.. -, Co-imt'::S1"n ,eat. \vasjr'i'n 10. All\ numbers are urged: to

; Lii me 1)?a.t Stiect playground Ix __ .iaiung at 3:43 la ihcaltcriuon. ".f'P' t-; '72C! ToJujniKo'i.. V attend. .Renesluner.ta will be

1\ The meet,.conducted by the Hl_> For School) KoarJ! D.st.: 2: incumbent LEi vi'i

Boy; who will be 13 before ;t, V. I VXkRZLL chool 1'hysical Education) Department Powell polled: 1,711 \1) 1? j

August 5, and \vho will not be 16 __ V 4 M 00 TI and the City UecieationLk'saitment 1.15 tunning mace Lawson rolled] w.c. f U.

;t5: b::foia August 5 are eligible\: fur V V will be held en the -p 2.I.: }

uese teiimL t I". .,.'V 4 ;: ( Iliah School Athlevlc Field. The V F''l' the flt.Vt Shool Board ..
I I 1ri
)Presbyterian Church :: ", 1\ Youth Physical Fitness Week Activities Crifffvs.iix LOWING BUT TO SET A
1I.f'j : t ; ,'
: union have teen conducted I Sullivsn lost his: Comtable 1"URD-"

Sunday Church School l, 9:45: f-r :: ed ( week i DiSL 3 job to H, M. Kersey Jr [PHILLIP W. BF.MIS.CIIIIISTIAN .

4. i>i. Morning Wc.t hip. 11 a. m.. : The Jaycees will award ribbons -I b a Vote of 319 to 309. DIGEST.
A. FrI ilttfdng Joy." Yoyth Fel- to the first five places in I

:lAVihip, t 6 p. }O. vtnu.g Worship ,.. each of the many events. There : ._ _:"- '_'. z- : '-' '
"t : :_ :: ,:= : : ::::::: S.
7.:SO p ia., : 11tflC. Golden and .""lr.: will be three age groups: class A.

Tragic' I 13-15 years! ; class B, 11 and 12

Tuesday Women's Circles ;: .. yeais; class C, 810ears; with SHOP !

mitt as! fellows: loll>. 1 with Mrs / 4 everyone competing in his own

David Montgomery. 9:30: a. m. ; r lws. ; SHOP

No. 2 with Mrs. Guy Andrews 2 i --' The events will beheld In the : SHOP!

p. m. No. 3 with Mrs. Dean Ack- following order;

tr, 8 p. m.Wednday. I A' V 7 4' 1 3:45: p. m., a 100 yard dash I

: Mid-Week Pra)' rend : % standing broad jump and running Ii

Study Service 1:30: p. m % 4 broad jump; 4:15 p. m., 50 yard

Friday Men's woik night, 7 I Ip. I d4i4 dash; 4:25: p. m., 220 yard dash i Don't Buy Your_ New Car

m. Choir practice, I 8 p. m. JL.I 3 broad jumps volleyball throw ..

I : : V fur distance. and football throw I on the First Stop

II I __ for dbtance; 4:55: p. m.. 100 yard L !

Hurdles, high jump hop step and I --

V jump softball ihrow for distance.,

220 yard- shuttle relay and 400yaid ( ;

pV,_ Vc&ii V shuttle relay. GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICEV

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Social 'V V
I Around 250 parents sons, and F Jerome Griffis (center above), lion of Mr. and -Airs. Albert satisfaction.Paul BUT
representative of the Gainesville -
I guests attended the annual Griff is. of Starke, receives the DeKalb award from Curtl Mar Hutchins. Bradford Chap- social
] security office will be
advisor, introduced guests,
Parent-Son Banquet of the Starke lowe, Starke Chapter FFA advIsor (right) at the annual Par \ei '
who! included FFA ,chapter sweet- at the courthouse in Starke at
and Bradford Chapters Future ent-Son banquet last Thursday nlffht. At left l is! Paul Hutch- FOR A
9:30 12 BETTER
hearts. Haniett Powell and Ruby : a. m. on Thursday, May ,, DEAL SEE
Farmers of America in the high ad\i ior. Other award winners are I
ings, Bradford Chapter Johnson.A for the purpose of conducting social V

I school cafeteria Thursday nightof pictured In insets and included Jerome's twin brother. Royce 'i musical highlight of the pro- security business. All Interested

last week. (lower left). The two chapter president are Parri"h'and gram was a group of songs by the persons i.re, Invited to call
Dual honors went to Jerome
Gospelaires, male quartette composed at that time.
Crews. Billy
Griffis. secretary of the Starke DowlingAcross
Leonard I
of Elbert Hersey.
Chapter, who was named Star CARD OF THANKS V

Chapter Farmer and also receivedthe Annual FFA Parent-Son Banquet mond Moody Moody.Doley Hersey, and Ray- With deepest gratitude we wishto
DeKalb! Agriculture Award, express appreciation to the
r Officers of, the *ro chapters
I two of the highest honors attain- .. many friends ,and neighbors for The Street
.It"" :' able in the local chapters. The I are: their kind deeds, flowers and From Setzer's
d Is Award Studded Event I I Starke Chapter-Wayne Par
DeKalb trophy goes to the outstanding sympainy in our time of sorrow.
I rish president; Henry Harrell
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senior in vocational i -The family of Clyde W. Colson.

kisqalisin l Agriculture, lad is based on .i vice president: Jerome Griffis, u 7-" *""""'-
briefly and presented FFA Foundation erts of members brought them s. secretary; Richard Cain treasurer HiPln'TO < _

I She Her doesn't back yard InowH sunning. scholarship supervised., leadership projects., and workon I awards to: Wayne Parrish'combiied net profit of $15,500 i I I ; Buddy Jones reporter; William Sell It *, Rent It Trade IIWffl III .. THOMPSON FLORIST ST.

pipas running. soil and water conservation; during the past year, it was reiorted. -i I ) Barber, sentinel; and C. A. PHONE WO 4"'IU _
r art Allen Crews of the I 1iI'Ti't-rhiE ,
president Henry Harrell, farm mechanic; Other accomplishment;I; :Marlowe advisor. wr: W'"r;; FLOWERS!.1.uWEns -

Don't _pIa)' .around .with ,)'our Bradford Chapter, was named I and ,Royce Griffis farm electrifi- highlights included winning of ;i Bradford Chapter-Allen Crews, \ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED' .tn'WHER tfchg
Star of his The Star
Farmer unit.
plumbing! Let Freddie do it. He I cation. State Farmer degrees by three i!I[ president; Elbert Hersey, vice

guarantees the quality of his Farmer certificates and $25 i 1 Lucian Conner, representing his I members, D. Ritch Green, Terrell [president; Arthur Redding, secretary -! FOR S4i..: -

work and promise never to over checks were presented to Griffis ( brother, Doyle, presented public Green and Billy Dampier. I r I ; Nathen Green, treasurer; I MF.MORIA18 Al RESOLUTIONS ...- --.V 4 Q.t. ...r 1t'e." I :\'ew Jlrive and way used pipe.Building .Suppl1ell. _
and Crews S. L. Peek 15'
charge. Call Freddie In case of: dent of the by Florida Bank, presi-at i speaking awards and $10 checks Featured speaker at the ban Charles Crews, reporter; Lane WORDS OR LESS. O.. l...rtla. (MUlmnm CkircrtBACH __ .n iii'r.rr" foot. See Billy Jackson lengths, JackPiiIding $1.3.

to Percy Moody and Buddy' Jones. quet was James Temple, principal Gaskins, sentinel; and P. C. Suppllp .frbe I
an emergency.GH i St rke.
'I' : In appreciation of services rendered of Lawtey Junior High School, I Hutchins. .advisor. ADDITIONAL! WORD OVER :o ----- ____ ... fft We" SlX'JEn
I Wayne Parrifih. president of the j to FFA, the chapters awarded vno described the farmer as the The fried chicken banquet ,was :20: % OI! COl'\;' 0HKPEVt: I'UF.RTIO'U' Mlirf All r""I'.t'ntat/nl/ will. tip 1rACIIIXE 10 _
I Starke Chapter, emceed the program Conner 2S: <> ADimiOtAL F(*l IU.IMI AUS Hi AllsOT! PAID l''- ('(I. Monday. find Hradtord 1
'ifsnwcs : honorary degrees to lest frontier rugged Indiiduali prepared by the high school AD'IiCaWE \ Frlolll'l. For aer-
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HN :.Vtmyaifft* I which opened with invoca- : on any make
S. G. Crews, Guy Lm in America. In spite of the or machine writ
i Jim Hodges, cafeteria personnel and served by -- I rail Singer JiI&wlng
I Machine
I tion by Lawrence Griffis. Buddy j Parrish. and H. B. Ingram, principal "age of specialization and big I members of Future Homemakers HAVE a new loan program tOI 1I0l' :E FOR RENT Inquire all! 402 x. Iarlon SI. or Phone 880 Co.,
,Jones welcomed guests, and Coun- I ( farmer Loans 01 1 to I 6 year r.n Station Luke City FI'
I of Bradford High School. I operations Temple predicted I Ii of America. for tbe entire credit require tfthg Ij|I Tfchg _

[ Ct/WeffPT/C TANK f KV/fS-\\ ty Agent G. T, Huggins gave the Percy Moody and Eddie Starl- i there would always be a place for Friday afternoon, members of meats of the farmer and Lie fain Fun MILE j f Q.f, .1 To,,_ tser
I response. of ,the small farmer on the American I Ii both FFA chapters enjoyed lly. OitlneBvllle Production Cred Ri-ady mix concrete, concrete i: ....,.." CMI! S.JJr
\\mg listed( accomplishments an Association 120 ;4urtb. MainOatnexvllte block.I \.., oil :WI XO.'h,1 ) _
\ W. T. Loften. associate professor -their J tespective V chapters during i iactne. He said that farming V was "I outing and picnic supper at Kings / Fla. ifrb> 'Motnr oni'a mix fence rotk posts steel, sand oyster, cement shell. Mu'dlate' lillbi..d'PlHljO.It.IOII 2 b4na' Win. Lute...,.. Ii._
of agricultural education at 1 road that led to ultimate self- Lake.'Law'D. Uiieroek i: hdrs. 1raflp .Ider
: the past year. Supervised projtBIIs -a ley RADIO AEPAIHICD: and Roof Gravtl Phone/ 0s tie". p.y..... _
the University of Florida, talked AU ..b.. All lIe4e1e t\VO4-2S2l' Bradford Engineering 2..tonl1 err 301. Turn ruSt
V t lauovable CbVCl ';' ..... ('". tfchg '''Ad ttt'oad, Farrer. h.
Nine Drops Crawfor'd l HonieEntered U. S. A. ; hu..e ... Iarket.; ftlt
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titiftPHEHD'3 RADIO TVlaiuutt I aip 1,2_ _____
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V SundayBy Theme Of Talk 412 E. Tall St. Hhane WU 4-OV01 FOil BENT:"" 2
RADIO DISPATCHED TwoGamesDuriiig Starkr, Vim.COLONIAL Complete Tee 'Service Private room furnished ap'srtrnene. _____
bath .
Negro Man V V At Rotary Club 1r.um',," Alec carporl. fra.and .n. _
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7&SERVICE4hVTVVri! WeekLast The Lo mie Crawford Jr 'l h'ome., Benmont Tench, Gainesville at. Only Flowers) FTP.wired any Florist place.In Flowers Starke Pruning; Bracing DeMossI I Washington'Xo. Chlldrf', 41chg 401 West 512FtJ

about 'two miles northwest of | torney, spoke at the Rotary Club fur all occasions locally. Phone lag Cavity Work Tree Remoxal -| SALE Comfortable .
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Starke 16 broken WO 4 6291:! S0 S East. Nona St. tfchgr Transplanting: : troome lious. bed"m _
I Friday afternoon BHS losta on Highway was i Wednesday in observance of Law J'1hlil 607 Alton Poad.
: WO
4-2 game to Lake City behind into last Sunday'afternoon : Day U.S.A, This annual observance FOR HENT-Furnished apartfllt'IItR. Sapp's Tree Surgeons ; ,1143. 4tp5l; _

the four-hit pitching ot Marty aiid around $45 mostly V in one : is designed to offset.the. reg. Reasonable rates. Near PETE SPPr Owner and ron lime ALI: -- Chicken fertilizer

I Crosby. The Tornadoes led 2-1 dollar bills was taken by an unidentified -, ular May; Day communist demonstrations -, shopping WO 4-0771 center.evening Phone or WO call at'..21111Cor 213S. STARKE PHONE WO 4-SM5'I 1'.. Alfalfa spread hit)". J.on B.YOur White tarm. AI. _____ __

until the fourth inning when a i Negro man. that are held in many Cherry St. (Shell OH Co. Office) \\0__ 4.1551. *"-hr phone 5/12
walk and two hits and an error V The Crawfords returned home I I parts of the world. I tfchg Jo"OP. RENT -
V -In
l led to the Lake City margin of about 4:15: and saw the Negro Describing law as second onlyto I 13 Clt'droom home,KpYBtone unfurolahed Height

SALES victory. Bill Powell was the lead- !leaving the house by way of a the ministry in its importance HASTINGS.lIATrRESS. o'tr I l. cka to Lake Geneva. Rent 5GO.:
I IntorrnUlon
.:jg hitter for Starke with two i ndow. Mr. Crawford. went into :on the lives on mankind Tench. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS KPVutne lisights 147)phone evening
Stchg.tMBLTIOVs ,
t 5,11
nits in four times at bat. His big the house for a gun lnd the : reviewed the development of the 110 Lemon J t. Palatka
blow was.a two-run double in the Negro ran along the highway in I'Jury system from the earliest :" WOMEN

V third inning* the direction of' the. State Farm. I I days of "trial by ordeal" and Furniture Repaired, Upholstered I AVON I b for ambitious women,

Tuesday afternoon Green Cove Mr. Crawford gave chase in his( "trial by combat" to the present & Refinished u\ilc--e customers in your neJb-

c_ RCA v liCTOR : *t& I Spring: scored an unearned run car and the Negro_ cut across the i time when.. a man is tried toy "a MATTRESSES REBUILT hours.boihood.Write J30.J40 weekly. Spare

m the top of the 12th Inning to v.-oods. The Sheriff's office was jury of his peers." He said that I ; Oulda C. Sweat.

STEREO RADIO [ WOodland SERVICE ON down BHS 54. Marty Crosby re- notified, and dogs put on his I the jury system is found in every' New Innersprings t P,_O. Box 540. Live Oak, Fla.

I 3AUS REPAIRS: 4-6901 ALL MAKES neved BUr Jackson in the fourth tll>U, but the man apparently entered (country where the people still enJOY and Box Springs !; Rr.tL EI'IT.\TE'

..-------- ------------ inning with: the score tied 3-3. In a swamp and the dogs lost V the four freedoms. Countries .Drop U. a Card or Call I' "al.eee4. fI'.011 heal f..I. II., lIIe "Ju' III

I the top of the fifth Green Cove tie, scent. I that are under dictators do not I A. J, TffOM.U E.tate.
SHEPHERDV\ scored a run and led until the The Negro was described as have these freedoms and do not P..LATK.69166: v For Expert Tree Surgery Call Oiu I 20a: Tei.pI..- "....... Tel. \\0 4-$111

bottom of the seventh.In bout five feet eight inches; i I have the right of trial by jury, STARKE WO 4-5834 Agent I-'OR RF.XTwdroom .

--lNBf.\lA J\ .:...Q!' p- V _11 X E. CAU. T4RK... the seventh, Harvey Tanner weight about 150-160 pounds; 25- I{ the speaker said. MRS. PEGGY SHAJLLER, Stark. 224 N. Temple Phone0 4-3963 t "HerSOn Rd. Phone WO !I-675.house on

filed out to the center fielder. 30 years of age; and wearing ashort He stressed the importance of I I Uehg
r lommy Clark singled and stole sleeve light blue sport shirt jury service as the foundation AgentEER "OR SALE 12 ft. Penn-Tan IIX' CITY POUND Brown male

second base. After Bill Powell and dark blue pants: upon which our present system of I TOO LTB TO OIV boat with windshield and wheel.. I ,I.av!rm.n! by police dog. Owner may

SECURITY GUARANTY struck out, James Fender singled Reddish would like to talk' to i iI I' law is based. KVEMNU CLASSES: for adulla., All Mm. Robbio Shaller: W04-5934. oLd board.payIng Contact advertising COlt
tfcbg City Police
I COMPANY I and C'ark scored to tie the game I '.'.e' occupants of a 1959 or 1960 i iI I I The speaker was introduced by Uireciur uubjrtta., Box Credit J1JO If, Starke wanted., or Write call Itcfag

at 4-4. I I dark. blue Chevrolet that passed I program chairman Harry Rabb. WO 4-3071, or visit! Adult Education FOR. SOT RENT 3 bedroom bungalow J.OST-In'
Lafayette St Call Ja 'k- Lake
area _
Incorporated Neither team threatened until I'' on the highway about that time I Office, L'SO Bldg. for additional 'onvlllo KV t-nogj) tfehgro Tel rlu. white with black b Toy
information. tfchg Named
the 12th when, with one man out. I and may have gotten a good look SOFTBALLSCHEDULE t xu HR.nD-XEW >niTiorii \ .-"": '. Pete. Reward Phone "ottchg

OFFERS Crosby issued his only walk to at the Negro. He said that information T4H.OR MADE DRAPERIES OH arm' Of This Fine 3' netIraafttrrrrd. -
from the in .'n-e labor. Mr*. Peggy *haller. 20SI rHbI :iIe..ry ..11...." lIat.. Bees 1 W.\NTiO: Qualified
stole second and. elperlenced
Price persons
Ken Pl'1ce. I .-.:. Ad kins St. phonft WO 4-5SJ4 tfchgtf'hg lad bookkeeper.
I : Ottering Theiraratoga II'ellf'l1t:
on an attempted steal of third j this: car might be helpful in locating I S HelKbl' II... At A Total i l working hour. WhIle pay.p Good Pox
the intruder. Prier Than It Mold Fee 4 IranK Po:!:;.C','Bmrke:
Tornado catcher, Fender )
tile In the only softball games FOR RENT-Two bedroom lake ,. Beside The Prrmaarat fonlrurtloa. Ii| *tp
made baa throw to third, which fr"iit home on Kingsley Lake. Completely i 1'.0"
Y2 % a 'stated that Mr. Sapp hid behind played last week Garden Restaurant furnlihed. Available to The Hem fitters At.arge fe'll 8ALF-8lrawLerrlpl lOc pint
Lane Clark and the win- I Carport, And Fairs Large pk'k th m.'ealey
escaped Crews
June Call WO 4-4201, i-it.
Carl Johns.
scored. Crosby then' the counter and caught theyouth's beat Company C 12-3 and l Illlilr. He.. With AU FacllHir j 1._Pc..1 U. Lawtey. 'in'OR 1:."
rung run was .... .ialomatlp Wanhlag. The Large II I --- --
In the act. :Mr. Sapp
fanned the next two batters. j 'Waldo beat the Lions Club 16-8. l.ul la Very Hell Laadaeaaed A adreared. f REXT--i room tlnturnillhed
states that this is not correct. The I houle. Also
Featurel I S
PER ANNUM I Tommy Clark was the leading He says he did not hide behind1 Alter five games. Camp Blanding WANTED : That .H8S: fach OatktaadlBg WUI J'au'I... I p"rlmL-nt ::11I& .rOOm.... Water unfurnished St. Jtp a'
I hitter for Starke picking up 'and Garden are tied .for first Is. Imwedlatr Orrupaarv .. Offered,
two $20 .
the counter but placed Ind ". Hate The Key. I'** OtC FOR
11 hits In six times Lake
of their panlf'1
!nree Property Pupplea. -
in Place 4 I Ivor Family Tw laveitlgateIbl A.KC. }lfg1tee4
bills in ace
a conspiciou's Cn. Slrrd.
INVESTMENTCERTIFICATES I \t bat. Clark's average for the ; Oalfttaadlaa Be". ,Phone WO 9-till.. IOU Butler
30 More
reason Is .445. Harvey Tanner'II the cash register after he suspected Schedule for this week: or II. ('. U \1.1.aX; ('V lip
Thursday May 5. C ".\fiR'" nIna BROKKH: ,
Company -
I and Junes Fender were 2 for 6. | that money was being taken -!' Acres :iiO U (all M.Vint \\O4-4'Oi Ilrflg TRAILER
vs Waldp at 7 and FOR SALE11'
m.. Camp
afternoon at 5:30': least 600 "mhHlm
Thursday from it. 4 With at -SV f'lI'an 'U5. Lake
.Starke will meet Green Cove Blanding vs Garden at 9 p. m. '' a Home of Your Own Small t.e"a Trttlfr p rkmile SouthKfW .
After leaving the bills- in the Friday May 6. Waldo vs Garden feet on lake. I.wn payment l.alan.-e like rent. -ass >ne Height on Highway
I Springs in the first round of the!' \'i tlosing Cspeflsee. W. II. N6IJman.HI isowIR
Conference Tourna-1 register, he returned to. the storeand ; at 1 p. m., and Lions. vs Com F. HERMAN ; X Cherry St -tfchgrOR _Itp
Keystone : : $; .\LB-StfawherVl .
nent. being held on Harris Field ,. found that they were gone. pany C at 9 p. m. PHONE: :SP 1-2001 ton pick thrn J. W. "Guklu 25* quart,

This i is not a formal offering which i is made only by I in Gainesville.: I He then notified the Sheriffs 'off f Monday. May 9, Company C Route 4, Box 5fl3 J 2 bedroom RENT OR house.SAL Also-lnrurnlllh'l :!V 9flt "t srllr e. 'ttrbg P.t.

prospectus furnished \ I have the information record t's Blanding at 7:30: p. m. I -": rtml'nt. W. H. Xollman 510 N' ---
on request. May Starke's now FOR
Although fice and the boys were arrested JACKSbX\lLE FI.\. (.n..rry St. tfchg'CR SU.E-IO acre. of land, fenced
Tuesday. May 10. Blanding vs
offered? stands at two wins and nine I! and pecan tr ea. t mile W. of
expressed'alter questioning indies! ted their Waldo- at 7 p. m., and Lions Club Lawiey on nd. U& A. D. Dobbs,
Lsses. Coach Francis, / nEXT Two bedroom turn-I .Sowlev.
NAMEADDRESS.-___ .______ -____________--___ ____ confidence ,that his team would I, naplieation. ts Garden Restaurant at 9 p. m'l FOR S\LE-Jer ey cow will freshrn .1t.Hi house. Adillta only. 2tp 6-12
-, .' -, .. ,' . thU month. 6 mL South on 401 t-fls2. tfcbg RCA (.X SOLE %1" Tel lsOB| .

______.___--____. ___________ S3 games to .the the finals.boys have In the played past three good,' ,- ,- : --. .. :: ----... --- -JLJIi :-. '-- -Mm Phil Studer Itp Equity in 3 bedroom house in Star- !I! !Beautiful hom.
-: I S FOR SALE-21" l"lWof RC.TV.? .: etor Sale. Call Milton Mother WO ,.. Orinigal roam $550. any
-i will
CITY_______ -___-____________________-_____ ball but lost some, tough games. I table model with swivel table. Mah..gany. -' t-ilfll for particulars SIp 5-12 'I.IIh. % Horse motor ITStt.take; I 4'i m.
P. K. Yonge. .which is one of the STARKE ROLLER RINKLocated Harold Epp, WO59'i! ,! i" elertrl l > band( ea?- needs work,
PHONE NO. : I favored teams defeated Starkein i'ler 5pm. Itchg PIANO FOR BALE -ltd Edward.. : odd chair D Tlne, Lawter
-------- ------------------------- Dt.uglatt phonl'1'0.7955 2tp Sal:; I Fla, Inquire Standard
Offer Limited To Residents Of Florida Only. two games 7-G and 3-2. At Legion Fairgrounds FOR) BENT-Furnished bouH, tile I *")". Oil Sta-UpHOUSE
ron RENT-PurnUbed 2 and
twith redecorated Inside and out.
Fans are urged to support the .
(12 Lake St. Adult. only. Mrs. A. .ah apartment Private entrance
SECURITY GUARANTY COMPANY team in this conference tourna- F Sauls. $:j HcMahone St. Phone ror' couple.! 514 West Madison St. FOR RF; ''f-s bedroom.

ment. Nightly -7:30: 10:30: P. M. I WO 4-iJ44. tfchg Up partly furnished about S miles out
V .V ,V I 0'1 Raiford Highway.' W$ month.
215 W. Ashley Street Jacksonville, Florida V II FOR RENT-Lot to park one ,trail- furnished fOR REXT apartment-dark No. Alt t :3 eondl-room Willie Mae John IU. W. Call St.
Correction Iatine s'Saturday and Sunday I f on. One mite out on Raiford Up 5-12
Phone EL 4-7858 EL4-7859 V ion, shady lawn. Adults. P/essent -
-. Highway.: Millard Jndd. phone WO "
Box WO
R.l. 440. phone 4-2S81.
2 to hand 4'10.6 P3L 4-5S51.
YOU MAY START YOUR INVESTMENT V .In, a'pre.vious.article about two SPECIAL PRICES TO CHURCH GROUPSV I V tchg 5/19 tfchg 'I3UM, bath. garden room, flowers.furnished ISO **

UP TO $23,000 local youths taking money fromWilllm .. -_ FOR S-\LE--One 14' ft boat, mot mo Phone WO .4"5. Mrs Mae
LL3 . _. -- _- h In
: : : dO" 1VAN7D: WAITRESS Apply II or and trailer. Reasonable. Ttltpboce Joriaa. J Uu .E. Highway K
Sapp'sStore, it was --. .. -- .. .. -- ,. .- -. .-- .q -: person at $lu*.Chip DrlT In. ltp WO 4-7574 or WO 4-9091 Up i turn rlzht. ltcll.co




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s. Keystone-: ,Heights :1 ; :; : : r' .

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS S Sny Senior Nine "MELROSTUy j rJz1: ',0 : ..

r r
s q \ f To Open Season 't"h__ ,!
.'Iar K. Scliaelfrr juice KuUiiumuicr S
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The Keystone Heights Senior ,

; 1 Rase.call: Team will open their tLAa.AU.aa.aaaa.sa..&a

Schcol Year Drawing To Close (win. Glen Few Daniel Hinck league season with a doubleheader On April 26, Sara Baldwin observes -

The students at Keystone I(Leslie Ann Beam. Johnny Muir. q .- ___ at Florahome on Sunday her twelfth biithday by

Heights Schcol are well into theirs !: !\d Dianne Thomas. Ctit May 8, at 2 p. m.,The first game Aimauung members of her Girl _

:., six-week period and the year I We regret that we have no data will! b2 with Doctors Inlet and .Stout troop with a weiner roast

wiil soon -be over. Some of them icu the fifth grade. Perhaps. we the second with Orange Park. 11 the home cf her parents Mr,

have; done veiy well as we shall vast have it next week. 1 On the pitching staff for, Keystone -nd Mrs L. O. Baldwin. ThoseEnjoying _.

sit in- the next paragraph but Sixth grade: Renee Belote. P are right-handers Armored the occasion with Sara

for others who are "on the' Jane McMuitry, and Carol War- Rivers Charlie Foster, Harold included Becky Mathews Charlotte -
Icnce": this last period mean : Curtis McGee and left-
may en.Seventh Ridauiht !( Addison, Joyce Johnson Hil- MELROSE SCHOOL ADDITIONPictured f .
the difference between progress- grade: Carol Stephen- pw hander Edwin Johns. The catch- Wise, Betty Jean Cross Connie

ii.g or repeating a grade. In talking i scn: Kathy Williams and Steve .ng staff consists of Joe Johnson' King, Wanda Tyer Sandra above U the new The students swept and cleaned
with Mr. Cherry we were' Snackleford. and Buddy Goodyear. !
Jcnes, Wilma and Carol Gardner dressing room building recently ,ou; the rooms and moved in
;1 ked to impress parents E.hth grade: Reba Hall. Cheryl K-Club Coon Wilson 'manager of the
upon neophytes look one an- lurid Schaeffer, :Mike Lovoin, and Sara's brothers, Lloyd and. built at the Melrose High School. The facilities
this important fact so that they Cherry, Roberta Sibley Jimmy I l'e- team, hopes that a large number,i'Brent. Decorations and refreshments last Thursday. new
The facilities
in turn might Impress their chil- McMurtry. Herbert Nelson. Jr.. ST.SS.SSr 1'::.mm1 Thompson BIlly Carnes of Keystoners turn out for the earned the 1'i. a dressing ate a big improvement over the
troop coins room with showers for both boys .
dren. raid John Allen. Left to right! Eric Redfearn, John Allen; and herbie Nelson. first game of the season.A green' and gold. ::.nd girls and offices for the smaller dressing rooms in the :

Boys? and girls who were on the Ninth grade: Dianne Brokas. schedule;of additional.games Mrs. Edna Cooper left Mondayfcr ,.,coaches. gym that were preiously'used-'
Honor Roll for the 5th six-week Bob Jackson. Marvin Gordon will be announced next week. her home in N. installed
Westfleld J.
,I The new structure cost around .Hot water has yet to bemi'i 1
follows ourth Tcmmy Thompson and Alec
tuiod are as : after a visit in Melrose. Mrs.
Ginger Bleasdale Nancy Livingston.The 18,000.
Cooper is the daughter of I* M.
Cherry. Dottie Hardenbergh. Connie community and the students held high 'score for first prize: rtarsall.

Byrd. Sigrid Purcell. Marcia at Keystone School are anxious Mrs. C. L. Sipe won second prize; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams and

to express their apprecia while Mrs Charles Wallemus got children David Stephen, Wanda'!
Richard Purdy, Rox-
Haberstroh, I tlon for the work done by the the consolation, prize. E
nra Valldejuli. Jacqueline God- county commissioners on the new Out-of-to.wn) guestII'a! Mrs. irom Melrose to Gainesville last :..1111\\I!; IBM III1'

fuotball field. The field will be Fled Olds, .of Chicago fister-in-; -

r ready by fall. Also on Monday of t law of hostess Mrs. James Cook. week.Mr.. and Mrs. L. O. Baldwin and .

: I Unwantp l Hair I !'his week, the foundation was be- The hostesses had decorated and three children, Sara' Lloyd
.,. I
'. for the class-rooms to
un new
the club with Spring flowers and Brent spent the Easter hole :
Removec \ Lc ready next fall. One will be a $7.50 Per lO -Lb. Cylinder GAS
t :mostly violets and eerythingas rays visiting friends in Brewton i
MEDICALLY fully equipped science laboratory: ; nost attractive for this lovely ;2nd Cvark Ala. I

APPROVED Sock Hop Features party. Rev. M. H. [Bill! Breyfoglepent :NO INSTALLATION CHARGE

METHODS Cadio Personality Summer Recreation Board Meets this week at Camp Weed.
j <
ji t: Local teen-agers are looking The summer recreation board Mrs. Mildred Worley elementary -

Edmund i, k forward with much anticipationto --.---- >onsisting ;"of a representativefrom teacher at Melrose School !i Delivered Anywhere Within 10 Miles
1 1i five of Keystone's civic organizations 1 presented Melrose School at
Barbara Wheeler
i Fri ay evening. May 6, at These are cheer-leaders out of Cheiry,
DWYERELECTROLOGIST!. uniform. had an. organization the Florida Education Association FOR FURTHER DETAILS CALL
iiich time the Keystone Heights I |I Mary Ann Schaeffer, and Nancy
: :aeetins Monday night. Convention in Miami Beach April
School Junior Varsity Club will j Left to right; Dianne Brokas. :
Tel. FR 2-8039 hold a "Sock Hop" at the Community I i Reba Hall. Roberta Sibley,: Cheryl Sutton Officers for this year are: Marts :0-23.: She ,reported a wonderful REDFEARN'SPh.4252Keystone
i Martin [Rotary Clubl chairman -
ail Appointment Church Educational time.Dr.
; Rosemary Daurer, [Cof C] and Mrs. Louis Bailey of -
107 W. l'ni\erslty Ave'Suit 204GAINESVILLE Building The main attraction: School Initiation
Keystone secretary; Kitty McGlave.., [Jr. Nathalie. Va. were recent visitorsof Heights! Fla.
: FLA. will I be Bobby Dee from the "Big "
Woman's. Club] treasurer; Carl their relatives Mr and Mrs.
members were required
I Heights Schoolwas The new '
The Keystone toothbrushes Duncan; [Lions Club league representative R. L. Smith on Swan Lake.
I the scene of what appearedto to bring brooms ,1! Miss Lillie Beckham.
; and Barry Wyman residing
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERSIN I : be a Beatnik convention on lemons and ridiculously eggs as- !PTA) equipment and transport- \vith her brother and sisterinlaw ----
weii to dress -- --
Wednesday: April 20. but actual- as ---- -
I gota ation. ; Mr. and Mrs.. Sam Beckham. I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSEfrecth'e II lv it was the neophyte membersof While Principal Cherry's car celebrated her 81st birthday last
Junior rather inadequate scrubbing Plan;, were made for financing

Varsity the Club.Membership newly-organized. with tooth brushes the basketball the program; publicity, equipment Sunday. Relatives and friends '' -
frcm and far attended. i'fDAlf
: May 12,. 1960 the provisions of Town,Ordinance is limited fo those court was fairly well :swept. 'needs, program direction storage Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. :, : qJ 'Voth") en ,
I : / 1. -
and girls .who gotletters ,,The eggs were either thrown ,at .
No. 71 requiring the .innoculation and licensingof boys [Continued On Next Page] "t/ .
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'T tt. fJ.fJ& 9'
last fall for football and, cheer- :''iritiales.! or swallowed, raw by I .
dogs will be placed in full force and effect. To addition of a
i :..dimt. With the I few].
avoid penalties, dog owners are requested to have 'Oth rade next semesterthe I I
All .in .all, it was a hilarious McKAY AT KEYSTONE
club will be known :as the''Variitn -
their dogs innoculated against rabies and to make the school. I
I day at
prompt application. for. license to the Town Clerk.M. .. I. Club.) -- li\KK GENE\-Lakefront home'' in ;A, beautiful getting,. Give the Gift %

-., L. Beasley, Mayor Ape" 1W.: A, p.J.r; JRadio,Station Den ;2'Local .EentertainedMrs. SBR,' IRS DR. Fla. Room 2' baths bn ,t-ln': EJeVfric kitchen, t. *- *< *-- *

7f in Jacksonville. Bobby 'will. emcee Ladies : Central heat double carport;; fctoragel. room, concrete driveway .
Mrs. that will Keep-
Camille Stewart
..: It
.fi .
> .l5oo., Financing arranged
tne festivities on Friday evening. FrankM. :
Margaret Tracy,' and Mrs. : '
will begin;at 7 p. m.. ,Jr., were guests ,of
McKINNEY GREEN DEATON Tne party Wahath. ( PARADISE LAKE Good beach lob of trees. Title Insurance

And will fold up at:H p..m. :Mrs. Ray Chance at a luncheonS I $1500. Terms. l t on Giving EveryDay ....

REALTORS Admission will be 40c for stag; : .ven: by the Green Cove Springs J
Naval Officers' Wives' Club .at.1 2 niL CB. Large LR, K, Dining space, carport storage room. t the .
be in
FLA. fcOc drag. Tickets may purchased -
the Base Commissioned Large corner lot pretty view across to lake. $10,500. Terms.
from members of the Jr oIficers'l
Varsity Club. Proceeds will go for a delightful covered-dish meal. sat ;,ti Year
Phone GR 5-2981 or 5-5172 the athletic program.Get the ladies were entertained,:with:a''II R.. ReRaetmbecMatAe

Your Tag On Tag Day ,,:kit presented by the Clay County -, Heights 3071-2391.4151 .alr + ..a t JEIuEiLtd
: rr
W1NJF.RED H. CRAWFORD, Associate, Public Health .Nursing Advisory :
Saturday May 7, will be "Tag Council which featured nursing ; Melrose GRanite 5.2968
!)ay" lor the Clay County Memorial .
services available in the coun-

wLl Hospital be at the Auxiliary.Post Office Collectors all- I I ty. There was a pictorial display .: DISHWASHER
C. J. "PETE" O'CONNORReal Offi :
were iof( nursing activities in the
day. Last Year's receipts cers' Club lobby. Mrs. Chance is TINY COVE RESTAURANTUnder -
vied to' buy special equipment
member of both the Officers'Club :
Estate and Appraisal Service tor the hospital nursery. and the Advisory Council. I ( New :Management)

I, Mrs. Alma Frost will be Tag- Duplicate Results iMr I Rt. 100 -1 Mi. E. Keystone Heights Ph. 4176 I FREE HOME TRIAL

Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights I Day chairman. and Mrs. Louis ,Kyle -held I
Of InteretI
to --- t"Bud"1Anthony !''the high[ score at the close pf the FEATURING SANDWICHES
PHONE 4297 I Mr. and Mrs. A. Ust meeting of the Keystone: I You It
It Before
Jr., are the proud pare 'Height Duplicate Bridge Club I "CHICKEN DRAFT Let Her Try Buy
born on I
LISTINGS WANTEDOn -its of a third daughter Thursday evening. April..28.. Sec !
21 ,in the Ala-t'l I
rhursday, April ; Mrs. BASKET" BEER
held by i
o.cl high score was > -
Gaineslle. -
Hospital in
lakefront Property .- Improved and Unimproved .:ua. General child who was, named ,i'Edith Larsen and lrs. Nan Hop For Only

Residential Farm and Business Property.WE :Sueree The,Ann weighed 8 Ibs 3 ,oz.\i\!'cms. For the benefit ,of ,newcom- ,! FOOD AND BEER TO GO d
the Duplicate. ,
to Keystone I
daughter \
HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND at biith. Mother and club has .asked that we report'j Phone 4176 1 I 3.00
and doing nice- 1I
at home now I
INVITE YOUR LISTINGS.( I iut i U.e meetings are ,held every.j 1I
Open Sun., thru Fri. 12 :Noon ;- 11 P.M. I 1 -
ly.Mrs. Delegate':Thursday evening at 8 p. m., in i I -- *- er week .
Convention .
: Cooper
I I j ",
Masonic Hall. SATURDAY 10
the A.M. II P.M.
repre-I : I I
H. Cooper :
Mrs. Emery woman's..CWbTuesday :
At |
s:nted the ladies of St. William'sAltar Annual{Fine Speaker April 26. was the re- 1; Proprietors: William Beam, Darrell Davis 1 I .

Society at the 30th j mOnthly> covered-dish and! Everett Fox. Charles. McGIave
This the St. Augustine -, ;ular '. _
Convention ol i
State i, J
Keystone .
Diocesan Council of Cath-i' program meeting at Club.the The'pro-jj, Ii IiII !
held at :Heights Woman's
which was ;
olic Women in charge of the Garden I 1I
,Jack- gram was >
iteansi the Robert Meyer Hotel of the"Woman's ( 4 --:
Tuesday'! Club division I .
sonville., on Monday
of last week. The !''Club.: 3WAYPROTECTION
and Wednesday
Guest'speaker was
k! theme of the meeting this year"I I of Gainesville. Mr. Mixon ,
and Peace. Mixon 'A} II ;

The was:ladies Truth of the Unity Parish of Christ:!,who Camellia is a member Society of and the American of theMen's /' \ I >'.

:the King Church in I Garden Club of Gaines N I ,
were the hostess group told'the ladies of 'thecare ; You Can :
Above, moon; enJoyedbreakfasa" luncheons .

Beneath the roof of your darkened placeof Cooper. meetings, .and fashion I and Hostesses raising for of the camellias.day were Mrs. I. t UNCHAINHer; from

business,)'our day's cash receipts; I El ows. ', J. R .Smith. Mrs. J. H. ,Tullis. I the

Out of the murk, the flashlight of a thief. Interesting Demonstration Home.Meeting and Miss Anna McCullough. at no extra cost:4': : I KitchenSink .
Give Party
Three Hostesses ..
about service to Tuesday. April 26, the Keystone Mickle., Mrs. Arthur .Ji" j !
:Ask our designed Demonstration Council he1'0&tess'to' I, Mrs. Henry

help you avoid this risk: Home Clay1 County Home:Marterng.. and Mrs. James dessert, Cookn'ere 1. MOTH PROOFING : I
Joint hostesses at a .
hostess tothe Clay County Home Woman's ,Club % I :
I at the
Demonstration Council.: The card party No plumbing alterations me new convertible Hot
meeting was held; in '.the- Clay 'oa Wednesday.te- the ladies had eaten delicious point Dual-Cycle Dishwasher on wheels- Rolls to..,

I This Electric Conference Room. There dessert of angel-food cake. the 'table for loading to, the Sink for washing -

a delicious luncheon followed 3. BUILT-IN DEODORANT New 16-min. cycle for utensils. Mother
was lice i cream. and strawberries they Maple Top -
demonstration I .
eUR' NIGHT *by an Mrs.interesting Essie Thompson the I proceeded to play bridge or can ? I will love. it! ". *..
by : 15 tables at play.
IIleallSDEPeS1TeRY economist Mrs ita. There were I

Thompson HEAhome demonstrated the use I Mrs.Watkins A. C.were Holt dessert and guests Mrs. Roy but' :-\SAVE; UP TO 20% I 'We Service'Everything- Sell", ,

I of washing machines and dryers.I _
SAFETY! did not play cards.
how' especially;
Sne also showed I| Assisting the hostesses were With CASH and CARRY i "
dainty clothing and electric blan- .
1 John Karges, Mrs. J. A. Wil- !
l, kets could damage.be washed and' driedlthoti" I Hams: and Mrs. Huel Holloway. RED F EAR N S ?

f Mrs. Ray Starnes was the winner : .
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Cub Pack 305 News of the first prize for Bridge.
Den 1 of Pack 305 is hard at I whil Mrs. J. A. Williams won KEYSTONE CLEANERSPhone :
work the production of a play
Member F.D.I.C. to be given at the next Pack: second prize. Mrs. Mabel Husbands Ph. 4252 ,. ,Keystone Heights

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community meeting i in St: Anne's parish was 'given:the-Bridge-eon-. 3121., Keystone. '..Heights .

Keystone Heights Fla. I House on May ,20. ,The public is :isolation I ; prize. -

:sivited. We have no report:from i I For Canasta Mrs. David:Nelson .


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'AaAAaaaaaaaaaAaaaaaaa a in-law, Mrs. Ernest v. WidegrenSr. to be distributed among the patients -I ice from making music. rfTfTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTfm P CARD OF THANKS

KEYSTONE of Glen Cove, Long Island, at Chattahoochee. Your Speaking of broken bones, itseems FACTORY PRICES ,. .
N. Y. Mrs. Widegren Sr is visiting discarded: periodicals may thus to be a fad around Key- MELROSEContinued The many kind expressions of

her son and daughter-in-law I be put to good use stone. Herbie Nelson Is sporting AAA"&A&&aAa&"AAA'' comfort and sympathy in the loss

HIGHLIGHTSContinued Mr. and Mrs Ernest Widegren Community Church NotesAt s cast on his left hand. while of our Mother !is v't\" <
and family. Butch ( from Preceding Page) deeply appre One Quart ib Ea J
AAaaaaAAaAAa &&a&&aAAa. the morning service on Mo- Fox has one on his right FREE
ciated. The Family of Mrs. J .
CHURCH NEWS ther's Day May 8, there will be hand. It seems Siey received their L. 0, Baldwin were Mr. and Mrs. L.j or Gallon One yon buy. 4
( from Preceding Page) St. Anne's Episcopal Church special music including a selec- I respective; injuries simultaneous- Bill Deen and daughter, Delores, Williams. I
The Senior Choir will not meet tion by the Children's Choir. (;', but are reluctant to discuss it. of Bunnell. I

facilitiesand. the recreation program. this Saturday. May 7. The Junior The officers and teachers of the David Schaeffer has a broken left Winners of the Melrose Duplicate I!I Prices Start at $2 qt.-$5.95 Gal.l..A l.o ,

I Choir will sing at this Sunday's 'Sunday School will meet on thumb too the result of a base-' XOTICE TO DKFRXI) j
The 8-week summer recreation service. Tuesday ball at school. : Bridge Club last week were, In (',.....It Court, Ilradford Co.ntr.Florida MARY CARTER PAINT
is to all girls and I :May 10. at 7:45: p. m. in injury : :E.t. Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss STORE
program open I I
: Chancery
Sunday May 8. is Episcopal the Educational Building. .Also, we made a mistake when. ;
boys of school age in Keystone Young Sally: Mansfield: 2nd Miss Iva George; T. Denham, Plaintiff, vIII( 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
Sunday and we said that 1
The Cottage Bible Study and Georgia Murrhee had
Heights The board hopes to be Hillyer and Mis. Edith Larsen: Wiggins Denham, Defendant, .'
the services will _be conducted in :Prayer Service will meet at the broken her toe when actually it NO TICK "APPEAR
3rd. Mrs. Mildred
able to add additional activitiesthis ? t Spires and Mrs. 1e
thEir entirety by the Young Peo- was Georgia;:: Wolfe. Mrs. Murrhee : Wiggins Denhain
Personage:: on Wednesday, May 11,
II :iJary Pearsall, The Bolivia Winer Whose residence and address is Un- :
Year There: will be little league ple of the Church. 7:30 I asked to write retraction :.":. -:.... ::::. -. ,- '__< ___ ,: ., _< : ; -
at : p. m. The study will be on us not a was Mrs. Helen Foster. known. !: > : :::"' :';;-_;;;:;;:_ #'':;'; ;'
and pony league baseball for Cub Pack 305 committeemen Uie second Chapter of James. because people had been "so I j I Toe are hereby notified that a'
boys age, 10 to 15. and arts andcrafts I I High School students at Melrose suit for Divorce has been filed af.alnst -
tetherball! shuffleboard.tennis c'IU meet May 8 at 4 p m. in the First Baptist Church I nice and considerate" to her because I:F hool took achievement tests : you in the above named ]
Parish House to discuss plans for Monday night, May 2. there I of the supposed injury, anddidn't last week. Court and cause and you are required -
!, volleyball badminton and to serve a copy of your answer -
tiie May Pack meeting on the I was a meeting of the Deacons and want to "disappoint" them. ,
or pleading +he Jon
Report cards complaint I Don't
boiling tot girls and boys of were given out Baby Sit
20th. All Den Mothers are urged I Finance committee at which fu- We hope that folks will be "nice last week at the Plaintiff's Attorney Mack
school. age. School. S. Futch p O. Box 547 Starke. Fla. ,,,
Additional information and to give their advancement reports tire plans for the Church were and considerate"_' .to Mrs. Wolfe'! Chicken Supper and file the original In the office'' nn(
to the Advancement chair- discussed. The same evening the l:OW. The Melrose of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Can't Sew. .
schedule of activities will be reported man. Boys who will be 8 years old Harriett Kelly Class of Sunday I II Mr and Mrs. Vogt Powell arrived Methodist Church on or before the 16 day of :May, .j jj:
in this column within the I will have a fried chicken supPer 1960* 'otherwise the allegations of''
by September 1, are invited to School met at the home of Mrs. m 'Keystone Heights on said I Iontt'Sed
next its peeks, Friday, May 6, from 5:30 until Complaint wil be taken as I Don't Make Music
the Pack meeting on May 20. Elbert Altman. Friday afternoon to spend the ( by yon. i
The next recreation board 7:30 at the Educational Buildingof This notice shall be published ,
District Meeting of the Third I j i Tuesday morning, at 10 a. m., reekeud with Mr. and Mrs. John the Church.Reservations. tcnce each week for four consecunlive
meeting will be held Wednesday District of the Episcopal Church-\!the Young Matron's circle met Bird. The Powells were en route weeks In the Bradford County t M I t But-I-Can Really

May 11, at 8 p. M. women. Diocese of Florida will ;[at the home of Mrs. Tommy Mil- from their Texas home to visit;: map be made and Telegraph. -
tickets' Paled
Brownie 229The bought by calling GRanite this 7 day of April, 1960. :<
Troop b meeting for the lican.Wednesday be $1.25 for I
place Church in Melrose at 10 o'clock I morning at 10 a. recently, they had lived in Okinawa CHARLES A. DARBY, '
adults and .75 for 'I.
$ children
Brownie. Family Night Supper has un- Clerk of the Circuit Court I .
ia the morning. ,m., the Nell Pearce circle met at where they were very good .tfer! ten years of age. BY Marian L. Crosby, .,
been changed from St. William'srecreation
Classes for Layreaders will start j{[the home of Mrs. E. J. Fallin.Fcllow'ng friends of the Bird's who also i uses Deputy Clerk ;
hall to the Woman's the week of. May 8th Please if the Prayer Meeting on lived there. 4114: 4t S'5' 1 1I
A book
study "The
on Mission
Club- The supper will be held on :you are interested give Boston I
your Wednesday evening, the Church Miss Addie Bowden of t
of the Church in Town andCountry"
Friday, :May 20, at 6 i .
p. In. came to the Senior Warden Mr. Conference was held. Mass., is spending this month -- -
Party For Mrs. Widegren Arnold Larsen. All Durrent Lay- Thursday afternoon at 2 p. m.. with her friend Mrs. L. E, Harris Methodist was given at the Mel- .
ri.se Church. The
On Thursday [today Mrs. leaders are expected to attend. the Faye Taylor circle will meet of Lake Geneva.Mr. included the obligation of the this $1.39"Dutch I
Ernest Widegren entertained about Day and hour will be set for the .with Mrs. Stella' Stanley. and Mrs. John Bird were chuich to, the assell

20 of her neighbors in the convenience of all. Friday afternoon at 345:; the pleasantly) ) surprised on Sunday as in the community.congregation Also .. a ( I
Lakeview !
II Highlands section at amorning Please remember to bring your I I Cherub Choir and the Carol : when Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson II stressed was the need of good a Bofhand puppet
coffee for her mother- church periodicalS the church !i I I I Ii
iI i Choir will meet at the Church for of Okinawa, visited them unexpectediy. leadership and religious education _
The Nelsons are on a
rehearsal. .
I in city, town and rural areas from
Sunday May 8, Mr. E. G. Eck- 3c -day leave from Okinawa, and
kindergarten throughout the life
MONEY ford\ is the soloist for the Mothers are touring Florida, Mrs. Nelson j\Icf j an 'individ il. WITH A GALLON OF"DUTCH BOY" NALPLEX

: Day Service. who is an Okinawan by birth. iSj i I Mrs. Leslie Price served as lead-
St. William's Catholic ChurchOn making her first trip to the U. S. .|jtr.
with Mrs. John Webb, Mrs.
Mother's Day May 8, the A. When the Nelsons retire they Lewis Hardage. Mrs. Carl Hag- ACRYLIC LATEX WALL PAINTS!

I First Holy Communion Class will plan to build a home on pro- glund Mrs. John Clark. Mrs. R. ,
WHEN receive! the sacrament of Holy perty in the Bird Addition Sunrise I. Evans and Mrs. A. J. Wither-

Communion. This is the first Park. spoon, assisting. .."lfyon down today. Buy (Halplex{ ( and ask for
class to be held in St. William's Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinck are I
The work of missionaries and
YOU Church. Heretofore Holy Com planning to move into their new ceconesses was outlined and the your "Dutch Boy" hand puppet-yours free!
munion classes have been held in home in Sunrise Park in a weekor
need for more of them was stress- Supply is limited.f .
St. Edward's in Starke. We are so. This is the second house in ed. Sr i ,

: : _: NEED "coming of age." Sunrise Park the first being that Members of the Women's SocIety -
Choir practice is held each of Lloyd Singley.We of Christian Service were
Wednesday evening at 730., Be are so happy to hear that
present for the study and lunch-

IT r on Sunday time. May 15, the Altar Societies after Mrs. A.a E.rather Anthony rigorous is home stay again in eon."Minnie Birt" Circle Meets f TOcti Boy"i

of St. Edward's and St. the Alachua General Hospital
Wallace Austin
Mrs was
Williams will have a joint dinner Mrs. Anthony and her new leader of the Minnie program Birt- does it best

meeting at the Garden Restau- daughter arrived home on Sunday Circle; of the Melrose Methodist

LOANS TO $600. rant hi Starke, after which installation afternoon May 1. Church at the home of Mrs. A. m .- with Nalplexthe

of officers for next year Mrs. A. E. Anthony Sr., of Vero J. Witherspoon.Mrs. l
4 sill be held.Monday Beach, Fla., 'is visiting at the one-coar
Lester Neefus, Mrs. Carl
For Any Worthwhile Purpose 9the of her and family theA.
evening May home son
Berkleman and Mrs. A. J. With-
I [E.h,] of Keystone .. wall paint
Catholic Club of St. William's E. Anthonys erspoon assisted Mrs. Austin in
will hold its monthly covered- Heights Mrs. Anthony is helping resenting the which
.o TAXES hall. It is of the new baby program NALPLEX COVERS BEST:covers in one coat, ''3 .
; ". .J; I dish sapper in the I with the care ,tmnhasized the sharing of one's t
UNPAID BILLS hoped that this affair will be and the other two Anthony girls. talents: and money in -furtheringthe NALPLEX SPREADS BESTi brush and(ollerrr sa Gp sari -

MEDICAL EXPENSES well-attended. The food is alwaysFO 'Mrs. Pearl .Wilkinson, of Cross work of the church. Passages NALPLEX DRIES BEST:fast...without painty odor.

REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS ( delicious, and we would hate City Fla., has also been visiting ftom the Bible read which y}
were / NALPLEX WASHES BEST scrubs up like new,..brushes deaA
.;.:, CASH PURCHASES fo; anyone to miss it. with the Anthonys. Mrs. Wilkinson corresponded to the lesson of 1giving" I up in soapy water.
I PersonalsMrs. is Mrs. Anthony's mother. '
-'w <. -.. ETC. :*\ "_ of ,
< ;:: Herbert Nelson Mrs. Bill Saturday overnight guests
-4.3 ::, --d" I Refreshments were served during .l
> :to :
i Lee Mrs. Emery H. Cooper, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fox and family the social hour: t i

; Paul Harvey, Miss Anna McCul* were their relatives Mrs. Those present were Mrs. Lester Get your gallon of Nafplex and free hand puppet atC .

Prompt Service With lough, and Mrs. George SchaefIer Juanita Rogers. Mrs. Mae Granger Neefus Mrs. Carl Berkleman, Miss ,

'attended jS. Morning Coffee in Mr. and Mrs. John Cole and M. Farnsworth, Mrs. E. B- Bass,

Green Cove Springs on Saturdayat daughter Debbie and Mr. Sidney Mrs. C. C. Kopecky Mrs. George STARKE HARDWARE C COMPANY
the Village Improvement As- Johns. The guests who were en-
ProblemsSTOP Farrar, Mrs. Wallace Austin, Mrs.L. .
Money sociation. The coffee was given route from Jacksonville to Naples B. Nicholson and Mrs. Wither-

I for Mrs. Farris Bryant of Ocala. Fla.: left for their home Sunday bJ. >dn.The. loS CALL, .ST. STARKE, FLORIDA

Mr. E. F. Aiken.underwent.sur- morning. next meeting will be at -

IN OR CALL geiy at the Alachua General' Hos- ,Dr.. and Mrs. Edward K. Soberr !ithe_ heme.of Mrs. Austin. I II
pital m Gainesville last Thurs- and Mrs. Sober's sister. Miss Carol I Melrose Juniors Give Prom ,

GAY. 1 Webster all of Morgan City I' A '"Showboat" theme waS used

We are sorry to hear that Mrs. La., spent last weekend with Mr 1 jby the Junior class of Melrose ; t

half Gladyce-gallon Bachmann bottle of milk dropped on her a and Mrs. W. B. Dawson on Twin (High School as they gave the annual a k _r6\
Melrose Junior-Senior Prom _
foot and broke both the bottle Lakes. The Dawsons are the Friday night at the Episcopal 9 A .
and her foot We were consequently Sobers and
grandparents of Mrs. I!IParrisfr House.

144 W CALL ST. surprised when we found Miss Webster.Mr. Miss Maida Griffin served as
her on Sunday morning at her I Mistress of Ceremonies, and
and. Mrs. W. B. 'Dawson gave
Ph WO 4-9091 pace] at the organ in St. William's welcome to the Seniors. Bill .r
Starke Fla. the 7
..(Church. It evidently takes more spent the weekend of April 30 :Pate, seni6r president, gave the i w't

than a broken foot to keep Glad- t May 1, in Savannah Ga., visiting jitsponse: from the Seniors. |

--- -- !with; Mrs. Dawson's parents.W. Music was provided by "The i :

_ Barry Widegren of St.. i M otones", a- group from the _

__ No pavement could be stronger ihrfTml& Petersburg was a visitor at last the '\University'Ute. of Florida in Gaines- J_ Ary ...

Another greqj new home of E. V. Widegren '", Refreshments consisted of pe- ___ r. __ .+ z
Interstate Wide- _
highway weekend. Barry and Don
fuers sandwiches.,nuts
lite party
of I
new-type concreteNever
even if carved from solid rock! gien, who are classmates both 'l;Eiihts and frosted punch.' Melrose

returned to Bolles School Jacksonville : High Sophomores Carol Hurst, -"c ay

1Y' ti l,1.l : on Sunday evening. joieda; Bowen Sylvia Glisson.
I!Chris Spires Larry Strawn and


Albert C. Holt, Minister TRINITY EPISCOPAL

Mrs. J. (.. Hetherinston ,, CHUfiCH MELROSE- .

Organist and Choir Director Sundays 10 a. m., Church

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. :Morn- School.. 11:15 ajn., Morning Prayer -

t.i 1 .; ing Worship 11:00 a.m. f ; and Sermon (First Sunday,
= r1 r Holy Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal -


\ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I I Communion.Holy' Days i_ lo a. m. Holy

J. R. Smith pastor Ralph 't'he Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle ;..ffY.

to Copeland. Minister of Music and 1 Vicar.

1 1 church organist. 1 j 1- I ./ f
Services; Sunday SchooL 9:45: 'd .

4 a.Training m.. Morning Union Worship 7 p. m., 11 Evening a. m. i i Health Facts!

services s p. m. ,
| Your body has a natural ImmunlI -
affair."Make" church worehlp a family I'ty to disease and Infection' that

learn no "side effects"' or "drug
j han nr.io This natural immunity -
a bump to KEYSTONESundays controlled by the nervous
mar your driving fun because CHURPIL 9:30 Church j system.. Nerve pressure or it'nslop ';.. .
a. nu. i
j can prevent this immunity Air Cwitjafasj will make your home a haven from summer's heat -
SchooL 9:30: a.m..uorning: Prayer ::
: j from working: properly. Nerve and It will flood home with filtered
Aew..typ concrete has no "moving parts"! and Sermon (1st Sunday, Holy I!; pressure removed by spinal adjustments humidity. your cool pollen- A'tTI.and, WINDOW

Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal? !!: restores: immunity free air remove excess moisture lower tha humidity, and VENTILATING FANS j
Concrete iu>n-flexiUc-materials inside weatherproofing add extra durability. .' .I Young Cnurcnmen. ;j:l quickly and naturally and best of help prevent mildew damage. Locks out dust. insects and street art other wonderful tide j
Holy Days 7:30: Holy!I to corgi etot.rttm.comnoises.
the pavement can't move. This is vital, Enjoy yourride-and tax savings too! Communion. a.m. j I i i an *no drag hangover.: You'll relax in quiet oceancomfort sleep forVThVyputHn; cooling I{

for movement creates friction friction Moderate in first cost,new-type concretewill r. .: Third Wednesday Parish j I F. C. Rutherford, M.D: of Birm- better, awake refreshed live in cool comfort through the .botfrM txau./n motion," ,
; .. air
brings that
break down wear makes pavements last an expected SOyears and more- ',' Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30j j tagham .Alai states 'Chiropractors test summer days...for years to! come. !. forced out.Don't ';
get uneven and bumpy. with upkeep savings as much as 60?;. pan. j j are, obtaining results that I ccpgd
New-type'concrete has the solid t not have obtained wait until your house runs a temperature. See your
There are already thousands"of, rales ,.' The Rev. Millard, {l. Breyfogie j with medicine
sfcfcgtli to stay flat and smooth riding. of concrete on today's new Intecjiafce Vicar. I amj surgery.your. electrical appliance dealer now.
Specially designed subbases
and built* -in.1. SJ.:1tan-aDd more coming soon. Chiropractor first and

-' -Y :. -T St. William's Keystone Catholic Betx&ti ChApel save both tune and money. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
ff1N ::
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION FOIBSIIIM'IS ti Il ., f Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. I Bellinger Chiropractic p HELPIHQ BUILD FLORIDA

f16ig urCcfeaiei{ (feW*,Orfondo, RooJa I NEW- b Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. IlL / .tJ

A.aBoaaiorgQaimtion lo impra.e Wad abed obe pj Tuesday Mass &t 8:00- ; a. m. Clinics >dtwJ.) :;::
Confessions before aD Masses"
a-atawvs e 428 N. Walnut St. in Starke andT& .
Baptisms, marriages and instructions ., ; -'
by appo1ntmeac.I -ur-.University..: Ave. in Gainesville. --,_ _9 ,,9 9 -_ i p,: ) 'a OL-=' '' -- -,
I [ U .;: "--=:::L.FAlz .____ ': ;'


Mrs. Whitehead- I i Lake City, in charge of arralge-;Rites Saturday I Funeral Friday I
'![aients Serving as active pallbearers -
were her grandsons: W. N.|For C. W. Colson, I For Mrs. ,Hutcheson iTAEFu!( _F1A. i MAf0 8'Q1
i feSAVf 1
Dies At 97 I : 6C CHOICE
; ;Johns Beland Johns. J.,B. Whitehead -i Prison Guard'I,At Pine, Level i G
I, A. B. Whitehead A. W. : II TIwInxEF00D5
Rites Thursday j Whiteaead. and Jimmy White-I Clyde Weeks poison, 58, ofI Mrs. Mattie Waters Hutcheson: ,} "

head. I STarke, died, suddenly Thursday ,R2> died suddenly Wednesday
'' Mrs. Mary Whitehead 97, lifelong I Surviving are three daughters, Juomin'g, April 23. as the result J turning\ at he: home in Starke
) resident of Bradford and !Mrs. Lydia Johns, of Raiford; i I.Gtd ff heart attack while on his'' after !a, brief: illness. Born, March
Union Counties, died Mrs- Lennie Faulkner, Jacksonville I iob a3 a guard at the State 1, 1878, she had been a lifelong
Sfcy 2, at the home Mondar'l : and Mrs. Julia Johns, of Piison.Mr ., resident of Bradford County;'Her
daughter, Mrs Lydia Johns, in I:!Ctaike; one son Sam Whitehead Colson was born Aug. 4, patents were the late John: and
f Raiford. after an extended illness: ;Long Bridge; one sister, M1';. ;, iCOl:: in Bradford County and had Flora Strickland Waters.
Mrs. Whitehead was born Nov. ';'Nancie Bryant Raif ord r and a !lined here;: all his, life. He was a ,i Surviving are two daughters:
i K, 1863 near Raiford and had I brother, Joel Browning, Braden- I raembcr:: of the Starke Christian'1 Mrs. lianUe Norman:, St&rke.._and f,
Lved her entire life in that sec : ton. Thirty-five grandchildrenand Ciiurcr. and also an elder. Mrs., Ruby Alvarez Jacksonville: :I I a Tff
tion. She was a Browning before 71 great grandchildren are i i Surviving are his wife Bessie two sons, Clarence 'C. and Ellery I i y L1'w
her marriage to the late ,V. R. j.lo among her survivors. ;iCone_CoUon. Staike_ ;.five daugh- Hutche:;on,. loth of SUrkeene.;
I t
Whitehead i !tl'S, il'S. Cecil h Douglas ana ,uiss brother Charlie W tel'S"rami):!;'
I.. The firm It Capri. !. And For'' Elaine Colson both of Starke: and 13 grandchildren. ,
Funeral cervices were held at )ttMlf.r4 CYY.It, FlorM 'ImfoX I
3:30 :Mia, pied H. Jenkins and Mrs. Funeral services will be held at -
: p m. Thursday in the First MILLER.: Plaintiff .
both of Gainesville ,2:30 in the Pine Level
Christian Church of Lake Btuler vs.'Lurr.CE I 1:'n Boynton Friday .
,which : MILLKR.: Pendant.NOTirK ; Mrs. Robert L. Hayes, Oxf Baptist, Church, of which she wasa ;
yf she was a member. The
pastor, Rev. F, TO APPIMR j I f::>:- N. C.; two sons, Thomas F. member. Burial will follow' ,in "
C. Dance offi TO. FI.npJ2.vrE K. MILLER j -4
ciated. :25! Oliu-jr St. I I Colson Starke and Clarence W. the family plot in Conner Cemetery 4.u. .
Proviilrno Rhode: Island Cclson.: Atlanta. Ga.; two sisters : near Starke under the direc-
Burial was in Sapp Cemeteryrear : YII are hereby notified that a |'Mrs. J. K. Douglas, Broker, and i tion of DeWitt C. Jones, Funeral .
nut for ,
divorce hag
been filed
Raiford with Wilson and'I against "
I !hannon, funeral directors of I you in the above named j jv I I IMls..A. S. Billing. Lake Butler; Home.- OIUHTITYRIGHTS' 'O C .
Hint vii4 and you are rl- : 15, grandchildren and one great i Active pallbearers be P. D,' A
quirrd<< to serve a ropy of your an-j i .
I ..oa-- -...- -. _____ __, ....i..k. .BK. -- M \I giandchild. .Reddish, J. R. KellYt Felix Sapp, -RESERVED
services held at Earl Goodman WafchJax Ids
Funeral were I Rufus Alvarez, w w
i 10 a, m. Saturday in the First and Fred Haislop.3t. } ,
i Christian Church with Rev. Bob I PSG CHOICE HEAVY WESTERN MATURE.. TBRRR

HOWDY FOLKS! Badgeit pastor and Rev. J. E.
Sherwood officiating. Burial was

in the family plot in Crosby Lake I Ref Ravnwod f. MacBlala

I'll Be Seeing You DC Cemetery Witt C.under Jones the Funeral direction Home.of Church Sunday School Scrvicea; 11:00: a.m.9:45: Morn a.m. ., ""

v Active pallbearers were S. G. ,Ing Prayer and Sermon. CHUCK ROAStt 9 A
Dtnmaik.: Dan Harley, Charley I Holy Communion-First Sun-
SOON. Cowen Albert Williams Virgil day, ,11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, ,
Jordan, and Ed Prevatt. "17:30: a.m. ) uu
i Wednesday-7:00: p.m.. Choir .
0,, :_ .. '.-.-: ,,_' ; 0, on sort the or Plaintiffs pleading Artwwy.to the ,complaint John J.i Practice; 1t.pm.' ,, Litany and MATURE fi

i Crewn.and;: file Jr.the. of original Macclenny.In the Florida office, ,I Bible Study PSG CHOICE HEAVY WESTERN ,

; of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton i .
or before 28th day of May. A.D.j I E'ulldiDg, unerated and set up In
19CO.! ; otherwise the allegation of| proper rooms. ......
eal.1 Complaint will be .taken as I i Delivery date to be stated in bid:
..y"W' y confessed by you. ,I Five per cent Cashier's or Certi- -
-, :' This notice shall be published tied check must accompany each .0' 89.
'!! 'l 1'h" 10JT once each week for four consecutive -I"i *..&, Performance Bond for one Boneless CUBE
Bradford County
weeks In the I hundred per cent of contract mast
L Tt>It>guph. ? b* executed by successful bidder. ,
!Dlted this1tb day (Ii' April, I The right ,is reserved to rejectI
A.D., 19a6.i.FFICIAL. I any or all bids + SLRLOIN; .i .
SEAL) i I Florida Department Of Public \- \. ....
By :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I, 1.28-21; 5/5
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FLOUID4 lilOUWlT P.ITROLSTARKE j Notice Is hereby given ,that "\the
Guaranteed FLORIDA undersigned, under'the-provisions
Highest Trade OFFICE r.qnl''E\T AND I of Chafer ?0, i liS> }, Law vf Florida' ..
FfRMTl'BE Acts of?mi will register with then .
-iU of the Circuit Court in-and .
NAME pealed bids will be received in i fr Bradford Oounty Florida up- .
the office of the Florida Highway tn receipt of proof of publication .
Patrol Palatka, Florida until t iif this: notice the( fictitious name .
il.OO A. :M. EST. May U. I960, for vI Southeastern Tanfe 'ServtceL426I
YOUR office equipment and furniture.All i X Walnut St. Starke, ,Florida iinI lB C
materials to be equal in I Jer whkh we are engaged In busill. 1 -" ,. :
General Fireproofing nee a. ', : CELLO
quality to
O. Bollinger. 426'NertltWal- "
TERMS equipmentList i but ft. Siarke, ,,1'1.9- per crnt Intritst ; .
Of furniture and equipmentcan ; and J. K. Hildrbran US N.i t .
I be sreurrd at the l' < ::Florl- I Walnut St. Starke, .Fla 1 per cent .
way Patrol Office Palntka. merest. ", -
dx 1! mated this :Gth of April 1960 :
P..da Will not be considered on Ht Starke Bradford. County. Florin '., -- T ..
ELECTRIC SERVICE parts'of this furniture. Bids must.u.lndr t8, I I : : .
all items .on list. 426; 4t 5119 -p .
H- .
F. q.
'All Vri'-e"\ to ht' quoted I
231. N. TE3IPLE AYE I Starke. Florida.
:- Hid.- to include: delivery to thf'Ul"r.
---. -i =i '- .- .. Florida Highway-.- Patrol- R.B.CUEGRILL NIDHMO, $13.95 ;

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'VYTYTYTTTTTYTTTTYTYYTfTHERES.- \ YYYYYYYYT. <.!. ? yy".1 Mis. Moyers and baby of, Washington preciated. 1 I : Lit* S & 7 of Bik 13 .

D. C.,on their way home. The Highland paM ithz n ,Jenkbf 5.61. : -In Ortg Town of .
I -. '- Starke p dlraR';,T, Mat
Si llEILBtOiNB l I 1 V/e. were,all happy to have Lor- fig, tram ben progressing very. ; J _.-shall If LSI

1 Lot 2V X & S'by 46 '
tta visiting and will be looking Services were held at : J: Barter ut 4' E & W in SE '. .. .. ,
By Ruth GriffismmYTvnmm forward to seing her again. Church 'Sunday afternoon as *It- -. .
Mrs. Uarrry ;McCarthy' cur of Lot 3 of Elk .
y Monday evening guests of Mrs. nounced but was .not very : ;. Kline5.61, iv hi trig town of .
Yvv vveMr Starkr .. .,;...,;Tamn oUin3airorth -"-
"" "Y7 "" ""tyww.y."... Annie. Kelly were Mrs. Kelly'saunt attended. :Most of the regular """.'. *. i--- 94.48

and }Irs.,R p. Zejgler and I Mrs. Bessie Sapp, of Ral1 tendants were .eithe sick -or 1 Lot :,o' X & :S by '-' ':-0.

;grandson, Randy ,.Hickard,. of '- Howdy Neighbors, don't forget 1 ford .and Mrs. Pearl Dobbs of U1e'beleavtd family of Joe I : ;o,,' t&winXK .. +" ,
t" .of.I.vt 5 of Klk
I Sunday is Mother's Day, remem- Gnaiber 7.11 't' ..
Gainesville spent Sunday with r Is 1 in Town ; -:- iitio, .
Jacksonville. ;ey. Our sympathy : > brig. -of .1"-
[ ber that special lady on her day, -j th .
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Starke C. Hollingsworth
Mr. Zcigler's sisters. Mrs. R. C. I : .
Well that's about all the Mosley family ,
j guess ', n.so
I V Est -..
't julll mean a. lot to her. > :> -:
Dampier and, Mrs. J. D. O+riffis. Some> of our church folks visited i I news is short this week, bye now. Upon request, servicestlat I I : ." (.one r 21* ft- E of XE *: 7tSor ;.'"' ". .

Mrs. Rosie Gorton and son, t Padgett church will be held \ of Croadway & tb ,

Lewis Neal of St. Petersburg out neighboring clywh. Bayless .. A1v ,N... f Hoyt St* & I"11n.X {'.!t. ,
Highway Sunday for the observance -, .y" "",7t1I. a month instead of just' I ; .; 15: ft E 52*. Ft S :: \ -
spent the weekend with her son, i mcnth. Services will be held ?Ss Ft W 521Y ft to '. ...i .'
I of their annual homecom- i Brown" 13.04: 1-OP 28L ( 22 0 Clyde VE". Coljon ;':.n
Cleveland Neal. CLAY MILBy Sunday, May 22. and. "': 0 "-
I jlng.i '. .>t 2 of Blk 2 fn LT. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Mongiovi of : June 5. The fourth Sunday t. <. .,x, Co* ./t t .H Loiivenla' Robinson! $..73MaeV
will be church
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mongi- i There a supper Kay was chosen instead of I: :". Lola! 1' & :S of Blk ,7In .. ';;: ': : "
i and social at the church Saturi 3Irs. J. L. Stricklandwm.riw..yvvvyT I : t !: : : '4' '
L ? f
T .
& Cos SID :
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ovi's sister, Mrs: Lacy Wynn on i day evening.. Everyone is invited I third Sunday because:of I l '"Strong". .- 16.02 I EX R W : '. 1i ;. '. Lane / iS.3'4
Sunday. Y' coming af, Black Creek xstiurch : ',' d". !i,8 Ft of Lot 3 of' ,. "!"i''l" "'"
to attend. The ladies of the ......: .. nil: 15.in LT & Cos .1"-' ,
Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packhamand the third 'Sunday.! Hereafter ", : k "
church will start the delicious i S D -A Enoch Tvson
serving The work dope on our mail ". .
children of Haines City visit- I vices will'be held on the first : N30FtofLot4uf ;-Ji, : ;" .
chicken supper at 7 p. m. route loads last week filling and .
,Packham's Mr- iJIfc IS In L T "
4 U Mrs. parents, third Sundays in the month i & r
!! A delightful wedding shower scraping, was greatly appreciated.We I ('('s SDLot 'f' ,;' Alberta Watkins 13.0
and Mrs. Clyde Hall, on Friday 2:30 in the afternoon. i'William.8.11 h >
( honoring popular bride-elect Miss all say "thank you Mr.Green" .. 1 of Blk 4S in L : ; ; '
find Saturday. daughter of Mrs. :. Sunday, May ,8,, is : ., .'. T & Cos S D *r a John. H/Hicks.. 46.7S
Marilyn. Cox +
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Clark and at Long Branch. Everyone is : ". 1.ta :2 of Btk. 48 in .4 .. :

baby or Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lois Cox and the late Eddie Cox It seems that many people a- vited to 'attend.Fiftysix L T & Cos S D .lUrns Sallie. *. Joe Wil.. lU&Xli

was held Monday evening at the round Clay Hill lost out on their :

Clark' aunt. Mrs" Lacy Wynn" on attractive home of Mr. and Mrs. 'were'pregent for of: Lot J & Lot _r: :... '.. .
vegetable plants this year. Many ..'A-. .t.h... _' .. ... "v-- 'v t .
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Sunday. I day School at 'H gnland. 3, 4,:3-6 & .: of EJk: .-/ ;: -
Purvis Green. [See social page]. have come to their old stand-by : : : Austin! 8.11 4 in L T & Co* S/D ,y Etta Brownlee 20$.!'
A number of our young .folks Juniors won the 'B rber' U1 .
mnnips. sincerely Our son] Richard, enjoyed visiting Jim Strickland for plahts.: His Jbanner. J i Wi! of Luc 1 of Blk -w".: .
ill with the We : !11s :
are Mrs. Bill fiend and her "
V- inLT&
Marineland Friday withr his nre .frozen too so it.seems ...thate Farmer's 56.41
well SIQt1tlf
hope they will be soon. daughter were inthe Add .L'e'-:
I'uth grade class. Everyone reported are all in the same boat! ; 14 its 6. 7. !S'i S of Blk -; JMDenver "-'<- ,
More work has been accomplished r' ; "
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taught Bell Brantiey
Sunday reporter
11 in L T & Cos
a wonderful time. Among those on the sick list
on the community center. I own Beginner class and Mrs. ; Add '. R pevnik S75-4I
We regret to report Mr. and last week were Joseph England, ." .. \ *-,.. ..0, .
Another section of cement has darvis'-Primary class. Lu'f 3 of Elk: 31 in L j ;,: :i
been poured to complete a court Mrs R, L. Morgan niece De- Belinda Johns Itonsilitis( ], and '. Lee. Barber, :. ". 6.11 T ACos Add .j./ Zonia'
Hlk 4. in Temple : .:. .
levene entered Naval Hospitalin Buddie Wilkinson who Kasn't recovered .' Add'c ,
that can be used for tennis, basketball Kx Lots 1, 2, &
Jacksonville on Tuesday of from his illness and had T t Eunice Anti O'V"- Jut
THE Bik: 4 \_ ;j
roller skating RIGHT POINT for .
or f: V -
Lot 1, :, :3 I of Blk 20 :< :r. .' J v
| this week.; to go back to the doctor for treat- ,' *
Mrs. Rodey p. Hall and sons. f'"''" A. ,W. Masters '%.4:'
way you write. 'Com; In and -' In Temples Add. .. .' .
Carmichael of West ment. Nellie Wilkinson had to .
LeRoy go ..
Richard and mother Tucker, 24.98 '
Stevie and Keg at X I E Cor of 1 ,

}.tIS. R. O. Dansby of Starke. Palm is sick. Mr. Carmichael is 10 .the. doctor in Jacksonville for I[feet your favorite "SEU of XI' \i. run '
spent last week in Ozark Ala. the.brother of"Mrs. ;R. L. Reddish: treatment and reported to be Fountain 'Pen.T; LEGRAPH : "POB AV 335 then ft S E 3311 130 ft to ft ,' ''' .. ., .+ /.

and Mrs. Freeman Crosby. feeling'better.. We wish all the! ',. .- .. 5.-..... .. ': .
with Mrs. Dansby's parents Mr. 5 50 f{ W .13ft ft X : ';;, :.: : ; ;'
We vrish you both -a speedy re.' sick in -the community speedy I In Tke C...rt Of .The ('.arly ;,lIftto.POR:9 'f"u,,' r- :,Lela Buckles 16.34

and Mrs. W. M. Andrews. The Bradford (o..tt. VlwUa, '&: M. T. Lee 'UI Lots 1 Through '684n "\ '. re. .. .. ; ....,T": ;e.,.. :
Andrews returned home with covery. rrtoveiy.: Pro...... f t Parkwood S/D. ,: :: ; : -'. .". '. '
Mrs Lois Cox and daughter, letter from In re: Estate of Florence. -
Received a your reporter' Ex Port Lots 7. 18 .
them for.a visit here. Miss Linda Cox and Mrs. Cox'ssisters daughter in Newport !Skeens.' Deceased.To : : Kittles" 49 Conveyed to City F" W,'Developers- 0
Mr, and Mrs. .Hancel Dampier All Creditors And 7 i ,, ; IncT22 :: := 2S4.lt

and son/Kirby of Jacksonville ::; Misses Rosa and Edith News, Va. informing us that one Having Claim Or Demands HIin" SE Cor of SE ',' y ...
visited in Jacksonville He Ealcst Said Estate: : -I. .' :'U of XEU S4 ': S "
I Moore of her boys had an accident. j .'
on :
viMteo. the R. C. Dampiers You and each' of you are : .; 'cf Slay of SE's: "' : ..
Saturday. rode in:front of a car while on notified and required to : Saturday. .. ..
Hope Baptist Church News I I Harvey's mother Mrs. Leona I hIS bicycle was hit by the car, I any claims and demands Lewis: JatbeU1 .E'. of XWU 4t :nv :";. ... -. .,. ..
you. or eHhtr'of you may '. '.. of V\EU 'of SW A.*-:>
The young people's class and McCarthy, and his sister Mrs.t knocked unconscious and his 1 against the estate of :I Wan Jr. 5.81' 14 S3 '. :2 50 Rafgo Corp 47.21Vtr

enjoyeda ; John Stillwetf. and children, Linda right wrist was broken. He was in Wttllam Skeens, deceased late '* 0 < -, r.-'".
classes :
the Intermediate Beaver State of : '" ::
County, .
swimming party and weiner I and Johnny, of Fernandina II IIi I semi-snock for one and a ball I vania. to. the County Judge i Com XEU at of NW'or."of NWt.rnn .j.' ..,. :

roast nt the Breedens' place dn i Beach visited us Sunday. toys. It's a wonder more girls IVadford ('ounty.o'lorida., at E S4)' S 285 to S "eside s:
J. M. Grown 6.61 .
office In the court house of ,
in of Canal for '
I Mrs. R. L. Morgan visited aren't hurt in accidents
and boys ,
afternoon. I i "
Silver Lake Saturday County at Starket Florida, PUB, Cont. S 13$ ,
Miss .Reba Thompson and Miss Jacksonville Tuesday of this week i with so many riding bicycles on eight calendar months from : '. .iv :356 l to Canal .

with her daughter Miss Joyce roads. I time of the first publication of H. Mae .23.93 "KLT along Canal '
Anne Bell entertained the chil- I + .e notice. Each claim or demand ::;*<>" to ID133 8 :x '. l McQnee lU'

dren who regularly attended I Morgan. 'I Mr, and Mrs. Bill Pendarvts I I be in writing and shall state :; :! .Wilbur Jenkins> 3.37 1A 210 ft SQ. InSEp : s '.. 4. .,... -'ff'- .

I Mrs. Annie Kelly's daughter the arrival of a daughter place of residence and post _: .
Bible club with a swimming party announce : r of XE'. Ex "'
husband: Mr. and I II i I address of the claimant and RW 34 8.:2. -1 ?3. C.. Barton 8.05
; and Mother
[,J\retta, last Thursday.
at Gold Head born be to by the claimant, '
bike and picnic sworn Llziie. William'Est.!?! Com 399 ft W' Of E"r::,, ;t. ;: "x, .
Mrs. Gary Shaw left Friday for their hsrmt, or.attorney, and any -*- *: S3.S3 -i' .' *. .
Park od Saturday I I': and daughter returned to : i'or of XEU & run i -
claim or demand not so filed .
for homecoming their hozne. in NewLondon., Conn. f 1092 ft W 399: ft "" '
The schedule with home on Sunday afternoon I fce void. .. : Ethel Tucker 3.57 K U>92 Ft E 399 ff .f; il -' .
.! their vacation ,i .\, J. Thomas, Jr. By '
They spent
service. at Hope Church for Sunday r to beg 3t' ?. .221-3' 10 Id wreDce F. LaMeq
Clay Church is asking for help Pierce, Atty of administrator .. '. .
Scobiel 21.41
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Warren Sr .
and I -
Kelly <
: Mrs. J 14.52 .
9 is follows: Sun- Odessa Douglas
May as I II the state of As executor of ; .r "- '
their educational Com at XV cor of XW .' : .
School 10 am.., Morning Kelly, 'Mrs. Shaw's brother. They wth; ihe work on Last Will and Testament of ., .. .'
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day : 0 .
I deceased. : : of XJ:: of Seo. : k ; '
Worship 11 a. m.; basket dinner, : also visited: in Miami with friends; 11 11i building. These rooms are It-II.'. !AVollam I.I*i' :{.-._ i *'tir Ia..'..t.n. .- ...
: G. E. Clew 43.14 S 20 ..75E 139'%
1.5:30 Training Union, 7 I all help will be ap- 1114: :
p. m.; i IT. Bartow with Mrs. Shaw's brother nude: : and X 210' To Rd WLT

p. m.; evening message. 8 p. m. I,I- ,. Rd 140.J'; S 14.5'9 l"
Tile midweek prayer service is'i Gene, and family; and will ; MITICK OP 1'\I"\ln 11e:1.11: 1 F\T T"I:IUI.f: fo POB :.-31 'fO[ 22- .* ;l-'Carl-Kobarti. 26.47,
.lisit with Mrs. Shaw's sister PKKSOXAI.' Paul Crawford-Jr 4.37 Cum 2%0 ft. S from 4. -0 ; < .
held Wednesday. at 7:30: p. .m. 20723, Acts <.f 941: Notice Is hereby '' '* V .
A14. provided by Chapter .,' XW Cur of XEU of : ? v :fy- t* *
Samuel S. Cuthbert, pastor. i I Einilene and husband Mr. and that tangible personal property taxes assessed! for the year 1959 l : G.'' E. Crew 34.13 .,;\\1.4&runS210ft. '

.. ,. now delinquent and beginning April let 11II.1t .tall'lI are drawing I42 ft, X 210 -.'*. '-;,' .
--=- -"""" of : .
of pne per rent per month plus the proportionate cost : IW 420 ft To
this notice. t'nlcsn the amounts set: opposite! each name below are : -1* 'Branf-... KS: 34 I 22 ,r. 3 Vasco Porayth. T.7S

before the 15th day of May, 1960, warrants will !lit' issued-thereon ',' : "'":.ley. ... .tf ," ''- 56.S1 1-A in SE Cor.&! WHof .:.'.' :... .
resting levy upon the lIl'ilUrp of the tangible personal property :: h. .. XWIot sw .rlwI'riv" ': ::. c"

taxpayers' for unpaid tuxes, '. penalties and additional oosts.! The ; : : ..." .. .?. ,. <\-::'< .' "f' fl. :,.lton.ldGrttfl.. : -. .' a3u
of ,
ad the amounts A-Lek, ,
; of delinquent personal property taxpayers "'s SWUof : f. y "' '' n '"
gKINff FORSOMETHING eluding the cost of advertisingand'. the first ninth's( penalty ; :! Carl Donald ,Con A 4 7' '2J 20" Gary Reddish.... Uit:.
follows. Ner \ 16.34 C-jm at Int of X line "
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P J. W.I'arn 6.13 Cinann Plumbing Co.. t J.\V of ST lid 200 .
AxMea Motel 41.96 .
{ rn'ty. Cafe -- Run W of S 250'Yor .
lessee Barton 1.80.Luther 'rlffls.'' ';- ( '-. -. POB. SWLT ."_ !

a l-el!! Air Motel *.8" !'rt'Is riffis! : / :! : -. on ;Rd 600' SLY .

I jt'll Hrowu 46 USOChasteen .'. r.uiald 'lriffis Rest ; '. I .. 4a0' XKLT PAR Rd .;;,". ..
'" J'm Jr. Joseph lumber .. fcWO', XWLT 450' To : "
YOU CANALWAYS ..:. '1.. demons 8.6J Harrington Shoe Shop POB. '*' "- 5 7 -:'"t2 ut Broadway &:

Paul L. Crawford Jr. 1.97 LUMP Mae Hood .'. .a -, k 4 -- ri: Gafreax %>...' 1'1.
FIND [ M L. Crews 6.35: Sarah .\. Hunter Ceom.. Gray.t Jr.. 71.98 .\11'. a X\\" .. w o'f -;' ...: i.-i >- '
Wesley Crews 16.55 Curl; I. Johns '.; .. Pod' : ; 5 7 :22 42'Rafgo ,Corp .185.31oof.L4'&Allof

1 i:>hest Green 6-55 LMwin Johns Plumbing ; ; EarlD. COllner.. t01. X : : : .
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YOU } ( lix Urtffin 21.14'i.. :S. lohnx r' S'i of N E'4 \V of : ;' '
NEED IlilHEYELLOW l*>!l>li Urifffo: 4.47 .SItamease Johnson: ? Donald\Conner S.OO. 'R&' 6 7 22 li9Raffo Corp 186.45

'iiiimy Ciiarles II.A. Johnson Herlepsrh 10.30! A. It. Johnson & Son: Grocery : 4'' .('..m at X.W Cor of E .
t Ktnneth R. Kelly 0
i Fi"yd King 4.89 Ovid (,. Lewis Mrs. R. .. Griffs A' of-SWU of XEJ 0' ;
.lames Z. Lee! 4.47. t' I McDougle Barber Shop Ert.f l-IO .
10.71 I SP8 ft W 4 SI ft X : ; ;- '. .
.J James' L. 41.98\ 1!. O. JIcMilUan' r !3j: to' POB 7 7 :.:'>. r = 2 4zaIea;:Motel 180.15
D. Prevatt Electrical = ,
Karl -
YOUR Kixrview Enterprises .-,. 21.14Key : Ion.'h I' SEU of SWU of XW .
M. .., 12.80Sterling Kenneth Norman : U 10 7 .(:% 10' Joseph Lee Dlkon 8.90
Sargent Luke 9.00
Roberts Jeweler : Wesley... M. Com at Int of WRW; 3 ;
TELEPHONEDIRECTORY. : S. Sawyer, Jr.: 10.51 : I .4. -
< 47Vincent Ulvr.I H..sand..rs of; STKD 100 & S'Li ',. i tne t 'i.
.' [ Itol-ert Scott Smith S2-88- C.; H. Sistrunk .z; of XWQof / :HJ:; ,.:: ". ;' ,,, i .' ,' ".
\..-.. .- -.- .- Albert Tyson ..HI3ruc w A.:. J L.Strickland Thigpen. Jr : -Thomas' .A.' Norman. ,. .f 24.n XEU run X 35-*' r&.. ":: "J '.. '"'.":.. :f.- '1",; "c.;"- .
3.-3 err POB'Cont X on : .
.. Tyson
/ : Thomas Minnie Lou De ,; .
Theron D. Whidden Sr. 6.55 t'.L. Drive-Inn : I P.d 100' W Par See

MAKE THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF THE H. C. Broadway & L. M. Herb. Thomas Thomas Sde h.U Line 800 BELT & < .
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Par to Rd 100', E "k" '
42.97 .
TELEPHONE BOOK YOUR BUYING GUIDE Oalnes 152.92 ":ddie Thompkins ;?:00' to POB' .- IS : 323 .. 1 V.james M 1Dong.

YOU'LL SAVE TIME EFFORT, AND MONEY HrownU-e; & Cliaeteen ..TOWilton ";'ranford WarreD lit '" 87.26SE'
j Paul! A. Canova
i 13,10Cuuffman \Vlut-A-Burger ,William. Tyson Jr 4.:11: of SWUof.VEU 19.7 22. 40 Jamei M Rogers 27.30

\ BY CONSULTING THE tWr/ D. Carter Service Station :I.U ('. T. Whittle ::! SI';'. 21.-- .,\1.:.. 23. .'. .. 40 Jr. Robert E. B U toUI

Jim Chasteen 6.70 Sailie; William LeRoy Deft lU '
', 40 Robert B Pell .
Conant .57 !SVUofS NW'j 21: ;3 :3. ,
Zack .
'f-. Jr.
PAGES Farm Home & Auto Supply 409.11 Edward Vancer .Dorothy &; Jestnle .; .: ,'.-, '.
Vjis YELL % \\'' of Ex 5A "
: Jarrell Gay 8.83 Uadlo Station WRGR ; REt .
Dan HuketlOD 11.10 In SW Cor ft KxiIA: '
J. R. KELLY, t 1 ., : In XE Cor & Ex ->7A .L '

TAX COLLECTOR. Etnut Dell 13.18 In 'SE Cor & Ex .By ? k >,.t .
Bradford County. ) Ex y :220':! W of Co -\.;.' v> ; A "' 'it; t .
J.U.I !O.,
Tyson I.n Or Rd Si T 22 27 A oiJGIt&n '

that the following described lards 1..H 49 & 51 on Ct. :::- .
Notice I Is hereby given .F', .. .,. ...' .
\ of 1J60; ,to Starke, ', of Crystal > -
1 sold at Public Auction on the :31st day May crumiu1 U.U press
County of Bradford. State of Florida to pay the amount'due for Lake Homeiites! Jam** W Lester 1S.OS

herein set oppot-.ite to the same together with all costa of .such sale ;< 201 fr 202 on <

advertising.Lot Barnes! n.i' old St Rd lOUJof 'f;. J i=$ r "-. i* ''
,; Crystal Lake. ,
6 of Rlk 16 in .. f \1f. & blarizio HomeMte .. Ernest E.' Trieit 1I.t.
d .Town o New River .. ", / .
( or 6.22: :! Lit 1 of Lake. Bedford : "
arnes .
GUARANTEED 23-24 ; I' *- !& t.;.;Jessle- 'Matpts Shore "is ,: D..ver .Daq.rtck H.J4

Lot 4 of Wk 32 In', Lot 3 of Blk A & If

Town of Xew Rlv- .". .. 20th Jut In Tract E '
( 23-24 .. -. SOLot. -Jessie Sewell Est :: .
t In BefortOak* : Joh.i ..W, G.- .
t! of Blk 15 In'i. ... ? t ?,"::4 ghagan': "t'. 1M2
Ward City 8 1:0 ; ;E. W Lewis. 0
Lot 5 of Blk D & UStth
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X'i of SEU of XWU Ute Mae Presley% Ming, 716.10*. 'o:8; .. f. .. A' _-. +is''1"t.. ..
Et.A16.22 by "I\U& tct.W .7U"- 8tealiag 8. Sawt
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Par Being 2&V.X Trait 10 -Carl Vol-
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HOUSEHOLD PESTSCHECK & .S by 306' E & W '. : y' :koffS, D ,. Ja ,.6Z1:)
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and Ex. parcel in ;. -.f '- -.":"";4 :, Jape $.1:, ELT J751 &: Ex R! 4'r. 5., '*!'*.- '.

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YOUR HOME FOR: W. 34 :. :5; 21 .. .: Chester. E Moody i : -' L\kHl1c1t' 3/D' '. > 4 x- \Ed..a. ; tis2"'C1irklo.. iU'.
Com: at XK Cur of \:. 6 4'.' :1' ; X :200': of W .4otN "
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-. land 25 1 22 ,Eddie Lee Battle 111
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I Woodlawn '18 ; ;.S.: _:22! 3. -Carlton. WIlt : -1'Edward_ ...Alas S 2 t.' toLake" W : "'

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,..*American Lesion Post Award i I I Southt-asten.: Greyhound Bus.
American Legion Post 314 ofj I I T.patJve plans have been made
i 1 I Starke was given a certificate of)a jby Mrs. M. E. Roberts to chartera I II
t merit for outstanding :service in bus for our trip. Parents are I
j\ the, organization and for having I urged to let the children of the .
: 1100 per cent' membership as oft j 4-5-6= grades take advantage ofjthis
)-t No er,1959. Post Commander i. 10-day roundtrip to the Na-
H Julius Royal Jr. was recently:!!Uan's capital. S. D. Williams re-
I f given this certificate1 for the post;;:porter.
\t' which is a signal honor. All, the''Cotillion Set 1
'members are to be commended On Friday night. 8:30: p. m.,
for the very fine service being Miss Gwendolyn Yvonne Marshall
\ :tendered by this group. The post 'Till be crowned "MIss Blue Re-i
f' will} also participate in a high rue" by Miss Gloria Daise. "Miss I
: school scholarship award at RJE.Blue Revue" of 1958 at the Du- I
I during the commencement season.J jval County Armory. Gwendolyn ,
: During; the regular'meeting on i i ij iis i Just one of more than 60 girlsin
j| Sunday. May I, at RJE. election a ,coterie of sub-debs and debutantE '
I of officers was held All officers <. at the biennial Junior
I were re-elected with the following I Iil j I(i Cotillion and Blue Revue A check 9;,: IN STARKE LtJ11L' SAT.MAY 7
; changes: finance. B. T. Marshall j jRr. i I for one hundred dollars will be!1i
'i .; tgt-at-arms. Eli Graham.!made i payable to the college ofj:
The Ppst plans 'circular church j i her choice upon entrance. She is I
41 service in the community during{j eligible' for another hundred dollar ... .
I the year and started Sunday at ,.' scholarship if she made the .
Aiitioch Baptist Church. Rev. highest score on the achievement .
George W. Lee is pastor. The test''I ghen by Zeta Phi Beta Sor- \ ,
meeting: was very successful. The wity. Other participants from ,
Department: Convention will beheld Bradford County are:' Evelyn a ?

I. in Tampa. Commander Juli- 'Y'jurig, Deloris Yvonne Jenkins. In appreciation. of your business-Past, You do not have to buy a thing to be eli
u.i will be the delegate for Post Harold Wanton, Lonnie Johnson. ,
314. ?;: Staff reporter. 4 .
ThurstAh: School News i|i'Crab Supper Present and Future, Starke Merchants have ..e for the SILVER HARVEST DAY
Don't forget the May Day activity I The program committee of the "
I ,' program on Tuesday May 10.i Bradford County Teachers Association ti i :
Th4 music will be .!furnished by, held a crab supper at the banded together in. a great sales event to awards, Just go to any cooperating. store.
I Lincoln High School Band of home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie "-
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under the direction of:i Price in Gainesville. The crabs .
Gainesville *
[ MrJ Jerry Miller. The program i were prepared by Messrs: E. bring i you outstanding values each week and register your name as a participant.AND .

wiU'begirv at 4:30: p. m. sharp. All 1 iThompkins, J. D. Greene, H. Tay-
aboard for the beach outing and I!or and E. R. Shell. All persons win valuable .
opportunity to Then
an come to the Courthouse Square.
21, at 8 i Jin attendance on
picnic on Saturday. May reported a very de- ... .
a. m. Buses will leave from the 'l I iightful} evening. Out-of-town > : \

school. All parents and commun-I I guests were Mrs. Margaret 'W. Certificates good for purchases at any cooperating ; x' .. Saturday May 7, at 3 P.M. You must ..
ity pupils of RJE are invited to Street Veronica Willis and Jim- '
N ; 4
make the trip.. This will be the(mie Waters of Williston.. ow !
last group activity for the term. i RJE Speaker store. .' > be to receive Silver Harvest
*,. .. .. s.. <".a present your
Mrs. 4c, Price teacher. i The Rev. Dallas Graham, past- ': .;# :' ,
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Hampton Training School ,jor i of Mt. Arrarat Baptist Church .. ... ,' :;-
The annual Beach outing will(lot Jacksonville, will deliver the .; ,. -1; '; '- .. y c Certificates. .. .. .
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be held on May-.2l.,The<.busilJ annual sermon to the, 1960 graduates d'; .: ( .
]leave K Keystone Heights at 7:30a. : ; and guests on Sunday May ,
m. ,and Hampton School at 8 22. at 3 p. m. Principal Thomp- .
a. m. to join the buSes in Lincoln II I ins is asking all parents of'graduates ,
City This is a combined picnic ;; to please come early since --,.. .
of the primary school centers in no seats will be reserved, except t 4 .
Bradford Count 'A-small trans-I for the candidates and sponsor. s f i
portaton fee will be asked'; to Please remember our space is Now
supply gas and oil for the trip. limited and we know that there Register ; c .
Careful drivers} : will be in chargeof will be a crowd to hear this dy ,
the bueses. Make your reservations -; namic"speaker.. Parents, and: other r; I i. .i "
early. so that you }rUt have i relatives are urged to come early. .-..
j a good. seat A 600 passenger bus I:Gift boxes will be prepared by .
has been'approv .by the county,each graduate and will be labeled. ; ,. :''f. .
for this trip- Mrs. Mellonease Parsons i planning to bring gifts ,
Taylor,' teacher- are asked; to do so on class nignt
Unit On Transportation : May' 23, to avoid congestion on I '
The slit grade class of RJE I graduation* night, Friday May!I And Take Advantage 'of. Wonderful Silver I
elementary department, taught by 27th. A very interesting program < i
Mrs. S.D, Williams\ \ began a unit i is being planned by the commencement I ,.
20th that I .
on transportation April committee. The valedictory -
will end: on May 31. Some of the address will be delivered
I activities that were planned by cy Gwendolyn Marshall and salu-,
pupils and teacher were: making I tatory address by Joe Cephus Harvest Day Bargains All Cooperating Stores
potters booklets, clay models of Johnson. School will close off ici- .
transportation: facilities silent allly for pupils on June 2. We !
and 8cund-movies'fiim strips, research have less than a month to go so I
f leading, music vocal and please; send your .chUdrtn; each I II J
instrumental, ari culminating activities will include 'I Church. News | '
Lelia's Dress & Gift
+! 'open house"' with a displayof Allen Chapel AME Church will i Coldwire ServjcenterMitchell's ;,,..; Shop ':
significant accomplishments hold services on Sunday starting ; ; t: '
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to Washington with Sunday School at 10 i x' .
and an educational tour a. m. I II A RVE
,, D,. C. June 3 to 12 via Fannie B. Frazier is in charge. I}I ST : ;
The Youth will present a special i Store : t. t.: .
Mother's Day program to which .. ,: New Method Cleaners ,
Asphalt Driveways f the general public is invited. .,. .,... tStump's -.
Don't forget mother on this Sunday '-
S E. J. Givens reporter. '' '

1 STARKE ASPHALT REXO THEATRE NOTICE OPENING I I Dept. Store ;," :> 1 i Koch Drug StoreTerwillegar sto

PAVING FRIDAY. MAY 6, 7:30:: P. M. '"'' TREASURE t
"BORN TO SPf:ED" : : '- ,
213 $; Cherry St.
Starring Johnny Sands ,
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WO 9-2011 Adm. 26c & 41e S .
Phone ; "
Robbins'a : Motors :
TIlE EIGHT POOrf for.e : .
Evening : T1. v +
way you writ. Come In and Ieowi : ':r :
Phone WO 4.1563 favorite ESTERhROOK : .
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Slade Gas Co.

TRUCK OWNERSNew Bullington Studio : .'1 r .' Denmark Furniture Co .

Crank Shaft Grinding Service ; Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry

Telephone-r Special Us Introductory COLLECT For Information Offer Starke Builders Supplies t*" & .J. McGriff Appliances '

Tel. Alley 9.2376 ; ; Florida. Pest Control

PERRY BROS. MACHINE-WORKS Shepherd Radio & TV ; Starke Recap Co.' ': : .

44 S.\Vhitney St. St. Augustine, Fla. .
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Gem JewelryNasworthy .' Winkler Electric Service ; : .

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:THANK YOU Furniture & ApplianceAlvarez ; CanovaPhannacy. .

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,. ..T.TT...T..T..... ing. April 29, at a weiner roast,, previous Sunday, April '24. I ......................, rllle visited her parents, Mr. and lover the weekend. I:Mrs. Hodges' parents, Rev. and I I Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mu.I .
birthday party at the Roop home j! Twenty-five children attended, Mrs. A. L. Green over the week-I Mrs. Minnie Austin was called to Mrs. Orville Brookins, this week- !I Jeff Smith Sunday.

l After games and the outdoor ;:: tl.e party. !I BROOKER{ end.Mr. I:Homel yUle. Ga. last week by the I Ii rrid -a i I cvatdi-ain Baptist

(supper the birthday cake and I VBS Set For June 6-10 ,I 4 and Mrs. R, G. Thomas and j death of her sister. Mr. and: Mrs. Thomas O'Brian !I Church Services

Mr 4Jr.. u. T.. 1Mb} ;yunch were served with the opaning I Vacation Bible School at I \ By Shirley Grrnnj 4i i II.baby spent the weekend- visitingMr. There: will )fce a revival meeting' aid children visited Rev. and I
of the gifts. The unusual : Hampton Baptist Church is plann I and Mrs; Ray Wilson and I at Bcatdrain Baptist Church the i I Sunday School 10, a. m. Morn-

(A&AA1WAAAAAJ14aa&.4.*.. cake,, made::! in the shape of an n< for the week of June 6-10, : .A .A..A".4A.. ... I. daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. D. 'week: of May 23. wihi Rev.-'R. T. Mis. Orville Brooking in Hamptjn -i uig Worship, 11 a. m. Training
frosted with a varicolored according to Rev. W. P. t M Starling Jr in Wit Sunday afternoon.
'lf rthday Weiner Roast airplane was McElrpy. and:: family ;Williams as speaker. Rev. Union. 7 p. m. Evening Worship,
trim, and held 12 candles Friday of the week before June j Mi. and Mrs. w. E. Bigham Jr. ,Jacksonville: ''hsms and daughters are'ery Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davidson of
Uonor.. Tim, lUcky Roop S Meeting, Wednesday -
m Prayer
f' I, on one wing for Tim; and I 3, will be. registration and pre- returnd home Sunday after a The PTA supper held at the !igixxl: singers from Jacksonville. hiJcsoavine: visited their sister
Tim and Ricky Roop, sons oftMr. 'rene! candles on the other win? f .raticD: day Rev. McElroy said.: :| business trip to St. Louis Mo. pcliticiii. rally was a huge success. '. 7:30 p. m. Everyone welcome.Rev. .
Mrs. E. W. and Mrs May Brown. Sunday.:
and Mrs. Joe Roop, were ''for Ricky Tim's, birthday was Teachers are now being securedtor i;and East St. Louis, Ill. On the 'The PTA cleared $286 on the Mr- and Hodges B. W. Sweat, pastor.
I classes from j return trip they stopped in Pa- The chairman Mrs. .children of Americus, Ga. visited Rev. and Mrs B W. Sweat of i
Jpucsts of honor last Friday even- Sunday, May 1, and Ricky's the Beginner age supper Dolly I
---- I|through Intermediates, ages 3 aucah. Ky, to visit Hr. and Mrs. Harrell, wishes to thank every- -- ----. .
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Uu-ough 16, with other plans be- Ben Guest. |'I one who had a part in makingthe
1 ir.s set for refreshments and acti'iiies | Fete :Hodge left Tuesday for Ft. supper a success.GRIFFIS .
for the week. Jackson S. C. vhere he will receive -
Bullington's Prinnali :; basic training in the Arm,;. 'r.A 1t,4AAAAAA A1A A AAA U. II ; : ,

I Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parker :: Air. and Mrs. Buddy Waters I _
children moved last week jaiid j : Rebecca Thomas of Jackson- LOOPBy I .
1..I.r. the brick building on Na-| yule spent the weekend with their : ,-;; r 'i OONT: SUPPCC2.; roll
St. down the block to the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas. :\ I BARTER! HAVE NOMOM.n.. -- J: I NOCOn: ,"- \-* l' E -
house t Verble Harrell (00 8EEJ4 S C$'m& !!::' 26A. N.. ;ua'; ; cr ) FROM'
recently vacated by Mr. 1 I COOKIES A;A1* FfcOM I: JUS*SAID: "MS}
\\\11I/ and Mrs. W. A. Saxon. I Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and son 4&4444A&.A&.4AA..... 1 t'\RS._O'FI.Y? HOUSE SMELLS AS IF tish IJSJ-
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill droveto I! were In Bell on business Monday. IT WAS FULL: CF C -T City > ?,
j Orlando on Monday to attend } Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and. Mrs. Mora Clark Is spending a I CCO'I: ;S" A11'; \ X13
vf9 MtSSOSCTtY MeatMartet
S week in Jacksonville with her
gamily attended
the Melvin tamI -
the: wedding of Mr. Hill's sister, j &A1c ME ONE!
Mrs. Irene Planavsky, to Gene I fly reunion at Hillsborough River Laughter Mrs. Juanita Simpson. C041Chs: ON ALL fiuRNERS,
State Park near Tampa Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and I

Day.Mr.. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant I. Mr.. J, E. Townsend visited re- 'luldren of Cocoa visited Mr. I c -? -J %

drove to Live Oak Saturday to iatives!; in Pompano Beach and Srookins parents, Rev. and Mrs. f o$. '

unit their son-in-law and daughter ,H. Laudai: ale over the weekend. Jrville Brookins, in. Hampton o
and family, Mr. and Mrs. AI Sorrells and

/ \ Billy Horne of Homestead spent children of Jacksonville visited

ygRVES last weekend here with his par- X'rs. Sorrell's parents, Mr. aitf:: 2 G.Yw1o
ins Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne, Mrs. Wallie Crews, Sunday I
and James Horne of Orlando was GM3 Charles Kelly sationed at T I 1"I
New Port, R. I., home for
here also. was a
1 its- days last week with his mothr !-/ I FRYERSj: FRESH PORKSHOULDER
Friday, Saturday -.. May 6-7 Mr. and Mrs. Vollney Wall of 21c'
Ohio visited in Hampton, on : Doris Kelley.Mr ; Ib.29c
tneir way to Pompano Beach,, and ;Mrs.: T; W. Markey. [ Limit-3 tas: -
with the G. W. Saxon and B. Y. MrsMary Green, Mr. and Mrs. -n JIe
MOTOROLA Saxon families, and with the Earl Green and daughter, Linda I
Mr. A. L. Green and Mrs. Amanda

Gene Mr. Birts.and Mrs. M.. L. Watterson,,, Lewis attended the annual Par- SMOKED PICNIC ib. Smoked Bacon lb. 7 Qc
: Table RADIO (reg. $$29.95)) Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson, rah: reunion at. Little Springs
and Mrs. T. P, Brown spent last Church Sunday .
Mrs. J. H. Chambers of Lake
Thursday fishing at Cedar Key, I -
J. A. Adkins has been confinedto City and Mrs. W. C. Lemche and

SPECIAL --. $$19.95 Starke. Bradford for several County days.Hospital in children Mrs. Fred of Clark Atlanta and family Ga. visited Mon- WE RE-CAP I ROUND STEAK lb. 69c PORK CROPS lb. 59C

Mrs. Eva Birt broke her rib last day.Mr.
,f Monday in a fall at her home,, and Mrs. Fred Clark and TRUCK TIRESFrom I

I and has been ill with it since. family spent Sunday with her 7.50 20 Thru II
mother, Mrs. J. H. Chambers, in x I
Cleo Hunter and ,
Mrs. son
Model 1)5):> 10.00 x 20 IIj
Lynn, of Pompano Beach visited, lake City. POTATOES
I I. her father, Mr. and Mrs. G. W Rev. Thomas of High Springs STOP TAKING STEW MEAT lb. S9C 10kIb. S9c
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visited Mrs. Mamie Sun
Hodges -
1 Saxon, and the Gene Birts, neat CHANCES
Polaroid Camera $$49.95 day afternoon.
: Hampton. Lynn Hunter is planning WITH WORN
to attend the U. of Florida. The weekend guests of Mr and'MrSo

I, in Gainesville next year. Evan Hodges were: Mr: and TREADSLet 3 lb. for
Mrs. E. W. Hodges and children or $$1. 00I
Here on Tuesday of last week, 'Us Re-Cap Your HAMBURGER U'j 39c .
of Americus, Ga. Carl Edwards
for Mrs. J. L, Williams' funeral, Mrs.. Tires For And
: .Come,in and register for Harvest Day from out, of the county were Mr,, and gins of Gainesville, Safety Economy!
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers andMr.
Valdosta;; I
and Mrs. Jay j
,, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams,, and Mrs. Rodney Belcher, all Dealer For I PRICES GOOD FROM I THURSDAY THROUGH{ MONDAY NIGHT

Prizes to be given away Saturday at Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Faye: ci Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Don: OPEN '6 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. CLOD ON MONDAY

I I Durban; State Farm: Don Pear, !Lord of Jacksonville were Sunday NEW DUNLOP

.3:00: P.M. at the Courthouse Square.MJLLINGTON \ion, St, Petersburg; Mr. and. Mrs"I afternoon Mr. and guests.Mrs. Pete Douglas .of I II TIRES \I v
to .. Iko Wiggins
I | Charleston, S. C.. and Mr and
I I V. J..Slade'drove. to Jacksonville -i I:Mrs. Lowell Douglas and son of I I II

: on Thursday last week. f Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Iva STARKERECAP II iE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES .
I Douglas over the weekend. j i I II
IIIWAY CHAPEL J. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Lucas ofi j CO. r
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Tamps were the weekend .guests! I 4E 1S

i Pastor | ?f Mr.and Mrs. Guy Harrell and j Temple Ave.
P. P. Burgess
STUDIO & GIFT SHOP Sunday School, 9(5; a. m.':family. j Phone WO 4.0221 I
j Misses Sandra Sowell and '
Morning Worship 11 a. m- Even
) McDavid: atended'the revival at
I gciistic Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed
.1 Alachua' Baptist Church in Ala-\
uesday weekly prayer service, 7:4: : chug Tuesday night. Sandra was

'I the ovenight guest of Miss' McDavid. 1 t

: I .
Mr. S.V.. Goolsby of Miami
and Mr. Lloyd Thomas of. Gainesville row
I visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H.I r' RANCH WA80Nith ,
I miKi carp iptc.ttn .
hI Sowell Monday. \ joy win
I Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters and 1 b IA Ifs fi/ld! i iT

: .an s. con: of Gainesville and Mr. and : .

Mrs.at G.Salt W, Davis Springs.spent the weekend IN NO I .. t I

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and

.. I'Jiildi-en of Palatka visited Mr.
i':.. and MisRoy Green Sunday.Mr. .
". Ardell Waters of Dundeewas 1
;t.t:1 :a guest of Mr. and Mrs. G.

: W.Misses Davis Sue on Wednesday.McDavid Sandra I

::1y'aY.w Sowell Patricia Thomas Linda I
j1y L,
,, Sue Thomas, Goldie Thomas, and w.
Eileen Thomas were in a PTA
Fashion Show at Santa Fe High

School Tuesday night.
''. I Fifteen boys of the Brooker .. FORD

< TI. .-t, Baptist Church enjoyed an overnight .- I 1iIIiP L Lt8 sky ye :w THVNDlAlltlDAmerlcl'.
camping trip at the Brooker ? R u 1n.atwlat.
t to the ). outomobtoicSI ,
a Baptist camp site donated j ,
church by Mr. Fred McDavid.,

': Cnaperones were: Rev. James | %
., lemplt, Terry McDavid. and Jun- ,,
;;zr !t f f !l ,
lor Witt. j i ?r :i
,, Miss Sue McDavid was a' delegate i
: "" < to' State Student Council 1 j

Convention at Pompano Beach I j .

High School in Pompano Beach \ laUII' .
I April 28-30.. Miss Dell Ridgill i : TOWN "ICTOIII
S' "un'.....
,. ,,, .. .... <. I.re I. -'J, ..:' and- Shannon Wells of High j I! "...
:. zU Springs, and Sue McDavid were I -'.---..- Iow.nc.e ItWt
of Mrs. Roxie Thomas In ) % --
I. guests N i ,, ,
.. :.' !'. Pompano Beach while attending I : k .4'

the convention.Miss ..I q WORLD'S
Brenda McDavid went on 4... :
,f" with Girl ..-I j-
wish to take this to a weekend camping trip
opportunity give
< my Scout troop 1 of Alachua at Only the Sales Leader

Camp Crystal near Keystone
Heights I can give Sales Leader Savings- ,

heart-felt thanks to the people of Brad' Mr. Zedra Goolsby Hollywood. and Come in for the Trade of your life I IBm
., fo rind Mrs. Carleeta Baird
-" I daughter Donna, of Sanford were trades ever! Your Ford Dealer $1.00 a tankfuL Fords are builtis
guests .of 'Mr. and Mrs,J. H. So- now celebrating Ford's sales for people, too. There's more room
ford County for their time effort support well on Saturday. leadership by passing his savings for shoulders, hips, legs and feet.
from volume sales
bigh- along to
Mrs. V. V. Vansickle of Nmr fcehrt have you had the opportunity
visited her sister and you. He can give you- higher to buy a 1960 Ford on
trade-in allowance ...easier terms '
and Mrs.. J. such a favorable basis This Trading 4
r other-in-lawr a lower price! Compare and of its kind. % -
and in I Fair b the top event
vote given me Tuesday's Primary. afternoon.Mr. y
H SqwelU Saturday and youll find Ford'offers the lowest- It brings you an unusual chance to -., \
Mrs. Bill Genovar sedan
and priced 6-pissenger or station
.-' c'aildrcn and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur 'wagon in America.* s stop, swap and aavenow. FORD D EAtERS TRADING FAIR
Gainesville. $/ can in I today whfle Trading Fair ,
: '," will be / .; Thomas all Bst Fords em! Fords trend-setting selections are complete. Pick out iatyhng
: always Grover
were guests of Mrs. : is Thunderbird: inspired.And the Ford you want.Thea let your :BEST SELLERS f ( BEST TRADES *
'. :-' -' Thomas on Sunday Fords are thriftier! too, with Ford Dealer work out the best) '_ _
.. Mrs. Kate Layfield of Clear- double-life aluminized muffler, possible! deal. You'll be set for aj; : BEST VALUES!
'',; .,.'"' Tater and Mrs. Nellie Cain ol Diamond Lustre Finish that never whole summer of new car fun! ._ ,. ,-
week with needs waxing and an engine that .. I -
Plant City spent last ,
a.JhM4 ;
i thrive on regular gas saves up to .
their ;sister Mrs. Wade Harrell. ..._fariw..J..J.d.tw.'.."....,doQ -
Fourteen little friends helped
Peggy Edwards celebrate her 7th

birthday Saturday afternoon at
her home. The'party was'given by : TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

: HAROLD K. NORMAN her mother, Mrs. Ernest Edwards.
.. '". ., Billy Bigham, spent last week. .
-.-, with his aunt and uncle Mr. and 206 W. MADISON ST. -. STARKE FLA.

: (Pd. PoL Adv.) : > Mrs. Lyold Wood in Jacksonville.Miss .
.. -. Annette Green of Gaines- ErjJS PORD-r*..C ui fords off Ufttim. *FALCON-n' Ntw-tizt Fort_.:THUNDERBIRD_ .. Ws. ft UaftWmM. 6.JiAGE
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