Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Expand P. 0.A I Clayton R. SmithClayton -. For Tuesday's Election

Robbie Smith 40, will I
$159,800 modernization: and ton. D. C. issued invitations for finally be brought to trial in Circuit -' In stepped up activities this week, "wet" and "dry" factions courthouse Saturday afternoon.

expansion program for the Starke I t bids on the project. Court here Friday for the sought to rally their forces for a whirlwind finish at Wets were disturbed over the
P post office moved a step ahead Bids will be opened on June '7 j the polls next Tuesday when voters rumors said to be circulating to
decide whether
September or not
:: gun-point robbery of
Wednesday when_the General Services pod 300 days will be allowed for I the effect that over-the-counter
to permit legal sales of whiskey in Bradford
Administration in Washing- construction according to a joint I'I Superette on the corner beer sales would be prohibited if
announcement by Rep. D. R.1 of Orange and Madison Streets in I As the campaign neared the fin-, newspaper and radio advertising.The the county went wet on a "package -
4' c 4h4 [Billy] Matthews and Senotors Starke. ish line, 'both sides were flooding i! drys opened campaign story only" basis. "Not so,"

7fjP May Berry Crop Holland and Smathers. I Smith was the object 'of an intense the mails with "vote wet" and. headquarters in a vacant building said the wets. Sales pf 3.2 beer
"vote literature
The work will include an addition dry" as well as on E. Call Street and announced will not be affected whichever way
; on the northeast corner of [ man-hunt by the Bradford plugging p their causes in extensive I' plans fnr .o. giant rally .at.... the the county votes.

T Pf Helped By RainsShipments the building incorporating the : County Sheriff's Department for r With the fatal day approaching,

a i present loading platform into the several months before being r the man-in-the-street seemed out-

building; and extending the walls caught in Alabama by Federal au- I k 4k wardly unconcerned. Local mini
Italic Seymour, starke's record breaking high juniper, leaped 6 continued on Brad-. flush on the north side with the thorities. He was sentenced: to. k sters are largely carrying the bur-
feet .4 inches in the district meet in Gainesville! last Saturday for the ford County's "second breath" present structure. A new loading I' den of the dry campaign, while
fate** best high jump of the )'ear. strawberry' crop this week with platform will be built on the east three years there for auto theft, Fashion _.i literature and advertising: on the

:The tall jumper also broke his own and the school record, his growers selling 1.498 flats at the I side of the building, and additional but since Bradford authorities hada I wet' side is over .the signature of
previous being 62t., market during the week May 3-10 I storage space erected on the prior claim he was returned here "The Committee for Legal Con-

for an average of $2.89 per flat. southeast corner. before serving his time in Alabama -j trol.} Mack Futch is attorney for

Gardner Sets RecordTornadoes The week's receipts totaled $4, Plans include modernizing by Show kk\r\ the committee, whose membership.

334.28.Since. the use of counter-type service The accused robber has entereda has not been announced.

the season opened late in ,i facilities, fluorescent lighting, air plea of innocent to the Starke __ Voters are cautioned that Tues-
Get Win February the Starke market has!I conditioning and the addition of robbery. His trial announced by Y day's election is to decide'two issues -
handled 51,874 flats for a gross'I i more lock boxes. The service lobby Judge John A. H. Murphree, is Set ; .e* e :
return to growers of i i will take In the area now used as scheduled for 9:30: 1. Whether the sale of Intoxi-
$165.162.61'j' a. m. Friday. :
In District Track MeetStarke i(l This is the largest ('i the postmaster's private office, Smith is charged with holding a 4 'k ____ cating liquors, wines or beer shall

strawberry crop since 1940- |which will be moved to the north- gun on store owner Wayne Douglas x be prohibited or permitted in
Several good rains the first of west corner of the building: now with several Bradford County; .
thinclads continued their 1 108 points to finish far ahead of II j customers also
domination of track I the week should help the crop I I part of the lObby.Postmaster ,present and taking $809.53 in cash By ,, av 2. Whether the sale of such
area competl-> j second place Palatka's 812 tallies. I
: now maturing but shall be restricted to packages
growers say G. J. McGriff said and checks. Bradford authorities
lion Saturday as sensational high
Jumper Hallie Seymour and weigh I f\2ZV2 1 Macclenny. 26, Lake City, 13, and continued rains would damage be acquired to provide driveway several days after the robbery : 3 FA drink. :

man Sam Gardner, backed by a and Santa Fe 3. rather than help the situation. facilities for the new platform on when his car was found bogged: Juniors 'v $ : I If a majority of voters vote
superb team effort led the way to j I Other Tornadoes places were: Barring too much rain or too the east side of the building, and down on a country road about 12 I against question 1, then the" resultson
victory 'in the Class A District 100-yard dash2[ ] Marion Cot- much hot sun, growers should I that the cost of this is not :included miles south of Starke. ik question 2 will be of .no effect

meet In Gainesville. I tie 10.6 seconds.- continue to pick berrie here in the estimated constructioncosts. From letters found in the car A voter may vote on question

Seymour, a junior jumped higher 220-yard dash- [21] Cottle, 23.3.. through, the rest of this month! I Deputy Dolph Reddish coopera- one and not vote on,queslon 2 and
than anybody In the state this The senior sprinter finisied be- ting with the FBI and the Birm- Gayle Andrews tries on the latest in sports his ballot will be counted. However -

year as he tied the state recordat hind sophomore Marcus Rhodenof $46,200 Motel ingham, Ala. police, traced the fashions in Eagle's Dept. Store in preparation for I if he votes on question 2 and
6 feet 4 inches. The tall jumper Maccjenny in both races. Tops April Listing elusive Smith to Alabama wherehe .t. modeling the outfit in the BBS junior's Around I fails to vote on question 1, his bal-
also' broke his own and the Bradford ; 440yard1] Charles McLeod was subsequently arrested. the Clock Fashion Show this Saturday at 8 p.m. lot will not be counted .
High jump records.'H had 53.3. [31] tie between Richard Dug- in the new auditorium. A voter may vote "dry"' on- ques-
previously jumped 6-2 3-4 on two f gar and Billy Dowling 54.7. Property Sales Total $157,740; Wednesday Trial tion one and then If he ,choosesto

occasions.But 880-yard run1[ ] Mike Darby, In the first trial of the Spring Bradford High junior class dates prom, and wedding scene do so, may vote ,either t way on

bad luck assailed Hallie 205.7; [21] John Adams, f31] De- Land transactions for the term Wednesday morning, Mrs. members will parade all the latest coming last.Besides question 2 which is to ,decide.how
Sunday when he wrenched a knee Wayne McRae 2:09.: of April totaled $157,740, with month the i sonville, to D. D. D. Builders, Inc., Ruth G. Darley, formerly Mrs. fashions around the school auditorium 33 junior classmen sales shall be made in 'the event
by stepping In a hole. This will Mile run1[ Lee Cogdill. 4:54.8.: largest sale being a local motel!I of Jacksonville, 10 Iota in Sara- Ruth Starling, was awarded $145.- in 'an "Around the Clock clothes will be modeled by David question 1 is approved.
eliminate him from comcetition Cogdill is team captain. 80 damages fashion Show" Polls open at 'I a..mand;. closeat
which sold for $46,200. ] toga Heights. $4,440. Demetree resulting from an automobile this Saturday at8p.m. and Susan Cowen in a welcome ,.
in the hurdles in the state meet Broad jump- [(31] McLeod, 19-7. The Starke 301 Motel abut two i Builders is now in operation under. accident last October 26 scene, and Larry David AndrewS 7 p- m. in the usual voting
next Saturday in' Gainesville, Lynwood Walters 19-4&: miles north of Starke U. S. on the corner of east Call and Clothes for all times of the day and Monica Jo Rowe in the wed- .places in the eight county pre
on the of D. D.
Coach Dave Hurse said, and it is 880-yard relay21[ Starke, [T. 301, was sold by the York Manu- name D. Builders. north Water Streets in Starke. will be,modeled by both boys and ding scene. Narrators will be Betty cincts. :
doubtful :that ,he can compete in Gardner, T. Smith, John Reddish, facturingand, Building Corpor- Maggie Adkins Norman to The suit was Initiated by Sam girls, in pairs...as the show followsan Lou Wainwright and Mary

the high ,jump. He- is taking Cottle], 1:34.5.: ation of Orlando to AE" Associates ,James A. Adkins, Starke parcel of. mie Eubankswho was hit by Mrs. around the '-clock theme from Jane Bigham. Junior April Mesko .
treatment at'the University of Mile relay- [(1] Starke [McLeod. I Darley and asked for for is DryRallySelFor
Inc. of Ocala, a- firm land $1,000.Joyce i $15,000 morning to night. The seven the program and fashion! director
Florida this week' in an attemptto McRae. Adams Darby], 3:36. i damages received in the accident. and BHS instructors
owning a string of'Florida motels. Odd Watkins, executrix of will
bring:the knee around in.time. Sprint medley relay- [21 Starke It is currently But the Jury awarded Mrs. Dar- scenes be: morning chores 1 Charles P. Cowen and Delia Ro
The tall jumper also took second [Reddish Register B. Dowling, R. A. L. Garner until being it managed car againbe by the estate of James Lawrence Orr, ley $145 after she entered a counter swimming or beach-wear, soda senberg are in charge of the pro- Saturday : ..

places to both the low and high .Duggarl. 2:10.5.: sold. deceased, to Thomas LawrenceOrr suit stating that Eubanks had shop scene, casual living, dinner gram. .

hurdles in the district meet last I. Pole vault21 Lynwood Walters Six lots in Pinehurst Develop- San Antonio, Texas, home. walked in front of her car. -
Saturday. He the lows in 21.4 and Irwin Martin, tie, 12-6, Officials of the Bradford County
ran FHP
ment were sold .for $24,000 by and five acres of land, $15OdO.: Other Cases George Patten Jr. Reports .
seconds and the highs in '15.6. [.4] William Silcox 116. Christian Action Associationhave
Hardy Brothers Motor Company O. R. Alvarez Starke, to J. L.
Senior Tombo Smith also qualifiedfor High jump11[ Seymour, 6-4 Inc.. of Starke. to Douglas P. Five other trials have, oeen set Heads Stetson April ActivitiesThe announced a "giant pre-'
the 120-yard high hurdles with I l [41] McLeod [tie], 5-9. Hardy of Starke. for the second Alvarez Middleburg, parcel of for today and tomorrow [Friday] election rally" to be held at 3:30p. :
a third place at 16.2. The first land, $6,000.A. with action scheduled to begin monthly report issued by m. Saturday at the courthouse
largest sale of the month. Union BoardGeorge
the Florida Highway Patrol stated
four places in each event qualify Prices of transactions J. Thomas. Jr., Starke, and each morning at 9:30.: here-
Jaycees earHuggins that 13 arrests made and 65
for .the state meet.Gardner are figured from documentary tax. Benjamin Suslcrw, Starke, to A. J. To be tried today were Joseph Patten, son. of Judge correction cards were issued during Rev Jack Mabry president of
Romps : Barry parcel of land on corner of Mitchell, grand larceny, Paul Dick- i the association said the
stamps attached to deeds tiled In purposeof
Speak and Mrs. G. L. Patten was recently
Senior weightman Sam Gardner I the county clerk's office. Only Weller and East Call Streets, $5- erson, breaking and entering and April. the rally is to present personal
walked off with full honor,in both I II David Turner. Gainesville Negro elected president of the Student Seven accidents occurred during
testimonials by a number of citizens -
I transactions of $1,000 or more are
On Farm
000.Arthur the month
his specialties the shot put and Topics mentioned here.Other sales were: E. Reeves, Sr., to Law- for transportation of moonsliine. Union Board at Stetson University, with damages totaling of Bradford County on "Why
i 26720. During the month 50
discus. Big Sam hurled the heavy I Demetree Builders Inc., of JackNorman rence F. LaMee, Jr., Keystone Larry Jones, Turner's codefendant where he is taking pre-law school per- Bradford County should vote
their driver's test
steel ball 52-3 3-4 and sailed the Bradford County has already pleaded guilty to sons passed
George Huggins Heights, parcel of land 2300. against liquor next. Tuesday. He
I I courses and is active in student
while 51 failed and 30 did not
discus 154-10 to break both his: agricultural agent, was guest ] Heirs of R. C. Griffis to How- a like charge and has been placedon I said that businessmen farmers
own and the BHS records. His i I,speaker} at the Starke Jaycee's ard L. Thompson, Jacksonville, 10 probation.To affairs. J complete the test. i preachers housewives and public
previous record in the shot put dinner meeting on May 3. He discussed acres of land, 1800. be tried Friday is Robby I officials will be representedamong
was 51-7 set at the Ribau1t Invitational 1 i the county farming program Barclay Development Company, Clayton Smith, armed robbery those bringing messages.
to Jacksonville last week.:i 1 with emphasis on the efforts a Florida corporation, to Franz F. and the State of Florida vs. Carl I The announcement u,14.the ral-

Sam's younger brother fresh- .I,of his office and: the county farmers Tamm Oakland ''Michigan, lot in M. Hunter, a non-support suit. ''ly will be county-wide In scope
man Tom Gardner also qualifiedfor to increase the acreage and Keystone Club Estates $1,650.T. I. Two arraignments, both in connection : and the public is invited to' attend.
the state by heaving the shot ,! yield of the strawberry crop. C. Hazen Jr. and Seeber D- with whiskey cases, were Other officers of the 'sponsoringgroup
45-4'i': for a third place.In 1 I. During the business session following L} Goodman Starke to W. T. Jackson also scheduled for today.A include Rev. H. O. Boyette
all Starke trackmen corralled Huggins' address, the Jaycees Starke, land on Colley Road Gainesville sheet metal worker pastor of the First. Methodist
r voted to change their meeting 5000. Vernon Sinclair Davis, 35, has rt yp Church vice president,' .Rev. Bar-

, Robert Regan i! date to the first and third I William Samuel Saunders to J. been charged with taking whiskey .rY VanDeventer, pastor'Flrst Presbyterian -
!|Tuesday night of each month.( D. Odom. ST., Lake City, eight into the state prison grounds, Church, secretary-treas-

New Manager j I In other action the Jaycees dis- acres of land, $2,300. Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish re- urer; and Rev. Leo Hebert.,pastor
Of Carp's Store cussed the various project cur- Albert Hartmann, as curator of ported. Davis, employed at the p 2 1 4 I'First Baptist Church, voting chair
\rently underway to include their property of Elizabeth Letsch an f prison, was spotted handing a pint

'Robert A. Regan, iormttly of ': community development survey, incompetent, to Saul Hankersonand lof whiskey to a prisoner. Bond man.Wall
Jaycee Radio Day, operation of of I was set at 2000.
Rochelle. Ill. is the new managerof Fred Hagan, Starke, parcel Agency Hires
the Midget League this summer, land. $1,500.MidState. Two Starke men were also
Carps I formerly Olen's) storetnStarke. .rc..G 4a
i and the Jaycee Safety Check pro- Investment Corpor-, charged, and each posted bonds of

Mr., Regan has been with the : gram to be conducted later this ation,Tampa to Freddie Bell $1,500 for his release from the George RobertsGeorge
organization for seven month. I Lawtey. & acre of land 2650. j Bradford County Jail. Monroe Addison -
Carps years.
and was assistant manager of the; t 1, Fred Snell 'Jaycee president, I Nancy summer, Palatka to 47. and Fred Blocker, 35- W. Roberts Jr win become -
Rochelle store before coming here. states that all young men tetween !Gary S. Martin Starke 33 fc acres year-old Negro are charged with h. associated with Wall Insurance -
: the of :21 and 35 are eligible'' possession of still apparatus anda '15. It'
His wife will join him hew in the ages |lof land 7500. i Agency effective Hay ;
near' future. I for club membership and are invited J. W. Pinholster to Cris Steph- still for the manufacture of was announced yesterday, by CoL
to discuss the Jaycee program 1 enson and Dr. Charles M. Steph- moonshine whiskey. Deputy Sher- H. C. Wall.
with any club member .or ''enson, Gainesville, parcel of land iffs Jimmy Hamilton ,and Dolph Tom Moore And Newest Trophies Mr. Roberts is the son of Mr.
SEE attend one of their scheduled in Brooker, 3000. Reddish caught the two Sunday and Mrs. G. W. Roberta of 'Law

Cinderella'sSlipper meetings as a guest of th 'clu1). Named Seymonne Collette Rosier and N. morning at the site of their still Tom Moore Adds Trophies tey and is a graduate of'Bradford
B. Rosier, her husband, of Starke, seven miles from Starke. A 1,200 High School. He has been engagedin
Library Friends Farmer Of Year to Lester T. Crews Starke ft acre gallon capacity still was destroyedand the insurance business In Tallahassee.
of land 2700. 800 pounds of sugar confis- In Marathon Outboard RaceTom and 1 1* experienced: aH

An Operetta Book Sale J. Lindsay Wilkinson to Ovid cated Reddish said. I lines of insurance.Mr. .
Sponsor By JayceesHarold Denmark home in Indian Beach Moore. 15-year-old Starke Tom's Sunday' feats added twomore I. Roberts and his family' will
Presented byLAPTEV Subdivision on Santa Fe Lake Plan ApprovedFor 9th grader, added to his outboard I handsome trophies to his i make their home in Stark at.455_

Friends of the Library will spon- K. Norman, Bradford 15000. racing laurels Sunday by taking I collection which already numbered W. Madison St.
JUNIOR Saturday, farmer Dozen first in the 50 horsepower four-one each from the following .
sor a book sale starting County and a former. Edward A. Yancey to Franklin place 1 jj.
HIGH SCHOOL May 13, through Saturday. May 20 County Commissioner, has received Delano Thomas. Starke residence State DistrictsA class, and second in the 60, in the events: Rescue.= Unit '- : r. / .
it was announced yesterday by the Outstanding Young on West Madison Street in Starke St. Johns River marathon.The 2nd place In 50 HP class on a .
Friday, May 12 Mrs. Bert McMaines chairman of Farmer award presented annually 9500. House committee this' week youthful ,racer attractedlots closed course 15 mile run on"the To Meet TonigfitThe

8:00 P.M. the book sales committee. by the Starke Jaycees.The :Michael Barry to State of Florida approved a plan for dividing of attention during the 280 St. Johns at Welaka. where he Bradford County CIvil Defense -
The sale will be held in the award is given to the young deed to right-of-way for U. S. Florida into 12 Congressional districts mile chase from Sanford to Jack- finished seven seconds behind Rescue Unit wm xrfeetf'at
Lawtey SchoolAuditorium building next to Alvarez Store on farmer who has contributed bothto 301 south. $1,200.Lawtey and 'sent the measure to the sonville and return which iae com- first. 7:30 tonight Thursday In the

Call Street. A wide variety )f books improving methods and practices floor for consideration.The pleted in six hours. 29 irmutes, 2nd place in 50 class !in the courthouse. Ail persona' Interested
will be offered, and prices will in farming and who has also School new plan was worked out and 10 seconds, averaging around Gator Bowl Marathon.1st .
In helping with this project are
range from five to 35 cents. Pro- contributed to community service. by Rep. Joe McClain of Pasco 42 miles per hour. The St. Johns .- .
This Space place in 50 class in recent Invited to attend. -_ ;
ceeds will be used to buy*,furniture I Norman has been entered by To Pre-Register County who predicted it would be the second longest marathon in ,
Jacksonville Outboard Club marathon -
Weekly to Publicize for the children's room at the I the .Jaycees in the state contest, acceptable to most House mem- the U. S. ;" .
Community Events by Starke Library. :and will compete with represent Pre-registration for the fan bers. "I'd have averaged 50 if it Boosters Sponsor. ,
THE COMMUNITY Assisting Mrs.. McMaines will be atives from all other:Florida coun- term of Lawtey Junior High Counties Included in District, 8 hadn't been for the rough waterin 2nd place in 60 class in Jacksonville Public Fish F ,.* **-?
volunteers from the Little Wom- School will be held from 9 a. m. are: Dixie, Levy Gflchrist Ala- Lake George," Tom declared.Six Outboard event. "
STATE BANK en's Club and other organizations. tiesThe local nominee last year to 1:30 p. m. Tuesday May 22. in. chua Coluar) laBaker:, Union foot waves gave the racers lots Outside ,of feeling "a little The Bradford Boosters. ti.C.btb
Anyone having books to donateto from Bradford County was Doyle the first grade room according to Bradford. Clay, Putnam St. Johns. of trouble on the lake, and seven pooped" Monday. Tom felt no Ill win have.a mullet mekeThwsday : -
OF STARKE the library or the sale is askedto Conner, who went onto win the announcement: by the principal Flagler and Nassau [total population boats_capsized,, without injury except effects from his! 230-mile rough May-18. in the B$3w t- '

call 964-2861 for pick up. I state and national award. James Temple. 241,000 to one driver. ride.. The public: is Invited' :-.* -. *....,-:. .
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2 THURSDAY, MAY )!* 19fii
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'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'Baptist Church last Sunday.Mr. that as soon as she receives the Clerk of this Court and to Deputy Clerk ,Clerk of the Circuit Court in am
and Mrs. M. H. Hingston serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiffs I Harry,M Hobbs I for: Irad.!9rd (:our.Ljt Florida. up
she will have
I enough money someone attorney whose name and address Attorney for PlaintiffP. receipt of proof of,publication! c
STATE FARMI of Live Oak were Sunday after- dear away the fallen trees appears hereon, on or before O. Box :%85 this notice, the flctltjpus name
noon guests of his, brother-in-law'i and mow the ute 1 day of June 1961. Tampa 1, Florida I Westside Gulf Station, under hiI Dr
grass. The of this proceeding being ,
nature .
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am engaged in business
and sister, Mr. and Jlrs. Fred : suit for foreclosure mortgage
: a on a I *
By Mrs. O. E.. .Crosby i Madison St., Stark, Fla.
vMr. Cannon. 1 f. on the following described Ired | OF rvTBvnox TO I j i L., L. Varne,. 644 :;, Water Sii
property lying and being i in I REGISTER !
.AAAAA AAA A. AAAAA'" Miss Charlotte Cannon spent In The Circuit Court Of Th* .EJg.tli Bradford County. Florida to-wit: I FICTITIOUS NAMH I i I sole, owner. ,
Judicial Notice is hereSy: given that the:' ot April A
CIrrmit Of The State Of Dated this 27th day
and !Mrs. H. 1\[. Richarde, the weekend "with Mr and Mrs. j Florida. Uk Lull T.r< Bradfordfount South Begin 100 in ft.the for NVT point corner of beginning and ge I i, ;undersigned, under the provisions::D., 1J61 at Starke. Btadford. County .
The Vote Next i of Chapter 20.953.: Laws '' '
TuesdayWhen left ,for : Eldred Eevins ,of 'Providence.Ray } la Chnnrtry. thence go Cast .75 ft. to a point,; Florida Florida.
Sunday a two weeks va- No. 12-955 thence South 100 ft. to a point 1 Acts of 1S41. will register with the I,I I-'l < tThat's -U
cation. They will spend Mother's Murphy of Ocala was the Mid-State Homes Inc., a Florida .thence West 75 ft. to a point
confronted with any local issue of importance TheTelegraph guest of his parents, Mr-and Mrs.L. Corporation Plaintiff vs Andrew I.thence North 100 fU to point of be t .
Day with their son Henry at Jackson and Marie Jackson his ginning. The above being a part of .. ." ...:>: :.t
has stand and let its W. last
liked to opin-
always take} a Murphy Friday night. wife, defendants the.following Southwest Quarter of ) ;
ion be known-if we felt we had anything worthwhile to Annapolis and will tour the northeastern Little Sue Seigler has been confined XOTIPE OF SUIT 'Southwest Quarter of Northwest) Iii .SS Our Business,
contribute.The states before to her home with meaSlesfor The State Of FloridaTo Quarter except right of way, Sec- u s "If It'sG We Hare If
returning : Andrew Jackson and Marie tion 25, Township ;5 South Range I !-, :
current issue-the so-called "wet-dry" election to home. the last few days. She was Jackson his wife, whose residenceis 22 East Containing 10 acres more '; VISIT
Unknown. or less. As recorded in Deed Book CALL ,WRITE Qr
come before the voters next Tuesday-is one so fraught :Mr. and :Mrs. Raiford Brannen. able to return to school Monday, You Are Hereby required to file S da.Page 639 Bradford- County' Flori- ;

with personal feeling, emotionalism, and prejudices on both spent the weekend on the Okla- We have been asked to announce; .any your In ar-the,\"er hove written preceeding defenses.with if Done and' ordered at Starve, |j Joe Pete Gte$ Co

sides, that we hesitate to advise anyone how to vote. It waha River. ; that anyone having relatives I I day Bradford of April County 1961. Florida. this 29 (j

seems to us that both sides are guilty of over-statement in Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lttner of I I buried in Dyal..Cemetery., rwrho THE RIGHT POINT for the (SEAL Charles) A. Darby ,:' FOR ANY GLASS, NEED

pleading their cases. Therefore, the final decision, as we seeit'should Eastman, Ga. spent the weekend ,, would like to make a contribution Clerk of the Circuit Court i We Design Modern Store. Fronts

be one that each individual must justify with his with Mr. and :Mrs..Pete Harrell. i toward having the cemetery'cleaned -, way you write. Come in and select "v-J'Ma.rial\L. Crosby iI Just Mail Us A. Pattern for

own conscience.No Mr. and Mrs Lewis Marton may leave it with Mrs. Oscar your favorite ESTERBROOK di I Table Tops,"
will with the fact that overindulgence in
alcohol one is wrong argue and has brought untold misery and sorrow and children- were transacting Carter at Carter's Store on the Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH For Only A Few 1313 N..,,. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. .Phune.FA,2.43.i3 ,

into the world. But.the misuse'of alcohol by overindulgenceis business in Green' Cove Springslast Lawtey road. Mrs. Carter said

not at issue next Tuesday. Everyone knows that the alco- saturday. I 00 000
holic obtain with little trouble at the Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Turner 0 ;
ent time can Bradford whiskey County. or no pres- and children were Wednesdaynight New Building or Remodeling, Specialists Cents Per Day PAtE Gift wrapping 6c. iS i DR Uo

Of course, there are those who believe that anything other guests of Mr. and Mrs Bill WE OFFER SERVICES AT

than total abstinence is misuse of alcohol-and they are Miles Macclenny. FROM FOUNDATION, UP Your Money Can Have SURPRISE
entitled'to their belief. Sympathy is extended to Mr. t

There are others who believe just as strongly and justas and Curs Ralph'Odom in the loss "Complete"PEST MOM\ ON tlitJj.
of Mrs.. Odom's This .Month's SpecialINSULATE _
mother last week.
sincerely that temperate use alcohol (and doctors have Miss

been known to prescribe it on occasion)' is within their right. at FSU Barbara and Miss Bates Nancy a Bates student of PROGRAMS CONTROL With A Gift By Faberge Or Revlon

We do not bold with the "wets" that:the legal] sale of I Jcksonville 'spent the weekend YOUR HOME SERVICE

whiskey will "make this a "better" community.'Perhaps it with their parents Mr. 'and Mrs. $59, Per Thou'.nd: Long Term On 'One call does it all Your GUARANTEED FRESH
would not make it any worse., The question is debatable. H.'0. Bate. Installed New Homes

Turning a critical eye oni the'dry camp,' howeveritseems 'Mr: and 'Mrs. J. R. Cadell and home is inspected and Boxed Candy For Mom's Delight Plus

tows' that'they could have employed some of the zeal daughter spent Saturday after Specializing in Concrete work-Remodeling-Roofs of treated]! regularly for insects

now, being shown in the current';,election as an instrument noon' in Green Cove Springs with any make-Add A Room. and rodents. Place Many Other Sure To Please GiftsOur
for bringing about a "dry" county in fact-not merely in and Mrs. John Stone. "
pest control problemsin
'Mr. and Mrs.' Bob Cadell attended THOMAS & BROWN BUILDERS your
name., the Centennial celebration in I the hands of competent, MAIN and MOST IMPORTANT business is PRE
'We fully realize that these'views' will neither side Service
please Complete Building
Macclenny last SCRIPTIONS. At KOCH'S
1 Saturday. experienced men who know "Your Health is Our Con-
in the current controversy; but that is the way we feel, and Mr.1 and Mrs. O. E.
I Crosby Mr. Communities Call Starke G'ville
Surrounding or cern" You get ONLY what doctor
their job.Florida. your prescribes at
to say anything else would be less than sincere and Mrs. K. D. Conner, Mr and
Starke,964-1145 & 969-2611 .Gainesville FH 6-5087
Perhaps the very nature of the question now before us Mrs. Pat Dickens and family, and : Pest Control its PEAK of FRESHNESS. VOLUME is what does it.

makes it one that cannot be viewed objectively..That:is why A. R. Brnnner attended Homecoming Have YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION filled at

we1 say it 03 up to the individual in this Instance to read services. at Bayless Hiway I & CHEMICAL CO.

the arguments on both sides,>'analyze them carefully, and I-- The New Scripto 352 W. Madison St. KOCH'S DRUG STORE F :ELT,401:
make a decision on the basis of what he can reconcile with I

his own conscience. It this is done, as should be done, we :; studentsGETTHEI f 'Phone. .964-3965

feel that the final decision cannot be far wrong. Business Line Ball Pens '..,. -,., -," .\ .....

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Farmer's DiaryBy ,1


Bartram's famous blue flower II I I I SCHOOL$ WORK!- I only 25c eachREFILLABLE .! ..


While mowing the other day, fitted6JJiJ,3'u : .
Sam caught a glimpse of a black
snake just as the mower ran over I

it. Well he watched and out of I : with Refills lOc
the other side there came a black ea.
".- streak and if that snake
kept going IIIiII 1'JN
This wont come as a surprise to as fast as he started he.must IIIJ 195 ': BLUE

anyone, but it is mighty dry around .be in Miami by now. : *. ., ...'. .

her ,Seeing, to us that S'S CARTRIDGE TtFf! ." BLACKL, .. .. :,_. -'
practically;ell done The Bradford Soil r*,A .
we've lately is Conservation, ORREQULM? RED, ."
water from mornIng till night and Supervisors voted last week Ito
still we can't get the plants wet .contact the county commission'I CHOOSE YOUR' POtfftstop FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS

enough.:-The hot suri and a' 'dry and our legislators endorsing the I' f J 4 t' I II

wind really,eats up the moitsure.. water way plan which would uti- in I The most economical '
lize the Santa Fe River. In the today ,
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discussion it was agreed that the i '*
project would be'of great help in, devised. .ti
Got to talking crops the other 1 writing ever

night and someone remarked that Bradford providing County.controlled: drainage for I Bradford CountyTELEGRhPii I I '

there is very little sweet corn I !! '
. planted, around, here. We- don't I ,' '' .
know It for a fact, but come to Got to talking U.about fence posts I Bea fordATETION County TelegraphHove !

think of, it we can't remember see- and it was stated that SJillt.raU- Ii *
ing any. And it was not many road ties do not last long when n )( (
when King used / :: i.u.. L ,,'. r L. ,
years ago corn was I as posts. One man wno tried --- -- .
here and the market was loaded them said.they lasted only about :-.- -, -. : ...- :--- '- .- _-'.,:_- ,_ s ._..- H'. _.,' __'_.- ',-.-.'. .- _"'_ >
with; It..Now ,they"say it costs too i three years. Another said the posts'
much to keep the worms out. I sold as heart cypress are not'I, :\ i

much. "They look all right," he I f : /
said, "but the ones I bought and i
Something went wrong with set out didn't last very long." Con- !

Irish potato prices, and we hearth census wasthai, pine.posts properly : .

.t some growers aren't even treated are the best buy on' : ) > ,' .,
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bothering to dif the price is so the market now. .,
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bad same Beans story; are pretty much the 'S. ClASS 61. CLASS ,.,. ....-..., I

t In the meeting J. B. White said d.:'"
that up in Missouri they use locust

The big berry growers we talkedto posts and that he knows of some I. .

said they plan no increase in that were set out 50 years ago and you thought very much about your future ) :, 1'"
planting this coming season. "I are still in good condition. : ;
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of raise them now said.all: I However can handle.from one all We hear that* the. labor camp Is ? The US. Navy has'a place for you. The "- :\-,"".....--, : .
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indications, a number of growers { ; 'J'
working out fine, and that it is .I t
who Quit because of labor and a Vote against liquor for their sake I : : ': :, '
planned to have it continued best will be For ,
on very given informationsee ..
falling off of the Missionary un you ,
a year around basis. Berry growers r ; '. .\ i.' ",. ,. .C-,
doubtedly are planning to plantar ,
say It was a big help to them this : I Because they cannot vote know'J. ;
tn. "Come the berry season year. Navy representative at theFLORIDA as you ., .. ,

one man said "and they'll take : 5 i": '. x : '
the fever directly.." Our choice will have be ; -.>
A recent study of farm costs to their choice :* { ,
S. show that 20 items selected, only i ti.,. ': .';
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Alice Is having a lot of fun with two binder twins and laying THEATRE They'll follow the way that we go. : .,-: '
mash were down since 1949. :: ,. ,
her nursery. Customer came in ..'- r .:i ">, ,......
Tractors are up 42 per cent: barb ." ...
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tb1s.week and asked for a chicken S'" : .
ed wire. 44 percent; work shoes .
up I .0 ,
gizzard. of all things and wehaven't '
45 per cent: and the corn picket: ,
yet learned what the heck is the daddy of them all-up 99' Starke, Florida y:;, .,J e .. .
kind of plait it is. '- .

per cent. .5. For Full Information See Remember, their futUr,0'e lies _
Alice scared .' .; 'tiC. 0
up a rabbit near --
Had a nice letter from Oleta the house i ,.
the other
day. It hopped .
been Rardenbrook telling us off keeping an eye: on her all the For In your hands on election day .: .4. ,i' ._ ." ::
where we can find "dew" flowers. "Cry Happy"V .. .
while, until suddenly it bumped : .. .' Ii.1''. .#
Thank'you.. Oleta. and we'll try toget'early into another bunny and they took It-- -f' '' .'"k-dff: Io{"
So please for their sake TutsdaVote
some'morning and see off-like scared rabbits.. y, 'i..t f,!
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:THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH GLENPiiFcRD'. 'i '.. :- and DONALD O'CONNOR I to keep liquor away! ,.,"!*.''t'>... .C'"J; :

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TRADE ). tA' .OUTSIDE-THADE. AREA, to 'explain YOUR "FUTURB WITH THE .1' r ') ., >
ONE YEAR ,3.00: ONE YEAR 3.50
-P bUIIIed'Each Thursday aDd Entered as Second Class Matter ,
'.: air Ute i Post Office at Starke, Fla. ander Ad of March S, 187? .. : .
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1\( Cowen To Attend ,open House_ .Set Mayor's Fires Reported .
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I Home Demonstration ; I I
\' Summer SchoolCharles For Sunday ByBaptist In another light week in May- But. Not SeriousFive : : Es !

K'J .s.7iTf] Notes School or's Court only nine casej came
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? -fires have
I' I f"nfe2.* by P. Cowen of the BHS before Mayor W..T. Billy JackSon been reported in I I .
> JjfO rJ? DOROTHY ROSS faculty will attend an eight-week:. The Sunday School of the First this Monday. t e.city and near-by areas'in the I II ,
I summer science institute William Robert Moody failure past two weeks
at Converse but
Church I I none were
; fi&V' Home Demonstration Agent I Baptist, ,under theleader I
College Spartanburg, S. C. to yield right of way and causing i serious and, no damage was incurred -
Can :Those Green Snap Beans 'Take advantage of the green,. one. applicants who were". awarded 1 announces that open house to five days in jail. Sen-' Last Saturday afternoon a truck r
string beans now while the price Kay's Cucumber Pickles stipends of '$75 per week, allow- will, be held Sunday.May 1C, from tence suspended and put on 30 made a ,run to Thomas' sawmill I EcI
I is'low. Eat them fresh and freeze Wash and slice cucumbers about ances for, travel and for cepend- 3'to 4:30:, p. m. when the. public is days probation. on'u, S. 301 south to douse a fife'' [ V V
I' eats tuition John Bland Negro, public intoxication hi the pipe : saws\
or can plenty of them to serve one-fourth inch thick. Cover!i iI plus and ,laboratory invited to call. .leading from the "
r your family later on Since most'*'with cold water, and let stand one!'|I fees in order to attend the science fined'$27.50 or yenten-' I to the sawdust, pile. The pipe was
I people like them better canned, hour. Drain. Pack in hot, sterile -,i session. In explaining the purpose of the ced' .to five days in jail. being welded. when, pine gum. in-
here is how to do it. Can young,:I jars to within 1 inch of top I i I The institute made: possible by i, open. house, Mr. Jordan said that, I Eugene: Mangum Negro?, public? l 'side caught fire.. V

tender beans freshly gathered. 1!Mix together 1 quart of vinegar,!.a: grant .to Converse ,College from .many. ,mcmbr3 of the church andur"i intoxication" fined $27.50 or' sen- I A grass fire at' the radio station, V CALADIUMST.a
'' the National Science Foiudation. ;;' ,, .rlb: fi'-a chra in ja'J. I caused when a cable still hot from 1 ..., -
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Wash snap or cut beans into 1' cup sugar, and: .three-founhs cup.| y .C I ?- r->! a .>. -niin \ -" '
to 1-2 inch pieces. Pack raw table salt. Bring to a soil:: and'is aimed at improving the qualityof iSTa::;:"1 "'ii. *. ;-- .' V oiiportunliy C > ;".: ?" JJutchinson' J ,, the torch hit! the ground, was also
beans tightly to one-half inch of:: pour over cucumbers, covering instruction in the ,nafural M" ,.1-: 'j : -j s.1un'er. con-j put out with nothing burned but I POTTED PLANTS -1.4% ilff
top pf glass jar. Add one-half::them. Quickly seal jars. Use sciences at the secondary ,eve! in : : to v h: !rr."j: ji: n' ,.:: .. ,V. .".; ; .. indent, : not.I a vacant lot. / .

teaspoon salt to pints; 1 teaspoonto ..fresh, tender!. cucumbers. Recipe order to interest (:high.schoolI ;! i that have bvn! n ;.> :.. ':li. :b :,i. '1--'.. ., ,,. The whistle last Friday, May 5.1 _
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.q arts. Cover with boiling given by Mrs., Neal Lyon.. j I students in careers in science and,!,ing. in, the pas. .fiw r.1.Jl"l. ; .It: ;.....w. >-.--e: .awJas.cekiess took firemen to Reno where cooking \ GLOVES . .V.Vj4cWATER ;
I engineering.Prison. -'. r"V k. f 'f : _ragin ;fcrfei'.Fd.bond i food had been i! ,
water, leaving one-half inch space i| County Fairfast \!i I paster's story:: and churrh. s??retary's ( : .. left on a stove
at top of jar. Seal jars. Processin ; year the canned goods exhibit office have been moved and cf $27.50.!}() and caught fire. And on April 30 .
pressure 'canner at 10 Poundspressure 'at the fair was very good! : Chaplain :refurnished with walnut dstks and. Anthony: Michale Pinero, un- firemen. put out another woods V .
Process pint jars tor 20 'I Mrs- M. B; Jordan and Mrs. Hal i ;matching appointments. :The pas-! ldwttll'speed, forfeited bond of file, this time at the Peggy railroad NOZZLES ;59c

minutes, quart jars 25. Hamilton in charge of the ex'; Speaks/ To Rotary tor's former study has been con-i 27-50.. on Westmoreland. Street.CdngMbccb. .
The.Pressure ( Phillips Griffis, disorderly conduct .
Getting hibit'did a wonderful job of arranging verted into a church library. The
Canner Ready : and taking care of it. Men,,r conference room, a project of the I I ty forcing door open, forfeited. FLY .CAKES'l: c
For safe operation of your canner -. women and girls enjoyed showing,: Rev Charles Phipps,one. of the WMU, was formerly a nursery. bond of 3750.. I
S clean petcock and safetyvalve -'!I off their colorful '''jars of foods. i two chaplains at the Florida: State The four Phillips Griffis, disorderly conduct .
I nursery departmentshave ._..._...._ ... .. ..
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openings by drawing a'string!i If you start now by canning with was guest speaker at the been moved to the new educational by threatenng with a deadly ,
or narrow}. strip of cloth through ; the fan in mind: we can have an' Rotary Club Wednesday." wing, and each has new weapon, forfeted bond of 3750. -
them. Do this at beginning of even larger and more beautiful i i The need for some organized, furniture and other appointments William Edward Starling, run- yfrit& or'phonefor --
canning season and often duringthe display than last year. Wcn't you i j agency to assist men who are dis-.I in keeping with the age and needsof ning stop sign, forfeited bond of reservations ; .- '
I charged from prison to get back $12.50. roToneFemliz ,
.season. help us the nursery children. The suiteof r :
I Clearwater 5964341andcfo I .
Check 'pressure gauge. An accurate -j The fair will be in October on their feet and adjusted to society nurseries comprises one of the -
+ gauge is necessary to get'f Insights For The 60's again was-voiced by the., most. modern in this section of BEULAH. CHURCH S Apartments TJ PELLETSCAMELLIA .

the processing temperatures need- 'Last weekend I attended the speaker. Florida, Mr. Jordan said. CEMETERY WORKING 19316 Gulf Boulevard, South .
I I Chaplain Phipps said that men: Indian Rock Beach,flo.RadioTV and Azalea .
ed to make food keep. State Home Economics Convention The choir room, which bras/ for- ..
A will be held at the 655 '- r
A weighted gauge needs only to: in Miami and saw displays on being discharged from prison are merly two nursery departments, is V working ROSE SPECIAL
1 be thoroughly clean. I I! new textiles, kitchen equipment,I given a new suit of clothes), $15 'jn equipped with risers, adequate .Beulah.' { Church Cemetery on Saturday .
A dial gauge, old or new shouldbe '.and other things for the home.'cash and a bus ticket* and are' space for hanging .all robes for May 13. The east gate of CITRUS'SPECIAL
checked before the canning We also saw and ate some of' the I'thrown on their .own res:>urces-:: the five choirs and other equip- Camp- Blinding will be open from .
often without family or friends to. 8 to 9 a. m'"In going through the ,LAW1Y and GARDEN ."
season, and also during the seasonif many tropical fruits grown in that ment. The risers are built to match Repair .
+ you use the canner often. Ask part of the state, as guavas, Surinam -II help them find a job or make. the seating arrangement in the camp be sure to stay on Dade and .. I -
other adjustments.He Britt Roads due to firing in camp," .., ,
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your county home demonstrationagent cherry barbados cherry, car-I choir loft in the auditorium.The .
dealer, or manufacturer about ambola tamarind, jsapodille, sa- said that society could save church hostess will serve! the announcement, said. NEEL
checking it.If pote. itself a lot of trouble and expense refreshments to all visitors during -

your gauge if' off 5*.:pounds. 'A good view.of the city and its I with crime "repeaters" by extend-, the hours of open house. CARD OF TIIANKS MOBILE RADIO
:', '! '. '. 'ring a helping hand to these men
Our heartfelt thanks to all who
,when they need it most. 234 N. TEMPLE AVE.
announcing. James Ricksf! Sr. extended comforting sympathyand
help in our recent sorrow. For (located in North Florida PHONE PeAVote

MR.\ AND MRS. L.. R. HENDERSON- surroundings: could be seen From Dies Saturday the beautiful service, floral offer- Supply Co. store. ) 964-3965
the roof garden"of: our hotel orb ings, and other kindnesses we are ,
ARE NOW OPERATING THE Biscayne Boulevard the park,(Of Heart Attack deeply grateful. The family of Phone WO 4-5521 A
the bay dotted with islands and James D. Ricks, Sr.
If no answer, call I 352 W. MadisongTARKEFLA.!
GREEN OAK RESTAURANTYou the buildings? on Miami Bach beyond ; CI' IY11CPiL CO
James David Ricks Sr., 67, died TilE RIGHT POINT for the WO 4-2113 .
must Saturday night as the result of a
Are Invited To Speakers said that you
continue to learn so as 'to' keep up coronary attack. He was: strickenat way you write. Come in and select .. I ,,' J" ... ..... .

I Bring The Family Out For A with new happenings. It's en- home and died while he was your favorite ESTERBROOK . .. I .. ._ ......_ ".__ ,. .
being carried to local -'. .
a hospital. .
Delicious Meal couraging to know that you can '
Mr. Ricks was born March 29, Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.N .
always learn no matter how old I
SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD you are. 1894 at Conway, S. C., the son of: ,, .. .

Reasonable PricesIt The National meeting will be the late James D. and Moll'e Rob- 'F'R' :
held in Miami next erts Ricks. He had' lived at his
t year. ?
I home east of Starke for many _5 ;
:Will'Pay You To Us A Visit .
Pay years, and was a retired carpenter _
PresbyterianSession and a member of the Baptist
We Also Handle Church.

PHILLIPS "66" Gasoline, and OilY Surviving are his wife Ada
Carter Ricks; five daughters, Mrs.
Thelma Mae Johnson, Jacksonville T Control
Opposes Liquors -: Lga1
; Mrs. Ruby J. Griffis, and .

A resolution opposing an affirmative Miss Melba, Ricks, Starke Mrs.:I
Dorothy Babbs, Mrs.
and Daisy
fl vote on the legalized sale pf
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SERVICE Mae Smith, both of Waldo; six
whiskey in Bradford: County was
sons Jesse J., James D. Jr., an* '
1 Session of the '
First adopted Presbyterian by the Church last Robert George Lee W. Ricks Ricks,, all and of;Charles Starke E.;:i :. ; ? Because.! there .are several illegal' %uor toe, operating J in the

T- Friday on and Sunday.read to the congregation \- Ricks, both of Orlando; and Leo I county. : right now. facli and every bootlegger 'JLS a retail -

..,. The resolution quoted a former Allen Ricks, Gainesville; four >N SUMMER,WINTER; liquor merchant. Illegal andCriminal they are, ,
brothers, Arthur Ricks, Rocky
State Beyefa'ge Director as saying, Point, S. C.; WinfieW Rick% Clew- 6PRIN6 AND FALL, but the facts are that they are here. This makes it
indicate therc is no
w "Our records
SALES difference inl moonshine activities iston; Walter Ricks Ft. Lauderdale HOT WATER AlBECKANDVCALt very convenient for those who prefer to buy liquor
; and Henry Ricks, Conway,
1 I in a wet or dry county," and declared from bootleggers
: S. C.; one-sister and 35 grand- .
that l legalized sale would
SERVICE child> Q.fuu.er.
not curtail moonshine ,

but consumption would ipcrease of total liquor sales in and the p. 1ll.Monday l services aJ| the were'graveside held! at inKingslly 4 I tl A BUT THIS DOES NOT BENEFIT 2 :

: RiL\ViCTOIL ECLsTEREO&RADl4 hake Cemetery with Rev.
OtA county.
Donald' L. Willis, pastor of the Wq + V
'also declared
The resolution
SERVICE ONt that Bradford County would not Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, of- 1 J OUR fpUNTY ECONOMICALLY
ficiating. Burial was in the family .< .
-PAIRS [ -69O1I benefit tax-wisj from the legalized : > *
: w.p ALL MAKESSHEPHERD plot under the direction of DeWittC.
--------- t sale. w4limli
f h.. ----------- Jones Funeral Home.SPUDNUTS Because. the Florida law governing, the sale of l liquor permits

: a \\9 way Tllii yen IjlpHT wrtt POtNl Come in Jet and -i select OWNER. ., this product to be shipped'into a so-called dry'county

l MAN"*p.*CREEK". OWNER: "l ... 4U E. CALL STARKE your favorite ESTERhROOB.: E.YPiiSEST* THANK SI by any common carrier. There is no limit to the amount
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPILi
.r. a I I I J J.Ivish to express my apprecia-; that a person can order from a licensed liquor dealer
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.. "* 1 a tion to the people of in. a wet cOUnty'It_ is. being hipped'to.. Bradford
!surrounding area for their wonderful -
Ii ,V County day. This makes it convenient for those
..' response to the opening of our every ,
Spudhuts Shop on Highway 301 > who prefer to order their Beverages from dealers in
1 TV north of Starke. Your interest and _
o e 1S I patronage during our two-day legal control counties V

9t opening was very,encouraging: and .

we.hope you continue to enjoy,our V

jillETRAFFICAiiRoj'! V many, delicious Spudnut products.I BUT THIS DOES NOT BENEFIT
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fs a .n. 1 : SQUAR DANCING { bootlegger to transport rat much as fye sees fit

...t:'4 1, from a I egally"\vet' county into* Bradford* Cpunty" .

j >:<-. -,. Provided it is not for resale This makes it con-

I '\..'-, .,- 4.{ ,. :ITIRTINQ SATURDAY MAY 13 <. yenient" for those who prefer to buy from legal 1 merchants -
in a legal sale, area .

VV : : When the town at its busiest... ... ..>-ri y.fr- : .{ ;

V VV when our band's Iobbyis, ....andlorV/ I' 4i'';: f ; T BUT
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when you are at your busiestt. l :{;$'.: . ._ V
w '.,... EVERY

r .' V, DO YOUR, BANKING. WITH US BY MAIL! : TIiRU You Owe:If To Yourself And To Your.Fellow Citizens fo; Vote in
., 'A' Forms, .. *r. free. ,. on request. w, ,. .V.4 .. MIDNIGHT: the local pption election on May 16. Tp 'be a prosperous! community
1 i f we must be Pfo esslve. We must be civic-minded. We

\ must do everything we can to promote our welfare. Socalledprolybitipn

I 'existing .n ouY county "hq\ rqu t I b voted out if We

t FL RI I DA are to share, m.th rapid growing prosperity abounding it .in. 'many t

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c Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Barry, Sr. TAX COLLECTOR'S WARRANT, ceased.NOTICE pttiiednc\.irequlteUQ.1)tueDt> any
CREDITORS claims and demand you or
ti and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert NO.; 176 All against the
r persons having claims or de- either of you. may have
':. Barry and children Newberry, mands against the estate of William estate of Benjamin Yancey Saxon
) Tax Collector's Warrant Alachua Thomas Murrhee deceased, are here- deceased late of Bald County -
Ye + Mr. and Mrs. Ted Williams of County. Florida Plaintiff vs. John by notlfed and required to file their to the County Judge of Bradford
Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. F. Boles Construction Company, 2327 claims in the office of the County County. Florida*;jfc his office In the
N. E. 19th Dr., Gainesville, Florida, Judge of Bradford County, Florida, Court House,, StarKe, Florida within
H. Kramer of Starke were Sunday Defendant. in the County Court House at Starke, eight calendar months from the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barryat NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE Florida, within eight calendar date of thll,flrat;putlUcaUon of this
r Notice is hereby given that I, P. months from the date of the first notice Each claim or demand must t
n JN TjtI:1.ItIW: Kingsley Lake. tom. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford publication of this notice or the be in"writing and must state. the
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal and County. Florida under and by virtueof same will become void according to place of residence and port office
.K' 2 a Tax Collector's Warant here law. This May 9, 1961.S address of the claimant and must
daughter of Green Cove Springswere tofore issued out of Alachua Coun ( ) William Thomas Murrhee Jr. be sworn to by the claimant, his
f,6' visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. + k r ty, Florida, in the above styled Administrator of the Estate of agent, or his attorney, or the same
Mrs. Nate Dyal, Mrs. Edward Miss Joan Waite of Gainesvillewas I Lawson and family on Sunday. cause, I equipment have levied to-wit upon: the followIng -1 ceased.William Thomas Murrhee (.Sr.) De will Such become creditor void or claimant according mutt to law.at

Hall, Miss Florence Jennings, overnight guests Tuesday of Rev. and Mrs. Don' Kokomoorand One (1) F-600 Ford truck withno First Publication May 11, 1961. the time of the filing of the same
t# Hollis V of ,such claim to the
Mrs. G. L. Farber Miss Delia Ro- body bn bed. Color yellow. 1960 Knight deliver a copy
""''' Miss Elissa StefanellL I children of Apopka were over- Fla. license 11 CV493.. Starke Florida County Judge In compliance with
seriberg' and Miss 'Madge/ Mid- night guests Friday of Dr. and One (1) yellow Ford truck with Attorney for Administrator. Section 733.16 Florida Statutea 1959.This .
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. attended of May, 1961.
.3 dleton attended the dinner in faon- Hayes Mrs. R. S. :Mullins.Mr. large tank on bed. Tag No. i960 Fla. -11 4t 6-1 2nd day
C/V-490 -
Engine No. 28702. Henry Vivian
or of the State Executive board of .the music festival at Stephen and Mrs. W. F. Herlongof Y9 r One (caterpillar grader color, !. The County .lodge'. eon In And Administrator of the Estate of
the BPW Club in St. Augustine Foster Memorial. last Friday Saluda, S. C. and Mrs. Lilly yellow No. 7G 250. For Bradford County Florida Benjamin Yancey Saxon. de-
One .
(1) Catepillar ceased.W.
crawler color, In Probate No. 1-791 .
$ .? on Saturday evening. where their granddaughter, Mar Damon of Birmingham, Ala were ti.g yellow, No. CB 5774 (With Blade). In Re: Estate QT Marion Walton
John Torode was Jn ,Tallahassee of Dr. One (1) D6 Caterpillar crawler Benjamin Yancey Saxon, also Attorney for AdministratorP.
and Monday guests
tha Jo' Deas of Lake took i Sunday with blade,
City color,. yellow No. 9U19502. known as B. Y. Saxon Deceased. O. Fox 1637
)Ui on business on Tuesday and Wed and :Mrs. H. H. Adams. One (1) Caterpillar grader color, Notice To Creditors And Claimants Pompano Beach Florida
in the Folk Festival dance. a
part yellow Cat. 4t 6.1
() No. 7E949. 5.11
nesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chesser and One You and each of you are hereby
"Low-Boy" trailer, color,
:Mr. and Mrs. Stefanelli
,,, Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel and Henry son, Johnny, and daughter, Glen- yellow, Model No. W. T. 25 Serial No.

family visited Mr. and Mrs. W. O. i and daughter, Elissa, will spend da, and Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Law- 2163.One (!_>- Electric Welder 303:)
I4. Neel and Mr. and :Mrs. Richard i Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. son attended a family reunion at AMP., Lincoln Serial No. A 153974. THE SOPHISTICATED LOOK?
? Albert Stefanelli in Jacksonville. One (1) Air Compressor. Serial PREFER THE CASUAL STYLES?
Gray in Jacksonville on, Sunday.: Hillsborough Park in Tampa .on No. 217U-1027.8X11116X1,5.8
Rev. R. E. MacBlain attended Mrs Bertha Pearce ,is spendingthe Sunday.G. .. 2'l'T "
Ui You'll
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.,, the annual Episcopal church, weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. As the property or the above delighted with out interpretation
meeting at Camp Weed Monday I Edward Ensor in Jacksonville.Mrs. E. AIR CONDITIONING Members of Starke's senior Woman's Club form a ragged but named 5 day of defendant June 1961,and between that on the the legal of .either style for you! .

and Tuesday. While there he visited Junius Smith attended the BROWN'S REFRIGERATION rollicking chorus line at the Variety Show sponsored by the Junior hours of sale, namely eleven o'- \ 4
clock in the forenoon and two o'- Visit Our Salon Today'
,. his daughter and family, Mr. public relations work shop at the Mrs. R. V. Chapman and son, Woman's Club last Saturday night in the BUS auditorium. clock in the afternoon at twelve

and Mrs.George For tunas,in Apa- Hotel Roosevelt in Jacksonville on Bobby, visited relatives in Lake Approximately 500 persons viewed the annual event staged solelyby o'clock south door noon, on said day at the
of the Court
House in If Your Car License Is No. 45W817A
I lachicola. Tuesday as board member of the? City and Madison, Fla. and in local talent. 'Bradford County. Florida. I will offer .
I.. Florida Institute of Laundry and Boston'and Thomasville, Ga. over "'--r.l't,.- for sale and sell to the highest FREE SHAMPOO AND SET
G. E. AIR CONDITIONING bidder for cash in hand the above
: BROWN'S REFRIGERATION Dry Cleaners. the weekend. described property of said defend- Awaits you at our Salon Watch this space
U. CoL and Mrs. H. M. Hat- Jerry Chessier spent the week- 'The Best Of Broadway"Broadway" ant, to satisfy said execution..
P. D. Reddish every week for new winners.
: Cindy Lynne, Joey, and Andy cher Jr. in Ocala.
were Hollywood over end with relatives in Sheriff. Bradford County \.
S Jordan of Lake Butler spent last the weekend here Col. Hatcherwas Mrs. Frank Peterson has returned By: Jean Wainwright- D. $. Last week's winner-Mrs. Clayton Driggers

: week with their grandparents, Mr. a judge in the dog obedience from El Paso, Texas where has come to Starke and some outstanding talent was 6-11 4t 6-1

a and :Mrs. H. A. Lawson while trials. she was a guest of her soninlawand and gone and the town's junior discovered. Bill Shiner was in fine Glamo-Ree Hair StylistMiss

: their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. J. 3L Edwards daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl women have changed back to voice as he sang "0' Man River" In The County Judge's Court Of : Ellouise Ph. 954-8341 Mr. Keith
I Jordan enjoyed a vacation at Hol- and daughters, Gayle and Dianne, Patin. house dresses after the annual' and "Some Enchanted Evening.." Bradford County, Florida .
In The Estate Of: 353 N. Temple Avenuebobbins'
: lywood Beach, awarded to Mr. spent the weekend at Horse Shoe. !Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent Sun- variety show staged by the Junior Madge Chasteen and Lavern out- William Thomas Murrhee De-

I Jordan by the insurance com- Mr. and :Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr day night with Mr. and Mrs. Woman's Club last Saturday night. law joined voices in "AnythingYou

pany he works for. visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Star- Bruce Cox at Jacksonville Beach. Sixteen numbers were :-ncluded Can Do, I Can Do Better," .

:' :Misses Jean Mundy and Linda ling in Jacksonville on Sunday.J. On Monday she attended the Bap- from such Broadway hits as South and Jim Chasteen soloed "Thank

: Kay Sale of PSU: will be home for M. Edwards, Sr. is in Pen- : tist state Camp Committee meet: Pacific, Carousel, My Fair Lady, Heaven For Littlei! Girls." Rev.

the weekend. sacola for two ,weeks on business. ing in Jacksonville. I Gigi, and The King And I. Barry Van Deventer's deep bass Suggestions
a Mrs. Randolph! Crosby and'Mrs. Deep sea fishing at Stelnhat- Baby Chicks at Sistrunk's. I Proceeds from the show went to was heard in "Get Me To ChurchOn

: Minnie Carter of Maxville were Ghee on Sunday were Mr. and Miss Linda Kay Sale attendedthe I community achievement projects Time"and "I'll Never Walk

a last Thursday guests of Mrs. Ef- Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Mr. and Dooley Festivities at Emory sponsored by 'the club, such as Alone," and Sylvia Reddish, attired -
: fie Johns. Mrs. Johns also hade :Mrs.Charles Zipperer, N.L. Wood- University in Atlanta last week- a dental clinic and shoes for in- in a burlap bag, sang "Doin1

as guests, G. W. Baisden and burn and son, Lonnie, L. M. Irby, end and was the guest of Miss digent children local girl scouts, What Comes Naturally."
: :Miss Martha Holloway of JacksonVille Bob Firth, and Dr. Gerald Ewing. Mary Croft while there. adopted girls from Sunland Train- Besides the Junior Club mem-

I on Sunday evening, and :Mrs.' Miss Catherine Froh, a mission- Mrs. Louise Gibbons of Cocoa ing Center, and contributions to bers taking part in the show, talent for
: Mile Ritch of Morriston on Tues! ary from Haiti, was the weekend was a guest Tuesday of :Mrs. J. Bradford High's foreign exchange was recruited from the Lions

e,, day.For -guest of Dr. and :Mrs. H. G. Boll- H. Fields. student.All Club, the Jaycees, and the Senior y

: Mother's Day-cut Flowers inger. Bill Smith returned home :April performers were local peopleMr. Woman's Club.Recent .
I and Blooming Plants, at Sis- Mr. and Mrs. Roland Andrews 30 from Sultanate of Muscat and

S trunk's. spent the /weekend at their cot- Oman in Southern Arabia where and !Mrs. C. H. Quick of Births

: Mrs. E. E. Tanner returned last tage at Keystone Heights.Mrs. he was working for an oil comp- Folkston, Ga. visited P. M. Bare- "

Thursday from a week's visit with ( Maxie Carter, Sr. spent any for the past two years. He foot and family on Sunday.Mr. Bradford County Hospital an- Ladies Wash'n'wear.DRESSES'.
.... Sgt and Mrs. A. W. Chapman and Saturday evening
/' family In Columbus' Ga. cousin, Mrs. J. W. Scott, In Jack- City the last of the month. attended the State Service Officers -i nounces the following births:

:Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. and son, sonville, and !Miss Peggy Scott, Ortho Insecticides at Sistrnnk's convention at Daytona Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey Mc Y1 .

/ John Milton, spent last week In who has recently returned from Owen Vaughn remains ill at Beach from Thursday to Saturday. Carthy.Starke, a son, Terry Alan, ,

: Tallahassee with Mr.Thomas. John I three years missionary work in his home. Mrs. Daisy Perryman and Miss May 2.Mr. "
Hilton was an overnight guest I Northern Ghana. :Mrs.: Elsie Webber 'has returned Jackie Colley: spent Saturday in t'
and Mrs.
Aubrey Williams
: Thursday of Doyle Conner Jr. Armour Fertilizer for gardensand home from ten days in Riverside Blackshear, Ga. with Mr. and

Mr., and Mrs. X. M. Smith and field crops at Sistrunk's. Hospital. She will return to the :Mrs. A. M. Moore, Jr. Gaskins, Lawtey, a son, Aubrey .

daughter, Terry, were in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futch and 'hospital in a week for surgery. Pearson Cox. who received his William Gaskins, Jr., May 4. I'' 95 SIZES -

: sonville last weekend as, guests of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Schweem 'Mr. and Mrs. George W. RoH- Lieutenant Commission on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie V7. Page, .

a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murray while spent Monday in Jacksonville on erts, Jr. and family of Tallahassee at Lakeland AFB, San An- .Jr., Lawtey, a son, May 8, 6 ,7..TO 15 -,
: Mr. .Smith entered the Seaboard business. will move to 456 W. Madison tonio, Texas, arrived home Wed- i : .

1 Golf Tournament. Miss Dixie Knapp of Warren, Street this Saturday. nesday for ten days leave of ab- i2 TO. 20Ul9 -

: air and Mrs. John Feamster of Ohio, granddaughter of !Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. :Andrewsof sence.Grotone. k. .
TO 241.46
West Virginia were recent guests Frank Peterson, and Mrs. Joseph Jacksonville and (Mr. and Mrs. and Vertagreen for /

: of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson. Cherry and daughter of Niles, R. O. Dansby of Starke attendedthe lawns and flowers, at Sistrunk's.Mrs. :And Up TO 52: ,
f Mrs. Feamster is 'Mrs. Peterson's I Ohio were 1, recent! guests of Mr. Folk Festival at Stephen Fos-. E. L. Cox and daughter, FloridaTheatre .
: daughter. and Mrs. Peterson. ter'Memorial' on': Sunday. Linda, and Misses Rosa and Edith '. .' : -'" i',: '.' ..:.. : t 'i .F, ':

/. _m Moore visited relatives in Jack- 'T....'., .'!..-.

sonville on Saturday.; ....
/ Karen and Jennie Lou Morrisof '

1 1 Williston Lakeland were and weekend Travis Alvarezof guestsof Slips Panties ":? : }

/ [ family Mr. and at Kingsley Mrs. Tommy Lake.Gill and. .. .

Mrs. Betty Green of Miami and

.. Mrs. Marguerite Dickens of Mari- SAT. MAY 13 '

anna .will ''be guests next week of
:1e FOR Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining Double Feature Program1st. :

T. H. Slade attended a Chris- Feature : cJ.I'

tian Social Concern meeting in !
ee: Frostproof on Wednesday. .
e LEGAL CONTROLFollow Garden and Field Seed at Sistrunk's. ,

1e Mr. and Mrs. G. S.. Newcomband
; B!1310F ,1
e son spent the weekend in j' *$

Orlando with their parents, Mrs. ,. '
The Sample Ballot As Marked With An X .R.' P. Moye and Mr. and Mrs. E. '

W. Newcomb. 2nd. Feature .
e Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mr. and

Make Sure You Vote On The First Question Question :Mrs. Lester Crews have had as C

: Number 1. Then Vote Again On Question Number 2" For Sales guests Clearwater, Mrs.last Frank Wednesday Carter, and of

: By The Package And Drink. Sam Mitchell and daughter, Susan -

of Jacksonville on Sunday. .

: Unless You Vote On Question Number 1 "For Selling Intoxicating Carey Fitzgerald of Tallahassee
is staying with Rev, and Mrs Gnmws And Up .
: Liquors, Wines And Beer, Your Vote Will Not Count. You Leo Hebert until he can find a coa 99 \ v

: Must Vote On Question tl Before You Can Vote On Question borne Fitzgerald for his is in family the Classification here.: Mr. Cartoon: They're Off t .:.- Nylon Rayon

: Number 2* Department at State Prison., SUN, MONn & TUES. e Plain and
Mrs. Lucile Davis spent .the
MAY 14,15 & 16Cartoon : .
weekend with her : .'
; son-in-law and : Lace Trimmed '
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Davis '. DustersWashable
\ Jr. in
Gainesville. They at- i mi s: And UpSize ,
: If.you fail to vote on question number 1, your vote on tended the music festival at Stephen I .

: question number 2 will not be counted! Foster Memorial on Saturday 32-52 i I
afternoon. i iiwI11RM
: To vote, make a cross mark (X) at the right of your Tuxedo Feed at Sistrunk's.Mr E12PROOL tl Double Panel :' 499

: choice on each question. and (Mrs. Robert Barkley '
Jacksonville were last Thursday 4 Nylon Tricot \.

:e QUESTION' NO. 1: Inman afternoon Green.visitors of ){r. and CLENMFORD1 Lace Trim d" .

: For Selling Intoxicating Liquors, TV i i.1.1I i' Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and :Miss
Wines or Beer Gloria Johns spent the weekend
: I I
t1ll with :Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
-,,'- III Cotton Prints
LL HandbagsStraws
: Against Selling Intoxicating Liquors, Cash paid for fooff.clean, colon A Lovely Gift

Wines or Beer I U I rags. No Khaki or wool
.. Briar to Bradford County Tel- : Railroad to Fame Mellow-Glow for Mother .

irapfi.' .
: ... QUESTION NO.2: WED.THURS.&FRLMAY Leather-White, Bone, .2 Plug_ .
: v I. Circuit Court, Bradford Co...ty, 17, 18, & 19ns Red .six Patent .Tax
Florida IB Chaieery. .
: : : ". .kTU ales by thackage and' DrinK t rJ1 j Dor rig Thompson Case No.Plaintiff 12S984 vs. 'I'. All Handbags .One Price

.h Homer Lee Thompson. Defendant. .
To: Homer Lee Thompson whose .
residence and address is Unknown. ]?-- '
For Sales by the Package Only 0 suit You for are divorce hereby custody notified and that control a i WE SPECIALIZE IN LADIES READY-TO-WEAR AND HAVE NUMEROUS

of minor children has been filed .-- OTHER ITEMS, NOT LISTED HERE! \
gainst- -
you in the above named -
I Court and cause and you are required ,-
; to serve a copy of your answer '
or pleading: to the complaint : Free
We Wrap
on the Plaintiffs Attorney: T. Frank neoFRf
Your Ballot
: Mark As Shown' In The Space Above Andrum. P. O. Box 54( Starke .
Florida and file the original In the .

: Just As If Is Marked In The, Diagram. Clip This June Court office, on 1961 of or the: before otherwise Clerk the of the the 12 day allegations Circuit of- :: 1J. DEPARTMENT

of said Complaint -
will be
taken as confessed by you. ,.f % .. Caderm.ow. S'
.: Advertisement And Take Into The Polls With You. each This week.notice for shall be four published consecutive once STOiE .
.. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-' TECHMCOUOR*.WARMS PCS
gra.ph. '

: ;:THIS.IS. S VOTE FOR LEGAL 'CONTROL. (SEAL Dated Charles) this A.1 Darby day:oPt, May nIL-4 s-Cartoon: Baggage Buster ,Phone 969-2811, t -111 E. Can St

fI. ,.
I Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
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.V-IO I -'P-I I Wesleyan Guild I I Beta Sigma Phi I.New Green Stamp ,

I p1ji Installs Officers :! Holds Pledging !I

I I By Candled ht ;,'T.. At Slade HomeThe Catalog To Be \f

r T' m- 1
i4 I In an impressive canI'J-li; : hting Starke ( all1i aileta Distributed \

1Alad9. program Tuesday evening in the
I i
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met
Jh-st Methodist Church, the Wesleyan s i
I Ir I : J. D. Vause, field representativefor ;
Meoty ; Service Guilds, units 1 and Monday night at the home of the i

.. .._ ..... --.. _". '" ..-.-.-.. .. .. -.-... << I # 2, held an installation and pledge 'wonsor, Mis. T. H. Slade, for dinner the: Sperry & Hutchinson Co. '
I 'fi service.I i preceded by the annual pledge has announced distribution locallyof

Mrs. Walter Snyder, '' Mary Ann Long I Mrs. H. O. Bo 'ette. conducted:: ritual. i the new S & H Green Stamp

Starke Visitor ': Is New Head the service and installed the following New pledges for the coming
I tin ;I year : catalog.
J Feted At Parties Of LittleVomen a s !I president{ officers: from Guild Oce, j are Sara Lou Wells. Jeanne Clark,; Showing most of the S&H lines I
Mrs. Rebeccah Simpson;
Faye Marlowe, Barbara Ward,
4 I vice-president, -Mrs. M. W. Cres-I i of 1.700 articles of merchandise, i
Miss Ann i Martha Rozier, Leah Sutton, Elizabeth ,
Mrs. Walter Snyder of Huntington Mary Long was in- j
sler; recording secretary, Mrs. the new catalog! will to distributed ;
., W. Va., house guest this week | flailed as president of the LittleWomen's Ruth Johnson secretary of ; Haines, Gayle Shiner, and'Jenny
; pio- i in this to customers of Winns s
f of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs.I|i Club at the organization's I motion Mrs. Nelson j Ro3ermond. I j area
Green and I 1 f
; i will
Dixie: and copies also -
i uc
O. J. Beaaley. has been feted at meeting Monday evening in Past President Louise Stern waspresented
I,I t ) treasurer, Mrs. .G. L. Fui: ) r. 'II '
L S&H -
; at the Green Stamp redemption
many parties. the Woman's Club. :Mis Della I a past president gavel
, ; From Guild Two, president, llrs. t I 1208 N. Main ,
Mrs. Kincaid and Mrs. Beasley i Rosenberg, past director of the Charles C. Johns guard. 1 1 center at
; vice-president '
t entertained at a lovely dinner- | club, served as installing officer. iSt Mrs. J. R. Hlxon I Thirty-one members and pledges 1 Street Gainesville.
; recording secretary -
1 bridge party for their guest :Monday -j Sharing the Installation ceremonies attended. j jI Vause said: that almost half the :
: Mrs. R. A. Coe; secretary of \
1 I articles in the catalog are new ad-
with Ann were Barbara
:evening. The 18 guests gathered ,], Mary promotion, Mrs. ILS.. 'Mullina
in the garden for tomato: BlankenshIp, vice-president; -, _._ _.. ._ n._ _. ,_ treasurer, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. ; I 'I ditions to the line. He added that '(;
1 jute* cocktails before the buffet J I recording secretary, Betty Lou Mrs. Titus Olson conducted the I TilE RIGHT POINT for the i iI S&H G1 fen Stamps are now distributed -
served indoors.I Wainwright ,Edward's Society Installs Officers write. Come in and by 90.000 retail stores and
dinner which was ; corresponding secretary I[Mary K. Wainwright pledge service with Mrs. Jake way you se-I I
Jackie Bales I led favorite ESTERBROOK. that half of all families in Amerl- ;
The three party rooms where the i ; and treasurer, ; At Ceremony In Garden RestaurantAt Gruis, Mrs. Mullins, and Mrs. your
guests 'were seated at card tables, Janet Nichols. i Makes Freshman Ctessler Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH ca save them. ;;
I taking part.
and later played bridge, were Preceding the installation the a joint meeting with St. Wil- presented medals of Our Lady of : After the service I
I i Honor a short busi- 4 i
f lovely with artistic arrangements :J i I business meeting was conducted liam's of Keystone and St.- Mary's1of Le Leche to the newly instated officers ; SocietyMiss ness meeting was held by both I

of Spring flowers.On by Anne Matthews, the out-going Macclenny the of1cersof St., along with ,noiy cards Guilds.
tn-j :Mary Katherine Wain-
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. sny- :j president. She presented each of- Edward's Altar Society ware installed :scribed with prayers>to the i i
wright was initiated on 4,
der was entertained at a dessert- :j ficer with a small china plate, a Sunday night, May 7, in > Mother. I May i t
into the Village Vamps at Flori- Alpha Delta
bridge given by Mrs. Logan Bald-I I j gift of the club in appreciation of the Garden Restaurant. II i i St. Edwards officers Installedwere da State KappaTo i
win and Mrs. T. T. Long at the 11] service. Miss Rosenberg gave I As part of the installation service -: Mrs. Randall Chismf president all Meet At
usher at
Village Vamps THE OPENING DAY 1
home of the latter. Anne a coffee spoon, also a gift : Father Cornelius Doughertygave Mrs. James Roach, vice- '
I l FSU functions, serve as welcoming Mullins Home
An attractive color motif of of the club. a history of the founding of *-
'j I president, Mrs. Francis Meng, re- committee for :'all football MONDAY MAY 15Lorraine's I
I Senior members were asked to the Shrine of Our Lady of La ,
achieved !|:cording secretary, Mrs. Paul Meng teams and other FSU visitors, and The Alpha Gamma Chapter of ,
; In the colorful arrangements of serve at the Woman's club's an- Leche. He presented retiring presi-'[.
: are official hostesses for the col Alpha Delta Kappa sorority will I
daisies, day lilies and calendulas, nual May Breakfast, and-all club dents, Mrs. Owen Vaughan and: correspond'secretary..a Mrs. meet Monday night at the homeof Beauty Shop

throughout the party rooms. After members were urged to assist with Mrs. Davie a lovely statuette of i I Joseph'Gissy, treasurer and Mrs'j' lege.Forty girls are chosen from the Mrs. R. S. Munins on Highway

several progressions of bridgeat "Book Sale Week" sponsored by Our Lady: of La Leche. He also I I Robby Shaller altar Freshman class an,honorary club, 100 South for a covered dub din-
the three tables, prizes were the starke Library. ----
I 410 Short St. One block off St. Clair
for Freshman girls and transfer
awarded to the winners. i i Patricia Loudon was welcomed Junior Women ner.Miss
I 1 students. Paulina Cantana, foreign
Mrs. Snyder was also the honor into the clUb as a new member '
j I Install OfficersAt Miss Wainwright is also a mem- exchange student from the Philippine -
guest at a lovely tea given Wednesday !! and was presented a corsage. .
afternoon from 4:30 to ;, Miss Rosenberg was also given a, May Meeting }. ber of the Kappa Delta sorority. Islands, now attending the Where now you can get the
gQ University of Florida, will
5:30: at the E. L. Matthews' homes i corsage during the evening. speak
during the program. soft permanents, fashion cuts,
with Mrs. :Matthews and Miss j jMadge :Mary Ann Long had charge of A covered dish dinner was held w rI Haynes Family

Middleton as hostesses. the program and introduced Jack by members of the Junior Wom- I Hostesses will be Mrs. M. A and latest styles done,by professional

Trawick, who an's Club at their regular May Surprised With Payne and Mrs. Wayne Haines.
Spring flowers in attractive arrangements gave a talk on First I
xI hair
used in :the i Aid. meeting preceding the installa-I I ,
were pari j I l House 'V CARD OF THANKS '.
f t}' rooms with the same blossoms j In addition to the new members, j tion of officers Monday night -f arm ngI I We are sincerely grateful to 1I.ORRAINE CHAMPION

being :used as a centerpiece for special honor guests at the meet-' :May 1.Mrs.. 1 t Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. friends and, neighbors for their "f;: Owner and Manager

the tea table. "i !ing were the mothers of the club John Torode, president ; I were pleasantly surprised at a'.many kind acts during the illness!I ..

Mr. and Mrs. T.. H. Slade gave 'j, members. Each daughter intro-: presided over the meeting and I I f I house-warming supper party giv- of our son, John Williams, during ..if .
a delightful party Wednesday duced her mother. introduced the guests from Jacksonville -I
supper I i I! en in their honor at their new his stay in the hospital. He is backat APPOINTMENTPlenty
F t t'1 evening at their home on E. :j' During the social hour the hostesses : Mrs John Mahon, State ,, home at 174 Martin -street last home now and will appreciate' CALL 964-7285 FOR AN

Call Street honoring Mrs. Snyder. !I Dianne Firth, chairman, as- Junior Director; Mrs. John King, I'I Friday evening. Nine couples were I visits from his friends.-Dewey D. I Of Convenient Parking Space
The Slade home attractive'for silted Dennis District Four Junior Director, and,
t was by Kay and Mar- hosts at this delightful affair. Williams and family. ,
the occasion with several arrangements -;garet Douglas, served'refresh-, Mrs. Tom Ellis, State chairman The honorees "were 'presentedwith .- -_ I
of mixed flowers. 1 merits. of American Home Department.
a fireplace screen from their !
i Mrs. Snyder'will also be honored Mrs. King installed the incoming ; J I j 1
i friends as a memento of the oc i
I at a dessert-bridge party this eve- Recent Birth i officers. casion.

; ning (Thursday) given ,by Mrs.I' Mrs. Jerome Johns presentedthe .

Nelle Andrews and Mrs O. L. ;; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dortch,, awards to the young women i

Haynes Sr. at the home of the ','Starke, announce the birth of a i having earned 100 points or more _.._n______ ..__ ____ ____. Business Meeting- !
I' latter. Four tables of bridge win this This was the first :|
year. year a
son on May 8, at Doctor's Hospital.: ; Held By -
be enjoyed. under the points system. The following 'StallingsGriggsEngagement ,

were awarded charms that Told i Ladies Council'i:

'were engraved :with "Honor Club i ry" 4
1950-61": Mrs. Abe. Abercrombie, f I The Ladies Council Of the First
Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Charles Stal-
TERWILLEGAR Mrs. Jim Bloodworth, Mrs. Pat 1 lings Sr. of Waldo, formerly of J Christian Church met'last Thursday ... t brin
Cauffman, Mrs. Jim Chasteen, r evening at the .church for
Starke announce the engagement .. ,
Mrs Randal Chitty, Mrs. Wayne |their business and program meeting j
: ; and approaching marriage'oftheir,
Haines, Miss Betty Jane :Morgan, ; .

Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs. L. H.!, drew daughter,Joseph, Esther Griggsson Melissa, of"to" An-Mr.,I Ij !, Mrs. Bob Badgett,, .president,I Ipresided We show you first just a few Rockers and Lamps that Mothers everywhere would

Outlaw, Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. I j : over the, business ,meet- love to have. But the whole store is full of New things for the home. A visit here I
j and Mrs. Hubert E. Griggs Sr. of !I It f
James Rowe, Mrs. Joe Warren, I! Cocoa. i ii .".ing. Circle three had charge of will give you New ideas, on what Mother will really appreciate.;
Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mrs. John t i: the program on Loyalty," :with
i The marriage will be an event I!
Torode, and Mrs. Jerome Johns. i j I Mrs.. Rosa Bell Tomlinson and
Mrs. John Torode was presenteda of Saturday evening, June;,17. at: Mrs. Wesley Andrews faking part. Prices Listed In This Ad Apply Only To Purchases Made Prior
8 o'clock in St. Mark's
; Episcopal
.I gift for being named "Woian ?- Church, Cocoa. '. j,i To Mothers' Day-May 14th.
:, of the Year." She !was also I Lottie
Moon Circle
I 1 The' bride-elect graduated fromBradford '
presented a past president's pin.
High School attended'
Mrs. John King and !Mrs. Carolyn Meets 'AfHebert
Florida State University and is' SOLID MAPLE KEY CITY
} Ellis presented a skit on last I
years General Federation meetingin now employed by the law firm of,; Home -'

Washington D. C. Griggs & Meadows,Cocoa.Mr. WINDSOR ROCKERS BOSTON ROCKERS
0 Mrs. L. H Outlaw and Mrs. Griggs graduated. from Gordon Lottie Moon Circle of the First

Jerome Johns were appointed as Military College, 'Barnesviile, Ga.,! Baptist Church met at the homeof

delegates to the Florida Federa- and is employed by the Florida .Mrs. Leo A. Hebert with six Maple or Mahogany Finish Mahogany or Black with

held June Power & Light Co. members and one visitor present.
i tion in Miami to be Decorated Gold
3 and 4. Mrs. James Rowe and !.One new member was added. Armless Regularly _ $24.95

Miss Betty Jane Morgan were ap- '. THE RIGHT POINT for the Mrs. Ernest Phillips: gave an in- This Is A 39.95 Rocker
way you write. Come in and select -I teresting program on prayer, and -
pointed as alternates. I Mothers Day Price 21.95
: i960 your favorite ESTERBROOK Mrs. H. L. Speer spoke on ste

Fountain Prn. TELEGRAPH. wardship. For
Michael Futch Only '
1 FALCON FORDOR With $29.95 95

Deluxe Owner!Trim, Fordomatic, Local CelebratesFourth Year thsR&lpri; 2495: 29

Little Michael Futch celebratedhis

fourth birthday anniversarylast I Whatever the ,

196Q--- Saturday afternoon when I .

I his mother, Mrs. Mack Futch en- Gift occasion*. FULLY UPHOLSTERED PLATFORM ROCKER

FORD FALCON WAGON tertained for him. make the
I The party was held in the Futch giftSamsonite
Radio and Heater. One Owner den which was attractively dec- Full Foam Seat And Back

Almost New! orated with blue and white StreamliteAlo -

t with streamers a cluster centered of balloons.at the ceiling The other luggage says.so.many nice things...for so little!- Your: : Choice of Beige, Grey, Green, Red

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1961--- ; long blue-covered refreshment These Rockers
table was centered with a pink z 9S

and white birthday cake..Colored Excellent
party plates with matching
nap- MGfi'WumROU .
3,000 Miles, Fordomatic, Radio kins were used. The youngsters BUY AT $49.95

were given party hats and nut
!I and Heater! cups filled with nuts and mints, Two Days *

along with the traditional birth- I

: 1959--- < day cake and ice cream,,.
Assisting Mrs. Futch with the For OnlyHALF.PRICE
FORD FAIRLANE 500 12 little guests !were,Airs. C. A.

I Futch Mrs. J. W. Brownlee Mrs.

Fordor Demonstrator, 38,000 T. A. ,Yawn, and Mrs. James

Miles. Fordomatic Radio and Groover.
xors cawMwor SALE
Heater! CD Director t .- 1 ; ; .

Speaks To PTA M THEt'$ DAY ;

f e FATHER'S DAY .-:"' 4.-1 tAQID'.011e We have about 20 Table Lamps that we cannot match s
County CouncilMrs. '- "< T. "' "I'-' ::
:', ..', Any in this Group for '/ Price ,

C. L. Scholl. Bradford: ANNIVERSARIES ;r .

NEW AND USED County Civil Defense 'Director, : BIRTHDAYS \ p ;. __ t&, L FROM TO

1 CARS TO SELECT spoke to the Bradford-Union $3.00 $10.00 I
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.County Council of PTA's Monday
FROM-ALL PRICEDTO Samsonite Streamlite is the ideal) gift for every occasion. '
night at the Lawtey Junior High No other luggage in the world has Streamline's classic good Ic sks- .'.. .:
SELL! School I ...or its toughneas.Triple' -strength base,covered with! elegant .. -
Mrs. M. L. Robinson vice president -' vinyl Scoffs at scuffs,stains.Bine'd handles oo't wear out.

Come in and see Samsanile She<
of PTA installed the,following officers -! In HawaS"; -.Saddle Tin Eot, rfb-m II' 9a. .
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: Mrs. S.,G. Denmark ... :? "It's A Fact You
president \ Colorado :: ,R.whide finW\. I' -;: Can Do Better At"
Ire-electedh Mrs. W. H.,

VISIT I II Graham vice president; Mrs. R..1 eEAUTY CAS' ,. S'..M. MEN'S COMPANION CASE $14.95.,'
E., Lee secretary; Mrs. N. G. Davis -i IADIES' C T 'UR L9;; FURNITURE COMPANYOF

treasurer. I WES'! \. .. All price pfui tag '
TERWIIlEGAR MOTORS Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. announced -

I' that a study course on parliamentary -
procedure will be held : BARKSDALE'S

; TDBA! Tuesday May 23, from 9:30: a. m. .

to 1:30 p- m. at her home on East j t :
Call Street Any PTA member is. Starke, Fla. :. 434-446 W. Call St. Phone 9644321

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Homecoming_ >' YYYYYYYVYYVVVYYYYVYYVYYYVYVYYjyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Jacksonville, .and currently a I I your membership can be transferred -i>r mpptin- Thurs. 1:30: Mission

At Hope Baptist NEWS :OF INTEREST :TO COLORED member cf the faculty at Eward I to the 'church of your meeting; Fri. 7:30: p.' ,m. Prayer

Waters College-C. C. Anderson, I choice: if you do not wish to work .....rtlK4., oat. stalling i ui,the after-

: HURCHNEWS Hope Baptit, Churcn at Theresa -: ,CiTlZEOF: .BRADFORD I? COUNTY i i Prin. D. B. Richardson _reporter, j in beautiful New Mt. Pisgah. We I ncon the ]ladies will sell Ion N. Oak

-, 'will observe HomecomingDay ,-U- : : CHURCH N. WS i still need your spiritual, moral St.: in front of the building owned

: 'I on Sunday May '14. Dinner: -' m "!, ,' By Oz ra Shell .. ..:. "",; I I New Hope Baptist, Rev. L. W.! physical and financial strength to Jbv Son Fred Williams to help in

.. I.' will be served on the grounds at A&AAAAtAAAAAAAAAA&AAAj,A AAAAAAAAAAAAA I A !I Mosley pastor, held regular: corn- carry: on. -M. Albert, reporting. I their Women's Day Rally sche-
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'I. 1 p. m.', after the'morning worship.Fllow5h1pa .-'. -. ..- '. ..* 'i"- :,: municn services on Sunday start- :Mt. iloriab. Methcaist Church, | duled in June. Everyone is Invited
d wil' be !: Red. Cross : mary and ihs: plaiting:: of the May'ale ing vl'.h Sunday School: at 10 a. :.lev. L. H. MeClendon pastor will to attend our church services and
singing en- '
At The Tabernacle SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF joyed during the aft rn on. i: The Red Cross". fund racing vas I .ijrs. S. C. Price extends ra., John Digs Jr. in charge. 11 hold regular services starting with' activities throughout the 'week

I CHRIST A'specialservke will be held at' :parked= by th!. skillful organization naij ,tAlanics to ,the pril1 :pals. :a. ra- morning warship, musi; by Church School at 10 a. m. Supt. 'uii ay. Mary McBjide. re-

,A;Bible ,Contest: a 7:30 p- m. wi'h Rev; Phil Padgettof ; :. cf Mrs., Uaiirice J. White.. eats' patrons and p.ipils of the Junior Choir, Elaine Pinion, :,Robert Dell in charge; 11 a. m. I.porter.
3 ML S, on 301. ; She'is deeply grateful for the Jie
E: co- ani all
message, and; a' study prOPhetic'l .t Lakeland as speaker.- is associate county community p.anist.: Plans are being made for Love Feast will be conducted by I RJE School ClosingOn
-Family O! God" were Sunday Bible] Classes 10 a.1 director of the United cpcntion received by all representatives helpers, for making this programa a baby contest by Mrs. Leola the pastor; 5 p. m. Youth Fellow I Sunday: May 21, 3 p. m
wf'ekenservices at the Gospel and friends la the'fol- success. Plan now to attend the Morris. 'You are urged to -support' ship will present Mother's Day will deliverthe
m.: Assembly Worship with theLord's i Christian Action, Inc., and his a Rev. B. J. Williams
Tabernacle. An: inter sting part of I I message will pertain to the'coming lowing communities: .Brooder: contribution -: ::::pellmg "Bee" on May 15, at 8:30p. : these three babies: Brenda Ann Program with Constance Williamsin annual sermon to the gradu-
the Supper 11 a. m.; Evening I I $3.50, representative m.; Beach Outing and trip to Flowers. Mars Virginia Jackson : charge 6:30 Com known in
closing!{ :exercises of the Bible "wet-dry'T election on May 16. ; : p. m- Holy ating class. He is well'
School hour was a four-year old Assembly Worship, 6:30: p. m. The pastor, Rev. Merle Pack- Mrs. Charity' Williams; Hampton.. he Zoo, on Sat. May 20. Buses will and Maxine Pittman. The contest munion. Combined choirs have Bradford County and the state of

child.illustrating withpictures on Wednesday Bible Classes, ham extends a cordial welcome to $5, repiesentative; Mis. Mf.'lorfeaatrTaylor leave the scnooi campus at 8 a. m.j; will close just brfore the District been asked to sing throughout the I Florida as an eloquent speaker.

the board the lesson he had just I 7:30 p. m.HOPE the public to attenl this service ; Wateroak $8 representative -' and return before dark. All aboard "I Convention whi hiU meet at dayso: that we may all join in and The honor graduates for 1961 .are:

learned of Daniel in the Lion's II.I. and hear the issues in this election :' ,- Mrs. Catherine Dell: Lm- xor Jacksonville] Zoo and Litih I New Hope this year. Rev., G. GMcArthur :pay a big tribute to "Mother." Remember I Margaret!; Johnson, valedictorian.:

BAPTIST CHURCH discuss .,. com<< City, $20. 0. representatives Talbot Island! I Moderator, expects this our sick and: shut-in Helen Franklin: salutatorian;
Den.A Sunday Sunday School 10 I Mrs. S. C. Price Mrs. Louiza : Carnation Club during
visiting speaker will be heard n to be the greatest session members and friends. Harry Cotes Houston, Bette Heath and
at ttie- services this week, and a. m. Morning message' 11 ,a. m" ',,';CAum MISSIONARYBAPTIST Brown, and Mrs Clemer 3ryant; Regular meeting of the Car- his adminstration. All members :Young, Layleader, reporting. Edna Bell Williams. Mrs. M. D.

communion will be observed at the Training Union 7 p. m. Evening CHURCH j Starke, $135.16 representatives, .1 nation Club was',held, at the Reno and friends are asked to visit, Sis. I Allen Chapel A. 31. E. Church, I Christian is cla.s 'sponsor. Commencement -

lose of the morning service. message 8 p. m. | Mesdames: q. Green, ,SMcrris.. ,B. Theatre with President Brooks in Christina: Digs; who entered Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will will b.e held o" Wed.; .

Monday. Bible Joy Club 4 to Sunday School and Worship2to Lennon and M. White, prinicpal).I charge. We were pleased to welcome Bradford County Hospital last ;.observe Trustee Day on Sunday 1 May 24, at 8 p. m. Parents and

I Methodist Church 5 p. m. 4 p. m. Sunday. I Eddie Tliompkins & 6th grade j the return of.one sick member -j Sunday for surgery. Glenn (: starting with Sunday School at relatives of graduates are asked to

I:;. Wednesday. Prayer Meeting Tuesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 ;student Regina! Byrd of Keystone'I Mrs. Jimmie L! T) omas. The Solomon, reporter. ; 9:40: a. m. Fannie B. Fra'ier in ome early as no seats wilY be re-

9. [Mother's 7:30 p. m. Choir; Practice, 8:30: p. p. m. {Heights. Total for the above anniversary program will be held Church Of God In Christ, Elder j:charge; 11 am- Junior. Church served. According to. Mrs. F. S,
Sunday DayMen's1ubbrekIastIri
: Fellowship Hall m.. Pastor: Merle ,L. Packbam. Saturday Church Services-7:30: groups,$166.16. Principal C. C. An- on the 4th Sunday at 3 p. m. in Williams pastor will hold Mis- will present a Mother's Day program Pierce sponsor of the*junoir class.

-8:30: .a.D'C urch' School,. 9:45'a.. t. p. m.. jaerson served as represfntative : New Bethel Baptist Church. The sionary Day this Sunday. Mother ; ;... 3. p. n. the pastor and only invited persons will be ad-
: : BETHEL MISSIONARY\ : i.for Lawtey and reported $88. The' guest speaker will be Rev. Williams Lizzie Hall will be in charge of j i chcir. will' viEit'ith Rev Levy mitted to the prom on Friday
pi. Morning; Worship 11 u- m._ Anursery I
Js at both 'BAPTISTCHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN "grand total of $254.16,_Hats off to .of Gainesville. All clubs of I the worship services. All captainsare : I i I! Lennon and members at Allen night. No invitations or admit
provided ser- I Sunday School, JO a. ra- Morning CHURCH more than quota for our division I during1the I i
each Snack Bradford County and vicinity are asked to make reports Chapel A. M. E. Church, Mac- cards are transferrable. A guest
Jices. Sunday. Supper 'Worship, |'a. nr. Training Barry D. Van DcvcnterI1nl1itcr'. I of the American Red Cross fund i invited. to attend the wogram. day. Mrs. Hamilton and the' clenny. Junior Church meeting list will be at the door. Please do
/or outh 6:30 Meet-
>, 7'p,',m:Youth p. m.Choir Youth rehearsal. Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser: 390 :N. Cherry Street 1 drive for 1961. We were asked to| The largest group in attendancewin Young Peoples Willing Workers i| every Mon.: 5'p. m.; Girl Scout not plan crashing the prom because -

Jngs. j:30'p.m.?' Evening Worship, vice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meet ng each Thursday-Choir practice, 8 pM: raise at least $200.-Staff reporter. i receivea cash,prize. Who will have prepared a special Mothers meeting Thurs,,-3 p.-m. Rev. L. ... there will be plenty of police -
Wednesday 8 p. u. EV;ry one welcome. m. I RJE Honor Roll win. The Fiesta Club had the largest Day Program. :which will be presented -t,:Sampson'.will attend a two day protection which will include
) : .-Rev. R. L. Lee. pastor. I II Friday-Deacon's meeting, 7:30: :; The following students made the tfttendance: ''last year and the at 6:30: p. m. Plan pow to'''I conference with Bishop S. L. Officer Lottie Williams.
Trie evening service has been
I I !i p. m. j I honor roll for the 5th six-weeks year before.. a Saving Cluo from attend for you will be happy that Green, May 17-18: in Daytona Citizens Committee Meet

Changed Qndthe' MVPwin 8 p. m.meet each at Sunday 6:30. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH, Saturday, nior Recreation* 4! at RJE School: Gwendolyn Col- Jacksonville won the priz?. The you did. All members are asked to' Beach. We regret the illness of At the last meeting'Of the Citizens

Cliff "Fowler of Arlington, Text p. m. I I I 1'ns: Barbara McCollum, Shirley program will begin at 3 p. m.-A. join the pastor at the church by our memcer, Mrs. Helen Williams Committee for th.e Betterment -

: Tuesday' WSCS business anil as,, Mission Director of thr World Sunday-Sunday school, 9:45: a. .Ann Brown Jacqueline Marshall R-, Jenkins, reporter. 2:30: p. m. so that we may go to ;; Smith. Please observe the schedule of Youth, Chairman. EddieThcrnpkins
program meeting 10 a. m. Baptist Fellowship will speak m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I Marion Jenkins Maxine Odums, RJE May Day Colorful worship with Mother Wclfe in''and attend as many activities as I presented R-,v. B. Van

t Wednesday -Family Night supPer Sunday morning and even-ing at Junior Choir, 5 p. m. Evening Martha McBride, .Zephania1 Lane, Linda K. Dinkms, presiJent of Lincoln City at 3 p. m. Fa!! not as :: g..ible.-E. J. Givens, reporter I Deventerwho spoke'in the interest
and 6:30 Youth ., Velma Peek, Mary Cummings, are depending on YOI:. Remember j[ Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
program : p. m. Rev. the Pine Level Baptist Church. Vespers 6 p. m. Fellowship, the Junior Student Council we cf Christian Action and a vote against -
.Kenneth Traxler. missionary from I 7p.m. i i Veronica DeSue. Dottie; Sue Chan- crowned Linda Joyce Mathis and all our sick and shut-in :!i Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor,I I liquor. He also presented

3rtzil. will" show sl'des' and,speak CHURCH OF GOD l.rondaylen's Work Night : dler, Shirley Durham, Elizabeth,Jerry Lorenzo Cummings king members and friends. C. B.I i I|, will hold Sunday School at 9:30: a. I Rev. Ragett of Lakeland which
6:30: p. m. I Crum William Perce: Sylvester''and queen. Activities included Daniels, reporter. | m. with Supt. in charge; 11 a. m. In
}>n his work in the foreign field. : is the largest dry county left
Thursday 'Prayer Group meets Sunday ,Scnool, 10 a. m., Morn- Tuesday-Communicants Class, 'Covington.. Lillie' Powell, Shirley!(grades 1-6 and: guest numbers Pleasant Grove Methodist::i Fellowship Union will be held at I I j the state of Florida. Sample ballots -
: ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday 3:30: p. m.Wednesdayten's. i Smith Gwendolyn: Robinson, Jan-: from Thurston and Anderson Church, Rev. L. H. McClendon!1 Mt. Nebo; 3 p. m. a Woman's Day I and much literature,. *as giv-

*1n' Tellowship Hall. 9:30: a. m. Evening Service 7:45: p. m. YPE Dinner 6:30: .I!I nie Scott. Jimmie Brown, Frank I schools. Deep In The Heart of pastor, held services all day Sunday !' activity to help the ladie. of the en to the group. Several, local

Chancel Choir- rehearsal 7:30 p. Service Wednesday. 7:45: p. m. p. m. Wilkerson, Bettye Crum, Glory Texas was presented by the starting with Church Schoolat ( church get ready for the observance -I ministers and community groups .

V Dl. I I Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:4b; p. m. Cummings Sandra Long, B. T..I Special.;Education group uislerI 10:30: a.: m. Supt. Leo DeSue in I ; 7 p. m. Women's Mission were present. Plans are being

\. EVERGREEN Marshall, Margie Leverson Elaine I the direction of Mrs. I. C. Jelson; charge; 11:30: a. moinuig:. worship -j Service. made to compensate n v. R.

BAPTIST CHURCH Pinione, Mary McBride Leola I plaiting of the May Pole was done ; 2:30 Funeral of Julian De- I Weekly activity scheauie is as James and Dea. A. Allen :or vote\ I I

I Houston Franklin Richardson, beautifully by. the fourth grade Sue; 5:30: p. m. Youth meeting; I follows: Mon. 7:30 p. m. Faithful unteer truant services at RJE. Ed-

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- i Barbara Stalls} Milton Ellerson, class under the direction of Mrs.D. 7 p. m. evening worship and Hoi : Few :flub; Tues. 7:30: p. m., Choir die Thompkins Chairman, Ozora J

UXTIC! AND ing. 11 a. m. Training" UnLm 6:30p. : Ruby White, Sammie Lee White B. Jackson. Mrs. M. L. Paul Communion. An inspiring sermon : Rehearsal; Wed.: 7:30: p. m., Pray- 'Shell, secretary.WATURALJJ'. fJ
UE8EK1CEEA5Y : :1 m. Preaching. :30 p. m. Prayer. Herman Johnson Mae Retha I I,served as coordinator' and the was delivered ,by the pastor. On c ''I
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1 "OPEN-SHELF* Meeting Wednesday: 730; p. m.- Wanton, Levi Dexter, Cotes Houston :program was prepared: by Miss Sunday the pastor is askmg all '
1. ACCESSIBILITY AttKESFOB. Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. : II' Margaret Johnson Esier I|i Mae Frances Jenkins teacher of trustees to meet at the. church at I! i iI
6KESTE2 ALCOHOL, m.'--Jos;. E. Norman, iwstor. Allen Ruth Ann Powell Helen !j i third grade and junior high business 2 p. m. for a meeting of vital importance -

t :.: 3 DRN! IHcYlL: 'r LA CQM5U/VAFTION.-7HE :franklin, Debris Jenkins, Edna I'i education.E.. Thcmpkins ; 3 p. m. a Mother's Day'
IT SOMEHOW...AUGHT MCRE "LEfiAL* OLTTLETf' CHRISTIAN CHURCHCarl : Bell Williams Robert Moore Bette :;,principtl. program which will terminate I:

t6 V\RL LEGALIZE IT THE A\OEE PRONOUNCED ) Clarke, Minister Heath Joseph Britt, Coy Jackson,,l Last PTA Meeting with a $1 per member rally. Sis. :

I.F.Q1HEtL, THE D&NSER SUNDAY SERVICES Joyce Reddish, Earl Lester. Williams -, Beatrice DeSue chairman; Alene :
RiWKtf TI 10:00: m. Bible School j The last meeting of the PTA -
MQE WM % a. Willie Davis, Janet McCol-i DeSue, reporter. I
'II I was held on May 3 at 8 p. m. with ,
11:00 Worship and Com *
U.D9 a. m.
i turn, Linda Mathis, Ray Tyson,
New Mt. Phgah, Rev. A.
.' -4 munion. President: Levy Lennon presiding.All I J'j
j Pamela DavisVera Marks Mary. I
has started
I Grimmage pastor revival
L1. 730sp.> m. vehing W:>rship. : officers were re-elected for "
:4&. .- Bass, Tommie Bennett, Dennis 196162tei'rn.. The program committee II. meeting. According to Mrs. )

-#...- _____-c.____ __ ___ ___ d ;; -. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Cohen Legertha Griffin, Helen Mrs. M. D. Christian M. Albert the prayer, service will EconomicalPHONE
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-' ; CHURCH !( Hall Edward Hankerson, :I' chairman, presented the Volusia end this' week and preaching during -, '
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_4 t _. _. IL, .. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning RossMother's. I County Community College in re- next week. Corns out and helpus I WO 4-1301 NIGHT WO 4-2411
: Worship, 11 a m. .Evangeilstic -. Day Program ., _. cltal I:''President Green presented in our soul-saving campaign. ,
: __ serVIces, 730; "r p.;. m. The elementary' departiwnt" of his' administrative assistant, Na- I If you are interested in becominga CITY OF, STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. I.

"Come, let us reason together." hUE culminated the chapel pro- polean Nichols and W. W. Pierce. I Christian visit our meet."1g and I II"
r'T I grams for the term by having a XI Business'Manager.: He mention- .,_._ _,_.____""'" -u_ .-_-.__- .<___,-..____:- ___ _-.__ .1.-

HIGHLAND I ccmbined prDg1'am honoring : dtbefine work being cone by' ,

BAPTIST" CHURCH "Ucthers.Irs..*11>M7E., ; Ro&erts;i/threepf! : oar recent 'graduates: I

Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. i'1 nlanncd the program.? ,Mrs,, M. L. Hamp Cohen, Dan Fleming, and \
Paul is coordinator:: for the de- I
Harold Wanton. Many parents and ]
Morning: Worship, 11 a. m. and : I
yk k 7:30 p, m. Prayer Meeting: each !iWedncsd irartmnnt."'Sup2risdzShell was :'pupils! were in .attendanc0, due to'i I
\ I the guest speaker: on the program thevuiusical:
y. 7:30: p. m. Rev. 'i concert. We hope you CAUSB ALL OWW* .Yjllf REMUJOS; !ME --
George Chism pastor. Everybody and extended farewell. remarks' will "continue to attend in Lrgenumbers' AND HOU% ) CAM MJ 1TTY U-TTEXS- HAVE wr WINDOWS! %.'- I W SOBS: TERRIFIC I
and a poem, "Rock' Me To Sleep during next term. Many': BITTY GIRL LIKE (OUKMOCO BU1S IN 11'.f WWDU-) ATj1L
I I welcome. IT'S THE FIRST OF TH .m -,
Mother," author unknown. Greetings thanks, for past as well as future ( THE pfOWTHi) City tish & I
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH II and congratulations were support of the PTA. Let's make it'

Prc.---: --'a. !. VIfo.'I ,-U.-r' Lautey given by Principal. 'Eddie Thomp- i a' bigger and-better one next term. Meat Market
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'' A. E. Massey, Pastor kins. .. j
wWEEK i I'Rev Le.vy Lennon, president Mrs.J _
Thurston School News -Mable J. Lee, reporter Eddie !
Bible school. 10 a. m.
On May 10 'at 4:30: p. mthe Thompkins Principal. (

LA'St, the Committee for Legal Preaching Evenvg Service a. m.7:30:. p. m. May Day activities were held at American Legion News ,

Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Thurston School. The openingsong !1 All members of Post 314 are !,

Control, in a printed advertisement in this I 7:30,: p. m. Wednesday. was America played by the j I 1 called to meet on Saturday, May'
Lincoln High School Band under at 8 p. m., in RJE School. AllS

paper, presented as the two candidates in BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH climax!he direction s the of procession Jerry Miller.of The the 113. are urged to be present !: _...__.. I I
for the installation ceremony. :
Sunday School 10 a. m Morn king ani queen of ,the May and I
the Liquor Election (1) The Legal Licensee Fourth Division Commander JulIus FRESH
ing Woiship. 11 a. m. Training ;ciowning by Supervisor O. R. I
will assist in the
I Royal

and (2) The Bootlegger.Don't Union, 1:30p., 6:30: p.m.m. Evening: WorshIp -.1. Shell.from RJE Activities elementary included department numbers I I lation.portance Other must business be competed of } instal-I so GROUND BEEF 9 $

Prayer; Meeting. Wednesday I C. C. Anderson Junior High of that-we may register 100 per cent'for '' >

7:30: p. m.Pastor -' Lawtey Kerbo Elementary School, I"" the Dapartment Convention in : PORK AND BEEF

Be Misled by Professional Rev Barney Sweat. Lafayette County. Mrs. H. E. Cocoa: Mav 18-21. On Monday) LThIFUIt jS !
Everyone welcome. Moultry principal, Thurston Pri- SAUSA8EFRESH
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I May 8. at 7 p. m. President L. :M'i, :

I I Royal hfld the called meeting for II j '.
LIQUOR PROPAGANDAPast I the':Auxiliary: where plans were J JI
I made for the department: conven- ; .

." VIVAL I tion. Miss Mae Frances Jenkins ( ; FRESH .
experience in other counties has proved that thereis ;has! comnleted .a beautiful History : -'' (

just'as much bootlegging' and in 'instances I Book 'for this unit which will bepntefed'ln''the lb. ft'
many 2SC
counties.MORE bootlegging in wet counties than in dry .. i ypntinn P. May contest 18-. at First the VicePresidW'Ruth con--I.I.i FRYERS I TOMATOES 1 lOc !

Edna Holland has i .

ties.. been: .named POPOV Sales Chair- j 1

A former State Beverage Director said last December: \\ man.Thje$t'.,June sale 3, all, will dav.be The.held past Satur-location -( ROUND STEAK !.-c .- j jBOlE jT

"Our records indicate that there is no difference in i&4r BAPTIST has been'jn*front of the(
U.rfcJ; pst ptfte- Locations will
moo shi activities in a wet or dry county." The 1957- be announced. Plan.n'ow to '"pop j STEAK

58 biennial report of the Florida Beverage Department I 'CHURCH ;up 'wIth a potroy." Installation; of '

I amdliarj. officers will be held '
'shows,that of the six counties having the largest number Sunday, June 4. 2 p. m. by Mrs. IB. .

f stills raided ((7 Miles South Starke Glaspar, presJdejituat the Fourth SIRLOIN STEAK -
j> by Beverage Agents, FOUR ARELEGALITY !.
on Highway 100). ) .Division and leather atLincoln I

'WET.' (Duval, Bade, Nassau, and .Bake .) 'Ii. R ,,-r'paiIi"fsv1ll: .Let us go by n

thu MAY 15-21 gig 'lorlaSt, and cheer up our .--- -,'


DAYARE ON. '-. THE:' PRINTED' BALLOT NEXT- TUES.: 'L. ,__ / L j -I. 7:45 :"NIGHTLY." .'.''i.... ..';_, :I t L.Anderson According MtRoya1'reporter.Jr,to,UI Jessie Cnouaencement J.. Moore'j I t t S STEW E lb. 9iiLtWYL S 39c I

:1. For. selling intoxicating liquors, wines, or beer. : ISponsorotthe' 9th grade class. ,
** .' : graduation will be held; on Thursday -

2. AGAINST selling intoxicating: liquors, wines, or REV. ALLEN PRICE-EvangeHst ; May'26, at ?,p. m.'The address -! !

beer '' will "be delivered1. Mrs. ,
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'. '? "' BrtQa Thomas a graduate of Edward I
Featuring: i Waters She Jso attended -
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PLEASE VOTE I ''' Hampton Institute. Florida !
Bible Preaching I i Normal & Industrial Memorial I II
i. :- I! Master of Science Education j
College, ai -
.1\ ;P? -Warm FellowshipCongregational I from Florida A&M| University -i 1

1 :tJ ; with emphasis on d Lnstra-1. 1 i
Singing 1
*J:n ,?!}jd SlJT>e.msion. She has served ,

Against: Liqr. ,- ,.. Special Singing' Groupsc- fe( ,. .' as teacher in' Georgia1and principal, and Florida.supervisor -1"' I

:Merle Packham, Pastor Fred Dodd goug,Leader *.. She js i af ated with ,many parts I
Bradford. .County Christian ,Action Assn.) ", : l:- \ EVCI7OfleWekOmef: ; is State Deputy for the Heroines OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK. 7 AJL TO 9 P3I.'W .' : I
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I''High this week that; Tornado!I w-; : -;

SIZEL,,I I a Aq4 trackmen will .upholi their area I Ij
ra I%' ,yyyyf j track dynasty by emerging victori-i Fr

ous from the Class: .division. : of
IDUCTASlE PEN I f y the state meet in Gainesville thh[

N Saturday, r<
enlfnvJ.vl D I I '
r I' "We are one of the main con, j
\u 8 3 i tenders along with Englewood> and

1IIhRI'Ta'D to aielltf : 1 t t } I i Fletcher of 'Jacksonville. said I Junior High Footballers Knock Heads

UlmKdRle'T I a I I Track Coach Dave Hurse before I
1 1IfWIU Will I i I he quickly added that the winnerI BUS, Junior rug, ,footballers climated three of playing together trill help future Tornado teams!

I I would have to be aided and abet-I| weeks of,, spring practice with an .int r-squad game maintain; their Keystone Conference football dyI -

eme SIZE PENI te 'by some good old-fashioned I j I, !last Tharsday afternoon on Bradford field. nasty through more pigskin know-how and ex-

1Ws ema-feftgth Undy -ThLI1 :x J Jluckl i : Starke has won the state' Coach: Lennard Register has high hopes<
boS!>> pta balances per. 'championship once, in 1953 under

fady to your hand to1ratrvty the coaching of James C. Ho-iTjs, ..ar .r .. -
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Tornado baseballers have built one of the top Fore, Woody Strickland, and Marty Starling. Back High School. .

SIZE INK records In the area this season with a 12-5 final ., The Tornadoes qualified 19 men
rote from left, are Tom Ilardin James Offer For Students
Fender, Special
SUPPLYI for the
mark. Front row, from left, are Marty Crosby, state meet. Hurse said but
16e. ct.od.fvll.of.tM Wayne Smith, | will be
bran Lane Clark, Kenny Terrell, Bill Jackson!' and BillPowell. Dewey McKinney Franklin Tora. I hampered by a knee injury -

corfrUg ivnt Second lin!''tOn, Tommy hanky, Gary K ou ba, and Cecil, to star high jumper Hallie
loathe lenatb pen... row, left- to right, are David _
Seymour. The knee
tstrfN i and writes with Sunderland, Mike LaMee, Emory Eunice, John De- u1uh. was wrenched
,...., a rtfillj! i|when Seymour stepped into a hole
Sunday. It is hoped that treatments

.WISE BUY I District Friday triple by Eunice and a fielder's bring it around in :time ,for Famous '
choice .
'KING SJZEI by Fender. The Bulldogs high jump competition Saturday. .. "

loeb,leels and gees came back with a single tally to The tall trackman. also qualified ,

l Elba.smooth you,wouldIIpICt Skip. Baseballers Hopes DashedFor i I make Against the final Santa score Fe's 107. Rebels' for both the high.and low hurdles: : .ESTER .ROOK _

from only the I but will definitely not compete in
OCrt txptnsiv pins! Thursday the Tornadoes went into these events Hume said. t
I Conference CrownTornado ; the seventh behind 12-8. With
one In assaying Starke's chances for a 1 Fountain Pens Jt
out they scored five
runs when
win Saturday Hurse said a lot will

hopes for a Keystone in the first Inning against Live i i Johnny DeVore walkel and depend on whether the athletes Plus Tax
1 j t Strickland doubled him home. f With% Anv Point
"choke up' under the heavr strain
Conference baseball championship Oak and were ahead 5-2 going.; Lane Clark singled to drive i in of __

I were dashed last Saturdaj when:1: into the disastrous second. The competition. .
I Strickland and Kenny Ten-ell goon '* .
The coach estimated (that at I .
iW I Live Oak scored seven runs in the ,. five came on walks to Johnny De- via an error before Emor? the most, Starke could hope for; Of Your Choice
second !'! 'I. _
C .o inning. Eunice boomed to
Vore and a triple drive
: Woody Strickland singles 37 points in the meet and 22 at I .
.2 vaa, lns i} Starke had already come from !; by James Fender and Emory home two more to tie the score. the least. He also guessed it will;

;i behind in the first game of the :',. Eunice, a walk to Marty Crosb? I I r Crosby doubled in the winningrun take approximately 32 to 34 points i i j (Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95)

....rs.c1ttlAOtsctured tournament Thursday to beat I!rand,. a single to Bill Jackson., and Fender' singled in Starke'sfinal to bag a state championship. i), "

by HMDT Pill CO., INC. I Santa Fe 14-13 in the seventh Live Oak had their big second tally. I. "It all depends on the boss":; Points Available: Shorthand General Writing

fetor City,California,u.SX j inning. But they couldn't make it j jI inning rally on three passes three Strickland sent 3 for 4 and: Hurse said. "They want to win and Bookkeeping, ,

I twice in a row Saturday as they errors and four hits to take a 9-5 Crosby 3 for 5 to lead Starke'sbatsman think they can do it." Ii S F'jb and Others. .
Student Signature .
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH '''fought back gamely against the while Clark and Fender And those boys are not blowinghot _

{ Bulldogs for a final score of 10-7. j If i lead.Starke scored two more in the had two hits each. I' air either, so far they have! ,

t 1 The Tornadoes scored five runs i sixth on a single by Strickland, aI District Tourney done it., But this Saturday will!;

_.- Tornado baseballers will travelto bring together the elite in Florida

f I St. Ausustine Friday for the first I! track competition and the going ; .H

I '" ',:' game erf the group tournament at 'i will be tough.win {I NOTEBOOKS c
<:<:- 3:30 will t .
4: : : p. m. They han to
:; : ;, Preliminaries will begin at 9:30:
: ... I.:: __ the group l before: going to the dis a. m.with finals scheduled to start (j .
trict tourney to be held this year I Ii
at 2 p. m. i Red and White
20 Words or less, one time _h_______ .85 Memorials, Resolutions __...__ 5c per wordIf at Fletcher High in Jacksonville i* ii i,
not paid in advance ?.___________ 1.00 (Carii of Thanks, up to 50 words ____ 2.50 Beach. bnly four teams will enter I' j I with "BRADFORD HI"

Keyed or Blind Ads ---__ ._. 1.60 Over: 50 words .f ______ 5e per word the district, two tourney from the-|I! this season.' Sophomore; Bill Jackson ; Printed on Cover Plus Tax

Each additional word over 20 -- ____ 03 Display ads in Classified __ 1.50 per inch two S -groups. I{[ the other main pitcher, has *:/
Should Starke win Friday' the!
;, suffered from wildness in recent
I next foe will be the winner of. the J '
FOR KENT 1 nrurnished :3: bedroom 'weeks and has not
; FOR RUNT One store 'building;* FOR SALE: The White Top Driven been effective.
house at 635 Clark St. large I! and one small .unfurnished house atj Restaurant located DuPont-Green Cove game. ,
in Tit. :21! .between Two other Tornadoes Emory
lot, near school. 1'hone 964-isl. T. 321 Temple Phone WO 92981.tfchg Keystone' Heights and Mel- district' 3 for 25c
Tornado hopes for a lOc Crusader Notebook
; Reg. Paper
T Long. 3t chg 5-11 rctse.;. Complete, including living clnsider-1'' Eunice and Lane Clark, have seen [ -
crown were dampened: "
-I FARM quarters. An investment worth your !:>me action on the mound and I Ii
FOR UKXT: .Nice 5 I.edroom. 3 hath ;; Equipment For]I while. 4tp 5-13 ably when hurler Marty Crosby I i Tom Jackson has been in two t .

I; nut home St.can, $60,00 use as ur 3 Inunthtialso apts. 345 X. Urge Wal '. Plowing: FOU UKMT: .Mrs. Clark's faro?:.hed came down with a lame arm It is1 games.
comfortable 2 bedroom home, 318 Planting cottage.( Electrical kitchen. Single or doubtful that he will pitch again, I Reg. 25c Composition Books -2Qc each-;
Clark St. $40.00 per month; also I II couple only. Phone 9641545. tfchg 1
I furni.-hed small home 312 Clark St., INDUSTRIAL "
, $10.00 pt-r month; also small furnished \ Equipment For Every Job ,I FOR RENT OR SALE 3 bedroom
Individual home apartment
adjacent! Waynes Supperette $20.00per I'i Superior Tractor Co. t I I unfurnished Drive. Phone house 964-0361 609, Dick Pinewood Thomas. .
nvmth. }'hOonl.Day., 964-6491; ....
NI ISht. !9f.9-119t! Itp I i Phone EV 9-6772 ,I tfchgFURNISHED .< ;

PI'ltMSIICDPnTMRXT,' IIOL'SK! FOR 8.ALP. ;'5353 I W. Beaver Jacksonville. i iF '[j,11 I conditioner mi. east on electric IVssont APARTMENT kitchen.Road. ..AI1ults.I -Phone Air. <> SEE IT! TRY IT! ;

:21 5 <
SItartiMrii( rooms | In. RENT 4 rooms and bath !fi9-11i41i.. tfchg t
bath. T". bluckH from P. O. I(.completely furnished. Located on N. :
210 \. Cherry. See u"firm J. It. I Walnut St. Inquire 733 X' Thompson i i I i MY FARM HOUSE near BrookerI 1ir ; t ; ....,
8ulll.&lou. St. tft-hg !I I'j I been broken into- again. Items ;; ,'t,
I Tfchb:. j stolen were Hacksaw, several screw ':' ..;',/:::,,'" <<"'i'
, FOR SALE 3>;:i hp Evinrude( ont ,I drivers some with rubber tip hand- .. -.,, .'.. '-.. -, .0 .
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t i i board motor. food ndition. $CO. I i 11 J Ics. Grateful for confidential cvij -' ..."- .... + \0-.
I FOR SALE 10.14 Chevrolet, standard : ,.J13.: :.. \\'. .landing( St. Call !ytU-2481: j U'afye" .. .r,> 11. 1. Hough. tark,.. Itp '::".:''':" : -
shift. .I I rgain. Call !9 49XJlafter J .
4-30: ) m. ... : .
5-18 p. 2tp 51SI ,
5 p. m. 2tp ;"" -<'- .
I 1 : FOR RENT One furnished cottage ... NEWEST
For Rent :3: room and bath niceI,,;, I on lake by season or week. "'-
HELP WANTED Salesman or ly furnished cottage Available Feb. *$:r.3: per week or $100 per mo. Mrs. '.
Agent. Man or woman. Pleasant .1..Phone WO 4-2261. Margaret jTrinks.] Hampton Lake. tfchg
profitable route work Full or part ;: 1IOW-I.
time. large repeat ord n. Earn FOR SALE 4 bedroom masonry
$2.50 per hour or more Age no har I uric TO nusrxESs EXPANSION.I J home with 10 acres of land. Located I Jerome Edwards kept him from entering national |,l FASTEST LdPO'RT
rier. Write McXess ('0. Box 2766, WK Ala IN POSITION TO :loft, 301 on Morgan! Til. Phone !lU- '
Ir oto Station' Memphis t. Tenn. DETERMINED MAN OR WOMAN OFFER 6351. 4tp 5-11 ,i I competition and cut short a sac

._2tp-5-18 oi'iumTL'NiTY TO EARN $50. OR I i CareerAsFSUGymnast cesstul season. i ABLETYPEWRITER I
RADIOS p.UlmD SERVK: ESTABLISHED CL'STOM- 119 X. THOMPSON ST. In the last'm t of its gym-! _
e All :Make All MoileU ERS WITH NATIONALLY ADVER- PROVE: : WO 4-4133 j ; United !
I Reanonnbl (.'''ar;''* iunrniitrnl !' ''J FII"ATKI: S PRODUCT. 3 !\'IGIIT0 4-3S91 or WO I-1m \ nastics career the States: + 4a
MIF.PIIRHII.M.. IIADIO find '1'I'I'''' ''OPUSFTF.HXOOXS fl-lTS 6 IIISTI>CTIVB FLOWERSn s i I Invitational, he was edged out by a '
412 .:. Call St. Phone 941.4'901t i THE PITSINESS AND YOU SHOl'LD ..tfchfWATKINS I Jerome Edwards of Mr. and heartbreaking tenth of a second
\ tar"", "'1.. IKARN. $:;;o OR MORE PER WEEK. son ;i Wl'fTK! WATK1NS, 659 W. PE.ACIIITREE PRODUCTS ,Mrs. Merrill Edwards of Starke,* '
COMPANY The FSU gymnastics team hasI
, ,. automatic FOIl SALK washer.- 1933! Onral Hood condition.Klwtritf '.I! Stch 3-18_ AREA FOR MAN WHO IS INTERESTED PERWEEK. *recently completed a very l'olorful. 'j I always ranked high in the nation, _
I 51!). 1350: W. Hlandlng St. Call 969- ,FOR SUM Equity in 3 bedroom ALSO OPENING FOR ONE :; career on the gymnastics team at I;winning five national champion- ; S
; I %481 after 4:20: p .m 2tp 5-18 ?lions*. Partly finished. Hot & Coldwater I LADY INTERESTED IN MAKING ', :; ships and placing a host of gym ) !' I y r J ii '
i xrhool mail route Located $75 .PER. WEEK. AGE 25 69. Florida State University. j .' J JJr 1 f.1
.* WANTED TO TRADE Apache 4U miles on Hrownlee Rd. Phone I SEE MR. DANSBY, THE THOMAS j nasts on the United: States OljmI : J. .t
ramp trailer for late mod..1 l boat.-!l6i-*:;:i4. Stp 5-18 HOTEL. GAINESVILLE. WEDNESDAY ; The twenty-one year old Senior, pic team. /J-a.--
and 35 or10 hp motor. Will I I I! I ,
trailer AFTERNOON, MAY 17 BE-II ti.2
par or t,k difference. D. R. Dev- ,I IST 2 Fvaele Hounds.! Mark FORE 5 P. M. Itchg i I,
I Irkk.
D &: W Auto Supply 2tchg 5-18 "lirown and white! spotted One male- undefeated during his I II
was |
J female lost In vicinitv of Key t I ,
o o Height! or Twin Lake SamJ.
WE HAVE a new Wn program for j two year career in dual.ml'ets, I II .
farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 year* Watson 9035 Jackson!' AVP. Jacksonville. : I
for the entire credit requite- Fla" nhone PO 4-1446. ItpIIOXIR Business j against such teams as Georgia s ti
mtntt of the farmer and hi* family. Engraved !
Galnenvllle Production Credi FOR SALE-Pv owner irnoni Tech. Southwest Louisiana, The,i
AftftftdatlAn. un Hortb bungalow on cornelot.. Car- Stationery I iI iI
Gainesville Fla.COLONIAL. Norm i. nort and utility room. Near tennis 500 Letterheads Citadel. Navy and others. I ..

KI.OHI8T! court Q. 1"'''and""" wn nlav: 'grounds.. -5i. 431 Center.y. tfchg 500 Large Envelopes I He is pictured above on the EASY I

500 Business.Carda but his strongest event is
Only F. T. D. Florist In Stark FOR SALE t11
Flower wired any place. Flowers Ready mlT ponTete. concrete hinrk FINEST ENGRAVING rope climbing, which has placed
for all occasions locally. Phone <0,1\" few r
nostM. "and
WO fiU. 506 East Nona SL: tfchff tt+t..p tnlT.: r",,V1 eel. water cement hell. ALL FOR 48.05 him in the Ail-American category.His TERMS?
-I I t .j-.v and nOf., fl.*\.1. Phone fastest ,time on the 20-foot The fast, dean
HOUSES FOR RENT -- 2 and 3bedroom. W04. 3I, Bradford KnrlneerlnrFOR Plate Included
.. P. rope is 4.1 seconds, a time that YEARS AHEADANY FROM
Inquire Greyhound lu! tr'he BRADFORD COUNTY way to paste... .
Station. tfchft would: have placed him third in .
the national championships this N
FOR SALE '- Lovely 3 htdroom scitv' llvdrollc frea e Lift S300. 1 i SOT AND in fiUKEi ;

modern country house partly furnnhed. Kvie-idaliv! Iteveriire cooler $75. FOR RENT 2 PR Furnished t .
Central h>atlne. 40 acresmostly Phone 964- jl. 2S9 S. Wlnnt St.2t I year.His
| House. Conveniently located. Adults internship this semester ;No men,nIYet leak*
In pine. 600 bird cage chicken chg 5-18 only. Phone 964-7182. tfchg !: IN I STYLE..SPEED..SPIRITHereV
house Also usable for fryers.Out : f- eupotdr3lrlntirmil
buildings, 2 deep wells. Egg FOR RENT Furnished efficiency fj .'
FOR SALE Jersey & Gurnsey cow i : ,too ..
house with cooler. 15000. For Information 'ottage for bachelor. ')f"d rn and. "with,, month old calf Contact Garnet j 1I j -p.apoW"the pI taI -4 a- portable that's ALL, NEW inside _
call 964-4101 or Keystone attractive Rend neiKhbo'hnod."S Studcr 6 ml South of Starke OB I I ,
4385. tfchg no mo. Call Mrs. Renner.VQ 4- 1t I :;euct17 -b ra it, fa _
Heights tf..hl 301. Phone' HO 82836. Itchg D..d.d without _,__ .-_ and out! Galaxie gives better typing with less i

FOR J\ENT-P'urnlahtd apart- FOR RENT Three bedroom Unfurnished WORTH THE TRIP .wut Absolutely efibrt.than ever before. Trace its modern.lines. L.'rry ...

meets shopping Reasonable f'tnt@r. Phone rates WO 8 Near Phone hnu.e in Saratoga Heights. Mobile Homes-Always below I, BftB ttrdc.Om 8,006 Its :respoi si\'e- touch.; Youll see why the, .
shell !944-4S01, or : R
or call Jl.t 211 S. Cherry St. ( tntUs.tl'hr 4-18 market, and clean. pat- dot wiihoat .Smith-Coroltia Caiaxie. is everything you ever :'
Oil Ceo Office.h LAKE GENEVATRAILER I t /tGiq...,Drita InI ,,, -

tfchjr :' 'FOR vd n.H21WI SALE Twin hot Hollywood water heater.beds PARK < I 1KOIIdI.!.Rub o aI j wanted in a portable.; X. ...

I, ran- ?. 0'14_ce,. ffchlf 1 ml SE of Keystone HtsJ j I euib'.tdeaaty.r ., t1 f ..-.'. \ '...

HASTINGS.IATTRESS I.FOR RENT Furnished 1 bedroom on Route 100 'ot J" 1 I ',. i t; .
& UPHOLSTERY WORKS ttare. Larre. living room and ktt- I I oIMH' EAST i -- .
"hen tile bath Modern. Adults. 614 FOR SALK 8 colonies of Bees. ,, s.\ i FR E: _. from Smith i -Corona; ...:, ,
710.Lemon St. PaUtka: I t.nke St pn n" 964-5744 'Mra. A F.aIo Gibson guitar. pair t>f Chinchillaand ScnPooblfld> 'utdl. 1 '
c.* XfoMatiAn tfchgr fryer rabbits. H. O. Horette, : 'tlmse.hWl f wifh every Smllh-Corona porabe.) !
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Repaired. Upholstered j
Furniture phone 9643655. 1605 Raiford Rd. .
I & Refinished NF FOR !SALE" up Good Reading 1 CT ; \ tsppie88 .dal too j jl complete foweh-fypmg. .. .. on ."
ry Iron" .
OWNER rfk. S ,
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REBUILTNew 3 h..th.If'r'f'n nnrrh utility room. WRT.L ruiLT 2 bedroom frame l : ; ***r' S '",
BUTTRESSES In Saratoga Heiirhtn. Reasonable! Rome fat sale hy owner. .Win. sell for theWhole f '. $23 .Y UE {:
j a,-tt ft.-"flt. Payments 'il mo ...rnJ'''ed ftr unfurnished, 515' N. St } ."
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j "' 111" tfchg) Clair sr, itehg 518aemce : SPECIAL OFFER .. "t .'
Family :. I, .. ., ", ,
and Bore: Spring* -. "" :' .,'
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SALK Chevrolet ; with ,
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J Drop a or up Truck goal condition. toy 1Y11t .} alesiIr J .. ., 'l .r ,-' ; .
"ge: radio and Certiee4t'tlon mile.. t.
>ALATKA EA 5-9168 411 S.hunter.Walnut TJnv, nhone >14-|I .I News : r j J. : '? ,' ,. ., .:;_ ,A, _
STARKE WO" 45354MRS. out: U .-
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: PEGGY SHALLER, Starke, WIE.N THE "facts( Bradford
Just your nerves", thenSits time to .. > '
Aced .
'f i see your Chiropractor. Chiropractorsare Jlradl rd County t elegr ph.
>> specialists in correcting nervous COLUMBIA .SAW co. feilr
..... '- disorder. Phn The Botliacer .. ,: ,. .-. >
LEAJIN TO FLT-Contact t.a c TCen- Chiropractic Clinic today for an appointment take/'CiCy, "FI4... '' "tu;o __. ,
j' way phone WO 4-iOSL tfchj 426 N. Walnut SU ltp "', ,
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MITCHELL'S flf'" '',''>.;:.-''''' ." > .. .:, .... ....<. "'+.' 1$ : :!'!it.;, ;. ." .. 4 Inez 3. Herndoh "c-o E. .C. .King Learn A We//-Poying Profession
t : '-.V ;;,? :. '. ")- Kjuie 4, (J ; -'tr "1'l OE TO Iinj' TIL\T UiJILDET1I are liereur n lirie.l that aj;
[ Footgear S
"Famlj; pedaJiat"Jarm'm
A TOlFA, WITH BLOOD, suit iu equity far! Ulvor-o his beet. '
Shoes for Men filed against you by Wondal Jl.i'
Herndon in the above lumeu Court Hair
'arman' Jr for Boys Styling A
: dud cause, and you are Hereby; MIDIjmoned. -
'-::.1'1n Sten. Vitality: for Indies r ordered and required to file I
[HABAKKUK ::1Z]. '.
Cfttinredic Shoes for Infanta > oui tvi-liteu *ui VKjr or deiensss: tu.. and Pay-As-U-Learn
I[ the complaint in said cause hi the .
.trn Tie! Squre ialne,ivihe, FixNotice '."fieof! the 'undersigned Clerk of,i
\OTlt'J: UP 'OUGl'LO"i'IU: \Ln the Circuit Court a.t Starke, Fun-Ida. Beauty Culture 7' Weekly! 'Tuition
BV CLEIIK.OK cmn I'.' COl'HT' uu or before tie ISth day of May
: a' Notice Is Hereby Given the the I",| IX ISil. acd to st'r..e. copy
3p undesigned, Charles A. Darby ; thereof on Theron A. Yawn, Jr., WRITE OR CALL
T Clerk ;. pJatotifPs! attorney, whose address
of the Circuit Court of Brad- '
A rumor has been started that I fold County Florida pill ou the is: P. O. Drawer 7SI, Starke, FJori-! 'f CENTRAL HAIR-STYLING COLLEGE
I I 22ud day of 1L 1-. 1961: between the on or before said date as ivquir- '
If Bradford. County goes wet and I t I legal hours of sale at the main door I'I.a by the Laws of Florida and the Member National Ass'n, of Cosmetology Schools
*f or package .only"! in the election: I I of the .Court House of Bradford ridoi Rules of Civil I'rocedure. I .
218 SE Ph.. FR6-4105
St. Fla
1st Gainesville
f p 3 County, 1n the City of Starke ;; If you fail to do so, a decree _. -
r.rxt Tucsia.; that the sale of bear I I Ida I offer for sale and sell at FIOi-.I:I"odesso will be entered against: )pro"1 .- -
across the counter will have to kt1W j I outcry to the highest and 'best bidder : for the relief demanded in the
for cash following des:'rib- I plaint.- .' I
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ECp..This rumor is fslse. ed property situ !.ttd! in t'radfordCounts !I I I I
.1 Foridatow.t! ; : This notice shall be published
Commencing at tlie.SE corner of' once each week for four consecutive ANNOUNCINGGeorge
OF THE ELECTION. IT [,Block 5%, East Lawtey, and run I I'.: w.'eks in the Bradford Bounty.Tele. .
4vy North 300 feet for a point of graph.
\VII-L NOT AFFECT' TIlE SALE cz e .r begln-'I,
ning thence run 11mot 430 f* Witness my hand and the seal of
OF BEER IN ANYWAY. point, thence run North.. 272.2 te a I said Court at Starke, Bradror.COUIIU" .
p.>int. thence run 13? t 400 to a ofprll. W. Roberts
J COMMITTEEFOR : Florida this 18th day Jra.
'''int, thence ran South :272! feet to i "\ A. D. 19fil.CIRCUIT .
LEGAL CONTROL the Doint of beginning, as recorded'in .
Book ':2. pace! 79 of the PuU'io: ( COURT SEAL) ...:' '.. ...ih -
[AdvJc .. ''.Records of Bradford County, FI"ridl'pursuant CHARLES A. DARBY. Clerk of f: *
I 7 1 "T r i 4 y I I' to the final dvree. of foreclosure the Circuit Court of BradfordCounty '. ; :. < : ;- 4
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II ertered in a case' pending inl I I II Florida.
I I f.I said Court, the syle of which is Mid- Ky; Marian 1. Crosby WILL .BE ASSOCIATED W'T H ::0'J"t
1 State Investment Corporation, plaintiff Deputy Clerk If"
DAEIC : N. G. Hayes Jr. (right) and County Agent Huggins Pictured in Brooker Berry Field. ,.his,vs.wjfje.Joe-.Walker and) Town and l"lnance"lIe-Lilla Walker t 4-:) 4t 6.llWILLIAMS

I dendants. and the docket number of J H. c. mi AGEN t)Y
: which \\a H934.Witness I J \ :." .
," S'rARKI:: FLA.a Success Story ii' my hand and the official -- '
seal of aid Court, this 3 day of I .
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May 1961. '
Charles A.. D:>rbr, ,
I MAY\ 14, 15, 16 Brooker Berry Grower: : + Clerk Circuit Court I ,:: ;i
DOUBLE FEATURE Hy Marian I Crosby ,
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: Deputy Clerk I JEWELRYWATCHES : Mr. Roberts is well qualified to 'care for
Harry M. Hobo .
< Midnight Lacer I : .1 .. _P.tt"I"J1 O."Pox'-3233\ for: Plaintiff: Tampa Florida t DIAMONDS. your insurance needs in 'all lines,andwill c 'I' ;.
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Pleased With ResultsAt i It May 11th 'z3 i "
Starring; Myrnar Loy, and Roddy REPAIRS ; be pleased to discuss your Insurance; program
In The C'rcnlt Court or The Eighth I : .
All Work' GuaranteedA. : I. .
i jBdirftl ('(,nlt Of Florid h And .
McDonald.ALSO. ; 9 o'clock last Friday morning fits. Bee smiles broadly when ask Hayes is sold on strawberries and! Fer Bradford X...County 1.011DIVORCR la ('11.8,1'1C..e I' C. Williams i with you at any time....., ",.. :., ;,>.,...

I Brooker grower N. G, [IBeeJ] HayesJr. ed for his reaction to his trial his experience this season proves'I i 142 W. Call ,St. j ;' \.

\ World Without End didn't'know whether he'd have';flight with berries and: summed it; that they can be grown' successfully !, Inez Wondal S. Herndon M. Herrdon, Defendant.Plaintiff vst Starke, Fla. PHONE 964-4801 77, :; ': :t"t.. :
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fc. IN CINEMASCOPE : a buyer for his string beans that up by saying. "We're well pleased." and profitably in the Brookersection. I: Order Of Publication And Notice ,. .. f. ... ; ,'. .

Plus Cartoon : day or not. Hired hands were busy.:1, Just to show how pleased they I To Defend = L:' :.-+- ,. .. .''. .'. .. .,',:'\"..to'":_';a'.; .'

knew the Hayes team of fatherand ---- ,' .
picking, but for all Hayes are ------- -
'''ED. THUnS. MAY 18 .
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I : the beans might have to be dumped -.j sons, plan increased berry acreage I -" .;>. :.. :: 1..
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DOUBLE FEATURE -or sold for less than his cost next season if they convince them- ; ', .. : .
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of production.That I selves that the 'labor problem can I :' ::

; Teenage Doll I same morning Hayes was be handled. Being over 20 miles ,. .. : a' :' /:<: .,. .

Starring: June Kernney, and Fay I still picking strawberries from a from the new migrant labor camp I .'. .- '../"..,...'.. -.' -' "." ..' :!':J" ..' :. :,I. .:.,,..'.,...-"t... r-,,", !.'
.,rain. three-acre field that had been in !! at Starke they did not feel bene- .'.l'=*:Ar.., : "::J..-'

production two months and seemed fits from this project as directly .'. ," I. : / ; k '. ,

ALSO apt to yield for at least another !; as did growers in the immediate i, '. '' ;.' ",. ....'..,..
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i there was a ready sale for all he 1 area.I L" -'

SERENGETI no worries about whether he could I!i Hayes* success with berries this r :. : i B U L ETI N'f. :;:
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.. IN SPECTACULAR COLOR sell his berries or not. He knew i year was the product of trial-and- !I' ::

Plus Cartoon there was a ready sade: for all he !| error and he admits to moments i I ,. ft ..',. _. ."...
could haul to the Starke Palmers | of discouragement especially at ? ,. ;P<"'f !' .. '
i 1''itf., SAT.,-MAY 19, 20 I I. .: It : :;4-r-' :
Market and the price-whIle not the beginning. He laid his plastic 3.. .' : ..,..-i 't.'./;.,. t.t..'.. .
DOUBLE FEATURE. at the season top-was still! within 'I I mulching on the beds, then set I .. ,:... .. "T'-. ""'<-
the to him fair .' t.
range give a -
: Wings Of Chance during I ,). t:; .
margIn of profit. i ; -' '.I'' I.M' '

_ tarring: Juno Brown, and Frances That's one reason Be Hayes ; Friendly advisers told Hayes to <' '
Bafferty. and his ""partners"" -father, N G'. "put the water to 'em" during the : Chemical "policeman" in today's; Super ShU't x ,

and brother, Eldridge, are so en- -and the .
dry setting-out period ,., .... ., ). .
ALSO thusiastic after "pioneering" with :i youthful Brooker grower did Just 1 ,. ." '.' '.. ....," .'..' .-" ," ...t' .".. ,

k The First, Texan t 1 the the Brooker first strawberries area in more grown than 15 in I: his that.irrigation The.O y system trouble was walth much :," ;+:J '{ ';" guards; against gum-fouled carburetors :' '

Starring: Joel 31
Plus Cartoon Though farmers are traditionally i i the average berry grower and the I ,' ... ,.j i ** .-.,;. ........

skittish about discussing proDODD'S -- :t'heavy some watering of; his plants almost with covered soil, ." r .....'.- '<.:.; .. \. ._to give your car. top performance. .'::' :(;}. .' ,

necessitating having to dig them .,;f .. '"
:: out again and,causing them to geta .. :', ,

!, slow start at the beginning... I ... .. ':,:._.. ; >:/ ,
I For a while Hayes thought ... ':wbtot\ as'
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t much of his planting "wasn't go- I! ::! 'p': ; .- Ono'special' ; ..ingredient among the nine >. .:::;;;\t: : :;%. ;?:r:::;:.:::;:':.::. .:;;:::.. .>.. '. :.':. .. : .. .. '
ing to do'anything," but the 90"s :.'r..;." :;:4.;;:<;S: ;; : : ;< .: ;: .
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finally took hold, and, have been I ., -. r I ill today's-Super Shell gasoline is a gumii;;: f:: r t liM ..L/: ...:. .. 1Er ':' ":: -..: ..:;"'.;:.::'.;:. :'.: 1E

quantity ranking with as well.Bradford's as quality.ocst In in :;;,'0: '" preventive.< i j :: ( :;:J',:} ; ,

fact, Hayes' berries have "toppedthe Like a policeman dealing with mob ;'.' :..>:<.. ., ..."t.. :.:..',': ,w .; :'" '. '. .' > .. .' ... .,. .
market" on several occasionsthis f/: a ::::1 : :: .:; .:,;;.EL > .. : .. '
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season. t'; t .. .. it. works to. keep unstable elements fromclotting .: .:..;:\:t};4 ':jf. {JJii.; ; ; ..i...:,: .: .' v .:; ...(. ;/:.::: : ;;;::,' u. .,: :..:;.: 4J'J} ;}

Bee used 1S00: pounds of 6-8-8 .<.,"'... .; ..together. Hence no probIsiu. :;$.;..:'::,:;,'.'}r':.'};iJz'*'::.t:;;"-..>.....:,...7.''':;.;''.'.:'.',....:'.'..':..'>::...'..?''.'. :.:. -' .. :. .. '. :' ..:;. ";: ;.;....:.:>.;..:'>..i.""'';.". .:;.
gum :
r fertilizer to the 25 cent ::. : : .: :; : 'o.1J
acre per ; '
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organic, applied all in the center :,; .' Result. : top performance. ;:...;.. i;.::. :<: ::7. f::.:.?....:.:. :::: :". i- : : I1 .!'.
of the bed, ,four or five inches V f : :::; ;: ttr:,1t: ir: '. ,. '.;:. .:;,;R.:<.... ., .,
53 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL $395 deep Just prior to laying the i', ; .' m

EXTRA CLEAN plastic. His setting operation Was ,i ; : .. t ?IaGtsf:: tllIlvrelintsoelfcc. jobs door J by the f) ingredients ?

I completed ,about one week after ';Jf- : 1. tnetltitr!rw,tlhFtStI1l llh in S.lpt.'rIcn! to \'C'our car 1r 'f

'54 RAMBLER WAGON : the plastic was placed.A of Lit (/sirf is cncu!'Ii to treat a tog ftif'sfwrnce; \t'u owe it to

.A DOLL $495 good spray program has kept ] {;;jalfyn oi{ jj-jline. your car Jo .'IOJUCTI what each of I'

Hayes plants in top condition and lbi't tiny dit>p i ii.all toda'sSuixr the others; can do. for you, too. -; : ; .
'58 HILLMAN WAGON I he expects to keep picking for an- S!,cfi n ds'trj slave off "... ,.....'it't; [ ......."'"'"''.._." '"

$695 other three weeks at least. i ii t post,. liyjiiUre that can h-amper //2 h TCP for power, .:" .: ii r; .rttr! .

4-Door, Leather Uphostering! i Much attention has been fo- : \'lIUT'' car's pc.M'omnnce! ; milrapJIM;: '.m ;r plttgtifciitdat's .. ,N... .'".'' ..jS-.. ,..: .., ...1.,1.>,, ," ...,... ..,' F1'"u ', tTh \ rS
Radio and Heater I cused on this planting and Bee / Grim f nms irhcri even the {,,\,: .. w, : :) ,. -- ,.
.: Supt.r She!! ;.10l' van .. ,(f- "' ..
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I feels sure thre will be additionalstrawberry' ir'H?'p i 'np .t jy:: s.jlinci! arc Mil I 1 in itor- : H'ft'i. .. .
58 ENGLISH FORD i tli'le; ovm iHrticr wr::im: fir '. : .::; ; ; \
$495 acreage in the Brooker' ?h' o. Uw .ilrt i! demor-t-s .in thekr.I ;
this fnri r<:!SflUivp. Its r.Jice is ._ '"
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2-Doon : area next year. ,; t"'n Iii i d ;:uc'jl I iota: ,.. : .
} cr-sy1 ':iipUen= )1pbotpluitr.Tf can fnrgfl this irly I picture if fill tank with Shell It hors the '. "
With uncertain marketing con-. .' an i with c'jch: otlifr.'J'hc! yu vtvir today's: Super lrt L .
'txyncn ?f alditiic; en' ,;he that could form in' : fuel stcru didn't with eEicient .
your :jour: 1 jf you use a jdmL'n? an gum prf'mr\f !
ditions for crops like beans and : ,biter s.hatrt i -('ntiits call yolyrri.v'J3 .
cur /up 6t. //i tY:J wore .
More in J956 and/ 58 |tiCr j pnvfr. "
Bargains cucumbers now in' harvest, the : : (a good thing if you
'' I( relatively sure market for strawberries :' want t.ywai-p pbstijs! ;;;, but not if vy t<' 17 extra: trj jJN'tarrk. this high-octane in3redicnt. for Think what this extra volatility worth of pktimitn tit"IHi- 4i
Chevrolet --56 and/ 57 PontiacsAll f ful; and run vtdt 'pik flags Shell anstion fuel.AlkjlatcwhkJj. Shell
is beginning to create Interest ; you! \vn lop perfonnance.from means in cold weather. topr0dtiir Plaf! rrl.Rut

among growers in the -! }Curt>as6linc), lest. up (fa twice j$lonz. took the Your engine fires in seconds.'I fortunately this precioiii stjt! '

Biooker area. -" '> ". Slicll t cHcs t JC situation with New TCP dots this by neutralizing dream of lOO-ocfane( gasolineout here is less strain on your bat can be used 0'er.ltri4'0lfiri.: : .

Priced To Sellsee I Hayes along with several other I.:.; s special; inJiibitor: that is designed : certain cCccls of com- of'the bb and put it into the ter '.And none on your patience The platinum n-'forjniri;%,
bu tioll It is scientifically ;
strawberry growers, has set pepper. ,:..... to keep gum from forming.; dcpoiits. sl..ics-is now in Super Shell. It NOTE:: SuperSheJlisprimcdwith process, which give Flat f orniatr:

W. J. Dodd or Bob Hammond atDODD'S ; through the plastic covering his ,#_. Rt'r formulated to keep them controls knocking in hot engines Butane all )rear In winter, Shell its odd name convert* petroleum
strawberry beds. Prospects are I I from Clewing when hot-a major. far better than into .
: high.speeds scientists increase the dose. :
Where the trouble strikes' just super-energy coaip'.wjiti'such !
.now that l a good crop of pepper : '.! cause of rower l JuS!!. Also from anything else yet available. 1 as benzene, xylene and .

AUTO SALES;s will' be made and it seems to thrive '. >, Gmn; 'u ua1Jy ends up on senii-: diverting your spark" -a major NOTE: Speaking of controlling #7 is Pcntane mix for fast toluene. t. ., .' '. >
I Jin the berry beds,, .:'.,.;' .", live carburetor parts where it cause: of"missing. knocks at high speeds, remember iartn-ups on cold days These three,alon 'relftise t( '
During the visit to Hayes farm, can foul the automatic choke andrtise
that car engines frequentlyturn I per cent more energy yqi&ittMthan
#3 is'"c-4It. racked"
712 Walnut St. Phone 964-6421 I County Agent 'G. T. Huggins pre- hob with a car's air-fuel gasolinefor even fester than the engines Pentancs are made by tearing 100-octaiie/ ; Zfiy}'

I dieted that in the next 'few years r mixture1. power with a purr gasoline much as split
-. -- ; of a DC-7.. Think of this next apart you line. Tliis; is eittrgv. thaLthws:! .
= -- --- the strawberrt and pepper con-; : Too rich This ;is that has kindling to start a 1 log fire. '
: a.m 'turc.can waste : petroleum actually time you! pass another car. up as exthniI1cage.*: .s.r-
would work together, to : '" In this case, the "logs"are *" .. ... ,
I jbination ,. gallons: of gasoJihcl :TOO weak a. cracked under 900dcgreeheat ; ye- ;
Weekend increase the acreage of eac1iJ + : ,. :Lthv. ; !n *wre-ca'n' bum Valves. Either acd catalytic action. Its #5 is anti-knock: mix for ttoleum's heavier hydrocarbons. Test Super Shell Ice:,#untli{

TUNE.UP $4,95 I "Growers irith berries .under .. '. way, gum troublescost money.. heavier molecules] hare been extra resistance to knocks special process transforms' their Try Super Shell 'n .it.ra'i .
I plastic might ks well have the additional '.1: % in extreme shattered into molecules (from slow-burning; .
.. : cases gum can lighter ones. You mi ht.chink that, high- fill up, You'llioon f eel-in f oar
nvo .
Special! income from pepper in :i "logs" into the quicker-firing;
/ een stick'you; i intake valves. The result is.a, supcr-<<.1ane difference in < '. .
Plus Parts their beds," hb said "and.:on.the: : octane ingredients are enoughfor illdlill ," a tperformancer. eway engme .
V; ; This! means a rough and noisy ingredient[: that makes your engine g ,That '
runs. j to'F
other hand, pepper.growers: might -' knock-free performance. ButShell's Fast and ,.hffErpes. .
;: \: engine-ostpp\rar-rand;] perhaps purr with pow r'the moment NET RESULT: warm-up s .( 'i" -
scientists have like ; I- -
decide to double with berries, ears .
up in
: an'expensu-e repair job. you put your foot down. top performance a hurry.
since the same fertilizer will do To say that Super Shell's musicians.

for both crops-with a little additional .,. chemical "police'mart1' They insist on adding a spe- #8 is an "anti-icer" to check
for berries. protects, cial aati-luiock mix. A mix, so cold weather
your pocketbook is an nnoerstatement. stalling .
Either way you figure it, Bee ., eftcctivetone f : teaspoon per gal
lon can boost anti-knock rating Super Shell's formula is adjustedup ; r :

6,70x15--- -----X11.95$ | | YOU WHEN BUY YOU THE BUY BEST' r How the '"policeman" wwurksShell's by This five; points.mix has the tricky job of the to weather.eight times For example a year,to.whenever beat SH1E1E

combustion that the is
'. .. special anti-gum ingredient regulating so temperature likely to

P T81 WestinghouseAppliances ,. .. is an oxidation inhibitor. It r Super Shell gives each piston a be less than forty-five degrees, a 4

BLACK TUBE TYPE vi.v, helps keep unstable elements in _____ firm even push-: rather than a carburetor anti-icer is added. ttt Tl ,

And Recappable TireINTERNATIONAL & TV the gasoline from sticking: to- sharp blow which would causea U hy add anti-icer at f ortt fire

.1. knock. degrees? Because, even then,
Delco Batteries At .*:; _. ,. oanerlustWya sldBed : _
frost can form in carburetor

$5.00Allowances MUFFLERS North Florida .'. keep policeman keeping a crowd prevents from trouble forming.by. .4shtIrc #6 is Butane for quick starts just as it does in your your refrigerator. -

'i' Doo&ttle,pioneer on cold mornings It can stall A BULLETIN FROM
On Any LIFE TIME 'SupplyPHONE ,- As a result your engine is your .

Battery During Sale GUARANTEEDodo's ;"t,.. .deader: ...for maximum power, #4 is Alkylatc, noted for Butane is so eager to get going #9 is Platfonnate for SHEU BESEAECH .,
; \' maximum All which that Shell extra -where 1,097 cientUU'
WO 4.2113 ; i mileage. of knock control in hot engines keeps it under pres-

224 N. Temple Ave. adds up to. .top pirfomuma. sure,4 DO feet below ground to energy, more mileageIt are working to make yoinf .

Service & Auto Sales Starke, Fla. .' j;... r.':, Th3; is Just one of_ the special Jimmy Doolittle helped pioneer stop it from.vaporizing by itself. takes eight million dollars' car go better and. "bete"" .?....'...
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528 S. Walnut St. Phone 964.3861 If It's Westfeghouse <, ,_.,. :. :' .; :_' .. >': ,:'! *8.iw .\,> L. : :" -,.""

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YYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYI Mrs. Lee, assisted by her .a few days. i I II I YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYl Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker, last week- urday after several weeks visiting

t' ter, Karen, served daugh-j Mr. and'Mrs.. Bill Gaskins are I I with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waldon

LAWTEY% Mrs. Mae Wells left I proud parents of a son, Aubrey BROOKER end.Andy Strickland of LaCrossewas .in Wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. R. C.

visit her son and daughter-in-law, I William, Jr. born May 4 in Bradford the weekend guest of Eddie Jackson in Tampa, Mr. and Mrs.

:Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wells, in I. County HospitaL Mother and Douglas. Lavan Kelley in St. Petersburg,
Huntsville, Ala. son came home Monday.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelleyin

Mrs. G. L. Peterson and grand- Gertie Miles of Lake But- family of Gainesville visited Mr. Sarasota. .

I daughter, Linda Tresca, were ler was visiting the L.,P. Rafuse and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and family Revival ScheduledThe
On Tuesday evening May 8, the Mr.'and Mrs. Harry Edwards of
weekend guests of the R. E.. Lee family Monday.The o Sunday. New River Baptist Church
Lawtey PTA was host to Brad- Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lottie
ford-Union. Council of Parent- family. new home being built by nsO O t Edwards Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brannanand will hold a revival Sunday. May
I Mrs. J. E. Warren is assistingat Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips, who 14. Rev. Joe Hoop the pastor, will
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs.J.
Teacher Association in the school Wherein April with j it, skirts of ing the dining room when the and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and
, the office for few days. are moving here from Callahan, will begin
post a T. Taylor and family of Palatka conduct the services. They
cafeteria. Schools represented,, beside green is gone and May day arrives telephone rang and it was a call daughters of Starke were Sunday '
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. will soon be completed. Their were Sunday guests of Mr. and each night at 1:30: p. m.
Lawtey, were Bradford High, with sunny skies. I clean for an amb lane.So I called downto guests of Mrs. Mattie Barry.
Dyal over the weekend were Mrs. friends are pleased to welcome Mrs. Roy Green and family. through M,v 21.
Starke Elementary, Union High; house and bake a cake. the Ford garage and they sent Mrs. Bedie Conerly of- Hague
Marie McDavid Gainesville, them. The family is residing withLeslie's Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Club News
and Hampton. Doughnuts and cof- and Mrs. Lena Wilson of Jackson
up young fellow to drive. I also -
fee were served by the lefresh-. Mrs. F. O. Weatherby'of Panama mother Mrs. O. J. Phil- Shy one who lives within my life planted my garden and my let-' ville visited Mrs. Rosa Kelley Sun- Lake Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. The Brooker Garden Club will

ment committee.The City, Mrs. Ruby Britt of Ocala, lips, until the house iseady.. unseen tuce radishes T. W. Markey Friday. I hold their regular monthly meet-

Woman's Society of Chris- and Mrs. Nita Dyal of Starke. Mrs. S. D. Andrews and children Yet climbs to higher summits thanI green.and I planted are Swiss up and chard onions day.Mike Emery of Palatka was the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and'; ing Thursday night May 11. at 8

They were present at the chris- of Wildwood spent the week- know, family attended a birthday partyat at the community center.
tian Service met in the home of and sweet corn and beans today. weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. M- p. m.
Mrs. R. E. Lee Tuesday evening tening of Mr. and Mrs. Dyal's infant end with her parents, Mr. and Is there a mirror to reveal your Later I plant more. It stays so D. Harrell and Sharon.Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. E. L. Lester will give a demonstration -

May 2, with ten members present. daughter, Leonett Alfrida in Mrs. W. F. Moore. face? cool. Should be good for and Mrs. Wilson Green and W. Sullivan in Gainesville Satur- on making corsages.
Miss Enza Blanchard brought the the Church of the Latter Day Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. For one clear moment I.would: see when they come up. peas daughters of Jacksonville were day night. The party was nonoring Each member is asked to bring
Saints'in Starke. W. J. Wilkison were Mr. and your form. the birthday's of Harry, Bobby, .
devotional. After the business ses- HELPFUL HINTS. If is Sunday night dinner guests of clippers to the meeting.J.
sion the program entitled "To We are sorry to note that Mrs. Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and children, You shelter me and whisper whileI too salty, drop a few slices of raw ,Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. and Eddie Sullivan, and J. H. Sul E. Townsend carried his
Marvin Thompson and son, How-
Give With Joy" was presented in H..C. Harley is confined in Brad- I sleep; potato in it. When potato is doneor Mr. and Mrs- W. E. Bigham, livan. mother, Mrs. Lola Townsend, backto
ard 6f Jacksonville and Mrs.
an interesting manner by Mrs. ford County Hospital. Membersof You know me like a book, long about .six minutes remove Jr. and family were Sunday guests Those from Brooker attendingthe Avon Park over: the weekend.He .
Sebe Harris of Starke: In the po-
Paul Dinkins. Those taking part the family report that she is loved, reread tato. To make nice high meringueon of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Sr. Parrish Reunion at Little was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
afternoon Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Wil-
were Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Mrs. improving and that they expect? With pages marked and kept beneath pie, I use, four egg whites fora in Lakeland. Springs Church Sunday were Mrs. WE. Townsend and family.
Orville Bumgarner, and Mrs. Tye.I I her to be able to return home in kison and Mrs. D. W. Starling the pillow. 9 inch pie. If eggs were small Greg, Debbie, and ,Sue Douglas; Amanda Lewis, Mrs. T: W. Mar- BMM BMMM* HMMiMWMMHIIMM M HM> Bln*
visited their father, Shad H. Yet heart, if you have such is I add attended the birthday party of key, Mrs. Mary Green, Mrs. H. O. THE RIGHT'POINT for the
a tablespoon of cold water
Thompson and Mrs. Thompson in granite f innI Brown. A. L. Green, and Earl way you wme. Come In and select -
for 2 their cousin, Donna Kay Strick-
every eggs. A pinch of salt
Lake Butler. am the child will not loose Green. favorite ESTERBROOK
r-- : you your
land in Gainesville
and begin beating with my elec- Saturday
Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Coleman my hand tric afternoon. Mrs. Rosa Kelley returned Sat- Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH:
beater. When it begins to '
rI One Quart OJT Extra Cost 4 made a business trip to Lake City When* I must cry against you, what hold in peaks I begin adding sugara Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and

I F R E'E With Each Monday. folly tablespoon at a time until I have Diane' of Lake Butler visited Mr.

or Gallon One you buy. For woe.not to heed you is to .covet 8 tablespoons. That is 2 tbps. of and MrsEarl Green Sunday Attention Livestock Producers!

sugar for each egg. I beat until afternoon.
Wise wiser than .
one when you taste the meringue Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams and If have hogs or
Prices Start at $2 $5.98 GaL you
qt. 4JJCARTER You are the angel in me leadingme
there Kirk of weekend
0 no gritty taste of sugar. were cattle to sell now or in
on, This I pile high on'the pie filling guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave the future please con
The conqueror of all that I have
MARY PAINT STORE feared. and swirl. Be sure to seal goodat Green. tact one of the buyersat
Our Soil Our Strength the edge so the icing will not Mr. and Mrs. Alan Land and
SausageCompany ..'
SOI N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 -Priscilla Sanders. draw away from crust. Brown in daughter of Gainesville visited Mr. Copeland
The above is and give theman
poem named a 425 degree oven until baked and and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Sunday.

Soil Conservation "Guardian Angel. My dear Mother brown. it will cut easier if you Miss Juanita Stalnaker of Talla- opportunity to buy a
always said we each had a hassee visited her and livestock.
sprinkle a little sugar on before parents Mr. your
NEW Guardian Angel that looked over
browning. It is a beauty of a pie.
us through the night and told us COPELAND OFFERS YOU
MEAT LOAF. One and a half with me somewhere. I am out on
By Bill Heat what was right and protected us.
pounds of ground beef, half poundof the sunporch. The wrens have 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
It is a beautiful thought and some
FEDDERSAIR The Board of Supervisors for how has clung to me all throughlife ground pork. Add a cup of milk, come back. I cleaned out the boxes. -

the Bradford Soil Conservation as a belief. Otherwise, why 2 eggs, I tablespoon of 'prepared My heart sings and I was never 1. Cash market every day.

District held their regular monthly mustard 1 tablespoon of horseradish happier-this is my poem:
some things happen? i recall 2. No commission.
meeting in the Soil Conservation 1 cup crackers crushed. I find such joy in simple things, .
one Spring in Indiana
Service office in Starke. Those we went many fishing years ago down to- Add salt to taste, and mix well. A budding rose, a bird that sing. 3. Special consideration given to meat

present were Sam McGarvey, the Muscatatuck Creek which had I wash my hands well and mix I find such joy in babbling brooks,

CONDITIONING Chairman; Leaton Morgan Jr., great ledges of limestone over- with hands until nice and smooth.I A blissful peace in shady type hogs

Vice Chairman; J. B. White, Sec- hanging the creek bank. While we form into a loaf long and nice nooks? 4. Can furnish hauling .r su .ficientquantities.

retary; Bill Haas and Leon Carter, were fishing, a dashing rain came looking. I put in a glass baking !The skies so blue, the skies so
dish and sprinkle with Worcester"shire .
Soil Conservation grey
1 ATSHEPHERD'S- up and we took :to shelter under
Sauce, put out by Heinz. The cooling rain and flowers so
The Board selected Ned Cole- the limestone ledges. It was almost COLLECT HO 2.3011
Then I put in 350 degree over arid gay; CALL
man as outstanding conservation a cave and nice and dry.
farmer ot the year for the 1960- Soon we had a little fire and,the bake until tione. It really smells A wintry wind, a summer CLAUDE PHILLIPS : / nft: HUDSON
good when baking. I make gravy \
61 Goodyear Soil Conservation lightning crashed and the rain breeze- PRESTON POLE"
"* with the grease that bakes out of
Awards Program. poured. We sat by the fire and It is only God that can give us
the loaf. Good tick.
The Bradford Soil'Conservation dried ourselves and watched it these.I .

112 East Call St. Phone 964-6901 District has entered the National rain. I do not recall thinking I I baked an angel food cafe after i painted the porch chairs

Soil Conservation District Awards MUST MOVE, but I moved away ,dinner and it is still in the pan. i v.1l1teand- they are on the front CopelandSAUSAGE

Contest. The winner of the con- from the fire at least 6 feet. I had I will put white icing and coconut porch for Don and me the first

no more than seated myself whena on it. I have a new cake breaker. warm days. God bless you,all. COMPANY ALACHUA, FLORIDAProfessional
huge piece of the limestone clifffelt'where _'Don is at the store. Gabby is LOVE..MOTHER LURA. 1 -
oh .. "_ > .
-- -
'" c -- "- >- u' --- '
1 !L ha4.jbeensitting- -i- 'JII!
#' the edge the foot-thick atone was 1t'
beside me. A great. Blab> fell and I

had been loosened; by the heat

for set from fee fire. I recall saying,
.fir a t :
"Well, my Guardian Angel taking '
care of me today." So all my I

life I have noticed how I have r. I
.I of these amazing newTlftE ; been guided, not always doing the Does' Prohibition Prohibit?' {

y J things I wanted to do, but felt was

i what I must do. Now I find my- .

S k 1% 1li:3: self in Nebraska taking care of the '

dead and have a license.It .
ATLAS was 15 years ago today that I ."r" ,".., !.
left Florda'and' bid good bye to I

t my school at Clay Hill. It was a : prohibitionists crime traffic fatalities '
14 l '. cosIBUCRON sr r art ore ss set sr. say ,
r hot day and: as I passed the school ,;

house, I said "Goodbye dear : divorce and legal liquor sales all go hand in hand. .

: : schoolhouse, I have been happy, x.
here." I felt then I would someday f. .-. :'
: .. -
return, but after seeing how
t ?' L11 are cos esR r.a ssr sae ss wmin J my good Don needed me, I stayed .

Now I am so glad I did. My life' LET'S LOOK AT THE FACTS! -

\ : is not easy, but I am so happy al ; ,

the time. Even when so very tired w x. i ir r

and so many die at once, I am : !
still glad to be in Nebraska with
Before tires come by and let us
'\ you guy Don. He is a wonderful man anda There is only one so-called dry state in America Mississippi.\ 'Ii f
\ give you a demonstration on our famous Prince. ,l r
amazed the Last week I cleaned and paintedthe Prohibition is being tried there. Let's see how that state shapes up with ;] "
ATLAS BUCRO S. You'll at i. '.'
kitchen. I paint is every 1 0 .
difference faster stopping. quieter the rest of the country in the categories mentioned.
year, enamel all white, cabinets, '. ". J-, {
That's because thus ATLAS inside and out and the walls. Then .. '; o'
?e riding ,new -:"" ,
when everything is back in place'' "f ,. 0' r', -I...1.1s ---- .. I
)' s: : BUCRON is I put up clean curtains, I am the '
c happiest woman in the world. ; The F. B. I. reports the following murder, non-negligent ,manslaughter >

can't make it 'Whoopee! Don went to a Funeral offenses per 100,000 inhabitants in 1956: ;
I\S Quieter .
cj squeal Directors Convention on Thursday.I
\ got him started early. It was i iS

down at Omaha. was busy clean- ii

i C t r : Stops 30% faster UNITED STATES 4a 1 MISSISSIPPi 6.6V i

e test will send the outstanding conservation !
farmer and one of the ,
\ Soaks bumps and jars supervisors out west for a two ,< ...I I II I,.

.Li1 up weeks'vacation. ;. ". The National Safety Council reports the following .motorvehicle.I .., :_{' !
The board discussed the Buwan- : ,.' ;f i
nee River Authority program and deaths per 100,000,000 vehicle miles in 1956: :

r d Unaffected by weather aging went on record as favoring the : ::1

; : project. The feeling of the Board c

1 C was that the project would give V UNITED STATES 56 MISSISSIPPI 7.3
Bradford_ County a better water ,

Y ar Take advantage of our Tire Sale to equip control system. 1

S 4 your car with a set of ATLAS BUCRONSthe Leaton Morgan discussed the
Labor Cooperative and it was the .

}. revolutionary new tire everybody's feeling, the Board that the oper- The U. S. Public Health Service reports the following divorce rates
would work out and be a
talking about. Liberal allowance,on your ation
told I big help to farmers of this area. per 1,000 persons for the year 1956:
tires. Drive in tomorrow. ,
r ." Complete, soil and water conservation ;

." t farm plans were delivered ) -

to Fred McDavid of Brooker UNITED STATES 2.2 MISSISSIPPI 2.3.
and Raymond W. Bryan of law-

tey. They are both going to use

:..a Pensacola Bahia and whits cloverin

their pasture program.Bryan ,

Yd% -1ANDDARD. is going to plant white Let's be realistic and face the facts. Disregard the false and misleading -

clover in a good stand of Carpet

OIL grass, which will improve the ,E6 claims of the prohibitionists. VOTE Yes to end- this farce. .,

Dec quality of grazing of the grass. '''',. '.: ""

Pat A. Miller used the District -

Gib Brown's, L. B. (Red) Alvarez Shuford's fertilizer spreader to fertilize his COMMITTEE FOR LEGAL CONTROLit

Service Station Service Station Standard Oil Station. Pensacola Bahia_pastures. "
Wade Gaskins used the District

407 N. Temple. 109 N. Temple 206 S. Walnut' grain drill to plant Sesbania for

his cover crop.


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:_ f TTT T.TTVTYTYVTTTlTTJJJ Saturday night. -"-Attending -!,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAA dnane school while on du "-

HIGHLIGHTS! AviationTheme from here were Carol! in -Germany.

At Monthly Meeting I .L ; ;i&t MELROSEBy Hansen MaMa: Griff en, Doris! GRANDIN Ben Strickland of Melbourm
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Ford Carol Hurst, Virginiaj,i recently visited his: moth! >

By Mary K. Schaeffer Keystone Cub Pack 305 Mrs. Alice RothhanunerIAAAAL4AIAAALAAAAAAA4A Ford. Elizine Samson, and]i I By Mrs. Rebecca BrantleyI'd and stepfather, Mr. and MrV. -

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j 'p' Thursday of last wee in the Mrs. Williams and: Mi. 'and)i Mrs. J. C. Weeks and chil-
THIS WEEK'S ACTIVITIES House. : Mr And$ Mrs. John S. Rynd Mrs. Ford provided I West are visitin
Community Church Sunday transpor-i i I B. Sikes has returned dren of Key ;
Thursday, May 11: Brownie Troop 229. after and children of Atlanta, Ga.and .
,. .- School building. & and: accompanied the]I home after a lengthy stay In f relatives and friends here.
Duplicate Bridge, Section II, school. St. \Y1pi 's Recriatlon Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. '
I Carrying out the theme of r'z group. They spent Sunday atj!I Doctors Hospital] in Starke I A special meeting of the

10:00: a. m. Hall. the month, "The History of Hoffman and children. of Gainesville the Beach, returning 'home I I I Mrs.. R. t.McKennedY. left'Paran Baptist: Church Cemetery -
For those who didn't get tp DES Chapter 27 ,. 8 p. m., ._ spent ,the weekend with that night. i' I ]. Committee was held recently -
A\iationDen 1 staged a pUPpet Saturday for Columbia
7 a. m. Mass today, Ascension Masonic HaUWednesday. \. show for parents 'and ; -- _-$ : I Mrs. Rynd's and Mrs., Hoff- Carol'Hansen, Toni Ahrano,,I'to be with her mother, Miss'j at the home of Mr.

Thursday, there' will be Mass|, May 17: !friends.! The Cubs built their : man's parents Mr. and Mrs: 'A. Dale Fallen' and Mike. Law-I'i!seriously. ill. j and: Mrs. B. J. Alderman.

at 5:30 p. m at St. Edward's in Home. Demonstration. ... .. .. Club.. own stage. using a large cardboard ; C. Spires. rence, all' Senior at MIlS. appeared -I! The 'Quarterly Conference of -
in Starke. Clay Electric Conference_ room, lusty Lee of Jacksonville on the 'Youth Speaks! FiaiTiar
box with. a wIndow' cut Paran Church was held after!
Community Church Choir U)a. m.: Beach.. visited his cousin, Charles t television last Friday. :
; in' the uDoer front. Sky scenery program I Prayer Meeting last week.j
Practice, 7:30: p. m.. Den 2",.Cub Scouts. after. A' ] was painted; and the boxwas' Perry last"weekend.Mrs. SeniOrs'Visit Capitol Both services were well at-] Gone: Foreyer
Junior Wornan'i. Club, 8 p. school t.'Anii Parish : Ruth Reed 'and daughter The Meirose High'" Senior Methods
covered with white .paper. tended. Medically Approved
m. House.. The- boys operated the pup- NEW OFFICERS OF ALTAR SOCIETYPictured Mrs.,. Eugene Brentley, and Class recently attended the Robert Seigler of Palatka
12 St.Anne's Junior Choir :children of Grandin visited ( The best way to
Friday, May :
: and e'th dialog Know Your Government Day visited his father R. Lee Sei- S .. ..
for .
pets, ,ga !! above, with Father Connie : eliminate' this excess
Rotary Luncheon, 12:15: PractIce'3':45: p. m. Dougherty, are new Mrs.!. Reed's. sister and brother- at Tallahassee. This Is a citizenship '
stories gler, last
the telling Thursday.
noon. St. e's'SenIor. Practice, puppets, officers of St. William's Altar Society who were installed at in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. '", ; hair: problemis
about aviation. The Cubs also program sponsored by 1 I Mrs. Rose Brantley nas returned : : .
Girl Scout Troop 190 after 7:30: p. m.: a dinner meeting in Starke Sunday night. Tyre in Sanford and Mr. and Florida State University for <'.. to come in.
helped write the dialog. The home after spending '
school, at St. Anne's Parish Prayer Group' arid Bible- to : Sirs. Mrs. Tyre's. daughter and son- g-: ;: request professional -
Left Theron Whldden
: show was directed by the leaders right, ., vice president; Mrs.George high school seniors. The students several days in Glendale Hos ':'.. mix' (' A
House. Study meeting, 7:30: p. m. ','Mrs. Madeline Smith! Mrs. Clemens, president. ; and Mrs. George Schaeffer: 'sec i !1:1l'w.! Mr.: and Mrs. John aCQuirea first-hand pital. Palatka. i ".
Boy Scouts. Webelos Den First. Baptist, Adult Choir, : Mattox and .baby. son. .Steven, knowledge of government by I -1",+..). '.,{'.., case analysis can
I Louise Galop, and Mrs. Kitty -- Mrs. E. J. Hutson of Grand. >
;+ .. determine how
Meeting 6:30: p. in:/St. Anne's ,Practice, 8:15: p. th! i in Orlando. .observing the legislative i judI- in '..., '
Martin. -- and Mrs. Hutson's mother
Parish House. Thursday, May 18: | 'M-r. and Mrs. Ralph H. br'anches.As to, cope with your
Members ,of J2 and 3. members of our community.l goOd people who donated the I cials and executive Mrs. Irvin Ormand of Wind-I hair condition.
Boy Scout Troop 105, 7:30p. : Section II, Duplicate Bridge I Moore a nd children spent the I
displayed space helmets. which Special guests were Mrs. Horace -1 lise of their cars on Sunday to 1 guests of FSU, the students -sor, spent several days last) .!.t There in! ho
m., St. Anne's Parish House. Club, 10 a. m., Woman's& Club. weekend :with Mrs Moore's >
they had made. Davis. Mrs. Calvin Lee, bring ,t.e 80 Boy Scouts from, spent the night) at the, week in their trailer home at: tot
Keystone Indians Fish Fry : Bring your own sandwich. Awards: were, given out byi' Mrs. Richard Sp nee-Thomas: cJold; ad Branch State Park I sister and' 'brother- n-law, Mr. Reservation, the university, recreation -I I Horseshoe. ; E. Dwyer charge con-
:11 $8ultatJon.
5:30: at Keystone Public Beach. I Community Church Choir Bill l Few [pinch hitting for] and Mrs. Benedict FinzerJ I to Mass." We are sure the boys and Mrs. George Rpbison in camp. Entertainment Mrs. Dorothy Stokes of MI-I

Womanless Wedding, spon- Practice, 7:30 p. m. Cubmaster Bill Belote] to the These.ladies 'all moved to Keystone appreciated, it too. I Panacea. was provided by the FSU recreation -ami is spending: several weeks EDMUND DWYER

sored by OES, 8 p. m. at Wo- Keystone Heights PTA.J folowing boys:: Steve E1 nore, recently. Four little girls from St..j .Mrs. George Ripper's brother department.Attending with her mother here. Electrologist

man's Club. 4'. school auditorium, 8 p..m. gold arrow,. point... ,, two silver. Mrs. Few's other guests included Williams' will make theii First Mr. Badger 'of Ponte from' Melrose SP-4 John B. Rye son of I, ((17 Years Experience)
Saturday May. 13: local Girl WedsFinnsylvanla points; Ralph- < Murphy' -, one' \ Mrs. E. V. WfdegrenjMrs. Holy Communion at St. Ed-' Vedra is improving nicely aftera were: : Carol Allison, Larry Mrs. Callle Rye of Grandin, is!I'., 107 W. Univ. Ave, Gainesville"

Walker's Boy's Bowling ; l\ anOn gold arrow, one silver arrow; Joe Daurer, MrS. Dick ward's on Sunday morning., recent illness.Mrs. Brown. Robert Brown, Don, attending engineering and or-', Call FR 2-8039 for appointment. i
Team Palatka, 9 a. m. Thursday, May 4, MIss'harlotte John Warren, Wolfe badge, Sunderland, ''Mrs. J.''W. War-: May 14, at: the 10 a.,m. Mass: Charlotte P.lham visited Butler, Dale l Fallin, Winslow (

Catechism for Grades-- 1-6- .8.VI1llams. -'. Caroline Gregory, gold arrow; silver arrow; .Mic- ten, Mrs. Barry WYman, Mrs. They !are Pamela,Tomes, Peggy in Gainesville, .Friday.Mr. Ffedriksson., 'Maida Griffin\

foim. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. key Brokas," 'Wolfe badge: Lewis Muir, Mrs. Jim! Hether- Shaughnessey, Debra au1t, and :Mrs. Carl Ford and: Toni.. Ahrano. .. Carol .Hansen.!, ANNOUNCING the opening 'ofMINIPUll I
Grand Opening Mini-Putt! rhomas! Gregory a! Keystone, Mrs. John Dickert, dat ght rs'ViSIted' Mr. and JacklHerrin I
; Jimmy Smith, Wolfe badge; ington, and Dianne Parades. Their ; Judy Kn. pp, Alvin -]
Carpet Golf Course,. in a. m.. Heights, became the bride ofCharles' : Mrs. John Simmons and children -
I I Roger S'mith, Lions badge; Mrs. Charlie McGlave, Mrs. teacher has been Mrs.. H. L. Lilly Mike Lawrence, De-
Lawrence Blvd. : Winters of Coraopolis, Glen Few, Bear badge;' Billy] Thomas Garner, Mrs. George Morgan, Jr., and'she has. worked : in Orlando.Mr. lores Pridgeon, Sandra Read CARPET GOLFA
Girls' Bowling Team, Palat ?a. in a simple wedding cere- Wolfe, Bobcat badge.' Schaeffer, Mrs.. Dan pat r, untiringly. and' Mrs. C. ,L. Henderson Ray Renfro, Sandra Ridaught.,

ka, 2 p. m.Womanless. nony at the Community- II Mr&' Fred Mulling, Mrs- Ray- Twenty children and five and daughter' '. Sharon, Lunda Strickland, Barbara
Wedding, second Church at 11 a. m. The marriage mond Starnes, and Mrs. Rob- adults enjoyed the '- skating "visited Mr. and> Miss. W. W. Turner, and Johnny Weaver. TEST OF PUTTING SKILL

night, 8 p. m., Woman's Club. was performed by Rev. discharged from the- 'army 4 ert Hendry. party on Saturday. .evening 'in Addison and 'family on Sun Principal and Mrs. Clarence C.

Sunday, May 14: \. C. Holt, pastor of the after serving.r three. ... yeasias a, Mrs. Warren. helped. Mrs. Gainesville.Fourteen. day. Holden were chaperones for

Attend your church in a. m. church. Paratrooper with the Airbornein Few, with serving t the lefresh-' ladies. from. St. 'Mrs. Edna Cooper returned the group. Saturday Morning, May 13
St. William's Choir Practice The bride was lovely in a. Germany. ments while I Mrs. Daurer Williams Altar Society- attended home to.: Westfield.:N. J. FrIday The Cheerleaders sponsored

scheduled for today' is post- ihapel-ivory grosgrain satin NewlyWeds Given ShowerOn helped greet 'the'g ests. the installation" of officers morning after spending i dance Saturday' night at the Lawrence

poned. *it't :resS, made in princess'stYle,1: Saturday: evening, May For th& rty'none of the and dinner'- at the Garden several weeks in tier cpttage! : parish. house, to' raise money Blvd. GEORGE LaRUE, Prop.

First Baptist :Intermediate md street length. Her fingerip -! 6, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth guests had to hire baby-sitters. Restaurant in Starke last'Sunday : on .Lake Santa Fe visiting .re-: !to; attend Cheerleaders Clinic

Choir Practice, 6:30: p. m. ; veil was to-attached- -to. a\ Cooper entertained at their Mrs .Few had provided' one night. Mrs. Lena! 'Clemens latives"and, 'friends, including i t this summer. I

First Baptist Concord Chqif jrosgrain: satin'bow. She car'IM Lake Brook1yn"home'with'a for the occasion, and her upstairs is thenew'. 'president. ; 'Mrs.. her "parents, Mr. and Mrs.. L.', The FHA held
combination members a
Practice. %6:30: p. m. \l a bouquet' of gardenias. ,shower. and. ..* reception playroom was filled 'to Theron Whiddeni 'vice"J president -', M.: Pearsall. I ar wash I list Saturday atWhitney's :1 RIDE HORSEBACK!

EYC, 6:30: pl'msjj" 'lArnie After the ceremony, there for newly-weds, Mr. capacity! with,happy creepers, ; and Mrs.-G. .ri. Schaeffer Mrs. Andrew Dunk and son.Andrew .I Garage.cTI.NS.1fl j
Parish House. J' ;-as' a luncheon for the wed- and Mrs Charles' Winters.* The' crawlers! tOO lers', and lots an 'secretary-treasurer.' --- "- HI, have Returned"i .- .. 4\ at YMCA ImmokaleeKeystone

Community Church Young ling guests at the Gregory couple received"maltiy lovely playing'with [a wide variety"oftoys The Altar Society will hold Memphis,, 'n after a twp: ; A- \. Camp I
People meet, 7 p. m., Educational lome on Lawrence Blvd. useful gifts. Guests includedMr. week t' 'I'I her f parents, NeE I P .'
., and enjoying cookies andchocolate its regular 'meet pg at 7:30: p. ; .'
and Elme'r 1 : 71: Heights off Hiway 21, N.
Mrs. Forsythe.
Bldg.1londay OutoftoWn'.S11ests included Mr. and E. Me Robinson. AutoFire, ---Casualty
qiilk served to them m. Monday, May 15, in the. 14rs. .
\ May 15: Mrs' Roy E. Winters, mother: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warren ythe"sitte", '! Mrs"Bunyon: Keney: \ nd Bonds and Allied. Lines Ii I" "
Mr. and Mrs. Bill .Few, Wally haU.Anyone Beautiful Trails arid Riding Instruction .
Community Church Women'sCircles >f the groom, from St. Peters- -Does Anyone- -Eelflembqr- desiring to donate Mrs. :Pat Glisson sjient. Saturday -,
meet 'thisafternoon! jurg. currently and originally Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few Mrs. Iii 'Gainesville.Mrs. -. Reynolds Insurance I by \VORLD'S CHAMPION
WhilewMay was, a ppy anything"afalf for a door prize I COW-
and ,etening. -' 'rom Pennsylvania; sister ofthe Wally Muhlhofer, Mrs.- Wflma day for the space-minded( citizens at the annual; aW Day' ham" Christine Lasseter has Agency !I GIRI4.Reasonable

Gi-V Scout Troop U7 a8eischool. groom, Miss' Jane Louise Stover, Mrs. Jackie ,Hersey, of our town, first man;In supper is asked to; co'ntact'Eq. taken' over. the Melrose Beauty W. L. Reynolds j I Pt -

Melrose Parish House. :ampbell: from Coraopolis,'I Mrs. Geneva Whitehead Jack space etc.-we couldn't help Conneen president of the. Salon.r' Irs .lone Park I and Mrs. Ph. 2442 2701 : rates by appointment\ only

Cub Scouts Den 1, after ?a.. and Pensacola; and the Strickland, Mrs. Wilfred Wagner but feel a ,little sad because it Catholic Club. .Dawn..... Powell', will. continue Keystone eights, Fla. Phone Instructor's
-- r : Home
Mrs. Essie Pate, and the 1 ((4237)-or) Camp ((4213))
school St. Anne's Parish sister-in-law of the groom was on May 5 that we bravely St. Anne's !;plscopLMeZnW J their affiliation with the shop. Tj-. ..
House. Mrs. Janette Campbell. of St. parents of the bride, Mr. and put out our first Lake Region 'of .the, KcystoneMelrose -. There will. be 'a*"G lI1g A-. 1 "- --- -_--- _n___
Teen-age Instructions St. Petersburg. Mrs. Thomas Gregory. I Leader in 1955. Although it EYC were, hosts to" 'the'I 'Y ay", reception: fof Mr.: and,I C

William's 7 p. m. After a short honeymoon, Cadets .Visit Mayport\ NAS has since, fallen by the wayside Palatka group.at. a, pinlc'laSt. Mrs., .H. W." Tyler, Tuesday.
St. William's Altu So letl 1}e couple is residing at Latesta On Sunday morning, at 6:45:' we just wondered it anyone -Sunday. The 'young people" I evening, May 16. Friends of KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS Miti1
Meeting 7:30: m., Recra1 Apartments 011 Lawrence eight Wide- Wake CAP Cadetsof the' call
Tyres to
.... still remembers some of gathered at the home, of 'Mr. are ,invijed
the -- .
Hall. }: Blvd. Mr. Winters Isemployed Keystone HeightsSquadron the really good issues we had? and Mrs. C. J. :O'Connor: on at the Methodist educational l

CAP Cadets 7:30at' sttyitl: at Watson food c1imb c1 aboard Of course} couldn't last, with Keystone Lake.where. ,they. 'enjoyed building'. from, -'8 to.. 10., Mr. and,
Tuesday May 16: ; store while Mrs. Winters their CAP vehicle driven by Mrs. Melrose BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
all the terrific competitionand swimming, playing volleyball Tyler' are leaving i
Woman's Club Gard& Division works at Belotes. Lt. King of the Senior group,! !
we do feel that the Tele- pitching horseshoes. in a few weeks: to make their .
meeting, 2 p. i taV" Wo Mrs. Winters graduated from and diove. to Mayport where' graph is a terrific weekly! and a rousing: softball' ''.game" J,; home in Eustis.Duplicate F -' __' .J..-. -- -
they had a most enjoyable .4 '" -"
man's Club. Bradford High School with Anyone For Golf? followed by refreshments of Bridge Dinners APPLIANCE SJRV C .1
Cub Scouts Den 3, after the class of 1959. wtiile* her day. Highlight. ,of thf 1awas Allhough"" the Mini-Putt grilled hot dogs and''other good! Winners in the Duplicate STORE

school St. Anne's Parish husband has recently been their visit to the Carrier Lake Carpet Golf Course was open things. Dianne Brokas'was I in I Bridge 'Club were: 1st Mrs. Wheeler's ServiceCo. I J I
Champlain just two days !
-- .. 'Astronaut one day'several weeks ago, for charge of refreshments, and. Alice.Ke hum. and(Mrs. George '
after Allan Shepard! I I
L_... L_h H I the benefit of the Cancer also conducted the short prayer I' Phelps; ,2nd, Mrs. Mary a PACKAGE STORE
McKAY AT KEYSTONE I naa oeen on it.; Tney also went Fund. the formal opening day service, assisted( y' Larry Cook and Miss Sallie Mans- COMPLETE SERVICE ON yen I ,3 A. M.-12 P. M: DAILY
aboard a destroyer, destroyer I 1 :. CLOSED
will ,be Saturday, May 13. Strawn. field; 3rd! Mrs. Bea Cooper. televisions; --Automaticyah-Ifj7 I SUNDAYS
To the Rotary Club for running the Fish Fry, l\fr. tender, and a tug-boat.' They Th should be extermely. The Palatka EYC in turn, and, Mrs.- Albert' Spires I ; 4th, JTS Electrical Appliances-Out-I! 9i11j :JogJ .j Cp'st. ne Melrose Highway

Paul Smysor for the use of Keystone Beach facilities had lunch'In, the mess hall popular)| on hot summer days,!,has invited the ]Keystone:"Melrose Mrs. Dorothy Scully and Mrs. board Motors-Welding ,-- -....... ..... -- .-.- -

the Clay Electric Cooperative for ,tjieir\!: .assistance ,. also and all'We saw sodie civilan jet planes, that and for \\foe'coursg .is laid out un-]!.I group to attend a "West- Pales.. Bpydl.: Granite 5-2401 Melrose [Largest & Most Complete Section REAL. ESTATE

the Mini-Putt\ Carpet Golf Course for open were there for the planes"fly-in." der some lovely old shade ern Night" dane arid flOOrshow l Beta Club Conventionriiein8efs ALL WORK GUARANTEED : of Greeting Cards and C.. J. Pete O'Connor

ing day receipts, the Volunteer Canvassers and They arrived back in Keystone trees. George LaRue, owner this Saturday nfght. of 't 1e'Melrose Serving Customers since 1947 Toys In This Area *:1 :: EALTOR'

generous donors of our community! \ our sincere! about 6 p. m. and proprietor" has all sorts of Saturday, May 13, i Ii the, regular Beta"ciub attended; the annual Between I' Keystone- and MeirosewirAcEsrv1.i iRedfearn's Keystone Heights I':. REAL
gratitude for your assistance in heIpi j us raise ':Cadets who went on the trip interesting gidgets and gadgets monthly work 'day for Beta C6nventlon,. .. at the George : -- MORTGAGES' .
along the that will in- the men of St. Anne's. They 'Hotel i ; "1 HARDWARE APPRAISALS
way in Jacksonville -
more than $800.00 for the AMERICA\ CANCER were. Harold Snellen": Rodney
Kfjstone Heights Phone 4297
titiue'ver one. asked at ,
While it is are to meet the parish last weekend. .
High- .
SOCIETY. The exact amount will be reported later. Paul Ward Bessette, David '. t" -
house at 9 with "' : 4-"I''.
test of skill
Schaeffer mostly a putting a. m.,equipped Uglits of the meeting were a -E--d
George Leath, Danny there Is still'an opportunity to' [Continued On Next Pate] talent show Brooklyn i ';:LYY H.CRAWFORD.
on Friday night
S. E. McKay Realtor Dodd Larry Charles, and ,' ,, '
-- -
Theron Hunter. get the ball into the air over! : .. -.., AppliancesHOTPOINT Supply HouseVARTUNG j

Associates: Mrs. Irene Brault Mrs. Melba Ilgen i See Gun CollectionAt water holes, and the sand traps.f APPLIANCES Re g.Beal Estate Broker
This is for all PAINTS
a game ages
Keystone Heights 3Q1, 4151, 2391 their regular monthly, and itf Maytag Washers and Dryers i Lake Properties Acreage -
is. an out-door sport [ Outside House Paint .
meeting, May 8, the CAP; It ZenithTV j Business City
with minimum So.let's .
efertion. Mildew Resistant '!
,| Cadets enjoyed seeing a collection -I t SERVICE. ON ALL MAKES: Homes Rentals
play'goU! SPECIAL. $4.95 GALLON !l"We Take A
of antique guns dating lerSt Il Heights; Phone 4252 Personal Interest
back before the Civil War, the I Womanless Wedding Keystone Heights, Phone 2741.1( In Your Requirements".

property of Major L. O. Baldwin .' Talent is always* entertaining -I BOATS 'eo. ... Midway i : Keystone Heights .

of' Melrose. Each boy got but there is nothing ,like!\ i :Melrose
m's Hardware
t to shoot'one ''of the pfstols, rising i local 'talent.. And the Woman-,I I HInay 21 Opeq SanclaYI-.

I wax-tipped bullets. less Wedding will be strictly, The.BOAT Barn & Supply I I GR. .5-2381
I McGlave To Head Lions local talent. The Order of I II w 1 ; "
I '
1 On Monday evening. :May 8. Eastern Star, Chapter 279 will i I i MELROSE- *; -GR 52011- j} Cement Blocks-Red PAINT Mix I RESTAUUTLawreiice' _
this t tfc ..
the Keystone) Heights 'Lions sponsor hilarious cere-1 !
8 I Club elected Charge MpGJave many on Friday and Saturday Cement Dinette
,I as" their! new president, at evenings May' 12 and 13, at 8)) PRUDE Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils: Short Orders Sandwiches

OREGON 1'their rgeular dinner meeting!p. !m.. in the Woman's C1ub., : .' ALS Meter Service Bottled and Draught Beers
' SERVICE .Melrose Phone: Gr. 5-5431:Sundays Too.
I held hi the Masonic Hall. Donations win be $1 for! Closed Mondays
Salem is the proud Capitol city with its new and The dinner was served by the adults,, and 50c for children up! [Kitchen Open 11.A. JI-9 P. M.

magnificent marble building wjjicji wa$ completed i].ladies of lbe"'J n1or :Woman's n.1* j I Ii-. -,1MB.-- .ER.,.---- ;t_Keystone Heights- Fla
in 1939. It is noted 'for its history.telling murafs ,Club. : Be sure you're' there when; ', t 4* I IT
and huge symboli figure of the pioneer. From the I First Vice President will be they play "Here Comes the) I i4 .awT1i$ I" JT*, 'vi ,.ow., At..C San' Lebrydo I DRIVE-IN

dome there is a beautiful view of the Willametlo I Tommy Mijlican. Dick SpenceThomas -Bride.... r. !' PLQRIST- I I l Lumber Co. 'White Top Drive-in I

Valley. Tours are available ;weekdays from'8:00': "will be SecoM "Vice1 Girl Scouts Give Dance t, We. Specialize in Custom ,;"A GOOn PLACE TO EAT

to 5:00 and on Sunday from noon until 5:00. The 'President. Secretary; will be The Community* "" Church educational -i Edna Williams ; 'Cut. Extra Lengths ,: Dinners, Sandwiches -
Joe Wildt; Treasurer, "George.jMassa. "building1 was the iI 'f I 1
country's greatest long fibre flax district and largest FLORIST NUR1SERY :t Materials Beer Sodu
Bill Beam arjd O. B. scene of a nice party on Friday!I iI 1! Take Out
hop i is Cement Mortar Mix- Orders-
here at Salem. FLOWERSfor
acreage Trips
made through the mills ; can bf ,j Lawrence were elected to the. .evening! when the Girl Scouts;i I AU Occasions1e1rose Sheet Rock Open 11 a. nLM4ntghti
some of and canning pl nth ,
j board for two-year terms. Troop 100 were hostesses to!f
i FUherman
!hMJll at'Middlebmr Yon
21 Catch
on Hrw. ,i andean
Phone 5-2331
which process-large amounts. of fruits J!rOWn. -- "'Y1. p.,!i W1lsOb .keystone Hgightf Bof cout : OR i
njaby. 'en
..:. "" .\ \:.. .P w '' Phone: BU 2-5722 I -Well CWk fem
Lion Tamer. while George Troop' 105 and the Melrose Boy PHONE .. 1 Rt 21 Between Keystone
Schaeffer win be the official Scout Troop at a folk and TWWO.43101 GAS-BOTTLED MILLWORK Heights A '

THE KEYSTONE TTE UIK 'Tail-Twister. Installation' will ,square dancing party. The -.-,.-. ,-- "":'-- I i Melrtaq I

'1n '.JulY.' paIty'as'aesu1tof a lot of Keystone Gas Co. i Keystone WELL: DRILLING /If

Mrs. Few Entertains ',work, and study: of the various *$, --.r i Millwork ShopCABL''ETS WELL _:: >

an u Wednesday i morning, :figures ete ThV girls even! Office 24 80Ub. SERVICE i DOORS DRILLING
MEMBER\ \ F..DJ.c.A May 3, Mrs. William Pew en- learned to call the figures $ : and School ,!(Je'4eSBRADFORJ.Climhi P31P8SERna
themselves. About 60 boys and PHONE 4391 WINDOW FRAMES
Friendly CKetonelljjhtjjjjjjj tertalned with .
a morntng caLkio' / ':, "') '
f'ia rirls' enjoyed the evening.MT SCREENS MATHEWSS5101
t'fi 1 '
on Franchised Distributor of
| fl* kJivcn ) Trim Materials(
DftveiT TlTe purpose i-it ;: NEWS : ThLE4RAPII., '_. Jt .... Sash*'Made'To Order i J D.rilling

aII party was to acquaint be-r.J St Wffi&m'i Catholic I .-..: '....._r"; t: .io:': "T IV'" P- G': Keystone Heights I J.fELROSE GR S-5101
.. ifriends with. some of the newer We are grateful -to ail -the __ !, ;.";.. : ,*" i ,f\ *** --.. ., ....It .
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YVVYYYyyyyyyyyyyyvYVyf Dee Dee Hardenbergh, and Personals
Young Churchmen. Tampa are visiting friends and YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE NOTICE
Chris Spires. Mr and Mrs. C. R. Muffley relatives here this week. Notice i. hereby given that the following described lands will bo
:; KEYSTONE The EYC meeting at 6:30: : Holy Days -7:30 a. m.'Holy sold at Public Auction on the Ut day of June 1961,'at Starke, the
, p. and new son Justin of Mait- Gloria and Roselee McKinney LEVEL
Communion. v County of Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes
;HIGHLIGHTS m. in the parish house will include land were visitors in Keystoneon Third Wednesday _. Parish attended a party at the home of'i' herein and advertising.set opposite to the same together with all costs of such sale

a talk on career guidanceby Saturday, April 29, at the Covered Dish Supper, '6:30: p.. Mr.. and Mrs. George Tyson in I By Mrs. J. E. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA UrterlptloB S. T. R Arrt Owner Taxes:

,14..a..a..a.I. .. .aa.& Mrs. Ruth Sawyer Alachua home of Mr.: Mulfley's aunt, m.: Gainesville Friday night. NEVi of XEU N &
<('I County guidance counselor. All Mrs. M.'L. Beasley. E of River 4 7 19'S Cellon 2.4S
R'D & Corthy
,(Continued from Preceding Page) Vlfte Rev. ,Millard, Brey- Visitors at the home of Mr. and
high school and junior high
; Mrs.,Earl Shaw of Wildwoodhas fogle Vicar. Mrs. ,John McKinney during the It was nice to,see the large attendance Com at Intec ot S
Brakes, hoes, mowers, and. rags. school-age youngsters hi the been visiting her to sis- weekend were Mr. and Mrs.. John- at church last Sunday. Line of St Rd 100
Services on Mother's Day, area are cordially invited. ters in this ,area, Mrs. Gertrude with E Line of :
fit. Wtfflam's CathoBe '
Chapel ny Willis of Jacksonville, Mr. and Rev.'W. E. Hall was in the pulpit.
, i Sunday, May 14, will be taken The regular monthly parish Link of Lake _i Geneva, and Keystone Heights : SWU of SEA run
The Heart
rover Mrs. J.,D. McKinney:and Mr. and of Florida Youth W along Rd 90 ft .
by the young people. The supper will be held at 6:30: p. Mrs. M. L. Beasley of Key- Mrs. Leonard ,McKinney, all of Fellowship hold its next meeting to POB thence

.Wunior Choir will sing, and the .' m. Wednesday May 17. Host- ,stone. Last Tuesday, en routeto Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. E.i in the Fundamental Baptist thence cont Wstly 210 Ft

: service will be conducted by I' esses will be Mrs. W. N. Har- Birmingham to visit. her Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. B. McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Church at Branford on June 9. Rt Angle Sothly to Rd at ', ,' ..'-

t Nancy O'Connor, Reba Hall, denbergh and Mrs. E. Dors. A daughter, Mrs. Shaw rode as Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. Millard Varnes of Sampson. Mr. and Mrs: T. N. Norman and 230 Ft thence Est- :
!Larry Strawn Dianne Brokas. guest speaker is promised. far Tallahassee Confessions before all Mauea. ly & Parallel to
ti as with Mayor
, j I son, Gerald, and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Rd 210: Ft thence .
- __ Baptisms, marriazea and IDItruct10nl
n Beasley, her brother-in-law -
VYYVVYYYYYYYVVYYYVVYYYTVCLAY Rae of Heilbronn Springs, Mr. and Nthly 230 Ft to

who has been:a frequent visitor by appointment. Mrs. A. R. McRae and son, Buddy, POB 2 f 20 1 BUI Banks nn

in Tallahassee since Legis- I I HILLBy were among those attending the SW%i of SW24 15 ;'I 20 49 J H Bullird :?.3i
lature has started. COMMUNITY CHURCH NEtt of NE 4 & '
McRae family reunion at Dade
We are sorry to hear that Memorial Park; near Bushnell last NH of SW% E of
VOTE DRY Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA River 21 I 29 to J H Billiard 42.25in
Priscilla Dodd has a broken. A. C. Holt, Minister Sunday. ,
Lot 6 of Blk 16 In .
I Mrs. J. L. Hetherfoftoa Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson Town of New River
arm.Mrs. .
Edith Brantley, Mrs. Organist and Choir Directer. spent the weekend at Matanzas 23.24 9 2C t Jessie Matthews
Ricde Johns fell and 'curt. his
Lot 4 of BLK 32 in .
Edna Beasley, and Mrs. Brant- Sunday School, 9:30: a. m. Morn- River near Hastings.
Town of New
leg on a piece of old exhaust pipe.
BEe A USE. ley's son Charles Brown were ins Worship, 11:00: a. m. The place seems to be healing Jimmie McRae, daughter of Mr. er %3.%& 20 Jessie Sewell Est 1.11
in St. NW% of J H Bullard 2263
Petersburg on business and NW4 2> C 29 40
Mrs. J. {
nicely for such a deep cut. E. McRae celebratedher Lots 1 2 S S of River '
last week. While in St. Peters- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 9th birthday last Saturdaywith Ex S% of Lot ,
burg, Mrs. Beasley visited her KEYSTONE Nellie Wilkinson is slowly improving I&: Ex RIW *
: party. 9571
in health, getting she Ex borrow pit SO I 20 175 J H Bullard
brother, T. W. Whaley, and so
THAT her sister, Mrs. Russ Deegan, J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph can walk around the place again. James McRae, son of Mr. and (Continued on next page)
and their families. Copeland, Minister of Music and This is really good news, since she now out of
Ladies church organist. was in such bad shape for a while. the Navy and on his way to Con-
who attended the
necticut where he has
,DRINK. a Job wait-
Altar Society installation din- Services: SUnday' School 9:45a. : Margie Griffis was able to attend ing. Fir Liability Life

ner in Starke Sunday evening m. Morning Worship, 10:50: a. Sunday School and teach her

were Mrs. Emery Cooper, Mrs. m. Training Union, 7:00 p. m. class again last Sunday. As we Constant Service

Vote Dry Because: Harold Sutton, Mrs. William Evening services 8:00: p. m. You were unable to be there becauseof IB The 1: :

Davie, Mrs. Lena Clemens are invited to share family Prayer sickness, we are really glad Judicial Circuit Clrcnlt Court Of The Of The State Eighth Of '

Florida pays over $11,000,000 a year for child sup Mrs. Theron Whidden, Mrs. time with us.Faith. that she was back. We were in Florida In :lad For Bradford Over 60 Years
Coaatr, IB Chancery.No i
Mrs. George Schaeffer, Mrs. bed most of the day and believeit E
port caused by drinking parents.Vote .
or not, Jim has been Mid-State
Jim Gaboardi, Mrs Betty Presbyterian having K. Homes, Inc., a Florida
Godley, Miss Anna McCul- Church, Melrose P. duty for a few days. Jackson Corporation and, Plaintiff Marie va Jackson Andrew'. his'
Dry Because: lough, Mrs. Casper Brune Sunday services-Church School, Anyway the preacher told us wife defendants.NOTICE OF SUIT

Mrs. Poole Mrs. Ella Andre, 9'45 a.m. Worship 11am there were around 50 in Sunday The State Of Florida
Morning ,
Over 85 per cent of men in Florida prisons admit Mrs. Benedict Finzer, and School and 80'in church, but I To: Andrew Jackson and Marie
Rev. Neale Jr.
James R. pas Jackson, hia wife, whose residence
I Mrs. Joe Murelli. forgot to ask who won the banner. is Unknown.You V
that became involved in crime of tor.
they because
Among those who attendedthe Shirley Padgett Willie's wife Are Hereby required to file

drinking habits. duPont Social Club partyat TRINITY EPISCOPAL has been very sick and had to be any your, answer in the above or written proceeding defenses with if

the Enlisted Men's Club taken to the home of her mother, the Clerk of this Court and to

last Friday evening were Mr. CHCftOl MELROSE Mrs. Godwin, at Maxvillc to be tiffs serve attorney a copy thereof, whose upon name the and Plain-address -

Vote Dry Because: and Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. Sundays --11 t. m., Church taken care of.:We hope she's much the 1' appears day of June hereon 1961.on or before I Support

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tolford, School 11:15: a.m.. Morning Prayer better by now. The nature of this proceeding: being -
The American Medical Association estimates that Mr. and Mrs: William Beam, a suit for foreclosure on a mor-
and Sermon (First Sunday The last we heard from Ernie tgage on the following described

40 cent all accidents Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGlave, Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Epiaco- Padgett his legs were still in casts real property lying and being in PRIVATE ENTERPRISE
per of highway are caused by Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Widegren Bradford County Florida, to-wit:
I pa) Young Churchmen. and he was still in bad condition Begin in the N\V corner and go
alcohol. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George I Holy Daya 10 a. m. Holy Some had asked me why he Is in South 100 ft. for point of beginning
Schaeffer, and Mr. and Mrs. thence go East .75 ft. to a point
Communion.The casts. I understand they were used thence South 100 ft. to a. point
Rodney Carden. Rev. Millard H. Breyf ogle, in connection with the operation thence West 75 ft to a point The Principle Which Made Our
Vote Dry Because thence North 100 ft. to point of be-
: Susie Whidden entered st. Vicar.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1. just how I cannot say. Irene is ginning. The above being a part of
Vincent's Hospital in' Jack- staying with him a good part of the following Southwest Quarter of Country Great!
Liquor causes Florida workers to lose $75,000,000a Southwest Quarter of Northwest
sonville the first of the week
I Quarter, except right of way. Section
for surgery on her eye. She is I 25, Township B South. Range
year through lost time. Remember Homecoming Servicesat 22 East Containing 10 acres more
the younger daughter of Mr. Long Branch Church next Sun- or less. b recorded in Deed BookS WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS
and Mrs. Theron Whidden. THERESSABy Page 689, Bradford County Florida
day. We do not promise to be .
Vote Dry Because Young
: Hetherington there as both Jim and I are a lit- Done and ordered at Starke,
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Heth- Ruth Griffis Bradford County. Florida, this 29 Think
tle the weak side and not
Liquor wrecks homes. Liquor wrecks lives. Liquor erington, celebrated his birth- may day of April 1961.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHomecoming be able to make it, but hope (SEAL:; ) SLADE GAS
day at The Happy Hour Charles A. Darby
drags men's souls to Hell.VOTE Nursery School last week. \ Announced everyone: else can go. There will Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 ofYour
service By Marian Crosby
be a baptismal near the
Mrs. Gordon Admes was a- Sunday, May 14, is Homecoming Deputy Clerk
Long Branch Church at 3:30 Sunday -
M. Hobbs
ssisted by Billy's'moth r and Day at Hope Baptist Church afternoon, and the public is Attorney for PlaintiffP. Business is Appreciated
and the following schedule will O. Box 3285
Mrs. Huntley Redfearn, in seeing -
invited to attend. Tampa 1. Florida
DRYBECAUSE that the 'children had a be observed: Sunday school, 10 6.4 4t Ii."01,..:

a. m.. Dale Bradley, superintendent ,
lovely tune.All of Billys v
; Song Service, 11 a. m. Morning -
classmates were:.his guests.ST. -
Message, ((11:30: a. m. Basket

ANNE'S EPISCOPAL dinner at the church 1 'p. m., followed rT AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I IIu

You don't want to be a party to this evil. CHURCH KEYSTONE singing by in a the time afternoon.of fellowship Evening and I

Sundays900a.: nv Church Message, 7:30 p. m. Everyone ".
School 9:30: a. m. Morning I invited to attend.: J r- ; 1

Fred Dodd Building Contractor I Prayer and Sermon list and Revival Scheduled AUTO GLASSMauldin's AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES

3rd Sundays Holy Communion Revival services at. Hope Bap- I

]. 6:30: p. m. Episcopal tist Church (will start :Monday, TRANSMISSIONS Lillian jf Music Store

May 15, and will be held each Auto ,Glass I Electric Motor "Gainesville Leader" Since 193JKRAKAVER

a day during the.week at 7:45pm.. Repair Co. WINTER-CABLB
Rev. Allen,Price of Raifor4 Baptist -
will be the evangelist.
Windshield.& Door) Glass Service & Repairs-Work COMPLETE ELECTRIC. MOTOR CHORD ORGANS- 8151-975
Special music and singing will befea.tured I
Replaced In Any Make Guaranteed SALES AND SERVICE Guitars Drums> Sheet Music
at each meeting, and
I Car Or Truck "Distributor of Budge q
the public is invited to attend.
I We Handle Saftey Glass Lamar Pearson i New Lincoln Motors"FR ffl5931

Cottage prayer services prior to FR 6-2558 2-8318 112 S. E. First, Galnesvll1s
the revival /were held at the Er

)I, ;. 9 L' nest Triest home Monday night, 1314 S. Main Gainesville 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville 1030 8. Main Gainesville OPTICIAN

and another is scheduled for Fri
day night at the Fred Dodd homeIn
AUTO SALES &: SERVICE Beckum's Opticians
o : : :., Keystone Heights. AUTO
Z ,, Personals I Llndiey L Beeknm, R. 0.

Mrs. James H. Breeden and Mrs. IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Rush's Tractor Co. Inc. Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repairs)

Ernest Triest spent Friday after PLYMOUTHVALIANT Baker Auto Trim Artificial Eyes Prescriptions

ith noon in Jacksonville. Authorized SalesPartsService.. NEW HOLLAND Filled Promptly

." Sgt. and Mrs. David Brannen L HawesPowersMotor CUSTOM INTERIOR'TRIM ALLIS CHALMERS 22 W. University FR 14M.

and son of Ft. Benning, Ga. spent MASSEY'FERGUSONFarm Gainesville, FU.
Co. Headliners Ana Rests -
y b i0 iA> y-r d the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I''
r e C tK Clyde Hersey. Mr. Hersey is Mrs.Brannen's FR 2-2581 HOOT Mats Upholstering Equipment And Tractors POWER SAWS

$ i : .' father. Saturday eve 284 N. Main. Gainesvffia Lowest Prices FR4-4385

Vk : J ning they all enjoyed a family Used Cars 312 N. Maffi, FR 2-3226 Archer Rd. Gainesville McCULLOCH

YIta ; reunion and, fish fry. Mr. and PR 6-3409 1631 5. University Ave. Gainesville CHAIN SAWS

Mrs. Donald Hersey and childrenof NEW-USED SAL -SERVW31
Saw Co.V
a H@i children of Jacksonville, Mrs. L. COMETFITRENAULTAuthorized COMMERCIAL

rYt V. Williamson and children of Key Sales-Service, Parts REFRIGERATION I Johnson & Fans, Inc. PR 6-3411
2538 N. E. 19th Dr.
stone Mrs.
Heights, and LacyWynn Trained llechanbGood Complete Line of

were among those present Used Cars SEEDSPLANTSFEBTIIJZEES
A 'W' 'y.Y Mrs. James A. Davis and Mrs. SEWING MACHINESSinger
Barkley Motors Refrigeration '
Harvey Vaughn visited Mr.
F'J Insecticides-Pet Supplies
615 N, Main Gainesville
give Vaughn at the University Medical Service Co. 'We Rent Fertilizer.Spreaders' Sewing

K Center in Gainesville Sunday .224 N. W. 8th Ave., FR 2-0476 Machine CenterUsed

afternoon. B. & G. Motor Co. Inc. Gainesville, Fla. '
Sidney Owner Singer
a. Mrs. W. W. Packham fa in Leopold, Sewing Machines
HHLMANOLDSMOBILE Commercial Befrieenrttea Many One Of A Kind
a where she was called
.M 'eBr by the serious illness of her, brother CADILLAC Air Conditioning LADIES WEAR Starting At $'.!5
Frifidaire lee Makers FR 6-6310
r Mr. TriestD.
4' Authorized 'Sales Service Parts
J. Phillips of Gainesville FR. 6-7515 Sold And Serviced Anytime: 216 W. University Gainesville
,.- Gainesville FR 2-8392 Cherry's
( -' visited here last Saturday.J. 115 S... W, Second Gainesville
Heights FR 6-7700 Gainesville's Most Fashionable
A. Gnann attended the Con
} 0 tennial festivities at Maoclenny Address For Ladies SPORTING GOODSThis

: e 1eQatrik last Saturday and rode in the Sales VOLKSWAGEN Service Parta CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST DRESSES SUITS COATS
parade with the Bradforl County ACCESSORIES
Area's Most
Complete Line!
Sheriffs Posse. MillerBrownMotor. THAT ALL YOUR 105 W. University Gainesville of
Sporting Goods at
., Inc.
X w
Tasteful and welcome electrical gifts have lasting value... -yyyyyyyyyyy.------------.--.-.y.y..yy.-- FR 2-3532- THE BEST FROM MEN'S WEAR Jimmie Hughes, Inc.

t1 joyed long after.others are forgotten. iSo t tr 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville Edwards
.<1 GRAHAM Building Silverman's 1113 W. University Gainesville

:: be a thoughtful giver! See the marvelous selections for mom, 'I Supply Inc.
a occasion'at Mrs. John McKtnnetAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjj Montgomery Pontiac, apparel for Men and Women SHOES

your electric appliance: ,__ 726 S. Main FR 2-444 Our new Store next to
Inc.. Gainesville, FU. Florida Theatre Bobs Shoe StoreShoes
And for thatretJIly Special Gift: may we suggest a nameless electric FORMAL WEAR RENTALS for The Entire Family

:','\ dryer, or dishwasher, or automatic range Or TV set, or other Frazier Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. PONTIAC -GMC TRUCKS I FORTUNE FOR MEN
over weekend
major electric appliance to lighten work and lighten leisure % were B. M. C. SPORTS CARS DOORS WINnows' GAINESVILLE, FLA. a CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
Mr. and
"" ,.., Y.. Mrs. Robert C. Frazier
f "" .. Authorized SaIesParta8erJ1ce '
and '
< daughter Gloria of Mobile
w Jean -
\ ))1 FR 2-2585
\ Bags Millenary Acce odes
rp 4 --' Ala., ,Charlie Frazier of Mi- 220 N. W. 8th Ave.. Gainesville Florida JalousiesOF MOVER 21 W. University Gainesville
; itIatEJ Mme ess ami and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
-._ -. ..._ : -

0tlW Sunday guests of Mrs. Kate Crane Motor Co. WINDOWS -DOORS

RIDA POWER V.- & LIGHT COMPANY 1 I Starling were Mr. and Mr*. Ernest ,. IABKANGu.'ESGUSH \- ALUMINUM AWNINGSPalm Gainesville MayflowerLOCAL Jack and JillA

2i. )) \ ._+ IIII"f Ortagus and son of Jacksonville, FORD Beach Awning Windows AND LONG DISTANCE Complete Line of .,

Mr. and Mrs. N. Starling of.Gainesville Authorized Sales &Service' AU Meet; A.W JLA. Specification* MOVINGStorage' I Yams Needlework N U.>Io

m g)' Earl Starling of Jackson- "Complete Service for AU Makes" Write Or Call For Estimates I Free InatnietioneToysGame.Doha.Jio1&lee

=e, r e ville and Mr. and Mrs. Roy star- 506 E. University Are. FR 2-4251 FR 6-8215 And Crating I

+ ling.Mr. Gainesville, Fla 1817 Hawthorne Rd., Gainesville Gainesville FR 6-5224: 625 W. University Gainesvilll
: and Mrs. B. S. Surrency of

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: {Continue. d "'i'OiBtteCealn i r Pate Deeerlptlo. 8. T. It Acres O'an Taxes Drxrriptlon S. T. R Acre Owner Taxes DriM-rlptleB Com at Ins of W' 8. T. R Acre Owner Taxes
r ,. T. R AcreQ', u Taxes of XE!{ ofSE1t E3 A of SH of /\\" of ST RD
Ex ,
, ,I-A. In i SEU! of SAV'4 of 5- 100 &: S line of

Com\ at SE .Cor of SE, Cor 26 5. 22 9 Robert White 1.11 SWU :22! 6 22 .3 C A Crum 8.34 NAVU! of XE4! '

BLK 17.. A run X Run W to A Pt 465 ;. SH of SW!. of run X 355' for !ri: .
7D) Jt, for a Pt of 'Ft W of St Rd 200 -'" ? NKU& of SAVU! Ex POB Cont X on

Beg thence run Wi Then run. Sly 719 ... .r.- PAR, sold 22. 6 22 3 John Williams Est. 3.S7 RD 100', AV ParSee
: ft
51ttN30ft5( ;; to W R18t Line 300 Sely
4 i "i b W 135'
of that \
ft S 30 ft to rOB Rd :00 then Cont ; port A Par to Rd 100'

i.i Ward City S 7 20. W..C Stklriaklr'< %1.48 Rd Son 200.11,W Side ft of then St ? ..... \r '.,t. ...::.. '.. .'" ','.. ,,_.. .,.,..' :- of SAV&SH!. of Nor SE!#Gr of '. E 300' to rOB 15 I 22 iMarshall. P Floyd. 8S.33,
: -
lA' in SW Cor of' I" "t ',, 'W'of. SAVU ofXAVU '.
SWU Sq of XWU X E to E line of SW ,. '. 'n s' <; ." r. ltd 23 6 2222. -. Gerald I Crawford 6.61 & AVH of .
!i of SW then N .. 5 5 Lot 5 of Blk 2 !In *>* "
of t AV of NWU of SWU!
Rd .
t 1 E Z Tetitone 4.37 900 tt to POB Ex .' S '. Bradford Hgts S!
Ditch 14 2s Ex Kasement.SEU 18 7 22 40 Edward AVaasermaa :S f8
Rd E J Whelan D Ex S 110'EH a A Moore 23.93
1 Lot %10' Sq in SW S 250 ft of 94.11 of of Jacqueline of SWU 19 7 22. 40 James"r M Eogere_ .27.33
sE1ofNE XAVU T j
Cor of AVH of XH Cora at SW Cor of
of SEU of XAVU, .5- i !1' 1 Thomas S Hogsed Jr 3.87 !{, of SEI4 26 S 22 4 Naomi-Tisdale 5.n .SEU of XEU! Ex SEU or '$EI4 A

All SWU of XEU S '3.4 of Wli flf SW X 105: tt' 28 6 5 Margaret Ray Colley 8..of run X 378 Ft tor e

which lies SAW: 'f'. 'a ot NW1. 27 ; 522 15 Jimmy IL Johnson 1.U EH of SEU of a POB then 2

of St Rd Xo. S229 t. W% of NEI4 or XE .. SEU of XEU Ex _, 314 Ft X 75 ffW .
&: X of A'anderbllt t4 of !\;Ei :7 3.. > 22 S 11 T Hamilton IU, : W 1A 28 6 .%% t Mrs. W T Tompkins 46.20 I 314 tS 75 ft to WHer Wllliiniion 1T.03

&: Xewnlvt'r E!% of XEI-i of SE ..' ',. W 66 ft of SEU of *q. P.. ... .
5 5
ltdNW' 31 5 %1 10 L G 7.61 .'4 27 .5 22 SEU! of XEU! 28 6 22.' 1 Percy Sullivan 36.79 1HA in SAV cor of -
of SEU &: S ." ; E : of SW's of SE 20 E.J Whela.n. .. Est, %3.43 Lots 8 & !9 of Elk S \ XAVU of SEU! & ,
1 A. Salazar 54.62 .- 't.t"e f- : C in 1HA in NW Cor c. -X
45' of AV 825' U i % 40 Ray Blanding SD. ':* S R Johns Jr. 23.43 :-
4. '
%S .
Com at XE Cor of H ; a. 2! "2OO L.C Clemons 36.18Vt of SAVU of SEU :.. ;{:. '. '
\ Property Bnd .
as .
of 5-E5!. of SW .
: being 185 Ft E &
j H of XWU of ; :' kof foil "
J; & EL .of .SlU-I'. .. g. on X by Blk 11"f; ,
xrun S 150'for : ... a .;; W by 300 ft X & .
, 105' SW'.' Ex 1.in ..' "j" Ii. 'I AV by Church St S < .SCom 20 1 22..'->-3 Lula Banks Eat 10jf
POD. ,a : vW NW Cor of E'4 of :1'1=. by Blk 12 & K ,' -' Cor of -T221 -
at XW
105' X 103'. E ,
by Water St "
J E Garrison 5,37 :iWI"i; of SW4? of l in .'
105' to POR 1'1:! (rig.. Town of 5- 5 SAVU JEU fc
or Church
28 Ii. 22 \ run E 155 ft for .
29' Etal
C Moody M1 ,
Lot 17 of Blk 1 ', Starke W
1 lot 131.85 300
Muriel Aintlie .1i.U' 60' X &S by POB then S ft,
Crosby Lake Shores 5:)' ..& W in fAt .. .' ',, '- ,". Lots 5 & 7 of Plk K 109 ft. X 300 ft, ,;-
l.ot .6 of BLK 15 S of Pee evlfe 13 In Orlg Town W to FOR 20 7 Jesse Alexander Eat 16.52

Crosby Lake Shores Euftlc S Gunter S.tl Itf'g' %00' W df NE of .Starke' 4 : Mrs W T Marshall la 7.5g SEU: of XEU 21 7 22 40 Robert E Bell Jr 103.73

S 3." of EH of XE Cur 3i 5 22 Howard Hamilton H.'.O Lot 3 of Blk 2 in .' SWU of XWU 22 7 22 40 Robert E Bell, Jr. 4.93

!| A '' XEU of SEU.Ex Lots 10, 11. 13 35 5 22 15 Scot Strong Est 2093 L T & Cos S/D Louvenia Robinson 5.61 IA Sq lies W of Gr :.

MMnentCom 11* 1' .21 100 Edward, Wasserman. =%4.40 l'lW{ of 3Et+ Lot 2 of Elk 12 in Rd InE ('nr'of .
; of. '. L T 28 7 22 1 Leroy Rhoden 6.11
On AV Aldf. of ; N'SVi Es 1.In & Cos SID of XEU afW't

Rd 200 on S Hide "t"' :; : XW Cro .Ex 2A Lots 1 A 2 of Elk ? '{*' ,?. J W Robinson. 10.J 1 1 Trianuglar Lot .

of Ry in SWU of ,1.: in' SW Cor 3S 5 23 7 Henry Brown 6.61 15 in L'T A Cos De!!('. DR 8S- 55 5

XKU A run AV ; EW' of :!:"'n; of 5 SD iAV 'Mack Coleman :23.93! 245Lot'4 !.9, 7 %J. Roy ,James. JohnS. 1057i
5SW y -< .1 j.< t y. %
196! ft a 312 ft. 6! of Blks 15 A :
in Mt Vernon
!, 35 5 22 20 Eva Roberts %3.43
Ely 137 ft to Rd, { 16&E'.i of Lots 1 ,
SID 29 7 22 .. Emma Haynes E.t. 10.67
X .237 ft to POI' 21 '7' ty1 1 D L Thomas 14.35 1A-in XW Cur of A of RIb 17 & 18 .
.sEi of NSS'li 35 5 3.93' Lots 4& t* SID of ... "
Com at Int of S line 1 Charlie lae Hamilton in L T A Cos S/D Mary Coleman 11.07 XH of XEU of

XAVU; of .SE!: & ._ Y Com at NW Cot of .: E 38 Ft of Lot 3 ofBlk XAVU Ex: Rd 29 7 22 a Clemon Alexander 10.57

W Bdry of at RD SEL of S\\.I. run 1$ in L T &
E liii// ft to Rd 200 -\11.S\\I. of XWU .' .1 ,
%00. X on Rd 46i.l Cos S/D Enoch
'For POB. X 153 hi" S Wf'ly along Rd .' ..t .r Tyson 32.81 X of Ry Ex R/W
N 30 ft of Lot 4 of
& Ex E 858' in
W 198.5: Sly 203'X .. \ :345 ft to rOR ,
79 Degi 40 ,jnm ., : .' ... .. Cont S along Rd '''_ ., Cos Blkl8inLT&. : '\ City of Hampton 29 7 22 4 J S Meads22 4.37

E 184' K>POB 24 7 ;..J10A 2 1 \ John Hof erHi '( 115.53 4t. tt W 213! ft S/D Alberta Watkins 12.79! All of SAVU of ... .

SW of f t,...,;.. X 439 ft.. E 331 '.'s.- .w.,".. ...&... A,n.. Lots 3, 4. of Elk 40 S XWU X of Ry Ex :
'XEU In of NFtW cor .:: ." '.' ft to' POE S G :2 3 Joseph H. Gumber :26.90E4 in L T & Cos S/D Lilly & Lonnie Jackson R/AV Ex W 462'Com 29 7 13'. .j S. Mvads; S.Si

of Branch & R'" '*',.i of Wtt of SW'1 Hicks 10.57 on X side of y :

of XAVU of N'EtlA ': r i :." Of SW!, 4 6 22 19. Jordan 1.. Brantler 54,62'XE X50ft of Lot 2 of G:S: A F Ry on E

R%. of XEU &: E :! : !4 of XEI"i E of ,. 5- 151k 47 in L T & side of SEU of '

XWU of SEU! 30 7 :21 150 ."I, Margaret" Martinean 33.34 of 8t Rd 16 't. U t Leo T Sullivan 5.11 LotCos S/D of Hazel Williams 15.02 NF'i & run X 362 a:'.
48 in '
itVb' 130 ft to ,
Lot Iii 16 in Wei of XW!' of ; t c. .. :
: L T & Cos S/D '
Harold Starltng Rd. Sbalong Rd
Woodlawn 13 i 22 20 11.85 NW's E of St John H Hicks
.i Rd 18 I I 22. 8 45.70 .
Leo T. Sullivan 90.26 Lots 2 of Blk 48 in 310 ft to Ry .5 5 .' ::
Lots 7. 8. 9. 10-4-X: .1'. AIIN'j Wof1ty& LT & Cos S/D' .. along X side of Ry 4'S5.5: : \: ; :: : ,

lawn H of 23 Ex In R/W Wood-StET i ,. .. R/W E or Rd 13 Ex WH' of Lt 1 of Blk 5- 5 Sallie A Joe Williams S 14.53 2S9 ft 30 7 22 'l JS Heads 6.17., .

.. 10 6 n 37 Irs. R A GritIs Est 1O&S2o'of AVH Com at SK cor of '

drainage ease ,. .. : 5 13.71 of Lot 2 Blk 10 L S. SEU of XEU! then '
& borrow
ment .
I 22 45 JPSullivAn29.88 Corn at SW ('or of T Cos Add run X 225: : PORe .
18. ,
,pit easement' .-t.; of. SW!. of 5 'Farmer's Supply |6.80 AV 750' X 235. E '
I Lot .. .
7 of Blk .
Com lit SW Cor of NW'! &: run X ; .. 27 in 750'S 225' to FOB 31 7ff' 'lf E -j 1 B" Oliver' **" 7.U

11'"I i-of NEU of .. ...........:..- ;. _. .._.._ .." -.., 401)" for POI, E Temples AddPep liable Sullivan201.63 SI:!.. of SE!. Ex 5A ;

XWU & run X toN 2110', X 101) W at XE Corof in ,. .'-j., / ." ,jSP .
SW Cor & Ex -
Rrw of St Rd :10O'! S 100' To SE!{ of XEU! run ; IA in XE '
Cor &
For POR Cotit Non pon It strip IS' AV 335 ft S 330: ft ,. Ks
i.In SK Cor
W' line 417.5' E N to POE then E 139
k S B
., for access '
& Ex Ry Ex X :
20J.75'. S 41':..1tn to'Rd ft S 50 ftY 130 .' ., 1 "
10' 22 John E :McRae 9.11 220' W of Co Gr ,: ;.' 5 5 '
X edte of R/AV W S of ft X to FOB 29 6 23" Lela 5
S"'I Buckles
5 22 2 Eugene Brewer Et Al 6.87 of .16.5! Rd 35 7 22 27 J.A' Gnann 20.11
to POD 18 .
Com at XE '
SW Cor of .
!, of .
NE1i & "
'Lot 46 in Wood- 1 ) : I'' ,1 S% or SE's of SE: SEU of NEIL & Comatlnt.line of Ely ','! .'.,0 ,,, ''i.. <".. .. ; '

lawn vEU 13 5' ., 2! 10 M J Johns. 7.84 14 of NW14' 15 6 22 10 Wesley 11 Luke .3.83 run W 350 Ft S R/W 100 & Sec of Line Rd

of XWU of SE .. roW '. i j 1.\ In SW Cor of ". 165 ft for a FOR run N on Sec line '

'4 '. 22 3. :: 22.peirrlytloa ." .. 10 Elizabeth'Prince, ,. ..Bartell' 7:34 SE!, or SW! 16. 22 1 Kenneth Bagwell 3.37 Thence 150 X S 50 50 ft ft, W E < ::100"Y 109' to ... ,

Com at Int of Who W 3A of SWIG of 'J ISO ft to FOR 29 6 '" 1:1RW': like of .
R/AV of St Rd !IIO SW?. or SEl!4 16 6 22 S Ezra 22 L. M. Gatlin. 33.29 RD 100 Son
Bagwell 10.06 Lot in SAV Cor of P :22! J D Terrell 39.7JClark"Coiemih
A SH-. nrwt -, R/AV 334' to POP 35 7 U
r S2.of 8E!, of : Lot
4 of Elk ;
For Rd: ItS PORe run S: 15 S deg 3fO : .. ..: { 1' "' ,\. \ SW?& of -"'I". 11 6 =2' 5 Minnie Lou Desue H.5 100' X & S by 125' Lot 23 on Lakeviewof .
Crystal Lake .
.. 2A .' '
XE in
Cnr Caskin'S
K1 0' E 75' to ot Hmesites lI.n
I<;!= or NII!. of 0SEI Add 5 .
POE 23 5 22 Daisy Boch.. r 8.11 5- James W Thomas 11.56
i h' -- ,. 210ftE& Lots 5 & 6 of Blk B : Lot 34 on Cypress ,
Elk 14 Ex Lot 7 In ,., y t. Wby 410ft x Ii I ;.;.' in Pinehurst S/D ., Xannie of Crystal Lake '
Town, Lawtey W S ? Graham Sanders Homesites E C Allen 8.S4
18 6 22 2 William -
of Ry Earl Prevatt. 11.06 Tyson Jr 4.47 : 37.29 Lot 40 ')n Cypress of
W220 ft of NE5of Lots 1 through 66 in
SU of Blk 25 iniSltr'; ? (?; 4? Crystal Lake '
Lawtey W of Ry,3. .' George F Young 10.06 S\V!. 18 6 22 7 Dorothy &: Jennie Hall 6.15 Parkwood S/D Ex Homesiies!! Fred R Potter I.U

E'4 of XE! ofE'l Port Lots 7. 18 & i Lot 43 on Cypress! of '. ... .. .
Half Blk 6 In town $ Ex 2.-\ In NE 19 Conveyed JQ \ .. 4J '. '. Crysal Lake ,
. .
(of Lawtey AV of City & Ex Lots .
.. Cor 18 6 2l 18 Homesitps : Mrs End E Spark* 8.34
Ry : '"': -.!I Earl Prevatt ,' 4.37 Lot 1 of Elk 1 In Ernest DE'Il 13,68 51., 52 53' 54. 56,. ,' .V. "* Lots 57, 59. 61 on
Lot. 7 of ." 1 ; : r & 57 Lifetime .
Plk 13 :a ", : Greencrt's SID :, Const. Co. 262.04 Cypress! of Crystal ,

,Lawtey Eof' Ry .: :!" .' : Wilbur Jenkins 5.61 LotI of Ernest E Tanner. 18.98 Lot. 51 in ParkWoodts.. 4J2 '. Lake Homesites Michael Sdfkii for
2 In .
Lot 1 S/D of Lot W f :"' rf.. .. Sunny 'eres S/D. '.: F W Developers, Inc 219.45 1 t. J. D. Patterson.

IS la town of a' "< S.-. : Beg SW ., Annie Jane Dell n.38. Lot 52 in Parkwood 'T : *'* Lot 8 on Palm ofCrystal ". 'i.. t' ;
at '
Lawtey E of Ry 'w. J. Barb'er) 8.84 XE!4 of 8\\,1.Cor or ; .u'. I I S/D -;" .... F W Developers, Inc 219.45 !! Lake

Lot 2 In Blk 161n . S 305 ft. $:ely run ...:'', tl .<, ,i. .Lot 53 In Parkwood 't HomeMtes Ss lured G Geske U4

iLawtey E of RyOti z % 'I1arr; KittIes 5.61 43.3 ft, S In 'ft, : S/D F W Developers, Inc 219.45 N 100 ft of S 525 ft

.>. Lot 100 ft E A ''W 347 ft to POR "' i Lot 54 in Parkwood of that port of r .
'W by 274 Ex S/D t XEU of XWU AV ;
tt X A S 1 Lot In NWCdr
F W Developers Inc 219.45 of Rd 12 t 23 t Elizabeth J Lanagan U.O.
In .
SW .
Cor of Lot17ExS137ftIn 75' ft X & S Lot 56 in Parkwood f r '
By 100 lo't E &; .. S/D Com at rut of E line > : .
Lawtey E of Ry W 21 6"" Leatha Shingles Lot 57 in Parkwood F W Developers, Inc 319.45 of JCWU of XWU

Com at' SE.CoV y Joseph Cumber. 7.11Albert" u 3w. Pattenon n.s! S/D A X line of St RdAV

Blk 18 A or. ,. .. ... E1! -, ; s.'F: AV Developers.. Inc 219.45 onRd100'N "J ...r'-. .' '.
run W k1SofRiWex .. .
Traet .
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of .
80 ft for tr ':.. -: '.: ; ,, 'y-1 in ,,' 5.-S. ..55 SIAt ." / 'F West <. 300') w loo', a ::- 'r'. ': ,. .', 't J.:
NE Cor
a POB. > 110
I f. .. .. .... .. } 1. Pine S/D Ex Par 300'. E 100' To
run X 274 I. .. 'I. .. : .. .. '
Ft .
ft. W f $>.00.:. '4 {l< E 0< X 1-0 .' !;: r '-. In SE cor being \1.1'' POB '12 8 22 :Imer C Sowers 841
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U ft, S :274.ft; E f "J }; Ft N a S & E'h' '_. .. II:' ? ,.. .
., \ ; N& S by 90' '{ l Lot 1 of Blk A A'i ..
rt to roE in y .. t,. ,',*. -y : 1 &: 2 S of "i.+ "' jP. x.;. "'f :'S "' )jJ.( E&SVEx180 .- ;; 3 :t .
1-Joth Int In tract
Town of Lawtey. .... 2 W & Blk 2S f tofBik Ft 29 6.ZJ:. : '. Oaks Al C a.' n
.. E in Bedford
B ,
of Thomas
of R 1W 52.60
Ex :
; "Williams 8.C1 2x! ;, Com at S E 'or of ..''.i, i .... .
Com, at SW Cor of "' .. A In SE 'or In ,, XEU X 44 DK W Lot 5 of Elk D & .

!Ilk 18 & run..It .\: ; Temples SID also .56.02 for FOR, X l-20th Int in tract S i

ft for a POB S. "S "I.. : ; Ex Parcel Sold .= aDesc .. 44 Dg AV 371.99' X ,.. 5 a K of Bedford Staldir & AVJndham; IS.......
Ran W 8& ft, X DR 63 pg 1-1 DTract SID .
49 I> E
S 150N49
102 ft, F. lft 9 '. & ex par sold DB 1 B Mt Pleasant
10'. It .tp rOB '1 14 II 1: 1,9 b14y! ? 33.349 SI 6 J r2t :5 EI Rancho :'total 1098.n PIV 300'Xely to Hwy on S/D & 1 lot .' ., "

Town of Lawt&J' Lot 1 Thru 6 of Blk :. .t K/W 122.88'! E '.'- in SB Cor of j .' :.

R Of Ry ..;.: Robert Austin 8.61 10) In X Reno SID ,0; L.airI Iest 1: Inea Hlgbtower ; 311.5'. B 621:35 to . XAVU being :: --tI6G.I0' "t :". S ;

B!g 7 1'J.' J.: A: ?74' X Cwitt .' : "-. 1&3.a1'., Keg! 32 6 22 D L Thomas ,94.29 716.1V( EAWTract X&S; by :,!, Sterling S Sawyer, .!
of $W Cor, of Lot t'; Lots 6 &': ot Blk 13 Lots 5 Thru 10 of z .: Jr.235.S2 ,;

21. 'run X SI'. -E In S Reno S/f '';, Leroy Lon& Jr. 5.61 If Ik 5 in E W Hayes S .... '
240ssr.. Wl46'1lit- !tJi.K 10 Cart Vol. !
S/D & .
EH! of
to PORin Lawtey -: Lot I 6t R1k If In Ikopfn James Z Lee 124.55
North Reno nnlt' Mae Magnolia St. Adj ,
"- SID. \ Presley
P. fit RR Henderson Hudson, 1!.06 Et Al 6.11' .Ex.R/W D L Thomas 29.2 Com at XE Cor of .. i
Lot 23-A Ex X 100 -. l1l'at SAVU run a 170' tor. j i
C XE Cor of "
Ft in Lot 8 of BIk 19 in 4 POD Cont. S 75'S ;, !
Town Of
,z 5.61.I..ot NWU of SBU runS ... ., '
X-ntno' \t. Williams
SID I. Tearether : 11'410N 75'. E
Lawtey E of Ry Joyce Lee Walker 37.!! S7i. for Shnms Et At 11.02 I
POB. K 22. iMAry..
'; HI' To POB 13 .
30f Blk .
Lot 24 in Toad of .. 20 In Y 8.JO'i..5'; AV 140.35', -. 7,> .. !
Lawtey E of Ry Freddie Bell $.61 n MD' -- .: Sally 1? Williams 6.61 .: N 107.5'. E 140.35' tom 709' X of S line <0 '-t ......;. : :
.. .
S Lou 6. 7 Qf B'lk' :0 To POB' U 6 U Ellen HolmesSampson of rtovt tents. :2 A ; ... -; } ron .
Lot J In Tpwn of ; 12.07 .
'i >
In'X'Ht'no E R/AV Hwy : i
Lawtey E Of Ry "'. ,J WE'a1'per' .. 5.61 Lot3.4 of Blk S/D 1 In .......... i. _...-S.-- Willie, Mae Powell 10.0'. 1 SQA in SW Cor .K 31, 117U.' for 1 < 't: ;. I

S 165 ft o f Lot .32 Gahagan Cor ofof SE1 of POP. K ;3a', a ;- "1. "
SiD Ex If' I
In, Town pt Law- .A\\ R/W i NAV'U 32 8' 22 1 While 6.11 dpr.. E %0(1'( S /" ', ,' i

E of Ry ""i, Jessie Lie' Barber' 6.61 I .)..,Y Rosa Lee Thomas 10.56 Lots 1 & 2 Of ilk 3 ; deg. K 300', S 54 k<, ,". ; : '-. !

ZOO ft' to, POR. W '. ...... Lot 8 of 131k 1 In' in Lincoln City ; Hattie Starks 10.07 deg. 45' E 200' X : z" '".- :: \' i

200 ft S 100 ft GahaJfanD n RW '. Aaron Hon y &.11 Lot ;3 t of Ilk .5 in \ !l1\\ (1t':10': E :%0'i: :''''; ''- '' ,; : .. !
EtoWSleot >\ .; : :, .. Lot 10 of Rlk :3 I in Lincoln City to E line of sect > t.. +. tt; 'f .;; : ,..
--.00--:. ; Gabagan RD r .1 '/ Alberta Collins 5.61 25 S; on sic line ); _, / .: --:-. ..: I
Klngilcr Lake '. r'- Willie Cret' $.1i1 Iota 3 I & 3 of Blk 6 "-i 1" ,,",,- .< .
: : ;
Cunidt0 'J
J.a !0N to Hi Water Murk '.
Rd X 100 ft to : in"Lincoln _. .f" ,
City .ri' ;
Hattie >
Starkes ;
\ or SW' ('or of f''Nt 10.07Lincoln of L Geneva a 70dp. 4 ,< 1" .. ... .,i' l !
POB !in Town of i" : j,; ; :. i
1 ii
--to' :. .of g\\'l' N L..t 3: of Elk 10 in 30. W 71.3. a ... .z.;..,... .;...... -, 4:.;. -;::, J r
wiui rd .r.
Lamer E of Ry Tucker 25.48 i } .
.+. -,. ,. .55 5 City S .
r. if > 101). E 50'. S 100', Sarah Griffin 5.61 22 Afg. 50'W 76.5 I i
Lot S7 in Town of Lots L 5 7 8 r r '--',. '.
4. A
W 50' to FOB 2% 6 Willie Lee Pierce 7.11 ; X .63 deg 45' W .:: i
1.a1\"flyEofRy -s'S. ; .: :" ; ,22 of Blk 13 in Lin( .. : ,
.. : 140.3' X 14 o>g. '; $inEaaa4+.t < =4 a ,., i
SH of.SWU of ..... Coni 166'. R k: 30" Hattie Starks .. : .
or X of ..SCor otW1 colnjCity. 19.48 13' AV" ....." X RO ,. .r;1 c. ,
Jesti .May Smith 6.61 '
XWU of NSV'j .,.. ,. i : ; of S4. N Lot'in; XE Cor of .. SIot2Mk5110' deg W %110', > 86 ,

1 fAt in X,,. Cor of -! ; 250' for POI E 5 5 ; ", dog W225'! a gl .) : I
42 being:' 224'N&Son16&3T .. 10N 51)) W 100' SQ in J M Johns .... deg 3-)' W 163.C', ..1'1Ilf. 1 .. '.. .

.1 S 50' to POR 22 6 22 a \ Clifford Pearce 7.11Paece SID ,'\t. .James O. McDaniel. 6.61 X 5 deg W VTly t- .,,:" .. .

X&: S on W by } Desii. la DB V Ida f \ t 1 Lot in XAV Cor. of .' .' ;.:4S 163.6' Xly To RJ?M Cor.. IIUI
100 E A W inLawtey ..._.' Lot POR,1' "
2 Bfk5Run ,
-\.lIne'& Y'T Lei"L98w515o 88.441 22 6 23 'i. ;
E of RT :; .: ...... Johnny Lane 5.61 E 220': S 220'. X 1" Com at XE ear of2S8S22 .. .,. rr': '.. :> .
'art'1.1 DB : H:! .
Dl"le:ln '
of WU of \ !" :: 5 .5 -
110' to POB : Elmer B Thomas 11.07 sec run -
Blk 44 E..of'Ry inLawty i > .. 88.443 .. 22 6 !> 22 Walter West 1.50 W 300'{ of XU! Of y W 6U' to Pt on SRAV :i' ,. ..' ,

James L Rowe 6.11 Lot 8 of Blk 1 In t "' i' it SEU EX R/W 33 6 22' H L Hartley 18.98 of St Rd !1 ; ... ; ? .., ( .

Lot 42 in town of .. '. Nat Williams, SID Ruth Mae Pansalall 5.61. Loll: 4 of Blk $ In : Cont on S Bndryof r i
t .. I, J Hd 10//)' for .. ;:':f'Jr-,
of lawtty EL of' Lot 10 of Elk' 1 la +; i', ., ,
fty Ex Lot in XW Nat Williams SD .. Willie Welch 3.u South Gate S/D I 5 F. Donald Bennett. 6.94 FOR X 7'= dg \ ...:. i::'1 :
cor .. ...,. Will. LeHarry 11.06 Lot 11' of Hlk l'I in Coni. at XAA' Cor of E ;363' to Wat'rll" '.: .r.:.... .
.. NEU of XWU Edge Sly alongshore .. ;'. _';;";"'
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of Lot 43 in Nat : j. ;
wIA ". i' .' Williams SD. S. 'Y White 5061 run E 840' 8 %8i' : 7 of Lak* ; ".' '!''' '<
Town of Lawtey r' N'4 of IAt s U of Rlk'; }j '. . ,
to $ Side of Canal S Geneva 300 AVIy \ .: v' .1'_ ,, _. .
K of RY 1 Nat 1Vtlliatn9 'S :' ; .
Kitties SID William Aldrich for POB Coal S t. -. ", 21
34.1 : ; c 'k 918' to Hwy ; 5 :: /.-
Lot 4S & Lot .48 EI Lot 2 or Blk of 135' AV 7. "" \J 4
.', < r 35S' to ;h Xlv Alon HwT 'J lr. : .ts
H Ebr
X 1.3 ft: Ex S. 1-' Nat WlijlalIl' Canal Ely 5, ,- '
.sID Irene Richardson 10.,7. Along ; 500' to POB < c ': 3

In Town 'of Law.tey j W Robinson' 6.611Iot11OftNA Lot 6 Qr Blk 2 Nat ; Cabal 330 to POB 33 6 22 ". Leota. .M McQueen 15.29 w;4 of 2A In SE : ; ,t '-
of .
E P.y .. WUliams Sin 53 Com at XW Cor of [.t" -} :. of XWU of '
: ;
jt' cor
f : I' ;; John Cumnllagl 10.01. ::7. "5- .wait Yiponl.y.dtk.1
Lot /1
S 15 'of P.'Ik In ot $W% of XWU- ; =;.. XWUCom 25 6 .
by 400 ft.1' A W, __ .- SIn WUIiama SD run s 506' for' -. "
tv v> : 'it' Jeaklns '. '
In SE Co'rf4or rAt f. f Lot Alfonso ; 10.0'1 POB. S 358' K a3 at XW Cor of ;< :. ?-\. ,, .:!:i-i
20 of Elk % In : '. .
52 in TOn of r i I if. an of swu of :%.
Nat; Williams SlQ.S'.to RR .
SID" R,0"! .
E of fly James Ltl.Btrbit! 1.37 Horace Dean SWU run E 200' :. : y afar i
ILawtey Lot Y6 or'Blk 2 In .1 33.3 N on AV $/W "
1-3 .undivided Int. in : _i- Nat Wlllia.rna SD .. W 616' to FOB, 33' 6 22 ; Albert Harrison 12.57 POE, S 209'. E ;'
Levi Lennon 1ft ..Evan: ...... 100, X 209'! W :
,to the I Lof In'I'! of' !A ... :iO Ft QIn ,
._ J 111ft"- to FOB A Par .
Ft 'of Lot'. in .1 SW's as Dese. in' SE cor of NEiE2! i W side of S. !JI : c "'
'' it on
Otis of Lawtey 'o' Deed : fir ,
S/D Samuel James M Brown 7.11 301 'Fk 76 PC .- R/W If' f "r 1 J C Barton 7.89 264' of X 461' of .:: ..

,; Es: RIW In ... ...... ,. Co.ij) :JU Ft W of TT' -: WH Of.SWU; of' '::"': \ -
Lot 12 In Otti B/D Little. MeQalre Est 10.06 Xat Williams SD' 22 -s'Wllll't3 John dl"\l nie Williams.7.1C'Bt'1r XE Cor of XEU' .!... r.V'.. : SWU of NSS ,. ::.;..1"d -
of Lawtey at SW Cor .... y ., 41 'rna S ;t .
1902 ,
of ." )o.. ;.+'c tu.'p.4f.: i: Ft being EAW: on N' l. '
inDeed *-- j. 55 NW y of SWlj & t, ,!.# t. W' 899 Ft :' '.' '
1 Lot as D etc ; _, 1902 & 103 EAW on "; "' 11.11
J E Brown
BK i. Pace run E along w see _._,.,.. ._ t i Ff: E3. ft to. e S. EndLot :,,' ':, .? Herbert "-y
121 in OttJ SID Willie Ma 2S.J3 line 560 it for' ., .J.:. f ; a Bet: u 0 22 10 Lawrence F Lamee. 30 of Blk A In ;'

1 Lot in NTO Cor' .of ,. .-' iO mB', N 100 ft, E "'f .i ,, '. f"J.! r!:; :! :". .e 5h "':?'! I ''':'f'.... Sr. 21.48 Cynress Beach 5 .. ,.
< 28A ft .
'S to W Dobbs 19.4
SWU ofNWVi ''' Beg atE Car of 1 A
of '
SEU .. "-.- :, S/D .
Joe ft E& sec J. line .. ,, i NWU of XWU A ,:,., Lot 34 of Elk A of '. '
5' tt to, *
Wtf f 37 'f t i POE x nutS J&UoW.; '" ; 7* .. .. "f Cypress Beach ,' .
8.00 <'
Carlton Jenkins 22 d '22' \ ',1 ;
S 23 JetS X
s' ee .
:, LtTY Lennon '.IV 361.5.E : SID Charles D Glover p4.21Beg
......... Beg' at fat of X line .. 361.SJ >-' -4 t'fa -' f *
f tD" : ; k St i 23
1 Lot 100" XA: S by c : il}1 t \ to fOB $ 2s Jacqueline A Moorer 96.21 '5' E ofXW '
i (){ "Lun1pkin Land 1-11 :" 'Ii: :Beg at Inr"of i t -./a
110 E A W in SW ". .. &: Ch GR inSW1' W r Cor Cont E 100'
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of'Wof XE r. R/W Hyw 109-A t ..
Cor .
of S1' : < S 200 to Lake W ,
U if 'X""l. 28 I'. 23 L J Padcttt 1.11 ., run N :.: N R/W of 'Rr,-' ;{ g,;-7 along Lake 100' X "

5\\1', of 1' 'n' ; :. of to CH .On E 'liai .,., ; ",'''f., .. W 189.02' N k .::x'- %00' to Beg :, I' 12- George L flriffis..', :.
CHL GR E ...;tJ. .ir.'t. :. "", : ;t' 20J.n"i:3.i; '. ,
5E{ nhv' a5 S' !t 10 Claude 1tyerl lUt i TP Rawis Land S S r'I;"#, ': ." .- .. A Marvin R.Goff > 624
t& W R/W of 5- .
1.In NB. Cor'..rfXEU "n:." ., on Rawls W line <. J 'Hit Hwy S.a W ..... ; s-r 3,3' Beg U$' K of -XW :' :
of NW'. of" to Ext. of turn). Cor of wS 190'
: .
R/W 212.39' to BegrCombat 35 6 22 Pauilne .
tiL Evans 10.84
SW 4 Being tu' < : kin Ny line Won to Lake, E375.X2eVW
Sq. -kNWU 2i. ,. Z.1, Mid.5tate 1nvlstmcnt Corp 1.11': UJ'le'or' L mpkln'k' >'J J 'iL". ; a 'q'f XEU 8E COT of f" .- -.tt 1:;: 75' to beg bein*. .'. l' .,

f. SEU of land to Ch Gr Wnpam I of. XEfc fUR .' ""'...:;,,)..... Lot 3 of an nnrec. 1 = .4"
0 ... 0. .': ; .; H' ... .J".! td : '". HArrington. 0' w0' for POB. plat Desc DB 31.- .i -'-'t
swu t xwuof : Et AI 1$. : -
$ W 1.i to E line ..
sw'{ qf .aw/; 2$ 5 22 .0 Richard. .. Smith 15.5 3 Com at "W Cor. of.., > '. .. .. :(; ,, 't :' of Co Gr Rd. JX 011. "..... : '. PG 413 J5 S .3 I-W'renee r 1 .pDutl= ;!J 2L93rrq
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\ <"W. --- Swa.; at :XE cor ofNWH ,. -
W ti of S1Jof SE '" "'" t" "' 3 m.IIO' K isr gPai "'; : : (< $'
11 cst NEH: U i 23 3 Lee Cahin Ron 4.2 7 rlUlo ;10 ft'bF; . ". .'F ..:R-I- im to '. .- S Yuif W I22r. '. .1" : :': ?
c-OB. 1 'T' $.,': .r... i ; :: .ti 5-/ 55-5 < S 24. deg W 180'/ . t' '-. "
W' 1iA..6tt,4 of 'r'9w'Cf' > t.er.a .ht'\ot.. ; Y: 100' to POP, 4 7. 23 E CLTaylaf S 61 tit "-k?<., c
h Run Sl" ftE' 'I., .. dec 35 '.L '
.. -It ; 4 f7 Mln 'J: ::: 1.\ ,
N'Pt' : U F = II" 15. Frank &U. U'l 239 "iA -a. -,.. _-,_.5 NH of NE 4 Ex' 4 ; } }
-- --- ..- --- ft.'j Itt. ft. j -' #. En'S24t1..W.,2', = < ; '
: : '
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E of Dirt Rd. : ;:: lo.1..
El A.of W'4ot' t ;, ::a r.NE's W a9 n .to POB 22 '. C U .LtJUll.b'l'r. 7Rt A1' 2'I' to Lake Sely I on : '-"i--k t; \:

of SW.t' tf ? Com atiW'CorD(. >'-(",.1,tJ't!. ';Ut'. ,. ,'!y & W of Hi Rd 4 <0 7,..i 22= 75 Ira A..A .jut 'Q.D"U. 2 Lake 50' X 2 4.deg ,. ..." ..','., .
NE!; U U'L T1orflCl'iez ,, pl iii" I Com a,t XW Oor""of.. : J5- .,,- 3 ; t4.$1tJW5Itd: JO";: j3y i1......:! 'H : .. '8' .. ;, '
'f"I.. !> N.. ..... J S\V". OtW'" ; .i .,. .. Po "' ..' 5. -" '' .
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An 811'4 of &B1f .ef ', .* fun 1: lIG rt; s ;.j 'r.f,1\1! r 5 E% of' : SW4 fKEU ::; '' l.: ... NwlLot to FoB : 15I 93 Z J Law. ;.- ; U1

NW"; & ol.\Ry ,. n 15 U a Ethel lTttSkEr; a. 1.$1 1.9 ft "fop to.OR. ', X 5-5 5 t.,., _. .i Amn E 46* '.... : < i;. S- t...... y... J... '"\ 47 in Indian. FZ:; ': t
F .. 't'W' .. : FtvS.ttS Ft W 431 .::. r f- j -
'' ; 1 i run SO Ft .,.... a. .. d : :3 v f. ":.Beach ,.
NIl, ot l\TI' ot' .ri n. a '. "..\ .. -.r., If1M Jrt.ift %3i..ft&to. ? "; :" 'f.. <,: [ s."R' T.D, Wbi doa 81'. : nut
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ifff siJ' 3r "' 1 Ilartlei't s ::" s.1'tb' ; .J des.:
8E 4 of NE < 1ftlf : SWg .
... ofJ i\!' ; t .1' !' :.s. 40 Albert Clark = 27.39', Taz':C.lleefr -
'i 25pt; tot at ; ,5 .k{, 6 Rru'OOr'lbt.'IUU': + : < -"'' ... : : ,. '.,,,.,....',. ,. ..,'.."p:._. .'...,. "-- _' ..,....' "V,:. ,gaS" ;,,E 1 i .,;, ;-wr Pra4t9rd Coutyo.. Fla a-
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j __ complied with. 'Gail of Tampa, held spellbound N. R. Roberts of Gainesville : ', : ', -, e' ,- T '' ,-",,-" ''. _'. ,',__,,-_.',- --
, ;3 ; I Two fines and forfeitures were I'I'I in a sidewalk session during Mr. ani Mrs. J. L. Roberts ,. (

HAMPTON 'reported I for the last month for most of the previous Saturday I and son of Jacksonville. and, Mr.
JAI 1 violating stop signs. Resula start- afternoon.! Request numbers. f all and Mrs. Lonne Roberts and
) =, By BIrs. D. E. Hill I inv time of the council meetings kinds were' played by the boys for daughter of Jacksonville. Also present -
r* 1 rtes chanced from 7:30: p. m. toR several hours for onlookers and ;< were Mrs. Und rwood'.s i
grandson, George Robert, and
D. m- starting June 6. In the passersby.
Council Contracts For obwice of Council .Chaflrwan c. Softball Tryouts Miss! .A{ n Newman Gainesville..
Removal Of Rotten Trees ,I w Cnx. fV P, WadsTPOrth presided. The city recreation departmentwill Visiting in Hampton-; week .
Beginning long-range programof Caner Drive ReportA hold -trvouts fora softball were Mrs. Bernard Higgins and -,- .'." .
tree-trimming and removal total of Sag was turned In to i team on Saturday, May 13 at 2 Mrs. W. F. Brooks Jr. arid laughter \ I .. (,
.P Hampton City Council last week)I'frnimtv headcruarters last week i I,I n. m. at the school playgroupd.i Becky of Flint, Mien., here '..
contracted to have the old oak'j from Hampton collections for the,j i TU Class Has Party: with their father, John Parker :
tree in front of the A. M. Bryant, American Cancer Society. Funds j Baptist Fellowship Meets and their brothers R. H. and On- !
residence removed. Due to the expense j I f'TP used for research!; education I I Members of the older Intermed- ard Parker and their families. On :
involved, only one tree will,i!and Qt"'t.p. Mr T. J. AHerman hate I Traininsr Union class' of Sunday of last week they all had I i iM ,
be taken down at a time council' was: Vvqi rhalrrnan for the drive.I'Hampton Baptist Church held a-I I8 I family picnic at Goldhead) ; ., ,

decided. Trees that are the most. WTS ('Thorn At School party and waffle supper at thgChurch ;I I Branch State Park, which, also included ,
rotten and hazardous in of i Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker ,
case ,! Musical entertainment in HampMI pastorium : e"r Wing '
}high winds are to be removed: as I, "* mac vari *i last week. when a April 28; Games of'volley ball"and and ch1Jjrenof Orlando::, who k I
soon as possible, and present, fln-voififi chonjs from Bradford badminton outdoor preceded the spent the weekend here, and Mr.
plans are to have the worst ones'; Hieh School presentpd a programat ;I!'supper, served bv Mrs W. P. Mc- and Mrs. M. R. Misner and son
taken down before the hurricane the Hampton school Tuesday Elrov, leader of the class, assisted!I jof Gainesville. ,
season this fall. morning: pnd i an outdoor guitar I,I[by D. E. Hill class sponsor. I I II j I Charles Prevatt attended the j .
I The council will sell a used, session! hpirt swav at Mrs. Home's II i I!I tiapttst Youth Fellowship held Ace Hair Fashion show at the j
heavy-duty, self-propelled lawnmower store on the previous Saturday i i!I the second in a series of fellowship I I Hotel Sereno in St. Petersburg' on .. ,
to the highest bidder. Bids I afternoon. I.j I hours at the church here. Satur- I Sunday and Monday last week. -' .
will be closed at noon this Satur-1? The school Included day evening. April 29. A devotional'. Mr. and Mrs. Rothelle J nesnd' 'i' {"', : .
', + program :;. period fo'Howed'by games and daughter r'moved last week to ; \J"-, :;: ". \.. f-' '-.A "'J ;.' .
day May 13, and interested par-; numbers bv the entire mixed I was ., _'-. t,;; ) n' "'. ,.
,: ;ties should see Councilman G. P.j chorus, also solos and smaller refreshments for the young peopleof the apartment in Mrs. JessieChastain's J. r r. -----7 .
Wadsworth.The i I the church. The next fellowshipwill house. -- '
I, group numbers. Held in the school '
"stray" dog problem was' auiitoriuni, for all students and be Saturday night May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chester
and Miss Loretta Chllds spent ,
Next Year's First'Graders
also discussed at the council meet-; and guests, the vocal, concert. wasunder ,
three days last week in Washing .
..ing. All dog owners are reminded : the direction of Miss' Poe Visitation. Day Next Week ", : ., !. -' r.. .
ton D. C., visiting Mr. Chester'smother
A visitation for child
J. that dogs must be vaccinated, and county music instructor day en en- .
first fall will Mrs. 'Alice Chester.
. tags showing this on'their collars! Two guitars, plaTed by guests of tering be held the at Hampton grade next Elementary Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parker and I It is strange that there are those' who continue i to advocate t prohibition in a free
This is a city ordinance and must the Jerrells here Buddy King and
I School on Friday, May 19 in Mrs. family moved last week from the
,----- Lilly Barnes' first grade room. Saxon house on Navarre St. to country. This "Noble Experiment" was tried allover the nation 13 years. I It was
r Those eligible for next year's I their home on Durden St. which
.a, AMBULANCE- SERVICE first grade are children who- will they recently purchased. !I given every- chance to succeed BUT I IT FAILED MISERABLY! It failed because
JJ I Mrs. V. J, Slade visited in Gainesville -
PHONE 964-2600 be six years of age before Jan. 1,
1962. The children are to attend last Saturday with her sis- the American people aia l't want it. The people didn't want it because it tried to do
DeWitt, C. Jones. Funeral 1 Home school through the morning including ter, Mrs. Free Hall.
DeWilt" C. Jones -Registered- Funeral Director" lunch in :the cafeteria' until Mr. and Mrs. John Adams have something contrary to the'very nature of man. I It is natural that man l loves freedom.
about 1 p. m., then parents I moved ,into the pld Eiland place

Starke, Fla. may enroll come the children to pick them for next up --and J!.and JUt I Mrs.northeast Adams'of the father city, limits Fred, Men fought and died i in countless wars just,to preserve this natural desire desire
year.j i
Rental Service: Hospital Beds. Wheel Chairs, Crutches i I
& --- Parents certificate are, urged if available to bring; and a birth ifj I j I j I Eiland. ,and visited Mrs them Perry last of weekend.Perry to be free. They will i fight again and again i to be free of restrictions.. I'

Iwere recent visitors of Mrs. Louise
-:- -- not, to apply for one as soon as
possible Mrs. Barnes also encourages I i Manire.I ,
Truck/ Sale parents to see that children1 I I I Sunday visitors of Mrs Minnie
Spring I 1 Mariconny were Mr. and :Mrs. Wilson -
have all vaccinationsand !
necessary :
May of Gainesville .and Mr. ...f:
a physical check-up before PROHJBITJONT DOES NOT EXIST
BEST DEAL ANYWHERE on NEW & USED TRUCKS starting school in the fall. and Mrs.Ellis Thornton of Starke. ;
Personals Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams
is Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starr and I and family of Gainesville were
SALES, PARTS SERVICE family, Mrs. Clifford Rhame, Mr. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and -
There is such Fed rallevel.
Mrs. George Williams. no thing as prohibition at Neither is there such. a
and Mrs. Clyde Rhame, and Mr.

CHEVROLET ANDOLDSMOBILE and Mrs.all of H.the B.Hampton Hinson and area children at-- Mr.Sunday and Mrs.visitors Tom at the Hardy home were of thing at State '1 e val. The United States repealed this law in 1933 after, trying it

.II- ROBERTS reunion at Mrs. Ruth Hardy and Mrs. Wainwright -
tendeda Green family
Hillsborough State'Park north of { "of Lake City. for 13 years: For 28 years there has been no such thing'as prohibition by a Federal.

Green Cove Springs* Ph. 3033MILK Tampa on Sunday. Mrs. Bessie Bryant of Ft. Myersis
Mrs. A. M. Bryant is staying in staying with her brother, J. W. law. The State of Florida repealed 1 this unworkable law in 1934. Therefore, .there.,
Ft. Myers with her mother, fol- Bedenbaugh, for several months.I I-
lowing the death of her father, O. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bryant of New j is no such thing as prohibition by State or Federal law.WHAT .
B. Blount, last week at Tice, near I II Orleans, La. brought Mrs. Bryant;
I Ft. Myers. Mr. Blount; 90, was one,j to Hampton and remained for a !
i / of the first four settlers in whatis weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs.'j

_...,., now the city of Ft. Myers. Mr. M. L. 'Wat erso.n, J. W, Beden-j
Bryant and Homer took Mrs.'Bry baugh, and the Leland: Beden-'!
r! r ant to Ft. Myers and returned. ba ghs. ,J i ABOUT BRADFORD COUNTY?

\ /, They spent Sunday near Live Oak Mrs. Ethel Tidwell, MLu Betty" _
with Mr. and Mrs. Damon Nolan Durling, Mrs. Glenn McIntosh of
1 and fa'mily. Hampton, and Mrs. Lester Kite of j j
Visitors last' week at the R. H. Starke are on a vacation trip to I Since a law attempting to restrict... ,man's freedom to act as he sees fit didn't
Parkers were Mrs Parker's niece New York and New Jersey,Mr. aria j I f

92c of Birmingham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon and daughtersof I work at Federal. level. and didn't work at state level, how could anyone expect it
gal Parker '- -' -
: Mrs. Emmett Girard. Mrs. Gainesville are spending this
and the Girards drove to Orlando week here with Mr. McIntosh. I to work at county level? The truth is that no one does expect ill' to work. To be sure
Friday for a visit, with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Simmons

a Mrs. J. H. Baker and family.McMahone and children moved last week I there.... are_ the. !idealists 1 dreamers and so-called reformers (just plain meddlers)
Mrand Mrs. Donald .*
Ice Cream from the Chastain's house on the /
and son of Port Charlotte wed e Main street. who will tells bet-
weekend visitors here last week try to tell you prohibition prohibits. But common sense. you

r Eggs Bread with Watterson.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M- t ter. There i is no such thing as a "dry" county.Bradford has always been "wet"
o As Fur a milk swtepitaket istos rich winnei Cottage Cheese Bradford Onard County Parker was Hospital taken early to] and it will. continue. to be wet no matter R t ho. y' you YQt e May- 16th. You- can't_ vote

I breakfast Have it every,lunch meal and dinner. Orange JuiceS Sunday Lynn for Hall treatment.visited in Miami last iW the county dry.Neither could you vote it wet. It has always been wet it will

I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dar- N1
I, rell Burkhardt and'faznlly.: always be w e. t. YOU! will simply I vote on HOW IT WILL BE SOLD whether
i Mr, and Mrs. Leon Sauls and
uu) Ann EE VALLEY DAIRIES family of Crescent City visited ( legally by licensed merchants_ or illegally by bootleggers. A vote for legal control
here Saturday with Mr and Mrs.I I I IEIUCUI.E

C. R. CoxSunday;- of _alcoholic r beverages,. is not a vote favoring the use of such. It is simply I a vote ,on
visitors and dinner
I l guests at the home of Mr. and HOW it is to be sold. A vote for prohibition is a vote for the bootleggers. When

I Mrs. Bill Underwood: and Mrs.I
1 WORTH I Louise Hogan at Hampton Lake i r"Pm you vote "dry" you extend an invitation to the bootleggers, the gangsters and the
I were Mrs. Underwood's sons, Mr.

criminals to come into your county and take over.

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; Mack's Body Shop ,j I Ed RADIATOR Prevatt's SERVICE Garage Pappy Starke Roulston Recap Owner Co.JUfr.. .W._1 bob length slIMe IWt Pay, no,r attention r v to. )!!ha f t the professional; 1 prohibitionists{ tell Y.?, Use- .Y ai o us r

a BODY i FEXDKU REPAIRS New Cores-:Roddlng-Flushing Recapping for pan & Trucks =
,\ COLLISION SERVICE Crank Shaft Grinding ONE DAY SERVICE > own good common sense in deciding this issue. It matters not whether you are
FREE Painting ESTIMATES Hatching j Lawn. Walnut Slower WO 43861VO Motors RepairedSo. 4-6584 AUTO-LITE BATTERIES SIZE INK- "wet" or'dry insofar as the sale of alcoholic beverages is concerned. You
403511'. 185 N. Temple Starke WO01 sumribaa
Temple Starke WO 9-2405
H.. ... 1.1'>- I, AUTO SERVICE CHAIN SAWS .. ". corlri&iH "' .".01.JIM" know it will be sold no matter how you vote. For the good of our community, we


i I, Dodd's Service & North Temple Amoco e._._e:ero wNes 1 risk; J should T be interested r -. only, R- .*in_ m HOW _this. commodity_ ., _, shall be sold legally, ors
Auto Sales

Tanner's Gulf Service!! GENERAL REPAIRING' 1' L'LAh' CHAIN: SAWS ..... .IUYUfG illegally.s'fS :-
GULP PRODUCTS International Lifetime Mufflers Completely N Completely sail .
FIRESTONE Equipped bob fob end i aMI ,
Complete Automatic Tire.*-Batteries-Accessories Priced &: Designed for the Farm ,, try .
Transmissions | 528 Walnut WO'4-3861 Just $U9.95-Service' on all Slakes) = ; -
Service All and.Makes RepairsFor 661 N. Temple Starke WO 4-9501, tt t.". .11.ptA" : IEF CHANGE THE PLAN :
666 N. Temple Starke Starke 66" ServiceBill
I}**-m mmamam WO 4-2321 FARM SUPPLIES <,< ., ,. ,; r' ; n
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tl- BRAKE SERVICE: : and Plants We.. 'urge. you to vote-.. for _le control" *of alcoholic' : -. be'. er a**es. ,The plan hay
Starke Motor Wheel Balancing ds Alignment Insecticide Crates : s =" > .- v V T ** 1t
\ j 1617 I. N Starke\'0 4-8881 "Your Friendly Farm Supply Stoi .: worked it is working wherever tried and will continue be .the
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jobber For + Standard Oil Service Station :..... ** 8 1 oo.
1i. Cor. Brownie' & Clark ATLAS i \\'ELDINGGAJtAGE'Thomas 9 .e.aa "raaebctvH .
Phone WO !-0801, 4-osii TIRES & BATTERIES" kf t t fa ta,BiC.6sbar .
AUTO REPAlns Budget Terms-Road Service Welding : Ciq,f; iorele,is.SA,

Ii '. E arl'a Garage --I 1: 407 SINCLAIR N. J.Temple B.SERVICE Starke Wright WO STATION 4-7071. Electric JEEP&and Garage SPECIALIST Acetylene Welding" ;: Bradford h, CountyTELEGRAPH: ?- t.rr omwitt e : For Legal Control.

KINDS OP WeJdefl1lItlt
ALL 1 Complete Auto Service Have ; -
..- AUTO REPAIR WORK TlIftBattf'riesArCf'880rleElectric' Sales & ,Service-Work Guaranteed .
All Work Guaranteed Welding 118 4i'. Brownie WO 4-061. 1 '

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.. 1 be complied with. Gail of Tampa, held many spell- and Mrs. N. R. Roberts of Games-j -d : : : : ::: :"_: _:. _::; '_ :_' -=,. : : : :" .o'_ _-"":;:.' ="-'-"' .'-,-.--""'--_- '_ .. ._c. -._ _
\ Two fines and forfeitures were bound in a sidewalk session during vine Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roberts II j 1 (

\ reported for the last month for most of the previous (Saturday? I and son of Jacksonville, and Mr.{
jai l violating stop signs. Regular starting afternoon. Request numbers of all 'and Mrs. Lonne Roberts and
*+:: By airs. D. E. HilljAAAAAAAAf time of the council meetings kinds were played by the boys for I daughter of Jacksonville. Also present :
was chanted from 7:30: p. m. to several hours, for onlookers and were Mrs. Underwood's ,
AAAA W R n. m- starting June 6. In the passersby grandson, George Roberts, and STATEMENT
Council Contracts For absence of Cwnc.il .Chadrroan C. Softball Tryouts Miss! Ann Newman of Gainesville.

Removal Of Rotten Trees w Cox. n. P, Wadsworth presided.Cancer I i The city recreation department Visiting In Hampton, week .
Beginning a long-range programof Drive ReportA I will hold -trvouts for a softball. were, Mrs. Bernard Higgins and ',.. .
tree-trimming and removal, total of **8 was turned in to i team on Saturday! May 13. at 2 Mrs. W. F. Brooks Jr. and Hampton City Council last week [county headouarters! last week I!n. m. at the school playground.. Becky of Flint, Mich., .herewith ',
contracted to have the old oak from Hampton: collections for the: TU Class Has Party: their father, John Parker, t.'. ":
tree in front of the A. M. Bryant American Cancer Society. Funds:' Baptist Fellowship Meets and their brothers R. H. and On- r .
residence removed. Due to the expense -I are used: for research education Members of the older Intermediate ard Parker and their families. On

involved, only one tree will j!and .crvi/.p. Mr T, J. Herman Training Union class' of 1 Sunday of last week hey all had .' .
be taken down at a time, council j,I,was Vv al *.hl\lrmAn for the drive. Hampton Baptist Church held a" I a family picnic at Goldhead J.; .... .
decided. Trees that are the most I I 1WS rhnnii At School party .and waffle sunnier; at the I!I Branch State Park, which, also included .
rotten and hazardous in case of I Musical entertainment: in Hamp- church pastorium! Friday evening.! : Mr: and Mrs. Jt M. Baker
high winds are to be removed: as I i*"n may variM last week. when aMvofr.p. April 28.: Games*of volley balfand. and children:: Orlando, 'who FACTS
soon as possible, and present chorus from Bradford badminton outdoor preceded the I spent the weekend here, and: Mr.
plans to have the 1 i!' and Mrs. M. R. Misner and son F
are worst ones High School presented a program sapper served bv Mrs W. P. Mc-
taken down before the hurricane at the Hampton school Tuesday Elrov, leader of the class assisted IOf Gainesville.
season this fall. morningn : "nd an outdoor guitar I'by D. E. Hill, class sponsor I Charles Prevatt attended the j .f
t The council will sell a used,i I session hrtrt sway at Mrs. Home's! Baptist Youth Fellowship held; Ace Hair Fashion show at the/I .
heavy-duty, self-propelled lawnmower .;: store on the previous Saturday j j, the second in a series of fellowship j Hotel Sereno in St. Petersburg on. '
to the highest bidder.: Bids j I I afternoon.The j I hours at the church herr Satur-j"Sunday and Monday last week. a '
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will be closed at noon this Satur-? -j i f school nrogram Included day evening, April 29.' A devotional i Mr.' and Mrs.' Rothelle Jones .\w i,"ft .;* it
:day May 13, and interested parties -I i numbers by the entire mixed ,.period was followed by games and and daughter moved last week tthe. U"", ..; ::; ,*.%.;;& 'Ol'&; t*. .
: ;; should see Councilman G. P.Wadsworth. .i i chorus, also solos and smaller refreshments for the young peopleof apartment in :Mrs. JessieChastain's .- .g .. ""t /!r ._ ,_ .
house. --
!1 the church. The next fellowshipwill .
grout Held in the school :
be Saturday 20- Mr. and Mrs. Edward ,Chester ., .-
May -
The "stray" dog problem was|auditorium: for all students and "', ..
and Miss Loretta Child spent]
also discussed at the council meet I and guests, the vocal concert was Next Year's First'Graders . ,
three days last week in Washington '
,ing. All dog' owners are reminded!under the direction of Miss Poe, Visitation Day Next Week '. : .
D. C., visiting Mr. Chester'smother "
A visitation day for children en-
that dogs must ,be :vaccinated, and county music instructor !
I ". tags showing this on their collars. ': 'Two guitars plared by guests of tering be held the at first Hampton grade next Elementary fall will I Mr.. and. Mrs.Mrs.Alice Onard Chester.Parker and,I It is strange that there are those who continue to advocate prohibition in a free :,
This is a city ordinance and: must the Jerrells here,'Buddy King and !
School on Friday, May 19 in Mrs. family moved last week from the
Saxon house on Navarre St. to This "Noble Experiment" tried all the nation 13 It
--- ----- -- Lilly. Barnes' first grade room. I I country. was over years. was :
4 their home Durden St. which
Those eligible for next year's on '
"f. AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE first grade are children who will they recently purchased.Mrs. given every chance to succeed. BUT IT FAILED MISERABLY! It failed becausethe
964-2600 be six years of age before Jan.:-1, V. J. Slade"visited la Gain-
.' 1962: The children are to attends esville last Saturday with her sister American people didn't want it. The people didn't:l want it because it tried to do
DeWitt. C. Jones_ Funeral Home hool through the morning! including Mrs. Free Hall.
-h .! lunch in:the cafeteria" until Mr. and Mrs. John Adams have the of It is natural that loves freedom.
DeWitt C, Jones Registered Funeral Director I something contrary to very nature man. man
moved: into the pld Eiland place
about 1 p. m., then parents.
Starke, Fla. may come to pick them up -and I and just Mrs.northeast Adams'of the father city, limits Fred,' Men fought and died in. countless wars just.to preserve this natural desire .de ;
enroll the children for next
Rental Service Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches year.I
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J L Parents certificate are urged if available to bring; and.a birth if I Eiland. ,and visited Mrs.them Perry last of weekend.Mr. Perry. sire to be free. They will fight again and again to be free of restrictions.. !Ix I

not, to apply for one as soon as were recent visitors of Mrs. Louise ,

possible Mrs. Barnes also encour- Manire. .. 'a.-. V .:
Truck Sale ages parents to see that children I. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Minnie "
Spring have all necessary vaccinations! ,Mariconny were :Mr. and Mrs. Wilson -

and a physical check-up before. May of Gainesville .and Mr. .f, ;, PROHIBITION DOES NOT EXIST V. i i
BEST DEAL ANYWHERE on NEW & USED TRUCKS starting school in the fall. 'and Mrs.Ellis Thornton of Starke.
PersonalsMr. Mr. anil Mrs. Frank Williams; !I ,
-.s, and family of Gainesville were
and Mrs. Roy Starr and
0 SALES, PARTS SERVICE family, Mrs. Clifford Rhame, Mr. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and -
Mrs. George Williams. There is no such thing as prohibition! at Federal level. Neither is there such a !
and Mrs. Clyde Rhame, and Mr. .

CHEVROLET AND and: Mrs.all of H.the B.Hampton Hinson and area Children at-- Mr.Sunday and Mrs.visitors: Tom at the Hardy home were of thing at State l level.' The United" States repealed this law in 1933 after, trying ,.it i.

h ROBERTS Mrs. Ruth Hardy and Mrs. Wainwright -
OLDSMOBILE tendeda Green family reunion atHillsborough
'State Park'north of 'of Lake City. for 13 years. For 28 years there has been >no such thing'as prohibition by a Federal.

!, Green Cove Springs Ph. 3033 Tampa on Sunday. Mrs. Bessie Bryant of Ft. Myersis
Mrs. A. "M. Bryant is staying" in staying with her brother, J. W. law. The State of Florida repealed this unworkable law in 1934. Therefore.! .there, f I

I Ft. Myers with her mother following Bedenbaugh, for several months.1 !
the death of her father O. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bryant of New; is no such thing as prohibition by State or Federal law. '

I B. Blount, last week at Tice, near Orleans, La. brought Mrs. Bryant ,
MANNIi Ft. Myers. Mr. Blount, 90, was one I to Hampton; and remained for a I
of the first four settlers in whatis weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs.j V
now the city of Ft. Myers. Mr. M. L. 'Watterson, J. W. Beden-i :
Bryant and Homer took Mrs..Bryant baugh, and the Leland: Bedenbaiighs. --! t
to Ft. Myers and returned.. |I WHAT ABOUT BRADFORD COUNTY? ti i

MILKIce They spent Sunday near Live Oak Mrs. Ethel Tidwell, Mi3 Betty
with Mr. and Mrs. Damon Nolan I Darling Mrs. Glenn McIntosh of t

,, ,. J and family. I Hampton, and Mrs. Lester Kite of j .
c. i. rs.s Visitors last' week at the R. H.I, Starke are on a vacation trip to i Since, a law attempting to restrict; man's freedom to act as he sees fit didn't I
Parkers were Mrs. Parker's niece,'\'New York and New Jersey,Mr.. aria I '
92c of Birmingham Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Edward; Saxon and daughtersof I work at Federal l level and didn't' work at state level lhow could anyone expect it. J
gaL ; Mrs. Emmett Girard. Mrs. Parker Gainesville are spending this

: ; and the Girards drove to Orlando. week here with Mr. McIntosh. I to work at county level? The truth is that no one does expect it'' to work. To be sure 1
Friday' for a visit, with Mr. andMrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Simmons; j i

t J. H. Baker and-family. and children moved last week I there are. .. the, idealists, dreamers and so-called reformers (just plain meddlers)
Donald McMahoneand --
Mr.and Mrs. -
l w4j; Cream from the Chastain's house on the /

I weekend son of visitors Port here Charlotte last week were. Main street. who will try to tell you prohibition prohibits. 'But common sense tells you bet

Eggs Bread L.with Watterson.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. t ter. There is no such thing as a "dry" county. Bradford has always been

o_As Fur a milk$w e epttake istis rich$wine es Cottage Cheese Bradford Onard County Parker was Hospital taken early to] ; I and it will. continue't..,.<".< to be wet no matter how.-,* ,*_ you vote i- ..,' May-' 1- 6-*th. You ca F I

Have it meal Sunday for treatment.
Breakfast every,lunch and dinner. Orange Juice Lynn Hall visited: in Miami last the county dry. Neither could you vote.j it wet... It has always been. wet. it will t
aew. ,AI r f t t
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dar-
rell Burkhardt and'family. Ij alpabe wet. YOU will simply vote on HOW IT ,WILL BE SOLD whether
Mr: and Mrs. Leon Sauls and I
iI 1 I family of Crescent City visited I legally by licensed merchants, or illegally by bootleggers. A vote for legal control
here Saturday'with Mr. and Mrs.C. .I .

I R. cox.Sunday. j of .alcoholic.. beverages is not a vote favoring the use of such. It is simply a vote on
visitors and dinner

I guests at the home of Mr. and: HOW it is to be sold. A vote for prohibition is a vote for the bootleggers. When
Mrs. Bill Underwood: and Mrs. .sIzt1
Louise Hogan at Hampton ,Lake Mr. you vote "dry" you extend an invitation to the bootleggers, the gangsters and the
I were Mrs. Underwood's sons

L. IEtUCUI.E PEl ;. :3ll4uV criminals to come into your county and take over.

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Ed Prevatt's Garage r
Body Shop I RADIATOR SERVICE Pappy Roulston, Owner& Trucks Mgr. .. Pay ,9 .attention to what the professional 1 prohibitionists! tell f9U' Use ,your
BODY & FENDER REPAIRS New Cores-Rodding-Flushing
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COLLISION SERVICEPaintingMatchin :; Crank Shaft Grinding ONE DAY SERVICE: own good common sense in deciding this issue. It matters not whether you are
]I Lawn Mower Motors Repaired NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS
FREE ESTIMATES I I So. Walnut WO 4-3861, WO 4-6584 1S5 AUTO-LITE N. Temple Starke BATTERIES WO01 -lINe SUPPiYI SIZE INK- "wet" or -'dry" insofar as the sale of alcoholic beverages is concerned. You
2QSS N. Temple Starke \VO 9-2405 j I
AUTOMATIC I I Dodd's Service & eatlae_lIuif n...
North Temple Amoco ...ad writes'witle, should be interested HOW this shall be sold
TRANSMISSION Auto Sales AMOCO GAS & OIL ...., o rtfilll --. ..'. only.jn ... ,commodity.. legally, or
Tanner's Gulf ServiceGULF GENERAL REPAIRING POULAN" CHAIN" ,SAWSCompletely A-- WISE.:. illegally.t1Vt ,, 4
International Lifetime Mufflers New
-Completely WG .IvY'I I .
Equipped Ico&skb, and
Complete Automatic Tires-Batteries-Accessories Priced & Designed for the Farm oQollb .' .
Transmissions 528 S. Walnut WO 4-S861 Just $149-95-Service on all Slakes I I = -

Service For All and Makes'Repairs 661 N. Temple Starke WO 4-9501, ...t peniire from only pent the 1M : LET'S?$ CHANGE E THE PLANwe' t

666 N. Temple Starke WO 4-2321 Starke 66" ServiceBill FARM SUPPLIES I I .
MMMBMMMMMkHMMHBMBBBBBHHAlUTO! Edwards, Prop. I I {IfI ,', "- -' r n :"

?".-. BRAKE SERVICE FEEDS FERTILIZERS I,I t I to vote for legal control of alcoholic beverages. The plan 1 hal
Wheel Alignment Insecticides t Crates and Plants) urge you. ._ .
Starke Motor i I Balancing & >,"- K -* t* r --i. : o. s 'f- .y- TOK 7'"

\f Parts Co., Inc. 617 N. Temple Starke WO 4-8881 "Your Friendly"Your Farm Friendly Supply. Sto I ri.ors worked" l, *it is-f working now wherever tried," and will J 1 continue to be. the only! .practic-= -- \.
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Your Local Gilbert S. Brown Farm Supply Store' '' i y > ''" i !
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Jobber For NAPA Standard Oil Service Station i. Cor.we 10th & Cherry Starke., 14S ,ble plan 1 qf I haRdling.the. *%l l$foft1co1\olic. 'b jver ge, } .;__: :s* ;} ;: '(.

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Phone WO 4-0801.) 4-0811) TIRES & BATTERIES ,
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Budget Terms -Road Service Thomas Welding : -.ter tit),ra Jxaia,VIA,
AUTO Starke WO 4-7071
407 N. Temple

U- J. B. Wright Electric &and Garage Acetylene Welding : Control
Earl's Garage Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH r Qnwitt : For Legal I
ALL KINDS OF Complete Auto Service Have Welder-Will "JravjJ\! .
AUTO REPAIR WORKAll TtresBatterlesAecessoriesEledrio Sales & ,Service-Work Guaranteed
Work Guaranteed Welding 116 W. Brownlee WO 4-0361. .
go, Walnut Starke WO 9-2964: 542 Madison WO 9.2801 Kite. ST 2-3775 I"r ., .
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'j,( T. Last Week Bradford County Committee. For Legal Control Sought, To Prove In : /. '
i Their Ad That 'Legal Control' Is The Answer To All The Problems Of Bradford County : ,

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every $1.00 revenue collected In taxes from alcoholic beverages. This doesnot
in legally WET counties in legally DRY counties.
as '.>'V include city, county, and family expenditures, which total approximately

f ; : $20.64 for every $1.00 collected from liquor revenue.) ..

... that, statistics prove. that the. taxes ,collected from the sale of intoxicating. beverages ., .,-.. : \
< :' ;f. that statistics prove that there IS always I without exception increased E
1 does not begin to pay for the added. heartache and suffering caused.to!, : '::'." number of alcoholics, increased crime, increased divorces and ,.' broken,

j ,oJ innocent people by those who sell 'and drink liquor, wine, and beer. .. homes, increased drunken driving and fatal traffic accidents in counties' tKat -
V.- "'" have "so called" control.
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PLACING OUR STAMP OF APPROVAL; ON OPENING LIQUOR t Giving a limited few the opportunity of making excessive profits from

: STORES AND TAVERNS. WHEREVER. ,. THE. LAW WILL PERMIT the sale of that which lowers the moral standards. and weakens the' to-
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THAT BRADFORD COUNTY For Selling;\ Intoxicating Liquors !i
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