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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I ? -Tax Certificates Totaling : BRADFORD i COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial



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certificates on property assessed alty. and a five per cent collec- I County Publication. Established In 1879 ,
at $238,540 will go on sale tor's fee for holding the sale. The

at the county courthouse at noon certificates represent an invest- ------ -

June 1 unless Bradford propertyowners' 'meat because the property owner rOLCME EIGHTY-TWO
i STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 NUMBER FORTY-FOUR
pick their own pockets to must repay the buyer's original investment -i, --- ---- ------,'- -- -- -- --
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the tune of $10,780.78 !in delinquent plus interest.

ad valorum taxes. After two years the buyer may I' .x xt i c v.xc SUWANNEE RIVER AUTHORITY ,

Delinquentf Bradford property advertise for the tax deeds on the

owners have already been vent an property to reclaim his investment
i
additional notice, besides the one plus interest. Any person may aid Ma F s .

sent to every property owner each for.a tax deed to the property,' County Set ToJoinDevelopment

year and the :delinquent tax list which is auctioned off by the* ,. .4,.,; :

will be published in the Telegraph county clerk. But, Kelly says) .

four times beginning May 4, prior state law still operates in favor of''

to the auction. :: the property owner even :f he has Y k

,. Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said not been able to pay off the certificates f f Project
a ,property owner can pay his < against his properly I

taxes plus a three percent penaLty'any The property is soli to the

time prior to June 1. Once highest bidder and:! the buyer reclaIms .1 x, -
the property has been ad'/ertised,- his investment plus in- Cross-State Waterway Is Proposed -

Kelly said, the owner would have I I terest, but the difference between ; Commissioner Jerome Johns

to pay advertising costs in addition i(,the sale-price of the land and thebuyer's x a said Wednesday that subsequent -
to the '' X 4 To Connect Suwannee OklawahaAnd
He will
penalty and taxes. investment 'is returned to h meetings with boards
also be required to pay 15 cents the .
owner, Kelly said. from counties not represented
for the tax certificate. .' If there is no bid on the property Re-Route The Santa FeA ; at the conference here Satur-
Taxes could have been paid the certificate buyer gets it I

''without penalty through April 1.for his investment plus interest. 4 vW t.. > ? decision to join the Suwannee River day had given assurance that
Authority was all six counties concerned would
f
and those h
1 paying as early as Jan- But, Kelly stressed certificate
reached Bradford
by
uary even got a discount, Kelly 'buyers do not expect this and it County Commissioners at a meeting join the Suwannee Valley Au-
held here Friday with SRA officials and .
said. The penalty on personal rarely happens. commission members thority.
property is one per cent per from several adjoining counties. Membership would

month, he said. hinge on the passage of permissive legislation at the current

Kelly said the tax sale is grow- I Bishop Elected legislative session.All ority counties are those actually

ing each year. Bidding starts atj I! Bradford Commissioners million waterway connecting bordering the Suwannee: Dixie,
12 per cent but can drop as low < New Commander I I .5.. ...j1.. ,. ....a Lea,. 4.. sm4. w3C.arc LyL'al3v ] tended the meeting except ;;
Suwannee and the Oklawaha, Levy, Gilchirst, Lafayette, Su
as 5 per cent, minimum set byl!\Qt i Post t Proposed cross-state! waterway for small boatsis Van II. Priest of Madison (left), vice president of man J. C. Prevatt. The four !: and which utilizes the. wan nee. Columbia. Madison, and
state law, Bidders even come from Legion traced i ent [Jerome Johns, R. H. i Fe for 65 miles of
on Aiachua Commissioner tts
Suwannee 110-
map jCounty I
Valley
Authority, and Jerome Johns, II
out of state. Kelly said and last, i Jr., Mrs. Jessie Chastain, and J length. Hamilton. Each of these contri-

year one came up from Miami. I H. A. [Buddy! Bishop Jr.'as Edgar Johnson (seated) for group attending Bradford County Commissioner. At right is Was- E. L. Crawford] voted on the The study shows that almost all butes funds to the authority In
meeting here last Friday. Supporting map are sie Fish Baker County Commissioner.ries .
The tax certificates which will elected Post Commander, and ,Ju- to go along with SRA I 1 now using Florida's inland proportion to its frontage on the

be sold are not the same as tax lian E. McRae, Vice Commander Best Year Since 1942 which would cost the county I can navigate successfully river.
deeds. Owners will maintain con- May 77 DeadlineFor round $1,500 ,
in the Post 56 American Legion i annUally.The I a four-foot minimum water
The Bradford Commissioners
a-
trol of their property. By state annual elections held Tuesday Union County < with 40-foot

law'the property itself, cannot be;j night during the regular Tieeting. Berries May Bear Through Obtaining ers was not represented at ] vertical clearance width and above a greed to concur with Alachda

auctioned off until two years after !i Other new officers elected at May; meeting, but members of j I water surface. County the proposed reroutingof

the tax certificate has been this time were: "Bill Haas. 2nd Absentee BallotsDeadline Bradford Board planned to I Re-routing of the Sar.ta Fe the Santa Fe and In construction -

bought. After that period the certificate -;1 Vice Commander; Kenneth C. Bushes Put On New Bloom Fruit with the neighboring I!} be via an already existing of a box culvert to replace a
holder may put the property i{ Orider, Finance Officer; 1,. H. i ers this week in an effort to connecting Little Lake San-
for applying for absentee bridge now spanning the river
t for
bids for tax deeds.
up } Gibson their support of the 1 Fe
Historian; S. E. Sparks p and Lake Alto, and a new.
ballots for the local near Hampton.
rf The for option -
county's primary reason
Chaplain; Charles Schaefer and Predictions that drainage and development to be dug from Alto to the I:
r holding the annual sale is to col- strawberry are inDuring election to be held here May Aiachua County Engineer Roy
t lect its ad valorum taxes. Buyers Bill Soto Sergeant-at-Arms; andA. shipments might continue here the week, April 18-26, 16 is 5 p. m. Thursday May 11, Board members from i west of Hampton. J. Miller said the State Road De-
and Baker Counties who did !'
L. Jr. Service Officer.T.
Crosby through May were heard at the growers sold 1,976 flats through L. proposed waterway would partment to box
r bid not on the amount of tax :Mrs. :Marian Crosby, supervisor have j proposed put in a
alone, but on the amount of interest -i C. Hazen Jr. was elected to a State Farmers Market VVednes-: the market for a return of $8- i of registration, announced return quorums present agreed at the mouth of ,the uwan- culvert at that point, as the approaches -
home
return they expect from in- three-year term on the Executive ,:day as the season's' gross receipts 745.63, at an average of $4.42Y2 i ;yesterday.Two of their .and seek on the Gulf, extend 50 miles to the bridge are at a
boards.
( : Clay: and
Board.
.I vesting in the certificates Kelly reached $156,439.74 and growers per flat [about' 37 cents i pint i questions ,will be decidedin to the confluence with low level, and construction of a

If says that certificates
property are redeemed before two I a new crop of bloom and fruit. $5.26 3-4 on April 19, dropping i 1; Whether the sale of intoxicating them for up' the Santa Fe past Fort the approaches for a long

years are up and that buyers do ? I A bad spell of weather could to $3.68 Monday and $3.52 Tues- liquors, wines or beer counties. If membership by to 'the rise of the river, distance on each side.

not! usually plan on obtainingownership I ..reverse the picture of course with day.Most shall be prohibited in Bradford will be sought approved at the, it comes to the surface In view of the possibility of the

of the property, although 4. extreme heat or heavy rains spoil- berries Wednesday were County. a three-mile dip under: waterway, of which the Santa Fe

this sometimes ,happens. ; ii ing what otherwise appears to, bea selling from $3.50 to 370. 2. Whether the sale of intoxi- legislative session enabling At this underground River would be a part, the SRD
counties to
Once a buyer has bought, a certificate rosy outlook. Buyers at the So far this season growers have cating liquors, wines or beer (if Those join SRA.the ", known as the "natural proposed that the river be diverted -

at a >certain amount of j r e x.**,r _b br market ,yesterday said, they would sold 48,431 flats through the market approved) shall be restricted to here attending the project calls for 81 before it gets to the bridge
interest Kelly says, he pays the I u- JFKLew t.. continue to buy as long' as quality' at an over-all average of $3.23 sales made in quantities of not Saturday heard to the sink of the river near I thus making a box culvert possi-
for
plans
taxes advertising costs the 1 held up. They felt,confident they per flat [(27 cents a pint]. less than one-half pint, contained opening up North O'Leno. Again the Santa Fe
pen-
could find a market for local*berries Receipts posted here so far have in sealed containers, for consump- tral Florida as a tourist and be used, upon clearing and ble.The other two bridges, which

Prisoner L on through lay iaj:>>pit&jrf made ..this .the biggest ..season tion off the premises where sold ation area by means of a past Worthington 'will be constructed Jointly by

Caught Bishop McRae the fact that North Carolina} )erHuggins gross-wise since 1942 when sales i-(by the package)-: or shall be state waterway-for. ,. Brooker, Graham, and Alachia and Bradford Counties

were reported at $154,523.45.The allowed by the package and by Included in 'the project to its headwater, !in the at Graham and; New Hope will be "-
Trying To EscapeIn Delegates to the DepartmentConvention plans for re-routing the Santa Fe Swamp
the drink. area.
Calls last big pre-war year was high level structures to enable
to be held in Cocoa in River as part of the
1940 when Bradford growers sold The results on question 2 will From Big Santa Fe Lake a pass-aie of boats.
Garbage Can I May were A. L. Crosby Jr., Kenneth 6,347,888 pints through markets at be effective only in ,the event a waterway and expansion of would be dug to connect The preliminary study indicates
\: C. Grider, Seeber D. Goodman : Farmers To present Suwannee River
majority of those voting on LochloQsa Greek, from which
Starke and Lawtey for a gross ques- that the Santa Fe Lakes would be
;: H. A. Bishop :Jr., and W. ity to include the six
; tion 1 1. would
be
question passage afforded
,A State Prison inmate who: tried J j return of 50458025. After the approve the high elevation of the stream
to escape by hiding in a garbagecan I I H. Graham. Berry Meeting establishment of Camp Standing If a voter fails to vote on ques- drained by Suwannee Lochloosa Lake, Orange Lake. profile, and! these lakes would be
I I Steinar Lorentzen, exchange tion 1 his vote on question 2 will Speaking informally at Creek, and the Oklawaha
and paying another ;prisoner here in 1941 many growers left depended upon for an adequate
{student from Norway( gave an in- not be counted. luncheon meeting here to the St. Johns River
to pour garbage over him88 I County Agent G- T. Huggins their berry fields and accepted and source of water locks in oath directions -
teresting talk on his native landas Camp of Jasper, ,
All registered voters in Brad- to the Atlantic Ocean.A .
additional five- year' jobs 'at Blanding and other near- and to maintain sufficient -
given an compared with the U. S. i has summoned all Bradford County SRA said: "The northern
ford County are eligible to vote number of locks would
be
sentence by Circuit Judge GeorgeL. I by installations. Strawberry acre- "*" water. in the waterway to
It announced that at least to meet counties are all working in
was growers tonight in the election. to take of
the
Patten here last week. age declined and efforts are now care meet losses from evaporation,
three or possibly four, boys will same direction, to better our
[Thursday] work .lIa in elevation
to begin between
It was the second escape at- on being made to build it back to its seepage, and locks.Preliminary .
tempt for Edward Pocetti, 32. who be sent to Boys State in Talla- strawberry sermon we can start; pre-war prominence. onomic standing. Since Fe Lake [140 feet], the project costs are
hassee this Also that 14 A- Plans ment of the Suwannee and
year. CompletedFor [16 feet] and the Su-
was serving a life sentence at preaching" in the interest of the estimated at 5966000.
merican Legion school medal awards tributaries including the [23 feet], Under the
for murder committed 80-year-old industry her'e.In pro-
Raiford a will be presented this BHS Dean Fe River, will benefit
year
/ plan the locks would
Baker County. Assistant State a bulletin headed "Time toTalk" i be -
in : 12 to students in Bradford CD AlertPlans this area, the logical solution Conner Advises
operated, cutting the
Attorney Mack Futch said Pocettiwas Huggins urged growers to. opera-
: County schools and.t\\'O to Key- Talks To Rotary to join forces- cost of the
found in the garbage: can meet here in the Chamber of waterway
; stone Heights 8th graders. The re-routing of the Santa Unl$6 Florida Farmers
shortly after the truck passed ,, Commerce office at '1:{5,to discuss for Bradford County's The current study suggests that .
through the prison gate. various strawberry production Ray Reddish dean of studentsat participation in the observance came into discussion when waterway may be accomplish-

Pocetti was one of 12 prisoners R. S. Wasdin problems "while our experienceswith Bradford High School, spokeat of Operation Alert OPAL 61, an Johnson Alachua County : by either federal-state cooper- Florida farmers must be en-

charged with escape at court ses- the current crop are freshin the Rotary Club Wednesdayon annual Civil Defense activity were missioner, presented copies.- or on a state-local basis. If couraged to work toward the mass
sions here and at Lake Butler. our minds." > the testing program in all county completed at a meeting in the preliminary study of a latter method is used, the production of top-quality and

George S. Stanley was sentencedto The bulletin said: "We want all j schools, of which he is in courthouse \Monday night with 18 Cross-State Waterway for suggests the addition of the standardized fruits and vegetables

10 years after telling Judge Starke UtilitiesSuperintendent li growers who used plastic to>> help charge. persons present. boats in North Florida other counties to form a if the state fa to take full advantage -

Patten he was sorry he didn't outline a program to begin work- The speaker explained how the The alert will test local staff for the commission by David authority responsible of its land potential.

make it. Norwood L. Wilson, who ing on now." Other topics to be testing program operates and howit facilities and communications. It Smith Gainesville engineer. r the construction and operation State Commissioner of Agriculture -

escaped with Stanley, got an additional discussed will be: Land prepara- is used in providing guidancefor I started Wednesday and will reach The report covers details the facility. The original auth- Doyle Conner outlined this
five years. Both men re-1 tion, fertilization, methods of put-. the student in helping him I a peak at 4 p. m. Friday, April 28, program at a recent meeting with

ceived 10 years more for breakingand ting down plastic, time of set- select the courses that will be I with the expectation of a mock field buyers and executive per-
entering a home near here, Riley Smith Wasdin, 65, general ting, and methods of setting; most useful to him in followinga !; attack on Jacksonville and other sonnel of Winn-Dixie Stores, Iitf-,

and stealing a weapon during;]I superintendent of utilities for the successful career. principal cities of the U. S. 1 which operates 532 supermarkets

their escape. I City of Starke, dies: Monday morn- At 4 p. m. Friday all commer- throughout the South.
t ,
Several others were sentencedto [ ling in Bradford County Hospital Huggins Says'Midge' < cial radio and television stations In pointing out that the consu-

six months and one yea: terms. j( after being stricken a short time will leave the air on the customary ? ; mer is "boss, Conner said that
before at his home in Starke. I channels and let -a selected the housewife, In marketing, looks

BANK HOLIDAY I Mr. Wasdin had bm hospitalized And 'Mae' Best list of radio stations come backon bar M> Ptf t for fruits and vegetables that are

two weeks ago when: injured the air under reduced powerat of a uniform size, shape color,
Community State Bank of I
The
at 11 by a falling tree limb while on frequencies of 640 and 1240 and quality. Appearance is the
and the Florida Bank
Starke Starke will not be open for business his job with the city, bat had Office Staff In, CountyWith with a special civil defense 4 big factor in the housewife's buying -
been released: from the hospital CONELRAD test broadcast. habits, the Commissionersaid.
I Wednesday April 26, Confederate I
Memorial Day, a legal 1 and was recuperating at ,home atthe Gov. Farris Bryant declar- calls friends both rural and urbanare' Citizens throughout the county I .
holiday In Florida. time of his fatal illness. ing this to be "Florida Secretaries regular visitors to the : are urged to tune radios' to rrf' "We must 'sell' the Florida

I Mr. Wasdin was born Sept. 23, Week" County Agent G. T. Hug- office. Requests are'answered immediately CONEIlRAD and report receptionto rs 'ssr ; tanner on this. fact," Conner said.
1895 at Graham. He moved to gins states that he has ."the best from experince or reference -I the County Civil Defense Director I "We must get him to work on a
ENTER and Box 1001 Starke, Fla. I standard product of the best quality -
Starke 14 years ago had been office 'staff in Bradford county" material if possible."
associated with the utilities department In paying tribute to ,"Midge" Other responsibilities of the office -I The report: may be written on \ and to mass-produce such pro-
since that time. He the following blank lines, clipped duct at the lowest cost per unit
Golf wasa and "Mae -
Benefit as they are known,.,to as outlined by the county '
) from ,the and'mailed to in order to get the most profitable
paper
member of the Rock Primitive the people of Bradford County, agent, include making reports,'
Baptist Church near Brooker. the above address: S return," he concluded.
the
Tournament Huggins, says first descriptive keeping files in order interpreting

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Era word he thinks of is "fidelity" in and administering different ,type 1. Your location _
Edwards Wasdin. and one daughter that they are loyal in observanceof agricultural programs, and meet- : Golf Tournament

Saturday, Sunday Linda Faye. both of Starke; duty and, the discharge ,of responsibilities. ing everybody in a way that all 2. Reception _:1__ I

April, 29-30 lour brothers. W. T. Wasdin depart with a satisfied feeling. (write in' whether good, fair, or Benefit Drive Set

Waldo; H. M. Wasdin, Graham;; The county agricultural officeon Huggins boasts that the publiccan poor). j

For Robbie Wasdin. New Mexico; and the courthouse square is head- always depend on the agri- 3. Which frequency heard--._ For Cancer FundA

Alvin Wasdin of Mexico; two sisters quarters for the county agent pro- cultural office door being open at (write in '640, or 1240)).

Cancer Fund Mrs. Equilla Roberts and gram of the Florida Agricultural: 8 p. -m. Monday through Friday, 4. If both frequencies heard, New Recreation Meets benefit golf the Starke tournament Golf and wilt

Mrs. Millie Fogg,.both of Starke. Extension Service and the County which are the days the two secre- which was best be played at

Drive Funeral services were held at 2 Agricultural Stabilization and taries are on the job. Starke On A Visit Country Sunday with ClUb net this proceeds Saturday goingto and
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p. m. Wednesday in Rock Primitive Conservation program. By official -Maybe- their biggest job" Hug-
Bayless Church Sets the 1961 Cancer Fund.
Baptist Church with Elder title Mrs. Mildred is County
Sapp
gins says "is keeping the countyagent's
Harold B. [Buddy] Elliott in 1958 and was also; en- Clyde Terwillegar tournament
Harry Eddy and Rev. J.,H. Mabry, Office Manager, and Mrs., Mary desk and materials in an I
This Space Contributed Saturday HomecomingThe Starke's new recreation In recreation work at his chairman said that prizes will
pastor of Madison Street Baptist Ella Watterson is Office Clerk. orderly fashion and
keeping him "
(at right] is welcomed on a in Georgetown S. C. for be given for the low gross and
Weekly to Publicize Church; officiating. Burial was in "Any day in this office is filledwith reminded of the many requests he
view visit" to
Bayless Hiway Baptist Starke by summers while attending net ecores for 18 boles, which
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the a wide variety of activities has to *
Community Events by satisfy Church will hold its annual Homecoming SneU. president of .the At present he is treasurer may be played either Saturdayor
direction of DeWitt C. Jones and discussions Huggins says. A good office staff Is the key Board.
the South Carolina Recreation Sunday. He said that approxi-
THE COMMUNITY Funeral Home. "First order of the day is getting, to any organization that .serves on Sunday, May 7.,'Services -
Elliott win come to Starke mately 100 golfers from Starke
Active pallbearers were Merrill sorting, and opening :the mail. the public and County: : Agent win start at 10a.. m. and a
Mr. Elliott will take di and
I over as surrounding area are expected -
STATE BANKOF Edwards. W. T. Jackson, J. D. The phone rings from six to 25 Huggins says that he Is proud to: basket lunch will ,be. served, at Kingstree, S- C., where he of the recreation program to compete in the tournament.An .
Doyle. Carl Johns, S. R. Hicks, times a day with persons'request- been director & the city
STARKE recognize his co-workers and part-I 12:45.: An singers are especially on May 15. He succeeds Bob entrance fee of $1 win be
Ewell Lawson, A. J. Thomas Sr., ing information on a wide range I ners-in-business during this special .I invited to_,come,and help with the ation program.for three who left this week for a charged, which win go to benefit
and P. T.- Nolin. ,or subjects In addition-tophone ; week. services.. : graduated from Florida State position at Columbus, Ga. the Cancer, Fund.

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK, FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 27' 1961
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"'au u.- I.' 'v- CD Certificates Stefanelli, Miss Elissa Stefanelli,
; Juniors Smash Hit i and Mrs. ScholL
'Swinging High'
Earned By 17 j: For refreshments those whJ

.. Survival Trainees !i attended this meeting were servf
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: .. lk a s ( ''f.. ," I I 1 Certificates were awarded to which would provide adequate essential .
I lt': !", T 1 ,i those who completed the 12-hour ;; nutrients to sustain lift-

IN THE NEWS Civil Defense Adult Education : during periods of national or local

I' $ Course in "Personal Survival in emergency.

..- r : a' Disaster" at the final meeting ,,
Monday night in the courthouse. i| CARD OF THANKSWe "
Mrs. E, T. Vestal of Jacksonville !Mrs. Palmer Williams will enter ,
Seventeen persons were regis-
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is several weeks Bradford County Hospital
spending wish to take this method of
tered for the course which was
with her brother-in-law and sister Monday for surgery on Tuesday.Mrs. : conducted during February and tanking all who in any way aided -

Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey.F. W. J. stringfellow is visiting I :March at the USO with Raymond us during the Illness and deathof
B. Beard was in Tallahasseeand Mr. and Mrs. George Manassain father
1 ; our husband and May
: \ Cooper of Green Cove Springs as
Marianna the first of the Green Cove Springs this week. I n instructor.Due God's:: richest blessings be upon

week on business. : Steve Strickland spent last I each one.-Mrs Riley Wasdin
: to several requests, Mrs. C
Wednesday to Saturday in Jacksonville d r. u b :
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stricklandhad i L. Sct1 ll. County: Civil Defense and family.
the weekend I ytilfr his grandmother: ,
as guests during
.. director announces that another --- -
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Moyer and : Mrs. Marion Moyer. a I
I I course will be given in the near
and H. W. of Jacksonville Miss Linda Smith of Orlandowas
family Moyer II future. Anyone interested in at-
and Mr. and Mrs. F. S. home for the weekend.
I i I tending is asked to contact her F
Strickland and Mrs. Kuhn of Lake Mrs. Charles Fields and sons ., at Box 1001, Starke. prARKE .. '
of Jacksonville were visiting her FL-:
Certificates were awarded to: .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. WhiteSr.
City.J.I. W. S. Haas, Mrs. Ruby Johns, Miss
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on
Sunday.
a 1if w Delia Rosenberg, M. A. Payne,
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams SUN., MON., & TUES.
were in Waycross, Ga. over the I Rev. Raymond E. MacBtein, Don APRIL 30 & MAY 1-2
1 % Champion, W- B. Thompson Jr.,
weekend visiting Mrs. W. H. '
FloridaTheatre Smith.G. ik Mrs. Ethel Lowell, Mrs. HenryYOUOUGHTTOHE& The Hoodlum Priest

E. AIR CONDITIONING a* Starring: Don Murray, Larry
BROWN'S REFRIGERATION ? c," ed Y Gates and Clod Wood.
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:Mrs. Junius Smith and daughter N' i1I

Mrs. Charles Myers of Jacksonville n iy WAR DRUMS

were Daytona Beach over I "-:-
the weekend where Mrs. Smith ::?! Starring: Lex Barker and Joan
j.t I II Taylor
attended the board of
meeting of the Florida directors Laundryand -. I THE FOLKS ENTHUSE J.t..;.. 1 PLUS CARTOON

SAT., APRIL 29 Dry Cleaning Association.Mrs. WHEN ONCE THIS SPEC:
E. E. Tanner is visitingMr From these action shots you can see that the Junior Class play took plenty of practice-but practice makes perfect GASTHEYUSE; WED., THURS., MAY 3-4

Double Feature Program1st. and Mrs. A. W. Chapman in and that's just about how to describe it. (Perfect.) I, "The Police
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Feature Columbus Ga. this week. I i
Mrs. Marie McMillin of St. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Roberts of Mrs. William H. Thomson and Meeting Held Southside PTA I cI Dog Story"

The U for ven sister Petersburg Mrs. was J. L.the Gentry guest enroute of her Port Mr. Roberts'Arthur mother.Texas are Mrs.visiting Lillian the two weekend children!: with of Monticello her parents' spent Mr. By Circle One To, Meet Tuesday I I 1 I It, i nf, .lJ.tIP i..n.t1 :. Starring: James Brown, and Merry -

Anders.
to Jacksonville last Saturday. Donavo, and his sister, Mrs. J.\D. i, and'Mrs. F. F. Stump. .Of Ladies Council
I Mathews. j: Col. and MrS. Echols Ball of The Southside PTA will meet ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Middle- j The Indian
Starring: Burt Lancaster,I Fighter
ton of Pomona Park were Sunday Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson;i j I San Francisco Calif. will be Circle One of the Ladies Councilof Tuesday night May 2, at 7:30: in ,
and Audrey Hepburn. I' visitors of Mrs. W. E. Middleton. and family and Mr.and Mrs. A.(I weekend guests of Col.] and Mrs. the First Christian Church met the cafetorium. A covered dish f; Starring: Kirk Douglas.

Also Co-starring: Audie Mur- Mrs. Fred gnell and Mrs. Titus G. ,Loudon and fayiily were ini I I T. T. Long.: at 10 a. m. Thursday at the homeof supper will be followed by the in-<, PLUS CARTOON

phy. Olson were in Ocala Tuesday at- Williston last Sunday visiting Mr.I I I' Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent the Mrs. J. B. White with eight stallation of officers and program. -
tending the Methodist Vacation and Mrs. Frank Weaver. Frank' weekend with her grandchildren members present. The devotionalwas FRIDAY, MAY 5

IN TECHNICOLOR2nd. Church School Institute. Weaver, Jr. had.recently returned i i Jane and' Jimmy Guy" in Gaines given by Mrs. Norman Bad- Recent BirthMr. thru TUES., MAY 9

FeatureS Rev. H. O. Boyette is in Lakeland from a six months tour of duty I I'vile'while their parents were out gett.A. WALT DISNEY'S

from Monday to Thursday in the Antartica South Pole. I of town. mistake was made in reporting and Mrs. Dan Priest of! The Absent-minded
.-' attending the Conference on Evan Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gaines II I Mr. and Kirs. W. M. Moiar; Jr.. the February meeting. It was 'Jacksonville announce the birth!, I '

gelism. spent the weekend in St. Peters- of Panama City and, Pvt. Bud: held at the home of Mrs. Eloise of a son Brian Matthew on April'' Professor

Watch lor opening: date of Lor- burg where Mrs. Gaines attendedthe j Lawson of Fort Jackson, S. C. Cowen instead of Mrs. Ella Mae 10 in St. Vincent's Hospital. Maternal -
Mil raine's Beauty Shop. Ace Hair Style show. I were visiting their parents Mr. Chastain reported. and paternal grandparents'; Starring: Fred MaoMurray, Nancy

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsof Miss Hilma Tanner has been I I and Mrs. H. A. Lawson over the The next meeting will be held are Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd and' Olson, Keenan Wynn, and Tommy
Kirk.
GETSA Jacksonville were Sunday visit. added to the Ruby Johns Beauty I I weekend. with Mrs. Jean Prevatt on May 18. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest of

ors of Miss Kate gtruth. shop staff. Watch lor opening date of Lor- Circle Two met at the home of Starke. PLUS CARTOON
GUN I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sorenson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAteerof r raine's Beauty Shop. Mrs. Margaret Prevatt with nine

Mandarin were: Saturday guestsof Tampa spent the first of the i Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller members present. The devotionalwas r -

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock. week with Mr. and Mrs. George and Col. and Mrs.-John Beidler of given by Miss Elaine Colson.

?,*i Mr. and Mrs..Ernest L. Dowlingof Flynn Jr. Keystone Heights were in St. The May 18 meeting ,will be
ClNe..Sco '.v\ New Orleans were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt wa-visit- I Augustine on Sunday. held with Miss Elaine Colson. flt"
rwru..wn. ,., I
} COLOR by DE LUXE Vi :.=.. ? W. E. Middleton last Thursday. ing Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hunt j i I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid returned Circle Three met in the church : "
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i Msl l I Mrs. Freeman Johns returned in Bonifay over the weekend.: :I Sunday from 'three weeks in Tampa annex with Mrs. Millie Fogg as ." .
Cartoon Part Time Pal Tuesday from a week's visit with Watch for opening date of Lor- visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.' C. hostess. Eight members attended.

i) t I I her son, D. W. Judd and family raine's Beauty Shop. Hoppe. '. The devotional was given by. Mrs mow, DAWN'S i LYINGUNCOIJSCIOUS'ON OH,GCOO, IMOGENE.M" 1 GUESS tut.'TRY 00 MY MARKETI & AT I

SUN., MON., & TUES. I in Homestead and also visited a Mr.,and Mrs. H. M..Hatcher, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave, Rowe.of Rosebell TomJinson. THE UEU "HAT IT OW AND
'. sister, Mrs. Viola Hamm in Win- of Jacksonville Beach stayed with day The next:i meeting will: ,be-a covered PORftHHE'S 6CT A HAS 'COM!.; 'GO OOT AMD, city ti.Sh; &
APRIL 30 1 2
May
I
ter Haven. the Hat her, Jr. children over dish dinner in the. church. RECEIPT IN .HIS' HAND
Mr! arid Mrs. Fred Leonhardand the weekend while the Hatcherswere i Mrs F. H: Kramer. I annex on May. 18. )IK THERE'S A ROOPD80K MeatMartet

house guests, Mr. and Mrs. in Miami. I C. L. Scholl returned Sunday I 6ESIDE HIM D..

MART,,, William Eckert of Long Island Mrs. J. A. Griffin is attendingthe : from a two weeks business trip Mrs. Hall New 1

A' N. Y. spent Friday to Monday Baptist WMU convention in to Albania' Mississippi,and Miami. ,. 1 De
it f\ in Miami and Key West. Miami this week. I| Randy Scoggins in confined,with District TreasurerOf Ci CIi\

j M.cwIlE 1 t' .Mrs. Effie Johns and Mr. "and Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson-I I! measles.Mr. BPW Clubs :F:

Mrs' Bob McLennen were visitingMr. yule is spending several days with .and Mrs. Cyrus Austin of tG .-,

.JM1A and Mrs. Henry Carter in Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mi& Annie Pelican Rapids :Minn were Sat- Mrs. Edward 'A. Hall was installed !

\ I MaxviHe last Thursday. Darby. urday and'Sunday guests of Mrs.G. Sunday as Teasurer of 56

Among those taking part in Attending the National Guard L. Fari> r. District 3 of the Florida Federa- I .
S.Ndl i'"Ti1.i10RL I. the Grand Chapter OEs State convention at the Everglades Sheriff and Mrs. P. D: Reddish tion of BPW Clubs at a meeting I --- -< &

i Convention in the Jacksonville Hotel in Miami over the weekendwere and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were over. in Macclenny. The District consists I

Coliseum April 11-14 were Mrs. Cot and Mrs. James A. Griffin night guests Wednesday( Mr. of 12 clubs and Mrs. Hall FRESH FLORIDA

Eva R. Gentry as assisting Lt CoL and Mrs. H. M. and Mrs. Dewey Warren in Savannah will serve with Mrs. Elizabeth I

I 1I I I' Grand Conductress and j: L. Hatcher Jr., Capt. and Mrs. Rob- Ga.Mrs" Brown of Jacksonville as Direc-
W. lll. Gentry as assisting Grand Sen- ert Jackson of Keystone, Heights, : Charles Pa'rke;; of Cocoa tor. The impressive installation :
A Paramount Release Hens
tinel. Mrs. Inez Hamilton and Capt. V. J. Spengler Maj. and .brought her mother, Mrs; L. F. service was conducted: by. Mrs.. Fryers lb.25C
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Cartoon: Pandle Scandal Mrs: .Henrietta Hunt weredele-% Mrs. Hugh B. Ingram, and War- Hutto week's home visit.last Saturday aftera Adrienne Waits of Orlando, a past orFRESH

gates.G. rant Officers L. L. Fullwood and State President.'

WED., THURS. & FRI. I E. AIR CONDITIONINGBROWN'S John Stephens.. Watch'for;opening date. of Lorraine's -. Others attending the meeting
i REFRIGERATION Miss Virginia Grazier or Gainesville Beauty (Shop. from the local club were Misses

MAY3,45 Mrs. J. L. Gentry visited Mrs. librarian of the Santa Fe Mr. and1 Mrs. Once Wiggins Madge Middleton and Della RO- ORSMOKED

ssOt Arthur Rigdon in St. Vincent's I region, attended the Bradford visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hem-r senberg. Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs.
Hospital Jacksonville last Thurs- County Library Board meeting in mingway in Orlando and Rev. and Gertrude Hofmeister. Mrs. Nate .
y
SKCt% day.Mr. i Starke on Monday. Mrs.Springs LD.on.-Sunday.Haines in Altamont Dyal and Mrs. Pansy Quigley Mrs. PICNICS. 9 r c

and Mrs. Comer Ferryman Watch for opening date of Lor Mrs. Lee Dunevant, and Mrs. Dorothy '.
Ns
Dapkel returned,
IttaoNGd of Jacksonville and Miss Geneva raine's Beauty Shop. home Milberger of Green Cove Springs. '
I Francisco of Panama City were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre were Thursday, after undergoing I "f SMOKED OR %
11C visiting Judge and Mrs. E. K. in Key West last week visiting surgery in Bradford County Hospital -i William JJ

1 SUN rI M3ir r I Perryman last Thursday and Fri,,I their son-in-law and daughter:: on Tuesday. Murrhee '
i iSpECt Miss
l Brenda Lewis of
FSU
.+l' day. Lt. j. g. and Mrs. B. G. McIntyre. home for the weekend. was Dies Monday WHITE BACON : /
Mrs. Junius Smith and Mrs. Edward Miss Flora
Slade of FSU will be Mrs. W.. B- Mundy and
I laughter -
Burns will spend the weekend home for the .
weekend.Dr.
: in Miami where will at- Jean, Mrs. J. B. Sapp. and William
1ft/k/ they Thomas [Tommy 1
I' and Mrs. H. H. Adams and I Mrs. R. A. Newsom are in Miami
tend the State Library Associa- Murrhee, 50, of Starke, died Monday FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER FRESH BEEFLIVES
tion family were in Brunswick Ga. on :from Sunday;: to Thursday to at-
annual
meeting on Friday. night after anextended ill-
t1 0 Sunday: visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. tend the Baptist WMU ..
... Mrs. smith is a trustee of the convention ness. Born in Starke on Dec. 12.I I
M. Vickers. and 1b -I =
visiting
Association. Mrs. Smith will also relatives. 1910 he was the son of the late 39c 39c
Cartoon: .Wiches Tangled, Hare attend the Linen Supply Association -I Little Claire Turner of the Mrs. Guy Sale visited' her Curtis E. Murrhee, and Emma

... ... of America convention in I I State Farm was a medical patient daughter Linda Kay. at FSU last Shedd( Murrhee of Starke. He wasa

\ '../"f" ::"_.'.;,-_......-, .-. .'.':" Miami on April 30. J in Bradford County Hospital from Thursday and Friday. veteran of World War nand -

I -. Wednesday, to Sundaor. visiting Mrs. J.Mr.W.and Dodd Mrs.and Dan son Priest were an ment employee of the in Jacksonville the postal depart-Naval LB. 3 LBS. $

t and over new the .weekend.baby son in Jacksonville Air Station. He was a member of LOOSE WEtHERS 39c $1 1

the First Baptist Church, Starke.
Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. J. B. f
erwillegar Motors Besides his mother he is sur-
Carlisle spent the weekend with vived by one son, William T. Mur-

Mr.Pelham,Mr.and and.Ga.Mrs.Mrs.Ralph William' Collins Briscoeof in I rhee.. of Mrs.San J.Diego G. Causey Calif.; of a slater St.- PORK or BEEF SAUSAGE-th' 39c 3LBS. $1

Augustine; and two grandchildren.
Valdosta, Ga. were weekend .
Funeral services were>hejd at 2
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col- CHUCK OR RIB ALL MEATSTEW\ '
I p, m. Thursday in the Jones Me- I
I son.Mrs. morial Chapel with Rev.. Leo He-
'
'II Bill Smith of
Madison
spent last Friday and Saturday bert officiating. Burial was in the STEAK -lb. 49c m lb.59c
family plot. in Crosby Lake Cemetery .
with Mr.and Mrs. James Groover.Dr. .
under the
direction of DeWittC.
HUNDREDS P. G. Felos underwent
surgery -
.
Jones Funeral.Home.
last Wednesday .in Baptist
CHUCKROAST1b.39c THRIFTY SLICEDBACON
Memorial Hospital He is expected ,
DOLLARS home this weekend.Mr. J. F. McComb Named

and,Mrs. Jim Bitch made a Deputy Grand Master ft.C
'
... business trip to Okeechobee last
-
Friday. Jack F. McComb of Starke was 1

M-Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese named to' serve as Deputy GrandMaster

H Bank and M-Sgt. 'and Mrs. R. M. of the Eighth Maso lie Dis- i
36 OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY MAY 1ST.
Months Skeet and children of Goldsboro. trict at the Grand Lodge Communication ,

N- C. spent' the weekend with of Florida F. &; A, M. in

Mrs. Adam Green and Mr% and Jacksonville last week. The appointment -
Financing j To Pay Mrs-Don Page.Rttcelt was announced by Fletcher -

E I. ,. G. McQueen. Grand Masterof

Births the Grand Lodge.Mn .

McComb; an employee of WE STOCK A COWPIETE LINE CrtP.DCERIES '
:NEW AND USED! :CARS TO SELECT FROM Bradford' County' H .ipiW' announces tne buPont Company, is a York ? +

: the following births: Rite Mason and: 'served ;as" Wor- .

1 :Mr. and Mrs.,Ralph 'A, Goodge, shlpfuf Master of the lodge herein

Starke, a daughter. Marcia _Irene 1956. His new;duties,wit be to -MEATS
I. I April 22. serve as representative of theO

Your Authorized Ford Dealer Bradford; County Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larry. nd .M stei' far District Eight PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH :MONDAY NIGHT

I Cochran, -Starke-,: n.a Donald. :;Which includes Union, Bradford, 'OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 AJ& TO $-r'l.
..LathyCcchraii,!Jp"..JAprif?, ; .T,.[ Byes. ;and part=of'Duval.County.. .
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I I .. 0 Woman's Club 1i"k I Mrs. M. F. Hazen j covered-dish supper meeting on

I May Breakfast ,Set ,1 Re-Elected President, !'I May 22.During. the- program Miss

1. For Next WednesdayThe Of Garden.Club. I Dorothy Ross,'program chairman

j,, demonstrated the propagation of
i
annual May Breakfast o : r 1"\, Mrs. M. F. Hazen was re-elected I I spring plants.
the Starke Woman's Club will 4 ; '
president of the Starke Garden Mrs. Harrington and her co-
: be held Wednesday morning, May I Club at the April meeting Monday 1'I hostesses, Mrs. J. D. Seymour and
Gladys 10, at 12 o'clock in the club house.
Mooty !
evening at the home o;. Mrs. Mrs. R. F. Young, served a dessert
Reservations for the breakfast I
Gladys Harrington. I, course to the 18 members and
,, must be. in by noon on Monday. Mrs. T. B. Harding, nominating I I two visitors during the social
May 8, and may be made with ,
i chairman presented the following I hour.
rI either Mrs. J. H. DuPre telephone
I : slate of officers to serve wth Mrs.-I I
969.2331 or :Mrs. T. (J. Hazen.Jr. .
., telephone 969-7581. Ticket > f'' Hazen: Miss Dorothy Ross, first *!! Brownlee Circle

j.I;'1 r are $2 each.Outoftown.) >, Norman vice-president second; Mrs.vice-president Russell; i ii j i i! Meets April J 18
r guests and house
rr J Mrs. P. T. Noun third I
vicepresij j
k' guests of club members, senior |f E i 'I Brownlee Circle of the First
; dent; Mrs. J. D. Doyle recording ;,
club members and members of i Baptist V/MO met Tues: April
L 1 E Er secretary Mrs. V. V. Hazen, corresponding ay
1 CY, the Junior Woman's Club and Lit- 18. with Mrs. L. G. Powell as.hostess
: secretary and Mrs.
y ai'a tle Women's Club are urged to Mrs Paul Raymond
k pre-
I
attend. ; r -A, Harry Mooty, treasurer. The new

t k1r,1 7 it >4 Mrs. Charles Schmitt is gen- '" :.ft-l'..::;'::1" officers will be installed at the sented and Missions.the, program" on "Prayer

eral chairman and Mrs. Dave -. "PO" -,-!!!!!IIi ---

4 4k Paulk will have charge of the
.- kI .. ..; "
r. program. ... ;:;" 'Ii.
lj! "f.J,.._ ....,.,":"..:n. ; ,
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I Former Gail Rowe yti.' ..".,..,f;:' .i" '. ,"" ,,.'- ;-ri. \
: ;i'" ."i:.' ...,., r J. +- b"-W..fi' __ _
Honored With ShowerAs n ___ .
Junior Women Sponsor Girl Scouts This arrangement by Mrs. M.. F. Hazen won an Another Artistic Design blue ribbon winner was

I I Recent BrideMrs. Award of Distinction, as ,well as a blue ribbon, in this driftwood and pine, with figurine, arrangementthe
j
As One Of
Many Community
Projects Artistic Design classification.
Robert G nereux the by Mrs. Jessie Young.: WILt SOON BECOME

1 Members of the Senior and Intermediate I who are not able to have needed former Gail Rowe, a recent bride, rm0".1888T; ',JI14'1:11.ID.GSIi .- __
j :: Girl Scout Troops of was honored at a lovely bridal }.:
i work done themselves. The Bradford -
Starke, pictured above are but shower last Saturday evening 1
one of many organizations sponsored -I I County Health Department I given by Mrs. Vernon Reddish, ,II ,. Na
by the local Junior Woman's : brings such cases to the atten- Mrs. Ervin Andrews and Mrs. rJ1if

'Club. tion of club members, who make Dave Paulk, at the home of the ;

Six members of the two scout appointments with local dentiststo latter on CroSby Lake.A .

troops: shown above exhibit boxesOf have work done at no chargeto pink and white color scheme

Girl Scout cookies which they the children or their families. prevailed in the attractive floral

are selling as a project of their The Thrift Shop, on Court: arrangements throughout the party -

'own. Left to right in the front ', Street, .is open each Saturday rooms. On the mantel in the

row are Lillian Richards: Sandra I', from 9 a. m. until noon. Members living room was a handsome fan-

Register and Jayne Hardy; in I I gather old and discarded clothes,! shaped arrangement of white 5ec1ibr t # ticttRn

the back row are ((1. to r.) Betty I furniture, and other articles to gladioli and shaded pink snap- : e F1' I g 5

,Ann Register, Judy Cauf n nand i sell for charity. The club also pro dragons, and on the televisionwas

Betsy Matthews. : vides for two children at Sunny an arrangement of pink rose- k J

Other projects sponsored by the ; Land Training Center in Gainesville buds. y .

.;Junior Women are an annual and donates to all communitywide The refreshment table in the I"

Variety Show coming up in two charity drives.Membership dining room was covered with a
weeks, a dental clinic and a in the club is open beautiful white cutwork cloth r

Thrift.. Shop. The variety show is : to all women between 18 and 35 over pink satin and held a cen-,

Staged, produced and directed by years of age. The 69 membersmust ter arrangement of pink snapdrag -- -- ----- .

Junior Women and proceeds go maintain their membershipby ons. Pink milk glass trays and Pleased with their blue ribbon awards) are these two youthful A blue'ribbon in -\rUstic De-

,to further charity and civic work. means of a point system. compotes held dainty sandwiches, exhibitors in the Junior Division Mike Huff (left) and Dick To- sign went to MrsMuriel Nor-
< A significant part of the club's Each member must earn a mini cakes, mints and nuts. Throughthe rode man for this unique
program is the dental clinic mum of 40 points per year by at French doors to the long ment. arrange-

through which the Junior Women tending meetings and socials and porch overlooking the lake were

provide dental care for children working -on the various projects. large baskets of white gladioli and 0- Garden Club Flower Show Proves
rr. greenery. On the porch was also Theme:

the round punch table overlaid

: Invitation with a cutwork cloth which was 'Springtime Like A Melody'"Springtime 1

draped with garlands of smilax
.
to loveliness in our smart, new interspersed with :white nose- Is Like A :Melody1!I Themes carried out in the
,. gays. Mrs. James Rowe presidedat the theme used for the Starke artistic design classes were "Catcha ["Mockingbird wards in Division 4 with the

r BEAUTY SALON. the punch bowl. Garden Club's fourth annual Falling Star," "Out Where Hill" classification
the
.. .- s! During the evening the 30 flower show, transformed the West Begins," "Star Dust," -'DownBy I Kitty were: Hazen Grey Gay Donna Hicks .
guests enjoyed bridal games and auditorium of the Starke Woman's The Old Mill Kathy Barrett Mar

i tr t COME and let us introduce you to beauty. service prizes were awarded ,,to'Mrs. Drew Club into a flower garden last The Evening By,, the Stream Moonlight., and "In" I,!f.I tha Winkler Mizelle Dick Torode: Denise

beyond compare.. Reddish, Mrs. Don Page and Mrs. Saturday and Sunday. A special award for I Laverne Outlaw ElleBloodworth n
t an outstanding -I
Green.: Four I \ and David Dyal.
Jimmy
groupings
1 COME.and see our bright, ultra-modern Salon de highlighted the I exhibit in the educational -' The hostess committee
The hostesses presented the flower show with Mrs. M. F.I division Ferved a ,
went to :Mr
Etta
signed with our parton's comfort in mind. honoree with an electric clock as Hazen winning the,Award of Distinction .]Hoover for her Spoon Cactus delightful luncheon to the judges'
en-
\ clerks
COME and be pampered and beautified in an atmos- a memento of the occasion.Woman's with 23 ribbons;; Mrs.' Ed M try.The +I j I preceding and the officers opening of of the the club '
showon
Prevatt walked off # \
: will the show, which had "standard" I
phere you'll enjoy. a -i Saturday.The .
Club' Exec Sweepstakes award
; with 28 rib- rating was judged bv Mrs. ."
t DO PHONE for an appointment. Prices are moderate.IF Board To Meet bons; Mrs. P. 'T.: Nolin receivedthe George Pearson Mi'sE.. F. Jones. the garden auditorium setting, on the stageof
designed for
Award of 1
Merit and David Mrs. E/Keene., ,
Mrs. B. L. Kennedy Florida living ...
was a perfect back of
t '
fral won the Junior -
Achievementaward.
'The executive board of the Mrs. W. E. Mack Mrs. drop for the flower
YOUR CAR LICENSE IS NO. 45W-323 Other first place winners, Clyde Harris Mrs. Milburn display tableswhi
Starke Woman's Club will meet in the artistic Paulk. h filled the auditorium. Soft I WE SELDOM TOOT
design division.
Thursday afternoon May 4. at and Mrs. Ralph Martin all of I background music
: A FREE SHAMPOO AND SET were: Mrs. A. R. Norman, Mrs. R. Jacksonville was played
and
3:30 o'clock the Mrs. Wade
: at club house. I I throughout the show hours.
.. F. Young Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs.
Awaits you at our Salon Watch this space M. H. Lang, and Miss Hampton and Mrs. Caesar Rivera The show was under the direc-
Dorothy of *
every week for new winners.' Sophomore Bake Sale Ross.- Junior Gainesville.gardeners receiving aWardPatray --I I I tion president of Mrs. P. T. Nolan 3rd vice: OUR OWN HORN,

Set For SaturdayThe Mrs.
Meed Lewis
i

G/omo-Ree/ Hair StylistMiss sophomore class of BHS is A Recent Bride, I Hospital Auxiliary
BUT
sponsOring bake sale '.
a Saturday Meets
Ellouise Ph. 964-8341 Mr. Keith April 29 from 9 a. m. until every Honored At Shower TuesdayThe .

353 N. Temple Avenue r '
thing is sold. general meeting of the
St. Mark's Parish House was -
the setting for a lovely bridal Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary Well sooa Ee one of )your local merchants and we want

shower given Thursday eveningof was held Tuesday evening i in to know you better and hope you'll know us better.
St.
I [ last week honoring Mrs. Meed =t ; ., Mrs.Mark's parish house. We've been operating department stores in Missouri and

Visit Our New Office Location Lewis, a recent bride. Hostesses treasurer Lloyd of the Board Green,of seereta Trusteesof ry- Iffiaots since 1910. Our philosophy' simple we be-

furthe\ affair were Mit. R. O- the Bradford here t* service, not only that, but real friendly service.
f Dansby. Mrs. County Hospital We sefl+ only FIRST
Adolph Gay ,Mrs. Corp., installed the QUALITY MERCHANDISE f
400 W. MADISON STREET Riley Wasdin. Mrs. V.. V. Hazen. : Mrs. H. A. following Bishop ,Jr.officers youH never find a second or irregular in our store. Day

Mrs. Ewell.1a'wson, Mrs. H. A. a. president; Mrs. C. A..Knight vice- wand day oat, you'd find ear prices to be as LOW or
Lawson, Mrs. J. T. Lawson, Mrs. s LOWER dial ,,au'U find anyplace!
Mrs.
president
INSTITUTE FOR ESSENTIAL HOUSING Claude Crowson. Mrs. Eustis Mc- ; George Miller secretary
; and Mrs. J. M. Smith
Knight, Mrs Dave Paulk. Mrs. treasurer. WeVe mighty proud of ear merchandise, tool You'll finda
p a w pp Leola Roberts, Mrs. Freeman complete line of ready-to-wear for,every member of the
After the
; Register Sr., Mrs. F.: J. Pellum regular business family including shoes of all types ,. dress shoes, sport

\ r\ 91Q.y.\ \ t r,:A\,.; .. x.:.: ..a. j;>.Qiti'r, ,hY,. a.9.a.,.,V Mrs. Lacy Silcox Mrs. Harold meeting to the members, refreshments* were served shoes, work shoes you name it, we have it. Also,
o :. .;;N& r:\.tyr: cZ,? x ; ; r:: by the soot! you'll find stock of famous brand
:;\:.J,::Lq.. rai.;,r.h! 'i ; ,:. ;:zbx.3 J'tia'; +::?ac, Epps and Mrs. P. T. Nolin. dt'Y committee. a complete furnishings
for &e home.
Spring flowers in attractive
\ v g C arrangements -

',. age points throughout were placed the at vant-I Farewell Party In a few'weeks from now we'll fce redecorated, a new 'sign

reception out front and best of all, brand new first quality mercttan-

which room.the The receiving mantel line before stood: For Two Couples dise. We'll be looking forward to seeing; you j real soon.

was a focal point with, a huge .
Given
fan-shaped arrangement of Wedding Announced By Jaycees, P.s. We're clearing out merchandise to male

blooming ligustrum flanked by Mr. and Mrs. William Robert The Officer's Club at Camp .foom for ours. Prices have been slashed through

silver candelabra holding burning Ward Sr. of Starke announce the Blanding was the setting for a debghtful .oat the store. Come in and help your.// to a
blue
tapers. engagement and approaching farewell party last Friday ,.. savings treat!r .
The handsomely appointed refreshment marriage of their daughter, Bar ,evening given by the Starke '
s 2 table was covered withan Jaycees for Mr. and Mrs. Walker
bara
imported cutwork cloth and tray, Jean son of to Mrs.Arthur Nora Bryan L. Patrayof Pa- Wood, who are moving to Texas Just A Few Of The Many *
centered with a crystal punch bowl Texas
Starke. ana, this weekend and 3f r. I
the HEMLOCK HILL around which was a garland of and Mrs Bob Benner who also
are
The wedding will be on event of Attractive Close-Out Specials
Southern smilax interspersedwith moving to
Columbus Ga.
June 4 at 3 o'clock in the' First .
gardenias. Blue tapers in silver Dancing and refreshments were
Christian Church --
with
a reception
holders completed the arrangement enjoyed by the guests during I
following in the church reception
FIRST TIME EVER! -Silver and crystal compotes halL party hours and door prizes there Reg. 79c & 89c Per Yd.OILCLOTH .

held dainty cakes nuts and '"No invitations are being issued given away. NOW 2Sc
mints. i The :Jaycees presented the honored I -
but all friends and relatives of the
Mrs. Paulk greeted ,guests as i guests with Tole trays as ;
% they arrived and presented themto couple are invited to attend.. memento of the occasion.

100 Financing for Finished Homes the receiving line composed of r Reg. 39c Per Yd.
Flower
: Show Set
Mrs. Vernon Reddish who stoodin District DirectorTo 2SC
'
line for the honoree after she I By Lake Butler MATERIAL---NOW

a Frame 9 3 Bedroom Oak Floors became ill just before the party Garden ClubThe Install OfficersOf
Mrs. N. S. Dankel, mother the

Block 9 2 Bedroom 9 Awning Windows honoree Presiding and at the Mrs.punch Paul bowl Faulkner.and Lake Butler Garden Club I Junior'Women : Reg. $2.99 & $3.99 HALF

refreshment table were Mrs. Ewell will hold its spring flower show Mrs. John King of_ Ja DRESSES
Di-GIRLS' .-
.. Lawson Mrs. J. T. Lawton; Mrs. on Saturday, April 29, from '4 to t Junior Woman's Club District PRICE|

PAYMENTS AS LOW( AS RENT McKnight.The Claude Crowson. and Mrs. Eustis 8 ,p. m., and SUnday. April 30,1 rector, will install'the,new officers j -
,from 2 to 6 p. m. at the Civic at the
hostesses presented the Center on the lake front.. Garden'! May dinner-meeting. of the

CHOOSE FROM 8 NEW STYLES honoree with a three-piece set of I Clio and others from t tr![junior Woman's Club Monday- Reg. $1.99 Rugs NOW 1.50

Corning-ware as a memento of ,Bradford County are cordially invited evening. May 1, at 7 o'clock.
the occasion. to attend. A dinner at the dub house will

precede the installation of officerswith

UDC Chapter Recent Birth the new ,members serving as ALL HARBWAIlE--HAtF PRICE
Models At 400 W. Madison Street. I hostesses. .

964' 8641 W., T. Week's chapter, TJ D. C. I Mr. and MrsMUlard Jordan, During the program. Mrs. King
and Cor. Cherry and E. Call Streets .
win meet with Mrs. Jesse New- Starke announce the birth of a will give the highlights of last

some. Wednesday afternoon, May. daughter, Darlene Lynn, on April Year' Junior Woman's Club general SOCKS FOR FAMILY-HALF PRICE

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'I -- '--- ants hat'ar sneaking': in from IB The Clrrilt! Coart Of The Eighth J! It 4-27 rI r J been brought against you by Albert
Hartmann and :Elsie hiswife
the outside block their Ifartmann.
path by j I
JvdlrltCIrtit. In A tail For HrMFerd -
Fatnigr's ; I' NOTICE OF IXTEXT10X TO }{I for themselves and also Cur
Diary blowing filler-a 5 clilor&nf'pr Countr,. Florida. In Thaorerr'Caw
I., percent -I ... ; ICEG ISTUR nl"TITJOrMn !the use and benefit of George Kopc'lousos. -
.' : !$*$ pereeni dieldrin dust' \ 1SO'town !j Notice js hereby given that the !' and al."o against Isabel
Fin.am.vJ Company<< at Starke J '
'fRitch and 'ber husband, J. II. Uitth.
By Sam undersigned under the provisions
,. McGaryey into the ants' linii of march. j Plaintiff G. Curable"vs. fen Defendants.Curable, and Casfiie of Chapter 20.953:J, Laws of Floridaj /i Lois Ferryman: and her husband Jo':.
f For indoor Acts of 1941, will register with theCIeik !jK. Ferryman Louise, Sayies, a w -
an 3 j
.4 application, use i NOTICE OF SALE ]
,.., /1! tn' Mifa" Darby Peel, a widow.
of ;
j I the Circuit! Court: In and
I freight traiii to there per? gent chtardane or 0.5 percent S! Take Notice that pursuant to i; for Bradford County Florida j!Sinclair L. Peek Jr. and his wife
get "DU chiI that upon
| certain Final Decree of Fore- ;
Fair Interest BroadenedThe connections ftnrjdrin.! in a non-staining Jeodor-: receipt of proof of publication ofj Margaret Ptek.O'mnces Peek Ward
between Saafim1h closure entered' in the above entitled: I husband Ward Leon-
i this notice 1 the (and her Roy
i zed kerosene. j(cause on April :0, 19,61, the undersIgned fictlUpus name ofj5
I arid Telfair T.
ftastihgs single
aid Darby Peek
were so bad.! \ fcstside iiult Station, under wiiii |
move to broaden the base of support for Bradford '..:..*., ., ', Apply the spray to surface.near. {{'Court will Clerk sell of the the following above 'named:U<" I,Madison I am engaged! in business at 750 "'''.I'j Ling Margaret and Long his wife Carroll Myrwin and her tng husband -.

County's annual fair seems off to a good start with' much t I Sam-has i lost' his J job as' helper $p he riest or, where the ante crawl. 1;i scribed;! mortgaged property t -wtt:I, I.. U Varnes.St. Starke' 644: N.Fla.Water St., Bryant S. Carroll. Pleasant-
One Living Kontn
: Suite 4 1 .
enthusiasm shown at the first meeting of newly-elected Qf- tI I at Alice's! nursery.' He transplanted This!: includes cracks in the floors: j j T. V. :1" Ad.. 1 Dinette.; Set 5 pc.PI,:.. 11 sole Dated owner.this :27th. day of April' A. len William Long N., Long Richard and his I.on(wlfA.single J.,,'ti

ficers and directors last week. I some weeds abpg with, petunias arid walls, around water pipes,I!' 2 ret Single* 1 Oas' Range.Beds Com.2 Dbl.. 2 Beds Chest com of. I D.., 1981 at Stark., Bradford County II'* Long Richard Thede, a wld I Jr., jfrtnr, Come
Richard Thede a
America)' 'Legion Post 56 deserves credit for i its fore' i and he was iJemoted' immt'4jately. electrical outlets, ,.heat ducts,;j Drawers, 1 Radio & Phono. -Comb., Florida. 4-27:! 4 t 5-18 Long a widower, C. A. FateK art
!' to water boy. 'tracks behind moldings baseotrds ,I1 Steel Ouitar, 1 Silver! Tape Amplifier. his wife Verdi Fnt h. Hester L
in fair grounds and holding the One of the boosters for ," i -
"sight securing adequate using S (1' windows an3 door frames,i 1 Lawn Mower Thomas, a widow.. 1/t rtlU C. Put h
organization together for many years, but its decision to plastic as mulch tor 'terries is 1 Edwin also to the highest and best bidder for la The Circuit Ccivrt Of Bradford and his wife Beatrice Latch, Maud?
Latest, menace for muleTIs..tti& around kitchen cupboards, cash .at public outcry at the South of
the
i C.uaty. Florida* U C'.C'f'I'T. C. italic, a widow. County
widen ,the scope of this annual event by sharing responsibility Starling. When asked' how he ]little sports; pars.. One of th% miniature ..- s hejvs- .'sinks. and bathtubs. Do, front door of the County Court ('.a. Net I-tsl Bradford a governmental subdivision (
'with other groups is already proving its value. A good liked plastic, he said: "I would 't cars ; i'a.pp y these oil-base I House in Starke;. Florida, at 12:09:! Albert Hartmann and Elsie Hart- of the State of Florida, and the
: : rammed a mule over sprays noon on iiiy 1st. 1981. City of Starke. a Florida manlcipu)
have had any berries if I hadn't'' j mann. his vtife for themselves' and
cross section of community rests and organizations was by Newberry last week ..an"was' near an open flame, or on asphalt ;Charles A. Darby also for tbe use and benefit' of 'orporation as defendant: in. the

represented ,at the meeting last week and the broadened had the. plastic.I. '. -j' demolished in the co1iisIonflrfrersaid -iile., or on grass trees or shrubs. Clerk'Rvadford of Circuit'CQunt Court).. Florida 'Rradford Jeorge Kopelc County'.sos, a, Plaintiffs Governmental, vs. 'Circuit"ircult I in Court and of for the Bradford Ciglitb Judicial County': ',

"base' will undoubtedly dividends in a larger, more com According to there he didn'4 see the mu1 tie-* Fleas! Too By Marian L. Crosby D. C. Subdivision of the State of Florida, Florida, and you are surnropaed, ordered -
; reports, Is' (SEAL) and requited to the JOTJrtri{-
ft et al., Defendants.
cause was dark. No comment'"trom Florida '
,prehensive fair. another crop of berries oh the homeowners appear to T. Frank Landrum, NOTICE OF SUIT ten answer or defenses' to (Tie coiulaint -

One of the goals of the new organization is to change way and there should be.a goo'4 ;' the mule,. because he up'-ancf, '. be plagued. : amore than the Attorney for Plaintiff. It In The Name Of The State OfFlorida 'the,) above filed entitled herein' cause against in the you'office lit-

the"date of the fair (after this year) to make i it{ a, spring demand for them because a number tied: 4VVYYYYvvvYYvvvvvyyyyyyyy'' usual infestation of fleas. Requests I Pleasant: To:Allen Long, whose residence of the Clerk of the CircUit
further; it having of in are pouring in asking\ ways is unknown; lira Peek, a widow Court in and for Pradfofrf Cogjity.
ancf By people this have
fall area
rather event Revitalize -
than a i 'tLet's o' get' relief from this In The ClrrBlt Court Of FlurI.btIljkth r and Wm. W. Peek, sipgkv the Florida, at hU office in the Coumy
.a. Bradford County Fair 'and'StrawberrJ Festival all in asked when they can get fruit forth pest. Judicial Circuit, I. AndFor residence of each of whom Is 312 "'ourt Honse in Stark Floridaon
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lr It's very'common to Bradford County I Cli.Bfry }r before the 23th1 day of Slay A.
freezers. get a con1'plaint Silver Pin Street, Hendersotwille! ,
"one. glamorous. package: : 'S. GO : from people who MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE I North Carolina; Mary Peek, a wi- D. nil, and to serve a copy of suchsiiswer
have gotten O. ADavis and Verna Mae V.
The advantages ol' a sprr rafner than ar fall, event i dow, and Julian Peek III, a minor, > or defenses upon Hotlia
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,, Davis his wife Plainttffs hreinvinse
We rid of their Naiteyuddarth. plaintiffs attorney ;
had two berries last week pets only to find :' : and Tanya Peek a minor, each pf Knight
too" obvious to be overlooked weather conditions are A. feiulant.: j' I address In Post Office Box:
seem : from the that fleas have become whom is a resident' of 314 Con way \

usually\ better in' the spring, ; horticultural aftl .agricultural:i rabbit got I'OW one we and have a planted.mockingbird A. Gardenhig numerous in the house and more yard.I Is NoTICE hereby OF griveri PALKXotiVe pursuant! I Smith Road, and Decatur W. E.Georgia Knight; ,Robert if alive M. {II said Sl2, Starke.daW" .Florida required\ on by or,the befof Lawfr;; \t

exhibits would, 'plentiful 1 H c other. to a Final Decree of Foreclosure and if dead their Unknown of Florida and the Florida Rules.,cf<<:
be'Q..e wflUli'avjZj .2nfhct respective -
: .. the But there is som'emOl'e .'. With. the pets gone, too flejb dited April :26th! 1H1! and enteredin Civil Procedure.' '
heirs,
devisees
''wIthfall, carnivals and sports events; more money is usuallyin fruit coming on. By 'Hervey Sharpe .(ind. themselves with no dom ..stlcnlxnals Chancery Cae X6. 12-!.Dl of the creditors and other claimants grantees to If, jrflu"f1l-U..to} ,do is() a -decfe'e.fo

circulation during 'berry, season; ; and ,last, ,but not least, Florida' Agricultural' Extension on which to feed. There Circuit Circuit Court In and of for the Bradford Eighth County Judical the through hereinafter, under or described against lands them respectively by- you t"nnfessro'"wUl for the relief bt en'ter demanded dagabt"l In the

the' luscious strawberries themselves ,would be here, to be'IQjsplayed Early bean prices ar$: disappointing Service fore. the y, begin to aggravate :, Florida wherein O. W. Davis and ; the unknown heirs, complaint .

and enjoyed by tourists and citlier ou- -county according to one grow ,the. homeowner.. : plaintiffs Verna Mae and Davis, his wife A. are the devisees, legatees grantees creditors You are further notified is that.tjl \
.; Even if .ypu 4 'er. He said he has a crop of wax : Due to, the i.s 1 the defendant 1 will sell to the clouds from and quiet title of 'the
visitors. long warm spell in claiming any interest in and to the
yoif
'. beans and when your pantry, ? may have them highest bidder for cash at the 'front plaintiffs and that of plaintiff
he
Another goal of the new Fair i association i is to sell 2,000 : : contacted a: eliewhere''""-including your plants. late. winter' ticks. are, also. shoeing door of the Bradford ('ountyC.mrt- through hereinafter under described tfr against lands Hattie by$, grantee George Kopelousos to whom
in the at 1 each Tufo thousandIs buyer he was told he'd 1 be luckyto : took up in the lawns. of some'homes. house in tarkp. Bradford County, Peek deceased Comer L. Peek, deceased plaintiffs warranted title to th.erdes.'rih..d .
'memberships organization So Inspect'now. for the
get picking expenses out of! little Florida" at 1 Oo'n'k:/ / ) A. M. on Cornelia Long deceased, respective portion of tjh$
a lot of members, but every loyal citizen' of Bradford them. His answer: why pick'em'i' b1'. ck invaders. .as,. well> as 'the big the 8 day of May A. 1'). 1961, tbl'ol1oW'ing Carlile Peek, als known an Carlyle above described real estate together
r&ct'6n S. : The same treatment will kill described property as set E'eek, deceased, Julian L. Peek also constituting all of such real estate.
should Be willing.to invest a. dollar in' an eyefit that could :then? : forth in said Final Decree to-wit: known as Julian Peek and as J. L. It is hereby ordered that this Order -
'and should put this* county in the'limelight of Florida agriculture S.. Often these pests are on ornamentals both fleas and tickS. It's a triple A portion of the Southeast quarter Peek deceased Sinclair L. Peek and Notice shall be. published
'guarding ave' insects approach of treating pests inside (SEH) Tof the Southeast quarter also known as S. L.: Peek, deceased, once a week for four con. utJftJ
and livestock leaders. I.: The cool weather has persisted ; house fSK'4) of Stctlon: :29, Township 6 Clara Peek deceased, Julian Peek weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
I that are piakihg honeydew for the. and the lawn area. outh. Range !2 East in published -:.ID
the
1'at, night: making this, one of the City also known as Julian Peek Jr., de- a newspaper
; th ii'c ptors. Ants barter, eggS A. 4 percent: malathionJust is \\nt Starke, Bradford County, Florida, ceased. and Lois Thede, deceased; Bradford! County, Florida.. and hv,
Stocfcs Bonds And Bttats l longest springs we can remember and being more particularly described respectively Thomas Kydd if alive, ing a general circulation in,. saUt.
here. Speaking of the' hot weather of; scale'insects, i mealybugs, whiteflies an, effectivq flea killer. For; an in-: I as follows\ : as the purported administrator of County.
'aphids and in dpoc flea-tick control i| For point of reference commence the estate of Robert M. Smith, andif Witness my hand as Clerk of aJd
Sometimes it becomes a little difficult to follow the reasoning we hadabout six'weeks ago, : leafhpppers ? apply a ''it the .Northwest corner; .(tf said Circuit 'ourt and the seal 'of Said
dead all unknown cla.iming -
of our lawmakers in Tallahassee. Amid talk of the I'one person"said: "We. ha.I a real i i their nest; during winter to. be J ready A prepared" household' SpraY 'K'i; of SE'i] and run thnce South as successor personal,persons representative Court at Starke, Bradford County.,
"'- sure'of spring and supI I containing, S? degrees and 18. minutes East a'ong th-is 2tth day of April, 'A.D.
a : summer malathion or Jiazinon or claiming any interest in Florida
broaden short this
dire need for more and the to summer '
suggestion
money year the- Northerly boundary tu re- 1961. _.
I ply of sweet excreta. a lQp'or.: the property hereinafter described; I
in combination --- --
the, sales tax to include groceries and medichie) comes now IS.Theres :., : with 'if, a distance of ::;.04 feet to the and all persons or parties having or (CIRCUIT COURT 9KAL.1
Ant injury to is either i chlordane Masterly boundary of th > DARBT
: been a real scramble on plants indirectAnts' or, dieldrin. ( rlg-ht of claiming to have any right, title or S-CHAJUE5 A
proposed bills that would: way of a Street for Point of Beginning. Clark of Circuit Court of
kethe As
I insect frill interest in and to the following
at
pests
.the i> "rt'or growers= 'f; L4 A sprayer, a paint brush Florida. '
corn sign or a lands and being in Bradford Bradford County
1. Lower the tax on stocks and bonds from the present I lying '..is"
for
; up" for corn land 'pa 1I1en'ts. A strength destroying vegetables | pump-type oil can is excellent for From point of besrinninff thus de- County Florida to-wit: 4 27 4t
,$2 thousand to $1.50 the first year $1 the second 'land, ''crilled run South 0 degrees and 30 All of and
per arnS igrow r told us that he >:;an: get j t ornamentals--. by, .practicing applying insecticides to cracks in 'n'"nute& East along: said Easterly Block. 14 Except Lots 7
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thereof and Except the
year of the coming bienni m. 'more 'per.:atre. from the payments I;i sanitation, fighting off natural the floors around baseboards: : nc1 fiounda'ry. a distance of 140 feet; thereof within the existing portion right PINE LEVEL BATtiSTClUt CHURCH

2. Exempt'pleasure boats, up to $1,500alue from tax- I,than he can by growing' corn. arid I }i predators an invasion of insect 'in 'other dark protected places. Vnn thence North !89! degrees! anti of wa'y of State Road 20.0( ; and,
\ parasites. i I'ho.! minutes East: a distance of !i4.O5feet >> All of Block 13 Except Lots 9 and Fowler of Arlington. :1't4 .-
ation. t hat. he will use the money to finance -. Be sure to spray mats and furniture -i ; run. thence North; 1 degree' and iu.I thereof: I
While the stocks and bonds measuf6 recommended :; other farming ''operations j Ants also invade lawns. Beside on which pets'sleep. j,10 minutes We 't a distance of 134.84 All in Simon J. Temple's Additionto. ,. Mission Director of.the World?
.. II' ." .their'painzur sling, ants; make un- tfeet to the Xortherlyliou.udary of the Town of Starke, Bradford] Baptist Fellowship, will speak
by: the Administration as an inducement tQ Attract more ,i, i For an outdoor attack on pet aforesaid S.E1of tlj SEU ;. ran County Florida, as per plat thereof and evetinf ',at

capital to Florida,' i it,; will be difffcfirtf'ffif.fhe'man: in the How afcout that proposed cross-, j otherwise slightly\ hills perfect thatc.luttervup lawn. and 'p sts, use a jar spray attachment 'lutes'thentNorth, West 87 along degrees said anh.Northerly IS niin-, pages recorded-SB 3.04-305 thereof,Deed Iook of the"G"pub'. at Sunday the Pine morning Level Baptist, ChurchC666,

.8 reet to see why his 'groceries'aiid niedicfne should be taxied state waterway for small, boats on the garden hose. Spray mixtures .'boundary- dl tan9e of 92.64 feet to lit records Q.* Bradford County, I
For outdoor control, Agricultural !point of .
which beginning.ubjeet Florida' ALso .
would the ,
Santa Fe
to make up a deficit cau'sed.l (?eat in phft- by cutting River for the use middle section of; I Extension Service ehtomolp-f containing BHC DDT, and f I to ( uif lute Insurance I All of; the lands platted at. an' alley or
( z1non. will kill both fleas and 'Qmpan mortgage presently en* through. said Blotfc 14 by said ,
:the taxes on a man's. o'ck.s and bolT I plat
wealthy s. chlordane
gists
i suggest or dieldrinin .
ticks.As cumbering
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he project! Of interest lo farmers I property afore dest'ribed.jn Except the 'estet1y 3.25: feet of
J The proposal to exempt pleasure: tibafcf: up* to $1,500 i in aside from the recreational]I water-base sprays. For attacking '$2,219.32 the unpaid principal balance of the Northerly 5'') feet thereof, being
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:value from taxation seems etfualry1< incongrufltus in the face an a'nt nest try two tablespOons fleas like dry, sandy areas : a* recorded l in Mortgage the portion thereof adjacent to Lot
part of it, is the fact that betterdrainage for breeding.be T5ook .:34, Page 541, rt t"Jl.. public ? of said Block: ALSO. All of the
:of the state's increasing, heed for funds. If anything should would be obt ned in I of 50 percent chlordane per der th sure to spray un- !'records of Bradford County: Florida. lands platted as an alley through
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: I gallon of water. Pourthe mixture ., ?.house, under the tool shejj Dated this 26th day of April, A. said Block 13 by said plat, Except
be exempt from taxes, why pick a luxury item like boats? this area. I and in the sand bed ;D. 13C1. the portion thereof lying between

:JA man, has to buy groceries: and, medicine, l but? there is no 'S {i' into the a'rea"with the nest opening..water- ,to'w Then sh soak the park the jalopy. where you (SEAL(S>) Marian U Crosby ,I Lots You.9 and and each It! of of said you Block are ;hereby

'compulsion for a man to invest $1,500. in, pleasure boat Alice is undergoing a series of'r ... Deputy Cleric notified that a suit in equity has
insecticide down to the bottom : .. ..
tests: to find which materials she _. .. ,
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unless he .5" .... ': 2 ; r' .
has few reasonable -- : :
to :
a more dollars y.a tax i i
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p i s" allergic 'to. One of, the first she frfding place of the queen ant. iUfll ; l. 0.' .....<:"
;rit. ; On plants apply a spray mixture -
0 took, on grasses, gave her' a ter-1 I
It is estimated that the boat-exemption measure, alone ible reaction. The doctor explained !J of 'a tablespoonful of 50 per- ; I II I

would cost Bradford.CpuntKfrom $40004o;() $5,000in.much- that it is the mold on the 'cent wettable chlordane pOwder '.. ii'f'- ,- I -'lit .. FLORIDA BAKK .

Deeded tax revenue.: Frankly, we fail' to see why boat own- grasses not( the seeds, which in three gallons "of water. Do 'not ,. AT STARKE I

,, apply this poison to foilage or .
ers should be a privileged class. cause so much trouble. ., ,

As said before, sometimes it i is just a HtJIe ';18rd''t6 follow S. I, fruit that will be eaten : .- ..',, STARKE, FLORIDA .
I
the reasoning of our bill-introducers? d in:Tallahassee1. The cool spring, and almost [i' If ants are in the house, find I
J s !4l4 -- constant threat of frosts, prompted out if they are coming from outside .
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Conner Stresses us to find.what was the latestspring :;" or iL.threst1a' indoors. For STATEMENT OF CONDITION ; : .
Quality.
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freeze folks' could remember : : :
When Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner spoke OU timers said: the latest j Atfentfon :' ', Condensed from Report td- Comptroller. : > :

out recently' behalf of the"mass"proauction of top quality one they could remember was one i Ap-'rilI2 '. :. : '-' .:, :

and highly standardized fruits and- vegetables by Florida that; occurred a long time ago. FLORIDA 1981Resources I ; '-

1 farmers, he might have been speaking : which killed corn on a M12F! ', .">. w>. -.""c ''ir'
directly to Bradford ': ;
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County strawberry 5 .* -- : :
growers. 'I
One blessing ab ut the cool Motorists : : -:
I Time and again tnis s asoni/ as'inesons- past, it has nights is that the bugs haven't i _. ;; ;,: : .: d. I
been shown at the market 1 "'
that the
grower who puts. .,.up a been bad yet. We've been able to :

"t poor pack harms iio one so much as himself.: understand that. On some of our Loans and. Discounts ,. ., -: '> ',. '

In addressing group of field
,of, a large supermarket ch in' JCoriner said:: ?"1roni mite chUb for: the 'reproduction" Banking House Furniture & Fixtures '" :: 1
time to I have U :. .. .. \ 11,333'.22;
time noticedhousewives, in 'ilelf-service; markets of the big-footed plant"bug.: for i' s '_ -"" ; r- .'. <,:" "
select potatoes (tomatoes" peppery instance. :Other Real Estate r .' 'M '; ', : ..: ". .' !
: or ytiiA.that Owned \ : 36;
you might have to .sell S. ; ,600.00 I
? : ; her. S.e'. ,is.IooMf t .:saml'size, I" :,.: .. '
the .same shape 'Snd the A colored farm worker stopped /, (v I
samej quality products." at our place while hitchhiking'' Prepaid. : Expenses '. ". .' :,:', : ., .::: 1533.53
If this is : ,'
true of staple Vegetables like'ptatoes .
and to- : '
matoes, how much i is it of from Georgia to the Hastings Other Resources 7" : "'": : ;' : : '.; :.:' '
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more true :
a fancy, l x ry'item area, where he hoped 'lo" find] .. ..., ,( .58
like strawberries Wherf .i .. .
: ; the lad 'of the hftnSe se"rVei strawberries work. Heasked' jir ctlorisi 1I '" ..J. .
i to ,her guests she wjJrits': I Accrued Interest &1 Income Receivable
naturally the m, to" the Route 100 then explained; casually 14,140.12 : : -

brighest reddest, 'most : uniforrri! In size '4.tla1Jtr 'that that he would have hopped, a iOf..TRAVELERS ; : I

(an be obtam d. If they don't' meet her' $ isfrmimating? U. S.. Government! Securities. 1,922,723.49' .-'
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'- ; .. Iff
ta.ldai'ds-no! sale! A few such "no' sates4:" and who ulti AUTOMOBILE. .. ; .

mately' pays: ? the grower, of course. He paysbj> }lower.. 'prices: I INSURANCE Florida. County; & Municipal lj Bonds, 353,678.32, tiJ'..;..,, '
f
fpr c his I berries on the next day's market/ jour shoes : .

':Bradford" growers have taken giant teps toward hiore talk I 1. New.LowRate Other,. State & Municipal Bonds, 137943.31; : '. ; _. '


by efficient the use.mass of soil production"testing and of strawberries fumigation, improved in recent years erti-/ about you I! (I.I 2. Safe. Driver. v Savings C shon Hand & Die FromBank 499,228.04 1 .. !' &.2927713.2; I M! :

hers and the 'Use of plastic .
mulch they have ven
l licked \ I '

I the labor problem by the construction .and operation 'of a: II a- Local Agent Service 'TOTAL, ,." '
migrant !labor camp. And, by following ::. .
the advfte of' the : &. '

government inspector' :, they have made. improvement ..also' I. .-- --'-:-- .,-. ; v_ j\-4 I .s jt'(. ;: ; .,. ,>j ; I ;
: ,. ":: 'o' ,
$1 SHOE' : '-. "p'".. '' ,; .' :
putting a uniform Liabilities "
up : "
quality pack. In some 1/1 ;
1 cases .l
a .
poor ; ; : : '
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pack the ';: : ,. :4 : J : 1
is result of c : ;
rather not knowing how it should be done, REPA1RIH Charley E. Johns ". 'a&t';'"dI,:'*. :. '.. ..- ',,...,<,>,'.,:r. \ .
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than a :deliberate : : ') .. ," .
.attempt to deceive. No L' ; > J
what the catise> however, it hurts the price of berries matter on L keeps tMMlioin .Ui newt I Capital Stock :;-. j.,;. ; 4'I.;V, .. 150pOO.OO* 9, ;'! ':. ', ', ', : :
the > ; "
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:market the ,
just
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same. Surplus I .' > ?-: '.\ '
.4cYP.hone ] -- 250 .'
'00000 'k'i .
: "We i
.must get the Florida farmer to work _. : .;
on a standard : T"- <- *- 7
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product ot'' the best' quality possible, -and to COURTSHOE '' ; Undivided Profits. : "**.""r. > .' : .4S .
mass-produce \ 4S21.56:
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such product at the lowest cost per unit fir order' to' get the ,WO 4r0121 : : :; : :;'I" .

most: Bradford, reasonable return"the Commissioner declared. ; REPAIR 131 S:: Walnut St. I': Reserve for.Contingencies 15348.962 ; 4 i.-" <:/1"- ,11' 601,870.5i

County soil is capable .of producing the best -
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strawbthjes on te4.market']? and as soon as local Severs; '-4---Starke. 4L, -Flau.! I Reserve for Taxes, Ihtere 4t, Etc. .. 44,026.31 '
establish. the reputatIon of putting 126 N. COURT ST., IErUSE.nll tit : i. .' -."J -
up a consistently high ,
duality pack' Bradford berries will demand top prices wher- Starke, FloridaE. 1UnlUS'.' Ift'1701D, II Interest & Income Collecfed, NUE rned '. .. 3 ,641.46 I .

ever they are sold. < A. HALL, Owner& Mgr. V I r : 1 .;

4 .4' .- ". .. ;' ". r Dividends Decl; j d"Not Yet Payable \f": ,' 1,620.06

4 : THE BAb'F COUNTY T i '.- : : : .1
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: ESTABLISHED I87B -' 0"-- -- Deposits '. .. ; '
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I -" ,780,768.oi .
: Florida's oi4est \ t : ;: I I
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1J..1 NrPu'C.< Splng.Tu k' Sale tOTAL . 4466326.3 I

nOR I c.SS' tin'aoQAly* Under The Same j! _T. .)

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i IAY APRIL 27, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY, TELEGRAPH. STARKE, ._ .,_ FLORIDA_ S ElIf' ]
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Tom Moore Wins I I Fourth In, Row -, !. top'performance: ; among' Starke :: tat Y.ar T Ye_'ri
fleldmeix as he broke the conference I )[Maintenance Repairs Courthouse Sal

and school pole vault records]I of Janitor, & Util. 810.00: 7,35&.00

Outboard Races with a leap.erf 12-6. Lynwobi Walters -1 I :Maintenance & Repairs County owned ,

1 i ., Tom Moore 14-year-old son of TornadoesBradford TakeConference and William Silcox tied forsecond1 Buildings 500.00 VV 2.500.CO

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy chore> of in the event with identical Elections and Registrations 4,409.09' 2.250.OQ

: Starke. breezed to victory in theY jumps of U-8.. Legal Advertising 500.00 1,000.00
S0-'horst- wer class in the Jacksonville Senior field star Sam Gardner
\ t Advertising Delinquent Taxes .400.00 300.00
.
';1 Outboard Club races last T i4 tlt! came through'with hB usuai, sterling -
Supplies
Exps., and Insurance Commis-
} Sund: /. Young Moore paced theft i .performance and tOOk blue
seven.-.oat fleetall the way and: ribbons ui Both'th'e shot and- dis- sioners Only 1,500.00 150.00

J Weal o.i to place second in the trackmen romped home last. Saturday with }ils. He won the shot-put with a Supplies Exps., and Insurance County

rr;' 60-horsepower:) class. their fourth consecutive Keystone Conference' championship} 1 .o-:3.ot:: 49-10, arid discuss with .a.hrov OfficesDischarge 5000.00 5.000.00

V ..1 VV .A. bitter protest arose in the-75- in their shirt pocket after outsCo rig three opponents' by 93 .I ; of 1*|-11 34. Both distances Fees of Prisoners 100.00

T horsepower class when David Fen- / points.In. wire good enough to set Salaries, Juvenile Judge & Counselor ,

ton of Starke, driving Moore' breezing to their easy victory the Tornado thinclads new conference marks, but were Youth Serv. & Exps. 2,035.00 .1,800.00Salaries

boat ,was disqualified for an improper racked up 137 1-2 points compared to 44 1-2 for their nearest not Gai iner's, best .performancesof Circuit Judges and Secretaries '1,288.08 1.2.88.08S'alr.ry

turn after winning the race rival P. K. Yohge. Macclenny\ had 40 points and Santa Fe the year. of State Attorney and Court
Gather Rid-
by a lengthy margin.
15 ,to round out the scoring.. Green ,Co"eFernandina The Tornadoes placed four men ;i Reporter 444.96 444.96
Jacksonville; declared and
gell of ; was in he shot with Tom'
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4 Live Oak did not compete. young Maintenance and Repairs. County Jail 500.00 75O.O
the winner.
Gardner following in the footsteps i
Pete Sapp of Pala. ka. son of Eight records fell before the on- hampered by pulled muscles all of his brother tossing the I!i Law Administrative Supplies and Ex

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp of New slaught of the powerful Starke season was running the hurdles steel ball-43feet tg finish second:! j} pensesTubercular 500,00 500.00-

River and a 10-jear veteran of trackmen as freshmen Tom Gardner -, for the second time. Jack McCoinb placed 'fourth inj; Hospital for Indigents 2, OO.00 2,000.00

outboard racing outclassed a field ,.brother of senior Sam Gardner -' 'The tan junior won the high the event and Jimmy Smith fifth. Insanity Inquiries 350.00 150.00

of seven in the unlimited open took high honors with 16 jump with a record leap oJ 6-1!.z' The younger Gardner also I Relief? Allowances\ 6500.00 6,500.00

class. The recent Gator Bowl : V'v p:>ints. Gardner was closely] followed andthe ,,180 yard low hurd'es ina. placed) second. behind his brother;',: Hospital Service for Indigents 12,079.00 8.720,00

marathon champion opened his w by senior Charles McLeod record 21.5time., He" also took in the:discus with s" tossof 1246.1while' Salary County Service Officer 2,200.00 3,000.00Salary
catamaran, powered by twin 80- with 15ii points and junior Hallie'i the 120 yard high hurdles in 15.9
I Arthur Holliday: had a : Civil Defense Director and
'-,. Seymour wi h 15. i I .
horsepower motors) and crossed .' .1- t' ; secondsj
the' finish line nearly half a lap j : i. i"af' ., ,
ahead of the field. -z "",,'- ........ .Marion Cattle both drew praise:both hurdle events with Tombo After setting. a school record: of i Mosquito Control. State, County and City 22,500.00 20,264.79
ui I from Coach Dave Hurst with their I'I Smith Irwin 20-6 last, week Lynwood Walters County Free Library 4,496.09 12,498.1gSal.
.Senior truck and field star at BaS, ram Jurdner, i kit hliovvn Inaction Martin and Buster '
Garden Leads with the discus with which he ha.* set several records this fine running exhibitions. McLeod Hughes placing three. four and fell down and let teammate ., County Agent, Home Dem. Agt., .
season. broke the conference and school,. five in the lows while Smith Charles McLeod. -win Ihe broadjump Exps., etc. 11,470.13 11,897.47
record in the 440 dash with a supreme -I Hughes and Seals Saturday. McLeod's winning Fire Control
: George took
ianlner set a new Keystone Conference record last half 3990.00 3,990.00Recreation
Softball Saturday '
LeagueGarden 52.4 1 jump was 19-6 one and a
with a to!'>s of 117-11 S.-... He also oecume a double winner when old effort bettering the II'I two. three and four in the highs. inches better than Walter's second (Payable Under Section 418)) 6,080.95 6.283l2
conference
mark
of 52.9
by McLeod also
f jumped 5-8 to a"second
he claimed shot honors with ; Publicity & Public Improvement (C. C.
put a heave of 4910. pace! : 19-4&
Restaurant jumped into I. half a second.: The old BHS re- place tie in that event _...____u_____..... _, _. ,__. 14,000.00)) '
:
5,000.00
the lead after the first week' cOld was 53.1 set in 1957. Richard while Lynwood Waiters took third gT 'i 5.O OO

? of play in the City Softball Lea-i i Record Now 9-4 Dagger, 53.8; DeWayne McRae place. Payment of Outstanding Indebtedness 13OOOO:

., gue. Last year's champs beat the! 54-4 a..d Billy Dowling. 55.9 followed -I' Darby Wins, ,yY M34$4p Courthouse and Annex Capital Expenses 4,271.66 4,000.00

i panthers 13-8 and the Presby1 -t McLeod to.'the wire in that 'I The Tornadoes also faired very ; Purchase of Property 1,000.00

$ terians 18-2 to remain undefeated.j Local Pine Handed Losses order. ;well in the distance, ,events,'..withhalfmiler VViAM Equipment for Mosquito Control 6,100.00
The Seniors !\\"entlnto second place' Cottle Sprint Mike Darby7setting a 1ii .
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with 2.1 record. Cottle covered 220 yards in 23 new conference mark to ,win the t Total Appropriations 143,050.81 163,092.21

Other games and .their results: .I By Green Cove Palatka seconds flat to break the old t:event in 2:04.9.: Junior John Reserve for Contingencies 1221.18 136.89

Panthers 7, Presbyterian 0; Se-,. I school record of 23.3 set in 1954 Adams came in second at 2:08.:

!tors 25, Panthers 16; Co. C 7,, four innings when they pushed by Jimmy Reddish. His performance followed. by Larry Noegel t in third : Total Budget
Presbyterian 0 Seniors 19, Co.j Bradford High baseballers found overshadowed However I ; 144,272.05 163.229.10This
r ; four runs across to take charge. was place. i.
C5. the going tough this'past Peek as Although they got eight hits to by Marcus Rhoden a Macclenny. Team' Captain Lee- Cos.dill 9y1 1 '
Schedule for they tasted defeat at the handsof x:1 'X 4j is a true and correct copy of the Amended Budget
tonight (Thurs-I the Maroon's seven and scored sophomore, who covered the distance erect while in 4:52.1'ia: take that as adopted -
day): .Co. C vs Garden 7 p. m. : both the Green Cove and Pa- three times in the sixth the Tornadoes in 22.8.to set a new confer- event Starke's Albert Williams by the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County on

Panthers vs Law-fey, 8:45. latka nines. could never regain their ence mark. Cottle took'second won fourth place and Steinar April 4, 1961.

Friday April 28: Presbyterian The Tornadoes were shut out lead. When Palatka scored four place in the race and McLeod Lorentien" took l fifth place.Starke's' SA, I x (OFFICIAL SEAL)
v> Lawtey 7:30. 1-0 last Friday on a brilliant one- third.
more runs in the top of the sixth sprint medley relay CHARLES A. DARBY CARL PREVATT.
Monday' May 1: Law tey vs hit pitching job by Green Cove's Starke came back with three in ,I Macclermy's Rhoden also stole team composed c pf> Rowa /Thomas', : Clerk Circuit Court ChairmanThe
Garden' 7 p. m. Panthers vs Co.i George Manassa In 'a wel'-played the Ujnelight in the classy Tom Gardner Dowling
its half and
of the inning but the effort ,100 Billy j Board of County Commissioners of Bradford will meeton
C; 8:45.: j contest. Tuesday the locals outhit County
: yard dash with a record 10.2 Buster tt'diri with time
Hughes
was not enough. performance a 1
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May at
1961 10:00
Tuesday. May 2: Seniors vs''; Palatka's" Maroons with eight 11 Dewey Mckinney belted hiS sec- while Cottle. tinning: of 2:12.3.: The 'mile relay .t team i : A3I., for the purpose of hearing requestsand
Presbyterian, Co. C v.sl;safeties to : compJaintsregarding the 1960-61 Amended Budget and from
7-j but
M m. i' seven came out ond four bagger of the year in the faster than he ever had before,j won second place in 3:46.4: with Jwior'PoleV; vaufeiIrklii 3tartins day
LVwtey: 8:45.: I II i behind 8-6 in the story telling sixth with none on. Th'hard hitting ? had to settle for a second with avery I i Lee Cogdill, Jim DbwEng> Leonard -: frhV, matte: conference andsoot' to de.thereafter if it deems it necessary

.- ,.4 I|i scoring column. outfielder also came -.up ii> respectable time of 104.: Dagger, and John Adams car-: : record breaking "leap last (OFFICIAL SEAL)

At The Tabernacle ': The lone hit yielded by bIle BlueDevil's the seventh with two out and two Seymour also .came through I ryin4 the baton. Leonard, Dugger! Satardat; is sho\vri skimming a- CHARLES A. DARBY CARL PREVATT

[ V Manassa last Friday was a men on base but.tapped to secondto with a flashy performance as' he I Tom Gardner-. John ,RedIish: ;, and i eiti Clerk to Board Chairman
'I the bar.1n' session. : r
Dr. and Mrs. Harry F. McGee single in the fourth inning: by end the game. won the,high jump the low and I Rowan Thomas brought the half: $' practice; : a ,-

q who have' been on a missionary Tornado shortstop Woody: Strick- Emory Eunice who finIShed up high hurdles setting new conference mile relay'team in third in 1:38.1.: I JlsrtiniVile.r- f( both" 'records i with! 'alep 'II

journey' in Mexico are enrpute to land. After stealing second Strick- the pitching chores f or.rttie Tornadoes marks 1Ii two of the ,Field vents. I of .12-6,. four inches 'hillier'than AMBULANCE. SERVICEPHONE I

Starke and are*expected_ to be land went to. third on an infield led the hitters, with three events. The longlegged jumper; Junjot ;Irvin 'MaTttnVhad the' 'I IL he .had... previously- : cleared.._, I' 964.2600
here .in time tip:give's missionary' out but died there. safeties u
in four triesShortstop '
,
r part'W at"'the Fellowship 'Meeting I The Blue Devils.supported their f .".tiATICE'aF. nj..rlE .1ya{"Ei1i'T. \ B1E. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Woody Strickland had two hits Community. Another Fenhey, I :- PE1tM01YAL. PR.EnTt". .TAXt.S; Home

this Frldaj\nig. / t. The public is1too. 'hits pitcherfine but could muster effort only with a single eight while first sacker Kenny '1'erre111 I Farms .Tesidentr, A. 3. Harrows,i i i iAs provided':by,' Chapter 2p:2i; .Acst : t-19if: ,'. SOHCe. iSrihifE'bY: given ; DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Directori
\ .. I and catcher Marty Starling! had a .will exhibit his collections,of canes ; that, tangible p.ei-eonal .proptfty':'U e* asseisftd.,jtfc.-.year. 'mOj-'.&?e i
'. safety which came in the fourth April I96tt, such Starke Fla.
single each. and. 'c rv1ri.&s at.the. ,arts and .now delancuent':and beginning ll tales .are drawing i .
M
HOPE BAPTIST CIIUftCH i frame. Manassa helped win his I Interest or one percent; ,.per-:,mwirti:-pljls i proportionate coet;'Of publishing j jI.
I double Coming: Action !.crafts display .during the. iestivait'Festiyal 'I.' the notice. I5nicsdhe'* t'oppos.ite each! "name :.Miow are ,paid 1 Rental Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs CrutchefrTht
I own game with a uid was The Tornadoes .will travel to programs scheduled for,,, 1Jtfpret: the .f st'-ot1)ay..A;: .,:1KU warrants will I* lB8Ud thereon "dir ,
Sunday Sunday School driven home on a single by second 1- fitint -the:levy ulion"u; '|61Z1Jre of tapelBle 'personal 'pr)pf rb.; of;theVtaV -
aV, i -Morning message 11 a. 101 sacker D. Hodge. Fernandina Friday to take, on the I the weekend-of: : May 5, 8 i. ,,7!:-wiyH j:; payers'':forurm>:t*7tsel!," penaUfc/'Jfn addYbaafooeta.tbe'vtamks: .
Pirates in a return engagement. j be'presentej on a shady, butdoor ef "de1inqulI.ttpmonal; f}propertr vtffjt.'p'yer3.andytlm6uBt"bf! the t ,ts -
Training Union 7 p. m. Evening i Six Tornadoes fanned the have I' including' -'MrttVof\ advertistag!' and.., they. i nalttes.-are .as follows, ;
They btgton; $5 Pirates once stage overlooking the 8uannee'River. 1!
message 8 p. m. breeze aro nc!' Manassa's slippery this season 32. Friday and Saturday programs -!!'Charles W. Bias 7.12 ja.mes. E. .'Mosley 6.36 I 1f
Monday Bible Joy Club 4 to offerings but none could coax a I Haywood BrooKe Cfe 3.33 ,, New Method Cleaners 30.60
I. The Keystone Conference: Tour- will begin at 10 Ii: m., '
JIarene .Conant l.'St Herbert. Prescott $ r. Sta. 4.09
5p, m. him. r .. .
walk from I _
nament is scheduled for next I : %.'l% La'ster. 6-05 .ate ". -
1:30: p. m., and 7:30 'p. m. The 1( Daymon Dell Barber Shop Pre 'aU VfV :
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Marty Crosby pitched what usually 4 El Rancho Motel 28.78 Radio. Stark incv 38.181 ,..,:.. K1hTii
weekend. May 6, at Gainesville final performance _
ill
and be held at
7:30: p. m.. Choir Practice 8:30 p. I Farm Home & Auto Supply 145.44 dory Reddish' ; :3.33: 'f...- .
would have been winning with P. K. Yonge playing 3 p. m. Sunday. I Fla .Sunw'J8r' Sits: Co.- 1I.0 Carl Ritch '/" ,.- 27.57 -1- :
m. Pastor: Merle. L. Pack am. :I IBE' [ ball for his second loss against I host. Starke will take on Macclenly As j F. I, Gasp -85 Starke Re-Oap 'Co.,' 30.60 \ : :; M I L K f'1
1,500
many as participants Gnann plumbing Co. "3.n St"rke'Shc)4" Repair .t; 4.09 V l
I four victories he scattered eight ;
as Thursday week for their. initial Griff Restaurant la.45J. ,Tanner Servke.Sta. 12.42 !
'UEL.'MISSIONARYBAPTIST will be seen during the three Ronald ,; .
jl;, Blue Devil hits. action.No daysof .. & J. Bldrs., Supplier '143.47 Herb Thopias Drite.Inir 23.03 .' .
CHURCH I the annual event coming from A.- R. Johnson &. Soo'Gro, 38.18 Tnys: Service Station 12.42 t
Have Hits Need Runs games will be played on Friday Lamoree's .Truck Stop 15.45 Try-Me CaW 3.33
all of
parts Florida and South
.Sunday School, 10 .a. m- Morning Sophomore hurler Bill Jackson : May 5. The winning teams Ovid G Lewis US Unity.. Cafe 3.33::
i Georgia, as well as other ,states- C. H, McDougle Earb r Shop 3.33 WllUaroji Jewelry 7.88
I Worship. H a. nr. Training pitching his second loss in seven! will play three games. The first This year's line-up will include .1I.. 0, McMillan,- : ;1'.15.45. Madie'WUUaros i-82 t gal 92cIce
,li I Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service times out was given a two run one Thursday one Saturday Ear. R. Moench ,- 3.33 Frult. Growers.Express: : CQ 9.54
I Seminole Indians old-time. fiddlers :
8 p. m. Prayer Meeting eachWednesday advantage Tuesday but could holdPalatka's morning May 6 and one Saturday -' t. Merrill Edwards ; rr
whip-crackersw.ter'ritch-. Tax p'Uec\or' I
8.p. m. Everyone wel- Maroons no longer than night. City'of. Starke; Florida.
ers zither player*, tall-tale tellers -
c me.-=Rev. R. L. Lee pastor. lr IIi4a
f
,
and'many other colorful and --- .
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Anderson School I NOTICE 4 Cream .
EVERGREEN Presbyterian Church i i talented figures. I V
I I AMENDED Bt9DiETItsport
BAPTIST CHURCH Chorus Will Sing
Barry D. Van Dt'tnttr.Unisttr! CHURCII OF GOD of, Estimated, Reveau**,.. Receipts, and Expenditures for Eggs Bread f
1 Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching 390 N. Cherry St. || At Folk Festival Bradford Count for the FUcSjYear.Endtoff Septmber JO,' 1961.
I f Sunday School. 10 Morning ,
m
a.
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: rat imeftMt of children
<
Fund -
t}Gene j .
Thursday Choir Practice 8j; Worship. 11 .? v Cheese
i a. m Sunday Cottage
A chorus of 13 girls and 12 boys
A
p. m. Preaching ::30 p. m. Prayer Lest rear This Year Who rate a straight
: P. m. Evening Service 7:45: tf: m. YPE EstUAjitei :Receipts .
,I Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m.- from C. C. Anderson Junior High Drink plenty of milk. '
Wednesday. Bible study 7:30: Saturday Pioneer Conclave]School at Lawtey will sing a Service Wednesday, '7:45:' p. nt Taxes 8.02 iUls"on assessed valuation' .. : lath and every day. Orange Juice

p., m.Jos.. E. Norman pastor. .; at Camp Montgomery 1C a. m. : group of Negro spirituals on Friday Prayer Meeting Friday! 7:45: p: m. ot 7949667.00 .' $ 63,756.32 y

I It Junior Recreation 4 p, m. ; May 5, during the annual Grants and Donations Library : 7,85 ..79'RaiIroaf' i

t NEW RIVER !] Sunday Sunday::! School 9:45: ;|Florida 'Folk Festival at Stephen : and'Telegraph License. : i,. t 600.00.._ 1000.00 i
1 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. i THE RIGHT POINT for the 47,300.00Insurance
Foster Memorial White Springs. Monies 47,750.00
BAPTIST CHURCH Racing ..
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t I j Junior Choir 5 p. m. Evening j The chorus is directed by Zeporah way you write. Come in and select Agent's License ,. :; 600.00, 1000.00 1 4
'Sunday School 10 a. si. Worship -!! Vespers 6 p. m. Youth Fellowship Jennings.
-
Control : Board 6fHealth.State
Mosquito '- State _,
Hour 11 a. m. E"eniIServ''17 p. m.Tuesday. Also featured on the. Saturday your favorite ESTERBROOK : .
1 1)) ., ,7.000.00. 10,672.33
t Communi :
ice, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each ]I Young ,morning will be the
program : '
; i 3:30 m. Fountain Peri. TELEGRAPH .::\tosq ito Control ,;,-.- SlateBoard.of. .: :. ; .' ," .J t
Wednesday.. 7:30 p. m. cant's Class : p. men's and women's choruses from I '
ii'' Y II : ..2,52044
I I i iOf a.IthcState:( H) 2,800.00
the Penney Farms Memorial Home _
I -: t State Matching Funds. (Hospital) ,5..119.00 2,506.00:

The New Taxes 8.2t MiUs on Assessed Valuaion-.sn.-* .. :: V ; .'.:_,, ;, j

S.cripto I f. 9?259138.00 ? ;d:9S.3oCandidates

EctnCott Filing'Fees' ,'vx: *. $. M&f .
Business Line Ball Pens OB* Quart Occnpatlohal Licensi ,1,25090'1 1500.00 Attention Livestock Producers!

I FRED Wife Each Beverage :License .' ;' .,509.00 1.000.00 r

or Gallon One' JOG buy.- Excess Fees-- ',"TaX'- se8S0r -.'.. J.,160..00- 1.750JOO. If you hare hogs' or ---- T.

: and Refills Excess Fees, 'Tax collector' .':-, 1,750.00 Ii750.00 cattle to sell new or in r ;

Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL Excess Feesr Clerk of'Circuit Court. .. '1,756.00 1; 00.00 I the future please con ,

|it'i i FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING Excess'.Fees,.. County.JudgeV< 'f7J50.00; 1,750.00 I tact one of th buyers: '' .

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE City'of Stark ; pon1Bona_ tp.Lftbraiy .720.00 720.00 at Copeland Sausage 4

it only 25c eachREFILLABLE 6-7588 GanU,and.Donation i )(osquitb'.ControV! 5"q00.60 6,721.46, Company.and give" tWm, ,
t 501 N.\V\. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR oilier ReV nii Receipts .l, 'ld.OO.( r'' 1,300.00, an opportunity to buy

.., .. I your 1 livestock 1

total stimaied Receipts :. .1l,&. ,84S.32. 167,135.57Less '. -,' ,I i .
COPELAND
OFFERS YOU
t' 5 Per Cent! -7,293.21 8,356.78 j -

Support .... '-:' .., ..... 1 I .., 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
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i. with Refills lOc 95 Per Cent .of Estimated RecelpV. 138. Z.0158,778.79 ;

.ea.. Balances to r Jje Brought ..Fprwardr i iCaab.'ttfgsgtsitp I! 1. Cash market every day.
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.I,:' .'\ PRIVATE ENTERPRISE -Di\t ), :' 5TOO.Xr( 4,45041_! 2. No commission. ,

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BLACK ( Levied asiVea; >io2 ,. :.Thr. ar 8.24) I
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t Offs. 6,750.00 6500.00 i

The most economical l ; WHEN m THINK\ OF GAS $a1ary!Jr, clerli P : .td-BoatC&tCommissioners. \ ', V ...;./"/'; ". .. I, CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011 =

I I' f ) 6,400.00; 7, 00.00 j; _.
; Salary, Supervisor of Registration"V" 900:t>0 966.00()( i i.l.ttomey 0 .CLAUDE. PHILLIPS THERON' HUDSON
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GE SIX BBADFOSD".COUNT TLaGRU_ STABSE, .FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 27,_J8S1_

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1.H Leaders Douglas. Mrs. J. C. Tye. Miss En-I Milo Smith sang "Take Time To! McIrcaouIOnly ; PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS I n[.: Florida ,To: If S >you -fall to do I o, a decree pro
za Blanchard Mrs. Hal Hamilton.Mrs. Be Holy" accompanied by Mrs. CHURCH I' ,Court Of Tile Efcftth!J I Inez S. Htrndon *c.o E. C. King. confesso will be entered against you
J. R. Keiley, and Mrs. 'L. E. Fred Moore at the piano. Of Florida IB tad I j 1, ;Route 4.. Eastman Georgia. for the relief demanded In-the' com
Honored .
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On
Sunday School., 10 "a. m.: Morning County.'IB Cuaurrry. You are hereby notified that a- plaint. -,,
Dugger. Mrs. E. F. Mayton made Luncheon arrangements were in{ nine cases :were tried by I Case >.. 1-811... I hDIVORCE suit in equity\ for divorce has been This notice shall ie published
.Worship, 11 .
a. m. Evangelistic -
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Achievement the hat she wore in fife revue.' charge of Mrs. L. J. Swarm Mrs. Mayor W T. JBWyl Jackson in: a I, Wondal' JL Herndon 1 filed against you by Wondal M. once each week for fur n8ecutlveweek's
: services 1:30 Plaintiff ia> |Herndon in the above '
m. named CourtS
Day I Mrs. W. L. Durban displayed two II i DeWitt Sinclair Mrs.. L. E. Dug- light week""at?Mayor's Court Mon: p "I Inez S. Ilerndon. Defendant. and cause and you are hereby um- In the Bradford. County Tele]
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let
-' "Come us reason together. graph.
.I sheer lace trimmed dresses for:1 ger Mrs. R. M. Caddell ind Mrs. day. To Order DefendIn Of Publication And Notice raoued ordered and required to tile Witness my hand and tile seal of

Past Council presidents and 4-H !her small daughters and Mrs.;,, J. B. Godwin. Irwin Tyler'Jones, running red I, CHRISTIAN CHURCH I The Name Of The State Of )the our complaint Written answer in raid or cause defenses in the to* said ,Court at Starke Bradford

leaJers were honored at the I I I Dugger displayed a pima broadcloth ; Guests at the luncheon included -' light and causing an accident,' '- ': >ffice of the undersigned Clerk of' County. Florida. this 18th day of

Achievement Day luncheon at,the i! dress for her eight year old ',| husbantls of the State Farm fined $52.50: sentence suspended'1 I : Carl .Clarke. MinisterS on the or'Circuit before Court the at 18th Starke day, of Florida May, ''April.(CIRCUIT A. D.COURT 1961. :SEAL ,

State Farm Community Center i 1 daughter. members. and put on proba on. ; SUNDAY SERVICES MITCHELL'S"Family ,\. I). 1961, and to serve a copy CHARLES A. DARBY. Clerk of
Tuesday I thereof on Theron A. Yawn, Jr., the''Circuit Court of BradfordLearn
April 18. Mrs. W. E. flight -
10:00: a. m. Bible School
Don the '
Mrs.. Tilley played pi- Griffis Brothers bottled ,
1 gas plaintiffs attorney, hoe address County. Florida.
]j m of Brooker, first president of :,i ano for the music' during the re-' t, company of Highland, violation of 11:00: a. m.' Worship and Com footwear Specialist" Is: p. O. Drawer 791. Starke. FlotiU -'1 By: Marian L. Crosby!
the Home Demonstration County j t B. S. Edwards i munion. I Jannan: Shoes for Men on or before said date as retjulr- Deputy Clerk,
city. requiring
oidinance
lue. 4t i-II
paymentof ed by the Laws of Florida and the 4-n.
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,council, pointed out that. It was :: Miss Anna Mae Sikes. state.j I a 10 per cent utility tax on'all!,, ?:30 p. m. Evening Warship- I Jannan Jr. for Boys Florida Rules of Civil Procedure... J .
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organized 10 years ago. Other past j 1 r Rhythm Step Vitality for Ladies --- -
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Home Demonstration gas sold in'the city fined 37.50 '
Agent spoke
presidents! were Mrs. E. L Cox,: Veteran Postal : FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH i$! Orthopedic Shoes for Infante
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t on "New Directions in Home Demonstration I or sentenced to seven Gays in jaiUl k r On The A Well-Paying Profession!
S'.arke: ; Mrs. W. W. Hammond, j' Lawtey i Square Gainesville Fla.
I Work" in wh'ch she, Lake Butler Bottled Gas Com-l I ,
formerly of Hampton; Mr0. J. R. I' A. E. Massey, Pastor 1-
contrasted our present me'hods of| pany. violation of city ordinance' i.
Ktlley. Starke: Mrs. L. E Dugger, Service '
work in the Cooperative Extension ; EmployeeBalous requiring payment of 10 Bible 10 : \ Enroll Now!
SHte Farm; Mrs. P. L. DinkinsSr a percent j school a. m. I = -;: Hair Styling
Service with those in 1914 when utility tax on all gas sold-ln Preaching. 11 a. m, --
Lawtey; ani Mrs. A. C. Ellis, : I j :
1 it first instituted In Florida.V. the ,,
was city forfeited .
Hcilbronn, Mrs. Nelson Green was Smith Edwards 82 who bond of $77.50. Even g Service 7:30 p. m. ; and
cited for her work with the 4-H V. Simpson of the State j( established the first RFD mail E. R driguez, running' red light Bible Study and Prayer Meeting j WILLIAMSJEWELRY Pay-As-U-Learn

O} .* girls, (!i Board of Health explained the routes out of Starke died at his forfeited bond of $12.50. 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. ", j jf Beauty Culture fe 7 Weekly Tuition
- new bedding law and showed samples I
The dress revue, "Spring Fash-! home west of here Wednesday afternoon William Francis Oster. icckless \ *c:

l ions." featured dresses designed:: 1 i[I I of bedding filling materials. after an extended illness. driving, forfeited bond of $62.50. HIGHLAND WRITE OR CALL

and made: by those modeling Educational and hobby exhibits Mr. Edwards was born near I Johnny Lang, Negro, public intoxication : BAPTIST CHURCH I WATCHES -? DIAMONDS

thm. The revue, narrated by Mrs. I'i on display depicted work accom- Starke on Aug. 11, 1878 and was fined $27.50 or sentenced -1 ,.:Sunday School, 9:45 REPAIRS CENTRAL HAIR-STYLING COLLEGEMember
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a.
Bigham, portrayed a day in the plished during the year by club the son of the late Isaac and Emma to five days in jail. .. All Work National Ass'n, of Cosmetology Schools_
j I[ members. Mrs. N. F. Croby de- Morning; Worship, 11 a. m. and GuaranteedA
R'lsy' life of -Mrs. Bradford." appropriately -' monstrated how to fold a fitted Wynn Edwards. He retired Laurence Covington, Negro 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each 218 SE 1st St. Gainesville, Fla Ph. FR64105Announcing
dressed for church., from the postal service on Nov. public intoxication. finej $27.50 C.. Williams
Wednesday 7:30 Rev.
: p. m. -
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shopping, tea or school. Those : 31. 1944 after almost 39 years as or sentenced to five days in jail. George Chism pastor. Everybody 142 W. Call St. -

modeling were Mrs. John Haney For the devotion Mrs. W. T. a rural carrier. He was a member "I I Joe C. Warren fighting with welcome. Starke, Fla.

Mr, John Blair read the 8th Psalm and Mrs. cl the First Christian
Mrs. Eugene Pearson ; Church of dangerous weapon and use of profane -' -. !
._ Starke. =- .. = .
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-' un language not -:- -
guilt w :
CARD OF THANKS -=
I > Men's, clothing I In an interview at the time of f Earl Leo Johnson, public intoxication *,. \.

III i ALVAREZ/ STORE Established 1894 jj I his retirement Mr. Edwards, recalled fined' $37.50 or sentenced Words cannot adequately express -' YOU BUY THE BEST-

v ..b that Rural Free Delivery t lo seven 'days. in jail. I my deep appreciation lori ;! WHEN YOU BUY Westside% Gulf Service Station
was not
popular at first- and the i lie many kind and sympathetic
I ,
people were reluctant to sian Walt Movie "*.t'
up Disney WestinghouseAppliances ,
i ,
acts of friends during my recent
That's Our Business I j
for it
since
they feared 't would ; '
G LASS "If It's Glass We Have It" increase their taxes. Finally, however Playing ,At Park bereavement. These comforting & TV RE-OPENING, MAY 1 }" "

the routes were established Beginning FridayWalt expressions; leave me with a grate-' At ;- :

ftp- CALL WRITE or VISIT and:! Mr. Edwards: estimated he lul heart toward neighbors ana i North Under New Management ,- ,: ,;; .
Florida
: drove 250,000 miles before his 'retirement Disney's "The AbsentMinded friends whose flo'wers. cards' .'

Joe Peters Glass Co. and 72,000 of,those; miles Professor," 'a zany satire words of sympathy, and other I Supply L. L. VARNES, Owner : '' ,

were by horse and buggy over on: science starring Fred MacMurry -' ;.,

: FOR ANY GLASS NEED roads and bridges that were al- and Nancy Olson, is coming to kindnesses: will always be lemem- PHONE WO 4-2113

't We Design Modern Store Fronts most impassable by today's; stand- t the Park Theatre tomorrow for a bered. take this means of ex 224 N. Temple Ave. Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated

Just Mail Us A Pattern for ards. He was lucky"'tO average five day run, Friday through Sun- pressing sincere thanks and gratitude Starke

Table Tops three miles! ,an hour including day. to each and everyone.-Dolly Fla.

stops. MacMurray plays the title role M. Brown. "You Can Be Sure- 750 'V. Madison St. Ph., 964-3495. :>>

131'i: N. W. 4lh PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4353 He purchased his first,car. a of a college science teache the If It's Westinghouse"WANTED I.

. Model T ,in 1921, and with the $poof on modern: technology while -,

coming; 'of the auto age. roads and Miss Olson takes the part of his "FOR ONLY A

bridges were greatly Improved, fiancee thrice left at the altar byhis FEW CENTS e : :
making his! mail-carrying chore forgetfulness. aInIii) 'D'

much easier. Obher stars in the movie are PER DAY"Your /&

Mr. Edwards is survived by one Keenan Wynn, Tommy Kirk and Home Can Have

.FEDDERS daughter Mrs. Wilma Ray of Belle Montrose. vaudeville star 20 'ordsor. less one time ---.______ .83 Memorials, Resolutions ____..?? ,6c per word

Jacksonville; five sons C; D. and stage comedienne. "COMPLETE"PEST If not paid in advance -.---_______ 1.00Cards/ of Thanks, up to 50 words ___ J.W

[Jack] Edwards Merrill Edwards.and Keyed or Blind Ads ___... 1.60
------ Over 60 words ___u_______ 5c per word
Eugene Edwards all of SOUTHSIDE! CHURCH OF CONTROL Each additional w.rd over 20 ------___ 95 Display ads In Classified __ LIOper inch

Starke Lamar S. Edwards and CHRIST SERVICEOne -

: AIR CONDITIONING Lloyd G. Edwards both of Jacksonville 3 Mi. S. on 301. I WANTED 19 Ladies to do tele- FOR RENT -0 One store building, FOR SALE: The White Top Drive-

; 19 grandchildren and call does it all Your phone survey work. Experience not I and one small unfurnished house at in Restaurant,.located in Rt. 21 be-
Sunday Bible Classes 10 a. required. Paid on hourly basis. See 321 ]
Temple. Phone WO 9-29Sl.tfchg! tween Keystone
five great-grandchildren. home is inspected and Mrs. Shelly Rhinehart Heights and Melrose -
at Plaza
.tt.; Assembly Worship with the Lodge Motel, Room 10 Complete, :Including: living
Thursday'or
... AT Funeral services: will be,held at Lord's Supper 11 a. m.; Evening treated regularly for insects Friday. Ip FOR SALE Five room block Quarters. An investment. worth your
house. Will sell reasonable.] Call 964-<< I while.
i 4tp 5-13
4 p. m. Friday in the,First Chris- and rodents. Place -
Assembly Worship 6:30: p. m. FOR RENT 0863. Ztp 5..
tian Church with the pastor Rev. Wednesday Bible Classes, your pest control problemsin room house at-655 Unfurnished Clark St. 3 largelot. bed- FOR SALE 1953 Dodge 4 dr. sedan -

Bob Badgett, officiating. Burial. ?:30p. m.BOATDBAL. the hands of competent near school.] Phone 964-J581. 'T. FOR SALE 1959 AlUtate; Crusaire 6 cjL ,Gyrpmatic radio and
i T Long. v 3t'chg 5-11 Scooter. $250. 0 L. Estep, Rt. 1 heater. Seamist green color. One
will follow
SHEPHERD'S T V i in the Crosby Lake experienced men who know Box 440, Keystone Heights 'Fla. owner. Contact Jim Bloodworth
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Cemetery under the'direction of BAPTIST CHURCH their job.Florida. FITIIISHED IHTMENT S 2tp 5-4 I 964,3151. or 9647821. 2tp
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.ACtive HOUSE FOR SALE
: !Sis: partBttnU, 21. r....... S I WANTED To buy; Deer .Antlerswill FOR: RENT Mrs. CI3rk's/ furnished
412 East Call St. Phone 964-6901 pallbearers will be James SuOOay'School, 10 a. m Morning bath '1'io bl...k. fr._ P. O. pay up to $S. Ritch's Fruit and cottage. Electrical kitchen. Single or
A. Christian; BUI McRae. John I Worship 11 a. m. Training Pest Control 210 :'.\. Cherry.... lee OHaeri .I.' R.Oamast. Gift Shop. tchg 5-4 l couple only. Phone 864-1545. tfchy

H. Powell. Blake Jackson. Gilbert Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worv- '. & CHEMICAL CO. -..., TfchfcDIOS FOR SALE S bedroom house on
S. Brown and Oscar Davis. ship, 7:30: p.,m. I -S FARM 7-8 acre lot. Partly finiihed. Hot
water. 5 miles West of Starke
-- R.\ Equipment For
H Prayer REPAIRED
L-L-' ::.--- ----,- ,- --,--.-------., : Meeting Wednesday 352 W. Madison St. All Make All Model Phone 364-2254 Itcbg
Mrs. Edith Fowler 41 7:30: p. m.Pastor Reas.nalIe Charge Guaranteed :, Plowing -
Phone WHEN THE DOCTOR "It's
; 964-3965 Planting says
,Rev. Barney Sweat. SIIEPHEIIU.S RADIO and TVInmai
:
just your nerves", then Its time to
'FixUp' Dies WednesdayOf .Everyone welcome. I Grrea, Owner INDUSTRIAL see jour Chiropra tor. Chiropractorsare
-II: E. Call bt. Paoae 994-6991 j
Heart AttackMrs. i Stark. F... Equipment For Every Job specialists in correcting nervous
disorders. Phone The Bellinger
or'' Superior Tractor Co. Chiropractic Clinic ,today for an ap
: Part-time office work pointment. 426 I''.
.! Edith Starling Fowier 41, 11 typing at home. Call: 9692751. Itp Phone EV 9-6772 Walnut StItp

of Starke, was: .'prounced dead on ; 5353 W. Beaver Jacksonville FOR SALE Used furniture. IIn.
FOR SALE Very clean '54 Chev- Peggy Shaller, phone WO 4-534
arrival at Bradford County Hospital TIRE rolet 6 cyl.. standard fchift. Pricedto tfchg
Wednesday morning following bell. Call after 5 p. m. 9649891. FOR RENT -- Four room house, 536 _

a heart attack. She was stricken Starke. ItpIVAXTED N.water Cherry heater St.furnished.gas stove Apply and] hot 419 FOR SALEr1, New J 'bedroom bou.s.

FINE' QUALITY near her home. S-. Neat dependable] N. Cherry St. Phone 964-2384. Small Phon down WO 4-0398.payment; zest; like rent.
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:Mrs. Fowler was, born J.ay,15. housekeeper. Apply 410 Short St.Itchg. 2tp 4-27 ,

GARDEN HOSE 1919 Bradford ,County and.had. TRY, ,OUR BUDGETPLAN -- ---- I FOR RENT J 2! bedroom furnished bedrooms KINGSLCY;, furnished.LAKE #P.-COTTAGEi O. Box 141 3

lived here all her life. Her par- HELP,, W.\XTED house at 612 Lake St. Modern. Also] or \1VIley ,J-576f,' If: (. '.(lInltlne
Man : ]
or woman. Pleasant profitable 1 bedroom cottage at 614 Lake St. "
3fchg 4-87
ents were the late Acey and Carrie -, route work. Full or part time. Large Grounds kept by owner. Phone 964-
25 FT. 1.2"PO $2-99 Cauthen Starling., repeat orders: Earn $%.50 per hour 744; Mrs. A. F. Sauls 633 McMahon FOil SALE 1956 Chevrolet Pickup
or more. Age no barrier. Write Mc- St.
tfchg Truck good condition. Low mileage
Surviving is her husband, XESS CO..,Box 2766, DeSoto Station, radio and heater, Tiny's Service

50 FT. 5.8" . Charlie L. Fowler; three daughters 6.70, x 15 BLACK MMnhiM !. TVnn :Stp! 4-27 WANTED Houneho'd help one Station, 411 S. Walnut phone 964-
$5.95PAINT 0441.
Johanna Norroa Jean, and '$ WE HAVE: a n!w loan program for dtv a week. Phone 964-2545 ItchgFOUND .
Od 'sa. and one son Charlie Lee. farmers. Loan: of 1 to 6 year I FOR RENT OR SALE 8 bedroom

THE EASY WAY all of Starke; two sisters Mrs. TUBE TYPE I 95 for mints the of entire the farmer cre DrUe. ,
964-0361 Dick Thomas.
one
RENEW OLD Opal Johnson of SununerviUe S. ily. Gainesville Production Credit ing and paying cost Joe Wainnt >
OUTDOOR .
FURNITURE .. tfchg
WITH -
C. Association. 4J O North Wato vrirht 1 Box :389-A 4 tp 5.11
and Mrs. Thelma Holt of Mi
PLUS TAX & Gainesville Ma *fcb'
ami.Funeral I II I RECAPPABLE TIRE KI.>GSELY LIKE HOME' home FOR SALE with 10-acres 4 bedroom of land. masonry Located

SPRAY PAINT - $$1.49ONLY services will be held at A WANTED DETERMtNED- AMBITIOUS WOMAN MAN., TO OPERATE OR. New Kingsley FOR SALE Lake Home. Deck off .301 on Morgan' Rd. Phone S-ll t 46351 -
ftp
2 p. m. Friday in Jones Memorial PART. OR FULL TIME House and Boat House Partially

Chapel with Rev. .Lacy Conway Delco Batteries INTERNATIONAL WATKINS RCf TTE IX THIS AREA.MAKE Furnished.! Good terms to responsible FOR SALE: FRAME HOME. Can
:3 I LEFT. COOK OUT TONITE! officiating. Burial will follow in : $50.00 TO $150.00 PER party. be financed. End of Euclid St. ablk.
MUFFLERS WEEK DEPENDING ON TIME DE- Write P. O Pox 414 Gainesville .. South on Alton Rd. J. W.
Antioch Cemetery near LaCrosse $5.00Allowances VOTED TO THE BUSINESS. Fla.. Thomas. tfchg

OUTDOOR COOKERS $$1.49 under the direction of DeWitt C. On Any LIFE TIME ST.WRITE, NE WATKINS ATLANTA, 69 GA.W.NO P'TREE 1.3tchg. Call: FR2-4361 Day; FR6-6502 Ztchsr Night 4-27 A.'iTEDno. K: or L. P Jf. Now
Jones
Funeral Home. Battery During Sale GUARANTEEDodd's 4-27 for relief work. 4 days a week.
FOR RENT 4 rooms and ,bath Doctor Hospital tfcbfPETTO
FOR RENT :3 s room apartment. i.completely furnished. Located on
FOR YOUR HOUSEHOLD REPAIRS Two Moonshiners Electric kitchen. Air Conditioned. N. Walnut St. Inquire at 733 N. FLORIST
Christian couple only. Phone WO ,Thompson St tfcbg THOMP80 .
119 8. T.PHONC
Service & Auto Sales 9-1545 tfchg WO ..-...51 '
LUMBER( SCRAPS .
- CHEAP Caught By PoliceTwo COLONIAL ,FLOIUSTOnfy ly For furnished Rent 3 t'OttaJe.t'aUable room and bath nice-Feb. fiGHT WO 4-3891 FLOWERSU *r WO S192DISTINCTIVE >

528 S.' Walnut St. Phone 964-3861 F.: T. D. Florist In Starke.Flowers 1. ,Phone WO 4-2261 Margaret Howard WIRE. FUmEIM AJVTWHEBB
wired any place. Flower fcbg tfCBfINTRODUCTORY
Gainesville Ntgroes were for all occasions locally. Phone ,
WO 4-6291. SOS East Nona St. tfchg RENT .
FOR
Make Your 3 bedroom unfurnished
Own arrested
by Starke police Tuesday
house Conveniently located at
morning when they were found to FOR QUICK SALE FOR RENT Nice unfurnished 46 West Madison St. Call 964-1134 OFFER'Engraved

be hauling 20 one>gallon jugs of 2 bedtoom house. Newly- d 'Orated. or ,964-6081. Business
PICTURE FRAMES Phone WO 40313. HP
moonshine whiskey. Police Chief HOME FOR SALE-By owner. 7 Stationery
Riley Sweat HOUSES FOR RENT t and abedroonu. bungalow -
said. room on corner lot. Cai'port
.
Inquire Greyhound Bus 500 Letterheads
and utility
room. Near tennis
4 Attractive Styles Of Arresting officers William .R. 57 CADILLAC Station. tfchg court and play grounds. 431 Center 500 Large Env dopes
Rosser and B. S. Overstreet stop "f. Phone WO 4-3J51. tfchg
Molding. Various Sizes FOR 500 Business Cards
ped the.two Negroes they RENT-FtjrnUhed apart
as
were ments. Reasonable Near HOUSE FOR SALE 266
:. rates. North
20c TO 35c FT. traveling south 'tnrough Starke. DEVIL-.AIR : hopping center. Phone WO '-%011or Broadway St. Conveniently located. FINEST ENGRAVING
A
1 I apparently ,toward Gainesville. fl CONDITIONEDFULL $1:195 call at 21S 8. Cherry St. (Shell Ideal for .retired couple. $4,300 ALL FOR 48.05
on
Co. Office. Plinn! "984 6811. .' 4tchr 4-27
Overstreet first alihted'the suspicious POWER 'CASH tfcbs' Plate Included
looking 1952 Oldnnoblle FOR $ALReady
mix concrete concrete block BRADFORD COUNTY
as it rode slowly along on East HASTINGS MATTRESS rqnca., fence posts sand 'cement

.Brownlee Street with the read end & UPHOLSTERY, WORKS, Mttar mix rock steel oyster hell, TELEGRAPH

riding low with a heavy load. See Us Before You Buy ,Any' Car- 710 Lcrnoa St P&"bttka' Lfnerock WO4-2521., and Bradford Roof Gravel.Engineering Phone WORTH THE TRIP
301 E. .
CALL STREET Overstreet followed the car Furniture Repaired, Upholstered r> tfchr Mobile Homes-Always below

Phone 9645291STAflKE. : :. south' down St., Clair & and & Refinished FOR RENT Furnished efficiency market, and clean.

FLA. pulled it over on 'me.Coney Road New Or Used-We, Haye The Best MATTRESSES REBUILT Cottage for.. bachelor.Good neighborhood.Modern 'andattractJ LAKE GENEVA

south of town. On bringing the S
.
: New Innersprings 145.00 tno. Call Mrs. Renner WO 4- TRAILER PARK
car and tne two men back ,to the 51 u.. tfcbg
and Box 1 ml SE of Keystone Hs.on .
Spring
BRflDFORDs 'city hall the moonshine was discovered Deals In Town! Drop Us: m Card or CallPALATKA Route 100 .
in the trunk of the auto FOR SALE Wooden typewriter -

ui L D i n G tirp mobile. EA 5.9166STARKE W desk E.and Middleton swivel, office Ph. WO chair.4-06-l.Mrs.tf WELL BUILT 2 bedroom frame
home for sale
WO 45334UBS. by owner. Will tell
Robert Lee Williams 33. and Contact Bob Hammond or W.fJ. Dodd furnished or unfurnished. SIS N. 81

Howard McCoy 38, are now In the "' > .., \ PEGGY SHALLEB, Stark,, HOME FOR SALE Clair St. 4tcb* -l1
BY OWNER. ( rooms, 3 bedrooms,
city jail under $300 bond each. awaiting AIfIII 2 baths, screen porch, utility room.
trial in Mayor's Court At., f>... ,; .- In Saratoga Heights. Reasonable Sales
next R -' UNDERWOOD MOTEL Rooms by down payment. Payment S76 moL
Monday.VUliam's
the driver, week. Reasonable. Phone 964-7084. Call !I -71lii. tfcbg
was also charged with. em1h1ting : 3tchg-4 Pans
"
Formerly- a false drivers license and with DODD'S AUlD SALES MATURE PEACOCKS beautiful -S Service

: Quigley & Davis having no valid license when he LEARN war. Phone TO F&Y-Contact WO 4-405L Lacy tfchg Con. plumage |1S each. Will trade for
pigs, chickens or turkeys of equal
displayed the license of another : -
.
'
valne. Phone 969-298S Itch& COLUMBIA SAW CO.
Negro now'supposedly serving FOR.RE.-qT-'IO' Clark St. .I bedroom \
712S.WateatSt. :
Phone 964-6421
: unfurnished boose. Just re FOR .RENT New 2 bedroom Lake
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the last 50 years. Rev VacDeven-! -- --
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ter has tremendous respert for ing. In most cases one analysis munity center in Theressa starting local option election as required by

CITIZENS OF the county has been for fertilizer can do for anything'you at 8- p. m. Everyone welcome. said chapter.
BRADFORD COUNTY wrong : have. If you're' gotten confused NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
the manner in which he found' SOLVKD by the Board of Counv
I. call us up. There is no use building ,THE RIGHT POINT for the Commissioners of Bradford Count,
By Ozora Shell about you? We cannot tell i
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I you Florida in session duly assembled
another shelf for a lot of extra way you write. Come in and select -
how to vote I at which 5 members were
&A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A ...... A A &A&AAAAA. . but we do say vote materials.Fair your favorite ESTERBROOK same being a majority presen'the of he
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V a A your conviction on May 16 from Association Booming Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPh.NOTICE members of said board. that a lorai
Marriage Vows Told I We have a permanent permit to! 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. in your pre option election Is hereby ordered ov
Bob McIntyre, president of the
said Board, to decide: ,
Mrs. Hattle Easley of cinct.-Staff reporter OP ELECTION
mother sell in the : .
] interest of financial
our Whether
(a) the sale of intoxicating
newly organized Bradford County "WHEREAS, on April 4, A. D.
Levan Easley, has just returned! drive. Selling will be each Saturday Thurston, School News liquors, wines or b er shall be prohibited -
Fair 1961 written
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Association says we're applications
gonna asking:
from or permitted in Bradford
Philadelphia and the mar- V at the residence of the president Recently the teacher with 8 have a real fair this coming Octo- that the Board of' County: Commissioners -i County. Florida. andb
riage ceremony, of her The patrons carried 51 children of Bradford County, Florida
son. ) To
on East Crosby St. All mem- a ( decide also whetS such
ber. He is off to fast
I a start, having to hold local option
vows were, read by Rev. Clinton bers are urged to come out and: train ride, from Starke to Waldo.It By G. T. Huggin? provisions of Chapter election 567. Flori-un.der sales if permitted by said election
had three meet ngs in last shall! be restricted to sale by the
Royal, native of Starke now pastor help in this drive beginning at I was the first train trip fornro.st month. da Statutes as amended, was presented -, I'. ckagt'. as defined in said Chapter
; of Victory : of them County Agent by Mack S. Fute- >h. -rpnr-i ">67:, Florida Statutes aforesaid
Baptist Church, 7:45: p. m. -Audrey Mae Gibson and they were
MnUng the Bradford
i A fair is for all the people and County Committee IT IS FURTHER RESOLYKl) that
1912 West Columbia Ave., Phila., president; Aldonia Posey. recording thrilled. One of .the small pupils for Legal Control! said election is hereby ordered to

Pa. James Henry Stevenson gave secretary; Rosa ,Green, re- cried when his mother took him : Correction program and some mighty good must have all the people participating said WHEREAS application, said to the Poard Supervisorof referred be held on May 16, A. D. 1961,
to be and that
big. Association a copy of this resolutionbe
his sister Earline Jacobs. *n mar- porter., off the train. It took only a few Last: ,week you might have read information from, speakers repre- Registration, the Honorable Marian published in The Bradford County .
r1 ge. The former Miss Jacobs is Fiesta Social Club minutes to arrive in Waldo via that the soil pH reading suitable senting many different states and memberships are being sold for her L. Crosby for the purpose of Telegraph, a newspaper of gen

a native of Ocala, but has: lived The regular meeting will be held Seaboard Airline but this will remain for white Dutch clover wa 5.0 in ranches. $1.and More asking people for are a hearing membership.You aboutit signatures determining thereon whether were or signaturesot not the t-ral circulation County, Florida published, once in a Bradford week-

In Phila. for several years. Levan at Wateroak Clubhouse at 8:30 as one of the most valuable Lloyd Green pasture. Ths wrong The general conclusion I believeone the registered voters represented for four publications the firM

Easley is a former student of RJE. p.m..Sat. with president Clarence and: thrIlling experiences Jn the key was hit. The pH of any sell could make is that crossbreeding the progressive can prove movement your interest with in a thereby. and.WHEREAS., on the 8th day of days publication prior to to date be at of least said election thirty

Other local persons motoring to. DeSue, In charge. All members are lives of many of these'pupils.. The for good clover must be near 6.0.,' for a slaughter program investment. April, A. D., 1961 the Board of BE IT FURTHER RESOIA ED by

the marriage were: Mrs. Ama requested to be present and on teacher, Mrs. S. C. ,Price, Is to be Best clover response is usually' pays. Half dozen or more breeds $1 County journedmeeting. Commissioners, met and at received an ad said L"oard being published that upon said hereinbr resolution .
as
dalene Chand, Legree E. Hank- time. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Long commended for planning this educational had with ph between 6.0 and 6.5 were discussed but it seemed that TTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTV the'report of said Supervisor of fore required that proof of publication -

erson and Norman and Baby will be, hosts for this meeting. experien e.'The school if Calcium magnesium and other the main ''thing was to do a goo Registration.which report was filed thereof shall be filed with the
and to be'copied in the minutes of board as required by law and proof
Cheree Chandler. All reported a I Don't ,forget our big ball next play and program held Monday elements are in line with clover I Job of selecting your breedingcows the meeting Of said Board held on thereof entered upon the minutes

safe trip with plenty of liquid I Saturday night from 10 p. m. until night was a great success under requirements.Got I by the kind of calf they PINE LEVELBy 8th day Of April A. D., 1961, and i,of this Board.

sunshine while in the City oil ? "Kelly's Nite Limit will be the direction of Mrs. Price with Any Bats? raise, and carry out a good man- WHEREAS the Board, according of to said report -, (SEAL) Carl t'revatt,

"Brotherly Love." The 'marriagewas spot, just in case you have for- music by Mrs. W. Morris. Super- Lots of corn cribs! are about agement program.. Mrs. J. E.: JVIcRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of)( Bradford County County,Commissioners Florida-, Chairman Board County Commissioners -

solemnized on Saturdaj. April got." Music will be furnished by visor Shell was unable to attend empty so it might be a good time Cover Crop Time has deternrine4 that said application Florida.ATTEST.Bradford Ounty, State '>f

15, at 4 p. m. in the church aud- Fabulous Four from Gainesville. due to a previous comm'ttment. to put on a rat-killing campaign. Two legumes are popular for percent is signed. 'of By"morethan the, registered twenty-five voters of :

itorium. You enjoyed this combo with the Don't forget May Day on. the 10th. Grain storage places are not summer cover crops. Hairy Indigo We are happy to report a large Bradford County, Florida, and therefore Charles A. Darby

RJE May Day American Legion Posts and Auxiliary The program will start, at 4:30 p. the only spots you might find rats and striata crotalaria. On old attendance at church services last under It said!1$ the Chapter duty 661 of said to order Board.a Clerk to Boara .

The Elementary Department of so come and enjoy it again m. featuring Lincoln High ,School and mice. They will get anywhere cropland at last cultivation of Sunday with the pastor Rev. W. .'-.- ( IS 4t 54'JtSERVICE

RJE school is sponsoring a May with us. Just get in your car and marching and concert band. A there is shelter and food. some crops, in pecan groves are E. Hall In the pulpit. We are glad "

Day Festival from 1 p. m. to 3 drive to Lawtey and leave the very rich program has been plan- We have some mighty good material suggestions for using a legume he is able to be with us again. V VV

p. m. on May 4 at the baseball music and entertainment.to us.- ned for )'Ou. Refreshments will be information here in the office Mrs. H. M. McRae spout Satur- ,, .

diamond on the campus. All par- P. cummingS "eporter. on sale by the members of the that can help you. If you crop.You ask anybody that has had day night with the J. W. McRaes. .

ents and friends are invited to Carnation Social Club PTA. Mrs. S. C. Price. principaL want to kill rats and save money, :. a good legume cover crop! and She attended church Sunday ,

attend.'Plenty of good refresh- An interesting meeting was Anderson Junior ,High come by and ask. about it. you'll get a favorable answer. You morning where she was suddenly S

ments will be available. Mrs. M. conducted by President Brooks at The 5th and 6th grades of Anderson Less Corn-Better LandA will sure help the next crop to taken ill and is now at the horn? V/k'

L. Paul coordinator. M. J. Lee Reno Theatre last Monday night. Junior High Lawtey, will good number of corn pro- follow. Try one of these crops on of her son. B. M. McRae in __

.. reporter. Mrs. Marie Thomas served as have their school closing love ducers are putting part of their land where you might put rye Starke. She is improving rapfdly. / s _

400 Social Club hostess with a delicious repast. drama in one act on Tues.. May acreage into the one-year pro- this fall or corn next spring, or Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson

The club met at the usual time Plans were discussed for the club 2, 8 p. m. in the caf torium. gram to reduce the government vegetables, or even a garden andyoul1 and daughter, Jean, went to Pa- ( SALESVaIr..J
with Mrs.
Rebecca Allen vice- The title of the play is
anniversary OP the 4th Sundayin stored grain. tell a difference. latka last Sunday to visit Mrs.
president, in charge. Devotion was May. The speaker and. place "I Shall Be. Waiting"; main That 1s a good program by the Know Your Fertilizer Johnson's grandmother Mrs.

Several conducted by Dea. J. C. Carlwell. will be announced In a later is- characters: Yvonne Turner new administration to reduce tax V Have lots of call this time of Mandy Kerce. SERVICE hW0/

new members have Join- sue. All relatives, friends and well Archie Kittles. Gloria Cromer. .spending. Does seem a little vS
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ed the year mostly from town people a- Sunday/ visitors of Mr. and Mrs. % __
club. The
sick committee 'Colin Small; director and teacher
wishers of the club are invited to strange to be paying a million bout fertilizing
reported no members on Us list. Mrs. D. B. lawn flowers, and Starling were Mrs. R. M. Herseyof b
Richardson. A
reserve 3 p. m. on the 4th Sundayasa complete dollars a day for storage of a surplus garden. One thing RCACTORZV.
bothering themis Theressa, Mrs. A. Cannon, her I
commencement calendar will
date with the Carnation Club. product. _
that they read the magazine, sister Mr. and Mrs. Adell Coulette .
-A. R. Royal, reporter. be announced later that includes Good Variety Syrup ask STEREO&HADK) WOodland SERVICE ON
people on the street'and
her
get niece and
nephew all of Pa-
Graduation Sermon Set the speaker. On May 16 the annual Audrey Moore has had a reputation too many different answers. Cant latka. .u.rsaan'ms 4-6901 ALL MAKES
I -iLIriMNG banquet for the music department for many (years for his -t--- .
The
annual sermon to the graduation buy all the different kinds of fertilizer V
: will be held with Mes- Robert Starling, secretary of
syrup making ability. Seems thatit
class of RJE School will' suggested, '
dames Jennings and Randolph in the Bradford County Fox Hunters
SHEPHERD
be held on Sunday, May 21, 3 : is increasing some each year. V 'W
charge. Commencement, May 26 Fertilizing ,all these things can Association, announces that the
p. m. The sermon will be delivered Last week it was interesting to
'1C. C. Anderson, principal, D. B. seem difficult. It isn't, if you monthly meeting of the group will _JNMANDJCREENjLOWNER_ -. 4i: E CALL STARKE
by Rev. B. J. Williams, former have the folks ask more about hio kinda check
'Richardson, reporter. on what you are do- be held Friday night at the com-
pastor of Allen Chapel A. M. E. strawberry syrup alter I showed s ,
American Legion Election
Church and teacher of' social j it on the little TV program. He 1Ti:='::": V V ':
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studies at RJE. Rev. Williams will i! In the recent elections held by also makes a blackberry syrup'and I I -'

be accompanied by V Mrs. L. S.':Post 314 of Starke and Auxiliary a variety of flavors of cane!: syrup. 'I

Williams an
reside with him in Jacksonville.He Hayword Brooks, Commander; eating at least three of his I
Freddie Bell, first vice-c mmand-
is the pastor of Mt. Olive A. different syrups that he has
i M. E. Church in east Jacksonville. er; Rev. A. R. Randolph chaplain .
brought by.Mr. Moore toW me recently ..
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\ I ; B. T. Marshall, Sr., finance
All of Bradford: county is aware about a business man who I

I 1JiitrfJ.Ihc1X of the excellent qualifications of 'officer; Clarence Williams, ser- had got a bottle of .his 'SYruP'.AUTO GLASS ,AUTO TRIM F thoit AND TILE OFFICE MACHINES

.. vie 'officer; Wesley Mostey,""Bgt.I .- CONTRACTORSBobby
Rev. B. J. Williams and look for -,down south, came by during .
Mauldin' Auto 'Glass -
ward to his return to the county.'I I AtArmsAuxiliary officers were syrup-making ,time and 'wanted Baker Auto Trim ; Hancock Typewriter

Both are former teachers and I!jail I re-elected headed by Mrs. L. 1,000 cases. Well he couldn't sup COMPLETE STOCK CURVED V L. BryanT Exchange

leaders ,,in this county. No seat i, M. Royal with the following ply it, but that sure is proof of its GLASS CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM O CERAMIC
It 11\ ..-.... reservations will be made, so plan I I changes: first vice-president, Mrs. goodness. Windshield & Door Glass ASPHALT. PLASTIC' TILE Smith-Corona Typewriters

to come early and get a comfortable -I.I Ruth Edna Holland; second vice- Good Cattle Meeting '"-ReplacedInAny Make Headliners Arm Rests HARbWOOD FLOORING Clary Business Machines

gm mmn seat. This announcementcomes I president, Miss A. B. Anderson. A Several of Car Or Truck Floor MatsUpholstering Floor Sanding & Finishing Repair Any Make Machine
our men attended 1
1 ..._ tWt from Principal Eddie i; reporter will be elected or appointed the Beef-Cattle meeting ttl We Handle Saftey Glass Lowest Prices 6-6762 FR 6-4445 FR 6-5551

I "pMbknce3pst.yohandb, Thompkins. The junior-senior at the May Meeting. On FR 6-2558 FR 2-3226 1931 N.'E. 27th Gainesville 431 N. Main Gainesville
Idfr II University last week. It was a
r prom will be held on May 12, with April 22-23 a district meeting was three-day mee.tingwIth "emphasis 314 S. Main Gainesville_ 021 E University Ave. Gainesville GARDEN'SuPPLIES OPTICIAN

I r:= I admission by invitation cards held in St. Augustine, at which all the way through on cross- ',' .

:only. time the Fourth Division officers AUTO SALES '& SERVICE Beckum's OpticiansLindsey
breeding. _
Dee Sf ZE IKKSOTPIYI Johnson & Paris Inc.
Vandalism were installed. Julius Royal was OMMERCIAL\ ,
at EJEWho There was a real variety in the L. Beckum
R.
I..h IMPERIAL CHRYSLER O.
V Complete Line of
Installed as the Commander representing REFRIGERATION
I fib f &:.M.d.b&: I did it? That is the question Post 314 of Starke., The PLYMOUTH VALIANT t .s !Ds.pL.UlTSFERTILIZERS; Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repairs
I ... car1ridae ... the Sheriff's Department of V Authorized SalesPartsService V V Artificial Eyes-Prescriptions

I elM IaatIa cif pea... Starke would like answered. Eleventh District president-elect Church, Rev. J. A. Grmmage! Refrigeration Filled Promptly
I .eN Insecticide*-Pet Supplies
wrltdi with is Willard Morris of Jacksonvillewhile HawesPowersMotor
V Someone broke into the workshopof held regular services Sunday: 22 W. University FR 6-3516
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... e ..t t, the auxiliary presidentelect I Service Co. We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
RJE and took starting with Sunday School, Gainesville Fla.
a crowbar and Co.
is Mrs. Nellie Clifton of Mi 224 ,N.. W,. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476 -
I WB5..BUY broke the Coke machine open to Supt."Anna Chandler Wright in i Sidney Leopold Owner Gainesville Fla.
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II lONG SIZEI Up1froic find only $1.95 in cash so they ami. A successful meeting was charge; morning and evening I FR 2-2561 Commercial Refrigeration PHOTOGRAPHY

....'... DId ofya took two cases of drinks or good held that dominated in a queen'scontest worship was conducted by the i 204 N. Main Gainesville Air CendltionlnrFrI&ieJaJre GIFTS-WATCH REPAIRS
i nodh. with Mrs. Knight of 30 at! Used Cars 312 N. Main. Roy N. Green Inc.
1: Skip.IJpwwoia measure. Sheriff Reddish and son pastor. On Sunday April Ice Makers ,
Dania crowned winner. More I FR 6-3400 .
are on the lookout for the culprits as 3 p. m. the District Missionary: Sold And Serviced Anytime Bill B'amesGIFTS Direct Color Portraits for Gifts

SNl......poIIl the and if they are caught they will than $900 was turned over to the Society will meet at the church.': LINCOLN MERCURY Gainesville FR 2-8392 a' Commercial Portraits
treasurer for Eccleston-Callahan
be punished. Fingerprints were All missionary members of the! COMETFIATRENAULTAuthorized Heights FR 6-7700 CLOCKS.- WATCH REPAIRS Photography

I made and a wide investigation Is Cripple Childrens Home from the district are asked to attend and! Sales Service Parts Specialists in Fine' Repairs to Complete Camera Supplies

being conducted in the commun- Fourth Division. L. M. Royal reporting bring friends. An interesting program i Trained 1IeehanksGood CONCRETE! PRODUCTSINSIST Antique Clocks and Watches 1118 W. University FR 2-4658

ity. We need all persons to help and adding please attend has been planned. Everyone: UsedCarsBarkley FR 2-8645 Gainesville, Fla.
: your regular meeting on the first is invited to and help us: -
come
us protect our school, not destroyit. Motors THAT ALL YOUR 222 W. 'University Gainesville
If you see prowlers around the Sunday in May. make this an enjoyable service. CONCRETE PRODUCTS POWER SAWS

school please notify the principal Church, News Mrs. M. H. Holmes, president. I 615 N. Main Gainesville LADIES WEAR McCULLOCH
ARE THE BEST FROM
or some of the nearby teachers Pleasant Grove Methodist Mt\ Moriah Methodist Church,
iwRfWTSJ so B. & G. Motor Co. Inc.
V-2 that we may call upon the city Church. Rev. L. H. McClendon Rev. L. H. McClendon pastor, held Edwards Building V Cherry's CHAIN SAWS

,and county law enforcement officers pastor, held Church School at regular pastoral services oa Sun HILLMAN Gainesville's Most Fashionable NEW-USED SALES-SERVICE

: for help. Let us work together 10:30: a. m. The:11:30 a. m. Youth day starting with Church School I OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Supply, Inc. Address For Ladies Florida Saw Co.

I for the betterment of our Meeting was conducted by Miss at 10 a. m. Supt. Robert Dell in I DRESSES.. SUITS COATS FR 6-3411
? Authorized Sales ServicePartsFR
me. -
u tj,CaorU,VU. I school and community. Grace DeSue. On Sunday the charge: 11 a. m.. and 6:30: p. m.: 6-7515 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 ACCESSORIES 2538 N. E. J9th ,Dr.-Gainesville

Wft-Dry Election pastor is asking all members to I soul reviving messages were de Gainesville, Fla. 105 W. University Gainesville 1
115 S. W. Second Gainesville
journey with him to Greater Bell' livered by the pastor. Sis. Ethel 1 r SEWING MACHINES

Did you read the editoral In Church in Brooker forservices, at Young, president of Steward I 1 VOLKSWAGENSalesV8ervice DOORS WINDOWS MEN'S WEAR

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH I your topic?paper On two weeks ago on this 3 p. m. Please plan now to take a Board No. 2, asks all members to Parts Singer Sewing

May 16 all registered I carload of members and support attend the meeting on Wed. before uverman s Machine CenterUsed
voters will be called MillerBrownMotors Florida JalousiesOF
decide
to
upon our pastor in this call. Alene De-' the 2nd Sun. at 6:30 p. m. Bro
this issue. You will decide if i apparel for ,Men and Women Singer Sewing Machines
Sue, reporter. .Robert Dell is asking all trusteesto Inc. V GAINESVILLE. INC. '-
if the Our news Store next to
counter has ben for Many One Of A KindStartln'
wrong : i New All Pisgah A. M.E. be present on the same night FR 2-3532 WINDOWS DOORS Florida Theatre V At
$9.95m
--- at 7 p. m.. and at 7:45: the pastor 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville ALUMINUM AWNINGS FORMAL WEAR RENTALS 6-6310
V will conduct official board meet
Palm Beach Awning Windows ,
SALUTE These'meetings have been ar GAINESVILLE. FLA. 216 W. University Gainesville
TO FLORIDA( ing. AU Meet A.WJ&A. Specifications
: V ranged concurrently to save your Montgomery Pontiac, Write'Or Call For EstimatesFR MOVER
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COUNTIES LEONI I tI making several trips. to church] Inc 6-8215 SHOES

V TALLAHASSliO and also conserve utilities. Don't 1817 Hawthorne Rd, Gainesville, Gainesville Mayflower Bob's Shoe -
I \ COUNTY SEAT forget the sick and shut-in members : PONTIACGMC TRUCKSB. LONG Store

I I Leon County located in Northwest Fteife. and friends in the commun M. C. SPORTS CARS LOCAL AND DISTANCE Shoes for The Entire Family

J was formed in 1824: and named lor the ity.-.-Harry Young,*lay leader re- Authorized V Sales-Parts Service e ELECTRIC MOTORS .' MOVING FORTUNE FOR MEN

Spanish explorer Pence de Lec Ibs' : porting., FR 2-2585 : ,Storage And Crating a CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
L1 of the Apalachee Indian nation was Gainesville FR 6-3224 I .
capital : ENDWELL FOR
News
School CHILDREN
Hampton 220 N. W. 8th Ave.. Gainesville Electric Motor
Hfrnftnrtfr ite Sols I
\ located here when I -, I
f. -- Bags -
1539. We are glad to.have our teacher MUSIC I Mlllenery Accessories
visited the in
the town of area Tallahassee was esbSfisfeed back after a week.. Illness..Parents : Crane Motor Co. Repair Co. 21 W. University Gainesville

by Seminole Indians and ia 1823, two yeas and patrons In the commonity L- LARK-ANGIJA- OF GAINESVILLE INC. The Music Center .

I : L ;__ after the United States took rossfsafaB of are asked ,to support the Cancer L ENGLISH FORD COMPLETE: ELECTRIC MOTOR .PIANOS-ORGANS- SPORTING GOODS
V Florida, it was selected as the state l eap- and Red Cross V Drives. The SALES AND SERVICE
taL Today it is the seat of goveraaseflt: Authorized Sales & Service BAND' INSTRUMENTS
1 Florida and is the county report will not be complete Distributor
of Sales
lor the great state '"Complete Service for AD Makes -Repairs
p I- r r( .site of two large state edacatiaaal iIIrI60 without your donations. Mrs. 606 B. University Ave. FR 2-4251 New Lincoln Motors"FR Sheet MBS B',- Accessories This Area's Most Complete Lineof
!
tutions. Maurice White co-chairman. Is 2-831 Ton Can't Beat our Terms" Sporting Goods at
V irrc In progressive Leos ComItY aad ftrce b asking you to send your dollars Gainesville Fla.: 1030 8. Mifn. Gainesville 1025 W. University Gainesville
out Florida, the United States Brewers As- I Jimmie
Hughes Inc.
g .aociation works constantly to maistab ee or silver to Principal Mellonease AUTOMATIC I ,
!: .. order who will make her report FARM ,MUSIC SUPPLIES
_ p sale of beer and ale under pleasant, Taylor TRANSMISSIONS EQUIPMENTS 1113 W.
_-_-_ _I ________.-:-- 11 conditions. Believing that"strict law not later than Monday, May I...; .. U University Gainesville V
-E enforcement the oest interest of t&e. Lillian Music Store
< serves s
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--- Remember: "Good Things Happen .
.- t people of Florida. the Association stresses AUTOMATIC Rush's Tractor Co. Inc. I '
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When You Help." -Gainmffle Leader" Since 1933 YARNS-TOYS
) close cooperation with the Armed Force. ARE OUR BUSINESS I
t .J law enforcement and governing officials.. Mt, Zion A. JL J> Church? Service & Repairs-Work NEW HOLLAND I KSAKAVEB; WINTERCABLEPIANOS I

Lawtey will present the "rrten]1j Guaranteed ALLIS CJLI.'IMASSEYFEKOUSON V PIANOSGRANS I JackandJill
CHORD' ORGANS -. 11591375Guitars' A Complete Line of
Five Singers of Ga. "Singing .
V i Trumpter" of V Jacksonville and Lamar Pearson V Drums Sheet Music Yarns Needlework Notions
I : Farm Equipment And Tractors :"
F Budgets Free Instructions
the Zion Travelers" of Starke
..., WAT: TUBBY 68 SERVICE FR6-4385 "p : PR-.5931 V
S ToysGameaDo1IUobble
Win
Sunday.! No admission becharged.
.- Th -.-- 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville Archer Rd. Gainesville! 112 S.-E. First, Gainesville 625 W. University Ga1neavJJ1ew&

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STAEKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 "
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YYYYYTYTYYY rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT St. Anne's'Parish House. charge of refreshments:" ElbeJt Park, and Mrs. A. D. Vincent of I .TTT ,YfTTTTTTYYVTTTTTT1 Amanda Hillyer
.. Miss Iva Hillyer,i I! Sunday.
;Tuesday, May 2, 1961: Altman, chairman, E. F. Aiken, Orange Park.
and

:K EY lONE, ;:H.GHGIGllTS: : cles First-Baptist Tneet .today.Church; WMU Cir- ford.William Campeli and Ralph Craw' : Junf Lovely Women Installation Have "M E?L r RtOSE; cruise A Mrs.Bama of';the West'Boyd Indies.] ar; onx a I! on'Mrs.Florida Graham aV, the reviewed' Woman's a book Clubmeeting'

Sunday School party was giv- last 'week.
Cub Scout Den HI meets at.Anne's" ,
: By Mary ;I{. Schaeffer CAP Cadets See On Thursday evening, April 20, .By Mrs. Alice RothbammeriAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA en in-honor'of Mr."and Mrs. Con- '
Parish"House after school. Those of the Baptist Church
Interesting DisplayAt the Junior'Woman's Club held an ard
AAAAA.. AA ...,........ ... ...A.A..A& Brownie Troop 229, after school their regular weekly : at the 'Baptist Church who plan to work' in the Bible
I -- ------------------------ meeting installation of officers combinedwith Friends of Mrs.
,
George
Rippy
: WEEKLY CALENDAR St. William's Hall. Monday night, April 24, the! a birthday party to mai.kthe Mrs Andrew I School attended a Bible School
'Beta Club Dance, Jacksonville, : Dunk and little are'sorry'to hear that sh* is on
I Monthly ;meeting, Volunteer CAP Cadets enjoyed seeing a collection third, anniversary of their or- Clinic at The.North Centt.il..Bdp
: Thursday, April 27: in.evening son of Memphis;Tenn. ar.151t the sick list.
Fire: Dept.,, at' Fire House. of old knives, bayonets,t ganization. All members of the : tist Church 1 in Gainesville\
Section n, Duplicate Bridge I Sunday, April-30: ,ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.,and Mrs. Carl Ford attended -
Regular meeting OES, Ch. 279 and 'swords dating back to Civil Senior Club in- E'I Winners the Duplicate Bridge
Woman's were, .of
Club 10 a. m..Community. I Attend your own church; see M. Robinson.Mrs. a'party at Kingsley Lake'Sun
: Church Choh: Practice notices elsewhere in this column 8 $_ m., Masonic Hall. War times. This' collection is the' vited. Mrs..W! 'Fugate of"Willis- I ..Jma Self ,of Gainesville I Club included Mrs. Mary Cook

7:30 p. m. First Baptist Church Interme- Wednesday,May 3: property of'Bert Christoffers, Sr. ton,Junior Director of 'District V visited :her parents, Mr. and Mrs.., day.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Knapp visit- !and Miss :Sallie Mansfield first

: Friday, April 28: dite Choir Practice, 6:30: p. .m. Cub Scouts Den 2, after' school Proceeds .from their recent bake 6f the'Florida Federation of Wo- D. 'B. Campbell 'recently.Mr. ed Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hartsfjeld (place; Mrs. Alice Ketchum and

Rotary Club Luncheon 12:15: I First Baptist Church Concord St. Anne's-Parish House. sale will be used by the cadets toreIab'rieate man'sClubs, was :the installing I and Mrs. Rudolph] ,Dampier in Jacksonville: for:the weekend) }Mrs.,George Phelps, second ..place.

noon. Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. St. Anne's JuniorChoir Prac- their' newly acquired officer. !and family spent,Thursday in 'Mr> and Mrs. :D. B. Campbellhad [Mrs. Gilbert M. Allen and Mrs
tice, 3:45: p .m. L-16 aircraft. :: New officers are: Mrs. Carl f 1 Ray Becker third place; and Mrs
Carol and Cherub Choir Practice E. Y. C., St. Anne's, Parish Jacksonville with Mrs. Dampier's as recent guests Mrs. G. R.
: First Baptist Church, 3:45: p. House 6:30: p. m. Prayer Group and Bible Study Last week, c. member of the 'Darden, ;President; Mrs. Thomas' J[sister and'brother-in-law; : Mr. and I Campbell of Columbia, Tenn.,F two .E..Moore and Mrs. Walter J.

.- m.Girl Community Church Young Peo- Church-Meeting,Parsonage.St. 7:30: p. .m., Community Senior:GroupMr.' King, showeda 'Gamar, first1 Vice President; Mrs. Mrs. Earl'Hartsfield.Mr. I their'daughter-1 -law, am1 Gable : Continued on next 'pages

Scout Troop 190, alter ple meet 7 p. m., educational film on Japan after which he Everett Fox, ''second Vice President and .Mrs. John ,N. Webb and Gale Campbell of Miami,

school, St. Anne's' Parish House. bldg. Anne's Vestry Meeting: 8 p. gave an interesting talk on that ;' Mrs. Leon-Ridaught, Treas- left Sunday for Ft. 'Myers where their grandsons:' Mrs. G. R. II I I

Boy Scout Webelo's meeting, .1\1onday.l\lay 1, 1961 m.. St. Anne's Parish House country. urer; Mrs. Michael Retifearn; Re- Mr. Webb willattend.a seminar Campell had spent three weeks It t T'N SU: tfX N frEAuto'Fire.Casualty
St. Prac-
Senior Choir
6:30: p. m., St. Anne's Parish Covered Dish' Supper, St. Wil Anne's Lions Hard At Work cording Secretary; and Mrs. on .economic growth. :They wffl with her,sons,in, Miami.

House. liam's Hall 6 p. m. tice.First 7:30: Baptist p. m. Church Adult Members of the Keystone George'Massa, Corresponding Sec- then,'go to Ft: Lauderdale ,where Mrsj Ada; Ford visited Mr. and I. ,Bonds and Allied Lines

Boy Scout Troop 105 7:30: p. m. Community Church Women's Heights >Lions Club are getting ,retary. Mrs. Garnar will be in Mr. Webb will be director aSoutheastern' Mrs. Dan Grant of 'J ck on\'Ule.*

St. Anne's Parish House. General Meeting 7:30: p. m. Choir'. ,practice. 8:15p.: m.Tuesday down to business :these days, :charge'of membership;:while Mrs! 'States Assembly. She and the,Grants then went to f .Reynolds .Insurance

Duplicate Bridge Club, SectionI Instructions for Teen Agers St. Duplicate, May Bridge 4: Club" Section 'starting:on th ir- drive to raise 1 t3 r qi'will be in' charge': of:programs. t Mr."Webb; will conduct a seminarbn'the'PresidentV'Goals ;; Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Agency) ,

8pm.Womans Club. William's.-7.p- m. H, 10 a.'m.,'Woman's.Club.1Bring .money 'to. finish paying.for the arid1 The the year book decoratedin for Americahs.'When Grant, Jr. then left for the!? home I W., L. Reynolds
Club house
Saturday, April 29: CAP Cadets weekly meeting sandwich. i lighting of the Keystone Heights was returning home inr Portsmouth, Va. Md: and Mrs. Ph. 2442 2701
own : -
Catechism Classes, grades 1-6;I 7:30' p. m., Sfeytel.l.I your Episcopal Church Women'smonthly -,'Reservation" [football' field]. In the Junior' Club colors blue Mr:. and' Mrs Webb will stop in Sam Jones of Jacksonville brought i Keystone

St. William, 10-11 a. m.Walker's I Art ClasS'lit Dot Newman's, 8. meeting, 10 order to give folks some Incentiveto and gold. There was a huge three- Haines City for a few days with Mrs. Ford' home and visited here .. HeightsFla.RIBEI0RSEBW. ..
a. m. '
tiered cake the refreshment (
BoYs' Bowling Team,lp. m. ; donate; they,have a fine fishingrig I birthday on their daughter and .son-in-law. \1

in'League, Palatka, 10 a. m. | Girl Scout,Troop \47, after Episcopal'training Church and Accolytes'monthly dinner -.boat, motor, and tiailer- I table, also in club col- Mr:: and Mrs. John Olson ,

Girls" Bowling Team. Palatka. school, in Melrose Parish tffouse. which they will give to some"lucky ores. All outgoing officers were Mrs. Dolly ,Ann Glisson of San ;
I Anne'sParish
5 to 7 St.
meeting ,
p. m. officers : !
blue'corsages all new -
2 p. m. Cub Scouts Den I, after school, Hall.'Episcopal. donor on July 8. wealing: ; Pedro Calif arrived last Saturdayfor
wore 'gold corsages; and visit with her uncle and;
As mentioned before, the club a
Laymen's Meeting,, Honored guests wore white cor- at YMCA .Camp Immokalee
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B Kel-:
rayon
has dividedinto four teams all in -
Camp Weer, near Carrabelle. ;
MAY AT KEYSTONE; : sages.The special guests were ley. I
Community Church competition to see whocan; collect Henry Senior Club off 21 N.
Choirpractice the most.Team captains are Ed Mrs. Mickle, Lee Parker is on the way to re.: Keystone Heights Jliway .
REALTOR APPRAISER Phone 3071 7:30: p. m. president; Mrs. Fremont Tolles c very' atKing Memorial Hospitalin I +,. -

a ;Associates: I. Brault} .< 4151 & Ml.: Hgen 2391 Eastern Star To Meet Schaeffer LaVigne Carl and Darden Ralph, 'George Bryan. Senior sponsor; and Mrs.. Fugate, Lake.Butler. : .Beautiful l Trails and PRiding Instruction

-- Order of Eastern Star, Chapter installing officer. -\ WORLDS CHAMPION COW
follows Mr. and Mrs- Calkin of Framingham by
Restful, beautiful, hhady ISO i i.i Pretty oaks,, boat SBR Team ,members are as : 'r '
basin! 279 will meet Tuesday, May 2, team Mullis.. LaMee. The instillation was followed by Mass. visited friends and, GlUt: '
'ft. (on Lake Serena 2 .BR, ,"CB, Built lnK'LR-diii- LaVigne's :
I I I 8' p- m. in the Masonic Temple. Terrell Altman, Cherry,' and entertainment. Little Gina Massa, relatives in Melrose recently.'Mrs.'
LR .K
.Dining Fla. room, j ing. Large utflity-lawndry. "
,bath, big closets. $17,900.' i I In! town.: $13, 00.-Cash. 'Hosts for the evening will. be Beam. Darden's: Belote, .Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C-eorge; Catkin Is'the daughter of the late' 'Reasonable Rates- "By; Appointment< the husbands who will be in Massa, did 'a dance. Highlight of: Mrs. Wyman. .
Terms I Wilson Baker, Lawrence, *Wildt. Phone Home *
Instruct Camp
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II the was a satirical skit :J
I Schaeffer's: Sinkin, Brault, Wil- program I Mr. and Mrs. John Strawn, Mrs \J
200 ft. on Hall Lake ,plus I 'Lake Lots on, Santa Fe, Facial l Hair liams, Anthony McGlave, .Haber- depicting "A Typical Woman's e.__,
fcmall White Sand Serena, Gator Club Executive Board Meeting. .
Good
acreage. 2400. .
stroh. Massa, Davis,
Bryan's
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terms. I Bone, Lake Brooklyn. Gone Forever Phelps, Spence, Thomas, Murrhee, Cast included Mrs:: Mike Redfearn .

Medically Approved Methods Millie Jln. and Ward. Give .to the! Mrs.: George Massa Mrs W. L.: Formal
Bunce, 'Mrs. Mike Hanks, Miss
team of,yourchice. _,
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The to .
best way Barbara Southwell and Mrs. Bill '
eliminate this exr.- ,The\Nominatirig Committee has Baker. Mrs.' Charlie McGlave was ;
:
TINY COVE RESTAURANTOPEN chosen the following !officers for :FRIIAY & y
cess hair problem I" narrator. The author of the skit .' i Sw
Is to come in . ,,*';',:.r.::.:,.':.:!.::"#" ; the coming year: President,' Tom- prefer to' remain'annonymous It 'f i 1,
: '" my Millican; First Vice Pres., 't Sth ariH 6th:
request professional : > was really well-received. : !May .... ,...
advice. A ; Charlie McGlave; Second Vice :.: I* -r. t <
.;. .: :. Dick Thomas 'At the conclusion of the pro-
President Spence ,;
n )t. : i. ; '
case analysis can .
', ..,. the ''guestS all gathered
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTFEATURING determine how .S'i ;\,;' .; Secretary Joe Wildt; Treasurer, gnim around L
the 'refreshment' tables:
to cope with your ft.;;,: i.' George Massa; Director [2 years], -'j Come In And 'Vis Let Us Show
fUs
hair condition .i...r:}: y .: 1. George Phelps; Director years], Mrs. Charles McGlave poured the | [ 'lop
Hpl
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Mrs. -
': Io Lion Tamer, W.. .P. coffee; Leon Ridaught pre-
There Is no' : Ed LaVigne; -
'' [Continued .On 'NextTVALLTAINT :Page] How We Can Serve You!
Tail' /
Chicken Shrimp ;Fine charge rot conE. [Coon} Wilson ; and Twister, .
Dwyer '
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Schaeffer., .,
sultation. George r
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S w it 'ii -
Baskets :Baskets Sea_Food I'{' EDMUND DWYER lUcKay Bowlers Take:HonorsBeitie' ::, Be- Sure: To"' l Register. For 'I FREE Services. !
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Dottle McMurtry
ON .HIGHWAY 100 Electrologist Sprow 'and -,

ONE MILE SOUTH: OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS t 107 ((17;W.'Years Univ. Experience-Ave, Gainesville) the doubles'-in of McKay the''Palatka.Bowlers, City won l C0i +OPERATED U." m

I Call FR 2-43S9, for..appointmentBUSINESS Tournament. Bettie took the singles ,! .
with' a sc'ofe' oM508,''and the> f '
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team:is celebrating, its winning. 'of
i
second, *T>lace. Congratulations. ,.' 1KstMaeijpe

:KfYSTONEHGHTS1ELROsE E girls Former! Resident ; .


i, I Honored tByifrtends : .

I ,Wednesday, morning, April19, ;
1 : I ; .DIRECTORY t Mrs.- Sam Gardner" and )Mrs. LewMuir
:
,were" joint hostesses, atis .2' 'HOURS
OP PEN
-- :I I"morning-- coffee at 'the"Gardnerhomeon PER lIMY'J : ; ,

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j.,. ',Peach: \.Street, :honoring
APPLIANCE SERVICE GIFTS-TOYS NEW T- ; :,
PACKAGE STORE Mrs. ChatlesSmit1fOI Severna; "

Wheeler's Co. Park Rid.., a former resident !of: For Your Convenience J.
Service '
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Shaughanessy s Peach Stf get. I 1walk ;
(Complete Service Oa 12SPflas f
T'Jevisioniutoinatic Washers PACKAGE STORE' Guests ,included :Mrs. ,Ed Con-

E.ectrlraJppllanresWeldlng OPEN 8 .1I.-12 P.M. DAIL. neen, Mrs-Tom. Gamer,"Mrs. Dick 'PLUS.

CLOSED SUNDAYS Sunderland, Mrs.-Charles-Tolford, '. .
Granite 5-2401 Melrose t
All Work Guaranteed ;fij JOVJ Keystoneaielro*, ,Highway Mrs. Gay Livingston; Mrs. Fred iF Your ,services Fluff .. a
regular-laundry ThrtPinisK ;R
Customers since 1947 Mulling, Mrs. Bill'' Beam, Mrs: pry- U ly
'Serving 19 colors and white *
REAL ESTATEC. Dan Pater, l\lrs.HeI'bert: Nelson, lovefy "::'Shiri .Service-rFihished .Fl at
.Between :Keystone ,and Melrose' Largest &; Most Complete'Selection Fbr woodwork- .' !
Mrs. John Ruffini, ''Mrs. John matching> ;
of Greeting Cards and ToysIn J. Pete O'Connor Dickert, Mrs-Bill Few, Mrs. H. L. "Duco"-Satin Sheen EnamelAlso : .

APPLIANCESRedfearn's -! V Keystone This Heights Area I REALTOR Morgan, ,Jr., Mrs. Frank Hgen, :PL S .

Mrs. Charlie McGlave Harold
Mrs.
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REAL ESTATE Suttbn Mrs. E. V. 'Wall Paper71KI' Quality:Sanitone Dry .Cleaning'and Clean Oral :>Service
Appliances: -MORTGAGES WMegren '." '4. J to. .,, "Y -
,
HARDWARE APPRAISALS Jr., Mr ,George Schaeffer and Decorating I '! "

nOTFOLYT: APPLIANCES Keystone Heights 'Phone 4297 Martha Jane, and Mrs:: Jim Heth- :, I l US
,Shop
Maytag Washers and Dryers Brooklyn, erington and Holly. Out of town .. ..
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Zenith T V Supply House Winifred' Crawford guests included Mrs. E. V. Wide- !, Alteration} 'Department-Rug Cleaning I Service-..Linen

Service On AJJ Slakes Reg. Real Estate .Broker gren, .Sr., of Glen Cove, N. Y.,' Keystone Heights, Ph.'4505; ,' ; } t

Beystone Heights, Phone: 4252: VAR-TUNG Outside PAINTs Lake .Properties Acreage Mrs. Charles Hager_ of Orange]" I xjkentalUniform 'Rental.t,..,. < .Pick-up: .and, Delivery I >,Service
House Paint 1
I Ranches Business City Homes. '
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Mildew' Resistant
'BOATS SPECIAL $1.93' .GALLON Rentals ( ? MS. ..
"We ,Take A Personal Interest In t W .
The Boat Barn Keystone Heights Phone 2741 \
Your Requirements" 'Our sincere. .thanks for :your.paatbuainelsanJ.for( your fu-
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Melrose GR 5-2701 Odom's. Hardware & Midway Hiway: KeYstone'21-Open Hts.SundaysGR Melrose- . ,...."\'. *"A-ture'coo* *' *p cooperation j' .in.;our'efforts t to'bring ithe 'best' m undry -

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V7 ir** *
EVINRUDE Supply -5-2881 \ 1 {and. Cleaning ;gemees and increased prosperity in* our

SALES & Cement HARDWARE Blocks-Red PAINT Mix 1 G bR<< e urea,.:'of'Bradf. tied' arid f .Clay"! "Coulibest .

SERVICE RESTAURANTLawrence's
Cement '
Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils : tte -

r Meter Service Short Orders Sandwiches OHIO. .,1, :I Trade AYJyrge With Bradford -Linen; SUP)1, 'nc.

Melrose Phone; GR. 5-M21 ,Bottled, -and Draught Beers 5t1* 't > > *, r-: \

CONSTRUCTION.BarMar Sundays Too Closed Mondays Columbus i-', .
a friendly] Capitol 1 city extends a welcome
LUMBER Kitchen Open 11 A. 31. 9 P. )L '-,. ,. .. "

Const. Co. I Keystone Heights; Fla. to ,all I tourists and visitors., .Perhaps. 'some _would say --,OPERATING, ',:
HOME BIPROVOIENTSBoom San Lebrydo LumberCo. I II a

Additions Awnings RESTAURANT .DR VE.IN I that, the ,major shrine in Columbus is not the ,StateHouse t i :.e ; STARKE -.CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY Y ),:--- j jOf

Aluminum Florida Rooms Siding --FHA Garages Loans We 'Specialize.In Custom I White Top Drive-In but rather _the. Ohio. ;,.St te University football rr j .ft'.i -"$TARJE"- P. ONE '964-3201 ';;>\.. .


Ph. 4281 ,Lawrence Heights Blvd. !; Cut Extra-Lengths' I "A GOOD PEACE TO EAT" stadium.. ::; 'ii .Cpa it01'a,dignified. Porit-limestone'_struc- I i' '..:tI .OJN 1 CLEEN :AUTOMATIC .LAUNDRY ;'
Keystone Kiln Dried Pine &; Building '
Dinners SandWiChes "' -Sf < '
r ture, does' contain ,, : : ARKE, -- PHONE 9 4-3201' ::
Materials a of (Ohio
FLORIST Cold'Beer -''Sodas treasury state. :documents "

Cement-MortAr 30x-Sheet Rock Take 'Out Orders- and:portraits of its. & i ;K ExsrQNE WASHETERIA
'
vemors. The is :
,.Edna :WilliamsFLORISTNVRSERY Mill on n-ll:a. M ilidnite 6FC .' building, openweekdays I' .
I Phone: BU' 25722MILLTVOBK : "' Fisherman You1 Catch' and from; 9CfOAM.to.4:00, ( : P. AI. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS< PHONE" 3121 ,.","
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'Clean''em- ok'VraRt .
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FLOWERS tis .. 1Ev' y 'LAUNDRY AND CLEANESE ;
For All Occasions( I 21 Between Keystone Heights ?' COVE ? ll'1t0. ,

' .!Melrose Phone: GR 5- 331 t tI ;& iTelrose THElmi ThTE: lAIR[ '. r'Wt" .*" .? .sPRINGS PHONE' X441 "",,
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"Keystone WELL: TRIELTNG---- f-JI *w You Always Have TJtat Look of
GAS-BOTTLED N t ; ApprovalWJ.i! 'ur
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'MiIIwprkTShopCABINETS! 'I e TveII:'DrflllnrMELROSE I i v- >. ; *. ,. -
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". I Keystone Gas Co. 'Inp. ; "
'. .DOORS =A Fr1 I
h '.; Bpi .Fnendlr Community '
,%4 !JOUR SERVICE ,WINDOWELNS" Ser lte ? ,
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1.Mathe.ws.VellDrilJft a. ,
PHONE 4S51 -Trim Jlaterta1s. x. iY !
Franchised -Distributor of SaahJf&d.rTo Order t : IOOI.io

..84F-GAS' ", Ke'StO .Heights: .IMi 3 ,I >- .GR' 5-510i: .
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THURSDAY, APRIL :27, 1961_ 'BRADFORD-J; tJKtf '1', ,G 'g,a Il'T,0 A ..P'D k

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: ; with their plates. Paul Smysor do- or other, cooking 'j sterisil;' it .just f are'Yisl: tt I : -Ni94;; ls i. i jt m y TTTT f J- V- ?l'f :Y.,!.., .,....y., -.-Mrs.- .A Ii, Harley ,is f ao Tll'E

;;YSd ; itlIJI nated the use of the .Keystone''rm1i (bertliatyoti j eft ,ii At)'he'f for two' weeks: die jfic ols. are '. Mr.. ,and ftrs. .N.B.:4B1oV Visit1fgI: I The Board u: CJ..I..T- CiinmUs!J '. : .
rda
ers 'otrs.drd ; V
"1 cugty :
Beach facilities, and the Clay rish;t stop'at .. kc- frt lL1t Q .r'V1t..1J
> ry.'Please' .S E.; occupying 'Hgen Ottlge while IE4' sons.in Lake.city. will receive e.ed.l'id'un! flay ::.

;;I a G H JL. I G H T 4,S Electric Cooperative loaned their ,KaY's, RealJEte office and, $ee t&eyn&at.: jrithMfs.J&lle, Gray- ,._ '_, .. Mrs. Mae .Wells and Miss EnzaBlanchard 1961, at 10:00-a..M.' in tfif: c 'urt-

electric! fish"fryer, and the neces if it isn't: there! son ,and., Mrs Dorothy-.Sherman. ,.......--....,..-1...!......,, -:''BrtEniaBIanchardiaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAA attended" the" .dedication." : house equipment for,the which fSlloWRiK may l,e Alices seen at of

A & .&.......... sary'equIpment for the 'hook-lip. grtz.n ;'A s'I June Ridaugixt youngest daughter tCentrnaetf FriaTPretedine PageGiolick f' -, :;. of the, new\Po3t Office ii Green I the Countr Barn 'xmNaVthWater

.(Continued from .Preceding Page) A special word if thanks Is due I I Community' ChurchThe. .of 'Xir., ahd"ilrsl"HarpidvRid-i: ". *. : < .-r -. ....; ..... ...- ..... "' -" ,......, 'Cpve.Springs'; ;'Sttufday.J. I! StreetI.. One F-4 Ford Truck Oid.. ; Motor -
the Rotary Club, of course for : Family liIght., { ill := 'sf fourth '
$; p'oer .aught;enteiedr5t vincen H s- -* place." : metTueaiay'nighl'at W.. Terrr..ur..JeOf Mrs, Joyce Xo. BR-TL :13 U.>
T Methodist AVSCS
sid:id-tat the punch bow: while their sponsorship of the fish fry. :beheld at' 5.30p'm.'k: ; day.4pr11281x'the fret ari':;JaeYsotlville-on M diy I ;,ill fabseivalice r of Natiarial LfaryT The the home.pf- ': Futch and MisstElizabeth Terry, .I Truck-n. One, 6 Cyl-1!52, 1,206. .TntermiUinAl, .'

Mr3.-'EvetE'tt'Pox..and:'Mr.: W., L. I And Cancer(Ot tiers'To Drive' Workers"Film* duy ttaual l4iildiug: All i for surgery. .She' expects,'td'-fcoiie t j jn W e1t' the '.Me ose ?ublic -\frs.-OrvflleBumgarher;.who.presented died Monday night in'a Lake.. City Only bids that will cever both
See new memrs"of "tKe church pieces of equipment Will -accept--
s'ineeJanuary
: \'hom; ga1 'twr .
"'BuRc 'sel' ed sandwiches and bn'Sunday.ilr. ,!\ejd QMij ouse ;JPbursdayarfto'noori.tr a playlet that gave;a "fin f'1) T\itaL ed. ,
'Fake: I This: evening, April 27, there 1961wilTbe". TT )..lo ,tfd'at.!j j' :and Mrs..Herbert felsori ... m.2 to,ppock. A" 'ishingtouch7 to the Study 'bo k.The The Board reserves the'right' to
'T willbe., a Kick-off ,Coca-Cola hour this time.. 'THE RIGHT POTh-r for the refuse and air bids. ;
re-gralidpaiiintS againiT11 tune 75' any
Much of the credit for the success ? l bout guessl( .during the .last'!'chapters ,were reviewed : "' ,
of this affair goes Mrs. I: for the House-to-House Cancer Thennual': ;covered'"dish'luncheon it's a boy the son qfMr.1frs. ':.itrid #kmoq'A'?, e..etetteJ*J ; ;at. the by ."Mrs.'. 'Ci* ''w : Mrs.Wainwftgh't .way>eu write. Cime 'In- and select (SEAL Board) Of Countr Qommi..ioa'. -rf
Drive volunteers-at the Woman'slub the! {; : parts' : *
'-.Michael Redfearn, chairman, and t for Women" of'the Cl rch'wilfbe' 'Edw"rd"szjm i skr.c{ w"aS- 1i.looizby leafs. ri" enlibrary : :Mrs: .Lee: arid 'Mrs. year favorite CSTERliROOKFiantahr.Pen. Bradford 0. unty. Florida
at- 8 p. m. There will also held'at 12 roon'on{ 'May. 111 t'wU1* m"10 'j" TELKGRAPH. '
her'committee. mingtbn, Del- Mrs: "Szyinaiiski. is wwrd chaljman.", Tea and be a film, 'Time and .Two "Wo 8. Dr Holt'wm'hold f : hli !t'-4.:.
;JThe club ,presented Mrs. Red- an ,'ihstalla-: the'tormer'Sue Nelsonl'.Ttie;: Szy- .wCTe. serVed' from f <> a Beautifullya t) t 'wire elected for ttle Sing : .
WOMEN n
men. for ,only! We urge tion service for the new :-officers. : 1.1 -... year
fram:with past-president's pin, manskis, .ve"s.u'>ot&er 'chiidrfn : ;" b r .
potntpd .. Y LAllenGra MfsJ: : Cainwrright; president:
all in % 't.1.
this .
j' women area to attend. The ,
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and their.Senior sponsor Mrs. United Church'Woinen of We c n't.he1p: but wondering-what h p1 ftnd ffrs. 'Wm llapl ies- Miss'"EMa'Blanchard, vice 'presi JFire: I iabiUty 1!
This film gives ,educational information ,Florida 'will meet in .Daytona.Sue is going to dc:: '%5rie toni; ; :Other '
.Fremont -Tolles received a lovely jwfth" 1ibraVyuboard'menbjer.T} :: dentMrsT; P.::L. "''Dinfans., 'secretary .
:glf all women should have, Beach .May 1517. :Anyone wishing youngsters in, diapers.If 1 }bqard-members ass png 'with ser.. ;{ V :;.Constant t-e
concerning cancer. ,Dr..Donald ,M. / birs.l H: C.;:'Kelly, treasurer."RefreshmentsiwerV jJt/ ;,
to attend this -- -.4 *- -* -- "
'Duplicate. ,,Results Christoffers inspirational I.. f.1.ri and 'Mrs. Charles smith. \;of vin? were'Mrsfi P. 'x, 1obinsorLaild l t servedL'by" the
will be present for a .meetingmay,; contact.? ?;MrsD.'A..; Severna" -Park ,-Yd." .have been' Mrsohn'WP b. ALso assisting'was'b '
;On: Thursday morning. April question- and-answer discussion : 1 OOteSs" the 12 members. atteridingi : Year si
20,.iMrs, Lilo Pridgen and Miss I NelsonStatePresident'01 Cope. guests of Mr.ahdMrs::Ray Star-' 1 *'**:.AJbelt'' ,c, *Su'reslij: ; .- O.ver.60: .
immediately after film-
Anna McCullough were high :H .House-to-House' canvassing the will munity: Church Women.' ,I It.J nes fori -weefc-The:: -Smiths, for?" jjrarlan':; Fl 9"wets" "ere; arranged, jbyairs. Mrs. Eugene Pearson,-Mrs. IMl10 V -E
"Church
Bne'gjEpiscppal: '
meriKeystoners..- went oh tour Waiter' BrinsonTjuwi
.scorers. Second high were Mrs. a Miss nrthJMrs : irs. .
Olive Karges and Mrs. Sandy Her- Please be from April,welcome 28 through your neighbor May 1. ne's..Vestry On Wejn sday.meets.May:3.at ,8 .gym...,: Coat-after! Bessie' .Rutherford( ::A, :;display of $ "Bffie- C finer:-Wainwriglit., \ ;A.JHarieyLMrs.'H. ; JJ kt.iW

'zog; : 'while Mrs. Helen Pinon and when, she calls at your home for the''parish.Hall'At,10: ; pctures.of! early"Metiosewras: l' !8 Mr's'.-:J. C. "TyeXind4Miss: 'Eriza .
'
-Mrs.r Irene Mickle were in third' your donation. .Make it generous, Thursday). 'May .4, ;the :a.EP1SC- paon paJ 1 I! turning\Mrs.: "Ella-, home.; Andre-has returned ."featured'. Pi 'I attVa. -ctigri. Blanchard attended the'Achlevementtbay'ind -, ;
place: and you will be glad did. Churchwomen A fried chicken supper: will behejd { Dress-Revtie at the. i\flENfiY\
you ,will hold::theirre- froman Eastervaca.tl iib:M:4it- ( .
I : ,
Rotarians Score WithBenefit Opening Day Proceeds gular ,Sat-AprU,29. 19P1..5 ,to .'8pvKTPfctes.will (State::Farm'-Tuesday.::
mojitjily"; neeing.
.J1 land whereshe" ; itherayliest'
oftier
: was
Fish Fry For:,Cancer,. ,Fund, .The : : ; cost Slaor; Adults lib Oiwtey7 Ifoine .D monstraU ,., _, .. . "' J
daughter '
t :
their
Accpiyteswill have > "-Mi-s. M. .
\\ S- E. McKay, 'Area Chai-man of Morrison. and: .j50 ,cent'; ,for ',children. :The n='Ctub'met"Tliursdayijarningof : i
the,American Cancer On Saturday, April .29, GeorgeLa regular" -montlllytrainingy ,,. meeting and family.- ,J)enejfitis.V for ,the .Methodist. last week In the educational :..- ..
h Society. wishes I :Rue will open his 'MiniPuttCarpet and dinner from 5 p. m.rte 7p'm. Mrs.'Nelle Grayson and'his- FUluL
Church .
'tcrexpreM sincere Building ]; 'room.tfie Methodist Church.1jM
appreciationo,3ll ,Golf-Course on Lawrence on Thursday, May ,4. terr.Mr's-DorothSherwan; :
'
t $ l.'ticket' ,sellers, publicIty\ Blvd., All receipts from opening- last week in' -Ctea>watef; sls-I'. ;,A, ake.Bale .is. 'fanned by the :: ss' ttosi"presented \a program
agents those' who worked at .the' day will be turned over to the A- Weekend May.5. 6,;and TJwill/be; _1a men's /and-Lake-'Wales.; JY9 an'sClubat: th :.Pos .Of4Ce on freezing' 'food,:land" Mrs: jA.

, fish fry, and to all'ladies'ho do- merican ,Cancer Society. So wed at Camp' ,Wead- near, : < ,;lat., i i/LPTUi29. at ,10.a..m. The HarIe"brought the iievotiona1.tmthei"iwJv .

rated,.pies, cakes, .and bakeIieas V, u:'fe:; you to try your hand at Carrabelle.St., William's .Church. fary'speui.tlie"MrsiKemiethCbj' 'past,).weelcend erra'nd ,son jnCofimbus benefit, jrilljp: for' th@: :L1brllj'Fundr' : 'e''.;made "for toe

,t bits, Lovprn's Girl ScOut'Troop' golfiiig; for worthy cause! /Ga. -wilhMr; and Mrs. '. ..... '$62., ''prograai.The'Rebels', ... .

'190, was most helpful',.Something Lost The regular>;;monthly. :Coved_ La"yCoopr:, tale newlywedsLarCoopers' : _Sunday, April 30, at'6 P:'m. the :,Quartet, concert ,at

serving and assisting the guests. If you are missing a cake, plate Dish Supper will' be .held tin the i-y.iS te ,,other,'son. 'Methodist, ;'.jChurbh will have ,a the. ';,Lawtey" School auditoriumMaruJ i
Hall at 6 .... :
_. u p"Jm'on-Monday. even- -" "Fellowship) : 'rjljrht greaiiy enjoy-
.. -capt...ands: Robert laekson Dinner.All;: members y :w.as
.
;
I ing .May 1. All persons belonging and daughter Beth -spent: .the and friends:.are:cordiallyinvitfd i edt ''l7ie"event,Vas ..sponsored. ; "-J.>ythe'lJawtey ..Ia
1- the ''
ta Jo parish are urged :.toattend weekend in4liaraf i 'arid: --llialcah. ere hvilli be-sp ciaFt! lenr:' e __ ,i;, PrX.jFrie .
Ii especially new; mners; p.Jd'? .bring Williston Hanriotieers. :". arid "otijer ; ds : :
Mrs.
.y the entire .family..,For the benefit On -Friday' evening they 'visitedMi ; Jfl_ R. A. sGriffte;
of newoomerswe like *,, and.J.rr8., James 'Hammock,' inspiring music from Largo.'alongwith and !Owen ,Anders regret that
would '
'to and' on Saturday-and''--"Sunday, a dynamic .message 'fr m: theyha: ve.been confined to, !3r d-
{ : no t : .
say that here-is : charge tor '
Ood's :Word. r e '
the supper. All that is required of Capt:. and"Mrs. 'JaekSonatte 1tied ford jaunty .JKospitaL a a' .

the FJorida','National'tJ'uarJ'Of hcers ,.Rev.'. ,L-uHowe, visited
is to Larry:
bring ,
)
you your ,pwn cpvered: Fait ';bMbJ1tila8;
dish vegetable, or rt.. *Associatfori. Conference :in tasley Jn.the .University 0::.FIon--
'd.eSS Arid
t7chilelkl] e.iIj11Ad
H the Miami while :Beth "remained |in da Medical Center, Gainesville
whole family ,
isinvited
,,aL
f Hialeah: is'. = 6fheHam ? Ya4 J aCiEa :$S dsool, ,
a guest Tuesday.Lany lives ..rela'tiyes.here
course. Such things as silver; 45 11CMTJJIOSE with -
.. ., ,.:."' JQ.tn1U .1V ahi'
.moW. tierf-auntr-and uncle
; e f i plates l cups, coffee, cream, ,sugar, : .'Mrs:' ...m.:J\tw:,)! aL(:N4deidrpcs1QP: ,And .we;hope.he 1s-able.
1i bread, rolls,- Cokes, "and Napkins, Hammock will be remembere'd :in' r., t tW1 .$aon.

1I are 'furnished by* members of' the i :},Keystone 1 as the ,f onneVfjoy,ce' Sunday-dinner. guests, of Mrs. A

4 i CaUiolic 'Club.-Ple'ase*' try',to" come:.Haskins. !1t; : V.:R: Reddish and Mrs--.;HattleMaihls ..

on time, so-we can 'ali sit down,; :Mr;- and Mrs. Thomas-Preyost ;Cflt4'H. ; :were Mrs. ''Nell .Ost n.. A cities 5crvic'.l s r'n9 Check.n-Change,

together: "6 pi: m.: have purchased, -the"'little "Pink TU MrsU'Leon:: :Refddish! of'Tampa, and is all fakes toiMiW your cpr's performance

1r 1 Personals' house on-Jasmine! ,'Ave:..:fJ? 1 1el f': 'pSuha.ayjit: : *\w-! 'Churchchobt'Ti .!.h'S. Lola Norman. for springBring! !; ; .- 'oor,car in:this weeks ,
= belonging toMi's. McEwani.'across s ;15'jun."JlorhihsrlPr: ) '
;
:
Paul R. : Mrs. Effie Miner -
of went with
&1 .par'ey Bedford, the street from Mrs. t'ttid 9ei 1i Q'd 'r iJrii-:; un day RADI M08ORANAND;: : !H. ,YHpttfor summer
i Mass. flew to Florida 91\. ,.WednesI : Sara McDonald. : nn, !it HZ. ,., Mrs.-'Pauline Torode' and Jolin '. iffir'i >' "* .
I day April 19, to be with, his :"The"Prerostsf had been ftu. yCOmmimpn. ,, ):" ti
I mother following the death of his living in the Pangborn. cottage! Young C.h''h>ntn.13oly" \ .Gco': Ga.:, where 'they visited ';end sludge.

father on April 18. He and his since their. marriage, until' 'J'ecent- b3 rll'rD' &. 'm, ,;ifply** Mr. andtors.;; 'Lonnie Roberts indatteiid.ad"thelHomecomihg' t.f"t' '.

: mother Mrs. Paul Harvey ,left ly: Mr Prevost is employed,.. by'theDuPoni V'r Communion! / of,at.'. OIL ,LH GE with muHNronge_5D:Kpolmotor! lOW ,
Co. They have ,one year-' '.Pie} .fcev;''Miliard H. "?>reyf! ojle\ ; SO, Civei 1 lOW pwformanee o itartingT.findium
by train from Waldo .on Thursday old Victr.H f "' u;. 'George. .' High School, ;, 'ht .>>'.M ',5.f .,! !
afternoon, April 20 for Massachusetts I: daughter. -** Sunday dinner guests of Mr.a11d'1bs."A.C.'Pearce'were : i 20 grade|ciformance for warm-
BIHt t : _
where the funeral l "was Other newcomers' to Keystoneare FI R : : / Mrs. > pTT,Keoyy O'grade performance fojcruising.
.
held. Mrs. Harvey hopes .to come -Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hand aridtheirsmall TJEtY.S/T.! .r G C,p 'H; C:;:Reed, bfr's: tyl: M. Tanksley.and ': : : t ."

back to Keystone for a viSit next ; daughter, who recently 'o1\Wf.ROSE i'fJ7f1 trk. RIrs.Ahnie', Stevens. o!''Jacksonville wW5j .

k PHONEWO winter. moved I into,their, newt( built home Sunday 945a.. -'m, Church :'Grandson Leslie: who hadspent CHASSIS WMCATION.. ( : ,..with i ,!tough Trowi- s -HGreai

Capt. and Mrs. John ,R. King on the Melrose High\'I\-ay, acrossfrom.the.Nelson i..School' !for .'an'-ageX' : S: llH"i.f'im.: : 'the week'with, ..the"Fear,\ .es, ..-Squtl squeaks,' guards against_ i

: 4-3101 and children were visiting the 'dev lopment. TheHands t'J n f iWorship;:.t:38:. .p't: n., returned ?ththem..ilr.Jand. 'dirt and rfV mud f-'> .t,

S area last! week. They cam?',to see come to Keystone. from .oUth'eJ16Ws1 1J). -oJ. .'Mrs., J. }W. Fulls tonandMrs.lFhyllls.DgWitt
*
Capt. King'S mother, Mrs. Doro Starke.' Mr. Hand Is in. the insur ,, / cInesdav, .7:3dp.; ., :taw:BUs e : _:and ..sonwerejguests .FLE JE1 WETY.o1i C \ ( of all! !h ecrudO3: .

thy Sherman, 'ami his sis r'fIrS.!; ante business.. ., ,StgdT' and, Prayer Meetinjr of Mr.. ,.and 'ilrs. Orville L ..Ipofs' on. *>. our cor., '.' lie'' f t- T ""'..r ,

I ,Office and School l Supplies .. Dorothy, jRumstedler: and 'theenjoyed ysonvtlle Mrs .Claire. Lohre was" in Jack" "t',leY.y,:red' ..sPr1 .get, a.itot.iY { $.Bunigarner on Sunday..The.MUo'Sinith .. ... M' ..
camping at Gold HeaBranch last week, to make, a "
State Park. The Kings dbroadcast ,which "was;*taped and- .,{ tfami\v:.enjoyed "SftC1fX'; ; .. -? .
*' an outing? at: Camp :Q" ..Sunday :
,
MFORD ,County TELEGRAPH enrout to an airbase in Germany broadcast, later lh> the daT 'ova 4 t iityYYii afternoon. .
where Capt. King will have a Radio,StatioriWJAWeihouht : t iL1)

three-year tour of duty. , ,.but. that -Those' '-vjsittng"Mr..and 'Mrs. 1
It will come later.. !, ; ":,,,. Bryant, Reddish "urjrjg.lherweek $:@
Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Nichols .Mrs l Lohf: e is the f t f' t CITl70S l VICE
BI.hVii'a..
,'----_ ,I riding instructor,at,Camp ..Immo--, t. ;T "J.- "L. '!Strickland I' -t were Dean, Mlxoatof Perry;: Mr. >

7 'J '" '. ., ka1e ,1a. ld 'the Is welt "q aI1fied. ... .&= ... 11... .. and Mrs. George'Roberts, Mr. and .
I h She'.is'the #'World's : Champion i! t ? t ii l\fi s. King'rlfchob, RaIiorman! Temple'Are..LJ S\\ ,
l IY '" EarrLahg 'visited relatives atC and JtzijSt t wlirbf j tatlstnviUb. :
r I; I Cowgirl, .a title..she( } has heid J JHill atfewOdays :1 .. ,.
) : -
,. sinee:.1934.tAnd'in. ;casethe, horse las'6'weekj. 'A ft

should" 'st .-MaisoATroyvto.) JU4; w taywith'f :*** > j
; uianopaBichard,and Grandma :. ? iF RD
: *
:SO SAP-EM ; trained !nuise.Jhe had an.XJrace/Jor+ >aJwhale.: "* -:-" DEALERS
unexpected .pleasure Sfe&* 4&1. tiWe'iM8l&ir
_." hale at. thr'adio' .
eElgin'
Cation Icing': isited'her sister;
1 I .a last/Tuesday.: She LoWe 'fWfifeetX'lnOliuisday. ; :Jacitsonville
got to.piet Hugh O'Ben) IWyattEarp .
: : or::lkst: Week> ;"a ds.sa ys OPE'rrfO'N
;
] jand; his com nion, the .
1 rf tI deposed , i.. I ,: happened mie"Stariina: also"'vlsitEii "hattie
:
.
'to
per in Jacksonville. .
r[ his'anotl f; i tllangac: :'She .
i i't uses ': 'J 'je.f 9'I....
-\ ;*-:L- ,Wffiliia'i. CtthS,(,uJ61 Jt64ite'in-"this''-'heihborb'ood: .
'j ( >> e te ::1WdatJ' rahe nmaiiiba'1bMi'"PadSett
i ; .
4 '' adh: mOYedwto"Jacksonville. V I IJ.fr '. t '
,
BIG' IJI"
; .;. ))0 Stmaly,.UAw.at=;l:EE a a.:m.Hdyday .. ; : Ud Urs.U' ?Sarfis ,an= r..1 f S k'''''
/ Mmat.Tf) a. 'I flounce the birth of arsoo. -Mrs' "

; .." ,Tuesdiky' Mica.M. loo,; .. ,ilL Harrisib'theTfdrmerShfrlcy'Carter ,'! -
-
f
ry Coafmilona before ,,taBiptisai3'mkrriis .1f.> M.' ,- '

\ fi. : ; rind lartructions -.' EUa#: -Carter has. '-stifferingattblalt'tblatddei'trottble''siid'1ittd vN. R4 a.. AL lf.dr "w i:. 4 rrr A.c 41MR -.- < w

..i. :.. :, '..by; appointent. : ti l II.s ;suGC8ssl 1 f ricss
.j. to' nakeiia' T flying trip""-lo "thedoctor' wj';;_ : S''lashcd Across
.,COTUNrrTcmizcn : Seems; ;-be some- better- -
'1 1'j. Li KETS ONE;..HEIGHT* how.- '* thi Mrill'JI >JI .Fird?, .;FalconsSedans'iieUMli Jind .Wagonsl

i hs Dr. A.C._ Hilt, ,RIntet Our grandson. in Jacksonville, .. .
) -.. ., BifiieGurr ',small "
'4 J" JldJi ;; developed' a TOWN vrq.qlJA.1Ia.erv'
Organist and! CheferiDireeUr. Pimple, on ,his TJpi-V'w Ue b k.pSc'ied.the _- lowry 'car Hof f Jit Jow-prK !fafd,.*** "
pimple*end"it set' "Thundtrbifd-iiupir .gan,* and comfort
8undii upblobdpoison.
j ;l3cFipol, sf;39.aim. Morn ,' ...,, J A tftMsttter: if tbwt' '
.
tnt ssnlon.t .
He'aws' seriously"ill ..
faifr, Worship.. .l1QO..a.. ps.dTAN'S r f tf .
,. of in the=the-hospitaKabout-a'1; but .
.
; iliRIstow.CI Is-welf find:bacST home again.notr.. ; _V !CI( __ '"

i $ ,1 fE ONE Bill Tpendarvii bjf' '' Hlghjlaflddoesnt 1 .., ..:r 7"1
seem tov& ,"; improving ,., v I _'''I'
I =
xtr ,8undty ;: -oI Oa'1nCh:; : h 'much in health and is .stiU in'the ,' P U.
I .. ..
SchooL .
:30 a.OL... Morniii Madcl 'nriyt hospital." '' -"- '
t' AxTer eudermon't. --. I ',&I ..n, .. .... -- .. U.. -- .
-- Sunday, : #
.. (?* Nellie: Wilkerson' of-ClayIn Hfil J'f FOiO<:> .FAilUNf. ItGriYlj'1I"lIn.
.I Holy' '1.'!
:
Episj
>- -s i.COmmunion1..ap .m- nla8trWeet St.'fiYancent's ,',tot."tar. of itself! goo .:k- Jot., ': '
r'Y copal Yojmj, Churchmen. : '' .... ( '
Hospital "in 'Jacksonville, -arid tttnliA/tobt _. '
/ .with a TiameieSS "quick'' recovery:t lHqly\Days;, -, 'l:38m.., Holy ': >< V f IItfwHfl oil Truck
t/.......:..................... : CQmDlunion."Th1rd'v""Wedn- .- ... ,i'MJls.Eunke! of ;LaVtey .enter- IY :' o wt tII.llUelvtl-ecltOJlotiadl thong M Size.. r brtkts- td--r ,
i
edzte ptistjlospital thereUstSaturday. ..... .
Y' 1 d $ : k
.water. \heater :and modern: /electric! 'Tang ;>.: '. '-,iay. v- ParishCoveredDish .. : I." "J '

/' ; Supper; 8 or 5:38: Margie Griffis returned homefps I"'fd .
YouTl enjoy an Electric Water Heater. SO SAFE! -for prawns P.I1.Jteev.. s.
Bradford L9pity ,JI Itgspitallast. _.p .'
of 4 } : 1 11l ;
mind. No
peace cbnstantbtuningpiiot1igbteoCONyEMENTt: 1 } lilUrd.H-jBreyfojle t Sai day, All of us ipathieitFsttlieut'lathe '
.
; rv eal! i'JS
installs anywhere:.Tneeda 'no flue or'vehCso 8dl< kl-ni"iu-! "_ ... 'f. 4 ,

T.i: V .fast '" "ck.Recayery"model V ,is the.answer. ,to,a 4ot jf.tot'required .\ ..1Jtter.- ; ."son. loss.,.ot.J.e1r! .. ,I., ...., .._ ". ', ., __ __ .

4,\ <%??.'>.. m a nuny. 4 ..ISTq glPTLST: qrOc IilYe bad ,56 enrolled tnbers ; '' V 761 FALCON TUDOL A Fokon wrth> 'ptorkl .

Team it up with an Electric Range. SO COOL!-kitchen atays up r STO"El HEIGHTS and ., -J,} ej lyisitors_ ) \ upd ySchool -.r4' trollSlll lion over ;ecI 32.' rlH
to-16,degrees cooler. so CLEAN! ','laoe.hJtn 1r hiJ'dHn, ,. last Sunday,' and the In- ., i" 1 aI mi MooTposEconaiyha-liehp I
I b am ":..."walls and curtains: stay cleaner,longer. ,J. R. =Smith, Pastor, Ralph tetaiadiate- gal tiBtrtanner :: r Gas .w.agtl by 6. Of.1-crI-!{ ... ie '
Copeland;Minister 'ttw'Gie'year. hist ., t .
ol.fluslC'and orb
;ra4n!, ., 13 +r .
Nearly a million modern Florida families have already iwitdbed \p church-organist.: Training Tynionrftud L -
; .J tke.flamelfiss : ; present oniApriL 16. ,. .1 9ti' ;
.
: electric'way. so ECONOMICAL, too!-becsuaTSunBbine jSerylces": : Sunday School 9:45 y
) .
Service Electricity is now even'a bigger bariaa. *" -\ ; 'Att'inembers the BUhlandChinch "+ hllM i
a. XLMoTtifift: Worship, 10:50: 'a.m. : t -\ .... .
,- For the Electric Range you'll want, visit your appliance'sealer :::T! !ij1ivii1 ''400 p* m. next}'Sunday are asked at # p.to/ml]be""present:to partake Y .S &III .. -a....,. ... :' '

t and for the right size and style of Water Beater, see_your; .deafer, 1 1 Eyenfij,servfces\ U, r.90ItP m. Youale *. ",:t'-lffiA.as&rS ':" ......1--. .J tf .
DilJLI..
plumber 0:electrical contractor. :-*.':S:\..' intiiledto share,family Prayer'UD ptoq 1I.1 a ey..4 .

.. -, 1c/with us.THE .. s ._. ._. CASR".It'.. s -1W, ).,C.S.JAR'I$ M IfiE ijjT!

m cYP1PssC -

i 1 -titRJ ( ;11 ) L A ... C : Mw ) '

; i vJUqB T POINT for the' : R aMO'fMS

i way yen write Came ; a utj.sefe : .
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a ,.t-t. --I-W-E-I". "'1 I'. t ..4C. .II,' i&tatit.t: 'l'l tyu 4r1 Jauffte ES"1tOOE'.1mihB"ffLtD.EG V v 1206'r.W.-M D rSa v .sT. '
t 1.. 1 Sr EJJ: A.
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II. FLORIDA 1 Sf 1,1'trjs'rle set k t' .' .
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'TTTt YTYYYYYYYYYYYV't 5, at 7 p. m. at the city halL At The event was >;eld at the homeof YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVTttERSSA YYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 I -- tOur a long time and I thoughtit
and Mrs- Dave Green from Tuesday
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present, meetings of the club will Mrs..Iris McRae in Starke. ', would never come out, but my
HAMPTONBy be held at members' homes, with Sunday dinner guests at the BROOKERBy 'I to Thursday last week. Bahia pasture is 'looking good."
:Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baxter of
the nest meeting at Steve Var- home of Mrs. Una ''Knight and Jack Hall used the district seed
I Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. D. E. Ifill'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA num's on Thursday, May 4. son were Mr. and Mrs. W. P.For- Shirley GreenAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAA er cultipacker to plant bahia on
By Ruth Griffis i Eldon Baxter of Gainesville visited -
After the business meeting, syth and daughter of Ft. Knox, i Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Baxter last'iSunday. his farm in the ,New River Section -

AAA games were played and a social Ky. who are here on leave: Guests TfVVVTTYVTTTMTVTTTyyTTTMr. Soil o Our Strength '

Family Reunion during the afternoon al Mrs. Louie Brown of Jacksonville used
Marks hour enjoyed. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall and Soil L. L. Norman the district
Mrs Hines Birthday Church Sees Film I Knight's were Mr. ,and Mrs. W. I and daughter. Glenda, of Jacksonville visited Mrs. H. 0. Brown last daughters of Fairbanks and Allen Conservation fertilizer spreader to fertilize his

Mrs Frances" Hines, whose On Baptist Hospital i C. Clemons and family of Heil- I were recent overnight( guestsof Sunday. ,Lewis were Friday night ,guests of 'NEW pastures. Also,. Mrs. Eunice, Son
birthday was Tuesday, April 18, bronn. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodjes and ny Tenly Lonnie Harley. and
A film strip on the Baptist Me- Mrs. Lacy Wynn. Mrs.. Wynn Is Mrs. Amanda Lewis.
was guest of honor at a family reunion morial Hospital in Jacksonvillewas Attending 'the New River Association Mrs. Tomlinson's family of Gainesville visited Mr. By BO Haas Ethan Sapp used the fertilizer
mother. Mrs. T. W. Markey. Mrs. W. T.
birthday ,dinner WMU meeting at Hope and Mrs. Evan Hodges Sunday to fertilize their
at her Soil Ponservation" spreader pas
Service
presented at prayer meetingat Mrs. Clyde Hersey and children Blair, Mrs. J. K. Douglas and
home here Sunday, when approximately Church in Theressa last Thursday afternoon. tures.
Hampton Baptist Church last were called to Orlando
recently Mrs. Rosa
Pinholster attended
70 relatives and week by Harold Epps and E. B. from 'Hampton were Mrs. Mamie by the death of ,the c1 1dren'sgrand1'ather Miss Juanita Stalnaker of Tallahassee Achievement Conservation farm plan maps Lonzo Starling used the district
friends Mead, Mrs. Don Hill Rev. W. P. was home for the ,week- Day and the Fashion were received for
gathered for the annual Dolph Reddish,
Norton. The film was sacwn in Robert Newham.Mrs Show at the chopper to chop his pastures before
occasion. conjunction with a special Moth- McElroy, and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. W. w7 Packham has end with her parents Mr. and State Farm last Gary S. Martin, James L. Waters he fertilized. Chopping is one
Those present were from Arca- ers' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown ol returned Mrs. W. C; Stalnaker. Tuesday. Clyde Cone, Delbert Green. L. W.
Day offering to be taken for to her home after way to keep your pasture from
dia Jacksonville Jacksonville visited here last spending: Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis Allen Lewis'is attending the Batton W.
Chiefland, Orlando the chaclty clinic at the hospital several weeks with relatives in H. Dukes, Florida becoming sod-bound.

Trenton, Gainesville, High with Rev. Tommy Howe of Lawtey weekend with Mrs. T. F.,Brown. Jacksonville. *. and family were weekend guestsof Southern Bell Telephone Schoolin State Hatcheries, Clyde Cone, andE. Arthur McRae usedthe district
Springs, Ft. White, Tampa, Plant !I Mr. and Mrs. ,Wilbur Hall and ", Mrs. Eva Growl. Jacksonville for several months. L. Lester.
as chairman for the work, in this Mrs. E. s. Sibley went to Miami roto mower to mow down the
City Bell and well daughter of McAlpin and Clyde Mrs. Mattie Sowell visited Mr. Mr. and These
Newberry, as Friday to visit her Mrs. Johnny Lewis and maps will be used to lay
sister, Mrs. H. heavy growth in hist1ej s. The
as those from Bradford County. area.Nine Hall of Jacksonville were Sunday E. and Mrs. M._E. Lauramore at Orange family ol Jacksonville and Mr. out the over all conservation farm
members of the YWA of Moorer, who was 72 years ,old district mower is in good shape;
Mrs. Hines expressed her appreciation guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Lake last week. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter were dinner plan on. The maps are reproductions -
Hampton Baptist Church: plan to on Sunday. Her sisters and family a new blade has been put on.
for the many gifts received Watterson. were Mrs. Mary Sue Willingnam has guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dy- from aerial photographs
attend a YWA houseparty at stet- present help celebrate this
and for :visiting with those Mrs. Louise Manire will enter i happy occasion.Mr. Joined her husband. Guy, in Balls- al and!' Mrs. John Lewis in Graham which show the natural featuresof

present, many of whom she only son University Deland this Jacksonville Na &l Hospital nest, ton Spa. N. Y., where he is sta- last Sunday. the. farm. The yields will be
weekend, with Mrs. C. L. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan
sees each year as they come for Cooper I I Sunday to undergo an operation n visiting relatives are tioned with the ui S. Navy. Those visiting Mrs. R. K. Dukesin numbered and the land use thatis
and Mrs. W. P. McElroy accom in Miami and Radio-TV
: Mr. and Mrs. Repair
J. D. Douglas of
her annual birthday reunion.Dr. May 1. planned for those fields
looking after' Kings Memorial Hospital in will be
panying them. Among those planning business interests
Well Is Speaker i. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bauer of there. i.Lake Butler visiited Mrs. W. T. Lake Butler during the week were listed on the map. In this way
to
I attend are Brenda Lott
At WAlU Meeting Danberry Conn have moved into Blair and ,Billy and :Mrs. W. L. the cooperator .
Carlene Melton Hilda Warren, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Childs and Mrs. T. W. Markey., Mrs. Mary can see his com- NEEL '
Sarah L. M. D. their home on Highway 301 recently Douglas Saturday.Mr. plete soil and ,
Wells of Starke, Lola Mae ; granddaughter Green, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Mr. water conservationplan
Hobbs, Joyce Melton Susan, viSited
was the featured speaker on the Vicky Mosher, Martha Brown, Amelia purchased from the I> A Mrs. ChlMs' sister Mrs. Jessie Jacksonville. and Mrs.visited Harry Mrs.Edwards Lottie of and'Mrs. Earl Green, Dave Green, on. one map. The decision of MOBILE. ':RADIO,

program for the meeting of Williams, Alethia Williams Halls. Hatchett in Monticello Sunday. Mrs. J. K. Douglas, and Mrs. W. what will be done in each field is

Hampton Baptist-; WMU at the Gloria Waters, Imogene Ward, Mrs. Bob Faile and daughter of Rev M. L. Packham conducted Edwards Sunday. T. Blair. written up so that ,the cooperatorcan 234 N. TEMPLE AVE.
home of Mrs. W. P. Gainesville former Hampton residents Mr. and Mrs. James Page and know the
McElroy on revival services Surprise Stork Shower amount of seed and
Shebbie
Prevatt, and Annie War which closed in
Thursday evening April 20. are visiting with Mr. Faile'' ; Jacksonville' daughters Ebie and Bess, ol fertilizer he will need to gel to do (located, 'North Florida
Wednesday Mrs. Wilbur
ren. AndrewS' -
night of
was stir
family in Lancaster. S. C. Thomasville Ga. were weekend the Job. Supply Co. store)
Dr. Wells spoke on prayer, con PersonalsMr. last week. He is now the evangelist prised with Storke. Shower at
,Donna. Faye Crawford, .daugh guests of. Rev. and Mrs. James I Dennis Smith,
elUding a program on the subject at the, Northside Old Providence' Church a Bradford Soil
and Mrs. A. P. Johns of ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Craw BaptistChuroli Temple and family. Baptist Conservation District Phone, ;WO 4-5521
presented by Mrs. McElroy Mrs revival cooperatorsays
which night
Hampton attended a family reunion started Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas Tuesday ;
ford, celebrated her eighth birthday his '
Frank Clark I pasture is showing If pall
Monday. no answer
and Mrs. C. L Coop Birthday Dinner up .
of Mrs. Johns' family at Sunday April 23. Several of and family and Mrs. Iva Douglas good. He is '
er. Refreshments of coffes. Cokes her sister's' home in Starke on her friends were at her home fora We are making plans and lookIng were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. and for his using Pensacoh Bahia WO 42113i ;
and permanent
cookies were served at' thchase e Sunday. Present were Mr. andMrs. birthday cake and trimmings. forward our revival al Mrs. Ernest Douglas in Charleston Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wood entertained Bud pasture grass.

of the meeting to the 12 Taft Eliot and family of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schulz of Hope Church starting May 15 S. C. ,at the home of Mr. and Alvarez also remarked, "It

present.Youth Club Plans Haines City, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lincoln. Nebr. spent two weeks Price The evangelist of will be Rev. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Dukes of Mrs; W. E. Bigham, Jr. with a

Crawford of High Spring EvaCole with the L. A. Halls. Mrs. Schulz Raiford. Worthington visited Mrs. Mary Buffet Dinner on Sunday, April

Party Friday, May 5 of Gainesville, Cassie Wynnand is Mrs. HaU sister. Mr. and ,Mrs. Price Fisher and Green and Mrs. H. O. Brown Sunday 23, honoring the birthdays of Mr.

Hampton Youth Club met at Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Connerof Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Qnann afternoon.J. and Mrs. J. L. Whittle and son, i

the home of Buford Parker for Jacksonville. It was the first Bradenton were overnight visitors and son, Plen, spent Friday nigttat J. E. Townsend went to Avon David, and Mr.. and Mrs. I* L, [OnUERTTI

their: regular meeting on Thursday time in several, years that all six Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. E- Salt Springs and Saturday Park over the weekend. His mother Hardee. 7

evening last week, discussing sisters and their brother had been Hill, enroute to Michigan for a fishing> in the river. Mrs. Lola Townsend, returned The table was beautifully decor-
plans for their next party on May together at once, Mrs. John said. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grjff had ,
vacation trip.Mr.rand'Mrs.. with him to Palatka for a visit ated with a green and yellow color '\
J
H. Mayhew and as guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. I> Green and scheme. NATURAL ';,

Sidney Griffis and daughters, and Joe visited Miss in ;
ATTENTIONFLORIDA daughter of La Pierre Mich. were Annette Green ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Swindell Those attending were Mr. and '
recent visitors of the L. A. Halls and I Ocala Sunday. .
MOTORISTS granddaughter, Terry Cochrane Mrs. Raymond A. Guest and
enroute to St. Petersburg. all of Starke, and Karen and Ter Mrs. Mattie Sowell attended the daughter Susan, of Nashville, Ga.;

Sunday visitors at the home of i ry Breeden of 'Silver Lake. funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee, and Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE
Mr. and Mrs..D. W. Swindell were J. J. Nipper in Ocala Thursdayafternoon.
We regret to report that Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whittle Jr.
several 4.2411CITY
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Mr. Mrs. White
and Walter. .
residents of the and sons of Jacksonville, Miss Pa-

High Springs, and Mrs. Alice Mrs. W. H. Hall Sr.,community-Mrs Clyde> Mrs. Alex Williams and son tricia Thomas, and B. C. Wood. OF STARKE GAS UTILITIE3DEPT.; ,
of Graham.Mr. .
Starling Hall and Ernest Triest-are in the Kirk, of Jacksonville visited Mr j
and Mrs. J. G. Bennett and
hospital at this writing.
s SON ons of Tulsa, Okla. have been --- -
I. i Mrs. Bessie i Cochrane of Atlanta y- --- ,
visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. ,
Ga. recently visited (
E. D. Allen and family near friends .

Hampton. Mrs. Bennett is Mrs. here.The V


Allen's Mr. and sister.Mrs. W. D. Simmons, Baptist tion Meeting Spring Church Quarterly was held: at Associa-, Hope :: ONLY BVEVIS GIVES :

and family spent the weekend last on Thursday, 'V
April 20, using the themc'D1s- .
week in Miami and;in Homestead, t ,
cipleship.." An.i
where they formerly lived. interesting program

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin of was presented by the associational

Jacksonville spent Saturday herewith officers. A report was given' on (LL-YHE-SE EXTRA FtATURES
the Girls
the Wattersons.Mr. Auxiliary, and tire Past-
ors Panel on Missions 'cOnducted V
was -
and Mrs. M. L. Watterson,,
Mr. and ,Mrs. K. B. Watterson, by Rev. H. H. Mott *.Rey-
:
AUTONlO'ElILIIINSURANCE Arthur Watterson, visiting here A'l1&h Price:Rev. W. P. McElroy.i ,

and from Mrs.Greenville Lawrence, S.Meng C.. and visiting Mr. H.Rev.Mabry Tommy, moderator.Howe, and Themes Rev.--J.- AT NO EX1" COST!

sage was brought by Rev. Charles Vt
here from Toledo, Ohio, spent
1. in Cedar PhJpps. Luncheonwas "semdf.to'
JwW low INN Tuesday Key. .
around 60 persons who were,pre

2. lafe driver wvfngi sent to enjoy this program, ; "

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EIYE OilP3 cosh! O
icki writttti by The Travefcrt-the Company 'Living W9rds'May sitROOE ,V." OPENINGS

that invented automobile insur aa. By Mrs.: Gordon JODesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA SNINSIES IOll IFOOTV

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,1 thru May 5
: M: tDSJOIUf.t., .
Mrs. Thurman Jones and sons
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SERVICE PLEDGE at 6:30 a.. m. of Lady Lake were visiting Mr .

and Mrs. Edward Norman and Mr

and Mrs. Gordon Jones .and 11.1

FEATURINGRev. daughters last week. --' I IV

Ted Springer Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones en-
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tertained Saturday with an out- V VV

Charley L Johns Agency Pastor First Methodist door barbecue. Those who enjoyedthe V r 1lI-! :{j

Church MelroseOn event were Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
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Phone WO 4-0121 131 S. Walnut St. ward Norman, and 'Mr. ,and Mrs. .y

Starke Fla. Herbert Norman and children of TO COATS
,Powerful Channel 12 Oklawaha.We ZDt itlD[PI1MT .
ptUYINOlt ; J 1 WE PIIIE FONCIIIE EtI
REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS ,HARTFORD WFGA-TV Jacksonville are glad to report that Mrs ". SCREENS < '$' y V llN6 FQONOATION .

E. C. Lewis, who recently returned

home from the hospital is doing 1YillilK ,R' S11S
t0lli iYS ,,
well, but we are sorry to report *

1 I STAftKE BUSINESS that her daughter-in-law,
) DIRECTORYAUTO Mrs- Reed Lewis, is in Doctor's

HospitaL recovery. We wish her a speedy .<. '


I Mrs Edward Norman Mrs.

J BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOREd 'AUTO TIRES Buck Alvarez and daughter, Bar

bara Jean, and Mrs. Robert Bowen Only levis Gives You This Homeowners

Mack's Body Shop Pre vatta Garage ,Starke Recap Co. 'of Starke ,were in Leesburglast

RADIATOR SERVICE Pappy Roulston,. Owls Mgr. Thursday on business.Mr. Goar tea WitS Your Purcha
BOOT .t FENDER'REPAIRS New Core*-Roddlng-Flushing Recapping tor (Bus A Truck and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas i of Aay Ben Shell Besa! '

COLLISION SERVICE, Crank Shaft Grinding ONE DAY SERVICE of Brooker 'were visiting Mr. and

Painting-Matching Lawn Mower Motors Repaired NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS ,M1 s. E. C. Lewis Sunday: after

FREE? ESTIDSATIg So. Walnut WO 4-3861, WO 4- 584 AUTO-LdTE BATTERIES 4i

SOSS N. Temple Starke WO 9-2405 135 N. Temple Starke WO 4-0221 noon.Mr.. and.Mrs.,Lem Rhoden and J

AUTO SERVICE Mrs.-JU.L-.. Rhoxtea of Raifon &OWNVlnr !
AUTOMATIC CHAIN SAWS' W IdHiY K 27J6 A MONTH PAYMENTS, t
were visiting Mrs. Gordon Jones .
TRANSMISSIONanner' Dodd' Service &
and daughter last week.
Auto Sales ,North Temple Amoco Mr. and Mrs. Mack All.YOU HEED IS YOUR. PROPERTY DEED!, .
: Jones o 1'V 4.
T s Gulf ServiceGULF GENERAL REPAIRING POULAN AMOCO GAS ft OIL Miami were,visiting Mr. and Mr a ., "" \ --.- _'h"J. i "/ '. HI'.I j
CHAIN SAWS <
PRODUCTS FIRESTONETiresBatteriesAccesaoriee. Completely ''New Gordon. Jones and daughters las t r : Vw* a Bens Shell Home on your property for no money down and paytnent? .
Complete Automatic Equipped--Completely Friday night. )as low a$27.76 a month The low price of the home is ill youjjayl!!( '-* 1

Transmissions 538 & Walnut WO 4-SS41 Priced Mr and'Mrs. Thomas A. Crawford
k Designed for the Farm ,
Service and Repairs Just $149.95-Serrfee OB all Hake* and daughter of Jacksonvffl e NOW AVAJiAm *% lANK RATE FIHANCUfG. ';,
For All
663 N. Temple Starke Makes WO 4.2321 : Starke "66" 'Service 661 N. Temple Starke WO 4-9501 were visiting Mrs. Sally CrawfordSunday. I, ,-. ._ ,' ,. .-..... .. :,I

i Also visiting Mrs. Craw ,. ''Save from $200 to $300 with Bevis financing. Bevt Jundfes its own "

AUTO PARTS WE Bill Edwards, Prop. FARM SUPPLIES ford was her little granddaughter t 6%bank rate_ firwwV n9 at simple interesti comp J *" !J

SPECIALIZE IN Beverly Crawford of Jacksonville. *** -
BRAKE SERVICE Brownies & ChasteenSEEDS ;
.. ma& AHD SKHT wa HSTAIUD AT siuii
Starke Motor Wheel
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Balancing & Alignment V FEEDS FCRTILDSCBS .. .
617 N. Temple Starke WO 448S1 Insecticides
Crate
aid Plaat -
Parts Co. Inc'Sea NOTICE OF Ix vwaoY.'ro
Local "YourFdrpi> upply Sto 11EGI8TEII FICTiTIOCa JIAMK: Ocala B a -B a ..
Gilbert S. Brown 'Tour Notice to brMY> Liven lbir NAPA Friendly nnder l Jobber For Standard Oil Service Statioa Farm Supply Store" JO.JSJ. Iowa oil.Florida e Phone> 62-96147 send coepea to lewis Shell! !l Hones '
Cor. Brownie. & Clark ATLAS Cor. 10th Ir Cherry Starke, 141 Acts of 1341, will register with theClnk' .
of the Circuit Court) la as d Office neoet yw. Mail! to
Phone WO (.())8)1, 4-0811 TIRES & BATTERIES for Bradford County, 0900! proof of I E I Palatka l I '
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WELDING P. O. Box = !
Budget Terms-Road Service -GARAGE, T publication of thl notice, the fictitious Da -, please.
O. BOX 44 '
name 'ofGLAIO 4. H f.
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AUTO REPAIRS 407 N..Temple Starke WO 4-7071 Thomas WeldingShop STYLIST ender :which-,we area en- + .. l'i.' >,:- .. (Hlway 100 West)" LJ OWl my CWI propertyPhone \ I

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SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION .., '* "It .Jacksonville % "
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