Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03532
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Julian c. Yon ge x':':.:,

t Li r .TELCAilOfficial I 2,800< Copies" .

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=-yt4 I Resting On Its Top I T Receipts .

f Indicts Negress _

# __. ; I I II) Top $$100,000 '

: e I Absolves' Griffis I As Crop Wanes "

An indictment for first degree from State Prison 'pleaded guilty, -

murder'was returned Tuesday,,by sentenced to' additional six I F.s ,-". In spite of= adverse. weather.
I conditions Bradford
F Bradford Count grand Jury months;" > a ,',, County growers
have sold 42,1633: 12-pint flats
against Lilar Littles, 67 year old Carl Hunter, non support; case \ > :!-
s } during the current season, for a
'4'Y 4rb Starke Negress, accused .of 'slay-I continued; ; wr' return of 10382232. ', '
:ng her husband, Tobe, 66, ,'in an Clifford Kelly, worthless check, a.
I Starke: Market Manager J. R.
argument over a fishing trip. pleaded pot guilty, case to be z r'
Wainwright this is the
The Negress'-is- charged:' with tried inter: ', says
I I ] largest volume of berries to be
Here We Go hooting her husband in the back John L. McRae, aggravated as-I t k
Again! I y ;Itllw shipped from here in several
with a load of buckshot as he I I suit' temporarily passed;;
', = years. "If weather conditions had
started to leave the yard1 of their Harley Waldron non support
Neither Sheriff P. D. Reddish (right) nor iiis challenger, been favorable, we would ,really
home in Reno continued
after an argumentShe ;
Jennings Starling, looked particularly pleased a* they .shook have had a good year," he re-
is held without .bond'in Nathaniel .
bands at the lat nre-Fln Primary political rally. Perhaps the Bradford County,jaQ., arson, pleaded not guilty, will be I
they foresaw, even then, the heated content that would pit In other action,"'the grand jury 'tried later. Quality is good .due to severalda's
of cool weather, but volumeis
thorn agahut one another on May 24. Only other local race on failed to return an indictment Cases placed on the absentee!

the Second Primary ballot will l be that for County Commissioner 'against Roy H. 'Griffis in. a rehearing docket were: Thomas R. Hancock: dwindling rapidly. Prices
strengthened Wednesday to a $3
Dist. 3 between Seeter D, Goodman and W. Hogan Smith. of a two,year'told. case involving worthless check; Mary Davis,( average 'after reaching a low of
the unsolved i murder ,of grand larceny; MelviQ Levine

Party Offices Will% Be On Ballot the Robert Pleasant Tison, Negro.Grove resident settlement of worthless Two civil check.cases: L. L. Renfroeand I' i iOil 184$1.69 volume, and average was Wednesday 724 Tuesday.flats.around Monday's Tuesday 300.

west of' Starke. J; R. Wainwright vs Harbet __
Another Bradford grand jury, Construction Co., and H. V. '
In Second Primary May 24th two years ago, had likewise failed Knight vs G. J. McGriff, Sr. will U. S. 301Lavley S I Withhet'ls pointed to the sky, this 1937 Ford four-door i,i i Science ProgressAt

to indict Griffis, but the new presentation be tried later sedan is pictured a* It came to rest on its top in a ditch besideU. I Bradford High

I was scheduled' for the State 'Attorney T. E. Duncan Man S. 301 last Saturday night: one killed, three injured (Photo

The May 2iv $econd' 'Primary 1,I purpose of hearing new evidence I announced that trial of the case by Deputy Dolph Reddish.) Told To Rotarians Ai

ballot will feature not '-only the 1i i in the case. I involving several Starke and Law- i'

cutoff contests between various Griffis is now serving a life! tey residents, involved in a shooting I 'Florida Highway Patrol Trooper broken ribs, and Wilbur Carter,!1 An enthusiastic discussion off
candidates, but also new races sentence in the State Prison at 1 scrape and general free-for.! Dies In %Wreck.I A. S. Mauldin said the accident [I18, of Jacksonville and Lawtey: |f the new science department at

for political party; offices. Raiford for the murder of'& bar' all at a local service station I occurred when the car, driven at I deceived lacerations of the head: BHS and the Science Fair was
Contests are under for an estimated 85 mph, attempted I end I Club Wednes-
the chest the
way injuries. given at Rotary
tender in Brevard County last several months ago,was postponed, j |
Democratic National Committee-i j Of to'pass a truck, went out of 1 H. Jockel
March.In i He said the victim of the shooting -I Speeding CarArthur i control Rites For Griffis day by Richard biology
):ten and Committeewoman and ,.,Pr I other f. I spun'around and flipped over. i'j Funeral services for Griffis instructor.The .
p cases in Circuit Court Warren Boatwright, 28, of
Icr: Republican National Committeeman. .. here this week: I, Lawtey is still in a veterans hos- It skidded 155 feet before coming j were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the ] speaker said ,that with its
I Markley] Addison,' charged with pital at Memphis Tenn. and unable Dewey Griffis, 37, of i to rest on its top in a ditch. j Long Branch Baptist Church near] new expanded quarters and facilities -

The ballot will also carry, the : non support, was ordered'.to'pay to appear_as a witness. Boat Lawtey, was killed about 1:30: I Mauldin said Griffis was sitting i jMaxviUe with Rev. E. C. Harvey'j 'II the department has tremendou4 -

State's unopposed> slates of dele- $20 on the 1st ',ana'15th of each: wright was in a critical condition i a.m. Sunday when thrown from I II j I in front and was thrown out whena j officiating. Burial was in the> potential for developing interest -

gates to the two national party month for the support of his I for several weeks and doctors',sa1 J an overturning automobile .3 of I door came open. I church cemetery under the direc-!! in science among young

conventions. The Democratic family, and posted a performance a ,22 bullet lodged in his spine J I a mile south of Lawtey on U. S.: McKinley, charged with reckless -, tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral f j people of the area. He praised the
slate is pledged to support Sen. bond of $500; I will cause him. to be' permanently! 1 301, I driving and drinking while!Home. II j annual Science Fair asa force for

Gccrge Smathers' as! the State's Eugene Van Etten,' escape from paralyzed from the waist down, Three other persons, includingthe I driving, received cuts and bruises I Griffis was born Feb. 6, 1923'!' creating more interest in .high
favorite son candidate for the 1. driver Carl Francis McKinley and a fractured He has been I school science projects, and said
!? State Prison, continued;? : The nine defendants the. case, ; leg in Jacksonville, son of the late;
presidential nomination Florida I 19 of Lawtey were injured, summoned, to at 25 that next year's fair would be
Jimmy Davis,,escape from State indicted for assault with intent to: appear May Dewey and Lizzie Griffis. He was j
will have 29 votes at the Demo- .: 'Prison, pleaded 'guilty'*.aentenced. commit murder,. include Mitchell but not critically. plea day in county judge's court.I a veteran of World War, II and I more comprehensive than ever be-
cratic convention, 26 at the Re- Two 'other Sidney I f Manning, 29, of Lawtey sustained foie. ,
i illbl1can. to additional 12 months; : Brown.,Lawtey, marshal. who was. passengers a member of the Baptist Church. i! !
; Alexander : 'reinstated: Mr. Jockel was introduced by
A. later
,.. Petki, escapeBHS'Trackjiiell. l suspended and
The Republican slate is bound i -- ----- -- Conner Boosters School Superintendent .H. P. More

to support Vice President Richard -''Standard I Crippled ClinicSetForMay20 i'I Starke Juveniles 'j{ gan, who had charge of the program -

Nixon for the ,GOP presidential Agent CQ Cool Asked To ,Meet 1 .
nomination. 1ey Robert Barksd ale was welcomed
Members of f'ie'two slates will Awarded Freed By FBI as a newiembep,+and} the resignation -
be listed on the ballots, but the :l -f : A meeting jof,all :supporters of|I }of;;Joe ,Aimoldfwas.accepted
the entire list WinD: t. .T W -Prolest; DoyIe-cL1pY: ; t q ksioner of J i ., ., fctter.to ,the
outer; can ratify :,3 arin .. =. }PJG t; -.. :.., - Aviih grrtf a
with 19"' sinsigToteT"i' : Registration wi start If If a tn. Agriculture" urged 'to attend'I Three..:tarkf.junn1k-i .wereTe. *, club >;tile Aritold'said'he planned

There is a scramble for Democratic Fridays\ :May 20, for the annual an' important meeting at 8 'pjn.f[leased in the custody of "their: to from Starke within;.the
National Committeeman -' i K. O. Duncan, Heft, local'l Head .For State ]In Lost RaceW..F. Bradford..County Crippled Chil- Friday .in the courthouse, T., H.j i I parents this week after being held move
post belng given up by Jerry:;i i Standard Oil agent is dren' CliniciIl'the Health Depart Slade, county chairman,-announced! by the FBI in Atlanta, chargedwit next few months.
W carter of Tallahassee. The.|dia-mond I ment building on Church Street. ; yesterday- j htaking: a stolen automobile j ,. -'
.candidates include' Sheriff John ( -I'!I II I Twenty-one Bradford High I W..F.. (Happy) Cooley of Kings- The clinic is being conducted Slade said it was "not a fund-I across the state line. i Public Invited

Spottswood of Monroe County; son, of the company's Jacksonville!': trackmen have qualified to enter ley Lake told The Telegraph yesterday under the, auspices of the Florida: raising" meeting, but -that there The car was stolen in Gainea-i I To Meet Author ;'
d ision office.
James Milligan of Orlando, 'State {I I the State Track Meet (Class .A) Crippled, Children's Commission,I are several important matters tot! ville Wednesday of last week, and
Democratic Executive Committee Mr. Duncan was agent in.Lake. I which will get underway at the that he would not contest. I American Legion' Post 56, and the I come up atthis time. ; recovered in Decatur, Ga. in possession I At Starke Library .-*

chairman; Bob Johnson of Jack (Batter for nine years,, -before* :- University of Florida-,at_9:30:: aim.I : the primary election vote that Rotary, Arms ofthe. Starke RotaryClub. All friends'and supporters of I of the three boys, aged ,
.coming to Starke as agent 25 : busted constable the Conner in the to!! i
in .
I him as area are urged
sonville; Roy Jones of Fort Lauderdale I Saturday. 12, ''14, and 15. Alachua County The Bradford County Library.
; Dayton Murray of St. i years ago. His agency includes all I At the district meet in Gainesville Keystone Heights-Camp Blandingarea The visiting staff win includean attend. Sheriff Joe Crevasse said the car, :Board invites the public to meet

.nofofcmiro-. ......&u.. .... and _Phil._ _'----. of-- i of Bradford County and portions last Saturday, Bradford by three votes. The victor orthopedic' surgeon from Jack- a 1956 Mercury, was stolen from Florida author .
pibso.iton. i,I of Clay and Union. captured the class A crown by I was CooleY's running mate, Rich- sonville, pediatrician, plastic Teachers Named I George T. Kennard Jr. of 935 NE Mrs. Rita Dickens,
National Com- !j In presenting the service pin,, ard Cunningham of Keystone I 7th Ave. Gainesville at the Starke library Friday
Democratic ,
outscoring Palatka 79 to 65%. As :surgeon; a physiotherapist, repre- I
raitteewoman Peggy Ehrmann of 'iMr.I Johnson said: "We are proud it has in the past, depth paid off I Heights, Clay Electric Cooperative?' sentatives of a brace and shoe For Next Year I The boys told officials they sold afternoon, May 13, from 2 to 3
to show appreciation in this manner : *
I meter-reader and service station j
Gainesville faces a long' list of to Mr. Duncan, who has a ; for the Tornadoes, with Palatka i I; company, and the Florida Voca-' a spa"e tire and whey two muff- o'clock- i
opponents: including} Mrs. L. F. of pushing hard, but lacking the I part-owner. | tional Rehabilitation_Service. They lers, a tool box with tools, and a Mrs. Dickens Is the author of
long and faithful record service !
: Cooley said that contrary to reports '
Tnomas Ft. Myers; Myrtle to win. of the Announcement of the reappointment fishing pole with tackle 'some-
the staff
as an agent." He added that power I will be'assisted by "Marse Ned," a novel of soutJ.m'?
Brown. st Petersburg; Grace Co- Events in which BHS placed. published in a Jacksonville Bradford County Health Depart- of several teachers, who I where between Gainesville and
an. St. Petersburg; Dotty Hal- i during the 35 years relations hadbeen were: newspaper, he had not stated his ment and volunteer workers. are not on continuing contracts, I Decatur. family life in Florida and Georgia.*

lock. Daytona Beach i Polly Ball, entirely satsfactory. to botn' Shot intention} to contest Cunningham's was released by the School;: she will autograph copies of herb
i put-GJrdAf! The clinic is free of charge, and
Homestead; Florence tBlakley, Miami -1 parties. i High jump-.Helsabeck tied for victory on the grounds that the any child youth under 21, witha Board last week. Teachers who; CITY.LEAGUE ion Jor anyone who wishes;her
Cox, Gainesville; and I' Keystone Heights candidate had have taught in the county for i /K
; Mary !first, with 5 ft., JQ in. crippling condition, is eligiblefor to. -
Naomi Murrell, Orlando. Attention Discus-Gardner ((2)), failed to file a report of expenses examination. more than three years and have!!| SOFTBALL r t
and contributions with the Clay been reappointed .for the fourth!: I Ii
vault-Walters and Martin Reddish '
Jaycee Midget Fox Hunters both of BHS, tie4 for first. with County clerk, as required by law. fimq are placed on conthiring:i, Garden Restaurant went into Supporters ...
j Cooley said that Cunningham FIRESOne first place in the City League race
WOODS i I i Public
Schedules Palatka; 12 ft., 3 m. t contracts and are not included in Invite
League i, was a good friend of his and that 1; by beating Camp Blanding 7-4
Meeting FridayThe i i' All fox hunters are urged to at- i E 1(3)( 120-yard). high hurdles-Smith Ihe (Cooley) had no intention of woods fire was reported in the list below. I last Tuesday night. In other To Brooker Fish Fry.

tend! the Bradford County Fox j !!' an issue over the expense the past week with 20 acres Bradford High School: Charles!>games, Garden edged out Waldo
Starke Jaycees and the Re-I Hunters Association special meet-, 100-yard dash-Register ((4)). I statement- default 1 I burned. So far this year 67 fires Francis, David Hurse, Reba:i 10-1, Lions Club beat Co. C 7.0 Supporters of Sheriff P. D. Reddish .

creation Department will hold a! ing at 7:30 p.m. Friday. May 13 Mile. run-' Cogdill (1);: Kimbler "However," Cooley added, have been reported with a totalof I' Starnes: Maxine Gibson, Kather-, and Co. C downed Waldo 5-4, I I in the Brooker area announce

meeting for all Midget' League j in the Community' House at I ((3)) / "some of my friends in the Kings- 925.9 acres burned. Last year I ine May, Margaret Sparkman Schedule for this week: I that a fish fry will be held from

baseball players and their parents I]Theressa. I 880-yard run-Adams ((1)); Mc- l ley Lake area were upset over.the at this time the county had reported -!I Virginia Rayzor, Martha Rozier,. Thursday, May 12, 7 p.m.- 6 to 8:30: p.m. Saturday, May 14.
at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the USO Anyone interested, please attend I Rae ((2)); Darby ((3)). outcome and I have no control only 20 fires, with 163.11 I j Curtis Marlowe, Ted Oglesby,! Garden vs Co. C; Lions vs Waldo. in the Brooker community center.

auditorium. The Midget baseball the meeting. Whether you have I 880 180-yard yard relay low hurdles- Bradford_ Smith[21. over what they-or any registered acres burned. j i iI I, Leah' Sutton, Richard Jockel Carl-: Tuesday, May 17, 7:30 p.m.- The public is invited.

program will be explained to the |: dogs or not, you are welcome.j (4)). 'V voters for that matter-might I IrAo. I I|I [Continued On Page 61] .Garden vs Camp Blanding.
parents and a film on baseball Hunters are also welcome from, ." He said that some Kingsley I
I Mile relay-Starke '((2)). C-,, ,
the three counties.
will be shown. adjoining j residents: viewed with alarm the "..' -'
Parents are urged to' be present! Meetings will be held on the I fact that his defeat would leave I '.. "-;-"II':1::

and personally meet their boys',. first Friday night of each month.j Commissioners; the lake area with no resident: law! ,
If interested, please call WO-! .;.
coaches. I I enforcement officer, j -'I i "- z. .p:! .<"'._
Following the meeting Friday:i 46502. 1 1i To Meet Tuesday State law specifies that a candidate }. '.f ', ,,;,.0 <,,'

night there will be an instructional who knowingly'fails to filea ,. ,

clinic for the boys at 9:30: a.m. i Container Offers j! With Council/' campaign report is subject to I 't Y-' t g R'y .
Saturday on the Pratt Street I New Scholarships 'II prosecution for a misdemeanor and !
Playground A professional instructor can be disqualified from taking.

will be present.FLOWER I Container Coporation of- A-1!' Bradford. County Commissioners office.

iir.erica. under the auspices of the 'will meet Tuesday night May 17,:' The Clay County Commission
I National Merit Scholarship Corporation -!I,|I instead of the rel1larttm& on &t its meeting this week adopted
| Monday night Oerk Charles Dar a "hands off" policy in the matter. .
I ,
j SHOW' will make available annually ,.
two j by announced yesterday.
) ; four-year college I '
I.1 Reason for the ODe day postponement Julian McRae
Sponsored By scholarships to be awarded tow'snets .
is that the Commissioners I'
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of the Container Merit Wins Insurance
Starke i have been requested to meet
Scholarship program, starting in
1961. ::I with the City Council. Tuesday f Honor AwardJulian I

GARDEN CLUB'. Qualifying tests leading to I night to discuss joint financing of,

May\ 21-22. four-year college scholarships for work done at the .site of the I E. McRae of Starke,J _
children of Container employees Florida Development ''Commis agency representative for Life Insurance -

> .and. its domestic subsidiaries will sion's surplus property ware- Company of Georgia"was] .
,4 / be conductedat most high schools house south of Starke. designated to attend the company's .' a

( Starke Woman'."'Club' during March as a part of'a na- The Commissioners will meet at 1960 Honor Club conferenceat Surplus Property \Warehouse RisesB.

FREE' :ion wide testing program, admini- 7:30: with Council and when their the King and Prince Hotel, St i
ADMISSION =stered by they National Merit business is completed, there. will Simon's Island Ga., May 11-13..
--, Scholarship? Corporation. High go to 'the courhtouse to finish McRae qualified for membershipin Ii B. Watkins, job superintendent for J. H.Woifq Jr., concrete

This Space Contributed school principals may be contacted : their schedule. the club through his outstand- contractor on the Florida Development CanmI!iJon'. surplus -

for admission to the tests. [, ing record of sales and service, property warehouse, checks plaa at cite of the huge

Meekly to Publicize While the scholarships will be Register, a., to policy holders in 1959, along 100.600 square foot building BOW under construction on U. S.

Community Eventsby awarded on academic merit.without with other leading &agency representatives Ml south of Starke. In the background t'11W'8.-an lowering

reference to financial need The annual #Register Reunion I from Georgia and into place the first of the sed trusse on the columns which
THE COMMUNITY the individual student of the South Florida.[
stipends iria bt new lit
W-1-1 I' give toe bonding 100 feet of dear spuu At left .t* another
will be determined on the basisof (air Church.. Stockton.. Gv. onanday. Mr: McRae iI,member of,St.
: view of the structure; one of the largest of Its typo fa the
actual .need and may range .May 15.Au.memben: of: Mark's Episcopal'Church, EIka if'r
STARKE J [ tafcv. Armco Drainage and Metal ,Prodncii, I* the.JH' Df"" eon s
Masons American ,
from a minimum of $100 per year the family and friends are invited Legion -
:-, ,. ,, ,'.,, {to a.maximum of 1500. ,j and the Association.Gainesville Life Underwriters .. alte.tractor.4 Y' ,Around 100,000 yards of fill dirt were'required! at the

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THURSDAY. 3L\Y 12. 1960

-;; ... M'" 1M'''' "- .,. .....lL. .. .. ..... Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch reitL'Int'd -- -"-.--,' -=-.:.-...-=--.---
't I lance of 100 feet: to. stake.
Thursday of last 'eekF.I.IZ-BETH
DEITZ. et at, I thence-run. Easterly: 48r and
t t r *rcm a week's visit with Mr. and Defendants.VnU. "100 feet to a stakfe SOO' feet
k. A. Durdeaat Jacksonville NOTICE OF nT North of South edge of ..West
d'Sv LV THE.X.UIE OF TIBOTATE OF, Half ot Southeast Quarterof:
Beach. FLORIDA: TO: Northwest ( \1at'Ut:9f:' said Sec
.:- Little' ;ra I 'Mrs. Nate Dyal and Mrs. E. A. Elizabeth Deiti. a widow, whose : lion <* JTowBtJitoand! Range,
z res}dence is Sylva. North Carolina. then tn S util 100 fet to a
1t Hall l1 ended. the BPW InstaHa- I Dianne Deiti. Danny belts, Denis stake *thgpcBf5V !>ferl3r 593 and
t ;ton and dinner meeting in Mae- heirs the residence of each of whomis 27/100 f?ettjit > point ef com-
Women Sylva. Xorth Carolina, and the mencement, said lands lying and
I [cienny Tuesday Bight. Mrs. Dyal unknown heirs devisees, legatees being'in East Half of Southwest'Quarter

_.... .. ....._tI ..-- -" .. served as, installing officer. IIf>r.of&, grantees, creditors and I ,yf Northwest Quarterand
Mr. !'i other 'claimants claiming any in-I X&uUHalf of Southeast
and Mrs. Herbert Thomas''
Install .4 reset In the!' hereinafter described Quart j&. =Norbl>'ML.Qua..rttf' "'
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Richards Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere } and daughter, Kathleen, spent i! property by, through under or I of said. StH-tion, Township and
and daughter. Carol are spending -' in Brunswick, Ga. Sunday L Sunday with. Mrs. Irene Robertsin against XVilford Cline Deiti. de- Range.: w);fe'RU- -teaer'
I "a : l11t'ntl' .tuafot and Ap't!
two weeks In West Warwick, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dea- Officers i-- Palatka.Mr. You and each: of you, are hereby .. \1d-lnglg.,,,.
R. I. with Mrs. Richards' parents.E. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli i'I u'>tlied. that a suit In equity has o r in .nyw4epmaH.''tlrti (a- ,
L. Matthews and daughters, ver.Mr.. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell ef. Gainesville I --H-n brought against you in the bu'"t as S e,.. "' .Jlsltt
and Mr. and Mrs. j Citcuit .
Court of rradford County. In 11UIf: 'r T' ttrqupi
Anne and Betsy spent Saturdayand end SK-1 and Mrs. Joe Neal For New 4 /Ibert' Stefanelli and families and ,i Florida ,and you are hereby sumi rIght of 'waf <'N.IQ pats ebbr_ S
Sunday in Tallahassee at- Belche and children of Norfolk, g. j: Miss Harriett Home of Jackson- i rioced. ordered and required to file!' \eyed' sigoe 1W5. :
i.S I i "our written answer or defenses to I Ii ? This ord tendtirig the TSU parents day Va. and Mrs. M. A. Garcia and vitle spent Mother's Day with Mr. i the complaint filed herein against ;iqMlshed one \' Vej*, tt>t?_-topr ,
and circus and visiting Miss children of Camarillo, Calif. spent Year I| end Mrs., Henry Stefanelli and you in the above entitled cause in tooi-ei-ntive weeks 111teo. t1aaferd'!: '
j tin office of the County 'Telegraph, a duly qualified
Clerk of said
Mary Agnes Matthews. Sunday at Fairfield with Mrs. A. [ celebrated: Henry's birthday an- I '':m at Starke. Florida on or newspaper published in BradfordCounty

Extra Bobbins G. Yongue, Sr. and the Emery | niversary.Mr. before June S, 1960, and to serve Florida.WITNESS .
save time-Stock ,
3 copy of such answer upon Hollis my hand all Dean _
up with Sinter Bobbies at Den family. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondson.Mrs. V Knight plaintiffs attorney the raid Circuit Court of Bradford
mark Furniture Mrs. J. R. Hardee, Sr. and :Mr. Junius Smith and Mrs. H. -rein. whose address is P. O. Box County Florida, and" the seal of
Co. it and Mrs. L. G. Thompson and Miss Anne Matthews was installed -,I Pictured at their installation Monday night, new officers of C. Brown S4!. Stark Florida on or before rain Court at Stark" Florida, this
SK-1 and Mrs. Joe Neal Belche I daughter Susan of Fernandina as newly elected presidentcf the Little Women's dab are (I-r): Donna Trawick, treasurer; attended'the Southeast ".Id date, as required by the Laws 4th day of May 196"nncriT ':;.
Convention at the Deau- of Florida and the Florida Rules ( COURT SBAL
and little sons. Joel and Robert were Sunday afternoon guests of the Little Women's Club at'I Barbara Blankenship, corresponding secretary; Sara Osborne, \iile Hotel. Miami last '.r Civil Pm-edure.' If you fall to !''S/ Charles A. Darby,
I the May meeting Monday Beach do {'.tork of the rtnnit Court of
eveningn PO decree confesso
of Norfolk Va. arrived :1 I pro will be
last Friday Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. : the club house. recording secretary; Carolyn \l'kf'J'Sire president; and Anne Tuesday to Friday. I entered against you for the' relief Itradford. bounty, Florida
for a ten'day Vacation with I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sale of Matthews, president. :-' Mrs. H. H. Rabb and sons and demanded in said complaint.The 55 U iC!
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I Serving as officers with Miss nature' of said suit is to
Blountstown will be weekend
.. her parents Mr. I
I and Mrs. B. L.Krnnedv foreclose a contract ghrn to the
C. Belche of the"State Farm and | gtests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Matthews will be vice-president, miniature corsages. The BHS senior I Mrs. E; L. Matthews, were pre- of Jacksonville spent plaintiff and recorded in Deed Book> I I .. : '_- -' .-
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell of Miss Carolyn Vickers; corresponding members were presented with sented appropriate gifts. Friday to I 85 at page SI, et seq.. of the public
Starke. Dennis [Smitty] Smith was secretary, Miss Barbara rose Out-going officers I ,Sunday in Washington, records of Bradford County. Florida
nosegays. During the program, Miss Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. A. upon the following: described' property -
Mrs. Max Furlong gave a party confined In Baptist' Memorial blankenship; recording secretary, were= each presented -plaque.. ''Rosenberg Bailey situate in Bradford County.Ki .
Wednesday afternoon for her son, Hospital over the weekend aftera Miss Sara Osborne treasurer, The out-going president, Miss I' talk gave an interesting rids to-wit: I i' Florida
Bill, his second Miss Donna Tarwick. :Mrs. D. L. on colleges. Harry Rabb.: Bill Tilley, Julian From the Southwest corner of
on !
birthday. heart attack. Kathleen of the Fast Half of Southwest
Conway was presented McRae. and Crosby
Thomas of the senior club served I During the social hour refreshment Al were on a Quarter of Northwest Quarter
:_- -- > : a silver coffee spoon in her chos- :' hIm: trio at Crescent Lake over I I I RH of S\V' of XWt) of Section
,- < ,'- >- : / < ,- :<: -, : ,:;; -!,:" -:':: :>, <: ..' :: as installing officer. i were served to members 4 ,
the weekend.Mr. Township South
New members of the club were eu silver pattern. The two spon- I and their mothers who were hon- Range 22 East run East on
introduced and presented with I'I s ors. Miss Della Rosenberg and ored guests. and Mrs. Atear ThomlSnr.d South boundary line of said EH
STARKE ROLLER RINK Mrs. Hermie. Stevenson of : of SWU of XXVI 604 and 919 Theatre

Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlain I, Gene Shaw of Macon Ga. and Mrs:11;;.. M. Vickers and daughter Miami '!spent the weekend with t !I feet way to of State East edge Highway of right Xo. r0 of 0

went to Apalachicola Sunday of Lamar Shaw and Wayne Speer of I Jean, and Joyce Denmark I I\Irs. C G. Barksdale. ,and Mrs. (formerly Xo. 13): thence run
SKATING NIGHTLY 7:30 to 10:30 last week where Mrs. MacBlain I i E I I the University of Georgia 3ere. far Folkston, Ga. Sunday I I Lull Mott. Northeast along said East edge
spen:1 t of right of way of said State
Located At Legion Fairgrounds visited her son-in-law and daughter !' the .weekend with Mrs. ; ,r afternoon visiting her motherMreA. IN Tim r< Highway a distance nf 20rt feet Late Show
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Mr. and Mrs. George Fortuna Shaw ," 'j!i, : G. Gowen. pntnrnnn for the'POIXT OF COMMEXCEMRXT : "' -

rof FI.nitlDl.
Matinees Saturday and Sunday while Mr. MacBlain attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. George Flyrn! Sr.!j I Mr. and, Mrs. T. H. Slade, Jr. iv rtt..f'rrt1.. .I I thence run Northeast along I FRIDAY, 13TH.

2 to 4 and 4 to 6 P.M. Episcopal clergy conference'I and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Jr. andf(and :children and Mr. and :Mrs I-I HOT DTToiXg Plaintiff. of the said East Highway ede of right a dieTo -ofnay 1115 P.M.

SPECIAL PRICES TO CHURCH GROUPS it Camp Weed from Monday toFriday. daughter spent Sunday at St. ,,: J, Cv Sawyer of Jacksonville Beach I I ;
i I Augustine Beach. V.t'were weekend guests of Mr. andjilrs. Adults!: 50c Children25e.
Boy Scouts Girl Scouts Parties
Birthday My Many i
Visitors of the J. G. Caldwells I Mrs. P. D. Reddish is expected% ., Slade. Sr. I Ii .
We Can Qualify Scouts For
Skating Badges during the weekend were Mrs. to be discharged from Bradford I|i Mrs. Bill Graham, Miss'Clara I HOUSE ON THE

John Anderson of Cocoa Beach County Hospital on Friday after,i'Iranian and Mrs. George Winker : : j Friends and' Voters

Mrs. A. W. Anderson, and Mrs. being confined there for ten days t l i attended the spring' district !

That's Our BusinessIf David Sanback and son Sandy, I; She underwent surgery on Mon-i i i,I meeting of the Episcopal Women 01Bradord HAUNTED HILL

of St. Augustine. J Iday. I I1Ir. i of the Church in Melrose on Wed- I I
It's, Glass We Have It! Rev. R. E. MacBlain attended !i and :Mrs. Billy Dowling and'''[I nesday. 3
IM! CALL WRITE or VISIT the Episcopal district one meeting':family visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy I I "'Mr." and' "Mrs.. H. M. Richarde : CountyI With

at st. Simon's Episcopal churchill I] Mathews in Palatka on Sunday 'I j i of"the State Farm and Mrs. Annit VINCENTPRICE

Jacksonville Monday where he ; Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Raw-' of Jacksonville left CAROtFOHMART: ,
Joe Peters Glass CO. e forman I
had the on prison workat ( -, ..\.j; .:: ,
program kins and daughters of Jacksonville!1.5 i. <$i urday for two weeks vacation want .'.
the State Farm. were weekend guests of Mr. arid i i visiting Mr. Richarde's brother. i to each of you for electing me

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathewsof Mrs. W. H. Nollman.I i Richarde in Detroit ,Mich. i your County Commissioner, District 1, in the SAT. --'MAY: \ 14

We Design Modem Store Fronts Neptune Beach and Mr. and I IM:5. Mrs. Billy Tilley and children I f Wilt aiicl'also.visiting' their son Henry First Primary. 1st featire|

Just Mail Us A Pattern for Virgil Mathews of Atlanta :i and Mrs. Tim Warren spent the fRlt'hard: ,at Annapolis, :Md. I ,
Table Tops Beach were Mother's Day guestsof weekend with Mr. and bits JVlr. 'and Mrs. Drew Reddish and I If I can be of service to any of you in the

1313 N.W. 4th P!. GaJnesriUe.; Fla. Phone Fit 2-4353 Mr. and Mrs. Gar Mathews. I:, Dewey Warren in Glenville, Ga.j* f fSmily: -visited Mrs. W. H. Ed"vtards future, please do not hesitate to call on me at G

Purchase any model of Singer{i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanf'pent \ in Jacksonville on Sunday. I anytime. .r

I ...I Sewing Machine At Denmark!'' the first of the week in' The .Thursday; morning Bridge I THANKS
Furniture Co.
South Florida on (business. club gave a farewell luncheon

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhardi! Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and, P1e May at, 301 ]Restaurant for

when you needRELIABLE spent the weekend with relativesin i son, Nat, Jr. were visiting Mr:,I Mrs Steve? Simmons, who is mov- CARL PREVATT

St. Petersburg.Mrs. and Mrs. J. A. Dankel in Way.!Frig soon'to.. Miami.. The members rss
Bruce Cox of Jacksonville I cross, Ga. on Sunday. j igave I Mrs.: Simmons a personal (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

GAS SERVICETHINK Beach and Mrs. Monroe Griffinof i Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Andrewsand I gift as a ..memento of the occasion.I .-

Jacksonville were Tuesday Lewie Byrd of Ozark, Ala I,I Wayne Edwards of Washington, 'I .
guests of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. They I were guests last week of Mr. and I Il 'D.- C. arrived Wednesday to attend r I .AllEN

OF also visited Mrs. Cox' father, Fred i|l i Mrs. R. O. Dansby. The, Dansbys; thE l.of his aunt Mrs. GUI" BIG JENKINS
SLADE GASf : !I ;.funeral; iAYELcb.SUPREIIE. I !.; .BOl' :U/AIS"/
State Farm, who is
Sapp of
also had !
I as Sunday guests Mr;. Nellie Smith. .
a surgical patient in Bradford I1 I and bird'! 'R...JfAhdreWs And'fatnily'jEnd **Mte.' 'Ves r Arwoodof iawth- I : _.... vi .1, ___ .._ S. i. ,
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TANKS FROM GALLONS TO.1,000 OJl UK i County Hospital Mrs Alto Carr of Jacksoni -',ome was a Tuesday visitor., of 2nd Featuree ,
Sen. Charley Johns, Rep. C. A.i ville. !Mis. EWe Johns. and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil ,4

PHONE WO 4.3551 Roberts of Lake Butler, and Hat'J I Mrs. J. R. Lion:: was called to Mr. and Mr. Charles Parsons Douglas. formerly Manager of Suwannee Store {

roll Yawr ugh of Raiford werein j Chattanooga, Tenn. Monday morn of Amsterdam, N. Y. were week- 671 W. Madison phone WO 4.9231

".",. =. =-_.- Tallahassee on business last t j ing by the death of her father, end guests of Mrs. Parsons' We Reserve 'The Right To Limit Quantity 0111, ,,rwosocll

Friday. !' W. P. Moore. i brother ,and sister-in-law, Mr. WE, GIVE 'FAMILY rTM
Little Ricky Johns returned) ''l! Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs
.. l j! .. Joseph Bakken and Clyde Terwillegar, while SCR Etfl
home last Friday after three!. and family left Monday for Wahpeton -j enroute to their Florida home in I QUAKER Self Rising

N weeks confinement in Baptistl N. D. for three weeks visitwith St. Petersburg. M
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Memorial Hospital. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, lb. 3Qc
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver of II Bakken Sr. Jr. and, family spent Sunday at: :!

Williston spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty and I Fernandina Beach. DELMONTE 303 Can N

i I SERVICE Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. son spent the weekend with ;Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williamshave

Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns I and :Mrs. M. F. Chitty and Mr. had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. FRUIT COCKTAIL .

t iaiI AT ITS BEST have had as their gueses, Mr. andMrs. I and bits Chester Hadsock i in"Robert Cottrell and children of 25

t John Amos of Columbus, Ga. I. Lakeland, Ga Lcesimrg:: and Mrs. J. F. Rogersand ,

Tuesday and Wednesday of last I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hardigree Mrs., Walter Rogers of Jacksonville RICE 10 lb. bag r i 1

week, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Erin-I land four children of Orlando were I, over the weekend andMis. ggcDEUIONTE \

r 1 r ire e r son of Miami last Thursday and 11 i weekend guests of Mr. and bi rs., :: 1;. M. H. Williams of Eustis the ''KfRWIII o .TeChnier-t -
and :Mrs. D. S,
Friday, and Mr. Tyler Jones. 'past week.
., MAIHOO"1HiJH t / N 6RANiA !
tit \\'escott of Tampa overnight on : .
Sunday ] : oz.' 190 mJ'. _ra.
r t ti Mrs. Hildabelle Bence.,.of Jacksonville -{ ( :JIOI',A(aawi pcrw1Jl I

week with spent her the sister first, Mrs.' of Etta the|I THANKS BAKERITE '- 3 lb tin 39cWith Plus "100Qj, mile Checkup""

GOLDWIRE i SEfiVICENTER I I I"Don't Hoover.Mr. Ii I Cartoon. ,

and Mrs. W. P. Randall of,' $5.00 Food Order n.. ,

Tampa are spending this month'at SUN., ION.. ;;FlES.]

the Alvarez cottage' on Kings- : FROM DEEP IN MY HEART SALT -I- 2 pkgs ISc Ma15, t 617

ley Lake. J

Replace your old sewing ma-;
Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" thine belt with a new Singer Belt; t T-----I

from Denmark Furniture Co. tf'j'

JIM TONEY HOMES $1495 and Miss Dr.Gloria and Mrs.Johns C. C.of Mendoza Jacksonville;grid ,I ; br'. PRODUCE SPECIALS /YETRO prwaQO1 >\

up spent Mother's D u y with Mrs. ',ft4ViDNriE$
MO.: PAYMENTS AS LOW AS 37.50 J. Griffin. T'I tstaNno.rnp+tar

Mr. and Mrs. Oren Derkman and I| SWEET POTATOES 3". 25C tit

family and Marcia Haynes; were : tEihTIiIIN9E7QoCw

L\ visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levi Whittle -

and family in Dunedin on Saturday : .. I I CELERY large stalk .
and Sunday. I I''

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and I j I

Jimmy Hobbs of Gainesville were i j CARROTS pk. ea. \

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. f jI I 5c ___
C. Hobbs. 'II 13 s ; !

Mr. and Mrs H. G. Davis Jr.. Li': ....- table ion I Pjus "Chilly Reception" Car.
POTATOES- >- bag 59cI
and children of Gainesville! were I i toon. ,

visiting ilrg. Lucilfr Davis during Ei !
y the weekend. I WED., THUR. FRi;
No Money Down -. No Charge For Travel
I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding Sr i May 18, 19, 20

SDI TOXEY BUILDERS attended the Folk Festival at:, MEAl[ SpecialsHECK I.
Stephen Foster Memorial on Sun-i 0-
BOX.,868 'J .; .: I, I, i r !GAY
tt41LlI0, FLA. t f: day.Singer t dV GRIPPING!
sewing Mathlnc'N
salesman : es! I
Pleasehave taU .
on at Denmark Furniture Co. til i iI lb. GLORIOUS!

Name------ I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene' Frensleyj i BOMESmea'y 10 J .
;- and children of Goodlettsvlleit Words cannot adequately express my feelings and ; CiUtIW NCstts-
,., 1'I- ... awn aa9re!estrot
Address __--' I Term are guests this week of Mr.!I undying gratitude to the good people of Bradford lb-

,"'<- "" 4 Ii I and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. I County for their wonderful support at the polls ROUND STEAK 69c I : OUR N'I
Approximate Location _
n I and Mrs. Lee Fitch Miss
I I II on May 3. As your new County Commissioner, Dist. I ;
Mary :McDermott and Mrs. J.. C.; I UN IHIAVAJtA
.--------- ... .--.... Fogg and family ;were in Jackson-i 5, starting in January, I will endeavor to show PORK .CHOPS' lean lb. 49C I

,I. understand I tins under no obligation. I will W home ville Saturday. j my appreciation by making you a County Commissioner : ....Alec Guinness

wi ___ L-JI. :Mr. and Mrs.. ,Mack ,Futch and! that you can be proud of, and who wills -Burl IvesMaureeaOlaraEmieKovacs I III

.. .,, City rve fairly impartially and honestly to the lb. .
v I '4 I. I family were "Lake' Sunday;iI you RIB & BRISKET STEW 29C : :

PLUMBING I WIRING:' AND INSIDE FINISHED I visiting Mr. and Mrs Howard I) very best of my ability. g II NoelCoward ,

Mr. and Mrs Frank Thompson t
and Mr. arid airs. Ralph Wimberly lb. Morrow
It You Don't: See Us First We .Both Lose !Money\ of Columbus, Ga. will be week SMOKED BACON 29C L

end guests of Com. _and, Mrs. W. .
F. Glenn at Kingsley Lake. SUPERIOR OLEO ">. 9c Plus Tweet .and Lovely"Cartoon.

CALL COLLECT PHONE HO 8.Z781-WALDc FLA., Rev. H. 0. Boyette is conductmg .,* tit. -

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I 1.- :,_ _. u :. aM ,- 9 I Wesleyan Guilds .-[Three .Hostesses, I 1 1r I r Rehearsal SupperFor r(Officers Installed---' 1 announce. Nora Adrianne.the arrival on of May a daughter. 5 at-' :I

( Install Officers V j Honor! MiSS.Sewejli Powell-Sewsll ;iBy Southside PTANew BarksJale AFB hospital in Loui-.

I At Pledge ServiceThe i And V Bridesmaids '.m.a. .
\ V Wedding Party I oi fleer a of the Southsidei: ?.f.. and Mrs Charles Alvarez. .

) Wesleyan Service' Guilds, lAi& L.. D..Vin1n' krs. E. L.j I r Jefferson .! :iH&n.ay School: PTA were inV f" Lswtry announce the birth of\
I 1j % Ar. and Mrs. D. _
units one and two, field 'a comouitd {:.Maithvsand MTS.-K. G..Duncan t Powell t-mertainej at a lovely miled following\, covered dish i a daughter.! Kathy Elaine on MayJ

LW installation and pledge service c.K rtained at ;t" 'i luyeiy bridean -, ai. the May meeting.II. .
bullet supper P Tuesday evening it the First : iosluncheon last Friday honoring I
W I&dYa Mooty evening: on the patio of their B. Iiyrara. principal of !
r ... ---._ -- : ----- --- _--- ,--_-e- Mcihoabt Church. MiSs. Virginia :B well. ..indtitt home at 1K04! Dunsfoid' Head, : Mr. and ilrs. Charles I,. ).{eis.
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J iI __ The 1mprf lve. 'candle-lighting Diidesmaids.; I B..dlGld High School, served as : ter of Orlando announce the birthof
-- I Jacksonville, for their son, Jeff
-. insinuation was conducted by ; The l lanx-heon was held at the H Sewellfollowing I uoSlG.llrng officer for the follow- j a son, :Mark Lewh. on April
V P.jweU and Miss' Virginia
MIS.' it. S. Muuins, assisted by ; Duiic&n home en N.,Walnut street I .!:g: Mrs. W. fl. Sccggins. presl-I 28 in Orange: Memorial Hospital
their wedding rehearsal
I Mrs. W. L. Blair; co-ordinator, wjilch_ wasjltcor ted1 for the, occsslon :: dntirs.; Merrill McMillan vice Mrs. Meister is the former Jean.
in Stalke.
Tiiose installed iroUlp t one with:"artlsiic arcngementsof I'president: ; Mrs. M. P. Sheppard I Ii'erftQr'i nelte (- -g1flfl, daughter of Dr. ,
hoses, pink gladioli and stock) inattractive
vtre: pl sldtht: Mrs. Ruth-John- pink gladioli": Easter: lih'ea, and ; Mrs. J. T. Prevail. Jr., and Mrs. H. U. IM.c-ndon cf Orlando -

II I eon; vice-president, :lira. II. \V. white roaes., I arrangements: wereasrd irt-asuif r. : and granddaughter: of Mrs. ,
to decorate points of interestin 1\'
I Cressler: secretary Mrs. c. E. ; ,upon 'arrival'the bride-elect ] Tcm Casey. Soathside principal -:VE.. S. Matthews.
the Powell home. and the patio
I Hernvall; treasurer, Mrs. Paul was presented with a corsage- of \was lighted with Japanese: lan presented Mrs. W. H. Graham I' -

I Bridges., Chairmanships -::. promotion ;jink eweetheait roses.A.pirik..rose" VI with .1 past president's 'pin. ,. Mrs. \Villie: Mae Johns returned -

I I and Missionary tduca- arid, wedding,'bell : I terns. ': Supi. II. P. Morgan praised the \Mdn'diy; from a vacationa _

Ii I tion; Mrs. Nelvin' Green:' Christian '. wpilf was: attracUveiy] 'carried out II I j Among oi the the wedding guests paity.were memI'oers rnemb -- PTA and thanked the membership i I I trip to West fbi idol. where she "5

-I ti'i 1 : Social Relations. Mrs.A.., W. ',in.. he, l luncheon appointments. V : /; V V -ri of the immediate families'; !(.r projects accomplished for the !visited friends and relatives: in *:: ""

II I t Anderson; ; Spiritual Life. Mrs.iRs-'The V bride's"table was overlaid aud out-of-town guests. : I\ nojl during the past year. Panama City. AHha. and Sneads. -.

Lecca Simpson; Supply Work wi.h a handsome,.'.'hs d''embroi-: eYrfetY ;I The opening devotional was ''She also stopped for a couple of

Mrs. c. H Nasworihy'literature; ,, dered .white, linen cloth: and centered : I WMS given by Rev. S. E. Sparks. davs with her daughter Mrs. _
r ei* ak : and Publications Mrs.: Madge Mc- with an 'arrangement; of V 1st Baptist I I i I V V i jDoruihy Hayes awl: family in

fr ipjnald; status of women, Mrs.j :ipjnk1' loses, carriatI9ns and pink V 'V V Held Tuesday Night High School PTA 'i i j Jasper.Mr. .

ijJ t 4 I j Beatrice Farberr Memoership, :.fathei leaf fernS centered with a and Mrs. Harold A. John-
3 tf1 i i Mis. A. H. Harley, Sr.; Local pink satin V wedding1 band. The i The' icgular quarterly meeting ''Quarterly Meeting I II Sin of Gainesville visited Mrs.
I ICaurch Activities 'and Publicity, .')tier individual card tables were of the First Baptist Church WMS I W N. Johnson Saturday: after-
: Miss Madge Midd ton;; Coordin-: c centered with'old fashtoned nose- The Bradford High School PTA V
was held Tuesday night. The exe- men. Overnight guests of Mrs. _
IT; v, .,, :ator, ,3Ir.s. W., L. Blair; Nominating gAS s (I( roiVVg4\ pin lE tulle in leuilve committee met at 6 0'- ';will meet fat 7:30 p. m. Tutsday I'!J.hnscr: on Saturday were Mr. q1aild
: in the high school cafeteria. Of-
Committee, Mrs. Hernwall.. ,..Mlver vases. clock, followed by a covered dUhsupper i iI i Mrs. D. V. Haiti: and Mr. and _

From Unit two: president.. Mrs. I( The ice course. further carried I;litter.; for the coming. year V' will : Mrs. E. E. Johnson of Memphis. ____
'. ,' !I Henry Godwin; vice-presiden .. !oat the rose and wedding bell The Brownlee and Annie Armstrong V ;'be in.t: llt>d. ,. Tenn. """*

: : Mrs. Jake Oiuis; recording secre- ,, motif with strawberryvicecream Circles were In charge of .I

::: taiy, Mrs. Robert Co: secretary ir the shape of, roses and wed-' tV decoratIons, using on the main Ladies Council !

iof promotionMrs.Charles! Johns: ,;ding beU',decorated'cakes.. table a May pole and miniature;: .

J 'treasuier, Mrs. J. BHixon: The bride-elect 'was' presented lay poles on the officers' table The Ladies Council of the First .

F I I h4 't 1 j i spiritual-life ?IrSto. Wayne.Haines; i|with a Mlyer cake, knife,from .her i together: with spring flowers running Christian (Church rnefc\ at 8 p. m. STARKE FlAA

:' missionary education'nd public-I..h- tesses as a" memento of the lengthwise on the tables. V Thuisday at the church. The -- _U--

Mrs. Harry Mooty; Christian .. cecastoLV Mrs. C. P.:Cow n, -
,ty, Mrs. L. Q.: Powell, general pro- i president.? pied TUES. _
i ; < .)Cbl relations, Mrs. .':.B. Caut- ;; ..AIn rig the 16 ''attending feee: 2ram chairman, used as. her; : ..d, 's ld devotions were pre- SUN., MON..

i: tJq1 'Jnian; supply wcihi Miss Mary the'. ,ou -o.to\Vn wedding, guests. topic. "You. Can Tell." Taking : fctured by Mrs. Noiraa Badgett. j I May 15, 16, 17
4 inembership, .Mrs. i : j Helen Morton I! held : Oklahoma
I I C rol ,Bessent; I part wee Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Circle meetings will be Territory

-- R. S. Mullins; local.church actiities. -:;Birthday\} Party V \Veds Mr. StarkIn Mrs. Paul Raymond and Mrs. ,i;;May 19 a follows: Circle 1 at the k Bill Williams, Gloria Tidbotts

dw4 ", Mrs. Del' Colley; literature V Kate Sheppard who related stories home of Mrs. Jean Prevail, 10 a. "
; L1'I 1 !aud publications Mrs. Mullins; !.For- Judy, McRae- 1I New York !, from an oversize book made m ; Circle 2 at the hom' of Mrs. 3 MurderessesV

I I coordinator Mrs. C. D. Williams. oy Mrs. Neal Lyons. A. J: Green 8 p, m. Alain J *.lon, Mylene Demongeot' -

Following! .the' Installation Mrs. I Mf$. Julian McRae. entertained V Mr. and .Mrs. Alexander Morton Mrs. J A. Griffin, president j I I Pascale Petit, Jacquetiae Sassard

1 __ __ .1 Mullins presented Mrs.'Jake Gru- 1 at a dtl1gh( u1' party last' Friday of Route. 1, SCa'rke! anrj.unce conducted! the business session Plus Color Cartoon for KIds

-$ ; is with an honorary' baby ,membership -I evening for her liaughter, Judy, the marriage of their daughter, daring which Mrs. P. B. Beard I ...

cer lfcate for her Son. who, was' 13 years' old. V Helen Campbell Morton of Cedar gave .a short talk on the annual : Wed. Thur. May 18, 19
Beth V I
AlanDaniel :Gruis; gem. I
.hohor- I' The. 15 guests; enjoyed a scaviier. Grove, N.. J. to Frederick John convention In Daytona.V t Return Of The Fly
Mooty was presented an: All the night circles held short
; .hunt, dancing, fend refreshments Stark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
certificate '
1 Carr Junior membership. ; business meetings afterward. With Vincent Price
Stark LI
I during the party hour. ward or Cleveland Heights.
(f the ociety. ; Ohio. V V I Another Time,
_I : ':- -- ; I The wedding took place Saturday Burneys Observe I: I i Another Place

: Miss Sewell Wm. Jefferson Powell: of the bride who played "At white decorated mints, V V '.aftemon, May :'l.at ,4 o'clock 50th V 1 Bradford County Hospital an- and
Virginia ; Sullivan
AnniversaryV ,
Lana Barry :
Dawning", "I: Love YOU: Truly" The two punch tables were in the First, Presbyterian Church, i Bounces the following births: .

Are. Wed In Methodist Church Ceremony( ,* and '"0 Perfect: Love." V overl&id with.white organdy cloths North Arlington, N. Y. with Rev. E.i i i Mr, and Mrs. L. Q. Johns ,Jr. I Glynls Johns r

Jefferson D.. Powell served his and centered'with' silver" 'punchbowls. Milton B. East Wick, pastor, per- Burney Mr. and Sr., of MrS.VEverette Jacksonville V were I,of i Hampton a son. Carl Wilson Plus! Color Cartoon for Kids

Miss Virginia Sewell. daughter shaped arrangements of white sonas best man, and ushers were ::. Around the bowls was analrangfm forming the ceremony.: :;May 4. -

Of< Mr: and Mrs. William Byron gladioli, chrysanthemums ,, and Jack Dodson of Tallahassee, t 'of smila interspersed ,The bii4e,' givepln! ma'rriage by honored Sunday May 1, on the!' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anthony !\ 20 21 S
Fri. Sat. May ,
occasion of their Golden Wedding I
3well'of 1 Starke, and William calla lilies. The background was James 0.. Sewell of Jackson\1l1eI with double English dal- her .father, was lovely In an imported -. I'I'I Prevost of Keystone Heights, a

Jefferson Powell of 3234. Poplar foi med of branched candelabra James E. Cottrell and Roger, ..P.Guisslnger es. Silver' i oulP.Otes. held mixed silk:and alencon l lice gown, I Anniversary. The celebration was' 'laughter Shari Anne, May 6. STALAG 17
streetDenver: !: Colo., son of Mr. decorated -with '#smilax and' burn of ,BatonRouge,. La." I ti'1ts.. "V V princess'style, with a chapel train. I Given at the home of their'I I'1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anthony :. William ilolden Don Taylor and

and, Mrs. Jefferson Davis: Powell ing white ,tapers aid .palms. Master John Dobson served as The' bride's book table'was covered Her fingertip veil was attachedto daughter, Mrs. Blanche Lee, 5443.(Baker of Keystone Heights a I Otto Premlnger

Jacksonville; were united' inmarriage' White ,satin bows and ribbons junior I usher- ; .I I (witAan .>TOporied> Brussels a crown'ofsillt, and'p al'ls. She San Jose Blvd. Co-hosts on this daughter, Toni Diane, May. 6. The Man Who Could

Saturday afternoon at caught wittf' clusters of 'white'pompoms' Mrs. Roger P. Guissinger! : .. Qf lace 'and Itoeiv.e/oth: and held: a carried a cascade bouquet of white (occasion.dren. were. their other chil I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Qrtffis of I

4 ptl'ocKin',the.First Methodist marked the family BfI ton. Rouge attended her, 'sister. sitigW; : Uver,Vcndle' holder, withwhite crbids :"ahd. atep lanoti9. former residents -I Starke, a daughter Ronda Elaine, l Cheat Death

'ui1r4L.Officiating at 'the double pews.. V V V ,aa .matron of h&noand: :maid...6f,, i taperj-; ; ecprated? %Vitlia\ 'cascade Mrs.V RIta ,5j jrberg of 'Cedar, The Burneys are: .May 8. Anton Dlffring, Hazel Court andChristopher
of and
nl8" 'cprempny-was Rev: 'Herman A program of nuptial music otlsmilax and nosegayof 1 Lawtey; were married V Mr. and Mrs. Clark Bearing of
Grove N. Lee
honor was Miss Joyce 'Pamentier ,, J. attended her sister '
; in.
O Boyetle pastor. was- rendered i by Mrs.JE.-K.:Perryman of Fort. Lauderdale. Mrs *'Crosby' pink.: ,roses and valley :Uh1eS.V: aa matron, of, honorTn a gown'of ,Mrs. ISurney's Starke on father May, 1910.bY the. late |,Waldo, a daughter. May 9. \ Plus 2 Color partoon for Kidsm

,ThValtar of' the church was I l organist and.Miss Martha :r.. DaVkjns of Jacksonville;,"and 'HildabeliwBence. :and L/D" of :.Jacksonville. blege silk .organza..,She carried a Rev. H. V. Skipper. T. Sgt. and Mrs. J. H. Gassett
beIui. 'Ith two large medallion-: Jane Sp nce. violiniat/and1 cousin lrs.: Jack Dobson-otTallahassee Mrs : : Vining I nasegay" .deep pink:carnations.I .
presented' guest&ito 'the- receiving i I .... .. V V .,."""="" =- _____',
attended the bride as bridesmaids.' Mrs. Dolores Sly: .of North Arlington I -
: tne corriposed of V Mrs.. W. B.Scwehr'Mrs ,'. N. ,j. served bridesmaidand l' ,
All bridal attendants wore v as
I : rj.. D. Powell;, the muThAT I
_ 4 :ntlcalgowns of aqu*',lace over Miss Karin Norberg of Cedar -' :: ,, -' sp F. ( (
I taffeta with fitted. 'b. ,diCe" find bride 'ar d' ,, -,- ,
i tendants. Miss: Ethel! Spence directed :, '
'biidt>SIlald. '
junior They were attired
elongated back. The bouffant !
guests to 'the, ,bride's book 'HA11VES.
shirts) featured aqua satin bows in Romance blue silk or- :,
table 'I
which was1 attended by Miss i S
';ith atin streamers falling to ganza carried! nosegays
ElEt; beth .Atki11S t of Port Laud-. i '
;hehemline.: In their hair they (jeep plrik carnations. VL : DENMARK'SPLUS
j _
wore u white velvet'bandeaa with .b. V Serving, as best man.was Rob. .lt -
; Seweli.of 'J ek: -
: ; Stark, brQther of : Ush-
shaded pink butterflies' with 'se'ins the'groom
'i and, ostrich' feathers and a srviileVnd Mrs, W;;; W. Riser of j!;I era were Fred Jackson of'Mount CHANCE TO WIN VALUABLE CERTIFICATES !
Tallahassee cut the btlde% cake.
large green leaf curving over'the !.Vernon, N. Y. and Hugh Morton!
presiding at the bowls j
i risht ride:: They carried cascade. I punch were of.'Kearnyi N. J.. brother of the
Mrs. Robert M. Cottrell of Lees-
bouquet ", of anthurium lilies bride. ROOM
burg, Mrs. Jennings 'D. Cottrell
c After the wedding a receptionwas
shading from deep to light pink. Jr. ',of Eustis, Mrs.:, Milo Sieglerand I I
The bride, given }In marriage by held at Bow and'Arrow Manor -

/ / AY"May 13:14 her father, was radiant in an exquisite Miss MargaretRose West Orange, N. J. V = :J
j Serving; 'as floor h Duncan.j '
Fri.-Sat. ; V .gown of antique Ivory After spending,,some time with AA =
Mrs. A., Z. Adkins"Mrs.; : '4 Iji :
their guest the Jeft ;- :
satin. The molded bodice couple on
You Save Your Silver Plus.Chance to Win Long. Mrs K- G. Duncan, Mrs. i
'portraitne L.:
O. Beasley..Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.
Valuable Certificates! lusion and Aleneon lace. The Ions alter: which they will
-:- Mrs. L. A. Dam Mrs; T. H. Slade,
Alencon lace sleeves formed' 'calla make their home in Cleveland,
V .*. I
-S $ Mrs. S. A. Weldon. and Miss
for the lily points over the wrists., The Dela! V Rosenberg. Passing trays : Ohio. ;j
voluminous skirt which fell ..Inyacef Martha'Weldon, The bride is a ,graduate of
Misses ,
V weie 'I
GRADUATEi ol folds swept into'' a. cathedral Markkyahn' Johns.-' nd Miss Mon cJa r' State College. N. J/and

train., Her finder tip 'veil,6f ,Rosalind -Riser of Tallahassee. ,V Is now a stewardess for United

\' / Many Grand Gifts fueerest: illusion had a, scalloped' Rendering soft piano -background Air Lines;
To Choose From hand-rolled hem and was embroidered i Mr. Stark is V a graduate ofLehigb
1 music were iirsl: Levy.Canova and -
seed pearls. It "University, Pa. and is
V, BUY WHILE ON ,Mi's. L- J. Green. r
vtfis attached to -a circlet; of brr vice-president of the G.&S. Stamp-
SPECIAL! After.spending some time withtUelrguestsxthe
V ange ..blossoms.Her only ornament ; i ing Co., Cleveland,"Ohio.
bride and
i groom
CASH PRICES NO INTEREST was a single' ,strand of '
CREDIT AT i left on&V wedding trip, to Denver,
NO CARRYING CHARGES pearls a gut of ,-the groom.. She i Colo,, with; a.brief stopover la Beta Sigma Phi S

canied a bouquet 'of gardenias I Mexico; They will be at home Has Pledge Dinner .
and Phalaenopsisrrchlds. ,1
Louvic .. the Mystic white Cattelya after May 22 at. 3234 Poplar V FULL SIZE
& ELGIN lilies of the valley, and
i4PLOV rtreet, .Denv r, Colo. The bride And Ritual l

-. white lace leaves; woie :for traveling" beige dress t __ J
WATCHNw Mrs. Sewell selected for her dau- The Beta ,Sigma >>>hii.
WATCIIESAV with a bolero jacket complemented J

- ghter's wedding- ,a' sapphire"blue with' the., orchid corsage from I hlld'a pledge dinner" and ritualat SOFA BED AND MATCHING LOUNGE CHAIR
full length with-match the Garden Restaurant last
lace gown ter wedding, 'boDtluet. and beige .
ing aCcessories'and 'corsage of and coral 'accessories. Monday 'night..

pink cymbidium orchids. ,, ,The bride; Is a' graduate of The head dining table was Choice of Colors V

:Mrs. Powell wore a copper
lace gown complemented with a V holds a Bachelor, a.ndl.1isters degree and lighted candles extended Compare at $149.95 95

purple'orchid, cOrsage. of';Music Edu at1On.- ,She is down the length of the side Fri.-Sqf.
'Immediately after! tnie' ceremony a": member.d Pi Beta.Pht' soeial t i tabl s. All* candle .holders were
SS9.5Q a ,reception-was: held In fraternity .SigmA Alpha Iota !entwined with sm'llax..

the Starke'.Womans-c ub. White music, fraternity.. V V I After, the: dinner, Miss Louise ONLY
Only $
$24.95up : .49'SO'h gladioli, pompoms 'and,..calla ,lilies Mr..,Ptfwea Ita, graduate of Stern officiated'at the ritual cere
,: I in pedestal baskets against a Georgia :institute, ot Technology mon,'. On the table wag an arrangement : '

.. background fcf palms formed the I wher he'was a' member of Sigma of yellow roses the

FORSTNER DANGLE' V effective 'decoration,* No .social fraternity. ,He is soiority flower, flanked by black:
: .
The mantel In the lounge, before employed,by the PS1CohCom: dl :Ue$; New members pledged SILICONE IRONING BOARD PAD & COVER SETS

which the receiving line pany:, as assistant regional man- were:, Miss' Betty Jane Morgan,,
BRACELETS from :..$5.95 stood was graced it one end bya aer, ,Denver region;' I Mrs.- Barbara Hutchinson, Mrs. '

i ;: three-branched silver c nde- Among the outof-town guests 1 Paul Hutcl ns. Mrs. Paul Canova. Soft Resilient Ironing Surfaces ,

Libra with burning white tapers were,Mr.and-Mrs.,Woodrow Riser(j Jr., and Mrs.. L B. Trescott. Mrs. '
H. Blade Sr. : InstaUed as *: Tailored Fit Fits Most All Metal
Rosalind, Vir- ,
and at the other end was a beautiful : and daughttr and fT.
arrangement of white double '- giniaV,. Mr. and Mrs Jack.: Dobson' onsor, Welcomed Into the club and, Wood Ironing Boards. V C

- V GIRL'S I. D. TIE SETSFrom 'ELgI :ih'stock' and pink sensation -. and family, 'and Mr.: and Mrs. J.: as' a. new transfer 'member was

'r ,From $8.50 $2.50 roses. The.large .mirror, In:. V ..Chapman, ,.ail .of Tallahassee; Mrs. Mary Ruth Simpson, Rat-, Fri.-Sof. V

: : tl\e background was bordered th&inlliix. I.j'|Mr. and Mrs.- J. D..Cottrell. Jr ford. V V V '

,. :;I- QOY'S Yellow Gold & White Gold.; and ,a large ':white .wed- 'i and family of Eutis.Jennings: : U.Ccttreu.Sr Twenty :members enjoyed this 'V ONLY
I P.'s I'
V CROSSESFrom ding bell V hung, in one.corneV I| .. Mr,;'and Mrs. R M. delightful,'aatl'

V FromS.50Opalite The bride's, table' was ..coTeredwith !CGttnU' and family. and Miss '
$3.50 an Italian cutwork doth Elsie, Turner of' Leesburg; Sidney UDC Plans. Picnic
i At"
"It's A Fact You Can Do Better
V '
centered ilth. a four-tiered wedding Tally of Nashua N. }LVMiss 1
PEARLS cake embossed with' ,white :: FJtsabeth Atkinson and V Miss The W. T. Weeks chapter U..

I. From $5.00 ro es and topped with a small ar'I Joyce :Pamentier of ,Port Lauderdale D. Cy met at the home of Mrs.A. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

_ PENDANTS 495.. V V rangement": "life'.}Jllies of the : MrVE;: M. Tally Mr. and Z. Adk1 WecJrTesday' after- .

valley. Balancing the, arrAngement : Mrs Lawrence McCollum and noon' of last week with Mrs. O.

T was a five 'branched silver, Mrs. "DorothY- Cox. of' Tavares: L. Haynes Sx/as eh stes.s. .

L GEM JEWELRY candelabra, d decorated .with smi I I Mrs- Toombs Shaw and, Dr. Lo Plans: were' made for the final OF STARKE

: I lax and holding burning; white,, well Shaw 'cf Miami. Among the meeting In June which will be -a V

ta ers. Silver trays :decorated Jacksonville : tuests'were' Mr. and ;):::nic and covered dish luncheon Starke. Florida

- 109 E. ,Call Street Starke, Fla., with: a ruffle of white ,tulle V and,I I Mrs- James. O,'S well and family at the-Klngsley Lake 'home of 434 446 West Call St. Phone WO 4.4321 I

V N. L. WOODBURN,:Owner nosegays of pink sweetheart ros sand j and Mr;. and Mrs. Crosby H. Mrs. F. B- Beard. V ... __ : .----- ._-- --VV "
valley, lilies held pink and I It Dawkins.and family. -'" ----

jt: : Ii1iVI1 .-. .,. ---- --V,-- t"c--.t--



BRADFORD STARKE .\ niui $DAY, MAT 1%, 1969)
> A POM __ __ __u_____COUNTY_____ --- ------FLORIDA-- -
r ,_'_'_L_ _._ _._ ___. '_J_._ _._._ -
f parking will be provided for 150 School Board for school bus bodies to be pur- The board also voted to transfer
chased from a $30,000 budgeted credited to the county at
editorialOur Farmer's DiaryBy cars: 011 a two-acre lot. $1,400
Mr. and Mrs. Shuford write Hears Favorable item. Chassis for.the busses will Tallahassee to a construction account -

that they were delighted last Audit ReportThe be purchased through state for use in partial payment
Sam AlcGarvcj vtvek when crates of Bradford agencies. of an elementary school

.. .. -
County strawberries .came into Bradford County School --- --- -- - -
Lopsided PrecinctsOnce - - - -
their !supermarket to sell. Board accepted a report at its

"The farmers there will be interested 2 from State Audi-
again an election has illustrated the 1 1i 'cll us about a sick cow and to Slay meeting STARKE ROLLER RINKCut
I to know that the loose
tor Bryan Willis which describedits
fantastic inequity of Bradford County voting ask which "vet" we used to use. pack seem to be the best way to financial record as good. ( out this Coupon and present at Rink)

precincts and the need for redistricting at the I V/e were glad to direct them to put up berries." they write. ': Willis said finances were care- SKATING
Doc Mullins, and then from the LADIES NIGHT FREE
earliest possible moment.In carry well, and are not mashedor fully managed budgets were well .
I ijmptoms they described, it
bruised. The quality is good prepared and followed as to each PASS
sounded if the had the !
as cow
the First in the Sheriff's PASS
Primary race, and the flavor is delicious. detail. .
I ::ame trouble after calving thatbothered
which usualfy attracts the largest number of our old milk cow Joy. "As we were farmers in. Bradford Tile report contamed mild criti- I FOR BEGINNERS;

marked ballots, a total of 1,892 votes were cast Frequent showers and the warm She went "off her feet!" soon County for 18 years, we are cism in instances where property Monday Nights Only 12 Years or Under

in the overcrowded North Starke precinct, while sun have speeded up the growthof .after she had: a calf, but wh.s always interested; in the grower records were considered' incom- Good Until May 30 J Tuesday-1:00-6:00 P.M.

only 66 were cast at Graham', and 83 at New the corn, peas, beans and oth- Doc Mullins gave her a bottle of sad the progress he i i? making.: plete and inadequate. (Shoe Skates Extra) or Sat-2:00-4:00 P3I.

River. er crops in the county during the medicine, she'd perk right up a- Best o? luck to one and all." The board decided to advertise .
I, __.- _,.__ ._ _- .---. ,-.:::: .;::;;:
gain, and then we fed her some :-:: :: _' : ;: :>: ; : :: :; :
should be set that past week However, the insectsare
Voting precincts up so syiup to keep up the sugar in her
they ;re as nearly equal in population as is busy chewing away, and unless clocd. ,

practical, and it is easy to see how far short a good program of dustingor '- '

Bradford County falls of this goal, when more spraying is" observed the "bugs See where some of the scientistswho Your Sheriff
will got 'em.
than forty per cent of the county's registered .5 fool around with plants are
now bring to raise peas that
voters reside in one precinct North Starke, and wound
The berry crop will be will be cube-shaped instead of
less than two per cent each in Graham and New up soon, according to one observer lound- Seems that some peopleate .
River. who said that in some cases "
trouble with the a
having: peas ;p
the picking would be through rolling off folks, so they're .trying 4'yete
This unequal distribution of the voting load within about a week. to breed a plant which will

makes for undue congestion and an unnecessaryburden produce cube-shaped seed that .

on election officials in North Starke, Shortage of help in picking will be easier to manage.
has proved to be a factor this .5 '
South Starke, and Lawtey, while officials in the reason and growers feel that the We can suggest a shortcut.forthem. rJ. 4fy

smaller precincts hay idle time on their hands.It acreage this year 'is tops, unless All they have to do is cross t

also makes for an unnecessary delay in getting M.me provision is made next the peas with hairy indigo, and 9; '
year for more labor. One farmer they may get the shape of seed
election results. If 5
theprecIncts redistricted
were -
scouted all the north end of
over they want, but we won't guaranty
on the basis of trying to get them all as near tr.e county, was unable to find anything as to taste. % ;;:

500 electors as possible the count could easily pickers, and turned the patch 5. .

be completed before over to the public on a "pick your Of there are a lot of
midnight. As it is. jt takes course !

several hours longer to complete the count in own" basis. ether important contributionsthese : :

North Starke, in spite of using, the new method experts could make. Take
The debate is still going on a- watermelon for instance. It
of counting that has cut the time in half of whatit Lout plastic mulch and hot sun, rutty be sweet and juicy and taste tIL :9S

used to be. but one grower who made a test wonderful especially when cooled -

Even with our unequal'precincts' voting and this past week found that cooler the just right, but did you ever
plastic were
terne; on try to fit one in a refrigerator?
counting proceeded more smoothly here than it than those mulched with wild Deviously, a cube-shaped melon s
did in several counties that have installed
expensive bay.
'would fit better, so you plant
voting machines. Neighboring Baker breeders get busy on that one. *
County, for instance, reported long delays due One important finding this year .5 *

to took the unfamiliarity some people as of long voters as with 20 minutes the machines.It to vote., k terry that growers.Captan Those has paid who off used for it c one That's egg big co-op news and about we the Key-wish IS ONE OF THREE FLORIDA SHERIFFS EVER TO RECEIVE A I

that it will be a regular partof ,
say them success in the world.:
using the machines, and waiting lines grew so for raising berries every
l long and voters got impatient that hand bal program Co-ops throughout the country .

lots were passed out at precincts with voting in .the future.* h way..ve growers demonstrated can get that a the realistic only CITATION FROM A GOVERNOR OF THE STATEN '

machines to speed things up. Several other counties The tobacco plantings are coming price for their stuff is to join a

'reported trouble when machines got' out of along fine in this area. Growers .- co-op and then stick with it. -

order, and in one instance voters waited in line in the Brooker section, including 5S

all' night before they could get a chance at a Lloyd Dyal. Howard Douglas Get a kick out of an ad this '

machine. Still further trouble with voting N. G. Hayes, and Lloyd Bar- week that said-"when.plantingnear ;. -

machines developed in one county, where it was ry are very happy with is the doing way a swimming pool it is right 'Jrf" _
the old "money ciop" I
Cornuta, but do not -
claimed an error was made by one of the so- tc plant Ilex :
now. A by any other '. ( .
called "fool proof devices. 5 pant holly rose -
would have just as sharp : : -
We do Mrs. Haold Starling and Mrs. .. \ 0 ::i \ :
not feel that machines which
voting rxrints. -
Harry Wilkerson stopped in to ________ rf" A 1 Go s- -
would cost the around $30,000 the i 1 led bY .
county are C
Clerk: .\. 1. Crosby, Jr.: Inspectors aQ, tong .'' I
answer to any problems that might be experi- Rites WednesdayFor : Kenneth r Oriiler- ; Lillian "\Y. oeadb ? \n inlerceP lha l. ',.-- .... t.,

enced in ,Bradford County Ion election day. The J. CowartAt "Pifhop',>..llw>rlh; Jewell;.inuise Xoepel A.. Le:; Dorothy Edward {{ \) D. ten deCed doperv adoe three f '
John \ S\.er\, ice and \ : 't :iff ,
answer lies: in re-diStricting our voting precinctstq J .Sheppard. J..lrifKcrvfT t'.,',J'<.). ser'. of '
,1 gaol 5tarke'anuar :
NO 4 OraJWm 2 .
get them on a, more equitable basis. NorthsideJohn tof\O\1 to .0-., '
reI' '
Clerk: John A. McKinney: ; ar nO ef _..
sp& torslatlle: : Darts; Frances, M.. I t' ..On "lei \ a ortur, r< Diets '
,hen, i rf,. ever the time comes that it does Jackson Cos art, ;534<>1 ,'J1KCINCT\w.s: .Tlu'I'\la'l., C." tifftIJ 'IH'I tIn.w} :W' is.. ; ; ernt.._k:'ng\ng.\to lira ib\e- tor .one,, d Souli. '-' 1\.' .1'1 .:, -:.;,7-... ,L u

become desirable. to (install voting machines,;' we Heilbrorm Springs, diced Monday* J (';..rk: W.5'llI.M. a 1l'1sIL: "'lm'.Pf'd. ,.1. t, i andJf re \lo .s F\orida a '\'arren. wed f"f
will be ready for them and not faced with the' afternoon in a Jacksonville hospital : Ethel H. Shealy: Kad B Watter -' > bad been In Go\"Ernof \\eriU 1.1 the per 4 i ;
rderS : ,
Cannon -
U. '
brief illness. Mr. >n; Ina F Knight; Floy m S to ;
following a .
ridiculous proposition of installing a machine in ci\a\on. hat 030'j'j '
'" -: otber dlltn his I
to \ me .
Cowart gone cured : j.
a precinct to tabulate the votes of 66 persons. rjtKCIN'CT NO. CTht'I.t'liRal'J..rk nr \eore been
a check-up and was in thedoctor's : John i:. Ham nol1d; In- 1\\alt h a ere -,
the 'time of his '|.n'dor: (;rare 1>. ..arle. Virginia '' \ \n to aPpeatFlOt tda ta\\bUllY diili."U \ .
office at de
Last year the matter of re-districting was T 1: Jn.tI.'n; Cbde Hall; Hazel L. is n'<' count) ". ba s \te d .
bein' given favorable consideration by the :County attack. 1t.)ve11. ....<. \\rador d dut\e .{t V.1\\e\bod'\p and' ,1 \\.
NO. 7-New River \ bis Sberl d \ ;t -
Baker I'HI CIXT of
1906 in of
Commission, but the last Legislature made' Born Nov. 10 T'trk: Reddish .1:. Andrews: 1n.II'T' rinan a trat \ec\\on a olive d : hat
County, Mr. Cowart moved to Winnie Mae Andrews; t n t -
some changes in time requirements that madeit ; : 'tic .:
0tree. publiC pient 1\\Urder'5 \ ..
this county at an early age has elation Floyd Wiggins; Gertrude o f of{ t ;
oUr '
impossible to proceed as planned. Althoughwe I1.! '.-n lirllry.1'IIsCPNCT low ire { .
since, farmingin m slierappll !. _
resided here ever s0 .
are not familiar with the provisions of the Heilbronn Springs section. Clerk: It. NO.Brooker P. llarrell; Inspectors: \ "It't a. .\ c\\d \ : '- :\ "' 1 t.,. ..
the !1t.- J
new law, we hope the Commission will again turn His were the late Abel J. I..-.. A. Ural: Dorothy Jean Douglas bY persl o\\ce tecbnh'ND' ",\\ltll, .e. ,dtl.
parents 1 .
its attention to this important problem at the Newmans ilaiy Ellen HarrelL rood ern P o{ 199 / 1\\a nner ? to ,: '
Cowart and :Mintie Hj' order of the Hoard of County \ 'eat ibl\\t \ : ". :r. ,-t>-
proper time, and correct this unnecessary stumbling Cowart. who resides in Starke. CommK-ioners Florida, this :May of 11 Bradford:, A. D. 1969.County in the } ore e1l C1Plat rt5} re Spon.t o l ore st.tts }"

block in election procedure in .Bradford Besides his mother, Mr. Cowart if.FFKTAL SKAL). Clerk te\\nes s t: dscbaroun1 anotber s k e t ))1' H. _.:: +,
Charles A. Darby '
County. is survived by his wife, Orene It ba ra\ord uP ell} -
tores tneddl5h B edit on\ P
Padgett Cowart; one daughter, <,: . ,, \ ..'{be \' D. i"e.flt'S' of roll\ec\S cf hoe pro \ ard j"_ ,'
Sherry Ann; four sons. Stephen. ;. --.- -- ., { t % tog
-- -- She abi\ing \
tl .
urtber \\\a tivitosil9
More About .
BryantLast John J. Jr., Frankie, and Michael ore law. an d \ Par. rn \ \.A/iiv .
Cowart. all of Starke; two \ f\of\ or tbe.ereign s tate. of fa ct. aU- tbOr1\ \ ,.,. :_'4;:. 1J
week we suggested that Bradford voter' brothers. Charlie and Floyd Cow- WHEN 001 F\or\da f.lily so'.d ,late mewls.'trice of ire t and coin' .

might do well\ to join forces in backing FerrisBryant art both of Starke; three sisters, secure afore warren, bda cotnP htnenand t. .-
for Governor man whose ability ancj Mrs. R. L. :Morgan and :Mrs. O. P. { t"e fU\\Ef For'In :
integrity are acknowledged to be on par with Hutto, both of Starke. and Mrs.C. ,ieW \ba\ \. .ernor of : :.

any other, candidate in the field and whose interests B. Pepper of Miami. YOU and P roper 11\e as Go' RE DD\SD \UU\IC \
Funeral services were held at es\ed In 0{
being from Ocala, should be more closely D. nee bonor11end -
identified with ours than one from some farther 3 pjn. Wednesday in the North- \ t.Jf.R\f. P dO\ot\ of. an' \ -
fide Church of which he li.ng
= Baptist 5
of the State. ainsta in\stra
was a member, with the pastor, : ,. ',,,-(' ....... f or b\e adtt\ band
Rev. Gerald E. Suggs, officiating. NEED --' ". ell.done.onora tnY.
We believe that Senator Carlton likewise N to r ,et 0 t

possesses ability and integrity and would make Burial Conner was Cemetery in the family under the plot direction in 'F. : ._< .' {or'\1 d utc n s\bi\it\ !, an d ba\e rereu nto of -tie S 1anuar fe '
= 1
Florida a creditable Governor if elected. r of .
.: ice- \tf.Of+ cal day
of DeWitt C Jones Funeral I ta ble off Gt '..gih .
W\\ '
Bryant, however, it seems to us, has 'th Home. MONEY : I .. '. a'l ?f.sS be aUiSed ore capitol, tbd \:5;
to tber.
most well-founded
knowledge of state
govern ,
I ,'
,, \ eau baSs'
ment. He not only has served five terms in the c and a t Taonda \ '

Legislature, but has made government a life- Company C Gets ; .f\J Lf LER "
1952. R\O\\ ,
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long study He is, in the truer sense of the word, Superior RatingAt SEE US ., (signee. .' ',- GO ,...
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a "student" of government whose theories could Inspection ,. : \ .
tiring about of the :"L'Q'I ,
reforms need.
we -
many ,
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Among his other good qualities is the ability St rke's National Guard unit, ." ., .. .,...- ,' 0'i', .'! ..t.rJ' ..'--,. .:. -, .)
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Co. C, 748th Ordnance Bn. received a\ .. <.'.. 1'
to work with members of the Legislature in se- # t'" :;, .. -. J1;: -
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a superior rating in a command -, t' :) 'If'A ; .
curing the passage of these measures, gettingthe maintenance inspection -. ,. -. ,. .<..!. .,' ..--.'.-.''-J. ',. ..,.".,..- .'- '- .' .-c'L...''. : .
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various factions to forget their differences conducted Monday by a Third ;< ; ; >

and work for the overall good of he state. Bryanthas Army inspection team. ..-- ..f ,-.. 1e;. GBNlRl Sf!' ,"' << # .. .
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such record -
just from his u
a service.In .
past A pot check inspection was .,- ,J /' : -' ,
every term he served he won some of the made of all itt'ms' equipmentand UPTO ....r- '"f "" .,."..o. .-'J-;':''. '! S 1'0 C 'P __ _. _

recognition paid by fellow legislators such as: their records in the unit. t : : 'SC :

most outstanding all-around member, most effective There were a total of 10 superior

member, most valuable member, most effective ratings, and one excellent, mak- .

debater, and member of the most effect- ing the overall rating of super- $$600 "
ior, the highest that is awarded. I'
ive three-man delegation. To carry this record The inspection team, headed by

further, he was elected by fellow members, as Maj. Robert O. Mitchell, is a reg-

Speaker of the House for the 1953 term.It Ft.ular McPherson.Army unit Ga.working Maj. Mitchell out of DON'T BE MISLED BY RUMORS, UNTRUTHS, OR HALF

is due therefore to this ,
thorough know- stated that Co- C was in a high .
ledge of state government and the high respect state t of operational andis "
"Folks Find Us
that he has always earned while in public: office one of the best units inspectedby TRUTHS faN GET THE FACTS FREE FOR THE ASKING!

that, we feel Florida would be in good hands with his team in the State of Flor Friendly" .

his election. His judgment in the past has been ida.

sound and there is every reason to believe thatit \\OT1CE -

will continue to be sound in the future. Nolhe :.s hereby Klvt-n that the LOCAL FINANCE

fi.Howintc> Olrrfcand Inspectors VOTE X ON MAY 24TH
here be.n appointed fur the Svrond ( ) AND
Pri'nary Flection: to Iw held TuesUj. -
Ma 'H. \. P. Dt0 in the \ar-. 'COMPANY
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH bus prtiinrts of Bradford County
l'nEt'IXt'" NO 1 LaVe-t. 116 N. Walnut Street
EST, 187 ("!t'rI.utltur Tean,(,. Harold .
@ li>/iU*. 'jrl 1l slrf. Stank Craw- ((2 Doors From Post Office) Re-elect P. D. Reddish Your SheriffFd.
"nk'l ''hartHIrdy. In"j>"vtorsII -
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A. \Y "Id r. KliuhHh T. i halkr
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at U. f..i Ofitc* at BUrkc. VU. .>i" Art.1 Mar. t. Ilffl T X\. : man; MyrtW K Dennis! ; Mrs.. 11.3..rgueri.telIal.1, .( PoL Adv,) .
l I ''is K wrman. Martha S' Y'nc y. _Mgr.y
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? f .'..'....;TTYt% to attend services at Long Branch If this Isn't sickness all hitting atone :Students Attend I the facts rather than fiction." jrelp j I r Funeral l Services 1886(; his parents were the late grandchild.fmura ..,
Cnurch Sunday afternoon as he time, what could you call It? them realize their responsibilities -'' 1 John and: Susan Sibley. He was s;;',k es were held in -
CLAY HILLBy 'A'eS called back to attend a Da hope they all get straightened DCT Convention 'I I as future business and!I For. Harmon ,Sibley a retired SAL Railroad employee,'''v<:daia Baoa C.i-r-h ut wiuuiha

tuneral of one of his relatives in : out soon. 1: In St. Petersburg community leaders. j I At Gadara Church ana I a Mason. I was a member, ai. o p. n. ", aL-
Georgia. He managed to fill both Jim Strickland says if anyoneis .. / I The two big social affairs of; Surviving are his wife. Eosa uiday with Rev. C. S. fcmich;Resr. I
I 3In. J. L Strickland of his appointments at the High- hungry for collards or Romaine Seven BHS students left Thurs-l' the convention were the campaign''I' Harmon Sibley, 1., of LakeGeneva Lane Sibley of Lake Geneva; onedaughter i Bobby Knight, and Rev. J. R.

I gym.. YYYYYYYYY1 'and Church, nevertheless. tome to his house and we will.seeif day May 5, to attend the State j i I dinner Friday night and the formal -![I I died Thursday May.4, Mrs. Willa Mae Goodyear Smith officiating. Burial was in
We Herbert 's' .', Talk about 'sickness in the we can find enough for them to DCT Convention held at St I]| banquet Saturday night, each,'in a Jacksonville hospital after of Florahome; a son M. 41 the family plot in Gadara Cemetery -
Rev. HigdbrTat
met family-we will give you a short' eat. Planted so much of these, '' Petersburg Beach. The two-day 1 iI i I I of which was followed by dancing -( lingering illness. Sibley of Keystone Heights; four i i under the direction of De-
Elgin Lang's store last Thursday -, I
sketch of what has been happen- also' rutabagas, until we cannotuse cession was attended by some 500delegates and swimming. j(.i! Born at Grandin on Jan. 'aj grandchildren, and one great Witt C. Jones Funeral: Home.
: and he limped almost as
I tug to the Sidney Stricklands.' them all. Some folks shouldn't from DCT prorams I .. I-
much (lwe thought] as we do., I II
The early part of April Sid's wife I have such a heavy hand when throughout Florida. I Doris Day Stars I
! Wondered if he had been running
vas called: to her mother, who 'they are planting seeds, unless Attending from here were Kathleen Southern States Construction Co.
I so hrud in is political race that |IIn New Comedy
1 i he had injured his leg but he'in I was very ill. She; stayed there two!:they can take produce to the: Conway, Sonia Hunter, Virginia -

+I',' formed us that he had twisted I weeks, came hoi.e, and the same aiarket. I Fairish Barbara Ward, and I At Florida SundayDoris
uight she got home her daugh- Now here is another laugh Jor:, Donald Thomas, as voting HOMES
i 'us back and hurt it. "tti-in-law became m, sent after:the Floridians. My siste/, who 1 gates. Bobby Newman dele-I Day and David Niven S1395 AND
Buddie Wilkinson doesn't seem(Pearl, she was put in the hos-':[:it es in Vermont, has been here District IV Representative portray the harassed parents of UPTIME
to be improving much in health i ipitaL The next day she gaveI I several: times to visit us, fell in 1959.60, and Thomas JUdd as District i.Toar! lovable but mischief.Ioving LOW AS $31.16 PER
\ even though they did get some i I birth to a girl Sid's first grand- love with this Spanish Moss and IV Representative-elect for,,,youngsters in "Please Don't Eat
I more chicks last Friday. Missed CHild She had been home onlya lost week we received a letter and 1960-61. District IV comprises ihe Daisies," showing at the PRICE SAME AS CASH PRICE
; him at church again Sunday, I short time when Sonny, her ja| request for a box full of the schools having DCT programs in I I!I Florida Theatre Sunday through ,*

I: Bill Ptndarvis isn't improving In husband, got sick was taken to j stuff-and here we might add St. Augustine, PalatkaGaines-[Tuesday. Only 6% interest. All Homes with No. 1 flooring and

, health as fast as we had hoped I the doctor for examination, rush I Such is life.,it seems. ville, Ocala, and Starke. They:| The film tells the story of a pressure treated. Floor joist on 16" centers .
and is in a hospital in Georgia. ed to the hospital for an operation -
Attendance: in Sunday School were chaperoned by their coordinators happily married couple and their
Doesn't have any idea when he for acute appendicitis, and'!list Sunday fell down to 48, but four irrepressible sons. The hi- -
Bill Costello and M. BLOCK OR
will be back home. His wife Iris, NO MONEYFRAME
WHS in the operating room before ,jenks that
the Juniors won the banner. In go on in this "typical"hone
I is still on the sick list also. 'I A. Payne, assisted_by Mrs. Garna See
bid could get there. Last Friday I preaching services Zettie Padgett [ cover almost every facet of DOWN
Learned Sunday night that I night Sid was called to his mother -I won the prize for the oldest mother -!1 Williams, a ordinator from life in a' New York apartmentand t SHEET ROCK Ext'riorELEcrRICITY

I Mamie Barron will undergo surgery Lizzie Strickland, at Starke present: Betty Norman, the I>Gainesville.. I II involve such accessories to l> t ',",,' Na' Finished
I on her throat Tuesday who was suffering from a hemor- the family as a harassed maid, a ,"v.I. ;r;. *'\t Southern Many
youngest mother and At the convention the students .,
I ; ,, ...._,,.,..., t.o< !, :' ...r. andPLUMBING
: Debbie Phillips fell in her kit rhage and was placed in Bradford I Norman was the mother with the {followed a close schedule of discussions lJaby-stting taxi driver and the .. ..'..... $ > 0.- Ways, Even
, then last Friday, injuring her Count Hospital Saturday morn- most children. Her count was six. and lectures designed to'family dog, Hobo. ;., ''....N. "'\ States With Care-free

I back until she is in bed most of ing. Sidney came to tell us aboutl.1z1je'a tAll received nice flowers. We had Spring Byingtcn plays a moth- 1rhis holocaustIs IF DESIRED! Alcoa Aluminum
the time. condition Sunday afternoon in Training Union-not; very er-in-law with her own ideas a- \ .
Rev, George Chism was unable and to take us to see her. \many for a congregation our size.i! for the entire state by my recordof !;bout how to raise the children, very numbing
1\ Understand there weren't as 10 years in public office as a and comedienne Patsy Kelly is All Freddie's that's plumbing. Termite Shields At J No Extra Cost
many present at Long Branchlast !State Legislator. They also know 1 tr.e day maid who finds that
I wish thank friends ,
to my many Sunday as there usually are\that:'; my opponent is unable to wcrk in ;the household of four We Do Repair Work And Build Any Design
for supporting' me ''in the recent on Homecoming Day, Some out present any record of accomp- !boys can abe a nightmare. We're sorry, friends but a doctor Call Or Write For Free Information

election. due to sickness, and some had"!lishments since he has never ser- 'j I'I can't cure pipe trouble unless! it's ,
I deaths in the family. Hope vcd the people in an elective of- HOPE{BAPTIST CHURCH your tonsils. All other pipe
I everyone is better next time. I fice." Sunday Sunday School 10'' trouble is patched up by us. Every Southern States Construction Co.
Don't I still in the cold
forget am I
Conner declared he would continue -: a. m.. Morning mesage 11 a. m. : faucet is our friend.

storage, meat and grocery business. I Flower Show I to talk sense to the peoplein Training'' Union 7 p. m. Evening j I A. BEAUTIFUL :3-BED ROOM HOME ONLY
a whirlwind swing through the. message 8 'p. m. $2395.00 FULL PRICE
If you have any cattle or hogs to be I state prior to the May 24 run-off I I Monday Bible Joy Club 4 I

butchered for deep freeze see or call, election for this vitally important to 5 p. m- I Only $19.86 per mo. for 6 yrs.-and you get many extras
Invites Entries cabinet post. He expressed hope Wednesday. Prayer Meeting
that his' opponent would accept 1;30 p. in. Choir Practice 8:30:
his challenge for public debateso 'Ip. m. Pastor: : Samuel S. Cuth- QUI A'J'fPlIC ANK fFRY/L'E- RAY D. FORTHPhone

H. A. LAWSON For Mav 21-22 that the voters might "receive bert. Choir director: Fred Dodd. 4307 Keystone Heights Fla.

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) You Also Get Free Mortgage Insurance With
'The public is invited to attend I Southern States
and participate in the third annual -I

Flower show, sponsored by'' Doyl'CONNER 4 I
the Garden Club of Starke.
The show will .Abe staged in the! I
Ffi Woman's Club on Saturday, May Typewriter
: : 21, from 2-to 8 p.m. and on Sun- INTRODUCED and helped pest the bill to
day, May 22, from 1:30 to :5 p.m. reorganize the Department of Agriculture.

No admission will be charged, but INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill I
silver donations will be appreci- that increased teachers' salaries.
w I ated by the club.
INTRODUCED and helped the bill
The general public is invited to that protects synagogues, churches end
exhibit in the educational and schools against bombing end the public i
I wish to thank the people of Bradford Countyfor horticultural divisions. The horti- against hen telephone calls.

the vote of confidence in electingme cultural division will consist of
you gave

one of your School Board members. I will dedicate potted'plants bulbs, hibiscus, annuals, flowering, perennials shrubs,, k.\ JUST IN TIME FOR GRADUATION

my efforts in upholding the trust you have flowering vines, orchids, roses, I
given to me. Thank you.RODNEY day lilies. PROVEN PERFORMANCE ei I e
The following general rules will
P. HALLPd. I be- observed: \

( PoL Adv.) Exhibitors limited to one en-

try in each class or sub-class. 1
2. All exhibits must.be delivered 1I 1I
I to Woman's Club by 10:30 a.m., 1J 1 I I
and be staged and ready for judg-

TO THE VOTERSOF ing by 11 a.m., May 21. Potted, J .
plants may be (brought in Friday?
May 20. i .
3. No exhibits may be removed' J [
V before 5 p.m.., but must be removed iECONNERCOMMISSIONER I
I by 6 p.m., May 22. Ii I
4. All entries must ibe grown by'' i I .
:; exhibitor for at least three months '
,prior to show. I Former List r-
I would like to take this opportunity 1 5. Groom plants and specimens' I M. fei. .e.. ,3 ; : S

!; Wash foliage but do not shine -
I Price&r
to thank you for re-electing me !I with artificial preparation orj: The light delight I for everyone} !
I skimmed milk. $129.48 lew

to the Office of Superintendent of l 6. Judges' decision will be final.' r I SMITH-CORONA
Shown below is an advance en-
Public Instruction. : [ try blank which may be used by, 8lie V STERLING
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1 anyone desiring to reserve space

: for entries. Mail blank to Mrs.,. Hrt' a portable ihofi' GOT 1Tl1i. elRci typewriter fta
Please be assured that I will work Paul Raymond 441 S. Water St., N 0 W t.". at LOW COST. Nrfttt for ..ud...... Marks improve.
Starke. For a show schedule and Grades me. The Smith-Corona Sttfiing-a typtwritM't typo
for continued improvements and specific rules; see Mrs. R. F, writtr-guaranteed ta take tko homework owl of homework.!
1 I Came in. Sea it.Try it.Yeu'R really want a StwRng, '
.I Young flower show chairman, NEAPOLITAN ICE MILKV I 1
in Clay County School 203 Christian St, Starke. i
progress our -I .
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MAY 21.22, 1960 'I .

H. C. LONG V List of entries: .... today! I I I JUST TILL GRADUATION

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FLORIDA THEATER I! Conner Reasons First Primary Discusses For LeadIn I 0:. t I I ,Clipper Brand New 84.5 0 V

Dole Conner, spending the 3 FLAVORS ]IN 1-delicious chocolate, vanilla '
10:00 A.M. weekend at his home here for a and strawberry! Slenda Sue Ice Milk is the ; SAME FULL SIZE PORTABLE Plus Tax

brief between-primaries rest, defined good dairy dessert the entire family can enjoy BUT WITHOUT TABULATOR

II( Sponsored by the Following Merchants: his overwhelming first .primary
I b:? the lead voters as of a Florida clear indication that they I colorful Neapolitan;pints,half-gallons.A wonderful -CHANCE L LIFETIMEV f E E

WILLIAMS JEWELRY want as Commissioner of Agriculture dessert at less cost Serve often!
"a man with proven performance THATL
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: rather than political


candidate in 55 or more counties ,
throughout\ the state _said that

VERWILLEGAR t. ACE ELEC. SERVICE concrete the vote, indication given him that was.the also people a Other Portables As Low As 78.49 plus tax .

/ MOTORS j STARKE TELEPHONE approved of his honest and

!J1 dignified presentation of his
CHARLEY E. STARKE BUILDERS background, Qualifications and

Insurance Agency SUPPLIES proven record and a rejection of o '+h BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
his opponent's campaign of "de-

"MAY" will be the month for the ception and mud-slinging." : and Smith Corona Dealersk
The Bradford candidate said: : .
GREATEST MOVIES of the Year. ":lie people from every sectionof

'0/ Florida know: -,what 1 have done


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Teachers NamedFor I i Mathews, Jo Smith Linda Hopkins h- : I BOATDEAIN BAPTIST CHURCH:i W. C. T. U.

Martha Long, Sandra Sheal-lIy -
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-
; an1 Carol Ward. The new ho.id ( tE: : : ._ L1i -'' ; c .ns Wo ship. 11 a. m. Training AMEN TO THAT!

Next Year m- 'ore'.tp. will be K>.v rist.mf'Feall'l't'd :: onion 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- "WE ARL: ALL SAFER.
t wi"ll'rs will be Coo{..eMalew'l 4t: : -- -- -. '
: -- ship. 7:30 p. m.. ( XO ONE CAN DENY;
I C"t'n.t'1i1t'1 from Pane 11 1 en\ Kay Hart _J -
: 4--4 Prayir Meeluig. Wednesday, WHEN BOTH TilE PAVEMENTS.1NP
,ton Kwh, Ry RpAJisIi. Pet..r'FtMna [hr./! memners who will participate .A; _L4 t-c- A .I.. Jo. p. mPastor DRIVERS ARE DRY!

a, Ruth Acker. Mirlyce;: ; in the State: Band Contest' in .. --- .r: : -- Rev. Barney Sweat.Everyone I!: (GE(,. GE L. HERMAN IN

Bod-ly. Philip: GQld agf'n. TainPngo -' Gainesville this Saturday will be -, Mt ; Welcome. NATIONAL VOICEJrtrrON
? U1llL! Nan Mansfield and Ccokie Mathews, Kay Hart, Kay ;
3Iarjorie Coe. j Christmas, Kathy Myrick, Phyllis
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Starke Elementary' Dvi'l Bris- Haddock, Loraine DeCaro, Vickie''' BRADFORD uGH SCIIOOL BAND ...r...._" <" ;)";":::1 .. -. -'<.; ''W'"' _-. _-_ .__ "'_ ,_-- -__-- :f__<__......-'!'l-_;,< -cfi--- .--- ---- ---_u :;

low, G'adysVasdin.. Bernice Hop-;: Frees, Johnny Scott, Jimmy A

"kins. Elizabeth Hainrs. John Man. Lawson Steve Edwards, Harold1Tyus I I

ning. Petty Ham Cynthia Grujs.j i and Margaret Ann Dinkins. II : k SHOP !
: j ji I II I
End Mary Lee. ;!i .

Other appointments are: BelhnajEstes. I
Adams Continues
Lawtey Junior High; Lillie: SHOP !'

Barnes. Annette Green and Mari.J : Campaign Based :
'I1 McCall, Hampton: Caroljn1 On Qualifications : : I II II

Tanova and Jeanette Allen, South-: 1 1i ,

fide Elementary; Jessie J. Moore, i Senator Tom Adams of Clay i I Don't Buy Your NQW Car
Willie M. Cromity, and Dorothy
I Ip4'arman County, leaer:: by a wide margin
Anderson Junior High,' I I
in J he first primary race for Sec-
Lawtcy; and Mable D. Christian, the First
:u-fary of State. will continue to I on StopGO
I II. 'c ; -
Ola George. and Hardrick Taylor, z ; I
base his campaign on his recordof I

KJE, Starkc. I.Legislature.achievement in the State : c: : \

Band Trv-Outs I Senator Adams led the eight .' SI c 4, 4 i il ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE

candidates fo' Secretary of State I l .
Fill Positions -
in the May 3 primary in more -

For. Next Year than 60 counties. &- : '. -' .\ $ I BUT
As an indication of the esteem :, .. -- -- -- t

Try.outs for drum major and II'I In which he is held by fellow I I II -

majorettes in the CHS Band members of the Senate. Adams 1 1I I I -

have been held for the coming selected them the "out- SPRING CONCERT FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE
I Iear. I i was by as I I I Starke, and Lloyd and Lamar
The new drum major is Bill standing: lust term Senator" at ;BHS Nine Plays Edwaids: both of Jacksonville; :;

TJockstader, with Freeman Regis the end of the 1957 session. In I r The Bradford High School Band Johnny Scott, Steve Edwards, ana one sister, Mrs. Wilma Ray ]

ter Jr. qualifying for the followingyear. 1939 he received the honor of be-I In Sub-Group I rirfen' :MHtunvs: direct! r.g.: Js Jimmy Lawson. Twirling En- of Jacksonville. I

t in* selected by colleagues as ri'ctorcfl atove turr.rf its rut- ::?mhje- Cookie Mathews, Kay Burial. was in Crosby Lake 1 Billy

The new majorette for the the most valuabe member of 'Here Today I I standn: conc2rt in the mw rllS .Hart, Kay Christmas. Clarinet Cemetery under the direction of I DowlingAcross

coming year l is Dorothy Savage. I tie: Legislature." He is now serving auditorium Thursday night. May Quartet-Vicki Frees, Phyllis I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. j

Holdover majorettes include Kay as chairman of the Important \ I 5. Majorette Cookie Mathews is Haddock, Loraine DeCaro Kathy Adolpaj I

NaffKay Christmas, Cookie Legislative Council. Last Thursday afternoon BHS performing a .twirling specialty in: Myrick. Oboe Solo-Margaret Ann Active pallbearers were

defeated Green Cove Springs .3-2 right foreground.The I Dinkins. Baritone Solo-Harold Gay, W. F. Cooley, Lonnie Har- The Street From Setzer's

in the Keystone Conference Tournament Tyus. :ey, Bill l M Rae, W. H. Noegel,
Sand received high praisefor
in Gainesville. Bill Jackson -
first band member- and Gilbert Brown. i .
its performance} this Eight honorary -r----=--- .,
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'TERWILLEGARMOTORS went all the way I 1- -_-- .. _
concert to be played i in the new Fhips were awarded to persons -- -=-.-
giving up only 4 hits. Woody

Tommy Strickland Clark, Johnny were the Devore big hittersfor and Medley auditorium.: its," rendition a special Especially of arrangementby Mexican pleasingwas II who past service have year.to encouraged Those the band honored during or been in this the of Sell It Rent It Trade i II! 118 P1IO.Y 5.. THOMPSON WaDITICfltE FLORIST I'LuWERS 41155v. ST.

Starke each going two for .
L H. Gibson, general super- way were: H. B. Ingram. L. H. > : WIRE FLOWERS AMWHEHB

four at Friday the plate.In night's. game in the visor Individualperformances of Bradford/ County Schools.Iwere i Gibson Matthews Richard, Bob White Jockel., E.James L. WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEP \L___tfchg

semi-finals Jim Greek of Live -FOR SALE

We\ Service What We Sell Oak pitched a no-hitter against I presented contest winners by the:following Trumpet superior Trio- I Mrs.Groov Nelson"r. Robert Green. Mclntire, and MKMORMI.8! ASP SOI.fTTION" --- ---. __ 4 ('...t. i-., .., Xe lirive w and way used pipe,Building 15' lengths Supplies.Jl.IU

Starke for a 4-0 victory. Marty
Kr foot. See Billy Jackson,
20 WORDS OR LHSS.! One Innrrtlon (Ml ... Charge) ._ on Jackson -
-- Crosby gave up only 3 hits in awellpitched funding _Supplies. tfchg
Overturf Named J Mrs. E. H. Smith

game. BACH ADIHTIOVAL WORD OVKR 20 ----,-__ ___.__ 4* Per W.,., SLVJER: SEWING MACHINE
NEW and USED CARS BHS Lake To New PositionC. --
\ Tuesday gave City a 80% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS !AHS! ADZSe representative. will be In Bradford
9-7 victory in Starke toy committ- Rites ThursdayFuneral : ADDITIONAL FOR BL1XD ADS OR ADS! NOT PAID I* ADVANCB I Co. Mondays and Fridays. For service -

ing 9 errors Jackson and Clark L. Overturf Jr., former I on any make machine writeor
I X and Trucks to Select call Singer SewlJg Machine Co.
combined instructor'' at BHS, has at''
.. a four-hit effort, but speech I 402 N. Marion
services for Mrs. Nellie WE HAVE a new lon program for TIOUSK): FOR KENT Inquire St. or Phone 880
poor backing by the rest of the been promoted to .the position of Edwards Smith, 45, widow of the farmers. Loans of: 1 to 5 year i Pus Station tfchg i Lake City Fla. TfchgOn
'J From team added to another loss. Admissions Officer at St. .Johns for the entlra credit requirements I II
up I
late Elbert H. Smith, were held of the farmer and his fam- .
River Junior in Palatka t I FOR SALE r TOMB Onset M>*t 811
hitters for Bradford College CredMAssociation. !
Gainesville Vroduction
was ily.
at 3 'po m. Thursday in Jones Me- Ready mix concrete, concrete block I 2 -\rrtn (800' off 301 Northrnly )
Clark with a 2-run triple in the In his new position Mr. Over- morial Chapel With Rev. L. D. Ualnesvllle., Fla.(20 north Main HeMRADIO" cont-B.. fence posts, sand, cement. \ nicked 8 '''r... ....e. IM-
first and turf will be the who all Mntir mix. rock steel. oyster shell. I mediate po..rn..1..110 coailder
inning a single for 2 for person
Haines: of the First Baptist Liiierock. and Roof Gravel. Phone :2 bdrm. Trallrr.... d."> payment
4. Woody Strickland also pickedup prospective students will contact Church officiating.Mrs. I MakM: -REPAIREDAll All M.*>ls \\ -%: %I, Bradford Engineering I I'Ot 'I 2 ml. .North elf 301. T, r. right let

fl Used Cars Traded In 2 hits.Today. and keep in touch with until they Smith was found dead in I tea*.BBble CharKes iB rBSHEPHERD'S C". tfchg ,I mad hunae beyond os rlxbt.Farmer Market.flip IIM 7th

(Thursday) BHS was have completed registration. Thisis RADIO TV i ;
her car in Crosby Lake Cemetery I IBDIBB Gret'.. Owfcer .
h On New 1960 Model scheduled to. meet Bolles here at a new position made necessaryby about noon Tuesday. County 412 E. Call St. Ph oe WO 4-8001 I Complete T-ee Service I FOR RENT -. 2 room furnished a-

SiSO for .the first game of the the increasing number of applications Stsrke P1*. pnrtiuent. Private .hath and en.tram.'t -
Judge T. A. Yawn ruled her !. Also carport. Mrs. J. L.
U'J sub-group .tournament. for, admissi to the rieath! an apparent suicide: He COLONIAL FLORIST Pruning- Bracing De-Moss Simmon. No Children, 407 West

FORDS Last Saturday night after the college. I said there was a, .38 Colt revolver Only F. T. D. Florist! In Starke.Powt'rB tag .- Cavity Work Tree Removal \\'Jlllhlnl'tnn' 4tchg B-12

final game of the Keystone Conference in her lap when ,the body was all wired occasions any locally.place. Flowersfor Phone Transplanting: I Fen: SALE Comfortable 2 bed.

I tournament, Rightfielder Conference ,team by the roaches." 'ound. The pistol had been fired : WO 4-6291. 50{ East Nona St. tfchg Sapp's Tree Surgeons I roomframe fhf.l WO 9-1145.hpuee. JOT Alton 4tp Road.SlliTDK

Clark and -2nd Baseman Harvey Clark, batted ,420 for the season: twice and had misfired once. The rETEWP, Owner j
I Ta rier. were listed'1 on" the' All- I.while Tanner; hit .325 FOR n'ENT:- Furnished apart 8ALJCblcken fertilizer
at a pace. first shot grazed the victim's 4-3965
Reasonable rates. Near :
and lime
1953 %WILLYS Fordor spread on your farm. Alt' -
1 00.00 I I htad, Judge Yawn said, and the! fihonoinp renter. Phone WO !>.!II,' ; I Alfalfa bay. J. B. White. phone

third bullet entered her forehead ,; or WO 4-0771 evening or call at %13'' WO 4-1881._3tehg '5/U
S. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.)
RADIO DISPATCHED .1 0:1: the right side. { tfShg FOP. P.E"TIn Keystone Heights

Mrs. Smith had been dead for 3 bedroom borne, unfurnished, 3blrcks

1 I several hours when found. Judges:! HASTINGS MATTRESS ]: !Fo- Information to Lake Geneva.phone Rent evening$60\

1952 KAISER Fordor SERVICE,1 Yawn said. Her car was parkedin & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I J I 1\"tO" heights 8471. itchg S'lZ:

100.00 the road entering the old part'' REAl. ESTATE

of the cemetery, about 100 feet 710 Lemon St. I'aLilfca !'oal.! .. and p8'at. Se. me wke Ia

v from the grave of her husband, !: Furniture Repaired, Upholstered .red \of. J heat, THOMAS Kilatr.: Rt.\LTOR

who died .in 1958. j i & Refinished JUS: '1>m lf. A'.aiit.' TeL WO 45701VA.YTtPir

Mrs. Smith had been ill for;: ', : ; :; Qualified experienced
1941 FORD V-8 Tudor 15.00 several years and lived with a | MATTRESSES REBUILTNew bookkeeper Excellent pay. Good

housekeeper in a home on Edward's Innerspringsand working hours. White' P. O. Pox
t .":?:J.C. gjtarke. Itp

SALES just before Loop: her that husband's wascompleted death. I Box S rings I'Olt SALF:-'-Strawberrles lOc pint

: I Drop Us a Card or Call VMIpick them. Wesley Crews, Rt.
: Mrs Smith: was a member of
; Tree Call Our I I. Prix 66. Lawter. Ztp 5-12
the; Baptist Church and the 1 PALATKA EA 5.9166 For Expert Surgery
1954 CHEV. Bel Air SERVICE
445.00 daughter of Balus S. and the late STARKE WO 4-5834 Agent valEt SALKTocher Spaniel PupA.K.C. -
224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-5933 *!rs. Registered Ch. Sired.
Mamie Green Edwards. She was Phr-nt WO S-1U4, 1024 Butler Rd.
N TUDOR bOIn in Starke on Aug. 30, 1914.1 FOR KENT 3 bedroom bunga lIp
; Besides her father, she. is AgestTOO low. 307 Lafayette :St.: Call Jack- I FOR RALf;-10 acres of land fenced
EonviHe EV 8-0083. tfcbgU'ant
vivied t-y five brothers Jack. Mer- J: and pecan"trees.. 2 miles W. ofLawtey
STEREO a RADIO SERVICE ON on Rd. ?!S. A. D. Dobbs.
WOodland I n3i, and Eugene Edwards, all of EHR: I.ATK TO JOINEVF.INO : a Home of Your Own? Small I l-Awtey. 2tp 6-12
1955 CHEV TUDOR CLASSES for adults. All J-wn payment balance like rent.
595.00 : 4-6901 MAKES. I i subjects. Credit If wanted. Write No closing:\ expl'nSls.Y.. H. Xollman i
_.. 1 t K.QMPHEXT .'OItLE I Director Box 1190. Stark or call 510 X. Cherry St. tfchg iI HOUSE FOR RENT-3' bedrooms.
I Iin HM10ZKKS. TH \CTORS .\>U WO i-3071. or visit. Adult Education I partly furnished, about 5 mile out
DELRAY SHEPHERD\ I TRICKS ; Office. ISO Bldg. for additional FOR RENT OR SALE-Unfurnished -!I ift Ralford Highway. $:$ month.
I. Fl>l'dozer, I International TD14A., I information. tfchg Z bedroom house. Also furnished Willie '3Ju Johns.. 544 W. Call St.
overhauled track rebuilt S3.S30:;: apartment. W. H. Nollman, 510 N. I'I >" ZIp S-12
.INMA'LD.!' :.. R.[ J'.O! [R_ 4i: E. CALL STARKE | Bulldozer, Alli -Chalmt'rs lID, Fon RENT-Two bedroom lake Cn..rry St. tfchg -
j \\ ittwinch, overhauled track frciit home on Kingsley Lake. Completely I I
and roUers rebuilt . $3.00 furnished. Available to NJIt RENT-4 room furnished
FOR nEXT Two bedroom furnished Uouse, bath, garden, flower $30
1957 ENG. FORD Trartor, liino hrs.; .Ford Diesel 4-4201.
June 1, Call Carl Johns. WO 'I
695.00; . . 11.900 I i house. Adults only. Phone WO me. Phone WQ 4-OW. Mrs. Mae
Trartor. 1100 hrs.. Ford 740 $1,301 1,lIS:!. tfchg JorJan, I miles E. Highway U
SECURITY GUARANTY ;:.tpn truck 2 speed. :9000 turn right. ltchg
I miles. 54 Chevrolet $1.500( I Equity in 3 bdroohl house in Star-
COMPANY Ton Truck :SZ; Chevrolet; $150 WANTED: ...efor Sale. Call Milton ilosher WO i HELP WASTED8ALEaME. -
I-7701 for \ OH 4CEST8
PL..UTITLTn'ATIG: particulars. 3tp 3-12
I '%.:'0 per hour or more for part or
1959 Incorporated EQIIPMKNTKotary . Lake I fuli limn route work. Large !pEat
ENG. FORD 1 095.00liARD t '. Mower Mower, John-Deere Coldwell, $150Sickle $50 Property FOR furnlfhwl IUXT-elark No. 1 3 room 3rii tr*. Man or woman. Write MeNSfiS .
I apartment Air condition SU..
Box DeSoto
OFFERS :3 Bottom Plow, John Deere I 30 or More shady lawn. Adult. &ssentKd. Cu. 27(6
> new . . $%56I' .. Box 44), phone WO 9-1545 Mrihie. 2. TeD' ZIP
HEATER -May" flake John Deere :. $75.. Acres
tfcbg MAN OR WOMAN to take over
Rick Rake, Dearborn. JCew $125
\ I' Fold-Over Harrow 'Dearborn. $Z0 With at least 600 Uvalerlnlp in tarke. Products es-
FOR SALE One 14' ft. boat mot- tiiblibhed. Weekly profits of $50.00or '
:2 Way Frame & Blade. Dearborn -
. . $275 feet on lake. '>r and trailpr. Rt'a onablt'. Tele. more at start possible. No in-
II2 % J I "Iuf' WO 4-7574 or WO 4-,091 Itp v .tment necessary. Will help you
Oram .Drill Dearborn.$225Spling
1955 BUICK 795.00hARD c' ; Trip Cultivator. Rear F. B. HERMAN Bet started. Write C. R. Ruble
Car & 2 Row Planter Attcb.. PHONE SP 1-2064 P )R SALE Five room block I tw-pt 5'2, Watkins Products. Inc.
,. Dearborn . .. .. I.JOOlioior *"..Ip will" mil reasonable Call ;Memphis. 2. Tenn. ZIp 51n!
j I EJade.: David-Bradley Route 4. Box 563 W() 4-OSS3 on week ends. 409 Cen-
TOP! PER ANNUM: new $ 5TCntary t'r St. Up 6/2 t' FOIl SALE 2 acres of land with
: I JACKSONV1LK FLA. house all modern conveniencesXvitb
Ho. David-Bradley $15' Island.
11'Manure Spreader David Bradley WANTED Summer Work by col- im. Inquire Coney
: -", ew . . . sao: loge 'u
L>n-e : Spreader." David Bradley WO 4-7082 and leave message and I
INVESTMENTCERTIFICATES . . . will rot Rent -3 room. and bath nicely
1958 FORD 6 ; t Uo FOR SALE-21" Vwd RCA TV,I see you. Thomas B. Dyal. furnished hone. Newly decorated.
M.S. 1495.00YA Front End,Loader. David Brad- l.ible model with swivel table. Ma- Hampton. Itchg .Mrs: Vssae Howard phone .-::51.
-. .vT $200: hn. we
;any. Harold Epp, 4-6973 tfchgKOK
\ t 1"r.:; Spreader Seeder David aflT E p.m. Itchg; ,I O"IS'rdonp at my home by I'
.. .. . . . -
FOUOOIA ; ITadley $175 Reck Church at Brooker: Mrs. unfurnished
TIC RADIO & HEATER Thel- RENT 2 bedroom -
. . .
Wagon with Body $180T.tain FOR RENT-FurnIshed house, tiletMth I ma DnL Itchg house. Apply S. A. De\oe, 540
J < Saw Sears ... .. $75
redecorated inside and out: West Adklns. ItP
. .
.. $25
I. Pulpwood Saw Mr. A., nd for
12 Lake St. Adults only. Pay experienced household !
F nag: tHarvejitor.. Lundell $sOO; F Sauls. CI3 McMahone St.. Phone I mal" at Kingsley Lake. Hours t to Immediate Opening For capable

1957 FORD WAGON 895.00 This is not a formal offering which is made only by" fCIUblPeil1is JI'i !. .. . .-. .Chalmers.-. . .. $200 I! WO 4.$;". tfchg 4"vn*ix trai days i> per"'lttlon week.. Write Must P.have O. I young f-xpfcrtence man necessary IB financial but field.helpfuL No

V-8 prospectus furnished on request. May I have the information *, t.Cc-te Bow : .Piaster. . ..&.' ,.Pertili2er. -'. US FOR REXT-Lot to park one trailer Box 13.)[ Starke. uchg Married. Call man Mr. between Zipperer ages at Woodland 21 k 2pref. >
r.\TTLE FEEDING: EatTIPMEXTUnloader er One mile out on KaJfordHifthway.
offered? I Helix new . . $1,200 I I Millard Judd phone WO FOR RENT 2 bedroom Dnfurn.1 ;-'litl betw. t a. Woodland m. & 1 S:30 4-7574 p. m.,
itlltPd house at i>r after ( p. m.
I Feed Mlser, Helix new $15 4-5S51. West
NAME.._--_____________ ______.-.:------. Hammel Mill. Cebl. new ?. $!..') tchg sA Available June 1. Contact J. 11.1 Siarke. for Interview It<:bl'J.OST
Visit Terwillegar Motors TODAY I Spraying Equipment; David- I Moncrief. ltcb.r I OR STOLEN bright yellow

ADDRESS,______________.: __.:..:... '.f" ..f>radl J.' n", w,..> .-." $235 EXPENSE PAID VACATION I I.FOR RENT I girls -matl bicycle belonging toDaV .
Attractive furnished
I David-Bradley
Eletator.:. new . . . $ue Earn these expenses without 1 3 bedroom apartment. N. Walnut Mabry. tSC N. WalnUt St. Disappeared -
and look over their fine selection CITY___-----_______________.-________________ Canle Scale 'Sears. newU18 neglecting your family representing St.tt See Mrs. J. '\\:. Klncald. 499 N. (,r house. alt Please Thursday call WO from 4-1371 school if
amat St.
'S Sears new .9$11 tcbg i
IS'vater Janktr
known. ItpFOlXD

of A-l Used Cars and Trucks I PHONE NO ---------------_;---------L-_ --- --.._ 11 new Steel .Wgcdowa.. . ...Sears. @$lI, Ouida AVON C. Sweat COSMETICS.P. O. Box Write 540; REAL ESTATE *
Offer Limited i To : Bull yearling.! Owner
Residents Of-Florida-Only. Plastic Hose. Sears news: 5 M- ....i-ro ... l lr
cases h" x 46.' .. :_ . e$25; Lire Oak Fla. It l..... Eligfhle mmtrr *, arrra ean get same by rov ownership
. .. f.r VA 1M" and paying expenses. 1... G. PoweU
SECURITY GUARANTY COMPANY 5 cases 1" X 300' S$5 !. Three bed r*.. fc..,' ."'ler.;
4" LOST 1 male Walker S UP
AJ"mmulIRoofing, Sears April SO. ->*!.th every
eeavealeBeo .f'
t Incorporated' A JO"' .'! . : . $5S'Gt' 1,. Hound. Color, brown, white -and M.itbe: dow psroieiti ia.. City law 5,
< Number Tags & Chains .100. lan-grejr In face. Last seen cross- $100.00. FOR JtEXT S room house near
Your Authorized Ford 215 "". Ashley Street Jacks nville-,' Florida IMytlhalane. Cover,- 300 X 50' I lag Prooker HI way going in containers Flv arrr of land 2 .,{. fr... Pst plw school on Peterson Rd. Phone
new.':. ..:. $%)Oi; by B nio Spark. place. If flfIre $I.83II0.. 254 't'r. for ';: t WC .- $7S,' Itchg
Phone EL 4-7858 -
EL4-7859 HORDES &: SADDLES I found <'all- WO 4-<582 Starke. col- Kla1le7 Lake ,. ,
1 Horses .". ... e$15* I lect. Reward. Itchy I* K0.009MO. .* :18-1 1,r4.) .iiirv.-;"" Motor bike in good
Dealer Bradford clCiitx YOU MAY START YOUR INVESTMENT I 1 Hors .-.,-i. $125 I \rrfMff Bear Urke .11...... ctlndttLJI'T< Ford 4 door hardt .
"' I : Saddks .,..>'*.:.. ..., "'. .. @IW I JF'>U BENT 4 iwro furnished I arte M acre tra..t"*". I .'!>. tVmelan. WJ11 trade and
: WITH $35 UP TO 525:060 : {:* 41I J Telephone: FR 3-465C, (Jklnesville.2t i i I'ons Also i room unfurnished I Hratab. nt,.. f.aatrr and Lake :I'anee.! H. O. Eolllnger. 421 Jf.

I i- ....' chg 5,11 j ihonse J08-S.-Water-St. Itchg: A. J. THOMAS. REALTOR W1l ,wo '-;111, UpES


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,!t M TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVT1BALDWIN having the most children. I Baldwin Crusade Tent, 'j j 1.ywyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyYY, .. .. again and had to go to & doctorin I "1" L _
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I At the Orange Street Baptist Plans. are being made.for a big 'Ca11 bantlreq,days last week. I !ifil' li'i""
N' 31cl\'s ClothingEstablished { '
\ !church Mrs. Deliah Suggs receiv- Svangelistic 'Meeting to be 'held MAXVILLE .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Padgett 'b ALVAREZ STORE ;"

ed a gift for being the oldest next Sunday afternoon the I itd family, and Mr. and Mrs, joe fl.fII I 1891 ;+

i | mother present She is 83 years 3aldwin Crusade tentPeople Padgett of Jacksonville visited i
Nola I ild. ,Mrs. Patricia Parker and .rom everywhere are Invited and By Sirs. C. B. Nolan14444i4AAAAL4AALAAAALA. here SUnday'wall Tdr. and Mrs. YOUR FEET !
:!urs. 'Betty Higginbotham each hey hope to have close to a thou- .I IDilh Padgett and' family i I NevtrTakt aVacationt .

,; 17.-received the gift for being the and present.Mr. Mr! -and- -Mrs--, Gene English
Surprise Stork ShowerMrs. .
Rita Ruls. Mrs. Joyce the youngest mothers and Mrs and Mrs. James Lloyd and hive JUoa new home to Max- I I NOTICE !
Wilnu Shaver and Mrs. Ethel! family and Mrs. Vella'Brock were I vile next door to Mr. and Mrs. IMM
Braddock and Mrs. Alta Mac !
Thompson entertained at the home Fouraker: received gifts for havng event visitors of Mr and Mrs. F. Baford igginbotham and hope : GIVE YOUR WOIN SHOESi9'JYf1EAwfAQA

pt Mis. Ruis on Monday after- the most children. ?. Bryan in Lake City: .' ( to mote,*in soon. eF I Your phone may ring at anytime in May and if
Attendance has been Mrs. Gene English and can tell the name of the Picture that is playing
"noonith a surprise stork shower Mr., and Mrs. Wilton Stokes and very good baby W"_ I you -
honoring Mrs. Doris Sloane.., funily and Mrs. Enoch Oliver : 1t the Greater Baldwin Revival daughter and Miss Buford HigKlruwtham !, OLD SHOE OMFOI1 I I at the .

'Games were played and prizes a- spent the weekend in Collins, Ga. i meeting. Services will end next visited in Laxrtey Sunday -

fraided to Mrs Lyda Brown and vsith Mrs. Oliver's parents. Mr i Saturday night. aitemoon. ttith: Mr.: and Mrs. I FLORIDA THEATREYou

Mrs. Emma Tanner, after which I rand[[ Mis. Lester Holland, and }O11'. :and Mrs. C. B, Nolan and James Waters and family. ,

tare honoree opened her' many i f'chile there enjoyed a birthday :;0'15' enjoyed ,a supper for Mrs.ulan'e 'Mrs. Dorothy. Waters and fam- : i and Your Family can come to the
' refreshments 'I 1 dinner I for Mr.: and Mis. Holland ,mother Mrs. W A. Cannon Jy have as their guests this week '

'fills.tovefi.Delicious There were 23 guests were pre- : .>n Sunday.Mr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.L. Misslarcia' Robinson of West I' Florida Theatre that day / also have

A. Ward in Hastings last Sunday Palm Beach', and Miss G\ven free Cokes and
kent for this occasion. and Mrs. Billy Roberts havereturned evening.Mrs. -- '.Vaters of Jacksonville. as a gift
* Mr. 'and Mrs. David Foufaker;' from a vacation spent ;'._ .COURTSHOE I
Joe Nettles and children ,. Mr.: and Mrs. Robert Schmehlsand
Jr. and children spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Robertsin '
:and Mrs. Marilyn Thomas visitedin '.. 4Ifez" son of Jacksonville were sup- REPAIR !
night and Sunday in Collins Ga.: Ray City, Ga. and Mr. and K C. L. PATRICK Gen.
Lake Butler Sunday afternoon per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bu- Mgr.
'Mrs. R. S. in Lakeland
WUh- Mr and Mrs. Lester Holland !, Bailey i
'I ud: brought Miss Thomas' father. :tad Higginbotham.Rev. (Opposite Court House)
fcnd while there enjoyed a birthday ,Ga. 'White there Mr. Roberts en- Martin Theatres Inc of Florida
, Jessie. Thomas; home with them and Mrs. Herbert Higdon 126 I ,
Court St.
:jcyed "of
dinner for Mr. and Mrs Hol five days fishing and .. "
for a visit. : family left afternoonor .
Ff ai Sunday .
land. I caught 70 nice fish.
i We are sorry that Mrs. Vella a visit with relatives in South ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rhoden had Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fen-ell returned Brock has been ill. Florida.Mr. '{!I .:: .-- -' - -_. --. _.. ..- -: ---!- ---' .----- "=- -_:_. '- _,:._'f';;'" "f, 'W:
}& their guests for Mother's Day ;, Sunday evening from a Mr.. and Mrs. ,J. C. Hill and and Mrs. John Sweat ands
dinner Mr. and Mrs. Albert two weeks vacation spent in -
Copeland family spent last '. Jacksonville
weekend in, :n of visited with
of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs I Houston, Texas with their son- Blackshear. Ga.. with 0 Mrs., Hill's'parents. : Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rhoden and''' The I!

John Taylor and family, Mrs.!i in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.'J.: L. Crosoy. -, family from Monday until Fri'I' WESTINGHOUSE VALUE TRAIN
Ruby Hargroves and family Miss,}fls. E. R. Rushton and family, 'I
regret that Mrs. Crosby day of last week .
"Mellivcne Rhoden, and Mr. and Euroute home they spent the has been ill and in the hospital. Mrs. Iris Lee J.'nd Mrs. Wilma i

Mrs. Owen Thompson and family i'I v.ezkend in Dunnellon with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rae of Blackwell of Jacksonville, and Mr. comes to
(,f Jacksonville, and Mr and Mrs. ::Forreh's mother Mrs. J. J. Turner !! eville visited friends in Baldwin(! and.Mrs. E. D, Higginbotham and j \

R. V. Wilson and family, Mr. andMrs. I test Friday morning, enroute tot' family were guests of Mr.: and i NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY CO.

Robert O'Neal and family. : Mr. and'Mrs.. Curtis Carleton Jacksonville._ -- __ Mrs. Riley- Rhoden- and familySunday. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tills and ,i ana son; Dennis and Mrs. Jean Mrs. a: W. Beach and Mrs. L. I I Mr;: ,and Mrs. Pete Wilbanks, I 220 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE

family Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher'I Howard visited in Columbus, and !A. Ward of Hastings Mrs. Katie 1 I wLOiie marriage was an event of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson of f .

fchoden and family and Farley I'Albany Ga. over the weekend Woodruff and Mrs. W. A..Ca.nnon'': Friday evening April 1. in the West Palm Beach and Mr. Rob-

Rhoden. I with relatives.Mr of Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs.C. Alaxville Baptist Church. Before erson of Live Oak' visited Friday Now !

. Enoch Oliver left last Friday I and Mrs. Robert Fortne B. Nolan and sons last Thurs- air marriage, Mrs. Wilbanks was night with Mrs. Dorothy Waters Buy

morning for a visit with his brother -:land eon. Robert Jr., spent the .day Jiss Rose Mary 'We1ll ausen, and family. I : :

Carl Oliver, in Mannassehs.Ga. wfctkend i \ : in Lyons, and Kibbee.Ga. We are glad that Mrs. Lonnie I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Misses Alene Sweat 'and Peggy

and then joined Mrs. Oliver I with relatives. 'Oaver has improved from a recent Wellhausen. Lucas spent the'weekend at Jacksonville j '

and his family in Collins Ga. for i Mr, and Mrs. Bud Hoover of i illness also that Miss Mary PTA Supper Held Beach ,with the Girl's .
the birthday dinner for Mr. and I ItIrl. Orlando spent last' weekend with 'Jane Roberts, daughter of Mr.; The Maxville PTA held, a potluck Athletic Association of Baldwm FIRST PAYMENT

.. Lester Holland. Mrs. Hoover's brother and sister- and Mrs. Emory Roberts was able supper on Monday evening, High School. I

At the morning church services in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nettles, U return home from St.' Vincent's May 9th, at 6:30 p. m. celebrating Mr. and Mrs.. Leslie Sweat .and I

in the First Baptist Church last; .and Miss Marilyn Thomas. Hospital last Saturday.. the end of the school year. daughter visited in Macclenny DUE AUGUST 1st !

Sunday morning, Mrs. Irene Oliver I i 'The young people of the various Wanda Harvey, daughter of sh Brant, Superintendent of Saturday: night with Mr. and Mrs.H. .j .

received a gift for being the Baldwin Churches enjoyed a Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harvey, is get- Public Instruction, was a guest A.. Sweat and Mr. and Mrs. I ,
oldest mother present and Mrs. : before ting :along nicely, in the aptistlIc.spital speaker at 8'p.. m. There was a Alfred Sweat and family.
roast Saturday evening .
Grlffis and may' be able to come large.turn out for this event and Misses Ruby, and Barbara Ann o ,, .. ,
Marie received a gift for the revival services at the Greater
home soon. everyone had a big time. sweat of Macclenny spent Saturday -

Mr. and ,Mrs. Cecil Mobley ;and I Baby Harris ight 'with Miss Helen Sweat. Westinghouse FREEZER

CURVE RESTAURANT I family have returned from a vacation -! Mr and .Mrs. Raymond Harris 'Uf. 'and Mrs. Frank Sweat of

.spent with friends and r'e.atives are the proud parents of a son, Macclenny visited Sunday with

in Georgic, South' Carolina Raymond 'Carl, born April 26 'in Mr. and Mrs Leslie Sweat and
MIIS. HAURELL BENNETT, Manager and ,North Carolina. : Bladford"County Hospital. Mrs. Jam y. .(Model CM15)

Mr. and Mr.. C.,.,V; ,O'Berry Haris'wiltbe remembered as the Mr. and Mrs.; .Junior Goolsbyand

visited in Pearson, Ga. over the former Miss Linda Simmons of 'son'' of Baldwin visited with HOLDS 525 LBS.

0 PLATE LUNCHES weekend with Mrs. Cora Mizelle ",Maxville. Mf.. and Mrs.. Leslie Sweat! and ..

arvd family in Waycross.. Ga. with. Mr. 'and Mrs. Everett Godwin family Sunday. '
e SHORT ORDERSCOLD Mrs. Sarah O'Berry. arid Mr. and .Mrs. Bobby Oodfln'a'rid ." -M'ti.'i! 'Eleanor Johnson of Jacksonville LIFT 0UTBASKETSEPARATE

Mr. and Mrs. Everest<<: Higgin-, family visited Jacksonvilleand spent last weekend with

BEER COFFEE 5c botham and family of Hawthorne Callahan last Sunday.Mr. wrsses Jrfne and Shirley Higgin-

Open 6 A.M. Daily Except Sunday visited here' Sunday with, Mr. andMrs. and Mrs., Oscar Wilkinson botham and Mary Kilgore. "' QUICK-
J. L. Higginbotham. (r. id' family visited Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs George Johnson

Little David Nettles, son of Mr. on Normandy Boulevard with and family Jacksonville visited FREEZE COMPARTMENT

and Mrs. Joe Nettles .is visiting Airs Grace' Herrick and her Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss
this week. in Orlando-with his uncle daughter' Mrs. "Dorothy Wassod Higginbotham' and family.Mr. .

THANK YOU and aunt Mr.. and :Mrs. Bud who is visiting with her'' mother- end Mrs: John Q. Godwin

Joovei.Mrs. from-. Norwich. ; N. y. ',f .Lakeland visited, Sunday with .
., Bill Rowland .wa*.,called _--lr and Mrs.. Oscar Wilkinsonand Mr.*&M-Mrs.'Sidney, Harris and i. ,
t o Waycross
. FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS the death of her uncle.. Mize and family Mr. and :Mrs. Day dinner' at the Long Branch

We wish to .extend our deepest Joe Lucas and family, Mr,, and: Baptist Church; '
sympathy, to Mrs.: Eula Rowe and Mrs 'Claude"Greene., and Mrs Mr.. 'and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson. : '

I take ,this means of' lpressing: my deep appreciation l her family, over' the.'loss 'of her Mary V.' Mosley enjoyed an out and family of Jacksonville visited I .. 's
mother, Mrs. ,Lizzie Hicks, in door cookout at Sculley Hill on sever&Irdays' last':week with Mr. '
and gratitude to the voters of District Three for your }. ,, ,,,' .
Jacksonville last Saturday 'after- Sunday." and 'ML& Drew Wilkinson., : / ., : : -. : I R. '
fine in the First ,
support Primary May 3. I hope -
services held We to learn that Mrs. : ; .
noon. Funeral : were are sorry Stork Shower \ ,
that you grill continue your efforts in my behalf so that Monday afternoon at the Brandy Dewey McPherson has been ill The WMU of the Long Branch ,, :,

we can go on to victory in the Second Primary, May 2#. Branch Church at ,3 pm.: .. Baptise; Church entertained at the ,

I assure you that it has been a pleasure to serve you Dr. P. A. Brinson and his nurse tom of Mrs. Sidney Harris on B

in official capacities for many years, and if you honorme Lawrence Alford: and Dr. Brin- Crews, treasurer; Franklin Four- Monday night May 9, with a t ;.; .' Per Wwk

with re-election I will continue to render the same son's niece Mrs Hulda Morgan aKer, reporter; and Wayne Sur'rency stork shower honoring Mrs. Elsie

dependable, honest, and reliable service in the future of South Jacksonville, spent last sentinel. Rhoden. Games were 'played 'and
weekend in Iron City, Ga. with On.Friday, May 20, the Baldwin prizes awarded' after which the
that I have given in the past. School Band will give concerts at I ..--...,
Dr. Brmson's ''sister. i,noree: opened her many lovely
Mrs. Curtis Carleton had to 'the Whitehouse and Maxville. and useful, gifts. Delicious refreshments -

ALWAYS YOUR FRIEND take her baby son Dennis, backto |i l..chools.I were served. j

: Hope Haven Hospital on Mon- I This Friday, May 13, will be Revival Being Planned ,

day with an infection. t I Spring Sports Day at Baldwin I The "Maxville Baptist Church

LC. OLIVER FFA Officers Elected School. I is planning a revival which will I ,

Elected to serve as Officers for;, Stork Shower begin Sunday, June 5, and last
tt.enext- term in the Baldwin Mrs_ Mark Benefield and Mrs.' at least a week. 'Rev. G. 'E. Cut- '

FFA are Eugene Bell, president: I Seth Mabry, HI. entertained shaw of Greenville, Tenn. will it
(Pd. PoL Adv.) ''Tuesday, May 3, at the home of '. i
Arthur Williams vice president; be the evangelist. The public is 'fi,'>l'. .
Leroy Wilson, secretary; Harley I Mrs. Benefield with a stork shower cordially invited to attend., ". "j }t'l
Mrs. Fletcher Rhoden. : .
Church .
The Maxville Baptist ;"'*';
The home was decorated for the wishes to extend an invitation to \ ;"'*..;.,

occasion in pink and blue, with each and everyone in the com ........ ,J
Lie pink and blue baby shoe, mo? munity who is not affiliated with ff
Uf carried out. Games were played ,
any other church to come and ":!! '
ana prizes awarded to Shirley join with them in Sunday School .
Wilson Dorothy Rhoden, Ann I -.
t and Church services. Sunday f..
: A CHECKING ACCOUNT : Barnes, and Agnes Herregodtz, School begins at 10 a. m. and ,"'. '
: :after which the honoree opened morning worship at 11. Evening __

YOU KEEP YOUR' : her attractive gifts. CUp' cakes services now start at 7:30: p. m.
; with miniature pink and blue Any visitors in the community

._if!'; baby shoes were served with.fruit are always welcome. \
14 guests._ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McRae of 'the Mother's Day dinner andservices I Wesfingh/ Buse 3.
: held at the Long Brancn
Jacksonville visited Sunday with j
Baptist Church on Sunday were iIl'' '... '
] Mrs. Mamie Jones. While here r.
SPENDING ,successful. The services were
tney enjoyed a visit to Bryceville.Mrs. very ,
: Knight .
by Rev Percy Electric
; .. W C. Taylor< had as .her and after the' dinner special sing- Range ,
guests for Mother's Day dinner
>* It ing was enjoyed, by a. very nice
t. her son and daugriter-in-law, Mr. (Model KEA30))
crowd. I
and Mrs. R. C. Taylor of Jack- WestinghouseRefrigerator
Mr, and, Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw

IN THE RIGHT .. ,,:.<., ",; ronville Joe Harvey.We and. her daughter., Mr. and son._had.,as,. guests Mr. Bradshaw's I LIFT-OFF DOOR

.v J : .' parents,, Mr. and Mrs. H.
are very proud to learn Bradshaw of 1001 HEAT POSITION Freezer
that Leroy Wilson, son of R. V, H.
the 'i.Mr, .I1d''}'{'Sr Tommy Smith SINGLE DIAL OVEN .
t Wilson, won 2nd place in : "
and children of Jacksonville ViSit- (Model RMA-09))
contest at the
tractor driving
PERSPECTIVE District FFA meeting in Lake City ed .sunday with Mrs. Hattie Nolan CONTROL 50 LBS. FREEZER STORAGE
o I and DIr and Mrs. D. J. Par- .
j ..
] last Friday. ADJUSTABLE
ana family. also wrath Mrand .
.. ,. R. E. Jones attended the
Mrsl: Bradshaw and '
-. Z'oJ. Buddy : ,0nly 2-40
1 Evaluation of Vocational programfor ,
> Duval County in Jacksonville : Only
tf f _
'" Mr. and Mrs Slick: Harvey of .

<. *.., !.I: .TjFor ,EelferbYdgeling:) tKrougK I Better.4r :T H .last The week.Girl's Athletic Club and I Jacksonville- yisited Mrs Hattie I II Per Week '

;. ._' ...'... Baldwin Cheerleaders I Nolan. Sunday afternoon.
*: ); ? ) .... the spent and
Holland Brown family
x, : ,,. .,records. JhyPflyi"n8witKrftd&-'drflw< 'f : d ,. last weekend at Jacksonville Jacksonville Mrs. had Sunday night

; _... J/on us. W. will welcome lour couRli :: < I Mrs.Beach..Gerard They Jones were chaperoned Joyce Vereen,by supper with.1ft;; and Mrs.While C. E. BUY ANYTHING IN STORE AND

Wilkinson ,Jr-and family. .
'" and Sarah Saucer.
.' .. .. Miss'Shirley Sigmund and Wil-: here they also visited Mr. and
; Mrs,''C- Wilkinson.. 8f, Friendsof MAKE FIRST PAYMENT AUGUST 1ST
lie Noble represented the Baldwin
: .. Mr. Brown will be interested to
School at the DCT Convention
learn that he is now' stationed
held is St. Petersburg last week-
FLOR I DA ; : end. Miss Jimmie Lee Smith' ac. hi Alaska.. .. .
companied them on the trip.
Miss Joyce Vereen's 1st grade TICK BIGHT POINT for MK
It' SJ7A'U'Kt ... .. class enjoyed a trip to the Jacksonville
: -, ___ :D.A'HK, .0 : ; > ... .' '. Zoo on Tuesday. ; way you;:"write., Come ta sad sosect

*MT IIAI wou'" ['iw riottu eiw.T..1V..t:GI w... : favorite 'ESTERbEOOKFtentat
wi nomo
tt tl MUM er The Junior-Ssenior Prom will your .
be held Friday night. May 20., at 220 N. TEMPLE AVENUEiiji
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the gymnasium. The ""Skylarks"will -- '-- ., --' -- ,- .,"C ----. --
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I Standing with the couple were day ahead because of the election.i I fci New Port Richey Sunday.. time all the time visit with Heil- Miss Janice Hayes visited in thecommonity

Mrs. McElroy.and Marel Rhoden. I Members of the council votedto Mrs. George Williams of bionn Church for any and all during the weekend -
while Hampton and Mrs. Ed Durban :services,you and your family. are with relatives and friends.
keep the old lawn mower !
HAMPTON biieryl uncle of McElory the bridegroom.played piano Miss mu- :it is in running condition as Wells I and son of Lawtey drove to Val- always welcome. Mrs. Lois Cox and daughter MY SINCERE THANKS

using the new one. recently c4j( ta, Ga. last Friday to visit Well, the first primary votes and her future son-in-law, Miss 5
By Un. D. E. Iffll sic before the ceremony. : !Linda Miss Marilyn Cox and
with the family Cox.
I purchased by the city. Jay Boyette have made some glad and some
The bride for her weddinga
UAWWWAWAA4ALa.Peggy wore The veterinarian who is to inoculate Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Davis of sad and for a few of our poli- i tier: fiance Earl Norman, visited
white nylon chiffon dogs in the city was unable -i Vero Beach visited here this week ticians the battle is still on until .I in Femandina Beach Sunday.
length dress, full-skirted over taffeta TO ALL
Jean Davis Weds to be in .Hampton in April,I mth his ,mother. Mrs. Oscar Davis May 24. Yes sir. candidates and Our neighbors will regret to
Walter Rhoden Saturday with a sequin-trimmed bodice lain that Cutshaw's wife is
it was reported, and has not yet on their farm near Hampton.Mr. their'supporters will be near exhaustion Rev.
Peggy Jean Davis daughter of Both Mr. and Mrs. Rhodenare I here. and Mrs. Don McMahone and those on the polls I I:seriously ill in a Greenville, Tenn.
definite date to be
sit a Bradford
students at Bradford of the 1690 County
former !
Mrs. Margaret Davis of Starke last Rev. Cutshaw notified
PTA Bears Pointers and son of Bradenton spent will be past fatigue. II know be- :
and Walter Rhoden, son of Mr. County High School and are I On Teaching Reading: weekend in Hampton with her cause Harvey counted votes for ,:Mrs. R. L. Reddish and said to

and Mrs. Carl Rhoden, were mar- faking their home east of I After an opening musical number parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat- North Starke until 2:30 a. m. last 1 I tell all hello and ask our prayers VOTERS

ried Saturday evening. May 7, in Hampton. by three members of the BHS terson. Also at the Wattersons on Tuesday, or rather Wednesdaymorning. ; .in behalf of Mrs. Cutshaw
a single-ring ceremony at the City Council MeetingWith 1 Saturday night and Sunday were i Guess that's all the news for

Hampton Baptist Church. the attention politics claiming last week most, little of !on nand teaching PTA members children heard to read a talk by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Watterson Sympathy is extended to the!'this time..bye now.I who voted for me on May 3rd.l.I _
of i would like to take this opportunity -
Rev W. P. McElnoy performedthe and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Failing
business was completed at the !Mrs. Lily Barnes, First grade tea- family of Johnny Cowart who:
to thank the people of
ceremony before the altar j'her. at, the meeting on Thursday Starke. died Monday of this week. May
council meeting on
set with a bouquet of gladioli- Hampton Monday city evening. May 2, set a i evening last. week, May 5.I Mrs. Hattie Brannen, sisterinlaw : our loving God comfort and bless I"Heilbronn for the wonderful sup- will be eternally grateful to you and. .
Hampton port given me in the First -
of J. J. Brannen
of this fine Christian
I I Using other teachers for "gui- each one
died Saturday May 7 in a Lake and loved and and I earnestly solicit your wish I could thank each one of youpersonally.
I j nea pigs", Mrs. Barnes illustrated man's family ones I
Butler hospital. Funeral services vote and support for County
i of the methods for teaching tLs friends as only He can I
some many who favored other
| those
!1 were held Monday in Lake Butler. do. i I. Commissioner in the May 24th To
first graders. She also gave seven
v '. '. pointers i for who have Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown ol the bereaved election. I hold ill-will and trust
Y C z parents Jacksonville spent Mothers Day Also may God comfort -t -SEEBER D. GOODMAN candidates no
children entering school next family of Mrs. Mattie -
i I.ueith Mrs. T. F. Brown and I II [Paid Pol Adv.] best candidate for
select the
they ,
fall: teach the child the letters of Waters Hutcheson who passed
:Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ownbey I
although not in alphabetical or- : away last Wednesday morning.
i. .# aer; help the child to observe I Keystone. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Norman, r May 24th. '
I would like to take this op- forSevere
,vary I (lew Bearing
t'I v p.. ; close details in pictures, etc.; portunity to thank the people of of Jacksonville spent Mother's .-..

J .y t. train the child to be a good Hampton for the wonderful support I Day with their parents, Mr. and Hearing Losses GRATEFULLY YOURS
iiitener; train the child to observe
I traffic rules. given me in the First Primary Mrs. Frank N'orman. .
I and I earnestly solicit your] Little Susan Kelly has returned -
In preparing the child physic-
: and support fol County Commissioner West Palm Beach after visiting
yz t :, ally for school the parents should in the May 24 election. for several weeks with her father. a N. D. (Noon) WAINWRIGHT%
J be sure they are in good health. !
: I. including a physical examination SEEBER D. GOODMANPi Warren (IScobiel Kelly and her n"Sv _
[ : PoL Adv.] grandmother, Mrs. Annie Kelly.,
i* necessary; check about shots, (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
riy :My uncle, J. D. Fralick and
a YOS especially: diphtheria polio and ......YT. rf.T.T..T.WW. N
Harden from,
r. < .c companion, Danny
snallpox: help the child to learnto
i Providence, visited with us Saturday -: :
care for himself and his cloth-
HEILBRONN{ afternoon.Mrs. r '

I I ing.There will be visitation day for Lois Henson of Jackson- t ;d,

d a prospective first-graders at the By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy tHe Visited with her parents Mr.I

School on and Mrs. E. C. Johns for thefothel's )
;Hampton Elementary -..-...-...-...-..-..-..-..-.-.-.-.-. -....- ..yyyyy- holiday. x v
I Fiitiay, May 27, and parents are }\ Day

t yours had an enjoyable are Mrs. Wilmont Brown and -

ime.Music students from Starke I Delvenc [niece of Mr. and Mrs.R. _
Day.Rev. Maico Electronics, Inc. announced -.T- -
it is doing one of its most important jobs who presented the band number Otis T. Jones renderedhis I Ii L. Morgan] who is ill in the the introduction of its -'
were Johnny Scott, Jimmy Law- i special Mother's Day message Jacksonville Naval Hospital newest hearing glasses to fit theperson ;.
.-cleaning your engine. son and Stevie Edwards. for Heilbronn Church Sunday. Miss Marilyn Cox' and her with a severe hearing loss. _
You'd be amazed at the dirt and sludge that I Sixty Hearing
Total income for the PTA realIZed Three lovely corsages were presented brother, Pearson, both of the The new Super transistors
I six -
builds up inside your engine as it operates..as from the night of the poli- during the morning worship University. Gainesville, spent Classes which have make it possible to 'L1

much as a pound in every 2500 miles of driving! tical rally was $271, it was reported hour to the two oldest moth- Mothers Day with their mother, hear whispers across the room,

If that dirt were allowed to ding to engine by Mrs. Ernest Triest sec- ers and to the youngest mother Mrs. Lois Cox and their sister, yet control loud noises so that the

bill... retary-treasurer. Refreshments of The oldest mothers, were I card of hearing person hears com
parts, you'd soon have a mighty bJg repair I present. Miss Linda Cox. fortably in all situations. Maico's _
but instead,.your motor oil seizes the dirt and cake and punch were served after -Mrs. Milton. Rosier and Mrs. 'Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and newest Hearing Glasses with :
the meeting by Mrs. Marklee J. W. Lee '
holds it in suspension where it can do no harm. I Mrs. Robert Cox, Mrs.D. Johnson lth Mrs. sons, Glen and Richard, visited I Magna Sound are" now being
Norman the youngest. RICO
being shown
I with Mr. Sapp's parents
Then when drain oil, out comes the
you your H. Crawford Mrs. Ramona
enjoyed the of Persons more Information -
throughly desiring
Everyone I r!r. and Mrs. Ellery Sapp
dirt With it. Wrrleyand Mrs. Marilyn McCall.Personals .
Church supper social Saturday Jacksonville. may write for _
Here at our Cities Service station, we recom- evening.' Glen Norman fried the Mrs. Delores Carmichael andsoninlaw booklet. _
mend a change every 1000 miles with our 5D I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin of chicken while the ladies prepared ;I and daughter Mr. and I.I I.. j L

Koolmotor Oil. I Jacksonville were Sunday visitors other delicious dishes. Who said I'Mrs. Sinclair Harley Jr., and : MR. R. C. PAULKHearing
here with Mr. and Mrs. K. B. I J. R. KELLYTAX
In addition to its greater cleansing action, 5D I men can't cook? Glen sure dida Mrs.: -Cannichael's daughter Mr.. Aid Consultant

Koolmotor actually acts as several oils inside Watteison. good job of it! Virginia Beach and a companion !
Mrs. A. M. Burris and children fora wonderful From COLLECTOR, BRADFORD COUNTY
your engine. Provides light lOW grade performance I of Jacksonville visited in Hampton Remember I I II Maico I .

at starting...medium 20 grade performancefor Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. Hearing I Wants to thank each and every one for their fine

warm-up..and heavy 30 grade performanceonce H. Maxwell.Mrs. Thanks To Bradford Voters Service Vote and Support on May 3rd., 1960. I wish to

your ensue is hot.. Richard Castle and children 319. Professional Bldg. thank my w-..:kers and supporters= and if I may

Result: it increases power, of Stewart Miss are visiting Tam: truly grateful for the fine : JACKSONVILLE 2, FAA. be of service please call upon me.
here with her parents, Mr. and I
] stretches gas mileage, keeps x I Will Be In Starke On SIGNED
Mrs. P. H. Lott. I ,.
and given me. pledge .
@ vote support
your engine new. Change over Mr, and Mrs. P. D. Adkins of r= TUESDAY, MAY ,,17, at "

to SD Koolmotor Oil "thismf I Dundee visited, his father: J. A. s you my-''besT ::as -your-15cnool Board Koch's Drug StoreCome J. R. Kelly"COSIGNED

m week. I Adkins. in the hospital in Starke in for ar FREE hearing -
last week. '" Member. demonstration,
test and
Mrs. James Baker and childrenof Allie Maye Kelly
or phone WO 4-4401 for an
W. E. LawsonPd.
St. Clair Shores. Mich. arrived
-I SILCOXCITIES@ appointment in :your home Esther S. Carter E
here last week to visit her par-

euls, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker. -i_ i_ ( Pol. Adv.) No obligation. If you want Loretta J. Merritt

They all visited in Gainesvillewith :: good hearing plus under-

Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Misner standing, see us. .I .

SERVICE and son last weekend.Mr. TO THED_ DEMOCRATIC ELECTORSOF I ___ .
and Mrs.. J. W. Home visit- II I -
705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla ed their son-in-law and
-... -I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams, .

appreciate vote on
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.Y.y..yyy" weeks with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. i was visiting Mrs. Rosa Kelley.and Holden of Ne berry. I Tuesday on business ',' j out, at, the feed mill,.warehouse I Jizel1e 'on the death of her father. -, MADIiOX STREET I'.IPTIST

Kelley and son in St. Petersburg Mrs. Mattie Sowells Sunday and I Mr. and Mrs.,J. T. Taylor and I Pitt! Baxter formerly of Brook-t eat Brooker Miss. M David was 1,' R. T. Taylor of Worthington CHURCH

BROOKERBy :Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley in Monday. I family of Palatka spent the weekend -.I er, now ,of Jacksonville, .is Visit-I assisted, by _Miss) Shirley Green ast week.I I 900 Block W. Madi-on St.

: Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Rhoden of I with her parents Mr, and I ing friends in Brooker. for a 'few I I3YS. and Mr?. Zukne _Harrell. I I would like to take this op-, Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood,

Jackson in Tampa Mrs. Alice Jacksonville were the Sunday I Mrs.. Roy Green. :The, Brooke ?Baptist Church' purtunity to thank the people of Superintendent.

Shirley Green Kelley in Dover Mr. and Mrs- I guests of Mr. _and Mrs. Ed Polk i I l T. W. Markey 'and John 'Free.nan .' Mrs. Pansy Strickland of Lacrosse I honored the, .oldest and youngest Brooker for the wonderful support -
&&& &&&.L.....& &&&& & Morning Worship 11:00.
and mother First
Cliff Kelley and Mrs. Ruby Wai and boys. : enjoyed fishing trip to Mrs. Iva Douglas were present;Sunday morning. then me in the Pri- ;I
tile Oklawaha the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. The oldest mother Ver- and I solicit Training Union 6:15: Jim Har-
Mrs. Rosa Kelley returned dron in Wildwood.Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kelley and i I River ,last Thurs- was Mrs. mary: earnestly your :
I oen, Director.
cay Howara Douglas Sunday. :4e Johns and the youngest was vote and'support for County Com- '
home Sunday after visiting three I Bedie Conerly or Hague :sons of Waldo were visiting hismother.Mrs.
-------.------ i I Mrs. Roy Green and girls were :. Mrs. Paul Emory and sons of Mrs. Jackie Clark, I ir.issioner in the May 24 election.: Evening Worship 7:30.:
I Rosa Kelley Sunday.:i in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.! Paiatk; spent the weekend with : We wish to express our heart- SEEKER D. GOODMANPd. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting,

I The first and second grades of: KayEmerson of Bland spent':iiir mother, Mrs. Eva Harrell. :felt sympathy to Mrs. Warren [ PoL Adv.] \ ':::30.
,Brooker Jr, High School enjoyed _, _. .. ,
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas -- ?- .c- ,. J. H. Mabry Jr., Pastor.
A Statement From Your Sheriff ;a trip 'to the Jacksonville Zoo :, Thomas.night with Linda Sue ,f'and family and Troy Thomas and .

3atul' ay. Mrs. M. D. Harrell,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas, Mr. I I daughter Patricia were visiting '
heir teacher, Rev. and Mrs.
tfLL i i and Mrs. Tim,,""Thomas, and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lewis and '
I James Temple Mrs. Thomas
'drover Thomas attended church I Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Lewis of r -
Hamilton, Mrs. Malcolm Lewis, .
lu Jacksonville Saturday. I i Arkansas at the home of Mrs.Pansy : ,
Mrs. Howard Douglas Mrs. Victor
1 J Miss Judy Kelley of Jacksonvillewas I i Strickland near Lacrosse
Jones Mrs. Ernest Edwards, and
"O. hcme with ,her parents Mr. Saturday night I
Mrs. Roy Green accompanied the
classes on the trip. .,and Mrs J. W.- 'Kelley for the I Miss Carolyn McDavid, director ISN'T C NEXT TO EVEN BETTER'N' TELE-
wcekend. o: the Junior Choir at the Baatjst TELEVISIONWHAT
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and [ DO YOU
I i Miss Annette Green and John Church, gave her choir .a
family went to the Rodeo in St. WONDERFUL, UXE BEST,
vsw Augustine Sunday. (Green of Gainesville were home party at her home Friday night. 1i BAXTER? / MARY? GityrishG I
':with their parents. Mr. and Mrs.I Alter the party thirteen girls enJOyed -
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Wood of I .JUT AMINUTE Market
1\. L. Green this weekend. an over-night camping. trip NA HA H Meat
Jacksonville were the Friday: -- -c L AX-rER:
I Mr and Mrs. Bill Genovar of I I I
night guests of the W. E. Bighaoajff I -'. I 1 HAHA
I i[Gainesville were visiting Mrs.: HAi

.family.j. E. Townsend. was visiting his I G -over Thomas Sunday. WILLIAMSJEWELRY I ,' a. -
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>ifrr.'and Mrs L. A. Davis and LAS
mother Mrs. Lola Townsend and: I ,
on of .Gainesville'were the Sun-, _a e/
other, Mr. and Mrs. Emory .
day guests of his parents, Mr. and I
Townsend and family in Wau-
Mis. N. J. Davis.C. r
chula: over the weekend. He also' -
D- Dowling spent the week-
fisted Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Guth- i WATCHES .-.DIAMONDSREPAIRS!\
r ind: in Jacksonville visiting rela- I .
To the man i in ery and family in Bartow. :tives. i
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Andrews ,, ..-.-
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Land and
attended the Mathematics Banquet I AH Work GuaranteedA.
daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. and : Sunnyjand AU MeatVEINERS
in honor of Dr. F, W, Koko- I Ii I
who C. Williams
our race was Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and son of

inoor Gainesville at the Friday Primrose night Grill, in I,Starke and, Mr.daughter and Mrs. Wilbur Gainesville Barry 142 W. Call St. i % lb, 49C j ROUND STEAK 69c .

'eliminated in the k A Surprise Birthday Party was I I,Mv. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy o! Starke, Fla.
Siven for Gene Edwards at, the i .
Starke .were the Sunday guests I
First fill" home of Miss Mary Jane Bigham Mr.:and.Mrs. Lloyd Barry. i Sunnyland All_Pork Smoked Fresh Or Smoked Picnic
Primary, Tuesday: night. Ten guest. were of:
present to help him celebrate !!Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.were Charles the Perry Sunday I SAUSAGE lb.
: 49c SHOULDERS lb.
.1 Mrs. H.. E. Stokes and daughter and &dJ 29CSmoked
Mr. H. A. LAWSONI Ruby, Mrs. Mattie Sowells, i i Mis.:guests M. of O. her HarrelL parents: Mr.

and Mr. and Mrs. N. J, Davis attended I
Mr. andMrs., Bob Thomas BRING I -
services at Zione Rest i! j jI ( OUR 5AS WILL
spent Saturday night and Sunday Or White
I For Barbecue. ,

appreciate the manner in which Church Mr. and in Mrs.Jacksonville* E. C, Lewis Saturday.and I I visiting aui: Mr Miss, and Rebecca Mrs. Buddy Thomas Waters in- I I 1 AND YOU COMFORT DAYS OFCHEER DURING I I SPARE RIBS Ib. BACON Ib.

Mr. and Mrs. paul Faulkner and..Jacksonville. j .. YEAR i 39c IQc
conducted withme ALL ,
you your campaign .ughter. Susan, of, Starke spent ; )oft'. and Mrs. W. A. Davis and
part of last week with Mr.. and! l _
ciiildren of Waldo spent Saturday
both this year and when you Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and fam- I ; ':. .
,tight with Mr.. and Mrs.. N. J. .

ran before. in 1956. I am pleased 'jy Friday Linda night Emerson with of Goldie Bland Thomas.spent I!: Davis.Mrs.,Jackie Clark and son and I II I .:. a ALL MEAT STEW GROU ND LB. 49<<=

Mr. and Mrs.iLloyd Barry were I It'1e ,
to say we conducted both campaigns Mrs Jane Tate honored her :i Sunday guests 'of. Mr. and

father, J. H. Sullivan, with a Mrs.. Jimmy, Crosby in Starke
Biithday:; supper GOOD FROM
on a high level with absolutely Sullivan 'Friday night. ,
:Mrs. J. H.
also there. i Mrs. Fred Karkutt of' Detroit, I 6 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.: CLOD ON MONDAY
and son. Jerry were Julian I
either Mich., and 'Mr. and Mrs. j
no mud-slinging on Mrs. Faye Johnson, of Waldo ..Greene and son of Jacksonville I I
and Mrs. Ed Polk Fri1ay. -
sited; Mr.
side. We went into the campaign I v. j.Green were visiting Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. pave v rWE

of High Springs
I Mrs Carneta Dees of Haines
friends and out friends. I Mamie Hodges
'came was visiting Mrs. City was the weekend guest of
Mr.: and Mrs. Lloyd Barry. r
feel that the people appreciatedthis and Mrs. Joe Breeden of Mr. and Mrs. Lex Tyler and (

LaCrosse were visiting her par- !:grandson of Jacksonville was \ I I I -

type of campaign, and I assure ents. Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Crews'pittas: Mr and Mrs. Dennis ,
Sunday. Hodge Sunday afternoon.

you that I will always value your Mrs. J. H. Sullivan was visiting Allen. Lewis was in Jacksonville after- ----
!.!lS. Jane Tate Thursday -.t .
noon m Gainesville.The j tT

friendship. Sunday afternoon, guestsof 1 ,.. --
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk were: .... _;,jl'li.ii

Ur. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler 'arid )' I UNITED STATES OF_ AMERICA

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complete and COIT ct. If you believe that you were net counted, .. -. : 4I.

please nit out the (form below and mail it immediately) to*-......) U.S. Census District Office '
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I r, I II I' 111"1'" I II' .FI, !I department of your refrigerator.'1 iTo i!add 3' cups sugar.. 'Place in a

'\. t Home Demonstration i avoid a mushy frozen pro- i I large, heavy saucepan and cook
duct. use freshly picked firm ber- aoout I 20 minutes or until syrup

I CHURCH NEWS : a a.! ,. '''ates :lues. Wash benies in cold waterlIi ; sheets from spoon giving the jelly

1 \... J t. by Ii 1 ;ing in and out quickly. Never remove:;
: le J strawberries stand; in water.I' stand until cool

n L:!! \ J; f' DOROTHY ROSS i Wash through three waters .: to "plump" berries In the syrup.
A.ent. i j':rain; and cap. Beiries may then Reheat. Pour into clean hot Jars.
Demonstration I be!i cut in halves or left whole. To Seal at. once. Do not seal with
Methodist Church i! 4t The Tabernacle I a mix; :one-half every four cups of berries "wax. Use -a regular canning jar

I Strwberry time is here, and cup boiling water; one-half cup sprinkle with one cup of sugar. and lid.BI'ooker.
Schedule:: for week of May 15: A Mother's Day message wasJehvered evcrione should get full enjoy- 'I cold drained strawberry t juice; let stand. 15 to 20 minutes to Cook-Out

Sunday:: Church School, 9:45: Sunday morning at the I Uient Ircm the many ways in two to four tablespoons sugar; .dissolve! sugar. Package in freezer Last Thursday the Brooker 4-H
a. m. Morning Worship 11 a' m. 'i + e #[ which they are servedStrawber- !lore package (10 oz.] frozen sliced -rait
on.- or glass canning jars. .
Gospel Tabernacle by Dr. H. F. girls, held their cook-out on the
RT Marshall Gamble of Keystone ; jes are not only colorful and 'I jsti a berries, thawed, and drainedor Leave one inch head space. Label, .
|Community Center grounds. The
McGe '
l Heights will bring the mes- Miss Phyllis Martin, missionary nasty, but they also are a fine about one and one-half pints
date and freeze at Fahren-
zero 10 girls. Mrs. M. D. Harrell.;and
Larc: in the absence of the pastor, to Ecuador, will fly from source of vitamin C. f Jcf fresh berries; one baked 9-inch
headquarters In. Quito on May, ,, heit. Store at zero or lower until the agent enjoyed cooking and
who Is away conducting a revival. You need some food rich inI pe shell, cooled. I.'
12 to spend a three-month vaca- 1 '!ready, to thaw for serving. ''eating hamburgers with all the
Snack Supper for MYP 6 p. m.tiuth I I
because the
vitamin C daily bodycan't j Place contents of package m a .. trimmings. This event closed the
tion in the States with her
Meetings, 6:30: p. m. Even- parents store much of this vitamin. ]huge deep mixing, bowl. Add When ready to serve fruit, do
ing Worship 7:30 p. m. I, at Lawtey. Her ministry among I Vitamin C keeps tissues through- ;'boiling water and mix thorough- not completely thaw out but serve club year.The .
us is being anticipated with 'I II r '1 Brooker .girls ana the
Monday Methodist Men's I cut the body in good condition. ly. Add drained strawberry juice. with a few ice crystals.

Supper, 7 p. m. I I 1.I interest. r I I When the diet is low,in this,vitamin ,Then beat vigorously with a ro"| If you are on a reducing dietor :: Home Demonstration Club ladies for

Tuesday Pledge service and !I Friends of Mrs. M. J. McRae j I gums are tender and bleed :, tary beater, or at highest speed ; a diebetic, freeze the berries i[have planned June.a bake In front sale ofGreen's

regular monthly business meeting \I are glad to know that she is I easily, joints swell1 and hurt, and of electric mixer, until mixture :without sugar or use one of the i Saturday" .
will De
gradually from her recent store, The money
cf WSCS 10 a. m. accidentGRACE I I muscles weaken. I Us very foamy...4[takes about one (,Sweeteners- !|used to refinish the new floor at

Wednesday Prayer Meeting Use berries "as they are." served I cunuteJ. Add sugar and beat I I Strawberry preserves are a fav- '' Community Center.
I'I't | the
and Bible Study, 7:30: p. m. METHODIST CHURCH Bowling League Trophy Winners I with whipped cream or over j until filling stands in peaks [one t orite with nearly everyone. So,]

Thursday Prayer Group in I, vanilla ice cream over chilled |Ito three minutes)1. Fold in drain- :a.'ter you have frozen all you can I II FAITH BAPTIST CHCKCHLawtey '

Ladies: Bible Classroom, 9:30: a. LAWTEY, FLORIDA tapioca cream or a smooth custard td strawberries. Pour into cooled {ue, eaten all you can hold fresh, i iI : '
Five award winners in the City sented an award as the most improved :
m. Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: I Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: above bowler. and homemade strawberryice pJe. shell. Chill until set, about 2 iheie's I a preserve recipe you will A. C. Massey Putot

p. m. a, m., Morning Worship, 11 a. m., Bowling League are pictured i Clif- cream. Strawberry chiffon hours. Top with whipped cream ''lke.: I Bible school, 10 ft. Ou
at a banquet held Monday nightin High( game winners were: I
Evening Service, 7:30 p- m. the Officers Club at Camp ford Powell. 253; Jim Brown God- pcs: are something to talk about. ]! if desired. j Strawberry Preserves I II Preaching, 11 *. m.
CHURCH, KEYSTONE Wednesday Youth Fellow- I You will want to try this one. ; To Freeze Strawberries Use fresh berries, some ripe : Evening Service 7:30 p m.
245. I
Blanding. Left to right: Lew Har-;; v-in. 219; Jack i I
Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar :'llip and Choir Practice, 7:30: p. Strawberry Chiffon Pie Try putting strawberries in your and some not quite ripe. Wash.i Bible Study and Prayer Meets
series Lew
per, D..A. Jones, T. A. Yawn, Fred +I High three-game, : i
m. One package of strawberry : home freezer or the freezing drain and cap. To 5 cups berries ing, 7:30 p m., Wednesday.
Holy Communion 653 Clyde Terwillegar,
Sunday-7:30: a. m. Snell, and Clifford W. Powell.Jones 1 Harper ;

; 9:30: a. m. Sunday 652; D. A. Jones, 645.
is captain oegel
School: 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayer I I High season average: Lew Harper -ii
and Sermon (holy Communioneach Cor. Call & Christian StreetsRob Sales team, and Snell is president !!! 166; Clifford Powell. 162; D.

first Sunday]; 6:30: p. m., L. Badgett, Minister of the league and member of the'|' Jones, 162; Clyde Terwillegar. Illi I
Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Worship I'I'A THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH
Young People meet. and Communion, 10:45 a- m. recreation board. Yawn was pre- .1 --
Holy Days-7:30: a. m., Holy I
Chi Rho, 5 p. m. Choir Practice, ,_ ._ .... ., .,.., _
Communion. Track !* >> "" yn. h -'AW' y. -: t -' "\0 : '
6 CYF, 7 Jaycee ,':' '
p jn. p. m.Wednesdp.y t-, ."%}11
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7:30 New "
St. Edward's Catholic Church ,' : p. m. >1:'

Starke, Florida Twining for Service. And Field Day I I .,1;

Sunday Mass at 10 a. m.
Masses at 8:30: a. m. & CEMETERY WORKING SuccessStarke "t
Holy day Scores SERVICEArmy MEN <
5:30: p. m.Weekday. There will be a working at Mc- ': .''

Mass at 8:00: a. m. Kinney Cemetery on Friday, May r
20. All interested are invited Jaycees held the first of !
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 persons ,
to come and bring lunch what it hopes to be an annual
P. m. Pvt. Phillip' E. Mobley, "
Baptisms, marriages and instructions and tools to work with.-John event last Friday afternoon when eon of Mr. and Mr. Wilbur -L.
some 200 youngsters took part in I {
by appointment. McKinney. I:Mobley of Route 2, Starke. Decently t q
their countywide track and field
meet. i. arrived in Germany and
is now a member: of the 3rd Arm01 ,
Five places were awarded in
ed Division.A .
each event, but due to limited f

THE GOOD PEOPLE space only the winners will be military policeman inthe .
TO divisions Police .
listed. Class A was for boys and Military : .or -1
Company in Frankfurt, Pvt. Mob-
girls 13-15 years old; Class B for 1
ley entered the' in October
C for Army ;
11-12 year olds; and Class -
8-iO year olds. Events are listed 1959 and completed basic training -
OF BRADFORD COUNTY : at Ft. Jackson, S. C. He is a
according to class. [ "
1959 graduate ,!of BHS. t$1fl
Class A Boys .. I.
broad Sgt. 1-c Albert Wj Chapman : : ,
Running jump-Stanley
Thomas. whose wife Norma lives at 130 tt.t/\/ \. .
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High jump Jimmy fiummer- N. Cherry St., recently took, part I t.,:, '
lin. in the Army's European rifle and t. 9

100 yard dash Tom Gardner.I 1 pistol matches in GrafenWOhr ; l ;;i 0e
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,.' f Softball throw for distance- Germany. represented the 3rd Y
Michael Waters. Infantry Division in the compe- ? 4
.. Football.throw% for distance- tition. f? \ _
A member of the division's ..
S Jimmy Dowling. :
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.,.. ..'i-. Hop, 'step, and jump -Dearl Marksmanship Detachment, Sgt. ;:,:,!:

":, vr't Bradley. Chapman entered the Army in tb Y.
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110-yard low hurdles-Marshall 1948.

t Starling < 1 Clyde O. Timmons, son of'Mi. '- "" -" -

220-yard dash-Jimmy Dowlmg.I I and Mrs. Basil E, Timmons of THE CHURCH FOR ALL I

400-yard shuttle relay Larry!'Brooker, and. Richard H. Johns, ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe

I appreciate; more than words can ex- Crawford, Bill Knight, Jimmy I son of Mrs. Ruth E. Noegel of Rt.
Church ;U die realrtt factor .. & ; :: ,
Dowling, Leonard Dugger. 1, Starke recently graduatedfrom ( ..,
press the wonderful support given me in i Class B Boys recruit training at the Milk for the building of character ud t; ,
good cilurnihip. It it itorchoutc of : k -4' i.
the First Primary in my race for Coun- Running ibroad jump-Mike Great Lakes, Ill. Naval Training piriliul. valuei.Without *strong Church
Frick. Center The graduation exercises cither Jonoctacy nor civilization
will always High jump-Drew Groover. marking the end of nine weeks of There four sound
ty Commissioner, District tI.: I J are reason Of course I don't scare you. I'm only & little boy
100-yard dash-Mike Frick. "boot camp", Included a full t why every pcnon hou4' !! attend temcet '
kindness will regularly and the Church. They making believe I'm a big bad man.
remember and support
your 50-yard dash-Jim Bryant.. dress parade before military officials -
t Softball throw for distance' In nine weeks of instruction j are: (I) For lit own tale. (2)) For hit Some day, though, I will be bi g. Some day tbischldrtni
in the tale, (3) For the tale of his
appreciate your continued support Drew Groover. I' the raw recruit is developedinto community' and .. '10.. (4) For the tale game might be real, 'cause even the biggest bad man

Second Primary on May 24.'Uncle' 200-yard shuttle relay-Freddie! a Navy Bluejacket, ready for of the Church ilocl!. which ...ds rut was once a little boy. And who knows what made him .

Siemer, George Smith, Drew' duty with the fleet. moral l.nd nalerial wpporl. Plan ago go wrong? That's why early training is so important..
Groover, Jimmy Bryant. to church regularly sad read four Bill "
d.I,. In church and Bible school we learn about God'
Class! C Boys Co. C Receives .
HOGAN'SMITH kindness and love, and how we can trust Him for
Siemer. jump-Fred I Efficiency AwardIn Day oot.Chapter term the things we need. We learn to u-ant to help others, \

I SuwUy MarkMonday 3Q.SO instead of hurting them.
dash James McRae. MaintenanceCompany
50-yard ftalmfTunday I 14

For County Commissioner Dist. 3 Softball throw for' distance Wednesday Iwab Psalms 119 7 .1-9-I"$ Encourage the children you know to learn ill ,
Tommy Siemer. ; C, 784th OrdnanceBn. Thursday Acts 3 SWO .
the good they can. Make church. and. Bible school
Friday Deuteronomy 30Saturday
Three broad jumpsMickey ., Starke, has received the A-
III John 1 1-4
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) family custom-please.
( I your
:Moore.. .' I ward for Efficiency in Maintenance .
1 1I for the fiscal 1960 from .,.
200-yard; relaY-John Warren. year
I the State of Florida, Military I '" .
Scotty Rl.oden Tommy Siemer, .
I -- ,) kX C.p"ghr liS' Ktutrt U* Son-iu St.but' Vt :
James McCrary. Department, Office of The Ad- I.M .- :
I. jutant General. \.
Class Girls
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All) Guard units in Florida compete : : ., ,.. .
Standing broad jump Tie be- S_ .T '< .'" ;;. :"" : tween Suzi Broadway and Cheryl for this award which is giv-
attained _. ..__ ., .
Tillman. en for having 'the highest "' 'k'' "' '" w W <'> ''

dash figure of efficiency in main-
- 50-yard -Carolyn Smith.
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0 - Clarice Coleman. An appropriate certificate will !,

Volleyball throw for. distance- b. given to the unit for permanent ,

Jackie Bales. possession by Chief of the -

l- 0 Hop, step, and jump--Carolyn National: Guard Bureau.Co. -

Smith C. will hold multiple drill on JOHN A. TORODE

200-yard shuttle relay-Jean Sunday May 15, devoted to issuing GASOLINE. GREASE ', ?- :

Brown, Carolyn Smith Jackie driver permits after driver
.. Bales, Alice Raulerson. including ': '
tests for all types of trucks, .

i 1r t : nsu. s.ewu B Girls wreckers, are given; is- LUBRICATIONOILS A I
,, r r l y1 pass i.. :MINERAL i ,
1 Standing broad jump-Sandy uing and delivering additional '
Sullivan. Vehicles; and issuing supplies for : SPIRITS .

ARTAt Q11JE FEA5 6"Let's Softball throw for distance- summer:: field training which will ; .

Phyllis Combs. ue held July 17-31 at Fort Stewart II '

be frank, Horace no girl would marry you un- Volleyball throw'for distance- Ga. Additional training will FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES'-

less you furnished her with the best in homes suchas Phyllis Combs. 1 ba conducted in welding vehicle]
repairs, and 90 MM Gun opera "
Class C Girls
Starke Builders Supply can help you plan." 50-yard dash:-Cheryl McRae. II tion and maintenance. t FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL :

Volleyball throw for distance Madison and Cherry St.. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla. "

Dottie Three Rhoden.'br08.d' jumps-Linda Col- members by Rev. Ray Wilson ,of I
the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church. -

Band Members St. Petersburg. The ,rest of the i

day was spent in the pool'and on I
Enjoy WeekendAt the beach. The evening meal on ..
Sunday was served at the Park \
St. PetersburgA Terrace Grill in Clearwater. Real EstateDenmarkFurniture Associate Store Shop

Add ... .
Rooms Carport
weekend of relaxation was The 60 band members makingthe

enjoyed by BHS Band members trip received many fine compliments -

Bath Room after a busy school 'term schedule from ,the managementof .

which was climaxed by the annual Colonial, Jnn on" their good _be : GEM"JEWELRY TERWiLJ.EGARMOTORS

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES Spring Concert in the BHS audi-. havior. They said that the. BHS I Co.

torium last Thursday nightBand Band was the finest group of students I -
members and their chape- they had had: stay there. '
rones left Starke at 5:30 am.: last the were Of StarkeI N. L. WOODBURN Your Authorized Ford Dealer
Time To Re-roof Accompanying group iHr. I I'
Saturday, headed by. bus for I I
and }1rs. Robert Myrick and
St. Petersburg Beach. They arrived -
Colonial. Inn.there before son }1r. and Mrs. Carleton Koch I

lunch time, and spent a carefree and Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathews. EDWARDS' GIB BROWN'S Community State Bank

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES i afternoon in the pool and on the The band wishes to. ,thank all I

beach.Plantation Dinner Room was of enjoyed the Inn.in the persons! who purchasedtickets to III' Grocery and Market Service Station Of Starke I

the concert and attended. The St.Petersburg IIII
Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. After Sunday morning break- III IIIr'
fast, a special servicewas con- trip was made possible I

ducted the beach the band their
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J(- HKEYSTONE f I Mrs. Ella -Bird i 1 Keystone C of C and Carol Gardner,

_ Miss Pat Preston daughter of

i HIGHLIGHTS! i! Longtime Resident, Schedules MeetingTo Mr. and Mrs. Bill Preston was

I Reached Age Of:94 Name ChairmenThe honored guest at the Putnam

By Mary K. County Congress of Parent-

I I Residents of Keystone Heights, tiJ Keystone Heights Chamber Teachers Association banquet in
r. ,: P.latia Thursday night. It was
especially those of long standing
of Commerce will meet at 8 p m.
Show Will Be soloist of Jacksonville I I
Jlower I
j here that Pat'B.S presented with
arc saddened by the: "death of a' tItn.
I f yl Monday: May 16, in the confernce -
Hifhlijht Of Next Week J !iTheie'is no admission charge! Mrs. Ella C. Bird She ,passed a of Clay Electric Cooperative. I i $400.00, scholarship given by the
LThe first annual Flower,Show,;:.'ct: the,, show and the public is' way peacefully at 5:30: p.? m. ,on The chairmen of operating -I( Patnam County' PTA. She is a

staged by the Garden Di- i cordially: invited. Monday, May.9. In the Mary Olin committees for the !:sciiior at Melrose High School
._ yeararil
I{ Cha'raan of the club's Garden Ciinic and is salutatorian of her clais.
jflsion of the Keystone Heights at Penney. Farms having be nominated at this time, i
j i Division is Mrs. Sara McDonald. ,
Woman's Club, promises to fee a { al.t.aind the age of, 94 on March ." and plans made for the chamber's ; Mrs. Mary Ann.McCracken and
fright spot on the local scene,and Flower Show chairman is 28. I r participation in the Clean-Up i hildren and Christine Prescottof

jaext week. Presented in the Wo- Mrs. Bachmann. Others in charge J.Irs. Bird was' born in Mead- :;' (Drive in June. ;: Atlanta! ,'Ga. spent the weekend
of special phases are: Mrs. Emery !
man's Club on Tuesday May 17,;II, Cooper schedule: Mrs. Hors vile: Pa. in 1886, her parents be-1 i I .'!:-:! ::' ;' All members are urged to attend wnh.Mr. and Mrs. Francis Chiap-
from 3 until 8:30: p. m., themeOf ; ir.g the late John J, ana Elizabeth'F.gelkn.ut' : ; 'f this important meeting. I pina and family.
!;fall, entries; Mrs. Bachmann.i "': ..
Mr. and.Mrs. A.
i Thomas PrevostJr.are
the show will be "Living with Caraway, She came to ', ,
flowers." Anyone may enter any i Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. McDonald, Keystone Heights in 1926, she and| 5:41 ,.. : \i uataaaaaa..AA.aa..atuMELROSE the parents to a 8 pound,
: Mrs. George Schaeffer,
programs !
plant or arrangement but all entries her husband being among the original i $). '. '. 6 ounce baby girl born Friday,
must be registered: with Mrs. publicity: Mrs. Whitney Wyman i colony that settled the I .. I I May. 6 in tha-; Bradford County
ana :Mrs. Frank Egan Garden
iAitheiia Horsfall., phone 3871 community. She was' one. of the I Hospital. .Paternal grandparentsi
before t. they may be displayed. Entries !Booth; Mrs. Eloise, Cook com- I charter members of; the Community Before And After i Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Prevost

will be judged, by numbers.rather .acrciai exhibits; Mrs.' Irene Williams Church. and of ,the Keystone By joyce: RothhammertAAAiAAAJ.AA4AAAAAAAAAAA Sr. of New Orleans La-; maternal
1 Mrs. Bert Christoffers. Sr..
than by the names of the: Heights Wom' n'*.Club, andwas The Rains Came srandr-arents. are Mr. and Mrs.
bfrs. Rosie Piper Mrs. Cooper,
Divisions of the show will James G. Gaboardi. Mrs. Etta
Owners. active in the affairs of bothas
be: arrangement classes, ;horticulture -1( end Mrs. McDonald, staging; Mrs. l long as her health permitted.! To Brooklyn Lake A surprise birthday party was Menge is paternal great-grand-

and special features. I Nettie Stitchberry. and Mrs. Her- .Mis. Bird is survived by three lcld for Carol Gardner recently j mother.

A musical program in chargeof !b.&t Nelson, properties; Mrs..Ray .ons, John C. Bird, Keystone Believe it or not, these two .n the home of her. parents, .Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Williams

Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann will I Starnes, Mrs. Egan. and Mrs. Heights; Dr. George ll Bird pictures were taken at the same .. and Mrs.. Quincy Gardner. The ;and children Robin, Steven
.j I Horsfall. registration of plants. spot-just two years apart-in played and danced.(Mark, and Paul moved from Mel-
be presented at 4'and, 8 p. m. Syracuse N. Y-, and Dr; Paul group games I ;
Judges will be from out of of the home of Mr., and
featuring Mrs. Estelle Bisbee BIrd Lakeland.There are also front r For refreshments there were ice i rose to Tampa last week.
.town: two from Green Cove seven grandchildren and two Mrs. Harold Snellen on Brooklyn cream, cup-cakes, and punch. j Dick Clapp from North Carolina

Springs, one from Gainesville 2fcat-grandchildren. take. "fr S. Those attending included Glen- spent the weekend with his

Unwanted Hair Time Chance Funeral services-.were.' held at Two years ago, after a decade da Nobles, Madaline Tyre. Gayle parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clapp.Mr. .

The Woman's Club May Lunch :2 m. ,Wednesday 'm the ;'Com- .oi below normal rainfall, the Cross Joanne Eichelsderfer Elsie and Mrs. Grant Rothham-
Removed eon.which will be.held.May 24 at p I jjvaier in this part of the lake 'r.1er
munity Church with Dr. A. C. Jane France Ann Bowen Sara Jr. of North Little Rock
MEDICALLY the clubhouse will begin at 12 Holt officiating. Burial. was in was just about gone-only a small Baldwin. Wilma Gardner Buny- Aik.. recently became parents to

noon rather than the previously- the family plot In Keystone puddle remained. oa Kelley Eddie Joe Gardner, [Continued On Nest Pate]
planned 1 p.. m. Everyone plan- With the return of heavy rains
Heights Cemetery under the direction
ning to attend is urged to make' in the area last year-when rainfall -
reservations with Mrs. Alma Frost ofDeWUt'C. Jones was almost double the normal
Edmund at 4301 as soon as possible. average all lakes, including
[[started overflowing through a the Keystone Inn property; ,
:Mother' Night at O. E. S. rising. The connecting I
Brooklyn started
DWYER I j natural channel into Lake Key- Brooklyn Lake is ,now near ( New Management: )
The ladies of Keystone Heights Magnolia
stream between
ELECTROLOGIST Mother's Night; The lovely I I link in the 'lood stage and still rising. Rt. 100 1 Mi. E. Keystone Heights Ph. 4176
Chapter: 279. O. E. S., held 'their carnations Lake and Brooklyn that had been j I stone, and the final Whereas the water under the ,
Tel. FR 2-8039 jtegular meeting on May 3 in the were prepared by Mrs. diy for several years started I chain was completed when Keystone -
bridge on State Road 21 was about ;
For an Appointment .Temple. As each mem- L'ene Williams thousandsof SANDWICHES
i ilasomc
.. flowing again putting I started overflowing several 20 feet down a couple of
107 W. University Ave. Suit 204 ber and visitor entered the Chap- The Charter of the Keystone into .
gallons of water per day A it has risen to height
: I weeks ago into Lake Geneva. Years ago a DRAFTBEER
1INESVILLE'FLA.., ter Room she was presented witha Heights, Chapter was solemnly
G '
'carnation to wear in honor of craped: after the reading of a Brooklyn, in addition to the rain :good;: sized stream is now flowing',I: where boats with large motors FEATURING'Wm
beautifully written, resolution in tall. from the little lake into Geneva can no longer pass under the

memory, of Brother ,Lester Eisen* Several months ago Brooklyn Ihrough a ravine that runs along] Lir ridge.I .

NOTICE TO, :D0G OWNERSIN cher. The resolution was pre- Mrs. Frost and her com- Mr.and Mrs. Frank Jones, earned I Family Supper will be held at theWoman's FOOD AND BEER TO GO'
morning. .
pared by Mrs. Sara McDonald
EYST<;>NE' HEIGHTS Mrs. Irene Williams and J.. A- mittee took in over $50. distinction for themselves onApril V/illiam's Recreation Club rather'Hall than on May St. Phone 4176 ,
Three Ilosteses EntertainMrs. 30 in the State Tournament
Williams. S-. E. Kennedy, Mrs. G. E. in Public Speaking held in St. 20. .. Open Sun., thru Fri. 12 Noon -'ll'P.M.
Effective May\ 12, 1960 the provisions of Town Ordinance Members of the Keystone McDonaldwere Petersburg. only Junior College'students As a part of their Fly-up requirements -
Wiggins, and Mrs. Sara ;
Heights Estrellita Club were in- Ginger Bleasdal. SATURDAY: 10 A.M. 11 P.M.
No. 71 requiring the innoculation and licensingof aoduced and welcomed by the co-hostesses at a cardpartyat were permitted to com- :Jackie Godwin and Dianne

dogs, will be placed, in, full force and effect. To Worthy Matron Mrs: Beatrice Mrs. McDonald's home on pete. Milton and Maxine representing Thomas: set the table and cleared Proprietors: William Beam, Darrell Davis
Lake last Thursday af- ; the St. Johns River Everett Fox Charles McGlaveNew
seated'near the ,
avoid penalties dog;: owners are requested to have Schroeder East. They and.were honored with a. ternoon. There were eight tablesof Junior College the smallest school I I [Continued On Next Page] !I _

their dogs innoculated against rabies and to make short floral courtesy, and each ladies playing either bridge. or. in the tournament, did well in- ---- -
application for license to the Town Clerk.M canasta !deed. Milton won second place hi'Oraj&r I
prompt > was.. presented! with a token in the ,
+ ** his debating teamwon0first
'- L. Beasley Mayor un in' of a starwtth'i live- einblematic' Duplicate Results ,. :!
flowers, on it. At the May 5 meeting 01 the place. Maxine'distingui-
0 I I 1 i
Arn- herself by winning third
In celebration of Mother's Duplicate Bridge Club Mrs. shed I
4 old Larsen ,and Miss Iva Hillyer place in after-dinner speaking.
Night, two lovely plants were j
McKINNEY GREEN DEATON presented to Mrs. Daisy Hall and were high-scorers while Mrs.Ceorgt" Rrownie Troop 229
mother, afternoon the
her On Monday
I 1
Mrs. Betty Sargent, for being the
REALTORS oldest mother [Hall] and the Mrs. Alice Ketchum were second. Brownies elected officers to serve;j I Ifr
the remaining three weeks of ;;
youngest mother [Sargent] present high.
HIGHWAY 21 !MELROSE FLA. at the meeting.On Keystoners: and especially! the season: Chairman Christine I

YOUR,LISTINGS, INVITED: SALE OR RENTAL May 17, at 8:30 p. m., the newcomers- are reminded that Law; secretary, Dianne Thomas;
the Keystone Duplicate Bridge and Treasurer, Dottie Harden-.
Chapter will hold Master Masons,
'hone GR 5-2981 or 3.372111MF7lED night. They will honor the members : Club meets at 8 p. m. in the' Masonic bergh.Pour.

of the Melrose Lodge 89 Hall, every Thursday even- committees were formedto c.ts
H. eRA WFOltD, Associate work the family supper:
_______ on
P. and A. M.; and all Master Masons ing.
are invited to attend. Keystone Public Speakers! Entertainment. Shopping. Cooks I II
Milton Starnes son of Mr. andMrs. and Games. Everyone will workon I
Square Dance PostponedThe II
T Square Dance planned by Ray Starnes of Keystone, the Clean-up Committee. I s
C J "PETE" CONNOR of 'reminded that the
the Estrellita Club for May 21 has and Maxine Jones daughter Parents are

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been postponed until further no- I,

Real Estate and Appraisal Service tice. McKAY AT KEYSTONE, I,
Sock Hop Fun i ii '
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights Locai Teen-agers enjoyed their LAKE GENEVA-Lakefront home In a.. beautiful setting iI i I I TT.// ) ?TL

sock-hop on Friday evening, May BR. LR. DR Fla. Room. 2 baths built-in Electric kitchen iI

PHONE 4297 6, even though they didn't get concrete driveway
central heat, double carport storage room
-J rich hi the process. Bobby Dee, 19500. Financing arranged. I t
emcee from Station WAPE in
Jacksonville kept things moving. PARADISE LAKE Good beach, lots of trees Title insurance
Dee Dee Hardenbergh' won the [
On Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved $1500. Terms. t
i-rize I a little wooden ape] for (

Residential. Farm and Business Property.. I the loudest socks and Wilson 2 BK. CB. Large LR,.It. Dining space, carport, storage room. _

WE HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND Tyre and Johnny Allen each wona Large corner lot, pretty' view access to lake.'f 10, OO. Terms z
record for second and third

INVITE'. YOUR... LISTINGS.Whit's prizes'First Communion respectively:Class,: S. E. M KAY, REALTOR

At St. William' _"
Keystone Heights, 3071-2391-4151 .
Four their
youngsters'made : c
= ;
Melrose GRanite 5-2968 ::_ :2 r'.
first Holy Communion St.
quickest way to get lian\'s Church in ...Keystone ,

t. that monthly bill-paying chow Heights on Sundayi Mother's Day. I

done?* This was the firs% class to receive Model RB1 5.A

First Communion at St William's. L
Member of the class were. Chris- 3-WAY PROTECTION
What's the easiest to have tine Oaboardi of Melrose; Donald I '
Champion of Starke; David 39" electric range lets you cook a complete
E .. a complete, accurate record oltxjjenditures Meng, of Hampton; and David AT NO EXTRA COST I

?** fi Davies, of Keystone'Heights. The 'feast for a holiday houseful, recipe perfect (

... .. ..-i .- Cnurch was especially beautiful With our regular Dry Cleaning I j
for the ceremony, and*.the, chil- I 0 Touch a button and end cooking Super Oven cooks banquet-size meals
What the surest to have dren well-trained.: Following
for way bill Mass some of the ladiesof the 1. MOTH PROOFING I guesswork forever with Calrod RecNo.Drip cook top stops spills|| from ?,?.

receipt every you Altar Society prepa.'red.nd:( served Each has 5 measured
i Heat units. sides
ea1.1'"* breakfast in the.. Recreation Hall I I ipe Wing down range
i .f" for the Communicants: and their 2. MILDEW PROOFING I heats to choose from,one just right for ? ? surfaceyou're
Cleaning- *
Easy *
.. families. Breakfast .rollswere II whatever t cooking. f
*PAT Alt BILLS BT CHECK- maiL made: ty Mrs. Harold Sutton. Mrs. 3. BUILT-IN DEODORANTWhy I units, bake and broil units remove

Joe Pawukowskl. and, Mrs- Mary I .' .
.11' "PAY.AU., BILLS BY CHECI- tote! Smulski. i Handy pushbutton controls Handy appliance outlet .', .

transaction oa checkbook stub. New Citizens c settle for less when KEYSTONE"CLEANERSgives ., .(J ,

-",,." i., Mr. ,and Mrs.. Thomas Prevost 3-Way Protection for valuable clothingAT I ;.,"'fo169 C;-<'.w,:...!o.,;., -.
you """!: "' '' r
***t PAT! All 'BILLS BY CHECK-auto- of Keystone He1hb.m the I + "f" ",.
.n ticil1 -reultDed cancelledchecks proud parents qf theij first child. NO EXTRA COST! Yes, you get all three at regular .. .9 5 .r, r : .."

thtmttlva receipt, a daughter born Friday morning) cleaning prices-moth-proofing, ,tnildew-proofing, '..,. :< ,',.<'kiI." ..:'. :',....
May 6. In Bradford County HospitaL > :
and built-in deodorant to prevent perspiration odor. :
.i -
.. She has been named Shan ;;. ; i f' With Trade .
"d .f' '
WHY NOT OPEN YOUI 5...v ;;!> ] 'j"-t1- :L'< ,

Q.r CHECKING ACCOUNT Ann.Another Keystone couple Mr. SAVE UP TO 20% .SL f,f' ,?}/Y:'" "1 .

and ,Mrs. Anthony Baker; also .

SOON WITH US?, have ne. bolD a new Friday daughter morning, Toni. *May'Dian 6'1 With CASH and CARRY .."We Service Everything We Sell ;:", .!

m Bradford Count Hospital. ." -

THE STATE BANK Thank You Keystonen
KEYSTONE In behalf of all the ladies of .
the Clay County Memorial, Hospital 1 .RED-FEARNS.

Member F..DJ.c.A Auxiliary Mrs. Alma Frost.' ,

Friendly Bank hi 't Friendly Community Tag-Day Chairman wishes to I Phone 3121 ,Keystone Heights I PHONE 4252, Keystone-Heights:

Keystone Heights, Fla.M thank all the generous! donors --" ...
who purchased tap on Saturday .
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-- THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1960
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( AAWJ11UWWVLuAAu St. William's Catholic ChurchSt. Starnes; Second Vice President,'irks| parents who live at White the future. He also gave a list NOTICE OF 1\TE>TIOV TO -
KEYSTONE William's Catholic Cluo Mrs. John C. Bird; Secretary, Feather Court.,He arrived Saturday .01 the faculty members. who REGISTER Notice Is hereby FICTITIOUS given that XAMK the AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
Mrs. Leon Wagner; and Treasurer morning from Charlotte, N. I. undersigned, under the provisions *
held its regular monthly covered- 'would return next year. They are, 4-2600
Airs. Charles Wallenius.. C. to surprise his parents forMother's 'I. nf Chapter 20 953 Laws of Florida WO
HIGHLIGHTS disn supper on Monday evening, Oscar Baldwin, Congressman J. Acts of 1H1 will register with the
followed by a business meeting. New members Mho have joined Day. Richard is employed Clerk of the Circuit Court, Jn and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
at Douglas Aircraft in N Gator Beck Mrs. Katherine for Bradford County, Florida open
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Summer projects were discussed.On the Church Women during the receipt of proof .of publication
Charlotte. Since he lived in Key- II Mullin. Mrs. Mildred Worley DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral'DirectorStarke
ff this, notice the fictitious name
Saturday morning. May 14, past yearareMrs.. John C. Bird.
(Continued from Preceding Page) I stone as a boy, he is enjoying ,Mrs. Lollie Crenshaw, Mrs. Marian cf SoutheasternTank Service! 4%&
the Altar Society will hold a Bake Mrs. Charles H. Hinck. Mrs. seeing his old friends_ around I X Walnut St. Starke, Florida, udder Fla.
it later at the St. William'sCatholic Sale near the Post Office. All I I Jannetides Mrs. Jeanette Mc- which- we are engaged. in busi- Crutches
Dorothy Sherman Mrs. William neEs. Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs,
Club regular monthly members of the Society'and ofthe I I Wolz Mrs. A. E. Leath. Mrs. J.,town.Mr.. and Mrs. Nick Chab, of I Grath Major Ray Renfro Mrs.! H. G Bollinger, 46 North Walnut -
church are urged to donate I Starke, Fla. 99 cent interest -
W. Jackson, Mrs. Rheua Stake- per
supper on Monday evening. to this worthy Creishton. Mrs Joe Werner,.Roseville, Mich., are currently at I'Jerry : and 4, E. Hildebran 416 X.
CHURCH NEWS Sunday evening cause., May 15. the !: Airs. Robert Hendry, Mrs. Herbert the White Feather Court waiting lye Mrs. Frances Stephenson, Mrs.: Walnut nterest. St. Starke. Fla. 1 per cent .

'First Baptist Church Altar Societies of both St. Edward's :;Sargeant. Mrs. George LaRue, for their new home at .Keystone I Ayleen Smith Mrs. Teske and Dated this 26th_day of April 1960|
i L1rs. Kenneth Cooper, Mrs. Club Estates to be completed. lit Starke Bradford, County, Florida AQUA POOLS
The Nell Pearce Circle met on in Starke and St. Wil I I Thomas Elmore Jr., and Mrs- I Mrs. Turnbull. I .a _
liam's in Keystone will hold a Thomas' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hamiltonof I Room count was won by the, 4t6 4t 5191;
Wednesday, May 4, at the home: [ Gregory. A candle-light
joint Installation Dinner at the I Miami are spending this week i
installation ceremony for the new 9th and 2nd grades. All New All Shapes
of Mrs E- J. Fallin in Lake Garden Restaurant in Starke, at the White Feather Court.. -
I : members was led by Mrs. Holt. the the !
Geneva. Mrs. Fred Ellis, Circle after which there will be Bene- I After Dr. and Mrs. Burton McLean Following meeting In The Circuit Court !. And Per and Sizes
Chairman opened the meeting oiction of the Most ,Blessed Sac- the meeting, a social hour White entertaining on Friday members of the Home,,Economics I iliadford County, Florida
are I 'I
I was enjoyed with Mrs. S E. Kennedy H1MOX; MILLER. Plaintiff
with: prayer and presided at the rament at St. Edward's. evening in honor of Dr. White's class presented a fashion show., L
business meeting. Mrs. Fallen Choir practice is held at 7:30 I,hostesses., and Mrs David Nelson as parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burton I I Misses Gloria Morris and Susan! FLORENCE K. MILLER Dt-tendant.j(

gave the devotional, and reportea every Wednesday evening. The Wiute; of Brockport, N. Y.. who i'7S. ss narrated the show, whicn OTICR TO APPKW
Circle meetings will be held
on the work being done in the is on was sponsored by Mrs. Frances TO. FLORENCE MILLER
Rroup currently working on have been visiting Keystonetor
25S Olney St.
I I Monday, May 16, as follows:
Church Nursery. Mrs. Leamon Cnristmas Music for eight months the past few weeks. ,. Stephenson; Home Economics I'ro\idenee, Rhode Island.
1 The day-circles will meet at 12 t
Ward presented the program I i hence_ as well_ as_ music, for each. Gifford, of Jacksonville teacher You are hereby notified that a
--- -- ----- Mrs. Guy
-- -- {o'clock
at the Educational Build- filed
Duplicate Bridge Full for divorce has been against -
taken from the Royal Service
Sunday. i ling for a _covered dish luncheon.j has been visiting at the you in the above named
Mrs. A. G. Loudon gave the closing Community Church Bakers Winners of the Melrose Dupli Court and eau and you are reqUired -
:j*The president of the Community home of the Anthony ,OW AS
prayer, following which the The Annual cate Club last week were Mrs. to serve a copy of your answer -
of the
Meeting Baker children ,
(Church Women, Mrs. W. J. Gro- caring for the or pleading to the complaint ,
hostess served refreshments. A I Community Church Women was lick will ,Announce names of the while Mrs. Baker was in the hos- Alice Ketchum and Mrs. Helen on the Plaintiffs Attorney, John J. ... $2,000
guest at the meeting was Mrs.! held ia the Educational Buildingon Mrs. Gif- Phelps, 1st.; Mrs. Ray Starnes Crews, Jr., of :Macclenny, Florida, -
I new circle leaders and Committee pital with a new baby and file the original in the officeof :
12 27 Size
lalun'a visiting mother-in-law. nfay 2, at 730P.: m. |Chairmen. Assignments of mem- ford is Mrs. Baker's mother.We and her- sister Mrs. George P. the Clerk of the Circuit Court I PHONE TODAY: x
The Faye Taylor Circle met Mrs. Albert Holt led the Truitt of Kansas City, Mo., 2nd; or before :28th! day of Jlay A.D.
groupin Carl Benson
i I bers to circles will be made at this are sorry Mrs. Ion' otherwise the allegation of : Keystone Heights 4305 No Money Down I.
Thursday afternoon, May 5, at an inspiring devotional, using time. has been ill. Hope she will be Mrs. Edith Larsen and :Miss iva sail' Complaint will be taken as .

the home of Mrs. Stela Stanley words from the 5th Chapter of The Nightengale Circle will I feeling chipper soon. Hillyer, 3rd. The Bolivia winnerwas confessed This notice by you.shall be published (Collect Calls Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs. To Pay

with Mrs. Ted Oglesby in charge Galatians as a theme. meet at 6:30: p. m. at the homeof Glad to see C. L. Sipe and"Coon" Mrs. H. E. Cooper. once each week for four consecu-' ,
01 the program. Mrs. William i tive weeks in the Bradford County t
Annual reports of an Circle Wilson down town after
Tillis for
Miss Gladys covered
a 1
Waite led an interesting discussion I Leaders: and Officers were read. I dish supper they had been hospitalized. TRiNITY EPISCOPAL i Telegraph.Dated this 12th day Of April'I TRIES CONSTRUCTION CO.

on Christian Life iu the I The following officers were chosen The Rebecca Circle will meet at William Reynolds is a patientat CHtrtCH, MELROSE A.t. I960.fOFFlCIXL. I ,

Home. Mrs. c. C. Ashley gave the;I for the coming year: President -I 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Nor- Bradford County Hospital,. Sundays 10 a m., Church CHARLES A.SEAL DARRY) ,
Closing Prayer, and the hostess I Mrs. W. J. Grolick; First:man Thompson. undergoing tests. SchooL 11:15: a.m., Morning Prayer Clerk Circuit Court. P.; 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights, Fla. .

served refreshments.- Vice President. Mrs. Raymond I'' Cottage Bible Hour: will be held We sympathize with Rodney and Sermon (First Sunday, By Marian L. Croaby, Deputy 4-21 4t clerk:5-12 I -'

on Wednesday, May 18, at 7:30: Bamfoid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Episco-
at the parsonage. Authur A. Bamford of Lake pal Young Churchmen.
I $t. Anne's Episcopal Geneva. Thursday night or early Holy Days lo a. m., Holy

MONEYWHEN Friday, May 15. the E. Y C. Friday morning someone stole Communion.The .

will meet at the Church at 6:30: his 12-foot aluminum boat, and Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,

I'p. m. to go to a party at St. hs 18 HP Evinrude motor, a 1957 II Vicar.
Mary's Church in Green Cove model and the light green trailer I

Springs from 7:30: till 11 p. m. that goes with the outfit. The ris I

\ Saturday, May 14, will be a was on the Bamford's beach, justa BRIGHTEN UP!

I Workaay for men and teenagers few feet from the living room Painting and DecoratingAt

YOU at the church from 8 a. m. till windows, and they were lockedup LOWEST PRICES
..1 of
i noon. Some thief had a
On Sunday, May 15, Armed nerve.. This should be a warningto CallDAWKINS
HEED I, Forces Day, the men will come other boat owners. Rodney'sboat The Painter 1 1o 1r

to church in uniform and appro- had a noticeable dent on the 414 E. South St.

riate prayers will be said. Alsoon I right hand front side of the deck, !

IT Sunday, May 15, the E. Y. C.will .! so it may be easy to identify.In 1 1I
meet at the Church at 2:30'p. '' watching the recent weddingof Asphalt Driveways

m. for transportation to the Princess Margaret, we were I.I
meeting to be held at the homef again impressed with the remarkable .

Dee Dee Hardenbrgh. Duringthe resemblance that Key-

LOANS TO $600. summer, meetings will be held stone's Janet Akridge has to the I STARKE ASPHALT' _%_ .

at the homes of the members princess.We .
rather than at the Parish house. see, Mrs. Joe Daurer has a PAVING COMPANY

For Any Worthwhile Purpose On Wednesday, May 18, there new haircut. Most becoming. In 213 S. Cherry St. R

will be a covered dish supper. Rev. shedding her pony tail, she shed

I Breyfogle will give a talk on the about 8 or 10 years.COMMUN1T2 Phone WO 9-2011 t t I
TAXES Episcopal Basis for Reunion with --- ,, .
UNPAID BILLS Other Churches.On CHURCH "'- -- .
Evening ;
; ..
-' 4t
505 meets from 7:30 to 8:30: p. m. Phone WO 41563CHIROPRACTIC" :- '4 -i 5 .
PAYMENTS Dr. Albert C. Holt, Minister .
All boys wishing to become Cubs '
CASH PURCHASESETC Hetherington ''II' :
Mrs. J.
and who will be eight_years of
age by September. are invited to Organist and Choir Director ,. '"SV 4'i 7-- Ye
attend Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Morning 9'ij
t e
Friday May 20, starts Laymen's Worship 11:00 a.m. .,' a
InIndustry P9, _
.d, aw
Prompt Service 'With Weekend at Camp Weed. The : -

speaker will be the Rev. Lee Ste- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ." }2 A ji
J if''v'
uns.Personal GlimPSeSMrs. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. The Honor.lblendrpw J. Sor- -. :, it. c" ..

Money Problems 'George P. Truitt and Mrs.B. R. Smith, pastor-, Ralph. I doni former Senator of Pennsylvania :< _:..-;'::,'., \.,'V"""' ,.-n. -

D. Craddock from Kansas City, ,Copeland, Minister of Music and and president of 14 major ,t -- 'tiS':"::-. ., n.
Mo., have been touring Florida, I church organist. ('orporation'it'mplo'ing 5,000 persons ,i'W'>" 9I. ,..,,
during which time they visited Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. reports: After employing a r > -.t..
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stames In. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. full time staff of Chiropractic y
a few days. Mrs. Truitt is Mrs.Starnes' framing Union, 7 p. m. Evening sioiaas to rare for nfs employees, t ,, '-'

sister. I services B p. m. the cost of care has been paid tAt

Mrs. Belcher and Mrs. Me Quis-' "Make church worship a family for many times by increased employee -

TOWN ton of St. Petersburg were weekend affair." efficiency both mental and b .
FINANCE CO. guests at the White Feather, physical.!> lie further asserts thatserious y

coming to Keystone to visit old ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL illness has been overcome set.r .

friends and neighbors who had CHURjCH, KEYSTONE and lost time from injuries has
144 W. CALL ST. 1i1 ed near them both in Mead- Sundays' 9:30 a nu, Church been lessened in duration. '<>0

ville., Pa., and in Keystone Heights SchooL 9:30 a.m., Morning Prayer Chiropractic_ rare also shows a
Ph WO 4-9091 Starke Fla.
many years ago. and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy sating to the Insurance Company y

::0 Richard E. Clapp Jr., is visiting Communion), 6 p.m., Episcopal and the employee.

Young, cnurcnmen. When accidents strike phone_ n v .
Holy Days 7:30 a.m., '1 Holy jour Chiropractor at once. }'or'furtbt'r 't:

Communion. information phone or write Qualified; by Far--For_ Governor <

r11 Third Wednesday Parish the j v __ u _
No could be
pavement stronger
Another"' great new Covered Dish Supper, 6 or. 6:30 (I'd. PoL Adv.)
(Inlerttole highway ., Bollinger Chiropractic j

even if carved from solid rock! of new-rype t>ootrett pjn.The Vicar. Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, Offices I

F;. University Ate. in Gainesvilleand
r Jt N. Walnut St. in Starke. i this$1.39
St. William's Catholic Chapel

Keystone Heights I r w SJ "Dutch Boy"hand puppet!
S a.y Mass at 8:30: a. m. I r

Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.
Tuesday Mass ,t 8:00: a.' m. CAP
Confessions before all Masses :

Baptisms, marriacea and instructions v, BOVNALPLEX


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.AAAa&AAAAAAAAA1Continued -&- I :) )..5 :1 1 iron down tdday.. Biiy Halplex and ask for

( from Preceding Page) 1 r your"Dutch Boy" hand pup'pet-yours free!

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a son, Grant Roy.. Paternal : Supply I is limited.
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. k' us .
Grant ROthham ner. Sr.
Melrose PTA Holds WE RE-CAP

Installation New officers Service of the Melrose. TRUCK TIRESFrom .,
} "Dutch Boy"does
PTA were installed at the final 7.50 x 20 Thru x

monthly meeting Monday. 10.00 x 20 it I best
Mrs. Clarence Holden read the --..- # :

I Never a bump to mar your driving fun because !installation service and the new STOP TAKING > 6 with Nalplexthe

officers.promised CHANCES
to work for the .
I- best interest of the PTA and all WITH WORN I f 1' -' one-coat
newtypeconcrete has no "moving parts"! it star.ds. for. New officers includeresident TREADSLet '- : -. -

Mrs. Dottie Scully: T wall paint

Concrete is BO/I-/ZKCJ We-materials inside weatherproofing acid extra durability. second vice-president principal I Us Re-Cap Your 7 I.

the pavement can't move. This is vital Enjoy yoor' ride-and tax savings tool Ester Clarence, Holden; secretary Mrs. Tires For Economy And 0 KALPLEX COVERS BESTi covers In one coatS '

for movement creates friction. friction ModemfiIstcostDe9typeXQCrete King: treasurer Murray Safety! NALPLEX SPREADS BUT,brush and relief marks dd toppeaf.
S'pprell. Rev. M. H. IBilll Brey-
brings wear that makes pavements will last anerpected$)years and mo &- fogle vice-president, was unable Dealer For NALPLEX DRIES t3gSTi fast...r'dbcut painty"** 4 '

break down, get uneven and bumpy. with upkeep savings as much as 60%. to attend and Mrs. Ayleen Smith NALPLEX WASHES BET scnAJUJHi3flew..brusfc> cfe!

New-type>crete has the solid There are already thoosands of miles instituted for him in the instal-r NEW DUNLOP up in soapy water.

strength to flay flat and smooth riding. of concrete on today's new Interstate lation service. TIRES 1

Specially designed subbases and built-in System-and more coming soon. It was suggested that the num

ber of meetings be reduced next ,
year, bat the majority of the 'STARKERECAP f Get your gallon of Ha/plex and freo fund puppet at

PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 'V F019t16 J1J .mt&1iIIIO Nraa- members preferred to hold meetings _

each month with the exception :
) u Fail CdMid MM Oifcmio,Florida ruw'atiIISo.tG'JIS. a of. the month of December. CO. STARKE HARDWARE COMPANY

tira0agtoiapronea.destrtddrt TYPE UJJ Melrose School Principal Clarence 1
-rt CDJICr It Temple Ave..
Holden explained the"pro .
gress made at Melrose this sffrv I I Phone-- WO 4-0221 108 CALL ST. STARKE FLORIDA

y Par and briefly outlined plansfor -


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... Ilarley program leader, presented 2 lly Torode and son of Gaines- & & && &.&& &&&.&&&A&& r QUANTITY
the tc ic, Jesus-the Light of the I
1 World. The next meeting will be viile.Ray RIGHTS ,r .
at the home of Mrs. Ellis. Starting went last Friday with
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Waters Mrs. Rosier to Tallahassee where
By Enza Blanchard Verble HarrellJAAAAAAAAAAAA.1AAAAAA.AA
spent the weekend with Mr. and she will be a patient in W. T. 1 1g v.
auuw aua..a.aaul..a .Mrs. Albert Sappenfield in De- Edwards Hospital We hope she A

The operetta. Mississippi Melody land. *rill make a quick recovery and 'The Junior: Sunday school
git en by the 6th Grade of I I Sympathy is extended to the soon be home again. Elms held an all day picnic and
Lawtey Junior High School last,inmily of A. D. Griffis in their Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson and swim at Hampton Lake Saturday.
Friday night was a great success. bereavement. Miss Linda Fresca attended the I Mrs. George Sikes and Mrs.
__ The music was good and the antics Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. A. H. ciperetta last Friday night and i(Milton Sikes, daughters of .Rev.
of Tom Sawyer and Huckle- Harley attended homecoming at "}ent the weekend with Mr. and |und Mrs: B. W. Sweat of Jacksonville q w IE
berry Finn and the rest of the their old home church in Middle- All's. R.. E. Lee.
were Sunday visitors at
cast were quite amusing. It was burg last Sunday. Miss Jackie Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd and ciiurch.
well attended and enjoyed by all. Bales accompanied them. cHildren of Macon Ga. were .
We are glad to have Bro. Robe j34' L
On Wednesday of last week the Mr. and Mrs. Nelson B. Blocker weekend guests of Mrs O. J. t Cameron of Jacksonville back .
lUst and second grades of Lawtey and sons of Lake City attended Prallips. with us after being in a Jacksonville -
Junior High spent the day at services at Lawtey Methodist Honor Roll hospital for sometime. 7ME t : ::
Jacksonville zoo and on Thursday Church last Sunday and were Lawtey Junior High Honor I I Mrs Emma Boree of Jackson- :
Lie 5th grade went on the same :sinner guests of Mrs. A. H Har- Roll: I I I'-'iie has been visiting her sisters
outing. The children, as well as ley.Mrs 1st Grade: Joy Sapp, Marie',''Mrs. Jannie Green and Mrs. Liz'sie S. WAI.NbT c.1S.
their teachers and assistants enJoyed O. J. Anders and Mrs. Smith, Pamela Tye, Michael Lee,' Lee, STA 1 the holiday. Hester Hicks attended homecoming Ronald Lee Martin, t" .-
Sapp Mary !; An all day dinner was held at C I- 'Tucr Sugar Curedpound &r'f.;
Wednesday night of last week, at the Long Branch Baptist Ljnn Boch. i''iht home of Mrs.-Lizzie Lee, ; : l '-'
after choir practice, Mr. and Mrs. Church last Sunday.Mr. 2nd Grade: Regina Bladieux.i IMcther's i day 20 attended.
O. W. Roberts gave a party for I and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and Chipper Hague. Marcia Hardee,i I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gainey
the members and their leader. David of St. Augustine spent Lamar Johnson, Mike Norman,.,and son of Jacksonville visited 7j/J\t
Mrs. Lee, and the pianist, Mrs. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Greg Reynolds, Billy Wise. I i I Mr. Gainey's parents, Mr. andI \
Wells. The affair was in appreci- Dinkins. 'i I I Mrs. Ralph Gainey over the I
ation of the good music they have Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,weekend. i
been providing for the church.,,'W. F. Moore were Mrs. C. Y. 4th Grade: Sharon Tatum. I .Billie Lane of Jacksonville was
Refreshments of ice cream and Mayo of Tampa, Mrs. Will Ed- 5th Grade: Dianne Lang, Rodney a visitor at church Sunday.
cake were served. 1 I wards of Jacksonville, Mr. and Barber, W. E. Gault Jr. I Revival Services at Boatdrain I
The WSCS met Tuesday night Mrs. S. D. Andrews and children 6th Grade: Renee Moore, Karen ,Baptist Church will begin May
at the church, when Mrs. A. H.I'lot Wildwood, and Mr. and Mrs. : Lee, Judy Bennett. Johnny 23. Rev. R. T. Williams of Jacksonville -

Tye.7th will be guest speaker. r
Grade: Carol Jean Mosley, Boatdrain Church
Elaine Redding.8th .
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -
Lorraine Priest. Gwynn Tanner. Worship 11 a. m- Training >1
9th Grade: Jackie Bales, Letha Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship
BUTLER, FLA. Belle Prevatt, Joan Refuse, Mel- 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdays w .l
veane Wambolt, Dearl Bradley, 7:30: p. m. Rev. B. W. Sweat, .,
chard Durban, Ronald Kim- Everyone.welcome.. Ibr r, a .,
Available for Church Parties, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, I biell, Charles Moore. pastor. r
IBirthday I I would like to take this opportunity WATCH JAX I
Parties, etc. at Special Price of I' would like to take this opK.rtunity -i to thank the people of PAPER FOR
!| to thank the people of j, Griffis Loop for the wonderful I MORE RED
Lawtey for the wonderful Blue Ribbon Top Quz.] : .
EACH FOR PARTIES sup-I support given me In the First Primary -I .1 z :
SOc port.given. me in the First Pri-! solicit your I .
I and I earnestly
i I mary and I earnestly solicit your'j'vote and support for County i Heavy Western ,Ltf:;::-:> \'.
i tote and support'for County 1 Commissioner in the May 24
Available Any Time Except Sunday Night and | Commissioner in the May 24 ,' $
j !i election.<
-. -- Wednesday Night. I election.-SEEBER D. GOODMAN -SEEBER[ D.. PoL GOODMAN.Pd. Ad.] ...,I CM. U.CdJk"2 r t.rt.,..L,.!. .jl. m. 4 fE1 "E. ::4I ,.'...-'.1'I -t r ,y, I1EQ

Give A Young Man A Chance I I +




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Chase & SanLorn or Food Fair




I want to thank each and everyone for fi1ri r >.\ I emit 1 '
their vote and support they gave me on May 3. f. z -' :i: 3' 1 1"rihS5.00r
It is deeply appreciated and I ask each and every- M"'
one and all the others for their vote and supporton
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May 24. C
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p R S4l ,;.. I.
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+: ate t
To give an experienced, capable, qualified, Armour's Vegetole Shortening or
young man a chance to serve as your Sheriff. I ,
still keep my stand on the platform I presented to :; 7
you the people of Bradford County during the first _

primary. fr : { 'VrII1LB

That is to organize and work with young
people in this County in a Jr. Deputy Club. That
1 I will.operate the Sheriffs Office economically and 4 Y< .,!''JD' CHOICE _'

on the revenue produced. I can do this by beinga For" J': V.i I -'! s.(

cutting out unnecessary expense, and to cooperate
with all other law enforcement officers. ..

May I state at this time the rumors that are. i SHERIFFFarmer Giant

being told about me and my campaign are false.
May\ I also state that NO ONE has been promiseda PackageLIMITl
job if Tm elected your Sheriff. May I also makeit

clear to the public that I myself have not thoughtof 9 Family Man 9 ExperiencedLaw r -_
anyone for these positions. Mr. Billy Dodd or Mr. WITH $5 00
j 'Dick Thomas will not be deputies of mine, but I Enforcement Officer FOOD ORDER
want their vote and their friendship. Also the state-
ment I made at first, I will have no relatives of mine FORMERLY WITH FLA. HIGHWAY PATROL

working with me-and I will not be dictated to in SPAG. .& MEAT BALLS 3 z o zLIBBY'S $IOO
this office by anyone but myself. I am a candidate cANS.
wanting to be tied to each citizen of, the Countyas STATE OF FLORIDA
their Sheriff for you the people are the Boss. Office Of Delicious LIBBY'S 'OI.A'O JUICE 4bO4is1oo


_. Again I ask you to give a young man a chance Tallahassee LIBBY'S PEACHES. 5
to serve you as your Sheriff on May 24th. Halves-
March 2, 1960 1 Slices.FROST.

This is to certify that Jennings. Starlingwas REC qgc f lt
employed by the Florida Highway Patrol as f renCti1 Fries 10 PKCS6QZ ,
patrolman September 17 1953 and resigned of LADY FAIR LEMON OR COCONUTFF
his own accord December 16, 1955. DELUXE FROZEN -
Mr. Starling's services while with the patrol! I M EIII N G U E

were very satisfactory. He performed his dutiesin LEMONADE 10 99 C ,
; a curteous and diligent manner, and was a 'I CANS REG
gentleman at all times. ;1 49 CLI'MEADE
H. N. KIRKMAN, i 8

Director. 10 60Z 99 SIZE,
J I .

The Vote and Support you give Jennings Starling for your Sheriff on ;. GOLDEN CORN 6 EARS 29C

o May+ 24th will be a vote to help build the future of your children. Your i -

support will fee merited and deeply appreciated. I FRESH TENDER COUNTCELLO .

(Pd. PoL Adv.) J I LEM 0 N.S 10 Z3e

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fVfffTVTTTTyTfTTTTTTTfVTTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTT loUt 10 of Blk 2 in Lot 7 of Blk 13 Law L ts S. &: 7 of Blk .13 ,
Sunny Acres S D t Fannie 'Crummel Li4Lota7,8,9&IOof tey E of Ur Wilbur Jenkins 5.61 in Orlg- Town of ->?1 .'. !

;NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED V\N ".' Lot t.SID of Lot, 13 Starke ... '\AI; .} Mrs. ;.w;; T-iStar.-- :u
Plk 3 in Sunny :. .'r.t. I u Townof Lawtey t ? V Siatr *. .' U1.1C
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Acres S/D ( I.. Ii Alfred .Barnes. (..51M14 K Of Ry W.0 J. Barber? 8.34 1.tot 20' N & Sby 46 r .. ; -
: ,
of Blk 6S of R3 : !l'E! W in SE life ? =*' ". .
W Temp S/D 21 I \ :3 3 ; Alf &: MarlzU Lot, 2.:il[: Elk. 16: In lor of Lot 3 of Elk: .. ... .4> jj. .. .. I
Ozora Shell t$ U Barnes 3.05 Lawtejr E of P.y ; Harry. : Kittles UIOae' U in Orlg town of .: ;' t V; 'z.t<'l- .
Lot ,190 ft' E ft .1: Starke : 1': Junes- I Uintlworth'r .
-.'. _. _. _. _. _. _. _. _. _. . . . . _. _. _, . Beg at SW Cor of NE h\ .- W'by254FtN&8' : : ; I4.4J
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of SW N .
4 run In Stt' Cor of'Lot t' :." t' .. 1 tot 20' N1 &" S. b.. ." '.." .

Commencement Correction i will also attend.-Pauline Marshall ,ft,05, S ft.179 SELY ft. W 423.3 347 .0 I 17 Ex S 137 ft In ..:>,,;* 'j"" ,", & iiO'E&.WInNE .. : .... .: '.1 ;t-1-'.. ., '. ''. ,J
: Lawtey- of Ry Joseqh Onmbsr i- 7.11 Ccr of Lot 5 of Blk t. :
-t. t
POP Ex 1 Lot .
The RJE Commencement exer- reporter. ft to ,. I '
ri in Otis: Town of .V. :
Com at 'SW Cor'of "
In NW Cor 75 ft N ; :
KSSS will be held Wednesday CHURCH NEWS \ty 100/ ft E & W 21 I 22 1 : Leatha Shingles Pat- Lot 17& Run E 100 Starke \j" .Vv *...' J!'. C. HalUnfrsitsrth* h.1tC.m'

May 25. at 8 p. m. The date published Regular communion was held '. f terson/ 8,64 ft.X"lnft.'E73ft.for a- POB. .Run. ': ., .- ... ;.-..- ; 21D ft E'of 'XE Est i, 0 I.

last week was an error. ,at New Bethel Baptist and an inspiring 1 Lot In SW Cor of 'f : S137ftWTfttd '.... Cor of Broadway 4& .". ,,",," .i. .

Please make a note of this :s; Mothers Day message delivered BiS of SID imv being In +f"., POP in -.Toirn of ;: '.: ,:;" :r 1. 13oyf Sts trun N '; to :,.. .B: ';', : -" '1. '
Temples ics ft -K oiy. Ft s ,: ): .
1 l
j : Lawtejr.E of Ry EvS'S' < :11-
change: on your calendar. Don'tforget by the pastor Rev. A. BVnson. approx 100' E&W.; : 105 Ft W 52fe ft to 6 bi. '

the annual sermon on i During the afternoon by 132' N&S %1 1 I' :%" !, :3 James. tAT'GrIflta t-\ i.i'. I Lot 100" ftE. & W Louisa" Brown'13.06: '. POP' 28 I 2*'+:., .. .ClyJe'SC t- i- f, ,Colebn' JT.I7

Sunday, May 22, 3 p. m. Rev 'i there vas another great messag'JIby Elk 1 S of R 1 WKx -l,6" i II J 137 ft N & SIn .' .. ; -. .; ".. L-H 3 of 'JUk:: 2 in. L T If '
Lot In NE Cor *' : ;. i _,;a \,,., .t. SW Cor' of Lot ." '. : A Cos S/D -J .Louvenii, Robinson S.73
Dallas Graham pastor of Mt.Anarat Rev, Newbold. We were glad 110 Ft E& WX tW't, .:-- ..;" : 17 '. in Town Of- ; ,i -.,- ; Lots 1 &'' 2 of Blk 7 ..iu'y .'; 1 4t.. '. .. '

Baptist Church of Jacksonville I to have our pastor back after 156ftN&S&E3!;) ,3& i t _. -.. : Lawtey E.of; Ry Daniel.,,Strong 16.02 inLT&CoaS/D:; ;. "i t
"... r 'F. :. tSC: RW| lack.Lwi" _>. ': 13.34E
of Blk 1 & 2 S of :; .. l : Coil! At .
will deliver the messageto I several weeks of illness. Choir rehearsal SE. Cor of ;8 Ft of Lot 3 of to' .

the 27 graduates and their ,, is scheduled for Wednesday afR1WEx2 n 2W&81k28',= A'' \ v'. :. -.1...-. :. Elk Ft 18 &. run W" 80 4 "'- : <; Bik 15 In LT &: Cos 1't.q!' V M4">/ '\') *i t'
for a POB run
guests.! Parents are invited to I May 18, at 7:30: p. m. At 11 iu SB Car In Temples :.' ""'f N 2.74 ft. W 80 ff s.< : .ir.i- SD! ,;:-_ : Enoch: Tyson f .is.tt.
sD: also Ex ii'0 p:=f ., 174 ft E SOft to .PO ; .. N 30 Ft of Lot 4 of i :. ,-"Jo.. ,! :.,.. <<"). -.,
come early so they may have a. m. on Sunday, May 29, pupilsof t Blk 18 in L T & "
told Dew. '
Parcel: .
l" in Town of Law ; -
comfortable seats. A large crowd Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten I-I 63 pg U & Ex : "I..f.. .". t. tey E of Ity" Albert .Williams 8.11Corn CosSD; Alberta Watkins 13.6
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Lot 1 of Elk ; ,
Sold DB 85329 5 5 48 in L :
expected and no seats will be I will have their first annual Par .at t..
graduation SW Cor'of
EI Rancho Motel 3U.U '
21 I 22 II T-, Cos S D John H. Hicks 4Ul
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Blk IS! .V 27) ..
1rr" & run '
reserved. Eddie Thompkins, exercises, with music by of Blk "' ; < Lots 2 of Blk 48 in .j :..
Lat 1 thru 6 Bhti 'InesHagltower : f Ft.:; for a POB. run L T cos SD 691 = :Jw"WiI-
1.eetYe & & ; Saute &:
principal. tile kindergarten choir. The ad- SID = of'"
JOin N Reno W *0 ft.. N 102 Ft. : .
mills 15.8
Ll4 ,. ,
Thurston Elementary (cress will be delivered by Mrs. K 30-ft. S 103 ffto ; .
f1 S .
NU of Lot 2 1"
The annual beach trip will beheld M. J. Lee. 1st grade teacher at Lot North 3 of Reno Blk If SID In I .'"I'.. :j ti Ansie Mae Pre-h.. Lawtey POB .to E Town of Ry of" Robert..Austin. 8.11 3.4,5,6&7ofPlk: &: tots\ '. ''. .. '. : .... : : Y ,J _

21. All buses 7l Jeyt: N -- 3.05 4 In L T & Cos S/D .- '_ Etta 'Brownk Krs.JS
Saturday May I RJE. All parents and friends in- 1 I.'t 27. in Towti of ,. J.V.. Barber 5.61

'liI'Illeave the school at 8:30: a. m. Vlted.Pauline Marshall, rePorter 1,(>' of Elk 20 In N ., j '.\ Sally.I.. WJ1liams U1Lot3 Lawtey E of P.y .. ; W id% -of Lot 1 of Blk '4..i ii -k, 7 rf
tttno ; i' In L T & Cos'
} SiD "
ir,,,: : X 160 Ft of S 225 Ft a: .
the '
Parents invited to take I ;r
are 6. l'of Blk 20 : : ':' Add .a Farmer upply S.41
trip tit Little Talbot Island with I Regular pastoral Sunday will hi N Reno SD: \ LLots "Ilhe Mae Powell 3.55 Tt tf Lot Lawtey 32 In E Town of Ry ; Ollie Bell' Brantley 6.11S L'ns6.1.1&'ofBlk '"t'..,.; ,-: t..i. *' : ; : .
& 2 'of 22 .11 In LT &; Cos rM., .
thE. teacher and pupils. Pack a be held at Allen Chapel A. M. E. in N 1 Reno: SDBik,, I t 'f Mable.A'. .a aD, !.5" 165 Ft of Lot 32 to .. Add \ Deaver P DevrirW. 275.44

lunch plenty of soda water will starting with Sunday School at lot 8 M Blk 1 In Ga. \ ; .q t, Town of Lawtey : ': : .. I Lot 3 of Blk :31: in L .;I \' *; ?
Jusit Lee 6.11
E of Barber
be available. We have two large 10 a. m., Fannie Bell Frazier in hagan SID Ex R/W \ I I Aaron HolleY-' 1,77Ga Ry T & Cos Add ... ttZonia Uorffto. 18.5J
S30'ft to POB. W 200 ; .. Klk 4 In Temples Add "' 0 .: ..., .
3 In
loOt 10 of Elk '. -r'.. .
byres to accomodate all parentsand charge. Morning Worship 11 a. J I 11'illie'" Green, US Ft. S 100 ft. E ToW i '. EzLotsl,23otElk :" '

community helpers. Last PTA m., evening service, 6 p. m. Junior Parcel pagan Duc.SiD In DB'' 'J' lintiix : ;' ';, 1 Bide of KinRsley .... 4 1 .!.;..L: t\ nic."i, % 24.47
U-4H U \ I' -2 t Lane 15- Lake Rd N 100 ft .. i tots 1, 2. 3 of Blk 20 '. *
tor this term will be held on Church and choir practice each : ; ';-.. ft To POB In Town ; In Temples Add .tr '-A.' W.'iUsitra. 13.43::
Monday night at7 m. Mrs 5 Parents urged Parcel Desc In DB nU3 West 485; cf Lawtey E of Ry Willie Tucker :8498! .aPe '
p. Monday m. are Walter \
p. ZZ 6 =3 ,f' : & at. N E Cor of ..., ._. '. _.
asks the 1 Lot in NW Cor of >- t -' SEU of NEU run 5 '-,
Lpuiza Brown president, u> send or bring children.E. Lot 12 of Elk 1 In "
Unkngwn U;15::; 1.ot-4% being 224' W 335 '
ft S 330 ft to :
all members to attend as buiness J. Givens reporter. Nat Williams SID .. .
L't 2 of Blk 2 of '.. ', 31&SonE&257Nt POB then E 130 ft S-" .
S>t, importance must be trans- Laid To Rest Nat Williams SiD' I II.. Irene Rlchardsun 4.89 SonWby100. ': S50ftW 13OftN ., i -
Lois 1 10 of Blk .1 ) E gr W In Lawte ;. 50 ft to POB 29 I 22 'r Lela suckle' UJ4
actcd.-Mrs. S. C. Price, principal. The late Bro. Tobe Little officer &
'. .7.1a< E .of Ry dune M. T, Lee 7.61 < .
; 1 >
3 Nat Williams SID r n, DeLiaKelly.: ; .. Through 66 :.r p.f. *. >*, .I
Hampton( Training: School of Allen Chapel was funer- '. ,. In Parkwood SID
Lot 8 of Elk I fo'Nat J W 1A of Lot 43 hi . ,.,, ,
Principal M. Taylor invites all alized by the pastor Rev. L. A. Williams SID a.t. I '& Ruth Mae, Pensala.ll 2.53 Town of Lawtey Ex Port Lots 7. 1? .
19 Conveyed to City :: : W Dtytloptri .
E. of Harry Kittlei 3.43
Sampson with impressive rites Lot 11 of Blk Z Nat '1 65! Ry '. :''.'1
Land %
Key-atone Music was furnished by the choir, Williams SiD a .. .r. John IL 1 Lot: 100 ft N &:S. by l' leA in SE Cor of SE ,.. : +" ,. ?. !!!
Lot 20 of Elk Z In *00/ ft E & W ,In SE U of NEU & S% .
1.13 .,. : .
annual bus trip to Little Talbot with Mrs. Corean Butler In charge. Nat Williams SI, \ L' Horace Dean Cor.of Lot 52 in cf SWU of SEU & '

; ::-land on Saturday. May 21. Bus Bro. Cuffee spoke on the deceased 1 Lot in NWI of SW t'i Town of' Lawtey E. E% of Set: 31 I 28 110 Ratro i. Corp '77.44'
De6c. in Deed 1 of Ry James L. .wis. Barber 4.87 SEU of NWU..NW .. -t .: q. '
7:30 as .t
will load in Keystone at : a. member Others taking ,.
as a
lsk 10 PI' 301 Ex l Lot 3.in Otts SID of < '4 of NEU of SW 1 ,..; f .
jn: and leave Hampton at 8:15: part were: Mrs. Bernice Morris RIW In Nat Wit- Lawtey' ;, J.. E. Wail Jr. 5.61 U 3% I 23 50 Raff* Corp 41.:'
Lincoln -City at 8:30: to join the solo; Mrs. M. L. Paul obituary hams. SID ZZ I '. U .L f t Jobnl Wl11lams'&iAnnie. : .4.53. Ii3'. undivided Int. In '. Com at NW Cor of ., ,t. "i j. .. ;: .;: 1t i r
and to the S '205 ft .
tuses Thurston School. ; Mrs. Louise Broxton. acknowledgements NEST of NWU run .
cf Lot 6 in OttsSD "
C. C- Anderson. Ill of condolences. COlD at NW Cor of IISWSi | of Lawtey Samuel J. M. Brown 6.61 E 840' S 285r to S ,I.. ..
SW'k 0' : .. Side of Canal 'for :.. # \ et :
of & S.
Jessie J. Moore sponsor of the Burial was in Lawtey under tho runS ZlO ft. E 100 '. ...:. .: i. 1 Lot at esc In Deed 0 v.vi.; ....... FOB; Cont. S 133,% : ........ -- ......,. ,_-f.' (',',.1': .... '
the .',. Bk 52 Page 322:: in 'V 356 to Canal '. f '. 'i; .'ii .J.
plinth grade and commencement direction of Hughes-Chestnut ft for a FOB run,S ..,.1 .: .;; :. Willi Ma 23.93 \o 4 .
Otts S/D "
', ELY r.-
100 along Canal ,
>' ; ,
> committee are planning a morticians. Arrangements were -' 1-.' la. NW Cor %10' .. I 380" to POB 33 I 22 ttrl'el..VfQlIh,. UI

,program of interest to all. The. made by Mrs. E. J. Givens. POP U I 22 I., Llnnle, ,Et. A1 I.i.4i SQ 85; 5 28S 1" ,Wilbur Jenkins 3.37' lA 210 ft SQ in SE ... ? .t.. ;.. 1, '
; ::
exercises will be held on Thursday church clerk. i Com at N'V Cor of : ; 3W-U..of SEU of- SEr Cor of NEST Ex .''; i 1. *::: ", .i. :
SWl of SWtk &; -. ." + E-of NWU RIW| 34 I" .,' \; J.. C. Birto '.11
May 26. in the school cafe- Mt. Moriah Methodist Church, run E 610 ft.. S 110' .. of SEU of. SEU! 85 88 15 Lizzie Williams Coin 399 ft W of NE ,
torium. The program will be released Rev. A. J. Anderson pastor will It for FOB run W '* > .* Est. 33.83 Cor of NEU & run _W*1
next week. The school conduct the funeral of the late 50 ft.. S 100 ft. E. ; Alf of SE% of SEA j R 1092 ft W 399 ft Y. -tW ::
iO ft. N 100 ft to o! NWU E of Ry. 26 S 82 3 Ethel Tucker 3.57 N 1092 Ft E 319.ft ,'i.r:.P, .
thoius recently participated in Alfred G. Barnes at 1 p. m. Sun- POD 22 I ZZ H.. L. Hartley. U7 1AInSECorofSW to beg 34 I ; 23 10-1 La1rrQQa.,F. LaMe.S .

the music festival at Tallahassee day. Arrangements for programare E 3A of S'4 of SE'I I'flf U of SE% 28 5 88r 1 Odessa Douglas 14.52 o 55- SryvF.{'.. il ,1 I tl.*1
SW% of SWI" .3 I ZZ' .1 3 Co' Crum 3.3Z Wife{ of Lot 17AU Com at NW. cor of NW .,' .
and was ranked in Class II for being made by Mrs. Ida Mae I.Qt 5 of Blk 2 in Lots 18, :31 & 22': '. U of NEU of Sec. i" ..t .... ..' ,. .I
Jr. Hi. groups. On Saturday May Williams-Smith. Mr. Barnes wasa Bradford Hgts SID \0 .J Jacqueline. Moore 4.09 :33:::.'- 34. 47. 48. 50' 3{ E "or' POB .- ti -' .
? the at the Stephen of Seaboard Lots 1 &: Z of E'lk 1 i\t: \.: l 6 63 in Woodlawn 31 83 Ii' G. E. Crews 43.14 S ZO>..7i': E 139', '. ? ;J.. Ii.",' :
group sang retired employee In L T & COS SID I l'Lot In. NW Cor": of N 210' To Rd WLTib L .

;:Foster Memorial Festival in R. R. and a pioneer citizen of Ex RIW I h. J Mack Lane ,. 6.14 Lot 21 being: 150' E < Rd 149.3', S 14.5'; ,; ftobtrts'S1 :

-White Springs and received a Bradford. He is a member of the E $1 It of Lot 3 of IBlk gr. W by 290.51N} to POE27.34 0 '- 23 'Carl .. .(I.n
of 15 In L Tit.. AS 32 5 tt 1 Paul Crawford Jr 4.37 Cum 220 ft S from .: .k..: .4. x Y.
great: ovation. The group was Morning Star Lodge No. 26 COS S'D' t U I Enoch, Tyson. tz.U 'Lots! 7. 10. 22. 23i,; 26. ; XW Cor of NEU"ofNWU .* e ; ,. r
-chaperoned by Principal C. C. Masons and has served long and Lots Z of Blk U in L 5 'f ,. 27 Woodlawn 32 S 28 60 G. E. Crews 34.13 : &: run S 210 ."'
Anderson and Mrs. ZP.. Jennings : The Masonic T & COS S/I is G1 SaUie & ,Joe Wiil1 u ft. E 420:: ft. N 210 .:f 1i tI'f.' -11t r J
well for years. E of W '
many hams, G.U % % of Swat ft W 420 ft To .
, music teacher. All reportedan Family and other fraternal orders Lots 6. 7. I. & 9 of ; of SWU 4 .( .83; 10 Jordan ley L. Brant.56.91 Eeg 34 'I 22. 4.f... '. '. 3". Y"V.1Ce" )4'"ut&ytlr UJ

interesting and delightful trip. will participate in the cere- Elk 11 In L T &; '. .. 1% A in SW Cor of .: 1 A in SE Cor of W% ', r... :r'I;, ''''irii-LL' .
Denver R Devrlck 9UO Of NWU of SW 0d--1 ..
Junior Senior Prom further information COS Add J NE4! of SWU of S... '
For *' 9S'i 7. Sa..U
mony. :
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Lots 4. It of Blk 18 J. i' : j '..
-.vii being 236: ft E :
The annual prom has been set contact: the program chairman at in L T & CDS Add .. L. 1 Joseph-W. Prevatt %4.11 of SWU of NE f. t- >_ :"
&, W &256 ft N &S 4 I 23 "' 3 Earl Dgfvald ConNer K : A 'I:3': ".... 20!'.':Qar 4lals- 14.J4
Jcr Friday May 13, at RJE cafe- WO 4-9725 of Ida's Cafe. "lk 4ln Temples Add : -.r'i .'" : 1&.Ut' .,.'Wt.'I' .

tcrium. Invited guests have already Pleasant Grove Methodist E1 Blk Loti 4 1. 2 &; 3 of. \ -t. Eunice. Annie. t.a g: at SE Cor of S .. '" 'i-.. ". Com'or 8 at eC tat with of N ELT.line ..'." '....f .:....r .. ...
W ti of NEU & run 'ST'Rd < ,' .
received invitations. Thisis Church, Rev. A. J. Anderson i N 4r 'of Lot 4 & Alt N 658.4'. N 74 Dog. RiW: of 2"00 .
,. Run W of S 250'Vor :.. s f .
affair I I Lot 5 & SSi of Lot :::1 min E 401.6' to ,,; +t .
expected to be a gala pastor, will conduct a rally on 6 Ex E 25 ft of Blk WLY RW| ST RD POB. SWLYtn ,. .,' .'

featuring "A Night In Hawaii"} Sunday: in the form of a contest I I U In Temples Add '. i \. I' B. E. MeRae 8.64 S 35 Deg Oniln E Rd 600' SELY ,.s cl e ,'
.. 5 ":'0 NELY PAR Rd
Frank Long is the class president; with the youth of the church. Lots 2. S. 4 of Blk ::13 ; -, .. Along>> RD 94.3 to 600'( NWLY 450' To .. < '"I.h; o',.'. r, .

Mrs. M. D. Christian sponsor; The following program will be I I In J 11 Johns Add ,4. "L t Sr Joseph. ,H.' Gumber 3Z.40 fLY U of.BDRY NE%of W SW 5- 1'OC 5 7 83 UI Gaines-t_Brod"A v .& ; t.2YS.94. ,

E: Thompkins, principal. presented: 9:30: Church School leg at NE Cot of 810I's ," S27.6 POP CNWU < 22 11 Leon Gray Jr. 71.98 All W of -

$tarke Visitor Supt. Leo DeSue, Sr. in charge; Si of SE: run : t j',, :.. _'.I e-- of NEB- of NW I. .22 10 t :.Earl D.' ,Conner 8.0) Rd N.WU: 5 ; 7 82'- ; 4- Rafgo 'Corp 135.31
9 -- .
W 3:5:: ft S 330 tt ,.
\ of & All of .
- '' Sarah Mae Odum, daughter worship con- : ; : "
Mrs. II a. m.. morning to POB then E nO SWU of NEU of NW SMs; of NEU W of + :-': A; *r
of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lang ducted by the pastor music choir Io't S 58 ft W 180 : -u 9 0 .22 10 Donald Conner 8.00 Rd. I f 22. 131 !fiUfro torp: 18I.4S
It N 53 ft to FOB SS I', 22 Lela Buckles 1.U All.NU. W -of Ry & .
6f Pine Street is visiting for No. n. 3 p. m. service conductedby '. Coin at NW Cor of E ; .
n of RD 13 Ex '.
convalescence of her mother Mrs Rev. Thomas DeSue of Jacksonville Lot'! 1 through 66 In \... '. R/W 10 6 22 37 Mrs. R. A. Griffis Hor swu of NE '* '
much Improved 6:30 J'arkwood SID Ex T ,. Ett. 182.40 j &: run E 460 ft S -f "'. .i ..
Willie Lang. who was music Choir No. H; : port Lots 7. 18 & 19 I -. S'i'of SWU of SW J08 ft W 431 ft N ; '

Mother's Day The en- Rev.S. D. .Warren 100.8S ,235: to POB 7 7 Z3' t Azalea Motel! 180.85_
on p xn. service conducted by conveyed to city tt Joseph '4 of NEU! ft S% : I I 1 i-- 0.. .
tire family was able to worshipat W. White music Greater Bell SES; of NWJ &: NW '. .. of SEA of SEU "of SEU of SWU of NWU i.82 0 f. _teeDi&o1'UOCom ;
i of NEi: of SW NWU '. 15 6 S3 10 Wesley M. Luke 9.00 10 f. Free Canaan Church of God Choir, prayer service by Deacon 14 n I U'$ u': J 4-fgo Corp lUiW at Int *f WRW| .
5 A in NW.Cor of .
In Unity. Mrs. Odum resides in Gilmoie. The contestants are: Albert :00' of N4 of SE ,-,:'. SWU of NW!: *>fNEU Line of ST of RD NWU 100 &of S .' t f err-t::. .
Cuthbert. Ga. She has two daughters Tyson Jr., Norma Jean De- 'j of XEI Ex RIW 33 I U 1>>t H. 1. Hartley 1.ULot K 6 22 2 'TUomai Norman 24.47 NEU run N 355' fl' ;'d' 1

enrolled at RJE Maxine and Sue. Jacquelyn Kelly. Dan Hank- South 4 of Gate Blk SiD Ii In' Ewe' F. : Donald" ', Bennett-. 2.U. ,S%of'of NW SEU% Of SWU. 17 6 22 6 Minnie 1f Lon t De i for POB Cont N on Y. _;:'- 'f -
.' Rd 100', W Par Sec
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Gladys. She plans to return to erson Jr., Collection takers: Com at ,"W Cor of :_ Sue 15.34 Line 300 SELY & .

Georgia during this week and Johnnie Ghent Jr., Deacon Horace 8WI.1 of N\VY run 5 A'n! NE Cor of E% Par to Rd 100'. E .
!S 506 for POE. e-f NEU of SEU 210 W: to POB 15 7 2S 1 la.me. M, .Do ;.- .
'vras dinner guests of her neizhbors. Dean, Deacon Saul Hanker- Ii 35S'. E 510.6' to 't' _' .a Ft. E & W-by 41' $IT.ZI

the E. R. Shells, on Tuesday yon. Rev. Clyde Hankerson; fin- HR R/W N on W I V': t f'' ft.. N & S 18 I 23 i William.! .T1111l\ Jr 4.37 SE'i of SWU'SEU IS.7" '22 40e'Jfinei U Rofers 87.30

remarks bene It\\: 35S', W IU' to S2/3 of SWU of NW of NE}. 21 7 22 40. Robert.C Bell .
ancial report 1'OB :u i ZS..r:: Eva Albert Harrison I.n. U 11 C 22 27 LeRoy Dell 14 52 Jr ; :;? 103.63

American Legion Auxiliary diction. Clarence DeSue Sr. chairman Com 220 ft .8 from W 220 Ft of. NE% of SWU of NWU 22 'I 22 '0' .Robert iff 'BUJr.
Auxiliaryof SW's 18 i n 7' Dorothy & JennU -* ? ,. l .' 43.41
The American Legion Mrs. Ruth E. co- \W Cor of NE'4 'r j ,
citation iscordially or XWI & run 8 ; ". :f. 'J. Ball 5.66 .
Post 314 was given a triple chairman. The general public 210 ft. E 40 ft N ,. E S4.| of NW' of. SE SWU of SBU Ex SA aIn -. ,
recently at Clearwater. invited to attend.I :10 ft W 40 ft to K IS 6 23 30 Din Hankerson 21.80 SW Cor & ExilA *yIn .
6 2 4.55 E'4 of NE!; of SE 4 NE Cor & Ex 7A *v '
100 cent mem- to this bt'g. U .U .yasc' Forsyth ; .:
includes take
like opportunity "
This per would Ex 2A in NE Cqr IS f 22 IS Ernest 'DeUi\ 13.18 In SE Cor &: Ex Ry .,
bership, a substantial increase to thank the Colored Lot 9 of Blk 2 in Sun : Ex JN %%0" W of Co '' ; I. '

and other outstanding services to Citizens: for the wonderful up- Notice Is hereby'. give that the following described. lads will be ny Acres SID." t Albtrta. Tyson, 3.43 Or Rd n.7 f. X'Qnaai- ZO."
sold at Public Auction ..n the' 31st day M May; 1960. at' Starke the Lot 10 of Blk 2 In Lola 49 & 51 on Cypress rv' tl I' '
";God and Country." Delegates to port given me in the First Primary County of Bradford. State ot Florida to pay the' amount due for tat" Sunny Acres SID FaonU Crummel 14.84 of Crystal -. '

the Department Convention in and I earnestly solicit your herein set opposite to the same together with all costs of such sale and Lots 7, 8.9&10: of .. '-.) Lake Homesltes Jam** tr, (Lester 15.03

Tampa on May 26 are Mesdames vote and support for County Commissioner adverUslnr. Acres Blk 3 SID'|In Sunay Alfred Pvrnei 10.78 Lots 201 St &Rd 202 100 on of told .- ..> .,. ."5- *

Alcase Tyson .and Corean Mc- in the- May 24 election.! Lot 6 of Blk 11 in SWtf,' of Blk 6 S 'of 0 Crystal Lake *, .
Town oC New River RaW Temp SID| 21 6 83 9 Alf ft Mardis& Homesltes .'"* TrUit 19.91 ;
JJfU. The meeting will close on -SEEBER D. GOODMANPaid : .. Ewst. G. .
23.24 'ZG Jessie, Mathta ..10.. ; 'I IrA" U: tot 1 of Lake Bed- .
May 29. President L. M. Royal [ POI Adv. I Lot 4 of B'lk 3Z In '. ** '
: Beg at SW Cor of NEt ft ford Shores Ot BT/r, R.' trlck.II.Ht :
Town of New Riv. 'f J ,. of SWU run N It- .. tr t 3 of Blk A & \l't., ..' I
%3.%& 0 20 Jessie Sewell EeL I.H .. '
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MIT1CK 305: Ft. SELY 423.3, 20th mat In Tract E f'

,i Lot 11 of Bik; 15 inWard ft, S 179 ft, W, 347 .-?.'.V...:- .In Beford Oak Jonnnle 'W. Q.q. .
'Notice U hereby given that the following described lands will\ be sold City 8 7 20 E..WJ. '(,,ewls'. s 1.37 Ft to POE! Ex 1 r bpd t, tt.SIStalder

kt public auction at 12:00: o'clock noon on the 3rd. day of June. A. D.. All SW 4 of NW'4 N Lot In NW Cor 75 ._ Lot 6 of Blk D & II .. *" *. ... '
ixm. at the City Hall. City of Starke. County of Bradford. State of.. of Rd &; W of ditch ft N&Sby 109 .; ? *&th Int in Tract R ri: .. .
Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the Exrl A !l0w tn Ft E & W U.I Leath 8I1IaI16', Patk of Peford Oaks SID Wi dwm) 18.71
same, together with all cobts of such sale and advertising. SW Cor U.7 20 a E,' S- :gPolk. 15.11 ) ttraon 18.34 Lot 5 & I of Blk D in rv ...f .

1 .A SQ In SW Cor of' : Temples SID Also Ex .. Mt Pleasant SD| t ..! ;0;., GoriN" tk 'W t. "G.".
:Uk 1, 2, of Blk 2 In SWy of NWI4 N of : Parcel sold Desc. t." f -f' ? ; :

Sonny Acres S/D Nathaniel Crummel 5.54 : RD &: W of DB 63, PG 41 & Ez .. Tract 1 B-Mt Pleas- : ;7.1.1. f t': ; ... .
t.tx.t' of Blk 2 In Ditch 14 7 U .1 E Z. 'Tetstone. 4.37N" Par sold DB 85.3 n El 1 Rncl Q MottJ 1120.99Annie ant S/D & 1 Lot in .5 : .

Sunny Acres SiD Alberta Tyson 1.77 : of SE4 of NW' ,. .i.' ., ; . Lot 3 of Blk 14 in '. T. 'SE Cor of NWU ." r. ._ .c ,.
EX A PAR %10' SQ. North Reno S/D .. .Ma* P 'e'aler. lelng 716.10' N&S ,. -j'
1n SW Cor. 2i I U II C..E. WIn 35.792A .' t' Et ,Al 6.22 by 466.10' E&W 7U' \ SUrli&f 3. 8&....

MECHANICS -- TRUCK OWNERSNew Par Beine15' N -: .' Lot 3 of Blk .20 in N trIP, Jr. Zit."
&; S bylOS' E &: W ; Reno SID '7 fUy p Williams 3.43 Tract 10Carl Vol. -- ." ..f--.114 .tkoff
In SE Cor of NES4 :. 7<1.. .,:.' .L. Lots 6. T- of Plk 20 .. -, _:: .. : S'D Jane.Z. Lee IUI
Crank Shaft Grinding Service of NW4 Ex R/W \. -: in ,N Reno SjD Willie Mae Powell 6.72 S '.4' of N %1%' of N "' t : :

and Ex parcel In : ,1 : Parcel Dese. In DB-SS .. WU of SEU Ex TV; ; \ .
-- Special Introductory Offer NW Cor HI' N &: .. :.:t. : ', -HI. ZZ.4 23I Johnny Lao 5.72 ELY 275' & Ex K/ : -

8 by UU' N & Parcel Deac., In DB 88 W 11 1 .23 Marilyn IfcLeod 19.91 .
Telephone Us COLLECT For Information W Ii I U' 3 Cheater, 'E. Id oody lo.a' -443 82I 83 Walter. Writ C.62 Elk 6 of Govt Lot 3't f!& f.J. .. : '

Corn at NE Cur of >t 2 of Blk 2 of.Nat in Lakeside SID Edward.I l8. Ct rk/oa B'14
Tel. VAlley 9.2376 S4 of NW% ot N IWilliams SD] Irene Richardson 10.27 N 200' of W 24| of N 4, L .

E14 run S 50' for t,.' .. Lot: .I of Blk 2 Nat H of NEU U.t 10 <. shred. .a. Walker, .
POB S 105', W 105' ". r, rN Williams SID loha;.L CIyittg- 10.27 Jr.- IUI

PERRY BROS. MACHINE WORKS 105', E 105' To I-J.o in NWU of SW .. Cum at SE Cor of 'NE' :- .. .,F 'e. T z t i. I* 'r

I'OB 1 'U J. E. Garrison-l it37: % u. Dese in Deed XWLY U run 1S8.8'W U:for. '';.- ;*. %
SE44 SE14 IS i 2m '40 Jim' "OI"S' 11C70 Pg 301 Ex ,
41 S. Whitney St. St. Augustine, Fla. SE, ooff AESr< Ex 1 .. ,. Chasteen : R/W in Nat WU-. '> '. .POD.n N N Line 1185 55': WLY SLY t f.: . -23. William
llama S/D 82 i John 4 Annie '- -
A. Cemetery 13. i U 38Brasier ;Kelley E"L 20.70 1100 SELY 103' to r : I
.. 7.72
24 HOUR SERVICE 1 Lot LTtnl' iu SE ; .. *. i' 0
.- -' Com 'at NW Cor of r. .- ,' rOB 24 S 21 t. C. aona ITA'
U 'I'being
Cor of SW" of SE I 'y' +" ff." ;--. of ..-.. .' /.-
% 40 ft N&S SWU SWU & '- .
by84OftE&WEi -:.'<, 'run, S 219 tt. E 100' Com at NE Cor of S44 : .
r > -: Ft. for a FOB. ruffS .. cf NWU of NWU .. 1" 3Otb./J ? '
I.A. tq in .SE Cot If. t 21 8 TrubySIade
.J 85.ib .. >
10tf, E 253 fL' S5W 141 to + 'to'
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FACTORY PRICES Lots n. liS, It In -::. =! L. : ". ,
N 100 ft W 259.: ft POB. W 50'% 3 100' ..4rF. H
. Woodlawn. Ex W .. 1'09 22 I 23 UnaTyson Et..Al 17.34 so' N 100' to beg u s n t114'" Carte.4.11
430 of Lot 51 11 I 28 :4'" '!R B. Souther- E 3A of SU of SEU 8 120 of E :ar of S '-1', J-: ,}:; .

land 82.34SW4 of SW% of-SWU 22 i -28 a. CLA.Crnrn S-00 WU of NWU; of N ... .....

Ona Quart With Each of Lot 14 in > : ; ._ .. AM EU of NWU of. N W-' 25 SCeg 23 Udl.'IAt..Tl tde ,.: .'.11 ''l
F R E E Woodlawn ;.' 11 S. 2i i : 3 Caritoo G. WU- EU N of Rd 84 6 83 10 Edward Ricks 88.53 at NW Cor. E' 95. i. '\ ;J-Itr/: "; !

or'Gallon llama s.n Lo 5 of Blk 2 In S 200 to Lake, W .
, One you buy F of BIt 25 In Law '. !;, -f'. ':, l". Bradford Hits SD; : Jacqueline A Moore' 16.27 95'. N 209'! to beg 25 ... 22 U. wan:. at...

fey W George F.- E* of SEU of SfTU tot 47 in IndianBcacn '. 1.. '; ,
Lota 1 &of2Ryof Half Yonng 10. of NEU E;x W I 'AI 5 U 4 Mr*. W. T. ?omp0 :: Ttib ld4-. tl r cua

Prices Start at $2 qt.-$5.95 GaL Elk 1 fa L&wtey 4 l .; kin 2146Etbotin tot 1, 8, or S% of ,, t ", ");1"NE14
i W of R7 Bat Air X.tel" f3i.U Lot 6 & 7 of Blk liD" II'. ,; "- >; %2. .. .> 'fp' $y J., -.4Jder-
White Acres SID; : W. hUC'n.1i ; mans ,. : n.n
I loOt 15'N It. Sby .' ,E,... ''''''. ,
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE 100' E & W ,...'.".. .:, ., ... tOn -.".. .".,..,.- "'.!t .,.,,,..,,-. Froperty FoR on N END by Bik Aa All Lot. ISft. E of Rd i 20. ,:''i.. IUS "..
12 !1' 1S..J.tlJ4erlWlD
N by Tremarco .
11 W by Church St ; r .. '
: 501 N.W.8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 Corp 00 S by 'Rho- ,. k":' s4'. "" ';:-::jto:;.' ..-'+.': ": .,-t S by. Blk 12 &: E t y S. 0 'j"! ..J"y.. ,

._ .c . ', den 10l on E by Hwy 1. .. _, ....&:. .... Water St in Orig '.. : -Tat'Colleetor. '

a . .. .. -- .'.' ftoPUl7'j.'on r W by CitY Uakawa <_ .iw' hTD..a, of Stark W. 11", lkiwen. ..*.-I 185.67 -+&I4fOf4'CouDtr-.11a.'> :: .

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