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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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TI STARKE. FLORI A. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1961 NUMBER FQ1iTI-FIVE
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I jI Proposed t I I II Bill Introduced TIGHTENS SPENDING i House Passes



1" BuildersI I I By Thomas For !. County Board Bill AbolishingJP




II Ii. Bad Roads County Authority Installs New DistrictsA


... .Contractors" '
who build subIjtendard -
A bill creating a seven member bill
; calling for a referendumon
roads could be rent to
prison under a '''bill introduced In development authority to promote PlanNew abolishing Bradford County
% Bradford County on a number of Buying
i'.the State Senate last week by : justice of peace districts: was pass-
T- fronts
-J Ben. Charley E. Johns of Starke. I Legislature was introduced in the State ed in the House of Representatives
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:: The bill Monday by Rep.-A. J. Thursday morning, Rep. A. J.
sets a penalty of six
months in Jail and a $1,000 fine T Thomas The Jr. System Aimed At Stopping I I I ThomasJr.. told The Telegraph
"I- bill provides that one '
for the offense of failing to follow T today.If .
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member shall
be
appointed from
i road specifications, and 10 b- ? each of the county's five com- Disintegration Of BudgetA a majority of Bradford voters
; years in prison and 'a $5,000 fine favor the proposal at the next
? ;' missioner districts, and two mem-
for a second offense. It covers I -" bers from the county-ai-large. new system of central pur- of $100 or more would be delayed General Election, the districts

both prime contractors and The original members will be appointed chasing will go into effect at until they can be reviewed by the would be abolished in January
sub-contractors. L .
by the Governor upon the the courthouse Monday as part of Commission in regular or special 1965.At
Another provision makes it unlawful the session, present the county has two
recommendation of the Starke- an austerity program that except in cases of emer-
for road members or their Bradford County Chamber of Commission hopes will give better gency or in the purchase of an JP districts but no JP's. It does.

em.ployes'to knowingly permit a roa Commerce. control of purchases and help item, such as record books, which however, have two constables

I' contractor to build roads contrary Initial terms will be staggered, keep an already crippled budget the board is required by law to whose offices would automatically
to specifications, with a penaltyof and before provide for the be abolish if the districts cease.J. .
<'' F? thereafter members will serve from complete disintegration various offices.
six months in .jail, a ,$1,000 ._u_ ___ four years. Appointments to fill the fiscal year is up. It was stressed that the Commission L. Silcox"fa constable in Dis-

fine and immediate dlsnmi'-sal. Bradford County's Civil Defense staff Ls hard Bill Shiner deputy and 2nd in command; Comity vacancies will be made by the Clerk Charles Darby again told was setting up the.systemnot trict 1, comprising voting precincts -

The Johns bill makes it a crime, at work during Operation Alert 1961 last Friday. Health Officer Jack Trawick chief l of1 health t Governor. the board that the budget "isn'ta to cause unnecessary incon- 1. 2, and 3; and R. M. Her-

punishable by 12 months in pri- Prom left to right: Sheriff P. D. Reddish, safety vlw; Gerald. muas, communications, and Mrs. Another, bill to be introduced pretty picture" and that the venience to any office but as a sey Jr. is constable in District 8,
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son, a $500 fine, and removal from C. L. ,Scholl civil defense director will provide that the authority. Road and Bridge Fund [with a- measure to bring about better comprising precincts. 4, 5, 6 7, and

office for any road board mem- OPERATION ALERT 1961 financed by $15,000 from Brad- round $15,000 on hand for the control of expenditures 8.

ber or company in which he hast ford County's share of the state, next five months' purchases of Boat Ramp Prorresj Thomas said the two constables

an interest to do business with race track revenue. gas, oil, tires, materials, repairs Bob Peavey representing the would serve out their present

the' State Road Department. A bill to distribute Bradford's etc.] is "the worst since I've been Game & Fresh Water Fish Com- terms since: the districts! would not

CD Staff Sees Action share of the racing revenue will clerk." mission reported to the board -abolished until 1965.

Absentee Voters provide that the first $15,000 He advised the Commission to that the road has been completed The (Bradford: representative

coming to the county for the tighten up on all expenditures. into the'Santa Fe Lake boat ramp said "This is the only bill that
fiscal year 1961-62 be given to Confronted with the question of site, underbrush has been cleared,
no asked
Must Get Ballots one me to introduce. It
f In Mock Atomic Attack : the .authority and that an over what to do when the money runs and a drag line will start work is my own idea, based on observation -

Before 77 J that amount be divided 45 percent out Commission Chairman Carl this week on necessary grading In of what many other smaller
May to the County Commission Prevatt said "Let's not cross the preparation for building
Local civil defense workers got mobility impossible. Upon receiptof and,55 'per: cent to the School bridge till we get to it." The Commission purchasedthe Thomas said hat# he had been

Applications for absentee bal- an Idea Friday, during Bradford this information, the county Board. This will be. in effect for Darby replied. "We'll ,get to it site and the Game Commis-
told although he had not
lots for the May 16 local option County's participation in Operation Civil Defense staff went' into simulated Spring Term the next two years. about next month if.w. pay our sion is.doing most of the develop- checked it. out that the Attorney actually

election must be received before Alert 1961, of problems resi- action and actually spent At, present the first $15,000 bills." ment work.
5 dents might face in case of anatomic ,. 1 hours to the Seek Better Control It was also reported that General had given an opinion to
p. m. Thursday May 11. according planning defense measuresto coming. county goes to the : negOf: the effect
to Mrs. Marian L. Crosby attack. be taken in case of such a catastrophe Of Circuit Court Bradford County Hospital Board Starting Monday all courthouse tiations are still under way with basis In law that for it was without
constable to
supervisor of registration. The mock attack, which tested in the future. and/all over that amount is divided offices, with the exception of the Container Corporation for a boat a operate -
in a district where the office
i After applications have been local staff operations and com One important .weakness, Mrs. 40 per cent to the Commis- School Board and the Sheriff's ramp site at Cypress Run on -

filed absentee voters have until munications facilities, was termed Scholl said, was that. most residents Set For sion and 60 per cent to the office which operate under their Sampson Lake and it is hoped to of justice of the peace was
MondayCircuit vacant. He said he had not dis-
5 p. m. Monday. May 15 (the day "a great success" by Mrs. C. L. did not recognize the signal School Board. own budgets, must obtain' a pur- have this completed at an early
before election to get their bal- Scholl, Bradford County Civil Defense for the mock attack. An unmistakable During the week Rep. Thomas chase order signed by the board's date. Attempts are also being cussed the bill with Sen. CharleyE.

lots into the hands of the super- director. The trial run also public warning sys- Court,will convene at 10 also: introduced local bills that clerk or chairman before making :made to secure a site on Hampton the. Johns, and did,not know 'what
senator's 'reaction would be.
exposed some flaws in the newly tem is needed she said, to distinguish would] provide for liens In favor purchases. This rule applies to the I I Lake.
visor.Mrs.. Crosby said yesterday that organized staff operation, she from our present'siren.' a. m. Monday r .. May 8, for its of hospitals in Bradford County, County Road Department and to Will Get Borrow Pits 'Other bills'Introduced by Thomas -

around 20 applications 'or absentee said. I, Many residents said they thought Spring Term in what is .expectedto and 'authorizing Bradford County the County Jail, which is not un- Commissioner Jerome Johns reported this week,Included a measure

ballots have been received Activity was crrried on at a the warning, a three minute blast be a light session. Hospital 'to enter into contractsfor der the sheriff's budget.The that the State Road De- fixing the nftXlTn\nu annual in-

so far Two of these were from feverish pace all Friday afternoon from the fire siren, was just Most important case on the group insurance for its em- clerk. said that al pur- partment had agreed to obtain come of the. }Bradford .tax collector
i overseas. until midnight by Mrs. another fire.Patten. ployees. chases involving the expenditure deeds or contracts to all borrow and also the. tax assessor atrf7J500'his'.i1
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,The local ,option. ejection{ ,is to "ScholTa staff as they-plotted on - .,... --....,.."....-.- .docket is that of Clayton: '.RobbieaniaT4o7 .. -'-.. ','- ;< ._ .- -- -- --..-- ....' .. i tsFpurc3rase decide whether the sale of intoxicating p per sfepVtEey would carry"out1 Orders Infonnation! for rob- Dees Gets Top ,Job ", county in the future so that the change in pff*bnum' income for

liquors,* wines, or beer if the problems proposed by the bery in connection with holdup at county can have continued use of the offices but makes the law

shall be permitted in Bradford Civil Defense Control Center in Wayne'se Superette last Septem-, the property for the specified comply with Bradford's new popu-

County; and If approved whether Jacksonville were for real. The Sanity Exam ber. Smith, who was armed, took City Council Backs Bond TrusteesBy term' after the SRD needs have lation bracket.Another .
mock attack was scheduled for 4
sale shall be by package only, or been fined bill would create a
For $809.53 from Wayne Douglas at
by package and drink. p. m. last Friday with Jackson. PadgettCircuit Johns also reported that $1,000- small claims: court for Bradford
vine and other key U. S. cities that time. Approving Promotions For Twoa 000 of the last road bond issue with.jurisdiction in cases not to

Local Ag Teacher. taking part in the drill. Judge George .J.,. Pat Informations filed i in ',,"office of had been invested in a short term exceed $400, and would permit a
Some of the Civil Defense -
i plot- I ten has ordered a psychiatric examination the, Clerk. ,of the Circuit Court loan'so it would draw interest un- new schedule of fees. .
ted exercise problems that unfolded Starke's City Council at it's Ordered removal of the tree
To Head Steer ShowPaul for Abril Z. Padgett of through Tuesday afternoon til needed for the purchase of U.
here included the suspendingof Brooker, who is under a grand were: regular meeting Tuesday night near City Hall which Injured former s. 301 south right-of-way.

Hutchins. vocational agri- service at the Starke electrical j jury indictment for first degree Sammie Eubanks vs. Ruth Gils- backed up action of the town's Utilities Superintendent Riley Doan's Bridge Stays Put Second Crop

culture instructor at BHS has plant pending repairs to main murder. son Starling,' a $15,000 suit for bond trustees by approving Mer- Wasdin two weeks prior to his The board voted unanimouslynot .

been elected: chairman of the generators, sabatoge suspected; The 57-year-old Padgett is accused damages resulting from injuries rill Dees as general superintendentof death. to change the location ofLoan's Of Berries

Greater Gainesville Area Steer water systems reported to be con- of slaying Douglas H. .received by Eubanks in a automobile power plant utilities and Zane Okayed payment to Albert Bridge and road approaches -

, Show and Sale for the coming ical taminated with an unknown chem- Bracewell in a wooded area off accident last October 26 on Brooks as power plant superintendent Hartmann for damages ..resultingto as requested by Eddie Allen. Due Next Week

year. This event will be held agent and 100.000 evacuees the Hawthorne road last March his apartments on North Tem- After several months of uegotla- ,
March 9, 1962 at Jackson's Livestock from the Jacksonville and Or- 9, where Bracewell had met Pad- ,the corner of east Call and north According to City Clerk Merrill [Continued On Page Six] Continued[ On Page Two]

Market in Gainesville. lando areas had choked all access gett's wife, Myrtice.At Water Streets ,in Starke. Edwards, the city charter states Strawberry shipments should

roads leading to Starke, making his arraignment Padgett State of, Florida vs. Marklee that the bond trustees are to start on the upgrade' again next
hire city employees with approvalof week .as the season's second crop
Jerome Johns pleaded innocent, and indicated Padgett and Everett Eugene Nas- .
the council. starts maturing. Most growers report -
Baptist Deacons that temporary insanity would be worthy information for posses S
,Dees Was promoted, at no raise j3 plants loaded with bloom and
Gets Statewide one defense He pleaded not guilty sion of a still and apparatus for _
in salary, to replace former gen- I fruit, "almost as heavy" as th'efirst
by of the "
reason temporary insanityand manufacture of moonshine
eral superintendent RUey S.WaOOln crop In-late February,
not guilty by reason of self whiskey.
Jaycee Post Oppose LiquorDeacons defense who died last week. Production dwindled in the "be
State of Florida vs. Joseph Mitchell -
Brooks, who has been employedby tween crops"period last week,and
Jerome Johns, a past presidentof The psychiatric examinationwill information for grand lar
the city for eight was only 1,945 flats
years, were marketed
of the First be conducted Dr. WilliamH.
the Starke Jaycees, was elected Baptist by ceny.
given $20 week raise to from April 26
State Vice President in charge of Church, at their April 10 meeting, McCullough of Jacksonville. State of Florida vs. Paul Dickinson a per through May 2.
the Second District at the Junior authorized their chairman, Ed Bracewell and Padgett were fellow information for breaking and work.as: power plant superintendent Average price was '3.52 per crate
under flees.Councilman bringing
Chamber of .Commerce* Caucus in Tenly, to issue a statement opposing employees at Sunland Train- entering. r1d srowera 8853.25 for
Carl Lamar Johns berries sold at the market
duringthe
Madison last Saturday. the move to legalize the i ng Center in Gainesville.
sale of intoxicating liquor in .. has been given the job-of findinga week.
This is the first time that a
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state officer of the organizationhas Bradford County. They invited Opinion Strong .. building inspector, a position So far this season 50,378 flat

elected from Starke and "all Christian men and women to ,which Wasdin also filled.. y' -5/ have been cold at the market for
been 5
rypk
join together in an effort to defeat City .Surveyor Merrill McMillan a return of $160,823.33.
feels that it
was
local chapter
the this told the council that an estimateof
move.
honored having of Growers Favor
signally by one Berry
costs of the for
The statement said: "We be- sewer project
in charge of Pre-School ChildrenTo
its members 'placed
lieve that where there is 301 south :would have to wait until _
open
in the'Gainesville district which Ocala include, Lake clubs City, sale of liquors a far greater number Use Of Plastic MulchOpinion the city receives plans for the Register MondayAt
of youth will be enticed into road from the State Road De-
i MonticeUo. Perry, and Soutkside
Live Oak becoming alcoholics, and that partment. It is impossible to make i
Starke. many more of our among strawberry, position. close estimate, he said without *
young people First Cash Donation
Eleven Jaycees from Starke attended will be debauched by the effectsof growers of Bradford County Soil fumigation is highly recommended the plans which are supposed to ReceivedBy Southsidd Elementary School
the Madison caucus. Community registration ,of pre school children
the drug." seems overwhelmingly In favor of on all strawberry land arrive this week.
service was the major New will be held Monday, May .8, ac-.
topic of discussion. The statement also said: "We continued use of plastic mulch. and is considered "must" If Move Those Signs County Rescue UnitThe cording to ,announcement by the ,

believe that beverage alcohol is Several growers attending a meet- plastic is used. Fumigation can Signs advertising businesses will principal. T L. Casey. Parents

a drug that deadens the moral ing in the Chamber of Commerce be broadcast or put In the bed have to come off city sidewalks, newly formed Bradford the new method'. and steps now are asked to bring a record of

SEETHE judgment, causes an increase in office Thursday night of last when the beds are made County the council' decided Tuesday County Rescue Unit received its I used. birth preferably 'a 'birth certifi

crime makes likely a greater week indicated that they could Agent G, T. Huggins said., night. Signs on sidewalks make it first cash donation this week The next regular meeting will cate. ." .

BEST OF number of serious automobile ac- not set'berries again unless plastic Fertilizer rates varied from impossible: for motorists to see around when Sheriff P. D. Reddish (left] be held at 7:30 p. m. Thursday,

cidents, brings about an increase was available. 1,000 to 1,880 pounds pr acre some corners In the city i presented a check for $25 from May 11,.in the courthouse.

BROADWAYSponsored i of attacks on women, and generally This season there are 20 growers depending on past experience and Mrs.Ruby Johns told fellow coun- the Sheriff's Posse to Bin Soto, Persons interested In 72 Participate -0-

lowers the moral level of representing a total ,of ,60 planting history. "If using applications -' cil members and are a safety secretary of the Rescue Unit. Joiningthe In Benefit Tourney' ,. .
By a unit are asked to fill In the ,
community. acres, who are known to have heavier than, 1,000'pounds hazard. The Sheriff's Posse made the .

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB used plastic mulch. per acre you might consider Councilman Wayne Douglas, In contribution to "help along a good following information blanks clip At Golf Club "

Lawyer Speaks' Most growers agreed that; the broadcasting about half and applying charge of safety was appointed to cause" and Soto expressed hope from paper and mail to Box 243,

BHS AuditoriumSat. best time for setting, when plastic the remainder when the phone all businesses displaying on it would "get the ball rolling" and Starke: Seventy-two memten'ot the

To is used, is from October 1.tc Octo- beds are made," growers were sidewalks to inform owners of set a good example to be foUow- Starke ,Golf and Country Club

., May\ 6 Rotary ber 15. told. the council's decision to strictly ed.bY other organizations .and in- Name ........ ....:., ... ..... participated In the Cancel:Fund
8:00 P.I.' William C. Andrews. Gainesville Opinions differed as to the best Grower's indicated that atten- enforce the .ordinance banning dividuals. ..'7'<"" benefit todraasent over the week-
tion such signs. Age ,....................... end, Ted Fox, local pro announced
attorney, spoke at the Rotary method of setting plants with now should be centered a- Any contribution to the Rescue

Gen. Adm. $1.00 Club Wednesday 'as a highlight of 'plastic.. Some advocated waiting round growing good plants for "The ordinance win really have Unit automatically makes the Home Add. .,'....,..S;;'.. '.".. '.. yesterday.
Reserved Seats $1.50 the annual "Law Day, USA" ob two weeks applying the plastic next fail Home grown plants to.be enforced to get the Job done donor a member of the organi- : Winners in the ladies division

i servance.. and pulling the plants through. I have many advantages over those and everyone will have to abide zation and entitles him to attend Home.. Phone ................ were Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Jr.
The speaker contrasted the system Others favored putting the plastic brought in from other sections!, by ft.",Mayor W. T. [Billy] Jackson regular meetings held on the second '. ; Gainesville, low gross with a
This Space Contributed Busr.Add. .... ..-... .........
95 Mrs.
: of Robert
down and it :; score ; McRae
of free enterprise enjoyed by first setting the plants was pointed out. said noting that most all service fourth: Thursdays of each

Weekly to Publicize the people of the U. S. with the through it Some BrowerS'w11J try "Experience has proved that a stations are at fault in this month in the courthouse at 7:30: Bus.Phone ........... ...... second-L: low gross, 106; and Mrs.
Community Events by system of state control and own- both methods on their -next crop soil testing program is very Important respect. Business' conditions would p.m.. H. Bishop Jr, low net, 73.

ership 'of property as practicedin and compare resultsIt in determining your ,liming be identical for all if all signs Bill Shiner Civil Defense advisor Occupation ...;..;.:........ Clyde .Terwffiagar Jr. was the
THE COMMUNITY Russia and the present Castro was recommended that, If a and fertilizer ,needs" .County were, moved back from sidewalks, states: that the first aid -. '. winner in the men's division witha
Specialty ..... ....::... ....'
declared u ; W low gross score of 74. Bash BIshop
Is used "So stated.
regime in Cuba. legume cover crop on Agent Huggins' : Jackson course will start as soon as possible ,, .
'STATE BAK The program 'was in charge of strawberry soil the crop, shouldbe samples should be. taken early The, mayor said violation of the and that the date will be Personal' EquipmentIboats :;-.......{. was second with a low net

C, H., Nasworthy. and County cut. allowed to dry., then thoroughly this summer so that applicationliming of ordinance is puniahable.by a fine announced. Wi lad (Boss] Pass, ; score of 70 for Group A, and Bobby _

OF STARKE Judge T, A.; Yawn Introduced the disked into the soil, allowing materials' can be made If up to $500. training officer. promises to review .... .O','J....":..- ..II.'O"".u. ...' .,.... Turner cams In third with' a.

t- .j I,aptaker.x. -. \. enough time .far good decom- needed" he.added, : In other, action' the f.council,.. : old methods ,and introduce : .". '" .r ,,,motors-..- -' :.etc.] net of 69, Group. B. '

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PAGE TWO ., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 4, ;1961 _
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l'T Testing
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f' If I To Be IncreasedThe Named Library

Open 'House Trustee Of YearMrs.
e&d f cost, of the, General. Educational -i TI
WOMEN SAY
I THE
Open \house will, be held at the ..Development test battery} Junius M. Smith chairman _

f Bradford County Hospital i from i is scheduled,.. ,to be'. increased-' .ef-j! o/ the Bradford 'County, Library I >OH, HE/VENLY DAVl! ___
NEWS' I : \ 0:
IN THE ( 2:3Q, to 4 'p. 'm. Monday:,May 8,I'fective July J. according? to Adult i' fcoard was selected as Library ITIcAGASDESEVIWGPRA1E"I
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a* e in observance of N tfonal Hospital Education Di'reclOr"L."H., Gibson.! Trustee of the .Year at the Florida -! :

s.----- -_ ____-._________,_- ._.....-.......__,__, Week. May 7-13. Members' Library Association meeting :i
The current state fee of $5 for J
of the Hospital Auxiliary will be in HJana: April 23-29. !
Miss Jeanette Wright ofBradenton ; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand -- I on hand to conduct visitors the battery and $1 for retesting The citation was presented by I II Li1
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spent, the Weekend at i' daughters Anne and Betsy, -i- rJ1i through the hospital, !showing and will increase to $7.50 and $2 re-' Dr. Ira Williams of Stuart, citation -!I

the home of her parents; Mr., and will attend the F8U circus festivities r'4i1 xplaini g the various ,facilities. spectively., !!I I chainnan of the Florida Li1 -I* 1T

Mrs. Corley Johns: While here in Tallahassee this weekend. The "partnership" between .the Applications for the May test-I 1 brary Trustees Association, at the

she also visited :M '. and Mrs. Bud Also attending will be Mrs. J. R. hospital .and .the r community fs{ ing'period must be in the Adult banquet held in the Carillon Ho-" ,

Alvarez,, Misses Ida and Annie, Wainwright and daughter Betty Being: stressed as the, theme. of Education office in the USO !! tel Friday night April 28."

Sweat, and Mr. and Mrs.' Wallace > Lou and Susan Slade. pospital -Week this year. building: ,not later ,than May 8' Florida author Wyatt lassin-

Solano. I Jerome Johns, Bob Williams "The hospital's .major respontitdljty for, the testing during; ,the week game was speaker at the b I qu i. ;;

Mrs. Leslie Howell and daughter and Sen. C. E. Johns attended the is patient care, but it also of May Gibson 'said. Applicants Mrs. Smith was especially come :!

Elsie, and Mrs. Nora Watson i iof I Suwannee Valley Legislative boat- The*chorus line is an all-important part of the "Best of Broad- trains and educates personnel for the GED tests :are required : mended for the time and, effort ::

Charlotte.N. C. were last Wednesday a-cade down the Suwannee River way," sparkling musical revue to be presented Saturday night, May p provide care and provides ',for .to have a satisfactory' knowledgeof I spent in helping to create the ;;

guests of Mrs: J.'H. Fields. last Saturday and Sunday.Mr. 6, in the high school auditorium by members the Junior Woman's medical research which contrib- American history arid ;overn- Santa Fe Library Region and for I I
Fred Gaudon and Joe Cocomize and Mrs. Bill Dansby of This requirement may' be met her continuing effortS' to promote
by
Club and,outside talent. From left: Pat Cauffman Penny Hollings- sites ,to the improvement: ,of care,?i i ifc.
'spent the weekend in West Palm Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and E. Edmondson administrator, | inen, tne, director pointed out.,legislation for state aid to libraries -
worth, Shirley Reddish! Sarah Torode, Ada Reddish, Gerri Johns, : '
Beach. Mrs. R. O. Dansby on Sunday.Mr. I said in discussing the national high school credit or'by passing of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and and Mrs. J.: D. Doyle and Ja-ckie Williams, and Margaret Koch. observance. tests in these subjects. j I

daughter June were in States- Mrs. Lloyd Farber attended the "The community's role lies In Barbers. nurses beauticians,!; NOTICEI

boro Ga. from Friday to ,Sunday Flower Show at Orange Park! on 'The Best Of Broadway'Is support of the hospital" Mr. Ed- and certain other .vocations 'are:j will not be'responsible for any '

with Mr and Mrs. J. R. Wilson Sunday.G. mo/idson, added..: '"Its citizens\ must require I :to pass a" 'Oth: Grade. ; debts made by anyone other .than

and family.Mr E.. AIR CONDITIONING Presented By Junjor Women"Broadway" secye Qn the hospital/governing' Equiyalancy .Test 'o obtain state i inyself April- 27, 1961.. Ida Mae

and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell BROWN'S REFRIGERATION board; -must offer t\t\ieir' services pBcenses.' .These (esls may be 6b--!;G, s ue. 2tp.5-11
who snsnt the winter at Braden tabled from the Adult\ 'EducationOffice
a is to Starke bers in the show in volunteer capacities\ In thehospital
Bernadette, Ronald Robert coming taking part '
ton Beach were visiting Mr. and and at any time for both races. ... __ ....
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t Ulent and must adequate -
Soto recently visited friends and this Saturday night, May 6, at has been recruited from ; support '
I Mrs. J, G. Caldwell the past tenT Adults.. ,yalso apply for comprehensive Thanks A Million Policy Owners
, while relatives in Dothan. Ala. They returned 8 p. m. when the Junior"Woman'sClub the Lions Club and the Jaycees. .reimbursemer\f\ programs for' examinations-- I' -
days enrouteto" their home in allhigh "
in Grand Rapids Mich. home by the'way of Pan- presents its annual variety Among those in starring roles the care of welfare patients." school. subjects to establishcredit

ama City and Tallahassee: driving show, '"The Best of Broadway"in will be Madge and Jim Chasteen, This ;year's IBcme: "Your Hos a" .
Harry Green suffered broken toward high school di
a the school auditorium. Although Laverne Outlaw, Bill Sntner, Rev. P1IaHA. '* it for me and
nose last Wednesday when struck with 'their father, Bill Soto who high was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W all performers! are local Barry Van DeVenter and Sylvia emphasizes ,the i need jf or, ,a "reciprocal ,- #he ; r l -
current term of the
by a post at his post plant on county
Highway 301 North. J. Perry Jr. of Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. people, some outstanding talent -Reddish. .rel8tio; ip. the administrator adult education'program: -.will end mry''i*e to attend the Company.sLeadership
Perry is Mr. sister. has been uncovered: according to 'Songs will be included from said. ', '
Soto's? fttay & the'Ji8NSl.ft2. ,t.rTis. ex- ,,:-- : Convention at the Hollywood -
: the show's directors, and an en- such Broadway hits as South Pacific : ...
) Mrs. S. C. Denmark is in Orlando pec'ted to start September 5. Some *' 5__ i-CT srt<<
attending the PTA. workShop tertaining'evening is :promised. I Carousel' My 'Fair Lady adies To Get 336 adults of the community participated i : Beach Hotel. Thanks s again.
through Friday. ,Besides the Junior Club mem- Gigi, and The King And I. -
i in one or more. evening
Mr. and Mrs. 0.' C. NetherlandJr. jFree Golf LessonsFree classes .Uuou hout toe current JONES
Florida'L Billy Murrhee of San Diego : Signed-ERiMIE ,
and family of ,Louisville, Ga. calif. is visiting his uncle and Purchasing PiallBe group lessons' for ladies rear, Gibson said. 4 .
were ,
weekend
guests of: Mr. and
,
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Stefa-
Henry ;:win be held every Tuesday and
Mrs. B. I. Moxley .
Jr. Mr, Irma
1 1I Netherland, who has been spend neil this I week. .Thursday at the Starke Golf and Booster Club Representing Liberty National Life Insurance Co.
'Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and To Installed ;Country: Club starting May and To
ing several Meet TonightThe
weeks
I with her
daughter -
Mrs. family' spent the weekend at __ ,., ,running through May 25, Ted Fox, ,, _.
Theatr.eI MOxley and -
family returned I
'L Jacksonville' Beach. .,clUb pro, announced yesterday.The Booster
to Louisville. with. her son Club will meet at
P. M. Barefoot returned home Board lessons will be held from 7:30 .
and, rii.C By County tonight (Thursday) in the, .
,
I J t' John Robert Paulk and Wednesday 'after a week's 'confinement 10 a. m. to 12 noon with Fox as high school cafeteria. i announcing

I;, SAT., MAY 6. Capt.' Homer Viliarreal of the in Bradford County Hospltat -! instructor. ir sparkling, New Beauty Salon near (t- ,
I Double Feature Program1st. Seymour Johnson : [Continued from Page ''One to in most '
AFB,.S. C. were you. Ready serve you a elegant
!Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith ', V ... .. .. _.
II'I Feature Sunday and Monday of % ow to 'And to' loveliness with
II' guests Mr. tion work: was ready to'be start. manner. 'pamper your .
will visit their daughter Shi Ann Many Thanks To My Owners \ .
and Mrs. Dave Paulk. ed on rebuilding the bridge' 'with" Policy the most fascinating hairstyles this side of .. '
SIJN-rnJRhTO tJN-8UREO.! Rolls Knight Jr. of Jacksonyule at Roanoke College Salem Va.
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Paris. Do ai"
pay us t soon, or. phone for an appointment.
for Alachua and Bradford Counties ,
I Beach was visiting relatives, parents weekend.Mrs. I want to thank friends
HUN[ I my ,many Prices are moderate.IF .
here "oh Monday. Mattie Gahagan left Wednesday sharing the cost, when Allen requested -, '-fr',-

l Mr., and Mrs. Curtis Holmes of for two .weeks visit. with a delay, ,to present 'the ; for making it possible for Liz and I

Chattanooga Jenn.- were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Gahagan in ..matter of changing location to I me. to spend a wonderful week at I YOUR CAR LICENSE IS NO. 45400A

11 i flTc0UM dfnuer{ guests of Mr. and Mrs.Guy4 Bluffton, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. the <'I'.1 f ','- I FREE. SHAMPOO AND SET
I'I' Sale. L. P. Gahagan In Savannah Ga. Bradford board. Commissioners the Hollywood Beach Hotel attend .
I said, however, that the change II Awaits you, at our salon Watch this snace..
Mr. and Mrs., Clyde Prkst! and Mr. and Mrs. C. F ShaW\'er and : ing Company's Leader's
I'I .requested by Allen would require my Conven,, every week for new winners.
Mrs. Alice McIntosh visited :Miss Katie Jo Rossi Alderson r
Mr. of -
I around 300 feet of expensive fill, tion. Last week's winner tyrs. Dons Carlton
and Mrs. Dan Priest and familyin W. Va. are visiting Mr. and while ,the present grade could ,be I

I Iit Jacksonville on Sunday.Mrs. : Mrs. D. W. 'Carpenter at 'Santa put in shape with little I
expense. Signed-DUTCH THOMAS
Ned Yancey"and family Fe ,Lake for two weeks. The Carpenters The two counties resumed workon : 'I Glamo-Ree i .-., Hair, Stylist
moved to Decatur, Ga. last Friday will also have as weekend '
:::., \ ,, to Join Mr. Yancey. guests, Mt.r.-and Mrs. David Reid the bridge this 'week, after Representing Liberty National: ) Life Insurance, Co. Miss Ellouise Ph., 964-8341 Mr. Keith

\I I .'i ._'-....;.............. -a-;, .....-..'........,. :Mrs.: HUdabelle Bence and Mrs. and' family 'Mr'- and Mrs. C. A. Allen's the board's request.action It is of,estimatedthat denying I I 353 N.\ Temple Avenue
I I
I I&A Nita Downing. of Jacksonville were Walker: and familY, and Mrs. .. .. .... TT1 f fJ r H*
Bradford County's share, 'of ,L f&'
Sunday visitors of'Mrs.. Etta Charles Walker of Jacksonville, J : _. _. _._ ,
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L the, expense will be around .$500. : ,. -
Hoover and ilr. 'and Mrs. Bolph Reddish I -
"* w Accepts Plat ; --,
Mrs. John Torode. Mrs. Lavern and family] oKstarkT '

fTECMMICOtOR_ ........"' 1WmAi.- Outlaw, 'Mrs. 'R., S. Mullins. and Mr. and Mrs. Al H. Harley III, The board accepted a plat presented 1 : AREA BUSINESS
\ by A. J. Thomas Sr. for F DIRECTORY I
? 2nd. Feature I'Mrs. Jerome Johns were in Jacksonville and son 'Hank, of Charleston, W. New Hampton Beach a subdivision f

on Monday attending the Va. are spending two weeks with with 46 lots on the east .

.....iMk Otgulttft I I District: 4 workshop of the" Florida, their parents, Mr. and: Mrs. Bar- side of Hampton Lake. --_-=-- ""_ ..
J: L .Iij
PETER FIlCH I Federation Woman's Club, at the ney McRae and Mr. and Mrs. I -- -" -" L : :-o UI
Also accepted was a drainage
Arlington Woman's ,Club- Harley, Jr AUTO GLASSMauldin's AUTOMATICTRANSMISSIONS ELECTRIC MQTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES
\ EVA BART I easement and a borrow nit easement I
WHO'S. THE LADY IN THE :Miss Flora Slade of FSU is attending from the Starke Golf &'
ITCHY BRITTQNtfeMMt 1
BATHTUB? ? ? Her the at : Lillian's, ,Music Store
\ eyes are "Dooleys" Emory Country Club. H. A. Bishop Jr., Electric Motor
blue, her'haIr' is brown- and she's University this weekend. club president, explained that the Auto Glass -Gainesville Leader" Since 1933

5 ft.; 7 in. Mrs. W. G. Haile returned last borrow pit easement was' 'given COMPLETE. 'StOCK' "CURVED" AUTOMATIC. TRANS3USSIONS' Repair :f o. KRAKAVER :- WINTER-CABLE

Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Friday from two weeks visit with ,with the' imde'rstanding'that :the GLASS' 'ARK: OUR: BUSINESS OF GAINESVILLE INC. PIANOS PIANORGRANS

entertained: Mr: and Mrs. 'B. '8. her sons, Woodfin and Jack Haile, club would get one l load of dirt Windshield & Door Glass Service & Repairs-Work COMPLETE ELECTRIC MOTOR I CHORD oJ ORGANS' l59-$375,

Outlaw,Sr. of Jacksonville onr and their families in Miami and hauled from the pit fof every load Replaced In Any Make Guaranteed SALES AND SERVICE '!,Guitars, Drums, Sheet Music

q their 43rd wedding anniversary with her sister Mrs. J. S. Adair, hauled for county'use.. Car Or Truck- "Distributor of Budgets

last Sunday.'Twenty guests enjoyed -t in West Palm Beach. Mrs. Haile Accepts ulk Bid We- Handle Saftcy'Glass Lamar. Pearson New Lincoln Motors"FR FR 6-5931

,UUANDU KMOX.MALCOLM K fNr ,the dinner party on this hap- had as a Tuesday visitor Mrs. E. The bid of Dave Paulk, local 'FR 6-2558 AT: TUJBBY'S: |6'SERVICE 2-8318 112 S. E. First Gainesville

WcHML CA$1WV'w py occasion.Mr. M. Rooks of Gainesville. contractor: was accepted for $200 1314 S. Main .Gainesville 505. N... W.d 13th. St. Gainesville, 1030 S. Main Gainesville I. J___ -
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and Mrs. Scott Stevenson G. E. AIR CONDITIONING on an old Ford truck' owned by -" I "OPTICIAN

Cartoon: Wet Paint Decatur, Ga.: were weekend. BROWN'S REFRIGERATIONMr. the county arid' $350 for an old FARM EQUIPMENT
AUTO SALES & SERVICE
'
guests of Dr. and Mrs. 0. L. : International Truck: In'return for ; AUTO TRIM Beckut 'a OpticiansLindsey ;

SUN. thru WED. Haynes, Jr. and Mrs. David Penoyer the equipment Paulk is to grade a Rush's Tractor Co. Inc. I! L, Beckum, R. O. \

MAY 7 thru 10 Mr. and Mrs. TTUus Olson were had as weekend guests Frank:de, road from SR 100 to Crosoy Lake, IMPERIAL CHRYSLER I I Lenses Duplicated-Quick, Repair

Edna Ferber's Sunday dinner: guests of Mrs. Mae Reamer West Palm Beach, Mr. a distance of bout 300 feet: He PLYMOUTH -. VALIANT1Authorized Baker Auto Trim NEW HOLLANDALLIS Artificial Eyes-Prescriptloni!
and Mrs. Ed 'Sales-Parts'-Service CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON
de Remaer
Hawkins-in Waldo. Ft.: Lauderdale will use dirt 'pulled from the I Filled Promptly

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Stevenson and Mr. and Mrs.. George ditches for fill. ,HawesPowersMotor CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM 22 W. University; FR -3S1: .&

CIMARRONStarring I I of Decatur Ga. arrived today Wortman, Jacksonville Beach, In'other action the board: Co. Headliners "Arm Farm Equipment And, Tractors i Gainesville, Fla.
Rests
who -
for a' came for the funeral of'Mrs.
week's visit with Dr. and Referred to the county attorney' FR6-4385

Mrs: O.'L. Haynes: Jr. Jennie Penoyer.Dr. a $59 bill from J. B. Gaskins for FR 2-2561 Floor Mats Upholstering Prices Archer Rd. Gainesville I I POWER SAWS "

Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar entertained and Mrs. Harry McGee left .damage to an irrigation pipe said 204, N. Main Gainesville' Lowest I

Glenn Ford the Wednesday morning Sunday afternoon for Tampa and 1 I to have been caused by a county Used, Cars 312 N.1in, PR: 2-3226 FLOOR AND TILE I MCC.ULLOCII

; bridge club at ''bridge and lunch- St. Petersburg after' being guests" truck. FR 6-3400 1021 E. University y Ave., Gainesville CONTRACTORSBobby I! CHAIN SAWS

Maria Schell eon at the Gainesville Country of the Prophet's Room In the Gos- 'VOted disapproval of the proposed NEW-USED
? SALES-SERVICE
Club on Wednesday. pel Tabernacle.Jack merger of the Seaboard and LINCOLN MERCURY L. Bryan '

\ Anne Baxter John Powell, John Godwin Trawick attended the ACL railroads. '. C031ETFIATRL'AULTAuthorized COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION. ". TERRAZZO CERAMIC Florida Saw Co.

Mrs. Douglas! White and :Mrs. Florida Mosquito Control Convention Heard 'an unfavorable opinion Sales-Service -Parts ASPHALT, PLASTIC TILE FR 6-3411

Russ Tamblyn Alice Anderson will'leave Sunday in Key. West' April'"'- 2227. from the State Auditing Department Trained 1Ieclw1bQ HARDWOOD FLOORING I!2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-Gainesville

In Cinemascope & Metrocolor for a *eek'. 'f1shlng trip at' Mar, relative to Sheriff P. D. Used Cars Floor Sanding & Finishing I' ,

,a.thon.'or' Florrie Durham r Reidish's 'recent request that he Motors FR, 6-6762 FR 6-4445 iic1NG" MACHINESSinger "
6 Barkley
THURS., MAY\ 11 Friends Norman Ives will ,re- J, -.,V*?'*'-, ?' be 'allowed to own his own car Refrigeration. 1939 'N. E. 27th Gainesville

gret' to"hear 'of his death: whichoccurf Ph! T.> .e .d.ay: instead title being In the 615 N. Main Galnesvjlie Service Co.Sidney '. '. Sewing
1pEN'SUPPj4LEsJohns : !
Fiercest Heart d' Tuesday night hi tiie 1 county. .- Machine CenterUsed
Lake Shore Hospital-in Lake City. In Jacksonville B. & G. MotPlCp.jLtC.:
-* Leopold Owner & Paris Inc.
Singer Sewing Machine
n
,
Mrs. Gary Nazworth 'of Jacksonville I '
Stan-ins: Stuart Whitman, is :visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Florrie Terry :Durham, 68. Mrs. Jennie Penoyer .I ffffiMAN, v Commercial" Refrigeration" Complete LIne pf Many One Of A Kind
and Juliet Prowse.Cinemascope died 'qLDsMOBILE.-'CADILLAC AIr coiidffioniniFrfgId&lre'Ici SEEDS-PLANTS; Starting At $9.95
Barney McRae this week. Tuesday' morning at her Dies Friday =erm jf.
& Color Mr. and Mrs. W C. Powell and home in Jacksonville after an extended 1Yrs. Authorized Bales-ServicesPartsFR Maim I. FEBnu7y.'t8'j j FR 6-6310
Actiqn and Drama of early Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, jr. illness. She was 'born at After Illness l 6-7515 Sold' 'And 'Serviced Anytime Insecticides-Pet 'Supplies j 216 W. University Gainesville,

Duten efkinff their own Promised will leave Friday for a ten-day Fort: White on April 3, 1895, her 115- S. W. Second Gainesville ,Gainesville"HI' 2-8392' '\". Rent Fertilizer Spr aders' I Ie #
Land in 1837. Jennie Wortman Penoyer Heights FR 6-7700 224 N. W. 8th Ave.: FR 2-0476!
parents
fishing trip at Marathon. Jefferson being the late Thomas 80 c, of Starke. died last Friday .___ '.. .- _.._. _J..-a.s "GaInesville, Fla. SHOES
BHS Band members attendingthe :: and Julia Braddock I
FRI., MAY 12 morning aftpc an extended illness. VOLKSWAGEN CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST T J .. .. Bob's Shoe St'ore'Shoes
'State Contest in Panama City Terry who were residents of Law- -
AmES WEAR
She was'born; June 10, 1880 in, Sales -Service PartiMillerBrown
today are Cookie Mathews Kay ley. -for., many, years. for The Entire J!' 1FORTUl"E

Holiday f for Lovers Hart Kay Christmas, Sandra i 'Mrs. Durham was a member of New: Torlc'ilrs."vPehoyer: was the widow -* j f j, v< -, ThATiALL 'kth, it.. Cherry a FOR MEN
.
Stealeyi; Janet Hardy, Sellers !- 'COXCJ&XE! PRODUCTS
Becky Mount Zion Baptist Church'near of, .the late Bert' Penoyer'nJ( Motors,. Inc. Gainesville's Most Fashionable CHARM SET FOB WOMEN
With a list wonderful actors and Harriett Harper. Theyare Jacksonville, ,' ARE THE REST. ,FROM ENDWELL FOR CHILDRENBags
made her ,home .usith her, sonDive FR2-3532/ : Address For LadiesDRESSES'
and: actress .. accompanied by Band' Director Survivingare her husband Besides COATS'ACCESSORIES Millenery Accessorial..
CLIFTON WEBB Eden Mathews, and Mr. and Mrs. I George1 W. Durham of Jickson- sh{' is"Penoyer.survived* fcy a daughter/tier son 1938, r, 'E.,University",' Ave., Gainesville' jEdwards !BuildingSupply -- SUITS 21 W. University. Gainesville

Cecil Harper of Keystone Heights. .
JANE WYMAN vIDe; four sisters Mrs. Lois Wy- Inc.
Mrs. Elaine Merry. of Tucson, : los W. University, Gainesville
JILL ST. JOHN Ensign Kenneth Tyua. ,of Glynco rick. Tallahassee: ; Miss Elizabeth Ark SPORTINtf GOODSThis

CAROL LYNLEY Naval Base, Brunswick, Ga. Terry and Mrs. Joyce Futch;both Graveside services 'Were held. at Montgomery. Pontiac- -, 72* 5. Main '- FR .2-4844 MEN'S ,WEARSilverman's ,

GARY CROSBY was home for- theweekend.. of Lawteyi'and Mrs. Oaudie 2 p. m Sunday in Crosby Lake Inc. Gainesville, F1&.

And Many Others. Mrs. Wallace Solano is a medi- Strickland Gainesville: Cemetery with"Rev. Leo Hebert; Mf ', Most .Complete Line

South American: Tour cal 'Pa.tient'in Bradford County Funeral services were held at pastor, of the First Baptist 'lQ1IAcGMC TRUC&SB. .. .. of Sporting Goo s. at
\ Hospital.! : M. CL s1'o'ARs'- DQOB JVJNDOJVS apparel for Men and Women i
IN CINEMASCOPE & 11 a. m. Wednesday, 1.1'1to I Church officiating. -
Miss Frances Landrum of Flori-i Our: Store next to Jimmie Inc.
COLOR DELUXE: da Southern College wia home 1!Zion Baptist 'C Ucli with ReV.' Arrangements. *4vere in charge Authorize, Sales- Parts .Service -- :Florida new Theatre Hughes,

C. E. Wilkinson and fle' of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Bomecia1 ;; FR 2-2585
pastor,
the I
Sponsored by for the weekend. _FORMAL. WEAR: .RENTALS, 1113 W. University Galnesyill*
SPANISH CLUBIf Mike Smith spent.th 'weekend 1 1c.t' L. T. Howe; pastor of the Lawtey .220 N. W ,8th AY-.' aa.inemI1e_....L.. Florida JalousiesOF ... r ..

Baptist Church..officiating. Burial c> GAINESVILLE, INC. flsiTTp, JUmVEtr ,-
haven't, seen this santa Fe Lake with his grandparents Security .. ... YARNS TOYS '
'You youdon't W Lake ... -
sin Cemetery -
Crosby '" Go. U If. -
Motor WINDOWS DOORS
:Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Smith. -
to miss
won't advance !Mr .and. Mrs* .Fred. Snen were under the direction of DeWitt C. A representative'of, the Gainesville LABKEXGLIStl% GIJ.1 ALUMINUH AWOTNGS Jack and Jill

sale of tickets by the Spanish' r visiting her mother Mrs. T. J. Jones Funeral Hom Social Security Office 1iIbe YOM '1'Beach'ArmnfWlndo1i'S Gainesville Mayflower -
.Complete Use .of
Class. Adults 65c, children Corbett, at Fernandiaa a. Beach last Active: pallbearers, were Ralph at the courthouse' in Starke" tIoaiU' &SerC> fl"3eet 4.W peaij ns, LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE Tarns ,...;, Needlework Notions

under 12 can buy their,ticketsat Friday. zth' Terry"Fufch, W. B. 'Fish, Friday/ ray 12,,' at 9:30'a.jru: for Servke'for AU ic Write Or. Call For fistiaiales. MOVING Free InetructJou'b -
:Mr. and Mrs, Paul Kreft of T.n: ,Weeks .W/E.. Durham ST., the of .conducting social Irt Fit 6-8215' **- -
the box office, 25c children., purpose. 506 E."University >Ve. Fg 2-4251, ,, Storag And-era.tfhg' *- 43ame -Doll*-Hobbies
-- Osprey were Monday dinner'fdestsof arsf-Msliir Etziek12n& security business1 iwtththepoblie..- 1 Gainesviile,"'11&-: 181T1tathomE'Rd; 'OamtV111e Gaiaesville FR ISZZI 625 "W. UmTersUjT t Gainsyfijj"

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THURSDAY! MAY 4, 1961 BRADFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA .. PAGE THKEESpring


-,_.- ..- ..-.-..,., Methodist Ch ir----j I Juniors Sponsor Spanish Club posed of David'Waite, Becky Din-
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kins, Bill Dockstader, Terry Walters -
'
1 Fetes Ritch'sAt t Fashion Elects Officers
Show and Tom Hardinwill: perform

I Attending the State Band Contest -
1 x Dinner Party ,[ ; ,r. 4 Next WeekThe I o'ficers for the 1961 .school: \today. in Panama City are

t 'A.. term were ,elected this_ week by Cookie Mathews. Kay Christmas,
_ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch were junior 'class of Bradford ] I
the Bradford High School Spanish Hart, Sandra Sheally. Janet
honored at a lovely dinner party ,High School will sponsor an "AllIAround I Kay
last Thursday evening at the the,clock fashion show at I Chi Hardy, Becky Sellers and Harriet
Richard Miller is the incoming
Glitdpe Mooty Methodist Fellowship Hall, given :the Bradford High auditorium'Saturday. i .,Harper.
president and Arlen Bias got the
will take its annual
by the Methodist Chancel Choir' I ; May 13. at 7:30: p.. m.1) The band
F of fashions will second post as vice-president. Susan .trip to St. Petersburg May 12, 13.I ,
of which they are members. rott Six categories .I '
st Slade elected secretary,
Starke was
MagicUsThemeFor ElementaryPTA .
The long dining: table where 7.i 5. ,be featured _including sports, Mike and 14.1pScu1
"i April Mesko treasurer, and
.
Installs the 24 guests were seated was street casual, swim, semi-formal,' Darby, sergeant-at-arms.
\ centered with an arrangement off I and formal wear. Both male: ,and (
New OfficersThe _. Twenty-six members, accompanied -
May Breakfast dark red roses and down the I .-.. .. female ,members of the Junior' by Mrs. Ruth Acker and i
length of the table were rose class will ,model and clothes will I '
i .
Starke Elementary PTA 1. Peter Fresneia: club sponsor
i
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,
F clusters. Ez be ,furnished! : by local shops. .
"Spring Magic is the theme I _
held an installation of officersat q' 1 ar visited St. Augustine last week on I
Mrs. Charles Schmitt, general the regular meeting Tuesday The honored couple were pre- ii '; _IL Admission C will be 50'cents for the annual trip The group included SUN. MON., & TUES.
and 35 cents for students,
chairman, will use for the annual evening in the Cafetorium. Mrs. sented with sterling silver casserole X adults the Old Fort and the Old MAY 7 8 -9-
May. Breakfast of the Starke Wo- as a memento of the oc- with proceeds going to a fund for
I
visit-
Arthur G. Ivey of Gainesville, PTA 4 1t Jail among the many places
i r.i man's Club, Wednesday, May JO.at. International Relations Chairmanof casion. the junior's senior class trip. ) WALT DISNEY'S
12 o'clock in the club house. ; Tickets went on sale Tue: the State Board, installed the II I club's last big project of
I Ritch also honored at Charles P. Cowen is heading the j ,
Mrs.. Dave Paulk, program I following officers; Mrs. was the year will take place Friday,
chairman will musical a luncheon given on Saturday by show. Mrs. Kathern May and Miss: ProfessorStarring
present a
I President, Jack Trawick; first !o> : May 12, when the group sponsors
program with the kindergarten I vice president, Wayne Haines; Mrs. E. L. Matthews at her homeon \' r Della Rosenberg, will narrate. a movie "Holiday;; For'I/wrs," at I : Fred MwvMurray:: Nancy
children participating. E. Adkins Street. 0 Richard Jockel is In charge of j Olson, and Tommy
i second vice persident, Mrs. Bob- the Florida Theatre. The technicolor -II KeenanVjnn
.
,iXeservations for the breakfast i by Turner; third vice-president, The eight guests included H 6 : S. ticket sales. I film stars Clifton Webb Kirk.
:
must be in by noon on Monday, lira Pat; Caiflfman; secretary members of Mrs. Ritch's and Mrs. ,[I : ",0 t Gary Crosby and Jane:' Wyman i. PLUS CARTOON

May 8, and may be made with Mrs. Oscar Crosby; treasurer, Mrs. Matthews' immediate families. Boy Scouts and has a, South and Central
siffier Mrs. J. H. DuPre, telephone John Torode. I i.....fs "1 a America background. '- WED., THURS., MAY 10 11

968-2331 or Mrs. T. C..Hazen. Jr., During the program Mrs. L. A.. Officers Installed Attend CamporeeBoy I i World For Ransom
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telephone 964-7581. Tickets are I If' Canova, Sr. presented a musical I .: : attendedthe :
70 Dan
At Southside PTA Scout Troop Band Concert Set Starring: Durjea.
f' $2' each. !'program using the theme "Ha- I -:.,:": 'j Alachua District Camporee at i, I I

Out-of-town guests and house I waii, Our Fiftieth State." with 70 Mrs. Edith McBride Cameron, a '. Camp Montgomery last Friday i: For Next Tuesday "RAYMIE"Starring

guests, of club members, senior elementary students taking part. State Board of Managers, Florida ; and Saturday I II
,
David Lodd, John Agar
I. f club members, and members of I The out-going board members Congress of Parents and Teachers '" '- '.;' .. z Scoutmaster David Montgomery I| In New Auditorium and Julie: Adam
!
the Woman's Club and Hawaiian ;\:: < .
Junior served punch and cake installed new officers of the "' ., ; assisted by Tom Hardin. with conceJ
'" ;; a 241 PLUS CARTOON
t Little Women's Club are urged to f to over 300 members and guests I Southside PTA at a meeting heldin I 4. scouts made up part of the approximate J I A spring will be presented -I

I i attend. during the social hour. the school cafetorium. 'L 220 'boys attending the '! bi the Bradford High Band j FRI" SAT, MAY 12 13
sa+ .w T on Tuesday, May 9, in the school
;
I M-y Those installed were: Mrs. ,M. -- Camporee. ;
Quantity Nights Reserved-Prices Good Thru 6th. auditorium at 8 p. m-
New Orleans
H. Sheppard, president; Mrs. J. The Scouts of Troop 70 entered'in ,
Featured numbers will be selections -
T. Prevatt Jr., vice president; Mrs. the many events for the boys j After Dark
from "The Music Man
SAVE ATt Clyde Sinclair, secretary; Fred during the weekend and the usual
Graudon, treasurer. camping activities of, cooking out highlights from the Broadway Starring: Stacy Harris, Louis
The out-going president, Mrs. Miss Judy Dankel Is Bride Of Meed LewisIn and swimming were also enjoyed. show "Gypsy," and many others. Sirgo, anti Ellen Moore.

: 1 W. B. Scoggins, was presented a Madison Street Church Band Director Elden Mathewssaid. HELL to ETERNITY
Baptist CeremonyMiss .
LR past president's pin by Mrs. Cash paid for good, clean, cot-
Cameron. ton ragsNo Khaki or wool A flute trio composed of Harriet Starring: Jeffrey Hunter and
Judith Frances Dankel, the sides with ,swags of smilax. David Janssen.
The third grade won the room Briar to Bradford County Tele- Harper Janet Hardy, and Becky i|
count during the business session daughter of Mr.and Mrs. N, S. Centering the table was a beauti- rraph. I Sellers and a brass quintet om-',I PLUS CARTOON
,
Dankel, became the bride of Meed .. I I
,
which followed a covered dish. ful three tiered wedding cake ,
Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory .
supper. Rev. Barry VanDeventer topped with a blue..tJuoateii orchid S
Lewis, all of Starke, at a beauti- :
conducted the devotional. ful wedding held Friday evening, and embossed with rose budsresting

April 14, at 8 o'clock in the >'*on'!; a reflector. At either

Lee ,Darby Madison Street Baptist Church. end of the table were fivebranched -
OLEN'S
Rev. J. H. Mabry, Jr. performedthe
Celebrates J 12 YearLee silver candelabra with burning
nuptials.The ,

Darby celebrated her twelfth altar was lovely with tall blue tapers, decorated with. little

birthday anniversary last Fri- baskets of white gladioli, pom- pompom nosegays and t; showers of

day with a party for 13 friends. I poms, chrysanthemums and baby's satin ribbon. SOON TOBECQME

FREE'SO. The girls enjoyed games and breath, with a sunburst arrange- The two punch tables were '
ment of the same blossoms in the
R refreshments
during the party covered with white lace cloths
center. The background was enhanced -
hours, seven to nine o'clock. O ,
-
with palms and branched and centered with silver punch ..
'
J-w. GREEN AMPS Mrs. Charles Darby was assisted ( -i.r Starke Fla.
by Mrs. J. R. Wainwright in candelabra with burning white bowls around which were garlandsof ,
tapers. Smilax swags draped the smilax interspersed with pom-
serving.
WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR
choir loft and the window sills of pom nosegays.
NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE I the church held fan-shaped ar- Greeting guests at the door at

Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With i Little WomenTo arangements of white blossoms the reception was Miss Jean!

May 6 A $5.00 or More Food Order Install OfficersThe centered with white candles. Large Mundy and standing in the receiving i ARUT'We're

white satin bows marked the, line were members of the I
Little Women's Club will family pews wedding party and the parents'of i

have installation of officers Mon- Mrs. George Canova, organist, the bride and groom.
day evening at 7:30: o'clock in the and cousin of the bride, rendered Miss Linda Sue Thomas and

club house. Miss Della Rosenbergwill nuptial music as' the guests assembled Mrs. Max Furlong kept the bride's

.1 GROCERYYOUR I II be the installing officer. I and accompanied Mrs. book, and presiding at the bride's the Present
Mary Ann Long will be inj Ronnie Patray of Gainesville,solo-; table and cutting the cake were Sacreing

I charge-of theprogrgmand 'new ist, who sang "Because," "O Mrs. Paul H. Faulkner'nd: Miss
I \ CHOICE members: will be admitted to'the Promise Me," and "The Lord's Mary Dankel. Presiding at the Merchandise f make room for
club at this meeting. Mothers of Prayer" punch bowls were Mrs. Woodrow

club members are Invited to at- Reed E. Lewis served his brother Thomas and Mrs. Reed Lewis. FIRST QUALITY
: tend. as best man and the ushers Also assisting in serving were Mrs. our own new

COFFEE Hostesses for the evening will be I were John Crockwell, Gilbert Harry Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. W. B-i "

I i L Margaret Douglas, Diane Firth, Reed, Tom Lewis, and Ronnie Mundy, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs.;Nor merchandise arriving daily!

and Kay Dennis.Wesleyan Thomas. man Willis, Mrs. M.. H. Sheppard
Mrs. Johns attended the Mrs. J. E. Hardy, "Mrs. 'A. Q.

MAXWELL : ASTOR Guilds bride as Randy matron df honor in a Smith, Mrs; Gerri'.Griffls: Miss SAVE .UP TO V2 AND MORE! ,

.
t HOUSE baby blue silk organza gown. The Carolyn Vickers, Miss Janice_ .
Set .
MeetingsThe
fitted waist featured a shirred Vickers, Miss Marsha Haynes, ."
portrait neckline and the bell- Miss Yvonne Conner, Mrs. Claude & "
1-Lb.' 1b.. Wesleyan Service Guilds Crowson, Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs*
59" 49"TW1 shaped skirt with inverted foldsat : '
: : i
Ttn, and Circle Four of the Methodist the hip line had a band of em- Tyler Jones, Mrs. Sarah Hunter, .r-QTki: :
1 Church will meet Tuesday even- broidered silk organza. In her and Mrs O. L. Haynes, Jr.Passing'rice .

Limit one with a $5.00 or more order ing as follows: hair she wore a band of matching bags were master Paul Faulkner SLIPS
Guild 1 and Guild 2 will havea velvet leaves which held a net and little Misses'Reeda Lewis, LADIES

ti NEW BLUE DETERGENT combined pledge and installa- veil of the same color. With this Jean Vickers, June Hardy l.and
Giant Box tion service at 7:30: o'clock in the Ann,Haynes. 1
she wore matching shoes. She
CHEER Limit 1 with 5.00 5g i Sanctuary. carried a cascade arrangement of After spending some time with ILHALF PRICE I..
Circle 4 will meet with Mrs. .
or more order. yellow anemone pom-poms with their guests the couple left, ont a ; ,,< i
Eston Jordan at 8 o'clock. wedding trip to South Florida.The .
loops of yellow tulle and satin.
Limit 1 with Food OrderSHORTENING3T7 -
ASTOR PURE VEGETABLE bride traveled in a blue and
Serving as bridal attendants in
1 Methodist MYF identical gowns were Mrs. Vernon white eyelet sheath dress With _
59; Reddish and Miss Elissa Stefan- white accessories and she wore the
Enjoys OutingFifteen em. orchid from her bridal bouquet.

WHITE ARROW Little Susan Faulkner Debbie Out-of-town guests were Mrs.J. ,.
members of the Meth-
Lewis, and Kimberly Ann Conner A. Dankel,Sr. Miss Mary Dankel. LADIESGUARDER
odist Intermediate M. y F. en- served fldffer in and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dankel,
as girls dainty
Gallon 19; Joyed a weekend outing at the
Esther
yellow frocks and carried white Jr. of Waycross, Ga., Mrs. BELTS ,
Roc-In Motel
at Jack.50nvilleBeach.
BLEACHMEATS baskets decorated with satin rib- Fenor of Gainesville Mrs. Glen \
l "
Hartwig of Tampa, Mrs. Effie : :
bons and forget-me-nots and HAtF
I I morning The group services attended at the Jackson-Sunday filled with rose petals. Little Doyle BaHinger.and Charlie BalUngsrof of!+ Talla PRICE .,

Conner, Jr. attended as ring'bear- Lake City, Doyle Conner
SUNNYLAND GOVT. INSPECTEDHAMS ville Beach Methodist Church hassee, Mr. and Mrs. W.
&yI 4p and swimming and recreation er.The bride, given in marriage by of Green" Cove Springs, Mr.' and .
filled in the remaining time there.
of
Mrs. J. A. Lee and daughter
her father, chose for'her wedding
Chaperoning the were Mr,
party a lovely white silk organza over Deland Mr. and Mrs. J.:M..Vickers -
and Mrs. George Huggins. ,Mr.
of Brunswick,
taffeta gown appliqnied,with Alen- and daughters
and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire and
I Ga., Mr. and Mrs. James Petersof
.. con lace motifs. The-basque waist
Mrs. H. G. Bellinger. and Mrs.
Mr.
Floral City and
featured a scalloped neckline and \
t ro WHOLE or the bouffant skirt swept into a Robert Faulkner of jacks>nv1l1 LADIES SHORTS ,

t W-D "Branded" FULL HALF 49 dk Baptist Youths chapel train. Her finger-tip veil of Mr. and'Mrs. Lewis are'residing I '
Starke.
sheerest illusion was attached toa at 535 W.Madison street

CHUCK LB. Attend Conference .I lace cap. Her only ornaments 3 for $1.00$ "

ROAST The YWA's of the (Madison were pearl earrings and necklace, Presbyterian WomenTo :

GRADE "A" FLORIDA, Street Baptist Church left last a gift from the groom. She car. Meet Tuesday ,

'49'Sirloin Dressed & Drawn 4-6 Lb. Avg. Friday to attend their annual I!ried ''a cascade arrangement of 4W \ ., -, '
1 meeting in Deland. white frenched carnations with Presbyterian :Women of.' the ., '. : } : '
The weekend was spent in Bible velvet leaves and loops of tulle Church will meet' Tuesday as fol- ;

or Baking 'Hensor study, method conferences, and and satin, centered with a white lows: Circle I, Mrs. W? J.., 'Jackson _

ClubSTEAK mission messages. The group re- orchid surrounded by little blue 10 a. m.'Circle 2, Mrs.-W. E. .
turned Sunday afternoon by way forget-me-nots. Dowling 9:30 a. m. Circle 3,'1rtr&1:

: of Daytona Beach. Those makingthe Mrs. Dankel, mother of the Tom Casey 8. p. m. Reg. $5.99. $ Reg. $ .50
trip were Linda Blackwell, bride was attired in a beige chiffon -

LB 39 i. Pat Silcox, Bonnie Nazworth, Lin- gown with a lace bodice com : '
Altar Society S4 MAT'I.
t fc. 89 da Wasdin Mrs. P. T. NbKn, and plemented with matching acces- MOW iRUGS, BATH
Mrs. J. H. Mabry Jr. sories and a Catelya orch'd cor Sets Last Meeting *

PRODUCE' sage.Mrs. Of Year C SETS
I I Pledge RitualOf Lewis, the bridegroom's .' II', .

,. ..... mother chose a, blue lace gown st. Edwards Altar Society s-.will

'FLA. GROWNSTRING Beta Sigma Phi with matching accessories and a hold its last meeting 'of.the:. ..year LADIES '

Set For Monday Catelya orchid corsage. on Tuesday evening, May.9. at, .8 GIRDLES : LADE BETS
Ibs. After toe wedding, a receptionwas o'clock in the parish' halL .
EA2 29c 3'i.
S Beta Sigma Phi sorority will held at the Starke Woman'sClub .... \
of
hold its annual pledge ritual din- where arrangements Recent Births
ner at the home of Mrs.: T. H. white gladioli, chrysanthemums; $2.00 15c'I

Slade 1420 E. Call Street, Monday stock, and baby breath were used Bradford County Hospital announces ,

SUPERBRAND Grade "A" Shipped May 8, at 8 p. m. in decorating. A three-tiered. the following births: I
fountain on the stage, surrounded iUr. and Mrs. Charlie Redding,

.LGE. EGGS 2 89 THE RIGHT POINT for the by greenery and palms, was a. Raiford a soX; Charlie ,LaVerne I .
DOI ; ,
way Tea write. Came in and select focal point. Redding Jr, April. 20, .IINY OTIIER SPECqU.ALL.REDUCED 10 CLEU

your favorite ESTEBBROOK The bride's table overlaid with, -. Mr. and Mrs. James McCarthy, -"' ") .... .-

.. Fountain Pen TELEGRAPH. lace oVer taffeta,-was'draped_:at i vStarke, a'son;Teny"Alan;May 1 ,
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--......!'- .... BRADFORD COCNTT TEL>rOflPQ 'STAftKE.: FLOlfttS: .' ;. T THURSDAY, MAY 4, lVUt

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..:- e iHGf6W6"ft Sing Convention 'Tli'r' ClGhT POCW Arr ..*e tgage on the following: described
4 "' : ; real property lying and being in
.fay you write. Come In and ao-
i I I Bradford County. Florida, to-wit
Farmer's.Di: a i To Meet Sunday !! pct your fatorite ESTEKbKOOE Eegln in the NW corner and go'
.. Urged To Join : M Duattrl ....ri rir.l.lmtc1\ South 100 ft, for point of beginning
B p-JJ thence go East .75 ft. to a point;
The Bradford-Union
Singing
r
Y J3amf McGarveywifere thence i South 100 ft. to a point
t Grain' The' Circuit Court Of The Etgh1Aludlelal I II '!I
ProgramCorn thence West 15 ft. to a point
Convention will meet all day Sun- ,
,
1 ; tin-Hit Of The State Of thence Xorth 100 ft. to point of he
.' i Florida In And ,Per Bradford I. ginning. The above being a part or
we day. >Iay 7, at Bayless Highway :\, i
I'oBBtr. la
bury our garbage.t C'haorrrr.Xo. I the following Southwest Quarter of
BradfordCounty
In
Bradford County Bears -, \ .. 4' "- -- tanners Baptist Church. Everyone interested ; 12-955 I Southwest Quarter of Northwest
e ,' .. who are",interested in theprogram ;; ){Id- tatt' Homes, Inc., a Florida) Quarter, except right of way. Section
,One ,of. the, leading cattlemen'V' but who not in Gospel singing is invited i iI\i Corporation.i Plaintiff v$ Andrew : 25, Township 5 South. Range
: AflLIoriorable have yet I! Jackson and Marie Jackson. his,22 East Containing 10 acres inure
section who'ojibke to take
Nome Is. ; lat filed an. "intention to participate"form part. I, wife, defendants. '''or less. As recorded ire Deed Book
week at.. the short. course i held'at, in touch' XOTICP OF SUIT I 8. Page 639. Bradford County. FInri
are urged get
The State Of
I Florida da.
: We have been watching with interest the festivities in W. .said he favors a cross be.tweeli with the County ASC office without !house to house, explaining the To: Andrew Jackson and Marie i t Done and Orderfd at Slarke,
a part-Brahman coat and date for Bible to individuals. Jackson his wife, whose residenceis Bradford County li"J tfdt: this 29
neighboring Baker County in connection with its Centennialcelebration delay. Closing ac Unknown.Yon day of April 19GLSEAL
an Hereford
i which will come to a climax this Saturday. Many Angus or bull. He. cep.ppIicaons.: originally. set During the week of May 7 Jeh- Are Hereby required to file ( )
creep-feeds: calves from the nr-- written defenses, if Charles \: Darby
has our .rfr o
for been extended to
l
May ovah's
I citizens from here will undoubtedly head for Macclenny this Judging by- the fine results of time[ they are sit_ weeks for Witnesses will be calling on ; aiif. In the above preeeeding with Clerk of the Circuit Court
: his season there will be a much about May] 10. residents of Starke and will tryo I the Clerk of this Court and to By Martin L. CrosbY
weekend to share in the fun, and Bradford will be represented eight: months and they average serve a eopj thereof upon the Plain- Deputy Clerkharry
: in Saturday's parade there ,by our Sheriffs Posse, larger crop of berries next year. about 550 Ibs. As of April 28, csri product-ri answer questions of those in-j i tiff's attorney whose name and address If. HobbsAttorney
I There was a time when berries 01 19 Bradford term had filed terested; in increasing their i 1 appears hereon, on or before i for PlaintiffP.
+ '. a mounted unit'that, has already added color to'many celebrations i1a { the I day of June 1961. O. Box 385Tampa.
fours intention Biblical 1.
: planted were almost -.as good as The indicating tu knowledge. The nature of this proceeding being 1, Florida
in this area, including recent inaugural ceremonies mon y'In the foank. and it looks new administration seems I participate in the %.*)ol feed g'pi ..:n a suit for foreclosure on a mor- 5.4: U 'of

: in Tallahassee. now'as If. with the labor problem to.btf takint: the plight of the j 'eg!:am, accordLij to, Mrs. Mila

Ii I While rejoicing with Baker tit the completion of its first solved, happy days are here a- farmer 'to heart. It, is good,. .at }I red, Sapp county office manager

: hundred years, we should not lose. sight that 1961 also marks galh. ily last,farmer-to hear after concern eight,for long the fam- I of the Conservation Agricultural Stabilization -' FREE! HATS, for the KIDDIES

the Ce ennial Bradford created years f and CoaKtiittee
1 .. of County which was by of hearing him called "ineffi-
I t legislative act in December of 1861., It is doubtful that Bradford Now .that the weather has finally cient.." In an effort to increase farm

t will stage an "all-out" celebration, such as is now being warmed up at night the I income and stop tie :buildup of I

,; ,, enjoyed in Baker, 'tince.Stares Centennial just a few com tobacco and peas will reallygo And now if they will tackle the feed' : grain supplies, the program

f years ago is still so fresh in memory- and satisfied the inner to growing. Of'comse' it. is real problem of marketing, by i! J provides, special who payments to corn
voluntarily
producers
agree
I longing of the- men to wear beards and the women to getting dry and well need some means of which, $1.25 snap beans to divert a portion of the

i .. dress up in hoop skirts. However, it would seem appropriate rain soon to help these.. crops. cOne the housewife aibout 12 cents formerly planted to corn acreage to an I

J: that' some observance should be made of the county's hun- S. a. pound; maybe the .fanner can approved conservation use. .
rI of the pretty sights around again make a decent living. ,
I dredth milestone;; later in the year,- prehaps near the time the county' now is the dauben- Mrs. Sapp reported that 466.0'

of its actual creation by the le lature. tonia also called false poinsiana 1&7 acres of corn' on the "participa

In this connection it is interesting' to learn that the or "purple ratUeb x." The rand ed Formers ting" farms have been signed up* .1 ii

State Board of Parks and Historical \ ; for diversion to conservation uses
Memorials plans to yellow' btosOtns are far prettier Take
Part InACP The f arms,lave} 1959-60 base acreage =
erect a bronze marker on the courthouse grounds commem- than many of our prized cuItMted ,

orating Capt. Richard Bradford.,. for whom the county was shrubs and )It grows around : : totaling minimum i 881.0 acres of corn. .
Th'jr maximum di
Piogrant : and! -
'
named. here like a weed. ,
1r versions for a particular farm are
Capt. Bradford, a native of Madison: was_the first Flori- .: calculated 'from its 195960'base !

N da officer'kil1ed'- in action in the'\Civil War.',,He was 25 years See where a demon satistlcian One hundred sixty-seven Bradfortl' acreage.Negotiable.
I has figured out that ,a, cow'movher' + ( dounty farmers5" participated: Americcrfs finest I
old when he fell\ on' Octobers 9, 1861' during the' fighting jaws on' art of ]in the 1960 Agricultural Conser certificates issued
Santa Rosa Island Pensacola where1' Union'forces average 41,000 as for diversion
near were vation payments' from i
times Program by establishing)
a day. It-is of-interest'that .
J attempting to take Fort Pickeris Capt. Bradford was com corn production have'a.- total val.
:
I V food ftf
', the, female species! was chosen for one or more approved'conservation << edroni
ender of Company y: F". .one_ ,p( the two, ptp.anies from .Leontfoflnty I the- !test'perhaPs oht,the' basis practices. Mildred SaW, countymanager ve'ot'4,383.85-Thee certificates .

that were a'part of the: IslRegimerit of"Florida' In that it )is the female as a, rule of the ,ACP program ari' redeemable either In feed .
gF'lrfa'or in4the' cash"equivalent.
j' fantry. "that talks up a breeze.." stated.
uft td' half the
Since this is Bradford Count Y's Centennial and also the Hftrs. Sapp said that total as bf: earned' on a total farm payment under the to

Centennial observance of the Civil War, it seems fitting All of us .tractor drivers: had I sistance' received' by' farmers Sure 1 feed i grain program rhay be1 diode f ,t3'' ,

that some public ,ceremony, be held in connection with the better quit taking chances' on th inth& year' tai $22,221-Federal l 1i i advance if the farmer requests" t o

1 placing of the marker by the State Board'of Parks and Historical machine rearing over backward, assistance amounted to less; than it;
I as in actual tests the tractor can 50, per;cent of, the coSt,of performing
Memorials. The local chapter United. Daughtersof
and
9 delirious
fli p'over in less than two-fifths the approved conservation
the Confederacy might like to have ,a part in this ,observance of a second. That's not much practices, with the- fannerSthemselves' Jefiovahs I Witnesses, I

whi is.dpubly: : significant i at: this time, and would do time in which to jump, so the .'contributing the remainder Set Special Program .

Honor to the distinguished officer whose name the countyJ' best idea is to keep those front of the cost 4id using

\u ars. wheels on the ground. their own- equipment anl.: labor jtn :For This Sunday

.,. most cases. .' ,
21A
Bucks In Berries Saw a,corn: field out in the I I I The purpose of this cost-share The local congregation of
Je iovah's
country recently with three type" program is to increase the Witnesses will sponsor aspecial1 VARIEtIE;
has-I I extent' arid speed of conservationmeasures I program of activity on t;
Reading our mention last week of the last "real big" tily improvised scarecrows i that are essential 'for Sunday, May 7, when F. R. Eld-
I
One had '
J strawberry year ((1940)) when growers here sold over six. one had only only a a pair shirt of and pants the maintaining the capacity of 'Q.Ur ridge, circuit supervisor for NorthFlorida

million pints for half a million .dollars, 'someone, recalled third only a hat: on..It will be interesting farms-' and ranches to produce will speak, at the King Come. Join' fhe.fun

another. big year:'-1931-which exceeded even those fig to see what happens to sufficient food art! other materials dom Hall, 122' E. Washington n as
; to 'meet future needs.. Mrs. Sapp Street,, at 3 p. m.
I' the corn in> that field for we can another and beauf/fuf
Freeman
new
ures.Going said. ); Shenehon, presidingminister
: back. to otir'files.. that30-Year-a [o era, .we.found Imagine ,that the scarecrow with "of the local
I congregation,
'
'. I thai; 1931 was indeed, a. great year, for the strawberry the pants on Bright fool a. croAn R. She also stated thai faruis carrying :' explains that Jehovah's Witnesses

I ." dd atry Again the growers (through: May) had sold ,around| ( the one with only a- shirt out'the approved conseryatiort w/ha've"an unusual way of propagating
/
I' six-( might do, his share but we're through the'cost-sliarlhg Pi:
,million pints,t but gross receipts were, even greater:than ; 71' ., their religion. They visit theholmes.of
I i iil'1940.(): The income for 1931 was quoted $5i98,169.6b( betting ,that the one. with the hatt' the'gram farmland'represented per cent'of..of- = the people and present
and 54
with the-season not yet over. Quite likely the final'figurest6i oh that's fooled nary a crow; for man J the cropland In the" county.per cent,. their; beliefs to each householder, '
I. no costume to"\Vork in outin
> &d $600,000.00. ti OtiIg'r reading a serieq'of BIqle 'r
p I thel hot sun! Thecounty manager' also" ,said Trade mark I
. I f The recollection of those! pr.ospero.us"pa: .,seasons ,should I .' I that .the 1961, ACP p rnffessen' =\ >texts.t ,Every member admitted .'

\ t, inspire,growers,to redouble; their efforts..to ,bring the strawberry i Alice saw a summer tanager t!: ially the: same as lanai. ye tA' foflir2fellowship is, basically 4
I
,Mr. Shenehon
f back 'to its former pre-eminence ,in Bradford Count ty. our place this week; a beautiful Farmers, what need help with new preacher declares
. arid" liar the duty to from
'{I They have made a good start. this year and should "take i it red' bird with' dark colored wings. and additional': consprvatibripratlces' c- go tOPENS i TOMOROW 8
should' contact the .
from there. Also had a visit by a plicated countyASC ._'
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-
woodpecker [who has a flaming office: Funds ate very limited -
It was in
encouraging to sit last
a meeting
.
growers _
l' ) ,- Mrs; Sapp states, but each '

i k. 'i! Thursday that plastic night mulch and is Hear here the to stay.opinion"Without unanimously plastic expressed I' would red down him.crest in the and-wheahe yard',(the cat swooped ilmostgot will granted. be considered-if possible.and. assistance request Yt"1o- 0,.Y'. .' I a A- SATURDAY- MAY 5 & 6 8;

n't
have berries: ; is the way one grower expressed it, and i 5 I .. l
i others ;
were equally affirmative in their approval. Sam went, fishing Saturdaydown CARD OF THANKS.Our

\ This is not,,.to.say that all, the "bugs" have been worked. I at Ol"ange'and Lochloosa thanks .

I out of the use of plastic yet, and there is still some difference !takes and before going' he had heartfelt to all who I

l'I of Opinion as to the best time to plant, how much fe P- visions of bagging a whopper extended and'help in comforting,our recent sympathy' sorrow. 2'

tilizer to use, and other practices. But growers attending bass* and winning One of the prizes For the beautiful ,service .floral ,
the meeting were unanimous in offered for tagged fish. All a
declaring their belief in" offerings and other kindnesses '

plastic. mulch and the important part it'has,played in help he got, though, was a'lot of exercise we, are deeply, grateful. The family I CAN. B1 A ___'I- andOFFEi .
and _
a good sunburn.
i ing start the strawberry industry ort the upgrade Brad i of William-Thomas Murrhee,
ford County.If Sr. ALL DAY..,
We have some tomatoes plan .
enthusiasm stays at its present high level) and the bed --. 1 4 .
the
i
eo on top of berry and THE RIGHT POINT for tie 1
determination to use and further develop improved growing they look pretty good. But the way'you write. Come tar and select DEALER 7 BOTH OAfS I;

t practices persists, it may not be too many ;years before best looking tomato plant on the rO at;' favorite ESTERBItOOK .
oitcf Be. '
Bradford County can boast of another half.million dollar place is a'vOlunt er growing ,Fonrttab Pen; TEL>rGitaP'iia youi You're invited be our guest as anolhef new arid beautiful Spudhut Shdp

strawberry crop. ,, ,- OWN BOSS! opens and. its free Spudnuts and Coffee."ott the house" all day both
V I days!: You'll,) see how those delicious
._ Spud 1Ufs' are made you'll taste
The Russian Formula* Spring TYcicfr Sale' prsi You can' own your own their tantalizing'goodness, and then Y ou'll'anderstand why Spudnutl and

i jSpudnut Shop in the town of Spiidnut Varieties are truly America's finest Food Confections!' A tumtn '

Soviet Russia has staged, a dramatic demonstration,,just BEST DEAL ANYWHERE o\i\ 8fe\V\ '&: USED TRUCKS your your choice own' boss; and, wtth"a yon ran the be'' finest tempting ingredients eating" experience to the for every' member of the family, made of-
off the coast,of Florida of the exclusive Spudnut formula
methods she plans to use in benefits of working for yourself duct -every Spudnut pro-
taking over the world! l by "peaceful"'means, ; you can build'a solid and is fluffy' as the softest''.cloQd, coca g)'.p ticked, digestible! Come and

The technique carefully tested elsewhere, worked per 0 SALES PARTS SERVICE seeord'' future' for your family see--and join the fun!

fectly in (CuSa. Here's the outline:1)) Quietly plant a small 1 ahd: yourself with an invest \.

army ofqU' trained stooges in the right' places; 2)) Use ment surprisingly small. Earn +a i
I them to whip ,fanatical enthusiasm by promising'the'local l n A T) r n T 0 CHEVROLET. AND Sptodflur ,Dealer receive: tho fcmourFrejh ; : .

) citizens anyth lgtthat will tempt them; 3)) Whet tHe right iU D L IV 1 J OLDSMOBILE, Assistance in finding, Iota, r udkr /, e
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moment arrives have",the stooges shout "stop: 'thief r at the Green Cove Springs Ph. $033 tion, layout and decorationof .

top of their lungs and get everybodycHasing, after'n imaginary store. + ?Weed they ore- A ne.ondd,6lrtht fry;

\ intruder; 4)) Then, while everyone is thus occupied,, 1 .....')0",. < ;. ." Complete training In own'8l1op ?. mode several timedailylDefictourf rat IMt soYs"04'O.. You've
never Choie of .
(no experience icingfvowrmowlh ; .ocfdelCious
take: over lock, stock, and barrel; 5)) Filially-stay on'and P ',' ). net'e8safy tested such mouth-woter- beef will Milt M'
run the country, and ing goodness! !
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purge everyone who objects. HAiiENTIT e 50-50 Cooperative Advertising afiYn V--.w _. '.f.
When such smooth technique) is employed across. th'e MEN! : Program. 65c Doz. 60c" Doz.SomethingnewCoodiWonmoreTThot't. a

ocean,. we're apt to shrug it off. But\when'it! happens on our. *' Complete Merchandising Pro-

I ( drsteP-that's something else again. The happenings. LEAEift TO OPERATE grama.e .. 1

the past few weeks have taught us all wHat President Tru '(9utant'superviSIon by District
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fihally had to face last summer, and what President' Ken ,dew Products, and Recipesfrom

I nedy now must face: that there is no basis of> compromise SCRAPER BULL DOZER : ,Spndsut Test Kitchens.
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TheCuban fiasco ; CLAM ; !
was a hard blow'to take, but if it nas A : any; ; whot jrou'll w 1'when you jie'oWTiitJe"Spurfnut
j finally-alerted' the' Ameriean' people to the danger we face: Trained 'Men Are Ferran No" royalties to pay. : j Voneties-in wide idectiofe mh
t it Rill have served: ,worthwhile' ..purpose. g _q h goy ond colorful K+ngi.toppwgt.ond iMfor
f .- Other $165 Per, Week MS* PfinjJP' KELLOGG:, JB, I yenobte Spudnut goodneu!Try'enl! '
Spodnot District'Manager Is}in a r .from 78c Doz.
Complete training gives you. Actual experience on. machines .
THE BRADFORD COUNTY Stark, Florida' for" the '
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ESTABLISHED 1870 at our' resident: 'training center= with eB ploy."" : of' thft 'nation's Jiipwest"SpBdntrt ,
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II!.LO. III Under TheMasthead Same NOW I I Universal, Equipment; without oMIgation.complete
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t i $..5. E. L. MATTHEWSEditor Jobs In heavy construction, 407 Faber, Driver WHY NOt GET 1
botfdlB; roads, bridges, | Orlando; T&
( : and Owner dams'; P J 1M'' lines, airfields. Name, u Age STARTED. NOW? Trade mcrk: :

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//9fKic/nufSfop, / |I i,Lake Air.City Smith Utah.states that an outstanding -I; W.Sapp keitr.of New of Brooker River. ,Dave Mrs.', E.Shaw A.I.l M. .re .. : .. t -*. .Sheriff-. .. r,' set.., s'I I 1,000 Enjoy i !, : [; --- ...

,_>em'ng Friday I feature of the' openingthis of LaCrosse, and Mrs Waldo I Schedule' for week' of Mrch-1 Big Dad Witli-; Plaque. I Forest' Service. .,
,. :weekend, will be ireF ,Spud-: Pringle, Auburndale.' Mrs: Prin- 'Sunday _::Church ; : Fish Fry SERVIC
E I nuts and will win until I : Sheriff P.,D. Reddish tt\la 'ekpresented I
all and gle remain
301 North coffee day Friday them j a. JQ. Morninj :Worship, li a.: m. ;
4 tot i vaw da'J. "We'd, like everyone in Wednesday.4 '. t j Shack,. )uppei for'MYF. ,6 P. a framed. certificate t ,toBig More than 1,000 ..persons trom) .. ,\
Starke ani ife; trade area to drop 1fr. ani Mrs. John. Spence and ,: YOU&, 14efingst 6:30: p. m. m'l i Dad Manufacturing'.! ; t ,Co; pf Bradford and Union 'bounties en- } f.
1"- Another in the rapidly growing in and try Spudnuts a new exciting daughter, Diane, of Jackfonville' 1
; : .< j? m. Evening: ", ,,. firm., contribution., ,. joyed the fish fry given)last Fri-
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s -J..!: 'stem of Spudnut, Shops formally taste thrill for every member were Sunday dinner guest of the Worship,c:3&: p. jp.: A nursery }isinrovWed in I i to the floJide@.J'f. ..Boysanch r
!t"! ens. this Friday and Saturday at of the family" he added. | O. E. Crosbys. I ior ,both! services .each'Salida in s day.afternQ.on at the Florida For-], J S'r w
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.." .' location five miles north oi Mr. Smith:) explains that Spud-i Mrs. Spencer Crews and children r.. \ .1t wannee, .County. est Service- fire- prevention head? t '
., sae> U. S. 301. Carl H.. contribution, made, Big Dad. a ,
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of
SR 100 west
nuts are made from a special 'of Auburndale visited Mr. quarters on '
a. Tuesday -/Juilds.One and Two i ,,
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J,, $mlth is the owner and ope ator.! Mend of the finest wheat flour,{ and Mrs- P. S. Crews and her will }have Ellelr pledge any installation member.. of the.. Ranch's.,r. _. Founders Starke. I SALES k ;
The coast-to-coast system ofiSpudnut 'powdered whole bro '1cr-in-Iaw and sister ':Mr. i Club, Sheriff Reddish. said in expressing u
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eggs especially- : ervice! in the sanctuary; Visitors to the station .enjoyed i't' .
[ Shops! now has nearly i prepaid potatoes, milk solids and and Mrs. Milo: seigler last Satur- ; 7 ((6 p.: m- .Circle .4 ,will .meet"at i I appreciation:: for the\ car inspecting, the flre-fig ting equip-J JI Iro SERVICE
|400 dealerships with eacn; shop; other ingredients, all blenied: ini day. r the home of Mrs. Est<)n Jordan. ,I contribution.. .
individually owned ani operated i. ment.climbing the fire tower, and!
i i a secret formula. They 'raised''i
are Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Murphy re- 8 p. m. -/vor
: under franchise arrangement with j in a proof box. like all fine pas-' Gently returned from a two weeks,! I were given a first-hand look at'' RCA=v CTOR RED
: Pelton's \Wedn day .Story Hour for, SOUTI1SIDE, CHURCH .OF
Spudnuts. Inc. of Salt ..
I .'xi -!' tries, then cooked in quality I'I visit with relatives in Thomasville [: Primary Department,'3:30 p. m. CHRIST "' ': the way the unit operates when a ,
i 9 shortening, and finally glazed and Moultrie, Ga. I Prayer Meeting" and Bible 'Study, couple of ,fire calls were received >:o A RADIO !WOodland SERVICE ON

9R :u;ar-coated, or chocolate Iced- J, C. Wallace was able to return I i. 7:30: p.,m.TSiureday. 3 Mi. S.. on 301.. during ,the course of the fish fry.Members : 4_REPAIRS 4-69O1 ALL MAKES I
Other Spudnut varieties offered home after being cnfined to the : Prayer group meetsin ; of the Forestry Committees ------------
'I Sunday Bible Classes 10 'a.
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here will be Spud-Over Fruit hospital for several days.bits. Fellowship Hall, ?::30 a.: -m. 0
of both counties hostson
I, Pies m.; Assembly Worship kith the were SHEPHERD
a deep-cooked fruit turnover '' %
C. J. Johns is in Alachua'
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this occasion. The is
; with Load's Supper, 11 fish fry
a flakey crust filled a. m.; EveningAssembly
t :. I1Q1EiA with a choice of several delicious where General she Hospital underwent in surgery Gainesville last j Jacksonville.1 Worship, '6:30: p. m. an annual event to get the public D..-CREEN<, OWNER__ -.r _. '. E. OIL STAJM '
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a fruits; Spudnut:: Buttons Robert .Lee better .
and week. We wish her a speedy re- Williams Negro' Wednesday ;Bible Classes acquainted with the Forest
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4 Bows, with a topping of fresh,i same. as-' above.- 7:30: p. m. Service personnel and facilities.;
coconut and cherries; and Spud-
a aF nut Perisans, tangy cinnamon1,covery.Mayor's IIIIt, : = .
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1 !ayers with frosting. I f Court I i I

Prom one small shop back in
i 1946, the Spudnut system. now '!, Just eight cases were disposed, '
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extends across the country and of by Mayor w T. (Billy]) Jack :
i i into Canada, and Alaska, with, son in Mayor's Court Monday. ,
.i.a mare: units opening every week-I Douglas Whitten Reynolds, dis- Ladies and Gentle
The formula was developed in!| orderly conduct, sentenced to five'
I IfDACTI.BLE Pill Salt Lake City by Al and Bob days in jail or a fine of '$27.50. I III' | enWE
,N Pelton. II'{ Robert Lee Williams, Negro,''
1ItixrJ"l lo j I driving without a license, five
i ;Yu I ITYYYYYYYTYYVTVYYYYYYYYYYSTATE ,I'' days in jail'of a fine of 2750. it i I.
rr t, John p. Hackett, unlawful: ,;
l RAcTA'Pe 'SA FARM j speed, forfeited bond of $$27.50. !I
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Braxton Zenedee Freeman, reck- ,. .
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I By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. i less driving, forfeited bond of; .. p

E KING SIZE PENIIttittfrabnsthUndy I $37.50. I I !I
I. James N. MoCrary, public intoxication I
bel Friends of Mrs. P. S. Crews will: forfeited bond of -' .. i !
6tt! ;pM b >your bokmce hand per-to I'be glad to know that she was.' $37.50. j i I ,f;, ._ ,, I I i
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.'.youemo huh Tensiot,. able to return home Tuesday Henry Mays, Negro, public intoxication -, 4J"
w 9F IA from the hospital in Lake City forfeited bond of I CANDIDATES t '.! I
SIZE''INKSUPPLY and is getting along fine. $27.50. '
Howard McCoy, Negro, ;..): ; ." .
I i Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. possession I i
"JUdock.M.of.WcDTOH !. Crews were Mr. and Mrs. Bill !! and transportation of moon-
cartridge runs Richardson of Jacksonville, Mrs.Ncra shine whiskey, case transferredto
IIIhIeMtb of pen... Sapp and .daughter :Mrs.. J. the State Beverage Dept. inFREE .

wries....... and o ref writes jilt; with I! I In The May 16th Election ": 'I.
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'K' YtSE..BUY Gift Wrapping KOCH'S DRUG I II I I,,
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H3MJOitft3 yow woold SURPRISE :_:; iHOAION i iI ', 'q' \u
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Our :MAIN\ and :MOST\ IMPORTANT business is PRE Ie So s .., 1 .
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Irr "IE E cern*' You get ONLY what your doctor prescribes at i 1 ''I:

its PEAK of FRESHNESS. VOLUME,is what does it. ., If
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CALL 96l-4401 THE. LEGAL LICENSEE ,::;::.,:.1: ,- ;/ :, THE BOOTLEGGER

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1. He is a local citizen, carefully screened before licensedto 1. He is a criminal, a gangster, a law violator of the first .

sell alcoholic- beverages. i order. .

2. He pays taxes, supports local charities, owns property ,, .' -,, 2.He contributes, nothing. our, community except crime
Strickland's Landing : and_ is res. peet d. :':': ;"He pays) no taxes, he supports no worthy causes,
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i .. ..., 3.: He is not interested in our youth. ,He, sells alcoholic f, '
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i On Kingsley Lakes 4. He does not sell alcoholic beverages to the youth, the leverages to anyone. His only concern is the price i
t i intoxicated. of the- bottle., He sells on Sundays and at all 1 1 hours. I t

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f '" Now Open! I t 5. He does not sell alcoholic beverages: after closing. hours' d. He breeds disrespect for all laws He is looked upon I

prescribed by law by tote youth as a sort of hero. I
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6. He does not sell alcoholic\ ,beverages .on ,Sundays; 5. He creates additional_ 1 problems for our law enforcement
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FAMILY GROUPS i belief. 6. He ped les poison* moonshine. .. ." i! '
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CHURCH PICNICS You will have ,a chance to vote for this candidate on 7. He operates. ,wherever' Prohibition exists. ., J
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May 16th. He will live up to his promises. He ,will help ,(the '

CLUB. OUTINGS local law enforcement agencies enforce the liquor laws fey Will! you vote for this candidate? 'Would you be proud i

making it unprofitable the bootlegger to operate. 'in, to tell ypur friends,and relatives; that you voted for a bootlegger (_

Bradford County. ?If you, vote "No"on May 16th, you will cast a vote i

We urge our fellow .citizens to j join with ,us in castinga for this criminal.j Every .time; you: vote for. prohibition you :

vote for. .the Legal Licensee which ,will. be a rote for better vote for ,the bootie gg er. If It 'were'not for Prohibition, the

i SPACIOUS GROUNDS TO ACCOMMODATE f law- enforcement- increased revenue to our county and_ bootlegger owl d not exist.i Prohibition makes j>lace for

city and increased trade for our' local merchants. him it ti ekes it possible for him to operate.

f LARGE GROUPS [
''''e urge our fellow citizens, to, give _this most_ serious,' matter, a great .deal 1 of thoughf. We believe that you will, after t ".thinking about the
matter carefully, vote to 40 away .with'sailed Prohibition in ,Bradford ,
: County. We believe that, you will agree with us that; the time has.
i BOATS FOR RENT COTTAGES FOR RENT to make i change in the method of handling the sale' of alcoholic) beverages in our count)". We believe that{ you u will'vote: for law come and'

I t I i- order t '.and do. away with a law that ;cannot be'enforced.VOTE 1 I


I' Bring The Family And Enjoy The Water Sports: FOR THE LEGAL, LICENSEE-VOTE, : 1 .. )- -AG- INST THE r- BOOTLEGGER" "..

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WATER SKIING-BOATING FISHING = SWIMMING .
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way yoa write. Come I In The Name .Of The State Of
lect in and se I .. =- son of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus, Florida To: '
your favorite
Fountain ESTER ROOK. of Starke. Ine2 S. Htrndon-<* E: C. King
Pen TELEORAPH Tornadoes Route 4, Eastman, Georgia.
Close Season i You!: are hereby notified that a
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With Pair Of Victories -r-\.. ... A: I i A. E. Musey. Pastor and Herndon cause In, and the you above are named hereby Court summoned -

ANOTHERAmerican I ordered! and required: to file
Bible school. 10 a. m. your written anSOWE'r.or Uefenaea to
I Riding the comeback trail this i round out the explosive i I Preaching. 11 the complaint in said cause In the
inning. I Airman.2-c William a. m.
H. Tanner
Clerk of
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office of the
week the
I Tornado baseballers J' DeVore' was the leading batter son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tan-i i j Even!.lg Service, 7:30 p. m. the Circuit Court at Starke..Florida,
Dream notched their 10th and llth vicj I before the 18th day of May
\ with "two RBI's on three hits nero recently,graduated from the j I Bible Study and Prayer Meeting on or
tories after two consecutive defeats : I A. D. 1S61 and to serve a copy
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to close _ ,
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regular I whose addressis
two hits. Marty Crosby hurled ator course at Keesler AFB, :] plaintiffs attorney .
season with 11-4 Miss.t I P. O. Drawer 791, Starke. Florida
COMES a proud record. :
TRUE! 5 2-3 I I t, BAPTIST CHURCH
Coach innings and allowed the single 4 In his new assignment in : on or before said date a!? required
Charles Francis. '\porllngthe hit in a fine Philippines Airman Tanner will i by the Laws of "Florida and the
performance.
..111 baseball blues all last week Sunday School, 10 a. m MornIng Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.If .
had a restful weekend after his Jackson who started, had to yield -' operate radio receivers, frequency i Worship. 11 a. m. Training you fail to do so, a decree pro
: to Crosby after he meter equipment and onfpsso will be entered against you
You walked will Intercept
'. Can. Build Your. team unleashed a 10 hit attack to men In the f1rstinmng. two : simplex and related communications -- i Union 6:30: p. m. E enin/ Worship 'or the relief demanded In the complaint -

down Fernandina's hapless Pirates 7:33 p. m.
last Friday 13-7. Down Fernandina signals for analysis. Prayer Meeting. Wejn sday. This, notice shall be published
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"JUNE Keesler-training
.BRIDE"A Still riding their hot streak the In finally bagging the tenth -form the personnel per- 7:30: p. m. weeks in the Bradford County. Tele-
everyday .tasks of keeping -
Tornadoes rapped, out 10 win from Fernandina Pastor Rev. Barney Sweat. raph.
last
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: the aerospace force in a con- Witness my hand and the seal ofald
.. BEAUTIFUL. NEW hits Tuesday for a 10-2 win over day. Coach Francis.experimented I stant state of readiness. j Everyone welcome.WI Court lot Starke, Bradford.
Lake City a team which handed I with regular third-baseman Lane County. Florida this 18th day of

them their first defeat earlier in Clark on the mound. Clark pitched j I. c. r. u. (\pril.CIRCUIT A. D.COURT 161. SEAL)

t E. H. HOME the season, 4-1. creditably until the fifth.when Julius S. Kowatch. fireman apprentice CHARLES A. DARBY. Clerk of

Thre Tornado pitchers allowed the Pirates tallied three times and U. S. Navy. recently "THREE OUNCES OF ALCQ- the County Circuit, Florida.By Court. of Bradford
I graduated from the Electrician'sMate
the Tigers but one hit, a single, I Francis relieved him with Crosby. HOL CAN TURN A 3,000 POUND : Marian! L. Crosby
., Crosby shut the School at the Naval Train- Df'putClerk
Tuesday as Francis Juggled'hislineup door'after that CAR INTO A MISGUIDED -MIS- 4-23 4t 5-U
: 'Casey and the Starke hurlers ing Center, Great Lakes. Ill. He "
.Stengel style in allowed SILE.: .
PRICES FROM gaining his llth victory in the the Pirates only six safeties. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius- (AMERICAN ISSUE.) .t" -__:-__-- : i M

last game of the regular season. Johnny DeVore led the Tornado Kowatch Route I, Starke. -

Outfielder Emory Eunice, who s' 10-hit 13 run attack on ,, .' 'tt _ 4I WILLIAMS

I $$22O0I pitched the final Inning of the three Fernandina pitchers with a t Pvt. William T. Carter, son of MITCHELL'S ,

contest and retired the Tigers in perfect 3-for-3 day at the plate. Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Carter. Footwear Special18tttJarman
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order ended the season with a The ace batsman drove in two Route 1. Lawtey. recently completed S Shoes for Men JEWELRY ,
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bang by knocking a 353-foot two- runs,. scored_ four 'times himself, Senior trackman Charles .McLeod is about to explode from his the 11-week basic ordnance I

I NO DOWN PAYMENT run homer, his first of the year. anti mocked the tea l's only extra starting position in another of his record breaking 440-yard da' hes. electronics course at the Signal,' Rhythm.Tarman Step. Vitality Jr. for Boys for Ladies ,WATCHES .- i>DIAMONDS

Starke's big inning' came in the base rap a double. McLeod last week broke the school record for the 440 with a 52.4 I School Fort Monmouth. N. J. He Orthopedic Shoes for Infanta REPAIRS

fifth with six t runs crossing the Shortstop Woody Strickland effort, half a second better than the previous mark at 52.9. I received training in basic elec- On The Square Gainesville Fla. AU Work GuaranteedA.

ON YOUR plate on walks to Lane Clark and aid Clark had two hits each with tronics and repair and mainten-

Kenney Terrell who were driven Strickland crossing the plate three I Slow Power ance of integrated fire fire control In The Circuit Court Of The Elldatla Williams
Florida In Aad
Jnaicnl Circuit Of
: home on successive singles by ti nes. Utility infielder Gary Kou- and guided missile equipment. A F.r Bradford CvBntr. In Chancery 142 W. Call St.

LOT Eunice and pitcher Marty Crosby. ba, a sophomore came up with 1960 graduate of BUS Carter en-! Ca.r No. 147IDIVORCE? Starke Fla.

Center-fielder Dewey MaKinney some sparkling defensive tered.the Army last November and
play and Wondal M. Herndon. Plaintiff. vs T '
,
: then doubled in Eunice and Cros reached base four times on a Thinclads Take received his basic training at Fort Inez S. Herndon Defendant. '' II : ,--: = J

by. Sophomore Bill Jackson drewa ingle and three walks. Jackson, S. C. Order Of Publication And Notice- -

: ALL YOU NEED walk advanced on a fly by Gary .

Kouba and was singled by one of Charles W. Robinson, an Army Learn A Well-Paying ProfessionHair

:. IS A DEED AND Johnny DeVore's three singles to keystone Tourney 2nd At Ribault Specialist-5 whose wife Virginia

YOU CAN OWN lives at Brooker has been assigned -
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to the 806th Now!
Engineer Battalion Styling Enroll!

: YOUR HOME Garden Leading Action I, Tornado thinelads scored 37% their effort toward another state I II at Fort Benning, Ga. Robinson is ,

Begins points in the Ribault: Invitational i i.I championship for BHS when they serving as a plumber In the bat- and ,

-. Softball track meet last Friday night to' enter the district meet in Gainesville talion. He entered the Army in Pay-As-U-Learn

League cop second place, beating out starke won the state track:
1955
and was last stationed in
? Wonderful Styles With Five WinsAfter In Gainesville several AA powers. SOnly : championship in 1955 under Coach Korea. Beauty Culture \L T Weekly Tuition

Lee of Jacksonville, could I. James C. Hobbs.Preliminaries -

:: 2-3 Bd. Homes best the Tornadoes' superb" ef-i will begin at 3 Kenneth,Tyus an ensign in the WRITE OR CALL

two weeks of play the .Starke will challenge defending fort. Starke outscored Fletcher i I p. m. tomorrow with finals at U. S.-Navy, recently graduated CENTRAL HAIR-STYLING COLLEGEMember

::1 Finished Garden Restaurant has added two champions P. K. Yonge this afternoon Ribault, Jackson, Forrest, Palat- :
or I 14:3Q. from the Basic Naval Aviation National Ass'n, of Cosmetology Schools
when the Keystone Conference 1 ka Landon and
more wins for a 5-0 record to Bishop Kenny
I Officer School at Pensacola NAS. 218 SE 1st St. Gainesville Fla Ph. FR64105
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: \ j maintain their lead in the City Baseball Tournament gets Paxoru.Lee's. Generals had 54

UnfinishedI j I Softball League. under way at 6 p. m. on Harris points to win the meet decisively.Big .I I.City Council Backs .,.-- ..----.-

Garden handed Lawtey'o Chiefs Field in Gainesville. Tornado Sam Gardner was 1 t

z= COMPARE a 10-3 loss and also beat Company Seven teams will !be battling St rke's big gun as he scored 10 I Ji.: $:,>"."<$.' BD 1. I

i c 22-0 for an easy victory. The for title honors in the tourney, points in winning, both the shot Bond TrusteesContinued '

j Professors were idle to hold their which features three games today, put and discus. Big Sam sailed I

:I. E. H. HOMES second. place position in league none Friday and three Saturday. the disc-145% to set a new meet
20 Words or less OM time ____ .85 Memorials, Resolutions ___ 60 ward
j standings. Lawtey ,topped Presbyterian The Tornadoes 'will meet Mac- record in that event. He also hurledtheshot5l'a per
t [ from Page One] If not paid in advance ______ 1.00 JCards of Thanks to 60 words .
: I 17-12, but two ''defeats to 'clenny in thefirst game of a twin to break his own up L.., 1M 1,

AND J| the Garden and Panthers 27-3 till at 6 tonight. If successful they record as well as set a new meet pie"Avenue when city sewers over- Keyed or Mind Ada ___ __ _.____ 1M Over 50 words 5c pr word -

1 left them in a third place tie with 'Will tackle the winner of the San- record. His old mark was 50-5 set flowed Each additional word over 20 ______ t3 Display ads in Classified __ 1.SGper tack

100% Financing:I 2-2 record.: ta Fe--Live Oak contest at 1 p. earlier this season at the Lee Ordered grading of South -- -

;i I m. Saturday. Invitational in Jacksonville. Street back of'Sctzers, where traffic -I FOR RENT Unfurnished, 3 bedroom FOR RENT One store building, FOR SALE: The \VhIte Top Prlvs-
The win
Panther's over Lawtey I II house at 655 Clark Rt:; large and one small unfurnished house at In Restaurant located In Rt. 21 between
\ lifted, them into third.place.tie, I The next step wouid be.the finals -' Freshman Tom Gardner, Imi -'I has become heavy from businesses -I lot. near school. Phone 9841581. T. 321 Temple. Phone WO 9-2981.tfch : Keystone .Heights and Mel-

AND YOU'LL SEE THE I with the Chiefs but on game : to"be1 played at"8 p. m. 'Saturday ..'proving i with every meet, tossed established in the area. l T Long. '3t chg 5-11 rose. Complete. including J1V 1'qua.rtE'rs.
I the, shot 45-7 to take fifth Asked Clerk Edwards to FOR SALE Five room block An investment worth your
place. advertise
REASON night with Starke -
FOR 'THE BIG was rained out. Company C Is favoredto FURNISHED ,P"RT1IESTHOVIiE house. Will sell reasonable. Call 964- while. 4tp 5-ia
RUSH TO OUR 'holding down fifth place. with a take the tourney. Junior Hallie Seymour, a big for bids on lube oil for gen- I FOR SAI.K 0863. 2tp 5-4

NEW win three defeats. Schedule: gun in the Tornado powerhouse,. erators in the city's power plant Six apartuekts, :21 rooms Ii.atla. Foil KENT Mrs. Clark's furnished
I single against
MODEL HOMES At { '; .. Two klock fr... P. O. FOR SALE 1959 Allstate Crusaire cottage. Eleotrical kitchen. Single or
:' and Presbyterian occupies the i.. Today 3:30 p. m., Santa Fe I' got Starke's only other blue ribbon PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS 210 X. Cherry. See owner J. R. Scooter. J250.:! G L. Estep, Rt. 1 (oouJ1l only. Phone 964-1545. tfchg

400 W. I cellar with an 0-4 record. : vs. Live Oak; 6 p. m., Starke vs: as he tied for first place witha CHURCH BuUtBglea. Box 440. Keystone Heights. Stp Fla.5-' FOR SALEWir.ker couch and 2
Madison
St. Schedule for next week: Tuesday -, ilacclenny; S:30 p. In. P. K. Yongevs. i 6-1 leap in the high jump. The Tfehb chair. Reasonably Rrlced. Phone
Green Cove.Saturday down Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn 964-1001. Itchg
also
I lanky jumper pegged _
Phone 964-8641 May 9: Professors vs Lawtey RADIOS REPAIRED WANTED To buy Deer Antlers
Chiefs, 7 p. m. 1 p. m., winners of third place in the 180 yard low ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic AU Makes -' All Models will pay up to IS. Ritch's Fruit and FOR SALE Green Beans II ham-

11: Panthers ,vs the Starke-Macclenny and Santa hurdles with a time of 21.5 to services, 7:30: p. m. Reasonable Charges Guaranteed Gift Shop. Ztchg 5-4 per. Bring your hamper and you
Institute Thursday May pick. Mrs. Trinks. Lake.
For Fe-Live Oak contest 3:30 round .out an eight point effort. "Come, let us reason together." fcHEPHERD.S RADIO and TV Hampton
Garden Restaurant, 7 p. m. Law- ; p. m., lams Green OwBer FARM ____Itchg
Essential Housing tey Chiefs vs Presbyterian, 8::45. Fernandina vs. winner of P. K.- Tornado pole vaulters were off .112 R. Call St. Pfcome M4-8S01 Equipment For, FOR SALENewZ' Vedroom house.

Friday. May 12: Panters vs Pro-, Green Cove game 8 p. m., finals. form but all three still placedin CHRISTIAN CHURCH Starke. Fla. Plowing Small down payment rest UK* rent.
Junior Irwin Mar- Carl Clarke Minister Phone WO 4-1398. Itp
Garden RestaUrant the running. :I .
,\ :ssors. 7 p. m. TRADE OR SELL Planting;
vs Company C, 8:45 p. m. Junior tin had the best effort with a 12 SUNDAY SERVICES $1500.00 Equity in 3 BR C B Home INDUSTRIAL FOR RENT OR S.\LE1- 3 bedroom
-I HighTracksfers foot leap for second place, a halfa 10:00: a. m. Bible School( ) in Gainesville. For Equal Value unfurnished house. 609 pinewood
House or lot in Starke. Equipment For Every Job Drive. Phone 964-0311. Dick Thomas.
foot below his best jump of the 11:00: a. m. Worship and Com "
Lot Fenced
100 X 101 Corner __ tfchg
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Win year. Lynwood Walters tied for munion. Ideal For Children Developed Superior Tractor Co.
Weekend Lawn & Shrubbery, Carport and FOR RENT One ,furnished cot-
I TUNE-UP third place at 11-6 and William 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship. Utility Rm. Screened Porch With Phone EV 9-6772 tage on lake by season or week.
$$4.95 I In GainesvilleFollowing Silcox tied for fifth at 11 feet Laundry Rm. Close In-Near Klrby- 5353 W. Beaver JacksonvilleFor $35 per week or $100 per ,mo. Mrs.
I Smith. See after 5:00 P. M. Or Wk Trinks. Hampton Lake. tfchg
Special! even., I Ends For Terms. 1034 N. E. 5th ,'"
I Darby Stars Radio-TV I'I Ave. Ph. FR 2-580S. Gainesville. ltp Rent :3 room and bath nice- FOR SALE 4 bedroom masonry
Plus Parts in the foot-steps of RepairNEEL ly furnished cottage. Available Feb. home with 10 acres. ,of land. Located
the varsity Bradford's junior high Half-miler Mike Darby, a junior 1. Phone WO 4-2%ftl. Margaret How- off 301 on Morgan Rd. Phone 914-
trackmen took only third place in Fridays WE HAVE a new Ivan program for ard. jtfchg 6351. ftp 3-11
completely dominated farmers. Loan 01 1 to I year
I Santa Fe, Gainesville High and meet !but set a new Bradford for th. entire credit requirements DUE TO BUSINESS EXPANSION, FOR SALE: FRAME: HOME. Can
: P. K. High School record in 2:03.1.: of the farmer and his tam WE ARE IN POSITION TO OFFER be financed. End of Euclid St I
TIRE SALE Yonge In a meet in Gainesville ihs MOBILE RADIO ily. Gainesville' Hrbdirtlon Credit DETERMINED MAN. OR WOMAN blks. South on Alton Rd. J. W.
Saturday. Darby has been edging time Association. tIC! Worth lam OPPORTUNITY TO EARN $50, OR Thomas. tfcbg
Starke down all season and his determina- Gainesville Pla. -fca MORE EXTRA PER WEEK.
lOt so far ahead that 234 N. TEMPLE AVE. SERVE ESTABLISHED CUSTOM. IN CITY POUND Bird dogs.
points were. not even kept. The tion Is just beginning to pay off. FOR RENT :3 room apartment. ERS WITH NATIONALLY ADVER- Pointer-1 female and 1 male red
Determination also seems to be I Electric kitchen. Air Conditioned. TISED WATKFNS PRODUCT. 3 and white spots. Owner may have
< local winners by events were: (located in North Florida Phone WO HOURS AFTERNOONS PXUS 6 by identifying paying board and
6.70x 15 - - $$11.95> 100-yard dash-[1] Tdmmy Mc- paying large dividends to senior Supply Co. store) 9-1545 Christian oouple only. tfchg HOURS SATURDAY DEVOTED TO advertising cost. Contact City Po
j sprinters Marion Cottle and Char- THE BUSINESS AND YOU SHOULD lice. Itch I'
Lendon 11.1 [41 J.
; W. Dukes. EARN ISO OR MORE PER WEEK. -
880-yard; relay-[,41 Starke [J. les McLeod, two boys who have Phone WO 45521If COLONIAL FLORIST WRITE WATKINS. 659 W. PEACH- WANTED -R. N. 'or L. p. x Nurse
BLACK TUBE TYPE Plus Tax W. Dukes drawn much praise from Coach Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. TREE ST.; N. E. ATLANTA. OA. for relief work. 4 days. a week.
Bob
McLeod Bob
Stehir S-18 Jtwotm'" Hospital tfchgPETTO
And Recappable Tire Dave Hurst for their efforts of no answer call ,Flowers wired any place. Flowers ,
Reeves T. McLendonl, 1:49. .for all occasions locally. phone
late. WO 4-2113 WO 4Jl. (01 East Nona St. tfchg HOME FOR SALE-By owner. 7 VLOIIT'
440-yard dash [1] Jimmy room bungalow on corner lot. Carport lit .. THOHPSOf ST.
Delco Batteries INTERNATIONAL Dowling 58.3; [41 Steve PreVat McLeod: who last week set a and utility room. Near tennis PHONE wo 4-41U
unfurnished
$5.00Allowances MUFFLERSLIFE 63.9; [51 Hal Lawson 64.8; [(61 BHS record in the 440 yard dash, I FOR bedroom RENT house.- Nice Newly' decorated. court St. Phone and WO play 4-mi.grounds. 431 Center tfohg ,i SIGHT lIITINCTIVE WO 4.2291?4 hOWERS?' WO .tlD

Mike Willis, 66.3. had two fifth place finishes Phone WO 4.033J. ItP WR WIRE FLOWERS 4.(YWHEBB
On Any TIME among tough competition Friday YOU BUY THE BEST FOR SALE tfcblINTRODUCTORY
180-yard low'
h.tmllUJ] '
Drew
JWestinghouse Ready mix ..concrete concrete block
2 and 3
Battery During Sale GUARANTEEDodd's Groover. 25.5.880yard in the quarter mile and the high WHEN, YOU BUY b HOUSES drOMIl..FOR Inquire RENT Greyhound- Bus conns., fence posts sand cement
His time in the Mntar mix rock steel oyster shell.
jump. sprint wasa Station. tfchg!
run [1
] Larry Craw- Lfnerock and Roof Gravel. Phone .
ford 2:21.2: ; [31 Leslie Jackson very respectable 53.1. 3 bedroom \VO4>2521, Bradford Engineering OFFER
FOR SALE Lovely
Service. & Auto Sales 2:33,8: ; (41 Bob Reeves. 2:42: ; (5J Cottle, who last week set a new Appliances & TV modern country- house partly furn C 0. tfchg Engraved. Business
BHS record in the 220 yard dash, ished. Central heatln*. 40 acres
Butch FOR RENT Furnished
Flakes 2:45.1; [6] Jimmy r At mostly in pine. 600 bird cage chicken efficiency Stationery ,
was just one tenth second off his usable for fryers. Cottage for bachelor. Modern and .
2.55.3.220yard .
528 S. Walnut St. Phone 961 3861BIG Newman house. Also 500 Letterheads
attractive. Good
last week's time as he 23.1 Out buildings, 2 deep wells. Egghouse neighborhood.
ran -A North Florida
;
dash [21 John San- with cooler. 115.000. For information 145.08 mOo Call Mrs. Renner. WO 4- 500 Large Envelopes

ferd 26.4; (31] Bill _Jordan 27.6;; to cop second. place in his spe call 964-4101 or Keystone tfchg 1\7" tfchg 500 Business Cards
cialty. Supply Heights 4385.
((41') DonaW Fafcon 27.8: [(51 Bar- FOR RENT Three bedroom unfurnished FINEST
To round out Stark'e house In ENGRAVING
SHIPMENT scoring a Saratoga Heights.

:, ry Mile Firth,relay 23.&- [11 Starke [L.I mile relay team'composed Ef }.{c-: PHONE WO 4-2113 ments.FOR RENT Reasonable Furnished rates .apart Near Phone JJ4-4801. or 9"1155st'h 4-18 ALL FOR 48.05

I Leod, John Adams, DeWayne )fc- 224 N. Temple Ave. shoppIng center. Phone WO -2011or
Crawford L. Jackson, T. McLendon and caU at 213 S. Cherry 'St. (Shell FOR SALE Twin Hollywood beds Plate IncludedBRADFORD
Rae Darby covered the distance -
Of Good Clean J. n>w11nS], 3503.: The Starke, Fla. Oil Co. Of flee. and new gas hot water beater. COUNTY
.
in 3 minutes 36 seconds tfcbg !:!!.OY1P 4.St34.! tfchg
Starke team ran in the same heat ""You Can Be Sure- TELEGRAPH
for
,a fourth place finish.
CHIHUAHUA Stud service. Phone
with teams from the Riverland Tomorrow the Tornadoes begin L If It's Westinghouse"ALVAREZ' 9e4.M14.. Itchg MVMMMMHMWMHM MM
USED CARS High School Conference andbeal I HASTINGS MATTRESS -
UPHOLSTERY WORKS FOR RENT Furnished 1 bedroomt'oUal'e. WORTH THE TRIP
them.
& Large living room and kitchen Mobile Homes
-Always below
: High jump-[U.Jimmy Alvarez. I no Lan* 8t. Pl 1b tile bath. Modern. Adults. .14
mi Men's Clothing Lake St. Phone X4-5744. Mrs. A F. market, and clean.
Is Expected This Weekend You 5 Broad feet;, (3 jump] Bill-Jordan[31 Jimmy 4-5. Al- STORE Established 1894 \\I Furniture Repaired Upholstered fZlI,1U< ffah'ft tfchgFOR LAKE GENEVA

& Refinished SALE Wooden typewriter TRAILER PA8K
,Are Sure To varez. desk and swivel office chair.-Mrs. 1 ml SE of Keystone His.
Find The Car You REBUILT
Discus -[11 Cal Smith 109-4: MATTRESSES W. E. Middleton. Ph. WO 4-6M1 tf on Route 100

[31 John Wager 97-7; (f] Bob That's Our Business New Inn rsprinrs HOME FOB BALE

Have Been Shopping For-- Reeves. 89-4; (5] Mark !Jackson .GU'SS' and Box Spri> ET OWNER. I rooms 3 bedrooms WELL BUILT 2 bedroom, frame
"It It's, Glass We Have It" 2 baths screen porch, utility room. home for saj.. by owner, Will ten
39-352 [6 Joe Can
I :: ] Brown. 87-5. Drop Us a Cud ', In Saratoga Heights. Reasonable furnished or unfurnished. SIS X.-St.

\Contact Bob Hammond or W. J. DoddDODD'S CALL WRITE or VISIT PALATKA EA -91&3 fall down M4-7U5.payment. Payments $-:*tfchg mo. Clair St 4tchg S-ll I I


AT HIGHLAND Joe Peters Glass Co HRS PEGGY sTARK 8HALLEB WO '44SS4 Start, FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished Ttsaies

BAPTIST CHURCH house. Conveniently located. _
AJfIIII 328 South St. West. Mrs. BerthaPearre.
FOR ANY GLASS NEED phone. 114-5071. Itchg Parts
,Sunday School S:45
: :a. m.
: AUTO SALES Morning Worship, '11 a m. and 'We Design Modern Store Fronts MOTEL Rooms by; FOR RENT 3( ft house trailer. Berriee
UNDERWOOD Can
be moved to your own lot.
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Just Mail Us A Pattern for w..k7 R.aOflkbl& Phone SU-1.... P1n np '''.1551 :J. B. Wb It e. ttchg
I S Table St chi 5-. COLUMBIA SAW CO.
Wednesday 7:30 p m. Rev. Tops .
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712" FOR RENT SC9 CUrk St; I bed-
Walnut St.
: Phone 964-6421 George Chlin pastor. Everybody room unfurnished bOUM'Jlllt re Lake City, Fla.raI i
1313 N.
W. 4th '
PL
Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4353 LEARN TO FLY-ContMt' Lacy Con- painted. See W, H. Oraiuua Alvarez .
welcome." : ?', ?' ,.''*_ '' ,-"F > w&y,-: ton.,":',.WO,14-485L -<. UeUff atorL',- ;:,3tchg i-.
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STARKE, FLORIDA* THURSDAY, MAY. 4, 1961

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test. Those who went to Green But here are a few of his hints At The TabernacleThe a f
Cove Springs were Eddie Starling on diagnosing other hous plant
Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- troubles. AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
program of the 28th anni-
trict winner, Curtis Marlow, F. P. If discover
you a plant with versary of the Mission Hall and 96 -2600
A. advisor, and Leon Carter Soil burned leaf tips or brown. mar-
Tabernacle was presented in the
!+\-.ft'wt oll S Our Strength Conservation Service. ,gins, then lighten up on the fer- Chapel last Friday night to a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral! Home
J. O. Bass used the District I tilizer., Or it could mean that you
..-.illaa"-: fertilizer spreader to fertilize his E j were stingy with the water or congregation in were which represented.Roses six denominations -. DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

i ; Pensacola Bahia pastures. the damage was caused by last and the of Starke, Fla.
4 fcil Conservation sweetpeas, gift I
Leonard Gnffis and C. R. Brad- month's chilling wind..
INE.WSBy ford used the District rotomowerto Yellowing and dropping of friends were used in decorating Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
,I for this occasion. I
mow the weeds in their pas- leaves is a signal of gas ---
I The included choruses
| program I
I'( BO Haas tures. fumes, overwatering, poor r By G. T. Hoggins 1.
: by the children annual reports a
Tom Crawford used the District drainage or aeration. Small
poor ,
l 1 reading by Mrs. H. F. McGee, anda
.e Bradford Soil Conservation seeder cultipacker to plant Pensa leaves indicate too little water County Agent
Dtateict Board of Supervisors, Sam cola Bahia. He is planting most of and fertilizer or the plant is existing message by Dr. McGee. Re-

oa.rvey, Chairman; Leaton his cropland to pasture. in tight or heavy soil. Boost.Pecan. CropA our office and talk to Mrs. Sappor freshments v were served in the
after the This HAM
annex program. SUPPERSPONSORED
an Jr., Vice-chairman; J. B. Weak growth or light green or number of our good pecan Mrs. Watterson. May be that enlivenedby
% fellowship period was
t rte Foster Shi Smith and Z. YYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'Let's :yellow color on foilage may mean grove owners can see a good crop you have already planted corn the children's Bible
: : memory
-W, Hamilton designated the week lack of fertilizer, root rot, poor of nuts this year. Of course, thisis and still want to get in. Come in
work, impromptu solos, readings,
14'
of May 7- as Soil Stewardship 5s GoGardening root system, or that ,the plant is if present indications continue. and talk it over. of birth-
and the presentation a
Week in Bradford Soil Conservation 0 growing in too intense light.A You can help this crop by fertili- Prune Citrus Trees the
day gift to Mr. Quigley by BY
District. house plant that is yellowing, zing trees now. Then, with nor- Few folks still have a citrus
church membership.
Ministers of all denominations wilting or has "soft growth" is mal weather, the reward will be tree that was cold-damaged this I

throughout the South and South- exposed to excessive heat or has a in your favor. winter. It is time now that you
west have been invited to lake ,root injury. Plants with small How much? Well 1,000 poundsper should prune out all dead wood. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

part In the observance of Soil By Hervey Sharpe leaves and long internodes Indi- acre is not too much. You In pruning, you get out all dead Sunday Sunday School 10a.

Stewardship Sunday. The' setting Florida Agricultural Extension cate too little light or too high figure number of trees you have or diseased wood and at same I m. Morning message 11 a. m.

aside of one Sunday each year as Service temperature. ,and if they are ,big enough that time prune to shape the tree as Training Union 7 p. m. Evening SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY

a special day for rememberingour Like people, plants are subjectto Actually, most healthy house I you have about 18 per acre, you you might like. message 8 p. m.

God-given responsibility as many accidents in the home. plants need very little care. The 'see that isn't a great amount per Strawberry Program GrowingDid Monday Bible Joy Club 4 to SCHOOL CAFETERIA

stewards of the soil was first ob- Take the, case of the scalded greatest blight of these plants is tree. you ever grow any straw- 5 p. m.

served In many sections of the rubber plants. This strange disease from coddling by eager beavers.A Nitrogen promotes growth, berries? When you hear about Wednesday Prayer Meeting

South several years ago. was eradicated in one home once-a-week watering and a phosphorus develops root growth what is going on now and about 7:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30: p. FRIDAY. MAY 5TH

This year a more widespread by removing the plants from the miserly amount of fertilizer every and proper functioning. Potash the changes, you might want to m. Pastor: Merle L. Packham.

observance of Soil Stewardshiphas I Florida room before certain call- month or so-keeps most plants develops and matures fruit. An start some next fall.
been planned and pastors of ers arrived. happy. Cold water is taboo. It analysis like 6-12-12 is a good It's too much to write about. BETHEL MISSIONARYBAPTIST 5:30-7:45 P. M.Strawberry .

churches will devote one sermonto This kept non-imbibers from shocks plants as badly as ice standard one for pecan trees. You You just ask some of our growers CHURCH

the relation of our soil to the water on an exposed;tooth. already have the tree or trees- who used plastic mulching. Comein
dousing the ornamentals with unwanted -
Sunday School, JO J a. m- Morning -
people and the church. Neophyte gardeners can grow take care of them. and we will talk about it.
ccvktails.
foliage plants-regardless of care Good Rain-Good Grass I have requests on my desk now Worship, J' a. rr1. Training
Z. W. Hamilton, Area Vice Alcohol ,toxicity is not a com- Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- ShortcakeFor
if stick to
they Aglaonema, If you have given your grass a from Texas California Philippines -
President ,for the State Associa- disease of Dr. vice, 8 Prayer Meetag each
mon plants says p. m.
Aspidistra, Bromeliada, Draceana good shot of something like a North Carolina, and several
tion of Soil and Water Conserva-I I Howard Miller, plant pathologistwith Monstera, Pandanus, peperomiaor 10-10-10 at about 400 pounds per areas in Florida wanting to know Wednesday, 8 p. u. Bvjryone wel-
tion Districts was the University of Florida Sanservieria. come. Rev. R. L. Lee, pastor. Dessert
acre you will have good grass.If about our strawberry program. I
monies at the area speaking,con- Agricultural Experiment Stations. These and other "cast iron" or- you do not get good responseit They heard about it or read it in I I pepper, French dressing. Mix cele-

namentals will!; withstand abuse, could well be, that you need the paper. We are not big yet but ry, carrot and pepper together.

low light intensity, warm and cold some liming material. Of course a as some one accused me-we bark Moisten with French dressing.For .

rooms. soil test is the only way to be i with a loud bark when we have other every recipes, addressthe Adults1.25 Children-75c
Some of the bugs that gnaw or sure. 'something good.Strawberries .
Home Demonstration Office,
suck the life from leaves of foil- Just because grass is green does are not the only
box 267, Starke.
FEDDERSAIR age plants are red spider mites, not mean that it is good feed. It good crop we grow. We are goingto

thrips, whiteflies, mealy bugs, may be just a good filler. concentrate now on our tobacco -

scales and aphids. In general, 11 you don't believe lime helps crop. I have challenged one of

malathion spray at ten-day inter- growth of grass if the soil needsit our neighboring counties in that

vals will stop an insect attack. you just ask L. R. Starling out we are going to top their county NOW OPEN And In Full Swing For OutDoor .

CONDITIONINGAT Some diseases to look for arc in the HeObronn Community. The yield this year. Union beat us last .

stem and crown rots, leaf spots, truck made a few trips around the year, but we are after them now.
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powdery mildew, and blight. field last fall, got stuck and had We can't increase our tobacco Fun!

The best treatment for stem to lea\":.. You can sure tell where acreage but we can sure raise the ,

-, and crown rots is to cut away all the last round was made. poundsperacre.Daily -

mushy tissue and then spray witha Feed Grain Program Radio Time ,9 .

copper fungicide. The leaf spotis If you are interested in the one On our radio station WRGR I NEW

usually halted by removing infected year feed-grain program remem- am trying to give a few timely
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leaves as soon as they ap ber that you can't get in after pointers of interest. it is con-

May 10. It is a good program if venient, listen a little closer at
pear.Mildews are controlled by dust- you are interested in cutting your 12:55: for a five minute report

Call St. Phone 964-6901 ing the plants with sulphur. corn acreage this year. Come toHome from your County Agent.

Blight has no practical cure., It's KIN.GSLEY BEACH
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is not handy help with a plant
16, 1961PRECINCT disease, mail a branch of the sick "On Beautiful Kingsley Lake"
DOROTHY
'NO. plant to the Plant Pathology Department w: ROSS

j.-' ,Agricultural Experiment ; .;: .; / Home Demonstration Agent
:BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA '" Station Gainesville, and one of

the plant doctors, will_give you a With The 4-11 Clubs properly when you bring them '.
'' prompt answer. I The Starke 6th Grade Girls' from the store or garden. Other- .
INSTRUCTIONS I : Local Option' Election, on Many house plants like to beset 4-H Club is working for the Civil wise, they will lose quickly their .. BRING

TWO QUESTIONS: out of doors during warm, Defense Special Award as explained flavor food value, and appeal. THE .

: sunny days. Of course don't by Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Civil Refrigerate. all vegetables except '-
QUESTION NUMBER 1 is,to decide whether the sale of place tender plants in full sun Defense Director. The next activi- potatoes, dried onions, winter PICNIC THE

intoxicating liquors, wines or beer shall be prohibited 'unless they are hardened first. ties will be to present play and squash, parsnips, and rutabagasas tLJ

or permitted in Bradford County, Florida. Plunging the ,pots into the soil !visit:the, fallout shelter being soon as possible after purchasing FAMILY
to top rim depth keeps the moist- built. or harvesting. Exposure to air SEASONIS

QUESTION NUMBER; 2,is,to decide whether the sale of ure,'inside the pot uniform and i ,At their ,meeting Tuesday the and light causes wilting and agreat ,
wines beer shall be restricted'tosales the roots cooler. loss of food value. (
intoxicating liquors, or keeps plant :Starke Senior Girls elected Carolyn FOR

made in quantities or not less than: one-half of a, You might consider the out-of- I I Chilson president and Gail' Wash and clean vegetables care- '

pint, contained, in sealed containers, for consumptionoff door idea for plants during your McKinney council delegate for Fully. Dirt may hasten spoilage. 1

the premises where sold, such sales being describedas vacation and ask a neighbor to next year.Monday. Drain off excess water, but store I" -- A DAYOF
water the plants if the rain show I afternoon after while moist for better crisping. OPEN, .
"sales by the package". The results on question
ers, are not'at proper ,intervals school the Brooker girls had their Trim away bruised or spoiled a- i :
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number 2 shall be effective and binding only in the eventa FUN
while ,you are away. yearly cook-out at the Community reas to prevent rapid spoilage.All .
of those the election shall cast : "
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majority voting Center. Mrs. John Douglas leafy vegetables and broccoli '. > -

their votes '"For: selling intoxicating liquors. wines, or FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. M. ,, cauliflower, peas, beans carrots t/

beer" on question number 1. CHURCH D. Harrell were on hand to help celery green onions, radishes, *

Barry D. Van. Deventer, Minister with the outing. and cucumbers should have moist
VOTE ON BOTH QUESTIONS! i 390 N. Cherry St. About 25 girls ate "Pigs in cold. Store ,them in crisping pan Y.

Blankets," baked beans potato of the refrigerator in moisture-
If fail to vote on question number 1 vote on 8
you your Thursday Choir Practice,
and cole slaw and drank ice vapor proof wrapping such as Your
chips Favorite Water
Sports Here
question number 2 will not be counted, ,! "", p. m. cold lemonade.: Afterwards they aluminum foil, cellophane orclastic. :
Friday Elder's Meeting 7:30:
To vote, make a cross mark (X) at ,the right of your P.m. I roasted marsfomaltows over the \

choice on each question. "' : Saturday Junior Recreation,I' coals. Never cut up vegetables before WATER SKIING
The cook-out ended the 4-H storing. Peas or fresh lima beans
4 m.Sunday.
p. Club school :year but the girls keep more vitamins if stored in *
QUESTION NO. 1: Sunday School 9:45: FISHING
plan to have meetings this sum- the pod. If they must be shelledin
a- m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
mer to work on projects as out- advance, store in tightly cov-
For Selling Intoxicating Liquors, Junior Choir, 5 p. m. Evening *j
Wines or Beer ; Vespers, 6 p. m. Youth Fellowship door cookery' electricity and ered jar or plastic,bag in the re- OR JUST SWIMMING IN THE BEST WATER IN
taken in
clothing. Trips will be frigerator.

7 p. m. connection with the projects. Florida Celery Plentiful FLORIDA
Work
Monday Men's Night, .
Against Selling Intoxicating Liquors, 6:30: p. m.Tuesday. ,Here ,Is ,the way the girls ma4e Celery is at is peak now and at f.
the Pigs in Blankets. reasonable prices. .'
Wines or Beer' Women of the 'Bowling Dancing 9 Something For All
Pip In BlanketsCut
Church. Curies 1 and 2,10 a. m. Can it for later use in cooked t

Circle 3, 8 p. m. Communicants weiners in the center dishes. Here's ,how; Wash tender

QUESTION NO. 2: Class 3:30: p. m. lengthwise. Place a narrow stripof stalks and cut Into 1 or 2 inch Delicious Food 9' Soft Drinks Premium Beer
cheese inside and wrap a stripof lengths. Boil in salted water 2 .

,bacon around it. Fasten each minutes. Pack hot'into jars- Leave

For Sales by the Package and c" n 1cn 9S end of bacon to weiner and cheese one-toalf inch head space. Cover

with a'tooth pick. Broil, over grill with hot liquid. Seal. and process The Most Economical Way To Treat The FamilyTo
until bacon is done, turning often. pint jars for 20 minutes and

I:=J 666 Serve at once" on buns', with mayonnaise quarts 25 minutes. A Day of Healthy/ Fun.
For Sales by the Package Only mustard, or catsup. Raw Vegetable Relish. 1 cup
Store Vegetables Properly
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.yyyyyyy Sunday services as she was absent 1 that, they will sure have to getup TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlBy IB.R..O.KE'.R : - --- -: -- --- -- : :: : -- - : -. :: : :: =" ---: :- "" :-;" :-- : -- -- -
due to the funeral of an aunt, and hustle. Keep it up. girls, g: it t : -: _

CLAY HILLBy the last of her father's family. and show the boys you can put {) f'S .

Among the house full of com- up some competition.The' .. "

Mrs. J,,,L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATA pany we had Sunday afternoon Training, Union had just Snirley Green :.... : : "'; ,.., .' :- ',' .._. a" :', '- .- .. ....-:.A-:;:.'- -' f
were Frank and Ada Fier and'16 present on April 23. Of course, '. T- TSe .
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their niece and nephew from this is a week late again due to ";",,:._,.} 5''r, .,.._". .' _........_. _., .,--..; .' :,. .. ._.:. ,.. _.'.. .',t_ ; _. ".i __,. .
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Cleveland, ,Ohio, who have, been the fact that and Mrs. Al Rain of Archer '
Nellie Wilkinson is, home from we cannot attend ; ''' ;.. : : :.;\ "'
the hospital' and' getting 'along visiting in Florida about six weeks; Sunday nights. After all, it is a visited Mrs._ Mamie Hodges Sun- ; ; p. : ,,: :4f;

just fine, according to last report.: and *Irs. Bon Riggs. Mrs. Mary good, long walk after dark! day.Mr. _.:"_'._...,..,'$i ..
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and Mrs. W. -
Shipman and her two grandchil- E. Bigham Jr.
Jo Nell Strickland was home .
from dren Judy and Randy Miller, all y !.nInTYIT 1n11 and family and Stanley Green orA
Jacksonville 'a few days ago
of Kingsley Lake. Mary and Bon were dinner guests of Mr. and j
visiting her mother, 'Lucille 'told us' that our brother-in-law, GRAHAM Mrs. M. A. Abrams in Gainesville S
Whitehead. and other relatives,
i Jim Hornsby is getting along just : Thursday night. The dinner was
Including her grandmother, Ella I
fine- has even made himself a Mrs. John McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA in honor of Marion Abrams, whois 'Statement of ro1icyB
Carter, who had undergone surgery ,
small garden. It seems:! that these home on leave from the Great
in Clay County hospital.
old Jims are a sturdy bunch! Lakes Training Center, GreatLakes
her
Ruth Corbert is visiting
The brotherhood and WMU will Ill:
Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Vice left
mother, Irene ,Padgett, and relieving -
in the care of her step-i I, meet at the Highland Church the Tuesday for Alabama to visit Mrs. Grady Baxter of Jacksonville -

father, Ernie Padgett, who under- second ,Thursday in May at 8 o' their,children for three weeks. Emily Ann, Owen, and Faye
clock. All are invited. :The High Lewis of Starke, and Sheppard
Rosalee :McKinney the ,
went surgery in Gainesville last spent . -
week. land Church will also havea bap- weekend in Jacksonville"with her Ray of Hazelhurst Ga. visited >
tismal service the second Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter Satur-
brother-in-law and sister'Mr. and .
in the ,
Zelma Johns is working -'"
[Mother's Day] at 3:30: p. m. at I Y
Mrs. Johnny Willis. .
cafe at Clay Hill to relieve Irene the usual place. Fred .White of Titusville is day.Mrs.. T. W. Markey and Mrs. : ; > >-: :"':1"7. -. ;:::'..: .. '. .
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Padgett Ernie's illness. L J
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Bill Pendarvis was able to be. We had 59 in Sunday School I visiting his sister, Mrs. L. Willis; I:va Douglas visited' Mrs. Angus .','":'; '' .": i'e... .4 ,.....,.:' -".__-:',:..,.,:'...,..:.y.,,"-,-',. "'r.t :.; :i..;,.;.. i\ ,{JIi." ..' .. ..
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and the Junior girls Beilling and Mrs.'R. K.: Dukes In .
last \ last Sunday i also Mr and Mrs. Victor Willisof '. :. .:- .' { .
with us in church Sunday. ., .. i: < : o' :/k.'
of Lake > < ,
won the banner with a grade Butler Thursday --k .t
We missed Mrs. Chism from Clearwater.Mrs. ."... .. t' 2t;: .. '. .. ... _
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Louise Hagan.were dinner guests amily tisited! Mrs: Mary Willis ,
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and Mrs. Hazel Hart 'and family !
Mrs. John
of McKinney last

Thursday.Mr. and Mrs, Bill Martin of in"'Bell. and Sunday.Mr. Mrs..R. B. Thomas and The Bradford County Committee

Tampa spent a few days with Mr. Mrs. Virgil Dukes of Lake City
4M and: Mrs. John McKinney. They attended the Fifth- Sunday meeting -
left and John at Rock Church' and visited
+ Tuesday McKinneywent
0R MILK: with them to visit Mr. and Amanda"Lewis Sunday rat ternoon.
Mrs. Ottis McKinney in Augusta Mrs. Fred McDavid and daughter -

Ga. till Frid : ,:The Martins wenton 'Brertda. Miss Sandra 'Sow n, -
l to South Carolina Miss Regina: Harrell, and Miss
to get their
4's son Richard, Hines. When,he finishes Louise McDavid visited Miss '
92c ; his basic? training he will Sue McDavid 'at Valdosta' State FQrLeg J ontrol :
J (ga1. spend ten days in'Tampa'with his College in Valdosta, Ga. Sunday. :

r parents and then go to Oklahomafor Mrs. Ruth Atkins of Bell visited I. I _.... .
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r another four months. Mrs-tMary Green Sunday after .
noon. L'
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Ice Cream :Miss Annette Green and Alan I : :.
Messmore ofOcala' werevisiting .
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5 THE RIGHT POINT'for the .
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green Satur ,I,, .' S
/ +, Eggs Bread way you write. Come in. and select -' H
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t. your favorite ESTERBROOK C. Wood is visiting Mr. and r'

Cheese Mrs. Marvin'Fletcher in Lakelandfor ',. '.
low-down and!logy Cottage Fountain,Pen. TELEGRAPII. a few days.' r t .
Like the last rose of summer?
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Lewis and
A dairy product diet Orange JuiceS
daughter Terry of Savannah, Ga.
Works like a ding-hummer. -
AttentionFLORIDA and Mrs. John.Lewis Graham .
visited ''Mr. 'and Mrs. J. Baxter
Sunday. \Y the Committee ,for Legal! Control J of alcoholic! beverages in Bradford Coun-
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VALLEY Mr.-and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. i i. t'
u umnn EE DAI RIESmm Motorists I and Billy Mr. and, Mrs._ LC.. ty, are people just like you. We are neither wet nordry, necessarily.; We simply Jbei ti
Wood Mr. and 'Mrs. R. A.'Guestof r ? .T _,j. ? .1, n ,

Nashville, Ga., and Mr. 'and lieve that there !is no such thing, as a dry, count We believe that alcoholic 1 bever-
Mrs. Marvin Fletcher and son; u !cr": mi *'r rt* .1 i \ .rt W i- i F < rtiJi' ? 'rat f t r iriages >>!

Sam, of Lakeland'spent the week- I .have been sold'' since!! 'the dawn of time, and we believe that they are being
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ley Mr.and and Mrs.Cherie Earl, were Green Sunday, Shir- sold ji here: in Bradford+ t .County> -! to- 4: aY.. We-i,.. know i that they will be sold and used here

guests of Miss Linda Greenat I
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Attention Livestock Producers! t
land. Miss Linda White and Miss

Linda Jolliff, :also 'students at
If have hogs or -- FSC,Joined them for a picnic. '
you
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Iq' so, believing are convinced that there:j but thing to do .to eliminateas
cattle to sell now or in ?a'; > 1 Sam Smith turned home w ? one

the tact future. of,please Ahe con-, ., 1 TRAVELER last Monday week after in an Alachua appendectomy...General much of the evil that comes, from the intemperate use of alcoholic beverages as
one Buyers_ .' 0)1. >-* *-**-*: n05p tal. 11'S ...., .. .- ',' ertsc: .: rt Lt' LY.: '.I .- f taf. .,.' ;"'p...fl'r!1"-

at Company Copeland and give Sausage theman ., "1"' AUTOMOBILE Class.'Trip possible. And that is to legalize and control thp.saje! .q( this. .product' in our c )JJ1t:.

The Brooker Junior.High third,
opportunity to buy ; ;
"i INSURANCE- fourth, fifth and sixth irades enjoyed .
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your livestock. a trip to the JacksonvilleZoo
COPELAND OFFERS YOU 1. New Low Rata last Friday 14rsi t :Tda1colln To that end, this committee was organized. It has :spent} much time and
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4 BIG ADVANTAGES! 2. Safe Driver Saving> their' ''teachers, 'Mrs. Eugene .Ellisand money. .. to, obtain. the petition which was. required (9 callttys! i special election.l This
Mrs. Lava Whitten, .accompanied 3if* :Ll 'V V-'rki-;\ :'fi 1
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1. Cash. .market every day. 3. Local Agent Service .toe students 'on their trip. was .done.-.in, the spirit.. and- ,for' the .cause, of civic promotion.
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2. No commission. a... YY.YTT.YYYTTT.YTYYYTYTYYTT1PINE. .

3. Special consideration given to meat, .
: LEVEL We convinced that.there is such thing the so-called prohibition law
are as
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type hogs Charley E. Johns .>. "te; vT: ; ''''}1'" a' ft T ,nsd f ? v,* '.: r ii l-t it ,' r r- .. i ,.., J T ;* .. /I r '

4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient S By Mrs. J._>:.'McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A.AA- which attempting. to'exist in;our county today. We know that alcoholic bever-
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quantities. AgencyPhone We are- happy to report. another. -: i I ages Y ..l, .are i .- being, sold, i in our, i county ii.j a every._ day!} including' ''J !.{1 Sunday.i ., We. .' know i, ..tb.t9
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COLLECT HO 2-3011 '
WO 4.0121 large attendance: at 'church last' attempt. !, to, hide! our heads !in t the sand,! !in an effort to. keep .from! seeing. this evil .is
CLAUDE; PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON Sunday,:,Rev; W.-- E.- Hall- "preached jiJit i! I i' *' A*? w4 i. i i' fM i't IiS t i'<* fn'tyypocrjsy

o PRESTON POLF 131 S. Walnut St. Elbert the Bowers morning of, sermon West .Hollywood and Rev. : i in! the mpsj 'blazened J form. Weare tired of being hypocrites.! We are convinced ,,


CopelandSA IEPRESEHIIN6 Starke, Fla. THE delivered The Heart'the"'evening of Florida message.-YouthFellowship'will ,.,.. .that, we' must face reality and accept" ? 'the facts., .

meet at Pine. LevelChurch'Friday
mVELEIS HAITFOID -night at 8o'clock.There : .

.. -. -COMPANY- ALACHUA, 'f FLORIDA f freshments."Mrs. will. ,'.be-'a program-' and re- In so.. f feejing! .we have done the necessary things to bring about this. special

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I STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAji'o N back'wilh'. Norman,per at Heilbronn daughter,'Mrs Springs.: T. er and.that. .. ,ypji. will\ -join' 'w:i. W.. us t in working. and voting FOR .the'I, :}legal., .

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Mrs. J. W. McRae and Mr. arid t" .1r 'Ye \ r .1 i .I
i E.'McRae' control l and sale in Bradford County; '
h __ iI I Mrs. J. were in Jacksonville qf( alcqjiqljc beverages
last Wednesday'.vlsitlng .
: BODY SHOP -AUTO RADIATOR AUTO TIRES -. Mrs. Allen Hall.


Mack's Body Shop I, Ed Prevatt's_ Garage Pappy Starke Joulston.'Recap, Owner Co.Mgr 'It'of was.'Mr.nice and to Mrs.see Lynn B. M.McRaeson Mc There.. is but one. ,i issue,. in jhis .election.. .1 It is not'whether alcoholic i :beverages t will:
KADIATOR SERVICE ," "" .
Rae, at :church last Sunday. He "r"! 1} :'U"
BODY & FENDER REPAIRS I New Cores-' Rodding-Flushing Recapping for (Cars & -Trucks just returned from California: be sold l in Bradford County. We know_ ? .1heywill.. be.sold. The. one, and.only, -isMJ -
ONE DAY SERVICE
COLLISION SERVICE Crank Shaft Grinding I .
; where he iras 'stationed with theNavy r v jUrafxt *

FREE Painting ESTIMATES-Matching Lawn. Walnut Mower WO 4-3861.Motors WO RepairedSo. 4-6584 I NEW AUTO-LITE TIRES: BATTERIES AT SAVINGS > James, McRae, eon of Mr. and sue in, :this, election} is HOW alcoholic Beverages will be.splfl t LEGALLY_ ]by
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%033 N. Temple! Sta'rJie'\>'O> t03.i """ ,i 135 N, Temple Starke WO 4-0221 Mrs. W : ,
p-- AUTO SERVICE J. McRae. is in Charles- carefully selected 1 and screened J local!!!= merchants illegally' by ootleggers.a.
releaseto inactive
CHAIN SAWS ton S. C. baiting *** *** 3 '
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AUTOMATICTRANSMISSION. Dodd's Service & duty' with the.Navy.,He recently & : < *.f
i North Temple Amoco, returned d from:a yearlongtour .

l Auto- Sales ,A.)1oco.GAS ft ,OIL of duty. in-''the- 'Bahama--- 'This 'Committee !is convinced that Jhereislmt; one thing to do, and that'is to
Tanner's Gulf Service; GENERAL REPAIRING PO! LAN CHAIN SAWS isiar s.. ,

GULF'PRODpCTS ".* International" FIRESTONE, Lifetime Mufflers Completely 'New-COmpletely- place'. the sale of alcoholic! beverages. in the hands of duly constituted officials of
Equipped PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH r Ci> ,tJ. _xj, J jjfl .*;
Complete AutomaticTransmissions Tires-Batteries-Accessories Priced & Designed for the Farm .. the .State t end will work we have worked in
Walnut and Bradford County. that} !e M
528 S. \VO 4-8861 ,
last all Slakes
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Service and Repairs Cliff fi Fowler'Arlington", Texas JJ"> ..2319 ft TIC 1 jC J\I'-| 1
For All Makes\ 661 N. Temple Starke WO 49501FARM ,. Mission Director of- .the' Work} the past. We respectfully seek the aid of- our fellow citizens. This is a taskof
Baptist ,
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666 N. Temple Starke WO 4.2321 Starke, 66" Service SUPPLIES Feno-wsljip :- Tf "* *Jk *" s.

Bill Edwards, Sunday morning.: and evening at the ftnc.ftnjj. mJ eyes t9f. citizen> in. tne. cQJJntydQ
AUTO PARTS'_ 7-\ WE SPECIAUZE Prop.IN Brownlee & ChasteenSEEDS the Pine Level! Baptist Church. St DlmUJ bHle..Jt.1riUt aje{: every

BRAKE" SERVICE FEEDS FERTILIZERS get the job done.
Starke Motor Wheel Balancing Alignment Insecticides Crates and Plants CHURCH OF GOD I
617 N. Temple Starke, WO 4-8881 "Your Friendly Farm Supply Sto
Parts Co., Inc. Your Friendly I Sunday Scnool 10 'a: m. Morning .
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Tour Loral A' Gilbert S. Brown Farm Supply Store .. Worship II :i. ,n .- ;,6uaJaj "
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NAn Cor. 10th &. Cherry Starke, 143WELDINGGARAGE Evening Service 7-5 p. m. YPS Y : ;
Jobber For /! .j Standard Oil Service Station .. v- Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. '-m :M frF b. ; 'SO JN'T ,
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Cor. Brownlee & Clark ATLAS i Prayer Meeting FridaylSi p.m-- O .TT : R ... LEGAL :
Phone WO $4-0801: 4OSi1''I'I TIRES 'k BATTERIES V -1+ -
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KINDS OF -Complete Auto Service Welder Will Travel! m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Pra fwr ... < : t' : ,
AUTO REPAIR WORK Tires Batt .\ -rI'. .\ Sales & Service-Work Guaranteed Meeting Wednesday 7:30 'p.?w. : : ,
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AU Work GuaranteedSo. nectrto 'Yeiding 118 W. Bnwnlte WO 4-0361, Wednesday Bible spray( ?:3dp. .

Starke WO 9-2964 542 Madison WO, .9-2S01 .MiA %-3n ... ,. ...... ,_- : ,_..." "". '
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W r munity.L. M. Royal reporter. following schedule for the week:) Choir under the direction of,Mes-. blessedto; bring them' at 1130, I Holy Communion. Remember i i Allen Chapel ,AM. E. Church,
; NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Social Science Debate Mon. 7:30: p. m. ''Faithful Few I dame Fisher and English. Last;, Sunday morning for this, Christening E I Junior, Church meeting each Mon-I[\. and teacher of' social' ,'; studies A

s' CITIZENS OF BRADFORD The senior class of RJE has Club; Tues. 7:30: p. m. Choir rehearsal Friday night the Junior Choir! A funeral will,be, held at day-at 5 p. m.; Girl Scouts 3 p.I I of
COUNTY conducted a series of debates recently ; Wed. 7:30: p. m. Prayer, rendered 'a program :iIi Keystone \ the church during the early after 'm.every Thurs. An Ice Dip was i RJE. He is currently pastor

i 1 By Ozora Shell on world problems in,con- meeting; Thurs. 7:30: p. m., Worj i H ejghts i.livered _and the sermon was,de-; noon. Definite time had not been .given to the girls by the advisor Mt. Olive A. M- E. Church, Jack-
j i JI' nection with the course in World men's Home Mission; Fri. 7:30 : by Rev. James of Starke._ set at the time news was reported. Mrs. Givens at the last meeting. sonville. Principal Thompkins extends -

tl, LAAAAu..uuLAAAAA.u.luAAALAA..11AThun4on, --------- History. Last week.'uI\der the supervision p. m. Church Conference; Sat. ;! Pleasant Grove Methodist" j,Alene DeSue., 'reporter.I The organization is still open for a cordial invitation to the
J rj of student teacher 7:30 p. m "I Can Circle." Mary :j, Church. Rev.. L. H. McClendon I: Allen A. M. !I membership of teenage high
] School County Teachers .1 : Chapel E. Church. general public to attend. Music
J I I Association for Arthur Luse the following debate! McBride, reporter. I I pastor will: hold services': Rev. L. A. i school girls. Remember all ,the *
On May 10 regular Sampson pastor willhold
at 4:30 the
I : p. m. more than a decade under the was held; "Resolved that the' Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. !1 will be furnished by the chorus
: sick and shutin of
on Sunday; with Church 'regular'- our commun-
starting pastoral
tanual services on
May. Day activities program leadership of two presidents it almost United Nations Should Establish' E. D. Robinson pastor will conduct : : E.. J. under the direction of W. Morris.M. .
ity.
Givens
will be held. Music will be follows j School at 10:30: a. _m. Supt. Leo Sunday starting with Sunday reporter-
t that the logical successor A Permanent Emergency Force.'" services with the Junior '
furnished by Jerry Miller and his to this I DeSue in,charge;' Jlt a, m. morning I School at 10 a. m. Fannie B. Commencement Activities D. Christian is sponsor,of the
y position would be Members of the affirmative team Church assisting. Sunday School !
2 marching and concert band of I the current i worship; 5:30 p. m. Youth services I Frazier in charge; 11 a. m. morning On Sunday May 21, at 3 p. m. class and. will lead the march.
I president Joseph D. were: Helen Franklin. Willie A. will be held at 10 a. m., .Supt. .f
ff Lincoln High School, Gainesville. Greene who I with Grace DeGue 'in worship and Love Feast; 4 to Rev. B. J.Williams will deliver Commencement will be conductedby
has worked in the Kelly and Bette Heath: Negative Bryant in charge; 11 a. m. morning .
We are expecting some activities' county for the 'team charge:;; 7'p.. m. evening wonhiiJ:1Rev j,15 p. m..'an hour of prayer and the Baccalaureate sermon to the
past six years. Mr- : Margaret Johnson Frank worship with renewal of the the graduating. seniors on May
and stunts from out of the Greene has ; McClendon is asking that all ::meditation will be conducted at graduates of RJE. Rev. Williams .
i dynamic leadershipability Long and Barbara Marks. Robert Covenant: 7 'p. m. sermon by the 24.
I'' county as well as schools within and has gained the admir ,:Moore served as chairman and pastor and music by Junior Angel l parents wishing to have babies j 1 I the church. by the pastor; 6 p.m.I is the former pastor of Greater .

the county. Come out and have ation and respect of all of the moderator for the debate while
an enjoyable afternoon in Lincoln citizens of Bradford County. He Clifford Kelly and Cotes Houston .

City on the grounds of the is curently president of the Brad- were judges. Mrs. Shell was observer

"Little School" by the side of the ford County Teachers, Association.. and referee for a short CASH IN ON "' :
toad. There will be a "Spelling vice-president of District V of period. The Issue was well discussed :' .

Bee" on the school grounds Monday Florida State, Teachers Association -: and ended in a draw. Har- BIG SAVINGS : 'Brand 'Valu Sale
May 15, 8:30: p. m. Come and assistant principal of RJE drick Taylor is the regular teacher \ : 'J e

bear these little people spelL I and an effective teacher of eighth of the class.-Cotes Houston DURING OUR ,, :
Hiey are good. A Jacksohvlle Zoo grade. He is also president of the reporter. ...
and Beach Trip is planned for Graduate Club of Florida A&M Internes To Leave ., '
May 20. Buses will leave the University where he is candidate On Friday May 5, the intern- i
school at 8 a- m. Qualified bus for the Master of Science in Education ship period for Yvonne Robinsonand IZr

drivers will be used. The outing this summer with a major Arthur Luse will end. According MAXWELL
will culminate the school closing in Administration arid Supervis- to the directing teachers.
activities for this term. Come and ion. Dr. A. E. Teele professor of Mrs. S. D. Williams and Hardrick
bring all the family for our ,tripto Florida A&M University recently Taylor the performance of these ---
the Zoo and Little Talbot Island visited RJE and quoted Principal college seniors has been highly HOUSE

Beach where there is plenty Thompkins as saying 'that Mr. satisfactory. They will return to I
of playground equipment for the Greene's contributions to the Florida A&M University where

small kiddies. Remember the buses school have been most valuable they expect to complete all requirement -
will leave at 8 a. m. so come early and that he has been very efficient -, and graduate June 2. G 4F; Pmylvf S
and you won't get left. Mrs. S. C. as an administrative as- Both persons have been given ap- \f I .
Price teacher reporting. sistant. plication blanks by the supervisor
Supervisor ResignsOn Sons &:: Daughters of Levi and encouragement concerning -.S LB.111 Saw

May 1 the Bradford County A special anniversary meetiri! employment by Principal Thomp

Board accepted the resignationof will be held at 2 p. m. at Alle kins for next term. He indicated QUANTITY i
Ozora Shell who has been Chapel A. M- E. Church. Supervisor that he could make no definite AlGN1S'' fiN

supervisor for the past seven years A. R. Randolph is hereby calling promises but persons that have RESERVED T _
with a teaching assignment of one all member to be in full dress come to the county and served as
class in French this term. She and on time for this important efficiently and effectively as they LIMIT ONE
will accept a full-time teaching meeting. would be given first consideration. WITH $500

position in Collier-Blocker Junior American Legion .-Staff reporter. 320 S.Walnut FOOD ORDERStarke
College Palatka. She was formerly Meeting Postponed Citizens Committee Meeting / St.

a teacher in Washington Junior American Legion Post 314 and i The regular meeting of the|: .
College of Pensacola where she Auxiliary will not hold its Citizens Committee for the Betterment .
regular
served with credit for 3 Y2 years. meeting as scheduled due to of Youth will be held on I Florida

She has also taught at Bethune- the death and funeral of J. De- Monday May 8, at 8 p. m. All
Cookman College Florida A &M Sue in Pleasant Grove Many of .members and friends of the communIty -
University, and Florida Normal the members will I are invited to come and WINTREE FROZENCADT"
and Industrial Memorial serve as pall hear an open dicussion "Wet- ,- -
College. bearers. on "KING COLE"
The funeral will be Freestone t
un
Her resignation will be effective der the direction Dry" election which will be held
of Chestnut- DE V I tE 0
June 30- Since most of the super Funeral Directors on Sunday on Tuesday May 16, in Starke I HALVES & SLICES IN HEAVY SYRUP
visory services have been promoted at Pleasant Grove and Bradford County at large. S __
through and by the Bradford Church in the Wateroak Methodist Remember "A Voteless People AreA
Com- ys
Hopeless People" -Alpha Phi 30Z
J.!! Alpha. PEACHES
PKGS
1- Fiesta Club Dance
.
The annual spring dance will beheld rla

1I Qf Extra Cost! at Kelly's Nite Limit on
OM Quart Saturday May 6, from 10 p. m. to .
I or,Gallon FREE With Each 2 a. m. Music Win be furnishedby FAIR SLICED KING SIZE _

the Fabulous Four starringBobby
One you buy. 1
C
McKn&ht+ and others. Ad WHITE BREAD

Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL 4 vanced tickets are now on sale ball y 1 ,
members so get them end BIG
avoid the rush at the door and 2'/2
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE extra fee.-P. Cummings. report 239 c S CAN

501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 er.Teachers Study ConferenceThe S

first annual study confer! _
ence for teachers will be held all

i day Saturday.. May 6. at Bethune- ,
Cookman College Daytona Beach. asaasa ... mWAWfljj r fE
SOUTHERN MADE MEAL OR
This meeting is being. sponsoredby __
50 FREE EXTRA
the Department of Classroom

Teachers of Florida State Teachers MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS GRITS-LB 25c!
Asociation. Several persons WI1H PURCHASE Of 65.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER .
from Bradford County will attend ':
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NATURAL this meeting. Supervisor Shell will g, t i -
also appear on the program with .
> many outstanding persons of the S Expires May.T, 1461 ;
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NEA and the president-elect of CODEST

Dependable EconomicalPHONE the DCT of NEA. All classroom FRESrlPORI< SALE 1 I
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teachers are invited to attend this d + STORES !

WO 4.1301NIGHT WO 4-2411 one-day conference and get some .-
special help labeled: "Tips f
CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. I IY IR Teachers." The registration f ore '. 'i /

is $1 and meals will be served in 1115 C s'Otf hY N "! I Ria' ,
LOIN
the college dining hall for a nominal 200 I 1 C C

fee. .
R Planning Meeting MERCHANTS,GREEN STAMPS PORTION PORTION
District V of FSTA held a plan WITH THE PURCHASE OF
a change.on ning meeting with the executive B-B-Q GRILL JUP-( TO 3ft LB2) '(UP TO 3'/2' LBS)
'II notice WITH HOOD. MOTOR & -....... ,
board, President Cato Roach past SPIT SMOKER TYPE) '
.to THIS COUPON EXPIRES 'JJ LBMERCHANTS
I h a nge presidents Hopkins and Gardeneron MAY 7. 1961 SE1 I's
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when yoU Sunday April 30, at Central coot-ST \jt .
Academy High School Fred 1 ..
Brooks principal The meeting -
5 D Kolmotor@r'( j was conducted by President H. H.

..... Wright and vice-president Joseph :: .. ..
D. Greene. Mr. Greene shared B L.U ERI B BON BEE
i correspondence with the group in I GREEN STAMPS -

the,interest of passage of the education V WITH THE PURCHASE OF .
pay-raise 'till He was CHAP-ANS .
commended on the action take n TO RELIEVE GARDENERS '
.. a ti in this issue by the BCI'A. Other THIS CHAPPED COUPON HANDS EXPIRES ,
representatives from this county MAY 7. 1961'E LB C
poll'
CODE ST it$ ROAS"I' 59
included E. R. Shell and O. .R. BONE( IN)

Shell.' A delicious dinner was ser ,.
ved by the cafetdrium staff. -

400 Social Club \ : ; ; .

No news is good news. This new I 25 ;
: < ;f :
and distinguished club under the ,
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MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS -
leadership of Mrs. Audrey Gibsonis C:;
still open for new members. WITH. THE PURCHASE OF .
QUARTERS LB PKQ
The financial drive is still on and ,
1. Increased gasolene mileage IMPERIAL OLEO.
all members are asked to continueto ..
THIS COUPON EXPIRES '

2. Increased engine power ( :', k.;' day cooperate.night at 8 Meeting p. m. each :Mon MAY CODE 7. 1961 ST ., :S101E mss! U.S. NO..: 1 MAINE WHITE f

Carnation ClubAccording M 25'
3. Decreased oil consumption I
to President Wilhehnena -!
Y' Brooks plans are, well: GOU '++ POTATOES.LB
4. Deceased engine knock I I
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underway for the anniversary program BAG
of the club on the fourthSunday i -
5. Decreased engine,wear : in May.,All members are' MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS -

asked to attend the meeting at i WITH THE PURCHASE OF
Cities Service 5D Koolmotor actually does:f thiwrfc 8 p. m. Monday May 8 in the '2O O2 LADY FAIRSpanish ,

of several grades, of motor oil to give you maximum Reno Theater so that you will be: Bar-, Cake C

protection for starting, warm-up, and cruising-thi able to help structure the final! $ THIS MAY COUPON 7 1961 EXPIRES ffrlEe'S TOMATOESa

thret daily driving ranges. plans.-A. R. Jenkins, reporter, [ CODE ST tiOEES
Church NewsBethlehem z=

Freewill Baptist
STOP IN THis/ WEEK/ Church, Rev. L. McKay'pastor,

will conduct regular pastoral services
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all day Sunday starting with
FOOD FAIR HOMOGENIZED PASTEURIZED SWEET _
,
SILCOXCITIES Sunday School at 9:45: a. m.: 11 -

2 a, m. morning worship; 7 p. m. C
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evening worship and communion.All *
; members and friends are invited j 1 h

'f @ SERVICE to attend. On Saturday the R GAL '
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choir will have refreshments 4AWilliams CTMil'

sale atthe_ home of Sro. .
705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. on Oak. Street. Please observe the '
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BRADFORD COUNTY '
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a' KEYSTONE HEIGHtS, MELROSE;' CRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA -'_.


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PA'GE TEN .' STARKE. FLORIDA THTJltSDAY, JIAY 4, 1961
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'T tf 1T .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTt1TTTT.TYYTTTT' Practice 3:45: p. m. i i iEstrelUta Clay ComityCattlemen TTTT'TYTYYY TYTYYTYTTI Gables was a recent visitor of Melrose week for a visit with Mrs.
!!. Elementary rVYVVVVVVVVYVVY,
Club Meeting post- Mrs. Andrew Dunk and baby Belcher's sister Mrs. ,Ethel

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS poned till'J ne 14. II. :Meet; I M1LR: O'Sr E. son who is visiting her parents Given Recognition Brockman.
i\4 GRANDIN :
Prayer .Group and Study
Plan' May Cook-.outA ", ;,.Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rob- For Progress \ Rev.'Bob Allen'of Interl&dten
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By Mary K.. Schaefferaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaa Group, Community Church i By Airs. Alice Rothhammer: !inson. i j i I was visiting Grand1t1 'Saturday -

parsonage 7:30 p. m. discussion of the new I .._ .__ __ _______. Mrs., Tom Arnette and sonani The Melrose ElementarY' Br,11Irs; Rebecca Br antler afternoon.
------------------ /iaaaiaa----aaaaa- aaj St. .Anne's Senior Choir & & A '
I trespass law" now'pending in i : daughter-in-law, Mr. and]School was recently awarded a "I.:" ..' & .j,...&.&' jJ.: 'J.k.& i, Word has been received of
KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON? tice 6:30: p. m. practice 7:30': p. 'm: the Florida Legislature was a, Dr. M. M. Fletcher of Fort Mrs.; James Burrough! andchild |certificate of membership into) ;I the death of ;Darvd: Charles of
4! St. Anne's Parish[ First Baptist Adult Choir feature of the' meetingof : of Orlando visited Mrs.) | ..Mrand Mrs R. L. Kennedy--
Thursday May EYC regular Myers vis ted'Mr. and Mrs. R. the Cooperative Program for! Danbury, Conn. and Grand n.
St. Anne's Episcopal Acco- House 6:30.: p. m- |Practice, 8:15: p. m. the Clay County Cattlemen's L. Arnold -recently, Arriette's' parents Mr. and;'Improvement of Elt'mentifry'Schools. of Grandia had as weekend
Thursday, May 11: Mrs. D. B! guests their vson-in-law and Mrs. fi. S. Brantley attd her
lytes' Monthly Training and Community Church Young Association on Thursday, W. H. Mann and lie Hea- Campbell IMri :
Section n Duplicate Bridge Lottie daughter, Mr. and'Mrs.. mother, Mrs: Ruth Reed of
5 to 7 m. People 7 Educa- April 27.WiDiam. Parker spent the! Jerry
Dinner Meeting, p. meet. p. m., cock made a'.b s ness, trip to! attended'
Club 10 Woman's Club. The award was given' by the 1 Schuman of Melrose the' weddingof
;. a. m: E. fLake weekend in St. Petersburg withfriends Savannah, Ga. ,
Episcopal Layman's Meeting tional building. : fBilll .Baker !
Community Church Choir Jacksonville last' Friday, from MassachUsettS. j Southern Association of Colleges -, Mrs. Rhoda Perry of Melrose a' friend in Ocala' last Fri-
Camp Weed.CommunIty. Monday May 8:, Geneva, president, of the Gen.. ,and Mrs. Hollis visited I
and Secondary Schools night.
: day
Practice, 7:30 : m: spent with
p. Principal Clarence C. Holden Sunday Rebecca
Church Choir Girl Scout Mel- CTOUO. urged everv interested -
Troop 147 person Mr. and ,Mrs. William Wood-: *
Junior Woman's Club 8 : and is one of the highest j Brantley J. H. of Palatka
p. elected Mrs. Rye
was viqe-president, of
in having this law
PractIce 7:30: p. m. rose Parish House after school. ford of Daytona' Beach recently. -
marks of
Friday May 5: j I Den 1', Cub 'Scouts, St. An- m. iwssed\ to contact his legislator : j the Putnam County Education recognition a' school]! H. B. Sikes entered Doctors was the weekend guest of Mrs.

. Rotary Luncheon, 12:15'ne's Parish House, after Get'your ticket for the Womanless immediately and urge him to Mr. and: 'Mrs. Fred Beard and:Association for 1961-62.. at its, can achieve. Only schools'making ,Hospital in Starke last week. Callie Rye and Mrs. Herring
Wedding, if you don't continuous progress] at their home in Grandin.Mr. .
. noon. school nnort the measure. on Allen of, Newberry visited:recent meeting in" Cresceritj{in education: from both' the!' Mr. and: Mrs. W. D. Gornto;!

: Episcopal Laymen's Meeting i AnnualCovered Dish Luncheon already Another:have Fish it. The Association, is planning friends !in Melrose recently. I City. If j standpoint of immediate eVal-:had as Sunday afternoon visit- and Mrs. Lesley ,Price of

. Camp Weed. : Community Church Women Fry a "cookout" at the home of T. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stephens -' TomnV. Bass and Emory!'nation and long-range: planning -!'ors Sidney Gornto of East Pa- Melrose ,were visiting in

: Girl Scout Troop 190.,after' 12 noon.Community. The Keystone Indians will w, Baker on Lake Geneva on of Bostwick spent the Cross from Tallahassee spent' are eligible. iatka and Mr. and Mrs. Harold!Graridin.,...-_ -..Sunday.- ---- afternoon..
. school. St. Anne's Parish I Church Board of sponsor ,a Fish Fry at Keystone Thursday ,May 25. Invitations weekend with Mr. and' Mrs. R.'the weekend with TDI my's1 )t,Gay and children of Starke. '!
S stewards Beach on Friday May to attend parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack f INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty
House. [ 'meets 7"p. m. [ this event will be L. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hutson
I 112, from 5:30: till 8:3C: m. : .
p.
, Boy Scouts' Webelos DenS I Teen-Age Instructions St.!; extended to officers of the Mr -and Mrs. Fred Fredriks- Bass. ed the disc 143 feet. Melrose and W. C. Burns spent the ,
. meeting. 6:30: St. Anne's Parish -William's 7 p. m.Lion's |For the" information all newcomers Bradford County Cattlemen's; son of .Jacksonville recentlyvisited The Woman's Club gave a also established new marks in, weekend at Horseshoe. }I Bonds and'Allied Lines
j
the Indians thei '
are Association bake sale at the post office for
I House. Club Dinner Meeting.:i football team of Keystone 1 and others from Mr. and Mrs. James L- public the sprint medley and'mile re- Don' Selgler had charge of1' Reynolds' Irftixfchce
the benefit of the. li-
I Boy Scout Troop 105, St.Anne's 7:15 p. m. I the Extension Service. Price This
. Jr lays. was the first year
I
t {Heights High School. So come Prayer Meeting last Wednes-
. Parish House, 7:30: p. CAP Cadets regular weekly;' I Any person interested in. Miss Eleanor Miller of Jacksonville brary. <- Melrose has entered the meet.' Age'ncyW.
these hard- day nIght in the absence of
I'on out and give ] ; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoffman L. ReynoldsPh.
S m. meeting, 7:30: at Skytel. ioinfci the Clav County Association spent Wednesday with !
: Section Duplicate? CAP Seniors 'working boys a big hand. i is advised to contact and: children of Gainesville The powder: puff football the pastor. 2442 27th1Keystone''Ileiglhs <
I. .BridgeS meet Skytel, Mr and Mrs E. M. Robinson.
I
Honor Students game was played l last week between -
Roll, earliest spent Sunday with her parents I Mrs Bill Belcher of C iro.; .
Club, 8 p. m., Woman's Club. 7:30: p. in.Tuesday. President Baker at the Hush Sapn was operated on ] ( Fla.

'- Saturday May 6: May 9: over The at fifth'she-week, the Keystone period School is, date possible. at the Bradford' Hospital ands Mrs.: Mranj'Clarence_ Mrs.C.A'Holden C. Spires.won The the junior junior girls and won seniorfgirls. bya f fG4._ -; arrived. ..-- -Thursday-... 0' ., 'of_' :-,,last- .,,'\ .--., -
Walker's Boys' Bowling W. M. U. of First Bapist. doing fine.

:. Team Catechism.Palatka.Grades 9 a. m. 1.6 St' Church Keystone general IW meeting.1i1an's Club and to the a year close.Is Boys rapidly and drawing girls- Eighth Graders: Steve Mrs. M. E. ,Dunk of' Coral highest the tricolor scoring award blue'for ribbon the I. score New, officers of 28-0.for, next yearsBeta '], RlbE' HOR'SE8ACK!.

: William's Hall 10-11 a.m. Business meeting, 2 p. m. j who made the Honor Roll for Shackleford, Lee Button Carol wiririer, her "Flaming ''Fr nt- Club'were elected recently .
the fifth period are as follows: Baker arrangement pa-I I : President Carol Sue Hurst YMCA 'IiiithokaleekMikeystone
I Episcopal 'Laymen's Meeting, City Council meets, 7'P.. m. Virginia Campbell that re ders'of this column ier" in the ; at : Crimp
: Camp Weed.St. Cub Scouts Den 3 after I Fourth Graders: David Ma- Nancy O'Connor, Carol Steph- who have any affiliation with Iatka Garden Club Flower]I Vice Pres.. Doris Ford; Secy.
thia. Marshall Gallop Roddy enson, Joyce Warden Cathy Show. i Carol Rothhammer; Treas., :Heights off 'Hiway 21, N.
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William's Altar Society school at' St. Anne's Parish OES will join In the fellowship :j / ,
.. Bake Sale. House. I I Hutchinson GlIi-a'Massa, Billy Williams, and Margaret Pater. of this club. Melrose Duplicate Btidgejwinners [:Virginia Ford; Historian, S

a Girls' bowling Team. Pa, Community Church Sunday I I I Belote Diana Ilgen, Terri| Freshmen: Carolyn Forsythe, Mothers' Night At OES : First place, Mrs. J.{Elaine Samson; and Reporter' Beautiful Trails and Riding Instra.

: latka. 2 p. m. School executive board meet-! Christoffers_ Charmaine Float Reba Hall, Cheryl Cherry The next.regular meeting of D. Henderson and Mrs. Ray(Margaret Slade. Some of the'I :! tidn1'% WftftLti'S CHAMPION COW.

S St.Villlam's Teen-Agere s1, ing., 7:45: p. mMasonic I I Sara Lou O'Connor Sharon Jimmy McMurtry, Jo Wildt; Chapter 279 OES will be S'&rhes;; second pTa'ee1', Mrs:I members spent the weekend in', GlftL.Reasohable

: Roller Skating Party 7:30-: : ,'Lodge; Meeting' Masonic Brannon Patricia Cox, Kathleen John Allen, and Bernice known as Mothers' Night.. Alice K chum and: trs. George Jacksonville attending the': == .

. Pesti. Debra Brault, and Brune. Phelps: third place: MrS.GladyS. State Beta Club Convention".1Mrs. ;
10:30: p. m.Sunday .' Hall 8'p. m. Mothers'serving' as hostesseswill
: May 7: :Brownie!Troop 229, St. Wil Debbie Kingsbury.Fifth Sophomores: Nancy' Sutton, be; Mrs. Elizabeth Himble, McGill and Mrs. V. P- McGuire Mrs. WJlUams! ,;i I ; rates by) appointment only

CAP Cadets go to Mayport, liam's Hall after school. Graders: Naomi Vaughn and Barbara Ann Wh eler.'. .chairman. assisted by Mrs. Vogh: and fourth place, Mrs.' arts Mrs. Ford chaperoned and: Phone. : Instructor's Home. ((4237)-or,) ._ ,'Cam. > ((4213). )

: leave at 6:45: a. m. Wednesday, May 10 Roxana Valldejuli Gerald BETA Club Members i Anna James, Mrs. Helen Kennedy Mary Cook and Miss Sallie[provided. .transportation., .-..0" .6." ---- ., ., .. __ -1" .. .,
, Attend your church. I Den 2, Cub Scouts after Sheets, Jimmy Wildt, Diane Have Fine Weekend and Mrs. Jeanne Kline- Mansfield. ) -
: Baptist Intermediate Choir] school St. Anne's Parish Thomas, DottIe Hardenbergh, The Beta Club of Keystone] peter. The meeting will be Boy Scout Troop 109 spent l

, Practice 6:30: p. m. II I House Marcia Haberstroh Glen Few, Heights School appreciates the May 16, at 8 p. m. i Friday night and Saturday atl Formal

: Baptist Concord Choir Pra cSt.. Anne's Junior Choir Danny Hinck, Johnny Muir,, support given,, them by town-' OES Plans Card Party Camp Crystal. I
, I- -- -- Connie Byrd, Richard Purdy folks in the past months. Last There being five Tuesday in The. Post Office i is' now in ;:

Nancy Cherry, Jackie Godwin, weekend, April 2829.30, the May, Worthy: .Matron Beatrice the building which waS for-;; Friday & Saturday
: MCKAY AT KEYSTONEREALTOR Mary Ann Griffin Ginger Betas attended the State Con- Schroeder: is' tentatively'' arranging bier H frs Sundries. 1'

. Bleasdale. and Leslie Beam. vention at Jacksonville in the ):for 'a card party at Schools News I Ii
: George Washington Hotel and -.i! May 5th and 6th
APPRAISER the Masonic 'Hall the'night :
Phone 3071 Sixth Graders: Lance An- 'on The high school track.. team.
in ,
Associates: I., Brault 4151 &' M. Hgen 2391 dr,wsen, Stefan Brow Mick- experienced something new of May 30. More information came _in second' place beat:;I
the of '
history the Keystone e
LAKE''' BROOKLYN Jackson Terry King, JerryLovorn will follow in subsequent is'- only by Bronson, in the River-';
ft ], CRYSTAL LAKE HOME- Donnie Osteen, Darrell J School. sues. Keep posted. Always Track Conference i played -,!
land
sandy, shady Included.beach. SurveyTitle SITES-100' x 185', Rustic Mordente Susan Bird, Patti i On Friday evening they attended read the Highlights. Saturday at the University': :- Come In And Visit Us Let Us Show Y<
& Inn.! $%lM.. cottage almost the talent show and : '
; J'
new Womanless WeddingPromises "
j > deepwell Brannon, Beverly CuendetTahdNancy 'Florida. Several recdrds'were
of
$750. down ,$28.08 per mo. fenced citrus, lake the first state meeting ai t
bOro off for cash. cess. $4500. ac- Kingsbury. which candidates for state office Fun For All broken", one of them byMelrose's How We Can Serve You!
Cash. Order of Eastern Star
I Seventh, Graders: Virginia L Ray Renfro. He tosS-
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spoke. They also attended
LAKE BEnFORD-IOO ft.1 WHITE SAND LAKE-80 Brannon Carolyn Pudry Carol 1 Coke parties sponsored by the evening Chapter 279 of entertainment will present an k Be Sure To RegisterFor FREE Services!
gentle slope to water, on 8 ,
big ft. -
Warren,
Norma
frontage, good shade Tit Valldejuli Joann candidates'
oaks. $3295. $659. down, I supporters. May 12, and 13, at the Wo-|cp,
I1re, & jSufVey. l950f{ I Thomas Jane McMurtry, On Saturday morning, there I ,"
man's Club. One of the features -
$50.96 per mo. $1450. down, $ O.35 per mo. Patricia Cuendet Linda Lee was the second state meeting,,'' will be a Womanless; m wmm [AUNMY At i ij

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.. I Anthony, and Jim Davie. with voting for officials. In 'Me
Wedding which is always -
the evening, they attended th larious. Cast will include men

KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS.. MELROSE Hotel.also annual in the Beta George ball and Washington banquet, Melrose.from Keystone Donations Heights for adults and Keystone Washeteria


I Cancer Drive Under Way will be $1. ,children 50c. So be
sure you say "I DO" when they
Chairman S. E. and
McKay ask if you want to buy a
BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE Co-Chairmen Melba Hgen andIrene ticket.. .

George Brault LaRue for wish donating to thank to Garden Club Notes I

I .1.1II the American Society the en The most recent meeting of OPEN 2:4: HOURS PER D4J

SERVICE IIWheeler's GIFTS-TOYS II PACKAGE STOREShaughanessY's tire opening dar receipts from the Garden Club of the Lakes.

was held at the.home, of Mrs.
his Mini-Putt Carpet Golf *
ServiceCo. i s Course: There were many"putters" Gay Livingston' with Mrs. For Your Convenience

(lena j jfiJ i PACKAGE STORE on hand that day- This Fremont was Tolles a Flower as co-hostess-Arrangement ,
COMPLETE SERVICE ON OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY Saturday April 29-and they I wall PAI -
I Workshop' with Mrs.' J. i
Televisions-Automatic Wash- CLOSED SUNDAYS' all seemed to enjoy this interesting -
I I : L. Price conducting. The next ak riiii11.
Electrical : Keystone Melrose non-strenuous out-bf-
ers Appliances Out Highway
r logJ ,meeting-and the last of the j
board Motors-We1d1ng i;[door sport: Doorrprize' was rwon I I
REAL ESTATEC. .by Alan Clark, grandson f I'ear-w1lI be May 27 at the] LUCITEWALL '
Granite 5.2401 Melrose I o: Your regvl laundry services
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Largest & Most Complete Se-|' 1 I j II Claremont I. TBlles of Melrose.home of Lucille Davie. Lu Nel PAINT r luff'Dry-Thrift'-Family
lection of and I J. Pete O'Connor* .son will be co-hostess. Firiish-Shirt Service-Finished.
Serving Customers since 1947 Greeting Cards Mr: McKay and his Com I II Flat
19 colors and white
CAP Cadet News lovely
Between Keystone and Melrose Toys In This Area REALTOR I mittee members also wish to) oa>:
I
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I Keystone Heights REAL ESTATE I f,I express' apifreciation to'volunI -j Ij j On Monday evening. May I,1: For matching woodwork PLUS .

APPLIANCES-T V HARDWARE I MORTGAGES APPRAISALS I II..!I teer workers who did such al Lt. Foster and Lt. King lectured -s "Duco" Satin Sheen Engine! 8L 'I : .

Keystone Heights Phone 4297J i, good job that day; Mrs: Mar-! the CAP Cadets.,on the various -
ilyn Ruffini, Miss April Mesko' ranks' of the Navy as Also Wall Paper 1 Quality Sanitone Dry Cleaning and "Clean-Only") Service

earn'sAppliances Brooklyn Winifred H.CRAWFORD. I Mrs. Raleigh Zike, and Lionel| compared to the Air Force

i I Ii Brault. and 'Army. This' was in preparation Dec .t' ti tg'1 PLUS .
HOTPOINT Supply House .
APPLIANCES .
I Mrs. Schroeder Entertains for the lx>3$' trip to I IfaY1 ZIK-E
Maytag Washers and Dryers : Reg. Real Estate Broker The Estrellita Club of;Eastern -j! >Ort. ;. Shop ; Alteration
VAR-TUNG Departrherit-Rug Cleaning Service-Linen
PAINTS
Zenith T V Lake Properties Acreage !i I II :
Star Members-the working -j On Sunday. May 7 Cadets
SERVICE ON ALL MAKES I I Outside House Paint ; ph. : Rental Uriiform '
Ranches j Rental
Business 4505LI
City : arm of the chapter- ;' Keystone Heights]!,I,Keystone Heights, I -Pick-up and Delivery Service
Keystone Heights Phone 4252 Mildew Resistant I tContinued
Homes Rentals i: at the home of Mrs. On Next Page] .
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SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON "We Take A Personal InterestIn : I .. 0 -j
BOATS I II I ,I Schroeder Wednesday evening l I L PLUS111.
Keystone Heights Phone Your Requirements"Midway '
I 2'1411 April 26. Several new mem&ersj) .

The BOAT Barn I II : Keystone Heights .I were greeted, and they ex-l f C Our sincere thanks for business.and for future
Melrose K your past your -
work
'MELROSE GR 5.1101CONSTRUCTION ,I Odom's Hardware j'I Hivvay 21-Open SundaysGR i pressed their desire to OWLEn i cooperation in
for the interests of the Masonic 1 our efforts, to bring the best in Laundry -

JEVINRUDE &Su'fie1YIiARDWARE 5-2931 and Eastern Star Orders. j and
'I -o\ QlS Cleaning Services and increased prosperity in our
PAINT i were j :
SALES & RESTAURANTLawrence's Reports given regarding
SERVICE Cement Blocks'Red 'Mix 1 1 the success 'of the recent 'tr .h 1 1e i home area ''of Bradford'and Clay Counties.

Cement I Dinette i Shrine minstrel show. On

Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils Short Orders Sandwiches that evening the Estrellita ; ;

Meter Service Bottled and Draught Beers men ers 'served- a delicious I a '. :trade' at Home with Brddftitf' / <*/r'S py Inc.
Melrose Phone. : Gr. 5-5421 I.'Sundays Too- Closed Mondays i ham dinner. to about 90 of I ,
.
kitchen Open 11 A. M-9 P. M., the cast and at lUj, m after!l OKLAHOMA '
;
Bar-Mar.\Const.. 'Co..' LUMBER ,Keystone. Heights, .Fla. 1 performance. byer5f(:. of the I
'
'cast were served a full mid- -- OPERA,TitdG do
,HOME Additions IMPROVEMENTSRoom Awnings I San LebrydoLumber RESTAURANT DRIVE-IN I' night! : 'bttakfastHbya'the; -ladies.!i The Capitol building: J at Oklahoma City is remarkable .

Florida RoomsGarares :I Co. "?! Much of the. credit goes to I ] for two reasons. ,((1)) because it has no dome ; ,r STARKE CLEANERS AND' LAUNDRY:=: ,

White Top Drive'A 1:Mrs. Sara .McDonald, chair-!! and ((2)) it is built jright over a huge petroleum pool i
Siding FHA loans
Aluminum Ph. 428 Lawrence- Blvd. We Specialize in Custom, i ii i" GOD PLACE TO EA T"I'{ man. and Mrs. ,John Hirable., Oil is pumped from directly underneath the buildi i STARKE PHONE 9643201r
Cut Extra LengthsMaterials Dinners Sandwiches assistant chairman. Mrs. Him-
.
Keystone ,Heights ., i I ing. The State Historical Building is nearby and : KOIN KLEEN AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY.
i .Cold, Beer -, Sodas i t ble is the club president :
FLORIST Cement .Mortar' Mix- I I: Take Out Orders ; These ladies are never idle. houses Indian archives second ,only to those in the '. STARKE PHONE 964.3201 ; .

Sheet Rock 1 Open 11 a, m.-Midnight !On Saturday, May 22. the Smitheonian -Institute. Oklahoma City is particu !'

Edna Williams [Mill on Hyw. 21 at Middleburg.. Fisherman-You Catch and 1 j:lEstrellita ladies will assemble larly interesting; to visit, and oil derricks can vbe ,; ,* KEYSTONE WASHETERIA

'FLORISTNURSERY'WRS -t tPhone: Btl-51U.-.. Clean 'em-We'll Cook 'em 'at the Masonic Temple equipped seen crowding the domeless Capitol. i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS1 PHONE 3121
I 1" RL 21 Between ;
Keystone I :
with sewing .machines
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For" All decisions MILLWORKKeystone : Heights & Melrose needles, thread thimbles. and+ E-Z WAY LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS
!j THE
KEYSTONE J JI
) I TE BANK
Melrose t..... .Phone:..GR.ts.:3S1 WELL DRILLINGS sandw1ches. 'From this afldayi : : GREEN COVE SPRINGS -"p'IiONE 6't141

a GASBO'rfLEDKeyson! Millwork. Shop I S I i i drapes sewing-bee for the will halL come new I I II Y
DRILLINGs ;: I : CABh'E1'S DOORS PUMPS Club Meeting Postponed .
\ Gas Co. \ MEMBER FA.I.C.. ... ... .
FRAMES SERVICE No' of the EstreHita '
4 u ; WINDOW, : meeting r A Friendly Bank in, A Friendly Community -
,24 IUB SERVICEPHONE SCREEN'S MATHEWS |Club will be held in May, but' ., -
4551 Trfiri Materials on'June 14. the eJub'wm.meet I'i ..' '. Keystone. Heights, Fla. ,..E..' :',. : DRY CLEANING

Franchised Distributor" oft Sash Made To OrderKeystone.HeigtM Well Drilling 1'with Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder. ... N ;
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''THUBSDAY- --"-,_. 'MAY. -4, i9ei. _.BRADFORD.- .COUNTY, ..T,'-LEOR_.. i'$18T.. TLOBIDA'. _. : ... -, _..tt...... ELSIE, ._- .-I
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fV...................... All women of the parish are report. TTT.yytyT .Ty ylJyyT. .. 'rTTTTTfTTTTTTffJfTTTVfflTHERESSA Center in'Gainesville.-.Mh: Vaughn tf 'NOTICE1

asked to bake, although they Mrs. Jessie deVore Mrs. to correcta .Nb4ice is hereby given\ that glue r I"d. rr.b\d land w.ll bsola
KEYSTONE Jay was uniergping surgery at Public Auction on the 1st day of June 144! :, At .* *..: atuaiy
may or not be members of the Lillian Lawrence, and Miss LAITIf%' { a k inj ry. Mr, and Mrs. &:.I1. ot Bradford Stale or Florida: to pay tae iuJjUjil'd-: 10 ltALS
: herein set opposite to the same together with all Cvil\S,ul .u.l, i..e
Altar Society.At Avis Turner, all from Jackson- Griffis, and Mrs. Vaughnvisitedhim and advertising. '

HIGHLIGHTS 7:30: on Saturday even- ville spent Sunday with their '. '
By Enza BlanchardiAAAAAAAAAf By Ruth GriffisYYYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy there Tuesday night. Uc rripti S. T. 11' Acre Owner. Taxt. ,
ing, May 6 boys and girls of friend and former ; I y I ,4. w ; .
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co-worker NE of KEU X & .
1
We learn pf the illness -
.t '. ..... ,__....AAAjfiA...UVr. regret, to" .
Ajl: Instruction AAAA.AAAAAAA AA )< ol Rlnr. 4.- 7'. 19 & Cir.hy. Cellon %.(S
the Teen-agers Miss Cleva ,Carson. The three .. r of Earle Brown; former' residentof ; ; f :3 I R J>_ ., :

(Continued from Preceding Page) Class will go on a Roller Skat- Jacksonville ladies were in { this admitted Com at 'Intec. of S ', T', ; .
The Lawtey PTA will meet ;at Mr. .and Mrs. L. K. Childs and community, who, was ..
ing party. For transportation Miss Carson's departmentwhen Line of St Rd 100 V;" ':'V '_'
S the school cafeteria granddaughter, Susan to a New York hospital V ,
Tjiesday
Squadron will 'go on a tour of other information call Mrs. : even- :Taylor with E' Line of- ;. 1"-1. :
or she of
:.0 ?d&:,.port' Naval Base, and they was Supervisor ing May 6, when new officers will visited Mrs. -Childs1 sister. Mrs. recently. Our prayers and best Swof SE% run : "> : ;

hope to go on some of the Lena Clemens, 3501. Music in Jacksonville and all be installed.: As'th1si is' .the' last Jessie: Hatchet. ,in Thomasvjlle, wishes for an early' recovery are W along Rd 90 ft .' -,
During the" choir, to POD thence vcoat.
summer Duval County Schools. :
..
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ships and examine the air- members of this school year all Ga. fc&t Sunday.: Mrs. Hatchett extended to. "Pop" .and "Mom" Wstly 210 Ft|
practice will be held on alter
Mrs. Rand Edelstein of Fort '
craft. etc. U an aircraft car- members are, urged to attend. had the -misfortune to. fall and whom we all grew to love when thence Sothlr at ..
nate at 12 for ,
Sundays noon
Bragg, N. C. arrived at her '
,rier is ,in port they will have Mrs. A. 'H. Harley: has returnedafter break her hip recently, whehthey lived here.. We still, TU Angle to Rd
an hour. This is the best parents' home [Mr. and Mrs. :230! Ft thence Est- .
lunch on board: if not, they a pleasant week with the .Mrr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley had miss. you! Iv. & PSI riiM I to .
-
available tim The
next prac- Sam Gardner] Monday for aweek's "T"--T '. '. ,
If.3DJ will eat in the mass hall They Nelson Blocker in LakeCity. as ,guests over the 'weekend theirnieces. Mrs. j: H. Breeden visited, relatives Rd J10 Ft thence : ,> "
'
tice will be =
on 'May14. visit Accompanying : yY:
.
Xtbly 230 Ft to '
will leave Keystone at 6:45: Mr. and Mrs. M. L. rTurner Mrs. Mary Joyce Arroyo Vat Santa Fe Wednesday fast 'f : V ; .:,',
Personals her PUB -i.-O : .-'V !
Mrs. Edelstein was young I 5 -f., 1 BUI. Ranks, 9,48
Sunday morning, in order to spent the weekend'with their..son- and Mrs. Edna Powell of Miami, week. -,', .
During her recent loss the- on, Rand, Jr. Lt. Edelstein SW 4 of SWVi 15 .6 20 40 V J H Buliard'j a.3$
arrive by 9 a. m. death of her, husbandMrs.Paul will drive down this weekend I in-law and daughter, Mr. and her sisters, Mrs. H. E. Moorer Nr1. of NEB; &. >'- a. _'
McKay Bowlers Take Second Mrs. Horace Cashing and daughters and Mrs. B. C. Powell of Miami, TTTYTTTTTTT.TT. T.TTyTTY1. SW>4 of NEt' & ,-
Harvey felt she was cer- for a visit, and the family will ,' N H of SW>4 E of V
The season is now officiallyover in Tallahassee.Mrs. Mr."and Mrs. Harry 'Naieau of River '21 6 21 : 90 J |I Buliard. 42.2aLot
tainly among friends in Key- 1Q home together, Mr. and Mrs.
for the Women's Bowling stone Heights. Following the Bert; Christoffers, Jr.- arj: Lt. Louie Frigo visited her Hollywood, and J. H. Mayo' of RISINGBy I 6 of Blk J' tn V V '.
Town of New '
League' at the Azalea Lanes in sister Mrs. Luther Billiard, and Tampa. River
funeral in Massachusetts, Mrs. Edelstein's parents. ,!!-U 6 20 Jessie Matthews 6.11
..Palatka and McKay's Bowlers family last Saturday. Rev. Charles Phipps, chaplainof ', .
Harvey spent two days in 'a Mrs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA Ix>f4 of BLK 32 in '
1. took second place in the finals- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tomes Mr. and Mrs. W., J. Wilkison the State Prison, conducted Town of Xw Rh'V
Boston Hospital, and has recovered Sew lkEst in
Pamela and er 23-24 6 20 Jessie
and daughters,
second for visited their Cecil morning arid evening services at >AA
They also came in daughter, Mrs. .. ,
,
;' .
her At 22.039S.71
strength. Bullard
present 5 NWU of N\Vi4 2S 6 20 40' J "H '
8 and respect-
the high series. Bettie Sprow she 'is living at 32 Janet Cheryl, aged Dobbs, and family in.Jacksonville. Hope Church last Sunday while Sunday 7 will be Hpmeomfrrb Lots 12 3 S of Rivr '.,'
May -
''Jl1 star of the team, was top galL ively, recently moved to thisarea Sunday to Friday. Mrs: Wil- ,the pastor, Rev, M. .L. gackham T.fJ: '"i r.f Txit 4
Road Wallaston Boston Mass. ,
Hiway & Ex
from Minnesota They live 'at Bayless *,Church 1 R/W &
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'with 599 for a three-game ser Lon from Secauses kison's brother, Marvin_ Thompson was holding revival services at ; VV Ex borrow pit 30 6 20 175 J II Bullard
Donning, at the lake. parting at 10 a. m. A basket
Lake Geneva
on
ies. McMurtry, another of Jacksonv1Je] visited them Northside Church. (Continued on next page)
Dottle
N. J. is his :
,spending vacation :- and lunch wfll'be served at 12:45. AllIsingers
operates
Tomes .
Mr. owns '
:- shining light, won the high at White Feather Saturday. Q,film.strip on.the.Baptist Memorial' .
Frances }. ur. a Peat Uine at Hall Lake. Francis Hospital in Jacksonville are: especially invited toTome
eat singles with 571 Court. Mrs. Eunice confined 1- Fire Liability Life
and help'with; the services, -
elli came in third in the sin- Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Eganof They are members of St. Wil, in St. Vincent's Hospital., was shown during Training Unionat and the public 'is cordially invited "

gles. So, altogether, aside Chicago, HI. are touring liam's Catholic Church. John Abernathy of Hickory, N. Hope Church last Sunday night to enjoy the day'with the congre Constant Service

., from losing Pat Pawlikowski, Florida. Before going down the C. visited a cousin, Charles Shu- by Harold Epps and E. B. Norton. gation. a *.' .

they had a wonderful year. west coast, they are enjoying I 81.. William's CatboUChChapel l ford, and Mrs. Shuford last ,Sat Stanley L.; Giesey, nephew of

tr fettle Sprow also had high their second stay at White 'I Keystone. Relrhti- urday.Mr. Mrs. R. C. Dampier and Mrs. J. Mr., and .Mrs. Gene, Miller and Over fill Years

game for the year. There will Feather Court. and Mrs. N. J. Stricklandof D. Griffis made: "a surprise Visitto Earnie Norman _of Gainesville,

be a banquet this week to Don Widegren of Mr. Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. O. this area last- Saturday. His and Mr. >and. Mrs. 'Herbert Nor-

wind up the season in style. I I and Mrs. E. V.:,Widegren son Jr., Holyday! Mass at 7:00: a. m. J. Anders during the week. Mrs. ship, the Lake Champlain wasdocked man and family of; .Okla aha

CHURCH NEWS Tuesday Mass at 8:00: ft. m. Strickland is Mr. Anders' sister. at ,Mayport. They left14oriday were'dinner: guests of Mr. and T' r H.CJALIV
I is hoping he won't have to attend -
t. Community Church I his graduation, at Bolles Confessions before all Masses Mr,and Mrs. John, Wyrick and for the Grand.{ }Bahamas Mrs. .Edward: Norman last Satur-

;' On Mayo, at 12 noon the Baptisms, marriages and la- Miss Mary Julia' Futch of Tallahassee and were to have the distinction day. .
I School in Jacksonville on '
annual covered dish luncheonfor I crutches,June 4. Don fracturedhis Auctions by appointment. spent the 'weekend with of recovering' the. space, capsulesehedpled Weregret that Mrs Genevieve AGENCY

the Women of the Church ankle last week, sliding into COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Elizabeth to be fired Tuesday Solano is in the Bradford County ,..

will :be held. At this time, Dr. third base. KEYSTONE'HEIGHTS Terry. They all visited, Mr from Cape Canaveral. Imagine Hospital.Mr. V : ,

:Holt will hold an installation and Mrs. G. W. Durham in'.Jack- their dismay when the firing was and Mrs. John P. Casey -
Seven Keystone Heights boys
.t service for new officers. attended the Beta Club con- Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister\ sonville Saturday and Sunday. postponed because of weather con- and family have, returned home

= Incoming officers will be: vention dance at the George Mrs. J. L. Hetherinf Other visitors 'during the' week ditions. t after a week's vacation with Mrs. Support

President, Mrs. Charles Wal-! Organist and Choir Director were Rev. T. L. Howe on Saturday The James H. Breedens held Casey's brother' and family in
Hotel in Jackson-
Washington '
lenius; First Vice Pres:. Mrs. ville last Sunday School, 9:30: a. m.. Morning and Mrs.1'.. B- Webs,:!Mrs. open? house At-tbeh-.beauUful; new: Panama City. '
% Saturday evening. '
'E. V. Widegren; 2nd Vice Worship, 11:00 a. m Martha Bales and Miss Enza home on Silver Lake last Friday. PRIVAIEENTERPRISE
,
They were guests of Beta. Club Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Larramore
Pres., Mis. William Welz; Secretary Blanchard on Sunday. Mrs.' ,Durham :- night. Friends of this popular '
of Ocala
y9 girls from Keystone Heights and Mrs. Lpca Lewis
Mrs. M. H. Schroeder; ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL has the prayers; and best young couple called during the visiting
School. Those who attendedwere were Mrs. Alma Davis
Treasurer, Mrs. Marshall Gal- CHURCH. KEYSTONE wishes of all, her friends: evening and, the hosts received .
: Alec Livingston George We extend our sympathy to the many lovely gifts. and family over the weekend. The Principle Which/ Made Our

lop.The ; Leath, Billy Carnes, Joel Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church '
United Church Womenof family of Mrs. G.-'W; ''Durham Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan \OTlrp:OF l\TR\'Tlb\
7Ii 'Martin David
will Brault Johnny School. 9:30: a. m., Morning MRGisTrn! Fieirriors NAMB Country Great!
of Florida
the State ,
Wainwright
Mr. and Mrs. Jack JrQID Miami alter
f f Schaeffer, and Johnny Allen. Prayer and Sermon list Sunday hayp.returned Notice IS her"iten' tbnt 1hA
meet in Di Bona Beach May Mrs. and children, of Waycross, 'Ga. a pleasant l visit with friends ndrelati.es. 'indorsipned. un t Episcopal
Accompanying them were Holy Communion) .m- -
p
15-16.17. if you wish to at- Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida,
of Jacksonville .
Dan
Lena Clemens and Mr. and Young Churchmen. and Wainwright *ct. of 1941.: will roister with the
te nd! contact,Mrs. D. A. WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS
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please
:
Mrs E. T. Martin. Holy Days 7:30: a. m., Holy were weekend 'guests"of Mr. WPs. Carole Led' tter of Miami "irtrint th> rttfiit" hurt, 1n and ,
Nelson, our State President oft and Mrs. T. L. .Wa 1wright. for Btadford County, Florida, upon j
is visiting'Tier Mr. andMrs
Communion. parents,
Community ,Church Woqar Mrs. Emery H. Cooper attended receipt of proof of publication( of
the the St. Augustine Dio- Third Wednesday Parish Mr and Mrs. B. E. Reddish : J.PPhillips.: ; tins q men. have their grandson, Jackie Ports, \Vestside Gulf !Pt tion, under wbH
$t. 's, Episcopal i cesan Convention in Orlando, Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30P. : this Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan I am engaged in biiiln*>"s-at. 750 "W.Madison :
4JW of Tallahassee with them SLADE GAS
Stark*-; Fla.
m. ala SV
April 24-26. Mrs. Cooper is a spent Sunday ..f l'Jloon.in Q
The Accolytes' Training and week. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Becfc: Ii L. I.. Vnrnes, 6|.4X., \fLtr St., ofYour
I I member of the Diocesan Board. The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle. with Mrs. A. Sullivan and Mr. SOil> owner. '
will be from 5 Sunday.
meeting .
dinner of visited them '
Paw- Vicar. Hampton arid -Mrs. Arthur Milhlkan.Rev. Dated this 27th day of $prl.| 4.
Pat
Friends of Joe and
I to 7 p. m. Thursday, May 4. i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williamsand '''D.. 1W61! at Starke, -Bradford,Coyntj -
j likowski and their children, of Wellborn visited and Mrs.. M: L: Packham Florida. Business is; Appreciated
Donnie
I I The Women( of St. Anne's I and Mrs. Pawlikowski's mother FIRST, BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. .Harvey Vaughn spent ; 4-27 4 t 5-18 .. -
are reminded that the U. T. O. the H. E. Priest family over the 1 I
I I Mary Smulski, will be happy KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS- Monday at the University Medical .
Ingathering will be taken on weekend. .
-, .
a I to know that that familyis '
Sunday, May 7, J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph Guests at the Darley and.gen- .
itself to Tennessee -
I This will be .the Laymen's adapting Copeland, Minister of Music and nett homes during, the weekendwere .
t just like it did in Keystone .
II Weekend, May 5, 6, and 7 at Heights. In other words, they church organist. Lonnie Prescott.an<1.Mr.<-apd ,: I : A ?

Camp Weed. Alex Brokas, Services,: Sunday .,School 9:45a. : Mrs. Vaughn Prescott of Mi.idle-: .. ,
are "into things", as usual. Pat '" ,
Richard Murrhee, and others m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.. burg, and Mr. ,and, Mrs. 'Ralph .; r.u'f i '(11111: >1 s ii.
has been busy organizing, directing .''" .
of' Starke. :.. t C ,
will attend. m. Training Union.. 7:00: p. m. Darley and daughter ,. '
and playing the organ : '
;
Evening services 8:00 p. m. You George Roberts, Jr.- and son ;, .
Rev. M. H.Breyfogle: will attend for the church choir, and has ,', ", .
Confer- are invited to.share family.. Prayer. Ricky of Tallahassee_ spent'=Saturday ; ... .' ':
the Clergymen's had.a lot of success. Keystone'sloss -: > I
.
tune with Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. ,
with us- -- r
ence at Camp Weed May 8, 9, is Tennessee's gain. '
Roberts.Mrs. .
and 10.There. June Rldaught. youngest .
Effie Miner vWted Mr. !
grill be Holy Communion daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
,
Mrs. Bill 'Reid and sons in . 1.ade'
Ascension THE RIGHT POINT for the and .
at 730 a. mon Harold RidaugHt.came home 4 '

Thursday, May 11. from St. Vincent's Hospital way you write. Come in and select Jacksonville Wednesday. ;r:1: ..

St. Wma'. Catholic last Sunday, after being therea .your favorite ESTEl} ROOK Mr. and Mrs. D. W Starling. > : .; : :
:
The? *13 t te; a Bake Sale week for surgery. She is do- Fountain Pen: TELEGRAPH.fi spent the- weekend: their campon .i :,:-- {: .,

'on Sairtf&i? coming, May 6. ing very well we are glad to the Ok1a.waha'Rlver.' : Guests t'0.; ,' iorJtCar .

Joining them were- Steve Starling, .
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Jacksonville, :; jT
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Moser of Orlando. They report .3 ff ..

t I ... wonderful fishing luck and a good.. .. .
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II : { ;time in general. .
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V y+ ? Mr. and Mrs. Eugene' Pearson- ,

', were visiting friends In Cotton- .
wood and Dothari'Ala. the first !,L:'

:4 ZA part of the week. .
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Mrs. Evelyn Norman and son .. "

I K 44e Reggy of Ocala are spending. Her, T

here with her parents
vacation
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: Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Pr vatt. .. ,' .

Mr. and Mrs.D.'B.'Thomas and ', __._ J

I >e "cd Dianne spent the weekend;'onsort: "" ..... ..r c "

of a tour of visits toMr. andMrs. '

I j 1. ....' Tommy Mrs. Lacy Hewitt Thomas in Ocala!in Groveland,Mr,and, Put your money where 1 it I ,will do,',the inost good. in' a new F0RDf :

and Saturday ftightwith i : :Mr.:and .VV t ., i r : ;'' .

.'f Parishto' Avon ;
= Mrs. Winton : a'61 car, be sure STOP. .SWAP. .SAVE! ...
-of -Joa cai"3 1ageBefore you troy
Park. Mr, Thomas' mother S O''p" sl :r'mou:5'l 'om.. o '
l 'S 'Jacksonville accompanied themto, -. \* yw. ';- v-7s-'it"Ma: '611! That> mean a.cay as today at, your Ford"DeaWa. '
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1'i: t "' Enjoy a full summer is a beauti--
visited the I care-free and capable u the 61
where she '
Groveland l'' V
1e Thomas family. 'She"return ( ,/ Ford...the car that'a beautifully fully built 61 Ford. 1

Lacy D; : '-Thomases"who now for a '61 Ford, Sales are up andbunt: to take care f.itlf-tb '5S"Sl2IiSftSSiattXS( ,:
,d with the a
'&ietr' return your Ford Dealer in position to pay car that was deliberately built to ='f'oSr.'i/OO.d.4, ..q!!.'l.-:::;=
: stopped by for her on p. ..dr air.ro..tM. .&.,
: I. trip. I' I SWAP top dollar for your trade-in.,. whichshould 'bark up its> long-term warranty*! u*---.d* um H inawm rn.. .

A '.'..... ,. cover the ,payment., v -- ,

.5 <'" THE EIGHT P,O ?''T for .the, # '


J t# Put your money to work in' one'of Oct war your yon write favorite come ETEEBKOOK' in.and. **- ;5"A VIE'with the car that'S.Beautifully Built to ,

J Fountain Pen.''TEllEpRAPHFaith. : Care of Itself. A61 .

-.U Accounts I: goes 30,000 miles ': ,

our Interest-Building Savings : between chassis lubrications,4,000( ) f $: ; me
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miles between oil changes, adjusts its x; : ,
A
financial : PrabyterianChurch .".'. ;
ahead road to ttcarttf. '
on
Takes fit iKonds-but can put you years Jour V
ill you just i ', pIclreBe own brakes, guards its own muffler,

Sunday services- Churcn S? ool. : V .never needs taxing, protects i 9- ,- .

1. i 1 -- ';" n6s'751.S9 3. y-45 a.m. MornngvWorehbr5ll| its own body. -_-- ,-.

I m.,'Rev Jaalw R. NeaJe Jr.-'pa.s-" .

', V Put mind at ease 'I t..or V d ,
your
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when travel with.American t I TRINUTCBtOCli m.. .., 'r4L' .. n l
you .. l
I l&FLBOSE I e .. e !

Express Travelers Cheques Sunday- V It.IV& ,m- /* Cburch y

School. 11:15 a.ni. .. :aloralng gray 0

IRdabll Ivtrphere,J.t only n!!""spend tbuL Promptrefllod Jf loaf Ritolea.utAptoaradlara. siand Sennfltf iinrat f t : .Sunday. ,
Holy Communion).]! p.:., CO1'1 ,<
1 YCUD1i Ch ttb1fteD. ., ,: Ford Dealers'peration

1 Holy Days l.. 'W. .. m. 'Hcly
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Communion. r w : 3'' rte '

The Rev. iflllird H.. .Breyfogle* : : _
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Vicar. "'i


1 FLORIDi I IMI FIRST- METHODIST. C1tH. ... ,' :.' Now On! -.. z',,-'.

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It T' S.'T."R( R lONE E. School for )ill >geill -a.sm:I. 'tERWILLEGAR .M01 ORS ,
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1u -- __ -_ __ _,_ '_ ,' Morning .". $v;'30Yooth 1 1L"m., > y'", : '
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OF 28 BAMJ.OFTHE,FWfllOA{ NATIONAL GROUP a MEMBER FEDERAL OEP051T.W&VRAN.GE CRAP. ; Wednesday '1:31..1tSI1.. :: ;: '.. ... p'{ >
W 'MADISON FLA
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206 r SJARKE ,
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1 I Ted Spriner%: Pu .






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R/W of ST RD
SWUof XEVi of E 2A of JJH of '
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DeftrrlBtlon S. T. B. 4ere. Owlet Tun .SFEs: ,1-A in' ? S&of SWU of 100 ft, S line of
'SE COP, 26 5 22 9 RoBM-TWhife : ;'G..l1 SW 22 6 23 3 C A Crum 8.34 XW. of NEU '

Com at SE Cor of "r.ir'to A Pt 465 S;': of SWU! of run N 335' for .
POE Cont X on
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BLK 17 & run X .Ft .W of St 1'.4 200 ."f'W. .. .XBH of SW Kx RDICO'. W Par

7* ft, tor a Pt of Then run. Sly 719 'j ? PAR Fold 22 6 22 3 John. Williams Est. 3.87 Sec Line 300 Sely .

Beg thence run W tt to' W R/W St 'r W US. of that port & Par to Rd 100'E

S'flN30.ttE (0', *' -' Rd>200 then Cont -". '11'.4-. .... .L... .... P. ; '' Of SH of SEU of .':' ., i 300' to POB U" 22 1 MarshaJJ P- Floyd 85.33
ft830fttoPOD .21.41 Son W Side of St' ,z ;'ftrs""' 5! T* *?' 1'r*.' of SWH Nor Gr .. ..t .J- .. '
Stalnaker '
8 7 20 W-C f" ;. .sfr'j W of of .
ifW..d. City1A : ..1 .' % SWU .
Rd 200-211 ft then ; : ;"; 0 y. ; :. Rd- 23" 6 ,22V Gerald L.: Crawford 6.61 > .
& W
XWU of
8n in SW Cor of E to B- line of. SWU" to..J 2 .
Lot 5 of Blk 2 in NWU of SWU
SWi!i of NW'4 Net of.SW% then N .: ". :
28.88
., Bradford 22 40 Edward .Wassermin
Rd & W of ,1.-;r,. \ ... Hgts s/ Ex Easement 18" .
900 POB E
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Ditch 14 7 20 1 E 2 1'ehtone ..3':. Rd ,0. x. Whelan" Est 94.76 D Ex S 110' ** Jacqueline A Moore 23.93 SEU of SW!i 19 i 22 40 'Jam*. M Bogers$ 27.38

1' Lot 210' Sq In SW Jf 250 ft Of SE: J = ; ..': .- E H -of XVTU of .4 Com at SW Cor of '
; SEU of EEx, Sg U of SEA ft
Cor of, W'4 of Nh of.NEU of SEU 26 i 22 4 .N sa2atwTIs4ala'; U1 22 5 Margaret Ray Colley 81.S4
a.87 N '
of Siof NW! 23 5. 21 1 Thomas S Hogged Jr 105 ft 28 a ; run X 378 Ft for
S 34"of Woi SW
a POB then E314FtN75ftW
E4 of
SEU of
AU SWH of XE% .! U of NW 27 S 22 13 3'tIn1t1r' .R.Jobn90n: :..88. SELL of NEt Ex ,.

which lies S ft W W; YE\6 of XE ; : 1" W lA 28 I. 22 4 Mrs. W T Tompkins 46.20 314 It S 75 ft to Williamson' 11.02
ot St Rd No. S- Wiley;
; 19 7 22
Beg
of a .
& NE1. 27 22 '
i. 1f.'l'-Ramhtoln.
229 & N of Van- 11.52E3' W66. ft of SE% of
derbllt &: New of NE3 of. SE '. SEU of NEU 28 8"22' 1 .Percy Sullivan 36.,9Lots 1.t in SW cor of '

River RdNWU 82 5 < 21 10 L G Alvarw ,.n 1,4' 27 S *? $O. :;.i'Wl1ilaa; Eat :1.43 a&:9: of Blk SW!.in of SEU ft1HA "' .. ;. :.

of SEU t S E 115' of SW a Oof'' SE d C' in landing SD 'S R Johns Jr. 23.43 of SWU ttW of SEt Cor 4 ,.. a';: + \j:frt

15' of W SIS' 34 $ 21 40Ray A. Salazar 54.62 H \ 28 i 22 20 L.C..aemons .. 36.78 Property End as 5- being 185 Ft E & '-i ;'.-i' t, ': .. y r

Com at NE Car of WW.,'of SE>x of SW'r.: "':" 'f' '': .. foil. on N by Blk 11 W by 300 ft X & .

SH of XWU of U & EU of SWUofSWU ..... ... 1 TV by Church St S > : S 20 7 22 3 Lula Banks Est 10.34

XEU run S 250* Ex 1A in 'by Blk 12 &; E ;. Com atW Cor of .t '.' t
for POB. S 105'. :NW Cor of EU of Y' by.:Water St in > SW s of SEU &

W105'N1DSE J E' Garrison .-,.37 SWH of 'SWU of'L,,,,,,; '&,)'I.;' ;. Orlg. Town of run E IBS ft for
105' to POB l' 21 of Church 28 5 22 29 Estal C Moody. %!.S1 Starke ." W B Sewll 181.85 POB then S 300 ft, .. .+ : ; .

Lot n of Blk 1 ... 1 Lot, 60' N ft S by .. Lo.I5&I) : Tot BlkIS .1 t E 109 ft, N 300 ft, '
Cat 16.52
5.61
Crosby Lake Shores Muriel Alaslle 50' E .ft W' in LotS .. ." 'In Orlg Town W to POB 20 'Z U 1 Jesse Alexander

Lot 6 of BLK 15 .' of Peetsvllle z- 't, ,1 of Starke .. '::w Mrs W T Marshall. 157.58 SEU of NEUSWU n 'I 2Z 40 Robert E BelL Jr 103.22

Crosby Lake Shores Eunice S GunterS3.4ofEofNE $.61 Beg 200'- W,, of NE L
1 Cor' 35 5 22 Howard. Hamilton 47.20' ,L; :r.t COIl S/D .. 5.61 Sq lies W of Gr '

ft NE SEU Lota 10. Jl.. 13;: 35NWH 6 22 15ottSt.qnt.Et. ; 22.93 Let' 2 of Blk 12 in Louvenia. Robinson Rd in NE Cor of I.
X Wsssei .. f Rhoden 6.11
men 22
of n 'l' 1 Leroy
224.40 I' t of NEU NWU
Ex ease 13 .7 .21 100 Edward tnA of. SEH of L'.T ft SID : .
Com On W side of .., NW% Ex IA in UOt'S'l; .&: ZCoof Blk .' J W Robinson 10.97 1 'Trianuglar Lot .

Rd 200 on'S side NW Cor & .Ex 2A + : I IS In L T ft Cos Desc. DB 88-

of Ry In .SWU of in:SW Cor ; 95EH 6 22 7 Henry. ,Brown. $.6.1 SD .. ; ,, Mack] Coleman 23.93 245 29 'l 22 Roy James. Johns. 10.57

_ NEU & run W of NW'4t! W.er of BIb 15ft :?r' Lot 4 in Mt Vernon
DC ft S 312 ft. SW% 951A 5 22 20 EVA Roberts 23.42 "16&EofLotsl S/D 29 'Z 22 Emma Haynes_ Est. 10.07

Ely 1ST ft to Rd. la- NW Cor of .... .; &lofBlkel7&1S .. r.I Lots 4 &: 13 S/D of ...;, \ :. (", .
N 2J7 ft to POP 24 i721 1 D L TBORULS 14.S5 SEU of NWU; as' 5 22 1 Charlie Mae Hamilton. 2.93 In L T & Cos S/D Mary Coleman 11.07 NH lot NEU of

tfom at Int of S line ; Com at NW Cor :of ; '" ..' E :38 Ft of Lot 3 of I NW ti Ex Rd 29 7 22 8 Clemon Alexander 10.57
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NWu' of &E; & SEH of SWH rpn Blk 15 in L T &: :. ',' All SWU of NWU -

W Bdry of St RD / B 650 ft to 'Rd 200. I' : ...:. '. Cos SID ; c Enoch Tyson 32.84 N of Ry Ex RAV .

..200, N on Rd 466.1 S .Wely along Rd N SO' ft 'Of Lot 4 of '6 Ex E 858 la

For POB. N 153' : ; 345 ft to POB Blk. 18 in L T & '. City of Hampton 29 7 22 4 J S roads 4.37

W 198.5', Sly' 298' = I Cont S along Rd Cos S/D ':'li Alberta Watkins 12.79 All of SW% of.
N 79 Degs 40 mID 417 ft W 2933 ft. .. NWU N of Ex .
Rt
Lots
115.53 J S, e, of Blk 40 ,11 '
Hofer .
E 184' toPOB 24 7 21 Jokn N 439 ft., E 381 ; R/W Ex W 462* 8.34
In L T ft Cos S/D :r?' : 29 7 22 13J. S 'K'6ab
lOA In BW cor of ft to POB 2E 8 23 3 Joeepb H: Gumber 228.10 4 Lilly Hicks ft Lonnie Jackson 10.57 Com on N aide of .

NEU of NE W % Of WH Of SW% .' N 5o ft of Lot 2 of GS&FRyonE .' ,'j. : :

of Branch & R% '. of SWH 4 6 23 10 Jordan T. Brantley IiU2 Blk 47 in L T & ; .. side of SE.}.. of
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of XWU of XEtift Il' : .. c NEB of NEH E of ,. .. '..,. NEH ft: run N 362 '
SH of NEU of 'St.Rd1 tooi' SDElk Hazel Williams 15.02 ft Wly 130 ft to : ... :
NWU of SEVi 10 7 siS 150 ajarfxret ilartlneau 33.34 $ 1. U 2 Leo. '1'. Sullivan 5.61 48 in Iii.; t. 1. 4
Rd.
Sly along Rd
Lots 15. 16 .in W4of JfWU; of : L.T ft.Cos S/D ,0 John H Hicks 45.70 310 ft to Ry. "- i{ :;'.
WoodlawnLota : : IS '22 20 RuroM Starting 11.8S NWH E'of St R4 16 8 6 22 8 Leo T.! Sullivan 90,21. Lots, 2 of Blk 46In ... along N side of Ry ,.

All NU W of Ry ft: .: .?. :, e LT ft Cos S/D .' 289 ft 30 'I 22 Meads "
7. 8, 9. 10 & N ,., :. ... < Sallie A Joe Williams 14.52 1 3-S !. $.87
E of. 13 Ex W
Rd % of Lt
1 of Blk' "-
'.If' Com ;
SE
H, of 23 in Wood at cor of ) ?
lawn Ex R/W &; R/Yf 10 .. 2t 31 Mr!!., R' A Grlttls Eat 10 ft S %0' of W% ,. :- SE!4 of XEU then .
'. 123.7'1Com of Lot 2 Blk 10 L ', "
r!: drainage easement r run N 225 POB. t. -
:? it : :" ,,,,'. T Cos ,Add ... ': -'
SW Cor "
of
ft borrowpit Farmer's. Supply 86.80 W 750' N :225.! E 't' .r. "
easement 18 5. 22 45 JP Sullivan 29.88 E* of SW ot. :" Lot 7 of Blk 27 In ... ;. 750' S 225' to POB 31 1 22 4 iJoe: 1J Ollnr.. ?. .11
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Com.. at SW Cor of NWV&'run: N .. Temples Add Mable Salllyaa 201.63 SE;s' of SEU Ex 5A ... -

RW 4 of NE ,. of 400" for. POB. E '.t<::;F.. ,. '' ..., ,., Beg at NE Cor of '' .. in SW Cor & Ex '
200'
NW'', &runNtn: I 'N 100' W SEU of NEU run '+, IA in NE Cor ft: .... ..i .
NR/Wof St Rd 200'. S 100' To W 335 ft S 330 ft ; Ex 7A in SE Cor : '.,
For POJCont N PqB ft: Strip 15'. r :: to POB then E 139 & Ex Ry Ex N. > '

o> W line 417.' E N6SB forgo -:" ; '. '" ftS50 ft W 130 ... W. 220' W of Co Gr \ : .

308.75'. S 417.5' to I .. cess to Rd 10 I 22 John E eRa.e" 9,11S ft N to POR. 29 8 ; 22 Lea ..Buckles. 16.5 Rd 35 7 22 27 J .4.QiIii,,' ,:", .' "$

N, dir of R/W W % of SWH of ',.. .t C""t." ;:,. Com at NE Cor of J;* S.- Com at Int of Ely "t',. 'Iri..! '
to POB 18 5. 22' 2 Eugene, 'Brewer Et AI 8.87 SWU of NEH: & SEA of NEH & R/W line of Rd <''''..',* > ; / .
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tt 46 In Wood- .', .S' .jof SEUof: SE. I run W 350 Ft S ; "l 100 & Sec. Line > 1'.i ,ty t .A' .
t
lawn 18 5' 22 10 V J Johns 7.84 H.of. ; NWH- 15 8 22 10 Wesley -JI Lake S.8 S 165 ft for a POD I f' run N on Sec line : .

EU. of NWU of SECom I. 1-A-ta SW .Cor ol : : Thence S 50 ft, E. 300", W 109' to '. _. -
!i 22 I 522) 10 Elisabeth Prlnoe Bartell 7.S4 SE'of S.WUF 1$ 6 22 1' KtaaeTh. Bagwell' 2.37' 150. N 50 ft W Ely R/W line of

\ 8A of SWH! of 150 ft to POB 29 8'; ;22 L M Gailln 39.29 RD
at Int of Wly R/W 334'o 35 7 -22 t' J D Terrell 38.79
R/W of $ t Rd 200 A Fly: R/W of S% of'SE" of f... ''-' Lot <4< of Blk 5 Lot 23 on Lakevlew

Rd 125 run 8 380' SWU of NWH 17 I 22 $ Minnie Lou Desue 14.52 &N&: S by' 125* .. of Crystal Lake
bark
For POB, S 15 deg. '. 2A lit, NE Cor of 0 : in Gaskin Hmesites Coleman 10.57Lot

E 100' E 75 to 'EH of. NEU .ofSEH '. Add .* ft Jamu W Tbocpas 11.56 34 on Cypressof
Lots 5 ft 6 of Blk B 1 '
ncih 8.11 iNannie Lake .
POR 23 5 22 Daisy 210 ft E & *. Crystal, '
in.. ?Plnehurst SID -.-"' Graham Sanders Homesites B C Allen 2.34
Blk 14 En Lot 7 In *. '- Wby410ftN&S .' ,
Town, Lawtey W ? ; 18 6 23 2 -WllUam.: Tyson Jr 4.87 ': 37.29 Lot 40 on Cypress of .. '

of Ry ]:)arl Prevatt 11.06 W 220 ft of NEU ? .. Lots Parkwood 1 through S/D 66 Ex In ;. Home Crystal ltes Lake .... Fred R Potter ,,' '.U
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of Blk %5' In of SWH 11. 22 'Z' Dorothy ft Jennie Hall 6.16. .
St4
of
Pprt Lots 1, 18 & Lot 43 on Cypress! t A)
" Lawtey W of Ry T George' F You$' 1!: 10.06 EH of NEB of :".:... .... : Is Conveyed. to .i.; Crysal Lake -

Half Blk 1 In tows ft ; SEU Ex 2A in. NE .' : City &: Ex Lots ,1 Homesites r Mrs Ena B Sparks 1.14Cypress'of'Cryrtal
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'of Lawley W .of .r" Cor' 18. 22 18 Ernest"Dell 13.1 51, 53 ,-63_.. 54, 56, N Lots 57, 59, 61 on .. *V

Ry. w Earl Prevatt 4.37 Lot "l of Blk.l in ... .- ': .. 51' 'ilk. Ltfftimo Coast Co. 262.04 .

Lnt 7 of Elk 18 .. .' -". I' Green Acres' S/D EJ'DAllt't: .f}'...uer 18.9. Lot' 51 in. Parkwood. .', i Lake Homesites -t": J.Michael D. Patterson Sofa for 22.20

Lawtey Eof Ry ,.\ .WUh. Jenkias. : 5.61 Lot,'. of -Blk "'in,. ,,'.:"-J",;:1 ii, '. SII.. ..1:. ';.. t PiW; Developers, }nc 219.45 .: .. ; '. .. .., : .

Lot 1 RID of Lot ': .. '" Sanny.-'Acr.esv ., "AOnt.Japapell : 43.3 Lot. 52 in Parkwood ; Lot. 8 on Palm 'of .
c 13 in town of 1. :- .. o' .' i' Begrat/SW-Cor ." : _: = .S/D, ;W.1s .1 3 F Crystal LakeHomesites ;
W
t ".. .-, j Developers Inc 219.45 .,t Wilfred G Gsk $.24
Lawtey E of Ry ; 7- : ; "!' W.- J. Barber 8.84 NE.U of .1Itorun / -" '-.. .. Lot.63 in Parkwood .. ..' 1' .: .
S 525 ft
ft of
Lnt 2 In Blk :. '.. : -IT '.SOS ft. 1 Sely 'i\\ '- ..... 'S/D N 103
16 in ; J.A i .. : : ,'" F W Deyelo p era, Inc 219.45 of that port. of
423:8 |
Lawtey E of Ry : r:r. Harry Kittle* 6.61 : ft, S"179 ft. .'. Lot 54 in.Parkwoodsp 1! ..: NEU-of-NWU W .
W ; U./- .
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347'ft toPOB y.- ( .
Ono Lot 100 ft E ft .,,' i '_ Ex .1, Lot in;' NW : ..... : : .. F W Developers Inc 219.45. of Rd 12 822 1 Elisabeth.. J. Laotgaa 11.07

W by %14 StN&S Y Cor 75 ft N. &: S --e .., .. Lot 56 in Parkwood : ; J y .: Com at;Int of E line 'I'
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In SW Cor of Lot ? ;: 'f : 'J" :\, e .eM
?: SID of *WU of NWHft
100.FtZ4 ., S J'.W '. Inc. 213.45 r' .'
Develop.
17 Ex B 137 ;.9lO> J : ,
ft In Lot
E ; 21 8 Legth4Spaglea I '- in Parkwood. .-" N line of
Lawtey E of Ry 'IlJ, !: at. Joseph.GamierRobert .11 X21', 1 .-. -' -' t1fnOn. 18.52.. SDTwiftJ'Ar: ..: t. : Inc 219.45 Won, Rd StRdl ; ,
Com at SE ... .. \' 800' W 10ft'St30r ,
Cor of rf .
t'S < West '
:B1.'J, & of 71'1,We2 : 3" : .
1. -
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Wk 18 "< ; 100' To '
ft E
run W f. ; Lot in NE Cor .110 .. '. Pine SID Ex Par .rt l-. : ,
80 ft for a POD ; 1'tlr&W.X150: in" SE cor being ; : POB 12 I 22 Elmer C 'S ower. $-11
run N 574': W 82' N Lot 1 of Blk A ft : .' --i,
ft. : Ft N ft' Sft EH .. & S by 90'I' r, .\ ,
lft, S 274 r't. E .. ''. t -otBlk'l" ft 2 S of B.& W Ex E 180 t l-20th Int in tract Al CaVlll ''; 15-02

80 ft to PORIn R 2 W ft 'JUk 2 8 FtCoin 29 8 -22 J'W E in Bedford Oaks .
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Thomas 52.60
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Town of Ian"tey ; '. :1, ; of R1W, Ex 2H\ :, at ,S E Cor of ." : .' Lot 5 of Elk D' ft "i, .". '

E of RT : ; AIbprt'rl1VJ1t. m s.iiom A In. SE Cor in .. .;..>. .'". : If. NE!4 N 44 Dg W ., ? .. ; l-20th Int in tract *
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C at 8W Cor of : .- Temples Salso '.'" 36.02 for POB. N ,. '" E of Bedford
Blk 18 &: run N Ii ..; :I t Ex Parcel Sold ; 44 Dg W371.98'N: ir' y.' Oaks S/D .. Staldtr' Wlndham 13.29
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274 ft for a POB : irl- I 49 Dg B ISO' N 40 : .' : .
'i' DesoDB Pg 14 ; r Tract 1 B Mt. Pleasant 1: 1
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Run W 80 ft, X .r". '. ft* ex par sold DB \ : Dg.W 300' to Hwy .- I .j_. ',k+.i:' '. S/D & 1 lot I' .
102 fE: 80( ft S ..i" I : 21 6.x22 25 EiBAttCbo-4rotel: 105.18 R/W Xely ? : ";: '
i < '. 85: 49! ;: : .on 1- : ; in SB Cor of .
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1"3 '} ,
ft to POB in t. R/W-122.88' E : : NWH being <{
BIt .. ,
6 of : .
Town of Lawtey .''i';".' .; .I .s: .. .. t Lot 10 1 la Thru N Reno S/D: 'lIt; :* Usyle- Feat &,,lnez HI r- 811.5'' S'jUi5: to .".i I r. ; -\.! ;' .., 716.10 N&S: by '0> 4-': .V .. tSterling .

E ot Ry ''' :, t.;. Austin .. 8.61 < '- .of tower<< 163.57 B'eg, 32 6 .:: U. .. D L Th w.. 'UI 466.10' E&W: .:; ; 1" I. .S"WTtP. .
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Jr.t3S.31Tract
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Bait 7JI E: ft 214'r; .. ". s. .. .;'\ Lots 5' Thru 10 of : "..r !
.. .' Jor.' Lots 8i &Vof-Bllt ISUiN .,' i'.. 1 .. ... : .:. : : '
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of SW Cot., of Lot ir. ... I,. _". 9fO: : ; ;.. Leroy Long. Jr. 5,61 .,B'lk 5in'E W Hayes .. I ;. 10 Carl Vol- .:. : i
21. r un.. 61', E "' : Beno ; : SID" E% of lkopf S/D .... 'f' James 1 Lee 124.S5 :

!tft', S 61', W 2401 .." ..'r-" Lot 3of Blte'tf.ln. .... i.Ancle / Magnolia St. AdJ '. 1 l'.. Com at NE Cor of .;' t .
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3fae Presley '
to POR in Lawtey. ,'; North'. Reno SID. ; -t ill Ex: R/W I D'L Thomks'. ZUI W"'run81'f0'for .-, .:'H r '

R of RR .,'"..! Henderson Hudson : IUSLot Et AlTearether' Com 'at ,NE .Cor of I :" POB. Cont. S 75' '.it : I
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23-A Ex N 100 LOt. 8'of fe "" NWU of SEU run W .
.' : WllliamaSaUy 5.61 To POB 13 I. 22 Mary Stores Et Al 110347MI
Ft In Town of .' N-Reaq SID : .W977.5 for POB ; .. .
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Lawtey E of Ry ". Joyce Lee Walker. 37.29Freddie Lot-3ef Blk 20 (a NReno ': 1H107.5'.W140.35', I Com 709 N of S line .
Lot 24 In Town of .. 0 ; I' SID r P-WUlI&m.S. 6.61 N 107.5' E 140.35: 1. of Govt Lots 2 ft .,. ron ,',
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Lawtey E of RyLot Bell 661 Lots 6/7 Of Blk 20 '."' To POB # sa 6 '2j. Ellen Holman 12.01 E R/W Hwy.

2T In Town of ... la' N Reno S/D : WUlie Mae Powell 10.0 1..SQA. in SW Cot .. I U, E 776.6' for .

Lawtey E of Ry J yr Biarbfr 6.81 jot'3.! 4 of BIt 1 la ; i : Cor of E% of ." POE', E 330', S 19 ...
'",.4 x < NW;f-of SE% Sf' ;21 1. Sampaon White f,11 deg.. E 200', S 21' ,
8 H6 ft of Lot 32 "7 > : Gahagan 8/D Ex. : '> :. ii 19.56 deg E 300', S 54degs. r ., .
.. Rasa Lee Thomas Lots 1 ft 2 of Blk 3 .
. in Town ot Law. -: R/W 45' E 200' N
E of Ry !' (S 0 Jessie Lee Barber $..61i Lot 8 of Blk 1 laGahagaa .. .j -In Lincoln City : Hattie. Starks. 10.1 86 deg. 30' E 220 ,: .

800' ft to POB. W !" '., : SID ex. RW' Aaron Holler $.11 Lot S of Elk Sin"-L ; : i. to E line of sect

200 ft S 100 ft. .4 Lot 10 of Blk 2 la .; S Lincoln City .' ; Alberta Oolltns 6.81 25.S on sec line .

R'; to W Side of a '. Gahagan S/D will :..Green. : 6.81 Lots2&3otBlk6 .: to'HI Water Mark

Klngsley Lake ..... Com 860' E.t $$' ... In Lincoln City : ',' : Haute Stark'u. 1O.0'Z of L Geneva, 8 70

Rd N 100 ft to .. ',. : Not SW Cor of t" ,oW Lot 2.of Blk 10 In .'j deg. 30 W n.$. S "f ? .
POD In Town of of SWH.N Lincoln City : t 22 deg. 60' W ':U. ,
... .! NWU Sarih Griffin 5.11 =.. -
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Lawtey E of Ry Walls Tucker 25.48 100', E 50. S 100', Lots 1, 4, 5. 7 ft 8 .{ N 63 deg 45' W .' .

Lot 37 In Town of ". W 60' to POB U 22 WillU Le. Pierce 111 of Blk 13 In Lincoln 140.5' N 14 deg. t oj'+r ",..? ..

Lawtey E of Ry .. I Com -366' B & 30' .. .. I .0-, r. City. R. Hattie, Starks lU8Lof 15' W 350%/ N 80 ; .
or S% of SWM of .e' N .ef 51W Cor of \ '-' ; In NE Cor of deg W 200', N 56

NWU of NWUt r r Jessie May Smith\ $.$1Alln .NWU of SW'*. X 'I",. .. .r. .: Lot 2 blk 5 110'SQ ., deg W225'. S '88 ,
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Lot In NW Cor of 250' for POB. E : In J H Johns ... deg 30 win.W Way. ,, : e .j.1
Lot 42 being 224' "'' .' 100' N 50' .W 100' .' S/D t If-mea 0 cDaniel 1.11 63.6'deg .y '
r 50' POB ZZ.:1 Clifford Pearce 7.61 ,' Nly To .T t RAM C9r;
N&SonE&,57: : S to. 1 Lot In NW CorotLot2BIk5Rpn .. : .
'N& SonW by '. Parcel Desc. In DB roB ot."i x ACorn <., r.., .' .
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too E & InLaxtey II, 88-441 22 I 23 Johaay'Lane' &.a1 E 220'. S 220'. N P at NE cot '
WRY $ r
.y" & M T Lee 20.9 25-8S-22B run ._ .
E of : 110' to POB 0 Elmer B Tbomu lU1W. sec '
,... Parcel Desc.. in. PB ; : W 681' to Pt on S '
W 150' ot .Wti of 83-443 22 < .22 Waher'We'rt 150 100' of NH of .' : R/W of St Rd 21

Blk 44 E of Ry In I'.. Jainea L Rowe $-11 Lot 8 of Blk 1 la : \ SE% 'Ex R/W IS' 22 H .Hartley IUS Cont on S Bndry ,

Lawtey Nat Williams I.Jtuht PaFU Ml Lot -4 of Blk :6 in. of Rd 800' for .
of < ..' SDua. .. : i I .. . r. F j
Lot 42 in town 'A p. South Gate S/D F Donald Bennett .... POB N 78% deg ,

of Lawtey E of .". -" 1'- ."-.." -- ...-- .:.: t. ,.. ... ...:;.s., ': .. .. :">At jar 'W f U_m.$lk:SI) ,...r. ;g.J.h n 4YWlIu.wilcb: .- '. 28.49 Com' at NW Cor of .&'::O=::.;:;.';.- _?-.; :..:;: '.. :- E 563 to Waters ._? ....:.i4. :d-: -' ,.. '{" : '! ....'-1.;..':. .. ".;' -:.. +

Ry Ex Lot In NW NEU of NWH ; t . Edge Sly along ; \, .
I i. 11.0 Lot'11.otBlkliu ._ .
cot r!? i. "WlltLee! .f. : : run E 840 S 28$' ". shore of Lake ,_
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Nat Williams SD 5.41
WIAofLot4SIn SWWalU.W01iam to S Side of Canal Geneva 300Wy918'toH0 .. .'
N% of Lot 13 of Blk '
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Town Lawtey for POB, Coat S :. '
... Nat Williams
E of RY Harry Kittle 8.4S 1 -S/D 'Aldrich 24.12 135' W 356' to .' .-. Along Hwy ;.. H j Eojr Jr. tin

Lnt 48 ft Lot 48 Ex ''. ..:, Lot 2"of'Blk 2 of '.' y Canal Ely Along ; ; 600 to POB .
-. Xat WJlllama SID Iren.Richardson 10.07' 380* to POE 33 8 22 of 2A in 8E / i p. t tm* :
N 1-8 &: Ex S 1 3 '' Canal ; ._ Leota W.: KcQUMB 15.1' Wtt '
In Town of Law- ,7' ..:. .Lot' of'Blk X ''Kit "1' Com at NW Cor of cor of NWH of 'S.U 1 Walter-Dcaley. :Jr. $.17

tey E of Ry r J W Roblaaoa 6,51 Williams S/D 4 t "$41 John. A Commlags 10.67 of SWH of NWU, .3-, '.. NWH 25 ., :
': Lot .15 of Elk J in ( .. :jt-
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11ot100ftN&S: 't > run S 506' for Com at NW Cor of r Y. :f'-i.1
by 400 ft E &: W .. v'. Nat- Williams SD .. 't'1, 1 Alfonso,. .. Jenkins 19.07 POB, S 358'. E '. I SH of SWU of ;" "i"':. In SE Cor of Lot ,"''I' ; Lot 20 of Blk 2 In !." 510.6 to RR R/W ; NWU run E20 _1.---. <'. .:- ;

5: in Town of .P... LotNat' Williams SID : : t $ofadef'DlAAj.. 'to. .. ".%1. N on W R/W 358', for POP. S 209', E ", "
Lawtey E of Ry James Lewis Barber 6.87Samuel Blk 2 ia W 616' to POB 33 .. .n Eta IAlbert ..Larrlaon lU'l 100'. N 209', W. .. ,

1-3 undivided Int. in ,. -:'. l t ;Nat WrNWViamd SD.. Levy Leaaon 31.44 1A' 21ft Ft SQ in '. !'T,. : 100-' to FOB &.Par : L" ,,

and to the S 205 .' ,-L : v i lLot of .'. ... It'. ., SE cor of XEU Ex. : \ on W side of S .: "'f.." i :t'.J.;,: .
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Ft of Lot C ID : ... SWU M' Dew inDeed .' :' R/W U 6 .U 1 J c EpTton 7.1' %84' Of N 461* Of .. _., 5- ".--"' ....'.< ..:-. ,M.-
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of Law t' i '; : : W W% of SWH r.
SID Com 399 Ft of -
Otts i SI Brown 'I.Lot' 11 301 Ex R/W In '.. '
,I ,.. ,I James r. : NE Cor of NEUA -. SWU of NWUbeing .
tey f Nat Williams SD n'o' U John Annie .Williams 1. Nft .;g ,
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In Otts SID $
12 .. ... ;.. tAult McQulre Bt 10..$ Beg at SW Cor, of : V W 3)9 Ft N 1902 r'. ., '- .r 103E&W: on Htrbtit IfBrftf' 11.11Cnirtes
of Lawtey .
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1 Lot a* D&sc in '.", run E along U sec 't ; It 30 of Blk A in ,;. '
\" Beg; E,8j21, low Lawr'lIce' F .Lamee Lot f <
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Deed BK 62 Page line 56ft ft for .J-' : : ; . .
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23.12 :. ; .; fLU Cypress Beach W' '
Willie Mae Sr. W D
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323 in OttB S/D POBVN 200 ft, E. .; ,i : ti $ A : 1.41
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Lot in NW Cor of ;.:... S 200.ft to H .. .. . '.""'-' \ Peg! at liE Cor'of :. 0 ; '. t' :.;;" .. 8/D
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of sec line W '
of SWU along .
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NWU 200 ft E ftWhy : ; K Ua* t to _: : DGloftr 9431
437 ft N 4 .. POBBeg U' n' :'Levy Lennon 9.11 361.5 K 361.5. E : -i... .. .... SID .
25 5 .' 22 2 'Cartton Jenkins. 8,801Lot100'N&Sby line 341.5* to POB It 1 ,.2J J% Jacqueline A loorer SUIB Beg 95' E of NW '
S at Int of N ; .
Y. r 't, ._: f? : at Tat of W ; r ,. f .. Cor Cont E 100 .
: 'r i of Lumpkia Land '!... .) ;. v r- '
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110 E Win SW. e ft Ch GRin. SW 4 = -; ,.. .. -.J--- -....- ,. -. sat R/W Hyw 100-A ft ." '.:- : S 200 to Lake. W

of W% of XEr :- SWH, run N .. :- -E' :: i .' N R/W of RR, ,o ( H'; ;-. along Lake 106% N J L Griffi
Cor $" } : .: ... 200' to Bee- 15' .= 22 George
of NW !t 25 6 .23. L. J Padgett : to CH 'on B! line '. l"a W 'In.Or. N208.7T : '.. .- < ft Marylji! B 12.11

of CHU GR.. E a t E 2M.39 ; ....,...w t. .., Goff
SWH ot 8WH of Claude' liefenit; 14.521A To Rawia Land 3 .;:.. i .. ., I' ""? ,- .1:". ;".. ., .: : ,to W R/W of _,.. Beg' 345 E of NW v..,
25 8 22 1' "
NWU Ex R/W 10 axRawls W line r ,' d Hwyj S on W ; : t t{" Cor of Sec. S 190*

in NE Cor of ;: to Bti. or Lamp 4-;fir= o-i.-- 0 R/W,212J3 to Beg $5 0 I)' l' Pauline-Evan! to.st to Lake, E375', N280 ,
XEH! of NWH of : kin ':f line. W oa ... ,I, Coin at'SE Cor of ; .:";.Z,":' ; '( W 75' to beg being ,

8W'x Being UO' ri.t litd-&te Ju\'e8tmst pore 1.11 N line of Lumpkla e : ; NEU of NEU run .' ;. i Lot :3 of an narec. .
25 5. Eatriti ', plat Desc DB 86- .,..t'" ,
Sq t land to Ch Gr 'i ,,1111&:1: on :i4I3t : TW.: .* for POB i ; .
pWt1 of S l:% of : tSVl' : : ',. .Et.Al 15.57 W 136 to E line '- ._ PG 413 II' 22 Lawwaj. E Puff''T 2598

li N1rl of 2Richard ;Smltk 15.51ofSW Com ,-at' Nlf Cor efSWU -4. ..-. !ar. ,; J' ;,n of Co Gr Rd, N on ;:; :t.. Com at NE cor of < 'f .
SW %5 I'.1. of SWU-.a: .. .' Rd 100 E 1J6' S 4'' \; io NW'A rtUt W 1227' : : ;I.J'
2.ot N'% of SE .' rna' S 210 ft, E ; ParR I W to of 1i1.. -_-:/ ', S 24 dear W 180% ; :.Jf. .

'W" of NE" U i' 'tl f LH Cal.ln R. 6.:1 100 Ft for a POB. .. ;. '<, ;c= 100_ to POP i 2. .' u .;; .E C.Taylor. 1.61., S 70 deg 35 Mln o' ,f' ....
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1 1. 'i E200'S24degW.'t
IBA of 100 ft, E ; :, .'!.- ... r ;. i ti''fi. of. NEH Ex 434A ;.J: > ': 'bs .
W Rnnit
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8Wli ofNE\( U I .t 15 'Tink'Bell t $..I7E1AOt N101 ft, ... '. E of Dirt Rd ';' ", to Lake Sely) oa .., .-' '
-. W> 259. ft to POB 22 $ Jt. Lhale Tysoa Et-Al 17. 2 ft W of Rd Rd j f' .. J2 15' lln A. A. WWfuuoll 'US Lake 58 N 24 dec y" : "I,
Wof ... ,. .... E Rd : ..
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NE%. of SWI4 of '. \ Com at NW Cor of % ; f 'vIW c: :. : :: \"}=_ t j' : .- Nwly to FOB.IS 1 n'Ztr ," rL 9J1
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NE U Ii ;, :22 1 Robert. Wblte' 1.11 SWH -of 8 W'A; -j '; '.. 'l' : EH of SWH of, : : :J.j;. < .,..,'..!. 'fi. 1. t J.. '.. .. :
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'I' Lot 47 la
NEU ft E .
_rnn E lie ft 8 run 460 "rr.-5 l ; :
All SEta of 8E!{ of : .T : s.n lift ft for PO! C T .i( ". :....'d .':*: v 'L-: : ._ '. Ft S 308 Ft W 431 ..:;:.''.;; \ hfl!' "'t" .",.\' ... Beads .",. ", .{' ...zdaa r T D WbUdoa: Srt'111.78'
EthelTuck .41- .'
--nNW E.or Rr 11. iI. 22 a A'N31 'rna W TO Ft.. S .-. y' \:11 :, :t- "' ,, :r-, ', -.n: .N 235 ft. to ?' ;al''S' p .
of NE'i of NE ,' 199 ft. E 50 ft. X ,' ; _.-..;-i..rf'---'ji *I V "roB ':.: :'l.t 1'tt.,; .i A.i&1ea .Motel 211.1. "' J. R. X.lIT..

of SE U 5 tt 5 UflIe lire Lee 0 1.11 100 ft to P09 22 .....- $,, *12 vt r .a t L Hartler, -, Ml SWH Of NW4. .17' .ZJ 40 Alb.rt Cluk: '--. !'I.st .. .. .. ......r..', .'i -: ." .Tax Collector.' I'Ll. ;- ,
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Ex N 250f* II i' U. 6 Rufus Moor Eat 10.$ : : : : /tf ''I; : ... E _;; .:r

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