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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I Hot She.riff's Race Sparks 2nd Primary




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The hottest sheriff's raCE i since the early rough and- i carried Lawtey, South Starke (by the job for less by becoming a First Primary.

ready days of Bradford Coun ty is exrectEd to bring votersay I fi'e"ctes), Graham (his home j "working sheriff' himself. Other state races to be decided

back to the polls next. Tuesd: in numbers equal to thoseJay I precinct), and Erooker. Reddishled Although the sheriff's contest Tuesday are:
has dimmed all others in local interest Governor-Farris Bryant aet$
in the First 1 3.
polled Primary, in North Starke Hampton, i
I both candidates for County I Doyle E. Carlton, Jr.
Pitted against each other in this Theressa, and New Paver. I
over-eoEfdent before :May 3.1' Commissioner DlS 3-Seecer D, Secretary of State- Tom Adam*
battle royal is incumbent P. D. !II Bumper strip and placards of Goodman and W. Hogan Smith and ,Jess Tarbroagh.
quickly reorganized and both II
(Pete) Reddish, now completinghis I both candidates are much in evidence nave waged active mid-primary Bradford voters favored Bryant
n> candidates have waged an all-out
4q third term in office and political I jmidprimary j on cars and tracks around campaigns for the post being vacated heavily in the first primar

-2.t newcomer Jennings Starling, battle to capture the I j I the county, apparently about at the end of this year by 1 Adams ran second to N. D. Wainwright -
farm operator and former Florida Lon's share of 537 Votes polled in I equally divided. Free fish fries Commissioner H. A. Bishop, Jr. Jr. for Secretary cf State

t Highway Patrolman. the first primary by third man in I have gotten into the act, with On the state-side, Bradford I ic Bradford's first primary vote,

'; ta Starling staged a show of I the race, H, A. Lawson. I I I Reddish supporters staging one at 'voters have a big stake in Tues but with Wainwright out, Ehou4!

... strength that opened the eyes of I Lawson. has .said he was main! Brooker last Saturday, and another day's voting with native son I carry the county handily next

,, a.raw w Xy? Reddish supporters when he cap- taining a hands-off policy and j scheduled for Starke this Doyle Conner engaged in a ufe- I Tuesday.
tured 1,872 votes in the First tending to his meat business but I Saturday. and-death struggle for the Commissioner : Democratic Party officers will\
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,. Primary-just 123 less than the the votes of his 500-odd supporters Throughout the campaign Red- of Agriculture post with I also be on Tuesday's ballot. S 3
2,010 recorded by the seasoned in the first primary could tell the dis has stoutly defended the ex- his running-mate W. R (Buster) I discussion in editorial column &:id

"' *Fx sheriff. I tale next Tuesday.In penditures of his office, while' Hancock. Conner led his opponentby I sample ballot elsewhere in this is

Reddish's camp, admittedly the first primary, StarlingBRADFORD : Starling has maintained he can do'&ippled ,; more than 60,000 votes in the !, sue.

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P C 4E1LV COUNTY TELEGRAPH





Official County Publication Established In 1879

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,, .. VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY: MAY 19, 1900 NUMBEB FORTY-SIX
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;' r.,&. :1 1f 1h Three Navy Men Die In Crash


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Construction workmen U. S, 301 north took a triple toil

f of lives Tuesday night when three sailors from the Jacksonville -

Ota Naval Air Station were killed as their ,speeding car
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failed to stop for a detour sign, smashed through a barricade fa

and collided with a ten-ton road grader across from the '

I Bel-Air Restaurant in Lawtey.: _:' .0

i I Harold Ivan Norris! 20, a, passenger t-

Conner Caravan instantly in the, front, seat was killed V

Who'll be on the insidelooking out of the Bradford County Sheriffs office come nest Robert John :Warner; 20, the "

January? That is the question occupying the minds of mast Bradford voters on the eve !I! drier, was dead on arrival at ;>): <

of ,the Strcnd Primary nest 'Tuesday. Composite photograph above shows incumbent Set For TourA Bradford County Hospital.f .

Sheriff in window at left, while his challenger, Jennings Starling occupies window at .arry David Williams, 20, ridingin rv k %p1t 1.k' r P
the back seat, died in the hospital d a
right.
Conner Caravan of F
supporters at 2:40: ajn.

Trackmen f.cm Bradford and other counties State Trooper A. S. Maaldin : Y
At Joint Meeting BHS will make a three-day tour of said the ,three were traveling northon : ; ;
Florida towns and cities Thursday =mt :
301 about 11:30: p.m. at an :
Place In-State; through Saturday, in the interest estimated 75plus'mph when they

City And County Come To Terms of Doyle Conner's election struck the barricade and crashed
At of
Win a3 Commissioner Agriculture
Daytona
head-on Into the heavy equipment.The p -

On Cost Of Warehouse Site WorkAn in Members the Second of Primary the Caravan, May 24.will grader weighing an estimated'
BUS i
tied with! DuPont of Jacksonville make short speeches and dis-. 22-to-24,000 pounds, parked in .i
for eighth place: with nine gear and having its emergency yer
points each, in Class A of the tribute .Conner campaign materialin brake on, was knocked a distanceof at :

expected disagreement be- .'the coat, but member T. C Hazen State Track Meet,at the .University ( i towns visited according to T. eight feet, eight inches by the %
Commission( and' H. lade0 Bradford: chair-
tween County
County the.tlrtyer :
of Florida last} terrific impact. Apparently
Council the ,Jr. said the City had: not realized Saturday. man for Conner, who Is In I .
City over sharing Ii there,would be BO much. additional Fletcher of Jacksonville].) won the. charge. failed..to see the barricade;
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cost of mounting expenditures M met wfth: )0point!. 7. arrangements./ I,and crashed f atlop. spied intQ the
-.Jbt.f11e"OJ..t JJ9IJ ..D yjQP- I expense. 'involved, had not b ': Claws" The,foUowing. Itinerary wa an- There {"skid-
I ed for this project; 'and Harold Seymdur' Wit! A > grader. were ( 1
ment ,Commission's surplus -| nounced: ,
property
idet.\\ state champion for 15 minutes marks other indication of -'
or any
in awkward -
1 placed an
warehouse south of Slarke until' Thursday.take City, Jasper, : :
Jim of
failed to.materialize when the two position due to the Saturday him Tepfer Live 'Oak Branford. High Springs, I attempt to slow the car. Mauldin ,_
Fletcher beat tar first
penses. He asked that a definite place. Aiachua: Gainesville. said there were several beer cans ;.' .
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boards met jointly Tuesday night. 4 +
Seymour jumped 6 feet, 2% inciteswhich
ceiling be placed on expense so
Friday: Palatka Hawthorne,
At recent meetings, Council{ bettered the old,state mark in the car.Foarlanlng.
the City would know where it Ocala, Wildwbod, Leesburg, Ta- a Fl
members. had indicated their !' stood. S cf '6. feet, '2& inches, set lip. Bennett 'work on' the high-
vares, Mount Dora, Sanford.
memory was hazy concerning thel' Bishop replied that the County, of Gainesville,.High in 1957. Saturday Deland Daytona way is in progress at this point,
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verbal agreement in which: Tepfer Jumped 6 feet,. 4 inches.i Disemboweled auto in which three Navy men lost their liveson
also, had been caught short by Beach Bunnell St. Augustine,- and traffic' .detoured .from, ne'!
Commission maintained Council the Seymour tied for second place U. S. SOl Tuesday night is pictured after impact with 10-
.to share and share alike!' unexpected expense, but saidit Jacksonville Beach. lane to another to by-pass the
agreed was something that had to be and set a new record for BHS I clinic ton road grader.: Force of the collision knocked three pistons
'The three-day tour will climax
In the A state' marked -
$2.637 construction. Caution lights
expense. :
Helsabeck feet,1
done in order to insure keepingthe Billy jumped Saturday with a chicken barbecueat oct of the engine, a sight .whIch. many .wreck-observers. saythey've
ment presented to the City by theCounty la in. to place fourth in the high the barricade, :Mauldln said. -
surplus property operation in Bruce Park in Arlington [Jacksonville never seen before.
with request for paymento I Opens FridayRegistration
jump. This also broke the school
Bradford County. He said that !], from 3 p. m. until dark. r
had been held the
half by
up record of 5 feet, 11% in. set by
the C'.ommtSsion'had Odor In Air
Councu pending an effort to reach Development Clark in 1955. The public is cordially Invited. BHS Nine Loses All Sports fete
been sharing in the cost of the Stanley
Conner :will 'speak at the barbecue -
some firm agreement. fifth in the I for the annual Caused By TestingOf
Sam :
Gardner placed
When Commissioners H. A. Site preparation and had likewise discus ith'a throw of 136 ft., 5 and will be seen later on Sub Group Game Bradford County Crippled Children' To Be.Held
spent mutt more than originally television from 7:15: until 7:30: ,p.ai. II Gas Lines
Bishop Jr., E. L. Crawford. Harold ;, his ::: Clinic will start at 8 a. m.
in., breaking own previous
planned. BHS lost out last Thursday in .
Norman and Jesaie Chastian met I record of 136 ft. Friday, May 20th, in the Health Friday NightThe
with Council Tuesday night '! Upshot of, the Joint meeting was school third Conner, who led his opponent, the Class A, Sub-Group baseball Department building on Church City Clerk Merrill Edwards
Bishop inquired concerning the' that the City agreed to pay J375: Lynwood Walters tied for W R. I Buster] Hancock by more tournament to Bolles of Jackson Street. states that residents should not

status of the $2.637 bill and was j immediately as Us share of the place in the pole vault with a [Continued On Page 2] ville. The final score was 5-3. The clinic is free of charge, first annual AU Sports be alarmed about a peculiar odor

toJd by Council Chairman Randall i cost .of obtaining railroad easements [Continued On Pace 21] and any child or young person Banquet sponsored by the Brad- that might be in the air around

Chitty that at' the present time) at the site, and would pay ._ under 21, with a crippling condition ford Booster Club, will be held town for the next few days. Thisis
]Jt was unapproved. half of the other costs when, the is eligible for examination.The Friday night, May 20, at 7:30: o' not caused by escaping naturalgas

Bishop thin declared the origi-I County presents a final bill. ..c.. ,....._ visiting staff will include clock in the high school cafeteria. I Edwards said, but due to an
said there .'. .. this jcdorizer used in and is
nal agreement was that the. City.tould Bishop was about one an orthopedic surgeon'from Jacksonville Honor guests on occasion gas no-
and' more week's work to be added to will be members of all basketball I ti-=eable during the period when
provide equipment a pediatrician, plastic
the $2,637 amount, and possibly squads [varsity, B team, and lets: are being made on the lines.
chare in the expense of preparing i Burg cn, a physiotherapist, re
another 11,000 to be spent for girls], as well as members of the
the'' and shoe
warehouse site on an equal Jre.sentaties'of a brace
hardstand of the .c...,... track and baseball squads. Negress Convicted
1 along a part and from the Florida
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bash with the county Bishop said company
the City had: noused the "first. warehouse. All other paving costs -i; Vocational Rehabilitation Service. Parents of the squad members I. On Shine Charge

piece" of equipment on the loca are to be paid for.by the Development __ They will be assisted by the mid Booster Club members may

than: 'nor provided any manpower. i Commission, he said. health department staff and a attend the banquet by paying $1 : Carrie Small, Reno Negress who
liebsid that the project had toj I A representative of the Commission r'1 number of vol nt ers. resides at 914 E. North St., w.:.a
admission at the door.
proceed on schedule and the County said the building will be The clinic is conducted under arrested last Friday night on a
completed by'June 1, and that A representative of the University of selling moonshir!
assumed the burden, adding ... the auspices of the Florida Crippled charge
_ that the (:!,631 amount represented the operation would be moved Children's Commission Ameiican !: of Florida coaching staff will whiskey. The arrest was xna''J

'only actual expenditure .for from Camp Blanding to the new '. .....,. Legion Post 56, and the be guest speaker, and Booster by City Police Billy Overstreet

labor and materials, and did not 1'I location as soon. thereafter as ,:,; : Rctary Anns of the Starke Rotary Club president, A. N. Holliday. and Ashley Brown.
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possible.At ; ;,, Club.Public. The woman was found guilty !n
include! charge for county i -
any "'" of
will master ceremonies -
serve as
equipment, which he skid would j the request of Mayor W T .. 0'I '"--.'-. ''" I Mayer's Court :Monday:: morn 'rand
I Jackson, Council authorized the C= Ut t I mid $50 fine
have been used on needed roadwork t ; Invited
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purchase new parking I ;
In the county if 'it haj not
been required at the eite. meters, which, will give the City To Free Fish Fry .

N.o.Councilman denied this ,'el'b'I- all new meters. These will be : At Conway AirparkAn
the used q.-
urchased! on same plan
sl agreement to share equally. in.

.- I J,for the last purchase51.35 each i, s w+ ." .- ..,..,:...... estimated 500 persons attended 1
with trade, to be paid with no '+ ::. the fish fry given at

It Is YourDUTY I down payment. and $1.50 per .. :, atr i Blocker last Saturday night by ,I
meter month.
per Supporters of the campaign of
1 Jackson said that since the new ,, ': j
e Sheriff P. D. Reddish for reelection ;
!'meters were installed and an ad i
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TO VOTE: I enforce j|:i ., 4y The public is. Invited to Attenda 'L

,1 f < ; fish fry to be given this Sat- j

in the : had said been that collected since the monthly.overparking He: r -J :, _, ,.; .'. ..... .... 1'C. urday night at Conway Airpark _
Starke. starting .at 6 by
in, p. nu
Second Primary: charge had been raised to 50 School; and Mr. Perkins, her hus- supporters of the sheriff. i __
I cents, a total of $236 !in fines had Mrs. Perkins Honored On Eve band. She was presented with a i iI I

been collected in one month. citation from the PTA and gifts Winner NamedAt .1-r

May 24th Council agreed that the new Of Retirement; from Teaching and flowers from the Bradfordducatlon _

..'" .. 50-cent: charge was working Qut Association, the School Harvest Days
.- fine, there have been very few I i- ;-
*"* Board and the high school fac
j MrsWarren E. [Ruby Mae) t..confined to a walker or a wheel ;
This Spaee'Contributed I complaints, and parking spaces! inthe Perkins [seated centerl,was honored fhair.I In spite of this difficulty,' ulty.The Mrs. Charles Darby was awarded r e=
business 'district readdyavailable.
are I
in
for
of following new officers certificates good for $17.41
at the High School PTA she is regarded as a mainstay
Weekly to. Publicize meeting Tuesday: night uPon the 1 the high school mathematics de- next year were installed at Tuesdsy's trade at cooperating stores in the -
'Community Events by Surveyor M, G. McMillan presented eve of her retirement after 37j partment. meeting: Mrs. W. E. Big- Silver Harvest Days event at the Anyone for Stew?
I the plats.for one new subdivision j ham president; Mrs. Billy Dowl- courthouse last Saturday after-
years of teaching. most of that Pictured above with Mrs. Per- .
and the first unit of '
an-
THE COMMUNITY \1 time in Bradford County .schools. |kins are [standing 1-r Mrs. Hope :ng, ,vice president; Mrs..lAicilleEdwards I jnpoiu This represented 10 par Don Page is wondering how ranch stew can! be made from
other. The plat to Lavon Andrews Because of ill health Mrs. Per- j j Holliday, president of the High cent::: of the total amount in the this 27 1-% pound blue channel catfish eight by him last
STATE BANK 22-lot "Eastwood" Just south of I : [Brookerl, secretary 1;: Silver Hi.Yest! in the St 7ohos Eiver.
kins has carried on her teaching School PTA: John Dodd. presi- Thursday morning Any way you figure
the Southside School, : Mrs- J. Wainwright_ : ,, treasurer;;; G. S. Gol[ wire, chairman of to invite the the"graoddaddy"
Elementary assignment for the past three 1 dent of the Student Council; H the Retail Merchants Division It, there'll be enough' neighbors Page caught

OF STARKE was accepted by the council peed, sears, under great handicaps"Much ]t B. Ingram, principal'o/ BHS; H- and Mrs Margaret Brown, histor.,!said that the fund next Saturday on a Hawaiian; wiggler and..took. SO minutes to

[Continued .On.Page *21 ,_ of that-tlae ahehas: .P.-Morgan.. ,, Superintendent: of. ian. -_._- ,- would be I22U4. land. ,--b.imo cQulofnPla -- "> .! .-, 4 '.

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.......... .,...........,....... .,. .. .._,...... I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ressler Hank Graham FROMII. NOTICE OF PROBATETo
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and family of Sarasota were Sunday A. LAWSONTo All Persons Interested In The
I of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Receives Orders F..tbte Of *Said Decedent: "For A few
guests my loyal friends that Your are hereby notified that a Only 1
I Crews. For voted for me in the Sheriff's written instrument, purporting to
AnnapolisWilliam be the last will and testament of
I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams i iII race: aid decedent has been admitted to

I and sons were visiting Mr. and! Henry [Hank] Graham Since I was eliminated in PNloate in this court. You are ht're-I ; "
by comanded within six .'
II Mrs. Charles McQuaig in Way-,m son of Mr. and Mrs. w. H. the.First Primary, I would like months from the date of the first i, Cents PeJ Day" :

I crass Ga. over the weekend. \I Graham of Starke, has received i to take this opportunity to let publication of this notice to appear, r. .
in ibis court and show cause if I
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey spent orders to to the NavaT'I jay friends know how I feeL
report any you can. why the action of this I "-
6........ --.. ......... ,_ ..... '" .... ...._ "V 1 i i,I the weekend in Sanford and at-i i I II Academy at Annapolis, Md. on I I am positively under no s; ;'irt is!; admitting said will to pro- YOUR HOME CAN HAVE
I tended the Southern Standard Insurance -' July 5. Young Graham recently obligation to anyone, and have i j bate should Theron not stand A. Yawn unrevoked.
Ira D. Wells of Atlanta. Ga.|,I Mr. and Mrs C. L. Dent m, Co. banquet and' dance at I received the appointment to An- made no deal with any one.I I County Judge PEST

and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Golden I were called to PulaskL Va. by the I the Country Club in Orlando napolis from Congressman Billy am now trying to take I I 5119; : 4t 69 COMPLETE CONTROLPROTECTION

of Milton were weekend guests 'illness of Mr. Dent's father, who i Saturday evening.Mr. Matthews. care of my business and will No ru'1: OF-IXTHNTIOX ;:

of Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae. raftered a heart attack. I and Mrs. Herbert Thomas i Graham will graduate in June appreciate jour patronage and TO IIKG1HTEK! FHTITIOIS NAME I
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. of : Dr. and Mrs. P. Stubbins of ". Ni tk-e Is- hereby given that the i
Dansby R. attended the U. of F. and Missis- from Bradford High School friendship. I only have one nnden-igned! under the provisions:
Perry spent the weekend with Mr. ,Tallahassee spent Sunday and II sippi baseball game Monday afternoon -'where he has been a student lead-I vote and that is my own, and 'if chapter %'),'53. Laws of Florida For Home -
_ and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Monday with Mrs. J.-R. Kite in Gainesville. j I I plan to use my constitutional -! Acts ot 1941 will register with theClerk ;
in athletics well scho-
I er as as of the Circuit Court in anJ: '
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of while enroute to Miami Beach to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp are'lastics. right"to vote for whom I for Bradford County, Florida, upon' or
Tampa visited Mrs. O. L. Beasley attend the State Dental Convention visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, ,,choose, and respectfully ask I!: "ei-tlpt of proof of publication of ,
this notice, the, fictitious name of ,
and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid over the where Dr. Stubbins will receive Heath in Fort Lauderdale for two REUNION POSTPONEDThe my friends to do the same. I'eyton-Florist under which we I: Business

weekend. an honorable fellowship a- weeks. May the best man win.II. are engaged in business at 1191 i

Dr. Donald Winters of Hattles- ward. Mrs. Neva Taylor of Miami I[ Thomas reunion has been A. LAWSON South Florida.Thompson Street, :Starke ,

aurg.Miss.spent the weekend with I Miss Barbara Bates: daughter. spent the weekend with Mr. and I cancelled Notices will be sent out [Pd PoL Adv.] Mrs Dolly Brown RFD !. Ed- I: e PROTECTION by' ms
I of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates of j'Mrs. H. L. Speer. at a later date naming time and wards .Loop Read Starke Fla. j i a, fog receive EVERY-DAY
hu sister Mrs. HQ. Bollinger
; Mrs Lillie Bridges 305 Monroe j td..
and family. Dr. Winters and Rev.J. I the State Farm was elected as a I'I'I Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin of I place. Iu The Court HI The County Judge s:.. Starke. Fla. ttoroojlUj educated >B too BM o'daayerwa
I Dated this l:th day of May, I960 I # gal.
member of the judiciary in the
H. Mabry. Jr. left Monday to Ochlocknee. Ga. and Mrs. W. H.i' Bradford County Slate Of Florida]I'''at tarke.. Bradford County, Flori1 --
attend the Southern Baptist Convention student elections at F3U in Tallahassee I Thomson, Jr. of Monticello visited ATTENTIONALL la Pr..IO. da. I i
I last week. FOX HUNTERSYou In Ke: Estate Of Xellie E. Smith, I 519| 4t 6/9 '
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in.MiamI. Enroute home their mother, Mrs. F. I: Stump, Deceased.
Sir. arid "Mrs. David Reid and ONE CALL DOES rr ALL You horn to totpected -
aS-Toesday Dr; 'Winters picked I i I : 'ont her birthday last Sunday. are wanted to join the .
ur hfcr mother, Mrs. J.<>.'"Winters, I family of Jacksonville are spend-!! Mr. and Mrs. John Torode and 1!Bradford County Fox Hunters -r,-L---c :!-_ : : ',_ -_. ""- ;---==.:: I and treated regularly for insects wdfodent
ingf k two weeks vacation with Dick and the -i: y *. Place your pest control problem in tie
to ,
at'toe Bollinger home to return: i sons Johnny spent I Association which will meet the = ""
hfa'home' in Hattiesburg ''for an : Chief and'Mrs. D. W. Carpenter at' I i past week in Washington, D. C. first Friday night in each month fl.i: hand/ el competent experienced mea who kror

ertotide: r visit. I' Santa Fe Lake. attending the .National Oil. Job-! the community center in The. their Job.
I'I'Mr.. and Mrs. T. 'Freeman.,'Sr. ei ... .., ,"'- : Aj :
bers Council. Mr. Torode is i I
presi-i All fox ). "'-"' !! -
Mrs. H. H. Adams was in St. lessa, at 7:30: p. m. 1iI _... -'S-
visitorsof ,
I of were Tuesday E. .
Tampa ) .. I
Luke's Hospital from Thursday to, dent of the Florida Petroleum hunters are welcome whetheryou :- !
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughn.Mrs. Marketeers Association. AND .
Sunday for surgery. I : have dogs or not. Adjoining I :
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin' Gladys Weldon attendedthe Harold Alexander and Charles counties also invited. If interested: iuiiici YOU CAN PAY BY
nurses reunion at St. Vincent's I
and baby of Palatka spent the Kelly of Orlando were Monday to l'ailVO 4-6502,

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hospital on Saturday and Wednesday guests of Mr. and I 3 tp 6-2 I THE MONTH!
Baldwin.Mr. Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Harry H. Rabb Jr. and AT ITS BEST -J
and Mrs. Junius Smith and .
and Mrs. F. H. Kramer- of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bishop spent family.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter of I The Starke 8th graders won two
Beaver Palls, Pa.. parents of Mrs.A. the weekend at Horse Shoe. Th' FWdQt'MIM
and George Baisden and events ,
Lawtey I :
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J. Barry of Starke, have movedto of *
W. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. H. Miss Martha Holliday of JacksonII 120-yard low hurdle shuttle re-
the Barry residence at 1372
Branding street. Saratoga Heights Mount Dora were guests Saturdayand i!I vine\ were Sunday visitors of Mrs.: lay-Tom Gardner, George Seeley, tl
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of Mrs.V. N. North. '
Sunday
. Effie Johns. Jimmy Dowlinp, Leonard Duggar
to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luton of
Mrs. Peggy Shatter gave a sur- This same team won the mile I'C-
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Marco Olmsted, Ill. were guests last
prise birthday party Tuesday eve-
b are attending the State Optornetric'conventttion week of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. lay.In
ning for her son, Don Ray Tilley, the Peritathalon, five events \ AND '
and Contact Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Black-, at his home at the State Farm.
Lfcns ''Seminar in Clearwater. I choice of shot-put or discus high EliiiFi
burn and daughter, Linda, of M1CAL CO.
The 14 and
"' guests enjoyed games jump or ,broad jump, and high n l1
)Ur. and Mrs. Charles Durkea fJreenvHle, N. C. arrive today fora refreshments during the evening. hurdles or tow hurdles plus 100- -
and daughter of Gainesville 'were visit with Mrs. Blackburn's
yard dash and 660-yard dash) 352 W. Madison
: visiting her parents,'Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Laura Colley. I:
Carl Johns on Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. J. G. Millican of Palatka I Bradford placed the following; Phone WO 4.3965 I
Harold Seymour 4th; Marion Cot-
find Mrs. C. It Register spent the weekend with Mrs. A. E.i Cornier CaravanSet tle 5th; Billy Dowling 6th. -. -

and, son, Charles, of. Tallahassee :McKinney. Mrs. McKinney also II Five schools took part in the
were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Register had as guest several days last
Mainland of Class
meet: : Daytona (
,8r. and Mr and Mrs. 'H. week. Carl Dinkins of Bushnell. For TourContinued
I AA school), Palatka, Florida Military
A\Lauson. Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss
.-, Madge Middleton. of Starke and : Seabreeze, and Bradford. BRADFORD COUNTY FRIENDST.1T7 AND SUPPORTERS
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines are
Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville [ From Page 1]
attendingthe Southern Baptist I _>!l :ITW 1
cbriveKtioh spent the weekend in Melbournewith .
in Miami this week. than 60,000 votes in the ,
First .=>
E. L. Middle- .
Mrs.
Mr and
4'Mrs.. Addie Wheeler of Taft, Primary has expressed confidence!

and"Mrs;"Eva" Hunter of Palm Harbor, ton.Mr.. and Mrs. David Lawson that he will again be endorsed by : Let Unite Forces

Mrs. Cosine 'PurVis of Gafa- .were in Auburndale over the weekend the people of Florida on May 24.1 FloridaTheatre .
e'svflle
were 'weekend guests of In final .
a speaking and hand- !
friends and relatives.
visiting
their sister Mrs. W., P. Herlong. I I : baking tour of the State he !

Mrs. W. C. Preacher and ''Mr.andrMrs.'Bailey I Mrs.a Carl weekend Ryne guest of St.of Petersburgwas Mr. and II :said: "The' voters of Florida gave .x _. To Elect Our Native Son, ,..

Preacher arid Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mrs. Rita, me the most votes and made me I' I 5l' .
children of Ridgeland, S. c: were j I the leader because I told them
home in I
to her
Dickens returned
etml1aj- 'and Monday guests Dt.I the truth about my background, ,
Marianna after two
on Monday R
Mr. and Mrs. H Ai Lawson. qualifications, and public service
weeks visit with the Viningsri ,
record. oanii:
a -
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Conner who is the only candi- <" { Doyle
'SAT. MAY 21 ,
date to have served in public ?office .. .. :
: WAYNE'Sv; SUPERETTE declared he is proud of the 1st Feature ,
,
legislation he sponsored and supported -I'

tr.? Iii that has benefited all of .
Florida.! He recited such bills Rogues Of 7r ,
as COri1 1ISSI0NER OF AGRICULTURE
Owned; and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil the one to eradicate the screw- I'I ] .
Douglas \ of"Suwannee
Formerly Manager Store
worm reorganize the Department !

671 W.'- Madison*. '-- Phone. -.; WO 4-9231 of Agriculture, increase: old raise age teachers'assistance salaries Sherwood Forest t IN f( THE SECOND FRIARY MAY 24

We Reserve The Right To Limit QuantityWE
aid legislation to abolish price I
John Derek & Diana Lynn2nd.
GIVE FAMILY STAMPS controls on milk. II

Feature VICTORY CAN BE OURS, BUT THE JOB IS ONLY HALF DONE!
SUGAR -. 5 Ibs
39c

10 Oz. Maxwell\ House City And County EVERY VOTE COUNTS -- Be Sure that You and Every Qualified Member -



INSTANT COFFEE 99; Come To Terms I It94r,1 of Your Family Goes to the Polls Next Tuesday. ,

Either One With $5.00 Food Order I

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Bradford County Friends are supporting Doyle Coiner CONNER'S AGRICULTURE RECORD:

TOMATOES 2 for 25' ing signature of the Zoning Board.I

The first unit (eight lots) of because they know he has HEAL QUALIFICATIONS 1. Introduced legislation: for the reorganization of

Bessent :Manor was also approved.This mar..
of Agriculture.
the Department
for the job. Check the job-check his ex-
new subdivision is located on;: flu tr.,,. .
SALAD DRESSING Pt. 23c Bessent Road and .platted for an I rt.. ,r tabs pf'ricnce-They go together! 2. Sponsored appropriation! for research and the

I eventual total of 44 lots. successful eradication of the cre\vworm.
I Cartoon: Lo the Poor Buffalo

McMillan recommended that in 3. Supported appropriations for the University of

APPLE JELLY 2 lbs 29 the future than the 60-foot city accept right of nothingless way :l'5 Terms Fla. House of.Representatives.: Florida College of Agriculture Agriculture Experiment

SUN., MON. & TUES. Station and Extension.
'
for streets. He said that with additional I .

GRITS'Jim Dandy SIbs 29c utilities being put in from May 22, 23, & 21lOTENSESUSPfNSE :,t. Speaker of House, 1957-58.; : 4. Served four years as chairman of the Agriculture
time to time 50-foot _right of .
committee of the House of Representatives.
way was insufficient. Council took I

the suggestion:: under advisement.. I two terms). 5. for eradication of cattle fever
:{ Chairman Agriculture Committee ( Sponsored programs
PRODUCE SPECIALS I In other action, Council accepted 'j" tick, eradication of Mediterranean\ fruit fly,
50-foot street from L. A. 91
I a MINUTES; the prevention of spreading decline.
Davis, which will be an extensionof I ; Chairman Committee Rules 1 ; Member Health, .
Call Street running in back 6. Supported the establishment of diagnostic laboratory
I I and Taxation Safety, Citrus Committee,
LETTUCE 15c' of the Davis home. Finance Constitutional Legislative for poultry and livestock and the Florida

Authcrized an auditor's checkon : -- Advisory Committee Egg Commission.
!::
$1.900 increase in its work M-s.Marrb ./ ; wMAIIDIOr.
a f Council ,
SWEET POTATOES lb. 10 men's compensation premium for nacre start., i.\S- := 7. Gas tax refund for farmers and fishermen.
:
the i .fi ...

'ib. ensuing year. TIlE 'aLASTV Doyle is a graduate of the University of Florida 8. Appropriations for forest fire prevention and, +t
RIPE = *
BANANAS b0Specials forest impro'ement."Pa .
BUS TrackmenPlace AGE C of Agriculture, a member of Florida Blue Key,

I I r "Pa t National President of the Future Farmers- of 9. Supported legislation for regulation of substandard
f'METR000t0R'Cartoon
President of the University of Florida fertilizer.
-- America, Past

MEAt; In State I Agriculture Club, Farm Bureau Director, Florida.. Cattleman's Lets elect a Commissioner of Agriculture

: Wild & Wooly Hare Association State Director, selected one of
.... I IWE
of whom All Florida and Bradford Coun
[Continued From Page 1] fine outstanding young men of Florida in 1950 by ,

MEcKRQKEs ''b. 10 i|'jump of 12 feet j! ))., THURS. & FRI.Stay ', Florida Jaycees. ty especially can be proud.

f I The 880 relay team composedof < 25, 26 & 27

G. Half Whole Side I Jimmy Malone, Marion Cottle,! *" and Relatives in All Parts of
or friends
Tom Smith, and Freeman Regi-! M MBnH BHBMn W HMM M \Yrife-WiYe-Qr Telephone! Your

SMOKEi BACON Ib. 33< ';i I stet broke another school record WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS!

-. i V ,, .- ,.1 with a tone Win of In 1:34.3.Daytona: i j' BEST ACTRESS W Florida to Vote for DOYLE CONNER for Commissioner of Agriculture -


FLA. GRADE- A The Bradford thinclads! won I, SIMONE SIGtIORETa !

Ib. 37 every event except the shot-put] on May 24.
FRYERS u
I' in the Daytona Mainland Relays;j "ODd-

rand Pentathalon held there Tues-i -_... IJ .
RIB ANDBRISKET 'day. ]I f .

STEW ''b. 33 Events won were: J i il f .gTTfJS( e "
Shuttle hurdle relay Tom' n
r .
TO POLLS
TRANSPORTATION THE
l FOR FREE
1! Smith, Richard Duggar, DeWayne IOPPLUS .
SUNNYLAND I''ilcRae: Irwin Martin. ''I'II t f.

lb' Two mile alterating relay-Mike BEST SCREENPLAY PHONE WO 4-4501' .
.ALL MEAT WEINERS 49c Darby DeWayne McRae. I BY NEIL- PATERSO"* V' -
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THEATRE 4
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One and one-half mile run- ., .<

lb.l Lee Cogdill first John Adams i
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FRESH MULLET 19cOpen
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i third. Time, 8:01.4.In
(Adults Only No Childrens .
the shot-put relay the Tor- (Pd. PoL' Adv.)
Tickets or Students sold) ... -- -- ', -_" J- ;
nado team Tom Smith. Irwin I
7 DAYS WEEK UNTIL 9:00 P.M. i
,,Martin. John Adams, Richard i Cartoon: From Dime to Dime -
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l'I 'MYF, Members I I' ainily. Night

I Enjoy Outing Cupper Postponed


I :, The Intermediate Methodist'i The monthly Methodist Family

,:Youth Fellowship enjoyed a night has been postponed to Wednesday -

Treekeiid outing at the Roc-In.. evening' May 2i.: at 6:30

'Jacksonville' Beach from 'Fridav '.o'clock in Fellowship Hall with a


I I I. __ r.1.dva Mooty ','to The Sun 17 av.members were chaperoned '-I covered Methodist dish supper.Bishop Joe Valencia

swi -i ; by \ir. and Mrs. GEOrge I' of the Philippines will be the

t 1 Flower Show Miss Gilbreath I ) : t I HuggiLs, Mr and Mrs. Gilbert :, peaker. The public is cordially invited -

J I To 'Open Saturday \Veds Van Priest ;I : Gd\11.3 w1 Kathleen e, Mike Conway.Geldwire. and I to nttend-


In Woman's ClubThe In LakelandMiss ,I I WOODS FIRES

iGarden Club Sets
!
third annual, Flower .show, Nena Lynette Gilbreath of Four woods fires were reported

Sponsored by "the Starke Garden Lakeland became the'bride of Wil. ; : t ',- I Supper Meeting during the past week with a total t

Club will be held Saturday, May liam Van Priest of Stuke at 2 : t of 31,acres burned Since Jan. 1.

i5i-from 2'to 8 pm. and on Sun- o'clock Saturday afternoon in the q t k 4kA I The Staike Garden Club will 71 fires have been reported with,

day, May 22, from 1:30: to :5 pm.j chapel of the Florida Baptist .' ha\c a revered dish supper preceding I a total of 559.9! acres burned.

JVomall's ; .; ii ; __ -hl2_ __ _
at the Starke Woman's Club. No Children's Home in Lakeland. Rev.LeWis - -- ----- u. the final meeting and tn-I During the same period last year

admission will be charged, but D. llainrs, pastor of the Altar Societies Of St. Edward's And rtallatioii of,officers, on Monday I th"re Here only 28 fires witr 163.1
iilver donations will be appreci- First Baptist Church if Starke, \ Club ,Norman-Cox evening at 6:34: o'clock in St. acres burn* .

ated by the club. performed the ceremony.The Officers Installed William's I-lave Joint Installation I I Maik's', Parish House.

The general' public is invited to bride is the daughter ot Mr. Nuptials May 28 I Theme for .the meeting will be

exhibit in the educational and and Mrs. Thomas A. Gilbreath of At May BreakfastThe Members of St. Edward's Altar president' ,, all of St., William's.. ) ""How Did Your Garden Grow?" :NOTICE OF ITETI0S TOn

horticultural divisions. The horti- Lakeland and the bridegroom b Society of Starke and St. Williams Keystone; Mrs. Emerson. installing -i; The marriage of Miss Marilyn Supper arrangements mill be :m>TKu FICTITIOUS I'en"that NAME

cultural di1sion111 consist' of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G. Annual May Breakfast of I Altar Society of Keystone Heights officer; Father Cornelnn.PonghTty .Cox, daughter of Mrs. Eddie Lee in charge of Mrs. J. H. Hopkins, iI j undersigned Kctice is hereby under ,the provisions the

potted plants, annuals, perennials, i. Priest of Staike. the Slaike Woman's Club was held joint installation servicps,I : pastor of the. _two': 'Mrs. L. H Futch Mrs. Bynumjrvikins. .1 I of Chapter :0.I\ >3. bans of Florida
bulbs, hibiscus, floweringshiubs, Nuptial music was presentedby churches Mrs. Joe \Vallaee.tndIn Cox and the late Mr. C.ox to I and Mrs- Maxie Carter Acts of 1941 wlH register with the
I' held at the Officers Club, Camp I Sunday niht. after a. dinner In ; :Itik of. the Circuit Court, in andf.
flowering vines, orchids, roses, and George T. Jones soloist and Wanding: on Wednesday, May 11. i the Garden Restaurant. I,.. for Mrs. Owen Vaughn, : Jason Earl Norman, son of Mr. ( Sr. .,:- Bradford Count Florida upin .

day lilies. Mrs. Jones organbt-biolhpr-in- Mrs: C. l.,. Scholl, clairmanIgcelcrl Mrs Edmund Emerson of Palat- fl.f\V president of St. Edward'sAltar I and Mrs. George Tioy Norman, I \ I it this rece.pt notice of} poof the t\f publication

t'auty Out of This World" law and sister of the bridegroom the seventy-five guests '"\, president of the St Augmtine I Society: ; Mrs. Ogden Bates, \\ibe\\ an e\ent. of Saturday. MadisoiiSt.VMS d Southeastern Tank fictitious! Service.name 4J8N

will be the theme used. I I Given In marriage by her father, juter thanks had been returnedby Deanery of the 'National Councilof vice president: Mrs. C.. W. Powell evening. May 28:, at 7:30: o'clockin i i I Walnut which\ we ft are,StirKe.engaged Florida In busi.Mis under -.

the .biide chose a gown of silk Mrs. Lex (jieen, Spil'ltuallead- Catholic Women, installed the recording secretary; Mrs. Lester the First Methodist' Church. A t I The WMS of the Madison Street '

Ju'ddEthertonMarriage I organza with a front panel of er. Using as here' theme an old new' officers and gave an inspir- Humphreys, stand-in for Mrs. reception will follow in the church tl Baptist Church will hold its : II.' =U. Bellinger. 126 North W4lnm ..
St t: Starke Fla 99! cent Interett
imported Chantilly lace. At back, Chinese Proverb "Of a good leader I ing talk on "Truth, Unity and Richard l Richards: treasurer; and Fellowship Hall. monthly business and program : aud ,.3E.. Hildebran per 418 N.

HeldIn there was a big bow of silk when his task is finished, his !I Charity and the'Value of Prayer." Mrs. Francis: Meng. corresponding I meeting Tuesday' night, May 24, Walnut' St Starke. Fla 1 per cent

Clewiston organza. Her veil of illusion fell goal achieved they will say, 'We )Mrs. Emery H. Cooper served as fecretary, all of St. .Edward's. Friends and. relatives of, the i at 7:30: o'clock at the church. nlere&t.Dated tliin'26th day of April 1960

from a pearl tiara, and she carrieda lid this ourselves," Mrs. Scholl i master of ceremonies. After the installation cere- couple- are coiilially invited to attend i Circle will be in charge_ of the nt Starke, Bradford. County Florida -

Miss Glenda Sue Etherton, white orchid: on a white Bible. Pointed out how fortunate the:' Pictured' left to right are: Mrs. monies. Benediction of. the. Blessed the wedding and reception. : program. 42| 6 It fillt| ,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Miss Glenda Gilbreath attended club had been to have such lead- Lena! Clemens, .

Etherton of Clewiston,. and Airman -I her' sister as maid of honor, gown- ers ,in the past. The twelve past' rer' ; Mrs, Leo' 'st.'cretary-treaSU-1 Sacrament was held in'St.. Ed- -. --..-.- --- .. '_w------- -" _--_ --- -_ -- :-:=-.'_ -- __ _...-:\
ea in pink taffeta.Bridesmaida dcrit and Mrs. ward's Church.
2-c D. W. Judd. son of Mrs. nesidents' attending were indivi- ; ,

Freeman Johns of Starke, were were Miss Peloris, dually introduced and each gave I

united in marriage on Easter I Haynes and Miss Susan' Taylor. an account of an activity or accomplishment -

Sundiy in the Community Presbyterian Debbie Gilbreath sister of the during her term of I Your Sheriff f f -

Church. Ctevristoru! ,Rev. bride, was a junior! bridesmaid. office.: : _

Henry Horrell Ford officiated. Per hT: daughter's: wedding.Mrs. I .
Turning to the present leaders, J' .
Gilbreath gown of *:
wore a rose
Arrangements of white gladioli, I .ecognition was given to Mrs. ttrctct
lace ;
Easter lilies, and tuberoses, combined with matching accessories John Torode.: piesident of the ,
I Mrs. Priest, mother of the bridegroom .
with palms and lighted Junior Women. and Miss Anne r--. -1
chose pink lace with white
tapers were used in decorating the I Matthews. president of the Little D.
f
chancel of the church. ) !accessories. ,Both wore carnation Women,' and granddaughter of I

Mrs. John H. Doty, organist, I corsages. tiie oldest living piesldent of the

and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens, realist pan Priestof Live Oak was best club, Mrs. W. E;. Middlelon.. '
and usheis Charles
man were
presented a program!; of nuptial Mrs. J. W. Kmcaid, co-chair-, ,
Lawson, James Taylor, and _
music. man of the social committee, pre- j *1J'r -

:Thc bride, given in marriage by Thoma. Gilbreatji. Granvil Jones tented Mrs. H. B. Peyton, outgoing I .

her father, wore a.gown of white ct; Jackr.on'il1Va'J junior ush r. piesidentith a gold PastPresident's : ; '

Chantilly lace over taffeta. Her A color scheme of pink and pin from the club in I 4t-' '- t
white was used in the bride's _
veil of illusion attached
fingertip wu lecognition of her faithful service .
to a tiara of seed pearls;. home for the reception. during her two year tenure _

and her flowers were white car- After a wedding trip to South I of office.: Mrs. W B. Parks, housC

nktions, Mexican tuberoses, and Florida, the 'couple will reside in chairman, was given a gift for !

orchids, arranged in a cascade Jacksonville. where the bude- !tier outstanding. peiiormance of I *f __I Says :
bouquet. glOOl11 is employed. duty. '

; The maid of honor, Miss Bev- Looking to their future leaders, I New Chapter Of Delta Kappa Gamma!
,
erly1 Egley, and. bridesmaids,. Miss ,Agnes Parrish. the chairman recommended a set Receives Charter. And I Installs Officers LET'S- LOOK AT THE RECOI ONMOONSHINE -
1.r1i?es Martha- :Jlare and Beverly of injunctions' entitled "A Year- I I .
Is Honor Guest
EtJ, trton. were gowned alike in Garden For Club Memb '
round I :The organization meeting of Cove, corresponding secretary
blue lace,wore ever matching taffeta.They At Lovely Shower 'rs." after 'which Mrs. L. 0.1 Alpha Nu Chapter: of Delta .Kapl.a -!I Sallie O'hIara.Macclenzi.' : 'parliamentarian -; I
matching headpiecesand
bouquets Powell installed the following new I :. Gamma Society, for Women ; Dorothy Phipps,,' installing -
carried ARRESTSDuring
of yellowcarnations 160-61 in an impiessive -I -
Miss Agnes Parrish. bride-elect officers- for
Teachers was held Friday, May I I officer. .
in cascade
r .arrang.emenb. the for lovely president, I :
was inspiration a ceremony:
13, al 3 p. in. in the-home of Mrs: After the installation, refresh- ,. .. .
miscellaneous\ shower.- given last Mis\ .'D.L. .-:'J"liomas; first vice- i A. Russell Norman.. Nu Chapter I II ,iinents.. were' served'by the 'Bradford '-' .
Mr Judd had as besf.raan.Airrijan. educational E. Hall second''
riday evening in the Mrs. A. ;
president r
divided and formed Alpha Nu members, who were hostess-
'2-c, Robert Honeycutt. Malcolm building of, the .Pine'Level Bap- vice-pitsidcnt Mrs. Hollis,,I I;Chapter, including Baker BractII -I I.ej. The'. tea table was covered. I the last three! years we have had '46 arrests' for moon-

;4 Etnerton.. brother of the tist Church. Hostesses for, the Knight; third vice-president, 'Mrs. I !crd; Clay and, Union counties. with Madeira- : cutwork :linen ; In' with
shining. connection
these
1iri 1e. was' ring bearer, and ushers affair were Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, : fourth vice-]I,II Miss Delia Rosenberg: president I I I cjoth centered with an arrangement arrests, 55, stills were destroyed,
w,er* Jimmy Wilson''and Matt Fate Brown, Mrs.. Owen Alvarez, president; Mrs.1 Harry II. Rabb. I along with 42,510) of mash '
jof Nu Chapter, presided over the i. ol,red.roses m a silver bowl'I I gallons ; and 23 cars were confiscated.;
.
rewitt.: Mrs. Paul Faulkner. Mrs. James Jr., .recording secretary: Mrs. A. I I meeting. Mrs.. Dorothy Phipps of and flanked by silver candelabra

I )4r3. Etherton., mother ,of the Starling. 1\Iis..J. G. Jackson Mrs. Russell' Norman. ; corresponding !Gainesville: seCond State' vice- oding! red' tapers. Appointments '

tridE': wore. a sheath" dress. withJacket Freddie Watterson, Mrs. B. M. secretary. Mrs. T. C. Hazerw.. Jr.; | president, presented the charter were of silver, and punch was I The Following Letter From An Official

: of beige brocade. Her McRae Mrs. Austin Finder, and jreasuier, Mrs. Herbert Thomas. i and installed 'the officers of the served from a crystal bowl by
flowers were orchids. Mrs. Fred Haislop.Arrangements Aftef "installation! ,. Mrs. C.
new chapter. Mrs. Kate Sheppard. -
"MrS. ,Johns mother of the showed of the State Beverage Dcpt. Speaks, for itself
social
J. Houpt, :
_' ,of pink roses Those installed {pictured a- In addition to officers, the ,
bridegroom' wore a blue 4men throughout the hall carried out slides of the 192W: Bali Hal May ,. 1-rl uere-1st row: Martha following charter members were

sheath nd a corsage of white the 'pink color motif. The refreshment Day Breakfast after which the Rogers Green Cove. ,Springs present: Marie Burnsed. Anna .'. : '
orchids. "AmericaThe
table was lovely with an club joined in singing president; Karlie Tyler Macclen- Hel.'e!' Devlin, Blanche Douglas
After the ceremony, a reception Italian cutwork cloth and centered Beautiful." the club song. '2nd president Tommie ,
ny. vice ; Wnifred, Geiger, Oreon Harris .
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held at the home .
therlde's
was of with pink roses and greenery. Attractive perennial arrangements Nolin. Starke, recordingsecre- Edna Hart. Mrs tt, O- Johns, Alma State of Florida -
.r parents. The bride's table the ,of pink geraniums were .
Balancing arrangement were I Louise Johnson. ThraJohn- -
was covered with cutwork cloth, tary,; Edna Sistrunk. Starke trea- -
: a crystal candelabra with burning used effectively to decorate the son, Muriel S. Norman, Delia Beverage DepartmentJacksonville .. :
and 'centered by a three-tiered pink tapers. Crystal compotes, Idng banquet tables for the If"AChil sU1(>r.2nd'row. : Kathryne Epper- Uosenberg. Kate Sheppard. Loca :. ;, : .
,
wedding cake. Punch and cake s-on, Fake Butler, 1st vice presi- -. .. .
held mints and nuts. A crystal eGn. Whitten Rhoda Williams, and .
!,j were! served in the Fonda room. punch bowl set in a bed of fern I II dent; Eleanor Rupiwrt Green Mary Zellner. .... -r ,- ':' '
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Where the wedding gifts. were'dis- buds : .*. .\ .
interspersed with. rose I Ten MembersOf 1924. Bertha Street s. "
--I. played. centered the punch table. The II I 1st BaptisiVMS New BPW Officers '
After a trip to points of interest Madison Street, : : :
many lovely and useful gifts were
in.Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Judd returned displayed on lace covered tables. Helen Masters Circle of ths ,Are Installed! 'May\ 10; 1960 '
'I to Homestead GA Honored met : j.-' .+ The Honorable P. D. Reddish '. ". ., -v '
.: whe.re they I Amoi":: the 75 guests were Mrs. Frs :Baptist:; Church WMS f
._. __ el,__ _I air amp OIL ns I': Miss Macige Middfe'tonwas'.installed : : ,
-. IcuIII iU 'Ihl 1N.VV. %ui :)L'1 Joel Parrish of Lake Butler, The Woman's Missionary Society :kttio) a. m. Tuesday In the- recreation Thursday, May 12, Sheriff Bradford County ; ; :/ /. '
as
mother of Ihe bride-elect, and of the Madison Street Baptist room with nine membersihfsent. president: of 'the'Sfiirke-BPW-Cliioat Bradford County Court House .- -.- Yj, '- '
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Mrs. Houpt Hostess Mrs. J. C. Sapp of Starke, motherof Chureh presented ten 'mem-i I was" '"Missionary.' Topic of the'Organizations. program, ," I: dinner. .e.tl1g..in.: the ',Garden Starke, Florida. f *,, : :"- j.. ', -4
S
To Members OfSuhdsy.School the bridegroom-elect. bers of the- Girls Auxiliary in al I ', Restaurant Other officers j.S. ,
and:: Mrs. J. P. Dill gave a report "' "
Class coronartion ceremony at 1::30 p in. I on tewa d hp.! Mrs. J, E.: Hilde- 'will be Mrs. Muriel GUhooly, first Dear Sheriff Reddish: .J :,!,': .- ,
Denmark-Alderman Wednesday :May U. The girls vice president Mrs.Willie Mae .It. '
bran, program chairman, '. gave I ; ; 1'- : .
of "
the basis 4 *
f'
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Mrs.' C J. Houpt's SundayS Wedding Plans were their work presented with on the organization, I;I tie' devotional. :..; I Denton, second vice'president; "These..figuI s-rdIdthe t records of the State Beverage..Department

school class, 'The King's Daughters. during the past year. ;! Mrs. M. B" Jordan served' as :jMrs"'secretary: Mildred; Mrs.Dole Helen; recording Harley, of stiLts' and/or wen. < bine whiskey' arrests made in Brad( L'; county,

." of the First Baptist Church -Miss Bettie! Sue Alderman of "AQueen's '.master I of 'ceremonies and prejssm'ea | in investigations of which weremade, with theassistanceofUie..Sheriff'.
Seletta Thomas gave secretary and Mrs.
j corresponding
held a delightful luncheon Saturday lake: City will become the brideof Queen the Queens for the Day, Ii ; Office Bradford ".
for
I believe thii
: Love," and Qyen Geraldine Ida.Mae Shaw treasurer. County.'I : record will speak ita1f. .
at Mrs. Houpt's home on N. Dr. J. E. Denmark' son of Mrs.P. "What GA I II who were. members.. representing: .
discussed The incoming District Director.ML '"
Walnut street' S. Denmark of Starke, on Sat- Gay mi. i\nary .or organization! counsel : i
to Me." Mrs. P.' T: Nolin, [: Valerie Shoemaker Jacksonville YEAR 'STILLS MASh'CAHS.IEFENANTS
Means Mrs. H. B. Hamilton, Mrs. J. s : : ._ .
The class colors. pink and uiday. May 21,. at 5 p. m. in the era .
WMS president, led in ,prayer. I : I Beach, served -asinstalling! ; .
Mrs. L. II. Out "
of E. Hildebran.; and '
white, were carried out in the First Methodist Church Lake 1957' "- 16 16,200 10. :18.
Alderman Is the Others' resented were Princess. law. officer, and the impressive ceremony .
att&ctive City. Miss I
table decorations. The Ladies- highlighted the Club's Col- '1958 23 20,625 :5 / '15
Daughter of Mrs. Kie Alderman Barbara Sue Edwards;;two ". : ;
buffet table held ,
a center arrange- '
xnent\ of in basket. and the late Mr. Alderman of in-Waiting. Gay :Mabry,. and Betty Ida Darby-Circle met with Mrs. IkcL:: 1953 16 5,683 8 0113
pink roses
a .
The.four dining tables were cen- Wildwood- Ann Register;, and six maidens: L. ..G.. .Ppwell.witfr ,.H memberspresent Other guests ,wee' ,Miss Freda. 1960 2 1,475. 21.:. .' -,11.

tired Chaplain James Burris will officiate Sandra Register, Patsy Helms. ; and, two. visitors present.Mrs' Hardee, Bradford High' v School- ] : ---

f pink, larkspur.with bud White vases place filled cards with at the ceremony, assisted Tiffian' Mabry..; Jane Smith, and !: : W.'.B. J.lundy .taught- tvo fenior girl, who TdU; receiv r..the's.vard'glveri '- In the 2 years that I have .had this. District Office,. oar: cooperation

tied;i with pink diplomas marked .by Rev. W. R. Boland. Mrs. Sandra and! Carolyn Sullivan, chapters* od.b of the -:book, "Partnerswith 1'te; the: girl am with uallibyihe''cIul the .' nighesi!:: with .you and jour Deputies has been excellent and it, Is my belief that

Ui Geneva Hoffman will be the organist The : was arranged by ; ., '
'program i
? eating arrangement. : moonshine stills
information regarding moonshine
fcholastic average: hi ail business I any! ? and/or. : Whiskey
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The four EllIS senior girls, I and James Beaty of Lake Mrs. D. L. Thomas' .and MrS', Clyde. I Bro\t'nle Circle : met at the subjects; and 'Miss Margaret I and other violations within our jurisdiction have been' dealt with in an
will furnish nuptialmusic. I .
soloist : .
LaMee
Kay Sale Carol teRae, City
LJnd IJnkous: of Jackson 'Ule- Beach honest and
:; home of "MrsM, T. Ha#>n-with forthright man er.
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Mary Lou Edwards. and Pat A mother-and-daughter ban %
11 membersand one. visitor pre.'State on<:tice president.
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of Jack-
.Anderson, were presented with Mrs Kate Alderman elect, quet > was: held'at. the, church- sent. Tro chapters. of the' book "- Mrs!,Desta Dyal, retiring 'rnstrftt '. Very sincerely, : ..' ,
graduation Also at &O,:1 'ille. sister of the bride :
gifts. included in
Thursday.with Circle One, Three Director announced t I Ralph N. Pickles
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Mra.E. i
mil be maid of honor Miss Cynthia '"Piay Ye", were taughlby .
the luncheon were mothers of the -
W. statewide picnic to be held ii 1 District Supervisor '
Alderman niece of the bride charge. Hostesses were Mrs.: J. I D.'Tenlj. '

class members. elect, will, be flower girLS. I Furlong, Mra. S.: E. Sparks, and I Kissimmee on May:, ?3, Severa IRNPjrnt: t I -
Assisting in Mrs.
serving were the local' group
nembers of plai 1 -
L F. Dinkins, Mrs. Lex Green G. Denmark; ,. brother ,of the. Mrs. IL A. Lawson. I Recent Births -
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Mrs: L. H. Jennings. and Mrs. W. br1de- m-l'lect, as V -
i. best man. Ushers will be Warren Dr. and Mrs. Marcus: F. ,Brown
B.; Parks. ;
'. Winkler, G. J. McGnff Jr. and Graves Reunion cf New Port Richey. announce the Girl Scouts-Elan .* The April 21 issue of the Bradford County Telegraph quoted

DCT Club Holds Joseph end John.JL V Anderson lensk1. all of of Cocoa.A Starke.. Members of the Graves' and tirth of a :son. Craig: Anthony,I'Weekend Camp'Tnp Federal Judge Dozier D Vane, who tried the .recent case involving
born May 13. Mrs:M. F-Brown of
Year End reception will be held Immediately Abernathy family, and friends I I will several Bradford County ,defendants including former
Party '
the at the are invited to. theii'annual reunion Starke is the paternal grandI The Girl Scouts go on :a a
after ceremony .
,The" Diversified Cooperative. home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J- Johnson to be held Sunday; May I mother. !camping Register Jr.trip,summer to the home Freemai a deputy sheriff, as follows: "There's not a line' of testimony in

Training group of BHS had an Sr. All friends and relatives 29.: at Gold Head Branch: Stats I,Illampton Lake this weekend this case that is any reflection
end ,of. the year party at Camp, are invited to the wedding and rark near Keystone Heights. Bradford County Hospital announces t The girls will-mee't! dt the,horn e

Montgomery on Crystal. lake .Sunday -,reception. the' following births: t of Mrs. R. B-: Cauffman 319. fl
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:'afternoon. Methodist MenThe Mr. .and Mrs. Bobby Faile,I Myrtle avenue. Saturday morninat ; I '
1 This Is The Record Do Not
The group enjoyed swimming, Beta Sigma Phi Hampton. a daughter, Sandra,! 9' oclock. They will retun Be Mislbd

canoeing and a barbecue during Methodist Men's S ppeJI Kay, May 12. Sunday afternoon. Scouts ar

the afternoon. They were. chaperoned : The Beta Sigma: 'PhI\ sorority 7 has been postponed to Mond'ajeTening. !Mr. and Mrs. Ezie Thornton. asked to have their equipmen Check It For Yourself!
by Mrs. J. M. Allen. Mrs. will meet Monday evening at 8 I Kaiford. a son, May 13. and bed rolls at Mrs. Cauffman1

L. 'R. Green. Mr. and Mrs. it A.. o'clock at the home of Mrs. Jerry 7 May 23. at 6:30 o'clock'' Mr. and .}{rs.' Harold Smith. home Friday evening. so she ca:a (?d. PoL Adv.)

Payne-- Mr. and Mrs Bill Costello Gay with Miss. Betty. Durling, as. at the Kingsley Lake home of C.. Star e. a daughter,'Karea Doshia;pack them in advance forth e .. .

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"'- - round here trying to. cut under In Ike Court Of The C.uaty Judge C. D. Edwards cause on or before the 26th day of
editorial Y some dog fennel that got about 10 Ilrndford COHXT. Stale Of Florida. ,Executor for the Estate of Nellie Jute, A D. 1960, and that you hall
r Farmer's E. Mnith Deceased thereafter on or before the 20th
Diary In
foot .high. in a fertilized field. At Probate.In 1. Frank Landrum tla, of June A. D. I960, serve a
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,\ r oiie tune ins disgust, he tried saw- Re: Estate of Xellie E. Smith [tax SUo Starke. Florida espy of your defenses if any, on
Dto<:toa. d. Ajrrney for the Estate. 1'hiliu! Barton. 21! Southeast First
I By Sam MeGarvcy ing 'em down with a pulpwood ,'(. All Creditors And Persons ;;!11! 4t 6'9! i Strut, Gainesville, Florida, attorney
The Ballot/ L'dVl'. t for the plaintiff and immediately
Study llarin? Claims Or Dt'mandsgalnst
Saul Estate In The Circuit Court Of Florida.Flshth thereafter file the original in my
I : Judlelnl Clrrnrt .. And office Upon failure to comply witheither
churches will observe Soil Stew- Alice's sweet peas are a delightto you and each of you are hereby For. Rradford County. IB Chaarer of the afcove a decree promfe8SO
It would be a good idea for all voters plan- I aiclship: Week. her, for with the cool nights -i..M if led and required to present Neil ('. Albert. Plaintiffs Luther will be entered against you
: !.!I>' claims or demand which T Albert, Defendant.NOTICE a.-ccrding to law.
ning to to the next and all they just keep right on blooming. you seal of our
go polls Tuesday ( 5.S :: o r either of you may have against OF SUIT witness my hand and
qualified voters should-to) study the sample Got some cuttings of deep red 'One patch in particular, with red usft.d tne (Mate, of Nellie E. Smith, de- To Luther T. Albert, P. O. Bosm Cit-uit_\ n 1SSO Court, this 10 day of May
ballot in this issue of The Telegraph in order crepe myrtle from who blooms: is a sight to behold. >' of late of Bradford 'ounty. Madison, Wisconsin! SEAL)
a woman :<;* Florida to the County You are hereoy notified that there
: to avoid last-minute confusion. d said: "I'm glad to give you some, Jade of Bradford County Florida. has been filed by Nell C. Albert, in Charles A. Parby Clerk Circuit
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for they say that if you share Cow owner said this week: Now -'d,1 tl: hs County office in in the$tarHe court, house Florida of, the. Circuit Florida Court her of Bradford Count Cortiy Marian U Crosby. Deputy Clerk
complaint
: It will be noted that the second column, I jour flowers, they grow better"S's would be a good tune, when my ,:.it rin eight ('alf'ndat.months from .''"U and the relief therein against prayed I iiuti; |) Barton.
Green beans and squash are th tip1e. of the first publication of Attorney far Plaintiff
f<>: is a divoue
of
to the National
consisting delegates
Conven in and cows are hunting hade, for the ni-1 notice. Each claim or demand Si' S. s. Jilt Street
: tion are voted for, not individually, but coming now they are a That old weather expert Sam .hi' be in writing and shall state Tnis is therefore to command you I Gainesville: Florida
a
as real treat, especially if the beans tax assessor to come count them." the place of residence and post of- lo file your written defense In said i-U U 6-0
: bloc, simply by placing an X in the circle at :who is wrong, every .time.] feels f-e
are cooked with a mess of the That sounds like a good idea, un- address of the claimant jnd --
that there is a dry spell coming shad- : be sworn to by the claimant. ]
the top of the column. Irish led potatoes. We prefer the less Gene Long was hunting the lllI
hi.s Men's Clothing
on. Could be that it's his corns, agent or attorney and any suchriann mii ALVAREZ' STORE
larger squash although the market shade at the.same time. or demand not so filed !shall (I 1891 I
: but j it Established
Some voters may also be puzzled by the heading calls for the little baby crook- then again might be that hr \"(.d.

: "Candidates Preferring George A. Smathers necks. it's just quit raining. _
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: President" that will be found at the top of S. 1 : -
worth a trip" over throughthe
: the delegate list. Alice is putting berries in the 1I
( Brooker area these days Just I
freezer this week and making jam S
: This does not to see the pretty crops*they have
they Senator
mean actually expect aid it is just like old times for Vote For
coming along. They're about tostart
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Smathers to receive the
Democratic nomination us to have berries again. There picking beans and digging
a for President. It means that Florida is are still berries around for those
: sending its delegates to the Convention pledged who want to put some up. i'C.tfitoes now. .5.

: to vote for Smathers on the first ballot as a S. Best time to get weeds, according -

S "favorite son" candidate. After the first or Note to the weatherman: Sir to the experts! is when they ,

: second ballot, when Smathers is eliminated, then ':lU are slightly mixed up. Here are only an inch, high I the

the Florida delegation is free of its pledge and it is the third week in May and !weeds not the experts]. That
the nights are as cool as they usually ,
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a may vote for whomever the individual delegates are in early spring. Wake rounds like good advice, for we .. HOGAN SMITHFOR
well remember seeing a farmer a-
: prefer. This is supposed to give Florida. a better t.4", man it belongs to be warm

bargaining position. at the convention. i at: this time.
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: There is strong opposition in the delegationto i The tobacco crop is growing .-

: a unit rule system which would require all 1 1 ;fast, and growers are busy budaoisoning ,

a the Florida votes to go to one candidate, so they and hand suckering.

could, conceivably, be split three or four different; A:1d speaking of that, experts ad-
a vise: careful use of MH-30 for

a ways.A suckering, as buyers are likely to.
majority of the delegates are believed to)
lean toward Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Texas, andS [ at the market. Latest advice t .

n. Smathers has said publicly that Johnson is 5 on: the market is that it will open

probably' more acceptable to the rank-and-file the third week in. July. < :i rk,

Florida voter than any other leading contender. 1

But Smathers has also said that no Southerner Twin calves from beef cattle DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
a:( .certainly uncommon. Talked .d Mj c fi't
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including Johnson, has a chance of getting the -
.nomination. t? a stock raiser who is 80. years :, 'fa
old who has had cattle all his

.: There is also in the iife r and his father before him 1 Y.I1
support delegation for
and he has never had any of his I1 TUESDAY MAY 24 1960
Sen. John Kennedy of Massachusetts\ and Se ri. cows bring twins. ,

Symington of Missouri, and even some for the .

twice defeated Adlai Stevenson, who insists he Hog prices came up a little this "We could finish the house if I L; < HOGAN SMITH was born Hawthorne in Alachua
is not 'a candidate, but could still be chosen asa week and that is a help to then you'd get a loan from 1,1, 1ifV ,

a compromise selection if none of the others ca sine raisers. County and has lived in Bradford
poll the necessary votes for victory. .s LOCAL FINANCE CO. k541 County for the

Those in the political know are saying that Our little magnolia tree that An emergency may make it difficult past 40 years.

e Symington looks like the best bet to get most \.e got down near Melrose is for you tol make_ ends_ '

of the Florida delegation votes if Johnson falls :to rowing folks fine who now.know but it according will not meet. Consult us on fast, confidential I'I'I II

by the wayside. low-cost loans.GALORE I
bioom before 16 years. That's a Experience is needed in this important office. The HOGAN SMITH'S LETTERTO

The choice of a delegation chairman will un mighty long time to plan on, butw211 I office of County Commissioner is one of the most

doubtedly influence the final Florida vote. Sena ::-ow.have the joy of watching it I important in our county. It is responsible for raising THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: .

tor Holland, strongly pro-Johnson, is being boom $5. finances to pay the bills, not only on our operating

ed for the post, although Rep. Robert Sikes has Real lovers of the soil say thai t S .I I expenses for the county, but the huge amount which I desire to express to you again my deepest grati ,

some support. no man really owns land that he I we must put into our roads, bridges, schools and other tude and appreciation for the wonderful vote you .
is meiely the facilities. gave me for County Commissioner District
steward of it dur- necessary 3, on
Gov.
Leroy Collins is a delegate, but presumably ing Qj$ peripd of pwnership, and May 3. The vote for this office is now countywide andI
is no longer in the running for chairman tnat he '
because of recurrent that he better. Should tryto leave it in 1 1 I .OUT\ .county has; grown rapidly in the last 15 years would appreciate my friends in every precinct vot
reports shape
might I
get amore it[ over than when he took 'I and necessarily our'road;?, schools and other expenses ing for me. Although I have lived here with you for
important This
assignment as keynote speakerfor Sunday many of the have greatly increased. Our county budget and our over 40 years, this is the first time I have asked )

the convention. Collins is mum on who he I. I school budget are probably] 10 times as great as for any public office or appointment or recognition. '
wants for president, possibly because he is
being I they were 12 :years ago. This is necessary, but we I sincerely desire to serve our County as County Com-
boomed in circles for the FOR
some vice presidentialpost. have in Bradford County one of the finest road sys- missioner because I feel! and hope that I may be ableto

tems and one of the finest school systems that can be'found contribute some helpful service to our wonderful

It will be noted, from a study\ of the ballot, THE GRADUATE I in any county of twice our population in the county and to the people in our county.I .

that voters have no choice in the election of dele- State of Florida. We are proud of our fine school build-

gates next Tuesday. Democrats. must vote for AT KOCHi{ I ings, our fine staff of school teachers, our school have been busy with my own affairs for
a long
the slate pledged, to Smathers, and Republicansfor employees, and our county employees. They are largely while, but recently have
arranged little affairs -
the Nixon slate, since they are the only ones responsible for this fine development] of our schools, to where I can and will sincerely my and own continuously

on the parties' respective. ballots.. Enchant Her roads and other county facilities. I -
Please Him give full time and the very best service that I can

"' Other party offices at stake next Tuesday ,i' in this office and for our county and for our people.
t
Business i is needed in the office of Coun-
are Democratic and Republican national com- At Graduation With A Gift'Time experience I will be fair and just to all and will do all within
By ty Commissioner to raise these funds for these purposes -
mitteeman and committeewoman.} These appear my power to help handle our county's affairs in a
and to properly spend them, and to at the
in the last column the ballot manner which will be not only to best interest
on and are voted WithCosmetics i your
Old.S
piceFaberge
same time provide for and take care of the best interests
for in the usual manner, by making an X mark but pleasing to the people of our county.
after toe of the people of our county in every way, large

name. By For Men and small.

Of paramount interest locally, of course, I shall work diligently for the prompt completionof

are the names in the first column, which include F aberge'f. Yardley Hogan Smith is experienced in handling his own four-Ianing of 301 from Starke to the Alachua

State candidates for Governor, Secretary of State, Revlon For Men affairs and is best qualified to handle our public affairs County line I shall also use my efforts to hard sur-

and Commissioner of Agriculture; and county ':. lie is strictly honest, straight, and in every face several needed links in our county road .system,

candidates for Sheriff, and County Commis Coty'f. Mennen way an outstanding, useful, and helpful citizen. such projects as the' loop around New River Baptist

sioner, District Three. Max ,Factor < Church at New River Station, a road from the East

Although sometimes it is hard Yardley LEATHER KITS cattleHe operated timber and turpentine business: and side of Heilbronn Springs to the store on the Lawtey

back to get voters raising in our county for many years and hasa Road and the road from the vicinity of the Buddy
to the polls in the *
should be no such difficulty Second Primary, there Hazel ,Bishop AND 'record of honest, square, and upright dealing in' Norman place north to Bill Reddish's corner, and

hard-fought Sheriffs next Tuesday. A Marcelle BILLFOLDS every instance with every employee] and every con- several other needed Knks for our local citizens. I

Bradford race, and the fact that cern with which he has done business. He has let shall also work for opening up some of our lake frontsin
voters will --
be --
endorse native son coming out strong to out most of his land but still raises a few cattle, but the county and to place there some docking facili-

Doyle Conner for Commis is not tied down with his personal affairs. ties for our people to have recreation and fishing
sioner of Agriculture will insure a heavy vote Graduation Day Special privileges ,

here on May 24. That is as it should be. The job 1 .*
Hogan Smith1 is willing to and.will., if elected, :give
is
only half done with the First Nationally Advertised f
Primary
voting.
his entire time to the duties and higher responsibilities
Every qualified voter should return to the.polls Mr. Smith .has been pioneer in forestry develop-
AMITY BILLFOLDS of the office: of County Commissioner. He will l
next Tuesday and complete what was started FOR HIM ment and first in
on was man county to begin plowing
truly, diligently, efficiently, and honestly serve the
May 3.Golf. AND HER fire lines
people of our..county full time and will give the wise and protecting and planting pine trees.I .

REG. $5.00 judgment and sincere efforts that he always gave to

Course Looks GoodIn GRADUATION SPECIAL his own business when he was in charge of it. It is shall take a deep interest in every duty of the
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fortunate that the people of Bradford County havejhe office and give this work my full time and my full
spite of setbacks due to weather condition opportunity to have a servant for them of the
ONLY thought and consideration. If you elect me, I want
that have made grass-growing difficult, the new experience, character, and quality of Hogan Smith. you to feel free to call on me at any time at anyplace

Starke golf course is shaping up remarkably well I ." Hogan Smith has always been charitable, kind, and for any assistance or help that I may be able

and those who know about such things declare generous to every one and has been known to borrow to afford in the carrying out of our county's affairs

*it will be one of the best lay-outs in the State. The Newest In Cameras By Kodak money t to'give to those in' need; has contributed to and I also want you to know that your suggestionsand

It is easy to see what a tremendous asset the the construction of several churches; and has been your recommendations and your advice in any

golf course will be to Starke and Bradford Coun. a faithful member of the Starke Methodist Church
FOR HIM AND HER and all matters at all times will be welcomed by me '
ty, both in providing needed recreation for our '. I for manvvears. It is doubtful that he has ever turned and will be appreciated.

own residents, and an incentive for tourists to Sheaffer Pens I a deaf ear to any one in distress or in. need.

remain in the area longer than their customary and Pen. .Sets- 'r' :"J, I. .

overnight stops. .' '. I Hogan Smith's services, experience, judgment, and Again thanking you for your confidence shownin
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Golf WE GIVE HARVEST DAY COUPONS i unusual ability and honesty are needed to help to your first primary. vote, I sincerely ask you to
courses expensive
more are to build, and much Two Registered Pharmacists handle the financial affairs and other affairs of our go to the polls on the 24th and vote for me and helpto
money will be needed on Duty to Serve You.
to
complete the work
County Commission in
Quality Bradford County. elect me County Commissioner.
Drugs
and and Lowest
construct the Prices
necessary club house. Sufficient Always! at Kochs I


money now that has the been course pledged is shaping to do these up into things such, and a Open Sunday Daily ,8>9:00 A.M.A.M.to 1:30 to 9:00:P.M.P.M.I -":. ,.... II. Vote for Hogan Smith for County, Commissioner -- Countywide Vote

beauty it is
hoped that enthusiasm will
grow,
along with the grass, and necessary funds will be ::: II For District 3, Next Tuesday

forthcoming.THE Try KOCH's Jiffy Delivery Service, .
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It's FREE "' .'; -* .l1ij: :..: ,t I' >, .r ':<-., o. _- Sincerely Yours .

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CEMETERY WORKING Th:. Florida Statutes, as amended. I' PRECINCT 'NO. Graham !J K'MUX MILLER. Plaintiff of the Clerk of the Circuit 'Court
CITY SOFTBALL.//Co. B Given Tools Stolen I Done And Ordered- Tallahassee ; Citrk: John A. J. lIcKinl Y; In- ,, 18. '.-. IT bsforp :tilt day _v f Mr. ;.. A.D,
I There will be working at Mc- Florida this loth day of Ma1960.. liturs: JUtlif Davis;, Frances M.j i "LOKEXCE K. MILLER., Defendant. 13U: o'hCittioV lie u'kg.il "1 *f
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LEAGUECity Superior RatingIn From City Barn SI| W. May Walker I'J'I'tTbdma C. Erougbtun.PHKCIXCT IVOTICE TO APPKIHTO sail CvmpUlnt Mill W iet a
I inney Cemetery on FridayMay NO.. li Hampton "Ollf.'lJ>ed uy' you; -
Judge of the Circuit Court of the! I
MaintenanceThe Second Judicial Circuit of .'Ierly, H. ,Maw'U: Inspectors FI.OREXCE K, MILLER i This notice shaft 'l\10. pub.:,al!.. *
Softball results for Various hand tools were stolen 20. All interested persons are invited Florida .
League i in and for Leon County. I Ethel H. Shealy; Kad B. \Yat- 238 Olney St. once each week: Mr (ow t-uiis w'
last week: 1 from the barn at the city damp !: to come and bring lunch Ii/Ut:: 6,: I, i'-..ou; tart F. Knight; Floy L. Cannon. -| Providence. Rhode Island. I t"etet'ksin the Bradford Cuuuty
Camp Blanding over Co. C, 19-2; third Army annual techni-|! Saturday night by a person or!;,and tools to work with.-John __ I IntCIX'T t'-U are hereby notified that a 1 Teh-graph.
I Camp i I NO.Tliere; sa i yittt" for divorce has been filed a- rated this itu day Of April
Waldo over Lions Club 13-8; : cal inspection of Co. B, persons who broke the lock on'i McKinney. Tll'E: Clerk: John E. Hammond; Intptnicrs i'alnH you in the above named'Curl A,U..' 1969. .
Garden over Co. C, 12-9; Blanding. was 'conducted on May!! the door. Deputy Sheriff Dolph .. 'Notice is hereby given that the I : utlce! D. Suarle: Virginia I and cause and you are re-1 I (FFICIAL SEAL)
!' following Clerks and, Inspectors T Dryden; Cljde Halt; Hazer L.I i, fitiirwJ to serve a copy of your an- CHARLES, A. DAKBT.
Blanding over Waldo 20-11 Reddish said that fingerprints are %O. 17013 ; -
; 3, resulting in a rating of su have been appointed for the Second HowelL hue or pleading to the complain I
Garden over Lions, 81. perior. ,bang investigated. I OltUGR!State! TO Poard M1OW Of C A '? Of Primary Election to l..., held Tues: PRECINCT! NO. 4-New RHer I i on the. Plaintiffs,( Attorney John J'I I Marian Clerk Circuit L. Crosby.Court.By Deputy Cler>
Education rn'w. Jr of Florida,
Another and day. May 24, A. D. 1960. in the var- r.'erk: Andrews; In- Maoclenny. :
UsddiBh.lt.
entering
Schedule for this week: breaking i Fl Thursday, May 19-Lions vsl I The inspection? revealed that was reported on May 8 when unknown -j Cite.Action Constitution*: :3 I and 18 of Article XII of tt'U"Flarida precincts: of Bradford County, I j.Marion spwtors:Floyd Winnie Wiggins Mae; ; Andrews Gertrude; !!, __J

Blanding, 7 p.m.; Waldo vs Co.I the major items of equipment, persons believed to be! of the State ofFlcrida WECIXCT' NO. 1 La n ley Jlj-Un Krlky.PrtECINCT I

C, 9 p.m.Friday. i with the applicable on-vehicle I children, broke the lock on al I I Petitioner I, Eunice.Clerk:Earl Authur Mosley.Pearce Stanley Haruld Craw. NO. 5-.Brooker ."
1 V* Clerk: M. p. lUrroll; Insp. ton
May 20-Garden vsWaldo. I material, were found to be in an I i rear door at Harley's Garage on:' The State of Florida, et aL, I ford. Alma Thompson, Hazel Jones. Leo A. Dyal; Dorothy Jean Douglas II
7 p.m.; Co. C vs Lions.; Highway 16 East and took a quantity -!1 HespDftd nt8. PHEC1NCT XO.Xorth Starke : Mary Ellen Harrtll.ty .
outstanding state of I Ii Clerk: Charles Hardy Inspectors
: operational ; : of PUBLIC INVITED
To The State Of Florida And The order of the Board County
of salted peanuts candy bars?!: i I
Club, 9 p.m.Thursday | I feral Property Owners, Taxpayers E. A. WInkler. Elizabeth T. Shaller; ': Commissioners! of Bradford County
26-Garden readiness. and two cartons of cigarettes.)I Citizens And Others Having Or Ethel R. Park; Juanita M. Hard; Florida, this May U}, A. D. I860.OFFICIAL i
May vs I :Maj. Robert O. Mitchell, the inspection -II Value of the stolen goods was, Claiming Any Right, Title Or Inure T. N. Norman: Myrtice K. Dennin; siuL a I
Lions, 7 p.m.; Blanding vs Co. C. i team chief, said: "The I .t in The Property To Be Affwtfd Darts E. Norman; Martha S. Yancey. '' Charles A. Darby1, Clerk
I estimated at $10. PRECINCT NO 3-=South Starke !i It
The
9 By "Issuance By The FREE
p.m.Slow organization is to. be commended;: i state Board Of education Of Flori Clerk: A. L. Crosby Jr.; Inspect-) I
Kenneth C. Urider Lillian \V. '
for the appearance of the equip-j d"P.od)' Corporate Of The State O-s ;
I
TTTtTTYTTTTTrVTTTTTTVTTIPINE i Of Florida, Bishop; JeweXot"gel- ; Edward'
Pursuant To Sections 3
Pitch League : mint and their outstanding preventive i I Ii ji 1 18 Coolberth; Louise A. Lee; DorothyJ. I
i and Of Article XII Of The Con- I. The Irruit Cuart. I* And Farlirnitford
i maintenance practices.". I Ii ni'ution Of Florida Of $6!: ,000 Sheppard. |I II CunBtr,. FtorlHa.
Seeks Fourth GameThe
:
One new man, William Harold I [ LEVEL Plate School Bonds. Series B. IIIue.1 I ___
I i For Amr On Behalf Of The : BARBECUEAll
League'I I''Keller of Route 2, Gainesville.1 I I I f.oards: Of Public Instruction Of I
Slow Pitch Softball
Co. B the last dnll.I Mrs. H. 31. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa Bradford County And Putnam Coun-
joined during :
is still looking for a fourth team naN
:I County. Florida. Hereinafter
to round out the loop. Any church 'I He served two years of activeduty / ;; JUT( Particularly! Described. ,Or To I- Elect a "Good-man' i
in the Army and was discharged -: j jI i I Be Affected In Any Way Thereby:
interested in fielding a team I 1
I The State of Florida, through the Friends f
should contact the Starke Recrea- :I[ on Aug. 27, 1932.: I II I Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Ward and I II i Slate Attorney. of the 'Second Judicial ,, + '"
The next drill to be held Monday -I I Mrs. Freddie Watterson attended Circuit in and for Leon County. : FOR p
tion Department at WO 47441. I' rio'ida, the Seventh Judicial Circuit Fa, x ui eu'Theiob
-
In the only game played to date. night May 23. Persons interested -.church! at Oak Grove' last Sun- in and for Putnam County.
I in joining the :{National.Iday l I Honda and the Eighth Judicial And Supporters Of .
the Presbyterians won over the On-Hit in and for Bradford ;'Ii! ,
invited to attend. I County ;
Christians 179. Guard are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward and I Ft";da. and the several property I 1.
I I fanily of Darian. Ga spent the : ov nero taxpayers, citizens and ;
Schedule for next week: ) J
weekend!; with his parents, the W.: others having or claiming; any .
Monday May 23, 6 pm.-First I I ,,11 3'1 bl, title or interest in property
| Mite Baseball C. Wards. :! to be affected by the issuance byte ConnerFor
Christian Pine Level
Baptist. I ':I State Board of Education of s Doyle
i Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Davis of
I j Will Draft Teams : : Florida, a body corporate of the Seeber *
I Cccoa were'guests of Mr. and' 'tnt* of Florida under Sections 3 I
Monday At 3:30 Mrs. Russell Thomas last week. l''I, and 18 of Article XII of the Con- .
I &l ll'tlOII of Florida of : Statei
Asphalt Driveways Sony to report the illness of i i wool Bonds, Series B$623,000, hereinafter Commissioner of Agriculture
: All boys who will be eight or Earl Goodman who is suffering iii rr particularly described or to 1 !
e nine years old by June 13 are I latch flu. Abe! affected in any way! thereby, D.
I
I are hereby required to appear be-
I notified to meet at the Pratt Mr. and Mrs. Marion LI;: Cochran fore the Circuit Court of Leon ,
STARKE ASPHALT Street Playground Monday after-I and Mrs. C. F. Bateman and (',.;Jntr, Floiida. in the Second Judi-
vial Circuit of said State at the BRUCE PARKIN
PAVING COMPANY noon at 3:30: to organize baseball I'! on, Clint of Georgia, attended Court House In Tallahassee. Florl-
I teams. church here Sunday.. I Ida I on the 37th day of June. 1960, r
I i nt 10 o'clock a. rn. and show Cause : Goodman
213 S. Cherry St. The Mites are beirg organizedin J I Owen McRae arrived home"1! w hy the prayers of the petition
order to teach the younger early Saturday for a one-day j'' filed in the al>nv" preceding should I I ARLINGTON (Jacksonville)

Phone WO 9-2011 boys to play baseball and to I visit with us. He and his buddy iatate I I nct be School:; granted Bonds and, 'Series the B(625.000, ,therein

I work as a team. The teams will I n turned to Key West Saturday described and the proceedings FOR (Reached by Mathews Bridge)
the summer rJ where stationed. neretofore had authorizing the is-
Evening; play during program.All ;ht. they are puante" thereof validated and con-
interested boys arc urgedto Sorry to' hear that our pastor's firmed. said State School Bonds
Phone WO 4-1563 I attend. .jood wife Mrs. W. E. Hall fell i-onsisting of the following issues
SAT. MAY 21 FROM 3 J.
tot i I bonds: COUNTY COMMISSIONER --
I last week and broke her arm. Sheis ,

:',. : -." 'p',: ft ,_-:' ,l'_ _: _',-':,-.,'_- _:---':. staying with her soninlawand !:j k-s$125,00'J B.: to be Stat issued School for }and Ponds on Ser-be- I .
daughter Rev. and Mrs. J. I i h'ilf of the Board of Public Instruc-
S.; Murrhee at Hilliard. Also regret -Ilion j of Bradford County. Florida DISTRICT 3
1 County at Large
,1n the denomination of $1,000 each. Hear Conner TV
Your Sheriff to learn of the illness of Mrs.II dated March 1, 1SCO! bearing inter- on
Alton Dobbs. Ipst I at a rate or rates not exceedingfour

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Fouts of I xemi-annually per centum per on annum March 1 payable and lie will. serve the entire County Impartiallyand 7:15: .. 7:30: P.M. Sat., May 21

.. Lakeland: visited Mr. Fout's broth- i I !September; 1 of each year and maturing to the best of his, ability. I
t..e'r.D er-in-law and sister, Mr. and serially in annual install I (Pd. Pol. :Adv.
iifnis on March 1 of each of the
"l'e (I'd. Pol. Ad\)
.. ;Airs. H. H. Lewis last Friday on i years 1962 to 1981 both inclusive; I .
,
their way to visit relatives in., 'JO.OOO :State School Bonds SerI If
I < E1, to be- issued for and on be- i .
Georgia. I i Half of the Board of Public Instruct -
Those from here who visited :>n of Putnam County. Florida it r ..
Broadwell' the denomination of $1,000 each I .: J.::
Frederick
::1 [Mrs. Stj: dated June 1 1969.' bearing interest
sw. Vincent's Hospital last Sunday ft a rate or rates not exceeding
I were her father, L. A. Crosby, and four PIT centum per annum, payat.le '
,, semi-annual-] on June 1 and It Was Bradford for BRYANT 'I I
I other lelatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dei'ember 1 of each year and maturing
I Broadwell are the parents of a : serially in annual installments
on June I of each of the
Wi1a-. I son: born May 11 and named }ears 1962 to 1981, both inclusive;
'Frederick Jr. Mrs. Broadwell was i a mor complete description of t
I the former Joyce Crosby. j raid bunds bring contained In the
>!.tion herein and exhibits at.1I.'h..1 -
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman' "t May 3rdLet's
thereto: and on
"Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of .1. H "
I .. .... .. .. "., Starke, and Mrs. Robert Taylor': Order It Is be Furthir published Ordered once each that week this tt4lJ. ._.. ..,.:, ,?. ?- :9.....r'i'Y "

and children of Raiford visited j for three consecutive weeks in a -
SAYS n-wtpaper published in each of the ; ,
: k "try I their mother. Mrs. H. M. McRae. Counties of von, Bradford and
,
Make THE MAN
I Saturday afternoon.In t'litnam, Floiida. the first publication ; : I
I
in each of said newspapers ,
to be not less than eighteen (18) I
..'... Circuit 'ourt Of The erond, days prior to the date herelnabovewl
Don't be Judicial (Cirrull In And For Leon for the hearing, in forth, times r FOR THE JOB i
>i. ..- fount). Florida anti manner as required by Chapterj.kct It EVENSTRONGER c ; i

.

MisledHallTruths by 6 I


:, g : Best QualifiedBy I

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For BRYANTz

Far
r
TOM ADAMS ,


On May 24 For Governor : -,

You have been told during the campaign _


that your sheriff made- only three x


arrests (personally) during the past six ALL .


months. FLORIDA'S BRYANT'S PLATFORM


: CANDIDATEFOR

But this docs not mean that your (CONDENSED)


sheriff did not actively participate in
SEGREGATION HIGHER EDUCATION

many more arrests during that period of I am for segregation. As your Governor I will use Our Junior College Program must make higher

my power to maintain segregation with dignity and education available to every young man and woman

time. What you were NOT TOLD was t determination but without violence. Our schools will in our state. Four-year institutions must also be provided I

that it is customary for arrests to be made SECRETARY not close. in all areas of Florida.


in the name of a deputy so that the TAXATION- HIGHWAYS

Present revenue is adequate if we eliminate The improvement and expansion> of our highways,

deputy will be called to testify in court OF STATE waste and inefficiency. I am opposed to any additional expressways and turnpikes is essential Our road pro I

i taxation in any form. Tax inequities must be elimigram,, must be planned soundly for the benefit of our
and leave the sheriff free for his admini.strative CHOSEN BY HIS COLLEAGUES MOST VALUABLE nated. cities and our counties.AGRICULTURE .

duties. MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATURE 1959
--
ECONOMY .

Thrift_ is essential in state government. We will Florida agriculture must be improved through

This is just one example of the half- practice efficiency by employment of state personnel research; new markets developed for our products..

on the basis of merit, central purchasing by competitive -
truths you have been told in an effort to bidding, elimination and consolidation open of unTOURIS11
SCHOOLSTARTS
NEW REALTY!
undermine confidence in your necessary bureaus and agencies, long range construc Our important tourist industry must bf increasedtion

your program and investment of surplusfunds. by continued promotion and added recreational facili

Sheriff's office. Why be misled by half- e ties.

JUNE 7.. 7:30 P.M. **-

truths when the WHOLE truth is free INDUSTRY NATURAL RESOURCES '
Florida is the threshold of industrial
on greatness
for the asking? Check the record. SEE COMPLETE COURSE IN 90 DAYS New industries with..new jobs must be brought into Florida's water minerals, forest and fisheries
Florida. must be protected and improved. We are the custodians I

FOR YOURSELF! of this heritage for future generations.

.

PUBLIC EDUCATION LABOR .

There Is No SubstituteFor Additional schools must be built to meet today's The voice of labor will be respected in the halls of

l SECTION FLORIDA REAL ESTATE MANUAL classroom needs. Teachers' salaries must be-'raised to our :government. The rights of labor as well as the

Experience SECTION 2-PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE COURSE keep and attract qualified personnel rights of management will be harmoniously protected. I I':
II I

SECTION 3-APPRAISALS, COMPLETE II I


VOTE: p. D. REDDISH \j I Xl.1I i I FREC BRADFORD BOOSTED BRYANT IN THE FIRST PRIMARY. I I

WM. P. SUMY, Lie. No. 57, Ir r


FOR SHERIFF MAY 24 Let's Put Him Over The Top On May 24!
i lUG S. Edgewood Ave. EV 9-0373


I j I (Pd. PoL Adv.) t Jacksonville, Fla. -- .(.Pd.- Pole, Adv.-_ -. -.. .. .- hi

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"or.iJ gCommission :...J :' .. ta. i$as
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f-Ani art ____ $.J'A't)1'D V"1 ii.Lvua.wu, ."2.. _--. -'"_ _",-. _-._ "', ....to..
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Rotatiaiis Hear City UnableTo ; Terry McDavid u


Humorous Talk Get Easements i,[Plugs SymingtonTsiry BANKRUPTCY SALEJ I W. C.. T. U.


llOllt$ Request I'; Hy Nat St r tbei'g In Buiiiie} ** Area __ i ic. MrDavid- ofBrooktt, has :;; & J J BUILDERS'i :SUPPLIES, INC. "A COCKTAIL LOUNGE IS A

'4" .:1[v' !:s'a named State 'Director: 3f ,, "
From Library Nat Eternbeig, retired Starke tt "Due to circumstances bevondj 1 jriyica: Youth for Symington. A'I' 301 E. CALL ST., STARKE, FLA. HALF-LIT ,BOOM FULL OF

in Daytona our: central, thE City 'of Starke is I
.
merchant now living Senior al'the University of Flor- : '
Staike Rotary I at the present time unable to to-j: i FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1960 UAIF-LIT PEOPLE."
Tfr.e' Budfcrd.County Commificn Beach, itgaled) the i Ida: : McDavid is majoring in AgriCiilturs \ l i _
ON PREMISES 1 :00 P.M I I
EaJ stall natural to place cfbusicess. l
with humojoua gas your
Club! Wednesday a 9 } Economics, and is State
-wis. requested Monday: night ." : notice i'I( AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION 9:00 AM. I, [NATIONAL S OICE.IeAflP1i4T
talk, featuring: incidents of his : Thi3 was the VceFife : cf Future Farmers ,, : '
to continue levying a haV-rfii3i\ j:<;ju out tinsteefc by City CiakIJcrriU ,
early dyg in StaiKe. cf Aij rica. .He was lespcnsibie
Builders hardware supplhs and items of irimihr nature I
'
usl t5:&te t ttx during the next The fcpesl-er said! he Ea"e upshot ; Ei11.anis to a number of ; finished lumber J ; products, paints, lumber. Many i i VIir.OVtRS. '1K4C1GRS AND:
In district.
business
the
:?mats
in I ioik to
fifcil year for support of theErma : business i ew Uielcnen the University: of j: 'I HICKS
-I settle down and become a merchant -!: ; "We hcpa to fca aule in the near i if'ufurP IFicrida I items of salvage or scrap value i l'dojftr, Ir.tcitiitioiial; TD14A,
: -JUsicnal Library pr Co. C Receives j | campus. I I c.\'ulifuh'd. track rebuilt IJ.S59
grain.cuts.. in Staike He picked Etarkej: to have a meeting with- I; To be sold at Public Auction for cai-h.! subject to i i I Euildoztr, AiUs-Chalrurrs HD7.
because it recommended as]I!Efficiency the and to obtain with vinth, overhauled, track
was Trophy property'owners to
Virginia Grayzier of 031n-1 1 Strawberry and cotton raising I element for right-of-way in Youth for Symington, pro- ; confirmation by court at 3:20: P.M. on same date and rollers rebuilt 11,500Tra.icr
a f
note Senator Stuart Symingion Title Jacksonville :; JfOO) iAn, Ford Diesel
at 323 Florida Building Fla.
!
estille submitted the, request for! center, but as soon as he came j I Staike's National Guard ,unit, crossing over to your location," I $1SOO
I'M 'Mi1 ur1 for President was'fcrmed'last
the program, .which serves Ala-:: i here, Sternberg said: "the berries: j|ICc,n.r. ny C, 748th Ordnanee Bat- !j I i tie! Clerk stated.! : "If to, we will : : () fall at Columbia, Ah. For further information applyto 'Tractor.i \'Iff"trT,1ik.; UlO( hre.2 rpded Ford ,tit 9060) U.SP3

ciiua and Bradford counties. The j jCcmmi&ion moved to Plant City and tle toll.]I talon: has received" the Florida J Ji ;i then be able to get the natural ,I students at three! colleges in !miles 54 ChevrcUt $1.300.
1 levied such a tax for i weevil ate up the cotton. j National i Guard 'Award for E/fi-i i I gas smk-e. to you." |b? W. B. THOMAS TRUSTEE lou Truck 5! Chevrolet $1SO
-Missouri. Since then the groups PLANTING fir CULTIVATING
the first time this year, and the I Ikl'Vicf In spite of this, however, the" nency in Maintenance" for having i! The' city bas encountered diftculttes t EQttPJIEVTllotary '

: alsrf'ceiVf.t/ funds from I. speaker said!: he enjoyed manyyears attained the highest figure.i ; in getting .easements across I nave spread across the country 323 Florida Title Eldg., Jax, Fla. Ph. EL 6-0115() Mower ColdwelL $150
here and I in the state for efficiency in !iwith clubs being formed in 45i Sickle\ Mower, John-Derre >39 .
of good business
Gainesville and Starke. I : I property la the business district ,, ..- '.! Bottom Plow, John Deere
A bookmobile which travels to still regards Starke as "home." maintenance for the fiscal year t .r i i ct tes. new. .' .'. .. $%50

each community in Bradford II' Sternberg was introduced by. laco.j I I -. -. --.-- -, Hay Rake, John Deere $7iIu..k
-
'1 __ __ 1-- : : : : =: hake Dearborn. New 1225FoldOver
Pictured above I tIle --- -
is 1st Lt. Drew -
County twice a month was tn- :hi9 long time friend, Junius M.j Harrow Dearborn $25dJ
eluded in the first year's: opera- :j i i Smith who had charge of the pro-1 Reddish receiving: the awardtrophy ]r 1I Way Frame & Blade, Dear-
.
I gram. I for the Company. from ;j SECURITY GUARANTY born. Dearborn, $ ?SGrasn
tion.No |j' !i I SHOP : Drill $225
definite commitment was Robert Barkadala was inducted. ,Lt. CoL Robert V. link, Battalion I \ Spring Trip Cultivator, Rear
l
( I I COMPANY I I Bet ,4 i Row Planter Attch.,
made, by the board, and the mat |, ly President T. A. Yawn as a new 'cmmtl.nd Lt. Reddish U the -- .. lI, I !esrbrrn {300f.i.zor

tt't111 be taken up for consideration I:; uember.. i Maintenance Officer for the unit. I Incorporated I I SHOP ntw. .lade., Dayld-BradUy: 165
at budget-making tim

The commission also ordered a 5lh Grade Touri'Aircraft i SCT. ELDER TAKES PART -. .,-0 F-P. E' n-s ....-".-'...".T..--*.::.".. I 1 :Rotary Hoe.Spreader psvid-BraiiUy David Bradley .$120jjir.ur
cutailnient of expenditures dur- ; IN ARMORED EXERCISE new\ $2SO
i Lme Spreader, David BradUy \ -
ing the remainder of the current I Carrer; I .
son $49
Master -
John
Sgt. D. Elder, New Car
Your
Don't
; after hearing fliunciil Buy Front Cnd Loader. Da*Id Bradley -
lucal year a The 5th grade class of South- ,ot Mrs. Bessie B.. Elder of Starke, .. > $200
Clerk
report by Circuit Court i Fmi Spreader Seeder David
tsok'part with other personnel %
Y
side School toned tile
Charles Darby. Elementary I rradley ITS
tram the 2nd. Armored Div. in he First Stop
Darby said about $55.000 has aircraft carrier Shangri-La: Wednesday on Wagon ;with Body .$180c
: '
Exercise Big Thrust, a two-week :iain Saw, San $75
at the Carrier
teen spent from the generalunq's llayport field maneuver at Fort Hood, i Pulpwood Saw.. ., $25
has Basin in Jacksonville. Fuage Harvistor.vLunifeH $500
budget of $88,000 I Texas.: I'ER ANNUMVESTMENT( Content "Xlii,* Cti,lm r6k ,
Students'made the in cars
stout $t15, 90. 1 1. left !in the road I trip Elder i ifcfirst sergeant of Battery :. / $200
[ driven by Mrs. Harry Hatcher, ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE 2 How .fl.ntr" Fertilizer ,
;ud bridep account, which has I Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, Mrs. Fred I A of .the division's 16th Artillery Celt: . $225

E ent $.g .Q09 to date. I jGraudon, Mrs. William Enanncn, : at Fort Hood, and has. been I .1 S C.\TTI, Htllx FEEDING new .E. .l. IPJIEXTrnlcader :.$1,200Feld

He Mid the road and bridge i Mrs. Padgett, Mrs. Leslie Chilscn, in the Army fince 1937- His. wife, BUT S Slue. ael new .$13
and Mrs. Henry Turney, teacnerof Verna, live in Killeen, Texas., H.rymel (.n, 'Cfhl, new $253
$pf90ug included l work at th3 Spraylr.jRrjiiey Eg1ipment! David-
the class.: qew ,". .'. "U3i
Florida'Development Commis- The trip was made in connectionwith Shufprd Plan CERTIFICATES Klevator.svir It.VId.'r, i f'-
.
t . IU
of Starke BETTER DEAL SEE
sion's warehouse spiilh: thus year's study of transportation New'uperm rlret FOR A CutScale, Sears. nep . $210

part 9. which Will'1 reimbursed by the fifth grace. The 15 water tict -Stars new .$11

by; the ,ettf>affncy and the City children 'and parents had lunch In Virginia This is not a formal offering which-is made only by 14 new>'Stet, ) Witiowf'. '. ,.Sea-ra.0$10

Jf! ftP rae.. J bord the carrier. i Jake R. Bbufcrd formerly of prospectus furnished en request. May I have the information Pia-tic(aces"x Ho.r.,}'b0'Etari. '.- ..,.V.peps: .5 G'U

offered? Billy Dowlingcross 6) cases 1" X 300' $$0
j\\1.at4rd County, and his Son- Aium.Kum Roofing. S ears, <'

,' ,' : .":. : -'_,:' :-' -:..:--.:::. :.. :..,I n-lawr Ralph King, have an- N A f _- -_ ________-___-__________-__________ I 5Cu X :Number iOO1 Tags. .-;&. .Coanis. $%J55(00

,-- -- .- -- ., --- r -- .- .- ncililcbdpl;us to construct a new P..lytihaUnt Cover", 'OO' 'X 50'
\supermarket near their present3lceery : r nt- ? :: ; : $!:90>
!store to Appo attox, -Va.It ADDRESSCITY.L.PHONE: The Street From Setzer's I Koasts &: "SADDLES
2 Horses . i 110
r ,Jf iif Sheriff e'' is eatiiof it1eiithat( Ute new i ---7------- 11 Horse $125
; Sad41: \ *| . $$3,5
stcre in of $ ,- h.
ceo. will cost' excess' 1 PHONE NO. _-______ ___.___.__.._,.-------------- .- :. :; : _f I Telephone: FR 1-4056 'Gainesville.ft I

ti I Offer Limited! To Residents Of Florida Only. chy Silt


...yet'f POATDRAIN. Sunday'Echpol BAPTIST, 10 a.: m.CHURCH/Moraing i i SECURITY, GUARANTY COMPANY Sell It Rent It Trade ll), I DISTINCTIVE 118 FEYTO PHONE 8.: ,THOMP60X WO.FLORIST fLuWXRS 4..n 3 ST.

I I Incorporated
'' Worship 11 a. 1]). Training I WR WIBE F.OW>;.ANTWIiEJUIl
e' 1 215 W. Ashley Street Jacksonville, Florida .
Union,. 63Q p-'m.. Eyening Worship .WITH. A TELEGRAPH'CLASSIFIEDCVtta ttch
: 7:30ip.: ; ''m. '. Phone EL 4:7858 =- EL4-7859. I '
FOR: SALE

PrayerMeeting. Wednesday YOUR iNVESTMENT New and used Building Supplies.
YOU MAY START: YEMOfliALg'AYri RRSOLUTIO' '_ 4
n. her
7.30 Werf
p. m Drive way pipe, IB' lengths $1.2S
d
Pastor- Rev. Barney Sweat. ,WITH- $35--- -UP_ ._'TO-- $25GOOIT'S ;. 20.wounS OR'LGU; Oae taaertle. (MUleamm CkarIel '__ .._ ..TttfACH per sun foot..Set Euildlte Billy" /PPU"Jackson. Jack-tfch.
'
Everyone W r

'... WORD OVER SO __ Per
q' DDmOAL -- w Waco I SLYER 'SEWING MACHINE -
A!' 20% DICOV1TON REPEAT niERTlOSg SAMie': AilaCc rcJruentaUvt will be In Bradford
-
i .; .:. .: f": .:... : J ... .. .; ...' ADDllIOVAt ,FOSB "LJNDPS OR ADS -\OT PAID iV .AD>ANCB i! Co. Mondays and Fridays. For ser-
'- vice OD' make
\ t : .r- : any machine writ*
: '. I I or call Singer Sewlnf Machine Co. i
; -'.. ,.. ': ,,. ., ; L..< .' .: .\ .:: yu{ WE HAVE' 0 new 1".n program fui I, FUR SALE 402 N. Marion St' or Phone 180.i .
I '. .. ,
: .
f t' l' ;: i. ,r r farmer 'Loans Q, 1 to 6 year Heady mix concrete concrete block {i Lake City, FJa. Tfch
I ... .5 tor ti... *ntir. creflll requireronm.I tense poets and, cement. ,
5t bt the f 'inr lad his UmUy. Molar mix rock i j
steel
.. aunts oyster aheli i!I Oat of Tuw. Owner list 8.111.
Cr.d'1AssocUtlon.
G lnevtlU t-roductlon Lt: erock: and Roof Gravel. Phony
i S i: Acres (ljOi' eft .M} North) .
I IbiD
620 ,4urtb \VO4-2521, Bradford
SAYS: S .Uln..vtll, f l... ttcti Co. Engineering tfcfc Arwljr itkUhtd S .'r.. huice. Immediate -
t ILLEGAL. 81It.a.a! Will I'eaalilel
: HAUiU BEMIRED j :.: l>ars trailer a. law. payment'

.., ,. AU MftkM All N*.e!. I Complete Tee Service ,2 *d.(Naetb. '.ff:101. Tara rlykt/ lit
road ) B4 '
tesLaable C"'arCII .lIar..te >r> Varourf JlS'ket. 7tk
JUVENILE 1 SUEVHERU'S RADIO TV ,i huMke 40. rlirbt. tip B'M
iBBiaa lateen. Oua" Pruning Bracing De-Moss- '
413 E. Cull !t. TiKHU WO 4-6901 FOR' BENT 2 room- furnished.a-
Work
Ing Cavity Tree Removal
-
.t.rke, fU. pirtment. Private bath .and ear
DELINQUENCY TraaspUutiny |f trance.' Also carport. Mrs. .J. L.
4 For Any Person or Persons to Engage in COLONIAL J"LORITOnly Sapp's Tree Surgeons !i Simmons. No Ctll4ren. .t07 Wtiti
S F. T. D. Plsrist In Starke I i \"Hhln Ion itchy 625REAb
Flower wired any place. Flowers ; PETE SAPP, Owner
U not& problem, : for all .occasions Jocally. Phone |I j )ilkTATE
WO 4-6291. SOS East Nona St. tfchg 1 STARKE PHONE WO 4-S965 !| Salt. add tratal See ate wkem IB

i Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless j', need Ar.( J Real, THOMAS C Ute. REALTOR_ -

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in Bradford County :} : FOR ments. Reasonable ENT-Furnished, rates. apart Near ails Teatple Atemt Tel. WO 4-5761

I shopping renter.. Phone WO '-2811for 1IKLP WANTED-
u T7O 4-0771 evening cr call at 21S SAL SME-V: 'OH AGENTS
: S. Cherry St. (Shell Oil' Co. Office.) i ,S.i9per! hour or more for part or

.. .. .\ : : The Name Registered f '. /' ; < if-fcg l I full rolt'n: lime tan rout.or work.woman.Large Writ repeat Mc-
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Much has' been said and written about 'r :-" !-.1 _. .' ,. HASTINGS MATTRESS\ i".Ei: S Co., Box 2711i, DeSoto. Sta:.
I Memphis, 2, Tenn. Zip
j je juvenile delinquency, and I am extremely '. ', ...1' & UPHOLSTERY WORKS ''iJAN : 1

proud that I 'can honestly report to you i I 71Q Lemon $u. Pal.tka Daslerenip OR WOMANto in Starke. Producte take over esWtekly -
Read This Florida Law ,
that juvenile delinquency is not now and f laablbh"d., profits of |50.00
Furniture Uphol [ or tore at start possible. No In-
in Bradford Repaired,
has been problem
never a, a i vf nment ueeesearyWill help you
County; stered & Refinished et gtarUd. Write C R. Ruble,
I' ea) t..pi, a-2, Watkins Products Inc.,
"II JlaU be unlawful for defined MATTRESSES REBUILTNew I Memphis 2, Tenn. 2tp &;:11
any person or persons, u heals,, ta '
I am proud of our young people, have great in business herein Innersprings lOU SALE t awes of land with
i engage ::! as defined. under a fictitious name as herein de- : .
faith in them, and appreciate; the cooperation For Tree Call Our j house all mod.un'ODII'l'nlencu
t they have always given my office i ttokd, without and uolessi said fictitious name shall be registered with thi and Box Springs Eipert Agent Surgery j j I iNi'itb- 341.. Inquire. Coney Island.atp U'i

when tailed upon. If you will CHECK: THE : clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business Drop Us a Card or Call U N. Temple Phone WO 4-S9W j!i __

In CORn you will find that an average of I 'is, with registration shall consist: of filing with tbs clerk,aforesaid an at- 1'AL.'J,1l.EA '56166BTARriE I young biiinadiete; !man Opening In financial- For field.capable No

'" less than two juveniles are booked on j ndavit signed by all interested persons>> stating under oath the .names of : WO 4.- 83-1 FOR RENT 3 bedroom bunga-1 experience Mauled man necessary between but aces UIt helpful.\29pref.

q. charges in Bradford County in a month's 'interested }IRS. PEGGY SHALLCB: Starke iw 307 Lafayttte St. Call Jack- Call Mr. Zlpperer at'Woodlahd'
i tlltnc** in the business; enterprise, the eit?Dpf .tti i Lihttrst onvllle EV 80083. tfcbff. '
"
l-f091 betty 9 a. m. A 5:30 p. nv
"' tim .'. Truly a fine record when you consider 'of efch, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried Ap i i or after' C p. m. Woodland l ..7&,,.,
what is happening in other parts of I .. \"IoDt a Home of Your Own Small : Starke, for interview Itchy
the i on, i Said registration may not be made until the person or persona desiring f b wn payment balance like rent. I
country I AEVRR TOO LATE TO JOIN '() closing expenses. W. H. Nollman FOR SALE Cheap two turning
I to engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised or EVEMNQ CLASSES for adults. All .10 X. Cherry St. -itehgi"OR plows. | push lawn mower. 12 concrete
subjects. Credit If wanted. Write
I am proud io have had a part in the establishment I heir intention to register said fictitious name at least once a.week for four Director, Box 11)0. :!tar*i,-or call RENT OR SALE-Unfurnish- I 4 framing home. Cyrus pillars..8om E. Beam rough Rt 2 x 2

and successful operation of our i' .- '" ((4)) con eenttve. weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in: the county WO i-3071 Office,, or CbO visit Bid Adult?, tor'Education additional .!i f bedroom. W.house.H. Nollman Also furnished, 510 N. I Ip.utment. I Box: IJB Starke. 2tp &IU

new BOYS RANCH at Live Oak: a project ': ., where said registration is to be made, and (said registration shaD not be. Jnformitton. tfchg 'h-rry St. tfchg Finn 84I.E!! OR Rr.NTe ttal'e. I.
1 Quigley, Cherry and )!adl.( n. t
Yof our State Sheriffs Association to assist t I
accepted \by the clerk the :FOR RENTV-Two! bedroom lake 'OR RENT ,
of circuit court except upon receiving proof of frt Lake.. Two bedroom furnhd ftp 5iU
home on KinfEley Com
hoys!\ from areas of our state where juvenile I :? house. Adults only. Phone WO -
.
such pletelyfurnithtd.i Available to
delinquency is a very real: problem., It publication. Jane 1. Call Carl Johns WO 4-4201. .1)5:'. tfehdquity ; I Will the party who bought 2 German
Pninter oupi. Contact the seller -
i51! privilege' to assist with this program I VCR RLot: 'to park one trailer in 2 bedroom house In Star I Collect. KV 7-fifla. Itchg

just aa it is to work with our young people I .. ; er On. mil out en R.ifi/rd efnr Sale. Call Milton; Moshtr WO I wI
Highway. Miilard Judd, phone WO 7701 for particulars. tip 3-12 i!I FOB RENT bedroom house tile
,. here at horai whinmr they need! our. help. L 4-5951. j bath and kitchen pining room
ttcht 519VACATION 'OR RENT-Clark No. 1 3 room I I jutt built. Iargp window fan. Oat
'arni hed apartment Ar! ondl'on range and hot water beater, Re-
I If are engaged in business under name fl4NStm'D ? i shady: lawn. Adults. Eesaect deer"rated inside and put. Clean.
r I I you any :d.. Box 443, phone WO 9-1S4S I Ki'xdv to ronvf in. Adaits. 162 Lake
II Earn a food income close U tfchg'l I St. Mrs A. F. Siuls, (}] MsMahone
I home reprt9eattn! AVON COS- | St. Phone -WO ..n u. tfchg

i P. D. REDDISH I other than own and have not had this METlCS. Friendly, pleasant and "OR SALE will cell- Five reasonable.room blockhouse Can I FUR RENT -- t roonj 'Z story,

your name prcotabJefork.. WO 4-OS63 on week: ends. 409 Cent hoj:', t baths, lands lot. Rent reas.
!10 EAdkins 8tInquire next door.
I 'r St. Jrrxxl
Write; Ondia C. Sweat P. O. Bar .tp II tfchy\
540 Live Oak FU I '
pay for eiplrlenced household I LOST Yellow gold Gruen ladles
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION properly advertised and registered we will be REAL ESTATE naid at Kingsley Lake. Hours 9 to watch with f old band.' Reward: Mrs
>,I :> ee here ipietel7 fllna"'e" I six daTa per week. Must have i Lester Crews 10$ W. Madison 8t
fiery law dowB payment, INWuan jwn transportation Write P. O- I T-hoto WO 4-1051. Itp
SHERIFF OF BRADFORD COUNTY. like real.Hlagaler. Box S23-M Starke. Itchg I ,

glad to all Information better. Like beat* good and FOR REXT 2 bedroom nnfnm- !FOR ."RENT Ales-i i'ream room unfurnished unfurnishedtouse.
give to
you necessary as Ae&tAUtjiMsierv ui year *.B.d- I ;shed house at 717 West Call St. apjtrtiBint. >9f. South Water St.
S. rW II..'&, Mil real estt for saooey.' AvUable June L Contact J. H. I Up
REMEMBER: .. Tee den tl for e.> 'rle...." M,acrJef. Itch* t I
A. i. THOMAS, REALTOR I! FOR CALE: Complete! Studio
what should do .'q' FOR KENT Attractive furnished There Is No Substitute you HKIP WASTEDU4LC 3 tefirooia apartment, X. Walnut .C. Firkins, Rt. 1 Box. 98 Lawt -
VCUAtE ?.t See Mrs. J. W. KincaW. 40J y. I t"v. Itp
MAN OR WOUAX -to take over Walnut_ St.TRAILER Itchl'ii .
Found *-i Irish Bird
bealmhtp la Sttrke. Prodnets *atabhihed. -J i Iln City pappy
For ExperiencePel 5 Weekly profits of 158 or FOR SALE: -1>54 Schult IIe le..l.rUf riff puppy female.
: .5 more at start poeilble.! No iovestiuent 21. ft. shower, toUet. I'nder Market may have by paying advertising
'IRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH nsc 9 II'J. Will help you gel !J>5, Lake Geneva Trailer Park 1 I cost'and" boar[,. Contact City
.t.rted. Writ C. R. Ruble. Dept. mi. & E. Keystone Heights on Rt. P I1'. Itchg
54. Watkins Products. Inc., Mem- 100. lip
((1'4, Adv.) phi 2 Tenn. Itp f '-
Site 1 and >2> b.dr K>m apartment

-- -- .,.., -- ...'. '. =- ....., FOR SALE'1957 Mortis 1111101'CUY. FOR SALE Used Barbecue equipment for rent..tpatafra> f;i 8. Epperson.
.. .' .. Complete Soda fountain. Will 145 pe;'mo.Vatu sod lights paid
'1 j.. .\ .< ., clean condition, new top. sell part or alL Write Box 823-B. I tnU1f"owU'tar.! J. I., JUrcbaia*.
local. Co
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'uvvvvvvvvvvvvvvn.vv.vvm home of Mrs. Viola Brinson., ,cepted a position at the Forrest run-off was necessary. The events win basketball team enjoying the ed to come and help with this

I Graduation exercises will be', High School for next term. and winners and runners-up 'areas weekend ,at Jacksonville Beach. work, and the women are asked!

BALDWIN I held this year at the Gymnasium Mr., and Mrs. Richard Nettles. : follows: Mr. and. Mrs. Ernest Wellhau'sen to furnish them something to

I ion Monday, June 6. and daughter, and Sharon ,and I I,50-yard dash -I Boys] Harold and family and Miss Carolyn eat. Work starts at 8 a. m. I NOTICE I !

By Mrs. C. B. NolanUlaaaau.u.uu&uuA Mr. and Mrs. ,Grady Roberts Bill Nettles of Orlando visited! Fouraker, Ray Raulerson, Bobby Norman were visitors in Jacksonville We had 67 in Sunday School

I were called to Hogansville Ga.. nere Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.I I roan.; I Girls] Violet Burnsed, last Saturday. List Sunday and 51 of these were ; Your '

rand I Manchester, Ga. last week Joe Nettles and children and Mh Donna Fouraker, Jane Avery: i; 100 per cent members. The Inter- I phone may ring at anytime in :May and if

........... ... you can tell the name of the Picture that is
Mrs. C. C. Rainer of Foley Ala.'by the illness of Mr. Roberts' mother -! Marilyn Thomas.. I 100-yard dash-I Boys] Harold I .yy. ....., ;,mediates won the banner again I play-

visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude 011- :* Mrs. J. W. Roberts. We'are: Mrs. S. S. Solomons, Jr. returned Fouraker, Bobby Nolan Howard I bra it is time for someone else to in? at

vei last Sunday. :I glad to know that Mrs. ,Robertsis : home from the St. vin- I Burkhart. (Girls) Violet Burnsed'i CLAY HILLBy !]be present and work some. Train- theFLORIDA

The Baldwin girls' basketball i improving now. I cent's Hospital l last Tuesday and Donna Fouraker Jane ';fug Union is at 7 p. m. and THEATREYou

Roy Pike left Sunday evening seems to begetting along nicely 440-yard relay-9th grade won at 8
preaching services m-
team enjoyed a nice weekend at, I Mrs J. L. Stricklandmnvvnvmvv..vvvv.v p.
Jacksonville. They were chaperoned -''"for Ft. Benning. Ga. where he is Miss Betty Ellis of ,Tampa with Marvin Boone crossing the There will be preaching at the and Your Family can come to the

by Misses Jimmie Lee Smith,, now, stationed.We fpcnt last weekend with Mr. and I line before 12th grader William i: j Padgett Church on Sunday. May Florida Theatre that, day also have
are soiry that little Wanda Mrs. Han-ell Bennett I I .
and family.,, I.loyd. 9th ,grade girls also won,
I
'aiid Joyce( Vereen. Mrs. Earl Lang of Tampa ((22. starting at 2:30: p. m.; also
!I I Crews is ill this week. She had Mrs. R: V. Bradley of Jackson j Donna Fouraker. spent ; free Cokes and Pop Corn as a gift from
Little Miss Kathleen Oliver,|'' the weekend with relatives here. jou June 5 at the same time. All i
to be rushed to the Ed Fraser ville last
I IOaver spent weekend with'Mr. Softball throw -I Boys] Edgar
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex John Wilkinson is j
I ICOID.JJunion Hospital Sunday night for Ireat- and Mrs. Harrell Bennett and; Williams, Joe Nolan, Bob Kasson. enlarging his]are invited to these services.
received her first Holy thicken house, adding a hundred
:
i{j tnent. her sister Joyce. I Gii-ls I J Patty Parrish, Violet After this month the services at"I
i
morning, C. L. PATRICK Gen.
Sunday
on ieet to each end. It seems he Mgr.
I en-
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Harper an- Mrs Earl ,
Wilkes toI
is proud Burnsed. Donna Fouraker. :I Padgett Church will be on the
May 8, at St. Paul's Catholic having
so
joys many young chicks
nounce the arrival of a baby have been,able to take'her mother i The 9th grade came away with ,
Church in Jacksonville. A reception to care for. first and third Sundays at 2:30p. Martin Theatres, Inca, of Florida
I[daughter; on Wednesday, May 11, home Sunday from the St. high honors and the outstanding !
was held for her at her home Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Padgett. m.
,in the Baptist Hospital, Jackson- Vincent's Hospital.Mr. boy and girl participants selected
2845 Ernest St., Sunday afternoon!
Sudd Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Randy -
tt 4 o'clock. I(|i rule The young lady has been and Mrs. A. H. Crews and by .the judges were Harold and
Sutton and Lloyd
named Dawn Ruth. !Sitndson, Leroy Wilson Donna Fouraker Wilkinson
both 9th
and Miss graders.
O. P. Oliver, Jr. returned home I
ail of Tampa, spent the weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor Eoise TOM ADAMS
Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Mike Cannon of Maxville set anew
May 18 from a three weeks tourot with relatives and friends in this 1
duty off the coast of Maine.;.md son. Scott of Sarasota spent my G1 een and baby son, and Mrs.T. ,record for high jump 5 ft.!I section. ,
!last weekend here with Mrs.'Taytor's C. Butler'of Jacksonville spent 5 inches. '
He is with the U. S. Navy,' i'' I Vina .Martin .and family ofLawtey
parents Mr. and Mrs. Rob- last Sunday at Kingsley Lake. The Eastern Star will sell t : -
Mrs. E. D. Fussell of Bushnell were weekend guests of f I was chosen over hit
is visiting! her daughter Mrs. C.I;'.i el it O'Neal. The Taylors were called Chapter:! 171. Order of the East-I i annks. hot dogs, slaw, cakes and relatives here: DO UAVETNIS HANDY
here by-the illness of Mr. TaYll's ern Star held its regular business I pies next Tuesday May 24. The!II j
'
P, Oliver Jr. Mrs run-off
Mr. and Fid Thomas and GAS OM in
mother, Mrs. Carrie Taylor, meeting Monday night in the wagon will be between Every I TAP, opponent
of Jacksonville -
Mrs. Mae Warren I
M. Boree of visited
who is a patient in the Green Chapter Room. The I Middleburg JUST TURN
ON
Beach is visiting with her!!: room was body's Lunch and Corbett's r-I the Stricklands Thursday night I IT
Cove Hospital. Also his brother.. beautifully decorated with roses::age. *
I ANDSAY'GIDDAP/
sister Mrs. Sue Noble. of las week. Mrs. Thomas said 63
Harry Taylor, was seriously hurt ;i t and Easter lilies. After the regu- j Mr. and Mrs. Bud Welch attended ] know
The Baldwin Lion's Auxiliarywill
she didn't she
I I was coming |
in an automobile accident near lIar I meting, OUR OWN Alma No-j ; funeral services in Cross
meet Monday night, May 23. to but Jim
a preaching seryice 1
,
nest''Mddleburg Friday night and is{I II Ian. Grand'Instructor' of District I City Thursday for Mr. Welch's I AtVIUR
Tile Lion's Club will meet n 0
; preach us the
a good sermon on
!ljnHncd I : to the Baptist Hospital.'((21,, was honored whIT an Imprtss- Jnother-in-law, Frank Oliver. They I SERVICE 1c. a
Tuesday, May 24. of Florida'scounties
I 1 New Covenant, and all of us enjoyed -
Mr. and Mrs A. M. Cox of Mrs. Hub Maroney and son will ive courtesy' and given a gift. Oliver's] were former residents of i i I it.
''leave Thursday for their homein j Mts. Nolan will '
conduct a Baldwin. i
Kansas City Mo. spent last week- I We were overjoyed Sunday tosee
Bell Linden Ala. Mr. Maroney will !,School] 'of Instructions on May 21.I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Walton and .
end with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I so many folks back in church.
i I:jun them when school is out On Representatives from each chap- I i I son of Jacksonville and Mrs.. Ella j t 8
and family. I "Among those were Debbie Phillips -
Bell and Monday night. Mr and Mrs. Jim i, ttr in the district will be present.I II Ellison were dinner guests of Mr. I, t :00P a6A5
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Purvis Brown Bill Pendar-
: Glace and family, Mr. and Mrs..including: Mrs. Francis Kissling, and Mrs. J. H. Goolsby on Mother's ,; f
Richard and Eugene Bell enjoyed I I vis, Tully Norman. James Griffis i iai."o
IF.t M. Bullard and Mr.j( : 3.
Lake' family Grand Matron of Jacksonville. A .i Day. L5dcsIATTh14 on May
outing at Kingsley
an \ looks much improved from i
:'' and Mrs. D. C. Meeks and family. I luncheon will be served at 10 a. Mrs. j. H. Goolsby celebrated) I

Sunday. !|arid Mr. and Mrs. Harold Avinger Im! I her 73th birthday on Monday,']the week before. Also glad to re-1'
Senior !
The Baldwin High School I !port Mamie Ban-on has recovered
and son gave a cook-out In their Mrs. John Hussey of Cocoa ar- May 9, and received' many lovely] I
Class will leave on Thursday I I sufficiently from her recent "I WILL DEEPLY APPRECIATE
honor at the home of Mr. and raved for !
Wednesday week's I
a guts.
May 26, for New Orleans, La, j i{I I throat operation to return homeSaturdaYt
where they will enjoy a delightful Mrs. Grace. visit with her parents Mr. and : We are.glad that Mrs. L. C. I YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT"ECUETML1
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Goolsby Mis. Bud Welch Mrs. Wech Is Oliver is much improved: from :a
will return
sightseeing tour. They The Associational Sunday
:\isited in Florala. Ala. and Lau- dad to have her mother, Mrs. recent illness.
home on Sunday, May 29. They School meeting was held with the ,
i i rel Hill.Fla. last week. Mr. Gools- Jcanette Prior, back home after
will be chaperoned by Principal I
Highland Church Thursday, May
by's I brother-in-law and sister, an extended visit in California.Mrs rvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
Purcell and Mrs. Bennie T. Fielding 19-
Mr. and Mrs. Stokes, were in a I Prior's home is in Tampa.
class teacher. All 29 seniors 1 Saturday, May 21, there will bea
I hospital in Laurel l, but are ableI I Bessie Lee Colson, local colored MAXVILLE
plan to go on the trip. working at the Highland
j I to: be at home now. i mother, has been chosen as the
the First
The Brotherhood of Church pastonum. Men are ask-I [
!t Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lewis visited "Mother of the Year from the OF STATE
Baptist Church met Tuesday By Mrs. C. B. Nolan -
{ last week in Columbia Ala. New Stantion High School in

night. I wth; Mrs. Lewis's brother Ernest Jacksonville. She' was the only ........ .. ...... -
,Rev. J. Tom Harper, Rev. Billy ,
I Anglin and family. contestant from Baldwin and -
Patterson, and Rev. Moody Ad- represented Surprise Anniversary Party
I Ralph Lewis, Jr. is visiting this the 10th grade 'home Give A
ams left after the evening tent Young Man A
night I week with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I room class of the school'of whicn Mr.: and Mrs. John North werehonored Chance
meeting services on Sunday
will attend j: Anglm and family in Columbia, W W. Green is the home roomteacher. 'I Wednesday; night May
for Miami where they
I
; Thirty-four mothers 11. with a surprise party on their

the Florida Baptist Convention I Ala.Little Dennis Lee Carleton, son participated( in the event. She collected silver wedding anniversary. After JENNINGS
ai) of this week. 1
Crews :I cf Mr. and Mrs. CUrtis Carleton I $85.55 of the final $639 col- the player meeting services at
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
'I turned home Friday'from the sleeted all over the county. The the Maxville Baptist, Church Wi. ARLIN'GWI
Jacksonville .
visited Sunday relatives afternoon.The in. on Hope Haven Hospital and seems I money will go for curtains for the Oscar Harris, sister of Mrs. North, *. *

to be getting along nicely. wishes to and Ernest Wellhausen and Frank
Methodist WSCS held I a; ditol ium. .Bessie Lee
I
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Caddell! !thank:, all of. the nice people who Wellhausen, her brothers, sur-
their regular business meeting I them. About 25 guests -
\ ar.d family moved to Jacksonville contributed to her success, both prised enjoyed I
Tuesday night, May 17. at the I
occasion.Mr.
last week. Mr. Caddell has ac- white and colored.Mr. this
and Mrs. j. David Padgett = .
Watson and
and Mrs; Bill

daughter of Ocoee spent the week visited in Middleburg Sunday TO THE CITIZENS OF

To My Friends and SupportersI end here with Mrs., Deressa Harris evening Mosley. with Mr. and Mrs. Bud ,) I Ix

family.
and _
Ted Harris arrived on the Mrs. Mertice Bell entertainedat

take this means of thanking you for the Shangri-La last weekend and will her home here Saturday night BRADFORD COUNTY :
with,J birthday party honoringher
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fine vote and support ;you-gave'in-re-electing me be the stationed weekend.here'wtth:at Mayport.hiS lir;)n spent ih- daughter,Janice,"on her"14th -..

your Constable, District 3, Duval County. I appreciate'the ,r, Mrs. Deressa Harris, and fam- :birthday. Again I want to humbly thank each_and everyone 3'

confidence you'have shown in me and Ily.The The Ladies Adult Class of the for their vote and support they gave1 me on May
Church the
I ,second annual Baldwin Maxville Baptist won 3. It is deeply appreciated and I ask each and every--

will i try to show, m)' appreciation in many ways High School Intra-Mural Track attendance banner Sunday.efficiency The one and all the others for their vote and support

during my new term. Meet: was held Friday: May 13, at I Junior Girls won the : on May 24.

the school. In the morning the: banner. ,
YOUR FRIEND ?th and 8th' grades clashed with: Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilnaks I *'

the latter taking honors. In the were dinner guests of Mr and To give an experienced, capable, qualified, ,'
.11
EMORY V. ROBERTS :afternoon the 9th. 10th 11th and Mis. Willie Harts Sunday. young man a chance to serve you a your Sheriff. I -

12th competed. The 9th and 12th A group of young people fn-j still keep my stand on the platform I presented to

(Fd. PoL Adv.) grades won their brackets and joyed a baseball game at 'you the people of Bradford County during the first x' '
Mrs. John NortnSunday. I
home of Mr. and
advanced to the finals, where a primary. ,
will
The same group .
meet again this Sunday for another i

game. 1. That is to organize and work with young people *

We are very sorry to learn that in this County in a Jr. Deputy Club to help

fWcrnf fo tell you something Rev. Cutshaw's wife had a strokeat combat juvenile delinquency.

i her home in Tennessee and

\\\you won'f Rev. Cutshaw will be unable to 2. That I will operate the Sheriffs Office economically '
preach the revival slated for June
Church.We and on the revenue produced. IACTIVE can do this
at the Maxville Baptist
\fprgef.I' # surely hope that Mrs. Cut- by being a WORKING ,and SHERIFF ti

: s-haw will be well soon. myself, and cutting out unnecessary expense. For

.... #o ; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 'Padgettand

of' ,,' family of Middleburg visited 3. To ,cooperate with all other law enforcement of.

;:-' j ,',< Sandy with Mr. and Mrs. Harry ficers, both federal, state and city.

:s' k Padgett and family.
.,. '! oJ, .. "' and Mrs. Lacey Brown and
{ .'. Mr. 4. To enforce all laws in Bradford County without
f : Owen S HERIFF
and
"....1t'.tl., :, daughter.: Irene,
., T...'7t"\, yak r Knight attended the wrestling fear or favor.
'
-" .'. .. matches in Jacksonville Thurs
: )' day night. May I state at this time the rumors that are '

!' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell had as being told about me and my campaign are false.

their guest last weekend, Mr. and May I also state that NO ONE has been promised Farmer 9 Family M an. ExperiencedLaw

S Y. '<:;, Mrs. A. M. Cox of Kansas City, a job if ,I'm elected your Sheriff. May I also make

.:J.. Mo. it clear to the public that I myself have not thought Enforcement Officer

I J Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bell and of for these
Also
positions. the statement
.. anyone
a ,,
FORMERLY WITH FLA. HIGHWAY PATROL
? and Richard Bell enjoyed -
Eugene I made at first, I will have no relatives of mine

':; 7 an outing' at Kingsley Lake working' with me-and I will not be dictated to in

r ,, ,Sunday. this office by anyone but myself. I am a candidate
Misses Shirley Wilkinson and STATE OF FLORIDA
I wanting to be tied to each citizen of the County
'. Carolyn Smith and Howard Dur- Office Of /
\ rance. Wilbur Bell and Anon as their Sheriff for you the people are the Boss.

Padgett are among the seniors I DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
'
,-.".. from Maxville who will leave next I When I am elected your Sheriff I shall hold Tallahassee

.. Thursday for a class Vip to New this office in the highest esteem and shall, return.

t Oi leans. ,: it to the people where it belongs untarnished. March 2, 1960

f... '. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and

LrN family of Jacksonville Visited; on TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
n Again I ask you to give a young man a chance

You won't forget how much money you havepaid .. '.. Thursday with Mrs. Dorothy to serve you as your Sheriff on May 24th. This is to certify that Jennings W Starling
Waters and family. Mrs. Waters the Florida Highway Patrol
was employed by as
: :;'
for what-if '; ,
whom when and you :
to ; and Linda and Roger Watersand
tV a patrolman September 17, 1953 and, resigned of
have a record of each transaction on ar checkbook : Richard Norman visited in Live
SignedJennings his own accord December 16, 1955
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stub. And if by check you can'tforget : Oak Sunday with Mrs Bill Ro with the
you pay ,, ; Mr. Starling's services while patrol
Martia.Mis.
berson and daughter
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to obtain a.receipt. Your cancelled ,,1t., Roberson accompanied them ", were very satisfactory, He performed his duties

checks are automatic receipts, returned to you : home for a visit. S : Starling I in a curteous and diligent manner,/: and was a

'pe iodically. To enjoy easier more accurate i. 'i, r.k ... Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson -;" gentleman at all times.
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,; v Jr. and family and Mrs. Gladys P _
bookkeeping, ; .
personal ,4 r. 4..2DPE1f H. N, K1RKMAN,

,:. .. A CHICKING ACCOUNT WITH US SOON!, ',-: -d'ffANlf 'Ir. .' .'. I Copeland at Kingsley and family Beach spent, Sunday : ; : *. i Director."

., 1 Misses, Alene Sweat and Alice -
1 Stubbs entertained at the homeof

Miss Sweat last Friday night:.
'- '- with a weiner roast. About 30 The Vote for Sheriff
young people enjoyed this occasion. and Support you give Jennings Starling your. on

FLORIDA: .

,.; Mr. and Mrs. jack Waters and j May 24th will; be a vote to, help build the future of your children. Your

:Iii: ,: : IT: !3JARKEt : I. : family visited Friday night with "

IftWANCt MM Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family.I support will ,be merited and deeply appreciated.
W II IMKSOf Tht FW0' "NATIONAL"' t OU' rirSINYEOIA" CIK3HT Misses Patty Parrish Mary KU- .

gore, and Shirley Higginbothamwere .
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nyI and cover the top. Bake 50 min. Dianne Peitx, Danny Deitz: Dtnise I long the East edge of right of1'ay t of said Section, Township and County, Florida, and the seal of I '!&/ Charles A. Darby,
at 325 degrees. Serves 12. Delta the, residence of each of whomis of said Highway a distance Range; together with all tene-I raid Court at Starke. Florida this C.erk of the Circuit Court of. 11
Syiva North Carolina, and the
I : of 100 feet to a stake ments hereditament* and ap- 4th day of May 1960. Bradford County Florida
Helpful Hints. When using unknown heirs devisees legatees. thence run Easterly 483! and p-irtenances thereto belonging .
j lienors, (iRcurr COURT SEAL) 5'5: 4t 511'!
I paint' from the can take a roil: grantees, creditors and 90100 feet to a stake 300 feet or In anyway appertaining; (above -I
l utter claimant claiming any Inte8t Xorth of South edge of West as State Road 200 existedin I
I Iaiound
and drive holes in the dent all! in the hereinafter described Half of Southeast Quarter of 1S55) EXCEPT additional
the edge at the top. The I property b)', through, under or Northwest Quarter of said Section right of way of said road conveyed -
J I( against Wilford Cline Delta, deceased Township and Range, since 1955; when needRELIABLE
paint will drain back into the can] you
1, I| ; thence run South 100 feet to a
7 cgg cDOMCA I"and not drip. I use rubber tile on: You, and each of you, are hereby- stake, thence Westerly jot: and :ni This hi i shed order once and a notice meek shall for four be
t.9tfied! that a suit in Equitrhas 57/100 feet to point 'of commencement -
most all the floors. It saves a lot i iwnn brought against the consecutiveweeks In the FTadford I
you in said lands lying and
Iili'i/""" Nl Iil'Rr-- of waxing, and one does not slip I j joa I Circuit Court of Pradford County, being in East Half of Southwest I County newspaper Telegraph published a in duly Bradford qualified GAS SERVICETHINK
the rubber tile. Florida and you are hereby sum- Quarter of Northwest Quarterand C..unty, Florida. I
Wherein the busy days of and one-half lots. I plant a var- I I IJ.me tinned, ordered and required tofile I West Half of Southeast WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
This month is one-half our written defenses tothe I I
gone. answer or Quarter of Northwest
Springtime fly by. I clean house iety of vegetable so do not give I complaint filed herein against i! Quarter the said Circuit Court of Bradford I II OF
',I
is a nice month here, as we :, SLADE| DAS
and 'listen to the song of the too much space to any one kindI you in the above entitled cause in
should have strawberries to eat, ,i tine office of the Clerk of said I
birds. I plant my garden. see my potatoes are coming
up 'ourt at Starke. Florida on' or
and often green beans. The Papa I That's Our
Dear Love, dear heart, when timeis and peas are growing fast. I setout }!i before June C, I860! and to servea Business TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS '
TO OR UP
wrens came back and looked the copy of such answer upon Hollis 1,000
fled 52 tomato plants and plan boxes over. Any day now I look !'I Y Knight plaintiff's attorney U It's Glass We Have III I
Arid I no longer sing now to set out more cabbage I I herein whose address' is P. O. Box: PHONE WO 4.3551
for return begin i CALL WRITE
them both to and or VISIT
I leave this message to be read plants so all will not head at the 1S42, Starke. Florida on or before
I building nests. To me, birds': sad: date, as required by the Laws -
In sunlight and in spring, same time. I planted quite a of Florida
1 'and the Florida Rules
Of life, of faith, of years content I watch of.cucumbers, as I want to have always been a source of joy i j\\ff Ido I I Civil, Procedure If you fail to Joe Peters Glass Co. I _
I and wonder. I have planted my : 'so. decree pro confesso will be
Because our love was soTla.t 1111 my six gallon jar with sweet zinnias and petunia seeds. This;',,I entered against you for the relief SEE
when the form of anguish chunk pickles. i iI ''d[' -il-Mnand in said complaint : FOR ANY GLASS NEED I
I'will: be my 15th summer in Ne-I' The nature of said suit is to .
went For Mother's Day my son and I braska. Someday I want to comeback I jfoieilose a contract given to the 4 We Design Modern Store Fronts
The spirit would not go family sent me a lovely hat anda j plaintiff and recorded in Deed Book Just Mail Us A Pattern for
to Florida. To old
see my RAIDERS
And this in trutn, j X5; at page 51, et seq. of the publicrt'l'ard1l OF RED CAP
on page very
pair of white summer gloves. Iras schoolhouse. To perhaps walk the of Bradford County, Florida, Table Tops
A 'lyric and a flame, \ upon the following described prop-
Immortal May and a kiss really happy. sllady sandy roads I so often I erty situate in Bradford County., 1313 N.W. 4th PL! Gainesville Fla. Phone Ft 24353 I
Oh, we have a new puppy dog. walked to school. I love Florida I j, Ki rida, to-w it: Saturday Morning, May 21
The music, and your name. Dun surprised me with him. He and its people. This job has been i| From the Southwest corner of I
-Louise McNeill. II of the Past Half of Southwest I
is a Boston Terrier bulldog, black a challenge and although I workj I 1 Quarter of Northwest Quarter
,
I do believe 'Springtime is the, a d white born in January. He I hard. I am happy and feel I have I t I (OS of SW14 of XAV,) of Section RADIO DISPATCHED I :
10, Township 6 South. FLORIDA
time of the So THATER
hest year. manychanges is registered and his name .is I been successful. I had a nice letter Range 22 East, run East on
in my We have come a- "Gabby. Right now he is from Wanda Jean Manning.I South boundary line of said E% ,
in & was 'chew-I of SWU: of XWU 604 and 9'10 # 4
bqut April May My son SERVICI
of old 12
on one She is
ing my call her my girl now. feet to East edge of 'right of ,
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barn in May,-and Don and I were is trouble but lots of fun. Wee ears old. I way of State Highway No. 200 "

married 14 years on Tuesday th still have Digger, and try not to Bye now, and have a happy I I (Northeast formerly! along No. 13)said. thence East edge run i 10:00: A.M.

nth. neglect him, so he is not jealous. summer. I of right of way of said State I

Here the lilacs are In bloom,, He is blind and very( good to God bless you every one. Highway for the POINT a distance OF COMME.VpEMEXT of 200 feet- T .- 0 o',l : I Sponsored by the Following Merchants:

and my beautiful tulips. I have! Gabby. He lets him eat out of LOVE, Mother LURA thence run Northeast aWILLIAMS !
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crabtree just covered with deep, his dish. I take both walking. -..- : ? II I

PUIK blossoms. I do not think I, Scalloped Chicken. Cook a 32! I! I GEM JEWELRY } WILLIAMS JEWELRY

was ever happier. I, have my big to 4 lb. chicken until the bones'can i' \OTICKlo '

house clean from attic to basement -, be removed. Cut chicken i iI \\hom It Nay i'anrrrat :I INotice I SALES LOCAL FINANCE CO. SIMMONS' KOCH
It is such a glad feeling tat I lump' is given that pursuant to j ,
Add
neat cross wise. a i
up f a ration filed bv Leroy W Haines, j DRUG STORE
last be done. I have the floor of butter if the chicken is not fat. i in behalf of Container Corporation i i G .,a a+ees acct SERVICE CRAWFORD BROS.

in the office to wax, and that I Measure the broth and add water |of dewnhed America"property., owner of the following JEWELRY GULF SERVICE STA. DENMARK FURN. CO.

nay do when 1 'get this:written. to make four cups. When it is All of the lands adjacent to a''I

I have washed blankets and rugs, cool add three beaten eggs. Cube road approximately 33 feet wide, II WATCHES DIAMONDS liCTOR i TERWILLEGAR ACE ELEC. SERVICE
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leiriing off of state; Road Xo. 18, in | RCA ;EGll1..t
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curtains and soiled.I I
everything Gp1A
6 slices of bread and stir in egg ''a northerly direction, and running .:.. MOTORS
I REPAIRS
have 14 large rooms besides one and broth mixture. Season with through Sections 12 and 13,* Township I I II STARKE TELEPHONE

and one-half baths, chapel, cas- salt and Grease a glass 7 South, Range 20 East. AH Work Guaranteed STEREO& RADIO_ WOodland SERVICE ON I CHARLEY
pepper. I i We han set for lO'.OO o'clock A. I I E. JOHNS STARKE BUILDERS
ket room in basement, : SALES REPAIRS ALL MAKES
D.
seven M. on the Sth day of JuneA. 4-6901
about. 8 15. Add cut-up Insurance
by A. C. Williams I
ran I II' Agency SUPPLIES
stairways, and an elevator. I am i960! in the Courtroom of the courthouse ,I I'0' --------- ------------ '
\ chicken to the bread and broth at Starke Florida a public.
so too : 142 W: Call St.
happy
because I even have I' '. hearing1 to consider whether or not .
my big garden planted. That in and egg mixture. Pour into greased : paid road shall be abandoned.All Starke, Fla. SHEPHERD\ I I "MAY"( will be the month for the

itself is a chore, as I have one,' pan, crumble up corn flakes :: persons firms or corporations the aband- I I
I having tninent any of objections said road to will be present '-'- INMAN.DCREEN OWNER_ 41Z E. CALL- STARKE. I GREATEST loriES. of the Year.

:, .._._ __ _'.-" ,-' q'I.. I at said meeting and will be 1--_-=------__ -I." ".
giwn an opportunity to be heard.
This 2nd day of May, 1960
Hoard Of County Commissioners
IVadford County DEMOCRATIC
Your Sheriff IU H. A. Bishop, Jr.
Chairman Of The Board
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Chaies A. Darby ,' : ..
Pete"4D CK-ik To Board 0 .
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1tIS' : MAY( 24, 1960
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HRIDFOIID ( LINTY'LINTY, FLORID, -T
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IN .,A .- o,,a''_t' :- .,.:", ,...., : .
DCOG1XS, Plaintiff, I Ix

vs.ELIZABETH. .. .
: DEITZ, et al., -

Dtft'ndants.OTln: OF SUIT x ?_' To vote for a person whose name is printed :on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of 0 the,"' -

IX THE NAME OF TilE STATE OF .1* 1 name of the person for whom you desire to vo'te. '+- '\ .#
FLORID: TO: .' '
Elizabeth Delta, a widow, whose ,..., : : .
residence! la Syiva, North Carolina, "' I -

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GOVERNOR ,

SA YS: 1 1U Place, an (O) in the circle at the top lof .

(Vote for one) the column of the >group of delegates for BOB JOHNSON 0

1la1fll1oUI"Il whom you wish to vote.CANDIDATES .
will Arab ROY C. JONES \
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FARRIS BRYANT o.

YOU'RE .DO.1t TERMITE CONTROL I PREFERRING JAMES "JIMMY"\ MILLIGAN ,
,SAVE to$100 plontt.or morn Eoiy to use No DOYLE E. CARLTON, JR. I 1
I Jarre Profesjionolly proven
GEORGE A. SMATHERS
yea/ protection. Get FREE folder DAYTON J. MURRAY ,
your lumber Tard.Thoujwdj wTit .
.. I SECRETARY OF STATE for President
Starke Builders Supply JOHN l\f.\ sPOtTS\vOOD ,. ,

219 E. Washington (Vote 'for one)
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TOM ADAMS I' I >. i.y NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN\

tTO I DELEGATES.AT..ARGr4. .
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JESS YARBOROUGH I'I'I 1 i ii "
1 BOB SIKES (Vote for one)

FOR ,
A THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 'Organizing Chairman _

. TUllI MOST (Vote for one) LEROY COLLINSSPESSARD POLLY ROSE BALF.E I


Free Fish WEAR I L. HOLLAND FLORENCE BLAKLEY t

Fry family'* shoes often. DOYLE .CONNER I I o.
Check your
Prompt attention mat mum.or amend : WILLIAM C. LANTAFF YRTIE G. BROWN ,
over heels means er W. R. "BUSTER" HANCOCK I r \

Given By My.. Friends and Supporters maximunk pair of shoes value See from us every pr.OIt 4 I .'., R. A. GRAY GRACE JEFFRIES COGAN \ ,


County LEE E. WEISSENBORN MRS. J. NEAL (MARY) SOX I 1 I 0''

.SAT R DAY. MAY 21 COURTSHOE /.I.r' SHERIFF- BOB") FOKES

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PEGGY EHRMANN \ ,

REPAIR (Vote fer'one. ) ED H. PRICE, JR.
6 P.M. DOTTY HALLOCK \ I I
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Conway Airpark (Opposite Court House) ;P. D. REDDISH n J. BRAILEY ODHAM NAOMI T. MURRELL

126 North Court St. STEPHEN A. CALDER '

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! JENNINGS STARLING I MILLARD F. CALDWELL Janet B.Dlrs( Lucian F.) rHOMAS I


COUNTY COMMISSIONER: WILBUR C. KING .
'nJ LIJTARKE .
SPECIAL MUSIC ARTHUR A. SIMPSON .
fL'\\ District No.>> 3 .. I .

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J. OLLIE EDMUNDSFRANCES '' -- _:
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JOYCE C. CRISP : .io' : ,
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THE POLLS m MAY 24 Rock IIud on and Jean Simons .-' : ) .. : ,

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'CALl REDDISH ,HEADQUARTERS WED., THUR, May 25.26 ;0'.t..:\::,,";. ;;" .:'....: :.. s", ',!.f'.;" 0 B. TOMLINSON, .' ._"0 .;', ."..'._.-',,'i_3'C"_.;"<.:,-. "o,"_.,'/.'.. -

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Phone STory ,2-3261 .'. t' .: .
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: VOTE: P. 'D. REDDISH !I.XT! Kathy carfy'le''Dougias'Badgers t. "'l.tQ-i.1 i'" Of fl, ", a r.F'(4.k:- : :, ., :, -: ._''', ".: ,1"i.'y< ;. ,..,-;_ '

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Eighth Congressional -
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For Experience -. D. R. (BILLY) MATTHEWSo'
Fred MacMurray & Joan Weldon J :'

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:r.trn8nAY.lAY 19 19(50 .. ERADFOBb. ,COOT! "TELEGRAPH. STARKE,_ FLORIDA r :. '.E .a'J,;
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VYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyT Dan Johnson of Hampton.Two Milton Mosher, with seven fgtrt .g1..trtlf.Yl/f TgltifBROOXER I became I -- -
Ladies-in-waiting.
I pre- They salad-course. Mrs. Temple was assisted :Mrs. E.1.. Lester, and Mrs. A. F. aad: her home dreorarfd In rd,
from Hampton will receive sont.WMD. were Grade Allen Patty Bigham, by Mrs. Dot Norten. Mrs. : -ticDavid
served the
-: girls. Each i white, and blue to rep. -* u. {ih*
T HAMPTON degrees at University of Florida : : Circles, Meet: Regina Harrell, Janice Mott, and i(Temple's home "was decorated to jirl was presented corsage, made United State Each, gr.U i'\ hed
graduation ceremonies on Mon- I Shower For Mrs. Rhoden Azil Lee Padgett.'Their guest Mrs.i|ieprescnt Hawaii. Each girls was i>y Mrs. E. L. Lester, and a china i j, a miniature flag as tneir favor
By tin. D. E. 1111AuAA.AA.A..AAAA. day June 6. Barbara Matchett, WMP Circles held their regular} I "By Shirley'Grwn Lila Mundy of Starke, presented i i I tiven a flower 'for her hair 'and elephant. At the home of Mrs.JMrs. Theo Dyal and iirs. James
daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. 'meetings at the Baptist Church the girls with their Badges. The :a Hawaiian Lei. The main course .Howard Douglas, the girls were,(Temple accompanied the girl
...&. Matchett will receive her B. A. on Thursday last week, with &&A&AA&&a&&a&&AAA&aA&I Girls counselors are Mrs. Theo was served at the Community !served dessert. Mrs. Douglas was fiom house to house. At each
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Graduation Time- degree in Education. Robert Was- "Educating Youth in Missions"for I Mrs. Malcolm Lewis Dyal and Mrs. James Temple. :I.i C_nter. It was decorated fo, represent assisted i 'by Mrs. Iva Douglas and'hone Some pliase tjf foreign & A.
Sth Grade, II. S., And U. F. din will be granted his B. S. degree the program. Presenting the !f was in j A Progressive Dinner was given I II ,: Africa., Mrs. Theo ural Mrs. Leta Sparks. Mrs. Douglas i Work, -was presented.
in Business Administration. topic for the afternoon circle was Gainesville on business Monday. for the Girls Auxiliary Friday:' '- .' . r- _
With the closing of the school Church Sponsors Youth Mis. W. P. McElroy, and in the Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey I night by WMU members and mo'thers. -I II
year less than t weeks away, Camp Retreat Saturday evening. Mrs. E. :L. Birt assistedby were the Sunday afternoon guests I': The girls were served ap- ,
emphasis is on graduation.Eighth Mrs. Joe Roop Mrs. C. R. o: Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes in ''pc-tizers at the home of Mrs. J. C. REPUBLICAN ,
grade graduation ceremonies for Twenty-five young people from Hicks, and Mrs. Milton Mosher.. ,Lake Butler. ;iarreli, .which was decorated to : .
Hampton Elementary School will Hampton Baptist Church attended After the program and business Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and (r,represent Old Mexica. Fans were I II E :< SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT
be Tuesday! evening, May 31, in the youth camp retreat last girls the > ., :
were
meeting, a bridal shower honoredMrs. weekend 'guests of 1 given to the girls for favors. Mrs. }
the school auditorium.This I Saturday at the lake home of Mr. Walter Rhoden. Game prizesa I his parents,.Mr. and Mrs. Dave I Harrell was assisted by Mrs. Ver- j f MAY 24, 1960
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and Mrs J. W. Home near Keystone .
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;year's graduation class isI: ;; the shower were won by Clair- Green. llie Johns and,'Mrs. Doris Kelley. ;I II ',
one of the largest ever at this Heights. mll Cooper and Mrs. D.'E. Hill. Olan Polk spent the weekend The soup course, : was served at the : BRADFORD COUNTY
school, with 21 members. They Guest speakers for the day included After opening of the gifts, refrEshments with Morirs Johnson in Waldo. I home of Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. .
include: ; Rev. Marvin Steadham of, of cake and punch.I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery and She was assisted by Mrs. Guy : PRECINCT NO.-

Don Brandes, Joanne Carter Palatka, regional missionary; Rev. were served to the 22 present. son, Freddy of DeFuniak Springs i Harrell.. Mrs. Bigham had her ,

JcyZie 'co llin. Marcia Griffis, H. F. Jarvis 'pastor of Waldo I The cake, made in the shape of were the weekend guests of the home decorated to represent I I To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark 'a dross (X) in
Baptist Church and Rev. Jack
Inger Hansen, Lancin Hersey, ; :a sailboat, represented the ship Earl!: Green and Ernest Edwards China. The girls received lanterns ,
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the the RIGHT of the of the for whom
Mabry pastor' of :Madison St. I families. square at name person you desire to vote,
Wayne Hersey. Joann JImes, Myrtle of matrimony, and the nautical and miniature umbrellas as fav-
for Delegates in which case mark a cross (X) in the circle .
Baptist Church in Starke. Mrs. except you only.
Eloise
Tommy Bennett and
Ann Prison.' Steven :Jerrell. I theme was carried out in the de : sons 01 s. At the home .of Mrs. James
Mary Ann Long Linda Loper, Haines of First Baptist Church I corations. I of Pompano Beach spent Sunday ,Temple, the girls were served ,the
Joyce Melton Bill Phillips, Carl ,Starke, presented special music. Personals j and Monday with the Fred Mc- r OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL REPUBLICAN NATIONAL
Rhoden Carolyn Rh den, Earl!.{The day's activities also included Mr. and Mrs. George Williams David family. I
Rhoden.: Patsy Roark. Robert Bible study apd recreation peri- were hosts at a family reunion Miss Linda Green was the Sat- PREFERENCE PRIMARY BALLOT COMMITTEEMAN

Roop. Ralph) Williams, and Nancy I I 1 iris, as w 11.asJuhch' and supper. dinner Sunday May 15, at their urday guest of Miss Markley Place an (X) in the circle at. the r top of (Vole 'for one)
J hers working with the young I Johns in Starke. '
Zacek! home. Present were Mr. and Mrs.L.
I the column of the of delegates for
people 'during the day were Rev. group
I IH.e A. Wiggins of Jacksonville; Mr. Mrs. Lottie Dauphin of Coffee
Hampton'BracHord will High be-School represented- raduaU6n at- and Mrs." W. P._Mc'Elroy, Mr. and and Mrs. Orie Wiggins, Mr. and Springs, Ala and Mrs. Lavada .,--, whom you wish to vote. ARTHUR A. ATKINSON !I I
? Mrs. C. L. Co per, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Don Neal Rev. L. G. Hemingway Wyse of Jacksonville visited Mr. I "
by Diane Wjiitehead and b. /n. f,, ,
Hicks.
E. Mrs. C.
Ff.dl.ana
and Miss Hilda Warren I and Mrs. N. J. Davis Saturday
Roy Morgan. Sue Chastain and ', ANTHONY S. BATTAGUA I
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Dolores Hardy also members "of 3h, of Starke; and Mr. and Mrs. ,night and Sunday. .":' I [
GA girls bt -Hahipt6n Baptist BUI; ilenafee, Joe Wiggins, Mrs. Miss Lucretia Cumbee of Jack- [.
this year BHS ,graduating class, i :' I JAMES L. GUILMARTIN i''
former Hampton residents. Church "observe 'GA focus week H. B. Wiggins, Howell Williams I sonville was home with her parents ". RICHARD M. NIXON ;
are -
i last \\( kith Junior GA'c pre- and the host and hostesses, all Mr. and ,Mrs. Warren Mi- '-" .
Williams., daughter of Mr. ifAtinS parts in the.,prayermeetteg cf Hampton. ztile this weekend.. <: ,'- f I II Iptr for PresidentDELEGATESATLARGE ,
and. Mrs. FrankVuliams, and -service last Wednesday even John D. Raulerson of Lake But- Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Witt and I f-"t : I REPUBLICAN NATIONALCOIIJIITTEEII'OIIAN
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formerly of Hampton, graduatesFnday" ing at the church. IntermediateGA's her, father of Mrs. R. O. Simmonsand son of Gainesville spent week- o::
June 3, torn -OafitevffleHigh i took part in the. prayer I Russell Raulerson of Hamp- end with Mr. and Mrs. Junior I II I .

\ School Glenda Vining, m etirig service on Wednesday I 1 lon, 'died Tuesday, May 10, in Witt and family.. I (Vote for one)
daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. :J. X.
Ga. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and
!Hoboken, where he was visiting -
evening this week. JunGA'salso I
Allen f Los; Angeles, Calif. graduates
relatives. Funeral services ton and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davie G. HAROLD ALEXANDER
there in June. Both are held a weiner roast Saturday, at I I I
and children of Waldo
were Thursday in Lake Butler. were CLATJE B. WILLIAMSPROVEN :: ," i. I ,
granddaughters of Mr. and Mrs. the home of their counselor. Mrs. Visiting here last weekend with 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis ..,- Organizing ChairmanG.

.I Mr. and Mrs. Simmons were her Sunday.

sister, Mrs. Onie May Swindell, Mr. and Mrs.. Warren Mizelle, ,HAROLD ALEXANDER ? ,
Your Sheriff and daughter of Palatka. M.*. Lana Taylor of Worthington, \ /hen Junior treats
Miss Jessie Brannen of Bartow ,Mr. Vandike Taylor of Cleveland, The pipes as toys 'c. C. SPADES
'''I rsited ''near Hampton, Sunday Ohio, and Mr. Orville Taylor of It's time to call: f '
fete {!with her father J. J. Brannen.Mr. Travis Base, Calif., went to Jacksonville One of our boys. EARL E. T. SMITH
and Mrs. Bob Faile of I Saturday to carry Van-

). I Hampton are the parents of 'a I dike Taylor to catch a plane for ; "You've just 'GOT to Get that I Ii RALPH PLANER ':-,. :.', .> ;. ..... ,' 'f"
\ I daughter, born May 11 at the s I Cleveland. -.
'V. 'phnnbing' !" How time WILLIAM C. (BILL) CRAMER f.
i I flx.cI: many r
Dradford County Hopital in Star-j Mr. and "Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. : I' r:.N p'
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: htyou: heard those words? And
,j and family spent the weekend )lArtfORlE'H.: HOWALTEK :"
Ice. Mrs. Mary Jones of Trenton :Wv many tines have . -
sw with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham you thought ,
grandmother of Mrs. Faile, is I ."
to on/ih'at ;; ", .
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and call '
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with them here this wee Sr. in Lakejand. They also went LILLIAN B. HUBER .
slaying tos? ,
1 I| Why not do it now and get <
shopping in Tampa.Mr.
Mrs. M. W. Parsons of New :' -
11t over with? MURIEL HIRSCH PICK
and Mrs. Charles Waters i
!Richmond, Ohio Is visiting herewith
e I and family and Mrs. Witt of I '
her son-in-law and daughter GRETCHEN CARPENTER ..
Mr.and Mrs. Lbnnle Melton, :Gainesville were the Sunday I '
Hid: others. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junior sc,4 .
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Mrs. Enzie Morrow and son of i Witt and family.Mr. I DISTRICT DELEGATES ... .(" '
Plant City spent last weekend I and Mrs. J. C. Davis ,and :
j i. !1 sere, and Mr. and Mrs. G. P. daughter, Betty 'Ann, of Waldo e :FPI/cTANK'FRY/Ct- Eighth'Congressional District
,f/adsworth, Mr.. and Mrs. M. M. spent Saturday night with Mr.I HERSHEL HAYNES 4
latchctt and 'Mrs. tyorrow apdson and Mrs. N. J. Davis.
SAYS : ; all drove to Bunnell on Saturday Mrs.,G.( A. Gay has been con-I ELSIE M.
: 1 to visit the Thomas Wads- lined to her.home with the mea I .. .- .... ...... ,n
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worth family. : sles.: Also, Mrs. Guy Parrish is a I
: Vernon Forsyth has returned Let's Look I home! after a medical discharge''Hospital in Starke. We wish botha

1[rom the army. He has been sta- very speedy recovery.
1j j boned in Ft., Hood, Texas. I :Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. and I ;
Miss Betty Ellis of Tampa visited daughter, Jane, were in Jacksonville -
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at the I here Monday with her grandmother Monday visiting Mrs. Big-] Let Help Elect
1 sC II I Mrs. Mamie Meade. She !ham's sister, Mrs. Jimmy Whittle. s

\vas enroute home to Tampa after, Little David Whittle returned
to with them for a week's visit. !
Ii trip Michigan.Mrs.
Record onCRIME f .i. Jessie Chastain was an'vernight ': The Girls Auxiliary Presenta- I
tion Service was held Wednesdayr.ight 1 Pv7.
1t > visitor last week wither ] at the Baptist Church. Th?;! nij't' t t
sister, Mrs. H. F. Douglas, in;, .
girls wore white formals. Nine
High Springs. I iI I girls became Maidens. They were: .. w'
1 1 DETECTION Mrs. C. L. May was taken toj I Sire Douglas Ellen Elzey, Hilda
Machua; General Hospital in ) Harrell, Ramona Harrell, Dottie
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Gainesville Sunday, following a f .
| Sue Kelley Ernestine Lester, Patsy
During Sheriff Reddish's term in office heart attack. \ Pa gett, Brenda McDavid and

Bradford County has had 22 defendants Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mosher Del6r& Ann Parrish. Five< girls JR" .
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher "
indicted for murder. Of these 20 have ill drove to the Stephen Foster Friday afternoon. yeyx .
]ilemoiial at White Springs OD Mrs. Delmar Williamson and
dismissed
been convicted one. has been .:unday! afternoon.Mr. children returned last weekend ?r,.w.r*,

'by the Grand Jury, and one is still awaiting I' and Mrs. Ed Clouse and from :a trip to Palo Alto Calif.,
where she went to attend the .a.aS
Miss Millie Clouse, of Bradenton
trial.Sheriff ; funeral of her father.
I Sited: Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill last

Reddish Is One of Three I r" GO VEl{ ::01


Floridato Receive. Citation Sleet JOHN kt: 8 n


from the Governor of ,the _,$; : SPOTTSWOOD'FLORIDA'S


tote. I DEMo RA T1C V

'lIATIOAL COMMITTEEMAN.Setoad '

Reddish RECORD ATTAINABLE PROGRAM' I
to Sheriff
This citation was presented
Primary.; May 2L ,
In 1952 by Governor\ .Fuller Warren, who said: .. .....- .. ,


_ P. "It D. is Reddish matter by of persistent public notice application that Sheriff of I U1 -: IjlNif4" #:. t;,' JKtJ CARLTON is from a small l county: CARLTON'S Road Program will I xJ) -


scientific detection methods and modern, police I dite our road projects such 'as completing

technique, did solve four murders that oc I CARLTON four small counties :
{ represents the four-laping of U. S. 301 in
furred in the year of 1949 A.D. I I FOR FREETRANSPORTATION r'
_ as State Senator: Hardee' De- Florida.
"The foregoing testifies to the exemplary

manner in which Sheriff 'P. D. Reddish has Soto, Glades, Highlands.

discharged his responsibilities to the law-abid- ; CARL TbN'S oat program include! havthg -

ing -citizens of Bradford County and of the ,
of the
the
CARLTON knows problems: :
thve toad
State of Florida ." State Departmentpay

"In view of the 'aforesaid statements of TO THE POLLS small counties and will stand up for for Primary'Road f ightsofWay... The

fact,. it is fitting and proper that I, Fuller' the small county interests and the will make more 'money available 'forfarmtoYn'arket

Warren, by virtue'of the authority vested in .

me as Governor of Florida compliment and I small county rights. roads.
CALL WO( 44501 .
commend Sheriff P. D. Reddish for duty well ,
done' for painstaking performance of public !: 'li. {i nT' r! ;; r'l! !
f .R.R:1 .
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responsibility, and ,for honorable administration : ,"' ", I I I. '. ':I'I I. I

of an honorable office"Signed '.
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GOVERNOR FLORIDA '!DOYLE; L

HELP GET OUT THE VOTE FOR t .

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'BE ,I THE

MISLED RECORD DOYLIC NNER ', '- ... .
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At The Tabernacle I He Is going to use Pensacola Ea- [has passed through all the various packer to plant Pensacola Bahia' manent pastures and plan to use
Cancer Crusade
h'a' find Coastal Bermuda for hispcjmanent ; uses that are feasible and rejoins grass ieed- They al>o made a re-J legume cover irops'to Improve the

Martin, missionary I pasture, and will man the great hydrologic cycle I Quest for a soil conservation farm i organic material in their soil.
MilS Phyllis
1 ta Quito; Ecuador was welcomed I Ready To Start ;igeone'field of Coastal Bermuda in the sea or the atmosphere. }:oiton. NOTICEI

NEWS Sunday j for het). Farmers and ranchers, through Complete soil and water conservation -
CHURCH back into the services I
morning at the Gospel Tabernacle On $1,500 Goal ''I their oil conservation 'districtsand farm plans were de-j will not be responsible for

She brought greetings from Bradford County postmasters ai participants in small- leered to Henry Faber Harold i debts contracted by anyone other
tate that the Water Conservation watershed projects have the first
the Ecuadorian Christians and I Crawford, and Claude Rowe. All .
Mrs. W. Hal Hand of Saratoga I than !1lyself.-A. N. Yarbrough.2tp
: stamp is available at their responsibility to make efficientuse II
for I '
gave a word of appreciation Heights has been named House- i these ,
men are putting in per- 5-25
cooperation in offices. A four-cent commemorative of water for plant growth.
the interest and to-House, chairman of Bradford
BAPTIST CHURCH Methodist Church stamp calling attention to Through conservation practiceson
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far-flung ministry
her County for the 1961 Cancer Crusade -
Sunday Sunday School 10 will be showing the urgency of water conservation the land they can pass the
Miss Martin
Dr. Sara Lou Wells chapter '
a. m.. Morning mesage- 11 a. m. Schedule for the week of May pictures here soon of her work in I j chairman, announced yesterday. I in the U. S., was issued April 18. runoff to the watercourses with a SALE-PRICES
Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening I 22: republic. I minimum of loss.
I Ii this South American Mrs.: Hand, who has served on
message 8 p. m. I i Sunday Church School 9:45: Some members of the congregation the educational committee of the I A complete soil and water conservation SLASHED ON3T
Monday Bible Joy Club 41 a. .m. Morning! Worship, 11 a. m.1 attended the Harvey farm plan was preparedfur The Board of Supervisors for
; state board for'several has
to: 5 p. m.Wednesday. !Snack: Supper for MYF. 6 p. m.: Springer services at the Berea years I, Claude Rowe on his farm the Bradford Soil Conservation
i selected Mrs. P. G. Felos and Miss
Prayer Meeting I'! Youth Meetings, 6:30: p. m.Evening Baptist Church in Jacksonville Alvarez her co-chair-I !located in the Lawtey section. District met at the home of J. NYLON
Dorothy
1.30; p. m. Choir Practice 8:30: Worship, 7:30: p. m. i afternoon. as Claude is going to use a grass-I!B. Wlute. Those present were
p. m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- I'I Monday Methodist Men will Sunday men. Captains and.wOl'kel's. willbe i based rotation. He is turning under Chairman Sam McGarvey Sec-
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eit. Choir director: Fred Dodd.' meet for supper at the Kingsley i FAIT'II BAPTIST CIIURCIILawtqj The announced 1960 at Cancer a'later date.Crusade,,I his Aid pastures and planting retary J.. B. White. Foster Shi TUBELESS
i Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. C. them to crops. Some of his Smith and Zedra Hamilton mem-
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which week, has set
MADISON STREET BAPTIST I H. Nasworthy. Please note changein A. E. Slassey. Pastor begins this cropland he is planting to Pen- I bers. G. TV Huggins County by
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CHURCH time of meeting. Bible school 10 *. m. a minimum local goal of $1,500. sacola Bahia grass for pasture. I Agent, Leon Carter and Bill Ha-

Tuesday Cub Scout Pack Preaching, 11 a. m. Sixty cents out of every dollar It has been found that grass w I ag, Soil Conservation ,Service. GOooJioa
Block W. Madison St. will stay in Bradford County Mrs,
900 meets in Fellowship Hall 7:30: p.I Evening Service, 7:30 p m. a natural way to clear the soil ofsome The Board completed the score .,-
School 945 Joe Wood, Hand said; and that of the 40 per
Sunday m. Den Two will give the skit. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting of the insects that damage 1 sheet for the Goodyear Contest.
Superintendent. Wednesday Family night 7:30\ pm., Wednesday. cent that goes to the national row crops. Lloyd J. Green was named the HEW LOW PRICEAllWeather

Morning Worship 11:00.: supper, 6:30: p. m. Bishop Valencia: organization. 25 per cent goes for Emil Meyer of Hampton Lakeis outstanding conservation rancher MW3 m10N J
Training Union 6:15Jim Har- from the Philippines will be thespeaker. CHURCH: KEYSTONE national research, 12 percent to for in the Bradford Soil Conservation 5
Indigo
administer national of using Hairy a cover
ocn, Director. Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar programs I trop in his pecan grove. The'i District for 1959. Zedra
and educationand
Evening Worship 7:30.: Thursday Prayer group professional public Hamilton is getting the necessary
service and the remaining other day I was talking to Mr. Stronger. safer toads $14'
Hall, 9:30 a. Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Communion ; to be
Wednesday, Prayer Meeting meets in Fellowship medical Meyer when he remarked that he matenal: for erecting signs with Coodyear's exclusive .
three for ,
rehearsal, 7:30p. : ; 9:30: a. m.. Sunday percent grants lines, welcoming
7:30.: ni. Chancel Choir could see the improvement in his put up at, the County ST TOffLE-TEMPERED .. ..\
\ m. School; 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayer scholarships, and fellowships. people, to Bradford Soil NYLON. Get the Nylon ', wr...M 4
Pastor.. I !oil and the trees since he has '? ,
J. 11. Mabry. -Jr., i and Sermon Holy Communion | The house-to-house crusade! si Conservation District. The Board TIleS you can trust. n
each first Sunday]; 6:30: p. m..I sccduled for May 30 at 7 p.ni., ; been using a cover crop and fertilize nominated Z. W Hamilton Area

Young People meet. with headquarters in the Garden in his pecan grove. President.G. .
While] discussing the problems Vice Slashed Prices Shitealktco!
I ca
Holy Days-7:30: a. m., Holj Restaurant. Any volunteers desir
cf Soil Conservation Districts T. Hu gins stated that the
Communion. I ing to help may contact Mis. hand 3-T NYLON "
atVO 44723. with: Sam McGarvey chairman of I Extension Service is encouraging
I the Board of Supervisors for the farmers to use a legume cover $ .
ht. Edward's Catholic Churcb ''wrAAtWeather
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: : I District their strawberry land.
Starke, Florida Siadfwd Soil Conservation crop on

THANKY Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. Rites Friday the talk got around to The cover cropping practicehas fgffacctf ffrittf jferf cftor ...

,. Uolyday Masses tit 8:30: a. m. A, For Mrs. Dowell Water Conservation.D I been recommended by the A. .......-. -

5:30: p. m.Weekday. A. Williams, Administratorof C. P. and Soil Conservation Di3I 4.. h'lt" I
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Mass at 8:00: a. m. At Highland ChurchMrs. the Soil Conservation Service I tricts.J. t

Confessions: Saturday 7 to I e I in a recent speech said that 1 ifv.'e I B. White remarked that he iovm urai \t I IrJJ

D. In. Mrs. Mattie Darden Dowell, 91,,I to continue to have water planted a field of Alumum,
J Voters of Florida! are Il" "' _"_
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of La vtey died Tuesday morning
and Instructions
Baptisms marriages for eV I'one. rural and urban which is a type of sorghum. Zed-
by appointment in a Gainesville nursing home, people must join in managing ra Hhmiltin says that several
.. she had been confined for
were Service StationSEEBER
and using the water resources in ll people in the Brooker area have GOODMAN'S
GRACE METHODIST CHURCH the past four, years. tach water shed- planted Alumum sorghum and it'

To the more than 400,000 citiiens whose votes LAVYTEY, FLORIDA Boris at Archer on Sept. 12,, 1 This cans that I looks good. D. GOODMAN
had made her home at, lor a program
for the Officeof 1868 she
carried me to a first primary victory School 9:4!i will: control the water from the L. L. Norman and Emory Johns
Sunday Sunday : !
Lawtey for many years. She was; '
U. S.: 301 at South Limits
State Treasurer, I wish to express my profoundand B. m, Morning Worship, 11 a..m.. a member of the Highland Bap. I!tune it falls on the land until it ;used:; the District's seeder cult!- City,

heartfelt thanks.I [I Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Iti&t I Church and a charter, mem: = --. .'- =-- ",- ',
Wednesday Youth Fellow- ber of Eastern Star.Surviving 'h' 'l -- -- -

bluip and Choir Practice 7:30: p. is daughter, Mrs.
appreciate your approval of my record and one
m. Mary Locke of Lawtey and several Southern States Construction Co.HOMES .
the type of campaign I conducted.To grandchildren., y Sheriff .
our .
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH .
Funeral services will be held at

you and all the citizens of Florida I pledgea Cor. Call & Christian Streets 2 p. m. Friday in the Highland $ AND 11'64Y .

continuation of the policies of efficiency and integrity Bob L. Badjett, Minister Baptist Church with Rev. E. C. $1395 UPTIME etC

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Worship Hii-vey and Rev. George Chism
of LOW AS $31.16 PER MO. .
that have marked the administration officiating. Burial will be in the
and Communion, 1045;; a. m.
J. Edwin Larson for 20 years in this important l family plot in Long Branch '-0 \).
cabinet office. Chi Rho, 5 p. m. Choir Practice, Cemetery: under the direction of PRICE SAME AS CASH PRICE ...

6 p .m- CYF, 7 p. m. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. i .
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Wednesday 7:30: p m. New Only 6% interest. All Homes with No. 1 flooring and ,

Training for Service. Tobacco.Growers. pressure treated. Floor joist on 16" centers.


J. EDWIN LARSON Social SecurityA Plan To Attend BLOCK OR NO MONEY ) .

Field DayEventflorIda FRAME S ee DOWN i9
of the Gaines-
representative .
..... Stale Treasurer. SHEET ROCK Exterior -. -
-: .W office will be fluecuredtobacco "
.. ville Social Security :
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'. growers will hear research,reports ELECTRICITY Southern Finished Many
at the courthouse Thursday, May
ou plantbed programs and field and WQ, Even
2ti,-at 9:30: a. m- for the purpose production at the annual tobacco
With CarefreeIF
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) ri conducting soda Security field day at the University of PLUMBING States

business. Florida Tuesday, May 31. DESIRED Alcoa Aluminum Says:

Shelby Brothers, assistant agro-
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I ILET' nomist with the Florida Agricult-
ural Extension Service says the Termite Shields At No Extra Cost

one-day program will be held LET'S TAKE A ..
We Do Repair Work And Build Any Design! r
: mat the
from 9 a. m. to 3:15: p.
i Experiment Station Call Or Write For Free Information
Agricultural!
_ LOOK AT ALL
tobacco unit at the University.The .

___ morning program will feature -f| Southern States Construction Co.
z 4V DASH OVER TO MY a discussion session on the t THIS TALK
HOUSE\ :MOM ALWAYS growers viewpoint of the tobacco
!
WATCH LETS THE THEY'REIM LOOK '' HAS PIENTX OF SWELL, situation and a tour of experimental I A BEAUTIFUL 3-BED ROOM HOME: ONLY

80YC PLAY w A 'WONDER '.; .- APPETTLIN'F0 FROM tobacco plots at the Sta- $2395.00 FULL PRICE ABOUTEYPENSES ,
r W HA7 THEY

fish tion.After an outdoor lunch at ths Only, $ 9.S6 per mo. for 6 yrs.-and you get many extras

ara4 tobacco unit, growers will receive

pantbcd! research and extension RAY D. FORTH

$ information and field productiondata During this campaign an attempt has been madeto

including information on Phone Heights Fla. wildly
1307 Keystone Sheriff's office as being
picture your ,
fertilization, irrigation harvesting -
and curing. ,, I You Also Get Free Mortgage Insurance With extravagant. Most of you recognize this for what

The program will.conclude witha Southern States it is pure campaign propaganda. But just in

; ".. :. question and answer session on I L '' been misled
.....- t case any of our good citizens might'have
0WeekendBeef__-_ tobacco diseases! insects and nematodes -
__ and a panel discussionon let's make a comparison with our neighboring
I
J tobacco manufacturing. counties:
Baker Bradford Clay Na<*aa

Sale! POP. (Est. Jan 59) 7,000 11,900 19,500; 16,300

Soil StewardshipWeek DEPUTIES (full time) 2 3' 4 6

May 22.29 BUDGET AMT. 5 ,881 60,160 60,200 131,997

'PAVED RDS. (miles) 135.9 161.8 174.0 203.5

-I ROUND STEAK The Board of Supervisors for SCHOOL ENROLMT 1,880 3,647 4,592US

C I the Bradford Soil Conservation'

T-BONE STEAK LB. District, in cooperation with!I I / From this comparative chart, it is obvious that
have designated -
ministers of the county ,
is well in line with t those of
Soil Sheriff's budget
:May 22-29 as I your

SIRLOIN STEAK Stewardship Week.S. i neighboring counties of comparable population.Your .

McGarvey, chairman of the '
Jl yri'rDii1E
CUBE i'STEAK .board, states that material on soil / Bradford County Sheriff's staff consists of

I stewardship has been presented.to
ministers of"the county. 34 three full-time deputies D. R. Redding, J. E.

.lb. 59c "To fail in our soil and water-the FAruREs. a Hamilton, and D. E. Reddish, ; onepart-time .deputy,
ALL MEAT STEW shed stewardship is to imperil

\ future by squandering the basic "Don't you know that you can get hooks and hangers C. R. Cox; and one office secretary, Mrs. Loca

resources on which man must depend ,1 to hold storm windows, in'place at Starke Builders Crawford and Freeman
Clayton
your Norman two jailors-

BRISKET STEW% lb. 39cr I RIB STEW% Ib.: 39c for all time," the chairmansaid. j'I I Supply?" Crosby; and a jail cook, John Sibley.



The duty hours of our three deputies are FO; staggered

SMOKED NO MONEY DOWN that our citizens have active coverage 19
SPARE RIBS lb.
29c lb.
BACON 29c hours per day. They, as well as the Sheriff, are' on
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: \ Repair call 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

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SHOULDER SMOKED This i is the kind of protection we. feel -you,deserve.
I Add Rooms
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CHOPS lb. 39c PICNICS lb. 29c Soil Conservation and which we are giving! to you at xihl'that, are

NEWSBy Both Room in line with those of other. counties in:" our area.
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MONDAY NIGHT BiD Haas '
PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH "
Soil Conservation Service (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK .AND FIXTURES '

OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.; CLOSED ON MONDAY Soil and water '"- conservation ) Do Not Be Misled by, Juggled

farm plans were delivered to Time To Re-roof 9 *
James Gentry and D- R. Redding. Get the FACTS: Free
v Figures" -- --
A request for a, soil? survey was .
made by Emory. Johns. The land I' ,:-:, .
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lines cf his farm hive been located I "

,, .; WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE GROCERIES on aerial photographs anda I STARKE SUPPLIESPhone For The Asking. t
BUILDERS
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request of a soil survey has .
been ade- A complete soil and 4 t
(Pd. PoL Adv.)
water conservation,farm plan was Starke Fla.
WO 4.4201 .
j prepared for James Harold .. ___ '- ,: <.. : : ." ,-,--=,- : 7'F
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8TARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, )1.19, 1960

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Fifth Grade Honor Roll I Keystone Heights ended its searwitn
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Two weeks ago .we publishedthe i a special meeting Thursday I II I I -r; J ., Russell Keener of Houston,
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list of honor roll students for I night, May 12. at the club house. : Tex. arrived last week for a"visitI
the 5th six-week period at Key- The club members conducted a !
I I I with his mother, Mrs. Ernie How-
stone Heights School. For some house-to-house canvass for the ;
reason the 5th grade honor-roll Cancer Fund on Monday, Tues- 'and nephew, Joel St. Amour.

rime up missing, and we promised day, and Wednesday l last week I Mrs. Martha MacKeachie who

to put it in last week. We Gad were most successful. The I thas been in Elizabeth, N J. for a

finally have it though we dont girls therefore want to thank all month has returned to Melrose.

know what the delay was. In donors for their generous contributions Her sister, Mrs. Harriett Rice, of

fairness to the 5th graders who to this worthy cause. |j : -rA r r fa Ir y- r ,Elizabeth, N. J. returned with her

also worked hard we submit this The next meeting will be in for a three weeks visit.

list: Gerald Lovorn. Sharon Glover -I September with the new presi- Rev. and Mrs. B. Ray Steihamleft

Marshall Beam, Terry King dent, Mrs. Frank Harris, at the Monday to attend the South

Jand Law Ann Law, Patti Bran- helm. ern Baptist Convention in Miami.

non Mira Murray, Mickey Jackson Summer Recreation ProgramThe Mrs. stedham will be one of the
Susan Bird Betsy Glisson vocalists.
Summer Recreation Board
June Ridaught, and Stefan Bro- '
met Wednesday. May 18, to mapojt iE aa.. Friday the thirteenth wasn't
kas- Keep up the good work, kids. .
plans for financing the summer necessarily unlucky for Tom Tor-

Junior Woman's Club program and to plan activities ,.. 1 t tr .ay.: who celebrated his 90th

Closes Its Year to be. offered in the program.To r.a birthday Friday, May 13th.

_ The Junior Woman's Club of date, no one has been found First Winners at the Melrose Dupll-
Henderson Mrs. Roy Watkins flower Show Is Outstanding Success House. Awards and Skits will beoreseiued. :!
to act as arts and crafts teacher. Mrs. Herbert Nelson, and Mrs. cute Bridge Club last week were,

: This is a salaried job for: a qualified Albert Bachmann. I I ,The first annual Flower Sh'ow, ti: garden bathed in soft moon- show's blue ribbon winners, is St. William's Catholic lat, Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss

TERMITES teacher, which call for only Gina it Nine. : sponsored by the Keystone.light. seen with cut flower display. In' The church has been so full oi.,'Sally Mansfield; 2nd, Mrs. J. O.

jne morning a week's duty overa Miss Gina Massa was hostess,Heights i I Woman's Club, was de- The show's tri-color winner left foreground is her prize win !late that the summer-time practice Henderson and Mrs. Ray Starnes;
period of 8 weeks. Are you interested ao ('Jared an outstanding success, (:best in show] is seen in center ing Queen Elizabeth I of tied for 3rd, Mrs. Alice Ketchum
a party celebrating her 9th rose. opening the annex or l
#' ? Do you qualify? If so, birthday on Saturday May 14. :with hundreds from the area pnoto. Entered under Div. 1 t Color A detailed list of winners will Sunday morning to accomodateah and Mrs. Helen, Mrs Edith Lar-

contact Mrs. Joe Daurer or E. T. Her !viewing the many creditable ex- from Your Garden] it is the bs announced next week the visitors i i seri and Miss Iva Hillyer. The
parents, Mr and Mrs. George I llubits has been started
Martin for further information. : ; on display in the clubhouse creation of Mrs. Dauella Holdenof I t: Bolivia winner was Mrs. Helen
I Massa.: supervised the cook-out, The show was staged under the Mass on Sundays is at 8:30: -not
RILL'THEM Tonratf wift ARAB Mrs. Bamford EntertainsMrs. and games, in the back yard. Tuesday afternoon.At I Meiiose-and featured daisies: club's Garden Division Mrs. Sara I too early to be on time. I F ::..ter.i' .
: left above is the strikingly and \
lilies
f U4XMT TERMITE CONTROL Arthur A. Bamford was 1'arty !guests included Dianne and { day in an artistic ar-j Choir Practice will be held on | Mrs. Perry Coleman Is staying
ftm tM Mn, EM* to VM. ffo I Donald Ilgen, Pamela Anthony:beautiful I stage scene [Moonlight!I rangement.At McDonald chairman, with Mrs. ;Wednesday: : evening at 7:30.A : :with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
hostess luncheon
at her '
'I.... at a '
ta fa. Pref."ooalq. penII 'Sonata] which set the tone ofi Gladyce
I right, Mrs E. Blue [ Bachmann
George as general .Lavelk McGee. Mrs. Coleman is
41 .d-. cat 'UE k d.r Cindy Scales, Buster large number
r rt: Ka ttltwr home on Monday, May 9. Her Baker David -i i I' of Keystone'
taolar Tar& 1b.wla w k 1 the show, depicting a Florida pa-|of Keystone Heights, one of the i ii; chairman of the show. .!the former Mary McGee.
guests included Mrs. Harold Sut- and Jerry Mathia, Patty Cox, I II I Heights: ladies enjoyed the installation

Brooklyn Supply House I ton. Mrs. J. R. Smith, Mrs. N. I I Joanne Khukt-ndahl Becky Hayes Ii i every Sunday during June, July, Frank E. Stitchberry, Circle 5; on Lake Keystone. ;j i I speaker Mrs Edmund Em- : Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Shannon of

Keystone Heights Fla. Watson Hardenbergh Mrs. J. D. Frank Harris, Jr., Dicky Mar j and August, and have Church ser-I I Mrs. D. O. Thompson, the Night- The laymen of St. Anne's are i erson of Palatka, on Sunday Jacksonville spent Sunday with

tin, Bruce Sunderland Sara Lou vices at 10 a. m. Remember this engales; and Mrs. William Few;attending the Annual Spring e.-.ning at the Garden Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. V. crawley,
Lay-
O'Connor Sharon Brannon, and new time does not go into opera- the Rebeccas. : Mrs Emerson, President of ,,:Music Program To Be Presented
)Iman's
Conference at Camp Weed
McKINNEY GREEN DEATON '
Jimmy Smith. lion until next month. Chairman for the Community I near the St. Augustine Deanery stressd A musical program will be presented
Carrabellel this weekend
: Thursday, May 19 in the
Duplicate the
ResultsOn importance< of Catholic
REALTORS The Daily Vacation Bible Churchwomen Organizations areas \A carload of men left Thursday'' :
Thursday evening, May 12, School will be held at the Community follows: Spiritual Life, Mrs. A. jlternoon- Another leaves Friday I Women taking part in the com- ,Melrose High School auditorium
HIGHWAY 31 MELROSE }'!.A. Mrs. Ann Bissell and Mrs. Bess munity life and charitable organizr.tions !- at 8:00: p. m. Highlight of the
Church educational: build- C. Holt; Finance. Mrs. H. L. Stevens -(land a third leaves early Saturday
I. will be the crowning of
Burns were high scorers after an and being a good example program
starting June 6 and continuing : Membership, Mrs. Mabel
,
YOUR LISTINGS INVITED SALE OB RENTAL ing ..morning. This is a weekend of 1 the King and Queen. The winners
evening of play at the Keytone to others. Father Dougherty
through the. 10th. The first Husbands; Sunshine, Mrs. Fran- | work preparing for the influx of
will be kept secret until Thursday
Phone GR 5-2981 or 3-5172 Heights Duplicate Bridge .Club- session on June 6 will be in the cis Egan; Hospitality, Mrs. Alma 'some 2,000 summer campers and charged the ladies to make St. .
Mrs. Alice Ketchum and her I j Frost Publicity, Miss Cleva J. 'Theresa their patron saint for lU ht.
afternoon from 1 to 3:30.: The ; j s weekend of study and devotion.
WINIFRED II. eRA wnum, Associate daughter Mrs. Helen Phelps, were the coming year, and emulate her Other features of the program
following four sessions will be in Carson; Kitchen, Mrs.: R. A. The study and devotion will be '
second high, while Mrs. Edith ,iral in the caring for the altar will be the boys choir, and the
tile mornings from 9 to 11:30. Gaunt; Sewing, Mrs. J, A. Williams Jed by the Rev. FT. Lee Stevens.!! .
Larsen and Mrs. Nan ,Hopkinswere Theme for this year's study will f ; Welfare Mrs.,Bert O. H. C. from St. Michael's Monastery :and vestments.: Senior girls choir who will sing
and
third. The Club meets each be ''Signaling for Christ." offers, Sr.; Visitation,. Mrs.Christ-I j Personals i excerpts from "Oklahoma"
and.St. Andrews School?! "
C. J. "PETE" O'CONNORReal Mrs. Ausley M. Smith and her I-Carousel. The Melrose High
Thursday at 8 p. m. in the Ma- The Men's Club of the Com.- Crosby; and Nominating Sewanee Tennessee {
School Band will play the processional -
sonic Temple. Attendance has Church will hold its last David Nelson.St. aunts, Mrs. P. J, Quattlebaumand
munity i|
Cub Pack
been 305 will meet Friday Mrs. ),1. A. Greene. of Lake and recessional for the
good, and it is. hoped it will business meeting at which time I Anne's Episcopal

Estate and Appraisal Service. continue' so.What's officers will be elected for the]!I The E. Y. C. ''met last Sunday e\en 1i the 20th at the Parish Continued On Next Pagej [Continued On Next Pace]
Your Name?
coming year. Reservations shouldbe I afternoon the home of Dee Dee
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights What's Your Number??
made by Sunday. Hardenbergh 'on Lake Geneva.
II
:
"Hello Hello, .._'What's.__ your
t PHONE 4297 ? The Day Circles of the Womenof The group "enjoyed boating and
Name? What's'your Number?Ho..
the Community Church held water-skiing after which a worship -i ,
ho. Ho? Out on the Sidewalk"]
their final meeting on Monday : service was held on the lawn. I
These were the words that greeted -
LISTINGS WANTED May 16, with a covered-dish Supper followed the service. I
us when we called on Mrs. Bill
luncheon at 12 noon. New Circles I This Sunday, May 22, the E. Y.
On Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved Lee We didn't know at the time were formed with the following 1;C. will meet at the home of Pat 1

Residential Farm and Business Property.WE we were being'greeted by a movie leaders: Mrs. Roy Watkins, Circle ; LaMee on Lake Keystone, at 3 p. :
star. These sound like funny
; may 1; Mrs. Emmett Jones, Circle 2;; m. There will be fun in the water
HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES AND tines for a star, but not if it is a
,
Mis. Jphn Karges, Circle 3; Mrs.A. .I but sorry, no water-skiing, since 1
INVITE YOUR LISTINGS. Mynah bird. Mrs. Lee says that F. Mannering, Circle 4; Mrs. I high-powered: boats are prohibited ir
under the right conditions, theb'ld
Y diwra
will recite the Lord's Prayer.

It has appeared in numerous
McKAY AT KEYSTONEDown h hI
jangle pictures and at the present I I
TINY COVE RESTAURANTUnder under;
writing plans were
:
Town Keystone!! 1 block to shopping, neat, attractive, I t
way to feature him as and added
( New Management) tout, well built 2 B-Il frame, L-R, D-R, Kitchen, bath. Lots
attraction at the Garden Club
Rt. 100 -1 Mi. E. Keystone Heights Ph. 4176 Flower Show on Tuesday. of attic storage nice ,lawn. $8250. YES, only$8250. Terms. f

r BROWNIE 'TROOP Two Lots CRYSTAL LAKE
FEATURING SANDWICHES The Brownies have made final
$2475.2! Cash
pans: for their Family Night Supper -
"CHICKEN DRAFT to be held Friday night, May $3000 $2000 Cash

BASKET" BEER 20, at the Woman's Club at 6 o'- SANTA FE L\KE-2 B-R frame, enclosed porch, L-R, K, bath,

clock. At their regular weekly completely furnished. Long dock, pier, boaihou.se, and Chris-

neeting Monday afternoon, the Craft inboard fishing boat, bkiis, barbeque, beautiful 'l shadylot
FOOD AND BEER TO GO guls planned games for the and pretty band beach. $13,900.
smaller children and for their
Phone 4176
parents before the supper. They Lake 1-4 mile wide, constant level. 1500 ft. frontage, 18 A.

Open Sun., thru Fri. 12 Noon 11 P.M. will cook and serve the meal good high land, paved highway 1-4 n1 $12,500.j Cash-BaL
which will be followed by an en-
5 3 ears. 14 Mi. from Keystone.
SATURDAY 10 A.M. 11 P.M. tertainment. The entertainment

will consist of Brownie Songs
Proprietors William Beam, Darrell Davis puppet shows, ..and magic. Master S. E. MCKAY REALTOR

Everett Fox. Charles McGlave of ceremonies,will be Troop Leader A r.i .

Mrs. Daurer's friend. Joey O'- Keystone Heights 3071

Toole. Mrs. M. Ilgen 2391 Mrs. I. Brault 4151

Woman's Club Meeting Col. S. Fisher, Melrose GRanite 5.2968

The Keystone Heights Woman's
.
Club held its last business meeting

F of the season Tuesday May Model RB15-A

1 10, at the Club house at 2 p. m. ,

Members were reminded of the 3-W PROTECTIONAT .

Flower Show on May 17, and the

luncheon meeting on May 24, at New 39 electric range lets you cook a complete
.
which time new officers will be NO EXTRA, COST

oac installed.! feast ,for a holiday houseful, recipe perfect (
Due to the death of the club's With our regular Dry Cleaning

eldest member Mrs. Ella C.-Bird, Touch a button and end cooking. Super Oven cooks banquet-size measv
the social hour was dispensedwith

DIFFERENCEIS out of respect. 1. MOTH PROOFING guesswork forever with Calrod Rec. 0 No-Drip cook top stops spills from run,

THE Annual reports were given by ipe Heat units. Each has 5 measured down sides
chairman of all standing com ning range
IN YOUR FAVOR 2. MILDEW PROOFING \...
mittees. .,4i. \I heats to choose from, one iust I right for '? -- '

CHURCH NEWS I whatever you're cooking Easy. Cleaning"stayup lurfac*.

First Baptist Church News units bake and broil units
remove
3. BUILT-IN DEODORANTWhy J ., ,
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smith and -w *

when you spend what is left AFTER family are at Miami Beach this :.. Handy pushbutton controls 9 Handy appliance outlet

SAVING, instead of saving what is left after week, attending the Southern settle for less when KEYSTONE CLEANERS .. ,.' : -

spending. Baptist Convention. gives you Way Protection for,your valuable clothing
Tuesday, May 10, the Woman's "t .< .
*. Missionary Union held its regular AT NO EXTRA COST! Yes, you get all three at regular 95 '*S, .. '" .. :
... 3 i ie
> # .r
: t.
Decide how much you are going to save each which was fol- cleaning prices-moth.proofing ) '. .. ;, ,
monthly meeting mildew-proofing \ ', : 169 '- <-:" "'''.

pay-day, then deposit this fixed sum in your lowed by a covered dish luncheonin and built-in deodorant to prevent perspiration odor. .t.','.; :h..c." -Lt J.., ... .,.t. t.-." ,: '
savings account in your friendly bank today? the Educational Building.The With Trade i'-tJ.r"r
.
.
.
:
Choirs ". S
Cherub < < S
Carol and ;
to reach goal. Why not open asavings ; .
way your
>
-, ,
account FIRST. It's the one sure have. disbanded for the summer. SAVE UP TO 20% .. -- :

The Adult Choir and the Concord

Choir continue will hold singing regular at.rehearsalsand ,services With CASH and CARRY : "We Service Everything We Sell"5REDFEARN'S


THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK throughout Community the Church summer.


Member F..D.I.e.A Cottage Prayer Serviceand Bible CLEANERSPhone
Study sessions are held every KEYSTONE I

Friendly Bank in a Friendly CommunityKeystone Wednesday evening at 730 In the t


Heights, Fla. parsonage.The Board of Stewards voted 3121 Keystone' Heights I I PHONE 4252 Keystone. Heightsi'tt'111i .

to have Sundar School at 9 a.In.

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TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 19 1960
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taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa&A"KEYSTONE is visiting his in-laws, Mr. and mer JoAnn Ridaught. Tonda Jo, .YYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYT I Betty Jean Cross Buddy Lee, and Florida, the Seventh Judicial Circuit t- .
I in and for Putnam County,
Mrs. Paul Harvey of the White I the first Ridaught grand-child is MELROSE I Robert McGuire; j4th grade,,J. oyslBaldwin. ilorida.: and the Eighth Judicial AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
one month old and is meetingher David Gaboardi, Wanda Cimm in and for Bradford County.
Feather Court, for two weeks. Theilarveys Flirida. and the several propertyowners
; grand-parents and her several .............a......... Adams. Glenda Grainger Sue taxpayers, citizens and WO2600
HIGHLIGHTS daughter. Louise Stuhre I aunts for the first tme. The Barton Hammock: Marlene Odom, Robin others, having or claiming: any
was to have accompanied her will be here about a week. (Continued! from Preceding Page) \WL'lkrns!' Lettie Wise and Janis to nsjtt Je, affected tItler interest in property DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
by the issuance
by
&aa a&&aaa. .AAAIA .husband on this Florida Jaunt.I II Miss Connie Knight an em- King and Queen attendants. Wodey: 3rd grade Diane Addison, the State Board of Education of j DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

(Continued from Preceding Page) I but unfortunately she could not,! ployee of Cay Electric is patient Barbara Breyfogle, Sharon Nobles Florida, a body corporate of theMete 1
Melrose Roll :
I Honor of Florjda
under Sections 3:; Starke t
Vanzant of leave her job at this time. the Hillis Miller Medical Phyllis Odom. Maria Yar- I Fla.!
Ogal! and 4ra A. W. i I al J. Seventy-nine students at Mel- and 1$ p/ Article XII of the Con- I
Jacksonville, left Saturday for i I S-Sgt. and Mrs. Richard I.t Center in Gainesville, having entered -/ biough, Scooter Hulen- biiU'tK.n of Florida of $25.004 State I Rental Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches
t rose School made the Honor Roll I S-l.oci Bonds, Series E, hereinafter
Miami to visit Mrs. Smith's son- Barton and small daughter of i I on Sunday. !Melrose Principal Clarence Hold- 2nd grade, Gregory Spires.I I 'ncrr particularly described or to I' S -p

ic-law and daughter, Mr. and I Tampa, are visiting Mrs. Barton's_ I Mrs. Charles. McGlave has beena xi has announced. '<'harles< Percy, Lonnette Selph ''.e affected in any way thereby, .- -

Mrs A. M. Conekins. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. a patient in Bradford County II Gtrry: Teske. Christine Gaboardi -ore the Circuit Court of Leon'
.' I Those in High School making 'I MECHANICS TRUCK OWNERSNew
John Stuhre of Medford, Mass. i Ridaught. Mrs. Barton is the for- Hospital for surgery and tests. Christine Brantley, Martha Mathews C'.jnty Florida in the Second Judi- I' -
ft3; A's and B's for'the past six iul Circuit of said
State at the
She was expected home the early Bobby Sampson. Allan Griff.ii. -i i I'...
lTt House in Tallahassee. Flori
weeks period include, 12th grade, j Crank Shaft Grinding ServiceSpecial
part of this week. I T. C. Miller, Judy Ormsb e. da, on the '*7th day of June. 1J60. I,
Mrs. Mike Funderburk underwent Emory Cross Mark Gaboardi, Connie Morris. Ricky Gorman;: at JO o'clock a._n). and show cause : Introductory Offer ...
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Margaret Royster, and Bill Pace; n ij the prayers of the petition
'
I
surgery on May 5 in Brad- Woody Bryan, and Rachael Ashley -i tiled\ in the aluivA !I
i preceeding should Information
TO THE VOTERS lith grade, Carol Hanse, MaidaG' I Telephone U& COLLECT For
ford County Hospital, and came ; 1st grade Linda Armstrong. : <'! be granted and the $613,000 ,;
if fin, and Dale Fallin; 10th state: School Bonds. Series B, :
home on May 10. \Grade Joe Pete Angle Carol Becky Carnes. Deborah Eaves, in de.-crtbed and the prol'f'thE'rt'i!i Tel. VAlley 9-2376
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nutter of Teena Rothhammer, Judy Mc- heretofore had authorizing
Hurst, Larry Linsin and Doris imai.ce thereof,
Lakeland! and their son John rord; 9th grade, Carol Rothham: Grath Linda Perry, Susan Read said State validated School and Bonds confirmed j PERRY BROS. MACHINE WORKS
OF CLAY COUNTY Nutter AKAN on leave from the I Barley Strickland Lynn Sturdi- -I'lssifUng of the following issues I
rer, Elaine Samson, Virginia ('f bonds:
U. S. S. Independence are visiting vant, Jeanne Martha Weaver -
Tom Garner at Ford, and Marguerita Float; 8th Tyre. $l-* .OOI} State School Blinds, Ser I 44 S. Whitney. St. Augustine, Fla.
: Mr. and Mrs. "grade. Marc Lawrence and Ellen Madalyn Weghorst Ann? !ies E. to be issued for and on be-I
Silver Lake. Mrs. Garner is the I Murray', and Clifford Yarbrough. h-tlf of the Board of Public Instruction 24 HOUR SERVICE --
I would like ,to take this opportunity daughter of Mrs. Nutter. S ctt; 7th grade, Gayle Cross Jo- of Bradford County Florida,I
Ann ir. the denomination of $1,000 ,
Eichelsderfer, Martha Scott, each
Guests last week of the E. V.Widegrena TRftfTTY EPISCOPAL :fated March 1, mo, bearing inter- ,'
Cathy: Webster, Louise Barber,
to thank you for re-electing me were Mrs Widegren'ssisters. CHLdCH, MELROSE ':-st at a rate or rates not exceedingour -
i and Carson : centum I i
Johntry per per annum,
pay-
Mrs. Norma McGonagill The bulk Sundays 10 a. m., Church ibSe semi-annually on March 1 and J I r FACTORY PRICES .
of the honor roll students -
of 'Gladyce Vaughn of Ajiumber 1 of .each and
to the Office of Superintendent I ind Mrs. year maturing ;
were in the elementarY'I School. 11:15 a.m.. Morning Prayer t Mtmthis, Tenn., and also Mrs.nughn's I.grades, which accounted for 561 and Sermon (First Sunday, mead on March 1 of each of (he ; One Quart
I { son and daughterinlaw reais 1982 to mi, both inclusive \nth Eachor
Public Instruction. : t-
Jackson- 3j the students. They were, 6th, : ) ; F R E E
and two children of i Episco-pal I I'tVb.fioO' State School Bonds, Sert:: t 4-i
!Kenneth Tomlinson, Charlotte I I 'es V, to be issued for and on beHalf ,, Gallon "inn you buy t
ville. I Addison, Sara Baldwin. Cissie :i Holy Days lo a. m., Holy of the Board of Public 18strurt ,
be that I will work '<.> '
Please assured :n of Putnam County, Florida, inter
Communion.
Lee Hilda i:
CHURCH Becky Mathews Wise I denomination of $1.000 2.
eat'h'l i
COMMUX1TI: and Claudette Pridgen; 5th.grade,!I The Rev. Millard. H. Breyfogle, dated June 1 1116,), bearing interest Prices Start at S2 qt.-$5.95 Gal.;
for continued improvements and KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. David Brantley. John Breyfogle,Vicar.Home j-t a rate or rates not exceeding''
--- f.nnper centum per annum, p..)-
Albert C. Holt., Minister I rob semi-annually on June 1 and ,I MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

progress in our Clay County School Mrs. J. L. Hetherinston ,,-._..._-, -- .- ,. rir.mler 1 of 'each year and maturing -
serially in annual installm i I
N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588a
501 ,
and Choir Director DemonstrationNotes I '>:j.-ts on June 1 of each of the '
System. Organist ;;ti) >tlolil 19 2to 1S81, both inclusive; ,'
9:45 Morning +I'
Sunday School : a.m. a more complete dem-ription of''
Worship 11:00 a.m. :raid bonds being contained in the !
I pe'ition. herein and exluMis at- ." .
tYr' byI ached! thereto: And I.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH It Is Further Ordered that this!
Jf
I DOROTHY ROSS, Order be published once each week
HEIGHTS
HICILONG G GPd. KEYSTONE\ -%:,.Zt:: ,1 Home Demonstration Agent f"r three consecutive wt'E'iuIn an".pap..r j AQOAPGOLS
J. R. Smith pastor, Ralph published in each of the I
Counties of Ix-nn. Bradford and
Copeland Minister of Music and "Gypsy Caravan" Camp in the University pool, and other i i Putnam Florida, the first publication All New -- All Shapes j
4-H this will facj nm activities will be scattered in each of said newspaper Y
( PoL Adv..) church organist. camp summer to be not less than eighteen U>i) and Sizes
Services: Sunday School. 9:45a. : known as Gypsy Caravan. In- throughout the week. I dxys prior to the date hereinabove
I
I Something New! fet f',r the hearing, In form times
r _. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. cluded in the week's activitieswill laird I \ niannei1 as required by Chapter
framing Onion:: 7 p. m. Evening be a Gypsy Joust Jamboree Velcro. a nYlOn tape closure is 7i:, Florida Statutes, as amended.

services IS p. m. and cook-out. Swimming and revolutionizing fasteners. It peels I Done And Ordered at Tallahassee.Flcru'a .
I this 10th dad' of May, 19UO.S. ; ).
Make Your Vote Count For "Make church worship a family various kind of recreation will open easily, closes with a touch I ,,". May Walker \
affair. ilso be enjoyed._ and stays fastened securely. It! Ji'dg-e of the Circuit Court of the
Gypsy 4-H girls from Bradford can be ,washed pressed, and dry Second Judicial Circuit of FJorida I
in md fos Leon County
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPALCIH'CCZI. County will camp at Cherry Lane eJeaned. No special sewing ma- 5'19 St 62, I

? KEYSTONE (near Madison June 13-18 chine attachments are necessary I
E. H. "LANNY"LANCASTER
Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church Girls Horn Alachua and Nassau to apply it. It is available at sew- yet ,,Y y at C5 AS LOW AS

School. 9:30: a.m., :Morning Prayer counties' and their agents will be ing counters in pre-cut 9 inch I
,
and Sermon (1st Sunday Holy camping with our girls. :lengths or may be bought by the I i 1 $2,000

Communion), 6 p.m., Episcopal I Linda ,Cox and Suzanne Judd yard.; It comes in white, beige, RE PHONE TODAY 12 x 27 Size

Young cnurcnmen. will bo on the council to help:;: brawn, black, grey, and fashion E-; ,

Holy Days 7:30 'a.m.t Holy; with the smooth running of colors.: J JI Keystone Heights 4305: :; No Money Down

Comm union. camp. : It consists of two pieces of tape JI
Third Wednesday Paris I All 4-H girls who have finished about ar} inch wide. On the insidecf n J. I (Collect Calls Accepted) Up-To 5 Yrs. To Pay

FOR YOUR Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:3 O(II their projects are eligible to one piece is a small burr which ,

I attend, camp. The aim of projects fits into 'the fleecy side on the ;;:
p.m. CO.
The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,, is to earn by doing and to show other piece of tape. I TRIES CeSTRUCTION f ;

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Vicar. and: tell others what- has been Velcro may be used in skirt

learned. and dress; plackets; on fly fronts i P. 0. Iox? 557 Keystone; Heights, Fla.

st W 1Uam's Catholic Chapel Girls planning to go to camp :af dresses, coats, and blouses; on ,

Dist. 5, Clay County, Fla. Keystone IleihtsSunday mould register right away. Send wrap around and reversible skirts 1

'.". ieleasj form and fee to Miss Dorothy -, and other places where fastenersare
,
.... "* '""'A.\" Mass at 8:30: a. m. ;Ross Home Demonstration: ut>cd. 'WE 'ItsCAI'TRUCK
T,:' HolYday Mass at 7:00 a. m. necessarY
It is -
267 Starke.
Agent, Box ,
Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. In The Circuit Court Of Tfar *"C'tt nd HO SECRET! !T'Si
to know how many are Judicial Circuit, In And For Lron TIRES ,
Confessions !before all Masses, '.,. D
?
going to camp in order to make ( .nh'V. Fluridn
I promise to continue to serve you in the Baptisms, marriage* and Instructions '\o.. 17013oiti From 7.50 x 20 Thru
necessary plans. .. Kt TO MIOXV ('.\("M: i I
by appointment'Unwanted }O.OO x 20 femlaSitI
next four years as I have in the past. 1-H Short Course state L'oard: Of Education Ol 1\ [
I Linda Cox and Carolyn Chilson Florida a body corporate undeiS
oiiuns 3: and 18 of Article XII ol STOP TAKINGCHANCES
Hair Will represent Bradford County cite Constitution of the State ol I
HONEST -- HONORABLE ai. the State 4-H Short Course Florida. ICE MILK
Removed I Petitioner, WITH WORN
at Flor- i
June 6-11. It will be held VB
CAPABLE MEDICALLY ida State University in Tallahas- The State of Florida, et a I., TREADSLei t t
k Pespor.dents.re i New! The delicious dairy
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Always ready to help you in every METHODS state. A delegation of 500 or 600 i'uizens And Others Having Oi Tirs For Economy And i weight watchers, tootIt's ;
dunning Any Kighi, Title Or In- Safety! Slenda Sue Ice Milk t.
way possible. Edmund girls is expected. .tr..t In The Property To Hi Afftvtfd .
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I will,appreciate your vote and support on May 24 DWYER subjectsof :State; Board Of Education Of Fieri- Dealer Fore Take some home today.
the
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ELECTROLOGISTTeL leadership; citizenship, public Florida, Pursuant To 'Sections; I NEW i 3 flavors in Ptsa.fZr -
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L. H. "LfiKHY" LANCASTER FR 2.8039 speaking, foods, clothing, f4'staid. Hi.minn Of Florida Of 16 4,00; 0
art and music. Girls will attend -. ftatt School Bonds, ...rlfPo, fs- TIRES .taIs.'I
For an Appointment classes of their choice in sat'.1'or And On Behalf Of Th
107 W. University Ave. Suit 204 r.o.iida Of Public Instruction Oi
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even if carved from solid rock! night will be the Candle-lighting your favorite ESTERbROOK I

ceremony which will end the Ia

rf '-.ort course. I Fountain Yea 'fELEGRA PH. 1 $1.39Bohand

,+ t Lots of good singing, swimming -

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pavements will last an expected SO years and more" -- ----

break down,, get uneven and,bU' IPX with upkeep savings as much as ro%. I understand I am under no obligation.- win_ be home > NALPLEX WASHES BESTS scrubs up like e-II...brushes clUJ

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r strength to stay flat and smooth riding. of concrete on today's new Interstate I I... '( 1 .. i J

Specially designed subbases and built-in.i System-and more crag; soon. PLUMBING, WIRING AND INSJDE FINISHED

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PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION I |U Yoq IIo} t\t\ See Us First: We: Both Lose ;3qnev(
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COUNTY TELfetiRATH. STARKE, FLORIDA i"i ',-: T.UtlTr.a.x:
BRADFORD ,
1960
Y, MAY 19, --
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.lyyvYvvvvrrtrrrrrr... i Linda, during the weekend. I and sons of Jacksonville. !gether with Mr and irs. Bill BI.UE
RIBBON fOP' ( UALITY
1 Mrs. Amanda Crosby and Mr;.I.Ii Miss Faye Morgan of Jackson Harrell. !

UEILBRONN i Annie Kelly visited ,Mrs. Crosby's l lI rifle visited with her uncle and : Revival Scheduled' ,- I iGxts ; HEAVY WESTERN MAtURE BEEF
I biother-in-law and wife, Rev and qqt., Mr. and Mrs.: R. l L. Morgan, There will' be. a revival' meeting I QQING T/N
Mrs. C. A. Crosby of Penny I.arid daughters, Joyce and Judy., :at Boatdrain Baptist Churcn !;
By Mrt. 'lIar" McCarthy Farms Sunday afternon. Also I daring: the weekend. She also starting May 23 and continuing;' S >

.yyyyy yyyy.y.yyyy .yyyy during the day they visited Keystone -'rendered music for Heilbronn :through the 2>>th. Rey. R, T- Wil- ;
Heights and Gold Head'Cturch services Sunday.Mr. !lams of Jacksonville, pastor of':
r May' we again welcome each of.:Branch. and Mrs. j. B. White's Beulah Baptist Church will be the i i

SOU.to. worship at Heilbronn !| Harvey's mother, Mrs. Leona rjindchildren. Murray and Kay speaker. There will be some se-I'

Church soon. Pastor Otis T. Jones McCarthy, and his sister, Mrs.,White of Brooksville, al visiting cal songs during the week by ,

renders inspirational messages at Jvhn Stillwell of Femandina I II Tlth: them for awhile. R*>v. Williams and.his children. !

i &ii! services Join congregational!Beach, visited with us recently. I Those on the sick: list this week Song service 'begins at 7:30 1 p. m. pinging with Chorister Russell idle Crawford in theBiadford at 8. -i
Clayton preaching
,\; : nua
Miami is j
Mrs.: C. B. Pepper of
Redding, assisted by Mrs. R. L. !
Sunday
Mr. services
County Hospital: Regular :
! !)organ and Mrs Otis T. JoneJ. visiting days.with She her and relatives her sister.for i.end Mrs. R. L. Morgan's niece, School, 10 a. m. Morning Worshio,\j'
church .evera*
Enjoy good old country *. visited i Dclvens, ill Jn Jackspnyjlle Naval 11 a. m. Training Union 7 p. m. j
need ;-ii" R. L. Morgan in
fellowship. We want and Gaineville Tuesday afternoon. Hospital: ; and Mrs. Cutshaw [for- Evening Worship, 8 p. m.' Prayer'Meeting

you. .ner Heilbronn Church pastor's each Wednesday, 7:30: p.;|'
Pont forget the New River Associational i, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Judd of ;wife] is very ill in a Greenville,, m. Everyone welcome. Rev. B.'W, '! ,
Mass Meeting at,Clewiston: was visiting during the: I At- _
:Tcnn. hospital. Sweat, pastor.
Church tonight weekend with Mr. Judd's parents,]
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ker
pl'o baptist
I Heilbronn. Home Demonstration
:The ,
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7:30 ti:. aid Mrs. D. A. Judd. and his. WAiNUT
iThuridayl) at p. m. Club met in the home of ..9.Y.9. .yy..... S
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ,..
Lee Johns of Tampa was a I f1UtCtr
Mrs. J. B. White Thursday after- ; FkA,
weekend guest of Mr' and Mrs.I end Mrs: Cornelius Moore and i non of last week. After the devotion ; LAW-TEY\

E. C. I Ernie] Johns and family. family. ) by the hostess Mrs. Jessie '.

AlSO visiting on Sunday was their I Mr. and Mrs. R. !Morgan and I Young. of Starke gave an interesting : I Y
?vn and daughter-in-law[ Mr. and i,,'auhter: Judy, visited Wednesday talk concerning" : the flower By Enza Bancbar4! L6' :

Mrs. Morris Johns, and children''I of this week with relatives I:how to be held Saturday and .......AAAAAl4AUALNA.PTA .

of Jacksonville.Miss; m White Springs. I irunday in Starke. There were 11 Meeting Held

Marilyn Cox and her brother -| Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. rreent to fRJoy the delicious
Pearson, of the Universityrf I I Comehus Mocre and family were I:leireshmcnts of cold drinks and "'I he Lawtey PTA met for the |
j Sit time in
Florida were home with their|ilrs. Mcoie's brother-in-law and arty cake and a birthday cake the present school ,

mother, Mrs. Lois Cox and sister, ri ter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam :Mitchell artistically decorated by''Mrs. De- term Tuesday ,evening of last,'
week in the school cafeteria. It .
Voe honoring the hostess on her !
Vas deciaed: that the Red Cross!
Ross,,
birthday. Miss Dorothy
On May 24th Vote foric' home demonstration agent, and class be postponed until the beginning '

MARY COX 'nil Heilbionn Club members urgeyou of next term. Those al- i
MRS. J. O'NEAL I 'to be present at the' next icady listed will be notified, and J i

Candidate for i meeting which will be announced any others wishing to Joinill i .

DEMOCRATICNATIONAL :at a later date. !be welcome. Mrs. G. W. Roberts j] SLOE RIBBON "FYNE-TRIM" BEEF, CUT FROM ONLY

COMMITTEEWOMAN: : I ,conducted( the installation ot'of-!; THE FINEST GRAIN-FED BEEF, GIVES YOU.MORE
: :ceis. Reports showed that this
Who will fight for: AA AAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAALAAAGRIFFIS has been a good year. After. e I II } TEMPTING TENDERNESS, MORE JUICY-RICH GOOD-

1. Southern Democrats to b. heard la : LOOP I meeting adjourned, coffee and I BESS. EXCESS BONE AND FAT IS TRIMMED OFF / I /

national-party atiaiis. :cakes were served by the host-' \.8EFORE WEIGHING AND PACING. "FYNS-TRIM i
1 The ouster of National Chairman Paul I cases 1
I IlIIBOH | S SAVES You MQHEY! .
Butler from Democratic Party. ; By Verble lIarrellit. I _
With the
new highway so nearly ; : _
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3. Th. cause of States' Rights. finished, Lawtey has become _
AA AuAAAAUUUAAAAAMrs. RIBBON TOP' QUALITYCHUCK
PD. POL. ADV BY COX SLUE
-conscious; of its appearance _
1 W. T. Brookins of Head : _
-- iud is going to do something a1 1 _
land Ala. is visiting her son and )cut it. The town plans to repair I| F1 _

daughter-in-law, Rev and Mrs, ne streets, where needed, and' _

FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE Orville Brookins' in Hampton.The ave a general clean-up, starting !' _
\VMTJ ladies of Boatdrain OW! I J __
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CONNERAS Eaptif Church held their regula' Mr. and Mrs George Lastinger i i _
Doyle otetingr ,along! With! the GA's and t Daytona Beach are spending 'a !, _

Brotherhood last Tuesday night. ew days with the Darley family. i __

A 10.YEAR VETERAN STATE LEGISLATOR We l had, over too} per cent h'Sunday 'llur;:.ay they went to Hampton ,i D

INTRODUCED School Sunday morninr ,ke /or a fish fry and family}I Iunion. 1EI
and
helped pass the bill to !
reorganize the Department of Agriculture. and Training. Union Sunday They' were joined by C
l -ght. unnit Present and Mr. and Mrs. t
INTRODUCED and helped'poss the bill I -J
that increased teacher salaries. There will be a mass meeting 'aughan Prescott of Middleburg"r.d '
Thursday night May 19, at Mi. and Mrs. Melvin Pres- }i __

INTRODUCED and helped pass the kill Erooker Baptist Church. Thosejrishing :ott. I i -- "
that protects synagogues, churches and to go' can meet at our Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bumgar- I

schools against bombing and the public church. The bus will leave at 1; ur' of the Desert Isle Motel "are : ;
against boar
telephone. coils p. m., so let's all go and win thebanner njoying a cruise to Nassau a-j; I GROUND BEEF:3 $1
back. loard the SS Evangeline. U LO

Reba Cotice To Parents | _
Miss Anne Bell and Miss
2h.PROVEN )f Pre-School Children j!
Thompson of Keystone Heights
PERFORMANCE, w relsitors' in church Sunday Parents ,pf all children who will
nter the Lawty school for the
f morning. They are the leaders in '
'ast time in September asked '
the Southeast Children's Bible" are
Mission, and will leave for camp 1" Principal James Temple to '
ring their children to the school i, 'I
on June 6.
Pt c or Registration Day on MonI1Y -j
Rev. R. T. Williams of Jacksonville -
: May 23, at 8:30.: The"c il-fj)
if. was guest speaker ailioatdrain
: ,
Iren will be enrolled at this time]
for morning and even-
and 'remain for the entire school i;
ins: services last Sunday. '
lay to familarize them with"1chool
ENDORSED BY 320,000 Rev. and Mrs. ]B. W. Sweat routine Birth .celiiiic te. 'i
Mr. and Mis. Robert Cameron
at this time, 3
be brought
4ioulg
FLORIDA VOTERS ON MAY 3 ,rid Mrs. Frances Cameron of \lr. Temple said.Itirs. iI |I
Jacksonville were Sunday guests
daughters;
Clsde Hiatt and
,*f Mr. and Mrs. George Sikes in
I J 'sta\\ River were recent!
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Heights. Mrs. Sikes is POUND
Keystone | exay
;Jests of Mrs. Leona Edwards. I
she daughter of Rev and Mrs,,, CAN
[ Mrs. H. H. Hamilton.
1 Mr, and 7'? SI
ELECTDOYLECONNER .S\eat. ad Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Adams
Rev and Mrs. R. T. Williams:: were in Gainesville Monday even t. I s ; LIM1T-1 WITH '
and children of Jacksonville were ;
:
\liig; to hear "Puah" by the choir j
Sunday guess of Mr. and Mrs I I' $S.OD FOOD OlDER R1EWBLUE +
; )f the University of Florida. !
OF AGRICULTURE I l1cmas O'Brian. the afternoon I'
The Baptist fellowship supper }
M. hi. w... |hey all attended the singing al I
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at th.e pastorium last Saturday:
_Oak Grove Baptist Church, to '
Averting was an enjoyable affa\r'l\ '
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-.v.th delicious food and a ClANTf

choir practice besides: general ll PKG

'I, I winging of favorite hymns. ''I L1MIT-1

S KNOW NOT GUESS: Mrs.. J. M. Wilson of Jacksonville '
'
IT'S T IAo $5.00
and Ml'$. Mamie Andreu of -I EIERGENTVITH

T l>jde City are spending the weekend ORDERINSTANT

with ",ir, and Mrs. Bryant ____' -- _

Reddish Mr Lq her Hilliard and Mrs -j l

Starling attended the funeral of

You Know that Bryant Mrs.Value Snapp at Sanford last '

Sunday. Mrs. Snapp formerly (
::
!lived at Lawtey and was ,Mrs. a {

Starling's Mr. and sister.Mrs. George Roberts I-i: -4 'i- ,_

and Mrs. Effie Miner attendedthe I A
will
bring a Program birthday dinner' of Lonnie MAXWELLHOUSE ;

: Roberts in St. George, Ga. Sunday -
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Mr and Mrs Milo Smith spent

v. Sunday with Mr. and 'Mrs. "Jim
< of Progress to : Mitchell at Jacksonville Beach.

\ Mrs- H rley.Hearrin and son.''of :
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.. Key: West Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
I Hewett and son of Tallahassee, COFFEE.iiH

and Mr. and Mrs. Vemie! Dobbs /
yirImproved Bradford
County : I and daughter of Jacksonville were t
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,,, weekend guests of !.Ir: and Mrs.

.
I Arley Dobbs. '
i Mr. and Mrs.. Cecil Dobbs and COFFEE

children of, Jacksonville were
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schools with adequate salaries Walter Wfl- WITH $5.00
I visiting Mr. and Mrs,
for teachers; a better road program; clean kisoq Sunday. COEffEB79AR C FOOD ORDER
iNSTAN9
new industrial growth; increased tourist I Jimmy Eunice of VaWpsta Ga.. ,
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promotion; economy in government spent the weekend with.his parents -

these are but a few of the pledges Farris Mr. and Mrs, Harold Eunice. lX61

Bryant) has made to the people of Florida. ; : s' His grandmother, Mrs. Selma Pascal

His record proves: he is the one man fully I Eunice, returned with him for a

qualified and capable of providing the !leader F !few Miss days Arthurine visit.\ Blanchard, of '

ship that will guide Florida through an era Jacksonville spent the weekend Y

of new growth and prosperity. It's time to j I her sister, Miss Enza
ua I with ,
elect Farris Bryant. VOTE MAY 24! I Bknchard. $t ,

Following services at the Me- ',
thodise Church'last Sunday, there

zr was a fellowship luncheon, to the

church annex, which ws enjoyedby .
all who attended.

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PAGE'FOUKTEEH 4. I-' Eftfi0i1D COfJN't1} '4b1.E.l1t4API1. STARVE, FLORIDA, '.: .. . THURSDAY, MAY 1!, 1 80

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ryyyyyyyyyyyfyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVY Lot 10 of Blk in ,. i ...,b r Limit T'of Blk 13 Law. Lets 5 & 7 of Blk 13 ..1

Sunny Acres S'D' 1i I- I STT., Fannie. ,Cruanmel: (.44 trF E. f.'Ejr Wilbur Jenkins &.61 in Orig Town of.

:NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Lots 7, 8, 9 eft 10 of (tTf lat 1*-SID of Lot 13 Starke "f S. Mrp W".r.T.4Sar. ,
: : -- W. i J a'u' U I
Plk 3 !in Sunny .'1J Town of Lawtey i .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Acres S/D f Alfred Barnes. 4.59 n Ry '. W.: J. Barber 1.14 1Lot20'N&Sby44: .
: < :. ,_ ot. _. WE&WIaSE .' .
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SWK( of Blk CS of R3 t' "in .
a\ Lot 2 Blk 16 'ID' '
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W Temp S/D 21 i M ,: 5 3.Alf, i&; ltarisie 'to eor of Lot 3 of Blk .
Ozora SheDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1. Barnes -. Uii Lawtey E ,of. Ry : Harry Kittles Mlf Ik in Orig town of. .
: One Lot HO ft E. & : Starke 1 i t. : James HoHtngswo 4

AA AAAAAA Beg at SW Cor of NE A *... .".-""*'* -J-.K*r'. .. .. Tby 274 Ft N .*: SIn .. .. j' .\ 6443
14 of SW S4 run N. : SW Cor of Lot 0 1 Lot !O' N &: S by "' ; '
305 ft. SELY 423.3 ..' 17 Ex :.t- i
.S 137 ft In 603E&WIfNE -
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Commencement HighlightsOn Riley Jr. The meeting is held 179 W 347 \ .' r' : I, v +; : .
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; .- r '. iii22 \ Lawtey E of ..RyCam. .: Joseph Gumber T11 Ccr of Lot 5 of Blk : rn.
Sunday May 22, 19CO each Friday night at 7:30: p. m. ft to POP Ex I Lot ". : 'at SW Cor of li in Orig Town of .' ..
N .
In NW Cor 75 ft t .
The annual sermon to graduating at the Reno Theatre. On last by 100 ft .E & W 21 4-. 7| .teatbaX Shingles patersoa {l-:, Lot 17 &: Run E 100 : Starke '. "_- 1 U Eat F. C. HoUugsworth T1.C9Cly'aYw.
8.64 ft.foraPOB.Run .,' .
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seniors of RJE will be delivered Monday night a party was givenby ; ;> 137 ft E 73 ft, Cum 210 ft E of NE 1. tti r?

by ReV. Dallas J. Graham, the lady guests only. For the 1 Lot in SW Cor of : S 137 ft. W."i. ft toPOB '. Cor of BroadwayHoyt .' #. ; ,
BiS of R3W in Sts & run N .
pastor of ,Mt. Arrarat Baptist nest in clean wholesome fun join Temples SiD being ,* V W z"1'... .f. "'". La wtey in EofRyEv Town of .. 'ci- ; .i. 105 ft E 52V- Ft S ..l't.. ..

Church, Jacksonville. A capacity this club. More detailed informa- approx 10T( EtW I' 22i> 2i Bi: JameVA.' Grtffis ..859t SH ', Louisa Hrewo' IS.01 1C5 Ft W 521 ft toPOP .
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133' Colson 37.37
N&S
\>y 28 1 22 .
crowd is expected in the cafetor- tion can be given to-you by any ; 1 J..ohlOO.d( E& W .. :, .. rDaniel'Strong*-- .

lum of the school. Principal member.-Rufus Riley, Jr. re- Blk 1 S of R 1 W'f... :. '. l tth?.., 1Pa- J ..-, by In SW 137 Cor f t N A S .: Lt3ofBlk2tnLT It Cos S/D ., Louvenia Robinson 5.73
Cor ? .' of Lot
Ex Lot in NE ..
Thompkins and the sponsor of porter. 110 FtE& WX .r t. 17 in Town Of S.. f':.... LQIS 1 & 2 of Blk 7 j1. .
in L T & Cos S/D 'a! t:
the class, Mrs. F. S. Pierce would Fiesta Club 150 ft N &S & E% ; '.. .'. p.1',. $ /.I1' :Et.-.! .:: Lawtey E of Ry ": .i' 14bj EX RIW| .'" Mack Lane .. US4

1 Jjie for all parents of graduatas The regular monthly meetingof of Blk 1 & :2 I S of", :' ; '\ -. I ;:, s'RZW&BIk3S Corn 'At SE Cor of E 58 Ft of Lot 3 of .

to early and get good com- the Fiesta Club will be held at .fRIWExZIf.A -;i'.r t > .. : BIk18&runW60 Bik 15 in LT & Cos '\ &A a, :
Ft
come ( '.t for a POB, run .. F D \ 'U Enoch Tyson 3340
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't 'arc'-.s "> or '
rtable seats,, because no seats Wateroak school on Friday May lu SE Cor in -Temples .a'. :; ; :li. t 11. ,:;' N 274 ft. W 80 ft S' ." ., N 30 Ft of Lot 4 of ... :; 1'.1. t'
SD:, also Ex 274 ft E 80ft to PO ., 0f -
will be reserved. The will 27 unless changed to Saturdayby 7 '." ,) :. Blk H in L T eft ,
program Parcel I sold Desc. + ll: V1 tit I Town of Law.. f fCos SID Alberta Watkins 13.04
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begin promptly at 3 p. m. OnMondayMay the hostess Mrs. L. Z. Baker. TJE'63 Pg 41 & Ex ; ..f t.. ,.: <".r':.r T (-,---.:-. '''' .; ley E of Ry Albert Williams.& 111 .
Lot 1 of Blk 43 in L $
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85-
23, Class Night will :President Ethel Young asks all 349 Par Sold DB 21 4 22 a El Rancho |*ty91; .$} Com at SW. Cor of -. T & Cos S,D .. -a John H. Hicks 4678

te held in the cafetorium at I members to attend so that plans > ", *: "v" .' Mk 18 & run N 274 Lots :2 of Blk 431n 7J .>
6 of Blk Ft for .
Lot 1 thru t. a POB.
ron
Lealye lest'&:Inei": L T & Cos SID trL i Sallie J'o'e Wil
which time friends are asked to can be completed for the birthday 10 in N Reno S/D I 4 IJ J. Htgl toRer 114ios W aO ft, .N 102 FLK '. : name, 1S.S4
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: 80'ft. S 102 ft to
bring the gifts to the graduates. of persons born from Januaryto 7 of Blk 1. in \ j : .. .. POB .in Town of ; : N% Of Lot 2 & Lots ,\ t' ...... ,..,

Please, do not wait until Wednesday June.-P. Cummings reporter Lot North Reno .S/D.. \ I .' J Annie Mae Presley '. Lawtey= E of Ry Robert Austin S.ll 3.4,5,6&7ofElk: tL .
I Et Al. 4 in L T& Cos S/D M; f! Etta: 'Brownlee 206.99Farmir'a
May .25, to bring your gifts. Carnation, Club Lot. 27 in Town of > J. W.. Barber 581

This special appeal is being made The regular meeting was held Lot 3 of Elk 20 In N t \ .1 I, UY;,_ hWUUa.mll. pi -. Lawtey E 'of Ry :. ., WH 10 in of L Lot T 1&of Cos Blfc t. : i
Reno SD| .
N 160 Ft of S 325 Ft
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by the principal and sponsor of at the Reno Theatre Monday Lots 6 7 of Blk- 20' "I Willie .Mae Powell US ot Lot 32 In Town : ..Add ts6.7,8&9ofBik I "k t.. Supply. .

the class. The senior class will night with President W. Brooksin in N Reno SID' f o? Lawtey E of Ry Ollis Bell Brantley. 1.11 L T & Cos e

present the. commencement pro- charge. Plans are being made Lots In N 1 &Reno 2 of SD Blk; 23 i : ""t! Mpbla.NlRroan. \ ..: .. .- ,?.. .55' S, .Town 165 Ft of of Lot 32 hi. .. i Addn Denver R Devrick 275.44

gram. Each graduate will have a for the summer recreation activities Blk '1 in Ga- I ''t ( Lawtey Lot 3 of Blk 31 in L :Iw .
1.08 of i.. t' Aacon 110Ile: (HI :E! of Ry Jessie Lei Barber 6.11 T & Con Add '\' .. Zonla Morgan 28.5

special part on the program. that will include a .fish fry. hagan S/D Blk Ex 3 in R/W Ga- : ... '. ?30ft, to POB, W %00' ; .. Blk 4 in Temples Add .'. '.' .

Music will be furnished by the Additional information will be released Lot 10gaa SD| "L. 1. Willie Green ,1.93 Ft, S 100 ft. E To ExLotel,23ofDlk ; :
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W side of. Kingsley ; 4 I?: 't Eunfc.s >Innhu 2447
chorus under the direction of Mrs. I to members and guests Parcel Deec. in DB- 2E .. 4 .'r k Johnny, Lane US;>> Lake Rd..N 100 ft t tWIllU : Lots I, 2. 3 of Blk 20 4 ... .

W Morris. Diplomas will be pre&tnted very soon.A.. J. Royal, reporter. S8-441 .'. ft.To POB in Town In Temples AddFes ., : A. W Masters 92.43

by Supt H. P. Morgan or Attend Convention Parcel 443 Desc In DB 83-,23. ..,6 .a 1. .':::4 Walter'.;; .W. t., 1.85 Cf:.Lawtey: E of Ry Tucker" ..., 2493S3 at .N E Cor of "i !I .
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his appointee. The general public Willie E. McCollum and other Lot Nat 12'WillUins of Blk SID 1 In .\1 ..... .Lj- ; F'tiknovrn- ." !.,5 1 Lot Lot in 42 'NW. being:(Cor!%of C' I .- } ry: W SEA 335 of ft NEST S 330 run ft to'\ ,

1? coraially invited.On local delegates attended .and took Lot 2 of Blk 2 of ,0 .' .iv .: I. N&Sonf&257 ; FOB then E 130 ftS50ltW130ftN

To Washington! part in a three-day Watchtower Nat Williams Blk SD| r. ,t ,y. '4 6 II 1.', Irene. 'Richardson. 4.411 E NbonWby100'& Win Lawtey 50 ft to FOB 29 I '23 T'' r Lf 'Buckles, 16,84

The slogan of the intermediate CcnvenUoIi assemblY'held at'Lin LoIS 2 Nat 7 &WUliame'10 of SD 1 y 4' : at a De\18. Kelfy' UI E of Ry. Alia* &: M. T. Lee 7.61 Lots 1 Through 66 ,,'',:., f....

department of RJE is "Let's takea coin High School in Tallahassee in Nat, : 1. W''IA! of Lot 43 in In Parkwood S/D '
8 oflliamsmilk1SD -
Lot \ \ Mae Pel1salaU E Port Lots 7, 18 .S ;: "
Ruth I.U *
: t. .it 1 Town of 4... *
trip to Washington. D. C. on a. recently. Wi .. 1 Lawtey. 19 Conveyed to City P.. W: Developirs.e
', ,. : : I T ; E of Harry tittles 3.43
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Kiddle KoIIege GraduationThe Lot 17 of Blk 2, Nat 3 :- ; Ry. ., lnc4 244.68
autiful air-conditioned Grey- \ I t.i 1 John H. wd :2.65 i lot looftN&Sby ,, '''!P.. Williams SD| lOA in SE Cor of SE .
bound Bus. All aboard! Mrs. M. kindergarten pupils of l :. 40 Lot 20 of Blk .3 In \ J : ; 'w .H 'n.....aa. .. I.'I I % of NE14 & SHcf ;
E-- Roberts has planned this trip Starke. taught by Mrs. Pauline Nat Williams SID t. + r .. 4 orace J for of Lot 52 in .. SW SE14EH ( & : .J

and enlisted the cooperation of Marshall, will hold their first an- 1 Lot in NWIi in of Deed SW'e.4 .... .. -": ..... .: ''.. .'. ', 'f : ... of Town Rr'of Lawtey- E t James Lents: Barber. 4.87J. SE'4 of of NW SE3<,4' & NW 31. 33.. ,110 ,;- 'lU/o. Corp 77.44
Desc J ,
14 as ; 4r
her department and the entire nual graduation exercises at New Bk 70 Pg 301 Ex : ... : Lot 3: in Otts. SID of '4 of NEU of SW K "

Ahool. So far all of the 39 seats Bethel Baptist Church Sunday. UW| in Nat Williams ... j! ,Annie ..,,.. Lawtey t 'E. Wall Jr. 661 14 33 I 23 t SO'! *Rafgo,- -. Corp, 47.:.

are taken, but the money will May 29, at 11 a. m- Seven pupils SID U.. s .n, '"'1 Willlat& y,.. 4.55 113, undivided Int. in : Com at NW Cor of f.eo. .f. .
and to the S 205 ft j .
really reserve the seats. The will finish and enter the first :. t i J.- .... .'..-.tt..,-! -i cf Lot 6 in Otts NEST' ( of NWK run v-f; :" :'

'deadline' for 'collections has been grade at RJE in Sept. The address Com at NW Cor of -., \ ;" I.. I f'. .- SID. of Lawtey i Samuel .J. it Brown 4.41y E' 840 S 285' to S _' .' "ill"N"' *. j
Side of Canal for -
.. SW> of 3W4 & \ 9 .. '... y: '1't: >
'oi Mrs. M. A .... .i... "- .;. .. ,. 1' t Lot at lesc in Deed . _. _.. .. ;. .
set for May 23, by the close will be delivered by run S 210 ft, E 100' 1 ti; .. = Bk '?' t POB Cont. S 135', ;, > r.

school. Please do not send personal J. Lee teacher of first grade at ft for a FOB run SL \ ., r: :--! Otts 52.SDI Page 323. in Want; MM .. 23.93 W ELY 356 along* to Canal Canal c' .,. '.."., or.

checks, only money orders, RJE. Other participants will include 100 ft, 259 E .%59.ft N to 100 \1 S r.',' ,. .. # '' I- "In NW. Cor 2101 .,,....:.>.. 11 :S80" to POB U' 23 'VlrrtJIUcQu ... 1SS4
POE'W 23 ', Ii .1 4sntc/Tyaot: EtAlf. ; 8.14 SQ '. -25 U 1 Wlbur-| Jenkins 3.37 r ok
dish or certified cashiers checks: : Principal Eddie Thomp- zz 11'+ 210 ft SQ in SE
Com at NW Cor of I 3W% of SEt of SE Cor of NEST Ex .; ..f-11 ,,'?; T
andB. i s
will be accepted. The fare is Just kips Mesdames A. Chandler SW r i of SWfc & 14 & E% of NWU ; RIW 34 6 23 I J. C. Barton SfiS
.13.54 each way which is less ., J. Lennon. The music and ad- run E 61'0 ft, S 110 \\- \ i. ';itrH. :;'.$ 01 :' of $E4 of SEtf. 25 I 15 Lizzie Williams Com 399 ft W of NE v'' .'-to' .,
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than one cent per mile as they ditional program will be renderedby it for POD run W \ . I r.. '. t t E(.t. 33.83* Cor of NE% & run \ : :: ;, : ,
50 ft., S 100 ft, E i \ All of SEU of SEta S109ftW399tt: ; i' f r" ?
will travel over 1.500 miles each the pupils under the direction 50 ft. N 100 ft to o* NW% E.of Ry 26 S 2S 3 Ethel Tucker 3.S7 N 1092 Ft E 399 ft H p 14

way. This amount represents the of Mrs Pauline Marshall, teacher.All POB ZZ. '. !'\ ii. 1 L: .Hartley. U'IE 1 Ain SE Cor of SW. ,'. to beg 34 1 :J 10 ''Lawrence F. .. LaMee
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: >i' of SE'i 28 23 1 Odessa Douglas' 1452 Srr. ?.( 'y f 21.41
at friends Invited 3A of SVs of'SEtfcf -
transportation. Parents are parents and are of SW% 22 6 :3. t 3 3 .G* !'A: cram 3.33 W;* ,ef Lot 17 & All J '.. Com at NW cor of NW .
SWH
liberty to give the. children as to attend this program Lot 6 of Bik 2 in ... .. ,Lots 18, 31 & 32 U of NE>4 of Sec. % i .. to. \

much additional money as they which will be 'a treat from startto Bradford Hgts S/D 1 1 '.. Jacqueline.... A. Moor 4.09 :33. 34. 47. 48. 69 : 43.14 14; E 693' for POB, ? : ... + .3. t,,... ..
Lot 1 & 2 of Elk 7 ,.- !- & 63:: in Woodlawn 31 I 23 95 G. E. Crews... 5* 208.75', E 139', \ .; .
c"n spare for food and lodging fini&h. -: j .. : N 210' To Rd WLT : ( .
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in L T & COS: SD| r' 1 Lot in NW Cor of' .
that will cover a ten day bus trip CHURCH NEWS Ex RW| i 'I" .Mack,"Lan I.! ; 4J4iiams' Lot .21 being 150' E on Rd 140.3, S 14.5' L'
I to POB 27-24 C 23 Y: Carl Roberts 24.47
from Florida to Washington D. Pleasant Grove Methodist E 88 ft of. Lot 3 of ". &; W by 290.61' N .
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Blk 15 in L T \. ft &: 3 33. 1 23 1 Paul Crawford Jr U'ILols Com 220 ft S from .
C. Many of the pupils taught by Church}; Rev. A. J.Anderson pastor COS SD| 1\:. Enoch Tyson. 12.33. .7, 10. 22, 23, 26. : :.4 NW Cor of NE% of a .

Mrs. S. D. Williams will use this. held a successful contest and Lots 2 of Blk 48 in-L i\ '!' : .f 27 Woodlawn 32 t 23I 60 G.. E. Crews 84.18Eta NW'U & run S 210 \ .. -.... ...'. "f' "
I 6Ti aJ,1J.'lo ftE420 ft, N 210
T COS S/D : e .WIIJ
4np a& a culminating activity for rally on Sunday by raising a total & ., 1 i.u of .w% of SWtf ft W 420 ft To

the transportation unit they have e I of $765.81 under the leader- Lots 6. 7. 8, & 9 ef } \ .. ';' ... Of ,SW. % 4 23 10 Jordan ley I* Brant-56.91 Beg 34 6 23 E 2' Visco Foriyta. 7.72

been studying which will be com'' ship of Clarence DeSue and Ruth Blkilin LT&: .' ; 1H-A! in SW Cor of 1. IAInSECorofW3 .. 4'of
'"k \ Denver R. Devrick "<.:o -I* NW% of SW
'Several teach, wish to express + COS Add .. .: XEH! of swy of s ; 1 Ronald'Griff i i 8340
p. ted' on May 30. Edna Holland. They Lots 4..5 of Blk 18 ; of : WU being 256 ft E '- .. 4 2 7 23 .. ..
: ; .
us are planning to go as chaperones .. thanks to friends .of both in LT&' COS Add :;. t. Joseph. W. Prevatt 24.18 & W &;256. ft N .&S 4 6 \l 3 EM! 1 Donald ConS2 S>4 H of SWU of NE 4 'U 20. gary, ttddil 1484

and take advantage of th iI races for the generous donations Plk 4 in Temples Add *. \ t; ,' '..' .. -16.34 Com at Int of N line A*.*.. -" .* ".'
Ex Lots 1, 2 & 3 of. ) W .. VK..aVsE":Cor of 8' f y .. '} .
or Sec. with ELY
Inexpensive trip to the ;I Blk. 4 V "..' y ; Eunice, AnnisB '.21 WU of NE>i -& rue
Fiesta .- R\V; of ST Rd ZOO '
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of Lot 4 & All N. 638.4' X 74 Deg.,' .. .. .
Capital. Don't delay, reserve yo : Nfe pLot ". y Run W of S 4
I 5 & Stf of. Lot :33 In E 401.6' to' 250't
I f. >n> .
feat today. Wearing apparel will I donations totaling $13. The prizewinners For POB, SWLY
E 25 of Blk t ST '- .
C Ex ft WLY, RIW RD ', :'., '
600' ;
on Rd SELY
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'be very simple as most of th! and amounts were as fold U in Temples Addt'1f i (n '. EMcRae' .; 8,35 Deg. Oman E 4iO' NELY PAR Rd ,
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time will be spent riding an : lows: First prize, Norma Jean Lots 2, 3. 4 of Blk 32 \ l'. Along; RD. 945.3 to 600V( NWLY 450' To .
for in J M Johns Add V. t 'l 1 JosephH... Gumber c ," SLY BDRY of SW : \ POB 5 7 23 1.11. Broa&wy &:
rightseing.. Just play clothes and. DeSue $18.75 Savings Bond Sr., 'IUOI 54 of NE% W ; Galt1u' 27894
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casuals for the most part. Each, reporting $245.55 daughter of I Peg at NE CwOf BE11 .' ,'. ':: S27.6 POP of.NW'C' 22 11 .Leos''' Gray Jr. 71.98. All NWU W of '

Sunday will be a travel day MisS I Mr. and Mrs- Clarence DeSue; M of NE S,4( 330 run ft '"\: J'\ .- y NW i4;'< of NEJ,6 9 6' :22! 10 Earl 'D. Conner 80) Rd 6 7 23 42 Rggocorp. 135.31
W 335 ft Nit of NE-4 & All of i f.
Wilma Joyce Franklin, grand, Second prize Jacqueline Kelly, to POB then E 130 .. \. .;. 1 I : SW14 of.NEK( of NW SV of NEU W of

daughter of Rev. C. A. Crum and: $10 for reporting 18020. She is Ft. S 50 ft.W 130 .. S .Buckles'< 1."-. U 9. I 23 10. Donald .Conner. 1.00 Rd. 4 7 23 159 Rafgo .Corp 184.45
POB 39 .6 ,'S. 'D Lela AirN W of '
ft N 50 ft to 4 Ry & '
student of Consolidated HighSchool I the daughter of Mr.: and Mrs. Gus .. E of RD 13 Ex t, Com at NW Cor of E .

Lake Butler has made I Kelly: Third prize Albert Tyson, Lots 1 through 66 in .;" ,.' ? .: . R/W 10 4 S3i 37 Mrs. R.. A. Griffin % or SW'i of NE i .
Parkwood SID Export t. ; .. Eat. 122.40 U & run E 460 ft S ". ."
reservations to go with this group. ,, Jr., $5 for reporting $151. He is Lots 7. sa & 19 \. \ S%. of SWI,4\ of SW : :208: ft W 431 ft N
8 Azalea Hotel 180.8S
according to Supervisor Shell. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert conveyed to city 1. !I 'Jojeph'DiWarren.. ..... 100.88:: >i of NEtf SH i: i 4' SE 235,4 of to SWU POB of NW 7 7 22" '

Island of $2.50 SEU of:NW i' &: NW '. of SE 4 of SEK of. 'Lu Dixon 1.00
Little. Talbot Tyson, Sr.; Fourth prize of NEU of SW ... N\V1,4 15 23 10 Wesley U. Luke '.00 U 10 7 23 > 10 v Joeeph
", -50" Refgo'Corp 169.5U Com at Int ef WRIW| .. .
An educational tour has been I was awarded to Dan Hankerson, I.i 32 6 28 : ; .
-r' i.H. :S! A in NW Cor of of ST RD 100 & S
planned for Jacksonville Zoo and l Jr. for reporting $61.31 He is the W 200" of Ntt of SE t -. SW>4 of NWy of. "' Line of NW>i of: ,

Little Talbot Island by the teachers son of Mr.:and Mrs. Dan Hanker- '4 of NEU Ex RIW| 83 C ZI' .' L. Hartley t NEi 16 1 22ft 3 >< Thomas.. 'Norman S4.47. NE'i run N 355' ,. It .
Lot 4 of. Blk I. in .' S' of SE 4 of SW > : > > for POB Cont N on '
and pupils of Thurston and t son Sr. Thanks again for the South Gate SD| : .3 ', .tF.'Don31d'Ee. '.' ''' ,eh.' 3.JIEva'AlbirfHirrisoa of, NW>4 17 23 5 Minnie Lou Ds Rd 100', W Par Sec

Hampton Schools. Three buse s I wonderful support given by all Coin at NW Cor of .:.. :,10& f" Sue 15.34 Line 300 SELY &

and good. drivers have been secured -, members and friends of ourchurch. SWti of NW%, run. \ t '. ., 2A"4 Par to Rd 100', E
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of REVi of SEU 210Ft. 1 James' if Dou -
S 506 for FOB f ::30 to POB 15 7 22 ,
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for this trip which promise!i .- Clarence DeSue. re- S 358'; E GtG."' to. ,\ '..' : '. E & W by 41? ls0. IUISEJi
W. ft. N s' II' 2! 3 William Tyson Jr 4.37Sr3 "jtm ll 1.10
to be a delightful one. Principals porting. RR R/W N on & of SW'k( 19' 7 22 40 s Rogers
RIW 358', W 414 to : of SWU( of NW SE}.4 of NEK 21 T 22 40 Robert E Bell
8. C.I Price and M. Taylor extenda New Bethel Baptist Church, roB' II' M t1i : 4.5J K 18 4 22SI 27 LeRoy Dell 1452 Jr. 103.43
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cordial invitation to all patrons Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor will Com 220 ft' 8'.from .. W.220 Ft of NEST of SW% of NW 41A 23 7'23 40 Robert.: Pell
v ... ... 18 9 7 Dorothy! & Jonnie Jr. 43.48
Sunday of : > aw14 ,6 .
and friends. The last PTA meet- bold regular services on NW Cor NEK -. 1. ; Rail UI
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of NWU & ran '
ing for this term held Monday starting with Sunday School at 210 ft, E 420: ft. N ,' I E .sIC. of NW iof SE SWy of SE14 Ex 5A .
v .. 18 1 38 Dan Hankerwn 21.20 In SW Cor & ExilA 1 .
alight with Mrs. Louiza Brown 9:30: a. m. Supt. Milton Ellerson 210 ft W 426 ft to '.. U .
34 t 22 2 Vasco Forsyth 455 EK} of NE>i of SEH In NE Cor & Ex 7A 11i. .. .
president in charge. A good report in charge. Morning service at 11 beg. .. ,. Ex 2A in NE Cor 18 I 23 II Eraest'' DeU' 13.18 In SE Cor & Ex Ry .. *T 4

was made for the term 195960. a. m. Evening Service at 7 p. m. Lot. 9.of Blk 2 in Sunny -' Ex jtf 220' W of Co. .
No. 1 Pauline Notice Is hereby Inv thal the following .described !liads will be Acres S/D 4berta'TYlon 3.43 Gr Rd 35 7 !! 27 I. A.rJamts QniBB. 2098
Program
Summer Choir '
Music by sold at Public Auction tin the 31st day \of May,; 1960. -at. Starke, the Lot 10 of Blk 2 In Lota 49 & 51 on Cypress "
The regular summer program of Marshall reporter. County of Bradford. State of Florida to\ pay the amount due for taxes Sunny Acres S/D Fannie 'Crummel 14.84 of Crystal

activities will begin Monday June Bethlehem Freewill Baptist herein set opposite. to,the same. together'with. costs'. of such sale and. Lots 78,9&10 of Lake Homesites W. ,Lester 1503
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Blk 34n
advertising. Sunny .It Lots 201 & 202
13. Registration' will be held at Church Rev. L. W, McKay pastor r .' Acres SID Alfred. Barnes 10.78 old St Rd 100 on of '"

Anderson ,High in Lawtey and held regular pastoral services Lit 6 of Blk 16 .In -' I. SWft of Blk 6 S of .'V Crystal Lake ..-.,,;

RJE in Starke All pupils inter. on Sunday. The activities for the Town of New River 2)-34 20 I Jebsie'14ath1A .de Raw Temp'SiD- 21 6 23 3.1 Alfs.Bar..es. MarlzU 6.23 Let Homesites 1 of Lake Bedford '''. 'V Ernest. E. Trlest 14.93

. tsted -in participating may enroll week are as follows; Mon. 7:30: p. Lot 4 of Blk S3- in' .* .- J Beg at SW Cor of NE ..' Shores ''. -'I)6"er.a.: Iturlck 14.74

at 9 a. m. for a fee of 50c for the m. Faithful Few Club: Tues. 7 Town of New- -River n.u:0 T'Tl! Jessie:Sewell Eet ',17 .W SOS of Ft.SW SELY'4 run 423.3 N .. 'r/ i Lot 20th 3 of Int Blk In Tract A IE I/E '.,. .

p.itiie eight weeks which will p. m. Choir rehearsal; Wed. 7:30 Lot 12 of Bit 15 m f ". ft, S 179 ft.W: an. : In Beford Oaks Johnnie WIt qoghagan -
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ute care of all trips to Lake 1'% m.. Prayer meeting: Fit. 7:30: Ward City I I 30 TT E. -W.'. Lewia 647. Ft to POP Ex 1 15.S3J
AU SW% of NWU Not : lt tn NW Cor If : 0.' Lot 5 of Blk I"Din / !
whitamore and the supplies Player Band. Sunday at 11 a. m. M&Wd ditch : ftN&'Sby 109 -. Int In' Tract E -... '

needed for arts and crafts and The Youth will have charge of Ex 1 A 210' eq. in . Ft: E & Wit' 22 'Luth.. Sltla 1e. Pat- of Peford Oaks SID 'Stalder &; Wiodhaia 1274
EW Cor It 3 20 > E.i.fi.Polk.t > tUB '. IS.34 .
tenon .
'1 Lot 5& 6 of Blk .
other .in and out, of door games. the program. Everyone Is Invitedto 1 A SQ In SW Cor of '- Temples SID Also Ex ..*. ;, Mt Pleasant SID DiD. Geral5O"Whita t "45.7..

Principals Anderson and Thomp- attend activities throughoutthe SW% of NWU N'of : .: Parcel sold Desc. '1 .

kins will be in charge of their week and Sunday. Mary McBride RD & W of DB 63 'PG 41 & Ex.; Tract 1 B-Mt Pleas- '
Ditch 14NH I 20 ,1 E Z. Tetstone 437i rEX I..r' aold DB 85-349 f' ';.' El: Raucho M.tel 1120.99Annie ant SID" 1 Lot in .. 5' ; .
school centers and will be assistedby reporter. or SEU Of 'NWU \. .t..: .>< ,1" Lot ; of Blk 14 in. .. I SE Cor of NW'4' .w

Supervisor Shell. The schedule Allen Chapel. AME Church, A PAR 310' 8Q North RenoSID': ;: .Mae PresleyEt telng 716.10' N&;S '. :
1. 13 C. E. Miles 35.73
In SW Cor. 252A S Al 1.22 by 466.10'< E W
will & 7 ,i Sterling| 8. SawJames -
Trill follow about the same pat Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor Par Being 285 N '. .... .? .. & ; Lot' 3: of' Blk 20 in N wu, J .....: :3UI
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urn as last term with a few min- hold regular Quarterly Conferenceon &SbyIOI'EIz.W ., .. : t.-. "-... JWwSID .. Sally.- P. :Williams. 3.43 Tract 10Carl Vol- .
with Sunday In SE Cor of NEU Lots I, 'I'of Plk. 20 koff SID. ... -I. Lee 9024
or changes. Sunday starting of NWK Ex RVWand _' .' ,' -S ../ '" .' .. In N Reno SID| Willie Mae poweU .172 S 0:.' of N !8!' of N ,

Young Men's Club School at 10 a- m. Supt. Irene Ex. parcel in t .. .'J/TI-r' r- : .->., Parcel Desc..In DB ?88 ; : .. i Wy of SE% Ex ; ; ;'.
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The Young Men's Club of star- Thomas in charge. At 11'' a. m. NW'Cor 142'' N &; t : -" ; -441 23PatcelDesc. I 23 Johnny Lane 5.72Wa4ter ELY 27$' & Ex R/ ; .
S by 224.5' N &: I. :\ ;.. In DB 88 7 W 13 a 23 Marilyn KcLeod 1993
ke is well under way with a total the message will be delivered by Cumw If I :t.k -' 2 Chester. 11.Moody 16.it! '' .443 Vt I 22f ..Wnt. UZ Plk 6 of Govt Lot 2 '. .e4.. u ..t;. ..

of '26 members. They would like Eider Jenkins; at 3 p. m. Elder at NE Cor of ; Lqt-2 of Blk 2 of Nat in Lakeside S/D Edward, S/CUrk 6016
S% of NWU of N Williams SD| Irene Richardson 10.27 N 200- of W 114 of N
to have kt least 24 more persons Jenkins will speak at Mt. Pisgah EU run S 256" for .' '-' .. *>.."..f r; Lit f of Elk 1 Nat % Of .NE% U..22 14; Bind IL WalkerS "

join 'so they can reach their quota AME Church. Rev. Grimmage FOB S 105% W 105' *,:.*; '.?' .e .< 4 Williams SID| Joha: A.,-- Qtfmings lUT 1 j, Ir.' ,0.7,

Bradford the final N 105, E 105'' To .:. s.. ,;. . 1 Lot In NW% of SW Com at SB Cor of NE: -t I 'H" t'1.S
which is 50. Young men of pastor and at p. m. '-" ,to' --- W J ., :
7 run 523-5'
FOB .
t. 21 Y, as Desc in Deed ,
J..E. Garrison 5.37 4'
County at large are invitedto reports will be read at Allen of : B'k7f Pg 301 Ex NWLY 1445 for
SES4 SE ;
S 21
join. This would Include: Law- Chapel. All members are askedto SE A or' YEli! ,Ex IU 40 Jint;.Chasteea 2023S9 R/W in Nat WUliama POB N 1185:%: WLT ;' ,. :s. .
I S/D 22 1:1 John 4 Asals WU.Uams on N Line 65% SLY 5 t" > ;
try, Hampton, Brooker New Rivet. contact your class leaders and 1 A Lot Cemetery IS 4 21 Fnsier KeUey Est. 20.70 7.72 1100' SELY 103' to ,

Theressa, 'Graham. Lincoln make a full written report at the Cor of Lying.SW4 in of SE SEt -. t,.$..Ye.:1rt .' I14 .- C'm'at NW Cor of. .. -, FOB 24 1 83' ** .C.-Ci. lIel'IU',

City :and Starke. If you are Interested conference. All aunlaries of the \ being 420 ft N&3 : .: :rf. .sW% of SW% & -. y r.' .
by itO ft E & W Ex : j .. .t: .s: :it) ruIS210ft.E100Ft. Com at NE Cor of S1&ef A..i'at .
you may contact any of church are asked to make a writ- : for a POB. run ; NW 4 of NW td ; 1
1-A to SE Cor 14 .
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sq. ; n' 3 Ii.ti' '
; ;Ttuby Slade i.1.> : 4, "I ,'. ..
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the following officers: Pres.. Willie ten and financial report. Our Lots .H. ., ., : t. S W'ft. E 259 ft. : S 56% W 144 to
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51. lie. In ; .
N-100 ft W 239 ft : > : FOB W 603 100' .3' .
Pittman. 'Jr; vice-pres., Alired Junior Church and Choir is Woodlawn' Ex W -. ... .., POB 23 MI Lea Tyaoa-Et Al 17.34 E 50' N 16V to beg 25 I .23 L7yr48artet". 111

Griffin; sec'y, Alfred Hodge; marching on. Remember our sick 430 of. Lot il' HSW I' U Ro, P. S ou1.rher.- E, 3A of S% Of SEtt S 120' of E 343 of 8 .. ,'t '
land 82.34; of.SW,4( of SW% 2R 23I i C A. Crum 8.90 W i of NW% of N ; "
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fin. sec'y.. Gene Holmes; rec sec'yJimmie and shut-In members. Pray for .4 of Lot 14 in :. ..;. t' '7b" e ill EU of NWX of N < + W% 25 23 Eddie. ''bed'Bgttli 1.11

Green: bus. mir- John Sister Lillar Littles who Is also Woodlawn 18 E 12 a. ; Colton o. Wit.' EN of Rd 24 22I !. Edward Ricks 2S.S3 Peg at NW Cor. E 45% 7' ,

6-27 Lo 5 of BIk 3 In S 200' to Lake. W : .
,. hams .
Henry Green; reporter Rufus !hutm.Eo J. Givens reporter. SH of BIt 25 In Law :.e. Bradford Hgts SID: .Jacqueline. A Moore 10.27 )5*. N %Ol'! to be.n t ZS O. W. Hall 39.6
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tty W of Ry .. .E* of SEU of SE% ; Lo 47 in Indian
NOTICE Lots l'Ii.1 of Half ; George F. Young 1. .OI of NEST Ex. W 1 A 2' 21 <4< 'Wrs. W; T. Tomp- Beach T. a. .Wbid4cm-Sr, 67.33
Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold Blk 1 In Lawtey '. ( I *. .* .,, .. ** kiss. 2 ..44EtDoiiiW. Lou; 1, 2, or N% of
at public auction at 12:00 o'clock noon, on the 3rd. day of June. A.' DH W of Ry Lot 4 & 7 of Blk 2 tn i r ; NEB II S 33 80 MfL,.B..J. .Aldern -
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1110, at the City Han City of Starke. County of Bradford. State of 4Be'lAlr' Itotel' 736.23 White Acres 8DPreperty { '" i- garage 27.C3 .. an:. 55.11
Florida the amount due for taxes herein the I Lot 15 N & 8 .. .0-,
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same, together with all costs of such 100 E & W .
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Foil on N by Blk i.. i:132 $
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