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 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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;. t'.t precinct was heard from steps they could take to help
curb what one minister termed "flagrant violations" of the On Liquor

mh.ibJ0 M liquor laws in Bradford County.With I For Against

t'kr 52 per cent of the county's handsome profit carryjng on a I Lawtey 218 178
sLii 5,431 qualified: voters checked off i|business illegally, and then not N. Starke 533 715 I It

at the polls, the count was: for I I permit businessmen to do the I S. Starke 304 362 .: T: -T!

: I Agree On Future Steps the sale of intoxicating alcoholic:\same thing legally. He offered to Graham 13 15 ,

beverages 1,292; against sale, take the drys "any weekend" to a Hampton 67 87 -
John Kopelousos, (right), president of the at tl.e polls. The tourist organization sponsored j I! 1,577. Total number voting was number of spots where beer is Theressa 69 66 _

North Florida Tourist Association and Rev. J. II. the petition calling for the local option vote. !2869. These,figures include 72 ab- being sold to minors [anyone un- New River 25 17

Mabry,, president of the Bradford County Christian Completing the group are two more happy i sentee ballots cast on question one. : der 21 years of age]. Brooker 27 96 :

Action Association! [ shake hands, Tuesday night at "dn'V Rev. Leo .\. Hebert (left) and Rev. James i If question one had been ap- Phil Padgett of the Florida Absentees 31 41 ;

an. Informal meeting after the decisive dry victory Temple. (Photo couutesy Gainesville Sun). proved, sale of whiskey would have .Christian Action Association, with TOTAL 1292 1511
been limited to "package only" bya .headquarters in Lakeland, sitting
Fourth Conviction vote of more than two to one in on the informal and friendly]
1 Fritz Pellum on question two [sale by package !meeting, said he would like to accept strongest percentage of dry votes,
; and drink, or package only The Kopelousos' offer. with 27 for legal sale, and 96
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Robber Of Store To Appear On against. The vote in other pre-
Wayne's ; count on question two was 767 for Padgett had spearheaded the
'J cincts was fairly close.
sale by package and drink; 1.700 well organized "last minute" drive a
Given \ College Bowli for sale by package only. credited by the drys with their This was the first local option
Life ImprisonmentClayton election held in the county in
I The vote on question two was comfortable margin of victory. -'i ,.
nullified by the adverse vote on Big Push more than half a century. Last)
i Fritz Pellum, University of Florida time, the shoe was on the other Jubilant "drys" gather around Tuesday night as Phil Padgett (in
headed ordered.
a was 1 political science major and son question Padgett said, "The election was I
list of 11 persons to be tried this i I Vernon Sinclair Smith, pleaded lof' Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum of one.Get Together won In the last eight days," and foot. The county was legally wet,; booth) relays word of another dry victory to Christian Action Asso :

week In Circuit Court as the guilty to introduction of alcoholic! Starke,will be one of four students Rallying their forces as !Coon as paid tribute to the 250 workers and. the election was held to make f I elation headquarters in Lakeland. From left: Rev. Bob Badgett, Rev.

Spring Term came to a close yes- beverages into a state correctional ,I who represent the University! of enough votes were counted to .who staffed "get out the dry vote" it legally dry where it has remained Leo A. Hebert, Padgett, Rev. H. O. Boyette, Rev. James Temple,

terday. institution; a pre-sentence investi- Florida on a nationally televised clinch the decision, leaders of the efforts in the county's eight pre- ever since. and Howard Dougl l. (Photo by Franklin Ritch)
Smith was sentenced to life imprisonment gation was ordered and Smith was 'College Bowl" quiz at Bradford County Christian Action cincts. He said they called votersin Under the law, another local 4
last week after he was released on a $500 bond. 5:30: p. m. Sunday, May 21, on Association moved to confer with advance to find out if they intended option election cannot be held in $
convicted of robbing Wayne's Su David Turner, Negro, pleaded I! Channel 4- John Kopelousos, Starke res- to vote for or against legal less than two years. Special Meeting Called

perette last September 10. It was guilty to transportation of moon- i The Florida team will battle tauranteur and president of the sale. If the vote was against, they

Smith's fourth felony conviction. shine on Sept. 4, and a pre-sen- ; wits against last week's winning North Florida Tourist Association, kept a check to see that the voter End Of MayDeadline By Christian Action Association .x I II
A motion for anew trial was denIed sentence investigation was ordered. j team from Johns Hopkins Univer- original sponsors of the petition came to the polls, and went after
him Wednesday. Paul Dickerson, found guilty by calling for the wetdryeferen- him if he didn't. I f!
sity. This event will be
Florida'sfirst For Rev. Jack Mabry, pastor of the Madison Street Baptist
Handwriting experts said he was .jury of breaking and entering to I representation on' the popular dum. The drys said Kopelousoshad Padgett said he had heard the
the person who abandoned a car, 'I commit petit larceny sentenced Church and president of the Bradford County (Christian Action
; question and answer game which agreed to help them "really figure 27 mentioned several times
leaving two used to I to five Grain ProgramThe Association, announced plans yesterday for a public meeting to i
envelopes in
years prison. pits teams of scholarly udents dry the county up" if the vote since he arrived in Starke. in reference i
identify him behind about 12 Fred Blocker. Negro possessionof j against each other in an intercol- went against legal sale to the estimated numberof beheld at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, May 28, In the First Methodist J

miles south of Starke on a graded moonshine still, pleaded guilty | legiate "battle of brains." Rev. Leo A. Hebert of the First bootleggers operating< the deadline for farmers to Church.

road. Wayne Douglas, owner of and a pre-sentence investigationwas I Pellum, a graduate of Bradford Baptist Church, ,who served as county. sign up for the federal grain pro- Purpose of the meeting, Mabry. said, will be to discuss "the r'l I

the grocery, provided Postive identification ordered. 'High School, and his three teammates vote chairman in the vigorous dry Brooker Driest gram has been(! extended once a- many questions that have arisen during and since the election :

of the convicted robber.In Monroe Addison possession of a were selected after rigor- campaign staged in the final pre Only three of the county's precincts gain-this time to May 31. in regard to how we can better support our law enforcement :

other cases: moonshine still, pleaded guilty anda ous elimination try-outs which began election weeks, said, "Both sides voted wet: Lawtey by a Mrs. Mildred Saw, Couniy Agri- agencies in curbing the illegal manufacture and sale of Intoxicating .,
Joseph Mitchell, Negro, pleaded pre-sentence investigation was in March with 78 potential [wet and dry] have expressed margin of 40 [218 for legal sale, cultural Stabilization and Conser- "
Bradford i
; guilty to grand larceny in the ordered. I candidates. themselves in favor of legal mea- 178 against]; Theressa, 69 for, 66 vation office manager, said the liquors. in County. '- .
robbing of a Reno home and was Mar a1ee Padgett, possession of The team and their coach will sures in dealing with the ;;sale. of. against; and New River, 25 for, State ASC committee decided to The dry leader said among the problems to be discussed i
sentenced to five years in prison. :moonshine' still pleaded guilty and I I i fly to New York for the 11wetele- alcohol. If the county is "going to 17 against. continue the sign-up period to the will be the sale of beef to.--minors, and,.Sunday .sales, as well as t 4.

.--*ft ank-DailiiigrNesTO. was sen i a pre-sentence investigation was' cast, and will stay-at.the'Biltmore be dry, let's join forces to makeit North Starke contributed heav- end of this month because of a the traffic in moonshine and bonded whiskey. ,
\1 tenced to. five years in prison for ordered. I HoteL really dry." ily to the dry victory with 715 bottleneck. in printing special Mabry said that officials connected with the enforcement of \,

i transportation of moonshine whiskey Rev. James Temple of the votes against legal sale, and 538 forms. liquor laws will receive a special invitation to the meeting, and

on April 24.. Mullet Supper Baptists To Hear Brooker Baptist Church charged for. Brooker precinct cast the The original cut-off date was anyone Interested Is welcome to attend and take part in the
Howard McCoy, Negro, pleaded Sponsored Tonight I II that "the open sale of [bootleg] May 1, and a 'previous extension discussion.
guilty to transportation of moonshine I BHS Chorus Sunday whiskey in the county has been set the deadline at May 10.
:whiskey .on April 24 and a i By BoostersA I II flagrantly overlooked." He sakj Jie Ingram Issues Farmers 'who have already r

pre-sentenced investigation was j The Senior High Chorus of saw one bootlegger depositing a planted corn may still sign up for.
'ordered. smoked mullet supper will, Bradford High School will present week's] receipts of $2,500 in money the emergency program, designed'I Four Elected Council Okays
Robert Lee Williams, Negro, be served at the BHS stadium' a group of sacred numbers at thei orders "and that didn't include Statement On to reduce government stockpiles. For All-Star Band
pleaded'guUty to transportation Thursday, May. 18, starting at i First Baptist Church Sunday cash or checks." of feed grains, according to Mrs.i

of moonshine whiskey: on April-24 5:30 p. m. i night, May 21, at 7:30 o'clock. Majority Rules Sapp. She stated that new co- From Here Pratt StreetPaving
and a pre-sentence investigation The event is sponsored by the 1 Solo parts will be sung by Miss Kopelousos agreed that if a majority School SkippersEditor's operators will be given a chance
Bradford Boosters Club, and i Four Bradford High School
pro-! Patty Kay Lyons and Miss Geraldine -I .
of voters wanted the county I I to plow up extra acres in order to
ceeds will be used to finance an I 'been electedto
Gay. Band members have
dry "that's the way it should be"He :meet program requirements.
Four Receive All Sports Banquet to be held in M I Miss Frances Poe, choral director declared he did everything he [ note: The following Farmers who agree to cut down play in the Fourth Annual All- ProjectMoney
the high school cafeteria Thurs- of Bradford prepared statement was released -
School will
High ,
could to carry the issue for legal- corn acreage can receive an im- Star Marching Band this summer.
day, May 25. This banquet will I I direct the chorus of 60 voices. The to The Telegraph yesterday
available in the
ized sales is
I Band AwardsFour since that was his belief mediate payment for diverting this Elden Mathews, director of the now
honor all players on the basketball,, accompanist will be Miss Mar- bjit added, "I didn't' do any-I by Hugh B. Ingram, principalof land to conservation use. This fall improvement fund with which to
track, and baseball teams. i jorie Lyons of Park of the Palms. Bradford County High BHS band said this week. I
thing underhanded. ASC will issue the other half of I finish paving Pratt Street,
band' awards were pre- The supper win be $1 for adults I The public is invited. Kopelousos said he didn't thinkit School, with a request that it the payments In certificates redeemable -. The All-Star Band will meet I Starke City Council said in a

sented by Director Elden Mathews and 50 cents for children. fair for bootleggers to make a be published] in feed grain or cash. August 1-5 at the University of brief meeting Tuesday night, and
intermission at the
during In advance at the the job will be completed as soon
For Approximately $6,050 Florida. It will perform
BHs band concert in the high Freezing County Funds To MFPEducation "In a meeting Wednesday morn- payments has already been distributed North-South All-Star Football as arrangements can be made with
school auditorium Tuesday night, ing with Hugh B. Ingram, princi- the contractor.The .
to the 36 Bradford Coun- Game on Saturday, August 5.
May 9.A'wards. pal of Bradford High School, par- has 'been under contractto
ty farmers who have signed up members job
The four Starke
"in appreciation of ents of of students who
Leaders a group
Oppose I for the feed grain program Statewide elected are Freeman Register the Starke Asphalt Paving
help anT cooperation" were givento had missed school on Monday to owned by John Torode
i total payments to farmersare Company
and Cookie Mathews, majorette -
Stelnar Lorentzen, Superin- attend lake ,
a party at Crystal I
and Lavon Andrews, for some
expected to amount tJ more both for ,second time in
tendent H. P. Morgan, Mr. and Lake, declared that the students .
time, but has not been completed
than $2 million.Participating the All-Star Band. Also Johnny
jlrs. George Kaufmann and Mr Proposed Merit Pay Plan had asked for and received permission farmers also are Scott and Jimmy Lawson two because of a shortage! of funds.

and Mrs. Robert :Myrick. .. from each parent to attend guaranteed $1.27 support price per trumpet players elected for the The company has agreed to putdown
The annual Rotary Award to the party. two layers of asphalt from
bushel on their 1951 corn.crop. first time this year.
the outstanding'Senior band mem-I County education leaders voiceda 500 on the test and be' in the top cent assessment is adopted in "The principal pointed out that, In addition, they may qualify for Director of the band will be Vincent Orange Street to Saratoga
ber went to David Waite. I I vigorous protest Monday in a 20 per cent in his county he would large counties like Dade, the this posed a serious dilemma, AGP payments for conservation R. DiNino director of the Heights for '76 cents per square

After the conceit the Band lengthy Bradford Education Association qualify for a $400 pay increase. state's assessed property is raised since: he had neither the authoritynor practices on diverted land, Mrs. band at the University of Texas. yard. The city has already put
Boosters meeting was held and meeting against a pro- Teachers if the proposed bill by several billion dollars, thus also the desire to criticize or correct Sapp said. down a limerock base for the
the following officers elected for posed bill by which teacher would j' goes through, would have to take increasing each county's propor-I parents, and the students .. road, Street Superintendent S. R-
the 1961-62 school year: Mra W. be hired and paid on a merit; basis. ,, the national test before being tion of the MFP accordingly.Since were placed in the awkward pos- I[Hicks said.

F. Waite, president; W. E. La.wi i The bill proposed by a sub- hired each year, and would also Dade has reassessed, adding ition of choosing between school Hicks said the project would
son, vice president; Mrs. M. D.' committee of the House Com- i nave to take a similar test each three billion dollars to the regulations and parental permis- cost approximately $7,500

Elder, secretary; George E. Kauf-! mittee on Education, would requireall year if they wished to receive a state's assessed property value, sion. The council also established anew
mann treasurer.The teachers to take the National I pay increase. Bradford County's contribution to "According to the parents and policy by which new residents -

new officers will meet soon Teachers examination befcre they "The proposed merit bill would the MFP will increase $34,000. Ingram, the students were observed will have to pay a service
to discuss!: plans for the coming could be hired or before they couldreceive I undoubtedly eliminate many un- from $99,000 this year to $133,000 to be missing at school on charge of $2. to have lights turnedon
pay raises. Scheduled to be desirable Monday and, after investigation,' and after 5 p. m. on
year when school opens. in Sep- teachers, County School next. If Duval goes to 100 per cent Sundays
tember. reported to the full committee on Superintendent Harmon P. Morgan assessment it will add another two Ingram went to the lake to deter-I' weekdays. The fee will go to the
education Monday, the bill has received mine the the students the the
states- "But we are short otl and a half billion to the value of identity of man who turn lights on
such opposition from Florida who from school said and will be addedto
teachers now and now would the state's assessed property thus were missing r council ,
MULLET SMOKE education! personnel that action leplace those teachers thus eliminated increasing Bradford's contributionto Upon return suspended the his check at the end of each

has been delayed for further con- ?" Morgan said the idea of $170,000, he said. students involved, setting up a month.
sideration. conference with the parents 'for Utilities Superintendent said a
SUPPER poor teachers :s good,
out however
Another education bill, freezing i but that they could not be elimi- Morgan pointed Wednesday, at which time he had man is kept on call at all timesI
BUS STADIUM each county's contribution to the nated until the teaching becomes that i fthe 25-75 split is adopted, planned, he explained, to arrive ata 1 I I each night and (weekends in case
local contribution to the MFP will
Minimum Foundation Program{ at I attractive just and adequate penalty for of emergencies.In .
enough to attract better
25 per cent to the state's 75, has remain fairly consistent with the I other action the council:
Thurs., May 18 teachers to take their plate 10 each of the youngsters involved. jT1 ;
I been placed the i i past years. the Starke -
on Senate calendar "Ingram went on to say that Voted to pay Jaycees
"Until such time that
5:30 P.M. Till? and is also under consideration of teaching But if present policies continue, since the students were not wholly $59.85 for expenses incurred
I the House. Senator Charley E.J I becomes attractive enough to be he said Bradford would have to responsible, he'would revert to the .'. INNR" while building a fence around the

A Adults $1 Johns and Representative Arch I[desirable to better people than we I increase its own assessments. 40 standard'penalty rather than a .-. midget league baseball diamondon
i i have over-all HOR5E5BDPI.I.
! H Children 50c Thomas Jr. are both co-signers of !, now, an pay raise per cent to meet the increased more severe penalty which he had x s xi,7r Pratt Street. Councilman Carl
I the would most benefit the profes- payments close down its schools.He t out that moat of
bill in their respective houses.:* or contemplated. The parents expressed 1ST RIC'j 1361 Hurst pointed .

,a Sponsored By The proposed merit bill would j!sion, the superintendent stated. also pointed out that the only a misunderstanding of the ... .. .. .. ;_: .._ ".., the materials were provided by. 1
Bradford Boosters Club require every teacher to make aj i, MFP Fund Split way this., county could rase ad- polIcies' the school and Ingram local merchants with Jaycees providing
score of at least 500. which is the\j Morgan also explained that un- ditional funds would be to add ad- explained, to them that the only the labor.'
national average, before hs could 'ess the bill for a 2575'county- ditional real estate taxes thus lay- time excused permits were awarded FFA Horseshoe Champs Okayed an order by Street Supt.

I This Space Contributed receive full certification. This I I state split for financing the Minimum ing the burden back at the feet of is in the case of illness recognized Hicks for a truckload of six inch

would make it possible for 50 percent ,i I Foundation Program is the local businessman. educational trips and Accept District PennantFFA pipe. Hicks said the pipe would
Weekly Publicize I adopted, the burden of school support -' cost less than $1,000.
f of the state's teachers to lose| "Businessmen should be alerted hardship work cases.
Community Events byiTHE their' teaching certificates, it was i will be placed more and more that unless this bill is passed, The mating concluded with District S horseshoe pitching champs Morris Carter (left) Authorized the Natural Gas Department
said.The on the counties and less and less that most cost of the MFP will be the parents requesting that a news and Henry HarreH receive the winner's pennant from Hank Battama, under SuperintendentOscar

COMMUNITY bill also requires that a ,on the state. transferred to the county thus increasing story appear indicating their responsibility president of the Santa Fe Chapter Carter.and Harrea, members of Davis, to organize a softball -
teacher score 600 on the test and I He explained that at present local real estate ,taxes," in the absences of the the team to play in the second
Marlowe, won
| STATE BANK advised by Instructor bards
be in the top 10 per cent among the counties' contribution to the Morgan declared. The state wouldbe students."Although. the chapter hat of city league play. The city
OF STARKE those taking it in his county toj MFP is a certain portion of the saving money he said by trans- the meeting began in horseshoe championship at the District- FFA Contest. at Santa will provide shirts, caps, hits and

L be eligible for an $800 pay increment -Ii total assessed valuation of all property ferring the burden of school support a strained atmosphere was concluded High School May 5. balls and anyone is invited to try

If the teacher would make' in the state. When 100 per back.to the 67 counties on a more,cord1a1 note." They had also won the trlet-at HUHarf earlier. out.

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J Gainesville in the County Court House at Starke,: -
1 were overnight guests Florida, within eight calendar I II
Saturday of Mr.and Mrs. Charlie G i months from the date of the first i
11} J Cowen. They all spent Sunday a. :publication of this, notice, or the I II
Receives 1 I i same will become void according to I FLORIDA THEATRE
t with Mrs: : Charlie Renfroe andfamily t law. This May 9 1961.
.1 ,I in ,, (S) William Thomas; Mnrrhee, Jr.!
Tarpon Springs. Administrator of the Estate of
, : II I Gro-Tone for .Camellias, Aza- 5-Year t William Thomas Murrhee (Sr.) De- I

: -I:I'I 1 r': Iti THE NEWS leas, and Oarcienbs-at S tnmk's.i f ceased.First Publication May 11, 1981. SAT., MAY 20'i

!' tt Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons of Hollis V Knight

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}s Dr., and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Their ; '-11
I .; Among those attending the :Mr. and Mrs. John D. Anderson daughter, Maurene,. stayed, with I
i' .. State Jaycee convention in Jacksonville and son, John, of Cocoa spent .Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chambers, and From T i -T.X COLLECTOR'S rorxTr WABRAXT.ALtcurA FLORIDA. ..

* last Friday to Sunday the weekend with Mrs. A. W. An- Stephen Simmons and Bob Ellis 1'; \O. ire ,;, JIf
1I i Tax Collector's Warrant Alachua JOHN
;p were Mr. and Mrs. Abe Abercromtie derson. were guests of John Adams and County. Florida Plaintiff rs. John
tie, :Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Snell, Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty and Don Page. Setzers Roles' Construction Company 2327 STE1HBECKS

rl ,. and :Mrs. Carl L.. Johns, Mr. and son spent the weekend with Mr. Marcia Haynes is spending tHr y |I 3f. E. 19th. Dr., Gainesville, FlorIda.PE'fE'ndlnt. i' THE WAYWARD et

.. t Mrs. Jerome Johns, Bob Williams, and Mrs. M. F. Chitty and }Ir. weekend in Dunedin with Marcia k' NOTICE OF SHERIFF" SALE

't Ray Goldwire, Johnny Kopelousos, and Mrs. Chester Hadsock in- I, Whittle. I I D.Notice Reddish is hereby Sheriff given of that Pradford I. P. ,a BUS r,. ,

Dr. Harry Gruen, and A. Q. Lakeland, Ga. Mrs. James L. Hair and daughter '4 < -1. -5- ,-I} ; County. Florida under and by virtueof CliSccE + ?a

t C. Smith. Armour Fertilizer and Tuxedo Anne, of Lake City were visit- Mrs Wynell Christmas, a front office clerk at the local Stezer'sSupermarket a Tax issued!' Collector's out of Alachua Warant County heretofore I ":w k6s titAnnntY

flJ' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. High and Feed, at Sistrunk's. ing her mother, Mrs. Annie Holl-, Florida in the above !styled' tra
: has _been awarded a gold five-year pin representingfive cause I have levied upon the following -
Tara, of Jacksonville Miss Barbara Colley and Miss ;-- Crockett Dooble )
daughter, i ingsworth, on Saturday. : equipment, to-wit: ,,, Cartoon: Do
J spent the weekend with her parents Ruth Capuchio, registered nursesat Mayor and Mrs. W. T, Jackson years of service in the local store The pin was presented this One (1) F-600 Ford truck, withno I,i .4
Mrs. J. M. Edwards. the University Hospital, Gaines- week by Clyde LaMee, store' manager. body on bed. Color YEUo1960 I
Mr. and
I 1 were in Sarasota,on business from t Fla. license11 CT' -49S. 1,r f fI .
_ ;: I Mrs. Kenneth Witt and son, ville, returned Wednesday from Tuesday to Thursday.Mr. One (1) yellow Ford truck with I i I
Mrs. J. T. Adkins of Bainbridge large tank on bed. Tag No. 1360: thru 24 \
: Randy, of Columbiana, Ohio are three weeks vacation in Falls. and Mrs. J. H. Gill of Kings- Ga. is spending Thursday to Sunday -j Guard Cited 11 C'Y-490 Engine No. !S70!. 13'j SUN.-WED., MAY 21
t spending several weeks with :Mr. City, Mass. and New York City. : 1 ley Lake had as Mother's Day : I i Onet) Caterpillar grader, :
," with her daughter, Mrs. yellow No. 7fifl. roor'1 NOW! Direct from Road-Show Eng a'gement
and Mrs. M. L. Johns.G. Mr. and Mrs. R. V Chapmanand guests Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gill and On InspectionThe i One (1) Catepillar crawler, ;
James Hobbs family. I I' ti
: G. E. AIR CONDITIONING family and Mr. and Mrs.' R. family of Jacksonville, and Mr. I )yellow Xo. CB 5774 (With Blade at Popular Prices!
Mr. and Mrs. David One crawler
Montgomery! ; (1) Dfi Caterpillar .
I, BROWN'S REFRIGERATION W. Johnson and daughter attendedthe and Mrs. Bill Graham and familyof visited their parents, Mr. and I annual Department of thej i I with blade, color yellow No. 9U19502. i I : ,
Mr. and Mrs. David McLeod i ii Chapman: family reunion at Starke. I Army inspection of Co. B, 748th One n) Caterpillar grader, color, CANTINFLAS ;
? Mrs. Horace Tolbert and Rev. | I!yellow Cat. No. 218 Motor No. 7E949.
i ** and children of Brunswick, Ga. Ocean Pond, near Olustee, on James Darby of Tampa was a and Mrs. E. F. Montgomery, inj I Ordnance Bn-, Camp 'xBlandingr, One (1) .'Low- ov" trailer color, f .

i w were weekend guests of his bro- Sunday.Dr. guest last week of Mrs. T. J. Lake City on Sunday. and: its men and equipment was Yellow!163. Model No. W. T. 25 Serial No. The sensation. of "Around the World in Eighty Days'w ;

'* ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and and Mrs. A. J. Barry and Griffin and Miss Annie Darby. Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin of I; held Tuesday, May .9. After reviewing One 'ii) Electric WE'tder30 1 1h
; II" Mrs. H. A. McLeod. H. A. Mc- children and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and Miss records of the unit, Major j AMP.. L-lneoln Serial No. A H 914.
Ochlochnee, Ga. and Mr. and :Mrs. Ono (1)11' Compressor. Serial
r Leod is superintendent of the Independent Kramer spent the weekend in St. Gloria Johns of Jacksonville were W. -Thomson arid family of I Sanders, .of the Inspector Gen- i No. 217U-10 27-8X1 11-16 X 1 5-8 P

t Life Insurance Co. in Augustine... Sunday guests. eral's Department then reviewed i i 2 TT AND
Monticello spent the weekend with As the property or the above \
*. starke. Jerome Johns and John Torode members of the unit at 8 p. m. for i .
i named defendant and that on the
Mrs. Sarah Hunter and son. their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. F. F. [ E
Mrs. George Kaufmann and attended the Petroleum Marketers an inspection in ranks. Each man'; 5 day of June, 1961 between the legal ..
Theron, and Mrs. Martha Snellen I Stump, on Mrs. Stump's birthday hours of sale, namely eleven o'-
r. :Mrs. R. d.: Pekie attended the and son. Harold, were at Daytona Association 'board of directors which fell on Mother's, Day. was questioned in order to determine I clock in the forenoon and two 0'- -, *
State Line Zone of the Lutheran I meeting in Miami from Saturday 1 the effect of the unit's train- |cock! in the afternoon at twelve P ..
\ I Beach on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Robier and io'clock noon, on said day at the *' -
''I I .* Women's Missionary League at the Vertagreen ,for flowers and I Ito Wednesday. family visited Mrs. E. B. Andrews I I Iir ing efforts. r south door of the Court House in CINEMASCOPE 1
: I Grace Lutheran Church in Jacksonville : Mrs. B. K. Scott of Columbus,, After inspection in the ranks, a TTndford County Florida. I will offer r "
I lawns, at Sistnmk's. I Lake Butler Sunday 'afternoon.ITh'e ) for sale and sell to the I >, E
on Saturday. Ga. was a guest from Saturdayto brief period was set aside for individual bidder for cash, jn hand the above .
i I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosiers had as Sunday evening .: :
i Miss Margaret Kienzle of Miami Darby Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs Guardsmen to air in private described property !said d..tt'nd.1 : t !r
and and Mr. and Mrs. J. guests, :Mr. and Mrs. G. F. ant, to satisfy said execution.P. .
I :: is visiting Mrs. E. L. Cox and family W. F. Glenn. of Jacksonville thPir troubles to the Inspector I D. Reddish Co-starring: Dan Dailey and Shirley ,Jones t
Tippins ; !
R. and had I
Lt. Pearson this week. Wainwright family allother's .Sheriff Bradford County
son, Cox, Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gaines- General.
J i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tenvillegar I By Jean Wainwright D. S. \
I' : Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Day dinner party on ville spent Mother's Day with her and family visited Mrs. C. B.I Major Sanders then visited each s-ll 4t 6-1 I 35 GREAT STARS

: *. son, Mickey were in Ozark Ala. Sunday at the Darby home on daughter Mrs. Seeber Goodman class of instruction to evaluate;
,I Tuesday and Wednesday to attend Cherry street. Also attendingwere and family. Tervrillegar in St. Petersburg, )j i the i ability of the instructors and j Maurice Chevalier Debbie Reynolds

r >. the funeral of Mrs. J. B. Dansby, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cham- Dr. and Mrs.( R. S. Mullins and over the weekend. the quality of the instruction being YOUR fling Crosby Cesar' Romero ,
bliss and and Mrs George Manassa and children -
Miss l
son, Dickie :
it Sr. Tuesday afternoon. family spent the weekend iri Ocala Cove given. Michael Callan Frank Sinatra
of Green
\1 r .. Dr. and :Mrs. :Marcus Brown Ruby Fugate of Jacksonville, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Springs'islt1 j Instructors for classes given on Bobby Darin Edward G. Robinson
ed her Mrs. G.
DeVore of Miss mother, W. String-
: ::- and son, Craig, of New Port Richy Johnny Lawtey, 1 G. W. Mullins and Mr. and Mrs. fellow, on Saturday.Mrs. I the night of the inspection were Jimmy Durante Jack Lemon .

\. 1: w are visiting Mrs. M. F. Brown Mary Katherine Wainwright of L T Izler. "tet. J. R. Burris, Sgt. Townsend'' Judy Garland. Peter Lawford

, this week and staying at theE I FSU, Tallahassee, and Mr. and I Mrs. W E. Middleton and Miss I with Mr.Joe and Wilson Mrs. Milton spent Sunday Brown-j I Strickland, SFC Virgil Jordan, !: Hedda Hopper Greer Garcon

I Ritch cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Randy Johns of Starke.G. I Madge Middleton Gabor
were visiting lee in Gainesville. and SP5 R. E. Mundorf. ; Ernie Kovacs Zsa 7.sa
14 Dr. and :Mrs. Gerald Ewing and I Mrs, Mae Jones in Jacksonville on'' After the inspection of the Janet Leigh
I E. AIR CONDITIONINGBROWN'S Tommy Reddish is visiting his
. t j children spent the weekend in Saturday. North and others ,
, 4' rR REFRIGERATION uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. training a brief conference was MAN Jay many .
Sarasota. Redwood Trellises, at SlstninkS.Mr. .
, / .. R. Royster, in Jacksonville this with the NCOs and officersof
.. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer entertained week., the unit, at which time Maj. t : Cartoon: Pluto's House Warming

jJ i I A New Hair Color at a family dinner onMother's Judge G. L. Patten is attendingthe Sanders declared that the unit's A V. I. P. [; .

1 I Day. Out-of-town guests annual meeting of the Florida grade would be determined in the IS ,
1 : Will Do Wonders For You! were Mr. and Mrs. ; ..... -
Tom Slade Bar Association in Hollywood, Fla. near future. He remarked that the
)I : ,I ,' Jr. and family of Jacksonville. from Wednesday to Saturday. unit looked very good in all re- HeT5 giving) away an'lEHhomewith THURS., & FRI.
Start with a tip and work to Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish -
I up an entire and Judge Patten has been selectedas spects and was highly complimentary I .. MAY2526Double

I ) : 'tint if you wish. But do call us today! family spent Mother's Day with one of the judges of the Flori- of local Guardsmen.As ,
.. I Mrs. W. H. Edwards in Jackson- hated! indoor .w,. ',- Feature Program
, da Law School's Moor Court com- a Forward Support Ordnance '
ville.Evelyn petition. Company, Co. B is responsible for swimming 1st. Feature 2nd. Feature
If Your Car License is No. 45jV 1.83i I Sinclair is confined .
maintenance support and ord- Watch"The Price is Right" .
i '" with measles. 1tSTme; (the
nance supply of Combat Command P.M
Wednesday ,
Awaits you at our Salon Watch this space Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere 'Graves ReunionSunday B of the 48th Armored< Division NBC. t y, LaughfestTTmeQftturlifetime

every week for new winners. in Brunswick, Ga. on Sunday May 28 Florida and Georgia Na- WhowouWyouthink ?

, f" Last week's winner-Mrs.,, Roddy Deaver visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. O. !,' tional Guard.At knows'the price??? A; II III

;. Week before last winner was reported as Mr. and :Mrs. C. D. Williamsand Graves-Abernathy Friends and relatives families of ,the invited this time Co.. B has several Visit our I E H modelSomedisplay.and
are .
j -; -being Mrs Clayton Driggers, it was' Mrs. daughter Jane of Jacksonville to attend the annual reunionon openings for men with prior service ask!.
I C. A. Draggers.r were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orie Sunday, May 28, at Gold Head in the Armed Forces, and any I t t1.4 ,. ,
J Wiggins on Sunday.Mr. person who can meet the educa- I
r Branch State Park near Keystone FOR
and Mrs. George Cottmanof tional and physical requirementsis THE
rieighfs. A basket lunch will be 1
Glamo-Ree; Hair StylistMiss Ocala invited to discuss enlistment HOUSING
Carl Andrews of Bar- !served at opportunities u.a.u: ESSENTIAL { f,
,S. : Ellouise Ph. 964-8341 Mr. Keith tow and MrS. T.> C. Chastain of with personnel of the
353 N. Temple Avenue Hampton were Sunday evening CARD OP .THANKSOur company. See Model Homes I
dinner guests 'of Mr. and Mrs
1 1I.1r".n-------:: ___ niIl- i. heartfelt thanks to all who in''Tb'e County Jadff'n Court Of I is ilttiiuf c'taRhd Btia '
r -' Wesley Andrews Bradford Comity, FloridaIn i :==r
extended comforting sympathyand The Estate Of ,
Ortho Insecticides; at Sl tnmk's.' I : ON DISPLAYAt ltctlLnI(
help in :our recent sorrow. Thomas MurrheeDe' i
l Joe Martinez has returned home
ROBBiNS'.SALE from Baptist Memorial For the beautiful service, floral I ceased.NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 400 W. Madison St.i I lilddlW1RRBR!
Hospital persons having claims or demands -
offerings and Bother kindness
: where he underwent eye we against the estate of William I Cartoon: First Fast Mail
Mr., and Mrs Lowell surgery. are deeply grateful.-- The Harper ,Thomas Murrhee, deceased, are here-i PHONE 964-8641 Il
Mathewsof Renfroe by notifed and required to file their
v f MwW+lvwwgt e eeaun a (myww, Neptune Beach and Mr. and. family. claims in the, office of the County l

MEN'SVALUES Mrs. Garl Mathews of Starke ,

spent'Mother'q; Day with Mi. and

SHOES <}1rs. Bruce Mathews in Gaines .

/iPh5 ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Pizzo and chil-
in Living room
t ; dren of Tampa i were Sunday visit- f

$ ors of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,Marti-

J '; nez.Baby Chicks, at Slstronk's.

1 her Mrs.son-in-law Pauline and Torode daughter is visiting Mjr. wlfh Reversible Solid Fount Cushions 'f

i and Mrs..L. W, Hieatt in Orlando. .... x Regular $214.60_ !

Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatkais

-.;:' : spending several weeks with
:, : ,, l her daughter, :Mrs. Herbert Thom-' !$!;
.. '.
as, and family.

:' TO 9.95 Mrs. R. A. Thomas. had as Sun-' $179 I Ijl

day dinner guests Mrs. G. :M.
Black Tan Loafers Lace-
ups Fowler: and granddaughter, Susan,

of Winter Park, Mr. and Mrs. I.

: ROBBINS DEPT. STORE Robert Hess and children of Dun- ONLY 's DOWN

rellon and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 1 1 1 ,i L1: II I

"The Store of Values'ey Thomas and daughter, Kathleen, : eF '
of Starke. ,

: Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fields i
,,""ii. _I II I
\ family Jacksonville were k. :

visiting their parents. ,Mr. and

Mrs. O. W. White, Sr. and Mrs.

t J H. Fields on Sunday. j,! .'

.Misses Linda and Bobbie Faye ;
I +uL .
.ia'I w
j MIt I Smith Glenda Brown Suzie % r

: Broadway, and. Wanda Williams r :

: spent Saturday at Daytona Beach.I I

MILK Mrs..Henry,OTIara had as weekend i I fj

t guests Mr* and Mrs. Otho ;

Hammon of Mansfield,,Ohio Mrs. r a ;'i .. ..
e J W. H. Tillman of Valdosta Ga.. '" f i
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Mrs Benny ,Moore of Jesstrp, Ga., '. ": :
Mrs. Henry Rogers of Waldo,,and : :,1llfi? iir.t::. W :: : .
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I r g. Mrs. C, J Frazier of Graham. "",J.:3'iiip.'. : : :::: ::::: ;--?;-f1':.'y.':;..?"#"ri::1o-:.:.f..d.v'.::':'t1.fi.:.; ..r.-- t I
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Alston of 'viO'f<<.:$$; d:; <$f4 i tiU
Riehland, Ga.. ,spent the weekend [ 'ri -- '
with their ,daughter Mrs. ; GROUP AS SHOWN INCLUDES Sofa with Matching Chair : 1
Ice Cream man Willis {and family. Nor-I ,, ,

I I Mr. and Mrs.. E M. Williams I Two Step fables Cocktail Table Two Table Lamps .PHONE ",. .. ,
visited Mrs. Myra' Williams in
j -
_t Eggs Bread |f Folkston Ga.. ,over the weekend j I I -e- two Sofa Pillows *. 964-4321 itI I'

I listen ,| Mr. .and Mrs.. John..:Deas \and t tj I
Drink milk for vigor \ Vt'AV Cottage, Cheese**" j I family of Lake'City. spent .Moth-[r One* you s.H this,exciting.new Ivrnhure... ou'll know why it fc indeed our.proudest achievement,fa ";, Use Our .. I

H builds strong bodies er's Day with Mr. and Mrs E. I valve! Seethe tfriUng beauty...'luxuries sifyrlia0..fee) the quality o' rich'new fcbnci..th superb ., j!;

;. Mokes you grow bigger Orange.Juice I W.Mr.Hayes and at Mrs.Kingsley Robert Lake.L. Mc-j. comfort cf deep MM ewifiion; ....I>oai_ of aIf..tmd& to esuy to 0""; .Uwnfl oar eoBventeflt IfM$1!.: Easy Payment Plan f i!

Clellan of 2150 E. Brownlee Street '

to .. have moved to 607 St. Clair 'I'

street Mr. and -Mrs.. C, H. Register j, "It's A Fact You Denmark Furniture i nYlri' ;!

.. 2 u u)Ann EE VALLEY DAIRIES and Charles Register of Tallahassee l: r + mp

and Mrs.- W. C. Preacher of i iRido Can Do Better At" ,
I J and. S. C. weekend
f were I .
guests of Mr.and Mrs. H. A. Law- .. ', 'J- /sf I- I
: : :
mmflMrw Free i : ";:" : OF STARK i
son.Miss Delivery '
: : :: .. ,. -
Jackie Hobbs of St Pet. : : .. :.

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J Barbara Ward, IEH Homes 'the youngsters entertained.

:\ i iIv. I Bride-Elect L- I Visitors 'may also register for

. t I I the handsome door prize-a three-
Open To PublicThe
i Given ShowerMiss piece early American bedroom

.. ;suitv1th cedar-lined Irawers.
t. Barbara Ward, brideelectof public is cordially Invitedto This suit, will be on display in the

June 4, was the inspiration for Fe{.' 'v e attend open house Saturdayand furnir ed model home.

a lovely shower given Tuesday Sunday May 20-21. at IEH ': According to officials of the

Moot, evening, :May 9, in Fellowship (Institute of Essential Housing] company, IEH provides attractive
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f Hall of the First Christian Church. I headquarters on West Madison J! low cost homes not now available
Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. ;c ;;flr Street. under conventional building and

Couple Visiting Don Harley Mrs. Gerald Griffis, "'-1-'> Open for inspection thb week- J financing. It supplies total\ financing -

Starke, Honored Mrs Virgil Jordan, Mrs. Ed Prevail '. \ end will be two o: lEH's most ': on any land to which the

$$1 With Parties Mrs, Emory Prevail Mrs. 't ";,. r{ ., c'1T" popular models-the Hemlock Hill,, prospective homeowner can show
I Margaret Blankenship. Mrs. Char- ;" f.. in its basic stage and the popular 1| clear! title.
lie Cowen Mrs. Bob Badgett, Mrs. ...:, Chestnut i
i Ii Mrs. Rita Dickens of Marianna Hill, completely furnish It is pointed out that IEH homes
J. B. White Miss Elaine Colson. l' ed. I'
and Mrs. Bette Green of :Miami |i are not pre-fabricated: but are
Mrs. Carlton Chastain Mrs. Ed
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hicks, and Miss Lonnie Fullwood. W\ s The reception these homes have I built from the ground up by local

ll by R D. Vining, have been honored at Mrs. Cowen greeted guests as sd received in this area already indi- ,I craftsmen under careful super-
several delightful parties this cates wile public acceptance according -
arrived and themto
they presented! vision. Nine models
wdrair. week. to IEH officials. Salesmenwill are offered,
the receiving line composed of
Az Mrs. T. T. Long gave a lovely the honoree, her mother, Mrs. -be on hand during the open and they are available in four

t bridge-luncheon Tuesday for Mrs. Robert Ward, -Mrs. Nora Patray, house days to answer all qjestions I stages; the basic house and finish

:t I Green and Mrs. Dickens at her mother of the bridegroom-elect, regarding price and construction. j i it yourself; partly finish it yourself -

i home Washington street. At-. Mrs. Emory Prevatt, and Mrs. Parents are urged to bring their I I I I ; or let IEH complete it "ready
tractive arrangements is' of pink and, children along and let them
: tit.i Badgett.The en- :j: to move in". The property owned '
,* ia blue hydrangeas and sweet peas I hail was attractive for the joy the fenced-in play yard, where i i I may be
rural farm
I !lakeside
centered the two bridge dining occasion with several artistic arrangements free balloons will be given away I I
_J -_- tables which overlaid with and clowns will be on hand to keep i j i or any accessible piece of ground
were of Spring flowers The
I 11IIo..>:.o.._ __...".....-.. ...
I imported cloths in matching col lace covered refreshment table -" -.=- --..'. .-- '
-- '- ;: : :
''mayr ors. Other arrangements of colorful held a beautiful arrangement of Little Women Officer Aid Book SaleNew ---: I

', spring flowers were placedat I the same blossoms and was flank-
I .. .. ...-wi."" m ;. ,. ./ vantage points in the party
-- -- '
ed holders with
( by crystal candle officers of the Little Women's Club assistFrom left: Barbara Blankenshipice president;
rooms. white tapers. Crystal trays held Mary Ann Long, president; Janet Nichols treasured I
j Kienzle-Cox After several progressions of decorated cake squares, nuts, and in the successful book sale last weekend, pro- IT
Jackie Bales andmoted
er; corresponding secretary;
'! Engagement Told bridge were played prizes were mints. by the Starke Library.
1 Betty Lou Wainwright, recording secretary. OLEN'SSOON
.1 l awarded to Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, The punch table was centered I

J Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Robert high, and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr., with a crystal punch bowl sittingIn for each afternoon similarto
I Theme Makes Breakfast
Kienzle of Miami announce the second high. a bed of fern, interspersed with Spring May .
that Initiated by the former director -
1 engagement of their daughter, On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. white florets. Presiding at the Outstanding Social Event Of YearThe Bob Benner, last season.

.\i :Margaret Bernadette, to Lt. Pear. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. T. H. punch bowl were Mrs. Griffis and Elliott will be assisted by Play- TO BECOME
)1 son Edward Cox, son of Mrs. Eddie Slade entertained at a lovely tea Mrs. Hicks. Miss Colson was In outstanding social event of the Junior Woman's Club, and ground Director John Manningand

,1' Lee Cox and the late Mr. Cox. at the home of the latter from charge of the gift tables. the: early summer season was the Mary Ann Long, president of the Coaches Lennard Register

< Miss Kienzle attended FSU one 4:30: to 5:00: o'clock for Mrs. The hostesses presented the hon- annual May Breakfast of the Little Women's Club, honored. and Dave Hurse. Afternoon sports

.' .' year and graduated from University Dickens and Mrs. Green. oree with a serving bowl in her Starke Woman's Club held at the guests, were among the 110 pres-. schedules will be announced ,before -
( of Florida with a Bachelor chosen china pattern. club house Wednesday May 10, ent at this annual affair. .
Spring flowers were used the end of the school term.
j,, of Arts degree. advantage in decorating points of I One hundred guests were invitedto at 12 noon. Mrs. Paulk presented Mrs.
attend the hours of of theme B. Parks,' Parent Support Asked
I Lt. Cox attended the University interest in the Slade home for the between "Magic Spring" was i Thomas and Mrs. W.
of Florida where he graduatedwith occasion and a beautiful arrange- 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock.Methodist carried out in decorating the I, House Chairman, with personal "Some of the economy-minded
a Bachelor of large auditorium and lounge for gifts as mementos of the occasion. legislators are again attackingthe
Industrial En- ment of Shasta daisies were usedas
this beautiful affair. The focal state-supported summer pro-
gineering degree. He belongs to a center-piece on the tea table. Adult
Chi,Phi point of interest was the stage Officer InstallationSet gram along with bills to destroy
fraternity the American
Mrs. Vining entertained the Class .
;: Institute Enjoys which was transformed into an adult education DCT programs
:neering. At Industrial Engi- Wednesday morning bridge club DinnerThe old fashioned garden. Centeringthe By Garden ClubThe and kindergartens" Gibson stated.
present. Lt. Cox is Progressive I
I Attending at luncheon-bridge on Thursday garden'was a flowing fountain "If the parents of Bradford Coun- STARKE
Guided Missile Opera- at her home W. Madison Street
on Starke Garden Club will
tion School af Adult Fellowship class of decorated with birds and water ty school children believe that
Sheppard A. F.. B. for her guests.Col. hold an installation of officers and
Texas the First Methodist Church en- lilies, and surrounded at the base the summer program fills a needin

and Mrs. T. T. Long will joyed a progressive dinner party with tropical fern, snapdragonand : covered dish supper :Monday nightat this community, they are urgedto .I u
honor Mrs. Dickens and Mrs. last Friday evening. hibiscus. Palm trees, bloom- 6:30 o'clock in the Parish write a personal letter to Gov- .i i.. :9

THE RIGHT POINT for the Green at a dinner party at their I The ten couples met at the ing apple trees, flowering shrubs House. ernor Farris Bryant telling him: ... a. ,

i way you write. Come in and se-.' home Thursday evening. Twelve home of Mr. and Mrs Drew Reddish and white ornamental furniture Annual reports will be given so," Gibson added.HOMECOMING. -
left favorite by the chairman and committees
\ Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. I!'guests are invited to attend. for appetizers and Chen pro- completed spring garden. I I after the supper. ...-... .. ........ ... ...;
ceeded to the home of Mr. and Officers, past presidents, mem- I SUNDAYAT '
) Hostesses for the evening willbf.
I r- Mrs. Fred Snell for the salad bers of'the Junior Woman's Club" LAWTEY BAPTIST /
Mrs. Ida Mae chairman
Shaw ,
course. Mrs. Snell was. assisted president! .of the Little Women's ulr.
I' Miss Dorothy Ross. Mrs. W. P. Mc- .
Rev. E. D. of ,
by Mrs. Richard Solze. The main Club, and honored guests were .
Elroy, and :Mrs. M. F. Hazen. '
retired 'minister and .
course of barbecue beef I 92-year-old
was serv- seated at a U-shaped table. Three
BULLINGTON'Sfor ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. oblong arrangements of 'white I pastor of.the Law .ey Baptist I

Jerome Johns. Mrs. Johns was gladioli, pink and orchid snapdragons : Church from 1919- to 1924, will { Save \

assisted by Mrs. Bill Shiner, Mrs. Fujii mums, and leatherleaffern Summer Program I, preach the morning sermon next 1
Bobby Turner, Mrs. J. V. Rowe, were placed at intervals with Sunday when the church observes

Mrs. Charles Johns, Mrs. H. O. garlands of smilax running the its annual Homecoming. \PotfJi E

Boyette and Mrs. James Blood- length of the table. Adds Science I, The pastor, Rev. Tommy Howe, j

GraduationGIFT worth. Members of the club and house- : invites all old friends of Rev.

The dinner party ended at the guests were seated at individual "' Boyer, and former members of .

it I. home of Dr. and :Mrs. R. S. Mul- tables which were centered with Industrial ArtsTwo the church, to join the present -e. -. ,
S.. . ._ -
lins for the dessert course. Mrs. small baskets of spring flowers. congregation in the Homecoming .:. .

II S. Mullins was assisted by Mrs.Henry Mrs. D. L. Thomas, president of j observance. Dinner will be served i

Godwin. While at the Mullins the Starke Woman's Club, welcomed new programs will be add- after the morning worship. ,

SPECIALS! home the group enjoyed mock the guests and gave a short ed to the annual eight-week school .

Olympic games and had a short : resume' of the year's work. Mrs. summer program it was announced

"I business meeting. J. H. Mabry gave the devotion. yesterday: by L. H..' 'Gibson, D EBKTARK
Mrs. Thomas then introducedMrs. summer program coordinator. FL-: been familiar
i Alpha Delta Kappa I Dave Paulk who presentedthe Industrial Arts teacher Ted "Save at Carp's" has long a

Meets following program entitled Oglesby will conduct an arts and I phrase to thousands of thrifty customers
MondayAlpha crafts program, including wood-1 SUN. MON. &' TUES.
"Spring Magic": Little Folks- to
Gamma Chapter of Alpha "Birth of the Flowers" and working and leathercraft each MAY\ 21, 22, & 23 soon, you'll have an opportunity

Delta Kappa sorority met "Dance of the Flowers;" Rev. afternoon for both elementary and The Grass Is Greener' share in this experience. In a very fewCarp's
high schol
students. Instructor
Monday night at 7 o'clock at the Barry VanDeventer,. vocal solo, -
Richard Jockel wil" super- Starring: Gary Grant, Deborah weeks from now, will be a brand
"I Believe"
home of Mrs. R. S. Mullins. A ; Mike Sheppard- Kerr, Robert llit<-hum, and Jean
covered dish supper was enjoyedby piano selections; Mrs. Vernon I vise a new projects program for in elementary science research Simmons. pew, spit 'n span store redecorated,
Reddish, vocal solos,
the ten members attendingthis "Mockingbird -!
MOVIE and high school students each The Naked Hills and best of all FIRST QUALITY
CAMERAS final meeting of the year. Hill" and "Lavender Blue"; : new signs, ,
Projectors and Gilbert New-comb, vocal solo afternoon. Starring: David Wayne, Keenan
Mrs. Jean Clark was a special merchandise for member of them
"Irish Lullaby." Both of the new programs will Wynn, and James Barton. every

22.50 39.95 guest.:Mrs. Ernestine Register conducted Mrs. Charles Schmitt, general conducted the local high at school the from facilities 1 to of 4 Plus Cartoon: the family and h o e When you shop at

I andPortable up and up the business meeting, and chairman chairmen has,announced and their the: com-following p. m. daily Gibson stated. Interested WED., THURS., MAY 24, 25 Carp's, you're assured of getting the best t
Mrs. Lucille Payne introducedthe
speaker, Mrs. Maria Rodriguezof mittees -. responsible, for making, ter with students the. teachers are asked of either to regis-or The Big Combo possible merchandise at the lowest pos i
the breakfast' successMrs.. Starring: Cornel Wilde, Richard
j ;; HI-FI Stereo the Philippines student from a the foreign Univer-exchange Clyde B. Terwillegar, food 'chair- both Instructional programs. Swimming Conte, Brian Donlevy, and Jean sible prices.

sity of Florida.. Mrs.Tlodriguez man, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E. Wallace.
talk'a.bout the L. Matthews, Mrs. P. G... Felos, Beginning swimming'" lessons "Title! Tenderfoot"Starring
of Music and
Voice an inspiring
gave will be offered at the Camp Bland- '
school Mrs. Norman .Willis, Mrs. J., ,E. CARP S NEW MERCHANDISE ;
system of her country. ing facilities. Students win be : Guy Madison, and Andy
Phonola Phonographs Hardy Mrs. T. H. Slade? Mrs. C. Devine.
Hostesses for the evening were from I
transported by school busses
J. Houpt, serving chairman, Mrs. ARRIViNG DAILY IN THE
Mrs. Elizabeth Haines, and Mrs. "'arlouS'pick-up points throughoutthe Plus Cartoon: .
Logan Baldwin, Mrs. W. B. Mun-

89..95 and up Ernestine Register. dy, Mrs. Gilbert Brown and mem- this county. Due to students the popularityof will be FRI., SAT., MAY\ 26, 27 MEANTIME YOU CAN SAVE, i
bers of the'LIttle Women's Club; Swiss
Band WeekendsIn Mrs. Charles Schmitt, decorating scheduled in two shifts the first Family SAVE SAVE ON THE CLEAR.

St. committee, Mrs. D. L. Thomas from 8 to 10 a. m., and the second .Robinson I.

Transistor RADIOS PetersburgMembers Mrs: Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. Milton from 10 to 12 a. m. Students Starring%: Johns Mills, Dorothy ANE.JiOW .IJ
participating in the swimming -
of the Bradford High Lang, Mrs. Paul Raymond, McGuire, James MacArthur, and y. I
Channel-Master Radio, Earphonesand School band enjoyed their annual Mrs. L.. V. Hardin Mrs. Margaret program must register at the Janet Munro
Blankenship Mrs. Hollis schools they attend. Plus Cartoon:
Case weekend outing at St. Petersburglast V. .
Friday to Sunday.The Knight, Mrs. Frow Strickland, and James, C. Hobbs principal of ,
Mrs. James Blackshear. the Hampton school, is swimming .1
29.95 group who went dawn by 1i i
program director and is Assisted !
Reservations{ were handled
and up bus and private car was chaperoned by
by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mathews Mrs. J. H.. Dupree and Mrs. T. C. by a majority of the summer pro- MOTHERS.0000 .

Mrs. J. E. Hardy, :Mrs. Free- Hazen Jr. Mrs. Robert Green gram :personnel. Students will .be .. .
Birthstone Rings Half Price! man Register, Jr., Mrs. Robert chairman of tables, was assistedby notified of the shift in which they ,r-;;----r----- ,, .

Barksdale, Mrs: Margaret DeCaro, Mrs. T. G. Ritch Mrs. Julian will participate before the end 11x14 ;

WATCHES12.95AD f UP Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick, Mr. McRae, Airs. Bill Tilley, and Mrs. of the school term.Cooperative. I
Program .
and Mrs. Cecil Harper, and Mrs. W. B. Parks.
Crystal Smucker. Packages of needles and hand Harold [Buddy''Elliott, Starke'snew 4, Bust Vignette f

cream donated by Mrs. Ruby recreation director, will assist ; k

Hallmark Graduation Cards Mrs. Jerome Johns Johns, were given as favors. with the school swimming: i

mornings'and. or
program in the
Jerome Johns, president of
\ New PresidentOf ganize a sports'and game! pro- ." ,.F ".

Junior WomenMrs. : '
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Flty : .
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: Jerome Johns was installedas SQUARE DANCING < 4. ONLY n ,

r ;! f in th d x president of the Junior Wom- -\ -

an's Club at the May meeting last :-..,. ...".:> Plus 3Ie Moili'03 ..'. .... I
116 }
week. -
Regular $10.00Value Full Figure $1.00 Extra '.' i
Serving on the board with her EVERY _.,
8.:30 Limit 2 To A '"
will be: Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, first .-SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED : : Children Family J
DIAMOND STAMPS vice-president; Mrs. Randal Chit SATURDAY Age 6 Weeks.to 10 Years'Additional '
ty second vice-president: Mrs. A. TILL NO APPOINTMENT : f ';'f .
GIVEN WITH EACH PURCHASE L Abercrombie third vicepresident k THRUMIDNIGHT NECESSARY ,. Children $2.00 Each ,.' -

; Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth Hours 9 to 12-1:00 to 5:30 '' .'. i

Garbett, secretary; and Miss Bet. j YOU A SELECTION '
I BULLINGTON'SSTUDIO tjr: Jane Morgan treasurer. Mrs.: .. ---
John King, district director was i

installing officer. NEWyKINGSLEY -THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. MAY 25, 26, 27 i

TIlE EIGHT POtm for ..away .

& GIFT SHOP bet JOur yea,writ Fes.favorite TELEGRAPH.Come ESTE81&OQBFocatala la and No BEACH AT BARKSDALE'S

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...... 4-- -" ..'- ... ,' Dead fish : I, :May 16, 1061..? FI I I Hairy 3!. Hobbs ,-- I If or IJWdford County,' Florida, aptorwtipt '
.... I ,\. Thomas, Jr.. i.Vttorn i i.f, for Flaiptiff : of proof *-f publfofttlofl of
... ,Home Demonstration Hy (S) George IL Pierce.I I*. (X Box't255: this nct,(..... the fictitious nau!' "f
f > ? T i/1 deported I I Attorney Administratrix. i Tampa Florida. I Westside Gulf Station, under yi, ii .
-- -.t3c4 Notes R l1 'I j I I'ra Edwardi W/asdin I (:4 4t 5-25 i'I am rngas-d in business at ThO W i
-. .. ,. } Ii-'ir.'.t I'ubUiation on IS ,Vay 1961. i jrad-son! St.. Starke Fi L. >
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byDOROTHY Area Lakes( 1-1OT1(1- O} JTLTWN; TO t I. L. \arn g,, 6H .:\. Water St.
1s4 ;! I' ItniilMKIl FICTITIOtMII j 4>oe ow'U'-r. f
I 4 : ROSS -. 'v fin [ The Circuit Court Of The Eighth .
... : I Judicial Cnmt Of The State Of]I. Notice is herch Kiven that thandersignfcl. <>' Dated this 27th day of April. AD f'
... Home'Demonstration Agent t'f rida. In And For Bradfordt'ytint I under the pruviii .. mi: at SturWe, Bradford County -
numbers j
Dead fish large
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::- .,' .}-,. lu ChanterXo. )'. I :20.953:; I-i\\s of Florida, Florida. .
E ( Now? I have recently been repeated In 12-955! Acts of 1911, ivHI register: with the 4-,7 4 t -,gThat's
; Heilbronn Club Meeting i,1 used to.cover the container to ]; SlIver Lake south of Staike on : Mid-State Homes. Inc., a Florida .
-- ,*Last week the Heilbronn Home I keep in the moisture. Keep in partial Corporation, Plaintiff. vs', Andrew- .... 1 !
=: Last week, in a pre-election editorial, we said that i if the Demonstration'' club met at 1Iri.Ellis. i 'shade to prevent them from i: Road Northeast lOCo and Florida.several otherlakesin i I Jackson wife def and ndants.Marie, Jackson his;,I II Our Bus8 U I

people of Bradford County weighed the arguments on both home. She served mellow
== sides, analyzed them carefully, then voted according to the I cup cakes made with cream, and i sealed 'containers, direct 'sun Bob' Ptavy fishery.,., .!Llo1:>gist To The; Andrew State Of Jackson Florid.i and Mariet: I}I "If It's Glass We fcye It"

fruit punch. The punch consistedof will scald cuttings quickly.It with the 'Florida Game & FreshWater Jatkson. his wife, whose residence .
:: dictates 'of their conscience, the final decision could not be I I. Fish Commission that: ,,5s' Unknown I I CALL WRITE or VISIT
: is ssible to : says
blackberry juice. green grape p many kinds j' Yo-t Are Hereby required to file
wrong. I juice, and orange juice. It was a By their vote at the Tuesday the people of Brad- any, in the'abopre'eeding with! Joe Peters Glass Co.
:= polls I different taste treat. You might FOr'your: free copy of our Il associated with a lack of oxygen i tlie Clerk of this Court*'snd tot.serxe ,
ford County indicated that a majority wants a dry county. want to can some blackberry ]lustrated bulletin on roottog! cuttings i in the water which is related to a j t .a rpPI: thereof upon the Plaintiffs f >

:: Some vote dry, no doubt, in spite of personal habits that juice. They will soon be ripe I I contact the Home Demonstration sudden Increase in the quantity of attorney appears hereon.whose name on or and before address I I FOR ANY GLASS NEED

:: would seem more ,compatible with a wet vote. Although this ViitoI'3'were Mrs. Mike Gil- : -office in Starke.. nc&I. plaints" and;i animals. : tIle 1 day: of June, 1961.Th.naturaof being I I ij We Design Modern Stor: : Fronts j
this proceeding: -
might ,appear to be incongruous on the surface, perhaps the I hooly. Mrs. Richard. Richards, I* Care of Lawns I This! condition can occur' after! a suit for fnreclosure on a mortgage -, Just Mail, Usi A Pattern for '1

= drink-wet, voterdry voters were saying that even though" :Mrs. Jerome Frkk Mrs.V r-, A well-ker-t lawn Is a "must"I l warm and cloudy days in highly ,, (real property on the lying following: and described being in '' Table Tops ::5
they had a personal weakness, which they fully recognized, ten Roach, and Mrs. Eula Couher. | for the jetting f .r a house.. 'To *-fertile{ waters! and is usually brief Bradford Countv. Florida to-wit: I'
Cook. Outs, keep It looking nice, it is neces-I: i in 'nature, the biologist sa"s.. Hegin;; in the X\V corner: and ge 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4353:
= they still thought it best, everything considered, for the 'f .,' *.)uth.l00 ft. for point of beginning: 3
Friday the Hampton 4-H Girls. sary to water and fertilize it:. For Peavy explained that fertile : thence go East '.75 ft. to a point, .
= county to remain in the dry category. cook-out was held at the Baptist j an established lawn 'a good soak- I I waters produce a''heavy"growth of thence South 100 ft. .to a point,
thence W>ht 73: ft. to a point,
who voted wet :
At the other extreme there -
were some Pastorium in Hampton. Rev. ing (about an inch of water) once ,rmicioscopic plants and animals I thence Xorth 100 ft. to point of beginning

aalthough personally dry themselves. This was in the nature :McElroy dug tie pit and built a week will encourage.**deeper: hicK: under the influence. of the following!; The above Southwest being" Quarter a part of of

:: of a protest vote, by those who have been 'critical of condi- the fire. Mrs. McElroy and In- rooting. This should be. put' down sunlight, produce large 'amounts Southwest Quarter of Northwest:: 4t t 4 t

= tions as they presently exist, where liquor is readily availableand ger Hansen helped Miss Ross i' at one time. Watering done in of oxygen. "On cloudy days, how- Quarter 25. T except wn!'hip right 5 South.of way Range, J>ectinn -

= 'a number of bootleggers make a good living, without prepare the food and serve the this way will produce lawn that ever., and throughout the nights, 22 East' Containing 10 acres Book moreor .,

:: legal license, by plying a trade that is denied to legal .li- girls. can stand dry periods better.If these same micro-organisms consume -I *. Page It'5 659 recorded Bradford in County Peed, Florida {1

= censees. Such a state of affairs violates this type of voter's Pigs in blankets, slaw, lemon- you don't have time to give oxygen by respiration," the I I "
and ordered at
Done -
ade, potato chips, and marshmal- ,your entire lawn: this good soak. biologists said.. "When mote .... this ftarKe' i
oxygen Florida
::: sense of fair play."He is the one who insists that now, since P.radford: ( .UJltv. .
lows were consumed by the girlsin ing at one tune, then divide the is consumed'than is produced, day of April 1961.
a majority of the voters of the county have fndicated
; they SIMM)
fashion. lawn into
quick parts and water "
then a fish kill can take place,
::: want a dry county, it, is up to'the dry forces ''to do every- The Starke Senior Girls held only one part of it at a time. Pe vy added, "but ordinarily af-| Clerk Charles of A the Darby.Circuit Court \ ; I
thing their power to' that it becomes just that. By :Marian I.. Crosby .
= within see their cook-out Saturday morningat fects only a small percentage off I ,,

After election returns were totaled Tuesday night and Kingsley Lake. After a 'brisk the total fish population." I I -

:: a dry victory became obvious, several of the leaders of the swim in the lake, the girls cook- Latter Day Saints The fishery biologist explainedthat : ....... --- -- -- '. ., -. -' ." S

.l Bradrol)!. County Christian Action Association indicated ed their lunch in foil on the Attend Conference many other factors can cause

= that they had no i intention of disbanding' their b"fganizatiori, grin. They prepared it by placing lish kills and declared that the! !
a hamburger patty with potato, I 'Members of the Stark branch .
= but would, continue their efforts to make Bradford County Game Commission in continually!1 r
carrot and onion slices on a of the Church of Jesus Christ of .
.... dry in fact as well as in name. investigating all fresh water fish I
of foil and Latter _
square ,! wrapping se- Day Saints will attend the '
.:: There is mu h that such a group could do to bring about (curely.) Cook for 15-20 minutes. i Quarterly: Conference .' of the kills in Florida. ; .p- "

::: this desired condition, not the least of which'would be railing .Mrs. E. L. Cox and Mrs. V.I church's Florida Stake ,in: jacksonville I WHEN- .. SUMMER'S. -SUM. I! 4EV1GOODYER$

public, opinion behind a dry-up 'drive. There is much E., Sapp assisted with the outing. fat"20-21. Elder F. D. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TPINE ISITrlESKY. : I r

:: that could be omplished along this' line with the solid Rooting Cuttings i, Richards, assistant to the.Council HAVE WATER HOT -

-. backing of those whose efforts were so 'effective' at the ""This" is 'the time of year for of Twelve Apostles, and Elder' J: LEVEL A 6000 SUPPLY i

-- polls on Tuesday doing': those things outside you Leonard Love, a member of the FOR. 0 N.Y .2 52 o.

thought about during those cold General Welfare Committee, n, Mrs. J. E. McIaeLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA
= As of the so-called "wets" remarked
one Tuesday night,
winter month?. Besides 'cook-outs from NO MONEY DOWN .
... Sajt Lake; City, will be fea-
"If they dry the county in fact I'm with J blad ,wb.-
up 'em-but. unless with family and friends; 'there tured speakers.Register .
= t tjiey} get ..but"en; I'm all for Ka'Ving another election aremany of us' who 'like to gar-f t t- Rev. W. Ev Hall, Mrs. B. M.I -VL-- With! the Old tires, Off your Car type plv tax and.your oU tiu

= two years from now. den. One of the things we have McRae, Mrs. Joe Starling, Rufus

.& 'been talking about: this month in : Reunion, Alvarez, and Mr.: and (Mrs. C). R S ;The best bargain buy on the market 3-T
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..... I ; All-\\VaUicrs. Get set !
Rayon! : : a
6.-.--_.-.----- -. ._-..--...---.. -_ _,.--_ ... _._,---------. club: ':meetings.! rootingcuttings.. I Set For Georgia Alvarez are among' those attending -] .
-- -'- fri -addition to the' method of the graduation Roman Al-
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-... rooting plants in water is the The annuaj reunion of the Register :verez? from Bible Baptist

Mr'J Farmer's Diary idea of using a rooting'' medium. Family Association will be 'nary at Arlington, Texas. semi-//
'. t.* ?. +v ft.* I held GOODiEARMOIU
Some good rooting mediums are Sunday, May 21, at Wayfair Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and
i i3DAY
By. Sam McGarvey coarse sand, sphagnum moss, Baptist Ci u.rch'ne. Stockton, children spent last Sunday in Orlando -j

.-... : vermiculite, and perlite-peat mix- I Ga. All members of Register with. Mr. Fender's mother, PEOPLE WOE Off eOOOVEAR TIRE THAN ON ANY OTHE KIM0-
ture. There families and other friends are in- Grant."r
are several ideas of., Mrs. Lila SPECIALFriday

:= ,aster tunia, snapdragon.sweet- peas, morning, nasturtium glory using mediums in clay pots, tin i vited. ''Visiting Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Service Station
cans, etc. Plastic be I
I bags
-- pay, and larkspur. may I Fend: are'.his niece, Mrs. Shirley -, Saturday, Monday GOODMAN'S

...gi.m SAL .' YYYYYvvyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTHERESISA Mayor's Court Herrick, and: children_ of Se-i SEEDER D. GOODMANU.

.dry as the ffelds are, thisa dalia, Mo. I ONLY -
Thirteen cases were disposed of :, S. :30] at South City Limits
good time to watch, out for Mr.; and Mrs. William Ferguson :
I : Monday in Mayor's Court by Mayor -
fire. E'enthough the woods and children recently visited Mr.
are -

1 = .I green now, they'll still burn for By Ruth GnffisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAA I Ii! or Joe. Coleman'T.. [Billy*:]Negro JacksQn., public in- Ferguson's sister, Mrs. Lily May WATER HEATER ."", '!f-. """ ,=- -,..-"---. ---.._-.--- -' _.--:.-J'.J-
there is 101'of Sanders in
a .dried-out under- i Henland Ala.
M Although we had some rain toxication, ,forfeited bond of
+, brush.; Robin Col y, brother of Williams offers You a better buy inw
J t during the past .week it was not: '. .0. ,: $27.50. i ; *- Irs'l 30-'t'LLON
""* J. E. McRae
nearly enough and .the soil is1 I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chandler.; Barney Nolan, driving while In- was recently ,
,fV.- getting drier all the time. April j', Of COurse this is only .one and son of Jacksonville, and Mrs.!I! :xiated,'forfeited bond of $102.50. moted to Private 1st class, and is j

.-.- was really a dry month and so I 1 ;man's opinion, but Sam wishes W. A. Jones of Starke were' Sunday -i j I C.' L.. Hilhard, reckless. uriving, stationed in Frieberg, Germany. I \

far May is not far behind. However the supermarkets would cut outselling guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. .P.]I forfeited'bond. of, $52.50. Mrs. Prudence Melvin of Gaines-I $19:50

= ;vith' the usual summer I i', chicken a.s a "loss leader"for Cloversettle. 1!'I 'BioU ers' Duncan, Negro. running ville, Mr. and Mrs. ; :

showers on the way, we'll soon : he's eaten about all the Friends will regret to learn that I red. Mgtifc. 'forfeited'.bond of guson and children, and Mrs. Arrie !

..m have all the rain we'll want and 'chicken he can stand. Now Jf Ernie Newsome is ill and in a,1 $12.50. Browning spent last week in Fort GLASS LINED

== then some. i i1 they'd only. ,sell steak at* 39 cents Gainesville hospital.Mr. Barney Nolan, improper drivers Myers. I
a pound he'd really be interested. and Mrs. John '
Thornton of Year
'license forfeited bond of In County JadgeV Court Inod' 10 Warranty
::::: From all reports thq toiaccol i 1 Arlington, W. Va., and Miss Eli1zabeth $27.50. K.r Hradford (' uniy. Florida. i

?-- is growingpretty good, althoughI" ; S. Phittips of Gainesville, and Arel 'V. Rhoden, reckless drivingby dhi.In dec re: IJstate of Riley Smith

*"* there has been some trouble with ': Got a Jar' of Ihs jiejsr crop of Marion Phillips of Miami were dragging forfeited. bond of NOTICE TO CREDITORS wall-j

I 'M blue mold. -The'crop will probably'! .honey! from -former} Bradford visiting their aunt, Mrs. Alice M. $27.50: .t; -Smith All creditors Wasdin:of deceased the estate, are of / \ /

=j take hofd and tak (o. growing County Farm Agent L. T Dyer Jones, Sunday. Jerry Eugene Ritch, reckless by notified and required to file ht're.1 -

as soon 'aa the weather gets h1t.m ,,0; Lake: Butle' wid if is better ''Mrs. Leon; Tomlinson and driving, forfeited bond' of $27.50. claims have against or demands said estate which in they the

........ *1 than ever. And, speaking' of honey daughters, and :'Mrs:G. W. Ezell Albert Dean, Negro, disorderly|'ford flee} of County.the County Florida.Judge of ". or-I
You can't be' too "cariful in we'veread that when the and children of Jacksonville spent conduct, sentenced to a,'fine of .1 house at Starke. Florida the ( '

using 'a bower .lawn mcwer- A : first explorers' came through Sunday with their mother, Mrs. $27.50'or to'five days In jail. |}{eight j calendar months from tht.rdkte.... I ; /c
I the first of this .
= safety engineer ..who made tests here, and. visiting: \\ith. the Se- Lacy Wynn, and attended Home Legree Easley, Negro, failure to tlc('. Each publication claim or dmand'mm't'n N 4 _'4 U

.-.. estimates that. : stuff,flies offs ,. minoles. they were .served a coming at Hope Church. I have vehicle' under control and ,be place in or'residence writing and ''and must postofficeaddress state the '

from ,tbe mower. blade at a. ( drink ;mad! by'mixing honey Billy Dampier spent the week-! causing'accident'', forfeited' bond of the claimant and must be

speed q? 20 mues! per lour.t 'with' water 'Sam tried it this end with his parents, the R. C.' Of $37.50. .I sworn to br the,tlaimant.! his agent, .. -
I = Greal D'inftie: morning J No1 i'weekend\ :he canvVeportthat the Dampi rs. He was'reeently elected I Harvey Sanders.; Negro, reckless or his attorney or- it .will become -- :--. -: -, r : /

.JS* wo.nder't.has! *. .things. .causeacci" !- .Indians- really- .. ,- had.... .someMng., : president. of the Student Council'' driving, forfeited !bond on. $37.50-:t I I t- L '"..,-,.'.:.....'.... ..,...... -- ..-' --;- .
cidents at St. Johns Junior : 1
College at Palatka. Leslie Gordean Johnson, public I c-.I. :"" -
C S Gathered a. ,few FAMOUS MAX
I plums from I
Congratulations! intoxication, s..e\1"'tence to a fine .
= There are two new chicken our trees this week; and they Plen I 4 I /i7 big selection
Gnann is out of school this of $21.50 or to!jive days in jail. f.

.** raising enterprises in the county were good. But for some leason, week,with an infection of the foot. Leshe' Gordean' Johnson, unlawful ;. \'f/f7/ y/r from $19.95

I = now. Horace Hamilton has a "10.I ,- probably the dry w.ather recently Mathew Packham and Michael 'peed, sentenced 'to*a line of .'"....." I' 4 _,d ?

I OOO-b1rcl.capacity plant in opep-' they were very, small. Newsome are also on the sick list $27lSor.'to five days.in jai 4 __ Grand gift for a grancigradlAwafchfromcur

1 H ation 'railing" breeding atock,|I. S.. t I with fever which is nrobablytne 1 Wesley Brown, Negro, unlawful ,. I

.** and understand that Marklee I i iStarliig l 8ee where the average litterot forerunner of measles. forfeited bond of '$2f.50. !Q21_._ handsome, 19w.priced9rovp.
is starting .a similar< pigs raised today -is.seven, so Mrs. Minnie :Jnanrrof :'Gajnes- 3 'i ., .. '...
ventum 'Beat partof },[r. Hamil- |If ,you are. below that mark ville is visiting her son and I

% t= ton's operation, is that he is, you're losing money. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. REVIVAL SCHEDULED

I paid a feed price per: week for j'I .s *., 1 James Gnann., AT JQHA'STOWN BAPTIST. '<.,,."" -- ;

= raismg.out thr .stock so his return Fresh beans cukes, squash :
: Mr.'and Mrs. J. D. Phillips Jr. A Revival Meeting ,will starts J
*+ \ de snot depend-on' a flactJ ;I>: and Irish potatoes are. availablenow and of ;;I *' <.(
son Miami are. visiting Sunday, Hay1 21, 'at Johnstown I J cjr
and soon we'll be .. k
= J uating market. having parents at their Crystal Lake'home. '* Baptist 'Church on Highway ?3,beItween '- -
.e sweet corn and ripe tomatoes. f _____ -c
i Lake Butler sand 'Raifofd
= The :largest hydroponics farm This is the, best eating time of Mr., and Mrs. J. W. Clipo ,of' and continue through May 28 with

ZT in theU, &is'now under construction -j I the year. SU Atlanta, Oa. were weekend guests1of services at'7:45 each night. Evangelist -

U H at Lehigh Acres in And the R. C Dampiers. |t James Miller of Jackson- ?i WE.CA.N
M South Florida, and one of the speaking'of chicken a- Mr. and Mrs. J viUeivill 'be
Mr. the
Roy Gnann. speaker. 'Everyone -
gain, we where 4./
it is
is see illegali
planned strawberries.
crops and Mrs. Carroll! Gnan.1 and weleome. : .
ZH Advantages of growing plants in i eat fried chicken except with baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd t ,,. ? ,
.- : the fingers in Gainesville, Ga. Acity
water are that more can be located SAVE
!' Gnann and children, all of Mid-!I Recent Births :
: to that effect,
= ia than pro-
a given place on the
!''vides, penalties dieburg.,\1Sit} d J. A. Gnanns' .I t tI SPECIALS
any soil, and that feeding 'can be too, so you Sunday afternoon. I -
: might say it has "teeth" in it. Bradford County Hospital an. I
7 done Anotherthing "
.Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Childs and > aounces the following births: Reg $7.95

we..can think of & :tha I granddaughter; Susan, spent Sunday -1 I Mr. and Mrs. William C. Johnson Y.olln, OH Watch Bands g/:
j::! Bermuda grass won't grow in in Monticello with he sister.Mrs. I .
... water-or will it? THE RIGHT POLVT for the 1. Jessie Hatchett, who lemains ; Starke. daughter' Anita ;o % YOqR.I '
s. '. Coleen May ip. : JJ P io3 ( Boys &
write. 4 00'Girls
way you Come in
seleet quite ill at a rest home there. 'I. ,Mr.. and"'s., Lloyd J, Bryan. p r
The 10 '
most annual! fav
popular your ESTERBROO .
M $ 4Mrs.. W. H. Hall Sr., Mrs JeanWilftirtght Starke. a'aon, Timothy .Alan I
lowers, according'to a national Fountain Pen. TELEGEAPU.U I
and Mrs.arfiel.j I
U- May 11.
survey, are zinnia, marigold Reg. 3.9! .Alligator
M- pe- nd'Son/Grady Williamson.yisite' ,1 Mr. and Mrs. Ollie M. Willianv Auto Accident! Inprpce Watch'i Bands
Mrs. Minnie Harris in Starke '" GarY $
I son, : .a 'S9n, Lamar. a,
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Mrs. Janice! Hall went to Ozark $ ..QO' ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Ala, ,Tuesday where: she was called CARD THANKS ---

ESTABLISHED. F .* 187 by the death of her grandmother Without 'reducing ypur coverage, and .
E FI rldaa oldest Mrs. Dabsby.I The husband and sisters of the TEring Free
meekly bat, Mrs. Florrie increasing it we can cut your auto i insurance. TODAY!
Xevhpa&r Published Con- I Hope Choreh NewHornecom1n ? Terry Durhamitwish .. .,
= FLOR4ES t1UOUSrURderTheSameE : at 'Hope I; to :.express to their friends :

Haittfcead Church last Sunday was a happyoccasion 'their heartfelt: 'Appreciation for all : .

ASS 9t 1. N with the largest crowd t the kindnesses shown them dur- i heck Wjt.h. s.. Today! COSTUME JEWELRYWe
I E. L: 3IA'rrHE YS ever in attendance. An inspiring hug their hours I of ,bereavement

= "- I ':Editor an'd l 'Owner message was followed by a bounti-[ *Especi llTdo Sre-.thank .the ladies t.. .

:, fut feasClh,ihe afternoon. a goodtime :for the wonderful dinner, and have a large selection of Costume Jewelry -*

= SUBSCRIPTION RATES b'geno's1rpii4s1ngthg was|Jones Funeral Home for the'beauftiful Charley 1 Johns- Age CY.t in all ,Price Range, See our many many

IN 'TRADE. MEA, OUTSIDE TRADE AREA enjoyed Brd "Phil .Badgett f service. May our dear lord Gifts for both boys and girls. *
ON* YEA > '.00 ONtYtAW: '. "3.9O ''
= .UX JIQNTHf -_ US, SOX MONTHSX.OO Lakeland,.conductedth ervice. reward all of you. t Phone. 964. ;0121 '131 S:'Walnut. .St.
UTHLZ: MONTH 1.00 THREE MONTHS 1.21 Revival services are being held t THE RIGHT POINT for the Starve, Fla.. ; .r '

r.Lubllshed Each Thursday: aid Entered"as Second Class Matter.t jat 745: 'eich,nightthis week withRev. ,waJ yea '%rile. ; 'f j. WI L LIAM4S! JlWE1RY

: at the Post. OffkcTat Stake, niVder,Act Ot.I aftIi'S1819 ''evangelist.I ..Allen'ftice RaiforU as te! led your fawite 'ESTDtBKOfu I Ir tREPRKEXTI \G. THE TRAVELERS HARTFORD I
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I tUtTRSDAY, MAY 18,. 1961 .,.'. -r.-. .,.... ..... ,nnAmmnn_. rmrvrv TF.T.!On. PR. RTARTTF:. TTORitii.__ ... ...: __ .H _., ______h ___.__ '_ __ fail; t: rift f
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Three er Grider expressed appreciation' I .- ., ..r-l'-- ,,, .
; SelectedTo .' .'." {
,. to the Starke Rotary Club and the :.. n. ._:, .n. .. ,, .. .n..:._. __. :n, ':-" n' : .;: '", _'-', :'_._ t!;:j:,_: ."' .'- j
Starke Elks Lodge who also
I sponsoring bays: at Florida Boys -

Boy's State ; State. Fir [ 7 :.

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Starke ManChargerlln
Three high school boys from
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State Starke the 1961 in have session Tallahassee been chosen of Florida sponsored to: attend Boys i I; r ;' 1t W' *: If !if

by the Florida American Legion Car CrashA !c f
) Commander: Kenneth C. Grlder of .
i Post 56 announced yesterday. Starke man, Melvin Ray Nettles -4 a ,. liT THE INSTITUTE FOR :

Named: to participate in his an- I j 36. was jailed last Friday "'
; nual workshop in the organization'' night after his car crashed: into .

and operation of state government the rear of another at the cornerof ESSENTIAL I
were:, Chester Edwin Moody son Madison and Pratt Streets in HOUSING'S ,
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moody of the western part of town. 1 ;

k: Keystone Heights; Joe Allen Sapp 'j Corporal Carlos Musgrove of I,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon:! Sapp/ Florida Highway. Patrol said Nettles z I
Route 2. Starke: and Alfred Ber- going 65 mph in a 45 mile
nie Collins son of Mr. and Mrs. 'zone hit the rear of a car driven
C. B. Collins. Route 1, Starke. ;|k>y Barbara Jean Ward 18, of .
The 1961 Florida Boys State(|Saratoga Heights.According .
I will be in session from June 18 to Musgrove Nettles' d PEN HI3IShowing

to June 24 in Tallahassee Com-;car continued: on down the road Underhill Gets Service AwardJack f fI fI I
mander Grider said. j I I about a1 quarter mile before it ran fi I
Into the ditch and flipped over i
The Legion will sponsor 49 of,'Nettles' was charged with driving H. Underhill (left), clerkat to Underhill on behalf of Postmaster \

these Boys States this summer,< while Intoxicated and was released the Starke post office has re- i; General J. Edward Day I
in addition to a Boys Nation con-; from Bradford County jail Saturday ceived an award for "notable per- who signed the certificate. Two Of Our M Attractive Homes
sisting of two outstanding youths I !
> morning after posting a $200 formance given to postal em- McGriff expressed belief that
from each of the Boys States. I
cash bond. I ployees whose performance is this was the first time an em-
Those attending Boys Nation will .
considered: to be over and above I
'study the operation of the federal The driver of the other car was ployee of the Starke post office
normal requirements and job ex
government in much the same ,taken to Bradford: County Hospital pectancy. Postmaster G. J. Me-I had received the award. SATURDAY..SUNDAY MAY 20-21

manner that Boys State delegates where she was treated for a slightneck Griff is seen presenting the certificate -!t Underhill has been with the .. :
injury and released. .
participate in state government a lapel pin and a check Starke post office 13 years. I
training. Nettles' 1950 Ford was a total ,

"Boys State is one of the finest loss. Musgrove said and there was Legion To Install Rev. R. K. GriffiTDies I

youth-training programs sponsored i$50 damage to the other car a '61 Officers TuesdayAmerican The Chestnut Hill The Hemlock Hill

by the American Legion" i Chrysler I At Home

Commander Grider declared. "The Legion Post 56 will E _: ... !.,
Police Recover
youths learn not only the func- install the officers at
; Last Friday '
tions,of government but also the Stolen Billfold I the regular meeting Tuesday I 14't! : I

role that a good citizen mist playto i I I night May 23: H. A. (Buddy) I Rev. Raymond K. Griffis, 65,
discharge his citizenship :espon-j i City police Tuesday reported recovery Bishop Jr., post commander; Julian I died: last Friday at his home in I;
sibility." ; of a billfold containing $828 McRae 1st vice commander; Raiford. A life-long resident of I
ti 7.R t
On behalf of Post 56,CommandRadioTV ,stolen from a couple which had Bill Haas 2nd vice commander: I Union County he was an ordained I f

1 stopped at Crawford Brothers Gulf Kenneth Gilder finance officer: t New Congregational Methodist I"t i I Ia
Service Station on Temple Ave. I Paul Canova adjutant; S. E minister and was engaged in \

Repair The couple. Jack Sobel and Sparks chaplain; Larry Gibson.I farming limber, and cattle raisI -
\ Martha Hood, on their was from I|I historian; Bill Soto and CharlieSchat'fer I ing. He was a member of Lawtey
I Lodge 189, F. A. C and
sergearts-at-arms. & was
Petersburg: to New York City. i
NEEL missed the billfold only after they j Special guest and installing of-j serving as chaplain at the time of
had driven off from the service i ficer will be District CommanderI I his death.
MOBILE RADIO station. It was apparently taken I Leland Buhl of de Ja.i He is survived by his widow.
from '1 The installation ,ceremonies win Mrs. Maggie Griffis Raiford; four
the car while both were out I
234 N. TEMPLE AVE. i of the car at the station. I II ( be preceded by a supper for mem- daughters, two sons three brothers
i I II I I I brs and their wives starting at 7 ,. and five sisters! including ,
(located in North Florida 1 Stolen at 11:30: Monday night I Mrs. Beck _
I j i p. m. -fWF* Rosier, Mrs. E. Wilkerson -
Supply Co. store) [the money was recovered early{I Several members of the post I and Mrs. Georgia Griffis. all (Furnished by Denmark's) (Our Sales Office)
(Tuesday. Officers 'Billy Overstreet I
of and
are attending the American Legion Lawtey Mrs. Sarah Jane
Phone WO 4.5521 \and William E. Rosser worked on I Department of .Florida Con-I Griffis of Maxville. -

If 'no answer callWO !the caseSobel refused to press vention in Cocoa this weekend. j, Funeral services were held at
I charges saying he did not wish to j 2 p. m. Monday in the New River
4-2113 j That Dream House Be
I Can Yours
[be delayed and was satisfied to I' Congregational Methodist Church
I have the money back.. Mrs. Era Renfroe !' i in Union County. Burial was in

-. ..... Passes Thursday Woodlawn Cemetery at Macclen-

AMBULANCE 964-2600 SERVICEPHONE After. Era IllnessMrs. Parrish Renfroe 62, I j:I Prison ny Flower Show- For Less Than You Pay For Shell Homes

widow of the late Claude Ren- Set For Next Friday
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ,
:.: froe, died Thursday May 11, in I I '
I, DeWitt ,C.Jones Registered Funeral Director a Starke hospital after an extended -t The; Education Department of S '

\f Starke, Fla. illness.. Mrs;'Renfroe was the Florida State Prison invites S. 100% :; "r t tBasic; To finished .
t w born in Bradford County on-Aug"" the public to attend the first annual r < : Stages !

'z'. ,Rental Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches 27, 1898; the daughter of the lateRobert Flower Show presented by I I
I .:.. I -- i and Agnes Sessions Par- the Horticulture Area of the Vocational -

L i rish.Baptist she Church.was member of the I I The show Agriculture will be Division.held in.the Aluminum Awning %Windows\ A Style & Price For Everyone

tI Surviving are four daughters club I house, across the highwayI
Spring Truck Sale Mrs. Verlie Harper, Mrs. Virginia;I from the main prison gate, on
Harper and Mrs. Mytice Silcox I I;Friday, May 26, from 12 mon until Hardwood d Floors Custom Built For You .
TRUCKS all of Starke and Mrs. Myrtle;!)]I 9 p. m-, and on Saturday May
I Feagle of Gainesville; four sons, 127. from 9 a. m. till 12 noon.
I Ventice A. Renfroe Haines City;|I inmates are preparing ,

SALES e PARTS SERVICE I II I and Rudolph A., Hollis C., and'i,some 200 exhibits and each adult,
: Julian Renfroe all of Gainesville; j I woman attending will be in esent- """ $200 VALUE ..
j four brothers Robert Joel and jj j ed with her choice of one small Given Away
j Julius Parrish, all of Lake Butler -*plant from the several varieties. PC Bedroom Suite
ROBERTS I and Russell Parrish of Largo Hosts on this occasion will be j
I : !I II j ; twosisters, Mrs. Gertrude R. E. Upton Jr., prison educational F'R'EE. 't S
j Beautiful Early American
Green Cove Springs Ph. 3033 I Halle Lake Butler and Mrs. director and M. B. Jordan vocational Design
I II [I Bessie Goodge Winter Haven; agriculture teacher, who With Full Cedar Lined Drawers
; and 30 grandchildren. j extend a cordial invitation to the
Funeral services were held at 3 public to view the shoW Come
I In And Register Saturday Or SundayFor
: p. m. Friday in Jones :Memorial:)I ,, ,
i Chapel with Elder John Harris'i
t officiating. Burial was in the family -: MJCANTBOVABHTERTIRE This Wonderful Free Prize
plot in Elzey Chapel Cemetery: I- ,
FEDDERAT near Lake Butler with DeWitt C.i

Jones Funeral Home in charge of 1 I

arrangements. -' .

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New OfficersOfficers for the '1961-62 year 1 I -'S'SBRING TOE KID DIES .', .

were installed by Starke BPW

I Club at a dinner meefing in tte I Ii Free 'Balloons arid Clowns to entertain them
\. .
: Garden Restaurant Thursday .j "

I r SHEPHERD'S TV .'i berg night a May past 4.Director Miss Della of District Rosen i in their, ; "own :play' yard behind the model

Three, served as installing offi -
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i tit! 412 East Call St. Phone 964-6901 cer.An impressive service on "What homes. ', tIEH -

BPW officer to save
i I well-dressed will ,
t. i!j jt wear", stressed the duties of each 1 .
I of the incoming officers. :
j jti
I:I Those installed were: Mrs., Bea YOUR liFE '
'It. | Farber, president; Mrs. Willie
t j 1/+ *. r THE AND :
c'- Mae Denton first vice president; FOLLOff CROWDS COMPARE

*+ Mrs., "Ruby Johns., st'condire I i Cities Service all-nylon cord f
There's real "magio" president; Miss Madge Middleton. Milemaster tires arc' the -

; 1'. ..t. in Gulf Life's J secretary;. and Mrs. MargueriteHall safest,longest wearing tiresin ". .. ".,-d "f
treasurer history. .
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Adapt A Plan
Tube or tubeless new
I; rf t .* I Milemaster tires are pound
tt 4. McRae To Attend for pound 'stronger than
If t1t., steel-:...yet. they're priced
lC Insurance Meet
rt ,amazingly low for such HOMESM3T
Ij -It I quality!
t Julian E. McRae of Starke has
I!I 8 t been designated by Life Insurance MILEAGE is still another
r" I Company of Georgia to at- advantage of these incomparable
; Gulf Life I tend,an Honor Club conference at tires-rit'a like
Ax iuvr.A'PLAN- Ar'i r.A 4 Lon boat Key near Sarasota, May getting one tire_free with I
: .PLAN 1719. three you buy., I
"e : every
will help you Mr. McRae has been with the! BIG TtfADE ALLOWANCE -
I ]Fitt your I
,. company since 1957 anal was TOO! ,Stop in.,.
move in.+ IIOEdtw ;|*irj rdA-t nvmbershio in the Honor trade in your present tires ;.Saturday 'aid) 'Sunday: 5 20-21
ip the :; Club .through superior service to .? and drive off with a wonderful -
rightdirection set of Milemas-- ... .
| policyhoMers, While at. Longboat: new "J': .

> ASK ABOUT IT TODAY I Key, he will take part in a seriesof : f 400 W.. M&ispn.St.. .... .
\ .. sessions with top company of .4 ;' -r ,', "
'u:4 I ficlalS.. tersSILCOX / '. :
Phone 964-8641 -' Star a;F1a.J .
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I Gulf Life 9 twt W__ t way THE you RIGHT write.. Come POINT.in and tor the set 705 Temple Ave. .. _, .- -. __' -. "' -.. _., .' "- '. "_ ,. ' '
F.i .- $ Ilia Horn Offl t,Jackionvillt, Florida fr t* 't 100ft y nr fvorit' ESTKRRROOS!: 'Starke,.'h Ia., ii ... l.,",', '." .,. :, __ ___,_.' .." ', ,.'_. '. ._. : ,:_ = =_ : : : .__.,: : ,
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.1 1 Garden Starke Elementary is Witness No. 12-989.my hand and: -t .the ,official 'l!;..
;for Second Time In Clings l
; History I seal of said Court, this: 13 day of 1<
Registration Set May 1961. '
i To PositionIn (SEAL 4 .:IV 'f' T
\ Top For Charles A. DarbY.

Tornadoes Win State T rack Title i City Softball Registration Friday for pupils entering Clerk By Deputy Marian Circuit Clerk.1.. Court Crosby: '. ..'." .-t 5-18 It ,2.:t:1',.

'I the first grade of Starke E'emen- '

The Garden' Restaurant Is still .tal}' School next year will te held ftOTIctf TO DBFKp ;.
., .
-. riding herd on the city's Slowpitchi June Im Circuit: Cunrt BriuII .
Friday 2, from 9 a. m. un- Florida IB Clan.eer,. '.
i Softball League with eight victories til 3 p. mat. the elementary school J I Case No. 12-984 "

With the going as totvjh! as it ____ against no defeats with first office, Principal P. T. Nolin an-" Homer Dorrls Lee Thompson Tiwiopaon.:, Plain"-De'&udantOT1'E } v*.

,can ever get. Bradford High; track- I I half play well unier way. nounced this week. I TO APPEAR 'I
-h. __ I To: Homer Lee Thompson whose
:men came through with a superb I Scoring two decisive wits during To enter; a chilj is required to .. residence and address Is Lnknown :!
the past 'week the Garden is be six years old on or before Dec. You are hereby notified that a i i
effort when the tension was greatest I custody and contii 1
e I i I well out in front of the Processors 31, 1961. Every parent mm submit of suit minor fur divorce children has been flied r

Saturday when they won the II I the second place team with a 6-2 the child's brth! certificate at against you In the above art namtd reo I i

Class A state track champ onship. Ii record. Last Thursday Garden de- the time of registration. If the Court:iulred and to serve cause a copy and of you your answer !

Coach Dave Hurse: was stoically I feated the Panthers 19-4 and thenI parents do not have a birth certi- or pleading to the complaint T. Frank I i

;calm last week when he -raid. "It i I romped past Company C Friday ficate for their child. they should Landrum.'n the Plaintiffs! P- O.Allonwr Box 64 Starke. ;

-all depends on the boys. They I apply for one now and get it to Florida, and file the of original the l Circuit In the !I

:Jwant to win and think they can t 133.But the Professors also had a i the school office by Augvst 21, '.ffice' of the before Clerk the 1% day of I

'co! It." But after his boys did it. r successful week by beating Law- :Nolin said. TnU"mi : otherwh-e Complaint the will allegations be- I I

the; jubilant Tornado: mentor, un- I tey 14-4 Tuesday and coming I Every child registering should rak-n of as confessedyou.said .
able to contain himself longer This notice shall be 1 published once
any ( Friday to squeeze out a 41-13 over complete all immunizations for each week for ,four consecutive
threw a battered baseball cap the Panthers to remain two full communicable disease during the weeks In the Bradford County Tele-

high into the air and yelled like a games behind the league ead1ng'I summer, including booster shots, naph.Oah.d. this! 3 day of.; May 1961sSEL

:rebrl. I Garden team. and during August every beginning } :

Starke won the state cnrcn with I Presbyterian, in.the cellar with pupil should have a thorough Oiar'e) of A the Darby.Clerk Circuit. Court \.

*32',2' points, five more than second: no wins against eight defeats, lost ,,Physical examination, the princi- fly' Marian L Crul>br. 3-11 D'I' 41 a tV.

'Place] Ribault of Jacksonville.I i two more contests when Lawtey, pal said. .

:Fletcher of Jacksonville Beach rebounding from, a loss Tuesday 1 1- -

was third with 25\\2 point., with .:' ( beat them 18-10 Thursday.: Com- 1I I Attorney Ey; : (S for) George AdministratrixDoily H. Pierce \ C. T. tIF /.

"Englewood just half point. behindin pany C tied third place in league Brown
fourth place. .. First publication on May 18 1961. I WERE A DISEASE -
standings, also'beat them 21-4 5-18 It 68.OT1E ALCOHOLISM

Hurse predicted last week that win Shown above is the 1960-61 Class A champion 'track team Hughs, Hallie Seymour, John Adams, Mike Darby John Reddish Tuesday. or "'(-)RECLO I'nn SALE IT WOULD BE A SELF-
lit would take 32-34 points to from Bradford SchooL Both Company C and the Pan- BV CLERK OF CIRCUIT COUUT LVFLICTED ONE.
High the
victorious Tornadoes
:the state. and also said his main Coaching Irwin Martiu Art Holliday, Bill Phillips and Dewayne }Ic- thers have identical 3-4 won-lost Notice Is Hereby Given that the SO WHAT!!!
i is Dave Hurse.!! undersigned Charles A. Darby,
competition would come from Rae. Back row from left to right: Lynwood Walters Leonard records. Lawtey is in fifth place Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad. *
Tletcher and: Englewood. Front row from left to right: Tom Gardner, Charles McLeod, with a 3-5 record.In I ford County. .Florida will on the 29 YOU BUY THE BEST
> Marion Cottle Tombo Smith, Richard Duggar Billy Don ling, Larry Noegel, Jimmy Dowling Ed Hall. day of May. 1961. during the legal
cham- Sam
This was the second state Duggar Gardner hours of sale at tha main door of WHEN YOU BUY
'pionship for Tornado trackmen- Lee Cogdill, William Silcox and Stanley Thomas. Second row Rowan Thomas.Jack McComJi Kirby Smith Stephen Edwards, Fur Count Bradford' Judge's Court. In And tht' Court House of Bradford Coun
Ceontr. Florida. ty in the City of Starke, Florida,
They won in 1955 under Coach from !left to right: Freeman Register in, George Seeley, Buster and Albert Williams. Not Pictured is Stelnar Lorentzen. dec.In re: Estate of Alfred L. Brown, offer for sale and sell at public out- WestinghouseAppliances
'James C. Hobbs. cry to the highest and best bidder
NOTICE TO CREDITORS for cash the following described & VAt
,1 Horse Praises EffortS pole' vaulters Irwin Marlin and I and treatment failed to bring it By Ketterlinus i All creditors of the estate of Al- perty situated in Bradford County pro-,
There not points the [around completely by fred L. Brown, deceased, are hereby Florida, to-wit:
were many Lynwood Walters who both leap- notified and required to file any Commence at SW Corner of S\V"J
Tornadoes could haje done with- The tall junior had also qualified claims or demands which they may of SEi '
tie I of NW i and run Northerly Florida
ed 12 feet 9 inches to )or second -I have against said North
Baseballers Shut Out estate in the office 208.7 ft for a point of beginning.
out Saturday. but Coach Hurse points' in both the high and low hur- of the County Judge of Brad Then) continue Northerly 208.7 ,
:loudly lauded the efforts made by place and rack up seve.i dles, but did not compete in either ford County, Florida in the Court- feet thence Easterly 105 feet. thence Supply
'his team and two and set a new school recowd.Martin's event Saturday. house at Starke. Florida within Southerly :208.7! feet thence Westerly
880-yard relay
to In eight calendar months from the dateof 105 feet to the Point of beginning
"' ole vaulters. I best jump prior More bad luck also assaled: the Sub-Group Tourney the first publication of this no- In the SWU of SE 4 of NW'i Section PHONE ,YO2113:
I Saturday had been 12-6 while tice. Each claim or demand must be 35:>> Township 5 South. Range
0 The surprising relay team com- little Tornadoes Saturday when weight- in writing and must state the placeor 22 East, containing OneHalfcre 224 N. Temple Ave.
posed of Charles McLeod. Freeman Walters had jumped just a man Sam Gardner failed to qualify Bradford High baseballer were .\: first and once in the sixth on five residence and post office addressof more or lesspursuant

Register Tombo Smith and over 12 feet. "Both boys sure came" in the discus. Tornado hopes'I I shut-out 2-0 last Thursday in the I I hits off Tornado pitcher Emory by the the claimant claimant and, his must agent be, swornto or his Foreclosure to entered the Final a case Decree pendIng of- Starke, Fla.

Clarion Cottle. won Starko's only through fine under pressure, for the crown were considerably opening game of sub-group tournament Eunice. Starke's pitching was attorney: or it will become void ac- in said Court, the style of "You Can Be Sijre-

.first place with a sizzling 1:31.8. Hurse said.Injured .dampened by this until Walters play by Ketterlinus on, a!I creditable and the team played a ,I cording May 16. 1961 law. which Elmoe Hampton.is Mid-State a widower Homes, Inc.Defend-. vs If It's Westin house"I

'a full two seconds under their high jumper Halhe Sey-' and Martin got them back 'into one-hitter by hurler Delmas Monk.j good defensive game. Coach Char- I A. J. Thomas. Jr. pnt. .and.the docket number, of which

Qualifying time of 1:34.5 in the mour also put forth a noteworthY I the running. Catcher Bill Jackson was the les Francis said but the. hitters .I -

'district meet. The .10 poIn, state effort when he jumped an even Gardner: though having an off only Tornado tQ get a lit off went lacking. .'

effort was also a new school rec six feet to take second place and day still came through with a Monk-a single. The loss brought Starke's record ajIttIIi) .; :, '

ord. four points in his event. Hallie third place and three points in Starke threatened but failed to I i, to 12 wins against 6 defeats, In- .

Hurse also praised the effort ofi,had wrenched a knee last week, the shot put with 50-8 effort. But score in the fourth inning when i I eluding regular season and tournament -

i in the district meet he had broken Johnny DeVore walked and was I play. I 120 Words or leas one time __..,______ .85 Memorials Resolutions __.._ It per word

I school records by hurling the shot thrown out stealing second. Short- I All-Conference Players If not paid,advance _,________ 1.00 (Caris of Thanks, up to 60 words __ ZM

FIRESTONE !52-2 3-4 and sailing tho dicsus stop Woody Strickland was admit- Two Tornadoes, outfielde John- Keyed or Blind Ads __ L -____... 1.80 Over 50 words __...____ 5c per word

154-10. ted a base on a throwing error ny DeVcce and shortstop Woody Each additional word over 20 ____ 05 Display ads in Classified ___. LM per tack
Sa/ I Other Tornado Points and advanced to second when! Strickland were named to the All- -

LAWN MOWERS Other Tornado points were third-sacker Lane Clark flied out! Keystone Conference team by FtRMSHED APARTMENT FOR SALE 45 Registered Anga s }'OR SALE: The White Top Drlv.I .-
made by the fourth"place mile relay to center. I league coaches. Strickland compiled HOUSE FOR SALE bulls, 24 to 30 months. Calfhood vac- ,I In Restaurant, located in Rt. 21 between -
Six apartment. :1 room. 5 cinated. T B. Certified. Exceptional
j Keystone Heights and Meli -
team. Charles McLeod De- James Fender got to first on a a .392 batting average with balk. Two block, from P. O. breeding. Knolhvood Angus Ranch, i I rose. Complete, Including living
Wayne McRae Richard Dugfeer throwing error by the catcher but! 20 safeties in 56 times a; bat, :10 X. Cherry gee on Bert i. R. Bartow Florida. Phone 533-3665.I j! quarters. An Investment'worth :your

and Mike Darby covered the distance -, the threat was killed when Emory i I while DeVore had a .358 average BuUiBcton. Tfchfc Off tow Route and Lake 60 midway Wales. between 2tchg Bar-5-25 I while. dtp i-Uj
18" 2112 H.P. 2 Cycle $39.95
-- -- in 3:32.2: ; their best_previous Eunice hit back to the mound for: with 20 hits in 56 tries. Strickland FOR RENT One store building,j FOR RENT Mrs. Cb&rJ(. furnishedi

time was 3:36 flat. the third out. i had five hits in seven attempts in FOR SALE 1954 Chevrolet stand- and one small unfurnished house at cottage. Electrical kitchen. Single or

Plus Tax McLeod who was high point St. Augustine scored once in thefTTTTVffVTVTVfTTfJVTTfTl tournament play to hit. .714. ard after shift.5 .p. m.Bargain. Call 2tp 964-9891 5-18 :321: Temple. Phone WO 9-2981.tfchg" couple only. Phone 164145. ,tfchg

man with 6/2. also high jumped FOR SALE Good steady FOR SALE 2 bedroom house'on Alton .
few in Jacksonvillewith egg
spent a days I
5 feet 10 inches to tie for third HELP WANTED Salesman or carts will carry 375 pounds $75 up. .Road. Fenced yard. Call 98429IS. -
22" 2V2 H.P 4 $49.95 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Baxter Agents. Man or woman. Pleasant Will build to order. Roberts Auto I 4tchr 6-1
Cycle -
Cottle also
-- -- place. Sprinter Mario last week. profitable route work, Full or part I.Repairs I 4 miles East Keystone FOR
BROOKERBy '' } SALE -21 in Motorola. TV with
contributed to the Tornado effort Large repeat orders. Earn Heights on Road 100. Phone 21127: I '
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maxwell of $2.30:! : per hour or more. Age no bar 2tp5-25 base. Excellent condition. See anytime
Starter Plus Tax with 23.1 fourth place time in i at Weldon Johnson's trailer.
With Self-Winder a Charleston, S. C. have returned rier. Write McXess Co. Box 8766,
the 220-yard dash. Shirley Green&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Desoto Station. Memphis 2, Tenn. !I HELP WANTED FEMALE -Sew- I Legion Trailer Park. N. Temple.
home after spending their vacation 2tp :5-18 ing machine operators. Will hire 15 2tp 6-25
"We should win again next with her parents, Mr. and women, immediately for final ex I FOR, RENT OR .SALE-: 3 bedroom
22" 3 HP. 4 Cycle $$69.95 year" Hurse said already !tooking Mrs. A. I. Mann. BE SURE for-your insurance policy Care.: pansion.nect'ssarpply Experience in desired person but Lake not unfurnished house. 609 Plnewood
"Unless comes : and Mrs. Douglas of provides Chiropractic Drive. Phone 964-03tl.Dick Thomas.
forward someone Mr., pdon Mrs. Odessa Hall of Jackson- Chiropractic restores and maintains Butler Apparel Co., Lake Butler, Fla. .
Plus Tax up with a real good team." He Lake Butler visited Mrs. W. T. i t health after other methods fail. We I ltchg tfchf
ville visited Mrs. Rosa Kelley last I
said the thing Starke needs most Blair and Billy and Mrs. W. L. :Monday night. !will policies be glad to make to check sure your you have insurance pro- i.WANTED FOUR LADIES to sale conditioner FURNISHED APARTMENT Air.
electric kitchen. Adults.I
is At present he. has a Douglas Sunday. 'per coverage. Bollinger Chiropractic j.Beauty Counselor Cosmetics In
a track. Mr. mi. east Besaent Road. Phone
and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and
'i Starke, Waldo and Kingsley Lake
INTERNATIONAL Clinic, 426:! N. Walnut Starke lip. '
Delco Batteries the football '[Mr. and Mrs. ;Maley Harperand 9691545. tfchg
track lined off on family visited Curtis Melvin in areas. Contact Sandra Green 969- .

$5.00Allowances MUFFLERS field, but this does not provide a family of Palmetto visited Mr. Tampa last Sunday.Mr. FOR SALE 18 ft. Fiberglas boat : 1191. Up FOR RENT One furnished cot-
smooth running surface at all he and Mrs. Lloyd Clark Friday.Mr. with Johnson Javalin 30 hp motor. FARM tage on lake by sea-son or week
LIFE TIME and Mrs. Dave Green were $800 or farm equipment in exchangeof $35 per week or $100 per mo. Mrs.
On Any said. 'and Mrs. Lee Taylor visited Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. equal value. Brandes Farm j Equipment For"I THnka. Hampton Lake! tfchg
flattery During Sale GUARANTEEWeekend Mrs. Marian Nettles in Jackson- Hampton Fla. Itchg Plowing -
'"'="- Wilson Green and family in Jack- I I FOR RENT 8 bedroom, unfurnished -
ville Sunday. sonville.Mr. RADIOS REPAIRED Planting house 618 'W, Madison St. Phone
Miss Annette Green and Alan All Make.11 Mod*!* INDUSTRIAL I,j 964-2561. 3tp 6-1
'iii uTAii and Mrs. G. W. Davis of
Messmore of Ocala and John Rrnnenable charges Guaranteed j jISIIEPHERD.S Equipment For Every Job I
Gainesville were visiting friends RADIO 'and TVIamaa i KINGSLEY LAKE House for rent
Green of Gainesville were week- here Green OwBer Superior Tractor Co. : by week or month. I bedrooms
TUNE-UP $195Plus A. L. Sunday. 413: .1!;. Call SI.! PhoBe W4-6901 electric kitchen dock: : and picnic
of Mr. and Mrs.
JEWELRY end guests .. Mrs. J. P. Baxter and Mrs. T. Starke, .'1.. Phone EV 9-6772 shelter. Call 533-2541 or 964-6461.
2t ehg 525PEYTOJf
Special! Green. W. Markey visited Mrs. Allis 5353 W. Beaver Jacksonville ,
4"; PartsDodd's Little Mark Whittle of Jacksonville Dyal in Graham Sunday.Mr. FOR S.LEPure bred Collie Pup- '
_ WATCHES DIAMONDS\ is the week with pies |25. W. E. Martin. 5 miles i
spending FOR SALE :3i hp EvJnrude out- III 8. THOMPSON IT.r .
and Mrs. J. D. Doug-
North of Starke M mile off 301 on
Jr. board motor. Good condition. PHONE WO 441MMGHT .
REPAIRS Mr. and ;Mrs. W. E. Bigham, $60. r
las of Lake Butler visited Mrs. first road north of Thoni Truck 1350::; W. Blanding St. Call 963-2481: i WO 4-8S91 or WO t-ltSS
;j: All Work GuaranteedA. and family and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. T. Blair and family Fridty Stop. 1tp after 4:30 p. m. 2tp $-11 IH5TI5CT1VK FLOWERS
& Auto Sales I
C. Williams H. night. FOR SALE 1953 General Electric ,FOR RENT'- 2 bedroom unfurnished -i ftchfINTRODUCTORY !
(Mrs. Mary Green automatic washer. Good condition.
,Mrs. Bedie Conerly of Hague Apply Smith DeVoe 549
528 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-3861 142 W. Call St. O. Brown are spending two weeks visited Mrs. Mattie Sowell and S43.2481: 1350 after W.4:30 Blanding p .m St. Call 2tp 969-5-18 West. Adkins. Itchg

Starke, Fla. with Mrs. Eloise Stephens in,Mrs. Rosa Kelley Friday.Mr. FOR SALE -New 2 bedroom house. I OFFER

Crystal River. and Mrs. H. F. Ware of St. WANTED TO TRADE Apache Small down payment rest like rent.
Phone 964-0393. Engraved Business!
.? Harrell camp trailer for late model boat ltp
NEW LOW LOW PRICE ;: Mr. and Mrs. Wade Petersburg were. visiting Mrs. Bu- trailer and 35: or 40 hp motor. Will Stationery
and pay or take difference. D. R. Dev- I FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 bed-
I II mH HBi '*nBBiMiMKu| lah Harrell Sunday Monday. rick D & W Auto Supply 2tchg 5-11 room down stairs apartment. F. B. 500 Letterheads
I Allen Green is a patient in Beard, Phone 533-2861._ Itchg

ON Learn A Well-Paying Profession Kmgs Memorial Hospital in.Lake. WE HAVE a new lun program for DUE TO BUSINESS EXPANSION, 500 Large Envelopes
of 1 I 500
Butler. farmers. Loan to year WE ARE IN POSITION TO OFFER Business Cards
for the. entire credit r DETERMINED MAN. OR WOMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Charels Ryals and mints of the firmer and hi. fam OPPORTUNITY TO EARN $50 OR FINEST ENGRAVING v
Enroll Now! Miss Mamie Clark of Jacksonvillewere ily.: Gainesville Production Cred>t MORE. EXTRA PER WEEK. ALL FOR 48.05
NEW i 1961 CHEVROLET Hair Styling Association.! 120 North Main SERVE ESTABLISHED CUSTOMERS -
Sunday guests. of Mr. and Gainesville Fla.COLONIAL. Jch WITH NATIONALLY ADVER- Plate Included:
and Mrs. Lloyd Clark. TISED WATKINS PRODUCT. 3
)fr. and Mrs. L. C. Wood were
Tuition the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. flowers wired any place. Flowers THE BUSINESS AND YOU SHOULD TELEGRAPH
Beauty Culture v Weekly Phone EARN $50 OR MORE PER WEEK. .
for occasions locally.
Lester Hardee, Sr. in Jacksonville.Miss 4.USt. Nona: St. tfchg WRITE W WATKINS 659 W. PEACH- FOR RENT 2
WRITE OR CALL Carmen O'Rork of Orlando, TREE ST.; N. E. ATLA.'iT.GA.3tchg 5-lf House. Conveniently located. Adult.
Miss ,Linda White of Hollywood HOUSES FOR RENT 2 and 3 I.- only. Phone 964-7182. tfchc
CENTRAL 'HAIR-STYLING ,COLLEGEMember bedrooms. Inquire Greyhound Bus 2
Green all studentsat FOR RENT Nice unfurnished
and Miss Linda ,
(On Straight Sale) Station. tfchg bedroom house. Newly decorated. WORTH THE TRIP
National Ass'n of Cosmetology in '
; Florida Southern College Phone 964-0393. Up Mobile Homes
-Always below
Fla Ph. FR6-4105 weekend guest! FOR SALE ,- Lovely 3 bedroom
218 SE 1st St. Lakeland were modem country house partly: furnished. FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 bed market, and clean. .
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green. Central heating. 40 acre. room down stairs apartment. F. P. LAKE GENEVA
Mr. .and Mrs. Ernest Edwardsand mostly: in pine. 600 bird cage chicken Beard. Phone 533-281. Itchg
bouse. Also usable for fryera.Out TRAILER PARK
family and Mrs Lottie Ed- buildings 2 deep .wells. Egg FOR SALE Equity In 3 bedroom
house with cooler. $15,000. For Information bou,' Partly finished. Hot & Cold 1 mi. SE of Keystone His. \
wards were Sunday guests of Mr. call 964-4101 or Keystone water school mall route. Located on Route 100 ,
Mrs. Edwards in Jack- tfchg 44' miles on Brownlee Rd. Phone ,
and Harry Heights .4385.
? ? ? 1 NOTICE sonville. 9642254. ftp 5-18 WELL BUILT 2 bedroom frame
$ Mr. and Mrs. Schley, DeLo ch FOR RENT-Furnished, apart- HOME FOR SALE-By owner. 7 home for sale by owner. Will Mil
I ment, Reasonable rates. Near room bungalow on corner lot. Car- furnished or unfurnished. SIS N. 8t
of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. hopping center. Phone WO ,-!On.or port and utility: room. Near tennis Clair St. ,itchg (..itService
PRICED TOO LOW } .W..T. 'Blair an4 family last Sun- call at Z1J 'S. Cherry: St. (ShellOil court and play grounds. <431< Center
:' :. Co. Office. Rt. Phone WO 43351. tfchg
TO ADVERTISESee j- : day. .- tfcbg ltsParit
-if: /: ..EFFECTIVE ". i' Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kelly and FOR SALE
I I'r'r Ready mix concrete concrete block.
_" i sons of Waldo and Mr. and Mrs.
: HASTINGS MATTRESS ro.ncs. fence polta. sand, cement.
Steve of Jacksonville were M'-nar teeL shell
Kelley mix rnck oyster:
; SATURDAY, 'JUNE 3, Sunday guests of :Mrs. Rosa Kelley & UPHOLSTERY WORKS F.lnerock and Roof Gravel. Phone 'I_ ;

.... ;: _.; ;' 710 Lemon St. Palatka: C WO4-252I. Bradford Engineering tfcbg _____. __ _..
", '..WE WILL. CLOSE. AT Mr. and !(rs. Bill Hinton Wandiy Furniture Repaired, Uphol lb. COLUMBIA SAW CO.
SALE Curtia 8,030 cap-
.j. > ,". FOR -
Hammond :,1.;
Bob "
W. J. Dodd or ... / 1oN : ': Mary Anne of New Orleans stered & Refinished acity Frigidaire: Hydrollc beverage Grease Lift cooler$300.$75.1 Lake City, Fla

1 : ON SATURDAYS La. are spending a few daysTKfe MATmESSE8.REBUILT Phone 964-8271. 239 S. Walnut St.
week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl See at Stern's Station. 21 chg 5-18 FOR RENT Furnished np Ulra
::-s.. apartment Light and water tarnlfibed.
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TUBA! .' k. Green an4 llr. and Mrs. Ernest New InnersprfafiS FOR 'RENT Three bedroom unfurnished 145 per mo. y. la Klrchaine,

i State Bank ofJStarkeA Edwards. : and Box Spring house In Saratoga Height 516..... 8. Epperson St. jtp 6-25

H '...-', ..--' Drop Vs a Card or Call' Phone tU-4Ifl.. S69-1CS5.Stchg 4-18 FOR SALE 1-three piece bedroom .

PALATKA EA 6-9163 cults living room furniture,
Recent Birth FOR SALE Twin Hollywood: beds dining table and chairs, electric
: ," -. FIorid.BeI&tStarkeI STABKE WO 45934UBS. ard new gaa hot water heater. stove, refrigerator and washing machine
AUTO :Mr;. and Mrs. Charles H. Lawson PEGGY 5WALT7R, Starke, -Phono tIIf.5Uf.: tfchg of drawer, knee hole Raeonable.deck and Mrs.odd chest Ruth

DOS SALES: I. ., If'J of" Lakeland announce the; A.a HOME FOR SALE Bowen 125 W. Washington St. Itp
EY OWNER. C 2 bedrooms .
-. rooms
} 'F. D Lc; J riha Charles Alan, on '
: 'i. I son, ; 2 baths screen porch utility roora. FOR RENT J bedroom' unfurnished
May: 12. Paternal grandparentsare In Saratoga Height Reasonable house at 251 8. Westmoreland

712.S. Wakut ., J'o64442t rki ; f ::. \j{ ?:z JS : ., Mr. ,and Mrs. H. A. Lawson LEAKN:( TO'it/r-Contast Lacy Conway down payment. Payment $11 ttchc mo. St. .Call I 64-lt75> 1 or y see* rv84 Paul Faulkner.
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TfffTTVVVTTTTTVTTVTVTTTI years of outstanding leadership.t II j home of Sirs. W. E. :.Torodc on TTYYTY TYTYYYYYYYYTYYYYT mother: with the most children date of the first publication of thisnotice.
claim demand must
t During the business session it. Kingsley Lake. The girls, supervised present was a tie between Bell be in writing Each : and or must state the

LAWTEY\ was agreed to have the PTA payfor I by Miss Dorothy Ross, cook- CLAY HILLBy Rosier and. Sarah Norman, who. place of' residence and post office
.and mustbe
I address the claimant
the new atenna, and plans ed hamburgers patties wrapped each had four at the service. sworn to by the claimant, his
were made for the purchase of .together in foil, and roasted corn I agent, or his attorney, or the same
Sirs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAA IB.The Coaatr Judge's Court In to law.
By Enza BlanchardJAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAA And will become void according
new curtains for the stage. pro- on the cob, also wrapped in foil For Bradford Count, FloridaIn Such creditor or claimant must at
gram ideas for the loming year Rolls and lemonade completed the P I Probate No. 1-791 the time of the filing of the same
In Re: Estate at deliver a copy of such claim to the
were discussed, and refreshmentswere menu. Members attending were Benjamin Saxon, with
New Officers Installed Troy Lang is back in Tampa Yancey also County Judge In compliance
. served during the ,social I Beuna Wilkerson, Judy Bennett, known as B. y Saxon, Deceased. Section 7M.16, Florida Statutes 19S9.
. By Lawtey PTA after spending\ten days with his Notice To Creditors And ClaimantsYou This 2nd day of May, 1961.
hour. Margaret Rosier, Karen Lee, and and each of you are hereby
grandparents, .the Richard Langs. Henry Vivian Saxon
New officers for the Lawtey Operetta Enjoyed Carol Griffis. : notified and required to present 'any Administrator of the Estate of
PTA at final _______ Seems as if John Wilkinson claimsand. demands which you, or Saxon de
were installed "Cinderella's a' Revival Scheduled Benjamin Yancey'
Slipper, lovely .. either of you may have against the
hasn't work with the ceased.
meeting of the present school yearin operetta was presented last Fridayby Revival services will begin at ,i. ;:>'_rl' -. :,. By G. T. Hug in! enough one estate of Benjamin Yancey Sax- Walton
''I' W. Marion
I. ., = I big chicken house full of chicks, on, deceased late of said County -
the i. ;
school cafeteria Tuesday 6th and 7th grade pupils of the First Baptist Church of Law-, :>,::" 9J:: to the County Judge of Bradford Attorney- for AdministratorP.
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night May 12. Mrs. S. G. Den- Lawtey Junior High. Arrange: tey Monday, May 22, and will I'o' : :. .. ; ''- t'.lr..tx County Agentat II so he is building another one. County Florida at his office in the O. Pox Beach.UJ7 Florida
ham- Court
i Have heard quite a bit of House. StarKe Florida within -
mark, president of the Bradford- ments of flowers brightened the run for the week. Rev. Barney -- eight calendar months from the 6-11 it S-1

Union Council of PTA, served as entrance hall and stairs, and the Andrews of Marietta will be the TOBACCO GROWERSOur that of Willis Dyal's about i mering over at Buddy Wilkinson'splace
also, and wonder if he is
installing officer for the following: stage was effectively decorated.The evangelist. The public is invited.! tobacco crop all over the five miles out. ,looking I
forward to another house
I !Mrs. Eugene Pearson, president; characters were well trained A fish supper will be helil in I county looks good. Size does vary There is Iota of good freezer for chicks? Tell you later. Iii PLAN NOW
Mrs. John C. Tyre, vice president; and all the school
parts were played in ex- cafeteria Saturday from about 12 inches high up to vegetables growing in small gardens Mr. and Mrs. Lias Taylor of
Mrs. Hiram Bennett, secretary and cellent style. Good music and night. Proceeds will go to the new. 16 leaves on some like Lloyd all over the county. Jacksonville visited the Strick-I

Mrs. H. H. Hamilton, treasurer. pretty costumes contributed to the curtail fluid: and it is hoped that Dyal's and Basil Davis's.If HELP LIVESTOCK lands and Faye England last Friday To Remodel Your Home

I The program chairman, Mrs. success of this outstanding pro- everyone will come out and enjoy weather cooperates and oui Our FFA boys, under supervision Harvey Lane of Middleburgalso II ;
G. W. Roberts, Mrs. R. duction. the good food.
presented growers do their best, we will of Paul Hutchins and Curtis visited the Stricklands Sat- FAY LATER
Lee, the outgoing president,f Cook-out Enjoyed Mrs. Susie Prevatt entered have a good crop. We talked Marlowe, gave their chapter cat- urday night. I
a past president's pin as a A recent Bradford County Hospital for tle the first round of phenothiazine -
""E. pleasant event was about strawberries for several Debby and Simeon Phillips have
\ of appreciation for her two I the 4-H Club cookout held at theALVAREZ' treatment last Saturday.Mr. months and now is tobacco talk- last week. The second doseis moved from Highland to Jackson- I ON OUR
l and Mrs. Joe Shuford and due in 18 to 21 days after the
ing time. ville. We miss them very much Ii FINANCING PLAN
Ciothing children of St. Augustine were Tobacco acreage cannot be in first, but the boys think all the from.church-Miss Debby to play

IT I I I STOREOf l\len's If ll II IIQ Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. creased because of acreage allot- cattle already looks better. for us, and Simeon to sing that Noland Credit Company
E8L"lblished 189I John Shuford and Dave. Phenothiathine gets rid of sto-
ments but we can grow more rich bass. This leaves your cor- Allows You To .
Mrs. Effie Miner accompaniedMr. pounds and better quality. Tobaccocan mach worms. A regular parasite respondent to try to play for the .
and Mrs. Bilr Reid to visit Mt.Reid's control might be the
easily top the $150,000 figureso program congregational singing. Wonder Improve
mother, Mrs. B. C. Reid, it also commands attention. thing to get your cattle going. what will happen to us next?
who is a patient in the Uniwrsity Suggestions has been made Come in and talk to us about the John and Betty Brumbelow and Add To

Q Ill Extra Cost of Florida Medical Center in that ant award be made for a top program your Cattleman's Asso- Betty Allen Visited the Strick i I. or

With Each Gainesville. production crop. Maybe we can ciation has for you. We have a lands and Faye England last Sun- .II RemodelNO

Weekend guests of Mrs. Lean develop this, so do your best. mighty good leaflet on controlling day. We did not get to attend .
One yon buy, Edwards were Mr. and Mrs. f joule HAMILTON HARVEST internal parasites with phenothiazine. services at Long Branch but here

I C Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL d Avon Lee Edwards Wainwright Park and, Mr.children and and children of Mrs.Gainesville Carl of I Hamilton Combining busy rye these is keeping days.Zedra It free.. You ask for it and get&Ik it there Homecoming was an enormous. Strickland crowd for did DOWN\ PAYMENTLOW

: was noticeable this winter not feel able to attend, so wedidn't

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Tucker, and and Mr.family.and of Mrs.Femandlna B. ;W. : season very that there was more rye Fair Association president Bob go. I ONTHLY Y PAYMENTSDON'T

planted for winter grazing. McIntyre is really getting orga- Lacy Norman has been suffering
SOI N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6.7588 Beach. nized for a Fair in October. He at- with his arm, which doesn't
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Zedra will also soon be? harvest-
Brassell tended the State meeting in seem to get better. Ernie
I and Paula who seed of a new oat released any
are moving here ing Gainesville Monday and Tuesdayand Padgett remains very low and had WAIT' TODAY SEE
i from Statesboro; Ga., are temp- last fall by the Florida Experi-
picked up some mighty good been unconscious for several days
I orarily residing with his brother, ment Station. Not so many of ideas. He placed a tentative order when we last heard from him.
Support Jack Brassell, and family. these seeds were available, but we
for 10,000 square feet of tent. Others on the sick list are Carol
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. were able to get in the first year
Harley en- With space like that, we can sure Nqrman of Highland, Nellie Wil-
joyed having all of their childrenand release so we would have some in 301 E. CALL STREET ,
have exhibits.
some good kinson, and Junior Herndon's in-
PRIVATE ENTERPRISEThe families, also Bruce and Mil- our area. One of the outstanding speakers fant daughter, who has chicken Phone 964-5291
ford Padgett of Jacksonville and Be sure and check with us that out
really gave some '
Miss Joann Rafuse, as Sunday about your rye and oat seed needs goOd' "dope"' was Frank Kingham, pox.We were able to attend Sunday STARKE. FLA.

Which guests. this fall.GOOD secretary-treasurer of Ute Inter- School and church Sunday morn-
Principle Made Our Sunday dinner of
guests Mr. and GARDEN GROWINGIf national Association of Fairs and gie Griffis able to be back and r

Country Great! Mrs. P. L. Dinkins were Mr. and you want to see some good Expositions. Mr. Kingham has had ing and were pleased to see Mar-

Mrs. Paul Dinkins and David of garden and a small field of good 43 years of Fair experience.Our take Beginners class again. The

St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Jim cern, you just drive out Highway Fair is scheduled for the Junior Girls won the attendance

Burton and Casey Dinkins of 100 south. week of October 16. A County banner,
WHEN YOU THINK Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
OF Horace
GAS'I For a good crop of field corn Fair is an activity to bring peo- On Mother's Day our pastor,
Cox of WaTdb
and Mr.
and Mrs.
and a small patch of sweet corn ple together to see what the coun- Rev. Chisra always gives a

I: Think Charles Dinkins and Jane of that ia as good as you want, look I t I ty has. How about! an exhibit? flower to three mothers present.Mrs. .
Starke. Zettie Padgett has, receivedthe $ ik
.. SLADE GASYour I !Mrs. Jack Pons and children of. YTTYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTYT1Let's in: cattle. An alkaloid called lan- prize as oldest mother for the i' Formerly .

of i Tallahassee spent the weekend tanine is the killer. last two years. Carolyn! Griffis I Quieley & Df avis j

with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- t Go Touching crushed lantana leaves was the youngest mother this.I
is known to cause a skin reaction being old. The I II
dish.Mrs. year 17 years
Business is Appreciated : Carl Prevatt has returned tf One child made a rush trip I I I

from an extended visit with her to; the hospital after playing- by f !.

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Gardening a clump of lantana plants. The ..

Mrs. Jack Harvey' JUrs..-Brevatt ,. exposed' skin was ,marked with

remained to be near her sister, rBy Hervey Sharpe white splotches and reddish areas. II I
Miss: Aline Brown, who recently Florida Agricultural Grows Everywhere I

SERVIC underwent surgery in an Orlando Extension Service Lantana grows throughout the ; ,
hospital. She has improved and state. In south Florida native Kr

:i:: they think she will soon be well Danger lurks in nearly every species !bloom and fruit all year.

Mother's Day visitors of Mrs. garden. So beware of poisonous Related varieties are grown in

Georgianne Sapp were Mrs. Everett 'jlants. One fatality and a rash northern Florida as ornamental

(Pete) Burney Jr. and of critically ill children is the plants.

daughter and Mrs. Gibson and record for Florida this spring. Lantana is a shrub from threeto 1' r.

Everette E. Burney of Jackson- Ornamental plants are the worst five feet tall. The flowers are
offenders. displayed in disk-like clusters on ,<
SALES ville.Ricky and Brenda, children of Many parents believe in letting long stalks. Individual flowers 4 i1j

: Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Jr., infants make "oral explorations"about have four lobes and are tubularin .

SERVICE who are moving from Tallahasseeto the yard. It's one way for the lower part. They may ,be yz

0 Starke, were weekend guestsof children to learn about their en- creamy white, yellow, pink, orange r: ;

'Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts.: vironment, they say. or scarlet.

RCA3ICTOR 1iE Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Yet, some plants the child may The stems are bluntly square, .

cjJoJI': Elizabeth Terry spent Saturday taste are as deadly as a rattlesnake's green or brown, and may be armed 'Y
various relatives. Included with weak spines. Leaves n'
visiting fangs.A sharp .,
STEREOA RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON were an aunt Mrs. Ott Terry, light snack of Gloriosa are in pairs or !whorls of three. I

SALES A REPAIRS 4-6901 ALL MAKES I in the hospital at Live Oak,.another (climbing 'lily) tubers has caused' Lantana berries are green to II II I
x ------------ aunt, Mrs. Jim Crozier in death in four hours. One tiny rosary blue or black, nearly onefourthinch I
Bradford and ;Mayor and :Mrs. pea with its scarlet jacket in diameter, and contain one

SHEPHERD\ Murray Hagan in Lake City. and jet black tip is a lethal dose. bony I
nd Mrs. Billy Carr of Keystone Lucky for children that the seed- DeadlyOne I
_Jf.UU-CIJEN! Q .tR_ ,_-I. ..412 E. CALL .STARW- i Mr guestsof M >s\ S\\ '. V E t
Heights were Sunday coat of this cralbeye pea is hard leaf of the oleander is reported i

the Earlie Padgett family. and impervious to moisture. Un- toxic enough to kill an !,

cracked, the seed can be swallowed adult. Children have been made ill r .1 r 'i !

without danger. But one seed by carrying oleander flowers 5'A !I
thoroughly chewed !brings sure around in their mouths while at -

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death.Pretty, But Dangerous play.A number of- Individuals have

No more hopping! all aver This spring lantana has been suffered serious poisoning after ATLA5e! i IUCRON) TIRES

.. blamed for the death of one eating frankfurters roasted on w L..J; ,. ,
child, the illness of two others oleander stems. Inhaling smoke i

tovntopaybilisoncayou've and a akin injury to a fourth. from oleander stems is another f f

A The death was attributed to eat- way to get deathly sick.
ing lantana berries. Children playing with pokeweed : CAN'T MAKE 'EM SQUEAL i iI

started! a checking :. Botanist Erdman West with the use its purple berries to make 4 fl I
Florida :Agricultural Experiment "play ink" or as "war paint. ', The new ATLAS BUCRON Tire grips the road so I

Stations believe this is the first They are safe until one youngster ;8. well you can't make it squeal, even on the sharpest I!

.account at our bank! a record of human poisoning' asso suggests sampling the berries. V 'turns. No more throat-tightening screech on tight
dated with lantana plants. Cases of jimsonweed poisoning "

Cl ."' However, it has been known have been reported in Florida: af- turns. \ i

: .. J .. : for yean that lantana can poise children, ate its fruit or suckedon
'4:1. iS the'flowers. .i \ ,. .tfi I

\ ..' 1<' i Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Kite and Look-Dont Taste I STOPS 30 / FASTER -;.:"... /.'" i I
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.ft.,s''J'.. \. two daughters of Jacksonville and lira.visited Effie:Mr. has a good recored in Florida, but Tested against ordinary tires, the ATLAS BUCRON! ': i
\ .' ;.: in Europe a number of children ATLAS --
-: Tires 30 BUCRONSJIC-
1/"'-. and Mrs. Luther HilUarB and chil- t' stopped % I
.-_ '", 9....... .. '" d '". dren Sunday. have died from eating the fruitof tually stop faster on wet roads than conventionaltires l.
., ., .t. this glossy privet. The hy-

..... ,.",: -- ,.r.'.).__. 1'fig,' 0".'I'.. I,\ \......-......."=-. .,.....",:.,.,.. homecoming"Mrs.: R. E.of Lee her -attended graduation the drangea has at least one markagainst'its do on dry roads. '

: \ ;; :.... name as a poisonous
.t. .< : I ."'- '!:"< -" class in Arlington last Saturday
_._c.-. ". ,...>'" ,. r'.t' .. .. ""' ,.w ...-...''"{" -,...".'. -.- evening.Mr plant

!/"1,*",%: .', '' \ ;,,;: .,'. .. -\t It ,... .;.. :. .), and Mrs. J.. C. PreTatt and Most.ornamentals are harmless % SOAKS UP BUMPS AND JARS
!t '. week- but to be safe enjoy their beauty
'.. / .lIn.. .. .' children of Ocala spent the
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;:. t" ; ': end with Mr. and :Mrs. Carl,.Pre but not their taste. It's a good r E ATLAS BUCRONS absorb road shock and provide
... idea to teach to avoid putting any-
vatt. -: .. your car with a cushion of comfort. Take advantage' -
COME IN SOON! Mr. and Mrs. H. A. .4w and thing in their mouths except with
Jacksonville visited ,_ of our low prices to equip your car .
grandson food.Even ..
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett over crawlers in play pens may s y ATLAS BUCRONS NOW!

the weekend. reach out between the bars and

Spending Mother's Day with pun in anything within reach.

Mrs. A. H. Harley were Mrs. Martha Grass and most lawn weeds are J STANDARD

R.I DAjjiftsuimir :Miley of Jacksonville. Mr. and harmless, but poisonous mush- \
FL Mrs. A. H. Harley and Mr. and rooms may be growing within

:Mrs. Dan Harley of Starke, ),{r. reach. Before leaving atone hi : DtitLsR

Mr the be sure he's not among
and Mrs., S. C. Harley, and yard
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.- with her. For additional ,
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weekend with .Mrs.. -;V. B. Reddish- Home:" :, 407 N. Temple lOt N. Temple 20$: S. Walnutr

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.. years of outstanding leadership.'I II home o(.Mrs. W. E. Torode on TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT mother: with the most children--- I date of the first publication of this

t .Y.YYY.fY..Y..Y..YY.1 During the business session. it'. Kingsley Lake. The girls, super- present was a tie between Bell notice.in writing Each claim and or must demand state mustbe the

was .agreed to have the PTA pay vised by Miss Dorothy Ross cook- CLAY HILLBy Rosier and Sarah Norman, who place of residence and post office::
for the new atenna, and plans ed hamburgers patties wrapped each had four at the service. address of the claimant .and must his
I be sworn to by the claimant
were made for the purchase of. together in foil and roasted corn. agent or his attorney, or the same
By Enza BlanchardUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A4 new curtains for the stage. Program 'on the cob also wrapped in toll AnandRANCy Airs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ia.Tbe County Jud&e'e Court In And will become void according to law.
, I Bradford County Florida Such creditor or claimant must at
ideas for the coming year' Rolls and lemonade completed the P la Probate :1 o. 1-701 the time of the filing of the same
, were discussed and refreshmentswere I menu. Members lc Re: Estate 017 deliver a copy of such claim to the
i. were
New Officers Installed Troy Lang is back in Tampa Benjamin Yancey Saxon also County Judge in compliance with
served during the social Beuna Wilkerson, Judy Bennett known as B. Y. Saxon, Deceased. Section 733.16,.Florida Statutes 1959.
i By Lawtey PTANew hour. I Margaret Rosier Karen Lee and after, 'spending ten days with his ;Notice To Creditors And ClaimantsYou This 2nd day of May 1961.
the Richard and each of you are hereby 1 Vivian Saxon
f officers for the Lawtey grandparents, Langs. Henry
Operetta Carol Griffis. notified and
Enjoyed required present 'any Estate of
Administrator of the
, PTA were installed af the final "Cinderella's Slipper" a lovely I I Revival Scheduled, Seems as if John Wilkinsonhasn't claims and, demands which you or Benjamin YanceY' Saxon, deceased -
L meeting of the present school year operetta I.[ Revival Hoggin enough work with the one estate either of of you. may have against the .
was presented last Friday services will begin at By G. T. ? Benjamin Yancey Saxon -
f in the big chicken hotise full chicks W. Marion Walton
of deceased
school cafeteria Tuesday 6th late of said County I
by and 7th grade pupils of the First Baptist Church of Law. to the County Judge of Bradford Attorney for Administrator
j night, May 12. Mrs. S. G. Denmark I Lawtey Junior High. Arrange- tey on Monday, May 22 and will County Agent so he is building another one. County Florida at his office in the ;' P. O. Box 1637
president of the Bradford- ments ... Have heard quite a bit of Court House. Starke, Florida within Pompano Beach. Florida
of flowers brightened run for the week. Rev.
the Barney ------ ham-j eight calendar months from the 5.11 4t 6-1
Union Council of PTA, served as entrance hall and stairs, and the Andrews of 1tariettaill be the I TOBACCO GROWERSOur at that of Willis Dyal's about mering over at Buddy ___ __
also and wonder if he is ------------ u
Installing officer for the following: I _place !
stage was The I
effectively decorated. evangelist. public is' invited. tdbacco all over the five miles out.
I I Airs Eugene Pearson president; The characters were well trained I A fish supper will be he.l! in crop There is lots of good freezer looking forward to another house ''I
I looks Size does
county good. vary for chicks? TeU'you later.
Mrs. John C. Tyre vice president and all the -II!IIPLAN NOW%
, ,Mrs. Hiram Bennett parts were played in ex- cafeteria Saturday' from about 12 inches high up to vegetables growing in small gardens Mr. and Mrs. Lias Taylor of I 1 II//
Airs. secretary and cellent style. Good music and night. Proceeds will go to the new 16 leaves on some like Lloyd all over the county. Jacksonville visited the Strick-1

I H. H. Hamilton treasurer.The pretty costumes contributed to the curtain! fund and it is hoped that Dyal's and Basil Davis's.If HELP LIVESTOCKOur lands and Faye England last Fri-' I ii I To Remodel Your Home

program chairman Mrs.. success of this outstanding pro- everyone will come out and eajo'the weather cooperates and out FFA boys under supervision .
Lane of
day. Harvey Middleburgalso
G. W. duction. ,
Roberts Mrs. good food.
presented R.
growers do their best we will of Paul Hutchins and Curtis visited the Stricklands Sat- LATER
''' E. Lee the outgoing president,f Cook-out EnjoyedA Mrs. Susie Prevatt entered have a good crop. We talked Marlowe, gave their chapter cat- urday night. PAY
'i/ with a past president's pin as a recent Bradford County Hospital for first round of
pleasant event tle the phenothia-
was several
strawberries for
about Debby and Simeon Phillips have
\ token of appreciation for her two the 4-H Club cookout held at the treatment last Saturday.Mr. months and now is tobacco talk- sine last week. The second doseis moved from Highland to Jackson- ON OUR NEW LOW COST

: and Mrs. Joe Shuford and due in 18 to 21 after the
17' ing time. days ville. We miss them very much FINANCING PLAN
children of St. Augustine were Tobacco acreage cannot be increased first but the boys think all the from church+Miss Debby to play
II Men's
STORE II I Ir Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. cattle already looks better.
Eetn6lfahed 1894 John Shuford and Dave. because of acreage allotments for us, and Simeon to sing that Noland Credit Company
Phenothiathine rid of stomach
Mrs. Effie but we can grow more I gets rich bass. This leaves your cor- I Allows You To
? Miner
Mr. accompanied pounds and better quality. Tobaccocan I worms. A regular parasite respondent to try to play for the .
and Mrs. Bill'Reid to visit Mr. easily top the $150,000 figureso ; control program might be the congregational singing. Wonder Improve

J I Reid'mother, Mrs. B. C. Reid, it also commands attention. thing to get your cattle going. what will happen to us next?

l who is a patient in the University Suggestions has been made Come in and talk to us about the John and Betty Brumbelow and I Add Toor
Of Extra Cost
One Quarter of Florida Medical Center in that and, award be made for a top program your Cattleman's Asso- Betty Allen visited the Strick- .

I I F R E E With Each Gainesville.Weekend production crop. Maybe we can ciation has for you. We have a lands and Faye England last Sun- I II RemodelNO
guests of (Mrs.
GftUon Lean develop this, so do your best. mighty good leaflet on controlling day. We did not get to attend
Oae yon buy. Sl* Edwards were Mr. and Mrs.. mule internal parasites with phenothiazine. -
HAMILTON HARVEST services at Long Branch, but here
Lee Wainwright and children of You ask for it and it
I' Prices Start at $2 Combining is keeping Zedra get there was an enormous crowd for
qt. $5.98 GaL Avon Park Mr. and Mrs. Carl free. DOWN\ PAYMENTLOW
:f Edwards and children of Gainesville Hamilton busy these days. It .... Homecoming. Mr. Strickland did
not feel able to attend
; so wedidn'
was noticeable this winter
and very
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Fair Association president Bob )
Tucker and family of Fernandlna season that there was more rye MONTHLY PAYMENTSDON'T
McIntyre is really getting orga- Lacy Norman has been suffer-
planted for "winter, grazing.
501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 nized for a Fair in October. He at- ing with his arm, which doesn't I
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Brasselland Zedra will also soon be harvest-
tended the State meeting in seem to get better. Ernie
Paula who are moving here ing seed of a new oat released Gainesville Monday and Tuesdayand Padgett remains very low and had %WAIT TODAY SEE
from Statesboro,'.Ga., are temp- last fall by the Florida Experiment -
picked up some mighty good been unconscious for several days
orarily residing with his Station. Not so many of
Support brother ideas. He placed a tentative order when we last heard from him.
Jack Brassell and family. these seeds were available, but'we
for 10,000 square feet of tent. Others on the sick list are Carol
Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. were able to get in the first year
Harley en- With space like that, we can sure Norman of Highland, Nellie Wilkinson
joyed having all of their childrenand release so we would have some in 301 E. CALL STREET
have some good exhibits. and Junior Herndon's infant ,
PRIV A IE ENTERPRISE families also Bruce our area.
I Mil-
One the
ford of outstanding speakers daughter who has chicken Phone 964-5291
Padgett of Jacksonville'and Be sure and check with us that really gave out somegood'
Miss Joann Rafuse seed needs pox.We STARKE. FLA. .
as about and oat
Sunday your rye Frank
"dope" was Kingham, were able to attend Sunday

The Principle, Which Made Our gu ts.Sunday. this fall.GOOD secretary-treasurer of lire inter- School and church Sunday morn-
guests of :Mr.
and GARDEN GROWINGIf national and
\ Association of Fairs gie Griffis able to be back and

Country Great! Mrs.Mrs. P.Paul L. Dinkins were Mr. and you want to see some good Expositions. Mr. Kingham has had ing and were pleased to see Mar-

Dinkins and David of garden and a small field of good 43 years of Fair experience.Our take: Beginners class again. The

St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Jim corn you just drive out Highway Fair is scheduled for the Junior Girls won the attendance

Burton and Casey Dinkins of 100 south. week of October 16. A County banner, I
1 WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Cox of Waldo For a good crop of field corn Fair is an activity to ,bring peo- On Mother's ,Day our pastor
and Mr.
' Charles and Mrs., and a small patch of sweet corn ple together to see what the coun- Rev. .Chism, always gives a I
Dinkins and Jane of
r. Think Starke. that is as good as you want look i ty has. How about an exhibit? flower to three mothers present.
Mrs. Zettie Padgett has, received
SLADE GAS !Mrs. Jack Pans and children of, TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTXLet's on cattle. An alkaloid called lan- the prize as oldest mother for the tI Formerly

T ofYour Tallahassee spent the weekend tanine is the killer. last two years. Carolyn Griffis -f, Quigley & Davis ; "
with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- Touching crushed lantana leavesis
i Go was the youngest mother this I
I dish.Mrs. known to cause a skin reaction year, being 17 years old. The
Business is Appreciated Carl Prevatt has returned One child made a rush trip I. -

from an extended visit with her t4Gardethiig to the hospital after playing bya

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and clump of lantana plants. The i ,

L Mrs.. Jack Iiarvty..Mrs..Pnevatt <-- "( < expoSed' sldn was" marked with 4 b M !

remained to be near her sister, 'By Hervey Sharpe white splotches and reddish areas.
f + Miss Aline Brown who recently Florida Agricultural Grows Everywhere Ya

SERVIC underwent surgery in an Orlando Extension Service Lantana grows throughout the k

1. hospital. She has improved and state. In south Florida native

o they think she will soon be well. Danger lurks in nearly every species 'bloom and fruit all year.

Mother's Day visitors of Mrs. garden. So beware of poisonous Related varieties are grown in
Georgianne Sapp were Mrs. Everett (plants. One fatality and a rash northern Florida as ornamental

(Pete) Burney Jr. and of critically ill children is the plants. 3

daughter and Mrs. Gibson and record for Florida this spring. Lantana is a shrub from threeto

Everette E. Burney of Jackson- Ornamental plants are the worst five feet tall. The flowers are

= F FY. ville.Ricky offenders. displayed in disk-like clusters. on
SALES and Brenda, children of Many parents believe in letting long stalks. Individual flowers : : iT'I

:Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Jr., infants make "oral explorations"about have four lobes and are tubularin rte i. 'b

-- SERVICE who are moving from Tallahasseeto the yard. It's one way for the lower part. They may be : 4.Q: '

\ / Starke were weekend guestsof children to learn about their en creamy white, yellow, pink or- .
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts. .
vironment they say. ange, or scarlet.

RCAVicT0R: llf Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Yet, some plants the child may The stems are bluntly square, .

c CIl..,j,P Elizabeth Terry spent Saturday taste are as deadly as a rattle- green or brown, and may be arm-
visiting various relatives. Included ed with weak Leaves os'a' y,F .
!STEREO RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON snake's fangs.A sharp spines. W3.
were an aunt, Mrs. Ott Terry light snack of Gloriosa are in pairs whorls/ of three.

SALES A REPAIRS 4-6901 ALL MAKES I in the hospital at Live Oak, another (climbing 'lily) tubers has caused Lantana berries are green to 'd r,R
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Y ------------ auxjt, Mrs. Jim Crozier in death in four hours. One tiny rosary blue or black, nearly onefourthinch yt

SHEPHERD \? Bradford and Mayor and Mrs. pea with its scarlet Jacket in diameter, and contain one x ;
& Murray Hagan in Lake City. and jet black tip is a lethal dose. i bony

._ IEMAN_a_CREE.N__ QWHER_ _J. ,.4U E CALl ...STAKE.r. 1 Mr. nd Mrs. Billy Carr of Key- Lucky for children that the seed- I seed.Oleander Deadly *
stone Heights were Sunday guests coat of this craibeye' pea is hard One leaf of the oleander is re- "\ : > *

of the Earlie Padgett family. and impervious to moisture. Un- ported toxic enough to kill' an

--- cracked, the seed can be swallowed adult. Children have been made ill t ,,
i without danger. But, one seed by carrying oleander flowers r

thoroughly chewed brings sure around in their mouths while at
death. ,. 1.MMM.M 11liet
I play.A
Pretty, But DangerousThis number of Individuals have
No more hopping! j nil J.Ir spring lantana has been suffered serious poisoning after ATLASe BUCRUN. : TIRES

blamed for the death of one eating frankfurters roasted on .
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child, the illness of two others oleander stems. Inhaling smoke

: !owntopayblIs-onca{ and a skin injury to a fourth. from oleander stems is another

The death was attributed to eat- way to get deathly sick.
lantana berries. CAN'T MAKE 'EM SQUEALThe
I ing Children playing with pokeweeduse
you've started! a checking : Botanist Erdman West with the its purple berries to make

Florida :Agricultural Experiment "play ink" or as "war paint" new ATLAS BUCRON Tire grips the road so

Stations believe this, is the first They safe until make the
are one youngster well you can't squeal, even on sharpest
ccccunt at our bank!d! I record of human poisoning asses suggests sampling the berries. screech
No tight
.. 2< 1 'turns. more throat-tightening on
ciated with lantana plants. Cases of jimsonweed poisoninghave

C However, it has been known been reported in Florida af- turns.
f : ., ,. for:years that lantana can poisMr. ter.children ate its fruit or suckedon

the flowers. .
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STOPS 30 % FASTER ", '
Kite and
and Mrs Sonny '
t... : "'
: j So far as known the ligustrum ** -

,'.,I"1". :.' .'.i: ; ,,- two Ogilvie daughters of Jacksonville and Mrs.visited Effia Mr. has a good recored in Florida, but Tested against ordinary tires, the ATLAS'AvcRoN! ;::".

.. .j I ;..--f," Hilliani and children in Europe a number of children Tires 30 ATLAS BUCRONSaptuaUy -:
\ : ........ i : ';.-";,.. and Mrs. Luther -; have died from eating the fruit .'stopped % quicker. ,
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than conventional
Sunday. F faster on wet roads[ ;
I stop
.l The
of this privet hydrangea
r/ r glossy
.. "Mrs. R. E. Lee attended the
:._" ,1. > I. y tires do roads. '
0'I.t "" 1\ ,:,.., $-'...". homecoming of her -graduationclass has at least one markagainst'its on dry

/. >; : J''t\ r- I ?.' >:l. .:.."... in Arlington last Saturday name as a poisonous

.. >,- plant.
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I \ .3 ?'.- -. children of Ocala spent the weekend but to be safe, enjoy their beauty
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'F': .. i '1 ikr" ; .. with Mr. and Mrs. Carl'.Pre but not their taste. It's a good ATLAS BUCRONS absorb road shock and provide
idea to teach to avoid putting
vatt., x a car with a cushion of comfort. Take advan
,COME IN SOON! iMr. and Mrs. H. A., :4rpin and thing in their mouths except your '

grandson of Jacksonville visited food.Even .' .y to8e'af'our low prices to equip your car with.

Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett over crawlers in play pens may w, ATLAS BUCRONS NOW!

the weekend. reach out between the bars and

Spending Mother's Day with pun in anything within reach.

Mrs. A. H. Harley were Mrs. Martha Grass and most lawn weeds are w-- ... STANDARD

FL R.I DA Miley of Jacksonville,Mr. and harmless, but poisonous mushrooms .OIL

Mrs. A. H. Harley and Mr. and may be growing within

Mrs. Dan Harley of Starke, :Mr. reach. Before leaving alone in DeatsR

.. and Mrs., S. C. Harley and Mr the yard, be sure he's not among

IT-ifmis and Mrs. S. D. Harley, who lives killer plants. '
BABK L. B (Red) Alvarez Shuford's
.- .. .- ," with her. For additional Information, ask Gib Brown'sService .
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ings-on at the Woman's Club I (Thursday) in the School St Anne's Episcopal TTTTfTTTTTTVTTYTTTYTT M rs. Lee Parker for the weekend hospital. .___ -.. "

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS when, the 'ladies of Chapter Auditorium.' .. Mrs. "
Whitsunday (or Pentecost) : MELROSE Mrs.. Giddings of Pa- Facial Hair
279 OES Woman- Horrace Hudson of HHami i
sponsored a Brownie -
Troop News \ i is one .of the great Feast Days I l latka and Mrs. Mabel Lesley of
K. Schaeffer less Wedding: The third graders of Brownie anI-son:. Homce,. Jr., of Gone Forever
By MMdleburg:
Mary I Il of the Christian church, soon ; visited their mother -,
II I Preceding the ceremonywas Troop 229 have planned a cookout this day as other such days By Airs. Alice,Rothhammer :Florida'State University, spent Mrs. W. D. Gornto, Wednesday Methods .
AiAAiAAALAAAAAAAA AAAhk&AAAkAAAAAA4A&AAAAAA1WEEKLY 1 fashion show with;models l last ,week with her Medically Approved
a mother,
i for their last meeting on (Christmas and Easter), the'tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Winford : of lastreek.. Mrs. Gornto {

jCALENDAR I j, Cub Scouts Den 2, St.:An- wearing items from the May 30. They elected the following -Holy Communion. will be cele- Mrs. H. A. Barnett. Another was observing her 81s birthday The best way to
is'' bride's trousseau. Campbell of Law-I daughter, Mrs Mary Ferguson .... .,.. this
Charming officers eliminate excess -
The Calendar this week ne's Parish House, after school. for the remain- b rated. at that time. {' ; ""-a
pretty much routine; If any- Brownie Troop 229, St. Wil-i models were Walter Harvey, !er of this month: Angela The Episcopal Young Church- r nceburg Tenn., Mrs. Ima ;spent Thursday with tht>m. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Adams i. :M !.1 hair problemIs
is on in Richard Murrhee; Ralph Bryan, Aiken, chairman Geraldine Self, Mr. and Mrs. Hebum Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- '" to come In.
thing interesting going iam's Recreation Hall, after i ; men started ,their summer series visited friends in San Mateo ''<>
the coming week, we haven't school. Laurel Bunce, Carl Darden, ''Voho secretary; and Gail l of programs last Sunday Self and family. Mr. and Mrs- ;hammer and children spent last Friday afternoon. : : '+ :, :-,'\$. j request profes- ,

been informed. Woman's Club Luncheon and Earl Hayner, Watson Harden- Chrtetoffers, treasurer.: night with a talk by: Mrs. Ruth Larry ,Pearson and children,! the weekend with Mrs. Roth- Ralph Brockman of Palatka '-:>'1 .' '>. slonal advice. .V :

Thursday, May 18; installation of Officers, Wo'bergh, Lindsay Walker' Mike The 4th Grade Brownies B. Sawyer, the 'Alachua County .all of Gainesville, Herman McGuire -i:hammer's parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Ethel Brockman of ,, *. .. case analysis can 1
Funderburke, Bill' Reynolds, and sons, and Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde wesley, in Gaines- determine how
Community Church Choir man's Club, 1 p. m. planned the menus for their! Guidance Counselor, and. a film Grandin accompanied Mrsrockman's 1
Practice, 7:30 p. m. Masonic Lodge Meeting, George''1Ia.1sa, Edward Hussey, ovrnight camping trip to ''be on how to'select a 'vocation. Mrs. Pascal Carr and son of''s ille.Winners sister MosWUJ ta rope with your :

PTA, final meeting of .year, Masonic Temple 8 p. m. and Bud Ownbey. on> Friday, May 19. On' this trip, Second 'in the series will be Keystone Heights'all spent the I I I of Meirose Duplicate -Belcher, to her home in Cairo, hair rendition. t

8 p. HL, School Auditorium. Wednesday, May 34: I First characters 'on the they will cook both their sup presented' this Sunday with evening with Mr. and Mrs. D."( Bridge -are: First., place, Ga. over the weekend. 1% There is! no I\

Friday, Slay 19: Cub Scouts Den 2. t. Ane- scene of the weding were the per'and their breakfast.They,:Dr.: Don Christoffers; .discussing -. B. Campbell recently.Mr. Mrs. Barns Boyd and Mfs. Dot- Mrs. Edna E. Dwyer charge tot' con
Rotary Luncheon,'12:15: noon. ne's Parish House after family and friends of the have finished making their medicine' as a vocation. and Mrs. R. M. Cason tie Scully; second place, Mrs. Smith of Jacksonville sultation.

Girl Scout Troop 190, after school.t bride: Walter Harvey, Lindsay tin-can stoves, and have setup : AH young people are cordially: spent the weekend in Palatka Walter Grolick and Mrs. William spent several days last t EDMUND, DWYER
week with her mother
I ,
school, St. Anne's Parish St Anne's Junior Choir, Walker, Ralph Crawford, a "paper chart" for the invited Sunday at 6:30: p. mat with their son and daughter- h Moore; third place: Mrs, Vira ;: Elect rologist

House. Practice, 3:45: p. m. Jess Lewis, Bill Reynolds, jobs they will have to comptete. St. Anne's. : in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph' Lucille Davie and Mrs. Lila A. Gallic Herring, and: sister, Mrs. ,(17 Years Experience)

Boy scout Webelo's Den, 6:30p. : () Prayer Group and Bible Ralph 'Bryan, Ernest Triest, while camping. The church sponsors Cub Cason, and daughter and son- Pridgeon: fourth place, Mrs. Rye. ,
Mrs. Ella Ballissario had as 107 W. Univ. Ave., Gainer
m., St. Anne's Parish House. Study Meeting in CommunityChurch Earl Hayner, Herman Schroeder Final preparations were Pack 305, and'as a gesture o:I. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Alice Ketchum and Mrs. Helen L .
recent visitors Mrs. Edith Bish Call FR 2-8039 for
Boy Scout Troop 105, 7:30, Parsonage 7:30 p. m. Frank Jones, Mike Fun made at their meeting or' thanks, I'sending the Den Ford.Miss Phelps.} appointment I
Mrs. Mattie Lawson and
p. m., St. Annes Parish House St. Anne's Senior Choir derburke, Gilbert Reed, and Tuesday of this'eett: and they, Mothers and their husbands Shelley Holden spent School News op ,
''I Mrs. Mildred Burrows all of
'were"in. the week with her grandparents
Duplicate Bridge Clulb Section : Practice, 7:30 p. In. George.Massa. They learned how to make bedrollsThey I., and"all working men to thepack The Athletic Bwster Club!),
1, 8 p. m., Woman's Club. First Baptist Church Adult troduced by Ushers Bui Own- plan to leave from committee and their. ,. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hold- will sponsor a Variety Talen Gainesville, and Dr. Maurice 9'te.666 \

Brownies leave after school l I Choir Practice, 8:15 p. m. bey and Talmadge Drake. school Friday afternoon and< wives .to the Alachua en, in Tallahassee.Rev. Show at, 8 p. m. Friday, May Seigler of Palatka I
When the, guests were all as DistricT and Mrs. Ray.Stedham Mr. and Mrs. B- J. Alderman
for Camp-out. Thursday, May 25: will return home Saturday a1 t Scouters appreciation : 19, in.the High School Audi
sembled, George Massa gave: spent last week with MrsStedham's spent several days la.t week II
Saturday, Slay 20: Duplicate Bridge Club Sec noon. This will be the first at the University o! Florida torium. Admission will be SO I

Walker's Boy's Bowling, tion H 10 a. m;; bring your. a stirring vocal rendition of> ",. overnight trip for these Brown- Student Center Tuesday, May: mother Mrs. Waters;,, cents, and caildren under Swill on a combined business anc
10 the appropriate, "Darling, I: in Fitzgerald, Ga. pleasure trip to Tallahassee.
Team, Palatka, a. m sandwich. ies: 23, at 6:15 be admitted fref. I
: m.
p. ,
.{.Thev're.. second in league- '). Garden Club of the Lakes,,, Am Growing Old", accompanied -'1|Duplicate Results This, weekend Rev. BID I New officers of the WSCS The school j -, .
I band, under the
Catechism, Grade 1-6, St. l by Ralph Copeland on the I At the regular weeklv nlav were installed bY Rev. Ted I
2p. nu c uv Breyfogle will be at tne Diocesan 'direction of Mrs. Rhua Stakely -
William's, 10 a. m.-l1 a. m. Community Church Choir organ. of the Duplicate Bridge Club,! Youth consultation at Springer and' Dr. Farrar. J'|]
Bunce and Richard Mrs. R. G. Smith [th.' former presented three band con-
Girls' Bowling Team, Palat- Section U,
Thursday morning.
Practice, 7:30
p. m. Weed.
Camp c erts-last week, the last to be
the' lovely Susie 'Perry] and children, ti
Murrhee were
ka,2p.m. Mridesmaids 11, Mrs. Helen Pinion
Junior Woman's Club board ay Tuesday, May 30, Mrs. Richard held this school
Sunday, May 21: meeting, 8 p. m.'b wearing the ,latest and Mrs. Sally Mansfield 'were Murrhee and Mrs. Alec Lockwood and Jeanie of St. year.

Attend your church, in .the Civics Class' Goes from the Nearly New Shop. hlgh-s'corers; Mrs. Lucille Davie Brokas:who have'teen selectedas Augustine 'visIted her brother,'- The Junior-Senior Banquet

To Legislature Watson Hardenbergh' was' the and Mrs. Lilo Pridgen\ were adult counselors, will Clarence Perry and family, Mr. and Prom was held Saturdaynight I i
a.m.EYC Honor while camp and Mrs. John W. Perry, and| in the Parish House. It
St. Anne's Parish Tuesday, May 9, the boys playful Maid second higH; while Mrs. Alice attend the Camp Weed staff
House, 6:30: p. m. and girls of the 9th grade Grover Davie, as the flower Ketchum and Mrs. Helen meeting at St. Anne's Church cousin. Mrs. 'W. W. Addison was presented as The Royal

First Baptist Intermediate Civics Class of Keystone girl, used his pitching arm to Phelps' were third. h'Lake City.l'ersonals and family on Sunday. Palm night club. The room

Choir ,Practice, 6:30 *p. m., .. Heights' left about 2:30 to|deposit "flower petals' on the On Friday evening, May 12,. Miss Jackie: Stinson o' Jack- was decorated with purple I

First Baptist Concord ChoirPractice. drive to Tallahassee where eads and shoulders of the ,Mrs. Helen Phelps' and Mrs Miss Lila Williams of Gainesville sonville recently' visited Mr. and lavender crepe paper I PENNSYLVANIASeven

6:30: p. m:. they would viist the State LegIslature 'congregation.' Ring-bearei ice Ketchum' were high-: was the dinner guest of and Mrs. Gus Cicen. [Streamers and silver tin&el.
Community Church Young Carl Darden not only remenltered scorers Mrs. Lynn Hoot oi Palm
at the
the following day. I weekly 'Mrs.
Mr. and William Few and
People, 7 p. m,, educationa Adults furnishing transpor- b his sling-shot, but also meeting of the Duplicate Bridge Beach visited her parents! Mr.1 AAAfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGRAND1N days a week there is free guide' service
Groom Ed I Sunday evening Miss and Mrs Edward Ferrell. through the State Capitol at Harrisburg. A feature
building. ; wedding-ring.
I tation and acting as chaperoneswere ,Club, Section I. Albert Bach- Williams will'be director of I
Monday-May 22: asisted down the Mrs. Andrew Witherspoonand of most tours is the State Historical Museum.
the class teacher, Mrs. Hussey was man. 'and. Louis Kyle were second Christian Education at the i Spe-
Cub Scouts Den 1, afterschool Summrs, as well as :Mrs. Lena aisle by his best-man, Tony I', .high while' Mrs. Bee Cooper Community Church this, : Mrs. John Griner attended: cial tours can be arranged through the-Treasury,
St. Anne's Parish Baker, who woud not allow and Miss Sally Mansfield summer the* annual Homecoming of Education and other buildings of the
Clemons Capitol
Mr. Mooneyham in
charge of the Young By Mrs. Rebecca group.
"chicken- out." the Church Mid- Brantley1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAA. !
House. him to third. Methodist at On the beautiful
and Rev. and Mrs. J. R Smith were Pe'ople's Program. I Susquehanna River, Harrisburg'sattractions
Girl Scout 147, after r The bride, Fremont Tolles,, dleburg last Sunday. ,
.\rriving in Talahassee around : : ,The Club meets at 10 a. m. Mr. and M''s. Walter Curran 'l also include the River* Pan, Italian Gardens

Parish House, in by "her'father Mrs J." W. Wynn and chil-
Melrose marriage
school, given
) p. m., the group went to oh Thursdays, and at 8 and Sunken
p iii Lon of Jacksonville Beach are Those of the Grandin chll-, Gardens. Hershey with its chocolate
Community Church :Men' Buster Aiken was dren, Keith and Linda,. of !
the University camp where Fridays. Both sections ,meet, spending their 'vacation in iren receiving factory
award rose gardens and
Dinner educational building,, had reservations. lovely in her tattle-tale gray Jacksonville visited Mr and I ribbons1, amusement parks is not
t.hey They'njoyed fashioned from an ancient in the woman's Club. Everyonewho J Keystone Heights at White' : c for being the most t alert ini I far 'away.THE .

6:30 Instructions p. m. for teen-agers., dinner in the University gown bedsheevhUe her veil' enjoys a good game, of :Feather coil;!; *, ., in the Bay Front .Band Shell in i snorts at school were Dorothy i)
Cafeteria after which I serious bridge will be' welcome ,Mrs. P Harvey' is resting St. Augustine' Sunday after=' i and Gloria Sapp Jan and)
7 m., St. Willam's.Lions was of material suspiciously
p. Club Business MeetIn 'here entertainment was a dance and other resembling the living-room at either or both meetings. comfortably: t scan',be 'expected noon. The Concert ,was sponsored Christine Brantley and| KEYSTONE STATE BANK
The followingday KeelhThis Date Open* "at ttie1'residence :Frankie
curtains. She carired a of her by the Florida: National and Judy Sapp.
7:15 p. m. they toured the Universityand : spraymagnolia. Circle July .8 en'youT'ealendar 'daughter Mrs-Evelyn ,Dillion Ouarct'- ,. ,
title-Paran ChUrchWMUmet
Her father :
CAP Cadets, 7:30 p. m.; CAP of car : 'I
the city, and visited the because on that, date'the 'of Walleston, Mass. MM,. Haritey Everett Fox who
seniors, 8:30: p. m. in Skytel. Legislature where tied a rifle, in pure Dog-Patch night at the.home of
Tuesday, May 23: they wereeunited style. Keystone Heights Lions Club suffered r, a" severe fall .in surgery last Friday 'at ,Bradford :]Mrs. Marjorie Hubner.
with a former member and the Junior 'Woman's which she i 'MEMBER F.DXC.
The knot tied by min Club her shoulder County Hospital is mak-1 ""
.- .I of the class, Gail Cross ister, Leamon was Ward. will be giving dance that'you and broke a', bone ,in her ing progress and feeling better :]Mrs.We Ethel are glad to see that both'] ''' A Friendly Bank iir A Friendly Community
INSURANCE laughter of Senator Emory: will surely want to neck and is I Brockman; and Mrs.| '" ( ..Heights
Master of ceremonies wa' attend. now; wearing a every day. I']Rosa \ '1': IY\ (9ne Flat =
Auto Fire-Casualty Cross. Bill Belote. Background Organ This is also the day the boat, I cast Oil her' right; arm. Mrs. Mrs. W\ H. Bryan of Jacksonville -:to be out are well enough] 'I I h I

Bonds and Allied Lines I They arrived home Wednesday I. Music was furnished by Ralph motor, and trailer will be given :Harvey recentlyvmoved from was the guestof her'turning home and around' since re- .

Reynolds Insurance evening and all agreed Copeland of Park of the Palms to some lucky person So keep Keystone after the' death of sister. Mrs. Robert Jaekson.'i..___'.----5--_ -_ from----Glendale- ---- "

that they had a worthwhile Publicity posters and programs this date in mind. her husband and family for several, day

AgencyW. ind instructive two days. were made by Mary, Since the above mentioned! Mr.and.Mrs. H. P. Haber- last week.

L. Reynolds Womanless Wedding Wows Ann Schaeffer. lance is planned for July, the :stroh of.Valparaiso. Ind. arespending. We are happy to welcome: KEYStoNE! HEIGHTS
Ph 2442 2701 Audience For Two Nights Reminder: Keystone Heights Volunteer!' ',th& ';week with Mr Lt. Commander Calvin'Lee, hie MELROSE

Keystone Heights, Fla. Friday and Saturday evenings Don't fail to attend the last Firemen will hold their Annual :and Mrs. Jack Haberstroh wife, Pat, and their daughter, I '
: .. T:=rr-j :ii iii::..-. May 12 'and '13, there i PTA meeting' of 'the "1960-01 I Ball the latter*part of August. The Habertroh men are Tina Michelle., to, -Kerstone--.------.,: '
-- Watch the paper for later de{,]brothers} Cmdr. Lee is stationed at BUSINESS DIRECTORY

velopments. Pvt. and Mrs. Larry Cooperof Cecil Field. They are' living 'in I

CHURCH NEWS Columbus,'; Oa. spent 'the the Donna Walrath house on I 1_ 0' _

St. Williams weekend: KeyStone visiting: East Lakeview Drive. I'M ___ _ -

St. William's Altar Society their parents',, ,;Mr. and' Mrs. APPLfANCE SERVICE .1|(GIFTS-TOYS [PACKAGED STORE

.- held its regular monthly meetIng Kenneth Cooper, and Capt..: ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL 'Wheeler's ServiceCo. -

on Monday evening' in the and Mrs-Rob&t'Jackson, and I CHURCH. KEYSTONE ? I Shaughanessy'sPACKAGE

;1r. Recreation Hall with 14 mem- their respective families: Sundays-9:00: a. m. Church ., I d STORE
1 bers present. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, George Schaeffer School !9:30 a. :''m., fe1ta
U() li. Lena Cle- Morning COMPLETE SERVICE ON :: .1 JOPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY
mens, the new president, con- and Mrs. Schaeffer* aunt Prayer and Sermon [1st and, Televisions-Automatic Washers 1 I CLOSED SUNDAYS

@JjI { > ductd the meeting, 'and a new Miss Anna McCullough.: 'droveto I 3rd Sundays Holy Cmmmn-| Electrical Appliances-Out-: (J/tJ 50flJ Keystone' Melrose

11 I member_ ,_Mrs., Calvin Lee, was Ocala.and Silver Springs on! Ion]. '6:30: pm.. Episcopal board Motors-Welding Highway

a \ welcomed uL into me club. This; Sunday, and''enjoYed lunch at; Young Churchmen. < Granite ,5-2401, Melrose 1 JREAL! ESTATEC.

; was the last meeting of the I Silver Springs. HolylYays-7:30 a. In. Holy ALL WORK GUARANTEED Largest & Most Complete Selection -
z .1'sk season, the'next being in Sep, Mrs. Agnes Lawrence' and: Communion. Serving Customers since 1947 r l of Greeting Cards and''I J. Pete O'Connor

\ tember. Mrs. Clemens announ Mrs. Linnie McCully were also Third Wednesday Parish I Between Keystone and Melrose, Toys In This Area -_ '. REALTOR

4. ced the chairmen of the various,, at Silver Springs on Sunday. Covered Dish Supper, 6:30'p.: Keystone HeifhtsHARDWARE ; REAL ESTATE
comittees who will Capt. Robert Jackson and .
+' : ira S MORTGAGES
: ,' Wilbur: Neal, )trs. Mary Rob-: 'Mrs- Jackson and then daugh- Rev. Millara H. Brey- / ,Keystone Heights
Phone 4297
1 S % inson Miss tsr Beth attended.the .
\ Anna MoCullough,, .: 51st Infantry fogle Vicar.p"tCnflmied"On. -- --

I ;; Mrs. Betty Godley, Mrs. H. L. ._ Divi&onfBafca Concert;, Page Ten ] Redfearn'sAppliances Brooklyn Winifred H.CRAWFORD.

c' Morgan. Jr., Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, -- _- Supply House ,1.
Mrs. Jim Gatooardi' ; :Mrs. Emery ,
Cooper, Mrs. HOTPOINT APPLIANCES I f Reg. Real Estate
George Schaeffer
Mrs. L. R. Brault, Mrs.I. Maytag Washers aM ,Dryers : PAINTS j|f. Lake Properties Acreage t

Benedict Finzer, Mrs. Harold : Zenith T V : Outside House Paint j I I| Ranches. Business .
: 1I City!
( : \ Sutton SERVICE ON ALL HAKES Mildew Resistant I
j\ : ; Mrs. Bill Davie, Mrs.. i I Homes Rentals
Everett Fox, Mrs. Herbert Keystone: Height( Fhppe4252; GALLON "We Take A Personal Interest
jScystone, Heights, Phone 2741 )
I I Nelson Mrs. Ed Conneen, Mrs. In Your Requirements
: / 'Jack' Reid, Mrs. Theron Whid- BOATS Midway: Keystone Heights _

I I I't den. Mrs., L -'.!I I Melrose
Oladyce Bachmann l Odom's Hardware ,
and Mrs. Janet Lamm.i t I L J I ,III way 21-Opea Sunday.
'j' The BOAT Barn -
: I i At the close of tliebusiziess ; & Supply GR 5-2981 *
/ b'' I' ,, (
the hostesses, ,Mrs. Pearl Win-t- HARDWARE PAINT
tI MELROSE GR 5-2701 RESTAURANTLawrence's :
genbach and Miss' Anna Mc {I Cement Blocks Red! Mix I

I Cullough, 'served coffee and I Cement ,

How does he help keep an old cookies. Charlie 'McGJave' of EVJNRUDEc inc1a1rKerene and Fuel Oils, Short Orders Dinette

the local Civil 'Defense Unit SALES & !| Meter Service I Sandwiches

American tradition alive? t brought a screen and projector SERVICE Helrose Phone: Gr. Bottled and Draught; Beers .
j Sundays Too
,to. show the film on mouth- I I. 5-541//:1 Closed Mondays I
i to-mouth KlichenOpen11A.M.4p. M.
breathing. While this I __ I
I -_- .a2.------ II 1 LUMBER Keystone Height
or the desire to "doit.yourToday, nearly half the families in America I has been seen' by'moat of the I 'I I ,.
SELF-reliance !
old American ,custom.. Your save them. local people from'time to time,I II. 'I I- I San Lebrydo DRIVEINWhite
hardware dealer is a big reason' hy this tradition I. Issgoc4ldea to review'tne) FLORIST I -
continues to thrive. He is constantly alert Your S&H' Green Stamps make it possible steps to be takes, what "with:}f I Lumber Co. Top Drivhi"A

for you to 'choose from over 1,500 top- the summer swiminmg. boat :,, We Specialize fn Custom GOOD PLACE TO
for new ways to help fix that leaky faucet, 'I Edna EATSDinners
you Williams
quality, famous brand-name items.at your ing.,and skiing season upon us.:Ii i Cut Extra Lengths i Sandwiches

the jammed lock, the broken window. S&H Green Stamp Redemption Store.. Altar Boya-'for.StmdaYi May]i I FLORIST NURSERY | Materials Cold Beer Sodas :

: Service is his business. That's \vhy your 21. will, te--Jimmy Fox and 1 FLOWERS Cement Mortar Mix- J! Take Out Orders- c

I ': hardware dealer stocks literally thousands of FLORIDA DIVISION John AIleiuForMaJ'-SS? George. For: An Occasions Sheet Rock I| Open 11 a. m.--Midnlgijt

items-so that he can serve you at moment'snotice. The> Sperry and Hutthinson Company Allen and.Le Satton. On I I"ry I M1H onfly. 21 at'JI1cIdJeburr4 ,,I| n enuan-011' Catch. and
Tuesday, PHONE PhOne BP'2-5723 ", i Cleam
May 23. John ADen : 'em-We'11
And __ 'em
as your friend and neighbor he 8801 Florida! Avenue.Tampa! Florida .
will I i i Rt
serv ,-tmd xm Tuesday; cASBorrLEDk 21 Between Keystone
helps you in other ways, too. Whatever you May 30, DavId r Schaeffer. WO:4:310i i"\ MILLWORK, I{ Heights & Mefrose.*
decide to do yourself, paint, repair a lamp, S1NQJ. -' '

;clean the piping shingle the roof,he's ready 4 4*American Way of Thrift, [be, This Altar'Sunday Society Hay 21 Sunday, nrfll, : -;i:.-: : ? ysoe. Gas Co. i -'S Keystone\ :,WELL DRILLING -

with sound advice for )'ou. And they, and'alT the' other '- -* ;--4 *- Millwork Shop
: Distributed I I WELLPU5IPS
f- :. And how rewarding for you if your hard CEN J "3* women of ther church wm 4p Olfks mni School Supplies I CABINETS DOORS -

t" .,.Jarc: dealer gives ,youS&H Green Stamp -STAMPS to 'Holy COmm'& D' together]. ti"'t* tX; a .' : tBRADFORll '. .. .PHONE 4251 I WINDOW FE AMES: .i. SERVICE:
: .' .. Starti g at 8:20 a. II!.. the Rosary
.. -' .!."-<..: iHS>be. recited In unison CormtTELEGKAFH.!F Franchised Distributor ofx MATHEWS
.i. I A picnic is planned for the ,.t4:4JUp %, Off- \ I Sash Made To Order S Wejl}t Drilling! '
teen-age '
group on June 4.,, SAF-CSAS i Keystone Heights MELROSB GR 6-5101


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in Miami for several months, is .
\ r back nome for an extended visit. ,:4 xsrc{, .. 916E.. .' \ '. ;.

. Saturday dinner guests at the .. .." .
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home of Mr. and(; Mrs. Carl Jones > .

i k were her daughter, Mrs. Irma -" 3Ca t'.", CTN. e !i3! ov3loa FocdFa'v; of Piulx'elphla, I Lk
R Cain and Richard Cain of Gra- Stoel, Inc Pennsy yar.a ] ;'' '
ham, Robert Cain of Gainesville, -I'b h. I I I r II i i''' f
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i." Leslie Cain of Hampton, Stanley .. .*'E :c..' ., "
Jones, John Ward, and James : :' -...o.
Starling of near Keystone. :Lh. ; ," \ -
Boneless CHUCK ROAST ... > :
!Mr. ond Mrs. Walker Vice has ;

been few days'in Birmingham visit. They were Ala.expected for a- Boneless CROSS RIB ROAST Lh. r fi C BONELESS. CHUCK.Lh.. 69 r LAD> ra.'R: PFC M7r -1AElfi r11, .!

to return home Thursday but fel'
we had word from :Mr. Vice that RIB ROAST or STEAKS' .LD. PLATE STEW L1>. 25

his wife is in the hospital. .
Mrs. L. E. Ratliff (was sur- Boneless CHUCK CUBES, Lb. Ud SHORT RIBS I .Lh. 39 A- Eat

prised last week by a visit from .
one of her :favorite school teach-

ers of 40 years ago, Mrs. Lando
Maines of Gainesville, and her > 'LAbv FAIR'RFC C\ ,

husband. They also visited other Fresh Florida Grade UA" Stewing .
friends in Graham. :: C
Clarence"Yrazier is a patient in ; 1 S 49c

Bradford County HospitalThe (Whole) PIES sIZE
WMU meeting at the ,.

church Tuesday night was well LD
attended. Refreshments were
ra I'r Ial
served by,pie social director, Mrs. MEN'S DAN RIVER- 01 d X11-r P 1 P/f 11
Tom Lefevers. The next meeting SHORT SLEEVE SP RTSHIRTS
is scheduled for May 23. .
Mrs. Berry Dyal's brother Lon- 11 DORADO SLICED BREAKFAST BACON LB

nie Goodge, of Starke, is on the CHAN1VI1HGR
sick list in Bradford County Hospital '?WI4,; 1 EEN STe AMP S r.
PORK : aaDER i
Arnold Wasdin and family, and ; ".Boneless $1179 P + Ii N 1111E '
Bobbie Wasdin and family :were .. AGDREss .
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Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs.Hath .r Ma r 1, 1981 ,' Q1i

Wasdin. ;, of 1 .
!Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Frazier of "

Alabama .were visiting :Mr. and :..1y... .3 eefll rI
Mrs. C. J. Frazier last week. sllf s Tt!ttfr

Colen Ratliff Jr. of Gainesvillewas
the weekend guest of his Y 1

grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. }
E. Ratliff.

Miss Sharon Cain spent the

\weekend in Tallahassee (with I

friends. .
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Little John. and -Jack Lefevers 1j'Iff
twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Tom

Lefevers, celebrated their second .......n......... ,. .,.. -,
birthday anniversary with a party I' ... /
last Thursday*" afternoon. Thir- :.:'
teen children and seven grownups ffJ I
enjoyed this event. YS x r

Miss Jane Adams of Branfordis ,GREEN STAMPS 1 _

visiting Miss Judy *Broughtonfor .'"
a few days.
Mrs. Mildred Graham of Miami 50 .I 1

was visiting in our section last try 75MERCHANTS

H. C. Surrency of Gainesvillewas .
the weekend guest of his parents THREE PKGS FYNE BAKE FIVE 6 DZ CANS F.F.-'

1 Mr. and Mrs. John Surreney. CAKE MIXES ORANGE JUICEStl
Mr. and Mrs.:: Leon Ellingtonand I THIS COUPON EXPIRES THIS COUPON EXPIRES FARMER CRAY SKINLESS Mild Longhorn ; I 1ect. "'h1t I MAY 21. 1961 ms'sI l. MAY 21. 1961 >R 'A
daughters of Starke visited izbz-QA* I. 49c I 69c
Mrs. Ellington's parents, Mr. and CODE LC TAU CCDC LC nib FRANKS PKG CHEESE Lb' SHRIMP Lb

Mrs. George Rivers, last Sunday. y -w v.tJ-m-trIw
There was a good attendanceat TwscOtioHwolTllt > 1.77.. WOt ,acoIFolt. =1
the Baptist Church last Sundayfor Lyke'sVIENNA SAUSAGE 6c sIOo'
Sunday School and Mother's _

presented to each of the following: THE PURCHASE DF TWO .v WITH THE PURCHASE OF WITH TH: PURCHASE: OF Our Leader .COTTON MOPS VALUE 39cSPcaAI

present: Mrs. Catherine Dyal, ,' FYNE SUDS FYNE SUDS COOKIES Ir343

the MAY 21.1961 Slra MAY 21, 1961 3 isFAl MAY 21.-1961 ItBSBftCOOCL CANS '
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spent the weekend with their WITH THE PURCHASE!; OF !> WITH THE PURCHASE: OF V/ITM THt PURCHASE OF t 'HI
j grandparents. TWO 10 OZ PKGS F.F. i-fj TWO 300 CAN3 FYNE TASTE CUT TWO 10 OZ PKCS F.F. ,

Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fordhook Limas ASPARAGUSTHIS Broccoli Spaars

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Meyton of Jacksonville were Moth- PRUNE JUICE DRY MILK I, Ij I
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confined to their home with
measles this week.Mrs. .
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father J. D. Clark,, in Madison PAS MAY 21. 1961MERCHANTS sum's 1003 MAY 21. 1961 SEi1E1'f Il101 MAY 21.196' SLT'SIA3

I, Wednesday.At Flower Community Show Club .T '. IIa f STOSIS i CHARCOAL B'RIQUETS 20 lbs. 98

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the State Prison will sponsor their .
first annual flower show, presented 25 25 _

the Community Club Friday. May rod ORDER : :
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KEYSTONEi won by Mc- I i
NEWS OF INTEREST; the summef. will be made ..during the'crowned "Baby Qu $n" of New
HAMPTONBy Cullough, Annette Padgett Mary :'JTQ COLOREDCITIZENS !
Tyre, Greta Bowen CHURCH NEWS .* evening: ,.worship hour. Junior''Hope. Sister. John Diggs is doing
Faye and Lucille '
-f1.Gi3 LIGHT I 3Irs. 'Vickery.. Refreshments 'ofcake ..OF !BRADFORD COUNTY I Mt. Nejto'Baptist Church Rev. I Church at ,5 p. nu Monday; Girl fine, visIt her.:--Otennls SOIroft 1 .
E. Hill and punch were served to B. Q. Burgman pastor will hold ,Scouts will meet 50 Tli rS. 3 p. m.i I,, reporter, _i .,
4kSAAAAAA&kAAAAkkAAAAContinued. ........ .... .!..AAA the 13 present. By Ozora SheU regular service on Sunday .)tart1n i jrpQra 23 RJE.'Plt.ase 1emeu.'ber all i|' Pleasant 'prftve_ thcdist

[ < From Page Eight] 4-li Girls Mark Year-End Hampton Baptist Girls &AAAAAA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAjA.. a LLAA A A AAAAAAAAAAAA A with Sunday School at' 9:30-a. m.I sick and. shut-in members.-E. J.1:Church, Rev. L. H. McClendon

With Cook-Out Observe Focus Week Supt. Ruth.Sa ders in charge; U Givens,..reporter. ,I pastor. will hold regular services
COMMUNITY CHURCH Party The Girl's of Marriage Announcement. : I her"certification "hi'music educa-t j a. m. morning service; 7:30 p. m.!' New Pisjtafa A. M. E. Church, ,{,Starting with Ohurcji. $chQ9icupt.Leo .
4-H Club Hamp-
tsrO 'HEIGHTS girls from Hampton j ton Baptist Church is Mrs. Lonnie 'M e"Spearl" i n of i Otton ttiis: summer at B<'thuneCookman -t| (evening-service.( -Music will be furnished Rev. J. A. Grimm age pastor, will '; DeSue in charge. Leis genie
Dr., A. 'C. Holt Elementary School held a "conkout" -1 i marking Bunnell is pleased to announce!!! College 'DaVtona'.Beach.'Mrs. .I h ,
Minister ,
.4. GA Focus : by hoir No.-1. During the continue Revival through Sunday.out and begin our Sunday School
Week; 14-20
with '
May '
Jtttt.'J. L. Hetherington Friday May 12 after school j j the engagement arid,appfoac.hJtag' W. M. Randolph, teaher: of(h I the
at the 'j several events at the church for i evening worship hour Holy with Rev. Boykins pieachlng. We earlier so wp can have a lo&gcr
Hampton Baptist Church, I marriage of her daughter ;bof.o- '
Orranlst and Choir Director. the' 'Intermediate and : 'special'education" serves 'as acQjnjianist. I ore! Lee,study period for -teaching and

Sunday School, 9:30: a. m. Morn- work.to wind-up their year of club groups., Junior thy, .to ,Jessie J. Moore Jr. Commencement, exercises -I I by the pastor and officers. Re-I jand members of Antioch Baptist learning from the lesson; 11:10

Ink.Worship.. 11:00: 'a. mH Miss I A ss'D. B. Spearmon..rtLaWI'tey.'M will be. held Friday,.May 26 i member all our"sick and shut-in:I for the fine services conducted; on a. morning worship; 5:30p. m.
mother-daughter tea i
home demonstration Dorothy Ross county!i afternoon at the church for Sunday moth- ance are teachers at C. C.; : in.the school auditorium at 8 p. m.! members that include: Sister Jan-'Moths's: Day at Our church.; Sis. Youth Program iith Grace DeSue

FIRST' BAPTIST CHURCH charge of agent, was in j era day honored the mothers of ron Jr. High, Lawtey." She"is. a The' speaker will be Mrs. BriflaThomas. i ie S. Mitchell and Bro;John Clark. ,M. Albet, reporting. I|in charge; 6:30,: p. m.\ evening worship -

KEYSTONE 9J. HEIGHts outdoor party.arrangements Thirteen for the i I!the GA meiribers. A church historical graduate of Carver i1gt'ixnne'll ''School, Mrs" .Thomas'. is cunently' .' I 1 -annie Mae Bloo ke. reporter. !! Bfihjehfm Freewill Baptist!1 with the pastor in charge. We
present B with' -honors'the ieacher
I' I high a in Edward Waters Col- Mt. Moriah ) Methodist Church ''' all the ,wonderful tributes
i Church appreciate
R. : scrapbook, Rev. L.
'Smith pastor, Ralph for games, and cooking the a project of the field"of McKay pastor.
] physical 1 education; B. 'S. : \1j g but has sjerved as a principal,I Rev. L. H. McClendon held services''We git en to mothers during the
Copeland!, Minister hot-dog (itermediate gi-bup- and oJJher deeply appreciate the visit
of supper.
Music and
:, degree with"a
Church organist \ MU Hears Program GA information were on display. I I''education i I. major physical supervisor,and teacher in the pub! i oschools n Sunday starting with Church' j from St. James Freewill Baptist ofI:.. program and observance Ias4 SUn-
I from Florida Normal 1iXid ,of Georgia and Florida..1 School at :10 Supt.. Robert j t I day. Many thanks'to members and
a. m.,
Serves: Sunday School 945t.m..Morhing On African Mission Work Refreshments of tea punch and iLake Butler in the interest of the,
: : Hampton cookies, and bouquets of flowers A Industrial Memorial College,I She Is,, an ,viuent< speaker and I Dell in charge; 11 a. m. Love !I Home Mission Society on Women':j:friends for making the rally a
Worship 10:50: a. Baptist met at I S t. I
Augustine. ,She has taught in will i thrill from start finish. ,
m. ,Training Union, 7:00: m. the home of Mrs. Don Hill on 1 carried out the green, white, and you to I Ispeeches I Feast; 6:30: p. m. Holy Communion. ; Day. They left a donation of $20. grand success. Remember our sick
p. Bradford
County for the two You wilt 'hear the ,
past also declamation
Evening services 8:00: P. m. You Thursday evening May 11, for gold colors of the GAs. I I An inspiring Mother's Day pro- ; Weekly activity Schedule: Mon.!'land shut-In members with pray-
'I GA years. The groom elect, Jessie J. by the valedictorian and ram held honoring all mothers !i iITuesChoir I ers and other expressions.-Gtent -
| was 7:30
ire,Invited to.share family Prayer business meeting, and a missionary presentation, honoring girls p. m., Faithful Few Club:
Jr.. is, a' graduate of RJE salutatorian of the 9th grade class.
time'wit.l} us.8T..ANNE'S., program on West Africa. Mrs. W. who completed forward steps, and the oldest'.church mother.|tis. practice: Wed. Prayer I f t t nis Solomon, reporter.
I with honors! Florida A & M University J. .!. Moore, Jr., is the'cIass adS Lula who :May Day At Lawtey Today
P. McElroy was in charge of the was & part of the prayer meeting : Singleton, was very meeting; Thurs. Home Mission; ,
: service ,and 1 has taught 'in Ocilla: visor; ,C. A. Anderson principal; honored to have her daughter i Thursday May 18, the annual
: EPISCOPALCUUKCfl program assisted by Mrs. Frank Wednesday night. Girls : ,FrL Prayer Band; Sat. I Can Cir- j I
who took Ga. and Lawtey with credit: for D.:,B. Richardson, reporter. home after several months i May Day Activities will be held In
KEYSTONE Clark and Mrs.4C. L. Cooper, Refreshments part'were Bonnie Grif- away cle. All of these activities will begin '
f of apple pie and coffee fis,,Paula; ,McElroy Debbie Hill the 'past three years. He is, :chap Blood ,Donors working on the East Coast of at 7:30: p. m. Selling will con- "Lawtey at C. C. Anderson. High

:,..Sundays.. 9:30: a. m., Church were served at the close of he .. Odessia Jfelton, Sandra Moore, lain l of the BCTA' and' -nember "Good things happen when we Florida. Miss Ethel V. Singletonis tinue in the front of "Son" Fred School. The king and Queen will be

'School. 9:30: a. m., Morning meeting to the eight Donna Rhoden, Sheryl McElroy, of the Army Reserve Corps'with help" ReC Cross slogan. John a faithful member of th?church : William's place each Saturday crowned and win be members of

Prayer Land Sermon list Sunday ent. women pres- Wendy Hill Joyce ,Conklin, Kathy the rank of lieutenant. He is the Clark of Lincoln City is doing fine\ and choir and we are ,plo,'e,than 'leading up 'to Women's Djy. The I the 8th grade, Hiss D.' B. 'SpeAr-

Holy: Communion ]. 6'p ,jn. Episcopal Softball Strikes Out; Conklin, and Clairnell Cooper.Six son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie J. because your blood help to s vehis glad to have her home for the 1 pastor and members of our church ', mon teacher.
: 1 urii'ChUrchmen. Moore, Sr. of Lawtey. The mar- life therefore he wishes to
Beach Trip Cancelled at 'Hampton
Another Try Saturday Intermediates GAs made a summer season., On the 3rd Suii-i j|are extending a cordial and warm I
Holy Days 'Z.;:30 a. m-. Holy trip to the : lag will be solemnized! qn Saturday say"' Blanks 'to: ,Thomas, Albert, '
Softball tryouts for Baptist Historical Library day in June, Mt. Moriah goj|r welcome forYou, to attend our ser- t The beach trip and :outing. planned
C mmnlon. a Hampton. July 1, a't 2:30: in the after- Rufus Riley, Willie Brown. Leroy I
softball team drew i at Stetson University in De- Pleasant "Grove fn Wateroak arid I i!vices throughout the week and I I for the people of Hnmpton
Third Wednesday a blank, last I! noon in St. James Baptist'Church, Long, and junior Perry. He spent :
Parish Saturday, when i I landon, ,Saturday, accompabied by : render: service at 11 a. M in observance -; Sunday.-Mary McBride, reporter.I'and Keyst.one"Hefg 1ts on May 20
Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30P. : no players of any their counselor Mrs. Bunnejl.. The vows will be lead by veral dais in Alachua County I
D. E. ofthe annual Men's DyrogramThe
age turned out j! New Hope 'Baptist Church, must be cancelled due to the illness
according to Don Rev'i I ,
.. m. the uncle of .the bride- lee General Is
Rev. Hospital but now at
Hill, local representative of the,: ; Milton :Mosher is counselorof : p Gospel Echoes, featuring I j JL.! W. Mosley,pastor, will hold of the tea. her. We hope she
The :'Rev Nathaniel Stafford, Of 'St. Augu- the road to .special'ih I
Millard. H. Breyfogle. county recreation board. the Junior GAs. recovery. Mrs. Inez.Bivens, will, prej J j U'ular I Sunday School at 10 a. m. I!' will be able.. to return. to, school
Vicar. Twenty-two RA from the stine. The bridal party will in- nks for the visits, prayers flowers fourth 1 1i 'I I'
boys sent Feast" the
"Song on would
i a wIth Supt. 'John Diggs Jr. in i r soon. Persons who Ske to
Another. ,
tryout will be held at elude: Miss Rosa Lee Moore sister cards and other donations. The
'4ViY4rvvyyyyyyyyyy' the school Hampton Baptist Church attended I i Sunday night in an after-service. i i iDon't charge; Mrs. Evelyn Johnson, sec- join the Thurston Schdbl roap
playground this Saturday of the-groom-elect; Miss Charlie m members' the Clark family I '
an,RA Congress at the First pray .
Bap- forget that our district conference retary. Don't forget the baty contest may contact: Mrs. s'C.. Price' in
afternoon with a call out, tist Church in Jacksonville Mae Wright of Miami classmate that God will continue to bless all '
last '
MELROSE for 1 will, be held in Waldo at 3 now;; progress sponsored by Lincoln City at once. Staff report-!
jn .
"hopefuls" of '
any age who Accompanying of the brideelect; Miss Juan- of you. Jerry Clark,'reporting. I t
Friday evening.
m. Sunday afternoon. All members -
p. Mrs. Leola Morris and otheis. Help ; er.
might be interested in playingsoftball. i ita Williams life-long friend of Fiesta Social Club ..
&A&. AA4... ...A.FaIth' them on the trip were Raleigh are. asked to attend. Harry' : 1
Equipment was purchased Brannen, C. L. Cooper and W. P. Bunnell will 'be maid, of honor; The Fiesta Social Saving "Club Young, La leader reportin I A -, f- '.. .,. I
Pmbyterlaa for Hampton by the county recreation McElroy, pastor. ..and Mrs. M.!'W. Turner, teacher' h ld', a "successful spring dance at I I! Church Of God, In Christ, Ehierl I Attention Livestock !

Church, MelreM board,'about three years ago,, Mothers' Day Observance of Anderson'jr. High and young KellyY Nite- Limit recently in A. R. Williams pastor will hold Producers

Sunday Including softballs, bats and i Honors Four Outstanding ala tron of Gainesville will be a part Lawtey. President Clarence willjj I(i regular pastoral services on Sun- I

..ia a.m. 'eic-ciu.MOrnln* Worshio.ScHool, gloves, and has been used only Corsages were presented to sev- of this gala wed: 'di ng. Mr. Moore announce a called meeting before (day starting with Church Schoolat If you have hogs or ,

13a intermittently. If a team were or- eral mothers ,at services at Hampton has.not released the names of his the1 regular meeting this month. I cattle to sell now or'in
Hall in
m. Rev, 'Jam** R.N ale Jr., ganized not : 10 a. m. Supt. charge; !;
pas only would the equipment Church ushers arid best The bride- ll members will
tor. be Baptist Sunday morning man. be notified; by : 11 a. m. morning service; (0:30;: p. i the future please con-
more often used, but May 14. elect will be given in marriage! by t the president or'some official. Alljj j!
tact of the buyers w'
Work- one
games might be scheduled mew Young People's Willing I ____________
with Mrs. Tom Paladino received the her mother. They will reside! ,in n : members and other persons ; with at Copeland Sausage t J
TRINITY" EPIRTOPAL other teams. I iers i ( will present a program
for the I Lawtey in their jiew home. now wishing to join must I I
corsage being youngest pay your Sis. Mable Hamilton in charge; 8 |, Company and give them
_ _
f cUi'itt'u. BIFLROSE The invitation for organizing a mother present; Irs.amie i f.under construction. We wish for joining fee by the fourth Saturday We invite "
p. m. evening an opportunity to buy '
Sunday team includes anyone in the Hamp. Mead for being the oldest mother],this couple nothing out success on .night in May.-p. Cummings re all members and friends to come t ,
:- i. tn.. Church
ton area, :Mr. Hill said and not; present; Mrs. Milton Mosher for I, the sea of .matl'nUony.-staff re- porter. I your livestock. --
School : i
: "11:15: ajn.. Morning Pray. I. out and be with us throughout the
just those within the city. All are being the mother with the most i porter. *! a*& Sermon (iftrst day and take an active part in the COPELAND, OFFERS YQU
Holy Communion). 6 p.m. Sunday Episco-,I encouraged to be at the school t I children present; and Mrs. Mar- Thurston School News I The Carnation Social Saving I seivice. Let us make this,pogram :|

pa),':ypung Churchmen. playground Also at 2 p. m. Saturday. tin Mosher for the most grand- The Spelling Bee held at the Club will hold its anniversary j just what we would like it to be. 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!

working with Mr. Hill in organizing children present. school on Monday was very suc- celebration on Sunday, May 28, 3 !
,.. weekly
-Holy Days ;, lo a. m., Holy! Please observe the following -
Communion. a team is Floyd Smith. PersonalsMr. cessful. Winners in the second, p. m. at New' Bethel Baptist: schedule: Tues. night, Bible 1. Cash market every day.

:The ,nevI Millard Leonard T. MeltonTo : and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworthspent grade were: Barbara 'Jean Hudson (Church A. B., Vinson pastor. The. in:
H. Band, Mother Lizzie Hall
.Vt u. Receive B. D. Degree Sunday in Bunnell with Mr. Velma Lee World. and Mary" Lou-. I|I I anniversary sermon will be delivered charge; Thurs. night, Home Mission -I 2. No commission. .

t. Leonard T. Melton, son of Mr. and ,Mrs. Thomas Wadsworth and L i jlse Hill. Each girl will receive a I by Rev. Williams of Gainesville. I. Mother Minnie Prinjle in I 3. Special consideration given to meat

FIRST 'METHODIST and Mrs. Lonnie Melton of Hampton family. I useful gift before the close of W Brooks, president is asking all i Fri. meetirg and .
CHURCH I l charge; Prayer
MELROSE I will be graduated with a : J. .J. Brannenspent* last weel: !' school for spelling mastery. A members to be present in lull attire Tarry services. We are no, just type hogs

j Bachelor of Divinity degree at in Lakeland' ,with 'his son' and family bountiful fried chicken supper I not later than 2:45: p. m. Aj J I asking mothers to send! their children 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient--

I Sunday, 8:43: oaf m-. Church New Orleans Baptist Theological I the Dennis Brannena. was served after the performance. special program is being prepared, 1.I to Sunday School and Youth .

.School ,for all ages.! 11 .a. m... Seminary in New Orleans, La.: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hart of All members. of the PTA,_ visitorsand ,,refreshments: will be served and a activities but both parents, please quantities.
Morning >4his WoSh34:3O %'n., far '1 /rie.nds.,enjoyed.. ( prize given bring them. If there"was .:ver'a
Youth FeiloWa1 .- Mr. and 'Mrs. Lonnie Melton daith'1Ir.. and Mrs. K. B. Wat- supper.;.Special thanks to Mrs. S. club having the largest number in' time that we need to stress "Moral I CALL COLLECT HO 2-3QJ1

Wednesday 7:30: :p. m.. Bible and Mr. anc rl's. Clarence Melton terson., and all went on a fishing I f.C. Price .principal ,Mrs. Louila. i attendance-ON TIME! This 'mat Spiritual Values," it is NOW!

Study and l Prayer Meeting, left Wednesday to attend 'the: I i trip to Ft. Harley. I Brown,"president of the PTA and I ter of being on time is important; ; -Sis C. B. 'Samuels, reporter. S CLAUDE PHILLIPS 0 THEKON HUDSON.

R'!., Ted Springer Pastor, commencement exercises,.and also I I Mrs. T. F. Brown.and Mn. and I!Mesdames Bertis Robinson ,- nd'I 1 because there will not be are-I 1 0 PRESTON POLF

-4.- : a teas honoring the, parents'.of the :;1 i 1IsH.\ L. Ownbey, of Keystone Clemmer BrYant for "wonderful} ,*count at the:'end of the pr gram.A. .- I' AUrn Chapel A. M. E. Church

j I I graduates. Mr. Melton was one,;;!: Heights spent :Toothers Day in i l I assistant in food preparation.. R. Jenkins, reporter. Rev. L. A. Sampson, will observe

,THE, RIUHT POINT for the| of five Floridians to receive de I Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. i Don't-forget-our,final schooLclos-'I 1 Pre-School Closing Set regular pastoral day starting with Copel@Qd

way.:you 1riit I Frank Grown. i 1 Ttie, children Sunday School at 10 'a. m., Supt.
at d'Zoo'
Come in and se- : grees the,., college this year. ing acthity.a a trip'| little of Kiddie: ,
lecl' ,your, 'favorite. ESTERBROOK. i Mrs. MfCullongh Hostess Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne and I Saturday. May 20. Buses, {friU-fedveh'K ollege Kindergarten will hold ; Fannie B. Frazier in,charge; 11 a. .. f; ,'
4 FOI1 tllnPtD. 1 For Stanley Party Tues.Mrs. :Mrs. J., H. :\ICAI !iIY..and Billy, the school at. 8,a. m. and will stop,f l their> school closing prog'am at I IAllen i
,TELEGRAPH. Lester McCullough "waft .I.Hprne drove, to Kew Por.t Richey at the Jacksonville Zoo, then: pro-L I I Chapel A. M. E. Church, I I ing worship. All leaders are asked-I ...-- 1 .J P/" _..

; .'" hostess for a 'stanley party a t, Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. ceed to Little Talbot Island' and I j]Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor Monday '
(' t I I C, Williams and family. Mr. spend the rest of the day on then 29 8 p. m. According to Mrs. I ...
% l.i I I 1 I IDpndab1e I Horne made the ;'trip to" Atlantic Ocean- You cannot afford,:Bessie. Lee, .teacher, the. program .:v,9. '
II 1 i S d'\vith. IPs.*Richard &Home-I miss ,this trip so plannQT. at. will'begin.on time' so all' parents]i : ; :"- '.:

daughter who were also visitingthe tend.-S. C. Price teacher. are asked to have ,the tiny tots in I Iplace

'1\ Williams family, returning to RJE In The. News, :. ] by 7:30: p. m. The* 'address j .rth1 S thISA1't

I I, .Hampton Monday night.: During March and April we will-,.be delivered by Mrs. M. J. ::0r .

Mr.and Mrs. E. Brown spent .were privileged! to .have. twp, Jn-. Whlt ',:6th grade, teacher- RJE. t /4' e 4

fJl bil : Sunday at Earleton with Mrs. ternes from Florida: A&M Univer Mrs. White is the former Maurice : C ,- ',:,fr/' :-A"'e -':,. I -' 44V

"J Brown's mother Mrs. Ida Parnsh. sity. We wish to thank the persons 'Jenkins daughter of retired I ( ,le a''j ;- y4 I 1

...- RJ.tL Mrs: P. H. Lott, Miss Brenda in the community-, RJE "School,. teacher and principal A..0Jen-

",, ', Lots and C.: W. Slade drove to i)\I faculty and student body for, receiving kins.' She holds a master of i,

I It Stewart, Miss. Friday ,to spend I r "them so warmly and giv science in education from FloridaA i

: the.Mother's Day w ekend. ing such wonderful: 'corporation. .& M University and is :married'

Economical; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sxn q therland'were -I l'Special .thanks' are .extended to 'to.McCoy White, teacher of agriculture -

pH9jp7wo 4-1301 MGHT wo 4.2411 Saturday supper guests personnel Chandler's Teachers and science at W, E. Harris -
I with their aon-in-law": daughter L- Cottage ,lor.; "kick-off: ;* party; Mr.and Vocational High.School, Hast

CITJT OP.STARKE GAS, UTILITIES DEPT. I II Mr. ,and Mrs. Lester, M iJ I- Mrs. Elmer'R. Shell, for a dinner ings.I The McCoy Whites are the

lough family. party;' Rev. and Mrs. Levy proud parents of. two sons. Mrs.j

\' I.' Lennon for a dinner; Mrs. Sophia: White is a very good speaker and I I
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L' Royal for'a dinner and serving as will bring a message of inspirationto __

house*,:mother for' Miss Yvonne each of you. Plan now to attend '_". .; _. '___ '; _ ,, '
: ) \, 1A!! la RET0fl'1 Robinson and Arthur Luse;' Mrs. and enjoy the least of the

.. ; O color W.; RJE George elementary lor1 photographs facvlty: for in school community.closing activities in the

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n donation gifts 9th grade class Educational Tour
I gonafionU for .a,.surprise farewell] The 10th grade, classes taughtby
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y party and 5th and 6th grade do, E. R. Shell and,I. B. Harvey
Mack's Body, Shop Ed Prevatt's, Garage Starke ,Recap Co. nations. This educational experience -' will journey to Lake Wales on Saturday -

RADIAToR ERMCE Pappy Roulston,' Owner: Mgj.. represented total cooperation '- May 20. The bus will leave ,

bODY FUVDER. REPAIRS' i New Core -Eoddiag- FluAhlng ,Recapping for jOa rS itTrucksOXE from the office pf.ths prin RJE at 6 a.m. all member of the Ly :::'.' 44 (

COLLISION SERVICE Crank Shaft'Grinding DAY SERVICE cipal to the incinerator of the jan class and ,guests are asked to be 4' ..4's' ..: ,, <,,;- .,..- -' S
:PaInUngMatchthg: Lawn Mower Motors Repaired NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS itor.-S. D. Williams and ,Hard- on the bus by 5:50: a. m. Educational i-c ,- -: '-' '

FREE ESTIMATES So. :Walnut. WO 4-3861,,WO 4-6584 AUTO-LITE' BATTERIES rick Taylor Directing Teachers. points of interest to be ;
,2SS X.,Temple Starke WO 9-3405 13 N... Temple Starke WO 4-0221 ,
., _1__ AUTO SERVICE { -...--. I -r----r---------; ii -S Sunday 3 p.; m.'annual sermon '- visited 'are:, Cypress Gardens, Bok! _7 ;
-' CHAIN SAWS to graduating seniors will Singing Tower Spook Hill, ands
AUTOMATIC Dodd'c Service & be given by 'Rev. B:,J.:" Williams hooJS1n.thiS area. Parents wishing -

( TRANSMISSION... .... : I ", Auto Sales" c r rth.TeJ1tpl GAS i, Amoco pastor Church,.0rt Jacksonville.ML. Olive Rer.A. M,and E.: to.' ,go- 'as. chaperones,:' ;.* are inVited it's such a treat to beat the t:!: l

'Tanner's Gulf.Service GENERAL REPAIRING >OULAN'c6.: \ .x SiS Mrs. B. J. TvUliamrare both former Workshop Director
GULF 'PRODUCTS'Complete International: lifetime "Mufflers Completely New-Completely teachers of RJE ,at which Dean McMillan academ'c! dean air condition electrically

FIRESTONE Equipped time Rev. Williams served as the of BethunCooknian College has ,- -! ,.. .

Automatic' Th-atterIes-Access riea. Priced & 'Designed for the Farm effective pastor of Great*:' Allen: recently appointed Ozora,Shell di- fi .-. ..

Service Transmissions and'Ktpairt 528- S. Walnut- .\VO 4-5581; Just $149.85-8 1fe bo all Hakes Chapel A:M. E:,Church. Rev.'Williams ]- reetorfof two workshops for the Plan now for real summer comfort for year family. Enjoy '
1 is dynamic 1961 cool mountain-fresh weather inside your home-no ;- : '-
k hPle'Starkt a speaker s 0don't summer session. Persons Interested crisp, ,
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S I fail to hear him. Commencement in partic Patio 1 n"earn' f' 'matter how hot) and muggy and sticky the air may be' i&'fl'fl.

... 66 N. Temple Starke 'WO 1-2321 Starke 66"' ServiceBill FARM SUPPLIES I! ,will ,be'''held.?. Wednesday, six semester hours of collegecredit outs!& In addition to providing cool comfort, Electric Air ARE ,.,, Ifi, .. :'

AUTO PARTS I ,, Edw nb, -Prop. 'May 24 .at" 8 p. ntfwith the Program *Workshop /'Early Childhood -S. Conditioning filters out irritating dust and pollen, controlshumidity tO WONOERfULMp COOL' to"'CTT.

WE SPECIALIZE IN. BrpwnJee &. Chasteen -presenting the graiuatmB.seniors. : Education": and "Improve ,locks out street noises,makes housekeeping easier, ":''Thei remove tx> stale air I
BRAKE: SERVICEWheel SEEDS -'FEED ::naT Tj RS H. P. Morgan or his ** .
appointee ment of Reading Instruction. The ,and helps prevent mildew caused by excess moisture. -draw.ifdeantfresh; air.Uffi .
StarkelVfdibrParts : Balancing & Alignment Insecticides Crates and Plants will award 'the diplomas. director! ,has had: experience in !

'Co. Inc. 617 N.. Temple.Starke,.\'4-8881 'Your' Friendly Farti1.Supp1. fito i Eddie Thompkins, pri11Cip,.L' each: of these areas as a teacher For complete comfort-summer and winter-investigate : -
W''' "Yonr Friendly I Andersen Jr. High Keynotes .. <':and student at Florida ,AM ,University : year-rowul Electric Air Conditioning. (

Your Local:, r. Gilbert : ,S.. Brown, Farm Supply Store" The music department-;widE r The be offered .;:-t f
;' NAPA : fI .. I : workshops win \Vhy delay when happier, healthier living for jour entire .
M, Jobber! For' '. StaodaW'dif Service Station Cor. -10th Si Cherry.q Starket! -14STNTLDING t the direction' .ol Mrs. Z.'P. Jennings consecutively and not con family costs so little? Sunshine Service Electricity is now a 4r 4& a"
*1. 1 : ATLAS -I.- I held'their..annual 7
u. banquet .
Cor., Bl'OClark. -GARAGE k currently lasting three weeks ;,'; bigger bargain than ever. Buy Electric Air Conditioning on ,
Phone; WO 4-0801) 4-0811) TIRES & BATTERIES on Tuesday..A..delicious menu was each. The program will begin on: -- the."Whole House" or the "Add-a-Room-a-Year" plan. See III HI

: Budget Tema- itoad Service served a spicey!. program. For June: T2 arid continue lor sixweeks )
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AUTO REPAIRS. 'f Thomas Welding ; electric appliance dealer today,'
407 N. StarkeWO the second consecutive this : jour
Temple 4-7071 : year For further information .
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Garage choir has sung'at Stephen Foster write: P!. Richard V. Moore, .

Earl's Garage J., B. Wright k Etectrie and Acetylene \jejun Memorial Festival in May and has PresidenrBethune-Cookmaii College -

t-, SINCL1R smtVlCE STATION. JEEP H'Et1wt' .. participated in,,the: district ,, and Daytona Beach or Dean McMillan >/k; 1tJtfaid); tl.f.rJJJJ.l.fJ.L '

j' AUDs '1, ti :A 1 to: Service < Ban.elder11I Travel! stat&lfestival for many additional director of the Summer ; :

AUTO *'4 ":ORK'I BflHe-Ach3br1ea I Sales '& Service-Work* Guarantied i iJilteST yearsV Hats: off to the 'feed tr Session. Supervisor Shell will re-I ,
All 'ffo Guarariteed ) i-41&t4Th '1r.. r singers for RJE. W r* la"i''Mrs.Florence: LIGHT" 'fe ", U A ft. Vv.
_: W flj c l1t.,,,.. p1et. ,,J Jj i "lf ; : D; L. Small.I LOatOA POWER ..
So.Valaut rk''WD 54i ta ?;& WO-:2501 Mrs. Jennings chairman 1I11.1If1 aeno FjORIbI I '. ... .... .
9-286 A 2-3775 I I : isjloing of tbe, Division ol Education .. ." '. '
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a'horculean job. She will complete who will be on leave o! ab ',-. .'. .. .. .' ,'_ ', .-" 0---'- -,,-, ',. '__ ._'"..., -'-'. ....-.. .-
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.. :MAY 18, 1961 'x. Jt ...;BRADFORD COfESTT.TELEGRAPH, STARKER')FLORIDA ff ..yo. .z __ .... ........ f' I" 'ft"r .!. fAin; Q.t;"

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'Garvey; Leaton ,riora auJr., Z.f t-- .. I; i : Hayes SIb Wely __ .

f Hamiltoni J. B. White,' and Lots 8 &;-9 'of'Ftk CLots 637' to % See line. .

Smith. in Blandin& SD S n.John Jr. 8..3 S .13.8 to TOB 526 22 Fred Cur: ,Jon?' fli Ai.5
Shi 1. 3 of .Blk 18 .
National winner'Will' she ,Ex W : ft'& Ex' Com' at S E Cor of. 'c. itaNE
1 : colored .N 33 ft -of Lot' IIn '. ..,. '&. X 44 Dg W :" j I .. :J

at the; seven' regular area Org[ Town or 56.02 for POB,;X '-':-..a .

CHURCHNEW9 meetings of. the 'National -Association 'Starke' .1 ." '. .Call Rlteh 33.4 44 Dg WSTI.Vr..". -tJ' t. ..v ". ,\t
Our Soil 0 Our Lot '., : .i '' + r X, 49Dg E 150', -_. ; .
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Strength o.f' Blk % -
Conservation bls- 11l' L. ,' :. : X .. ... cs .
.of. Son .T 1' Cos -". Lnnventa' 40 Dg W 300' to '. z. ._ ...r ;.
;: SiD : :; ; Robin 2.5 S "
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| tricts. Plaques wflt be"- awarded Lot' 2 of Blk 12 In L >;',; '"'.' : '<. : 4'3 = 'on /\ I22J8T E" : :. C't -r. ,
1o L..Cb8.SDr.. i 2::':(; : : W' USE T c t S -"
atState., Convention to the first :: ? J. Robinson. 311.5', S ti21.i5' to ;.; :
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Soil Conservation I 381t ot Lot J of --'_ '";. '. ; ..t'Etlk F/eg. 3! 622 D' L Thomas :. '
At The TabernacleMother's 1I 1! FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I and second place winning districts. 15 is 1;; '1"i' :s.: .f!' .i .. t. ; t 1 ._ ; y1Dg
: SID : rl': '! Enoeh Lots 5' thrV rt '.H t? i : J
,I Waterson used the Dis- tiC0 ti : TTsnn\ U 6f .* '
LawteyA. N-E-W-S I ft: oL Let 4. 0 f ..... '" .;f!...... .;"'. ...-. ... ,"",.. .. .. ,. Elk 5 in E" _: ..
Day was observed at( E. Massey, Factor r trict''graiis drill to plant Pensa Blk t 8 In. L 'Z> &; ;t.i.< '' .': .. . .._ H ayes S/D &; E 4 .. b..!. .
cots Bahia his.farm in the COli SID : '11'atkin. a.3 6 of Magnolia St Adj -
the Gospel Tabernacle with appropriate By BUI Haas on Bay- ,t'i'; f.= i .5Alberta ,
Bible '1\ % of will 1. 2" or Ex R/W D-. L Thomas r'. JUt .
: school 10 less .'
ar-I a ra. Highway .- *
i songs and flower RUe %3 I;; Wli. nor :: -Lot as Desc.. In .. .. .
rangements. Preaching. 11 ,a. m. Bradford Soil Conservation District Lots'1 '2 et' B1k 24 '1. Yih: '" t. : DB 90-116 32'" i'' 2st;} :; Robert & Thelma' Gre.n' .n i;

has entered the' ..... In L T & Cos /fl. .. lILywbod: 'Eroeke- \1.27 .
Evenxig' Service 7:30: m. national e Lot in NE Cot of ; .;. l
During the afternoon a baptismal Bfejle p. : Soil Conservation Awards W% 'OC Lou 3 & 4 ,1. ,it!,:": .: 1 t: .. r.nt Bfl".- P'tt- :- t **t ,. .'". I'. ," .'-, i I.
Study and Prayer Meeting program >
i t iy .i.ii1iy.yy. : ofB1k:7InLT& ; : Of ; SQ In J H Johns t ..
conducted Rev BobBadgett.
-\ was by ; sponsored by The Cve ..'' ", 0 McDaniel[ .55 !
7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Goodyear Tire SID : Frances Sloenm SDI :. James #
of the First Christian ':: : '; .
pastor & Rubber Company of Akron.I/ < : Williams 3.55 Lot In NW Cor of i
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Church, for two of his mem- j Lot'Z of Elk 32: In L ; .. < ; Lot 2 of. Blk 5 rUB .' i,

bers. I j BOATDCAIN, BAPTIST CHURCH "Ohio it was announced today by I By Sirs. Gordon Janes. 'r & Cos1i .._ = .., ..,- },. i Walter... 'Cnmmtnga %.5i -E 220'* S, 11... :-. .' ? r. T '.- ** t
Chairman : W 220:!
Ii District Sam'McGarveyof iI I II Let 3 &x'25 n of' ;. X 110' To ..r.. \
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I i Sunday School 10 a. m Mornings Lawtey. I AAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAj .. Lot 4 of Blk'U inT,1' ) -: e .POP of : .;... r ..., .' .Elmer. ... B Thomas. I

Methodist Church \ Worship 11 a. m. Training Members of Bradford District Mr. Cos SIP' .. .' ::.Emma. .. Hughes- Est 1.3 g "CF't 300'Lot ;..,11'EE NI' off .. .,. : .' .Ha.rtle' .' ,"
I and Mrs.Mlnza, PA.M; 01t Lat 1 of Elk 48.in L : '4"'i., :;' : ; :: : .. O\ x. '" I
Union 6:30: ... '. : R/W 38"-- 6' '28'.5.H L q .. i ss ,
p. m. Evening Worship will compete against other soil Lakeland, Air.' and Mrs. Edward -tT L Pas RDr: '!' ;; ; ; JAM H Hicks ,. lS.n : ,
Lots of Blk .' .. ... .. 4 of Blk 5 In.' )'t' > '
Schedule for the, week of May s ?:30 p. m. conservation districts in the state. Norman 2 4& in L. .e r : t C T ". .-- "' : '"'
: of and1Ea'rnie 3.01
South Bf'fuiE'tt
nStarke T & Cea '' ; Gate S/D. -F no ald. .
21 (Loyalty or Stewardship. Sunday i Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Non-partisan judging committees I Norman of Ga.nesvi1lewere trans ,\\ ; 0' rat SID.1 of Blk : : .' ..,: :.. -Saute JoefWnlfams .5.14,1 CAM at::N'W-Cdr of f r: '.r r rt T : : .' ... '_ .

): i/7:30: p. mPastor selected from Florida's outstand acting business -Jacksonville 10 k EI :!Q' or Wj ., ; 'h., : .. '. .. .;' .. '. E XEU 840 of a XWJ4!S5' to run S ._"' -. .. ,
1 ot Lot : 'Blk-o.t '1 .: :{ : t. ; .

Sunday-church School .9:45): )! Rev. Barney Sweat. ing exponents of soil' conservation f Saturday morning.. They visited .L T .8: Cnc Add : '. :f.;:; ; ." ..t.. ..,Farm r r S.\Jpply.. _., 31-3 6 Side of Canal for ..'. :! .. _,-... ....... ,., ."... _. ... ;" .. .
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Everyone welcome. T : .' : ."...... -- ...., ". .... :. POB. C V nt S 135- :r. .'..':1 .... u .. .,". I'
a. m. Morning Worship, 11 will determine the -t I t '' & t- .,. .. ... ,
a. m. j state's outstanding Mr. and -Mrs. Garland .Osteen and. .'.' .O: C'-.o'OI'. n-.:', t.' ,' : .::1. : : : f VT'356' to Cana-------. ,, .: :-..,'': !::- :: :; : :..;...:-;:'1'.. ,'" '. .
Snack Supper for MYF 6:30: pJ! district for the period I children. x.; T ..tC OIl Add'. ; Rdwfn[ WSlliama,4.0 I Elr along Canal i '

,jia, Youth Meetings,, p. m.. Evening HIGHLANDi May 1, 1961 to April 30, 1962 on All'of, those who enjoyed Mothers !I;> o T"ants!:!t In'L 13. &,14.o1 1" t'Coa Bllti. t U. .E ..i.. 11 i t '.. 3to POB L" *- .JUI 6I'PZ'f' : :.'.... ;'. .[.eta. .. .1.1'.1IcQu'en. .' ;.88
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Worship 8 p. m. i i j BAPTIST CHURCH a basis of total points scored in Day with M and Mrs. Ed Lotll._Add:>. 6. 1. II. .' 11) : : ., 'Lester: J Prpvutt It.n !';"'.'4 of NW' ;' p ,. ,". .0 .I

f performance "regular district ofE'Ik311nhT: .' run S 506 for ... .t. > = '
ward .
Hour for'j Norman Mr .
Wednesday Story were. ,and airs '" .
Sunday_ School 9:45: < a. m. duties. Coo Add '.1'/ Edwin[ Williams .:.51 POB -S 358', E. ; ,*. ** ".* .,. .. ,
0 Primary Department; 3:30 p. m. ; i Gordon Jonesv and. 'daughters. Mr. ..' ;510.6' to RR non /\\" ',! -.
Morning Worship. 11 a. m and Lot 2 I 3: of Blk 2 .. : ; X W-R/W 358' ... < .. y .

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study (, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Grandaward for one memberof and Mrs. Thurman Jones. and Ex'Rd In Highway' W, 11 S' to FOB 33..6 ; "!! ." 'j'; Eva' Albert 'Harrison ".li9'
G Grepl.40.13. ,
the Addition' Robert .. '
7:30 m. winning district governing sons of Lady Lake and Mr. and '. ; : Tsigat. CoVof- :.r: : j" < \
p. Wednesday 7:30 ; 'I : .
: p. m. Rev. Lots J & : at JJlk 33 .
t i body "hi each of the 52 'competingunits Mrs. Herbert Norman In Peek:. Add' '.' f" 1-.1 ,/'. f'. I. I'hnline Thomas'31.9 0 XWU of NW\J .' -
and children
i Thursday-Prayer Group meets I I George Chlsm pastor.. TUn.'S .. .
Everybody ., 581.5 W' .. .
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In Hall 9:30 :' and the top cooperating of. Oklftwaha. Lots. .. .:3,94:0'-Rik '.'. a ._ .3' ''t't" .' 361.5 X S61.5V;' E ''. i
Fellowship welcome
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farmer or- rancher .named that 'a J 31 '-:hns 3C1.5 'o POB 34 6 !2 2t: JaoanHn A Moorer 34.9
i by Earnie Gainesville '
Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30 Norman of Add 'l4.I!{ JxppMI' Gumbel' 3L1N %_
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; .1 district will be an '. .. .. '_.... .'.. Uerr11,1dvvards .
M. CHRISTIAN CHURCH expense-free and Joe Norman '.of-,Starke- were Beg' t'E 'P;,. o'f tt i' : ; : [ :

vacation .;....' Tax Collector ,. ,
trip to Goodyear's fabulous > I R 1 =
in Tampa Sunday attending the SE'i of NE14 run .. ,i. .' r
Carl Clarke. MinisterI winter resort the WigvamG funeral of Jess Moore. W '35 i tt' R 3t9: n t. '." I.. 8 l'. .,.- :: vto t ; ..-_."_. 1 ;. ;,,zit., ,. ,"S.r. CUr._*, .starke .

Presbyterian Church est ; ,, POP then Iito: t. fI I ,'
i I SUNDAY SERVICES Ranch on Goodyear Farms We are glad to report that S 50 tt W' 130. ft ; 1 .. .. _
j. Litchfield Park Ariz in November : 5' Jt..t POW ". 21! ;;4 .u f' IfoIa .Duckles' ", : I.ow .
390 N. Cherry St. 10:00: a. m. Bible School ; Mrs. Salon has returnedhome NOTICE
Com tXE Cor of _. .
Barry D. MinisterA : or December, 1963. + after several weeks IIP '.. '. .. -. Notice is i
Van Derenter., Bradford S E r F. I: .. hereby given that the f .lioningdescribed' nt's', Will, be
I: Corn. Members of the Bradford Soil County Hospital. She is "run W. :::50.ft R' '..,. r 'sold at PubU .Conservation reportedto 1IS ft for a FOR ,; .' : > .." County of Bradford State of Florida, to par the &amount due for taxes
congregational meeting will 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship.: district govering be doing fine.- thence S 50 ft. E' -.:: '\;: ';.5 ::,. .. herein net opposite .to the same together with all costa of. each sate
be held at 11:45: a. m. Sunday. body who will compete for the Eugene. Jones of' LadyLake Is lriO ft..X !'iO' ft. W "4'., q ;f' .' ';4: ':. .' and advertising1. X .

:I. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Goodyear award 150fj.to POR 9-'S'; ...1.22. ::: J. .nat1in'i.. I' : "h.h Deaerlplie. 8. T. R !errs ttwirr Taxes
May 21. Purpose of the meeting are: Sam Me- .. .
visiting his: .grandparents,, Mr. Lot s "10). '.''t. .2' 0 f. x lit. "'. .'. -- .
is to act on a recommendation CHURCHi and airs. Edward Norman Plk '.2' [n R N .. -..' .... ." ; S y ..' XE>4 of XE X I: .
j. .for a .' DowLlnr AeM ,. .' '' : V t G41 anti James L' K of Ptl h'er 4 7 19 3 R D &Corthy Cellon; 2.49;
of the Building Council and Session i Sunday School 10 Morn- few !' 4 .1". y .
-: a. m.; PINE.LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH. w ek&z w '-'., . -An4reWs i...!q_ r'. r '.

that four ,acres of land ''mg Worship, ,,11 a. m. Evangelistic ... -. .. .hire.. ." ... 1'.'''.;. ...._ torn .t..Jatte off; s: { 8 ., 1 ,
;:; :rilli GoribetALFortM .. ... .. "
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''Lnt\.3.of.mk-i.-': ::, t. ': .. ., ; ... Line of St Rd 100 ..-.; '..:*: -Jt }*..,i.- ... ___ ..., ... _.
across East Call Street from the services_ 7:30: p. m. Cliff. Fowler of Arlington Texas ers Is spending,white with Ir.. .; 1n. G'skies Add ,! ". ;'--1: : 1' 'Y:'E..Terada fi. '1 J : 2.bLot 5 with E Line oi' '1. '" ... :*.. .; *.W;l. 'f =

hospital be purchased as a site I "Come let us; reason together." ,. Mission Director of.thc-.WorldBaptist and Mrs.. E..C. Lewis;. ':*' 3: of Blk 1 of 't ;>. .I S"1' of SE 1"-.' run : ---7.X". .. l. ... .-.

for the new church. All members'are SOUTHSIDE Fellowship '' will speak : Stanley 'TlIoznu'had'as: a: Sunday t.ntR'. ButlerL'1'$ iC II of"tR.2 Blk"}.Eo'_ ',.2.,., .W{., r r. i .Guy-of & '.4 J4.J.ndI"f'1I'8'. b.G3. to'W apn POB. Rd thence 19 ft:. ............. ;....;...:. '- > ...-. : .?

asked to' attend this important "-,; CHURCH OF Sunday morning and evrfjng at' guest Eugene! Jones of' .In PiDehur SID .. : .yannis[ Orafiam=' '. ;. <; '
Lady ''r- 1 pont Wstly :310 Ftthence t- : !
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i CHRIST .I .t SandeT8" 13.811 .
the Pine Level.Ba n.. _
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meeting. t1st Church Lake. Sothly "atRt -
3 Mi. S. on 301.. i.otsl through! in: .r'f"':'' \ : '. .. *njrl t(). Rd "f? 'a-t"-" :..Hy;. % .: .: '.aM. -, .
ThursdayOhoir 'practice 8 p. i :' 'Par.WOOd Sm F;( si, : t i. r. ;..... '.
II I I Sunday Bible Classes 10 ..a. "'Irt'lotf"7! 18 & ..... t :... . .... ::0 Ft thence EatIv 0' ....... .' *.... ... ..
m. : ''. & Parallel to'-. .". ,
v NOTICE 19 conveyed to : : t. ''' : < ;;
m.: Assembly Worship with theLord's .. -
Saturday--Junior Recreation, 4 i "> City &: Ex into 51. ; ..., ', .'. ": P*. 910) Ff th wt -;. S1, ;: i .: '...
(I Supper 11. a. m.; Evening Nottee Is ltereby'jiven that the following described[ landa'wlir'be{ sold b2. 33. 54. b6 .L s >r\'r ':so rtto '. :. '. ,. ':. ,.' : : .

P. m. ;., jt j Assembly Worship 6:30:: p. m. a.t 1961.public at the auctJon at ,12:0: o'clock noon-on the hh..day or Jun: A. D. 57 t .,. ; tl LlteUme' Const. 00: 3.nI I POD .. :3 20 l' B4U Bank .- i' J9,4t

Sunday-Sunday School, 9:45: a.1 1: Wednesday Bible Classes of Florida to pay Cfty.-the H&lI.amount. City due of for Rtarke taxes Countyof' BraAord.\State- t Sl 'iq Pl.rkwood: . f S4 of !'1W'J.f' ": ; 15'1' 8 20 '40SO J H'Bullard' 27.31
herein .
set opposite to the '. JZD' "' tT 1t. W Dpvelappre\ Inc: 16.1Lot.52 ,'"
,,5 I I m. Morning- Worship. 11 a. m. Ju- ; 7:30: p. m.HOPE same, together wrtn an costs of such sale .ana advertising.. '. In[ Pukwood XE W11'i of "XRilo <:1'i'. ; "

nlor Choir,' 51, Evening Vespers Lot 1 of Blk 1 In '.- sIn F W Developers Inc. .' 8.78 .
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Lot fI;: [In l'arkwood .,. ..
Green Acres SID '-. f.. J.l I is D't" .....' River. J H Po 1'4. 42.33rti
6, p. m. Youth Fellowship, BAPTIST CHURCH Com at SB Cor of-' Ernest E Tanner ...7.18 mLM I :' : ., W. ". I nt' 1" 21,. 8 23 .
; 64 in Parkwoodz ,' t>t i 'of Blk. ], lit' :
7 -p. m. I Sunday Sunday School 10 Sec 105 and, run W .. .. ', ,,D + '. -. .....r .ff' F W DeYeI&p .. 11x'.' 78..h, Torn of XeV P[lvr 7' ..
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'a. Morning 11 Lt-t 1\6 in .
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message a. N105ftIr : 4 '. .. :
I Monday Men's Work Night 105 .ft, S 105( ft.E :. : .>... .: ':\: .' 4 6lD. : .': '.. !:.nA" _. P.Wnf'\'f'lop'e, "..JDe. 16.-o Lot .i. of BLK.32 In o v r f
.Training Union 7 -.1" *
I ff:30: m." j. p.. m. Evening 105: ft.- to .po?i .'20 c'6 ''.22 'DssterPrevatt'' ; ,t'' ". Lt !11n Farkwood s t TOwn. of Sew. Rlr.-., '9 .
p. message 8 p..m. Com-at SB Cor of ... '' ''' <, I'. *.).: 12.27 SID' ... .: ;. 1'\ W ,Dens{Offrl; Jat' .75.Com"at .ti fr :\23.!4' 8 20 Jessie Bi+well .KstJ Ml

v.. | Tuesday-Communicants Class, I MondayBible 'Joy Club 4 ta Seefc run W 515--, .. :V .. ,' i, V.-U-: .: > / >> '. ._ { SW Corof. .. .! .. XW\1 of N VVi 2> 6 20 40 H Bullard IUS

f f for a POB. run. ', : '+ 'r -./.- 's j.. A ..r''t: -. :... NEtx-ofSEk'run: J .- Lt. 1 2.S Sot Rt'i1
J 3:30: ( p. m. Women'of the Church IJ 5 pt m. ; ft.W21lk'ft.. & .f ... ..."' .., .,. rt; :...v I i.N'105 ..4 J'' ,X -400' tf\-POB. Ef! t .er Ex S>{-,of lAtl '

7:30: m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting S 105 ft E 210.to.v: ;\ ..f. .. :. J p. : FOR ., 20..6* ".' 22 r..t i1IA"; 'r.rrn.at ..;0 1%.21 ot :ti Sec Un"{ ; v borr w' pit'- :30 8 20 175 J If Bullard 93.71

7:30 p- m. Choir Practice 8:30 p. Lot'.9 of .Blk 2 in' ? *.' '1) ." ', ... ...., ;... ;4' I": ,;} .'UJi' .d$'. r', ,.w:' .. 1 '

L-\U.RELIISSIOS'\It\ i iBAPTIST m. Pastor: Merle .L. Paclcham. Sunny Acre SiD ,v -* 11"'.. "s'P: Alberta Tyson '. :" .2.55 t (Continued on next! page ; -. .. .,. ,u"
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I 4 p. m. Sunday. Sunday Scnool 10 a., m Morn 305 ft, Sely ... -. ..t' i'.. '< ...'l. .,. y'. ?.j"t" .<.-t. .. : AREA BUINESSDIRECTORY'i "

t ing Worship 11 a., m. Sunday 423.3 ft. S 179 ftW -' d. ... ., .{: '.'; r:;'. : ,t. or-
Tuesday Prayer 1eeUng-7:30 347 ft to POB ". _, .'i
Evening Service; 7:45: p.* m. YPE Ex 1 It [In NW Cor75ftN&Sby100 ;. !' '" .
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Service Wednesday. 7:45: p. m. .' .______ _
Saturday Church Services 7:30 Ft E
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22 Lextha. Shingles' Pat- .1. Ifd
.. p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. .... : : : of:C'C .t, ,. '.-+' ,': .. '. -i trm : 8.54 ,r"... . ..,'. .: -. -' c '. -== ... .
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" BAPTIST CHURCH BEULAH CHURCH EorBU'l&150 ft X & 8&1.2'i; :. : : ..:...-'- : .{n .;...:. .... :. .. .'' .' TRANS. . :.IISSIQXS': ., ; .. -. ,- .d. 'Electric ', . MusicGaineivUre ; iQt' C. '
' I A working will be held at the old SofR2W&Rlk' ,. .A .' . : { .
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Sunday a. m. Preaching Cemetery on f : Co.
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11 a. m. Training UnLn 6:30p. : May 13. The east gate of' ex Tf'omplea8IDaiM parceL sold s;,:y:,":..:- : :". ..:. ;.,,:'.:..'": \: ',-:, ,,! :. i...' : '. ... ., ... .. ... .- 'Ot&$ ... 1r .U'E"OUB: 'Bl NiSS.:-" .' OF GAL ESVILLE.:|NC.. :'P1AN0SCHORD .'(1''' 9l<<: rA1i'

m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. Prayer Camp Blanding will be open from -": If' : ,.' : I :
Dew DR 63 .
Pr4I -'J4'{' :. \ to $ae1d.A.Aoortlhtss' ,Service. dt'KepaitsWork..Ouuanteed: COMPLETE'-ELBCTWC: MOTOR #$7ii
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Meeting Wednesday '7:30: p. m.- 8 to 9 a. m. "In going through the. &DFT Ex Par Sold j ...: T ,f', I : .:Riutt: ; :.Any MakeCor t., SALES, AND,SERVICE <01 ,tars DrupsrSheet; Music

Wednesday Bible study 7:30: !camp be sure to stay on Dade and. LotS5.8otBlkt3.ss-349 ;%.;/1'1.,. .. ,.. % 'El l- :Raacha. Jlotfl '383." '. ,:,. br-.Truck .t'tl "*'? '"Distributor: of Budgets.

p. m.Jos.. E. Norman pastor. i Britt the Roads due to firing in camp," Lots[In X.Reno 6 & 7 of S/D Blk. '_ :..'. v" . Haywood. : Brooks 1 4.09.I We,'.- 'Haad1ESittePOlass'FR Lamar o t:' New' Lincoln,' 'Motora". 'P!; '8.5U,' .

announcement said.REVIVAL.
j Lot 13 [In X-Reno S/D .' .... 'Lerot Long. Jr.. .:.$6 .6-2558- AT 'TUB 13Y'S: 66: 8F.B\1CE] PR: 2-8311' 112 S. E. ':'F1fPsinuv lyc
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of Blk 14 In '. ; .
North Reno SID .; .,: 1314' si: &Ialn =- Gainesville. 505 N. W Wh1 4a pesvUlf 1030 8..Main. .QaU1.mWe;
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Lot 1 of Elk'l* In '. ..' OPTICIANBeckumV
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l Lot :3 of BJk. 01n I' ; Ida _May Tyson_ 2.i; 5 ,
N Reno SDLota .. '. : AUTO .TRBIBaker FARM Eq1TIPML N''' Opticians
Sally P WHMam 2.55 '
l 6 7 of Blk :20! ";. ," '. AUTO..SALES & SERVICE '
[In X.Reno SID ", ':,.., ." -t-- Wlllfe LUsdiey; L. Bdnaa. B. ft.
Mae 4.0
Lot Oaharan 3, 4 of Blk S/D 1 Er In ;:.'.\;.:...." Powell. ,. r \ i. Rush's Tractor Co. Inc Lenses Duplicated-Quick fs iriArtificial'

t'I Lot RAV 8 [In Blk 1 In ._:: Rosa: Lee Thomas 4.59 IM7EBIAL- -. CHBTSLES v Auto.-TrlM* '* ** Ey -PwcripUoBf
Oahsgah SiD Ex .' .,.. .... NEW HOLLANIY Filled Promptly'
j1 22 W. Untvenrity VR 6-3519
3 of Ptk In ;. Authorized .SalesPartsService. .
Gaanezvwe. Pax .
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Gahagan S/D ; Headliners'Arm. Rests ;- LWEY..I'EBGU80Farm 'J'
Levy Lennon
Lots 1%. 15 of Blk '. 2.55Irene <
Floor .
Mats.-UpholsteJ' '
2 [In Gahapan SID '. "Hawes.Power. And Tractors
S 1 Hudson lt.45 Equipment POWER SAWS
BAPTIST CHURCH Lot 10 6f Blk j in _Lowest Prices ..
Gahagan SID .. Willie Green 2.5S Motor Co. FR6-43S5
Com 860' E IE .3C' .. . 1a : r Archer Rd. Gainesville MeeULLOCHCHAIN .

{ ((3 mi. South of Starke on Hiway 100-Griffis: Loop) NW X: of'..? of SW SW Cor..'N'or.' '. .. i .. FR'2.2561' E-.tTnlversity.Ate. GiinesvilicCOMMERCUL ,- ... BAWS '

rl 100'. E 50'" S 100' : f ., -. > 264 N..Ma1: OammWe I ,' I, NEWUSEDFlorida SALlB-SftVICB
I 1 1t [ r W SO' To POB 22 i 22 f "'Willie Lee, Pierce .. 4.05 .11_ Can -r:312: N. Main. GARDEN* SUPPLIES
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STARTING MAY 22 30'X ..;.' ,,; I ,. ":- '. Saw Co.
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Singing 7:30 i %50' FOR POB. E '5100'N I REFRIGERATION .
t Preaching 8;00 50' W 2538 N. E. lava.DrQI11uFr1vSEWING !
II Complete UaOf
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POR 22 6 22 Clifford .Pearce i.n t t to -
EVANGELIST Parcel Desc In DB': ; : '; J. '. RefrfgeratfonService .n&TIt} iI.: MACHINE8Machfe "

) 88.443 22 tx 22 Walter -West!' 2.15 AuthoHs d fiJeSerTk 1 ia _
? Lot 10 of .Blk 1 .ia.. r : .: t. < Pxrts ectid5e Ptt UppUea
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Lot 11 of Blk 1 [In TrbE if.hi .. .
Sat Williams SD :r" :- '. }: 224 N.: .W. St:Xm. ER 3-0471 J center""
S Tf Cotta :.55 S tie* Nr
Lot 2 of Blk of !' .. : .
Nat Williams' RID InnfRfrhardeon! 4.09 ,, _-. t. .;F .. Sidney:# .o.n.$ : OaJnemI1lj. ; Fit.Fashionable. 11 rS punt',

!t Welcome Lot 6 of Elk 2 Sat ''. ", ""' v -.rwnu.U'u ;-' : Barkley rk1 y ord.. ct"et.-. i '4.. tf6Many. Otii, Of .A I' ,
t SID't ; 6 John. A < Lot 'IS' nf Blk[ 2 lit .. ':-:. .. l An1E$ k r Stertltt; tt $t1 .

ti -- -. .Nat Williams .SD, .:-'. '. Alfonso. .. J eittni. : 4,09 1. : *15 N.B ,> ci erm! t: ..' :- : ..m ...;lt .. .

i Lot Williams U of Blk St/TJ 2.X: t .,' ".. :.'. ., ." -t .r'. Bold...Asutertiodd:kirtJate.G .. ' :210 (, UnivtrlTtp. J. ,. .QglilES1'tlleTI1VG
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Services Nightly 8 P. oi ; '. :-t: s.? ;>. : : .. :."Miil r.Brcnvn Store next toG.UKESHLLE .
) run S 310 ft E 100 .' .. -
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Special Song Service Nightly nf SWIi ex par -* :. :; ; ;>-:; : : '" '',' -.. :/ .' .. J.ck: iM J
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70 ft, for a Pt of 1'henrunSly''ll'r.; : EsU 1.81 Line 300 Sell : : '* ':' "
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57ftN30ttE50 Itd 20b 'tben- Coat / 300 to POB H.'f 22 l' anlttM ,P Fleryd 85.33
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SWU of XWU X .'.!r'.: : ;: : ,:i f' ;'4.of SW '.tbelf'X ,,1.. _'.,'-' -. ... .. 'c.;e, :' Ex Easement- ItSEU 7' 22 40 'EttvWWasierman 28.8

of Rd & W of ; 'I 1 E.Z Te tit De.. 1 U1 000 ft; to.POB. Ex ,{ : A Moore %3." of SWU 19 'l'' .22 '40 James M Rogers. 27.SS
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1 Lot 210 Sq ft of SEtbofNE s. '.. SEU of. SEU : -.1. ;- I.
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which lies S'& W : WIG of NEt,4 of NE : : Tompkins 46.2 :: S 75 ft to Wiliiimaoa 17.03
'J- ; Pegft Wiley
of St Rd No. S229 ., ,,!4 .pf iE 27 J U Sf T : 13 T.. .22. ; '

ft N of New VanderbiltRd& ::3 E% of. NEa of SE ; 36.7 I AlnSW cor of '. ;.:, .',.. ., '..' I

IS S.': .%11. 10 L G Alvarez 1.11 'i : 27 i Z' 20E ,J XWU of SEU ft : .ti\ -
.. ;- 1HA In NW Cor .
X.WU of SEU & S EOfSW'OfSE' : : Sr. 2S.4 of SWU of SEU '. ..;, .>: : 7 ....:..
45' of W 825' at S' .U 10 .RayAJ.Salazwr' ; S4.6 .,,a 2 1 i U 20 L C ? being 183: Ft' E ft ,' i J axi
S -'Ifi-.t.;
Cum at NE CoT of ..; W'1f. of .SE%' of'SW : W by 300 ft.N & t : lilt I
S>,4 of XWU of li&E'xOSWlb ; S 20Com '7 233Lua Banks Est

XEU run S %50' of SW'A Ex lA Inl"W : at XW Cor of ,10'' ," -," '

for FOB S 105'. ,':ff. . .. Cor of Elb of ., : : SWU of SEU &:

W 10'' N 105' E ; S E GatrLeon' 5.3'1 SW 4. of SW u of .. run E 135 ft tor '
105' tLotrosby17 POB': l' :,21 of church U i ::23 U 111.1! POB then S 300 ft. . J' :'> ,-t '

1 Lot CO' N & by" E 109 ft. X.300 ft,
: Aled Est 1..S!
Muriel. Ainsliei 6.6 22 1 ,.rea I. er
oLfakBik1chorea ,. W to POB 20 7
.w. 58' E &: W In Lot Jf 103.22
E Bell.
; ; S of 'Put'Vllle' Marshall 157.5! SELL of XEU 21 7 2240 Robert .
BLK 15 42.91v
Lot 6 of Lake Shores *.>. Eunice S Gunfcer ;.n egOO"W'ofNE:! SWU of XWU 22 7 23 40 f Robert E Bell. Jr.
Crosby ; as 5 U : .. '. ..
.'J Cor ,... IA Sq lies W of Gr -

S 3-4 of EH of NE Robinson 5.6 Rd in NE Cor of -* "
Lets 18. 11. 13 as' 6 U 15
U .& NEU of SEH 724' 100. Edward.Wu.ermah 2UGCom' oi or '.'. of NE 4 of NW% 21 7 22 1 Leroy Rhodta (.11
Ex easement 1<3' : NW 4 SE3 10.0; '
On W side of :'t NW's .Ex lA In ; : : : ; I Trianuglar Lot ?
NW Cu' .' Ex 2A Desc. DB 88-
Rd 200 on S aide "' i'.," lD .sW Cor U s 23 'I 23.9! 245: 39 7 22 Roy Junes Johns 10.S7
of .
of Ry In SWHXEH ;, "
& run W "... E% ot 'l'W>4 of : : \ Lot 4 in Mt Vernon .
'. :0" ETi : S/D 29 T .22:! Entra* Haynes Eat. 10.07
: SW as s. u
116 ft. S 512 ft. : _
.fi .' .' 't. !
Ely 137 ft to Rd ";:: ; 1k in' NW Cor of ,' ..' ; : : ; ..11.07 Lots 4 &: IS S/D of ek"'t'6NIG
N 2S7 ft to POP 24 T"t1.: ..1' D L Thomas' !. fl;. IUS SE14 '..of.NWh, U' .S.: 28' 1. ; r" : of XEU, of i .1 '
*. : f' :; Ex Rd %9.7 22 J' demon Alexalitf IO.S7
S line ; ; yt- f NW :
Int of .
Com 1'.0: .. .. ... t Com 'a.t Cor 01' .; ..
XWU of SE... ,. k "tS-- N j SEhtof SW, run All SWU of XWH

W Bdry of St RD : ...., 't. E no ft toRd, 200. loUt N of Ry Ex R/W e I
.: '; II: L' i & Ex E 858' ia f
200. N on Rd 465.1 8 Wefy atong Rd .
For FOB. N 153' i71";.": '. : :r. 315 It' 'to P08.4ont City of Hampton 29 1 22 4 J. 8 Meads. 4.17

W UI.5'. Sly 203' .: .; ., Salo Ri t1dBI' 12.7 AU of SWU of
X 19 Dega 40 mln :. t' Hoftr.l i. > 11E.S ft W 2 83'ft .. y I XWU N of Ry Ex ; '

E 114' toPOB U' r-,21 Jeha. :Nf U9 ft.. E' 131ft R/W Ex W 462* 29 7 22 13 iJ',.* :,1.1"41 a ut

lOA In SW cor ofXEU :;r.\,; ? i .' to POB' 0 I t2 1 :! Jackson 10.51 Com on N side! of .. .,. ;; i. : '
; 11.1'
; '
of NE% W : ECG otW% of SW' GS & F Ry on E _, .' J' ..

.f Branch ft BU ." ''. 4 j! of SWb! r 4 6 'I' 1t : side of SEU of s .

of of NEU :.,; : XEH' ft: run X 362 .. .'i. .
NEB of NEV Z of ... '' .
J SU of NEb 4Of ; ; .-.- 15.02. ft Wly 130 ft to t,"'S .. 4 r'Rd.
: Leo
to" 21 ISO SCargar. lfirtia.au $11.1 of R4 .15 7 1 It 2 : : ,
NWi[ d E% Sly along Rd 5 5 '
I '; Nib ofNW: % of \ CUt 310 ft to Ry ': i : '

Lot Woodlawn 15. II in 15 I. '. 22 :20! Harol. Stirrtingil 11.1.. NW3i E of.St R4 l' 3 I 2 s a Lao. along N side of Ry ;', .-. f ..

'. '. AIIW. ot.R1 It ; : .Wi1 iam. 14.52 289 'ft 30 T U '. .1. .Slli Iteida. '. 0.87
''10 ft NH 'r "
Lots 7. 3. 9. '. -I ;,; II: Gt. R13: Sz : i '. .'-> 1-,* 7 -
: Com at SE -cor 'of .
WOOd ,
23 in -
lawn, Ex R/W ,& '1- ';' : R/W 1t 1 It n yiUra SEU of XEH then .'. ,* C ,.t .:'

Ex drainage easement .' ... .. 'i" : run N 225' POE, :( : :
&: borrow 1 i Cop'! at SW. Cor ofE ".. '. Sop ly II." W 159' N %%5, E t'.l.-!, : J';,

pit easement It i'7 N J.P.lul1i..a.. .. : n.. ; of .. SW Of .. _. !j.. 750 S '%!S' to POB 11 7 U' 4 ...S.OI1'.r: .< Ml.r
Com at SW Cor. of '".,. .'. ':' 'i': :) N rQIf N .,,'... .l : ... 201.63 EH! of SEH Ex SA "t ..-. :L :;.

of NE% of.NWH ., ..r1-14 .r ,1 400" tar POW E : ; : In SW Cor ft Ex "
r i
*: run N to R1 ; AQA'. N,100'.W ,' .. IA In NE Cor ft: ,,.* ., .. I

N R/W of St Rd .0.j ':". ", IO S 101"To' ;t ""1; ; : ; Ex 7A in SE Cor '. ..,:.. -) '
POE \ Strtp U' :; : t
y ft Ex Ry Ex N
For FOB- Cont N .,,; .,: N I: S B tor,ac. :'ti.. ; 220' W of Co Gr .' ..
417.S' E :
W line
on 101.7V. 8 417.5* toN : _'>. t eUs to.N' 1.. U lekS .. 14.55: Rd IS 7 i1 2T.. 1+AGdi1a, 20.11

edire of R/W W Mi 8% of' 'BW of. .' r ,4. Corn at Int. of Ely .l ',' "' '. .
Brbwer. Bt Al UT s
:.14 2 hrtat I : j 1'p
to POB It IW c( NE" .. i : R/Wltne offtd '!' :?-4'

Lot 46 In Wood- '. \ 1% of SEb of SB ". t CI;; i it 100 & See Line '; ,.' Y '' .- 'z 1 ,

lawn 11'I 22 10 U J Jofcas 7.8'' .IQ .or N14'k It. 911 U "' i run N on Sec line I t.; ,:'. '!,;.I' t: .:' : ,, ..,...
543 :' I-A hi BW. Cor of ..; :. /. 800". W 109* to *.' ri'f't.
EU; of NWU of SECom 22 i ,.n 10 >rtizlabe4h'htnce Ilattef17.14' si Of SW 16 12 1 K Ely R/W line of ,. :." "
: ..: W,.SA' uf SW ol 1. -. 39.23 RD 100 Son "
at Int of Wly .:4. ".W".of.BE. 1f. 13 a' E art R/W 334' to POP IS T 23 3a .S. J) mil

081y R/W of St R/W Rd of 20 ..:: S" of 'SE" of : ": .' Lot 23 on Lakevi -.> t '

Rd 125 run S 880'For -L. ? ; sw3t of NW'4 n 1 tI i : of Htnesitea Crystal Lake I.t OlirkCoUma' ; 10.57Lot

FOB, S 15 deg ':- i' JAJ In 'NJ!: Cor of *.
'' :
ftO li.ss -
E 100' E 75' to DaisjrBir _I '. ., E'4 elf' NEh' of : !Ma 34 on Cypress .
1 64eeh' 1.11: '
of Lake
5. Crystal
FOB) 23
S:14 .31. ft E E C Alley 'I.U
Blk 14 Ex Lot 7" In '::t' ':- .:. :. VI 111' U' It N 4tS' ; ; Homesites .
era 37.29 Lot 40 of : : ,'
on Cypress i "
Town Lawtey W '. 11 I 13 a \ : '. 1'1. '

of Ry '. .. n. Pr..bt. 11." w.de It of NEU! J. !' : Crystal Homesitea Lake ., Fred R Potter l.li

Stt of ..Blk %iiln .\\1! t J.' of SW%, 11. r3" 7 : Lot 43 on Cypress of *

Lawtey W of Ry J GAort.'J'; TouagKlri 10.01 E l4 of NE;+ er.SE.Ex Crysal Lake -- .r *' 5* I

Halt Blk 6 In tows wi sf' U..la NS Homesites y )lra Ends" E $Cparki till:

of Lea ley W of :" ,; '. Cor' 11, 6 It 11 .Zr-. I Lots 57, 59. 61 on jr )

Ry ,. e, -, ;' PrevittWilbur' ...? Lot I of Blk! t 1n' ; : : Coast. Co. 262.04 I! Cypress of Crystal '1\oe' liichail Sofka for

Lot'' 7 of Blk 13 ,. ...F : Green Acres-S/D<< ; Lake.Homeeltes D. Pattersoa tUG

Lawtey Eof Ry ? i;;.<; Jenkin* 6.61 'Lot 4 'o'Btk'atu, < ...t' ; ; *, Inc 219.45 t.T..
.. : i* T Sunny Acres ,' Lot Son Palm of ,
Lot 1 SID of Lot \i : .4 ,';
lAke -
13 !la town of. ,": .f' BeJ: a.t 'SW-. Cbr .of : ers. Inc 219.4S Crystal Homesites ".", W 1 lfred, .a Gttk l.li
Lawtey E of Ry W: J. .Blrb4r t.8i ,NE 'r" ,. :
of'SW'k rUB' ;. '
:" .. ,
Of .'. N r 100 ft of S 55.tt '
Lot 2 In BIle 16 'inLawtey ", .- .. !o" : '' N ft.S. Self '!. : :; perl, leo 219.45 of that port. of ; ..:. :
UU 11' ft : : ; ,' .
E of Ry 4' : Hirry-KittlM S.U XEU of XWU W ;
One Lot 100 ft E. It J -.. w.an ft toPOB :..;.. .. Inc 219.45 of Rd 12 22 1 liteaTuta 'J' Laaagaa 11.07
"" '''' < .. Ex 1 Lot In 'NW ''1'1. .. *- f 't
Why i 1 '. Com"atlntofEUn.
274ft N &:.S : ,nt CoT '75 ft 'N \ '3 'i: ;rai:; .. .
In SW (nor of Lot 'k .: 1 : : of ITWH of XWU ,
; :' .: : By'lot n ,&: .&'. ... .. ; Inc, 219.4S .
., \ i'
17 Ex S 157 ft In : W 21 i 13 & N line of St Rd li 4. ,- 4

Lawtey E of Ry. ;:' .Y1 t>. :i Joeebh: Gdatber' ,&' ,.II ," :: .. Inc 219.45 Won- Rd 100', N! '.1: .,ft. _iA fir t

Com at SE Cor of .. .' ; 300'. W 100', S
Blk 18 & w ;:': --.:' \ $1K 18 of R LW: ex- ;;4Lbtln .' 1; ; ; 300', E 100' To
: run .
80 It for ",' .. Cor.111 P8D' 12 a 22 CI .Or/-MOt, [ : 111.
a POB, '. |
run N 274 ft. W .i-t ):: ,<,'-,;" /. ? -*>' ?' ,',"> .. Ft-E. ,W'x u. ". : '. \.. ; ,. Lot 1 of Blk A A'
oJ (
Ft N&S'& EYi .
.. ;
; Jt'f l-20tb Int In tract. '
80 ft. S 274. ft. B ". '. -t % ".l .. Al CahW .* 'f' 1i.8.
.... -. ,. : : otBlkl: ..2 8 of ; : Bedford Oaks .
10 ft to POD In. r' .' .' E in ; l. fe.ft
!, ?-y % :. -f ft R..W..BUc 8 I. ; : J_, : : mu 52.60 : "
Town of : E. ..4 Elk D ft ,. ,
Lawiey t of'R ,1W'Ez'3't' >- : Lot 5 of : ..; ; a ,
E Of RY 'f 'Alttt ..1Uin l-20th Int in tract .. : .
Com ..... A .InSE. Car in > E of Bedford : .: :
at SW Cor of .. .. .Templer SID oleo' -":.! Oaks VfI 'tald4r ;1Vi"'ln 10.20
.. S/D
Blk IS ft run N .Ex ., Parcel Sold <.j' : ,:' ; -
274 ft for a. FOB 10.. Delc.TB n.PC It j ';, :\l Tract 1 B Mt. PleaSant "

Run W 80 ft. N *.. ...>. ". ....:,.. '- ,' ., : &. ,ex ..a.r sold DB ; ,. ; ,' ; SID ft 1 lot '
102 ft. E 80 ft S .. :;, 1-14' 'U. U 26. ;.. : r in SE Cor of, _,..,.. .'. L' i .r,
...L'Town '
102 ft to FOB In .. .- .it ... : .J. ; : -v NWH being
tat Bik ,
Lot 1'Thru .
i j ,
of Lawtey I: ,. .. f : 'U;; : 726.10 N&S: by

E of Ry :x' .- .r.';, lOabb t Auvtia ill ..10 fa, N Reao 9/D, ,if. i t : ,. 94.26 466.10 EftWi H. 'i 4 trti.tI"f.'tfri... : .. !Ir.UI.at.
Beg 721' ; ,t.Z'\ : .
ft 274' N r 1 '' : : ,
of SW Cor of Lot .:, ,. Lots f ft? .of Blk !E'i,1 Tract 10 Carl Vol- : .
In X Reno .S/D : ''ZL : tUnCom
21. run N 51', E .." : 1 1 Ikopf ,S/D James 'r ;
!U'. S 51'. W .%40' ":ito 4 11: Lot1 krf Blk 14 InXorth < i at NE Cor of a;
i 'L + ""; ; S/D Ann %8." > 'l ,
FOB in La del ; Reao ( SW 4 run S 170' for
E of nR .It: ; Henderson HtidaoaJoyie 12.00 ." Et. > POD. Cont. S 75'f :,:' .

Lot 2S-A Ex N 100 ..Si Lot-Tot Blk 19 ikXReno 4" W 440' N 75. E ;ee ,' fr :J4
: of 1'r : .. : Bt Al tU3Com
Ft In Town of '.4: 'j., .' S/D, f i t ::- !\ -" 440 To FOB 13 1.- U ymd .

Lawtey E, of Ry .. DM WalkerFreddie' 17.29 LotiSof\ --Blk-20iiii / ; .709' N of 8 line ; tJ."Ji.
** 4" .. : ., n' tote 2 ft ': jt 'tr.
Lot 24 In Town pf ,., r : : Reno.g/D. i a. ; / "l2.07 of Govt '
Lawtey E of Ry -.d" Bell. 5.11 Lots 6.11: otBllc 20 i J \' .' on E R/W Hwy .i'i.U?' ..
,v f 21, E 77$ T ; ,
: : ; .t. : ,
Lot 27 In of Reno '
Towp la N SID r r E 330' S II .t: q -
Lawtey E of Ry :*&:' J W Barter 6.61 Lot 3, ,4 of Blk 1'ImGahagaa'.SyD.Ex ',' .* White 4.11 deg.POP,, E 200'.. S 21 \.. ..' .ti '

S .1(5 ft of Lot 82 ... .y '. .;.. -'. r J ...... ; '- ; deg. E 300', S 54 ,.. ; ..4fi'edeg.
I In "In.-. .. ."RIW :i'" :;;'f')". < : '.. 45' E .200' N .. ..r< .'; .rr
B of Ry -t. :1 Jessie L4e BirU4r.i 6.61 Lot' a .oi 'Blk ,,lain t 1'e,! ,.' rk. ? 10.37 86 deg. 30' E 220' -' C:= "t :io
%, '> '. j-o.' .* --. : ; RW 1" Aat of sect ., 7 a --\J '-
306" ft to roB W It Gihagaa S/D e i to E tine 1'i. .

140 ft S 100 ft. .', .., Lot 10' or-' Bill 1 4a *" : 5.61 5.S. on sec .line '., ;" 'i't, t.f. 1/'e: : 1 ..
; : r HI Water Mark ;
E to W Side of ; Gahigan SID WUl to ... "f'f
KirigBley Lake .' ,. : :. ; Cora 0' B & ..86 /' : 10.07 of L Geneva S 70 :. ',' .

RdN '"' N of SW Coy of deg. 30 W 71.5. 8 I.,: :. .; ",
Town tof ,
FOB In ; 22 deg. 50 W 76.5'X
: XWH of SWH. N 5.61 ; .. : '. .
Lawtey E of Ry :. Wll-he'fuclcn. 2541 100'. E 50. S 100*.. t; 63 deg 45'deg.'J W JIIH; J
i" W 56' to POB 12; I 22 Wd lie 140.5 N 14 ,
Lot "37 In Town of ;, 11.41 15' W N 80 i- : ;, ,.

Lawiey E!: of Ry .' f Com, '166VE. ft 10'N 'b deg W200N5 350'1 6 -t'' . t
of SWH of :
or SH I of SW Cor of
6&,,. )May'Smith 6.61 W225 S 88 -
:' : : deg ,
XWH of XW!4. XWH of SW 4. jf : .
.. W 183.6',
1 Lot In XW Cor of .. ;: i. t .. 250' tor' POB E! ',. :...,.p N deg 5 deg 30 W Wly .. "' -- ,r'. ,
42 Z!,' w tae; McDaniel 6.61 :
Lot being 'Pte \ 100',0Nto50' 183.6' Nly To ; 470.9tX'&ip ,
22 : '
N&SonE&.5rN f ( ; POB 24 0. \ T ..A. W5OTa : -
'r1 '\ ...., .
& S on W by. j Parcel De Ie. Ja DB NE of fr ,
; Com at cor
100' E ft W In *. ft '11 TLea to.saW 11.441. $3 i .23 } %ilSrAi -. I
Alia* 25-8S-22E run .
Thomas 11.07 : sec .
: -
Lawtey E of RT -' .- .. ,,-* Parcel ""Desc. ia DB ; ; W 681 to Pt on S : : ,sNSSf .

150' of W 4 of 88-4,48 r< ,: 28 ,vO-*. tJ ; R/W of St Rd 21 :Va' : .,;ti*V-:;: / \
Blk 44 E of Ry In 11.91 ;* > t *-,"&::;,8k-\ ,
: S Bndryof
4 ? JamM L-Row1' 0.11 Lot .t -of Blk 1 in '1 Cont on '. '.: I
Lawter ; : Ru 800 for ; -
> -RA
Nat WlUbuaa /D r "
: *" ; ; t -.; i..
Lot 42 in ,town -of / -8.nn tt 6.94 POB X 78 H deg :: ,
.. Lot ,10.: of Elk 1 Ia ,' Fl 'i,
: : : I
WatersEdge .
E of l"
E 563
of '
Ry Lawtey Ex Lot ia XW .,'" : \ lx- .>.> I Nat WUUamsl SD ?; ,'.:-" ; Sly alongshore 1.. .r. : ..

cor ", WiU LM 11." Lot .It. of Blk 1 'laXat of Lake .. {. -; ;";,c. :

;' WilHajna SD "" $'. Y- h.. .....
'' Geneva 800 Wly f : ,
W 1A of Lot 41 ia t --.i : ',
XU, of Lot 11 of Blk <.' < 11$' to Hwy 21. ,\ ;: .
Town of LawteyE .- .. Harry'Kittlis-! t.43 I. Nat WiUJawa 8/p .' ." Xly Alone Hwy ": : '
of RT : : : ., Z >rb;.1. 10.21
't ..; .'1 *. Lot t'of B1k'2 of" 1 t ; 500* to POB f .,
Lot 48 A, Lot 46 Ex "r. '
Xat; WlUlanu S/D : In -SE .' ,'j' ; :. .
X 1-1 &: Ex S 1.1" UeQu..a 11.%' W% of f
'k!I Lot I'of ..Bile 1 Xat .. 1 \ ; cor of NWH of
In Town of Lawtey Ribiasoa 6.61 ... ; 28 t 22 1 WaltetrDea, |slr 1.17"rWf
.E of Ry ; 9JtW William. s/D h-. .f ; : NWU

Lot IS-of Blk :' .
2 In ,
ltatlOOftS& 8. : Com at- NW Cor" of .
: Xat WlUiani an l } :
.: : : of
toe ft E&W SH of SWH
by .. t' t icy ''II
In SE Car of Lot .1 .. ..'.. .. '" '-.'.''. Lot.20 of. Blk,'1fa; .. 1;. t ,1..1, XWH run E 200* .. )? ; Ji". ,

52 In Town of .. "w met" M7Caa ; NatO Wtut.a.m.. SID. *>; :. E for POP, S 209% E .. :' ,.. ., ..
Lawtey E ot Ry '. 7' ,. ..
lat. ia 4'. ? : Nat Williams SD ; 100' to FOB ft: Par .. a. 'ki, t.\ifi, '.

I-undivided ana to the S' 245 .....'a .. 1 Lot ia NWH ,ofSWH. ...' ; 0 ", oa W side of !S lit ':. .\. .. (
:U. .. "
a- Desc. ia : J64 Of N 411' Of
Ft of Lot t in ,. Deed Bk v .' : >j,;,', .
of Lmwtey .. ", >< .M ." 70 PC' WIG'of SWU of : t. ; ; i'.. ,.
Otts S/D ,i'. 'M ;,el JauM U BMWB 7.11 SOl, Ex. R/W.ia, I, r" .t BWU of NW! S :T';::.: .:r.r. I I

.' ', C' Nat WOHam SO. Z'\t'\ i fl JtH.. i being EftW on> Xft ,' .. '

Lot 12 erOtte" S/D. "!. .LUti. .UcQalr Set 11.01ua Beg'at'W. Cor- of -.o.t- ..t'NWU s." 103 EftW oa ... Heibert1Erlit.alr \
: ', 11.11
of .; .' ., : ; V .-: x; SEnd -3 -m. .
of-SWI4 .ft. ; -d ,,
'i-. t j.. -
1 Lot as Desc in 'j .' '. } '1 -' :-r-ub. Balong.Hc' i -i i !: : "- Laata, Lot' 30 of Blk AMa: .f. :,:: .. t, .
1. I ISID'
Deed BK 52 Page ,.""Y.. ,;, Wt11ie ..; .- r. n.ta line 560 ft for It .,,.. ; ; .. .'. cu..,- 21.41 Cyprees Beach "' -' ., r,, -- .' "'- i
h' sDebbe '
331 in Otts S/D. .; ..,. 101. N 200 ft. B ; ;: ,;' t ,
NW Cor of : ; ; '. ,. I n..s2oeftto'"H : '
1 Lot la .. : Lot 24 of Elk A of ... I
' SEU- of SWU of ".... ;" .' ,sec line W, along r : : r Cypress Beach S
XWU 200 ft E ft U liao 60 It to SID .' Charles. D Glover 94.lt

W' ,by 437 ft .N fta 26-' L' .> ; 22 I Carltoa Jtnkiat.; .... POB at. 22. IA.-. .. A Iterer 06.21 Beg 95' B! Of NW ri} r '1>'. ,. ( 1

Beg at Int of N Ua* ?>". : Cor Coat E 100 ." ., '. I

1Lott00'N&SbT of Lampkia Land J u .. ..... : s' 200 to Lake. W .
110 E & W in 8W ACTaGRiaSWUof: ,. along Lake 106, KIW .
Cor of WH! of NE .'; Ml2S SWH, run N 4 % to Beg 15' 22 fee i t* ritft.

H.of NWUSWU :5 S .22 L J Padgett; to CH on C ,lla. .t .., ft >tfOTis R Gott S2.ll
> '
of CHD GL.E' '
of SWU of I4S E of NWCor t
14.52 To Raw-la Land S '* Beg .
I 22 10 CUud. U yers ..
NWU Ex R/W U en Rawls W lint : of Sec. S 190 .. :... t ;. ,j ,
ItA in NE Cor of f ''1 .. to Ext., of Lump- d .,!.a# ; ; : EvaU: 10.14 Lake, E17S. NO": :. Y '-. .
XEU! 'of XWH of, kin iN line. W oa W( 75' to beg. being 'J

SW% Being 310' t .. 4 :: Lot 2 of an nnree. ..
1.11NWi N line of Lmpkia '
Corp ;
Investment !: >
$ 22 1 Uid-Statt 1 *
S :5 "" ", "' ... ; : plat Due DB 1/ /'
,( of of.. "2 .. t PG 411 26 I 22 : L i,r.se! E:. Baggtr 25.13Corn
ft of' "' -\ J 1 at NE cor" of 1 ::Jt *. -
SWU tti %2 20 Richard Smith 15.55 Com at NW Corof .. v 1 /i ?*f / .
2S i NVI ruff W
.. un'
of 9R'W2AofNiofSE }
SW ,. .J
.. SWH of SW*&. ft:; .. ,.? kU.\;' -: 8 24 deg W 110', '

: h"J. 'i 22 2 Lee'CalTin'Iloe8w ''> vt27 100 roo.Ft S :for Iit,POB E 3 .-. .?;-,..".. & Ml S 70 deg IS Mm ;".-: i' {. ,
H of XEH a '1 3 200 S 24 deg W ; j' t f ; '
ISA of Stt' of Rua.S 100 ft E.. ,. : Z '. . -
W Lake
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