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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 25, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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t. .,. slain by shotgun blasts Tuesday morning fired by a man 8

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down without warning were Deputy Hal P. Croft, a

,yfl i u w ?a i' yCQ 30, and Special Deputy Ronald Jackson, 24, both of Lake b '.

Butler, as they tried to serve a warrant Joe Reddish ,.

about 9:30 a.m. at his father's home near Raiford. t- I

Reddish 40, has been. charged with two counts of first

degree> murder in the slaying, Union authorities said Wedreday. -

He is at present hospitalized, under guard, i in .
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According to Union Deputy Albert dredge oiler at the Highland Plantof : ., !
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Sweat, Croft was apparently I the duPont Company. He fre- ,\
blasted from the steps of the Red- quently accompanied Croft as aspecial "I

s dish home as he walked toward deputy on his day off I Victims: Croft (left) and Jackson 1

the house. Reddish, firing from Both he and Croft were married '
I inside the house shot Croft with- Croft, with Jackson riding with Whitehead concluded that Croft
Scene Of Dual Slaying and had, one child. Reddish Is
out warning and then turued his separated from his wife and was him, was assigned to watch it. was shot from the window, the

Double murder and attempted suicide stalked this grim setting Deputy Hal Croft's body fell near circle at right, while his 12 guage pump gun on Jackson I J not employed. When courthouse opened they blast going through the glass, and !

I Tuesday! morning when Joe Reddish 40, shot down without -. companion Ronald Jackson fell near circle at left. Bloody pil standing beside the patrol car Croft had been a Union County where went to they the obtained county judge's warrant office to knocking Croft from the steps, i

warning a Union County deputy sheriff fwd his companionas low ,on which Jackson's head rested until he was removed to parked in the yard. He apparentlyshot deputy since last September and serve on Reddish at a his lather's and he ran back to the car. I
I Croft from a living room before
they attempted to sene him with a .warrant. The weatherbeaten hospital is seen beside car. Arrows mark the window and that was highway patrol- home where he was staying. Reddish then went to the door 't
window, and then shot Jackson man for three
farm house stands on a graded road three-quarters of a door from which Reddish fired fatal shots. Croft's car stands years. Ironically, Reddish's father, Raiford Red-
from the door. Jackson is the nephew of Union and shot Jackson, not bothering
mile south of Itaiford. where arrival.) dish and
parked upon nephew Marshbuni Reddish -
Reddish knocked Jackson down County Sheriff John Whitehead to open the door, but shooting

I with a load of buck shot and then and Reddish is a nephew of Brad- witnessed part of the shoot through the screen. Badly wounded

I finished the job with bird. shotas ford County Sheriff P. D. Red ing driving up just as Jackson
fell under the second shotgun Jackson was shot again as he
the wounded man was trying I Ito dish, who rushed to the scene to
II COUNTY make his way around the car offer assistance when he heard blast. They told investigat'ng au- was trying to crawl into the car

to the radio. Croft died immediately : o* he shooting on the radio. thorities that after the lawman to radio for help.
had been felled, Reddish went into -
with buckshot going com Night Long Search At this porn! the other two
the yard got Croft's pistol, and
pletely through his body at close Sheriff Whitehead said his department Reddishes arrived. Marshburn
returned to the house where he
range. Jackson, taken to King : had been looking for
shot himself. used the ramo to call the sheriff's
Memorial Hospital in Lake Butler -
Reddish! all night long after a
,I Official County Publication Established In 1879 lived for several hours with neighbor Ira Green repor .ed that hitehtad's Account office. Croft was dead when officers -

nine buckshot in him but was un- .Reddish had shot into his home : Sheriff Whitehead pieced together arrived and Jackson lived on
rOLUME EIGIITY-TWO STARKE. FLORiDA. 'TI THURSDAY, MAY 25; 1961 NUMBER FORTYEIGHTI i events hi this manner:
I II able to clearly relate incidents of about 10:30: Monday night. Deputy ly an hour after reaching a hospital -'
I The into the
deputies pulled
the shooting Sweat said. Sweat said that Reddish called in Lake Butler-
i Prisoners Needs Only FPC Approval Road ForemanTo Turns Gun On Self front yard of the Reddish home
Top Green from .his bed to the door. Whitehead said he had intended
with their the house.
car facing
I After shooting Jackson, Reddish Green was hit by splinters after to serve the warrant himself, but I

Union County Request Limit picked up a pistol from beside he closed the door and jumped. Croft apparently went toward the had to investigate a breaking and !
house while Jackson waited in
Won't Affect Grit's body and shot himselfonce j back when he saw Reddish, raisingthe entering case in Providence, 12 l

Circuit CourtSpring Split On Bridge Loads through the chest. He was gun. He could give no rea- the From yard.evidence at the miles west of Lake Butler.'i;
scene.
taken to Bradford County Hospital son for the gunman's action: ...__.._ "

County Road Foreman R. E. critical condition, but is re- 'Reddish's car was found aban-

Circuit Court term got of under Union way County this Gas Plant PlansWithdrawal Jones said yesterday he would stek covering and is expected to live. doned at 3:30: *. m. Tuesday Dry .Forces BaccalaureateSermon

the County Commission at its Jackson was employed as atot's about two miles from his home.
,it week with Judge John A. H.
June 6 meeting to plats load To Map Plans Set

I Murphree presiding and State limits on the county's wooden To Vote June 12
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; Prison inmates dominating the of Sun Oil Company mit their bids after final approval For Drive For
bridges which have been cracking Sunday Night

scene. from partnership with Houston by FPC. up' in recent months under over v,. '\.
i Four prisoners are scheduled to Corporation in the proposed hy- It is possible-If ,everythinggoes"according .loaded-trucks. Sunday Beer Sales Unfcr Fire- I I
at the ,
'go'on-trial.-next-Monday-or!'" first < rocal'bons"-plant!"northwest of to''schedulethatactual Following up Its victory The annual Baccalaureate Sermon
'1 Jones said that two bridges are Bradford for 122 of the
/ ,,degree murder in the slaying of a Brooker will not affect plans for construction of the plant polls on May 16 the members

,:cellmate, and two others are to be early construction of the plant I might be started in the lau out of commission on the Dedan At Lake And County Christian _Action Associ- graduating class of Bradford I

.tried for attempted escape. officials at the St.. Petersburg quarter of tnis year it was said.. Church Road and a third one out Kingsley KeystoneThe ation will meet at 3:30: p. m. Sunday County High School will be de- I
on the Dewey Murrhee road near May 28, In the First Meth- livered Sunday night at 8 r'clock I
John Thomas McL in. 35, Jack headquarters of Houston told The It has been estimated hat a .
Graham. odist Church to plans for a in the BHS auditorium. Rev. J.
Campbell 23, Dallas V. Epperly, Telegraph yesterday. million dollars will be spent in Clay County Commission meeting was attended by nearly map .
The foreman said a se\.en-ton continuing dry drive. H. Mabry pastor of the Madison
28, and William H. Wolfe, 21 are The only hold up now i: final labor costs on the constructionand agreed Monday to postpone a 100 persons, including several
load [plus weight of truck] is of
Rev. J. H. Mabry, president Street Baptist Church, will be ;i'
charged with the strangulation approval by the Federal Power there will be additional con vote on whether to allow the con ministers. The ministers agreed .
about all the average wooden the said that the purposeof the speaker. )
murder of Kenneth Albury. 30, of Commission of Houston's request struction in connection with a bridge'ca'n safely support, while tinuation of Sunday beer sales hi to the vote postponement after group
to !
Sunday's meeting will be The processional and recessional -
Key West last October. All hate to increase its natural' gas load railroad spur into the site. some feed tracks now serving the Kingsley Lake and Keystone Rev. A. D. Martin of Green Cove ,
discuss; the many questions that marches will be playpd by the
pleaded innocent, except Camp into Florida, officals sai6. The The new plant when Ci-mpleU Heights areas until June 12. Springs assured the crowd that .
broiler plants in the county are
arose during the wet-dry refer- .BHS Band, and Rev. H. O. Boy-
bell who pleaded not guilty by request is meeting routine opposi- ed. will manufacture butane, propane Commissioner Otto Murrhee three of the commissioners would
I carrying loads as high as 13 tons. endum regarding better supportof i ette of the First Methodist i
reason of insanity. tion from competitors of natural ethane, and several other requested the postponement, saying vote dry.
,
Pulpwood trucks are also a cause law enforcement agencies in i Church will bring the invocation
Motions for separate trials+ for gas it was said, but Houston con- derivatives of natural gas. It will of bridge headaches Jones said. he though it only fair that Rev. Jack Hall, pastor of the : I
manufactureand The
curbing the illegal and the benediction. High
McLain Epperly and Campbell fidently expects approval of its have an annual payroll of around The road foreman pointed out persons favoring continued Sun- Russell Baptist Church, .said his sale of intoxicating liquors in School Glee Club will .sing two

have been denied. The court request within the next few weeks. $200,000, and more than this that load limit signs cannot be day sales be allowed to express group would continue its fight I
Bradford County. numbers.
granted a separate trial toe Wolfe Sun Oil decided not to exercise amount will be paid to trans- pasted. on bridges until the Com their views. The commission had to halt illegal sale of intoxicating :
Mabry said that officials con- Graduation exercises will be
ater receiving a psychiatrist's report its option to share in constructionof portation workers in the area, en- mission takes appropriate action earlier rescinded its action taken beverage hi the county, which is.
enorcement of 2 in the
nected with the held Friday night, June ,
that he was insane at the the hydrocarbons plant, but gaged in hauling products from and notifies the sheirff's office to two months ago to allow Sunday now legally dry. This would in- invited to attend
laws school auditorium.
liquor were high
time of the killing. 1 Houston will go ahead "on its the plant. enforce the regulations.Jones sales of beer hi the unincorporated clude, he said, beer with an alcoholic and interested I
the meeting, everyone
The report by Dr. W. N. Chambers own" and officials were confidentthat said that although "road areas of District 2 which content of more than 32. to
in the problem is welcome :!
of Jacksonville on examinations financing would be readily BANK HOLIDAYThe closed" signs have been erected includes Orange Park and Doc- per cent. attend. Hampton Man

of McLain and Epperly indicated the project. Inlet. I
available for
still the
light vehicles can cross
Community State Bank of Monday's special commission ,.
they were sane. I Hurt SlightlyIn
.
Specifications for the plant Bank at bridges on Dedan Church 1'.ad. He <
for the inmates have Starke and the Florida !
Attorneys (estimated cost in excess of $7 Starke will not be open for busi said it would be unwise to spend I .,Y

requested tending that a change Union of County venue con-resi- million have already been sent ness Tuesday, May 30, Memorial I since money the rebuilding road is the scheduled bridges to now be Fire Warnings E ShootingA.

ConUnufd On Pan Six] out to contractors who w'll sub- Day a legal holiday in Florida.
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hard-surfaced in about 90 days.A rz M. Bryant, elderly Hampton
Issued i
truck loaded with 28,000 By resident, was slightly injured

iw taltkurrp ii: pounds of feed broke through the j = .. i, about 7 p. m. Tuesday when hit i

txfo S Santa Fe River' bridge south of Forest Ranger \ in the back of the neck with bird

I r. Hampton last week, but this par- shot fired from a 16 guage.:bar

-d. is all inlachua j a ,: i rel shotgun
ticular bridge County Forest Ranger Jimmy .. :
k x, r Ga County and Bradford did not haveto Hodges has issued the following! ] ; y Franklin Coleman, 33, also of

1 : share in cost of its repair. Ala- warning to the public on the danger ,>.,: Hampton fired the shot through

,; r chua officials said that vandals of forest fires at the present ',r3 r a bedroom wall onto the front i

had removed signs from the time: at porch where Bryant and Cole-

n bridge specifying a load Imit 1 of "Although the grass is getting I ., man's father were asking. Deputy
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i 1 i :, 6,000 pounds. green, the woods are very 1ry and .yyw Sheriff James Hamilton said he

1 .z.a Jones said his department there is a great danger in woods was unable to determine whetheror

,; i 7y ,: could get a lot more done onBradford's tires getting started.If ; not the shot was fired acci
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roads and bridges: ifI you have trash to burn, dentally.
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vandals would quit "messing I please have a container to put it Bryant was treated at the Brad

in before burn. If don't ford County Hospital and released.
with" the county's .you you ,
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a i ,., i tz+ Coleman is in the Bradford Coun
'fi have ,, ,
container t
.Y b'a +4 t ES. '- Two batteries were equpment'I' a then dis a hole 3jR 'r6' w v y Ys 3: .
r.= =-- -== road grader parked in the ground and burn your r. ty Jail on a drunk charge.

trash in that. The younger Coleman was living
Church
'
near Pine Level Baptist .
Seniors Get Last Special Meal Tuesday night, the foreman said. "Strawberry season is comingto .: : '- with ,his father, Liege, after es

HAM SUPPER Such Incidents cause unnecessary an end and you will be burningoff '' r caping from a veteran's hospital
last honored the 1961 senlorbwtffi = ; He I1a.. alao
Cafeteria workers at BUS week 1 in Augusta Georgia.
down time, as well as extra ex- your berry patches. Before -
One of their last in the familiar served time In jail for auto 'theft
Sponsored By a special meal and decorated tables. pense to the county In replacing you burn your land you are required A" '

noisy demo!' eaten, the meal must ha\e been good since not many repairing equipment that has by law to have fire lines The Coleman home stands in the
or -fib,
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Edward'sAltar the rail
St.
i5 town of Hampton near
prospecthe graduates even glanced up when this photo was snapped. been tampered with Jones said. around the property you plan to Hamilton said.
burn. You must also have sufficient road crossing.
SocietyThursday ; ;, .l Assisting Hamilton was Hamp-
and equipmentto 1
manpower f t. ?F
Cattlemen L. Robert Cox.
f June 1 p. m. Saturday. Brenkert a member take care of the fire in case it -: ton Deputy
Sailor Drowned .
of the Cedar Hills Baptist Farm Bureau, gets out of control, and to notify
11:30A.M.7:30I'.M.Adults the adjacent resident not Fair Directors
Cast Saturday Church at which he had served To' Meet Monday owner
$1.25Children less than two or more than ten
as youth pastor was on a church To Meet Friday
days before start to burn.
Cattleman Association President you
75c While Skiing party when the accident occurred.He I "The Forest Service would .appreciate
i Pat Miller and Farm Bureau Director of the Bradford County
I In Parish Hall was to have been married I President Curtis Marlowe an it very much if you would Fair Association will meet at

f Services were held Wednesday: on June 24 to Sandra Garland, a nounce a joint meeting of the notify us that you are going to 7:30 p. m. Friday May 26, in the

for a Jacksonville sailor who member of the same church. two organizations to be held at 8 burn. That would save us from American Legion HalLR.

drowned Saturday in Kingsley Survivors include his parents, p. m. Monday, :May 29, In the making an unnecessary rip to BHS Bomb Shelter Being ErectedA H. Mclntlre, president of the.

This Space Contributed Lake when the motor behind a brother, and his grandparents, courthouse. check a legal fire. association, states that several

Weekly 1 to Publicize which he was skiing failed and all of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Topics for discussion: wm include ."Please be a little more careful model fall-oat shelter. being constructed by BHS students ta important matters, including finances

rescuers could not reach him in recent Information on proposed with fire. Our forests are very cooperation with the Bradford County ChU, Defense Program ta taking planning the layout of
SING AT BOATDBAIX
Community Events by marketing agreements for valuable to Bradford County. shape rapidly on the school ground. The shelter wffl be open to show grounds, and midway contracts

time.The body of Joseph William Revival services win be concluded ,' Florida agricultural products and They bring a big income nto the the public when completed. It wffl have aa eight foot square interior win be discussed at this

THE COMMUNITYSTATE Brenkert n, 20, a hosp'talman' Sunday at Boatdraln Baptist the forthcoming State Cattlemen's county and every fire we have. and three foot thick walk when finished. meeting

stationed at the Naval' Air! Base Church with dinner on the meeting in Jim!. mefcas. money,going up in smoke. Shown above laying blocks and gaining valuable experience are, An directors and others interested *
in helping promote a successful
BANK was found in 10 feet of water grounds'after the morning' ser AH members are urged io attend "If you have any question. concerning
I from left to right; John Miner, Basses BaaersonN, PhfflijM, and county fair are urged to
near Strick1 n.d's' Landing about vice. There Will be Singing in the and benefit from the discussion forestry in this area

'- I 45 minutes after he fell at 3:45 afternozu. The.P1 Uc"s .invited. .of-tiiese.important tepfes. please give as a.call.at 951-2721." Charles Torode.. attend this meeting.

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PAGE TWO ". \ \ ;. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1981

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6,.._ .. ._ ;,,- ... _J";' .... ...'i:. ..... Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grider I Fred Ward SO I All..frjends.. are invited to attend

,.' i I II enroute home from Cocoa Beach II I I t'the party in his honor.
f I The Airpark revival will con-
visitedCape Canaveral on Sunday
fI I Dies MondayFred tinue for '10" days with Rev.
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where they attended the LegIon
I t Woodie CaHin as the evangelist. t
convention from Thursday to Sun Your people's$ meeting each'nightjat.7:30.song
Everett Ward 50, of Cry-
service starts
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I .. day.Jan stal River died Monday night in '
INThCNCWS and Diane Jeffords of Higli! ; I !following evangelistic message -
at..g,
the Veterans Hospital at, St
Springs will spend the weekend|L Petersburg. He was born st Bar- I'f! .
I .. .._.. with their uncle and aunt Mr. '
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w- -- --- -- bersville on July 12,191Q and

R. C. Howard of Jacksonvillewas Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs Junius and Mrs.:George Huggins. J.i a retired Chief Petty Officer of ,:I'' ,- -' .I
Mr. and Mrs. Evans Bedsole of
the weekend guest of Mr. Smith, and :Miss Florence ,Jennings I the, U S. Navy. He was a .Mason '.' -' !
Jacksonville were Saturday evening :
1
and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. were in Tallahassee last and a member of the Methodist
dinner guests of Mrs. W. B.
RK
1 aliases Dolores McKnight ana Thursday and Friday in supportof Mundy and Mrs. J. B. Church. :",._
Sapp.
Bonnie Cocoa the Florida Library Aid BiiLMr. Surviving are his wife Blanche SEA.
Vanderkamp of ST HtS
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Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long wcrc| i s .
Beach spent the weekend with and Mrs. Jim Ritch and Y G Killingsworth Ward of Crystal .
guests of Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Fore- -
Mrs. Arlen ..McKnight.Mr. Mrs. Daisy P e ,n.m spent Saturday j River; his mother, Mrs. Margaret I -
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hand in Albany, Ga. over th3i SUN MOX & TUES.
and Mrs. E. .J. Dowling, at St., Augustine Beach., Platt Ward of Lake Gene\a; a ,
Sr were in Lakeland over the Jan.' Mundorff' '' 'of FSU was home i weekend and were Joined by Lt. x&c brother Lynn Ward of Hastings; MAY '28, 29, & 30Swiss

.. weekend visiting their soninlawand last Friday evening. Tom Long of Fort Bennin?. i and a sister Mrs. Jacqueline "rJ 1 qlSrfty.S
Eston Jordan and Mrs. J. G.
daughter, Prof, and Mrs. R. Mrs. Fred (Guy and-daughter, I I Kelly, Columbia, S. 'c. I '
Holton Starke L. ', Reunion
of E. Jordtn f Family
M. Lee. Jane of Gainesville were. aa|l1r- Funeral services were held at .
Jacksonville and Mrs. Neal E. I
II Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Brown, Jr day guests of biro,, A. Z. Adkins.Mr. 3 p. m. Thursday in the! First I 1 John 3Iills and'DorotbY MrQnire.PLUS '

iv have returned from six weeks in 'and Mrs. John P, vCJardy, Boling funeral of Bradenton attended the w a s4 e. I!j I I Baptist Church. Keystone, C"iJiTOON
of an aunt, Mrs. E. F.
Avon Park where they were re- and children of Daytona Beach, Heights, with Rev, J. R. Smith
Jordan, in Tifton, Ga. last Friday "VED. :
v cuperating from an automobile and Mrs. Billy! Barber of'Zephyrhills officiating. Burial 'was in Key- THURS.,
afternoon. Mrs. '
the
accident at the home of his par- were weekend guests of Mrs. weekend with the Boling Holtons.spent A stone Cemetery with Masonic MAY 31, & JUNE 1

Sarah Hunter,, : e a rites at the graveside. I

ents.G.. E. AIR CONDITIONINGBROWN'S Mrs. Elise bass 'hM.,be n addedto Harold Mr. and Honnoll Mrs.of Jim Waynesville Killian ,and N. I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home j Affairs! In Havana

f' the City Clerk office atotf.Mr. was in charge of arrangements. I Raymond Burr, and Sara Shame.
REFRIGERATION
C. are spending ten days with Mr. "
and Mrs. Alvin.Ge.r.9 of Above is one of the many tables" which lined servers such as the one shown here were kept AND
Mrs. S. G. Denmark entertainedat and Mrs., W. F. Herlong.
Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. L. Miss each side of the huge BUS'' gym. Sophomores. busy serving punch to warm guests hi tight collars. Rev. Hemmingway ThunderstormCarlos
two tables of dessert-bridge S. Huttq and family on Sunday Penny Hollingsworth spent
Saturday evening for her houseguest Ira the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I To Be Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Truex of Garden I Thompson, and Linda:
Mrs. J. M. Vickers of Grove, Calif have, purchased I J. L. Hair and daughter, Anne in i Junior-Senior Prom Has Oriental Theme P Baptist I {Christian.
Lake By Airpark
Brunswick Ga. the Stauffer home on Route 1, City. j I II PLUS CARTOON
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby 'Starke and are retiring h-t''!. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong.j! r g3l'I I I'
An
in
evening oriental will
I visited Mr. and Mrs. Rex Dansbyin Mrs. ''J. M. Vickers and Daughter visited Mrs. Addie Wheeler in an Rev. L. Hemmingway :; FRI., & SAT.,-JUNE 2. & :.1
0,0 den the theme of the annual.
Orlando the was bring the message at the Airpark I '.
Adele, Ga. on Sunday. They Jean, of Brunswick Ga. set; i past week. last'::;:
T Mr. and Mrs. Junior-Senior Prom, hell Baptist Church revival Sunday | Hold That Hypnotist
Doyle Conner and
brought back with them J. B. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. t
Dansby Sr. for a week's visit. S G. Denmark. Carolyn and Janice children of Tallahassee spent the!) Friday night in the high school ;; night and after the service a Sta-aley Clements, and Jane Sigh.t .
f gymnasium. will be held honoring the
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill were in Vickers were guests of the H. H. j weekend with Mrs. Frazier Shaw I i party ANDWackiest
I I II and other relatives. Cherry trees and Japanese orn- veteran minister's 82nd:: birthday
Jacksonville over the weekend
Adams family. \
i aments used in out Ship In
were carrying
I anniversary.
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. M. Arch Thomas, Jr., Buddy Bishop, j I G. E. AIR CONDITIONING the theme, and servers from the'' Rev. Hemmingway organized ;
Lott, Sr., wr.| is ill. j Al Crosby, Jr., BUt Graham, Ben j' BROWN'S REFRIGERATION The ArmyPLUS
sophomore class were dressed in ,, the church in 1949 and was activeas
Mr.and (Mrs. Joe Thomas and
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j Suslow, Mr. and Mrs. Seeber GoodI -
I j Miss Louise Johns of Atlanta, i colorful Japanese costumes. its pastor until his retirement. CARTOON
son of Crescent City were Sunday ij I man, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth: !
visitors of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Gride? attended the State American Ga. was a weekend guest oMr.. The gym ceiling was draped
and Mrs, M. L. Johns Jr. of New, with white from which
Denmark and Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Legion convention, at Cocoa |' rrtp a canopy !j
Denmark. Beach! over the weekend.. J I }diver; and }Ir. and Mrs. :\[. L.. hung wind chimes and brightly ( GET COOL. .
Johns Sr. of Starke.
____ colored Japanese lanterns m var-
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Clearwaier were luncheon guests streamers
paper were suspended 1r

E last Rev.Friday.J. of Mrs.,Rev.Frazier L. Shaw.He- .y;, sa+ ,t t4a. from the canopy. Walls of the Mother & DaughterSPECIAL
NOTICEEFFECTIVE H. Mabry, A. gymnasium were hung with silverfish I j I !!

bert and Rev.. Charles Phipps nets, to which were attached -
I flew to St. Louis, Mo. Sunday to 'I N
colored sea horses and sea animals !
| attend the Southern Baptist Convention covered with flitter. i _

from Sunday to Saturday, I '".
A banboo "tea house", I
Eston Jordan and Mrs. J, G. stapding : :J at
in the middle of the dance floor I ILorraine's
Holton. are attending the funeralof
3 served band stand for BillByer's ,
as a
a brother-in-law, W. H. Linx- Beauty Shop

SATURDAY JUNE 3 wiler 'in Shreveport, La. Thursday orchestra from Gainesville,
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who provided music for dancing.
i morning.Mr. I Several members Junior 410 Short St.-One Block E. off St. Clair
of the
and Mrs. E. W. Hayes had Junior Jackie Kales) and senior escort Neil Phillips are being welcomed
WE WILL CLOSE AT Class costumes, ,
wearing Japanese
I as weekend guests Mrs. L. A.i to the 1961 edition of the junior-senior prom hi the .BHS gym

; I Weekly of Ocala, son, Jimmy last Friday night. Bowing deeply to her "honored guests"! is sopho-, presented a floor show which in-I Beautiful Lanolin I

NOON ON SATURDAYS Weekly Weekly! of Orlando of and son Beach., Milton more server Sally Hardin, wearing an authentic Japanese costume as eluded"Love Is a song A by Many Sandra Splendored Solano I Cold Wave for Mother 8.50

Daytona hhe carries out the oriental theme. I
The Hayes also have as a guest, I Thing. j Daughter's Cold Wave 2.50
Florida Bank at Starke Mrs. Emma Ludwig of Miami for! Refreshments of fruit punch. 'III

\ two weeks. !!. almond flavored cakes, :chicken: (Under 8 Years)

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tanner spent salad, and peanut polka dot

t Community State Bank of Starke the- weekend with Sgt. and Mrs.' sandwiches were served at tables I I I I II I BOTH FOR ONLY, 11.00

'J A.: \V. Chapman i in Columbus, Ga. which were decorated: with'ori-
,
I Mrs. Bessie Colson was visitingMr. ental fans chop sticks, Japanese
Limited Time Phont NOW!
Only 964-7285
, I Members F. D. I. C. I and Mrs. C. R. Andreu IE junks and miniature umbrellas. -
I i I Lake City pyer the w"eekend.Mr. ; R Twenty-five parents chaperoned Evenings by Appointment

a I and' Mrs. Billy Weldon and thisoutstanding event. ... .
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: :V j I daughter of Tallahassee and Miss
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I _- v-v .. I Martha Weldon of of F. will ate James Parker
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4 --r be homer r the weekend! 1

I 'Tommy Slade of Jacksonville
Dies
MondayJames
spent the weekend with his grandparents 1i

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade.
I Mr. and/Mrs.: Fred Snell spent rO 9T:1 Onard Parker 50 of

,14ffr THANKS the weekend at Daytona Beach. Hampton, died Monday in a

1 c Mr. and Mrs. Virgil :Mathewsof Gainesville hospital where he had MILK
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Atlantic Beach and Mr and been confined for several aays.

I I' tI Mrs. Bruce Mathews and daughtr A native of Cullan Ala., Mr. .w

I r S Fyn '''t' of'Gainesville were Sunday 'guests Parker was a carpenter & member .

; I ,.4f'T "'l lend :FOLKS!! of' Mr. and Mrs. Garl :Mathews. of the Baptist Church, and a '.Ecc

I Mr. and Mrs. 'Luther Pickering Veteran of World War H. i

R of Faulke, Ark. were overnight HYina. He is survived by hL: wife, gal. 'c

\ i' FROM guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs :' 1 .t Juanita Dyal Parker; a daughter, zt3 ,

I Gail Mathews and are visiting. Mary Alice Parker; one son Y.
i rr(; friends here this week
James Buford Parker, and his

Charles Lance of St. Simon Island father, John Henry Parker, all of ; Ice
Kenneth P. LaRue CreamEggs
Ga. spent the weekend with Hampton; two brothers, Dennis

eer M his mother, Mrs. M. W. Lance. i YR'i Parker of .F nt, Mich., and Her-

I Rev. and Mrs. Luis Diaz de Arce aY shel Parker,=Hampton; three sisters Bread I

$ K SPONSOR OFf i and family of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs- Opal Breaker, ard Mrs. I

j + II who moved' to this country from Dorothy H1,gins. both of Flint, I @l opotra,you know

f .;? *+ w *: ,a4 Cuba last September, will move VQf Mich.! and Mrs. Dimple Bussy Was a sleek l solid siren Cottage Cheese

.1. :E. H. 'HOMESIN I into the bid' Methodist Parsonageat ? Valdosta, Ga. I[I She drank'milk by the cast -

i48 N. Church Street on June 'Funeral services were held at ] To keep from firm' Orange Juicei

,:lJ 3. -Rev.. de Arce has 'been connected 2 p. m. Wednesday in Jones Memorial -

J _" THIS AREA : with for the First Methodist Sophomore -servers Ifenree Lou Dennis, Sally Hanlin, Geraldine Chapel with Rev W. P.

f .'t.'i;."."" .....". II. months Church and his the past several- Gay and Arlen Bias leant atmosphere to the Prom as they pose In McElroy pastor of the Hampton
ry family will join Baptist Church, officiating. Bur- I
the Japanese: costumes.
I him. as soon. as school'is? out. ial was in the Hampton Cemetery
Mr. ana Mrs. J.- -w.-- Killian ofWaynesville under! the direction of DeWitt C. !
Mrs. Mattie
I GahagaiJ; returned Mr. and Mrs. Cary Nazworth of
N. C. are here for a, Jones Funeral Home. i
' Kenneth LaRue and Bradford Building 'Supply, who short stay 'in their cottage on N.I Saturday, from three \weeks.; visit I II !Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and

furnishes the materials and stands I behind them on all ;, Cherry 'Street. 'with her sons, Po well.IGahagan |Mrs. Barney McRae on Saturday.

locally built IEH Houses, express sincere thanks, toeveryone : W. W. Hood'and John C. Greeneof and family in Savannah, Ga., Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss Joseph Wallace or me State

I who participated in making. the formal Open Camp Blanding are attendingthe Emmett Gahagan and family in ,Madge Middleton spent thrweek- Farm is a medical patient in
Bradford
I|{ County Hospital.
last weekend. Society of American Foresters I ?
House the tremendous success it was end with Mrs. Mae Jones in Jack- ..
,1i in Bluff ton, S. C., and Mrs. U. J.j.< -
meeting Daytona Beach.
t h j JFonville.Mr.i .
i i Several thousand people from Starke and surround, fi 'Toni' Pownall, son of Mr.. and Beckham in Hardeevilje! ]; S. C. J
and Mrs. Don Neel and
i ing communities came out and, visited our: "'display, J Jj Mrs. Malcolm Pownall of Starker Mr. and Mrs. Jack S'; >r pp and I'son Donnie attended "open? v r '

j homes at 400 Nest Madison Street. 'They were given A will receive in industrial a Bachelor Silence Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp of New. I i house" at the Jacksonville Naval L i_ OLEN"S I

, tours of these homes and had a, chance to i inspect and : da degree Southern 'arts at Flori- .Smyrna were Monday '!Visitors' of .!Air Station on Saturday Armed ; :

the_ quality 1 materials, designs and construction College commencement Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. ;,Forces Day. I.
compare exercises on Stay 29. He. is 00 } ,
into all IEH Homes. M .. SOON BECOME
that goes a member of Lambda Chi fraternity ,; WILL

Hill : and,aeyeVas pledge train- i
been furnished \ 8'
The Chestnut model has beautifully ei and ',manager. 1t

( I and decorated by Denmark's Furniture Company, j 'T, Sgt. and Mrs. James Gassett i j T t

, 1 Slade Gas Company and 'l'Virikler Electric Company. ; arid children-of,Bossier City, La. ., 1 1r 1w

ere spending a 30-day: leave with ..,.
i i r Mrs. Willard Pass was, the winner f.die Door; PrizeI Mrs. Nora. Patray 'and )Ir. and

a lovely three piece early American Bedroom Suite[ with Mrs. M. L. Johns Sr. STARKE RECAP CO. of

all cedar drawers. | George Patten, son of Judge .

and. ,Mrs. G.)... Patten 'of St..rke. :{

I Again Mr.' LaRue and.his entirepeTSonhel! ; offer was recently"' elecfedVledge trainer- Is Now Dealer '; :L1acompete!

their sincere thanks' to all the merchants.and citizens. I for PI 'Kappa; Delta! )national,hon- f: '

for their wonderful help and' support S1 re.Tftey extend fI f iI orary speech fraternity'at Stetson 1. : '

invitation to who visit the Unv rsitr", : For IF- :: i rr Department"Siore"
I an everyone .could'np} | : disj j '
$Ir. and Mrs- C. J. Harris of
during the Formal Opening, and \io'thole'whb did I

attend play to visit us anytime:and let our'' lalified staff f'f'I f j i iI Fred Jacksonville''BairlsSSldaughUr: acid ,W', 'and'b,{Yancey is. J.- MODAC! ENGINE BELTS & + for EveryMember

I I answer any questions. of' 'j3aBesy{ $e Attended '> I. i '

family get-together on _
Sunday of the Family
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LaRue Corporation firmly believes that'evpry fanjiIy r
May! .1 U, at !the hom of Mr. and a E
'should'own a home'of their own, and they taD i afford Mrs. Lex Green. Also there were I :. WE HAVE IN STOCK A 1 / r pt

I'' it with ;jlhe 'No! ''Down Payment, Low Monthly Terms Mr. and'Mrs. H. L.'Speer And Mr.; AND V/nHSUT' EXCEPTION

f \ I now available through the'Institute of Essential' Hous- ; and Mrs.'Q. J.McOrtf; of Starke. FULL LINE AND ALL SIZES > } Y U'LL ALWAYS GET ,

ing. t Mrs Rufus Hutching has beena > -

i medical patient; in Bradford :1"7 FIRT '

We .wpuldl Like,tQ Remind) you that our displays.are ; County Hospital. tor, the Dart,'two MRKE RECAP CO. ; qUALI"
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R h .ppepldaily: from $;0-Q AJI. to 8:00,P.M. ,for: your personal 4 week,v
t : - .. MERCHANDISE!
:
inspection Mrs Laura paterson of.Bartow '
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THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1961
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BRADFORD CO DATY TELEGRA..PH. STAKKE, FLOBIDA
FACE TURELi
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Girls AuxiliaryOf Public Invited To i
t.; Fishing Is Good S
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1 Brooker Baptists .Prison Fl wer Show i.

Hold ServiceAn *. t 4 4I Santa. Fe River
I The public is invited to attend
\ .
i impressive the first: annual flower show in
presentation ser- Fishing in the Santa Fe Riveris

vice was held by the Girls Auxi- the Florida State Prison club now unusually good, accordingto

liary of the Brooker Baptist r I house from 12 noon to 9 p. m. reports received by the Game
Gladys Moot, Church at 8 p. m. Sunday, May and, Fresh Water Fish Commission.
_____ Friday, and from 9 till 12 + -
--- ------------- .. ., .A 14. The church auditorium was L{ a. m.. I I ;

Mrs. Raymond DeVoe *. ';--J::; beautifully decorated in the GA rks noon Saturday. Recent high waters which created :
..... colors of yellow green and white. ] The show Is being sponsored i poor fishing for the past
( Honored With {u **
>' Vocational Agriculture-Division
1 Stork Shower ) ;.f with white l'' for the last several weeks, and :
of the ,prison's Education Department -
f gladioli and several potted palms I the river level is now at its best, !
rY. framed the archway at the fri it It will include some 200
:Mrs. Raymond DeVoe was honored .. \ I ; the report said.
It of the church. A large Girls AUxIliary exhibits prepared by the prison
,
with a stork shower Monday | A large number of black bass .
I I inmates under the direction: of
f emblem was used at :the top
evening given in the Fellowship II I) I are being caught on artificial
M. B. Jordan vocational agriculture -
hall of the First Christian Church I) 6. of the arch which was covered lures and the panfish such as ,

Hostesses were Mrs. Margaret I s with, greenery and yellow chrys 1 teacher. "redbreasts and shellcrackcrs are

Blankenship, :Mrs. Charlie Cowen, :, 1'r anthemums. The decorations were Each adult woman attending on the spawning beds. I
Mrs. Lonnie Fulhvood. Miss Elaine in charge of Mrs. E. L. Lester. j the' show will be presented with t. S.h c. According to current reports, I
awarded an emblem by Mrs. Jack gram was closed ,with benediction her choice of one small! plant IE
Colson, Mrs. Ed Prevatt, Mrs. VIr- The GA Maidens wore pale n .,, 1 reduction of water in the outlying E
gil Jordan, Mrs. Gerald Griffis, -p green dresses the Ladie$-I.u-Wait-,Mabry of Starke president of the 'by Rev. James L. Temple. from the several varieties m dis- (sloughs has concentrated me fish !

I !Mrs. Bob Badgett, Mrs. Dan Harley ing wore pastel yellow and Prin- New River Associational Women's The girls honored: for passing play.The Gail Reddish Gets I into the main river channel resulting !;

Mrs. J. B. White, Mrs. Carlton cesses were dressed in white. Each Missionary Union. their:forward steps were: Barbara prison has been assisted in in extremely good fishing ;

Chastain end Mrs. Ed Hicks. jirl carried a white Bible. i !'I Jo Parrish, Arlene Register, Myra setting up its horticulture area by Theology' Degree I at the present time. .
I Pink gladioli and blue hydran- Sr Mrs. Lloyd Dyal GA counselor Parrish' [Maidens]; Sue Douglas, the Florida Federation of Garden
for freshwater
each The daily bag limit i
As presented,
group was F
t-y the opening and closing
gave
geas in beautiful arrangementswere Ramona Harrell Dottie Sue Kelly Clubs whose members provided Gail Reddish, daughter of Mr.

used to advantage in decorating r the girls' were questioned by Mrs. comments, and presented the' Hilda ,Harrell. ErnestUv Lester funds for the construction of a and Mrs. R. D. Reddish of Route take 35 fish panfish allows a Including fisherman red to I I
James L. Temple Ga director on three Princesses with GA pins., [LadiesinWaitingPatty' greenhouse at the prison.
points of interest in the 2, Starke will receive the Gradu- finned pike 10 black bass 15
some phase of the work they had Mrs. Kenneth Green sang "A Bigham, Janice Mott and Regina
hall
The for the occasion. rw been studying. Each girl was then Child of the King," and the pro- Harrell [Princesses] Garden Wins First ate of Theology diploma from chain pickerel, and 30 white bass i
refreshment table was cov- I \ Tennessee Temple Bible School [found in West Florida] for a i

) ered with a white linen cloth and iJ7 Garden Club Miss Stern Sets Lavora Half Season Of total of 90 fresh water game fish.
centered with a crystal punch d I I Capps.Entertained Chattanooga Tenn. at commence- size limit fresh
Is
I There no on any
I 'bowl. On either side of the bowl Installs OfficersAt Piano Recital'The At Slow Pitch Softball II I I ment exercises on May 29. water fish in Florida. Legal pos-

l were crystal candle holders with Supper MeetingNew Bridal I After receiving her degree Miss session limit is two days bag limit. 1
Shower
\ /burning1 i pink tapers. M piano students of Miss Garden Restaurant defeated the 1

\ Two games were played during Louise Stern will present their annual Lawtey Chiefs 19-17, and also beat Reddish. plans to enter missionarywork ;
the party hours and prizes were officers of the Starke Gar- spring recital at 8 p. m. Mrs. Broward Capps. :Mrs. Presbyterian 22-1 last week to win in Latin America. Rescue Unit

I awarded to Mrs. Virgil Jordan and den Club were Installed rot the Tuesday .May 30., in the high Blanche Barker, and Mrs. J. C. their ninth and tenth games of To Elect Officers I

t Mrs. Smith DeVoe.Approximately Wink] r-Sheppard I annual, covered-dish.supper meet- school auditorium. I Smith entertained at a lovely bridal the season without a loss in the "Mein Kampf"
ing Monday night in the Episco- .
50 guests were The following pupils will take shower Monday evening at the Slow-Pitch 'Softball League. Bradford County's Civil Defense -
To
Florida
Engagement ToldMr. pal Parish House. Coming
invited to attend this delightful part on the program: Lavern Out- These victories! gave Garden will tonight
Rescue Unit meet -
home of the latter on Wilson Road
\ affair. Mrs. Harry C. Lunsford, district ]law Jt., Ann Terwillegar] Priscilla the championship for the first
and Mrs. E. A. Winkler of director from Gainesville installed Dodd, Patty Whitehead Harry honoring Miss Lavora Capps. Miss half. of play in the City League. I "Mein Kampf," an authentic f [Thins at:30: In the i

Three Attend Starke announce the engagementof the following: president, Mrs. Hatcher III, Nancy,, Gay, Archie Capps and fiance'RoylH.; Spradleyof In other games played last week :documentary film from l' secret j(courthouse elect permanent officers i

their daughter Merry Agnes M. P. Hazen first vice-president Thomas, Linda Futch, Harold He- Jacksonville, are both studentsat the Panthers defeated Lawtey Nazi files tracing the rise'and fall Corresponding SecretaryBill !f

District Meet Of to George Harwell Sheppard son Miss Dorothy Ross; second vice- bert, Byron Terwillegar, Judy Brigham Young University 10-6, while Presbyterians won of Hitler's Reich is playing at Soto has announced.

of Mr. and Mrs. George Sheppardof president Mrs. A. Russell Nor Whitehead Marilyn Bollinger Provo their first game of the season the Florida Theatre this:Sunday Any Interested persons are invited -
Utah. married
Hospital They will be d
'. Auxiliary Trenton. man; third vice-president Mrs.P. Martha Bellinger Evelyn Sinclair a I beating the Professors 23-22 in Monday and Tuesday. to attend the meeting and

Mrs. H. B. Hamilton, Mrs. Rob- The marriage will take place! at T. Nolin; recording secretary David Silcox J. Roy Chasteen, June 12' in the Salt Lake City an exciting. game. The Profs clos The film Includes scenes'r never become members of the organization -

bie Shaper and Mrs. Maxie Carter 8 p. m. on Saturday July 8. in Mrs. J. D. Doylef *corresponding Joyce Denmark, Gregory Alvarez, Utah Temple Church of Jesus ed out 'their first half schedule publicly shown before film foot-' he said. The unit is just

J Sr. attended the Northeast district the First Baptist Church, Starke. secretary Mrs. V. V. Hazen, and Martha Siemer Geraldine Gay Christ of Latter Day Saints. with a 16-10 win over Co. C. age of mass murders, mass lime getting organized and has 14

meeting of the Florida Hos- Miss Winkler is a graduate of treasurer. Mrs. Harry Mooty. Parliamentarian Joann Scott, Rose. :Marie Starling The Smith home was attractive e The second half of play for the pit graves concentration, camps, members at present.

pital Auxiliaries in the Schultz Bradford County High School, Mrs. R. P. Young; Lorraine Priest Marcia Haynes, for the occasion with colorful arrangements season will begin Monday, May and unbelievable scenes, of the The unit also received two more

.. auditorium of St. Vincent's Hospital and Florida State University Tal- and Chaplain, Mrs. Paul Ray Romesa Dodd, Marcia Griffis, of pink hydrangea 29. Warsaw Ghetto, so horrifyingthey donations during the past week-

on May 18. lahassee. She is a member of the mond. Mary Bellinger-. and Jackie Bales. white I gladioli, and red and pink StandingsW were even kept from the $25 from the Starke Jaycees and

Eleven auxiliaries were American Dietetic Association and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. and Mrs. There is no admission charge, carnations interspersed with] L GB German people. $10 from Mrs. Emma Hill of Law-

I aented. A coffee preceded repre-the is employed at the J. Hillis Miller Chrystal Smucker were electedto and the public is cordially invited. Queen Anne's lace. The imported Garden 10 0 "Mein Kampff" was awarded a ley.
Health Center in Gainesville. membership.Gifts lace-covered refreshment table Professors 7 3 3
meeting followed by a questionand prize at the Fourth Inter ational
Mr. Sheppard is a graduate of of appreciation were pre- Ladies held, an arrangement of Queen Panthers 4: 4.5,
Council
Film
answer period. Luncheon was Festival In San Francisco
Trenton High School and served sented to Mrs. Lunsford to Mrs. Anne'sla blue stock blue for Company C 3 5 6
served in the nurses dining room last year and is one of the biggest
I after which a film. "Mr. and Mrs. two years in the U. S. Arn y. He M. F. Hazen for a successful year Holds Social ,get-me-nots and stokesia. i Lawtey 3 7 7 motion picture attractions in
graduated from the Alachua of leadership as president, and Several I Presbyterians 1 9 81i
Last were
appropriate games
I Maternity was shown. ThursdayThe Europe today. Florida
I County Vocational School of to Miss Clara Leaman for her 'played during' the party hours,: I ,

\ Baked Ham nursing and is employed in the faithful service as Chaplain and social meetings of the Ladies 7:30Q 10 o'clock by the 25 guests 4 -S

| Clipper Alachua General HospitaL chairman of the Birds and Conservation Council of the First Christian Mr. and Mrs. Capps and. Mrs.. .. It's Time For That New I

,Being Sponsored committee since 1951. Church were held last Thursday Barker plan to leave June 3 for *

By Altar Brownie Scouts MiSS Leaman's ability wide range night in the homes of the hoc; Provo M ,,.Utah to attend their daughter's Graduation Hairdo!
I Society oj of experiences and her generous tesses. wedding and will carry her Theatre
I I To Swim '
A baked ham supper is being SaturdayThe nature made her programs and Circle One met with Mrs. Ed bridal gifts to her at thattn.e. For a new loveliness at this special occasion y

j sponsored by St. Edwards Altar Brownie Scout swimming devotionals especially interesting.she Prevatt. The devotional was given let us give :you a new Creation. But, ,d
of birds
From her knowledge
i,I Society on Thursday, June 1, in party will be held Saturday. May has identified more than 50 different Circle by Irene TWO White.met with Miss Beta Sigma Phi better call us for appointment TODAY! SAT., MAY 27Double
St. Edwards Parish Hall starting 27 at the home of Mrs. T. G. Elaine Meets
kinds of birds around her MondayBeta
Colson.
The devotional
; at 11:30: a. m. and continuing Ritch on Kingsley Lake. The girls was con- Feature Program
II home and has conducted bird ducted by /Mrs. Cleo Harley. If Your Car License is No. 45.45
through 7:30 D. Warren'sfor I
p. m. Tickets will will meet at Mrs. J. Sigma Phi sorority met
't be sold at the door.- transportation.ROBBINS' walks for,, interested members, Circle Three met at the homeof Monday night at the'home of Mrs. A FREE SHAMPOO AND SET See Two Great
junior and
, talked to Gardeners, Mrs. Louise Newman. The devotional
-
each Ben Moxley with Mrs. Paul Canova Awaits you at our Salon Watch this space : Westerns
given an interesting program was given by Mrs. Rose
year to the club. Her experiencesas i' Bell Tomlinson.. During the business as co-hostess. After the, bupi-_ every week for new winners. \

; SUMMER a foreign missionary and her i I I meeting plans: were made to ness Barbara meeting the members honored -! Last week's winner-Mrs. McGee 1st. Feature
Ward with
devoted Christian life added inspiration place flowers in the church for a surprise .
kitchen shower.: .011I eurtuw rex na.w
to her devotionals.Club I June and to collect all Glamo-Ree
money on .. Hair Stylist .
i This was the last meet o f .' RICHARD EGAN
members 'planning to the stoop for the
are annex door of .
Miss
rug until September.; A picnic Ellouise Ph. 964.8341 Afio.Keith "
family -
awry
attend the State Prison Flower i the fellowship hall. DEBRAPAGET
I.. '5 :
is planned during the summer. 353 N. Temple Avenue .' :' 'S ;..
99I Mrs. Newman -, .
$ Show, in a group on Friday or assisted by her 4 .
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:" Saturday. Members planning to mother, Mrs. L. J. Kite, served re- ELVIS PRESLEY

,,.. ., attend Friday are asked to con- freshments.The .
.. ?<. tact Mrs. M. F. Hazen and those next meeting will be held .

I \ attending on Saturday are to call June 15 with Mrs. Julia Wells. T ."'" '
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Mrs. A. Russell Norman or Mrs.

Young. jj j Ladies' Class j

\ The Parish House was decorated Of First Methodist o SAF99 I AND

for the installation service I ::

and covered dish supper with I Holds ,PartyThe .. ;' .f "' 'I. 2nd. Feature
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of ....
artistic spring
} arrangements newly formed Ladies ?
ti Sun- .
flowers. The officers' dining table day School Class of. the First r: ..: One Foot in HellWITH
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i : held a fan-shaped arrangement of .I Methodist Church held a combined ,. 1" ..., .-":. 'f. -J
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pastel-shaded bachelor "puttons. i picnic and stork shower at the ... : ;:r.'.:i-. ""'.'''..;' .. -i, b. ,J :
y white gladioli, and 'gardenias. !, home of Mrs. Frow Strickland at -ice.: ';": ';;' .,. : :r .,' ] Alan Ladd
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Down the length of the long table 1 Kingsley Lake on May 17. ... ;.:":" .,,- ;b..> .
:( t.<.. <':! ,
were sprays of fern corn flowers, After a short swim, the eight 1. ,, Iyrr.r. a AND
Flats :
Sandals, and gardenias. members and their 13 small chil- ;; ti ". Dolores Michaels
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I'I'Sh oe SALE Wedgies oren enjoyed a picnic lunch on the i ;! r k .
White, Black HIGHLANDBAPTIST : I CINEMASCOPE & COLOR
dock. After lunch
a surprise stork v r .
CHURCH
s.S
Patent LeatherROBBINS' shower ,. "A GOOD WESTERN"
was given for Mrs. Jac- .
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. quelyn Ewing.All f ii i- -, Cartoon: Bone Bandit

Morning Worship 11 a. m. and women who are not,attend 't' ::.. .. ,.$ 1

DEPARTMENT STORE 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each ing Sunday School at present are .. h ,
I Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. invited to join the class. '. : J..r",.., ,. \ SUN., !MON., &: TUES.

"The Store of Values" ',George Chism pastor. Everybody .- ;: : 5 y !MAY 28, 29, & 30

welcome. Piano Recital Set ... .. : ..t

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For Next ThursdayMrs. I ...,,:y u :. A.p. ." .'
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MOTHER : E. M. Davis will present .i.'!; b. .TOfflc UL

e. her. piano pupils, In a recital ', :

{ "< """"' '' S\ Thursday evening June 1 at 8 '1-: 1
-\1', o'clock in the Clarke Woman's ___ !
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be: Janet Nichols Peter Fancher. ,
,,, #'Y :: f Bust VignettefI I :
1 : ", ," Linda Lee, Buddy McRae aineless :
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Melody Cuttino Claudette Peterson .w Ith a "quick recovery .
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II : : Susan Judd; Billy McRae ,
: PORTRAIT; Gilda Graham Linda Paterson. wafer. heater and modern electric rang i STORY OF HITLER'S RICH1'AlEUlJIDamrmms

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:'1 Stephen Smith Jayne Hardy. ;
1 .J Janice Ritch, Carolyn Barry )- -:'" 'NJ, ;..;*'' Tool!! enjoy a Electric Water Heater. SO SAFEr-for preoooe aram neq
FOR $ 00 peace of mind..No constant-burning pilot light so CONVENIENT' :
Janet Mich- "'. :
| Hardy
WandaLewis
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,'.... ">> \, .... ONLY instaUi anywhere...need flue vent. -
41 'v'. no or SO QUICKI-a
.'X" ,.. super-
.", ," ., \ ', \ ael Sheppard, Beth and Dorothy Sponsored by the Bradford Hi
.(.'..,.. ." ', ', .
: ;<\;'.:,' ,.''kt<' ,' ; : ,' '". Mixon. Michael Sheppard will .. -. fast "Quick-Recovery" model is the. answer to a lot of hot water ***- t.
I $) : reqaired in a hurry. PTA.
"a 35c Mo a
have the last part of the'program sl! 4 F" '

Regular $10.00 Full Figure $1.00 Extra and will play compositions of .. .' .: Team it op with an Electric Range. 69 COOLfItaya up r .' Adults 75c, Children 35e.

Value Limit Bach. Chopin, and Gershwin. r ,,' to 16 degree cooler: SO CLEAHIlace! handkerchief' dean Cartoon: Lions Busy
SATISFACTION!' 2 Children To A Family, The public.is cordially invited. .BO flame...walk and curtains stay deaner,longer. -. s ,

NO GUARANTEED APPOINTMENT'- : Age: Weeks to 10 Years ..:." Heady a 2Eaa modern Florida families have already faitched to .. t '

NECESSARY Additional 1 Children $2.00' Eacfc' ,: Recent Births 'f"iit the fiamelflSB> electric way. SO ECONOMICAL, too!-because &mJ -- '. WEBTHURS., & FRL

.r _. 5'S shine Service Electricity DOW even a bigger bargain. J A.Y,31, JUNE 1 & 2
Hours to 12- 1:00 to 5:30 \ Bradford County Hospital an- Electric *&**
For the
,. Range yo 1 want Tint your appliance dealer .
BARBERREE STUDIO 'WILL.GIVE YOU A SELECTION 0F'POSES FROM. nounces the following births CrawfoM: ; -jffid for the right size and style of Water Heater, see your dealer,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E.
WHICH. ,TO. CHOOSETHURSDAY pfcanber or electrical contractor. '
Jr., Starke a son, Randall Robert, ,
ITHt
:May 20. S LAflTII
FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 25 26 Mr. and Mrs. Bloods- ,
27 Stanley'Q. @ LOFT
worth, Lake Butler a son, Stan- 1iv1o a1d L' GOHTf tJT

ley Trent May 20. ,a .. 4 '
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Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Menzen, \ #

t -BARKSDALE'S Keystone Heights a. daughter, 11111l1.P/E- .,. I a t111T i' C O'MP111 AtlantiS Lost Continent

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I. r.J .mUlt, '. BfiADKOED COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA ": ,mrnsDAY. ')1.! 5, ,1961 :i

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: 'Cr-.-...,_. ._, .'_" ._...'... ._.-',_. ,._...." P"'",.'.-. _'_- ._i.,.., ..... _J_ -. ,, .1 I V SOT1CE 16 minutes, U 774.23 feet' thence! .
"; ; Notice Is Hereby Given that the !i run N Si degrees 36 minutes ;0
I .
I undersigned< desiring to engage in seconds J,: ?tHly.
I farmer's Diary "j business under the fictitious namo right 't of way line of State Road. tOll, I
'. : of "JACKSOX & BISHOP* Vat %13 tiieiu-e. run rf ill degrees 10 'minutes : WatermejonV
>3t r- : ;-| VBj : .V. 'Cherry Street; in the City of 30 set-onus W 65 :J5 feet thencerun
I V Sam iVfcGan-ey .. I Starke, Florida intends" register >; 7s: degres ;56 minutes 3tf *ec-\
the said aaane with the Clerk of the; onds W 443.S; feet thence run \ 2 _.
.s. ,, Circuit Cpurtwot.Eradford County, degrees :51 'minutes 30 seconds XVI "'" ,V" ..
,. -- i Florida 4: ** V V j.I ltKC.2:: feet to said P. 0. B., being .
iJ a
*' held-' \\. T. Javkson -' I I all 'of NXV 4 of S5J3U of NE'4. and Slice/ Whole/ V. "
( and ihe* snake until the farmer *-..1L. .\. 'flishop V !jtnut portion uf tiE 1,4 of SB:** of or
got- a;shotgun killed It.Wve *- 5-23 4t 6-15 i 2CJ3: U Vest of $tat? Road tot, and V V '
A a portion of the S5AVH of SKU Of
Welcome/
Assistance
vjera.caUtfeafchv .I NBU of said Sect., Twp. and, ICE BOX OR LARGE SIZEHERB'S
snakes buf dfd-:not \ Range in Bradford County Florida.
a ( think they t
'ike.lrrit. Court Of The Eight" You and 'each of are lur..hY'notified V
a ChairmanDirector'end ll'Jinrad .of the Florida Dc1 would m ss around with the poisonous Judicial *" Circuit: Of' Flurlda la that a suit you in equity has'

"Vfelopinent l Commission i i's urging all communities i that do not types.V VV i And F..rJ Bradford Counts V : IBCkamrrry been brought by A. E. ileKinney,
I I : \ r. j Jr. AT. H. Xoaff, Jr., and Elizabeth! H DRIVE IN i ito
I Commission immediately I l'\"E :%o.i8. "
have "Committees of 100" to contact the '. i A'oegel, his wife, against ynu and
ttI'tbU.sI.i: 'lTLJ04I : also against Corn D.1unto., Jessie
I for assistance in organizing: such groups.In .We see by_the-htadunes. : tl-iat1 i !)I 'A. "E.V .:iltKinney, Jr., et,al., Plaintiffs Mae: :Scott Crack Prevail Carrie OPNL: TILL 12:00 P. )!. !
explaining that the Commission starting an. intensified an all-out attempt 'IS. going .ta.J 1!: Vi K.. U SKrickland L.Defendants. t'arby Ritch Map- Jones' and < s. !
No rain again this week and the .I' UiHiver-Futch Company and C. ,
I -\'j
made to .
owl1ty. {
"dry Bradford '
program establish Committees of 100, up NOTICE OF' SUIT t Kutch the sole survivlngpartner Vas I
to help all areas as << I IV
wI, drought which haS ,lasted almost. Of course they are referring tof J f V In The >arne Or The State of ; defendants .in th Cir Mr. Jarrad declared that "Experience, has $shown that injdustry Florida To -, i iU. V
two months! is really burning that OkJ Demon tol ; : > V Bradford County Florida In'] I
Bum and not B. Strickland, Sallie D: Magee -
.. generally speaking, locates in those communities things up. The summer showersare James F.;, Jones Chancery and yoU''are<(saroniorted.j
I r inta l.,,Unless we. get 'soite rain Jessie Jones ordered and required :o file your ,

"5. that have strong', unified, hard-hitting sales teams." due to start any day now,: soon, .this place i? going to 'make II Jentii spouse. llagaman H any, Wilbcrt and hers IS. unknown lingers!'Complaint written answer flltd: : "or herein defenses against; to )th 00*l] MAYDAY SALE !

.;HiI. Even without this encouragement from !tlje Florida Development and they can't come any too soon: the Sahara' look, like a muci pond and his unknown spouse, if -:any., ;;iin. fue above Entitled cause in thaioffice
.'" XV. U. U&gers, Krancia U. Hodge of the Clerk of Circuit Court '
Commission this would be parbcularly..appr9p. I to help the crops.Strawberry by ,
comparison.
a also known as Fannie 1: Hodges of Bradford County Florida, in the -

lot riate: time for Starke and Bradford County to form its Committee -f : n.er and Owen. her' Owens unknown, and". pouse his ,,unknown if any County Florida/on Court or beore House June :26.Otarke 1961,,J V.* Chiordane gust a I'V .59.

I of iOO, since such a group ,could work handinglovewith U patches are In ConBtr J'.Ir'; :' ri(," .. spouse, if 11)if, alive and if dead and to serve a copy of such answer '
I in 4ad shape, except whero irrigation rt.'Ia.; : hd the unknown heirs, devisees\ gran- ir defenses upon' Hollis A" Knight '
the new .Bradford .County Development Authority I being For Urnd/urd. ('C'wuotr'uri. I|I tees, creditors, lienors and oth 'relallIatlt.to whose address Is P. o. Box HIS, Screen P.ruf - pint S 1.19
is In
used. One }; Alfred '
grower re: : tate of L, }!ruwn. the hereinafter lekcribed -I| = ,.,_ ,
Florida plaintiffs' attorneyherain. } V
11whLh was created at this session of the State Legislature. dec. V:' i. Starke. v <} '
who set of l Jiihds, by, through; under: or
an
put acre Improved NOTICE : ; on or before such date. Ma
I In issujng his, advice to Florida cities and towns, Mr: Missionary and Albritton plants All creditors TO CREDITORS the estate of ..\1- against each such deceased; the unknown -. required by the Laws flit Florida j Root-Lowell l Sprayer .-0 V 4.95V14t.4
heirs, devisees: legatee .
,
Rules of
the Florida .Ch'Ul'ro-
and |
.
fred V.
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Brown
Jarrad pointed out that with some few exceptions; major said he's afraid he's losing the notified* and deceased, are hereby grantees, creditors and all other cedure; If you fail to do so, decree j ; V
,11'. ''i industry in Florida has tended to locate in Jacksonville entire claipjs! demand required to V file! any parties or persons claiming any interest pro confesso will be entered against' 1. 3 V2 Gal. R. 6.95 -' ,
new patch due to a lack cf rain. hay or ? which they may in' and to the hereinafter described you for the' relief demanded in lot .. ;. i ,<< .,
Tampa St. Petersburg Orlando! Pensacola and in the area S. against said estate in the office lands, by through, under complaint. ,
of 'the County Judge of Brad asainsV each Fannie B. Jones notified that the t
Hilt fJ'9m'Vest Palm. Beach to Miami. "In each of these places, The tobacco crop, too, is feeling ford County at Florida. in the Courthouse or also known as F. B. Jpnes; deceased nature You are.of said further suit is to remove WaterHose '
J ", the effects and unless we get Starke Florida within William C. Jonw< also knownas clouds from and quiet the title of I \ .
ther is a strong Committee of 100 or similar group, he eight calendar months from the date \\'. C. Jones, det-eased, James the above d.-scribed tV I
l some rain soon the plants will of the first publication of this no- T. Jones, deceased Christina Jones, I plaintiffs to indefeasible fee '. -25.ft. 1 1.5.!
declared.. tice. Each claim demand real estate-as an S i" :
must! be Jessie C. Prevail deceased !-
not reach full size and thre will deceased. simple' title.
While continuing to work with the metropolitan areas in writing and must state. the placeor :; Joseph Jones, deceased Fred, this order and V
It is ordered that
III ; I : .
a1"decreased'yield. residence .and office V ;VV 2..51)
post '
be Plantings: address Jones deceased Mallie Jones deceased -I once a SOft. ;1
Guy notice shall be published .
V the Commission haa stated its intention to assume greater we've seen range from kneehighto of by the the claimant claimant and, his must be 'swornto Oliver Jones, deceased and week for four consecutive. weeks in : ; *. 4 VV'V ;.V
agent-or his respectively: I "
: J.V C Jones'!, deceased Telegraph. a
I III responsibility for helping smaller communities and rural attorney or" If will become I Bradford County
void
one patchV Lake Butler, which ac- Bell Douglas whose residenceis P/radford
in .
Cora published '
It'llII..I.': areas to organize strong local sales groups that are essential is flowering out.Alice cording-.May 16, 1J61.law. Houte 2; all Fox 321 Brewton or parties: Alabamr | '. Cownty newspaper, }Fiorfda and having a general :; \\ater Sirink1er - V. .. .4.9
and persons
cin-ulatiW in said County. 4 V
V
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I
A. J. ThonasJr-
il'IM for. successful. industrial development. S 6 II or claiming to laany Clerk of the
I bavins
as
WitnesS my'hand
::'.. Trained: representatives of the Commission's IndustrialS I is taking a series of allergy -: Attorney V Ry:: (S for) Oeorg\drulnlstrarrlxDolly &H.' Pierce right. title or'interest in or to the said Circuit Courtfcat! Court< Starke.and the Bradford seal of I T Weed l Killer (covers 4800 sq ft.) 1.19V ,
said
:'It,t> Division, have already started meeting ,;iUi'l local chambers. J ] tests and this week it was. I First: publication"on Brown, May. 18 1911 V, U W-W Sec.cor.: < ford CountY' :Florida, this, 23jd day,

I"I'lMill. to.help*,them), create their. Committees of '100 for the purpqse.qf found out, thatshg.'is.aUerg'ic; ; to I 3-1S 4t 6-8. Twp.N'i 6 S.. R. 22 K., thence run :: of(C.IRCriT May 1961.COURT SEAL
and CAMELS!! So cnie vsee.us by !all' .- SS degrees 29 minutes 10 econds tS) Charts 4Parhy Florida Pest Control)
industry.
attracting! xjevelqping: new S 1 degreeGO
.I. feet thence run Circuit fourt of
means. bu$ please leave your camels IN The Circuit Court Of 'fbrKijiUth E 717.S As Clerk of
:" .: The .ke-Blradiforfl County; Chamber of Commerce : Judlrl l. (Circuit Of Florida Bradford County Florida.

should take: advantage of this!, offer: and have its Committeeof at home.Incidentally.. In.>Alld.r'Ckaneerjr.CASK.Bradford Count1 }.' 1O.Hollvi. A". Kp 42.glt, I V .3.. 2V. Madison St. Phone; 964-365

1KJ:( ready: to function' ,when! the"first funds become available V Mrs. Frank Land- V DIVUKCU 12-A87|V; Starke, Tlorid'aAttorney for' %'1atntitfs.V

to. t1e'} Development Authorifr.b rum iiidentifje, .1 the.' '"'chicken'. g-iz- tiff.Margaret.vs Uussjsll Jamison Wyijoff Wytlff, Defendant.;' ;Plain -V -- 5-54tb-15.:! ---,.-..... ....' .--.- .,_ .. .
V zard," plant as a form: of coleus.S Order 'ttublicafloh 'And .Notice'

e. says she has two, one red V To Defend' :V .
:'I.S.; Prison Flower Show V In ;The NTime Of The State Of .,
and one green., These popular, Florida To: V V -

Prisons 'flower ,.-. names for plants and shrubs are cio Uussell II rs.Wycoff Ted Wycoff1S5 r OU Gt\ CAW PO V
: and shows are not usually associated together interesting yfe saw a beautiful that.
North nd.' freft. furthu
,'. in the, public,.mind, but, the, fact 'remains, that the hrub in bloom' ,up in Jacksonville -:.. UaymondvUle' ? Texas! ". V MUCH$ FOR.YOU, one

,; first annual l flower: show will be staged at the Raif ord State ,: called the "Cry Bab;" bush. suit You in'are equity hereby for 'notified ditorce has'thata bn, /JJp SAVE W Lqf ;I II ,

':':" :pr: $o.1\ .this;'.weekend. .V V By checking we learned the real filed W'ycoff against in'ou the by Margaret Above named JamIson I OF EF.FQRlTOO !

Sponsored. by the prison's education department, this :flame is Erythrina. crista.galli or Court and.' cau.. e. and:you are !heresummoned V -... nev r stj'M1.
Coral tree. It is a native Brazil 10) ordered' .and' required cramps your
unique event is the .
a being presented by horticulture area to file your written l \
of the vocational agriculture division under the inspiring I I has brilliant, scarlet sweet- cause In to the the.office'of complaint the in undersigned said-

", guidance of the prig m's vocational agriculture teacher, pea-like flqwers and requires a Clertf of the Circuit Courtat
; M'I I hot summer, for full- blooc\ Starke; Florjda-tonjor /ore the ,
B. Jordan. V V V 22nd day of'JuW, .\:,".n." 1961. and ut : ; :, n -..' -, -.. -" ..... w.. ... .-, '
to serve copythereof on TheronA. '''0: -I-T-T-----'
a
Mr. Jordan and his prison co-workers are proud of their Sam visited a fernery this week Yan, "Jr., .plaintiffs attorney;

greenhouse ''whi h was made possible by the Florida Federa- and although only there tor 15minutes whose addre'isPrt, Q. Drawer, 791 V .
Starke.. Florici.43a': ;& before .said V
V P tio q of Garden Clubs; : "nickie project" in which. jeach pf 30- he came out with the date as required -hy fhe1LaW8 of V

-. obo members paid five cents toward this worthwhile effort. \\\'orst.1nfestat1on' of red bugs he's Civil Florida Procedure.and the Florida If, you laU RAles to do ot Some luxury, compactsmake

The. greenhouse and .other structures\ used in the horticulture -'ever' had: The pesky,-.thing just ?entered o; a decree against pro you confesso for the will relief be you choose! between w \V V

-a program were designed and constructed by inmate aoutchewed What; little flesh demanded In the complaint" V --- :your friends .: arid your 4)
there is Sam and robbed him This shall 'be published -- e -- -
.. students at the prison and represent. a layout in which they on once eaoh'"n-eek notice I fhr'!our*consecutive luggage But not'the new t ) K
pf two nights sleep l ele-I Want The K
: can take justifiable pride.. V weeks in' the Eradord..Cwuirty. Falcon'Fiitura.f'f V
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V graph. '' '" .* V'' : / ;
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..' THese buildings and hand and the seal of 'f
provide space propagating facili Witness my
Also known as chiggers, the redbug the Circuit. Court at Ftarke.: Bradford
tiesVfQ, spine 2.000 or more species'of plants and Mr*Jordan is the larval 'stage. of a small County. Florida this 19th day BIST ,. f

has pointed out th? beneficial effects on the inmates. who. mite, 'no larger- than the point ,of of(ClRO'riT May. \-COURT. D. 1961.V SE.\; T..) .' .. : :. )c; hiV
'- ; :'
are engaged in this' wholesome program. V an ordinary. pin. Sulphur has CharI #-.\'; Darby.' 'Clerk'- "ot the FOR'LESS. ', 4-Vc VVVI
CircuitCourt of V H VV \lt'I''t. .c-
public\ 'i is i invited to attend the show, which will bo : bf;en*used agaInst, 'the pests but Count'1"Iorlda.. "3radfdrd .I : s

staged in the during World War II it was By: Marian L. Crosby, ,
Community Club building across'the
.
highway! Deputy Clerk. J. t 4

from tjie. main prison, Fridav from; 12 noon until 9 p, m, found that far dimethyl better protection.pMhalateprovided W ftIn 6-]5 :: ".' :; ,;- : +

and Saturday 11l.9 a. m. till 12 n on.As' The County Jadgr'a Coart Of I IBr'Udfurd :H"J V &
tests at Orlando it Was! found ;Conntri Florida. i See Me ;! __ 4)
a special Inducement to ;, L:4: 4 t. ctla1LJ
the Jadiesach' : ) : +
one visiting that : 'untreated 1nProbateId -- -*! --- / f! f. x 3N
a .person wearing I V
.L. % Jrotf WIll be. given her .I a R6! Estate*of Edward John ., '
: ? choice of small c"
a pjant from the clothing came back after two \Vhelan also-known oas Edward J.Vbelan. ASK ABOUT 4, OR "
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8 "eral.yarietie$ on displaIt \". hours: of exposure with as many .\ Deceased. J .

: 1 A, visit i to this unique flower( show will' undoubtedly give I as 200 red. bugs. _it >was proved .j..in..1.Notice Dikh'B.re-e Of". Filing Of- The-Petition Admini- For 1 RX,2PHONE I In( ; fyjjura you not. only

J _. you a bnphter view of at least that the miticide applied around ;,fra'irlx---------- V
one phase of .
prison life. Be To All Whom It May Concern; 'I 9647551SERVICE get'a luxurjju! ? interio'rwith
.:' sure. to ,,take) advantage of this opportunity the ankles and. at the botom,,of Notice is hereby given that I j individually _
contoured
j : trousers gave almost:"ipo' rier centpioiectibrJu have filed my final returns as Ad-t 'C,5 5'V tV _
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._ mtnlatratrU% with the wl! -atinexedft bucket seats, a : e _
tli* Ktat4. of Edward John \ 'he- :
; Congratulations BHS Athletes S. lan deceased; that I iave fifed' my handy 'console between
and :,
Petition for ,Fjnaf: Dlschargp.
I We use a product called OFF V that I w4U apply, to the Hojiorablej t : them,' wall-to-wall carpet- sip V _
Bradford High athletes Theron A.-Yawn County Judge TofPradford 4AMB'UL4NCE and''all 'the extras .
to fine.
are pe congratulat'ed on the for protection and it works County, Florida On the ing; ; V .

\ fine record they have earned for their school this 'ear. ": Just a bit of spray from_ around. 26th day of June 1961. at 10' o'clock you afso get roomjor three )k .
V
.. The AV-Sn.orts Athletic :Banquet tonight, for all-sports your J'* ankles' and you can ,be- sure same A: II.[ may'or,as be: soon heard thereafter tor approval the of 'peopU-Mi; the back seat,

I except football, brings to mint! the many deeds BHS ath lh ie red' bugs wUl stay ami;. You the such'same Administratrix.and' for ffnal{ .* discharge ffe '. V
: as
,
letes have accomplished! this season on courage and deter: can get rid of. them around yourgrounds May 18, 19<;!. I '
\ Wination according to the USDA Dorothy AgneS SwanhomAdministratrix p1us'I. / ; $ ,, ;
with their
I along talent. \tith the Will annexed
BHC. _
by dusting \yith .
t.f.An-exaraple the,type: of of the Estate: of 3fdward
courage displayed by these ath- IS John Whelan. .
.. letes-is- t the Class A State Track; I f-, -5'U 6.15 r "J: "
Championship won by Had a letter from-Rep: Arch *. ;, ;

Starke .this year for the second time in the school's history. Thomas irthis\ week saying he -- -- ,- ,< .
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; The 'forna10esVQJ1 but a single first taking affirmative action on : 'ro.otnY trunk. V .
100 $ place, but were not was i. S S : hiS
: .
dlscoUrag.ed.and fought determinedly pn. They were reward- the admission! or'Bradford Countyq ,. Y W put J!luggage i 'in its -

ed the .highest. honor a high .school team can win in this., \ the suw na e River Authority.As PlOl96, .2600 %e. jgot (n tHe, back; seat t!%

01 state for the second and third places they won with their' we see i it, dejejopment of the which is reserved for. your V ) V VV 4 VV'
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Ci Jones Funeral Home
deferniinatjon. Santa Fe River into a boats DWitt
Faa /
:. .. friends. Tutura doesn't j
1 I $** example of waterway. would'11f. 7 oit great- help- DeWitt C. Jones Registered.Funeral Director ; ;i ,V:, V # V V ?
mw/2JaWt/ many. the BHS baseball team in building .this,.area, aiuT.il ould $. cramp j'our style-or your

.K-Vtrw-l( mes before fInally, bowing to its first also provide better drairagen" I Starke, Fla. ; budget either! lt's Amer.V V ', ,

I foe. : t am ended. the season \ ith 12 wins time and'also hold j ica's Iqwest-priced*'luxurycompact. ,
QV, defeats, the best T against but .of floods, .. Rental Service: Hospital, Beds, Wheel Chairs, Qrptchet.That's ,, '.
record -. \
any diamond squaq has made water back in time of -ought Itcosts.youJess; V V
-
in r V
recentyears.
1' such JiSfe' are having now t. ". 'V tq run, too. Read aboutFalcon's ; i i;
) It j only 1 fair'tjjat! 'hese 4 V SV** V V V "- record-breaking V'V'5 VfV /
l young athletes be honored with .'- '': :: r '
) s nething\ .like to1hJ! 's banquet. They deserveto be A mother will sur fight lor'hrV :Jpbilgas 's. Economy Run 'V V V : I V:
3 nlzed 'in son recog- ones.- Was told this week V / +
young Our Business c ;
win below! ,,
( W1ition! they s&iasrand state-wide. rec- about a mother cat ,\with four kit- GLASS' Vi 4V VQVzaVV V VVa-; V V V
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It" Bau4 tin torn jmfiitntf !dlAf V : V V V
Have V
"If It's Glass We V 'V
VfVViJVVVV V f
-. --- .- tens that treed" a rattlesnakeMayor's ." itwattd retail ddiftrtdftita. V

I;\ ** I_ CALL WRITE er VISIT .. ,
AtTke.; Tabernacle I CARD OF 1< '-
TILNKSiiay
: Court Joe Refers GIl ((4 NOTE: Under' the test,con.

If .A realistic flanneigranh picture I, in this way, express my f L 4 "***' $ ditions of the Mob'ilgas V V fV-"V: .

c4te; Rapture,-o| the Church8:was .!deepest appreciation for thg many Starke was a calm tqwu1at FOR ANY GLASS .NEED' Economy Run, a Falcon! ;

rztc4 tt1\ Bible &hoolt i iC kindij'esses shown to me duringmy I week with only 10 routing' cases- 4 We Design Modern Store" Fronts with standard: shift, scored

I'!" 'Tbernade_ Suuday stay in the Bradford I coming up before :Mayor W7 T. V 1 Just Mail Us A Pattern. for, 32.6 miles per gallon .*. ;
wFfc 'i& County Billy] Jackson: in Mayor's Court V --
y
| \ oreqce !
Ilqple.I Hospital best faor
; ? The faithful care given T'*"" "abJ? Tops gas mileage of any
!yThe subject.bj the.evening"mes! to Monday... ...
ine by Dr. Wells 8-cy Under car in tne 25-
and .the hospital
,': ... caorA: Clarence Gager. Negro driving 1313 &"\ 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR 2-4353
.BaldheadeiJ )] staff; the ;. Run!
A (rt3124)y i, : iij pired Women"I I inspirationcelved re- without license forfeited bond of$27.O. 4r- !;:-" .... year history; "of ti| | .
:. from JRev. oyette's visits .... (Another Falco 1 zi i was1
a, cent neTurspaper.article! :'Uatingtfiat and letters: : 'i I b-' '_"'1 I-: w.erV! *4* the and V
I i biit cards-wUllong Ralph Chancey driving without IV T V V second, wmi 31.6pg!) -
gn$, ot fix British women i be remembered
wit grateful..appreciajtion license. -forfeited bond" of $27.50 it" VSV Drivers experts
I ars were
were udden1y going bald t of ajl
v a I -C. J. Frazier; &pp ,
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L ; sign of the last dil"y&-IsaJah' ,2.J) I Fla. ,; a3"t Dewey Anderson Negro, public fand really out to _
ft i.- V V V intoxication sentenced- -Lo five V ''V ,
V win But Falcon topped V .- V V V
J : .. V V days.in jail. or a fine of $27.50.. 'ei' all'!'
PR1YATE ERTERPRISf$ :
Wisdon Edwards Negro, Improper ; : .
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; TJIE BRADFpRD COUNTY _.EGPH V drj\: r'i -license. 'forfeited ,., .
I ESTABLISHED 1879 bond,of $27JO. '. '

I 't-1 I ,FIorida.'s'oldest weekly Bia Tho.rp Lowe V public" intoxication -. The Principle Which Made Our Stop, Swap ana-Save.unw: : .. i :idaringrypur Ford Dealerg t>Operation BIG SAVE
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[Newspaper I biishtd .Coptinuously ..forfeited bond. .(. V of

.::1' LORij I S S Under*.. The. Sam? $.37.50. '- V V : Country Great! V Fal'con Futu.ra

'.. oft JIasthead William Edward Hnjey; reckless ; : OO@W

T O'1 driving by speeding. ;, sentenced"to. V c r ? I .,

V.v, } ;. 4pV.9.1A, : V E.Editor L. MATTHEAVS and Owner jaiL a 'fine of .$152.5oi3Odays'. V In ; mliNi I YCHJ THINK ,OF GAS. l fIDWF@[ Rli 2 PT COUSIN I V

Eddy Gager, Negro ran warning L: OF THE THUNDERBIRD
::H. \ f' -F SUBSCRIPTION RATES signal at railroad crossing

V :pHI YEAR IN TRADE. .- AREA'- S.OO' ;*,, > ONE'YEAR,'OUTSIDE' : -TRADE* AREA- 3.50. forfeited bond\ of $12.50.'HermantittlelonConner. Tii:4: LADE "AS

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I : .: Pulhlie1 Each Thursday and Entered as Second ClasS latter : Moffett Beise unlawf '," .. ,

:t I I. V.. .!M!P'! p!, Strke, lfl.s.!; waffr.-\ct" .9f )Iatrlr3: 819 sentence uj $pefd of,, received five days a..l ja suspended jad' or a 4' .Your; : Business<< is Appreciated VVVV 206: W MADISON' ST. STARKE, FLA. .


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'l'HCRSD.l1.Y 25, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE riVE !

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yYyYYTVVYYVYYYYYYYVYYYYYYVYYYYY term. Queen 'EliZ Jootl \I6efe is by the senior choir directed by Robert F Nolan Methodist\ t Church I

valedictorian -a aiid1 ora Lee Kitties Miss 'Lottie English. The Scurry. R WISTfIETIM':
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED i ;&&' >v. : ,
t sa utatoriari. Other graduates Jones and Timmons families are 'DIesMdY" 76 Schedule for week of May 28:

j CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I II are: Charles Britt, Julius i, deeply grateful to the members I Sunday -' Church School 9:45 'S TQ ,

# Britt Isaac Allen. Mary Davis and friends for the kindnesses I *: a. Morning Worship 11 a. m. .

I By Ozora Shell Betty E. Tucker. Clifton Strong. shown during the recent loss of 'Robert F. Nolan 49, died May There will be no evening services
J Hamilton mother grandmother 16, at Seville, where'h 'had( lived! the : : SPRAY PECAN TREESCombination
1 .... .. .... .. .4L Charles Willis Moore. their and: at church :due to Baccalaureate _
.f Alvin Tisdale Ruthell Tisdaie. Evening worship will begin prom- for the past 27 years, and was services in the high school

t Correspondent Leaving "good works" of our racial group Gloria Ann Hampton Lerov King. ptly at 7 p. m. All members are engaged 'in the cattle .business. auditorium. i Sprays Containing Insecticides & Fungicides -

I 4I Ozcra Shell. correspondent for and the worthwhile activities of Lillie Belle Hampton Hazetia asked to be present and on time. He .was born March ,sl: ,,1912 'in. Wednesday, .Stoir 'Hour for

The Telegraphluring the past our community. Any person in- |Felton James Isaac Newton. The Carnation Club will observe Middleburg.: Primary. Department. 3:30 'p. m. Can Now Be Applied To Your Orchard For :Maximum !

f six years, will resign effective June I teiested in continuing this sectionof Principal C. C. Anderson and the their anniversary at the church Surviving are his wife Mrs. Prayer Meeting.,'and Bfols; StUdy, Protection Against Insects And Disease. I

8 due to accept enjoyment out the news should contact The entire faculty extends a cordial 3 p. m. Sunday. The general public Juanita Nolan, and one-son, Robert 730; p. In. .5

of the county. Telegraph at once. It has been a .nvitation to the general publicof is Invited to attend.,Don't. for- both of 'Seville; his mother Thursday :Prayer Group In I Il1

9 "'t ,i"During her ten- I I pleasure serving you-Staff Re- Bradford County to attend the get BTU at 5:30: p. m. Sunday Mrs. Hattie Nolan' of l9XvUle : ( d1es'' Wsroom. 830; 'a.-in.'chanYel Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co, i

fire as leporter j porter. last public program for tbs' academic Mrs. Marie Thomas president.Mt. two brothers C. .B. Nolan .Baldwin Chqir reHeirsal, '730'p.. -in.Presbyterian .

I _ _i'or this column: { Anderson Junior High Graduates term. Moriah Methodist Church and .J.. C. Nolan Maxville; 352 ,v. Madison St. Phone 964.3965 !

he has missed i On Friday May 26, 8 p. m., the School Closing Rev. L.. H. McClendon pastor. and two sisters, Mrs. Cindy Belie Church \f

# j nly three weeks. ,jC. C. Anderson Junior High of School will close officially for will; observe pastoral services'on Harvey Jacksonville anJ Mrs I 1'a .

( ; hIsIsa com- i Lawtey will hold its annual grad- all pupils on Tuesday May 30. 3 Sunday starting with Church D. J. Parrish Maxville. V33I N. '.Cherry St., ''I

lunity service ;: uation. Guest speaker will be Mrs. p. m. All books and school property I School at 10 a. m. Supt. Robert Funeral services were. .held at [Barry D. Van 'Devenler, minister The Hew I II

r hat 4is desirable i iBrilla Thomas, instructor at Edward must be in place before cards will Dell in charge; 11 a. m. morning 2:30: p. m. Friday May 19 in the 8 I I Script o I ; I

: : ind informa- | Waters College. Jacksonville. ae released to any student. If yuu worship: 5 p. m. Youth Fellowship First Methodist Church of Seville Thursday ,Choir practice. I I

I ive. It is '!Sponsor, Jessie J. Moore Jr. will i nave a book that is lost or your Miss Constance Williams with Rev. Francis Smelt' offici- p.m.; Ball
Line Pens
: I Saturday Junior Recreation Business
'4r. trough this medium 'present 17 candidates for certificates report stolen the same must be president; 6:30: p. m. Hear the ating. Burial was in the Seville t p. m. !

. t. that peaI -' making them eligible to :replaced before you will OP giveni Gospel Echoes in a program after Cemetery. If '
Sunday 9:45
pie are able to read about the j enter the 10th grade in RJE next report card. Parents are asked service which should begbi not Sunday .SChfOl.. 4
I I a. no. Morning Worship 11 a. j and Refills i
o help in this textbook problem. later than 8 p. m. There will be All-Sports Banquet' Junior"Choir 5 m't II
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c Books are furnished free out the no charge for admission. Bro. I Vespers,"6 p. in. Youth "Fellow j I II I
Set For
tate will have to get your full DeSue will be at the pi- ThursdayThe I :-
Clarence
ship. 7 p. in. I FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING II
I SQUARE DANCING support to continue to offer this ano. Tuesday night class meeting: second annual Booster'Chib Monday 'Men's Work Night. : I

,aluable free service. Teachers Thursday night, prayer meeting 6:30p.m.: '-" : 25c each
All Sports Banquet will be held : only
ffill furnish students with the conducted by Rev. Obie DeSue.Remember Commu:1icant.s'Class. !
tonight [Thursday! in' the high Tuesday .5. .
rices of all books. -Stiff re- all our sick and shut- I \
i i school cafeteria at 7 p. m. 3:30, p. m. S ,,.
8:30 ( EVERY porter. in members. Honor guests of the Boosterson I
Summer Program der re- 'REFILLABLE !
Young Layle !
o -Harry this occasion wilt'be the BHS BOATDBAIN BAPTIST CHURCH.
SATURDAY The summer activity program porting. ,
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the
State Champion Track Team
TILL Kill be conducted: at Anderson Jr. Pleasant Grove Methodist Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- '
Baseball Team [who cam. close '
AM-4- THRU ugh with principal C. C. Anderon Church Rev. L. H. McClendonoastor Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training with :Refills lOc
to being Conference championsthis < ea.
: : in charge and RJE Starke held services all day Sunday Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship I i iI

MIDNIGHT11 SEASON vith Principal Eddie Thompkins' beginning with Church year), and the Basketball 7:30: p. m. I i

n charge. Registration will be School at 10:30: a. m. Supt. Leo Team. (, Prayer Meeting, Wednesday I I ,: 'BIJJB I I.j

JcpI Q leld on June 12,.& p. m. m each DeSue in charge: 11:30 a. m. Parents of the -players-and all 7:30 p. m. .j r. ,W-, .5

i 1 \ -- I :shool center. The program has morning; worshin: 5:30: Youth Booster Club members arefel- '!'I PatorRev.;: Barney! Sweat. ""IIi I J,.:"...,1 J ".p. .1 :.1 i. t.' BLACK S
een plannei similar to last sum- hour. Grace DeSue.! Everyone welcome.
Fellowship
I, JEW Tier and will carry program "E" nresident: 7 p. m. evening worship ccme to attend the banquet.: i t .; I I'TO r -,. ".. ,. ., RED. "

vhich is "swimming". Parents will with sermon by the pastor. Tickets may be obtained at the > CHRISTIAN, CHURCH ,r : FINE! OR MEDIUM POINTS t tIt.

lave to sign a consent slip for all The Gospel Echoes appeared In a door for $1 each.. : Carl Clarke. SUnlsifrSUNDAY ; S S '. .: I Ii
KINGSLEY BEACH 1 It. .
mpils participating in this pro- orogram after service assisted bv : SERVICES . S. 1 (

,." cram and return the same to 'h* Zion Travellers of Starke. On j 10:00: a. m. Bible School11:00'a. ) i I the most economical

., -- --- -_. "'- -- --, rincipal Eddie Thoinpkins. Saturday night at 8 p. m. there : m. Worship and. Com

--- .... _".- -- Swimming will be conducted each at the old munion.
-- --------------- 1.1lj -- will be a Box Sut>per
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Writing
iay from 8 to 12 noon. Several Wateroak School. Mrs. :Mamie t I ever .

I '! PLAN NOW -taff assistants will be appointed Tvson asks! all ladles of the FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I' .

1lj md approximately 20 pupils will church to prenare: five boxes. for Our Soil C LawteyA. :
>e allowed to go for supervisiony of the hurch.nv Our Strength E. }(USt)'. Pastor i I.
sale to the men
: II! To Remodel Your Home each staff member. Th-3 recre- \ male memVr o* the church Bible school 10 a. m. i j Bradford Countv Telegraph!

l 'tion program will include: soft n-ho i is especially fond of the Soil Conservation Preaching. 11 a. m. I !I ': 4 ? !!! h

\ Ilil PAY LAYERON jail: baseball, tennis horsy shoe. ooking of some members of the Evenfag. Service 7:30 p. m. 1 *

)adminton, volley ball and quiet church may call .and -reserve box- Bble Study and Prayer Meeting .. .
such'las table tenns check- Sis. S N-E-W.S 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.
OUR NEW LOW COST ames es prepared by those persons. .
irs, card games, bingo. Arts and Mamie Tyson will be glad to Jake I ..-
FINANCING PLAN By: BUI Haas .
and will 964-1361.. -
: Crafts library I Activities your order if you call i :

I"" be conducted by Mrs. E. J Giv- The. delicious boxes with. a' complete Complete' soil ,and. water con- : 'i<'>':'';. '.
: Noland Credit Company movies will be shown free at for : I O.! i\ IB' D'
ens; supper may be your; a erva Hon farm plans wer pre-:.I _:
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Allows You To the Reno therater each Tuesdayat donation of $1. Toothpicks and pared for Gary. Martin, E. L. !,,, "' -' .

2 p. m. for participants in the napkins free.-Alene DeSue re- Lester,,'and Florida State Hatchers. -
I Improve summer program. Parents inter- ,2t Wordl'or less, OU tim -.._______ .85 Memorials, Resolutions .______. 5e per wprd

Add To ested in further information porter.Allen Chanel A. 1%L'E. Church. Gary M rUn' lans to use legume -I I.;I U not. paid.iu" adyaAc. M.___ 1.00 (Cards of'Thanks, up to 50 words ....._.1.50 ;

II should contact the principals of Rev.' L. A. Samnson pastor will cover. !crops to ,build up the I Keyed' or .Blind! 'Ads ... -._L.._._. 1.00 Over'50 words --...----------- Se per word !

I or 'ach t school. observe Third Quarterly Confer- organic material In his soil. ,i I i Each additional. ward. over 20 !" :..::::.. -.. W' Display ad" In Classified!. ____ 1JSO per Itek 1

II, RemodelNO Carnation Club AnniversaryThe ence with Rev. W. P. Jenkins, E.,|*, Lester''is ,using'.Hairy: In- -

I Carnation Social Saving oresiding E'lder..in chares! Rev. digo for,'a-cover' ?crop'on his crop- i,1 FURMSIIF.D APiRTMKXT' r FOR 8&LK -*K Registered Angus I10t'. B FOR REST 3 bedroom
.. ROtCftq-rpB. :S .K : bull % 30 .
4"t41 months.: Calf hood vac- ,turnisht'fMulc! close In. Phone
Club will hold its anniversary at : ;Jenkins will visit ail 1 the churches ja 1d. While-; discussing his farm SI! ?, ayfcrtftitat. *, *S1 r..u.. Skatbk. .els4Le4.: T, B. .Certified. Ecept&oaLbrftdthg. ,I' 9 II.I-S2L ,:. -\ _. Hchg
: ', .'1'w, 'wo"l. train' P. 0.I I KI\.() lwOOd Angus Ran... ,|l[ .
DOWN/ PAYMENT New Bethel Baptist Church on this area but Rev. Sampson plan, E. L. remarked. that Hairy
I II j 'I ::1a'N.tberri."s>e o' .'r:' J. It. t iBartbw( Florida.. Phone. 5-3116:::: : i.Volt) -\LI--21 In Motorola TV with
: Sunday. President Brook asks will serve as )lost. Sundav'School indigo'"sure gives.my; corn a good:'I 1IllI1'Kt. ... '.J .5 Off Route 601 mid way between Barton base. Kxctlls) condition. Se anytime -
the church : wltK'Supt. color and ,I believe ..TfebiFOJl and Lake Wales. :tchg 0-85,;. at Weldon Joho n'B trailer,
all members to 'be at will bein at 9:40: ) a. m. it islanding -5. '.... .
I LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTSDON'T not later than 2:45: in full attire. Fannie B. Frazier ,in charge11; 1ui 'dry weaEher'..befter, too"." The .,. FOIt RE.\'' One store building.j Legion Trailer Park, N. Temple.tIp 6-25
IXGSI.&r '
!land
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The anniversary sermon will be a.: m. morning worship: '6 p. m. more, organic material in the soil. .o\LE' Sew Kinssley Lake 351 Temple.one small! Phone unfurnished WO 9-2981.tfchs: house at FOR REXT OR S4LI3 3 bedroom
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, delivered by Rev Williams'of 1 quarterly] reports. All leaders arc the better the.condition of the honje dock house' and boat bouse t unfurnished house; lOt Pint wood
refreshmentswill to soil is to hold moisture. furnished Price M f:3.590.DO. Good I1'Ofte -.Good steady Drive., Phone 94-0381 Dick Thomas.
WAIT% TODAY SEE Gainesville. Free .tkpi to contact members tf>rnis to responsible party. Write: t egg
Youth buildIng Junior While discussing the .farm P. U. 'Box 414 (OalnesvUle Florida. 4Ut' WIn c rn:75:: pounds It5 up. :l -- tfelig
be served in the I make all reports In writln plan Call ,PU: J4361 'Day FR $Otfght.( \Ym build 46 order. Roberta" Auto S S !
of the church. All clubs and I Church each Mon. 5 p. m. Girl :.with Fred Coats, manager of the S ttc_ kepairs.milH 'East Keystone FOR REXTTo desirable ten li4
IJpightli on Road 100. Phone 2112.S. : only. :3 I bedroom hoUsn.4Jt 713 jfi.
I organizations are invited to at- !I Scout meeting 3 p. m. Thursday. Florida State Hatchers\ farm at FOR ro PALE t': Larg-- house' and '- ': 3tp 5-25: Laura St. ,Phone J;g .15i. 4tchgI5 I:

I tend. The largest group r-resent We are .srlad that Sis. Hel;.n Wll- Brooker. he stated,' that they havea CorapleteJurnlshings: '5 'rooms.,bath W. Ot. ALLIS-CHAMP-K1W TKAfT- ..UUSISlltm: AJARTMI'N"F AIr

301 E.: CALL STKEKT I will receive a cash prizeA.. R. ml! fcmUh i is improving. Remember water control problem that he a-ifened.contacting porche.Can, l rl'!!. Rome: fee'--AndrewB seen by, OR foKaie: ":tOO. B. L. Barnes Rt.I cNIIHtf&np eledrlc 1 kitchen.. Ad }l14.

Phone 9G45291STARKE. \j I Jenkins reporter all other sick and shut- reels can be solved, by a complete Hampton. : .: ._._!*P i_lHADIOA i '.B6x4fA:. ..'. >.atarke.l, "..- ". ,". PTelerlalon !I"lRI!ml-.Hi4r.east. on ''Refsent. S Rood' 1?tt'iiag h'p/6
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I I I Adult Education Ends in members.E.. J. Givers re- *et of ditches. The Soil Co': erva-i I ncpAinr.n F ..JAEF-; RCA. A-l FO'P. ,

FLA. The classes for adult education porter. lion Service has made .a preliminary !I AI1)Ie' ,--L.1: M.d,i I. .. t'ondltlun.1"0"ize.: Oood (ft g' new.a girls'42? Center hike St full ed house UKXT; 6J3-W.3 bedroom Madison. Jinfurnfrh-St. Phone
25. All .. :survey of the area and will 8..11&\1. ( k&rges. ,'Guiraiit.edSHEPIWHU. S X. Up 96f-561. '3tp i e.lKINOSLKY
I will end tonight. May persons American Legion News .** RADIO _mt TV .- --- .
: having any-school books or Post .114 American Legion held design an over-all water control -1..... G...'.., Onacr I trna TH;NT t- 2 bedroim uh,urn-,I I 'LAKH Houie, for rent
I property are asked to turn them a social! meeting on .St.May '13 program .for the farm. j 1:412: V. ril S .,.MarkFli.S(. Pk..Kf 0 4.UO1 (Rhf'd ripuw.. Adults pr tfJ'f'Q.trfl.. bv week or month. 3' bedroom,
( J.. t>: r.l.rltntl12 Lake 8t. Itp'FARSI electric 'and
The farm plan of L. E. Harris : : kitchen dnck. pidnlcshelter.
date -
I in this week. The for the fall .t which\; time new officers were I 5 Call 533-2541: or 9<4-<4 I has been revised.He is using Pen-|FOii R.LE- i j gt chg S-"5
II term will be announced later. 'stalled. In presenting the gavin Pure bred' Collie Pup. S _
,I II Brooks.! sacola Bahia grass for ht pastores' pies' $:5. W. B.;: }Martin 5 miles B Equipment.. Fprj 1
I CHURCH NEWS ] Cnrnrmnder Havwood > North 'of Sta:"Ue, I4 mile oft 301 on U'ooAJ4UE neat three. bedroom
1 New Bethel Baptist. Church, !I "omm -- woodland .Stop.. ltD first loan $2 (MO. 10
Pay
for natural Planting i mortgage
\f Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor, will hold : members to elve him! th::.. same repro- i per cent Interest! EX 8-1213. Jacksonvillo. -
I ,'- ''regular services on Sunday start- I '"in? cooperation that he had receive duction. i iI BEAt'TIFUL -' Slrioch Motorola! INPUSTRlAU : ._- tpPBTTOW
\ I '.b was talking with Bud Alvarez jIIwt"f1fe! TV Take ,up pa Equipment For Every Job 1 '
bt,, ,ing with Sunday Schol at 10 a. .for many years In the past. Others from liD.RO at : PLOBIST
S)1 .." FormerlyUuigley m., Supt Milton Ellerson in He pledged his continued support the other dayabout pasture q Call St.. Starke. 'ment&.1 Superior Tractor. Cq. lit ". THOMPSOS., T.PHONK .
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lulling WO .
_" & Davis :! charge;; il .a. m. morning worship 'is immediate past 'commander'as!! wlien.he put his foot upog "'WE UAVEfikVev, lon'program tot Piibhe EV 9-6772 |I .MOOT wo .4-ss9t M 4-41U.0. t-iesa'

.. ; with sermon by the pastor or appointee '1e serves for the Fourth Divisionis I the* bujwpjr of his truck. puffed Loan' oi 1 16. i" jurs 5353 W., Beaver .. Jacksonville!! IIT1iCTJtI I'J.VWF.JII .
I be on his cigarette, and said "I for the entire er. music will be furnished Post Commander. He will I l mot 8 of th.'fa'mtr and ,hl- farally. < tfcbjSTRAWTJURPJKH
,- with six units in the I got a good stand of bahia this Galnervlllc Kroduetlon. .Cretfi1 FOR 8ALB -Xew 2 bedroom .
,_ - vorklng time. and I 'A' o 1atfln. '6t* C :North Ualpfarmtra jjm ll down payment rt'1Jf UI4t hOU88.1 "
-- -- --- ------- -- ---- -- mean a good stand. FOR SALE: SOca
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;:: : Fourth Division of the I Calatnl1l.'JI'la.. t4'h. 4.0393. I ? Up; pickthem.
qt. picked; %Sc.a' qt. you
-.-.......-. ---- -. -. : of Florida which Includes Sometimes: the bahia grasses are J .J, . FOR RENT' This week only. Albert Tyson,
.. :. < ,.. fi ., .- ; I i slow to start 1OTICECiIANC1. : r- Nice biifornlshed !' 954
but
: : : ;<: :, Starke. Commander growing with a droom house. Newly Drownlee Rd. SR UJ, phone
L s ( .: Post 314 of OIIA\GI: $PRJXGM decorated. HPINTRODUCTORt
!little rain the usually will!' 45.T>er month. Phone !X4-03S8!! 8153.. .
,.... ". '. .''.' I Royal has just returned from the grass J'ERkSL'JuntJ.P: ... I. lIpron' .
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come out good. Week Day -1on. thru Thura.Ojwn c'
I II department of Florida annual j fi a. m. --Clow 8 p. m.Weekd. ; HOME S.\LE-B)' owner. 7 ;
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I Arthur Gaskins used the Disirict room bunralow .on corner lot. Carport '
at Cocoa -
II convention. which was held. -. > Open Prlda6 a in.S and utility room. Near tnnU, OFFER
MEMORIAL I Beach. President L. M. Royaland grain drill, to plant Pensa- ,Clwe Sunday J6 p. II). ; court and play grfJUnd;. 431'Center BusinessStationery
I II Ii Chaplain A. R. Randolph also ola Bahia on his farm In the I Except :'to' 1 toJan.. 15: :t. Phlm4>'.WO :'LU5', : ,' tfchjf. I Engraved'
: Open 24 Hour Daily. -
DAY HeUbromi Springs section. ton SAIl .
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attended this very fine meeting; New _Schedule Effective Immediately One. 10\ cu. ft, Olhson, '
..' i Letterheads
of uth 3t The} accomplishments the .-. !.75.:_F. R. Carradlne. Lawtey. itchgjKiyfsLETTLAKB
PENTECOSTAL S
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District were rich 'and varied to- : HOLINESS Je COI4flIMi"- FLORIST; -- -'.. 500'IAfite'' .Envelope! *

314 received many CHURCH Only S P. "T.: D: Florist'in Starke. House tor 500 Business Cards
cal Auxiliary flowerS Rent., Call 5SJ-297J after 6 p. m.. ,'. Flower! wir 4 hy plao*
that Included C write P., O Bor 185. Stark !tp S-l FINEST ENGRAVING
and honors
citations Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn fur all .occaxlohf! torally. !fhon
Holland: first WO 4-Jl.-5M 'East Nona St. tfctigHOUSES "i
Mrs. Ruth Edna : JJ'4iB ALL FOR 48.05
: ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic ;
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Readmlr '
vice-president and Poppy Chair- i services;,'7:30 p. m. FOR; RENT.*-" '; .anj.
man, for beautiful poppy corsage! "Come let us.reason together.." '. Inquire- Greyhound- Bus '<'ttar.mf "1rhtl".y.ter 'MIL COUNTY
exhibit Mae Francis Jenkins. st.tIot n: ..tfchlw qner9ck. an4 2 Raof"Gravel. Phon

i Historian on ;received a citatlOfl'and I SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF t "THE: "DOCTOR says *'!>' r.",.o4.2l... 11. 't Bra; ,-,.' tt-W., :;.Enrineerisi tfcbc ---: '_ IERAP. .

the beautiful history book CHRIST Jllrt your nerves'- then-Ite time'!:to
for
gift KL DERG.\ \\7; :. WORH TH&l1UP
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BlronrChtrppractor: ?:; jphlroprac.tor*
I of Unit 314.-L. M. Royal re- 3 Id!. S. on 301. are ftpecialiftt! In.correetlncnervous TRAT10.V ')'& ""2l-SL -i-. The "Bolllftger or'lJItf If you 'plan to, send your I
disorders.
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_,.g! .- porting. Sunday 'BIble' Classes 10 a. Chiropractic. Clinic today for an *p-',child: inln falL Itch* market, And ,d au. __

I I I ,ml. ;, Assembly: Worship with the nMntmpntWaltMlt' St. -- ltD I U1Yr.TJ-rnRE 8r f. tII&t t. 5', LAKE"GENEVA
Golfers
: I i Young Cord's; Supper. 11 a. m.; ,Evening FOR *EVUFn1Ihtd' a1ment. bungal4w! .v1idern '.pftjmbfnc-.. '\\1111 ''. TRAILER {PARJCI "
i'(Assembly .. IjeOonaBle' isleS, !It&t.hoppinC' mote to'.J"On" 5kktj1Uor; I S} of Keystone His.on .
-4 .,. ;,; '. .. I Enter Tourney Worship, 6:30.: p. m. center. Phone 'WO '$-2111 1 II at prg., Tfghts.f : f3UO..I.I .5.
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<' Three starke'ju or 'golfers 7:30,: p.; ft.ROPE Oil Co. ''Office. .1.nn Tini-Si'kMiiii1lp.'
A Nation to honor the memory S S
grateful pauses : ,
.. !' r ._ tfeJIc FOR F.T'i1r'ie; roGri b It1.j .
the
of those whose supreme sacrifice has helped have entered competition in I 'j near ,nchonl. on,'..-:ptowtiV* 7 '
'. 1f- I 15th National Pee Wee. .. Golf BAPTIST. uSCR :1 HASTlNGS.MM7RES' p>"ne .P; w. Bracnea, Fla. : .l tesPutt
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to keep our Country free. _. Prison, Raiford/ ::1 d '. -Itp,
l' I Championships, slated for June I Sunday Sunday School. '10... &. UPHOLSTERY WORKS HOMR ,
FOR 8.LR
I IN OBSERVANCE, OUR BANK WilL T.V'ACT: : J'..:.,. 113 and 14 at Rio Pinar Country a. m. Morning message 11 a. m. '710 &moa'St PafctdoiMATTRESSES' I P.Y -R."' m. r I S : .

S NO BUSINESS ON 'TUESDAY KAY s O. ,-' l Club In Orlando. Training Union 7' p. m Erenirii 'FjiriiP4 '!e4d, U"1., )..In, baUitL'Saratoga- ,JlM"t",,:, ttl\uttlltr. P. aA r.Mn.1: :. :Se.rvlCOLU1814 .

I Harold Bishop IJJ Michael Willis message 8 p. m. "sfered :Itetiidilitd: down parment: Paymeni $7J -

and Richard Hobbs win play Monday Bible. Joy.' Club 4 to, I("aU tU.l1CZ. ... S tfchgj: SAW CO.
,REBUILTNew .
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I in the event, sponsored by the 5P.* m. rytL4UJ;Cltl 6eti t f4O.ktJrdvdndfloori' \' 11, Lake City, ,Fa.fJU :

I Greater, Orlando Chamber of Wednesday' Prayer ,Meeting Inneraprtags R.rb <} tP.

I Commerce;) and Minute Maid 7:30: p. m. Choir Practice. *:30'p; S 5 ,"and 'BoxPALATKA S.riaJil. I hath. pacA electric IIPstfr'and' Move vennHn hotnrater),.heater llndliModed. .- 'qartment RENT Light- Furbished, and water npgtalrJ ftfrnUbfd.

Com 1Y. m. Pastor: Merle kPackbam.EVERGREEN 'en; 1Ytta.: ,.r'.c.n' ; i For further 'infnrmatmnIs.nI 145: per mo. Y. It Klrchaipe,
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FLORIDJ.I The National Pee Wee is one EA .i" Pratt 81. SAratoga 'Heirht" inSturK"

of the nation's largest junior golf BTARKE'WOKBS. 4Mr I'i 5t? I-'f SALE 2-three piece bfd-

to r arnents. Some ;240 linkstm !4PTIsT CHIJECH )PEGGY Sjtj.; _.r. i :Starfee I room suits, living room furniture,
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FOR (Clark' fnrnj'he!< i t dining tabLe %nd chaiw. electric
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from more than a dozen Sunday School 10 a-'m. Preach- r- r't entre. "K'-ftrVat kitchen. Single f/t I'''It ore. refrigerator and washing inablne. -
or' eothpJe only. Phone 9 .1M5. tfcbr (knee. hole desk and odd cheitof
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"- '. meet !p: m. Ereaching, ,:30 p. m..Prayer PLT:Cootact Lacy. COB* :w'' ;''jr-!: -':;. R al?EBtatmentffiBth eUettt I ,: lU.'W'Walhlnctoa St. jtp
All three boys are 14 and win nr;-'pt"n.0 i.jftSt' ..: ;:..'Uq ; ?)e .4oa off Y1oiIda. "
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,AGE SIX BRADFORD COtTNTT ma LP* ,.61AS2E, FtOSIDA THURSDAY, MAY 23 1961
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J Prisoners I I i I of magnetic tape, 92'yards of blue< NOTICE TO DEFEND Ii County Judge's Court la And viic.
I II BradfordBerriesVirtually I '
; 'U.
; Farms ImportantRotary 7.
Top I .. Circuit Court. Bradford Covnt. For Bradford County. Florida.In !
flannel cloth, a floor polisher, Florid IB Ckaaeer?. re: Estate of Riley Smith \Vas- '
I 1 S automobile parts for the bus shop Case No. 12-984 !din. dec. ;
Union I I : .
: County ToldThe Gone Dorris "Thuajy:>jri Puintiff, vs. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS "BUT THANKS BE TO GOD
and miscellaneous articles. ItomtiV Le Thompson. Defendant.ISOT1CE :! All creditors of the tstatf of Riley
I I Bradford County's prolonged I Ii i Major acquisitions of the health TO APFtau I Smith U'asdin deceased; are hereby WHICH GIVETII US THE VIC
Circuit Tb: Hoinor Lee Thompson wuuse notified and to file
Court of tc required any'claims TORY THROUGH OUR LORD
importance farming : SERVICE MENIif1 i strawberry; season_ was virtually center includei; two generators resident and address 1 Is L'nkuuwn.: or dt'mands'hi 'h they may ;:
the county's economy was stressed -I 'I closed here/this week with volume insecticide and lubricating oil. Yuu *ie hereby notified that tt ha@ against said t'stu111: the ofj j JESUS CHRIST.". 1ST. CORINTHIANS -
suit for divorce. custody and control tice of the County Judge of l.Yadi i:
I Continued from Page One) in a talk before the Rotary dwindling arid 'prices dropping to Among items obtained by the of minor children bus: been filed ford County "Florida in the Courthouse ': 15:371.
Club.Wed'nesc by Foster ShiSmith. against you in the above naiutd at Starke "Florida within
y --
civil defense two generatorsDuring -
1.50 were
J $ per flat/qn Wednesday. Last Court and cause and =:c::;
dents are prejudiced against State I you are required t'lghll"illt'nd3r months from the datt! : =::: -
: Introduced
The speaker was week's average price wu: $2.07 the quarter, the Surplus to bcrve a copy of your of the first publication of this no- ,, =
I iPrison inmates. During a orevioujcouit ,.i by County Agent G. T..HugSins. : swer or pleading/ to the IIII'J!-lice.: Cat.ii: t.laini; or demand must !
"f .: hearing they claimed it is 3/4 per flat. Property Department of the Commission on the Plaintiffs. Attorney T. Frank I be in writing: and must tate the1olace tiiIA'MI I
Since shipping. started late in issued property valued at Ldiidruin p. O. Box j-lti. :Slitrh or residence and pnst-offlct' .
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almost impossible to obtain a Mr. Smith described 'farming Florida/ and file the original in tiir address of tht- claimant an.) must Le j jiwon ,
jury that ''"subconsciously' February, grWers 'have sold 53- $3,563,283 to the entire state.Mclntire offlieot, the Clerk of the Circuit tn bv the, c'almant. his agent' j i il'Jf
; is not (including forestry, "poultry, and 209 flats (((638,508; pints) at the I'?ouit on or before the IS uay of \\\\-i\ attorney or it will becoitc.ud \: JEWELRY
Prejudiced. Judge Murphree Is to livestock) as bringing 2'2 million June lal: others\Ue the allegations ,ii-ft iding; to I..\\. i!
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market fora gross return of Assists qt laId Complaint will betaKen May 16. 13-il. |i
:j'lle' on the change of venue before dollars annually into the county.He 168,202.85.-,)'.-.in terms of as vonfessed by you. .-\.t. Tlioma. Jr !
I the trial begins. depicted agriculture being gross re At Florida Booth This notice,shall be published once I: By tS) George H. Pierce WATCHES DIAMONDS
:: ceipts. this.has'.fciecn: the best berry each wtek for four consecutive:: Attorney for lminijitratrix! j
I I The trial ,of, two. other inmates "on the move" and predicted that season since, weeks: In tits Bradford Count Tel- Era Edward Watdin j REPAIRSAll
tl940 In Show
for attempted escape was also set farming is "coming back'inio Us Industry graph. C tnt Publication I on' 18 .Mav. 19R1 j Work GuaranteedA.
A light 1 volume) .of. pepper. is Dated this :3 s day of May 19C1.:? S IS It C-,< "! :
:'for.Monday. The defendants. John own" by virture'of, improved ; t (SEAL)
I I I
/. expected on'th"'market tht' last of Robert H. Mclntire, manager of Charles A. Darby' I C. Williams
Christopher, 50 and Jessie methods that enable: the farmer .. .,
pait'j, .. .--:' next week. 'TiieVe: 'uin'be ho corn the Starke-Bradford County Clerk of the Circuit Court. THE RIGHT POINT for the! 112 W. Call St.
;?7. Tuesday pleaded to produce more on the same: !:r By Marian L. Crosb), D C.
,the I I or cucumber- deal at the gtarlie: Chamber of Commerce is in Detroit o-H It 61 way you write. Come in and !>t'- !! Starke Fla.
charges. amount of i
I :I acreage. market thi4iy:; ; ar since a sufficient Mich this week where he is led( your favorite ESTER8ROO{|! ...... .
i Another prisoner Reggie Workman Mr. Smith said there is something __ .
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acreage of' theSe crops was assisting the Florida Development .'. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. :!:.. !:i.** ;-
I U 'Ike Oftiradferd
, I when C Hnt 20. sentenced in our system --
Tuesday was wrong
( not : Cwaatr FIurIdfiIn
planted ; Commission in staffing tha state "
to 60 additional days in prison the farmer does not receive a fair ; 1 The E?tate> Of: ...
I booth at the Design; an Engineering I William Thomas Murrbee DeI -
after he pleaded:: guilty to possession share of.the consumer's dollar and '
I ceased.
1 Countyise 1 Show in Cobo Hall.
of a weapon. Workman had voiced believe that the farmers NOTICE TO CREDITORS Learn A Well-Paying ProfessionHair
More than 300 large industriesare All persons baring claims or deS -
,a knife which he said he found in : should ,organize themselves into I S lSa06S; : rp1ti3PTOpeTtyteths. I represented in the show, and i niands ag-a'uat! the estate ofVUllonll
the prison. I cooperatives and mutuals. so:! they ;1' I 1 Thomas! Murrhee. decei!'ed. are herey"nottfed S
I :
' \ ) ) Starke is among 13 chambers in )> and required to file their
;i I Ii would havegreater bargaining j "I with claims in the office, of the CountyJudge Enroll Now!
the state that are assisting Styling fr
I
power.; : of Bradford County, Florida
received the Florida booth.LAUREL In the, House at Starke
Bradford-.County sur-1 County Court .
The'apeaker said that the farm I Pvt. Randall W. Davis, ion of I Florida ithin! eight calendar and ,
Radio-TV RepairNEEL ers of the county appreciate i the t plus prnP'YH'alud at $18,608 I months from the date of the first ra-A. .U9Learn,
Mr. and Mrs. H K. Davis of MISSIONARYBAPTIST
the
assistance of local businessmenwho I during; the first quarter .;,f 1961.I I'publication of this notice or

contributed to. the migrant : Route 1, Starke is serving as a The .FloricV Development Commission -i CHURCH II\w.: same: "Oils will May become!9. 1961.void 'according to Beauty Culture \e. A Weekly! Tuition

: labor camp that was so success- clerk-typist at the Field Hospital reported that the School!I Sunday School and Worship! Administrator \VJlliani Thomas of the Murrbee Estate Jr.ot :\:

ful in solving the labor problem Fort Devens Mass. He entered Board,received .$6,326,in popertyI i to 4 p. m. Sunday. William Thomas Murrhee (Hr.) De WRITE OR CALL

: MOBILE RADIO during the strawberry season just the health center obtained .$1.408 :30" cea'edFIrSt: CENTRAL HAIR-STYLING COLLEGEMember
the Army last September. took! ':I Tuesday Prayer Meeting: j Publication May 11 1961.
closed. and civil defense unit acquired Hollis V Knight
f i t 231 N. TEMPLE AVE. basic training at Fort Jackson, S. p. m. I Starke Florida. National Ass'n, of Cosmetology Schools ,
property totaling $10,872. I I' Saturday Church Services-7:30 I Attorney for SE Ph. FR6-4105
Administrator.11 218 1st St. Gainesville Fla i
C. His address is: Pvt. Randall W. School Items included 97 rolls 4t 6.1
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OfficersTo ,
r (located in North Florida Jaycee Davis US53336551, 5th 'Field Hospital --. p.m. 1

: Supply Co. store) Be Installed Fort Devens' Mass. ,

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: Phone WO 4-5521 The Siarke; Jaycees will hold I I Pvt. John J. Zacek, 23, 'son.o \ S.. v .... ...... .... .....
r I If call their annual officer, installation i < w-: ;
no answer ,Mr. and Mrs. Karol Za ek, Route :. < <
banquet in the Starke Woman's' I :-
WO 4-2113 Starke recently completed the 'I : : v< +
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Club Saturday night, May 27. 1,' -: :. :: \V
'eight-week cooking at the ? f :
course
Eecently; elected officers who I ; \ < 4:
.,, will be i installed are: Abe Aber-! Quartermaster School, Fort Lee, : \

: crbmbie,,president; Harold Davis i Va. Before entering the Army in w '
YOU BUY THE BEST g c
December I960 Pvt. Zacek attended
and Marion Harrington vice .. :
pres- : .
a WHEN YOU BUY ) .
Food Trades High School : '
idents; Harold Beasley treasurer; I. : ;
I Randal Chitty secretary; Harry m New York. V ,
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WestinghouseAppliances .
Green, Bob Williams and Harry I
: &: TV Gruen, directors. Pfc Corley B. Linzy, son of Mr. T 9\; t\ : ::VT \. >

: At Fred Snell president for the : and Mrs. H. R. Linzy of Rail ord. : ; CR ;
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past year, will assist Jerome I recently became a member of the< : :

North Florida Johns, district vice president, in 7th U. S. Army's Order of Gold<

I I the installation ceremonies. Patriots while serving with the V

Supply I I II The club is concluding one of Corps in Germany. Members of >< ? /

its most successful years and. this voluntary movement have

PHONE WO 4-2113 would like to express its appreciation pledged their support of PresidenKennedy's ,
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224 N. Avc. ) .
Temple to the other crvte' clubs, local program for reducing ,

Starke, Fla. government officials, and the outflow of gold 'from" the U. .. /

4 "You Can Be SureIf members' of the community for S. to foreign countries. Linzy is Si !

Westinghouse"," the support given the Jaycees in a combat construction specialist :

the various projects they have un in Co. B of the 317th Engineer. VSi :

dertaken. Battalion.
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Edward T. Cocomise. son. of! : I .
FIRESTONE ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coc mise pi
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Starke is taking eight weeks of I 4 ; : I II

MOWERS'& basic Army combat training at I S \
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LAWN : Fort Jackson, S. C. He is assigned ? ;.

to Co. C, 7th Battalion, 2nd \ S. ?x -
Training Regiment of the U. 'S. i -
I TRY OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN
Army Training Center. .,


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Seats Are Limited : : I

18" .- 21/2 H.P.u 2 Cycle' $39.95 For GraduationBradford ... '5-' \ : : <: :


Plus Tax High School Principal S V
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Hugh Ingram announced yesterday \ V > t
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22" -- 2'/2 H.P. 4 Cycle $$49.95 graduation. that admission exercises' will to June be :by:2 v \ ( ) + +4 )v v v* > ... .5 : :,. .. !,

ticket only to ensure that immediate < 4 : :. :,
< %
) With Self-Winder Starter Plus Tax families and :el t1ves \ (

will get seats ; ), wxy + ..:....: : !
Each will be given Vv 2 I
graduate ? .. .,.;........ I
22"-3 HP.-4 Cycle $$69.95 five tickets as he, Ingram wishes.said Those, to who distribute \ +z :': v... .'.".::''..;."'.:.'.v.,"..:..:.:.....V...


do not have tickets are invited to '
Plus Tax ) ... '
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sit in the balcony, where seats S S. I I I
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are excellent but observation of I
Delco Batteries.INTERNA'l'IONAL' I I the Processional and Recsssional. Shell test drivers add a"fifth wheel"to Jeircarsforpreczse distance measurement during nuleage tests.It helps them record performance to a decimal po..it. II I

MUFFLERSAllowances is limited. Admission to Bacca-
$5.00
laureate on May 28 will be unlimited


I Battery During On Any Sale GUARANTEEWcckcnd LIFE TIME i hear Rev., he Bob said.Approximately.Badgett 122 senicrs live: Till the' Shell reveals how to increase your' mileage I


commencement address next Fri-

day week, In addition to speechesby *


Special! TUNE-UP $4.95 l ian the and to-be-selected salutatorian. valedictor- ,.. 'S:.--. up to 30 extra miles, per tankful .. '.;':f" :


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Plus PartsDodd's Peanut Truck : t., I
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Total WreckA ; !

Here from Shell's how to fuel,oil whenever manufacturer #4 is Alkylate noted Eor'lnxi: '
:. are some tips experts on get *
Service & Auto Sales Tom's Peanut truck blew .a recommends. control in hot enginfs at high

tire and overturned yesterday Have automatic transmissionor speeds.
maximum mileage from your car. If you practice these \. S
528 S. Walnut St. Phone 961.3861A about 3 p. m. near the old Pelican clutch checked regularly. #5 is anti,knock mix for knock

Club totally on demolishing S. R. 16 east the of truck Starke'and : : :: '. good driving habits-and if you use today's Super Shell, 9. Get regular oil changes and resistance. .*"' I

lubricat Qn-including transmis- #6 is an "anti ker" to check tta/

Injuring In the the Bradford driver.County Hospital ," -1 :'with 9 ingredients for top. performance-you may well sion and differential. Your Shell cold-weather stalling that can do- .

ODD dealer knows what to do. I He has curevenat45F. !
-EST with a fractured vertahrae -
and undetermined internal.Injur- ; save a pretty penny on gasoline bills. the finest equipment and lubricants #1 is Pentane mix for fast :
IS
YOUR to do it with. There's a
driver of the : .
ies is S. J. Osteen warm-ups.

I' EAL truck owned by Merrill Edwards. t. ,f :.Don'trace a cold engine. with the automatic transmission out to'bring the pressure down good chance will last your car and your #8 is gum preventive-to. help I
gasoline longer.
EIiOYONAGOOD Edwards said he valued .the 'iyhen jour engine'is cold; it engaged. have Jour engine idle -it makes the tires run even liotter. keep carburetors dean insides! ,

truck' and cargo at approximately ; .ihes up.more,fuel.Today's Super speed adjusted. You may'save Check. cool l tires only. 10.Show this advertisement to #9 is Platformateto addthe.

1500. :': "A.-. S .'. .:-ShfU contains Pentane mix-for plenty. ,,7.Check for. dragging'brakes. ever)'one' "bo drives your car extra energy that shows up li \

.. S. *(a r\-. rm-i.,.( '. propetly opeJiiUng.th 5. Don't indulge'in jack rabbit Have your Shell_dealer: check for -especially if you pay their extra mileage. .. i
Don Richie :> :/:'. .; / tat hdps.) ,wheel 'time in gasoline bills. Insist that they
: ; fine drag next you're Shell.
CLEAN "' 3' .. .' starts. Racing'starts are on Try Super: You'll soon
USED Third : : & for.a lubrication. If brakes drag, stop for service at the sign of the
Wins In : : ; :".I. > 2.tJsillghtfoucbwiththeacreetor race tracls-but the:drivers are feel and hear the difference jn' > :

,'" Contest* i x ..: v*:. .. : .J:; .' ,: .: :<<9D1pmg ,down on Judy to get 6 miles per'gallon., you: pay, for it every trifle, *'OUomre Shell the wayour engine runs. That
While
Feature 30
:; .; ::' ,."the'peAil'is: an expensive'habit., ; S. we can t guarantee difference is '
One thing can't do extra miles tankful the closer top performance
NOTE:
'j; Starting it holds auto- you 8.Get these fuel-saving adjustments per s
up your
Don Richie of Starke, a senior about Is the weather. these followed
anything suggestions are A Bulletin from Shell Research I
matic transmission Jower
i; t. na for performance. If
top
r student in the School of Journalism
Yet it's interesting to know that the better mileage is likely I
where1,997scientistsareworkJngtomake
and Communications at the "gear" longer. This 'makes the spark timing is off, for example, your ,. .
air resistance at high car speed is to getTo letter and better
engine turn faster, wasting fueL for it in wasted gasolineand your car go ;
University of Florida recently you pay
the biggest single drain on start off right, fill with
t: _GUARANTEED :_.s'Af'ETY ;cH ,(t( Q.!.. won third prize In a national S. Under way, uneven pedal er. It increases approximately pow sthe' possible engine damage. today's Super Shell. Its up nine ingredients !
f ------4- for is costly too. Instead, the checkedit
feature' story contest' college pressure cube the vehicle Have compression
of speed. mean top performance. : I
feed just enough fuel to maintiin
students; can reveal powerwastingvalve
W. J. Hammond Richie's article appeared in the even speed Even fox tails on aerials may cost and ring conditions.Use :1J \\
j See Dodd Bob gasoline. Shell's 9 ;
you
or Super ingredients (
April 9 issue of All Florida.Maga- S : 3.Drive "ahead of your car. Super Shell with TCP

zine under the title, MA Million 0 Watch for slowing traffic and red '.Check tire pressure-regular to gi spark plugs xtralifeJ'ieplace #1 is TCP for restored power, I

I 1 Years Back in ,Underwater S .lights as.far. ahead as you canS ly. Keep tires properly infilled. worn plugs. added mileage and extended SHtIELLV1IIZ'

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t' .:, .i.* 8TARSE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MAY 35, '1961
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I ? ? 'I t from the Orient belonging to] Funeral Services i t4 o, silver were,! YYYYJYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYJ I]Day at MHS. Among theawards I dents making no grade below. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

: Mrs. John Bird, Mrs. D. A., Since last weekend havee (<
( we ( given were the I
For D. T. Perfect a B, included the following:: j
kyg Reamer
fONIGH1ICNTS Nelson, and. Mrs. Charles experimented by calling several] .i!Attendance and I
Outstanding+ First
Grade-Brent
; I Baldwin.!
GRANDIN
[LYae-kol Hinck all who have I. Held MondayDaniel times on 280 It i Is always the MELROSEi f Attendance., The American Le]I Ellen Bryant, Jenese Butts i;1:

i ". Bj Mary K.,Schaeffer lived there. same answering service. By Mrs Alice Rothhammer i gion! Award was won by Mar: Richard Carlton, Jeffrey Dye,
; ... There was also a table of! T. Reamer, wno came This is certainly no reflection : tha Scott, and Carson Johntry. Jommy Tortescue :I| By l1rsRebecca Brantley'tAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj
Melissa
,I .A.&AA A.AAAA..AAAAA..H.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJChoir souvenirs for sale, and orientaltea to Keystone Heights in 1920 on the local law. merely> !*AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAA.j both 8th graders. FFA awards; Gano, Ava Griffin, Virgisia I,!'I

1! and cookies were served in with the o n the archaic communication Mr. and Mrs. R- G. for outstanding ,
EVENTS original development Daniels, participation
3HZ WEEK'S $ ,, 8:15: p.. m. il Melvin Jeff Miller, Paul Morris -!i I
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ri MAJ" 25Dupltcate Thursday> Jane 1 the library. II of the community died May ystem! The mere fact that; Jr. of the Canal.Zone, Panama,! m the past year included: Star Cathy Price Bryan Stanley -Ii!;i Mr. and Mrs J.. c. Turner

I # .'Budge :,ub, Sec, Section H of Daplicate. OES Card Party 20 at his home there as a result -the policeman is "on duty'their daughter from Kollin's' Greenhand George Wodey;! Patti Teske,. Tresha Turner -;:iof( Jacksonville spent several

tlon'.n. ,.Woman's"'Club 10r a. Bridge Club, 10 a. mbring; The fifth Monthly Card' of a heart attack. should not make ihm incommunicado College, Winter Park, and Mr. Star Chapter, Winslow Fred- and Glenda Winters ((days last week at their RaineyLake

-,.. ,,'.1. :M' your sandwiches. Party sponsored by the Key Mr. Reamer was a retired and Mrs. J. H. Stewart oMimss f riksson; Public Speaking, Lar- Second Grade-Linda Perry,!I II cottage. While here, they

''Garden Club,'.of 'Lakes. 'MrsWllliainDavie's'h0 Community Church Choir stone Heights OEB Chapter][j jeweler, formerly of Meadville,, Church Women Dedicate spent last week with Mr. ry Strawn; Soil and Water t Beverly Strickland, Teens'attended morning services at

, ; .:,' 3 p. m.. practice; ,1:30: p- m. 279 will be held May 30 at 8 Pa. For many years he made New Reception Room and Mrs. R. G. Daniels, Sr. Management, and Thor Certificate Rothhammer Nathan Bruce, Paran Church.

'Community, Church Choir Tolford Installed p. m. in the. Masonic Hall. his winter home In Keystone,, A new reception room at i Mr. and Mrs. R. Simmons" of Merit, Alvin 'Lilly. Ann Murray, Martha Weaver, Mrs. Ethel Brockman of

tce! :' 'l:30' p.,, AS A'"esfdentCharles Worthy Matron Beatrice Schroeder and became a full time rest the Communtiy Church was: spent a week with friends. and Awards given to the Senior Lynn Sturdivant, July Mc- Grandin, and Ralph Brockmanof
has a committee working dent after his dedicated and officers were! relatives in the Carolinas and Palatka recently visited
FrMaMay" ,28 Tollord was installedas retirement. He Class included: The Prisedent'Grath, Fred Cook Spencer
:n ta.1'7'Luncheon,: 12:15 President of the local PrAtn' on the plans for an evening was a Rotarian, a Shriner, and installed at a luncheon meeting' :]Maryland. Award,Maida Griffin; Valedic'I Simmons, Becky Games. Mad- Mrs. Brockman's eldest son,

1 noon.i.Olrl.. .an impressive ceremony card party once a month a, 32nd Degree Mason. of the Women of the Churchin il Pat Glisson of San Pedro, torian award Carol Hansen; I alyn Weghorst and Clifford Otis, and his family in Talla.

Scout Tyoop''.1.90, ale Thursday;May '18, at, the last., during the summer. These will Funeral services wet e held Monday, May 8. (Calif., is. visiting his parents. Salutatorian, Dale Fallin; !,Yarbrough. hassee.

wb 1, St. Anne PptsbHoUe regular, 'PTA meeting of the, be on Tuesday evenings. Since, Monday at Kyle Funeral Parlors The room which was d d1-,I Mr. and Mrs. Craig Glisson of School Spirit Award, Linda Sue Third Grade Christine Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roberts
many newcomers in the community In Gated to Dr. Albert C. Holt,, Lake of Gainesville visited! he E.
Jacksonville with Geneva. His wife arrived
1960-61 .season; Rev. Strickland; Band Award, Dolores Brantley, Rickey Garmon,
\\Troop .229' "BrownUs lp--uta' :p Other officers of the organization are pinochle players, A. C. Holt of the Keystone he pastor, and, his wife, was, a few weeks ago Pridgeon: Best All Christine Gaboardi Betsy S. Brantleys last Saturday.

Troop 190 of Girl Qcouthiaerening. will be Max Mooney there will be arrangements Heights Community Church redecorated and furnished by Mr; and Mrs. Jimmy Toler Around Award Alvin Lilly and Huff. Martha Mathew.!, Connie Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gornto of

; him,vice president; Mrs. Walter .. made for bridge, canasta, and officiating. The body was forwarded he .church women the Boardof and family of Jacksonvillespent Maida Griffin; The Science Morris, Charles Perry, Lon- Gainesville visited relatives in

pinochle with prizes for each to Franklin Pa. for Trustees, and the Board ,of the weekend here. Award Grandin recently.
,Boy'Sccul'pop$) 103 meets Andrewsen secretary; and" Carol Hansen. nette Selph, and Gerry Teske.
.. type game, as well doorprizes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strick
as
burial Stewards.
ati:3o p.' m. ? '4 Mr ..lGeorgaMassa., treasurer.. on May 29: Mr. and Mrs. Gill Whittonand' The Athletic Booster Club Fourth Grade -Diane Ad-
| 'Mrs."Jones' Refreshments will also I Surviving are hIs wife Mrs. The following officers were children of Largo visited land and son of Ormond Beach
.OupliciteBridgeClub! meets room won the sponsored a Variety Talent dIson, Denise GUile, Pat Har-
be provided and non-card Famie J. Reamer I installed by Dr. Holt, Mrs Mrs. Whitton's were Mother's Day guests of
a$'* p."!aC:: .tvWoman's ClubIfcird /; room count of Keystone brotherinlawand Show Friday night in the High ris, Phillis Odom, Brenda Sim-
.. players should come and join and one brother Earl Charles Wallenius, president; sister Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gornto.
Grade Operetta, r Miss Audrey Newman, with Reamee rMrs. Mrs. Carl; school auditorium. Principal mons, Beth Webster, Dale[
in the fun. Remember th of Franklin Pa. Ernest"Widegren; 1st vice ,. Mrs. R. L. Kennedy returnedlast
I &h .'Auditorium toe 'assistance of slides Clarence and Maria Yar
% 7:30 Holden Weghorst,
p. m gave Ford.Mrs. was masterof
will) Columbia
date May 30, and there president; Mrs. William Walt, Bunyon Thursday from ,
Kelley !
Sitardiy May 27 a'a'lecture1 the use of the li spent ceremonies. Several selec- brough.
be a donation of 50c. 2nd vice president; Mrs. Bea Friday in Gainesville. Miss, and reports that her
brary.: tions -Charles Ar-
:.Catechism grades 1-6, fit were played by The Fifth Grade
W1U1 A letter was read from the OES Members Honored an expert, used Mrs. Few as a Schroeder secretary, Mrs Ellen Marie Rothhammer,,| Jack mother is improving nicely.
String Trio Baldwin
ip's; 10-11 a. m.Wilker' consisting of Mark wood, Lloyd ,
Keystone Heights Chapteros ]]guinea pig for Marshall Arthur Siprelle is in Palatkafor
the experiment Gallop treasurer. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.
Boys' Bowling Clay County Council concerning ( :Gaboardi, Jimmy Williams, Chapin, Yancy Dull. David
279 was honored by the with medical observation.
glamorous
teams Palatka,. 9:30: am., last the meeting to be held in results. New circle leaders are Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer, ceibrated'.and Dean Crouch. A flute duet Gaboardi. Glenda Grainger,
selection of two of its members Eighth Grade Take Otha Grolick. Mrs. BerthJones her first T. A. Robertsof
Trip
a birthday May 19. Mr. and Mrs.
tame of season.Girls' Keystone on Wednesday May was played by Margaret Slade Marlene Odom, Lettie! Wise,
,' 24. The business meeting: will 1 to take part in a class of On Saturday, May 20, the Mrs. Nettie Stitcaberry, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Spur- and Elaine Janie Gainesville, and Alfred,
Bowling'team, Paint: samson wao also'and Wodey.
instruction at Gainesville on Eighth Grade of Keystone Mrs. Marie Crosby Mr. olive ock of Miami Roberts of Orlando recently
ka, 2:p.m: I be held at William's Cath spent Saturdayin performed several pantomimes. Sixth Grade -David Brant- .
Saturday 'May 13. The Grandi[|Heights School took a class Karges Mrs.. Leon 'Wagner, Melrose. visited the Weldon Brantleys.
1im4&J' I olic Recreation Hall, and An instrumental Lee,
May 2f State Instructress trio was play- l ley, William Harris, Buddy
luncheon will be in Mrs. Louis trip to Mayport and Jackson and Mrs. Don Shacklefcrd. Mr. ,and Mrs. Walter Walkers Harris Herring 01 Peniel
Attend your church In the' the school 1'Lattimore has ed by Virginia Ford Margaret Robert McGuire, Eddie Roth-
cafeteria. selected Mrs. ville and all parties report a Committeee chairmen are:: of Atlanta Ga. spent last
Mrs. Vera
teornin C. O'Connor was Slade and Elaine Samson. The hammer, Walter' Sturdivant visited his mother,

I :USt.''William's Choir Practice,!appointed chairman of the Aiken.Phyllis Hussey and Mrs. Vesta|wonderful time. The group Mrs. Sara McDonald" finance; week with Mrs. Walker's parents speciality of the night was Connie King, Kathryn Looney Herring, Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
went aboard the Shan,-r1 Land Mrs. A. C. Holt, &pir1t\l3.llUe; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dan
1961 Halloween ,
13' Carnival given
noon. Estrtlllta by Oleda Bowen and The Sandra Parks, Carolyn Tison James Scherrer and
Sewing-Bee: had tug-boat ride. After Mrs. Alma Frost membership,!
''EYe ,at St. Anne's. Episcopal Members of his committeewill The Estrellita Club iels.Mr. String Trio. An organ polo was Barbara Weghorst and Ann daughter of Miami are vaca-
members, a picnic lunch, they all went Mrs. Ernest Wldegren'pro and Mrs. Ralph Mooreand
be Miss
Church Emma Kate performed
6:30 by Jeanette Sctierrer'smother
pm.CoinmunitChurch. Ahrano. Sweat. tioning with Mrs. :
I ten
strong, armed with sewing to; Jacksonville Beach where gram and publicity; Mrs. OllieStevens family spent the weekend
Mansfield. Max: Mooneyham and a trumpet solo Baldwin Hinson.
Young by Buck Seventh Grade--Sara Mrs. A. G.
tools, machines, ironing they took the various rides hospitality;. Ms. Bert t with friends and relatives in
Rev. J. R.
.
Smith. and Mrs King. Jeanie
People meet" 7 p-m., In edoca boards Bass, accompanied Kenneth Tomlinson, Jean
and irons
gathered at along the midway. Christoffers sr:, welfare; Mrs.|Tallahassee. I
Walter
banal" buJldlny.:, Andrewsen. by Mrs. Diane Tison sang Lively Hilda. Wise, and Becky
First Refreshments were served in the Masonic Hall on Monday, Chaperone drivers were Mrs. Irene Williams, sewing; Mrs. Miss Susan Bass of Tampa several selections INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty
and
Baptist Intermediate Oleda Mathews.
May 22, for an all-out work Roy Tyre Mrs. Dan Pater. Helen Egan sunshine; and Mr s. spent the weekend \lfith'her
Ch'olr -cafeteria after the meet- Bowen Carol
Practice 6:30 Hurst and Ann
p. m. session forlthe Mrs. Eighth, GradeValeie Olsen -
1 to make Lena
draperies
in Clemens, Mrs. Don Jack Haberstroh vlrJ.tfition parents, Mr. and :fra. Jack
Bowen
First- Baptist Concord Choir ? | sang also. Marian Fred- Bonds and Allied Lines
Oriental Display halL These will soon be ald Shackleford Mrs. W. I,. and piano. ,, Martha Scott, Carson
ratUce.6:30'p.m.: completed making the Masonic Bunce, and Zane Bass.Mr ricksson gave a piano solo and Johntry, Cathy Webster.
K.ai7, May 29 Enjoyed, By Club Netherton. 'I The retiring president: Mrs .and Mrs. R. P. Simmons Mr. Holden a French horn Reynolds Insurance
Executive Board r On Tuesday, May 16 Key- Hall and its facilities for en- Duplicate Bridge Results Grolick, presented the- gavel to and Mrs. R. M. Cason spent solo. Ninth Grade-Sue Dull, Ellen AgencyW.
Meeting tertainment another fine improvement On Friday the Scott and Barbara White-
evening May 19, new president and Mrs. Saturday in Gainesville. ,
Women ot'c the, CommuniClirirch9:30' igers wep treated to a raretype The end of the Talent. Show L. Reynolds
in Keystone. The Mrs. Helen
Phelps Elizabeth
l of entertainment and Mrs-! Hlmble presentedMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford and head.

aim afternoon'of'Oriental: life an in community spirit of volunteerservice Alice Ketchum were holdersof I Grolick with a gift. from I daughters, Doris and Virginia, consisted of a Fashion Show, Tenth grade-Virginia Ford,! Ph. 2442 2701

86Anne's Cub, ukDe; n ,1 mewing| authenticstyle.. ,The affair and good will is an as- top score at the regularweekly all the circles. attended the open house at''[narrated by Mrs. Gilbert Reed Pat Reganand Carol Roth- Keystone Heights, Fla.

; 'Episcopal church, was in connection with the r'set very noticeable to the new meeting of DuplicateBridge The Men's Club will meet at Cape Canaveral [where the men of the com- hammer.

rtervschool.Art : comer to our town. Club Section I. 6:39: Monday,-> 29, in Mr. and munity modeled the latest
Division Mrs. p.. iday Mrs. Billie Daniels'
Garden of the Woman's Eleventh grade Jeanette:ten.
:Class; at iDot,:Newman's, [lady's fashions. 5
] The next Estreliita Club Jessie Herzog and Miss Sally the educational building, for of Titusville spent last week This part of
p. m. I Club, and their study of| the show Ahrano Doris Ford Larry
meeting! will be held at the Mansfield were second the last until with was worth waiting
high. meeting .Septemher. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dan-
oriental
flower arrangement. Strawn. and Carol Hurrt.
Instructions for Teea-AsersBt. i home of Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder In third place were Mrs. Henry Albert E. Bachman of i iels./- till ast to see and the .audience -
.,WilUan1'a,"V'p.: m.. Each person who entered roared. Twelfth grade-Maida Griffin
at 8 p. m. Wednesday Mickle and Mrs. John Kar- Keystone ''HeightS -Wm'be thel The GA's held a Mother-
the Club Rouse under
C4P' Cadets;:730-at 8kytffL; passed |June,IV g S. <. speaker'Reservationsi should) bel[ tighter Banquet Thursday ,HONQ& ROLL. Carol" Hansen H... and. ..., Ju,.-dyKEYSTONE -
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may, Mai' '" a'Torirl: at the door./"T1ie interior Kii pP.--;
; OY T 'I EasternStar Meeting Brownie NeWS'Eleven made The Honor Roll those stir
\ as soon as possible. .. night in the educational building
: $f tb e club was decorated
!Derr'3' the's'Parish.Houlea ,
CUb..8eout4, |!" ]&} in Oriental d The June 6 Eastern Star Brownies from Troop Community Church News'The" of the Baptist Church. The I..;: .
style anon
ter. 00). chapter meeting will again be .229 will fly-up into-Girl ScoutTroop Community Church: theme "Hitch a Wagon to'a .
the Oriental
., stage was an 1
.Third/Grade Brownies
;i eJ Room. =this being 'a Tokonomo. entertained by the chapterhosts. 190 on Friday. May 26. Sunday School Is busy -with,Star" was carried out in thej
srowri1,Troop 22t holei'cook-} I Thomas Finlej, N. W, They are Debra Brault. Dianne plans **for'" Vacation Bible decorations.r HEIGHTS. MELROSE
place of honor. On the:
out. < upper at home of Penny wall was a Bingata scroll under Hardenbergh H. Edward Has :Ilgen, Terri Christoffers Debra School The) theme this Duplicate Bridge Club win-

tte eey and Frank Jones. The!Kingsbury, Joann Kuykendall, will be "Around the WorldWith : ners Included the following:
which lovely flower
was a I
'Chapter'279 will spon-, Brother Stars are an intregal[Betty Mordente, Peggy Shau- ""Christ'Bible School will. First place. Mrs. Bea Cooper

,. IOlJ;:card;party sip.,; m.Wtiaesday arrangement.Shoji Screens There along were the other also|part of this order, and on entertainment -'ghnessey, Mimi Float Sara be held June 19-23 from 9:00: and Mrs. Lucille Davie; second BUSINESS, DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE

May 31 night, the wiveswill Lou O'Connor, Gina Ma ssa, till 11:30:: a. m. I place Mrs. George Phelps and i
walls, and a Tatami on the
iCU Scouts pen. 2 meet at | be right behind them. and Sharon Brannon. I This year's faculty will be: Mrs. Alice Ketchum- ; and- third --s

BU: Anne's ParlshHouse.:; .alter) poor.lttrs.: Yaeko Hinck conducted Garden Club The third-grade Brownies Group :I of Beginners: Mrs. place Mrs. Arnold Larsen and SERVICEWheeler' GIFTS-TOYS f fJena PACKAGE STOREShaughanessY's

f an oriental ceremony, with' The Garden Club of the[will have a supper cook-out at! William Beam, assisted. by Miss Iva Hillyer.

Group and Blb1el Mrs. ,John bird, and Mrs.Lakes meets today May 25, a*t the home of Penny Bessette on Margaret Muir; Group n: Mrs. School News

'6 : ,'at Community Church: Walter Andrewsen honored the home of Mrs. William Da- Tuesday, May 30. This will be.J. T. Hawes, assisted by Car- Friday,' May 19, was Honor ServiceCo.
as

Anne's as cohostessThs will be the Third Grade Operetta Widlt. In the Primary Dept., OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY
St. Junior Choir;
Six little girls from KeystoneSchool COMPLETE SERVICE ON
practice, ''3:45 p. m. :. did 'a Japanese Parasol final meeting of this reason. Friday evening, May 26, the Grades 1 and 2, Mrs. William sons will not be on a conducted televisions-Automatic. Wash- : CLOSED SUNDAYS
Party At Moody'sOn i Keystone Melrose Highway
JogJ
children of Mrs. Wood's and Warren with Craft Leader Mrs. i -
but
St., Anne's Senior Choir Dance. tour plan to visit 20 irs Electrical Appliances-Out-
Saturday. May 20, Miss Mrs. Harris' third grades will' Hal Hand; Grades 3, Mrs. William -
cities and 13 countries at their:
t1ce.:30'p. m. I IJ'1ht. There were 22 flower exhibit Carolyn Jean Moody, daughter offer the operetta Jack and Few with Craft Leader! leisure. board Granite Motors-We1d1ng 5-2401 Melrose China & Pottery Greeting,REAL ESTATE

Baptist Church dd its and a table of souvenir of Mr. and Mrs. Chester the Bean Stalk Mrs. Joseph Wildt In the !-
at 7:30: p. m. Everett Fox came home from ALL WORK GUARANTEED Cards Gifts for all occasions -

.i Moody, entertained with a There will be dancing as well] Junior Department Grades 4, Bradford County Hospital! last Serving Customers sine 1947 Free Gift Wraping.!C. J. Pete O'Connor

.McKAY party for the servers at the as singing with dances from Mrs. John Kingsbury with Saturday after a stay of 10 Between Keystone and Melrose Keystone Heights II REALTOR
AT KEYSTONE Junior-Senior Prom at Brad --
Leader Richard
Craft Mrs
.foreign lands. Assisting the days. He is feeling better every REAL ESTATE
"* ford High School the previous teachers are Mrs. Walter An Sunderland; Grades 5 and 6. .HOME IMPROVEMENTS i MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

There.are still many bargains in Investment Real David evening. Party guests Bill included,drewsen and Mrs. Jim Heth- Mrs. Charlotte Austin with I'!I i day.Harold Ridaught was on vac- APPLIANCES-T V Home Keystone Heights- Phone 4297
Ingram, Jackson.Jack Repairs
erington. Craft Leader Mrs. E. V. Wide
cation last week and he lived
Estate ,
=and 'in.DT that the "Little -
Feller"
buy$10'
can McComb Tommy Andrews The program will be open a fisherman's dream come ALTERATIONS ADDITIONS

-- down and.JI0 a week,'for instance. Mien Bias, Geraldine!to the public with no admission gren.The Young People WIll be true. Such lovely strings offish Redfearn'sAppliances CABINETS FORMICA TOPS Winifred H. .

t ; Gay Henree Lou Dennis,!charge. led by Mrs. Albert !foL! with, including one eightpoundbass Phone Keystone 4212 CRAWFORDReal

COME BY AND LETS TALK REAL ESTATE Marie Chester, and Brenda HELP! POLICE!! Craft Leader Mrs. Chuk New- !
Lott. The teen-agers had a I HARDWARE Rer- Estate Broker
In our little community.folks ,.i man.Mrs. Sorry to hear that an uninvited HOTPOINT APPLIANCES
ASSOCIATES: I. BranH M. Ilgen R. Lovorn wonderful picnic lunch, after: 1 Robert Hendry will bib e Lake Properties Acreage -
seem to get along with skunk came to see the Maytag Washers and Dryers Brooklyn
which they enjoyed swim Ranches Business City
of music.
one another very well, and charge .Mlss1onary Norman Thompsons Wednesday Zenith T V
,Phones: 3071, 4151, 2051, 4152 rning! boating, and skiing. many people:-perhaps foolishly Stories will be told by Mrs. night and left his calling Supply House Homes Rentals
"We Take A Personal InterestIn
Fourth Graders Enjoy Trip Raymond Starnes. Mrs. Frank SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
I -do not lock their doors anight VAR-TUNG PAINTS
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On Monday May 22, th Stitchberry will be refreshment card.Mr. Keystone Heights, Phone 425: Your Requirements"Midway
To andMrs.: Laws
keep things running Muirf
Y. boys and girls of the fourth Outside House Paint : Keystone Heights .
smoothly]: in this manner, andI chairman. and children spent the week Mildew Resistant
Melrose
grade at the Keystone Heights!
I to discourage. crime, have. The Young People will take1charge end at Daytona Beach, soaking
we
I SPECIAL $US GALLON 21 '
Illway -Open Sundays-*
School BOATS
enjoyed a class trip to of the worship tvice s
; our aceman. That gives us up 'sun.Dr. Keystone Heights Phone 2741 1 i OB 5-2981
tJ. St. Augustine. They were accompanied -'
: registration. Director of
and
a feeling of security, as well it Paul Bird of Lakeland!
t by their teacher,] might. the Bibles School will be Mrs.; was the weekend guest of Mr The BOAT Barn Odom's Hardware
\
Mrs. Frank Jones and the following Barry Wyman, Sr.
and Mrs. John Bird of Keystone .
It wasn't until last weekend RESTAURANTLawrence's
H parents: Mrs. DanPater ) : Keep watching for news of are' MELROSE GR 5-2711 & Supply ,
Heights. Thi men
1 i that we ,had occasion to call. .
:
Mrs. L. R. Braull. Mrs.
our Rally on June 16. brothers. HARDWARE PAINT
c our policeman. Fortunately> re" DinetteShort
Madeline Smith, Mrs. ET.. p "Sl I WWIam's.e
{ and S. E. McKay Cement Blocks Red Mix
Mr Mrs.
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were unduly alarmed but : ,' Orders SandwichesBaled
Martin. Mrs. -
t George Mass St. William's Choir !is hap *
:1 ,entertained with a cookout a t NRUDE Cement
did learn what an.extremelycomplicated
Mrs. Thomas Hawes Mrs. and Draught Beers
py to have a new member,
business is to their home last Sunday evening AlES & Sinclair Kerosene and,Fuel Oils'
Marshall Gallop, Mrs. Kings- Jt I Pater. Sundays Too- Closed Mondays
Mrs. Dan :
: included Mr. and Meter Service
Guests
RHODE ISLAND bury and Max Mooneyham.In call him. We wondered if It;1 Catechism and teen-age Instructions -, Mrs.1 SERVICE Kitchen Open 11 A. M.-9 P. M.
weren't to have Mrs. Hal Hand, Mr. and Mebrose Phone: Gr. 5-5421 Fla.
possible some! Keystone Heights,
St. Augustine, they visited will discontinuewith : John Bird. Mr. and Mrs. L. ,R.
Rhode Island is the sort of receiver in his
smallest of the car
states, but has i LUMBER -
the Lightner Museum and old the close of the school:!
Brault Miss Gertrude Houser,
never taken a back seat in sturdy independence. Fort Marion They also had a when he is> on duty, in prder term. RESTAURANT DRIVE-IN
and out-of-town guest Dr.
an
|to get his calls? CouWnt
Providence the some San Lebrydo
Capital city was founded in 1636 by picnic lunch. The teen-agers are planning; Paul Bird of Lakeland.

Roger.Williams, who was banished from Massachu- Morning Coffee one start? This a petition is how or't something goes: a boating and skiing picnic vfor, Mrs. Rose McGibbon of De- FLORIST Lumber Co. White Top DriveIn"A

sett?, "for God's, mercifuf providence unto me in Thursday morning, .M1'& We are told that we must caD! the early] part of June. ). are i Kalb HL has arrived for an We Specialize Custom. -GOOD PLACE. TO EAT

y:.distress," Atop the dome of the State House i s'', Calvin Lee entertained with 2803 if we need help. So we: information next we.We're extended visit with her brother Edna Williams Cut Extra Lengths Dinners Sandwiches -

.' bronze statue ,which represents the "Independent a coffee for some of the dial it, and there is a ring and Come Up In The. W seri! Jim Hokin on Spring Lake: FLORIST-NURSERT Materials Cold Beer Sxlas

Man."- Paintings in the State House include a full- friends she has made duringher an answering service comes .on i Now we have a secretary-. W. P. Koonl Wilson nWe FLOWERSFor Cement -'Mortar Mix- Take 11 Out Orders-

length' Gilbert.Stuart portrait of Washington. The short star in KeystoneHeights. telling us to can 4212 tn case: well at least. parUgme. i tined home from St. Vincent';S AH Occasions Sheet Rode Fisherman Open -a.You m.-Catch Midnight and

building is open from 9:00 to 2:30 to visitors. Guests included Mrs. of emergency-tout only in case: want to thank) Jimmy: Fox' for Hospital in Jacksonville lastl Meircee Phone: GR 52331GASBOTTLED ':Mffl .n Hyir. 21 at HHdlebott?,i Oeam 'em Well Cook 'em

Bill Few ,Mrs. Benny Pinter,, of emergency. Since we rarelycan the able assistance'Iieczat renderedus l week after having a pretty Plume: BU 2-5723 Rt. 21 Between

Mrs. Wally MOhlhof, Mrs.. the police for chit ) ,, during the. writing of this rough time following turgery, .I Keystone

TN E KEYSTONE STATE BANK Joe WiMt MrsNorman we go on to the other number.! week's column.- We J vrish- w e i Cntt&96i Oa Hex Page MILLWORK Heights & :Melrose

Thompson, Mrs. Dick Sunder- This numbered Is answered ypoliceman had "nose for'neaoa"'t af' child l I
land. Mrs. Dan Pater Mrs., I CARD OF THANKSI Keystone WELL DRILLING
the poor wife of the ,,! has! Keystone Gas. Co.

George Schaeffer, Mrs. JamesClair. who has to sit up aU.night to I Personals wish to thank all my Millwork Shop WELL DRILLING

Mrs. Dick Spence-Th a-, answer calls. She immediately:: Mr.. and Mrs. W. BDawsoa l friends for their concernThazaday 'andencouragement 24 HOUR SERVICE CABINETS DOORS PUMPS

MEMBER FJ>J.C. as, Mrs. Joe Daurer Mrs- J., gefs'your name and our problem of 'Tptn -hake left during my recent -
A Fritadjy Bank bt*A Friendly W. Warren. Mrs. Libby Campbell HONE US WINDOW FRAMES SEBVJJZ
Community
is noted, and she tries sev for a tour of Europe. They r .confinement at St.October Vin

.Keystone. Heights, Fla. and Mrs. & E. )tr. -1. eral numbers around town In l plan to be gone UntIl cent's Hospital Jacksonville.IU Fraocfaised Distributor of SCREENS MATHEWS

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i Highlights of the'morning'a trial- and-error way, and t I. During their absence. {w.. 'nice'to have such ,wonderful Trim MaterialsSash Well Drilling
Made To Order
was a demonstration of theo :! perhaps she .will find him and Mrs. George Phelps wiII l friends. W. P. [Koonl ,
MELROSS GR 5-5101
make-us. itauClaiz! .,, Meanwhile the tarzler has aJ!aBcccujy ek ias." ,jja..Durr.4. -, MiLSWi1' SAF-GAS "' Keystone HeigfaSa j ,
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(PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 25, 1961

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qyVVyYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl TTTTVTTTTVTTVVTVTTVTTVV1 Hear they had a wonderful revival YTYTYTTTTYVYYVTYYYYYVYV* 'TAX COLLECTOR'S WARRANT I IALAC11UA County. Florida at his office iii the deliver a copy o 'u ,0 'be
COUNTY. FLORIDA Court House, Stance Florida within County Judge 'Ia eo151ic& with
KEYSTONE, at Long'Branch. Church. ,last NO. 178 j eight calendar months from the Station 733.16, Florida 8tUteI 959.
BROOKERBy THERESSA week and .tliere 18 Vane"iri progi'essat Pflf? IfVFf Tax Collector's Warrant Alachua'-date of the first publication of this This 2nd day. Qf1ay96L
County. Florida Plaintiff vs. John ; notice. Each claim or demand must Henry Yliian Saxq .
HIGHLIGHTSiA the Lawtey Baptist Church this Boles Construction Company, 2327 be in writing and must state the AdministratOr oPttlmOaiut, of
V N. E. 19th Dr., Gainesville, Florida, 'place of residence and post office BenjsmlnflceT S5IOfl,. deW -
I Shirley Green By Ruth GriffisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAA week.The Mrs. J. E. McRae Defendant.V ,address .ofhe cjakriant, and must ,. ceased. ': :_
*.* f Assocjatkmal; ;Siudaj Hr *'> '?r '4rZ\ ;:NOTICE OF-SHERIFF' SALE be sworn toby ,till!claimant hjU Marion Wattm 4
I &AAA Al .4A, < AAAA. A A.A,&A A4j School Board, met:in the Highland 'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA V Notice U'hereby giv-en*\that J, P..I agent :or -)l1L attorney or the same Attorney for J-iminlstrator
[Continued From Pare 7] V1 *; -- D. Reddish' JSh rifJ -.of radf ox* will become voId According to law. P. O. Etox 16ST
I, Mrs. WilsoriT Buss and sons of Mrs. Louise Heiberger Cernie Of Church Thursday this week ..a Robert .Starling j is j Bradford (, ounty., 'LuidA.under ,and 1 virtue Such Qr dlto e r, claimant OHist at[Pompano Beach. Florida

4 He said that the prayers Apopka visited" Mr. and'Mrs. .Jfed Ft. Lauderdale .visited Mrs. Lacy 1 3J! p. .mJ! {t J4Ilj1111 ..af&rnoonis County.. .Hospitalwith ,double l of a Tax ismied Collector'sVarant out t>f Aladiaa C heretofore Mi-f !. jim ,Qt .the tiling pf the flame I V -- "-11 4t a-I

messages cards and good ]Hicki and family Sunday./ Wynn during the weekend.Mr. the ordination! .s ro ice-.'$1 >|he pneumonia. ty, Florida in the above styled'IA U1
..l ,M.U .L&vis4 ,tM JgL-: .
: wishes of his friends helped .Olan.Pa1k.was rushed to.Brad- and Mrs. Pledger Johns of :Highland Church, when 'James Mrs: pocia Greene of Dundee lowing equipment, to-wit Y.RIID: '

V V him over the hard part. for ford County Hospital- in .Starke Hampton_ visited, .their. i )on:in-Ja w I Griffis: ;wjll be prdained a deacorv. ,,w 4itiier mother' ,Mrs.A no One body n.L,on F-600 bed-.CQlor-Ford.,'}truck ellow., with UU:; SpringTruck. -Sale > .

which he Is grateful. Wednesday night' :after ..be 1g'pOisoned and daughter,' r and; Mrs. R. Ml':'1 I Everyone is Invited, at, 3, p ,m. '< J; fmji $taJl 1g; Monday. 'Fla. license U CA' 4$3. I} '. "
Herse'Jr.. !Training Union 1 P'fe (1) -yelloW Ford' truck with sj v v ? f ; 1..' I'\ I 7 .
1"f
while duslng tobacco- Sunday, and qftheVHifld) V ; it.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Widegren >IrsjL >L, McRae I left'\; Sunday large tank.on .bed.Tag o. 1360 Fla. ; EEST1 TuEs I
have just returned from a He is now back home and improving -: baptismal services. on tte1dedl 3iuri! ; :U improving. in ttend to spend the week with relativesin 4) ciyEngine Sp. 3S702. ', AcyyIjER* oNEW4pq.
nicely. I that afternoon.Mr. ance from 22"to 31 enrolle L bur 1, ,.One' (1) Caterpillar grader color, ] \,
Jaclpsonyille.Sonny '
vacation
spent touring Tennessee ? I yellow No. 7G 250. .
and North Carolina. The Mr. and Mrs. Carl Siever and ; and, Mrs. Sal :Mongiovi of, Sunday School attendance_ dropped -' Crosby of Apalachicpla One (1) CatepilUr Icrfwler. c.por, V SALES PARTS SERVICE
yefldw. Ko. CB 5'74tth Blade). 0
Ed Coneens are also back sons of Jacksonville were Friday" Jacksonville were. weekend- guests,' some, .with jut 50r. present spent' last week with_ the .Robert. ,Oas (Hi Di Caterpillar era JI'-? t'I, .' . '. j .t.. I *> *
night guests of Mr. and Mrs.. 'of her: sister, Mrs; Lacy Wynn. ast Sunday, but 37' of these'were 'with.blade, cp or, YfUPW .NP- 9C19502. ,
J from a pleasant two weeks the VV V V One (li Caterpillar grader, coler, I. ; .. J" I-r .' I
Evan. Hodges.Mrs On Saturday they :att nded' 100 per cent.. members. The Junior. ,Mipn4 Mrs. Ejjwin Johnson l101F.-.ca.t.J\ro. 212 Motor No. 7B94 & V i'
' :
|j 1 V vacation. Dave Green is ,spending 1 Masonic parade and meeting held Boys' won the bainef.th j time.: were among those' .attending 'One (1) "(Low-Boy1' trailer, cqlor, I CHEVROLET.A LV V

. this week at Brooklyn Lake with! in Gainesville.Mrs. Last week we stated that there] wrestling matches at the Coliseum yello.w.31. Model. No.. V W. T. 25 V Serial No. I'ROBERTSGreen OLDSMOBILE ,

I ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Mr.> and Mrs. Alex Williams and !elm' Kenne and daughter was a tie-two mothers present tin Jacksonville last' Thursday.Visiting .. One (1) Electric Welder. 303AMP. ..I
No. 15M74..One j
Lincoln A
CHURCH, KEYSTONE son ,of Jacks Carolyn of, Kingsley Lake had four children. Well, the J )Ir. and* Mrs.r Robert, (1) ,Air Serial Oompre* qr. Serial I Cove Springs Ph. 3033

}1 ; Sundays-9:00: a. m. Church Mrs. Iva Douglas was 'the weekend visited Mrs. Rhoda Dampier Sun- preacher was wrong again.: There:1 j Starling V and, family last Sunday: No. -17U-lO 2' 7-8'." .; 1 11-16 'X 1 5-8 II .: } '

:\ I School 9:30 a. m.. Morning i guest of her sister' Mrs. An- day afternoon. were three mothers' present with' were Mrs. .Starling sigter, Mrs.I :/TT-,,.. property ,pr. the ,bov I ,}'. V c" -- V.44 : ". V- ," -.V '_ .

Prayer and Sermon 1st and Mrs. Minnie Gnann returned to four children Bell Rosier; rah' of7 th ..... .. ." ""
gus Belling, in Lake Butler. : R. C. .Cannon Palatka.Mrs. .. named lieft'n-ant. J ai)4) .tU>t..orf -- :" ; H "" I
t f 3rd Sundays Holy Communion her home in.Gainesville'Saturday Norman, and Mabelle N Norman- 5 1 day'.of.June. '1961, between the legal -i' .
Mr.' and Mrs. T. W. Markey A- J. Fender and fjaugh- ;hoyr f* ajv. r&y'.eeie ''-,
]. 6:30: p. m. Episcopal spent several days last week' with after :a week's visit with her son So instead pf Mm ,bringing one. ter, q Geraldlne, and their hous$ dock'' in tb, fprenqon and two o'- I

Young Churchmen. Mr. and Mrs Markey's brother, and .daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. more flower; he had to rIng, two i j I i, guests, Mrs., .hfrley Herric! and 1 clock' in ooqn the, on afternoon said !*/at at teIeeiQiJ the 1

1: Holy Days 7:30: a. m. Holy J. M. Markey. who Is seriouslyill James A. Gnann and other rela- more. which he ,did last Sunday j j I children, were in Lake. 'Butler last: south Kcadford door COUllt o.f)..the.Florida.Cpurt I House-.willof: In, I'I

Communion. in Waycross, Ga. tives in the area. morning. V Saturday; i fer for aal nd, jell to the highest
Third Wednesday Parish Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk and :Miss, Marie Taylor of 'GainesVille -.. bidder for aali, in hand the- above '
Covered Dish Supper. 6:30: p. visited her mother, Mrs. L. K. described pro5 rty dt Said defendt '
visited
I Mis. C. J. Tetstone Olan
,
V t9 satisEyra,ex utioi. I -L. j jI
,I m.The Polk at Bradford County .Hospital! Childa last Sunday.We P, D.Sheriff. Red4L.i NATOR'

Rev. Mlllara H. Brey- in Starke ,Thursday afternoon. regret to report'that Walter V :Bradfqi4 County It ,", .." iJ

fogle Vicar. A-3c Creig Wood is home on Swindell is a patient in the Veterans By: Jean 'Wainwright, .p. S. i .

from Hospital in Lake City.Mrs. V "-:11 4t 6-1
Lakeland Texas.
leave AFB.
COMMUNITY CHURCH W. H. Hall and son Den- I Dependable Economical; 1
After this leave he will be-stationed p --
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Amarilla nis.Mrs. Jeap Wainwright .and Im C..Htr Judge** Court In And.
at AFB. He is the Forrad(4t1'd .tQuM7'FIerlda
t Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister ron of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wo d. spnr Marty qnd Mrs. Ernest In re: Estate pf Riley Smith. Was- I PHONE WO 4.1301 NIGHT WO 4-2411 !

I Mrs. J. L. Hetherington Mr. and Mrs. Earl.Greer, Shirley Triest and children spent the dlndec.o'qcp '
TO CREDITORS DEPT'.
CITY .OF STARKE GAS UTILITIESAUTO
.
weekend with in Plant
relatives
Organist and Choir Directer. All \
creditors the
i and Cherie, Mr. and Mrs. _:. pf estate pf Riley -

r Sunday School, 9:30: a. .m. Morning Kenneth Green, Mary Jane Big-I CityrAirs. l by Smith notified..IVasdin and reauired deceased,to are file.here-any -. -'l' ..1'H' 'i 4 4,1 '. .... i' :...
Worship! 11:00 'a. R. C. Dampier and Mrs. Wherein the May days arelswiftly I and send V '- '- '- L., t
m. ham and Stanley Green attended .off to: you With in! claims or demands which they may : 7 r c'

V the "Food Shoppers Weekend"in Jaines H. Breeden spent last Friday .. .flyinr. we-' enjoy. Mother's. -, I|ions ,free: Just be sure to c-'I fic.e have of against the County said estate Judge In'of the Brad of-

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ocala Sunday. V p1 Jacksonville.. Day;, the \vind Wows apd tebIrIL', d ford County Florida" in the Courthouse m
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mrs. Jean Wainwright and son tillThe at Stark 'lorida,' within
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and 8 V ; $un snhies brjght. Y'ester- eight calendar mqnth? from the dateof

I family of Gainesville visited Mr visited tha Truby Wflinwrights in day;w/as cool!, b.ut, not so .windy. ,Igpe$5V the first publication> of thLsVVr- ; P DD tRS
J. R. Smith
pastor, Ralph Lawtey last W Wednesday. The music of tice. Each ;claim "or demand must
Copeland. Minister of Music andS and Mrs. Evan Hodges Saturday.Mr. James youth stopped long. ; .we must begetting the ,tal] be in writing and ,must stat$ the
,:4rs. A. Gnann and Mrs.
ago place' or residence and 'pp t-offjce
and Mrs. Ned Hicks and wind? of the tor4adoe:s south ,of
church organist. Minnie' Gnann'visited relatives in And feet have the' address of the'claimant -and must -be I
t Services: Sunday School 9.45a. sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar forgotten V .' us. .Don is at the store. gabby sworn toby the elabnant, his ageat, .

m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. Waters in Starke Sunday.. V Middle. urg T. F.last Hbwell, Thursday.Mrs. Attended. a The measure hands., folded the i is asleep. He is fu.il"pf\ We. ,MyEJ void or his according attorney. or law.it1:: will- become ,

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis are body gger dog lies in .lite little, whitecasket May 16. 1961.
Training Union 7:00 m. AIR CONDITIONINGAT
m. : p. cpvered dish luncheon honoringthe tired V : :." A. J. Thomas Jr..
and family spent the weekend at put in the back yaji I
Evening services 8:00: p. m. You census. takers. of Bradford and Of allthat By SJ George H. Pierce.
once pleasure. still
gave think of the Attprney, for
the Oklawaha River. .days tbftt rigger Administratrix ,
are invited to share family Prayer Union at the home the
County of But always on day: like this Era Edwards WasdinV
: Jim Tyler of Palatka and Mr. was my constant ..companipn.Ppgs .
time with us- supervisor, Mrs. Ray Crawford of When, stars i First Publication 18 .May, 1961.,
and Mrs. Lex Tyler and grandson Lake Butler, last Wedsesday. re1ighyOuth3iember V *, are good to. 'have. They make 5-18 4t $-'4I -

ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL of Jacksonville visited Mr. V the heart ,tender ;yitb. :Jc ef an$ ',, ;
CHURCH KEYSTONE and Mrs. Dennis Hodge Saturday. fiope, Baptist Church And rose ,scents drifts"iipon the compassion, for all animals anSI The Circuit CJoprt .Of The 1Atk V
6' Revival services elpsed Sunday airThe V :: Aadlelal Circuit Of The State Of i
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall and "V children and p 9 1e. Florida. I. ,And for Bradford V

Sundays 9:30: a. m.. Church Patricia Jean of Fairbanks visit- nght| meetings at Hope were Baptist well :.attended..Church.The ,. heart will-Elma still 'rene1ner.Rowbotham,; *" ?! am.out on the back jsun pqrc.feMy Coui tf,.}V n .Chancery.''No; 12-955 I' S SHEPHERD'S! TV

School. 9:30: a. m.. Mornin
ed Mrs. Amanda Lewis Saturday '
little .
and special music 'a1 l siegingjvyere wrens came_ Dearly thif Mid-State Homes, Inc., a 'lridaCerpgraton ;l
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i
Prayer and Sermon list Sunday night. enjoyed each evening, as wellas For many pjf us )'OUU1Vis behind, year ,and are .s1r rig.and.nesting! ., Jackson and, "Plaintiff'Marie', vs Jackson'Andrew. his

Holy Communion]. 6 p.m. Epis- Mrs. Mamie Hodges returned the'..inspiring messages fcy-.the ''but tbe music has not; topped. i The lilac bushes- are budded .one, wife" V V defendants. : 412 East Call St. Phone 964-6901

copal Young Churchmen. i&st week after spending twoweeks Evangelist, Rev: Alln jRrice of ,So nany peop1e.say, i ver.Lo j I green with .leaves. loki ltt The State NOTICE! Of Florida OF SUIT

Holy Days 7:30: a. m., Holy with Mr. and Mrs. Al Rainin Raiford ,Baptist Churiph. .Bacir: but to jne ..a jop 1ackrigsthesoundof4picof strawerry patch is i'V bloom.! My TO: Andrew Jackson and Marie .VV. j V ,
Communion.Third Jackson his whose residenceis V -
wfe| .
Parish Archer. Baptismal services j rere .cpn-! the heart is .at peace..! kn wr .God .if Unknown. V '

V Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. polk and ductedthe, pastor, ,Rev .M. L. patter of! babys .fegt the..sounds in heaven"and this is still His Tqu .%rs Hereby required to file
Covered Dish 6 6:30 I
Supper, or : your az'.ver or written defenses, if
sons visited Mr. and Mr Perry pa kh8.m, Sunday afternoon at Of,the ocean- roar,.and a love song WorM. Things Will all cone put any, in 'the,( above, proceeding with Attention Livestock Producers!! 1

P. m. Osteen and Mr. and Mrs. Reecey Silver,Lake.Members V at .tw many'f.:'ear!f *9- right, despite the.way the -,Communists the Clerk of this Court and to j I
serve thereof the Plaintiffs
The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,, Holden |tn Newberry Sunday. pf 'the LI\ Sunday bear songs Mother sang and all.the .act .and'.do? J |h 1* ye:, attorney a copy whose upon name and.address -- If Jiavfc hogs
or I
Vicar. Tfyey also visited Tom Parrish ,ta School Class have scheduled swept things that have .m 4 e Ji ig09d should"prayf.for ,them. :iTijey; mustivbe .appears h reon. on or, before you ,
Ihe n day of June 1961. atUe to. sell in
,
.
YYYYYYYYYTn.yYYY1T'"I the 'V teran'' :' Hospital in Lake : their meeting for I.jQ} p. ,ni. fp live. I anV.firjas| _.5j qg very .unhappy peopji'l thin.kj .The. nature of this proceeding .be- new or ;;L ; -s.44

City: who is to undergo a serious Thursday; May 25, 'at the church. as 'I live the. mu ic ill'.never .tlfiat ,i3 |he,V.reason, they are Cpniimunist igg tgage'on a suit,the for 'foreclosure'following on'a described mor- the future please con- ,

I, MELROSE operation,Monday. All ladies of the churpn are in-I stop in pay neart. Hqw vf jv i Votliink $: :R toenjji r ;ike jfguqg real property V lying: ana being' in tact one of .the buyers
ol 1 Another 'I. told Bradford pnnty. Florida, to-wit: i at Copeland, Sausage V
'\' ..Pi\.CaIQjJ1z'. __ my cjh ldhod ho.ni ..jbuiltby you about, who
o'sj.t.ani" Begin In Ihe NTC corner and go
; la&- &. Thirteen-girls ofvthe Gin 'tpd- V \ .: froy 1 t er *nd brothera.'it,was i lost her 18-mqnths-old baby ap4 South>IP0,fttor point pf beginning, cPrnPnYtand.vtetr

liary of the Brooker Baptist tall,' and never paM ,for ,the pmojteWeH tan thence East .75 ft to .a point I
'::1 Faith Presbyterian YYYYYYYYYYYYT J!'" .roomy sturdy $aJnte(3jhite ( H thence South'' 100 ft.: to a point, .

:" .Church Melrpse Church enjoyed @n overnight \- trpnmed ;in_ llQwJaa'I: recall. ,,the poor ,dear.lost'herTheytppk. : thence. West 75 ft. to a point, your livestock. I

: camping trip at Salt Springs Friday CLAY ]HILL Give i child 'a, omeacta her to thp thence ginning.North The above 100 ft.being to poipt a part of be of ,' 1

Sunday serviced-Churcn School,S night. V Mother 4>e it.ever jto hjumble, IiTJrf asyfu; i.* Hex ;jhusband wgnt.'ovw tie following out west'Quarter at pr J .fi pEFERS YOU :

9-45 a.m. Morning Worsh| 11]1 I They enjoyed camping, jsw.ini- he vdll never far go vrqnjf.'l amIpokmg to see he.r and tpjnpl, ined Vo".loudi Southwest, except.Quarter right of"NorthwestQaarter way ,Sec 4' i I

a.m. Rev. Janvs R. Neale Jr., pastor ming, and hiking. By Airs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j npw .to the visit"qf mygrpindsqn ; ly .that :they had him bring her. tion 25, Township i South .Range V BIG ADVANTAGES!

The girls' sponsors Mrs E. ,L. Tnr "T. Fred. He is graduating home without treatment. f pray or 22 less.East. As Containing recorded in 10 ,Deed acres Book more

Lester, Mrs. James, Temple, and ,from:- high school ,next.. Monday_ ., and 8, Page 639 Bradford County, KJori- 1: Cash market every day : I
Death 4 pray for her. God bless the da. .
Of Ernie
TRINITY EF1SPOPALCHCOC1I. Mrs. Lloyd Dyal, accompanied PadgeftErnie then; pn Friday he and a friend, .Done and V .ordered 'at Starke,' : ft Np : |

MELROSE them on the trip. Padgett, 52 of he-'Max- ppn ,Rice, :''i.:.coming opt} to see.jtf. young mpther.- Bradtord" County. Florida, JWs 29 : J11\S pqll. \ V

Sundays 11 a. m. Church Training Union Party vllle-Clay Hill ,sectiondied Saturday I.: cajx ardly 'VaitfU1d I, b ve'. Not only night Wand morning; day. (SEAL of April) 1961.or ,3. Special consideratiqn; .gin to rneat:

morning g: in ,a .L keCit a few 'plans for lang and Charles .t.. Darby -( ': "
The Intermediate Training
School. 11:15: a.m.. Alorning .Prayer But oft throughout the day, Clerk of'the Circuit Court V t yp &s..
after
hospital a tong.jillneps. He 1 .
and Sermon (ti'lrst Sunday, Union Class Qf the Bfooker Bap- planting mqre .garden .then cook I leave the worldly tumult By larlan L. Crosby

Holy Communion). 6 p.m.. Episcopal tist Church enjoyed a bowling was a life-long' resident, .of Clay. things to :eat., V And steal awa to pray. I Harry Deputy M. Hobbs VIer \ 4. Can: furnish' 'ha liQ.j'qr'(( sufficient
member Caleb
of the
County a
,
Ycung Churchmen. party in Gainesville and a weiner When you read this fother'( To pray for love and :wisdom, Attorney for Plaintiff '

V Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy roast at Hampton Lake Saturday_ Baptist Church and a vetf.ran ..ol Day wiH have passed :But ii- To .be worthy of my- task, .O. Box 1, Florida 3285 quantities.QLL
World War IL He, employedby
wis \P. :
Communion.The night. the Florida State Racing Com' er fa someone to f recien, V wred Freed from hate and malice. \ V $-4 4t 5-25 CT HO ia'oil1:

Rev. Millard II. Bteyf ogle. The Class's teachers. Mr. and evry day. Not just.pnqe a year. i These simple gits, I asjc. I : '. ,
mission. i !. The CoBBfy > .o.t |. And
4udK*
V -
Vicar. Mrs. Bobby Drat and Mr. ,and Surviving are his wife ,Irene count it such privilege ,tp ije a I rise with'renewed visipn,. *'.r itracUvrd Couatr, PUrUaIB : S CLAUDE PHILLIPS ft THERO JIUDSON
Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. Layern Mother. Now that, niy grandchildren The for I JPrab| &te >.. 1-791 I -
.t Wilkinson Padgett; his mother, peace ;whfcji long, V In lie: Estate ox PRESTON PftLIT
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Dyal. Mary Jane Bigham, .Stanley Mrs. Elizabeth' [Aunt Babe Pad- are up arid will soon be ,pn My face beam? with His likeness enJArnjp Tancey' Salon, also -'V,

MELROSE Green and Janet Nichols' and their own, I am happier than known as. B.V Y. Saxea, :.Deceased, .
gett. both of Clay: Hill; one stepdaughter V Notice To Creditorsn4 Claimant
Sunday 9:45 a*' m-, Church Donald Carter of Starke ..accom. Mrs. Ruth Corbett of ever. V My heart .swells ,With His, song. You School ,for all ages. 11 a. m., panied the group. My.days.are in notified and required to present.any .
spent working. '
I:, Currie, N. C.; two stepson George "Life does not hold enough ,of claims and' demands wlic1i you. or
Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m,; praying, singing. I,love each passing eith r.pf, "flU;.m&y'bave' against the I;
L. Jacksonville Lee V
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Youth Fellowship. TilE RIUIIT POINT for the years day.. estate of .Benjamin Yaacey. Saxn -
Moore of Clay Hill; two brothers In.which: we can repay .d E&8t"CS late -pf sld. Coun- SAUSAGE .COm ANY, 9... ALACJJUA..FLOlUDA.
Wednesday. 7:30: p. m., Bible way you write. Come In'' and select God bless YOU everv one. tv. to th. County Judge 'Bradford*'

Study and Prayer Meeting your favorite ESTERBROOK Yougan and TTmte Padgett of A mothers love then do your. LOVE MOg E LURA.VlallT A4, -----; ''-rt -NT-f!' rx V ,, -',' I { ( 'f''v', 'i t ,i V I I .' ... ij I __
Clay four grandchildren andtWo bCStV !
Rev. Ted Springer, Pastor Fountain Pen. TELEGRATII. Hill ;; 1- I
great grtndchlldren.i Before she goes .ii way.So THE ; POINT forrttnejou

-- i. Funeral services were held at many a? us. have .lost .our jou, ,writ& Come in and select 'I STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYV I

Gopdyear's 'Church 2 p. m.'with Monday Rev.in Percy Long Branch Knight Mothers. before. we realize how your favorite Fen. TELEGRAPH..ESTERBROOKEquntAln j 1 .

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Newest, Toughest officiating assisted by, Rev T. M. precious they are. I was always .,. #A. _. _' L _' ._, I ." -V V V V V _
glad I wrote to ray Mother many KQTICC ,TU <) J1EFEJO .
Knight and Rev. John E.'Tngram.Burial V 1' AUTO BODY SHOP RADIATOR AUTO TIRES
Safety Tire times ,how'mu 1' ), loved and appreciated ClrcuU C..B C PrudfoM 'Cammtr. '" ... ., r -. f. V V ,
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I' was in the church cemetery FUrldai Cuuaeeir.' I
with arrangements in chargeof her. 'fhenLone June vening '- Case Jfo. U.t 's' Ed Prevatt's .Garage Starke .Recap.Co.-
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V she went to bed and to sleep J>orrLs Thompson VV Plaintiff \ Mk'i: Body Shop .
Brinkley Funeral Horn, Mac- Homer Lee Thomp on.IDefendaat. ,- RADIATOR SERVICE' V V t -Fappy-BouJston Owcer"ftfgf?
YLON never to ,awaken in this world.I NOTICE TO APPEAR, .
clenny. still miss her. To: Uomer Lee Thompson 'whose BUOY & f XDEK.Jil ADlSOOLLLSIONT New Cores-Rodding-Flushiar Recapping lor Pan I Trucks
Active pallbearers, were H.. L. residence, and address 4* Unkn&irotrpu"re / ; ',STB\CE203S I Crank Shaft Grindifg f ft f 1 /OKE SERVICE

Yon. Richard Moeley, B. F Jackson So life flows on, .we send a.man (Hit (or divorce Jiereby, custody npU and ed thM control. P 1nC I Lawn Slower 3} t6jv Kpair4d ;V NEW .. 1 AT: SAVINGS

,Q. B. ..Griffis.J. D. Wilkinson ti\\o space., rumors of 'war of minor- children' litl bea flfid .ESmI J 89.'\Valiut WQ361WO 4-6584 BATTERIES
Safety 95 and death. .Out here :the -wind is against 'you V4fl the above i
Griffis.Personals : .r- 1S N.
and Temple siM.YQJ)221
Henry Qourl.and jau; and you namej N.TeInllk 8t1rk" )VQIQ5TL (

All-Weather $15 i5bl.ck V blowing so. hard one can scarcely raired to serve copy -Qt 'y -;-_-, .,4 P .. : .,,. AUTOSERYICET. .4 t h
*TMabefle' wjdjc against it, meant to plant ftwer- or pkadiny "to the complaint" 1 W* CHAIN SAWS fV '
.. tub-typ ptixt Norman is In the hos- on the,.Plaintiff JUtorn yT. 'Praak.Landrum ( I 1
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tir yoirI4 : more garden today, but it is{ far P: : (X-Boi MtStark*, Dodd'a Service &. .
pital at Lake Butler again. Qhers I FlpridJU:and file the''orl.stlal 'n'.the TRANSMISSION V ;*ivi'*"'* INorithAJ TempJ Amoco'.
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pn the sick list :are e1e Wilkmspn office of the .or.tlt.- CirCuit 'u'. Apt Sue3 .
i1 TESTED TREAD DESIGN onions, _lettuce and .radishesi y Court on or before Hue 12 dar #1 V 9m: Q4 IL
: Louise Johns Irene ..Padgett. terday and fertilizedthem.. iThis! June 1361:' otherwise the 'anega- Taaaer's GENERAL REPAIRING I POULAX CHAIN
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proved on millions of cars-th. i and Jim :Strickland.? tlons .of said 'Com.a.1nt..wUl'. betaken Jilf Service International Lifetime Mufflers SAWS
I wind! is drying up the ground. We at coafe se4 by you: V Competly _
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_________ same tread design used,on.more VV r Lacy'Norman's arm is som>,betterdiaCartervasale had a' nice rain early this week, ThU notice.shall published eel once GULF p orqis; FIRESTONE J EqeJPJect t IyI
4 \ new 1960 cars than any other. I each week for '(our e0psmtiy Complete" Automatic Tires-Batteries-Accessories
.to and f. have_ some cabbage plants weeks in the Bra 4fpr'd Coupty TJle-. TransmissionsService V Priced &. Deigned f9 r t :
I return from the hospita 'recent-" ar>1L : V 52* & HilnuVWO 48861tarke"66"J5eryice 1 '
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Dated this 3 day .of Ifay 1M1. aiuj Repairs ..
: VV i )ly,, Shirley Padgett |ts lack $ome goes down., v (SEAL) V &r AU.Jfakea" ', :, i 66k N; Temple Stark ''WD. Q
TESTED and able to be and around, Charley 4- Darby. n .
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Here is A good hot :weatherjsalad : Clerk of the Circuit Court V33y ,6& N, Temple Starke WO 4-321 [FARM SUPPLIES ,
J ; against8well-knowntiresiniu V : .ria.n L. '
gain.Willie --you;can prepare aSeadT CrpsbyD.C. ..', ,
V / V ? "class for read ThUGoodyear -11 U '.1 Bfll war4s., Prop.
Vk price .{ .\vear Padgett Is wortfny }iithi AUl' PARTS VV I
48-HOUR shredded
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fUP WE 8PECL4LIZE: [Byownlee 4 CLja
V Nylon was by, far thtoughest. Winn-Dixie! waresouse in coconut 1 ." JN i I
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cup orange :sections The .-h.p". c.ut or J. BRAKE SERYICEVV SEEDS FEEDS: FEB _
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V 4ikes 1 cup tidbit pineapple, I 'JfJVf.r V Cty. }1da Wheel '
Balancing1 & I ,
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% .f'la Starkei Mpjor Insecticide Crate f.
priced an average ofeach. He .says it Is more regular 1 small Ja The JEstate Of: V "rw'
marshmaljowa cut in
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V William Thomas Uurrhee. De 617 N Tem J Starke. WO 4-SS&1 I "Your Frienajy Fann
V V more .. thafl U lpojg. :1 1 ". Pfurt CO) Inc. 5\l f ,
: half cup sour cream. (Commercial ceased. V V 7
'. Jon and Betty ubelowV.of.. ). Drain fruitII'I V NOTICE TO CREDITORS Gilbert 'Bo t Our PriendJ' j
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T"'H" 'tJft' All- persons havlnr claims or 'deth Mfl ( jS.StAadard Farm Supply Stor*"
I JiQ; ,MP 6Y :O.WJ' W .Vf 'Q1 Jacksonville ,visited the home coconut and marshmallQtwp, jthed majd. a lat **$tate4f -'i1m : i Cor 10th t Cherry Starke
T. m jfurrhee 1eslsed,.are'here .JobbeFor. JJflJ. Oil Service StationATLAS 14S
I'' foJs.l.stpday| V sour.cream. Cover.bojyl .an4 jjtface b y notlfed and required Jiltheir -- -.-=.N-
in 48 hcur. in Ut .ftk., f .the CoavXte Cor. 'Brownlei & ffiaricAUTO V : ; -% :y -rTJBES V
Miss Debby Phillips ,and son refrigerator Serve ,on claims 'VP2idnWQ 9'.f i
:: Goob1i ** ; of Bradford County-norlda, .4,0801..M 81 \& BAfTE IE / ; ._
Simeon, were at Church with us uw.y5; MINTS I-nadertoa incite County Court Ho"e at Uuru, Budget Terms-Road Service40T
in Highland'1at Sunday. We were lettuce with crackers. Florida. >within -fight .cienda t ItEPliRs" q -' V Thomas Welding
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t &aoE PCOPLK Hid OM AOODveAft TlHf. TMAJt ON A'1..CT.U KIND| months frora the' date of the V first ., ... : .. N Temple Starke WO 4-7071
glad that she was there and could '. ',' "
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v -.1. in. teiepnone directory all names pnblicitfea( of .thi* sotioe.- or! : &
play the' piano since jce.had.. a and Cumbers often. Mae a same, will become 'TPid accordlne .1 Garage
Service'Statlm GOODMAN'S sore arm ad could hardly have pen or penciL Be imre. Jto .SI TTWim Thorn* Murth.ce.Jr. .r qe &KCLAIK STATION I AcetrleneVeWfr Wezp
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played.V r Administrator of the Estau of "T ; zp 4EW.IST VI
hav whites J..t teiper-
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room Wflliam Thomas 'Murrhee ((Sr.)'IMceased ALL "KEJTDSA .f ; V Complete Auto Service I >
SE!BER p. J500D5IAN BeY. W. D. .Jows clerk :ol Ihe t--,.to.beat weH,for. .ejrjnguftjorangel '* T- JTO REPAIR '9 win TraiJV

U. S. 301 at dty LImits Black Association. food cakes.. Does woman First-publication May 11. 1JII.HoIlisV V iiiitv
V V Sputh Creek. Baptist any Knight AH 'Worjr Guaranteed .:': eetJ1c Wd4&tc' ,

V V wj$,with us at Highland.last Bun- 3rant> pretty apron patt&n4. Starke- JrtorW. ; Sol Wjrfant StarlurWd"a 4 {"42 .Madison" .! .wosoi .
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1 HAMPTON LA WlEY Home Demd4$+i i&p Lot.In Blending 1. II of Blk.Sb 16E S R John. Jl. t.1$ .I S 13.8' to'POB. U' 22 Fred Cur J4nes'Eit" 1 ; ...19

W %5. ft & Ex : Com at S E Cor of '
Ho&s'bi 35 ft of Lot Iin XEU, N 44 Dg W' ; .
By ,Mrs. D. E. HjllJTo By Enza Blanchar1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Orlg Town ot '. .i 56.02 for POE X' ,-'
." Starke .. S Carl JUcf1 ,33.40 44 Dg W' 371.9"', '

'...A..A..AA.....W A ..... ,,& do PPRQ5HY: ROSS, : LOt 3 of 'Blk 2 In L .. .. E .'1-. ;;;. 'i. ;, : :e. r ..:X t 40 tI! Dg Dg.Brn.W 360' 'to,' .: ; '. :<' _! !
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a eJic'D\plumas Piano Recital j Home DemoncAfIpd' t Lot t. ot Blk I,'In 1{ "", V S en.. >Pab I Hwy R/W, Xeiy .. ''i:. .,
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*atSehoAIIre .JIprufai Grace Methodist Cfourch was I ; S 41,85'tb. -1 $ ra'1 r't". ,' *
l :t3Ic tt 4tf jet :Jo.t; {::? : :
Canning For Tile Fair cooker L jr-V:
I pints D 3590
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P. T. Noian. principal of Starke the setting for a recital by Mrs. \ } .' k15iJlLTA -;' ;' (::.;-' ., .. "',. -#- .
Elementary School will be F Ar .ypu; keeping ${ .fOun v fair quarts 35 minutes.. .CoOs SID .. : .: : :' ,. \ l pocti sport' lUZ ..I }tll L thru la of .. .. .
W. Moore's "
guest piano pllplls'ihurs->> in mind while doing" our> home To*Remove Upoinf Ini N 30 ft 'ofLot f' of" VV;. :.:' T."Blk' -51' fit 11.-W .. '. .I. ,l-. ", 1. t ... ,
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speaker for graduation exercises day night May 18. After the excellent Elk.18 In' .f.. T. &: iitJ'o'. '. '.- ;) i Hayes S/D & EH .;, .' 'J -
canning? You may exhibit one\ This week ,Coe StD' -' Alberta tklna U6W1,2'oS of Magnolia St, Adj ,'.., ',,1., = '.1/.
afc Hampton Elementary;;. School program, refreshmentswere : '. .. eiad-a-rgou tfcf : J, ; .. .V.Jl.... Ex R/W V ; "
jar of"each thing'you can-druittl;E Lots t. 2 of $_-" .. : + D L Thomas, 11.77
Monday night, May 29, when 15 served in the recreationroom. information Tempvjpg- all- Y-' : '
pn, ; ; ) $!Ik' 23 &: :W eI ; ? oj 1 Lot as Desc in : i.. *,* .- :

will receive diplomas from the vegetables, pickles, jams; ill'ese point ink} stains, Maybe, ,this is Lots 1 Sot Blk U _.t' DB 1)-11& 3.* t ,Ii' Up Robert &: Tbelttut G"'Ji r'%..55
fruit juices. {In L TccC4A $t'tt Jbywood ProoksW 1.7 ; reLot
ves. : Lot In N E Corot <<
one of .
eighth grade. Mrs. Moore's class includes Kay your/pjoblems: ,
i 'of Lots 3 & 4 2 '
: BIk ,51I0 ,
Mrs. M. B. Jordan and !Mrs i ; .
The graduation exercises will be Colson, Bqnita Green, James ( Spongy .stai ., seye< l.times xwitil pI Blk %': Ip ;r. Ic ., t<:'" ..; .. ,-: SQ hi J bM'JOhna' .i, !4 '1. 1i "' :
Hal Hamilton [chairmen for this I Coa'S/D : ..' I 3,75I
: Frances $I loon a S/D James 0 MaDantel
/ Jnthe} s,<;$ooj auditorium begin:: Crawford, David Kirkland. Bar I section] wish to have a larger l! Acetone or: Aqiyl 1..AeratePut! ; a I II .f -, '. '....'. ,. .. .- : Will&ma; 3.55 Lot In XW. Cor of ., -

ning at 8 p. m. Harmon Morgan, bara Kirkland, ,Peggy .Lee. Linda i I I towel or blotter under:the.sta1n-1 Lot 3 of Blk 3. In L :, i. .. 'J' ( Lot 2 of Bik 5 run '

t superintendent of schools, will and Ferrell Brassell, Joyce Craw- exhibit than last year, and stress ; ed fabric., Use' Amjl ,Acetate oji! T' It C08 SID(; iF 1 ,;.i,:: Walter Cntn.. lng8 U5. E %%0'. ft, 110. V ; ,"
that JV 220' N + "" ; r u
rural as well as urban folk Lot 3 ,8.N; 25 ft t. 1W1V. a ;
present the diplomas. ford, Karen Lee. Sharon Tatuno, are invited to 'show of f-their can- Acetate, Arnel, Dynel and Verelt :'l.ot 4 of !l1k.U In '1. .;.:,': .,. g' r r POP .'f ? Elmer' B Thomas' ,5,59

iCorca J1a.Allen is valedictorian Wayne and Jerry Dempsay, Gale ,!t Acetone on other fabrics. This i I.. T Coe SJn V ::V- Emma ,"u gbf' 'I .t't u.n. >\.3(10'( of.NI' of '_ '. ... / ,
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ned goods, so this exhibit will again : .r SEU of Ex '" .
Lot .1' NEt,4 h r
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for (this year's class, and will give Gaskinsand Patty ,Bryan. Include"-men.and ladies. i will[ remove fresh tau{ \ :,, Old T C98 SID : 11,45 /W .33 ,6 .28'H. .'L' Harflfy! 1.68
John H 1
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the class history during the pro Successful HomecomingThe I! stains ., ,- Lot 4 of '!Jlk'* Irt .:, V VV t '
The chairmen prefer that may also} .require) bleaching: J ts 'o'. k ..:!n, or. : }, : VV 'u A' p ;:
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I gram. Carlton Meng, salutatorian, Homecoming at First Bap- j As .If' It .CosD' I. k & Jo Williams 5,6! South Gate S/D .. V F Donald i Bewnett 3.01
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Use standard jars as Ball Mason, a preca tlp try .Jhe"cjiemi- 't' Sflll ; .. ; ', '
will the'cl 1 .Wof. r't i er Blk .. poipa.. |, yw Cod qf : : .
present ss prophecy; tist Church last Sunday was a Vt
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J err: and other makes. A fancy cads on a sector part ot ,hp to&s2o'ofW! >o ; : sreu< of 'W'l'1'un' r-
and Odessia Melton, the class great success. After the mornings 'garment that I of Lot; : Blk lAL .i: I .: E846'S285 toS t V '

Kill and testament.T packs looks showy but is not a'must" won't sbc. Care T It Cna I '.'" ., 'F, mM'" Sttp ly S1.3& Side of Canal for ,,
by the pastor. Rev. T. L. ; '
: r' POB. Cant S 125':: ,
.should also taken !
Color, -ot the food be "becausp L9 t 14 of ,' .. .
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P'os1Airi' t W 356' to Canal .. t .' ; '
school dish -
glee club composedof Howe, a bountiful covered : : .
: clearness, a full -pack covered these chemicals are pplsOnous I. T & s F :'yin Williams 4.09 Ely along Canal, .f.' :t. eV :, :;, ,!r
'all the eighth graders and luncheon the large ;Lob 13. & H.of rBfk. :[:;g. T" .
was enjoyed by I and flammb l lit:, .,' .' 380' to POP 33 f'U1 *, .Lf'ota'-M. :McQaeea i.lI
with liquid; not JPl"ocessed I 4inL T" Co.W' ;
some from the seventh and sixth crowd attending. I' -" LOOter 'J ,rf\att 14.63 Con? at XW Cor" ef T.'t .f. !i '-t. ...!t" .,:.: ::. t
grades ',will present three 'vocal Among the guests attendingwere are important points.! The jar lid I Washing rr mDvessptetype{ $ $ of Lots 5. I. 1, I, t. :U "' :, ::' n SW',4 of XWH ,, '+-, 1-,' ..

should not be rusty. ballpoint 1n1 ',stall Jjut'seis' othj- I' of 111 I. TCoa 'I '. : .. run S 506_ for ," VS .
numbers on the program, under Mrs. Lois Carter and sons, E'lAddk ', '. "" Edwin ; ,%.51 POB S 358', 'E V !
Conserve Those Squash! er types. To see if the sta.ln l WPllams 510.6'toRRR/W .
.rile direction of ,Mrs, Carolyn Rev. and Mrs. Jack Mabry, Mr. Add Lots :E 4 3: of Elk 2 ", 5 ;, X on W R/W 358 'M it : jEva'
Now is the time to I wash ,
freeze
or out,,try it or Ex Rd In :
on 11 scrap Highway
Canova, music teacher; The Invocation and Mrs. W. D. Adams and children i I '. I Addition Grern <{0.13 W 615' to roB 33 I 22 'IbettHarrlaen: f.59
benediction will be can squash while they 'are young where It'wont' show ()n the"gar c :> Robprt.G .. Beg at XE Coy of -
and Mr. and Mrs. E..P. Lee Mr. I'I'I Lots 1 .t: .2 of Blk 33 .., 't 3tiin
I and tender.. ment. ;'p..ekJ! dd' Pauline 'Thf.tD .31..0 "SWU of JTW1 : : '
'bRev.. W. P. McElroy, pastor of and Mrs. P. C. Dixon, all of ; .. run S 361.5' W'
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To freeze: Wash\.ad cut in Aluminum Polish, Loh 2.:3: ,f 0'.ink' f' ., .,. 361.5 N 361.5', E -. "V' z
Hampton BfcDtist Church. A Starke; Mrs. Pat Dixon Jr. of a2 in J 11 ..ohns ', .1"" '
361.3' o POll 14 S 22 24 Jacqueline, Moorer S.4.95
[one-half inch slices. Heat m boiling For cleaning aJluniiniun V H.Gu b r 38.15 ** *
member of ttte! 'American Legionof Raiford Mr. end Mrs. Portier of utensils, fdd ; ; JlsepR .

water, for .3 m.injjtes.i } Cool you'can make'very'* good | Beg at NE (' of '' ,. _' .,, Merrill Edwards
Starke will present two Albany, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. .ipblish :>r Collector '. <
promptly in cold water and drain '"- > j ;iSF.IofNrun.: : '..' i : Tax -
American Legion awards. Harry C. Taylor of Middleburg; Use one l large' b.aj Jvjjry .Spa A, W :33: tt S 330 tt I City Of Starke, FlorWa

Members of the; graduating Mrs. Margaret Burton of Jack- well. 2 and onelf oz. Borax ihd. ,8 to FOP ;tuft 'F:130' :.: J f ,:; i. #s.f;. .. .
50 tt W 1ao'ftN
'- lass include Cordelia Allen, Carl sonville, 'Mrs. Betty Thrift and Pac CV into .container, leaving three fourths pz., G}ycerne. SO ft to POB' 2t 'U 'L.1a. Bagk: G...... .'\, fjII'. Z.d4Corn .

Beck Virginia Brown. Judy Mrs.Sunada Thrift of Macclenny, one-half inch space. Seal and Grate the soap on the coarse t ,' .Cor' Rt .. .. ,," ." Ifif' NOTICE .
freeze. When re-using plastic bags, .Sf} &f" 'E i A:' .- Notice is hereby riven that the following; described ChiMs Roger Fulton, Carolyn of Rev. and Mrs. .
who were guests side of the grafer. T.O th> add 2 ron W 350 tt S sold at. Public Auction on the 1st day of June 19U;' at" Stark, the

#lsey, Philip eysV., C. Roper, Howe! ; and Mrs. P. Johns, Mrs. be sure there are no holes. They cups of hot prater',{fnd :bol| to a 145 ft for a POB CflflBty<< of Bradford; Start of Forida'top. *y the. amount due for taus

Vivian McCullough, Gloria McKinney Sponholtz and Mr. and Mrs. S. :cause drying. ,ou.t. of', ,//vegetables. jelly. Then add borax and boil ISO thence'S ftw N' 50 50 ft ft.. E W ,: ,. 1 and herein advertising set opposite toi the same together pith all costs. V of neh..1t

James McKinney Odes- Church. To can: Select tender 159 fHo POD '29i, i 6 :: u LM. Gatln 151.
C. Harley from Northside young down again to Jejly'ormr! :;I iemove .. DenerIitiM. 8. T. R Acre Ovrier TaissNE
6fa Melton Otis Melton. Fred squash with small seeds. Wash. from heat .mixer Lots 12? 21, 22. of '
( WSCS Meeting ;place/ 4n( bowl Plk 2 h ; ..: <, of XEU! X ft

Peeples and Carlton Meng. I I The WSCS met Tuesday night} slice. If small can whole. Add and mix' sloy 1 1st.speed 1 .until# Do..Ung. AdL. .w.. \, :": Quy. and. 'J1t'sL.' .a ,'__ E of River 4 1 19 3 R D&: Carthy CtlioB 'l.t'

I Tuesday May 30, will fre the May 16, :with Mrs. Orville 'Bum- sinall amount cjf bpHinjr water mixture as{ cool. Add yxjerinp! t-. '' ,.",. ,. .,'. r Andlq- ; ..6.! Com at Intec of S

last day of school for students The hostess, assisted by and bring to a boil Pack into while still mixing. 'JporeaseTspeel Lots 2 & S of.E1k 5 .40. ',. ?. te J..inof fit) gji .1'U 't .
garner ,
2.55
In
$ Galklns Add W E 'J: .r ede Jr with E Line of n '
here with teachers having an extra ,reviewed the four- jars. Leave one-half inch head ""'" '. '
four members, Lot 3'of of 'l "
and cup J
add one cold wat x tJn V .. .SW i of SE!i lUJi ,
six days before completing th study book of, the year. Attend space. Add one-half teaspoon salt O'Yf <.]1utIff. '(}pt. S/D-"'!' V G ,. Ii. J L. Andrews. 39.113 W along Rd 90 ft .'
1 -
lye Use witl fine! of'steel Lot 5 It 6 of Rlk If :' ,
records and schedules for next besides ,the hostess, were to pints, 1 teaspoon to quarts. grade' din Pln4hurt/p ., ."'.nnle, Graham -. tp PQP thence J

#er, Principa4 .J, .C, .Hlb? said. Mrs, G. ,-W. Roberts, .Mrs. Effle .Seal and process in a pressure woql on tensil. I .. .rl 13.1&J.p5i cont thence Wsily Sothly 210 fi at ""' \

Martha Brown Lamar Brown Miner Mrs. A. H. Harley Mrs. ; arkwood 1 through SID 5 Ex In .. ; Rt Angle to Rd i <
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;1'0 Wed Friday June 2 John Tye, Mrs. H. C. Kelly Mrs. .1..lLt ,4 'J VV: V V 2SO Ft thence Est- .. :" '
-' < ly &: Parallel) to : ,
'Mr. and "lo rs. Kenneth Brown H: C. Wain- NOTICE -9 ctl1veye _uv ,, {t '
.Mrs. :
Eugene Pears City &:' Ex Lst45) 6 .. Rd 210 Ft thenre -
Qf, Hampton announce, the engagement wright, and Miss Enza Blanchard Notice Is hereby given that the following describe.*' lanfljVui bl; V 0...,., ,iI._ 54,.,, 54& '4': ..,. ... .f. y h1y 230 Ftt t : '- .

approachir enjoyed at public 'anotlon it -12:00 sold 51 : Lifetirree ton.; ,t. b. t3ff. .11 POB 2 0 ZO-, 1 Bill Banks
; and ;; marti -? Refreshments were o'clock noon on the Jttf "dayor June-A- D: ; II "' J9.4S

+iage of their daughter! Martha, during the social hour. of uu Florida, at\\ the to pay City the Hall amount City due of foe Starke taxes County herein net of Bradford 3oslte ,tp.Stati',. ; Srt/D l a" P. sk9r; odd I I I'. '=. V F'.', ,W' ulmertl! 3nc. :.70I '.S.W XE'.i% of of SW'NF.A:, .'. a5 6 20 4" J H BuUar4, ,,, .' ia 1

to Lamar Brown son of Mrs. Demonstratlop Pub )beets same together with all cost of such sale ana Wrtispgr$ : iht S.D. in! _Pa.1kwooc\; ... ... :, l"" Inc.'i0" SWU of NE i &: .. ,
FW .
JFJprrie Belle, Brown of Hamptonand Lawtey Home DemonstrationClub Lot 1 of Blk 1 in '.- -. ,Lot 5 In Pa.rkwood. .. Developers \ NG, of SW% E of V ...' % 4
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Green F\ zee ers lass [8.79 River 21i n O J H. Bdllard 4I.2S
Ira W. Brown of Gainesville.The Thursday:\ morning, Acres S/D Ernest .E Tanker '1tU sIn r.'T: '"' "
met Com at SE Cor of t \ .' ;51414 n In Parkysgoq1R .' Lot' I of Blk 1' in : ,
wedding Is planned for when plans for a barbecue dinner Sec a.pd run W F' W 1fvflopgrsc. ',t6,70Ot ffown of New'Hirer V \ V ,

105 Ft for a POB, _...s. 56 23-24 6 fO Jessie Matthews 011:
In
Friday evening June 2. at 7 p. and other business were taken P. rkwand : r+ l' ; L''''
P.up X 105 ft. VI05ft.S'I1)5ttE : 6/D F W celpp-ew. Inc..deptD57 :,6..0_. Lot 4 of BLK 32 in .
m. In the First Baptist Church care of. The approved .method of ) V r: ',. ,., ; .. In Parhwoo.. 't ." '. J J .. Town of New RiT- ." tf ,

Hampton. Relatives# and friendsof rooting cuttings was demonstrated. 105 ft to POE! 7J f 22 tester Prevatt .. 12.21.. ; '1 r. ': ': ,VF W Develgperp.. Inc .,pO er 2324rXV'4 l 20- JnleSe1ull Eat 0111.

Com at SE Cor of Com at SW Cor of '. .. .' of XW Bullard E803
the couple are invited to at- served cookies, .: % JJ I 1049 J H
Mrs. J. C. Tye Sec &: run W 315 :
V < :E 7) or.SE 4 runN i" < Ix>ts 1 2 3 S of Riv t
tend. potato chips, and bottled drinks: ft for a .POB, run fOO\to P pQB. ElI: r : '- :' .c :! : Ora i SH of Lot .
N '
105 ft, W 210 '
ft. ,. I '-'f 14& to Pt 'no.tI -" -" ; ": Ex fl/W' 7 '" ,
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honored : ; tEx
The bride-elect was supplement the usual sandwich S 105 (t. 210. .to ; ,I-' .
to f 1.. Sec line; N' borrow; pit 30 I 20 175 J H )pulla 1 d U1
with a shower ,on Tuesday even- luncheon. POBM U I 22 Lester Bifcvat V l.J.JT 99.5' to E" W ,

ing last week May 16, at the The fish dinner sponsored by Sunny? pf Acres,.Bk| 2 S/D' .In .olbertaTy.son ""' 2.fit. ,:' ., "' ....-,, --- ,. (Continued on next page) ;', I: ,

Hampton Baptist Church. The the Lawtey PTA at the school Lot. 4 of BIk 21n ;

.Ielre; :hment table was centered:: Saturday evening was a Sunny Acres Annie,.J .n* 'pell ,1;...86Bg t -
cafeteria '
at SW Cor ofXEU ,

with a. p rich bowl flanked by a success. The many guests! ,and of. SWU' run .!...,,,, _.- I. I ..

,mir''of bouquets! mixed flowers. members took part with .zest. X 423.3 305 ft. ft'S 17 Sely$ ft, y. ,,. : AREA Bl1ft SDIRECTORY' ]

Cake and punch were served to Messers Temple and Clarke surely W :347 ft to P9B : y ..,Y ,

the 32 present. know how to fry fish. Ex 7SftN&Sby100 1 It' in XW Cor ,. 'r"!' ..,"' :- .,. ,;; ,-.. ... -

Prizes for games were won by Mrs. Rachael Boyer of Jack- Ft E & W 21 I 22 Lt.tha1 gitin j; i.k..t:4"if -, n"'r f" ":ft,:',. J.......... u__ n' '" .; '
Mrs. D. H. Crawford. Mrs. Martin over- VS' tprsa3., '.1. ] .
sonville was the Saturday 1'Ik1S ofRIW .
.AUTO ;GLASS }j, AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC ,MOTORSElectric MUSIC SUPPLIES
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and Ex Lot in '
Mosher, Miss Annie Warren, guest of the W. F. Moore NE Cor
night '
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Miss Gloria Waters. Hostessesfor 110FtE&156ftN :&S&W X '. tJ."t". : I."f'. : .. :-" -TRANSMISSIONS -I r
family. i'. Lillian's M1 ; .SE
:' a c orb
the, .occasion, were. Misses, On Sunday, May 28, at 11 a. m. EkofBikI&S t Glass Motor '
-, Mf9uI
Auto ,
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SotR2W Jnk TT -- : \> i* !!: "Gainesville Leader slt\ .'#
Kathy Conklin Brenda Lott, baccalaureate service of Law- 2SofR1't EJC. .
the ::11., STOCK. Repair Co. ''
Frances: Lott Alethia Williams High will be heW\ in thq f! 2% A in Se Cor in .qn: is f COMPLETE' CURVED1 AUTOMATIC;L TRANSFUSIONS? KRAKAVER V 't.Qt
Jr. "
Icy 'Temples S/D also ., .
-GLASS ARE'otR PIANOS
V WV OF GAINESVILLE, INC. PJANORGBANS
and Joyce Melton.Missionary ,1
Shirley Tallor. auditorium with the sermon >x parcel sold "
To Philippines school Troy Wakefield.. Dese DB 63' Pg41 'V. .. .', V t i dr Door lass Service 4Guaranteed" ork'. COMPLETE ELECTRIC :MOTOR CHORD ORGANS 4lty.fji5

by Rev. 6 Ex Par Sold <- '. i ; .- $ 'In Anr| Make'1'car'Or SAS &XJCE Guitars Drums sheet Musje
Guest At Church Supper Methodist
pastor of Grace DC 85.349 !l' 22 El ebbf i rl +-- ui 3 ': "Distributor
Truck
Members of the Hampton Special music will be Lots 5, 8 of Blk 13, ., J'lt .. :' f ; Lamar Pwf+ I- Bytigelp
Church. In N-Reno S/D Haywopjd'"" roftki oj! 4.0' WeHandle 8 if j'Olua New JUnpln Jdota!> FR 6-5931
Christian Church held a supperat Lots 6 & 7 of BIk '

the town hall Sunday afternoon presented.Thursday evening, June 1.. is 13 in X-Reno S/D .. Leroy,'Long, Jr. %.5$ .!''fJo..f4J AT TTJBBt 6b '. VIA' FR 2-8318 112 S. E. First, ,, GaineiriUe, ... <
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before evening services at the date of graduation exercises Lot North 3 of Reno BIk! : 14"hi S/D Annf.-1a'e"Pr6W tr :. t I Et Al $.i$ J :8,, .lidstlI r"t's\{ Gainesville 505 N, W. ISth." Si., ...G&1nemnel '1030 S. Main: O&1nenUle ., --

with Miss Betty Yar- Lot 1 of Elk IS in V p S I II OPTICIAN
the church of the Lawtey Jr. High School. N Reno S/D S :, ; :.0 -I .,. ,
Ida ffym 2..55 ,- .a
May
brough. missionary to the Philippines Shuford left Mon- Lot 3 of Blk 20 rr' .
Mrs. Charles in V : 1' p -!"" ,'" ,. .
as guest. day for Tampa where she will : X Reno SLots /& ; SillY P- :William*" us SAL VICE AUTO,'TRIA J ,. F#M t; P hLEIy'4Rush's Beckum'4Ltedaey Dp
6 7 ltYTO .1
Miss Yarbrough who is in the visit her daughter and son-in-law in N.Rl'nop of Blk 20 ;. I!, V ; ., ,. '" .' '.' : ., .. ; ,L. 1kIe 'J1, .

U. S. on leave from her missionary Mr. and Mrs. Wright and family. Lot 3,4ofBlk1 In. Willie" Mae,. .-Powell, .4.0t* ,'.. o,',, Tractor Co. Inc. Lenses Duplicate ui4k Rey in

Fili- Gahagan /D Ex,., BakerCUSTOM 4ttid Trims
work showed slides of a Mrs. Hester Hicks after spending Lot/8 Artificial EyFUlf.d [- slti3ir

pino student missionary whom several days with her daughter in Blk 1 in Rosa ThaiGahagah IMPERIAL-CRRYSLER .JV '.,li .'.t'i NEW HOLLAND .,prpriiptly'

the local church is helpIng to and family' in Daytona Beach, R/W SID Ex ". Aaron Jf_ l\ty\ -: .. '3.0\f iaihorized PLYMOUTH&fttorli:+- VALIANT- ServiceHawesPowcrs : l i""IQ' ,. AlLIS OKALMStSMASSETFEBGUSON 22 W. University ,,'ft''' 6i6GainesvJ1iF
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support, as well as describing came home Thursday accompanied Lot Gahagan 3 of Plk 2 la h i.' ... Headliners TT- t.R i a; .JU.

other work at the seminary in the friend S/D Levy LennftaIf 1.5$ ( .. '"
and a -
by her daughter Lots 12. 15 of BIk Floor Mats .
*-" 4 .U@ollterUll -. ", .., ... .. .,.
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Philippines. Mrs. Paul Rqberson, who spent 2 In Gahagan S/D Irene t son,' 18.45 !.bw "t ri jeer Farm Equipment And Tractors POWER SAWS '

Lot 10 of BIk- 3 in '1"F; I ,., \, FR6-4385 .. ._ ,
anal .
Play PresentedBy '
#|j -'
Oahagan'D 4 1' -"
the night. Pilliq .a 0 JPi p FR 2-
Gr..tft $
f .f
7th Grade To School Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and children Com 860' E & SO' .1.. ..' >> Archer: Rd. Gainesville McCUL; OCH

"A Typical School Day," a play Sunday Not SW Cor of P25: 1021E. ,U niv t ::4VP:l.Qf e CHUN 8
.. WB
of Jacksonville were XW a of SW: '>i, X S IJ: e ,.. 1!' ,.,. '\<- r .
by the seventh and eighth grades guests of her parents Mr and 100'; E 59', S 100 e -'! .e. : 284 .N.'Main. Gainesville '!!::7 f-c.rr : ....-l:"'! J'1 YI.""

' of Hampton Elementary Schoolwas Mrs. Owen Anders. Com W 866'SO' .To E &FOB: SVxof .U 6 ,U WIllI..1.pI'r.. "' '" (''.' A.O, .. 41aed.Cars = t2 1.H71.ta1n.l COMiIERCIL, GARDEN SUPPLIES, NEWUSEDFlorida.; 'C

presented in the auditorium .. = O p.
FrJ- SW Cor of !. !
Miss Elizabeth Terry, ,was NW of Johnson; & Paris Inc. FR 6-3411
Tuesday morning last week, for I } SWU NSO' REFRIGEJJ411 N > ,
overnight guest' of her sister, % FOR POB. E .. ,
day 2538 N. E. ISth
>
all students of the school. V J r.-p
Strickland in Gain 100' N 50' W c', .. 71. e -- Complete Line of
Claudia .
Mrs. -
Mary Lou Gnann wrote and 100' S 50 To. ; J. LINCOLN, .. I' SEEDS-PLANTS -'.

directed the play, with Cordelia esville. On Saturday Mrs.home Strick-and Parcel po6 1 'Desc in DB.22 6 22 CIIUArd'. .; Pgtrre" 6.0 I ', COMET- ': RENAULT : FEBTTllZESSWe SEWING MACHINES """I
her sister '
brought
')Allen playing the role of teacher.In land v 88.443 22 22 Walter' We'. 2.l Aufidlorlsedmath RSetWici aeet1dd.tt '
Lot 10 of
spent Saturday night Blk 1 In '
the "class" were Sylvia Starling Nat Williams SIt (4: Rent. Fertilizer Dreaders' Singer
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II .
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Lot 11 \of BIk 1 m ; ... 4 lye f'fWh' gilled: '-vOM; .
Starling Carlton : 224 N. W. 8th AT. FR 2-4171
; James .
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MachitJo
B1i mOM POtM to .;e Xat Williams SD S w'U'th.tte .. ,
p ; '
t Meng. Gay Schwartz Sandra Lot 2 of BIk 2 of ,. : .. ; .5t Cfl Sidney T Gif Fit.Cherry's: *
way you wrto. .Come 'In end Nat William SID Irene RfchabAsonl. r ; Used Singer Sewing MwhlnSa

Moore Ann Packham. Donna feet your Iayprt) :.ESTERbR! Lot 6 of Elk 2 Nat 'a ,",': .. i B fKSnST A Ctmmeret&lJ iW _, Many One pt.6 Wti
Rhoden Linda Sue Batten, Price Williams SD.Lot John V '-" 4.0k ;.ttr VMIIU .
IVfL .Cip
TELEGRAPHAportments tai0Nat
Starr, and Gloria Jean Newsome. Fountain 15 o.f.BUt 2 In 'J.. FrI .. ;i 1V'4J Starting_alt $L i

McElroy read the Bible .. WllHams SD Alfonso .Jfnklnf': 5.0| V 815, N.'din. : esrllleV. j"' Ift r.t < rt PR 6,'310 '. .
Sheryl Lot 16 of Elk S Nat r Sold And Se io iiC
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r. ; 216 /
and announced the cast of Williams S/D C'Uftord Colt,.' 11.5\! O inesvp} 1'Jr.2Jte1ch W. University .(aa lt tltbq
QqLngb! fOOB6'dC ? Elf 2 la : '=\ -
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characters.Mrs. Nat Williams IB.l'fLevy : B :'& 179 J. :
SD Hor84f' Dea. G. Motr: Co,2 Inc 1 :: .t3ai31e'8it amble l.M
Mosher Hostess Lot6 of BIk 2 in p T. a .. .
+ f'r" '"
Sat Williams SD I r- ,, .' I : SPORTING 6.QODS
Mrs. Martin :Mosher was hos- Wife Of'pho e 1 Lot In NWU of .Leo,,' ..b'.. 11-51_ & hr'

tess for a jewelry party at their leservafon3 Sway aa De c. I i.: IHLLMAKOLDSHOBHJS CONCRETE }, tJC. DRESSES ="Stirsi"COATSACCEsSOB.ms.: .-, .
tot tp Deed QJc .O' ; r ...; CADILLAC ; .
t. "
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,4.
t in Hampton on Thursday 3 lit.1 \ &o' '1bJ.s'
qme Ex.R/W in : t. .
596-4341 Area's
clsarwsiv ; .. .. .itii'w.. Univ.Ovine Most Ceaxi&te 1 tin
evening last week, with Miss Betty / c .tSondttf9 Beg Nat at Williams SW Cor S/D of 22 6 22 ','John, : (JkApn1e" ,yWilyiaut0'. .. :J l\uihariztd. ,'Sales=Smdce. =Parts. ICON, ea', "" .; .f sportiJ{ Good flitJilt '

t purling as fashion demonstrator. > : : ]! !15ti r.
XW\i of SWMi ft a. ..
Nine'sere present for the 19316ALVAREZ' G,1f BoelersfJ; run E along 14 Sec 8 .W .ARE. MEN'S. WEAKSilverman' J. _J- I'
V W'
and refreshments of cake. 1s&UU1I Jta' ; w. Lute 570 .ft bJr r :: : t : : .... 4 tW, __ "
party POB. N 200 ft. E ,_ 1 "

coffee, and tea. so ft, S 209 ft toM '. ,..,. VOLKSWAGSiVenice s' .. 1113 W. UntTeranjr$
- ._._-- Sec Line W : *" : 5. V EdSe ; .... ... .
along >.4 sec Line .._ 1r.. ,.. -find -- PartaMillerBrown & on "".
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50 ft to roB 22 In' w U. 5 : 1"- !
L\tIP.OJi -.i appartl for l 4.womm :
III Com at NW Cor of zf ;;r' :.t't. a SHOES
'II!' STORE Established 1894: SWM of SWM &: ,_ h.V5 724 S; bf( ?H: '; Xur nt!'4 Rt t.&& to.P1 "' .
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run S 210 ftE .
Sob'
run : < ft for A POP. V .. o
SL-1- r
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Inc. ':!!; :
Motor + 1 1DoGJL
S 100 ft, K 2S ft. V ., ''' MAL WEAR=:2ENTALS Shoes for The yntitoe
11 N lee" ft, W 255 ft + 32 '
7t,4it.43 3 -' '
T t v- 4t.vxvWHfBOWS '
", to POP U' 22 L1nnW'.Ty4 ,B Et A 9.14t _: I .tshl" .
.. < r GAINESVILLE. FLA.AND
Cora at XW Cor of V a C .
I CHARM SEX
F03 i .
.. 105ft ATe. Gtlnesrllle ,
E.-UniTersity
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Sw'.ofSwq& .fl!; ,
V .._ ._ (
Extra Cost :
O/ runE6leftSlle 4 +' EiD"11L QJt .d

One Quart ft for POB, ruq JC. .". Bag 1We"
.f tj. sH
i .. F1 ..1J4J 'M
FRED With Each soft S 1M ft; E' VER
I g. '. sa ft, x 100 ft to ., : Crane Motor Co. 'll W. ISiverKltyYARNS Qne

or Gallon POP 23 0 2t"Z2 H L ajattl6 4.27! ; '. ', QF Gy; I..... ... ,_ 'O. .... "
ODe 700 bal: '" ,lI; U f 4\* 4)f $>> .'!F !1. 'If. fS r .-- ; **r:. -** s : ;: = TOYSjttkfcftuni' I"

a of SWU of SWUSU t22t i S ,C "' r,sa_,. ,, .. ia2: 'IABK..u.mu: W iiDo 2 ,

: Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL of SWU of NE '. .. .. I _, KNG J8I'I'OM. 9ft... : es .lIlVfJower -
M of SW L. ex par ,,, ,
: J6bn'*{'atria td ..f 127Jacqueline : I ,
sold 6 22 ""
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Lot, 5 of BIt 2 in. .: ,' : IT .. i 1'" ;Authorized\ Slei.' Strvica., i pa1li.:8eac1i.6WW': __8 LAL If .dam: .MrAiCE A mjTe ,

MARY CART PAINT STORE .Jt SID df4'lrd-Ex tq' _, .' A oore,' :..11-'t t.MMargaret ,, &4l"e t ..:..-.f.: .... Ji&k6i" I AU 'Meet' A.V1 c1Jt. i, 4m.i I! HnVINp. Tana Nee4 r f J.k : Ki; -A

; ; mite fir lH vm 1Stor .. ....
E>6 of XWU ,vfSEU :56S,E.: ntTATe.'JIR 2-4251, S- ftV. InItruwol1f .
501 N.W. 8th Are. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7388 of XEH Ex iw- FRC82151117Eft I R And 'Cn titGitlautiLi .. T ..Iii' '
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X 105 it' 6 It S : Colley 29.il I t T?. ,
Ray .. aam-m 'J1&, wthomeRi-O inwTlllfl : FB-"JZ. 625 W. Uiflventt/ *
i W (6 ft of STX 'Of 21n ; 'GainerrIAs

BEys of XKVi ; 4 ti 1, -- Percy SulUva ..11." ,.

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1 beRr1lttl. I. T. ,B Acres ,0wme Tsxef Com at Int of W .. .
[Continued>From Freeedinr Pace Decrl.tlomSWU I. T. -B Acres Oifaert Taxes .
R/W of ST RD ,. = a
of XEU of .11' ; W.3A of Snot V 100 A S line of p'NW3i ,
8.. 1J'. B Acres Owae..S Taxes SEU Ex 1-A in "'SEU of SW U of V .
of XEU
SE Cor 26 5' 22 SWU l'U. I .23'i I ':. C A Crum J.34 \ fj l'. '
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.. Robert White 1.11 run X 355' for .tIII.... ',.. "" A v .
Com at SE Cor of Run W to A Pt 465 .. .. ;SH"of" 'swu1 of } t ; POB Cent N on ,. t \ 1' ii'; .. ,

BLK 17 ft: run X \ i .. Ft W of St Rd 200 of SWU Ex RD 100'% W Par .:" .-i< 1 :.

70 ft, for a Pt of .' Then run Sly 719 .. : PAR sold < : U', I .23 a John Williams Est. 3.87 Sec Line 300 Sely I'.. .. :,,,eo'. ,
q'
Beg thence run W ft to W R/W St ..!i t W 135' of that port '. &: Par to Rd 100 r<

57ftN3OftE50 .. Rd 200 then Cont .,'\.t. : :. ..'. of SH of SEU of. E 300' to POB 15" 29 l'A.Uu f') 'i1Iba9'd 16,38

ft S 30 ft to POB t.-7, 20 W C Stalna. I.n 21.43 S on W Side of St .. of SWU N or Gr W% of, SWU ofXWU t -. ;. "
In Ward City Rd 200-211 ft then "r fill 23 Gerald H' Crawford 6.61 .- '...
', ...Rd, U" I .' & W% ofXWU ..' ... ...
IA In SW Cor of E to E line of SW t : H.--
Sq t
of SWU
Lot 5 of Elk 2 in i! ; >a!' >. t .I3 FAwesrdWtuueiatait ZI."
NWU N ... U of SW% then N'r u 40 .
SW% of J'j Bradford Hgts S/ : Ex Easement 11'7 .. ,
of Rd & W of Z Tetstonfe 4.37 900 ft to POB Ex Jacqueline A Moore 23.93 '40 James U, Eogefs 27.S3
; 7S3
Ditch 14. ,. "7. :.20 1.E. .. Rd E VT Whelan Est 'i 4.71 I' D.Ex :S:; 110'EH11 .. SE!e of SWU 19 .
Com at SW Cor of .
of of
NWU '
1 Lot 210 Sq in SW .' ,,: : t N 250 ft of SEi't.! .o'l: SEU .f NEU Ex ." SEU of SEU A. .. ; .. r' f v '. i

Cor of W$ of NH 25SS .Ii'::J 21 l' Thomas. S i&jgsed Jr 3.87 of XEU of SEU 26 5. :22 4 1\aomrTiIcal '' 1C1 W, fl UEH 28 A,..V :22 5 Margaret ,Ray Colley 31:it run N 378 Ft for V .

of SEU. of NWU S3.4ofW', of SW : si a POB then E ., '
.of of 'I( :*
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All SWU of NEU '" '4 ,- '-'' U of XWU, 27 5 22 15 Jimmy H. Johnson 27.88 SEAof, NEU Ex 314 Ft N 75 ft W AT ;
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S tc W W Mrs. W T Tompkins 46.20 314 tt S 75 ft to '" 17.03
which lies s t .:, 3j of XEU of NEe : W 1A .n. 22 4 T -'d2 R Wiley''wuiuwa* ,

of St Rd No. S229 ; + J. of NEU 27 5' 22 ''5 M T Hamilton 14.32% W 66 ft of SEU .ofSEU Peg 19 /'. .

& X of Vanderbilt E% of NE 23 1 Percy Sullivan 36.79 ISA In SW cor of "; f"!
; % of SE: of NEULots U' V t 'I ..
& New 7.81S4.62' ._ XWU of &
AlvanHa SEU
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5 20 E J Whelaa Eat 23.43 ,' V
River Rd 8 ft 'of Blk 1HA in NW Cor i- :
& s. 1 Eo1SWofSE. .. : C In Blanding SD S R Johns Jr. 23.43 of SWU of SE'' .' .. s r 1 .we

NWU of SEU 34 6'. 21 40 Ray A. S.fc'laiar 'd 23 6 23 20 L C'ClemoDB 34.78 Property End as j being 185 Ft E& ; '

45' ,7 W% of SE of .." .' W 300 ft N ACom .\:ti.J't.' ;:...:
Com at NE Cor of % SWi&E4o1SW14 toll: on N by Blk 11 ,, t by tt'
; SH of XWU of \ V W by Church St S "'-'It; S 20 7 22 S .w ....

XEU run S 250 Y of SWU 'Ex 1A In .by ft B .1... at JJW for of ...

for POB S 105' '. '. NW Cor of EU of' ., :- IP.- .. .. by Water St In '.- y SWU of SEa A :': . 1
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SWU of SWU of i-, E 185 ft for :
run
W 105' N 105' E J E GarrilsonMuriel 637 t Orig. Town of : !r.f' j'o
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105' to POR' 1 1' 21. of ChUC'ch. 23. I 32 %9: Estal C Moody 22.31 Starke t..w. B Sewell 181.85 POB then S 300 ft1t'

i ''" E 109 ft, N 300 ft, JessAtartUaw: Bt It.S3
1Lot6O'N&Sby 1r"f
Lot 17 of Blk 1 AJoislie S.61 ; V Lots 5 ft, 7 of Blk \ :0 1 !! 1
t W POB
to
50'E&taLotS : 13 in 'V'"-
Crosby Lake Shores Orig Town 40' fRftBertirBtllj1Jrlfts.23: '
4 of Peotsville of Starke "75P V Mrs W T Marshall nUlL SEU of NEUSWU 91 If' U Ben. Jr 43.98

Lot 6 of Lake BLK Shores 15' \. Eunice S Gunter Ii.&1 Beg 200' W of NE t 3 of Blk 2 in f.; of XWU 23 'I U.. tt :.,Robert'a... '.... 't."

Crosby Cor 35 S 22 Howard Hamilton 47.20 "'!'. 1A Sq lies W of Gr 1i
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NE S' L T & Cos SID VVa: Louvenlt Robinson. 5.61 1 :: V
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S U 3-4& NEU of EH of SEU v Wasaernua 224.40 Lots 10, 11. 13 35 J 5NWU 22 15 Scott Strong Eat 22.93 Lot 2 of Blk 12 in .Y' i of Rd NEU in NE of Cor NWU of U 1 U l' Le'roy Rlwdea' Lit
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Edward
Ex easement 11"7 11 100. bf SEU of L T & Cos SID 'i'1 J W Robinson 10.07 ,. '
1 Lot
Trianuglar
NWU Ex 1A in i Lots 1 ft 2 of Blk ..'
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W side of Desc. DB 88- '
Com On e' XW Cor & Ex 2A 15 in L T & Cos boy.Jaataa Jolene 10.5'
Rd t 00 on S side in SW Cor 85 5 22 7. Henry Brown 661 SD Mack Coleman 23.93Mary 215 29 1. :,22 V ,
Of Ry Irf SWU ofXEU Lot 4 in Mt Vernon ', -#
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W JfWU of W 62' of BIke 15 ft V 11.07
run : i !3 ,1 IUIf 1t
ft t S/D %5 1' ,
ill 3tf ft. e ;. SWU 35 5 22 20'Eva Roberts 23.43 16 A E Ih of Lots 1 a :
ft. S .'letr.In Lots 4 A: 13 S/D of ;, ." : ,
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Ely 137: ft to Rd. 121 1 D L .Thom| .. -. .:.f '14.35 lA in NW Cor of Coleman 11.07E '. :. ? -4' t. .
24 7 w L T A Cos S/D NyofNE3; of"NWU V '
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N 237 ft to POPCom ,, SEA of NWU 35 S 23 1' Charlie Mae. Hamilton 2.93 Ex Rd U 1. U I Cletnon A 1t.u6&' i.. 1I.S7f
of S Ito' .' Com at NW Cor ofSE's '. 38 Ft of Lot 3 of ,.
at Int : .
rNWU of SEUS \ ",.. 1 ,,' ,. < t-i of SWU run. ". Blk 15 in L T & All SWU of XWU ..."f. : '.
1 Cos S/D Enoch Tyson 32.84 X of Ry Ex R/W
RD 1 E 650 ft to Rd 200, .1 '
St
W Bdry of V .
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\ ", i ... S Wely along Rd X 30 ft of Lot 4 of & Ex E 858' in X 4.87
200. N on Rd 485.1 i City of Hampton 29 '7' Z2 4 .J.'S. .Uead3' 3i
For POB N 153 \ '.. 345 ft to POB Blk 181nLT& ,
203 ,S Cont S along Rd Cos "S/D Alberta, Watkins 12.79 All of SWU of '
W 198.V, Sly I.. "-Vile/. .
N 79 Degs 40 min Hoer .j ... 115.53 417 ft W 293 ft. .. Lots 3 of Blk 40 '- XWU N of Ry Ex ,
-t"7 John 4. U 11 ...o3I)1tt-4I.. m ,."
24 X: 1. X 439*ft.. E 331 R/W Ex W 4&% U 7 -
184' toPOB in L T ft --r/ .
E .. Cos S/D :_ Lilly & Lonnie Jackson ,PV( -'GS&FRyonE .
of .. ft to POB 3 6 22 3 Jonph H. Gumber 226.90 Com on X ade of "
10A lit SW cor \ Hleks 1O.5TX ,.,::. V
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NEU W e EH of W% of SWU ,. .
NE'i of 50 ft of Lot 2 ofBlk47inLT& .
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54
.f Branch & SH SWU 10 Jordan L. Brantley p .' 4 'I ti,, ...
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run ,
Nwf4 of NEU \1 of NEU E of Cos SDLot1 "
of Hazel Williams 1502 +l'
ft 130 ft to .
Wly
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SH of NEU ft SO. 7 T. 21. .1-;)0. Margaret Martineau 33.34 of St Rd 16 V 7. 21. 2 Leo T Sullivan 161S of Elk 48 in ; .. > Rd. Sly along Rd ;

NWtt 9E' \ WU of NWU of L-'T. & Cos S/D John H Hicks 45.70Sallie 310 ft to Ry -

Lots 15. 16 in : | _*. 22 20 H'I.I.Starling 11.85 NWU E of St Rd 16 3 I 22 Leo T. Sullivan 90.26 Lots 2 of Blk 48 In V along N side of Ry .' : ... ,

Woodlawn .15. All NU ,W of Ry ft LT A Cos S/D : '..; &; Joe.. Williams 14.53 289 ft so 'I n I J ja ,114&41.. i'I.. '..t

Lots 7. 8. 9. 10 ft }I.. \ \ E of Rd 13 Ex WH of Lt 1 of Blk 31 ,. Com at SE cor of ;, '. ,

H of 23 In Wood' e R/W 11 | 23 37 Mrs. R A Griffls Eat 10 & S 20' of WH ir.I SEU of NE'_ then ...' r ':.4> :. :

lawn Ex R/W ft ., 123.77 of Lot 2 Blk 10 L : f'yt run N 225' POB i1v t f' _.J", rV

Ex drainage ease- Com at SW Cor of T Cos Add "' : Farmer's Supply 86.80 750' X 225. E f V

ment & borrow' 11 .... S, ,%2" J p.Snlltvan. 9 2988 E% of SW% of Lot 7 of Blk' 27 '.In 'i''''. "; 750 S 225 to :POB 31 1 -23. C 'tOlrw: '.. f..Itft

pit easement I NW'4 &: run N : Temples Add' r"'t .... Mable Sullivan 201.63 SEU of SEU Ex SA'. ," V I

Com at KETof 400" for FOB, E Beg at NE Cor of 'i in SW Cor & Ex .. I
Salad .. \ 200', N 100' W SEU of XEU run IA In NE Cor A VVV I

: run N to e ... 200'. S 100' To .. .. W 335 ft S' 330 ft .. Ex 7A in SE CorA .

?AyFor of st Rdt '- t .' POE ft Strip 15* to POB then E 139 .'. Ex Ry Ex N ,

POE ; :. NitS B for access :{ ft S 50' ft W 130 : %%0' W of Co Gr

on W line 5'B ,1 .- .'. 'i to Rd 10. '22 John E MeRaet X0.11S34 .ft"JJ to POB !5' "' 23 Lela Back!.. 165 Rd 3S t, 33 213: A 4ltipt* 99.t1 ,

208 75*. S n 7.5. toN ... of SW' of Com J Com at Int. of Ely r, '
at NE Cor of t -
edits of R/W W It. I ,i'3' 2 Eugene Brewer Et AI U'I SWU of NEU :SEU of NE s & '. V R/W line of Rd ,; r utr' .1 ..

to POB S% of SEU of SE run W 350 Ft S. **!,' 100 A Sec Line ill....' .' f i : .
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Lot 46 In Wood- \ Ii" 28 10 M J Jtbna 7.84 U of NWU 11'3 10 Wesley M Lake :T.83 165 ft for a.POB, '" ... run Non Sec line ." ......-..,..;.r......s. .1..>.!.".. ".:"'-"L It...-. ,
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1'1 300" W 109 to .
lawn 1-A in SW Cor of 'Thence S 50 ft, E J' '
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EU of XWU of SECom n 10 Elizabeth Prince Bartell 7.34 SE%> of SW u 11'2 1 Kenneth Bagwell 8.37 150, N ;50 W .I ... .; Ely R/W line of '" .
POB
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U %% 'iiI' W. 3A of SWU of 150 ft to 29 \ 6 .23 : L .M: Gatlis. 39.29 RD R/W 334 1008 to POP on SS 7 2*' .J -D Tf"OjD ". ...,.

at Int of Wly SW% of SE k 11. .22. 3 Ezra Bagwell lO.Of Lot In SW Cor of .. V .

R/W of St Rd 200 -.V \.V S% of SEU of : V.' .. Lot 4 of Blk 5 Lot 23 on Lakeview '; ; V

ft: Sly R/W of '. ."' SWU of NWU 17 I 22 5 Minnie Lou Desu 14.52.. 100' N & S by US'E V V Hmesltes of Crystal Lake : Clark Cele.n, 10.17
S 386'For & W in Gaskin : r '
15 run
Rd 1 2A in NE Cor of .... .. a.W-' Add .. James W Thomas 11.56 Lot 34* Cypress :
rOB, S 15 deg .. ., on .
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E 100'. E 75' to '. \:S. '-. Daisy Boon 8.11 EH ot NE, of iW'b ...._ Lots 5 & 6 of Blk B '. .. of Crystal Lake .- ; E c ,Alto 'M 8.14r
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POR 23 ., 410ftN& in Pinehurst S/D Nannie Graham Sanders Homesites
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\ y 37.:t Lot 40 Cypress of tr e' r t
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Blk 14 ET Lot 7 in ? '..' '. S 18 I U' I William Tyson Jr 4.37 t" t. '" "

Town Lawtey W ..,.' ,: Earl. Prevatt f 11.06 W 220 ft of NEU '.. Lots Parkwood 1 through S/D 66 Ex in ,Tfc.: Crystal Homeaites Lake .." r Fred. .It .8ettyi ....

of Ry W:" \ of SWU 11. 23 7 Dorothy ft Jennie Hall USE '""" Lot 43 on Cypress of .
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1. Port Lots 7. 18 & .
Blk 25 tn" .1' ; ...;. ;Ly; : .
S of .. 0 George F Young 10.08 Crysal Lake .
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W of Ry i NE% of 1t Conveyed to ; Mr '.''.'gi .,U
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Lawtey Homesites : ,
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'- SEU Ex %A in NE City & Ex Lots 4 :

Half Blk 6 in town .. Cor IS 1. 23 IS Ernest Dell 13.68 51, 52. 53. 54, 56, VV V ._ Lots 57, 59, 61 on : '. :

of Lawtey W of '- q '\ Earl 1 Prevatt 'UT Lot 1 of :elk 1 in & 57 '!'Q Lifetime Const. Co. 262.04 Cypress of Crr5tat' U1e-be'' S6fU. + r.
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ny : V'- Green Acres S/D Ernest E Tanner 18.98 Lot 51 in Parkwood m._ ..' Lake Homesites ,. ".: .:.'af r D.:>*tte ? 13.51Wtifned I'

Lot Lawtey 7 of Eof Elk Ry 13 ':' "T.. Wilbur Jenkins 5.61 Lot 4 of Blk 2 in SID ',, ; F W Developers, lac.219.45 Lot 8 on Palm of ',." t '

'.. '""" "'" Sunny Acres Annie Jane Dell 48.SS Lot 52 in Parkwood # .
Lot 1 SID of Lot .. W Crystal LakeHomesitea V '! > B G* W, '..UN
F Developers Inc 219.45F
-. : 'C, Beg at SW Cor S/D! .rs ,
Lawtey 13 !I. E town of Ry of -, "% W J. Barber, 8.84 NEU of SWU tun"d Lot'53 in ParkwoodSD 103: ft of S 525 ft i '

: 1 N 305 ft. Sely' ::" W Developers Inc 213.45 of that port. of .
V i
Lot 2 in Blk 16 in Y 423.3ftSlUft. ... ;. ''x: .;:.. .... W ; I
of NWU
't a Harry Kittles 5.It 'z : !o .j' Lot 54 in ParkwoodSD XEU! 31.67
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Lawtey E of Ry"\ W 1.. .;U : ',1 ElistYf'1jf$33
347 ft to POB of Rd 13 .
F W
Developers Inc 219.45
One Lot 100 ft E ft -i. SI' Ex 1 Lot in NW '. '. Lot 16'. in .PaikwoodV' .V V .. Com at Int of E line ;j. \ .r i.' ': If t, ; t .

Wby274ltNds8n Cor 75 ft N ft: S *( t V' Ii
of NWU '
,.' ,.: .V S/D F W Developers Inc. 219.45 of KWU ,; f'
SW Cor of Lot By 100 Ft E ft V ViW & N line of St Rd t ; 'r.; tPl'.
17 Ex S 137 ft in T'. !1 f.:.-..23 Leatha-;Shing!e e Lot S7 in Parkwood '.. .
., N .
: 100' .
W Rd .
Lawtey E of Ry I ... 1 1. Joseph Cumber 7.11 .!.;:,.'j.. .,".. .. :' '..'._ ',.'. ,.';'Patterson" 18.52 SjD \. : F Developers.. Inc 219.45 300'.on W 100',, S I' : y,,1'.t '
.' Traet A 'of '" .
Com at SE Cor of 11 B1k1S'otRl'W ex < ". jV; \ : West 300'. B 100' To -V ,
'. .'' "' _' ..Pine.s/D Ex Par \ : V .21.' ]Jl..C--T...e/i.. ,..11
Blk 18 & run W 1'a Lot in NE Cor 110 : 'dJ: k :'i: P6B 12 'I', ,
1"4" < hujSE:! corbeing ,; .' : .\; V, R. '_'
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80 ft for a POB. FtE&W X 150 r Lot 1 of Blk A. JL 'j i'
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run N 374 tt; Ft N'ft S'Eyj:: .' """ ."- E&WEzE180Ft l-20th Int in tract I &\lHiU' 11.11

81 ft, S 274 ft. BSO .v- .. e, ofBIk 1 & 2 S -of ?. }.n.A 'J.'+'t, ....tr :', ;; 29 6 23 J W' Thomas IiUOCom" E. in Bedford Oaks I &. :' ,:,fit....J '
ft to POP In R2W&Blk2Sof .
5 of Elk D ft '
Lot
Town of Lawtey"4,. f ',.: '. ;'t': .' "at S E Cor of "I 1 .
v .
.. Albert Williams F 3.61 R'lW Ex 2H : .. : ..... 1.20th Int in tract .
of .'-1 .XEU X 44 Dg W VV .. : '
E RY A In SE Cor In ;.. t.,: : ". N ''I'. E of Bedford '
"' '. 56.02 for POB, N -... 1n I 13.2t
also : VtLUr ;
. Com at SW Cor of Temples SID : ,Oaks S/D y ,
r 44 Dg W 371.99' X ;
Ex Parcel Sold .' \ !
Blk 18 &: run N .. iDesc f. : .' B :Mt. Plea-
Tract 1
"" 49 Dg E X .40
s : 150" .
t23 .
274 ft for a POB DB 63 Pg 14 ,, \ .., sant S/D & 1 lot t .,. -
W ,
Dg 300: to Hwy .
Run W 80 ft. N y & ex par sold DB 1098.13 ; ; ". .
-,. '- 428' El Rancho Motel R/W. Nely on In SE Cor of it I
2t : < :
102 ft. E 80 ft, S -. ,1 85-349 V R/W 1:2.88', E' } :. : : XWU being ;' .

102 ft to PO6 in ,0' Lot 1 Thru 6 of B1U ., .. ,, Leayle Best ft Inca High 311.5'. S 621.35 to .' .. 716.10' XAS: by .
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Town of LawteyE 10 In N Reno S/D I. '23 D L *" 466.10' E&W: 734 1V1
V Robert Austin P I,II : tower 163.57' Beg 32 Thomas V. 94.26 \ F,0.

of-Ry .. .; .r. Lots 5 Thtu 10.ofElk' ; : .. .
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Beg 721 E ft 274 N'e Lots 6 &7 of Blk 13 4L.: Long Jr. 6.61 5 in E W Hayes : Tract 10 Carl Vol- .i:.. JaarfrZ1L.! 12i.il
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Leroy 7. .
of SW Cor of Lot .4. in N Reno' SID S/D ft EH of 7 's ,, Ikopf SID n
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%1, run N 51 E .... Lot 3 of Blk .14 In :Magnolia St Adj 41. : Com at NE Cor of I .

240'. S 61' W 240' y North Reno SID .:'f ,. Annie Mae Presley Ex R/W i" D L Thomas 29.SS SWU ran S 170' for II 'I : '

to POR In Lawtey .. Et Al -llTeatether POB, Cont. S 75 .;. ,$ t .
tl\ Henderson Hudson 12.01 C.m, at NE Cor of z ', ?"
of RR t I
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Lot 8 of Blk l'V 6.61 NW ..I' To POB 13' I ..
100 '
Lot 23 A Ex N Williams '
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N-Reno SID 8,977.5 for POB ; ... .
Ft in Town of Joyce Lee Walker n.!! 8.10'1.5', W ; /" Com 709 N of S line i ."rI. t.-. .. .
.' Let Sot Blk 20 In N 140.35'1 ; W
Lawtey E of Ry Sally P Williams 6.61 N 107.5' E 140.35 r of Govt Lots 2 A "
Lot 24 in Town of Reno SID .. To POB 32 '22 .. Ellen HolmesSampson 12.07 on ERIW Hwy ; 'j" I7 Y' <.n
Bell 6.61 l.
Freddie Lots 6 7 of Elk 20 ". 4 tt te
forPOP ;,
21. E 776.6' ,,, ; .:
of .
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Lawtey Powell 10.06 1 in SW ; 1 .
.. In N Reno SID Willie Mae SQA Cor s : E 330' S 19 ",...' fy .,: .
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Sot !7 in Town of .. Cor of of "' ". ,' '
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J W Barber / 6.61 Lot 3.401 Blk 1 in .-.. deg., E 200'. S 21 J t.. ; -
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R'y'I. 1 White 6.11Its
E of of '
XWU SEU "If
Lawtey V U.2 54 : .' ;
Gahagan SID Ex deg. E 300'. S '6 Yo \,
S 165 ft of Lot 3 2 .- 1 R/W ... ; : Rosa Lee Thomas 10.66V 1 ft 2 of Blk 3 dege. 45' E 200' N .. ;..

in .Tow n ot LawI J.r Lee Barber 6.61 -- in Lincoln CJty Hattie Starks 10.37: 86 deg. 30' E 220 '
V P1JesSle Lot 8 of Blk 1 In V .. 0, I
E of Ry -lt Lot 3 of Elk 5 in 4 to E line of sect
----"... Gahagan SID ex RW Aaron Holley .. -... '.. ',' "
POB. W Lincoln Alberta Collins S61 25.S. on sec tine I :4&
ft to City
300 "I \, !'!f'tr' ; .
Lot ;
10 of Blk 3 in t r
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200 ft S 100 ft. T' :' Green 6.61 Lots 2 & 3 of Blk 6 '. to Hi Water Mark 1 '
Willie '
E to W Side of ....- Gahagan S/D 30'X '. V in Lincoln City "1. \ Hattie Starkes 1007 of L Geneva, S 70 !'t i.i .t-:4.41 Com 860' E" : W 71.5. S ,
Kingsley Lake : Let 3 of Blk 10 in 't deg. 30' ,<. '
of SW Cor of ..,
\o.- 76.5' -
Rd 1100 ft ... ;f XWU of SWU, N .. .."' ''V? Lincoln City '4 '. Sarah Griffin S.61 22 deg. 50'W 1t' ,1L. ii: f, : :; '
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POB In Town of ,. ., "' Willie Tueker 25.48Jessie Lots 1, 4, 5,7&8 I '- y. N 63 deg 45' '. ''1 1)f. irJ: r., '
100'.ESO'.SlOO. .. :
Eof Ry 7.11 -. ',. 140.5 N U deg. ; .V6'
Lawtey
Pierce .
.. W 50 to POB t2" 23 Willie Lee of Blk 13 in Lln- 15'W350'N$0 .. :!,; 1It
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In Town of .JOln City. w f. Hattie Starks 19.43 '
37 .
Lot '
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30' 200 N 56deg
Com 366 E & W
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Lawtey E of Ry of.-r'cWYi N of SW Cor of Lot in NE Cor'of .. W225. S 88 ; A4f. "
SWU MlAline '
Smith r
or SH of XWU 'R. May NW yl of SWU. N Lot 2 blk 5 110 7 "s deg 30' W 163.6. .

of ... "'" 250' for FOB E SQ in J M Johns ..... N 5 I deg W Wly t : \oj .; .
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1 Lot In NW Cor of ... 100', N 50' W 100 } S/D t: James 0 McDamel 6.61 1636' Nly To ......,. T'K' &fU

Lot 42 being %U' S* 50' to POB !2' 23 Clifford Pearce 7.61 1 Lot in NW Cq r of \ tZ POB ......: .. -sr' .... ...--.>.

N&SonE&257'N& .. Parcel Desc. in DB Lot 2 Blk 5 'Run '. V Com at NE cor of --_ T .iJ .tt .
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: '-'.1100' -' 6 32 Johnny Lame E20'.SO'.N : 1'
E & W In ...- "(. ft M T Lee t't.n .. 88.441 23. ,.. '-.. 110' to POB Elmer B Thomas 11.07W300'ofN'dof Bee 25-8S-22E Pt run S :'-f', :r ) "t'etl. ''V .J- c .
of RT I ParceT DeV T'1nv DB W 681' to on .. .. .' .
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Lawtey : t. .
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.. -- t <.' 38 33 Walter .Wit I.SO : R/W of St Rd 21 t 1 .
W 150 of WH of -- -. 88.443 ,I' / SEU Ex R/W 33 1 : 12 H L Hartley 18.9S Coat on S Bndry ;' . ,' ',' !' ;,-:. ''L '
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Blk 44 E of Ry in L Rowe 6.11 Lot S ofBlk1 la 800 for T "
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James Rd 4"1''t.
7 Williams SID Ruth Mae' Paaulall 6.61 Let 4 of Blk 5 inSouth of -'p." -
Nat '
Lawtey Gate F Donald >:Bennett 6.94 POB N 76 H deg .
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Lot 42 in town of Lot 10 of Elk 1 la E 563' to Water : J a 'i' ,"..
Com NW Cor of n.
SS.43 at
-r.- Nat Williams SD WiVie..Jr'lcb alongshore
of
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of IAwtey Edge .
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NEU of .
Ry ,Ex Lot in NW or.... Will Lee-$ Lot 11 of'Elk 1 isXat run E 840' NPR S %85' 'V of Lake f ., I .i' > ,,,""'" .
.. 8 W White $.11 V Geneva 300' Wly '
cor Williams SD .
to S Side of Canal i ; ir. )
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WIAotLot43in .. ...- ..,- N 34 of Lot 13 of BUt ''. for FOB Cont S \ :. Sill to HwY 21, '" .

Town 61 Lawtey 'I' Harry'Kittles 3.43 1 Nat Williams SiD .- William Aldrich 34.12 135 W 356 to NlH; Along POB HW1. It. =-,..r'... Zr .;; -L.n.. .?

E of RY Lot of Blk 2 of t Canal Ely Along 5W34 00tto< f r I

Lot 48 A Lot 46 ETX -.- -:-' Nat Williams S/D Irene Richardson 10.07 Canal 330 to POB 33 a 'f 23 Lott U UeQaMB' 1S.29. of 2A In SE '

3&EzS1.3 --- Lot 6 NW Cor of % ". cor of XWU of 12' 1 1Piltir'tfotfftstH1v.; L" ,
'. .. of Blk 2 Nat Com at > 2 s t ,.
In Town of Law- .. ...,.t ? J.W Robinson i.n WilliamsD John A Cummings 10.07 of SWU of NW ya. ..' "\1 ,_ XWUCom ". f", T",' tt to".1

tey E of Ry .:. Lot 15 of Elk 2 in run.8 60S' for N I at. NW Cor of .., ,:. ,, ;.
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1 Lot 100 ft N ft S .... Nat Williams SD .. V .Alfonso Jenkias, 1007 POB. S 358', '.E *. : SH of SWU of ..
ft E t W ." .. 519.6' to RR R/W XWU run E 20* .:w : f =v '1- .
by 400 Lot 21 of Blk 2 la 1' .
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In SE Cor of Lot "' Nat Williams,SID Horace Dean 33.21 N on W R/W 358, .' for POP. S 209'. E 'TI ,. ''' .i .

53 in Town of '" .'1 -::; JamwLewU Barber 6.37 Lot 26 of Blk 2 la i' .'. I W. 611' to POB 53 I 22 Eta Albert. Harriso 12.57 100'. N 209. .W .
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". Lawtey E of Ry ... .. Nat Williams SD J! ; '+ Levy tesiioa 11,": .1A 210' Ft' SQ ia 101' to POB &; Par -4' 1"' ;t .i ..- 1
8 ;
1-3 und'lvided Int. In 1 in NWU of' SE eo N+ef NEU Ex .. on W side of ... et a:, ,M-J. ., .
and to the S 205 '-:- SWU as Desc. la R/W 54 1 .23. 1 J C Bartoa 7.S9 264' of N 461' of (6. ,. .y'W'4 .

Lot' In w Deed- Bk ''70 f of .SWU; of .. '
of t. ;
Ft pg Com 399 Ft W of 't- ,
Otts S/D of Law ... .." .. ". iimuel James M Brown 7.!! 301 Ex R/W In _.;-....., .;.. \ j j.. ,. 1 NE Cor of NEUft SWU of NWU .; : J to,4I4*' .

tey { Nat Williams SDI 6 .23 Joh 4 Annie Williams 7.11. run S 1902 Ft ". I being EAW on N _.

Lot 1% In Otts S/D .... ....._- ;.-= -. .Llzxle McQulre Est 18-01 Beg at SW Core of .:j., ; s : ." W 399 Ft N 1902 .- S A End 103 E&Won -,,, r Herts*,fc.' ..BrW. ll.lt f,,.

'Lot of Lawtey as Desc In ..,.,- NWTI run E along of SWU U sec*: 4 '_ .. '. .->.
1 Deed BK 52 Page ... 'f'-r-: Vat 23.92 line 560 ft for : SrI :l.U Cypress. BeachSD A'l'1Mt..l it."

323 In Ott.D. : +- nj. Willie POP. N 200 ft, E tt,. "- ,,W, ,? :.. ,,:: ... Peg at NE Cor of V -r VV \ I
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of V .
1 Lot In NW Cor ... W .. L, ', Beach .
sec line along .
of ,. 'k run S 361.5' W :-- Cypress /'. ''' .
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of SWU 11 U.1t
SEU .
E 'V.: 1'W U line 50 ft to .: y riA' > *' ; 361.5 N 361.5. E .: SID : 4 .
NWU 200 ft It. 800 POB S3 ft,3., ':, Levy Lennon i.il 36L5' to POB 34 f L 22 21i. Jacqueliae A' Hooter 16.21 Beg '5' E of NW '. .
437 ft Nit' Carlton Jenkins ,
by 25 t t1.43 Beg at Int of.N line ,.. 0.2 '"-' .':tte.....}.,.-'.- .", ., Beg at Int of W Cor Cont E 100' f"t.: .t"t.tw I

S N ft S by .' of Lumpkln Land z i' ... .x.;. .r ',- .. R/W Hyw 100-A A '. ? S 200' to Lake' W. l... '.
Lot 100 qf'.r' N V \'
1 100
ft : Lake ,
: Ch GR in SWU N R/W of .RR, along "
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..' of SWU. run N < t- V.I .t< : : 200 to B.ejr
W 189.02 NIt x.a.ti lut
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of WH of NE Ml ; .& Goff
Cor Padgett :) 1
L J to CH OB E'llne r .
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NWU U' 208.71', E 22.3r ; ,' .-f", ': .;. .
U of of CHH GR E a'o off r... .. i of : :" r .
V. u ( to W R/W '" ; : Be E NW' ; { !
SW4 of' SWU of 25 | 52 10 Claude Meyers 1452 To Rawis Land. Son '.'.f i'n':: ';''':' h'-' ; .....!II Hwy S on W ., ... ... V Vi .. : > Cor of See. 8 190 'i .. : ., .. !

NW!< Ex R/W Rawis W line "1, R/W 21139 to Beg IS. 23 1. Paolias.,ETSJU 1034 tolAke.E3U.b.1.$' .... ,, j.4 iti k ,ie 'wl ..
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In NE Cor of to Ext. of Lump- ,'. ? t. f DC ,t .".' '4
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kin N W v. ;
NBU of NWU ofSWU line. oa ". .1. V Lot 3 of an nnrec. '.' :: '- ,
210' Corp 8.61 line of Lumpkia NE% of NEU run V .'u' : 86- l
Investment ena DB '
,Being U 1 Mid-State for POB. *. : .. If."
2N1YLAf S' 5 land to Ch Gr .s Wi11Wa. Earrimgtos J- .W' PG41D3 '0 33 ta.; ....
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Sq. '. + Et Al lU'l 1 W 136' to B line 1 '. :, :-:, '. .
SEU" of' 7 -e of Co Gr Rd. N on -:" '}" Com at NE cor of . .., .? 1
a : i
SWU & NWU of I 33 20-. Richard Smith .1S.S2 Com at NW Cor of .. -. -..!' : .Rd, 100 B 136*_ S ; ''V ....V'i NWUrurf W 1227',' .; 1" v: ;;t U'.J "'-..h'i-l\ ..... 11 j
sw' 25 of SWU .. ,. W 110",
SWU of SW)4 : ei Par R I 100 to : "' ., S 24 deg 'J "';

W 2A of N% of SE 2 Lee Calvin Ress U'f run S 210 ft. E ,. :{ it*' to POP 4 'I 33S3 < E. .CTa11or., 3.61 8 70 deg 85 Min Wto it : .,.: __
23 1"! .
U' 100 Ft for aPOB. ,' E 200 8 24 deg
U *f NEU '. ..... N of NBU Ex 4 -1 : .. it v hi .
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Run S 100 ft. E .. f'. ? i Lake Sely oa ; _
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of WAEofDtrtRi i .j.
of SH 1.17 V'E *" $
W ISA !S 15 Frank Bell 259 ft. N 100 ft. Lake 5N 24 deff .'
of NEUE 26 ,S Et Al 17.01 & W of Hd Rd 4 T 71 Mrs A 'A'Wl111UIlOa 14.03 .i
SWU 4 W. 259 It to POB tt. 6 23 LUale Tysoa. .. to SR/W Rd.Nwly .
of -. '. .' NV Oor of : IS' 1 21 Z 't&' I.1t
1 A of WH t t Com at NW COr of Com at to POB \ .. '

NEU "Of SWH fNEU ;$ I 23 1 Robert White ; '.11 SWU of SW y* t .. '. '.f'', to H-: r .EW of SW% 460 otNEU Lot 47 la Indian V"f. it w1h_:. .'. .
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run "
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Beach .' .
B 160 ft. S .
run ,." 'G... .'." : Ft S all Ft W 431 .t :. "
All SBU of SEt of 2i 5 J3 3 Ethel Tucker 3.37 110 tt for POB. '..-. ,<"'. ''''',,.'. .& "-',,", o ,' j' PIN 235 'ft 'to ,: r s';' ; .AssisiMatet' ; 234.30: : J. !t. Kelly-. ,"' .' ; ,
NWU E of Ry run W SO Ft S _' .<..J 1' ...V : : "' ./Ii' 1. IT.,. 3 .. i '. f: Tax CoHecter; ;' .
-c tif; 1.t: .,.. ,' POB : " NEU of NE 101 ft, E 50 ft, N !< :"" Clark. 2749 ; '
'NH of l-1.11 4Albe Efiiferi Ceultlr .
26 6 28 5 Lillie Mae'Lee 8.37S 10 ft to pOD St .* .t ; t3 ,,, 'B. < .I..... ';SW. el.KW4 "t_; '::7"'U' :," . .. .
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