Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03534
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Sheriff P. D. Reddish, sea:soned politico of three terms Doyle Conner's political rabbit foot continued to function.:: Tuesday, 'keeping intact

in the sheriffs office and f irmer County Commissioner, I his record of never having ,lost an election, from FFA chopter president to Commissionerof

rode out the storm of a tempe jst-tossed second primary andS Agriculture. '

won a fourth term at the poll; Tuesday. 4 }' The affable Bradford Countian scored a smashing victory in the. Second Primary to

When the last vote was counted, ride rough-shod over concerted opposition by South and Central Florida 'newspapers who tr

After Fight I including absentees, Reddish hada sought to tie him in with the state's so-called"Pork Chop Gang." : ; .
margin of 238 over the threaten-
: Voters apparently paid little'heed i :
I ing challenge of his
political neo-
and Conner swept 51 of the / -S
phyte chalenger Jennings Starl- state's 67 counties to roll an !
up Bradford r
Not Helps Bryant _
GuiltyPleas ing.The final tabulation was: REDDISH imposing 416,271 votes t incomplete : _
Returned To PostExDeputy ,] ,to his opponent, W. R. : '
Reddish 2322. starling 2f.84. I Buster] Hancock's 358.635. i/ _
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Entered I Thanks to the heated sheriff's H Win .
: Conner will be the Governorship *
contest, which reached the pointof .
I I youngest man ever elected to the _
{ alleged "assault and battery"on ? I Florida Cabinet. He will take office '

By Foursome I II election eve (see story else- \l in January to succeed the'' Bradford County went down L IL2
where), voters returned to the late Y _
j' Nathan Mayo who died last the line for Farris Bryant as1 Yi
polls Tuesday 'virtually as strongas
t I month after tilling the office for' J
Doyle Conner,' Florida's new Agriculture Commisoia! t'r-t'll''t!
Governor again in the second pri-
they did in the first primary.On .
Not guilty pleas were entered) 37
j: years.
gets victory kisses from his wife, "Kitten and their fonr. 'ear-
giving the Ocaian almost -
Wednesday morning by all four\ May 3, 4419 yotes were cast i Conner, who has served 10. P mary an
{ old Mh, Dole, Jr., at Conner campaign lifadquarlers in Miami
defendants in a pre-election seuf-!in the sheriff's race, while. Tues- 'MF k (: years in the House of Represent- four-to-c lOaigia of 3402to .

fie that resulted in assault and day's total in the same contestwas 2 J' ,: atives after an early start in 863 for his opponent, Doyle Tuesday night. .

battery charges being lodged' 4406. There are 5257 qualified political life, was named by his Carlton Jr.Bryant r S

against Sheriff P. D. Reddish, his I' voters. colleagues in 1957 as one Of the carried every Bradford'

son. Deputy Dolph Reddish, and! By strange coincidence, there three most valuable members of precinct by overwhelming majorities -

two Starke business men, W J.);! were 1000 regular ballots and 50 the lower house. He was chairmanof mOle than doubling his 1

Dodd and his son, W. O. (Billy) absentees in the South Starke the House Agriculture Com- score of 1419 here in the

Dodd. I precinct on May 3, and the exact mittee in 1953 and was named first primary. Cariton picked up

County Judge T. A. Yawn, before same number-1000 regulars and yr speaker in 1957. He is the son of less than 500 Bradford votes be-
whom the defendants were.:. 50 absentees in the Second Pri- Mr and Mrs. Leon Conner of tween the first and second pri-

arraigned Wednesday, continued) mary, Starke and has insurance offices maries. He polled 394 here on t ILTr
the cases until the fall term of) While Reddish and Starling here and in Miami. j May 3 to run fifth in ,the county. ; ,

county judge's court to allow time' each carried four precincts in the 4 Conner will be honored by his: Bryant's statewide victory was .. .

for election tempers to "cool off."! First Primary, Lawtey swung to SMITH county with a celebration to be'' likewise resounding' with virtually w .. *
Sheriff Reddish Reddish in ,held at the BHS football stadium I II hf .' ,
Deputy.Red-, by a.narrow margin BRYANTGovernorElect complete returns! giving him a ; '.
Wins Commission Seat > ...
dish, and the elder Dodd have I the Second Primary, giving the I Wednesday, June 1 from 5 to I lead of more than 85,000 over "! .. ... cvi
posted $500 bond each, while the incumbent five Lawtey, N. 7:30: p. In. ,Basket lunches will be i! !Carlton. Unofficial returns gave { .d!t..J'Tf.r .

younger Dodd is under $750 bond I Starke, S. Starke, Hampton and, Gets 'brought, and Conner workers J I II as well as state officials will beinvited ''Bryant 491,172 to Carltorfs 406- ; .. ........_ ,

-an extra 3250 for alleged use of Brooker while Starling carried i ', from various parts of the state, j to 'attend. ;;630. I Abo\e: Conner sets agricultural S

"profane and inGecent" language. I' Graham, Theressa, and New River.> ; The 45-year-old former Speaker know-how at an early age behind,

The guilty pleas were entered : The Sheriff's race was the most 18 Months I of the House and Harvard | tractor on his father's farm west ;

for the Sheriff by his "ttQrpey\\hotly contested campaign in recent Nine Surrender "trained attorney captured 55 of I of Starke.

William Avera, of Bradford County history.' ,the state's 67 counties in the face I I10f I t.

and for the Dodds by {attorney H. Rolling along on a fairly even keel| For Conspiracy concerted opposition by Central :I I Right: Conner pictured at the
V. Knight of Starke. before the First all the South Florida metropolitan -
Primary, Istops' ] and '' height of his FFA career, when
According to Sheriff Reddish, were pulled out between i! In Gambling Case dailies who favored Carl- j'I' he served as National President

he was In the Starke colored section May 3 and 24, climaxed by an attempted -j'i Fate Brown, former chief. :ton's so-called liberal" view-; of the organization.
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[Reno] Monday afternoon; picture-taking episode in'deputy sheriff of Bradford County : ; point on integration as against A .

checking 'on complaints of white Starke's Negro settlement (Reno) has started serving 18- 1lS"With'a |(Bryant's outspoken segregation-} ...
an ,,Nine 'residents-: 'Bradford,. bo 'rialResalepajue' list V J! I Below: Conner (he happy war
.Monday afternoon 'Charges -andI{ '" ;, \
people .thsttfceir-JNegro. employees monthsentence i pOSef'ttThd jf "
from this! Clay, 'and'Duval counties have ( of-more, than a million dollars I had blessing ofGovernor rior. never more at home than,
counter-charges j
had arising Carlton the-
threatened with eral Court last Friday for. 'con-
when behind the mike making a
incident will be in \ surrendered to the U. S. Marshal's J : Darnell is named in the I who made I
violence if they showed up at the county Judge's I spiracy to violate the federal j ( Leroy Collins\ campaign speech.
polls to vote Tuesday, court next fall, after time has I liquor laws. He was delivered :May office in Jacksonville and posted; I I overt acts which the government i ja speech endorsing the Wauchula )!I .

The Sheriff said that as he allowed the political atmosphereto 21 to the Federal Correctional bonds ,on charges of conspiring I alleges constitutes the' conspiracy, i senator on the eve of election.

came out of a Negro's house, the cool,,according to County JudgeT. Institute at Tallahassee.In to violate the federal wagering 1 1I but is not indictment.The charged. in the. conspiracy j Some observers think Collins' ef- The I
A. Yawn. the tax laws. I forts to pick his successor hurt
younger Dodd tried to take a imposing eentence, U. S. indictment alleges the conspiracy -
picture of him. Reddish said he In the only other county race District Judge Dozier DeVane declared 'j Maxie Carter,.Sr., 57, of Starke, began in July 1957 when rather than helped Carlton'schances.

reached for the camera and young oh the ballot W. Hogan Smith, it was lighter than ordinarily the only white person in the .
Carter met with Darnell in ,Jacksonville -
Dodd snatched his glasses off. At former turpentine operator and imposed for one who not,I group, posted $1,500 bond.A to arrange to obtain'; "pull j i Selection of Bryant as Govern- ConnerStory

the same tithes Reddish said cattleman, polled 2247 votes to I only violated a position of trust,, $1,000 bond was required of books" and other gambling : {ior is believed by some political ',
Dodd's father grabbed the Sher- take the District 3 Commissionseat I but who then denied his guilt and I!Gary Reddish, 45, Starke Negro, 'para-i writers to mean that Florida Is I ....,

iff's arm. over Seeber Goodman, serv- I demanded a trial. He said he ai,I and $$500 bonds were posted by phernalia.It alleges that on 'March 15, headed toward a more conservative ,I
ice station operator, whose count being lenient because of the con.)other Negroes:, Florence Reddish form of government during
The Sheriff, a husky 200- 1958, Mary Alma Filmore and ;
pounder, wheeled and flattenedthe was 2034. The incumbent, ,H. A. dition of Brown's health and be-'140, of Starke; Enoch Strong, 64' Gary Reddish were found with'the four years starting in January : sf

elder Dodd with a single blow, Bishop Jr., was not a candidatefor cause of the many friendship s and Willie Newsome, 69, both of gambling material' in her Orange| 1961. Bryant pledged no new tr
it was reported. The younger reelectionBaccalaureate Brown had in his home county. ]i Lawtey; Mary Alma Filmore, 48, taxes and said he would trim 25 '
t Park home. Also on the same date,
Dodd turned and ran, and Deputy "You should have been mar, Annie Lee Townsend 45, and Da- agents found gambling materialat .million dollars a year from they :

Russell Redding, who happened' enough to own up to it, to face,|vid R. Townsend, 49, all of Or- the home of David and Annie!j state's spending program. He is a r

to pass by at that time, chased I it, to take your punishment, and Ii ange Park; and Preston Johnson Lee Townsend.A ;militant advocate of state's rights f ,
I to resolve never to violate a- trust t t-50, of Jacksonville. !and believes that segregation in
him down. Redding said his appearance l third raid, on the same'.date,
again," the judge remarked in ii: All were named in a conspiracy all walks of life is best for both /
on the scene was a : uncovered tally sheets and (other'I :
coincidence, as he had been to I Sermon Sunday passing sentence on Brown. 1 indictment returned by a federal gambling records at the. home of traces. *
'' ,Brown had been charged witt if grand jury on May 16. The char- I
Reno to take home a colored Gary and Florence Reddish in l _
i using his official position to '.ges stemmed from investigationsmade ;. j ,
helper at the county jail. I' pn Starke. ,
The two Dodds were arrestedon Graduation exercises for 119 !!' test moonshine operations ir by Internal Revenue Ser- The lengthy indictment lists: Berries Bring Few men can match the jet-age c:a as one of the nation's outstandng -
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charges of assault and battery members of the Bradford High ,, Bradford County and to escorl t'vice agents prior to and following I meetings between these andother, : rise ot' dynamic Doyle Conner dui youth of 1947; was named by

with an additional charge of pro- 'School Senior Class will get underway liquor-laden trucks through th<<-la\ series of raids by county, state, defendants named in the 'allegations ring the past decade from an obscure ]Florida Jaycees as one of five

fane and indecent language a- Sunday night when the county. His arrest, along witt|: and federal officers on March 15,1 as a basis for the conspiracy:::0verl' $$116,000I farm boy in Bradford Coun-I gainst the younger. annual Baccalaureate Sermon is ; seven other men on conspiracj' charges'against them. ty to National President of Fu- 4 i and was voted one of the most

Later Monday, County Judge I I delivered, in the new high school charges, followed a prolonged investigation 1958. I+ tore Farmers of America, to! 'valuable members of the 1959
Yawn, on complaints filed by the j i auditorium. Rev. Bob Badgett of i by: undercover agent:3? The raids covered locations in All are !specifically charged'with i'' The largest volume of straw- Speaker of the Florida House of-1]Legislative session.

Dodds issued warrants charging I'i the F.rst.Christian Church will cf the government into ,moonshuu? three counties and resulted in conspiring unlawfully, wilfully,S berries to be shipped from the I Representatives, and jfinally-to Conner is married to the former

Sheriff Reddish with assault and I::1'deliver the sermon while the invocation ,, operations here. the seizure of one of the largest !> and, knowingly failing to registerand 'j|Starke market in several years election Tuesday is Florida's new :i.Johnnie Bennett of Marianna, and
battery on the elder Dodd and ],', and benediction will ben Six of the defendants plead* ,caches of gambling equipment pay the special federal;, tax: brought Bradlord'growers a return Commissioner of Agriculture. i j 1 they have' two lovely children,.

the Sheriff's son Dolph, with assault : charge of Rev. J. H. Mabry of guilty and another pleaded no con j ever uncovered in Florida. II on gambling, and with ,conspiring/;; of 116016.22 through Wed- I Born Dec. 11, 1928 on a farm!! .Doyle, Jr., 4, and Kimberly Ana
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on the younger Dodd after I the Madison Street Baptist t I test. Brown was the only one .t< I :nesday, manager J.'R. Wainwright west of Starke, Conner attended ;18 months.To .
The raids included a search of j to evade the payment of the! yesterday .
he had been taken to the jail. Church. I go on trial. i I said rural .schools and "broke in" on' date-he's never lost an

The younger DOdd said that Deputy The program will get under The former deputy was dismiss Ja; printing plant at 1110 W.,,[special excise' tax on gambling' !r Total of 44,235 flats [12 pintsto ,I farm management at an age when "
Reddish struck him in the may at 8 p. m. with the proces- I ied from his position after his arrest -- Adams St. in Jacksonville, owned !1 operations. the flatJ were sold through I most boys are still shooting

face. sonal by the High School Band. ;| on the charges. by George Hines Darnell, 52, j I i No date for the arraignment oi f the. market, with possibly another-I marbles.: Doyle was 12 when his'I I Cancer Canvass '

In his complaint the elder Dodd "The Holy City" will be sung by .I Slade Sentenced where agents seized Cuba and j the nine defendants has been set. 5,000 being, sold in .the field 01 1 j father, Leon Conner, accepted ,
alleges that the Sheriff struck the High School Glee Club. II j Truby Slade of Hampton de-I carried to nearby outlets. Total 1 I !I work at nearby Camp Blanding, Workers Named .
him again after he had gotten Commencement exercises will 1, 'i fendant in another case involving 71 'l returns from the, 1960 .crop, including -' | leaving the 400-acre farm largely

into a car after the original alter- be held Friday night, June 3, ;, i violation of federal liquor laws+ |, berries not sold .through i I : to the management of the ambiti-: Mrs. W. H. Hand, chairman of

cation. I 18 p. m., in the auditorium. aThe(: i was sentenced in Federal Court t, I Second Primary Vote By Precincts |the market, would probably runi i j 1 cus youngster. During this period :the 1960 Cancer Fund drive, anUpounced

The warrants were served on I welcoming address will be made! Jacksonville,, on May 9 to tw 0 i around. $125.000. it-is estimated Doyle was !active in FFA and 4-H : the following workers

the Reddishes by Constable J. L. by; John F. Dodd, Salutatorian years. He is also serving his sent-I The season turned out far better .1 work and proceeded to increase 'who will ,. conduct a ')ouse to:

Silcox. and the farewell address by Wil, i ence in the correctional institut,e than expected, Wainwright Mthe; I farm's livestock holdings on !house canvass Monday night at
liam Henry Graham m. Vale'I|in Tallahassee. Slade was ,indictelI ill-I{ .:0 e # \said, considering the lateness oi ft 'I' his own. '7 o'clock. "
Victorian+ of the Senior Class. I on this charge in September 195. .. x... ; a z.C : % .,, r; the crop. Most berries sold alI t; Having a natural knack for Rural area: Mrs. James Tem
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SENIOR "Problems That Face American L'' -< a: Q 'p. g: :-: t&p.:::1:' Z ..: I prices ranging from $2 to $3 pel rs politics, Doyle soared through ;ple, Brooker: Mrs. T. J. Alder-
Education Today" will be discussed| Rotarians Hear p. p. p. = =- :: ? 0 Sa Q flat-not as high. aa last year' every local FFA office and went man,. Mrs. D. E. Hill, Hampton;
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CLASS NITE by three members of the gradu : < < ;: W' :: :: p. !|average. The lower prices, how on to become State President! in Mrs. J. A. Gnann Theressa; Supervisor
: Mary Katherine itUF! Health Center M Z as C7 = ::: 4 .0 I ever, were blamed on the lateness i 1947. In 1948 he reached the topfFAdom Ozora Shell, colored area.
Friday, May 27 Margaret Ann Din. ;Director Speak .. 'N 02 Ie CD". 00r. I jof the crop which.threw Bradford I in with his election as. Starke: Mrs Henry Stefanelli,
7:30 p.nu :tins, and Harold Tyus. I Il j berries on the market in competition -; National President of the organization Mrs. L. J. Green, Miss Dorothy

The graduates will be presented l Rush GOVERNOR I: with those from many othe]r embracing rural youth in Ross, Mrs. Beatrice Farber, Mrs
Jordan director of the J r. .
BUS Auditorium individually by Hugh B. Ingram l i including CaUfornlatl 48 and the then territories Eloine Smith, Mrs. Olin WhiteJr.
i areas states
Hfflis Miller Health Center at th el I Bryant 462 Iut 797 50 189 137 59 156 141 34lit 2
Jr high school principal and diplomas Wainwright said that grower!s of Hawaii and Alaska. ., Mrs. Ned Yancey. Mrs. J. D.
Public InvitedNo .1 11 University of Florida was gues Carlton 135 U5 180 13 43. 21 10' 25 I5 8ti:;$
will be presented by H. P. I'speaker at the Rotary Club Wed- tl who managed well and put up I,i In 1950. while still a sophomore Warren Mrs. Richard Cauffmah
Admission Morgan superintendent of public nesday. &ECTY. OF STATE good pack of berries made money'. at the University of Florida, Doyle Mrs. Paul Canova, Mrs. Lennard

fI stn1ction.i "I I Others J just about broke even, and II parlayed his political talents into,Register Mrs. Robert Johns, Mrs,
I Mr. Jordan described the to- Adams 377 1291 713 n 1M' 116 n 106. 123 2m)4:
Charge i Special musical numbers will b< I zla few may'have lost money, hi.e I election to the House of Representatives C. R. Scoggins, Mrs. Bert Mc-
I Importance j of adequate health, anj dl Yarborough 80 ,269 n2 1' 29' 20 11 20( 1t 57
presented by the Band and Gl e< from Bradford County, Maines, Mrs Geo. B- Simpson,

I I Club. j'hospital as an facilities attraction to ,to a community new in ll l-l-t CO\DI.: \GRICULTURg ', said.The manager reported that all I defeating a seasoned salon for the Mrs. H. V. Knight.' Mrs. Randal

This Contributed This year's class of 119 Senior>> seem pleas,-I\ post. He was elected to.two terms, Chitty Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs.
Space .. ,dustry. He praised .the Bradfor d I Conner 439 1513 841 51 203 135 61 141 139 3:25 of the top growers '
Is the largest ever to gradua*. .mulch whicl mule still a student, graduating Ben Moxley, Mrs. J. 0. Gay Mrs.
Weekly to Publicize j County Hospital as one of th ej j Hancock 126 292 124 13 21 18s 7. M 10 61n :sled j with plastic ; .
frcm BHSVFW outstanding! small hospitals i i, was used this year for the firs: i in 1952 with a Bachelor of Science David Montgomery Mrs. D. L.
Community Events by t most 'are expecteto <1 fie Agriculture degree. 'THo'mas.*
the nation: and told of ways yn: SHERIFF time, and are (It
BarbecueTickets which the local hospital and th,e j Reddish 3401062 510 14.128 79. 32 93 6-4 232in 2 convert entirety) to plastic nex i! At the age of< 28 he" was: unant -, All volunteers will meet at 10
THE COMMUNITY elected by'his fellow legUjr'lators -:a. m Friday in the Garden Rest
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UF center can cooperate to the 1 Starling 316 sn 480 52' 108 89 39 88 91 2O 84( year. The pa .
are now being sold f o:r mutual benefit. I I, with general approval especial!:; as Speaker of the House of aurant.

STATE BANKOF a chicken barbecue sponsored b;, The speaker was introduced b Y co. C01DL DIST. S t J 1 since it saved labor in the pack::,-1: Representatives youngest in, Mrs. H- C. Broadway at the

I the new VFW unite. in Stark, R. E. Edmondson. administrate J 11"' Goodman 221 863 4" 34 150' 18 26 103 69 203J. ((4 ing operation: and' scarcity of la,- i Florida's history. |B &' O Restaurant 1 is giving all

STARKE I Saturday, May 28, from 3 to i:8 of the Bradford County, Hospita Smith 370. 993 498 30 85 72 4-4 11 M 224 17,
p.m. The public is urged to attend L who had charge of the ,pro ram ; i facing growers this year. j jby the Outdoor Writers of Ameri-cer fund. _

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iMrs.-M. A. Garcia and children Mr. and Mrs. I jlor I the summer enrichment program i Jf; .
Stephanie Ann and Michael, left I Henry Stefa- I according to Mrs. Maxine:| FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR U!- 'tar:;
)j j jrait nelli will go[ to Jacksonville Sunday -
j (Gibson, home ;
: Friday for their home in \, economics teacher
I I to visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert J jatthe Starke High School. PHONE WO 4-3551 3'.
CemariloCalif.) after six weeks 1 ,' ) <
visit with her,parents, Mr, and Stefanelli and attend the second E The program will include in- swete.. -

Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Judge I birthday anniversary of their Y I stmction in sewing, clothing se- i '

sod Mrs': T. A. Yawn. Mrs. Garcia grandson Albert Stefanelli, Jr. < ,lejction, 'grooming, home improvements "

traveled by jet and during a five I Air. and Mrs. David Lawson t preparation and serving of] ,:

hour wait in Atlanta spent the ,have moved to 810 E. Main St. j'v summsr foods, etiquette, and'oth '

time visiting the Leslie Biggs ''I Apt. 1, Bartow, Mr.; Lawson will ; er areas of interest to the teen- i your home..'. : : :,

family and Mrs. Rosa Burton. be employed In body and paint age gitl.Morning. .. '___" ... :
!Fred .onhard is on a two !:work. classes' are plantedtor I 1 I .. for 1 'i '''' ,

weeks business and pleasure trip Mrs. W. N. North and son, Bill j the students who.have hud no I'I .
to New York City and Pinebush,I spent the weekend with Mr and !! previous school courses to home- .

N Y. Mrs. Paul Beavers in St. PetersIi II I I ; making -with afternoon' classes ( I2J- ,;:

Blake Jackson is in St. Vin1 1 j : y ,scheduled for 'advanced students.
burg.Mrs. v
cent's Hospital for observation. : Harry Mooty\ Is confinedin I, :. New students are particularly' .
and treatment Bradford urged to enroll In the 'orientation

.Mrs. David Sanback.of St. Augustine Wednesday to Friday County for Hospital minor ,Junior-Senior A group of Junior and Senior Class officers and their,dates cpurses during the summer. I :... Gulf Life Insurance will keep. ," ,

spent Wednesday of last surgery. enjoy chatting under the canopy. of stars. Standing ((1-r) Tal- Classes in food preparation" are home m the family if '
k.withMrs. M. A. Garcia. madge Mulljs, Junior Tombo to be conducted from 8:30: to 10a. your
Singer etewlnc Machine tfeedlea Prom Theme sponsor; Smith, Junior class pres- "
m. and do not outlive-y'o ,
Dr. and Mrs. B. E. McRae, Jr. at Denmark ident Tom clothing construction you
Fnrnltotw Co. tf ; Jackson, Sf'niorire president; Russell Raulerson..
aid' of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. I Seated classes from 10:15: to 11:0"a. m. \\1\\ ) mortgage.There are several .
sons W. H. Nollman Features Stars at table (clockwise from left): Margaret Ann Dinkins, ,
Norman Ives of Lake City were ':n turned Sunday from a week in I Senior secretary; Barbara. Jean Green Anne Matthews, Junior daily ,Advanced to meet twice classes,.are. scheduled \ plans-with exclusive
Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Asheville, N. C. I weekly from 'i Plave features:Ask
treasurer Adapt-A-
; Eharlene Hardy; Mike Reddish, Senior sgt.-at-arms; 2 to 3:30: p. beginning June I Ill.
Barney McRae. Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. A of white ... ivoresentative.'Gulf .
canopy and blue Sarah Osborne, Junior secretary; Ann Roberts, and Hank Graham The-- advan'I'Pti /tlaocAc.. A* I vn.iV Gulf Life
,. .- Wesley Andrews were Carl Andrews crepe paper streamers, liberally Senior president. I only to b"v who have"had-r-at: -' -

.. of Winter Haven. Mrs.I !least \ky-
-- "" sprinkled with silver stars, trans- one year of homemaking./
George Cottman of Ocala Mrs. :
toimed the USO auditorium intoe Thinning classes start June 13. ;

FloridaTheatre and and Wilma Charlie Mr.Newburn and Roberts Mrs.of L.of Mount R.Lake Roberts Dora City.,II,. ior night lovely Prom for setting the of annual Bradford last Junior-Sen-Saturday High For ndt

Mrs. Nate Dyal served as installing \v$6'dland : Florida.
fcfchool-, 9-1421 after 5 p. m. Founded 1911 Home Office,Jacksonville
officer for the 1960-61
officers, ot.the St. Augustine BPW Some 350 Seniors, Juniors, faculty dally.Jan
members, and guests gathered .
Club at
a dinner meeting in the
to dance and enjoy a colorful MundorffR'eceives
Bennett Hotel on Thursday. May

Edward 19. She was Hall accompanied and Miss by Madge Mrs. floor show atmosphere in the, based"out of on thiswcrId" the. AwardsAt I 1 NEW REALTY SCHOOLSTARTS

IJiddleton theme Guests, "Stairway were received to The in Stars.the. Oglethrope

SAT. MAY 28 Replace your old sewing machine i
. foyer
by Tombo Smith,
president -
belt with Jan Miiridorff, 'son of Mr. and
a new Singer Bell '
BIG from Denmark Furniture Co. tf of the Junior Class; H. B.: rd :Mrs. 'R. -llfflndorff of -Startfe, JUNE 7 7:30 P.M.

TRIPLE Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith Ingram, principal of BHS and Ij4 was'"tMoFed'li\ tliSevetal -a'dar'dspres

:'FEATURE.PROGRAM, I wiJ return Friday from Roanoke} Mrs.lis, Junior Ingram Class; and sponsor.Talmadge Mul- lrt t' d ''dt';,ffie fannual' \\= idNiih COMPLETE COURSE IN(90 DAYS'

Va. They were accompanied home held'at ,6giethrope University -
A large
by their daughter Shi Ann a scene painted by Atlanta, Ga.'on May 19.

student in Roanoke College, who Sarah Woodburn portrayed theprom's I Mundorff is 'a member of thegraduating 'e
Regular AdmissionS I theme, and was mountedon .
will spend her summer vacation class and will receivehis
one wall in the foyer. Another
at home. A.B. aegree iron the university ,
S E ONE focal point was a flight of silver
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis on June 5. I
were foil-covered ESTATE MANUAL
stairs in one cornerof : SECTION FLORIDA REAL
COME ALL in Marshall N. C, from Wednesday the ball room. He was presented the Players
to Saturday to attend the Award, given annually to the EXPERIENCE COURSE
Music for dancing was providedby SECTION 2-PRACTICAL, .- ,
1st Feature luneral of Mr. Davis' father, H. Larry Gibson's "Skylarks. and senior who has contributed most I > L '

:c I K. Davis whose burial was on effort to the school's dramatic SECTION 3-AtpnAISALS, COMPLETEs
r 'fGkR fl1 II I]Friday. Harold Tyus. a member of the group. He also received the J.lacI I
u i I graduating class sang the Senior Four attractive Sophomore waitresses set out to peddle their .'
s Connell Award given by the'opho .
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers were ; song "I'll Be Seeing You." wares (I-r): Donna: Trawick, Gall Andrews, Joalyce Graham, '

,u in Brunswick, Ga. on business Refreshments of punch, sandwiches and Dianne Col!>On. more class to the senior who has WM. P. SILU y ycNo,57FSEC
I ) not been sufficiently recognizefor
Sunday.: and cakes were served ,' .
I his "behind the scene" help i in .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Good of i'throughout the evening by waiters ...,..'' '..'' many student activities.Jan '

Maryland have rented the Kin- and waitresses, members of r', will also and read lUG S. Edgewood Ave., "- EV'!9.0373)

I jcaid upstairs apartment on N. the Sophomore Class.A ... ,, compose
the annual class will at the SeniorBanquet i
Walnut street. twenty-minute floor show was .H. : ;
i" and Spring Formal, and 'Jacksonville Fla..
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand presented by .the;; ante, students u. '
one of four seniors
son, Tommy, visited relativesin cf, Miss Patty Harrod. '-c cR ci cr has receiving '" > .. --,
,. 1-: special Student Council awards. .,: '"
Lake City on Sunday. .
d "
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r.K. i Mrs. G. I... Chapman has returned :;; _: -::::::-==
to her home in Lake City M-Sgt. Bob Long of Columbus
I caa Ga. spent several days last week
after two .
w weeks visit with Mr. D EH MARK'S:
Z4 ZAG OR14AMM and Mrs. R. V. Chapman. with his parents, Mr,. and Mrs. ,
$ F. C.: Long at the State Farm, and
Mlbfl1lU i George Flynn Jr. will be added
Mr. and Gene Long in
:o the prescription staff at
2nd. Feature Starke.
:[{och' Drug Store starting Sat-
r Extra Bobbin save time-Stock tC1L
1 urday.
an with Singer Bobbins at Denmark -
5o FT. NIGH GIANT Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reddish, Jr. '
: Furniture Co. tf
IH A TERROR 1ldtOl and family of Lake
Kingsley have
*v: any
Mrs. N. B. Rosier and son. Bill, If
moved to 210 E. Adkins streetSFc
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. T.
and Mrs. A. W. Chapman Ritch in Hialeah for two weeks. { i

and daughters are home on 30 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman : 2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY &SATURDAY 2 DAYS ONLY

days: leave visiting their parents, will attend the Rotary International -, .: 'IIr < c
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tanner in S,.rt
Convention in Miami starting '
-% 9 X 12 AND LON
Starke NEW
and Mrs. G. L. Chapmann Sunday. i .. i -
llilii e r'
i. : Lake City after 2'/a years inschaftenburg .
Mrs. China Faulkner is a medical fI' -
: 1 i
patient in Doctors Hospital.Mrs. '
Mrs. A. G. Loudon, Jr. and R. W. Underill and children t t. ,
Z children were in Marion, Ala. of Orlando are visiting her ti '. '

Wednesday to Monday visiting ,parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon- ,"M.Jl. fjJ'- i LARGE VARIETY OF 95 e, _

Mrs. Loudon's mother Mrs. M. W. ,crief, for several weeks. PATTERNS TO CHOOSE I + s"I

Thames and .family. Mrs. Jerome Johns underwent As usual, couples getCug their pictures taken formed one FROM I ,

Bibles Billfolds, Stationery, surgery! last Thursday in St. Vinent's of the highlights of the prom. Charles :Torode and Glenda ,
3rd FeatureFrankenstein Napkins! hand stamped in ,
Hospital. She is getting along Brown are seen above being brought into focus by photographer 4 j y
I at Bnl ington's. HEG. & TWO
11.95 $11.93
well be ', .
II as as can expected. Roscoe Bullington. ]
Mr. and Mrs Frank Weaver of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescott of DAYS .
Wuliston =
I r rt
were Sunday visitors of I -
Tampa were overnight guests .
I, Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Monday of Sen. and Mrs. Charley Mrs. A. E. McKinney and son. The Gilt that keeps on giving ONLY t :'t
Palmer Williams was confined Everett, attended the funeral of .- _
John. Silver
\Dr.! Graduation Portrait Harvest Price .
at Bulla
1970 : Tuesday to for -
Friday a checkup. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Dent returned sister-in-law Mrs. I. B. Dmk : '
I in Bradford County Hospital last Sunday from a week's"isit S, in Bushnell on Wednesday.Inton So

Starring Boris Karloff Mrs: J. G. Caldwell attendedthe _
with Mr. Dent, Sr. who suffered -
May meeting of the Central two heart attacks. Mr. Dent '
Carton: Nonsense Newsrecl! Florida Chapter of the National Sr. is greatly improved. (OTHER 9X12 :

Executive! Housekeepers Association :Mrs :Mattie Gahagan left Wednesday 95

SUN, MON.\ & TUES. Tuesday evening at the for Bluff ton. S. C. to attend TO MY MANY FRIENDS.s; _

Teaching Hospital of the University the graduation of her grand l LINOLEUM.RUOIS J (

May\ 29,3QS31 of Florida. After the meeting son Jack Gahagan. Mrs. Gahagan
BOTH e .
i the members and guests enjoyed a will spend three '-wrecks with M r. b _
|conducted: tour of the J. Hillis 2 DAYS ONLY
r and Mrs. R. E. Gahagran. Jr. i .,
Y iHWW"'ASp-a".t: ". ..... !Miller Health Center. fend iIi
Bluffton kith IN
relatives BRADFORD
.. :
'''' j Mr.
and Mrs. Lonnie '
Harley re- Hardeeville, S. C. and Savannah,
; i1
l"l"M N FROM Y qKa. i turned last week !from a ten day I Ga. Silver Harvest PriceWE .t

;visit with Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley I Miss Frances'Landrum will arrive i .

t A., THE HIlL I at St. Albens and Kingwood W, i home Friday from Florida- wish to say that I am deeply 'and humb,grateful .'

RI Ilit91M! aEkh R PARKER :|Va. I I Southern College for the 'snmm '.
*scot STuscOI3. ;> Hallmark' Graduation Cards -;: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli t for the splendid vote and, support you gave me at.the ALSO STOCK THE FABULOUS "SAN- !

l his is ,one of the !'"VThen you tare enough to send!'and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman DRA N" VINYL PLASTIC _
1 the very best"-At Bollincton's. II'were in Gainesville Sunday to polls<< on Tuesday in my race.for Sheriff; of Bradford FLOOR COVERING

GREAT MOTION [ Mrs. O. L. Haynes, sr. left last celebrate the sixth birthday anniversary County. Without your encouragement' and support, IN BOTH 9' and 121 WIDTHS.

;Friday; for an extended visit with |i i 'of their granddaughter,

Pictures. I her son-ia-taw and daughter Mjr.i 1 Linda. at the home of Mr. and, the fine showing we made Tuesday would not have Come in and bee the man beautiful pattern
!and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan In War- Mrs. Robert Stefanelli.
When you talk about the ren, Va. been possible.
GREAT ONES will talk Mrs! Iva. Smith of Gainesville ,, ."
you Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez i was "the Tuesday etenmg dinner

about this one. visited .Mr' and Mrs j, A. Mart- guest of Mrs. Effie Johns. I will always remember and cherish in my heart the SEE US "

' From znez in Mandarin on Sunday. jir. and Mrs. George Huggins
pages of the ri hand
earthy novel Mrs. A. E. McKinney and son and family attended the 100th kindnesses 'and many courtesies you showed me whenI

Evere'tt. were in Miami on business FOR YOUR CARPET NEEDS
I :anniversary and box lunch at the was seeking ,election. ; .
Cartoon: Trees A Croud and pleasure over the week- SpringhlH Methodist Church near '" '

end.Mrs. Alachua on Sunday.Homecoming. I love Bradford County and I want us to have nothingbut We have the 'Mohawk and, Monarch Lines and can furnish '
I J. P. North of Macclenny
WED THURS. & FRI. all needs!
I''asisittng: Mrs. George Huggins i ii Set the best in law enforcement. ", '
June 1, 2 & 3 last Wednesday. j I( .. r. "
i oF. ,
i Thank each and one of : '
i At Evergreen every youand may:God. bless
; Purchase any model of Store 1! .
It's A
Fact You
Pretty Boy Floyd'i i I Sewing Machine at Denmark | you all. Can Do Better At" .
i 'Evergreen Baptist Church will
; Furniture Co. "I hold its annual I DENMARK
.: homecoming on : FURNITURE '
Starring: John Ericson and ;i Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson went. Sunday June 5. Rev. McGee of YOURS -SINCERELY Y. COMPANY
|I tr! Mars Hill. N. C. _
on Wednesday r
Newman ]
Barry { Jacksonville will preach the homecoming

l ju I: > get their son Bud. from Mars sermon and a basket dinner '' OF ) ,;"!, ,, ,, .
> College for the STARLING STARKE >
He had the Deadly Grace of summer vaca- will be served at 1 p.m. The i -
a Born Killer :i tion. ,Others, returning from there I pastor, Rev. J. E. Norman extends -I .... I ,
i this! weekend. are David Canova? cordial invitation to 434.446 West Call St.
a Phone 4-4321
i WO
every .
Cartoon: Backwoods Bunny 'i f nary Hildebran, and John Mack k one to attend. (Pd. Pot Adv.) .Starke, Florid
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M_::11. I 11 .. -, 1 ..- .b.- ... Rehearsal Supper t ""{: "' "r: Starke ElementaryFirst (Mrs. Lucian F.) Thomas was
or t.'t.. J1 | ,
Adams \Wins runner-up here with 382. lira.
t o- f.y ,
{ For Denmark-: ,, Graders Ccx swept info office on a statewide -

,4, Alderman PartyMr. '1'o Register June 3 I I basis with a 10,000 lead overstate
"L. Mrs. Rose
I, : i Secretary Post I II runner-up. Polly
and Mrs..J. E. :Thomas of L4 i Registration for pupils enter, Balfe of Homestead.In .

t Crescent City and Mr. and Mrs.S. i irg the first grade .Starke Elementary I i the National: Committeemanrace

G. Denmark of Starke were i School next year will be i Tt was, a big da r "for North iI Bradford gave: 681 'VOtes to

tiltdya MootyBettie I IJ hosts last Friday: evening. May 20 held Friday, June 3, from 9 a.m. I Florida candidates at the polls on j Bob Johnson, and fil to Roy C.

at the Red Barn in Lake City at lentil 3 p.m. .at the elementary I Tuesday. j Jones. Incumbent committeeman
;x--, a-rehearsal supper for the Den- 1 school office. Principal P. T Nolin I In addition to the Governor and i James M. (Jimmy) ),{'1Iigan of

j ; mark-Alderman announced Commissioner of Agriculture, a'j j Orlando
'wedding party this week. was third high in Brad-

j. Epergnettes filled with white To enter, a child required to j I North. Florida resident Tom. I ford with S63.Statewide. .

chrysanthemums, white gladioli be six years old on or before Dec. :j, Adams of neighboring day County !i
and leather leaf fern graced the 31, 1960. Every parent must sub- -was elected Secretary of State i Johnson! of Jackson-

buffet andshaped tables. Mrs. mit the child's birth certificate at, tc succeed retiring Robert-- A. iI j ville was thr: winner.

Jack Smith niece of the groom the time of registration. If the!I Gra>'- '> I i ii --.-

served punch from a silver bowlas parents do not have a birth certificate -i Statewide, Adams: received 414-

srot the guests arrived. Flag Presented To HospitalA for the child! they should : 210 votes (incomplete) to 299.150 J-'r{ 1

: The 35 guests enjoying the affair apply for one, now and get it to, for his Dade County opponent, 1

IIIIt r included members .of the the school.office by Aug. 15 Nolin Jess Yar1>roUgh.

wedding party, out-of-town' relatives new flag was presented to Bradford County Hospital last '[ Bradford voters looked with''

and friends- r said.Every favor on Adams, giving him 2964 ; WITH THIS GAS.YhU
e Friday by American Legion Post 56 as a part of its annual child registering should j j ,

Y: Armed Forces Day observance Pictured at presentation are complete all immunizations for' to 572 for Yarborough. in the JI ] TO YOUR DELIGHT

i New Officers ((1-r): R. E. Ednundson, hospital administrator; Seeher D. communicable disease during the;>I I Second Primary. CAM HAVE HOT WATER
i J including booster shots, II $II I ,
PaTty Offict'S.
summer |[I
Goodm m'Prn.t 56 Commander Harry H. Rabb, District Commander DAYAMDWI6HTAMBER
: 1I Are Installed and during August every beginning I I In Tuesday party races, Bradford ,,
I ; A. J. Thomas Jr., Past Department Commander; and #
pupil should have a thorough i iphysical i voters marked-only 1035 gal,
4 ,By Garden ClubSt. A. L. Crosby Jr., Northern Area Vice Commander. i
examination Noun said I j i lots in favor of the slate of delegates -,

4 tT I pledged to Sen. George A. '
Mark's Parish House was UDC Members Prevatt-\Villiams 71 I p 41v
guy with arrangements' garden I I confined to her home. We are! Smathers. as a "favorite son" '

flowers cat pring' out the theme of Plan LuncheonThe Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prevail of grateful for everything you did I]I candidate for President. Sending'!

"How Did Your Garden Grow" to bring comfort and cheer to I j delt'gntes'pledged to Smathers
W. T. Weeks Chapter U. I Islamorada and Starke. announce was designed by party leaders asa
for the' Club's buffet
1I Garden sup- '
= > t: per and installation meeting D. C. will hold its last meetingof I.the marriage of their daughter her.Our hearts have been touched I, move to give Florida more;'
Jacqueline Edna to Lemuel S. bargaining at the forthcoming ;
Monday evening. the season on Wednesday, and blessed by your many kind'deeds [ power
11tr Mrs. J. N. Hopkins out-going June 1 with a covered dish lunch- Williams; Jr., son of Rev. and when the Silent Reaper/ ,national convention. After j
Mrs. L. S. Williams of Starke.
4 president= heard committee reports I eon' at the home of Mrs. F. B. took her from us and our sorrow the first or second ballot, the I
The marriage was solemnizedby Smathers delegates will free I .
I be -- -- -
and Mrs. R. F. Beard, Lake. Luncheonwill seemed than could
Young gavea Kingsley Rev. E. P. Mayton of Raiford. more we bear.
report on the,Flower Show held be. served ,at 12 noon but Tuesday .night. May 17, 'at 7:30 Please accept our'sincere thanks j to support the candidate of their I)\
over the weekend.. for the nice cards, the beautiful)
members wishing to swim 'maygo o'riock in the Church of God
Mrs. R. S. Mullins installed the Starke. Wd j'al arrangements, the gifts| For National committeewoman; "

following slate of officers for the between 10 and 12. of food, every visit* and all other Bradford gave its nod to :Mrs. J. ,

coming year: president, Mrs. .expressions of your love and I O'Neal (Mary) Cox of Gainesville -

'. ; Smith DeVoe; first vice-president, Altar Society I Recent Births sympathy. We pray that the with 546 votes. Janet B.

Mrs.. M. F. Hazen; second -vicepresident. I Heavenly Father will richly bless i
h v2 j Mr., and Mrs. William Adamsof
Miss Dorothy Ross; St. Edward's Altar Society will i each of '
i], Starke announce the birth, ofa you.Gratefully Cash paid for good:: clean cot-
third vice president Mrs. P. T. meet Thursday evening, May 26,' yours: Sam White-
son, Jesse Stephen, on May 21 ton rags. No Khaki or wool.
Nolin; recording secretary. Mrs. I: head, Lydia Johns, Julia Johns
at 8 o'clock in the parish hall: ;' in Bradford County Hospital. Bring to Bradford County Tele-
Paul Raymond; corresponding Linnie Faulkner. I
secretary MrsFrazier' Shaw and t .

treasurer Mrs. Harry Mooty. -


Sue Alderman Weds Dr. E. Denmark
J. Mrs. E. M. Davis I

,.l Ih Lake' City Methodist Church SaturdayAt To Present, Pupils' SERVICE MEN &* The Bradford

In Recital 2 _
a beautiful wedding ceremony with a four-tiered wedding cake Qua. y

last Saturday afternoon at topped with a miniature bride i al __ .
:Mrs. E. M. Davis will presenther
5' o'clock in the First Methodist .aud groom. Frosted yellow can- ml ns
Church'of Lake City Miss Bettie dles decorated with white'shasta piano pupils in a recital on ir w
Sue Alderman of Lake City beanie daisies" enhanced the 'table.. Arrangements Thursday evening, June 2, ,at &\ County Telegraph
o'clock in the First Baptist
.!the bride of Dr. John ,Ed- oft.white shasta daisies -
Church. The, invited to
u'drd Denmark of Starke. The were used throughout the attend. public'is I .
bribeIs the daughter of Mrs. KieAlderman home.

of Wildwood. Dr. Den- Miss' Shirley Colloer of Jacksonville Those appearing on the programare ..

niark! ls the son of Mrs. P.,6: : and Mrs. Theda Dyess of : Frankie Hardy Peggy Yan-! 'V44 .,,, ...'.
and David
cey Mary Louise ";;;>;
Denmark and the late Mr. Den- q
Wildwood' and served the I ; -'"- .
markrI ,of Starke. Chaplain James wedding cake. Mrs. Thomas OrifLtts Haines Janet and Jayne Hardy .' /. ... '
: Melody Cuttino, Donna Patray, .-
Burns, officiating at the ceremony i ; '
was head of the receiving ,
Susan Wiggins, Stephen Smith, Y. O'HARA : Ji..; : ; ,_
was assisted by Rev. W. R.
Une.!' Mr F. D. Searcey and Lt. '
Bolind.The', l Odessa Thomas of Jacksonvillekept Jerry Dempsey, Harold 1 i invites to tk ? ,
Gilda Graham, Dee AndreWS'1 %tJA Airman William E.O'Hara, you see ,
altar was decorated with the bride's book. Assisting,in
rilyn Barry, Janice I I son of Edgar J. O'Hara was se-
pedestal I baskets of:white gladioli
serving were Misses Alice Melber Ritch Jacqueline Arnold Sally'' fleeted to .attend the technical ''a GRAY
$d chrysanthemums against, a K'athryn'Rivers", Nell DaVant, Michael Jltf training course for Armament the all-new
Ann Epperson"' Sheppard,
background of palms and fern and Freddie Ann Stevens of Lake
Carol Searing Beth and Dorothy (I Systems and Gunner Training at
and;lighted candelabras. City Mrs. Sam Keen. Mrs. Gene Mixon. :Lowry AFB Colorado'
SAS:;the guests assembled Mrs. Montpetit Mrs. Doris Roberts s 4

Oeneya .Hoffman organist ren Mrs. Albert Levings, Mrs. Rick ., '- I IC Burroughs

dered nuptial music 'and, accom- Rirwleigh., Mrs Martha Roselle,.i Koch Employees t
panied' Mrs... Norvilla Germany i
I all of Lake City,
soloist who sang "Because". "Oh .After spending some time with Give Buffet SuppeV zs
Me and "The Lord'sPrayer
their guests, the couple left on a Simmonses
." For Airmail 3-c W. E. Lawson Jr.Sonnylhas BLUE
two weeks wedding trip to South
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brother.&. Q. Denmark while served ushers his Florida after ,which they will Employees of.Koch's Drug Store ,school diploma received from the'his U. S-high Air M
as' best
man. make their home at 1021' Pratt entertained at a lovely going- Force: Malmstrom ELECTRIC
J. Mc- Mont. His parents -
tfeV'Warren! ': Winkler, O.
street Starke. The bride chose buffet for Mr. and ,
supper Mr and
away Mrs. W. E. LawsonSr.
0ilff Jr. Joseph Valinskt of
SErkg;. and John Anderson of for traveling' a Navy blue silk Mrs. Steve Simmons on Sunday ., received word last week of _4;

thantung suit with .white acces- evening, at the Garden Restau- :his enrollment for college coursesin
Copoa:; sories and a white orchid corsage. radio and television. His address : ADDING
Miss Kate Alderman of Jacksonville attending rant.The
attended her sister as Those from Starke staff presented 1r.1:. and I( is:' A3c William E. LawsonJr.
the wedding and reception were with ., AF24653238. 4061 St. .
in Mrs. Simmons an appropriate Supply
maid of honor. She was attired '
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox, .Mr. as memento of the :Sq., tlalmstrom AFB Montana. .
an\original gown of, white silk &ud Mrs. Jimmy McRae Mrs. personal occasion.gift a MACHINE I
over of starched -
organza worn layers Lloyd Jennings, Mrs: W.- B. Parks -
;net and taffeta. Her fitted The 18 attending the affair included -
and Mrs. Russell McRae Mr.
bodice featured a round neckline the husbands.and wives of Three Starke Airmen have
and Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mr.
acid=elbow length sleeves. A wide and Mrs. J. H. Valinskl..Mr. and the staff aWomen's I completed their initial courses at TEMPLE Here's the latest t for the modern office
lace panel ended in a cummerbund Lackland Air Force Base in Texas
Mrs. O. J. McGriff. Jr.. Mr. and
( [crushed]. Her skirt was Mrs. S. G. Denmark and daughter and have been selected to attend Airman Leaman A. Temple son .:.the light compact, all electric

baiierfna length. She wore'yellow Joyce and Mr. and Mrs. John Council technical training courses at of Mrs. Doris C. Ottinger will Burroughs Ten Key with new BalanceTouca

r&Un slippers and a yellow whim- Anderson of Cocoa, former Starke Makes VBSTlahs other bases. enroll. In the technical training

iie, J iivher; h ir. Her'flowers were residents. course for Photographic Repair- In striking/ /
Iv, as ade'bOuquet of yellow car- Circle 3 of the Women's Council men at Lowry AFB Colorado.

na lons.: of the First. Christian Church Libby and O'Hara attended TODAY!' '
'Miss Cynthia Alderman daugh- Bradford High School before en-
Piano StudentsOf met Thursday night, May 19, at ; CAPRI C02AIA,
te'rXiMr-: Mrs. W. M. Alder- the home of Mrs. E. A. Winkler. 1 C tering. the Air, Force while Temple -

ttim of, Wildwood niece of the MisSJ Stern Mrs. Louise Newman gave,the devotional attended Georgia Military .

bride, served as flower girl. She To Be PresentedThe and the business meet- Academy. ONLY $199 PLUS TAX
wore white organdy with fitted ing was conducted by the leader : I Upon completion of their spe- r '

bodice and full skirt accented piano students of Miss Mrs. Wesley Andrews. Plans were cial training the Airmen will be ,, ,.- -T.

With them stitching and lace. A Louise Stern will'present their made for Vacation Bible School. assigned to operational units of V .
yellow satin sash and yellow satin the USAF Aerospace Force.
Spring Recital at 8 p.m. Wednes- The contest closed giving Mrs. ,
x y k- LJ L\;
head piece decorated with yellow day, June 1. In the BHS audi- Winkler' the leading number. A ; The Telegraph Takes Pridein
carnations: were also featured. Stewart N. Jones NAAS
torium. The public In invited. covered dish supper I will be en-
he:lovely bride given in marriage The following students will take joyed by members of Circle 3 on : i Brown's Field, Chula Vista, Calif.,
,by her brother. Kay Alder- ,S, has been promoted to Petty Of- announcingthat .
Archie Thomas, June 16 in recreation : .
part: Nancy Gay .the room t a ; > .
raan',of Wildwood chose for herfielding at the church.Refreshments. e ficer 3-c in the U. S. Navy. He is
Linda Futch Judy Whitehead
a frosty white gown of Linda Russ Marilyn Bollinger, were served at 1 the son of Mr. and Mrs: Nelson we are now franchised dealers for the
Imported: Chantilly lace over E. Jones and formerly lived at
Patricia Griffis, Evelyn Sinclair the close of the meeting.Hamburger g
shimmering taffeta. The delicate Barbara Masters Martha Boll- >p- Silver Lake. In announcing the famous Burroughs line of Adding Machines --
}ly-molded' bodice'featured a mandarin promotion, the commanding officer -
_ < neckline adorned with anger Byron Terwfflegar San- Fry said that very few men make
ara Register, J. Roy Chasteen manual or electric -- full keyboard or fen-key.
pearls] and iridescent paillettes. Frances Ford, David SUcox, Joyce For Senior GroupMrs 3rd class in only 16 months.
Loju.tapered sleeves,:endedaIn Airman Charles R. (Bobby) Lib-
Denmark, Gregory' Alvarez Betty
JJJjM points at the writsl The Ann Register Steve Denmark; Leola Roberts. Mrs Ewell by: son Mr. and Mi* L. L. Libby THE RIGHT POINT for the It's"Hie latest!

waistline was encircled withjeweled Lawson Rev. J. H.. Mabry. and be write. Come in and select
Joann Scott, Rose Marie Starling will enrolled in Utilities way you .
appliqued 'lace flowers, Lorraine Priest, Romesa Dodd Mrs.: E. E. Tanner entertained ata Maintenance Training at Shep- your favorite ESTERBROOK

v&chl dipped into a voluminous Elaine Harley :Mary Bollinger hamburger fry and swimming ]pard AFB in Texas ,Fountain Pen. TELEGRAI'IL ONLY.ig3plus
floor length skirt. Her finger tip I '
Janice Vickers,Jackie Bales, Kay party Monday afternoon for the ,. ,
veil was made by Mrs Allan Wat- Hart, Carolyn Vickers, and John BHS seniors of the Madison I -- ,-::."=':"' -=-:;_ tax
sou; 'of WUdwood, a friend of the Street Baptist Church.The party

bride.",It featured Illusion bordered Dodd. was held at the Logan Gay cot- I .

.in..matching Chantilly lace ap- Ushers will:,be Jane. Adams, tage on Kingsley Lake. VM& 154L
p'Jqued. It was attached to a Linda Green, Geraldine Gay, and The honored seniors were Per-

oaeerfs' crown of pearls. She car- Barry Firth. man Roberts, Jimmy-Lawson, Hil- "

I ted.a) cascade bouquet of calla ma and Harvey Tanner. Travis '

lilies and stephanotis. Wood Janice Chesser and 'Janet All Burroughs Adding "
Mrs? Alderman chose for her Drew Reddishes, -t Johnson. Eighteen guests enjoyedthe [ SERVICE .

d& gh er's wedding a mauve rose Hosts At Party affair.Attend. Machines Unconditionally ,
lace town worn with matching
- pink flowered hat and black patent' .:Mr and Mrs Drew Reddish DedicationOf ITS BEST The New Guaranteed For One Full
accessories. She wore a cor- I
entertained_ victory party'on .
sageof two white cymbidium I New GreenhouseMrs. .
orchids. Tuesday evening honoring THRIFTLINE Year! .
Sheriff: 'T\ D. Reddish. .
Mrs; Denmark mother of the "
; Smith DeVoe president of
Spring flowers were used to
grooms; ] wore powder blue lace and in the Red :the Starke Garden Club.. Mrs. M. I ADDING MACHINES
advantage decorating
flowered Nn sc t..! O
t blue hat complemented B. Jordan and Mrs. Jessie Young
dish for'
home on Searing HnaSlBisrCnjcsW .
white and a e '
With :attended the greenhouse dedica-
corsage of two cymbidium white the occasion. I Finn program'at"the Florida State.| COME IN AND SEE U-TaDnl! -

orchids.A'reception. Sherbert punch: and cake were :Prison Monday- afternoon: j

; was held at the enjoyed by the 40 guests during' :The greenhouse was dedicatedby 'Free Service For First Twelve Months!
the evening. '
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
home': members of the Florida Federation -

Js'me i Johnson Sr. The bride's Mrs Reddish"was assisted by of Garden ,Clubs for the, TERMS TO RATED FIRMS
Fred Snell in
set with white organdy St"rvi"I
table was I prison's garden therapy projects.I
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8y Sam McGarvcy, '" JEW E :
Needed A New Track

Anyone who attended the All Sports Banquetlast ness of the season,, when the crop Y WATCHES !

Friday night could hot help being impressed tame in. S. izy r : :? SERVIC

with the record that Bradford High athletes are One of our visitors this week % All Wnik I

making in the lesser publicized sports, as wellas was one of Nature's most perfect A. C. !

in football.. .reaticns, the amazing ruby- I 1 142 W. ,!
throated hummingbird. It made : I
In track, particularly, the school can take Starke, 1
the rounds of all the red-colored
pride in its achievements over the past few years. A \\hile ago when it was so flowers and then buzzed off. 1I \

The Bradford thiriclads won the, Keystone Con- net. around here you certainly looking for all the world to the Fla.'l.I V
ference three years straight; won the* P. K. 1 wculdn t have given much for an casual: eye like an over-grown r SALES 4kIi-

Yonge Invitational during the same three-year iirigation: outfit but now it is meth.'S. I I II Ii I

period won the District Tournament this year; liot I' and dry. and the growers who avv I i MMn..ee. SERVICE
and placed eighth in the :state among Class A I can put on the water are doingIt. See where they are having a WI? ; I ws
schools. Like N. G. Hayes over at Craw Hunt over in Suwannee I
Brooker, who has the biggest County with offered tor
prizes "i loon from S
What makes this record! especially impressiveis got a I
which will Irritate -Only RCATViCTOR RFCUIr
system we've seen the highest number'9t kills KU Ihtm yournff, _
the fact that Bradford, trackmen have'over- a big field all at one set- tide we ever hunted ciows'was We pan help you to meet presstag .-ith Arab
come odds of very poor'facilities in establishing ting. UP in Sussex County, Jersey and! obligations with quick, low-cott STEBEOA RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON
tljis} outstanding record df achievement. an we got was tired feet and a loans on cars, furniture or other SAY J100 or mor.. SALES REPAIRS 4-S9O1 ALL MAKES
Beans and squash plentifulnow feeling that the crow was a big- mvm ---------
Chief handicap is the' absence at the schoolof suitable collateral. to plontt. ? ------------
but in some sections grow2M Mouth and a real pest but still I Tare proWctien. Get
air adequate track for the athletes to run on. 'J"f Umbw Yard.
have ha'd trouble lining up smaller than a barnful of owls. I SHEPHERD9\ .
WitH the present set-up they must run' throughthe pickers. The first cuJtes'should be S. Starke

football field', make"softball'sharp turn after run- about now, pepper is coming fast Now that the election is over 219 E. I INMAN_D._GREEN-OWNER,. .. 412 E. CALL STAKE
ping through the diamond, come back and the red Irish potatoes over with we are back to normal again Starke,
through the baseball infield, and end up in the in the Brooker section are about and the politicians in office 1 -

middle of the football field again. Sounds more ready to dig. will be busy trying to remember ill
like a cross-country course:, than a track, doesn'tit SS some of the things they
? 1._! See where the prices on hogs promised. t t
this' week t t
little ot
wont up a more
The Booster Club, which has accomplished so
while quotations on cattle and
nfuch( for tne nigh, scnooi athletic program, including broilers stayed about the same.N The little rain frog on our
front window is going : Sam
an, electric tootba l Scoreboard, intends !). 1 hogs brought from $15.75to crazy .
waters the yard and the frog ...
to do something about this track situation and $16.00; stocker calves $20 to starts peeping that it's going to "

it.-is' hoped that the. community will support the $24. S. ram. Off goes the faucet,, and'
t1q1 's efforts in this important project. The new poor little frog gets terribly confused _
Took a day off this week and but cosis
president, Bobby McRae, is enthusiastic over the wtnt down to Horseshoe the wondering just what happened r.. money
,and invites assistance from to that nice little shower
prospects any source. well-known fishing base and saw
that disappeared.
The: Bradford track te m is losing only two sections of state that were justas

members by graduation this year, and prospectsnever wild as when the Indians were Barbara Bates
seemed better for capturing the state title there. Sam got bug-eyed lookingfor

next year. A new track would help those chances plants and shrubs to take Wins FSU Honors.In'
home, and those he spotted
immensely-and all of us,can help in at least a among A
were a wild pink rose a mulberry the Student Government .
small way to make it possible. '
tI seedling and a little
. elections at FSU last week. Miss
yellor flower. Barbara Bates 1959 graduate of
Road To NowhereThe 'S.
BUS was elected to the FSU
But speaking of roses this Jjdiciary. to be one of three girls
Baker County Press voices our sentiments week Alice's Confederate rose representing the Sophomore Class 'Lifetime earnings for the average college graduate ,

qlso when it states that the eastern portion of bloomed for the first time, so it next year.Barbara. are more than a quarter of a million dollars.

State Road 228, better known as the Macclennyto looks like ,we've been accepted at is now serving as vice -t.. : "For 56 representative colleges, fixed costs vary
Maxville\ road, is "a disgrace to Duval County." lost as sure-enough I. Crackers. president of her freshman dorm # between$600 and$2.300-with additional expenses

This road is also of great importance to :Starke: Qilchrist Hall. She, is also servingas 0 -- ,
While on the go-round a 200- secretary of the Gilchrist : perhaps S500 more. .
and Bradford County because it will be an important .- '
nile trip which took us througnall : '
member of ;
House is
feeder into U. :S.: 301, when and if it is the nearby Gulf counties we Freshman'Council Flunkies a the, freshman can't best foot forward .. ***Saving systematically at our bank now can at least "-
You put your
completed., noticed: that the crops are suffering service and leadership organization -: with holes in soles- ,"':- help to assure the necessary funds when your
Not,only dot the Ducal Commissioners show no ; badly from a lack of rain. a member of the Tallyho your youngster teaches college age. Start next payday.
inclination to get this cut-off completed, but Saw a lot of of poor com and tobacco yearbook staff and 'a member of thin soles are dangerous, too. I

as the Press points out, they also neglect to do and the watermelons we lhe Catholic Student Club. Check your shoes today for thin ,
sa or were ll.IJnd. had only small She holds appointive office heels.
any maintenance work, on the road which, at an soles-run-over
fruit for this time of the year. FLORIDA
ui her sorority, Kappa Delta, and
present, is in a deplorable condition. The Baker r
was recently tapped by Sopho- .. .. __
County paper, describes it thus: While Sam was trying to identify : :
Council for membership into -
"There are tidies in the road that could cause a mulberry seedling, Mrs. more the Sophomore honorary. .:..._ U..A l 1 H K _:1 --.stIR K E ,_ _._ :_:

enough damage to a car running into one of Thornton Hartley' (the former Barbara latest honor came ONE OF 21 TANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL OROU.MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COUP.
them that a major repair bill would be necess ry. Joan Sweeney of Hamptonl said last Thursday night when she *.: *
The sand'has piled so high In the center of/the there once was a great big mul- vas elected vice. president of her r

>ipad that it as dangerous for low-slung, moderncars beiry"over. in her old Jiome town" upper classman's dormitory.. Magnolia .
< : but that it'had been' cut down? - .. .. .
Hall for next year --- t
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to travel' along it. In rainy weather there is > .
always danger of getting stuck, so persons en- Felt like old times for us the
route from Macclenny\ to Maxville usually take past week to be putting berries
the long around. up for the freezer. Alice made r
way you write. Come ii\. and, se- Your
"The of this road is not some jam and while she was cri- Sheriff.i '
history : only a disgrace lect your favorite ESTERBROO.K;; -
tical of it. it didn't get at a
to Duval County but to the state. The pavingwas Fountain Pen, TELEGRAPH,
thick enough, Sam said nothing COURTSHOE .1.
half-completed under the administration of "
as he had his big fat mouth full
Charley Johns, when Gov. Leroy Collins took over oi it. .-fete" .t-. :
Cash paid, for good, clean, cot- REPAIR .
and ordered the project halted. Since that timeit .5.
ton No Khaki wooL
has often been described as the road that leads Berries about gone now and bung rags W Bradford County or Tele- (Opposite Court House) 'y. 1). '
from what we've heard the
nowhere. growers -
graph. 126 North Court St.
"Baker County has maintained its portion of did' well considering the late- .- '

the road and is ready and willing to work with
Duval County to get the entire route paved, which ; -.f- zZ

would be of great benefit to' citizens in that area ;;;
traveling to Jacksonville or Starke. Bat Duval

County has continually rejected pleas by our The People of Bradford
commissioners. There aren't ': County ,', .
county very many : iiz
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votes in their neighborhood." ; : ': s :\ ...", -. Z \.
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This would be another good project for the <
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road committee of the Starke-Bradford County .1 Will Be Hosts :. ,;T ;."

Chamber of Commerce to get behind, as well as ... : : .. SAYS ,. ." ,
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continued promotion the four-laning of U. S. .. :' .,- ..; ."' h "> "
301 from Baldwin: to1 MaxVHle.\ c T at aHONORING .
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Before many months now, there will be a new ,.. .:""t.;. It is with humble heart that I tak'e this
administration in Tallahassee and a chance to means of ex-

pull this project out of the pigeon hole. Plans BASKET DINNER ? pressing to you good people of Bradford County
should be made now to swing into action as soon my

as that time arrives.Everybody "JI ; deepest and sincerest
appreciation for the support you

Suffers gave in .re-electing me to another term as your Sheriffof

Certain incidents that occurred in Bradford' Bradford County.

County before the Second Primary' smacked far .
too strongly of melodramatics seen on blood-and- DOYLE CONNER'Commissioner
thuuder television programs, or legendary tales : The confidence you have shown in me and my admini-

of 'political shenanigans perpetrated during the ,

early, unpolished days of Bradford and Union of Agriculture-Elect stration will always remain with me as an inspirationto

Counties. :..
Without trying to fix blame for this state of >'', ,tJ r.' give you the best that is in me, and the high. type of

affairs, suffice it to say that such a condition Sheriff's office that ..
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you so richly deserve.
does no one any good-neither the one who startsit AT THE .
nor the one who finishes it, nor the communityas *

a whole, which is presented in an unfavorable I
light before the rest of the state. Bradford,County .. assure you. that you are all my friends, whether' you

has had enough unfavorable, publicity throughthe FOOTBALL STADIUMWEDNESDAY .. voted for me or for my opponent-and- I want to' -
years without adding any unnecessary black continue

marks at this late date. to be the Sheriff for

It is ironical that those who employ such tactics : JUKE 1--5 TO 7:30: P. M. All Bradford County, just as

more ,often than not defeat their own purpose.In ; I have been in the past. I hold nothing but goad will
case after case- such tactics have backfired,

Alienating votes, rattier than gaining them, and for everyone, and ask your continued support and cooperation

helping the very person they were designed to There will be out-of-county guests so all Bradford -:
@urt. ,during another term as Sheriff of your county.

Perhaps some day we'll learn this lesson. citizens asked to and basket" : '
Let's are come bring a ,-.:-' ; .. .
hope it will be before tHe next election time in My family joins me in thanking you. for.all 1 favors, past.,

Bradford 'County. enough for your family and a guest. Thank ::; ; ',

*iV ." :., present, and future.. I am -* '.' "-

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tI *4PK rrBunero THE OLDEST aim WKKKLT CUKTINOOLTCnDtE HlITHEAO.Ra1UAN : x e4re.. County Conner for Commissioner Committee ,- :: :iE: P. D. (Pete) REDDISH$ ', ( '

Eat!i Th,. ..< Eatt'*4 M 1e4 CUM Matter

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Two Periods Swimming Director James Hobbs '.< "' "" : / : I
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states that considering safety > I, BAPTIST cuirncnSchool '
Are Scheduled the maximum number of students w: 'h to than}: ou? rimy
Sunday: a m
}!'or Swim ClassesIn under one teacher is 20"Our rtug II Morning 'Wor'.llur1" a. m. ne friends who 'Cso k n i !a.id. helpful -

faiety record has betn: perfect. We I f l::ui p m. Prayer Meeting each,1 1Wednesday daring oui .oUc. s lo..g illness -
want to keep it that way." Hobbs and at the tira% "f h?t' 1"'t,
order to accommodate the 7:30 p. no Ht01'1" ;\ !i
majority of the students registeredfor !laid "For this reason, some of I[ Chfem pallor. EvervocICh 1! Many of you ministered to her

the instructional swimming :the students will have to come '"\'om F during the long. years the was

classes conducted by the county 'into the program on a staggered eg 8 at _. -,- f i "
>t "w e ai4 .
basis. he added.According Ns
summer program, iwo periods S z"a
daily have been scheduled. The 1 to L. II. Gibson, ti' J JI JI

grille school centers at Brooker. :j Summer Program Coordinator,!I aee NOW!! ;.;Buy a High, Dry Lot

Hampton Lawtey and the South- j each student who has registered
ride Elementary of Starke ate I will be given a written notice to ;
scheduled to participate during ;'take home. The notice will show I I INCORLLOTTA
the first instructional period v complete details of the new sche- !

which will be from 8 to 10 a. m. dule.
The second instructional group The swimming program will
will leave from Staike at 9:30: a. j begin Monday, June 13, and end x l a I
ai. The students in each school"IFiday, August 5.'The program is I
should contact the principal for basically one of providing school

time of departure pickup points, age students with swimming in- CA wLL FOR AS

and time of return. struction. Students must have i 50 x 105 FT. $ 2 7 5 LOW
( Negro students should contact completed: one year of schoolingto ,
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the principals at RJE High be eligible to participate.: Be- LOT AS

i School and Anderson Junior High I gmnins swimmers will be given I ,

School priority. I .lemDf'rS of me BIDS :Track Team- pictured s.rove, h ere I (minimum of 2 lotto owner) V

---- All Event among the honored guests at the first annual ,\11 Sports Ban- was composed of boys who got up j t v '. -
I Sports
rally and ran two miles beloraiccmins 1
I quet held last Friday night in the i igh) school'rafeteria.Front .. : to school each morning. I Located in Corporate Limits of Brooker

row ((1-r): Lawrence. Kfmbler, Lee C gdill, Sam Gardner He said it was spirit like thethat
SHO"VSaturday I ,
I Given In HonorOf Ronald Crawford., Richard Dagger, Jimmy Malone, Charles I enabled the team to come out 25 Minutes to Gainesville .

McLeod, Freeman Register, Tombo Smith, :Marion Cottle and -.n top this year. !

Morning 10:00 A.M. David Ingram. In his talk Coadh Donaldson 20 Minutes to Sperry-Rand .

I i BBS TeamsThis !Second'\ row (I-r): Linwood Walters. Mike Darby DeiVayneMcRae described the three most import-I i 20 Minutes to Starke

AT THE John Adams, Bubba Moody, Stanley Thomas Irwin tint factors in athletics as ; III

i for Martin. William Silcox John McComb Mike Foster and Marshall Christianity; '2)] Hard work; and I Good Highways in All Directions
year .the first time I
I to'
Si j Belief that it is possible
members of all BHS basketball, I starling.Back .
FLORIDA THEATER baseball: and track squads werehonored row (I-r): Rowan Thomas, John Reddish. Billy: Hel- win.A.. N. Holliday president of the ACREAGE ALSO AVAILABLE

'at- a banquet given by 1 sabeckT Larry KIder; ,' Jimmy !Summerlfn'\ Harold"Seymour, Jimmy Booster Club, served' as master ,

the Bradford Booster Club. TheYnt I Smith Billy Howling, BUI .King, Arthur Holliday,,Buster of ceremonies, and Harvey Tan-! SEE OR WRITE H. R. CORL

took place last Friday nightin j, Hughes,. and Franklin Nazworth. (Photo courtesy Gainesville ner brought the invocation.
Sponsored by the Following merchants: the high school cafeteria with j Daily Sun). Bobby McRae was introduced as I
John Donaldson, Rl. 1 Brooker Ph. Brooker 2365
assistant Uni- ,
the president of the club for
1 GEM JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY versity of Florida backfield foot-J The track team was in the Lee Cogdill.. mile run, 4:45: Hat; I next school term. j i

1I'I'' ball coach, as featured speaker. limelight at the banquet due to Lynwood Walters and Irwin :i j
Players'on all teams were introduced its fine record during the season Martin, pole vault [tiel] 12 ft., 3 I
BROTHERS TV SERVICE and their captains given just closed when it won the Keystone 1-4 in.; Sam Gardner, Shot

Gulf Service Station CHARLEY JOHNS special recognition: Ginger :; Conference title, the Dis- 18 ft., 6 in.; and discus 136 put'l
Tnornton. captain girls basket- trict title, and the P. K. Yonge n.; Harold Seymour high j P'1 P ble
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS INSURANCE AGENCY i' tall; Dicky Dixon captain boys Invitational meet. This is the I 16 It.. 2 3-4 im i ort Typewriter
varsity basketball; Harvey Tanner third year that the BHS thinclads 880 Relay Team-Marion Cot-:
+ SIMMONS KOCH captain baseball; and Lee have won the conference and the tie Jimmy Malone, Tom Smith

1 DRUG STORE SUPPLY Ccgdill: captain track. Dixon was PKY invitational. ana Freeman Register 1 min.,
also awarded a silver basketball Track Coach David Hurse a- 31.3 'seconds.
DENMARK FURNITURE LOCAL FINANCE iii honor of his selection as All warded 23 varsity and 26 junior Hurse also praised the spirit of .
COMPANY COMPANYWHITEWALLS Conference first team forward. varsity letters to his trackmen.He the track team and predicted PRICES SLASHED

Tanner was also recognized as All also recognized those who established tilatith hard work it could win S
Conference nine 2nd baseman, new school records for the state title next year. He credited -

j t.-. .- :: ,..: ,:,:. .. ,'.-.: :, :._: ..'... :. .:.:-\ and Tommy Clark as All Conference I BHS this year in various events.I II much of the good showing V
outfielder.. These this: year to the A. M. Club which
w J were:

.. .. ..... ..,-. .. I Fast Pitch I School man football,,..and keystone plansto J
.-, ,",'--, .. .- .., -' -' "' -.. .. ." -','" ... .-_....' -- ,- Keystone field an 11-man football team. I
Softball League {j joins Riverland With Dunnellon out of the line-

/Conference I tii), the Riverland loop will have
b GOODJiEAR Garden Restaurant is leading Loop Bronson '
r I Bell, Cedar Key. Trenton -
tie Starke Recreation Department's '. admitted Hawthorne, Melrose) 4nthom-'j '
) Heights was
| Keystone
,, fast pitch softball league e to the Riverland Conference at a j.White" Springs, Fort. McCoy, YJjjFfrVV : .
at the end of the first half, 'Keystone.
f SALE eight wins and no losses. Carat I, meeting held last week.Dunnellon The In-,|j 'The league annually partici-
I mans will replace
I_ :____ tending .is in second with 'a ,6-2 2which dropped from the conference i Ipcttes in football, basketball and
ii I itcord. and is followed by Waldo' i track. This year Softball was ad-
to the West loop.
i ; Lions 'Club, and Company C. join rded. s

3-J Ail-Weather .Jlesults of.games>layeAjJurind! : I The- Keystone high school is ," ,
_ t ,. 4t I& 10th grade onlY. Plans are
+ Camp:: Blanding over Waldo.
At Only 11-10. under way to add 11th and 12th Softball League
grade in succeeding years. I'
- Garden Blanding 4-3
over ;
Blanding over Lions Club. 5-3;: At present, the Indians' will I .the Slow Pitch League Pine z "

$1495. I Waldo over Co. C, 18-1: compete in basketball only. The .\evil BaptisJ beat First Christian Former ListPrice

i 4 + Garden over Waldo. 14-5; Riverland: Conference plays SIX- 15-4 Monday night. in the oniy R _

I Ti"n c o"er Co. C. 14-10. (game played. .
_,_ fiat I : IB County, JudJl.t"'. (','nrt In tad. \
I Schedule for next week | This week's schedule will have
; j For Bradford (orntr Florida. a
1 Size 7.10x 15fitimany $1 "795* : .",uuoa). May :30)-Camp Bland-. In re: Estate. of Juizvph: W. .Prevail, :1"11'5t Presbyterian playing .Pine $129.48 1 New!
r pre-1957: models. l/ decea.. !.>ed Level Saturday at 6 I
: :1g vs. Lions, 7:30 p. m. "I or Filing Petition For Final : night O'clock'i
Tuesday May 31 -Co. C. vs. Discharge Of Administrator and First Christian playing First ,
_Si c:7,60x15va1uc: 9S : 10 t4 Whom It May Concern: I "
$19Tub4yp ,
Garden. 7:30: p. m.; Waldo vs is Unit I Presbyterian Monday night at 6.
Xqtl.l" hereby given
priced: at STERLINGp.rlobl.
",".. I I landing, 9 p. m. I'have filed ray; final returns as ad. j The league is still hunting .a
: '/.; tin i niinislrator of the estate of JosephAV. fourth team to round out.the.
plus lax end nteppab* Thursday. June 2-Blanding vs I i
Prevail, dettas-ed; thai I have Ifort't, Ifcof. .ei.a 4.a.
Kg typwfrr
I Garden 7 p. m.; Waldo vs Lions,, filed for final discharge schedule. Any team interested N O. W a
petition ,...
{ PRICES SLASHED ON 3-T NYLON WHITES] I turn el LOW COST perfect for.duds. M-rittGrodtt J.p
II t 9 p. m.New. IK! tlirfi Th..run.Yawn' i will apply l<> ,the County Honorable should call the Recreation Department riM.tilt Smith-Car*** tmI..... fyrp.wri.r's iy..

;The extra beauty of Goodyear Judge of Bradford County. Florida, at W04-7441, writ.-s".rant.li t. tak the Ionuw.rk.ur.1 h.maws...
[Whftewalls! The extra safety of S'I6 5 0, i iGoodyear'J ScheduleFor I. -. Com. U. s.. it. Try x. YMl f,aUy want StuRa9,

exclusive 3-T Nylon 'kris 11 ......". Bookmobile .
i 'Cord. iiMMin*.
"""' *. Is Announced Can a Motor Oil
veer old fires may moll fie down payment I
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Service Station ,I I I .njunced- ,tie The: following in the Bookmobile changes are sche-an- I I Increase Gasolene( Mileage 1II ? Only 94.,50 Tax .

First and third Wednesdays,

SEEBER D. GOODMANU. iJune 1 and 15; July 6 and 20;;

Aug. 3 and 171: II JUST TILL GRADuAtiON
S. 301 at South City Limits I Lawtey: Thompkins Store. 9:3: (

,to 10:10: a. m.; Hampton's" Store, I .1 G ;
10:15' to 10:30 Strawberry::1 f
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Wharf, 10:35: to 11:05: a. m. The Portable with big office-size typewriter features r Full size

Give GIFT Carter's Store [tLawteyStatFarm e (L standard keyboard Page Gauge. Touch Selector, Tabulator
road], 11:50 to : ; Red
dish's Store [Heilbronnl, 12:35: tc -
_ I 1:20; Moody's Store [New River,' f;..

That Keeps On Giving 1:45 to 2:05.Second: ....' ,; >.t r .'
fourth 'Muu1'*'" niilpWMBM! "Kf g>*r"
,and Friday;!
r I II [June 10 and 24; July' 8 and 22;; Absolutely-and we're prepared to prove it to you here at XTIVA'WSMITH

I Aug. 12 and 26.] our Cities Service station.

Green's Store Brooker 9 t
9:45: a.m. friction...and engine friction i* one of several
_ engine CORONA
CAMERAFROM Post Office, Graham 10 tc J causes of gasolene consumption.. ,
10;3b) a. m.Hampton.. the less gasolene
oil does its job.
,, across from Horne'ar'ocery !s So.the! better a motor
to 11:15 to.Theressa use for each mile you drive. Brand
: 10:45: a. you '
:i BULLINGWSMOVIE 11:30: to 12 noon. We have 'a motor oil-Cities Service 5D loohmotor1 Clipper 84.50
vital as
Starke Library 12 noon to 3 which reduces engine friction and protects parts New:
.p .
p. m- never before possible.
RJE School 1 to 1:30 p. m. Actually,it does the work of several oils..provides light SAME FULL SIZE PORTABLEBUT
I 2 CAMERAS lOW S. 'grade performance at starting.,medium- 20 grade WITHOUT TABULATOR Plus) Tax
f .:and
NOTICE TO NATURALGAS performance as your engine begins to warm up.
CUSTOMERSThe heavy SO giadePerlormance to resist thinning inside a

'" City has completed its 'na. .., not Not engine.only will Cities Service"SDKoolmotor ,CHANCE OF A LIFETIMEJ

I tural gas installation and is no I. t ;.; increase gasolenejnfcage..but ,
FLASH CAMERA ready to service customers. Persons r: = your also notice
who have applied for natura:)L -" ,,,\ | you'll
..for thatsail
difference in
FOR gas atejy may by .calling obtain the service City immedi H t __ ..'t a the result of its power.super protectiolitac THRILL THAT GRADUATE

SLIDES OR BLACK & WHITE WO 41301.Merrill Edwards Clerk ..tw. motor Stop Ou"tbis(n and change week. to 5D Kool- TO

Cash paid for good clean.cotton _.

Prices To Fit Any BudgetBuilngton's Bring. rags.to Bradfora No Khaki'County or Tel wool e- Other Portables As Low As 78.49 plus tax

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June %1. mo, Tuesday *t 19:01: I
a ra. for approval of the same an< ,
for final discharge as administrator BRADFORD COUNTY TEHGRAPHRemington
of the estate of Joseph' W. Pre .

vatt.May deceased.24, mO. mm! SERVICE

_ SHOP1 /Si! Edwin 4T. Prevatt and ,Smith Corona Dealersf
STUDiO .& GIFT -dDtlnstrator! ,of the 'estate of Jose.
: Ave. Starke Ft
pb' \Y. Pre n tt, deceased 705 Temple '"
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PAGE SIXCrippled _-- _

Funeral I j will have charge of presenting
, Clinic I ; MondayFor Seniors; Present awards. '

Robt. J. Jones
j All Seniors and their parents,

Attracts 200The I At Brooker Church ;, Class NightThis I' as well as the general public, are

invited to attend. There is no

Bradford County Health < Robert Jesse: Jones 12, died at Friday 1 Ul won charge.

Department was crowded with '" his home in Brooker last Saturday .
morning after an extended! The annual Seh'or Cters Night'
about 200 persons last Friday as ,
the: annual Crippled Children's f<., 4 Illness. 'will be held at 7.30 p.m. Friday in I VV. C. T. (.1.The .

.'" Born in Oklahoma Feb. the high school; auditorium t
Clinic was conducted. Sixty-three '
patients were examined, most of .;>, ,. : % 17, 1888, Mr. Jones was a retired ; Class History will be pre NEVER FORGET THAT YOU

them from Bradford County. I tanner and a member of the .seated in the form of a skit written

Donated refreshment consumed Z'k Brooker Baptist Church. !I! by Dill Bessent fend Harold I HAVE A SOCIAL RESPONSI-

included sandwiches made by 23 (!a .mot w, : .- 1, Surviving are his wife Mrs. Tyus. Class Prophecy will be: read I BIId T Y. LOOK AROUND YOU

Rotary Anna, 93 half pints of : : Lottie Mathews Jones of Brooker: by John Dixon Davis, and the

milk, and eight cases of Coca- 1 < seven daughters, ,Mrs. Ethel Mae ?' .Last Will and Testament i>y Mary ; AND! SEE WHAT DRINKINGKather.1e

Colas i- Russ, Brooker; Mrs. Viola Wind- Wainwright. There will '; "
Attending the patients were t1- ham, Orlando; Mrs. Mary Gor- be special recognition of outstkndDOES'

Harry 1* Collins, Jr., M.D.,,ortho-, aon, Palatka; Mrs. Ruth Norman. "iHcTST'f NATIONAL f VOICE.]

pedic-surgeon; and J. W. Walker, rH Oklawaha; Miss Hazel Jones Hugh B. Ingram
__ Brooker; Mrs. Leola Guarino '" 'Y
M.D., pediatrician. 1 I'L r 4i' s rtii.A _'> """"" ..'" .... --..........-.r Jacksonville; and Mrs. Sandra! __ _, ,"':' _: '_"__ :...'_=- :_ :'- _.::: -_ :,_;J--_
Assisting were County Health' __ w'___ _._ : : st 4' I .
; t rc '{ Torres. South. America, 11 sons: I
Officer, -A. Y. Covington, M.D. c Dried ArrangementAnother
and..the staff of the county health '' Best In ShowThe F t 4i Robert Andrew Jones Donaldson-I SHOP !
one of AirsM. F. ville. Ga.; Ralph I .

department.Dr. coveted title of "best In i 1 ._ Hazen' blue ribbon winnerswas Brooker; William B. Jones Gain

Covington wishes to thank show went to this outstanding this dried arrangement entered esville; Thurman P. Jones, Lees- SHOP !
all volunteer workers who assistedin U ( !
arrangement by Mrs. 5L F. eq under' the classification burg; Phillip B. Jones, Brooker;
various phases of the clinic, in v i.y. s. James G. Jones
Starke Malcolm
Hazen of Starke. An enthusiastic "Seared by Cosmic Rays. Altogether \ ; I
making thin ,one ,of the .best annual Ray Jones. Homestead I
member of the Garden there were 132 Individual ; Harold

clinics held. Club Sirs. Haxen was awarded ; :: entries in the show. j L; Jones, Zellwood; Lemuel T.I

11 blue ribbons for her exhibits Enoch T., and Gerald Lee Jones, \ Don't Buy Your New Car

all of Gainesville two half brothers
Adult EducationTo at the show. j"T. t : :
'" I. Norris and Sam Knighten t tI
: '- I the First
Suspended -... Fe CJ I both of Brooksville; three sisters, j, on Stop

After ThursdayAdult Mrs. Pearl Hancock, Gainesville; I _
4"46 Mrs. Callie Bishop, and Mrs. Bessie

classes in both white and Brownback, both of Brooks- j

Negro facilities will be suspended Tile! third annual Flower Show Sta'ndingith the theme piece a pink rocket taking off plant collections, and cut specimens ville; 31 grandchildren; and five! GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE

session from a launching pad of spring fIow'ersare. ((1-r): :3Irs. J. I). were evidence of the suc- great-grandchildren. j
alter the final Thursday, of the Starke Garden Club was |I horticultural practices of .
according to L H. Gibson county an outstanding event last Satur-i Doyle, the show's staging chairman; Mrs. Jessie Young: general }cessful Funeral service were held at 2. _

director. The majority of courses day and Sunday. It was held in I chairman; Mrs. Smith DeVoe, new Garden Club president< ;; he exhibitors. p. m. Monday in the ,Brooker] BUT
j The "best in show" award in
jffered during the 1959-60 term the Starke Woman's Club with and Mrs. J. N. Hopkins, retiring president Baptist Church with Rev. James j .
was aimed at earning a hign numerous guests from the surrounding !,'horticulture division went to Mrs.1!IL. Temple and Rev. Lonnie Parker :

school diploma, although classes area and from as faraway I Garden Club's/ Flower Show ipG.i Felos. for a huge philaden- 'I officiating. Burial was in De- 'FOR A BETTER DEAL SEEBilly

in education business I Jacksonville Beach 'i dan Cemetery under the direction'
literacy: as view-I ''dron; on a totem'pole.. Mrs. M. F. I
subjects Spanish, and Bible History ing the beautiful and $ [Hazen .captured" the "best in of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. .

were also available. Nearly hibits. Has 'Out of the World' Theme I!!sl.cw", award In the artistic de- Active pallbearers were G. E.I j

400 persons of this community The show was J judged by accredited -I -- iign division and the Sweepstakes Green, C. E. Edwards, W. E. Big-

enrolled in at least one class during judges from out of town major projects in' civic beautifi- "Moonlight and Music" included !award for the most blue ribbonsin I.ham Z. W. Hamilton, R. A. Colj j DowlingAcross

the school term Fifty-one local Mrs. Her-I cation and other activities, referring -,I corsages for the first evening on the horticulture.division. Other son. and A. L. Green Jr. I
and specialists: i
achieved high school diplomas to the cooperation and hard I.Mars., I blue ribbon winners In the artistic NOTICE
Educational man Hafele,Mrs. J. L. Price, I : I II |
based on the General Mrs. B. L. Kennedy of Jackson- work necessary in putting on a I I Educational exhibits consisted design;: division were: Mrs. J. D. I will not be responsible for :; L

credits.Development! tests or high school ville, Mrs. Charles Baker of Jacksonville flower show. i I I of mounted specimens of wildlife,' Doyle and Mrs.- R. F. Young; debts contracted by anyone other: The Street From Setter

Beach, and George Hug- The theme of the show "Beauty I dish gardens showing how garden i Horticulture: Mrs. Smith DeVoe, than myself.-A. N. Yarbrough. _
Test to be Given therapy can be extended to Invalids "MIS. Thelma Newsome, Mrs. j. D. 5.26':
gins, County Agent, and Mrs. Out of This World" was 2tp
Doing Summer por-I and convalescents, and Doyle Mrs. R. F. Young, Mrs.
Paul Raymond of Starke. The --- -- -
Applicants for the high school trayed in the focal point other material. Maxie Carter, Sr., Mrs. Ruby
diploma tests ,the Tenth Grade show: was opened by the cutting pink rocket on a pale green : I Mrs.F. PEYTOX FLORIST
or MLs Dorothy Ross
of a ribbon by Mayor W. T. Jack- Several methods of plant propagation Cooper, Sell It Rent It Trade J H1 8. THOMPSON ST.
Equivalency test [required for son. Mrs. R. F. Young, chairmanof launching pad profusely decoratedwith 1 I were displayed, 'and J..Shaw and Mrs. Bob Badgett. PHONE WO 4-4155
barbers, nurses, beauticians, and flowers, ivy, and oth- i jln Junior Division, Beth Jordan, : DISTINCTIVE 'LOWERS
the show, stated that the objectives Spring HVIRR FLOWER
others] take the tests of there was a unique display of second grade and ANYWHERE
Mrs. E. Crosby's
may carriedout j
to foliage. The theme was tfchg
of a flower mow are er
their choice during the summer. simulate interest in horticulture, in the artistic design classes foils; dressed in native costumes Mrs. L. Crosby's .third grade.

Pettuls should be discussed with "The Countdown," and c/ India. Handcrafts used by I The hostess committee serveda New and FOR SALE
develop the aesthetic sense and such as used Building Supplies
the director at the Adult Education to educate. The public learns I"Gravityless Flight."Arrangementsin youth groups in the First Chris- delightful luncheon,to the Judges AND HRiOUJTIOXB -. ----- ... 4 Ce t. fey W.H : l nve way pipe. 15- lengths >$1.is
Office in the rear of the tian Church gave directions fpr president of the local club Per foot See Billy Jackson Jackson -
Cosmic RaY were ,
how to( plan and plant for beauty, 'Seared by 20 WORDS OR LESS, O.e lasertloB (UlBtraam Ckarget --.._ .II I Building! Supplies. tfchCSINi.iER
USD building. dried materials. "The molding plaques and figurines juid the Flower show officials
how to arrange and display cut made of
from plaster of paris. A clever the opening of the SEWING MACHINE _
Adult classes are expected to flowers\ and how to decorate with Lutle Dipper" and "Stardust"were preceding BACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :0 -__ __ M Per W.... I representative will be in Bradford a aOut
flower arrangement, using nothing show. Floor hostesses were on
be miniature 'arrangements. ON REPEAT INSERTIONS 3 A UK I II Co. Mondays and
resumed September 6. Prospective house plants. Mrs. Young introduced DOe DISCOUNT AD Fridays. For ser-
the : but blossoms and foliage froma hand at all times during the show rica; on any make machine|
enrollees are invited to the judges and presented "The New Planet" interpreted ZSe ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID 151 ADVAXCB j!or call Singer Sewing Machine write
attracted Co.
Landing" feat- vegetable garden, to answer questions, explain exhibits I 402
"The Marlon
register for the classes they wish Mayor Jackson who made an ad- shape, or Phone 880.
much attention. and give out free samples Lake City. Fla.
to take during the summer dress of welcome. He complimented ured driftwood, sticks, or stones WE HAVE a new Iuh program foi FOR HALE Tfchg

oonths.) the Garden Club on its many i such as might be found on Mars. The numerous potted plants, and booklets. farmers. entire Loan oi credit 1 to requirements 5 yearsfor'th I tunes Ready, mix fence concrete posts, sand concrete cement.block, Acres ef T.". 'Owner, Mast Belli

of the farmer and hIs fam MoUr mix, rock steel oyster shell, (8W, > oft MI North)
"' finished
:S Mr .
b.me. 1st.MrdUte
ily. Gainesville Production Credit Limerock and Roof Gravel. Phone
through August 5. Association, (10 North Main I W04-2521, Bradford Engineering :2 ponel.lo.11" eosmlder
Subdivision Gainesville, Fla tfch Co. kdisju Trailer m. dews paymut
be held Thursday ; j tfchg 5
Registration will
i a. North off SOL Tura tight let
'June 2, from 2 to 5:15 p.m.. read keread Farmers Market. TJOB .
Added At Brooke and from"6:30: to 8:30 p.m. at the Ail RADIOS Makes -REPAIRED All M 4el* I Complete T"ee Service hn..e right. .t. ID,
UaOBibie Charge gwapuSHEPHERD'S .'"
Starke Recreation office on the FOR RENT 2 room furnished apartment -
For First TimeThe Pratt Street Playground. More lamca Green .Owa Pruning Bracing: De-Moss-! trance Also Private bath and en-
412 E. Call St. Phone. WO 4-4901 Ing Cavity Work Tree Re- carport Mrs. J. U
information as to bimmons. No
complete any Children. 407 West
Starke, Fla.
IT'S ILLEGAL phase of the program may' be obtained moval TransplantingSaPP's Washington. ;tchg iiI!'
first develop-
new property
by calling WO 4-7441 any' COLONIAL FLORIST Tree SurgeonsPETE REAL ESTATE
ment in Brooker since the original afternoon after 2 o'clock. Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.Flowers !Sale and ....t.... gee me vrhea la
Ward 'City plat was recorded in wired any place. Flowers! SAP, Owner aced of Real Cctate.
list of activities for aU .occasions locally., Phone A, J. THOMAS,
the Following are a STARKE PHONE WO 4-3963 REALTOR
1904 is now being placed on -
WO 4-62J1. 606 East Nona St. tfchg SOS Temple Avenue TeL WO 4-5761
market by H. R. Corl, under the that will be conducted during the

For Person Persons in name of Corllotta. program (activities requiring FOR *IENT-Furnished apart- FOR SALE 2 acres of land with
Any to Engage house all
or registration are so designated): ments. Reasonable rates. Near North conveniences
The new subdivision.is locatedon ;shopping center. Phone WO '-!//I11 301. Inquire Coney Island.
State Road S235 across from Twirling classes will be held on or WO 4-0771 evening or call at 213 __ 3tp SJ28
Mondays and Wednesdays'at 1:45 S. Cherry St. (Shell 011 Co. Office.)

the first tung unit,oil which plant has in Brooker.already been The and 2:30.: Pratt Street Playground.Girls t tfchg FOR plows.SALE 1 push-lawn Cheap mower.two turning 12 con-
Business Under A Name Unless
: Fictitious 8 to 14 years old. Registration crete house pillars. Some rough 2 x
recorded in the courthouse, consists 4 fraS5i Cyrus E. Beam Rt2
.- *" of 26 business lots frontingon required. HASTINGS MATTRESS I n.) ._!tp S'26

the highway, and 86 residential Beginner Trampoline classes will & UPHOLSTERY WORKS FOR SALE OR RENTCottage.. J.
be held on Tuesdays and Thurs I 1 Quigley Cherry and Madison.
The Name Is Registered lots. day at 2:30 and 3:15: p.m. with an '71Q Lemon St. PaLatIal II Ii I 2ti SI26!
a) 1- Mr. Corl purchased all property i
f' belonging to Florida Poultry advanced class' at 4 o'clock Mon Furniture Repaired, Upholstered II For Rent 2 bedroom turn house tile
and Pratt Street bathand kitchen. Dining room
days Thursdays.
Ranchers consisting of 86 acreson & Refinished I last built. Large window fan. Gas
SR S235 and 114 acres on Playground.; Boys and girls over range and hot water heater, Re-
7. Registration required. MATTRESSES REBUILT decorated inside and out. Clean.
Read This Florida Law the Brooker to Worthington road. Ready to move in. Adults. 612 Lake
.- He plans to eventually subdivideall Mite 'baseball teams for boys 8 New Innerspringsand For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Ft. 11r A. F. Sauls (31 M, Mahone

,> of the 86 acres, which extendsto and 9 years old will play on,Tuesdays Box Springs Agent :-;t. Phone WO 45744._tfchg

the McDavid property at the and Fridays at 3:45.: Pratt Drop Us a Card or Call 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 S:(eland 2 bedroom apartments

"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, aa defined hereto, to Santa Fe River line, and is also Street Playground. M-fir rent. Upstairs. 511 S. Epperson.
per mo.Vattr
PALATKA EA 5.9166 and lights paid.
engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined dividing the 114 acres on SR 18 j! MidgetBaseball League for FOR REST S bedroom bunga- In-juir* lower .rear. Y. L. Kirchalne.
into four-acre plots for sale as boys 10 and 12 years old will playon ,STARKE WO 4-5934 low. 307 Lafayette St. Call Jacksonville Hehe-
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the EV 8-0083. tfchg
Pratt Street Diamond, Mon
sites for poultry ranches or other SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke, AVON BEAUTY
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business purposes. days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Agent Want a Home of Your Own? Small I

Is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit Mr. Corl said that considerable I Fridays, at 5:15.: down payment balance like rent. 74 Years of proud Service, proves
No closing W. H. Nollman, that AVON
Junior Legion Baseball teams expenses. BEAUTY la numberone
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of interest has been shown in the I for boys 13 through 15 years of M3YER; TOO LATE TO JOIN 510 N. Cherry St. -tfchg business. Make it your business -
subdivision and that 13 lots have J EVENING CLASSES for adults. All
all those interested in the business I enterprise,' the extent of the Interest already been sold, mostly to age will play and practice on the subjects. Credit! If wanted. Write FOR RENT OR SALE-Unturnish. to become an AVON REPRE-

of each and the fictitious > 1. high school diamond. Boys will Director Box 1190, SUrke. or call ed 2 bedroom house. Also furnished SENTATIVE. Write; Oulda C.
under which
name business is carriedon. Brooker people, including M. D. WO 4-S071, or visit Adult Education apartment. W. H. Nollman, 510 N.

Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto Harrell, Cecil Melvin, James | play Track other and teams Field in the Class area.will be )Office Information.DSO Bids for tfchg additional Cherry: St. tfchg Fla.Sweat ,P. O. Box 540 Live Oak,

engage in business under a fictitious name shall have his Temple, Harlan Hodges and Guy FOR RENT Two bedroom furnished
advertised or > held Wednesdays at 3:30 on the
Harrell. The lots are 50 x105! I HEAL ESTATE house. Adults only. Phone WO FOR SALE un Chevrolet
their intention to register: said fictitious name at least once a week for four feet and purchaser must buy a_j high school athletic field. Class :\Ife hone f'e..pldely ftralckei .J-'il i!. tfchg $25. i Pee Billy Dowling. .Itchg Radio
for 8 15 pry low dews paymeat, balance
(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county minimum of two. I boys through years. hke rr.t.KIagnley. FOR REXT Clark No. 1 3 room FOR RENT furnished cottage-
Skating will be held each Thurs Lak. .. oi and suitable for bachelor
.e. furnished
where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be :Mr. Corl and his wife, formerly I day night in the USO. Boys and better. f shady apartment.lawn. Adults.Air Bessent condition Newly decorated and or very single attract lady

of Mount Dora, purchased the UraUU, .....e1' sad year loamt.We ltd. Box 44), phone WO J-151S ively furnished and convenient. See
accepted by the clerk of the in the 4th and 6th
circuit court except upon receiving proof ofsuch model home constructed by Florida girls 5th doa't .eU real estate for .'.ey.We tfcbg Mrs. E. P. Renner, na ilcMahon.
publication. grades will skate from 6 to 8 pjn. ecU it fer .ur frte....* phone WO 4-S744. tfchg
Ranchers the Worthington i A.
Poultry oa J. REALTOR
for a fee of 50 cents for the sea FOR SALE Five room blockhouse SALESMAN
road, and hive lived there will sell reasonable. Call WANTED Full or
i son. High school grades will skate FOR) SALE 1S57 Morris Minor part time. Commission basis. Call
WO 4-0863 on week ends. 409 Cen-
two years. When the Cany., clean condition, new top. HObart J-2781. Waldo for appointment .
from 8 to 10 pjn. fpr a fee of $1 ter St. 4tp C/2
ranchers development POultry'l Local Finance Co., Phone WO 4-0101 Jim Toney House 2tchg S9
for the season. Other activities tfchg
some time> ago, Mr. purchased win also be held during this, time. Good pay for experienced householdmaid LADY WANTED
the property, and decidedto t at Kingsley Lake. Most have Bookkeeping knowledge, typing and
If in business under Tennis instruction will be given IX CITY POUND I Irish Setter own transportation. Write P. O. retail experience. Knowledge of
you are engaged any name subdivide it in answer to the ) from 7:30 to 9:30: pjn. Monday female and 1 Duroc young gilt Bos 823-M Starke. Itchg color schemes and Interior decorating -
demand for low cost building sites. Owner may have by paying advert Reply in own handwriting
tennis courts
of nights on the ising coat and board. Contact City FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished stating qualifications and where
He believes teat the proximity II boys and girls over 9 years old. Police ltchg house at 717 West Call St. you may W contacted, To P. O.
Gainesville and Starke-about 20 Available June 1. Contact J. H. I, Box 104. Starke. itchg
adult tennis class _
other than and have not had this An beginners' MOWING i
your own name minutes each will enable people WORK WANTED -Harry Moncrief. Itch* iI
7:30 9:30
will be held from to Young. Phone WO 4-721 before I FOR BALE OR TRADE1949 Mercury -
working in these towns to buya pjn. on Tuesday nights on the 3 a. m. or after I j>. m. Itp IiI. FOR RENT -..; Attractive furnished Good mechanical condition.
i nice quiet homesite, on high, 2 bedroom apartment, N. Walnut Will trade for boat; motor and
June 14. A
tennis courts starting Mrs. Kincaid, 409 N. trailer of equal value. See Eaton
St. See J. W.
properly advertised and registered we will he rolling land, and live there while tennis tournament will be held ONE FLACK STEER. Owner may Walnut St. Itcbg Jordanor call WO 42941. Itp
commuting to their jobs."I have for proof of ownership andcost.
during the last week of the program Contact Bradford County FOR RE.'lTI bedroom unfurnished LOST One black tipper case containing
,am very much encouraged by Telegraph. Itchg Paul Faulk
Aug. 17. bouse. Contact C. B. Johns, a&d loose leaf binder
the response," Mr. Corl said, ."and. ner. e9| Rt I Pox 33. Intersection State with sermon notes. Lettering on

glad.to give you all necessary Information .as [to(I believe up the town Corllotta of Brooker.will help" build gram An will organized be held playground daily from 9:30 pro- LAKE Paradise PROPERTY' Lake SO x FOR'800. .SALE-Bradford 5 Rd.p. 100 m. South and Colley Rd. tfehg after caw Property Penney"StU Farms.of Rev.Bank If J found,Bloomfield N. ,A.please Downey, III.return -,.

to 11:30 *m, and from 2:30: to County. Call LE 1-2)71.. Kingsley FOR SALE New and used to Th Tel_mtih. Itctpr
5:15 pjn on the Pratt Street Lake. Itchg PLUMBING FIXTURES. Gaines
ville Heating & Plumbing. Hawthorne LOST -- S weeks ago black and
what you should do.BRADFORD Summer ProgramOf Playground. Program of activities FOR RENT 4 furnished Road & SE 18th St. tchg 7/28 tan female chihuahua long and
will include archery, arts and room Modern short hair mixed. Answers to name
RecreationTo apartment with screen porch. "Penny4 Reward. Horace Sanders
crafts, dramatics, riflery, sports. conveniences. See Mrs. Wesley FOR SALE S4| ton Air-Condi wo 4-4t. 4tt"hl IIU
Andrews, 547 W. Madison St. Itp I tioner Excellent condition $75. Also
.. Start June 13 and games, story-telling, U ton egg cooler. Excellent condi 7
: tumbling. Children must be eight FOR RENT Newly decorated tion. 1100. Mrs. E. Strunk W04-410L FOR with SALE amole -grounds Large Excellent room house location. -

COUNTY TELEGRAPH The '1960 Summer Recreation years old to enroll It Is requested bedroom- with bath.maid JJT service N. Walnut anm1private d 2tchg c2; Call morning WO 47051.

Program operated and conductedby that they be registered. St. UI. FOR SALE 1 mal white for 4trtur 6'1' !

the City Recreation Department Recreation Director. Bob Ben- spits puppy. Phone WO 4-2S9S.
FOR 5 block
FoR"RENT -4 room nicely furnished 2tchg 1''I2 RENT room house
in cooperation with the ner .states that further announce- house. with carport and utility I and a half from school, on Peterson
County School Board, will begin meats will be made from time to room. For Couple or witba11 I FOR RENT 4 room brand new I road. Ph. WO 4-2875. Mrs.
child. Inquire at 713 NThompac house $50 per mo. Call WO 4'l501.11.ehe.
Monday, June 13, and continue time. t. Itchg J. W. Nexeila. ltchgF

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Keystone Rotary +, 5 .,. rs (' Funeral Services '.. AAAAAAAA4LA. A /"

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS[ Sets Plans For I/ For James Adie, MELROSE :

Swimming ProgramThe ( Retired MechanicI 4.

By Mary K. Schaeifer I By .Joyce thhammer
James Adie, 68, retired master
---- --- Keystone! Heights, Rotary I
raechanic of Jacksonville Termiiial UaAAAAAaI..aLllla,
Flower Show Winners Announced ,mann accompanied her. Club has announced plans for its
Co., died Sunday, May 15, in '
The Flower Show put on by the In Division I Arrangement aruiual: swimming program forthis 'Aiachua Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothham-
Classes Mrs. Danella General Hospital in :mer became parents to a baby
Garden Division of the Keystone Holden. Mrs. summer. Starting Monday,,
Gainesville, after a long illness. '
Heights Woman's Club is over, Sara McDonald, and Mrs. Allen girl, Ellen Marie, Thursday, May
July 11, and continuing through A native of Aberdeenshire, :
and u e are sure Mrs. Sara McDonald i Graham, won first, second, and + : I 19. Born, in the-Alachua General -
July 22, the program will be directed i Scotland Mr, Adie came to this:
Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann i third places, respectively, in "Color In Gainesville, the Infant -
L. ,
by Tweed Johnson in
of country August, 1912. At theI
and Mrs. Emery Cooper and oth- : from Your Garden." These weighed pounds, 12 ounces.
the Jacksonville YMCA. Scene of I Outbreak of World War I he re- ,
t'were niches. Winners I Paternal grandparents are Mr.'
ers have mixed feelings of satisfaction Ar-
!the activity, as,usual, will be Keystone { -1 boned to Scotland to serve m'
and relief, for they did rangements Suggesting SummerCoolness" I' ::and Mrs., Grant Rothhammer of
Beach, and hours will be the Biitish Merchant Marine.I I
work very hard, and it was an| group were Mrs. I. V. announced later.Instructors I 'II Melrose' and maternal grandparents' -
Returning to the United States
outstanding in j Cheves, Mrs. Irene Williams, and I \ 41t are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wes-
success as anyone .
I will be provided by I i in 1921, Mr. Adie moved to Jacksonville ,
Tey of Gainesville. Rothham-
attendance will verify Those who (Mrs. Bee Cooper. In Table Ar- The
i the Jacksonville YMCA from atvong Ii early in 1922 and went
i mtrs now have six children.Mr. .
braved the broiling: sun in the I 1'angements, Breakfast table win- '
its staff of instructors at 'tc work, for the terminal com- I, .
afternoon, as well as those, who i hers were Mrs. George Colgin,! Immokalee and Mrs. Jack Janes and
Camp on Brooklyn I pany. He moved to Melrose after
daughter and Mr. and
Mrs. Chest-
attended the evening were well .Mrs. Frank Harris, and Mrs. Roy
Lake near Keystone.The I in 1959. He
retiring August, wasa
Janes of Gainesville
i Watkins. luncheon Table winners
it1sf1ed'with!? their efforts. I program is for boys and charter member of Faith Presbyterian 'Mrs. Florence Janes
sere Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs. works
Mrs. Estelle Bisbee of Jacksonville girls! as well as men and women I Church. ;m
Helen Egan, and Mrs. George Col- St. Augustine, spent the weekend -
was on hand to favor: us witha I gw. Dinner Table winners were I from ages 6 to 60, and includes I Funeral services were held atj j in Melrose.
instruction in all phases of swimmme 4 17. in the '
p. m. Tuesday May
few vocal selections. Mrs. BachHealth Mrs. Sara McDonald Mrs. Herbert I 1 : Mrs. C. Hoffman and children
from beginners to advanced in the Chapel Jacksonville -
J :
and of
Nelson and Mrs. Bert even Tammy,
Christoffers. Spring Fantasy swimmers: and in life saving in- Billy Rose Builds New AQuarium with Rev.: James R.:,Cocoa? Beach, are visiting Mrs.NOUmai's .
struction. At the, .. I J f esid ,
conclusion of Seale: r. of Ieiatrrtg. Grav e" ,
arrangement winners Mrs. : parents Mr. and Mrs.
FactsIn Rosie Piper Mrs. I. V. Cheves, I the program, certificates will be Billy: Rose. the Keystone),in tropical fish for more than 50 I dot fish in home or office sooth- services were held in Evergreen: f j A? C.'ISpires: '

I and Mrs. Herbert Nelson. The I awarded to participants who ful- Heights "tropical fish' man"(years, having them as a hobby|I.n;: to the nerves "Baby specialists Cemetery under the direction of I Mrs. Roscoe Williams and children -

I tail-important]} tri-color award in ifil the requirements. whose energy and enthusiasm belie ,before he left his native. England. : say that watching fish,swim Rivervnew Lodge No. 306, F. & A i Nola, Patricia and Henri-
of all the
spite changes that [tue show was won by Mrs Danella,1 Last year approximately' 200 his 73 years is pictured lendinga :lIe retired from show business in j around is good for a baby's eyes- M., of which he was a member.Mr. I etta, of Hawthorne spent the
go on in-this changing world the i children were enrolled in the t Adie is survived by his f
(HcldPn, for. her attractive entryin I' hand with the construction of,New York about 10 years ago, and strengthens the eye muscles," weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
fact still remains that spinal misalignments the "Color from' your garden"i course and over the; period of the spacious new aquarium which j tame to Keystone Heights to re- Rose declares. wife, Mrs. Aleen Adie. i Mullins.

compress nerves and i section. Her entry was pictured in ,!eight years that the Rotary Club will form an important additionto :tire.Retirement for him, however, The names of the exotic species 'May 18th Eddie Sapp, son of

Obstruct the flow of vital nerve j last; week's Telegraph. i'oas: sponsored the program, an his lay-out on Highway 21 just|did not mean inactivity, but rath- ,:n. Rose's aquarium read like a Music PupilsOf I Ar.| and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp celebrated -

to If the estimated: 1,500 young people have outside Keystone on the road to f cr the development of !Tho's ,third with
fcrce any organ. lung, In Division II Mrs George Blue, a hobby who in tropical fishland, Mrs. Stallings hid birthday a
: and benefited from this
snjoyed i
serve Is compressed the flow of Mrs. James Puckett, and Mrs. Melrose. i i into a full-time business. He I and include such rare specimenas j party in his home. The group had
i u-otruction. Many families plan The new aquarium is 20 x 40 here I
ideal for the Silver
vital nerve force is reduced: ana Julin McDowall won first, second," Tetra, Neon Tetra [Continued On Neit Page]
their vacations that will
lung disease follow If the liver. and third prizes for roses; Mrs. so they feet and is 90 per cent, glass. It I raising tropical fish, and started'riding' I,Zebra Danio, Head-and-Tail !

nerve is compressed liver disease Bixby, Mrs. Herbert Nelson, and }be; in Keystone Heights during a being constructed by Key Sar- many' varieties that had :Light, Silver Hatchet Fish, Chinese J. L. Stallings will present HAPPY HOUR PLAY SCHOOLand
the time the is being t
program gent Construction Co. at an seldom been her piano pupils in their annual ,
win follow. !'Mlrs\ James Puckett won for day ap- ff seen in this country. Telescope Veil Tail, Black KINDERGARTEN
J conducted: not only for the benefit proximate cost of $3,000.When. Hs: fish recital on Thursday, June ) '
Only correction of the compressed -(lilies. Mrs. Alice Sipe, Mrs. Ru.h" I are flown by air expressto ,Shark. Tiger Barb. White Cloud !
of the children but also because Registration for fall ,
i ; Monday
restore. This Ohlson completed Mr. Rose states that,, Miami if coming from South. Mountain Fish Coolie Leach. Red 2, at S p.m. in the Keystone I
health. and Mrs. Sara "
nerve )
; j I they enjoy the famous fish Le will have the largest selection America to San it.: Heights School auditorium. My 30, 3-5 1M.Phone .
or Francisco, Swordtail; and Blue Moon Platy.
is the work of your skillfully I won for African violets. For Foliage -
I at the and end of
trained Chiropractor. !I Mrs. J. Hanson Mrs. Rosie;t frys of tropical fish within a radius of 'arriving from the islands of the They are' flown to Keystone Guest pupils appearing on they i S641
I,! the program. :several hundred miles. Pac ie. Cost of transportation is Heights from such distant trop- program will be Thomas Wayne_' )1" Gord \darn'l., Dir.LEE'S .
Chiropractors today are required -: Piper, and Mrs. C. R. Cook won
i, Over the past years. children The new aquarium will house., of his of ijr-al Powell, winner for Alachua County .
one largest items
!(I i overhead points as Venezuela, the Am-
first, second, and
to take the same basic science II third places. ; '
i from Lake City Jacksonville, Pa- '.
I 50 individual pools and tanks, River in the Talentsville, U.S.A. con
|jaaon I : basin Paraguay, British -
examination as MJX'a and Osteopaths Mrs. Frank: Harris won first : .
la tka and Gainesville have participated -
each with around 1,000 rare fish', Mr. Rose emphasizes that there i i Guinea, India, China, and' the test presented by the Hi Fi Club, :
license before they can receive a J I and some even from such! Mr. Rose is particularly proud of\,:will be no admission charge to!Ii Malay States. and also members of Mrs. Stall- DRIVE IN
to practice. 1 ;i distant; points as Ohio and North his tank which he makes with i'i accordion band. !
restored I:i the aquarium and visitors are al-i i The new Billy Rose aquarium Rg4! I
Chiropractic health after
i TERMITESlair Carolina. the sides formed &y, auto windshields -i ways welcome. He is never happier -',Twill I be a veritable dreamland for Students from Keystone appearing -!
everything else has failed. I
Visit the The fish frys which providethe The windshields are used j! than when showing off, his ,, tropical fish fanciers when it is on the program will be: Keystone HeightsFRI.

money to pay: for this program instead 'of ordinary glass because :fish and explaining their chara I!completed and open to the public Sylvia Dodd Carol Stephenson,i,

Dr. H. G. 'I will be held this year on : .i cteristics and natural habitat. i, in about two weeks. Many varieties Elaine Brewer, Carol Warren.]
Bellinger .
1 July. 8 and 22. The patronage of of their strength. Their curved { ., ,SAT., SUN
Mr. Rose says that tropical fish: may ,also be seen at. Wool- Linda Hill, Dianne! Brokas, Deed
Chiropractic Offices .1 I the general public will be appreciated surface also makes the' tanks are becoming 'more popular with,worth's. Store in Gainesville, one Dee Hardenburg Dottie Harden, May' 27, 28, 29
426 X. Walnut StPhone more attractive to the eye. :!the public all the time, and that j j!of the, stores in the area which burg, Marian Fredricksson Linda ,
THEM Yogrielf with ARAB I I Mr. ,Rose has been interested j jlainment many people find'a bowl or tank'he supplies. Price, Marcia Griffis Louise Barber -
WO 4-2881 Starkeor D-DO-IT TERMITE CONTROL i ., II ." .
Karen Williamson, td varnes.
ten ham. flOG to .......man.- fr.f CMJ.it..(iJly. w. *rvrwiMr.' Ill place in Junior Woman's' Club's I Johnny Cames, a. bear badge and iet|[I ',Burton,'born Wednesday, May Renee Belote, Stefan Brokas,' "ntlEBO

728 E. University I 1 ii Uaiho. K V.r4 Ct Ilwttwd F(.Kftp MM fc U, cxnibit. The Keystone Chapter presented silver 'arrow; Donald Hgen- wolf 18, at two minutes' 'after mid- Nancy Kingsbury, Marian Beasley. -,

Pbone 2860 Gainesville. Judges were Mrs, 1L..q, CarJ- ed ,Lodge .with, a sizable badge and gold' ,arrow;; Frank!!r n ;ht, in St.. ,Ynicent'c- Hospital Sharon Miller, and Vicki

20'Yean Experience Brooklyn Supply House ley-Mr&.Dorothy Blackmon,' and check to put into their 'bui1cli 1 Harris, ,.Jr.: 7' a wolf, badge. ','and sUrer ,Jacksonville. Mother and son area Gornto. Each student- 1H < gM) *_*

- ; and Mrs. Lena! Clemens A collection of $5Q was takenup wolf badge and gold,arrow. Boys I j I Celebrate AnniversaryOn'Fridayevening. her choice. *

I from, HlUcre'st;: and-Mrs. L. T. which in turn was doubled bya winning bobcat pins were John I I May 20, Mr. Te public is cordially invited \ ,

c INGREEN DEATON Ni land of Gainesville.. local Mason, and the entire a- Muir Steve Elmore Mickey Bro- and Mrs.. Jennings Murrhee Jr..

Play-School Kindergarten mount'was given to Mr. !, 1'on',kas, Ralph ,Murphy, Jim Smith, j and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mur- BANK HOLIDAY With Glenn Ford

REALTORSHIGHWAY Hold Exercises for his project of the year.. He.'mi i Richard Purdy, and" Kenneth : rhee were hosts at a dinner partyat and Pebble Reynolds

Children of the Happy Hour turn gave it to the local chapter\ I Nooney_ : the; Lazy Susan ,Restaurant, I The Community State Bank: of
21 MELROSE, FLA. Flay School and Kindergartenheld o! O.. E.; S. to be 'used to start at I Girl Scout Troop 190 the occasion being the '40th wed- :Starke',and the Florida Bank -,at The, LaughSensation

YOUR LISTINGS INVITED SALE OR RENTAL their closing exercises onTuesday DeMolay Chapter of boys, in,: For several weeks, the girls of;,ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. i Starke will not be open for business of the Year

morning; May 24, at 10 Keystone Heights. I,Troop '190 have been hard at O. J. Murrhee, Sr. I on Friday, June 3, Jefferson -!

Phone GR 5-2981 or 55172WINIFRED I. m. in the little schoolhouse.The Summer ,Recreation ;.work trying to earn as many' The party ,was supposedly a I Davis' birthday, a legal holiday : Also Short Feature

theme of the program was I i Board ,Meeting l li badges as possible before the end surprise for the honored couple, i, in Florida. I,
H. CRAWFORD, Associate
Hawaiia. The program was con-I i The Summer Recreation Board r rI of the season. On Sat., May 28, !bat those things have a way of .

ducted by the Kindergarten-age cancelled last week's meeting, but' tne girls'w11l go on, a, training !leaking: but. Mrs. Murrhee was

children who received' diplomas,I met instead Wednesday night, hire at Gold Head Branch State presented with a white orchid'I Year 'Round Air Conditioning

C. J. "PETE" O'CONNORReal aid who will enter first' grade May '25 with Earl Cherry, who Park with Brownie Troop 229. when she arrived at the restaurant I

p next ;3 ear. The children display- will be Recreation ,Program: Instructor I The girls.will teach the Browniesto : and was led to; the table of I IhMor HEATING AND COOLING BY DUO THERM

j led their various achievements, Plans were made and ,af I follow a triaL There will be a. which was decorated with

Estate and Service j including tap-dancing, ballet, etc. report was given on the funds !!cook-out and then an informal white gladioli and white chry-
Appraisal :
1 and there was a fashion show in designated by various Civic organizations court of awards.: ., sal1th:mums. Because this was a'' FOR AS $ 5 00 PERI.ITTLE

t which the little girls showed professional in the Keystone area. I Four girls will receive their sec- : "ruby" anniversary, the chrysanthemums AS WEEK
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights talent. Sorry, to date, no arts and crafts ford I 1 class badges;, and one girl were sprayed with a a "

PHONE 4297 i:I Mrs. Gordon Adams is director(i teacher has been located for the,will receive her frist class badge.Various i ruby coloring to color the'centers

j I jcf the school, and she has been|summer program. The board Is ,:! ? other',badges will be a- i,red. Toe piece de resistance" was CALL REDFEARN KEYSTONE HTS.

I assisted this year byMrs.: Lowell'!'ttill attempting to find such a :warded. ,the beautiful two-tiered white 4252

,LISTINGS, WANTEDOn ,Lotsteich, a dancing school teach- person Anyone who feels he can j]| Mrs. Chuck Newman has been bridal cake in the center of the

i er from Gainesville. Next years,, fill the job is asked to contact E. i;, instructing the girls} in the mak- tible. FOR FURTHER DETAILS -

Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved .Irs James Hetherington will be' E. Mal tin, or Mrs. Joe Daurer. I,lias I of pottery. i I Dinner guests Included: Mr. and

Residential Farm and Business Property.WE I the instructor in charge of musicat Martin's number is 3551; Daurer's i|"1 Party For Sara Lou I'Mrs. J. E. Carswell and Mr. and : ::I1I--------[

the school t 4331. Miss Sara Lou O'Connor,'II ,
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INQUIRIES I Speaking of next year, if you(I!SCOUT NEWSBiownie daughter!;; of Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
INVITE YOUR LISTINGS. I want your child to attend the I Troop 229 O Connor, celebrated her eighth Unwanted Hair

I Happy Hour School next year, Eight Brownies will be inducted birthday; yesterday evening with

make: plans to register with Mrs.j into Gill Scout Troop 190 at Gold :I:a steak-dinner for three special, Removed I

Adams on Monday, May 30, from 1* Head Branch State Park on Saturday i'j:Jriend5. 1; MEDICALLY

3 to 5 p. m. Her telephone number[! May 28. The eight girls By her own request Sara Lou

I b 3641. are: Leslie Beam, Ginger Bleas- ..did not have a big party, but APPROVED
DaneeRedtal I dale, Jackie Godwin. Marcia rather a dinner for a few. Guests METHODS

Saturday evening May 28.. Haber troh. Dottie Hardenber ,;. included Gina Massa, Dottie Har-1

,there will be a dance review at Cutheiine Law, Dianne Thomas. "'ienbergh, and Mickey Brokas. 1 Edmund ,

the Keystone Woman Club feat- I and Ann Triest. The girls will Class Trip
uring the pupils of Mrs. 'Lowell I meet at'the Episcopal Parish i iI i I The third'and foruth grades of i I

Lotsteich of Gainesville. There House at 10 a. m. and will be. (..I the Keystone Heights School i ELECTROLOGIST ..... -
will be children from other towns,I taken to the park In automobiles. !'ffidted: the Children's Museum in 'I TeL FR 2.8039 v -

as well as Keystone Heights. After' the. ceremony, the girls will :i I Jacksonville yesterday. For an Appointment -

There will be no admission cook their lunch.. ;: Birth Of InterestMr. I I 107 W. University Ave Suit 204 Enjoy Springtime Living

in the execution of wills and the admini- charge. For the final meeting of the ,, and Mrs. Paul -Tyre are i GAINESVILLE, ,FLA.

stration of trusts Swimming Party Today rear Brownie Troop 229 will havea ',welcoming their second son Rob- Every flay in your hm with ,' .

This afternoon, ,Mrs. Gordon swimming party on Monday, ,

Adams will give a swimming May 30. The girl are hereby reminded -

As executor and trustee, this bank appliesto party for the children taking partin to take their bathingsuits I McKAY AT KEYSTONE -@HRvSLER

the successful completion of your plans our the dance recital Saturday and towels to school on

with evening. The party will' follow re- Monday morning. : ,
sound judgment born of long experience
hearsal. Cub Scout Den 305 LAKEGESEVA-Tip top vacation ,retreat or year-round home

all of the legal' and, financial considerations involved Square Dance Set On May 20, Den '1 of Cub Pack (masonry); 100,ft. lot, nice lawn food tJ1ad .'Long; stout dO<'k.I Year', 'Round Air ConditioningTreat .

The Estrellita Club' Square 305 presented an old-time m nei- Carport. 9995. Terms. ,

Dance will be held this Saturday drama entitled: "Home Sweet I Jour whole family We eaa ioeUfi Chrysler

evening-May 28, at'm... in the Home". Members of the ,cast ,included to healthier toaterlw all-eleetric
more com
TWO bedroom fireplace
We. with I BEDROOM study (or extra ), living room ,
are thoroughly familiar income Masonic Temple. Donations will Billy Belote, Glen Few t fortable living in tbe
{I dining roOm. kitchen 2 baths.. Excellent 'construction, a eoa- cooling. 2 fate a
.estate, inheritance gift property and ,other be 50c per, person: .This sounds Jimmy Wildt, Roger Smith Ray tinuouf springtime cli that utilizes air, instead
tax matters, and can provide qualified and like a lot of un for 50c. Why not Williams, and Barry Wyman. well kept, pretty' view, corner lot. 1 mi. from post,office, Key; mate with Chrysler of water;;'to'give you air

proper management of securities and real come out 'for an, evening of good Dickie Martin was'. :stage manager. stone Heights. "A better type home." 17500. i Year 'Round Air Con conditioned comfort alt

estate. We1 are always available for consultation old fashioned entertainment. There ,were three acts,with ste- ii i ditioning. Yet can (have summer 1o g. Cash lea,
welcome Keystone O. E. S. fan'Brokas supplying musical interludes 1500 FEET on clear water lake for development or tove&t- it now-in new tame too, because it does act
and your or old-and for to much require plumbing. Stop
Honors Melrose Ledge between the acts. This ment ",!SO ,down Mortgage arranged for. remainder of .
less & lIOQII-b II t. efxcbiI .
Tuesday evening, May 17, the was true last meeting of the season. $6,2 x: ktthaa ygt1 Bi.

Keystone Chapter of the Order of The dens take,turns enter- I I

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK the Eastern Star : honored the taming the parents., awardsare LOTS, ,HOMES AND ACREAGE. We Service What We Sell ;
Melrose Masonic Lodge at their Those who have won

Member.D LC. letting in"the Masonic' HalL as follows: in Den 1, Dicky

Guest speaker for 'the evening Martin won his 'Wolf Badge and $. E. M KAY REALTOR

A Friendly! Bank in a Friendly Community was J. Edwin Larson Grand Master gold 'arrow; Barry Wyman. his REDFEARN'SPhone

of the State of Florida. Bear Badge and Gold Arrow. In
Phone Keystone Heights 3071 or 2391
Keystone Heights, Fla There were**two vOc selections Den :, David Mathias won a 4252 Keystone Heights
Senior Member Residential
by Floyd Baker byway of enter- wolf badge and gold arrow; of Appraisers 1

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t&& &&&&& &&&&&&&&&&.&. evening at 8 p.m. Why not join 3t William's Catholic )I.Wilmington; Del., to visit their 'Jueen!t and attendants. Range 22 East, run East on I J In Probatp. 'j j| uhm eiphf-rafendar! : i.ontfw"" from

them. ? The Altar Society of St. .Wil- :son and family, Mr. and. Mrs The entire program wa under South of SW boundary'a of NW line;4 604 of( said and E 910'% In lie: Estate of Nellie E. Smith I! ;u.htijiie.. it>.",fihofc the firm Harmr inifeJicaUon'demand of

KEYSTONE CHURCH NEWS. Iram's Church met on Monday J Richard N. Sunderland Jr. of tJ direction: : of Mrs. Rhuea Stak- feet to East edge of right of eotUed I l ; : I shalt!Jt. in. writing and _shall stay
Community; Church evening, May 16, in the recreation J:eystone Heights. They will be f ly, Melrose School music direct- way of State Highway No. 200* AAU Creditors And Persons tld'p a oEi bliente and jfbsr d6 ndsweftTtn ;
iurmeriy >ft>, 13>. thence run laving! Claims Or Demands Against I fi--! .bests: ,"{ tbtLabft.nI., f
HIGHLIGHTSContinued The Community Church Daily lall.! Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski, the J here about three weeks. 0 r. Northeast along said East.edgeof Said Estate: shall 'be by the cfawuant
Vacation Bible School which :sew: president, presided over thebusiness Mrs. Alice Metz of St. Petersburghas Mrs Richard P. Vogh and Mrs. 'jight of ,,-ay ;of said State : Y6a and each of you are -hereby his'-i.'ifffit'rftjo .4tbwHand any sui-h.
Highway a distance Qt :2AO feet .J notified am} repaired to preset I demand 'not H fijfd; .shall
?yy yyyy.yyyyyyy. opens Monday, June 6, will startat 1 meeting. It was decided] been visiting the H. L. Own- Ernest H. Bartlett attended the,.- for the MINT OF COHMEIXgEIENT J i6laims or demands .wfcirb 'yon datllJ l ; ;. ,
( from Preceding Page) 1:00: p.m. registration being I ta have a bake sale on Saturday,) bsy for several weeks.' Mrs. Metz Z Vomen's Training School at the > thtace run: Northeast ('r,. efeht-r of roe may haw agint ,-. 'D" BdSrtrds
long the 'East edge of right ofnay i 1 the estate of Nellie K Smith dt- FXft.r: for the .a1alate. oteJUe:
completed; before that time. Mrs. .June 11, near the post office.Proceeds :is Mrs. Ownbey's mother. Coquina Hotel, Ormond Beach of said Highway- a dis-i (,asrd. Ute of Bradford Count)'. : K -.ftW ll. he-'eas.dt.-* art
Mrs. C. H. Burkhalter, from Barry Wyman is director, and J will be used to purchase Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pigue of lay 9- 4. This 14th school was tance of 100 feet to a stake, j :.torte of Florida to the Count 9. F' ktrk 1: LaudrutdJudge '
Green Cove Springs; Mr. and I the and J material to make- new vestments. Orlando the weekend with the of Florida thence run Easterly 483 and'1 of Bradford County Florida. i u.I ,)'." i'Kt'\rilal'i-," iWtdaAte flit
faculty. helpers are as I spent ponsored: by Synod 90100: feet to a stake 360 feet )i'. his office r in the court house oiaid ',rsej fur the Estate .
Mrs. Leslie! Pigue, and Mr. and follows: in the, Primary Department There will be no more formal :Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Murrhee.r. and! had as its theme "Understand- North of South edge of West. .>: Cunin. Stark, Florida ;I!"19, 4G' ].'
Mrs. Jack Pigue from Crescent I Mrs F. W. Hawes assistedby J business meetings of the AltarSociety and family. i.ng' the Bible." Women are prepared Half of Southeast Quarter of 1 .. '- -: ':' t' T
I Northwest,; Quarter of said 11II-;: ... ,
City; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pigue I Linda and Carolyn Jean : until September. Mis Herbert Nelson and Mrs: for: leadership in their tion, Township and St'C-j 1 .' "

from .Orlando; John Pigue from I I Moody will have the beginners; Sunday visitors are again remolded C. V. Brust left Sunday morning churches: through courses such .as, thence runSouth 100 feet to aI AMBULANCE SERVICE
Miami; Mr.; and Mrs W. J. Weeks, assisted by that Sunday Mass they will' board stake thence Westerly! 503 and i i t
Mrs. Burton M. White : begin' r o i Miami where Bible Book Study, Church Extension 27/100:! feet to point of cemmenteiBent PHONE WO 4-2600 '
from Savannah Ga.: Mr. and Lee Tcwnsend. will have grades 'it 8:30 a.m. a plane for Nassau for a few days and Organization of Women said lands lying and I : ,9- ,. i

Mrs. Joel Pigue from Cross City; and 2; Mrs. Howard Murphy and Monday evening Catechism They will be gone all of the Church. king Quarter in East of Northwest Half of Southwest Quarterand :i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral-'Home-1 .

and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Harris I Mrs. E. G. Sowers will be in classes will be discontinued for week West Half of Southeast
from Keystone Heights 'charge of the 3rd graders. Mrs.I the summer but there will be Mrs. Daisy Hall left last week Faith Presbyterian: Quarter of Northwest Quarterof DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

This was indeed a happy day I'Herbert Sargeant and her assist- j Mass on Tuesday mornings at to visit her sister in Henderson- Church, Melrose! Range said: together Stum.! Township with all tenements and- Starke Fla.
Jor the Murrhees. All of Mrs. ants David Sunderland and Car 7:45 as before. ffie. N. C., after which she plansto Sunday services-Church School, hereditaments and appurtenances f

M\UT ee's brothers and sisters'olyn Ehnore will teach the Junior First Baptist Church attend the wedding of a granddaughter !J:45;: a.m. Morning Worship: 11 in anyway thereto appertaining belongingor (a- Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches

were on hand for the dinner. | Department. Pianist Mrs.1 I Rev Smith and his family re- in Washington D. C. up, Rev. James R Neale Jr., pas- boas* State Road 200 existedin '

The{ couple received many lovely j I It1ts..as Thomas Garner, and Mrs. HerBert !turned from Miami Beach last From Washington, she will go to I;or.. right 1955)..of nay: EXCEPT of said road additional. 'V'" .

well.Duplicate Sargeant as' leader will be! \weekend and he gave an accountof Baltimore to visit her daughter veyed since 1955; con-I MECHANICS TRUCK OWNERS
Results I in" charge of the music. !J the convention at the Sunday before returning to Keystone TRINITY EPISCOPAL This order and notice shall be ---
Thursday evening 19, t CIltkCH; MELROSE -published once aeek for four
May Mrs. Kenneth Cooper Mrs. J-1 morning service. Heights: consecutive weeks in the Eiadford New Crank Shaft Grinding Service '
the Keystone Heights Duplicate I W. Warren Margaret Muir and II | Vacation Bible School will begin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinck Sundays 10 a. m.. Church C"unty Telegraph, a duly qualified

Bridge Club met for an evening I I Carol Campbell will compose the on June 13. Mrs\ Ted Oglesby have moved from Mrs. James ,School. 11:15 a.m. Morning Prayer County newspaper, Florida.published in Bradford Special Introductory Offer -.

at play with the following results i refreshment committee. Registrars I will be Bible School Principal this house into their new recently I II and Sermon (First Sunday WITNESS my hand a* Clerk of Telephone Us COLLECT For information

: Mrs. Ann Eissell and Mrs. I I are Margaret Muir, Carol i iI i year. I completed home in Sunrise Park. Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal That said, Florida Circuit Court and the of BradfordC'.unty seal of
Tel. 9-2376
tress Burns tried with Mrs. Edith Elmore- Episcopal News outdone by .some of VAlley .
Campbell and Carolyn Not to be ] ) :Young Churchmen. raid Court at SUrXe Florida, this I
Larsen and Mrs. Nan Hopkins for I I There will be an important Seven men from St. Anne's nl; school mates, Bruce Sunder- ;Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy 4th day of :May, 1960.

Jlrst place; Mrs. Gladyce Bach- meeting of the faculty and help- Parish spent last, weekend at land is now sporting a cast on his Communion. O'HSCIMT COfRT SEAL) mm BROS. MACHINE q WORKS
!&i Charles A. :Darby
mann and Mrs. Dell Kyle were I ers for the Bible School on June Camp Weed as a sort of cleanup foot, having broken a bone while The Rev. Millard II. Breyfogle, C.tik of the Circuit Court of
educational committee to get the camp in playing baseball at school last I Bradford County, Florida I 44 S. St. Augustine Fla.
second place winners while Mrs.; 1, at 6 p.m.. in the Whitney St. --i ,
.readiness for the influx of chil- week. 5'5 4t 5,26,;
Emery Cooper and Mrs. Sarah I building. .
dren at the close of school. Jimmy McMurtry Eric Red- & 9u1u.. 24 HOUR SERVICE -

Mansfield were in third place. The Cottage Bible Hour will beheld The E. Y. C. held its regular learn, and David Schaeffer attended Vicar.GRIFFIS .
In The Court Of The County .JodJOe.1
If like of in the Manse on Wednesday. afternoon at the the Pa-
you an evening ser- meeting Sunday the game between LOOP Bradford Coantr, Mate Of "'

ious bridge, then the Duplicate June 1, at 7:30: p.m. The First I home of Pat LaMee on Little ,. latka Red-legs and the Sanford tu -

Club is for you. They meet at Chapter of the. Phillipians will be I II E Keystone Lake. Swimming dancing Greyhounds in Palatka Friday I FACTORY PRICESOne
I games and refreshments By Verble KartelliAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,
the Masonic Hall every Thursday the study.. I I"Don't were enjoyed. About 20 boys and verting.COMMUNITY
Quart 0
girls att nded. CHURCH e F E E'1th KMh
HobNobbersMr. Rev. and Mrs. B. W. Sweat I
With The Mr t
Settle For Less, Than A Jim Toney"JIM and Mrs. E. A. Haertle of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS :and Mrs. Robert Cameron and or Gallon \ buy. 'b'rj -, !

and Silver Lake were dinner guestscf Dr. Albert C. Holt."Minister Mis. Frances Cameron of Jacksonville .

TONEY HOMES $1495 Mis. Haertle's sister. Miss Mrs. J. L. Hetherington were guests of Mrs. Minnie Prices Start at $2 qt.-$3.95 Gal. ''j i

up Peggy Payne at a ,Gainesville Organist and Choir Director Austin and Mrs. Jossie Lee

MO. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS 37.50 Restaurant sion being the last week Haertle's the .silver occa- ing Sunday Worship School 11:00 9:45 a.iru a.m. Morn- Woodcock. and Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Thomas. O'Brian MARY CARTER PAINT STORE 1

wedding anniversary. They were '1:19. children and Mrs. Bill Har- 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7 88AQOA

married 25 years on May 16. iell were in Gainesville last Friday f t
Dwight Mitchell son of Mr. and shopping., w ai "
Mrs. C. E. Mitchell entertained KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ 41 attended the mass meeting

about a dozen of his friends at R. Smith pastor Ralph at ,Brooker Baptist Church last 1

an informal party at his home Copeland Minister of Music and Thursday night from Boatdrair +
.or Friday evening. May 20. There church organist. church and won the attendance WE RECAPTRUCK POOLS l l'

dancing games, and l"e- banner.
0 were
Services: Sunday School 9:45a. TIRESFrom
freshments.Mr. At' the time of this writing our
m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I
and Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. revival will be half over and for 7.50 x 20 Thru All New -- All Shapes !
Training Union 7 1 p. m. Evening
:uid sons Pete and Hank have those; that haven't attended come 10.00 x 20 !I and Sizes t J
services B p. m.
been visiting relatives and friendsin on out and hear Rev.. William ,
No Money Down .- No Charge For Travel Wilmington Del., and are expected affair."Make" church worship a family I sneak'and hear he and his girls STOP TAKING r

,, r II I I I I home this weekend. Mr. drag, you will get a real blessingout CHANCES

JM TONEY BUILDERS Morgan's mother will accompany ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL of it Song services at 7:3: ( WITH WORN

P.O. BOX 368 them to Keystone Heights for a CHUKjCH, KEYSTONE aud preaching at 8 p. m'., at the( TREADSLet

FLA.. here. close of our revival next Sunday,
WALDO, visit
Sundays 9:30: a. m.. Church I
Please have salesman call on -: -*- < Mrs, C. J. Bastedo a former School. 9:30: ant. Morning Prayer May 2y.: we will have dinner on Us Re-Cap Your
; : ; in Jacksonville the grounds, Tires For And II
Keystoner who now lives and Sermon (1st Sunday Holy everyone welcome.Mr. Economy I

Nalna._. __4 spent last weekend with I Communion), ,.6 p.m., Episcopal and Mrs. Rex Brookins and Safety!
her friend Mrs. Gay Livingston Young t iurcmnen.f children of Cocoa visited Mr I jiS-LOW AS ,
.\cJdJoe ::'- Holy Days 7:30: a.m., Holy $2,000
Elfreich. Orville Brookins II -
daughter Mrs. Daniel in Hampton over
'< .
Approxlmate.ocatlOD, ___:.- > __:;: Communion. H,., NEW DUNLOP
I and her grax ddson. pansy EH; Thtd" : th r (-wEekend. jI j PHONE TODAY: 1? x 27 Size
; 'Wednesday Parish '7 r ne .a I jI
T.'ik' .
riech, Jr.. are guests'of Mr. anc ....d'S. eO) of Jacksonville TIRES I -' i r t x
--------- ---- Covered Dish '
j 6 6:30
Supper or : daughter of Rev. W. Keystonedleights 4303 gip. >l Down
I understand I am under no obligation. I will be home Mrs. Casper Brune and daughter : and Mrs. B. Bernice, of Keystone Club Estates pjn.The Sweat was a visitor in '.churcr
on _._._._u LAt_-__M. Mrs. Dillon and Mrs. Brune are Rev. Millard'H.. Breyfogle, Sunday morning. STARKEREGAP (Collect Calls Accepted) UpTo5tYTSTo Pay
,. Vicar. p
sisters. The visitors arrived on % Boatdrain Baptist! Church

PLUMBING, WHUNG AND INSIDE FINISHED Monday. May 16, from theii ..;: .Sunday school 10 a. m.. Morning CO.
St. William's'Catholic TRiEST CONSTRUCTION CO.
:MATERIALS CAN BE ADDED AT SMALL home in Freeport, Long Island. Chapel..T : Worship 11 a, m., Training I .,. .
ADDITIONAL CHARGEIf Mrs. Marcella Kritsberg 01 f Keystone Heights Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship'I Temple Ave. -i1.r.''';-1" : "f!" ,,.-ctii.....'.-{

Babylon, Long Island, is visitirig Sunday Mass at 8:30 8 $ W: Prayer Meeting, Wed.
: a. m. + P. 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights Fla.
You Don't See Us First We Both I.oseIoney!\ Pt.oneYO 4-0221 *
her mother Mrs. Beatrice Lavey,, Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. night *:::30 p. m. Pastor Rev. B. W.j t

JIM TONEY BUILDERSCALL and her sister Mrs. Beatrice Sen. Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. Sweat. Everyone welcome. -,

Confessions before all \ .
rceder, in Keystone Heights. -----
In The Court Of Thf County .lad,;.,
COLLECT PHONE HO 8.2781-NALDO, FJ.A. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Sunderland I marriages sand Instructions Prndford ('ouotT.t.t.. Of Florid a I 4t
by appointment.MELROjSE. In Probate. .
arc arrived Monday morning from I fn Re- Estate Of Nellie E. Smith, Fr WkYv,rc S F<
4. 'T<1 All Persons Interested In ThE.I la
Hstale Of Said Decedent:
Your arehert'by notified that i iwruion 1
instrument purporting t .a&&A&&&&. be the last will and testament oj
(Continued -.ud decedent has been admitted t< .
Preceding Page)
probate in this court. You are here
l>y cornanded within six ralenda sv 1
cake and ice cream. Guests in- nonths from the date of the firs w '
cluded Misses 3f blK-ation of this notice to aPPeal
Betsy Holden and In this court and show cause, i il '4
Ajnette Terrell, and Masters any you can, why the action of thl!; Np r :t : Ma Ib
; Harry Jackson, Benny and Danny (putt Is admitting said will to pro 4;
bate should not stand revoked.
CeL our BFArA OOU-on Scpp, Tony and Stevie Ross and Theron A. Yawn, .. II
Jimmy Neale. Eddie, received County Judge ?
; 5U9( 4t 6j; ..
,. ,
many nice gif ts.Duplicate 4,6 ti ra4
I i today special at Bridge 'winners last IV TUB CinCtIT COIKT Ol -y., ( y I
: : week were, 1st, Mrs. Allen Graham 1 imiDFORD> CII.\>CERY.'Ot'XT1', FLOKIOJ. v> .,;:' I

i it and Mrs. R. P; Hollis; 2nd COY DUnoiXS, Plaintiff, _
rnnr\ .. Mrs, Arnold Larsen t 8. >-, "'" tG
DFALEPX I and Mrs. Mil- : I
ton -Staraes ELIZABETH: DEITZ et al, $[ ;,/,.. (z A. 9.
I ; Mrs. A. C. Defendants 4
"!- Spires and Mrs. Dottie Scully. %OT"'. OF SLIT 1t

Jl7I' ,1 i Helen The Bolivia Foster. ,winner,*** was Mrs. IN EJizabeth THE FLORIDA XUIE'OF I Delta: TO, :a THE widow STATE, hosrvj'deme OI ?
1R" 1U>I N(7'ft'f1! .t '\t .(! I lf t Misses Mary and Maudie\ Tyre13'e Iiuniie Deitz.Is Sylva Danny, North Deitz.Carolina Denis*; 9. 1be \ :' l
been chosen '
\IIi>" represent Dci'z, the residence of each of whon"
__ Melrose High School at the 4-H i Iss; Sylva, North Carolina, and thE _
t.'F. t.
-- ,
t.I I unknown heirs devisees. legatees
I Short Course in Tallahassee.The l 1iE'lou'rs.! grantees, creditors an< '
1960 Bulldog, tl e,.,Melrose otl.er claimants claiming any in :
( (: i High School rnt-st in the hereinafter desert d a dre x __ T -
r ) arrived: tHjrHK-rty: by: through under 01
'\II! 1'\ and was given out last week. against IViiford\ Cline Deitz, de-
Music Program 'Presented* ."eased;
.I 'Y( n, and each of you are herebJL'1UIlt'd ;
\ Emory Cross and Kathi SippreI! that a suit In equity ha
were crowned King and Y Queen '.....n ought against you In th<
Cwcuit Court of Pradford County
Thursday night in the Melrose ,
Ftucui. and you are hereby sum
High School auditorium, following istihed, ordered and required to fit<
rout written answer or defenses tity
the presentation of the
an- j-oiuplaint filed herein again 1
nual Musical Festival Attendants yon In\ the above entitled cause i iillue n
included office of the Clerk of sail
Amour and Pat- te' r
''a.grl-at Starke, Florida, on e J
-y Hinnant; Sir and Lady At- before' June S, 1$60, and to sere re i
tractiveness; James Allison andS a copy of such answer upon Ilolli s
llere'a your cL'noe U> .6Y.1| the Wftrld-M8ttD'f'St \' Knight, plaintiffs attorney
deal ever oil the 'ktunning Ford Fairlane jsan Bass Sir and Lady Personalhy h *;(in. whose address is P. 0 Bo:y
Yo we're WFREAIMING'TO ; Bill Pace and Beth Pierce It:: Starke.. .Florida on or befon "'
500-or other Ford in the house! -
oq any
the Law
: late, required by e
tradinr:, ttadi beat 'cm all-during our Sir arid Lady Scholarhip; and of .Florida and the Florida Rule s
Ford Dealen TradingFair. Your present car is worth s. '" BEAT THE TAR OUT OF Hark Gaboardi and ,Pat Preston, ,,f Cirif Procedure, If you fail ti -ik 134 Wufi
more to IB, ww-than you ever reckoned possible! Not Sir and Lady Leadership. TheKing do co decree pro confesso relieIii
poly that, but look at all you get! ll'ont fxrjomaxt? Ford COMPETITION DURING. ', entered against you for the i -
ii famous for it-uith the sparkling pep of the Mileage.. and Queen attendantswere demanded in said complaint.The c
Mater Six er! the commanding authority of the Thunder- CUR BIG TRADING EVENT, members of the Senior nature of said suit i* ti I
to th
tir< owp,\-8't fi'aat camjart?Ford wrote the book on it I '- Until Class- plaintiff fo.etlose and a contract recorded given in Deed Boo INSIST ON AN ELECTRIC WISE IN YOUR KITCHEN..AND AN ELECTRIC WATER HEATER IN YOUR HOME

-witlj! wider doer.openings-loads of room for all six GOING OIL Pages, chosen from the Junior J>5, at page 51, et seq. of the publfcrecord : J
riders front -buih- reple of Bradford County, Florida from old-fashioned flame
-generous seat fcjam padding a Class! were Michael Lawrence and Switch now open-
eemftrt through and through! Hasstyle'? j Nothing will upon the'oUowing described property Do
cooking and water heating. away
Carol Allison Charles Brown and situate in Bradford CeuntJKi.
dress up your driveway more proudly. Come today!
Take immediate delivery!Drive a. '60 Ford tonightl .. '- Linda! Strickland Winslow Fred- From rids U the-Hit Southwest: corner o:f i flames, fames and offensive odors. Enjoy

'Aptioaat sl shalt odditbaal CMC' '.-' tncksfon and Carol Hansen and of the East half: of Sotitbwrs't modem, worry-free push-button Eving... J
Alwin and Delores Quarter t>f 7Si>rtbw 'H Quarte:r and of mind that's priceless.! Coolest,
..i"': ... Lilly Pridgeon. Section peace ,
(Fish of SW ofWW)
;_ &; @ The Kings attendant was Ray 10. Township C South, cleanest fastest cheapest,..and the changeover e
Yal I ION $! BsrTOps. T Renfro and the Queen's.attendantas is easy! See your electrical appliance +

THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR CARS 3TERWILLEGAR F..D.A.F.Al", Sandra Ridaughi BRIGHTEN UP! dealer or plumber.
Mare LaVrence and Barbara

Whitehead, both from, the 8th -. Painting and Decorating iHh I FLORIDA POWER i LIGHT COMPANY
grade were the crown bearers.The At LOWEST PRICES UII.mu\r HELHNQ BUILD FLORIDA

MOTORS Boys choir: and the Senior CallDAWKINS "(tIIJt. .
girls choir sing several numbers Painter. 1 -

from' Oklahoma" and '"Carousel.". The k;>tJl/;' << .

206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE FLA. The band played processional: 4 HE. South St. .- '-" '= > -" --"
< "
I:aid recessional for the King and ','_ a_ (3'E. _. -4tU, t.\._ A. ",. P'i_ .___'ft-f' __A': ___>-_n'y' _, i\il1fI;:,...._.:




AZ _, 31A1 '28? I960 B>iAnirosn-COUNTY TELEGSAPa. STA3KCFLdBH PAn NINErmifirMfVfTtytTTTfTT

.... .-- .- .
> Jion Club met Thursday morning!' Friday night was enjoyed by all .week May 27. OS. WALNUT Sf.STAIKf .
:*\i- May, 19. at the home,of Mrs. A. who 'atte lded.. The:characters 'all School closes 'on Wednesdaynext

L y H.Harley. The purchase of a flag appeared as good.Hillbillies. week. June. 1? with a full FIA4 p gg GRY

,'" .L;.,... v.-B ?.dlscussed.and it was decidedto Sympathy, is 'extended: to Mrs. day's schedule that day, until 'the
*, EasaBlanebltdiaa.aus get one in the'nearJ future,' or Mary'Lock and Mrs.J. ..Eunice closing: time, ,2(5,p..m. according : V V Sugar Cured D
*'. "I .':..:i-;':: -. jrnm/one' .can be found with 50 in .the .deatk.pf their:$grandmother to J. ,C. Hobbs, principal: Final V T V
stars. A cookout was planned forth Mrs. Mattie DowelL exams will be keeping both stu V. QQU Tl/ff
J1 "f r*i1 *-**! '' *. "next meeting 'at Mrs. Pear- 'E. '
u. -.K3,i'M':1.e... '''.. >WSCS ;Mr. and-.Mrs-B; Reddish dents and teachers .bUS) during .
;'f iesdiY).n1gh1; M y.:16: ,'with sen's. Each V member had broughta visited a friend,. Preston vJoyner,' the last'week,of school.
ricElllsV when-'plans were made sack lunch and after the meet- In the Live Hospital' Sunday, Hugh B7 Ingramr,Jr. 'Bradford
t.'..,8tatlley party:t4'be-'given tar,adjourned, the eight members Mrs. Ralph Starling eras honored County 'High School principal
."t"ih, $ chtttth' annexv'this Friday present spent social hour -visiting with a .Stork'Shower' last Friday will be guest'speaker for the graduation
; over their sandwiches and at the home' of Mrs. Edwin exercises next weekRev.W. .
ht t ft o'clock.: ---
; > 'At the. close. .orleCmtetirig
;, the hostess-- servedreihmentsto.the iced tea.The Starling, After :contests, andgames : McElory., pastor' of.Hamp .. '
!i. 12 members play,.Hessie of the Hflls Mrs.,St rl1ng was,,:presenttd ton Baptist Church, will'speak"at Full
';"t( '.: : : presented -by.,the 9th grade. oft with a,, number,gifts.: Re- the baccalaureate service on. "Sunday B
Th ',Home Demonstra- Lawtey Junior High School last freshments; here served I by the afternoon... .,.'.;..">' Cut C
l. > hostesses Mrs, .Edwin ,Starling, 'The summer. 'recreation ?program fwe xf000$ 4r m \ ,

.. Mrs. Freddie Stephens. and 'Miss set up by the Bradford( ; : llt Half
'!-. J Ruble.; Johnson. Counts School Board,. will: begin
; Mrs.,O. W' Durham of Jacksonville on.June 13. The swimming, pro Csj or
T.HAN: KtS AGAIN! was .the,Fr1d y- overnight gram for non-swimmers,. win beheld
guest of her,sister-- MISS'Elizabeth each morning: beginningJune WholeLb
.. .
,, Terry. She; ,'also .visited another 13, with. a bus through
sister 'Mrs. Joyce Futch. Hampton at* 75.5; each .morning *
: Mrs. D. A. Jones and Mrs. H.' five days a w !tMr. Hob s J
.: 'r 0 BRADFORD COUNTY W';Bennett attended- picnic last' stressed that thes.cWise& 'iwe ,

V week given for the census enum- only for those, children who cannot ,
fand Union, swim have' '. "- .,
erators Bradford who -attended : L _
l'E Counctles at Lake Butler Lakeside school at least one'year. Advanc- 'Gr t/M'' '
"J '
: '
.4qy Parr" Eleven' enumeratorsenjoyed ed' swimming 'classes will.be setup .
; cFS cYta ." .. .
', .'r 1.' the delightful luncheon In July,' he said. .
V _.
.w /
and boat tid s.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs:. Himpton'Baptist VBS
Robert E. Lee included Mrs. Cho- Begins Friday Jane '3 PSG CHOICE HEAVY WESTtRN MATURE .

Juachi and children, Mrs. Mia ,Friday next week, June 3, at 9
: Brazil of Orange Park and Mr. a. m. will be registration pre
r : and Mrs. Denero and children of paration day for vacation Bible

Jacksonville.Mr. school at Hampton Baptist '
., ,. .- and Mrs.. Earle Teston and churchT wIt11 'a parade through
". r children spent Sunday' with Mr. Hampton as highlight of'the first cwuucI ROAST IB 49CPSG
.! W and Mrs. J. 'C... Prevatt Jr. in day's activities. "
Ocala. The school will run for five
t 'V Mrs. .Jack Harvey of Orlando, days after .preparation, day from

, ......: '. qA aid Miss Aline Brown of Orla Monday through' Friday June 6-
Vista visited the Carl Prevatts 10, from 5 a..m. to 12.noon.each
;: the: first.of.the week. day There will be.classes for ages CHOICE HEAVY WESTERN MATURE

..'" The Wilbur Bells of Jackson three through. 15. Beginners
..:a'I':: v vile and Francis and Raymond through Intermediates accordingto

;. .: t tr Prevatt arid families of Georgia. W. P. McEroy, pastor.
were here last week because of Special activities for the week ,
;:l the illness .of Mrs. Susie Prevatt. will Include flannelgraph stories OAS1L11P.
For; your splendid 'support at the polls on We are glad to report that the music handicrafts and refreshments -
; patient came home Saturday froma as well.as Bible.study ,for
;. i Tuesday. YOU paid! ,me the honor of making! 'short stay''! the.hospital andis all age groups. k .
r '' man'for Governor:in county doing nicely... '. Anyone wishing transportationto
me high yoiir. ; attend the school is asked to. '
in>: both: primaries and 'I Jam.; 'd ,ply- appreciative. TTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTT'. contact Other Rev activities McElroy at ?the; church ( -

.,.To all ,those, who worked so untiringly his past week' Included ail'\i XtA
" HAMPTONBy softball game with Madison/.St.:;
,for me in Bradford County* I wilt .. Baptist Church'RAs: 'in _Starke BREAKFASTWD
M I.'o, : .E. om.AAAAAA.AAAAAA !ast Saturday. Madison St., j>oys I
.j always ..be :especially grateful. !won'the game, IS-S. .YWA's of the
:: ..a,- --A.. a s. church served refreshments "at

.:1. \ Baccalaureate Graduation :the family night. prayer meetingat
.11 : SINCERELY At Hampton,School Next Week the church Wednesday evening .

'f \ .,, ...._'.. ""Eighth grade.baccalaureate 1 service this: week;: /. -_'{ ;s' LS C' _
will be held"in the"Hampton The young adult Sunday School c9 CELLO .
. FARRIS BRYANT; Elementary' School auditorium at class.of' the chnrciris holdinaprospect" $ .
: 3 p. -m.. Sunday, 'May, 29, with :supper at. the "church "
< "' >" .,. I graduation exercise .at' 8 p. m. Saturday evening'-ihiH-W ek.Ma1 .I
'::r V :;: _. .. : evening.; Miy 31, also,in '!
.t.. Tuesday 28, at.7:30p.m.. ; : ,-.-v.Cordelia ;.
.'. / the school auditorium r --
i. : f = : "
-\ ((
(Pd..PoL/ dv.j' .
;' Visitation day at'the school for .Ann, .1$ ,

next first graders and their Has Birthday Party i .'
VI; ) I : : year's '
: : '. \ parents ';willbe;' on Friday: .this ,Cordelia Allen,' daughter:of Mr/: ONo'

. .. and Mrs;',E. D.':Allen, celebratedher t
I thirteenth1'"birthday' with: si
. -
iEirty Friday ..evening; May 20, at
the Allen' farul"-near Hampton. '-
: '. Twenty :four 'were present' for
. : ': : games".,.and refreshments of> cake '
'MANY 'MANY THANKs : 'and 'Ice:;cream: Game"prizes .were
'won by"B1ll'pil11Ps'and: Nancy n
'. ... .'." Zatek.. Coidel a's1l birthday was
t !
... "..i' t
'\ .. 3 .. '. .:. &G .v.,; ('-'' on May 17- .:. J1GAL *
V J Iris Hart Honored "F V / .. At.'Stork ,Shower '_. ; V
V. : Mrs.. Wilton Hart of ..Hamptonwas ;. .
V J .. .( ., guest of. .honor at a"stork '' .SOJ" .\ J U &
:, TO shower Thursday evening. May
THE"VOTERS"l': ( 19. .at the home of Mrs. Lucile .t#' e' 'S' .,
Vickery in Starke. /
OF. v*... ,f;'.. .- Game prizes were won by Mrs. { ie. LIMIT-1 WITH .

Hart.Lynn McCullough. ':. /"and.-Joan a '.., 4.. ... 5.00 FOOD ORDER) !
-* '
NV&i BRADFORD. COUNTY, :?i .t : Bennett.Refreshments. cake and cold. ,

drinks were served after opening { -
FOR ELECTING ME -' .. A, of the gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. -

.. Retha. Bennett and. frs,_VickCty. fIJ

Fifteen were precut .,. +\*.
YOUR. .' ; .
_____ I : ... Personals. 'Vwv"Mrsi IB CANLIMIT1
Bill Hansen underwent
; : COUNTY COMMISSIONER, : 'surgery at Bradford County.Hos- WITH
-.< '-. pital 'last week, and expected to
$5.0)) FOOD ORDER)
'' be able to return home sometimethis .
DISTRICT 3 ,. :, .. '
a. : .. ,J ..'r .. i '.. week. fl1SVii
:." Mr. arid Mrs: C. L. Barnes and
'I'- ._.' .. or, .,' Monroe Garrison Mrs. iii 1J
\....., .\, .J. _,'.", daughters, r--ri
HOOAN SMITH .. :' ,; ;" : ,?Of" ..\:' p .>. Ina Knight and -fion, and Bonnie

,. ..ft.. ;. .... '.. ... .....?tw... ....;'. ",'t.'\ {"." Hastings yisftedthe'.Willie Tucker
'-..'...'. oS. 4", family in: LIke Oak-'Sunda,7

I t-:y .. Enrou home they visited the _
'_ : 11,' \1 ; Stephen Foster :Tdemorial.in, __

,I wish' .to thank each and' every one of you from;the "<* j White"Mrs.Springs Leon Bauls ras.taken1. ; \ is.T ; "C ;' _
bottom ,work Bradford. '.CDOnty:H itaf. of heart for the supporters did in r
my my. eek".
-. ,, Starke, for treatment l? ;

this .'Second Primary. I am deeply grateful. '. ,*<'l: cadMrs. Marie' Clemons ,aid .thU- !
J .t' t ;'...." .. dren of, HeUbrorin: were; Sunday '
I -want .to also express appreciation to my fine 'opponent -.i.; : visitors'at the Joe''Forsyte home
here;. and Mrs.T'bt5yth'ssisters:
>" : Mra., Minnie Lee.Silcox of' Heilbronn -' ( SPERVLI4t
::Seeber Goodman. It '
was a good clean campaign : days
is' several-
to i .. ; spending .' ..

arid. "I I. .certainly. .' '. h9n.or'ljis. friendship'now:as always..'.. '- :t.. "" here)Irs. A.:; A. Edwards- entered V ,
.' County Hospital in
', ... ., '. Bradford :
Eoline: and each- .of" my children want:to'.say a special l .. Starke this"w et.' to 'undergo-an WITH $5.00
.. .. )-,. .-1. operation.Mr. FOOD ORDEF ..
and Mrs..Richard May and
thanks>< for'your wonderful support and vote of confidence'.._ : daughter of Homestead spent last S.

weekend here with their'parents, LFD
and to visit Mrs. C. L.'May in the
'r I promise to to the best of ability
serve my as.your,, Alachua County Hospital.. She

County, Commissioner. ', ., _:. '"',' was able to return. ... .home. : the.. first.... & o* t&CD 7 I'; ,
-i. ,
_.* '. f .. .- t f%..< .;.. Jl ... .-. -.V.-JL-. of .this week.: --r j. )t. ZRdd
: > ;' .: :V1 SPGCiRlS U\PtFAlI poStoN
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Lots 7, 8, 9 '& 10 of 't' Lot 1 SIDof Lot 18In 11,.. W. T. Mar.
Elk :3 I in .
Sunny Town wall 161.84
of Lawtey
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy AcresSD Alfred Barnes .lit I: of Ry W. .J. Barber I.U lr ot2YN & S by 46H' '

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l"--: Alf MarizU Lot % 1n Blk J6 inlwtey .. :' cor of Lot 3 of BlkIS ,. 5.
W Temp S/D 2] 1 U & E "\ .,. f'": '
Ry HarryKittles = 5.n 'r'
Ozbra Shell Barnes 3-05 < in Orig -town of ;1. .. .
\ .' One Lot 190 ft E. I ..r1 ';...i' Starke) -.- James
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........................, .__..__.....A ,..- .- .- .- .& of N -f .' W by274FtN &S: 4' ,.- ." .., : worth 14.42.
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305 ft. SELY 423.3ft :
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N w creation Site will be provided for persons wish-I S 179 ft, W 347 : ,' ", ..
Law ey E of R7 Jot'enb Cnmber7.11 .Ccr of Lot i of BlkU '
for I ft to POP Ex 1 Lot :;,. ;: >,
Magnolia Lake State Park ng to go. Cars and buses will in Orig, Town. of F' SS
Copt at SW Cor of
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In NW Cor 75 ft N ; .
colored people is rf>w open and load at Allen Chapel on Pine by 100 It E & W 21 6 3! Leatha .Shingles Pat. Lot lt&RunE100: rft. s. ... J'" .' Starke "vCi.m : < .'. .F." -.C.' HolllngsworUi'

Otis Arnold Street and tenon 8.14 for a POP.. Run ; : u." Est "* '-- -" %1.60.
the manager Rev. leave at 5 p. m. If you r
210 E of .
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N 111 fL E n ft. Fr : k"t;
; extends an invitation to all colored want a delightful evening join I Lot In SW Cor of' \ :.:. S 131 ft. W j; ft to Cor of Broadway & .. .r
DaS of R2W in '
citizens to take advantage of this at Allen Sun- POE In Town If Hoyt Sts & run N f.
group Chapel .
Temples SD; being ,
JG5 ft E 52 ,
r ': ..' Lawtey E of. Ry Ev ',.- % Ft S .1
the recreation facilities offered. approx 100' E&W 105 Ft W
S4 LouisaBrown 52H ft to .. '
The park is located off Highway day.New Bethel Baptist Church : by IS!' N&S 21 1 1 t:. :d.,' ., James A. Griffls. 5.59 Lot 1110 ft E It: W .. .Of .,> ;7by ...J' 13.01r IOP. 28 f 22--- = C1Jde'W.. Coleoa St.37

1 21 just a few miles north of Keystone Rev. A. B. Vinson'pastor, held regular BlkiSofRi WExLotlnNECor '.. .: .. 1:1: ft N &: S ", _-.; ',..i '- Lot' 3 of BIk 8 in L, 1'. _

* ( '. -' In SW Cor 9f Lot .:. .:. ,z ;Co S/D .Louvegie. '. Robln6oD -J.7J
Heights, and is on the pastoral service on Sunda3 WX : ; ', 1'l in Town Of Lots 1 &; 2 of Blk 7 .
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shores of beautiful Magnolia Lake. with the pastor in charge. On 150 ft N &S &: E% "''; >.',,:'" Lawtf'y E of fly : -." Daniel .strong lU in L-T Cos''SDEX _

Facilities for swimming, picnic Sunday Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten of BIt: 1 & 2 S .of "" ,-F. Corn At SE Cor or 5> .,. :?)i't.;'.;.. E S8 Ft RiW, of Lot 3 of .3act- Lane 1Ui.

tables etc. available. which RZW&BIk2S Elk J8 &: run W 80 ." "_"" ": '. ;. : Bik 15 in LT t Cos "
is the
are sponsored by ofRl'VEx24AIn .. Ft for a POE, run : : '.' "D : .ft. i : >, .
* American Legion Auxiliary enurch will present its first grad- SE Cor in-Tern- '" N274ftW8OftS/ ; .' 5-_ .<, '. N3AFtotLot4of .-f -- Enoch' Tyson ,33.60
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Post 314 and Auxiliary will be uation exercise. The program will pies S D also Ex -: -. .' ; ,'" :H.rtE80ft nPO S--4 ''q' 'f RN Blk 18 In L Tie'; "
l'arf'1 sold Desc.M 1n Town of Law- >. ,; Cos .C/
= SD;
represented at the Department begin at 11 a. m. Seven little college ? 63 Pg 41 & Ex .. "; \ tey E'of Ry't..: Albert -Wllllams 1.11 Alberta Watkins
I }. '. Lot 1 of Blk 48 in L .
Convention in from J Par Sold DB 85- '' C..m At SW Corn? ,1\: ; =
( Tampa Maya graduates wiU march down -r :
84.55Lesiye : ,
349 21 6 23 > \- El Rancho. Motel .T &: Cos S'D John H. Hicks 4'.',

26 to 29th. Mesdames Alease Ty- the aWe of the church. A total Lot 1 thru < of Blk i '.: ..' -. t Ft.Elk for 11 &a run POB N run 174 ': ,.. '.-.- sga- ,:.""',:. -7 : < Lots'2 of Elk-. 48 in .- .: \ yeT -' ." i C.-'!

fcn and Corean McNeil will be of 18 pupils will take part in the lOin X Reno S/D .;+"_ Best' & Inez W iiO ft, X' 102 Ft. 1: -- -'. -- L T. & Cos Sp; \ .:' :,-' ",..l :. ;. ,Sallf 1 Jo. Wll- ;
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6.14 ; 15.3
,:;. I:'J Hlghtow'R E iO fL S 103 ft : ..
delegates for the Auxiliary and program. You can't afford to miss '.: ., to : : '. > '" "
I X!. of Lot 2 & Lots3,4,5,6&7ofElk ,:
Lot 3 of 'Blk 14 in ;{ \. Nm fit Town of .3'l: _.
Commander Julius Royal will be the beautiful songs and recitations -. : r
North Reno S/D Annie Mae Presley .awtl'Y E of Ry ( '_ ltottrrt Austin 8.111"t'7 .

delegate far the post. He will be by the group and the vocal J i" rEt Al 3.05 In Town of"I..'W.. Barber .1.11 4 jn L T & Cos S/D 'Etta Brownlee 206.9S

Lot 3 of Elk\ 20 In X -c.' "La"rtey E of Ry "- .... W!4 of Lot 1 of Blk. i
wife solo
his L. little
accompanied by Mrs. by Pattie Mitchell. The .
Keno SiD'| ..: Sally P.Williams. 1.77 loin L T & Cos i

M. Loyal, president of the Auxiliary I i main address will be delivered byI Lota 4. 7 of 61k 20 ?-: ,- .'*:* .. :i X et lClI Lot Ft U of In 5,325 Town Ft )":': > ; Add 1It! ; Farmer's Supply 56.41

The Auxiliary under the )I Mrs in X Reno SD; ; = Willie Mae Powell !.55 .. Ollie elms 6. 7.3 & 9 of BIll: ;., .4-{
X13. .4. Iff. teacher gf first Lot '1 &*2 of Blk 22 .P. :: .f" o' La1l"tev; .E o.t tJ I Bell Brantley 1.11 11 in L T &: Cos .!I} .;... ",

leadership of Mrs Royal has received -I glade at RJE. Other participantswill I jn X Reno S P ;. >.- : Mable fwman: 2.55: S 165 Ft ot Lot 32 In' ,,' ;.'" Add '" ,Denver R Devrlck 275.44

for the first time' a mem- be Principal Eddie Thomp- Lot 8 of Blk fin' Ga- ': E Town of of Lawtey' .. ". Lot :3 I of mk 31 in LT .: ; J ':
hagan S/D Ex R/W Aaron HolleyWillie. 1-77 J.l": Jessie-Lee Barber & Cos Add Zoaia' Morgan IUt
beship card for "Swift Pace Setters kras Mesdames A. Chandler B. :30 tkto' POB W 200 '
"- 4 in Temples Add
Lot 10 of Blk 3 in Ospagan wN
Club. They are among the J. Lennon; and O. R. 'Shell. Mrs. fDParcel -',:: Green Fk R100 ft, E To :': ..... ,. ". {" Ex Lots 1, 2, & 3 of .:' '-1
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I93W W side Of Kingsley lc -- .< .. .' Klk 4 Eunice Annls 24.47
parade of champions for mem- Pauline Marshall is the teacher Desc. in DP 'T ro. ;
Lake nd N 100 tt .: : : '
/88-441 22 I. 2 f. Johnny Lane Lots 1, 2, 3 of Elk 20 ";

bership during the 1959-60 year. si charge and reporter. in DB S'i- :', .;i.: rt T.Q POB In Town :-; In Temples-Add 'i' U W. Masters 92.41
Parcel ,
cT Lawtey E of Ry" p' ; Willie u.n
A Poppy corsage will be on display Allen Chapel A. M. Church, 443 22 i 23 ... Walter West 1.85 '" Tucker Peg at X E Cor of -" -

: at the convention as well asa Rev. L. Sampson pastor"will Lot 12 of Elk' 1 in .' '. 1 Lot 'In :NW Coy ot. ., >":' ,.;:"t ; .f., :. '.(. I SEU of NEIL run 4 .:: AW
t'1'- 2.95 Lot 42 being 224'. : .
Xat Williams S.DL .. Unknown' : .. 335 ft S 330 ft to .
"'History Book" which has been hold Sunday School at 10 aRL, .>t 2 of Blk 2 of : ". < d'I N & S on' E & %51' ..J ,: ;. POB then E 130 ft .

compiled by Miss Mae Frances Supt. Irene Thomas in charge.At Sat Williams SD >_ Ir' ne..Richardson 4.09 N 1S on W by 100' : ., 0.: S50ftW 130 ft X '- ] ,
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Lois 7 & 10 of Elk E/rWlnLawtey. .; 50 ft to POD 29 i 22 Lela Buckles 14.8f
Jenkins, historian of this unit. 3 a. m. a Missionary program ,2 Nat Williams SID. It -,.'. Delia., Kelly Uil K, Or Ry ,' .. Allne &: M. T. Lee Ul Lots 1 Through 66 !. .. .

Congratulations ace in order for will be held at. Mt. Zion, Lawtey.. Lot 8 of Elk' 1 I in Sat .' W.IA 0' Lot .43 In .; 1 c' ,' [..! (tin Parkwood SID :. e-roa s: t

the fine work and Williams S/D Ruth.. Ma, Pensalall. 2.55 2; Town of La\\.tey > \ ,, "i' t\: Port Lots 7, 11 .
very accomplishments All friends with cars are asked ? .( 19 .
,: E bf Conveyed to City, .'_: -, : P :,W. Developers
Ry : '. .Harry, Klttl""l 3.43 ;. ; :?
Lot 17 of B'.k 2 -Xat '
of these ; ''
groups. to ''
htlp provide transportation 2.55 : 'a .Inc. 294.68
Land ,
John H. 1Lot,100ftN&Sby, ;- ''. -- '- .
Williams S.D ; .' >
I 0.In SE Cor of SBU :: -
Ttaunton Elementary School I for the ;. :
members of the junior Lot0 of Blk 2 in .I'! 40ftE&WinSE of NEIL tr SH '. W.

PTA meeting was held at the choir. We want to leave the Nat Williams S'D' ..; }Horace' pean 8.73 ("or of Lot 52 In ;, _.. cf SWU of SEU\ & ---S. !: r -

school on Monday with President I'' church at 2 m.. All sub-teen 1 Lot In XWU! of SW : :.: : Town of Lawtey E ': EH of SKU 31 I 22 119. ,1<-i'.jnafgo; Corp 77.44;
p. !i as Desc in Deed :>.' 01 Rr r; .... ,ames'Lewis barber. 4.87J.ot. SEU! of XWU & NW ."".*" .4 -

Louiza Brown in charge. After the aid teenage girls wishing to join bk 7G Pg SO) E* .,- '.; .. t-I Otts SD; of .. U or XEU Of SW .

meeting there was a fish fry and Girl Scouts of America are askedto RoW in Nat Williams \ LawtfOY -' .. J.. Eo Wall Jr. U. I"U;' :32 6 u GO. Rafgo Corp 47.23

S/D 22 au : .J John & Annie 113 undivided Int. In '-i '; .
picnic on the school grounds. This ,-. < '' :
meet at the Reno Theatre at .. t. --Wlliiams. .... ,. 45i aM to the S %01It/ T ; Com at NW Cor of < ; 4T54

fish i flY and picnic is an annual 5 p. in. with Mrs. E. J. Givens. On > ',!" ':- ('f' Lot 6 In Otts XEU of XWU run ,
Com at NW Cor of ; .. of- ". ...1 E 840' S 285' to S ,. :, ; t.
chool closing affair. Everyone Sunday at 5 p. m. all members SWU of SWU & ',' SAD Lawtey 'St\.qlu J, Y. Brown :Side'of Canal for i -

present reported a delightfullime. i, and friends will be provided free run S 210 ft, E 100 1. IJt at It'se'in Pel'd'. roB, Cant ,S' 135.'. .
Bk iZ Page US In 4i
ft fora POE run S W 356' to CanalELY : z : P'1! i'.
transportation to Macclenny to Otts S/D Willie Mae 23.93.1
100 ft, E %59, N 100 I along Canal
Hampton Training SchoolOn worship with sister church in ,.. In X\V Cor %10' > .v '1 r'* .'y' :80" to-POB- .'
a ft. W 259. ft to i t. ; 33 I n f .YirvJ .l1cQ. ,,n' 15.U'
Friday, May 27, a picnic the observance of Men's Day. Rev. POP 23 a II Tyson. ft. Al 8.14 SQ" ZS Ii ZJ I Wilbur Jenkins 3.3'1 IA 210 ft 'SQ in SE .

and party will be given to the Com at NW Cor of r-',}. c; 3W; of SE1,4 of SE t :'. Cor of .OIE'fEx ". .", I ,.''':::- r" ....... f
Sampson wishes to thank all 14 k E'n .of NW%, : -
SW%, of SWH & .... RiW; 34 a U 1 Ji: C. Barton 105''
children by Principal M. Taylor. : 'of SEA of.SEi 25'" 'U 15 Llzzt WIlliam '
members and friends for making rtinE410ftS110 Com 399 ft W- of XE !A.I" I .
Parents are also invited. At 7 p. I ;the 'third quarterly conference a'' it for POB. run W I r. ., EFt. ::13.13 Cor of Eli & r1 l'" T 1 ? f!it ,
S 100 ft E i AU of of SE -
50 ft., SE'4 ,+ S 1092 ft W 399 ft
u. a "Record Hop" will be given ( success.-E. J. Givens, reporter. :0ft.N100ftto 0" NW'i F. of Ry 26 1 n 3 Ethel Tucker I.ST N 1092 Ft E :399 ft .. A '' '' ito "' .'

for all the community pupils of; I Young Men's Club POB 22 623 .H. L. Hartley'. ,. U'lI. 'I 'A in SE Cor of SW beg 34 6 28 100' Lawrence. LaMci.

RJE and Keystone Heights. This i .: 3A of S!4 of SE4rf t !; of SE 24 5 22 1 Odessa Douglas lU! Sr. 21.41
The Young Men's Club is still 3.32 W 4 of Lot 17 & AU. Com at XW of '
SWU of SW!: 22 6 21 :3 C. A. Crum ,L ,. cog NW '.
is a free activity and you are I : J.ots 18 3l & 33 ; U of XEU of Sec. "
on the move and interested in additional Lot 5 of Blk 2 in ,::3' ; : -
cordially invited to attend. Good Bradford Hgts S/D :: Jacqueline A>' Moore 4.09 :::3. 34; 4i. t8. 50,4.r 51 E 593' for POB, '

members. Club meeting Lots 1 & 2 of Blk 7 1:. 1"J : 63 In Woodlawn 31 5 U U.. .. : G.F. : Crews 43.14 S 208.71':, E 139', .' ..

music and plenty of refreshments. I each Friday night at the Reno In L T & COS SiD '- > 1 Lot in NW ;or of' : X 210' To Rd,-WLT n; :

Fiesta Club j Theatre. Plan to join this week. Ex RIW| -< Mack Lane '..14E Loot 21 being 150. E. on Rd HO. /,'..S. 14.5'. .. ,. ._:'" '.... ... 0-
of the' Fie- I :3S ft. of Lot 3 of :'" ',:' & .W by 90.51"' XII to roB 2T-S4 I '23 -' ; ; Carl Roberts 28.47
The regular meeting
Our goal is 50 membersRufus Blk 15 in L T & .. S '32 5 'ZJ 1 Paul Crawford Jr Cl1: Cum 220 ft S from I'- '", .' f" ..- ..t-

ifa Club will be held at the I Riley Jr. reporter. COS SD, ,.i, Enoch -Tyson % 12.33 Lola 7. 10. 22, 31, Z' ',r, ,. j XW Cor of JTEU of : l' t- ", ... .. ." 1>;.0-: '

Wateroak school on Saturday Lots 2 of Blk 48 in L ; 27 Woodlawn 33' '. U 60 G: E. Crews"' 34.1 XWU &: run S 210ftE420ftN210
| Engagement Announced T & COS S/D 'w" Sauce & Joe Wil- .
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May 28, 8:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. ;, ''llam Ut Elk' 01' W% of SW4 ;. : : ft W 40 ft'To
Mrs. Lillie Mae Howard of -
: of SWi 4' U 10 Jordan L. Brant. *
L. Z. Baker will be hosts. All 'I Lots 6. 7, 8, & 9 of il ;:." : :. lef 56.91il'4 Beg 34 f .?*. :.2 Vasco Forsytk 7.73
'Lawtey announces the engagement Blk 11 in L T & .b SW 1 A in SE Cor of W, _
members are urged to attend so : A In' Cor of
and approaching marriage COSAdd : Denver R. Devrlck 94.20 "..- XEi of SW' of S '. of XWU of SW ,*?

taat plans can be completed for of her daughter Leola to Eddie Lots 4, 5 of Blk IS : r W-It being Iii' ft E _, ,:" '. U 2 .2 U. I? ,1 Ronald. Griffls 8S.68.

tDe first biennial birthday party in L T & COS Add Joseph W. Prevatt 24.18 &: "W-&%56 tt N &f t 6" U' a 'Earl Donald ConNer -. St4of swu' of XEu .
of Holmes of Lincoln City, son of 1MU 4 In Temples Add.' ;. / .. :.' 16.34 : 4" f .22 ; = 20.l 20.lGu &tUi:' U.U

which will cover birthdays \Mrs. Ellen Holmes. The wedding Ex Lots.l. 2 &: :3 of } tJ14' ,. .- Pfg. tt :SE Cor of S : : ..,.- ... (!'!4v,., -.' .. Com., at Int of :X line ....i..:....., -- r ..
'.2a f Sec; -with ELY"o. :"
members from January to June. Blk 4 JEunic* 'Annls 'y% of NEI' & run i : ", ," ;
will be solemnized on June 6 at NH of Lot 4 & All ; ;; f: 5: ,. N 651.4'f. 74 DP'g. : RIW: of ST Rd 200 t. '
Mrs. Ethel Young, president: I : ; 1I ii- :..c 0; ';. '
.4//V 'of
Jthe, home of the brideelect'sgrandmother' lot 5 & SVs of 1 Lot +"y,. ;', -, -' 33: "mIll E &OU' to _:;. _:. r-- ;....':: \; "'. RunV S 250' -
Mrs. Pernella., Cummings. report 6 Ex E :iitt.oLB k : WLY RjW ST RP ; For POB, SWLY' ...
in Lawtey. No invitations ** f : ... E'-McRae., .'.U t : on Rd 600' SELY _
er. 19 in Temples Add"Lme :;: a S 35 Df'I' 8mln E r ., .", .I :
Anderson Junior High are being sent, but all 2, 3. 4 of Blk 32 :J f J ;, tin Allng.P.D 8U. to 1' ;' f'' -'. '. -. : '-440 6.0';( XELY,'PAJHRdi 45S1 <"w z :r-f
XWLY ; ..
friends of the couple are invited. J M Johns Add w dosephH.GumberSr. : FLYBDRYofRWif ;t-, To' .' _;7f.r .1
Commencement will be held tonight .. _, 32.40 ii 1 of NEIL W' e ;f' POB 5 t U .' way It

at Anderson Jr. High Bridal showers are being given .to-. at 'E".. of SE ,-' ',; -., j.eg \jm n,6 POP i. 6 I--2' I i 11 Leon Cray ,Jr. 'IUSNW'i .. .. 0 "i; tae ,. 278.91
of' .
'" ; "I All SWU! W
bride-to-be '0 : rs
for the by many: U of XEU run. ofEl'. of XW -
* School, Lawtey, at the school friends. W '355:: ft S :330 ft : .; : 'S S 4 U 3 10 Earl) D. Conner 8.09SWlt Rd 6 'I. 231 43 .''Rafgo Corp. 1S5.J1
; 'r.' .' Xls of XEU & All of' .* s .
Ru .
c auditorium. The program will begin I to POB then E 130 of NE's of Io-Wl f 4 ..
Health Education Tour S 50 ft W 130 .5 f;' J o.+ .> ii: i. 1,00 84 of NE W of ?
Ft. : 6' 23 10 Donald Conner
promptly at 8 m. Rev. A. : '.' !i 9 Rd. 159
t p. T 6 'I 2t Rafgo Corp 181,45Corn
ft X 59; ft to POB 29 6 22 Lela Buckles 7.84 NiN :
On All : of Ry &: .t ( -
Friday 27 students of .
- it. Scott A. M E. minister of at XW Cor of E : .
j ; ,' r. of RD 13 ExR31 ', ." :wl" 't ;''Ih' ,
RJE invited to take : to 66 in i "f .s GriffiaEst. % of SWU of NE ,'P',' .
. Deland will deliver the address are a trip Lnt 1 through 10 6' 22 31' frs. R. A. : "
Parkwood S/D Ex 122.40S4 U &: nm K.460 ft S :
Bradford County Hospital .nd: ;. .
13 the graduating class and port Lots 1, 18 & 19 of SW% of SW ; j 508 ft W431ftN .

4 ffjests. James E. Franklin and Magnolia Lake in the interest of conveyed to'city Jodtph D. Warren 100.8 'i of NE'44, k Hi _' !::S i tc POB 7 7. '5 I._ Azalea Motel 180.85

the Cancer Crusade. A donation SEU of XWU & XWofXEUofSW rot SEof SES of : : ; SE% of SW!', 'of XW :::.t 0..
Adam Houston will deliver the .
[ U 10 1 22 11' Lee Dlxon 8.00
Luke !.GO Joseph
x NW16 15 I 221 10 'Weall'r 11.
valedictory and salutatory addresses I iof 50c will be asked each child 4 33 MW 50 Rafgo Corp 16.95 :: Ain XW Cor of ; Cora at JIlt ef WRJW 6- ." :. .
ch will be given to the Can of SE ; 'O' 'of ST RD 100 & S : ;: I. .'. "
0 respectively. A represent- I'I''h 260) of XU 'SWll of NWyi of ;, i -
fund. Many of our people die U of XEU "Ex RW: 33 6 22 H. L. Hartley 7.13 NE14 11 ." U '. 2 Thomas Norman 24,47Fri Line of XWU ofNEU .
Public .
; alive from Board run.X 355'fcr .
Lot 4 of Blk 5 in of SE4i of SW :. .:' "
a tlruction will present the certificates yearly from cancer. A great deal South Gate SD; : F. Donald' Bennett.' 3.01 NW',4 4cf 1'1 I 'U ; 5 .Minnie' Lou De POB Con X onndL00' '

: and awards will be made of educational material will 'be Com'at N"Cor of .; :. .. .. .. .- 'Sue" r ", )5.UA Line: 300, W.Par SELY &Sec e A>

ShelL The general I node available to the pupils on SWU of XWU. ran ; .. :. : .; .! in N1fCor of E1if 1 1. Par to Rd 100', :E r
by Supervisor 7. '
4 .-- I' l\'El of
S 506 for POB, ( qE'h 219
:DOto POB 15' 1 23 1 James M DOII.lu .-
this trip by Supervisor Shell. Dr. .
: public is invited to attend. W. S 358', E 5l0.6"to ..FLE&W.by4194.L : 87.28
Wells and Mrs. Hand are the RR R/W N onV N & S Ii. 22 2 William Tyson Jr f.3'lS SRI V-
Randolph, reporter. Skof ; 19 t.t2 40 James M R ?tri 27.36
4 Summer general co-chairmen for this RIW; 358', W,8t8' to !/! or Salk 'Of NW .; .: J'I SKU of XEUSW.U 21 7 U 40 ,' Robert B Bell
I ProgramRegular FOB .33 6 22 Eva Albert Harrison' US I 4i J" 4: !I' 21 Le: ROT" Dell IfS ;' m't t, Jr' *S.V .' 101.42

4 school will close for drive.:! We are, late starting, but Cora 220 ft S from .: : \\' 220 Ft of NE'4 of of XWU 22 ? II 40 Robert E tell

, the children on May 31 The summer we want to "run fast and do a XW Cor of XEUa ; aW4r 11 G'" U 'I Dorothy nle Han&: Jen. 5.66t '.. ,, Jr.. < ..,. 43.48
XWU ft run S :1'
e program will begin on Mon- Cleat job. On MOnday May 30, S10 ft, E 420 ft. N : >;"Vot! ..NWof SE SW a of SEU Ex 5A .

a day June 13, All pupils interested the house-to-house campaign will 210 ft W 420 ft to '. 18 1 U so Dan.. Hanbrson 21.20E'44 In SW Cork Ex ilA ... .
held in the community. Mrs. beg. U 6 22 .2 Vasco Forsyth 4.55 of NE% of SE'4ix : -" In NE.cor & Ex TA ..
: ir: enrolling are asked to report 100 I 2A In NE Cor 11 a U II. Ernest Dell 13.11 In SB Cor & Ex Ry --

If to Anderson ,Jr. Hi or RJE at 9 Mae Wms. Smith will served I Lot'. t .of Blk 2 In Sun. Ex ;y 220' W of Co ';. '; ";

i community chairman for Notice Is hereby giver that the following- described-.lands wilj. be ny A'reaRID ;' Alberta .Tyson 3.43 Gr Rd 35 .7 22 27 ; J. A. Gnana 24.98
a. m. to register. Parents are sold at Public Auction un the 31st day of May,- 'UtO..a.t Starke/.Vtne Iot 10 of Elk 2 1ft .: l-oti 49 & 51 on Cy"t a -

4 asked; to observe this announce- "Lights On For Cancer. Other County of Bradford. State of Florida '0. bay the 'amount due for l.taxell r Sunny: Acres 5I/D' .. FannIe Crummf' 14.14 pressof Crystal ,. .' :t .* li

.. ment.CHUKCII. volunteers will be listed next herein set opposite to' the same together with all cost* if luch.saleand ,}1.Jt": ''I, I, 9 I 10 of -M Lake Homesites : Jamta'4.. ,e sift 1802Ernest
advertising. L' *' '- .. :-t Blk' a 111' .Sanny tats. 201 & 202 ; -tp 4- "
on .
week. Amos Williams will serve 5' .
.. .4cres'SD ; ; Alfred elrnea 10.78SW old St Rd 100 of '; .

e Macclenny. Allen Chapel A. M, as a captain for this very important Lot 6 of Blk 16 In . Ii of ani S. of Crystal Lake I,,' :< :'---ta..>- '
. 1 drive. Everybody is asked to Town of New River >4 3 W. .Temp SP: 21 1 U :. 3 Alf & .1farlzle HomefltesLrt -
. E. Church Rev. Levy Lennon' 23-34 6 20 .. .Jessie, Mathis :, ',10- / ; ; :'. Barnes' '.%3ng 1 of Lake Bedford .. E. Trieot 11.11

' pastor, will hold their annualMen's I 1 give generously. Velma Tyson, Lot 4 of Blk 32 In .:. .w -;:.;; 'i ; I at SW Cor Df l\"E .1 } Shores Denver
R. Deverlck
e starting with graduating senior of RJE will Town of New Riv- \ t. 1. of SWJ" "rUB' N La 3 of Bill A & 1/ 16.74
Day program 2J-24 I >0 ,. : Sewtll Est.4,19 <'
cr Jessie 305) 'Ft SELY 4U 26tb
I -, .. f r Int in Tract E :
serve as chairman and hostess for :U.t 12 of Blk 15 in fl. ,l.t lOo{ ; = ,
at thee '
4 Sunday School and ending S ITS W 341 ,
ft. ft. 1
: JAt tf9r4..
service which 1 the trip on Friday. Velma recent- Ward City S "to... .E..W.-Lewis... 1., = 2.31UI FJto; Poe1a .1' ,'s ," ..- .- : .' -'i QOka '%: ; JPiy- Qeo-
close of the evening ,: '
N .' .d 15.52
of XWU .
; n Sot. : .
jly lot In N\\ Cor ,5 Lot Elk D & 1/
lost her mother from dis- !
. will begin at 7 p. m. Rev. L. A. this of Rd &: W of ditch rt 'N II S hI' lOi : ': t'th Int B "
: Tract
' i ease and is happy to join the Ex 1A210' Win .:. ; : I E It W 1 u t Lsalhtj .8bingte..Pat.Temples ; .
Sampson will carry a delegation SW Cor' 14 7 !O. : aE.- It Polk ., 15.13. f.J. ZJ U.U- of l fard'aJt8'SiILot' > j' -. told'& Win4ham 12.79
tenon 5 & 6 of Blk D
I fight! against Cancer. r, ; in
horn Starke. Free transportation .
a ItSQInWCorot 5 .BID Also!; Es ) Pleasant
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SWU of XWU -X-of ?' : *.i,' Prtel MId -Deae. i: H r ,:.: Gex4-19 ..q. r ',e 4U'
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THE niQUT POOrf fwi NOTICE OF. SUIT RD.. W ot '. ...- "L Ti B is PO 41 Ex !. rw Tract I B-Mt Pleasant .. -

: way write Corn* la and select To: Luther T. Albert. P. O. Box Ditch 14 7 20 1 ..;. E ZTut9n... .'.:;-;Tt4.37, I Par Bold DB" n-u a El Rancho Motel 11Z0.1' S/D & 1 Lot in .
you 2173 Madison Wisconsin.Tou VH of SEU, of XWU : ,:
t Lnt'3ot Bllt 14 in. SE; Cor of NW',4 _
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sea favorite ESTERbROOHVii. are hereby notified that there EX A PAR 210"SQ I. .S
your Nth Rene) Srp :' .uBI.nfJ'. J'ea1Ey fcting 'tW.lO': '&;8 ; .
Ji'MllltAlft | 'PNT.FGRAPil has been filed by Nell C. Albert. in In SW Cor. 25 I U 19 C. E. Miles. 35.79 Et At 6.l3 bY"466.10' E&W :; 7<4 .
Sterling S.
-. the Circuit Court of Bradford County kPar Being 285 X: f Iti "' ,. .Lot .J Of Elk '20 In J _' Saw
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Florida, her complaint against &Sby306'1&W ,, -, 04.824
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KICTITIOTS, NAME. you and the relief therein prayedfor la SE Cor of XEU .. 'Lots 6; 1 ot P.lk 1/ :koff SD": ; : lam.Z. Lee
t is a divorce. of XWU Ex R/W in N Reno Mae Powell 5.72'darctL S
is given that thee SP Willie 74' of. :i 283' of H _. : '
4 .Nctice hereby This Is therefore to command you and Ex, parcel in Derr. .JD DB. 88.441 .WJA.er SR\i Ex '. ;'h. r ;:-l.7'p ,vtf... '
undersigned, under the provisions to file your written defense in said XW Cor 142'N&: .. 22 132. ...- --Johnny- Une5.U ELY 275' A Ex- __ J.
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of Chapter % .n3, Laws of Florida, .. '. '
f cause on or beforethe 20th day of S by 224.5' N & Parcel De c. In DB II "1 W 13Plk 8 22
, Arts of un111 register with the Jute .* D. 1960. and that yon shall W :.' 347om I Zt U UZ McLeod 1UI
Clerk" of the Circuit Count in and: 2 Chester E Moody 16.44 1.-tU !.1' Walter West 6 of GQrt'.l4 2 r .
thereafter on or before the 20th at XE Cor of 1-.j! -, ot : < ,' In Lakeside .
.fnr Bradford County, Florida upon >( .4 Lot 2 Elk t of Nat : SID 4 hF4ytd | Cla.rklOa 66.14If"
1 day of June, A. D. 1960, serve a ., 5' f v .
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rH-lpt of proof of publication of S'fof \\ aofN William9. S.Q Irene Richardson 10.27Lht N 200' of W 3J4 'Of N ::
4 this notice- the fictitious name of c(pjr of your defenses if any on EU run 9 %50' for 6 of B1k' Z Sat $ of XE i 24 4 '22 Alfre R. Walker
Philip Barton; 212 Southeast First POR S 105', W 105' .. J,. v
Peyton-Florist under which ore t 4 Williams SID John A- umings 11,21 : #0.71
.. am engaged in business at 11$ I f-t"l't, Gainesville. Florida, attorney X 105', E 105' To .< i'i 1 i } Lot In NWi ot 1W: .V ';,.. ..z:._. Com at SE Cor of NE io ,

e South Thompson Street. Starke, thereafter for the plaintiff file the original and immediately in roB 1 f 21 >. fc".1". Garrison h S.37 1..< -asHolle- In Aped M run W 523.5. :' ,, .
e FI rlda. 'EU: of SEU 35 21 S. Jlii "' Pk VO Pg Sf1 Es XWLT 166.5 for .. ....
office. failure to with 40. 24.25 "
, :sire Polly Brown. RFD 1, Edwards Coon comply 'E'rf of XEU Ex I jCtaateen n/w In Sat .WII- rt>B. if 1I8J.wLr., < ., ., ._ .
either of the above decree
a pro 21 llama SID 22 6 U John ADDie WI1. "m 1'* Line 55V SLY "\ '
a Road. Starke, Fla. A "
Loop 13 4 i
eunfesso wilt be entered against oft'.mLr I :; 39 FrasJer Keile/1 Est. 20.74i ..
you : ,,
}[rl. Lillie Bridges SOS Monroe In SE .. II lams 'I.,.. 1100' 8ELT 103' to 5 y. :

e S:.. Starke, Pla. a+Tcrding Witness to my|Jaw.hand and seal of ourClr..ult Cor of SW a of SE r ; .. __ 0'. Corn at XW Cor of bi lOB 24 .3 ,_,,::,' i ljoggq' 17.92Clyde

Dated this 19th dar of May, 19SO U being 420. ft X&S SW4 of SW'x & ._ ; P .
this 10 :.
Court May, .
day pf _
at Stark, Bradford County, 'Florida. A D. mo.Charles by 340 ft Bit W Ex run S 210 ft. E 100 3L Com at xn Cor of 8% ... ..: .''..i:7:- '
e SlaL) k-4 *& toSlCar. 14.ors '. r f .Tarty Clime,, 8U4 } for a POB run cf NW i of NW% r ..,: ,'
i 5119; 4t iNC A. Darby Clerk CircuitC. 51. U, 54 in ff J.' "6I'ft' ;E"59 ftN' S 59', W 144' to' .. '- "

..urt : Woodlawn Ex W 1OO .ft. W15' It POB. W 50'. 8 100' I
In .Tfc* Clrr.lt Cart Of FUrlda.Rlfthth Marian'L. 430 of Lot POD St 422 :; Jnne Tyson Et AI 17.34 E SV X 10 to berS 25 8 .22 Caner 111
Clerk 51 .
Hy 11WU .
Crosby. Deputy I' 22 .
Jvdlrtal Clrrvit. la And 24. Roy R Soather- R 3" of S% of SE\1 e 120' ofEt444Vofr8 '
rt Bradford I'e..ty. 1. Cfcaaeery { Philip Barton.for Plaintiff : 4 i f! */ ,Und; 8U4 er'SW14 of S t.& n I t2, S Co' A. .Crum U' W4 p( S Wlf I oi'y j f \ ,".
", i of Lot 14 in -* All E4 of NWof N t' I. .. ,
Neil ( Albert, Plaintiff, vs LutherT ,.211 S. S*. 1st Street W% :.22 Eddie, .LM Battle '.11
Albert, Defendant tainesville. Florida woodlawn' tH 18 s ";!I J' Carlton G: Wflt' -. of Ei N of Rd U. I 23, 1. Edward Ricks IUS Peg at XW Cor, E 95', "
1 1 1 .1I 4t, c., ; llama 5J' io''Lot DUe' 2 10 i S !OO' to Lake. W ,
. of BUt 25 In Law- ;o--t 4 .. v Bradford Hets S'D Jacqueline A Moore, 10.7 >;', X %00' to beg 35 t U Q. W, Hall 36.66

XOTICB.Notice J toy W of Ry : P. 10." Elh'otsEq or 6E'g Ln: 47 in Indian .
George Tonng
. .is hereby given that the following described lands will be sole" .Qts 1 A 2 of Half f of XE' Ex- W lA.: U 6 rz 4 )1111. W. T. Tompklss Beach 'T. D. WhlddOB Sr. 67.91,

at- public auction at iJ:00: 'o'clin-V"'noon.- <,B' tbe'Srd. day of Jon..' A. D. Elk 1In Lawtey ,.: ,: 1 -1. "21.4 lots T. for KS Of t r' : ,
C mo, at the CUT Hall,' City of Starke; County of Bradto>;4.1. State, of W of Ry *"-' If" Bel 1 Air '1Iot'" : 736.23 Let 6 I t of BUt J ID I-- t < NE'4 /< -F' | -An 86 Mr, B. J. AMer-

Florida to .pay' the-amount due for tas.. .bnt'ln et opposite to th. J lot15'NJ, S by <' .. White Acre SID' -thOUD W. Savage Sf.n'. ; i. \ < Rd'.M S \ man $5.11
same, together with alt costs of ,such sate.and advertising :00.'E& W B'XD Property B\n :Aa Alt: Lot 3"Baf ,
Foil oil N .
Blk .J
+ .(Jb X by Tremareo' ..." 1Iy t/ 11 4 .22 16 B. I. Alderman ...52;
Let I, 2. of BIt In : I "orp on S by :Rho- 4 <: --.5 11 W by Church 'St ,'

Sunny Acres S/D .\ u'.I.Crurnmel' S.S4 4n" on C by IIWT. :+, S bJ BUt t% & R 1y ".... J R. KELLY
L.t9 of Elk ?i In ,' j ;oi on W by y."a' '< 4.c} Water St I. Or1g 1 a.. (. .!', : ': : Tax Collector,

MussyAcres 4, '.$:&'' .-.'.- Alberta.Tysoia. -\: 1.11 .I ropertJ'r ,"i :'J--! : t,:_,-j. .r :-..q,P J1Si9t3'< ; ; -: ,11.16.. Town, o SttJJ4.r, : .. __, w. a.-Sewen. 115.1'1 i. _.JL Bradford .County Fla.j.AtJ .

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c---s--., 16 I Dorothy Ross. I IUd authorities in the )ley; Lake and Mrs. Harvey Starl fusel\ .. I cer and teachers from various The mazy frrute! cf BTarris 1'1'11"-

Home'Demonstration read ,Twbters < foil and water j jA of Miamf'visifed' Mr. and .Mrs. After we renjo'ed'.a nice .dinner I!churches... The ladies of Highland will rcgirle': bear, the: he
,Here is a novel way to prepare, promotion from within i Jnnings Starling Sunday. at Bulah Church we. came'I Church-: served refreshments at: is a l>ate: .t.ra Use J.i ic",o.i 1..,-
!3t Notes bread outdoors which the 4-H I I ;hat assures opportunity> Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff will ,right jon to Padgett Church to fill ,the close'of the service.. !j hospital. ',v.' '
b1 girls enjoy very much. I jViincement.t return home this week after a I i.the appointment there. We had! Work,'on' the pastorium is con-,' Mrs W.U. Norman ot'J.Ck."On-
/ Prepare biscuit dough and t The advantages of F .d business trip to California. Mrs. conversion Mrs. Laura Johns.'turning and we hope it will be ville was a weekend guc3 o* re-
i DOROTHY Y ROSS I:kr/cad until it will shape easily.i jjei-vioe employment, Eouilla Roberts, has .been i lone
[ ,, : :ma she tdn be baptised at our completed in the near future. ,latives here.That's .
n/ Home Demonstration Agent 'Break off a piece and roll between 1! Opportunity to gain of the postoffice for Mrs. next service at this church. .
hands to form a long strip. Wind 1 perience in all phases of i Hathff. The baptismal service will beheld ,
Work In Pakistan I ring of the rainy season, is the t strip ill a spiral around a stick ater conservation or to ] Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brownof at the creek near the Padgett Our 8usinraa
Mrs. .Elizabeth Starbird spoketo bet time to ,transplant da)lilies. : tpalmUto I is fine], pinchingdcugli : ze in one technical field. j Worthington Springs visited church about 4 on June 5.
the State Farm'H. D. Club II you plan to grow them directly j I : together over end of stick- What the Soil ,.Co ]Mrs. John McKinney Saturday i The regular preaching p.m. service If It's Glass We Bar lit'
1'ueidaY.on her work and living in front of vigorous evergreen Peat over fire occasionally turning Service does: 1 ailernoon. I starts at 2:30. CALL WRITE 01 VISIT
conditions in Pakistan. She spent,I fhrubs. the roots of the border J
> until well-browned., When The Soil ,Conservation ] Mrs. Manda Smith spent a few
the last two years as Home Ec. I mast be cut back when the beds :done, slip bread twister off stick is the Department of !I! days with her sister, Mrs. Many i I'Y YYYYYYYTYTYYYYYI I V Joe Peters Glass Co.
onomics Advisor to the Pakistangovernment .(are prepared. I and spread melted oleo over the technical arm of action Yarns: in Starke.CLAY I
with the International -, I Dayilies; are most effective '!'outside. Fill center with honey and water conservation. I') I, [HIGHLAND NEED
Cooperation Administration. when grown in clumps of three.or j,j syrup: or jelly. A frankfurter maybe lobs of the Service lire: j' .yyyy.v..v'vvivvv.e..... KOR ANY GLASS
Mrs. Starbird was formerly Home:'I t more plants in the bays of Informal put on a suck and the dough :1 A national soil and I' I I We Design Modern Store Fronts
Demonstration Agent in Putnam I shrubbery borders. The :wound around it and roasted. iemtion program I HILLBy [By Debbie Phillips] Jast Mail Us A Pattern for

County for 13 years and judged I colors should be grouped separately -, If desired, the twister may be ''conservation districts !II VAAAAAAAAuAAAAAAaaaaaa ,i Table Tops
at our County Fair several times. to show off to best advant-,!'eaten without anything being ad I lucder State law and I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone F5L x-4353.s
During the program, Mrs. J. |i jded.j :farmers and ranchers. : Mrs: J. L. Strickland There were 49 in Sunday School

B. Godwin told of the recent trip age.The plants will thrive and their i j I To' save taking so many dishes!' Watershed protection j ........"."'Y.".,,."."...........yyyyy..n cl --e3'ast Sunday, and the Intermediates .
.she= and her husband took with lowers will be deeper color if :]ito i the. cookout, put the dry bis- prevention. won the attendance ban-
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair to I they are grown on the east or ,I : Snow for Jack and John Wilkinson are' nero Speaking for, the morning
!icuit i mixture into surveys
a sturdy
Louisana and Texas.Refreshments north side of a fence building orj putting up' pasture fence all service was Rev. D. E. Snow of
forecasting in the Western
I I :sack and add the milk wateri i iI ,
were served theproup shrubbery border.As j I or Flood-damage .Kings.1'I around us/ It seems that their Sprague Street Baptist Church. I
by the hostesses. you might guess from their i i when ready to toast the twisters. major watersheds. ,iavejseen straying too far. II Winston-Salem, N. C. II II I thank You
Daj lilies name, daylily blossoms last but a ., Mix with fingers or a wooden The National John and Betty Brumbelow and The Black Creek Associational I ,
Have. you noticed the day lilies single day. Yet a clump will havea ''spoon: in the sack. 4 Suney. I James 'all of Jacksonville.}I Sunday School officers and teach-I I ( 't $ '\
:now blooming all over town? half dozen buds one of which I Great Plains I calling! .on the. Stricklands ers meeting was held at the i VC
I I lorida
''Those outside our office window will open; each morning. 'gram. Saturday. church Thursday night, May 19,I 'r
:were planted last l year and have Lawtey CookOutThe j As we did"hof attend church at j i, and was attended by many offi- I
Punished 'a 'nIce array of color Lawtey 7-8 grade 4-H Club i i '1 last Sunday we will report -. '
lately. Large red ones medium Gills enjoyed a cook-out an1'': ,....,...,.,. .j' 1 1I on the Bulah Sunday School!! ;V V Votersfor
sized red ones variations of red swim party last Saturday' at the :: church 'services.. They have

:and yellow, and solid yellow ones lake home of Mrs. Pauline Torode. I GRAHAMMr : 40 enrolled.in Sunday School .
have} bloomed abundantly for After swimming the girls roasted .5.MSTBmii there were 33 present last i
quite z. while now. hot dogs corn and marshmallows *. John McKlnuey, Sunday. "Some" were' visitors but I I f,'
Remember day lilies produce over the 'coals for their* ':Schoobgrade! was 75
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much enjoyment at little expenseof ; nch. Plenty of limeade was consumed e t -.
time end money to you because by the 'thirsty girls. j N-E-W-S Mr. and Mrs. Harley J.:, II 'Strl klarid Delivered the k! g ,rf, r >a
they require so little fare and will Those attending were Kathy' returned home Sunday messagewhicl ''vat one of the
multiply rapidly. They require I By Bill Haas est sermons he has ever preach-
Jones Alma Jean Prevatt. Doris II SoU Conservation spending two months in ) s CCy3
l''' Ser rlrAtRobel.t
little eater and fertilizer and the There mere nor 'as many pres-
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. 1
Peiidarvis. and Buna Wilkerson. i STATE COMP ROLLER
foliage is free from disease and for this reunion as expected
I I Roush Soil Scientist I of Starke,and Mr, and Mrs. : z
inject pests. Adults assisting were Mrs. Pauline iI to some sickness and'con-
I I with the Soil Conservation Service Jones and son of Pd. Pol.. Adv.
After flowering, at the, begin- Torode Burley _Brown, and Miss j prepared soil and capability!I tended church'services .over the,,:.well date but the s ( )
housewas fuled.
'I The
maps ior the farms of H. L. Reddish day night. _
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard i inC Rev. Williams, could not, e 1"-
Dolph Griffis and Cecil v !
with us as he had previously FF
Harvey. These maps will be usedto ] and daughters of J : I
,to be at another church)
prepare soil and water conservation were Sunday dinner guests ;
: farm plans on their farms.] and Mrs. Jo U\ McKinney: | help ordain some deacons. He i I THANK YOU
ALL I HEAR IS I Mrs. Lealer Newsome of.. ; | d -.also gotten the dates con-I 1 CVJ4I

Lonzo used Norman the and District's Rodman seeder Underhill I I : + THE CITIZENS,

' : .a !fenJas; cultipacker' to' plant Pensacola I I
Cahia seed on some of their: Font fool'around'With 1 OF BRADFORD COUNTY
e ; ropland for permanent pasture, COMPANY pipes that f itWa'Ofixthemin
ICE MILK Bill Reddish used the District's Incorporated I
ioto'cycle mower to cut down the I ,- Awayyoy'lltat- --'
v'V weeds on his lake place and his, V V -
{pastures at Heilbronn Springs. OFfERS V Top notch plumbing service" itjours for the many courtesies shown me .during the
New! Delicious dairy dessert ?' Charlie Mosley used the District's .. for the .asking when you
:f for you who like to be slim! ? grain drill to plant Pensa- can ii'.. One trip} is all it takesto I recent campaign and for the nice vote given me

Good refreshment for "o l cola Bahia seed on some cropland put jour plumbing in order in the Second Primary Although not elected, I

\, summertime, anytime. Vanilla> I'for permanent-pasture. I Q %' when UK done t%y us. Don't do .it value greatly the many warm friendships made
strawberry Neapolitanpis. VI yourself let Freddie fix it.
| Several students that are grad- during the campaign,and wish to extend congratulations *
., %.gals. Take home today. ,. I I, i my
uating from Bradford Hign
School have asked about careers tV PElt ANNU1\ i to my opponent, Mr. Hogan Smith,
in the Soil Conservation Service I j who won the nomination your County Commissioner
: : The Soil Conservation Service j!:
.;. ail 4t offers i j INV'ESTMrNTCERTIFICKTE8 I District 3. a.1.';

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your dealer's Treaivf. Chest J.J of Super Sue work.On-the-job training by' recogn- i I! : i I Ii i h '.V SEEBER GOODMAN'-" '.

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!leld due to the Baccalaureate AIR 'PAKK'BAFnST*CHUSCH ,.................tt..ytBROOKE'R was visiting Mrs. Tim Rogers Mrs. L. L. Parker and.Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry is in the Ala'

"6 Service In Bradford auditorium. Sunday School 8:45. a.,m.; Morning Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Wilbur Andrews Thursday. chua General Hospital in Gaines-
8 I p. m. The Gideon will be in Worship 11,a. m., Training! ., and Mrs. Ernest Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sik'ea and r.ne.; We wishher, a speedy recouC -

: charge of the 11 a. m. service. Union 6:15: p.: m., Evening, Worship attended a dinner given for the Mis. Al-Rain -of High Springs +y.
I ': Wednesday Circle 3 will 8:00 Midweek Prayer employees of Edwards Building were visiting Mrs. Mamie Hodges
CHURCH NEWS p." m. By Shirley Green We wish to express our heart-
: meet at the home of Mrs. George Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Supplies in Gainesville Friday Wednesday afternoon.Mr. felt sympathy to the family of
xught. and Mrs. Sievers
.Hoggins, 10 a. m. Prayer Meeting Everyone welcome. aaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaa&&a aa Mr. Robert Jones on their loss
I!and Bible study 7:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guest of Pa- children of Jacksonville spent the week.

1.'. Thursday -. Prayer group in HAMPTON CHRISTIAN. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson ducah. Ky., spent Thursday night weekend with her parents Mr. last
., Fellowship Hall 9:30 a. m. Chan- CHURCH and children: of Alma. Ga. were with the W. E. Bigham family. and Mrs. Evan Hodges. We also wish to express sympathy
;At Tabernacle Presbyterian Church I''cel Choir rehearsal 7:30 p. m. 10 visiting his aunt'and uncle, Mr. Mrs. Fred Clark was in Lake Mrs. Rhoda Wiggins of Jack to the family of Mr. Troy
Sunday Bible School, a. '
and Mrs. Calvin Johnson Santday City on business Friday. t sonville spent Monday afternoon Raulerson who-was. killed in an
t m.: Morning Worship 11 a. za.;
.. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and with Mrs. Mamie Hodges. accident last Friday morning.
School 9:45a
A prophetic message was delivered Sunday Church HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Evening service 7 p. m. and Pray.
A-3c Kenneth Parrish stationedat Lester Hardee Sr. of Jack- We to' report that
at the Gospel Tabernacle m. Morning Worhip. 11 a. m.. Sunday Sunday School 10 er meetng every Tuesday at,7:30 Mrs. i are sorry
Sunday morning by Dr. Harry WA Fatal Fairy Tale." Meeting of AFB was home with.,sonpille spent Friday night with I
11 John
a. m-, Morning mesage a. m. i) m. WIte., pastor
,F. McGee,, dealing with the pre- the Diaconate at 2:30: p. m. Meet- Training Union 7 p. m. Evening his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Lee I the W E. Bigham family.Mr. .
> Parrish for the weekend. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell had
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senf global situation. ing of the Session p. m. message 8 p. m. NOTICE I
Mrs. Bedie Conerly of Hague their dinner guests Sunday Mr.
The ,evening message was from Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer Monday Bible Joy Club 4 HIGHLAND as
athfe ,second chapter of secondThesa. and Study 7:30 p. m. "The to 5p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH spent Saturday night with her and Mrs. Drew Dukes of Worthington -

on the Return of Christ. Lord of The Church." Wednesday Prayer Meeting sister, Mrs Mattie Sowells. Mrs. Lubedia Beach and Your phone may ring at anytime in May and it
McGee in Men's Work Night 7 Sunday School ;45 a. m Kenneth Green of Wildwood Mrs. Mary I> Brown and son. all of the Picture that is play.ing' .
tnd Mrs.
Dr. are Friday 130 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. Morning' Worshlr :1 a.. m.. and you can tell the name .
this week attending a. Choir practice, 8 p. m. f.pent .Saturday night with his of Gainesville.
'Tampa p. m. nv Pastor: Samuel 8. Cuth- 7:30 each at the
v 'erence at"Temple Terrace. p.111. parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green. Creig Wood and friend. Carolyn -
bert. Choir director: Fred Dodd. Rev.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Misses Annette Green.: Linda of Jacksonville Billy Helsa- THEATRE
Methodist Church George Chlsm pastor. Everybody 'Green Shirley Green and .Allen beck. of Starke. and Miss Mary FLORIDA
Lewis enjoyed Sunday in Day- Jane Bigham enjoyed Sunday at
] Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn Schedule for week ending May CHURCH tona Beach. Kingsley Beach. You and Your Family can. come to the

Jlng .Worship, 11 a. m. Training ,29: 900 Block W Madison St. CHURCH OF CHRIST' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas and r v. and Mrs. G. E. Tison and I Florida Theatre that day .. also have
.Union, 6:30 Evening Worship Charles Thorpe.. Minister ,
p. m. i Sunday [5th Sunday]-Church Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood. children Mrs. Pansy Strickland children of Gainesville were visit-
"- 7:30: ,p.'m.Prayer I School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Superintendent. Bible Study, 10 a. Preaching' find Andy Strickland both of La- ing Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and free Cokes and Pop Corn as a gift from
Meeting Wednesday, I an/1 Communion. 11 m. !:Ven1ng
Cros e. enjoyed picnic at Glen family Saturday afternoon.Mr.
-7.30 ;p: m.Pastor. 11 a. m. MYF Snack supper Morning Worship. 11:00. Service, 6:30,p. m..Midweek Bible Springs Sunday. and Mrs. Alex Williams and
Union Jim Harden .
6:30 Training :
Rev. Sweat. 6 p. m..Youth meetings p. each Wednesday 7:30: p. m. ''
Barney Study and'IDs.. Gen. Mgr
Mr Jacksonville spent
: will not be Director. that Jim Whittle and :on. Kirk of C. L. PATRICK,
Everyone Welcome. m. Evening Worship In spice of .all the changes
.- .. -I Evening Worship 7:30. | In this changing world the toys of Jacksonville spent the the weekend with her parents,
_1 go on weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. E., Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. Martin Theatres, Inc. of Florida
Wednesday Prayer Meeting,, fact still remains ,that spinal mis.
Bigham. Jr.' and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Overturf
Co.HOMES 730.: | alignments compress nerves ana Mrs. John Shaw of :Lacrosse! ? were visiting Mr. and
o Tampa
Southern States
J. H. Mabry. Jr., Pastor. obstruct the flow of vital nerve

force to any organ.. If the lung -- .
St. Mark's Episcopal l nerve Is compressed .the flow of I -

$$1395 AND UP Sunday Rev gaj Services id ,.1facBiA1I-9:45 4.m.. JffVZBGBEENBAPTIST'CHURCH THE CHURCH FOR ALL --. ALL FOR THE CHURCH.. I L_

: LOW. AS $31.16 PER MO.\ Church School; l1oo..m.' ., Mora.

.. tog Prayer and Sermon: Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- '
TIME PRICE SAME AS CASH PRICE Holy Communion First Sunday Log 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30
:. 11:00 aon. Third Sunday p. m. Preaching 7:3 p.'ml PrayerIderttng ,

Only 6% interest. All Homes with No. 1 flooring and '?:30 ajn. Wednesday 730 p. m. ; "t'
ChoL Bible t'SC( : ':" ::: r'
: Wednes4aY-'lOO pjn Wednesday study .J. ; t $J : 'il HlP"
pressure, treated. Floor joist on 16" centers. anc ;
Practice; 7:45 Pm.. Litany p.m. 'af Y'f .
Bible Study. -'. tl- /. '

See DOWN B1WAY CHAPELASSEMLY Suaaay School 9:45 aon. Morning ; HI fiJE,4;
SHEET ROCK ExteriorELECTRICITY OF GOD Warship 11 am., Eveninj 't. I' ( .

Finished D. P. ,Burgess Pastor Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meetiaj 1
: SouthernStates each Wednesday 7:30 pm. Everyone ';;; ..
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Sunday School, 9:45 a. m .
andPLUMBING Ways, Even : welcome.-Kev. H. H. Mott,
Morning Worship 11 a. m- Even <, >};rmi J 1_- R ,
: With Care-free geiistlc Service, 730: p. m. Wed. pastor.

: IF DESIRED Alcoa Aluminum .1 uesday weekly prayer service, 7:41!i CHURCH OF JESUS CUBIST t, .. .. '\


: Termite Shields At No Extra Cost I CHURCH Services each Sunday In ol< ..-, *
Masonic Hall on E. CaD St. Sunday -
r Sunday; School 1C a. m.; Mora 4' w
: We Do Repair Work And Build Any Design Ing Worship, U 'a. m.;. Evange. School 11L m. Sacramen: M -

Call Or Write For Free Information liatlc W rvlcea. ":10, p.; m. Service 1:30 p. m. Everyone we)

:Prayer Meetlnj coma. < .' <
Wednesday a 1.< ;

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: A BEAUTIFUL 3-BED ROOM HOME ONLY Sunday School, 10 .. m. Wor Bible schooL 10'''*. BL \\"l: ;

r '$2395.00 FULL PRICE skip.'Hour., U"a. m. Efventoj Ben Preaching 11 a. ..m. ;>

.. -je, ) 0. m. Prayer IS**&$ e&c Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. .. ..:

f Only 19.86 per mo. for 6 yrs.-and you get many extras Wednesday, 7:80;: jun.CHUBCB .Bible Study and Prayer Meeting .. :;.,.

: ,' 7:30,: p m., Wednesday. 4 J
Sunday School, 10 a. m.MornIng CHURcH.HEYSTONE: ',!

Phone 4307 Keystone Heights, Fla. I Worship, 11 a. m., Sands:, Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar .,
I Bvenlng. Service. ,7:45 p; m. YP1 ,
'. You Also Get Free Mortgage Insurance With Service Wednesday .7:45 .p. nPrayer. L Sunday-7:30 a.' m..,Holy Com.

: Southern States Meeting Friday, 7:4& p. Btor munlon;, 9:30: a. nu fiunda;:' ZHE CHijRCH-.o :f'A.Tn, !
School; 9:30 a. m.. Morning Pray: ,.L" FOR THE! CNYRCMI I
cr and Sermon inoiy Communiot I .... ,.
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each first ] 8:30i :
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Young People meet. l TY COD11i; ve and eternaf dire1 ., ant for iKe bwMmc of ckancttt -1:

Holy Days-7:30 a 'm., Hoi s world bas found its, Solemeanng-... alid1ultiuatej good spiritllll cjwcwlup.-Mhm.: Without MorcKouie a
..bk$$.this House .
Communion.St. i s.-i CLwcK Mkbct de ocacT BOC cfcrflat*
H *' X1' 'tlke"exerclse 'of a holy freedom-oar people tav5\ : I OQcaaaum.c.ThcIC are four sound
Edward's Catholic! Church. chosen that man who with his helpmate here abides.! MUOO why even ptnon. ibouUM
T HANKS : Starke. Florida f Whether we support or oppose his policies lead us to] tend icrncM tcguUihr tod tuppect AtChurch.
t. # aphold him in bis sacred duty, to the preservation ot.jMTjConstitutkra .They lit;(1)I For hu ova uW>
Sunday Mass at 10
a. m. .and.the ,safeguard, of our liberties.Strengthen .' 0) For his cbldu '.sake. 0) fgc the'"
Holyday Masses &t' 8:30 a. m. sake of hi*commumrf and nation.(i), :
530p. m.Weekday. ;/ him and his! counsellors in the fulfil? Ford uke of(he Church i inclf,w,bk%> .
; Mass at 8:00 a. m. .. talent of their trust. Enlighten both his supporters becdf hi* moral and Daw aIA/PPOlCo'

: ". Confessions:. Saturday 7 to t to. I : :asd his'loyal opposition in every search for the best' J'laaI JOI rtucc lei II4'_. .
I .. .;.' :. _. : solution to the problems that beset our nation and our Bibk dailh '

.. .. .. ..,.'"J.":,.,.:,' BaptIsms.m. marriages and Instructions 2 ,lreedont world. Preserve,flicker for the one peace moment never in letting our hearts the flame. .of j Boo' t\apiIr.''''''''f I
I by appointment. ; ;; "
'" ::,:'J..c..f' !: ;\ ,:;..' 4> ..," :. .And guide the families of our land to the Sources Htbrew; I' it. I
'. ....,....L.1.:'_; GRACE METHODIST CHURCH of Light and Life and Love, multiplying: the influence Tai: Pubu: 11 1* .14Suodaf I
.' : > of the Bible extending the witness of the Church .; "'edn.d y Epaesao 1 laic. I I ITkunday ,
tA WTEY. FLORIDA that the blessing we invoke upon this House may' Eomanc JJ H-90 '

Sunday Sunday School 9(5! ... permeate every home in a dedicated America. sturdy>ndar 1s..1 UaUiw*. psi ft >laws a.. .t

I Y a. m-, Morning Worship 11 a..m.. '' leII ,, ..... I
: Evening Service 7:30: p. m.

Wednesday":' Youth Fellow Im<
: EVERYTHING ahiip m. and Choir Practice 7:30 p. "- '

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4 FIRST CHRISTIA1 CHURCHCor. II l- y fE1.: $: ; R:. .:. yc; $. .
Can & Christian Streets
Bob L Badcett Minister

Sunday School, 9:45'a._ m."Wor- ;' ''- f These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service I

ship and Communion 10:45: a. m 1

I fully realize that our wonderful victory at the polls on, Chi"Rho.. 5' p. ,m. Choir Practice : -..e.+;'.. .. ,- --. .
6 p .m. CYF.7 p. m. '" -
.Tuesday. would not have been possible without the loyal Wednesday 7:30 p. ,m.-, New 7; :
Training .for Service.. GASOLINE GREASE .
and unselfish. support that was given to me in my race .-" .
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_ for. Commissioner of Agriculture by the home folks of PINE LEVEL LUBRICATIONOILS MINERALV '

battle and the .- SPIRITS ;: '
Bradford County. It was a hard-fought ". .. ." .'. ,1

Sirs. ,H.,M. McRa _ "'.* .

__ knowledge,J that the citizens of my home county were '..'.'AAaAAAAAAAAAAAAA e FIRESTONE TIRES j INSECTICIDES .. ,. .

so loyally and untiringly supporting me "gave me .the- Palatka Mrs. and Juanita her, sister McDaniel Carolyn of: =; ,' "

strength and determination to -carry on to' victory.. Alvarez of Starke visited Mr. anc 1

"* *;*" Mrs.:day.We Leo Richardson last Saint Madison. and Cherry. St PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, FIB..;.

i were glad. to have our pastors --. ,. .t> -<- l

good wife Mrs. W. E. Han -. .;
and son-in-law) ; and daughter. Rev,
of in thanking
All of the members my family join me ,
Hall's and Mrs.sister J.,E Mrs.. Murrhee Vara 'and,MltcheU Mrs, GUY ANDREWS WESTERN AUTO 5 M IT T Y S

,.each" and every. one for every thing large or small, that. here for to the Hilliard weekend.Monday.They all returned Real Estate. Associate Store Barber Shop

that efforts There was a good attendance,at
behalf. I
was, done' in my assure you your. .. Sunday School and Church las

Sunday. Rev. J. E.Murrhee of Hi!.
will always remain cherished _. _. .
a memory.
t, J ? Hard brought the morning an GEM TERWILLEGAR" :
Denmark Furniture Co. '
.- .- ""'t' """ evening messages.
: Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Pit JEWELRY MOTORS. -
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-. Newsome Sunday were an
ft 'f'r' Mrs. Leland Bedenbangh Mrs Of Starke N. L. WOODBDRN Your Authorized Ford. ...Dealer
i Bedenbaugh, and :Mrs. Aida Greg { ,
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l' ,DOYLE CONNER : -., ,* > 0:: ory. all CARD of Hampton.OF THANKS .

".:.... \ EDWARDS' GIB BROWN'S Community State t Bank
J : .. ) We wish to express our gratitude
f ..... )-i.t' : a to all the friends and neigh .Grocery and Market Service Station Of Starke
: f' bars who were so kind to us tour
: (Pd.' Pol Adv.)
., '-.: ; Vx time or sorrow and bereave Ils
'" !: Dent-The family of HarmoSSbley. =

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